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ffxli N- BAKER, JONES, HAUSAUER, INC. . BUIFFALQ, KN.-Y. Copyright 1930 DOROTHY L. RALPH Editor-in-Chief RUTH R. REIMAN Business Manager fx -f iff: A Y-ini, ' wx Lg ve N571 is Pf ix 'Qi XX 3-xii ' N: ' Q12 Y 12 Nj' as L, x va 'v, 'fx a , fybjx ef? ylkgyab YQ ,wg . :L Ajvim , s 'gr-'04, ve this f- ix lk 6lllJlIHlUlEB HEHIUIMIIS 1 9 3 O Published by The Graduating Classes of State Teachers College at Buffalo New York IINDIIRIIESMWIDIIRJID GQ The Staf of 1930 has written this record: GC . . . a memorial of our final year before the old yields to the new . Major JOHN M. SATTERFIELD We sincerely dedicate The 1930 ELMS to Major John M. Satterfield whose efforts were important in the realization of our new college ADELBERT MOOT, LL.D In Memoriam Q A v :- L e i I 'Q v 1 HENRY W. HILL, LL.D In Memoriam TABLE OF CONTENTS SCENES ADMINISTRATION CLASSES FRATERNITIES ACTIVITIES ADVERTISEMENTS ' I ,,- .4v" -'J J I 5 1 CD 45" ,"tv-1-,pv- im X VN ! f V. 12 .GX DR. HARRY WESTCOTT ROCKWVELL 41 Z 'W H Nnlg 'G' J if fs JHEILA R Q3 Wie M2223 M-Rf' v-Ta fffwfrffxfwwwffafxiwirwxfwxfwfrxwrxrwiafar Local Board Of Trustees EDVVARD H. BUTLER . . . President 'FHENRY W. HILL . Secretary and Treasurer JOHN M. SATTERFIELD WALTER PLATT COOKE MRS. CAROLINE TRIPP CLEMENT MRS. MARY GOWANS KIEPE THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD A. CONGER GOODYEAR' ak Deceased F ourleen DEAN CATHERINE E. REED L5 4' W 'Lg "' W 'f .if Vvvdki 'E ' 2-1l'f"' "" A X'-'H? "at:-T.. 26 ,, fn? JHEJHLMIS 5233x1 43 tttttt tttiitikfiiiiiiikkktik Rosamond O. Abate B.S. Accompanist Glace A. Allen, B.S. Assistant Director of Training Gertrude M. Bacon B.S., A.M. Professor of Elementary Education H. Arnold Bennett A.B., A.M. Instructor in y . fl 'ww My Charles B. Bradley, B.S. Professor of Fine Arts Homer A. Bruce B.S., A.M. Instructor in Education l Sixteen wf xfff ffwff Clinton B. Burke Instructor in Woodworking Myrtle V. Caudell B.S., A.M. Director of Home Economics Education Luella Chapman Instructor in Penm nship ggtaezw NI31'i0I1 A. Clark, A.B. Financial Secretary Mary C. Clark, R.N. School Nurse WU, ti our ' Stephen C. Cledrgym Professolyuof Education actor of Extension it if Lilfghginenutsiurs 1 iiglff' 5 fe --4 -'-I--'ff' 'Tw-'Z 2: if .mffe -ez.. YA, !f?fg,f .:::.: .,""',: "-2431 'ki'i'i'tt"kt'kt'Ikiikiiiitiiiktkttifirikktkiiiik Marion P. Dana B.S., A.M. Instructor in Kindergarten- Primary Metlzod W Earl Daniels A.B., A.M., Pl-1.D. ofes r of English ZZ,-E-, Robert 0. Demoncl A.B., A.M. Professor of History ,lane L. DiAdario Stenographer Helen G. Englebreck A.B., A.M. Instructor in History John Fontana Instructor in Machine Shop Seven teen Raymond M. Fretz A.M., B.S. Instructor in Science Mabel B. Gilbert Cqfeteria -Manager Ruth Gill, B.S., M.A. Household Science and Practice House Mina S. Goossen, B.O.E. Instructor in English and Dramatics Andrew W. Grabau B.S. Instructor in English Kathryn S. Graham Stenographer 4 W iw V .:. g I g V A Q -5-is wi if 4 fi, f 1nE1uLMfsg g f 3 ittigg tfe ktikiiiikfiliiiiikiiiii:-E-ikriiiiik Marguerite Hanson Ida L. Kempke BSE, A.M. Pd.B., A.B., A.M. Instructor in Design Professor of English David R. Hodgin Nlildred Krier A.B., A.M. Stenographer Instructor in English Iasbel R. Houck, A.B. Nancye Lansdale Registrar Garment Shoppe Manager Ruth E. Houston, A.B. Worth McClure, A.M. Professor of Professor of Education Health Education George Huckins NI. Louise McMahon Instructor in Printing BS' Instructor in Music Edna V- Hurd Charles A. Messner Instructor in Music A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Latin i Eighteen Ja' 1: 3' ff Tiff'-I ik " ,, ff ghgueintsanrs r ff ,gf ttttlf-:gg-A't?r::.:ititttkkitftirt-kt-kttktgtiiziiittt Edward L. Morrice Instructor in Meclzanics Eileen Nlulholland Ph.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English George B. Neumann A.B., A.M., Ph.D Professor of Sociology May C. Nye, A.B., A.M. Instructor in Foods and Textiles Irving C. Perkins, BS. Director and Professor of Vocational Education Joseph F. Phillippi A.B., A.lVI. Professor of Mathematics Martha S. Pratt B.S., M.A. Teacher Training, Ken more G. hi. Quackenbush,B.S. Assistant Professor of Vocational Organization Martha Maif Reynolds A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Gertrude E. Roach, R.N. Instructor in Health Jenny Robson, Pd.B. I nslructor in M atlzematics Charles C. Root B.Pd., M.Pd.,A.B.,A.M. Professor of Education and Director of Programs 54 W 'mf Qjiwqgit' ,,,.,,,.. ..,,.,,,A 212, W' if 'P ,gee . :: E151 V,,., ' x...1f 1-:IL gg ff ll5l'U-WS ff?3 'fe5f? fiiifi fiiii' Winifred Salom, B.S. Instructor in Health Education. Edith H. Schnalz BS. in Home Economics Substitute Instructor in. Chemistry Florence Scoular ' B.S., M.S. Instructor in Science Alma M. Shugrue., A.B. Instructor in Kindergarten- Primary Meth.od Mildred I. Sipp B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Teacher Training Franklin Smith Custodian 'ki'itkkiiiikitktiiiiktitttitit Twenty Ruth E. Speir Assistant Professor of Music Alice B. Spencer A.B., B.L.S. Assistant Librarian Amelia B. Sprague Instructor in Fine Arts Harry J. Steel, B.S.,A.M. Director of Training and Professor of Education Katheryne C. Thomas V A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Geography Kathrine Towne B.S., M.A. Teacher Training, Kenmore 4 i' -.Q -.f --q-""- .Aw ..qx -....,,, ...af N4., .mf -.3 Z f Jurilutmrs 5,5 +wafwwTfnww1wwffwffwwfwwfwwaffffwi'f'wxwvf1rfwx May C. Turner, BS. Instructor in Foods Charles A. Vail BS., M.A. Instructor in Science Grace Viele, B.L. Librarian Walter B. Weber Instructor in Electricity Agnes Agnitch Third Grade, School 38 Carrie Benson, B.S. Fourth Grade, School of Practice Twenty-one Lyclie A. Chamot French, School of Practice Mary L. Darker Second Grade, School 38 Marguerite De Laney Sixth Grade, School 38 Lena S. Denecke Reading and Literature School 38 Mary J. Doe Fourth Grade, School 38 Genevieve D. F euchter Fifth Grade, School 38 4 1: L, .. 1- fe 251 ez ...W-ef A.1? ., --"1 if "'-- wk 21,5 ,, 'Q JHBJHLMIS ,, await?- wwf' affffxwfwwwvfawwfffvffxfwarrfwwk Edna R. Gardner Fifth Grade, School 38 Eleanor M. Gover, B.S. Sixth Grade, School of Practice Edith A. Henning H istory and Geography School of Practice Thelma M. Hepp, B.S. Second Grade, School 38 Ethel H. Herlan First Grade, School 38 Mary L. Jamison, BS. Kindergarten , School of Practice Carl Kumpf Mathematics, School of Practice Martha G. Metz First Grade, School of Practice Ellen Mochler Second Grade, School 38 Charlotte M. Moore Arithmetic, School 38 Stella O,Reilly Fifth Grade, School of Practice Mary Hofman Roberts B. S. FQ'th Grade, School 38 it 4 W":3'??rQhf,lHEllL"MHlS 1 xiii' 5 li' , ... r:::.Zif 4 1-wvfwwwfnwa in-ififwtakiwtvfvfxwwwfirixwixwitivfk Theresa A. Roehsler,B.S. Second Grade School of Practice Frances Rudell Second Grade, School 38 Edna L. 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' ' Q-Q f-J if-4,Wv'1 '-A 'f-l, Qd.2 . -'2 - 'Af 1'-H4 .-fy.. .sw ', I 9 ' 51.9 - ' 5? -f' ' -A- if ,,, -- -mfg M--wwxi -f--5 vfzfwfzr rff1i2242?"1 -' --'41-v + --1 " .S-'If' ' Ny-"nf 'J . , H g , "Y Q:f2'i':2i1. 1E'5f,?e94,ifZf.2:vi"-.rw7i ' ---- .U K t "jf K ' ' P , 1 ,, ,V . , A' " " - ' V -' X "By Niagarafs rippling waters Stands our city,s pride . . " a P W .i,1fT5T.W " :., ,...t if T f JH 19 NIS 1 - SS... A R it A:-HR E Lk 230 ii-2 'TSA 'T iiitk-Tak!!!iiiiiiiikiitittiifiiitiiktiiiik Order Of Exercises OVERTURE, "SailOrS' Songi' ...... Greig STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE ORCHESTRA Miss Edna W. Hurd, Director SONG. with Descant, "Hymn of Praisew .... Old Irish Air COLLEGE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA Miss Ruth E. Speir, Director INVOCATION THE REVEREND CAMERON J. DAVIS Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church THE CITY,S PRIDE IN THIS PROJECT TIONORABLE FRANK X. SCHWAB Mayor of Buffalo EXPRESSIONS OF GOOD WILL FROM BUFFALOTS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS THE REVEREND PETER J. CUSICK, S.J. President of Canisius College DOCTOR SAMUEL P. CAPEN Chancellor of the University of Bujalo DOCTOR ERNEST C. HARTWELL Superintendent of Schools, Bufalo SONG, "1N1Other of Teachcrsl' .... . . Perry-Smith COLLEGE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA CONGRATULATORY GREETINGS BY STATE OFFICIALS DOCTOR J. CAYCE MORRISON Assistant Commissioner for Elementary Education, State Education Department HONORABLE THOMAS J. MANGAN Regent of the University of the State of New York HONORABLE MORRIS E. TREMAINE State Comptroller HONORABLE WILLIAM E. HAUGAARD State Architect DELIVERY OF THE TROWVEL DOCTOR HARRY W. ROCKWELL President of State Teachers College at Buffalo ACCEPTANCE OF THE TROWEL AND LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE EDWARD H. BUTLER President of the Local Board of Ma,nagers of State Teachers College at Buffalo MARCH from "Athalia,7 ..... Mendelssohn COLLEGE ORCHESTRA SONG. "Alma Mater" COLLEGE CHORUS AND TRUMPETS Twenty-seven EDVVARD H. BUTLER, Senim 4 ff 43. ,A rel? f ff JLZ'?f:Al:,if?if wmrw-- W W 1 Wi lk if if .B O ,ilsizggjggu an ik iiiiiiilii'Iiiififififfifiiififiiffiviiiifi Laying of the Cornerstone Wednesday, October 9, 1929, marked a great step forward in education and in the progress of our school when the cornerstone of the new State Teachers College at Buffalo was laid. These beautiful buildings go to form one of the greatest educational centers of Western New York. lmpressive events took place that day that will preserve it in the memories of all who participated. We who waited so anxiously for the day to arrive felt that as the walls rose so should we rise to our proper place among the colleges of the State. The new buildings were the last necessary stimulus to force realization upon the lay mind that we are no longer a normal school but truly a college. School spirit among the students never before reached such a height of enthusiasm. How proud we were to say we attended State Teachers College, how elated to be present at the ceremonies of the day, and how uplifted as we took part in the dignified rites that preceded the spreading of the mortar. None of us will ever forget, even when the actual words are lost to our memory, tl1e glow within us as Chancellor Capen of the University of Buffalo and Father Cusick of Canisius College stressed the friendliness that exists between us and the other two great schools of Buffalo. Perhaps, though, the exercise which will linger longest in our memories is the actual laying of the cornerstone. Just sixteen years before, October 9, 1913, Edward H. Butler, Senior, ofliciated at the ceremonies for the present building. With a thrill, as its full significance broke upon us, we watched Edward H. Butler use the same trowel on the cornerstone of our new building. The little box in the stone contained interesting information for future gener- ations, a college catalog for 1929-30, a photograph of the breaking of the ground for the new building, a copy of the 1929 ELMS, a program of the Lake Placid conference, a student handbook, a copy of the programs of the cornerstone layings of 1869 and 1913, an invitation and a program for the exercises of 1929, a list of the students of the college, a document recovered from the cornerstone of 1869 with names of the officeholders in Buffalo at the time, a newspaper clipping published in 1869 and a new one-dollar bill donated by Section Two of the Third Year Intermediate group. Twenty-nine 4' if gg, i' '4' ,Q " llEllb-MTS Q30 ' ,ft fwxfl3iTif'f1wiii2 wwf wwffrwfuw 1 wwffwf1HF3Q'+E?'fzwwfx Lines for a Cornerstone Sealed against Time, today we set away The Past Within the eorner's rugged stone, Whereon our dream, which through slow months has grown, Shall take its splendid shape in steel and clay. Set firm that stone in place. Oh on it may The building strongly rest. Set Hrm that stone- Symbolic corner-rock of WiSdOlH7S throne- Preserving, for Tomorrow, Yesterday. On this, the only true foundation laid, In noble pride the building shall arise, Eternal sign of highborn enterprise, With doors wide-flung. And Wisdom, sober aid, Shall lodging find, where with a single eye Both Past and Present watch the eastern sky. -Earl Daniels Th i rly g:I:g:g:g:g:::9-:I:I, Qgxv,1gg4::5:gq ,III . 