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

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With "Eva", his clamour-girl multi- graph machine, he turns out almost all of the University's printing, While at Work turns up his radio volume until it makes more noise than the multigraph - then he's happy. Quietly and unobtrusively he watches over the Buchtelite in such a manner that the staff thinks that its work alone has brought it top- ranking national honors for the past four years. I-Ie teaches journalism in a college that hasn't a journalism department and has watched his students go out to take their places as Writers and Workers for some of Americas best metropolitan dailies. It is to "Pappy", Mr. U. S. Vance, that we the l940 Tel-Buch staff dedicate this book. May the book be Worthy of such as he. M- . , ., . ..-as I af' N MQW. I .-Q, V '11 1 ' . 'z 1' J.-'.f.. . "iii Au an I I .L.. .i...,.. f I ' Au, I 'i' ',9'l -, 'Q as O ,ff -1. ' A ' ' 'x 1 ,. J: gy wr A F , . Yi" ., 'H ' 3.41.41 ' M3 ha n ' 4 , U , M f,.,,, ' ff f- ,K ' 'T J w if 4: ff? 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IL:-l 1, A 'Vim' I-5 :I '- I.--rurlm AIIIIEI kbinc-:l..u:I :mi yurvlnrzm I J,-'f' 11 Jr 1:5 57:w1H X s L I , W my., Q r 'X Av 'L ,Q IQ, --f PHYSICAL EDUCATION I "0 in 9 nQ lI'f HIARICK IQ Ili I IVAJIQ, IIT IY'I'- 'fr 'II I"I1,'1"1I ' im lim .I .f ,,f -Ig f 4 l l 'AILIMA' 1 U, Inq 261 A -V L"'fq,, f N f -CJ I lu ,J I , 'VD . 01, I" lpckl' of: 0414 , ,I 4411. 415' Ir Of rm I 1 TJ! , ,qi A v , A r"k'x'F:1YA U1 or. 1 can A f 'xx vo' I ai L4 4 I if-fx 'W ,x. c01J-E-'G EDUCATION 1 of Q As.-. fb. , ex ik. ju lin my S3 4493, iff is X I' ,L . fir I .7, I 1 wk x Q 5 K .QM ,HJ Q ' 3,f7'32?' A . tS34:gl?L, ,.,1 ' 'V Q H -, as uv- .'.-.. I T- ' 'W- ' . ,--'asf' 5f4f.3?'-gi-:,' -A T ,ffQ::7ggt'vf,Z's3',43r , f f H . A - ,L ',"'f,I, 'Fai' gy' 11' ' 2 ,if . V3 V4 V534-531 '41 'PQ-N Wk-A' L ' ,U ,J .5 . K xq ,W T 'V 4 41,46 9-N uf l'X -4' 9' 'C' L. ik .hi-, in E' 5? Mix .ff A. 'f 'Q ...- .1 .H 1 ' . 1.!,,-. :x.- ,L .,,.. 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With six to lO million more job hunters in the country than there are places for them, it's harder for any- one to find and hold a position in private in- dustry. ln the few years prior to the historic business crackup of the early '3O's, there was no such labor surplus, college men and women found it easy to trade their degrees for desirable em- ployment. With the depression all that changed. University students have come to realize that nothing is handed them on a silver platter-that finding a good job and succeed- ing in it requires more than a diploma and good intentions. This new frame of mind is a good thing, especially since it appears now that the labor surplus problem is not going to be solved at once. This realistic attitude is a buffer against disappointment, for one thing, and also an assurance that the graduate will prepare him- self to the limit of his opportunity before go- ing out in pursuit of employment. The outlook for young men and women leaving college is not all black. At least no blacker for them than it is for anyone else. If there are 43 million jobs in the country and 53 million persons competing for them, it fol- lows that lQ million are going to be out of luck. Whether this year's crop of graduates land among the fortunate is still strictly up to them. l t , l Ss 3 1 'Z' 'Ax 19 f ounna Alogdclis l"'Ullu. x if W I 3? S- Mmy Akschcm Margaret Ammemdn Doris Aumcnn tak -is nv- 'T' of-it i?i35'QiQQ x Dorothy Briltain Hale Bump Marion Dun 4,3 55 1 X 1179. i Marcia Bush -3 'V' Q11 G 'nc :son Batdcril "Pow Friedman T' f If ?,,,, , , ,. 1.. . ,,-,, el 6- 14" br Richard Durst Marilyn Foss 1 i , 'C A .3 glib, , T I tv-v BACHELOR OF ARTS qw' Mary Akschan F Ioanna Alogdelis . , L? Margaret Ammerrnan A Doris Aumann Alice lane Garbison Emerson Bgtdorff Catherine Blechl Iames Boyd Dorothy Brittain Hale Bump Marcia Bush George Codrea Marion Durr Richard Durst Marilyn Foss Ernest Fradenburgh Beatrice Friedman " Alice lane Garbison 'l- I Frances Dunn Gordon Bernice Gurewitz Lucille Harris A1 li ' i'?iWQ'ffe-rZ:1l1'i'ii' Lucille Harris lumes Boyd CANDIDATES Modern Language Speech Home Economics Sociology Humanities Political Science Speech English Speech Home Economics History Sociology Spanish Humanities History History Sociology History Speech Sociology 'PILL .YL C v N Ruth Hitchcock Helen lredell Herbert Kahn Munorm Logue Mar y M121 rg? I bf-'Q Zi l , f .xv zu? 'Y -7 in ... Frances Matthews Robert Mclntyle Maflofle Meade Ruth Mmgle Jaalvqaiii EOR DEGREES BACHELOR or ARTS Ruth Hitchcock Helen Iredell Rosser Iones Herbert Kahn Gus Konstand Victor Larnpson Earl Leatherman Marjorie Logue Frances Matthews Mary McGaughey Robert Mclntyre Iames McLain Marjorie Meade Ruth Mingle lane Murdoch Lois Mytholar Lora Naumer Dana Noel Mary Gene Noyes Katherine O'Brien Carroll Olin Eugene Phillips -if-. 'sr '19 Q-cs 4-.J '3' i lane Murdoch l-OiS MVlh0lf1Y Sociology Home Economics Economics Political Science Economics Sociology French Sociology Sociology Home Economics Sociology Sociology History Latin Home Economics Home Economics History Political Science Economics Sociology Home Economics Economics .5 . ". 3 al NJ! Ge 1 icuii 3 'is Eileen O'Brien Dana Noel XG. . .av , is v I 1455" ":rr:.lOlL.'1 Pg in , . Sy' U ,.. Eugene Fiullzps 4 1 If 'C'-nr", H""5 Phmilx Conrad Reining lnmes R055 l Barbara Selby fumes Sellgyg 956' 6- Ri:hard Sipes Iames Stanford i si,-,s 26 we 'Q-' Ted Thorne Ruth Vermillion i- Mcry Lou Wagner Rmlmond Barren Aubrey Allman Q Q Tran William Baird Bill BU'kl9Y 9 ii" sf' pt., in but Ballway BACHELOR OF ARTS Hewes Phillips Marion Rawls Conrad Reining Gale R chards Iames Ross Eleanor Scatterday Barbara Selby Iarnes Sellers Richard Sipes Iames Staniord Clara Stastny Daniel Thomas Ted Thome Ruth Vermillion Mary Wagner Sarah Whelan Mary M. Plane BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Aubrey Allman William Baird Louise Ballway Bill Barkely Raymond Barrett CANDIDATES Economics Speech Speech G German Speech History Sociology Sociology Political Science Social Science Economics History Sociology Sociology Latin Home Economics Sociology French Biology Pre-Medical Biology Biology Pre-M edical V 'tr- Hobort Burton Clement Damicone Walter Fair Houmon Gmy Robe, HN. F'-4 "Cl" Walter Hausch Bruce Hoertz Richard Lockhart Thomas Mackey Mena! 144251 FOR DEGREES Robert Burton Clement Damicone Walter Fair Houston Gray Robert Hare Walter Hausch Bruce Hoertz Kenneth Klar Richard Lockhart Thomas Mackey William Rogers Stephen Semegen Oscar Simpson Edward Slonczewski Gordon Smith Ioseph Snyder Anna Staiger Vivian Stube Ieanette Sumner "1 5 , , y,,:. 3 Pre-Medical Chemistry Biology Chemistry Biology Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Natural Science Chemistry Pre-Medical Chemistry Physics Mathematics Chemistry Chemistry Biology Physics Biology ' egg. 'nv '27 Sieve Semegen OSCUI' SimP50n' Edward Slonczenski L Ioseph Snyder Vivian smbe Q Iecmette Sumner .24 'tr il i Earl BlSh0P Glen Bishop Charles Cehrs Louis Chcmyi T WQIWS' 'V i W'-'sf C.. If Iesse Damell K- '9' . W if -.Qi Iohn Day 1 .Q 'Y ,s.-. 41 fm-fl if X ,-,.'g. vw, -Us 31-,--A N. .R H Herbert Deist Iohn Frye N George Fretz lohn Gross Charles R- Hou ,R Q, .gqgf 'V 'nv 'Q ..,....,-.. 5 an-f Wnllnuni lenkms Gerald Kam EN GINEERING Earl L. Bishop Glen A. Bishop Charles Cehrs Louis Chanyi jesse L. Darnell Iohn H. Day Herbert H. Deist George C. Fretz Iohn H. Frye Claude W. Euston Iohn Gross Charles R. Hall William L. Ienkins Gerald F. Keirn Galleqeaj CANDIDATES Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Civil Mechanical Industrial Electrical Electrical 'ir' Russell Kleckner Frank KlesPieS Chesfe, Kon, fa Mn , . Nr """'in Y + i Ersel Lamz Donald Mather Frank Olivo - Q J . ' 'V 4 'nf EOR DEGREES Russell Kleckner Frank I. Klespies Chester R. Kolk Walter E. Kominic Ersel Lantz Donald Mather Paul Nurches Frank Olivo Thomas H. Perry- Karl E. Seib Emil Tengea Samuel Whitaker Robert Wiltrout Michael Yakubik Thomas Perry Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Electrical Civil Mechanical Electrical Electrical G Civil Electrical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Electrical Industrial X fa- sf 52.1.1 1 , :mf Y gflkj - Q .I H i -1. - Emil Tengea Wa 6 'Y' 1.45 Sf ' ii' Walter Kommic , s QP-v-1 Paul Nurches '. 3 Q1 Samuel Whitaker 1 'idk Robert Wiltrout 5' . Michael Yakubilc ' ' 51fl7cJ5'1 fbmy 'Only Celebration ot its kind in the World" Y 1,9 . ' ' if! Amid blustering March winds the blustering en- ' esurrected St. Pat, gineers initiated their freshmen, r riding the milk companys plugs paraded down town ' Patricks Day celebration and wound up their St. ' ' - 'ng brawl at which Virginia Howard, with a rip roari Cameron, was crowned queen. the date ot Thomas ' lett St. Patrick, imper- ln the tirst picture at the k Laughlin supervises the initiation sonated by Fran , l freshman Bob Conner as lim Stankard and Dick o Walter call tor the next victim. f 'ff ,y 1 17 .gr W' ,f, if if 3 hown as it went J. Above, center, the procession is s down Main Street, terrorizing innocent bystanders. A police escort unwillingly led the parade, Nleepers, has it been a year already since the last engineers' day?" otiicers groaned when requested to lend their protection. .. gf -V - - At the upper right we are at the brawl and queen 91 f Virginia Howard is blinking her eyes at the tlash t bulb and Betty Shane is looking away, while lesse Proceeding clock-wise around the page we Darnell takes her measurements as part ot the Francis Grassbaugh looking like the choo-chco scientilic method used lor selecting the queen ol ot engineer as he measures Helen Deitrick. l the evening. next picture engineers are taking part in th llag-raising ceremony. St. Patrick is about to eme lrom his casket and olticially start the test The picture at the lower lett is unidentified claimed, the engineers call it "Kissing the B ineer would understard fs.-an ' ..,.v' " Sr' ' ' ' 9, ,sv ,J I I Stone" only an eng . Jpyq, I , . ,- I f. ' 5' if Robert Bertsch Chqfles Beshqm Paul Buzzi 4 Delmar Christensen K 141. S if George Farkas ECIWGYCI HGH William Henterly Hfibeft Hi919Y ik GQ: ' .supra 'tr' '5Qng., if ll " i' Fred Klein Sigvard Liedholm Ralph Maher bf 1-HH ff 3 luck MC ymym Ralph Merrick at Irs' eaffege of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Robert Appleby Robert Bertsch Charles Beshara Paul Buzzi Ashford Carr Delmar Christensen Iohn Doyle George Farkas Edward Hall Harold Hartline William Henterly Robert I-Iigley General Business Business Management Accounting Advertising 6. Marketing Advertising 5. Marketing General Business General Business General Business General Business Accounting General Business ,m Sv 'Q' Frank Simonetti I Leonard Stembefg Mad 144251 af G Iohn Hutchinson Donald Iohnson Fred Klein Sigvard Liedholm Ralph Maher Marvin Marquardt lack McIntyre Ralph Merrick Frank Sirnonetti Leonard Sternberg David Thomas Robert Thompson Harry Waldman pl in Mary Iane Cummings 'AIR Q .V Q3 Mil-mst?" Iulia Mikis General Business Advertising ci Marketing Accounting Advertising G Marketing General Business General Business Business Management General Business Advertising dt Marketing General Business General Business Advertising G Marketing E., a fi T..- David Thomas Harry Waldman 663' 'VX '26 SJ inf gl MC11'l0fi9 Glass Bertha: Greenbaum .. ,B 'W. f ,' 4 -N an ' 'rv . "f:.."""' Margaret Pahlc Dorothy Thgm BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Alice Brucker Mary lane Cummings Marjorie Glass Bertha Greenbaum Iulia Mikis Margaret Pahle Ednamae Polen Dorothy Tham Helen Voige Helen Voige . 35 1 ' . ' - s ' 'PW' M"""' Il.-lvu lla-in-liuuil Ymnn-fa Howl P4-ml Ilmwlmwmml gkmlvy umm .DG 'S' vig It l l I-i""""" l"""' D0'0'hV G'V""l' Mmy l.mn:u- Gurmnlun hide- . lxnni- Cn- Allrluula- KWH C,--rllmlv lxmfg 'VS vR"" '1 um. . mfr 5 'A :Lulu N-,we-l'. - i ? Mflf,,.ria IH ll--y I I in H-'mwr N-mug. llulli Mu:.ml CANDIDATES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Esther Alpern Helen Barker Edna Beaver Helen Besshardt Mary Louise Beverly Frances Boyd Pearl Brownsword Frank Carper Iesse M. Clark Stanley Deen Mildred Evans Orene Ford Lorraine Frater Andrew Garcia Dorothy Givens Elsie Gregory Mary Louise Gunsolus Isabel Haddad Mabel lones Adelaide Karr Gertrude Long Teresa Martucci Ruth Mason Perrine Messina Sara Nowels Marjorie Petley Doris Renner Ben Rogers Mary Elizabeth Ross Business Education Elementary Elementary Business Education Elementary Elementary Music Bookkeeping Elementary Art Art Elementary Elementary Physical Education Business Education Elementary Home Economics Physical Education Elementary Elementary Elementary Business Education Elementary Business Education Music Elementary Art Elementary YN PUB if 16 ws ,, it l., 'V' ur A 1' ,s l. IK Betty Ross Beuhice sau Betty Sandberg Elaine sfono F61 U n-.rrmtly W , 4 fi!-lv Betty Vogler 'aiu QM . ?g fn 'T' if . 96-' .,'Cf" Kathleen Vosper Frank Zazula Mqfjmqe Bgnd F OR DEGREES Sister Constantia Beatrice Sass Betty Sandberg Gertrude Sours Elaine Stone Essie Taylor Betty Tennent F ay Umanslcy Betty Vogler Kathleen Vosper Gertrude Williams Frank Zazula Iosephine Zook Pauline Kraus Forest Sibley BACHELOR OF ARTS George Arlcebaur Marjorie Bond Mary Dubatowka Mildred Hahn Robert Hartz Leona Mendelson Eleanor Schwartz Hans Schlichting Ruth Thomas Clark Thornton Robert Vemon Wanna May Wagne Schreiner I' Q 'Q sf Vw Fir Elementary Stenography Elementary Elementary Art Elementary Elementary Business Educatio' Elementary Elementary Elementary Physical Education Stenography Mary Duhatowka Robert Han: Mona Mendelscn GIRQQ, 33 1""v V it E1ementGrY Eleanor Schwartz Clark Thomton Music IN EDUCATION English Mathematics English Mathematics History French Latin Mathematics English Mathematics History History 'qua y. GQ' Robert Vemon YV'-'mild MU! WOSDGY 1 Qi-f Ya Senioa Man hA'f I Earl Bishop ixw-up ' Ioannc: Alogdelis Samba Wfaman genial: Man Robert Bertsch Helen Voige Suuba 7Uomaa UPPER COLLEGE 464. 3' .uf -' rf P- X G--:wr knabtcs Fu-d Aver 2:4 4, j ifx 1 4 5' he QF av'v - ,-rf Er:-1: :1 :-1r:-- F-'nsorf Murcrcr Bcrlri: 8 in Q -. A . A- A, vu- Y' '0-,X un--v 4. "YH xv 'gg A Sq: E-rrcihn Helen Bobo-s W ll 6' 31? i l-OW? EWNY1 Hobart Brownheld sl V1'- 3 fn Arlene Carroll Enc Chodesler Off H I 5 1 iam - Belly B0Yd Kennelh Banks A6 Paul Burden t Evelyn Bnughman Reber! Berry V Anwnia Bluckener lean Brotsman QR Russell Brundage Helen Bryan! 'i eng? ww' Mark Church Arihur Clare 1 06 1:- William Blank Frederick Brown Dean Chapman Paul Cobum kvn Cahn: l'YM C'Wl'1 Loan Cullmon Katharina Demo Lawrence Dillchay E Helen Ddwhinl Rnlh Dornnn Willis Eckurd Mqfgunriln Donovan Clinton Emmerich UPPER COLLEGE Mark Downing 1 lcanne Yeeloy William Fleming Z7 Murihu Fosfer ' Harry Frazee ,f 6 ,. r QQQM' Louis Furs! Peler Giller Robert Glasgow '-We-I ygxggrgx ff Gordon Hauerman Ann Hamilton X Uk Paul DwCoru ny-.ani -n- Paul Fc-clcy is 5' T 4, if-, l X , RX' gf' Belly lean Frick W 'nr -aff 1 ' Martha Dniy 50739 54" -Sf Rosemary Firestone Fam Fm' . i 'bv .' qt,-1 Robert Frisby Y Arlene Fry Emesl Graham Mary Griffith Walter Gfigas MHC 99' 'G' 1, V Mifnlill HU!!! A M . Lullu Hat-:is Glen gawk Illini Enid Q, . 5' 1 William Hee pe lohn Heuelmn A ' he Hibuer uiguaama Eugen Hopi , .M Mum RG. -.- , ...run av 5 Q .... qu T 'P' UPPER COLLEGE G' av' ':-.1 Hrvvr Reber! Hu-mphnvs H.-I.-n Hume Rohn' luck,-,onl W Clarence Iauchum Donald Ienldns ,nv -w K. Q Q 4 'fl' V 1' 9 1 4 i2fg3?n.,A:, 'K M 1- wizw Leu' ich' DOW-'lhv' 707105011 V rgmm lohnson . 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' V s , 1 V4 4- V""f" Luk' P""iC"' Maman HON MacLeod Elizabeth Mcklonan wh I , , 3 , UPPER COLLEGE l 1 is Rohan Mankin lack Marlow' William Mark Marv-n Murqumdl M,,,,,, uacomud hun ul..- H1 'Ns-. - 'Q' 44-9.4 wmv Hdwslfd MCGI'-10' ldmes Mrmm ,gan G,,,,,,, :mm Moon Evelyn Mom. lin yuan .. .,,..,,-, , , . f V .- 'x fungi . 5 -err '57 '11 lean Palmer kg P37933 Robexla Ohl I, Andrew Ondecker Ruih Oberlin , Mary lane O'Brien nM,,,,,, ,...-,,....,.,..,.... .,.. .-.W ---'Y 1 - , 3, 1 mmap Patton 't Dale Pom f zuzubenh Ploenes E you-. Pope Paul mmm nm., gn., .""'9.. lacob Reich Haber' Reid!! GG-112038 Heinhflfi - Evelyn Benner Harold Rooles laura Bomdy 1 5 Anna Human Robon Russel! Hqny Sqbgig Ruger Schqgjhr km, scheme, Wigan 5c5,.,ie,, UPPER COLLEGE 8 1 . ax 'L 1 . Q Q. L- - Q' Q... if 'i ':.-,A - ' Y 9- K 251' N - L . ,.3a""7 fl- K ' of Q - q - 1 1 E A fungi' ns:-,., Sr Am.-,v Suivr I..-o Sn-runnin I-'mv Sl1nUvIm lgqn Shullcrou Amy 1-Wise Shdw -, . ,...,,... .,- . l E . . , .. , Gu fi W 'gn - QP ,,,, 5" 515. 1 L K Y Siufun Fmh Smzman Im-nes Shxpmfm Margaret Shively ' Fern Shryock Mary Sue Singleion -' l Q, u 15 . " V 1 2 2 X. y Q0 7 7.4 xr 'ly' ,E 'v'-4:.1:.::: S411-r Ba.-ln' Yane Slusxer Gozdon Smmth Helen smifh William Smjlh 572 , Haber! Smilh Z S' f lic: 'bf -, . .. 11.453911 Sfeuy "V 1 Dallas Sprinkle if HUVYY Sobedi Earl Sockel Frank Snvdc-1 SU' Smidc' an fxa f ai V . Vf 'S G21 if Legg Su.-. Sanlord Stun Mary Margaret Slubbu Iohn Sullivan - Eskie Taylor -V' Gilberi Thomas -1 btw! 5 3 s :"'A X-:zu Thfrpv D-nmy bw Thompncrn Rob-nt Thofnpmn Mary -1-homhm Evdyn Thunmn R?-.Ita-g?iDIgl Twicklar '- 7 UPPER COLLEGE , 'Sf' sq,- .-uv' Albert Umanaky E th H ef Vgqqh Eugene Vinciqucrra Betty Ann Waugh nbibb 'T' Helen White V- Cafmfm wlnce ,.. ?' 'il-Q Ma u 7 AL. frank Vvkun Martha Wallace 'la-yan wiftl' 5 Betty Winkolman ' Richard WND!! E4-'gpg wg K Walter Wright - Miriam Zimarilr l Glenn Zimmerman Harold Zimmermfrn No Photographs Submitted Louise Allen Ilona Baky Irene Baumgardner Elwyn Becker Charles Beckwith Dante Bell Helen Besshardt John Bezbatchenko Robert Bishop David Blagg Marvin Bloomberg lack Blue Charles Boyer Dale Bradley Fred Brandenstein Paul Bradford June Brittain Marjorie Brownfield Jack Brundage John Burkley Jack Butler Virginia Butler Eugene Caillet Donald Caldwell Thomas Cameron Harry Carroll Jack Carroll Russell Cartright Philip Clifton Albert Cohen Richard Collier Robert Collison Charles Corns Frances Cotruvo Janet Cruden Karl Cullison William Curtice Elaine Davis Louise M. Davis Primo Dellangelo Lawrence Deli Bernard Derwort Vincent Di Masi Jane Rogers Dorothy Dix Ray Essick June Estright Marie Evans Jack Fagan Frank Ferris James Fertig Max Fuller Ben Flossie William Fogarty Richard Garver Emma Gee Roy Geisinger Rita Gerhart Leonard Goff Leo Gorup Robert Grahamslaw Mary Alice Gray Wanda Grendrenska Rowland Griffiths Leander Haddock Morris Hamburger George Harkins Robert Haren William Hershey Betty Hazlitt Robert Hershey George Hennis A. Honeywell George Hranilovich Robert Huber Rolland Huff John Hutchinson Alvis lsner James Jackson Angy James Chrysa Jamison Louise Johnson Robert Johnson Harry Joy George Jyurovat John Kallgren William King Milton Klotz Robert Knox Henry Kohler Walter Kovalick Patricia Kuder Mary Lacy Victor Lampson Ebba Larson John Laughlin James Lewis John Lincks Michael Louden James Loulan Louella Lutz Fred Malagio Sergius Mamay William Markey Richard McCarthey Roy McClellan Coulter McCracken Robert McCurdy Frank Mclntyre James McElhany Lester Mikolashek Lemuel Miller Harold Mingle Kenneth Moore Paul Montgomery Francis Moskovitz Park Myers John Nickels Orpheus Nurches Walter Nixon Peter Olegar Ruth Pansler Paul Pappas Roland Parenti Dominic Patella Mike Pavlov Victor Popiel Donald Porter Howard Protheroe Louis Ramicone Jeanette Richardson Mrs. Jule Rogers Harry Rosenthal Robert Rousmanoff Paul Romig David Rosenthal Estelle Ruth Robert Sanderson Carl Schaadt Mike Senuta Theodore Shaul Eleanor Shaw Janet Shroyer Jean Sift Smith Simmons Maxine Smith Mazine Smith Philip Smith lames Stankard Mrs. Katherine Stern Virginia Stofer Walter Syroid Fred Tambling Michael Thoman Robert Thome Isabel Thomas Mary Thomas Robert Toye Wolford Vanderwell Mary Varian Joseph Waddell Mrs. Marian Wagner Harvey Wahn Forest Walker Mark Walther Lawrence Waters Karl Weimer Robert Weimer Edda Wile Homer Wilt Myron Wilt Julius Wilt Eleanor Woodard Aden Worthington Charles Wyman el' in X V - 'e ' I I 1' sf f"x'!f"'lhffQ521'N-fm 4 ,, Q A-f , I I . 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Men again outnumbered the women, 289 to 239, but there was a larger per- centage of increase in the number of women. Less than half the class, 212, pledged fraternities or sororities. Unaffiliated ranks were increased by the 316 who did not pledge. Sororities tapped 103 women, an all- time high, led by Kappa Kappa Gam- ma with 26. Fraternities pledged 109 men, the Phi Kappa Taus and Lone Stars leading with 23 and 22. The rapid increase in freshman en- rolment the past few years may be accounted for by the "catching up" of the University with the increased birth- rate immediately after the World War, was one reason advanced. Better financial conditions- were also cited. Trooping through Freshman Week activities with 46 upperclass counselors by their sides, the frosh had their pic- tures taken for identification cards, waited in line hours for their lockers, attended parties in their honor and took freshman entrance examinations. Soon were initiated into the mysteries of introductory course syllabi and lec- ture hours, five-weeks grades, mid- term tests. Of this largest class 71 dropped out after one semester, only 264 C5921 will enter upper college, 261 will ultimately graduate from the University, some in four years, some in five or six. I S , ' A I ' 1 4 ' lf" ..6' . ,.:.- , JI, :rw ' . KA: ,lr-,' Lf' .f..,. 14,., ,' Al .1 hi., I 4' v Q, Q ' 0 4' HIS, dear students, is the story of a locker. lt had been an empty locker for a Whole long summer and it was lonely for its only company was a lot of dust. The locker yearned eagerly for thesound of students and the click - click of the padlock on its door. So one fine day in late September a long long line of students gathered at the rear of Simmons l-lall and waited for what it seemed like hours. The line moved very slowly and never seemed to dwindle, but after a While each stu- dent found himself at the head of the line and Was asked to pay Sl and found they Weren't passing out free sand- Wiches. Finally some freshman got the ticket With the number of the lonely locker Caforementionedl. Click - Click and Prestol Light streamed once again into the lonely darkness. Unaware of accumulated dust our freshman pressed into service the bountious space of Buchtel Halls star locker No. l63.5 Upper, By November the locker was crammed full of six other students books papers whatnots, etc. - there was no room for dust. The locker was very happy ffm fwzf, fwfm 4 gp .ir A 3 Qi? 1 0. .1 O QQ 2': 1 .lik Z Dow 'BE' A Psucnek .f 3 EPEN Vere FOR HAGERMANM' 014 by aniii wtrmfn i Sldg, l Q 1 STA-1 nl THE MIDDLE 'f f""'VOTE INDEPENDENT' Aden Worthmgton ENDENT ELECTION No baby kisser this politician C16 years and over exceptedl but typical ICE COLLEGE vote getter. Vote Zipper. Vote Buktal. Vote Independent. Votel Votel Votel Zippers were scheduled to Win Student Council prexy seat with Dana Noel. Independents Worked hardest, supporting dark horse candidate Gordon Hagerman and passing out free cider-Barrels of it. Buktals Won with Bob Bertsch - and practically every other council seat available. HOW YOU VOTED B, indicates Buktal Party, I, In- dependent Party, and Z, Zippers. PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT BODY Robert Bertsch QBJ ....,,,.,,,. ,.,,.,,,, 2 87 Gordan Hagerman KID ,.,.....,...,,.. 255 Dana Noel KZJ ........,...,..,,.,,...,.,,,..,, 213 STUDENT COUNCIL Upper College Representatives-ab Large fTwo-year term-one man and one woman electedl. Robert Berry IBD .....,..........,.,.....,,,. 179 Eleanor Woodard CBJ ......,............. 169 Robert Keene Ill ....... .. ....,..,, 102 Mary Griffith CU ........ ...... 9 6 Arlene Carroll CZJ ,...... ...... 7 0 Harry Carroll IZJ ....... ...... 6 2 Avalorene Billings Social Science Div. Rep. Eric Chedester KBJ ,,,.,,,,,, ...,.,, William Henterly QD ,,,,,,,,-- ,-,,,-, Beatrice Friedman KZJ ,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,, Natural Science Div. Rep. William Schweikert CBJ .,.,,..,..,, George Anastos, CD ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, Iuanita Loulan KZJ .,.,.,,.,. ,.,.,.. Humanities Div. Rep. Tie Paul Coburn CBJ ........,..... ,.,,,., Conrad Reining QU ,,,,..i,. ..,,,-, Sue Snyder KZJ .,.,,,,. ,,,,.,. College of Education Rep. Frank Zazula CBJ ,...,,,,..,,,,,,,..,,..,,, Sara Nowels CU .,.,,.,.,,,.,.i.. ,,,.,,, Esther Alpern KZ, ,,,,,,, ,.,,,-, Vore EUK TA! Helen Hurst 1'-"Elon 'ZAPPER AQGBEST lane College of Engineering Rep. Francis Grassbaugh KBJ ..,,. ....... 2 0 Charles Wyman lZl ...........,...... -. 9 Herbert Deist CID ...........,....... - ..... - 7 General College Rep.-at-Large lTwo-year terrn-one Inari and one woman to be electedl. Donald McGaughey CBI 170 Florine Batman KZJ ....,.,............... 150 Fern Fairall CBJ ............ ....,....,...,.. l 25 Eugene Vinciguerra ill ............, 120 Martha Bay ill ......,,.e..e.,.,e.,... ..... 1 20 Kenneth Koller KZD ........ Freshman Representative William Flower ......,..... William Vachon ...i,... William Wright ..... -- George Kaufman ....., -----.. 1 O7 . ..,.. .,,. . - 73 E..- 50 58 'VT ...-- An.. Howard Minor .i.... 20 M. I. Hopkins .,,.. .,..r.. C ,- ....,, . 15 M. Isabell ............. -- ..,. --.- I5 E. I. Kleines ............ 7 Charles Church ........ '7 A. Voige, Schweikert, Bertsch, Woodard, Berry, Batman. Simonetti, Chedester, Coburn, Batdorll, Frye, McCormick. McGaughey. Secrest, Sherman, Reining, Flower. Robert Bertsch- Franlr Simonetti- Robert Secrest- Marvin McCormick- Robert Berry- Eleanor Woodard- Don McGaughey- Florine Batman- Don Krenrick- William Schweikert Paul Coburn J Conrad Reining J Eric Chedester- Iohn Frye- William Flower- Emerson Batdorti- Helen Voige- Frank Zazula- STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council is the governing body of all day session students, admin- istering campus activities and formulating student opinion. The purpose of this or- ganization is student gov- ernment. I Each member must be elected by popular elec- tion. OFFICERS REPRESENTATIVES TO Robert Bertsch William Schweikert Eleanor Woodard Robert Berry Philip Sherman STUDENT COUNCIL President of Student Body-Acting Chairman of Council. Carry Carry Carry Upper Upper Lower Lower Carry over tUpper College Representative at Largel. over tLower College Representative at Largel. over tLoWer College Representative at Largel. College Representative at Large. College Representative at Large. College Representative at Large. College Representative at Large. over tUpper College Representative at Largel. Representative of Natural Science Division. Representatives from Humanities Division. Representative from Social Science Division. Representative from Engineering Division. Freshman Representative. Buchtelite Editor-Member ex-officio. Women's League President-Member ex-officio. Representative from the College of Education. fi , QI :Lf it u ,-, A 0 'I' I 1, , L , .'j',1'n't 4 I .... , 'af ' Q, KW ' fig 0 k u ' 3 , cf? i I av . I -'.T 1 0 ' ' 335 . QR ", F . 1 1 . "QQ 5? 5-5-JY :,V?g 1 : Ph Pe-shi g Comstock. Hottman, Blair, Mathews, Logue. Ma h 'i Seby Voige, McAlonan. Alogdelis. WOMEN 'S LEAGUE 4 I Putting goldfish in the lounge and hand lotion in the womens rest rooms, sponsoring a marriage clinic, giving freshman Welcome parties, bi-monthly all-campus teas, and a womens dinner, Womens League has greatly expanded its activities this year to carry out its purpose of "promoting the common Welfare and acguaintanceship of all Women students." All coeds are automatically members of the Womens League and they elect its governing body, the Council. Y f More than a hundred women planned League events through the five large com- mittees. The 'lmatch mates" clinic and a series of bridge lessons were planned by the pro- gram committeeg Koffee Klutsches and a Mother's Day tea were given by the social committee. Two 3525 scholarships were paid for by the service committee's rummage sale. The Lost and Found department was managed by the rooms committee. President Helen Voige Vice-President BGIIDCKICI Selbi' Secretary Elizabeth Mc!-Xlonan Treasurer IOCI1'11'1e AlOgdellS Faculty Adviser Program Committee Service Committee Social Committee Publications Committee Rooms Committee Y. W. C. A. President W. A. A. President Miss Helen C. Battrick Pat Machan Frances Matthews Marian Logue Kathryn Pershing Phyllis Comstock Lorraine Frater Miriam Hoffman YN, lv- N. chord Slbes -N-of""? ,5-cl 3 fi: m - Legg Ls' 4' .,,- wg?"-h .,,, - . UF' mv: 1- .,- .. , . . . . -.I - :wx 4 : 25-"rr IH. , J v, 9 1 3 - Ju I A 'vi 4 ,QQ LG! nv Q, 5- ... . Hi 1, w ., ai' IE? En ,.- , HEL Q "Kihei H-0 TUDENT UILDING ANAGERS Robefi Lmson Xxx . Y Mm' 55 Wigand, Shobert, Anderson, Morgan, Hanzel, Matye, Leary. Kaess. Fall lohn Hower Warren Kaess Victoria Matye William Pidwell Robert Anderson Margrete Peterson Lillian Leary Eloise Hutchison President Vice-President Recording Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS Fall Semester Iohn Hower Warren Kaess Victoria Matye Robert Anderson Corresponding Secretary William Pidwell SENATORS, 1939-40 Spring Warren Kaess Lillian Leary Dorothy Shobert Andrew l-lensal Iohn Wigand Elaine Morgan Robert Anderson Victoria Matye EVENING SESSION SENATE The Evening Session Senate was organized for the purpose of student government Spring Semester Warren Kaess Lillian Leary Dorothy Shobert lohn Wigand Andrew Hensal EVENING CLASS REPRESENTATIVES William Ahern Edward Adlon Mary Io Amer Bob Anderson Virginia Anderson Robert Appleby Edward Asher Don Baldwin Robert Baltz Rex Bartholomew Mary F. Bedell James Beidle W. P. Bernard Ruth Bertsch Robert Boehme William Bond Acnsah Bowen Iames Braden Norman Brammall Helen Bremer Robert Bump Virginia Burchill Angelin Chordar Robert Ciraldo Ierry Coen Nick Colletti Martin Collins Leo Cooper Leonard Connell Bill Core lane Crooker Frederick Culver lohn I. Cunning Edward Curry Lawrence Culver William Darulis Iames Davies Ford Dickerhofi David Dienoif Cathryn Dippel George Dippel Ruth Dort Otis Douglas LaVerne Doyle Carl Dressler George Dubina Mary Dudich Ruby Edwards Ruth Elliot Clifford Farmer Ruth Fink Herbert Fink Marjorie Fischer Helen Freeder Ivan Frey Fred Fritch Edward Erickson Edna Gardner Eleanor Gibson Logan Glass William Golz Ruth Gotshall Wilbur Gough Harold Grohe Henry Gullia John Gullis Wanda Hale R. D. Hankins L. D. Hann Elizabeth Hanson Andrew Hanzel Ir. Sara Rargrove Ruth Harris Willard Harris Lulla Hatzis Mary Headley Helen Herron Betty Hevener Marian Hills Gerard Hoerbelt Richard Hott Robert Hohman Mable Hoptner Wilbur Isner F. D. Iohnson Ianet Iohnson Ellen Iones Eugene Iones Robert Iones Warren Kaess Russell Kamp Mary Keller E. William Keller Ralph Kelly Russell Kemp Richard Kenny Fanny Kerr Patricia Kienzle Mildred Kilroy Marjorie King Rosemary King Ralph Koehn Robert Kolbe Stanley Kominic Steve Kossky Harold Lange F. I. Latimer Lillian Leary Ruth Love Richard Machan Iames Marsh Teresa Martucci Victoria Mayte Catherine McCaffrey Byron McCartney Louise McChesney A. C. McKenzie Otis McCollum George McCord Ir. Iosephine McDonagh Carl McKown Wanda McMillan Margaret Mclllmoyle Elizabeth McPherson Richard Machan Iames Marsh v Lloyd Matlock George Matye Margaret Miller lean Meloy Mary Miner Tracy Nisula Anne Monchack I. B. Moore Elaine Morgan L. R. Muro L. O. Myers Anna Nagy Leone Murray Elizabeth Neiheiser Edward Nicely Iames O'Toole Robert Palmquist Peggy Patton Rosetta Penner Andrew Petrovich William Pidwell Helen Pinkos Louis Podlich M. A. Pollock C. D. Radcliffe S. Ralston Esther Rasor Calvin Rausch Beatrice Rhamy E. D. Rice Paul Riese Bill Road Iarnes Robb Madeline Royer Iohn Ruehling Herbert Rucker Steve Ruip W. C. Ruttenberg Irma Sachs Sally Saltsgaver Elizabeth Sapp Iohn Sarb Edward Schneider Donna Schroth Robert Schuch Mary Scicliolone Betty Scott lack Seawright Catherine Semonin Helen Chaps-s George Shattuck William Shearer Laneva Shields Dorothy Shobert Ruth Shobert K. Shugert cv. Cp. ,f a.m o1-...,.. - r-'yn George .ani Mary Sting: D. G. Singer Guy Smart Lawson Smart Ieanne Srnitn Lucille Smith Mary Smitr. William Srrigni Fred Smuclcer Chester Smytne Kathryn Snyder Robert W. Snyder Charles Soloznan lane Spore Ioe Van Steenberg Iosephine Steingas W. E. Stewart Zorlra Stefanov Virginia Stofer W. A. Stout Helen I. Streeks George Stubbs Helen Sullivan Anthony Testa Martha Tilock Richard C. Tinker Loretto Tisch Ralph Thomas Edith Toye Florence Treesn I. H. Turner Dean Triplett Louis Vantilla M. Willis 'Wagner Fanny Wal: Ruth Walther Eugene Waltz William Worrell Ada 'Weber Mary V-'eckrnan Francis Werner Naida West Esther Xifrieeler Carolyn White Ichn Wigarid Haskell 'Wilder Fred Vfilson William 'Wiztig Helen 'Wolff Neal Wood Elizabeth Wynne Kathryn Vallen Ruth Yocurn Dorothy Zeigler ,C -.: Ba kley Koller, Yokum, Brownfield. Simoneti Reich, Wiltrout, Schweikert, Dillehay, Kahn, Chapman, Noel. Marqaa dt, Banks, Sherman, McCormick, Hopkins, Sprinkle, Thacker. Robert Wiltrout Robert Brownfield Marvin McCormick Herb Kahn Eugene Hopkins Carl Yokum Marvin Marquardt President Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Adviser MEMBERS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Dallas Sprinkle ALPHA SIGMA OMICRON Kenneth Banks PHI KAPPA TAU Paul Chapman PHI KAPPA RHO Iack Reich PI KAPPA EPSILON Ivan Kreemer BETA KAPPA Don Brown PHI DELTA THETA Robert Secrest INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS lack Thacker William Schweikert Larry Dillehay Ken Koller Frank Simonetti Bill Barkley Iacques Burrell Marvin McCormick Dallas Sprinkle Dean Gardner Philip Sherman PANHELLEN IC COUNCIL The purpose ot the Pan-Hel- lenic Council shall be to plan a program which will promote a stronger group life in the mem- ber chapters, which will create interfraternity friendliness, and which will develop a demo- cratic spirit throughout the campus: and to make such rules as will achieve the finest interfraternity relationships. OFFICERS President Betty Vogler Secretary Treasurer Marian Logue FACULTY ADVISER Miss Helen C. Battrick Mary lane Cummings Betty Vogler Carmen Wince Beatrice Friedman Rosemary Firestone Betty lane Slusser Evelyn Baughman Faith Sherman Marjorie Logue Winer, Sherman, Baughman, Friedman, Firestone Watkins, Cooley, Ross, Cummings, Mchlonan Hamman, Berlitz, Prater, Wright, Kneale, A. Thomas, M. Thomas, Slusser, Vogler, Logue Frederick MEMBERS ALPHA DELTA Pl lean Shallcross ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Hazel Wright DELTA GAMMA Helen Frederick DELTA PI IOTA Bettie Cohen KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Mary Thomas PHI MU Marcia Berlitz THETA PHI ALPHA Marie Hamman THETA UPSILON Marjorie Bond ZETA TAU ALPHA Betty Ross jean Watkins Lorraine Frater Marjorie Glass Molly Winer Lois Mytholar Mary Lou Gunsolu Elizabeth McAlona Miriam Mclvianis Marian Logue Pu. .v A ' C if! 'wx' 'X 91" ' ...S- 2. .55 . ,,,.. , ,, . v iv sv. I' Hazel Wright Betty Vogler l --'fr ' -Alf M'-2fi?..'1.'L'?'- -V 4 fit!-. 'T Louise Dill lean P01161 L FRATERNITY VARIETY is the spice of life", and cam- pus fraternities and sororities made this their theme for their social calendars of 1939-40. Banging from bridge lessons through teas, dinners, housecleanings, rushing parties, reunions, formals, and con- fabs, to just plain studying, the student af- filiates managed to spend the past year actively, as the pictures on these pages prove. Evidently everything was lots of fun, if smiles mean anything. lt wasn't long after school opened in the fall before sororities and fraternities began holding their series of open house teas. Tea-dancing at fraternity houses was in- augurated and as usual, there was a "Do- Nut-Taire", a "Gingeree", and a "Choco- lataire". Many national sorority inspectors were honored at these open house affairs. The Record Rage During 1939-40 there was a run on radio- victrolas-at least a good many of the fra- ternities and sororities acquired new ones last fall. Because of this, probably the most frequent social event of the year were the affiliates' house parties. There were "hen parties", "smokers", "old clothes dances", and "sweater hops", held at the Greek- letter houses. They economized and yet had a good time. The month of October is the month of masquerade and the University of Akron's Greek organizations played make-believe by way of dress-up dances. The Bowery Brawl and the Rodeo each followed a defi- nite theme, while others were patterned af- ter Spirit of Hallowe'en. November 12 was the day of days for freshmen women who finally got to see the inside of sorority houses. This was the date of the annual Open House Tea, which is the shot from the starter's gun to begin sorority rushing. Each freshman woman received cardboard replicas of sorority pins as she entered the various houses. From then on sorority women were busy with house chats and finally the formal rushing party -then silence. Christmas vacation was the most popular time for winter formals, for the majority of the fraternities and sororities held their for- mal dances then. The affiliates managed to squeeze the Military Ball in their Christ- man vacation schedule also. x., S x w-S . ,s A Ba aff' ff Q' n-"""".'