University at Buffalo - Buffalonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

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This year, 1923-1924, has probably been the most successful in the history of the University of Buffalo. There has been an increase in the Faculty and in the student registration, the Evening Session has been estab- lished, many new courses added, and one of the most important items has been the widening of the scope of athletics. On September 2-ith, the college year opened with the annual Convocation at the Hutchinson-Central High School Auditorium. ln his address to the students at that time, the Chancellor stressed the responsibility ot the undergraduates, not only to themselves, but also to their community. Dr. Capen expressed the hope that a burning desire for service would be the greatest good a student would obtain in college. He upheld student activities as holding a large place in college life, but are not the fundamental phase ol' undergraduate curri- The opening of the new semester witnessed the simultaneous opening to thc public of the Evening Session, with its variety of courses, presented by the most efficient of instructors, each an expert in his own line, ln this larger and better University, the year began with its customary routine. The Frosh, numerous in number and unaware that life for them was to be quiet and inconspicuous during their year of apprenticeship on the campus, began to look around for trouble. The ever-ready Sophomores welcomed all advance:- and thus the fight began. Furious and bloody fnot very bloodyl battles ensued for the purpose of deciding most important matters of class etiquette. Several Frosh idols grandly paraded the campus with blackened eyes and smashed lips. ln October the tirst meeting of the Student Activities Committee was held and many plans for the year were adopted. At this meeting, Faculty advisers to the various activities were appointed. Page Tlur'r1ty-fsrixwr l i i - - A D M A ' . A LITTLE Fuosn-SOPH Giz'r-Tocerriizii BETWEEN HfXLVES liarly in the Fall, the Debate Club was organized to meet the needs of the coming year. Marked interest has been shown toward this society which is constantly growing and which has brought much glory to our University. Uctober, also, included in its program the Annual Students' Day, the celebra- tion of which infused fresh spirit into all. The parade was clever, merry, and, above all, noisy, for which last factor the ever irrepressible Frosh were largely responsible, and indeed their unique stunts and general mischief-making added much to the fun of the morning. At the exercises at Hutchinson High School, a new custom was inaugurated, for a student was in charge and carried out the whole program. Several students spoke, representing the various activities of the University. Much enthusiasm and real interest was displayed at the School of Dentistry when the students produced a Minstrel Show. The show, which was an honest- lo-goodness howling success, proved that there is real talent, perhaps genius, at that School. A The Football season opened with splendid success. Real college spirit was manifested by the large crowds attending the games. It was not only the under- graduates who came out to cheer for their team, for a large quota of alumni was present each week. Several class fights enlivened the period betwen halves but the stellar side attraction was the mock football game between the B.V.D.'s and the NITESHIRTS. It was a good game, all spectators were breathless, and with reason. The fact that we beat Hamilton did not lessen the joy of that occasion. At the Hobart game, played in Geneva, the Buffalo Warriors were heartened in their play by a large and enthusiastic crowd of supporters who had motored or motor-walked their way down. It was surely a wonderful display of real spirit. Page Twenty-seven WV.-..w,.. ...W -,777 ,f-- .e . . . ,.,,,,-,,..-..g- . f'N , W -, , Mil 5 ,Q , . .1 ,wa gi 'P FT-3 sf 1: ' or "i'gf--ww!if-fs.45 l . . ,. , . .i . X .i -. N .N 5-...Mill K 11ll,, 1 'N-1 ii' "i ir "1'i'i'li-.M lil 1 .:'T- -' f. 59 'ii 'il -:" J -gr? v .:3l'i' W ,, i. 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I 1211 xlq-4 .513 fgfi About this time, the University of Buffalo acted as host to the Association of W 1 12421 Urban Universities, which held its annual convention in this city. Delegates 11 7,31 i 1' 4,-: 3-35 from Universities all over the country were present. We may be justly proud , 17:11 51 li 1 112' that our Chancellor is President of this influential organization, ' L ' 'Y 1 1,5511 The Thanksgiving recess was over almost before we were aware of its exist- 15131 -r 1' V195 i 1: A 1. Q-11 1 ence. Immediately after it, numerous events held the attention. The Medics 1 ,U i, 1 V 11 1 :ij EA , Y., 151 held theifirst of their enthusiastic assemblies, at which the Chancellor was the e V- fl '. ' Q 1 -5 :1 , H. 11 F11 chief speaker. Dr. Capen commended very highly the holding of these assemblies. IL '-'11 l l 71.111 1 15 Vuijll l is If :,- Y .. . . . . . -11 15521 Shortly afterward, a particularly pleasing innovation was undertaken in the fffil 11' if '57 as A11 a form of an exhibition of rare books in the Library at Foster Hall, under the li? 1 T121 V 221- 15 11-5531 auspices of the Muse and Masque. 'i57?li9'l 11,,s .- , Page Twenty-eight VN , 1 1312111'1f11f111'7i1r1?f' " 1 1.1251 ii 311 l321.-1155511'li111'W11.113115 llilfi 1'1i?.1f1i' ' fini. iff? 1359 - if 551 1' 1 ' W"PS,111i'I1 ll1If'f11i7f 111:1111l1fl'fb1 L:fii1""rM'"A'J'r:i.'1.1gn:LTtii,Lili , iff i.ii, Y 19' LWQ. g.,.iQeg, 1321"-1 'f'ggf-E-g?jf5- ' ""' . , . , , , .. ,, . . - .,.. .. . .- ' w ff-.qi it .V to., 5, -. 1. ,j " ,i Y , 'w5..,- y+.,Q,: J' A Lit'-.'Yjff ' .- ' .self 4- ff-if 45 23-1 ,qj Q t'1.L...figl:.i:f:Lglw.Lft'1dMlflUii'11lltft1.l1 lwlimi AA..-...4.A.,-,1--.,w . JA.. .... . Q. .AA ,I .gl iwfmk, , 1. -Am ,fa -1 - lj ..lJ.i M , M W wfsfrgz 'Q ,, f i ff 'M if . W A ,Q N W5 i, ,ww W,ivll"i"v11 H id'ww'f P? ln November, also, 'tllussi' Carrick was chosen by the Athletic Council, as Football Coach for the season of 1924. The next honor which came to our University was the defeat of the Hobart Debate Team by a unanimous decision. This was especially praiseworthy as Hobart had but just previously defeated Hamilton College in a debate on the same question. Basketball, practically the major sport of the University of Buffalo, opened auspiciously with a win over lVlechanics. The season brought forth some of the most satisfactory games ever seen in Buffalo. The Rensselaer Polytechnic and Cornell' games were especially exciting. .After each game the U.-B Jazz Orchestra played for the dancing. ln January, the Musical Clubs favored the Buffalo Athletic Club with a de- lightful concert. The largest crowd that has ever attended the Saturday night programs of that organization, received the Club's efforts most en- thusiastically. The joint concert, a few weeks later, with the Musical Clubs of Syracuse University was a revelation of artistic skill and talent. A goodly crowd enjoyed the variety of selections and the dancing which 5 V followed. Special commendation goes '.,, 1 to the Banjo player with the ""' Syracuse Clubs, whose efforts were duly appreciated. The Soph-Frosh Hop was the sociai event of theperiod immediately fol- lowing Mid-Years. Witli all the hard work over and little thought of the future, everyone was ready for a good time. This delightful dance showed clearly that the two classes can be very amicable on occasion. January, also, witnessed the two meets of the newly organized Swim- K ming Team. The first meet was held in Buffalo against Alleghany, and the second at Syracuse against the Uni- versity there. H Early in February, an athletic as- sembly was held at night in the audi- torium of Hutchinson High School. On this occasion the football men were awarded their coveted a'B's', and gold footballs. Lester Knapp, out- standing star of the 1923 team, was announced as the Captain-elect for 1924, 6'RUss,' Cmtizicii F Page Twenty-nine -- - --- f'- --. ., 2 FX it .ii:'fTf.5J- 31 + W eta if? W'-irrif'iiiwfrrfziv-1 PT J "a fruit' ' .:,--em W. ' 2 - . frm :Hi f-1 'Q : K is H 'fflfz 51 .. N' i .rQi'?El.if11L. 1 W'1'35fML'-r3:54-44 H- 5 ist Liu as 259+ E -MQ .ilrylff-1 M Tditii1i1f'.'f5i'!iAEilIll U MW we I 1. il my -1 ,ai W 4 az! ff? t.. - -1.1 -4 ,fear- V -1 If ,gif "1 ! 3 Quill . ijgl sis il 1 -,rs ij ' '-'ii '-iii! 1 f-I viii 55-,gjfii i't-52. mg, 'Wig xl if 'f li " -H I I N 4 v 1 r ,-1 fx ii-eigi 1. 'Q .1 5,3 if rp .5 I l PL. 'Fig :fi-5 L . 'J if-5 V-ef' ! - ,. iff. g , , Spig- tig . 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The speaker of the morning, The Honorable Houston Thomson, Chair- man of the Federal Trade Commission, spoke on GLWashingto11 and Wilson."' Everyone was vastly interested in the an- nouncements made by the Chancellor oi the munificent gifts to the University within the last years. The petition of the girls of the Univer- sity for a Senior Girls, Honorary Society was voted upon and unanimously accept- ed at the Marcli meeting of the Students' Activities Committee. Inasmuch as there has been an agitation among the Co-Eds in favor of such an organization for the past two years, the approval of the Com- mittee was most gratifyingj The months- of January and February seemed to constitute the social period ot the year, for it was during this time that a large majority of the fraternities and - sororities held their annual parties. April twenty-fifth brought forth the large event of the year, the Junior Prom, at the new Hotel Statler, in the Main Ball Room. This was an extraordinary occasion and must have been anticipated as such, since a large number attended. Several special features, .including music by the famous Vincent Lopez Hotel Statler Orchestra, made this the shuiiie of shuiiiles held at the University this year. , Then, after a too short lapse of time and much hard work, came those miie- stones fpossibly, better, grindstonesj of College tradition, uFina1sf, "LES" TQN.-XPP "Exit F atalisv Q1 fi: Page Thi rly if! -5 IM W ww i - Q C -ii T? -J yi I 'aaai C55 1 'TEL it 1 fs- V 1 613' 4 iii! 1 1 , 4 1 i A 235 ! LE? 5 gfiiifl 1 512 ff . f--ps Tiff? r-:gg W E 41,5 533 'ii' zlffi r?E9 Wig 5 s 3: f-.,., ,J I, .ge Hifi ,. 1 nf--- ,1 2. 1: . 'S MT 1- yf :rs9'Ef X V Y YY. ifffvfi I rixtf- lg-fc! , lg- . , Q 1 1- . 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'N H- Y 155 ' Y' '1 l"' "1"W!' fx ' TT' fx? F' fx 4, C-11, ik 1!?A7'7 T"?:T"f'f"f7Tf77f7FT1E'.f L H1 VLN11 VX-ESE' J '1"11X- ' T' ,11 15 , 'S' 11 '1 ' vi 1 11- 1 1-" fu " - 1- lT', .1 - 1 ' ,ff-.,' .':,Z1mx.',1 ' 11' "mfg-1117.1' 11" '1 111HM1l.L'5m!l'1.1i'W W1 M1'iilgil141'k1'.1Y'L,,-f121LLL,,,,l 1 M xx' .3 . U it 4:5 . -j Eifypi' 15 ,,A,-V-15,1 X I ?1.13f31111"'11'V111114 ' f-. 111111.11111 ,ff I 1 I 1 1 9-5111 S5 1 ll 1 2.5111 1 11 15-311 - 9-1-1 T ' 1 111 1 - 11 """'-1 , 1 17-31 l I f I I 1 ix ,I V 4.1, v "II I I R11 I,- I l ll I 'N gf., . J. H '1 Il A :,-f -All fl 'lrllg ll I l 1: ll .II . ll ,1, Ii .l . gg .I ,. ., 'lf 5: A I fa ,I Qi' '-1 A - fi A I1 . 4 i '. al . If ,I l X I 'ff I . mum: k.IQ.,,lf'1lI:"s. ' ,H ' SI 2 FACULTY OF MEDICINE HERIsER'I' U. XVILLIAMS, M. D., University of Buffalo. Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology ,,L.N CrROVlCR W. WENDE, M. D., University of Buffalo. I, L. Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology , l'll5RMAN G. lVlA'l'ZlNCliIt, M. D. University of Buffalo. I S, e. Professor of Psychiatry FRANCIS C. GOI.DSBOROUGl'I, B. S., Princeton, M, D Johns Hopkins, F, A, C, 5, fijf . , , I Professor of Obsletrtes and Associate Professor of Gynecology II. Dl'1lP,l'l"l' H. Sl-IIGRMAN, A.B., Williams, M.D, University of Buffalo Iv- A Professor of Pedialrics l4ll.Ml'IR G. STARR. M.D., University of' Buffzilo, F,A,C,S, Professor of Oplltamology, , l'lDGAK R. IVICGUIRIC, M.D., University of' Buffalo. l1'.A..C.S. Professor of Surgery. T. W. 'WAIID PLUMMIAZR. B.L. lilolrurtg lVl.D. University of Buffalo. F.A.C.S. Professor of Urlhoperlic Surgery. l'ilN-VARD W. l'i0Cl'l,, A.B., M.D., Indiana University, M.D., Rush Medical College. ,. Professor of Pharmaeology. w"AYNl'I J. A'I'wELI., A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, A.lVI., Pl1.D., University ' of Micliigali. Professor of Anatomy. FREDERICK J. PARMEN'I'l'ZR, M.D., University of Buffalo. F.A.C.S. Professor of Cenito-Urinary Surgery. FRANK A. HARTMAN, A.B., M.S., University of Kansasg Ph.D., University oI Washington. Professor of Physiology. Gui' E. YOUNGBURC, B.S., PlI.G., lVl.S., South Dakota State College. Pl1.D., Har- A vard, Professor of Bio-Chemistry L.. . JOHN F. FAIRISURN, A.B., Cornell, lVl.D., University of' Buffalo, F.A.C.S. .I , Professor of Otology. , f. CI..AY'I'0N lVl. BROWN, M.D., University of Buffalo. F.A.C.S. Professor of Rhino-Laryngology. JAMES R. IQINC, M.D., University of Buffalo. F.A.C.S. K. .. Professor of Gynecology. , CHARLES B. SEARS, B.A., LLB. E, .... i Professor of .Medical Jurisprudence. i,,,.fQ ALLEN A. JONES, M.D., University of Buffalo . Professor of Medicine. EDWARD A. SHARP, M.D., University of Buffalo. 1553 Professor of Neurology. NELSON G. RUSSELI., M.D., University of Buffalo. Professor of Clinical Medicine. I fffkfgx .5 ,, , ,xi ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS I Lf. Associate Professor of Surgery. ft' :II l 912.11 ALFRED E. DIEIIL, A.M., M.D. f i,- L. Associate Professor of Dermatology. CHARLES SUMNER JONES, B.S., MD. Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Page Tltirly- 've 7 " i'7l7"7I7"i'P'7777"" ,' f'fTF'3T'f'T71r 1, I , il A I fi f tis . .- -. - -. ..., we-fe A ,M pf, F -are--A W, . ri-M141Ixiwfrfffxffwwww2wewIIIw'.I'I. f 1' A . f . uni I If .V I I' 'II twin - l5jmjJmmfm15DH.o Im .1 ' I I I W' if ATI. I u .I M wfwfwfw mixfwwrullxftwig IVIARSHALL CLINTON, M.D., F.A.C.S. iffii I1,,Q I. .' '. . . , - . 1.-, f THOMAS B. CARPENTER, M.D. Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. LESSER IQAUFMAN, Ph.B., M.D. Associate Professor of Neurology. AIl'fHUR G. BENNETT, M.D., F.A.C.S. Associate Professor of Opthalrnology. HENRY' J. MULFORD, M.D. Associate Professor of Oto-Larynology. JOHN L. ECREL, M.D. Associate Professor of Neurology and Assistant Professor of Psyshiatry. JOSEPH SPANCENTHAL, M.D. Associate Professor of Dermathology. IRVING P. LYON, A.B, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine. HARRY R. L01-INES, M.D. Associate Professor of I ediatries. . ASSISTANT PROFESSORS JACOB S. OTTO, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Therapeutics. THOMAS J. WALSI-I, M.D. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Associate in Medicine. NORMAN L. BURNI-IAM, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine. WALTER S. GOODALE, M.D. Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. LEE MASTEN FRANCIS, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. GEORGE J. ECKEL, A.B., M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine. JULIUS ULLMAN, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine. THEODORE LEONARD, M.D. Assistant Professor of Wledicine. IQARL F. ESCHELMAN, D.D.S., NLD. Assistant Professor of Medicine. CARL O. LATHROP, A.M., SC. M., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. CHARLES A. BENTZ, M.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Associate in Hygiene. THEW WRIGHT, A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S.. Assistant Professor of Surgery. HERBEIIT A. SMITH, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. CLAYTON VV. GREENE, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Jlledicine. BALDWIN MANN, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine and Associate tn Therapeutics. J HARIR1' R. TRICK., M.D., F.A.C.S., Assistant Professor of Surgery. FRANCIS W. MCGUIRE, M.D., F.A.C.S., Assistant Professor of Surgery. A. H. AARON, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. ' DOUGLAS P. ARNOLD, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. JOSEPHINE M. LOVELAND, Registrar. GRACE A. PERSCH, Librarian. Page fl'hirty-six ,- -. J- .,... -,..,,..,-..., A , 1 4 N 1 + l I Q i l I i 1 I 1- X N l N .l 11 rex ""'.,,x s , , ..-1 ii "' -. Y? Y w 9 X -,Q ii , iii. --? l 1 N Y A , :II M, :U I J W s Qgl l :idk ' , 'I??"N 2 " - it - A. ,, -- . W 4 .... - 4 A 2 ' ' , , 1 W ,Aj 'Q143 "div Y 'V 1 -, L L - 141,33-S,-U ml 1:1 ' ' ' , -V--1 l,,,. M ' LTQQ, H' ' 'H " v ,,. 'J I --1 rr' I .- 'V ' ' I A z , 'V' A 1. ' 1' " in ,, , . . . ,. , W. EDWARD ANDERSON Buffalo, N. Y. AUGUSTINE JAMES ANNUNZIATA Bronx, New York City. Gibson Anatomical Society. Histology Technique, ,215 Physiological Re- search, '22. 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EVELYN HEATH y ' V Buffalo, N. Y. S- i, 1. - Vassar A.B.g Nu Sigma Phig Janlus A. Cib- It son Anolomical Societyg dontor V. P. Q' I, i ww 1 ilk? 1 , , .ltsssm E. lVlARMORS'I'0N hi Buffalo. N. Y. Nu Sigma Phig Womeifs Club. VL" Montifiore Hospital, New York. CONRAD A. lYlIE'l'US, B. S. IN MRD. lf: , t Buffalo. N. Y. 'N' un . Vs' "' in FLORENCE G. lVlIliUI.SKl Bujfnlo. N. Y. 1 V ' Nu Sigma Phi. Bennett Award. lt S Graduate of Buffalo State Normal School. 2 Buffalo City and Children's Hospitals. . V ii fry -R 1 I . . H ll 5 liENNE'1'l-I GORDON MOWAT wt Buffalo, N. Y. ' T, Friday Culture Clubg Treasurer James A. fr ' Gibson Anatomical Society. li ' i, 4, Buffalo City Hospital. l i , .EY l"j 1 il, Ff , AD ,,. "A 1 -vs . , . L Eqltfwf''.'i.:..ii.iti:.i i1::'iji?..' 'T 'N--'-ifiigii . .7 if TTT l in Ilil4Q".::1gp1'1r ji'Xli1H'mQMmvlffj113243,l':'i'l'iil11g?l.?filglllllf-'J V V sf .v v A 3, -N w 1 ,515 .1gR'Q3.1.'j.ta5Vg5m ll!:q',.,1'.1wi-5154251yllg 1 lPf'f4 , , i SI 45? 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W0lU8HlS Clubg Cap 81 Gown Committeeg Treas. Nu Sigma Phi '23-'24g ,ELL Vice-Pres. Freshman Medical Classg Secy. I Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. ' lVlILTON GROSVENOR Po'rTER, B. A. Bujalo, N. Y. Nu Sigma Nu. Friday Culture Clubg President. James A. Gibson Anatomical Society, '22-323. Buffalo General Hospital. ROBERT V. POWELL, B. S. Elmira, N. Y. Omega Upsilon Phi. St. ,loseph's Hospital, Elmira, N. 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Friday Culture Clubg James A. Gibson An- atomical Society, vice-president '22-'23, Bux- falo Childrens and City Hospitals. BEATRICE A. SMITH Buffalo, N. Y. Sigma Kappa, Nu Sigma 1 hig Womens Uni- versity Club, Vice-Pres. Soph. Medios, Pres. Nu Sigma Phi '23-'24, Vice-Pres. W0lll6H5S Club '19g Rec. Sec'y Won1en's Club 'l8. J Page F arty-five " F '11 11 -f W fir 411--'12,--V--i'7i' 1"-'-'T -" -- 'ff"'f:J1I'-f -'T-Tw 1 1 . 1, Wh. - 1, ,1a. . . , 11 I llll' 1 15 5 41!'1 7' S' 11135, 1Ull2I1:lQgFfjf'1Q3 Vi' ,Mig T1-ll,-lj: . l' ll 'I Hi' -1 . fy .f 'fix' fj "5 Sli? lalhl ll,'ll1T'Tl"lHiSi3llH l lllt E 11 11IlMM11i11rM1Tlf"11 'll'-5111-'f.'hQrL-L1.i...1QQ.iL4.- 1 - ' 1' "f 12 11 13 l 651 1 f Til' 1-im-'Q lgL.1Jf1.a'1Lu!i'J!ErgQ! ' ll f ' I I I ' Ei :xiii . f-I. I . ,L 5 '-. .QI .V v,,,A Ai VIILEII E iii 7 ' til ,, '1-251 tfdfi .1315 -ff jig? . .13 Q, I Itiii, I' 'Tp 3.1 .EHZFI I .. 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Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. A. BERTRAM LEMON, PHAR.D. Professor of Materia Medica. ERNEST G. MERRITT, M.S. Professor of Physics. FLORENCE L. BENTZ, B.S., PHC., C.K. Instructor in Pharmacy. CHARLES GAUGER. I nsstructor in Pharmacy. HOMER A. TROTTER, M.D. Instructor in Toxicology. OREN S. SALISBURY, Ph. G. Special Lecturer on Serums and Standardization of Drugs. DAVID E. WAITE, B.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. E. RAYMOND RIEGEL, PH.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry. HARRY F. LICHTENBURG, A.C. Lecturer in Chemistry. C. MERRILL BROWN, M.A. ICATHARINE S. HOLMES, A.C. DONALD M. KUMRO. Assistant in Chemistry. LEO WIDGOFF, B.S. Assistant in Chemistry. DAVID MATHIESON, Assistant. GORDON A. HACUE, Assistant. MR. LEON MONELL. RICHARD A. GRIMM. C. ARTHUR ELDEN, Instructor in Chemistry. HOWARD W. POST, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry. H. MILTON WOODBURN, BS. Instructor in Chemistry. LAWRENCE D. LOCKIE, A.C. Instructor in Pharmacy. MAEEL BROWN, Registrar. 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I 1 1 I Marshall, Senior Class. Eff' MAX ICREINIK Buffalo, N. Y. I. 0. O. P. IQYQQEI ZEII J osEPH LEONE Rochester, IV. Y. I I I I GLS: I I LI I I I TTTE WILLIAM BERNARD LODICO I Fredonia. N. Y. I k U.-B. Club. 5 , Mia 152 l iii? J I I FRANK JOSEPH LOJACONO Bugazo, N. Y. U.-B. Club. Football, '22-'23g Clee Club '23-'24, liz' I ,-,.. l I A hril' I I LLII E3 - Y ILE 1D'f1.Hff Fifla'-flisfw . II ECQ I I7 "w'5""' 'Tee T "EM ME 21: ff' '+I--so I I D .,.. In-V . i -w-- Q t i, 4.313 .imiiffflfa 97735 ' . A -.4 " FV il A ' gg p' 515, x ' If 1 fi E Y Q. FRANK CARL LUONGO 1 Bugalo. N. Y. lu- .4 U.-B. Club '22-'24-g Glec Club '22-'24, G .A DAVID lTlENRY MAUNZ BIIHUIO, N. Y. MARX' MAZUCA w lizzfjulo. N. Y. 'M U.B. W0x11en's Club. RAYMOND M. MELLINGER, A.C. " Bugnlo, N. Y. fi V Z Polish College Club. .- , , Y, .Q f' fu: l . Rf' LAWRENCE G. METCALF A 5 Wfellsville, N. Y. 51, A Kappa Psig Gamma Iota Chapter. ff. 5. A. C. ,T . H EDMUND A. MICHALSKI W I Buffalo, N. Y. ' 1 P. N. A. slim A A-- - .- .... 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MOGENIIAN Rochester, IV. Y. Kappa Psi.g Elksg K. Of C. Sec'y-Treas. Kappa Psi House Committee. "grew, 1111 WALTER MORGAN Hornell, N. Y. CHARLES P. MORRIS Niagara Falls, N. Y. Kappa Psi. GEORGE W. NALBACH Buffalo, IV. Y. Canisius College. RICHARD ,IOSEPI-I OQBRIEN Albion, N. Y. St. Nicholas College, Toronto. HENR1' PANASCI, A.C. Bufalo. N. Y. Alpha Phi Delta. lgfa ---A --1 .1 1 123 1 ' HGH 1 1 - L .11 V22 .E .R 1 gylfbi 1 13 1 1.2551 1':?1 'Eli ll ' T' 'Tx . 1,.,p. E53 1 if! 11 fi, l 57? ' '25 1 31552 if l fiileli I I iii? ' iff:-fl f TLT " 'L 1,3 . . ggi: 13233 1 l l ' 1 .'9i:..,3 V ' 1.,'-,QQ E 121, .' 15,1 l1'jf'2A . - 1 .11 1 fi? 1 1 9 1 21111 l S? F ! FE ' 1 1522 1 QQ 1 1 12124-4 l 25.12 1 1 fi 1 1 1 - EES I ? 1 1 5 151 I EFS! 'QE 'fifl :gig if 1:11 1 ii'1f,i11 1:-L ' 11 .E f. E pr.. 1,-gf I ' IQ 133 ' 5 ' -:J 53 1 E:'?'7'Q1 Leia : F35 1 l 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 7 1 .CU X 1 Page S1xLy 'gig --1 . 12 ft-.111 ."11411--'fg:4'.".1.11I 1. '1.':,,rf'1.'1. .. . 1i"lf1,l 1 -"mf - 1 - .fb '- "1 .. 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ALDEN 11 DEAN OF T1-113 SCHOOL OF LAW 11 ff 1 - 11" 1 "- 1 1 11---1 A 11.1151 1 1.-VY W , . 7:11. . , 1-:wif , . 11"1211 Q15 1 1- A fx Page SIXLQ'-SQUUII in 1 A 1 V .1 , W WMPJ, M1 1 1 1 xv, , ,1 W, ,..1 1 1 1 1 1 11 '11 1.,. 1alVi'fI 1 1: 111. 1 1. - -1 1 ,- 1:-L "'2' i?,2' -wg , -' '. 'X7"'1a1 " Q-Sq-4'if3Q:g,,:':g.a,Q' g--,5.fr-59:-Q-a.,.Lg'+4:wEiL.1:5f1-2-U-5IQ " ' I ' Wm?" ,J ' 1 THE ScH0oL'0F LAW Page Sixty-eighl 1' --v 1 1 A , ,xwu gn JAM: I 1 1 1 I I i 1 I l 1 I 1 1 -A I 1 W 1 1 VV 1, 1 L 1 yr 1 11 41. J I ' -11 1 1111111 !,Y:f 115' 1 L , ny.. 751 5 " Rv? 11, 1 ir, 11 11511 1' 1 1 .,1 F1 --1 -Q-11 'm V 1 1 11111. 111-. ,. '1--1' 11' 11 , 1 ....n ,lu ,, W Aw A Y 1 1 I X ' W K W ,-,.,- ,, ., 1 1 11 , ---A -- ff Y -3 4 1 1,.- ., 1X 3 1 ' ,U 5, W1 X lxuzjif.. ' I 1 1 1 1 1. , 1 15 q Q 1 11 , .1, i,,..,,'4,g,, ,,,,::..: - .. 1 . , 'W ' ' - --1 - 4., -,,, -:.L.L, .' '11' In-1 lf?ff,'j.,"'15f1" ' ' K fi "J ng 5 , 4 li'gQ..f' wg.-I HKV1 1" in , , I N ' l V Q - AIRVING E. TEIMIBLETON JAMES W PERSUNSA- V Q A"A' '.Es'B.WEI5f:E1.ER.A .Q I , 4 . 4 . I Il,Q.f vw. f IQ3,gY,3,-li ' '- ' 3 'S .f- 1. . ly? v"i'7fT, - -L f ,x I1 ., 1-- M f-5230565 A , '1U- F3R0f?T5 l V. w A' y, Q 3 J . ' ' ' 13'f.f.M I --C, V, -E H' Ziew 'Eff FACULTY 012 LAW ,., X 1 'Q , X I age - Sixty-lzilygg r- - - ---1+-w 'ff m l 1 .xxl 1' n,1, , f -+Y'f' 'i"'fzfigL 'W".I1u,wSw-'wwM: few' xl-.11 M :1 . , ff-V ', ,' J -r J- " H , rf -X, X ' J' vw gifs MVluhLlwMQgMi1ffflr f?1iK-JMMQ f W ff N N H w f ' 'M' 4 W Y- ,,. ,xxx -. , .rv .A ,-1,11 5 L ,J , 7, FACULTY OF LAW HON. CHARLES B. WHEELER. A.B., LL.B., Williams. Justice of the Supreme Court. JOHN LORD O,BRIAN, A.B., LL.B., Buffalo. LORAN L. LEWIS, JR., A.M.. LL.B., Buffalo. FRED D. COREY, LL.B., Buffalo. Lecturer on Public Service Corporations. ALFRED HURRELL, LL.B. CLINTON T. HORTON. A.B., LL.B. GEORGE B. BURD, LL.B., Michigan. Lecturer on Constitutional Law. WALTER P. COOKE. LL.B. ,JAMES L. QUACKENDUSH, LL.B. GEORGE D. CROFTS5 A.B., LL.B., Cornell. 4 Lecturer on Torts and Contracts. A. GLENNI BARTHOLOMEW. A.B., LL.B., Buffalo. Lecturer on Bailrnents. CARLOS C. ALDEN, LLM., .l.D. Dean. and Lecturer on Property, Equity, Practice, and Pleading ADELBERT MOOT, LL.B.,AllJany Law Sclloolg Alfred University. Lecturer on Evidence. SAMUEL J. HARRIS, LLM. ' Lecturer on Crimes and Criminal Procedure. RICHARD H. TEMPLETON, A.B., Syracuse. Lecturer on Corporations. JAMES W. PERSONS, LL.B., Cornell. Referee in Bankruptcy. Lecturer on Bankruptcy. DAVID RUSLANDER. LL.B., Buffalo. Lecturer on Wills. RALPH K. ROBERTSON. A.B., LL.B. Lecturer on Agency. EDWARD C. SCHLENKER. LL.B. Lecturer on Sales. DANA L. SPRING, A.B., LL.B. Lecturer on Negligence. WILLIAM C. CARROLL. LL.B. Lecturer on Domestic Relations. IRVING R. TEMPLETON, A.B., LL.B.., Syracuse. Lecturer on Personal Property. .JACOB SICHERMAN. LL.B., Buffalo. Lecturer on Insurance. THURMAN W. STONER, A.B., LL.B. Lecturer on Partnership and Conflict of Laws. LEWIS R. GULICK, A.B., LL.B. Lecturer on Liens. MOREH' C. BARTHOLOMEW. A.B.. LL.B. Lecturer on Quasi Contracts. HENRX' W. XVILLIS. A.B., Michigan. Lecturer on Negotiable Instruments. Page Seventy LL 1 A 5 ' 1 w w I M . , 1 M 1" V ,, V . r Y Ai vi' . ' 1 ' .i W tkrf X , H Y Hi V V l- ' I rf 7j' if , ' 1511. Y ml. -'R ' 253, 3 2 1 'Q Qzl M 1 A 'A' '1 TW 'j W? f - ,-ufkqw W 'L l f- .1 f - w I'EEEQIWQQWWU11i:lJ, 1i:-w'NBLQQJLITHP"Lf1-5:1 J 'Q 1 j' ' -W ',lHfEl3'5M-3'-f'3:-'T 1 ll l l fl C. 11 l . ,,,f . . Y 'HX ,... ,, A.-. -...-. -..-------V.-......1,-.--W...1 fxf- - T111 1' ' . fo fn on no " D .N-f. 1 1 lf- .1 -1 .- 111 "lWllF'llil'TlllT'lfElVl5lZi,.2l:Q7Tli -11fWPf'11'1EFi1f1vf.. 1 - f . 7-1 Q 1 f 5. 1-Jw l' 1 . 1 312-fm1l1111l1lg11111f1f1.,j'1l1l51llll HllWEEigf71111l11Ellllll1EEllii1il 4----'JL' A! -WA-W YNY, W W, .. , Y Z 1 MQ 5 L . - ' Q 4- 5 .-' Q21 T ' 1 -5 ' . . .D 3 "mf 1 ... 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V - .1 .. 1' -'few i' ll ,-132. 1 1 " it Anwoum A. CA1fr:ct:LA'1'Ro i ' il Utica. N. Y. .Q,5"i.5 i yi Alpha Phi Delta. . sk 2531 . p Q' Mliii i rl ii N ' 'ii w L. '-iii t ff' l L. 1: H: 341' 'A i .te-:iv l if FRANK B. Coucotmw .9 , " Buffalo, N. Y. ,. Phi Delta Phi. 91 "l'reastu'er, Freshman Class. iQj.'r.tM l I ' I --1-ii Q 1 . 153' . QT Q l T li- J! It - -V -- ,r , ,--:ig N 'l Rosa t,onNm,um t ig ' . '-wa .1 Buffalo, N. l". - fl Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. 'rfjiigf . Q i Manager Girls' Basketball Team 'ZLL i ifjfi U.-B. Wotuienis Club. ' ' - K ' 7-za i Si QQ 24 ,li , .... .X r, -sv t , JL 1 " I' I ai -J HAIHOLD KJENT CHRISTY 351' Irving. N. Y. ' 5 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, '19-,21. Qggg wr -N University of Florida College of Law ,2l-522. H 4 EDWIN J. CULLIGAN 1: 4 ,E ill Dunkirk, N. Y. it Delta Chi. 'ia at . GTE .l FREDERICK T. DEVLIN if I Buffalo, N. Y. 12523 Delta Chi. .ilf1" Law Representative on S.A.C.g Captain of mg , 3 ,W .3 5 ggi! 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DmscoLL Buffalo, N. Y. . Phi Delta Deltag Sigma Gamma, Phi. Debate Clubg U.-B. Wonienis Club, Vice- President Wo111en's Athletic Ass'ng Seciy of ,liinior Class, Class Poet, Treasurer, Senior . ass. PAUUNH EVANS N. Y. Team. Buffalo, Bowling S'1'UAn'1' L. F1'1'zPA'1'mcK Buffalo, N. Y. IVIICHAI-:L P. GlilRACI Buffalo, N. Y. Cornell University, 'l8. Alpha Phi Delta. Bison Representative, ,2l. JULIUS J. GOLDSTEIN BuHalo. N. Y. Law Editor of the Bee '24g Debating Team '23-'24-g Treasurer U.-B. Club. FF kt 'X .bzglgfl " Vi: . we 1. . 21 fa 73 ?! Fig? F5 ?? 1: x.1. F-551 fig? I if? Egg ?i4.':'fi :fi 3 l 4 ..-J .. HQ fr-. . , ,Yi l N E l Fifi lei? I 'fgl ' K ' 5.512 .H 1 E l TE" 5 ' lil I 11113 ff: 1 ,. - 1 . 15 153, f S1 Fi 1 F ! ?E?2fl 3 ELE2-'i' E 15-Y 11 LZ2! F511 1 D351 555' 1 ' -1 1' Riff! 1 Li. L .3 ' 151351 HEC.. ' 1 Page ScL'e1lLy-four - 35-iii, liifii rig .i...i:i.T.. iiwg.. -:-.g': i K- ---f---f-4-- -'--- ----v- -. 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V 41 fum l l 1 ' 1 ,E , 71 JOSEPH SILBERT lvijflxil' Buffalo, N- Y- A iff ' Sigma Alpha Mu. jpg! A.B. Cornell University, '15. ,gf First Lieutenant, U. S. A. 1 1, Jig! K ,ggi l ji sa Q-L ' Q l A H age evenly-seven D-.- .. .1 .-----....-. A rig-5 Wqs:sfl11TQTwWm,g5s2.65 H- -as x., as-41:5 'wrfy::ffrm2,5i4 A -, ,l Q lv- Mull ll WJ.Y''QMlilwxAw-:l:?w3'w. fr I Ill- .fu - lt gall 'lr' fall-251: 5,1r":.f,xlW:,5?3l'wNulllfifq--': '-H1 MU. lf: fmllllllllllllllilllliwi 1illllllllllllllillla-wQllll5'iM.lQhL'fligliilifjflllll? 31? 135 il 'Es 5 3flMliZliM.fMlllf'Ma- L' -1 1.611 . - LL' MS: I .W I I I , l:-+P-Lf.: if ' I 371 I S.. I -I I ' '21 ,I.::' 1 I gf-- Hw-A A-A . , P-Q Gy f , 'MW is., 03361 F112 ,yilffii 9.ii3ImIwI1II1,IIgQ.!2I:e.III.I:fIII-,w--I SAMUEL C. SONNABEND Buffalo, N. Y. Kappa Nu. NELSON H. STALEY Tonawancla, N. Y. ICATHERINE K. WELCH Buffalo, N. Y. Phi Delta Deltag Sigma Gamma Phi. Inf.-Ifww II 1. IW-,I I A 'I III! I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZ Q E-1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . 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SQUIRE ' DEANOF THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY P ' 115 1.1 Vx, 13,-.1 I1 11 K' . 1. - l'fs'1"' XM Q 1 5 E, 1 , 1.1111 if ' 56 1: L: 51' :Eli E , E I 1' Q13 1 1, ,. 1 F51 'fy j 1 gg 5-.xg 1 y'H11f1' 1 1 .. 1 h -1 ,1 1:1314 , , r -f I 1:55 . FE! O " ! 1 5' L iv--in Wi? in--gn -xi -S M V - AAN ' Page Seventy-nine I A 3:?TWWm"fV42i1'Nf.1" '.T'7T'7i:7il'3f:'f"' ' ff" '?'i-VTQQ' - 45 W Aw- 11915 I fp! 4: "" '9f'T-inf-1-321:-wwf4-F:f---Y---1435? 11-1 M' Vaif-l",.: .11 - -N , ,1 X, T1 I - , fg V - i' "NTI, , :ff +1 ,,'1"1 11 '1 ,11' 1':.:v.-'J "W ',-11H:Q:1w'11 1'l i11"vS . '11 11 " 1 1 ' A -T-..,vn Y , .V ,ar -,, ,X 'I ..-..x,..- M In L W W ,.E- . v..w ..'f A .,-, S... 'Ji i - ....A7 ... - , , A 5 - ELI H. LONG -it Jos. L. L. CLEVELAND 1' ' I W CHARLES A. PANKOW ,.v T1 I Y'iYV ' . , RUSSELL W. GROH EDSON J. FARMER 5 P'Ll,E.i'i L ,,, ..1 . Q - . T, ,,. 17 GRIFFITH A. PRITCI-IARD GEORGE F. ROBERTS 1.x,-xu.,- , W +A , Y, EH fi FACULTY OF DENTISTRY T I we E , JE' ai Page Eighly T , , A xx A HERBERT A. PULLEIY 2121 A,.-.h,.,.,,r J, Q. ,wa ,,4 I , . ., 523197 'L-151: 1, , Wi fy ,- 1,-gf -' Ilkli' W fv"qr ' Q V, , . ,. ,, ,M ,. if f -1- . 15,'i.', 3641: . W 5:42 1g,, in f fl H. ' ,Y 1-jar 'V ' LQ, 'f.f13'2:.Qi vi 1 .22 '- 1 H25 I 5 , fE"'5'11' 'Mfr , , Y . fi H Ig 1- 1. fl 'I .17 I T R 'Emi VEST A..." J :fa VST R T' T I- fww v,E,,E w::5F6iv:f:-., ' . 442' 'TT' 35.1z-rwqzrt---W.,.V.Z:i...-.::,,,..,,.mzfliii 'f"'i'15'Q wiv 'bf'-i'E2f:".','fQ:WTC! 1 2 .A Af 41' wT'.'g'.. wr-'.ffa5 f..-3 .'L1'w1 :'::1.1-lu uflfzy 55332 1 Q ' 1 QL 3 0? 255. ii' -f ,.m ' i X. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY DANIEL HUBBAIID SQUIRE, D.D.S. Dean, and Professor of Operative Dentistry. VICTOR HUGO JACKSON, A.M., M.D., D.D.S. Emeritus Professor of Orthodontia. ELI I'1ERR LONG, M.D. Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. fflnesthesia, Physical Diagnosis and Special Medicinej. CHARLES IQINC BUELL. D.D.S. Clinical Professor of Crown anrl Bridge Wrzrk and Dental Ceramics. NIARSHALL CLINTON, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.S.A. Professor of Surgery. EDSON JAMES FARMER. D.D.S. Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. JOSEPH LEE CLEVELAND, D.D.S. Professor of Crown and Bridge ll7ork. CHARLES ANDREW PANKOW, D.D.S. Professor of Special Histology. HEIIIKERT ARMITAGE PULLEN, D.M.D. Professor of Orthodontia. RUSSELL W. GROI-I, D.D.S. Superintendent of Infirmary. GEORGE FENN ROBERTS, M.D. Professor of Bacteriology and Histology. ALBERT PHILIP SY, NLS., PILD. Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. JAMES CORNELIUS SULLIVAN, M.D. Associate Professor of Surgery. JOSEPH WRIGHT BEACH, D.D.S. Professor of Dental History and Ethics. GIIOVER WILLIAM WENDE, M.D. Professor of Dermatology and Syphilography. GRIFFITH GLADSTONE PRITCI-IARD, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Oral Surgery. ARTHUR FULLER ISHAM, D.D.S. Lecturer on Dental Literature. DAVID TALBOT MAIN, D.D.S. Instructor in Prosthesis. 5 . Page Eighty-one 5,3 Ti.rfi,fIb M . ffgwgrfmlvf- , Wrvih-S A ,f-t, -I v 'N I ' 6-AV ..- , . , ,.,, Al W "-- L " gn ': 9,.:1"wU' l .- ' - I 'Q 3 wi' mf- -' , . I' 'PPE Llllalh. .L .,.. 5!',5"i"4!, . lwfgflftalhitgiliii.fl!-. 'll 'fbi' 1 ' . fi S fl' P ' fx: i 4 S 'A' I Nl 4 ' ALBERT WALTER PLUMLEY, ESQ. Lecturer on Jurisprudence. FRANK WEBBER Low, D.D.S. ' Lecturer on Prophylaxis, and Oral Hygiene. LOUIS HALLIDAY MEISBURGER, D.D.S. Instructor on Special Pathology. EDWARD FARRINGTON MIMMACK, D.D.S. Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics. CHARLES TAYLOR IQENNEDY, D.D.S. Instructor in Special Histology. GUY MAXWELL FIERO, D.D.S. Instructor in Radiology. DAVID EVERETT WAITE, D.D.S. Metallurgy. C. MERRILL BROWN Chemistry. FRANCIS ULYSSES IQOHLER, A.B., D.D.S. Prosthetic Dentistry. GEORGE WILLIAM LORENZ, D.D.S. Chairman of Infirmary Stag, Operative Dentistry ALBERT BASIL CUTLER, D.D.S. Crown and Bridge Work. ANTHONY SAMUEL GUCINO, D.D.S. Operative Dentistry. CLIFFORD GLASER, D.D.S. 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Y. 1 1 . 1 , Alpha Omega. WQMIQTN Barretonian Society. 13 Dental Minstrel Show. 1 1 K l ROBERT W'lLLIAM CONN. JR. Snyder, N. Y. Xi Psi Phig Barretonian Society. Class Secretary, '21g Vice-President, Class ,22 Vice-President Barretonian Society '24g Xi Psi Phi Secretary, '23-,24. 11, 1 FRANCIS PATRICK CORCORAN 257:31 f. Syracuse. N. Y. 1V Xi Psi Phig Skullsg Barretonian Societyg 1f f - Dental Minstrels. Class Secretary, '22, I f: .1 ll , 1 'I I 2 HOWARD EUGENE DECAMP , 1991.1 Ithaca, N. Y. Delta Sigma Deltag Barretonian Society, 1. cies Club. 15 .1 Dental Minstrels. Class Vice-President, '21:, President '22-'24, Iris Representative, '21. lfffil 11 11525 gig-144531 SUSANNE J. EUSTAI-IE Tolmerre fYonneJ, France. T-31 U.-B. WOmen's Clubg Barretonian Society. Instructor Of Operative Dentistry in Paris, l 455.11 D F M Pg Scholarship to U. of B.g Society lf55'5f3l1 les Amid de la Franceg Graduate Of Dental we-1,1 1 fee. 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H5211 " ,Kappa Delta Psig Delta Sigma Dcllag Della flg Omega Psig Barrctonian Society. if :fill Hockeyg Track, '20, ' l I -. 1 l ' . lfifiiil 19.-1 . " 1l11:h l 1 ,lmrlss Pmzm' LAVIN 1f:ff ' Syracuse. N. Y. .31 BZll'l'Cl0lllL1ll S01-ictyg Ulm: Clulrg Duntal 1' Minstrm-ls. 1 Class Historian, ,23-'2-11, QQ' .. lkff- w Y 1 1-EE,,-1l 71 52 -ll V 511115 1 DANIEI. McCA1z'1'ux' Lmlfzu 1 Ii Loclrparl.. N. Y. f'1 Barrctonian Soviclyg U.-B. Club. jf Minstrol Show. ,Z-1-. iii I Swinnning. '24-3 mir Q Bison Art Staff, '21-'23. 1ii?:' 1.2.1.3 '12 'J I 111.03 41 ..., -- - 1 11 ' ' f I' i , f 11 1 gl-3 T31 LIYMAN Lows I,1u1c1:111AN 135: Q lf Rochester, N. Y. li.f,f, '14 3 Alpha Oxne,-:ag Ban-rctonian Sovicly. 1f1i1 Secretary, Alpha Gmega, ,ZZ-'2fL. 1' F 'lit' l.-5.131 ' 1. 35:51.-:Q IE' 5 I A ' FENNICR lzmn. L1No1s1.oo1v1 j Jflmcslown, N. Y. li 341 Delta Sigma Dcltag Delta Omega Psi. E-R311 Barretonian Societyg Muse and Masqncg 19,7 U Clee Club. Barretonian Minstrels. 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Skullsg Delta Sigma Delta. Barretonian Societyg Minstrel Show. . Pses. of Barrctonian Societyg Class President ,23gSoplIonIore and Junior Banquet Com- mittee. Skulls Basketball Team. Josern BAIITI-IOLEMEW MARTIN Syracuse, N. Y. Barretonian Societyg U.-B. Club. Bison Representative. '21-,23g Class Treas. '24-g Athletic Editor of Iris, 224. KsNNt:'I'II WILLIAM MCMAHON Syracuse. N. Y. . Delta Sigma Deltag Skullsg Barretonian I Society. I Manager of Minstrels.g Dental Golf Team. Chairman of Barrctonian Dance. T'lAROLD FREDERICK WIEESE Bradford, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta: Xi Psi Phig Masonicg ' Muse and Masqueg Delta Omega Psig Bar- retonian Societyg U.-B. Club. Editor-in-Cllief of Bison. '23-,243 Chairman of S. A. C.g Sec'y of Athletic Ass'ng Presi- dent of Bison Head Honorary Societyg Chairman of Junior Promg Censor 81 Treas- urer. Xi Psi Phig Dental S.A.C. Rep. i Page Eighty-ezgftt , A ifiwf- . .. 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Y. fgj' it , Barrelonian Football, '20. iiiiil 35 Alfred Universiay. alhil F545 1 i55'f'.jl 4 :go V, DEMONT FREDERICK OYER L Springville, N. Y. Wi Xi Psi Phig Barretonian Society. V55 -., Football, '22. EL Q35 f . I R if Vigil: l l A---.V W- LA V Y vga BOLESLAUS PACANOWSKI jggjf' Qff Buffalo, N. Y. 51:21.73 Barretonian Societyg Polish College Club. liiffll Vw mv 5.1-y-.al lgfll EEZ: L-hm A i kiwvv i it-YA ix Page Ezghny-nme . A lUTGTTW7TN'T'"'2iTTTi'i'f"TT'fWl'll5il?3l , My ,,, ,A ,U R ,W -J. MJo,d.,,,-':'1,1' Rr: A .f fm.. . .Y eg- A .3 ,xv'i,41.5 'N Yggeigji' q3,f,'-315541: -. i!f"'!!1,Q-.QQ-W 'r V. f Q EL kf!um?'EgwgE wl -. -. .4. ,. ,,m-. 7 . . ' ,V ' 'ii' 'IN :zu Q1 ,fLfU"'1Qfllil:l1 l ' 1 'A ii ' 4 'N f '. r 1l,p1L.". -, Q. Page Ninely , WAV 1--...l CARLTON lVlELVIN ROBERTS Perry, N. Y. Delta Sigma Deltag Delta Omega Psig Bar- relonian Societyg Masonic Club. Bison Head. Manager Basketball, '24-g Member Athletic Council. Ross CHARLES SANDEL Buffalo, N. Y. Barretonian Societyg Iris Staff '24. EMILI5 CARL SAUER Snyder, N. Y. Xi Psi Phig Barretonian Society. Class Secretary, '23. AUGUST CHARLES SCHWENDER Buffalo, N. Y. Xi Psi Pliig Barretonian Society, NVILLIAM J. SHANAI-IAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Psi Omega. Barrctonian Society. LAUREN C-HAARLES SKIFF Gainesville. N. Y. Delta Sigma Deltag Delta Upsilong Deita Omega Psig Skullsg Barrctonian Society. Terry's Miusti-els. -,.. . , 1 11-W..--W W. Y, -.......-. ..-M... .,,, -.,, ,.,,,.-, 4 514. F1 ,li 4-,, ...qv 1 Y A. 1Q' 11- H Wm K.-, ,, 1. ,- ,, Niwfq, A-M VYWf,,Y-- ,A W AW --N 1 I I ' T 1 5 E 5 1 M15 I , 1 1 iff -3-Q 1 '+ 4 i 9.-5:71 1 . Fil i 1 i L' I l i3i' .fif 1 5 1 1 of 11 I ' 1 - - ,fi Viiiiii 5 , fir' 1 l L :iii 1 1-52:1 1 1 1 2 3 1' if 75 1 , ill lg 1 , 3:1 I F3 1 1 1,Y', ill 11, , 1 ..,. . 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Alpha Omegag Barretonian Society. HAROLD RAYMOND S'r11AsSNDR Rochester, N. Y. Delta Sigma Deltag Barretouian Society. Barretonian Minstrels. Cheer Leader, '20-,Zig Manager Freslmian Basketball '23g Football '22-'23. lleaki I ri: L,-31 11 ,fog 'T' mg 5 13. .iii-Ev 121 1 21,5114 1 1 1 1 1 ii in--I " 133251 1 MH! F51 .11 1 if -21 if V11 DAN TAYLOR Buffalo, N. Y. Barretonian Society. 1 1 E1 1 1- EDWIN B. TERRY Utica, N, Y. Delta Sigma Deltag Masonic Club. Egg Director, Dental Minstrcls. Q51 gig M --kn - ri Y- If-X f P-A-WM -br, ,X wmv' ' A Page Ninety-one 51111 1 111 11f1 " T ' 'F14 -- 1111 111l 1 k gllhl 111 121 2111. 131 111111 11115 1? 1 1 1 4-A., ,K , .,,, , . S, .. ..-if-.Y.g 1. . .7..,,,,- A? . . ,... WTTKA, ,.,. ,.f..,,.u:.q! m,,.,,,,.'.-. WUT.- !.-.-.ET.1.,.,,L.' H 3 3 :fa 555 'I . ALA J I . , --. +11 fwltmtfWi11I"1ll!fQT.':5.z-1t211'l'llwa'ehF2:" X ' 1 , if Efffiiilllllllil H RM 11:52 lgiiij lg. .yi 3 bait, 'fl i '30-'z-El . . .1 . -"' fl-I FREDERICK V. 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Professor of Biology. WILLIAM V. TRONS, Ph.D., Minnesota. Professor of Analytical Chemistry. RICHARD F. MORGAN, Phar. D., University of Buffalo. Professor of Geology. CORNELIUS M. BROWN, M.A., Williams College. Assistant Professor of Chemistry THOMAS F. COOKE, ME., Columbia. Assistant Professor of Physics. EDWARD W. SINE, B.A., Wesleyan University. Assistant Professor of English. E. RAYMOND RIECEL, Ph.D., Harvard. Associate Professor of Chemistry. GEORGE E. XVASHBURN, B.S., Mass. Inst. of Tech., Ph.D., Univ. of Berlin. Assistant Professor ofliomance Languages. DAVID E. WAITE, B.S., Mass. Inst. of Tech. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. FELIX A. CASASSA, B.S., College de Chaptal, Officer d l,Academie. Associate in French. CHARLES ELBERT RHODES, M.A., Princeton. Associate in English. CHARLES W1 WHITNEY, Ph.M.,, Hillside College. Associate in Economics AUGUSTUS H. SHEARER, B.A., Rutgers College, Pl1.D., Harvard. Professorial Lecturer in History and Library Science. WILLIAM H. PILLSBURY, B.A., Carleton College. Professorial Lecturer in Education. RICHARD WII.SON BOYNTON, M.A., University of Buffalo. Professorial Lecturer in Philosophy and Sciology. MME, MARIE L. CASASSA, B. es L., College Sevigne. Instructor in French. OCTAVIA SOT0, C.E., Chapultepec, Mexico. Instructor in Spanish. CARL F. SIEKMANN, Teachers College, Detmold. Instructor in German. M. ARLOUINE CHESEBROUGH, B.A.. Cornell. Instr-actor in Biology. FERDINAND F. DIBARTOLO. B.A., Syracuse University. Instruf-for in Imlian. CARLOS E. HARRINGTON, M.E., Cornell. Instructor in Mathematics. ORTHA L. WII.NER. B.A.., Holyoke College. Instructor in Latin and Greek. WII.I.ARD H. BONNER, B.A., College ofthe Pacific, MA., Leland Stanford Univ. Instructor in English. VWIAN E- POUND, Ph-D-. University of Toronto. InstruCtor in Mathematics. RAYMOND CHAMBERS, B.A., Northwestern University, Ph.D., Harvard. Instructor in Economics and Government. GUY BAILEY DOLSON, M.A., Cornell. Instructor in English. , ROY C. ITOLL, Ed.D., Harvard. Instructor in Psychology and Education. FREDERICK J. HOLL, B.S., University of Buffalo. Instructor in Biology. EMMA E. DETERS, Registrar. JEAN AGNEW, Librarian. ANNA C. ULRICH, B.S. Secretary to the Faculty. 12459, rN1nry-asf O . gg g -I , W. A ., ' A' " ' ' P ' " ' ,iii , :' V 1 1 1 1 Y 1, 11 11 1 , 1 1 1 W1 11 1 1 1 .I 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1: 1, 1 11' 1 1 WL l 1 1," 1 , '1 1-1 , 11- 11 1 1 -'- Vi 1. 111 - f 1 1,, ji.: - 1 V , ' ' ,i -- ---f -1- -V , -Y ,,,,,,,,, Y ,, ,YY V W1 -1 , 1, 1 rf 3----A 1 .Y K 12.1 ' . ,1 Y V- 1 111 'Y , 111 :1111 1 . 511 .1 1 ' 11111: -l11LLY111A1.-4,flY1Y 1-1V1,'-M'-,NL1 1 1 YYY- . is R I 1,11 1 Y xghx 1 X11 1111 1 , 1 1 HMI 4.45. E. N t.,..,., ...MIN 'lie' ,AT L .V I an "iii I A I ' FIII -4:11 I . ' 53:44 455 I ia.I I zfi I fl iii - 'Q ... :EI 1 I . . N4 .. ....., .QI II W T7 ' -L. I 1' II .I 1 l. I I 'I . 5YI"II -I .1 'rf-.I -I I i I .I' -I III I . ' III Z-gm . II I. W., - fd. 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Junior Yearg Senior President. ffl: Captain of Hockey Team. ig? 1 . IVIILDBBLD LUCILLE WHEA'1'ON ,N Buffalo, N. Y. 'ifw fi Theta Chi. Qgjgrjg Muse and Masque. Manager of Tennis '22-'24, Vice-President of Senior Class. 1 ' R . . -am ef ll-:pill - L-Agknirw--'A-Hgfi MAKE W f M57 A M fx One Hundred Five -il fml!llMMlan5ilMlMlMulmN filuliilzlhlvfawmhllmlfipg.Q eg L jill11mllilflhmwyg1gfyi,54QMiQ.gWlilll1l'ly F LZ! L 7, 'x i'I if 'Ti L, "Wli41"' 'T iiiit'--15' me ffiin- in'-rv' iTi7if"1fTw',W'vWWQI'TW7TWU5Tii' in TA? X W I ,, ,C , , iw i, ,, Nmiiwww, Tm!! Mlpilf: LWHNUV ff " A,,,' ,,,,,i4, ,,..,.,! ,ii 77:5 ,N 5 -1' milf .Qi ff.- 7- --. .Y - .L-. .---. - .f X., 1533 .N A GEORGE MAXWELL WILLIAMS l I j....'5i! Buffalo, N. Y. Sigma. Muse and Masque. ' French Prize ,21g Honorable Mention in French Comp. ,22. , U'1"li0 M. WILLAX Q 35415 ' cm Buffalo, N. Y. Sigma. C166 Club '22-'23g U.-B. Club '22-'23. 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Beta Chi Epsilon, Vice-President '24, D.H.D.g Senior S.A.C.g Publication Repre- sentative ,22-'24g Captain Chemics Bowling Team '22-'23g Football Squad ,22-'23g Inter- fratcrnal Baskethallg Student Assistant '24. FRANCIS I. MUI.I,INS Hornell, N. Y. Beta Chi Epsilon fn, -.. -. ' 'Z-3 "1 if? I 'fm 'Q 'fI,1'!.ig1'ff',5'li1II1iL':"517T?fi"1'II.1? I -,-.,. I lfitmi I H233 2' - I Q-? , lf T212 I I 11 1 I fi. 1 1 IWW , If I fi-Ti? i I lea I I I' I E gpg . J I Ii I F I , I EE I 653557 551 I 'gi I 4. .4 vi' .,.-Urn H II I,. ,.,-:...i I 01:4 F4 . 1 .. .1 .1 .,..... Ii?-iii Ii' f Eli II.-1 - I - fx I1 ffI Vs,-in YT. ,iiiqu wffll "Eg-Q I Q rl, I i I I I : JI l 1 . IN V ' ' 'YI X , I .i , IEW 'T34 iyzjiile Wgf.-ig, I 3 I I v,,f.s 2, , .K ,E ---f-in ILQIQQ l 1 ,k 1 55:4 I lLl?i I ff-5-ij . vikii? I .iIIwEX.Xfl I it 'A I Ii " KSIZ 'IIIQM ' 1 ' 'BIN N" I, ' I I IIIIII .ChxII"-H rw I - K -v .-H-'ff 'N 'T 'Riel :,u.,.lI"'.L1"p1.E.gE.g:':..'1 LL." 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Beta Chi Epsilon. li D.H.l?.g Chemics Bowling Teamg Officer of ig B.X.I1.. 11 , A .. . V ..,,,,,:, ,:4.,, , , 1, 1 1 l1nllil1r111ii12iEiiii il 1 , if Iilllllf' llllllp , 1. 1 if 1 .-Q. 1 1i E 1 1 1 1 1 EJ 1, ,, ,, 1. lr 11,1 ,ffm '-.1 1 1 7, ii, Qi ,pl-1 l 1,Y. 1 1 1 1 1 A 11:11 . f11 JU: 1 . I N Q21 ,H ,xy .jg uni ,41 1 '11 lil: 1 LQ 1 f.. ,1 ,J 3:11 -1 A F' 31 11' 1 1? 111 1 ' 'Qi ' 11'1 ig Fi? i , i 1' 12515 11,53 V 11 1133 194553 iii i 1 11 11-1 111f11m1W1fTM1ffwf111111111111111 211111151111 fi' 11'1'1 1- 1 '11 -A 1 'Y 1'11 51121-4' f1 ES" 'f' ' if ' 11111 11 WU" 11V1?'1,111'W'1z11Z111111 1 '14 111 11"11f111iE?1.f:? 1, 11111mi1111i1i11m11.11111. 15115,--YEQ1 fi,EZ,,, gf QB, gg ui COUNCIL GF THE UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO Chairman . . . Secretarv - - Treasurer . . . Terms expire 1924 LOUIS L. BABCOCK A. GLENNI BARTHOLEMEW 'CHARLES CARY WALTER P. COOKE GEORGE D. CROFTS FRANK H. GOODYEAR I ABRAM HOFFMAN EDWARD MICIIAEL WILLIAM A. ROGERS Terms expire 1295 FRANK B. BAIRD MRS. M. STEPHEN CLEMENT ORRIN E. FOSTER WILLIS C. HIGIQMAN THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD NELSON G. RUSSELL ALBERT P. SY .. WALTER P. COOKE PI-IILIP B. GOETZ .. . GEORGE D. CROPTS Terms expire 1926 JOHN J. ALBRIGHT EDWARD J . BARCALO HENRY G. BENTZ JACOB G. JOSEPH EDGAR R. MCGUIRE JAMES H. MCNULT1' JOHN LORD OSBRIAN MRS. DEXTER P. RUMSEY JACOB F. SCI-IOELLKOPF Terms expire 1927 MRS. EDWARD H. BUTLER WILLIAM H. CROSBY M. BURTON ESCHLEMAN PHILIP B. GOETZ DANIEL J, IQENEFICK SEYMOUR P. KNOX ROBERT W. POMEROY GROVER W. WENDE EX-OFFICIO Chancellor . .................... SAMUEL P. CAPEN Mayor of Buffalo ........ HON. FRANK X. SGHWAB Dean, Pharmacy Department .... WILLIS G. GREGORY Dean, Law Department .......... CARLOS C. ALDEN Dean, Dental Department ...... DANIEL H. SQUIRE Dean, Medical Department ...... C. SUMNER JONES Dean, College of Arts and Sciences .... 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"11'H1'J111,!2-.KH-'-' 4E111l'f'11'l5V '14 1 - 1' 9 1- ff'1f' 'QYIW1-1"'z1U!wlf11W1'1" ' J11111511M1l11J:EE1,m11111162211-QMM13112111113111-51111551115151 1 ,Q-1. 131 ,idx if -5 12,41 fj111i1.1.:111?imm1M 1111 Tm1""'1'111 311151 M111 A , 1 wgzf CLARENCE F. MARSH DEAN or THE EVENING SESSION i History of the Evening Sessions i The phenomenal interest aroused in Buffalo by the Evening Session of 1' the University in its first year is most significant. ,xv Wg-Q, The city had been awakened to a sense of its responsibility in educational -f matters when twenty-five thousand of its citizens contributed to the Endowment Fund. The further fact that an educator of the standing of Dr. Samuel Paul P 9 E Capen was moved to lend his aid in developing our opportunities gave us added lg! confidence. But the response to his first move which placed in the Evening V t Session twice the number of students that had been anticipated by the most l i 'ii sanguine should be gratifying both to Chancellor Capen and to Dean Marsh. i SN Page One Hundred llwelive lennoni my , 7 A f. E- W of an -E E 3 -1- - - gl'llrg41Lggrilz-1 T E E E-cvmmftgl , 'l ,ggqrgzll 1"fYf A ,w 37.3, x its 5-ff, ,El - I -lit ., ,ff 1 i 222-1 ,,i:Q-.751 , 1 . ,1 , ,a 3 L' A 1 fn, Q 1, -XL g 1141 il T ia' 5,1 :A V, ,, 1 " 1 Wi lx . . 'I in , f W , Y ,N l ' w ff w ,W 5 -lx. , -.v.- :.- ' T131 nz ,' 1' "x 521 w E.-4 JEAN X ' 'Q ' pw-:aff ,ffiut n..-L11n5:'.x...l' 'ff jpg: Wfl ' sgf?