12131: 15:5 g-' .I.gZ1:g' 1YgI:1:2-351' "I:?'-.-15:3 :::5.g:I f:1:2'I:1S6a'. !g I 5:-:-.-' I-'+I-1-:-:cf I:'3.f75If15" " "ff-:'7' ?7ffff':I "" 1T:Q:7:Q:E:l:5:Q:- II -2 5:13:25 I 99212 -1-511122351 F'.,-:-:1:1:- '-L, ffci .-: ' X1'5"?k4Zkc-:-.i:1:1II:'- 1i:I:f:j:f:::2:::f:g:-1351112-2f2.I.I.I---I .I:1:E:g11r? '.1:1i:-f. .-:iz-.-. 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MCCLURE ' A PEACEY 1 i MEDLICOTT Senior Class Oflicers Thirtyfue . . . . ' President Representative to Social Program . . . Vyice-President A Secretary . Treasurer . Faculty Advisers W, ...NW 3, - 234' W " ,.. .:,:2 Tk '54 W in A i JEENLMIS Q3 if Q :'f..::: -WM, -CSB!!! my-gyms wffwf'3?' f'5f 1' ff I , , ,, , ,,,, .-,: V. 5' "Z "f"f1f5 2125: i f f. 1- -fl "' -E.--.-.-1:5 , L ' ' . L ' 5: -. : :5v' ,W r i 1 1 i y, al' f 1 A s- ax Xi if 7 ' ...:, xw.?.a-, 4 . ,., ., , . . Wf:.5iZl?l5'f- 1' -4'ex':i-45"f11'i,?-JT'-:- -" 3 -916'-'if4Ei24Q:f"45'fI'::':': ,f'6y"'5'EW. HW if-:'..,ff.fM V, - ff' A W, I, , W ,.,, ' P" kiri'-kiifktiikirktt-kink AMELIAAGLE Home Eco nromics Phi Upsilo-n Omicron President, 7305 Junior Degree Class Treasurer, '29g Central Council, '29, '30 HAZEL MARIE BARBER Grammar - "Rec0rd', Staff., ,28, Literary Editor '29, Editor-in-Chief, '30g Literary Editor ELMS Staff, '29 KATHRYN L. BARNES Home Economics Home Economics Club ELIZABETH M. BEACH Intermediate Basketball, Baseball, Invitation Committee, '30 MARY E. BENZINGER Home Economics Art Kraft Klubg Home Economics Clubg Alpha Sigma Tau ALENE BROWN Home Economics Home Economies Club Thirty-six fk Tf"w f 'kit 1 ff Q 4 -Q' -gfpwfp 'Ht Q It 1, ff JHEIELMIS f ,jr iiiigdil-:kiln-Lfiiii'kiiiiiiiiii'i"ir'ki'ki"?'k'k:5'ig'ki'Iri' INIARJORIE CHAPIVIAN Grammar Delta Sigma Epsilon, Basketball, '27.,'28g Glee Club, '29, 730, Section Captain, '30g Y. NV. C. A., ,30 EMILY CHOJNACK1 M Grammar Current Events Club, ,28- '30 GERTRUDE CHURCHILL Home Economics Home Economics Club L. HARVEY CLARK Grammar ANNA COFFEY Home Economics Pi Kappa Sigma President, 530g Delegate to National Convention of Pi Kappa Sigma, '29g Panhellenic Representative, '29, '30 . HELEN LOUISE CORBY Grammar Current Events Club, '28g Sociology Club, 728 W Th irty-seven 4 W fm jggffw P- :..A..:: i if 1' 2 f IHEIHLMIS igB ff ,gf wffwzfgagamiijriigwwfwwxffffwwrwrffffviigvfilqcuiillriiigfw Ezizfwwf ALEXANDER CORTI Grammar Debating Club President, '29, 301 Summer "Record" Staff, '28g "Re- cord" Staff, '28, '29 - DOROTHY M. CRANDALL Home Economics Pi Delta Thetag Y. VV. C. A.g Home Economics Club FRANCES M. CROSS Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Glee Clubg Non-Residents' Association HELEN JEAN DICKINSON Home Economics Y.W.C.A.g Home Economics Clubg Art Kraft Klub Corresponding Secretary, '30 RUTH M. DOWNES Grammar Glee Clubg Basketball, '26- 728g Art Kraft Klub, 728 RUTH F. EHRIG Home Econ om ics Merrill Palmer Nursery Schoolg Sigma Sigma Sigmag Art Staff of ELMS, '30 Thirty-eight 'll If iezfflw' m4?55' Q Wylie., Wlyff I fs- ar ,ig JHEIHLMIS ' YL, fwfff'iafw'1i::fiwwffwfxxvfwwufwfffwff1i?an1T?fwvfaf MILDRED K. ELLIOTT Home Economics Clee Club, '29, '30, Art Kraft Klub President, 330, Home Economics Club, '29, '30 BEATRICE EIVIMINGER Grammar Glee Club, 526, '27g Basketball, '26-'28, Art Kraft Klub, '28 l ALICE L. ERICKSON Home Economics Art Kraft Klub President, '28: Home Economics Club DOROTHY M. EWERS Home Economics Dramatic Club, '27g Alpha Sigma Alpha President, 730, Chairman Junior Prom, '28, Moving Up Day Committee, ,30 PAULINE FITZGERALD Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Section Captain, '30, Senior Ball Com- mittee, ,30 LOUIS L. CITIN Grammar Debating Clubg Menis Glee Clubg Junior Prom Committee, '29g Bas- ketball Squad, ,27Q "Record,' Staff Thirty-nine My wfwiffle ' A 'Q'- is in ,, 'g f' llEllLMlS Q3 if ,. wwfafvfis fflfwwwrwxfvfvfawfrwfftfwxxfwf wffwwx ED NA GRAMPP Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alphag Dramatic Club 726g Home Economics Clubg Chair- man H. E. Day Assembly Program, '29 GRACE N. GUARINO Home Economics Home Economics Club JUSTIN GUIDA Grammar ELSIE GUTEKUNST Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Y.W.C.A.g Phi Upsilon Omicron Secretary, ,29g Art Kraft Klub, 'zsfso FLORENCE HALE Home Economics Y.W.C.A.g Home Economics Club GRACE HANN Home Economics Pi Kappa Sigma Treasurer, '3Og Section Captain, '29g Y. W. C. A.g Basketball, '26-'30, Varsity. '27-'29g Spring Play, '28 Forty 4' "M, 415' Eff- A' " 5 nm?" A N23 'givi- ,3 1nE1uLNnisQ3kg-f-gkfin 4-wwfwwfxwf1fraffkwwwrxwrwfrfxfvwfvfwxwwiwffr NIARIAN E. HARRINGTON Horne Economics Delta Sigma Epsilong Phi Upsilon Omicronz Chairman Ring and Pin C0mmittee,'30g Basketball Captain, '27 . AUGUSTA E. HERSCHEL Kindergarten-Primary Art Kraft Klub, '26, '27g Dramatic Club, '26, '27g Basketball, '26-529: Currrnt Events Club, TZ9, ,30 LEAH LOUISE JAYNES Grammar Non-Residents' Associationg Glee Clubg Orchestra, '28-'30 FRANK WALLACE JONES Grammar l T A CAM ILLIA C. KARPOWI CZ Grammar EDWINE M. KOENIG Home Economics Glee Clubg Basketballg Home Eco- nomics Club F orty-one 5 4 Q -fgigf ':"" :. --ir ,fr lr , f Z5 IHEIHLMIS Q3 5 .3 i'1isk-ktiwfmtiti'ittnkikkiiittitkifiiikfit tifitk BERTHA M. KOPEK Kindergarten.-Primary Baseball, 727, 728, Basketball, '27, '28, '30g Sociology Club, '29 MARGARET A. KRUTENAT Grammar Basketballg Non-Residents' As- V sociationg Graduate of Brockport Normal HELEN M. LAZER Home Economzcs Alpha Sigma Alpha, Y.V.C.A., Dramatic Club, 527, Moving Up Day Committee, '30 JULIA E. LONGNECKER Grammar Y.W.C.A., 28, 29 KATHLEEN M. LOBENZ Grammar K MARY ELLEN MCGARRY Home Econ omics Home Economics Clubg Basket- ballg Section Captain., '30 Forty-two f ff HEJHL wal 1 Mahi if far l 5 S1 0 we "' Ifrl'-22? '15E,.T- 'E--Q3 il' wffff'3721?f'1'F'TFwwwfwwwfffafaffwxafwaff ffwxffwfvfa- JEAN RICLAREN Clummur Clee Club, '26-'29 ELIZA MCLAUGHLIN Intermediate IVIARGARET A. INIASTERS Intermediate EVELINA B. MEDLICOTT Kindergarten-Prirnarjf Dramatic Club, '26-'30g Sigma Sigma Sigma, '26-'30g Vice-Presb dent, Fourth Year Class 1 ETHEL MERKEL In term ediate Junior Girls, C-lee Club ARTHUR L. IVIETZ Grammar Kappa Kappa Kappa Secretary, '29g 'Fourth Year Representative to Social Programg Athletic Control Board, ,30g Men's Clee Club, 328 F orty-th ree 42'-45 ar it af' Zi il " r W gf' iuiiuvswuis ggi f if tiiizgffgitiiijiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiikiifiitifiik FLORENCE E. MINEKIIVIE II1Z9l'lIlCl'I1itll9 Y.W.C.A.g Current Events Clubg Basketball GRACE E. NOELLER Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigmag Art Editor of ELBIS, 730g Chairman H. E. Day, '29g Merrill-Palmer School SALLY H. OTTO Horne Economics Sophomore Class President, Sigma Sigma Sigma President, ,29g Phi Upsilon Omicron, 729, '30g Social Program Committee Chairman, '30 ETHEL M. PARKHURST Home Economics Varsity Basketball, 327g Glee Club, '28-'30g Art Kraft Klub Secretary, '30 ELEANOR PEACEY - Home Economics Section Captain, '28, Representa- tive to Social Program. '29g Fourth Year President, '30, Delta Sigma Epsilon: Phi Upsilon Omieron CLARA PETERSON Home Economics Home Economics Club: Costume Committee Dramatic Club F ortyfour .4 wx. 423- 'E - fy Y i'fmfj'f,15:-113' Q ff JBEJHLMIS ff ,gf fwxwwwfxwfQfwfrxftvmrwfxwrwfxxfffxwwffxwfwx "we A-:W ! JOAN RASCH H owne ILCOIIIJIIIECS w Pi Kappa Sigma Panhellcnic Rep- i resentative, '28-'30g Y. W2 C. A.g ', Student Handbook Committee, '29: 2 .Merrill Palmer, '30 l JOSEPH INE RA UTENSTRAUCH Home l,L0ll0IIllCb Pi Delta Theta Vice-President, '30: Non-Residents' Association: French Clubg Senior Representative Pu-nhellenic '30 MERCEDES RENTZ I ntel medzate Current Events Clubg Basketball i My l MILDRED L. RIBBECK A Home Economics ' Y.VV.C.A.3 Sociology Clubg Home , 51, Economics Club ' ' i rl, 4 lx ll l ELIZABETH ROWE S? Home Economics Home Economics Club, Alpha Sigma Alphag Junior Prom Committee. '29 J GERALDINE RUTH RYAN Home Economics ,li Home Economics Club l Fortyfve 223 4 ik two wfffw KQQ'f.Q. .Sr .,,..' " T i in Ju ws 1 s f rf fl' E LA 230 ' Ea fi tikttitttkt'kitkiikiiiititiikiiii'kit tkiitk MONICA E. SAHLEN Home Economics Home Economics Club, Moving Up Day Committee, '29 STELLA SB URG OT Grammar Central Council Representative, '30g Varsity Basketball, '27-'30g ELMS News Editor, '30g College Cheerleader, 7303 Delta Sigma Epsilon MILDRED R. SLATE Home Economics Chairman of Flower and Color Com- mitteeg Art Kraft Klub Vice-Presi- dent, '30 MARY L. SMITH Home Economics Home Economics Club, Riding Club THELMA SMITH Grammar WILTON D. SPEAR Gramm ar Forty-six il if JHEJHLMIS 5 wwvfvffrfxwww wwwwffxfwffxwfwfwfwffvffiffixfifww ELIZABETH STANLEY Grammar Chairman of Ca and Gown Com- - mittee, '30g Basllycetball, '30 N ATALIE A. TRUSCOTT Grammar Basketball, '29, '30g Social Pro- gram Committee, '29g Y.W.C.A. h k GLADYS TURPELL Grammar VIOLA EVA VAIL Home Economics Art Kraft Klubg Junior Prom Committee, '28, ELMS Staff Assis- tant Art Editor, 730Q Class Treas- urer, '30 i LEONA WORBOIS Grammar Art Kraft Klub ALICE WEATHERSTON Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Upsilon Omicrou Treasurerg Basketballg Home Economics Freshman Class President F orty-seven 43 4 er ,535-iff -,+1f:.,Q 5? ,J " fwxfffiffffffwfrwwfxrwrwaxwwfff,wf1fx?fa fw1ufwx DOROTHY WESP Horne Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma President, 30, Phi Upsilon Omicron ETHEL M. WHITE I ntermedlate Y.W.C.A. HENRIETTA WILLIAMS Grammar Basketball, 27- 29, Ca tain, 30, Y.W.,C.A.g Sociology Club, 7295 Baseball., '27-'29 HARRIET WINEGA li Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma, ,26-'30, Vice- President ,lunior Degree Class. 729 PEARL WITTMAN Grammar Current Events Club, Graduate of Fredonia Normal, '29 LILLIAN FRANCES VVRIGUT Home Economics President Home Economics Club, 729g Delegate to New York Home Economics Convention, ,29g ,lunior Prom Committee, '28 Y F arty-eight 5 3 i5'?ygh6llEllLNllS 1 QE i ff 5 wwwwfrfnwfffiffxwtvffwirffwrffifvfxwfxrfiaww FREDERICK C. WUNSCH Grammar SOL GILMAN Industrial OAKLEY IRWIN Grammar Debating Club Vice-President MERCEDES JUNE JACOBS Home Economics Home Economics Club HAJNAL B. KOKAR Intermediate IBALYA C. KOKAR Gramm ar ROSINA LOCKE Kindergarten-Primary Men's Glee Clubg Men's Clubg Band, '27, '28g Orchestrag Psi Phi Current Events Clubg Non-Resi- dents' Associationg Sociology C Forty-nine lub -K 'A' Ya 5? ml- 1+ an ee eew if ' llEllLMlS 1230 ' fr fvwgg mam xfffirwfiftwifirttimkakfarxwfffifwxwwfxfiwf MILDRED LYNCH Home Economics Home Economics Club RUTH MARIE MEEGAN Kindergarten -Prim arv Pi Delta Theta Senior Representa- tive to Panhellenicg Riding Club MARGARET E. ROOF Kimlergarten-Prinzary Current Events Club CHRISTINE SCHAMEL Home Economics RUTH SCHRAF T Grammar Y.W.C.A.g Basketballg Baseballg "Record" Staff DORA WILSON Kindergarten -Primary Fwy 22? 4 ir .,., ,,, 4 W" ff? Ge , ,. .,..,.:-TV' 527"m W7 Wm., , il f if Mg, , 1A,, ik ,r 21? ff rgliif? 2 lx 5 1 O rerr E vfwfww37jiyfTigi wwf frfwwwfuffawfffwfgf?-Fw xiiiixrraff MARTINY WEBER RINDONE GLADYS SLATER MARYA RINDONE DOROTHY WETMORE GRACE MARTINY SYLVIA WEBER DR. DANIELS . SLATER W7ETMORE Junior Class Officers F Qfty-one . . . . President Representative to Social Program . . . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Faculty Adviser 4 'k 432, W f N, f WX? "' 41 if fy i ' W f-:1 -as-aff 4 if "' ggi IHEIULMIS3 Q30 raw ' i, Katy f ' X,Z.,Q1 xNk.,V W-if-Q wffwwnffigfiofgi www A-ffwiwvfxwaf waw+wf i"v?Tf 1T'fZ-rift JANET H. ADOLF Intermediate Y.XV.C.A., 1283303 Representative no Central Council, '29, Section Captain, '30 HAZEL AHRENS Kin1ler,garten-Primarv Dramatic Club, 727, Y.W.C.A., '28, 729g Glee Club, '29, '30 w .f MUJDRED ALSWORTH Kindergarten -Primary Clec Clubs RUTH A. ALXVAY Crannnar Basketball, 27, 28, Junior Clem, Club, '27, Section Captain, '30 ELNA M. ANDREASON Grammar Non-Residents' Association Presi- dent, '29g Y.W.C.A. Chairman of Religious Education, '29, Nu Lamb- fla Sigma, '28, 329 ISABELLA BAIRD Grammar Y.W.C.A., '27-'30, Basketball, '27- '30 Fjty-two 41 ' Wag-qmifisigr sgifii, View ,Q ' Q ' JHEWLMIS lk ,gf fwwwfiyfifflswwwfwwxxwxfxwxfnffffFE?f,gi::jX,,,,,,,4. ETHEL M. BAKER Cru m rn ar lNon-Residents Associationg Soci- ology Club RUTH BARR Y Gramm ll r Sociology Club BYALY J. BASHFORD General Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappag Tennis, ,293 Basketball, ,28-'29g Central Council '28g Men's Club, '28-729 NEWTON BATES General I nduslrial Menis Clubg Psi Phi Vice-President. ,30Q President Athletic Associationg Basketball., '29, '30g Baseball, '29.'30 CHARLES BAUMLER Grammar Psi Phi Vice-President, '29g Men's A Glee Club President, 730g Men's Club MARGARET K. W. BECK Kindergarten -Primary Y.W.C.A., 727-'30 F qty-three -il 4 air t wwf Wil? " " -f 'iii -mf? IJ, ff " ,fy IHEJHLMIS 1 ow l ii ll l " E Rf'-SEQ 'ff-.gg fi' wwf,sf'iF'i'fWiWTw aww rwxwwwwxrx xwxrwrwlfiw fwffwff V HAZEL C. BECKER Kindergarten-Primary Y.VV.C.A., ,28, '29g Glee Club,'29,'30 MARION BEESING Kin dcrgarten -Primarw' 1 Y.W.C.A.,'29-'30 LOUISE J. BELTZ Kindergarten -Primary Y.VV.C.A. EDNA BENSON Kin rlergarlcn -Prim ar y Dramatic Club, ,272 Y.W.C.A.g Glce Club l I l CL'l,FFORfD B. BERG Cwzeral Industrial . Kappa Kappa Kappag Senior Ball Committee, 530g MCIIRS Club, '28g lVlauagcr Baseball., '30: Dramatic Club, '30 RUTH M. BLISS K ir11ler,gr1l'l0lz -Pri In urv Y.lV.C.A. Fjtyjour 4 if W -,, gli? ' R' 4 5 Q M if lntmaurs 5 wffwwwffwfwfrafarffwwwaffrwfffff'f,fQSiWfff EMILY M. BONGARDT Intermediate Basketball, ,27-'295 Baseball, ,27 MARIE C. BONGARDT Intermediate Basketball, 727-,293 Baseball, '27 V ELEANOR V. BOOKEY K indergarten-Primary DOROTHY BRAINSKY Scholarship MARY BRODERICK Intermediate DOROTHY E. BROWN Grammar ELDIS Staff, '30 F iffyfvff 4 ff gy ,,,.,:,A, , ,,?, mfg 1' 1+ 5 if Wxww k g ,4, Q ,A,,,, ,Q.,u mf? if 23, if way? 5 S Q30 Q, -:nr wwwfff fwi fwffwfwfxfxffwrwffrw fifff Vfxffx JEWETT A. BROWN 1 Grammar Mcn's Clubg Menls Glee Clubg Psi Phi VIOLET T. BRUN N Intermediate MARGUERITE E. BURCH In Lerm efliate Non-Residents7 Association CHARLES H. BUTSCI-I Scholarship Vice-Chairman Industrial Group M. HELEN BYERS Kindergarten -Primary Current Events Club, '29, '30g Soci- ology Club, '29, '30 MARY N. CALI QMRSJ Grammar V Fyty-six Ja ' 4: .sis J Q ' aw Jnrimlnfs f fi fwwwwgifyffgiiffrftakiwtwwiwwwkitf?EiT:?ff2"LZjKff LOUIS J. CALLAN General Industrial President of Kappa Kappa Kappag Representative to Social Program, '3Og Dramatic Club, '30, Tennis, '29, lVIen's Club, '29 PEARL M. CAMPBELL I nlermediale Basketball, '27, '28, Baseball, ,ZYQ W Y.W.C.A. y i 1 GLADYS J. CARPENTER Grammar Y.W.C.A.g Sociology Club WALTON fl. CARTER General Industrial Psi Phi, Menns Club, 728, ,29g Glee Club, '29, 730g Representative to Central-Council, 529, '30 NORMAN V. CASEY Scholarship "Record,' Staff R ELLEN CASSIDY Intermediate Non-Residents' Association F My-seven 'F it Q1a2f'2,,,, X.,,. 'A' 4 ,Q ' O llEllL'MlS 1 0 i ' W wfafw"?'f?jfwf 1 wwffwfrffrwrwwxaffffwfaf imfw Tiffin DOLORES CAVALIERI Intermediate Section Representative, '27g Glee Club, '27, ,28 GEORGE CHANKIN' Scholarship Chairman Pennant Committee, Glee Club GERTRUDE G. CHEPLOVE Kin dergarten-Primary Current Events Cluhg Sociology Club OTIS H. CHIDESTER Scholarship Orchestrag Psi Phig "Record" Staffg ELMS Business Staff E. C. CLARK Scholarship Chairman Social Committee FLORENCE COE Intermediate Orchestra Fyty-eight 'ff 2? 53 'ff Q li if .lk f law 8:1 if awfffwffwf1wwwwfffxffwwfwfwffffrxffgiffff l l DOROTHY CONNORS Ilztcrmerliatc Basketball, '27 LUCY A. CORTY Grammar Senior-Glee Club, ,285 Chairman Senior Ball, ,30g Chairman Sopho- more Dance, '28 NIA R Y COUCHLIN I ntel mediate Y.Vl,C.A., '28-'3Og Current Events Club GENEVIEVE COYNE Grammar . French Clubg Sociology Club ANNA ALTA CREIGHTON Grammar Basketball ROSE C. CROGLIO Intermediate Current Events Clubz, Y.YV.C.A.g Sociology Clubg French Club F lfty-nine 4' 'K CIS' 2221- i' 4' f wwffgf IHEIHLMIS 1 0 f .AEK I1- iififilfffii'ifffffffffffi'iffffffffffqfffiik MADGE I. CROWN . Intermediate Honor Roll, '28, '29 l ALICE E. DALDRY I X Grammar Non-Residents, Associationg Geneseo Normal NORA M. DALY l Intermediate Basketball, '28g Sociology Club: Current Events Club GEORGE H. DARB Y Scholarship Psi Phir, Glee Club MARY V. DOLAN Grammar Basketballg Current Events Club DORIS R. ,DOVE Intermediate Sectlon Captam, '28, '29g Glee Club, ,28, '29 Sixty -F if 43 Q i' It W 2,75 1214.-fh,u-FA M225 M1331 fb L? if if EZ' ig: A 1 O llu Qml. '?'-...il it ,gr- wff.wf'i"af'i'i'fwwffffwwffnwfwwrfwfvf fdfwxwfffffx GENEVIEVE E. DUTTON Grammar HELEN E. EACAN Intermelhatr Sigma Sigma Sigmag Current Events Clubg Sociology Club PAULINE EATON CMRSJ OSCAR ECK Scholarship EVELYN P. EDMUNDS Kindergarten -Primary Y.W.C.A. HELEN EHLE Grammar Art Kraft Klub Treasurer, ,30 Sixty-one N K .1 Q 4 W it Q 1, ,,, f JHEIHLMIS Q3 ' .5 wfwf,?ifl'Aif?:TM?ig'2iwwfwwrffwwxaffwwffw gf Fifi: ETHEL F. ENGLE Kindergarten-Primary Dramatic Clubg Y.W.C.A.g Delta Sigma Epsilon CHARLES I. FARRELL General Industrial Orchestrag Kappa Kappa Kappa 'BELLE S. FEINSTEIN Kindergarten -Primary Riding Clubg Current Events Clubg Sociology Club GLADYS C. FELDBERG Grammar Junior Glee Clubg Y.W.C.A.g Cur- rent Events Cluhg Basketball 3 l .RICHARD R. FERRAND ' ' Grammar Men's Clubg Orchestrag Glee Clubg Kappa Kap a Kappag Bandg Pic- ture Editor ELMS, '30 SARA C. FERRIS Kindergarten-Primary Sixty-two 5 4 if? -W:-111' 'muilila W"-fr 52? If ,I ff JHEJHLMIS f 5 wwffgifzfiffifw www ffxwwffaffw wxfffffl1f??fg1imTfZffff GENEVA FIEBELKORN Grammar ,Q COLDYNE P. FINKELSTEIN Intermediate Ruling Clubg Current Events Clubg Sociology Club 3 l 1 HUGH H. FLAHERTY Sclzolarsh ip Representative to Central Councilg "Record" Staff ELIZABETH FONTAINE Intermediate Dramatic Clubg Current Events Club l R. W. FORTIES 4 Scholarship IDA FOTHERGILL Grammar Non-Residents, Association Secre- tary, '29g Basketball, 7303 Current Events Club S ixty-three J 5 4 W gif? 'I iv Q I ,, f 552 IHEIHLMIS gg 43 f 5 fwfvffnia fifl wwfwwxfxwwfffwfvf+,s+ff i'fwx frail: DORIS FRANK Grammar French Clubg Y.W.C.A.g Basketball IDA FRANTZ Kindergarten-Primary Y. W. C. A.g Nu Lambda Sigma Secretary., '30g Representative to Central Council, '30 1 i . VIRGINIA LOUISE FREY Kindergarten-Primary Representative to Central Council, '28g Glee Club KATHRYN GANGLOFF Intermediate Y W C A ' Basketball GERTRUDE E. GAVIN I ntermedzate Basketballg Y.W.C.A.g Current Fvents Club LUCILE GERRINGER Grammar Basketballg Cap and Gown Com- mittee Sixtyfour allwifugg wgwtwl ,I f IHEIHLMIS rg: f 5 wwfwrigfxfrnfwfwxxwtfxwvfwaxxwrrfffiznfwwxgmfxfwwff EDITH S. GILBERT Kindergarten-Primary Y.W.C.A. NAOMI A. COLL I nlermediale Summer "Record" Staffg "Record" Staffg Dramatic Clubg Current Events Club President, '30g Secre- tary Central Council, '30 IIUSSEL GRAUER Cnneral I mlustrial D. B. GRAVES Scholarship l IQLSIE GREENWALD Kindergarten-Primary -V Y.W.C.A.g Nu Lambda Sigma ROBERT GRENNELL General Industrial Orchestrag Psi PhigJ-Meu's Club X Sixtyfive 5 4' W ff 4336, ' ,Wig ff 1+ A mfi qeufff 4' 5 " zggfg fi llElll,NllS 1 SE 25-Z " rkrl-mi 'yfaafi 'fi fwwffwiwifwiwmihi wwf wwxvffwwwwxwwffffrv7'4'w ifwiwwr LOUISE M. GUARIGLIA Kindergarten-Primary Current Events Club, '30 ROSE M. GUILLARI Grammar Sociology Club NORA H. HALLAI-IAN Kindergarten-Primary Representative to Central Council., 273 Alpha Sigma Tau, Secretary,,28 WARD HAM General Industrial Menls Club .I. MARION HANDY Intermediate MARIE E. HANNO Intermediate Sixty-six 4 'k W i, 4 5 f Jneiwnrs Qi- "ref f at if 2 A b Q30 Wifi rwfffwfnwf wwfxwfwxwfwafxwwfafifwxwffwwufw RUTH HELENE HARRIS Kin rlergarten - Primary Riding Club, '28g Current Events Club Treasurer, '30g Sociology Club SARA E. HARVEX Kindergarten Primafw ELIZABETH J. HAUSEN .Kindergarten -Primary Sigma Sigma Sigmag Secretary of Sophomore Class, '28g Panhellenic Association, '28-'SOQ Dramatic Club ELEANOR R. HICKEY Al ha Sigma Alphag President Pan- hellenic Association, '3Og Secretary of Freshman Class, '28g Glee Club, ' '27-'30g Dramatic Club l IRMA E. HOCK Kindergarten -Primary Y.W.C.A,g Student Handbook Com- mittee MILDRED A. HOEHMAN Intermediate Non-Residentsf Associationg Cur- rent Events Clubg Sociology Club S ixty-seven Kindergarten -Primary 4' if qgwf, ..,b,, way? if ff If JJ-4 'Q--2-+ Q-'- "f-E.. 57, . ff Q JHEJHLMIS Q3 f. wfffE'?'ing f'i:?i: iff fwfffwwxfaf wwwf:f fi'Tk iT:?fffx ' -' V RUTH M. HOFERT V Intorm ediate GEORGE A. HOLDER Scholarship Glcc Club .l. S. HORNICK Scholarship GEORGE J. HORNUNG General Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappa E HELEN G. HOSMER E I ntermedi atc Non-Residents' Association LYNN D. HUF1' Scholarship Glee Club Sixty-eight -ti' wrrwmll-ff' gig' Hi ' ef 1 ff 'iii-ffgaiiff JHEIHLMIS Q3 f 5 wwwffizffirf w ffwfwwwwwfawfwrfffgf izffww FLORENCE G. HUGHES Orammar Nu Lambda Sigma Vice-Prcsiflent,730 IRVING J. HYMAN Scholarship l'ANNY R. JACOBSON InL1,rn1,cdlatc Basketballg Y.W.C.A.g Current Events Clubg Sociology Club EDNA M. JAYNES Kindergarten -Primary Glee Club President., 730g Non- Hcsiclents' Association Treasurer., '29g Chairman of Song Committee, '30 EDITH L. JOHNSON Grammar Nu Lambda Sigma Presldent, 309 Chairman Student Handbook Com- mittee, '3Og Representative to Central Council, ,295 Y.W.C.A. PEARL R. JOHNSON Kmdergarten-Przrnarg 1 .W.C.A., Non-Resldents Assocla tiong Basketballg Current Events Club ln..... Sixty-nine 'Y W t' lk is, 4 ll f in Ju WS1 f if if .S f E Lk 330 . 4: it wffawawfwa1xxxffrfwrxfwfxwrfffffxfwxiwfwfwr MARGARET M. JUDGE Kindergarten-Primary Non-Residents' Association TILLIE KAISER Grammar Bhsketballg Y. W. C. A.g Current Events Clubg Sociology Club Presi- dent, '30 FLORENCE L. KAMERY Kindergarten -Primary Y.W. C.A. ANNA M. KANE Intermediate J HELEN D. KELLER Grammar Debating Clubg Sociology Club FRANCES I. KEMP K mdergaz zen-P1 un my Non-Residents, Associationg , i ,,.A Y.W.C.A. Seventy if IHEIHLMIS fig ff j 1f:,M .M wwawwaffffffwasfffwxrwrafwfwwrfwffgiiwifuiimflxwwfx I LOUISE KIEFER Ki n rlergartvn -Pri malj' j'.W.C.A., '27-730g Art Kraft Klub, 28g Theta Sigma Upsilon, '30 SAMUEL KIMMEL Scholarship Finance COYHIIl1ttC0 DORIS M. KNIGHT Intermediate Y .W.C.A. ANTHONY KRZYZANOXVSKI General Industrzal Psi Phig Menis Club CARLTON KURZ V General Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappag Orchestrag Student Handbook Committee: Dramatic Club: Clee Club LOUISE KUTTLEII In termed i ate Clee Club, '27-'29 Seventy-one ,554 qyml.-lfi ,,,.2,,,, iff 'A"1 in ..,, Lg 44 Q 'w g 1HE1HUMHISiQ3 q' ,Q wfwffmffwwfwwwffvfwxrwfwrfwvfwfffw 1T'i"x Tiffin GERTRUDE LANNING Kinvrlergarten -Primary Ulm-c Club Treasurer, '29 RUTH NIOMA LATSCH Intermediate Senior Ball Committee, ,3OQ Glee Club, 728-'30g Pi Kappa Sigma I , BESSIE LEEGE I ntermediate MINNIE LEFFLE R I ntermvedi ale I 5 FA Y LEI D Y Kindergarten-Primary So homore Program, '28g Senior Ball Committee, '30g Dramatic Clubg Section Captain, '28g Alpha Sigma Alpha Vice-President, '30 RUTH A. LEVINESS Kin dergarten -Pri mary - YKV. C.A. l Seventy-two 'F i af. W t fl wwqarrif ii p ,N ' if IHEJHLMIS if,-23 9' 5 fwffwrfuww1wwfwwtxfwfwffwxwfffvff'iw infix: CATHERINE LINDER K in rlergarten-Pri mary MARY J. LOVERN Grammar MURIEL MACLAREN Kindergarten-Primary G lee Club GLADYS MACRAW I I1 term ed in to Non-Residents, Association.. '28, '29 X HENRY MANDEL Scholarship Section Captain, ,30Q Chairman Finance Committee, '30g Kappa Kappa Kappa NORMA MARSH Kindergarten -Primary Kindergarten-Primary Day Pro- gram, '29 Q Sevenqy-three -F 'k I - if If . 