-' Tcnt Hazel Wnght , '4 Kaihryn Pershmg 1 Grubb N 3 P Evelyn Hooker ' X .H .,,. o, ,.,.,,. ,,,x To A3 Mart ha ,fn lsie Io Hansen 'K' Norma Frunkhn J 1 I fb Ruth 9 U 'N 1 FN Eff! 1 R, Louise :ny Gene Nc ft, ,N L' I Elxzcxbeth Mciklonun mmy Lou Thompson J L 1 9 'L ,-I . 14 . 'Q T3 t e ia - V181 Banquets observing Founders' Days, were interspersed at various times through- out the year. In the fall lnterfraternity and Panhellenic Associations each held their annual informal 'dinners In March the annual fraternity and sor- ority song fests are held and so all year 'round the students practiced together in- formally. Gathering around the piano af- ter sorority meeting Was lots of fun. And then came spring! Even though spring this year was very late in coming housecleaning at the sorority houses Went on as usual during Spring vacation. The pledges did their share of the Work, this time, helped out by the actives. Soon ev- erything Was sparkling clean-only to be spoiled by dirt from a furnace fire in May. Conglomeration Filling in the empty time between dances, dinners, teas, and' other social functions were the sorority "get-to-gethers", "coke dates", "telephone dates", and "spreads". The pledges were kept in line by the threatened use of paddles. Knitting was again revived as a popular pastime. Sor- ority Women got together on Monday nights and improved each others' grooming. Al- though all of this makes it seem as though there just couldn't be any time left-these affiliated students did study. Term papers were Worked out in groups of two or three at the houses. Antonia Blacketter Florine Batman Ruth Weninger Elynore Fulton Kathleen Vosper AQ. Doris Halstead A 911 Q ., M., :ax Fx vw'-"' i 5601 'f-1,. WU. W Su Yxflfobe ff, gg-.eppex eq? 10,26 Siu S196 O W , gg ?:2728?9 OD jeqnne BPH .nf VL Pix, Q1-olyq 'Va 1816 I le ff r"' X 6 Mot eve 650 Q6 Clinger lam' Grace Elean ard M xme Scholder Thacker 'YP A 5. ,. . Mary Sue Sffgiez 0 1 P. 'Uh 'I mf 1 Q 4 4 il: lx , ,Q of 1, t N mf, f R 6 Q A ,f-if , 1 , MZ ' I 1 ..5,. fp f ,f 5' If WASN'T IT FUN? Iust look at these pictures taken at Inter- fraternity and Panhellenic dances May 3 and 4 and judge for yourself. Those who attended the Interfrat affair on Friday night had to catch up on their sleep Saturday in order to be fresh again for the Panhellenic affair Sat- urday evening. Ross Halamay's orchestra furnished the music for the Interfraternity dance, which was held at East Market Gardens. Intermission at the Interfrat hop featured the presentation of two awards-the scholastic trophy and a trophy for the best booth. Phi Kappa Rho again won the scholarship cup and the Lone Stars took the booth trophy with their booth exhibiting their trophy collection. Panhellenic Council chose the same spot as the fraternity council for their annual dance. A new feature of the Panhel affair was the presence of a receiving line, headed by Presi- dent and Mrs. I-Iezzleton E. Simmons. The presidents and faculty advisers of the sor- orities comprised the receiving line. Delta Pi Iota was awarded the sorority scholarship trophy during intermission. Don Ricardo and his American Aristocrats furnished the music i131 t . , , 1 B o u 'IU' Q .-Q. x. ll 5 x I. 0 Ou. 0 Qpviax O f 'Q 51,15 gf' s O .,,,. ff, 4 Q o 'f "'os ,Q...? Q Q Q , O 9 4 . ext' Y' Q48 655 C5235 Cf' so fl . X Q9 v Q. we 63 SDL C650 wi V N. Q, OO Q' FACULTY ADVISER V OS -53' Mrs. Florence Whitney Q sc X9 Q 9 GQ orricizns ,bv C5 QF X President Q5 XO Chairman of Standards NX QC' XX Corresponding Secretary QQ Recording Secretary X' Treasurer SENIORS V 4-1 , , I- . S . Q ' Q i ' li x 1' Margaret Ammerman Lucille Harris Helen Iredell Antonia Blacketter Helen Dewhirst Rosemary Firestone Louise lobe V Patricia Machan Virginia Berg Betty Bloor Betty Cooper Marguerite Donovan r, f . Helen Voige UPPER COLLEGE GENERAL COLLEGE Mary Thomas Betty Winkelman Betty Ann Waugh Antonia Blacketter Mary Murphy Iane Murdoch Lois Mytholar Mary Gene Noye: Mary Thomas Martha Wallace Betty Ann Waugh Virginia Wecker Betty Winkelman Ruth Dornan Muriel Hessler Martha Larrick Mary Murphy PLEDGES Mary Louise Ahern Mary Virginia Bader Ianet Blair Hope Brightman Ann Buettell Betty Lou Clinger lane DeCora Betty Dorner Marilyn Dyson Mary Louise Fireston Iuanita Gamble Marie Glynn Betty Gotshall Dorothy Griesinger Lois Haynes Leonore Heib Isabel Hopkins Kathryn Iobe Margaret Kimberly Merle Kucheman Ellen Loomis Patricia McGovern Carolyn Marsteller Iulianne Mayfield Doris Miklashek Mary Rowe Maxine Scholder Ann Tschantz 6 GXQGYC lllllll P Lucille Harris elen dsl Lois Mytholar Mary Gone Ney Halma 05 J gb I ff. 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President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Doris Aumann Ieanne Benson Dorothy Iohnson Dorothy Keiser Elizabeth Ploenes Kathryn Kriegbaum Mary McCobb Betty Musser Betty lane Appleby Kathryn Carr Dorothy Gregory Ruth Halsey Iane Harbaugh Dorothy Hinson Irene Mcllroy Mary lane Meeks lane Shaffer Dorothy Keiser Adeline Thomas Henriette Mathias Betty lane Slusser Betty Musser Mary Louise Wagner Mary Louise Gunsolus Marcia Berlitz Arlene Carroll Evelyn Morris Emmy Lou Thompson GENERAL COLLEGE Adeline Thomas Henriette Mathias Catherine Miller Ethel Wellock Martha Bolender Dorothy Crum Eva Hale Elsie Io Hansen Orine Howard Helen McShaffrey Betty Schwartz Mary Elizabeth Smith . gf -A T25 Doris Aumcmn Marcia Berlitz Mury Louise Gunxolu-4 Mqfy l,f,., 'Jlqqnffr ilklem "'Sp'N init - Q 'bf' 'if' ' Dorothy Iohnson Dorothy Kcxscr Elizabeth Plocncxg Bf'N'y' ICU10 SNSSUY 'V 'Qtr' mourn- we ' if Henriette Mathicg MGI? Mccobb Catherine Mille! Betty MUSSEI' Z .,x , 1, gm as ' I Xa 1? S I., it M, Bene Ifme APP1ebY Martha Bolender Kathryn Cm, Dorothy Crum 'W 6-3445, , 'Q' 'S' Ethel Wellock Elsie I0 Hansen 7 'rf 3-S 1 11 I4 rrnnl: P,v'nv,n I 'Q L wfxgrg 'cg' I Hmm f Log Tnzrnpnz '36 A q-1 ,sr Mary Renfrew :Q 6 Dorothy Gregory I-ff Q f. 1' :fn 2. . D bf 1 1 Ann.. 'x:sr'J. J6- 5 Q--" i it .r ff v'g:.:-"' 345 ' ' vlff s::'::.s 2: r .fb N J. , , , E'.'eE'y': ?'!CTTS B S. Y, 'gn' .5 I June Hcrbcugh ' Dorothy Hinson Orine Howard Man king M315 ' 15: ,Y Irene Mclh-oy Betty Schwartz lane Shatter MGT! 5 slam! Ruth Halsey XOXQSXM Q? wt we cf Q 9 x- QQ? 552 Qs 9 Q5 Y' site? web w X xy' .5- .x0 ,Q Q OT lx, 4 Q13 be X52 FACULTY ADVISER Q-x ff X6 ',' Miss Gladys Weeks OX' fx 'gm x- OFFICERS President li? so Vice-President ig' Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer SENIORS 3 J Dorothy Brittain I 'is Dorothy Dix Marjorie Glass Ieyne Crooks Martha Early lean Garrett Elizabeth Kenny Margaret Ammerman Florine Batman lane Baughman Louise Dill Evelyn Eberhart Helen Frederick lean Gallagher UPPER COLLEGE Carmen Wince GENERAL COLLEGE PLEDGES Martha Anderson lone Beyer Ruth Bitter Eleanor Clark , leanette Crawford l ? lt 2 '1 x Elynore Fulton Ioan Guinter Marjorie Hollinger lane Lincks Ellen Manthey Evelyn Mayers Kathryn Wagner Ruth Weninger Marjorie Kneale Sue Snyder Martha Early Carmen Wince Iean Garrett Carroll Olin Betty Sandberg Kathleen Vosper Marjorie Kneale lean Palmer Sue Snyder Mary Margaret Stubbs Doris Lee Halstead Hazel Hobbs Virginia Hurst Doris Lincks Christine Moore lean Petley Mary Woodward Dorothy Hriltain Mariorio Glam Carroll Olln ,NSIN WIT' Martha Early Mary Margaret Stubbs lf., 'iff "Q"7 Evelyn Eberhart r A . 'Y 3-if Q' war Q., Aw ADX Christine Moore Wah- Q22 0,4 'Y 4 .. , of f l . Us s 5 ' G .' . 1, u -,Hi leon Garrett Ellzoboth Kenny -is 2 G . 'V ual , W Ham 1 Burr! bmq f Hb ' 3 L 1 r 17' ! , Muriorie Kneule ' rf Q A as. 'sa gp li ' " X- ' fbfb t Il? '- f 'YM' W wig., I ,A Tffff f, -..r' " K L 1 Cmmen Wines Margaret Ilmmcrmarl Florine Batman 36' JY 'V' -sf 'N' :iff M Helen Frederick 3212 'wx lean Petley 45165 ,tgp ,W as---f A H lean GUHUQXWU Doris Halstead Q Ml 'vX ,,a-1 'sl Mary Woodward Martha Anderson fx ?Oi mv 'V' gas. 'R 554 A gunna, Clqgk Ieanette Crawford Elynore Fulton Ioan Gulnter b Kumi-nf. 'lf,.g,4f , , 'napa J '25 1 , ir' - -U "" If-rm Palm- 1 I 5, 2. 2. Y'-sv s - -, f,,,N 'run K V , 1 lone Bouqhman Lama! Dm 1 6- 'ang 0- I ty N f ., xt. l tix- Hozel Hobbs Dori Lr.:u ii ff? fig , ' ,. 'F , . 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'tv FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Ota Curry Miss Katherine Reed OFFICERS E 1 R President ve YH farmer First Vice-President Hazel Wright Second Vice-President Helen ?DrYmf1tk Recording Secretary Helen leitrigh t Corresponding Secretary Mary A ice Orrl OH Treasurer Betty Shane Mildred Evans Lorraine Prater Marjorie Meade Betty Boyd Helen Bryant Mary Burks Betty Erick Alice Kinsey jeanette Krumrine Harriett Benson Alice Croskey Helen Deitrick Norma Franklin Evelyn Hooker Marjorie Hoover Eleanor Arbogast Patsy Arnold Audrey Baker Bettie Bender Mildred Brouse Denise Capps GeorgeAnne Carey Annajean Dillehay Edith Epperson Vera Grubb Ruth Heimann SENIORS UPPER COLLEGE Eleanor Woodard Doris Renner Eleanor Schwartz Betty Vogler Ruth Oberlin Evelyn Renner Pauline Romig Laura Roundy Eleanor Schimp Mary Alice Thornton GENERAL COLLEGE PLEDGES Rosejean McGinley Kathryn Pershing Betty Shane Martha Shook Hazel Wright Ianis Hoffman Martha Mercer Margaret Nielsen Glennie Osborne Mary Ellen Schweikert Phyllis Shaver Pauline Sherry Marjorie Smith Barbara Walker Elaine Woodward Marilyn Wyckoff .fy ID T7 ll .86 ,P W 'V if 1 'V X. Mnldwd Evans cl .1 9 '99 'I' Helen Brvanl Laura Roundy W 'Q' - ,f ' X if Evelyn Hooker 1 ui' 4 .9 ilk! Tb," f f Iffi: 3 Patricia Amol f4 agp RK vig, Mfulflm- Mr-fulv 1,.,,r , In nm-1 , lmmnm- Frninv WI-sw 13 -ff 1. 'fr MUIY Hufkn Br-Ny Incm Fuck AMN' K'n5'f'Y '1 P' -PYN' Qin.. 9 .,-M.. -gr 'Ss ...tx Qian- Us Eleanor Schxmp Mrrrxf Alxl +1 Thornton HUYUUN B2n50n 4 asm QP pgs,-f suv "TE" Manorie Hoover Roseiean McG1nleV 'Q 1 , , 4 vw' ' A Y- K A ,M in rv' 4? 'kiln 'Y I:- .., ff 'ff lf A4-r 6 1""Y Vi, uhm ,' 'r 1111111 26- Y 6 x'7 Q f inn-' ' . pl, ZS' 6 :H l' 'HH 'VIA Kvumnm' 5 Q--Y yn., gm. ,A .w., .- f..-., , 7 1 A iv v 5' QW? 415 5 Alxce Crobkcy ZR 'vn- Klang. form: mrxl.. Levncr 94' -E' BMW shane Marlhcx Shook Rei wrlgh. :..e:::: L::cq:r i up-ng, Cl AUCUBY Buffer Belize Bender Mildmd Eff-'USE' George- Anne Corey fv- al-G, i -eq. l X' D i A-na-Keen Dilehay 'fem Gfggg 5 ,vb in craig 'ir' V V' ' - if 'T ...ps 'V ,, ig.: if ..., f 60 'V' fi Q' .no Sr' C' Edjqh E,-,pagan Rufh Hermann IUUIS H0"""0n Marlhd Mercer Gienme Osborne Sh:-er 'I ' v ws ac: "' Q 6 1 . ,A f -553 'R 1 , ."E7g:i'3i:1'e , . ,'.E'R'N 5 X' I Mary Ellen Schweiked A Pauline Sherry Mmiarie Elaine Smnh 5.1: Nu Wlalirer 5? F .55 .27 it Qt Q Q' -S 59' Y' Ny ot X ob' Y. .LS 'S O 5 ep A? fb S as Y, Ox FACULTY MEMBER Y' g AS X50 Mrs. Iane S. Barnhardt 'F Y, gg 429 X' .L 5 .K l A, Q S , Iqqhb P Gd t OFPICERS Q, 5 O W- g rest en rx, L 9 , S OJ .5 Vice-President s o . x. , sg 'N ZX? l H Secretary . + Qi, .e 5 O Q Q-xg, Treasurer QC 5 CEP' Q' 1 SENIORS 'T 3 ov- Helen Besshardt Marion Durr Marjorie Logue lane Bowers Ieanne Marie Feeley Martha Foster Ann Hamilton Eleanor Khoenle Betty Baker Helen Durr Pauline Eagon Eleanor Iackson UPPER COLLEGE LOWER COLLEGE Mardelle Witwer Ann Hamilton Marian Logue Roberta Ohl Ieanne Marie Feeley Gertrude Long Betty Ross Elaine Stone Marian Logue Roberta Ohl Eleanor Shaw Mary Sue Singleton Helen White Frances Morrison Cathleen Nealis lane Neely lean Tait PLEDGES Beverly Simmons Betty Sisler Marjorie Smith Gloria Spegal Helen Stankard Ianet Tucker Nanciann Wean Mona Anderson Gene Arbuthnot Avalorene Billings Marian Griffiths Estelle Handley lane Lehner Marthabelle Rieker Mildred Williamson F' I will Holen Bvnnhardt Iuno Bownrn lk' Roberta Ohl Uv' wa F rcmces Morrison Vlad' leon Tail lane Le hner A f gal Marlon Dun' M""l"" Loan' ,L Guriludl LUN! 'Y' -.YJ L-'rum Zmrm '16- so 'tv-f 1 Q.- i Ieanno Fcaley Martha Foster Ann H,,,,,,H0,, U""':"' Km"""' df' in in? 5 gs Eleanor Shaw Mary Sue Singleton Helvn Whxlc j:.:4U1" N ' ' , , ss ., Q ' 'QQ 355 h . I 5 ,V 11 In X- ibn 5 f' Al l tri 1, ' 4 FFA ., rr 1421 55 Y .- """"'. A Pauline 50905 Eleanor Iuckson Cnlhleen Nealis all W 'B' -5. 53169 ' .Q Betty Boker ll ...f 2 , 'I' z- I ,ggg-5-hx 24"-+ M: lane Newly 4-lin Q 1" 42 A I. 'Q 6 1 E2 .I-7, fix? 1 l 32 Fw- J. ,. ,, . Qu.-.57 Mono Anderson Gene Arbulhnot Rvalorene Bxllings Marian Griihlhs 49. 2 Q. ,X K an Q is v, .hi ft? V -4- 1 ' , - 4 I I I. Q Beverly Simmons BVHY Slslel Mariano Elsie Smith Gloria Spegal r ,:' Qa-9 nv 'Y 'E' f'T..""' M H Nemcicmn Wum lanelfuckor F l Q Mildred wmmmson Zwrhg -V 'Q '.":' :' Lv. x 39 ,-ex Q7 , , ' S Q.,-' Y 5-1::':f-..e ""'1'F0T Gina. 5 'C' , A ."' Yu'- ?' In 4'-. Msrthabell Ricks: 25. T' He'e:1 S.::,x::i 1 . ,ex . x -XX 4 RX N N k - N N X .XNF Q if X Cs X V Q? XXX CM X. Q X N Xxx . S Q, A X X Q NX XNC X X 5 x -L xx v L Qs G '23, -OX -X9 wq st 5 5 x Y' X t A X5 5 9 Q xxx xixxxx X -X x S 7 Q-+ OFFICERS President Margaret Shively Vice-President Catherine Ioy Recording Secretary Miriam Hoffman Corresponding Secretary lean Shallcross Treasurer lean Hamilton 4. FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Iosephine Cushman Miss Elizabeth Lathrop SENIORS Mary lane Cummings Wanna May Wagner UPPER COLLEGE Miriam Hoffman Catherine Ioy LOWER COLLEGE Fern Fairall lean Hamilton Mildred Kylander lean Watkins PLEDGES Elizabeth Bixler V Ruth DeKalb Margaret Elliot Betty Lou Evans Marion Ioy Mary Kirk ....r' i YXY 5.1 -gfrfl -Q Lois Weddell Ioanna I-Ioffmaster lean Shallcross Margaret Shively Kathleen Scott . Fern Shryock Wanda Stoner Iean Krause Ioan Loeftler .T Betty McCormick Ann Miller Margaret Robertson Dorene Thomas L. fag r . 5 L Mary Icme Cummings '36, 3 lean Shallcross 91 --qs. 436 Q' Y ini' Wunnu May WGQMY Mnrnum Henman ' -"f 53.3 466. ,ar ,h, wg 56" Margaret Shively Fern Fauall 35-f' ' ll Ieun Hurmnon r HY' 'O' b pp-g.. .I .N V1 nn-if 1 . V 5 4' Fcm Shryock Wurzdc Sinner Mildred Kylcmder Kqqhleen Saou Nl lean Watkins Marion IOY 55 uggr Holly McCormick I I -of- U I ",.: gg- an 5: 1 f' Q59 N "' 'V 'WHY' Q , ff A 1, .wx 5' M 'fi ' xq Ruth DeKalb Margarei Elliott Fwy Lou Ever' A' 'fl ,N K Q .iff-925 Mqry Kirk . Iocm Loetile lean Krause Q6 4-R-ff W 6 lg 6' Ann Miller i Margaret Roberison kb wedge: Ye Q - N' OC N' ,MQ ,Rx Y' 0 Cs' S x A50 NOX xg Q5 CW C29 FACULTY ADVISER QD 4- -:Y Miss Margaret Fanning 'SY' 9+ xxx' K Q32 Q OFFICERS Q XXX XS President Elizabeth McA1onan X9 AXXOQ li Vice-President Grace Patterson X55 hh' V Q Recording Secretary Genevieve Smith .33 A ASP i ' V6 Treasurer luaflita Loulan X 'fx X ' Corresponding Secretary Bernice Frank . I' io? V SENIORS Evelyn Baughman Marian Burnham UPPER COLLEGE Iuanita Loulan Elizabeth McA1onan LOWER COLLEGE Helen Amer Mary Flynn Bernice Frank Norma Greer Marie Hamman Rita Krupp Grace Patterson Genevieve Smith PLEDGES Helen Bredhold Ellen Casey Ann Cunin Janet Harig Harriet Henton Mary lean Kelly Kathryn McCormick Eileen Walsh y , C I f . 1 b , 1, NM, Jahrmwm 'W ,isjww lwq I it Fi t, " R fl. 5 I -1 f RK lg M3233 A A 5, -M C ,Li , -r,LLL-r LLL as ax I if Y 'por 'Ov-4' 1 Evelyn Baughman an-P' -if 3. Marian Burnham , Iuanilu Loulan 1 Ehmh,,,y- Mr:Algnqn --www .X an-4 , ., .. ,gal 3 W I 36 qua, -AS "7 Mary Flynn 1 Bernice Flank Norma Gr6er Marie Hamman ,l ..... .-.. 'Ig' v"'.x KA 1,5914 ff l 1:'W.il Q. . ' V K A 'if fx Nu' s Q -A FX I Rita kilcfgpp' Grace Patterson Genevieve Smith Helen Bmdhold an in 'M TWH.. 'No 'ix 'ii' , Ellen Casey Y Anne Cunin Icmel Harig Harriet Henton ' l 136 'lg Kathryn McCormick 'A - Eileen! Walsh 5 Mary lean Kelly XY' xv CFFICERS QQ N President X Vice-President ? Secretary Treasurer X E FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Ebba Larson Marjorie Bond Pearl Brownsword Flora Flint Doris Allen Lucille Baughton Sarah Ann Cooley Eleanor Addleman Zola Iones Virginia Mitchell Faith Sherman Margaret Lonsbury Virginia Johnson Sarah Ann Cooley Miss Eldora Flint Margaret Lonsbury Perrine Messina Virginia Iohnson Ruth Crum Kathryn Lee Edna Ruth Shriner Betty Robson Alice Schaller Elaine Underwood ffm. 11. hr' Q' Vs Marjorie Bond Pearl Brownsword MUIQUIOI Lonsbury Pufmr: Me.-.Ama ifwiw ha 436. X, Q02 Q' pat- - -uv Margaret Pahle Flora Flint Virginia lohnson Faith Sherman W 1.3. r Hof Y"N--' aa " R 8 ar 5 48.3 ,rrr r Doris Allen Lvcile BOW-'9hl0n Ruih Crum Sara Cooley - 4717 .f pf' i vw'-"' "'A' 'U' W 4- lnvX l 5- Kathryn Lee Q Edna Shrine! Eleanor Addleman Zola lanes ea l' - W M '10- W4 "::."'5 ur 127' . '-fa" . V .5 Q w, Jul'-. Betty Robson Alice Schaller Elaine Underwood 'v OR? 'xx ff? Q Q9 'SY' obx ,i 'I L ., .WL b , 3, KN 4 fl OFFICERS President - Betty Cohen Vice-President Molly Winer Secretary Blanche Sherman Treasurer Frances Gertz SENIORS Esther Alpern Leano Mendleson Beatrice Sass Beatrice Friedman Bernice Gurewitz Bertha Greenbaum Fay Umansky IUNIORS Betty Cohen Blanche Sherman GENERAL COLLEGE Grace Berk Lucille Gerson Molly Winer Frances Gertz PLEDGES Gladys Magilvy Mary Scheller Ruth Stan Evelyn Siplow Gertdude Kain Ida Mancovitz Mildred Gross Sara Budweiser ' ' -tn:-Y .3-G 36 J V r in Esther Alpern Beatrice Friedman Bertha Greenbaum Berrmga- Carr-'11.'z pi--. 'UC Leona Mendelson Beamce Sass 'Qu ,, i, W '!"'N imma Lucile Gerson Gertrude Kain 'X Mawr Gladys Magilvy 4' Q6 -v -Qi Bettie Cohen Blanche Sherman W' 3' 1. fs . .3 Y, 5 inns: g,,. Grace Beyk Frances Gertz Molly Winer 'hm if "31- Sara Budweiser 0051 -fd, 'inf' it N- 'S-uw' Mildred Gross Idg Mqncgvjfz 3-A 4 Mqry Schiller Ruth Stan Evelyn Siplow N., A , ufqk- Y' 09 -.x. K x O- Q-Q? SX 9 xc? ev it vit X oft 9' x vo XSS Q5 Q X X . w m VKX President Vice-President Secretary 'f- E gif' Corresponding Secretary 1' Treasurer Faculty Adviser OFFICERS Isabelle Barbar Margaret Shafer Marie Grell Betty Iane Scott Iune Cochran Murphy Rena Nancy Cable MEMBERS Anna Balaji Ianet Cole Dorothy Gaylord Enid Green Alice Roundy Moore Margrete Peterson Betty lane Scott Eleanor Vinez Dorothy Brooks Peggy Dawson Eleanor Green Marie Grell Iune Cochran Murphy Dolores Seiler Margaret Shafer Grace Willis PLEDGES Doris Mae Atkins Ruth Mac Monagle Opal Shaver Doris Dailey Doris Rivers Dorothy Shobert uf up Y:- gd 'Q' 110' W: 6' inf -s-.4-f ju-f X. Q69 Q Get? 'YY' ' X Q ACK 'X 0 'S W .QQD Yr ca if 0331 Q 6 h OX Q-:fo V X af 6 XG Y Xxx C56 xoq' x G5 X965 Qi A O 'M Q6 +9 roi tb 6 P F M XxOQ X 1 i Cyx 5 'vibe X, XX xii I his O 11 WR X -e K f President Treasurer Secretary Reporter House Manager OFFICERS Richard Sipes Iohn Hutchinson Robert Russell Eugene Caillet Louis Furst Fred Ayer Louis Furst Robert Higley Iohn Hutchinson Marvin Marquardt Park Myers Gene Caillet Harry Carroll Robert Iohnson Don Konsiek Iacques Burrell Robert Dine Robert Hickman Garfield I-loft Richard Mayfield Andre Andreoli Robert Broadbent Tom Broge Walter Cahill Vince Cardarella Mike Fernella William Finegan William Flower Robert Godlove William Green Irwin Heiler Dave Iuaron Norman Litz SEN IORS IUNIORS GENERAL COLLEGE PLEDGES Dana Noel Hewes Phillips Richard Sipes Richard Witner Charles Wyman Ioe Remmington Robert Russell Robert Secrest Charles McBride Iulius Meszaros Ted Schoettel William Schcueneman Robert Singer Iohn Wade Ray Watters Wade Morrow Stanley Myers Carl Nachtrieb Robert Staudt Charles Teeter Robert Tillet lim Titmas William Turney Richard Walter Rex Wingard William Wright Ralph Young Y 11 ,mr X 1 ., , .1 . - 9 QA 3 p'2 4. i 3' Qin-ss iv 'L-v Fred Ayer Louis Furs! Robvff HffJlUY P Hewes Phillips Q. ,N 4- - -, ,Z 1, vi, -Av., yjw y 1 J .7 JV, . -P 3?-Q .ffwm as W 'v , 'f mu if gan- air Richard Wilflef Que, I H0595 593997 Berton Hickman Ray B. Watters 3 mv' David I udson ob, q9 Donald Kohsiek ,-. guns-cr. Charles McBride A . . HM- Murvm Munluural I n loc Remmglon Dune N911 I' ,V 1-1.x- i' Ruben Hwavx-ll .-4 . V g ' 1 w. ' rl 4 1,4447w.,.-:fu A ' " ?.-1175's N -r nigxf- Ted Schoeliel 75"-no ji . .1 KID' K. M" -- ' "W: 4?e!,f'JH'v. 97" ff- Q ' N, 'if lf,-::,..4' g?5f: 'xr N'."fj', -1: E M, It AJ. 14.17, Luil K 'Thy SJ Heber! Smger 2-GJ Y Y kzrvzrd Srpos 0- ' 9 Q:- lacqun Lureu Q. ! fi? f',f J fzhz 'Wade . 5 an-f-' Ralph Young M R051-:rl Brgqdhem l Thomas Broge Walter Cahill VV is-:er W n Q f 'aug IFE 4,51 A ' as 5?-' v , 111 ' I ' N! also-A Qs, at M' 'Q' Wav' William Green Ifvin Heuer wade Morrow Stanley MYSYS Charles Teser I' I ' A , 4 Q P. F v E: .I V 4 T 'V E- in-r""' , Wk' 9, 5 A151-'-3 :A .kxnx 5 5325351 inf' 1411195 Tifmds wlllldm H. Tumey' Wxiliam Wfrighi 513553 kxgggig 1 I Qs O GQ Q? Qglf X2 Y- 3, QQ rf Q. be SENIORS Q OOO U Robert Bertsch Robert Reidy X Q George Fretz, Ir. Frank Simonetti Q Andrew Garcia P f IUNIORS N- lack Brown Fred Malagig Iack Brundage Iack Fagan William Fleming William Fogarty Leroy Gunning William Heepe Marvin Heid Gene Hopkins Albin Krivitsky lack Marlowe Andrew Ondecker Dominic Patella Philip Patton Dale Pettry Iohn Pope Bruce Sanderson Iames Sellers Stephen Semegen Albert Lockhart Earl Sockel Iack Sullivan GENERAL COLLEGE Frank Barbee Alvin Lemkei Alvin Greenhorn Iohn Lukas Ivan Kreemer Douglas Poston Arthur Larson lack Welsh FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. H. E. Simmons Mr- l0h1'1 Bulger Dr. Charles Bulger PLEDGES OFFICERS President George Fretz. lr- Gilbert Belair Treasurer Arthur I-Cfrserl Sebastian Boring 5eCrefG1'Y Ivan Kreemer Lester Bracken Chaplain Alvin Greenhorn joseph Cqmpqnqle f i, . ,yy - .. 3 A, ,... 'il 1 gif, - ' F y A ' ' ,',f..Q' 1 - .,. 5, l . I f I. 1' A, . gvt Arthur Clare Iohn Costigan lack Drake Grover Duke William Farmer George Florin Iohn Fogarty Harry Frazee Thomas Gilbride Reigle Hibbard William William Hilkert Eugene Hollander Samuel Koledin Edward Libbey William Lindhe Andrew Maluke Richard McCann William Mullin Lewis Oatley George Panich Gerard Parseghian Francis Ross Iames Sankey Walter Slee Daniel Witwer Wolff . ,..,.....-nAEf.u..- -nb-.. bl Robert Baruch Goorqo Fretz Rob, ,4 R, ,dy Frank Snmonem Wnlham Flommq ,J ' nn Wxllxam Heepe Mmvin Hem Philip Patton Arthur Larson Sebqsmm Bormg Anhw Clare Iohn T Coshgan V tl' 'i 1, W?-V i .. v f,' N, 'X cv.v3w+,'1wf .N Thomas Gubnd' William Hi-lken Samuel Koledxn Edward Libbey Wdhim Mulhn Leuns Octlev lumen Scmkey XS :mer Q1 14 Fx, Q56 fb Qi OW if Y' Q QQ' Q25 Q - fi? Q' QQ S Y' X L54 qkxc' at C? Ce' YV Q XBOX Qt 9 ,S sc' Q Q ,RC-: XXOX ei' Q' 9 OC' Y gcb xgbfjx N U XV Q. p X S, Q 35 s o T FACULTY MEMBERS Gegfge Hg-Yes Mr. Harold McKee esident . 1 ce-President :retary ,vc-.. -,.... .AfE'!' Dr. Arthur Young OFFICERS lack Thacker Dallas Sprinkle Eric Chedester Iames Shipman Robert Austin Iames Ross Eric Chedester Mark Church Paul Coburn Mark Downing Walter Grigas Lee Hibner Alvis Isner Richard McCarthey Robert Knox William Koerschner Richard Bedur Eugene Benedict William Davis Warren Creed Gene Dickey Harold Fitzsimmons William Flannigan David Gabriel SEN IORS Fred Klein UPPER COLLEGE GENERAL COLLEGE Albert Trumpikas PLEDGES Albert Seiler Robert Wiltrout Donald Krenrick Erwin Moats Philip Smith Iames Shipman Dallas Sprinkle lack Thacker George Twickler Ioseph Waddell Walter Wright Harold Zimmerman Ransie Dillard Robert Longworth Clarence Rohrick Ralph Ifft Harold Toner Robert Wright Larry Thompson Iames Thornton 5' .34?,-zezi.-!',i Lis. ., , -sw. , AIAJL' Jn.. 'fi 43' AELN 1 ' I ll-aa. f Y? WY 'W' in-10 'Q Fred Klein , Iames R083 fhilndw vu- i,,,,,,.--... 'i turn? I if V NNI U xr Mark Church v me "V M 1 Donald Krenrick , 'Inari 2 5, Paul Coburn ,cv Awe f ll wr n ml Erwin Mocxls A -ay' Que..-I 4 fn-.8-4 George Twickler Walter Wright s Q 2- I f Albrerl Sf-llrfr ! ll ly G- h- z 5 iv. Roberl Wxllrout , - Q -.1 1-""'f A, L .W A ,an-as Kr 42 A l H ,T'?f5',jfL li A - 'l'- l- ,j. uglitff in Ml!-F . t ,iff nfl - ' Marla Downing vfz, fri 'A v 4 ' 41 fig v- Xuan' .4 ,. L. Iomes Shipman nh 30 S ina i ,IJ-'11-M1-! F9 1' -1 VVc1her Grigcs 'f'J.l1.'rm KOQY1C2'.3f: fr . -v -Q, I ' I QAMWI r Q -its 1 Dollars Sprinkle ' ,l'? fl' 54 A Elm. 'f-va. K 3' - ix H 119'-, Harold Zimmerman QQ gf.. 'iv 5 W-Q.-, it-ff! hx.-" uv Richard Bedur 45' 4 GZ i lack Thacker av- ,,.., E.: :fue :e:e III? 5- . 1,4 X uv Q1-nl' cv'- Wiuillm Dwi! A Ransie Dillard Lee Hibner Hoberi I-Ongwofih . Albert Trumpikcxs 0+ 4? sk is 423' Q06 Stupid, Q Q0 4 'QA Y -0 'Q " Y' '34 is F , 'Q . A 54 .hh YQWQ. Dean Fred Ayer President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Historian Aubrey Allman Edward Hall Kenneth Klar Chester Kolk Kenneth Banks Robert Brownfield Dean Chapman Clayton Cross Robert Frisby Pete Gitter Robert Humphreys FACULTY MEMBERS OFFICERS SENIORS UPPER COLLEGE - K t Clarence Iauchem Iohn Laughlin Paul Landefeld Horace McKiernan Leslie Minnear GENERAL COLLEGE William Van Nostran Mr. Fred Householder Kenneth Banks Harold Rootes Paul Landefeld Horace McKiernan Robert Humphreys Q Frank Olivo Roger Schaeffer Karl Seib Michael Yakubik Vance Luke Harold Rootes William Schweikert Robert Smith A Russell Stetfy Frank Snyder Harry Sobeck Frank Vukan Dallas Riddle Ray Seese Myron Suderow PLEDGES George Anastos Iames Ayers Robert Baker Albert Boston Iohn Crow Howard Darst Herbert Davis Richard Davis Primo DellAngelo William Humphreys Blaine Iohnston Andrew Miller Harold Mingle George Plozak Thomas Powers LaVon Walker Edward Weihe Paul Williams ? J lin 'E' ll Auhrny Allman ' Edward Hall Chalk! Kelli , Frank Olivo Kaur 95110511 4 ' , H l l rf- iz" 3 3, A Kumegh Bank' Robert Brownlield "' l Dean Chapman gnywn Cmm I - and 3 "in, W, pm 3 Y ,x cgi 'RZ ,.- A . 5' 'WL' 'sg , ,bw if M - -4., V11 .il l'1':,fv' IV ry Pwu 'fu' I - Q- . 41 Us Jan. ,z . ' .al I Hobart Humphrvls Clarence Iuuchem Vance LDP! Harold Roolef' VVu.xarr. Sch-mnkcrl LN A 1 .Frank ,Snyder Hany Sobeck M Ruggeli Sqeify ' Frank Vukan Paul Lcndeleld i f l 4 ., 'bf 254 21 ...W 'jk d xg I ."-Q"'v'f,5.a f4?i.5?"J'f'e Q I J 1 4111 -li- F Dallas Biddle A. MY sem Myron sudcmw l- M QQPWG Al'1GSl0S Alberl Boston 6-Q' 4? 3 r r' lolm Crow wluium Humphfeys Blaine lohnslon Andrew Mdler p..,.. 3- , in- ln Lea.: P-fame: Inn., . 1.:'.' :i -'- L.-'i ' Q? QQ NOS 523' qv .9 Xe Q -9 'S QQ I 4669 web 'S 60 Y' Q sQ QQ' Q? -co CFO X' Q' S fr Y' Q QQ O60 5 CF 2, . 60 O' Ou!! Q05 pogo Q5 si Q3 L Ajit u, . 1 . x , fy, ,. fi . ffl Mr. Maxwell Boggs President Vice President Chancelor Secretary Treasurer Pledge Master Bill Barkley Glen Bishop Iames Boyd Charles Cehrs Paul Bartlett Robert Berry Frederick Brown Willis Eckard Clinton Emmerick Dale Akins Hollis Allan Kenneth Brooks Donald Brown Wilford Dickerhoof William Crain William Fisher Gene Frye Roy Hope Richard Kenny Iames McGrath FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. Ulysses Vance Dr. Harold Reid lGammal OFFICERS SENIORS Donald Mather UPPER COLLEGE GENERAL COLLEGE Willis Eckard Edgar Stevens Robert Berry Clinton Emmerich Paul Bartlett Hollis Allan Herbert Deist Richard Durst Iohn Frye Richard Lockhart Francis Grassbaugh Robert Mankin William Mark Edward McGrath Glenn Zimmerman Kennett Morgan Harry Pastorius Vernon Renninger Edgar Stevens David Tarbox Charles True Robert Waggoner Frank Woehl Carl Yokum Charles Zimmerman Leland Zimmerman PLEDGES Deen Burgan Kenneth Denholm Donald Fisher Maurice Fitch Iames Griffiths Robert Gunsolus Donald Hamilton Albert Hardman William Holbert Harry Hurtt Iohn Kretcnman Robert Linder William Marsh Iames McMorrow Arthur McMullan Ned Neidemire Hollis Tappan Robert Towne Carl Tschantz Robert Wallace , ,.,,.4. . +49 . I l .J 5 3 V-4. l '50 , ,mlb an , 'H ' 'fl-vs ,,,,. as ft' , 5' ' Q' Qs .gnu 4 yn- ,xx .. X .af Charles Cohn nl Hu 1-X :vi 1-4 1 Richard Lockhart .. , , x Qs. 7-V ' . f 5 X 'bf' ' '- sv K an--' ll X V ,llll H" 451 ' :mf . Iohu F'ry.v Donald Mfmllu-r " ' H" ' " 5- ' Q' 'ra gal: 'fp' nr - .,,., Af gum-in 'W mv I ' g f-.', g 'Z' Willis Eckard Clanton Emmerich Rohm' Mcmkm 'v'J.llmm Nlmf c?, 'li Glenn Zimmerman 5 dun- """ '2 -if 4: ll ea. 4 if M. """' N-..... 'Inf M. , N-f I l lx-uh x Dale Akins Kenneth Brook: Wllix.-rm Fxfher ig 5' ' A tr 'V' L -QQ anno- ' "ml W its lumen McGra1h Kenneih Morgan HUUY Vublcflus Vernon HL-nyzmqer wk, qw- Q' -Asy- f , ' ,,! '6- -7 o Q fa. 01 :I Q.. I rt. .. 'QRQJ an'- O 1 J -'I-egg , ,,-1. Fc. Hare .lay - Sf' .,- 5.- ..., r. Q 1 Y lbaagvs., , '93' Y' i ki! i v7"?- N- 250 i l B 1- , x X fx A Frank Wcehl an-Q T Vlilliamliolblt! .R 62, H'- VH 'Li 4g..- No- 'Q Curl Yokum Charles Zimmerman Melani Z mzuzern-an gb '55 A Q. if Rokmn und" William M055 Rrlhuu Mn'Mullan 'U' Q 'L l 36 ipaf-. " 'if ,ar Team Euracn 35.5, 5-4- 7' 5 . xr ..?.:.: - JG' v X - gwf ..:u:5 . ay.-pm .11 Ecru: K Y' 52' 4. +25 Y' Q Q 65 Q, Q "b Y is 465 .Slip Q eff? 59 QS' Y' 49 .gre 41 sf' 4- if 42,8 R59 Q Q Cv '35 . 6 'x Off ,IX Q0 go XJ Earl Davis President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Harmon DeGraff FACULTY MEMBERS OFFICERS Otis Douglas Paul Feeley lames Kay William Good Gene Sucharda Paul Buzzi Iohn Day Robert Hartz Rosser Iones William Bond Paul DeCora Lawrence Dillehay Paul Feeley Robert Glasgow Paul Appleby Allen Arbogast William Bines Iohn Burkley Paul Chapman William Good Marvin Hartz Iames Kay Don McGaughey f- r,z,.::'z::J SEN IORS Frank Zazula UPPER COLLEGE LOWER COLLEGE x Frank Klespies Ralph Maher lack McIntyre Robert McIntyre Iohn Hower Marvin McCormick Chester Schwall William Sisler William Smith Edward 'Wolf Iohn Mohn Robert Mohn Barney Myers Emerson Post Carl Snyder Richard Stover Gene Sucharda Raymond Upp Robert Weltmer PLEDGES Charles Ballard Richard Baylor Kermit Beach Earl Bond Iohn Bost Richard Bules Ierry Colombes Charles Crumrine lack Fitzgerald Claude Frazee George Gildow William Graham Fred Halliburton Lewis Harker Clyde Kistler Ted Kleines Bernard Maurer Iames Miller Harold Moore Iames Moore Dale Orr Dell Orr Iames Owens Herbert Peterson Robert Snyder lack Sutton Richard Weaver James Witner George Womersley , ,,. X vi, L X W ,X ca,- ' 9 --Q 1 '1 Paul Buni lnhn Day Kam :I Hun: Vmnk Klwwlflff "' L' "f ' ' 9 qv-no fir' nr Wxllmm Bond iid William Smilh ilu 'fd' ' Marvin Hartz 1 Q " . My f N 'j' I We . N. A 1 ,. 2 . 'HTL' 4 51 im as Hxchuvd Slove-1 I fl ignn 'X - Q it-1 15 Q Fred Hcln burton 'FMU 21 Dc!! On mul 1. .y nf.n,..n :n.qf,w Puul DnC0ru Lawn-mm hr W .gen --.. if i Edward Wolf Doncdd McGcughey ' ,. ,I asf' Q A , L' Y LV .E , K mg., I ,' .. 3 v, R . " 5 , Rnymondi Upp A .U 'N v T:-E4 .J . 'Lib Mf ' 1 VA...- it-r CV,-dv Kwik: Q. an f Pu ul Appl:-by Qc. ' rf '.' lf fn ,,, ..,., AA i I 4, L-.M 1 if 9 i 3 i .A.,. I., ...I , ..,..- X' hvx 1-v if mlm A,boq,,H Wnhum Hinos Paul Cnnpn-an '-1 ,...-- 'N.1.um '19-rs i 1 -.1 Lev 5 Iohn Mohr. norm-1 Mohr. Bumfv MMS Em'-rwrl Pm cm, sim- 1 1. 5, -:fx . 'a M 'S GX , 3 g- U 3 lr 5, -sv J 0- nr ka. ' 5.11 'Q ,- Q:-' -, .. Rob:-rt vwlemff chmlw annum: GW ECW' mmf swf - S--- 2 4, 1 2 -H f g' , 0, 1 " W ' 5 A an an ,ik 5" rg 4' 'S -2 an Q 3, 6- 2, x ' ' ' - X Av' fn ' 1 4 Ny x, if V 4 . 4' hy V-'fgfff - -ev' K , .qu---. ini N , W' 5 if I A xy kan- if E' , V , ' , ,Z Q f ' 'a iv?-1Q."" '. '3'f"Eii' .. f f 3, 2.4. n was I A 1. N 'K 1 TH., . ima., Crgmrzu- IuLk Fmqk-mid CM-:Q Fmzfc 5,5-gc S.. -: . - 1--- -- L. - , - :H- x X P f Q W in . K , m Q , 'xr -vi? 9 V 1 Qi I i 1 ,,., , in 5 Xjbr x ....., Q.. .i ,.... KT", -- Q -L. . xp .. V- -ffffsii LJ' ' "Fa: FQ' John HIP-M Ecrnavd M.-,um 'GMS C- MM H-' ' X iff: 52" il P- . c ..- - :Q 45 - .Sl ,Q 545. 5135 ,iv n 'Q 43 5, iv ' V W 6- 'U' V A """ ' A "-' ' "":-" -. "C," "'- T-" Iam-ss Owens I Q' ' Hevbm Pr-mum Rub.-A Snydu IG'-K 5-UM C Ei.:n.:-1 A,'x-x.- gri '-1 ti: r nc' 'sv O 5 Y' QQ' QW? 43' be 0060 0 Q0 - 101010 . 'RYUIOYOYOXO bu Ja '4 . o Q 0 . 0 ,4 s v4 0 . Q President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer AP Y 'Zi 4. 1.: .VT ' ? Leonard Sternberg Sam Borodkin Iack Reich Harvey Friedman Kenneth Koller FACULTY MEMBER Dr. Samuel Selby OFFICERS SEN IORS Harry Waldman UPPER COLLEGE LOWER COLLEGE Albert Umansky Herbert Kahn Sam Borodkin lack Reich Kenneth Koller Herbert Kahn Harry Rosenthal Louis Stile Herbert Lazarow Theodore Shapiro PLEDGES Louis Brown Samuel Green Ierome Heinick Maurice May Albert Reaven Louis Sholitan Alvin Sift Edward Silverman Phillip Wallock Eugene Weiss Benny Winer , Q MI v l 5 l 4 fr" 1 Hefbefl Kahn ' Leonard Slernberg Harry Waldman QF-" fa-'SES Qin Sdm Borofilnn 'sf' "N-"""' 'WY' 'bf' N59 .4-Z' lGCOb Reich Louis Stile Harvey Friedman Herbert Lazarow -ann-D' .""" Gad? buf' 6 Alb i U lc Louis Brown Kenneth Koller Ted Shapiro v er mans y 6' W 4? T4 V 'Z' . 4 xi' Maurice May Alben Heaven Louis Sholiton 3163 10 ip!! Q5 lbi '- W i ' Edward Silverman Philip Wqlloqk r'N.o imx 4 Q6 Ge? eg vs Y' '35 cfm .09 Xcilfb FACULTY ADVISER O 58 ow .0 Prof. W. W. Leigh Qt 5 X X .Ao oo' X955 +6 be Q60 . O OFFICERS CJ 5,69 XM ZQQ President I X3 Y xv? .QN Vice-President ,QR X59 gow Secretary XS' Q0 Q9 Treasurer 3 Ci Prophet X35 OQX -L Guard xv ' OX .X f XXXL -i AON ' yay Reginald H. Anderson C Q J Harolg EC Erust ,Q 1. Ivan . o eman wx 6 Gerard Hoerbelt 4 Walter L. Iohnson Q Richard H. Iordan 69 Roy E. McLaughlin J. .559 W. Paul Mills William I. Reichart Donald G. Singer W. Glen Thomas M. Eugene Waltz ref Walter L. Iohnson Roy E. McLaughlin Ralph H. Thomas Eugene Waltz Paul Mills Ivan Coleman Theo. Robert Bahry Francis I. Clark Vincent I. Flickinger Ralph G. Hoskin Eugene W. Iones Leo. I. McFarland I. Noon Marsh Charles G. Pettit Robert B. Ruppert Iarnes Robb Ralph H. Thomas Gerald E. Zeis PLEDGES lack Siemon Thomas E. Brett Andrew Hanzel William Core Alvin Goodhart Harold W. Field 'L '. yin rfb' 3 4 'W-1 ' . 4 1' . AJ' ,V gi... '14-mv: Hof-rr,-'L' K- ,,,--f Leo. I. McFarland 1' Y' A V W. Paul Mills 1 ,.,h- 29' Donald G Sxnger Icxmes Robb M Eugene Waltz lx- Glen Thcmcs "HX , mfr, J, T... I it url ASSEMBLY An assortment of poets, coaches, Indians, and G-men will linger in the memories of students who attended assemblies this year as headliners of 1939-40's "intellectual entertainment". Hair Cut Wows 'Em The short hair cut worn by new Coach Otis Douglas stole the show at the first assembly of the year, when he and Head Coach Tommy Dowler were introduced by President Hezzleton E. Simmons. Chief Do-um War Dance . Heap Big Chief Charles Eagle Plume was gonna do-um war dance on lawn if assembly committee raisum Wampum, but he ended up in Central High auditorium when the Weather turned cold. Giving a pilot's eye view of the weather, Mr. Ray C. Robin- son of the Akron weather bureau emphasized the role of the weatherman in aiding aviation. Students still blame him for this year's long cold winter. Newsman pleads for Neutrality "We cannot legislate real neutrality any more than We can legislate morality," Don Bolt, free lance news commentator declared. First Student Building Assembly First assembly in the new student building featured color movies of Hawaii taken by Dean Albert I. Spanton and Dr. E. B. Foltz. Little Keys Weren't There At the Christmas assembly nine seniors waited in vain to receive their honor A keys, awarded semi-annually to out- standing students. "We forgot to order the keys," Student Council President Robert Bertsch confessed. A trustee of Kent State University, Mr. Joseph P. Hanan of the class of l9lO spoke at Founders Day assembly. He is still a loyal Akron alumnus. Gee, Man, I Spy Citing the tremendous increase in spy scares caused by the war, a handsome blond G-man, Mr. Wayne Listerman of Cleveland, spoke at an in-between assembly. Panda-man Shows Movies Rey Scott, a news cameraman, showed color movies of the Chinese war and of his baby panda Mei-Lan. The Chinese intend to fight as long for their freedom as the American colonies fought for theirs in the days of '76, he said. Poet Looks Like Prize Fighter A short, stocky, curly haired poet whose bandaged hand make him look more like a prize fighter than poet, was Mr. Edward Davi- son of the University of Colorado. "Some men are afraid to read poetry be- cause they think it will make the hair fall off their chests," he declared. "But there are plenty of hairy poems." Woman Headlines Peace Day One of the few women ever to address an assembly, Miss Mary leanne McKay spoke on Peace Day. She is the first woman president of the National Student Federation of America. 1" " 51 Y I T I .1 f 1 3 ,sg Q g t 1 I ,hy If J tg' If h vi 'Y' ,lf W X Q JP! 3 r n Q- 11' X - i Q 'Q Q f D , ' N 1 X v . fiupw I :Q 5 f 1 V? ,, 1 7 K Q f, f 1 fx 8' llfha. , Dlh"'5' ' ' ff' bm 9' y I N 2. .1 x a -.3 i' ' S' : X N V v Vei-."4'N' X 3' ' 1 ' '-N ..- 5, nag? 41 Isa fy wil. . .- . i 7 ' TH Nw.. , A , , V. ly . Frank Zazula Athletics entered into a brighter spotlight with the coming of the 1939-40 school year as new minor sports were added to the sports calendar. Before the opening of school came news of addition of two new -members in the athletic coaching staff to replace former head football mentor Iames Aiken and basketball coach Paul Bixler. Thomas "Spook" Dowler was named by the Athletic Board of the University to serve as head basketball and football coach with Otis Douglas, named to assist in the major sports and to coach track. ln March, Russell I. Beichly, West High School coach joined the staff to handle freshman sports. Although season records in various sports, do not show a great deal of success, greater interest has been shown in the athletic pro- gram and prospects for greater participation in the program by the student body show signs of giving the school a well-developed and centralized athletic setup. AJAJQZM - ' 1 C. i' . 