-l fr 'I ll tual? Until last September the University had not been in a position to atiord many privileges or opportunities to other than regular students, This fact was apparent to Dr. Capen even before he came here. Universities in other cities for some years have been doing one thing or another for people who have not the time to be regular students. There are now evening sessions in connection with most of the universities in the cities. Some are more in the nature of lecture courses which do not approach college standards. Most of the stronger universities, however, conduct evening sessions that carry the same credit as if they were daytime courses. CLYDE CADWALLADER limroia or THE EVENING Sisssioiv As soon as Chancellor Capen arrived he began to cast about to ascertain how he could best go about establishing this department. After three wee-Ks he prepared a statement to present to the University Council. He then spent a number of weeks trying to find an outstanding person who could be induced to take charge of this work. He had Dean Marsh in mind because he had known of his work at Northwestern University and had seen him at a number of meetings, and had hoped that he could be called. After inquiring of other educators who were informed on the subject, and after learning that they were unanimously in favor of Mr. Marsh, Chancellor Capen paid him a visit at his home in Chicago and there made him a definite proposition. Dean Marsh was at that time Assistant Dean of the Evening Session of the School of Commerce of Northwestern University. This School conducts a day and evening session for adults and has a registration of about four thousand students. His experience had been chiefly with students. His particular work was in planning courses and ad-vising students as to which courses to pursue, as well as teaching three classes per week. As Dean Marsh humorouly puts it, "Although I was happy in my work at Northwestern, my immediate superior was of about my age, and apparently enjoying the best of health. I had con- sidered and rejected one or two other offers, but the possibilities in your City were so tempting I considered the matter for a few weeks and then accepted Chancellor Capen's offerf, Dean Marsh arrived in Buffalo in the summer of 1923 and was ushered into a large, bare-looking room, now known as the 66Office of the Evening Ses- sionn, where there was a single desk, and told to go ahead. During the next Page One Hundred Tlzirmen it 1 ji' ,J H 'i :Q '- . .M MT- 5 for weeks he spent. most of his waking hours pacing up and down Main Street interviewing men whom he wanted for instructors in practical subjects. Dean Marsh states that he is greatly indebted to Mr. George D. Crofts, University Treasurer, for giving generously of his time piloting the Dean around and intro- ducing him. How well they succeeded is attested by the names that appear in the Catalog of the Evening Session. Members of the faculty in the Department of Arts and Sciences were most cordial in their willingness to co-operate with the new project. Thev offered to teach without compensation during the first year, if necessary. The fact that practically fifty per ce11t of the students in the Evening Session are following academic courses eloquently testify to our appre- ciation. During the month immediately preceding the opening of the first semester, the Press was most generous in giving space to advertising the new project. The Buffalo Evening News was particularly public spirited. Every morning a reporter was sent over to interview Dean Marsh and work up a story. This story would be run off and copies circulated to the other papers on the day before it appeared in the News so that the widest publicity could be given to the Evening Session. All of this was done free of charge. The University has not been called upon to expend a penny for newspaper advertising. At all times and at all stages of the progress of the work, Miss Helen Crosby, Secretary of the Evening Session, has been invaluable in assisting Dean Marsh. Miss Crosby is a graduate of Vassar College, and was for some time assistant to the President of a Wfomenis College in Smyrna, her knowledge and experience in college work and her wide acquaintance in Buffalo were of great value. Dean Marsh declares that her work has been of inestimable help. The faculty of the Evening Session have given evidence that they thoroughly enjoy the work. They have had two dinner parties at the Chamber of Commerce and the contact of professional educators with practical business men has been mutually stimulating. More social events are in the air and the group is de- veloping a college spirit that is unique as it is broadening. This is the first time the University has been able to nring together a composite group of instructors taken from several departments. During the year, l07l students have registered in the Evening Session. Of these, ten per cent are college graduates, twenty per cent have had college work, and fifteen per cent have had Normal School training. An additional thirty per cent have graduated from high school, and but for the Evening Session could not go to college. Many students are finding new possibilities in life and arc being stimulated in a wonderful way by the opportunities opened up to them during the past year. Men who feel that their positions in life are such that they would feel out of place and embarassed in an ordinary evening high school have found themselves. Inspiring stories could be told and will be told as the Evening Session wins its way into the hearts of Buffalo students. ln conclusion, let me quote from Chancellor Capen: NI think the Evening Session is one of the most conspicuous features in the University, and its success is phenominal. lt has been popular in the best way and has actually served a real needf, -Clyde T. Cadwallader. Page One Hundrerl Fourteen . , 1 tt- 1 W t ,. vw, t w . t ., M' y 1 I I ' 1 W. L, I lr' I. w l i I, lf: iii. :A- f H li frsjggf. Miss SELORA GASKILL, President The Pharos Club Although the Pharos Club which is the Wo1nen's organization in the Even- ing Session of the University of Buffalo was not formed until near the close of the first term, a great deal of progress has been made to make this a lasting in- stitution. The club is goverened according to parliamentary law and has a board of directors consisting of twelve members including the six officers. Miss Selora Gaskill was chosen as presidentg Miss Florence Martin, first vice-presidentg Miss Edna Peterson, second vice-preidentg Miss Elsa Kolba, secretaryg Miss Elsie T. Lodge. financial secretary and Miss Margaret Crowley, treasurer. The other di- rectors are Miss Ruth Avery, Miss Sophia Alexander, Miss Ruth Weserheiser, Mrs. Gertrude Byrens, Miss Maize Wagner and Mis Agnes Burke. While one of the chief reasons for the club is social life, the other benefits to the members have been numerous. The personnel of the club includes many women and girls occupying executive positions and through their inHuence and guidance, the less experienced members have been able to make greater progress in both their studies and in thir Work. Practically evry branch of the Work Women are engaged in today is repre- sented in the club. Miss Sophie Alexander is at the head of the advertising de- partment of Flint and Kent's store. She is also first vice-president of the Associate Retail Advertising Clubs of the World in connection with which it is expected she will attend the convention in London, England this summer. Miss Ruth Weserheiser is secretary to the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences and her work Page One Hundred Fifteen ee es eases- - -A--as 1- g -V 5?Ntlllli'iil"'lI i it .' .T is 1 1-r A ' r- 'il' ' w W li x ' w 1 we. -- -- Ap. . ' ff' LLEXLJ:JaL.'1'.'M'n-....',.QJ'gQ51,'fE,1f, , , -' -. if . .,, . - 3 N N winj Y ' .1 5, ,N . ' ' 1 V T',.,,1z-. mg,,v'ihi.fj Q, 1' , H 1 - A r ' A 11' ..N.".,"'1:- f ., Y A ,, ., ., ..,.,-,....,..i.,. brings her in contact with the most 'learned men and women of Buffalo. Miss Elsie Lodge is head of the auditing department of Trico Products corporation, and another member, Mrs. Gertrude Byrens, is an instructor of English in Masten Park High School. Miss Ruth Avery, an Oberlin College graduate is engaged in social welfare work. Dean Lillias Macdonald has in addition to her numerous activities, taken the club under her wing and at the first meeting expressed her keen interest in the work the girls were doing and assured the members of her co-operation in the clubis success. The organization and development of the club offers a wonderful opportun- ity for the members to experiment in club activities which after all comprise the backbone of women's social life today. It is the aim of the club to enroll just as many new members each term as possible so that as the Evening Session grows, the women will have some organ by which to express their view on matters pertaining to student regulations. in case a member of the club for one year finds it impossible to return the following term, she may still retain her membership and attend meetings. Plans are now being discussed for a permanent club room in which these gatherings can be held. V A Saint Patrick's party was held on March 22 in Townsend Hall for mem- bers and prospective members only. Miss Ella Langermann was chairman of the committee. This Was the second party the club has given, the first being a reception and dance in conjunction with the Lantern Club on February 16 for the new students. At the meeting of the board of directors on March l, it was decided to have a May dance on Friday evening, May 2 in Townsend Hall. The committee in charge include Miss Margaret Crowley, chairman, Miss Ruth Avery, Miss Sophie Alexander, Miss Elsie Lodge and Miss Florence Martin. The chaperones will be Professor and Mrs. Harry I. Good and Professor and Mrs. Albert R. Shadle. In June it is planned to have a picnic, definite arrangements for which have not been decided upon, however. The club is conducting a membership drive and any girls who expect to attend the Evening Session next semester are invited to get in touch with the chairman of the drive, Miss Ella Langermann. Page Une Hundred Sixteen , , i'.",11w11,,. 1 "1 pm 1 ,,' 1 M ' ' , , f-Ev, ir 5.1 """' M'ff""" -"'- 7r'i"f""--1-fr 'S lv-'X " l 'W-'wk Zf'flxV'.' 1,11 wif' ' " jfs' .ir : -. lu" W' ' H -K+ g V :CA ' 'fi ' ' 'Wifi-. 3 4 xi NUI pi 1 75 is . my 1 ... -W L, ' i""-- 'J 11.1.2.5-, .' 1'1" ' x 'H' f' sf. r . 1. - uf, . .- . 4 ' -'vvr M- 5 ,-... V ,,-. sir, fx , . Y ., . . f J -, mv., .....-..-.-..,44 ,R.R"" 11 1 Tw. T T , - 1 1 rl T 11. I . ., NWN! 4 Y '-.T 'Ui 'W ,Hy w I V I I V ,X ...X , ,VV 2 .. ,....-,EY ' 1 LTA' I ,Vi A QWWOJ ru F Zi?Y R OJZ 0 Q 3, - 'f77"5?fZ - ' ' '-ff .,,.. V ' wif " ' H ',.x K m, 4 I CROWLEY MTXRTIN WEIERHEISER ALEXANDER W BURKE IQOLBIS LODGE N GASKILL WTXGNER PETERSON BYERNS Officers of the Pharos Club President .......... T First Vice-president . . . i Second Vice- president Secretary ........... Financial Secretary . . Treasurer ......... 1 Director .. X: Director . . . I Director .. - w . Director .. Miss SELORA GASKILL . MISS FLORENCE MARTIN .. Miss EDNA PETERSON Miss ELSA KOLEA Miss ELSIE T. LODGE Miss MARGARET CROWLEY . . . . . Miss RUTH AVERY . Mlss SOPHIA ALEXANDER Miss RUTH WEIERPIEISER . MRS. GERTRUDE BYREN5 V12 Director .. .. Miss MAZIE WTAGNER Director . . .. . Miss AGNES BURKE N 'Y ln i Page One Hundred Seventeen M V' R ' y ' T ,'i1'i'DTU' xiii 'A Q-7'fMW'D I :X -"1 'v ' " ' "N 1 ,wi . 1, -A , W K Y- -1 M1 . 1 - 1 ,1',111- . . 4 J. , . -. . -1. '- -- l - . 1 . .- 1 11 za :1 11 .2 -,1l1lllill!liiflxQL7ie i 1 J 111 V ' l 1 ,fx '1'1'll' AX' - A-11 1- , .1 1 . 1,1f 1 ',11-H-'11 1' 1 , 1 . .,, ,1., 1..i,,. 1, 1 1 .L -., -r... N , ... .1,1.111... 1 . H. ...MT -..mu i. .,,, --Y.--x ..--.4- .... 4, .,.-,..-n ,,,, in A 4 K, , i?i ROY H. WARMER Pnssinsm' or THE LANTERN CLUB The Lantern Club The Lantern Club is a live organization of men who are studying in the Evening Session of the University ol' Buffalo. A semi-weekly luncheon is held Saturdays at one olclock in the Statler Hotel. A good speaker, music, singing, and food served in Statler Style, are features oi these meetings. These luncheons are proving so popular that they promise to he a permanent feature in our clnh life. Two dances have been held at the Statler Hotel this year, each of which was a real success. Our Saint Patricks Day Dance was the culmination of the sustained enthusiasm of our memliers. and it fully justified their efforts. All male students in the Evening Session are eligible for membership. Men in a variety of occupations are thus brought together and stimulated by their common purpose. The Cluh has heen the means of many new friendships that are sure to mean a great deal in our lives. Good fellowship is the dominating note in our program, and for this reason we modestly believe ourselves essential to the success of the Evening Session. l Page One Hundred Eiglztccrz 1 '111'1121T211 111-' '7 " "' 1' W mm' - - 4 - 'N llll l ' 1 1 I , 1 4 ll? E M22 I Emi! iii! 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MCLEAN A Secrezary ....., PAUL A. TOWNSEND Treasurer ........ DOUGLAS CAMPBELL Financial Secretary CLINTON W. DAv1Es S. S BARNES E. A. BIRKLAND JOSEPH L. CLARKE E. P. DENDY A CHARLES L. PECK ALFRED D. WANDEII I I gage One Hundred Nineteen L. :.,...T7., ..... T .... W .,,. ..,.7..L. . ZA...,.,! ... .. -..A . - . ,J My V V. 1. " U1 LQ ,V 4 T .QM 1- mu ,fn . A . u .. , .4 A 14 .fm :L fx , A . A R. A . , .... ' .A Sf' 619' K- 'i xl: .Vex .W , ,..,M,, V 7 1 N U 'Jr' 7. . , ' ,I , -. , , i, V ,w,1,,:i,,x,g , , ,. ., , ,,,XV,,V.,.,', ' ' " ' ' -A 'f X' '- J ' vywU,3N"" a 11 v 1 I x f - -' 1 --' gf' ' - : X : ss-.m...-g.e,,,1 w.,.,-.....,,...m,,,,v Y .Y.gq rt, Y YV Ng?-I The day Students and Faculty of the University take this op- 'portunity to welcome the Even- ing Session, extend their best wishes, and oyfer their co-opera- tion to not only further its suc- cess, but also to make earth member feel themselves a part of our Institution. ! ' ,J I , S XZ -sex s Xsfi Page One Hundred Twenly it l 'fwgzf 1 C. i l 1, 'D 2 r w CLASS OFFICERS President ........................ JAMES E. DOLAN Vice-President . . ..... EDWARD WEIGEL Secretary ...... . . . HAROLD J. WELSH Treasurer ......... .. RICHARD J. TURNER Iris Representative . . . . . . XVILLIAM BYRNES Bee Representative . . . . BERNARD J . DOLAN Marshal .......................... EVELYN HEATH ANDERSON, W INDON E. ANNUNZIATA, AUC. J . ATKIN, SAMUEL BARATTA, RAPI-IAEL M. BARRESI, CEWSME BATES, MARLO P. BENSON, LESLIE A. BERRY, GEORGE D. BOOKE, SOLOMON BUEEAM, EDWARD S. BURNS, JOSEPH E. BYRNES, WILLIAM C. CARR, ROLAND B. COLTON, RALPH M. CONNELLY, LEO CONSTANTINE, HAROLD DANIELS, FRANCIS R. DINATALE, PETER J. DOLAN, BERNARD J. DOLAN, JAMES E. FARROW, FRANKLIN C. ROLL CALL FINGER, LOUIS FISHER, DANIEL C. GILDEA, MARIC A. ILIART, JAMES R. HAUSER, DAVID H. HOFFNIAN, JOHN L. JERGE, ISADORE L. JONES, W. YARBY IQAESELAU, ERNEST A. KOHL, JOHN W. IQOSCIANSKI, LEO C. IQROMBEIN, WALTER H. HEATII, EVELYN lVIARMORS'l'ON, JESSIE E. MIETUS, CONRAD A. NIIKULSIQI, FLORENCE G. MOWAT, IQENNETI-I G. PILLION, ETHEL D. SMITH, BEATRICE A. STENSTROM, ANNET'fE T. VASTOLA, ROSE M. 0,CONNOR, CHARLES M PACIOLLI, ORLO C. PETRINO, PETER A. POTTER, lV1ILTON G. POWELL, ROBERT RECAN, JAMES S. ROSSA, CHARLES T. RUTECKI, PAUL J. SANBORN, LEE R. SENDKER,, RAYMOND W SMITH, WILLIAM M. SI-IEARER, GEORGE M. STEWART, WILLIAM C TAYLOR, WILLIAM PIERCE TURNER, RICHARD J. VAUCPIAN, STUART L. VVEIDLER, RUSSELL M WTEIGEL, EDGAR W. WELCH, HAROLD J. XVENDE, REINHARDT C W ETZEN, DELMO L. The Class of 1924 As Seen After Ten Years Just picture yourself out in California on a sight seeing trip and as you go thru the streets of California in the City of Hollywood, you admire the beautiful houses and the pretty movie actresses who go busily to their studis to shoot the big scene for the big picture to come. The sight seeing buss moves slowly along and the guide points out the many houses as the homes of the actors and act- resses and he comes to one that Stands out as the bird of your eye and he, the guide, says, N011 your left is the palatial home of the eminent Doctor Solomon Bookef' That'swhat happened to me five years from now, and I jumped right Off and rang the bell and Walked in as the Sign Said, and if you saw what I saw, about three little boys ranging from one to four years of age. I managed to plow thru them and enter the ofhce and at the desk sat our own little Sol with the same little mustache, but not as much hair on the occipital bone. He was delighted to see me and we had a great time that night. He told me that Les Benson haf: gone into the soap business with Mr. Larkin and that Miss Heath and he were married and Stopped off to See him on their way towards the near Wlest. Page One Hundred Twenty-Iwo H c fi. 1 W- - T. H 'X ...,. .1 A a 5 l left Sol feeling fine. His wife was as pretty as a picture and about as tall as he. She was a Buffalo girl but I forgot her maiden name. Then I journeyed East, coming thru Ohio. I stopped off at Girard and failed to find Dave, but I founu Bee Smith who told me that Dave was in Youngstown on consultation on a case of preadolescence hyperputuitarism. I inquired and found that Dave and Bee were together since 1924. Shetold me that Eddie Buffum had been there only two weeks before and that ,lerge came thru about an hour later looking for Bulfum because they had had a fight out in East Aurora and Eddie said some- thing that ,lerge didnit like. I never found out whether or not Jerge got him. lf left Girard and started toward Youngstown and met Dave on his way home. We had a great chat and he told me that he had seen ,lerge and ,lerge was still sore about the time he fl-Iauseril disagreed with him on the type of breathing that was heard on a case in clinic at the City. He also told me that he was in Buffalo only last week and that ,loe Burns was keeping pace with the profession and had married a girl he used to run around a lot with. He said Joe was very happy and had two children. I think he said that Joe had his office on Park Street or somewhere in that neighborhood, where all the specialists locate. Then I came farther East and stopped off in Elmira and who do you suppose I saw there? Bobby Powell and Dick Turner were having an argument about some case in the hospital. I met them in front of St. ,loseph's. I couldnit get what the case was, but Dick wouldnft treat it because, he said, he was afraid ol getting the stuff himself. When I came along, Dick and Bobbie gave me the old paw and we went to Dick's house for supper. He had a pretty little place and some wife. I think Bobby said she came from Tonawanda. Well, the first thing that Dick did when he struck the house was to hit up WI'he Burning or Rome" on the old upright. Bobbie said that he was unmarried and he wouldn't tell me why, but Dick said it was because he was disappointed in love. After a good meal, we had a chat and I learned that the Dolan Bros. had a clinic in Binghampton. It seemed that Bernie was the big cheese and ,lim was the Medic- al man. Both were married and between the two, had a half dozen kids. 'Dick said that all the people around Western New York were going to the Dolan clinic for treatment and were getting results. Bobbie told me that Rody Carr was still practicing out in South Buffalo and that Conrad Mietus was in with him. I think he said they were specializing in Obstetrics. That night I stayed at Bobbiels apartment and took the morning train to Buffalo. I landed at the Terrace about I0 A. M., and as I was waiting for the taxi, who should come along but Colton. I yelled at him but he didn't hear me. l got a street car and went to the Statler. As I was registering, someone brushed by and who was it but Connelly. Vlfe had a chat in my room and I found out that it was the Alumni Week at U.-B. Leo left me then because he had to go to the Sisters' Hospital to do an appendix. I nosed around awhile and finally located Daniels on the phone at the Phi Rho House. I met him the next morn- ing and found that he was in Rochester doing big work with Constantine who had married a Rochester girl with whom he fell in love while visiting Dan. Dan, by the way, had a wife, too. I guess he found her in Buffalo while he was in his Junior year. They were the only ones I saw that day and I thought 1 would go on my way because I was disappointed but they assured me that all the gang would be back so I decided to stay. I had supper with Dan and Const. They told me that Pete DiNatale was knocking them cold down in Batavia and Page One Hundred Twenty-three . i I - I o an E7 3 -J"" "1 ' r i x ' I 'N 7'-I if ' '1T',.7i'u'i11'i1"': ,. . Av .1,,w:l'Il1lifs.i' I 'N MINI A -I ,. it W, ,i ,. 'M " 1' " w'1vJ..' that he took a lot of his cases down to the General Hospital where Dan and Const. were on the staff. After supper we went to Shea,s and then we looked over the Statler but I couldn't find any names I knew on the register. We parted then and I retired. I woke up about six o'clock and heard a lot of racket In the room next door. Upon inquiry as to why all the noise, a big fat fellow open- ed the door and Mowat stood before me. Well, he picked me right up and threw me over to .lack Hoffman who was still sitting on the bed. I wasnit there long when in walked Farrow who had heard that we were in the hotel. We talked awhile and before we knew it about fifteen were in that room and, did we have fun? Well, we talked over old times and on roll call, we found that Finger, Fisher, Gildea, Hart, Jones, Kaesalau, Koscianski and Krombein were the new arrivals and had secured rooms on the floor below. All reported good business and successful work. Jack finished dressing and we went out to eat. While eating at the Statler grill, who came in all dolled up but Jessie Marmor- ston and Ethel. Vlfe found out that they had just arrived from China after a twoyear missionary work and they said they liked it. 'Doc paid the checks, including the girls, and we then went to the Club in Farrow's new car. If I remember right, it was a Star Sedan. When we got there, we met the Whole bunch. Annunziata, Atkins, Barratta, came in from New York and reported lots of work and success. Baressi, Bates and Berry were still in Buffalo and had charge of the Medical clinics at the City. Bates reported a dumb class of Jun- iors. We learned from Ethel that Miss Mikulski had gone to Texas to specialize in Tracoma. Dr. Bennett sent her down. Chuck 0'Connor had charge of the State Hospital and couldn't get away. Paciulli and his wife were in Penn Yan. Pouch was making good. Potter and Jones were running some kind of a clinic. It seemed as though Milt was sending all his medical cases to Yerbe and in return Milt got all Yerbe's O.B. cases. Began was the big cheese down at Oswego and was expected to arrive that afternoon. Roosa was all in at Orchard Park from a severe attack of asthma, but Sanborn had gone out to get Sendker and they were going out to look him over with the various kinds of pollen. Shearer and Pete Taylor were taking over the Chemistry and Pharmacology work at the University by request of the Board of Directors. Jones said that George and Pete were doing great work. Mrs. Stenstrom was busy with her home work but was able to help her husband. Someone said that Rutecki was in Vienna, taking charge of a hospital there in the absence of Hans Finster. Bill Stewart and Smith were down in Olean and had quit medicine because they found their oil work too much. Vaughan was assistant Pathologist at the General and was going strong. He was to read a paper at one of the gatherings, on MHOW to Reach the Islands of Langerhans." Veigle, Vende, Velch, Veidler and Vetzen were going big as specialists in Buffalo and some in Rochester. I think that Pete W'elsh was at Geneva and Wiidler was in Jamestown. Someone said that Cap was maried but I donit believe it. . I 1 One Hundred Twenty-four " ' , "5 -e- iA-f- - 4- I f P5 1..WW- .. ..., ,,., 7 ,-...-,,,,,,, , it . w it 9--N-. - -mm w ,i . 1 .f i .. - .h ,. -yi, Y. 1 ,.,,.,..i,P'm . . .A , sqm X 1, rf. ..: wi M ' L: L, if .. ... xmrr u..,..r-.a..xn -1- -'Tx 1 -W' -w f-" r- f -1- f--- ff-we , H I I X I I 1 w il wi it W I.: . f ---- -f --' f--f WW r-' r' "1 , "." . . - W fy, 5-1.1 -nf f" ff",.'- 1: 1-J - 1 , Q - 1, ,. , - 1, ' ,, ., ,M X .Ri M, ,, ,, . 1 1 1 1 lil!-1 U tilt-.,. xlibs ' fx Sw- 1-cl 1' ' l " l l 1 l "WW ' 1 Nwlnxlly 1' V" wldwl' ' ' I , l ' ii QE, '1aa':.l'rlii?,w5 . p lip j i History of the Class of 1924 Admitted-September 27th, 1920. Age-64. Complaint-Palpitation of the heart. Shortness of diploma. Family History-Mother and Father alive and well. Six sisters alive and well. Fifty-eight brothers alive and well. No familial diseases. Past History-Has had all the diseases of childhood and all the diseases that the various professors have spoken of in the last three years. Head-Nothing in it, slightly enlarged. Cardio-Respiratory System.-Palpitation of the heart every year for past four years, comes on in spring usually between May 15th and June 2nd. Some dizzy spells especially in the morning after a night before. Castro-Intestinal System-Frequent attacks of gastritis. Last severe attack, ac- companied by nausea and vomiting, occurred in 1921, at Main and Ferry Streets. Otherwise negative. Genilo-Urinary System-Negative. Extremities-Feel tired at times, especially upper part of lower extremity. Last year was very severe pain in the posterior part of uppermost portion of the upper part of lower extremity. Says thinks it is due to posture all year in alumni hall. Pain was severe in character and radiated to head in late afternoon. Nervous System-Nervous at times, almost to the point of tremor. Most marked in January and Spring of the last four years. Accidents-Many subjects knocked out at various times when hit by various professors during the past three years. Present Illness-Dates hack to the Fall of the year 1920 at which time patient decided to take a trip to Buffalo and indulge in the study of Medi- cine. Was never sick before. At this time patient became very ill, due, he says, to the odor that came from the anatomy room. This lasted only a short time and patient became well, resuming his work until December of that year, when he became very nervous and suffered from over anxiety on account of certain papers which he had taken from him for correction. This lasted for a period of 3 weeks to 2 months and he finally was able to, again, take up his duties. Again in the spring of that same year, he was in numer- ous accidents, when the pen of many professors pricked his card and the fluid made some red spots on it. After several months he was able to go on and the red marks were eradicated. This has happened off and on for the past few years and the patient says that now he is suffering from extreme nervousness because of the worries of a private nature as to what might happen in the early Spring. Physical Examination-Shows no abnormalities except the absence of a diploma and some nervousness and palpatation of the heart. Diagnosis-Q11 Absence of a diploma. f2jNervousness from over-anxiety and over work. Treatment-Implantation of diploma assures recovery by June of this year. Page One Hunclred Twenty-five ., -, Q- ,. 5. tw .-yi. T --A 1 M , l X X , ,x 1, JU 33, 5,55 H5553 2 . 1, , Hs.. 173, ,. ll U V PIIQEII S W ij, 'Wy rlaiu ,f y , Q hm., ..,3.. ' ef f ,.Q Wg' A V.. 5 X 5325 3: 5:4 , , x 91 x.-K , .. 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Trcfasllrvr . . . Marshall .... Bisfzn Reprvsenlative . . . . I ris RaprCsen.ta1iAUe .... Bev Keprescntaliva . . . . Hislrzrian . . . ALBISTON. JOHN A. ANCROVIC, JOI-IN H, BIENDERSON, .JOSEPH BLAIR, MARCUS A., JR. BLINZLER, EDWARD A. BOJARSKI, DANIIAN BOND, OCTAVE M. BRUCKI-IEI MER. SYDNEY BURKE, BERNARD F. CASLER, MILFORD P. CI-IIARELLO, JOSEPH CILE, TI-IOMAS L. CLEART, JOHN P. CLEVELAND, CLAIRE COOK, LOUIE F. COOKE, JAMES M. COON, FREDERIC W. CRAIG, EARL J. CUNNINGI-IAM, THOS. L. CUSI-IING, ROBERT H. DAKE, CHARLES M., JR. DANIELS, LEE H. DEANE, RUSSELL G. DENVER, MAURICE E. DIPASQUALE, ,JOSEPH J. DOLCE, FRANK F. DOMINSK1, LILLIAN V. DORFMAN, PHILIP EMBLIDCE, NORMAN E. FIORELLA, LUCIAN A. GENCO, FRANK C. GOLDNER, LEWIS R. GORENFLO, WILLIAM J. GRANDO, MICHAEI. A. GUGINO, CHARLES H. LIARFORD, HENRXT ROLL CALL HARSCH, JOHN G. LJELWIG. GLENN F. LIENNESSEY, THOS. M. HUBBARD, MABELLE S. JTJURWITZ. SAUI. JNFANTINO, THOMAS JARDIN, HAROI.D J. JIMERSON, I'1ERMAN S. JQEIZER, ALFRED H. KNOPF, JAMES L. KOLDIN, LEO ICREINIK, NIAX LANO, SAMUEL J. LEONE, JOSEPH C. LEVENSON, EMANUEL LICATA, SAMUEL C. LODICO, XVILLIAM B. LOJACONO, FRANK C. LUONG0, FRANK C. MAUNZ, DANIEL H. MAZUCA, MARY JVIELLINGER, RAYMOND M. NHETCALF, LAWRENCE G. NIICHALSKI, EDMUND A. NIOGENHAN, EDWARD B. MORGAN, XVALTER MOIKRIS, CHARLES P. NAIIISACH, GEORGE W. NUSBAUM, DAVID O,BRIEN, RICIIARD J. PANASCI, HENRY PANTERA, ANTHONY M. PARLATO, VINCENT PARSHALL, ROBERT B. REISEN, REBECCA ROGERS, ANGELINE B. ROSINSKI, GEORGE C. SAMUEL J. VANINI VERNON L. SMITI-I ALBEWI' H. KEIZER .JULIUS STAMM JOSEPH CIfIIARE1.I.O .. . .JOI-IN G. MAIRSPI A . LEWIS R. C'0I..DNER ROZEK, FRANCIS A. RUTKOWSKI. LEON SANGEORGE, THOMAS SBARBATI. MARY J. SCATCI-I, JOSEPH SHEAR, FORD C. SHUMAKER, LOUIS SIMPSON. ROBERT A. SMITII. VERNON L. STAMIVI, JULIUS STEED, FRANCIS T. STEGNER, CLINTON C. STURNER, FRANCIS X. SUGARMAN, ABRAHAM SWAN, J. JLLLENE SWINTON, DAVID W. TAVANO, JVIARIU TEFFT, STANLEY E. TILLMAN, EDGAR M. TOMAKA, PAUL J. ULMER, HAROLD G. UMANSKY, EARL VAGGE, WILLIAM E. LVANINI, SAMUEL J. VAN SLYKE, CLINTON E VARCU, BENEDICT W. VOLK, ALMON H. TNIOORHEES, GEORGE W. XVARD, GEORGE MANNING WASMUTH, HOBAR1' E. WHITING, ER. C. WICHMAN, MORRIS HNVIGEDNER, MORIIIS WILLSEY, ALFRED E. XVOELFFEL, ROY H. YELLIN, SAMUEL B. Pave One Hunrlred T1.UT'l1I' Sezen J za 3 J 'S A fi., ..I. -A' ...V ... . JA .. A -. 31'f'.j.t' 111 L"'f7'T':I.w-lfrwf' 'I xx . I ,141 .1 -..v ,NL Q.. .L , ...I X ,, L., L . fm, w,,,LLw1,'.. .- I fy: ,A ,I " I' I 1 N rf' r' U I R .. L. I A I H A f I Pl .wi is ww I .1 A I AM L. ..'I.I,., ,T L.-f..rf.T ,. . ,I., . ,. . V -A f-.51 11. ,. '. 11 1 9- . Rm RM, ww' '. I- 5: mf . J .yg,w,.g' ,' 19 'I I' JE' Time and Success If I were to search thru the volumes of history to prove the truth of my words chosen for these few paragraphs, I fear, I may commit myself to that phraseology whose meaning would not perhaps be explicit or clear at sight. To prevent this, I shall forget books and use everyday words to explain the thoughts in my mind. Without a shadow of doubt, I shall displease some. However, should one read and understand the primary' mtive I have in view, my efforts shall not be in vain. As we course thru the avenues of life, we continually plan and hope for the future. We build castles on far away sites. We sing and shout our aims from all angles so that everyone may hear. Yet, have we ever picked a quiet corner, seated ourselves and attempted to reason upon what element in life all these hopes and ambitions were based? Have we ever asked ourselves that question? It has but one logical answer expressed in the single word, TIME. This is that element in life which ushers us in with happiness and great ex -pectations only to terminate all our efforts at a fixed moment and remove us quietly and sadly. We have lived thru a period of education no former class has ever had. We have been given material aid and conveniences that our former graduates never dreamed of having. Wee-why, we were the first class to receive instructions in the first new building of practically the formation of a new and greater University. What gave the inspiration to come here? What gave us the liberty of visualizing our aim? Time. You might refute the reply by stating that it was ambition. True, but wasnit that ambition dependent upon a duration of space which in reality was time? - And now these two years are about to end. We are about to venture into the world to carry on a work for which we have devoted two years of our lives. Our object now is success. In order to obtain success, we must assume new responsibilities and obligations which we must not shirk or else we shall not gain our objective. If we lend our every effort, we succeed. If our duties of today are relegated continually to tomorrow, ours is a failure. Iiet us remember that the tomorrow is but the today wished for yesterday. Failure seems to lurk everywhere. Occasionally it takes its toll of human ambitions, for better, for worse. Failure does one of two things. It either stimulates us to try again and profit by our previous errors or drags us down into the mire form which we cannot ascend. The man who can take a jolt and try again is the one who always comes back a greater and better man. On the other hand, he who hadn't the efiicacy to put on added effort goes down surely, as one who is caught in quicksand. Think of the price the latter pays. He is ostracized from society. He loses his associates. He actually becomes a liability to mankind. Would any one of us want to be- come a member to the ranks of this class? Of course, our answer would be in the negative. However, unless we remember our responsibilities and especially our obliga- tions, it is certain we shall not succeed. We, as professional men, have a two-fold responsibility. One is to the com- munity, the other to ourselves. Our community demands a responsibility greater than we can imagine.. They expect us to be their humble servants, which we should be. They expect us to One Hundred Twenty-eight use the greatest care and intelligence, and unless we do so, a greater responsibil- ity falls upon our shoulders---the jeopardizing of human life. To ourselves, we are responsible to the extent of becoming a success. This means we must use our intelligence intelligently.. We must apply our tactics in a manner which shows precision and exactness. We cannot start this, finish that and work on something else at the same time. Man is capable of doing one thing at a time, and we should not try to be an exception. Obligation is a word most of us often forget. How peculiar it is that we often forget the essentials that lead us to our success. These essentials are like the links of a chain. Let us remember that 'ca chain is as strong as its weakest linkf' Again, as professional men, our obligations are greater than that of others of the community. Vlfhen it is expanded, we find it to cover our university, our friends, our families. To our University, we owe more than we shall ever be able to repay. It has given us our education. It has given us our foothold on life. And for all that We have given little in return. In fact, very much less than it cost the institution. Are we going to forget our Alma Mater when we get out and away from our present college life? Shall we turn our backs upon its occasional requests for aid and support? Wie cannot. We must not. And, if we do, we are removing whatever possible aid the university can give to men who cannot fully meet the requirements. Who knows but what this act may cause one of our own friends to become the recipient of it? Our friends are our assets. A man with a hundred friends is wealthy. Friend- ship always brings content and happiness. Our friends are continually interested in our actions, They are always willing to aid us whenever possible. They bring us good cheer when we need it most and have helped us weather many a stormy period. lsnlt the obligation we- owe them obvious? It is said that man is indispensible only to ,his family. The truth of these words needs no further comment. They mean more than my humble pen can describe. What greater gift can a man receive for his efforts than the accomplishment of his ambition. This, in short, constitutes success. The successful man is consider- ed in most every instance the most honorable man of his community. Honesty, which is the honor every man possesses, walks hand and hand with success. In fact, it is one of the essentials in aiding him to become a success. When you think of successful men, to whom do your thoughts lead? Men, such as Vlfashington, Franklin, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Wilsoii. Each of these men displayed such individual characteristics as faith, thrift, benevolence, cour- age and force, yet their traits in common are honesty and faith in fellow man. There are volumes written upon success. Each Volume bears another version according to the opinion of the author. But, in short, if we live up to our re- sponsibilities and obligations, back it up with honest labor, with a dynamic force that will not falter at the strongest of opposition, we shall succeed, thus reaching the accomplishment of our ambition, SUCCESS. And in closing, permit me to quote the words of Mr. Foster at the dedication of Foster Hall. Wlien called upon to speak, he said, 'Alf Iwere to speak here, l should be a failure, and We don't want failures here? If every graduate ot Foster Hall will carry these wonderous words in his memory, he cannot be other than a success. However, time will tell.-L.R.G. One Hundred Twenty-nine aw lg M Wmifx ' U mum. 'V ' 'A I ' :l11u 4' J4 X XX mv-- l -4 fi -h. in li it m-vR."-4!!v: W A Mm' EMBA ' M W ,., , ,,f,,, , .. ,,N,,,,, ,www . WW-. W Sin , Y Wg , ,W ., . .. Y.. , - - A , 4 - yr., Y Y, 7777- .v-W Y Y- -W1-T---vw--, Y 1 ' ,, , 1 Q ff, , I-,v - , . . --'w ,,, ,,'1,3,w, 1, , W ,Q , ,M W W . ,- -, .,, X 1, ,4 , --I , , 1 ,V L, 1 .Y U, School Of Law, Class Of 1924 Preszdent ................ Vice-President .... Vice-President . . . Treasurer ...... Secretary ....... Prophet ........... Bison Representative . . . . . . . Bee Representative . Iris Representative . OFFICERS TORRY DEWITT DODS-ON . . . . . . . MAIIIE TERESA SCALZO ALICE ELIZABETH HOFFMAN . . . . . . . MARTHA E. DRISCOLL IKATHERINE WELCH .. ......... OMAR G. OLDS MICHAEL P. GERACI JOSEPH A. IQOLASSA . . ...... HAROLD I. POPP Law Representative, SflLdCIll,S Activities Com. .... FREDERICK T. DEVLIN BAIER, M. L. BARR, C. A. BARRETT, H. W. BIELSKI, E. H. BIQNDOLILLO. F. J. BLEYLE, J. R BRINIIMAN, E. O. BRITT, D. B. BROWN, C. E. BUSCII, L. H. CORNBLUM, MISS R. DRISCOLL, MISS M. EVANS, MISS P. HOFFMAN, MISS A. CANDEE, D. J. CAPECALTRO, A. A. CHASSIN, N. A. CHRISTY, H. K. CORCORAN, F. B. COSHWAY, C. J. ROLL CALL CROWE, R. J. CULLICAN, E. J. DEVLIN, F. T. DICKEY, H. W. DODSON, T. D. FINEGOLIJ, B. FITZPATRICK, S. L. GATES, E. GERACI, M. P. GOLIJSTEIN, J. J. GREENE, M. HIL1'0N, A. C. HISE, N. C. HOISMBERG, H. H. HOVEY, I. J. IQELLY, H. A. IQENNEDY, E. K. KEYSR, E. H. IQIRKPATRICK, W. A. IQOLASSA, J. A. LEHR, R. A. MCMAHON, J. MORGAN, J. C. O,DONNELL, J. OLDS. O. C. OTIS, S. OTTEN, A. E. POLLARD, S. K POPP, H. I. ROVNER, N. SAMUELS, H. E S SCALZO, MISS M SEROTTE, I-I. SHANE, C. 'SIEGEL, M. D. SILRERT, J. SONNABEND, S. STALEY, N. H. WARING, J. R. WEINSTEIN, R. C S WELCH, MISS K. I Page Om' l'llllldI'Cd 1111113 om .PF - ' . H, ' I II P .-.Ll Am.-,TL , ,W , , I -:I I 22 I -III ' I l 1 'III Y JI 7, V5 Q ' Fi f 'I .Qi I :Ig IVQQPI fig 'I I. A. if IZ ,351 I' IIYQII 1.555 I 'I M3-1 1 I I II I I -- 1 I 1 ,. ian gl-III' I I .I iff? 1-Fi 1 'gf I, I 1, S ,I 'i 'III +I-.ffm i f IfI 1 .QC ij! ri '13 if ILQIQII I : 'i'-I i I I -Q I Q I I II ' lfii ' I I 7' IIII if: I -N iq- Y, ixvq ,fx . .I TIN-L2 ., , I7"fIWW5i'11zI:I'IiII"I"U5f7T'I 'EIQFWITII I II I 3 , ' Q fqj .gy iff 35 IQ ,QIIIIIIQZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIQMMIIIIIII- IIIIIIL 1 " 1" " "U ' 125. Igeffrgm I I fm I IW! I H224 IIJQEI I',,',2 fl' . CARLOS C. ALDEN DEAN OF THE Scuool, OF LAW fx Iv Lf 1 I I I if ,I 'I I I I 5 3 I ?figI I I .-,,x , I, N I I Y III- 1 yifgi I I II I I -111 VQQI 1 III I 55.-If' I I ' 1 I gl 91 ma IIJIEEI Ii ij I 6 S: ,Y i R54 I I 25,3 I I I I 1 I , 1 , I 7.4 I I y. I--L I I sif- --'-ia ! I A iI I 5, gif I 'Q' I" f I I L i. C I -I I I ,-I ,ml ,js I :II I ,iz fn 'EI fl 'I 'EMI 'EI I -I . .5-ij f-11. I IL lII I IIE -I EI ,I IISv:' YI I. .W I I I I IIS I II Irrii'?1--vwfrfvvscw----f--. --'13fiF:11:7"'1 P n. ' 3, 'H E' E53 "I -- , , ,,,. I I I I .I I-Y I IQJL-WIIIII-IIWZIIIIIIEN-,IIJH II III'II'I"I:i.-i!QI2'ILIII'mII 1I.fII ' ' " ,Q Y x wr f7?l JT? --UI III' I.,-INS' 'II' I ' I 'IIIENEQA-1'I' IIIIIMII' I I 'I' ,I I ,III f' I-' I- ' .I -'I fri -,, I :M - .: f pg I ' II,i55IQ4IIFIIl5IIIIIIIIIQHIIMy-IIIIIQIIKH III' " ,Ig--QIQIAM Y I 'I III ,Qi 5 I IJ' 5 311+ QA ri 1-'I LII 5'ULI..I.ILg.JI -5' I , :TILL I II: 'f"'II'1IIIII:f-z"I.f1 -II:I'III'Ic+I E - li, -WMM Y YW A - , ,,,,, MA an-Q , -NI 'N -..,-,d-,,,,,,, vw..-3,4 A toast written by Jean Le Hoax, a lawyer of Vire in Normandy, who flourished in the latter half of the 16th century, and edited the poems 'of Olivier Basselin. K Translation by GEORGE CLINTON, JRJ A La Sante du Majeur Messieurs, maintenant delaissez Tous ves procez Assez vous durez. d autre temps Pour diavarice Faire exercice Sur les clients. Les advocats qui n' out repos Sont mal disposg On les voit hientest grissener. Le parsonnage Qui est bien sage Ne veut plaider. ,le n'aiu1e point d'illusion Sur le hoisson. On ne prend point sur moy deffaull Ny ccntumace A pleine tasse Quund boire faut. Mais il fault, quand jlay beu mon p Payer liescot. Diun client vous avez les saes Qui vous deffraye El le rin paye, Quiil ne hoit pas. Mais jene suis pour censurer Vostre mestier: Tous estats tendent a Vargent. Ceste journee Sout celebree Joyeusement! Feste qui vient au meis de may Rend le eueurgayg Et puis, voicy bonne liqeur: Quielle soit haue, Et qu'en salue Notre majeurl A vous, monseur mostre majeur, De fort hon eueur! Prenez le mal que font les dents En patience, ' Et non vengence Sur les clients. ot To the Health of the Dean Now, brothers, let us think no more Of legallore, Chances enough the times will hold To exercise Your avarice On clients' gold. The advocate who takes no rest One sees oppressed With wearinessg he soon grows greyg That man is wise Who law-suits tries The least he may. ,Tis not to me that you should pass An empty glass. At such a time lim never heard To call a halt Or make default Wlhen wine is the word. But whorao drinks his brimming pol Must pay the scot. You each a client have. I think, Whose purse will pay For wine today He will not drink. But it is not for me to blame The legal gameg All workmen labor for their fceg So celebrate , This happy date Most joyfully! A festival that comes in May Makes the heart gayg Besides. the liqu0r's good, I wecn, So let us drink And glasses clink Unto our Dean. To you, our Dean, a toast we fill With right good will! Endure your ills as best you may For your toothache You should not make Your clients pay. -Jean Le Houx Published by the courtesy of Mr. Clinton One Hundred Thirty-three l ,lu r '1 'Qt 'tl' -'f l " .L-3 .E ,. ti.. . L, envoi "The old order changeth giving rise unto the newn. To our successors we extend our heartiest good will and best Wishes. We commit to their charge one of the oldest and finest schools of the University, and if we have in some meas- ure added to its glory, We hope that it may serve as a firm foundation for their work in the future. George Harrington The Senior Class sincerely regrets the loss of George Harrington from its ranks caused hy illness. ive hope that he will he enabled to come hack nexl year thoroly fit to carry on the work where he left off. Famous Quotations from Famous Lecturers c'It's in Brannon? c'Attle do." ' 'The important part of this case is the opinion of the court." Wfhe water has passed under the hridge six times." uYou wouldnat know." i NNOW classf' MThis is neither a threat nor a promise, hut a statement of fact." M-decisions as multitudinous as the stars that shine at nightf, 'GA con-trac-tual relationf' Wfhe facts of a case is the important part of itf, 6'This is the last time l will mention this matterfi fensemhlel 'C-signed at the physical endf' 1 009' 009 .O f V Otis Conducts a Proceeding Supplementary to Execution QUESTION-'cW'hai personal property do you own, either tangible or intangible, ' that is, corporal or incorp0ral?', ANSWER-uyes, salif, Page Une Hundred Thirty-fo1u1 l 1 Red Letter Days. f, W aff I ' y - - F ,, 'H 'R' Samuels qaarafvfees Me QE alvsolufe f?1f21M6f'fify of any wlffvess be loufs on live sfarvd. n ,f h Nnvvoux "Wars paris his hair' in fhe 1111'a'cfle. A New Mrk Case is assigned In Conflicf of Laws! A Olds, on saggesfion, Q f X 4 ffofassa edifs file 76-1701 ea'if1'on of Cjjelflkfy CJJITGIQ. The Weaffly Wai! . Sociefy- Kafhewirre Welclv visifed Tbnawanda ,Beify Ho'ffmon l offended DicKPy5 Hcmvesf Dance. F Scandal' Frankforcormn had lunch WH!-u Mawfho Drnscoll. Mike Geraci was Seen in fron! of Laubes cfuwin Class h0Ur'. 3 9 'ESE-. FQFP Page One Hundred Thirty-five !, -'iwe W , M, , 5"'1M?mggi?caT-, mmm gm ff'lfx'ii'fKX3 I .WM X f 'HK 1.-1',?liQ'i - X 0 4qkW 'R, v, CD .:FE'f ' I 2 I-f':.'.'!!5 fr: 1 'f1f-1+-2- 12:15 :vez if" 1:1:vf'-'nf 'nf -zfgiz. Aifiikfv' 313:-5.522231 'rx -b'-' '--Q 1--'L 4' '- J' CLASS OFFICERS President ............ ......... H OWARD DEC-AMP Vice-President . . . Secretary ...... . . CLARENCE BENNISON .. . CHARLES AMO Treasurer .......... ....... , JOSEPH B. MARTIN Iris Representative . . .. RAYMOND L. MARCITAND Bison Representative .. ...... ,JOSEPH B. MARTIN Bee Representative . . Marshall ......... . . . . . BERT HEDDEN I. Z. BAER ROLL CALL AMO, CHARLES E. APPIAZL, LIENRY BAER, LEO F. BATTISTA, PETER L. BIENNISON, CLARENCE R. CASEY. WM. L. CASTIN, THOMAS E. CHEPLOWITZ, EIIWIN CONN, ROBERT W. CORCORAN, FRANCIS P. DECAMP, HOWVARD E. EUSTACHE, SUZANNIC J. FREITAG, HENRY L. GEORGE, MICHAICI. P. HEDDEN, BURT J. HOFFMAN, THEODORE C. JACOBS, DARWIN W. IQIELICH, ALOYSIUS E. TCINGSTON, P. E. IQLEIN, MAURICE W. LAVIN, J. PERRY LAYER, DANIEL M. LIBERMAN, IIYMAN L. LINDBLOM, FENNER LINEHAN, FRED J. NLARCHAND, RAY L. MARTIN, JAMES V. ,MAR'l'IN, .JOSEPH B. MCMAIJON, IQENNETH W. MEESE, HAROIID F. NLONCZYNSKI, VICTOR L. NIUNSON, GEORGE S. NATIELLA, GERALD A. OSGOOD, EDMUND 0. OYER, DEMONT F. PACANOWSKI, BOLESLAUS ROBERTS, CARLETON M. SANDEL, ROSS C. SAUPIR, EMILE C. SCHWENDER, AUGUST C. SHANAI-IAN, WILLIAM J. SRIFE, LAUREN C. SOULE, CHESTER H. STANTON, ADRIAN B. STILLER, ALOYS STRASSNER, HAROLD R. TAYLOR, DAN B. TERRY, EDWIN B. TULLY, FREDERICK V. TWIST, AUGUST VANDERPOEL, F.. C. WAREIPIELD, BERNARD G. WALLACE, CHESTER M. WATT, RAYMOND L. Page One Hlmdlecl Thlrtg sewn I' HJ" 1 ' ' M I' 'LFP 'L I ' ' o History ot Dents '24 Every first-class history records at least one first-class battle, and, in this mem- orial of Dents ,24, it is fitting and proper that we start with the famous Frosh- Soph mix-up of September, l92l. We had just entered school, green and trusting, prepared for an easy and peaceful four-year loaf, but the Sophs, barbarous and untutored creatures, hadn't yet heard of the Armistice, and proceeded to attack us without delay. It was a noble battle-or it would have been, if a certain old lady had been less energetic with her broomstick. This acrobatic relic, in some manner, suffered a broken limb in the melee, cramping our style considerably and contributing in great measure to our defeat at the ha11ds of our enemies, who thereupon chained us together like Roman slaves and led us in grotesque attire thru the town. Altho we were the losers, let it not be said we were poor sports, for we turned about and helped the Sophs make this same old lady independently wealthy, in an effort to soothe her wounded feelings! And ate rather infrequently for some time after, in conseqeunce. We worked hard that year, pausing only to banquet largely, on one memorable night with the dean, and others of the Faculty as our guests, and again, to pass our contribution to Art by a theatre party at the Caiety. Here, our unbounded enthusiasms overcame us, and we left early fby requestl with a police escort furnished especially in our honor by the management. There were casualities in the Finals, but we bore our losses stoically and starts ed our Soph year determined to discipline the Frosh, but that worthy endeavor was ditched, as the-new five year course opened and the Frosh had a year in Arts, thus escaping a terrible fate. We devoted most of our time to Dr. Sullivaifs course in the 6LSelection of Choice Cuts of Meat," and to intensive training of the Sleeping Team in Charley Pankowis class, emerging with world's records for M40 winksf' 100-year, and free-for-all distances. Junior Year brought valuable reinforcements to our number, and superlative talent of which we will speak later. Wie entered the Infirmary and assisted the Seniors in ruining the patients with astonishing facility and natural aptitude. lt was here that '60ur 'Rossi' distinguished the class by demonstrating to the Seniors and gained immortal glory for himself. To rest our weary brains, we made a gala night at the Garden, where a splen- did time was had by all, except a few who, after the second intermission coni- plained that each chorus lady had a twin and they were continually getting mixed up, and it was generally known that Hank Freitag went practically blind from intense interest in the er-er-charms- of the big blonde on the right side. History will never forget the junior Banquet-the intelligent gathering on that classic night, the flow of wit fand other liquidslg the mashed potato scooping antics of Hedden, and last, but, nay, not least, the vamping of Princess Carmita by our own Darwin. ffLet ter go, professor," while '6Willing George" Munson passes the hat! ' And now comes Frenchy in our midst to worry our reverend Senior heads, and ' G V 7 ' . disturb the dreams of 'Pac ' just when we thought him a confirmed woman hater. One Hundred Thirty'eigl1L - . -, ,N r I 1 1 - ' ' if-Y: T r , L ' n ' 1 J. -i az, 4 -u... 3QWWWll-779WT?lVlllfH75liS?.ff.' t 'T fl' ' l ll T 1,Qjl5Ig'j11li1l,lw v,l!ift'35 Wl1.'115lLli'i '15, 1 T 1 '-r,y,il-bl H . V li at' 'Il .M Ah, well, the loving-bug has bitten many of our number and several have become if l?6I16d1CtS, leaving the rest of us to mediate on the frailty of mankind-and 't x ,yt wonder when we can step oft. ' P". V . . . Speaking of bugs, tho-we introduce the golf teamg those heroic souls, 'l Amo, Marchand., lVlaclVlahon and Iiindblum who so gloriously defeated these if VI5 scoundrels, Twist. Taylor, Martin and Klein, who lost all the games and then QW' refused to huy the eats! Individual endeavor has marked our Senior year. We copped the Editor- .M ships of Iris and Bisong the managership of Football and Musical Clubs, and all other activities find 11s interested. ln the field of Dental Science we have 9 'N developed investigatiors like Baer, who introduced the white-hot burnisher test ' P 5 for vital pulps: Castin, who brought out the kerosine oil theoryg and Vander- if poel, who after thoro experiments, announces a new technic for treatment and WTF'-it filling of teeth in ucontented cowsw. ' t The crowning success of our career so far, was the Dental Minstrels under , the artistic and dynamic personality of Ted Terry. This talented aggregation played to the Alumni Club with great success and plans more pretentious efforts in the near future. We cannot claim this feature to our entire credit, but we are proud to say we were the first to sponsor it. furnish its able director and our finest talent. Vile still have several months lease of life hefore we leave our Alma Mater. i Wlhat feats we shall pull off are matters for prophesy, not history. All we can ' say is, they will be our best. ln our four years we have witnessed the wonderful Endowment drive. the beginning actuality of a Greater University out on the 5 Campus, and undreamed-of improvements in our own school. We are glad we g have had a part as pioneers for greater things for U. of B. We have tried to do lhfff. our part manfully toward the realization of U. of B's dream of better things. I To the underclassmen we leave the unfinished work, hoping only that they may iz: 2 surpass us in effort for the U. of B. and the Dental School. riff: V5 There never will he a class like Dent's ,241-at least the Faculty hope not! lf. E --J. P. LAVIN Hi-za lfiifef ,QV . ltgl' wig. fzliii iffiiffi tw Page One Hundred Thirty-nlne eil gigy-ded, .r,r. ,r ,,,,, ,,r,,r.