5 f Ju Ju wars 1 f Lf ff ff ELA 'SBD ez 'A' tttttiirlit1itiltiikikiiiiiiikiiitifittittk CLARENCE MARTIN General Industrial Section Captain, '28g Psi Phi Presi- dent, '30g Menls Club, '29 MARIE J. MARTIN ' Intermediate Sigma Sigma Sigma GRACE MARTIN Y Grammar Basketball, '28- '30, Champion ' Team, '29g Alpha Sigma Alphag Secretary of Third Year Graduating ' Class, '30 KATHRYN I.. MAY Intermediate Y.W.C.A. JOHN J. MCCREADY General Industrial Orchestrag Glee Clubg Psi Phig Men7s Club ROLAND A. MCDANIELS General Industrial Kappa Ka a Kappag Glee Clubg Dramatic Clruhg Baseballg Central Council, '28, '29g Class Marshal Moving Up Day, ,29. Seuentyfour 42 4 42 W? E . , , f if 1 t AWTY7. gei ,, jig? .f,..,.. A K W-i. . if ie e JHEWLMIS 1 0 Y-ft, ff if Q-me ,,V..f- 37,1 4:4-3 Y? wfxww'I"' fTTw ff:nwxxvwfwwxwwfffff iffftfjxfiif i MAB EL MCELROY Grammar Current Events Club, ,28-'30, Non- Residents' Association, '29, ,30 CATHERINE MCENENY Grammar French Club Treasurer, '28, '29 HELEN MARIE MCGEORGE Kinrlergarten-Primary Y.YV.C.A.g Senior Glee Club Secre- tary, '30, Current Events Club ROBERT P. MCINTOSH Scholarship Circulation Manager of the "Record" l D ELONA F. McKEE X Kindergarten-Primary Glee Club, '29g Dramatic Club, '29 Kindergarten-Primary Play, 7293 Basketball, 728 LORETTA MCNAMARA Intermediate B asketb all l . Seventyjive 4 if .sf ,.:1-' .... ra, i' 'F if , IHEJHLWPS a an-ff ff af xiitttiim iiii'iii'kiikikikiti'A't'ki't'I4'tf"k'kti"ki'kt CAROL MEEHAN 1' ntermedzabe HELEN S. MEINECKE Grammar Glee Club, 27 30, Y.W.C.A., 28. Basketball Champion Team. '201 Theta Sigma Upsilon GERTRUDE METZ Grammar B asketball RUTH M. MILLOY Grammar Pi Kappa Sigma, Section Captain, '28, Vice-President Sophomore Class, '29, Basketball, ,28 CLARE MIN GLE Intermediate MARY A. MITCI-1l:.l,L Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilong Dramatic , Club: G-lee Club, '28 Sevenqy-s ix 41 3 azqtffee E3 1 ,Q - if Jneimaurs Q3 f 5 rwxwrfffwfigwfwiwwtkfkwwwiwfwfifigygtigf TE"E,i'Xy,,,,, CHARLOT I. MOEHLAU Grammar MARGARET MONTGOINIER Y Grammar LOUISE R. MORTON I Kin dergarten -Primary Secretary Riding Club, '29g Glee Club, ,28 ROSE NAIDITZ Grammar Dramatic Club ALFRIEDA NEMESCHY Intermediate Basketball,'28-'30g Champion Fresh- man Team, '28g Student Handbook Committee, ,295 Ring and Pin Com- mittee, ,302 Section Captain ETHEL NEUMAN I ntermvdiate ' Seven ty-seven 5 4 if ik-W w--ik Q T ,,, lt E55 Jneimnrs Q3 f ,S tittifuigiggiicgftttiiiitikikiikiitif 5 ivxgitik BERNICE IRENE NEWMAN Grammar Basketball Champion Team, 729g Junior Glee Club, ,283 Theta Sigma Upsiloug Secretary Panhellenic As- sociationg ELMS Staff RUTH M. NEW MAN Intermediate Glee Club, 28, Y.W.C.A., 28 MARY NEWTON I lztermediate Riding Club, '28 HELEN NICE Intermediate French Club, '30 DOROTHY O DONNELL Kindergarten-Primary Basketball, '28g Baseball, 328g Pi Delta Theta LILLIAN A. ORING Kindergarten-Primary Baseball, 728g Basketball, '28g Pi Delta Theta Seven ty-eight 43 4 42r.:g2',fzg5ii '53, W' " ff 'rkggf' JEEJELMIS Wg f if rwwwF2i"fnT'Twwwfwftwiffwxxwrxffffgigifg-Eizfxfffh l LILA BELLE PAGE Grammar Theta Silfma Upsilong Basketball, '28g Spring Play, '28 JAMES PARKES, JR. Scrholarslzip Kappa Kappa Kappa w f HELEN PAUTLER Intermediate Y.W.C.A.g Basketball, ,28-'30g French Club, '28 MEYER PINE Scholarship DORA POLOGE Scholarship Ring and Pin Committee, '30g Y.VV.C.A.g Non-Residents' Association KATHARINE PORCHER I nzermediaze Y.W.C.A.g Riding Club, '28g Pi Delta Theta President, '30 ' Seventy-nine 5 4 Q 'WA .,,.a V my wi' if 4 .,,,, :f. i1 ' 5A I Q 'N 'ia 4 Q, 'gf IHEIHLMIS 933 13 i e if Q ,ma-w--.-mg tiki!! tit'kkitiiiikkiiiiiiiiiiikiit alriiiifk ELIZABETH M. POWERS I nlermediatei Y.W.C.A. DOROTHY L. RALPH Intermediate Editor-in-Chief the ELMSQ Basket- ball Freshman Champion Team, '28g Delegate to Cortland Play- day, '29g Class Marshal Moving Up Day, '29 MARJORIE E. RANDALL Kindergarten-Primary Current Events Club, ,30 HARRIET L. REED Grammar RUTH R. REIMAN Grammar President of Riding Club, '28, '29:, Business Manager the ELMS. ,30Q Basketball, 7282-930g Junior Glee Club, '28g "Rec0rd', Staff, '29 HARRIET E. RICE Intermediate Non-Residents7 Association Eighty f -' .. -.wiv vfns-Q -,gr W s-fI7!E5E:I:-22. v '41-':K'4 ,v2S'2'S5ZE?3 .1 . -' - 1' " .1 gs., gmfi-1,1:' 1 . , A ..,,.:.:g:' m"5.::v.:Qgw W, " . amass:- X.. -X .' '-S v f,,,. zwsffswf. '- -,C-a pi :- ' x-.:':5:-f-:fi 5 V41 P-.I' ' A-f,..::,fs Q, 1 . ,Q ,tg V ,QQ ' 1 I ff 435' 25-fain. aa- 4 F '.: ww- ui- mm-sn.- ,,,..-. N-.-N ...,,,... wmv- an if 51-1?ff?gl1f,1nE1uL'fs4nrS 1-Qg l 1 3,5 fnvfffrfxwffwwxwwwx+'wawvfxwwwfwff 1T',g EVELYN T. RICH Grammar Nu Lambda Sigma, '27-'30g Y.NV.C.A., '28-'30 MARY RIN DONE Grammar Pi Kappa Sigmag Representative Lo Social Program Committceg Central Council, '27-'29g Glee Club, Y.lV.C.A.g Chairman Class Day, Dramatic Club. MAVRION G. ROGERS Kin rlergarlerl-Primary CHARLES I. ROMANS ' Scholarship GLADYS RUHLAND ' Grammar "Record" Staff Literary Editor, '30 MAR GUERITE RYAN Intermediate Dramatic Club, 728-'30, Pi Delta Theta Secretary, ,30 Eighty-one iktiiiir 4 t gary 'A' V 5 f JHEJHL vw W3 uu rdf f K+ if 5 5' E930 l ff fffffifa-ffiffsyff wwwwwxwxwfawxwwfffffigff Tiffin BIARTHA SAILE Intermediate KATHERINE SARGENT Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilong Y.W.C.A.g Representative to Central Council, '30 BERNICE SAVAGE K in derganen -Primary Y.W'.C.A.g Current Events Club CHRISTINE SCANLON Kindergarten -Prim arv Glee Club, '28-,29g Basketball, '28g Y.W.C.A.g Art Kraft Klub, '30 I ALICE G. SCHAFFER Kindergarten -Primary DOROTHEA R. SCHIEB Intermediate -YKV. C. A. l Eighty-two . 'aw rw a "' 5 ' W 1, 31M ,Wa ff ff t ,r ff' X Q WE W-:fi " li wfnffflfffffiffffwxwwwwwfswwfffffilffu Qfffaff ELEANOR SCHIERSING q ,A,, 4, , r Gramnzar V,,, Y -'iii ' J Glee Clubg Section Captain, '28,'29: President of Y.YV.C.A., '30g Alpha Sigma Alpha: Delegate to Cortland Playday, '29 EMINIA SCHMIDT Grammar Y.W.C.A.g Alternate to Central Councilg Senior Girls' Glee Club INIARIAN K. SCHNIIDT Grammar "Record', Staff, ,28g Y.W.C.A. Sec- retary, ,30g Chairman Invitation C0mmittee,'30gNu Lambda Sigma., '28-530 W'ESLEY G. SCHNEIDER General I mlustrial Kappa Kappa Kappa, '28-'30, Reserve Basketball, '29g Men's Club, '29, lVIen's Glee Club, '28 ELIZABETH SCHRUEFER Intermediate Junior Glee Club Secretary, Q82 Section Treasurer, '30, Baseball,'27 LEONA SCHYVEGLER In termerliale Orchestrag Representative to Cen- tral Council, '28 Eighty-three Vax 'Wfif' 5N l ,.,.,. - ii V. -- I i - I- 7' , -- ..: v v . Ii. it ,,,., ., 3 V . ,.w,,,4.- :A MA V .f ,f,.,.-:ff ' . '. .ussqg , w, , . 2 t, , Ax ,fm 7 75 Vo' wi , gg f if , 4 f , 7 ' af 6 , M 135,24 Ja 4' ik if gg ,., . 1' up ,wif ,..i Zz. 14, ffl 'W ig, ,, ' "51 ,jiq -P :,.: ..,... gf 5, ff e lumumw , . f ff QE? ll' l S 1 0 f-2,1 it ffffw'3" 'f'T'2" firm-wfrwwfwfs wwwfaff fff fffufx JENNY L. SCIBETTA Intermediate Basketball, 727. '30 ELLSWORTH E. SEITZ General Industrial Men's Club l PAULINE C. SETTER Kindergarten-Primary Alpha Sigma Alpha W. H. SETTLE Scholarshzp X AUGUSTA M. SHEEHAN Kindergarten -Primary J Basketball, '28, Y.W'.C.A. WELDON SHEPARD General Industrial Psi Phig Varsity Basketball, 729,'30g Men's Club Eightyzfour -21 T, far,-Q-1-e -if T-lit, af Q, ' if Jusmnnfs f 5 ffwfw'2"sfwT'?wwwfwwixwwwffxwwwfffffz.-igfkiirifxffff LOUISE SIEMON Crum mar l Theta Sigma Upsilong Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '30 GLAD YS M. SLATE li Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilong Sophomore Representative to Social Programg President Third Year Classg Basket- ball Champion Team, '29, ELNIS Staff, '30 GLADYS G. SMITH Grammar Y.YV.C.A. HENRY A. SIVIITH General Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappag Busine's Manager Basketball, 330, Sectign Captain, '30g Sociology Club, 729g Menus Glee Club LUCILE SMITH Kindergarten-Primary Y.W'.C.A.g Senior Glee Club, Pi , Kappa Sigma, Basketball MARGARET SMITH Kindergarten-Primary Class Day Committee, ,30g Section Captain, 730 S Eighryfive g 4 Q i.,,,,. aa? ---:f1.,, 'EXP ,ht 4 f 'X S .,,.,1Z.5 if 4 lx' llmlmllb il' uxwwwwaafwxaffwwfA-fkxwwrxafxwfxffxwxfwx rxfwwa' ODELL T. SMOAK Scholarship - BELLE SODIKMAN Grammar Basketball, ,28g Current Events Clubg French Club DOROTHY M. SPENCER IfI:I1d6l'gtlTlCll-PTIZIVICIIZY Y.NV.C.A.g Current Events Club BEATRICE D. STEFFAN Intermedzate Pi Delta 'Thetag Baseball, '28 ELVERA E. STRACHAN Intermediate Basketball, '28, '29 DOROTHY STEPHENSON ' I ntermezliate Delta Sigma Epsilong Delegate to Central Council, '28-'30 Eighty-six 4- t ,,. is ' Jammers fai ls J 4 wffffffffwwwawwfwwwfawrwwwffffif, kiriiii l GEORGE STOEBER, JR. Scholarship Basketball CARL STONEBERG General In dustrial Kappa Kappa Kappag Dramatic Clubg Clee Clubg Chairman of GeneralIndustrialCraduatingClass 3 GLADYS M. STRINGER lnternzeriiatc Y.W.C.A.g Christmas Playg '27. '28g Senior Glee Club DOROTHY S ULLIVAN Kindergarten -Primary B asketball 7, A EILEEN SULLIVAN Intermediate Basketball, '28- '30 THELMA SWACHAMER Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilon President, 'SOQ Basketball Champion Team, '29g Spring Play, '28 Eighty-seven 4' 'k sf' ,,,: . I wr, i' 'I' is Wim , a an 4 ,I 'g f Juemlufs Qj qfw wwvfwwrffwx1friwwtfkwtxwxwfri-iffxdrafx rfmtfrx L I-IOXVARD SWAIN General Industrial Treasurel Freshman Class Men s C lee Club 28 Kappa Kappa Kappa Vice President 29 Spring Play 29 Men s Club 28 RALPH E. THEOBALD Grammar Men's Glee Clubg Menis Clubg News Editor "Record," 729, 7303 Editor Summer "Record77 VIRGINIA G. THORNTON Grammar Basketball, '27g Riding Clubg Art Kraft Klubg Current Events Club VIRGINIA TUERNER Kindergarten,-Primary Delta Sigma Epsilon HARRIET TRAC-O Kinrlergarzen-Primary Theta Sigma Upsilong Y.W.C.A., '28-'30 FRED TUCHOLSKI General I nzlustrial l Kappa Kappa Kappag Glee Clubg Men's Club Eighty-eight 4 i W- i, 4 fl? 1Z'rf:ff",ggM"f emi rx. W JUEIULMIS Tri ' 5 wwfwf"?ff'i":Ewwwfnfaffffrwfrwwffwffiffifufgffwx NORMA TURVER Grammar Y.W7.C.A.g Sociology Club CHARLOTTE J. XVAGNER Intermediate Sociology Clubg Current Events Club Vice-President, 730 FANNIE WAGNER I Kindergarten-Primary Current Events Club SYLVIA WEBER Q Kindergarten -Primary Treasurer Third Year Classg Senior Girls' Glee Clubg Current Events Clubg Christmas Play J. KELSEY WEBSTER Grammar Literary Editor ELLIS, '30g Dramatic Clubg Debating Club BELLA WEEKES Grammar French Club Eighty-nine li ii' F llElll,NllS Q3 'ii 5 W 14-ijffi?5? O fi' ffwwwrffwfa,swffwrfafxwwfxuwaffwfw vTi'vf i""ffi+fA- l IANINA WEGLEWSKI Intermediate Basketball, 7283 YJV. C.A. DOROTHY W. WETMORE Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilong Section Captain, '28g Vice-President Third Year Graduating Classg Junior Glee Club, '28 l ELMA L. WILEY I Intermediate Orchestra EVELYN WILKINS Grammar l l RUTH A. WILSON Crammae MARIE V. VVINNERT Kindergarten-Primaly Kindergarten-Primary Play, '29 f I Ninety I 'Y i 435, W iv 251 ,gf F fQ:- ' WM M-um. " I Jnemlufs Q3 Zsgia' 5 fwfafww-riff:fwefafvfifffffwwxxvfffwav: nT'f'ff,ffff. BERNADETTE M. WINTER I nlermezliate ANNA YVOLFSON Grammar Basketball lv .IOSEPHINE WRZESINSKA I nzerm ed iate Y.W.C.A.g Current Events Club GLADYS C. WULFF Kmdergarten Prlmarg Basketballg Non-Residents' Association MARIE ALICE WUNSCH Kindergarten-Primary Kindergarten-Primary Play, 729g Basketball, '28 JAMES J. YOULL Scholarship N inety-one 5 if 2 , Jnimaurs Q3 ff affairs' fwfrwwfA-rfrrkwffwxwifi-stiff-kixrfxfw LILLIAN R. ZDARSKY Intermediate Alpha Sigma Taug Orchestra Secre- tary-Treasurer, '28, '29g Glee Clubg ELMS Staff, '30 ETHEL ZUBKOF F . Grammar Glee Cluhg French Club I k ISABEL ANTHONY Kindergarten -Primary LEIGH AUCHMOODY General Industrial l BERTRAM A. MILLER Grammar Class Treasurer, '28, 729g President of Orchestrag Psi Phig Clee Club WALLACE ORMSB Y Gramm ar Orchestra 1 N inety-two I ez .s-F 5 ,y if an i'iii?iiii'itiiififfifififiifififii iiifiif LORRAINE SLAVEN Intermediate DORIS GRITMAN Grammar French Club President KATHRYN HUGHEY Intermediate Non-Residents' Association JEANNETTE KIRKWOOD Grammar DOROTHY M. LAYER K indergarten-Primary ' CHARLOTTE W. LEBEAU Intermediate RUTH LOESER Kindergarten -Primary Ni nety-th ree 4 1 ,lim IHEJELMIS t af 'kitttiittttiiikikkikiiiik LOIS L. MAUS Grammar Glee Clubg Y.W.C.A. MARY JANE MURPHY Kindergarten-Primary EDITH OTTO Kindergarten -Prim ary Alpha Sigma Tau ALFREDA PUCELL Kin rlergarten -Prim ary Current Events Club MARJORIE SHERMAN Kindergarten-Primary JULIA WEDEKINDT Kin dergarten- Primary' EMMA A. WEGENER Intermediate N inetyfour kfiiikkkfittiiik Riding Club: Basketballg Clee Club 4' 1' 421 'W X? " "' 'if ff JHEIHLMIS Q30 ' 5 ':'-: -, awffwfifwaiftuxwftxfxfwxxwwwfifwxwrxkwf-Awww REYNOLDS, ALLEN, ISAACSON, CLEGG, LARSON Junior Class Degree Oflicers AGNES ISAACSON . .... President HELEN SUE REYNOLDS . Representative to Social Program WINIFRED ALLEN . Vice-President ALICE LARSON . . Secretary MARY CLEGG . .- Treasurer MISS SIPP . Faculty Adviser Ninety-six 4 if wmv? 1' If ix irilfzx -' ' Y'AT"f'? 