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a 7 . CLSxS Cj2o, o 3 BN T E L - B U C H 19 3 1 Copyright 1931 Donald J. Shank Paul W. Strickler THE SUPERIOR PRINTING LITHO CO. AKRON. OHIO 1931 TEL-BUCH » « PUBLISHED BY THE MUNICIPAL UNIVERSITY OF AKRON » « AKRON, OHIO F O R E W O R D »« The Editor of any Tel-Buch, at the time of his appointment, has roseate dreams of the splendid book which he will produce. How¬ ever, he soons discovers that every annual is more or less the prototype of those which have preceded. With this thought in mind, the Editor and the staff present this book to you, not as something startling and different, but merely as an incomplete record of the year 1930-1931. Page 6 CONTENTS »« University . Administration Organization . 35 Classes. 35 Fraternities . 94 Honoraries . 139 Clubs . 156 Features . 129 Calendar. 196 Theatre . 208 Publications. 225 R. O. T. C. 213 Athletics . 233 Advertising . 263 Page 7 TRIBUTES Dr. 0. E. Olin leaves the University this June, after more than fifty years of as¬ sociation with scholastic life. During the long period of his teaching. Dr. Olin has endeared himself to thousands of students and instructors. His fatherly in¬ terest, his scholarly devotion, his person¬ ality and patience have carved him a place among the pleasant memories of Old Buchtel. We cannot feel that “Daddy” Olin is departing. We believe that he leaves behind him an influence which will grow ever stronger through the passing years. The passing of Mrs. Elizabeth Thomp¬ son, Dean of Women and head of the History Department, is a great loss not only to the University, but also to the city, for her life was closely interwoven wit h the activities of both. Mrs. Thompson gave most freely of her mind and time toward the promotion of educational and civic enterprises, and through this, had endeared herself to in¬ numerable people. Her keen interest in people was one of her remarkable traits— one which made her a beloved confidant and advisor. The whole of Dean Thomp¬ son’s life and her passing can be expressed in these simple lines: “I have fought a good fight; I have finished the course; I have kept the faith.” Without a competent business man to manage its activities, any institution is in a sorry plight. At Akron University the responsibility for such matters falls upon Mr. C. R. Olin. For forty-three years Mr. Olin has been connected with the college—first as a student, then as a teacher and finally as Secretary. During these forty-three years Mr. Olin has earned the respect of the students and the very sincere regards of the faculty. The Tel-Buch takes this opportunity of expressing its admiration for his abil¬ ity, and the thanks of the student body for his administration. Page 9 MISS MABEL JANE ROGERS Upon returning to school last fall, the students of the University of Akron missed the familiar presence of Miss Mabel Jane Rogers, who died at Portland, Oregon, on July 5, 1930. Her ability as teacher, her interest in University affairs, and her strength and beauty of character had won her the respect and friendship of both students and faculty. While at the University, she served as faculty advisor for the Women’s League and as president of the Spanish Club. She was, in addition to her college work, at the time of her death, serving as president of the American Association of University Women and the local chapter of the Alumnae of the College for Women of Western Reserve University. Although Miss Rogers’ work here is done, in the hearts of all there is a reverent feeling of her continued presence. With her passing not only the University lost one of its most loyal supporters and enthusiastic teachers, but the city as a whole was deprived of a trusted teacher, councilor, and friend. IN MEMORIAM ELLEN BRIDGEWATER The student body felt deeply the loss of Mary Ellen Bridgewater who died early in the school year. She had spent one year at the University with the class of 1933. We extend our sympathy to her family, her friends and her sisters in Alpha Gamma Delta. HAROLD KINDIG The sudden death of Harold Kindig was a shock to the entire student body. He had made many friends during the short period of his attendance. We feel that the class of 1934 has lost one of its most promising members. Through the medium of the Tel-Buch we extend our sympathy to his family and his brothers in Lone Star fraternity. Page 11 . . •r - : — lip wMm jjlpp raM|: University WMwmi mmmm i ■ - ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE 0 0 0 It is stimulating and inspiring to watch the expansion and development of the University. It is even more gratifying that steady progress has been made in the development of University standards and ideals. That we have been able to do this in a year which has been unsatisfactory in so many other respects is a tribute of faith in the University by students, faculty and citizens. The increased enrollment of regular students bears witness to our constant advance. We must keep our goal ever before us, and work steadily and surely toward the realization of a common hope—a Uni¬ versity worthy of Akron. GEORGE F. ZOOK, President. DEAN ELIZABETH THOMPSON Dean of Women DEAN WALTER BANKES Dean of Teacher’s College DEAN DONFRED GARDNER Dean of Men DEAN FRED AYERS Dean of College of Engineering and Commerce DEAN ALBERT I. SPANTON Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts Page 26 MR. C. R. OLIN Secretary of University MISS JOSEPHINE CUSHMAN Librarian PROF. L. L. HOLMES Director of Evening Session MISS GLADYS WEEKS Registrar of University PROF. O. E. OLIN Vice-President of Faculty BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. GRANT HYDE. .Term expi res 1932 B. A. POLSKY. .Term expi res 1932 JOHN W. THOMAS. expi res 1932 P. W. LITCHFIELD . .Term expi res 1934 GEORGE T. RANKIN . .Term expi res 1934 CLETUS G. ROETZEL . .Term expi res 1934 L. E. JUDD . expi res 1936 MRS. T. A. CHITTENDEN. .Term expi res 1936 JAMES W. SCHADE. .Term expi res 1936 Page 28 GENERAL FACULTY AND OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 1930-1931 GEORGE FREDERICK ZOOK, President of the University. A. B., A. M., University of Kansas; Ph. D., Cornell University, 1914. 265 Merriman Road PROFESSORS JOHN ADENDORFF, Professor of Industrial Engineering. M. E., Cornell University, 1907. 346 Union Place FRED E. AYER, Dean of the College of Engineering and Commerce. C. E., Lafayette Col¬ lege, 1900. Tallmadge, Ohio WALTER J. BANKES, Dean of The Teachers College. A. M., Clark University. Portage Point Drive, R. D., Barberton, Ohio CHARLES BULGER, Hilton Professor of Modern Languages. Ph. B., Buchtel College; A. M., University of Wisconsin; and Ph. D., 1925. 74 Mayfield’Avenue ORAL EUGENE CLARK, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Graduate, Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 1923; The Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., 1929. Major, Infantry, U. S. A., (D. O. L.) 411 Hillwood Drive EARL WILLIS CRECRAFT, Professor of Political Science. Ph. B., Franklin College; A. M., Columbia University, Ph. D., 1915. 688 East Buchtel Avenue WILLIAM LLOYD DAVIS, Professor of Economics and Sociology. Ph. B., University of Wis¬ consin, Ph. D., 1922. 391 Mell Avenue FRANCESCO B. DeLEONE, Director of Music. M. Mus., Royal Conservatory of Naples; Hon¬ orary degree, Dana’s College of Music, Warren, Ohio. 585 Delaware Avenue ROSS C. DURST, Professor of Civil Engineering. B. S., in C. E., Ohio Northern University, 1915, C. E., 1922 1995 Germaine Avenue, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio WALTER A. CILMOUR, Professor of Co-ordination. B. S. in C. E., Norwich University, 1914. 861 Aberdeen Street FRED S. GRIFFIN, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. M. E., Ohio State University, 1911. 157 Marvin Avenue GEORGE L. HAYES, Professor of Psychology. M. Ed., Edinboro State Normal College; Ph. B., Ohio University; LL. B., Ohio Northern University; A. M., University of Pittsburgh, Ph. D., 1921. 348 North Firestone Blvd. DONALD HAYWORTH, Professor of Speech. A. B., Crinnell College; A. M., University of Chicago, 1921 ; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1929. 283 East Buchtel Avenue FRED F. HOUSEHOLDER, Professor of Physics. B. A., University of Wisconsin, M. A., 1916. 1209 Berwyn Street JOHN L. JONES, Ainsworth Professor of Mathematics. Ph. B., Lafayette College; M. A., Yale University, Ph. D., 1911. 2318 16th Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio CHARLES M. KNIGHT, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry. A. M., Tufts College; Sc. D., Buchtel College, 1897. 583 Weber Avenue EMERY L. KUHNES, Professor of Education. B. S., Upper Iowa University; Pd. M., New York University; Ph. D., 1915. 751 Mercer Avenue WARREN W. LEIGH, Professor of Commerce and Business Administration. B. A., University of Utah; M. B. A., Northwestern University, 1924. 84 Casterton Avenue ELSIE MAY MAXWELL, Professor of Home Economics. B. S., Teachers College, Columbia University; M. A., University of Chicago, 1928. 784 North Wall Street CHARLES R. OLIN, Secretary of the University. B. S., Buchtel College, M. S., 1909. 51 Melbourne Avenue OSCAR E. OLIN, Messenger Professor of Philosophy, and Vice President of the Faculty. A. M., Kansas State Agricultural College; LL. D., The University of Akron, 1920. 396 East Market Street RAYMOND B. PEASE, Professor of English. B. A., University of Wisconsin; A. M., Harvard University; Ph. D., Wisconsin, 1921. 840 Chalker Street AMON B. PLOWMAN, Professor of Biology. B. S., Ohio Wesleyan University; A. M., Harvard University, Ph. D., 1905. 596 Greenwood Avenue FREDERICK S. SEFTON, Professor of Physical Education. B. S., Colgate University; M. Ed., Harvard University, 1925. 589 Sunset View Drive HEZZLETON E. SIMMONS, Buchtel Professor of Chemistry. B. S., Buchtel College; M. S., University of Pennsylvania, 1912. 331 Beechwood Drive ALBERT I. SPANTON, Pierce Professor of English and Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts. A. B., Buchtel College; A. M., Harvard University, 1905. 625 Weber Avenue Page 29 :;: ELIZABETH A. THOMPSON, Professor of History, and Dean of Women. A. M., The Uni¬ versity of Akron, 1911. 283 East Buchtel Avenue JOHN T. WALTHER, Professor of Electrical Engineering. B. S. in E. E., University of Michi¬ gan, 1909. 384 Reed Avenue ARTHUR M. YOUNG, Professor of Latin and Greek. A. B., A. M., Harvard University, Ph. D., 1930. 903 Baughman Street ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS CARY C. WOOD, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology. B. S., Ohio University; A. M., Columbia University, Ph. D., University of Cincinn ati, 1928. 372 Madison Avenue ASSISTANT PROFESSORS DONALD E. ANTHONY, Assistant Professor of Economics. B. A., Stanford University; M. A., Cornell University; Ph. D., Stanford, 1928. 37 Aqueduct Street MRS. JANE S. BARNHARDT, Assistant Professor of Art. B. E., The University of Akron, 1928; M. Ed., 1930. 283 East Buchtel Avenue HARRY A. BENDER, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. A. B., Ohio University; A. M., University of Illinois, Ph. D., 1923. 931 Stadelman Avenue HOWARD H. BLAIR, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. B. S., Ohio State University, 1923; A. M., Columbia University, 1927. 1416 Delia Avenue JOHN W. BULGER, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. B. C. E., Ohio State University, 1918. 368 Sherman Street WALTER A. COOK, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. B. A., University of Cincinnati, M. A., 1922, Ph. D., 1924. 382 East York Street HARMON O. DeCRAFF, Assistant Professor of Sociology. B. A., M. A., University of Iowa; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1926. 429 East Buchtel Avenue ELMER F. ENDE, Assistant Professor of Music. B. Mus., American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, 1915; M. A., Ohio State University, 1930. 724 Crosby Street HOWARD R. EVANS, Assistant Professor of Education. A. B., State Teachers College; M. A., Teachers College, Columbia University; Ph. D., Northwestern University, 1930. 283 East Buchtel Avenue ROLLAND D. FOX, Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. B. S., The University of Akron, M. S., 1923; Director of the Division of Laboratories, Akron Health Department. 499 Malvern Road DONFRED H. GARDNER, Assistant Professor of History, and Dean of Men. A. B., Princeton University, 1922, A. M., 1923. 841 Merriman Road RUSSELL J. GREENLY, Assistant Professor of Industrial Teacher Training. Williamson Trade School. 455 Letchworth Drive LOWELL L. HOLMES, Assistant Professor of Commerce and Business Administration, and di¬ rector of the Evening Session. S. B. in Engineering Administration, Massachusetts Insti¬ tute of Technology; M. A., in Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 1930. 453 Malvern Road FLORA J. HOOVER, Assistant Professor of Education. B. A., Michigan State Normal College, 1920. Taylor Hotel WALTER C. KRAATZ, Assistant Professor of Zoology. B. A., University of Wisconsin; M. A., Ohio State University, Ph. D., 1923. 957 Mercer Avenue HAROLD T. McKEE, Assistant Professor of Business Administration. B. S., University of Pittsburgh, M. A., 1929. 525 Roslyn Avenue LeROY C. McNABB, Assistant Professor of Speech, and Director of Dramatics. B. S., Lebanon University; B. A., Ohio Wesleyan; M. A., 1925. 283 East Buchtel Avenue MARJORIE MITCHELL, Assistant Professor of English, and Personal Adviser for Women. A. B., Western Reserve University; A. M., Radcliffe College, 1923. 157 Casterton Avenue LEWIS S. NORMAN, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. LL. B., Chattanooga College of Law, 1917. Captain, Infantry, U. S. A. (D. O. L.) 466 Hillwood Drive RUSSELL L. PACKARD, Assistant Professor of Geography. B. S., B. A., Kent State College; M. A., The University of Akron, 1927; Ph. D., University of Cincinnati, 1930. 1932 South Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio KATHARINE M. REED, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. B. A., Newcomb College; M. A., Tuland University; six weeks Columbia University; three months at the Sor- bonne, Paris, 1925-26. 900 Elmore Avenue AIMAR H. ROLLEFSON, Assistant Professor of Physics. B. A., M. A., University of Wiscon¬ sin, Ph. D., 1928; Symposium on Theoretical Physics (eight weeks), University of Michi¬ gan, 1929. The University Club ERNEST F. SCHAEFER, Director of Testing Laboratory, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry. B. E. M., Ohio State University. 590 Vinita Avenue Deceased. Page 30 RICHARD H. SCHMIDT, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, and University Examiner. A. B., Wesleyan University; M. A., Columbia University, 1915. Liberty Road, Stow, Ohio—P. 0., R. D. 3, Kent, Ohio SAMUEL SELBY, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. A. B., University of Manitoba, A. M., 1926; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1929. 214 North Portage Path ROY V. SHERMAN, Assistant Professor of Political Science. A. B., State University of Iowa A. M., 1926, Ph. D., 1927. 77 8 Chalker Street RODNEY A. SLACC, Assistant Professor of Botany. B. A., University of Wisconsin, M. S., 1924, Ph. D., 1930. 404 Mell Avenue HARRY A. SMITH, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. B. E., The University of Akron, 1928, M. Ed., 1929. 808 Peckham Street ROBERT E. SWAB, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Graduate of Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga. 567 Aqueduct Street CLARENCE R. UPP, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. M. E., Ohio State Uni¬ versity, 1910. 888 Oakland Avenue INSTRUCTORS DAVID E. ANDERSON, Instructor in Chemistry. A. B., Augustana College; M. S., University of Chicago, 1923. 900 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio RENA NANCY CABLE, Instructor in Art. B. E., The University of Akron, 1928. 473 East Buchtel Avenue J. GARFIELD CHAPMAN, Part-time Instructor in Violin. Director of the Violin Department, The Cleveland School of Music since 1900. 3101 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio SAMUEL GRANT CONNER, District Apprentice Co-ordinator in Industrial Teacher Training. B. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1929. 425 Letchworth Drive BEATRICE S. COUNTS, Instructor in Home Economics. A. B., Ohio Wesleyan; B. S., Sim¬ mons College; M. S., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1926. 607 East Buchtel Avenue HOWARD M. DOUTT, Part-time Instructor and head of the Department of Secretarial Science. A. B., The University of Akron, 1930. 1921 Goodyear Blvd. SARAH E. DUNCKLEY, Director of Physical Education for Women. Graduate, Arnold College of Physical Education and Hygiene, 1915. B. S., The University of Akron, 1923. 390 Berry Avenue MAXINE M. DYE, Instructor in Speech. A. B., Penn College, 1927; M. A., University of Wisconsin, 1930. 26 South Union Street MARGARET FLORENCE FANNING, Instructor in Mo ' dern Languages. A. B., The University of Akron; A. M., Radcliffe College, 1926; University of Toulouse, France, 1926-1927. 1241 Delia Avenue ELDORA FLINT, Instructor in Secretarial Science. B. E., The University of Akron, 1930. 1130 Avon Street OMER R. FOUTS, Instructor in Physics. A. B., Wittenberg College; A. M., Ohio State Uni¬ versity, 1925. 741 Noble Avenue ROSE E. GOODMAN, Instructor in Mathematics. A. B., Otterbein College; A. M., Ohio State University, 1927. 1154 Johnston Street EUGENE GEORGE HAAS, Instructor in Chemistry. B. S., The University of Akron, 1920; M. S., The University of Toronto, 1922. 25 Franklin Street MERLIN L. HAYES, Assistant in Biology. B. E., The University of Akron, 1929; A. B., 1930. 348 North Firestone Blvd. MRS. ROSALIND FREEDLANDER IRISH, Instructor in English. B. S., in Home Economics and B. A., The University of Akron; A. M., Columbia University, 1924. 46 Fifth Avenue, Barberton, Ohio JOHN A. KELLEY, Instructor in Modern Languages. B. A., Lawrence College, 1926; M. A., University of Wisconsin, 1927. 275 South Main Street CLARA M. KEMLER, Director of Kindergarten-Primary Training. A. M., Wittenberg Col¬ lege Taylor Hotel DAVID KING, Instructor in Political Science. A. B., Maryville College; A. M., University of Chicago, 1925. 343 Carroll Street STEVE KISH, Instructor in Military Science and Tactics. Sergeant, U. S. A. (D. E. M. L.) 1173 East 87th Street, Cleveland, Ohio ELIZABETH A. LATHROP, Instructor in Home Economics. B. S., Columbia University, 1926; A. M., 1927. 186 South Union Street MRS. JULIA REGER LEIGH, Instructor in Mathematics. B. A., University of Iowa, M. S., 1926. 84 Casterton Avenue WALTER CONRAD LIPPS, Instructor in Physical Education. B. E., The University of Akron, 1928. 528 Brown Street Page 31 MISS WILL H. LIPSCOMBE, Instructor in Mathematics. B. S., Florida State College; M. S., Ohio State University, 1926. 996 Dayton Street CARITA McEBRICHT, Instructor in Speech. A. B., Cornell University, 1887; Emerson College of Oratory, 1895; American Academy of Dramatic Art, New York, 1924; Columbia Col¬ lege of Oratory, Shakespeare with Robert Mantell, 1925 and 1926. 396 East Market Street FRANK ). S. MATURO, Instructor in Spanish. A. B., Mount Union; M. A., Columbia Uni¬ versity, 1923. 355 Firestone Blvd. HENRY METZGER, Instructor in Military Science and Tactics. Master Sergeant, U. S. A., Retired. 307 Grace Avenue LUTHER A. PARK, Part-time Instructor in Commerce and Business Administration. A. B., Roanoke College; A. M., University of Pennsylvania, 1915. 889 Fried Street THEODORE HANFORD POND, Instructor in Art. Pratt Institute. Route 8, Akron, Ohio RUTH MARGUERITE RAW, Instructor in English. A. B., A. M., Hiram College; A. M., Columbia University, 1924. 317 Rhodes Avenue GENEVIEVE RIDER, Instructor in Public School Music. B. M. Ed., Northwestern University, 1925. 135 South Union Street EDGAR C. ROBERTS, Instructor in English. B. S. in Educ., Ohio State University, M. A., 1924. 187 Elwood Avenue FRANCIS J. SADLIER, Director of Glee Clubs, Part-time Instructor. Metropolitan School of Opera, New York; Royal High School of Music, Berlin, Germany. 1523 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio MRS. RUTH McNEIL SLOAN, Part-time Instructor in History and Secretarial Science. A. B., The University of Akron, 1930. 62 Metlin Avenue PAUL C. SMITH, Instructor in Electrical Engineering. B. S. in E. E., Purdue University, 1917. 179 Ido Avenue NELSON S. SNYDER, Instructor in Education. A. B., Mount Union College; A. M., The Uni¬ versity of Akron, 1927. 1214 - 16th Street, N. W., Canton, Ohio ELIZABETH D. STEVENSON, Instructor in English. B. A., University of Pittsburgh; M. A., Columbia University, 1929. 105 South Balch Street CLIFFORD STICKNEY, Instructor in English. B. A., University of Illinois, 1923, M. A., 1928. Route 4, Akron, Ohio WILLIAM E. STRASSNER, Part-time Instructor in Band and Voice. Round Lake Summer Sessions; Chicago Musical College; Skidmore School of Arts; SeReszki-Seagle School; Di¬ rector of Thayer Military Band since 1923. 703 4th Street, N. W., Canton, Ohio AUDRA TENNEY, Part-time Instructor in Secretarial Science, and Secretary to the University Examiner. A. B., The University of Akron, 1926. 754 Glendora Avenue WARD L. TINKLEPAUGH, Instructor in Commerce and Business Administration. B. S. in Bus. Adm., Syracuse University, 1926. 275 South Main Street ULYSSES S. VANCE, Instructor in Journalism, and University Editor. A. B., State University of Iowa, 1923. 232 Oakdale Avenue RALPH M. VAN METRE, Instructor in Business Administration. B. S. in Bus. Adm., Ohio State University, 1929. 115 Hamilton Avenue EARL R. WILSON, Instructor in Engineering Drawing. B. M. E., Ohio State University, 1916. 1026 Marion Place LIBRARY STAFF JOSEPHINE A. CUSHMAN, Librarian. Ph. B., The University of Akron; B. L. S., University of Illinois. 