- fr. W r.. .--..-... -Y ..... .-..--......---..--. 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LLOYD T, I'IOWELS ' AU REVOIR The time has come when we musl partg And Carter, whenever we wanted to eat, No tears are shed, no aching heartsg We'd all go to Bierma's, ol' course heid treat, Yet in future, we picture a day If we wanted to howl or go to a show, When we will pause, look hack, and say Let's see, who could we getg why Carter would lPalpitation ol' the knees, lump appears in go. 4 throatj. Besch, when down to the LY' for a swim, 'LI wish I could see them together once liioreqyglal 3 -lung? held ltake Wflffn Fei? f?5Vel,i33 That dear old class of twenty-fourg we qual' er? 0 F16 P00 m HH le 3 1 ef ku I wish I Could See them at my Side, l And when hed hit, YOU'D BE SURPRISED. 'ffl Or jammed into somebodyis car for a ride. A d b lf I F t, ld d t It V . n asi u reeman, so mn an ame, l h How the girls would tease him, what a shame , A, At noon Every day, always on I,llllC,. And walking to School, as he usually did, Wed all Mselublef togethel' We d dmei How sorry we felt for the poor little kid. ,, At the old frathouse, and proud were we, Every one was a member OYBXE. Grace Om. lady of hiqhest esteem ' - rr e Weis to us a student, a sister and queeng There was Rech the hoy from the sticks, gltliout 1153 tile Clgziiilfvllaljlclnhaaxlliisxfglfielziiecg Exit Always joking or playing a trickg C Umor' er ID yt 6 U y ' Never angry and never forlorn. . l Always the same at night or morn' Thlel?S1p'ttlinJillqll7ii ?I1lii:1cI5smxlil2:llleSrie'ei' forest ta. , ' .s t . . ,,: . '-fl There's a million things we'll ne'er regret. Culliaifs sayings, how they ring in my ears, All have their day, the stupid and clever. tl The things he said were always weirdg BUT THIS CLASS OF OURS WILL GO ON ,Lli How we'd laugh when held shout out loud FOREVER. IT ISNVI' EVEN FUNNY, or PM NOT PROUD. lBoss appears-start WORK1 . ' 5951 -L. T. H. lf 'lfiil lt Q-,fl "'1iZ:l li':,-431 liifffil lf'-:lar I l 1 if IF' 1, l rljjallt ' , --Jw WH lx lial . 3553111 L.-- ., WY, I. .. -. - .,.. Y , .. , ,,,,,,,-.-,,.- x :?'ii'i5Alfllfilf'iT"'"-'7T7iU":7Ff:f"'l77JW7-Ii'-"'T" -IMF I 5 " 'F VI'i"'T'w"" R" "W"'1'i"l":7 i l gif- a,W, 1 li 1 t i i aw tml, ty ,. ,V , t l ill, r l F at ll , ' L ll ltataill, We tf t . t' 1 ' lb t ? 1 ft u' it HM M Page One Hundred Forty-one fmt . 'if-tial? +1 p fflire-if t,.,, 11 .,-5 - , J-r it tw., .,: ' .t 4 1- -l .. -Q 'fl 'g Y l,l'g",-' "1 A, ,ljggx -- ,f-,. q1l,..-f '.,:JL,tLiiQ3LLQef,Ugg1.1L.'- '.3'.l ,,QLl'E1:f'v'1 J Q' 21 1 -Sf' 2 fx-t + A 'L ', .' T .Wi ,",,l'Qu-lRLlf Qvlflijlglll-Ql:,' j',:,lj: l ll Notables and Royalty To you, future chemists, and now Chemics of 524, be all the glory due to you because of notability and royalty. Who does not know Robert Bruce-our determined and successful Robertis predecessor? That famous Scotsman gave to us the precedent of perseverence Eilld steadfastness in all his ventures. just as steadfast in all his vocation-and avocation-is our Robert, who, although not Scotch, is Bruce's prototype. The star of Charles V who at one time ruled half of Europe has eclipsed. Our Charles reigns in the hearts of half the worldhthe feminine half. Lloyd claims descendency from a long line of Welsli princes. He is a verit- able Prince of Wales-with 'gjoy unconfinedi' but beneath it all a seriousness befitting his dignity. - , That brave, lovable Albert, a hero of our Great War-liing Albert of Bel- gium-has worked and played with us, lending us a dignity and charm truly characteristic. Our Albert can not claim the enormous statue of Belgiumis king, but his enormity of heart is indisputable. The spirit of giving, typical of St. Nicholas, is present not only in December, but during the whole year. Our Nick is the modern personification of him who glorified giving-of service, thought and time. Duane for a long time proved unanalyzable. But a solution has appeared- a compound has been crystallized out. Durtwo, anezone. Du-I-ane-eDuane. Two in one, exemplified in Characterg electrons of ambition, industry and seriousness, balanced by the requisite electrons of gayety, joy and fun. One who has always recognized your nobility wishes you, Royal and Notable Chemists, the greatest joy and the success you deserve. D -G. H. LEE Famous Sayings GULLIAN-Animal heat, from a railroad frog. RECH-The feeling's mutual. CARTER-Yes, that's a good wrinkle. FREEMAN-W-hy not invent a spintharoscopic lipstick. GRACE-T know it. BEscHfTah-Boo. MULLIN, FHANc1s-Hornell we yell. HOWELLS-GCC, but we're dumb. JUDGE CCARTERJ-Name, occupation and charge. PRISONERwName, Besch, Occupation, Electrician, Charge, Sparkling. JURCETOHG year in a Dry Cell. PRISONER-How Shocking. 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THE,DouG1-1 N , Page One Hundrwl Forty-ll1r1'c V1 -M,-A 1 - H fb - H-WU'----if '1 1. 64 , 1'137'A1F11qmiETW7T:T1Ti11F5?1Wf111f1T11111-f,M1711 ".1. ,. - 11 11-11'11111,111-41.1 1,,11111,J1.111,11'1111.11111.--1-'111111 ff if -1 11111211,MLMQ411E1111i11fv11h11111111Q111111111 111 gr Y, ,ff grw, , , ,, W , ,, , ,Y -- Q " 1 , - . 1, NZ fx f X 5 xg T A 5 40318 im, I F I I . CLASS OFFICERS Presldent ...... ...... , , , , Viee-President . . . Secretary .... Treasurer . . Marshall . . . ANDRUS, LEO R. BARNES, JANET BICKEL, MII.DRED D. BRADY, EVA C. BENDER, JEANNETTE BENDER, BICSSIE BORCI-IARD. ELLA H. BUCIQHAM, ANNA J. BUNZ, EDNA L. CAMPBELL, A. CARY, RUTH E. CHILDS. ETHEL COHEN, CONSTAN'1'lNE, W. E. DANE, R. DAY, DOROTHY C. DARLING, MARION F. DINOTO, J. DUSHANE, E. R. FISCHER, EDNA E., FINGER, MARY FLECIQ, A. CAGE, CORINDA GAMLER, SADIE GANIM, G. THOMAS GILRAY, P. A. JOI-IN WAUGH . . MISS MILDRED WHEATON . .. . MISS ANNA BUCKHAM . . . MISS SADIE GAMLER ROLL CALL GRUPE, E. HALL, B. CATI-IARINE HEACOCK, GRACE M. HLESSINCER, ARTHUR J. HII,I,, SIRYL HOWAIHD, CLARENCE JAKOROWSKA, S. JAMESON, J. M. JONES, L. D. JONES, MOLLIE A. IQAMNIER, MILDIIED E. JKARLAK, NELI.lIE IQARNIER, ROSALIE E. IQATZ, BESSIE KELLER, E. F. IQELLY, WINIFRED J. JNLIMINS, E. F. KRIEGEN, L. ICUHN, A. LEE, G. LEIN, HERBERT LESTER, OLIVE P. LIT'I'L.E, J. H. MACLEOD, E. VIOLET MCCARTHY, E. M. MCCONNELL, S. MACHE, C. ADELBERT IQ-UI-IN MACO, H. W. MAIRN, B. M. NICOI,, A. H. PARIS, CORA H. PARKE, R. R. PELOWSKI, ED. S. POTTER, HELEN O. REIMPERR, L. P. ROBILLARD, J. C. ROGERS, M. 0. ROWLEY, W. E. SATRUM, EVELYN M. SEBI., LILLIE A SLOAN, HEI.EN K. STANLEY, ADA K. SWANNIE, J. W. SWIFT, JEANNETTE TROIDL, NELI,IE Y. WATICINS, DONALD WATKINS, M. E. WAUGI1, JOI-IN T. WHEATON, MILDRED XVILLAX, O. M. WALLACE, M. L. WALKER, L. K. WILLIAMS, G. MAXWELL .. H+ l Fly I A H--V - - - - -- - ---v - fyf fL-A---7-P .-..- - -- -- '7 I I I I F Page One Hundred F01 Ly f'LLL I I I ,. A . - f 5iEMUl..WU.f1...'-wfiflhliifl'f"'4'9'?x1I+L-QL.L " ' f 5" 'T' " ' ff' ' 'NI 'V ' - ' N' W "W "f1"1'T'T"1"111'1F'.1' 'VN T" 11 113 - 1 1 s J 1 ingsngli-3..-g.-iL 1 9 gs Q,- 1 0 Class History 1 In the fall of 1920, some eighty-odd Frosh, very sure of themselves and 11 very much aware of their wisdom, entered the Arts College. At first college 1' '-l' 51211 seemed to us one long parade fit was the time of the Endowment Campaignri, and day after day we snake-danced down Main Street, joyful in the knowledge 2, 1, that there would be no classes that day. But after a couple of weeks of this prolonged holiday, not unmixed with some of the hard work of a campaign, Z we settled down to the Mold grind". , 'l The class of '24 was organized with George entered with a will into the various student activities. was interspersed with gaiety and none of us will Townsend Hall where we learned the fine art of on one knee and a cup of coffee on the other. ' September of 1921 saw our ranks still strong Swannie as president and The serious part of college ever forget the spreads at balancing a plate of salad tho somewhat depleted hy the defection of the pre-Dents. We were now the proud Soph's and, altho we wouldn't let the rest of the world know it, we were a trifle less sure of ourselves and our stupendous amount of knowledge than we had been a year before. Nevertheless, with the greatest air of condescension and patronage, we introduced the Freshmen to the intricacies of college life. How grand and glorious it was to make rules for other people and even more so to see that they were obeyed. With Wi1liam Seil as president and an able corps of workers, the year promised to be a successful one. We did the honors at the Soph-Frosh spread and had a part in running the first Sophomore Hop of the University. Midyears and finals again passed with few casualties. 1n the spring the girls organized the Junior-Sister movement which was successfully put thru during the following summer and early fall. 1n September the class was reduced to some thirty-odd members when the pre-Medios entered the School of Medicine. Thomas Ganim was elected presi- dent of the Junior Class at the election held early in th year. 1n the spring we inauguarted Junior Week. The Prom, the Class Banquet, and the Bazaar were some of the features of the week which ended with a tea-dance in honor of the Seniors. September of 1923 saw us re-united with our number somewhat increased by the addition of special students who are to graduate this year. During the preceding spring an election of officers had been held at which John Waugh was elected president. The year has been a busy one so far and in the future we anticipate bigger events which are now being planned. And now from the heights of our Senior year, to which we have struggled with an ever increasing consciousness of how little we have been able to glean from the knowledge of the Ages, we 1ook hack upon the Freshmen we once were. and envy them their satisfaction in the great amount of wisdom they possessed. Our four years in the University have passed quickly and happily. To the professors whose kindly interest and advice have so greatly aided us we offer our grateful thanks. To the Greater University welpledge a loyalty which shall endure and shall be ready to answer to the call of service. -HELEN K. SLOAN Page One Hundred Forty-six 7-.-MAT-.------w .- f ---Q. , ..,,..,.A,,..,,? M., ,iv A -..M W Y .,,- .,,.,. i.n,,. -,, 1- ., 1 1 . .R N 111,11111,,11g5g11111111111111111j1115T11,1151111111 1,111 111-1 ff , 1. 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Then I heard a loud voice say 4'My combustible vacuum tube will revolutionize radio. It will make radio safe for the home. Up to now burned-out vacuum tubes have been the most prolific source of divorces and broken-up homes. cYou did it', says mother, Gnow thereis another six berries gone to H-A-ll', aUidn't I warn you last Tuesday IIOI to burn her so high?' demands the head of the family. 'Who do you think I am-Coal Oil ,lohnny?' So dissension creeps into a once har- monious home. My invention precludes this catastrophef' Here the voice stopped and another voice seid: "This is station W.O.P. You have just heard the famous 'Russian authority. Professor Herbert Lein of Columbia speak on his invention of the Bullchuckofii combustible vacuum tube. Stand by for five minutes please? Herbert Lein, the name did sound familiar. Of course I remember now. He graduated with the class of '2-1. How famous he has become in only ten years. This brought my thoughts hack to my good old college days and all my classmates. I wonder what they're all doing now, I said to myself. Suddenly a gruff voice said, 'GNow our noted soprano, Miss. I-Ielen Potter, will sing the :'Flour Song from Pillshuryii. I recognized her voice immediately, and while I was enjoying the selection a deep voice cut in, Wllhis is station D.U.M.B., broadcasting news items of the week. They are as follows: The I-Ion. Thomas Canim, ambassador to Syria, is visiting America to raise money for the starving Turkish children. Paris, March 36-Divorce pjroceedings against Albert Fleck of New York were instituted in the Paris courts today by his wife who was formerly Princess Rabauchinsky, on the grounds of cruelty to her pet Pekingese. Mrs. ,lessie Rohillard, Ph. D. of the University of Pekin, China, is conduct- ing a series of lectures on the c"Proper Manipulation of Chopsticksn. Oline Lester, Ph.D., LED., C.O.D., N.G., of Cornell University is still suing Edward Bok for the whole of the Peace Award. She still contends that her entry deserved the prize. Mr. and Mrs. John Little entertained at a theatre party at the Metropolitan Opera House in honor of'Senator and Mrs. Edward ,l. I'Iof'fman of Wasliington. Among the noted guests were Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bockman of Buffalo. uShe Who Gets Slappedn will be presented at the Teck Theatre next week. Sadie Gamler, the Eleanor Iluse of America, will take the part of She. Marion Darling, the noted spiritualist, says that static is caused hy the spooks spitting out fishhones at the celestial dinner tables. Miss Dorothy May spoke on' Social Welfare VVork Tuesday to the girls of the Dane Seminary. Her speech was so appealing that the collection amounted to 98 cents. One Hllllfll'f3ll Forty-seven . QU' 7777 7fi33'7 P' V Iii' lfdlxmf T PM I T51 PPP "i'7 PP WCiTlt"f ', E . ' .f.9"4" :N ie 'Il V , "bfi --'. F' I ' - H1 l H I TilQhIiMlM5Lr!1.Ll H' lilvfllvl' ' l" -- 5 ' ' . -M,-..MM..,,.,... fx . ,Y,, My -Mis ..., -.-ff 1 . 1,11 --A.. f Z, . 315, 117' f i'r11jv'f"TTW.wf": 7311 f""f'i '-'rr nw'--1-' -- FE nw: . Y ,Z N1 ,,,., fi Y x -. ,., mmf, w .M . 1 i , - f.-, , .1 ,,,, NW' fda-'Ufw',l,1' l,!, 'j'Jl5g.,,: ,1 ,!,' 'lag '5'f'l1L-,l'!g'Y'g1JQ'1'fll'lT?5 Miss Ruth Cary, noted short-story writer, has just published the 1,000 edition of her famous book, M'l'he Alligator's Adenoidsv. A brilliant society wedding took place yesterday when Miss Vvinifred Rowley, famous movie actress, was united in marriage to Mr. A. Vincent Astor, bl millionaire sportsman of New York and Palm Beach. Miss Mildred Wheaton 13-47 of Budalo played the wedding march, and Miss Jeannette Swift sang MO Promise Me". Miss Ella Borchard, one of the season's debutantes led the bridal pro- " cession. ,fQLff'i 1' Dean Catharine Hall of Smith and Dean Helen Sloan of the U. of B. will N' meet in conference this afternoon to discuss the problem of uShould Co-Eds f smoke ?" ff' ijt As the anouncer finished speaking there came a huge crash and a bang, fol- 'A lowed by shrieks and wails. Then after a minute of intense silence a voice said: Q Y mllhis is station L.U.X. You have just been listening to a snare drum selection 'iii entitled: '4The Boilermakerls March" by the famous jazz hound, Max Williams. X5 This number will be followed by the uMachine Shop Bluesn. At 9:00 P. M. Mr. EQQQI5 Williams will give an imitation of a freight train Wreck. This station will l broadcast the following program at 6:00 P. M. next Monday on a wave length of 1,000,000 Comets. p 'if' 6:l5 P. M. A soup eating contest will be conducted among six qualified 7751! patrons of Hamburger Jaxis. 6:30 P. M. We will be favored by an animated discussion on wllhat Mean Proportioni' by Professors J ones, Kelly, and Fischer. 7:00 P. M. The United Brothers of the Gasmenis Association under the efficient leadership of Adelbert Kuhn will render a gashouse -explosion. lf operators at a distance of 5000 miles do not hear' this selection, let us know and we will call the city powder plant and have the explosion repeated, 7:20 P. M. We are sorry to say this number will have to be omitted as Mollie Cule has the flu. A bed-time story about Peter Rabbit and Daddy-Long Legs will be transmitted instead by Johnny Waugh, although complaints have been made that they put the grown ups to sleep and keep the children awake. 8:00 P. M. You will hear the noted composer, Don Watkins sing, '4Yes, We have no pajamasi' accompanied on the mouth organ by Clarence Howard. 9:00 P. M. Shooting of noiseless fire crackers for the benefit of the Deaf and Dumb institutions at various points. i . 5 9:30 P. M. The popular ballad '4XVhen the Banana Skins are Blooming, Pll Come Sliding Back to You" will be rendered by Edith Grupe. 11:30 P. M. The Co-Ed Collegians of the U. of B. will give a cornet concert at the College Club. The following will take part: Bessie Katz, victrolag Ellen Keller, mouth organ: Grace Lee, piano, Ellen McCarthy, saxophone, Alva Campbell, snare drums: Lillie Seel, basoon, and Edna Buntz, kettle drums. 12:00 Whistling solo by Callie Ope. 11, 12:01 LUX Singing Off. Growing weary of this boring recital. 1 turned the dial slowly around to fifty-three. This was the place where N.U.T.S. usually came in and I was not disappointed for a roucous voice said: Page One Hundred Forty-eight K Ti'2'j"f.',:T'i'..1i',iii::..i2' flfxi 's"' Hfgfs' --"' "" 'i' '-"' 3-fb,ifii-'5-':.-ut'-rf"-iff1i,,.iPi-E .ly N3 ft , j 1 - " ,iff 4 ,yi 21'--2 . i1f'vEf':,.flg51u MH T 7 ",i 1 l.32gi'w!1Ea,5 M ,M w ' 1 1 . UK . .Q gf Quill tif f giftf'wm11wt1jrf Yiiirhr-,Yr ,iight A V YH .J Y.. ,Y , ,iw V V f jj rg, ji 113 L " Q42 'f ui--Q-Q v13',LiLigl,gT' 1 TID Station N.U.T.S. will now conduct its Question and Answer Radio Depart- ment for the edification of amateurs. Only three different answers to the same question for a quarter. Write only on the outside of the paper. We do not accept renovated stamps. Question: The eatswhisker of my detector has broken. What shall l do? -Ed. Pelowski, Simp Falls, Mio. Answer: Kill another vat. Question: l. made a radio set. Why don't l. hear anything. l think the radio is a fake.-Pianomover, Saurekraut Junction, Pa. Answer: Certainly. We have always thought so ourselves. We never argue with a piano mover. Question: My antenna runs under a 33,000 volt transmission wire. What must I do to safeguard myself, my wife and fourteen children ?-4Art Hessinger, Soup Lake, N. Y. Answer: There is little danger if you have the whole family bakelized. The dull brown finish is the best. XVe wish to add that the prize for the best essay HWhy is Static", a handsome pair of custard-filled telephone receivers, is awarded to ,lohn DiNoto. The following testimonials have also been received, the first from Ex-Presi- dent Heaeock of Yale reads as folows: MI saw your advertisement in the Collar Button Journal. Before using your kittykat whiskers my set was working poorly. Eiffel Tower only came in loud enough to tear three doors off the hinges. After using only 27 dozen of your kittycat whiskers the signals have now torn the house down and we are living in the cyclone cellar. ' Truly, GRACE Hmcocu The other testimonial reads: Your fur trimmed radio panels are the best we have ever used. The canary bird concert from B.A.N.G. came i11 so loud that two legs of the table were nearly bitten off. Your friend, ANNA BUELSHAM Vifhile I was enjoying these delightful talks and musing over the sad fate of some of my classmates, there came a complete and foreboding silence. I turned the dial all the way around, then frantically to right and to left. Still there was absolute silence. 'gThe deviln, I said, uSomething must be wrong with the connectionsw. Wiith great disgust I went groping around the hack of the cabinet looking for the missing connection. The first thing that met my gaze was a sheepish eye, a shaggy ear, and a stubby tail. I looked again to be sure I wasn't mistaken. Sure enough, Socrates had chewed the wire in two. So ended all listening-in for that day. -VIOI.P1'1' MACLEOD. Une l'llllllll'6ll l"orLy-lline 11 - 151 11 11 1 11 Ii,.4':T': ---- - -W - f" i..iY ..-R an , , , t,,., 1'X-- -A Ast'-Yiq ,. Mwwi.. ,HH . at , a 4 1 1. 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Of sweet and happy friendships, Interminglecl joys and tearsg A kinda choking grips us at The thought that we must leave, For withal exams and studies,-well It's not the time to grieve. 12511 If weh ave done the best we could, and 1 Tried to make the way, just 11 Seem a little smoother to those tux, ' 1 if Who yet may stay, why :H +311 nh- .,, 1332911 Perhaps they,llhold a little bit of Kind remembrance for, the ones Who now reluctant flit, the Class of Twenty-Four. 135' 2 1 '15 1 J 151,321 fl 1 ' 5551 And as we now shall scatter, each 1 1 1,3311 i ' To h1S or her own work, we 1 Know that naught can matter, except 1 That duty Weill not shirk, for 5555511 Innate now are those ideals, and I ljfi: Higher aims of life, which , , . fairy! Unexpressed. each one yet feels, come 1 Let hope and love he rife. 2551 -DONALD F. WATKINS. I 1152-1 1 113, , Q1 I F'-EY 1 ' 1 2 ..- 1 f54'r'l1 1 . 11.-L 331,11 1 1 1-iii 1 1 351 ' Cf 1 1 -mag: 1 11f.D,2', ,, ' f 11 1 ' if I . 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UNM FQ ff xii A c A P' V1 " K4.X V , x"'K KVA J x L ,.! ff K., X .trunk if L, fb M ,,,,,H,, ,WN 4, ,A M, , .1-, w xwgzw 5---. ,, 3, , , , ' 'l Iv," " , f ,4" w 'H u 1 'V' """""'w 1 w 1 4 L, -. , wx 'w.,.,w- ' NWT QW 5' 4: 1 WI . .1 ,,L,'TZ"lg5x!7 WH: lj v 1 'WM -1 ,v .. S,-.V f.,.u ' , ,, ,dkfqgbv , AA 0 A X Jumor MCd1CS President ...... Vice-President Secretarv .......... Iris Representative Bee Representafivc . Bison Representative Marshal .......... Page One Hundred Fifty-Iwo :X . fx ' . , X1 w: Mm.-1 , ,.,, ,X . H R , N ,u ,M ,-, .., ,gs . HOWARD ROGER . JOHN BUSCAGLIA .. . .. ETHAN WELSH . NURHERT W. KUCK . , FRANUS CARBONE . . . . . ,IUHN NEUBER1' THOMAS GEOGHAGEN ,AAU 4 n x n 4--L cw , n f H M, 'Nw H We nv , , ' ,fl m ' M ' e , ym Lv l w ,+x,1",,, , , + :,,1,1.f , 4L,,,,,',,,...'1i. '. ,..f1l,l,,Q,L ,,,, .JH BARRY, FOREST W. BERNHARD, JOHN J. BLOCK, MARVIN A. BUSCAGLIA, JOHN J. CARBONE. FRANKLIN T. CI-IIIVIERA. ANTI-IONY J. CLARK, XVILLIANI T. COLLA. .JOSEPH CULVIZR. CLAIR H. DAVIS. JAMES L. DILLON. EIN-'IERSON DOIIIIINIGR. llIlARY I.. FERRARI, FILIBERTO A. FISHER. GRAN'l' T. Foss. DAvID C. CARVEY, RONALD F. N I ,II. I I.II junior Medios GIETTINCS, JOSEPH R. 612061-HZGAN., THOMAS W. GRICICNBERG. SHERMAN GUS'I'INA, FRANCIS J. HAET. FRANK P. HARRIS, CHARLES E. HETTESI-IEIIIIER, CARI. HOWARD. WlI.I,lAN1 M. KAI-IN. lVllI.'l'0N E. KAUEIIIAN. CHARLES KENWI-JLL, HIENRY N. KESSEI.. BRINA H. K UCI-I. lxl0RBRli'l' W. IiIILOwsRI. JACOB LAPI. LOUIS L. LEONE. VINCENT D. LIT'I'I.EEIEI.D, MARTIN J. JUNIOR CLASS Coinmuiiication from the Front. LODER, lVlARGARE'1' M. NIACDONALD, ROBERT P lxlEUBlCRT, ,JOHN L. PARIS, ANTHONY C. PHILLIPS, ALVAI-I I-I, POWELL, EDGAR F. ROGERS, l'IOWARD E. RUTICCKI, LUCIAN C. SCHIILZ, lVlll.'l'0N J. SIIINUMA. JOSEPH Y. STIERR, ANNA M. STOLZ. RAYIIIIONIJ R. UNRATII. CLARA H. UPSON, RALPH WELCI-I, ETI-IAN L. ZI'l'TI.E. l'lAROI.D li. 1 GG Junior Class Reporting to U. B. Headquarters. The Class of '25 has battled for three hard years against the barrier. They Shall NOT Pass? The fight has been a hard one and many have succumbed in the struggle. The strong and valient little army which entered the battle 78 strong, has been battered and beaten until only 44 of the original fighters are left. These 44 carrying on the confiict to fame and diploma have been reinforced this year by 5 new recruits from various sources. They have been whipped into shape. and time alone will tell what kind of fighters they will make. J During the past two years of the struggle, the enemy has had but small armies itself, and we have been able to march forth victorious. This year how- ever, they have sent out an entire new army, composed entirely of veterans, fresh in the field of battle: and of equal, if not greater numbers than our own. And l1ow they harass our battle scarred and weary force. Already a quarter of our troops have been injured, but their spirit is LNever Say Die,, and these unfortunate comrades have stood shoulder to shoulder with the rest and de- termined to fight the battle thru. , There are still many trenches to be taken before the little army attains its goal-many hardships yet to be undergone--God Give Us Strength. Respectfully, J. L. NEURERT, Qnd. Lieutenant. JUNIOR GRIND-UP WHICH CUTS EVERYBODY fApologies to allj Roll Call fpage Kuchj Barry, Bernhard, Block and '6Bus" Count", Chimera, Clark and 'nflusn l ac on Colla, Dillon, Culver, Deke Martin Littlefield-the HSheik" Page One HIllldl'Lfll Fifty-lhrec I 1,3311 . L' "' , .... ' 'H " "J" "1 I I T ' L 'ilffl' 17 I ' ' 77" Yi' ' IH' I l I. II I I I I I. ,If I I 'Is L. I ' 1" ' II EI '11, , IV I' III I . I I ' l ' ' ,,I II I . - I I I I .- I I IIII I . I I. I I , . II.....I IIII I: ..: 'I' I ', II " - .1 In. -'ii r I II I II II IN Ig I... I,,I , I , , II I 1 . .. I I I II I II I . II - . 4 -- I I I I I ,,5,g..IIlIIII I I, ...-I .I , III . . I- ' I I.I III I I l 4I S fillllll Il li..l.,.1,-... . . ..... ...L I. I . A I I girl, 4 I' l l I l . Li ' ' 1 has '- as .a .J X. -f ' -L A H 1' fv.-'x ,.g - , . .,. .. S .. . -Y S .g, fil'3,Vs,, 5--:V A 1. ' - g'Little', C73 Marv Dominick, - And the man that MOils it thick". Ferrari, Fischer, Foss and G'Slim'7, '4Dr. Kaufman"--Vou all know him. Garvey, Greenberg, Hoft and uVVit" Unratlm, Upson, Welch and '6Zit7' Kessel, Howard. L'Big Boyl' Harris Rogers, Powell, Loder, Paris. '6Benedict,,, Shultz and Anna Sterr, The umani' caught holding hands with her. Luke Rutecki-Joseph Spine fuzzab The uhoyw that fattens pigs and swine. flake" and Lapi-'6Hank" and uflailiw Those funny hats of "Jackie Googauw Our Iris man -we call him Kuch - He puts this hodge podge in the hook. -Now- This makes a total of 48 Sure, there must he some mistake, Oh! Yes-wwe have ullfegetalalesli. , ,l.. Y, H . y. ,t,a-,t,.i.,..i.Lt L W 1- l P-L , LIFE,S DARKEST MOMENTS FOR JUNIORS 1. A call for holding hands in Pediatrics. 2. Feb. 12. Mail for the Junior Class Csacl newsl. 3. Sitting in the ulron Rooml' for 7 hours.-Callousecl? 4. .lunior Romeo's-+fGuess the lucky girl ii . liMacDonald ? Stolz Nlaittlefield-N? Shultz Davis if Welch -? Garvey ? lDenotes competition or infringement, commonly called 5. CELEBRITIES OF CLASS OF 925 Somehow or other they seem to come in groups of 5. 1-New Comets. Barry, Dillon, Colla, MacDanold, Powell. 2-Junior Vamps. Misses Loder, Kessel, Dominick, Unratli, Sterr. 3-Klu-Klux-Klaners. Block, Kahn, Greenberg, Kaufman, Kulowski. 4f-uBulk7' of the Class. Garvey, Gettings, Greenberg, Harris, Hettesheimer. 5-Everybody knows what welre famous for. Goehegan, Gettings, MacDonald, Dillon, Stolz. Having spoken our little piece in seriousness and jest, wishes the Iris a very successful and prosperous year. Page One Hundred Fifty-four M., M, . .X . , , . . .. W.. ...TW ,. V- .w hz - www n. ' i' -4 .. wr' I r. . 4 - . . . . , , 1 r ... ' fi . W Vx: el ng ,,. 1 a . .VW rivalry. the ,lunior Class JUNIOR CLASS zw!-, MJ. w. . yt., . .I V . 'Q w..,.. ' ? ll H W 'I 1 . I: 1 H r i 4 'Z-X 4. ? 1 - 1 .--wx '. 1-K? Ai I-.4 P., I I l Y -..-A r,.. 'M ...hi V if -1 '. 7 1 1 gzi '7 ,L,, af! :Y 31 ii? iigi .A ff? ' . ? 1 T 1. Ai l V M -,Q I .fi 'i bf - 1 if T131 f 22.13 Y N I A I P , .,,,. .1 .,.,...,,.,7v7.q-Yw.. -..T T. ,., .V .A .-1 - ru ...A , ., . ,M U. . W , uf w ,tv ' W X X N 1 r T'-'2"W'M11u.w,I' 1 J. ":1,41'c'J.:wN."' President .... Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . ' w Jumor Law OFFICERS . . . . . G. C. SwE12'1' Miss E. BURNHAM L. S. IQIRK .. J. B. WILSON Page'Onc Hundred Fifty-Eve .-4 .1 1 1. ..,.,-- M , A -fm-7' -ml. M., - . ..-H ,,M,,N , .. ,Mill ,J , . .,..1,lW'W21y,'vIi1.r' ff" N' ""l'N,'f", 1'."1 , . . P fb- - ,. , 'R 111 , , .H M, .' . 'WN 1 izprvfqlI1'1U."Nl,""f'h"N M' 'WL' 'V '- ' ' -v - ' X V I X PI' ' ' f N--W v' wx wi' ryf'M'1!1i 11,-' H YM. mmm 5lf.g-.5f1 -..igfiw lf . ', -. "h -.. N ?" '1",'.R MI 'fi ' " f' ' "" iw. S." . ... f . H :'gg,dnjYgLY .ww vw 'ww 1.1. 1-.Q-, AIIRAMOVICH, J. BLAIR, C. G. BLEICHFELD, J. BRITTING, H. A. BUCKLEY, J. R. BUEROER. O. M. BURGER, A. H. CALKINS, C. J. CARLO, J. J. CARLSON, E. O. CASE, D. D. BURNHAM, MISS E. EVANS, MISS E. HAUCR, MISS A. E. POPPENRERG, MISS ROBERTS, MISS E. C. ROWLEY, MISS C. G. CHRISTMAN, A. A. COHEN, L. E. CONNELLY, A. W. CRAWFORD, D. M. DECASTRO, J. E. DONEY, C. E. EVANS, G. J. FARBER, B. FELDSTEIN, N. H. FINK, L. M. GARDNER, G. GIBBONS, W. J. GLEASON, G. A. GOLDSTEIN, J. J. I Page One Hzuldred Fifty-six I .3 'Q I ' f'f17'ff'T' "'17Qx'. .- 11 -S. V .. .' ' ' "2 is ,,..--. . If- WI - J ROLL CALL GO'I"1'I,EIl3, B. L. GRANGER, G. F. HAINDL, J. A. J'IARRIS, B. HEALY, L. H. HEANEY, T. M. HEGEDUS, N. A. HENDRICKS, F. P. HILLERY, H. HOOVEII, J. R. JACORSON, J. JOSEPI-ISON, E. JQEIL, E. L. IQINNEY, L. C. IQIRK, L. F. LANSDOWNE, R. J. LATONA, J. A. LAWERENCE, E. T. LAZARONY, J. A. MAGAVERN, W. J. MARTINA, C. F. MCIQENNA, J. B. MCIQNIGHT, G. L. JNJCNULTY, R. W. MORRIS, F. D. NIOWITZ, A.W. MOYNII1AN, F. J. NORTON, N. S. 0,CONNOR, P. O. O,DONNEI.L, T. J. PAGEL, E. C. ,, M, I-.W-X W W In ,V I. PEEIFRER, E, J. PHILLIPS, M. G. PLIMPTON, G. F. POSNER, D. PRAKER, H. PREY, A. J. RADIZEWON, V. W. RAPAPORT, A. A. ROACH, J. M. ROMASSER, J. F. ROTH, A. SALACUSE, W. L. SCHANIQ, J, H. SERNOFFSKY, W. SHEA, J. P. SIEGEL, D. SIEGEL, S. S. SKINNER, S. H. J SILVERBERG, N. H STAPLES, H. B. SULLIVAN, E. J. SULLIVAN, J. E. SWEET, G. C. XVALTER, H. S. WARD, H. W. WILSON, J. B. WILLIANISON, J. T. W ITTMAN, A. YEAOER, C. ZISSER, A. M. I. II A f I I fxma.. " 7, I .fa ,I 2. ,A fr. o i I Junior Law Class Hall of Fame "l can 'hic' better law than you can write." fVlr:Kn.ight,s fondest assertion. ul-le who knows not and knows nol. he knows not, is a fool. Shun lllIIl.M l-le who knows nol. and knows he knws not is simple. Teach him. He knows, and knows not he knows is asleep. Wzllte him. He who knows and knows he knows is a wise man. Follow him." ul will sell you my watch for 551,000.00 'Gl'll take it." I 'Snap of lingers, pointing of 'index fingerj WContracl." After wondering what law was all about and after a month had heen devoted to the enquiry, QWhal does a newspaper reporter know ahout court procedure? what a comfort we derived from the following advice: mlf in your studies you should ever question or d0uht the wisdom of a decision you may rest assured it is heeause of your inahility to understand and grasp its full import." Vlfell, it's not my fault now if we are never moved to dissatisfaction with the present regime. ullfliss Kurtzman, Pleasefl flt's all Miss Poppenhuergls fault.D Per D. Rnslander- HA will must he suhscrihed at the endf' mivho said here for Miss Burnham?" A meek voice: 'GDo you mean me?,' Wlould it have made any difference if the sl1ip's name had been Antony, Q79 instead of Cleopatra. - 'LYes sir, it would have been a mail steamer." l'Agency is a Contractual relationship." Fink to Falk: NI can tell a horse's age hy his teethfl Per I. Tentpleton-4'Coing right onf, Mr. Laxeron Give us the six tests for fixtures?" 7 O Per Sickerman fmarvelling at our stupidityll-uYou have looked intelligent, ifl . . H you have laughed at the right time, you have appeared to absorb my remarks, -.N hut the results don't hear it out." 11 Per Ruslander-a'Wl1y does one always find a thing in the last place he looks?" 5 Qi Josephson-HWl1y?', .H Ruslandcr-'GBecause then he stops looking." 'jf-' Gleason-c'Sell our hooks, lose alison." ww! Y l Per Cmroll-"Why this class is quite well-behaved. Years ago, a professor fl- was lucky if he got through a course without being seriously injuredf' Templeton-HlVl1o is tl1e ship's husband?" ggi! Betty-Wlfhe, the mate." Hifi ' Page fill!! f1llllC1l'Plf lfifly-sewer: or ffriwa 5 'i , ee t it i' i fit Jfgg i- - at IQIIIIIII ., .I-. I R I I 4 1 I M, . I .,,M,,,,--,,Y ,YAD H .'x ,H-A .. , L , H --Tv 4 L Q" .QIfWTIa2IfT'ii"ITf7Twf..':'3rfziif-.q.+....:I'1mIII.IwI.mme 1 ' I. I' A -.Pile I5 If 1 si -I 'vw I IIIIII,I'IW'gEf'5I.II'II,.I,IIIIIf?1-II'I1IIfII1IIIIIIIII3i:'I-FERQIIIIIIIIEIIIIIMIQI ::i5"' r-M I '-Y W- -I Rv f'-ff is-' I Qs QI 3,5 'IIILILIMELQQQI-JHELL-'UIILIMUILML.1uLmL,'IIQHIIUMIIML-I'i'C' V J ' '-uML7Ii2?f 0 'I-Eji unior Dents President ..... Vice-president .. Secretary . . . Treasurer .......... Iris Representative . . . . . Bison Representative Bee Representative . Barretonian Society . . . . . Director of Activities Musical DireCtor . . . . . Literate ....... Marshall . . ug 0111 Hundred Fifty-eight . MILTON O. HAGER EARLE J. ICELSEY .. JOHN V. BURNS . . . . HOMER F. WETZ . . ROBERT A. HICKEY MITCHELL L. POTVIN MITCIJELL L. POTVIN MITCHELL L. POTVIN . EDWARD M. MEYERS . . . . . E. STANLEY LEE . IQENNETH A. HALL . . JOHN M. MCNALLY IVIQETI I I , I Ex .. III I I ,Im -,,'L,,I!::,,,IIIIIA - "I - II ,. ,I,. II ,fi .QI I .fi --Y I ,J 'LI' 'I gi! ka :gig , I L42 , ,D .1 'V I'11I WTI 52252 ' -if R I ,II I ' .Aye Y- QI .Q ,H I.. . .A -I .XII ILV. " I Q I ,f1iI ,Iv Li I Tx 'J I ' I I er- A: I I .i .IE-,lr N ., I . I . I I . fl .I ff-Q1 .141 III I -'I 1 12 ' fe H45 I L,.L,.., ..,,. ..-WL bla.. ,-.-... I I v 7 I lvlfj-.Qu I 1 1 , I 11 rl or ri I, -+,, iq ROLL CALL ' Il AILINGER, JAMES A., Buffalo, N. Y. 'cBig-hearted ,lim l,, .lf He kicks a wirketl pigskin, 1- Qi And plays a wicked end. I N, But one thing we van say for him. I' He never kicks a friend. 1- J, BURNS, ,loHN V., Buffalo, N. Y. GLNVIIQICCO7 What shall I 1-all a lN'I'l'l'I'l day, The greau-sl in the land. V ls lhe clay I leave the sc-hool ol' teeth A diploma in my hzmcl. CLARY, AUSTIN J. llfalorlfm, N. Y. uAus, When one is fueling weary, Or the teeth are oil' the ridge. .lust lil forget. the one hc-sl hel - Is a few real hands ol' lmridge. li cc ,v , l Clzoss, Ala'1'11Un A., Wasrpurf. Art nl' Some fellows are quite happy, When in a taxivah, But my idea of eternal hliss Is recovering tools in lah. , EMlN'IliliLlNG, FRED, Bujfalo, N. Y. Wfiny The greatest hour of the day, 1 When I have all my Fun, . Is when I read my paper, 1 "li Between the hours of twelve and one. I HAGER, MILTON O., Buffalo, N. Y. HMiIt' 5 ill I like any make of car. .-'gl As well as I like any vitlal. W But if I was going to make a pick, 7 Believe me I'd take a Little. V' HALL, IQENNETH A., Hornell, N. Y. 6'Ken' 2, If you really need a rest rure, I-Iere's one that you should try: 'l .gl Q. Take a seat in the College- Lunch, fx .'z" And watch the girls go by. I g.,l HICKEY, ROBERT A., Rensselaer '4Bob' Hitch your wagon to the stars, Q ,jill Is really a very good rule, But in these days of modern cars, Who wants to drive a mule. IQELSEY, EARL J., Teresa, N. Y. "KeIs' I may not he a millionaire, Nor a Duke or English Lord, Big todthisloliedthinag ysu must agree oo gn' s 0 a or . LEE, E. STANLEY, Bujalo, N. Y. c6Stan' I dreamed I was the leader Of Lopezies jazzy gang, 3, gf And as we played that uHome Sweet Homen The darn alarm clock rang. Page Om' Hlllirllwd Fifty-nine in X T. . ggi,f'TIIf,Z"f,f'Tf.1"I',ff'.:IfTZTLI-..v .i,...-.. , ' Maffn' """ . If L....1 ML.-. TT.-.,..'7-1 . 'ZW l1'1iP1!l1'WL" 'xi 1."g:1nv"1:'5'll'i'r wi 'x1':.w'H'1u"f"n I.,""w,r?.1.'N' ' 1 W .fe 6' Y 1 ,rfwzw-Mi' 12'-.-1.1'1fT1 . 31 if Nl1fSf'1jI"l f, I I ','1"': -1,243 :'i-1'1L""1 lH'11lu'--2 'sl l,.' 1, Iljl Kiwi--'Lx iq , .-A f P .pr , J- eq Q :W 1, 'l H, 5- f"vl'4"A .. :Gil " f'U'1l"'-3l l 'fx' l I l'?'l7YWlllll.l:!EVF.?P'l,'lv1f:i5 Wil' 1li.'tr.i..11'5'lwwlw'.'i' P-Ill' H ' I H5 T 51 -r . 'J'll,llQ4l?:lllili.lrllThat ' E .r..,..,L.-,.,..,L-... .-.-,.,, LA. Ame. u4.-u.LIsJ.'. . .Y . V 'H , 79 ,W re, -4 , Y W. K! . -Q - '- ' 'S' ' 'i ,.,. . , , . X. t ,fa,,,., .. .1 V ,,,.,,,.,1.,,. ,., ,,,,,, Y-K XJ, L- MCNALLY, JOHN M., Buffalo, N. Y. There's one thing I don't understand, And perhaps it puzzles youg As long as man is endowed with teeth, Why give him just thirty-two? MEYERS, EDWARD M., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Nve stood at the brink of Niagara, A I held her little handg I thought I handed her the ring, But it was a matrix band. MURTHA, WILLIAM H., Niagara F alls, N. Y. If you've ever been around him, ,Iust for a little whileg To me, you're just a hopeless case, If he didnit make you smile. PODOLIN, MATHEW, Bayfalo, N. Y. L Some may wish for riches, Or knowledge or something less, But my idea of a perfect life Is to he champion at chess. POTVIN, MITCHELL L., Hudson Falls. N. Y. Don't forget that old Skull dance, Remember the ,Iunior Prom. In the declining years of my sweet life I'll recall them with peace and calm. Rizzo, CHARLES C., Mount Morris, N. Y. As I was walking down the street, I met a lady, all dressed in fur. I wooed, I won, then lost her hand, And I learned about women from her. RoEs, ALBERT C., East Aurora, N. Y. Before I try to make a date, I think awhile and pause, Because all the girls I know believe Ilm really Santa Claus. SCHWARTZ, EDWARD C. Buffalo, N. Y. We strolled along in the moonlight Suddenly she gave a gulp. I thought she had fainted. It was a hyperemic pulp. SWEENEY, JAMES J., Brookline, Mass. I know thcre was just nineteen: Now it's twenty. since I came, But Iim glad to say I like you And I hope you'll say the same. WETZ, HOMER, Trumansburg, N. Y. You can live without poetry, music and art, You can live without these things right from the startg You can live without the joys of the social whirlsg But a civilized man can't live without girls. Page One Hundred Sixty ,prix GGMach aCl1ief" uBi li 'GMat' c'Mitch' uChuck'7 CC-A177 ME ddie" 'GJ im 4'I'Io1ner" Ei 1, 1. I . ' w .,, .fi ,.,,M.m1j V1 1 ' -, -f'--RWM f- f- 'W f f "" f ' ' ' H . 1 i N 1 i W W J 'lhflw f- .4 ' f 4 , ' . f'3r:'W5lfV2.lWIW"-4: 1 S- S . . L - A E"m"i"' H A-"""'3w """"' , K, L , m- H. ' il H I U l 1 I 25 Iv HQ. . Jumor Chemlcs Y CLASS OFFICERS . President ........................ W. H. JEFFERY Vice-president .. H. J. MCCONNELL H 9 Secretary .. ........ C. RASCH ,gi 5? Treasurer . . . . G. GOOD Q f -I 1 ' 'i k'l.f? lkxkfmq 1.55, Effziifii Ei? I 'if , I Page One Hundrecl Szxty-One Igm,fLwEi!,.A,e ,lf'lf.I1Y!i63?ZlF jQHJ,5F,g,'iL 31 j mfr- W 1373 .gi A: TM jf!fjlfiffjL1...,'-Q1 , ll ,YW , , Y . . ,Y , YW ,,--..W 4, T, N f I i ,V - My-5-n f - - -J,,- ,,,. , 74. fy .,-. --V-. N.. X....r.... ,.,.,..,., . ,, ' '5 'l 4 13"-f-3 , -I . x if? s ' ' I Qi"-1 ":'II'1lW''-'affix "'1TIt'!W r V I -, iff , V I 4,3 gy V I, ' 5 , 5 5 I, N , I 75 'IWN1M1. Igrfqg'.,A,If5..l1IIiy,1 -. .. ..,...eef..-141W-Y - f -,Q 'I Il . 2- wwf 1 V .:.--.IL1- L MJQIIJI W-:If.13131miu,IIN L g- - ----f-4--'-'2-A ---fd? Q, X-- ------M YA-W ---n --,Ag-5 X ,,..,..-fZg' I Y I I I V I i I J Junior Arts CLASS QFFICERS President ........................ JOHN MCMAS'fER Vice-president .. M. ARLINE ROBINSON Secretary .. . IWARION B. COPLON Treasurer . ...WILLIAM H. BUIILEY Page One Hundred Sixty-Lwo I I l 1 I ! I l I I I N I i -. -ww . Me--. ,W ,. we ,O -, A A --, , , "f5"f7"T'3-'I.7"W . T'77'3I7T','Y"TT"':" ' 7- 1771 Cx-I 7 L- M '." 5 'Im' , ..--Y-I :-J "'fUWU112Q13ff5f4fW3'WwY1lSgi,m1l45NWJ3ll" wi : .J1f.MIf , R255 ff- WI' ...I ,. 31fQ.Mf1FImaI-fI,.I,1?:'-'AwI:LfE.alW1I fvskflwWMI, IMWIGIII.-I.IHiixggNHf..!.I.mI112-leggg yg,,g, W: I :J .ws-1, ff EEL Q e SM? mI1!'wWgIQQ..13w mf,3s.S1Ir.1fv! Ari,-I,g5QI'I1!5I i- 4---We-----A f -2 - ---- - - .,,..JA.----- . .tin-.-. 4-L--J.J """"'L"' HRLIQN M. BELL FRANK A. BIQYIQR, JR. BRUCE J. BLASDDICLI. .liA'I'IIARINI: BROWNICLL FLORI-:Nels F. BUIQCIQING I-I. RUDOLI-' BUIQCRING XVlLl.,lAM H. BURLRI' lffI,IzADIf:'I'I I B U'I"I'I-:InfIIf:LD MARION B. COPLON IAURICN G. COURTDADI-I CoNs'I'ANcIf: E. CUR'1'Iss MARI ANN DIQLANIJI' EDWARD W. DONSON GEORGE F. ETLING VIRGINIA W. .FAIRBAIRN CLARA FRANKLIN ROLL CALL ELLEN J. FRISCIAI RU'I'I'I W. 'GoI.DBIeI:0 .JASSIVIINIC H.ARDI.l5BICN livl-1I.I'N J. HARRIS RU'I'II li. .HZAWKINS DANIIALL 'KA'I'z GEoRoIf: liI1R'I'zIvIAN SISLMA LILARMAN i1lLVA LIAWIN HIQLI-:N M. LONG H. RouI,.s'roN MCBIKIDE JOI-IN lVlcMAs'I'IsR A. LOUISII: lVlAR'I'AN TVTILDRISD MA1sI5I5 5. ELlZABE.'1'1'I NASSOY ARTHUR F. PFENNIG of -1, AA. WQ ' 'll 1, 7 5 H ,,,, 3'-Ci' 1. ALBIQRTA J. PRICE EVIELYN PRYOR M. ARLINI5 ROBINSON DEAN W. BUAIBOLD LILLIAN SA'I'uI.orIf Bessie C. SCIIMIDLIN ALICE V. ScIIU'I"r WILLIAM SEIL RUTIAI SWILIQTLAND MIIJDRLID TEIvIPLE'1'oN IDA 'UCI-11M EUNICI5 L. WAGNER MAIZIR li. WAGNIQR MARGARIJI' L. WARNER GERTRUDI5 M. WESLEII HELEN L. WILSON F,'I'IfIEL PINCUS Class Poem THE JUNIOR CLASS STEPS OUT The Junior class this year is clever, And no one can deny it. Think what you will, we'll say you'll never Bring proof that can belie it. In every school activity A Junior's at the head And we have great proclivity For everything not dead. Our weekly paper, called the 'lBee" Has Juniors on its staffg The chief we're proud of too, for he ' Claims Junior for lIis class. Drarnatics also asked our aid, And got it without fuss. 5 The heroine, a charming maid, li Is another one of us. k. ry. J-.I .1 Debating has our strong support With Juniors on both teams A They have no learning gleaned at court But talent froIII them beams. The orchestra lIas four 111611 more The Glee Club has its tally, We shine as athletes, and a score To every cause will rally. The '4Bison" gets some drawings neat, And jokes and verses plenty, From the Juniors class that's hard to heat, The class of five-and-twenty. Our modesty looks with a frown On vaunting us to you. But when for great deeds comes renown, The Juniors get it too. S. E. L. Page Om: Hunclrarl Sixty-1111-04, - VII LY. L, - L-, i-,,..,,,.v. , .,. X ...L . ,.,,, ,.,,, .Lu1jg'I:3j- -I ' I Tv .A ' " H 1f5lY"'J' J , , W . . , . , , A . l 11-lj'A,gl,,L,214,'4,'Y ,i -Z' Y F' ' "7 V' 'i ,,... L.L'li"i', .... Y- f - 'ff Y f - ' - --A4-e MF! ng- ,"'N - - . nt- - A 141 ' ' 'Q-v'i------1,,"'i Y" 'nvxqg , 1-jf--f V' Y---F. ' : 1. . - , " 1,432.5 Mrs:-'f "E1,li:ggf'.i:l 'My L L E I . -A 1 e 1 2 J Ns-I I 1+ li 731 A A QT-:rj -.. W H .. W 4- -,,-Ji- HH, 1, .WML-kj- 'H' """""'T""A'L"11""T'1? 7 Who s Who HELEN M.. BELL Helen Bell is short and snappy She has eyes both large and flashy . fy Tho' sheis small the men do fall- " ul I Esperially he they extra tall. V' FRANK A. BEYER A ' 1 Prehaps youive never seen this man, Prehaps youill never see him But this we know and hc-re do state Most certainly youave heard him. ' , 4 IQATHARINE A. BROWNELL 4:3 This fine young lady from YVest Falls is very fond ol' U. B.- 'E witness her years of catching trains. ' FLORENCE BUECIIING A husband and domestic duties do not prevent Florencefrom l dragging "AE" from the profs. H. RUDOLPI-I BUECKING I ly About whom hut little is known. We must either put him down , - as the class enigma and man of mystery or as a rather bashful boy. WILLIAM H. BURLEY lVl1irrh we wish to remark and our language is plain That for words that are wise and ways that are sane This Burley creature is peculiar Which same we dare not rise to explain. 1 ELIZABETH K. CLELAND A She smiles and you think that is allg she smiles again-you realize , that there is a dilferenceg she smiles once more-and then sheis 'cgot A you going? f. I MARION B. COPLON- Y A For honor of this school Marion has done her share We know from sad experience Her type is very rare. LAUREN G. COURTADE- A dillar, a dollar 1, An 8:30 scholar Who used to come at 8:1145 But now she comes at 9:00 -'fi Or not at all. CONSTANCE E. CURTISS-- A . . . l A quiet, modest bashful miss, but she gets there Just the same. EDWARD DONSON- "Life is just one grand sweet songgn L ' -Start the music! I , , GEORGE ETLING- lisflf VIRGINIA W. FAIRBAIRN The Aas and B's of the Junior Class Virginia has them all-en masse. 1125! . EQQI Page One Hundred Sixty-four ,I -'I'v'1f1'f"'fA"f7G-'ni--R 'n'?11'T--I"i- :iii I-17-3-wif?-I-Til Yi1'R'w'3ufi,-Q I- 1-'w H , - , V W, -fr-Q 'l"i":.1-in fl1'1'-.rf-fsfwl '1' 1' I f- , . If 4 5119 , - sf cA':"li'!Y' I bgf.'J"'w in I,l':rHI'-wsrwlftf'f , rihll 'Hs1fIiEgfyMIfA,?.Ui':2 nly iyggjlfj A .I tn' It jim ' ff: ll IL. , I I N, ,swl - -. .--It, Io ,If li ' ,II I , M , lg l r i li' l . 5, 'I . rl,- li - i H if-'Qi 1 If T f E , ..-ggi , -, .II E 1' E355 ' lQ"'lL,-I5 fill figs I Ei!! Ps,-H., Rfkffl'-1 l feggx El CLARA FRANKLIN- ELLRN J. FRIscI-I- The stars IIIay shine forth every night Bul Clara shines both day antl night-in Math. The lllll'll0Sl eourso the whole year thru That Ellen look, I'lI tell you,- ,Twas liritlgel RUTI-I W. GoI.oIsI41IIe-- Talking: is l'llZll'2.lK'll"I'lSli1' ol' all women-even Co-eds. But all eannol talk as effeetively anfl eonvineingly as our young debalor Ruth. JASSMINIS HARIJI.IcIzIaN-- EVELYN J. HARRIS- RUTI-I E. HAWKINSY- DANIEL KA'rz- 4'Jass,' is ilu- kinil yllll like lo fintl On a stormy, dull gray Ilay. Shi-'ll ehase the hlaekm-st eloufl away, And leave you feeling gay. Another ease ol' ll0lD0llllllllll-WlliCll has proved fatal-hut really, Evelyn, we all atlmire it. Her sunny Ilisposition is a sure eure for whatever ails you. There is a man iII our Class Anil he is womlrous wise. He does not. despite lIis name, Scratch out people's eyes. SELMA E. LIMRIIIAN- ELVA LEWIN- HELEN M. LONG- JOHN lVIClVIASTER1 MILDRED MABEE- A. LOUISE MART.AN- ETHEL PINCUS- Another tlebator is Selina And a good flehator is she. It does not take her long.. To eonvinee you youire wrong,- No matter how right you llllly be. Neat as a pin. sweet as a rose, She has made friends wherever she goes. Merry and happy all the day,- AIId thatis all that matters anyway. "You are fair John MeMasters,'5 the young lady said. "And your eyes are exeecdinglv bright. When the I-lub you do swing away on its OE the eourse the hall goes from sight." wing Today is ours, he ours its joy If-t not t0Il'Z0l'l'0Vl,S cares annoy, For-:I-iIzIt is there to do but to be gay? Louise, our basketball star, refused an offer to play on the Men's Varsity Team. We can't blame you, Louise--It pays to be dls- criminate. The Junior Class does not fall short in Dramatics. Of course you all know our star who made such a hit last year is "He who Gets Slappedf' We ask you, who would Inind being slapped-by Ethel? Page One Hundred SixLy-five .31 I-- Wiki, Www- ,TA-,--,,-.,- J Y--vv-sd.- --Apig V ,- A - -vu nr 55imgm:1"T'IWW gm A 1 , V2 ff fe- T-TTR- -T YW' iw If M rf . I ' M ww. .N 'fl arisen-1I,,11IIII.I,:IfJ.l'I..IIIII ,Im I nflflq I I.,.I ,I .tt un., - -1 ra , , ,'r .c 'm.II1,. ,I , ..1..r31 1. i.,.1- ,....-..V....., -. --.-Xf g..g,.,,,. Y -. Y g-.. V. , .fs .g.,,.,, ,. ,,,, Y ,,, Y i . i 'Wi H 1 ' I I ,ti ALBERTA J. PRICE- Y ai One who always does her duty I- 1 Regardless of reward or booty. I EVELYN PRYOR- i W If you haven't met Miss Pryor i You at least have seen her art, H' Which appears in every Bison , As a most important part. .-XRLENE ROBINSON+ W f Itis time to be serious when we talk of our Vice-President, the il Honorable Arline. She has all the fine, noble traits of a true leader, Y and is a worthy example of a College Woman. .f IN ,i DEAN RURIBOLD- y gi li From Tonawanda there crnne one day ' fl A youth clctertnined to make his way QQ 9 At U. of B4 and though far from meek He became chairman of Junior Week. W Ti LILLIAN SATULOFF- , - If she can bake like she can dance. 1 If she can sew like she can dance, If she can Cooke like she can dance. r -- Boys--you're not taking any chance. , , WILLIAM SEIL- y 6'EverylJody knowsf, BESSIC SCHMIDLIN- 2 I Bess is full of pep and vim. She can dance and she can swim. Altho Latin is her major Methinks other things engage her. ' ALICE SCHUTT- ' 3. Alice is clever and witty. She has a good sense ol' humor. Is that rl a lot?