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The Zippers squeezed through to their two-point decision only after holding on for grim life while the Pennsylvanians fought to overcome a 24-6 half-time disadvantage. Akron made l2 first downs to the Generals' nine, all of them in a sensational first half drive. The Dowlermen made only 24 yards from scrimmage in the second half while the Presidents amassed 137. For the game, Akron gained a net yardage total of 300 to,2l0 for the Presidents. Frankie Zazula made two of the Zipper goals while Ned End- ress and Al Monzo each entered into pay-off land after being on the receiving end of passes. ALDWIN-WAl.l..ACE'S Yellow lackets invaded Akron's-home ground and handed Akron its worst setback of the season, 39-7, before a crowd of 6,200 The Yellow Iackets played their football as though they cared about it, as though on the battlefield for the prime intention of thrashing Akron as thoroughly as possible. Crossing the Zipper goal line six times, gathering up a total of 422 yards from scrimmage to 155 for the Zippers, they regis- tered l4 first downs to Akron's 10 and capitalized on scoring chances in every quarter, tallying twice each in the second and third periods. 1 N Owls, l P5445 A 967137 J! C6 Q' 6 f-. luv' S? rw, 5m 33 5 NNN vaklvx i Own -Q 'Stl ,Q 90 ib 'G V'!'2"'7- 'P 159' ,Q 1- Q fi nav' 'K ,jx O gift' , 3 T L" . 4 9.3" - 1 0. I' "' f -'-1 D' ma 1 --+ ---ss-,-A l N 'F' j-,tg I . --M., E- -, . 'ff-4-w-Q-..f1'f ,M ,J 5-E, gg ,. ,fo n 4- 'I ' r if 4,- 1 s ,. ,. M. A 14, - , ..+. . ri n- --Jf.-.:,,41tt - -125 irc.. iz S A . ----h . hir - Tl'V'4Q . ,, A752 W fn - r ' A .' A 1' . . R . q f If , " - l"1.v-,,---, 4 .2 - J: , I wi -'f ' - 3 . .. .. 4-I c-a-:s-U',.- f'. . 1 f 'Q' A' ,J,,'. A " I J,f"i'1: fl- 7 4 , -fin, ' ' . '1 ', Lf' gf? .' 1 1 .EEL H--If-.',4..:-:,.,: L 4 .15 - ' ' "x -Y' bg., I- aw' . 'yil" 'L gl . ff -'Z if-,QC . r-' u? -1. " ' bf ' v' 1 " I -. h . L-GJ, ", I- ' . ft.,- x v G,2::,'Ji..YJ' :Law "' 'll ,iff ik' r . - ,-, f,',f" f'p?5' 1 , . ' ' 9 A .uf . fvf ff 'A ,xv :,' " 3 4r,'."',1' L, ' Q! d, ' ' 1.4 1,4 ' F '2 , ' f 2 1 f . P , Xffk- . - .L ' Q 'I ' f it I 1 qv 4 I ,ri-1-4".'5-1' . ' ,1' , f, z . it: ' L A, Y 1,-. 1 f . x An WY? 1 1 AUS Ll-.Y ww the University of Akron ffntrflll eiever. stop a 'Nest Liberty State 'Teachers 'Znege seven game w.r.r.gr.'. rgtreaz and fn.: annex the.r f.it!'. '1.':",:'f of the Qeaszr. 13-7, Akron cornpleteiy ',,'r,Qayed the err.- hattled eleven frcrr. 'Next '!.rg.r..'J, gaining 344 yard: ",:r. if .::.:r.':ge against 145, yards tr..t the invaders were apie to register Antz: :Corea 15 first down: to tae 'fea':r.e:: 5 OHIT CAPEOLLQS fcotnali inw- er plant defeated the Zipper: 25-6, Thanksgiving rr.o:r.ir.g while 7,222 fans were thinking of the breakfasts they had rriissed and the dinners they would get. With the victory the Clevelanders stopped the Zipper dorr.ir.ar.ce in the: series, halting three years of Hilltop superiority. It was Carrolls second triumph in the six games Lzetween the two schools. The loss gave the Zippers a record of five victories and four defeats for the season, Coach Thornas Dcv.'.er's first as Akron coach, arid saw seven Zipper gridders conclude their colle- giate careers. The seniors were Frank Zazula, Dominic Patella, Fred Malagio, lack Fagan, Ned Endress, Dick Mc- Carthy, and Iohri Hower. 9 .L - , . , , 2 i' ' Q '. A . if l ' 5-lf., 3 ik 95 6, 5 P ag Q i 4 A , NG' V -.rr -' 4 ff- 8-.Ln . .IAQ-5 F, i it' f'..:.L-Q gig--.Y .5-gg j. Vs, V vi, gt 'att A I , ..A,-S F ,rg - ua' se'- 'A 5.1-V 1. " , . -s' . H 6 an. " r i 'N' 1 - Z- u W Q- if ls- - ls-. .- '- l I I ad Q. -ci p I I L 8 is may L, In 11, , ,I ' -Ny -qv-v...4u,. 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Coach Thomas Dowler, who came to the University as coach of the major sports, served as basketball mentor. Among veteran lettermen to report for the Zipper squad were Ned Endress, Bob Larson, Frankie Ferris, Steve Semegen, Andy Ondecker, and Mike Fernella. A stiff schedule of -19 games faced the Hilltop cage five. The Zippers opened their basketball season by losing to Goodyear regulars 48-31. Following their opening game with Goodyear the Zippers embarked into collegiate competition and handed the cagers from Franklin College a 34-25 reversal. A powerful lWashington State quintet stopped in Akron long enough on its cross-country barnstorming trip to hand the Zippers its first setback 55-33. Size proved the deciding factor in this contest as Washing- ton State lads kept the control of the backboard throughout the game. The highlight of the early part of the season came as Akron offense clicked in blitzkreig style and handed the Battling Bishops of Ohio Wesleyan a 53-52 defeat in a two-overtime period contest at Goodyear gym. Frankie Ferris, one of Akron's better sharp shooters, con- nected nine times frorn the field in addition to two charzty throws for a total of twenty points to lead the attack against Ohio Wesleyan. Inability to overcome the lead which they had rzrntted the Scranton quintet in the first period proved fatal to Akron fr: they suffered a 46-39 setloack in the f.rzt game of ine.: Christ- mas Barnstorming trip at the Scranton armory. After trailing at the intermission 31-18, the Zipper: staged a scoring spurt and outscored Scranton 21-15 the second half but were unable to overcome the 13 point lead they had re- linquished the first half. Endress and Sullivan lead the Akron scoring colurnr. witn 10 and 12 points respectively. Following their setback at Scranton Akron invaded Pirro- delphia to battle LaSalle University, to fall at their lnands 32-2 after holding a third quarter lead. Bob Larson, speedy Akron forward, lead the Akron g with 5 goals and 1 foul for ll points. Penn State appeared next on the Akron cage schedule to hand the Zippers a 55-20 trimming. For the second time during the season the Akron squad was again outsized and trailed at the rest period 23-9, were held scoreless during the first five and a half rnirnites of the game--scored their first goal only after Penn State had run up 14 points. Akron's failure to get the ball into the pivot proved fatal for the Zippers as they were set back by Ball State University 50-37. Mike Pernella lead the scoring in this game with 13 points. Staging one of the biggest upsets of the basketball season, an underdog Akron five completely surprised Cage fans by downing the school's closest rival, Kent State University, 49-40 at Goodyear gym in the first of two games played between the two schools during the season. Akron lead at the halftime period 33-14. The remainder of the Zipper basket- ball campaign saw the Dowler-tutored lads register victories over the Hiram Terriers 32-25 and over Lawrence Tech of Detroit 23-18. Setbacks were handed to the Hill- toppers by Cincinnati 48-31, Ashland 44-41 and in the final game of the sea- son Wayne tripped Akron 37-30, a game which was decided in the final two seconds of an overtime period. The 1939-40 season was concluded with 7 wins ina total of 19 starts for the Zippers. Playing against Ohio colleges, the Zippers proved on a par with this group, breaking even on the games won and lost in this class. 1 , 'Q-. - A 4 ,Q f , tag. 5 ' 1 K . a." ,- Q I it r X. ws, Shooting from all corners of the court, the Hilltoppers broke a stubborn Kent State defense early in the game and displayed its best play of the cage season. ln the second contest between tthe two schools, the Portage county lads gained revenge by setting back Akron 33-29 at 'Niiis gym before a crowd of 5000 cage fans. Akron managed to keep on the toes of the Golden Flashes nroughout the contest ,trailing only by two points 18-16. inability to connect from the foul line proved fatal for the Dowlermen as they connected only on three of 13 chances. Mld'lJiU-WGl1GC6 appeared on the Akron schedule on two different occasions and both times proved inferior to the Akron offense and fell the first time at Berea 30-27 and then in the second contest of the year played at Goodyear gym 35-26. Ionn Carroll prover just the opposite of Baldwin-Wallace as Carroll turned the tables on Akron twice, the first time 30-25 and the second time 30-27. Opponent Goodyear Wingfoots Franklin Washington State Ohio Wesleyan Scranton LaSalle Penn State Ball State Kent State Baldwin-Wallace Name Ned Endress Bob Larson Frank Ferris Milt Zetzer Mike Femella Pictured above is the 1939-40 University ot Akron basketball squad Back row: Semegen, Ross, Monzo. 2nd row: Ondecker, Fernella, Endress, Coach Dowler, Felmuth, Zetzer, Pappas. Front row: Poston tMgr.l. Vinciguerra, Sullivan, Larson, Abraham, Iames, Fogarty tAsS't. Mgr.7 SEASON 'S RECORD Opp. Akron score score Opponent 48 31 Iohn Carroll 25 34 Hiram 55 33 Cincinnati 52 53 Baldwin-Wallace 46 39 Kent State 33 30 Iohn Carroll 55 20 Ashland 50 ' 37 Lawrence Tech 40 49 Wayne 27 30 SCORING G F Pts. Nqme 65 47 177 lohnny Lutsch 43 25 111 Andy Ondecker 33 13 79 Gene Vinceguerra 29 20 78 Bob Fellmuth 20 26 66 Steve Sernegen Opp. score 30 25 48 26 33 30 fl lS 37 G. 17 3 2 2 0 Akron SCCFS 25 A 31 BP gs vu CJ vsvtll - .D -'x -C 5 32 BACK became Akron U's most popular attraction in spring athletics as over 75 candidates reported to Coach Otis Douglas s call for track men. Nine men returned from the l939 squad, most outstanding man being veteran Bill Henterly, distance man, and Winner of the Big Four two-mile race last year. Other veterans include Art Clare, pole vaulterj Warren Creed, sprinter, Frank Zazula, javeling Phil Patton, hurdles, Frank Mclntyre, jumper, and Larry Dillehay, Bill Baird, and Iulius Meszaros, dash men. Mike Fernella, grid and cage star, reported for the weight events. Akron's squad that entered in this year's Big Four meet included Reigle Hibbard, Bill and Iohn Henterly, Phil Patton, Frank Zazula, Dick Baylor, Larry Dillehay, Frank Mclntyre, Bob Fellmuth, Warren Creed, Don Kohsiek, and Ken Morgan. P . at I ,,v4':'QLF, 5.-,ji . ' " f f L'...3,, j.:fE,-- . my .I , V. . A..:-171 hug", 7'.'-L .4 . 5, ' K.. K- . ' F." -'fvg-' www rfaffvgsw 'I 414 fly: ., ., -.. t., ll , , - lil 41 ,4 . 4 ."- 6 Q y 10' ' 4, I :fy,1-5,1-4,-,Q - ' . 1'f.'1'f 2 f-V,' ' , +:1wg1M',fg,g , if-fp up .- 1 I 1 fp! ,7 ,Y ,. 1 H fgxkg "JfiA,,w,'f2 f ., . . , A-191.92 .'ffff.1f1fgai11,3wi iz , Q My ..,. .1 ,, , ,, I 1 QL ' " ',""f. agd . ,1Z1 ' Y' 1 1 ,U ff. f, rims :ef iff' 1 . - 1 1 . , , Wa,-, 1 11 I f ,ig T fr "Jn LJ ",-1,1',- 1 n -I V1 :ima -,L iv' V-V, "Iv 131gf,.f,. 1 1 7 Hulk YV .- N' fx " S 1 4 ',' 'gigs U ' .93 "' n 'H A 41 , xlvf., 2 '. , 1 5 ' ' 1 1 yd:Qig,.1..4f5g. 2' ' , , ,. 11. V-.,+. 1 11 f' ' H 1 1 1 I ' 1 AS. ff T55 , 1 ,.,1 , I , X ? . . 1 , X 1 X1 2 -1' El 11 1 5. 1 5 1 1 g Ill V 1 al nv' .HI E I ,,f.ii,.q 3 ',, '1 f is-f55"4fQ f 5 - r '1 N N fvef' ',"', .,,av.-1 .' llfl, an .'.' v- I.. - , . L . - l . . if ,Q 1 K 1-3 41254.-' ' . ., 1 1 - ' 4, e' A I ' f. '- QI1: 1 ' Far la- 1 - -1-fi" ,- , .iff . 4':.w,ifNf" '12 xr kg' Q M 72. A X 1 V. V ., ..., ' 'EI X. -A SL nl 1, ' s N5 I 0 .1 ',! Qt 'u 4 fb' FRESHMEN SWIMMING SQUAD Watt, Miller, Libbey, Fry, Thompson. . 0 2 r 1 S..,.Lfr Mmm , Reorganization entered the minor sports progr, along with that of major sports this year. Interest reached a new peak with the introducti of several new sports to the program. Coach Sefton, director in charge of the Universi sports program was assisted by Coach Gtis Dougl Although the Varsity swimming team failed to wi. a meet this season, the number of participants it creased greatly from previous seasons and gavt signs of making Akron-a threat in the swimmin competition. Outstanding narators on the Zipper team wer Norm Elder, diver, and Angy Iames, loackstroke ant freestyle man. The wrestling team also failed to win a matc Y but up and coming freshmen showed promise 0. giving Akron a strong grappling squad in the Corn ing years. Outstanding men of this year's squad were Car lvloscoff, Andy Maluke, loe Pappano, Howard Bow- den, Tom Sullivan, and Tom Broge. The Rifle team under Sergeant Brown of the Mili- tary department shot 23 postal matches during the course of seven weeks in addition to competing ir the actual range firing against six other schools ct Lexington, Kentucky where they took fourth place Of the 23 postal matches which were shot Alfroi was victorious in ll of the cases. They woi matches from Kemper Military Institute, Purdue GYM TEAM GOLF TEAM Back rowt Chanyi, Carroll. Front row: McCormick, Mingle. Bfllfldage- its 'fa -.all 1.1- , ff N. S. 1 -an . Caldwell, Coach Douglas, Marcus Marone, McIntyre, Cehrs, Flower. Dickeroff, Hamilton, Lowes, Bowman, Bishop. Weaver, Bradley, Elder, Myers, Burrell. l Hawaii, Gettysburg, South Dakota State, Ripon, Dayton, Ohio U., University of Idaho, Washington University, and Western Kentucky S. T. C. Table tennis entered the minor sports program along with fencing but neither of these sports have been officially approved by the minor sports board. Table tennis came into its own with the opening of the new Student Building game room. Although the squad did not compete in more than one meet against collegiate competition, individual members won honors by competing in various tournaments throughout the city. George Haddad, manager of the table tennis squad, won the Summit County table tennis crown and also the State YMCA title. The season record for the squad was 5 victories and three defeats. The Tennis squad played six matches, competing against Iohn Carroll, Hiram, Western Reserve, Youngstown, and Toledo. Lewis Helfrich, freshman, took over duties this year of reorganizing the fencing squad. Although not competing in inter-collegiate com- petition this year, they have been working out regularly and will be ready to compete against other schools next fall. The Golf team, hampered by the weather man- aged to see a little action this year with matches against Washington and lefferson, Western Reserve, Toledo, Hiram, Kenyon, Kent State, and lohn Carroll as part of the program. WRESTLING TEAM :ck row: Di Napoli, Cahill, Iudson, Klish, Pappano, Phillips, Hibbard, B own B o ont row: Chuch tMgr.l, Cain, Slusher, Coach Douglas. Individual Winners A Q Bowen. foul shooting, DeCora, Tschantz, Badminton singles and doubles winners. f'X X f "" X, 153 'Y INTERCLASS BASKETBALL WINNERS-SOPHVOMOREBS Back row: Max-cum, Conn, Byme. Front row: Rossiter, Cooper, Frederick, Batman. "A" AWARD WINNEHS Mikes, Thomton, Karr. WAA BOARD Back fowg Scheffler, Karr, Frick, Allen, Byrne, Front row, Sous, Snyder, Hellman, Batman, Iames. W ' WAA Activa The Women's Athletic Association is open for membership to all women who participate in sports on the campus. The controlling body for the past year was composed of: Miriam Hoffman, president, lean l-leilman, vice- president, Betty Cooper, corresponding secretary, Florine Batman, recording secretary, Sue Snyder, treasurer. The managers of the various sports are: Margaret Saus, archery, Adelaide Karr, badminton: Mary Alice Thornton, basketball, Doris Allen, bowling, Catherine Byrne, deck tennis, lane Scheffler, riding, Betty lane Frick, swimming, Suzanne Israel, table tennis, Olga Iames, tennis, Marian Logue, volley- ball, Helen McShatfrey, baseball. Miss Mable Locke and Miss Vickery Hubbard direct the activities of the Women's Athletic As- sociation. ' "A" AWARDS Every year "A" awards are given to the out- standing seniors who have participated in sports on the campus for four years. This year the honor came to four seniors: Adelaide Karr, Beatrice Fried- man, Mary Alice Thornton, and Iulia Mikis. FOUL SHOOTING Donna Bowen is the champion foul shooter on the campus. BADMINTON lane DeCora won the singles badminton tourna- ment and combined with Ann Tschantz in winning the doubles tournament. is all , t. .i A 1,4 ,nv ta ,el li' -1 tl it Zi s 5 ,Z 'J f i 1 BASKETBALL The annual Army-Navy game resulted in a 24-I2 victory for the Navy. The members of each team are chosen by the instructors in the Physical Edu- cation department for their ability. The Winning Navy team was composed of: Helen Blateric, Doris Miklashek, Florine Batman, Helen Frederick, Adelaide Karr, Catherine Byrne, Neva Rossiter, Betty Iane Frick, and lane Schetfler. The members of the Army team were: Helen Mc- Shaffrey, lane DeCora, Ann Tschantz, Iulia Mikis, Betty Cooper, Marilyn Dyson, Rachel Conn, and Mary Alice Thornton. Intramural Basketball champions for 1940 are the members of the Non-Sorority team: Adelaide Karr, Helen Blateric, Catherine Byrne, Rachel Conn, Neva Rossiter, lane Scheffler, Iulia Mikis, and Sophie Hobler. The Sophomores won the interclass basketball tournament. Players for the Sophomores were: Rachel Conn, Catherine Byrne, Neva Rossiter, Mar- garet Saus, Margaret Marcum, Helen Frederick, and Ianet Cooper. TABLE TENNIS Helen Frederick won the singles tables tennis tournament. In the doubles Olga Iames and Helen Sophis were victorious. Helen Sophis combined with Letitia Dobrin to win the doubles in the intra- muraltable tennis tournament for Non-sorority. VOLLEYBALL The Non-Sorority team also won the intramural volleyball competition. The players were: Ioanna Alogdelis, Neva Ros- siter, Iacqueline Horst, Mar- garet Saus, Ianet Cooper, Cath- erine Byrne, Adelaide Karr, Rachel Conn, and Margaret Marcum, Interclass volleyball was won by the Sophomore team in- 'N cluding: Helen Frederick, Flor- ine Batman, Ianet Cooper, Neva Rossiter, Margaret Marcum, Rachel Conn, and Catherine Byrne. MAJ' Pb NAVY TEAM Back row: SCh6lfl6f, Frick, Frederick, Batman Front row: Rossiter, Karr, Blateric, Byme TABLE TENNIS Frederick, table tennis tournament winner Iames one of the doubles winners in the table tennis tourney. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL WINNERS NON SORORITY Back row: Scheffler, Conn, Byrne. Front row: Rossiter, Hobler, Blateric, Mikes INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS NON SORORITY Back row: Cooper, Byrne, Karr, Conn, Marcum Front row: Alogdelis, Rossiter, Horst, Saus Q OJ IJINX 0 Q W - 1' V :VA nl 'lin lg it, x Q ' "K""'flA7 'b ' f' 'Lfgf' nb Blau ........-.-an-Q.--s ' fo , 71932 ,Wh ' 1 . V Mig-f' -liek 1. P -2s,:,'fS'12fw", "2 ' " 'Q ' ' , ,A Q Q A I . V i, A, jim A,A' .If in Q .V -X H 2 3 5 ., J' . " f ff- 5 3 -u Tx! . i 4 Q 4? ' 4 ...5-n,.. , n 4 5 f x 3 f 1 f"Q .NX Al ,X , X ff' ' , 1 in 9, Q3 xxif-Q pw ri A A Q U 'I -:ua ' , 1 ' 2 5 xr Q is 'Q fl!, i" Wifi " .'s N' V 4 X 5 5 ,VKX X . Sf 5 G5 f ' . . 0 . X ? U . Q' 9 sz" ' - ' , Y. 5:3 ' L 2 . X I, I :if qi' L 'Tig - 'P, --I X "" Helen Voxge 1 pl Eqglr A 3 Q49 fi A 'Z' Ioanncx Alogdelis Max Nelson N Mr ,Q KEY , 4 . .,.,. . A , , --. - l Marjorie Meade , V Alvis Igner -h--W-.-.-.- V Emerson Baidqgi! Sue Snyder Barbara Selby ' an an' G- , "V'3.. 1 5 -.nuns wr' lr' Robert Secre-at Frank Sxmaneui Conrad Reining H Richard Durst iff J' , V nr ,h in M eunion q3a1't" i as Friday, May 13, 1988 7:30 p.m. SIGMA DELTA Tl-lETA'S CONTACT: Dorothy fRoegerD Hartz, 644-2338 Jean Uhl, 745-3460 1938, 1939 8 1940 CONTACT: Ruth CHayburnJ Bond, 650-0533 Ann CKieslingD Petry, 699-6624 Ednamae Polen, 864-7618 1941 - 1949 T0 BE HELD AT: Rainy ccatesy Stitzlein' Sarb, Ralston, Matye, Fischer, Kaess, Keller, Elliott, Smith, Sci':?izlcr.e, Mcfye "reg 333N. Portage Path,038 Maplewood Akron, OH 44303 1950 - 1960 T0 BE HELD AT: Elsie CHelmanJ Consilio, 2170 Short Hills Dr., Akron, OH 44313 Follow Rt l8CW. Market! from Downtown Akron to N. Revere Rd. Turn Rt. Drive through 2 lights and 3 streets past Smith Rd. To Short Hills. Bare to the right and E1sie's is 2nd on Rt. Dorothy CScottD Rasicci, 864-3002 1961 - 1974 TO BE HELD AT: Becky CKrenrickl Considine, 867-0623 ' 604 Merriman Rd., Akron, OH 44303 Ruth Elliot Stewart Dobbins Marjorie Fischer Eunice Foore Wilbur R. Gough Marie Grell Walter A. Grosh TIVE MEMBERS -len Hollinger John Hower Warren V. Kaess Mary Keller Leone Krupp George MGHYG Victoria MatYe Morse Murphy in x, Suzanne Ralston Charles Rennie Iohn l. Sarb Mary Scichilone Rose M. Stanger William C. Smith Henry Watts llll . , - .-'..,. -iife Z' Evening s.udents- lat-, me ata. JOM - ,-.Q - - Q V L su- extra-curricular a.,iv.t.e- 95173 1: .g Q of 25 points in few Cf Y-':Cfe.C-Wie' . . .. + C 'r s""oiaI and maintain an aye-5399 ,Begin if Ship are welcomea mio ...9-- - ---rf A. E. Honorary Fraternity. js.. , . loannu Aloqdelis Lorraine Frater Beatrice Friedman ,-y 4, A i Q: ET ps Qc PIERIAN Local Women's Activities Honorary Pierian was founded in 1923 for the purpose of recognizing those women who have shown them- selves to be outstanding leaders on the campus. OFFICERS President Barbara Selby Vice-President-Treasurer Helen Voige Secretary Ioanna Alogdelis Faculty Adviser Miss Helen C. Battrick Custodian Lorraine Frater MEMBERS Ioanna Alogdelis Helen Hurst Lorraine Frater Adelaide Karr Beatrice Friedman Patricia Machan lean Garrett Barbara Selby Mary Griffith Sue Snyder Ann Hamilton Helen Voige Miriam Hoffman Virginia Wecker HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Helen C. Battrick Mrs. Hegzleton E. Simmons Women are chosen for membership in Pierian on a basis of scholastic average, extra-curricular ac- tivities, personality, leadership, and democracy. .l ...,, F-A t ,M 5 if .. vt. ' iw . M G iliiih A4,,1,,,4e Km, Barbara Selby Helen Voige lean Gafwu ,,,-, my r 'Q' Amlla-:Bien , L -I Holanilud V ' Pa?iciaMachcn' - Suoshydor 'V - 4 A H -1-A my V ,YN Y Y, A , vm-, ,- .--V -.. -,...-. at X L' 4 MEMBERS Max Nelson Edward Nicely Dana Noel Robert Secrest Frank Simonetti Robert Bertsch Earl Bishop George Fretz Iohn Hutchinson Marvin Marquardt Richard Sipes FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Charles Bulger President Hezzleton Simmons Dean Donfred Gardner Prof. Frederick -Sefton Mr. Otis Douglas Mr. Philip Sherman Mr. Leslie P. Hardy Dean Albert Spanton Dr. Paul Zeis OMICRON DELTA KAPPA MEN'S NATIONAL ACTIVITIESHOIIORF-.RY Omicron Delta Kappa, mens national honorary Lexi those men who have attained outstsanding recogzztgcr. gr. uriuion the most representative men in all phases of Colle in an attempt to understand each others attitudes and prob ership fraternity, has a threefold purpose: first, to recognize collegiate activities: second, to bring together in a ccrrzrzor. ge liteg and third, to bring together the faculty and students lems. OFFICERS President Iohn Hutchinso Vice-President Richmd Sipes Secretary Frank Sixzorzetti Treasurer Dana Noel 'WFS' Q57 fw tat. Robert Bertsch A Earl Bi5h9P , A. George Frei! - -Y Max -N sac. ,Q Hn- 'Cr' ii. .' bl hr 'Z' f Mama M"""""d' Dan' NW' Robert Sw'-'St Frank Simonetti 1 Hifi-me apes I Rawls McGovern Selby Machan. Addlemcxn Walsh Iudson Hurst. Baughmcm Loulan Veach O'Brien, French. President Vice President G Treasurer Secretary, first semester Secretary, second semester Editors Faculty Adviser Evelyn Baughman Betty French Helen Hurst Rita Krupp Iuanita Loulan Patricia Machan Elizabeth Ploenes Eleanor Addleman Dorothy Gukich Elizabeth Iudson Patricia McGovern OFFICERS MEMBERS PLEDGES CHI DELTA PHI . NU CHAPTER The purpose of Chi Delta Phi is to stimulate creative Writing and to recognize those women interested in furthering literary achievement on the campus. luanita Loulan Esther Veach Rita Krupp Elizabeth Ploenes lane Rogers Helen Hurst Mrs. Ruth Putnam Evelyn Renner Iane Rogers Barbara Selby Elaine Stone Esther Veach Betty Winkleman Mary lane O'Brien Marian Rawls Eileen Walsh Membership in Chi Delta Phi is based on literary interest, achievement and Congeniality. Admission is determined according to manuscripts submitted in the fall and spring ot the college year. KAPPA DELTA PI The purpose ot Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high intellectual and scholastic standards, to r e c o g n i z e outstanding contributions to educa- tion, to maintain a high degree ot professional fel- lowship among its mem- bers and to quicken pro- fessional growth. OFFICERS President , Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser Recorder Stanley Deen Charles Bryant Mary Dubatowka Harriet Miller Prof. Emery L. Kuhnes Esther Alphen Helen Alexis Esther Alpern Marjorie Bond Francis Boyd Helen Bryant Lois Cullison Stanley Deen Mary Dubatowka Orene Ford Helen Hurst PLEDGES Ioanna Alogdelis MEMBERS Adelaide Karr Cullison, Stube. Umdnsky, Shaw Alexia Pcpcmo McGrath Ross, Butler, Dubcxtowkcx Rogers Hurst Bryant Edward McGrath Ioseph Pappano Iane Rogers Betty Ross Laura Roundy Amy Louise Shaw Elaine Stone Vivian Stube Fay Umansky Virginia Butler The qualifications tor undergraduates are: full upper college standing gen eral scholarship ot a grade above the upper quartile point ot the institution work in education completed to the extent of six semester hours it elected during the junior year, or twelve semester hours it elected during the senior year. I 12- ,, ,,- 1.58 R, 'J' Hagstrom, Green, Handley, Lonsbury. Miss Ryder, Brownsword, Mr. Emde. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Pearl Brownsword Martha Green Iean Hagstrom Pearl Brownsword Marjorie Petley Margaret Lonsbury Miss Genevieve Rider Margaret Lonsbury Marjorie Petley Elaine Stone 5 MU PHI OMEGA The purpose ot the or- ganization is for the ad- vancement of music at the University of Akron. To be eligible lor membership in Mu Phi Omega, Women students must be outstanding in musical activities on the campus. Back Row : Bezbatchenko, Luke, Meats, McCurdy, Markey, Cehrs. Front Row: Fretz, G. Bishop, E. Bishop, Frye, Deist. 4 ,i 3 S F, i Tigsig 1 ,, Srl' . F g .. . SIGMA TAU National gineering students for schola ship and personality, OFFICERS President Earl Bishop Vice-President Iohn Frye Secretary-Treasurer Glen Bishop Historian George Fretz Earl Bishop Glen Bishop Herbert Deist George Fretz Iohn Frye William Markey FACULTY ADVISER Dean Fred Ayer HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. Iohn Bulger Dr. Karl Arnstein Mr. Fred S. Griffin MEMBERS Robert McCurdy Charles Cehrs Ersal Lantz Iohn Bezbatchenko Marvin Luke Erwin Moats To recognize outstanding er l ohnson, Bush, Miss Latlvop, Olin, Wagner. l-Ecfiaughey, Shallcross. Murdoch, Sherman. TAU KAPPA PHI To stimulate greater pro- fessional activityg and to raise the standards and ideals of Home Economicsg and to carry on Community projects of a quality in keeping with ad- vanced honor standing. OFFICERS President Carroll Olin Vice-President Marcia Bush Secretary-Treasurer Mary Louise Gunsolus Faculty Adviser Elizabeth Lathrop Publicity Chairman Mary Lou Wagner MEMBERS lane Murdock Marcia Bush Faith Sherman Mary Louise Gunsolus lean Shallcross Elizabeth Lathrop Carroll Olin Mary Lou Wagner The purpose of Tau Kappa Phi is to stimulate a professional interest in home A economics and to carry on community projects of a quality in keeping with advanced honor standing. Eta Chapter PHI SIGMA Biology Honorary The purpose of this organiza- tion is to promote interest in research in the biological sciences. Students with 16 credit hours of biology with a B average who do active work on an ori- ginal research problem and a Written report on the Work are eligible for membership. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser Faculty Members V OFFICERS 2 3. .3 Allman, Schweikert, Long. Hare, Borodkin, Frick, Martin, Burton, Koerschner, Baird. Knapp, Schetiler, Kelly, Staiger, Sumner, Ballway, Frisby, Hershkowitz. Fair. Barbee, Clark, Heepe, Dr. Kratz, Dr, lones, Barrett, Caplan. Bill I. Barkley Robert C. Hare Aubrey P. Allman Robert C. Hare Dr. Walter C. Kraatz Dr. Edgar P. Tones Dr. W. C. Kraatz Dr. Paul Acquarone Dr. Rolland D. Fox Bill I. Barkley Aubrey P. Allman Robert C. Hare Samuel M. Caplin Joseph I-Iershkowitz George Twickler Richard C. Weaver Richard Lockhart Sergius Mamay Robert Frisby Emmy Lou Thompso 1 l'l ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Robert Burton George Anastos Raymond Barrett William C. Baird Betty lean Frick William Rogers Robert Glasgow Walter B. Fair Sam Borodkin Harry L. Rosenthal Ioseph Knapp Shively, Wecker, Strayer, Schimp, Bowers. Wallace, Woodard. Franklin, Brightman, Hatzis. Shryock, Frye, Protheroe, Horst, Shroyer. OFFICERS President Stanley Deen 'Jice-President Mlldfed E-VQTIS Secyejgyy Harry Sobeck Treasurer Martha Wallace Faculty Advzsers Miss Rena Nancy Cable Mrs. Iane S. Barnhart Emil Abdenour Helen Bobes Katherine Brubaker Russell Brurnbaugh Virginia Butler Arlene Carroll Iames Carter leyne Crooks Stanley Deen Virginia Doerr Mark Downing Mildred Evans Norma Franklin Arlene Fry Elynore Fulton Lulla Hatzis Evelyn Hooker Iacqueline Horst Blaine Iohnston Theodore Kapanekas Marcella Kemp MEMBERS ART CLUB To further appreciation of Art in the University and the Community. Gerry Larsen Genevieve Livingstone Luelle Lutz Marian Logue Christine Moore lack Palmer Taylor Protheroe Eleanor Schimp Margaret Shively Marie Schick Fern Shryock Harry Sobeck Walter Staiger Helen Strayer Betty lane Slusser Moreland Thomas Martha Wallace Mary Weckman Betty Ann Waugh Virginia Wecker Eleanor Woodard BIOLOGY CLUB The purpose ot this club is to bring together Biology students and to foster an in- terest in biological sciences. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser OFFICERS Ioseph Hershkowitz Ieanette Sumner Frank Barbee Sam Borodkin Walter Fair Ernest Martin Fred Glenny Robert Hare William Schweikert Robert Frisby lane Schelfler Betty Musser Mary Louise Ahern Miriam Zimarik leanette Crawford Richard Weaver Raymond Barrett William I. Heepe Frank W. Barbee leanette Sumner Dr. Walter C. Kraatz Allman, Schweikert, Long. Hare, Boroclkin, Frick, Martin, Burton, Koerschner, Baud Knapp, Schettler, Kelly, Steiger, Sumner, Ballway, Frisby Hershkowitz Fair, Barbee, Clark, Heepe, Dr. Kratz. Dr. Iones, Barrett Caplan MEMBERS Maurice Ansliutz Raymond Barrett Samuel Caplin Louise Ballway Robert Glasgow William Koerschne Mary lean Kelly Nancy Wilson Eleanor Clark Walter Wright Betty Friclc Marguerite Smith William Heepe Ioseph Knapp Earl Long Aubrey Allman The purpose ot the Biology Club is to foster interest in the biological sciences by means ot illustrated lectures, speakers from various institutions, and other programs. LeTourneau Schaefer Hoertz Hirakawa. Semegen, Iackson. Snyder Seiler Klar Kibler Savage Wahn, Duke, Winer, Warren, Wingard. Van deWalle Leeper Algea Damicone, Addleman, Cooper, Weigle, Ledermdu.. Samaras Miller Buckmaster Slusher Clemens, Mayfield. Dr Haas Wilt Hausch Gray Dr Cook, Krivitsky, Dr. Cramer. President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Faculty Adviser: Houston Gray Walter Hausch Myron Wilt Albin Krivitsky Gordon Smith Albert Seiler Oscar Simpson Hugh Boyd Ieanette Cooper OFFICERS MEMBERS William Slusher CHEMISTRY CLUB The purpose of this club is to promote interest in chemis- try both educational and social. The club is open to all chem- istry students. R. Houston Gray Walter Hausch Albin Krivitsky Myron Wilt Dr. Walter A. Cook Bruce Hoertz Ioseph Snyder Harvey Wahn lane Fred Schettler Schaefer Robert LeTourneau James Algea Eleanor Addleman Clement Damicone All chemistry students are members of the Chemistry Club. NEWMAN CLUB B The purpose of th e Newman Club is to pro- mote religious, education- al and social activities. President Vive-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser . Chaplain Andrew Ondecker Helen Bredhold Anne Cunin Bernice Frank Mary Iean Kelly Grace Patterson Rose Marie Ruth Elizabeth Schur Mary Louise Ahern Marian Burnham Iohn Costigan Lawrence Gilchrest Mary Elizabeth Fakey Mary Flynn William Henterly Iuanita Loulan Iulia Mikis Richard O'Connors OFFICERS Andy Ondecker Grace Patterson Anne Cunin William Hilkert Prof. T. C. Hilliard Rev. R. Moorehead MEMBERS Margaret Vielhaber Evelyn Baughman Betty Burke Clement Damicone Harriet Henton Gloria LaRocca Kathryn Ripp Genevieve Smith Iulia Swedenburg Raymond Barrett Ellen Casey Iosephine D'Ianni Norma Greer Iames Fertig Louis Furst William Hilkert Elizabeth McAlonan Elizabeth Suru Membership in the Newman Club is open to all Catholic students on the campus. Ruth, Eisenzimmer, Kelly, Schurr, Ruth, Ripp. Bertsch, Damicone, DeCora, Smith, McCormick, Comn Bredhold, Clare, Frank, Swedenburg, Henton, Horvath Baughman, Burke, Ondecker, Patterson, Walsh. LaRocco Robert Reidy Arthur Clare Robert Bertsch Paul Eisenzimrner Helen Horvath Kathryn McCormick Virginia Ruth Elizabeth Smith Eileen Walsh Charles Beckwith Isabel Cassidy lean Doherty Ianet Harig Mary Louise Firestone Adelaide Karr Rita Krupp Marjorie McShatiery Charles True Betty Schwartz : , ,. Ms- -f .err Bcye Di ehay Dillard Harkms Veach Dewhirst, Machan, Kudera, Patterson. V er Staiger MCA oran Whelan Blank Palmer, Amer. Selby Morgan Barkley Human OBrien Pershing, Nealis, Early. B ue Capps Thomas Kay Evans Casey Iudson, Frazee, Hitchcock. Rieker Nasser McGaughey McLain Dr DeGratt, Hamilton, Eckard, Matthews. Iames McLain Willis Eckard Ann Hamilton Hollis Allan Dr. Harmon O. Isabell DeSimio Marion Durr Hollis Allan Iames McLain Ann Hamilton Willis Eckard Anna Human Logan Hidy George Wright Sophia Kudera Maxine Smith Anna Staiger Esther Veach Sarah Whelan Barbara Selby Marcia Bush William Blank Eileen O'Brien Pat Machan Betty Musser Morris Hirsch Mrs. Baumgardner Harry Frazee William Crain Eleanor Evans Ralph Mclntyre Mary McGaughey lack Butler Laila Goldwood SCCIOLOGY CLUB The Sociology Club pro- vides opportunities tor so- ciology students to make personal contacts W i t h people directly connected W i t h sociology through lectures, visits, r e p o r ts, discussions. 