517 Crosby Street ETHEL S. KLAHRE, Assistant Librarian. A. B., The University of Akron, 1927; B. S. in L. S., Western Reserve University, 1928. 881 Berwyn Street MATILDE LOWERY, Assistant Librarian. B. L. S., Carnegie Library School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1930. 506 Crosby Street VIVIEN McCARTHY SUTTON, Assistant Librarian. Tuscarawas County Normal School, 1923; Chautauqua School for Librarians, 1927. 180 North Portage Path NORMA RUTH OLIN, Assistant Librarian. A. B., The University of Akron; B. S. in L. S., Western Reserve University, 1929. 662 Weber Avenue FRANCES CLARK, Assistant in the Library. Two and one-half years at the University of Akron. 1651 Battery B REGISTRAR’S STAFF GLADYS P. WEEKS, Registrar. Two years at the University of Akron. 565 East Buchtel Avenue Page 32 EBBA LARSON, Assistant Registrar. 655 East Buchtel Avenue JEANNE COHEN, Assistant, and Secretary to the Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts. 45 Borton Avenue FELLOWS IN CHEMISTRY ARTHUR W. DOBBERSTEIN, B. S., South Dakota State College. The B. F. Goodrich Company ROBERT S. McFADDEN, A. B., University of Denver. The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company HAROLD B. MORRIS, B. S., Cettsburg College. The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company ASSISTANTS FRANCIS HOLMES, Assistant in the Department of Physical Education. 1222 Florida Avenue, Kenmore Station CHARLES LEWIN, Assistant in Testing Laboratory. 2171 10th Street, S. W., Kenmore Station FRANK H. NEWTON, Student Assistant in the Testing Laboratory, Summer of 1930. 367 Carroll Street SAM OSTROFF, Part-time Instructor in Statistics. THOMAS E. VAN SICKLE, Student Assistant in Biology. BETTY WASHBURN, Assistant in Physical Education. 212 East Crosier Street 455 Hickory Street 329 East Buchtel Avenue Page 33 PS mww : i|P $ii EsSES Kh; 8jgS| g nn MH If Li ■••••■ ■• ;-. s$k«£SM SENIORS OFFICERS Class of 1931 Gerald Waller. Delbert Auten. Elizabeth Elliot . . . . Allan Blackman . . . Alice Cooper. Beatrice Currie . . . . Rufus Meadows . . . Kathryn Wharton j Richard Booth .President .... Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer Assistant Treasurer . .Woman’s League .Dance Committee . . . Student Council Page 39 JAMES F. ADAMS Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Varsity “A”, 2, 3,; Regi¬ mental Adjutant of R. O. T. C.; Vice-president Sophomore Class. MILDRED ELSIA ARMACOST Candidate for B. E. in Primary Grades; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Y. W. C. A.; Intra-Mural and Inter-Class sports; Sigma Pi Epsilon. CATHERINE JANE ARMSTRONG Candidate for B. S. in Secretarial Science; Phi Mu; Commerce Club; Buchtelite Staff. DELBERT EMERY AUTEN Candidate for M. E.; Lone Star; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Tau; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Upsilon; A. S. M. E.; “A” Key; Engi¬ neering Bd. of Control; Student Council; Football and Track, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA AVERELL Candidate for A. B. in History; Phi Kappa Delta; Phi Sigma Alpha; Honors Course in History. COLDIE AXEL Candidate for B. E. in History; Home Economics Club; French Club. Page 40 MARY NININGER BAILEY Candidate for A. B. in English; Chi Omega; William and Mary Col¬ lege ’26-’29; U. of Florida, ’29; Chi Delta Phi; Alpha Phi Gamma; Mortarboard; Buchtelite staff. HELEN ELIZABETH BEESE Candidate for B. E. in Kindergarten; Alpha Gamma Delta; French Club; Spanish Club; Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Rifle team. VLASTA MARIE BELOHLAVEK Candidate for A. B. and B. E. in Biology; Biology Club. MYRTELLE BENDURE Candidate for A. B. in English; Sigma Delta Theta; Pierian; Chi Delta Phi; Alpha Phi Gamma; Pi Kappa Delta; “A” Key; Babcox Scholarship; Buchtelite staff 2, 3; “A” Book editor, 2; Tel-Buch staff, 4. WALTER D. BITNER Candidate for B. S. in Chemistry; Delta Epsilon Chi; Chemistry Club, pres. 4; Glee Club. ROBERT ELMER BLACK Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Alpha Phi Alpha; Ohio State University; Commerce Club. Page 41 ALLAN CARPENTER BLACKMAN Candidate for A. B. in History; Alpha Sigma Omicron and Phi Kappa Tau (Mount Union) ; Buchtelite staff columnist, 4; Sigma Upsilon, sec ' y-treas. 4; Assistant Cheerleader; Y. M. C. A. Board of Control, 4; Senior class treasurer; Library student Assistant. RAYMOND BLISS Candidate for A. B. in Sociology and Political Science; Sigma Beta Nu; Laughing Masque; “A” Key; University Theatre; Varsity Cross Coun¬ try “A”; Track Team; Student Directory; Class vice-pres. 3; Buch¬ telite Editorial Staff. RICHARD E. BOOTH, Jr. Candidate for B. S. in Commerce; Alpha Phi Camma; Commerce Club; Senior representative to Board of Control; Buchtelite Business Mana¬ ger, 4; Tel-Buch staff, 4; Student Council, 5. ANNA BRAUNSTEIN Candidate for B. E. in Primary Education; Story League. LOUIS JOSEPH BRENNON Candidate for E. E. Commons Club; Commissioned 2d Lieut, of R. O. T. C.; A. I. E. E. HARRIET ELISABETH BROOKER Candidate for A. B. in Philosophy and B. E. in Primary Education; Phi Kappa Delta; French Club; Sociology Club. i MM Page 42 JOHN HARRISON BUCKLEY Candidate for M. E.; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Scabbard and Blade; Glee Club; A. S. M. E., vice-pres. 5; Engineering Board of Control, pres. 5. GERALD EDWARD BUFFINGTON Candidate for E. E.; Commons Club; A. I. E. E. FLORA MARGARET BUMP Candidate for A. B. in Spanish; Spanish Club; French Club; Y. W. C. A. WAVA A. BUNTZ Candidate for B. E. in History; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Treas. of Women’s League; Rifle team; Biology Club. ALICE BEATRICE CAREY Candidate for B. E. in Kdgn.; Primary Story Telling League ’29. ELIAS CONSTANTINE CHRISTOFF Candidate for degree in Electrical Engineering; Glee Club; A. I. E. E. Page 43 ELIZABETH MARGARET CLARK Candidate for A. B. in Speech; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pi Kappa Delta, Women’s Debate 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 4; Spanish Club 3. MARY COATES Candidate for A. B. in Speech; Delta Gamma; University Theatre; Senior Class Play, Buchtelite Staff. KENNETH COCHRANE Candidate for B. E. in Physical Ed.; Lambda Chi Alpha; O. D. K.; Scabbard and Blade, Phi Epsilon Kappa; “A” key; football 2, 3, 4; basketball 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Colonel R. O. T. C. iHll B. FRANKLIN CONNELLY Candidate for A. B. in Economics; “A” Key; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Uni¬ versity Theatre 3, 4; Buchtelite Business Staff 2; Tel-Buch 3; Gen¬ eral Chairman, Tree Day Com. 4; Track Manager 4; The Union, Pres. 3, 4; Democratic Club 1, 2, 3. RUTH CREIGHTON Candidate for A. B. and B. E. in Math.; Math. Club 2, 3, 4; Vice- Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Rifle Team 3; Biology Club 2; Student Assistant in Math. 3, 4. BEATRICE ELIZABETH CURRIE Candidate Sigma Pi cil 3, 4; Page 44 for B. E. in Math.; Phi Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Epsilon; Sr. Rep. to Women’s League 4; Panhellenic Coun- Math. Club 3, 4; Biology Club 3. HBH ROBERT M. DAILY Candidate for A. B. in Economics; Phi Delta Theta; Laughing Masque; Football ' 21. ANNE DASCH Candidate for B. E. in History; French Club 1, 2; Sociology Club, Treas. 3; Quill Club 4; May Queen Attendant 1, 2, 4. WINIFRED DAVENPORT Candidate for B. E. Degree in Music; Delta Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi; Mu Phi Omega; Glee Club 3; Tree Day Committee. FRANCES MARGARET DECK Candidate for B. E.; Spanish Club 2; Biology Club 2; Story Telling League 3. NEIL DICKENSON Candidate for E. E. Degree; Commons Club; A. I. E. E. VIVIAN DICKENSON Candidate for B. E. Degree; Art Club; University Theatre. Page 45 PHILLIP DIENOFF Candidate for B. E. in Phys. Ed.; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Omicron Alpha Tau; Syracuse University; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARD DOERLER Candidate for A. B. in Biology; Sigma Beta Nu; Photo Ed. Tel-Buch 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Republican Club; Biology Club; Sociology Club. D. STANLEY DUNWIDDIE Candidate for A. B. in Economics; Sigma Beta Nu; Assistant Busi¬ ness Manager Tel-Buch, ’29-’30; Democratic Club, Y. M. C. A. ARTHUR H. DURANT Candidate for M. E. in Engineering; A. S. M. E. ELIZABETH ELLIOT Candidate for B. E. Degree; Alpha Gamma Delta. VIRGINIA EMMONS Candidate for B. E. Degree. Page 46 HADLEY N. ENSIGN Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Lone Star; Alpha Phi Cam™; O. D. K.; Football 2, 3, 4; Ass’t Track Mgr. 3; Track Mana¬ ger 4; Buchtelite Staff 3, 4; Feature Editor Buchtelite 3, 4. ALBERTA C. FISCHER Candidate for A. B. in English; Alpha Gamma Delta; French Club 1, 2, 4; Rifle Team 2. CLETUS JAMES FITZHARRIS Candidate for A. B. in Philosophy; Lone Star; O. D. K.; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Laughing Masque 1, 2, 3. ELEANOR KATHRYN FLICKINGER Candidate for A. B. Degree in History; Theta Phi Alpha; Pierian; Honors Course Student; Student Ass’t History and Library; Smith College Fellowship; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Glee Club 3. HELEN LOUISE FLICKINGER Candidate for B. A. in English; Honors’ Course; Biology Club; Y. W. C. A. LOIS FREDERICK Candidate for B. S. in Home Economics; Phi Kappa Delta; Home Eco¬ nomics Club. I Page 47 HAROLD EUGENE FRYE Candidate for B. E. in Physical Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; O. D. K.; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Class Treas. 2; “A” Key. ROBERT C. FULTON Candidate for A. B. in Biology; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Sigma Upsilon; Sec-Treas. 3; V-pres. 4; Phi Sigma; Biology Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Sophomore Ashton Prize Contest. PAUL GERMANN Candidate for B. A. in Economics; Lone Star; Scabbard and Blade; Buchtelite Staff ’28-’29; Tree Day Committee ’29-’30; Football Squad, ’28 and ’29. PATRICIA GETTINS Candidate for B. A. Degree; Delta Camma; French Club. ALICE HELEN GRIFFIN Candidate for B. E. in Teaching; University Story League. JOHN C. GRIFFITH, Jr. Candidate for B. E. in Mathematics; Lone Star; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Pi Epsilon; Varsity Basketball; Orchestra; Band; Intra-Mural Sports; Math. Club. Page 48 LILY CRIMSHAW Candidate for B. E. Degree; Intra-mural athletics. RUTH ELIZABETH HAINES Candidate for B. E. in Teaching; Phi Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Sigma. NEWTON HALL Candidate for B. A. in Economics; Lone Star; O. D. K.; Scabbard and Blade; Laughing Masque; Basketball 2, 3. 4; Track 2. 3, 4; President Student Body 4; Tel-Buch Business Staff 3. WAYNE CELIAN HAMMOND Candidate for B. E. in Physical Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2. ELMER HANNA Candidate for E. E. Degree. RALPH WILLIAM HARTZ Candidate for B. A. in Biology; Sigma Beta Nu; Phi Sigma, Pres. 4; Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Dem. Club 2, 3; Sociology Club 2; Baseball squad 2; Mgr. 4. Page 49 m EDNA MARIE HAWKINS Candidate for B. E. in Teaching; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Rifle Team; Story League; Biology Club; Panhellenic Council. CHARLES BROWN HAZLETT Candidate for B. A. in Political Science; Phi Delta Theta; Freshman Football; Track 2, 3, 4; Ass’t Adv. Mgr. Tel-Buch 2, 3; Ass’t Adv. Mgr. A Book 2; Ass ' t Adv. Mgr. Buchtelite 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club. ELEANOR MAY HEINTZ Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Y. W. C. A.; Biology Club; Glee Club; Student Assistant in Art. LUCILLE HIMEBAUCH Candidate for A. B. in Philosophy; Alpha Phi Gamma; French Club; Spanish Club; Republican Club; Associate News Editor of Buchtelite; Democratic Club. LOUISE CONRATH HOCH Candidate for B. E. in Music; Mu Phi Omega; Delta Omicron; Nat. Professional Music Sorority; Northwestern University 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH HOFFMAN Candidate for B. E. Degree; Delta Gamma; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 3; Rifle team 1, 2; Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3; Capt. 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3; Capt. 2; Class basketball 2, 3; Class volleyball 1, 2, 3; Class hockey 1, 2. Page 5 0 ARVINE JOSEPH HONEYWELL Candidate for B. A. in Economics; Phi Delta Theta. ALLISON ORVIS HUNT Candidate for M. E. Degree; Chi Theta Tau; Men ' s Glee Club, Pres. 4; A S. M. E. HAROLD HUNTER Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Chi Theta Tau; O. D. K.; Alpha Phi Gamma; Sigma Upsilon; Editor-in-chief Buchtelite 4; Class Pres. 3; “A” Key; Tel-Buch staff 3; Student Council 3, 4; University Theatre 4. MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON Candidate for A. B. in Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pierian; De¬ bate 1, 2; French Club 2; Jr. Prom, committee; Tree Day Committee 3; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4; V-Pres . 4; Tel-Buch staff 3, 4; Jr. Prom Queen. CYRIL JONES Candidate for A. B. Degree; Lambda Chi Alpha; University Theatre; French Club 1, 2; Ashton Prize Contest 2, 4; Winner Ashton Prize 2. SARAH JONES Candidate for B. E. Degree; Zeta Tau Alpha. Page 52 MARJORIE JOSEPHINE JOY Candidate for A. B. in English. LENA MARIE KASTNER Candidate for A. B. in Biology; Biology Club. FRANK PHILIP KAUFMANN Candidate for A. B. in Political Science. DON ADAMS KEISTER Candidate for A. B. in English; Sigma Upsilon; Tau Delta Beta; Alpha Phi Camma; Theatre Critic on Buchtelite; Quill Club. BEATRICE KEPLER Candidate for B. E. in History and Biology; Phi Kappa Delta; Phi Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Pi Epsilon; Republican Club 1; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 2, 3. ESTHER RUTH KINNAN Candidate for A. B. in Latin. Page 52 HENRY KOEHLER Candidate for E. E. Degree; Chi Theta Tau; A. E. E.; Debate Team. ARTHUR KROECER Candidate for A. B. in Chemistry; Delta Epsilon Chi; Chemistry Club. ROY LADRACH Candidate for A. B. in Political Science; Commons Club. EDWARD LAMBERT Candidate for E. E.; Pres. Student Branch Society of Industrial Engi¬ neers 4; A. I. E. E. 1, 3; Baseball Team 3; Sr. Ashton Contest 4; Senior Play 4. ELIZABETH ADELE LAUDENBACH Candidate for B. A. in Latin and German and B. E. Teachers; Phi Sigma Alpha. JALMER JOHN LINDHOLM Candidate for C. E. in Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Engineer’s Club. Page 53 ELIZABETH MAHONEY Candidate for B. E. in Teaching; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A.; V. Pres. Women’s Intramural ’28; Basketball; Republican Club. FINLEY MANSON Candidate for M. E. Degree; Commons Club; A. S. M. E. BOYD WALDEN MAXWELL Candidate for B. A. in Physics. OTIS MAXWELL Candidate for B. A. in Political Science. ROGER McMORGAN MEADOWS Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Sigma Beta Nu; “A” key; Laughing Masque; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3; Varsity Baseball Mgr. 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; University Theatre 4; Interfraternity Council 5. JAMES RUFUS MEADOWS Candidate for B. S. in Accounting; Chi Theta Tau; Sec. Laughing Masque; Chairman Informal Dance Committee; Chairman Senior Dance Committee. Page 54 m ARTHUR NAPOLEON MILLER Candidate for A. B. in Philosophy; Phi Delta Theta; University Thea¬ tre; Board of Control. JAMES RUSSELL MOORE Candidate for C. E. Degree; Commons Club; Sigma Tau; Engineering Board; A. S. C. E. MARY RUTH MOSTENIC Candidate for B. A. and B. E. in Latin; Alpha Gamma Delta; Student assistant in French. JOHN KENNETH MURDOCH Candidate for A. B. in Economics; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Lone Star; Spanish Club 3; Tree Day Committee 3; (Kenyon) Ivy Club; Philo- mathesian Club. DONALD H. MYERS Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Lone Star. MARY SUE MacKENZIE Candidate for A. B. Degree; Delta Gamma; Pierian; Phi Sigma; V-Pres., Panhellenic Council 3, 4; Biology Club 1, 2, 3. I, | i. Page 5 5 DAVID ALBERT McCALLOPS Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Alpha Phi Gamma; Buchtelite 2, 3, 4, Business Mgr. 1930-31; Tel-Buch 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Y. M. C. A. 3. HELEN R. McCRATH Candidate for A. B. in Spanish; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pierian, Pres. 3, 4; “A” key; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Pan- Hellenic Council 1; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Women’s League Council 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3. RITA ROSE McSHAFFREY Candidate for A. B. in Arts and Dramatics; Delta Gamma; Pierian, Sec. Treas. 3; “A” key; University Theatre; Associate Editor of Tel-Buch 3; Glee Club; R. O. T. C. Co. A. Sponsor. LOUIS NAGY Candidate for B. S. Degree; Chemistry Club. WHI ALBERT NATHANSON Candidate for A. B. in Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Track; Gym Team. FRANK H. NEWTON Candidate for B. S. in Chemistry; Alpha Sigma Omicron. - Page 56 BENJAMIN ELMER NYE Candidate for M. E. Degree; Commons Club; A. S. M. E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Council 3; Engineering Board of Control 3; " A” Key. MARY CATHERINE O’NEIL Candidate for A. B. in English Phi Mu; Panhellenic 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Tel-Buch 4. ELLEN FRANCES PALMER Candidate for B. E. in Elementary Education; Theta Phi Alpha; R. O. T. C. Sponsor Co. B 4; Chairman Pierian Freshman Dance 4; Univer¬ sity Story League 3, 4; Rifle Club 4; Democratic Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Debate 1; Secy. Akron Alumnus 3; Student Ass’t to Alumni Secy. 3. DONALD WEBB PEABODY Candidate for B. S. degree in Chemistry; Chi Theta Tau; Delta Epsilon Chi 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4. VERENA QUEEN PEARCE Candidate for B. E. in History; Phi Mu; French Club 2, 3, 4; Re¬ publican Club 3. HARRIET LOUISE PETLEY Candidate for B. E. in Education; Story League 2, 3, 4. Page 57 KENTON ROBINSON PHELPS Candidate for B. S. in Pre-medics; Phi Sigma 4; Honors Course Student; Chemistry Club 2, 3; Biology Club 2. DORIS KATHLEEN PITTENCER Candidate for B. A. in German; Theta Phi Alpha; Debate 1,2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club, Secy. 3; Honors Course Student in German 4; Republican Club; May Queen Attendant 3. JOHN MARQUIS PITTENCER Candidate for B. A. in English; Phi Pi Phi; Washington and |efferson College 1 ; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, pres. 4; Alpha Phi Gamma 2, 3, 4, pres. 3; Sigma Upsilon, Vice-Pres. 2, 3; Buchtelite Editor-in-chief 3; Literary Supplement 3, 4; A Book; Akron Alumnus Managing Edi¬ tor 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. Executive Board 3; A Key 3. ESTHER IRENE PLUM Candidate for B. E. in Music; Glee Club; Orchestra; President, Mu Phi Omega. GRACE ELIZABETH POPPENCER Candidate for A. B. in History; Zeta Tau Alpha; Freshman Hockey; Glee Club 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Republican Club 1, 2; Representa¬ tive to Women’s League 3. JOHN EDWIN PORTER Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Sigma Beta Nu; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Republican Club; Tree Day Committee 3, 4; Credit Manager Buchtelite 3. Page 58 DONNA FRANCES RAHNER Candidate for B. E. in Art Phi Mu; Art Club; Buchtelite; Tel-Buch, Asst. Art Editor 3; Chairman Art Club Costume Ball. JAY WILLIAM RANSOM Candidate for M. E. Degree; Commons Club; A. S. M. E. 2, 3, 4, 5. GUY REYMOND Candidate for A. B. in Chemistry; Chemistry Club. DOROTHY JANE RIANS Candidate for B. E. Degree; Phi Mu; Art Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, 3; English Club, Secy. 1; Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Manager 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Biology Club. JOHN RICHARDSON Candidate for C. E. in Engineering; Commons Club; A. S. C. E. VIRGINIA MAE ROLLINS Candidate for B. E. in English; Alpha Delta Chi; Fairmont State Col¬ lege, Piano Scholarship. Page 5 9 LEON J. SACKS Candidate for B. S. in Pre-Medics; Phi Kappa Rho; Biology Club; Chemistry Club. CORDON F. SAWDY Candidate for M. E. Degree; Alpha Sigma Omicron; University Thea¬ tre 4, 5; Rifle Team 4; A. S. M. E. 4, 5. ELMER SCHARENBERC Candidate for C. E. Degree; Alpha Sigma Omicron. FLORENCE JEAN SCHILLER Candidate for B. E. Degree; Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Psi Kappa; Junior Representative to Student Council 3, 4; Pres, of Women’s Intramural Board 3, 4; May Queen Attendant 3; All-Star Basketball Team 3, 4; All-star Hockey 4; Capt. Frosh Basketball team 1; Captain Senior Hockey and Basketball team 3; Glee Club 3. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH SCHLEMMER Candidate for B. S. in Secretarial Science; Sigma Delta Theta; Pierian Sorority; Commerce 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2; Sophomore Class Secy.; Pan- hellenic Council 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MORRIS SCHMALTZ Candidate for A. B. in Economics; Phi Kappa Rho; University Thea¬ tre, Business Manager 3, Ass’t Mgr. 2, Board of Directors 4; Dramatic Productions 2; Buchtelite Business staff 2; Debate Team 2, 3; Or¬ chestra 1, 2, 3; Ashton Contestant 4; “A” Key. Page 60 DOROTHY JEANNE SCHNEIDER Candidate for A. B. in Biology; Phi Sigma, secy. 3 4- Y. W. C. A. Biology Club; BEN SCHROEDER Candidate for I. E. Degree; Sigma Tau; A. I. E. E. HAROLD HENRY SCHROEDER Candidate for E. E. in Engineer; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Sigma Tau 4, 5, Pres. 5; Omicron Delta Kappa 5; Band 1, 2, 3; Vice-Pres. Engi¬ neers Club 3; Engineering Board of Control 5; Student Council 5; Inter-fraternity Council 3, 5, Pres. 5. ROSALIND PEARL SCHULTZ Candidate for B. E. in Art; Alpha Gamma Delta; Sigma Pi Epsilon; Art Club Pres. 2, 3; Panhellenic Representative 3. IRENE L. SCHWARTZ Candidate for B. E. Degree; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2; Tel-Buch Staff 2; Buchtelite Staff 2; Panhellenic Council 4; Women’s League Show 1. ANTON GEORGE SEIFRIED Candidate for E. E. Degree; Band; Orchestra. Page 61 I DONALD SHANK Candidate for A. B. in English; Chi Theta Tau; Editor-in-chief 1931 Tel-Buch; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Upsilon, pres. 4; Alpha Phi Gamma; University Theatre, Board of Directors 4; French Club; Quill Club, pres. 3; “A” Key. HARMON CESSLINC SHIVELY Candidate for E. E. in Engineering; Commons Club; Sigma Tau 4, 5, Secy. 5; A. I. E. E. 