'fia 'W-:riff 23' W r' llfillblxsllls 1 QE me f A 2-as ' gg,-EA 5 We if fwfffmfeffimf ffufif11111111iwwffwfvffzfiwf fwwuww X W, WD.. Activities of Junior Degree Class The activities of the Junior Degree Class for the year 1929-1930 began with a get-together party in October. This was the first time the Juniors of the General College and the Home Economics Juniors were together as one large group. At this time. Miss Sipp was introduced as Faculty adviser. Just before Thanksgiving, the class gave an afternoon dance in the gymnasium for all the student body and Faculty of the school. The biggest and most successful undertaking of the class was the Junior Prom held at the Twentieth Century Club, December thirtieth. N in ety-seven S A i E 4 t 43522 Lf 'f?fE.7? , t 5 'I-Ci ,. 171' MEM! YM Q Q? 'frf g rfwsff ff 4 W E' S 1230 W wfafflliiefgffmgw wwf wwxfiwfraf wwxffwffrxik iwxfwwk RALPH, HUBER, ECKHARDT Sophomore Class Oflicers THEDA ADAMS . .,.. President MARGARET RALPH . . Representative to Social Program ETHEL HUBER . , . Secretary MARJORIE ECKHARDT . Treasurer MR. MCCLURE . Faculty Adviser One Hundred Q3 4 if -55,-W ""' iv ,ff It ,I f JHEIHLMIS f 5 ffff??i f f ffttftfffifffffffff i f Zgiyffff M.. ' ,f ,fl - "'g3L., jd" , ,X In Memoriam ESTHER HARTUNG One Hundred One V " "' 43? W 1A.,.,. 'reffr' l' "' 53 15? '4' ,I f 1HEJlLMlSQ3 a' ,I wfffl-5'rfxwf1wwf:wif-:stiffwwffttfxfwx xiiwwk HEFFLEY, OWNEIL, DUFFY, FAULKNER Freshman Class Oflicers FALL TERM XMARY E. OQNEILL . ........ President MARY LOUISE HEFFLEY . . Representative to Social Program M. DOROTHY DUFFY . . . Vice-President MADELINE T. FALKNER . . Secretary XGERTRUDE F. CONNORS . . Treasurer E251 Early in the second semester the following oillcers were elected to take the place of fhose who resigned: EUGENE FRANK . President ALICE FISHER , , Treasurer One Hundred Four M qi ' " .R as 1- ff + 5 Wife' ,f 'EQ ,wZV.,.,.1ugl I luelutsaurs Agp 5 -W1 Q' New 5 mfr! fwnwwiimifilwixfwwfwwfffwafrf:wwfffffi"'f+,,v2"fffff I 'I .Q 1 . MQ I Freshman ules-Freshman Week ,eegvj -, If ,, ,fix I. OCTOBER 14, 1929 55 f t 1 I MONDAY 27 i 04 " ' Freshmen are to obtain at least twenty-five autographs of Faculty and UPI3C1'Cl II TUESDAY Freshmen are to sing their Frosh Song in Assembly. Freshmen girls are to wear hats all day. Freshmen men are to wear F rosh caps. III WEDNESDAY Each section must submit an original piece of work representing the entire section at 9 o'clock. Vocational and Home Economics are included. The table will be pro- vided in the front hall to accept the offerings. IV THURSDAY All Frosh are to wear license tags which will be sold in the front corridor from 8:30 to 9:00 for I cent each. Freshmen are to attend the dance given by the Sophomores in the Gym at 4 o'clock. GENERAL RULES I All Frosh to say "I-Iellow to all Faculty, Upperclassmen and co-sufferers during the week. II All Freshmen to comply with all demands of Upperclassmen and Faculty, such as carryirigibooks, trays, etc. ,. A R-N I .A 2? One Hundred Five .55 Nl'-v 1 ,f , V v i 1 1 I W 4 i 4: ' QV X? il' If inemanfs 19302 ff xiii'-ktiiti i i'iiiifiifiiiiiiiiiiiirgiiiiik Stars Alone in the night On a dark hill With pines around me Spicy and still, And a heaven full of stars Over my head, White and topaz And misty redg Myriads with beating Hearts of fire That aeons Cannot vex or tireg Up the dome of heaven Like a great hill, I watch them marching Stately and still, And I know that I am honored To be witness Of so much majesty. -SARA TEASDALE One Hundred Eight FRATERNITIES 5 4 W 1, Q if + Q ' JHEIHLMIS f 5 '?" 1 1 41 if 1 fairway af wfwfiaffiigiiflfigvfxff if Friends I have a friend whose stillness rests me so His heart must know How closely we together, silent, grow. I have a friend whose brilliancy inspires And rarely tires When we two warm our spirits at his fires. I have a friend whose charity delights . In others, rights. We two sit talking often late of nights. I have a friend whose discipline I needg We have agreed That neither from this schooling shall be freed. I have a friend whose calmness some mistake. But we two make Of suffering more than just its grief and ache. I have so many friends-each one fulfills Just what God wills. For He through them His best in me instils, And so twice fortunate am I to find Friends great and kind- Each one himself, yet part of Godis own mind. -VLYN JOHNSON One Hund1'ed NillQ 5 4 if in-Nu w ...,.1:, wi' 72? 4' f sYs s X 'S s sssss s f Y W my JHEIHLMHM Q30 ,Y wwfff? wwf1wwffwxxrwwwrfwwffffw iffr iwwfrww COFFEY, MURPHY, CORCORAN, MOULTON, Ewr-ms, HARRINGTON, DURANT CARMODY, DOELMAN, PORCHER, CONSTABLE, HANN, RAUTENSTRAUCH, Hum, XVESP WARD, SWACHAMER, NEWMAN, HICKEY, MRS. NYE, LESHER, HAUSEN Panhellenic Association OFFICERS ELEANOR HICKEY . . . President RUTH MEEGAN. Corresponding Secretary BERNICE NEWMAN . . Recording Secretary GRACE LESHER. . Treasurer MRS. NYE . Faculty Adviser One Hundred Ten 'F i' as . Q,-Cz ...ATT A,4:::,,A 5 if -,,,,,,'f,Ef,."'xEEi ....,...N if xg-15 fwfr fPi"H x'lw3'F if w if DOROTHY EWERS ELEANOR HIRD JEAN A. MOULTON KATHARINE PORCHER ANNA COFFEY DOROTHY WESP THELMA SWACHAMER ww 1' 4 w"x'.":-.Tk IHEJELMIS Q3 5 ,gf 1:11:14-fwfrafwwfffwidgffwi-:finial ELEANOR HICKEY Members ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA ELEANOR R. HICKEY ALPHA SIGMA TAU IRMA CARMODY DELTA SIGMA EPSILON MARION HARRINGTON PI DELTA THETA RUTH MEEGAN PI KAPPA SIGMA JOAN RASCH SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA ELIZABETH HAUSEN THETA SIGMA UPSILON BERNICE NEWMAN One Hundred Eleven THELMA CORCORAN KATHERINE FEW CANDACE DOELMAN LIDA DURANT MARIE MURPHY GRACE LESHER CATHERINE WARD 'Y if gg, if 1+ 41 ff Aw ff JHEJHLMIS gy ww if F wfli rx fwfwf'TffTM'9Tiwwfw+fffxxwwaxww+ff1uff'i'lVw Tariff MAHTINY, LIES, WEATHERSTONE SCHIERSINO, GRAMPP, SETTER, COROORAN, HICKEY, MARLEY A WINIFRED ALLAN RUTH BREMS THELMA CORCORAN DOROTHY EWERS EDNA GRAMPP ELEANOR HECKEY HELEN LAZER FAY LEIDY PULS, Miss SMALL, EWERS, LEIDY, LAZER Alpha Sigma Alpha MEMBERS mggaf H Eff? A g My , X55 'ang 1 Y 3 V, M-w-HW2-5: , 2 -- ,LQ vas t QED One Hundred Twelve RUTH LIES DOROTHY MARLEY GRACE MARTINY RUTH PULS ELIZABETH ROWE ELEANOR SCHIERSING PAULINE SETTER ALICE WEATHERSTONE 4 qk . ,W QQQPEL7? ,. ir 4 5 ff ke? X W3 f 4, if Jsmumnrb 1259 555 ik, fwffwiqffwwiswwwifffwffffxwwffwfx'f'fwnTfrfww DOROTFI1' Ewsns Alpha Sigma Alplaa OFFICERS DOROTHY EWERS . . . Presidenc FAY LEIDY . . Vice-President HELEN LAZER . Undergraduate Secretary EDNA GRADIPP . . A Graduate Secretary RUTH PULS . . . Treasurer ELEANOR SCHIERSING . Chaplain PAULINE SETTER . Registrar RUTH BREMS . . Edilor MISS SMALL . Faculqy Adviser One Hundred Thirteen 4 'lr 43? -A' 14 -21 fff.-:f f I f W Qf QR zz, Q, " 5-'ff lHElULNHlS 1 0 I, II W ,gig :R-If Rr: A,,... , -faq if fffffwis fimf fwwrrxffwruafwwwffff ffi riff: BRUCE, HALLAIIAN, CRUIKSHANK, OTTO Miss CHAPMAN, CONSTABLE, CLEGG, MISS HURD CARMOIIY, RECH, HIRD, ZDARSKY, ISAACSON Alpha Sigma Tau MEMBERS MARY BENZINGER HELEN BRUCE IRMA CARMODY MARY CLEGG DORIS CONSTABLE PEARL CRUIKSHANK KATHERINE FEW SWWQ ? 5' 7 Ri F I Ew a LILLIAN ZDARSKY One Hundred Fourteen NORA HALLAHAN ELEANOR HIRD AGNES ISAACSON VIRGINIA NESSELBECK EDITH OTTO ELSA PROZELLAR RUTH RECH 'Y if dig? 4 T-E? V'-i' A lf 'V ff-572-f'gJl1g,1nE1uLNurs 1 CTE'-li 1' if if -5. --- - '-.:'E: 2 2.2: FT- "'-E423 ik fwxwff' :wifwwfwffxwwrwffwwfwwafw?i'+xwfff+fu ELEANOR HIRD. RUTH RECH . IRMA CARMODY LILLIAN ZDARSKY ELSA PROZELLAR Miss CHAPMAN 1 ELEANOR I1IRD Alpha Sigma Tau OFFICERS One Hundred F Qfteen . President Vice-Pres ident . Secretary . Treasurer . Historian Faculty Adviser 5 4' W if .5g.,.f,,. 1' 1+ -'iV 211597 f'55i KE wmge ff ' WEIHLMIS 12230 ' 5 itkttifttiIiiiiW-kkiiiiiikki't'kIl'-kiivii'-ktwtkit-kt SIIURGOT, STRIKER, IIOLSIE, DOELIIAN CHAPMAN, ECKHARDT, IIUBER, PEACEY, HAIIRINGTON ENGLE, TOERNER, BIOULTON, STEPHENSON, BUDIJENHAGEN RUTH M. BUDDENHAGEN MARJORIE C. CHAPMAN CANDACE J. DOELRIAN MARJORIE M. ECKHARDT ETHEL F. ENGLE MARIAN HARRINGTON ETHEL A. HUBER Delta Sigma Epsilon MEMBERS J ' Og! VIRGINIA M. TOERNER One Hundred Sixteen MARIE E. HOLBIE MYRTLE H. MANSFIELD JEAN A. MOULTON ELEAN012 PEACEY STELLA SHURGOT DOROTHY J. STEPHENSON PAULINE STRIKER .Ne . . -U -Mgr . -'P f ...W Q I W- qw ..,. -,mm A ...mm iff ,.,..,Y,, .H-Q. 51 -.anti ---env s.-'Ban ' pk.. 5 4 W t Q1 K .. "Ig-T-QB? W-7' 4 f e Ima X s1 T'-fi f If W ml it If Lifilifb 230 3 Eg ik, .mar - -'-.mm wwr1efTl"fnw'i'w,swffwfwwwffwxwwwiffffi'f'wxwwir+fx JEAN A. MOULTON . VIRGINIA TOERNER . ETHEL F. ENGLE . DOROTHY J. STEPHENSON RUTH M. BUDDENHAGEN MARIE E. HOLME L. PAULINE STRIKER . ELEANOR PEACEY . MYRTLE H. MANSFIELD MISS RUTH HOUSTON 1 I JEAN :NIOULTON . Delta Sigma Epsilon OFFICERS One Hundred Seventeen . President . Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . . Treasurer . Chaplain . Historian . Sergeant . Editor . Faculty Adviser 5 tk 433' ,,,,i,, A..,..., fa 21, i' X' 44 f A Q "1-:iff ,, 4 T, f ig? JHHHLMIS Q3 -.ga 2, ttttkiq ttt iiikiikiiiiktitikikikiiiktkiiik CRANDALL, OHDONN ELL, ORING, STEFFAN, KERSTEN, DURANT TKAUTENSTRAUCI-I, Mlss COVER, PORCHER, MRS. NYE, RYAN DOROTHY CRANDALIL LIDA DU RANT MARGARET KERSTEN RUTH MEEGAN DOROTHY O7D0NNELL Pi Delta Theta MEMBERS LILLIAN ORING KATHARINE PORCHER ' JOSEPHINE RAUTENSTRAUCH R' 'M E in., M 'E MARGUERITE RYAN BEATRICE STEFFAN .LZ - ,575- 4 .14 3 5 Hmm 'llllllllll' -L '- 5 , Etlllllllllllllllllllllllllllig jk' :if E E We g,...mm.m.. 1, 5 X 1 ,ff Q "f'+P A TQ,,.n.. Ohe Hundred Eighteen X29 5 3 W-if-g'?7gh51uE1nLR4urs 1 9-'ff 5 if 'ff :"" 23 "'t R4 1-ea -T-'J-2' T."...-T lie.: .11-R A, '5-121 fwwfwafwrf wwfwrwwwfiwwxwwxwffxxwfxwrifvrf N- R ' 1 O 37 x AN I lt V xA . JJ KATHARINE PORCHER . JOSEPHINE RAUTENSTRAUCH DOROTHY 0,DONNELL MARGUERITE RYAN . MARGARET KERSTEN DOROTHY CRANDALL LILLIAN ORING BEATRICE STEFFAN . Miss COVER . KATHARINE PORCHER Pi Delta Theta OFFICERS One Hundred .Nineteen . . President First Vice-President Second Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Registrar . Editor A Chaplain . 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A lHElHL7S1HlSIQ3 f'e.fga'f si' 15r,'3:m- wwfwf'3fiDf'lmTifwffffffwfwfwwfwffff iifw ivwfxfx I SINCLAIR, BOYLE, GREY, GEAR, MACKAY, MCEVOY, BLYTHE, O,BRIEN, SMUCKLER, LINK, SCHNEIDER, SCIBETTA HANSEN, REISS, WHETSTONE, GENTNER, SLOSS, MUELLER, O,NEIL, NORTON, DAVIS, O,BOYLE, HOLSTEIN, REID, HEEFLEY, ST. JOHN BERGSTROM, SMITH, BOLT, HEPP, HOTH, FISHER, MCMAHON, RAMSEY, CONNORS, ALICE FISHER JANE RAMSEY RITA BLYTH DORIS BOLDT GERTRUDE CONNORS GRACE COURTNEY MARGARET GEAR THELMA HECK EDNA STORMS J EAN ARMSTRONG DOROTHY BERGSTROM HELEN BOYLE ELSIE CURTISS OLGA DAVIES ALICE FISHER F OISSET, PATOUILLET, REUTER Junior Girls' Glee Club OFFICERS . President DOROTHY BERGSTROM . Vice-President DOROTHY SMITH . MISS MCMAHON . . Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Sopranos MARY ANN O,BOYLE MILDRED O,NEILL ANTOININE PATOUILLET ERNESTINE PATOUILLET GLADYS REID FREDA REUTER MARY HEI-'FLEY HELEN HOLSTEIN RUTH HOTH GERTRUDE KRENZ ELIZABETH MORGAN AMANDA MUELLER Altos MARGARET GENTNER ELLEN I'IANSEN LAURETTA IIANSON MARY LINK RUTH MAGKAY JACQUELINE MCEVOY One Hundred F orty-eight . Secretary . Treasurer VIRGINIA WHITSTONE MARY CRANE BEATRIGE CHALMERS ORGADA SINCLAIR RUTH SLOSS ELEANOR SNYDER ROZELLA GRAY JANE RAMSEY EDITH REISS FRANCES SCIBETTA ANNA SCHMUCKLER DOROTHY SMITH EDITH ST. JOHN I I JHEIHLMIS ff ,S A A ir if A A if in A A wwf if ir MISS RUTH SPEIR . W. MAURICE SULLIVAN CHARLES BAUMLER . LYNN HUFF . KEITH H. LEWIS RALPH WILSON GEORGE HOLDER L. R. CECIL SALVATORE MANISCALCO SOL KELMAN WALTON CARTER GEORGE CHANKIN CARL STONEBERG Men'S Glee Club OFFICERS MEMBERS HAROLD MILLER RICHARD FERRAND LLOYD MCINTYRE ROLAND MCDANIELS WILLIAM BECKER HENRY NRICHARDS H. G. MURPHY WILLIAM MARTIN One Hundred F arty-nine Faculty Adviser and Director . Student Director . President . Vice-President . Secretary FRED TUCHOLSKI CLAUDE FOSTER JOSEPH BORKOWSKI J. J. MCCREADY WELDON SHEPHERD BERTRAM MILLER EVERETT BENNETT LOUIS GITIN Q3 4 ggfmixff ..:,, img v 23, Sf 'kttitirftttiiii'tiiiftkikkiiitiiftkit tiiitfz HENRY RICHARDS LEONA M. DAVIS . LAURA H. LONGAKER THEDA ADAMS PAULINE BOTTY LILLIAN BURNHAM DORIS BRANDT MARION BAUMGARTEN CLIFFORD BERG I h EDITH BERNER LEONA DAVIS H.ARRY DOUGLASS HAZEL ELLER ALICE ERICKSON Dramatic Club OFFICERS MEMBERS JOHN EVANS JEANETTE FARBER SARAH FRIED ALICE FISHER IRMA GROTKE ROZELLA GRAY ELIZABETH I'IOUGHTON KENNETH KITZINGER LAURA LONGAKER H. GEORGE MURPHY GERALDINE MCMAHON HAROLD MILLER One Hundred Fqty . President . Vice-Pres ident Secretary- Treasurer ROLAND MCDANIELS KATHRINE MEAD EVY OTIS HENRY RICHARDS ADA SNYDER CLIFFORD SECOR DORIS SPELDER MAURICE SULLIVAN CARL STONEBURG ALBERT TELLER ETHEL WAGNER J' t -a'I1f2f'.. W. if 1+ 5 4,55-iffy MX is ineiutsnuls Q3 ,. if iiiii-T.i:-Tfiil-:-Tia?