1 MEMBERS Ruth Hitchcock Sue Singleton Dorothy Iohnson Ted Thome Elizabeth McAlonan lack Blue Iames Kay Dorothy Keiser George Harkins Helen Dewhirst Marylo Amer Martha Larriclc Mrs. Eliz. Iudson Marthabelle Bieker Andrew Miller Dale Shutt Ellen Casey lean Brotsman Cathleen Nealis Charles Boyer Lawrence Dillehay Catherine Wolf Martha Early Ransie Dillard Willard Primm Dale Akins Kathryn Pershing Denise Capps lane Neely Adeline Thomas A student must be enrolled in at least one sociolo gy course to become a member of the Sociology Club. TERTULIA ESPANOLA The purpose- of the Ter- tulia Espanola is to stimu- late and maintain interest in things Spanish among the students of the Uni- versity ot Akron. OFFICERS President Kenneth Moore Vice President Berdine APQGI' Secretary MCITY 1-9011 Treasurer HCFTY Hurtt FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. Donato Internoscia George R. Hilton Berdine Apgar Florine Batman Hale Bump Lawrence Deli Anastasia Dimitrick Fern Fairall Felix Ferry Dorothy Grant Ioyce Hall Harry Hurtt Kay Kreigbaum Earl Leatherman Mary Leon MEMBERS Lois Wecldel Batman, Hirtt, Mr. Internoscia, Leon, Moore Apger Sellers Owens, Ferri, Frazee, Wettel, Veach, Grant Hall Smith Pappano, Deli, Morgan, Richie, Hoover Leatherman Phillips Frank McIntyre Iohn Manone Kenneth Moore Kenneth Morgan lim Cwens Ioe Pappano Eugene Phillips Louis Ramicone B. Ressinger Lucie Richie- Iames Sellers Isabel Thomas Esther Veach Any student interested in Spanish may become a member ot Tertulia Espanola. l I l OFFICERS President: Mary lane Cummings Vice-President: Martha Foster Secretary: Helen Besshardt Treasurer: Marjorie Glass Faculty Adviser: Miss Audra Tenney Social Chairman: Dorothy Tham Program Chairman: Ruth Mason Membership Chairman: Betty Ann Waugh MEMBERS Doris Allen Margaret Ammerman Mona Anderson lean Arbuthnot Betty Baker Evelyn Baughman Harriett Benson Helen Besshardt Helen Bredhold Alice Brucker Margaret Chamberlain Sarah Cooley Betty Cooper Dorothy Crum Mary lane Cummings Helen Deitrick Flora Flint Gloria Freese Dorothy Givens Marjorie Glass Claudena Grover Bertha Greenbaum lean Hamilton Betty lane Hazlett Ruth Heimann Alice Shaller Iane Shaffer Amy Louise Shaw Kathryn Shipman Martha Shook Mary Smanto Helen Stankard Peggy Stubbs lean Tait Dorothy Tham Mary Alice Thornton Elaine Underwood Inez Valenti Margaret Vielhaber Betty Ann Waugh Mary Younkin Fem Fairall Wanda Stoner Muriel Hessler Marjorie Hoover Isabel Hopkins SECRETARIAL CLUB The purpose of the or- ganization is to promote interest in the business world, to cultivate ability in ,secretarial Work, to tos- ter school pride in intel- lectual pursuits, and to p r o m o t e fellowship among the members. All students majoring in secretarial science at the University of Akron are eligible for membership. Catherine Ioy Eleanor Iackson Mildred Kauffmann Margaret Kimberly Alyce Kinsey Mary Kirk Marjorie Knox lean Krause Gloria LaRocco Ruth Mason Rosejean McGinley Irene Mcllroy Iulia Mikis Sarah Nowels Ieanne Osman Margaret Pahle Rolland Parenti Marie Porter lune Raifath Gertrude Reinhart Kathryn Ripp Beatrice Sass Membership in the Secretarial Science Club is open to all students interested in secretarial science. Association for Childhood Education The purpose of this or- ganization is to bring in- to active cooperation all childhood education inter- est: to promote progres- sive type of education in th e elementary grades and to raise the standard of professional training for teachers. President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser OFFICERS Helen Bryant Eleanor Shaw Roberta Ohl Leona King Iune Estright Marcia Berlitz Miss Clara M. Kemler MEMBERS Helen Alexis Helen Barker Ieanne Benson Marcia 'Berlitz Frances Boyd Iune Britton Marjorie Brownfield Helen Bryant Mary Burks Lois Cullison Iune Estright Orene Ford Oberlin, Kershaw, Ohl, Vogler, Iohnson, Alexis Lacy Barker Roundy Burk: Boyd, Kuder, Estright, Kemler, Bryant, Richardson Cullison Williams King, Grendrenska, Khoenle, Messina, Morris, Shaw Bradford Adelaide Karr Marjorie Kershaw Eleanor Khoenle Leona King Ruth Oberlin Roberta Ohl Ieannette Richardson Laura Roundy Eleanor Shaw Betty Vogler Paul Bradford Wanda Grendrenska Patricia Kuder Roy Geissinger Louise Iohnson Evelyn Morris Selma Millemann Mary Lacy Gertrude Williams Any person in the upper college of education interes ted in elementary education is eligible for membership 5 ron Gray Leatherman Baird Frisby Allman. D core Se ler Petley Kudera Foss Borodkin. Hidy. F 5.1 lr Tameson Akschan Rowe Brandenstein. P e Human Sumner Galloway Shipman, Blumberg, Perri. R L ey Eal may Albrech Hausch Zimmerman, Simpson. Aubrey Allman Louise Ballway Billie Buckles Clem Darnicone Walter Hausch Bhuce I-loertz lune Launtz Lucille Myers Gabriella Schoettel Oscar Simpson Ieanelte Sumner Bill Warren Logan Hyid Bob Bloomberg Marv Bloomberg Sam Borodkin Walter Fair Felix Ferri Doris Miklashek Harold Zimmerman Ianet Tucker Iim Shipman Morris I-lamburgher President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Faculty Adviser: MEMBERS Lois Scheffler DEUTSCH GESELLSCHAFI' The purpose of this or- ganization is to stimulate interest in the appreci- ation oi the German lan- guage, arts, ancl litera- ture. Any student either tak- ing or having tak-en some course in German is eli- gible. OFFICERS Russell Kamp Walter Hausch Louise Ballway Bill I. Barkley Herr Udo Albrecht Bill Barkley Marcia Bush Dick Lockhart Marthabell Rieker Al Seiler Iohn Weston Marilyn Foss Chrysa Iarneson Sophia Kudera David Rosenthal Anna Ruman Amy Louise Shaw Bob Burton Russell Kamp George Dipple Frances Woocller Mary Rowe Gwen Galloway Marvin McCormick Margy Smith Bob Frisby Ruth Weninger Bill Crain EVENING THEATER The purpose of this or- ganization is to give all evening students inter- ested in dramatics an op- portunity to express that interest. All evening students are eligible. OFFICERS President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Faculty Adviser: MEMBERS Ralph Aberth Emery Akins Virginia Alexander Doris Mae Atkins Hilda Austin Irene Barr Robert E. Boehme Dorothy Brooks Ted Brosch Franklin Brubaker Keith Carter Lucille Clark Ida Cloyd William Cochrane Ir. Doris Dailey Peggy Dawson George Dickerson Stewart Dobbins LaVerne Doyle Ruth Elliott Alice Foss Eleanor Frieden Eleanor B. Gibson Alvin Goodhart Ruth Grahamslaw Elsie Gregory Marie Grell Annabel Griffith Elizabeth Hanson Andrew Hanzel, Ir. Rex Haught Leo Heisser Helen Lee Herron Betty Hevener Iohn Hitt Gerald Hoerbelt Iohn Hower Katherine, Hull Henry Ienovai Ellen Iones Mabel Ioynt Kathleen Iustice Warren Kaess Mildred Kilroy Marjorie King Don Singer Ellen Iones Betty Hevener Al Swartz Dr. O. A. Hitchcock Margaret Kolarik Rose-Ann Kuhar Carrie L. Leonard Pete Marinelly Helen Marion Marian Markle losephine McDonagh lane Melvin Ioseph Meszaros Lois Miner Howard Minor Edna Mooney Elaine Morgan Anna Nagy Michael Nagy William Nagy Bettie Newton Paul Nurches William Nurches Peter R. Olegar Gordon Parent Rosetta Penner Theda Perch Sylvia Pierce Charles Popken Willard Primm Estherbelle Pritchard Roberta Radcliffe Suzanne Ralston lames Robb Iohn Sarb Matilda Sarka Turner Savage Eleanor Schimp Mary Kathryn Schm Donna Schroth Mary Scichilone Dolores Seiler Dorothy Schobert Don Singer Ella Mae Smith Margaret Smith Helen Sockel Norman Spencer Helen Steiner Margery Stenger Wm. Stevenhagen Al Swartz Peg Trainer Ethel Van Valkenburg Eleanor Vinez Don Walcott Fannie Walt Dorothy Zeigher McCormick Reining, Brown, Brownfield, Banks, DeCora, Hagerman, Secrest. Richards, D. S Varian, Phillips, Brittain. Dix, Carroll, Noel. Benner, Snyder, Early, Gurewitz, Wince, Hamilton, Nealis. Hewes Phillips Dorothy Brittain Dorothy Dix Marvin Marquardt OFFICERS FACULTY ADVISER Mr. Donald S. Varian UNIVERSITY THEATER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS Charles Barnes Dorothy Brittain Fred Brown Bob Brownfield Antonia Blacketter Harry Carroll Dorothy Dix Martha Early lean Garrett Bernice Gurewitz Gordon Hagerman Kenneth Bcmkes Bob Davis Paul DeCora Marvin McCormick Cathleen Nealis Ann Hamilton Richard Lockhardt Marvin Marquardt Dana Noel Hewes Phillips Gale Richards Evelyn Benner Robert Secrest Bill Van Nostrum Virginia Wecker ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Harry Pastorious Conrad Reining Sue Snyder Carmen Wince v W. ,ing .I f'i.'iwf" QT, Q 7fg5'5E5T?-! 'F V. ' Anus? 1 A ir ' A "-nlsyffflf Q ' if 41" ' H1 71 ff, rm . ,vii I "n, 1-fini!! x 1 4. fb 8 uw- 0 Q ' ' pf I ',J,, 4 Q A-2 - mx' 1, Z ,. gl. - ,701 A 5, , !. f X , QM' ' i ,H 4, , ' , ,pf ,fn ,V .- -, .A Axirfnfpf 'gb N 45 alta . ' ' Q1 ' n S " P'--"4H'f"' "" 4 ' ' ' A un, ' 'W , f ' ' .4 "'QfV' -'?.:.- .,-... - .-A...k ' -f 'ily " '. - 141' I -Q P 1 E A 3 W.. 1-v..,,.,.. A X wb-' 'vi-Q, ,,z , 9 1 43 R -7-TS'-w N3 ,hi 1 N4 rl .I 6 'V , , 140i Q- 1 -. 1 4 ae aw' Q , I L- A-' 35' 1 - I Aish! -A' 4. MF - , . ' , , Lg n -ls K I --rg.: -8 :- a . In 1 Q f ., ' 1 'L -N--' rx X, R' 5 . . J W 'KH b l fm N- -' W W r. ' . 1 S ,,-...A -J.-T A ,A 1 ,UQI v h . X . Lip- ff.: , - ,X ' -f-N N . .-P f":'- . . .. 1- , H, -r A 1 W ...hm J N Hu 4,5,.g," 5, - 5x 1 ,,w U -' H" Qx- . 93'f'f -34'-I N fiffffil N 'QS' xiii' v., 29. "' tl'-f q '-nfs ls K Q ss -,R Wai -. QWQO ' 'A -:'a'.'.5 y . ,l4.3ia 1 I ff 3 -NX y 0, is .- 1 -ish .A J 'L' ,I 'Q' fi' Y - m 1- :rf r.. -4. L 'Zia :ies if Marsteller, Tait, Shaw, Khoenle. Frederick, Frick, Simonetti, Gotshall, Dorner, Fiocca, Firestone, Iobe, Woodward, UNIVERSITY YWCA The purpose ot the stu- dent YWCA is to aid carn- pus Women to develop physically, socially, cul- turally, and spiritually. Palmer OFFICERS Griffiths, Krause, Watkins, Vogler, Schwartz, Henton, McCormick, Hurst, Bitter. President I-Offflifle FTQTSI' Petley, Scott, Hardesty, Pershing, Deitrich, Griffith, Veach, Krinov. Vice-President Martha Early Rieker, Elliot, Frank, McGaughey, Dillehay, Hooker, Hollinger. Secretary Iucmitc Loulctn Lincks, Bryant, Loulan, Patterson, Prater, Early, Ross, Snyder. Treasurer Betty ROSS Faculty Adviser Miss Mabel Locke Doris Allen lane Baughman Ruth Bitter Betty Boyd Helen Bryant Catherine Byren Catherine Carr Ellen Casey Betty Cooper lcyne Crooks Katherine Deme Helen Dietrick Anna lean Dillehay lorraine Prater Pauline Eagon Martha Early Margaret Elliott Helen Frederick Bernice Frank Martha Foster Olga Fiocca Marian Griffiths Mary Griffiths MEMBERS Helen Hardesty Doris Lee Halstead Jean Hamilton Hazel Hobbs Marjorie Hollinger Evelyn Hooker Isabelle Hopkins Helen Hurst Virginia Hurst Katherine lobe Eleanor Khoenle Marle Kucheman Anne Krinow Ieanette Krumrine Iuanita Loulan Betty Lee Markey Carolyn Marstellar Katherine McCormick Irene Mcllroy Mary McGaughey Doris Mikleshek Christine Moore Grace Patterson Kathryn Pershing Laura Roundy Betty Ross Betty Sandberg Eleanor Schwartz Betty Shane Catherine Shaw Kathryn Shipman Caramel Siomonette Sue Snyder Sara Stubbs Peggy Stubbs Mary Alice Thornton Kay Wagner Eileen Walsh lean Watkins Ruth Wenninger Mardelle Witwer Mary Woodward Esther Veach Betty Volger Kathleen Vosper Elizabeth McAlonan Membership in the student Y. W. C. A. is open to any campus Woman inter- ested in its ideals and program. STUDENT YMCA CABINET The purpose -ot this or- ganization is first to plan, develop, and conduct a program of activities and in t e r e s ts of University men and second to incite religious and social pro- grams of the highest ideals. Richard Baker Kenneth Banks Iohn Bost Robert Brownfield Robert Broadbent William Burch Paul Chapman Robert Collis Richard Collier Ardent Cullison Robert Davis Lawrence Dillehay Tom Denton Claude Frazee Harry Frazee Iames Fertig Robert Freed William Graham William Good Roger Garver George Hackina President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Faculty Adviser: Chaplain: OFFICERS Fred Halliburton Gene 'Hollander Logan Hidy Irvin Heller Robert Hershey Marvin Heid William Vachon La Von Walker Eugene Weiss Aden Worthington George Womersley Bill Wright Dr. DeGrafi Lawrence Deli Iames Witner Conrad Reining Ivan Kreemer Iames Kay George Kaufman William Kannel Arthur Larson Smith, Banks, Dillehay, Miller, Reining. Porfedo, Farwell, Freed, Kay, Post. Pappano, Fertig, Halliburton, Moore, Nurches. Brownfield, Miller, Denton, Heid, Kcmnel, Frazee. Robert Davis Marvin Heid Robert Freed Arthur Larson Logan I-lidy Dr. H. O. DeGraff Larry Dillehay Robert Larson Earl Leatherman Robert Lemmon Edward Libbey Andy Miller Loraine Mullen Charles Miller Don McGaughey Oliver MacGreen Max Nelson Ioe Pappario Veto Porfedo Emerson Post George Panich Edgar Smith lames Sankey Edward Silverman Edgar Stevens Robert 'Ullett Fred Tambling Iames Triched Membership in the student Y. M. C. A. is open to all campus men. l .i.i. Rcbert Austin Harold Davis Leonard Goff Robert Humphries William lenkins Gerald Keirn Paul Nurches Clarence Rohrich 2 cnald Caldwell ,. ,,. .1931 VHCIQIXGYI ,.. . ,. vf.ZI'.ES COYYIS Stagg Herinzs irsel Lanzz 'Hn Laprghlin Mark 4 4 gy Q' Karl Seib Mark Walther Walter Kominic Leslie Minnear Frank Snyder Coulter McCracken Michael Yakubik Lawrence Gilchrest MEMBERS William Markey Walter Nixon Peter Olegar Thomas Perry Michael Senuta Theodore Shaul William King Claude Fusion l i Mr. Smith, Keirn, Walther, Nurches Mr Walther, Yakubik, Mr. Sibila, Snyder Gott, McCracken, Minnear, Humphrey Kominic, Davis, Hutt. American Institute of Electrical Engineers OFFICERS President Michael Yakubic Secretary Paul Nurches Treasurer Karl Seib FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. I. T. Walther Mr. P. C. Smith Mr. K. F. Sibila OFFICERS President Dean Chapman Vice-President Walter Nixon Secretary Iohn Laughlin Faculty Advisors Contact Mari Mr. lohn Bulger, Mr Mr. E. D. Barstow AMERICAN SOCIETY of CIVIL ENGINEERS Mark, Fusion, Corns. MarkeY. Olegdf Chapman, Nixon, Laughlin- AMERICAN SOCIETY of MECHANICAL ENGINEERS The purpose of this organiza- tion is the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of me- chanical engineering, the pre- sentation of a proper perspec- tive of engineering work Cmd the opportunity to become ac- quainted with the personnel and activities of the Society as well as to promote a profession- al consciousness and fellow- ship. rs I Vukan, Wyman, Day, Bishop, Griffin, Darnell, Chanyi, Frotz Bishop Bezbatchonko Frye, Whitaker. Kleckner, Kovalich, Deist, Cehrs, Mather, Grassbaugh, Haddock Beckwith Brovn OFFICERS President: Herbert Deist Vice-President: Don Mather Secretary: Charles Cehrs Treasurer: Francis Grassbaugh Faculty Adviser: Fred S. Griffin MEMBERS Iohn Barnes Iohn Bezbatchenko Dante Bell Earl Bishop Glen Bishop Dale Bradley Nevin Brithers Charles Beckwith Louis Chanyi lesse Darnell George Fretz lohn Frye Roland Griffiths Milton Klotz lohn Kallgren Walter Kovalich Iames Lewis Richard McCarthy Robert McCurdy Edwin Moats Iohn Pope Don Porter Russel Steffy Frank Vulcan Charles Wyman lames Stankard Augustus Stewart Robert Wiltrout Fred Brown Leander Haddock Russell Kleckner Iohn Day - Arr- - 4 Q. Sitl, Hawk, Furst, Higley. Wilt, Stevens, Marquardt, Mason, Heltleman, Schaadt, Nichols. Graham, Zimmerman, Henterly, Cook, Beshara, Trumpikas. lenkins, Heid, Dobrin, Deme, Ogonowski, Maher. Russell, Christensen, Hall, Stern, Simonetii, Farkas, Sternberg. FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. Earl Davis Mr. R. W. Bailey Mr. W. W. Wiard Mr. T. C. Hilliard, Adviser Dr. Warren W. Leigh Prof. H. T. McKee Paul Barlett Charles Beshara Ken Brooks Paul Buzzi Ray Campbell Iohn Carroll Eric Chedester Del Christensen Philip Clifton Albert Cohen Bob Collis Emil Cook Clayton Cross Howard Darst Howard Davis Primo Dell Angelo Icsephine D'Ianni Gene Dickey Marie Evans George Farkas Bill Fleming Lloyd Frederick Dominic George Dorothy Givens Ernest Graham Robert Graham Bertha Greenbaum Wm. Guran Helen Louise Hagen Ed Hall Glen Hawk lohnny Helfelman Marvin Held Charles Heinick MEMBERS Ierome Heinick Robert Hensel Bill Henterly Melvin Herman Lee Hibner Bob Higley Lois Hitchcock Evelyn Hooker Iohn Hutchinson Al Isner Robert lackson Clarence lauchem Don Ienkins Mildred Kauffman lack Kehrer Darrel Kelley Ken Koller Art Larson Bob Larson Carl Lewis Sigvard Liedholm Don Luck Ralph Maher Bob Mankin Marvin Marquardt Ruth Mason lim McGrath Irene Mclntyre Ralph Merrick Glenn Murphy Iulia Mikie Ed Ogonowski Dale Orr Thomas Owens ... vim--. - I Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Sophomore Representative CQMMERCE CLUB The objectives of the Com- merce Club aref to promote fellowship among the stuclentsy promote closer student-faculty relationships, promote scholar- ship, and establish contacts for students in the business world. OFFICERS Leonard Sternberg Frank Simonetti Sanford Stern Charles True Alvin Sift Ierry Paquin Paul Rankin Gertrude Reinhardt Bill Remark Charles Rennie Bob Russell Carl Schaadt Alice Shaller Betty Shane Henry Schneider Bob Singer Al Siff Bill Sisler Robert R. Smith Earl Sockel Iim Stansfield Charles Stem Sanford Stern Edgar Stevens Iulia Swedenburg lean Tait Fred Tambling Iack Thacker Dave Thomas Robert Thompson Charles True Sterling Tuck LaVon Walker Helen White Iulius Wilt Carl Yokum Ralph Young Steve Zarling Milt Zetzer Glenn Zimmerman HOIVIE ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose ofthe Home Economics Club is to further interest in home economics on the campus, to increase knowledge in the home economics fields, and to create social contacts. OFFICERS President Marcia Bush D Vice President Mary Louise Gunsolus Recording Secretary Carroll Olin Corresponding Secretary Lois Mytholar Treasurer Elizabeth Kenny Faculty Adviser K Miss Mildred Swift Antonia Blacketter Mildred Brouse Betty Bloor Alice Brucker Virginia Coe Louise Dill Marie Evans Helen Frederick Rita Gerhart Dorothy Gukich Virginia Hurst Helen Iredell Dorothy Iohnson Virginia Iohnson Regina Kalavity Ann Krinov Mildred Kylander Iulia Little Ellen Manthey McLaren, Loeftler, Mingle, Brueker. Vermillion Frederick, Petley, McGaughey. Kalavity Mathias Krmlotl Wltver Little, Lincks, Wagner, Evans, Sherry Brouse Walsh Dill Miss Swift, Gunsolus, Bush, Olin, Kenny Miss I-0111109 Ruth Mingle Ioan Loefller Doris Lincks Henriette Mathias Kathryn McCormick Mary McGaughey Iacqueline McLaren lean Petley Pauline Rornig lean Shallcross Faith Sherman Pauline Sherry Dorothy Tharn Mary Lou Wagner Eileen Walsh Helen Witwer Marilyn Wyckoff Audrey Baker lane Murdoch Any student who is a home economics major or minor or who has completed six hours in home economics is eligible for membership in the Home Economics Club. Smith, Thomas, Burch, Dillehay, Sherman, Collier. Weimer, Loetiler, Iones, Merlitti. Durst. Zimmerman, Mrs. Ota Curry, Chauncey, Stevens, Dillehay, Prof. Hitchcock. Margaret Ammerman Eugene Benedict Bill Burch Iuanita Chauncey Richard Collier Anna lean Dillehay Lawrence Dillehay Richard Durst Martha Early Betty Frick Rancel Hill Richard Hood Zola Iones President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Historian: Faculty Adviser: MEMBERS GAVEL CLUB The purpose of the Gavel Club is to encourage better self-expression through better speech. Any student interested in speech is eligible. OFFICERS Harold Zimmerman Edgar Stevens Iaunita Chauncey Kenneth Moore Zola Iones Dr. 0. A. Hitchcock Catherine Kight Stanley Keitser - Ioan Loefiler Irene Mcllroy Iames McMorrow Rita Merletti Kenneth Moore Blanche Sherman Douglas Smith Sanford Stem Edgar Stevens Helen Worthington Harold Zimmerman The purpose of the Gavel Club is to further interest in forensics and to train students for entrance into the Speakers' Bureau. EN GINEER'S COLLEGE ORGANIZATION OFFICERS Arthur Ach Lorne Acker Stuart Alspach Paul Appleby Robert Austin Robert Baker Iohn Barbura George Batiuk Charles Beckwith Richard Bedur Dante Bell Iohn Bezbatchenko Michael Bezbatchenko Earl Bishop Glen Bishop Robert Bishop Edwin Boone Albert Boston Francis Bowdon Lester Bracken Dale Bradley Ralph Bredhold Tom Broge Nevin Brothers Fred Brown Malvern Brumbaugh lack Brundage Iohn Burkley Emil Buzek Iohn Buzek Eugene Caillet Donald Caldwell Tom Comeron Iames Campbell Anthony Campanale Leonard Carlisle Russell Cartwright Charles Cehrs Louis Chanyi Dean Chapman Everett Chapman Richard Child Robert Christian Robert Clause Charles Corns Iohn Costigan Iohn Crow lesse Darnell Harold Davis Herbert Davis Iohn Day Herb Deist Kenneth Denholm Wilford Dickerhoof Mario Di Federico George Fretz, Ir. Robert McCurdy Robert Bishop Francis Grassbaugh MEMBERS Iames Dillian Robert Dine Carl Dudugjian Norman Elder Robert Fellmuth Donald Fisher William Fisher Maurice Fitch lack Fitzgerald Harold Fitzsimmons Charles Fogarty Robert Foster Robert French George Fretz Eugene Frye Iohn Frye Max Fuller Claude Fuston David Gabriel Glenn Gallagher Richard Garver Roger Garver Laurence Gilchrist Pete Gitter Robert Godlove Leonard Goff Sam Gorden William Gorden Rowland Griffiths Iohn Gross Robert Gunsaulus L. G. Haddock Charles Hall Donald Hamilton Albert Hardman Robert Haren ' Robert Hargrove Zackary Harris lack Hart Marvin Hartz! Irvin Heller Craig Hennis Ivan Hertle William Hilkert lack Hoffman Alba Honeywell Elza Hopkins George Home Rolland Huff Charles Humphreys Robert Humphreys Lester Iacobs Harold Iames Dale leffers William Ienkins J, 'f 1 A Acker, Wyman, Dillian, Luke, Darnell, Chanyi, E. Bishop Fretz Btsho, Brown, Hardman, Frye, Cehrs. Buzek, Day, Van Steenhoven, Deist, Vukan, Stimler, Gitter Haddofx Wn .axe Grassbaugh, Clause. Kleckner, Kovalich, Allspach, Koegel, Gabriel, Green, Hertle Iohn Kalgren Robert Kallgren George Kaufman Anthony Kazlouskas Ray Keeler Gerald Keirn William King Russell Kleckner Frank Kleinwechter Frank Klespies Milton Klotz Ioseph Koegel Henry Kohler Donald Kohsiek Chester Kolk Walter Kominic Walter Kovalick Harry Kuhne Ersel Lantz Nils Larson Iohn Laughlin Everett Lawrence Claude Lee Norman Litz Marvin Luke Vance Luke Richard McCarthy I. Coulter McCracke Robert McCurdy Edward McSweeney William Mark William Markey William Marsh Donald Mather Ioseph Meidlinger Iulius Meszaros Clarence Miller Lemuel Miller Leslie Minnear Thomas Minter Erwin Moats Paul Montgomery Harry Moreland Richard Moreland William Mullin Stanley Myers Walter Nixon Paul Nurches Ardis Oakes Richard O'Connor Pete Olegar Frank Olivo Dale Orcutt Dale Orr Gerald Parseghian Il Harry Pastorius Frank Pender Thomas Perry Dale Pettry George Pfeiffer Iohn Po Donald Barter Clarence Rohrich Harold Rootes Francis Ross Robert Roth Ted Schoettel Ray Seese Karl Seib Mike Senuta Ted Shaul Gerald Shook Iohn Silagi William Slusser Ioseph Smith Frank Snyder Dale Spitznas Dallas Sprinkle Iames Stankard Robert Staudt Russell Steify Fred Stimler Myron Suderow Ed Susong lack Sutton lohn Swartz David Tarbox Morris Tass Emil Tengea Harold Toner Robert Towne lunius Triche Ray Upp Donald Van Orman Frank Van Steenhoven Frank Vukan Ioseph Waddell Mark Walther Lawrence Water Ray Watters Samuel Whitaker Homer Wilt Robert Wiltrcut William Wxttig Frank Woehl Ed Wolf George Womersley Robert Wright Charles Wyman Mike Yakubik Charles Zimmerman is 1 'Il President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Florine Batman Bud Boring Betty Boyd Ioe Cameron Paul Chapman Alma Cortulessa Adolph Dort Katherine Gillis Robert Godlove Mary Griffith Helen Hardesty Helen Hurst Iuanita Loulan ,J MATHEMATICS CLUB The purpose ot this club is to bring together mathematic department students and facul- ty and to stimulate interest and knowledge in mathematics. FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. Selby Dr. Iones Dr. Bender OFFICERS MEMBERS Mary Woodward Helen Hurst Mary Griffith Helen l-Iardesty Betty Boyd Mary Louise Mills Iulius Mezaros Iulia Mikas Robert Osmun Arthur Robinson Eleanor Salfko William Slusher Carl Snyder Fred Stimler Dominic Triiero Al Umansky Alvin Warren Don Weigle Open to any student interested in Mathematics 1n LE CERCLE F RAN CAISE The purpose ot Le Cercle Francais is to en- courage and interest stu- dents in the knowledge and give a more intimate view ot French culture and customs. Hooker, Loulcm, Cardenas, Worthington Leatherman Blatenc Marsteller, Gotshall, Simonetti, Walsh Henton Davis Hagen, Swedenburg, Gertz, Brotsmcm Pershing, Miss Fanning, Miss Reed, Mendelson Hilton OFFICERS President Miss Katherine Reed Vice President Miss Margaret Fanning Secretary Leona Mendelsohn Treasurer Kathryn Pershing Social Chairman Martha Larrick Piano Accompanist Ioan Guinter MEMBERS Helen Blateric lean Brotsman Ioseph Cardina Betty Lou Clinger Betty Cohen lane DeCora lean Marie Feeley lean Garrett Frances Gertz Betty Gottshall Ioan Guinter Helen L. Hagen Harriet Hinton Muriel Hessler Evelyn Hooker lean Ann Kittleberger Martha Larrick A student must have completed one year ot high school or college French to become a member of Le Cercle Francais. Earl Leatherman Ida Mankovitz Carolyn Marsteller Leona Mendelsohn Martha Mercer lane Neely Anthony Patrino Kathryn Pershing Ieannette Polk Doris Rifkin Robert Secrest Carmel Sirnonetti Mary Sue Singleton Iulia Swedenberg Eileen Walsh Virginia Wecker Eleanor Woodard I Noel Fellmuth, Kalgren, Gerald, Ogonowski, Eberharclt, Rawls, Mayfield, Thomas, Seiler, Maluke, Whitaker, Schwartz. Mr Williams, Mr. Van deVere, Gitter, Hill,.Marsh, O'Connor, Mullin, Mr. Kirbert, Kleckner, Connor, Decatur. Robert Austin Dale Bradley Robert Conner Albert Decatur Evelyn Eberhardt Robert Fellmeth Elynore Fulton Peter Gitter Rancel Hill Arigy Iames Roy Ierrel Robert Kallgren William King Russell Kleckner Richard McCarthy Andrew Maluke Harry Marcus William Marsh David Massey Carl Mayfield MEMBERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Civil Aeronautics Authority Flying Class 1 939-1 940 Purpose of the CAA is to stimulate interest in Civilian Flying INSTRUCTORS Sam Williams Rudy Van Devere Ray Van Devere Emmanuel Pierret Ioseph Conn Russell Kerbert OFFICERS Dana Noel Rancel Hill Russell Kleckner William King William Mullin Dana Noel Richard O'Conner Edward Ogonowski Marion Rawles Donald Seiler Iohn Swartz Emil Tengea Stanislaus Thomas Sam Whitaker 'A , .H .. ', Q . rc.,-af "I .1 it , "ffm .5 1.0 - "2 ' will .M fm t,- ,. f AKRON UNIVERSITY CLOUDHOPPERS The purpose of this organiza- tion is to promote aviation and interest in Aeronautics among its membersg to purchase a planeg to promote safe flying, and generally effect an air- minded spirit among Akronfs future aviators. Carrier, B. Kortvejesi, S. Kortvejesi, Triplett, Ports, Price. Wayman, Cooke, Hoover. The Cloudhoppers competed in three inter-collegiate flying meets last year, at Pontiac, Michigan and the National contest at Kenyon College. Club members flew an aggregate of approximately 600 hours in various types of planes, they own and operate the "cub" No. N.C. 23201 at Akron Airport. The club was organized in 1935, and is the only local flying club now actively flying at the municipal airport, it is a member of the National Inter-collegiate Flying Clubs Association, and nationally known. Meetings are held every Sunday at the airport, and visitors are always welcome. Liga. l g .4-T ..4!-Q.: 'inf OFFICERS President Dean Triplett Secretary George Hoover Treasurer Herbert Price MEMBERS 'X-1? Bud Ports Wm. Barnard Herb Price Lanier Carrier Al RileY A. W. Cook Earl Rottmayer Sally Seaton lack Swartz Dean Triplett I. L. Wayman Betty Zimmerm GTI Robert Easton Don French George Hoover Stephen Kortjesi lames Kovack 'p 52-.wh- MUSIC ORGANIZATION PRESIDENTS f- N.. Sshaetrer Mc-Grath Larsen, Smith, Hawk, Sockel, Chedester. Handley, Hollinger, Knepper, Mr. Starr, Gotshall, Heiberg. OFFICERS PRESIDENTS COUNCIL Roger Schaeffer, Chairman Orchestra Eric Chedester Vocal Organizations William Markey Band Arthur Larson University Singers VICE PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL AND KEY AWARD COMMITTEE Edward McGrath, Chairman Vice President Band Estelle Handley, Vice President Mixed Chorus Section A Elsie Heiberg, Vice President Mixed Chorus Section B Helen Pollack, Vice President Women's Glee Section A Nancy Knepper, Vice President Women's Glee Section B Glenn Hawk, Vice President Men's Glee Section B Marjorie Hollinger, Vice President Orchestra Edward Smith, Vice President University Singers Earl Sockel, Vice President Men's Glee Section A Dams jenxxns, Mtnnear, Sibila, Yalrubik, Gilchrist, Korninic. Srrmh, Fohrich, Goff, Nurches, Luke, Reining. 'Halter Fair, WBKLH MEMBERS Stephen Kortvesi, WBUKU Nick Colletti, WSOWS Prof C, Ileil Starr, WBIXIWQ Prof. O. A, Hitchcock William Ienicins Lawrence Gilchrist STATION W8UPD Purpose ot organization is to band together students interested in ama- teur radio activities. OFFICERS President: Paul Nurches, WBKOO Vice-President: Leonard Golf, WSRIS Secretary Clarence Rohrich Harold B. Davis Herman Freeder Leslie Minnear Mike Yakubik Charles Beckwith Conrad Reining Marvin Luke, WSTLY Treasurer: Activities Manager: Faculty Adviser: I Prof. Paul C. Smith, WBUMB Wm. Bonnette Louis Brown Betty Burke Iames Fertig Estelle Handley Marjorie Hollinger Albert Lockhart Ed McGrath ORCHESTRA Richard O'Connor Iulia Swedenburg Theo Uverity Don Vogt Roger Schaeffer Walter Henrich Oscar Richards Paul Ingle Joseph Hershlcowitz Everette Lawrence David Smith Wm. Holbert Betty Boyd Don Gonder Wm. Markey Dale Akins Mona Anderson Howard Darst Richard Dennis Bruce Duke Betty French Don Gonder Louis Brown Henry Gullia Estelle Handley lack Hoffman Wm. Holbert BAND Marjorie Hollinger Earl Leatherman Genvie Livingston Wm. Mafkey Ed McGrath Bob Mohn Marie Porter Iames Yohey lean Taton Don Vogt Donald Wiley larnes Witn'er Frank Woehl Glenn Zimmerman Dale Akins Oscar Richards Frank Liebenderter Wilfred Duggan Betty Boyd lack Thacker David Smith Roger Schaeffer 6!.4!?2n7aw 74Zen29!ee Zlfowzwd QQ! Alice Brucker Iuanita Chauncey GeorgeAnne Carey Barbara Curran lean Gallagher Gwen Galloway Rose lean McGinley Milcie Relich Genevieve Smith Frances Waltz Eleanor Satko Betty Iohnson Marion Griffiths Grace Patterson Elizabeth Bixler Iune Britton Doris Lee Halstead Pearl Brownsword Pauline Eagon Dorothy Iackson Wm. Grahm Robert Weltmer Iames Brickels Bob Hinman Clarence Rohrich Blaine Iohnston Wm. Bonnette George Haddad Frances Abbott Berdine Apger Betty Burke Rachael Conn Martha Green lean Taton Estelle Handley Lucy Iacobs Ann Lucas Gladys Magilvy Wanda Stoner Marjorie Zeiter Eleanor Shimp Lucile Gerson Carl Hendershot Andrew Miller Wm. Guth Thomas Denton Dick Bedur Hale Bump Eric Chedester Ed Stevens Geo. McQuain SOPRANO Eona Shriner Henrietta Sunde Saroline Sunde Elaine Davis Pauline Sherry Avalorene Billings Mildred Brouse Martha Carmazin Ieyne Crooks Betty Gotschall Margaret Kimberly Helen Kudla Iune Launtz Evelyn Lightner Betty Lee Markey Dorothy Miller Olga Fiocca Helen Pollack Mary Schweikert Betty Sisler TENOR Richard Hood Stan Keister Edgar Smith Grove Williams Charles Miller Eugene Benedict Fred Ayer lane DeCora ALTO Lucile Boughton Virginia Brand Cathryn Brubaker Ruth DeKalb Ruth Foster Betty French Vera Grubb Marjorie Hollinger Lucille King Iulianne Mayfield Ann Miller Rhea Thurnes Kathryn Pershing Lucie Richie BASS Delmar Chistensen Robert Davis Delmar Christensen Arthur Larson Orpheus Nurches Bill Clegg Thomas Courtney Frank Van Steenhoven Gerald Shook Marian Walter Marian Watters Patsy Arnold Harriet Benson lane Deitrick Iuanita Gamble Hazel Hobbs Betty Knepper llancy Knepper Ruth Kysor Kathryn McCormick Miriam McManis Lucille Shryock Marjorie Smith Virginia Smith lanet Tucker Anna lean Dillehay lane Shaffer Marie Hamman Genevieve Smith Elsie I-leiberg Isabel Hopkins Anna Staigor Gloria Spegal Naomi Grayce Foster Clement Buckley Wm. Burch Fred Halliburton Anna Russell Rose Marie Ruth Margaret Vielhaber Virginia Lee Ruth Bettie Bender Ann Buettell Louise Dill Ioyce Hall Genevie Livingston Ieanne Olhoif Betty Roebuck Ann Tschantz Stella Woyar Phyllis Wiseman Glenn Hawk Crandall Kline Fred Watt Richard Caldwell Bill Farley Walter Henrich Earl Sockel Bob Russell l -"I .A ,i.kl.A,.p--X4 ., .qgib -naval-" 292 - f Sf., ..--4.5 s ,Q-lj -,,.--- .un-I' ...- xx 1 . """ it--"",. A o . ' S xr-I --n--. J , "',..-nl-'fi 4' Q ., --f "- T5 gr 'A k n 'S SPENCER! 'ur non 3 K, ,. px. I I. X -ik, - 1 I 0 4 " Q' 3 3 '.sw,9W-hw fu n . . - :x M, D I . 2 I ,uv-I" Y. .' 5' , A14 -'. :, ' jk ' as ",a-av 5' 4, , 1 .-4.-uf . fx Q -K i .v fr ' 5, " . '5v'z',":QT-lp'0U'Y' -- W K" ,'3""F'+'N.. , VA -' 5. , f , ' P ' "-'J X M ,Ns If.-Gu ' " " ' .4'f"' af' ' -- ' - -- "iff AK-In' . Juclr FIRST BATTALION HEADQUARTERS AND STAFF CADET LIEUTENANT HONORARY LIEUTENANT COLONEL Richard H. Durst Miriam Zirnarik CADET MAIOR CADET FIRST LIEUTENANTS William R. Schwiekert L. Paul Coburn, S-l and S-2 Battalion Executive and S-3 Walter P. Wright, S-4 40 SECOND BATTALION HEADQUARTERS AND STAFF CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL HONORARY LIEUTENANT COLONEL William A. Sieler Mary Alice Thornton CADET MAIOR CADET FIRST LIEUTENANTS DCITIG E. N061 Iohn H. Frye, S-1 and S-2 Battalion Executive and S-3 Raymond Eckard, S-4 4910- , ,-. bi' be --.4 v I F. REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS AND STAFF CADET COLONEL HONORARY CADET COLONEL Earl L. Bishop Florine Batman CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL HONORARY LIEUTENANT COLONEL Robert Hp Bertsch Marian Logue CADET MAIORS CADET CAPTAINS Richard R. Sipes, S-4 Edward W. Hall, Adjutant R. Houston Gray, S-3 Iarnes R. Boyd, S-2 HONORARY CAPTAIN ADIUTANT Antonia Blacketter wif' CAPTAIN HONORARY CAPTAIN Roger Schaeffer Ieanette Sumner FIRST PLATOON Iack Marlowe Iacques Burrell Clyde Iones Edwin Carlson William Crain Lawrence Dillehay FIRST SERGEANT George Harkins PLATOQN LEADER PLATOON SERGEANT: PLATOON GUIDE: SQUAD COMMANDERS: SECOND PLATOON Sanford Stern Robert Keene Thomas Christy Berton Hickman Iack Kehrer Arthur Larson 1ST SQUAD 4TH SQUAD Alspach, S, Hargrove, R. Baylor, G. Hensley, A. Blue, I. Hranilovich, G. Boring, S. Kallgren, R. Ach, A. Denholm, K. Algea, I. Di Federico, M. Baker, Robt. Dunderman, F. Batiuk, G. Eisenzimmer, P. Beach, K. Finnegan, W. Bellassai, I. Fogarty, C. BezBatchenko, M. 2ND SQUAD STH SQUAD Bracken, L. Klotz, M. Clause, R. Lazarow, H. Dillian, I. Lee, C. W. Frazee, C. Fitch, M. Boston, A. Fitzgerald, I. Broge, T. Gabriel, D. Brown, A. A. Gertz, P. Burgan, D. Green, S. Cahill, W. Gunsaulus, R. 3RD SQUAD 6TH SQUAD Gates, S. McGaughey, D. Gilchrist, L. Mohn, I. Graham, W. Mungo, V. Chapman, E. Guran, W. Connor, R. Hardman, A. Crosley, E. Harker, L., Crumrine, C. Halliburton, F. Culbertson, R. Hertle, I. Cullison, A. Hoffman, I. COMPANY B CAPTAIN HoNoRARY CAPTAIN Conrad Reining Adelaide Thomas FIRST SERGEANT FIRST PLATQQN Philip Smith Harry Pastorius Francis Ross Gerard Parseghian Dallas Riddle Carl Snyder Robert O. Foster PLATQQN LEADER: PLATQQN SERGEANT: PLATQON GUIDE: SQUAD CQMMANDERS: SECQND PLATQQN Marvin E. Heid Arthur Robinson Edgar Smith Myron Suderow Richard Weaver Rex Wingard IST SQUAD 4TH SQUAD Nachtreib, C. Stover, D. Osmun, R. Tarbox, D. Holbrook, W. Persuit, W. Holzapfel, I. Peterson, H. Hope, Glenn Plazek, G. Hope, R. Reavan, A. Hopkins, E. Schmidt, R. W. Horne, G. Selby, W. Ieffers, D. Sholitan, L. Larsen, R. L. Slusser, Wm. 2ND SQUAD 5TH SQUAD Rutkoski, B. Trumpikas, A. Schlobohm, K. Van Steenhoven F Lawrence, R. Vogt, D. Maluke, A. Smith, I. May, M. Stimler, F. Meidlinger, I. Susong, E. McAllisterfi, A. Swartz, I. McEldowney, B. Tappan, H. McQuain, G. Teter, C. Titmas, I. SRD SQUAD BTH SQUAD Seese, R. Worthington, C Shapiro, T. Costigan, I. Silagi, I. Williams, R. L. McSweeney, E. Toner, H. Michelson, A. Tschantz, C. ' Minter, T. Turney, W. Myers. B. Weaver, C. Oakes, A. Womersley, G. Orr. Dale Zimmerman, C. Perry, M. COMPANY C CAPTAIN HQNQRARY CAPTAIN Iohn Hutchinson Martha Larrick FIRST SERGEANT FIRST PLATOON Mark Downing Hollis Allan William Fisher Richard Bonnett Benjamin Cameron Harold Davis Robert B. Sanderson PLATOON LEADER: PLATOQN SERGEANT: PLATOON GUIDE: SQUAD CQMMANDERS: SECOND PLATOON Harry W. Frazee Robert Dine Robert Godlove Robert French Charles Herman Harry Hurtt 1ST SQUAD 4TH SQUAD Poston, D. Frye, E. White, C. Green, W. Andreoli, A. Finelli, P. Ayers, T. Ferri, F. Bodle, R. Florin, G. Bond, E. Flower, W. Fogarty, I. Foust, M. ZND SQUAD STH SQUAD Boyer, C. Hart, A. Colombes, I. Hidy, L. Brechbiel, R. Garrett, F. Broadbent, R. Granata, I. Brumbaugh, A. Heinick, D. H. Carr, W. Heinick, L. Chapman, I. Harvard, F. 3RD SQUAD 6TH SQUAD Davis, R. Hoffman, E. Freed, R. Humphreys, C. Chesko, S. Kazlouskas, A. Ciraldo, A. Ienkins, L. Culbertson, E. Iohnston, B. Eisel, G. Iudson, D. Fabiano, F. Farmer, W. CAPTAIN Glenn Bishop FIRST PLATOON Wm. F. Koerschner Norman Litz Charles McBride Stanley Keister Iohn Kretchman William Sprankle IST SQUAD Kreemer, I. Lawrence, E. Malagio, F. Kleines, E. Kasse, R. Linder, R. Lawes, I. Lowrey, D. Maurer, B. ZND SQUAD Marrone, I. McGrath, I. Mavroudis, I. McGuire, P. McMorrow, I. Moreland, H. Panich, G. 3RD SQUAD McKiernan, H. Moreland, R. Pappano, I. Pastuck, R. Poulton, W. Remark, I. Riclcer, T. COMPANY D I-ICNQRARY CAPTAIN Virginia Wecker FIRST SERGEANT Icxck E. Sullivan SECOND PLATOON PLATOON LEADER: Andrew M. Ondecker PLATOON SERGEANT: Richard Mayfield PLATOON GUIDE: Iames McMu1lin SQUAD COMMANDERS: Gene Sucharda Karl Weimar Milton Zetzer 4'I'I-I SQUAD Morrow, W. Patella, D. Watters, R. B. Ross, R. Sankey, I. Schoonover, R. Silverman, E. Slee, W. 5Tl-I SQUAD Reznek, W. Shook, G. Smith, D. L. Thomas, S. S. Thornton, I. Triiero, D. Wallock, P. Weihe, E. STH SQUAD Trambley, W. Vinciguerra, E Wilkins, W. Wolff, W. Walker, L. Zimmerman, L. Schneiderman, S A- A ,'fQ?E,2l,L?--'KJ' .V . ,fx ,Q -1 - f :JF-5,-f -' - - . ,V , 5'-A!w.:4".- 1. .Q ' .. wr' COMPANY E CAPTAIN Iames McLain FIRST PLATOON Frederick R. Brown Ralph Ifft Ransie Dillard Fred Ayer Robert Bowman Gerald Briney IST SQUAD Arbogast, A. Corter, I. Ballard, C. Belair, G. Bloomberg, R. Bredhold, R. Brickels, I. Buckmaster, G. 2ND SQUAD Clinefelter, R. Decatur, A. Campanale, A. Campbell, I. Child, R. Christian, R. Crooks, I. Crow, I. Davis, H. 3RD SQUAD Gilbrile, T. Dennis, R. Denton, T. Deshon, R. Dickerhoof, W. DiNcrpoli, F. Duke, B. Fagan, I. HONORARY CAPTAIN Evelyn Eberhardt FIRST SERGEANT Robert I. Toye SECOND PLATOON PLATOON LEADER: Karl F. Cullison PLATOON SERGEANT: Milton Christner PLATOON GUIDE: Loren Acker SQUAD CDMMANDERS: U Iohn Buzek Grover Duke Iames Gable 4TH SQUAD Good, W. Harris, Z. Fisher, D. Fitzsimmons, H. Flossie, B. Gallagher, G. Garver, R. Gonder, I. 5TH SQUAD Israel, A. Koegel, I. . Hackim, G. Hamilton, D. Heller, E. Hensel, R. Hilkert, W. Hinman, R. 6TH SQUAD Leeper, H. Hollander, E. Humphrey, I. Iackson, C. Iacobs, L. Kaufman, G. Keeler, R. Kleinwechter, F. CAPTAIN Delmar Christensen FIRST PLATOON Eugene Caillet Ned Neidemire Ralph Mclntyre Arthur McMullan Harry Rosenthal Ted Schoettel lST SQUAD Lytton, A. Minnear, L. Klisch, T. Kuhne, H. Larson, Nils Latona, F. Lederman, I. Longworth, I. Marsh, W. ZND SQUAD Morgan, K. Meyers, G. McCann, R. Miles, W. Miller, I. R. Moore, H. R. Moore, Iames Mullin, W. Murphy, G. 3RD SQUAD Palmieri, R. Meyers, D. S. Nicholas, D. Nichols, E. Orcutt, D. Pender, F. Pfeiffer, G. Powers, T. FIRST SERGEAN T William F. Markey PLATOON LEADER: PLATOON SERGEANT: PLATOON GUIDE: SQUAD COMMANDERS: COMPANY F HQNORARY CAPTAIN Louise Dill SECOND PLATQQN Erwin Moats Raymond Upp Robert Staudt Vlfalter Staiger Alvin Warren Iames Welsh 4TH SQUAD Roberts, N. Thomas, M. Richards, D. Samaros, T. Schmid, R. Schneider, E. Slusher, W. Snyder, R. Stansfield, I. STH SQUAD Weigle, D. Spitznas, D. Squires, C. Sutton, I. Thompson, L. D Triche, I- Turek, D. Walker, I. BTH SQUAD Whitten, I. Weiss, E. Williams, P. E Winer, B. Witner, I. Woehl, F. Wright, R. Ziao, C. Tcnnbling, F. ' COMPANY G if CAPTAIN Eugene Phillips FIRST PLATOON Iack M. Brown Alvin Greenhorn Richard Caldwell Donald Brown Gene Dickey Robert Fellmuth FIRST SERGEANT Robert Singer PLATOON LEADER: PLATOON SERGEANT: PLATOON GUIDE: SQUAD COMMANDERS: HON ORARY CAPTAIN Muriel Hessler SECOND PLATOON Eric I. Chedester Kenneth Koller Robert Davis Iack Henterley Theo. Kapenekas Clyde Kistler IST SQUAD 4TH SQUAD Abdenour, E. Cousert, V. Berry, R. Creed, W. Blackwell, W. Gingo, G. Adams, W. Gluck, S. Allen, C. Griffiths, I. Ayers, I. Haddad, G. Baker, R. W. Handler, L. Bonnett, W. ZND SQUAD STH SQUAD Boyer, A. Friedman, H. Brooks, K. Gray, I. Bost, I. Heinick, I. Burch, T. Hibbard, R. Campena1e,I. Ingle, P. Clemente, B. Iackson, R. Codrea, I. Iones, R. 3RD SQUAD 6TH SQUAD Cameron, I. Hill, R. Cook, E. Hogle, G. Davis, Wm. Kelley, D. Drake, I. Kibler, R. Farley, W. Kidder, L. Gildow, G. Cregan, P. COMPANY I-I CAPTAIN HON ORARY CAPTAIN Richard Witner FIRST PLATOON Robert Russell Carl Lewis Charles Neal Anthony Patrino FIRST SERGEANT Iack Thacker PLATOON LEADER: PLATOON SERGEANT: PLATOON GUIDE: SQUAD COMMANDERS: Patricia Machcm SECOND PLATOON Marvin McCormick Richard Walter Edward Ogonowski Wm. Van Nostran Iulius Meszaros Carl Yokurn Robert Mohn Ralph Young IST SQUAD 4TH SQUAD I-11kCIS. I- Lockhart, A. Koss-ky. S- Post, E. Libbey, E. Siladie, I. Lutsch, I- Slusser, H. Marcus, H. Siqrkey, C. Mayfield. C- Sullivan, H. Sullivan, T. 2ND SQUAD STH SQUAD Monzo, A- Stem C. Moskoff, C. True, C, Miller, I. C. Tillet, R. Oatley, L. Towne, R. Orr, Dell Tuck, S. Poriedo, V. Waggoner, S. Wallace, R. 3RD SQUAD 6TH SQUAD Owens. I. Weltmer, R. Parenti, R. Wolin, B. Pshihos, H. Wan, F, Robinson, I. Wifwer, D, Schneider, H. Wright, W. Siff, A. 