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5; Chairman meetings and papers committee 4; Major R. 0. T. C. 5; Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5. HAROLD SLOOP Candidate for B. E. in Physical Education; Lone Star; Football and baseball 2, 3, 4. BLANCHE F. SMITH Candidate for B. E. Degree. MILDRED EUGENIA SMITH Candidate for B. S. in Dietetics; Home Economics Club; Spanish Club. KATHRYN ELIZABETH SNYDER Candidate for B. A. Degree; Mu Phi Omega; Glee Club; French Club. Page 62 VI v| ' i MILLARD SNYDER Candidate for M. E. Degree; Chi Theta Tau; Scabbard Blade; A. S. M. E., Treas. 2, Secretary 3, 4; Chairman Engineers Club 1930. M. ELEANOR SONNHALTER Candidate for A. B. in Latin; Sigma Delta Theta; Pierian Sorority; Republican Club; May Queen Crowner 2; Sponsor Co. D 3; Engineer’s Battalion Sponsor 4; Glee Club 3; Tel-Buch Business Staff 3; Debate Team 1; Buchtelite Business Staff 2; Rifle Team 4. CARL SPESSARD Candidate for B. E. Degree; Lone Star; Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Scab¬ bard Blade 3, 4; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; “A” Key. CLIFFORD DENNIS SPRINGSTON Candidate for E. E. in Engineering; Lone Star; Sigma Tau; A. I. E. E.; Varsity Football Letter 1, 2. FRANCIS WILLIAM STAFFORD Candidate for C. E. in Engineering; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Sigma Tau; Sigma Upsilon; A. S. C. E. Pres.; Chairman Engineers Social Commit¬ tee; Orchestra; Buchtelite Staff. GERALDINE LEONA STARNER Candidate for B. S. in Secretarial Science; Alpha Gamma Delta; Span¬ ish Club 2, 3; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 2. Page 63 s mS VIRGINIA M. STEDMAN Candidate for B. E. in Art and English; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Women’s League Freshman Representative 1, 2; Panhellenic Council, Secy, and Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Biology Club 2; Student Assistant in Art 3; Buchtelite. SAMUEL ROY SUITT, Jr. Candidate for B. S. in Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade, Vice-Pres. 3, Treasurer 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-Pres. 3, Treasurer 4; Baseball 2, 3; Commander of R. O. T. C. 4. KARL F. SULOFF Candidate for M. E. Degree. RUTH TROMMER Candidate for B. E. Degree; Biology Club; Phi Sigma. MARGARET ROUTH TUCKER Candidate for A. B. in History; Glee Club; French Club; Y. W. C. A. IRVIN WALTER TURINA Candidate for B. S. Degree; Lieutenant Colonel, R. O. T. C. 4; Vice- pres. Scabbard Blade; President, Beta Delta Psi; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, Commerce Club 3; Commerce Honor Key. Page 64 CHARLES WALKER Candidate for M. E. Degree; Chi Theta Tau; Engineering Board of Control 4, 5, Student Council 5; Sigma Tau; Inter-fraternity Council 3, 4; ‘A ’ Key; Engineers Club. SIDNEY ROLAND WALKER Candidate for A. B. in Pre-Medics; Alpha Sigma Omicron; Track, 2» 3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer; University Theatre. WILLIAM EDMUND WALKUP Candidate for B. S. in Commerce; Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard 6 Blade; Commerce Club. GERALD C. WALLER Candidate for A. B. in History; Chi Theta Tau; Pres. Senior Class; Vice-Pres. Student Council 4; Tel-Buch Staff 4; Inter-fraternity Council 2, 3, 4. MARIAN MARGARET WALSH Candidate for B. E. in Music; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pierian Sorority; Mu Phi Omega; Glee Club, Secy. 2; Mu Phi Omega, Pres. 3; Pan- hellenic Council 3; Chairman Pan-hellenic Formal; Asst. Treas. of Junior Class; Senior Prom Committee; Piano Voice Scholarship— 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLSWORTH CLEMENT WALTERS Candidate for M. E. Degree; A. S. M. E. Page 65 NINA WAUGH Candidate for B. E. Degree; Art Club; Story Teller’s League. EDWARD WILLIAM WELLS Candidate for A. B. in Economics; Kappa Sigma Chi. KATHRYN E. WHARTON Candidate for B. E. in Physical Education; Delta Psi Kappa; Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Base-ball, inter-class and intramural; Intramural Board 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4. GRACE WILHELM Candidate for B. S. in Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma. ELIZABETH IDA WIRZ Candidate for A. B. Degree; French Club. GENEVIEVE MARY WOZNIAK Candidate for B. E. in Home Economics; Theta Phi Alpha; Home Eco¬ nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Sociology Club 1, 2, 3; Democratic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club. ft Page 66 KENNETH CLAIR ZAHNISER Candidate for B. S. in Education; Biology Club; Football. ROBERT E. ZAHNISER Candidate for B. E. and B. S. in Business Administration; Chi Theta Tau; Freshman basketball 2; Varsity basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity track 3, 4; Varsity football manager 4; Pres. Men’s Athletic Ass ' n 2; Laughing Masque; Y. M. C. A. RUTH MARIE ZEIS Candidate for A. B. in History; Phi Mu; Pi Kappa Delta; Pierian Sorority; French Club 1, 2; Debate Team 1, 2; Republican Club 2. 3; Student Council, Secy. 2; Pierian, Secy. 4; Debate team manager 3; “A” Key 3; Honors course student 4. BELLA ZELLINCER Candidate for A. B. in German; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Pi Kappa Delta; Women’s Debate Team; Pan-Hellenic Council. CECIL FROST Candidate for A. B. Degree; Alpha Gamma Delta; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rep. to Women’s League, 2; Woman’s Rifle Squad 2; Tree Day Attendant 4; Basketball team 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball team 1, 3. Badonsky, Paul Barnholth, C. R Bell, Roscoe Berglind, Edwin Berloff, Morris Bollinger, Ruth Caldwell, John Chenot, John Cook, Fritzie SENIORS WHO Cooper, Alice Cooper, Graydon Cox, Theodore Daifch, Harry Decker, Faith Demko, Michael Dete, Leo Dice, Lucille Dice, William Funk, David SUBMITTED NO Gordon, Jacob Green, Albert Gregg, Wilford Gregory, Dorothy Hamilton, Gertrude Haskins, Robert F. Hine, Hazel Jenkins, James Keck, Virgil Kodish, Louis PHOTOGRAPHS Kraft, Theodore Krause, Floyd Lieberman, Harry Medvedeff, Nicholas Neff, William Orr, Grace Ostroff, Sam Pfeifer, Wilbur Rinaldo, Joseph Robertson, Mervin Rogers, Cecil Ruby, Mrs. Edith Savage, Harold Schlemmer, Robert Schultz, Emil Symns, Samuel Tripplett, Bruce Wales, Harriet Woodrow, Ernest Page 67 JUNIORS OFFICERS CLASS OF 1932 Frank Witwer. Theodore Secrest . . . Marion Thomas . . . . Donald Poole. Aida Beth Thompson Edith Stedman. Elaine Stall. Louis Stoddard. . President .Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer .Assistant Treasurer Women’s League Representative . Student Council Representative ..Dance Committee Doris Apel Rex Arnette Virginia Avery Jean Bartlett Paul Bechtol Preston Bergin Madeline Bernard Sara Bordner Richard Bowman Antoinette Boyd Alan Buckley Clifford Casenhiser Mary Church Dorothy Danford Anna Louise Davis Mrs. Emily De Camp Russel DeYoung Ruth Dix Anne Dobbins Wilma Duncan Lawrence Early Nina Ellis Robert Erwine Eugene Falls Page 72 Clyde K. Falor Mary Felger Jesse H. Fischer Vernol Flaugher Anna M. Flint Harry W. Frantz Robert H. Fulton Cleo Funk Edward Galleher James W. German William J. Germann Charles G. Goehler Helen B. Goff S. William Goff Esther E. Griffiths Harriett Gustofson Mrs. Eva C. Haas Marie Halter Margaret Hamlin Robert E. Hamlin Mary Grace Harrington Winchester Harry Mary Harwell Catherine M. Hercek Page 73 1 I J Harold Hennessy Harold T. Higgs Herbert Holcomb Julia Jepperson Edith V. Johnson Wallace Johnson Pauline Kennedy Dorothy Kepler Mida E. Kerr Helen Ladd Isadore Levy Mary Kay Link Amy McCaughey Ruth McDonald Arthur McDowell Ruth McGuire Thomas Major Josephine Mascolo Mildred Merrill Vera Mills John W. Moore Nellie Moore George Murphy Elizabeth Myers Page 74 Wayne Leone Myers Richard Nelson Mary Oldham Ruth Owsley Caroline Pardee Ruth Patton Josephine Piazza Don Poole Leo Leibowitz Frank Ream Shirley Reaven Betty Reed Bernard Resseger James Robb Kenneth Roberts Hyman Roseman Irene Russell James Rutherford Fae Sarchet Willard Schmittgen John Schubert Harry Schwarzmueller Ada Seenberg Russell Shively Page 75 Eugene Smelser Maldine Smeal Paul Sparks Alvin Spicer Alvin Stadtmiller Kathryn Stahl Elaine Stall Edith Stedman Chalmers Stewart Louis Stoddard Paul Strickler Ida Talis Helen Tedrick Harold Thomas Marion Thomas Aida Beth Thompson Helen Trafford Marjorie Tragler Thomas Van Sickle Elizabeth Vaughan Suzanne Voige Margaret Wade Fred Weber Norman Wentsler Page 76 Virginia Wigley Irene M. Winans Raymond Wise Margaret Woofter Cyril Woolcock Geraldine Young Frank Witwer Glenn Zettle JUNIORS WHO SUBMITTED NO PHOTOGRAPHS Alexander, Joseph Allard, Carroll Anderson, Alfred Arnold, George Wm. Bachtel, Kenneth Blair, Lawrence Beims, Sophie Bergen, Elizabeth Binet, Anna Bitcon, Leroy Blair, Curtis Botzum, Albert C. Boyd, Virginia A. Boyd, William J. Brunswick, Paul E. Burch, Thelma L. Carillon, Frank Christman, Kermit Cogan, Madeline Corbett, Laurene Courtney, Maude Crecelius, Ross E. Cunningham, Dortha Davis, Robert M. DeLaney, Edith DeLano, Chester Dietz, LeRoy Duell, Nap R. Emerick, William Engstrom, Ruth Ferguson, Dan Fink, Herbert Florin, Ignatius Frampton, Theodore Cangle, Ethel Cay, Kenneth Gerber, R. A. Cruner, Elvira Harris, Adda Hazlett, Harry Heisel, Eldred Benj. Higgins, Bernard Hinkle, Lawrence Huffman, Edward Hunn, Willi am lppoliti, Joseph Jones, James Jones, Paul Karlo, Alice Kempel, George P. Kinney, Charles Kochel, Robert Krugman, Max Lawrence, James Leibowitz, Sol Leshinsky, Isadore LoCascio, Joseph Lombardi, Louis Lorenz, Walter Lowen, Ellis Lundeen, Hazel MacFayden, William McCullough, Harry McDowell, Edwin McCailey, Bernadette McMichael, Bryce Major, Robert Marcinkoski, Frank Maynard, Edward Miletti, Louis Miller, Lucille Moeller, Howard Moody, Ralph Nolley, Gilbert Pearson, Norman Porter, Elizabeth Preusse, Robert Quinn, Gerald Radam, David Reinker, E. Erwin Renninger, Terry Ries, Robert Rudy, Frieda Salner, Eugene Salyerds, Ronald Schoch, Otto Secrest, Burt Shannon, Floyd Sharp, D. B. Shaw, Edrie Shaw, Henry Shibley, Grant Shook, Donald Singer, Pauline Smith, Ge orge Smith, Mary Smith, Sidney Snyder, Margaret Souers, Gertrude Spade, Russel Stine, William Surbey, C. Wade Suttkus, Henry Switzer, Ronald Syracopoulos, Philip Thomas, Harold Ray Turner, John Waddell, Robert Wainer, Elliot Wallace, Mary Wansky, Morris Wansky, Simon Watkins, Henry Wells, Arland Werner, Howard Wilde, Bertha Williams, Matthew Williams, Paul Wilson, Miles Wise, Miriam Woodward, Foster Wright, Harry Wykoff, Ralph C. Zemlansky, Olga Page 77 SOPHOMORES OFFICERS CLASS OF 1933 Joe Salber .President Robert MacFarland .Vice-President Margaret Kopf.Secretary Herman Rabe .Treasurer Cordon Perry.Assistant Treasurer Bernice Waldsmith.Women’s League Representative Arlene Eckard.Student Council Representative William Kruck.Dance Committee Page 80 SOPHOMORE CLASS Ayer, Annetta Abood, Albert Affleck, Caroline Alexander, Jay P. Allen, John W. Andrus, Jack Anthony, Arthur Armacost, Mary E. Bailey, Edna Bailey, Howard Bailey, John Balasco, Thresa Barack, Emma Barnes, Wilbur Bartlett, Emory Benedict, Lucius Bent, Jane Billman, Dorothy Bishop, Deane Bishop, Lois Blackman, Ruth J. Bourquin, Margaret Boyer, Virginia Britsch, Donald T. Brouse, Marjorie Brown, Adolph Browne, Dorothy Buchtel, Kenneth Buckey, Jay Bunts, Louis E. Buckmaster, Dorothy Burke, Charles Burnham, Genevieve Burson, Donald Caler, Homer Camp, Verda Campbell, William Carey, Ruth Carrier, James H. Caton, Elizabeth Cheyney, La Verne Chittenden, Walter W. Chordar, Angelin Chordar, Milan Christman, Francis Clare, James Clark, Maurice Cleary, Aileen Cohen, Abe S. Cohen, Celia Cohen, Sayde Conger, Arthur Coorsh, Daniel Crabb, Dorothy Crane, Mary Crawfis, Rosemary Creps, Roy Cronan, Gertrude Crow, Elenor J. Darner, James SECOND SEMESTER 1930-31 Davidson, Wilbur Davis, Lorainne Deacon, Dawne Deetjen, Jack DeLong, Robert 0. D ' lanni, James Diehl, Miriam Disler, Gladys DuPratt, Norman Easton, James Eckard, Arlene Egan, William Engler, Leo Eshleman, Romaine Falk, Franklin Fanning, James Fesler, James Fitterman, Sophie Fletcher, Ruth Flint, Bernice Folb, Bernard Friedman, Evelyn Fry, Ethel Calehouse, Jean Calloway, Robert Cerin, Harry Charky, Irving Giegel, John Gifford, Mrs. Florence Gilbride, Edward Clennen, James Goddard, Mac L. Goodman, Leo M. Cordon, Jewell Grady, John Graham, William Crosjean, Ralph Cruccio, Joseph Hackett, Phyllis Hagans, Carl Hall, Clifford Hall, Lucille Halliwill, Marjorie Hanson, Alice Hardman, Martha Harper, Wylanne Harry, Marjorie Harry, Winchester Hartman, Robert Hartz, Raymond Heepe, Betty J. Heller, Marion Holcomb, Herbert Hooper, John Hoopes, Lois Horn, Frederick Hornberger, Aurelia Houser, Kermit Houston, Violet Hudson, Harold Hull, Agnes Hummel, Richard Hummelbau, Helen Hutchinson, James Jahant, Charles Jameson, George Jenkins, Edward Jenkins, Margaret Jeppesen, Julia Jessop, Charles Jones, John Jones, Marie Kamp, Virgil Kanaga, Nancy Kaplan, Hirsh Katz, Albert Keiser, Etha Keller, Russel Kelly, Eileen Killian, Michael Kinney, Robert Kistler, Eugene Klein, Herman Kneale, William Knecht, Lawrence Kohl, Henry Kopf, Margaret Kruck, William Kyle, Stanley Lasher, Dorothy Leavenworth, Helen Lee, Frances Amelia Legar, Frank Leibovitz, Armond LeRoy, Margaret Lightle, Ruth Linder, Lloyd Locker, Robert Long, Maurice Looker, Jack Lovering, Joseph Luyster, Harry MacFarland, Robert McClelland, Charles A. McConnaughy, Thomas McGowan, Agnes Malamantinis, Kaliope Maloney, Eugene Manthey, Mathilde Marconi, Gilbert Markley, Wyomia Marshall, Chester Martz, Ronald Maryanski, William Mendelson, Morris Metz, Dorothy Meyer, Ray Catherine Mikolashek, Harold Miller, Alice E. Miller, Edwin Page 82 Miller, Lemuel Mills, Robert Minnich, Pauline Mizel, Ben Moore, John Moran, Kathryn Morgan, James Motz, Ruth Mullin, Virginia Murdoch, Robert Myers, George Nixon, Boris Nostwich, Mildred Packan, William Pamer, John Pansier, Frances Patterson, Robert Perks, Elizabeth Perry, Gordon Plumer, Robert Powell, Frederick Powell, Valerie Price, Elizabeth Pritchard, Muriel Putt, Charles Rabe, Herman Reade, Helen Rector, Billie Renninger, Ronald Ritzert, James Roesch, Harold Rokus, Frank Rolph, Harold Roth, Earl Rowland, June Ruch, John Ruffing, Jean Rugers, Irma Rushton, Eileen SOPHOMORE CLA CONTINUED Ryan, William Safi, Edward Walber, Joseph Saladna, Louis Salyerds, Robert Sapp, Esther Schaeffer, Elizabeth Schapiro, Norbert Schlegel, Alfred Schultz, Ernest Schwartz, Marie Scott, Ella Selzer, Mary Shaffer, Emmert Shaul, Rex Sheffield, Vernon Shelestovich, Leo Sholtis, Mary Short, Eleanor Shriber, Portia Silvester, Ruth Simmons, Catherine Simon, Victor Sloat, Ralph Smith, Betty Smith, Helen Smith, Henry Smith, M ina Smith, Ruth Solomon, Sidney Soper, Cleveland Sowers, Thelma Spade, Ralph Sparhawk, Wilson Speck, Leroy Speelman, Kathryn Stansfield, Helen Starkweather, Lucile ss Stebick, Harold Stillman, Laura Stoffer, John Stombaugh, Dean R. Straub, Ruth Strickler, Paul Stull, Richard Summy, Mae Susko, Gregory Symns, Clarence Tapper, Esther Trenner, Mollie Triplett, Dean Unverzagt, George Vallen, Richard Van der Hulse, Kenneth Venner, Harry Viers, Glenn Waldman, Jack Waldsmith, Bernice Warden, Ralph Webster, Vashni Weiler, John Weltzien, Victor Wheeler, Vaughn Whittaker, Nellie Widick, Branko Williams, Terrence Willis, Hazel Wilson, Ellen Winer, Ralph Wolfe, William Wood, Kenneth Woodward, Kent Wright, Ida Mae Yarian, Harold Yasosky, George Zeis, Paul M. Page 83 FRESHMEN OFFICERS A CLASS OF 1934 Howard Walker.President Alice Black .Secretary Ralph Smith .Treasurer Abramson, Janet Adams, William Allen, Virginia T. Amspoker, Dwight Anderson, Evelyn Appelhaus, Iris Appleby, Robert Arenson, Ardell Atkinson, David Auler, Paul Augspurger, Alice Ault, Kathryn Baltes, Herman Barber, George Barthol, Mildred Berry, Lillian Bertsch, George Billings, Alva Biondo, Vincent Black, Alice Black, James Blalock, James Bode, Marguerite Bowman, Robert Bowman, Viva Bozick, Max Brenneman, Frank Bricker, Carl Bridenthal, Dale Brodt, Elizabeth Brooks, Jacob Browne, Clyde Brown, Mary Buckmaster, Robert Brumley, Joseph Burd, Roy Bushnell, Margaret Buticofer, Victor Butler, Virginia Buxton, Radcliffe Buzzelli, Arthur Cahill, Janice Caldwell, George Campbell, Jean Carlton, Jack Chalker, Geraldine Chambers, Lenore Chassagne, Harold Chenoweth, Geraldine Chenoweth, Howard Chiaramonte, Carrie Chordar, George Christman, William Clark, Evelyn Conkel, Bernice Connelly, Howard Cooper, Donna Cooper, John Coorsh, Harry Cope, Ruth Courtney, Grace FRESHMAN CLASS SECOND SEMESTER 1930-31 Couts, Robert Crafts, William Cranmer, William Crosby, Culia Danesis, George Dannemiller, Wm. Darulis, Ardella Darulis, William Davis, Earl Davis, Hazelbelle Descutner, Nesbit Devlin, Henry Dickie, Mary Dickinson, Esther Dietz, Eleanor Dobie, Robert Driesbach, Eleanor Driesbach, Farrell Dunford, Louise Dyer, Hobson Eckroad, Mildred Ellery, Lucy Eshack, Marion Ewerth, Irene Falor, William Felver, Richard Fenneman, Harriett Feudner, John Cerguson, Bernice Cerguson, Gilbert Finney, Mary Flanigan, Gerald Fleming, Doris Fouse, James Franklin, Frederick Frantz, Eli Fricker, Fra.ii Gurin, Emanuel Cammeter, Geraldine Candy, Al Caugler, Floyd Cantz, Donald Ceis, John Gel latly, Anne Gettins, Georgia Cilcher, Leslie Cilcrest, Martha Gill, John Gilleland, Belva Gillette, Marjorie Goddard, Frank Goldberg, Harvey Goldberg, Rhoda Gray, Charlotte Gray, Howard Green, Carl Greenberger, Morton Gregory, Ruby Griffiths, Bonar Griffiths, Dave Grogan, Richard Growdon, Thelma Gurin, Evelyn Gutierrez, Fernando Gutsow, Alex Hahn, Charles Haley, Charles Hall, John Hamann, Rhea Hamilton, Bernadette Hammett, Frank Hamontree, Raymond Hanna, Catherine Hansen, Margaret Harig, John Harman, Martha Harnar, Mildred Harper, Susan Harrington, Julia Hatzis, Lulla Heisser, Leo Hensal, Grace Hesidence, Arthur Heyburn, Richard Hofer, John Hoffmaster, Ruth Honeywell, Jane Hoover, Melba Hougton, Betty Huston, Fred Jaques, Robert Jauchem, Gilbert Johns, Cornelius Johnson, Vincent Johnston, Phyllis Joseph, Joe Kamin, Nathan Kannel, Harold Katz, Evelyn Kautz, John Kazan, Marvin Kerber, Henry Kidder, John Kindig, Howard Kirk, Winston Kirkpatrick, Kathryn Kitselman, Betty Kmentt, Hildegarde Koledin, Ladonna Korman, George Kosch, Kermit Kovach, Ivan Krumroy, Arlene Kruse, Carl Kuhns, William Lange, Melvin Laubach, Donald Leach, Norris Leavenworth, Wm. Leibole, Vivian LeMaster, Grace Levin, Harold Page 88 Ley, Harry Ley, William Littrick, Harold Long, Walter Loveridge, James Lundeen, Maybelle MacGregor, James MacWhinney, Mary McCormick, Edward McDonald, Virginia McDonnell, Frank McDonough, Mary McDougald, Aldiva McMasters, Melvin McShaffrey, Alice Macbrair, William Mackey, Charlotte Mahan, Fulton Mancovitz, Samuel Martucci, Lebia Mason, Wellington Massar, Eleanor Massey, Virginia Matti, Glenn Metzger, Henry Metzger, Mary Miller, Sam Miller, Virginia Mills, Howard Mitchell, William Mohler, Pearl Mondl, Thomas Montgomery, Virginia Moore, Arthur Moore, Floyd Moore, John Morgan, Ruth Morris, Gerald Mougey, Mary Moyer, Maurice Myers, Virginia Newton, Marjorie Nye, Jane Oldham, Vern Olson, Irving O’Neil, Charles Oplinger, Fred Orihel, Michael Osmun, Marguerite Ostroff, Jacob Ott, Howard Palmer, Clare Palmer, Mary Peterson, Idabelle Pitkin, Pauline Powelson, Pauline Pratt, Evelyn Prentice, Faye Proehl, Harold Rabe, Ruth Rawls, Ben Ream, Charles Rector, Mary FRESHMAN CLASS CONTINUED — --- Reed, Helen Swinehart, Josephine j Reynolds, James ( Switzer Ruth-- - Richards, Romola Syracopoulos, Nick Richards, Violet Tarbox, Frederick Rhoads, Margaret Tausch, Harry Rifkin, Helen Taylor, Essie Robinson, Glen Testa, Nancy Rockwell, John Thomann, Michael Rosenberg, Dorothy Thompson, Helen Rosenfeld, Louis Titmas, Albert Rosenthal, Jeanette Tittle, Everet Rosenzweig, Oscar Townsend, Mary Roundy, Elmer Trainer, Alice Roundy, Norman Tranter, Dorothy Ruff, Richard Trenner, Zelda Rush, Foster Trew, Ethel Sankey, Eugene Tritt, Emily Saus, Frank Tucciarone, Marguerite Schiepan, Henry Tuckman, Lena Schlegel, Avis Tucker, Charles Schulman, Ruth Tyson, Isaac Schultz, Max Ufford, Laurence Schwartz, Albert VanDoros, Nick Sears, Marjorie Vest, George Secttor, Julian Voltz, Paul Seegar, Howard Volz, Edward Shenk, Frances Wagner, Paul Shepard, Bruce Waldron, Patricia Sherman, Nelson Walker, Alexander Simmons, George Walker, Charles Simpson, Ellen Walker, Donald Smith, Elinor Walker, Howard Smith, Jane Ward, Vernon Smith, Robert Warner, Wilbert Smith, Winifred Watters, Geraldine Snyder, Stanley Weeks, Martha Solomon, Mabel Weisberg, Hymen Sonnhalter, John Weiss, Julius Sonnhalter, Mary Welch, Beatrice Soper, Gilbert Welling, Harold Sowers, Ruth Wentsler, Cathryn Sparhawk, Winnifred West, Julia Spratt, James Wetzel, Paul Spuller, Mildred Wetzel, Robert Stahl, Richard Wheeler, Helen Staley, Robert Whitson, Robert Stambaugh, James Wiener, Betty Stanford, Gwendolyn Wile, Carl Starbird, Norman Willey, Francis Starkey, Geraldine Willey, Kenneth Stehle, John Wilson, Howard Stelzer, Frederick Wilson, James Stevens, Mary Wilson, Madeline Stewart, Marjorie Wolfe, Dorotha Stokich, Violet Wolfe, Paul Stowe, Anthony Wood, Arthur Stratton, Edgar Wormald, Willis Stuart, Mary Yenicky, Peter Suppes, Dorothy