-We'll says it is. EL1zAEE'rH SHERWOOD- 'N 'Tis nice to he natural when you're naturally nice. IDA M. UCHIM-- I She doesnat say very much. but we know she has a mind-and uses ' it, ig EUNICE L. WAGNEII- If all the girls in Williaixisxfille are like our Eunice, its not such a bad town after all,-eh? V MAZIE C. XVAGNER- Mazim- in liixiiic-Us sister. in case you don't know. and she also il comes from that distant inetropolis-Willianisville. Another reason ' why the old burg appeals to us. MARGAIIET T. WERNEIR- I think and think, and think, and now I simply say: 'LShe's win- somef, M. GERTIIUDE WTESLEII- y She is not a grind, or yet too gay, ' But half between she treads her way. i W HELEN L. WILSON- Helen is pretty and she,s witty ji And they even say sheis wise. Best of all, she has a smile That dazzles all our eyes. iv, i . '.f J-fr, Page One Hundred SixLy-six Fifi! .' 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A 5 -li I FTE? 1:22 5:1 5? 1 F-,Fit J ii T: if A1511 5 .ig Sophomore Medios J I 1,1--. 'x,:,f, E551 5 ggi f- ff. L .:-ff.i:I J . " 'I President .... ,. HAROLD E. CAVANAUGH ts o.ooo 'fr .- 955: 4 I -. 74:- af-5 A , Vice-President . . . . . EDITH C. BROARDT Secretary .... .. LEROY B. DAV1S Treasurer .......... .. WERNER J. ROSE Bison Representative . . . . LEROY B. DAVIS Iris Representative . .. . . JAMES J. SANFORD Bee Representative .. . JOHN P. BACHMAN W , ty-1:44 5:21. if X I 3 1-mi I ,.,v ,yi ,x -L-L if 'zz I 11-F 2D Vip X. I L :. 3 5241 Lai ig'-'ii 1 ' iii ' liii' X ,QWZE1 A J I J Q34 A N 15534 I Page One Hundred Sixty-aight 1 , Y- ' "R J J' 'X 4, QB x 'iZiL,1,--1, ,--Mu-,,A,,,,,A , , W , W ,A., , V Vi ,Kin-iilg-Wwmm ,TIE i'J1IW",I wifi 43 Y - H N- ,Q , J A fl Y ,WV A- gi ,, ig- w,...h .ig-. 'fri QilUE!W15Hgf1:.t! gi 5p1i".,if ff '2':fs5f4y1rWj jx A U D513 gy? L13-fri -it :M jx gglmflvwl 1Maisy'fllwgnizgit7,QMM!!pgWNIHs4g,f,ft.Ww ftlilffifw .5 WSJ! Milf!.1211-,E9".a1J5iLl'f ".,l1'1i'f'?.-ED, l ,.,., .,,,. - L A' -A nl. w -f 'Q QW f-Us W3 f- .PJ ",1Y,tf3MU111QjgggL , 'yAf,QQ5:hq5DIgL:w35-rMNMLlbQQ53hiQ JW nl! l ABl'I,ANAl.l'., LOREINE A. AMOSS, XVILLIAM W., J R ANDERSON, CHRISTIAN C fXl'Fl'II.CRl'1EN, 'HENRY ASNIS, DAVID BAlvLJ'Il!, MARIAN L. BAIIRLI-zx, LEWIS C. BARONIC. JOSEI'-I-I M. BATICS, ELIGENE M. BERGIIASII, HYMAN Cf. BITSRAY, EDWARD C. BONSAGR. ROBICRT C. BOWTER, JOI-IN C. BROADI-IEAD, ARTI-I UR D. CALNAN, J'1AR0l.D W. CARR. FRANCIS WARD CARREL, JVIARVIN B. CHODOROW, DAVID CLARK, THEODORE COLE, ROLAND BUTTON, WILLIAM IJAVEY. LEON B. DIZVOIST, GEORGE LIAROLD DIMARIA, VINCENT S. DISPENSE, .JAMES A. DWTER, C. J. PAUL, JR. ECKLER, BESSIE LOUISE EIDELMAN, SAMUEL FARBER, CHARLES B. FERRARA, MICHAEI, J. FINESTONE, BANJAMIN FLAVIN, EUGENE L. FOLEY, FRANCIS R. FREEDMAN, ISADORE GALBO, ANTHONY E. GEIB, EDWARD L. GOLDWA'TER, FRANKLIN GrRAMENSTET'l'ER, CARL F. GREISDORF, MORRIS L. ROLL CALL GRIMALDI, ,JOIIN CfUGlN0, JOSEPII L. CUGINO. SAMUEL A. ,HAMILTON, CLARKE li. l'l'IcAI.I':T, ,JOIIN J. HERR. JACOB J. HICIQS, HAROLD S. HIRE, EARL W. 1"ll'l'CllCOCli, ROBliR'I' G. ,HUlil.l'1, NORMAN E. I-IOLDEN, GEORGE HOLMI-LS, C. HOLLAND HORWITZ. .JACOB JJOUGIJ, FRIIIIJICRICK IC. H U EI", A lil.'l'UN L. IN'l'RllCl!l, PETER E. .JAFI-'10, ROSE JOIINSON, LEONARD B. FQAZMIEIICZAR. T H EO. F. IQELLY, LEON J. Jililili, EUGENE A. QKEYZA, STANLEY J. E. KINzLI', JOIIN C. IQLIEII, GEORGE A. JQWAK, EDWARD J. LAPIDES, MACEI' M. LAZARONY, LIORACE J. LAZARUS, STUART LEVYNE, JULES J. LEWIS, MILTON W. LIBERMAN, MAURICE IWADIGAN, EDWARD F. JWANCUSO, JOSEPH A. MANWARING, CHARLES J. MARYNOVVSICI, WALTER J. NICBRIDE, WILLIAM E. MCLOUTH, ROYAL L. MIDDIJEITON, PAUL W. NIIEDANOWSKI, BOLESLAUS MILLER, DAVID A. J I7 ft-.M , .- 1. ,. 1 MINIIO, STELLA M. A MIODUCRI, MICHAEL MiJl'I'l'Ili'l', ROY W. J MUSCA'l'CJ, ,JOSEPH A. A .NlGRO, BERNARD L. NILI-iS, CHARLES R. URBAN, EWING H. ORLANDO, PHILIP POPI'l'1LSIJORIf', FREDINAND F. QUAGLIANA, CARL JOSI-:PII QUIGLEY, HAliliY L. REED, DONALD B. ROBINSON, FLOYD L. ROIIINSON, L. JK.A'l'Hl.lCICN SANZI-:I., LIARRY R. SARACENI, JULIUS J. SAvAS'I'A, CHARLES C. SI-IAPIRO, DAVID S. SIGNOR, LIAROLD C. SNYDEII, EARL P. SPICER, SHERIDAN E. STARK, RALPH H. STRUM, MARION E. TOOLAN, FRANCIS P. USIAIQ, LEONARD M. VACANTI, NINA M. VELZY, 'KENNETH A. WALSI-I, JOHN A. WAY, IQENNETH F. WESTON, J. VINCENT WING, C. CLIFFORD WOOD, EARL T. WRIGIIT, HAROLD D. J. WURTZMAN, ABRAHAM S. YOUNG, ROBERT W. I YOUNG, WTILLIAM H. A ZARCONE, JOHN J., JR. ALRYEWITZ, BENJAMIN MARYANSICI, EDWARD J. I J J I I A I Page One Hzuzdrcd Sixty-nine ' J . I -. f, -I' ' . .ix ,Em L .. A .1 f i'Ti ..'L:.ii1i1'," -N r A' fxx '- - - ' FEE' 'rm r A. A, A fl if - -.1 GV .1 . ' f ,. R1 Aff or-M L ro- - f 'rw .lim , I -. .. fi L-M5 I 551 5521 CJ 1 - .w A Avia' 5' .. .495 .551 1 ,.--. .xkigi iff ' 7553 N . , .- 1. .-:A P- !v?'ivTi1! I'1v. Jr-11 , -. "K , AHRE 1 'ii 5 aikfj , A R If 2 ' . ' -V ff z 1. T. , E A ug qv 1, 1 'gi' L N H911 291515.11 ,LL rf- g 1.- 1 AAA, 1 l 5 4123 1 5 I L. f LUSH ff: w Lge? Sophomore Dents CLASS OFFICERS A President ..................... JAMES R. CAMPBELL Vice-President . . . .... ERNEST D. HUNT Secretary ..... . . GERALD T. MCGRATH Treasurer ........ .... J . EMMET KELLY . . SHIMO A. IQUIMJIAN Bison Representative . . . . LOUIS W. RADDER Iris Representative . . . Bee Representative ......... .... . . PHILIP J. BARR THOMAS C. ROONEX' .. JoHN W. BURNS Barrettonian Representative .... Sergeant-at-arms .......... :ij f W1 l 1-if" ite ' 5 1 ft.- r T. lfil V it ' 1 I I ,lfzf I ...ig FJ H' 5 L f i Page One Huuclreof Seventy I ' S' ' 1'u.Li1'?fF3'f'21!'f L .4 fx ww L R i f fmfliha5Lg5sTi1z'ifl1WWW4ff??.sg5g4Qfifi? 19 1 l v Class Annals After a long, perilous, brain-racking batllc, which we began on September 21, and finally finished on January 19 by signing an armistice with the faculty, we the class of 726 decided that the fellow who, said, uvffhat you donit know doesnit hurt youfi never studied dentistry at the University of Buffalo. The old guard which survived the battle of 22-23 reported for active duty in September to be led into the solemn and secret mysteries of the Medical School. It took a long period of time before we accustomed ourselves to the new routine, but as all good dental students would do, wwe turned to," as Pat Murphy would say, and prepared for the Hnal going over the top which took place shortly after the Xmas holidays. Fifty brave and galant sophs led by Gen. Jim. Campbell charged on the ampitheater to battle it out with Hold man finalsf, The siege lasted for six days and Hnally a truce was signed, the casuality list posted, and the remaining veterans shipped back to the Dental School to prepare for an- other siege which took place the latter part of May. Six new men, former delicatessan store proprietors from N. Y. U. joined our ranks in September, as did the great ski jumper, f'Steve himself," who jumped back into the fray after a years sojourn in the outskirts of Buffalo, The second semester started February lst, and the boys began ffcutting upf, not what you think gentle reader, but cutting of the anatomical variety. There has been a noticeable improvement on the part of the boys since they learned tl1e true definition of a gentleman. None of your business where they found it out: but as it doesnat take much gray matter to be a gentleman, probably this is the reason they have been so success- ful. So now we will take the fifty thousand Canaries so that we may have music with our meals, put on our snow shoes, turn down our earlaps, and prepare for a successful vacation. Pugg Une Hundred S0lfl3llly-0110 4 vrji wma- H QA Y A ir.. . . , , J, ,, f...'t -f 1 . 27, ' -' 'A' ...LMI I' w....... ,,,.. .. .. no V ' '- A J I , 1 ,, ..111.g,,, w J'w:l.f.... I ROLL CALL PHILIP J. BARR, Buffalo, N. Y. "Peanut Bart' i Butfalo'S east side Sheik. JOHN W. BURNS, Buffalo, N. Y. '6H0oker" H' lJack finds life one round of pleasure especially when hoxing with IC Q. WALTER I. BURRELL, Watkins, N. Y. HSenator7' Class hanquets come but once a year. SAMUEL A. CACCAMISE, Rochester, N. Y. "Cacky" A good sport and modest is Sam. JAMES R. CAMPBELL, Edwards, N. Y. "Rush" Our class politician and artist. ALLEN W. COLE, Perrysburg, N. Y. 'cBlacksmith" It is certainly not home ties that attracts him away every week end. STEPHEN COLLINS, Buffalo, N. Y. "Steve himself, Our hero, always out of luck. FREDERICK H. CONVERSE, Stratford, Conn. "Unk" Unkle Fred S chief delight is driving around in a Ford Coupe and of course he is always alone f?J. " - ' . ' V+ I KL.-Lf1i'.'I"l 3' lf'u'li'L-I 1 1 llil"'lLl?4?l MII Mlllt .I 1 , L. L-,,..L-....LL..e...uf.1... '- LQ.. . I, ,N , 7, ., ...,.. I . ,I--, I , J lt iz: Y! r., ,x, 'l A W ,I f ,.1,3 .I, l J l .ft .J I' EJl "Yew ,i Q! i. ,I -. ill l A . L" Q71 1 - S., LM -E, ,V .gl 'll ul' iifll - I 'EQ r: ,V -:I I I 'fi-I J . .Z JAMES COYNE, Pittston, N. Y. "Jimsyl' liiif Ginshergis Irish Rose. JAMES P. CRONAN, Oswego, N. Y. "Cutie!' Oh, Girls, isnlt he just too cute? . 1 7 , RAYMOND J. DOLL, Buffalo, N. Y. "Dollte' In his stream of talk there isn't a single udam". Ask Denee Q NORMAN W. ELSAESSER, Buffalo, N. Y. B-Pestisi, hflf, He never misses his mark. Ask Ulmann. stil NATHAN H. ELSBERG, "Nate" lffig V Nate started to practice horticulture a few months ago. WILLIAM F RANK, Watkins, N. Y. "Bill" 'fl Quiet, hut he gets ,ein just the same. l NICHOLAS GIMIGLIANO, Watertown, N. Y. ttSatchel', He's thoughtful some of the time and loquatious the rest of the I time. V l PI-IILIP GINSBERC, New York, N. Y. "Phil" 1 Phil the Crate. E gl P FRANCIS L. GUINAN, Geneva, N. Y. "Geenanw The World is mine, I made it. jg- THOMAS J. HAYES, Tonawanda, N. Y. uTommy" Our football captain and pharmacologist, nuff said. i '-I GEORGE T. HICIQLETON, Buffalo, N. Y. "Huck" ,,g,g.l I-lick does the class a good turn now and them by keeping the 'g porfs. interested in radio. ' . I I JA NORBERT C. HOFFMEYER, Buffalo, N. Y. "Sheik" Between work, women, and college he has little time for himself. ERNEST D. HUN'F, F alooner, N. Y. 6'Mikel' Ike and Mike they look alikeg both leave town in the same direction. We wonder if they go to see the same girl. Page One Hultclrecl Setfertly-two iii, g J' J ' ' . '.'f"Jffl:'i lfwitfilif'U?5.1L2aws2Qt'3It2ll 4 - - .- Ir... . .... L. -.....c L ..., .... -a-f.,,,-..LL.-...x:i, 1 ' LOREN M. IQAISER, Olean, N. Y. "Oily Ann" or "Kraut ' , Kraut hailed from the big sticks again this year not because he was invited but to find out why he wasnlt invited.-shift. J. EMMIZT KELLY. Buffalo, N. Y. "Big Swede" Silver tongued orator. l'Shall l go on, or have I said enough?" NIERLE H. lflNG, Buffalo, N. Y. "Hedley" One of the few fellows in the class that studies, but thank goodness he's liberal with his knowledge. ROBICIRT G. KNAPP, Newark Valley, N. Y. "Craves7' One of these oiled dispositions which turns on the hinges of the world without creaking. SHIar.noN W. Koerr, Snyder, N. Y. 'fShelly'7 College and his girl give him but little time for the more trivial affairs of life. A1..ors1Us Kouwumvslu, Buffalo, N. Y. "Corn,', "Somebody once said to Al: HAin't love grand?,' Al replied with mAh. jvou've been reading my mailf, SHIMO A IQUIMJIAN, Rochester, N. Y. 4'Shimmy" His greatest ambition is to be near Maliel. JAMES F. LINDSAY, Amsterdam, N. Y. "lVilcl fire" If words were but a cent. Jimmy would be worth a million. GERALD T. MCGRATI-I, Albany, N. Y. "Beulah The greater McGrath is an ardent student but always has time to get even with Kelly. .l0l'IN B. MCGRATII, Niagara Falls, N. Y. "Technique" lt sure takes the lesser McGrath to tell the profs. about epidemics at the falls. MYRON S. MCGUIRE, Buffalo, N. Y. "WhiLy't A brilliant gusher once claimed by Bradford, Pa. WILLIANI R. NIECKFESSEL, Rochester, N. Y. 5'Willie,' uI'm proud of you William" Ca voice from Rochesterl. MACK MORGANSTERN, "4Morgue" Hels a poetg He doesn't know it, But his feet show it, Theylre longfellows. ANTHONY S. PANTERA, Buffalo, N. Y. "Rodent" 'l'oney's impartial, he'll argue with you even if you're on his side. JOHN F. PITASS, Buffalo, N. Y. "Jack" Gifted with a ready and copious How of language. LOUIS W. RADDER, Penn Yan, N. Y. '6LueLan' If Lew was sure you didn't know anything at all about a theory, he could explain it to you perfectly no matter what it was. l '1'HoMAs C. Roouer, Watkins, N. Y. "Tom" Tom came all the way from Watkins, but it is generally conceded that when they get that good looking they leave the glen anyway. CARL K. SANJULE, Tonawanda, N. Y. ",Iul1Qe,' Carl drives the Special in from the tall timber every morning, 1 ' that is when he gets up in time. ' DAVID C. SCHAFRAN, New York City "O,Toole" , Our athlete from toity thoid street and thoid ave. lf- T PHILIP T. SCHNITZPAHN, Buffalo, N. Y. f'Einstem' V :f For every 'lwhyn he has a 'fwhereforef' , in 3 Page One Hundred Seuentygthree 5luggqli.Eggs.ff 7'j'r.-e?Ii,1"N.:!MyFilip. ,. f 0.5 6354 -4 r . lEQ-l1ba....1u..'.....- ',QL.3'-.. L ,gig , S.. L' a..?.:::L f- 'Q I-fell i i ffl-P " 'P' i' -, f V Un -xrijf. ' 'J '4 f,' V -V -V-1 1'.f . .-f N . .-- oft- ,U I.,-NYY, klq- M, MV-,4V-Liu,-,CL V ,Lv ---1- -W W - i .-e,-v ---..gf.-.-,, AUGUST J. SIPPLE, Dunkirk, N. Y. "Sip" Our most studions niemherg indulges in nothing but mental gymnastics. - CHARLES C. SALECKI, Buffalo, N. Y. :'ChuiIy" A tower of strength among his class mates. SOLOMON TOLK, Bridgeport, Conn. A "Sol" ' Roses are redg Violets are blueg If we used mud baths. weid he pretty too. HAROLD R. Tnosslar, Utica, N. Y. "Tron He came from a small town but we can't hold that against Utica. ROY E. WAGNER, Rochester, N. Y. "Wag His home is in Rochester but his heart is in New York. LEON M. WALTS, Dexter, N. Y. Nlem' Lem wants to know the difference between a gentleman and a , dental student. LEWIS WILSON, Albin, N. Y. "Lawn Some day Lew will get a headache trying to dope out why a perfect answer is only worth 80. HENRY J. WISER, Rochester, N. Y. "Bud" He has often held the class spell hound with his singing of such selections as "Bebe', and "No, No Noraf, EARL I. ULLMAN, Syracuse, N. Y. "Pork" Still mourning over the loss of his misplaced eyebrow. ANTHONY A. ZIELINSKI. Buffalo, N. Y. "Insomnia" My kingdom for a nights rest. Page One HlllI!1I'l'll Seventy-folu' ,A.-.vv., L m-Vn .W7A.A-- . A..-.Y A M. ..-. A-A A f" ?fI1Iz4qIgIIq 'A 1T'fi ig2,I:i.L3iI'Ig1r'iI QT' 5 X14 - 'Tgw 17. Y IU? ffgfff ,x7': I I Ig " E lt? u It 433' if QI I I si: 32:45UI!!55l1YWl1lEE?31iUmUMfI?Ii5IMQliMI11iQ?IlIINMNHMUIIIIEAQE I 42- Y -- ' A - W """'b"" -"4 ' """ L- N- X-' - '-'- ' - ---4 ' .A A "'-- Jn" X 1?ffI N ' 'gjlj I 'lpzfi ibfffii H IS! If , I LIME A will pgzl E-qi ' EJ "G I .3 I I-AW I -1 -I 125 . I ig? . I eg I I I' 1' I L YQQI ILE I ' 51,1157 I-UH lf I I A555 I I Y 1 , I I -I I' ' 'W V5 fi I 2 I F? .VJ ' f .Lia I- fgfiig I I iii' ' - -. I ,X ,I ...L I LQ' Sophomore Arts , . U3 i , I I1 Iii I-. A-I re . L ..I fig, I3 ff CLASS OFFICERS I ' I A President ...................... CLYDE W, GEORGE I V ice-President .. .. MARION E. MACDONALD .3 Secretary .... .... M ARGARET WI-IYTE '52 -I: Treasurer .. ......... FRED A. LOWE .gil Marshal . WILLIAM G. SHOEMAKER f Iris Rep. .. ..... CLYDE W. GEORGE Bison Rep, ., .. WILLIAM G. COOK Bee Rep. . . . . FRANCIS H. STRIKER Ir:'-- if Ig? I :ffl I me -A TI 'iagilf W ' N f , - . 4 2 bex! 55,1 I if 171 5.51 IF-II, w' I pf :I 5 Y fwii.. iii' I I I -II If-2 if. , -..'.vI 1 I I rf 'iff I 12: l?'q'YffFf' V ' ' ! A ' - ,II jjf:-15,11 I I ,LI II 311:12 I I I Page One Hunclrccl' Scuenby-five .24 II f'VP'II'f'oWVR-M' FM A 7, 'Tu T"'13YT"'Y'v' 'TT 11' . ' If-TTTWTTVYTI I 14"-. 'A I I 'X' I H "i'VT7"f"7fu'xN' ' UWQ7' 'QLUWFf1L'Qff,"2f153mS5'Ib IM 'ifUI?4ifl'1 i'QY'r 'QW ff .I,Q?'IXaQIl1 iii , 'ki I 2.12 '5'EEl'I'1l1' Ill' Sf-WENT' N kim" IM' if fgllzlfff-I F' 'RH QUE' gWf15fI AMMLMIIHHITEQEIEIIII:WHIEIRHIEMMEZUI"V!,IliE1i5lfm1HWM? Lg 2 SY if I UT' f II 'Fw:P2IIIII.III.ezI, ' Page One Hundred Seventy-six AGLE, OLIVE S. BALDWIN, WM. J. BLEICHFELD, SAMUEL BLEY, MARGAREfl' L. BROCK, THELMA BROWNJOHN, GORDON E. BUCHWALD, IQENNETH W. BURNS, .JOHN CARLTON, IQATHRYN L. CHURCHILL, SUE O. CLARK, BENJAMIN F. COOPERMAN, MARCUS I. CORRIGAN, MARIE F. CRAIG, FREDERICK S. CULP, HEWARD , DAVIDSON, FRANCIS H. DONNELLY, GEORGE H. FARRIS, LOUIS G. FINCOLD, JOHN ' FREEDMAN, BENJAMIN GE0l!GE,, CLYDE W. GOETZ, THEODORE B. GOOD, GEORGE P. GUTHIEL, GEORGE N. HANDY, GEORGE W. HARRIS, MARX'IN S. HEILBRUN, NORMAN HIBRARD, DANIEL R. I-IICKMAN, DORIS H. HILL, JOSEPH M. HOLMLUND, THEODORE J. HORTON, ARTHUR J. HORTON, JOHN T. HUMMEL, L. EDGAR JAMES, LUCILE IQING, WILLIAM L. JKING, WALTER F. LAPIDES, MAX LEVITAN, NETTIE LEWIS, HARRIET E. LIMBIJRG, DOROTHY V. LOWE, FREDERICK A. MACGIORE, MICHAEL J. MARKOVITZ, JULIUS MAYER, EMILE C. ,fxy -Y--..,.v, ...L .. ,, Y ,. 1 A.. . ..... ........... . nf.-. .L HTWLLL . Il.. II .J 1 I I . 4 V.. .S T' .' 1 F1 'TE if ' iv! 1"M::1'1I :" W'fifJ ' "f ' ' - L. if ' ,',-1'Q.i4-..L..41.:...LJ1 'W' 'I'f gCLL,.'!lLLf'V'1V'.I-.' 1.1 ....--. ...: 4 -.A .,Qgf4xdQ , ,,..,..,..1iiT.,, L ,-T!T ilfu I 1, .QI ROLL CALL ' '5 MAZURONVSKI, BERNARD fl MCALPINE, ICENNETH B. ,h 3 MCNAMARA, JOHN E. MIKOLAJCZAK, EDWARD X. . Q 0,BRIAN, AUSTIN A. 5 OLLODART, BENJAMIN 5125 PIERMAN, DOIIOTHY Fil POLLOCK, EUGENE H. ' POTTER, ROBERT D. PURPLE, DONALD G. JL RAVNITZKY, A. BENJAMIN QQ ffl RAVNITZKY, EVA ,jf RICKLOFF, RAYMONDIJ. S '5 RINNALLO, EVELYN A. ff if ROSENBERG, JOSEPH J, , I RUBERY, L. ELAINE SCACCIA, .JOSEPI-IINE E. L 9 SCHOEPFLIN, MABEI, ,Q F J SCI-IUTKEKER, BRUNO G. .Q 3. ' SCHWABE, LOUISE A. , SHAW, MARG. E. SHEEHAN, GEORGE L. P? SHERWOOD, H. ELIZABETH SHOEMAKER, WM. G. T 4 SIDER, HELEN E. 'E Q SLY, GRACE E. ' f SMOLEV, HEYMAN f SPIEGELMAN, HARRY , SVEDMEYER, HERBERT' ,Q Y TAET. JOHN S. J' TALLMAN, MARION L. J TEPLITZKY, ISADORE THIELE, LIONORINE M. THOMAS, MARION E. TRAPERTH, LAURA M. WVANDIERSHOCK, M. J. VAN TINE, DOROTHY K. VOELKLE, ALBERT J, VOLK, CONSTANCE G. XVALKER, EARNEST WALLACE. LEVA M. WALLACE, LYNN D. fl WOLF, ROBERT R. A YOCHELSON, SAMUEL M, ' ZACI-IRM, RUTH B. gl . 1 In O , , N- ,, i . I- - I ' Y 'QIf""""H" if! I- I. . ----'-"ff'-f7-- - -Y-Y-Y------qs "'J'Ff, V45 . M, I-.f'IQ',: wif? Pl!! ' 1' 1. L.'.wv2 AA... 1 Wm:w!y?1:'lg'1 1 itz, i , 1,,1,11 ' 1 1 Class History As the great owl moves restlessly' when the sun sinks below the dull horizon, shakes off his drowsiness and surveys the world about him, so does the historian as another year draws to an end, and pausing for a moment as if searching for a beginning, takes up his quill and begins to write. Back in 1922, in the late days of September, some hundred or more young hopeful, hailing from every sector of the woods, knocked at the ivy-covered portals of this great University and were quietly ushered in. Right then and there our history began. Our early days were spent at Townsend Hall, where the long winding stairways of that historical structure led us up to half darkened, dwarf-like rooms, where we assembled daily in search of knowledge and greater things. As the days passed quickly by we became more accustomed to our new life, and began to enjoy it. Many happy hours were spent in the great armchair in the library--much to the indignation of the preceding class. The first real excitement came with the October rush, when some sixty or more rebellious Lfrosh' assembled in one of the numerous alleys of the neighborhood and flaunt- ing our much loved green and yellow Hag, we proved our intentions by using the front door at will from then on. But Townsend Hall was not to he our hOme for long. Waiting expectantly for the day when we should seek abode in our 11ew and greater university, it came at last. ln late fall we led the way to our new campus which we are so proud of today. Arriving here we re-organized and chose Fred Lowe to guide the destinies of our class. Excitement ran high! The thrill of a new campus with greater and wider activities was no small assessment. The football games were attended by all and in every phase Our college routine began to take new life. In the push ball game we carried the ball far over the Sophomore line, but not without casualties. Clyde George took home a fractured skull as a souvenir and many others had 'little bumps and bruises. The big point was that we won the contest. Many other events took place in our freshman year, including our dance and other activities which were all a grand success. But gtempus fugit' and before we realized it, our fresh- man year drew to a close, and as the sculptor chisels exquisite and beautiful f0rms from rough, irregular rocks, we were transformed into Sophomores, the role which is now drawing to a close. H Possessed with new life and greater hopes, our Sophomore year has been filled with many happenings too numerous t0 claim space here. The helm was handed over to Clyde George who has successfully guided us thru the year. The big social event of the year was the Soph-Fresh Hop which was held in early February. Joining hands with the class of ,27, we aspired to make this event a huge success, and our hopes were realized in every way. The Freshman Class was no small source of trouble. Favoring them with K Page Que Hundred Seventy-seven 11 .1-11.1111 vi", 'Ht 1' 1 11.14 1.1 1' 1 1 1 :T5.:"7Tf'iTi"7i"iiT7i'fFf7i"I'ff'2""TTT 1 i W IQ, W, 1. 1y!1i1,,. 1, W, ,, 1 isp ,M .. . ,1 ,X my , ., W1 . ,,,1 W V11 F , , , N, .. , 1 ,, , f w 1a w 1 , :'1f1:+1- 1 ,, , , 1 ., .N ,, , , .,,, , 1 .mr ,N 11. f 1 .1 1 1, '- 1 'fi-"P r 1312114 gill", i,Q,.,,.,,, .f..:: -1 .,-I , , ,Si 1 ,,.d 'iii fg '. vt,-ea . 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On the whole we were successful and as we draw near the end of our second year, we extend to the class. of '27 our . .ns hopes that they will be even more successful in their duty next year, that the freshmen rules may become traditional at our university. 7' -- It is with a reluctant feeling that we near the end of this, our Sophomore year. Many of our number will seek professional schools, and when we return in the fall, our numbers will he greatly diminished on this account. But what- gli 7 . ever our destiny may he, we are looking forward to a greater and more success- ful year when we return as Juniors, and are looking back over our Sophomore H Year with a feeling of contentment, as we recall the many happy memories that Wrjzlr fi l will spur us on to greater attainment. -HISTORIAN. V i??l : l lif? 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K. :fy fi 1 LLLIEL: AND So FINISHED THE FROSH-SoP1-I SQUABBLE il- ri' 'Ll .5253 l I Z2-jxl L -J Page One Hundred Seventy-eighL E5 4 Y---A W-if Y... ffw - - , -.,---n,. ,UW . .-.M K - . fs igiimjlwmgii ifj1'q,gNr,::f'-F 'T F 1 - . fr, gg Ir, I-179, fi F L. .fr . 4 ,, .W rw M- f'72fT:'2'.'TT i1gvWE1,.'2I ?"fiiV'l1Q'. ml ' '-milf -, H W r , . 5 U f. - N ,V f- f 1 V 1 " 'z -?:1f.,.,w'.lfp 1:16.25-U 1' .ww 1aw'4u i is w. the as .mf -.ufhsiif M1.ffvm-P i warf-pn1w1H'f'fT'Q1 vii---.,Y ..-7. f --Y Y. Y 7-1-7 W. .,,,Y . , , , , 44, ,,.,h-1 k ' ..--..- "" "i"Y"I""' W Zi! Z l X W f X f 'K ' 4? 7? A2761 A 5 .. FRO H T T T X . . ,- TTT Freshman Medics CLASS OFFICERS President . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary .... . . Treasurer ........ . Iris Representative . . Bee Representative . . Bison Representative .. Marshall ........... Page One Hundred Eighty . JOHN R. MCLAUGHLIN . . .CHARLES L. STEVENS HENRIETTA C. CHRISTEN IQENNETH G. JAHRAUSE . . . LESTER S. IQNAPP . . RICHARD F. 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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTQLTLETQQQTIT4 fi T.,' 2' ifxii. , 5' -, TT T TQTTTTJT' --T TT T ,T Q, , ,,.v . .T TTTT, T T T. TT' TTT. -sv-5 TTTTTTTT ROLL CALL ALBISRTI, CHARLES H. ALESSI. CHARLES BARR, WM. A. BERWALD. 1'lI'1RBER'l' T. BOOAN. ROBERT .J. BRIESEMI-:ISTER. .JOHN D. BRODIE, ERNEST L. BRYLSIQI, FLORIAN J. BURDICK, BINCLEY L. CARLINO, LAWRENCE L. CASTIGLIONE, SAMUEL J. CHAIRIN, NA1'I'1AN W. C1-IRISTEN. HENRlET'l'IX C CONLEY, HENRY D. CRIDEN. FRANK M. CUMMINOS. GLENN E. DESALVO, VINCENT T. ELSAESSER, ARTHUR G. EUSTACE, CHARLES .J. FRANK, GEORGE J. FREEMAN, SHELDON B. FRIEDMAN, BERNARD B. FUNK, ARTHUR L. FELDMAN, NATHAN GAIIDNER, RICHARD M. GERASS, JOSEPH GOETZMAN, ARTHUR C. LIARDING, MOORE R. HASSENERATZ, ARTHUR C. HEKIRIIAN, IVAN JAHRAUS, IQENNETH G. JONES, IvAIf1 M. IQELLY, ALTA M. IQIBLER, WVILLIAM J. IQLEIN, JENNIE D. KNAPP, LESTER S. IQRYSTAFIQEWICZ, .JOSEPH ICIJ, JOSEPH F. JVJICONIQ, JOHN A. LEVITAN, SIMON A. IJEVY, FRANCES M. MACCOMII, WVILLIAM NICCONVEY, WILLIAM A. MCLAUCI-ILIN, JOI-IN R. MADERER. ROBERT JuANZI2I,.LA, ANTHONY J. MAY, RAYMOND F. MAIIQUISE, GEORGE F. MEISSNEIK, WILLIAM W. MILLER, MAURICE MOORE, EVERETT C. MOREY, JOHN B. M0llliIiI.I., RIEXFORD, J. MULLEN, JOSEH R. JVIURPIIY, GERALD E. NOWAIC, STANLEY A. 0,BRIEN, N0liNIAN A. PAIC12. ARNOLD PAINTON, JOSEPH F. PALMER, MILTON A. -PIERCE. HUGH M. SICHIE, RICHARD, F. RICI-IWUN, MAYER H. 110513, JOHN A. SCI-INECKENBERGER, H. J. SHUMLOVITZ, BENJAMIN SKLAROW, LOUIS STEVENS, CHARLES L. SHIPPE, .JAMES N. SUPPLE, THOMAS L. TALTY, FRANCIS P. TROTTER, JULIAN P. VALPONE, JAMES T. WOLF, NORMAN J. ZIEOLER, WILLIAM Page One Hltlldlvll lfzghty one , . S A ,I ff, H., I, L. . I , , J, .. . , ' an "L 1, ' ig ' I I P 1 I if 'I JIT w I: Mg If - I Frosh Medios Lo and behold, again there shineth another light in the east--but it cometh not from the skies but, verily, it cometh from within the portals of that shrine of the C-od of Medicine. For there had collected a crowd of seven and seventy fstudents they called themselves, and neither were they all as Adam J, a most brilliant conglomeration, eager to offer themselves before that altar or perish in the attempt. At o11ce they began to delve into the mysteries of the human body and not a few wielded the scalpel and razor well faccounted for probably by their prev- ious experience in butcher and barber shopsj. At the same time they entered in the realm of cells and tissues. For five and a half fortnights, they were exposed to the scorching rays of Histology and Embryology and not a few were singed. Freeing themselves from the yoke of Histology, they inadvertently stepped into other shackles--Physiological Chemistry. But no sooner had these shackles gripped them firmly when the days of Yuletide had come and they scattered to their domiciles for a long needed period of recuperation. But does wine, women and dance make for recuperation--hardly. So again they came together, and settled down into the rut of work. A All work and play, etc. So gathering together their artistic talent and other- wise, they won, no little admiration at the Medico Shindig. A burst of diversion, then back to work again. A practical exam in Chem. encountered them-pulse and temperature fluctuated flowest temperature reported 15 degreesl. Another practical, and still more wavered, but the main body continued on. Shortly after St. Patrickls birthday fApril lstl another storm cloud appear- ed on the horizon. Anatomy finals. 6'Every cloud has a silver lining."-this was the exception to the rule, for here was another cloud within the first-Bio Chemistry finals. fDeath Rate High.j A short recess at Easter was refreshing in more ways than one Cespecially noticeable by the varicolored ties which many wore on returning-ered predom- inatedl. Then again the coming spring gave them a new and much needed stimulus for the final lap. Even so, Neural Anatomy took its Toll. Thususaw the Freshman Class of 1923 thru its first year in Medicine. Wlould that those seven and seventy could continue this journey as Sophomores. Still, let us remember-dmany are called but few are chosen. Page Ulla l'1lllllIl'ffll lfigllly-lwu Tv :Til Tim , f 21 is 1 .ll- 1 E32 K li. f ELT FTfvIIwI12::ingiImfwIvYIIII'vf1iTiw?ITvw1?fi1II1I5fW1fPQIfiFrV rw- J"??', 1 , WI'MM,IIw:f:W?1l1MfJ1!gITUM?Im1Im!lIW.IiIII I WI fs if II I? J ffz 'IF I.. Yiw, ,, A M, ,WW ,,,,,,H, ,,,, , , M .4 ,,..,,,,- i .- .ff- YI .xr-p.T.-,, -, ..- ...... ,. YV gm' , fgfwi I lliiifr ' JI J 'Tw' 3 X I'4i N ' if I I JI , f".1:2 WK fi I 1 H Ia. Y? we "'A :W I Eg gf! rv I if J If -J ,Ir I ' " 'Tj 1.- ,Q gi, , me 34 QI' I I 0 ffig Mig: Frosh Pharrrncs if-3 ' . Ii? WT' President ..... . . . J. VINCENT WESTON A ,. . I 75 Ifzce-Presulenz . . . . . . MARION E. STRUM ui Secretary .. JULIUS J. SARACENI J? iii 1 Treasurer . .. . . .' ICENNETH F. W AY Historian . .. .... MICHAEL J. FERRARA M 1 zz W I J M YN w Elf? Q5 KM: ars La . . . . . ALTER . AR 0 SIU IiQ - ri, I Q9 iii uf I SI I ' ' E - . 'AV Peggy One H lgndred Eighty-three -W WiIl'WFJffJ'1fV'W'W V V fy ii-'wsfeslwI:If5w'w'3v'2w flvf.Iff'fwwA'ffWf1suw m llllil IIIZHWIENFQ 55595 1521 QT: if f l N ROLL ALPERN. EVELYN E. ALVERSON, DONALD R. BACHMAN, JOHN P. BAlIA'1"1'A, FRANK C. BOROSZEWSKI, JOHN P. BROARDT, EDITH C. BROWN, HENRY G. CAVANAOII, HAROLD E. CHEPLOVITZ, MAX CIYIERNOFF, HARRY A. CONSTAN'I'INE, WAL'l'ER E. CREAOH, EDWARD G. DAVIS, LERAY B. DENNEE, HOWARD A. DOUGLASS, MATTIIEW M. FLOOD, LEO T. FREEZE, WALTER C. FRIEDLAND, MARTIN GIBBONS, EDWARD H. GOLDFARB, SAMUEL GULLO, CHARLES HANDEI., WILLIAM H. HARRISON, WILLIAM R. I-IULBERT, HAROLD F. IQEYES, ROSWELL PARK IQORN, JOHN J. IQWIATKOWSKI, GEORGE LACAYO, RENATO J. CALL LEVINE, NA'1'PIAN MORJRIS, ALLAN S. MUI,DOON, ARTI-IUR P. NADtJI.NY'. CHESTER J. NOWAK, JOHN F. O,BRIEN, JOSEPH F. PEACOCK, HARLEIOH S PISA, JOSEPH J. PODELL, ALEXANDER RAFLI2, PHILIP J. RAPP, MII,'FON V. RIVO, DAVID ROSE,. TJENNER J. ROSNER, EDWARD L. SANFORD, ,JAMES J. SAUNDERS, RICHARD L SCI-IINTZIUS, WILLIAM C SCHNATZ, FREDERICK T SCINTA, SILAS F. SERIO, THOMAS SILVERBERC, SIGMUND B SMITH, ERNEST P. STERNBERG, EMIL STERNBERG, FRANIQLYN J EULLIVAN, EUGENE M. ULTICIT, ALFRED L. C. WOODWORTH, EVERETT A YELLEN, IRVING W A lam. Une HLLlldI'C6l Eighty-follr F I - , - 1, ,IV Farm ficsl of '25 Y From all sections of the country we came in answer to the call of the boot- leggers. From cities and farms we came in the form of timid high school grad- uates to cast our fortune in our new chosen profession. Un hundred and forty strong, numbering in our ranks about ten of the gentler six. It was during the last few days of September that we got our first view of Foster Hall, our future home. We came gladly forward on that first day to will- ingly give up our hard earned shekels and become bona fide students of new Pharmacy Class. The following Monday came the Convocation when we meekly followed the footsteps of our haughty Seniors to the portals of Hutchinson High School. One beautiful day, however, while our benevolent professors had us in quizz sections, we were aroused from our slumbers by a mighty rumble and roar. Could it be possible? Yes. Our time of initiation hadf come. The Seniors pounced upon us and before we were aware of it, we were firmly bound and queerly painted in all colors of the rainbow. Then we were marched down the public thoroughfares and halted at the Public Lafayette Square. During our journey and stop at the Square, we were subjected to the whims of the Seniors and our actions, were worthy of a highly paid cast of comedians. As we became better acquainted, under the fatherly guidance of the Seniors, we set about to elect permanent officers. Several stormy sessions were held and we finally agreed upon a constitution and elected our class officers, thereby be- coming an independent class of the University. After several months of school life came Thanksgiving recess. Many of the members of our class left for their homes and came back greatly refreshed in mind and spirits f?j. After another month of ardous labors, we were sent to our homes to see if Santa Claus had forgotten us or not. When we returned to school we were gently reminded that mid sessions were not far off and so we set about to overcome this unnecessary evil. The class has now settled down to business and bids well to make good in the finals which loom before us not far in the distance. ' During our Frosh term on sad incident marred our year. Yvilliam Joyce, a respected member of our class met his unfortunate death from carbon monoxide poisoning. The class purchased a beautiful Horal piece with the class emblem, which was sent to Oswego, ,loyce's home. Six members of the class accompanied the token of respect and acted as pall-bearers. Our class has shown great spirit during the past year and hopes to carry on the fame and honor of the past Pharmacy Classes of U. of B. Michael J. Ferrara Page 'One Hundred Eighty-five ' ' ' ' A -Q., -. P: . Q .r -- 4 H 5'1x..J ' Q7 -- ,q1., i 1-Q :"7'f' ,.-.V . ,, I -1' n f mu .' -:Ha-x I K , w 53 LIU. Air.. .- M53 T-WY!!! T V' .1 , . MY- 4 . ,Y- . , . M. .Q . . -.- x,N 1 v Freshman Law CLASS OFFICERS G. H. METZ ..... ..... I. D. MCCARTPIY .. Miss B. MCGOWAN .. .. E. E. BALSI-:R .... T. A. NEWSOME . . Page One Hundred Eighty-six . ,, Y ,V 1 ,Y .Y Q -. 1: wg ,w-,X 'X-,IQ -V ,M '-.- 'X . -1 .np . 'W lg. X- ,. , ,. .is ' 4' . -1531, hi "M, 4., 1. President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer T x, 'ww ,4.WI1,w-in il. . -.1 , W x . 1 V .,.,,,., ,MA - .x .,, 4.0. x. X , 7 ---fn- 7 5 JM., w w .. J.. ATTARDO, J. AUSTIN, J. G. BAUMLER. H. M. BEANAN, F. J. BENNu'1"1', C. A. Banc, G. M. BERLOVE, L. .J. BISSELL, J. .I. FBREGGER, D. Bnocn, H. Bxvncxss, E. W. Bumu-1. J. J. CANTOR, R. CAImoL1.. J. R. C01-HSN. I. B. Colrrl, J. A. DADY, J. T. DAL13x'. M. D. DAVSON, W. .J. Dmscou., T. P. Dnx'.I,x, S. J. El.sA12ssu1z. E. J. BALSILR, E.. E. DICKMAN, F. GILDEN, C. LEARY, M. O. MCGOWAN, B. JVICGOWAN, M. A. SCHNIQLL, M. B. TAXLQR, M. D. FANcH.L:1:, R. A. ROLL CALL FOKIIIEAD, J-I. J. FRUSCIQNE. C. A. Gn.1sliR'1', W. W. CLADNIQR. S. Cm,nS'1'12:N, FI. Gur.us'r1f:1N. M. M. Goommw. J. Culsl-zwulclcc, Fl. JHANLON, D. F. HENRY. J. R. Hmmmw, A. R. I-llM1f:l,m1uz. J. I-IQIPFMAN, H, HQ HORNLEIN, R. M. Honowrrz, I-I. Huswow. P. V. JACKMAN, D. V. JAnmfSm'. I-I. .!0nn.-uv. .J. J. JQELLY, J. F. IQLAASESZ. P. F. Klnclillz. L. C. LES'rx11l:, G. H. I'.a2:wv1S. J. D. LUCKNISR, M. C. MCCAMHY, J. D. FMACPHAIL, H. R. MARSIQY. J. 'M'A'rALA, J. S. MAURIN, F. D. MAYHR, M. Momfow, ll. K. MUNSQN, D. B. Musurmuo, A. j. NISWMAN, J. M. NICWSONIC, J, A. CVILIAIHQ. J. J. OKUN, A. Owl-LNS. J. F. PACINI, A. R. Po'r'1'm:, V. 1-I.. Powswuu, 1. L. RACIILW, H. JJISLIN, N. R1c1Q1.1a1z, A. l-1. Rouxwsow, H. J. Ro1s1NsoN, W. H. RUSIQNGIQANT, J. M JROSENTHAL, S. S. ROTH, W. HUMIZIQN, M. J. SAN1Jl.1en, D. D. Suumvpou, F. G. SmI'1'u, E. 5. 5'1'AlzRl5'l"1'. Jil. lil. Sflzslfzl., H. B. 'J'Amsox, C. H. TILLS, R. H. VAl..I.m,x', E, L. WVlCI'l'Nl3ll, P. E. Wummlm, F. Wnxrsli, H. H. W FISHMAN, L. Mwrz, G I-I. XV1s1zA1m, F. C. if FLEMING, E. E, 1L11w1m12mw1AN, R. A. Jeff J' gr JLETZ JE? 1... Jfffi Page One PIll,llllI'UlI Eiglzlg scum V153 lifiifih-- ,-W' , Hif--H' 'J 7...-'1Fif2'1ff7BT . 1. J 4. .. ,-. .A 'TF . J V 521 1 J 1 l532555WJrF.F.EJsm.-...wiw3.'1g.2g...i1. . U 11-'P ' ' 'J 'M' J A Shades of a Mince Pie A Play of the New School Scene: Townsend Hall Characters: So far as material, sufficiently stated in the opinion. Time: 1:00 P.'M. The freshman class rushes in breezily, swinging the doors nearly oil' their hinges to the tune of Schnberfs Song of Love. Meek professor follows closely, the whole scene slightly suggestive of a burlesque artists, appearance preceeded by singing chorus. Professor fjoylcsslyj-Due to an unaccountable lack of defensive facilities, I find myself unable to cope with this class at present but" fhere his face lights up as tho from afar he had sensed some hopeful glimmerj Hthat handsome and commanding youth from the rear will act in my stead." He disappears slowly to the happy chant of the student multitude fone hun- dred in all, including women and little childrenj singing "Good-Bye forever-" Charles Tarbox, his successor, rolls up the aisle and turns to face an odd scene. Half the students slowly fade from view, feet first till nothing remains visible but their faces, and these grim Cheshire-cat like till their their eyes close heavily. T. B. fwe'll call him this for short? Crispilyl-uHanlon, give facts, point and law of Sunshine vs. Snowball-25 Chinese Pari-Mutual 352.007 Swartz fin a sepulchral monatonel. UNO doubt you wonder as you look at me, What makes his nose run so prettily? Indeed sir it's a matter of heredity 'Tis inclined so to run in the family? T. B.-'4Excellentlw-'fcontinue Dadyf, Dawson C recites sleepily for Dadyl-alt seems-5' 'LThe Prince of Wales upon a horse did sit The Prince of Wales the frozen ground did hit And at the trial the former jury ruled 'Twas not the Prince himself who thus was mauled-" T. B. calls on Porki who rises indignant and walks out-. Karl Kowski with a georgette bag over his shoulder glides from student to student soliciting pennies to open up a sausage counter in his lunch room. Sandler's and Berg embryo mustachios sail thru the air, exchange greetings ln passing, and then exchange owners in settling hack. The young lady students arise as one man and recite the following amid shrill protests of T. B. but cries of ulflear! Hear!" from the rest- MA gallant young prince is Dashing Daley, Who dances and prances in manner most gayly. We are sure that instead of the law for a rage He'd be far higher up if he'd go on the stage- fthat is Back-stagelvj Page Une Hundred lfiglzly-ciglll, LQ ,, 1 ' Elf ., v T. B. fAdmiring the raven hair and jade eyes of the prima donna!-uThat sounds like a number of things, the color of the sky, the fragrance of jasmine, etc.-Wliat is your name Madame?" Prima donna Cshyly but deftly arranging three stray locks behind her right earl-NMy name?'Yah-er-ah--that is--Mrs. Eugene O'Brien--er-I mean --I hope that--'7 She is interrupted ungraciously by Himmelfarb who thinks he has been called on and rises to speak, but before he has uttered a word he is dragged down by Rossenthal with a loud admonition to ulistenf The audience sits entranced as Herman, curled in the arms of Morpheus emits a melodious series of rich, pure snores with such tonal effects and shading intonations as charac- terize the master that he is in his art. The only imperfection noticeable is a slight staccato whistle which persists in obligating the otherwise celestial melody. Cries of uEncore!" MLouder!" etc. Now a sucking noise becomes audible and all turn to see Vallely in Persian garb smoking a hookah. T. B. 'cHere! Here! No smoking here! Besides, you won't grow any more! You donit want that. do you?'7 The culprit pleads a headache to which T. B. replies, uYou're excused, see a carpenter to fix you!" As Vallely slides out, the crowd is alarmed at the antics of Battaglia who has inexplicably floated to the ceiling Zllld is swinging around in a dangerous circle! Those beneath are screaming and scampering away to safety. T. B. fEl1I'2lgCdj"MuCOlllC here at once! How dare you go up sans permis- sion?" Battaglia smiles sheepishly and begins a series of deep inhalations which start to round out his puny frame. Larger and larger! The room is getting small- er! Death to all seemed certain! He steadily expands while the timid are faint- ing all about. In the midst of the chaos the new hero of the Twentieth Cen- tury Sir Wiltse is heard screaming, HDon,t fear! I'll save you all!" His heroism is thrilling as he climbs up the window-pole, balancing it himself the meanwhile, and turns when ten feet from the floor to see the human dirgible directly above him. He draws back his sword-like arm and with a quick and superhuman stroke which shows its eH'ort on his mighty countenance, plunges the pin like point of his elbow into the great danger above-Boom! Battaglia bursts with a tre- mendous explosion, resulting in a shower of limbs, pocket-combs and small golden foot-balls!- I awaken with a start to see the stampede towards the door-Class is over! Epilogue: This dramatic germ is simply explained. The writer never thought that devouring a piece of mince pie particularly before an afternoon class when one is bound to fall asleep could so easily cause a night-mare! But Coleridge didn't do any better in his time, and he had opium! So why? Page One Hundred Eighty-nine 1 , at -iz 7' . "" i ,l- ,W.,g, X , ,..1,,?, ,v,Wi 1 , . ' , 3 ' , :T"w.,ff I fb, f -J...-'fmyw' "1-QILQ1.: RFI ..MI.1'.w,.gw,4. IWu...,I'IjWpi1EW1Wj-I-:I'.. . .r' I. Fif'-1 ' " 11' .li JJTJI fi 1 'V I -' 1 . '1wE1"'I1'I .if'Ffs'+4WI1W'WV-':1?lfTf'fi1'- M' 1'i'f?2"1i"' 3i"""W'!' WI ' .3L'.,, LWQJ LL L.-5, .. ,Ig ' FJ ali E,-1 YL, 3:5 YQ ...LF EJ, I ,NUMHILigifllihilL!:LIL.1gQ51'5XLI .' f Y - - ' - f f- - f- -v--- ,OXJ -- '-f-w-------1,-.A-.-."3i'3 I I' Sig L"YY.l ,M V I I T I I ww , i,gVIIgi.g it L .l 3 .gl 1 Af, 5 ln:- ,J Iifivei E .ixifgg g 9, i I - .2 . I , vc- 2:11 ,, A nf I- 'fi H E 'ly 5 V ,I :U "A 'fn I 'VQS , -, 'E fl ,R . . V 2. .I , iT -, . E 1 N L , ' . 1 ,LI I lj, ,lx 5 " Qi' 4-44 , I 1 ,L 1' I -1--1' IV ii T I! . H. . Q If " N I I J? Freshman Dents 4 . I If CLASS OFFICERS Q' I. ,LI Preszdenz ........ . . .............. HENRY J . ROZAN 1511. I- Vice-President .. .. VICTOR W. COYLE I , 1 I M Secretary .. ROBERT A. BELL IP ,. . ...I , ., ,H Treasurer . . ..... LEE W. HAYES 1 ,I I ,I 3. . ff Marshall .......... . . GILBERT A. BICKEL . Iris Representative .... . . . ELDEN D. PERKINS . Bison Representative . . . . . . STANLEY J. MA.IOR I I I I ' L X . u Bee Representative .. FRANCIS S. PETRINO f . If A . vw I 'QI ij V ' ,. , 3 Q I3 --,, , I VLA.: .fx 51.7" , .U 'f 'A U ' 1 4. of , A 1+ A .41 , ,.- .II II- --x ,tx I ,gif -I , -7. .H ...M , 135: N' -- ll - , , , 'jgkii I 5215 "fi: I . ' Page One 11!lllfll'!3d Nmely 'lgf Q? if -ff-M -- - - - -7- A2-7 - A-, 'fr YV I-YA-.qgu-----W- . . '- - i 1?4l-1 .WH 1 T7'TT""?TT41'F""""1-.TTTTTVTLL-' '- '7 -' f-S. fi-'I 'V 1. If 1 .. "7f":TTT-T 'ai7'fTTf1i'f'i9'j2i ex-'f4.QI'l1IM IIA fun'-'fffI'W pw. 'lf-J-:I,f'1v11 I v'.r-A L. .w"W:..S:' lx, -32 ff- 1 ,I ,fw f' M 1,1 I. 1 lf ml -'M "V I A w ' I II H-H, 1' J' ' I, ' L5. V. 1I.1Q .r-I I I IM IA ,N W5 I. ,H ,, - qw, -Q . ANU U ff It . N, .,I T R.-.N L... , . ,.f.-- -44113. .WMI a:5IhM!.lIM.mIV11M.LIEMmLIg, lsr I V O 3 3' UH -329 + 2 -z JI Q Iv IFFILEAMQ .IN , .1 C. LACEY ADKINS RUSSELL G. ANDERSON THOMAS J. BANICAN GILBERT A. BICKEL ROBERT A. BELL MICI-IAIEI, W. BLACK IRVINC A. BRUCKI-I EIMER FRANK P. CIAMBRONE EMMET F. CORRICAN VICTOR W. COYLE I'TAUGIAI'l'0N N. DICKINSON DANIEL J. Dl.lAlN'IES DERWARD C. DUNI'IAlVI SIDNEY H. DUNI-IAM FRANK J, DUSTEN HAROI,D W. TUWINPILLIS XVALTER F. DZINIIAN JULIUS E. ESTRY WILLIAM ESTRY ROLL CALL JACOB H. GRBIIZNISEIIG TTARRY J. HALL RICHARD K. HARTMAN LEO A. HA'l'C1'I LEE W TTAYES .l0SEI"l-I A. HICKEY lVl'ARVlN ISRAEL EDWIN C. JAUCH RAYMOND T. TQELLY ONA LAMONTE LAWRENCE H. LOCHRY STANLEY J. MAJOR MARION MAZUROWSICI .IOSERI-I MEEIQIN TTAROLD S. MOORE ARNOLD G. NEUMANY DONALD H. NOR'l'ON AMIL J. PASQUARELLE ELDEN D. PERKINS FRANCIS S. PETRINO SOL PLESUR WILLIAM E. POT'I'ER HUGH D. QUIMBY JOHN L. QUINLIVA:-: HAIlOI.D H. REILLY ARVIS B. RIFFLE MAX RIVO ALBERT E. ROBERTS LTENRY J. ROZAN l'IAlt0LD C. SANTMIRE TTARRY F. SI-IORTAL LTENRY J. STROT C. BRUCE SUTER JOSEPH H. SWACLER JOHN SZCZEPANIAK THEODORE L. B. TERKOSKI GEORGE M. THOMAS TTOWARD E. XVILKINSON EDWARD J. GALVIN ALBERT A. ZIIINI-IELD CLASS POEM Often and oft llll think of youfe Think of the things we used to do: Think of the things we used to Say, Perhaps Till sigh aI1d perhaps T'll Smile As l dream of each olden golden while Often aIId oft. Now this the way You think he looks Witli his head buried deep In musty Old hooks You think him a griIId But Sutleris trying to lind TlIe name of the guy Who didn't know whether Good hrain and good hrawn Could go well together. I-lere's S. H. Dunham, the sunshine lad, Who'S never known to hurry, An easy gait, may bring him late, But Sidney will never worry. vw- -' .L S ,w Illll a garrulous youth And to tell you the truth I ahsorh all the new as I spread it Of all who get the Susquehanna Tran- script ' Hickey alone seems to have read it. A rough and tumble athlete he, Who loved to play and prance But now each move has studied grace Since lVlajor's learned to dance. Thereis 'cJackie" Creenhurg who they say Will he a dentist some Hne day Luckall he with him on his way If he can bribe the S. P. C. A. The Cornet player in Sousa's hand Will furnish quite a thrill, But everyone of llS agrees That Joe Meegan is right there. Page One Hundred Ninety-one f ,A I IV A-21' "i ' ,, W ,IW J! . I -L11 " l1'LM-lyllpf l i , , of -l.t'H I-J... It' L iii" Effm' . if A ' ' ' ' -. , 1 1 1, -.-, 1,1 1,i 1.34 1- H -1 , , , , ,V G?T'Q+', . Shi .. 1, , -A 1-'F' f 3l1T11"' 1,', 2751VFTFYM1-F17W,1.I1f15''1'ff.ff'f1fW11m1TWf'5Jf'3-I I 1 1 1 1 42:13-11 1,5 M. ,J 2 1 fu 1 '. 11.1 ,1'11111113,5,11:1T1-,l'1 3, f11,111111,11:111171.11 ,M ,.-...........,.. .WL A, -,A..-1 . , ,V Y , , , , .., V A A . . , , . 4 1, 1...u4 WA.. -..-.A-..,.L,1.u3J.--1....1 11-' 11,.,,4l- '11, ,111 ., - 1 f- .W 7.-- , Q -,- ky Y , 1 J' President . . . Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer . . Marshall .. Page 0110 llurzdred Nillfilj'-IIUU --- -W .A -. ,fi:7. 1:,:.+R,..,1-. f--RA---M , 1, ,,.,, ,-,- ,. . ,1 ,1,, 11,1,,,. 11111 1,11,11,1, ,,1-1.11111 ,111 1-1.1, Freshman Arts OFFICERS . . . . . ANDREW JACKSON . . . . . I-IARRIET F. MONTAGUE .. GWENDOLYN DOUGHTON ....... EARL Y. HARRIS .. CARL W. HARRIS FAQ- f - if-f 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1'11'11 ,,1,1!,,1,',,11,1a', 4?111111111'11,1 11-,51'g1,Q.,u1 .1,121,ff'F1- 4, ,111 .,1 1,-1, 1 - ff, U, - J.. .. -' Y 1 1 g..4L.:,gggL1fn5g5,w:1111111L, ,,1,,.:,.11 1 11 1.1. 1 1. 11 1, , 4 11 fl. 1 Q - -1 g . I ii 751 V 'L 14 1 if 1 - la 1 51.4 F'!if?4fAf4 1 5 ,ell E5 ' 3 A5 14141 .gf .41 .114 11? .. ,.f1 -Si -J f -'4 1 .v... 1 1 1 W 21' EQ A W, ' W '1 -f .4 Q 1 YL' -11 1 .- ,LJ 1 Q 1 .1-,,. ,f -. 1 F: Q L"'.fzf-J i Fl-Q , Z i f 55' J 1 S 1 FV- A 1 n'f:',-'C 1 my 1 Q . 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BOMIEER, PHILIP DOUGI-ITON, GWENDOLYN LIOFFMAN, JOSEPII L BRACHEIELD, SIDNEY DOYLE, JOI-IN R. LIORTON, ,JOHN T. ff A I BRECHTL, MAIIION G. EICI-ILEV, NIIRIAM S. HIRVOL, ANNA E. A BRENNAN, ARTHUR, D. ELDRIDGE, PERRY C. HUESTAC1-IER, ORTON P. BRENT, CHARLES M. ELLIS, EMMA M. JACKSON, ANDREW , BRIM, W. ALFRED ELLSWORTH, ,JAMES E. JACOBS, EVERETT A. J" V BROWN. MALCOLN M. FAIRBAIRN, HELEN E. JACOBSON, JOSEPH V A BROWNSTEIN, .JOSEPH FAULDS, ANNABELLE J OSEPH, SYDNEY AQ-A I BUCKLIN, DOROTHY P. FERRIGNO, FRANK J. JUNG, IQATI-IERINE L. A35 J' CACCAMIN, JOSEPH G. FILINGER, RAYMOND G. JCIMBERLEY, BARBARA L. I CALKINS, MARC. G. FLINCHBAUGH, EVERETT LLKING, GERALDINE C. ,.., CAMPBELL, MARJORIE E. FORD, FRANCIS A. ICOPANKIEWICZ CARRIERA, JOHN L. FFOUNICK, FRANCES E. TKOZANVWSKI, HENRY N. 7 CARROLL, EDWARD T. GABHEY, JOHN T. ICRZYZYKOWSKI, JOHN B. CARROLL, MARION L. GANDER, ADELAIDE M. LARRISON, NORMA J. , CHARTERS, ANDREW J. GILLESPIE, DOROTHY LEONE, CHARLES R. CHEFITZ, BENJAMIN J . GILSON, VALESKA LEONE, GEORGE E. CHRISTIE, FRASER B. GOLDMAN, ICARL LEONE, RUSSELL S. 5, CIRRINCIONE, ANTHON GOODMAN, DOROTHY LESTER, GARRA L. CLARK, EDWIN S. GRAY, DONALD L. LEROY, EVELYN S. CLARK, IRVING T. GRIDLEY, NORMAN G. LITTLE, ,JOSEPHINE E. CLELAND, HELEN M. GRIFFITI-I, MARGARET E. LIVINGSTON, ALICE M. lggii COHEN, MARVIN S. GUILE, HARROLD W. LOCKIE, LOUIS M. COHEN, PIERSON L. GUILLAUME, EUGENE LONG, HARRY J . COHEN, VICTOR L. GULLO, CARMELA LORENZO, ANGELO J. COLLINS, JOHN J. Page UIIC lllllzfllwfcl Nilwly-llIl'L'c A I I ... u I I LOVERDE, ANTHONY MCALEER, CHARLOTTE MCGRATH, EARL J. MCLENNAN, STUART G. MACDONAI,D, MARION E. MADRIA, ANACLETO MAISEL, ANNA MAKELY, ADELBERT MAY, CHARLES E. MEYERS, FRANK MICIIEL, ARTHUR C. MILLER, N EVILLE F. NIINER, GEORGE N. JWISERENTINO, CHARLES MISIE,K, WILLIAM MOLS, EDITH P. MONTAGUE, HARRIET F . MONEY, DONALD R. MUTH, HELEN L. NAGE'l', HUBERT P. NAPLES, ANGELO NELDENGER, MARIE F. NEWDTAN, LUCY B. NORGATE, HELEN W. NORTIIROP, DENNIS E. 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The one constant thing about it is, the fact that any successes which have been attain- ed has been the result, just as it is today of tremendous sacrifice and elfortion the part of a few real men, who have had the interest of "Our Alma lVlatter7' and her activities ait heart. ' V Football was apparently the first organized sport to be started in 1894, there was organized a team of mediocre calibre. This team was beaten, so the story goes, by every high school in the city and surrounding territory. The idea of a football team was started in 1893, but, did not amount to anything, except creat- ed a small amount of interest. FIRST FOOTBALL TEAM Courtesy Dr. Irving R. Johnson Page Two Hundred Six -I e. ,,,tg,.,Nf.w ' r' 1 ' xi . .w,,,i, r i, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.-., " 'A 1 wi 1 -Ln elf i ef, 1 T 1-. 1 2-J 1 ,YJ .af 3. 4 ,.-, , -- fri '-51 1 ,,.,.-. ?i3l: - -1 L.. 4 f A 'I 1 iff: ,.- 'r l ,E L. 1.-- ., fA, lik A1'f 1 f'k, 1 2. . gs rw' 1 ',fl,lf,,f 1 it il' - llfi'fl' lfirgliil .1 u.- ill ,I 1 . Ulbavfilx A 'E-fi 1 1? ,", ll FOOTBALL SQUAD 15,1 W.:, l Courtesy of Dr. Irving R. Johnson liuiiil 1?-:ffgg ln 1894, there was a Football Athletic Association formed, which had Dr. james B. Croffs as President, Drs. Fred Busch Cnow deceasedj and Jacob Otto I, as Secretary and Treasurer. The football team was composed of Drs. James B. . gig A' Croffs, lrving Johnson, U. B. Stein, Donahue, William Potter, Guy McCutcheon, A Brendel,, Ayers, Boswell, St. John Green, Barnsdell, 4'Dinky" Johnson, Peterson, .