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiii?ifE:'ii:i-fexiiwyikii REYNOLDS, Fox, GUTEKUNST, BENZINGER, FOSSITT, ERICKSON, LARSON PARKHURST, DICKINSON, ELL1O'r'r, VAIL, EIILE, SLATE Art Kraft Klub OFFICERS MILDRED K. ELLIOTT . , . , President MILDRED R. SLATE . , Vicapresidem HELEN EHLE - v . Treasurer ETHEL M. PAIIKHURST , , Secretary HELEN JEAN DICKINSON . . . Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS MARY REYNOLDS ELSIE GUTEKUNST VIOLA VAIL MARY BENZINGER ANNETTE REGER JENORA B ENTLEY ALICE LARSON PAULINE Fox ALICE ERICKSON LOLA F OSSITT MARION NEIDERPRUEM LEONA WARBOIS While primarily the purpose of the Art Kraft Klub is to encourage any artistic interests of its members, we have striven particularly to co-operate with other organizations in the col- lege and so contribute to its general welfare. This year we have accomplished our purpose to the extent of establishing an Art Scholarship to be awarded annually to a worthy student of the Art Department, presenting an assembly program in connection with the Musical Clubs, caring foi the bulletin boards throughout the corridors of the college, having a sale of block print Christmas Greetings and the sponsoring of the Annual Stunt Nite. One Hundred Fgty-one as 4 if t Wil? k 4 Snfm 'X vi? . IHEMLMIS is ',,' ,5'?5'2:"ff? "-- wifi wwwwwfffwfffwwwwwffifxfxvfxwvfwfxfvixfwxfivxakawfr ELEANOR SCHIERSING CANDACE DOELMAN . MARIAN SCHMIDT . J EAN SPEARS . MISS SCOULAR MISS TOERNER Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS FACULTY ADVISERS MISS HOUSTON One Hundred F Wy-two . President . Vice-President , Secretary . Treasurer MISS THOMAS MISS ROBSON T3 Tai' f I M "--- I lf? T iw y, lllillbbllls QSO Q ff if if nf sr is 3 me 1 af is +1 is 1: is is f is if nk if if if if if if t t k Y. W. C. A. CABINET THELMA CORCORAN . A program DORIS CONSTABLE . U Social Service MARIE HOLME . World Fellowship LOUISE SIEMON . . Publicity ELNA ANDREASON Religious Education JACQUELINE McEvoy Membership RUTH BUDDENHAGEN. Q Finance MARY RINDONE Song Leader Early in the first term the Y. W. C. A. entertained the Freshmen at a circus held in the gym. The membership campaign brought 146 members-students and faculty-and these were formally received into the organization in October. The campaign was brought to a climax with a "Y" week-end at Forty Acres. The program for the year was centered around the theme, "Foreign Communities in Buffalo." At the first meeting, Miss Castellini from the International Institute told us about the Italian Community and sang some Italian folksongs. Two social service projects were carried out in November-one a party for thirty children from the Chilclrenis Aid, and the other the collection and disposal of the Thanks- giving baskets. In December, Mrs. Marsales came to us with many interesting stories of German custorns.The meeting was followed by supper and a Christmas Party for the members. Carrying out our theme in January we discussed in three groups some viatal questions con- nected with the Polish'Community. One Hundred F Ifty-three ' A E A A ' A I 'Q IHEIELMIS 433 5 wwwffrffwfwifiaffxffwffwrwwfffffxwffw fffffr Home Economics Club DORIS CONSTABLE . LILLIAN WRIGHT FRANCES PAGE . HELEN STEINBACH . MISS KEEVER Miss TOERNER PEARL WEBBER GRACE COURTNEY HELEN GORMAN ALBERTA OTTENOT OFFICERS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL One H undred Fytyfour . Pres zdent . Vice-Pres :dent 4. Secretary . Treasurer . Faculty Advzsers HELEN STEPHENS ALICE LARSON GRACE HANN JOAN RASCHE R3 4 191' if 'gif q an Mt fn- 4 w N R A 4 if tg' IHEJELMHIE Q30 ,L fwfwwTffwfwwwwwfffrfwrrfxwwvfffwfxwwnwfwfw DUNKELEERGER, SCHMIDT, RICH, GREENWALD, ANDREASON, BAUMGARTEN, HIRD, ISAACSON BELLANCA, FRANTZ, JOHNSON, ROBSON, HLTGIIES, SHEEDY Nu Lambda Sigma OFFICERS EDITH L. JOHNSON , . Preszdenz FLORENCE HUGHES . . . Vice-Preszdent COLETTE SHEEDY Corresponding Secretary IDA FRANTZ , . Recording Secretary FRANCES BELLANCA , . . Treasurer MISS ROBSON , . Faculty Advlser MEMBERS WINIFRED ALLEN ELNA ANDREASON MARIAN BAUMGARTEN EDITH BERNER MARGARET BUNCE RUTH DUNKLEBERGER VIRGINIA GANGLOFF One Hundred Fqtyfve ELSIE GREENWALD ELEANOR HIRD AGNES ISAACSON GERALDINE RANKINS EVELYN RICH MARIAN SCHMIDT JEAN SPEARS 4 if 43 wi? rw 3? it X' 23 A lHE1HU-WS 1 A E E 0 I R512-Ig! E w+AwfT'ffA32V"T'3f www ffxffwfww A wwxfAfi'i1"wfi?'AwA if DALY, COUGHLIN, FONTAINE, HOEHMAN, CAVIN JACOBSON, EAGAN, MR. DEMOND, FINKELSTEIN, CHEPLOVE DEANGELIS, MAEDER, LOCKE, COLL, WACNER, CROGLIO, PUGELL NAOMI A. COLL CHARLOTTE WAGNER ROSINA LOCKE . JENNIE DI CESARE RUTH I'IARRIS . MR. DEMOND . HEIIEN BYERS GERTRUDE CHEPLOV MARY COUGHLIN NORA DALY RAEEAE DE ANGELIS MARY DOLAN 'HELEN EAGAN HAZEL ELLER LORRAINE FABER ZELMA FAY GLADYS FELDBERC GOLDINE FINKELSTEIN BELLE FEINSTEIN ELIZABETI'I FONTAINE FLORENCE FRANKE Current Events Club OFFICERS MEMBERS GERTRUDE GAVIN NAOMI COLL HELEN GORMAN DOROTHY GREEN LOUISE GUARINO ANNE IiAGGERTY RUTH HARRIS DOROTHY l'IEMAN MILDRED IIOEHMAN PEARL JOHNSON TILLIE KAISER CRACE K.LINE ROSINA LOCKE ELINOR MAEDER MABEL MCELROY HELEN MCGEORGE One Hundred F qty-six . . President . Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . . Treasurer . Faculty Adviser JOSEPHINE MESI FLORENCE MINIKIDIE ALl'REDA PUGELL MARJORIE RANDALL MARGARET ROOF BERNICE SAVAGE DOROTHY SPENCER TILLIE SIMON BELLE SODIKMAN JANE SULLIVAN VIRGINIA THORNTON CHARLOTTE WACNER FANNIE WAGNER SYLVIA WEBER PEARL WHITMAN 'Y i' -A V -I3 -'ffl' .W iv 4, if MJMS 5 wwwwffsnwfawwfwwfxwwfifwfvfvffafvixfarn ni-tiff POLOGE, MCELROY, XXIILKINSON, WILSON, 1-IOUSEKN ECI-IT, JAYNES, LEWIS, WIEHRUNG, BARBER, BAKER BRAINSKY, CURTIS, RUDOLPII, KUHN, JUDGE, I'IOEI-IMAN, KRUTEN.AT, PFEEFER, WULFFE, HOUGIHITON, FLANNIGAN, BURCR ROBSON, WILKENSON, CLARKE, RAUTENSTRIKUCH, MISS CLARK, STARR, ANDREASEN, SPENCER, SCANLON, JAYNES, CASSIDY, BRUNNER, RYDER, O,DONOGHUE Non-Residents' Association i OFFICERS ELNA ANDREASON . , . President MILDRED STARR Vice-President EDNA CLARK . . Secretary HELEN EHMAN . . . Treasurer CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES INA MEAD ..,.... Social SARA BELCHER . . . Financial HELEN SUE REYNOLDS RQff6ShHl011lS 'CHRISTINE SCANLON . . Publicity LEAH .IAYNES . . MUSiC FRANCES DYK51-RA , , . Freshman, Representative .IOSEPHINE RAUTENSTRAUCH . Home Economics Representative MISS ROBSON MISS SPENCER AdviS9fS MISS CLARK One Hundred F Ifty-seven A +, I lHElll,MlS g-Q3 1 5 'I R is ? i ini A wfffgfgfgfwwl fwfr wfxwfwvfrwrwfrfxfvfiifw "Ax ixfffarf L'Alliance Francaise OFFICERS DORIS GRITMAN . President ADELIA POPLAWSKA . Vice-President MARGARET MCENENY . Secretary GERALDINE BINOENIIEIMER . Treasurer MLLE. CHAMOT DR. MESSNER . Faculty Advisers MEMBERS DOROTIIEA ADAMS CAROLINE BAUDENDISTEL GERALDINE BINCENIIEIMER KAROLYN BRACKETT HELEN BURNS GERTRUDE CAMPBELL MAY CARLIN JANICE COLLINS MARY COLLINS GENEVIEVE COYNE HELEN EHMAN DORIS FRANK THELMA FROLICK DOROTHY GREEN ALICE GREIG JANE GRINNELL DORIS GRITMAN GERALDINE JEMISON CATHERINE MCENENY MARGARET MCENENY KATHARINE MEAD MARY NEILL MARY NEVILLE HELEN NICE GENEVIEVE O,CONNELL LILLIAN 0,DONOGHUE MARION PETTINATO ADELIA POPLAWKSA MARY POWERS HELEN PURCELL MONICA PUTNAM CATHERINE RADICE FRANCES ROONEY ELEANOR RUDOLPH BELLE SODIKMAN LUCY SYRACUSE MARY UGGLA LAURA WARD BELLA WEEKES WINIFRED WILLIAMS MILDRED YAEGER The last two years we have been unusually honored by having in our midst Miss Genevieve Coyne who has twice been awarded medals by Les Amis de la France for French compositions. One Hundred F Uty-eight 4 ir 5 A if JHHHLMIS Jw fffwwrffwffwwaffwffxfwfwwfwfwfffwx:riff-graft Sociology Club OFFICERS TILLIE KAISER . RosE CROGLIO . CLARA CoRRIToRE . LUCY SIRECI . DR. NEUMANN , MEMBERS ANGELINE ALo1s1o ETHEL BAKER RUTH BARRY GLADYS CARPENTER GERTRUDE CHEPLOVE CLARA CORRITORE GENEVIEVE COYNE ROSE CROGLIO NoRA DALY HELEN EAGAN BELLIE F EINSTEIN GOLDYNE FINKLESTEIN FLORENCE MINEKIME One Itfundred F Qfty-nine . President . Vice-Presldent . Secretary . Treasurer . Faculty Advzser ROSE GUILLARI ROSE GOODMAN RUTH GUTMAN RUTH HARRIS FANNY JACOBSON TILLIE KAISER HELEN KELLER Ros1NA LOCKE SYLVIA REINGOLD JOSEPHINE Rlzzo LUCY SIRECI HELEN EHLE 4' if ff Qlfiifksf .,,a 'A' 4' R A W ir xi E- Lk YL, wwffwiffwwfAwwfwwxxwwwwwffwrffifffxfwxwfifafx Debating Club OFFICERS ALEX CORT1 . . President OAKLEY IRWIN . . Vice-President LOUIS GITIN . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ALEX CORT1 LOUIS GITIN OAKLEY IRWIN LYALL BUSCH ALBERT TELLER ARTHUR LIARBISON FRANK MACFARLANE One Hundred Sixty EDWARD GOUILETTE LEO FOROSCY GEORGE MURPHY KENNETH KITZENGER FRANK YOUNG JEAN ARMSTRONG LIAEMEL 4 t My ..,,, .,,, " -Qty? i' 1' 524 , We-me - y T 11 . Q-5.-,tw 4 fl -Mm A IHEIHLMIS 1 O M e etttttteaO ' wwrffime fwvfw wwfrwrwrwwwrxwrrfaiw fiirw Tiffin METZ, GRABAU, HOUSTON, BATES Athletic Association NEWTON BATES , . President DOROTHY HERMES . . . Secretary-Treasurer ARTHUR METZ . Representative from Social Program MISS HOUSTON 1 MR. GRABAU JP . Faculty Advisers One Hundred Sixty-two 4' 'M . mg. i' If 155 f Qiiefiff Q RER-f.fff 21 if MMW0 'ff fwrwrfffffwwwfwrrxxwfwrxwxfffffwxwfdzlfffzfffff Q f f M New College Cheers Go-0-o-0-o Buffalo S-T---a-t-e Go-o-o-0-o Buffalo S-T---a-t-e Go-o-o-0-o Buffalo S-T---a-t-e B-u-f-f-a-l-0 State Buffalo Team Go-o-o-o-o Rah-rah-rah rah-rah-rah rah-rah-rah Team Team Team One Hundred Sixty-three 4 'K A Ty 'A' 4 .gg gy ff? 4 I, lHE1ULNHfSQ3 a' ,I fffff"i"2'f?'wTW? fffafwffwwfwfxaffffwf wiwf ffffafaf SMITH, HYMAN, BATES, YORK, SIIEPARD, GRABAU SCI-IILL, SHARROW, WWJHITTINGTON, JACKSON Basketball 1929-1930 EDWARD WHITTINGTON . Forward WILLIAM SCHILL fForward ARTHUR YORK . Forward KENNETH CLUGSTON Forward WILLIAM JACKSON Guard NEWTON BATES Guard WELDON SHEPARD Guard EARL SHARROW Cenlwr One Hundred Sixtyfour 41 2 mls was ' if Qggmaff' iuemiuls f 5 wawwfTnnT'T:wwfifffriff:-ffwwffffwigffaiifilfffk in ' ' If l IRVING 1'1YMAN En. WIIITTINGTON Varsity Basketball, 1929-1930 MR. GRABAU .......,.. Coach EDWARD WHITTINGTON . . Captain IRVING A. HYMAN . . . . Manager HENRY SMITH . . . . . . Financial Manager SCHEDULE December 6 . . . State 19 University of Buffalo , 46 December 14 . State Canisius College 'kDecember 21 . State Alumni . . 1.1 anuary 8 . State Fredonia Normal "january 11 . State Brockport Normal January 14 . State Niagara University yflanuary 18 . State Canisius . . January 21 . State Fredonia Normal "'.lanuary 24 . State Edinboro T. C. . January 31 . State Brockport Normal February 5 . State St. Bonaventure "cFebruary 8 . State Genesee Normal 'kFebruary 14 . State Cortland . . February 21 . State Edinboro T. C. . February 28 . State Mechanics Institute March 1 . State Geneseo Normal a"March 5 . State St. Bonaventure "'March 8 . . . State Mechanics Institute Total . . . 391 "' Home Games One Hundred Sixtyfive -121 1 err 1. me ,J + wi Meat? MEM XM -ftil 1 2 as-it zz- fr -.IS S 1 O ..,.....WW it' EE S gg., afwffwigigfygfiwfi fwfr wwxfkxxwww wwffxw-juggfgf fxfffk The Varsity Basketball Season Twenty-five candidates reported to Coach Grabau for positions on the Varsity Team. The majority of the players were Upperclassmen, contrasting with the contributions that the Freshman Class has made to the team in past years. The return of five "letter menf' Jackson, Bates, Whittington, Sharrow and Schill, gave promise of a strong team. Mis- fortune caused the absence of Sharrow and Jackson from the first few contests, and toward the end of the season Whittington and Clugston were lost. After six weeks' practice, the team opened the season with the University of Buffalo, losing to the score of 46-19. Long practices followed the first defeat, but the second game at the Elmwood Music Hall was lost to Canisius College. ' The team showed its true ability in the next contest, defeating an Alumni team of old captains and stars by a score of 33-32. It was fine to see players like Abate, Smith, Cleary, Stark and Wilker on the court again. The highlight of the season came when the Fredonia Normal played on the college court. The score at the close of the first half was 4-1, the lowest halftime score ever made on the State court. At the end of the game, the score was 12-12, tied a few seconds before by I ack- son's mid-court shot. It followed for Schill to be the hero of the game. He made two foul shots to tie the score again in the first overtime period, and in the second overtime period he won the game for State with a basket and a foul shot. The final score was 16-15. Brockport was defeated next by a score of 25-21. With a team hindered by the loss of valuable players, The Orange and Black traveled to Niagara Falls and lost a close game to Niagara University, 44-32. Shepard and York did well in replacing State's absent players. One Hundred Sixty-six ,113 P if MI.:-p if ..