Yount, Earle Sutherland, Vivian Zarich, Leposava Swain, Elsie Zeno, Charles Sweeney, George Zintel, Harold Page 89 ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Jackson Walsh Stedman Wilhelm Young Apel Simmons Stillman Rugers E. Wilson B. Smith Rowland Miller Cammeter Honeywell Hoover Peterson Butler J. Smith Brodt M. Wilson Powell Pitkin Dickinson Page 94 KAPPA KAPPA G AMM A LAMBDA CHAPTER 1877 Founded at Monmouth College, 1870 SOROR IN FACULTATE Carita McEbright SENIORS Mary Elizabeth Jackson Virginia Stedman Marian Walsh Grace Wilhelm JUNIORS Doris Apel Geraldine Young SOPHOMORES Annetta Ayer Alice Miller June Rowland Irma Rugers Catherine Simmons Betty Smith Laura Jane Stillman Ellen Wilson PLEDGES Geraldine Gammeter Elizabeth Brodt Virginia Butler Esther Dickinson Jane Honeywell Melba Hoover Agnes Hull Betty Kitselman Idabelle Peterson Pauline Pitkin Valerie Powell Jane Smith Madeline Wilson Page 95 u DELTA GAMMA R. McShaffrey Davenport P. Cettins MacKenzie Hoffman Coates Wigley M. Harrington Pardee Link Dix Griffiths Porter Meyer Russell Goff Bordner Wade Kanaga Mullin Davis Short Rector G. Gettins A. McShaffrey Anderson Houghton MacDonald Starkey M. Palmer Mackey L. Palmer Page 96 DELTA GAMMA ETA CHAPTER 1879 Founded at Oxford, Mississippi, 1874 SORORES IN FACULTATE Gladys Weeks Elsie Maxwell Elizabeth Stevenson SENIORS Mary Coates Winifred Davenport Patricia Gettins Elizabeth Hoffman Rita McShaffrey Mary Sue MacKenzie JUNIORS Sara Bordner Ruth Dix Helen Goff Esther Griffiths Mary Grace Harrington Mary Kay Link Caroline Pardee Elizabeth Porter Irene Russell Margaret Wade Virginia Wigley SOPHOMORES Lorraine Davis Ray Catherine Meyer Nancy Kanaga Virginia Mullin Eleanor Short PLEDGES Virginia McDonald Alice McShaffrey Mary Palmer Louise Palmer Billie Rector Geraldine Starkey Evelyn Anderson Romaine Eshleman Georgia Gettins Julia Harrington Betty Houghton Charlotte Mackey Page 97 P H I M U Stall O’Neil Pearce Rahner Rians Armstrong Mahoney Zeis Church Halter Vaughan Owsley Reed W. Harper Kopf Perks Schaeffer Keiser Heepe Townsend Gregory S. Harper Leibole Kmentt Cahill Smith Dietz Powelson Ault Cilcrest Page 98 PHI MU OMICRON CHAPTER 1912 Founded at Macon, Georgia, 1852 SOROR IN FACULTATE Clara Kemler SENIORS Catherine Armstrong Elizabeth Mahoney Mary O’Neil Verena Pearce Donna Rahner Dorothy Rians Ruth Zeis JUNIORS Mary Church Marie Halter Ruth Owsley Betty Reed Elaine Stall Elizabeth Vaughn SOPHOMORES Wylanne Harper Betty Heepe Etha Keiser Margaret Kopf Elizabeth Perks Elizabeth Schaeffer PLEDGES Catherine Ault Janice Cahill Eleanor Dietz Susan Harper Martha Cilcrest Ruby Gregory Hildegarde Kmentt Madge Leibole Pauline Powelson Winifred Smith Mary Ann Townsend Page 99 h - E. Sonnhalter Bendure Schlemmer McCaughey Funk Avery Stedman Ladd Lasher Tragler Felger Bourquin Barrack Eckard Pritchard Galehouse Gilleland Deacon T ranter Richards Bushnell Black M. Sonnhalter Wheeler Page 100 a J J J I ' 1 SIGMA DELTA THETA 1920 SOROR IN FACULTATE Josephine Cushman SENIORS Myrtelle Bendure Josephine Schlemmer Eleanor Sonnhalter JUNIORS Virginia Avery Mary Felger Cleo Funk Marjori Helen Ladd Amy McCaughey Edith Stedman T ragler SOPHOMORES Emma Barack Arline Eckard Margaret Bourquin Dorothy Lasher Jean Calehouse PLEDGES Alice Black Margaret Bushnell Dawn Deacon Belva Gilleland Muriel Pritchard Romola Richards Mary Sonnhalter Dorothy Tranter Helen Wheeler Page 101 ALPHA G AMM A DELTA Fischer Beese Danford Schiller Elliott Winans Schultz Mostenic Frost Starner A. Thompson Stahl Davis Boyd Straub Cronan Bishop Wright Tritt Davis Rushton D. Thompson Cray Page 102 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA OMEGA CHAPTER 1922 Founded at Syracuse University, 1904 SOROR IN FACULTATE Katharine M. Reed Helen Beese Dorothy Danford Elizabeth Elliott Alberta Fischer Cecil Frost SENIORS Mary Mostenic Florence Schiller Rosalind Schultz Geraldine Starner Irene Winans Antoinette Boyd Anna Louise Davis JUNIORS Kathryn Stahl Aida Beth Thompson SOPHOMORES Lois Bishop Gertrude Cronan Eileen Rushton Ruth Straub Ida Mae Wright Hazelbelle Davis Harriett Fenneman FRESHMEN Helen Reade Mary Elizabeth Rector Emily Tritt Charlotte Gray Phyllis Hackett Aldiva McDougall PLEDGES Doris Thompson Ethel True Mary Wallace Page 10 3 Kepler Haines Frederick Averell Currie Orr Brooker D. Kepler Bartlett Haas Harwell Mills Thomas Brouse Heller Crabb Leavenworth Nostwich Weeks LeMaster Mougey Krumroy Page 104 PHI KAPPA DELTA 1922 SOROR IN FACULTATE Mrs. Warren W. Leigh SENIORS Virginia Averell Harriett Brooker Alice Cooper Lois Frederick Ruth Haines Beatrice Kepler Dorothy Kepler Beatrice Currie Grace Orr JUNIORS Jean Bartlett Dorotha Cunningham Eva Haas Mary Harwell Vera Mills Marian Thomas SOPHOMORES Marjorie Brouse Dorothy Crabb Marian Heller Helen Leavenworth Mildred Nostwich PLEDGES Arlene Krumroy Grace Le Master Mary Mougey Irene Weeks ALPHA EPSILON PHI Page 106 Zellinger Dasch Schwartz Bonhard Ellis Reaven ALPHA EPSILON PHI UPSILON CHAPTER 1924 POST-GRADUATE Anna Dasch SENIORS Irene Schwartz Bella Zellinger JUNIORS Nina Ellis Shirley Reaven Z ET A T A U ALPHA Oldham McGrath Buntz Hawkins Clark Armacost Jones Heintz Poppenger McDonald Kerr T rafford Crane Kennedy Armacost Fletcher Jenkins Hornberger Housten Waldsmith Sparhawk Darling Page 108 ZETA TAU ALPHA BETA XI CHAPTER 1929 Founded at Virginia State Normal School, 1898 SOROR IN FACULTATE Mrs. jane Sargent Barnhardt Mildred Armacost Wava Buntz Elizabeth Clark Edna Hawkins SENIORS Eleanor Heintz Sarah Jones Helen McGrath Grace Poppenger Pauline Kennedy Betty Kerr JUNIORS Ruth McDonald Mary Oldham Helen Trafford SOPHOMORES Mary Armacost Mary Crane Ruth Fletcher Eleanor Hoopes Aurelia Hornberger Violet Housten Margaret Jenkins Bernice Waldsmith Geraldine Chalker Ethelyn Darling PLEDGES Helen Hummelbau Winnifred Sparhawk Page 109 n ft 1 ■ THETA PHI ALPHA Palmer Bernard Smith Kelly Trainer Flickinger Meyers Dobbins Cleary Hamann Wozniak Hamlin McGowan Hamilton Pittenger McCailey Moran Bode Horning ! Page 110 THETA PHI ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 1931 Founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1912 SOROR IN FACULTATE Margaret Fanning SENIORS Eleanor Flickinger Ellen Palmer Doris Pittenger Genevieve Wozniak JUNIORS Madeline Bernard Ann Dobbins Margaret Hamlin Elizabeth Myers Bernadette McGailey SOPHOMORES Aileen Cleary Eileen Kelly Kathryn Moran Agnes McGowan Helen Smith PLEDGES Marguerite Bode Rhea Hamann Bernadette Hamilton Martha Horning Alice Trainer Page 111 Witwer Bryant Strickler Zeis Egan MacFarland Honeywell Hazlett Galleher Wolfe Beck Maloney Matti Arnette Early Goehler Roth Woodward Brenneman Volz Klipstein Erwine VanSickle Deetjen McConnaughy Ott Bozick Miller Weber Wentzler Vallen McClelland Moyer Walker Dailey Fulton Alexander Rabe Campbell Mahan 12 THETA PHI DELTA OHIO EPSILON CHAPTER 1875 FRATER IN FACULTATE Earl W. Crecraft Ronald Fox Lewis Norman W. C. Robart SENIOR Arvine Honeywell JUNIORS Robert Daily Rex Arnette Edward Galleher Harrison Fu lton Frank Witwer Charles Bryant Arthur Miller Norman Wentzler Lawrence Early Charles Coehler Thomas Van Sickle Charles Hazlitt Fred Weber Paul Strickler Robert Erwine Edward Klipstein SOPHOMORES Kent Woodward Park Alexander Thomas McConnaughy William Campbell Robert McFarland William Wolfe Arthur Anthony Richard Jack Deetjen Paul Zeis Herman Rabe Earl Roth William Egan Howard Beck Charles McClelland Vallen PLEDGES Robert Lockert Eugene Maloney Lloyd Moyer Max Bozick Howard Ott Frank Brenneman Edward Volz Donald Walker Lloyd Linder Glenn Matti Albert Titmus Fulton Mahan Page 11 3 p I KAPPA EPSILON Fitzharris Spessard Auten Hall P. Germann Myers Falls Ensign J. Murdoch Griffith Sloop Bowman Hamlin Roberts Schmittgen W. Germann Woolcock Flaugher Pearson Thomas Fanning Barnes Simmons R. Murdoch Myers Corrier Driesbach Gill Rockwell Gay Stadtmiller Feudner Fouse Kindig Wood Tucker Falor Wetzel Zintel J. Hall Oldham Whitson Page 114 LONE STAR PI KAPPA EPSILON 1882 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Charles Bulger Hezzleton Simmons John Bulger SENIORS Delbert Auten Hadley Ensign Paul Cermann John Griffith Newton Hall James Jenkins John Murdock Donald Myers Mervin Robertson Harold Sloop Carl Spessard Cletus Fitzharris JUNIORS Richard Bowman Eugene Falls Vernol Flaugher Ignatius Florin William Cermann Robert Hamlin Richard Hummel Norman Pearson Kenneth Roberts Willard Schmittgen Harold Thomas Cyril Woolcock Floyd Shannon SOPHOMORES Wilbur Barnes James Hutchinson Albert Marconi Robert Murdock Edward Putt Vashni Webster James Fanning James Carrier Hezzleton Simmons FRESHMEN Ferrel Driesbach John Feudner William Feudner William Falor James Fouse John Gill Vernon Oldham John Rockwell Alvin Stadtmiller Charles Tucker Robert Wetzel Neil Whitson Arthur Wood Harold Zintel PLEDGES Kenneth Cay John Hall Clyde Kindig Page 115 Cochrane Frye Suitt Cassenheiser Resseger Harry Pam er Dameron Benedict Jackson Sparhawk Jenkins C. Chordar Williams Eden Kirk Blalock Cooper Jones Hammond Walkup Smelser Rutherford Wise Sloat Marshall Charkey Goodman Schultz Klein M. Chordar Stull Stehley Black Hartman Darulis LAMBDA CHI ALPHA GAMMA ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 1919 FRATER IN FACULTATE Francesco B. DeLeone SENIORS Samuel Suitt Harold Frye Cyril Jones Wayne Hammond Kenneth Cochrane JUNIORS Raymond Wise William Walkup James Rutherford Otto Schock Eugene Winchester Harry Bernard Resseger Irvan Charkey Clifford Cassenhiser Smelser SOPHOMORES Laurence Knecht Edward Jenkins Ernest Schultz Milan Chorder Wilson Sparhawk Terrance Williams Ralph Sloat Lucius Benedict John Jones James Dameron Chester Marshall John Pamer Leo Goodman Herman Klein Robert DeLong John Stehle FRESHMEN Kenneth Eden PLEDGES Arthur Moore William Darulis James Black Russell Keller George Barber Richard Stull Mac Goddard Robert Hartman Winston Kirk Chester Blalock John Cooper Page 117 - Schroeder Adams Fulton Newton Blackman Sawdy Walker Scharenberg J. Buckly Spicer Bergin Murphy Stafford Secrest A. Buckly Ream Suttkus Widick Jones H. Frantz F. Horn Bunts Hooper Mills Switzer Yarian Watkins Falor Chittenden Patterson Schaffer E. Frantz Leavenworth Cheneowith Zettle Davidson Roundy Fricker f if I 1 WM ■b V. Page 118 ALPHA SIGMA OMICRON 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Fred Ayer Fred Householder SENIORS James Adams Allan Blackman John Buckley Preston Bergin Robert Fulton Frank Newton Cordon Sawdy Elmer Scharenberg Harold Schroeder Francis Stafford Sidney Walker JUNIORS Allan Buckley James Jones George Murphy Frank Ream Theodore Secrest Ronald Switzer Harold Yarian Henry Watkins Alvin Spicer Charles Burke Harold Thomas Harry Frantz Robert Mills Henry Suttkus SOPHOMORES Frederick Horn Dean Stombaugh Louis Buntz Walter Chittenden John Hooper Robert Patterson FRESHMEN Howard Chenoweth Frank Fricker Fred Franklin William Leavenworth Eli Frantz Elmer Roundy Bronko Widick PLEDGES Wilbur Davidson John Hofer Glen Zettle Erwin Reinker Harold Rolph Emmert Schaffer 1 . y,. • y . 1 CHI THETA TAU Waller Snyder Meadows Walker Zahniser Peabody Hunter Hunt Shank Koehler Dice Poole Schwarzmueller Smeal De Young Simon Myers W. Johnson J. W. Moore Houser Bechtol Salner Kyle Spade Stebick Kistler Schlegel Kannel Appleby Renninger Metzger Holcomb Tarbox V. Johnson Amspoker Devlin Mitchell Welling Lovering J. R. Moore Kruse Mills Page 120 BHI r CHI THETA TAU 1921 FRATER IN FACULTATE Ulysses S. Vance SENIORS Gerald Waller Charles Walker Rufus Meadows Robert Zahniser Donald Shank Millard Snyder Harold Hunter Donald Peabody Henry Koehler Allison Hunt JUNIORS William Dice Russell DeYoung Harry Schwarzmueller Donald S. Poole Maldine Smeal Wallace Johnson John Watson Wayne Myers Victor Salner Paul Bechtol John Moore Herbert Holcomb SOPHOMORES Ralph Spade Kermit Houser Vaughn Wheeler Eugene Kistler Gerald Lovering Victor Simon Ronald Renninger Alfred Schlegel Harold Stebick Stanley Kyle FRESHMEN Robert Appleby Harold Kannel PLEDGES Vincent Johnson Dwight Amspoker Henry Metzger John Moore William Mitchell Frederick Tarbox Howard Mills Harold Welling Carl Kruse Henry Devlin James Stambaugh Allan Moore James MacGregor ' Page 121 AMERICA ASSOCIATION OF COMMONS CLUBS H. Shively Brennon Buffington Manson Ladrach Dickenson Moore Ransom Ries Nye Richardson Stine R. Shively Waddell Werner Sheffield Kerber Roundy Roesch Soper Page 122 COMMONS CLUB AKRON CHAPTER 1921 FACULTY ADVISORS Richard K. Schmidt T. L. Mcjoynt R. F. Durst SENIORS Louis Brennon Gerald Buffington Neil Dickenson Floyd Krause Roy Ladrach Finley Manson Russell Moore Benjamin Nye Jay Ransom John Richardson Harmon Shively Wilford Gregg JUNIORS Lawrence Blair George Arnold Kermit Christman Herbert Fink Robert Hunn Wade Reynolds Russell Shively Robert Rice William Stine Robert Waddell Howard Werner Paul Williams SOPHOMORES Harry Luyster Vernon Sheffield Gordon Perry PLEDGES Gilbert Soper Norman Roundy Harold Roesch Henry Kerber James Fesler Glenn Werner James Wilson Albert Zabel Chester De Lano Bliss Meadows Doeler Hartz Dunwiddie German Stoddard Porter Alexander Blair Peterson Preusse Higgs Roeger Clark Kruck Jahant Triplett Brommelhaus Easton Plummer Salber Calloway Venner Caldwell Shaul Davis Maryanski Hammontree Steinmetz Stowe Hahn Hammett Smith Starbird Wilson Hammett Sonnhalter Powell Ruff Sheppard Jordon Lange Myers Walker Page 124 SIGMA BETA N U 1923 FRATER IN FACULTATE Charles R. Olin SENIORS Raymond Bliss Charles Doerler Stanley Dunwiddie James Fouts Ralph Hartz Roger Meadows Edward Porter Ernest Woodrow JUNIORS Donald Alexander Curtis Blair Edw. Fassnacht James German Gilbert Hartz Harold Higgs Robert Preusse Earl Roeger Louis Stoddard Dean Triplett SOPHOMORES Vincent Brommelhouse Maurice Clark James Easton William Graham Charles Jahant Ray Hartz William Kruck Howard Maryanski Robert Plumer Joseph Salber Rex Shaul Harry Venner Robert Calloway FRESHMEN Earl Davis Fred Powell Frank Hammett Bruce Shepard Ray Hammentree John Sonnhalter Ned Henderson Hoyt Starbird Jack Jordon Howard Walker Howard Wilson PLEDGES George Caldwell Charles Hahn Melvin Lange William Ruff Ralph Smith Harold Steinmetz Anthony Stowe Page 125 Kaplan Roseman Leibovitz Kamin Sacks Levy Mizel Sherman Schmaltz Folb Weisburg Rosenfield Fischer Cohen Wainer Waldman Page 126 PHI KAPPA RHO 1924 FACULTY ADVISORS Rolland D. Fox Samuel Selby Leon Sacks SENIORS Robert Schmaltz Jesse Fischer David Radam JUNIORS Hymen Roseman Elliot Wainer Isadore Levy SOPHOMORES Hirsh Kaplan Ralph Winer Ben Mizel Bernard Folb Abe Cohen Hymen Weisberg Armand Leibovitz FRESHMEN Nelson Sherman Nathan Kaiman Jack Waldman Louise Rosenfeld PLEDGES Samuel Mancovitz Max Aidman Page 127 . . ■ ! ■ ■ STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Newton Hall . Gerald Waller. Helen McGrath . Prof. H. E. Simmons. , . . . . President . Vice-President .Sec.-T reasurer Faculty Advisor Virginia Avery Richard Booth Arlene Eckard Harold Hunter Joseph Salber MEMBERS Harold Schroeder Elaine Stall Charles Walker Howard Walker Kathryn Wharton Frank Witwer Page 131 WOMEN ' S LEAGUE COUNCIL Helen McGrath. Ruth Owsley. Elizabeth Myers .... Wava Buntz. Beatrice Currie. Edith Stedman. Bernice Waldsmith . . . Louise Palmer. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell .President .Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer . . . .Senior Representative . . . .Junior Representative Sophomore Representative . Freshman Representative .Faculty Advisor Page 1)2 FIRST SECTION John Buckley.President William Cermann .Secretary-Treasurer Charles Walker.Representative to Student Council MEMBERS Willard Schmittgen George Myers Hezzleton Simmons SECOND SECTION Delbert Auten.President Don Poole .Secretary-Treasurer Harol d Schroeder.Representative to Student Council MEMBERS Willard Schmittgen Walter Chittenden Hezzleton Simmons Page 133 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS Harmon Shively. Russell Shively . Richard Bowman. Dean Donfred Gardner. .President . . . . Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer . . . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Alpha Sigma Omicron Harold Schroeder Theodore Secrest Phi Delta Theta Edgar Wentsler Frank Witwer Chi Theta Tau Donald Poole Gerald Waller Phi Kappa Rho Hirsh Kaplan Leon Sacks Commons Club Harmon Shively Russell Shively Lambda Chi Alpha Kenneth Cochrane Sam Suitt Pi Kappa Epsilon Richard Bowman Newton Hall Sigma Beta Nu Curtis Blair William Maryanski e 134 PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS Virginia Stedman. Irene Russell . Prof. Marjorie Mitchell. .President . Sec.-Treasurer Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Alpha Gamma Delta Aida Beth Thompson Gertrude Cronan Alpha Epsilon Phi Irene Schwartz Delta Gamma Irene Russell Mary Sue MacKenzie Zeta Tau Alpha Pauline Kennedy Violet Houston Theta Phi Alpha Madeline Bernard Eleanor Flickinger Kappa Kappa Gamma Catherine Simmons Virginia Stedman Phi Kappa Delta Beatrice Currie Marjorie Brouse Phi Mu Mary O’Neil Ruth Owsley Sigma Delta Theta Josephine Schlemmer Dorothy Lasher . . ' • l . ' OMICRON DELTA KAPPA THETA CIRCLE John Pittenger . . . Kenneth Cochrane Newton Hall . . . . Sam Suitt . OFFICERS .... President Vice-President .... Secretary . . . . Treasurer FACULTY Coach Howard Blair Dr. Charles Bulger Dr. Earl Crecraft Dean Donfred Gardner President C MEMBERS Dr. O. E. Olin Prof. Frederick Sefton Prof. H. E. Simmons Dean A. I. Spanton )rge F. Zook ACTIVE MEMBERS Cletus Fitzharris Delbert Auten Harold Frye Donald Shank Carl Spessard Thomas Van Sickle Harold Hunter Kenneth Roberts Frank Witwer Harold Schroeder Edgar Wentsler Hadley Ensign PURPOSE The purpose of Omicron Delta Kappa, Men ' s National Honorary activities fraternity is: first, to honor men who have attained outstanding recognition in co llegiate activities; second, to bring together the most representative men in all phases of college life; and third, to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual understanding. PIERIAN Established—1923 OFFICERS Helen McGrath.President Josephine Schlemmer.Vice-President Ruth Zeis .Secretary Geraldine Young.Treasurer Eleanor Sonnhalter .Historian Dean Elizabeth Thompson.Faculty Advisor HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Howard Blair Dean Elizabeth Thompson Prof. Marjorie Mitchell Mrs. George F. Zook MEMBERS Mary Sue MacKenzie Ruth Owsley Ellen Palmer Elaine Stall Marian Walsh PURPOSE The purpose of Pierian, local senior women ' s activity sorority, is to so unite the girls who have shown themselves to be leaders on the campus during their first three years at the uni¬ versity, as to effect a group which will work coherently for the benefit of the campus. Myrtelle Bendure Eleanor Flickinger Cleo Funk Mary Elizabeth Jackson Rita McShaffrey Page 140 Harold Schroeder Delbert Auten . Harmon Shively . Jay Ransom .... Benjamin Nye . . Dean F. E. Ayer . Established—-1924 OFFICERS .President . Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer .Historian Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Dean F. E. Ayer Prof. F. Griffin Prof. John Bulger MEMBERS Alan Buckley Russell De Young Eugene Falls Russell Moore Don Poole Ben Schroeder Clifford Springston Francis Stafford Charles Walker PURPOSE Sigma Tau, national honorary engineering fraternity, has as its purpose the promotion of scholarship, practicality, and sociability among engineers. Page 141 BETA DELTA PSI Established—1928 OFFICERS Irvin Turina. Jacob Cordon . Prof. W. W. Leigh. .President . . . . Sec.-Treas. Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBER Prof. W. W. Leigh Louis Kodish Sam Ostroff MEMBERS Cecil Rogers Harold Savage PURPOSE The purpose of Beta Delta Psi is: to recognize outstanding students in Commerce work at the University; to raise the scholastic standards of the Commerce Department; and to provide a closer contact between the student body and the faculty of the Commerce Department. Page 142 Established—1923 OFFICERS Harold Hunter. Myrtelle Bendure. James Foutts. Richard Booth . Kenneth Roberts . Mr. Ulysses S. Vance. .President . 1st. Vice-President 2nd. Vice-President .Secretary-T reasurer .Bailiff . . . Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. Ulysses S. Vance Mr. Maxwell P. Boggs MEMBERS Craydon Cooper David McCallops Hadley Ensign Caroline Pardee Cleo Funk John Pittenger Paul Strickler PURPOSE The purpose of Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalistic fraternity, is to recognize individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges and universities; to serve and promote the welfare of the college through journalism. OFFICERS Donald Shank . Chalmers Stewart .. Allan Blackman . Mr. U. S. Vance. .President . Vice-President . . . . Sec.-Treas. Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBER Mr. U. S. Vance MEMBERS Delbert Auten Theodore Cox William Egan Harrison Fulton Harold Hunter Donald Keister Wayne Myers John Pittenger Theodore Secrest James Stambaugh PURPOSE The purpose of Sigma Upsilon, men’s national literary fraternity, is to encourage the interest in literary activity among men on the campus. Page 144 CHI DELTA P H I Established—1925 OFFICERS Mary Oldham .President Etha Kaiser.Vice-President Ruth McDonald.Secretary-Treasurer Miss Margaret Fanning.Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Myrtelle Bendure Lenore Chambers Mary Crane Anne Gellatly Phyllis Hacket Aurelia Hornberger Grace Le Master Mildred Nostwich Irma Rugers Laura Jane Stillman Aida Beth Thompson Helen Trafford Suzanne Voige PURPOSE Chi Delta Phi, women’s national honorary literary fraternity, has as its purpose the writing of worthy original material that meets the high standards of true literature. Page TAU DELTA BETA Established—1926 OFFICERS Thomas Van Sickle.President Chalmers Stewart .Secretary-Treasurer Prof. Francesco B. De Leone .Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Francesco B. De Leone Mr. William E. Strassner Mr. J. Garfield Chapman Mr. Francis Sadlier MEMBERS john Chenot Merlin Ffayes Mac Goddard Donald Keister Edgar Wentsler PURPOSE It is the purpose of Tau Delta Beta, men’s local honorary musical fraternity, to recognize musical talent of outstanding ability on the campus. Page 146 PH I OMEGA M U Established—1927 OFFICERS Esther Plum . Dorothy Buckmaster. Louise Hoch . Kathryn S nyder . Miss Genevieve Rider. .President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Irma Rugers Marion Walsh Nellie Whittaker PURPOSE The purpose of Mu Phi Omega, women’s local honorary musical fraternity, is the advance¬ ment of the study of music among women on the campus. Page 147 KAPPA DELTA P I Established—-1923 Elizabeth Clark . Paul Zeis. Esther Griffiths . Lawrence Knecht Mr. David King . FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Maxine Dye Dr. Donald Hayworth Mr. David King OFFICERS .President .Vice-President ..Secretary .Corresponding Sec. .Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Robert Schmaltz Nick Syracopoulos Hyman Wiesburg Ruth Zeis Bella Zellinger PURPOSE Anna Binet James Hutchinson Henry Koehler Arthur McDowell Herman Rabe The purpose of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensic fraternity, is the encouragement of forensic activity on the campus. Page 148 - FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. R. D. Fox Prof. W. C. Kraatz Prof. A. B. Plowman Prof. R. A. Slagg Morris Berloff Merlin Hayes Beatrice Kepler Ellis Lowen MEMBERS Kenton Phelps Mervin Robertson Ruth Trommer Thomas Van Sickle PURPOSE The purpose of Phi Sigma, national honorary biological fraternity, is to promote biological study and to further junior research in biology. Page 149 OFFICERS Donald Peabody . John Caldwell . Nap Duell .. Arthur Kroeger. Prof. H. E. Simmons. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. E. Anderson Dr. W. A. Cook Prof. R. H. Schmidt Prof. H. E. Simmons 1 MEMBERS Walter Bitner Albert Green Leo Dete Harry Wright PURPOSE The purpose of Delta Epsilon Chi, local honorary chemistry fraternity, is to elevate the scholar¬ ship standards in chemistry and to promote interest in the pursuit of chemical knowledge. Page 150 DELTA P S I KAPPA Established—-1929 OFFICERS Kathryn Wharton . Marion Thomas. Josephine Mascola. Sarah Bordner. Miss Sarah Dunckley. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBER Miss Sarah Dunckley MEMBERS Mary Armacost Emma Barack Ruth Fletcher Ruth McGuire Lucille Miller Josephine Piazza Florence Schiller PURPOSE The purpose of Delta Psi Kappa, women’s national physical educational honorary fraternity is to further the interest in Physical Education, and to raise the ideals and standards in that particular phase of work. Page 151 SCABBARD AND BLADE Established—1925 Delbert Auten Irvin Turina . James Adams Paul Cermann Major Clark . . OFFICERS .President . Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer Faculty Advisor Major Clark FACULTY MEMBERS Captain Norman Captain Swab MEMBERS Rex Arnette John Buckley John Chenot Kenneth Cochrane Russell De Young Harry Frantz Paul Cermann Robert Hamlin Wayne Hammond William Neff James Rutherford Eugene Smelser William Walkup Fred Weber Frank Witwer PURPOSE The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is primarily: to raise the standard of military drill in Ameri¬ can colleges and universities; to unite in closer relationship their military departments; to en¬ courage and foster the essential qualities of good and efficient officers; and to promote intimacy and good-fellowship among the cadet officers. Page 152 " A " KEY AWARDS Delbert Auten Myrtelle Bendure Ray Bliss Kenneth Cochrane Craydon Cooper Harold Frye Harold Hunter Helen McGrath Rita McShaffrey Rodger Meadows Benjamin Nye Caroline Pardee John Pittenger Kenneth Roberts Robert Schmaltz Donald Shank Carl Spessard Thomas Van Sickle Charles Walker Kathryn Wharton Ruth Zeis Page 1 COMMERCE CLUB OFFICERS Kenneth Roberts. Fred Weber. Elaine Stall . Paul Strickler . Prof. W. W. Leigh. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. R. M. Van Metre Mr. H. T. McKee MEMBERS Max Aidmon Catherine Armstrong Richard Booth Robert Hamlin Margaret Kopf Anthony David McCallops Virginia Myers Richard Nelson Fred Powell Earl Roth Stowe Page 156 OFFICERS Edwin Porter . Herman Rabe . Howard Walker . Lawrence Knecht . Prof. A. B. Plowman. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer Faculty Advisor BOARD MEMBERS Allan Blackman Craydon Cooper William Graham Henry Kohl Charles Packan John Turner Sidney Walker Paul Zeis Page 157 Y. W. C. A. CABINET OFFICERS Irene Russell .President Mary Elizabeth Jackson .Vice-President Caroline Pardee.Secretary Bernice Waldsmith .Treasurer Miss Clara Kemler, Miss Eldora Flint, Miss Elizabeth Lathrop .Faculty Advisors CABINET Jane Bent Cleo Funk Jean Calehouse MEMBERS Mathilde Manthey Mary Oldham Elizabeth Price Bertha Wild Page 158 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS Harmon Shively .Chairman Harold Schroeder.Secretary Neil Dickinson .Treasurer Russell Shively.Chairman—Meetings and Papers Com. Paul Bechtol.Chairman Membership Com. Prof. J. T. Walther.Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Louis Brennon Gerald Buffington Elias Christoff Elmer Hanna Henry Koehler Frank Marcinkoski Emil Schultz Anton Seifred Clifford Springston Philip Syracopoulos Harold Yarian Page 1 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Francis Stafford . . Russell Moore . . . . S. Y. Symns . Prof. Ross C. Durst OFFICERS .President . Vice-President Secreta ry-T reas. Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Ross C. Durst Prof. John W. Bulger Kenneth Bachtel Paul v Badonsky Frank Christman Herbert Fink Harold Higgs Joseph Ippolitti Harry Lyster Jalmer Lindholm MEMBERS George Murphy John Richardson Norbet Schapiro Elmer Scharenberg Harry Schwarzmueller William Stine Clarence Symns Ernest Woodrow Page 160 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS Delbert Auten. John Buckley. Millard Snyder. Alan Buckley . Prof. Fred Griffin. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBER Prof. Fred Griffin MEMBERS Louis Buntz William Dice Arthur Durant Eugene Falls Theodore Frampton Virgil Camp Thomas Major Ben Nye Charles Walker Don Poole Robert Preusse Jay Ransom Frank Ream Arnold Schubert Victor Simon Maldine Smeal Henry Watkins Allison Hunt Foster Woodward Page LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS Prof. Katherine M. Reed. Miss Margaret Fanning. Geraldine Young . Mary Kay Link . .... President Vice-President .... Secretary . . . .Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Katherine M. Reed Miss Margaret Fanning Caroline Affleck Jean Bartlett Jane Bent Marjorie Brouse Jay Buckey Flora Bump Janice Cahill Elizabeth Clark Craydon Cooper Dorothy Crabb Lucille Davies Emily De Camp Esther Dickinson Robert Erwine Marion Eshack Alberta Fischer MEMBERS Anne Gellatly Jean Calehouse Geraldine Cammeter James Clennen Esther Griffiths Lulla Hatzis Lucille Himebaugh Ruth Hoffmaster Betty Heepe Agnes Hull Betty Kitselman Lloyd Linder Mary Kay Link Mathilde Manthey Virginia McDonald Sam Miller Robert Murdock Marjorie Newton Ruth Owsley Caroline Pardee Pauline Pitkin Valerie Powell Helen Reade Jean Ruffing Ella Scott Portia Shriber Mina Smith Mary Heller Smith Laura Jane Stillman Bernice Waldsmith Ellen Wilson Ralph Winer Geraldine Young Page 162 ART CLUB .President . Secretary .T reasurer Faculty Advisor HONORARY MEMBER Miss Katherine Calvin OFFICERS Edwin Berglind . Vivian Dickinson. Margaret Snyder . Mrs. Jane S. Barnhardt. FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Jane S. Barnhardt Miss Rena Cable MEMBERS Mary Church Mildred Eckroad Ethel Fry Evelyn Curin Marie Halter Eleanor Heintz Aurelia Hornberger Donna Rahner Irene Russell Rosalind Schultz Virginia Stedman Aida Beth Thompson Aldene Waugh Louise Woofter Page 163 — OFFICERS Ruth Creighton .President Beatrice Currie .Vice-President Marjorie Halliwill .Secretary Dr. J. L. Jones.Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. H. A. Bender Dr. S. Selby MEMBERS C. R. Barnholth jane Bent George Chordar Abe Cohen Alice Cooper Wilbur Davidson Harold Dinger Arlene Krumroy Gerald Lovering Boyd Maxwell Frank Ream Joseph Rinaldo Elmer Scharenberg Mary Sholtis Thelma Sowers Page 164 BIOLOGY CLUB OFFICERS Thomas Van Sickle. Morris Berloff. Faith Decker. Curtis Blair. Dr. W. C. Kraatz. .President . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . .Treasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. A. B. Plowman Dr. W. C. Kraatz Prof. R. A. Slagg MEMBERS Park Alexander Priscilla Averell Valasta Belohlavek Leroy Bitcon Lena Kastner Doris Cole Jesse Fischer Eleanor Flickinger Robert Fulton William German William Goff Leo Leibovitz Harry Lieberman Ellis Lowen Charles McClelland Howard Maryanski Vera Mills Mildred Nostwich Elizabeth Perks Dorothy Schneider Sidney Solomen jeorge Jameson Seatrice Kepler Mildred Spuller Ruth Trommer Edgar Wentsler William Wolfe Page 1 CHEMISTRY CLUB Walter Bitner .... John Caldwell . . . . Nap Duell . Guy Reymond .... Prof. H. E. Simmons OFFICERS .President . Vice-President . Secretary .T reasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY Mr. D. E. Anderson Dr. W. A. Cook Mr. E. G. Haas MEMBERS Mr. E. F. Schaefer Prof. R. H. Schmidt Prof. H. E. Simmons MEMBERS Lavern Cheney Frank Newton Leo Dete Louis Nagy James D’lonni Donald Peabody Arthur Dobberstein Louis Rosenfeld William Dostal William Ryan Ralph Cwaltney Robert Salyerds Winston Kirk Howard Seeger Arthur Kroeger Richard Stahl Harry Lieberman Harry Sykes Armond Liebovitz Samuel Van Kirk Robert McFadden Wilbert Warner Samuel Mancovitz John Weiler Harold Morris Mather Williams Page 166 THE STORY TELLERS’ LEAGUE OFFICERS Alice Griffin . Harriet Petley. Anne Dobbins . Terry Balasco. Miss Flora C. Hoover. .President . Vice-President . Secretary .Treasurer Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Flora C. Hoover Miss Clara Kemler MEMBERS Edna Bailey Marguerite Bode Anna Braunstein Katie Braunstein Betty Caton Florence Gifford Edna Hawkins Pauline Kennedy Betty Kerr Frances Lee Margaret Leroy Bernadette McCailey Agnes McGowan Mary McShaffrey Regenia Markley Ellen Palmer Mary Pesaric Mary Rife Margaret Selzer Page 167 Myrtelle Bendure Eileen Kelly Marguerite Bode Dorothy Lasher Margaret Bourquin Agnes McGowan Dawn Deacon Ruth Owsley Stanley Dunwiddie Ellen Palmer Eleanor Flickinger Walter Peterson Cleo Funk Doris Pittenger jean Calehouse Romola Richards Rhea Hamann Catherine Simmons Bernadette Hamilton Eleanor Sonnhalter Catherine Hanna John Sonnhalter Wylanne Harper Mary Sonnhalter Gilbert Hartz Virginia Stedman Ralph Hartz Alice Trainer Martha Horning Dorothy Tranter Mary Elizabeth Jackson Gerald Waller Charles Jahant Howard Walker Genevieve Wo zniak Page 168 REPUBLICAN CLUB MEMBERS Donald Alexander Emma Barack Madeline Bernard Raymond Bliss Richard Bowman Vincent Bowman Craydon Cooper Charles Doerler Arline Eckard Newton Hall Margaret Hamlin Frank Harold Hunter William Kruck Rodger Meadows Elizabeth Myers Caroline Pardee Elizabeth Perks Edwin Porter Harold Schroeder Theodore Secrest Rex Shaul Elaine Stall Witwer Page 169 THEATRE and FORENSICS UNIVERSITY THEATRE Hr -H H Jpg y ' i im jhr By mm f i uv m OFFICERS Shirley Reaven .President Theodore Cox .Vice-President Ruth Dix.Secre tary Jesse Fischer .Business Manager Dr. Donald Hayworth, Prof. L. C. McNabb. . Faculty Advisors ACTIVE Harold Barkwill Alan Buckley Madeline Cogan Graydon Cooper Frank Connelly Fritzie Cook Vivian Dickinson Max Fuller Helen Goff Esther Griffiths Cyril Jones James Jones Thomas MEMBERS Hirsh Kaplin Helen McGrath Rita McShaffrey Arthur Miller Wayne Myers Frank Ream Cordon Sawdy Robert Schmaltz Irene Schwartz Donald Shank Dean Stombaugh Ronald Switzer an Sickle ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Harrison Fulton Charles Jahant William Kruck Irma Rugers Theodore Secrest James Stambaugh Page 172 WOMEN’S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Irma Rugers .President Marie Schwartz.Vice-President Edith Stedman.Secretary Arline Eckard .Treasurer Prof. Francesco B. DeLeone.Faculty Advisor Francis J. Sadlier.Director MEMBERS Marguerite Bode Viva Bowman Ruth Bolinger Antoinette Boyd Dorothy Buckmaster Geraldine Chalker Ethelyn Darling Hazelbelle Davis Arline Eckard Charlotte Cray Bernadette Hamilton Mary Harwell Melba Hoover Violet Houston Julia Jeppeson Betty Kitselman Elizabeth Perks Idabelle Peterson Muriel Pritchard Elizabeth Schaeffer Mary Smith Ruth Straub Helen Tedrick Mary Ann Townsend Dorothy Tranter Virginia Wigley I rene Winans Bernice Waldsmith Page 173 MEN’S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Allison Hunt.President Cordon Krohmer.Vice-President James Ritzert.Secretary Herbert Holcombe.Treasurer Prof. Francesco B. DeLeone.Faculty Advisor Francis J. Sadlier.Director MEMBERS Jacob Brooks Craydon Cooper William Crammer James Dameron Albert Green Stanley Kyle Lloyd Linder Robert Major James Ritzert Oscar Rosenzweig Ernest Schultz Emmert Shaffer Maldine Smeal Dean Stombaugh Branko Widick Robert Zahniser Page 174 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA OFFICERS Earl Roth.President William Coff .Sec.-Treas. Mac Goddard.Librarian Mr. J. Garfield Chapman.Director MEMBERS Katherine Armogida Viva Bowman Paul Bechtol Lucius Benedict Hester Buticofer Ruth Cope Bonar Griffiths Louise Hoch Fred Huston Gilbert Jauchem Lawrence Knecht Leo Leibovitz Harold Mikolashek Howard Ott Billie Rector Louis Saladna Marie Schwartz Leroy Speck Mary Ann Townsend Dorothy Tranter Norman Wentsler Carl Wile Nellie Whittaker Harold Welling Page 175 MEN’S DEBATE TEAMS NEGATIVE AFFIRMATIVE OHIO CONFERENCE CHAMPION 1931 AFFIRMATIVE TEAM Henry Koehler Lawrence Knecht Arthur McDowell NEGATIVE TEAM Paul Zeis Nick Syracopoulis Herman Rabe Miss Maxine Dye Coach Page 176 WOMEN’S DEBATE TEAM Dr. Donald Hayworth Coach MEMBERS Elizabeth Clark Lula Hatzis Ella Scott Bella Zellinger Page 177 E DITOR’S NOTE The first two persons in this section were selected by the Editor and Business Manager of the Tel Buch. The third was named by the Buchtelite. It is our sincere belief that all three persons deserve the honor which we have given them. This honor, unlike so many others at the University of Akron, is not a matter of politics or combines. —DON SHANK. Page 180 MISS GERALDINE YOUNG THE TEL-BUCH GIRL Page 181 The girl with the animal is Ginny Stedman . . . The nice backs belong to a gang of Phi Mu’s . . . Name ’em and you can have ’em Page 184 SOCIETY The following telegrams were collected through the cour¬ tesy of the local office of a national telegraph company. Due to the personal nature of the messages, the company does not wish to have its name used. Page 185 KRA944 116 NL AKRON OHIO SEPT 27 1930 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA O BOY O BOY HAD DATE TONIGHT WITH RITA MCSHAFFREY FOR THE FIRST DANCE OF THE YEAR NAMELY THE ODK FROSH WELCOME THEY TELL ME THAT SHE’S GOING STEADY BUT I DIDN’T SEE NOTHIN’ OF THIS BOY GUGGY STOP HAD A RIP-SNORTING TIME STOP PAUL STRICKLERS KILTIES WERE HITTING IT UP IN FINE SHAPE STOP FOUND OUT I COULDN’T DANCE VERY WELL BUT WHEN I DANCED WITH FUSSER RUSSELL I JUST CLUNG AND SHE PULLED AND DID WE HIT IT UP STOP HORACE I’M AFRAID I’M GOING TO BE A SOCIAL LION BEFORE THE YEAR’S OVER STOP BEFORE THE NIGHT WAS OVER SOMEBODY PINNED RIBBONS ON TOM VAN SICKLE CARL SPESSARD AND DON SHANK STOP THE PANSIES HOMER KRA283 112 NL AKRON OHIO OCT 18 1930 HORACE WINTERBAUM RFD 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN WVIR DID YOU EVER FALL IN LOVE STOP IF YOU NEVER DID YOU ARE NOT IN MY SHOES STOP HAD A DATE TO THE SOPHOMORE DANCE WITH IRMA RUGERS STOP GEE SHE IS A SWELL BABE STOP OLD FASHIONED AND ALL THAT YOU KNOW STOP YOU WONDER PROBABL Y WHY ALL THE STOPS ARE IN THIS PARTICULAR TELEGRAM STOP THATS JUST THE REASON STOP SHE TALKS LIKE A TELEGRAM STOP ANYWAY SHE IS A GREAT DANCER STOP AND THROWS SOME SWELL CLOTHES ON HERSELF STOP THE KAPPAKAPPAJAMAS THINK IM THE NUTS STOP I SHOULD RATE SOME OF THEIR DANCES STOP THIS DANCE LAST NIGHT WASNT ANY TOO GOOD THOUGH STOP THEY PICKED THE QUEEN AND EVERYTHING STOP BUT I HAD A DARNED GOOD DATE AND ILL PROBABLY BE MARRIED IN A COUPLE OF DAYS HOMER KRA78 236NL AKRON OHIO OCT 31 1931 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 ROUTE 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA AM BEING RUSHED BY SEVEN FRATERNITIES STOP THESE GUYS MAKE A DAMN NUISANCE OF THEMSELVES BY TALKING UP THEIR ORGANIZATIONS SO THAT I WILL JOIN STOP THE CHI TAUS PULL A BIG LINE ABOUT THIS AND THAT BIG MAN IN AKRON BEING A CHI TAU STOP THE LONE STARS LINE UP A LONG STRING OF FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND SCRAP BOOKS AND TRY TO ENTICE ME THAT WAY STOP THE PHI DELTS PULL A GAG ABOUT BEING THE OLDEST ORGANIZATION ON THIS CAMPUS AND THE SIGMA BETA NUS CLAIM THAT THEY ARE THE SOCIAL LIONS OF THE CAMPUS AND GIVE AWAY A TUX WITH EACH AND EVERY PLEDGE PIN STOP THE ALPHA SIGS SHOW YOU THROUGH THEIR SWELL HOME AND TRY AND MAKE YOU BELIEVE YOU WONT HAVE TO PAY FOR IT AFTER YOUVE BEEN PLEDGED STOP THE COMMONS CLUB FEEDS YOU UP WITH MEALS AND TRIES TO MAKE YOU BELIEVE THAT THE ORGANIZATION IS THE CHEAPEST ON THE CAMPUS STOP LAMBDA CHIS TELL YOU THAT THEY ARE THE FASTEST GROWING NATIONAL GROUP AND THAT THEY HAVE THE TOUGHEST MEN ON THE CAMPUS STOP THE PHI KAPPA RHOS FILL YOU UP WITH HARD CIDER AND THEN TALK TO YOU STOP IM GOING TO EAT ALL THE MEALS I CAN AND DO EVERYTHING I CAN AND THEN NOT JOIN ANY STOP IM WAITING FOR PHI B ETA KAPPA TO BECOME A REALITY STOP ON THIS CAMPUS STOP AS EVER HOMER Page 188 KRA36 145NL AKRON OHIO NOV 28 1930 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN, W. VA. NERTS HORACE I AM BACK IN CIRCULATION AGAIN STOP I DECIDED THAT I DIDN’T WANT TO GET MARRIED AFTER IRMA REFUSED ME THAT DATE A NIGHT LATER STOP SO TONIGHT I TOOK PATRICIA GETTINS TO THE INTER-FRATERNITY DANCE STOP NOW SHE S A WOMAN FOR YOU STOP ROMANTIC AND ALL THAT STOP I WISH THAT DON ADAMS KEISTER DIDN’T LIKE HER SO WELL STOP I WOULD SURELY TRY TO BE HEAD MAN A WHILE STOP THE DANCE WAS PRETTY FAIR AND I AM BEGINNING TO LIKE TO DANCE A LITTLE BETTER STOP HORACE JUST WAIT TILL I SEND YOU THE PICTURES OF SOME OF THESE BABES THAT I GO WITH STOP FELLERS SAY THAT I’M COPYING FREDDY WEBER’S STYLE BUT HE ' S NEARLY MARRIED SO THIS SCHOOL NEEDS ANOTHER GOOD SOCIAL LION STOP BY THE WAY PATRICIA WRITES GOOD POETRY AND EVERYTHING—SO SAYS DON K HOMER Page 189 KRA257 156NL AKRON OHIO DEC 12 1930 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA HORACE GEE ITS A SWELL FEELING TO GET IN ONE OF THESE HERE TUXEDOS STOP WORE A REAL HONEST TO GOODNESS TUXEDO LAST NIGHT LIKE YOU SEE IN THE MOVIES STOP WORE IT TO THE MILITARY BALL STOP GEE THERE WERE A BUNCH OF SWELLS THERE STOP GUYS THAT DON’T CALL THE WAITER PAL AND ALL THAT STOP EVEN THOUGH MAJOR ORAL E CLARKE AND HIS BAND OF BOY SCOUTS DID STEAL THE SHOW I HAD A SLICK DATE AND A GOOD TIME STOP I TOOK HELEN MCGRATH AND DID WE WHOOP IT UP THE RIVER STOP SHE LOOKS SLICK IN A FORMAL AND I THINK THAT I’LL DATE HER THE REST OF THE YEAR STOP THE KAPPAS AND DELTS GAVE ME DIRTY LOOKS BUT I KNOW DARN WELL THAT THEY’RE JUST JEA LOUS AND THEY CAN’T DO A DARN THING ABOUT IT STOP GEE IT FEELS GOOD TO BE THE SOCIAL LION OF THE SCHOOL STOP HOMER Page 190 - ■- - I I I KRA877 200NL AKRON OHIO MARCH 15 1931 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA HORACE AM PITCHING RIGHT BACK UP THERE IN THE OLD KAPPA FIELD NOW STOP TOOK GINNY STEDMAN TO THE ANNUAL ENGINEERS BRAWL LAST NIGHT STOP SHE IS A GOOD KID AND I THINK THAT I WILL DATE HER UNTIL THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK AND THEN ILL PROBABLY FIND ANOTHER ONE JUST AS GOOD STOP THE BEER WAS FLOWING IN SUDS AROUND YOUR FEET AT THIS DANCE STOP HORACE YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IT WAS LIKE BUT ANYWAY IT WAS A LOT OF FUN AND IT WAS GREAT TO SEE THOSE NASTY OLD ARTS SCHOOL PUPILS THROWN OUT ON THEIR EARS BECAUSE THEY TRIED TO CRASH OUR DANCE THE NAUGHTY THINGS STOP THE HALL WAS DECORATED BEAUTIFULLY HORACE YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN IT STOP JUST A LOT OF GREASE AND DIRT AND EVERYTHING ELSE THROWN IN A HEAP RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FLOOR AND WE WERE ALL EVENING TRYING TO DANCE AROUND THE DIRT OR TO PICK UP ONE OF OUR NUMBER FROM OUT OF IT STOP IM STEPPING OUT EVERY NIGHT NOW SO I WONT GET TO WIRE FOR A LONG TIME STOP YOURS TRULY TILL AKRON U HAS A FAIR ELECTION STOP HOMER Page 191 KRA99 13 COLLECT AKRON OHIO APRIL 1 1931 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA RUSH FIVE MONTHS ALLOWANCE IN ADVANCE STOP CREDITORS ARE CHASING ME STOP HOMER KRA578 172NL AKRON OHIO APRIL 17 1931 HORACE WINTERBAUM R F D 8 BOX 22 SNYDERTOWN W VA RECEIVED MONEY AND RUSHED OUT AND BOUGHT A PAIR OF WHITE FLANNELS FOR THE PAN HELLENIC FORMAL STOP ALL THE SOCIAL LIONS WORE THEM TO THIS DANCE STOP GEE IT WAS FUN STOP I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD FOLLOW THE TREND OF THE TIMES AND TURN DOWN FIVE OR SIX BIDS TO THE DANCE BUT WHEN HELEN LADD LOOKED AT ME WITH SUCH A PLEADING LOOK I DECIDED THAT I WOULD HAVE A BETTER TIME AND THAT MY CONSCIENCE WOULD FEEL BETTER IF I WENT TO THE DANCE STOP THE UNIVERSITY REVELERS PLAYED FOR THE DANCE AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT THEY WERE LOUSY STOP THE ORCHESTRA HAD TO TURN DOWN A GOOD BIT OF WORK TO PLAY FOR THE DANCE AND THEY DIDNT FEEL SO GOOD ABOUT IT SO THEY DIDNT PLAY AS WELL AS THEY ARE ACCUSTOMED STOP HELEN LOOKED SLICK LAST NIGHT I THINK I WILL DATE HER FOR A WHILE STOP THE BIG SURPRISE OF THE EVENING WAS MARY LIZ JACKSON WHO BROUGHT GERRY WALLER OF ALL PEOPLE STOP HOMER Page 192 ENGINEER ' S DAY CALENDAR CALENDAR by CAROLINE PARDEE September 8-11 Inclusive Freshman week, compulsory for all freshmen entering in September, 1930. September 24 Women’s League tea-dance at the Woman’s City Club in honor of all freshman women. Frank Connelly’s orchestra played from 4:00-6:00. On the receiving line were Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson, Prof. Marjorie Mitchell, Mrs. George F. Zook, and Helen McGrath. September 26 Zeta Tau Alpha held open house from 3:00-6:00. Mrs. jane S. Barn- hardt and Prof. Marjorie Mitchell were honored. September 27 Faculty picnic Saturday noon in Crouse Gym preceding the Toledo game. President Henry J. Doerman and Dean Evans of Toledo University were guests. Omicron Delta Kappa tapped Thomas Van Sickle, Donald Shank, and Carl Spessard at its annual Freshman Welcome Dance at the Masonic Temple Saturday night. Denny Thompson and his University Revelers played from 9:00-12:00. There were 225 couples. October 2 Student Y. W. C. A. gave tea complimenting freshman women, from 4:00-6:00 in the Women’s League Rooms. Mrs. George F. Zook, Mrs. Walter J. Bankes, Miss Clara Kemler, Miss Elizabeth Lathrop, and Miss Eldora Flint, the faculty advisors, were guests. Arrangements were made by Suzanne Voige. October 3 President and Mrs. George F. Zook held a reception at their home, 265 Merriman Road, honoring new members of the faculty. Blue and Cold were used in the color scheme. October 8 Wayne Myers, Delbert Auten, Theodore Secrest, William Egan, and Harold Hunter were initiated into Sigma Upsilon following the banquet at Motor Inn. October 11 Lambda Chi Alpha was host at co-ed luncheon preceding the Kent game. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell was honor guest. October 13 In celebration of its sixtieth anniversary. Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a campus tea at the house from 4:00-5:30 The Founder’s Day banquet was held at the University Club at 6:30. October 15 Zeta Tau Alpha observed its Founder’s Day with a spread at the house. Mrs. Jane S. Barnhardt was honor guest. October 17 Howard Wolfe and his Rainbow Players provided the music for the informal dance of Sigma Delta Theta, held at the Academy Bell, Hudson. Page 196 October 18 The Sophomore Class dance was held at the Woman’s City Club, with Paul Strickler’s orchestra playing from 9:00-12:00. Elizabeth Myers was chosen sophomore queen, and Margaret Kopf and Dorothy Lasher her attendants. James Eastman was in charge of the dance. October 20 A campus tea-dance was given by Phi Mu Sorority from 3:30-5:30 at the house. Ronald Switzer’s orchestra played. Miss Clara Kemler, new faculty advisor, was honored. October 21 The Chemistry Club held a wiener roast at Sand Run. October 24 Phi Kappa Delta entertained with a campus tea as a courtesy for its patronesses. Complimenting its national inspector, Alpha Gamma Delta held open house for all sororities on the campus. The University Theatre presented “So This Is London” at the Goodyear Theatre, in connection with the annual Homecoming celebration. October 25 Preceding the Homecoming game (with Baldwin-Wallace), Alpha Phi Gamma pledged Cleo Funk, Peggy Bailey, Caroline Pardee, Donald Shank, Hadley Ensign, Hyman Roseman, David McCallops, Paul Strickler, and Craydon Cooper. After the game the sororities and fraternities held open house. The annual Homecoming dance, an alumni-student informal, was given at the Woman’s City Club. Ernie Forrester’s orchestra played from 9:00-12:00. October 27 Alpha Epsilon Phi observed Founder’s Day with a banquet at the Portage Hotel. October 31 Mothers’ Club of Chi Theta Tau gave bridge-tea-dance at the fraternity house for the actives, from 3:30-5:30. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell was guest of honor. Orv Fair’s Entertainers played. Forty-five couples. The French Club held a reception in the Women’s League Rooms at 7 :30 in honor of Bernard Fay, who spoke in assembly and also before the club. Plans were made by Esther Griffiths and Caroline Pardee. Fall informal of the Commons Club was held at Richfield, with music by Jack Wolfe and his Melody Boys. Ed Bovey’s orchestra played for the Hallowe’en dance of Phi Kappa Delta at the Akron Pure Milk Hall. November 1 Thirty couples attended the informal house dance of Alpha Sigma Omicron. Werner Gille’s orchestra played from 9:00-12:00. The annual Hobo Hop of Kappa Kappa Gamma was given at Porter’s Barn, Bath. Music was by Bert Mann’s Colored Syncopators. Gene Smelser and George Winch made the arrangements for the in¬ formal house dance of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Paul Strickler’s orchestra provided the music from 9:00-12:00. Zeta Tau Alpha held its traditional Bowery Ball at the Suffield Town Hall. November 5 Omicron Delta Kappa initiated Carl Spessard, Thomas Van Sickle, and Don Shank after the banquet at the University Club. Page 197 November 7 Delta Gamma gave its fall informal dance at the Woman’s City Club. Paul Strickler and his orchestra played from 9:00-12:00. Thirty couples attended the dance, which was planned by Virginia Wigley. Eileen Kelly, assisted by the patronesses, made the arrangements for the benefit bridge given by Chi Lambda Phi at the Knights of Columbus Hall. November 8 The First University Informal was held at the Woman’s City Club from 9:00-12:00. Paul Strickler’s orchestra furnished the music. Special dances and prizes featured the dance. The committee consisted of Rufus Meadows, Louis Stoddard, and William Kruck. November 11 Alpha Sigma Omicron began its series of inter-fraternity exchange luncheons. November 14 Ernie Forrester’s orchestra played for the annual benefit dance of Alpha Gamma Delta which was given at the Knights of Columbus Hall. November 15 Fall pledge cruise of S. S. Phi Delta Theta at Silver Lake. Strickler’s Cobs played from 9:00-1 :00. Skippers were Miss Margaret Fanning and Dr. and Mrs. Robart. Jesse Fischer planned the bridge held at the Phi Kappa Rho house. En¬ tertainment was provided by the pledges. Twenty couples were present. November 20 Phi Kappa Delta honored its patronesses with a bridge at the University Club. In connection with its campus chocolataire, Delta Gamma sponsored an inter-sorority dollshow, with first prize being won by Chi Lambda Phi whose doll was most typical of its group. Miss Gladys Weeks and Mrs. Charles Bulger poured. Mary Kay Link was chairman of the social committee. Page 198 November 21 The Freshmen won the annual Frosh-Soph rush at Buchtel Field. Werner Cille’s orchestra provided the music for the fall informal dance of Lone Star Fraternity at Silver Lake Country Club. November 22 In honor of the pledges, Chi Theta Tau held a fall informal dance at Sil¬ ver Lake Country Club. Ed Bovey’s orchestra played from 9:00-12:00. Kermit Houser and Harry Schwarzmueller comprised the committee. Congress Lake Country Club was chosen for the Sigma Beta Nu fall pledge dance. Dancing was from 9:00-1 :00 with Paul Strickler ' s or¬ chestra playing. Louis Stoddard and Robert Plummer were in charge. The Thanksgiving Subscription Dance of Alpha Epsilon Phi was given at Rosemont Country Club. Joseph Correia’s orchestra provided the music. November 23 President and Mrs. George F. Zook entertained the members of the Uni¬ versity Theatre with a buffet supper at their home. November 24 Zeta Tau Alpha held a bridge at the house in honor of its patronesses. Mrs. Jane S. Barnhardt and Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson were guests. November 26 The University Theatre presented “Sun-Up” at the Goodyear Theatre. November 27-30 Inclusive Thanksgiving vacation. November 27 Mothers’ Club of Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a Thanksgiving breakfast to the actives and their friends preceding the Akron-Mt. Union game. November 28 Denny Thompson and his University Revelers played from 9:00-12:00 Page 199 for the Interfraternity informal dance at the Masonic Temple. The committee was composed of Ernest Woodrow, Gerald Waller, and Rich¬ ard Bowman. November 29 The Phi Mu informal dance took the form of a “Football Scuffle”, with decorations carried cut in Blue and Gold. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played. December 3 The Women ' s League sponsored the first of a series of monthly lunch¬ eons for all women on the campus. Ninety were served in the League Rooms. December 5, 8-11, 15, 16 Sorority rushing parties. December 12 The annual Military Ball, sponsored by Scabbard and Blade, was given at the Masonic Temple, with Denny Thompson and his University Rev¬ elers playing from 9:00-1 :00. During intermission the military sponsors and the members of Scabbard and Blade formed the letters “A” and “U”. Following this, the fraternity tapped William Neff, Robert Ham¬ lin, Harry Frantz, Gene Smelser, Harold Frye, Russell DeYoung, Fred Weber, Frank Witwer, and James Rutherford. December 1 3 The faculty had a Christmas party in Crouse Gvm, featuring old-fash¬ ioned dances and games. Everyone came in old-fashioned clothes of various periods. The grand march was led by President and Mrs. George F. Zook and Dr. and Mrs. Parke Kolbe. December 20-january 5 Christmas vacation. December 21 Sigma Delta Theta observed its Founder’s Day with a banquet at the University Club, followed by open house at the sorority rooms during the afternoon. December 22 Lone Star Fraternity held its Christmas formal at Congress Lake Country Club. Jack Horwitz and his orchestra played from 9:00-1 :00. The Co-Eds orchestra played for the winter formal of the Commons Club at the Women’s Community rooms of Goodyear Hall. A “Hard Times” smoker was given at the house by the actives for the alumni of Alpha Sigma Omicron. December 27 Prof, and Mrs. Francesco BeLeone and Miss Margaret Fanning were guests at the Lambda Chi Alpha formal held at Congress Lake. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played. Ed Bovey and his orchestra furnished the music for dancing from 9:00- 1 :00 at the Alpha Sigma Omicron formal which was given at Twin Lakes Country Club. December 29 A formal dinner-dance was given by Delta Gamma Sorority at Congress Lake Country Club. Dinner was served at 7:00, with dancing from 9:00-1 :00. Paul Strickler and his orchestra provided the music. Forty couples were present. Page 200 December 30 Denny Thompson and his University Revelers played for the Chi Lambda Phi formal held at Silver Lake Country Club. Miss Margaret Fanning and Mr. Ralph Van Metre were guests. December 31 Chi Theta Tau chose the Woman’s City Club for its annual New Year’s Eve formal. Werner Cille’s orchestra provided the music from 10:00- 2:00. Breakfast was served at the fraternity house following the dance. Rufus Meadows was in charge. January 1 Delta Gamma gave a New Year’s Day tea in honor of Delta Gamma mem¬ bers of the Scarlet Masque cast of " Hands Up”. Mrs. Howard Harpster and Mrs. John Weber, Jr., poured. January 2 Sigma Delta Theta held its annual Christmas formal at the University Club, with Werner Cille s orchestra playing. Thirty couples attended. Edith Stedman was chairman of the committee. January 3 Forty-five couples attended the formal supper-dance of Phi Mu Sorority held at Wycliffe Manor, Youngstown. Paul Strickler and his orchestra played. Alice Cooper planned the formal dance of Phi Kappa Delta, which was given at Twin Lakes Country Club. Werner Cille’s orchestra provided the music. January 10 Phi Delta Theta formal dinner dance at Lake Shore Hotel, Cleveland from 7:30-1:00. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played for dancing. Sixty couples attended. Zeta Tau Alpha held its second anniversary formal dance at the Univer¬ sity Club. Mrs. Jane Barnhardt, Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson, Prof. Mar¬ jorie Mitchell, and Mr. Ralph M. Van Metre were honor guests. Bovey’s orchestra played from 9:00-12:00. Two guests from each sorority and fraternity were invited. Seventy-five couples attended. Pauline Ken¬ nedy was chairman of the committee. January 14 Sigma Delta Theta pledges entertained all other sorority pledges with a pajama party at the Sigma Delt rooms from 8:00-10:00. Kappa pledges won prizes for best stunt. January 16 Founder’s Day. A Goodyear blimp dropped two wreaths on the campus in memory of John R. Buchtel and his wife. John A. Botzum spoke at assembly program at first M. E. Church. The University combined Glee Clubs presented “The Chocolate Soldier” at the Goodyear Theatre. January 17 The Founder’s Day Dance was held at the Armory. Paul Strickler’s or¬ chestra and Pelky’s Nite Hawks played from 8:30-12:00. January 24 Chi Theta Tau celebrated its tenth anniversary with a dinner at Kaase’s. January 26-31—Final Exams February 2 The Junior Prom was held at the Masonic Temple. Ed Day’s orchestra Page 201 played from 9:00-1 :00, the last hour being his famous “blue hour”. A buffet lunch was served at 11:30. Virginia Avery was chosen queen, with Elaine Stall and Margaret Hamlin attendants. Louis Stoddard was in charge of arrangements. February 5 Women’s League held tea-dance for freshman women at Woman’s City Club. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played from 4:00-6:00. February 7 The Home Economics Club held party at Semler’s Tavern. Coif, bridge and dancing afforded the evening’s diversion. Twenty-five couples at¬ tended. February 13 Chi Lambda Phi gave formal dinner at Breathnach Country Club honor¬ ing Miss Eleanor B. Sullivan, National officer of Theta Phi Alph ' a Sorority. February 14 The University Theatre presented “Holiday” at the Goodyear Theatre. Members of Chi Lambda Phi Sorority were initiated into Theta Phi Alpha. The new Sigma chapter of Theta Phi Alpha held formal dinner dance at University Club. Guests included one member from each soror¬ ity and fraternity on the campus. Denny Thompson and his University Revelers played for dancing. February 1 5 Sigma chapter of Theta Phi Alpha held installation tea at their rooms from 3 :00-5:00. February 19 Alpha Epsilon Phi celebrated its national annual courtesy day with a tea at the Woman’s City Club from 4:00-6:00. February 21 Faculty held reception at Woman’s City Club honoring Prof. C. R. Olin who has given 43 years’ service at Akron University. Professor Olin was Page 202 presented with a faculty testimonial inscribed on parchment, and a morocco wallet by Dean A. I. Spanton. Sigma Beta Nu held formal dinner dance at Akron City Club from 7 :30-12:30, celebrating its eighth anniversary. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played for dancing. February 25 Delta Gamma held campus tea at the sorority house from 3:30-6:00. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell and Miss Ruth McPeake poured. February 28 Pierian pledged Eleanor Flickinger, Ruth Owsley, Myrtelle Bendure, Mary Sue MacKenzie, Marian Walsh, Prof. Marjorie Mitchell, Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson and Mrs. George F. Zook, at its Freshman Welcome Dance at the Woman’s City Club. The University Revelers played from 9:00- 12:00. Ellen Palmer, Rita McShaffrey, and Ruth Zeis made arrangements. March 1 President and Mrs. George F. Zook entertained the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. with a George Washington Vesper Tea at their home. Miss Eldora Flint and Irene Russell poured. University Theatre entertained President and Mrs. Zook, Prof, and Mrs. Donald Hayworth, Prof, and Mrs. L. C. McNabb, and the cast of “The Swan” at the Delta Gamma house at 8:00. March 3 Phi Mu celebrated its Founder’s Day with a banquet at Fairlawn Golf Club. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell was honor guest. March 5 Phi Mu pledges entertained other sorority pledges with a hard times party at the Phi Mu house. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played. March 7 Werner Gille’s orchestra provided the music for the Kappa Kappa Gamma formal dinner-dance held at the University Club. March 1 3 Delta Gamma gave a St. Patrick’s informal dance at Silver Lake Country Club. Paul Strickler’s orchestra played from 9:00-1 :00. Virginia Wig- ley in charge. March 14 Catherine Simmons was chosen queen of the Engineers, and Frank Ream as the handsomest man at the Engineers Brawl at the W. B. A. ballroom. Music was by Paul Strickler and his orchestra Delta Gamma celebrated its annual reunion with a luncheon at the Portage Country Club. Page 203 March 16-20 Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. held religious discussion forums in the Women’s League Rooms. March 20 Alpha Gamma Delta pledges gave a dance for the actives at Breathnach Country Club. March 21 The University Theatre presented “The Swan” at the Y. W. C. A. audi¬ torium. March 24 Omicron Delta Kappa held initiation banquet at the Phi Delta Theta house for Edgar Wentsler, Harold Hunter, Hadley Ensign, Harold Scroe- der, Frank Witwer, and Kenneth Roberts. March 28 The Freshman Class dance was given at the Y. M. C. A. ballroom, with Paul Strickler’s orchestra playing from 9:00-12:00. Idabelle Peterson was chosen freshman queen, with Mary Anne Townsend and Mary Sonn- halter as attendants. Arrangements for the dance were made by John Sonnhalter. March 28-April 6 Easter vacation. March 30 A Lone Star serenade featured the Phi Mu slumber party at the house, honoring the pledges. April 3 Charles Hazlett arranged the informal dance of Phi Delta Theta held at Breathnach Country Club. April 4 Paul Strickler and his orchestra played for the Lone Star house dance from 9:00-12:00. Lambda Chi Alpha gave an informal house dance with Jack Wolfe’s Melody Boys providing the music. April 9 Following the banquet. Alpha Phi Gamma initiated Lucille Himebaugh, Wayne Myers, Benjamin Mizel, and Hyman Roseman at the Chi Theta Tau house. April 11 Sigma Delta Theta held informal dance at the Akron City Club. Werner Cilie’s orchestra played. Informal dance of Phi Kappa Delta was given at Breathnach Country Club. April 16 Phi Kappa Delta celebrated its ninth anniversary with a banquet at Motor Inn. April 17 Denny Thompson and his University Revelers played from 9:00-1:00 for the annual Panhellenic formal at the Masonic Temple. Prof. Marjorie Mitchell and the faculty advisors of each sorority were guests. Made¬ line Bernard was chairman of the committee. Page 204 April 18 Phi Kappa Rho observed its Founder’s Day with a banquet at the frater¬ nity house. April 29 Sigma Delta Theta held open house from 4:00-6:00, with Miss Dorothy Sanderson and Mrs. J. H. Sonnhalter presiding at the tea table. May 4 Alpha Sigma Omicron celebrated its Founder’s Day with a dinner at Young’s Hotel. May 5 Pierian held initiation banquet at Fairlawn Country Club. May 7-18 Sorority rushing parties. May 8 Kappa Kappa Gamma held a benefit bridge at the homes of the actives and pledges. May 9 The Second University Informal was held at the Woman’s City Club, with Paul Strickler’s orchestra playing. May 22 Panhellenic Council gave a tea in Women ' s League Rooms in honor of Dean Thrysa Amos. Chi Theta Tau chose Lake Shore Hotel, Cleveland, for its formal dinner- dance. May 23 Sigma Beta Nu formal dance. May 27 Omicron Delta Kappa held its annual banquet at the University Club. Sixty-five actives and alumni attended. May 28 Annual Tree Day informal dance. May 29 Tree Day was observed at Good Park. In the evening “The Chimes of Normandy”, an operetta, was presented at Goodyear Theatre by the combined glee clubs. May 30 Alpha Sigma Omicron spring formal. June 5 Lone Star formal at Lake Shore Hotel. June 6 Lambda Chi Alpha formal. Zeta Tau Alpha formal. Phi Kappa Rho formal. Delta Gamma spring formal. Page 205 june 8-12 Final examinations. June 12 Senior Prom at Mayflower Hotel. Rufus Meadows, chairman. June 13 Senior play, “The Circle” at Goodyear Theatre. June 14 Baccalaureate at Central High auditorium. June 15 Senior picnic. June 16 Commencement. f fjj- It Page 206 JUST A BUNCH OF GIRLS 2 2 2 Page 207 Wm . THE UNIVERSITY THEATRE by DON ADAMS KEISTER The 1930-31 season of the University Theatre can hardly be called a suc¬ cessful one. Four plays of varying merit were given with varying degrees of competence. Those of us who, after last year’s fine performances, expected at least as much this year, were disappointed. Let us see how it happened. Professor L. C. McNabb came to the University in September, replacing Mr. L. C. Mendenhall as head of the department of dramatics. The University Theatre met and was organized with Miss Shirley Reaven as President, Mr. H. Theodore Cox as Vice-president, Miss Ruth Dix as Secretary, and Mr. Jesse Fischer as Business Manager. In addition to these members, the Board of Directors included Rita McShaffrey, Irene Schwartz, Robert Schmaltz, Arthur Miller, Fritzi Cook, and Donald Shank. The first play chosen for production was “So This Is London’’, a purely popular play of no value artistically or dramatically, authored by Arthur Goodrich. It was presented at the Goodyear Theatre the evening of October 24. The cast included Dean Stombaugh, Ruth Dix, Madeline Cogan, Har¬ rison Fulton, Irene Schwartz, William Egan, Cyril Jones, Sidney Walker, Fritzi Cook, James Easton, and Lawrence Early. Miss Schwartz, Miss Cogan and Mr. Fulton gave competent performances. Lulu Vollmer’s “Sun Up” was the next selection. Here is a play of the mountaineer country, replete with the sentimentalities and absurd dra¬ matic devices of a mediocre playwright. It does, however, aspire somewhat higher than “So This IS London” and it might be called for that reason a bet¬ ter play. The cast chosen was certainly more satisfactory than that of the previous production. The performance was consequently better, and some of us began to hope that if a good play could be united to a good cast, the present season might be more successful than the first production indicated. The cast