-i. .A Metz, Lane, Granger and Hayes. This team practiced at Brownls Riding Academy lf on East North street and also at John's Riding Academy on East Utica street. i'li if 1 Dr. U. B. Stein was captain, T. C. Moore of New York city was manager. The ,555-'Q first game was played in the old baseball park in East Ferry street. K 'E' Captain Stein, remarked just recently that this team had the unique dis- ll It tinction of being very altruistic, alt always let the other team winfl This team j was a pioneer, who laid a real foundation, for about three or four years later, .1 we find the University of Buffalo Football Team had become one of the foremost in the country. IH the years 1898, 1899, 1900 and 1901, they lost one game each year or four games in four years. During these years, theytplayed Syracuse, Cor- ness, Union, Hamilton, Case, Western Reserve, Columbia, Rennssaeler Poly- l:Li:iT,j1: technic lnstitute, Duquene county, Athletic Club, All Buffalo, etc. After this period of success the teams began to retrogress because of the lack of support on E333 theFpart of both faculties and student body. There washa period from 1902 to 1910 when the University of Buffalo could boast of no football team. , 1'11i,',-I0 Two Hundred Seven ,...,., . i:,...-.,,.-,-... 'iff 1" .,, Y .1 no -"' ' ,.-,.-.::T, ,,-.e.--,. i .- ,,.., .l,.-,----l , .YNY W. . .A. , U-, , , "X 4777. -..vrmnmminv , , . V f H - H- if my 1 tu .A , 7 - 1, Q . . N f . ' 1.4--zu:-'m'l1'li' "W ' 7 ' . .V . . - ' " . 'vl-Twfw mul- 21. as s FOOTBALL TEAM 1894 Courtesy of Dr. U. B. Stein ln 1915 interest was again aroused and Frank lVlt. Pleasant, was engaged as a Coach and the team was a creditable one. From 1916 to 1921 Art Powell was Coach. During this period the year 1918 was probably the most notable, one due to the fact that the S. A. T. C. commander ordered the football candidates tof appear for practice at a certain hour, about three o'clock each afternoon, This resulted in a large squad and plenty of practice, and these things with one other thing, that of a competent coach, resulted in producing a very successful team. ln 1922 4'Dim" Batter-son was Coach, and in 1923 'fliml' Bond coached the squadg 1924 will see a new coach-6cRus" Carrick. Football was not the only athletic activity in the University of Buffalo, for in 1896 and 1897, due to the untiring efforts of Dr. Irving R. Johnson, we find a hockey team organized and schedule arranged and games played with the leading Canadian teams and it met with more than average success. Dr. Johnson was tl1e first hockey captain and Dr. J. B. Croffs was the manager. Other mem- bers were: Hall, Peck, Cursons, Camper, Young, Harvell, Parker, Diller, Couper and Phillips. This sport continued for a few years and then was abandoned for lack of interest and again revived in 1920 and 1921, and for the past three years has been considered a minor sport by the Athletic Association. Again, in 1899, We iind a new sport materalizing in a track team, which did it- self proud by winning a mile relay race at an indoor meet at the 74th Armory Page Two Humlrcd Eight Qi' W ' ' " X h?"'A"'gg""j1T-TZiTQ.Tl , ,N , ,ww 1, 1,1 'wf.w,pxii-5 t im . 11, Um, fg1a:1-gf Q ,1 Q15 :"',', ' J- , -' - "5 1 ' rc' .' .1 ' '11' 1" -1" '71 ' -' i . ,1, 11,11 A, - ,. 1 ,111 1 , . . 11 , 2,1 1111.1 ,11,,c.11H,11 1',1i',H1gf1.11 11 - 11 ,1.,1,1111,11'1 1 1"11.1.1: 1 ' " 111111, 111111 11-11' 11'11'1 11 1' 1 1 11l1 1 111.11 1111111 11, ,111 1 1.11, 111111111 1,1 -, ,. 1 Q11-1. ,.111111111.111111111111.1 111, 11,111.1 11,,,,'11q1+11.111-1111,.1,,. 1- ,151 1 1 111 11 1 11 1111 1 1 1 i' 1'11l11' 1' 11191 1 1'11,11111l '1i11l'U111"111d'11Q1l11 l ' 111.1111-, :-1:1 1'.11,111ti11! ' 1- . -, - 1 1 1 '11, ..1.::Q1y,LL..1111'1.,1!4,sc,141-1,11113::1i..,i::5', Fnzsr Hoclcar TEAM 1896-1897 Courtesy of Dr. Irving R. Johnson on March 3rd, 1900. The members of this team were: Peter McPherson, Wm. W. Carlton, G. McK. Hall, L. W. H. Gibbs, L. R. Burns, Cotton and Archeson. In 1915 and 1916 a relay team was again organized consisting of: Shaw, Al Dumke, Neil Carrick and Johnson. They held a relay race with Rochester at the 65th Armory and lost. In 1913 our relay team had a race with Syracuse and one with Hobart, we lost. In 1919 Ed. Mimmick was captain. They ran 4 or 5 meets and also entered the University of Pennsylvania Relay Carnival winning third place. In 1920 Ed. Mimmick was again Captain and a race was held with Niagara and University of Toronto. We won from Toronto and lost with Niagara. This team also entered the University of Pennsylvania Relay Carnival and again won third place. In the season of 1906 and 1907, we find records of a very successful basket- ball team. Basketball had been attempted somewhat in previous years but it waf during the above years that a team in basketball attracted some little attention. The schedule was Cornell-19, U. of B.-22g Niagara-9, U. of B.-36. These two games were played at home. - Page Two Hundred Nine . .1 x 1 -111-'i11'111r'1w77"""1521t":'-' 4'-A ' ,, H., pQ.31,m' W H711211512'-1-:YT--'w7TT2111VFT'T1T'L",'-Eff 1 . 1 F., V , , ,. ,,,,. A, . .,. 1 . 1. 1.1 1 I 13 E 3 11 11 1 1111 111' 11 1 AL 11 4gY:1QJ,34,1 Y, r ,gl1mLH,.Hq41g5Y,M Q 1- - 1 " ' K '- " , -few" 1 1 . , 11111 1131" i.n,.e11!1i11:i1L.1' 11.a.'Q:dfg,-'1' QELJ. 1 ' ' K-, X --.ii - v-A-,,-HA - . 'N , 1 1 1 ,gm Yi'i4f,1ifi7i77T77T"' G' " Tm ' - as 1--1 U' Nik ' f iw111:y?11ll.'. it A 'tt www M ,- fnw, Y. ., . ,-... ----W ..-..,.,.A,. V., . The out of two games were: Genesee Normal .............. . . 23 University of Buffalo . .. . . 37 26 29 19 20 Alfred University . . . . . . Dickinson College . . . . Bucknell ............ . . . 36 University of Buffalo . . . . . 11 09 University of Buffalo University of Buffalo ... .. 25 19 The Captain of this team was, J. Edward Cooney and W'illiani Hoofniun, DeWitt Bell were the other members. University of Buffalo .. .. University Bloomsburg Normal . . . . ' ' 27 1-larrisburg ........ ...... . ........ o f Buffalo .......,.... From 1907 to 1915-16 basketball around the University of Buffalo was slumbering peacefully. Since 1915-1916, our reputation in basketball has been maintained by our efhcient Coach, Art Powell, wl1o as the coach is all that is to be desired in every way. Baseball, is the one sport that seems to have been neglected in the Univer- sity, for we find 'Varsity Baseball Teams only in the year 1915 and 1916. They however, were very successful even though the sport only survived two years. Steinmaker was captain in 1915 and Burns captain in 1916. As has been said baseball has received the least attention of any sport that has been started.'fThere are several good reasons for this, first, the climate is very 'tardy here for an attempt as early spring practice and then to, final examinations begin earlier by two or three weeks than at other Universities, so that baseball would in- doubtly interfere with studies too much. ln the spring of 1923 there were several games of baseball arranged between the various departments a11d this idea at least can be fostered and given more support in the future. The first real Athletic Association was formed in the spring of 1899 and supported the three sports: football, hockey and track. The officers were: Dr. E. J. Meyer, Honorary President, and C. J. ,Jewell President, 'Wh Jessup, Vice-President, F. Haase, Jr. Secretary, Seth N. Thomas, Treasurer. Previous to this time the Athletic Association had been known as the Foot- ball Athletic Association. Students became members by paying a one dollar fee. As the gate receipts were not large, the finances were enchanced by holding theatre parties in the old Star Theatre. The house was bought out cheap and tickets resold. The performances were known as the Hoyt plays, These theatre parties were appreciated by the management for one year, as history goes, Mrs. Hoyt presented a silver loving cup to the Association as a token of appreciation. In 1915 early, the present University of Buffalo Athletic Association was started with an executive committee as the governing body. The executive com- mittee first official meeting was held on March 25th, 1915. Since that time the Athletic Association has been functioning continuously, there being changes made in the Constitution and By-laws from time to time. On March 28th, 1917, the athletic fee was raised to 310.00 and the executive Page Two f'luluIl'ed Ton "Qf'ff"' ",gTiY'r-" 'fi , 1 ' 1'-'Z 7 fi 1 . ' fx " i ' """"T" ' Y , , wi 11 if L 1 'K "N l ' ,Fw but ,W li " N I 1 1 " "T xi'-et' ' Q, . iw ..' ',- . 1 2" H ', ,,' 4 ,- " -. X 1: N., .2 ,Y if- J In w t-vsMIi1,,q,,'m.WA,.W, ,. 1 ,A 1 Q, .i .I va . W - :,.Lrf1lJ..,.., . shi.: 2 .,..A.LL,...',-... .A '.' Y f 4 '- 4 -9' 1 "1" v L -.a. ..r,-..,r.es 1 ...-.-Q -:isLilL2:4q,gv lead j?f'5l 3 .Ei JFSJH ,t.A,m - fx is .li 'J .U lt. QV ,,... ...Q l Qu ipfqi pri. iw V H 1 . 15. , -. 1Ul:.,'i w tl pdl lgf- '55 'Q. I.: 5.-wxfi . fi .X A ' . Qi " 1 ll .iz wi 2 'ii ...l 'LJ 'x Q me If.jf.1N J. l 7 i '-.gi 1-,Tl i 1 V Y I i ,J ft' L ,, L , , L ,fjk -l, . 7, I Z1 x L , ' y X ifllsil 1 if N T. 5 A X-fwfr i -f . !'lQ3f,'il.'5"-'E -fi' Mmilll- 'N l committee urged the Deans ol' the various departments to make the fee obliga- tory. It was not done. This request was again urged on January 28th, 1919, by the executive committee and it was done shortly afterwards. In the fall of 1919, and early in 1920 the Athletic Association revised this Constitution and By-laws and changed the title of the governing body from the executive com- mittee to the Athletic Council and this new body was to include four Alumni members, who were to be selected by the Federated Alumni Association. Dr. Harold johnson, Dr. George Voss, Charles Kennedy and Dr. Nelson W. Strohm, were the Alumni members elected at the annual banquet February 22, 1920. ln the fall of 1920, we began to use Rotary field, as our football gridiron, which was in terrible condition. The only preparation it received was a steam roller run over the large mounds of dirt. Since then a wonderful gridiron has been constructed, also, a club house and a basketball court, with living quarters above it, have been provided. Last year a section of permanent grand stand was erected which seats about 300 people. During the past year, football, basketball, swimming and hockey teams have been organized and supported, and at this time it looks very favorable for a track team. Last year our football candidates were given pre-season training by Coach Bond and trainer Jimmie Griffin on the lake shore at the Y. M. C. A. camp for two weeks previous to the opening of the University. This was never tried but, once before and that in the fall of 1921, when the candidates were gotten together about ten days before the college opening date and they were housed at the Menis Hotel and practiced at the uFrontw both attempts seemed to prove that the finish was a very good one. 1 Some of the men who were most prominent i11 athletics at the University of Buffalo from 1894 to 1902 are: Dr. Irving R. Johnson, Dr. James B. Croffs, Dr. U. B. Stein, Dr. Couper, Dr. B. T. Simpson, Dr. Robert DeCeu, Dr. Wm. Bott. From 1915 to the present, the men who have carried on are: Dr. George Wood- bury, Walter Ralph, Dr. Chester Cott, Professor William V. Irons, Willis G. Hickman. Dr. Nelson W. Strohm and last but not least, Coach Arthur Powell. Powell was a real pioneer in athletics during the year of 1915 and up to the present. Many times his coaching duties were the least of his work in athletics at the University of Buffalo. lt is hardly necessary to say anything about his coaching ability as students and Alumni knew it to be of the highest order. He always insists on gentlemanly athletes, who play a hard clean game. He is a credit to our University and to any sport. Page Two Hundred Eleven I 1 I I 1 I 1 4 I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I , . . . 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Strohm who devoted much tlme 111 collectmg f-Q1 11 ' I 1-. .. 1 W .5 ' . 11 these pictures and data. 7 1 1 -. -' ,i"If1f' T 111- 1 1 . .II 1 14 1 , -.I1 1 11 1 I Y ?:II JTEEI I 'LSI' 1 I 1,1 JYgI 1 1 -.-gg I 1 9 'CI I 5113 I I E1 QI I . 9313 ' ' - 'II ' I I 1 ' I I Ei? I I IIIIII-BI I I 1 1 I EI L .1 1151 1. JL 1 1 1yg1,QgI 1 L21 1511 ' I 7 I 1 11.151 f 53. , . Iii? I 1 I age Two Hunclrerl Twelve 1121 --5 1 . ' , 7 IQ?7 77 777777 77 T777 7 777 -A . ij -.-ew .. . .ha x -- . . - Q.. 5IfI11'11, wF'111: IIII11' 1111vPgf111g1m11s.i 1"'r?1gpfv1"'1if1 1.11 511- , Ig-1 'FaI'QI-ifTTITFI'-"'ffF""'--x,'fIfTFETF1'T"1"f31.11 L'I1IIII1111II'II111'II1I1f 1111 1 XII' tw 11.01 12 1 I1 111 1111 EI ..1-1111.1 .11-111111111113-I --wsf I .. , f I . - l -.4 x lie I W ' ' U To ' ' -A M S1 li 1 ll lbE'vf5l: l The Athletic Council President .... . . DR. NELSON W. STROHM A Vice-President . .. . .. DR. BURTON T. SIMPSON ' Secretary .... ........... S . M. BROWN FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE Medical-Dr. W. L. Machemer Q Pharmacy-Dr. A. B. Lemon H " Chemistry-Dr. W. V. Irons JL Dentistry-Dr. E. W1 Mimmack V'- Arts-Prof. C. M. Brown Law--Harry Willis -S J' ll Mil ,,-El. STUDENTS BODY Thomas J. Hayes Sam Vanin! Harold F. Meese MANAGER W, J. Blackburn REP. FROM THE BLOCK MBU CLUB li. ALUMNI l , U w James J. Allllnger Dr. Nelson W. Strohm i lg, 3 Morey Bartholomew MANAGERS OF THE MAJOR 5 I Dr. Lloyd E. Leland SPORT TEAMS lla! Q3 Dr. Burton T. Simpson Carlton Roberts Chester Wallace it-fi' ll. xii-lgy 'Y . Page Two Hundred Thirteen 'S A... fi S Wil OT 12 if-if ll E '.T. 73'FM35l3 . l Y A. Y Ma - W- ,,f ' ..-UW . 'GJ .-.WAY L , ' ...S F H ----45g1f,g+ - , - , ..,Y ,,..-. ,,..,,.- ..., .,,, ,-f - W. s- 1-.'r,a I. f, N' ' p, ' Amy. ,,.v,'1'1l W I 'W fall., - - " t -4 Y it af'-'l-'ml it yl!lliE"'l"'- L W UNH' 5 . . 1 . ., ,N ,,,.,,,X.. ,MXN i. - -- ' ,, V , ,H . , t.,1..el1, -,l1asfLllY4.L13,.: fl l- A DR. NEILSON W. STROHM For the pioneers who blazed the trail, endured the hardships, and suffered disappointment, when their efforts seemed at times to be of no avail, these paragraphs are written.-To the pioneer in the history of the University of Buffalo Athletics, who labored in the face of every possible discouragement, this article is dedicated. g Students familiar with U. B. athletics are of course well acquainted with the facts herein set forth but it is never amiss to bestow credit where credit is due. Then too, human memory is very short, so be it here recorded for future years when athletics at the University of B. shall have come into their own, that in their development and expansion, athletics owed an immense debt of gratitude to Dr. Nelson W. Strohm. . For years Dr. Strohm guided the athletic destinies of our university ably and well. Football and basketball were the only athletics in which U. B. partook when Dr. Strohm entered the office as President of the Athletic Council. At the present time the University is represented in the college-athletic world by, hockey, golf, swimming and track teams in addition to the original sports. This expansion of athletic endeavor is directly due to the consciencious and untiring efforts of Dr. Nelson VV. Strohm. Football and basketball are now flourishing. To one unfamiliar with the obstacle confronting all student activities at a uni- versity, the departments of which are widely scattered about a large city, at a university where late afternoon classes preclude afternoon practices, and at a university where funds were necessarily restricted, the conception of the diffi- culties surrounding these accomplishments must be lacking. Dr. Strohm has contributed much in personal services and devoted himself heart and soul to U. B. Athletics and to be more or less brasse' and forward we will emphatically state that he has given as much and more time to their con- cern than to his own personal interests in his chosen medical profession. Whether or not the University has been sufficiently grateful to Dr. Strohm for his efforts and accomplishments is a question the discussion of which, can- not occupy space in this annual record. However, it hardly need be said that the knowledge of years of faithful devotion and the unselfish service rendered in a worthy cause is reward enough for the man who had no ulterior purpose in rendering it. Page Two HLLllfil'f'll Fourteen "--- v, W 'f-" - ' , A-.4 ,N ...r W an . l w W ,,',, ' t .f Y Q., H! - Y "" '-?r"f""qa'1n1f- if . 4 eff' ..1,,,1'-,.,.Ls 1 f W my ali 'X w , , '.- w ' li a l w 1 Za , f ' , f ' 'M' -' 1 M, X .' - , , ,N W ' fx 1'-X- 1-Q -f-- M --,,..-,,,,-.- ' 1 A , - - ., , f ,-AJC f "'f . V' 1'7'T"I"TF'??"Tf1"K"'12'tilWWE'1f11'1'1'1e1P11"f11i1' VFW!-'I-:TW ' 1 1 1' ,L 171 1: .1 -gif' 111111.1111?11111E?f14'111111111111111Wfw1115151111E1H1H11H55 ,gi ' , ,', , I E rg ' " " dv -1 t 1 1 -Q ,.... .lily,Q11,11:1:s21p4,LQ.1."'1-"u.11-11fJ.Lyi.f111f, 11 :gig v' """' "1 1Qf3 WILLIAM J. BLACKBURN Hlanager Of Athletics 1 , , 1L 1 .41 1 AKEN . 13.211 1 2, if E 1 I 1531 1 1 1 V V Y V 7 1 1 ' i 7 1515? X i ,3.1:?2:q 1 Hia I 'ily Q 1 ' -:ii Vi, 1' 1 i3 1 11731- 1 1416551 1 1425 IQZ1 ifjig , li ,egg Iii? 1 , Egg , ! QE PT? i ffl fl I . ,,1 74344 ' M1321 TZEI1 'EES 1 133 1 I 1- - 1, a'-Q.. Hf fini? wiieeli ,' '1 1 1 ' f-:I 1 114,51 15:71 fl 3 i - A M2324 1 RUS CARRICK Football Coach 24-25 15 ,ff Q11 hifi 251,131 I3 ,gg 1, -fa 55 IL-3 JAMES BOND 151151 1-ggi Football Coach 23-24 1 Page Two Hundred Sixteen 1 1-'71 'fi' ff' , FAST? ' ff-T'T'T'f1"1"1"""41"fn 111i1Q'..l1',11'1111' '1 if1'1"1-11311 111- 1 11, ? - -r . , 9" 1151 1fSt1,y'11 1 111,2.1111EP:'1,11f1 111111 1.12-1, 1111 '1 f , 1 W 1 2'Mlwlihz'-16111Q3Hl1LM1M-1f.1L!!111''Ll Lu ', 1 2 iff 354 11111 3254 'C 451111 '11"1ll1'f""l'11""1"1M11W1'lf5x7wfWNl111111"Z!g2?1?WllNIW2115534511 - W niwlw- y rj 1 Y "1 ai H' l'j14,1.Lh1,il-1141I11,LLn1m.L-Qiilftf 11 " ,111-,11iLQL1, 1'1'Jm1ff.1 -K ,, ,.,-, -,,,,,,, , ,V .Y , , ,,, Y YV ,YA--VYAVvYvwYYw-is-gvv 1 1 ,111 11..-111 i""'--1'l1"1"W'T1 1' "1 . ,U MX111. W 1 1 11111lMN11 W K ,I M1! 1 1! 1 W vim, - 1111111-L . "11f1'.-.1 . 1 1.,g,1.1,1111 11 ., . -1 1 1 - 1,111 11, 1' 1 111-111 11 ' ' ' '!1'f11"N1v X 1 1 1 1 ,, 11 1111. 1111 1 Coach ... Manager Varsity Football H JAMES BOND . . . CHESTER WALLACE Lf Assistant Mana er , . 1 . . ARTI-IUR A. CROSS S 8 1 Ca min ................,... THOMAS J. HAYES P THE SQUAD A BURNS BROWNJOHN MORRIS CIMBRONE HARRIS HEDISHEIMER HAYES BRENNAN ICNAPP SCHRAFFRON GLEASON GENCO STRASSNER MAGAVERN NILES AILLINGER POTTER VANINI SANTMEYER ROSENGRANT GUGINO 1 1 GUINAN SEIGEL MUSCATO 111 WAI,I,ACE STRATTAN VAGGE V? SKIFF DAVIDSON METZ 'affix Pa e Two Hundred Seventeen 1 5 1 ,...,,,,,,,,A.., . -mn H .W ,,,, WV., .-,-.E,Y- , ,f-.,--.,k.,-.H,,, 1 iix'L,"VWWTi1Tg"7F71"F fI?j1j"f?j1fj?1lTC11',H f7'Y'1A7'71'fp-,ff 11 13 A QTWK 'S 51 13,1 '1T1fTQiT."W 5' 1 1 X li ii? 1- UE Kjglfiglf Q 2?M1g11Yi.LQfIQi1Eg " J1 1 '1 1 11! 1111 11x 11,4 CHESTER M. WYALLACE AR'l'H'UIi A. Cnoss Assistant Malzager 23 ' Assistant flfgr. 24 Manager 24 Manager 25 After having passed thru the most delicate and weak stages incident to the development of its possibilities, football, as a major sport in the circle of U.B. athletics, is destined to be a notable attribute to the Greater University. While the primitive efforts in this line were fraught with many discouraging phases and replete with failures,-that is, if scores can be any criterion of such, our gridiron representatives made their mark this year as that of determination and effort. Much of this resultant development is to be credited to the staunch work of the Athletic Council for the ever-increasing and constantly improving facil- ities. Rotary Field is second to none as an ideal football fieldg the clubhouse lacks nothing to make it the most up-to-date and nothing has been spared to gain one of the best coaches in this line for our pigskin warriors. The summer campf- a new idea this year, brought out twice as many aspirants as the previous year. Here these were hardened and trained and each gave an honorable record of himself. Page Two Hundred Eighlvvu .. .,.V.l'.' I' 'r """4"' nr' .. . ' ' ' M- , - H za , H - www, 1,-in l ' W 2' " Wi it f- ffm 'N vw Wfwwfr. ,wit-,rim f' l l " ' l Q xl l I ' v l lx: pt N lil. l,Ulll.lll'g'tf. 'LM :"iLL,' ,H . , 'l,- 3-if 93 V 'iff .':,':'.1 V ,lui ' SUMMER TRAINING CAMP - BUFFALO 40-ROCHESTER OPTOMETRY O Bond's U. B. gridmen opened the season with this crushing victory. Perfect attacks and well nigh inipregnahle defense were outstanding features of this participation. Magavern, Metz and Vannini, more than once by their stellar plays reflected their- hard and well learned training. BUFFALO 0-THEIL 29 - , This was on off day for the HBulls". In spite of the repeated efforts of Knapp and Metz, stars of this event, the strong and powerful offense and de- fense of the Blue and Wliites ended by bowing to Thiel. ' BUFFALU 6--ALFRED 16 One had period spoilt U. Bfs good start. Alfred made all her points in the finishing -period of this game. 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There was real fighting spirit dominating all thru this game. Commendable offiiciating, snapy style and a fast game were more than outstanding features of this skirmish. BUFFALO 7-HAMILTON 6 This point victory was the result of a hard-fought, strenuous battle. In spite of the so-called fisticuff battle the irrestible attack of the Blue and White pig- skin chasers were responsible for putting the heavier side of the score under our name. Knapp played many features throughout this game. BUFFALO 0-HOBART 7 By one touchdown, Bond's men lost this Geneva battle. Knapp and Ailinger repeatedly came to the front in this game and Vagge and Davidson completely annihilated the Hobart attack in the last period of the game. BUFFALO 6-ROCHESTER 7 Featuring bad breaks resulted in the jolt and upset of the season as the Flower City gridmen tallied over the Blue and VVhites. The uBulls'7 led the pace in the early stages of the game but the jinx played havoc with our ideals. BUFFALO 0-HOLY CROSS 37 With the field a minature lake and a steady rain all thru the game both teams resorted to straight football and so the heavier team had the advantage,- such was the honor of Holy Cross. Repeated fumbles of the heavy mud-covered, slippery ball prevented the 'GBulls', from scoring. E f 1 s 1 .,.. 1 3335 1 .1 -Q1--: 1 'fl' 4 " .I' V ' .' . ' x " wT,i -"' i .ar V A sg, ' fP,"'.y,v, we X A VV 1 gg 1 Q . - - H . 'X tw 1 - m e 1' ' . . 'V u Q, t. Qf,'fi1f"'a'X' 'P T rbi 5115-11a2V1z11Vzf1.V .. -'V-:Vs ,: wa:-s:+s:.z-, er- . .-as-r - as -. Q V- Xa .V :s ef -- 2.11 f. VV .sc ....-wav. 4.as.2a11,:-1e:a:1:1:'1 -- W Pigs, - .9 tsgsgs gzing: f :,f,,..sZfi-.HV V'-f1g.1,1:.-V v':.:1- 11:-I-fl. 2:12-E-511252-1"fP1' ,... - .."':2:-14' Ji. " ' HK .-is .VF-'11 'U.-if" 'e ' 1 1' :Q ' 'ir' 5.51" 7: we B-3 1 f - '-i:iLeZ-5"':7ZZCiiilit'-I:Z'5"-3 V- lE:'f3bd2"'-'4 " 54"-R 73 " " .'7 7 'ZR-T"1-' - .- 1 C-'im V' ' ' -N: 7' "Q . . 'V'C??'fw -iw-:1fs:i1..,-1V.. a--- Q-af . .:. 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Varsity Organizations One of the most encouraging indications of the slow but sure expansion of the University of Buffalo Athletics has been the formation of the Block MBT' Club, composed of the wearers of the University major block letter. The chief aim in the formation of this new but promising body was lo effect a more com- plete unihcation of U.-B. Athletics, both student and alumni. As outlined by President james Ailinger, who received this honor at the initial meeting, the Club intends to foster in an effective concerted way, the formation of any new athletics at the University as well as encourage as much as possible the successful prosecution of those already establihed. ln part address at the occasion of the club's first meeting, Jimmy outlined the whole idea and plan of the club lllld his words speak well of its high ideals. ln part, President Ailinger said: Wfo us is given this privilege of being the first to establish an association of wearers of the 'GB5' at the University of Buffalo. It is for us to see that this unprecedented amalgamation of active, loyal participants in U.-B. athletics will not prove an idle fallacy, but will rise beyond the heights of usefulness and service which we have set for it. Vife have assumed for our- selves the tasks of pioneer, with nothing but theory and intention to guide our way, but with tl1e cooperation and pirit with which this plan has been taken hold of, it is safe to predict that our project will be successfully launched at the University. ' This spirit is one well worthy of congratulation and the instigation of this project marks a new era in the University of Buffalo athletics. lt is a complete satisfying indication of the comparative strength and growth of our athletic activities. The club gives promise of a good deal of effective and constructive assistance toward the success of all future university activities and marks, in addition, a new spirit of co-operation and effort among those most active and interested in the progress of University affairs. i , ,Ei V , :wig-i ,, -1? miwtiiii ilxeghwf ' it HUM-I V - - V 2 Igiifff. 3 ,,' 4 Ll 1 i , ,W "iii , 1 + Qin 1 ILHQE I v gr , ggi in ' , X N' Q ye, l -, .Hi t- ,i Ai Y A-L W , i WI! iii if 12 fi pil if 'xl ff5'L?:i 1' i- ffl ii .3515 tfii ing, , if iff i N E s 5 V V' i fs, 1, X li,,.f,, li. Ji, l I. -'.V. 'T ii i' ,wig X , I , Q 1 1 '-tvgg , 1 iii 1:1 l 1 , liijl i l3l'li,.I L!-sf if i ig t."'et l lx gl- 'iE'f?l 1 i Page Two Hundred Twenty-bite -.lL.----W.-F-.,.T,-.,,.,, ,,,., . , , A .E K' .ii Eafcm fs-fa?---f-11 ff-fs--V ' f w'ff'g,:iiZmy1ii'g,2s,:,g5,Lg.'Ii1flU liilifllih:fQQg,i1,1i!Iiii'tg1,'Qi2itlli'5iili'l,QQ,L3 A N. Cary , . E'1V1f'l'L!,1illiU' Haag, 'ii 1. 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' .7:1I525I'I51:h1:3:I.f2"f .t2'2f:51'.-'i:".I'."Z.-7:1'- " NAR 17 . -fa: " ' . f 1 if :"a-:1.:1 3 r ' .f,.54Sj5st- - str, - Ml '51 i'Z 's: aw- A--' W I1-5? If- if ' " 1.1! , . i .. AI . 1 . tl " .. . Q ' "" . 1 A 1 y .1 1' 'N ' za: -' N., - zsssmg , f9'.r-f:- ' ' L., ,I li CARLTON ROBERTS ART POWELL SAM VANINI if Wlanager 24 Coach Captain. '1 . , . Basketball -A L .. 1 The University of Buffalo under the skillful guidance and training of Coach ' Art Powell in the past few years has turned out some splendid combinations and this year has been no exception to the rest. The initial sway of basketball be- gan when Art entered his uBisons" in the HYM League-this was practically last year's Freshman and was entered for the sole reason of gaining experience and bring it up to par with the Varsity quintet. Due to this arrangement Basketball was found to be in full sway a month earlier than previous years. About Nov. 1 thirty aspirants were reporting regularly for the Varsity aggregation and nine- teen men were showing zeal and eagerness to gain a position on the Freshman representation. The gratifying status of the finances of the Athletic Associa- tion is directly due to the efforts of the Graduate Manager Blackburn. Thru his careful management of finances a purchase of fifteen new varsity uniforms was made and it is safe to state that our Blue and Wlhite quintet were one of the best equipped that were seen on any of the courts this season. However, as Powell's proteges resumed their scholastic work many of them found it impos- sible to take care of this and Basketball and at the same time to earn honors along the lille of the then present sport football so that finally Art was left with a nucleus of 6 letter-men around which he must build a team to face the strong Manager Roberts had planned. It must therefore Aillinger, Vanini, Vlfeiser, Farris and Seigel were year's successful team was built upon. season by this descisive and overwhelming vic- and wonderful schedule that be justly stated that Cantor, the only foundation that this With the closing of the l . .I ggi! 1 D 1 tory Powell's aggregation closed a well earned successful season. It is truthfully said that in spite of their many handicaps they had fought hard and consistent- ly in the well selected schedule Manager MSkipper,' Roberts had prepared for them, as it was one of the toughest programs ever attempted by any Blue and White quintet. Mr. Roberts is to be commended on his excellent work for the 'i manner in which he carried out all matters pertaining to this sport. '-. Too great stress cannot be laid on the credit that is due Art Powell. Against all odds he stood staunchly behind the men-continually working to bring out all Q' T' the good points in the boys. Page Two Hundred Twenty-four 7 i V it TM ii'i 'T' iit' T .ef-7 . I . s v 4 l,..R.. ------ - - V ----- M.--Y ............ N . . , -. iii- I .U l I 4 .' 14 .hw T522 , ' if l IL' H gf'fjqi.1151.3ll1Mi!.Q53.ifj1.lg1ii lffLQ MQ11-'35.QNjff2il2gf?f1Q-:K ffi ax 'WW.-jQg',3g ,, gg.:5Ug15wj.iim55my q15g.g1ggY15g.igmigf .1 if-fa'-akifllfP1139-EJfiEiff+Hfle'sl1lil -- 1' h-'-jji' U r l F, 1 5 Varsity Basketball l Coach , . . . . . ....... ART POWELL f fllanager .. CARLTON ROBERTS Captain . .. ..................... SAM V'ININI a T. THE SQUAD Q AILLINOER J. POTTER A. 1 l POTTER W. CANTOR R. I R013ER'1'S C. ROBINSON J. WIIZISER H. BERLOVE L. q FARRIS L. SEIGEL S. PURPLE D. VANINI S. .. CULP E. GUGINO I - V THE SCHEDULE lgyfffl Buffalo 24-Hobart 21 Q Buffalo 31--Hobart 1,7 Buffalo 17-Colgate 24 ' Buffalo 30--Colgate 31 ls gl Buffalo 29-Lafayette 21 Buffalo 18--Rochester 34 gl lg' Buffalo 35-Alumni 13 Buffalo 23-Rochester 29 Buffalo 40-Mechanics 0 Buffalo 27-R. P. 1. 30 .5 Buffalo 31--Toronto 23 Buffalo 27--Oberlin 1' Buffalo 26--Cornell 30 ll rv:-Ljgl i is Page Two Hundred fl'wcnLy-Hue 'fl 'wi 'B 'TF lf '1.Lf'mQf?' BTlffsfhPwr-avwffff wil? w 1 'AN , 2 X i M13-, , ,X X J-:uf Q ' if CEF"g,..e, i jg' I, . fe, Jfilq' ,-, ..'...L.'.Q1.f.i--L.-l -Q-.Q--Ll!-Q ' 1 i GTK? iii-il vb X' CFP! ii 'Z r-1-' fi-if ,Wil 3!flLll'iQE..QQLlfllf:-'l'vf'5fi'31lll me 7.7.7. -. if Y , ,, mmY-,, .-,-ec . --mi-vm.. 4. ,... .- ,, gg 155225 igf'iQl fi' l eff 1 i ? 2 - f , 4--- .i 2-z., -.e-1-eg-'-r-1-ff S? in '.gi 9 4" Fl,2E2E,Z2l"- 0 55,21 -' ' ,v.:-:-swyf-1 H, af--. :4 - .- M X 4' .N ' 0. 0 "f f 0 3 fa? , . .Y f HAROLD TROSSET I+'RosH MANAGER Freshman Basketball The freshman basketball team of 1923-1924, although unable to win the majority of their games, made a creditable showing in the face of a rather vigor- ous schedule. The caliber of their opponents was much higher than that of opposing quintets in the previous years. The Frosh team also participated in two out-of-town games, both being with class competitors, namely Syracuse and Rochester, who were represented by several all-state selectives. Although our embryonic basketeers lost both games, they fought a sterling hard game to the final whistle. This is the first year that our future hopes of court supremacy have participated in any games abroad, and much credit is due to Manager Trosett in the splendid way in which he carried out the duties entrusted to him. Under the splendid coaching of Art Powell, several of the first yearls men have and threaten to make more than a goal, the Varsity Quintet. The team was comprised of Capt. Schraffron, who played a good Hoor game developed into prospective varsity material mark for themselves when they reach their consistently, both at forward and at guard, Ferringo, the diminutive forward whose scoring caused much trouble to the opposing guardsg Gabby, who played a sparkling game thruout the season at the tip-off position, Guillaume, who with his running mate, Lewis, played to brilliance in the guards' berths, holding their opponents to very few baskets from the Held. Liberman, Starret and Cuddney were always ready when called on in the pinches, and all performed creditably when called upon. It is pleasingly marked that these boys will show up great form when they return to us again. 45,1 I ir ' ij! . , L if . .4'5i'PQ l il?" 25 xl: . -2 L " it bmi . f A sf 1 l jf, - -,Q 1 has ,-I U "il H gf. IRE. Page Two Hundred Twenty-six 4 twQmWWqmmwKmmmmw+Mif3w , qs , ' .':i'nniuTfifWfNQ . i .. 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Y . .7777 -. A 7 , K .-.777 7,7 .-77.7.7...77.777...... .. sa..- L s. 1 , 1-, 527' E7.. 553 Inter-Fraternity Basketball 371: . E551 Sponsored by Dr. Nelson YV. Strohm, and fittingly managed thru the un- 'gf' selfish efforts of Dr. Edward Mimmack, this idea of inter-fraternity competition 7 took a firm hold in U.-B. athletic circles, in its first year, and by reason of a good deal of co-operation and spirit, became a success from its very first instaila- tion. To top this all, and to linally assure the dubious of the real stability of this venture, came the offer of Art Powell, U.-Bfs premier mentor, to donate a cup to be presented to the successful quintet of the league. Vvith an incentive B74 of this kind before them, the various fraternal teams entered the race with ,- great enfhusiasm and vigor and this to a large extent, was responsible for the hugh success of the venture. One of the most gratifying sidelights brought about by this League was thc if actual demonstration of true University spirit as displayed by Art in his presenta- :Psi tion of the handsome trophy to Kappa Nu fraternity, who captured it this year. Not only is this splendid generosity a gratifying token of Coach Powell's esteem of University activities, but it is a concrete example of the spirit and unselfishness which the Blue and 'White coach plunged himself into U.-B. athletic activities. lt was also a renewal of Eddie's faith and spirit in his Alma Mater--for the spirit of fight and go as he was when he was in school himself. -1'- e The inter-fraternity trophy will become a lofty goal for future contestants iii and in addition will remain a splendid and appreciated token of esteem and jfs interest of Art Powell in our activities. Permanent possession of this trophy will result from three years' supremacy in the Inter-Fraternity League. Mean- while, the successful contender keeps temporary possession of the pewter until iff. the next season's victor lays claim to it. Undoubtedly this league has been a positive success at the University of Buffalo and with growth and beneficial experience, it will become one of the 'ii biggest and most appreciated athletic institutions of the University. ii A generous spirit of optimism is doing much to further the efforts of the founders of this sorely needed association. ii Q l?l 1 Page Two Hundred Twcnly-cigI1L ,ti'i':.i.." if - f-"YH-Y '-7' ""'QT' 7 Z,f?',.777.-777.7?--.77-77.----wLg?'x , ,,, ,,,. . fx - . i If " N TT' i - A , ,MA ,, , ,Ip -M , , XL, .. 1 .7 X . , 1 H NNN ' 'gn i E., , N ,. l. . , ,Jw 57,5 , ., ft N 1 , .asf 311' w :Eg Vfif' 4 M il i5ivgQj,Mi gma,15,,smL?l-gggjgg-page 157 ,Q-l, ,LE , ,Eh -5 lit, Ellggw Yi TJ. M 141 11 1,1 '11 -f 11,111 1111. 1, lv 211111 , X1 1 1-1, 1 1 111 xlllll l l 1 1 1 l ' 1 1 1 1 H l llllll ll 4 W 15 ill .M 1. 1 Kappa Nu Basketball Team Winners Of Powell Trophy THE SQUAD 3' M.ARVE BLOCK JACK IQULOWSKI 1 SAM SONNABEND AL MORRIS JOE ROSENBERC . - - MILT KAHN MARVE ISRAEL EMIL SLERNBERO 11 OI, -I DR. EDWARD MIMMACK Promoter of Inter-fraternity Basketball 1, if . Page Two Hundred Twenty-nme ll YW, ,a, -Y , ,, ,TlT-+7 Y,v...,...Y,,,,-,..--.g 'T .iw . , W N11 'V' , 11 1- 1 1-., 1,1111 1"- .,- ' , -,ff-1. - 1 Wlllmllllll 'X '4'.11'11.11 -N11.. 1 1" 111-w:11,51 'w1f,1.11l1X f A-:ff -1 mf -1,3 - - 1 11,,1,-,'a,11'1w 1 1 '11l1!l11 .1g.tfF.41 v1111,i' R1:.,.,,.1,..11,1 1:13 I 1,11 51jf5...!1 11,1 L11 1 ,g .wt . .5,, 4143 , ,V -1 1, 5 , 1 VM ,1 11. . Y 1, 11 11 3 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' QdlaflfllalllwEilliilmffl-WSUfMQgfE25l1lfsfll lf 'l Q Piggg 4 1 O.-5513 pffaghe we ll -----+T-.-,,.--, , , ,"'X , , .. Q31 5 illwm. , , , jf f , Q 1.151 111.11 twszlg1ll1l11t'1 U1-Q-.-1151gujtllwttl-' 11 1 -42 qs- 1 ' ., '52 11 ,QM " 'A 'I "' "M" ' Mu rt W' -' vm" --ref 2545 HSE 1lfE2il ili,Qi'?l lligiigi ll--355 ii-E1 SWIMMING TEAM The 1923-1924 season witnessed for the .first time in the history of Univer- sity of Buffalo athletics, the successful installation of a swimming team. Soon after the opening of school in 1923, a group of fellows headed by Daniel Sandler of the Law School, petitioned the Athletic Association for per- mission and finances with which to organize and keep Uoinff a swimming team U U7 at the University. To this, the S. A. C. was only too willing to concede, so that the first call for candidates was made with the definite prospect of a tangible, recognized organization. 'ilii 4'i' kms: ,. 'f ' 1- 11 9.5. 1 ..,. s. . 1 1 Q vmfgms X -M. 5 ,S I 4, Y A SA ,Y4 , far' , N Ii., sg . , Q, Q - ' x Ziyi' 1 .Lg W Q N fff"'JN'Q, V 1 1 af .. 1 . 1 ' x2'iR z ,AW ,Q 5? ,f ga 5, A Q M ff , egg . g if ,, gf, J , V, if 4 f st I, ,f A l9AN Sfawnigsli Manager 1 . Witli Dan Sandler appointed manager, Howie Dennee elected captain, and Johnny Sterns acting as coach, the team went off to a fiying start. Practice was held at the Y. M. C. A. pool at first through the courtesy of the Y. M. C. A. officials, hut soon afterwards, the S. A. C. authorized the purchase of Y. M. C. A. membership for all can- didates, in order that practice might be faciliated without fric- tion. The first meet of the Blue and White acquarians was an invitation meet for local enthusiasts at the Y. Page Two Hzuzclrcd Thirty mllgdlxk E-.11 11 . . 1 N1 ln 11 A 1 1112.1 1.- 1, Joim S'rE.uiNs Coach '5Y:.QJ5fl 'Wifi f ff ---f-1 1 ,, --, A -gf xl Ig-if ' Ii' Q 1 'ffli ' F53 xtfppljg 1 1 - E-ig f fa 1 st ite? ' 'Q mise: I 1 lf il 1,12 ,tire-1 ,.. -f .J 1555543 1 jggig 1L'f-fl: 1 " Heil I I 53? 3379 5257.91 9 49532 123 23 l E255 4 I H3' 1 H5522 4: 1? 1 1 fill: l .5 f I 1 12 l E53 FTE! . ' ! 1 1 2 . 5 , ..-- , 4 YAY, YkuA44,,-,,,,- 1 W V- ' ' ' K ,. 11:9 E7P'1Qidj1T-'y-3-Ttwlri "'7?'TfWT'71'r1fPv"'1ff'FT1"-Ti' " 1 ' HQ -1 g ffm T514 1 1'-31, 1 , . rv-,:,g11+1'.11111.'1,! H11-1f"1 qw '- . 2.3 .. .gg gr. gil 1f,,115j..1,N' "1 X. fu, .111f1 11 11'1 1!1'1f1, 11111111111ll1L 'jf f-13l11ew'111A 11 1 1 1'- 1 1 1 1 w 1 11," " l' 1 1 1 1. .4 1 1 l W 1 W 'W '1 I 1 1 ly e 'L i 1 if 3 - 121- A1 Figffiil 1 Warm: CHAMPS Meets were arranged with Alleghany College and Syracuse University, in which the blue and white were very successful. ' Without any doubt, considering that this was the tea1n's initial year at the University, the U. B. swimming organization enjoyed the best of success in its efforts to establish, and put out in Working order, a varsity squad. Great credit must be given these pioneers for the success of their efforts. Particular appreciation must he made of the work of Charley Herrick and ,lack Malcolm of the Y. M. C. A. physical department, who did much to further the fortunes of the U. B. Appreciated also is the volunteer coaching efforts of Johnny Sterns and Leon Burda, who gave up much of their time and energy to give the Blue Hlld 'White the benefit of their fine coaching efforts, Page Two Hundred Thirty-one 41:1 Lx?-ii Z7 -47, W vw W YYW ,,1 , X, 1-,-A-,, -,-.... ,, ln ,H ,,,,, , ,.,,,,7 , serif? ' " " ' "" ' c 'r"'cr YY ef ,Vi.,k,11.1M- , A 11 xt 1, 1 X 1 7, ,1 1, 11,1,,,.,--1f.:,l11:1 11 5'5"-'1'i1Z7ll ' ff ff Y,-3.-11' .- ,, ,g QWX '1 1 ' 1,-11a-'-'11, LM.35.'I?1UMiLsm?iLw121ilulfw "L, 1- iff - ffl -. , 1111 ,.411q:l1L-L...,u-,. mf U . f . . I M... ....,Y. nam.. .,,,,,,.,,w, -Ning, - - - -' X ' 3. . q "Uli.ljG'lTq"""lll.1'l'fll'l'j"'vl'rl'1'i'-E'l?flfl:71 H . L . '- , 4 -,If , 2" 'M 1, liv'T"x??57lim',ll'llflE?'iii"5f1N1'!ig,h23NWPtiiliifil " 4, , M 'AY i -Q ,,,Q-Wim V, , - " 5' ,. vgilmfs-.:, 1.1 gil w ?1!,'.gJLlr2h1uI.t1.Uy'Li',11,".1flsL1l.??.iUM 5 J K EBM 'UVA 'N' LQQQQ I 'pi i Ti'-55:53 1 i 492' 1 - V A ll as .-1 l fl' . fa .ff-. 1-+ww:fi.:-.11 .--1111.943 :sv-Hs' 'J . 2 5.1-2? ' g 1 eggs y . ...wa- N . '-. ,,' "ef, ' . 1 '7'::555:""i5". .5511 'LIS' L I '.-J.. Fi. 1 1 qt 1. V :gw-:'n.,wr 2---1 5- :. ,:1,.a.:.,:g : if .-,- i l . 4 P l 1 f- ,U 1 wr .i ' A. M. Zisssn E. M. FARRIS l il . 4 fr.-J lllanager 24 .Manager f, f ,-. t lg r N Publicity 3 Closely connected with the athletic activities of the University, has been the work of Alfred M. Zisser as Publicity Director of the University of Buffalo AJ '55 succeeding E. M. Farris who had previously carried on this Work. Isl '-'- 521 As the head of the Publicity Bureau of the U. B. Athletic Association, Mr. Zisser had exclusive charge of the problem of distributing to the daily press the . f1'j! proper amount of publicity with which to herald the contests of Blueand White .4 ,, athletic organizations. 111- Mr. Zisser .was appointed by Graduate Manager W. J. Blackburn, and Dr. 1' r 5,5 Nelson W. Strohm as the successor of Mr. Emil Farris, who last year, was the .f-:fi ids-,fl , xp first man in the history of the University to so take charge of, and systematical- , .lzs -gi ly distribute the publicity announcements and Writeups concerning U. B. athletic 5 M organizations. H ,l Q1 Instrumental in selecting the present director, was his meritorious work as Q gil sport editor of the 6'Bee," as well as his close connection with University of p Qi Buffalo athletic activities. ' , af.. , n 'Tji Mr. Zisser,s work this year has been an intregal part of U. B. athletic yt. . prominence, and his efforts to do justice to this hard task of preparing and V is "'l I distributing publicity material are appreciated realities of the confidence the 11: fel S. A. C. placed in him in naming him as the man for the position. , ff . , ., 3 if X Q1 l l- . ii Lx BBQ' l I ,jiri ,mfg w l l l Page Two Hundred Thirty-Lw0 ..,,, Y ,,., Y ,WY ,.,,, ,, ,, - ,M ,-N .EYWJ .,.,,, , , . ,..-A. Av l WY, H- , Y X' '. PL- if-1 "- f- "" '. -S W-'W -. 1:----'vm ETS?--++sf' it 2 fi 4- , 4 Qi i' fr Q., 5 f t ,i , gg .: .W ,ilk N. ' .. V1 - " ' ": R-gl ' 14 "'1f"4vH,"'-l..1k' '-Ki f.lEg'i'T, ' -31 'XE 1 1' Q L..4.,.1,g1,Eif.Qii' .l3.'ll..l'il.li'!l.EEL"55l in IRLS THLETI 9 D - 1 vig? T . 1 'Tffgg 3 1 V I. s' ' -'Q - .i- r I 7 V -.- f. -, , lf-, .1 ' ..." J- -as-L-.-,l.. Q., ., W. i l L ff l I ,. , An.. ,Aw -,Q ,N J Q, 1 Q .. ,K 3 7,3 i. ya., f-- M- - v- .-- YY , Y ,Y ,- , ,va-g , Y. iivv v--A Dolzori-11' DAY M Ami-IA DmscoLL President Vice-Pres. ANNABELLE FAULDs , Q EVELYN TTARRIS Secretary G11'lS, Athletlil ASS,H Second Vice-Pres. The Wome11's Athletic Association was founded in the fall of 1922 just be- fore the University moved to the campus. At a meeting of all the women stu- dents called by Dean MacDonald, the idea of organized athletic activity took shape and officers were elected to guide the first efforts of women undergraduates in building up interest in and opportunity for women's athletics at U. B. Chair- men for various activities were chosen and these leaders together with the Association officers formed the governing council of the organization. A consti- tution was adopted and regular monthly meetings were held to direct the activ- ities. The difliculties arising from lack of equipment and of time available for members of the various schools to work together, were sufficiently overcome to grant the girls considerable organized activity. The first president of the Asso- ciation, Viola C. Hultin, 723, gave capable and untiring effort to tl1e develop- ment of athletics and is still giving interest and assistance, although a graduate. Her presidential efforts were rewarded by loyal support of many of the girls who have not been encouraged by the incentive of University recognition of individual achievement. The year 1923-24 has brought some degree of advancement i11 organization and student participation. Of greatest importance to the athletic life of women students is Mrs. Charles B. Lee who has charge of the gymnasium work of the girls and coaches the Womeifs Athletic Association basketball. Another achieve- ment of the year is the adoption of a point system of awards, by which partici- pants in the various activities will receive points for their work and with the winning of 600 points will be awarded a University letter HB". The availability of the gymnasium has been of great value to the girls this year. Sport leaders have worked hard to build up their own activities and have succeeded to a nota- ble extent. Considerable encouragement for the future of the WOIUSHVS Athletic Association rests upon the fact that this yearis entering class in the College of' Arts and Sciences includes many experienced athletic enthusiasts.. Page Two Hundred Thirty-four Hwy' N -1 L '- il"! Q-0 VUE .57- . it .- , , .. , F , 'QAM l 11, I I Cam l l BASKETBALL TEAM Women's Athletic Association BASKET BALL LOUISE MARTAN, Nlanager Throughout the winter months basketball practice has been carried on at Rotary Field gymnasium under the guidance of Mrs. Lee as coach. Monday and Thursday afternoons have been devoted to this sport and many former high school basketeers as well as a considerable number of inexperienced players tried out for the teanis. BASEBALL MARION CUPLON, Manager The universal interest in baseball which inevitably accompanies the arrival of spring is reflected in the U. B. girls. The campus-dwellers are especially for- tunate in being able to play in some convenient spot on the campus. It is hoped that with the increasing number of women students in the University greater proficiency will develop in this sport. 1 r A1 v E l .1 V1 .I in .4 'w l ' 2:1 if J "1 l Til . -1 -. c " 3 T -A T .21 I : 135 ffl L,.T1'5 ,w .V gl . ,erin 1 -j fi 51 fer 4 ' il .3 251 . ..1x',,fi - zrrl - 4 Page Two Hunclrecl Thirty.fi've 12QrQ.1l rg- . o , M, , .-N ,Anon 1 . iie. . ,,,, .f?'A . '1 1 J J. . so '15 , , ff H! U , I ,L...i-..w1'-x-f"if1 rf I F 'lsllllll ill-.fo Lrg N,-fi::'w'v ., ls.. sz-V. A .w - - " . -5 .. .M fs ', H + wg 3 851111, ,, 1 Hx' Q2'l2'l" 1 '- '-f:1"""i'st-'l,Wl"7':w.-5 Lf e 5 sf Q - 432 if + is r py'2,.:: ...vat f 2 wL'ifiu73l'1l'Ee'z"fl .M,e.9."1wwfYE f A , . ' - 1.3255-2,1 A ' , rr T I iii I-,fl V ,,., X, .11 1 12 7.7 f - '- N - -' C I ' ' ,r 1 i -in ' 1-,'H:1,4 f if ' '4 j Y ' I -' KK X ' 3' Aff" L '1 - v 4' Yli"U.' -:-,g ,,,, , ,Q.,..L-' lp.,-..l!Qlwi5lJL.:-f1.J, X Sw1MM1Nc TEAM SWIMMING WINIFRED BE YER, Manager The girls of the University have had the privilege of swimming this winter on Wednesday evenings in the Lafayette High School pool with Miss Helen Blackman as instructor. The following virls were entered for the second U ta team tryouts which will give them iifty points: ANNETTE ARONSON MAIIION DARLINO CHAm.OT'rE MCALEER VVINIFRED BEYER EMMA ELLIS HELEN OEHLER DOROTHY BUCKLIN ROSE JAFFE FANNIE ROLL TENNIS MILDRED YVHEATON, Manager A Before this year there has been little enthusiasm for tennis, and attempts to hold tournaments have been rather unsuccessful. All of this was due mainly to the fact that it was necessary to use city courts. This year we have had a decided advantage in that courts on the campus have been available for use. Hereafter tournaments will be held each spring and fall under the auspices Of the WODISIIQS Athletic Association. Page Two Hundred Thirty-six awww e l .2-. Qi 'V 1 'u jx M w v L , Wg --54 .1 11 ' it-vii it 4 U 2,1 :ill J ll ll- ,A A b 'Qkgll , qt N M 'i as-L to ,l' 4 ,git ,M l fl? fl' PM i e all gil reall? iliil .2 5 ,1 EQ M75 V55 93 w L" lf- T--,. N igyfifgfi E2 le 2 , .fff 1 - '54 f- .AJ -L -It fi? , RW 'pw J U,115lm:l'k:"lMlNl,Q,WNW' :HW gg'11j1l,,, .LW L my I . P- v 1 ' I I As..1 , .1l'1'.1,1'i+,H,yyI1!:i fWiM'15.N 31,1,lmiwig,i,MsyJWM W l wlwwlll ' M' H ii W lllilllill i lx v X 7 r ll , N ' fi ill Q Wil' if 1 Mmm N l W , , . .....' .., .ill l- Fr' ' ' "' r' W-Q ---, ' 5 - - -fi----1 Y , ,, l W wmv-mf wnla ,yr 'wwmw--11n1,'f M 3 , , , ,, s ,,. ,N .. ,-... . ,. , , , niigf w1,n,,. w 'Hu J' 'v ,--uw 1, v, .1, , 'v' ,," .HH v- y.- Q , - W' .1,.,wiq,g-Mgjglo W ,i Lg,,.j5y,j,N sw., ,wr ' Nh, 1 ll inns . , ii i. ,. JV: ,X V J . W L ns ,, +, N , 1 ,wM.,,.,. ,V ,, ,qi ,, U,.n',ww X' 1:,., ,X ,H M,YM'1 ,. ,,,n,.,.,, i, .:- ,, , ,, ,,,,,,,,1.,,. ,K it , ,. , . ,L .V , , , , N , ,, ,,, . . , 1 ' W N H , ,- . ,H , X . .K Y g Aw W, ,, V r- .-... . .-.-i,.,,,,.-rns BUWLING TEAM BOWLING ROSE CORNBLUM, fVIanager Law girls have come out strong for howling and have vied with Arts for high scores. Alleys were reserved for one evening a week at Floss Palace Bowl- ing Alleys. The halls were no featherweights, and have given considerable mus- cular development to the small hut enthusiastic group of bowlers. SKATING SELMA LEARMAN, Manager Much excellence in skating has not been found this year and the realization of our desire for a hockey team will have to he postponed still longer. Contests were held during the skating season and a great deal of fun derived from the Xagglii eport. Q giwfilsi Eilij F541 55 , . Page Iwo Hundred Thirty-seven , , Qaa- 1-fi V+ '---- -fa--f-,lie--W-N-. '3 .rf ' ' -f 'ii i - . ---f:-m+- -Cf?---,,.---,,T-,wrfi Ewwwwwmwmwwwwmwtat'afElaHMwMmwWmMWwwmWw -la3'Mll'llMffw-flWMt341iMf.w,Q2,i4L2gLlvi'1lPM:M' HQ P 14 ff' 'f Ml as ri Pail imliawvwfzvfifitm1Qi,1gzHLlLQ,LSE!Allorf.2fgl,:1I!u:1i4.mU f I , , ., I gl. , ' .111 .21 ., 7' ---.1 .1 . jx be -'II 5. .W .ily 1 41 , .fi ,LV H till 1. i .