-Ik 4 1. IHEJHLMIS f .5 ruff-fiifgilffifif wwf wwffwwfwwwafwffffigigipfiil-E-Eimfff Then there followed two discouraging lossesg one to a visiting Canisius team by a 25-14- score, the other at Fredonia, a thrilling game that was lost in the last half. Another win followed from the Edinboro College of Pennsylvania on the local court. Although opposed by heavy men, State won by the close score of 20-18. The next two games were lost by a large margin. The Orange and Black journeyed to Brockport and later to St. Bonaventure. The latter game was played with a team that was of a class far superior to ours. At Geneseo, the team won a game that had the appearances of a sure loss. Whittington, York and Schill were important in scoring our 28 points against C-eneseo's 19. Opposing Cortland, State outplayed their opponents the first half, but lost by a laxly-played second period. It was at this time that Whittington and Clugston were lost. On the Pennsylvania court, State lost to Edinboro by a score of 41-22. A disastrous week-end followed in which the team lost to both Rochester and Geneseo. The following week, State was outplayed on its own court by the powerful St. Bonaven- ture team. Our team did remarkably well, considering the calibre of the team that opposed them. The season was closed in a fitting and dramatic manner by defeating Mechanics Institute of Rochester on the State court by the score of 34-32. Schill was again the hero of the game, scoring 17 of the points. The game also saw the rise of Pike from substitute to the regular position of center. It was an unimpressive season, undoubtedly caused by the unfortunate loss of several valuable players. Discouragement was an important factor in many of the defeats, but the victories were brilliant and filled with exceptional playing. One Hundred Sixty-seven k 4 F 5, F .. ,,.. 2322, 'A' 4' as ww e , Q 2 W- 1 WR az, Q, I :fy IHEIULNUIS 1 0 M - ' Iss: " yQ'T':y, f .14 vitae' -PIX mgftlfgf Q fwfff'ime f'i'M1" iff fwffrffwffwffvffff fff Tfwfff MR. GRABAU WILLIAM PIKE MR. ROBERTS PAOLUCCI BAUMLER BANKS . SCHREIER THOMPSON PAXSON . ARMSTRONG HUPP . FRANK . BUTLER . KIRK . PIKE . Reserve Basketball, 1929-1930 One Hundred Sixty-eight Coach Captain Manager Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Cen ter 4 i' expr. fp vm ,k x 5 w ielifezfn-if ":ffN fir 23' fe: Qgfa JHEJHLMIS Q30 " Q rwwfwV1:1i',wY"'fif w if if affirm 1 ff it Reserve Schedule, 1929-1930 December 6 Reserves 26 U. B. Frosh . December 14 Reserves 18 Canisius Frosh . January 8 Reserves 20 Fredonia Reserves January 11 Reserves 20 Brockport Reserves January 18 Reserves 14 Canisius Frosh . January 21 Reserves 22 Fredonia Reserves January 22 Reserves 13 Seneca Vocational January 24 Reserves 5 Elm Vocational January 31 Reserves 15 Brockport Reserves February 7 Reserves 18 Nichols . . February 8 Reserves 30 Peckham Vocational March 5 Reserves 8 Ebenezer High School March 8 Reserves 9 Seneca Vocational The Reserve Basketball Season The Reserve team, participating in every practice with the first squad, furnished the Varsity squad a fine workout. This kept the Varsity in excellent condition during its season and helped make them a worthy match for their opponents. Sincere appreciation is there- fore extended to the Reserve team by the Varsity. Though we won only three of the thirteen games scheduled, the sea son is not to be regarded as a failure. One need only to take into consideration the size and strength of our opponents to understand why more games were not won. Our two victories from our old-time rivals, the Fredonia Reserves, balanced last year's defeats. The games with the several preparatory schools and our local college rivals furnished many additional thrills. The Hue playing of Pike at Center accounted for many of the close scores. The ability of Paolucci, Baumler and Schreier gives them a good start for a position on the 1931 Varsity. Paxson, Hupp and Armstrong gave fine performances as guards. We were weakened somewhat by the loss of Shepard, Bates and York, who took their places on the Varsity team in the middle of the season, but Banks, Thompson, Butler, Frank and Kirk often appearing in the line-up added much to the strength of the team. One Hundred Sixty-nine 4 W t Haw? twsjj? i' 4 G 'fT'1"7ra'n?'-lviaqilxw 'f:' 'b"""- w 4 ff iueiuwur va e re- f gf -is S 1 Q 3:1 Q'ih tt-st: .ig-K. wfwffwfaefifnulfwiii iff f+ffxvfwfxw1wrvfffff i'+'w Trauma Baseball, 1930 Indoor workouts at the State Armory and at the Elmwood Music Hall will give an advan- tage over last year's practice by sooner putting the men into fine condition. This should show up conspicuously in the seasonis success. A nucleus of veterans, including Bates, Sharrow, Schill, MacDaniels, York and Auch- moody, with promising new candidates, especially among the Freshmen, should develop a strong team. The following schedule, heavier than that of last year, has been arranged by Clifford Berg, Manager for 1930: May 13 Buffalo at Niagara May 17 Cortland at Buffalo May 24 Niagara at Buffalo May 28 Buffalo at Fredonia . May 31 Geneseo at Buffalo June 2 Fredonia at Buffalo These remarks have been heard about the players: BATES-HLCI them get on iirst. I'll catch them stealing second basef, AUCHMOODY-"Two outs and the bases loaded, oh! oh!" SCHILLQ'qeRCYH6IHb6F the day I got a hit?'7 MACDANIELS-"Where is that Lou Gehrig bat? ltis bigger? SHARROWV-eiHC,S the boy that steals home." YORK-"That pitcher is all right, but he can't hit my batf, Tennis At the time of writing, it is too early to say anything definite about the 1930 tennis season. However,many of our students are eagerlylooking forward to the time when practice begins. Last year for the first time tennis was made a recognized sport in our college. The squad, chosen from the twenty-five candidates who turned out, was coached by Mr. Grabau. Of the several important matches that were played, our team suffered defeat at the hands of its strongest opponent, Canisius College. This year we hope to avenge that loss. As soon as the weather permits there will be an elimination contest on our own court. With several of last yearis letter men back, and with a number of excellent players among the new students, the prospects for a good team and a successful season are very bright. There will be practice in the college gym or at one of the local armories until our own court and the courts at the parks are in condition. One Hundred Seventy as ' af ...ls ....., eei -J ' . isitmts tssggigf ,gf 2: eff' xzfr. 5 ME ffffffffif wwfvfwfxwnfxfxwxwfwwrimffnffiwwr Girls' Athletics Basketball is the major sport in girls, athletics at S. T. C. Practice is twice a week, begin- ning in November, Tuesdays being reserved for the Upperclassmen and Thursdays for the Freshmen. Early in the second semester, section teams are organized from those candidates who have attended the required number of practices. A Freshman and Upperelass Tournament are held, and the winners in each tournament play for the school championship. Two major or honorary teams, the Orange and the Black, are organized from players who have shown superior playing ability and all-around good sportsmanship in the tournament games. The Orange and Black game is primarily an exhibition of skill. Girls selected for the Orange and Black for three successive years are awarded a gold basketball. Stella Shurgot and Grace Hann received this award in 1929. The climax of the season is reached at a basketball dinner, which is attended by all the girls who came out for basketball. This year, under the careful direction of Miss Houston, Miss Salom and Miss Roach, the girls have completedla very successful season. In the Freshman Tournament there was keen competition between Section II and Home- making. With one defeat for each, the final playoff proved Home-making triumphant by a score of 32-8. The score, however, does not tell all the exciting story. In the final game, and throughout the season, the fine playing of Ada Dean and Josephine Colby of Section II, was noted, and Audrey Henderson, Margaret Gentner and Ruth DeMond were conspicuous in their Hne teamwork and passwork. The Upperclass Tournament has been unusually exciting because of the strong competi- tion of the veteran teams. However, Third Year Grammar II, 1929 Champions and un- defeated in this year's tournament, are on the way to a second championship. Alice Brown and Ida F othergill of Third Year Grammar I, Helen Pautler and Eileen Sullivan of Third Year Intermediate II, Grace Martiny, Gladys Slater and Bernice Newman of Third Year Grammar II, Mercedes Rentz, Margaret Krutenat and Stella Shurgot of the Fourth Year were outstanding in the tournament. Baseball is not an organized sport for girls in our college, but girls participate in practice, and play games whenever teams can be assembled. Riding is a recognized activity. In tl1e spring and fall of the year, classes are formed which tide two or three times a week. One Hundred Seventy-one 4 i 4:g?W W fi? t 4 13 wT :ff?e"f1' XP :,, rr-3:41 Y? Awwwwfmifglwwfi wwfafrxfwwrwfxwwfaf1sf1r'i'3F1rx?'1r-nuff-Af Third Year Grammar II STABY, Captain .... Center MARTINY . Forward MEINECKE . Forward SLATER . . Side Center NEWMAN . Guard A SWACHAMER . . Guard Third Year Intermediate II PAUTLER, Captain . . Center NEMESCHY . Forward SULLIVAN . . Forward SULLIVAN . . Side Center RALPH . . Guard SCIBETTA . . Guard Fourth Year HIXNN .... Center KOPEK , Forward MUNN Q . . Forward SHURGOT . . Side Center RENTZ . C .... Guard VVILLIAMS, Captain . . . Guard SUBSTITUTES STANLEY KRUTENOT ,SCHRAFT One Hundred Seventy-two 4 ff Jgf,-,, -L. uk 4. W me F. ai fg- 'L7 .IX S 1 O Kfi'-3 F Q wfffffffwf f wwfwwxfxwwffawfffff1fFfff'i"'fZwafr Third Year Grammar I FRANK , . Center KLIN E . , Forward BROWN, Captain . Forward BAIRD . . . Side Center FELDBERG. . Guard FOTHERGILL , . Guard Second Year Grammar II KERSPERKE. Captain . . . Center JOHN STON . Forward RUTLAND . . Forward IXIAGGIO . , Side Center WHITE . . . Guard MCCARTIN .... Guard r SUBSTITUTES F MALONE MURPHY 1 Second Year Intermediate II RUDOLPH . . Center SIMMONS . Forward WEINSTEIN . Forward WRISNEWSKA , . . Side Center ROSENBLUM, Captain . . Guard WFRISBOVVSKA . . Guard One Hundred Seventy-three we 4 ir ay Z? ir :L 'ik -12,1 if WM-rr .WW ,:-- 1' Y --wmmv. .Er .G f Q-any i-'16-aw " i ,e WEJHLMIS 1523 43 f ,ff wwrffiwfflwa fwfrfwwifwwffffffwfwff ffff Thrift: First Year Home Economics EWELL . . . . Center GENTNER . . . Forward HENDERSON, Captain . Forward TARBRAKE . . Side Center DEMOND . . . Guard DUDLEY ..... Guard SUBSTITUTE WEBBER Second Year Intermediate I PASCHKA ..... Center J EROME, Captain . Forward SLATTERY' . . . Forward HERBIES . . . Side Center MESSINGER . . Guard BUNCE ..... Guard SUB STI TUTE X COUHIG First Year Section II DEAN ..... Center COLBY, Captain Forward COWELL . Forward CARTWRIGHT . . Side Center EARLL . . Guard CROSBY . . Guard One Hundred Seventyfour 'F 'K ...A ,, 1- 4, Q . il f Ffrieiif X, 'Y if'-E-.5 5' Q, Jumumufs ,F ikkittftittiitiikifitiittkkiiiiiiiktttiiiik First Year Section VI O,DAY ..... Center NEVILLE . . Forward POHLE . . Forward PATOUILLET . . Side Center PROZELLAR .... Guard PLANT, Captain .... Guard SUBSTITUTES PET11' OFCONNELL NIELL First Year Section V MONAGHAN, Captain . LE ROY . . L. MALONEY . . MILLER . . MAYER . MARKMAN . Center Forward Forward Side Center . Guard . Guard i One Hundred Seventyffive L First Year Section IV GREIG, Captain . . Center H OARE Forward HOHN Forward HALL Side Center HIPP . Guard HAGGERTY . Guard mm -F 'K QI W ,W X? i' xl- n,,,,xf13W'L.1fwnL1,Vf?W :Fw 4,,g. Vw... A 5 'I' , Q K .,.,::5.q,,1.,i,, WET?