included Doris Thompson, Harold Kannel, Billie Rector, Charles Jahant, H. Theodore Cox, James Easton, William Kruck, Donald Shank, and William Egan. Miss Thompson was especially fine as the Widow Cagle. Miss Rector, Mr. Cox, and Mr. Shank also gave creditable interpretations. In February, “Holiday” was produced. Philip Barry’s play is one of the best examples of American drama to reach the stage. It has depth, and at the same time brilliancy. It is typical of American civilization (if you can call it that) in its flippant, laughing treatment of serious matters. On the surface an amusing, wise-cracking comedy; underneath something much more than that. Here was the play—but the cast was not forthcoming. It was an ambitious attempt; unluckily it never got far beyond an attempt. The cast: Shirley Reaven, Allan Moore, Julian V. Secctor, Cyril Jones, Esther Griffiths, Thomas Van Sickle, Arthur Miller, Harold Hunter, Josephine Schlemmer, Irma Rugers, James Stambaugh, and Helen Goff. The outstand¬ ing performances were those of Miss Reaven as Julia, and Mr. Van Sickle as Ned. Unfortunately, the principal part, Linda Seton, was not so well done; while Mr. Jones’ Johnny Case was unconvincing. The last play chosen was Ferenc Molnar’s “The Swan”. This drama of the famous Viennese is cleverly and amusingly written comedy, as charming as a Straus waltz. “The Swan”, presented the evening of March 21, was the most successful production of the season. It was the play that united good drama with a good cast; it could not help but be successful. The cast con¬ sisted of William Kruck, Albert Schwa rtz, Ruth Dix, Rita McShaffrey, Irma Rugers, James Stambaugh, Fritzi Cook, Charles Ream, George Jameson, Page 208 Charles Jahant, William Cranmer, Janice Cahill, Julia West, Irene Schwartz, Billie Rector, Mable Solomon, James Fouse, James Glennen, Lucius Benedict, Dean Stombaugh, and Allen Moore. The leading parts were all done very well. Miss Rugers as Alexandra, Miss McShaffrey as Princess Beatrice, Mr. Stambaugh as Father Hyacinth, Miss Cook as Symphorosa, and Miss West as Princess Maria Dominica were most noticeably excellent. Owing to the illness of Professor McNabb, Dr. Hayworth, head of the Speech Department, cast and directed the play. One of the discoveries of the year was Miss Vivian Dickenson, whose designs for the sets of " Holiday” and “The Swan” were very attractive. Besides these four full-length plays one single act play was presented several times, in chapel, and about town. It was Booth Tarkington’s ‘‘The Trysting Place”, a fairly amusing comedy in typical Tarkington style. Those playing in the " TheTrysting Place” were Esther Griffiths, William Egan, Lenore Chambers, Robert Schmaltz, Rita McShaffrey, Arvine Honeywell, Charles Bryant and H. Theodore Cox. The novelty of the year was the presentation of Professor Hayworth’s radio playlet, " Joan of Arc” over station WEAO at Columbus. The Uni¬ versity of Akron was one of six Ohio colleges entered in the radio play contest. Akron was given first place. Esther Griffiths played the part of Joan, and H. Theodore Cox that of Bishop Cauchon. Others in the cast were James Rutherford, Charles Jahant, Elliot Wainer, James Stambaugh, and George Jamison. The announcing was done by Jesse Fischer. Gene Shannon assisted Professor Hayworth in the adaptation of the play. Altogether, the past season of University drama was hardly satisfactory. ‘‘The Swan” was the bright spot of the year. Financially, the usual order was reversed, and things went from bad to good. The returns from the first plays were on the wrong side of the ledger, but " The Swan” actually made money—an event unprecedented in the history of the University Theatre. The University Theatre, however, is now an established adjunct of the University. It will continue to exist. What it needs most of all is less dissension within itself and more intelligent interest from the outside. The University Theatre has thus far been orphaned to the confines of the Speech Department, while football, basketball, and journalistic ventures were the petted and favorite sons. It is about ready to take to long trousers; it is an adolescent, and adolescents notoriously need careful, helpful attention. The requisite support, added to its present health and supply of material, ought to make the University Theatre an important and successful part of the in¬ tellectual life of Akron.—Here’s luck, anyway. No! Not the old folk at home! Just the faculty on a wild spree— Do you recognize the three flap¬ pers in the center? The three " beer barons " just below? Page 210 The handsome devil with the fish — no not the Phi Mu ' s — is the Business Mgr. of the book—notice how close he is to " Evy " Page 211 y 1 R. O. T. C. ' ■ . REGIMENTAL STAFF AND COLORS OSCAR E. OLIN, Ph. D. Honorary Colonel, Regimental Chaplain LAURA E. STALL Honorary Lieutenant Colonel, Sponsor, First Battalion KENNETH COCHRANE Cadet Colonel, Commanding Regiment IRVIN W. TURINA Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, Regimental Execu¬ tive, and Commanding First Battalion HARMON C. SHIVELY Cadet Major, Commanding Second Battalion JAMES F. ADAMS Cadet Captain, Regimental Adjutant WILLIAM E. NEFF Cadet Captain, Regimental Intelligence Officer LEROY BITCON Cadet Captain, Regimental Operations Officer GERALDINE C. YOUNG Honorary Colonel, Regimental Sponsor ELEANOR SONNHALTER Honorary Major, Sponsor, Second Battalion HAROLD E. FRYE Cadet Captain, Regimental Supply Officer PAUL P. GERMAN Cadet First Lieutenant, Adjutant First Battalion CHARLES E. DOERLER Cadet First Lieutenant, Supply Officer First Battalion ELMER M. SCHARENBERG Cadet First Lieutenant, Adjutant Second Battalion FLOYD C. KRAUSE Cadet First Lieutenant, Supply Officer Second Battalion NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF HARRY W. FRANTZ Cadet Master Sergeant, Regimental Sergeant Major EUGENE R. SMELSER Cadet Master Sergeant, Regimental Supply Sergeant ARLAND R. WELLS Cadet Staff Sergeant, Regimental Color Sergeant ROBERT E. PREUSSE Cadet Staff Sergeant, Regimental Color Sergeant FRED C. WEBER Cadet Staff Sergeant, Sergeant Major First Battalion RALPH C. WYKOFF Cadet Staff Sergeant, Supply Sergeant Second Battalion ROBERT G. WADDELL Cadet Staff Sergeant, Acting Sergeant Major, Second Battalion Page 216 SPONSORS GERALDINE CAROLYN YOUNG Honorary Colonel, Regimental Sponsor LAURA ELAINE STALL Honorary Lieutenant Colonel, First Battalion ELEANOR SONNHALTER Honorary Major, Second Battalion CHARLOTTE IRENE MACKEY ELLEN FRANCES PALMER Honorary Captain, Company B MARY SUE MacKENZIE Honorary Captain, Company C VIRGINIA HARRIET AVERY Honorary Captain, Companies D and F MARY ANNE TOWNSEND Honorary Captain, Companies E and G Honorary Captain, Company A EILEEN LOUISE KELLY Honorary First Lieutenant, Band A J j §r ■ m • ' J ' j1 • jH f jm W V M ws ..Jpg ' CiJ y B A WILLIAM E. STRASSNER Warrant Officer, 135th Field Artillery, Ohio National Guard; Professor of Voice and Wood- Winds; Director EILEEN L. KELLY Honorary First Lieutenant, Sponsor NORMAN E. WENTSLER Cadet First Lieutenant, Commanding Cadet Louis R. Stoddard Erwin S. Reinker Cadet John C. Griffith Terence E. Williams Harold R. Mikolashek Lawrence C. Knecht N D S. WILLIAM GOFF Cadet Second Lieutenant, Administrative Officer THOMAS VAN SICKLE Cadet Warrant Officer, formerly Student Director MAC L. GODDARD Cadet Warrant Officer, Student Director MAURICE D. CLARK Cadet Staff Sergeant, Drum Major Sergeants Laverne E. Cheyney Homer R. Caler, Librarian Corporals William C. Packan Ronald E. Switzer Joseph C. Lovering Howard C. Ott Cadet Privates, First Class Gilbert A. Harts James A. Fouse Robert C. Appleby Frederick C. Tarbox James L. Reynolds James F. Black Ralph G. Hoskin Cadet Privates George J. Barber George H. Caldwell William M. Collins John C. Cooper William H. Cranmer Harold Creenberger Charles D. Haley John D. Hall Richard D. Heyburn Fred R. Huston Gilbert H. Jauchem Morris K. Leach William C. Leavenworth Walter Long Gerald M. Morris Fred F. Oplinger Charles H. O’Neil Norman O. Roundy Eugene W. Sankey Richard H. Stahl Harold C. Thomas Charles S. Tucker Clifford Unser Francis E. Willey Kenneth L. Willey James O. Wilson Pete J. Yenicky Harold A. Zintel Page 218 COMPANY A CHARLOTTE I. MACKEY Honorary Captain, Sponsor WAYNE C. HAMMOND Cadet Captain, Commanding ROBERT H. FULTON Cadet First Lieutenant, Administrative Officer ARVINE J. V. HONEYWELL Cadet First Lieutenant, Commanding First Platoon PRESTON B. BERCIN Cadet Second Lieutenant, Commanding Second Platoon ROBERT E. HAMLIN Cadet First Sergeant David C. Radam Chester R. Marshall Robert M. Erwine John S. Ciegel Dean H. Bishop Abe S. Cohen Roy C. Creps William J. Egan James W. Clennen Joseph Cruccio Charles A. Jahant Herman C. Baltes J. Carlton Blalock Victor H. Buticofer Howard A. Connelly John G. Cooper William H. Crafts William A. Darulis Jack V. Deetjen Cadet Sergeants Ernest J. Schultz Cadet Corporals James P. Hutchinson Edward C. Jenkins Stanley E. Kyle Cadet Privates Farrell E. Driesbach John L. Feudner John P. Ceis Leo E. Heisser George M. Jameson William C. Macbriar Howard E. Mills Arthur Moore M. Lloyd Moyer Ralph I. Spade Vaughn V. Wheeler Charles E. Putt Paul M. Zeis George P. Smith Wilson A. Sparhawk Harold A. Stebic John E. Weiler Branko J. Widick Ralph Winer Kenneth I. Wood Charles H. O’Neil John F. Stoffer Albert Titmas John D. Turner Harry E. Venner Donald H. Walker Paul B. Wetzel Charles V. Zeno Cadet Privates, First Class Charles A. McClelland Robert E. Mills Robert A. Murdock Earl A. Roth William J. Ryan Robert J. Salyerds Alfred P. Schlegel Page 2 COMPANY B ELLEN F. PALMER Honorary Captain, Sponsor REX R. ARNETTE Cadet Captain, Commanding ALBERT NATHANSON Cadet First Lieutenant, Administrative Officer and Commanding First Platoon WILLIAM E. WALKUP Cadet First Lieutenant, Commanding Second Platoon LEON J. SACKS Cadet Second Lieutenant CLETUS J. FITZHARRIS Cadet First Sergeant Cadet Sergeants Raymond C. Wise Milan B. Chordar Herman E. Rabe William E. Wolfe Lucius C. Benedict James W. Easton George P. Unverzavt Albert Abood William C. Kruck Jay P. Alexander Arthur H. Anthony Adolph Brown James Clare John E. Grady Herbert L. Holcomb Frederick E. Horn Dwight E. Amspoker Robert G. Appleby Vincent J. Biondo Jacob C. Brooks Howard T. Chenoweth George Chordar Earl H. Davis James j. Fanning Cadet Corporals James Laurence Joseph N. Rinaldo William H. Maryanski Ralph M. Sloat Cadet Privates, First Class Harold L. Hudson Charles A. Jessop John W. Jones Morris Mendelson Lemuel E. Miller John K. Murdock Albert M. Ott Harold W. Rolph Rex K. Shaul Sydney Smith Michael G. Killian Henry W. Kohl Louis F. Lombardi Thomas B. McConnaughy Cadet Privates Floyd R. Gaugler Harold J. Kannel William E. Kneale Martin G. Lenk Harold A. Levin Fulton S. D. Mahan Eugene T. Maloney Floyd A. Moore Fred W. Powell Richard W. Ruff Nelson R. Sherman John J. Sonnhalter Norman H. Starbird John L. Stehle Anthony H. Stowe Nick C. Syracopolous James D. Stambaugh Dean R. Stombaugh Cleveland C. Soper Leroy A. Speck Clayton Le R. Straw Georgory Susko Kent W. Woodward George J. Yasosky Nick D. Van Doros Julius P. Voltz Edward J. Volz Howard R. Walker Hymen Weisberg Carl L. Wile Howard J. Wilson Page 220 - COMPANY C MARY S. MACKENZIE Honorary Captain, Sponsor JAMES E. RUTHERFORD Cadet Captain, Commanding LEROY BITCON Cadet Captain, (attached), Administrative Of¬ ficer and Commanding First Platoon WILLIAM J. EMERICK Cadet Second Lieutenant, Commanding Second Platoon FRANK C. WITWER Cadet First Sergeant Wilbur L. Barnes Richard R. Bowman Cadet Sergeants James E. Dameron Hirsh Kaplan John A. Pamer Cadet Corporals Lawerence T. Early Irving S. Gharkey Richard E. Stull Harold F. Hennessy Cadet Privates, First Class Howard E. Bailey Robert Hartman Lloyd G. Linder Arthur J. McDowell Arthur A. Buzzelli James D. D’lanni William H. Falor Jess H. Fischer Leslie D. Gilcher Charles R. Goehler Charles H. Hahn John W. Hofer Cadet Privates Cornelius G. Johns Winston H. Kirk Walter C. Long Samuel M. Mancovitz Harold C. Proehl Louis Rosenfeld Julian V. Secttor Howard J. Seeger Bruce A. Shepard Harry W. Tausch Michael W. Thomman Lawrence L. Ufford Wilbert A. Warner Harold E. Welling Robert N. Whitson Harold A. Zintel COMPANY D (Second Semester, combined with Company E.) VIRGINIA H. AVERY Honorary Captain, Sponsor D and F MARY A. TOWNSEND Honorary Captain, Sponsor E and G FINLAY J. MANSON Cadet Captain, Commanding E JOHN H. BUCKLEY Cadet Captain, Commanding D Louis J. Brennon, D. Russell D. Shively, D Kermit O. Christman, Cadet First Lieutenants, Rotating as Platoon Commanders |ohn Richardson, E. Clifford D. Springston, D. Robert L. Major, E. Cadet Second Lieutenants, Rotating as Platoon Officers Harry Schwarzmueller, D. D. Russell A. Gerber, D. Cadet First Sergeants Henry F. Watkins, D. Simon Wansky, E. John G. Watson, E. William R. Hunn, D. Cadet Sergeants Francis P. Christman Ralph Grosjean Lee Shelestovich Victor H. Simon Cadet Corporals Arthur B, Conger Frank Legar Robert M. McFarland Ronald B. Martz George J. Meyers Norbert J. Schapiro Clarence E. Symns Glenn R. Viers Victor Weltzien Cadet Privates, First Class Donald T. Fritch Clifford J. Hall Ralph W. Hartz Frank G. Rekus Cadet Privates Herman Baltis Max Bosick Clyde A. Browne J. Radcliffe Buxton Jack Carlton Rawle W. Christman Robert A. Couts William Crafts William Dennemiller Richard Felver Franklin J. Falk Richard 1. Felver Gerald P. Flanigan Frank F. Fricker Donald K. Gantz John A. Gill Alex Gutsow Frank W. Hammett Robert B, Jaques Henry J. Kerber Jim 1. Kovack Donald E. Laubach Harry E. Ley William Ley James Loveridge Glenn D. Matti Thomas J. Mondl Vern L. Oldham Elmer 0. Roundy Foster M. Rush Edward Safi Frank J. Saus George H. Simmons Stanley W. Snyder Edgar H, Stratton Everett R. Tittle Julius Weiss Alexander G. Walker Earle A. Yount Page 222 COMPANY F (Second Semester, combined with Company G ) VIRGINIA H. AVERY Honorary Captain, Sponsor D and F MARY A. TOWNSEND Honorary Captain, Sponsor E and C DELBERT E. AUTEN Cadet Captain, Commanding F JOHN R. CHENOT Cadet Captain, Commanding C Cadet First Lieutenants, Rotating as Platoon Commanders Clifford D. Springston, D, (attached) Elmer M. Scharenberg, D, (attached) Foster R. Woodward, F Cadet Second Lieutenants, Rotating as Platoon Commanders and Officers Paul Badonsky, C Frank E. Ream, F Thomas E. Major, F Russell De Young, G Robert M. Davis, G William R. Hunn, D, (attached) George P. Murphy, F Charles R. Serfass, F, (attached B) Cadet First Sergeants Morris H. Wansky, F C. Wade Surbey, C F Cadet Sergeants Carroll P. Allard Phillip C. Syracoupoulos George W. Arnold Kenneth E. Bachtel Gordon W. Perry C Walter A. Lorenz Virgil R. Kamp Harry O. Luyster Ronald C. Renninger Louis E. Buntz Cadet Corporals Norman E. DuPratt Boris C. Nixon Cadet Privates, First Class Howard G. Beck William R. Graham William L. Campbell Ralph W. Hartz Cadet Privates Carl E. Bricker Joseph W. Brumley Harry Coorsh David W. Griffith Carl C. Green Frank A. Goddard Melvin S. Lange Raymond Hamontree Harold M. Littrick Nathan H. Kamin Carl E. Kruse William R. Kuhns Paul G. Wagner Edwin L. McDowell Henry G. Metzger Edward R. McCormick Robert H. Wetzel Melvin T. McMasters William Mitchell Irving J. Olson Jacob Ostroff Ben H. Rawls Willis R. Wormala Glen C. Robinson Norman O. Roundy Henry Schiepan Max E. Schultz Gilbert V. Soper Page 223 MILITARY FACULTY ORAL E. CLARK, Major, Infantry, Detached Officers’ List, United States Army. Graduate, In¬ fantry School, Advanced Course, 1923; graduate, command and General Staff School, 1929. Honorary lota Sigma and Kappa Pi, University of Tennessee. Professor of Mili¬ tary Science and Tactics, and Instructor Second Year Advanced Class. ROBERT E. SWAB, Captain Infantry, Detached Officers’ List, United States Army. Graduate, Infantry School, Company Officers’ Course, 1923. Instructor First Year Advanced Course. LEWIS S. NORMAN, Captain, Infantry, Detached Officers’ List, United States Army. Gradu¬ ate, Infantry School, Basic Course, 1921. LL. B., Chattanooga College of Law, 1917, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Phi Delta Theta, Georgia School of Technology. Instructor Second Year Basic Course. WILLIAM E. STRASSNER, Warrant Officer, 135th Field Artillery, Ohio National Guard, formerly Chief Musician, 5th Infantry, Ohio National Guard; Musician, Company F, 8th Infantry, Ohio National Guard; Master Sergeant (Band-Master) 134th Field Artillery, Ohio National Guard, Director Thayer Military Band, Director and Instructor, Band. HENRY METZGER, Master Sergeant, United States Army, Retired. Graduate, Quartermaster Department School of Textiles, Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot, 1912. (Formerly First Lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps, United States Army.) Instructor First Year Basic Course. STEVE KISH, Sergeant, Detached Enlisted Men’s List, United States Army. (Formerly Captain, Quartermaster Co rps, United States Army. Retired March 31st, 1931, after thirty years of service.) Assistant Instructor, First Year Basic Course. Page 224 TEL-BUCH EDITORIAL STAFF DONALD j. SHANK Editor-in-chief Helen Goff ) Kenneth Roberts f.Associate Editors Thomas Van Sickle J Doris Apel, Irene Russell.Assistant Art Editor Wylanne Harper.Copy Editor Helen McGrath .Club Editor William Egan.Feature Editor Jesse Fischer, Gerald Waller.Fraternity Editors Margaret Hamlin, Mary Jackson.Sorority Editors Myrtelle Bendure.Senior Class Editor Charles Doerler.Photograph Editor Eleanor Flickinger.Snapshot Editor Hyman Roseman..Sports Editor Katherine Wharton .Women’s Sport Editor Vincent Johnson, Geraldine Young . . . .Makeup Editors Shirley Reaven.Secretary TEL-BUCH BUSINESS STAFF PAUL W. STRICKLER Business Manager Craydon Cooper. Dean Bishop Howard Ott Frank Witwer • • • Hyman Roseman Eugene Maloney Mary Elizabeth Jackson Edward Gallaher. Wayne Myers. Arthur Wood. Mac Goddard. Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Managers .Credit .... Asst. Credit .Circulation Asst. Circulation Secretary Manager Manager Manager Manager BUCHTELITE EDITORIAL STAFF HAROLD R. HUNTER Editor-in-chief Wayne Myers | Kenneth Roberts [ .Associate Editors John Pittenger J Cleo Funk.News Editor Lucile Himebaugh.Assistant News Editor Caroline Pardee .Society Editor Hadley Ensign.Feature Editor Hyman Roseman.Sports Editor William Egan .Intercollegiate Editor Albert Schlegal .Issue Editor Paul Strickler.Copy Editor Allan Blackman .Columnist Suzanne Voige .Copy Reader Kathryn Armstrong.Secretary Page 228 BUCHTELITE BUSINESS STAFF BEN MIZEL Business Manager Harold Kannel Arthur Wood Elizabeth Perks .... John Feudner { Frank Brenneman ' Dean Bishop. Laurence Ufford Verne Oldham ' John Sonnhalter . . . . Louise Palmer Elizabeth Myers i Jesse Fischer . Wayne Myers. Craydon Cooper . . . . Margaret Hamlin . . . . . . .Assistant Business Managers .Advertising Manager . .Assistant Advertising Managers .Collection Manager . . .Assistant Collection Managers .Circulation Manager . .Assistant Circulation Managers .Accountant . . .National Advertising Manager .Advertising Statistician . Secretary Page 229 BUCHTELITE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT STAFF Chalmers Stewart .Editor John Pittenger .Associate Editor The Literary Supplement is sponsored by Sigma Up- silon, men’s honorary literary fraternity. It appears four times each year. Page 230 THE 1931 TEL-BUCH It is customary for the Editor of every Tel-Buch to state, in somewhat glowing terms, that his staff has been a model of loyalty and efficiency. It is not the purpose of this Editor to tell such obvious untruths. Tel-Buch staffs are notoriously over-rated. It is time that the illusions about their painstaking labours be dispelled. So, as an example to future occupants of the editorial chair, we take this opportunity to tell the staff exactly what we think of them. (The impersonal “we” is really not neces¬ sary, for the opinions are solely those of the Editor.) In the first place, most of the applicants for positions were persons in search of easy “A” Key points. I n the second place, most of those selected for staff positions did nothing. In the third place, those persons who did not receive positions were very surly and impolite. However, if it had not been for the gracious and patient aid of Miss Helen Goff, the advice and work of Mr. Kenneth Roberts, and the attention to details of Miss Helen McGrath and Miss Myrtelle Bendure, this book could never have appeared. Our association with Mr. Strickler has been at all times very pleasant. We have enjoyed working with Mr. M . P. Boggs and Mr. U. S. Vance. Miss Gladys Weeks and Miss Ebba Larson have also been very helpful. In conclusion, we make no apologies for the book which we are present¬ ing. It stands or falls purely upon its own merits or faults. In either case the responsibility is on our shoulders.