- 1. A. ,. - w rw .4 V ft x 1 fy I I I 1 ,I -4 rig. 2 fi, I gl. I , . ' ww I . I l QE! I f Q E I 1 li E 4. .,.-:.'fns .A . --a- . as -- 4 M - - ,amd cv, ' ' ' ,. V. ' 1 'fi' , ,,, N34 Y- W::Y1F,.,.' I 894:53-7.? 1,2 :N U x-N X -intl gp. 4 - M. 3- ,, X, X .X-Y? -...-..,...Y,l:-..t ...., a,fL.Q.Ll...l:f ffm, Greg, sg Alle ks- X 1' . ' 27 '-'1L1-sJg,gj.'1i V1 ' . 'f.1,I1'5'-'11.!1t:', 'AL-r?i' L L 1' " Y--- Y- -my .1 Y.-": t rd'-ut---tfgagi Illii. le- - ew rf I-1' I HIKING CLUB HIKING ELLEN KELLER., Manager Frequently on Saturday afternoons when the weather has permitted, hiking parties have been formed of the women in the University. Hikes have been taken to Fort Erie, Willianisville, Orchard Park, and other more or less distant places in this vicinity. This phase of athletics is one in which all can participate and a growing interest has been manifested by the large number of students who have taken advantage of this opportunity for recreation of both physical and social value. I-IORSEBACK RIDING BESSIE SCHMIDLIN, Manager Some of the girls of the University have manifested genuine interest in horsebackriding this year. The difficulty of finding regular hours when these in- terested can use the riding academy as a group has proved a great handicap. With this yearis enthusiasts as a nucleus we hope that much will be done next year to popularize this sport. Page Two Hundred Thirty-eight 41- s-5 a'-fr: lciffff 1 V 14" 1 I 4 ,. g: :I 7 ,., N, :pn Q2 ' M92 at it 5 . Q l iffftffl 5 :Fri . 5 E294 I Slit if 'I ti: lr- ' J. Ira , . I ,I ' ni ,' aw I 673' ,1 1. V .nz-. I I VW. iku. ,a1?v'. ,, . , Yfgrr. .if lf" xv La- . W W Tx, 5 1,, W gf-,,,,5,, ty., gm-, I 1, .. f 'H 'L' ' ' s""T.f"QS 'E .. N .U If. .4 I' .I f",:f.1' Na Vw!-r' ,, Y, wut' ,, :Sr R-,.. 1 W' 'fglitjg 1ifgritthllyfly-.Ln N 1 ., tit ,lf-I I 4 N t Wfl5'u WJEI I 1 s I 1 Y I A C TI VITIE S hiv Q' , g X p P 3329 3 vm .f nun N f X XV 1, V i J.. V, I fm in ,,.'M,.l'j5' M M wzfw lfvl flftff 'H 1 1' 1 1 K Q1 "ff'lb,rl.1ld4l"Q."fL'l-. 1!lu'l,'.,L :LUX 1 ' ' l l w 'W ' Y --l If yi 3 Y.. J .mf-f ll . ,I fl K L i ii 1 cl fl V , ls.:-, it 'WYVV ll we 1 ' 'li Wi-1 1 l lids, P ---fx fe .N i LM Q 'J 'iq it .3 rl, .. 5 iff NI . lat ' ,AY-1 " ijt!! V l :P f : lv fx .w i 1 L .. .wif at .a f I an, A. aw Fl lt? ' '11 -,- E-H. Q W i. 3 i f f f!! l vest Lt isis! 3 3 iffll 5 32 ' T 9 V Sf!! i7 f ll l EI fail 'lla . .fs U 1 HI .mg ,,!! 1,lY.!:Ny,1,. ,,.lWfl ws...-N' V, , . ' ' if . ,',Ig,3f5rrf'1'jr5Vgq ' "pn557315.35-img,-,gf'j E g3.3f5z1'gff W ', ggi figfiflll ii?'5i.f55Ml3. .ll4.44.3 ggglg: A Q get gi: gl f Students' Activities Committee Iuvuvc R. '1'1zMPLE'1'oN The organization known as "Committee on f Student Organizationsn was started in January 5 1903 with Dr. Jacob S. Otto of the Medical School as Chairman, and Attorney Henry Adsit Bull of the Law School as Secretary. The other members of the Committee were Dr. H. B. Huver of the Dental School, and Dr. John li. Gray of the Pharmacy School. On February 7, 1903, the f Secretary sent a letter to the Presidents of the Senior Class of each of the then four departments of the University of Buffalo, in which he outlined the or- ganization and purpose of the Committee on Student Organizations. In part the said letter was as follows:- "Last month the different depart- V L ments of the University of Buffalo by their faculties or other govern- ing bodies duly adopted the follow- ing resolutions: Gliiesolved, That a committee on Student Organizations be created in the University of Buffalo, to be constituted as follows and to exercise the following powers: The Faculty or other governing body of every depart- ment of the University shall annually, before the begin- ning of every University year, elect a delegate from the teaching staff of that department to be a member of said CLARENCE B. MARSH committee, and to serve until his successor shall be elected. The members of the committee so chosen may elect a fifth member from any department of the Uni- versity to serve with them. ' WM. BLACKBURN GAll organizations and enterprises of one or more stu- dents in the name of the University, or by which the name or credit of the University is brought before the public or for which subscriptions are solicited, including all athletic, musical and literary organizations, shall be subject to the supervision and control of the committee hereby created, so far as said committee shall deem any control or supervision advisable to protect the credit and good name of the University. LILLIAS MACDONALD V i I I l I I :Egg I5:2'li? 1 E . 5, - -.fa ' Y .tif 11. W 55231 li? '21 aff .41 jrz , WZ. 11512 ag! 11 fe-,ff .,f L, ,, sf .fix fi 5 L I ?,i ' .:Ei.:'3Jl'l 4 rfilffl ,fi if Q51 l f lf. S if-if iii 3 iii ii A ,gl 'N E3 all ,QE I at rl "rf, lf.: .iv x S lifjl f 3 :tg fi? i tg P5 4 1 ' ,assi X f -rx Y' -1 .J - sf? 1-gg N1 rg., . F i . 1 ggi ti I ??l l l?4E 1 Page Two Ilumlrcd Thirty-nine M1 lib TTLX w w w 1 C ff' W H ' ' ,' 'rl 'H' " tb 'a -E 5-we ,s Fifi' i'TW2im5i. x '2',gi5':'.'1'.TW" L 1l.lfiTff'.Qf.If'W Ht flllilrllfmsif. :lr 33 ga RUSSELL W. Gnorr . Tl1e matters of most importance to the Committee in ,A Qin-i4 -M A-A F --- i A X,-X zz 'wg 1 - 'U ,V . . 5 -'""'1171F-Pff7TT?1T"1Hl.'7'T'Tll711w" QQETFL I?1l'f1WiWF511z'1W. .411 ,i -. 1 '- 1 ,fu 5 J , . ,fir 1 1,1 -' " 1.41. ' '!E"1l'1.gg1l .p'f:'-21.1l'1""1lll'n-Vivek!'l'll1'11 11111534 . g g 1' .1 1 1 . 111:41 11112111111111iM1111l111.1L111.Q11111111111 ,K K-, gag, ,Wm AWA, -ex: G'The committee is further authorized and empowered to establish all necessary and proper regulations for the effective exercise by it of the powers hereby granted. 'cThe committee shall also have the power to determine in any case, whether its regulations have been violatedg and the Ending of the committee shall be conclusive, but the punishment for any violation shall be determined by the 'Faculty or other body having jurisdiction and control of the offender." The Dlan and purpose of the Committee on Student Organiza- tions. as will be noted. included the Committeeis supervision of all .athletic as well as non-athletic stu- dent activities. It will be noted in the above that the Committee C011- the first year of its work were the football and musical organizations. The above letter further goes on to say the Committee is much concerned about securing a satis- factory schedule for the football team for the following fall, as well as the regulations which should be adopted to govern all management and gives the students a chance to get under way a football association if it was found desirable. It is also interesting to note that a little later a committee was concerned as to the Musical Clubs C1-IAS. A. PANKOW schedule and concerts in some of the big local halls. E. W. SINE and number have came down to the present time. Natur- sisted of one Faculty member from each of the four arate schools or departments. After about a year sep- Mr. Henry Aclsit Bull resigned as Secretary and John Lord O'Brian was chosen from the Law Faculty to succeed him as Secretary. Dr. Otto and Mr. O'Brian continued for another year or more as officers of this important and interesting organization. Some time between 1907 and 1915, apparently, a change was made in the number of faculty members and the selection of said members. Each of the Deans of the respective departments ap- pointed two men from each depart- ment and that method of selection 1 fi if' :lf P .1 T--.1 1' '- 11 ,1"l'Ki5 F131 ! 1 1 . '11 26 TZ 1151. 4. l 112 1 1 1 1 1 ' 515.43 1 4 ei! I . E. riff.. I lffggfi 1 W 'ia -1 -1 , 1 :A A 1121 - 1 ' QLf4f"f ll 1 I 11 , W1 1 S I1 1 1 K'-1155, 1 '--1' :1 1 1 A-,-11 I ' 1 gil 1 11.3.1 -1 gif ' Z 1 xv . 1 1 Q' - 3, ' .F Ur: l I saga 1 ij is 1 , 151 1 1 1 siigfil . ,xii l 1 14.-i. 4 Y 'ft I 4 1 11523: 1 1 W Elffi 1 'r'-51' WAX lfiviii Tie., fri' I. 221 ,Q 1 . 1 -1 71 11' 31' 1231 1.111 1 I -LQ . E' 1 V'-'sf ' .. 1, ful 1if'3?5ill 1L ' 4 4 ally with the addition of the Arts College several years ago, the membership was increased from ten to twelve. 1. This is the present number and method of selection as y to faculty members. . y About three years ago for the first time, a Constitution T and set of by-laws were adopted by the Faculty S. A. C.. A. B. LEMON 12275511 115253 Page Two Hundred Forty '-ff'f"W --'-J--'r-r" " 7311--M iw- .-.. Ti.,-T--T.--,-T,fS-15511 1 Q!ll3.j1l11',f1.1f11l1Q'111n.,-115.1 M I 1:1 1, xl I VL- i' 4 -A 115 9 ,.1w'1'!1 'K-leg!" ' U 11:21-Lgj, l,y111f5!f111f55' 1 1111 .1 - gg-4 L , -- -gg 1',,.xN 1 "1N- wi-1' H135 "" 5"-H ' .I fl'f,2ll.'llvpiZfi x1,, ffg -1 fp 'gf 133.1 ..-f-j'1,i,v.p., it wi'ii-g- 'ii.i'5l'1f..ltflifiliff iffl5l1fll5ilFlffll'5lFq . 1 1 T ' ,AA', ' Wfililiiiii C' Nlliifffl'ill.l'fi'1ilililli1ffi.I5f'illfliiliflllffiililtf-lil? f .i ,H .1 ,li L3 X - and aproved by the Board of Deans. Since that time the 3?"Tf4f membership of the S.A.C. has been increased to include g 'tl H six Juniors, one from each of the colleges, who serve as ' student representatives during the senior year. The first ,ig-X group was elected a year ago last spring. But, for the 1 first time, the Faculty S.A.C. worked out a plan of election i :N A .K -Qi that was more representative, and the present senior group Ypjgf was elected under that plan in April, 1922. This group :l,.1.l, of seniors has assisted very much in forwarding the inter- . ests of the students through all of the colleges by their L first hand knowledge of conditions and the hearty co-operation of its T 5. V A, group and the faculty of twelve ,, - ' members. T li D. li.. WZAITE The object of the S.A.C. as out- L "- if lined in the present Constitution .1 w , brought up to date, is as follows: li "To promote, control and regulate all student activities .in all of the colleges of the University of Buffalo with the exception of athletics. As to athletics, this Committee L+ shall, with the approval of the Council of the University, , make and publish rules governing the eligibility of all students to participate in any branch of athletics, which . , rules shall be uniform and binding on all departments of the Univer- W. V. TRONS . sity and shall supersede all depart- ffili mental eligibility rules. The Faculty Committee on Stu- ? , ll dent Activities shall, with the approval of the Chancellor, gi , enforce the same and punish enfractions thereof. . EZEQQ LGTO have general charge of the funds for the mainten- ,K ance of said activities, except athletics, and to control 5 their apportionment and to supervise their expenditure. "To exercise jurisdiction over the establishment of stu- dent organizations, and the management of their affairs and the launching of new enterprises and activities, in- "-il . cluding entertainments of various I st- - a ' ' sorts, and to determine the eligibil- xl L. GULICK ity of students to take part in these activities as well as to hold office. ffThe authority of this Committee extends to all acti- vities, except athletics, fin athletics-as above notedj, and to all students in every school and college of the if ip "-f University, subject to such regulation and control as may '- : Cy :ftffg from time to time be exercised by the Council of the University of Buffalo. 'ffl 4'The membership of this Committee, brought up to date, now consists of the following: 'GTWO Faculty members appointed by the Dean from ' - each college in the University. R. F. MORGAN ,sieve . ' Page Two Hundred Forty-one ilT?5 FTFTT 'if V 'ffl Li 4. fill P if at Q' Ui , L, iw' 'llffifl-'ii'3HlE'fVill , ring.-if . F U fe' U Iliff. 1 I 1,A.g5-.Q,, , A ,gfiiirn 7 Y . --- X- C.. l---iw 4'One upper class man elected from each of the colleges of the University during the second term of his Junior year, who shall serve for one year from the time of his election. A NThe President of the Athletic Council, the Graduate Manager of Athletics and the Dean of Vlfomen of the University shall be members ipso facto of the Stu- dent Activities Committeef' The officers of the Faculty S. A. C. consist of Chairman, Vice-President, Sec- retary and Auditor elected annually. ' The seniors group of the S. A. C. at the suggestion of the Faculty S. A. C. drew up it own Constitution and has its own separate officers similar to the Faculty group, excepting an Auditor. The standing committees of the S. A, C. are committees on the following:- Athleticsg Musical Clubs, Publications-Bee, Bison and Irisg Committee on Fra- ternal Societies and Social Functionsg Dramaticsg Debatingg Chess, University and Class Officers, Eligibilityg and Committee on Awards. Each of these ten com- mittees has a Faculty Advisor who has entire supervision of the particular organ- ization or committee's work, and reports on the same once a month at the regular monthly meetings of the S. A. C. These monthly meetings are held at 5 P.M. on the Hrst Friday of each month at the U. B. Alumni Club, and the entire member- ship get together at such sessions. Briefly it might be said during the past two years the following new mat- ters and activities have been brought up and put through for the benefit of the University students in general. The Debating Club, including the inauguration of intercollegiate debates, Dramatics reorganized, and the Chess Club. Also two additional holidays have been for student activities and celebrated annually, the Student Activities Day in fall, and Moving Up Day in spring. Uniform certificates or shingles have been adopted, and awarded annually to those students deserving in the various activities. In addition to this the musical interests have been forwarded materially, in- cluding the inauguration of a series of annual out-of-town concerts. The band also has been uniformed and put on a real working basis. More recently the cus- tom has been started of having an annual reception to the Chancellor. An Honor- ary Senior Society, the Bison Head, has been formulated, approved and started, and to this organization the twelve exceptional honor men for each year will be elected. Class elections have been made uniform, as well as the elections to the seniors, group of the S. A. C. During the college year of 1923-2-1 the S. A. C. has adopted the following suggestions of its' chairman. FIRST-The Senior Classes are combining during February a11d will elect a president, from the candidates submitted by the Medical College, to be presi- dent of the entire Senior classes, all five schools and Arts College. SECOND-The student representation on the S. A. C. is to be increased so that at the next Moving Up Day six junior men and one junior girl will be elect- ed, also six sophomore men and one sophomore girl. These newly elected mem- bers will make up a representation of seven senior and seven juniors starting next fall, and thereafter the student council willconsist of that number. The girls will be elected to represent women's activities and so represent the girls' entire university in those activities. Page Two llundrecl Forty-Iwo . ,, , 5- -1 ,.,, ,, 1 Q 1 , , ,, ., W1 ,. m l .. . .. .,.,gQi.' -. , -' - - if - a 5 1- ' ' ' , L T F551-f1,a M N. ., . ., N !1,gl,.,., , 1yW11x.:', W D' V T , +lW1N1!lrL'f D Ds. E w E-NVQ T if hf . V Tiff' "M r ,rv 1 1 1 , . 5 1? YT-'J mf T I w.. x. 171.3 -q .IX 2. ' T 3,-.,. .Y V f. 4 Nw" J Tn IE, ... HQ! . IMTT. xg' ii xi' mr Iv I., Fi. .4 gr-HN wig-W Jzf . L L- .,. Ti lf:- IJ . V+ L fw I L., iw-v ,441 L' y., ka ,-'PE N fl!! l vm ..-, ,Am 1 KW.- . iff. , 91.1 'A I fd 5 -7-fl 5-if! STUDENTS SECTION OF THE S. A. C. LLOYD T. HOWELLS, Chem. J. SUTTON REGAN, Med. LAWRENCE D. METCAFF Phar. FRED DEVIN, Law HAROLD F. TVIEESE, Dent. JOHN WAUGH, Art. Page Two Hundred Forty-three E' V, .4 iE 1TI W!1N:.i3QwEgi3!if .2 .... gi H FN 4 ' vs NU: ft Q C Q 5. fx ll- E fl. 5 2 l 'H - - 4 'Y Q, Q " j mg ' 5, w' , X A Q ,, , -. , Q ' , , , L M. " , H ' , ,, -. 'A 1-hi, 1, .,,LL:Lf:. w , -. ' A 1 'I V x ww ' U 1 '- " - www' - ' A THE MANAGERS DANIEL IQATZ G. THOMAS GANIM IRA HOVEY F ENNER L1NDB1,OM Bee Dramatics Debating Music C. M. ROBERTS JOHN VVAUGH HAROLD MEESE E. S. PELLOWSKI DAN SANDLER Basketball Hockey Bison Chess Swimming " ' A . -, 19+ ' R "1 1 ,J , ii' 5'1"1f"i' . A , , , X , , , , , I' ,ly w: L, w-, V- Q N :..4 my ,, A MN! V, , ,.Jq, 'X JAH- -.fV!,i1M! , 11.11-, ,,,Q,- - Q, yy 1 r , 1, 'w w , 1--, 1 . 4 , A 1 - ., ,.., ,, , xx, ,,r , ,,...,, ,N , ,1,1.,,,,,M, , N Girl Leaders of Student Activities EDNA FISCHER, ELLEN K12L1,15R, ,EIELEN SLOAN, SELMA LEARMAN, RUTH CARY Programmes Hiking Swimming Skater U B. W. C. D01zo'rHx' DAY Athletic Association J ' f it tggifg-it it Page Two Hundred Forty-five -. - - - f . . . V N Y -.... . c i ' LM ' Y, , ' Mp., 'c",'ggg: 11'Zii'ii1f'.f-'gi if , --QI X- i r ., B lififi i :Yr - -'al 1 V 'fy 1 15- WM. A. FUHRMAN DR, A, B, LEMON Director Faculty Manager , , 11612 Music-0 23-24 yi. The musical organizations have been developing rapidly during the four short years of existence. It would seem from present indications that the day is ' not far distant when the Musical Lllubs will play as important a role in Univer- yggfg' .1. sity activities as the major sports, basketball and football. The essential requirements of the student body of U. B. today is a unified spirit which will reflect itself in every activity the students undertake. No activ- ity has a better opportunity to cultivate this unification than the musical organ- izations. Like other student activities in our University, the Musical Clubs have ex- perienced hardships and reverses, but through consistent and concerted effort on the part of a few these handicaps are being reduced annually, Much of the credit for the gradual development of music should go to the Faculty Manager, whose experience, advice and personal effort have meant so much during these early years. The manager of music, Fenner Lindbloom, has announced a tour thru the central part of the state, for the Glee Club and Orchestra this year. A number of engagements have also been booked in and around Buffalo. The first concert of the year was held at the new Buffalo Athletic Club. Feb. 9th a joint concert was held with the Syracuse Clubs at the Hotel Buffalo. This was perhaps the most successful concert that our Musical Organizations have ever had. They com- pared very favorably with the prize winning Syracuse boys. Other concerts scheduled are Marine Hospital, Broadcasting at WOR, Masonic Temple, Perrys- Page Two Hundred F orty-six +2312 fr i 1 j W., .. I . .7 afgft ililidll' Q 1 'N F li 1 ,Aw , ' Fare' 2 f L- :Qi ' - H1555 if W i gil 3 1 . q fifth iiiilfs gs r Pfrmmu-A----YH, 4,-,W M I X f YY Yiwiw-tm -if-, M-iwvw -WJ. ' V' f i - - .1 'wwf W W if "'r'r"1f"'w' r Lv ' -.Ji 2 Y. 1 1" 4 ,, -W Y 99- l'i'M'--i .W ,, ...L , FW. 1' 'fi' 'I 'i ' . f fi - 4 ' "1 V3 FH?" "'f1f"f15"s:Y'- tm .mm ' ' .5 .Q ,. Ely ,-...,l . L, V: y ni X .. -'jp ,, f- . .1 1.Q.1i5w,,g,:,I,g,i.,:. ... , . . 4 4 I ,L .i,, L ,. -it ..rr......t. ,lv V 1 J .fr V 'rf'vvrr'T!T:: -. .1 '1VPf'l'E5lLi'Aii1E5w N .i V., . ...Latte ,mi it ,,g .1 V X 'im '1'....,i,i ,W 1" U 'tl' ' ,, UI, ww. .Iv ,um 1 . "2 1" i,'i.mM1-w. , Mm w W 1 tr 1' l ,- W 1m':1M' W w lv , N ww ,mi MAH, twill! J. Mmsiuw F. Sc1'1NA'1'z F. E. LINDBLOM Leader of Band Student Leader Student Mgr. of Glue Club berg Hospital, Dunkirk, Gowanda, Lockport and the Home Concert. The stops on the tour are Batavia, Rochester, Syracuse and Geneva. This trip will be taken in a large bus which will facilitate service between towns. This rather radical step on the part of the Musical Clubs has stimulated a great deal of in- terest in the student body. It is planned to carry 30 glee club members and the Jazz Orchestra. The 30 men have been selected by a system of elimination which considered attendance at rehearsals and voice quality. This year we have had 2 rehearsals a week at the Central Y. M. C. A. Now that the musical organizations have reached the point where they can be compared with the clubs of other schools, there is bound to be a growing interest in the three units on the part of the students. Just as soon as the best musicians begin to come out, the things attempted by the clubs will nearer approximate those of the older schools. Nothing interesting happens until the clubs have the services of the best men and thus get out of the mediocre class. Witli an ever increasing interest in the musical organizations by the student body, the clubs are bound to play a bigger part in the program of University activities and aid in bringing greater laurels to our Alma Mater. Fenner Lindblom Mgr. Page Two Hundred Forty-seven ' .f1X,r , " 'g, ' iw A T',.. ..,,, W .,,,,,,..,,..-,,, l- ,.,,,,.--,- ,J -H-'m'n-- , ,,- , r . K., V- ,, V--en .V ,- :N t - X V-V it ,X-. ,M Hum ,'kts.l in -+,.,f-M+',, 1: Q' " , ', ,i A A. K, Ji' X ,,i ,C . .nw . W ,- , -felt. ' it ' ua:5 -X233 Y, at it 1-'N lv,-.,,.', ly., .ily -X .av , , y I mf -.-1. ,145 wfyxl mn, .. ,Il .Y V , I W l , .iv ,N 4 J., , w W W XL K L W 1Xl,rly,,.,,q ' I if li' 'ii' l ' 1 " T i ,'f,fl.II :""igi L .,,,, , , ,, 1, i, , J... ,w,t,,..,,,, Members lst Tenors FRANK DOLCE WILLIAM SERNOFFSKY HAROLD JEFFERY J. H. GREENBERG C. O. MISERENTINO E. O. CARLSON MICHAEL GEORGE WILLIAM MEISSNER ZITTEL PETER BATISTA lst Bass JOHN BACHMAN HAROLD TROSSET WILLIAM SI-IOEMAKER THOMAS GANIM FENNER LINDBLOM MICHAEL GRANDO CHESTER SOULE HARRY QUICLEY E. O. ORGAN FRANK LOIACANO BARRETT Page Two Humired Forty-eight 'I.III'I IIIIX' II ' I' I K I ' ' III'I'II",- II ,,. IIN, I J ,i S' III I ' 'I Of Glee , ..,n .W ,,,,t-,,, HL-, ,W ..A: . I I ' 2 ,..I, ..I' , LI ,-- R :Y Lf. ' ' .I " ' 'ff"f'zvM'I'fIISIIR'-A T PTT' " pm:--. 1 Q: I-fp--TAIR, Q Q I I X TA IJISNIWIWHM I MNIVIFIII PKI ,V Y I , J f"'-IUIIIII IIIIgIHI'f." 1' 'III' ' ' ' I ' I I I ' "If VII "IWW"U11MIll5:fQ!liLu15lu H-mi, if ,XC Y - -A W Club 2nd Tenors THOMAS ROONEY JOSEPH CHIARELLO LAUREN SKIFF JOHN ANGROVE EDWIN PEI1-'EER JOHN MCMASTER LENARD JOHNSON FRANCIS MOYNIHAN GERALD NATIELLA HOWARD DECAMP NATHAN RELIN 2nd Bass AUSTIN CLARY CHESTER WALLACE ALFRED BRIM FREDERICK SCHNATZ ORTON HUPSTADER CARL HETTISHEIMER PERRY LAVTN F. C. LUONCO P. PULVINO HHWII! 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E112 J Qfffd ' 4 13 U1 F52-iT' fre L ' JE' 1 1 1 111111, -1-1 1 Glee Club OFFICERS Faculty Manager . .. .... PROP. A. B. LEMON Director ....... . PROF. WILLIAM FUHRMAN Manager ..... .... F ENNER E. LINDBLOM Accompanisz .... .... E DWARD DONSON Student Leader .. FREDERICK SCIINATZ Page Two Hundred Forty-nine -.111 11 ' .111-1 -1 1' ,1 1 ,1.,,ffT111,1, . ,N ,. 11- ., 1 1 1 111' 1 N V E 1' 1A W N1 N1 111 X 1 "Q 1-'1 ',1q1111-',,1?f1-1. ,-'f11'1,',1 L11MMMLsIzl1f.11iL1g11mil-fi UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA GILBERT BICKEL Leader GEO. ETLING .. Violin ARVIS RIFFEL . , Banjo WM. SEIL ..... .. Sax ERNEST SMITH . .. Sax C. C. ANDERSON Cornet Jon: MEEKIN . . . Corner SAM SKINNER .. Traps FRED EMERLING . Tuba Prior to this season the musical organizations have consisted of blec Club Orchestra and Band. This year the Varsity Orchestra has been replaced by an Jazz Orchestra of ten pieces, which has already shown extraordinary ability. Social orders thruout the University as well as organizations of various kinds in and around the citv of Buffalo have graciously patronized the Varsity Jazz Orchestra, known as the Collegians. This unit is under the leadership of Gilbert Bickel, '26. Page Two Hzmdred Fifty - H eeere M i W. , - K, M51-as-is ef- -,mf as-W-i.,T. 1' ' e : 'i -1 '- .-- - wi --1"r1:4 fi , i J N X , aft f, ' '- f, A 1, , t-" ,wg 1, , g l l il N' 5' -' 'l f ' if turf 'g ' ' gJ.1flli9hf'it.Q1, 1 l l 1. THE U-B BAND In Picture EARL J. CRAIG M. A. BLAIR, JR. S. H. SKINNER WM. H. YONUG P. E. INRTRIERI C. C. ANDERSON AL. E. WYELSEY L. B. JOHNSON J. E. MEEICIN WM. B. ZAIDEL J. E. OWENS H. S. MOORE J E. P. SMITH A. H. VOLK C. E. VAN SLYKE Absent C. B. WEBBERr A. S. PANTERA R. MARCHANIJ F. H, STRIKER N. GIMICLIANO J. F. PANTERA J. C. BOWYRR F. EMERLING M. MAGGIORE W. Ross W. RESMOND The Varsity Band has been tremendously successful this year. Witli a mem- bership of thirty, the Band, in natty uniform, has created a greater impression than ever before in the history of the University. A In the parades and at the gridiron contests, the Band has been very much in evidence and received the plaudits of students, graduates and visitors. Every- body who attended the Hobart. game at Geneva felt proud of the Buffalo dele- gation as it marched in, headed by the best Band U.-B. has ever turned out. The Band is under the leadership of Joseph Meekin, '26. 4 Page Two Hundred Fifty-one N VV V .... .. up ,. XXV,-3.g-WivYTIT:,,YIM-- i if ,. -..X X. --lf. N. x . . Y N T 'E V! 1 2 L, an 1. . 1. gf, l?f'f.fj lj 'li i ll. 1 THE BARRETTONIAN SOCIETY - OF THE lf DENTAL DEPARTDIENT PRESENTS TIIE 1 DENTAL INIINSTRELS ligii Ends - Tambos .1 ""' ff Q, I, Cheplowitz ff' A, Twist lf .QQ L. Skif 1. ,fr T .lg l ,Zim UNDER THE DIRE CTION OF EDWIN B. TERRY CAST AND CHORUS Interlocutor Victor Martin fgj Incisors Cuspids Bi Cuspids B. Heclclen A- C19-FY P. gattista i' F. Linclblom J atiella M. G ' ' .E eolge , C. Soule A- Stanton yg--V L, G, Mazurowski R Robert C. Rizzo lifllll G Cam bell l S H' Appel - p R- Watt W. Shannahan ifif M. Greenburg C. Hager H. Strassner l IZLQ-fi 1 Page Two llzuulrcd Fifty-Iwo l52552lllllllllllllli.KQVTECH:T5 t,"G D '15 ".E 1 i l'.1i"iL..l-Lili" "Lic 'gf' Q v',' H ,KKA W ,,,, W " Egg' if E., fl 5 R. J. P. G C. P Bones Hickey Burns Corcoran Molars Munson Wallace Lavin C. Bennison C. Neuman I I ".b film b wi WM N lf' I , PART I Ai OVERTURE by G. V. Black w I in... .li 1. Song '4There ain't no Santa Claus . .. ........ ,lads Burns f' 2. Song '4Sittin, in the Corner ....... .. . Fenner Linclblom 3. Song G'C0tt0n Blues" ........ ....................... C het Soule 4. Duet 96One Day in June" ........ . . . Bert Hedden and Harold Strassner 5. Song MI Pity the Sweetie I Geti' . . .,.................. Lawrence Skij 6. Song 6'Midnight Rose" ............. ..... M ike George 7. S0ng'cD0n't Think Y0u'll be Misseclv . . ............. Irwin Cheplowitz 8. Song "Old Pal of Mine" .................... Pete Battista and Quartette Bert Hedden, Austin Clary, Chester Wallace, Pete Battista 9. Song G'Stavin Changen .................................. Robert Hickey ALMA MATIHR PART II Specialty-Riflle and Lee. Specialty-Lee and Hickey. MORAL SURGERY AS IT is-Norn Scene--Dr. Pricliardis Office Cast I Dr. Prichard . . . .. . Red Cheplowitz Margie ........... ..... I fabe Skiff Pansey fAssistantj ..... .......... Ray Watt Bustes C2nd Assistant! ........... Bus Hedclen I Patients ...... Aug. Twisztg Abe Stantong Pete . A Bennisong Paddy Corcoran I Musical Director .. ............. - -... ....... E . Stanley Lee I Orchestra- I Ray Marchand, Saxophone Phil. Barr, Violin N. Giaigliano, Drums A. Riffle, Banjo fir-X1 1 C' Wardrobe Ladies- I Linehan, Tully, Hall, McMahon, Klein, Guinan Stage Carpenter ...... .............. - . . Darwin Jacobs i Ee: J ,gg 5 1 'W' -f s w . Electrician ..... Q.. ---f '- r. e. f, -,M V? 'xl I I Faculty Advisor . . . iiirff ' V--Y:--.1 Dan Layer Dr.R.W.Groh Page Two Hundred Fifty-three . .- -fvv f--fwfr,-1. -h.:f.,'--,--w.-w-- f-eff -ff-:WT A. I gr . .. ,. 1. 51 3 ,TJfT1'T"gZiI'ifI,'I..Zi1T,Z,rf W313'1i1'lI2's1i2H'3Q1i:.,s' 'JEQWI WMQHIJJQH 'LEA :fi--33, UQ- -:H':,1!f,gI:Q 'r'I12l'11Hyfg1i. z ' if -7 5-31 it 7. '.,,:.V,.!f,! 23- 'Mix ,V I ,- I ,f ,.L7f.g1wg 15 W , H., . H M' f-.,, 'I ' . w- U 1I"'."1'A 1 .f'1f"f- "?':zvS-W," :21A'E'w.f . Wi . 'fa Til Q' '5 'elf -L 1 ff' n .f"1"1 ' ,sn-ell. .L 1'f1--1'-MWQKEN':1 it--'Y il I 42fQgsfjQ!lL'lvl?f?Q. - o .ft J .W H 'Q S4 -- V , 1r j'.f,!QM I it I' lmU1Ml-Ja'tif. 'I 'I f I ' A nf i -1 1 - 5 V w - 11 Q 'lQj"5 l 4 L V - ii ,N X W 1 ,N ,X w M N 's . 1 H f' -.1 UW FN P1 Ffiifii 5 E 'fi N '1 l ,. 1 1 iff i ! f , - ,L do v ! ,J . iff? LA 5.w,jV'11 - A- QQ ,, A Q 1 ,W 1 - r- 1 5525? 1 X, , 11 -1 . vii Li, V2.1 il I 19' in 'F 54, 14 'W "I I in ,, s V f 1 3 ,lv Q - E933 U.-B. 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M A -AP , 11 A J B N 4, f'f,,4w LNbwJ.1fMw. 1 1 A , 1 fxvlum ,H - , R X , ,f1 3 , f :Q .U N 145 if 59Z?0af'Fih w I 'ffiiig X ff" - Q ,f" K f -5 Jig 'u Z Q 0 f 6 1 U 0" :aw U 139000 ,4oa5,wfU 901 W 5 'C M , O X - - b llll llll llll I -Ill I llll II- HE1 .E . -Ill I wa Il I Illl Ill Ill nlll ll- IIIE UL Ill mg ll- . lqcfx ' ln .4 Q 1 Il 'S , , gn W1 ' Im Hu - III- 4 KK -5 "E ,lllll-Qllllll llllllf IXHIXX- A '!llllMQ'l1IIllmilll!ZIIKQHXXHKX ' JL'-IellllnQIIHZIIIIIIIIIK-'MXKBEAKZ - , Aw mxwalllulllxnunnmwxxxxxxx fn:- .5 avwwn 1 fl Y? 1, ' ' iff? gf 3w5n l7..91 - fgffk f15lfi'5!'Lllji'figg.?Ql "4'J"'l"" ' a r . r .. t . tt... , r. ,.... . - .' -. - - A N' ., ., mt.11egg gf, DR. R. W. GIROH FAcUL'1'i' Anvison '6Should chess be included in the University curriculum? The answer is Lyesi. There are a great many reasons why it should be taught in our colleges but there is no really logical argument to refute the above statement. lt is very evident that many subjects taught in our schools today are taught mainly for the purpose of developing one's thinking powers. This justifies the claim that chess is as good a thinking power developer as are dead languages, higher mathematics and others that are of 110 material use to the graduate in later life and HIC, shortly after graduation, entirely forgotten. Chess, once learned, cannot be for- gotten, and can always serve as a form of intellectual recreation to the graduate or undergraduate. Chess is the oldest known game of skill and is still the only game that ap- peals to the intellectual class. Another name for chess can be 'Gthe thinking game" for no other game requires as much careful thought and sound planning us does chess. The game of chess dates hack to the early days of history. One of the interesting facts about the history of chess is that the first hook printed in the English language was a c'Treatise on the Game of Chessf, Suffice it to say that chess, ancient as it is, still holds its own against all unewborn gaudsf' it is still the favorite with the educated and is considered essential accomplishment in most family circles and is, beyond a doubt, bene- iicial in assisting the mental development of the young. The main object in the game of chess it not as many imagine to puzzle or to bewilder, but to charm. It is a facinating game and provides the player with delightful entertainment. Chess is considered as a major activity in nearly all of the Universities throughout the world. It is played nationally and inter-nationally. lt is played by correspondence, cable and wireless. A In our own institution, chess as an activity is making splendid progress. Oilicially organized only one year ago, we are in a position to select matches for our team from several Universities who seek to arrange games with us. Out of sixteen prospective matches we have chosen ten games for our schedule which includes a match with the University of Pennsylvania, whose team is one of the ubig fours' of the Intercollegiate Chess Tournament. Everyone of our matches are arranged with well-known and old established chess societies, whose teams comprise of players of well-known reputation in the chess world. r 'mhiwifiysql T W will Y, .Q . mm' ww :qw 1 .1 as - - v--------r ,W 7 -. A ..-.......n..--,-.-..L.r1:rrnu1g erm V-l -si t .1 ,J V 1 1 ,ii .rf : I 1 'i I 1 ...t -1,e:f2i1.t f J 1 je, g f ff .t fl 'z . ER 1 - L l mr l I W . x Page Two Hundred Fifty-six L "TTfji"'ff' o o o' , ms' f M f- f - e ---7. ss.-is-f,,f1,i1 T QQ t y , . QW .4 ,,.:,,,Q' ,, , , ' w, Dv A V, w- -, " ll,-2 , . lLJ"'l.'l...Ll',. Chess Team OFFICERS President ...... .............. M A1'Hmv PODOLIN Vice-Presidonz .... ........,... E DWARD PELLOWSKI Svcreiary ...... . . . GORDON BROWNJOHN Treasurer .... ............... J Os HOFFMAN Facully Advisor ................ DR. R. W. GRO1-1 VARSITY MATHEW PODO1.1N JOE NONTACIC GORDON BROWNJOHN EDWARD PELLOWSM JOE I'l0FFMAN CLUB MEMBERS XVILLIAM Mlscus CHARLES lVl'AY JOSEPH JACKSON U.-B. CHESS SCHEDULE ,FOR 1923-1924 jan. 9th--Canisius. Feb. 15th-Canisius. 1 Feb. 221111--Red Triangle Chess Club. ' Feb. 28th-J. C. B. Chess Club. Mar. Sth-Tonawanda Chess Club. Mar. 131311-Red Triangle Chess Club. Mar. 20th-J. C. B. Chess Club. Mar. 23th--University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Apr. 9th-University of Toronto. Apr. 16thm-Larkin Chess Club. Page Two Hundred Fif1,y-savmz "" " . ,f'X .. gg, A, if f , , K., , "nu MMM X K. '1 fXW fx! if? fix .jf ff,. 4- 43 EFLLM-,'V"T"TT'f'7-f--A-,,f.-.,-.,A,, A 1' Q' , f ,q, , , , , ' "N Nmcafl 1 X I iff 2 fx il? 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I1 11 . 1 i1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 .11 11 1 11 1 1 D 1 1 1 1 1 11 '11 1 1 1 ,1:,1,11 ..1111, 1, .1 1 1 1 1' 11 11 ,, 1111, 1 1 11-ii A 11'111'1-'fif'.1, 1111111 ,11 '-111111.111111.11'I.'fle,A, , . 1 1 111 11 1 Jn . .11,1.. -1Lr11111111J,1 11r11.a1,1... 1 Debating Club OFFICERS Manager ..... .......... ..... I I RA HOVEY President ,..... ...... D ANIEL TQATZ Vice-President' . . . ....... SELMA LEARMAN Sw-remry ........ .. TQATHARINE ROWLEY Sergeanl-at-A rms .................... LLOYD FINK During the past year the Debate Club has established for itself the begin- nings of an cnviable reputation which it will strive to add to this year, It is worthy of note that the June number of uThe Gaveln, the publication of the Delta Sigma Rho, contains mention of Bufl'alo's victory over the University of Pittsburgh. Hobart College also met a defeat at the hands of Buffalo last March so that the debaters this year have quite a mark at which to shoot. The University Debating Club has been holding regular meetings at Town- send Hall every two weeks in order to stimulate interest in debate and at the same time to furnish preliminary preparation for the serious work of the year. The meetings of the club are held the first and third Thursdays of evey month and are open to all students of the University. Debates on current questions, followed by informal discussions, furnish the programs for these meetings. The debaters are coached by Miss Wilner of the Arts College and Mr. Walter Kendall, an alumnus of the Law School. It is fitting to make public acknowledg- ment of their untiring efforts toward making debating the foremost non-athletic activity at U.-B. Witli fair support from the students, their able direction will again result i11 a banner year for U.-B. debating. Page Two Hundred Fifty-nine ' 111'mm'1' 1 1 '1 ., 1 11 ..1. .. ..... . M.. ..-A . . ., .... V. .. .1 , . , . 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Such has been our assigned task, and to this end we have labored. We have no doubt, fallen far short of our mark, and it is with fear and trembling that we submit this, the 1924 Iris. It is our hope, however, that as some time in future years, you, gentle reader, may have occasion to open this book again, and by its help you may be able to slip away from the toils and cares and worries of your business for an hour or so and drift back to those pleasant and precious days when you were a student of the Bison U. P We, at this time, extend thanks to all those who co-operated with the staff to make the 1924 lris a success and with especial gratitude to Mr. Irving R. Templeton and Dr. Nelson VV. Strohm for material aid and to Mr. Porterfield from whom pictures were secured for the View section. Further, we hope that in the future this word of thanks may he more far- reaching and require the co-operation of every student and activities director for the building of their own annual, rather than a personal favor to some requesting "staff member,"' as it were. Inge Two Hundred Sixty-one i 'f Wg "mi-' lj 3, ' ' ,f"'jf'Qj',""'f"'t i QYM' M4 ' 'W' S fi .TQ T' -F'-T? T -TTT NW r U 5 If J, W w -4 Q 3 ' i v -. J , Y ' ' 'QE' 'ifliiz . '-. '-f'iKJ, . J. J ' 9 J ,lwwp M ' K- ' ir " A 'J 1""i1 Wm ,. . Ad. . ,E X ,.......f-77,77 .. . ,,,-,-,,,,, ,A, ::,,,- 'NM-.' J I 15+ ,,j1l,i'1,-,zfg-J + ,H+ ':u::'6nn? h " ' , J . ,.., Hfffffffflfffffffffffffffffffffffffl 'MU' fr!!! , DH- R- W. GROH F acully Advisor " f B. G. WAKEFIELD J 5 Editor-in-Chief AIITHUR A. Cnoss Business Manager C. M. WALLACE , 1f:IaQaQesg..H , , . .... Advertising Manager ::.-wa ---' :4::.-511, M. O. H.AGER Art Editor CORINDA CAGE Co-ed Editor ! .f .. 1.-.. W. H. ITIANDEL Photo Editor A 1 ASSOLIATE EDITORS c. R. 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' - - N' -'1 --' -- 'E .1111-111.1 1: 11:9-51,111 '1.1'51121T1-P11111-1-1111 11 5:32.14 , , ., ,, , ,1 -' - 17 11 15 'J -1 "1 - 11 -""11:111'1'111f-1111111 11 Y 111-'1111"1Q11i11111'1H111'111111111111i11'111'11111111111 I - 1 111 5 .11 1 11 Q11 1111 '1 -15 1. 1 111,11 1 ' "Wi 11-- -1 -:ig 1 .1 1 5211 2,5 1 1 Jig 1 1 12? f1 1311 A- 17, 1-i-4 11, 1 ,, .,-..,1 11.71 1 F251 - 1 ,fi 1 'TI 1 f? , U 1 1-1-13 1YQ ln 1 1 1 :rv 351 Q El 1- .--1 -471 , ,11 ,w 1 V11 17 7771 1 -wr- 1 1,,, 7.1 1 11. V1.1-.-11 1 xq S1321 1 -1 ,11 1 --1 1 1' ff. ii ,J EE --if Q1 -lil 1:91 . , .1 .m,-.41, 1-,.-.1A-,.,11.1:.1.1-,.L,.114,.,11J1,1::-1511 1 - , ,,,.-.. Url A-l f in N H. F. MEESE DR. C. A. PANKOW Editor-in-Chief Faculty Advisor The Commencement number of 'The Bison," completes the third year of itis existance as a comic monthly. lt was again under the gallant leadership of Harold F. Nleese, who not only continued the success of the previous year into the present but drove the Bison into a much larger field. The circulation has nearly reached the three 'thousand mark and its reputation as a student publica- tion is one of the highest. From the graduating class of 1924, the Bison staff will loose five members, whose places will be mighty hard to fill. Harold, the Editor-in-chief, leaves the Bison with a different thought than that of cracking jokes and producing humor for the public, for he has received a doctors, degree and aims to relieve suffering humanity in a more serious way. His place will be a hard one to fill for he could rightly be called the 'Tather of the Bisonf' lt was his suggestion three years ago that the Bison become a comic monthly and only thru his invincibility in determination this end was obtained. Ruth, our coed editor, for two years will be missed by every member. Hel place was a very important one and it will be a hard task for the successor to keep that place at the high altitude which she attained. Betty, darned if l know how we are going to continue without her. She ever gave the life and pep to the business meetings, and never tired out-side of doing her bit for the success of Biso. Bud, the managing editor, has surely clone his share in the work of the Bison and his ability as an artist as well as a manager will be a hard place to fill. Tom, the extension director graduates from arts but we are mighty fortun- l ate t iat he is entering law school this fall and will be with us next year. We just couldn't function without Tom. Page Two Humlrccl Sixty-six Tfrj. ' 'zyiwf -5.15-M ' ' " " .L gig. 1 ,, f .3 Biiiyi: ' i ,,,.iiL-.-i ' i i' 1 W l -ffwlw ,. LNHAL.. B... ..,,l fi il . xl il M N I :E -I I :II I..XI,.:IIII' I' ' II ,jx I l-IU WI II i ww i,wIII,IL?..I5 N VU MIIIIH MI I! MIXILII, Y, NINMNVHIIIK I-I IIT- . 'I .'III. N ,N IV- ILI- .I I .Nw :UN A W. : .I.I,IIII II .I II., I:.1II 'I "II I,-, I I Il' J! ,HI-',.I,1 I I' -..I . ,VATV I'.' I, 'I' I . I. I . I.fIII I-1' .II .I. III, I..'I'. ,. L. .If I'JII , 7 'I -EI! I 'I . ...N Y-I I I I I 5 -, . .. ., r-A-I.. S ---2 --'TI I2 .1 I I I I I I .IV II'Ic1.,,. In 0. 'E 5113. L W, A 1 II gif If I .I E . II -AI it , ' I Fi?gI ,Y.L1 ILTQQI 21:4 I. cf 3 I fs 'IA-we I 5211 5.14 .,-A-I " .J if . I .111 I .. I ., ME If--Sz! -' 'EI I irfi 3 IE gi. I . -..YI lifwffga 1, ,M I :rr- Iiiii A. D511 ' VAC?-1 , .. ., I 3 --E A-I .IGI I I?-I 35 I 'ff 'bad E21 . ., E. T ,. .Ql i I I Ifwfew I The Bison Staff 'EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT HAROLD F. MEESE, '24, Editor-in-chief RUTH E. CARY, '24 Co-ed Ed. BETTY HOFFMAN, '24 EARL J. CRAIG, '24 JUSTIN MORGAN, '24 WINIFRED ROWLEY, '24 MI1'CHELL L. POTVIN '25 7 ALICE LANGWORTHY, '27 LOUIS G. FARRIS, '26 HELENE BLOOMBERG, '27 LOREN M. IQAISER, '26, Exchange Ed. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OTTO M. WJILLAX, '24, Man. Editor ROBERT G. IQNAPP, '26 Adv. Mgr. MERLE H. KZING, '26 Cir. Mgr. NORMAN J. WOLF, '27 Bus. Mgr. G. THOMAS GANIM, '24 Ext. Director FRANCES HUGI-IES, Off. Mgr. J. F. LINDSAY, '26 Assoc. in Adv. L. ELAINE RUBERY, '26, Assoc. in Cir. ART DEPARTMENT WILLIAM G. COOK, '26 Arr Editor EVELYN G. PRYOR, '25 Assoc. Art Ed. E. LUCILE JAMES, '26 ELIZABETH K. CLELAND, '25 HELEN SIDER, '26 MILTON O. HAGER, '25 DOROTHY LIMEURG, '26 NEVILLE MILLER, '26 FACULTY ADVISOR DR. CHARLES A. PANKOW Page Two Hundred Sixty-.seven If-IJ IIHI .WI I.-I ,. I I ,II I ,I I-, I I , I ".I II .II TSZI .I II. -. II I 1- QI .,,I I I' :-I 5, I I I 'III .I El, ij? :II :I i YQ .LI I , I I , I 'QEQI It I+: I Inf I I if' I Iii H. I .f.-4... . QI A-.4 I Ai! . .. ..I ,WI ,AQ I' I .:,f.I 'ASEE "I fx Ii I If I 1 -:I I-T :fl I ...DI .3 .33 -I I fir? I 'ffl I 2 I' 'Li . ggi 25523 E. 155' ' Isla L52 I If 1-,xgj . I . f, I I-,e -:f I . I. II., . All 3. III II 'P HJ I... . A 11-1 I .- Y-:I ,f III 'I-fi I Ili? 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The problem of stimulating interest in undergraduate activities is by no means simple. Unlike other universities we have here students who live at home and whose interests are to some extent centered in extra-collegiate activities. The Bee has set for itself the task of presenting to the students the opportunities for participation in student activities, it has endeavored to keep before the student a complete account of the affairs of the student body. Hence, for a complete and panoramic view of activities see a file of the Bee. To reiterate, the Bee is the organ for the expression of student opinion. The ideas, aims, plans as well as protests and disapproval have a ready opportunity to be voiced. The Bee strives to encourage interchange of student opinion on mat- ters of interest and importance to the student body as a whole. This is the purpose of an undergraduate weekly. , The Students Activities Committee has heartily supported the Bee and in the person of Mr. Lewis Gulick has been very helpful in its supervision. Mr. Gulick as faculty adviser has been instrumental in placing the weekly on a firm basis. Page Two Hzmrlrefl Sixty-eiglll, ..., 1 , l. , 4. . W., ..., .af ' ' L 4' . 1. 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Evelyn Harris, '25 Marion MacDonald, '26 Editorials . . Alumni .... Annette Weiiitralllm '26 Exchanges ..... Ella Borchard, '24 Debate ........ Ruth Goldberg, '25 Photographic ..... Max Ladipes, '26 Arts News ...... Rosalie Karner, '24 Pharmic News .... 11. G. Harsch, '24 Law News ..... Julius Goldstein, '24 T Medical News .... Evelyn Alpern, '26 Business Manager Advertising Stag' .......... Ernest Walkerg Marion Coplon, '25 Norman Heillorun, '26g Lillian Satuloff, 24 Circulation Manager ........... Joseph Kolassa, '24 11 1 1 1 ' 11111211 11.11 117222 11 iii, 111 V511 1 1 1 1' 111 1 1 111.2 1 1 11.f1v1i11 1 1 1 E56 ' 1 1 1 1152111 1 E-.1 1,51 1131131111 11231 1 Fifi 1, 111,14 1 1s-11: '11 411:11 1 5611 15111 1 112 iff 1 1 113121 1 1 1-:if 1 1151511111 "7 - rl ' 1 11111321 1 1 111311 1ii1 1 1 j 1 1 'Q1 1 1.15141 1 1 A2 11 f 11 217211 LQQ11 11 ?e?1 1 pg? 11"13,11'1 1 1 11 'H 1 1 L21 1 11.1 1 1111.41 1 1 1 1 1 1 121? 1 1 11. 1 ,,.1 1 , ,fy Circulation Staff Frank Petrino, '26g Mathew Podolta 1 12551 1 R525 1 1 1 . . iii? Page I wo Hundred Sixty-11111.43 -rw M.-- 1 ,-.1..1wT., 4 A- f--i4.-,-Q1 .. M fb -1--?..-.-i. 1 -4-1 1 'F11' F'T"Tl'71'11"'1'111'11" "1"'11f111T1'T1f111fT7F111w1l1'1.1 "W .31 54' '171 . '3151111T1T1I'1111'111l51WTfTlQfi'11'1TF'11'T1f1f1i.1gIi'T1T'i1Tf1iQ51 111111111 1 1 11.111 1 11111 511,11 ' f -W i7'TT5'3W"l7" T A' 'WA W .,, , 1 !,,1,'IP4rfR'-' -1 ., , .. 4,lwLg-'.aJ'N:p The Barretonian Society President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer . OFFICERS .. ............ .. JAS. V. M1XRTIN . . . . Rom. W. CONN MITCHELL L. P0Tv1N THOMAS ROONEY X, 17 ""5W'?W31l1:' t:..2x.1i f5if?ff K V Y' -1 NFS rijigj .Viv wil I t 'e?i!ff i I" f' Y N 'ii 1. xl 7,1 'ir '31 M-.. lv - ' Y PFW ,Eli ., L, Y: :J I1 -A --4 fiffiiil HLEEH . ,, ,Hi 1 :fr 5-F14 5 ffisf. wil if Stal g , , 1-7, 1 M7751 WF .ff wp-,f-5. 13,55 ,N I Fir, L fffff' s.11ff2.J . ,vi , 1- 1 if .rff M1522 1 'H ,Z MS,-1 , wg ' il W L- - . ,L " 'w ff, fifii C21 11 il! R , -,Qi - gil , ii A jffii A3 I ,Al ,g fi Y '-, ! X 'ffl I i3 N gl "HK ' I 1, 1-xr, is 'VJ l 1 iQ,f y V get I rv if Page Two Hundred Seventy - if-7:1 , - 1, , 1:14 '5kQTjT'.'Q"-QQ??'T""! I ' ' ' " 'N 'g' H" iv' " , n W-I., W " 1' ' --kLf'1 , , ,W'.1'f,' , ',qj:"Y:LHv4i 'W "'f4.'1QL-',1 ' E, , Q, ,,,,,f,,3.'.f1,H,L,.l.,lJ'..N'.' Hlmfffg' The Barretonian Society The Barretonian Society was organized Dec. 7, 1893, by the students of the University of Buffalo-Dental Department. All dental students in the school are eligible to membership. During its first year it had a membership of 40, which was 45? of the matriculants in the school at that time. Since then the percentage of membership has increased, until now practically all the students in the school are members of the society. It was formed so that the students might exchange their ideas, and broaden their views of dental subjects. Organized along the lines of regular dental so- cieties, it holds meetings at regular intervals, and has been addressed hy dentists of well known reputation, and by under-graduates. Here are some of the papers read before it in its earlier days. 1895 S. E. Mac Dougall, undergraduate, Dental Societies. 1896 S. B. Palmer, Syracuse, Early Experiences. 1897 W. S. Rose, undergraduate, A few inexpensive, but indispensable equipments for the dentist. 1897 F. L. Greene, undergraduate, Rapid growth of the Dental Department of the U. of B. and some of its advantages. 1898 Dr. A. P. Southwick, Principles for young dentists. 1898 Dr. H. L. Belcher, Dentition. 1898 Dr. G. B. Snow, Decidious Teeth. 1898 Dr. A. F. Heist, Hypnotism as applied to oral surgery. Besides these, other well known dentists and undergraduates have addressed the members of the society. The social side of life has not been neglected. Its annual dance is a promin- ent social event during the school year. Other social events have occurred from time to time. Upon the graduation of the member from the school, he is presented witha diploma from the society. The society was named after Dr. C. W. Barrett, who was the first Dean of the school. Dr. Barrett was very proud of the society and often referred with pleasure to its name., but was always careful to state that he had nothing to do with naming it. Page Two Hundred Seventy-one Q52 XM I W I W I V 1 ,S . .. . -. i . . 1, '.:,. ' .7 5, ' E3"ff1?1'- 1E'i5ffff1'A':"' zixi 1 59 5. ,1 ".1I11f'ff1,1.11.1 ,1 1 .1-, 1 1' 1 11l 1111 1111fif111'1ii -. VZ 31-1' G1 151' 'f 211111111111111111Qi1fQ11111111111111111-2fe5l1H111W111111111231l1111111111111C11111'11E51fi1 1-d11':T3.11L11i,.J..4 .L4:1.1.1L1..J1L1f 115 '- f. ew V -11 EF '1511 .L511HM1ui1QiE11EE111uE11,111m 1-11 -1h111111m1E11M1L1,li5fL4, 1 ,1 - ---- fu- 4-eg - , 1.1 -V 1 'ca f W r - --efi-:Lg--1 - , 1 , 1. 1 X 11? t 1: t 8 , ,,. 51 1441 11 Q41 11 11 Y '11 121 -'11 it lf 13 11 ' 11 11, 11111 !.,jl I 'fi' 1 Q11 1' :Ai I1 f 1 1' '11 1 .1 1 V 1, l!1 1:15 1 111.311 1 11 1, ': 31 1 1 111 '11 1 ,171 1' 1 1 1 1 1 11 , 11 1 11 11 1 11 ' 1 , 1 1 -1 1 The James A. Gibson Anatomical Society 1 1 Q OFFICERS 11 1 1 1 if '51, 1' 111 1: 1 President ....... .. .. VINCENT D. LEONE 1 F irsz Vice-President .. .... JOHN J. BUSCAGLIA : 11 H Second Vice-President .. CARL A. HETTESHEIMER 11 1 'i 1 11 1 Secretary ............ ...... M ARGARET LODER '1 1 +711 11 Treasurer ..... .. FRANCIS T. CARBONE 1 f1' ' 1 Faculty Advisor .. .. VVAYNE J. ATWELL 1 111111 ,M 'f ,l1 1,1511 151'-ffii 1915-1 ' 14552 1 12 11:11 1 12551 1 2 121 Page Two Hundred Seventy-two VY, 1., ,L ifa? amd? 17? 'Q' 2 11 1 P-E' fi, -EL' T11 -Q 5 Fi 33, 1 .11 1211132 , ivvlq 1 5,1 .1 1 . 1 5 ii 21 ,V ,,1 ,f-4511 E ff, -1 5. -11' 31 5215131 11.575 4' 1 '-Q Ti Cv?" fi fjflrf ,LA , 1 1 1 1 wwf? ,.1,.1 1 i 1 513.15 sg fix Y 1 ' 1+ .1 ii! 5:3 3' JH? .12 I1 ' ' 5 1: fe-: 1. 1 , 1' Z .1 , ,EM - :RQ .JJ E --J 1.71 1 ,ig 51115. 1 2 ixgqf 23lX.Q 1:4 id E . 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DOUGLAS LEROY J. DAvIs DONALD C. GARVEY EDWARD H. GIBBONS EVELTN 1'1EATI'I CARL A. HETTESIJEIR-IER JOI-IN L. HOFFNIAN HENRY N. JQENWIELL ROSWELL PARK IQEYES VINCENT D. LEONE IQENNETH G. MOWATT ALLEN S. MORRIS CHESTER J. NADOLNY .JOHN L. NEI.IBERT CHARLES M. O7CONN0R ANTI-IONY C. PARIS ETHEL D. PILLION MILTON V. RAIJP .JAMES S. RECAN WERNER J. ROSE JAMES J. SANFORD GEORGE M. SHEARER SIGMUND B. SILVERBERC FREDERICK T. SCHANTZ FRANKLIN J. STERNBERG WILLIAM P. TAYLOR EUGENE M. SULLIVAN The James A. Gibson Anatomical Society is an honorary society founded by the members of the classes of 1919 alld 1920 as a tribute to the memory of Dr. V James A. Gibson and to perpetuate his ideals. 