'ai-f',gW v si? ,M Qi 6. 'R xo ,JN X 3 "A,-' ' ,, .dl J ,fo AJ1, ' gy S Ziffiisg v. 1, J, I 0 53 ..: :xiii if mmm nfglm N 1' ' l 54 iff? 1 iikrge :gn G33 1 q 'N . .5 35' Jgv X' ' Q' - - - - Ur! dv E as i 1 8 ' to .. Y, i s l s. 'F ' K Q QQ., tp' lam 0. A 0' Q '--,R 'X 3 , ..-F 1 . .-A - 'A 1 'f 5 1 f as f f a y , 4 jf E I 5 'wi'g QQ .'f ' X ' 1 Vt' 4. 5 X' 3. e 3 lr- i 'Q A . f E Qv 5 rf Nu Q I , is . 5 J hx . L 0 Q 3 ,A ' - v u , -j - , - Ylifgl rx 1 A 1 . 'g' iff- ' A ' - ,f .' x f x rigs 'QQ-, f . ' PV. 'Q' 4 ' 1 ta M fi I z Z ' 1 "N V t-S ? 9 . Q . ,gg , ' IQ. im . I A Ei E Q A 1 ' 5 - A Q' R J X Q.,-rf - .: ' 3' " Q 7 x V' 6 ff- Q' Lgg ,?g'+g,x . ' 2 1 L Q'N f:,-211:35 N - X Q' , Q igiaiixgwk v A , Q -.S+ i " k i Y Q Ning' Q Q' i . 3 r- 1 Harkzns Koerschner, Sanderson. Brown Sprinkle, Luke, Furst, Sockel. Sipes Schweikert, Hall, Bertsch, Seiler, Wiltrout, Durst. Frye Major Kennon, Lt, Col. Cowles, Major Vermette, Bishop, McClain, Bishop- OFFICERS gmam Earl Bishop rgrst Lieutenant lOh1'1 Hutchinson Second Lieutenant lOl11'1 FTYG 1 . grst Sergeant James MCCICUU ,Qty Adviser David H, Cowles HONORARY MEMBERS cr 'lazsdell C. Kennon Major Raymond E. Vermette J Fred E Ayer President I-Iezzleton E. Simmons Earl Bishop Iohn Hutchinson Iohn Frye Glen Bishop Richard Durst Francis Grassbaugh Edward Hall Vance Luke Iack Brown SCABBARD and BLADE National Advanced Military Honorary Company C, 6th Regiment I ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Dana Noel Robert Bertsch Albert Seiler William Schweikert Robert Wiltrout Richard Sipes Edward Nicely Paul Bartlett Robert Russell . . 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The ROTC's loss was a gain for the rest oi the students. Hundreds oi suckers were salvaged from the flames -had a slightly smokey taste at first but after that was licked off were fine. ""' F QAM. 4 'K My -1.-.as f s f -.-.1 .Vila 'f""K -vis.-fl! I-Q ,ar .f-ul' ln... 93,4 ' 'On V a' -sg vw txdx? 44 :HR l ,.: 'L QW. Yi' ffgjh' f 15' , fi qi TEL'- , uk , r" Pg-gnqq :N ,- 'lx '36 X W- I Q , N A .ix N 'f ,. ig ' L 1--f if ln? -4: -'L 'x 9 -"eff Xa J ,- 5 'fizfi A97 An Hmold M99 gg Enc Chedester Q Mary lane Meeks 'Q Of all the students on tne campus, the ROTC was hardest hit when the Akron Candy Company burned to the ground this winter. Before the fire cadets passed the candy factory twice a day, filled their smellers with the luscious fruitiness of lollipops emanating from the plant, and were inspired for an hour, long enough not to mind "Hut-two-three-fourl" Mar- ching back to the U, their tired legs regained that spring-with the aid of candy perfumed air. The ROTC's loss was a gain ior the rest of the students. Hundreds of suckers were salvaged from the flames -had a slightly smokey taste at first but after that was licked off were fine. 'If li-'gif ' '1- f I , s I . S 1'-K fl rm' 555'-' 1 .Z l,A, n.. Patricia Arnold J .h B 'r Th mal Denton ,,' .3 -FW' ., , 5l Mg' , A f' ' iw "'M,,Ef!'-,4'f. fgkmi 1 A f Y' 44 ,. gs-, 6312 4 yfrggzz 5. V , .KFQSQL A 'XO A , X,.v. in ' ' ir i x F. X ' A x N X : 1 if 1-' 'i 'ff 5 4 7 V s -. f Hgudd K ,v wg ml-f , 1 . H, ' l v-.n . Moon Enc Chedester Q 4 ,-I4 .A Q' bf' .1 , 'X 1 FOUNDERS DAY UNIVERSITY PARTY It was a cold day Ianuary 18, but the birthday celebration for Iohn R. Buchtel went on just the same with Founders Day services and the University Party. Pleading for more workers like the famous Iohn R., who at 21 could scarcely write his own name but nevertheless finally donated more than half a million to Buchtel College, Mr. Ioseph P. Hanan of the class of 1910 was assembly speaker. Students then drove to Glendale Cemetery for the annual wreath ceremony over Mr. and Mrs. Buchtel's graves. n Skits in competition for prizes and a dance featured the University Party. Paul Coburn was chairman and Francis Grassbaugh, master of ceremonies. Left. top: Shivering beside Mr. and Mrs. Buchtel's graves, Helen Voige, Women's League president, and Robert Bertsch, Student Council president, stand with bowed heads as the Rev. George Cross Baner prays. . f. r-" M as is Lev. Mr. Baner, as the only Universalist? minister in Akron, aads Founders Day services every year. Buchtel College 'as originally a Universalist school. Above. center: Scabbard and Blade, national military onorary, portrayed "A Day in Camp" to win the honorary kit award at the party. Getting up in the morning, left J right, are Robert Bertsch, Richard Durst, Glen Bishop, arl Bishop, and Iohn Frye. Playing a "major" role in the kit, as well as directing it, was William Schweikert, who .lso appeared in the Biology Club's winning skit. Right: Pershing Rifles, basic military honorary, fires a alute over the graves as Richard Walters prepares to play zps. Center. below: "The Birth ot a Monster" was the Biology Ilub's winning skit. The "monster" was Robert Frisby, .rider the sheet in the picture. Lett to right, Aubrey Allman, kit director, Schweikert, William, Heepe and Frank Barbee rssist at .the monster's creation. Right. below: An exciting hockey game also went on luring the afternoon. r ag, :- I a""i -5 -1 -I 9, 1- ,1 ,Q J 'J 470' 1" W -cv' WM I Elynore Fulton 5 'l' .Gb Q. ',:"s"' 'xl I i ,. , .,'.4 . . Q 'v 1 - 4' 4, I R 0 -'as Q 'f "iw 'I 4 ' 1 'x ':14f.f' 0" f "?v' 5. 'i, " 1 ' "Q it 1 V,.,A,- 7 if :,. v 'af Lia, ,- , , 1 -Q ,f W. Egff Dorothy Hinson I 4 5 'I .af w-.1 ,Q h x . maxi W be N 4K wk... P' 4. 'f 'i X X X .x A4 has QUE? ' M4153 ,...M 7: Lit 4 -4. . I 1. Qiifii I X H U 3 'R way EES 'v 1 in Q' '..1f. '. f v' I Jw . . 1' O' E ", A 'sf ,sf 'T 1. , fl jg, f .ffhfti ,.,v , sw ' Hogg- - xi 1, ,VL A u f Www up-.-a ,f 1 4:4 I' ..,. Q 'VY if EJ! aft iitf 1-xx-1. iii'-Av it '-'fr K ..l" an 0 6 Paulmmkin Mmm!-G-vu 1k'1 5 L .. - 1940 May .Queen Mary Louise Gunsolus - N, 4. ' Q 'Q ' I 4 X ' Q 1 ' x 1' l Q ' a .4 4 c S.-ff' X- 3' A" ffi' A a """"". ,. I la , iq -4 4a . -, Q eta? . l t 'Y"N'1" '. Q, - W, E4., I , .N ,.'. w .3 5 f S f Wt, 5 1. ,I -2- 'ifl 2 ,Elle 1 - Simlwz' EXTRA-CURRICULAR life at the Uni- versity entered a new era in No- vember, with the opening of the University Student Building, which provides a new social center, and home for extra-curricular activities. A dining room and cafeteria, a theatre, a dance floor and lounge combined: offices for the student publications and for the musical organizations, club meeting rooms and a new central location for the Uni- versity bookstore were provided in the 5150000 structure. The building history starts in 1927, when Dean Gardner, recognizing the urgent need for a social center, asked for the immediate erection of a temporary frame building, a request then denied as impractical. ln l930-3l students and faculty raised a fund of S800 toward a student building. This fund later financed preparation and presentation of plans to the federal govern- ment. ln l936 the idea was again revived and a "Committee of 34" organized. ln May, 1938, a general student vote was held on the proposition of adding a special fee to finance a building, 877 out of 900 voting in favor of it. In May, 1938, the Board of Directors ap- plied to the P.W.A. for erection of a build- ing on a 45 percent grant and 55 percent loan basis. The application was accepted, and construction was started in December of that year. The present schedule calls for amortiza- tion of the loan from student fees and from building income in twenty years. Day students pay 33.00 a semester, night stu- dents 50 cents a semester, and summer students 50 cents each. Publications and the bookstore pay rent for their offices, and students organizations pay tees for using the auditorium. Commented President' Simmons in his annual report to the Board of Directors re- cently: "lf it takes ten to twelve years for us to plan and acquire a building we must waste no time in sarting the plans for another one." The photos on these pages taken by U. S. Vance show phases of construction of the building starting December 1938 with ground breaking to completion in November 1939. Counter-clock-wise around the two pages we find at our upper left Miss Battrick, Phil Sherman, Phyllis Friess '39, and President Simmons watching Iohn Griffith '39 turning the first shovelful of ground. Next is the mud hole which stood for weeks. Third we find the first girders and below the first walls and framework where you and I now eat. Following are two pictures showing the walls going up and up and upper. To the extreme' right on the bottom we have four walls and nothing to keep out the rain. Center on the right is the elevator service everyone wishes we had. Upper right, all but the finishing touches. S 4 'QE 3' I ,ffl Ieromeg paskal ffl, , wiv I . 5 . N Louise Walker fy Ardent Culhson .asf . ' , y Wt. 1 f f , , , if 4 vue!! Ka w ' W 5 -, sd ' V, A-W,-QT .,., A 1 'F 3 f , I ,r Paul Feeley 2 'X 4 i1x,a f N ,:, 6' , , S 'U' ' z .f P V. Q. . 4 1 I '7' Win? 111' L. L 1 -V 4,4-.uw---f 'U 5 ,Z 8 fvwx Q.. , f 1 . Q 1 1 1 . K, '- W1 11 If Ox X 'iv Q QW Q 1 f , fy ' V -'ul .. ..,-,sh jaxvlxgv -5 h rw rv .",QgF'l I ,, HfQ ,-1" 5 ,g ' 5 .R Rf F s Ml!" -. . - r ' I Q . Q. Q. 5 Q. Q A V, D u--an-.,g,.,T,, S f 1 W' La fa X 153+ UU 1' ww, may '4 , .. 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H1 chcock Snyder Griffiths Hatzis Schriner, Magilvey, Rifkin, Boyd, Fern Fairall Ieanette Crumrine Sue Snyder Gladys Magilvy Patricia Machan Marie Hamman Edna Ruth Schriner Betty Musser Mary Sue Singleton Robert Brownfield Dallas Sprinkle Edward Stevens Robert Staudt Kenneth Koller Donald McGaughey Earl Sockel F ,P 9--..... Fred Tambling Mark Downing Doris Miklashek Iames Boyd Mary Griffith Martha Early Bettie Williams Marvin McCormick Paul DeCora lean Garrett lack Thacker' Harry Sabgir Kenneth Koller Betty Shane Lulla Hatzis LaVon Walker Paul Nurches Iim Dillian Betty Musser STAFF Editor Art Editor Ass't. Art Editor Sales G Circulation Faculty Editor Ass't. Faculty Editor Organization Editor Fred Tumbling Ass't. Organization Editor Sorority Editor Fraternity Editor Sports Editor Accountant STAFF ASSISTANTS Typist Makeup Makeup Sales Photography . fi otha' ts alumni' an den Stu xo Koi-inet X 5 HCWQ irr- 4 , L 1 UNIVERSITYB me . nd W kk gathers Tgllorrer. lellss S15 at Y rnief Belowl rlheiieacofliofxfres a iew' pol LQTXQS' QU Harold eiiiferieflcegl Ol WS we wrlllng' on we 'u ' ellie xbne Coup Bklcul OV GY efles O Baughman, Ogonowski, Koller, Cahill, Linder. McCormick, Bobes, Zirnmerer, Fairall, Hatzis, DeCora. 31,41 ' ..v ,Himsa ,412 "' an -.3 3, l "l5Yi Emerson Batdorff Barbara Selby Robert Keene Hope MacLeod William Good Adelaide Karr Betty French Iames Boyd Richard Collier Eleanor Arbogast William Barkley Ruth Bitter Harry Carroll Ellen Casey Marilyn Clarke Virginia Coe Lawrence Dillehay Fern Fairall Helen Louise Hagen William Graham Ralph lift Mildred Kylander Bob Larsen Arthur Larson Paul DeCora Marvin McCormick Kenneth Koller Iane Baughman Richard Walters EDITPI ASSOCZI Busi U HTELITE 7'1?f'Zffif 'hs 'l 4 STAFF if Q ED1'roRs IFF 1' STAFF l I, Editor Co-Managing Editors News Editor Sports Editor Women's Sports Feature Editor Paul Coburn Ardent Cullison Fred Malagio Henriette MathIas Rita Merlitti lane Neely Margaret, Nielsen Rosalie Pastorius Harry Sabgir Gabriella Schoettel Charles Stern Iulia Swedenberg Ianet Tucker Kay Wagner Louise Walker Betty Ann Waugh Robert Williams Acting Business Managers f Advertising Manager I Circulation Managers l Lk 'T . :"3,s' 7' 0 fl. fl es Q +4 ' ,,,. Y oo. '91 I 'Q 4 ABOVE: The blonde young fella who guided the Buchtelite to its fourth annual All-American recognition out of hundreds of ccllege newspapers in the United States, Emerson Batdorfi was an active and enterprising editor. Through the usual trials of sparse advertising, ultra-conserm faculty viewpoints conflicting with ultra-liberal columnists, and the many other bothersome trials of being an editor, "Batty" emerged wills colors high a-float. Through four years of being one of 'Pappyn Vance's proteges, "Batty's" nickname followed him, first as a reiectlcn on some of his journalistic freshman ideas, then as a term of affection and familiarity. Morgan, Sabgir, Collier, Selby. Cullison, McC1eod, Fairall, Wright, Larsen. Coe, French, Neeley, Moore, Keene, Hurst. Merlitti, Bitter, Greenwald, Casey, Swedenburg, Gross. Cl! Vee- T T lr-Q.. 'E 'I W ML-QW' 'sf -"f,L'I'5:"" ,. Mfr" A ,f' K 5 x , W, is , MQW 4 ,X . 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E - .--- af- 'ws 4 " '-4.-Q 'Vrn v, ,n 5 z, X ,. ho x - , qv : 'Y W J ' x 1 f H sk-, ' ' i I . i 4 , , . x I , -5' 'i 1 I , D W I U I, f'l 'T 4 I T 1 ,, . . - ,J DLA . ?N fi S . 5 , nf, ,.- V rg ' 1 U. . W -Q X Y .A-.. O' J'- lf Q Kywlh-I 'W Q Mary MCCOIQQQ, 4 1 V BEAUTY IN THE STRAW Probably the most beautiful "queen" of all the year was Louis Chanyi, winner of the En- gineers' St. Patrick's Day Beard Growing Contest. Louis is a beautiful boy, but he's even beautifuller when you get to know him, like when he has a beard or "bald man's fancy" sproutin'. This is pretty serious stuff, too. It is no idle fancy of a rich young socialite. Beards plus men equal women, and in case you don't believe it look at a picture of Solomon some time. Louis' beard measures exactly 3480567 inches, according to Dean Fred E. Ayer. The way you figure this out is maybe not so easy, Dean Ayer admits, unless you have a pair of steam- ship calipers handy. lt just happens," says Dean Ayer I had a pair of ship's cali- pers handy." When it was all over, and Dean Ayer's calipers had proved Chanyi champion of champions, he went home and shaved. But what I want to know," ly at Deist, "is wyeinell he did Well," said Louis, champing, it Just grows on ya." .asked the barmaid, puffing lazi- ii." , vri, 1 . V. . -fr. he ' ,r , . IU 5 .W'K, A L-1, .1 Louis ChC1I1Y1 t -f l., 5 Y K I u If We J 1 it 'G if, - 's ., 9 '54, ,I q . ..- :'f!. Y 42 C1 . ' A V 0' 7 -12 A h . b X ,' A 4,. we u d Q 4 f'f7.-zeal -my! i'-7 'Ji'- 4, - V, .., l 1 f' ff Y .1 ' 1' ff ff " ff "M-4 'W K 1:24. ' 'fm -1 ' 1 X: -if 'P T- l Q h W' Li 5.1, If if I . " " - 2 x ' aah' Wgif 1 h f 4, - - f 0 , ' F 'Q 1,51 'gf'-'Ni' 'f " 1 I 5' , .4 Sk. V gNf4.Wil . ,, V- W' v... Alt. f I fi if , 4, Q f as .. 'F' ' Q -- - in ab, , , ,,. ny, , 1, . ii 4 f , 0 x J T, q .N c Ott! 14, :L 'ffm y 9. A r g J A W Q A ' .-,Q H 5 iff u 1x"f'6-Q t'l?1" "Q, if.. . 'Q , f an , ' - ,W . 1 I ff 09 0' W, + 0 - ' 9 9 ' 9 ' Evdlyn Eberhari ' ' ' , 9, , 510. f Z Q T v.. 4. f-. ,-fm. f ,. 'tix I . 52,54 ..- Y mn .aw D F 5 7' Q , ' f ,- If lfvf A si ' ., 4 l' ,, Q : fi' , . x.h ' 1 .pm , ,,,, -.Ax 3+ af 5 I. Q Iwi, u P3 I -Ilfff as 1 4 " Q " W A 1-nf 'V-.. 1 J .. Q- FJ f xi:-, , I ' - g - - -'- rv, . f -.' ,' ..'- -3. '--, Betty Leu Lmnger 4 . .Q-i 'l"1'f Q 3 .rr R ie -,V I ,.v. s sf? . , 'wry ' 1 ' ' 1 A W A ,Q . 4 -:':1,'x Y, 'K ' 1 , .f , - P xg:-' Q52-LL,-L-SIX,-,.,-4N:kY'.i iq. X, -V. A. -Jfni PP,-1 fr '- ' 4' A fn .f fin'-T '-- ,.-9'.?---s' .- .71 1 -Y 7'7 if. I K .WU ...IE-7519 Abbott Fran:-es E. ., .... .a...G-l Ahdezzcur Emil H ...G-2 Abraham Fred . .. .... .... , .... . G-2 A:h Arthur P. ....- .-.......G-1 Ache: Loren W, . ,,,, ...... E -2 Adams lohn Vt ...,...... ..... G- 1 Adams William H .... ..... ..,....... G- 1 Aidlezan 1. Eleanor ..... G-1 Adkins Wava ,.,.,,......,... - ........ .G-2 Adler D Jeanne ,..,.... .,... - ....... G- 2 Ahern Mary Louise ....... - .......,... -G-1 Akgns 1 kia. ..........,.. .. ......... G-2 Akschan Mary A. .....,, ..,.... ......... .H. Alexts Helen L ...,,. .Educ. Algec fa.::es XV. ,.,.,... ............ - G-l Allaman Mary E, ....... ........ .....Grad. Allan, Hollis P. ...-.. ..... . ........... ..G-2 Allen Charles R. ,,.. ...s..- ..... ..-G-l Allen Doris E. ,.......... e..,.,.........,,,G-2 Allen, Louise T. ..,-...-.... ...... ...Educ Allman, Aubrey P. ............ ..- ....,. N.S. Allshouse Iohn W. ...,............ ...... ...C, Alogielts Jeanna ..........................., H. A.pern Esther D, ............. ..,.,,Educ. AIspx::h Hardin S ...,..,. ....,-, ....., E-2 A:'.:.er:::an, Margaret L. , .......... G-2 Ana-stcs George ......... - ................. N.S. Andersen. Martha E. . ..... .. .... -,G-1 Anderson, Mona B. . ...,.... Anderson, Thomas H. .... ..... Andreclx Andre I. ..... . Apxger Serdine E. ...... ..... G- 2 Appleby, Bette lane ........... - ....... G-1 Appleby Paul E. - ....... --e..-.- .... E-2 Arbcgast, Allen M. ..,.. .,,.,. ..... .... .WG-2 Ark.-gast, Eleanor R. ........,. ..... --.G-1 Arbuthnot, Dora Gene ...-. ..,... --G-l Arnold L. Patricia .......... ........,....G-1 Aumann, Doris V. . ..,....,.. ...... ......, Soc. Austgen, Ruth L. ..,...., ..... G- 1 Austin, Robert C. .......,........ - .... Engr. Ayer Frederic L. .,.- ...... --...Ecluc. Ayers Iames William ....... .. ..,,... -G-1 Ayers, Theodore M. ,... .... ... .....,.-G-1 Bashiel William C. ..,- ..... - ......... .G-1 Bader, Mary V. .... - ....., -. .... ....G-1 Baird, 1Vill1am C, ... ..........., N.S. Bakay, Ilona N. ...,.. ....... . ..,.. .E cluc. Baker, Audrey I. ....... -. -.-..-...G-1 Baker, Betty L. ..... -..W ..... - .......... .G-2 Baker, Richard W. ....... - ..... ,.. ....... G-1 Baker Robert E. ...u ....... -...- ...... ..G-1 Balasco, Ioseith G. ...-.-...,..Grad. Ballard, Char es C. -..2...,-..-...G-1 Ballway, Louise R. .,.-..... ...,.... ...N.S, Banks, Kenneth E. Ir. ...........Educ. Barbee, Frank W. ....... ..........-...G-2 Barbura, Iohn ....-...-u-..........Engr. Bard, Robert R. .......-......... ..... .WE-2 Barker, Helen I. -.-................Educ. Barkley, Bill I. ,......................-N.S. ...--... ...... G-2 Barnes, Clifford H. ,....s.....- Barnes, Charles A. ...-. . .... G-1 Bames, Iohn W. ..,, ......... - ........... .G-l Barrett, Raymond I. ..................N.S. Bartlett, Paul F. ...-...........--.......-C. Bash, Phyllis A. .,,..,...- ..... ....-...G-2 Batdortt. Emerson L. ....... .---....----- H - Batiuk, George ...- ............. .......... G -1 Batmart, Florine D. ........................ G-2 Baughman, Evelyn M. ................ Sec. Baughmcm, lane E. ................ A Baumgardner, lrene M. ,... -... Bay, Martha M. ...-...- ....... Baylor, Guy Richard - .........., Beach, Kermit C. ....... , ...... - ..... . Becker, Cletus M. .,.... Becker, Elwyn H. ...-....--.....------ - .....G-2 .Educ. ....,G-2 .....G-2 .....G-1 ...,......Grad. ...,N.S. Beckwith , Charles R. ..........-.-.-. Engl'- Bedur, Richard G. ...... - Belair, Gilbert F. ....... , Bell, Dante Louis ...... Bellassai. Ioe H-..-. ..-.-- W Bender, Bettie Rae ........ ...... .... Bender, Iohn W. .-N--X--H Benedict, Euiene M. .... .... . Benning, Her ert R. ...... -.., - Benson, Harriett F. .,.. - Benson, Ieanne L. Berg, Virginia - ...., - Berger, Ruth C. ....... . .....G-2 ..,..G-1 ...,......Engr. ..,..G-l .-..G-1 .....G-2 ..,..G-1 , .... G-2 .....G-2 ..........Educ. ,..,.G-2 ,,...G-2 Berk, Grace R. ....-.-.,--- ----- G -2 Berlitz, Marcia H. ...,.. ..... G -2 Berry, Robert C. ..- .,.... -.. ....... ..C. Bertsch, Robert H. ...-..-... ...... Beshara, Charles L. .........,. 2 ...,....... C. Besshardt, Helen A. ................ Educ. Beyer, G. lone ............--..--.--,----. -44,- G' 1 Bezbatchenko, lohn W. ............ Enor- Bezbatchenko, Michael ..,...........,. G-1 Billings, Avalorene ..........-..- .-----.-- . G-2 Bines, William H- ,--.---,------- -- .--------- B-2 Birnbaum. Mrs. Martha W, .... Grad. Bishop. Earl L. - ,......., ,. .............. Bngr. Bishop, Glen A- ...N ------ - ---f'------ Eng'- Bighofa, Robert 1. .......... .---------- E '2 Base 1, Paul O. ...M .... . ........, .G-1 Bitter, Ruth M. ..,... - ......,.. ........,. G- 2 Bixler, Elizabeth .......... ..... G -2 Black, Marjorie H. .......... .......--. G -1 Blacketter. Antonia I. ................ Soc. Blackwell. William R. ................ G-2 Blqgg, V. ..,.,..,,,.. ......,.. S OC. Blair, lane! M. . ............. ---------- G '1 Blank, William C. ........ ....,.... S oc. Fllateric, Helen .... ........... .-------. G - 1 Blechl, Catherine M. .... - ....... SOC- Bloornberg, Marvin ...,.,.. Bloomberg. Robert ..... - Blcvar, D. Elizabeth ,...., N S. .G-1 .......,.,G-2 Blue, Iack T. . ........,..,.. . ........ G-2 Babes, Helen Ann ..,,, ..,,Ecluc. Pzfile. Russell R. ...... .. . .....,... .G-2 Boiencier, Martha I. .,.. ,......... G -l Farsi, Earl VI, .............. ......... G -2 Bond, Marjorie A. ....... ........, E duc. knebrake. Edwin I. ...,., .. .,.,..., G-2 Bennett, Richard C. .. ., ....... UG-2 Bonnette, William A ...... ,.....,., G -2 Boone, Edwin G ,G-1 Boring, Sebastian B, , . ,,..,, , G-2 krzkm. Sam , NS- Eosf. Iohn H. . .. . . , HG-1 Boston, Albert M. . ,.... .,...... G -l Boucher, George R. Ir. .... .......... .G-1 Boughton, Lucile I, .................... ..., G -2 Bowden, Frances M. ..... ..- ....... E-2 Bowen, Donna D. .,,.,, .......... G -2 Bowers, 'N lone Bowman, Robert S, G-2 16 Virginia Court 453 Nash Street ...IE-1251 1153 Taylor Street ................. ,..... 570 W. Thornton Street ................ HE-2436 1215 Murray Avenue -FR-7594 1624 Preston Avenue ...... ...... 2320 E. Market Street .... ...... 160 Willard Street 423 Vine Street ..FR-2563 491 Orlando Avenue ............ ....... . .... U N-3150 675 W. Exchange Street ................ IE6320 155 Newton Street .......,.,... .. . ....... HE-2674 775 Kling Street ................ .. ...... FR-3567 1726 Hampton Road ......... ........ H E-1751 8311 Fulton Street 1550 Hillcrest street ......... .,...... H 156002 271 St. Leger Avenue ......... ......... I E-5803 362 S. Firestone Blvd. ....... ......... I E-2229 261 Norma Avenue ........, .. ...... -HE-6934 897 Douglas Street ..... ........ H E-6861 1583 Larch Street 330 Cleveland ..FR-1987 T23 Bisson Avenue ...... ...... 105 Conger Avenue ..... ......... IE-1933 1567 Ottawa Avenue ............ ........ B L-1098 ..BL-9804 129 Dodge Avenue ............. . ............ ..FR-6682 129 W. State Street ...................... 857 E. Archwood Avenue ...,...... 182 N. Arlington Street .................. HE-4963 ..l-'R-4733 699 Noble Avenue ......................,...,. HE-3695 1515 Ietterson Avenue .,... ........... U N-2273 309 Ido Avenue .,........... ...... . .-IE-5440 1710 Malasia Road .......... . ....... FR-9989 1344 Goodyear Blvd. ...... ......... B L-6867 530 Barwell Street ......,.. ......... I E-1036 530 Barwell Street ............. ......... I E-1036 433 Sumatra Avenue ........ ........ F R-9496 46 Fulton Street ........,......,................ BL-4398 365 Greenwood Avenue ................ UN-1755 151 Russell Avenue .......................... FR-7360 82 Fit Hill .......................................... BL-7644 2 Eastland Ave., Tallmadge, O. IE-8698 291 Bowmanville Street 753 Dayton Street ......................-.-... BL-1939 894 Silvercrest Avenue 846 Bloomfield Avenue ................ UN-4548 2293 Eighth Street 860 Coburn Street ............ ............ H E-9739 1092 Oakland Avenue ...... ..... 749 Glendora Avenue .... ...... Reed Avenue Glendora Avenue ........ ...... .WA-6796 ..HE-3270 ..l-IE-3270 ..HE-1926 S. Main Street ....... -... Lake Street ........... .......... I E-2350 Fir Hill ................ - ........... FR-4745 Atlas Street ..... ........ ........... U N-3887 525 749 939 919 Hereford Drive ..... .......... I E-1364 221 138 109 184 Stanton Avenue 25 S. Iohns Avenue ........ 238 .........BL-5283 Spicer Street ................ .......... I E-1010 Parkwood Avenue Hall Street Beechwood Drive ....... ........, F R-6552 Ietterson Avenue ..... ........ U N-1365 Spicer Street . .,............. ............. FR -6892 339 1 13 421 868 Fifth Avenue ............ ........ H E-7276 960 443 758 Orlando Avenue, .....,.. ..,.. , .,, .....B1..-8421 1176 Dayton Street ...... .......,... W A-3373 1020 Brown Street 567 Stanton Avenue 488 Brown Street 139 Borton Avenue ....... ........ U N-2339 684 Dayton Street ....... ... ....... IE-3895 120 Myers Avenue Dayton Street ......... .......... 1 E-5881 670 408 Pine Street 615 241 Spicer Street ....... , ...... ., .... Carroll Street ......, .......... I E-8082 .......BL-1671 1214 Berwin Street .......................... WA-4092 185 Brookside Avenue ....... - ........... FR-1830 346 Crosb Street 271 E. Tallmad e Avenue 1037 N. Main gtreet 1345 Brandon Avenue ....... ......... B L-5093 603 Douglas Street 2164 rttteettttt st. sw. .................. SH-2646 30 W. Burns Avenue ...... .......... W A-8662 810 Storer Avenue ,. ........ ........ F R-1194 ..SH-1660 1141 Carey Avenue ....... -.. .... .. 421 E. Buchtel Avenue ......,. ..... . ..HE-9633 477 Edgewood Avenue ...... ........ FR -8962 589 Storer Avenue ................ ........ F R-7748 304 557 Bowery Street ............ ........ H E-0170 Inman Street ....,......,.... .,...... F R-4376 422 E, Exchange Street ................ FR-9804 356 Pine Street 1261 Ne tune Avenue ......... ......... I E-9472 318 N. srestone Blvd. ........ ......... B L-8750 1088 Sixth Avenue 1088 Sixth Avenue ..FR-1020 553 Dayton Street ........ ...... 1619 Larch Street ........,... ..F'R-5443 753 W. Market Street ......... ........ H E-8252 750 Thayer Street 60 West Salome Avenue .......... 750 Thayer Street 1247 Knox Avenue ..FR-9950 191 S. Balch Street ......... ........ H E-0690 99 Middlebury Avenue ..... ........HE-0705 24 Grand Avenue ............ ........ FR -4302 316 Palm Avenue ........ ........ F R-1852 693 Hazel Street ............ ........ B L-2669 254 S. Portage Path ....... ......... I E-5375 66 Middlebury Avenue ........ ........ F R-5062 220 M rtle Place 195 Wheeler Street 393 Fuller Street 310 W, Bowery Street 310 W. Bowery Street 105 Elmdale Avenue ......... ....... 55 Cotter Avenue ....UN-2349 395 Crouse Street ....... .... .. ...IE-8780 379 Kathryn Place R.D. 2, Uniontown, O. ....... .. ....... UN-2622 218 Bowmanville Street ................ HE-9687 1487 Hampton Road ............ SFR-4441 879 Harrison Avenue ......., ........ S H-4044 46 W, Lowell Street 967 S, Arlin ton Street 1256 Hayne Rd., E. Akron, O. 899 Davis Street 660 Bellevue Avenue ....... ............. H E-0531 778 taxon Street .,........,,................ IE-S928 1186 t. Vemon Avenue ............ WA-8306 2416 Newton Street 288 Mornirgview Ave. .... ........ FR -4774 860 Flint rive 1714 Faye Road 263 Lake Street .....,.....,,.,.. ......., H E-5879 1466 Oakwood Avenue ........ ,,...... F R-6889 Boyd, Betty L. ..... Boyd. Frances ..... Boyd. Hugh .......,.. Boyd. Iames R. ..... . Boyer, Allen M. ....... . Boyer, Charles A. Bracken, Lester B. ...... . ........Educ. ........Educ. ........G-2 .........E-2 Bradford, W. Paul .................... Educ. Bradley, Dale Edward ............ Engr. Brand, Virginia C. .............. ...... , .G-1 Brandenstein, Fred F. ................ N.S. Brechbiel, Frank W. Bredhold, Helen M. ....... . Bredhold. Ralgh A. ..... . Breiar. Adolp I. ....... . Bric els, Iames T. Bri htman, Hope M. .... Brill, Genevieve M. Brimberry, Helen M. Briney, Gerald S. ............ Brittain, Dorothy I. .... . Britton, Iune A. ...................... . ......,.G-1 ...,.G-1 G-1 ........G-2 G-l ......,.G-1 .....G-2 ........G-1 Educ. Broadbent, Robert R. ........ ....... . G-l BW' Th"m's Rw1""::::::i ,,,, ijiiiiijiil Brooks, Kenneth Brothers, Nevin K. ...... . Brotsman, lean A. Brouse, Mildred F. ....... . Brown, Arnold A, Brown, Donald E. Brown, Donald I. ....... . .....G-1 G-1 ::::G-2 ,....G-1 Brown, Frederick R. ......... Enqf- Brown, Iack M. ................ ............ G -2 Brown, lane G. ............................ Soc. Brown, Louis .................................... H. Browrttield, Mariorie L. .......... Educ. Brownfield, Robert B. ---------------i Ed'-10 Brownsword, Pearl M. ..........-. Edu!!- Brubaker, Cathryn N. .................... G-1 Brubaker, Ferdinand A. ........ Engr. Brucker, Alice H. ....................,... Sec. Brumbaugh, Malvern A. ............ G-1 Brundage. Iack W- --.---------v------- Ensr. Brundage, Russell H. ................ Educ. Bryant, Helen M. ........------------ Educ- Buckles, Willetta I. KBilliel ........ G-1 Buckrnaster, George A. ................ G-1 Budweiser, Sara L. ........................ G-1 Buettell, Ann M. ........... . Bules, Richard T. Bump, Hale G. .... . Bunn, Doris I. ........... . Burch, William T. Burgan, Dean D. ....... . .....G-1 ........G-1 ...NG-2 ....,G-1 .....G-1 Burke, Betty! R. ..........-. ----- G -1 Burkley, lo n K. ........... ...,..... E -2 Burks, Mary F. .................... -------- G -2 Burnham, Bernice L. .................... G-1 Burnham, Marian L. Burrell, Iacques 1. Burton, Agnes S. ....... . Burton, Robert L. .... . ........Grad. .....G-2 ..,..G-1 Bush, Marcia I. ..... ........... S oc. Butler, Iack E. ..... ........... S oc. Butler, Virginia .... ........ E duc. Buzek, Emil A. ........ .......,. G -1 Buzek, Iohn W. ....... ......... E -2 Buzzi, Paul L. ............. ........... C . Byrne, Catherine E. .... ........ G -2 Cahill. Walter H. .... ....... .. ...G-1 Caillet, Betty I. ..... ............ ...........G-1 Caillet, Eugene ........... ...... ....... Engr. Caldwell, Donald H. ...... .......... Engr. Caldwell, Richard F. Ir. ............ G-2 Cameron, Benjamin R. ................G-2 Cameron, Ioseph M. ....... .. ....... G-2 Cameron, Thomas A. ........... .....Engr. Campcmale, Anthony D. ............G-1 Campanale, Ioseph P. Campbell, Iames B. ........-G-1 .......-...G-1 Cannon, Nora ....................... .. ....... G-I Caplin, Samuel M. .................... Grad. Capps, Denise ................ ... ........ ...G-2 Cardarella, Vincent C. ...,...,......G-2 Carey GeorgeAnne .. . ...... ........G-1 Carlisle, Leonard H. ....... .........E-2 Carlson, Edwin O. ....... . Carmazin, Martha I. Carr, Kathryn L. ......... . Carr, Carroll, ..... ...... .G-2 ............G-1 ..................G-1 William F. .... .. ..... ....... ...... G-1 Arlene E. ....... ,,. .................. H. Carroll, Clarence E. ........... .. ....... G-2 Carroll, Harry I. Ir. ....... .. ....... Soc. Carroll, Iohn M. ......... . Carter. Iames C. ............ ............ G -2 Cartwright, Russell ...... .En r. Casey, Ellen M. ........ ........ C? -2 Casey, Robert I. ............ ........ G -1 Cassidy, Isabelle K. ........ .. ....... G-1 Cattran, William I. ........................ G-2 Cehrs, Charles H. .. .................. En r. Chamberlain, Margaret D. ........ 3-1 Chanyi, Louis C. ............. -.....Engr. Chapman, Dean E. .............. ......En r. Chapman, Everett N. ........ ..........Cg-2 Chapman. Ira S. ...,. ....... .. ....... G-1 Chapman, Paul R. ............ ........ G -2 Chauncey, Iuanita B. .... ........ G -1 Chedester, Eric I. ...... .......... C . Chesko, Steve ......... .. ........... ........ G -1 Child, Richard W. ........................ G-1 Christensen, Delmar A. ......... ....... C . Christian, Robert 1. ........ ........G-2 Christner, Milton E. ..... ....... .GQ Christy, Thomas N. ........ Chuch, Charles ........ ........G-2 .........G-1 Church, Mark ................ .... .. ..... H . Ciraldo, Alfred .... .. ................ . ...... G-2 Clare, gthur A. .. ...... ........G-2 Clark, eanor D. ..... .......G-2 Clarke, Marilyn ..... .......... ... ... .... .G-1 Clause, Robert E. ............ ..... ...... .....E-2 Clement, Howard E. .................... G-2 Clemente, Bartholomew A. .. ...... G-1 Clitton, Philio L. ............... - ........... C. Clinete lter, Robert C. .... ........ G -2 Clinger, Betty Lou ........ .......G-1 Clover, Alice L. ......... ........ G -2 Coburn, L. Paul ...... ..........H. Codrea, Iohn N. ......... ...... .. ...G-2 Coe, Virginia N. ............ ..... ........... G-2 Cottman, Charles C. ....... ... ......... G-1 Cohen, Albert H. ..... .. .... ...... ......... -C. Cohen, Bettie . ............ .... ,..... ...Educ. Cole, Madge ........ ... .. .... ...- ..... G-1 Cole, Marjorie E. ........ . Collier. Richard S. ..... . Collis. Robert F. ..... . . ,....... ..G-1 ..........Soc. ... ...... .....C. Colombes, Ierry W. ........... .. ....... G-2 Colwel 1, Kathryn M. .... . ........G-2 541 Lindell Street ...... 541 Lindell Street .............. 712 Crestview Avenue ...... 848 Yale Street ............. Firestone Farms ........... Firestone Farms ................... 460 N. Howard Street ...... 1246 Big Falls Avenue ...... 214 Russell Avenue .......... 26 W. Wilbeth Road ...... 781 Kling Street ............. 258 Carroll Street 1023 Stadelman Avenue ............. 1023 Stadelman Avenue ......... 557 Iersey Avenue .............. 743 Hazel Street ........... 475 Moreley Avenue ...... 97 Fulton Street .......... 1340 Grant Street .......... 152 N. Forge Street ...... 498 Storer Avenue ------ 432 Lockwood Street 697 Hazel Street' ......... ..BL-5597 ..BL-5597 ..........HE-6892 .UN-3524 .UN-3524 ..FR-0246 ..........FR-2716 ..FR-1170 ..........BL-7352 ...IE-2950 ...IE-5646 ...IE-5646 ..........B1.-1255 ..........1-IE-8485 ..........BL-3254 ..........BL-8585 ..........B1..- 1564 ..........BL-8943 ..........BL-7435 ...TE-4885 441 W'ld d Avenue ..... 1 .............. BL-6272 1488 Harman Road ........................ FR-0049 618 Talbot cvinue .... .... E..H..6...HE-9597 ., ero . 536 ....... If ........ fl 1 ...... ........... .... s H -2535 563 Dorchester Road .................... BL-8409 61 Charles Street 155 Overwood Road ....... 1652 Olive Street ..... , ....... . 433 Louisa Street UN-2688 .........WA-8137 2061 w. Mutttet' stteet ................ UN-2277 155 Overwood Road .......... 570 Bell Street 342 S. Maple Street ...... 342 S. Maple Street ...... Mogadore, Ohio .,........ 150 Rhodes Avenue ...... Wheaton Road ........... 484 Storer Avenue .......... ..........UN-2688 .......,..FR-7546 ..FR-7546 BL-2251 ..FR-7791 UN-1433 ..,........BL-2869 1219 B'tt k street ...... -HE-5829 594 Ndmz elAvenue ....... .......... U N-1772 286 garroll AStreet .......... .......... lg 2644 t venue ...,.................... - l110ELi::'1Tl StrejtA ...............,............ BL-8370 137 . woo venue 483 BTOXA-fit Street ...------.--, -.----'--4---'- 1 50287 570 Greenwood Avenue ................ FR-5852 958 N. ' Main Street ......... , .....,..... IE-1545 1040 Dayton street ..... .... .... W A-5305 1256 Gorge Blvd. 671 Ranney Street ..... 833 Aberdeen Street .......... 139 Mapledale Avenue ...... 1857 Goodyear Blvd. .... 1161 Wilbeth Rd., W. 25 N. Forge Street 1786 Newton Street ......... 197 E. Wilbeth Road ...... 770 Miami Street 770 Miami Street 859 Edge Street ............................... 34 Cambridge Avent-le 1546 White Avenue 1173 First Avenue ....... .. ............,.... 1173 First Avenue ............. .. ............ 456 N. Howard Street .................... 1095 E. Archwood Avenue 77 Borton Avenue .......... . 303 Cleveland Street ...... 303 Cleveland Street ...... 753 Thayer Street 471 Sumatra Avenue ...... 1252 Chandler Avenue 1252 Chandler Avenue 895 Berwin Street 128 Charles Street 128 Charles Street 1278 Riverside Drive ........ 165 Westwood Avenue 158 S. Balch Street ...... 479 St. Leger Avenue ...... IE-3905 1-.HE-3743 ..HE-7447 IE-2654 ...BL-1208 FR-0463 .IE-2632 ..1-1E-7259 .HE-7259 BL-6306 .........UN-1368 ..........HE-3668 ..........1-IE-3668 .........---1E-7877 ...........B1..-9640 ........WA-5103 ...........BL-2036 ..........BL-6777 197 King Court .............. .............. H E-2640 91 Wills Avenue ............... .. ......... 1179 Woodward Avenue ...... ........ 360 Femwood Drive ...... 2634 Leland Avenue 521 Moreley Avenue ...... 74 Morningside Drive ...... 884 Sheridan Avenue ...... .1539 Preston Avenue ...... 774 E. Market Street ...... 1132 Ietterson Avenue 61 Charles Street 623 Sanlord Avenue ....... ..1-'R-0407 .WA-4763 ..........BL-7469 ..........FR-9277 R-9247 ..FR-9052 ,.FR-0343 ..FR-9433 .UN-4636 ..........HE-0621 Para Avenue . ..... .............. B L-6709 Para Avenue ............. .. ........ , .... BL-6709 Lumiere Street .......... .... Inman Street ........... ..FR-1092 ...1E-5835 ..........1-IE-7006 Douglas Street ...... .............. B L-7022 228 228 705 900 Baughman Street ......... 