—The Editor. Page 23 1 THE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASON The greatest gridiron aggregation in the history of the University of Akron. That was the honor justly and deservedly bestowed upon Coach Blair’s 1930 football charges. Why? Other Zipper teams may have compiled better percentage records than these gridders, who concluded the season with seven victories out of eight and who suffered the lone defeat at the hands of the most powerful combine in the state, but few other Akron teams earned such loyal support. This colorful and fighting eleven attracted not only the whole-hearted interest and support of the student body but also of the majority of the citizens of Akron and the surrounding neighborhood. For the first season in the his¬ tory of Buchtel Field the stadium was not large enough to hold the countless admirers who thronged weekly to watch the Zippers perform. At his first call to arms, Coach Howard H. Blair must have realized that football history on the Hilltop was in the making. At the first practice he was greeted by the familiar faces of 13 lettermen of the 1929 eleven, which Page 2}7 had annexed runnerup honors in the Ohio Conference. There was in addition a host of ambitious darkhorses. After a few workouts he selected a tentative lineup which strongly re¬ sembled the one of the previous year. In fact this lineup contained but one newcomer, Terry Williams. The backfield included the dynamic All-Ohio star, “Red” Cochrane, Harold Frye, Igs Florin, and Harold Thomas. On the forward wall were Carl Spessard, Larry Hinkle, Dope Witwer, Deb Auten, Willard Schmittgen, Terry Williams, and Firpo Falls. The Zipper camp received its first setback in the second week of prac¬ tice. Harold Frye, brainy signal-barker, was injured in scrimmage and forced to doff his moleskins for some five weeks, which meant that he could not be seen in action until the Wooster game. To offset the gloom, Coach Blair an¬ nounced a few days later that Harold’s brother, Peg, had returned to school and would be out for the halfback post which he held the year before. In 1929 he had gained the reputation of being the best blocker in the conference. The Cold and blue gridsters opened the season against the Toledo Rock¬ ets on Buchtel Field September 27. In fact every football game except the Wooster fray was played on the home gridiron. Let by Red Cochrane, who directed the team from the quarterback position, the Zippers ran rough¬ shod over the Rockets to win 41 to 0. The Toledoans could not stop the elu- sive Cochrane and as a result he scampered through the entire opposing team to score four times. Functioning excellently as one unit, the eleven scrappy Zippers gave promise of greater things to come. A great backfield had a possibly greater line to lead the way. Desiring to withhold his plan of attack from the eyes of Wooster scouts Coach Blair started his second-stringers against the Golden Flashes of Kent State on October 11. The visitors, however, proved better opposition than was expected and the regulars were rushed in soon after the Kent team scored. Cochrane came to the rescue in the second quarter with an 8-yard dash for a touchdown to tie the score, and Igs Florin bucked his way across the line later in the same quarter to assure victory 12 to 6. Then came the fracas which Coach Blair would rather win than any other game on the schedule—-the Wooster battle! A victory would mean possession for the second consecutive year of the ancient cowbells, emblem of superiority between these two formidable foes. The team, together with a following, left for Wooster in high spirits. Harold Frye, recovered from his injury, was slated to start at the quarter post. As starting time drew near Coach Boles of Wooster approached the Akron bench and announced that he would protest the game if Red Cochrane en- Page 240 f ®i§a ■ But the tricky Wooster mentor figured without the fighting spirit of the Blue and Gold clad warriors. Startled by the blow to Cochrane but in¬ spired by Blair ' s and Cochrane ' s sportsmanship, the Zippers outfought the Woosterites to come off the field on the long end of a 13 to 6 score. The whole backfield and Harold Thomas, in particular, played a bang-up game, while the Akron line made great gaps for the ball toters. Auten, Witwep Hinkle and Johnson, substituting for Spessard led the line attack. It was without doubt the most brilliant game of the season. Page 241 tered. Boles insisted that the fleet-footed Cochrane was ineligible because of participation in track four seasons before. As it was too late to prove Cochrane s eligibility the Coaches decided that Red was to watch the game from the sidelines. With Kenny Cochrane soon declared eligible and back in the fold the Zippers whitewashed the Baldwin-Wallace gridders 12 to 0 on Homecoming Day. The Oberlin Cyclists were next on the Program. And how eagerly their arrival was awaited by the Zipper veterans can be realized when one considers that this Oberlin combine had handed Akron its only defeat of the 1929 season. So by trouncing the Oberlin gridders 7 to 0, the Blairsmen not only kept the win side of their ledger untarnished, but also amply avenged themselves for the previous year’s game. Furthermore, this was the first time in two decades that an Akron team had beaten Oberlin. “We must play better, fight harder, and perform smoother than we have been doing so far this season to tumble the up-and-coming Scientists of Cleveland”—thus spoke Coach Blair before the Case game. Whether or not the Zippers did those very things can be readily ascertained by the fact that the final score read 25 to 0 with Akron on the large end. Then came the much heralded tilt of the year—Akron versus Heidelberg. This game featured the only two undefeated and untied teams in the state. Over 12,000 grid fans fought their way into Buchtel Field to see the Zippers, outweighed 17 pounds to a man gamely suffered their first and only loss of the year against the irresistible attack of the powerful Heidelberg Student Princes, 26 to 0. Even in defeat the Akron team showed its game¬ ness but Heidelberg was just too strong. The Zippers came back and won their final game by trimming the Mount Union team 20 to 0 in the annual Thanksgiving Day tilt. On a frozen field with snow falling heavily, Coach Blair’s proteges started out with a bang and tallied a touchdown in the opening minutes of play. This victory cinched runner-up honors for Akron in the Ohio Conference. It was a season Page 242 that Akron will never forget. The Ohio Conference seldom has the privilege of seeing such games as those with Wooster, Oberlin, and Heidelberg. The complete Akron record is as follows: Akron 41 .Toledo 0 Akron 12 .Kent 6 Akron 13 .Wooster 6 Akron 12.Baldwin-Wallace 0 Akron 7 .Oberlin 0 Akron 25 .Case 0 Akron 0 .Heidelberg 26 Akron 20 .Mount Union 0 130 38 Delbert Auten Milan Chordar Kenneth Cochrane Eugene Falls Vern Flaugher Igs Florin LETTER MEN Paul Frye Harold Frye Robert Hamlin Larry Hinkle Wally Johnson Willard Schmittgen Harold Sloop Carl Spessard Harold Thomas Terry Williams Frank Witwer Page 24 3 FROSH SOPHOMORE GAME A strong Freshman football team went down to defeat in the annual Sophomore-Freshman football game last November at Buchtel Field as a re¬ sult of a 75 yard run for a touchdown by George Myers, Sophomore quarter¬ back. Immediately after the opening kick-off, the Frosh started a drive for the enemy goal. After an exchange of punts, the plebes registered three first downs in succession but Myers intercepted a pass and scampered three-quar¬ ters the length of the field for the only score of the game. The yearlings threatened to score several times during the remaining three quarters but on each occasion the Soph defense strengthened suffi¬ ciently to avert a score. Myers, Irwine, and Sparhawk played best for the winners while Driesbach, Hammontree, and Stadtmiller put up the best game for the losing outfit. SOPHOMORES Shannon . Irwine . .IF. . L.T. FRESHMEN Horn . .LG. Barnes . .C. . Walker Bowman . . R.C. . Hall Williams . . R.T. . Volz Sparhawk (C) . . R.E. Myers . ■ Q. M. Chordar . . L.H. . C. Chordar Wells . . R.H. Schaefer .. . ,F. Sophomores . .6 0 0 0—6 Freshmen . .0 0 0 0—0 Substitutes: Sophomores—-Kohl, Hartz, Metzger, Oldham, Shaul, Wolf, Referee—Carman (0. S. U.). Putt, Roth, Jones, Cooper. U mpi re—Spessard. Packen. Freshmen— Head Linesman—Ensign. Field Judge—Dienoff. Page 244 THE 1931 BASKETBALL SEASON Coach Blair eagerly scanned some 35 bas- keteers or would-be basketeers, who had responded to the first call for drill in Crouse gym. He was intent on finding Newt Hall’s successor to the pivot position. Much to his consternation, however, Coach could not find one capable six-footer among the entire group, the largest aggregation ever to report for the cage sport on the Hilltop. The cage mentor then decided to build the team from the eight lettermen returning, of whom four had been regulars the previous year. These men were Red Cochrane, Igs Florin, Harold Frye, Fred Weber, Carl Spessard, Wallace Johnson, Chick Coehler, and Bill Cermann. With Red Cochrane, who was eligible for one semester, romping at the center post, the Zipper cagers trekked to Cleve¬ land, January 3, to hand the Case Scientists a 42 to 29 beating. However, the Western Reserve Red Cats avenged this trimming on their fellow Clevelanders by dropping the under-sized Zipps 28 to 25 four days later. The loss was due to the fact that the Blairsmen were slow in getting started, and, as a result, trailed 19 to 6 at the half. The Blue and Cold hoopsters came back to garner two wins on consecutive nights. The Akron five won its only home game of the year in trouncing the Oberlin Cyclists 38 to 23 January 15, and followed this with the defeat of Baldwin-Wallace 37 to 29 at Berea on January 16. The feature of these games was the bril¬ liant performance of Bill Cermann, a substi¬ tute of the previous year. His fine defen¬ sive work and clever handling of the ball earned him a regular berth. The remainder of the starting lineup during the first se¬ mester included Igs Florin at guard, Coch¬ rane at center, and Weber and Frye at for¬ ward. Page 246 With the arrival of the Heidelberg “Stu¬ dent Princes” in Akron, January 22, the Zipper quintet settled down into a slump. The Akronites fell under the Prince attack 35 to 31. Baldwin-Wallace and Case, who had both proven easy for the Rubber City five on foreign courts toppled the Hill top¬ pers 25 to 23 and 23 to 18 respectively in Akron. Kenneth (Red) Cochrane fought under the colors of the Blue and Cold for the last time in the Berean tilt. This left Coach Blair in ,a tough spot as he was hard put to find a man to fill the vacancy at the cen¬ ter position. Wilbur Barnes, former West High cage star, was finally selected to cover the assignment. During fhe second semes¬ ter Wilson Sparhawk and Carl Spessard frequently appeared in the lineup as centers or guards. Phil Dienoff, diminutive track star, saw quite a bit of action as a reserve forward. The Akron University courtmen annexed their last victory of the season in tripping the Kent Staters 28 to 25 at Kent. The Zippers concluded the season by dropping the last five tilts: Akron 33, Wooster 43; Akron 23, Mount Union 34; Akron 18, Wooster 44; Akron 29, Muskin¬ gum 40; and Akron 26, Mount Union 42. During this ill-fated season the Zippers won but four games out of 1 3 played, taking three out of six in the first semester. Letters were given to: Kenneth Cochrane Harold Frye Fred Weber Carl Spessard Wilbur Barnes Igs Florin Wilson Sparhawk Phil Dienoff William Cermann Page 247 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Mac Meadows MEN’S INTRAMURAL BOARD Richard Bowman Playing five men of varsity calibre, the Seniors encountered little opposi¬ tion in the interclass basketball tournament. With Harold Frye and Klipstein at forward, Hall at center, and Cochrane and Spessard at guard, the Seniors had little difficulty in winning all of their games by safe margins. The Juniors copped second place by winning two games and losing one. After defeating the Sophomores and Freshmen easily, the third-year men held the Senior offensive in check for nearly a half but the pace was too fast for them. The Sophomores and Freshmen finished third and fourth respectively. Lambda Chi Alpha won the interfraternity basketball toga by virtue of winning seven games while being on the short end of the score but once— their first game of the season when Chi Theta Tau nosed them out 19 to 18. Chi Theta Tau and Lone Star fraternities tied for second place, each winning six and losing two games. These two teams lost a chance to tie for first place by losing one game each to a mediocre team. The Chi Taus were downed by Alpha Sigma Omicron while the Union and the champs defeated the Lone Stars. Page 248 BASEBALL AND TRACK 19 3 1 BASEBALL SEASON Coach Fred Sefton’s Zipper baseballers annexed four out of nine tilts during the 1930 campaign. With Walt Peterson on the mound the entire route Akron won their first game of the season in downing the Hiram Terriers 9 to 2 at Buchtel Field April 25. Harold Frye connected for a homer in the seventh with one man on base. Akron.2 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 0—9 6 8 Hiram .0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0—2 8 3 The number 13 proved unlucky to the Zipper nine in their battle against the Mount Un ion diamondeers at Buchtel Stadium May 2 as the Akronites fell 13 to 2. Wayne Hammond led the Zipper offensive with two hits, one a three-bagger. Akron .0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0— 2 6 8 Mount .2 3 0 0 2 0 0 6 0—13 14 3 Although outclouting their foes, the Blue and Cold warriors suffered their second loss of the season against the Western Reserve Red Cats 10 to 5 at Buchtel Field May 7. The Zipps held a 2 to 0 lead at the end of the sec¬ ond inning but the Red Cats tallied 4 in the third and 3 in the fourth to put the game on ice. Akron .1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0— 5 8 1 Reserve .0 0 4 3 1 0 1 1 0—1 0 7 2 The Akron batmen then journeyed to Wooster to meet their formidable rivals May 17. After scoring nine runs in the first inning off Hammond the Woosterites were held to one lonely run the remainder of the game by Ray Wise, who was making his first appearance on the mound. His speed, de¬ ception, and fast-breaking curve completely baffled the Wooster aggrega¬ tion. The Zippers lost 8 to 10 after an uphill fight. Akron .0 1 2 5 0 0 0 0 0— 8 8 2 Wooster .9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—10 12 2 Against Western Reserve at Cleveland May 21 Raymond Wise proved that he was more than a “flash in the pan” in allowing the Cats four hits and three runs while his teammates were collecting 12 hits and four runs. Joe Cruccio and Harold Frye managed to garner three bingles apiece. Akron .0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0—4 12 5 Reserve .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0—3 4 4 Starting his second battle in three days, Wise bested Bement, Baldwin- Wallace ace in a 12 inning duel giving the Zippers a 4 to 3 verdict at Buchtel Field May 23. Wise brought in the winning run on a perfectly executed squeeze play in the final inning. Igs Florin came through with three hits. Akron .0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1—4 8 3 B.-W.2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—3 10 2 Wooster invaded Buchtel Field May 27 to walk off the diamond on the long end of a 12 to 2 score with every visitor making at least one hit. Besides starring in the field with eight assists and one putout to his credit, Biair Boblett aided the Zipper cause with a triple. Akron .0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0— 2 8 4 Wooster .0 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 3—1 2 13 1 If hits counted instead of runs the Zippers would have trounced Mount Union 13 to 8. As it was the Purple baseballers counted a run for every hit to nose out the Akron nine 8 to 6 at Alliance June 3 in the final game of the year. “Weeds” Hammond hit a homer in the initial chukker with Phil Dienoff on base to give Hilltoppers an early lead which was soon wiped out. Akron .3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0—6 1 3 2 Mt. Union .7 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 0—8 8 7 Page 251 TRACK 1930 Coach " Red” Blair’s Cold and Blue clad tracksters garnered but ten points in the 28th annual Big Six track meet held at Severance Stadium, Wooster, Ohio, May 31, 1930. Half the Zipper total was credited to Harold Frye, Akron’s mighty javelin thrower, who tossed the steel-tipped shaft 194 feet 9 3 A inches for first place honors. The throw was but a few feet short of the Big Six javelin record of 196 feet 8 3 A inches held by Stone of Wesleyan. Kenneth (Red) Cochrane took fourth place in the broad jump, an event which he had not previously entered. He hurled himself 21 feet 2 7 s inches through space to add two markers to the total. Over training proved fatal to Phil Dienoff, long distance runner, and Cy Woolcock, who specialized in the 440 and 880. Dienoff barely managed to get a fourth in the mile run and failed to place in the two mile, a distance in which he had not been beaten the entire season. Woolcock had a hard time coming in fifth in the 440 and did not suc¬ ceed in placing in the half mile. Oberlin ran away with the meet, scoring 56 points. Incidentally, the 1931 Big Six meet is to be held at Oberlin, Ohio, May 29-30. Page 252 WOMEN’S ATHLETICS INTRAMURALS INTRAMURAL TOURNAMENTS Intramural tournaments are sponsored in Basket¬ ball and Volleyball. A cup is given each year to the winning teams. Teams representing each sorority and non-sorority groups make up the entrants to these tournaments. Points are awarded the same in Intramural ac¬ tivities as in interclass. At the close of the basketball tournament the Intramural Board selects two mythical basketball teams called the Army and the Navy. MISS SARAH DUNCKLEY Director of Physical Education for Women The Army team consisted of the following players: Kathryn Wharton—-Captain Emma Barrack Margaret Jenkins Mary Grace Harrington Irene Weeks Mary Brown Julia Harrington Helen Ladd Elizabeth Brodt The Navy team consisted of the following: Ruth Fletcher—Captain Florence Schiller Grace Hensal Marjorie Harry Sara Bordner Hildegarde Kmentt Charlotte Mackey Ruth Morgan Arlene Krumroy NON-SORORITY—INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS L. Miller R. McGuire J. Piazzo V. Boyd ). Mascola M. Brown M. Harry G. Burnham K. Wharton G. Hensal I. Ewerth E. Crow Page 258 DELTA GAMMA—SECOND IN INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL B. Houghton M. Harrington J. Harrington E. Griffith S. Bordner, Capt. C. Mackey The Army-Navy game was played the week following the close of the basketball tournament. Score: Navy 15, Army 13. The cheerleaders of the Army were Marian Thomas and Josephine Mas- cola; for the Navy, Mary Armacost and Ruby Gregory. Each sorority backed one team or the other but were not permitted to split their cheering section. This is an annual exhibition game. Mythical All-Star Hockey Team Goal Tender.Ruth Morgan L. Fullback.Sara Bordner R. Fullback.Mary Brown L. Halfback .Grace Hensal C. Halfback .Josephine Piazza Center. R. Halfback.Marjorie Harry L. Wing .Ruth Fletcher R. Wing.Genevieve Burnham L. Inside .Florence Schiller R. Inside.Julia Harrington Lily Grimshaw Goal Tender L. Fullback R. Fullback L. Halfback C. Halfback Forwards Mythical All-Star Soccer Team .Cecil Frost . Josephine Mascola . . . Arlene Krumroy .Grace Hensal .Sara Bordner Center. R. Halfback . L. Outside. R. Outside . L. Inside. R. Inside. ...Lily Grimshaw Mythical All-Star Class Basketball Team | Florence Schiller T Grace Hensal Center. Guards. ... Marjorie Harry Mary Armacost . . Ruth Fletcher Elizabeth Brodt . Ruth McGuire . . . Mary Brown Ruth Fletcher Mary Brown INTERCLASS TOURNAMENTS Interclass tournaments are sponsored by the Intramural Board in Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball and Baseball. The winners and the team placing second are awarded extra points toward their varsity " A”. Each girl entering the tournament is awarded fifteen points toward their varsity “A”; Captains and Managers being awarded ten points extra. Class numerals and stripes are awarded the winners in all sports. It has also been the custom for the classes to buy the girls on these winning teams sweaters in at least one sport. Page 259 SOPHOMORES—BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Genevieve Burnham Marie Jones Eleanor Crow Marjorie Harry—Capt. Emma Barrack Martha Hardman Angelin Chordar Ruth Fletcher Sara Bordner Before a team is allowed to enter any tournament they are required to have a certain number of players present or forfeit the game thus making the tournaments more interesting. JUNIORS—SOCCER CHAMPIONS Lucille Miller Josephine Piazza Josephine Mascola—Capt. Ruth McGuire Marion Thomas Page 260 WOMEN’S " A " ASSOCIATION The Women’s Varsity “A” Sweater and membership in the “A” Associa¬ tion are awarded to those Senior women who have during their college careers, amassed 1000 points in intramural hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball and baseball. For the amassing of 2000 points the women are awarded a gold “A” pin. This is the highest recognition given by the University of Akron to the woman athlete. Following is a complete list of University women who have received an “A”. 1927 Evelyn Burns Ruth Conway Elnora Moore Geneveive Cooper Lucille Master Ethel Wagner Lillian Wolfe Mildred Hoffman 1928 Mary Ellen McCown Hildegard E. Hein Elma Corice Ethelyn Barber Kathryn Thatcher Neva Holman 1929 Belle Fuller 1930 Corrine France Ruth Young Fanny Weber Anne McCown Dorothy Ewing Sarah Thompson Emily Kennedy 1931 Kathryn Wharton Page 261 - $i§sm mmm WMMmm mm pi ® p pp: HR Advertising as—a spMnRi ■ The business firms whose advertisements appear in the following pages have contributed substantially to the eco¬ nomic success of this volume. In their several lines they are outstanding—and in their willingness to support this publication they are especially worthy of your patronage as students and as future citizens of Akron and vicinity. Page 265 _ THE BUCHTEL EAT Here’s the Gang As Usual With LOUIE and NICK and MABEL " THE UNIVERSITY RENDEZVOUS” RENTED SOLD REPAIRED PORTAGE TYPEWRITER SERVICE NEW and USED PORTABLES HE 2713 12 S. HIGH ST. " When Grandma was a girl -” Page 267 THE FIRST ON THE CAMPUS UNIVERSITY COFFEE SHOP 373 CARROLL ST. Kent Phone 58F22 Natural Hazards SlJNNYB Four Miles East of Tallmadge Geo. 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