11 From the year 1894 until his death in 1917, Dr. Gibson was a member of 1 the teaching staff, serving first as an instructor in anatomy later as full time professor and as Dean of the Medical School. 1 Membership is open to those members of the sophomore class who have at- V 1 tained an average of 8512 or over ill their studies Of Cross Anatomy and Neuro- 1' anatomy, provided that the studies of these subjects have been made at the University of Buffalo. 1 1 i , The aim of the Society is to StiIIIulate and encourage the student in his 11 1 1 A., 1 ya' study of anatomy, a thorough knowledge of which is essential for the successful " 1 1 - 1 ' 1 . practice of medicine. -.gi 11 1, 1 11 1 l In 4 1 1 I '1 M1155 1 I 1311 ' . 11 J. . 'V in 1 QQEEF 2 Page Two Hundred Seventy-three 15 1 11 "Elm Y f'XX f- - " f' ' ' '12, ff 1. J"f'fTif. 'fiT1'lTTiT..1T.'.fi"1 1 - 1A-few'r1IT1f'ff-Tf1FR1111i11f1LC11'1- A 1 '1 T1.TW1'IT'1151111211EM-111'1511011111: -11-17111111 S 111 11'-'111'1' 1""1' 1111111 1M1!11"111'1'1-'1.11'1Fs'a1 111111 1 '111' -- PM 1 11:11 1111" .1 "1'f we-11'11,1. 1-f '1'1111'1 1 '111mU.111'.1.1.1111i11111111111111111E1Er111?1151111112111E1i11'1i,115'111112 if 51 gfw yg1..1fK! ..1. .rg iilligiif1r1..r,,,iU'L.'...1-Li-fflQ1LMQ,1 -M ,X w. X., I '-S-fs. The U.-B. Club of the Y. M. C. A. p President ...... . . FRED A. LOWE, Arts Vice-President . . .... DANIEL TQATZ, Arts Secretary .... LEGRANGE IQIRK, Law Treasurer .,...... .... J ULIUS GOLDSTEIN, Law Publicity Manager .. .. JoHN BACHMAN, Medicine The meeting of the U. B. CLUB, held weekly, is the common ground for fellowship for the entire student body. Here is offered the opportunity of the medic to sympathize with the overworked pharmicg to mingle with those of other colleges, to help create and maintain a unified university spirit, to en- courage loyalty to your Alma Materg to work for her best interests alwaysg and the case of the medic can he applied to any other student of any other college of the university. The U. B. CLUB has heard during the past year such men as Dean Marsh, Dean Alden, Dr. A. P. Sy, Thurman W. Stoner, Fenton M. Parke, John D. Wells, Dr. R. W. Boynton and Ganson Depew, Jr, Page Two Hundred Seventy-four 1" ' J T '33 .tl H 1 vw-. w V 1 . , .41 f .111 w 1 Y 1 1 V. .-1fiI , 4 rn A ml . I M' 4 1 A1 ,,. ,ip , . i v I 1 . 4 1 'EIA l x x wr . gf: w I I " 'ffliff' 'f.fw'f.' 1 ,J ..,x... l ' l .fix ""'i",.. Ji" ' L" QW 'f' N-1-A:-4-i-w ff - . fa, Y- " 1 'Z i .1 T - T 1. - i, ' 1 V if 47 . 'Swift Sw SM vf?"""Tfa'rg:'v?? 1Tf"'Sarr:'m w'ff1xff1s,f'i 'ffl - gf 5 ' " . 3 31 Till- ,T if 452 fx 4 gm ., .j.,' ' , 3fH.,' W W, .1'o'QT+2 1, fq H, 'i-,?'+'4,u,111fti,1gllT1yl1iv "wi '11 ill'-- , 1 1 5.1 . - -:' -vs 1, .L le' l ,'-wi '- cs "1 :QW ,QQ -lvl-, L1Ll,L3:3ilY, 1, ,. .,,- W' 1, V1 ,K , 1 1 1 1, 1. 1 1 1 , 1 1 1, 1 1 31 Iii"-f-Qi ,wif '1 1 1 1 1 -! '.-11' "W 1.1 ' E1 1 Il 11 11 ,A H391 ..-1131 -,111 1" 'N , Y, 11 . 11 , 1 is 11 1 '121 11 51 . 'I 11 11 1 11 1 ,, 'vw -1 1 -1 ' ,i T11 ,I 1'? ax ',.,Q1,1 1' 1 1-121 35.-'Zig I ' 1121215121 , 15:11 Q ,,-,tg " ' 11'11," ,111 1 ' W1 1 1 ,11'1':-151111111',Hl"'f,- 1 1 "'111".-',-Lfgg--'l1,111 , Women's U.-B. Club President .... . . . RUTH E. CARY, Arls '24 Vice-Presidenz ........,.. HELEN K. SLOAN, Arts '24 - Corresponding Secretary . HEI,EN L. XVILSON, Arts ,25 Recording Secretary ..... ANNA STISRR, Medicine ,25 Treasurer ......... .. ETHEL PINCUS, Arts '25 Page Two Ilunclred Seventy M--K,-,.,,,,-, ,. W. , , , 1 rf"'f'?'5q:'1f" ,V W , , V N, 1 1 13, 11,11 fra. N Enimuilm'L,g1fQ,.l,,,g-q-gg, ,,.,, je-gg, , . , 1 X fvL -f V- 2 - - V- f"N im fx ,.. - 1, ,W u 4 ,A r' Q. 1, K-gi 3. ,i Lf .fe , x 7.3-'Q iss- 2- an . Qin 5 i'4"""'+1UYTWTWTT-T?5"'lfl""' 'frfrrrm -rfmw .1 it Y:+,., Z. , 5 X , 4 't M4 f -954, , A ,, , -. - 'I ijt 'I f l lb' bu-5-,5-"ll,f:.1j ,-y 'l5,xUlL.5llll:ll1Q'j!1yft qwflftpg 1'f',,'q E' , Q-L T721 iii. .MQ J A. ffii -.-.iq sigffif il 155 ,Qi 'Ein y 3' 5 r B 1 b emal Women s U.- . C u rg '1he U.-B. Womens Club is an orgamzatlon for all women connected with fpdig the University, regular and special women students, alumnae, Wives of faculty .liQfQ,, members, office assistants and women members of the faculty. It was formed in gli? February, 1923, by the union of the WYomen's University Club and tl1e Univer- lihfifi 'sity branch of the Y. YV. C. A. Regular meetings are held the first and third Wednesdays in the girls' room at Foster Hall. Supper is served at 6:30 P. M. The purpose of the organization is 'cto further co-educational activity in the Universityf' The program for 1923-1924 included a Frosh Party, Alumnae night, Vocational Conference, Faculty Reception, Annual Dance, Christmas Party and Special Programs. CHAIRMEN, 1923-1924- Membership, Helen K. Sloan, Arts '24 Program--Edna Fischer, Arts '24 Publicity-Constance E. Curtiss, Arts '25. OFFICERS, 1924-1925-- President-Helen L. Wilson, Arts ,25. Vice-President-A-F.thel Pincus, Arts 725 Corresponding Secretary-Mabel Schoepflin, Arts '26 Recording Secretary-Clara Unrath, Medicine 725 Treasurer-Ruth Hawkins, Arts '25. Page Two Hundred Slfljllllly-S117 M M , X. , It , W , W -E+. B . ...,-.-. .,,.,, . ., , ,..,, ....-., V,,,r..y..x..!, 1 ' ' " ' .2-L I .. V. 1' '71-1 in - -V-fs ,4 ,, ,g . ., ,,,, "1 wtf- ,VH 12.-viii 1:-'iii lg -12, H2445 tivul 1,43 yigfgx s4i':'!"l Ml' 1, ffl, ,, .J 13211 Itfjfi twist 311135.17- ,il T if. . 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W . w E755-gf '- ifi? , K, Hit -A -4 .,g W , . 1 ' - +A:-J el , ,I tp , ' viii! N El Tail . -455 y . 151-3.2! L 3- wrt 3 W1 gs - 3 5 ii ' 7 N l , F iii' ' i , 'E-:L ' W Ai... 135. . , Q nail 4 iii 3 3.51 .,',,2. l H. F. Massa Eid . . Pres idcnt . L 1 ,: -- ' l v E15-I . SAM VANINI + JUSTIN MORGAN Vice-president ' The Blson Head Secretary Senior Society ri 12 l zfiiif , K W, iiririll With the growth of the University accelerated by the generosityand good ,I-', LEE! , , ! i T will of its friends, last year marked the entering wedge of student response to is ,A 'ia Lg , fe that growth, a wedge which opened a large Held of opportunity. Activities were Till-.l l " L" w entered into with new vigor. Not only were the old ones rejuvenated to that higher level demanded by the new and greater University, but new activities of Fil undergraduate interest and intercollegiate value were founded. Witli their 5222, foundation, student effort, fostered and aided by a patient and helpful interest on the part of the members of the faculty, placed these extra-curricular activities . .54 if on a firm foundation. :ee f' ' '- The realization of this fact grew until a cherished idea of some of the un- :if "J, dergraduates and their faculty advisers developed by dint of persistent and consistent effort into a reality. The result was the creation of Bison Head Senior '- Hia .I-"5 ww. ,ka g .,Vfe, "V Society. Its purpose was two-fold. Election to the Society by student leaders, P' sf . ' i M . , ggi subject to faculty approval, was a recognition of past effort, and more than that it was a group for the collation and interpretation of student opinion. With 5.-14 , 1523 15:11- :'-ffa these two purposes in mind a Constitution was prepared and after careful is r. P , .M l,.1 f,-, ., 5 deliberation and consideration twelve men of the Class of 1923 were elected to tif- .: ,... ,. membership. Here was a group that dispelled with finality the old idea of Ffa N 1 legal V -- 1 age, sectionalism between the various Schools and Colleges of the University. The Vg men were leaders in every activity, chosen not because of their affiliation with a eg-31 if ' gifs particular department but by rea-son of their contribution to the growth of a gjfeii Qs united University. Working earnestly and without ostentation the charter mein- l 11: ri- -51 " V3 K, -tx bers effected an organization which was entirely in keeping with the purposes 7 f I . it " l E- M A' 11 of its formation. flifg , ., H, l The present group was chosen after a careful consideration'of the Junior get l ,,,,., i--311 Class rolls of the various departments resulting in a final submission of seven fag: L, ,Will 272 l ' Page Two l'll1lH'll'l!d Setvfnly-cigl1L -' Lil '---'f-- - H - -- --- -An -- - - - - -- -. - ? , 1 . WW . g. 'JMU' U K M 'M M1 - 1 -, . fy il "N ' 'A' "f'4""" ' "Y ' z.. Q , ,jfuii --- l H, , I H, Nhgwiig ,iw , X wh Yi , J , ' . 7 X gm ,X X f.--7' www - N I M 4 1 4113 11 to , "M w-121, T'j,1tNwl MW' - it e su, ,l 44.31-:..5im,iJlu1lmlme. V : ""' -vlitu it N B+. 1 i i 1 i . i "W qi'f11iw'wr'f'ff' me i i v mf, aw " A., ti U, 1' ' 'Hlugvb1ilul1i'3'il'1v.f'i- W IH ll' Q3-'Yi' i all l V is it 1' it H if.inf'liililiitflililiiiwittffullliitlily J. P., , fa .11 ,, "' wifi' gz.',+..y- f, ::-v4g,.-a-- ,,y4g.- ,V at--.tv . -1 - a V 44.,. ,,,,, . ,,.,, gh, 4 16 Af I I 9 f 429' 'V x f I 5 fr, 1 ff ' f rw. f , , J K, R 7 A 1 M . . 'Za ' 4152141-. 5 jgjr 1343. ff. ' af, , , 1 f wig -V--wi, ikwf 'll -I ,-,, ,V ,, 1 wo N' W, 5 f X 1 , C. M. XVALLACIQ B, G. WAICEFIEl,D Treasurer names to the Faculty advisers of the Students' Activities Committee for their ap- proval as to the academic standing of the proposed members. The co-operation of the faculty was further shown by their prompt approbation of the men selected by the charter members to succeed themselves and the perm anency of the Society was assured. Wclrking under the ever attendant difficulties of a new and untried organiza- tion the present membership of Bison Head has held periodic meetings, discust current undergraduate problems, crystallized opinion on important matters of student life, and have given assistance and advice where possible. With a mem- bership represented by the Editor of the Bison, Chairman of the Student's Activ- ities Committee, Editor of the Iris, Captain of the Basketball Team, President of the Students, Athletic Association, Manager of Football, Advertising Manager of the Iris, Manager of Basketball, Extension Director of the Bison, one of the Debate Captains and many other activities their influence has been more potent than at times has been realized. - It is with the earnest desire that the sanguine hopes of its founders may be increasingly realized in the future, and that the student body as a whole will V I' ' N 1" i i i n :1 A 1' ffl' cl i V? ' 5 f A if ,iv .4' ig' 1 A, it ii I ll H :ww il '52,-ffl fligllfmi L' i ,ix I 4 L , - ,4 lh,P'.'4 ltfjtyi l S i l i 1, L ,pi if ' I 1 . 'l H i ia, .-.Q , V - , i, . w 5 ll' ai if-ta" iiidffii it ' vL A 5? .F "2-:wil f 11 .fifil :fl iefesq Qlf-hifi' Ifiqafii Uni' i?'+l I J" i L?21i I l utilize the potentialities of such an Head are selecting their successors. organization, that the members of Bison , X V Qi", -- iff: ' 5 gf - 'w-:IVF - I -:f-.-:.g: ':2:Qr.f.' as xeyamzfaf . W.. va f DUAL 'WX-'vga 'r rw s A , . . w 4zcf'1"f:-fr 4-zff xisgyt rg 'saturn'-5 'uf -any .. :gmc -.nf-' ts' . ,egg ff-. 1 . s Q 443-:,gaq,,,g,-.4 s,vf.:2q:5,.,:' .f::-.-- b " t ' I Q ' ' :': .- . . :rt,z1.:e15:3s, , if 1-:5',..,,--' .g.:1fs::s.gf"-.,:s1g sg .aa -, rf'-fzgf-img 2:,:.3g:: , 'A V - - .. ' --r' - 755, -V-141 --3 asf- v.3:,w..:eff.:.4 V z .,. ' , , . '-ss.-.1- -' rv ' .aa:rsa:as22::sws1.:ar:':i-rv X:-few rf . 14: 4,1355 ,K ,1+e:::q,a-:.s- f,-pamastpzrf'ssnrwia: ..ffa?'a.'45' . .aa.z:vra Q-:rss Mn'- 1-:',:-'1.2' " . ' 1'-lf'-6:-: ,f :1:E:E3.2i3l2" 11.112, 5.1. - Q- '- -n.2,.Q1"i.5165.21-,I ,. .rg-ags:1:fe-5:1wx.. 1, -1,g,.54' . '- '- . sf t75E1.7'ifi25iibZ-75.7-'Zhi-.Ito ' -. 254593: "5Zfi55:3V54!V75?2? ,-. -rf sszrfarsssstrfw:r:.2:f::':::s:3 J rf by3t"Qs,Q1.:.af:2f::azV:: 4'-A-'.s:mevrv:ssssrf-1:-.:m:1:. sf' .w- 1:- v,.:.-.mae Y fc ., V .. CARLTON ROBERTS THoMAs GANIM Page Two Hundred Seventy-nine lift i 'i 's inks 22+ ,i iiilliiultli ' '- 12 ma, 'gm i'i?"q,:.' 1' .fi5Q'wL,lt.1 w H1-.'lgi,l1'i" r. V' H 4 1-'-1 'lg ' A , 1.3, 1 jj 5, 'X -1 My E Eg! 1' ,L1U'fVg'5 'N' "5 13 Ulf' ' 1 U ll 'llii IElHiiIi'lim?53mllli:I'lUlN1if5vf,iag,Q1'Q5,M,'ggfg4fL-guy. iQ V .3 ll rig., qv ,Zig Y Vg -gyiirljzijg Y' 2-xiglig. lvl" rlilf 'L - 7-- V. Y, x AA,,,,Y..,,,1. 33 'mm ,v V 1 :xf-1. aw! W' 'wxlwl 'v . Xl , , W, wi N, 31:1 ' 1 4 -. , .HL 1 nu I Jmwv.: ij' 'WL 41,- EIIIQMTHIBUTUHEK S NQ7 I , , , FQ- ,.,. .. C'3orinda Sage Gvelyn Satvum ella worcbard Gbarlotte f7Vlc5"Cleer 6Z27inif?ed Rowley Stbel Qincus gfelen Sider cgrmette Cweintraub cnnnabelle 'Zfaulds Jfdelaide Qander Qoratby Qucklin Selma .fearman ' 7 ' ' " "" ' "fr 1'-' L X ff---v-1 fA" 1 ff' -HW-'YY -- - " ffl -,. '.. ?,L"i'1igTii".'. ' . ..--r..wi.ii' fiilldiiflilirdwvruiii i3i15liJ1'i'1 112111Qzzf'1 ctff--1.51 . rf- .A . 1:1111 ..-.1111f111114.11-1...1gQgs.11111.11111,111.1 gp. 11Wl11111.z1e1i 11. 1' iwiiwfK1Lu111LuE,:1P1'W1FWF. :se 1.111 .Q 1 .J 1:11 1, -Lit 57.11" 1. . 1.,tig1.151132M11s111111'..q.1,31.1rfl1fM11it2P1 1:7 .1 .W ,W 1.7.7 -.m.....Q .--..-., .....,..,mm..,., ,gay--gk 1 . f .. ..-.. .-.--mm .. . YW-. .W L L1 1 1 ' 1 1-'iii 5 fi -W 1 wh 111 2 ,L1 1 L.. ,U we 112 11 r lfllffifllii . 1 L A 1 A V 1 1 1 W . L1 1 1'--' -. 1 1 f IE! M31 . 1 ,girl 1 3:2151 1 3 1 1' " '1 X , '1 . ...T 1 qssqiii 5 fs.. ' E9 -A A ii ' L. 55113 ,L 1 LESLIE I. TWARSH, PH. G. y Alumni Editor ifilfQ ' 1 QE 'ski Foreword 1 , YH. . ' 11,55 ii gin.: 1 Largely due to the Alumni Club of the University of Buffalo a newh spirit i. has been born among the Alumni. Since provided with the conveniences of the club house we have become 192- acquainted with members of the Alumni from the various departments. 5515'- 1 . f This has brought about a distinct difference between our old Alumni and the new. The old Alumni merely required, as we might say, the mechanical 1 ' ' W, . process of graduating and We were an Alumnus. To day in checking up the 1+ 11 members of the Alumni we find a new atmosphere. There is a greater increase 1" ' in members who are taking an active interest i11 University of Buffalo and its , affairs. Ep! 1' In the past year we have all heard much criticism on various activities of our f L .1- University. Athletics have been a common topic. We have heard, pro and con, 1.. how they should be managed. lg ff It has caused different factions and we have heard some accused of being 121.-1 I-.,, 1' i-.4711 if ' 4- 1 1 knockers but in checking up these members we will find that ninety-nine per 111"1 'Y . . . . . . H - It cent of them are not knockers but are merely giving some constructive cr1t1c1sm It . gl 1. and at heart they are loyal ,Alumnus who are on their toes wanting to see winning 1 , teams turned out and both the faculty and the Alumni pulling together. if 41 . 1 Only a few years ago this keen spirit was lacking, we were at a stand still . 41 regarding activities of our University. . 'J 1, Q1 We havebeen fortunate in having winning teams in Basketball, which is ..,1 3 1 -',15.1'1 1151! 1. 2... . . 11-N 1 jg gl 1 Page 'Iwo Hzuldrecl Nuuzty-three if .221 ,A . 1,173 ' lik' T Alix., X 7 g. 1 1--'--Q--W A xg li " X wifi! HA. i,V,..4 1 , 1.,1v . 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' This sport especially needs our whole hearted co-operation and in fact the success of our entire Athletic system depends upon the loyal support of a fight- ing Alumni who will stand by in defeat as well as in victory. We, as members should ask ourselves if we are meeting the requirements of a good Alumnus, for loyalty to our Alma Mater is the greatest asset 'to ia University. - The U. of B. celebrated Washington's birthday with its customary convoca- tion in the morning and with the annual dinner of the Federated Alumni Asso- ciation in the evening. Owing to the lack of an auditorium, there are few occasions during the year when the students and friends of the institution can assemble to hear noted speakers, and Washington's birthday has been celebrated for 23 years as Uni- versity day. This year the University members, in all its divisions, more than 2600 students. Huston Thompson of Washington, Chairman of the Federal Trade Com- mission, and former Attorney General of -the United States, was the speaker at the morning exercises and chose as his subject, Mwashington vs. YVilson." He treated these noted characters as to their attitude on economic questions. Chan- cellor Capen presided, at which time he announced recent gifts to the University. At 7:00 o'clock in the evening the Federated Alumni Association, composed of graduates from all divisions, gave its tenth annual dinner. Loran L. Lewis, L. L. B., '87, presided as toastmaster and introduced Parton Swift, member of the State Assembly, and Chancellor Samuel Patil Capen, who spoke informally of the progress and plans of thc University. Page Two Hundred Ninety-four T TV --1' 11 f' 1 'fl'11-',- lil .. :A . fl .1 1ii1,.1'1 "' . . . 1 f W H HQ dy 65 N Q ,lx U 111,11 ,I N111,11M11iUiLzil1'W1!1lTF.1TT1 illlilll ff' 1. 154 1 .gg l l Q1-1: , MEAL' i l g 1 1 L , , 15' ':,, 1 133 1 Hia? P l L-H-21 I 1 lx ?I ' TTL E 1 K Elf! i I 1 62511 l iygfgl 1 1 ' M51 1 l F? 1 235 I ai? ' laiiizf 1 ' V15 ' 1 I . 153.5 i 3755 ' Iii' . 1.-LE 1 1 1 1 -3 E11 yds- 1111Il111l11E11li111l -... r...An-rr..n-.r.. A -,,-,d.g--,-,wi ,, ,,m?,3i - vu- M---H X W . ,R Q....:A. X.. I!--T-Fix I ll W A I :V t fel- I- WJ., ,. M Y WW w P ' f t' t 'Q ' l 'l Du. L. L. MULCAI-ir. D. D. S. A Dr. L. L. Mulcahy is an Alumnus of the University of Buffalo who has gained a reputation in his profession. He has been one of the ardent supporters of the Uni- versity Alumni and has just completed a most successful year as President of the Eighth District Dental Society. The honorary degree of 'Tlunidingerl' was conferred upon him as a Prince of good fellows. Du. NIELSON W. S'1'noHM. M. D. Dr. Nelson YV. Strohm is one of the live wires of the medical profession and has been one of our greatest workers in our University activities. He is a past Presi- dent of the Athletic Council and under his careful lead- ership the entire debt has been wiped out which started the season of 1923-24 with a clean slate. 4 zip ' Du. A1:'1'nUn J. MCCAIl'l'I'IX'. D. D. S. . Dr. Arthur 1. McCarthy has spent much time and Zuz t energy 1n behalf of the dental profession and our Alumni. He is the newly elected President of the . ' 1- . - - .4.f-4 ,4, ltlglitll District Dental Society and we prophesy a sue- cessful year for every one will try lo make it a big year for their good f ricnd Mau. K V GEORGE G. DAVIDSON. L. L. B. Mr. Davidson graduated from the Buffalo Law School , F. in 1897. He is an active worker in University affairs and 3 a strong supporter of the Alumni Club of which he is 33 President. Recently he has been honored by being elect- ,', ed President of the Board of Trustees of the Buffalo .31 Public Library Association. ,Z It ,.u . 11-.4 J -- lage Two l'lunclrecl Nillety-firm 1 -2.1. -1 pggigggg, ,jj,,.11e,,-...f' if .1 5'H-f----f'3"""Ajg'--+1 . 3 . girixif iff. H, ,I WW. -g ,X L N ,X f 71-V5 Lili? -If.,.4.:'.y,:1-3 , -1 ,, 1. ,, 1 A"-.'W"""t ' ' 'W is ' V' .ff '9-ll J- - L ii '1 - .2 -f , : I .. N' is ' U"lb-willli.ll1lLl'2lQmimg ' If .-r iff lil- wi , , r- - U.fgl,..Lga4, l ...wwf-h 5 4 ,X SA FE LTR-1? Us-mfg' Q7 im We ff-Qvtil sf' SMLEJ lain 'C 7 HMM W if '--4' M-MEH'i'L 'D' ""lf?E1 lil- f ylifd eififl' DR. CALVIN J. WOODWORTI-I. D. D. S. iii Dr. Galvin J. Woodworth is well known in the dental - 1 1 Jrf' profession and has been an ardent worker to unite the Alumni believing its success depends largely upon its loyalty and unity. He devoted much hard work towards the development of the Alumni Club of which he IS A .Q Treasurer. CARLOS C. ALDEN L. L. M. J. D. Carlos C. Alden, Dean of the Buffalo Law School needs no introduction here. His powerful influence in law has been felt hy all who have had the privilege of attending U. B. Law School. He also carries great weight in the civic affairs of Buffalo. . 5, D - l gm, fa 1 f aiu 1 53251 f ! E32 ' 4 K 5 -l.. . DR. EDGAR R. MCC-mms, M.D. Dr. Edgar B. lVl.cGuire is another Alumnus of the Uni- WILLIAB1 V. IRONS PH. D. Dr. Irons is one of the very active members of the Pharmacy Faculty. He has been particularly interested in Athletics and is Treasurer of the Athletic Council. Dr. Irons has been one of our most loyal workers and has co-operated one hundred per cent with the Alumni. 4 'LW L?-125 li E-5: U '- +I: A-....-A ri: Weiss' i Iiiififij fi? llig k??z ta IL .-.A i si 5 if iii? H. ga ' I4 5 ,aijg E22 L' fi t assi 5 .KT ' V2 NLT Q3 versity of Buffalo who has gained a reputation in sur- gery and is Professor of Surgery at the Medical School. He is one of our willing workers in the Alumni and prominent in all University functions. Page Two Hltil,dl'0!l Nilzely-six ,.gg1v,w.'-: ' -A ' 'ww -A-.-A xi-15' ,:,,,.. N? ,Q f' 75 H571 l FT 5 WI -' 1134 I iff.: ii ' E 1 1 j l J I -fiffl ' 11,515.52 A fare: '1 , A- ,ff ll 1.l..:.J+.' " i. .'-.givin , . N - , 4 ,H jr . J- 5 5:-. V :f71w1' r. u ,W ' P, WY-1?ggg l ,Us-1 ', , :H 1 . ,. wx X r V., I..-,I N , 1.3 .1 '- git, in 1 -5 k V f fQuau.lU- nib-1 .... L ' A JL: .fi 1-. Ugg ,w-- A-. JT f'fYr.! N . n....r.r4.... ..... , 1,.r.d!.1la:.1f...,g5 1 f" Page Two Hundred Ninety-seven , , wq--- ----V - f-bf--iv,----f-, , V----1 .V., !,: ,1W,1, V I I I 4 y 'ki 'Vu "L , - X'-1"t!l' -"' xx 1 ' 7 E' f"' f " ,F 'ffl ,M ,-,Q:g'f'Q, , 1 .II 21 .1 Af' 'Y-I I " I 52 - . I R11 ' wfv I ,ski QS M3112 A If I-19.9, IwfwrmhIEIEQQRI:I.I-mil,IW,w:Ifsf.I1hMfmevhsrlrsll.emu .I I,-J: M, EA- - ,zu - :. S+ --4- -- ' I' -' ' ' -7:34 ' 1 ' EOE 'I 221 . ,EQ I .ii i lggi wg fgxziq 5.1 , 1i':i4bQe1 ' Iii Ii: I -A ' Q .3715 Hfyfi X ALL: I F? fl :Y 1 3 f, T1 ,. .gg I ' "I he ' QQ , ' J I . 4 . , ,ii I ugh, - 1 , 1 1 , 5' 'i I , . I Jn' . j5cT?T?I' yvwfxh. 5335.153 L51 ,Arif Jv1Te.:: Ein : 223 Ii?-5 if 'HQ L .7-1 A- fx 1' 147 I-. . 14,3 A The Alumni Club F. i, 2 President ........ ..,.. M R. GEORGE G. DAVIDSON, JR. I A , F irsl V ice-President ........ DR. WILLIS G. GREGORY "N Second Vice-President .. MR. WAL1'ER P. COOKE 53 ' -'I A U, 1 E 5521 A I FL l lipiii 1 I I 5551 2 , 5155: I xiii A. 3 -QQ-,QL ' 5-Eff A :rw I 541 '- '- I I 'li I fn' .-A. .I - -I-1 Secrezary ............ ........ D R. A. B. LEMON A Treasurer .............. DR. J. GALVIN WOODWORTH lf Y 1 -S515 " A ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE HOUSE COMMITTEE DR. DANIEL H. SQUIRE MR. W. J. BLACIQBURN-Chairman MR. T. F. WILLIAMS DR. ROYAL A. PAJITON DR. CHARLES PANKOW MR. VAL E. O,GRADY DR. JULIUS RICI-ITER . MR. J. V. MALONEY-Advisory Member MR. MOREY BARTHOLOMEW MR. F. A. MCKOWNE-Advisory Memb. I -I I I Pill Page Two Hundred Ninety-eight OFFICERS OF '1',l-.IIC ALUMNl CLUB, 1923-24 Presidenz . . . . . . . ....,.... GEO. G. DAVIDSON, JR. Vice-President WII,I,lS G. GREGORY Vice-PrcsiflenL Svc.-retary .... . XVALTER P. COOKE .. . .......... A. B. LEMON Treasurer .. ............... J. CALVIN WOODWV0li'1'I'I Clmirmvn Of House C!IIIlIT1illl?l3 .... YV. J. BLACKBUIIN Chairman of Enlerl'ainm.0nz Cmnmitlce D. H. SQUIRE Chairman of Menzbcrship Comnzillcc LLOYD E. LELAND BOARD OF GOVERNOR5 1924 Class GEO. G. DAVIDSON, JR. M. B. ESI-ILEMAN W. B. FRYE P. B. GOETZ A. B. LEMON A. P. SY 1925 Class LOUIS B. HART J. OPPIE MCCALL E. C. SCI-ILENKER NEZI.SCJN G. RUSSELL J. G. WOOIIWORTH LEON PRIOR 1926 Class FRANK B. BAIRD A. G. BARTHOLOMEW W. ff. BLACKEURN W. G. GREGORY GROVER W. WENDE W. L. MACHEMER 1927 Class A. H. AARON E. H. BUTLER W. P. COOKE R. P. DOBBIE V. E. O,GRADY T. F. WILLIAMS Page Two Hulrflred Ninety mm, ' .WA .. W . -, --,,,-4....,,. fx Y ,,,L....-- I 1 5 1 I J, A ,.. g .gg I L.,.. . I S 'rv 9 4 -I' L K+' P -X L ' -5,..,' 11" ..g. ,, ,,.A, A, . ,, , Q, - -' ' ,. .f'- i . 4 ' 1 I 1" , i, VH- 7 .rffh W -f M,...T-.... Y .. ,Y . HW v . llinggf--we ----'fi The Alumni Club No truer Slogan has ever been written for the University tha11 the one used by the Federated Alumni Association which reads 'cThe Loyalty of the Alumni is the Greatest Asset to its Alma Mater." Following the memorial fall of 1920, when friends of the University number- ing over 25,000, set the Machinery of the Greater University of Buffalo in Motion, it was discovered that U. B. did not possess that mentioned in its Slogan. Six thousand graduates without a meeting place, without contact, without unity, without strength. Six thousand graduates split into unnumerable groups. Each for the University of Buffalo. In the Spring of 1922, about 800 men who realize the value of organization, subscribed 3100 each toward the purchase of a home for the Alumni of U. B. This marked the first effort in the history of the University that threatened to melt the Alumni Cliques into one great force for the advancement of policies favorable to the development of the University of Buffalo. This club of graduates, known as the Alumni Club of the University of Buffalo, is now in its second year of accomplishments. No one can deny with sincerity, that the club has begun to give our Slogan some significance. The uAsseta' of uAlumni Loyalty" it at last becoming apparent. Even a casual observer could not overlook the excellent interdepartmental feeling that has sprung up among the graduates who are taking advantage of the beautiful Club House at l47 North Street. if the spirit of aloofness ever did exist, it has evaporated. The Establishment of a Club House has been an asset to the Uni- versity in providing a comfortable and convenient meeting place on many occa- sions when the University has acted as host. Delegates to the Urban University conclave last fall. were loud in their praisc of the meeting place afforded thein by the Alumni Club, proclaiming the purpose of the Club something unique in connection with Universities and highly commendable. The Club is serving two distinct purposes as related directly to its members. The social intercourse aitorded by the privileges of the Club House can only be appreciated by a visit to the Club on Thursday or Saturday evenings. The second purpose, the development of Alumni Spirit is going on every day across the luncheon table. The Alumni has begun to take an active interest in Uni- versity activities they hardly knew existed before and the seed of that interest is being sown at the around-tablen luncheons held every noon. Upon looking over the social register for the Winter just passed one finds entertainment to meet all tastes. The regular uSaturday Nightersn introduced when the Club House was opened are still popular. The Entertainments have Page Three Hundred t ki t +ft1'-111t11We11 1 ' ' 1' f' 'lt IM ,.. , 1 .1 t1 11 1 11U"'-L1 11 . iw '.1'1'1 1 - 1111111156111 1' included everything from amateur boxing lo grand opera. 'l'ournamenl,s have been conducted during the winter in pool, bridge., chess, checkers, and Russian bank. The tournaments have been well patronized and have added materially to the social programme. The Mliadies Nights" have grown in popularity. Especially the last Thursday evening in each month upon which has been held a uDinner Dance." Wfhile the Club at present has no privileges for the undergraduate, a num- ber of programmes have been arranged which admitted the students. President DR. A. B. LEMON Secretary Yvende in his annual report, urged the early erection of a gymnasium and pool which should be open to undergraduates' use. The Alumni Club should present a strong appeal to the recent graduate. Most men carry with them when they graduate a maximum of spirit and interest in their Alma Mater. That Hre of enthusiasm burns out unless it is fanned by contact with University activities. There is no better medium for bringing about a full realization of our Slogan than the Alumni Club. 'ETILQ Loyalty of the Alumni is the Greatest Asset lo its Alma tlfluterf' fi Page Three Hundred-one -- -7---W --- -- .-ir. ,,.-7--- V U- 4 .,A... ,,,,, - - aff, , ,,,, Y -YV V YY 2 - wiv igd ,, ", gf I ,faq fs' A f If-W gi s e -. s - Q lzgii'-5" -I 1-IR' '. V Y :JI .V 'iw , 1 '- '- 4. . y W '57, -1:-G The Three Hour for Lunch Club Orr: Gosh, but Iim thirsty. Waiter: Just a minute and I'l1 get you some water. Orr: I said thirsty, not dirty. llloore: I played poker last night. Dobilz How cud you come out? Mrzfarez Fine. I W0l1 eifrht Jreseri Jtions. ca l I Dr. fllachemer: Wl1a't are the names of the hones in your hand? Student.: Dice. McKee: Trotter,--I'll give you a pint of Scotch if you'll hurry over to my house and get my grip. Hurry now-what! Hainit you gone yet? Trotter: Gone? Mac, I'm hack! O,Grady wishes to announce that he was horn on the east side, on Genesee St., east of Jefferson. O,Shaunnesy and Leon Smith were uncertainly Hivvering their way home from a party. uLeon,,' said O'Shaunnes , 'QI wancha to he ver careful. Firs' thin I know Y Y g Y you'll have us in a ditchf c'Me?,' said Biel in astonishment, "Why, I thought vou was drivin'.', Customer: 'GM God! You ave m wife arsenic instead of slee in owderli' Y g Y P g P Williams: Wfhat all right. You owe me I5 cents moref, Drew, after a late party one night, surveyed himself in the hair brush in- stead of the mirror. uGosh, hut I need a shavef, l1e said. Bigelow: I went to a stag party last night. Steward: Yes, I heard you staggering as you came in. Woodworth, whispering to the elevator man, L'Otto, please stop easy when you let this lady off at the first floor. I've just put a full upper plate in her mouthf' Page Three I'I1mtl1'vLl Two ff .ex "T 'W ' ' K qs' '- T12-,31""g" 'iffy'f"i'riiif"""' " f"-f ' W 1 A. X. ,3 , X X ,. X ,W rf, tv r ry .X. , V .. V, "W ,M l I r l I r i ,r 1 . W: if Y '- 1 lu' V' rg'-ft' UQ ' A' H' ', , . g,,,,l,, . 1:1qp11,,1.W, H111 fi p 1 ff? i ,5 1.21 ..,.1 .1 ,SW , 1, P:-1 ,Z 'd+:'.1Y1f1'1 , 1 1 ,x,.,,,1,,1.1 -..1 Q, ,, M... 1 1 161 ' X.. . X ,, F97 N 111 IAQJL, 1' ".. iifff T y'--- -f f -ff' 4-ff A 1- ' - 151 4, 1 Q: , -X1 , 11 r 1 1 1-11,11.11'.1 11' ,- -1 T 1. 'L ' ,.,,, . 1 11 ' 1f.1i,1'11'Y"1T1'11111-'1111,1W"' 1-f"iT'11 '-'51 .1--1131-5 H11 11 111,111'j1L --.f1Q1,!1j1111, 11 7 H 111'1W1':f5R41ll1M"1U111!Wx?" 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V11 1 -I+ Y ' ," i'f.f!1 l W ' gg 1 Hr w, -"1 r -X--m 1 -itil Page Three llundrcd lfour :"- 'K EY---i----3 -.U , , w ,- -W-4 i'7ff ,f.f"" 'Q 'E , i- ' , .TMP . ff' , JT"""?"T"vf'f'fww'-'f -'-' ff JL1i'fvf91'l r-H Y w , f 1 "uni" ' ., Ifff ., .11"fi.1.,..,..v.V..'fi1ff,I:lf' A ff' W ww uf "NN A Qwlgljmgl y nw .., . ., Y- ' ' X .. .J 1 ....L4L:1lg,-' Amlljlgi. .lux IW . .,. km.. J -........, at Sigma Kappa ALPHA BETA CHAPTER ll Minnesota Avenue Founded 1874, Colby College OFFICERS President .... ........... B . CAT HERINI-3 lTl,Al.l, l'!iC0-1Il'0Sill0l1,l ...... Kecorrling Secretary .... . . Corresponding Secretary rw Page Three Hundred Six I rcasurer ...... . . ..... . . HELEN O. Po'1'TE1: DOROTHY C. DAY Glslrrlcunlz Wssmzlc Blzssnz SCHMIDLIN - ,fu F11 x k I A 1 V . rt. ,M V .Y 1 -,. 'V - 1-, ,,, v, ,' . ,k " 1 w V L 1 , . .Q f J V ' A 'W I '44 " -"gf A 5: 'L' zlillry will-1, '4 - '..4..!..LLl41,-gL4-fil2L N l F 71' ,, , , ,, , Q- L, -fy xr - ., Y ,, W, , W, ,... - ,-.. I I I I I I I I 1 , :I II QI fl M -I ..-, .II 1. ..I , .I I I I : II yI :A1 I , II I I 1 1 ' .II I 1' nl 1 I I1 'AI I ,II I A1 'I I 1 QLI ,gtg l.'1 -, 'I , I 11 Q A31 ,H AI IJl.I..'+ A I, IMI A L .rl ,fry 1'I,'1-,el I F11 - :I -lm JI :+I 2 iff I Elf I fi I .QI I L .l F2539 1 fi 1 I iii? I E 1 If ,fl I Iifiii 1 I I .2291 1 if 1 r :l -E551 Class of 1924 MILIJRIQI1 BIIJRI-:L RI-:IsIzccA DANE DOROTHY C. DAY B. CA'l'1'Il'IlilNl41 1ilAl,l,. GRACE Mi. Hmcocla OLIVIA: LESTER 1'1lCI,l5IN O. P0'I"I'IcR BIQATRICI-1 SMl'l'l'I .ADA K. S'I'ANI.m' MEMBERS Class of 1925 lfA'l'!'IIiRlNI'I BROWNICLI, VIRGINIA FAIRBAIRN .lASMINl'1 HAImI.1sIsIf1IxI lVlll,Dlil'ZlJ F. 1VliABIsI2 BIsrssII-1 SCIIIDLIIN ALICE SCIIlJ'l"l' GI'Ill'I'l!UlJI'1 WIiSI,l'llI .lfledges Class of 1926 MARION CARROLL ANNARELLIQ FAULDS MAISIEI. SCIEIOEPFLIN CoNs'I'ANcIf: G. Vous Class of 1927 I'IENRllC'lT'1'A CHRISTEN JULIA HBNNING MARII: STIzvENs MARCARIVI' WATSON IVIILIARIQIJ KRAUS Wll.l.AX lj0R0'l'lIY GI LLESPI Ii CHAPTER ROLL ALPIIA ... ........................................... ,.... . . ... Colby College BIQTA AND GAMMA CUNSOLIIHATIQD WITH ALPHA Boston University DELTA ..... . ....,.................................... EPSILON ZIETA . . . ETA .... TI-IlZ'I'A ... .. . .. . . ................................................. Syracuse University George Washington University Illinois Wesleyan University . . . . . . . . University of Illinois IOTA .......................................................... University of Denver lY1IKPP.K, UWINI: T0 'rms UNIVIQRSITY RULING CHARTIQR SURRICNDERED LAIVIBA .. .................................................... University of California MU .... .. University of Washington NU ...... XI ......... OMICIEON ... PI ........ RHO . . . SIGMA . . . TAU ..... UPsILoN .. PHI ..... CHI .. Psi OMEGA ....... . ALPHATA BETA .. ALPHA GAMMA ALPHA DELTA ALPHIX EPSILON .. .ALPHA ZETA .... J-ALPHA ETA .... . ALPHA THETA . . . ALPHA IOTA ALPHA IQAPPA . . . ALPHA LAMBA .. ALPHA MU .... .. . . . . Middlebury College University of Kansas Jackson College Leland Stanford Junior University Randolph Macon. Womanls College 1 ,q xv J .II-.II 'T7i..:ffI:--1 II ' "' I-,. ....II II .IX , II I . I I .1- , ,K , ., . . . . . Southern Methodist University .. . . . . . . . . . .. University of Indiana . . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . Rhode Island State College Ohio State University .. . . . . . . . . . . University of Wisconsin Florida State College for Women .. . . . . . . . .. University of Buffalo . . Washington State College . . University of Tennessee ... . .. Iowa State College . . . . . . . Cornell University .. University of Minnesota University of Louisville' Indiana University .. University of Nebraska . . . . . . . Adelphi College .. 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W ILSON MEMBERS Class of 1926 1CAT'l'IRYN L. CARTSON DOROTHY PIERMAN L. ELAINI4: RUBERY LOUISE A. SCHWARE DOROTIIY K. VAN TINE LEVA M. WALLACE Class of 1927 AIJELAIIJI-1 M. GANDER ICATIIERINE L. JUN1: BARBARA L. IQIMBICRLY ALICE M. LIVINGSTON ALPHA . . . BETA ..... GAMMA . . DELTA . . . EPSILON . . . ZETA ..... ETA .... THETA . . . IOTA . . . IQAPPA LAMBDA . . MU .... NU .... XI ....... OMICRON . . . PI ...,... RHO . . . SIGMA .. TAU ...... UPSILON . . . PHI .... CHI . . . PEI ......... OMEGA ...... . EPSILON ALPHA EPSILON BETA .. ALPHA ALPHA .. ALPHA BETA .. DELTA ALPHA . GAMMA ALPHA DELTA BETA .... ALPHA GAMMA Him ,REI -S--'ff -A-A-f -- 'ff -- Y -ga.-if-ft-U N- -A A ---- f- - fm- nk I-ALI . LA. ' ww., Pledge I-IO RTICNSE ODELL CHAPTER ROLL . . . . . . Syracuse University . . . University of Wisconsin . . . . . . Wesleyan University . . . University of Minnesota . . . University of Kentucky ...... University of Ohio .. . . . De Pauw University . . . . . . . . . .. Couclzer College University of Washington .. . . . . . .. Alleghany College . . Northwestern University .. . . . . . . . . . . Brenau College ......... .. Boston University . . .. Illinois Wesleyan University .. . . . . University of California Coe College . . .. Iowa State College . . . , University of Illinois . . . . . University of Toronto . . . . . . University of Olclaltoma . , . . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . Michigan Agricultural College ... . . . .. University of Alabama . . . . . . . Akron University University of Missouri . . . University of Kansas ... . . . . . . . . . University of Buffalo . . . . . . . . . .. University of Michigan . . University of Southern California . . . . . . . . .. University of Georgia . . . Washington State College . . . University of Cincinnati Page Tlzree lIIIIIflr4:d Nine --A ,. f .-.1IHIlF'z.wf .- I .213 A -2'3 T I -'.ITlI'l1tII:1i. 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'Q ...Q ZLESLEQ il , .. nf-.JJ I '7 "H Fiiiff 5.3 If 'Z sf? .54 Ile., I 5 5. ii i . .I V4 i 1 1-:eil H+ 'I Pi Kappa Phi Organized 1921, University of Buffalo OFFICERS. President ..... ..... H .ELEN K. SLOAN V ice-President ......... .. CLARA UNRA1'I-I Corresponding Secretary . . . . ANNA BUCKHAM 1 Recording Secretary .... . . XVINIFRED IQELLY Treasurer .......... .. MOLIJIE JONES 1 I Y-w W Hi J '-"N 1 I :Qi Page Three Hullfired Twelve :,fn'mm"-'f'-'.,":"-.1 -'ff rf' :H ' 'U f. ' 1 f. D -Mr Y Y r if --W -' ' mm. .,..1--1x1,,m1,,w, . Y H .,- wyg A . In ' w W 1 .I..Ni1l,'Ni, N. . . 1 Y s w Q . L A f 'arg -If L- ri amwmwwwwmrwwmiwe ww- HL ww -1 've -uf Q - 1 .,....,.. ,..v-,- .-,,,,.,,y,,, L. .... .. ,... Jn.. ,,. - w -' Q ,- .V . . 0 WT i refs r .14 Uiff L w? 1':fN .A ., , V i - I Z T W 13: I ia-w w . . ! X T ..H.' Lim i.L- if rffy 'QLL--ui Q N '5f'ifl f-xi lg. iffsifii xy fiflf-iii If-'-ffl! LYAJT95 LE f.w ig- ll lk. . i giab k- .Q ilgsflfw IF ' :N L? xl ps VTE, 4' V.-H A 1' :M wpe-1 . 3.737 2 . I .i i 535' fig -3 i W 'M f 111 -135 qw 1 uf1.,' ' U I I l MEMBERS Class 1924 ANNA J. BUCKHAM WINIFRED J. ICELLY MOI,I.IE A. JONES Class of 1925 HELEN M. BELL EDITH T. BARNES HELEN K. SLOAN ELIZABETH BUTTERFIELD ARLINE ROBINSON CLARA H. UNRATH ANNA M. STERR Class of 1926 MILDRED M. WINNER EMMA M. ELLIS Page Three Humlrecl Thirteen I HELEN E. SIDER FRANCES FORD Class of 1927 ROSEMARY RICHARDSON NORMA J. LARRISON ' HELEN OEHLER ,I Pledges GERALDINE IQINC DOROTHY GOODMAN .I l N N Il N I .il ff :I L A L .- . LQ, L- E.-. .X-.-.-.-.-.--.-..L.--.-. - . W'w:mf'wTf,T"lTLEE14?-5-jI 4 M' ral 5, V, , Q V X an Il. L A54 - all fl? ffl " ' I f 1 fx l" f"'1l " " 'lfiliwffllll ' ,. . - A A - ,V X ... I .L . K-.Y 'VL 7 l Cu, .- N 3' Elf ,1 1 W W -'Gr 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 KA' 1 -' J111 1 ' if " ' ..: VW' fn A C, -41 r A - - -1-31:-, --11 ' 1 1,1-.1,11lJ.1M11-?'v:'1"111 1- ai, K gxj. 1 ,11,y .QQ i. 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ELl.zA1sE'rH HOFFMAN 1 1 w - 'll' . Rosxmm E. lCARNIiR WINIFRED IL. R0wLm ,I1s,A.NNm"1'E D. Swim' 1 f":'1,g,'b' 1 NIILDRED L. WIIEA'l'0N 5 A qi Class ol' 1925 ,ffl 1 1 1 , , THQ? lf,v1cI.vN G. Pmon LATI-IliRINIrI C. Rowmav RU11-I '1. bw1f:1e'1'LANu 5 lVlllLDRlCD TlCIVlPl.I'Z'l'0N i' 'sl , 1: Class of 1926 li, I,UCl1,12 ,IAMI-15 MARION E. lVlACDONAI.,D RUTH PETRIE il. Nl ' 'll Ji lVlAlu:Axu-rr C. 1VI'IY'I'I'1 .H li .:, ,fl wP.,L.f? .- 23 Class of 1927 l'lfJ.lQ fiiiw Dono'rHY P. BUCKLIN f9WENlJ0l..X'N Doucl-now Aucls S. LANGWORTIIY E Q11 1223: V 2 ff-ff JOSEPI-IINE L1'r'1'L1-1 HARRll'1'I' IVIONTAGUE lqA'l'HIEliINE S. W1LLlAMs Pledges , ADELAIDIS HAZEL V11zc1NIA RUMBOLD -1331, Associate 151 s 9- T 1 1 HE 'ill liugll Luusl, .I. 10OLL fl fam iw HLEQ V4.3 w mv WHEEL! Mk' iii ii' W QE! Q' .gf 'Q . ll lggul. M35 --21 JE, 'ggi' VV iq.. 1121 , ' -'ga 2 , -fgxil l'j,i -5,52 E ' Page Three Hundred Fifteen ..-. 1 i'f'71'k5 I -- " wx :f-H ' ' T' N ,. . , .-. "" 'g:"""" "iff M?- ll M M 1 1 M G . 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University of California LAMBDA Washington University MU ..... . . University of Buffalo Page Three Hundred Seventeen .A T -fn., T-.r. , , 1,1 Aww f'N lu, 1QEw'.A.Q,:.A ml',.Aw,. w ., LA A A f!..:,, , ,A ,TK ,gg .. A 'A' ' T 1 U, . ,ww wg,-2,1-1 'I i-1-Iv I ,lx , RQ- , V g ' ' A 1 fgi "J il , Fi? L- l--..1:L..,. H.llT511l13' A - ' 'N' 2 'E'-' ' ' 111 ff , I - 1 rw ez: sw H3 3 Sw + 5412931 . hz r 2114 iff 'MEA r 5 G9 Q HQ .35 If 55 93 ir ru A 'tv - . 1, N - ' V- 'L .HM , ,iii 3 Q x P' 15 1 iff wi ,Z xi ,, iv ' .1121 ' ' Ii -1 1. ,- , gi' V . 1 Ir 4 I 1. IM 714 ' '22, I ' 1254 Qiigi - r?T:: K:-1: gi-Q., w ' ,n - 1 145 H3 ne r - H "WN Tw il Eff' 1- 1 iii! 1:::1N' Eli!! 1331 1 TE? fbf Ql fli J M 4 V if . 1 U QQ? L1 r . r lf u A l 3? r V Qi WEEE r 5 Zeta Tau E .. u 'iuiglilx yy Founded 1923, University of Buffalo - iw OFFICERS Preszflena ..... ........... . . SELMA LEARMAN Vice-President . . . . IDA GUENTHER ' Secretary .... .... E MILY MAYE1: 1-fs.. , w is . E -- Treasurer .. .. 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University of Chicago Page Three HlLlld1'l'Cl Twenly-Llrree -1,. , 1 - nm f - Y ' f , 41 l I 1 5515 553'-vvfmi' K ' -Y-I-Aki--1-'H V A f ml ll' -F511 ,,,1 1 -If 1:13 Ei? 1 iii 1, 'efid .. .21 . -'TE' .. 5-:Vi ,551 15, . 17511- ' ' fi? 1 - 1 Q? - 1 Li 1 flffs 1 151 1 1 1-egg 1 1 li 1 Q 1 lr 1 fi-T1 1 il-'T :FSE 'Ei 1S1flQ',j Mig , 5?-is 1155111121 1 1 TL: 1 W?-ii 1 1 If- ' 1 1 Q51 1:11 arf! 1 Tri 1 lags 1 1251 1 1. l ff? 1 C 5711 1511513 1 1 1--ia 1 1 -71 i ,L-131 iii? 1 Y-.. 1 11-:. -15:1 1 1124-'I 1 1 1555 1 .1-.1.- .1 iii 1 Fif2 WEXEE I 1: ., 1 Beta Phi 373 Humboldt Parkway Founded 1922, University of Buffalo H71 eil 3 EE, 1 1155545 O11 FICERS President .. .. ............. ROSE ROSENTHAL Secretary . . . . . THELMA BROCK Treasurer . . . . . LEYA GREENBERG 1135 iiif FE f " 1 'I Page Three Hunclrcd Twenty-foul' gl 1' ' ee' A 'M' 'A Mfwm 'ASFW1111 111 11 ,,111111Q 1 1 1 , -W ,..., e,.. ., W . ,e.,. 1-1 . 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Page Three Hundred Twenty-five Ls ,, ,Q i i 55-H3 l LEE-21 2 . gg i 5' A - " 1 P-W 'EWVCMW1 f- Rf lliimliml s .,i??i1H1Hli as ui 25L Y s!lll5MfiiFST VHgH1upEj l fr' 'wi ff r 'fi' " -7- T---V-W uf- ...-4-.-.. W- 1 N, ..-A im... ' e t - i A W' if f 1 r N .- . 1 1 ' ,'fe.'+!5f',n:w':1f tl-Ebert. .1 1 Q Q11 r gl., in AA, i " ' - 'i"""h"'A " i'l-"MA" t Q 1 I A w 1 I I. it i F K . u 1 N 5 TI'IE MUSE AND MASQUE Q 3 OFFICERS ! President ..... .. JOHN MCNAMARA ' Vice-President .. .. . RUTH E. -CARY i Secretary .... .... E LLEN F Risen l l Treasurer . . . . . ADEZLBEIR'1' ICUHN V l All those who have either no idea or an erroneous idea of what the Muse 81 Masque is will do well to lend attention to ,the following historical sketch. Here you will find Mwhat stuff 'tis made of, whereof it born and how the, Uni- 1 versity came hy it." 4 I In February of 1923 ten students at the Arts College drew up a plan for 1 the organization of a club which would be not- exclusively a literary club, A not merely a musical club, not a debating club, nor a study club,-but they l tried to establish what would be a club with all of these fine things quite equally represented. In selecting their members the charter members did not lose sight of this object. An inspection of the roll of the club will prove this statement is true. There are debaters, musicians, writers, editors, artists and actors. The club is truly representative of the genius of the University. Page Three Hunclrecl Twenty-six -if '.Ti"'1 e A ' e"iff.F"-h"'r""k 12,59 ., TZ. ff,----,-,. , w .5 V, ,A ,Q A ,A 6 HQ , j,,b,.i, V his , , -, ,Digital ,, Mgr-.:,..,IAW4, its 1 at if 2 JW w.tuau,if Q-11.ng,lg3ift3v lllmf W f 1 7"' V , ' - - "v X 29, gif? V:-viva! 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IMI ,, - II,-,.-,I,.I ..',., I MI, , ,N , , ff' -,lm .ww f.. 31- -I,IIIi,',lfI1-'Igm' I ',,w,Q."I I.: NI I IIvLE.fL'IELLIsII44lILyII31.'LL ,L.IL 1I.fLLIE,Ia 3. I -ff fl - gf! 'Q' I'.IIrMIIEL1fwLI4,IIQI:mmLw.fI!.gI.ff4I W If Nw Nu Sigma Nu Founded at University of Michigan 1882 I. C. I. CHAPTER G. M. SHEARER, B. W. C. STEWART S W. P. TAYLOR, B. S. SENIORS L. A. BENSON R. M. COLTON H. CONSTANTINE M. G. POTTER, A. B. JUNIORS J. L. DAVIS D. C. Foss, B. S. V. D. LEONE SOPHOMORES H. G. BROWN, A. B. ' W. CONSTANTINE R. P. IQEYS FRESHMEN J. D. BRIESEMEISTER E. Bnonnf R. MAXDEREIK W. Mc CONVEY J. B. MOREY ngv Tlirev HlIl1f1!'K'll 'l'1L'!'l1ly-!'if,-'Ill 'fy s if v . 13, S. L. VAUG1-IAN P. MAC DONALD E. W. POWELL, B. E. L. WELCH A. P. MULDOON J. J. SANFORD R. L. SAUNDERS F. T. SCHNATZ, A.B. A. PAIGE A M A. PALMER R. RICHIE C. L. STEvENs J. TROTTER S. 1- '-,- WW---V.-V. W f--ff.-. -if f - I . S ...-.,.-.,.-,,.+..-,,,..Q,,7 ,V - FRATRES IN FACULTATE C. SUIIINI-:R JONES, BS., M.D. CHARLES CARY, M. D. JIMES W. PUTNAM, M.D. CHARLES G. 5'l'OCIC'l'0N, M.D. ALLEN A. JONES, M. D. HERMAN G. NIATZINCER, M. D. W XVAIID PLUIIIRIER, B.L., M.D.. l".A.C.S. EDWARD A. SHARP, M. D. ELMER C. STARR, M. D., F. A. C. S. HERBERT U. WILLIAMS, M. D. WILLIS G. GREGORY, M. D. N0liB'I.'kN L. BURNHAM, M.D. CLAYTON W. GREENE, A. B., M. D. JACOB S. OTTO, A. B., M. D. JULIUS ULLMAN, M. D. CHESTER C. COTT. M. D., F. A. C. S. EDWARD C. IQOIZNIG, M.D. FRANK H. LONG, M. D. JESSE N. ROE, M. D. LIARRY M. WEED, M. D., F. A. C. S. RICH.'XRD N. DE NIORD, M. D. HUGH C. MCDOWELL. M.D. JAMES C. SULLIVAN, M. D. ROBEIIT P. DOBBIE, M. D. JOHN F. HEALEY, M. D. EARL R. TEMPLETON, B. S., M. D. ELI H. LONG, M.D. NELSON G. RUSSELL, M. D. CROVER W. WENIDE, M. D. A. H. AARON, M.D. THEODORE LEONARD, M. D. THEW XVRICHT. A. B., M. D., WILLIAM F. JACOBS, M. D. FRANCIS LEOPOLD, M. D. CARL S. TOMPKINS, M. D. F. XVILLIAM WELCH, M. D. XVALTER L. IVIACHEMIZR, M. D. FRANK N. POTTS, M. D. ALBERT GARTNER, M. D. FRANK J. MON1'IROSE, M.D. W. J. M. WURTZ, M.D. CHAPTER ROLL University of Michigan Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery University of Pittsburgh University of Minnesota Northwestern University University of Illinois V University of Cincinnati Columbia University College of Physicians and Rush Medical College University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University University and Bellevue Hospkal Medical The Albany Medical College-Union University Washington University Jefferson Medical College Western Reserve University Cornell University Leland Stanford Junior University Medical University of California University of Toronto University of Virginia University of Maryland Johns Hopkins University University of Bufalo State University of Iowa University of Nebraska Yale University Indiana University School of Medicine University of Kansas School of Medicine Tulane University of Louisiana , EDWARD W. KOCH, A. M., M. D. ALFRED E. DIEHL, A. M., M. D. LEE IVIASTEN FRANCIS, A.B., M.D., HARRY R. TRICIQ, M. D., F. A. C. DESCUM C. MC IQENNY, M. D., F FRANK E. BRUNDACE, A. B., M. D. HUNIER A. TROTTER, PI-I. B., M. D. DE LANCEY ROCHESTER, A. B., M. D. JOHN F. FAIREAIRN, A. B., M. D., F. A. C. JAIVIES E. IQINC, M. D., F. A. C. S. FREDERICK J. PARMENTER, M. D., F. A. C. S. DE WITT H. SHERMAN, A. B., M. D. F.A.C.S. S. A. C. S A. C. S. S Page Three Hundred Twenty-nine ' I 'A li , IP -F55 15 3, 'K V il 'V' if . Mr' . 'JT new rN"f A . I A I ff- . . Q - I ' "ZA . . . . A Q. 31.411 F U - fm: ' I, . I, ' ' if . ' '. . T.1'l"'i,s': ,.- . , -f-Av gk, F.. 1 , ..,XIw I: '11 I LA . -. . -..WMA . L... .. . .., . . g M1 -L, - A., -' - . .- , ,- , I' . 1 .L.'-.-.,f L. L,1.,..1,.. ,JDE ,.., .. Omega Upsilon Phi 228 Elmwood Ave. Founded 1897 at U of B MEMBERS IN EDGAR R. MCGUIRE, M.D.. F.A.C.S. CHARLES W. FARR, M. D., MAJOR M. C. U. S. A. MARSHALL CLINTON, M. D., F. A. C. S. JOHN L. ECIQEL, A. B., M. D. HARRY R. LOHNES, M. D. WALTER S. GOODALE, M. D. GEORGE J. EGIQEL, A. IB., M. D. IQARL F. ESCHELMAN, D.D.S., M.D. HERBERT A. SMITH, M. D. DOUGLAS P. ARNOLD, M. D. XVILLIAINI T. GETMAN, M. D. HOWARD A. DENNEE, A. B. BYRON D. BOWEN, M. D. J. S. BANTA, M. D. Page Three Hundred Thirty FACULTY A. A. TI-IIBAUDEAU, M. D. JOHN TINKLER, A. B., M. D. BERNARD SCHREINER, M.D., F.A.C.S JOHN H. EVANS, M. D. RAY A. EDSON, A. B., M. D. JAMES H. CARR, M. D. EDWARD F. MEISTER, M. D. TIMOTHY F. DONOVAN, M. D. OSCAR J. ORERKIRCHER, M. D. WALTER L. ALLESPACH, M. D. EDWARD H. ICRAEMER, M. D. HERRIAN F. MAY, M. D. DANIEL JUNG, M. D. EARL L. EATON, M.D. . .,. , -WI' ., U X, . V, ,- A , . I I-.I'lFIl+IJIgL,fE QQEIQQELL-Eglg.I1.',-'QIQQILLJ 'lf 15 ,-.7 U- fy II IVII.fI1IIIIIII1II'II:I'JN I , .. W, ,.,, ,,-T-H,f,.. L LL, W -V ,i,A,, ,U ,,,,-,-, QAFAL W YLI'-.IXJ,,,,:,i,,,.H,,,,,T,,,,, I ,J - MEMBERS I 'I SENIORS MARLO P. BATES EDWARD S. BHFFUM BERNARD J. DOLAN JAMES E. DOLAN I DANIEL C. FISHER 1 WALTER H. ICROMBEIN I ISADORE L. JERGE CHARLES M. O7C0NNOR I ,,'QI ' ROBERT POWELL ' 'I WILLIAM M. SMITH RICHARD J. TURNER I JUNIORS WILLIAM T. CLARK, JR. GRANT T. FISHER CHARLES F. HARRIS ' CARL A. HETTIESHEIMER WILLIAM M. HOWARD HENRY N. IKENWELL RAYMOND R. STOLTZ RALPH UPSON HAROLD E. ZITTEL SOPHOMORES DONALD R. ALVERSEN HAROLD F. A. CAVANAGH WALTER C. FREEZE WILLIAM H. HANDEL A CHESTER J. NADOLNEY JOSEPH F. 0,BRIEN WERNER J. ROSE EDWARD L. ROSNER WILLIAM C. SCHINTZIUS ERNEST P. SMITH EUGENE M. SULLIVAN F RESHMEN GLENN C. CUMMINGS ARTHUR C. GOETZMAN I BIIOORE F. HARDINO W WILLIAM KJBLER, fPledgeD .,. I A WILLIAM MACCOMB I 5 JOHN R, MCLAUOHLIN J. EVERETT C. MOORE X If. . I 'IVF LI I I I I I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. ,,-i-5 I, L71 I.: I-I I I I I I I I I .I+ 34 I ' I ' xlfi-L: I I I'aI If'I'3I II. JOSEPH F. PAINTON -I NORMAN J. WOLF Eifgk REXFORD J. MORRELL I iii- I Ijilffl Page Three Hand,-ed Thi,-mme -W-I--A ,fI. 1 I -Eff- .I AAN, . IJ? I I1 ,QE . ff- ff? ,, . 79iITR771.Tf.', I' ' TJ' :QI 'V .MII II.IIIIl1?5IISIIiIIIIHIIIIIIIi33STfIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III91.5Tf7IIIIII1IlIIII"" 2 . IFII :IIII f Sf7I'I f 1 I I if I I I'hI"M'J"'T"Lf"4 ' '-'SHALL'-3:74 ,I ,H " -,7.,'. LIL! Q, fn ,ALI'I'1 I'fg:ig:Q: -A ' H--A'Ag, L-' H ' 'J I I I I Phi Rho Sigma ALPHA OMEGA DELTA CHAPTER Founded 1879 1094 Ellicott Street X President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer .... GEORGE D. BERRY JOSEPH E. BURNS WILLIAM C. BYRNES ROLAND B. CARR FRANCIS R. DANIELS JAMES R. HIXIKT ERNEST A. IQAESELAU Page Tliree HllllIll'0fl 7'l1irly-Iwo Buffalo OFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS . R. W. SENDKER .. .I M. DOUGLASS H. E. ROGERS ORLO C. PACIULLI JAMES SUTTON REGAN LEE R. SANBORN IQAYMOND W. SENDKER RUSSELL M. WEIDLER HAROLD J. WELSH FORREST BARRY JOHN J. BEIINI-IARD CLAIR H. CULVEII RONALD F. GARVICY JOSEPI-I R. GETTINGS IVIATTHIZW M. DOUGLAss LEO T. FLOOD IIERRERT BICIIWXLD RORERT J. BOGAN IJENRY D. CONI.Ev AII'I'l'IUR ELSAESSER RICH.