473 361 958 Packard Drive 1093 Laurel Avenue ............,. , ......... IE-4392 R.D. 7, Medina, O. ............ Gfanger 1413 946 Diana Avenue 1229 Allendale Avenue ................ HE-9449 449 E. Buchtel Avenue ....... ......... H E-3687 1173 Nome Avenue .,... 281 Lloyd Street .............. E-2869 ..........FR-2787 218 Noble Avenue ............................ IE-5689 1036 Mt. Vernon Avenue 612 E. Tallmadge Avenue 890 Lawton Street 834 Berwin Street .............. 1260 Curtis Street ..BL-3452 2535 Albrecht Avenue ................ HE-5503 1181 Fifth Avenue . ......... ... 221 Parkway .....,................. 2388 Ridgewood Road ....... 38 Mull Avenue ....... .. .......... 629 Crestview Avenue .,.... 542 Baird Street ........... 345 E. York Street .......... ...IE-1395 UN-2777 ........:UN-3985 .UN-1451 ..........FR-1076 .. ....... HE-2424 ..........FR-5007 830 Dover Avenue ............................ BL-5096 239 N. Highland Avenue ........... -..JE-9638 1066 Emma Avenue ....... .... 28 were Avenue .............. 499 . Howard Street 595 Stanton Avenue 285 W. Long Street 136 Rhodes Avenue ....... 724 Raymond Street ...... 525 Storer Avenue ....... .... 448 Morgan Avenue ...... .. Iewett Street Morningside Drive ....... ....t...' 1269 Moore Street ............ . .............. 182 W'll A 1 s venue ............... 206 Casterton Avenue ....... .UN-3596 ..........BL-5097 .........1'1E-7527 ...........IE-6347 ..........BL-7968 ..........BL-8297 .HE-9504 .HE-4844 .FR-5071 .........HE-0064 vt- ., Q . 2, 1. 1 t I Q1 ,IN ' , ' Q1 4 4 -1, I 6 I wif 1 . :tix Y I is J. tv? .Ai Relation of the Student Building to Other campus buildings: Buchtel Hall, administrative offices and classrooms. Knight Hall, the chemistry building. Bierce Library. The Student Building. Curtis Cottage, home economics de- partment, faculty offices, and health service. Crouse gym. ROTC Armory. Heating Plant. Simmons Hall, the engineering build- ing, with engineering and physics classes and labs, General College lecture halls, and quarters of the commerce and economics depart- ments. Olin Hall, biology and political science. Phillips Hall, once the president's residence, now housing the art de- partment, NYA and Alumni offices. Spicer School, College of Education, one block east on Carroll Street. Comstock. Phyllis E. ........-.-....-G4Z Conn. Radaael E. ......................G-2 Connor, Robert S. lr. -...--...G-2 Cook. Emil -.-,.-.......................G-2 Cooley. Sarah Ann -....................G-2 Cooper. Betty E. -.--.-.-----G-2 Cooper, Ieanette R. ...............G2 Cooper, V' inia ... .... ...........Gl'ad. Corbett, Evugyn D. ..............Grad. Corus, Charles F. ...............E1E'. Corris, Margaret L. -.....,..... 2 Cortellessa, Alma T. ............G-2 Cosugan. Iohn T. .. ....... ..........E-2 Cotruvo, Francis P. -..-...- ...... -...H. Courtney, Charles P. ...., .. ......... Grad. Cousert, W. Vane ........... ........-...G-2 Craig, Edwin Rag .......-s..-.......G-1 Crain. William . ......... ............ .G-2 Cranx Louisa C. ...............,.......G-1 Crawtord. Ieanette K. -......-...G-1 Creed, Warren D. .....- ....... -...-G-2 Cregan. Paul V. ...........- ,... ...sG-1 Crockett. Barbara ........-.........G-1 Crooks, Ie ne A. ,.......-.-.-... ..... .Soc. Crooks, login H. .... Croskey. Alice Mae . Crosley. Edgar W. Cross. Cross. Crow, Iohn L. .....- Crum ci-.ml auth L ........ Clayton I. ..........-..G-1 ...........--.G-2 .....................G-2 .-...................C. Iames O. ...........-..G-2 ............. .... -.G-1 Doroth Mae ......................G-1 Crumrine, Charles 1... ..................G-1 Culbertson. Robert G. Cullison, Ardent L Cullison, Karl F. ........ ............G-2 ............G-2 ..............G-2 ,............N.S. Cullison. Lois M. .......-.......Educ. Culp, Bill F. ...........-.....---.---E-2 Cummings, Martha M. ..............G-2 Cummin , Mary lane .........Sec. Cunin, time T. .............,....,.G-1 Curran, Barbara F. ........s....G-1 Curtis, Frank W. Ir. ...... ......... G-2 Curtice, William L. Ir. .. ...... -..Soc. Dague, Mary 1. Damianotl, Iohn Damieone, Clement A. Eatriaht, M Iune , ......-..-.--.G-2 ...............-..-...G-1 ..... ..,.,...... N.S. Damicone. Iohn A. ...........-... ...... .G-1 Darnell. Iesse L. .........-.........Engr. Darst, Howard W. ..... .... . .... -..-...G-2 David, John E. -.....-.....s ..... ....G-1 Davidson, Harold A. ..... ............ G-2 Davis, E. Elaine ..... ............... Educ. Davis, Harold B. .-- ....................... E-2 Davis, Herbert Iohn ...-..... ....,.... .G-1 Davis, Howard A. .. ............. -...Grad. Davis, Howard F. ...... .G-2 Davis, Lenora Anne ........ ........ G -2 Davis, Richard E. - ...... ,....... G -2 Davis, Robert E. ........ ...... G -2 Davis, William M. ...... .,..,....... G -1 Day, Iohn H. ...... ...... ....... E n gr. Decatur, Albert R. ,.., . DeCora. Paul 1. ...,, , DeCora, Rita I. .......... . Deen, Stanley Deist, Herbert H. Deitrick, Helen L C. .... , ............G-1 ...,...,Educ. ........Engr. ........G-2 DeKalb, Ruth L. ........ N-----G'1 Demeter, Iulie Ann .... ..........., G -1 Deli, Lawrence I, ........,,.. ........ E duc. DellAngelo, Primo G. .... . ........... C. Deme, Katherine ................ ........ G -2 Denholm, Kenneth P. ...,.. ...,.... G -l Dennis, William R. ,... . ...... G-1 Denton, Tom G. ........G-2 Detrick Mary A. ........G-l Dewhirst, Helen - .......... ........ E duc. D'lanni, Iosephine M Dickerhoot. Wilford L. .......,G-2 Dickey, Gene D. ..,.. ..,....G-2 DiFederico. Mario A. .......G-1 Dill, Louise H ., ....,,,.,.., . ,..... G-2 Dillard, Ransre L. ........ ...... G -2 Dillehay, Annalean ..... .......... . ..G-1 Ddlehay, Lawrence B. ......... ...... S oc. Dzlizan. Iames A. ..............,.. ...... G -2 Dimitruck. Anastasia N, ..,.,, ..... G -2 Dillapoii, Frank ..........,,,,.. ,...... G -1 Dine, Robert E. ,...,..,,., ..,.,. . ..E-2 Disbro, Bette . . Dix, Dorothy E ,, . ..G-2 ..,. Educ. Dobrin, Letitia E ,. ....,..,, .,. .,,G-2 Doerr, Virginia D , ,.,.,. . . ., G-2 Doherty, Ieanne M. , ....., G-1 Donovan, Marguerite M. , ,,..... G-2 Dornan, Ruth W. . ,.,... .....,,......,.., . H, Dorner, Elizabeth H. . Downing, Mark Drake, Iack W. ,,.., G-1 Educ. .. ,... .. G-1 Dubatowka, Mary .. .. .,,Educ. Dubina, George N. .. . Dudugiian, Carl , Duffey, George W, Duke Bruce W. ,.,..., , D-.ke Grover . ..,,,,,,,,, ,, Dunlnr, Doris L . ,,.... . Duncan, Walter C. Dunaerrnan, Frank V , .Grad. E-2 .. ,, ,,,, ,G-2 ..,,..,.G-1 .....G-2 . ,.,.. G-1 ,. .,.. .,..., G -2 ,. .......,.., G-2 Dunn, Frances L ...., .,.,,.,,.,..,..... S oc, Duriing, Barbara Iean ,,,,.,,,,,.,,... Gel Durr, Helen M. ..,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,. ., G-2 Durr, Marion E .... ,, Durst, Richard H. Dyson, Marilyn S. Fxrgon Pauline A , ,,..,.Soc. . . .... H. ,....G-1 G-2 Early, Martha M . Soc Ebert-tart, Evelyn A G-2 Eckard, R Willis , Soc Eckltart, Margaret V Grad Eggleston, Dorothy I G-1 Eisel, Griffith H .. G-1 Eisenzirnrner, Paul E. G-2 lflaer, Norman I, ,.., ., ..,. Errgr, Elliott, Margaret D J-1 Emmerich Clinton B .,., G-2 Enareaa Ned I, ,,,,, .,,,,,,, G -2 Enright, Frank O, Epperson Edith M Essick, Ray F . Evans . Betty lnu . Evans. Eleanor M . Evans, Marie A .... Evans, Mildred F. , , f' ,, ,,.,. .1-2 G-1 ..,Educ, G-1 . G-2 . ., ,,Educ. 486 Sumner Street 662 Euclid Avenue 1340 E. Tallmadge Avenue 12.56 Moore Street ............ ..... .......... 95 Boone Street Noble Avenue ............ . ...... Oakland Avenue ..... Hillsdale Avenue .BL-0055 .FR-6604 .FR-1259 McKinley Avenue ....... .... ...... IE-7336 38 876 705 175 Russell Avenue .......... ........,. I E6797 761 645 285 Fultx Street Be A rry venue .. .......... .... ..,.. F R -0153 'J6 Edgerton Road ....... .......... I E5649 298 Fountain Street ........ .HE-1457 R.D. 7 ..... ...... , ...... ,..... ............... ........ H E-0296 20 Brookside Avenue Box 59 R.D. 2 E. Akron ........... 464 Morele Avenue ............... R.D. 1, Barberton, Ohio .MA-2441 .HE-6305 993 Stadelman Avenue ................ FR6384 527 E. Archwood Avenue .......... 629 Crtosb Street 240 Carroll Street 96 Beck Avenue ............... ....... RD. 1, Copley, Ohio 623 Lakemont Avenue ...... ....... 311 Shawnee Path ..BL-9259 ..BL-1453 ...1E-5744 1120 W. Exchange Street ........,... UN-3593 658 Inman Street .- ......................... HE-9440 Rt. 6, Box 66, Wooster Ave. ........ IE-6745 336 Black Street ................................ HE-1704 293 Fountain Street 794 Shadeside Avenue ...... .......,,,, I E-8241 533 Aqueduct Street ...... ....,..... B L-5820 1145 Brown Street 1145 Brown Street 437 Louisa Street ....... .......... F R- 1078 515 Reed Avenue 3228. Adolph Street St. Leger Avenue , ......... BL-6989 554 Weber Avenue .. ..... .......... FR -3556 939 Amelia Avenue ........... ......... U N-1082 791 Work Drive ......................... ....... F R-8692 408 E. Buchtel Avenue .....-.--..--.-. IE-7939 1269 Lily Street 300 E. Glenwood Avenue 212 Crosby Street 212 Crosby Street 321 Shawnee Path ...... 557 Storer Avenue ....... ....... .......FR-0155 ..HE-8409 32 Atlas Street ...- -...- . .--. -.------- UN 4233 432 S. Maple Street ..... ........... I E-1223 1026 Valdes Avenue ..... .-.-----.-- 1 E-5374 68 Rose Blvd. .............. . ...-.---- UN-4170 536 Noble Avenue 545 Blaine Avenue ...... 1009 Snyder Street 1540 Malasia Road ...,...... ....... 730 E. Market Street 421 Allyn Street ................. .,., ......,FR-3010 ...BL-3455 ...FR-5080 1015 Winton Avenue .... ...........,........ H E-1041 527 Parkview Ave., Barberton, O. 227 Iames Street 305 Arbawr Court .......... ....,..... B L-5641 305 Arbawr Court .............. ..... e ...BL-5641 183 Hillier Avenue ............................ FR-5046 1608 Glenmount Avenue ......... 1011 Collinwood Avenue ..... ..,...,1-'R-2681 .,.....FR-9766 535 W. Thornton Street ...........,..,. HE-3333 478 Stanford Street 2222 Fourth Street, SW ......,......... BL-9847 493 Bacon Avenue .......... .......... H E-3571 1164 Sweitzer Avenue ..... ........... 1 E-2842 333 E. York Street ...,....,. ,........ ,B L-9678 551 E. Buchtel Avenue .. ............, HE-6331 74 Eber Avenue .......... .......... B L-6938 766 Orlando Avenue 770 Wall Street ...........,.. .......... FR -9369 893 Columbia Avenue ....., ........,. B L-5928 1092 Avon Street ......,..... ....,... W A-5994 21 Arch Street ...,...,.....,..., ,.,.,..... B L-8906 131 Charles Street ....,......,...,.......... .IE-4094 RD. 2, Box 100 A, E. Akron .,...... 619-3391 98 Atlas Street ..,......,,,...,...,..,......... UN-1766 1597 Pilgrim Place .....,.., 1597 Pilgrim Place . ...., ...,, , 285 Westwood Avenue 523 S, Arlington Street 1182 Sweitzer Avenue 999 Delia Avenue .. .....,.,,.. 2121 E. Market Street .......1E-3827 ..,....IE-3827 ....,.UN-1578 85 Dick Avenue ..........,..,. ,..,.... U N-2667 1288 Moore Street 1180 Riverside Drive 567 Reed Avenue ....... .......... H E-1054 729 Evergreen Drive ,......... FR-1967 683 Nome Avenue ...., ........... I E-8382 223 Castle Blvd, ,....,. ,, 1020 Emma Avenue ..... .. 82 Casterton Avenue ,... 689 Yale Street 253 Codding Street .,,.., ll Orchard Street 282 The Brooklands ..., 257 Cable Place 2239 Twenty-Third St., SW 874 Sherman Street 921 Woodward Avenue .... ,.,,. White Pond Drive ......... ......,. .UN-3489 .,....UN-1384 ,. .,.,. IE-8790 FR-7698 , .,.. IE-3605 FR-3445 UN-1 146 119 Grand Avenue ....,,... ..,,.., UN-3177 154 Main St., Wadsworth, O 1598 Glenmount Avenue ,,,..,... 1598 Glenmount Avenue .,,. .,.. 515 Allyn Street ....,,.,...,.,.... S32 Vinita Avenue ..,... .. E , , . 257 FR-5787 ff .FR-5787 , rn-5505 FR-2284 1529 Rockaway Street ,,,,, ....,.,. H E-4781 345 Morning View . ., .. 278 Catawba Avenue , , ,. 488 Patterson Avenue . . .......BL-4586 .FR-9060 . FR-8750 1627 Glenmount Avenue ..,,...,.,. BL4875 1526 W. Exchange Street ..,. 2206 Eighteenth ,.... ,.... ,... . . ., 90 S. Martha Avenue , ,, 112 Lake Street 52 Mount View Avenue .,... 2329 Sixteenth St., SW 897 Boulevard Street ...MUN-1251 SH-2558 .FR-2077 FR-5094 .SH-5885 10' Conqer Avenue .,,........... .,,.,..., FR -5857 310 Vaniman Street .................,..,,.. BL-7581 Highland Theatre, 824 W, Market Street ,...,,.,,.,...,,,..,,........,,,,,.,.,..,...., FR-8000 391 Reed Avenue .....,.....,...,,,.,....,,.. IE-1486 1623 Preston Avenue .. 2154 Newton Street ...,.. 217 Mission Drive ,,,,.,.,,, 2154 Newton Street ,..,... ,...,.,...FR-9390 ,..,...,..1-IE-9084 ,,..,,,.,,FR-5492 ,,......,.HE-9084 Fabiano. Frank .............. ........... G- 1 Fa an, lack F. .. .............................. C. Fagey, Mary Elizabeth Fair. Walter B. .. ......... .. Fairall, F. Fern .......... Farkas, George ........... .. Farley, William H. ..... . Farmer, William T. ..... . Feeley, I. Paul ........ ....... Feeley, Ieanne M. ..... . Fellmuth, Robert ........... Ferguson, Kathleen C. .. ......... N.S. ......G-2 . .......... G-1 .........Soc. ..........Educ. Fernella, Mike I. ............. ........... G -2 Ferri, Felix .................... Ferris, Frank C. ..... . Fertig, Iames C. Enegan, Bill K. ..... . Fineli, Paul A. ..... . Finks, Eugene T. ......... . Finley, Clarice E. ....... . Fiocca, Olga C. ........... . ...........G-2 ..........Educ. .........Soc. ...........G-2 .. ........... G-2 Firestone, Clinton D. Ir. ...... G-2 Firestone. Mary Louise Firestone, Rosemary .... Fish, Richard C. ......... . Fisher, Betty Ieane ...... Fisher, Donald 1... ..... . Fisher, William F. .... . Fitch, H. Maurice ............. ............Educ. ...........G-l ...........G-2 .....,.....G-1 ............E-2 ........G-1 Fitzgerald, lack W. .................... G-2 Fitzsimmons, Harold 1. Fleming, Margaret N. .G-1 Fleming., William H. Ir. ................ C. Flint, lora G. ............................ Sec. Florin, George P. ......... ........... G -1 Flossie, Ben ................. ........... G -2 Flower, William F . ..... ........ - .G-1 Flynn, Mary E. ............. ........... G -2 Fogarty, Charles F. .... ............ E -2 Fogarty, Iohn H. ............. ........... G -1 Fogarty, William I. .... . Foley, Iean F . ........ . Ford, Orene M. ........ . .. ............. C. ...........Educ. Foss. Marilyn D. ........................ Educ. Foster, Martha D. ...... .......... S oc. Foster, Robert O. ...,.................... E-2 Foust, Myron W. ........................ G-1 Fradenburgh, Ernest M. ......... ...Soc. Frank, Bernice B. ............................ G-2 Franklin, Norma I. .................... G-2 Frater, Lorraine ......... Frazee, Claude I. .... . ...........Educ. ...........G-2 Frazee, Harry W. . ......... .......... S oc. Frederick, Helen M. ..... ........... G -2 Freed, Robert E. . ..,... ., Freese, Gloria I. .... . French, Robert I. ....... . ...........G-2 ...........G-1 ............E-2 French, Betty .... - ............... ........... G -Z Fretz, George C. Ir. ..... ,,,,.... E ngr. Frick, Betty I. ............................ N.S. Friedman, Beatrice S. ............ Soc. Friedman, Harvey E. .................... G-2 Frisby, Robert I. ........................ N.S. Fry, Arlene M. .... . Frye, Eugene R. ...........Educ. .,..........E-2 Frye, Iohn H. ......... ........ E ngr. Fulop, Louis I. ......... ........... G- 2 Fulton, Elynore K.. ......... ........... G -2 Furst, Louis ........................................ C. Fuston, Claude W. Ir. Gable. Iames I. .... . Gabriel, David S. ............Grad. G-2 G 2 G Gallagher, E. Iean ......... ........... - 2 Gallagher, Glerin M. ..... ........... G -2 Galloway. Gwendolyn ................ G-1 Gamble, Juanita M. ...............,.,,, G-1 Garbison, Alice Iane . .,.............Soc. Garcia, Andy ..... , ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Educ, Gardner, Edna R. ..... . ...,......Grad. Gardner, Harry W. ..... ...... G -1 Garner, Harold ......... Garrett, Franklin M. Garrett, Iean E, , ....... Garver, Richard F. .... . Garver, Roger B. ,.... . Gates, Stewart D. ..... . Geissinger, Roy B. George, May ..............,... Gerhart, Rita I. ...... . Gerkman, Ann ....., Gerson, Lucile B. Gertz, Frances S. ..... . Gertz, Philip ...........,..,. Gilbride, Thomas E. Gilchrist, Laurence F. Gildow, Geor e I. ....... . Gillis, Alice ......... ,.... Gingo, George I. Gitter, Pete Lf ............, Givens, Dorothy L. Glasgow, Robert E. .... . Glass, Marjorie A. Glenny, Fred H. ...,.. . Gluck, Sidney D. ..... . Glynn, Marie A. Gott, Leonard O. ..... . Godlove, Robert I. ..... . ...........G-1 .. ........... G-1 ...........Engr. . ,,... ..,.. G -2 ............Educ. ...........G-2 .,.......Soc. G 1 ..........G-2 2 1 G- G-2 .. .......... G-2 ,.........G-2 ..........G-1 .Engr. . ........... Educ. .. .,....... N.S. ...,.,.,,Sec. ..,.......Grad. .,.,......G-2 ..G-2 ..........Engr. ,.........G-2 Gonder, Donald C. ...... ..... G -1 Good. William C. ..... . Goodman, Nettie N. .,.. . ..G-2 ...........Grad. Gorup, Leo .,.......,... ..,... ,........ S o c. Gosieniecki, Alfred ,.... .,...,.. G rad. Gotshall, Betty D. ,......... ......... G -1 Gover, Claudena M. .,,... ,....,..., G -1 Graham, Bess M. .....,, ........, G rad. Graham, Ernest . ,............, .,..,...,,.. C . Graham, Robert C. ,,... . Graham, William F. ,... . Grahamslaw, Robert G. Granata, Ioseph A. .,..............,.. . Grant, D. Iean ..,,........,.,. ...... Grant, Frank D. ....,.,.,... . Grassbaugh, Francis . Gray, Iason R. ........,...., . Gray. Mary Alice ........ Gray. R. Houston ......,. Green, Martha E. ...... . Green, Oliver M. Green, Samuel N I ...,,.,,. .G-2 ....G-1 ....G-1 G-1 .Enar. . . ......... G-2 ........Soc. ,,........G-1 .,....,...G-1 Green, William A. ...... .....,.... E -2 Greenbaum, Bertha ,..,,. , ,..,,... Sec. Greene, Iewell C. .........., ....,..,. G -1 Greenhom, Alvin E. ,............,.,..,. G-2 Greenwald, Frances H, . ..,.... ....... G -1 Greer, Norma R. .......,, .......,......,.,. G -2 Gregory, Dorothy M. ...,.,.,,.,,....,,,, G-1 Grendrenska, Wanda B. Educ. Grenzow, Donald M. ...,................ G-2 Grlesinger, Dorothy R. .......,........ G-1 Grittin, Mary L. .,..........,.. ......... G -l Grittith, Anamary ....,.. .........G-2 906 Rhodes Avenue 94 Fir Hill ........................................ HE-0434 1238 Da ton Street ........................ W A-5745 84 N. Arlington Street ..... ........... IE-2501 1186 Copley Road ............. ......... I E-9859 2210 Fourth St., SW 733 Polk Avenue ..... .. ....... ........SH-4880 224 Pioneer Street ....... .. ....... .. ....... FR-0572 408 E. Buchtel Avenue ....... ......... I E-7939 1161 Mt. V A ernon venue ............ WA-5040 Canal Fulton, O. 7 N. Hawkins Avenue 432 Dayton Street 193 Oa Street 180 S. Union Street ........ 1076 Georgia Avenue ........HE-1155 2222 Ninth Street, SW .................... SH-2754 977 Concord Avenue Route 1, Hudson Drive, Cuyahoga Falls 258 Ido Avenue ................................ FR-2779 414 Dayton Street ................... 185 N. Firestone Blvd. 185 N. Firestone Blvd. 65 Maytield Avenue ......... .........l'1E-0856 .........BL-8439 .........BL-8439 ........UN-4386 328 Black Street ......... .... ...... H E -5325 230 vim court .............. ......... I WA-9748 522 Lamont Avenue .....,.. 1473 Hampton Road ........ 507 Rhodes Avenue ........... 1786 Manchester Road ....... 294 Brown Street 775 Ridgecrest Road ...... .. 775 Ridgecrest Road ........ 1445 Brown Street ............ 803 Amherst Street ...... 110 Stanton Avenue 26 W. York Street ....... 390 Crosby Street ....... 57 Brittain Road ....... 642 Upson Street ...... 642 Upson Street ...... 662 Weber Avenue ....... 239 Cole Avenue 584 Vinita Avenue ....... 609 Melrose Street ......... 609 Melrose Street ............. 1356 Burkrhardt Avenue . ....... HE-9511 .........BL-8058 .........B1.-1639 ..........IE-9586 ........HE-1223 ........HE-1223 ........1'1E-5046 ..........IE-8776 .........FR-4439 .........FR-1386 .........B1.-3263 ..........IE-8402 ..........1E-8402 ..,......FR-8408 .........BL-2298 .........BL- 1443 .........B1..-1443 932 Amelia Avenue ...... .................. U N-1718 507 E. Buchtel Avenue ................ IE-8748 375 Cuyahoga Street ....... 1464 Latter Avenue ........... 1320 Waterloo Road 365 Talbot Avenue 465 Wildwood Avenue ......... 2226 Twenty-Fourth St., SW 415 Edgewood Avenue ........ 148 S. College Street 148 S. College Street Silver Lake, Cuyahoga Falls .........BL-8351 .........BL-2952 ......,.............S1-I-3939 ...........IE-4854 ..........BL-4267 Ohio 593 Crosby Street ............................ HE-6365 923 Delia Avenue .... 452 Moreley Avenue 250 Grand Avenue .... .... 441 Talbot Avenue ....... 1474 Preston Avenue ....... 1474 Preston Avenue ....... 684 Harvard Street 1623 Triplett Blvd. .. 732 Lovers Lane ......,.... 449 Beechwood Drive G ........UN-1542 .........FR-5746 ........UN-2974 .........FR-5638 .........BL-3887 .........BL-3887 ..........IE-5155 .........l-IE-7070 .........HE-3908 382 Pine Street .................................... IE-1263 Box 146, West Richfield O. 1046 W. Exchange Street 406 Watson Street ............................ IE-7604 208 The Brooklands ........................ HE-2859 508 E. Archwood Avenue .. ..........BL-7407 430 Crosby Street ............................ HE-0777 94 Fir Hill ....,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, RD 1, Barberton, O. 33 Elmwood Avenue 1017 Nathan Street 1290 Marcy Street ,.......HE-0434 ........SH-4765 131 Melbourne Avenue ..... .......... .UN-1450 469 Orchard Street ............... 469 Orchard Street ........... 2121 Tenth St. SW. 1360 Leonora Avenue ...... 625 S. Main Street 588 Bell Street 397 S. Martha Avenue 876 Chalker Street ...,.... 610 Euclid Avenue ........... 740 Rainbow Drive ........ 130 Rhodes Avenue ....... 941 Boulevard Street .... .... 1200 Dietz Avenue ........ 80 Cott r A e venue ........ 120 Charles Street 880 Winton Avenue 478 Howe Street ............... 233 Cable Place .........BL-6639 .........BL-6639 ..........BL4229 .........FR-8647 ........--IE-2594 ........HE-5754 ..... ..... IE-8322 .........FR-3239 .........Bl..-3685 ........1-IE-3977 ..........IE-7462 1222 Sunset View Drive ................ UN-3725 1148 Linden Avenue ..,.,.,...,..,..,... WA-7863 754 Fern Street 1631 Wilbur ...............,........ 1257 Laird Street ................ 283 .........BL-4990 .........BL-9708 E. Buchtel Avenue ................ FR-3491 Clearview Avenue .................... FR-0841 Cleveland Street ............ Beechwood Drive ..... Roslyn Avenue ....... Alden Avenue Copley Road Beaver Street ........ Thayer Street ..... Beaver Street ........ Beaver Street ........ S. Balch Street ........ ........HE-2253 4 ..1'1E-663 ..IE-2741 ...........HE-1244 ........BL-1883 .........IE-9260 ........BL-1883 ........B1..-1883 .......FR-4768 667 343 341 865 355 707 259 Locust Street ..... .... ....... HE-8786 367 585 357 367 145 509 Sumner Street ......... 28 Mt. View Avenue 729 Moon Street 485 Marview Avenue ....... 2110 East Avenue ........FR-9340 .........IE-7987 537 Vinita Avenue ........ .......... I E-2446 1380 Newton Street ..... 1168 Herman Avenue ..... .......1HE-9609 .,-...PH-am 294 Brown Street ......... .......... .. -.HE-1094 746 Euclid Avenue ............................ IE-2396 1168 Herman Avenue .................... FR-3778 68 Antles Ave., Barberton, O. .... SH-1734 1043 Fairbanks Place .................. -FR-0149 1170 Beardsley Street 1492 Delia Avenue ..........,.. 892 Oakland Avenue ....... ........ . 439 Iulien Avenue ........ 47 N. Forge Street ........BL-7939 ........BL-1594 E-7611 323 Castle Blvd. ............... ..... .. ...UN-3019 1840 Femette 1504 Beardsley Street ifirf I 1821 189 Spicer Street ................................ FR-1524 "H ,J lun- X4 4 l I I Q L r 5 4 . K s 'q e v if 1 "K .Wy Q 2 3 I J A ' sa- '2 I- W.: . Z S ? r - V , . 1? E s N-5 A 9 'ig 4 I --1 x f i Griiith. Grifiitla. Mary E. Icmee R. Robert H. ...... , c. .............G-1 G-2 Griffiths. Marian B .............. Grxiizths, Rovrkmd D. . Gliorrs. Wane: ...............Educ. Grass. Iohn e...,.,- ..,. .... .... -..HE-r. Gross. Mildred S. .................. l Gross. Norma P. .....,..........-G-1 Grubb Vera I.. ...- .,..,. --..,...,-...G-1 Gruoella Frank Joseph Ir...-Grud. Gukich Dorothy ..- ..... ....-- ..... --.G-2 Guxnter. H. Ioan ......,- ...-,.,,.-.-.G-l Gunmng- . Lore G. ......-..-.....G-2 ge G-l Gursauius. Ro rt K. Crosby Street W. Exchange Street 378 Lnchfield Road Kleines, Eleutherios Iohn Gunsolus. Mary Louise ......,.Educ. Gurun William G. --,....,.,,G-1 Gurevntt Bernice R. .,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,H, Guth YV:!lxo:n W. ... ........G-l Hasktm George Ir. ....... - ....,. ,WANG-l Haddad. Geo e M. ...,...,.. .........,G-1 Haddad lsab-3 . .,............. -.....,Educ. Haddock, Leander G. lr. ......Engr. Hagen. Helen Louise .............. ..... .G-l Hagerman, Gordon A. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, H, Hagstrom. lean L. ...-......--- .... .G-2 Hale. Eva M. .... ..,-..,,,,,..r,,,.,,,,,,,,,G-1 Hall. Charles R. -.-..........,,,,.,..Engr, Hall Edward W. ..,,. ..... ........u....C. Hall Joyce A. .,.. ...,,....... - .,,...,. ...UG-1 Halliburton. Frederick C. Ir. .-...G-2 Halsey, V. Ruth ...,-,.......-- ....... -G-l Halstead, Doris I.. e-.........-.-...G-2 Hamburger, Morris I. ....---...--.H. Hamilton, Ann E. ..........-........Soc. Hamilton, E. Donald ..........-...G-1 Hamxltcn Henman Hammett Hancock ,I Handler, Handley. , lean F. ..,............,... . Marie K. ................ Georgia Louise Mildred L. .................. Estelle R. ............-.. G-2 G-2 G-1 G-2 Louis ..... - ...... ..........,.,,,.G-1 G-2 G-1 G-l G-2 G-1 Hansen, Elsie Io ..........-..,...,..,,,... Harb-cugh, Iane E. ......-- .... .......... Hcrdesty, Helen M. Hardman. Albert F. ....,.. -.,,.,.,,. Hardman, Gwendolyn T. .......Educ, Hare, Robert C, ...H ,.,.. .,,.,,..,,. ,,,., ,N,S, Hctren, Robert I. ...- ...... Hargrove. Robert M. Ir. Hang, Janet E. ...-. ..... -.-..,,,..,,-G-1 Harker, C. Lewis .,..............,....G-1 Harkins. George L. ....... ........MSoc, Harmon, Robert G. ,.. .... .........,-G-l Harris, Lucille M. --.......-..-....Soc. Harris, Mary Gqil ...N ,... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,G-1 Harris, Zachary N . ...... ... Hart. Iack B. ...- .... ..,....... Hart. Richard W. ...,..... Hartz, Marvin E. ....... ...... Hartz, Robert E. ............ Hattie, George W. ....-... Hausch, Walter R. ........... Hawk, Glen F. ............ Hawthome, Anthony ..........E-2 ...-,....E-2 ..........-G-1 .... ...... E-2 -...Educ. ..........,G-1 .......N.S. ....,.--C. -.......--.G-2 Hawthorne, Earl F. .........-..,.....-G-l Haynes, Lois ..,. -.........-.......... ...... G-2 Hazlett, Betty Iane .................Educ. Heacock. Charles E. .-................G-1 Heepe, William I. .... ...uw ....... G-2 Heftelman, Helen ...,....,... Hettelman, Iohn A. ...... . Heib, I. Hexberg. Leonore ........ Elsie C. ....... . Herd. Marvin E. ......... . Heidman, Richard L. Heilman. M. lean ...... Heimann. Ruth E. Heinick. Heinick. Helfrich. Charles B. Ierome D. ..... . Lewis .....,.-... Heller, Irvin R. ,. ......... .., .......G-I ....,,,.G-1 ...,....G-1 .........,..G-2 ........Educ, .......,G-l .,.,...G-l ...-...G-l ...-...G-1 Hendershot, Carl H. ..... .,...... G rad. Hennigar. Elsie L. .. .,....-Grad. Hennis, George C. ...- ...... -...-Engr. Henry. Richard B. .... ...... Hensal, Blanchard ...... .,Grad. Hensel, Robert R. .-,.. Hensley, Henterly, Henterly. I. Arthur .... Iohn R. ......... . William Er Henton, Harriet L. Hepler, Patrick H. ......... . . ..... -G-1 ........G-2 .......,G-2 - ......... C. - ....... G-1 .......,G-l Herman, Charles M. ...... ............ G -2 Hershey, Robert M. .................... N,S. Hershkowitz, Ioseph ........... .....Grad. Hertle, Ivan E. ...- ....... ........ . ..G-1 Hessler, Muriel I. ..... .... . Hibbard, Reigle W. ........G-2 Hibner. E. Lee ........... ........... C . Hickman, Berton ........ ......., G -2 Hicks, Bettyjo .....,..,.. ........ G -l Hidy, Logan A. .......... u .,..... G-2 Hi?ley, Robert P. ........ ., ....... C. H1 kert, William A. ..... ...-...G-l Hill, Rcrncel D. .,.,......... ........ G -2 Hinman, Robert S. ..,. ....... - ...G-2 Hmson. Dorothy D. ........................ G-1 Hirakawa, Kenichiro ................ Grad. Hirsch. Morris ....... , .......,. ,........... G -2 Hitchcock. Lois I. .... . Hitchcock. Ruth I.. Hobbs, Hazel .. .... ..... - . Hobler, So hie M. Hoertz, I. gruce ..... ......... ........... N . S. Hoff. Garfield L. Ir. Hoffman, Hoffman, Hoffman. Hoffman. Elmer C. . ..,........ Sec. .......,.-Soc. ........G-2 ...,.4.,G-2 .,......G-2 Iack K. .,......... ............ G -I lays M. ..,................. HG-1 Mmam A. .......,.. . .....,,Educ. .......Educ. Hoiimaxter, Ioanna B. .... . Hocle, Geor?e A. ........... ............ G -2 Halbert. Wil lam C, ...........,........ G-2 711 Fern Street ........ ...... ............. 989 Bloomtield Avenue 955 Kenmore Blvd. 880 Brenneman Blvd. 494 Warner Street .BL-2594 ...............UN-281 1618 Manchester Road ..... ........... BL-2073 93 Marvin Avenue . ...... .... .. . ..... .....UN-1785 775 Greenwood Avenue .. ......... ..... H E-4836 1197 Laird Street .. .... ,. ........ ........... F R3464 550 321 198 876 499 898 E-49 S73 Wellin ton Avenue West Ear! es Street ........... -..JE-3292 Castle Blvg. ................................ UN6588 Peerless Avenue ............. .........,.BI..-1637 Malvern Road .. .... -...... .-.... ..... lE3268 Woodward Avenue -... ........ .. ..... BI.-1753 Brown Street . ....... -..W .............. FR-4974 Storer Avenue .. ....... , .... - ........... FR-2335 3439 Tuxedo Avenue, Parma, 140 427 251 343 969 373 725 908 Good Street ..... ..... Locust Street O. ........,.FR-0722 Brown Street ......-...-.... ........... FR-3037 Ruckel Road ..... .....,.. -.. ....... -..BL-7390 Packard Drive ... .......... ..........FR-7093 N. Firestone Blvd. ..... ....... .... FR3534 Chitty Avenue ...- ............. .. ....... BI.-5665 Peerless Avenue 69 Fairlawn Blvd. E. .............. . ..... UN-2931 S. Hawkins Avenue ....... - ....... FR-1963 186 E. Archwood Avenue 562 Nash Street 904 388 Grand Avenue .......... .......... U N4!48l 1114 Laird Street ........... ......... , .BL-8795 312 Rhodes Avenue .......... 660 Lakemont Avenue ...... Holbrook. William C. Hollander, Eugene B. Hollinger, Marjorie G, .............,.. G-2 ..,,..,-.,.......G-1 .,,....G-l Hoilarnan. Geraldine .. . . ..... . G-2 Hoiwpfel, Iohn G. ..... ....... . G-1 Hvoker, Evelyn M ., .......... G-2 Hfysver, Marjorie I. ..... .....rG-2 Hope, Glenn S. ...... .... ........... G - l Hope, Roy E. .. ....... . ...,,,...G-2 Hopkins, Elza Eugene .... ..... .G-l Hopkins. Gene P. .......... .......... So c. Hopkins, M. Isabel ........ ........ G -I . ......... G-I Horne, George V, ..,. . Horst, Ia ueline ....... HGf"lf!!l'1,?9lBh B. - ......... G-2 .,.. ........... G-l Hoskm, Charles E. ...... ..........Grad. Hostetler, Iack ........ .... ........... G - 1 Howard, Fred L .... , . ,.... ...... G -l Howard, M. Orine ............... .. ....... G-2 Hraniiovv:h, George T, ................ G-2 Huber, Pebert A. .......... ......... So c, 868 Corley Street ......... ..........HE-3000 ..........HE-6288 ...........FFt-0797 1132 Bristol Terrace ..... ........... B L-9271 47 Ames Court ............ ,....... .......... H E -0017 605 LaFollette Street E. Buchtel Avenue .................... IE-2023 Rhodes Avenue ...... ..,. .......... HE-1501 Palm Avenue Crescent Drive .. .... .,.......... I E-9386 567 553 330 161 132 Rhodes Avenue .......... 639 306 406 2287 Ninth Street 341 Cloverdale Avenue ...... 1426 Elder Avenue ........... - ..........1-IE-3672 Patterson Avenue ..... ..... - .... B L-6731 Noah Avenue ......... ........... FR -1670 The Brooklands ......... ........... B L-7951 ........IE-3380 ...........IE-3618 35 Byers Avenue ..... .... ........... B L-3843 317 S. Main Street ........ ........... FR -3462 739 Ca nter Street ......... ........... B L-3296 180 S. lggllege Street 357 Beechwood Drive ..... ...........IE-B033 139 Russell Avenue ....... - .... ....... FR-0388 Box 176, Rittman, O. 1107 Oakland Avenue ....... ......... W A-5044 1107 Oakland Avenue ........ .... .. ...WA-5044 Russell Avenue ...... .......... H E41060 Russell Avenue .... .. .......... HE-3060 Para Avenue ............... -.... ......... BL-9680 160 160 284 284 Buckeye Street 237 215 215 W. Exchange Street 543 Parker, Barberton, O. ....... .....SH-5092 842 Dayton Street 366 Parkwood Avenue .................... FR-1673 42 Dodge Avenue ............... .. ........... HE-4736 226 Hiah Point Avenue ...........-HE-1337 226 Highpoint Avenue ...... .......... H E-1337 358 Trigonia Drive ....... 244 Grand Avenue 1245 Filth Avenue ................. 691 E. Cuyahoga Falls Washington Street 453 560 680 680 649 550 Wildwood Avenue ..........FR-1795 . ....... ...IE-S876 Noah Avenue ......... A ........ ..... ....... FR-7207 Avenue WA-2903 Mohawk Avenue ........................ Bl..-7843 Bellevue Avenue ...................... HE-7854 Bellevue Avenue ........ .......... H E-7854 ..........FR-4867 95 Bachtel Avenue ........ .......... F R-B541 610 W. Market Street 181 S. Arlington Street S. College Street 130 761 766 Damon Street ..... 696 Thayer Street ....... 551 551 471 114 E. Exchan e Street 1375 Bellows Street 46 E. State Street ..........F'R-7469 .........,FR-7650 Brown Street .......... ........... B L-8329 .........,.lE-9009 ..........HE-3397 Oxford Street ........... ..... ....... IE-4390 Oxford Street ............... ........... I E-4390 Edgewood Avenue .................... FR-9455 1451 Newton Street .......................... IE-3751 Warwick, O. ........,............... C. Fulton 2831 34 W. York Street ............................ HE-2840 350 E. Buchtel Avenue ................ HE-6646 317 Ruckel Road ................ .......... F R-7621 194 S icer Street ............... .......... S H-6257 1374 goventry Street ........ .......... B L-6997 1464 Rockaway Street ....... ........,HE-4996 194 Spicer Street ................. ........... I E-5941 767 W. Market Street ...... .......... F R-4832 1205 Marcy Street 460 Lamparter Street ........ .......... B L-9094 1786 Manchester Road ...... .......... F R-3549 837 Carroll Street ........... 769 Diagonal Road ....... 841 Chalker Street 841 Chalker Street .........HE-7238 .........HE-5774 1242 Laird Street ............. ......... H E-9690 954 Raymond Street 489 Orchard Street ........ ........... I E-2256 140 Portage Drive ....... 2244 Ninth St. SW. ..........FR-1628 832 Diagonal, Road ........... .......... B L-5789 358 Wildwood Avenue .,..................IE-1630 1054 Avon Street ............. ........... W A-2272 18 W, Mildred Avenue ...................,IE-4496 1039 Murray Avenue ....... ........... W A-4990 466 St. Leger 219 Crosby Street ............... ......... H E-5543 1348 California Avenue 412 Reed Avenue ll49 Dietz Avenue 392 Hillwood Drive ............... ...,,..,,r......SH-5781 BL-4208 755 Mercer Avenue ......................... il-IE-9768 241 W. Chestnut Street 49 Uhler Avenue . .....,......... . 783 Upson Street 623 Doris Avenue ....... 88 Eber Avenue ......... 851 Harrison Avenue Sl Vesper Street 125 E. Emerling Avenue 148 S. College Street ,........BL-6358 .........FR-4901 ....,.....IE-6720 RD 1, Barberlon, O. c... .. ....... SH-9497 1180 Edison Street 1171 Edison Avenue 847 Crouse Street ....... 584 Bell Street ......... .........FR-6633 1-hit. nouuna D. -.. ........Engr. Hull. Norma F. ..... .. ..... .. ................ G-1 Humphrey, Robert Iames ............G-2 Humphrey. Rodney I. ................ G-l Humphreys. Charles W. .....E-2 Humphreys, Robert Leon ........ Engr. Hunter, Elsie M. .... . Hunter. Mary Louise ........ ........ G -2 Hurley. Maxine M. ....... . Hurst, Helen ................ Hurst, Virginia G. ....... . Hurtt, Harry Ir. ...... . Hutchinson, Iohn W. .... . llit, C. Hal h ........... Ingersoll, ,Selma G. M. lngle, Paul T. .......... . lredell, Helen K. .......... . Isner, Alvis E. .......... . lsner. Durward H. lsrael, Arthur .......... Israel, S Iackson, Iackson, Iackson, lackson. Jackson. Iackson, Iackson, Iackson, uzanne ...... Alphonse I. Claude L. ....... . Dorothy C. Eleanor M. Herbert L. ....... . Iames A. ......... . William R. ..... . Iacobs, Leslie W. ..... . Iacobs, Lucy B. ..... . Iames, Angy M. ....... . Iames, Harold C. ...... . ..........,.G-1 Educ. ........G-2 ...........Soc. ...Soc. ,.......G-2 ......,.G-2 ........G-2 .,......G-1 ........G-l ........G-2 ........G-l ......,.G-2 ........G-l ............G-I Educ. .,...E-2 Iames, Ol a H. ....... ..... .......... ..G-2 Jameson, ghrysa M. ...... Educ. Iansen, I. Robert .............. ........ G -2 Iauchem, Clarence R. ...... ........... C . Ietlers, Dale S. ................................ G-l Ieiferson, R. Margaret ................ G-2 Jenkins, Ienkins, Jenkins, Donald L. ......... ,. Lester N. ....... . William L. ..... . Ierrell, Roy R. ............ lobe, Kathryn I. ......... . Iobe, Louise C. ............. . Iohnson, Iohnson, Iohnson, Iohnson,, Iohnson, Iohnston, Iones, C Iones, M ............G-1 ........Educ. Betty Evans .... ...... .......... G - l Dorothy E. .................... Soc. Esther Louise ............ Educ. Robert F. ...................... Sec. Virginia R. .... ........ E duc. Blaine H. ..... . lyde H. ....... . abel H. Iones, Robert E. ........... . Iones, Rosser I. ............ . Iones, Zola .......................... Iordan, Mrs. Lillian W. Icy, Catherine E. .......... . Ioy, Harry A. ................. . Ioy, Marion M. ......... . Judson, Dave W. ........... . Iudson, Elisabeth K. Iune, Victor ...................... Iyurovat, George L. .... . Kahn, Herbert S. ...... . Kain, Gertrude R. .... Kalavity, Regina ....................... Kallgren, John E. ........ .. .......... . Kallgren, Robert M. .............. . Kapenekas, Theodore I. Kapzath, Irene M. .................. . Karr, Adelaide A. ....... ..... Kasse, Robert A. .......... . Kaufman, George E. Kauffman, Mildred A. ...... Kay, Iames Ir. . ............. .. Kayatin, Steve H. Kazlouskas, Anthony ....... Keele, Naomi M. ........... . Keeter, Ray A. ......... . Keehe, Robert ......... Kehrer, Iack C. ......... . Keirn, Gerald ................. Keiser, Dorothy L. ...... . Keister, Stanley D. ....... . Keller, Paul I. ........... . Kelley, Darrel B. ....... . ........G-l ........,...G-2 Educ. .....G-l ...Soc. Educ. ...Sec. ....,...G-2 ........G-l ............G-1 ...Soc. ............G-2 ...N,S. ...........Soc. .....G-2 .....G-2 .Engr. .....G-2 .....G-2 .....G-l ........Educ. .....G-2 .....G-l .....G-l .....G-2 .....G-2 ......E-2 .....G-l .....G-l ...........Soc. .....G-2 .Engr. ...........Soc, .....G-2 .....G-l .........G-1 Kelly, Mary lean ............ ..... G -1 Kelsey, Virginia M. ...... ..... G- l Kemp, Marcella L. ........................ G-1 Kenny, Elizabeth B. ................ ..Soc. KennY, Richard H. ...... . Kenyon, William A. .............. . Kershaw, Marjorie E. ............ . Khoenle, Eleanor G. .............. . Kibler, Richard W. ........ . Kidder, Lewis Graham Kidder, Preston ........................ Kimberly, Margaret L. King, Leona E. .......................... . King, Lucille ................... King, Wiliam C. .... ....... . King, Wilma M. ..... . Kinsey, Alice M. ............... Kirk, Mary E. ............,............. . Kistler, William C. .................. . Kittelberger, Iecm Anne .....G-2 .....G-2 .Educ. .Educ. ..,..G-2 .....G-l d' Kight, Catherine V. ......... .... I G .....G-l ...,.G-1 .Educ. .EG-1 . nqr. .....G-2 .....G-2 .....G-l ,....G-2 ........Grad. Klar, Kenneth K. .......................... N.S. Kleckner, Russell B. ................ Engr. Klein, Fred G. ...................... .. ............ C. Kleinwechter, Frank F. .....G-l ...,.G-I Klespies, Frank I. ............ .. ........ Enqr. Kirsch, Anne ................... Klotz, Milton A. ........ ..... K , E. I h ......... KZZEE, Mafyiiii' 1. ....... . .....G-2 fiidticf Knepper, Betty Lou ..... .... ......... G - I Knepper, Nancy Lee .................... G-1 Knox, Marjorie C. .......................... G-1 Koegel, Iosew W. ............... ,. ....... G-2 Koerschner, illiam F. Ir .... N.S. Kohler, Henry A. ............ .. ........ Engr. Kohslek, Donald I. ....... ...... ....... Koledin, Samuel ..... .... .. .... Koleta, Gertrude E. ... ..... .. ....... Kolk, Chester R. Koller, Kenneth M. .... . Kominic, Walter E. ..... Konstand, Bob ........... Konstand, Gus ....... .. :gG:2 n ff - ..... cg-2 7::::::fT?35i ...Soc. EPR 1 310 Brittain Road ......... V1 137 Kohler Avenue 933 Yale Street .................. 1 -'Yv'- . 1 3 ,i 1026 Princeton Street ........ 1209 Welton Avenue 1209 Welton Avenue 327 Grand Avenue 661 E. South Street H .........FR-0183 ...........IE-4772 ..........BL-7377 ..........FR- 1329 ..........FR-1329 ...........IE4708 S2 Rosalind Court ............................ IE-3578 1162 Mt. Vernon Avenue WA-6174 1375 Good ear Blvd. ...................... BL-9201 122 Wills xAvenue ............. 69 Straw Street ....... I 204 Boder Street.. ................. . 97 Brookside Avenue 720 Delaware Avenue ....... 429 The Brooklands ..... . 429 The Brooklands I ..... 602 Wilson Street ....... 1421 Elder Avenue ...... 1424 East Avenue 839 Ardmore Avenue ..... 395 Crouse Street ......... .........H.E-8578 ...........IE-8704 433 E. Thornton Street ......... .........HE-5871 ..........BL-7644 ..........BL-7644 ...........IE-5752 ..........FR-1195 .........UN-2389 ...........IE-8780 ..........Bl..-5551 1248 D l' Avenue .............. 1070 Hingerich Avenue .................. B L-4761 840 Lee Drive 50 S. Portage Path ....... 274 W. Miller Avenue 38 Belvidere Way 684 Ranney Street ......... 157 W. Buchtel Avenue 1812 Hillside Terrace .......... 157 W. Buchtel Avenue 222 W. State Street 1665 Battery B. ................ . 410 Margaret Street ......... 108 Roger Avenue ....... 97 Carlton Drive 894 Columbia Avenue 894 Columbia Avenue 102 Campbell Street ...... S20 Buchtel Avenue 91 N. Arlington Street ...... 91 N, Arlington Street ...... Box 202. Rt. 7, Akron 728 Payne Avenue ............ 998 Picklord Avenue 1842 Toncxwanda Avenue 481 Wildwood Avenue .... 975 N. Howard Street ..... 915 Peerless Avenue 2235 Twenty-Third Street 295 lvy Place .........UN-3875 ...........IE-4894 . ......... FR-8001 .........l-IE-4374 ..........HE-2282 ..........HE-0348 ..........HE-1925 ..........HE-1925 ..........FR-3560 .....,....FR-4772 ..........FR-4772 .........MA-2123 ..........FR-9686 .........,..1-IE-8334 ................l-'R-8038 ,................IE-6740 ............,.SH-3691 1203 N. Howard Street ................ WA-8632 915 Peerless Avenue 1059 Valdes Avenue 1350 Chapman Drive 1350 Chapman Drive 1350 Chapman Drive 154 Hollinger Avenue ..... 364 W. Market Street 369 Carroll Street ........... 1270 Harpster 723 194 W. Exchange Street Johnson Street N. Firestone Blvd. N. Firestone Blvd. .. Beck Avenue ............. N. Portage Path ...... Sawyer Avenue ..... Watson Street ....... Inman Street .......... King Drive- Marcy Street 56 Broad Street .......... 208 Gale Street 815 564 529 488 656 l 10 214 980 474 535 152 1139 .......,.UN-2986 ...........IE-7851 ................FR-5467 Ellwood Avenue ........................ BL-9295 Carroll Street ......... W. Bowery Street ...... 838 Beardsley Avenue ..... 806112 Coburn Street .... . 333 Allyn Street ....... .. ..... 90 Broad Street .......... 338 Ido Avenue 1599 Larch Street ...... ..........I-'R-4036 ............IE-2935 ...........FR-9854 ...........IE-3565 ...........BL-3229 ............1E-9966 ...........BL-1592 ......,....BL-7074 . ......... HE-7531 ...........FR-8220 ............lE-1385 ...........FH-4645 ..........1-IE-7995 ..........HE-4850 1016 Klmg Street ............................ HE-2820 29 Mt. View Avenue .................... HE-2337 429 Morning View Avenue ............ FR-1929 710 Sunset View Drive ................ HE-3965 57 Castle Blvd. ........ , ....................... UN-2301 67 Castle Blvd. ................................ UN-2301 168 N. Highland Avenue .............. FR-6382 508 Alexander Street ..... .... .. ....... ...... H E -0677 914 Hamlin Street ............................ BL-7847 481 E. Cuyahoga Falls Avenue WA-8637 428 N. Firestone Blvd. .................... BL-4653 369 Carroll Street ............................ IE-3758 1156 LaCroix Avenue Cneighbor's phone! 665 Sunset View Drive .................... IE-6605 1412 S, Main Street ......... 90 Shaker Drive 521 Watson Street 82 Frederick Avenue ........ 709 Lakemont Avenue ...... 540 Inman Street ........... 275 Spicer Street . ........... 15 Rose Blvd. ..................... . 900 Washington Street 396 Silver Street ..... ...... 191 Palmyra Avenue .,..... 12 Florida Place 177 E. York Street ............IE-5465 ...........BL-6975 ..........l-IE-9933 ..........HE-3584 ........lE-2586 ............IE-5730 ..........UN-3728 ..........l-IE-8203 ........1E-2506 .BL-9005 1443 East Avenue ......,.............. ...., . 1002 Pardee Avenue Kneighbor's hone! 726 Rhodes Avenue ........................ HE-2540 46 Rhodes Avenue .......... 49 Shelb Avenue 385 Beechwood Drive ...... 385 Beechwood Drive ...... 352 N. Firestone Blvd. ...... .......... H E-7939 28 S. Balch Street ............. 251 N. Firestone Blvd. 810 Shaman Street 336 Trigonia Drive .... 287 Lloyd Street ......... I 1341 Copley Road ....... .. 1000 Laurel Avenue 680 Glendora ............... ... 180 S. Union Street ...... 831 Fifth Avenue 831 Fifth Avenue ..........HE-8224 ...........FR-9248 ........IE-2748 ............IE-2748 ...........BL-6373 ...........BL-6073 .. ......... FR-S486 ... ........ FR-3521 ...........BL-2268 - ........... I E-2237 .....,...HE-1155 A,-v x ' n v .fn . ,,-My ,5 ' .l,, 5 " I '- - ,.. V 1,. fr we ,gig .rr .1 :Xfw'f'nv n . .4-. , I gengf, .Nl I , 'Of 1 ' ' Ti' .9 957 EA 'f .1"v' fi I" urn, . 'ILM fx J, 'Wm . '37i"'V lj' ,.'."?f F vm gat . W? . - ,. N A- 'QB f 2'1" in , , 4. x Y WAX , , W ',wq1f.,Q M1 ,cg ,A 31'lu-L1 fe -1.4.3-Y, M . Wa mu-a.Q..,J. . x..,Q.,gf Kortveiesi. Iohn W. ................,...G-1 Kostko. Iohn 1. -.................. Kovul. Helen K. -.. Grad. .............G4 Kovulick. Wd!! W. .......,......E-2 Krause. Ieanxll. -................-g-sa Kreemer, . ,...-..,........ umm. 1a.m'5"Q w. .......soc. efetmtwtewfew-ewes . o . ............-.. I. ...,........gg Krivitshy. A1bin.S-. ...flII1'N.s. Kxoeger. Marian E. --.....-...G:ad. Krumrine. leanette A. ....e,.. ...I-Educ. 1232 Girard Street 2.143 hteenth St. SW. 250 Street ... ......... ...BL-8049 SS Monroe Stnet 574 Sherman Street ............ .... .......FR-7052 E V1c.t:mStreet .............-......... E-2607 56 S. Street ...,....-.......,........ E-7240 K Lane Street ........ ...... .. .... - 8204 11m Dietz Avenue H13 W. Market Street ....................BIAXB M E. Exchange Street ...........HE-2442 138 Marcy Street ...........................B1.-7m 955555 Peckham Street Mission Drive ............. .........-...HE-1303 Blanche Street ........-.........,....... E484 Orlando Avenue ,..,.................FlR3841 Greenwood .,.......... .... ... ............. UN-3155 Ashland Avenue 34 McCoy Street 112 369 137 West Dalton Cypress ........ ........... , ...... ..- .... BL-1505 Annadale Avenue - ...... ........ H E-6991 Krucgp. Rita C. ......,................G-2 Ku emcm. Merle C. -.-...-......G-1 Kuder. Patricia A. .--.- ...... .....-Educ. Kudera. Sophie .....,. -. ...... N--- .... .G-2 Kudla, Helen .... c..- ...... - ....... ......G-1 Kuhne. Harry D. -.,..... .... -- .... -G-1 Kykmder. Mildred C. ,..... ...... -..G-2 Kysor. Ruth N, - .... 1..-.- ................ G-2 Inbate. Arthur S. - ..... ......,. .......,.,, G-2 Lacy, Betty lane .....---.-....-...-..G-1 Lacy. Meng M. .......-H,..- .... ....-.G-2 Ladrcch. elen M. ...........,..,...G-2 Lampson. Victor ....... -...- .... S ........ Soc. Lantz. Ersel G. ............ .. ...... -..Engr. laone. Carl 1. ....... -.-. .......... -En r. LaRooca. Gloria M. - ........,.... ... .... S-1 Lcrrick, Martha R. ...,... ...... -..-..,G-2 Larsen, Geraldine M. -..-.....--..G-1 Larsen. Robert L. ........... -..c ......... G-1 Larson. Arthur E. ,.- .,,.,., ,,,,,,.,mG-2 Larson, Dona M. ,,,.,..,,-,,,,,, ,,,,, M.G-1 Larson, Ebba .-.. .... ......-. ...... - .... Soc. Larson, Nils E. ,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,.,,,, ,, ,.,, ,,,G.1 Larson. Robert W. , ,..,, ,,,,,,.,4 C , Latona, Felix I. ...,., ,,,,,,,.,A, G. 2 Laughlin- 101111 V. . ..... .......... I ngr. Launtz. E. Yune ........... ,... ..., ,.,.,. , G-1 Lawrence, Everett M, Lawrence, Richard 1.. Lazarow. Herbert M. .,...,.....,....-E-2 Cole Avenue Leatherman. Earl R. N, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HH, Lederman, Iack M. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G.2 Lee, Claude W, ,,,,,,, ,,,,v,,,,, A ,,,,A.,, E -2 Lee, Kathryn S. ,,,,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,.,, G.2 Leesaer, Harold M, ,,,, .,,,, Leif er. Frances A. ,,.,,,- ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Q-G.2 Lehner, lane I.. , .,,.., , M, ,,,,,,,,AN,,, G-1 Lernke, Alvin R, ,,,,,,, W, .,,,,,, Y-.G-2 Lemmon. Robert .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grad, Leon, Mary A, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, A 4, ,,,, ,,,, , G.1 LeToumecu, Robert 1.. ....... , .... Grad. Lewis, Carl C. Ir. ..., , .,,, ,,,,,,,,, G -2 Lewis, 1611185 P. ....... ,, ..,,,,,,,,, Engr. Leyda, William E. ........ ........... G -2 Libbey, Edward N. ., ....... ....... , ..G-1 Liedholm, Sigvard I. ..... ......... C . Lzghtner. Evelyn I. ,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,., G-2 Lincks. Doris M. ........ ........... G -2 Lmcks lane P. ...... ,, ,,,,,,,, G-1 Lmcks Iohn F. ,,,, ,,,,, . , ,,,,,,,--.., KH, Linder, Robert E. .............. .... ....... G - 1 Urldke. William C. ,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G-1 Lindsey, Mrs. Iulia S. ............ Educ. 1-11132. Iulie F. .................... ........... G -1 Livlfe. Turc 1... .,.......... ,.,,,,,.,G-1 Lit: Norman H. , ......,,, .,,,,,,,,,, E -2 Livengood, Paul B .......... ........... G -1 Livenspcxrger, Clark C. ........ ....... G 42 livingston, Genevie E. ..... .......... G -1 Lloyd, Lorene .,- ................ ......... G -2 Lockhart, Albert E. , ......... ...,... S oc. Lockhart, Iohn Richard .............. N.S. Loelller. Ioan ....... -..c ..................... G-1 Logue, Marian R, ......,..... - ........ Educ. Logue, Marjorie I. ....... ....,.,.. S oc. Long, Earl E, ..., ..... ,..... ............ c G -2 Long. Gertrude E. Longworth, Iohn Fl, Lonsbury, Margaret A UG-1 . ..... .. Educ. Loomis, Ellen L. ...................... ....G-1 Loudon, Michael .......... .......... E duc. Loulan, Iames A. ........... ......... N .S. Loulan, Iuanita M. ...................... Sec. Lowes, Frederick I. Ir. ...,............ G-1 Lowrey, David P. ...... - .... .......... G -1 Lowrey. E Lois ............. - ............... G-2 Lucas Ann A. . .... ,......,..,..,. . ..... . G-2 Luck, Donald ..... .... M ................ C . Lukas, Iohn A. . ........ .............. G -2 Luke, Marvin B. ...., . Luke, Vance H, Lutsch, Iohn H, ....... . Lutz, Louella C. Lynn. Mane . Lyrton, Amos H Ir .... MacCurdy, Alan S .... , Machcn, Patricia I ..... Mackey. Thomas S ..... MacLeod. Hope .... Ma"i1vy, Gladys L .Educ. ., ....... G-1 G-2 .. ...... Soc. . ....... G-2 Maier, Ralph za .... ,... ...... . . ..c. Malcgio, Fred .... ,. ................ Educ. Malamatims, Ion E. ................ Grad. Maluke, Andrew W. Mamay, Sergius .. Mancovitz, Ida . . Mankin, Robert S . Mdtvhey, Ellen I., . ....... ,. Marcurn, Margaret I ...... MUYTJS Harry Ir, .. Mark, S'el1a , , Mark, Vlillicrm , .,,.,...-G-2 S, . ,G-2 .,,,,G'1 . ,.,..... G-2 . . ...... G-1 . ....... G-2 A .,...... E42 Merkey, Betty Lee . .... .,.......,..., G -2 Mark-ay, William F. Marko'-r1':h, Peter T. Marks, Maricrie I Marlowe, Iack C ,, Mcrquardt, Marvin E , Marrcne, Iohn .. Mars, Martha M. .. Marsh 'William A . Marrre-Tier, Carolyn ......,...Enqr. , ......... G-2 ,. ,G-2 ,, ..... .... S oc. , .. ....... C. .. ,. ,WG-2 .. ..... G-1 G-1 M':rs'el1er, William F Ir, .... HG-2 Marun, Ernest E ......,.... ......,G-2 Martin, Patrick A . . .... . ....... G-1 Marty, Dorothy M . Martz, Carl Eukgene . . .... G-1 ., ........... G-1 Mason. ruvh , ,. ..,Bduc. Massey. David E .. . , ,.,,.,.G-2 Mather, Donald W . .... .. ...... En r. Mathias, Henrietta M ......... .Cg-2 Matthews, Frances , Maurer. Bernard I ,. Mavrondia, Iohn A, M Maurice 1 CPI, .. ....... ,, Moyers, Evelyn . ..... . . Soc .HG-1 .,.,.G-1 ...MG-1 I ., . 1 410 Lombard Street 167 Russell Avenue ....... 1191 Dayton Street 86 Bgers Avenue .......... 1239 ellows Street. .... .. 1379 Latter Avenue ...... 11S Bodahely Court Cross Street ............ ......-1-1E-6970 .........BL-2502 ......-HE-8405 .........BL-7926 ........HB-7360 ........HE-7951 Delia Avenue ...... . .................. ...UNV 398 298 S16 Aqueduct Street ........ 937 ' 666 Sunset View Drive ............ ,JIE6359 Sumatra Avenue ........................ Bl..-2804 450 RD 3, Box 277, Barberton, O. .... SH-9705 655 E. Buchtel Avenue .................. 1-'R-2033 1271 Laird Street 1072 Schumacher Avenue 1245 Atwood Avenue 2514 Thirtieth St. SW. 2249 Quayle Drive ...... RD 2, Uniontown, O. 224 Castle Blvd. .......... . 148 Everett Avenue ..... 775 Clyde Street ...... 509 Rhodes Avenue .... Ada Street ......... 963 527 Bell Street 807 ............l'1E-8881 ........S1-141244 ......,.HE-1285 , ....... 619-2621 ........UN-1175 ..,........UN-2657 .........FR6953 ........HE-4677 ..........1E-9583 Noah Avenue ......................,..... HE-5854 1051 W. Exchange Street 129 Kent Rd., Ta lmadge, 1037 Kling Street ............UN-2212 O. ........ BL-9021 Atlas Street .............................. UN-2936 330 Richards Court 199 Ellwood Avenue 609 Grace Avenue ........... 163 N. Portage Path ........ 845 Chalker Street ........ 275 Sumatra Avenue .... Corice Street ,........B1.-8471 .........BL-4568 .........I-'Rt-0097 , .... -.-.BL-9588 .........BI.-7997 651 112 Ido Avenue ........ ...,................ B 1.-5535 181 Crescent Drive ............ - ........... FR-6460 181 Crescent Drive .......... ......... F R-6460 181 Crescent Drive .......................... FR-6450 272 Alhambra Way 2457 Eleventh St., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 431 Noah Avenue ............................ HE-5944 300 E. South Street 300 E. South Street 1340 Hite Street 1020 Chcxlxer Street 411 Silver Street , ..,...... .. 1636 Hampton Road 65 N. Balch Street ....... 682 Fultz Street ................ ........1-1E-2316 ..........IE-4055 ........HE-4215 1372 E. Market Street ........ ......... FR -7544 269 Wildwood Avenue .... 2125 Tenth St. SW. 2125 Tenth St. SW. 1390 Goodyear Blvd. ..... . 131 Beck Avenue . ......... RD 5, South Akron ........ 199 Rhodes Avenue ........ 344 Storer Avenue ......... 1093 S. Main Street 326 Lease Street ........ 326 Lease Street ............ 1915 Adelaide Blvd. 720 N. Howard Street 720 N. Howard Street 941 Owen Avenue ............ 1308 Grant Street ........ 328 Baird Street ......... 821 Iason Avenue ....... 821 Iason Avenue .......,... 180 S. Union Street ......... 242 Madison Avenue ....... 410 Celtic Street .......... 885 Iohnston Street M ,........B1.-3553 ........S1-1-5374 ..,...,,SH-5374 .........FR-0522 .HE-4320 ........SH-9342 .HE-9348 Ii.-.UN-3595 .........FR-2605 ...,.....FR-2605 ......,..BI.-8688 ..,.....HE-9764 ....,...HE-4860 ...,....1-IE-8769 .,,......IE-2915 .....----IE-2915 .....,..1'1E-1 155 ........1-IE-9221 ........SH-6368 1476 W. Market Street .................... UN-2271 254 Kenilworth Drive ....... 1077 S. Main Street ...... 194 Denver Street ...... 558 Hoye Avenue ......,.... 600 Storer Avenue ...,....... , .......... UN-4087 ........F'R-1065 ........BL-5425 ....,...HE-4741 r........1E-7979 94 Fir H111 .............................. ........ H E-0434 487 Aqueduct Street 1055 Tonawanda Avenue 614 Whitney Avenue 800 Aberdeen Street ........ 108 Kenilworth Drive 626 Pleasant Place ............ 1237 Mclntosh Avenue .... 557 Brown Street 821 Kelly Avenue 821 Kelly Avenue 1602 Newton Street ..... 1602 Newton Street ..... 124 Aetna Street ......,.. . 863 Leonard Street ...... 318 Pioneer ,................ 194 S icer Street ........... 1006 Raman Street 346 Lookout Avenue . ........ 1296 Tampa Avenue ., .... .. 180 Rose Blvd. .............. , 180 Rose Blvd. ...,.. ....... . ............FR-8972 ,..........UN-1179 ........HE-0603 ........S1-1-5727 .......,1'1E-2833 ........HE-2833 .........IE-4284 .,......BL-8062 .......,FR-3297 .........IE-5941 .....,.-,HE-4708 ............SH-3255 .........,.UN-3629 ...........UN-3629 457 Campbell Street ........ . ....... HE-9968 311 Cole Avenue 437 E. Exchange Street 1300 Dietz Avenue 72 Ido Avenue 1972 White Pond Drive . 134 Kenilworth Drive ..... 213 Malacca Street ...,, 634 Crouse Street ....,.. 70 Iewett Street 14 S. Highland .....,...,....,.I1-I-2668 ...........UN-4089 .,.........UN-2406 ...,....HE-4078 .........IE-4809 527 East Avenue .....,.................,........ FR-8432 134 N. Highland Avenue ................ FH-3378 Ndffield. Carl .........................G-1 Maytield. Iulianne ..,................G-1 Mayfield. Richard H. ..................G-2 McAllister, Ronald 1... ..................G-2 McA1onan, Elisabeth E Meena.. cumin E. -.l..'I1fIL McCann. Richard E. ..... ..... ..... McCanthey. Richard O. ........ .... Soc. G-2 Engr. McCheeney, Dorothy L. .........Grad. McClellan W. Roy ..... .... ............N.S. Mccobb. Mary J. ........... ,..,.-.--a-2 McCombe Guy Collie Ir G-2 McCormich, Betty lean McCormick, Kathryn M. .. ..... .. :KG-1 -.-G-1 McCormick. Marvin V. .... ....... .....Soc. McCoy, I. Roger ........... ............ McCracken, 1. Coulter ........ Mecuniy. Robert s. - ..... .....G-1 ......E-2 McDavid, Mary V. ... ........ ........ McDonald, Herbert G. ................ -G-2 McDonald, Marian L. ..... ..........G-2 McE1downey,'E1mer B. ..............G-1 McE1hGnY. Iames V. .. ..... ....,...... .... H. McGaughey, Donald K. ......--..G-2 McGaughey, Mary E. ............ S .... OC. McGin1ey, Resejean .... -........... McGovern. Patricia A. .... ..... .....G-2 ......G-1 McGrath, Edward I. ........ ... ..... Educ. McGrath, Iamee T. .................... -G-2 McGuire. Paul A. ..... .......... ..........G-1 Mcllroy, Irene W. .......- ...... .. ...... .,.G-1 Mclntyre, Frank ............ Mclntyre, Jack D. ...... . Mclntyre, Ralph E. .......... ,..... ..........Educ. Mclntyre, Robert K. ...,. ...... .. ....... Soc. McKieman, Horace W. .- ..... ... McKinney, Russell E. ...... ... ...... .....G-1 McLain, Iames M. .. .................... Soc. McLaren, M. Iacqueline ..... ....... -G-2 McMan1s, -Miriam R. ................. ...G-2 Mcmorrow, Iames D. ..... ..... .......G-1 Mc ullan, Arthur L. ....................G-2 McMu11in, Iames O. ...................G-2 G-1 McOuain, Geor e D. ....... ........ McShat1rey, Helen L. McSha1trey, Marjorie E. .. ..... .. ..... G-1 McSweeney, Edward A. ............ -G-1 Meade, Marjorie I. .......... ......... ...Soc. G-1 Meeks, Mar Jane .......... Meidlinger, Yoseph I. ..... ............... G71 Mendelson, Leona ........ ... ........... Educ. Mercer, Martha E. Merlitti, Rita A. .......,...... ............ Merrick, Ralph B. .... ..... ................... C. Messina. Perrine M. ...-...- .... ..Educ. Meszaros, Iulius ........ -...- .......... ..... E -2 Meg-owitz, Chaim ....... ....... ........ Grad. Mic aels, Frances Louise ,......-...G-2 Michelson, Harry E. .......... ........ ..G-2 Mikis, Iulia T. ....... ,..... ...... ....- ....... Sec. Miklashek, Doris ....... ................. .... G-1 Mikolashek, Lester I. ............-G-2 Miles, William F. ....... .... .... ...........G-l Milleman, Selma C. ...,...,. ........ Educ. Miller, Andrew Ir. ............... .. ....... G-2 Miller, Catherine Louise ...-..-...G-2 Miller, Charles C. ........ -...-..- ..... ..G-2 Miller, Dorothy M. .............. .. ........ G-1 Miller, Iames Charles .................. G-1 Miller, Iames Roland ...... .......... G -1 Miller, M. Ann .............. .......... G -1 Mills, Mary Louise .. Mills, Richard D. ..... . Mingle, Harold R. .... . Mingle, Ruth G. .......... . Minriear, Leslie 1-1. .... . Minor, Howard W. ..... . Minter, Thomas F. ..... . Misitigh, Margaret .......... ..........G-2 .........Soc. ...........E-2 ..........G-1 ..........G-1 Mitchell, Virginia N, .................... G-1 Moats, Erwin R. .............. M ........ Engr. Mohler, LaVonne M. ...... .......... G -1 Mohn, Iohn Ir. .............. .......... G -2 Mohn, Robert F. ............................ G-2 Montgomery, Paul B. .............. . Monza, A1 V. ............... . .Engr. Mooney, Howard R. .................. Grad. Moore, Bernice Ioyce ...... Moore, E. Christine ........ Moore, Harold R. ....... . ..........G-2 .. ........ G-2 ..........G-2 Moore, Iames H. .............. .......... G -2 Moore, Kenneth W. ....... ......... S oc. Moore, Robert W. .......... .......... G -1 Moreland, Harry M. .................... G-1 Moreland, Richard G. .................. E-Z Morgan, Kennett .............. .......... G -2 Morgan, Virginia K. .................... G-1 Morris, Evelyn R. ...................... Educ. Morrison, Frances L. ...... .......... G 42 Morrow, Wade H. Ir. Moskott, Carl ................ Moskovitz, Frances ..... Mueller, Mary G. ....... . Mullen, Dayton L. ......... . Mullen, Margaret G. .... . Mullin, Robert Iarnes ...... Mullin, William C. ..... . Mungo, Victor A. Murdoch, lane 1. ........ . Murphy, Glenn H. ..... . Murphy, Mary C. Musser, Betty L. ..... . Myers Barney ...... Myers George .......... Myers Leslie C. ......... . Myers M. Lucille ........ Myers, Park C. .......... . Myers, Stanley D. ....... . Mytholar, Lois C. ...... . Nachtrieb, Carl H. ..... . Neal, Charles R. ......... . Nealis, Cathleen V. Neely, lane E. ......... . Nett, Richard W. ......... . Neidemire, Ned C. ..... . Neil, Iohn G, ............... . Nelson, Max .................... ... Nicholas, Delbert G. ...... .......... G -1 Nichols, Ernest E. ....... . Nichols, Iohn W. ....... ..... . Nielsen, Margaret C. .... . ..........G-2 ..........G-2 , ............ H. ..........G-l ..........G-1 ..........G-1 ..........G-1 ..........G-2 .........Soc. ..........G-1 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 .........Soc. ..........G-1 .........Soc. ..,.......G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-2 ..........G-1 ..........G-2 ..........G-1 .. ........... H. ..........G-1 . .......... G-1 Nixon, Vir inia 1. ...... .............. G -1 Nixon, Waier T. ........................ Engr. Noel, Dana E. ..............,............... Sec. Noffsinger, Frank E. Ir. ................ E-2 Norman, L. Glenn .................... Grad. Novakovich, Violet M. M. ........ G-1 Nowels, Sara M. ......,.... ., ........... Educ. Noyes, Mary Gene ...................... Soc. Nurches, Orpheus ........ .......... E duc. N urches, Paul S. ...... .......... E ngr. .106 Russell Avenue 36 Kuder Avenue - 36 Kuder Avenue ... ----------HE-7787 iso s. Union sum: 506 Woodt d A 528 Sunnetalxliewvlgi-ig: ' 262 Gordon Drive ........ 1365 Pondview Avenue 675 Moreley Avenug mn gg5NWvI.ien9 Street ...... - S isa? Na:th'1s.e.':" ..--..... 4-..... --------IENiS58 'diisoi 112 Marvin Avenue .................,,,, 4 38 ---.---.-...UN-4035 ......BL-5848 .-...IE-6975 -----.-..........FR-8754 581 Merview Avenu-ei.:-'l:::.':H-0670 1945 sixth st. sw. ..... "' ...............DSH-3398 g?5v5'loE1dal Avenue ..... - S 1159 mlklggeaggrmczeat .............S1-I-4852 ......BL-3267 -.L-.l.-.......BL-6984 651 Lovers Lane ........... .......,,.,.,,,,,BL,5347 404 Catawba Avenue 1... 404 Catawba Avenue ..... 505 Leda Place 68 Ido Avenue 1074 Avon Street .... ........ ..............FR-1664 .......- ..... PR-1664 ...WA-5850 1074 Avon Street ............:'mm" WA-5350 325 Grand Avenue ............ ...UN4166 S31 Vinita Avenue .,.........,::::2,,,HE,5594 1380 Goodyear Blvd. ..... 5320 eopdyem Blvd. ...-...,....T.""'m'l254 Beardsleg Street ..... ..... .....HE-1254 ..............FR-8478 Watson treet . .......... .. ...... .. ....... FR-4619 Lawton Street McKinley Avenue ..........,...........IE-4970 Melrose Street ............ ....... .......1"R-0293 465 894 gg Melrose Street ...-.... ............... -FR-0293 547 351 E. Buchtel Avenue 1145 Laurel Avenue 773 Bell Street 610 East Avenue . 74 Belvidere Way .......... 93 Dick Avenue .... .......... ........................BL-6669 ........................4HI-I-3579 .............4..FR-7997 ................UN43380 340 Th B kl ds ............ ........... - 580 Wilziwoxoog Aczznue ..... ...... .. .... 1003 Concord Avenue ......................HE-6875 82 Grand Avenue ..... .................. HE-1761 ' az cmd A ,-...,..-.jIII1-is-1 1953 W. Mariiltugtreet .......,...........1-IE-0722 2377 E. M k S .................... - 610 .Crosb1?rS?:eetu?.:f...--..- ........... gg-gig 256 Berry Avenue 1315 Girard Street ..................,.........FR-2306 1351 Bellows Street ........ 1291 Sawyer Avenue 66 Frances Avenue Stephens Road ........ .. ....... BL-2902 Carlysle Street ......................BL-4028 Crestwood Avenue .............,..HE-3578 Crosby Street .,...... .BL-7934 gig armani Road -....-.....'l"..r-'a-ozsa Madison Avenue 1019 Co ley Road ............... .............F1't-9792 507 Euc11d Avenue ...-. 136 Ira Avenue Cop1eY. O. ..... ...... ...FR-4473 444 wmow street ....... - .... - ...... -.-In-17435 376 N..Firestone Blvd. .... .. ..............FRA6439 1101 Riverside Drive ........... .. ....... WA-8472' 718 Fraze Avenue .................... ....... BL-5895 1757 Shaw Avenue ..........................IE-7230 552 Archwood Avenue 1496 Huguelet Street --- -----N----BL-1443 1265 Laird Street ................. .... .... .......IB-5991 73 Corson Avenue .. ........ ........... ..... U N-4041 659 Sunset View Drive ....... ....,......IE-8501 Mineola Avenue .......... .. ........1'IE-9073 W. Exchange Street Harrison Avenue - Storer Avenue ........... ...............FR-2485 478 648 H d S IE 71 arvar treet ...,..... ...... ............. - avs - Sl-1298 B05 438 E. Thornton Street ............. ...... .FR-7475 1094 Herberich Avenue 394 Douglas Street .... ..... 394 Douglas Street ..... 598 Blaine Avenue ......... 345 E. North Street RD 1, Kent, O. ........JE-4353 ........-IE-4353 .... ..... BL-1867 W. Thornton Street ........... .....HE-2776 B h St t ............... aug man ree HE Kenmore Blvd. ........... . 616 967 890 Fess Avenue ............ .................. 809 ..........,...SH-2272 734 Montana Avenue ..... .............. .SH-2053 1111 Laird Street 367 ' Clinton Avenue ...... ............... ...BL-5590 Clinton Avenue ....... Princeton Street .........BL-6590 Dorchester Road ............... .........IE-6680 367 827 827 Princeton Street 694 118 Dawes Avenue ....... .. 194 ..........BL-9890 Spicer Street .................. ..........IE-5941 86 W. Wilbeth Road 802 W. Exchange Street ....... .........FR-9444 55 Mayfield Avenue .................... -UN-1336 1163 Big Falls Avenue 39 Arch Street ............................. .., .... FR-2101 652 Philips Avenue .. ..... ....... .... -9285 1035 Ackley Street ..... ........ ........ ..... gg-4695 1061 Schumacher Avenue ............HE-6705 381 Merriman Road ....... ....- .... .......HE-1537 Morning View Avenue .......,...BL-2728 FR-8359 Diagonal Road .............. ....-Z-HE-2630 585 618 Copley Road ..... ...... ........,... 688 778 E. Market Street ...... 1206 Andrus Street 47 S ruce Street .. ..... HE-2375 726 Harvard Street ........... ........-...-BL-6568 1726 Preston Avenue ....... ........ ...... BL-3490 494 Letchworth Drive ............ ....... HE-6881 811 W. Exchange Street ............ .... BL-7368 81 E. Archwood Avenue ..........,.....HE-7225 87 Iewett Street ....... .. .......... .............FR-8304 281 Wheeler Street ..... ....... ,..... ....... BL-4846 442 Lindenwood Avenue ........ ...... ,HE-4461 643 Patterson Avenue ,..... 484 Vine Street 1610 Ham ton Road ........ ..... FR-6009 353 Douglas Street ..... ............ ...... ,....IE-1005 1115 Murray Avenue .. ..... ,..... ....... W A-3483 301 Sumatra Avenue ..... ..... ...........HE-4350 702 Upson Street ....... .... ...................HE-3865 418 Douglas Street ..... ..... .......... HE-6058 47 Kent Street 431 Frazier Avenue ....... .....,..........1'1E-0183 194 S icer Street ..... ......... ................IE-5941 714 Thayer Street ..... ......... ....... ..... ..BL-7367 22 Bachtel Avenue .... .....................HB-9694 Route 1, Mogadore, O. ........... ..... MA-1183 30 S. Adams Street .. ..... - .............. .FR-2276 530 Delaware Avenue .... ... .. ....... BL-6876 561 Hoye Avenue 561 Hoye Avenue fy -0' fir-1 fx :afl- f"N ..if:'?f" A w -xzvzt: ' -fi I, I f rf ' I ff 1 4' . 14 ,fp if i ? I 5 I 9 . I Q' ! if 1 , F Q J Q Q 1 L n I 7 F 4 1 s ,ifi 5 5 4 .. 31- D ,- -V -on 'GQ ' 1 ,454 1-"' 'A 'r Z uw ,Q 'a , s ff H xxx' xg Y X N X., ,gsf .f I N, -. -'f'S7.?i Ni! :Zig E , x x L! X? ' 1 N-2-'L 5 :gg "Spa-'a-5. , .. 1-QU' Li .11 -A fi: 'ELAN Q . ix, 5 4: I ' . 5- -1.4 'I QA Q9 I mar 1 71 -Q-can l -i 7 ff' jfypjn HJ 2415 E. Market Street ..... Oakes. Ardis H. ..... ..,,.... .., ........ ...G-1 Oatley. Levis M. ... ....., ...Me .... .G-1 Oberlin. Ruth L .... ..... ...,. ...... Educ. O'Brien, K. Eileen -.. ...,... ..... ........ Soc. O'Srien. Mary lane --..-.. ..... Educ. O'Connor. Richard I. L ..... -...- ..... E-2 Ogonovrski. Edvard P. .......,..,.,, .G-2 Obl. Roberta May e ..,... . ....,.......,. ..G-2 Olegar, Peter R. ........ ., ......... Engr. Olhoett. Ieanne L. ..... . ...- ..,,, ...G-2 Olin, Carroll L. .... - ....... ...,. - .... Soc . Ondecker. Andy M. ........ .,....... E duc. O'Neil Rosemary R, .... .. ......... G-2 Or-curt, H. Dale - ,..... ..... ,........ G- 1 Orr, Dale T. ...c.- ........ ..,..... . . ..... ..G-1 Orr. Dell I. .............. -- .................... G-1 Osborne Glennie Iane ....... - ....... G-1 lnman, Ieanne A. ............. ......... G- 2 Osmun, Robert G. ,. .... ......... G- 2 Owens. Iames I. ........... ....... . .G-2 Owens. Thomas H. - ..... . ...... ..C. Pahle Margaret P. ...... . .....,. Sec. Palmer Iean K .............., ......... G- 2 Palmieri. Richard .... ........... .., .,... G-2 Panich. George ..,...... ...H ....... - ....... G-1 Pappano. Ioseph Anthony ..-..Educ. Pappano, Ioseph Anthony ..... -...G-1 Pappas. Paul ..... - .......... ...... 5 .. ,........ G-2 Pnuin. Ierome M. ...- ............... ..,.G-1 Parenti, Iuliette R. .. ,........ ......... G rad. Parenti, Rolland E. .......... ........ S ec. Parseghian, Gerard A. ............. ...E-2 Parsons Faith E. ....... -...-. .... Pascu, Charles ..... .......... ........ . G-1 Paskal. Ierome ...... ....,... ......... G- 1 Pastorius, Harry H. ....... .. ,..- .... .E-2 Pastorius, Rosalie Mae ,......- ..... ,G-2 Pastuck, Russell -W ................ ..- ..,.. G-1 Patella, Dominic ....... ................. B duc. Patrino, Anthony V. ..... ... .... ,.....G-2 Patterson. Grace A. ..... ..-...-G-2 Patton. Philip I. ......... .... .... N.S. Pavlov Mike ................... ......... G- 2 Pence, Mayford E. ....... -..,...G-1 Pender. Franklin B. ..... ......... G- 1 Perry, Lucy E. ... ........ ..,,..... G- 2 Perry, Manuel ................. -..-..-...G-1 Perri. Thomas H. ...- ............... -1-:ngr. Pers ing, Kathryn B. ....... ......... G- 2 Pesoan, George .....-..-... ........ ..E-2 Pesuit, Walter ...................,, ,...,. . .,G-2 Peterson. Herbert R. ....,,. - ....... G-1 Petley, Iean E. ..... , ........ ......... G -2 Petrochuk. Martha ....... ..G-2 Pettit. Willis R. ........r ............. G- 1 Pettry, Dale K. ........... ......... E ngr. Pettry, Naomi V. .........,. ......... G -1 Pfeiffer, George F. ....... .... - ...G-1 Phillips, Eugene W. .... ........ S oc. Phillips, Hewes ................ - ...-...Soc. Pisch, Pete I. ....... -....- ....... - ......... G-1 Ploziak, George H. .... , ...,...... .G-1 Ploenes, Elizabeth A. ...- .......,,...... ..H. Pollack, Mrs. Helen S. ...- .......,,. .G-1 Pollak, Mildred E. ...- ........... - ..... G-1 Pope. Iohn T. ...- .....,................... Engr. Popiel, Victor I. .......... -. .........,,.,. G-2 Fgrfedo, Veto Albert ....... .....-... G' 1 Porter, Donald K. ...- .... ..------- E ngr. Porter, D Marie ......... ......... G -2 .,.....,.G-2 Ports, Robert E. .... . Post, Emerson S. . ..... . Poston, Douglas A. .,..... ........, G -2 Pculion, William I. ........................ G-1 Powers, Thomas A ....,....,............ G-1 Prempert, Marilyn Eleanor ........ G-2 Protheroe, Howard T. ..... ...... ....... . . H. Psihos, Harry P. ............r. ...----,---.-- G -1 Puik, Ienme E. ........... ........, G -2 Quigley, Robert I. ......- NG-1 Quirk, I. Laurence ........ .G-1 Rachel. Alexander ........ .G-1 Raifath, Iune M. ....... .,....... G -2 Ramicone, Louis ...,... ......... E duc. Rai-ikinbPaul1dMH ..... .......... C2 p, ona . ....... ......... - Rggvls, Marion E. ..... ........ H . Ray, Ernest .- .......... ---.--- - G-2 Reaven, Albert ..... .,.. ,...G-l Reich. Iacob L. ---- Reid, Ruth ........ N ..... --------- G -1 Reidy, Robert I. . ....... . ....,... Sec. Reinfelcl, Alice Rae ..... ..r,.--. - G-1 Reinhart, Gertrude E. ....... ..G-2 Reining, Conrad ............. ....-.--4.- H - Relich, Milcie ..- ....... 9 --------. G-2 Relich, Sophie ........... - .... .--.-.-.- G -1 Remington, Iosexh I. ..... ..e ..... G-2 Renfrew, Mary . ......... .M -.--.-.-- G-2 Renner, Doris E. ............ - ..... ..Educ. Renner, Evelyn L. ......, - ............. SOC- Renninger, Vemon L, ..., - ......... G-2 Reznek, Walter ....... .. .......... ......... G -2 Rhoades, Charles E. ..,.... ......... G -1 Rice, Sarah E. ....-.- ...... -,. . ..... ...G-1 Richards, Gale L. ..... ..........-.,.------ -WH- Richards, Oscar C. ...- ...... N ..-....-- G-1 Richardson, Ieannette M. - .... Educ. Richie, Lucie M, -.- ....................... -G-2 Ricker, Thomas B. .....,..,... ........ G -1 Riddle, Dallas E. ...W ...... ,.......--.---.. G -2 Rieker, Iane L. ,......, ................. Grad. Rieker, Marthabell .., ...... ............. G -2 Ries, Wilma L. ............ ................... G-2 Rilfle, Robert R. .... ......,. G -2 Rifkin, Doris I. .... . Ritkin, Lillian I. . . , ........ G-2 Riggle, Clyde D. ...... ,....... G -1 Ftipp, Kath n M. .. ....... ............ G -1 Robbmx, Ezalard H. ........ ...,.... G rad. Roberts, Norman A. ....... - .,........... G-2 Robertson, Margaret I. ......-.--.-.--. G-1 Robinson, Arthur L. ..., ..... ........ . G-2 Robinson, Ioe H. ............ .... - ...G-1 Robson, Bett L. ........ .... ,........ G - 1 Rodgers, WiHiam A. ..,- ,..... .... ..... G - 1 Rggqfg, Ben H. ..,.. ........ .. ........,.. Educ. Rpggfg, Mrs. Iule ...... ....-.,....Educ. Rogen, K Iane-...- ........ ...........H. Rogers, Vernon A. ............,.. ,. ...... G-2 Rogers, William B. Ir. .... -.....-...N.S. Ro rich, Clarence G, Ir. ...- ...... .E-2 Romig, Pauline C. ...- ...............,.. .G-2 Rootes. Harold A. ., .... .. Enqr. Rosenthal, David ..... .,..G-2 2054 Eiihteenth Street ..... 917 Pec ham Street .......... .... ....,. 5.116764 ........1E-2566 'ms wen sim: me.-- ......... -.-..-...1s-iiss 32 Aqueduct Street 32 Acigueduct Street 1301 ront St.. Cuyahoga Fallswtg. 496 i:iaHsa'ia't'xu:la5a'T1i11111i1i1i1Q1i1i1...iE32 907 Battles Avenue ...... 1158 Third Avenue ........ ...........SH-6383 ..,.........1E-7543 821 Avon Street .....,........... ...,....... F R-2260 1183 Mercer Avenue .....,. . ........ -FR-8551 1223 Laird Street .. ..... .,..........,........ - BL-5592 14 Guth Terrace .,..................,.,...,..... IE-8642 1085 Mt. Vernon Avenue 58 Dodge Avenue ........ .......,... ......... B L -7755 58 Dodge Avenue . ............ .. ......... BL-7755 1484 Redwood Avenue 441 Bertsch Terrace ...,..,., 1861 Marks Avenue 84 Rhodes Avenue 66 E. Brookside Avenue 210 S. Portage Path .... .. ....,......l-'R-4580 ...........HE-8744 203 S. Balch Street ............ ............ I E-7793 599 N. Main Street ......... ................... BL-1000 2173 Fourth St. SW. 106 Gale Street . ........,...................... FR-8760 E. Tallmadge Avenue ............ HE-1589 W. Exchange Street Sumner Street .....,........ ......,,... H E-9410 508 795 482 670 Elma Street 670 Elma Street 851 Longview Avenue 1060 Iefierson Avenue ,,,,., . ......... U N-2355 157 Highpoint Avenue ...... ,,.,, ...... H E -1764 269 W. Exchange Street ................ HE3873 191 Colony Crescent ......., 105 Fulton Street 672 Moon Street 64 S. High Street ..... 378 Iulien Avenue ...- 922 Baird Street ......,. 705 Weber Avenue ..., 511 Edgewood .........,.... 2685 Conrad Avenue 988 Nome Avenue ..... 338 Scott Avenue 213 Euclid Avenue ..., 536 Watson Street ..... 1410 Bryden Drive .... 248 Stanton Avenue ..... 180 S. Union Street 190 Arlington Street ...... 977 Whittier Avenue ,.... 120 Kelly Court 915 Kenmore Blvd. ..... . 279 Kelly Avenue .......,.. 279 ........lE-1214 ...........FR-8144 ...........BL-7003 ..........HE-0308 ........lE-8240 ......--1E-8429 ...........BL-7410 ...........HE-6865 .,.........BL-3579 ......,.,.UN-1679 .........,.FR-2003 ...,,.....HE-7936 ...,.......BL-8858 .........,.SH-2848 ...........HE-8332 Kelly Avenue .............. ........... H E-8332 189 N. Adolph Avenue .,.... 975 Iefterson Avenue ........ 1056 Dietz Avenue ........ 575 Patterson Avenue ...... ...........BL-4886 .......,..HE-8277 ........-UN-2061 ............IE-3783 ..........HE-7023 572 Orlando Avenue ................. . ..., UN-4234 112 Atlas Street ......,... ,, .......,......,,, UN-2347 1049 Whittier Avenue ...... 527 Lindell Street ...,..... 1229 Lakeside Avenue 346111 Cuyahoga Street ..........HE-3480 .,......,..FR-1507 1008 Avon Street ....,........... ........ I E-4494 1736 Brown Street . ........... ............ I E-4675 458 Fernwood Drive ..............,.......,. HE-1738 1214 W. Wilbeth Road ..,.....,......,.. SH-5462 2032 Thirteenth Street 1105 Neptune Avenue 404 Livingston Street ........ ........... H E-9775 1224 Laird Street 709 Wellesley Avenue .................... HE-9753 Albany Avenue 214 133 E. Mapledale Avenue 315 W. Miller Avenue 1419 Honodle Avenue ..... 877 Kelly Avenue ..........Bl..-7533 ...........FR-7484 1160 Cadillac Blvd. ........................ HE-7037 1219 Collinwood Avenue ........,... WA-5366 1599 Hillside Terrace .................... BL-2940 762 Wall Street 750 Glendora Avenue ...,. ........... F R-4081 52 Rosalind Court 284 Noah Avenue ......... ........... B L-4552 237 Wildwood Avenue 995 Eva Avenue ...e ..... 144 Myers Avenue ........ 74 E. Youtz Avenue ..... 692 Madison Avenue 135 E. South Street ...- 131 N. Case Avenue ..... 131 N. Case Avenue ..... 809 Weber Avenue ........ 5833 Marks Avenue ..... ...........B1..-8009 .......,....lE-8455 ...........BL-3591 .....,.....BL-5638 ...........BL-2509 ..........,BL-2509 .....,....HE-9035 ...........BL-2708 Hamlin Street ............. ........... B L-9552 913 Hamlin Street ............................ BL-9552 137 E. Brookside Avenue ............ FR-3471 945 Minota Avenue 2773 Moming View Avenue ............ FR-6058 Cuyahoga Street 1235 Sevilla Avenue 1182 Brown Street ..... 500 lnman Street 100 Bittman Street 429 Sumatra Avenue ...... 315 Noah Avenue .......... 2177 Fifth St., SW ...... 2177 Fifth St., SW .......... 1780 Manchester Road ..... 484 W. Market Street 1022 Valdes Avenue ........ 1022 Valdes Avenue ......... 212 Gale Street ............. 478 Sumner Street 105 Conger Avenue ...........BL-4656 .HE-4588 ..........FR-1605 ..........SH-6194 ..........SH-6194 ...........BL-1304 ........IE-3059 ........IE-3059 ........IE-8676 Box 498, Route 1 .............. ........... FR -0025 1503 Huguelet Street 580 Eastland Avenue 386 Buckin ham Street ................ BL-5660 1294 Ononczugo Avenue ..,............. FR-2807 80 Hawthome Avenue ...IE-5369 486 Douglas Street .................... 2029 W. Market Street ..... ...... ...UN-4214 839 Carlysle Street ....... .. 249 Miles Street ..e.......BL-2340 79 N. Union Street ...........,.,. -.......H'E-2662 1526 W. Exchange Street ..... ...... .....UN-1251 1445 Della Avenue ......4..............UN-3672 995 Laurel Avenue ........ .... ..... ...... IE-1409 829 W. Market Street Rosenthal, Harold .......... Rosenthal Harry L. ..... Ross, Richard .... ......................... . ..-G-2 ...N.S: ....G-2 Ross, Francis B. ..... .... .. ...... .......... . E-2 Ross. Iames N. ....... .. ........... ..... . ..Soc. Ross. Marg Elizabeth tBettyl Educ. Rossiter. eva E. ........................ -G-2 Roundy, Laura E. .... ................ Educ. Roush. Paul A. ............................ N.S. Rousomanolt. Robert B. ..... ..... E duc. Rowe, Mary E. ................................ G-1 Ruman, Anna M. ......... ........... S oc. Russell, Anna S. ............ ........ G -2 Russell, Robert C. ............. ........... C . Ruth, Mrs. Estelle F. ....... ..... ...... H . Rutlraslri, Bernard I. Sabgir, Harry .....,.... Saba, Virginia ..,...... .. Salko, Eleanor A. Sager, Rex E. ............... . St. Iohn, Charles Sallu, Evelyln M. Samaras, T ornas Samartzi, Lillian E. P. ....... i5'f"'fIIfI III .........G-2 ........Educ. G-1 ...,.G-l ,.....G-2 G 2 .....G-l .....G-2 .....G-l Sandberg, Betty .............. .Educ. Sanderson, R. Bruce ....,............. Soc. Sankey, Iames R. ......... ..... G -1 Sarb, Annita C. ........ ..... G -1 Sass, Beatrice ........ .Educ. Saurer, Kathryn ......... Saus, Margaret B. ....... Savage, Richard W. .............. . Schaefer, Frederic C. Schaeller, Roger D. Schaller, Alice ............ Scheifler, Lois Iane ....... Schick, Marie Louise ....... ..,. Schiller, Mary ..... . ....................,,. .....G-2 . .... G-2 ......,.....Grad. .Educ. .....G-2 ,....N.S. .....G-2 Schlichting, Hans L. ............... .Grad. Schlobohm, Kenneth W. .,............ G-2 Schmid, Robert L. ............. ........, G -1 Schmidt, Arthur W. ..... . Schmidt, Henry P. ............. Schneider, Edwin R. ......, Schneider, Henry .........,..,........ Schneiderman, Sam S. Schneidler, Ioe W. ........... Schoettel, Gabriella ..... Schoettel, Ted ...................., ..., Scholder, Maxine A. ....,..,,..... . Schoonover, Ray M. ........,..... . Schueneman, William R. . .,., .. Schur, Elizabeth M. .. ............,. . Schwall, Chester F. Ir. Schwartz, ,Betty C. .........,.....,.. . Schwartz, Eleanor B. ...,........ . Schweikert, Mary Ellen ...,..... Schweikert, William R. Scott, Anna P. ................... Scott, M. Kathleen ....... Secrest, Robert S. .... . Seese, A. Ray ........ Seib, Karl E. ............ . Seiler, Donald I. ..... . Seiler, W. Albert ....... Selby, Barbara S. .... . Selby, William L. Sellers, Iames ................. Semegen, Steve T. ...... . Semonin, Leo I. ............ . Senuta, Mike .......,....................., Seymour, Margaret M. Shatter, Iane ...........,,,,... Shallcross, Iean E. ...... . Shanazar, Grace A. ..., . Shane, Betty I. ...,.... . .....G-2 .....G-2 .....G-2 .....G-l .....G-l . .... G-1 .....G-l .....G-2 .....G-l .....G-2 .....G-2 .....G-l ........,..,Engr. .....G-l Educ. .....G-l ....N.S. , .,.. G-1 .....G-2 ....Soc. .....G-2 .....G-l ....N.S. ....Soc. .....G-l ....Soc. ....N.S. . ....... Sec, ..Engr. ....Soc. .........Educ. . ........ G-2 Shapiro, Ted C. ....,.. ,..., G -2 Shdul, Theodore ........... ..Engr. Shaver, Phyllis A. ....... ..,.......... G -1 Shaw, Amy Louise ..... ......... E duc. Shaw, Eleanor G. ..................., Educ. Sheppard, Wilma B. Sherman Blanche B. Sherman, Faith ............. Sherry, Pauline M. .,.... . Shipman, Iames I. ..,... . Shipman, Kathryn G. . Shively, Margaret H. Sho1't L ' ion, outs ......,.,...... Shook, Gerald D. ......... . Shook, Martha E. .... . Shriner, E. Ruth .,.,,,..... Shroyer, Ianet E, . ,..,..... Shryock, Fern Lucille Sift, Alvin S. - ...... ,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Siff, Ieanne V. .............. . Siladie, Iohn ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Silagi, Iohn David ........ .....G-l .....G-2 .Educ. .....G-l .........G-2 .....G-l .....G-l .....,E-2 .....G-2 . ..., G-2 .....G-2 .....G-2 , .... G-1 ....... G-1 ffIfQG-2 1 Silver, Sarah ......,............. ..... G - Silverman, Edward D. ,..... ......... G -1 Simmons, Beverly I. ..,. ......... G -1 Simmons, Smith H. ...,.. . Simonetti, Carmel M. Simonetti, Frank l.. ...... . Simpson, Oscar T. .... . Singer, Singlet Sipes, Siplow, Sisler, Sisler, Slader, Robert R. ..... . on, Mary Sue .... Richard R. .... . Evelyn R. Betty Iane ...... William C. Helen Marie .... Slee, Walter F. ...,....,..,, . Slonczenski, Edward V. Slusher, Slusser Slusser, William F. ..... . Betty Iane ........ Harris W. Slusser, William D. ..... . Smanto, Mary .............. Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, D. Gordon ...... Douglas L. Edgar H. .........,. . Genevieve R. Helen A. ........ . .........,.Soc. ........G-2 .........Com. ........G-2 , ....... G-2 ..........,Soc. ........G-l ........G-l . ,...... G-1 .......G-l ......,.G-1 ........G-l G-1 ....G-2 ...N.S. .. .G-2 ....G-2 .....G-2 Educ. Smith, Ioseph M. ....., .... G -1 Smith, Iosephine H. .... .... G -2 Smith, Marguerite E. ..,..... ........ G -2 Smith, Marjorie Elaine ......,......... G-1 Smith, Marjorie Elsie .................... G-2 Smith, Mary Elizabeth ..........,..... G-1 Smith, Michael .................... ........ G -2 Smith, Patricia M. L. ................., G-1 Smith, Philip ..................... ...N.S. Smith, Robert R. ........ ,.......... C . Snyder, Carl E. .... ............ G -2 Snyder, Frank D. ....,.., .,..,... E ngr. Snyder, Ioseph E. ...... ,,.N,S, Snyder, Robert D. .... ........ G -1 Snider, Sue E. ............ ....... H . So eck, Harr C. ...... ........... H . Sockel, Earl ...... ........... C . Sophie, Helen ....... .,...... G -1 'Q 685 Moon Street 689-Moon Street 1581 Hillside Terrace ...... 42 N. Adolph Street ..... 46 Mt. View Avenue ....... 177 Locust Street .......... 1144 Wyley Avenue 33W. Lowell Avenue . 36 429 Stanton Avenue 243 102 389 730 227 794 S 633 1284 Atwood Avenue Moon Street Belvidere Way ..... M-. .im ...........IE-2552 .........1-IE-2379 ..........BL-1556 .WA-6653 ..........HE-8846 Wooster Avenue ........ .......... F R-0435 S. Case Avenue ........ . ........... IE-8664 Cuyahoga Street ..... ........... I E-0226 Fern Street ................. ........... I E-6835 Archwood Avenue ...... .......... F R-0556 Carlysle Street ..... ...........IE-9604 686 Hammel Street ..... ...BL-0870 289' N. Firestone Blvd. .... .......... F R-1048 297 Grace Avenue .......... .......... F R-3081 882 Saxon Avenue 53111 Emerlinq Avenue .......... ....... . FR-2573 549 Brown Street ....... , .... .... I E-1708 1158 Sunset View Drive ................ UN-4635 675 Orlando Avenue ........1E-9672 1540 Preston Avenue .. 813 Davis Street ...... 2296 Eleventh Street ...... 1 14 Cole Avenue 425 Palm Avenue ...... 704 Oxford Street ..... Gage Street 301 542 671 114 160 Rhodes Avenue 315 850 164 Roselle Avenue ...... Sumner Street . ..... . W. Burns Avenue ..... ..........HE-2563 ...FR-5047 ..........SH-6546 ..........HE-5283 .......,..HE-1386 ...JE-8754 ....lE-6402 .WA-1303 W. Market Street ...... .......... H E-1468 N. Howard Street ...... .......... H E-6287 S. Balch Street ...... 2518 East Avenue .......... 922 Oakland Avenue . ......... HE-6773 ..........SH-6854 172 Oakdale Avenue ....... ...FR-8294 369 Harris Street ' 1040 Neptune Avenue ..,... ...FR-9397 553 Douglas Street ..... ........... B 1.-0071 358 Mission Drive ....... .... I E-9374 383 Trigonia Drive . .......... ...FR-6072 383 Trigonia Drive .N .........,. ........... F R-6072 310 Storer Avenue .............. .,........ U N-2940 418 Drexel Avenue 778 Chalker Street R.D. 6, Box 329 ................ .,........ H E-8518 113 W. Burns Avenue .................... WA-6454 164 W. Market Street .................... IE-2032 172 Casterton Avenue ......... ........ 150 Byers Avenue ........ 150 Byers Avenue ........ 27 Brittain Road ...BL-9607 ..........HE-2803 ..........HE-2803 78 Carson Avenue ............ .......... U N-3359 808 Bloomiield Avenue ..,............. UN-2720 756 Polk Avenue 1015 Leroy Avenue ........ ............ I E-2873 239 N. Firestone Blvd. ..... ........... F R-4306 239 N. Firestone Blvd. ..... ........... F R-4306 632 Payne Avenue ....... 343 Monroe Street 1352 Marcv Street ........ 515 Sherman Street . ....... ..,... . 326 Abel Street Iohnston Street 215 944 806 472 840 696 959 Stadelman Avenue 1530 Preston Avenue ...........BL-3870 ........IE-9788 .....IE-7205 Millwood ,Avenue Y ...... .......... S H-9072 Chalker Street ............ ........ F R-6562 E. Buchtel Avenue Longview Roselle Avenue ......... ,,,,,, .,,., H E -5344 ........... FR-3336 ........BL-7553 959 Dopler Avenue ......... 822 Hardesty Blvd. ........ ......... I E-1786 361 Bacon Avenue .,........... ,,.,,,, F R-1120 1297 California Avenue 456 Grace Avenue ............ ......,., I E-4850 130 Roswell Street 11322 W. Exchange Stre et ............UN-3339 Moreley Avenue ........................ BL-5951 704 Moreley Avenue ......... ........... B L-5951 869 Oakland Avenue ...... ........... H E-4942 414 Pine Street ............. ......... . .BL-2813 232 Castle Blvd. .......... .......... U N-4497 668 Kenmore Blvd. ...... ........... H E-1373 229 Berry Avenue ...... ,....... .... I E -7956 1100 Berwin Street ......... ......... W A-6944 488 Bacon Avenue ........... ........... B L-4471 502 Vinita Avenue ........................ HE-5842 630 Delaware Avenue ........ .,...... I E-4036 1325 Brown Street 308 Sams Court 638 Euclid Avenue 98 N. Portage Path ........... , ........., BL-2834 211 Westwood Avenue 724 Kolb Street 292 Dean Street 94 Fir Hill ...................,...... .,HE-0434 1030 Sixth Avenue' , 194 Spicer Street ..... .... .... I E -5941 987 Whittier Avenue .... ..,....... H E-8392 194 Spicer Street ......... .... I E-5941 323 Noble Avenue ..... ,..... . ........... FR -1935 172 Kenilworth Drive ...... ..UN-1330 172 Kenilworth Drive ....... .,........ U N-1330 601 Camp Street 231 Tudor Avenue .......... ...BL-8864 317 Turner Street 898 Packard Drive 663 Polk Avenue ............................., SH-5369 576 Blaine Avenue ..SH-4750 2193 Twenty-Second Street ........ 772 Carpenter Street 545 lnman Street 104 Byers Avenue ...... .......... FR -3287 108 Fir Hill ............. .......... F R-4687 350 Cloverdale ................................ HE-1178 291 Cross Street .,.............................. IE-3770 590 Orchard Ave., Barberton, Ohio 105 S, Balch Street ........................ FR-9381 322 Torrey Street 982 Chalker Street ....... ........... I E-5963 1169 Harpster 105 S. Balch Street 788 Grant Street 294 Talbot Avenue 788 Grant Street ..,........ 855 Ardmore Avenue ....... 749 Polk Avenue 91 Vesper Street ..... 659 Fouse Avenue 52 Cambridge ............ 411 Grand Avenue ..... 149 Portage Drive 786 Bellevue Avenue ....... ........ 117 Hall Street ..........FR-9381 ..HE-3966 HE-8847 ........'fUN-2436 ...........1E-isss ..........Bi.-sasa .........UN-2462 ..........FR-8793 ..HE-4029 I P' ,- Q R V mm s' x H . X C 9 1 i' H 4' 'A an . K- 0 tlprvzx . I s- w., "" W Sn I , Q 5 -a , -xl .JV I 'N 9 .V ' Q -Q - ,, -Q 4 f' V, A iw - . WV . ' . V If .RK W '1- . " , V , x-4' 'U' F ' , H , V4 ' f ' . ' " - , Y' G - xx V X z L- -' X N' , 'I Q , 1 '. V 5 - 1:3 t A ll .Y Vw A V N V 4 . wi.. 1 L. - 4 . ' fn ' " - W Q 4. VV . Y 4,,,,.5' V KV 'V V n ,,1., , ' . 4 ""r"v"' 44 .n 2' ..., M ' Q, M4 1 1 m - ...... ...- ,,..... , M ,,,,. ...-..... W.-.4.,..4f.-. . ... M. W... .gn ..., -,.g..3g.L L- Q.. w in L. F ...K as-unhuukhnllv-Ill ...n m-wk 4 . V ... . 2 QW-7 ..-V uw' V 5 - f, A M., 'H , X , ' , - 5 , 1 gi, '13 L., L' ,,.....f" ' ' N .NM--W 9,0 it ww, - sg 4 Lwrm- ,Jmfvm 1 . ., ,,..-MIX ,.hc..+ ' 5 ' .,,. 5 , .5 , WV V 5, N, 'nv dir f , -wi , X-, If lui! 222 Power Street .............. Souers. Gertnade K. .............Educ. Spayne. Raymond L ...-.......G-1 Spegal. Gloria S. .....................G-1 Spiunas. Dale V. ............. .... ..G-1 Sprankle, William G. .....-..-...-Gs2 Spnnkle. Dallas L ,..........-,..E Squires. Clarence R. ..-............. Staiger. Anna K. ....-.-.,-...--J'I.S. Staiger, Walter I. .....................-G-2 Stan. Ruth B. .....-- .... c.....-.G-1 Stanford. Iames L ....-,..........Sec. Stankard. Helen M. .,..L ...... .....-G-1 Stankard. Iamee M. Ir. ... Stanstield. Iames E. -....-..,....c.- Starkey, Charles W. ...-............G-2 ""5"cTi Stastny, Clara M. ............----Soc. Staudt. Robert C. .........- ....... -.......E-2 Steele. Donald .--............... ..... -.-G-2 Stefty. Rusell I. -........-...-..Eng. Stehler, George ...-...-, .... ..- ,,.,,. . 2 Stem. Seymour .....-....- ...... Stern, Charles W. ..-..- ....,..... ..... 2 Stern. Sanford ...,- .... ..- ...... .........C. Sternberg. Leonard -.-..- ................. C. Stevens C. Edgar .....- ...... ,,...., . G-2 Stevens, Iames G. --.W ...,.. -...G-1 Snle. Louis ..--..,....... ............. - .... C. Snmler. Frederick I. ..- .... - ........ ..G-1 Stofer, Virginia ......... ................ Educ. Stone. Elaine L. .--..- ..... - ........ Educ. Stoner Wanda I. -....- ...... -...-...G-2 Stover, Richard E. ..,. ..,..,.. - ....... G-2 Straka, Lottie-May .........,...... --Gn:rd. Strayer, Helen E. L.- ......... ,.........G-2 Strezotf, Maxine ..-..-.. ..... H ....... -..G-1 Stubbs Mary Margaret ...-...-....G-2 Stube. Vivian ..-....-.-.......- ...... .N.S. Sucharda. Gene E. ...-..-.. ....... --G-2 Suderow, Myron G. .. ..... .... ......... -E-2 Sullivan, Harold H. ...............G-1 Sullivan. lack C. -L.......--....-...G-2 Sullivan, Thomas R. ............,.--.G-1 Summerville. Scott S. ............,G-1 Sumner, Ieanette ............N.S. Sunde, Henrietta M. ............--.G-1 Sunde. Saroline E. ................G-1 Suru, Elizabeth ............-- ..... -..G-1 Susong, C. Edwin .......-...-.-...G-1 Sutton. lack H. ..,.- ..... ... ........ ...G-1 Swartz. Iohn B. .......-....-..--.G-1 Swedenburg, Iulia C. ..- ........... G-1 Sweeney. Ioanne ...--.-...- ......... .MG-2 Syroid. Walter A. L- ..... -...- ...... ..G-2 Tait, Iean Smith .........-.... .....,. G-2 Tambling. Fred C. ...- .......... -...-C. Tappan, Hollis H. Ir. ...............G-I Tarbox. David S. ...---....--.......E-2 Tas. Morris H. ......-.-.......Engr. Taton. Iean A. -.......,..., .... ........G-2 Taylor. Este Iane .......-.....Educ. Taylor. Raymond Clinton .......-G-1 Telford. Betty Iane ..............G-1 Tengea, Emi G. --,-..,..- ....... Engr. Tennant. Betty R. ......... .... ......Educ. Terrell, Viola E. - ..... .... .... -....,.-...G-2 Teter, Charles R. ...... ..... ,....-...G-2 Thacker. Iack H. ........- .... -.., ....... C. Tham. Dorothy, M. .......-..- ......... .Sec. Thomann, Mic ael W, ....,.,,.,,..,Soc. Thomas, Adeline M. ..... ...... - ..G-2 Thomas, David W. .. ................. -.- .... C. Thomas, Gilbert L. ...- ..... -.......Soc. Thomas, lsabel I. ......... ...... - ...-H. Thomas, M. Dorene - ............ ........G-1 Thomas, Mary I. ....... ...-..- ...... .Soc. Thomas. Moreland ...-.....-..- .... ...G-2 Thomas, Ruth I. - .... .. ..... - ....... Educ. Thomas, Stanislaus S. ....... -..-...G-1 Thome, Robert F. s ......... ......... N .S. Thome. Ted L. .-- .......... - .... - ..... Soc. Thompson, Emmy Lou ................ N.S. Thompson, Lawrence D. R ......... .G-1 Thompson. Robert Clyde ................ C. Thompson, Robert Lee .-- ...... -...G-1 Thomton, Clark O. .... -.-...s.,...Educ. Thornton. Iames ...-..- L ........... G-1 Thomton, Mary Alice .................. Sec. G-1 Thurnes, Rhea E. - ....... - ................ Thurston, Mrs. Evelyn L. ........ Educ. Tillett, Robert S. .... B ........ ..... - 2 ....... G-1 T1U!lCll, Iames W. ..-.....-.- ....... -G-2 Toner, Harold W. - ..... -......-.. ...... .E-2 Towne, Robert L. ..L................G-2 Toye, Robert I. .-............-......Soc. Tremble . William A. ..-.........G-2 Triche, A. Ir. .--.....,.. .... ..G-1 Trifero. Dominick I. 9 ........ --.-...-G-2 True, Charles I. --..-----...G2 Trumpfkal. Albert ............-..--G-2 Tschantz, Ann Louise .......-......-G-I Techantz, Carl C. .......-...-..,.-....G-2 Tuck. Sterling L. .s.......-..-..-......G-1 Tucker, Ianet L. ..-........,.-..-...G-1 Turek. Dmitri F. .-c......... ...... s...G-2 Turnekk William H. ...-.---LL.....G-1 Twic r, George H. -..- .... -.. .... N.S. Tyler, Edwin M. .. ..... ........-......-...G-2 Uhl, Edwin A. ......- .... -......-.-c.G-l Ulrich, Raymond A. ....... ,..-.--.G-1 Umanlky, Albert H. ...-.-..-...G-2 Umansky, Fay .. ......... ..... ...... .....Educ. gndervaood, M. ....... ..-wig-5 pp, ay-mend . ................... - Uverity, Theodore ......- ..... L.. .... G-2 Vachon. William K. -....... .......... G-1 Valenti, Inn ,........-... .......... B ....... G-1 Van Doros, Mom .......s............G-2 Van Noatran, W' iam I. .-.M .... G-2 VanPe1t, Ruth E. ...-.--....-.........G-1 Van Steenhoven, Frank ....... -..-...G-2 Varian, Mn. Mary Morrieon....Soc. Vaughn. Gordon C. ...........-- ..... G-1 Veach. Esther A. ........ .... -.......Soc. Vermillion, Ruth G. ..,............-.....H. lemon, Robert E. ..-..- ....... -.Educ. 'lielhaber, Margaret E. -.-..-..-...G-2 Vinciguerra, Anna ,...-...-.-.....G-2 Vinciguerra, Eugene ...-..........sG-2 Vogler. Betty L. -......- ....... --Educ. Vogt, Donald L. .........-..-..-.....-G-2 Votge, Helen A. ..... - ...... - ............ .Sec. Voeper, Kathleen .....-- ........... Educ. Vukan. Frank S. ...... ...... ,...Engr. E Iona Avenue 1165 Grant Street ........... .... 102 N. Arlington Street ..... 60 E. Brookside Avenue .....-...lE-7024 2185 '1NrentySecond St. ..... .... .. ..... SH-Q82 2217 Twentieth St.. SW . ...........S1-16492 693 Copley Road ..- ............... .....-..FR-6744 185 E. York Street ...... ..... .. ....... .. IE-1762 265 lookout E1 Thirteenth Street .... .. ............ SH6443 1361 Gorge Blvd. ..... .... L .- ....... WA-7471 120 Noble Avenue .... ..... ........... U N -4686 120 Noble Avenue ....... .. ........... UN-4686 479 Madison Avenue ....... 16 West Street 860 Foss Avenue 309 Beechwood Drive ....... 194 Spicer Street .......... ... 138 Fir Hill ................. --. 924 Beardsley 733 Iona Avenue ........ 589 Rhodes Avenue 629 Moon Street 912 Baughman Street ......... ..........IE-1306 ..........1E-5941 ........FR-4745 ..SH-2561 ...........HE-6358 75 Melbourne Avenue .................... U N-3360 172 Warren Court 417 Wooster Avenue ...... 1086 Norka Avenue ............ 217 W. Crosier .....-..FR-1582 ........FR-7244 Cordova Avenue ............... ......... B L-8947 969 129 E. Mapledale Avenue 316 W. Waterloo Road ..... 608 W. Market Street 305 Para Avenue ............... . SIBV3 S. Main Street 441 Crosby Street ............ 258 Spicer Street ....... 23 McNaughton .............. 334 W. South Street ..... 94 Hamilton Avenue ........ 349 Birch Street ..........BL-6931 ...........SH-1886 ..FR-9392 .........BL- 1606 .....----1E-6776 ..- .... HE-3461 .........lE-5685 ..FR-1562 94 Hamilton Avenue ....... - .......... ..-FR-1562 2134 Efteenth Street ............. 291 ' ...........SH-4245 Gordon Drive ...........,,..,...,.,....., U N-3674 491 Morning View Avenue 491 Morning View Avenue 451 W. Waterloo Road 712 Bridge Road Beechwood Drive ......... ........FR-7539 ........FR-7539 ..HE-7662 361 ......... 1629 Greenlawn Avenue .... - ........ FR-6620 1027 Delia Avenue ........................ UN-2340 98 N. Portage Path 586 Lovers Lane ........ T 856 Chester Avenue 383 Aqueduct Street ...... 529 Stratford Avenue 642 Brittain Road ....... 634 Moon Street 1380 Ottawa Avenue ...... 762 Euclid Avenue .... 517 S icer Street 510 Blenford Street ...... 595 Lovers Lane ........ 125 Kent Court ............ 244 Euclid Avenue 227 N. Firestone Blvd. .........BL-7996 ........1-'R-2028 ..........1E-3570 .........BL-8694 ........HE-7346 ..- .... SH-2083 ........1-IE-9567 .........FR-2763 ........HE-2937 449 Cole Avenue 396 Watson Street .......................... FR-3520 738 N. Howard Street 507 Tallmadge Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio ..., ......................................... WA-6491 361 Lindenwood Avenue 700 Roselawn Avenue ........ 359 Talbot Avenue 277 E. Exchan e Street Moreley Avenue .................. ..HE-0645 ..1-IE-2438 463 E. Brookside Avenue ............ BL-3804 Moreley Avenue .................. 24 Palmetto Avenue 156 Willard Street ..HE-2438 539 W. Thornton Street ................ HE-6926 496 Roslyn Avenue ....... ............... . .UN-2487 Kryder Street McKinley Avenue 269 195 Burton Avenue .... .................... U N -2865 757 621 W. Market Street ........ 79 Detroit Street 162 Crescent Drive ....... 514 Lillian Street 859 Lovers Lane ..., ...... 909 ..HE-2987 .........BL-8198 ..HE-8745 Fried Street ....................... -...BL-6707 339 White Pond Drive .................... UN-1961 825 Greenwood Avenue ................ HE-1575 750 E. Crosier Street ........ 1153 LaCroix Street 63 Mary Avenue 135 Roger Avenue 496 Dayton Street 890 Elmore Avenue ..... 773 Bisson Street 818 Thayer Street .... .... 373 Pearl Street 5131 Linden Avenue ...... Ardmore Avenue ................... ........FR-9574 .UN-1411 ........HE-3786 ........BL-9596 WA-3082 .U N-2256 233 W. Chestnut Street 465 Dorchester Road ....... ......... I E-8473 9111 Witner Avenue ....... ......... I E-3897 943 Pitkin Avenue 203 E. Tuscarawas Ave., Barherton, Ohio .... ...-............. ..... ..-..-.... ...... .SH-3460 819 May Street ..., ...... - ...... ....... .. .-.FR-1807 395 Rhodes Avenue .......... .... ..........BL-6072 395 Rhodes Avenue ............ ,.......BL-6072 93 Whittier Avenue 25 Medford Avenue ...... 581 Schiller Avenue .. ....... 1024 Brown Street .....................IE-5365 WA-2585 ........HE-8766 363 E. Cu ahoga Falls Ave. ........ HE-8217 677 Carroh Street Sw Ritchie Avenue ......-....... ....... HE-2001 2162 Tenth Street ..,........... ..... ...SH-4747 133 Coreon Avenue ...........-.......UN-2282 380 N. Firestone Blvd. .:.,..............IE-f"t51 554 Merriman Road ., .... ...............,HE-4630 121B Florida Avenue 1331 Orrin Street 431 Delmar Avenue ...-. 601 Edgewood Avenuemm-mmm ...........-.......SH-4580 .IE-6504 fI'181QhbOf'l phonel ......... .... ...FR-3703 1149 Berwin Street 580 Oxford Avenue ................... .....B1.f5752 58 Archwood Avenue .... .... ............BL-6646 755 E. Buchtel Avenue ..............BL-7268 116 S. Balch Street 160 Colony Creeoent ....... 764 Morgan Avenue ........FR-7603 Waddell. Ioseph L. ....... - ........... Engr. Wade, Iohn Thomas ......... ......... E -2 Waggener. Robert F. ..... ....... - G-2 Wagner, Kathryn .......................... G-1 Wagner, Marian Steiner ....... Educ. Wagner, Mary Lou .................... Soc. Wa ner. Wanna May ........... .Educ. Wagn, Harvey Lee ........................ N.S. Waldman. Harry ........... Walker, Barbara K. ...... ...... . Walker, Forrest C. ...... ........ E duc. Walker. Ioe A. .......... ......... G -1 Walker, LaVon ............ ........ G -1 Walker. Louise F. .......... ........ G- 1 Wallace, Martha I. ...... . Wallace, Robert F. ........ G-1 Wallock. Philip M. .... Walsh, Eileen E. ........ Walsh, Robert E. ............ Walter, Mariam M. .... .. ......G-1 .....G-1 . .... G-1 Walter, Richard C. ........ ............. G -2 Walther, Mark F. ....... ......... E ngr. Waltz. Frances L. ........... ......... G- 2 Warner, Iohn W. ............................ G-2 Warren. Alvin William ................ G-2 Wasser, Clara ................................ G-2 Waters, Lawrence E. ................ Engr. Watkins, Dorothy E. .................... G-2 Watkins, L. Iean ............... ......... G -2 Watkins. Nofflet Ida ....... ......... G -1 Watt, Fred P. ....... .............. ......... G - 1 Watters, Marian P. ........ ......... G -1 Watters, Ray B. Ir. ........... .......... E -2 Waugh, Elizabeth Ann ............ Sec. Waan, Nanciann ............... ......... G -1 l.Veciver, C. Richard ..... ......... G- 2 Weaver, C. Raymann ..... ......... G -1 Wecker, Virginia F. .... . Weddell, Lois E. ........ ......... G -1 Weigle, Donald E. ....... ......... G -2 Weihe, Edward I. .... ......... G -1 Weimer, Karl .............. ......... E duc. Weimar, Robert E. ........ ......... E duc. Weiss, Eugene E. ........... .... ..... G - 1 Weller, Ioseph C. .................... Grad. Wellock, Ethel D. ..............,.....,... G-1 Wellspring, Charles Adrian ........ G-1 Welsh, Iames V. ..........................,. G-2 Weltmer, Robert A. .................... G-2 Weninger, Ruth E. ....... ......... G -2 Werner, Donald H. ....... ......... G -2 Whelan. Sarah A.' ........................ Soc. 14Vhitaker, Samuel F. ................ Engr. White, Charles S. ....... ......... G -2 White, Helen L. ....... ......... G -2 1.Vhite, Robert I. ........... ......... G -2 Whitfield, Robert E. ..... ......... G -1 Whitten, Iames P. ....... ......... G -2 Wilkins, William I. ....... ......... G -1 Williams, C. Grove ......... ......... G -2 Williams, C. Payton .................... G-1 Williams, Elizabeth Lee ............ G-2 Vlfilliams, Gertrude ....... . ....Educ. Williams, Paul Edwin ...,...,,....... G-1 Williams, Robert L. ....... ......... G -2 Williamson, Helen R. ....... ......... G -1 Williamson, Mildred ....... ...... .... G - 2 Wilson, Nancy 1. ......... ........ . -G-1 Wilt, Homer E. ....... .......... E ngr. Wilt. Iulius C. .......... ............ C . Wilt, Myron H. .............................. N.S. Wiltrout, Robert E. Ir. ............ Engr. Wince. Carmen I. ........ ............ 1-I . Winch, Edwin S. ..... .......,, G -1 Winer, Benny ....... ......... G -2 Winer, Molly ......... ......... G -2 Wingard, M. Rex ....... ......... G -2 Winkelman, Betty ........ ........ S oc. Witner, Iames E. ......... ......... G -1 Witner, Richard I. .... ........ S oc. Wittig, William L. ...... ....... - .E-2 Witwer, Daniel Boyd ....... ......... G -1 Witwer, Helen R. ....... ......... G -2 Witwer, Mardelle M. ....... ......... G -2 Woehl, Frank M. .... . Wolf, Catherine A. Wolf, Edward Ir. .......... . Wolff, William B. Ir. Wolin, Burton Reder Womersley, George .........G-l .........G-2 ..........Engr. .........G-1 .........G-2 .........G-1 Wood, D. Neal ............. ......... G -2 Woodard, Eleanor L. Woodford, Dexter E. ............. . ....Grad. Woods, Sidney Leroy .................. G-2 Woodward, Elaine L. .................... G-1 Woodward, Mary E. .................... G-2 Worthington, Charles Aden ........ Soc. Wright, Hazel L. ............................ G-2 Wright, Robert F. ........... ......... G -1 Wright, Walter Dick ........ ........ N .S. Wright. William P. Ir. ................ G-1 Wyckoff, Marilyn H. Wyman, Charles G. Yakubik, Michael A. . ............... Engr. Yocum, Ruth M. ............... ......... G -1 Yokum, Carl Hetzel ....... ......... G -2 Young, Ralph C. ........... ......... G -2 Younkin, Mary Ellen ....... ......... G -1 Zazula, Frank ........... . ........ Educ. Zelter, Marjorie M. ...... . Zetzer, Milton ........... Zido, Charles D. ...... . Zimarlk, Miriam E. ....... . .........G-2 .........G-2 .........G-1 ZimmererQ A. Iantce ...................... G-1 Zimmerman, Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman, 1 Charles 1. ................ G-1 Glenn Henry ........ G-2 Harold E. ........... -...Soc. 'Leland R. ................ G-1 Sarah ........... .........G-1 479 E. Buchtel Avenue ............. 80 Marvin Avenue ........... 889 Storer Avenue ........ 896 Hereford Drive .... 586 Storer Avenue ............. 1660 Glenmount Avenue .............. 688 Sunset View Drive .............. 1028 Berwin Street .......... .. 247 S. Balch Street ......... 540 Stratford Avenue ......... 85 Kent Court 1354 Goodyear Avenue 15 Thomas Court .............. 15 Thomas Court .......... 250rchard Road ............ 67 Pfeiffer Avenue ....... . 490 Roslyn ........................... ...IE-1347 .UN-4358 ..........BL-7897 ..FR-4883 ...I E-6693 ..FR-5040 ..1-'R-0176 WA-6464 ...IE-1668 ...IE-6539 ..........BL-5649 ..........Bl.-5649 . ......... BL-7525 ..........BL-3478 .UN-2492 611 Weber Avenue .......................... BL-5839 Anthony Wayne Hotel .................. BL-5141 556 Lindell Street 468 Beechwood Drive ..... .......... . IE-7308 384 Reed Avenue ....... 618 Burt Court ...........IE-5877 530 Lagoon Street .......... .......... B L-6923 1021 Oakland Avenue .................. WA-1330 985 Clark Street .............................. BL-8372 2328 Twenty-First Street .............. SH-3403 144 E. Glenwood Avenue 1412 Dietz Avenue 32 N. Martha Avenue .................... BL-9303 505 E. Buchtel Avenue ................ BL-5598 703 Kenmore Blvd. ................. .. ..... SH-6537 1328 Delia Avenue .......... ..1-1E-2605 223 Beck Avenue .......... .......... H E-9385 236 Madison Avenue ......... ........... I E-2772 99 E. D lt St t ...... .. ....... .FR-7376 a on ree 1349 Killingly Street 171 Crescent Drive ...... 58 Detroit Street 612 Cooper Avenue ..... 631 Oxford Avenue ..HE-7873 ...........IE-8362 1384 Grant Street ...... ..1-1E-2783 1384 Grant Street .......... ..HE-2783 801 Work Drive .................. . ..HE-7785 2089 Ridgewood Road ................ U N-3743 831 Thayer Street ............. ............ I E-4554 41 Hawk Avenue ..,..................... ....FR-6783 215 Crosby Street .......................... HE-1733 529 E. Cuyahoga Falls Ave ......... WA-1778 2411 East Avenue ........................ SH-3684 258 Grand Avenue ........................ UN-3731 336 E. Buchtel Avenue ................ FR-2892 1026 Collinwood Avenue .............. BL-2330 1556 Riverside Drive .................... WA-4629 850 Winton Avenue ......... ...FR-8365 868 Forrest Drive ...... .... ..... . H E-1019 690 May Street 943 May Court .................. .......... H E-0559 180 S. College Street S7 Cook Street 258 Russell Avenue .......... .......... H E-1492 12 Anaconda Avenue ............. ....... B L-3369 101 E. Thornton Street 43 N. Walnut Street 101 E. Thornton Street 1248 W. Waterloo Road ................ SH-2560 1248 W. Waterloo Road ................ SH-2560 1368 W. Exchange Street ............ UN-3984 1178 Kenmore Blvd. ........................ SH-5178 1178 Kenmore Blvd. ......... ...SH-6179 1178 Kenmore Blvd. ...... ...SH-6178 82 Fir Hill ..................... 479 Orchard Street .... 1190 Gorge Blvd. .............. . 1591 Manchester Road ...... .... ...........BL-7644 ........IE-8830 .WA-2580 ....IE-6233 1591 Manchester Road ...... ........ I E-6233 755 Garfield Street ......... 365 Fernwood Drive ..... 2182 Fifth St., SW ..................... 621 Greenwood Avenue ...........FR-3002 ...........FR-3790 ...SH-2504 ..............HE-9788 2260 W. Market Street, Box 318, Fairlawn, Ohio ...................... ..UN-4149 316 Ido Avenue ................................ HE-9251 543 Hoye Avenue ........ 719 City View Avenue .......-IE-4540 ..........1-1E-3215 1288 Third Avenue ........................ HE-1857 1095 Mt. Vernon Avenue .. 607 Ridgecrest Road ..... 811 Ardmore Avenue ...... 940 Dayton Street ............ 904 E. Exchange Street 78 Kenilworth Drive ...... 1398 Chippewa Avenue 1268 Curtis Street 1490 Oakwood Avenue 605 W. Market Street .......... .... 1519 Thornapple Avenue ............ 1231 Louisiana Avenue 84 Rhodes Avenue 738 Elma Street ............. 1536 Preston Avenue ..... 869 Berwin Street ..... 194 Spicer Street ..... 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