-XRD M. GARDNER ARTHUR C. PIASSIZNFII XTZ JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESI-IMEN THOMAS W. GEOCHEGIXN NORBEIIT W. KUCH MARTIN J. LITTLEFIELD JOHN L. NEUBERT HOWARD E. ROGERS JOHN J. KORN HAROLD F. HULBERT GEORGE F. MARQUISE RAYMOND I". MAY WILI.IAM W. MEISSNER JOSEPH R. MULLEN NORMAN 0,BRIEN HUGH M. PIERCE JAMES N. SHIPPEE CHAPTER ROLL ERIE DISTRICT IQIZN NETI-I C. JA I-IRAUS G ALPHA OME A DELTA PI ...............,... OMEGA ............ . IQAPPA .... CHI .... LAMBDA PHI .... RI-IO .......... NU ........... 1-ALPHA BETA ...... ALPHA GAMMA ..... ALPI-IA EPSILON L .... . SKULL AND SCEPTIZR .... XI ............... ALPHA .... . . ATLANTIC DISTRICT GREAT LAKES DISTRICT . . . . University of Bufalo . . . . . . . Indiana University . . . Uhio State University . . . Western Reserve University . University of Pittsburgh University of Pennsylvania Jefferson Medical College . . . . . . Harvard University . . . . . Columbia University ... . . . . McGill University . . . University of Toronto . . . . . . . .. Yale University Johns Hopkins University . Northwestern University BETA .... ................. .... ..... U n i versity of Illinois GAMMA .............. Rush Medical College ZETA ...... ............... U niversity of Michigan EPSILON ..... ........................ D etroit College of Med. and Surg. OMICRON . . . ...................................... Marquette University WESTERN DISTRICT ETA ....... IOTA ........ THETA TAU ALPHA DELTA MU ........... PSI ......... . . . DELTA OMICRON A UPSILON ................. SIGMA . .............. . . ALPHA ZETA .... DELTA ...... . . .. Creighton Medical College . University of Nebraska . University of Minnesota . . . . . . Washington University State University of Iowa University of Colorado SOUTHERN DISTRICT LPHA .. ..... ....... ............ . . . . ...... Tulane University PACIFIC DISTRICT .. . Medical College of Virginia .. . . University of Virginia Stanford University .. University of Southern California Page Three Hundred ,Thirty-three ' fm f,.1 v - .1 51 f Q1 I .1 E", ' ,,1, .21 EW lr. 1 fy. 1-J 1 371 .' Qi ' 1 7,4 4.4 i Wi ,, , 4 V f--1 "xx .4...,-- f"X -- - - -l-A. .-..-. f 1v"'ilifD'1'T".?f7QT 11 A. Q. 151152 ,. ' . ,- 51 1:11fa'5iP1f11'Vww . agggiQ'iL.l.1f.,igg41.gg. Q55 me .f5'if.:e.1iQ'7-1 13,14 2111113111i111:1111vw1vi1:.w+-111111'iffm"11G1f11.' 17 .gg . Q L Tia . 3 " 5.3 V.. 1 :gy 53211 . fi-1: 1 'if 5 1 1 1222 F131 .fflf 1 fl, 1 753' 1. x' 51 5? 1 1 1 S111 M1111 4 I 251 I 1 5 2?11l .Ei-5' 1 15 ,221-S1 1 5151 1 :-21 iii-D! 511 fiiil, V - 7 l ,gggfgz 1 5 'f '11 . . . --.-. lx 1 1 1251 - , 12 I 1 if P ' 2:54 - , ?ff'f1 1 1511 Ph1 Lambda Kappa 1 ff- Q 111 3 -111 KAPPA CHAPTER 11-4 11 i 5311 ' 1 . gs 1 21. I Q25 1 - . 1 'iii ,157 11 BRATILRS IN FACULTATE 1 1 5, 541 Q51 3511 SIDNEY H. LEVY, M. D. 1111551 Jos. BRUMBERG, M. D. 1:1 MANSHELD LEVY, M. D. JULIUS ULLMAN, M. D., F. A. C. S. 1 fi "ij Jos. SPANGENTHAL, M. D. 1A ? 'L Q11 M.ARVIN ISRAEL, M. D. 1.f'1 1 1 vff3??11 1 ar 1 iii V131 14 1 11':ii1f ..'..T! X111 1 .45 1 5:5511 1 ifaaaau 1 . gif 1 Q1 1 fl 5 11511 1 151 1 . 51 H .3375 -ig! 12ef1' 11 Si 1 1 1 Page Three Hundred Thirty-four M24 ll--W --'-ff ---- v -' T .- - - D' "UQ 311 f ifmivgx 1 1 1. 75? 552 , .1 . Qf' 1 1' 1 'S 15 iffy Elf, i -1 --ff4e4.g...ef+strain ALPHA ...... ALPHA ALPHA BETA ....... . GAMMA ... DELTA .. EPSILON .. ZETA .... ETA THETA .. 'IOTA . . IQAPPA . . . . LAMBDA . . . MU ..... NU ..... XI ......... OMICRON PI ........ RHO .... SIGMA TAU I " I I l"111'WT,hlUTi'5f1fHw ' MEMBERS SENIOBS SAMUEL ATIQIN LOUIS FINGER JUNIORS SHERMAN GREENIsERe CHARLES IQAUFMAN l SOPHOMORES TIARRY A. CI-IERNOEE NA'fI'IAN LEVINE MAIITIN F RIEIJLAND PHILIP J. RAFLE SAMUEL GOLDFARB SIGMUND B. SILVERRERG FRESHMEN S. ALBERT LEVITAN Ml1IYER RIWCI-IUN MAURICE MII,LER BENJAMIN SI-IMULOVITZ PLEDGES BENJAMIN OLLODART ILIARRY SPIEGELMAN CHAPTER ROLL University of Pennsylvania ... College L ..L..Lm.LL .LL LL LLL. .LL f- In L. .-Lf.. ,. -.. Boston University, College . . . George .. . . . . . . .. University of Illinois .. . . . . . Jefferson College of Medicine .Loyola Medical School . Rash Medical College, U. of Chicago lVortl1western University 'lzysicians Sz Surgeons, Columbia Univ. Bellevue Hospital Medical College . . .. Long Island College Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . Tufts Medical College University of Bugalo University of Pittsburgh of Medicine of Maryland of Medicine of Michigan University of Toronto Washington University Medical School Cornell University Tulane University, College of Medicine University .. . Detroit College University Page Tlzree Hundred Thirty-five ' II. I., , ., - ',,. I . N , ew, N .3 -, ,,,. ..: M1 iff!-.!1' 1 V 'px I. M f f - ' A 'P f 7 f--'v ' Y A--in --W,,',,,5,,1 .. . , H .Rl RL , ' " ' " '- 1 R ' "1,' . i w fm! " 'l1.,g,15q'?1 . ,-Ru' ,,1 ,f.- ,..,, L , -1 v- -----4 A .u-.....,-..AmE....-... L , .- ...Y --L ,.,g,,,., ,L , B. ,LAM 7777, Bet Phi Sigma 2462 Main Street--- FOUNDED 1888 Noble Senior . . . H7orLhv Junior . Counsler , ..... Conductor . . . Exchequer , . Stenographer .. lllarshall .... Librarian . . Sentinel ...... . . Associate Editor Page Three Hundred Thirty-six , +- ----'S OFFICERS . . EDGAR M. TILLMAN . . . CLAIRE CLEVELAND ....... OCTAVE M. BOND . . ROBERT C. HITCHCOCR . . . . HENRY D. I'IARFORD JOHN G. I-I. . . CLINTON E. X7ANSLYK.E. ALFRED E. WILLSEY . . GEORGE W. VOORHES . . . HERMAN S. JIMERSON 2-I -1 C T , -'-'M":'2:'-'r' 'J ,. ...EL fy,-J, , . H---1, -.f1m1....ff:R 1 1 Qi! Iii 11 1 11", . I w',.f,"! W ri , .I V ' 'Y 1-'11 . :fig R X...1N 1' fl . L-gli! I L 1 I R ii ,f 1- 'II V"Z':". N I N 5 . W ,. 5 .Tiff , R I 1 :CH Nijjff, 4 1153 N? C1 5 Ju. . 'ui' . v'4r'Qxi f, .. f, - . Y, . . - -4 R Q-,-...ww .. 1 1 ' z ' fi gf: IRI! fig., ,.: -L , "1 , T - i . ,LL f Y , .L V1 .E T.,j'1'-lllt "" 1 'i7l'i-.g.. "L-r'H"" ' sw- - E1 I., FRATRESIN DR. WILLIS G. GREGORY DR. WILLIAM V. IORNS DR. RICHARD M. MORGAN FACULTY DR. A. B. LEMON ' C. ARTHUR ELDEN LAWRENCE LOCIQIE CHARLES GAUGEII FRATRES HONORES DR. IIENIIY G. BICNTZ I W. F. XVHELAN SENIOR MEMBERS .IOIIN ANCROVEC .l0IIN B. CLEARY JAMES M. COOKE FRANCIS T. STEED FRANCIS X. STURNER CHESTER T. SWEET NORMAN H. WEDDER NIANNINC G. WARD HAROLD .IARDIN NORMAN E. EMBLIDCIZ FORD C. SI-IEAF ROBERT A. SIMPSON ROY H. WOELFFEL GEORGE STEGNER CLINTON STECNER :HAROLD ULIXITER ERESHMEN EARL W. HZEIB HAROLD E. MAI'ILE ROYAL L. MGLOUTH NIAURICE MURCIYIISON EWING H. ORGAN CARL GRAMENSTETER LEWIS BARKLEY HARRY QUIGLEI' WARD CARR R, K. EUGENE BATES MILTON LEWIS CLIFFORD WING CARL MAUNDRELL ROBERT BONSACK THEODORE CLARK EUGENE IQERR EDWARD MADIGAN SMITI-IER Cdeceuscdi CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA ...................... University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. CQAIWIDIA .. Philadelphia College of Psarmacy, Philadelphia, Pa. DELTA , .............. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. EPSILON .... Iowa Stale University, Iowa City, Iowa ZE1-A , , Kansas Slate University, Lawrence, Kansas E1-A , ,, .... Texas Slate University, Galveston, Texas THETA .. . .............. Baylor University, Dallas, Texas IOTA ..................... . .. Atlanta College of Pharmacy, Atlanta, Georgia ALPHA ALUMNI CHAPTER .... ., ........ University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. Page Tlrree Ilunrlred Tlzirly-.wven WIKI! L1LQ,.lJ.-,...l1' " .. -' N' - " l 2 -Y"-i 1--14 '- T' 'H'-'T'T"' ' 'TXWS-fi?-----Afffmf , W .. --- , , 1 , , ,, - , Y. n . Wifi. .mix ,,W,Q. Nw115,yr2,mwmfHg!4gaue1'Wmf,tlxjmjgg 1 1 1 1 1 A I 1 ' ' -as L HA- -1 2195 A it 312221 gifs - A :fy ,W .1 1- FE 1 'I A YY -1 ...Ae 1-1 M7. my ,gg .4 A1 . 4 ,1 1 . , , ,M 1 ,ea 1 1 1 55551 1 1 Li 1 few 1 11. -f-- , ,mn iii? 4--111 1 '21, :Q W f 7 -:ffl ' Si3?1 1 a. 1. rx -.1 Zi' 1 E71 1 fa Z: ,3 :r -5 1 1 1 Ei Q 1 AHL 1 I :Zi . ,XJ 1 ,, 134 1 . - , f . it - , f 1 1, 5. 4 1 11711 Kappa Psi GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Kappa Psi was founded as a medical fraternity at the hiedical College of Virginia in the fall of 1879. The founders of the chapter at Virginia were mem- bers of the academic society of Kappa Psi which had been founded at the Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Connecticut, May 30th, 1879, by F. H. Smith. This organization was founded on the basis of an older academic society of the same name in which Brother F. H. Smith's father held member- ship. The academic society expanded into the following institutions:: 1879, Rus- sell, Russell Military Academy fnew Havenj, 48 membersg 1879, Cheshire, Cheshire Military Academy CCheshire, Conn.j, 36 membersg 1886, Hillhouse High School CNew Haven 1, 32 membersg 1886, Yale, Yale College, 14 members. The majority of the graduates of the academic chapters entered medical schools in the fall of 1879, and the first medical chapter, Beta, was installed that year. In 1887 it was decided to establish chapters in medical schools only, to continue as a strictly professional fraternity. In 1897 it was decided to establish chapters in Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy. On November 17, 1917 Delta Omicron Alpha Medical Fraternity was merged with Kappa Psi, having eight chapters and a membership of 1,063. Page Three IIICIZCZIYELZ ThirLy-eiglzl 143 .L-5 L ,EES-. 1 14,5 '11f3ig,q E Leis rl I fl 1 -H 1 I ,J 1 'VH if'.g1f., ' liwlseriq 1 li-1 1. ,As 1.7 c ,i ' A1 1 1 .1-1 ' 1 gf 355' 1 K- 1-V1 . 1 . . A Y 1 .fi A I 153 ' iii E Efig, 1:1-pa. '-5' 1- Q! ,HW-if 1 as 1 1 1 sz A 1 A I . 1 1 1 his 1 s , L ' 'K . rf' 'T g 1 Q' V- ' Fl 1 1 . .1151 fees 4 1 1 1 1 1 733 1 'I 1 Ld- 1 1 Eff' QQJ1 . 1 1 5:1643 1 , if 1 r 1 1 1 1 I5 , 3 4 , ,ji 1 ffaties 1 1 1 fi? ei 1- in 1552 "'7d, .'1'u1'11-11:-0.1, 1-1iJ'v1JfiL,'iL,11U 14102511 i, N., ' 1 'iii 7 :ff if "'2'E1f"t "M111111111111 1111 1 1' ' g :A as On January 26, 1918 Phi Delta Medical Fraternity was also merged with Kappa Psi having 10 chapters, and a Inembership of 1,371. On January 16, 1921 Gamma lota Chapter of Kappa Psi Fraternity was granted its charter bei1Ig established in the School of Pharmacy. At the beginning of the school year 1923-1924 a Chapter house awaited the members Of Gamma Iota Chapter at 11 Hawthorne Ave. Kappa Psi is an lnternational Fraternity, as well as a National, whose Chapters are found throughout the length and breadth of our noble country. Kappa Psi IS not only the oldest, 1879, but also has the longer chapter roll 93g as well as the largest membership, 14.237, COLLECIATE CIflAPTERS,-64, menlbersliip, 11,915 OFFICERS OF GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Regent ..................... LAWRENCE G. lVlETCALF Vice-Regent . . . Seeretarv .... Treasurer . . . Historian .. Chaplain .......... FACULTY MEMBERS MR. ARTI-IUR C. ELDEN DR. WILLIS G. GREGORY DR. WILLIAM V. IRONS DR. A. B. LEMON PROF. LEON M. MONELI, DR. RICHARD F. MORGAN Class of 1923 R. R. COLE C. R. HOLMES WILLIAM J. JOYCE deceased CHARLES J. MANWARING Sl'-IERIDAN E. SPICER FRANK TOOLAN J. VINCENT' WESTON . . . . VERNON L. SMITII . . . . WILLIAM VAGCE .. . . . BERNARD F. BURKE . . . CHARLES M. DARE, JR. DR. RICHARD F. MORGAN Class of 1924 GEORGE L. BARONE J. MARCUS BLAIR DAMIAN F. BOJARSRI BERNARD F. BURKE MILFORD P. CASLER FREDERICK W. COON EARL J. CRAIG CIIARLES M. DAKE, JR. TI-IOMAS M. HENNESSEI' LAWRENCE G. ME'1'CAI,F i?lDW. B. lVl'ECANI-TAM CIfIAs. P. MORRIS V. ROBERT PARSI-IALL VERNON L. SMITH DAVID L. SWINTON WILLIAM E. NlAC-GE E. CLEVELAND WPII'1'INlL Graduate Chapters, 29, membership, 2,322 I I , Chapters are found at the following places: Philadelphia, New Yorkg Balttmoreg Btrrnmg- ham: Chicago: Boston: Albanyg Providenceg San Franciscog Clevelanclf Atlanta, New Orleansg Mobile, Ala.giDallas, Texas, North Carolina Greensboro, N. C., Washington, D. C., Nashville, Tenn., Memphis, Tenn., Richmondg South Carolina, Columbia, S. C., Broolflyng Portland, Ore., Florida, Jacksonville, Fla., Kentucky, Louisville, Ky., West Virginia, Charleston, NV. Va. Illinois, Chicago, 111.3 Mississippi, Cornith, Miss., Huntington, W. Va., and Omaha. Page Three Hundred Thirty-nine ' J 7,7 Y , .-- -W -N ..,..,,.., -Y - .,.,. , 4. 1. - Y.. -r' H ,T3"'f'T,'-r- - - , M W W ,w w wk, NM wq w V .. , -. .' 1.-1 ,Y LM - V ww-qw--we W Ll, 'Y ,WWII 1 Octogen Club OFFICERS President ..... .. . ALFRED E. WII.LSEY Vice-President . . ....... . . CLINTON VAN SLYKE Secretary 'and Treasurer .. .. HIZRMAN S. ,IIMERSON I age Three Hundred Forty X NV V-gefffw UTfgfiFQF glggmf''jjQj':i'j1fIg.,f1N sk.. 1, Q, V, , r ""' 'N Q W - H1 W, IW-,Nw - -- be 4.1. V' -- -X ' We 'M rw 15 5 'Ui five T 1' 4: eeee e W ,.. fa W' W T ' " ' iff ' 5-'4 g' " """ " ""' 'ke-" , if 1. ., .., . . ., i .. Tflfq..- ..T4'Tl"'f,,... .. fIlf1,..- , . . - P e .- -fw fr r V- 'fr ul 'wDfvv,-ww nbxw,-aww , : ,f f . V , , R . Q- fj 'fr mega ,q,1"1'1"V ,yfegf1w1.-ll' wh Maw-.'1'M'1'-25441J .. ,YQ-J , 4, ,, ' . E " ull 'Q 13 -:L f-1-4 i- :Fi ,fda V fm U ' ,,,,, -.,., if -,,,,,-.,,.,... -- - , ,-,,,,.?....,g,-L5f...- ...--4t.....-.-...Y-.1 ' me - Wifi? ' 1 ' f 'is ,,, -L12 71 "fi Pi It v fe: ffl 4 liiifi l -if WJ.. six.. Q V s Y Um 1 1 V551 1 X 1 1 ' 132319, "4-Iii iff, 7,1 ,f - ,E - PLL 1:1 , iii 5 5 QQ? ,ggi ' ig? jig-1 , W Fr:- A E551 I 1? Rho Pi Phi 2:1441 IEEE? '33 EPSILON CHAPTER 1 1 f 55225 e I LE 2 OFFICERS Chancellor ...... .. LEWIS R. GOLDNER r 'FJ . lease E55 Vwe-Chancellor . . . . . . Momus WICHMAN Scribe ................ ...... S AUL HURWITZ w 933 iyfd Guardian of Exchequer . . . . . . BENJAMIN RESMAN L Fiery Dragon ......... ....... L E0 KOLUIN 3 r 1 :eg A Q 'lf' QI : ,,.. , i? -14 1 fa: ,, T gf, 4 xi' ri r 1 2531 M, ,1 rx rv, W: it if if Page Three IflllldI'1.'6l ForIy-Iwo V 'if--1L,,,,, f,,,,, ,,,,,,k W, ,A gh., -L ' 4, , - -,-, 1. f- P -f -f ""' "'4 FRF---ff---Q?--Tet'-:A , - r r. c r er.. r r rw A r 1 Pre.-r ,fr ff f. -1 'elf ,WlmM.:11Hfw'rfmflf If' wi''.vKfL'wavlw1TTE' ' , -f JP? ILE: K yn. - I - I ilk 3 MII A F79-' in IJ iii! ' 15? ' J A I ALPHA .. BETA .... GAMMA . . . DELTA . . EPSILON . . . ZETA . . ETA . . . KAPPA .. Albany, New York ILIENRY APFELGREEN ,JOSEPH BENDERSON SAMUEL DAVIDOV LEWIS R. GOLDNER CHAPTER ROLL Y Massacliusetis College of Pharmacy . Union Ullll7l?I'SllIj'. Albany. New York Unilverxily C0llLlTll7lll. New York. N. Y. . Rhode Island College of l'l1zu'm.11c'y ............... University of Buffalo Y ... . . . . Ohio Slate University 1 . . . . . Northern Ohio Universily A, 1 . .. .. Universily Southern California ALUMNI CLUBS MEMBERS SAUL HURWITZ ALFRED H. IQEIZER LEO K.0LDIN DAVID H. NUSBAUM Cleveland, Ohio BENJAMIN RESMAN EARL UMANSKY MORRIS NVICHMAN JOSEPH ZAX I PLEDGES MARVIN B. CARREL JACOB J. HERR SAMUEL EIDELMAN STUART LAZARUS CHARLES B. FABER NIAX RUBIN , BENJAMIN FINESTONE HARIQY SANZEL T I ff! If ' Ei T 1 J , W1 Y, I. ls, J: A Page 'l'l1ree lflllldlfd Forty-three ff? , mr ,E V W ,WHO MAA-,7Ww,A,,.,-, . LL, , I, LL, 7,1 ,,,l'fff'i. W' wr, ,Ip y I I " I Mp,-..fI I . 73H'f"-W l'ILLhbQlEIL'!UIlg,ll.L V' S . ,1, -,, .' . .. 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The club has enjoyed several good dinners and social gatherings, especially the banquet given by the new members to those retiring. Q El 2+- xzhdl Eisjft 'HW Page Three Hundred Forty-une V A -- gi..--.141 l welll H 1. 11 11 111 " if'iIT'ff.'glfgfQf.f"Y'Yf ' .1"' ' , 'TTS 1..- .,.. ' - ,, ,T' , , ,N Y, 1 , 11. 1 Y ,L --in L, ,e k , ,,.11,,-1 1!-X111 1. 5. , W, 1 . ,R-,A . -1-1-Q 31k:Q,jL,h 111 M .fjnq-.1 12 1 f , M? 1 , 11' ff ,jf 1.-xi fair-Agia? -fe, feb, gy 711111 Q 11111 lm 1,5111-1 1111 'fi '1' 1 "'.1-1.,:.ge.,41-11.111, ..,A 1',,.QL'1i:..:,..LL11,15 ,, 12 G X11 Aug Q 1 ,,f!1-.1-Lf 311113113111,11s1,111L111111L111111111111g3 111.1 .111 l1q'1y111'111 111 111 T L- -47' " i7 "'-'R Q 1 ' -W '- JSE, 11 fl 221- "W ff 1 1 1' . 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HAROLD I. POPP V ice-President . .... .ARTHUR E. OTTEN Treasurer . . STEPHEN K. POLLARD Secretary ..................... SAMUEL I-I. SRINNER Chapter Editor, Delta Chi Quarterly . . SIDNEY SHANE Sergeant-at-arms . . . . . . . ROLLIN FANCHER Page Three Hundred 'Forty-four fir? 1555 1 fi- 1: ,QQ 1if,li3-E1 . 1 ,ij 3 1511 1 I"1-1' '. 2111, 1 111131 'l 'LTF1 'f 11 3-lf?-5 1 ii? 1 1 , .A 1 " 5 1 . -1-71111111 . F1211 :L-I1 ,.,,,-..., .1..,,YT ,, 7 W -,111 ,,1,,L 1,1 ,,.-.1-111,114 ,1 -- --A A-A-uf" - , -...- - - . ,... f' 163 1 '1:11, 1 1371? 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WV' W I N'H'1f'M A A IAAA . we I3 '- , 3 'A1 ff!Iflf'f1:llZUEiiWQiii?i?iiIfYMEi5l?Yiii?3SlUIil?WlYikf?i32lI5iE??li ' ' F I 'gf-1 'L , , MEMBERS STEPHEN POLLARD GERALD GLEASON ff EUGENE MCMAI-ION SAMUEL SKINNER SIDNEY SHANE ELMER CARLSON Wifi SIDNEY OTIS ELDON IQEIL JOHN O,DONNELL JAMES MCIQENNA NCQ HAROLD POPP CHARLES CALKINS V L 1L FREDERICK DEVLIN LROLLAN FANCHER V ARTHUR OTTEN DONALD MITNSON .- '5 WALTER IQIRKPATRICK ROLAND TILLS ' A EDWIN CULLIGAN JAMES AUSTIN JOSEPH SHEA PIERBERT LESTER in HOWARD PRAKER RALPLI HORNLEIN CLAUDE ACKERMAN GILFORD BERG If DONALD CRAWFORD ALBERT I-IERMAN LEO IQINNEY gi VL -1 THE ALUMNI CHAPTER Nlixaigl A President ..... .............. V ALENTINE 0,GRADY he A Secretary . . . . . D. BERTRAND STANBRO I L f 1 -", ' Il. A A CHAPTER ROLL H L Cornell Stanford 1' 'QQ New York Texas ' A Minnesota Washington I L7 , Michigan Nebraska 2 , it Dickinson Southern California girth, : 3 Chicago-Kent California l i' 3 ' Buffalo Iowa VTX 1. I Osgoode Hall Kentucky Union Wisconsin ifi? 3 V Ohio Stale Columbia M' L V',! if Georgetown Kansas if ' Virginia Iowa State 'i Illinois 4K'A W iiiiiqf I I LEE? Page Three Hundred Fortgnfive Y ui, Y ,A A 2523 Lit: ,LX e-t.W:-.-w-+A, Ni H '-f-H'-or N- fwWW1L1l'R WIN 'I whim , S II Er A I 'iff E fl' RIAI ,L A iw ii5L,fTf?i2,f-5 WL "ff .gifiii . T Xi Psi Phi 217 Linwood Avenue Founded 1889 Michigan OFFICERS Deputy Supreme President .,...... DR. L. C. HOWES President ................. BERNARD G. WAKEFIELD Vice-President .. .... ADRIAN B. STANTON Treasurer ,.... ..... H AROLD F. MEESE Secretary ............. . . . ROBERT W. CONN Master of Ceremonies . .. . . . EARL J. ICELSEY, Editor ................... . .. ARTHUR A. CROSS Censor ..... ..,............ A USTIN J. CLART FRATER IN FACULTATE DR. DANIEL H. SQUIRE, Dean DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR CHARLES K. BUELL CHARLES A. PANKOW ARTHUR F. ISHAM JOSEPH W. BEACH RUSSEL W. GROH JVJAIISI-IALL CLINTON JOSEPH L. CLEVELAND FRANK W. Low ADRAM B. HOFFMAN ALBERT B. CUTLER CLIFFORD GLASER GEORGE LORENZ G. M. FIERO SENIORS THOMAS E. CASTIN ROBERT W. CONN BURT J. HEDDEN THEODORE C. HOFFMANN RAYMOND C. MARCHAND HAROLD F. MEESE DEMONT F. OYER EMILE C. SAUER AUGUST C. SCHWENDER ADRIAN B. STANTON AUGUST H. TWIST BERNARD G. WAKEFIELD CLARENCE R. BENNISON FRANCIS P. CORCORAN Page Three Hundred Forty-six JUNIORS .JOHN V. BURNS AUSTIN J. CLARA' ARTHUR A. CROSS JOHN M. MCNALLI MILTON 0. HAGEII ROBERT A. HICICEY EARL J. KELSEY XVILLIAM H. MURTHA MITCHEL L. POTVIN ALBERT C. ROES JAMES J. SYVEENEY HOMER F. WETZ COUNCIL MEMBER DR. A. B. HOFFMAN, I ,g ,U ., , ,. I:L, I Y , . V I , I . , I 'W' .wth ,gill 5. SOPI-IOMORES ALLEN W. COLE FREDERICK H. CONVEIKSE ,IAIVIES R. CAMPBELL RAYMOND J. DOLL NORBEWI' C. IIOFFMEYIZII ERNEST D. IIUNT J. EMMET IQELLY MISIILIE I-I. IQING LOREN M. KAISER ROBERT C. IQNAP SI-IIMO A. IQUIMJIAN JAMES F. LINDSAY GERALD T. MCCRATII SHIELDON W. IQOEPF AUGUST J. SIPPEL LEWIS NVILSON , F!! 7 - tw" iff.: . H dit lf 3 , PLEDGES VICTOR W. COYLE SIDNEY H. DUNHAM LEO A. IZIATCH RICHARII K. 1'I'KR'l'MAN ELDEN D. PERKIN :NLIHEIIT ZERNHILLD JOHN QUINLAVIN ll1AROLD C. SANTMIRE FRESHMEN ROBERT BELL JOSEPH HICKEY I'IAROLD S. MOORE LIUCH D. QUINBY PIENRY B. KOZAN 'Ill-IEODORE L. TERKOSI-1 I A.LPI'IA BETA . . . CAM MA . . . DELTA .... EPSILON .... ZETA ..... ETA .... TI-IETA .... . . . IOTA .... . . . CHAPTER ROLL University of Michigan, Dental Dept., Ann Aarbor, Mich. New York College of Dentistry, New York, N. Y. . . . . . . . . .. Philadelphia Dental College, Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Baltimore, Md. .. . . . . University of Iowa, Dental Pept., Iowa City, Iowa . . . Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia . . . . University of Maryland, Dental Dept., Baltimore, Md. ...... . . . . . . . . .. Indiana Dental College, Indianapolis, Ind. University of California. Dental Dept., San Francisco, Cal. ICAPPA .... ...... O hio State University, Dental Dept., Columbus, Ohio LAMBDA MU ...... NU ..... .. XI ....... .. ..... . . . .. Chicago College of Dental Surgery, Chicago, Ill. University of Buffalo Dental Dept., Buffalo, N. Y. Harvard Unizfersity, Dental Dept., Buffalo, N. Y. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. OMICRON ............. Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, Ont. PI ........ . . University of Pennsylvania, Dental Dept., Philadelphia, Pa. RHO .... ....... N orthwestern University, Dental School, Chicago, Ill. SIGMA .... ......... U niversity of Illinois Dental Dept., Chicago, Ill. TAU ...... ........ W ashington University, Dental Dept., St. Louis, Mo. UPSILON .... ............. O hio College of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati, Ohio PI-II ...... .... CHI .... PSI ........ . . . OMEGA .. .... . University of Minnesota, Dental Dept., Minneapolis, Minn. . . . . . . . Kansas City-Western Dental College, Kansas City, Mo. University of Nebraska, College of Dentistry, Lincoln, Neb. . . . . . . . . . Vanderbilt University, Dental Dept., Nashville, Tenn. ALPHA BETA . . . . .. Baltimore Medical College, Dental Dept., Baltimore, Md. ALPHA DELTA .... ...... N ew Orleans College of Dentistry, New Orleans, La. ALPHA EPSILON .... ........... N orth Pacific Dental College, Portland, Ore. ALPHA ZELTA .... ......................... Southern Dental College, Atlanta, Ga. ALPHA ETA ..................... , ............. Atlanta Southern Dental College, Atlanta, Ga. ALPHA THETA ................ University of Southern California, Dental Dept., Los Angeles ALPHA IOTA . . Central University of Kentuclcy, Dental Dept., Louisville College of Dentistry, Louisville, Ky. ALPHA IQAPPA .......... Creighton University, College of Dentistry, Omaha, Neb. ALPHA MU ..... .... G eorge Washington University, Dental Dept., Washington, D. C. ALPHA NU ..... . , ............. Tulane University, Dental Dept., New Orleans, La. ALPHA XI ....... ............. G eorgetown University, Dental Dept., Washington. ALPHA OMICRON . . . .... University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry, Memphis, Tenn. ALPHA PI ..... ............ B aylor University, College of Dentistry, Dallas, Tex. ALPHA RHO ..... ................. C olorado College of Dental Surgery, Denver, Col. ALPHA SIGMA .... . . . Western Reserve University, School of Dentistry, Cleveland, Ohio Page Three Hundred F orty-seven , , -f,q,w"' ' ' "1 W H f 4 '.Q'1,'w1-1, . 5: lt ' ' ' P .. iffy.. TH Delta Sigma Delta Grand Master . Worthy Master Scribe ....... Senior Page . . Historian Steward .... la c Three Hundred Forty-eight UWUTX PVT1 H M-'TT-rw 1 A is Iii F 4,1 iii I iv 1" Qi, LE: ...I 1 i . 1 1 if w 15: Q 1 ri' w i3?fEII i 1 iir, S, 1 Wifi-f ' , S7 TW Wiz -- :iffy-i My tai-MM PIA mm 19 JL 01' 255 Wff I TI I H"I DR. TALBOT MAIN MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. G. G. PRITCHARD DR. IIERBERT PULLEN In IPS DR. HLOLLIDAY MEISBURCEii DR. WILLIAM WATT CAVERSDR. EDWARD F. MIMMACK I SENIORS CARLTON M. ROBERTS JQENNETH W. MCMAHON MAURICE JCLEIN LAUREN J. SIQIEE CHESTER SOULE Arif? VICTOR MARTIN I L - I Lgyq I IEII CHESTER XVALLACE I Ii I EVEIIETT C. VANDEIIPOEL '. n I I Lia l-I I I JUN IORS JAMES J. AILLINGER SOPHOMORES JOHN W. BURNS PHILIP J. BARR JAMES P. CRONON Lvl: I, . FRANK L. GUINAN II5?'i1'II WILLIAM MECKFESSICL THOMAS C. ROONEY LEON M. WALTS I I ROY E. WAGNER I Hi '53II EBESHMEN GILBERT BICKEL WILTIIAM POTTER , EDWIN B. TERRY M DONALD NORTON LL. EMMETT CORRIGAN PLEDGE MEMBERS I STANLEY LEE 14. WILLIAM BLACK STANLEY MAJOR LAWRENCE LOUGHRY il? Z ARVIS RIFFLE JOSEPH MEAGAN 'I I WII.LIAM BANNIGAN BRUCE SUTTER 532 EJ: 19 III, III FREDERICK V. TULLY HOWVARD DECAMP FENNER LINDBLOIII PIAROLD STRASSNER WALTER I. BURRELL I THOMAS HAYES HAROLD TROSSET HENRY J. WISER ' EDWARD G.AI.VIN CARL SANJULE RAYMOND IQELLY ARIWJOLD NEUBIAN ALFRED ROBERTS HAROLD DWINELLE Page Three Hundred Forty-nine A , ' ::'Si,T.iT.'.Z ffifll- lffiqf, W,',f,..I l"'W'I1I I E'1-'SFI' I I, I I II II JI'-II I Im I I xw Wu-. A LLL, - H, ., ,L 3 II1 II 3 I ,I .I - I1 HI , I 'II PII ,mf MINI I .II II .II ,W I ,II ' I I I II I II I I ,I -I f I I I II I II I::f"' I" I I I I I ' I fI I A I I .I.fIf I r :I I ,gJQI'iI I -I .I "II , AJ .I I I I-:'?-Us I I ' ' Xfs ' F" ' W' ' 'W ' ',pX"'Y' 1' ,fl Tiff 'Tfg i,1'i:,' A ' r 1 N 1,1553 1+?Qqlf:,iLf31i3QfE ,3L1f..,- W f wg? ,,,.f2 QWfgfwfyfQt:fA1MfS5pnmMg'jiHKfwialfifiiffxSmW51LAj5gXQUi51,1E1'ql5E'yM1,5iQLv'Q'Q 1- "A, , IJ ' Q:1W1::'L,L,LAL'Q 21 4' V5 'hw'4.if his fy Xa' ff' JMX-2 .2 QLLKUI 'Q'Iilpkflfi-?4iniliLM1MfLf,-ffllbmmIUMLLQNivllmlMlfifllwiflfiil f 'rife' ' rr X - P' ff f fffff --f iw A A - A-A-WIA Aff? ,,A A . J x V F1551 N W. iw , .. ,H 1 3:51 lir we -f ,N If Aii Vx' ir' IWAAS' H 1. '4 is H Wil 'fv l'1?Yr1f,',1 ' .1 X :R -T , xv- -', . I1 122-. 511 Q 12 -i' P A A ll , :fa peg ,,..,,,I! f ,, ,W . M L 1 if f 1 HT r , n,':i.f,! ' 11:1 124,44-A . fy:-Ei wIA A Alpha Omega - A . H ALPHA CHAPTER V Established 1916 1 IWW: 3 I OFFICERS 3 q President ..... ............ . . . ALOYS STILLER Vice-President .. ....... HENRY APPEL Q- ,g - Secretary .... .. I-I. LOUIS LIBERMAN A Treasurer ..... .. . .. EDWARD M. MMYERS W ' Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . . EARL I. ULLIWIAN x ' 1 Ednor .......... .. MATHEW PODOLIN Vg A ,f I5 1' 1 4 vw ,,! ,N . lf 1' RW! V 5-1' 'Mfi w, 'WE A W . lf , H rf , A1 A1 I We 1 jfffl 2 ' 1 ' 1 5 ', V is K: . 3 ', I f. W-VJ Page Three Hundred Fifty Q A A ,Af A A A fic glfjiiffIEfl5TfiifQQf1f'Q'T"WFVFTTWjV?TffTiY?TTW.jM7555Aff , 1 , 31 ALOYS STILLER H. Louis LIBERMAN EDWARD M. MEYERS ALPHA BETA .... GAMNIA .... DELTA . . . EPs1LoN ZETA .......... ETA ............. 'FHETA-RARIACH . . . IOTA ....,....... Kfxpm ........ Ltxmnm. . . . MU ...... NU .... X1 ....... OMICRON ., PI ....... RHO . . . MEMBERS SENIORS ERWIN CI-IELPLOWITZ :HENRY APPEL JUNIORS MA1'THEW PODOLIN SOPHOMORE EARL I. ULLMAN D FRESHMAN JACOB H. GREENBERG CHAPTER ROLL University ofBuffalo . . University of Pennsylvania Tufts Harvard . . . . George Washington University University of Maryland . .t. .. New York College of Dental 81 Oral Surgery ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Philadelphia Dental College . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . .. New York College of Dentistry .. .. College of Physicians and Surgeons, San. Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . North Prtcihc College, Portland, Oregon . . . . . . . . . Baltimore College of Dental Surgery .. . . . . . . . . . . . University of California . . . . . . . . . . .. University of Colorado . . . . University of Pittsburgh . . . . University of Toronto . . . University of Minnesota I i W Page Three Hundred Fifty-one MMV, ,MW-A-1, W., X, XR, it, T, , J , Aw, , A 1 T W 1 . A . 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Carnegie Tech E 3'fi 'Lili , Page Three Hundrecl Sixty-five 37 A511151 1" "2 l If I gwgg wfffi. , . ' ,QI .. .I ilI!1NI IfIlv!ti5 19 , V-If .1 N141 LH 111,-1 'fy s, 1 . Tyr!!! 1 v vl CNJ o - Q -I-I-5 E'5z11j1?' I -' -I" 1 Q'llj"""'l1h' V 1211: WM 15i?Ei'?1'111ffi-?i:1l.l1-li st1fif1t+EiiLFisigi5lMtt, 1 F, 1 GPH ' f 1 . "'L?tlit-.'i'i' P ' 1' . fi t' if, , ,. i 1 iii 3 Y ,C, 3 in -3- M . 2:15 1- LCI1 li: 51231 'LL' iijlgiij Lil i , 1 fa! 1 is 1'- 11151, TQ N 116 1 egg N 1 V? 1 F 1 Ei?-:i :alia 1 , 1511 19 l 1 ' y 1 i 1 l 1 2 .z,f' g.n,i,.,I E511 L9 W-1. 1 .La 1 Fa 1 512 lifbfml L I 1 s v ,iii ...ur ..-eww rQm'1T,fitiglEfs,a1 Q mas., 1,P 1.111.1 .,.1,..,1.11 ,1..,.,,,,1,1.111 , s1111m11111 if' E - t E i f Beta Pi Rho 5 , eg The Beta Pi Rho Fraternity is a local general with a house at 183 Engle- , wood Avenue. The Fraternity, about two years ago, sprang from the Skull and Bones Society which had been in existence as a University organization for about ' .Li a year. The Fraternity has grown rapidly since its founding and has had a if very active part in the furthering of the interests of the University. The first football dance, which was given in '22 in honor of the team of that year was sponsored by this fraternity and since it has offered to the University a cup, to be competed for either inter-fraternity or inter-murally as the Athletic Council sees fit. In addition to these things Beta Pi Rho had several varsity football men in Teddy Alfieri, Maxwell Lockie, Stephen Bardy, Gordon Brownjohn and John Newsomeg a reserve varsity basketball man in Mathew Mayer, while Gabby and Guillaume played on the Freshman Teamg two men who were active in promoting the new swimming team in Frank Meyers and John Newsome and several members who are active in literary activities and school organization. Andrew Jackson is President of the Freshman Arts class, Henry Rozan is Presi- dent of the Freshman Dent class, and is prominent on the Bison staff, and John Newsome is Treasurer of the Freshman Law Class.. The fraternity is always looking forward to the advancement of the University and makes each of its members partake in some activity in hopes that they will be an active factor in that advancement. This fraternity also was runner up for the Powell Cup in the inter frat. basketball league and put on two successful stunts at football and basketball games. Page Three Hundred Sixty-six ' Sew 1 S --i E ?T if Via 2 1:-. 1 xx ' 1. 3 '. .., ,N 11. M .131 1 - 1. 1 .a .... l 19 of 315. is 1 fii ,Q '57 ,eq 1 A5 1 EAQLIL 1 S ':T: I !"' Ti. I , sg 1 .- ' bidi 1 V 2:43, 1 We 1 1 1- 152, 1 .gif-If: 1 AL. , L- 1 1 J KES 1 Wai? rixfk :J 1 ' Eilfl! 1 wi 1 ' LU: .A -1 r N151 ' tflfiifq 4 IEE 1 g,,,w:: lr, :Q 7.2- VL. lv? ., gg ,z RR 'E Lp : A gf-J N In eq .J- A: if ff, L 'Q I In W ffl 7Q O31'iR1El, OFFICERS President ..,.. A .... JOHN A. N EWSOME, Law '26 riff? Vice-President . . . . . HENRY ROZAN, Dent '27 Secretary ...... . . .EVPIRE'l"l.' JACOBS, Arts '27 - Treasurer .......... ..... L ICON OLSEN, Arts '27 Sergeant at Arms ......... NOIIMAN GRIDLEY, Arts, '27 ' Master of Ceremony ...... HUGH ALERDICE, Alumni Di, FACULTY ADVISOR WM. J. BLACKBIFRN T 1 'TI EH F22 MEMBERS lair ARTS Vijjl EVERETT JACOBS, '27 LEON OLSEN, 27 1'9" WA" NORMAN GRIDI,EX". '27 GEORGE HANDY, '26 1' ll MAXWELL LOCKIE, '27 GORDON BROWNJOHN, '26 li ALBERT VOEIJKE, '26 EUGENE GUILLAUME, '27 V 1,5 , .S - 1 ' 'S 1.411 D : ANDREW JACKSON JR., '27 FRANK MEXTERS, '27 If ie LAW JOHN A. NEWSOME, '27 JEIARRY FOREHEAD, '27 V' L MATHEW MAYER, '27 FRANK MAURIN, '27 I ,Big 31 -i A I 11 'Lx ,, K4 .-. 1 1-.. 'I 1 .1-1 DENTISTRY 'i L HENRY ROZAN, '27 ROBERT BELL, '27 PL WALTER BURRELL, '26 . , 141 1 MEDICINE 1 1 ROBERT NIADERER, '27 ERNEST BRODY, '27 PLEDGES J ii! VROOMAN HICBY, Arts '27 JOHN GABBY, Arts '27 ' CLYDE RICI-ITER, Arts '27 1 ' 3 ALUMNI MEMBERS V HUGII ALERDICE THEODORE ALEIERI A , i ,YT I STEPI-IEN BARDY Ejqf 7 - PASSIVES ' GEORGE LINDERMAN ARTHUR BRENNAN - RAY COMSTOCK V ,H-1 4 rig? R95 Page Three Hundred Sixty-seven F Ji EMR.. n1ll111111R RRR m11 w 11. vi RIAA 'JJ -E A 'wi "R 3 . i N 1 l V , fi. A "Q fi , , gif., ' In 12:7 ! ssyfk: ! .fn ' 1 'l ,rf-,J F3535 1 FW, ,w , ,513 N 35 I 5,1 Q51 Ney. QL-Z g . ,wfzg : 1 +1 ' -.. x,,. N-1 .1 WQT 1 r M 'T l Q ,JE 1, QQ, Phi Theta Psi j Established 1923 70 University Avenue W 1 gum ' 1 ji zgff Lu l -,. . zu Eli SWIM, ' L M ., at - 1 :fffi ,,,1 5 11, H ,Z-,. li' ill 1 51 s s SEQ - 'SW Tflg! s iii li if x ff-1 ' Y - 1 l?2- .mflfi in F EQ, ,1 L12 1 E4 PM Page Three Hundred Sixty-eight ?,vYVYWYV7Y Y , , ,,,, A,-N , rw ' 1',p:"Q1 :cj-:wg Q? RFQ C: , S fj?TTl45l, 1-' T iHME"m1yf- f" BglrJQjfm"x1'AQ1l"xlLfi?3-'mn' ' M1ljilx7:5Sf,fiI llvllmiwls 1 Q nf is , 2 5 35 2-55g55,lEp!l1e.E ui fm! l3gW:fl4ila?J QQ!M :Lis, :E, fWffi11LM.i!Nl 44 1 K- ' , A - I l X . f ,VI .,,.. :f.v..' 1 , ,.w.3,!I:w," 'N g V Y uf' A-512.31 15,1 ' i1'f.,5f-2' , ' ' -5' ' E . . - .5uI.l..E4.L-,,,E.EE- .QA . , I I f , l FRATERS IN FACULTATE WII.I.ARD H. BONNER XVILFRED I-I. SHERK CHAPTER ROLL HARRIS A. BRITTING P. ALI.EN CIYIRISTMAN WII.I.IAR'l G. COOK FREDERICK CRAIG 1'IARRY J. CUDNEY JOI-IN S. CULP V. SPENCER GOODREDS PAUL A. LIARBISON ORTON P. ILIUFSTADEH L. EDGAR HUMMEI. GEORGE KOLDE ADELDERT D. KUI-IN GEORGE KIIRTZMAN, JR. ADELBERI' T. NIAKELY STUART G. MCLENNAN STANLEY F. PELLMAN ELDEN PERKINS EUGENE H. POLLOGK RALPI-I N. ROBINSON LIOWARD WARD HOWARD WILKINSON Page Three Hundred Sixty-Iiine .A WI. A . W I . .. . I ,--'1 1 I I. I Q Y wx 1 V I , 5, K ,. H .V . YI. N ,, . . I 1 L ,'.' If .. ., . V fx 'ff 11 1 1-2' 1 "1 -. 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Every fraternity in 'Arts College is represented in this body whose purpose is to promote V ' genial fellowship among the various fraternities. MEMBERS 5115 121 M L ffl Z ALBIQRT H. FLECK gil! W'ILLIAM C-. S1'1OEMAR1ER JR. DONALD F. XVATKINS ff A 'E JOHN T. WAUGII lg? , GEORGE A. 'KOLBE 2 JOHN MCMAS'fERS -E ROBERT A. OLSON lgi HAROLD J. MCCONNELL DONALD G. PURPLE ALBERT V OEKLE 4 EDWARD W. DONSON AH n.. lqyxll 5 i E X Q llflvigl . . : .E Ei! i i F' if El 'W 2 law, llute Hunclled Sivcnlg one ii 52 .4 l il -fi lif: f ' ive I 554,41 w v'1JQifP l Eiil -'iii ,A i.. 1 E i 173, rv ,,, -,A 41,5 w llllllllillllllaffq f EF iligyf 62550 25, .5 l we ,u.i..1.g5r-:grim l LT- ,L ,L 1 . gil l I EQ ill , : '?,fJ hg92 EQ" srl ' . .ST ra l ' l 2 A L:,P15 1, gr-.4 lgl l ?:3 l , l V-a E143 W ' w ?m QW: wwf f xl l if J?-1 1 V55 F-2-1 :EE l -1255 E21 7? E FQ? wf f N w lbiizz Wil iii 1 SV "J lg iff W L4 Eg li All - mths .smile Saas. OUR ADVERTISERS American Cabinet Company Blue Island Specialty Co. Browning, King 81 Co. Buffalo Cloth Weaving Co, Buffalo Dental Mfg. Co. Buffalo Electrotype 81 Engraving Co. Buffalo Optical Co. Buffalo Leather Goods Co. College Lunch Cox Sons 81 Vining Davis-Schultz Company Dellwood Dances Electro Dental Mfg. Co. Goodrich Lunch Frank Haefner William Handel Harvard Co. Frank B. Hoole Jeffrey-Fell Co. Kays-Durgin, Inc. Kenworthy Printing Co. Kleinhans Co. Kramer, Florist Kramer, Photographer Lutz Shop Stanley P, Marsh Men's Hotel New Chicago Lunch New University Restaurant Peerless Laundry i -1' 33 K3 v his a l X l Fl :fm A Peter Paul 81 Sons igiiq Plimpton-Cowan Co. M. ,l. Powsner Ritter Dental Company The Rosticcera Snow Dental Laboratory Spaulding Bros. Co. iff? Spendelow Printing Co. lffv Stoddart Bros. W. O. Tower Co. K. W. Watters Co. Welalaer Dental Mfg. Co. gg S. S. White Dental Mfg. Co. 1?,.',!, Whiting Stationery Co. iff Ei Williams Gold Refining co. me l 'F F Fl if ltl. rms-It . ...i ,',. 2' T as EFX. of 13. To U. B. Students, a clothing, furnishing or a hat need at once suggests- Browning-King S1 Co. 571-575 Main Street E. E. Brubaker, Mgr. in XAX Buying fZ1Z.7'6'L'ZLj9'0llZ the 7iZ6Z7ZZfjllZL'ZLZl7'E7' mmm bu! one pry! bdwewz Me wefziwzg Qf Me woofefzf am! Me wfzrzfrobf of Me wmrer. PRIDE Sl1akespere's '6Seven Ages of Man" has been re- duced to three. First, the dependent infant. Then the boy who produces only what he himself consumes and finally the MAN who recognizes an economic duty to the family that raised him. The Rubicon be- tween the boy and the MAN is the first Life In- surance policy established by his own efforts. The exact points of cleavage between a boy and a MAN is the moment when his PRIDE will not per- mit him to face the possibility of death before paying back to the family something like the amount used to produce him. Someone has spent at least 595,000 on YOUR education-let me point out how ridiculously little it would cost YOU to fulfill this obligation to your STANLEY MARSH -- ASSOCIATE GENERAL AGENT Tins CoN1xLc1'1cuT llfIUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN1' Seneca 1609 Dan. l' Ed. Compliments of The Lutz Shop Fra1fe1'nz'1fy B6l7'b67'S SZ SZ Thanks until next year . :wwee-Www " I Ai Wylie? 1 9 2 . fvlodern V ' Dental Eqmpment C Q Eleccro l Dental ,' Unit, .fvzz f he Senior f 5544. 7. , .L,. g 'A C i? Electro Dental lf ll Chair, NC ll na, 5' X Motor Driven "The Unit Thar Grows The Eleclro cDenl'e1l Junior Unit grow: into 4 Senior Unit step by step, juxt ay cz dentist builds his practice. Sold exclusively through Dental Dealer: ELECTRO DENTAL MANUFACTURING CO. Philadelphia, Pa. SnoW's Student Articulator The favor in which the New I ,, x NT Century Articulator is held 5 I I among the different styles of I 'e" iw -3 Anatomical Articulators is the y N A proof of its merit. The addition ' s n ' of the Stay Rod has been lately A I o " A "' ff ' made to it, and in this form, it has received the name of the Student Articulator. The Stay Rod is intended to prevent the A E ,.,,,, 4: IAQ , rr fs? lv an 9 7 ""I X. wi F I Q, I 1 Q I s ws y -1' 1 I III? A f We f IX Z H., ' I Q Y ff ' ' W I A ' 1 5 .4 K V1 Qmf f I ' ,X J' yt xl' ,cf fx x ,X ! ft Il ti 'Hs ,. ,f ,I lm, NL!! f f X springing together of the two halves of the articulator by any Wjnif H careless or rough handling, and q . the consequent derangement of the articulation of the teeth. It is especially recommended for use among the Students in Dental Colleges. lt can also be made useful in ohtaining the correct articulation of the teeth. Naturels Mandate Punishment is visited hy nature on the man who aftronts her hy assuming that he can do as he lilies with his own body. The eyes are given as the windows of the soul to use and not to ahuse. It is hardly optional with you as to Whether or not the suttering eyes shall have the care ot an oculist fphysician eye-specialistb. There is no other sane procedure. BUFFALO OPTICAL CO. PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS SPECTACLE AND EYE-GLASS MAKERS 574 MAIN STREET if you do not lflllllll llll rfculisl, we will gladly supply u list TRADE if. BUFFDENTCO X MARK REGISTEHEU U. S. PATENT UFFICE uality Price Service These three have kept the BUFFALO DENTAL MFG. CO. in the front rank as a Dental Supply house for the past fifty years Merchandise of QUALITY, sold at a fair PRICE and hacked by a SERVICE which reaches the limits of our territory has been O : "2 G "2 CD Cb 1:- Ph O P! r SD F-I H1 D9 Q C0 : FP : "1 'f SD : Q. FI' :- Cb H1 s FF : '1 fb shall he reflected in the past. BUFFALO DENTAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY BUFFALO, N. Y., U. S. A. Rf '4Push Down Lever And Solder Connection Cf' Easy words to run off on a typewriter but not much use to a dentist when some part of his dental equipment fails to function properly and he has asked for help. This is the kind of service a dentist can expect and usually gets when he purchases dental equipment from a house located miles away from his office. After the initial installation-all personal contact ceases-a two cent stamp becomes their official representative-and the dentist is left lu solve his own problems. Bear this in mind and let your future location determine the house who will serve you. We welcome you into our midst-not with the idea of what we can get-- hut rather what we can give. Our husiness is not to sell the dentist but to establish him. We have no use for methods that tend to make sales without giv- ing thought of what is to result from them. The dentistis success is our success and we can only succeed a sthe dentist prospers. We are at your service and no obligation will he incurred by calling upon us KA YS - DURGIN, INC. Designers and Builders of Modern Dental Suites A CITY Ol? BTNCHAMTON NEW YORK Attention Professors! for CATALOCUE AND BOOKLET ILLUSTRATlNGg GRAPHS, CHARTS, ETC., FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONg ANATOMTCAL, MICROSCOPIC LANTERN SLIDE DRAWINGg LETTERING, DESIGNING, ETC., ETC. Call WM. H. HANDEL l3Ll BUliCll ,Ut7E.-Sllldclll, Jllcclicrzl School, U. of B. 1 gawk - A V 1 M 5 -Q J f W -- .-:hwJNlvL'I'1Iso,..... -f v ww lxw iv v - V W gy f'5E5ff'r11p111111- 1 111 11111 1-1, , ' 4 2 , . 1' fi-1 A - , A W .mi ni IE: ' :EF-1 95' ' " ' ' Q ,A 1 5-Z KAI . 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FUNICS Dancing School T1-TUESDAY-T ITURSDAY-SATURDAY FOLLOW THE CROWD TO The New University Informal Dances RCSIHUYZIHI PRIVATE LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT Hall to Rent 350 Per Night SEASON SEPT. 15TI'I T0 JULY IST The Bgst in - t't - l'z - S ' The Royal Casino Quan ' y QM ' y emce CRYSTAL BEACH LAKE FRONT WEST Dancing and Bathing SEASON MAY 25TH T0 SEPT. 10TH 3264 MAIN ST. 'EGO WHERE IT,S GOOD" Opp. New University GRADUATES:-Your Success has greatly depended upon your perfect equip- ment. Remember, HBISCO BRAND ALUMINUM IMPRESSION TRAYSQ' for a perfect impression. , I ,E 'X A , iy i l E Q BX . fl " S- I an FN fi A A A I 1 I ,H Y had .ix O f Fi 'Q' -1 tm ' 'N A' ,A of-: I A 9? ",ff lv: .- fm' ff.-A-l '. .- - . f N in J. 1' L. 1Qa4..g'3-55" .,.,, ,lb H - lp ' ' ' .fix 2169 All in 9 Q52 ,gamer ,,,, -' g - lv 1 V. V..,A 'IFE In handsome mahogany finish box. Price, In handsome mahogany finish box. Price. complete .......................... 823.00 complete .......................... 324.00 Im re.vJirn1Tra Cn ala-ue nn! upan ra next BLUE ISLANDp SPECIAILTST CO., Inqc., Blue Island, Ill. Orthodontic Appliances and Supplies. Dental Specialties Surgical IHRSUFIIIDIGBIIS, Trusses, Elastic Stockings and fklldilillilliil Supporters OFFICE SUPPLIES MQW! D R' G S Desks - Blank Books .. Eversharps , . Chairs - Memo Books -Fountain and Fnle CIIGIHICHIS I Pens - Safes - TYPCYVIIICF Paper El'f"'31hQlSJQ0 ofl"CIQ"J"'Qd-ill 'llffkiff Inks - Files - Carbon Paper officv pcrfvcl SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS 4163530 STODDART BROS., INC. S6 Svneva St. 315 NI: in St. 386 Main St. Buffalo, N. Y. Writiting Paper Whiting Stationery Company Swan at Wasllingtoal Sen. 1998-9 opp. Hotel Buffalo V 4 , . 3 U '1 ..- A 1"-My--i n . , .gh wo , !f'f . W r . ' 1"-Q G, X V , --sg-ZX? Mlf weii t l ne w sy f i . ka-A I v to e I 04 eWCRjtter Took N13 AIG-I TRI' N ITTER PRACTICE BUILDING , JY SUGGESTIONSU, a book for 1 thinkers who are interested in success. ...Ai Over zoo pages full of practical sug- I -,rf 4 -I 3-,F - gestions for your assistance in establishing jf and building a successful dental practice. I f IVIany successful careers owe their start to a simple sound suggestion. This bool: contains hundreds of them. 239 A successful practice cannot he guar- anteed hy anyone. That is an intang- ' N ihle thing influenced by your own per- W' R sonal characteristics. We can, however, ' offer suggestions that will help you suc- Qf .tw X1 '1-. v Fra- f gig In Ly ceed, This we have done, in a concrete helpful way, in HRITTER PRACTICE BUILDING SUGGESTIONS." One copy of the students' edition of this hook will he Presented to each grad- uating student in all dental colleges this year. To obtain your copy you have only to attend our exhibit at your college, particulars of which will he sent to you later. RITTER DENTAL MFG. COMPANY, INC. Roci-1EsTER, N EW YORK Nk 7 1 XX N a n I W g f W- .J l X-,J 'lx ."l- i'2 . 1-' W . Vie,-I I lie ll Jflsxvr , 7. li q t ? 'sw SEQ L I, yt C we gig 'LX - . I , -- -94 I I , ,- I. - Tx W .-Q J - W I , ,aiu 31 I A 'igf ,A in Q. X. " " ll X A N Z hi' M- . is Libxg l E lf- ! 7? A! 0,.1.Rg51A',f 3?-,:.vlSVt4?d if ss , e f - I as 5 ., . S- Z -9. js ' - . i f 1 1, --at , , 4 X ,A - ij X 1- - t .5 4 .' X 6 v , I REFLECTIONS as THE EQUIPMENT that you put into your ofiice is a direct reflection on your personality. PLAN YOUR OFFICE so that the first impression on your patient will be favorable, and make sure that no part of your furnishings or equipment reverse their opinion. THIS EFFECT can be obtained in but one manner, and that is by harmony throughout. Consider your office as a unit and not four or five separate rooms having no relation to each other. HERE IS WHERE WE COME IN. Our experience in planning and equipping offices is invaluable to you. Consult us i11 regard to each step-the location, the lay-out of your office, the decorations, and finally, the equipment and furnishings that go to make up the finished office. AVOID REGRETS ea! THE DAVIS-SHULTZ CG., Inc. 700 Main Street A . .613 Central Bldg. Buffalgn N, Y, Rochester, N. Y. Compliments of A THE NEW Chicago Lunch 939-941 MAIN STREET BUFFALO, N. Y. A l l i A Dinner Here Wfill Prove Our Merit Our Home Baking and Cooking Will Satisfy You Every Reputation has a reason CURS IS GQUD CLGTHES The Kleinhans co. Bll6!ll0,S Greazesz Clothiers IW L1 I I W linglon Slrccls American abinet o. 120 1 WILL NOT TURN YELLOW LINED WITH WTfITE,GLhS W 1 Asmsvmnmctmtsi :mm msn ' DIAMOND PATTERN PRISM GIASS III DWR5. , I VITROLITE ASS TOP I NSTRUMEKT DRA .1 I EI? WITII OPAL GI 11 'KTRAY5 I . Sl 1 v One Piece Dagger ,fl White Glass Bodies Medicine Close ts OHUKI SVHLING DF ITIEKING 01' DRAWIQ1 1 . I DRAWER. HAVE ITEEL BODIES WITI1 WI 0R HAHO I YY 'RONTS X X x I 1 1 nf I mmf Anrmur - mast: ml MITATIUN is the sincerest form of flattery and attempts have been made to imitate this cabinet. lt is unique and original and far ahead of anything else in dental cabinets. Sheraton and Chippendale were in advance of their time in the art of cabinet making, and our No. 120 Dental Cabinet has an air of the future that is hard to deny. American Cabinet No. 121 This is the same as No. 120, except that it has wood drawer bodies instead of steel, metal lined White enamelled medicine closets instead of glass, and chipped glass in doors. American Cabinet No. 122 Same as No. 120, except that it has wood drawer bodies instead of steel. Terms Our goods can be combined with other equipment such as chair, unit, engine etc., and purchased on one contract on easy monthly payments. THE AMERICAN CABINET C0. rwo ntvras, wts. STUDENTS ATTENTION I ESTABLISHED 1834 Eat Where It's a Treat Food that is as good as Mother ever preparedg food that is wholesome and fresh and economical, ' COMPANY . 25' 1NooR12oRATEo Full Course Luncheon 500 - - 750 -Wholesale Druggists Q25 0 S T I C C E R I A 50-52 East Swan Street BUFFALO,N.Y. 635 Main St., North of Chippewa St. E COMPLIMENTS OF THE WILLIAMS GOLD REFINING COMPANY 2978 TNTAIN STREET BUFFTALO, N. Y. fx t .ew 1 -.--:,, .. ' .. -Q Le. .. H x We A lyk 'ix 1 .hx . xhx ' 'Er W lx. A f-A 'f. x.x -xxx A ' I ' 5 1-mr:-:Tru-,L 7.':l5 mx V ljfffigi ARVAR ffl! , A .vjgkf AL fffg The above illustrates tlie utilities of the new Harvard Plat- form. 1 I . X X ,.,. . ,. Harvardw Denial Chair, also our new line of Dental Cabinets and im- proved Electric Dental Engines. New designs an el un- surpassed features of beauty and utility mark the Harvard if ,A, n-il-3135111121 acconiplisllments of the season. 2. 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George Kramer SZ Son University Photographers STUDIO : 856 NIAIN STREET 'l.'uppQ1- 1113 Watters, Varsity Line 57 Speed Shoes--"College Built" Featuring a complete col- lection of Americzfs keen- sst models for youngmen ' who want to step out this spring in the most popular styles of the season. - Varsity Line 37 Heywood Line 38.50 and 310 J. K M. Line 312.50 and 313.50 K. WATTERS COMPANY GENESEE BUILDING Upens 6 A. M. Close 8. P. M. Goodrich Lunch Regular Meals 40 Cents 993 Main Street Tupper 2238 Einnia Millette Buffalo Cloth Weaving Co. WE REWEAVE Moth Holes, Tears and Burns in All Garments ALL HAND NEEDLE WORK 939 Main St. Bulfalo, N. X. Opposite Allen Street TRUNKS BAGS SUITCASES BRIEF CASES LADIES' HANDBAGS DRESSING CASES . LEATHER NOVELTIES 'GLONGER LASTING LUGGAGEW From Factory to You BUFFALO LEATHER GOODS CO. RETAIL STORES 362 Main Street 608 Main Street Far-tory 369 Ellicott Street A BUFFALO, N. Y. ljlione, Seneca 2996 L. H. Beer, Pres. Milf,-93 Frank B. 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You are also assured of courteous, personal attention. To the young Doctor and Student we have many things of interest. Come in 1 a warm welcome awaits you. Your patronage in the past has been appreciated, and we respectfully solicit your future requirements. ale W. o. Town: co., Inc. 2 18 FRANKLIN STREET Between Chippewa and Huron Streets Seneca 7740 Peter Paul 8: Son, Inc. ANTHONY lf. PAUL kxssxnnzxu' ANU GENERAL IWANAUE 68350 Social Stationers and Engravers Invitations --.Announycernents Cards and Gifts for all Occasions EEE At Two Fifty'Six Delaware Avenue Above Chippewa Street .4 if -u an " Q , 4 4 F21 . ig., .W X 9 X -. f ' f XX K lx X Q' i X V ff, f', ' whit V X x i tri MN Such Are the Pictures We All Send Home X :qw-fr..-r 1- . t 1,,,,.4-, .Q--Q X Q , , M W Q-w:sXx,Ewi,?vg9gf5iiv xq if X-QPYANQ -NX ' 'wx-M "Gwen-' ft N-Q S' mx 1 'qw ' wus-r.,x.:1P,...g -' + :K e 'wg Kwt.,Nsf"'N'::""'4 li? --A .ifbQ5'f5ff2fTQ'TQX fi"X 'N gs 539 'w X' bb K-1 X :A-i.m.:,m..---ii X42- ' u l . 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