-T-Q 'A' 5 ,, 1HE11LM1S 95 43 1 tttti't'ftitiiiikfiiikikiiiitkitiikit ttittk MARTINY, ROACH, LIOUSTON, CARIVTAN SHUROOT, RALPH, SLATER, SCHIERSING, CORCORAN Cortland Playday Delegates GRACE MARTINY STELLA SHURGOT RUTH CARMAN MISS HOUSTON CLASS OF 1929 VERNA CORCORAN CLASS OF 1930 DOROTHY RALPH CLASS OF 1931 THELMA CORCORAN CLASS OF 1932 CANDACE DOELMAN FACULTY One Hundred Seventy-six ELEANOR SCHIERSING GLADYS SLATER JANET MURPHY MISS ROACH I 'v 1 X11 X ff 29-3859! CHRONOILGGY Y QA TD: Y 435' .,,,.Q: xi, 'lf 4 4 i' if ff in in ws 1 7 'Q' 5 E Lt 230 ii arwffwii-fffwfwinfxwtfrwkxxxwrxtifwxwfx riixffx SEPTEMBER 10 17 24 26-27 OCTOBER 1 3 4 7 8 9 11 14 15 17 18 22 24 29 NOVEMBER 22 5 Calendar, 1929-1930 SEPTEMBER Registration. Misses Goossen and Dana gave a report of their travels abroad. N. R. A. Tea for all non-resident students. Conference of Normal Schools and Teachers' Colleges at Lake Placid OCTOBER Alpha Sigma Tau Candy Sale. Dinner for Practice School Faculty by Mr. Steel. Pi Kappa Sigma Harvest Hop Dance. Orchestra Party at Chestnut Ridge Park. Delta Sigma Epsilon "What-noti' Food Sale. Cornerstone Laying Day Banquet at the Statler. Chancellor Samuel P. Capen spoke on the "University of Buffalo." Glee Club Party at Chestnut Ridge Park. Captain Mellen spoke on Thomas Edison. Sophomore Dance for Freshmen. Utica Jubilee Singers. Theta Sigma Upsilon Gypsy Rondo Dance. Dr. Frederick D. Losey lectured on Shakespeare. Faculty Reception to Freshmen. Mabel Powers spoke on Indian Race Problems. Nu Lambda Sigma Candy Sale. NOVEMBER Roscoe Gillmore Stott spoke on "Dying on Third." Men's Faculty Dinner. Sigma Sigma Sigma Dance. Films on the Berber Mountain Peoples. Junior Glee Club Supper Party. One Hundred Seventy-eight ui W iq- W-il' if If ,., ff iueminis ff .5 tiki?-Esflytiif-I?iiiiiiiifiiiiiikiiikigigiifl-giiik NOVEMBER 6 7 8 11 12 15 18 22 23 25 26 27 DECENIBER 2 3 4 13 15-16 17 19 20 30 Panhellenic Reception for Freslnnen. Current Events Club Candy Sale. Zone Meeting of Teachers, Associations. 1VIiss Bacon's Tea for Intermediate Sections. Pi Kappa Sigma Poppy Sale. Junior Degree Party. Phi Upsilon Omicron Food Sale. Miss Minna Niemann gave a Piano Recital. Kappa Kappa Kappa Dance. Pi Kappa Sigma Baked Goods and Candy Sale. Miss Mary Anderson spoke on "Women in Industry." Junior Degree Class Dance in Gym. Y.W.C.A. Party for Unprivileged Children in the Gym. Art Kraft Klub Christmas Card Sale. Annual Interclass Sing and Cheerleading Contest. Pi Delta Theta Chrysanthemum Sale. Thanksgiving Recess began at noon. DECEMBER College reopened after Thanksgiving Recess. Berea College Sale in Social Center. Fourth Year Class Party. Delta Sigma Epsilon's "Snow Ballw Dance. Christmas Play. H. E. Christmas Party. Dr. Rockwell's Illustrated Lecture on Palestine. Christmas Party in Auditorium. Glee Club Caroling. Sigma Sigma Sigma Holly Sale. Christmas Vacation began. Junior Prom at the Twentieth Century Club. One Hundred Seventy-nine 4 'K Q3 ,Vgf f WZ? i' ll' wfvkifggb nga QTQETTKLQ Tia ' lllilllfl-Nils 43 ' if 'kii'i'i'i'i' JANUARY 6 7 10 14 17 22 27-31 FEBRUARY 3-7 3 7 12 14 17 18 21 25 26 28 MARCH 8 11 14 17 19 K ifafwwawfwfxffwfxwrffffifxfwnwwxwwf JANUARY Classes resumed. Prof. Joseph K. Hart lectured on the Danish Folk Schools. Theta Sigma Upsilon Apple Sale. The Hon. Rennie Smith lectured on the Rise of Ramsey MacDonald. N. S. F. A. Conference delegates gave report. Psi Phi Dance. Prof. Albert B. Bailey spoke on c'Ways and Means of Travel in Europef, Dr. Rockwell's Dinner for Faculty. Examination Week. FEBRUARY Registration for Second Semester. Theta Sigma Upsilon Tea for Faculty. New Semester began. Alpha Sigma Alpha Sweetheart Dance. Lincoln's Birthday. Dr. Fishls lecture on the "Ocean.,' Dr. David Seabury lectured on "Growing Into Life." Pi Delta Theta Candy Sale. C. Valentine Kirby lectured on "Bringing Art Into the Home." Dr. Sigmund Spaeth spoke on "Modern Music and Its Growth." Sophomore Sweater Dance in the Gym. Senior Ball at the Consistory. MARCH Basketball season closed with victory over Mechanics Institute. Y.W.C.A. Skating Party. Barnum Brown lectured on "Prehistoric America." Nu Lambda Sigma Green Carnation Sale. Capt. Donald B. MacMillan lectured on "Labrador." One Hundred Eighty 4 'k as fm' sf if iie J ,Q ' if 1 ' q 4 iismlurs ,gp ir NTARCH APRIL MAY 27 31 4 8 14 16 28 1 5 8-9 JUNE 15 16 22 23 30 13 14 15 16 17 :QTLuwwxrkxfwrxfxwfwaf1ra.f.iigEf,,,Q,i'T'1,,,,,.,,,, Stunt Night. Wolf Von Dewall spoke on the matter of education in Germany as related to the modern world. APRIL Kindergarten-Primary Day. "Story of Passion Play," illustrated. Dr. Carl Von Hoffman illustrated Africa." his lecture on "The Jungle Gods of Easter Recess began. Classes resumed work. MAY Alpha Sigma Tau Rose Sale. Pi Delta Theta Dance. Pi Kappa Sigma Candy Sale. Spring Play. Sigma Sigma Sigma Candy Sale. Spring Concert. Alpha Sigma Tau Dance. Moving-Up Day and Undergraduate Dinner at the Consistory. Panhellenic Sing. Decoration Day. JUNE Second Semester ends. Alumni Day. Baccalaureate Sunday. Class Day. Commencement. One I-Iundrerl Eighty-one 43 4 W 'K-rl ,fkiffw ,,.,.A.xq? 52, vat if 7 Z? ff WS 1?-. f A IBEW 230 A.. fwavfvfr wwf1wwwwwxwrwrwwxwwfvfwxxxwwf:affix PORCHER, BERG, SVVACHAMER LATSCI-I, BRETT, CORTY, LEIDY Senior Ball at Consistory Ballroom ' February 28, 1930 COMMITTEE LUCY A. CORTY, Chairman RUTH LATSCH THELMA SWVACHAMER FAY LEIDY PAULINE FITZGERALD BEULAH BRETT KATHERINE PORCHER CLIFFORD BERG PATRONS AND PATRONESSES DR. AND MRS. IIARRY W. ROCKWELL MRS. STEPHEN M. CLEMENT MR. AND MRS. EDWVARD H. BUTLER MRS. EDVVARD J. BARCALO MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. SATTERFIELD MRS. CHARLES J. NORTH DEAN CATHERINE E. REED MR. AND MIIS. HARRY J. STEEL MISS MYRTLE V. CAUDELL MR. AND MIKS. IRVING C. PERKINS MISS GERTRUDE M. BACON MR. AND MRS. WORTH MCCLURE MISS GRACE ALLEN DR. EARL DANIELS MISS RUTH GILL One Hundred Eighqy-two 4 'K qv V t 4 5 13:3-I-fgggff A f JHEJULMIS wwwwfwirnrwifwwfittww1kti1:xwrarfiirfxfy,q'fg,gf J. BROWN, CONOON, A. BROWYN STRIKER, TVIARLEY, 1-IIRD, MOULTOD Junior Prom at Twentieth Century Club December 30, 1929 COMMITTEE DOROTHY MARLEY, Chairman JEAN MOULTON ALICE BROWN JOSEPHINE BROWN PAULINE STRIKER CATHERINE CANNON VIRGINIA CONDON ELEANOR TTIRD WALLACE ORMSBY PATRONS AND PATRONESSES MR. AND MRS. HUCKINS MR. AND MRS. ABATE - DR. AND MRS. SCHNATZ One Hundred Eighty-three MISS CHAPMAN MISS SMALL Q34 if t' affyfw ' 'e'::P' vm? Wt fi? If O:::?fw "': - ' :: I,..,,: WE:-A 23' Q IHEIELMIS W if Q LL: I Fifi ffwffrifffAAwfffxvffwrwwwfwfffffffffwffwwx Committees for Graduation RING AND PIN ' MARION IIARRINGTON, Chairman ALERIEDA NEMESCHY DORA POLOGE PAULINE SETTER SENIOR BALL LUCY CORTY, Chairman CLIFFORD BERC PAULINE FITZGERALD BEULAH BRETT THELMA SWVACHAMER FINANCE MR. MANDEL, Chairman MR. KIMMEL KELSEY WEBSTER JANET ADOLPH I-IENRIETTA WILLIAMS BERTRAM MILLER PICTURE RICHARD FERRAND, Chairman DOROTHY CRANDALL OTIS CHIDESTER One Hundred Eightyfour BYLEY BASHFORD BELLA WEEKES FAY LEIDY KATHERINE PORCHER RUTH LATSCH ROLAND MCDANIELS GRACE HANN HAZEL SNYDER MARJORIE CHAPMAN DELONA MCKEE PEARL CAMPBELL 4 'K -.- -fa 42,5-f fwi -J " if f JHEIHLMIS f I fAfI32:iyJf'fif'JifwffwwAAAf k'l'iiii"ki'k'kXi"ii"ir'ki'A"k CLASS DAY MARY RINDONE, Chairman MARGARET SMITH GLADYS SMITH LILLIAN WRIGHT HOWARD SWAIN GLADYS RUHLAND CAP AND GOWN ELIZABETH STANLEY, Chairman, MARY MCGARR1' MARIE MARTIN LUCILLE GERRINGER NEWTON BATES INVITATION MARIAN SCHMIDT, Chairman LUCILLE SMITH ELIZABETH BEACH GIFT ELEANOR SCHIERSINO, Chairman ALICE WEATHERSTONE FLOWER AND COLOR IVIILDRED SLATE, Chairman HARRY SALMON ELVIRA STRACHAN SONG AND MOTTO EDNA JAYNES, Chairman LILLIAN ZDARSKY One Hundred Eighty WELDON SHEPARD five -5? A " A f i ir A ' A A f IHEIHLMIS Q3 A A vga,-rr. E353 i'ittt'k'fti1i'iiii'iiikiifiii'kiiiiiiiiiitfiiik Moving-Up Day and Undergraduate Dinner DOROTHY WESP ELIZABETH BEACH RUTH EHRIC OAKLEY IRWIN KATHLEEN LORENZ ELSIE GUTEKUNST JEAN MCLAREN ARTHUR METZ Tuesday, May 27, 1930 ASSEMBLY ALICE ERICKSON, Chairman PUBLICITY A ELIZABETH ROWE, Chairman FIELD MEET I ALICE WEATHERSTONE, Chairman DOROTHY CRANDALL VIOLA VAIL General Chairman . Assistant Chairmen AMELIA AGLE DOROTHY EWERS HELEN LAZER MARY MCGARRY STELLA SHURGOT, LEAH JAYNES ALENE BROWN TRANSPORTATION AND FINANCE EDNA GRADIPP SALLY OTTO MARY BARNES LOUIS GITIN, Chairman SUPPER ARRANGEMENTS LILLIAN WRIGIIT, Chairman MILDRED SLATE PARADE GERALDINE RYAN, Chairman KATHRINE BARNES One Hundred Eighty-six I-IARRIET WINEGAR MARJORIE CHAPMAN EVELINA MEDLICOTT 5 4 if what if 4. xi Q,,, TA 'T-:L ZIP A IIEIILMIS ' A wvffvffrfwwuwwwwAaixwwxwafxwwwfiffr1Ti'fui'F'xtawA The Virgin . Holy Night By GREGORIO TNIARTINEZ SIERRA Presented December 15 and 16, 1929 THE PLAYERS . . . . MARGARET DIVER Saint Francis of Assisi HAROLD NIILLER The Archangel hfichael . LOUIS CALLAN The Archangel Gabriel .,,.... RUTH CARMEN The Archangel Raphael ,...... TVTARION BURNES Angels . . . . LILLIAN BRANDT, JANICE SCHAIIDT, ELEANOR TAYLOR, ELEANOR BIESINGER, BEATRICE CHALMERS Sacriszan . . . . W. NIAURICE SULLIVAN Bernarda . NIARY IRMA CARMODY Sena Ubalds . LEONA DAVIS Madalena ALICE I. FISHER Bautista . JOHN LETTIERI His Motfzer . Senor Simon, the The Labourer Nicosia, his wife The Beggar . The Ragam ujin The H unchbach The Priest . The Mother The Boy . The Celebrant . Acolytes . Images . Worshipers . . . IRMA GROTKA Publican . . ALBERT TELLER , H. GEORGE MURPHY . . MARGUERITE RYAN . ROLAND A. MACD.ANIELS . KENNETH W. KITZINGER . JOHN R. EVANS 'I'1ENRY N. RICHARDS . MARIAN H. BAUMGARTEN . . . EARL D. OSBORNE . . . CARL STONEBERG . ROBERT MAPES, ROBERT KENDALL , , . . MYRTLE MANSFIELD, VIRGINIA TURNER , , , . . ROZELLA GRAY, GERALDINE MCMAHON, ETHEL WAGNER, FRANK J. MCFARLAND, HARRY DOUCLASS, LILLIAN BURNHAM, SARAH FREED, EDWARD WILHELDI, LEWIS R. CECIL, DORIS BRANDT, 1'1AZEL ELLER, EDITH BERNER. Production under the direction of Miss Mina S. Goossen. One Hundred Eighty-seven 'V i ' ....., my :js 1' 4' -rx asses f staa s ...aa N113 'ktk1l'ti"'ittfi'i'kitiikkikiiittktiiiitkik kiiikk ' JEAN MOULTON Fifth Annual Congress of the National Student Federation of America The Fifth Annual Congress of the National Student Federation of America was held January 1-4, 1930, at Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, Cal. The State Teachers College has always had a student present at the congress. This year, despite the distance, we decided to be again represented. This shows the value of the Federation to us, and the high esteem which our students have for it. The National Student Federation of America has been passing through a growing phase and, at this year's congress, it launched its Hrst plans for permanence. To become more stable and permit the expansion of the program that seemed most desirable, the association inaugurated four policies definitely designed for progress: first, the creation of a local N. S. F. A. Committee on the campus of each member college, second, the selection of a National Board of Advisers to act as liaison between the students and the outside worldg third, that an executive secretary and central office be incorporated and, fourth, that dues be collected from the students of member colleges at the rate of two cents per student. As a result of the adoption of this program, post-convention correspondence indicates that the organization is becoming more and more powerful. We may truly look to N. S. F. A. for great things in the future. The one hundred fifty delegates, quartered in sorority and fraternity houses and dormi- tories, were shown every hospitality by the Associated Stanford Students Union. Next year's conference is to be held during the Christmas Vacation at Georgia Tech, at Atlanta, Ga. Let us plan to send more than one delegate. -JEAN ADAIR MOULTON One Hundred Eighty-eight 5 4 W 3,25-?:? -Q-at Q 'P f .1,,'1 MEM! XM 2? itz -JS S 1 O E ' xbiszlif sf ifgifqg 'ik' fwffffffffw wwwrwxwwavfmfxwwfafffiI'f'wf'i"'wffafw AIOULTON, CONSTABLE, ECKIIA-XRDT BUDDENHAGEN, SCIIIERE-ING.. SLATEH Silver Bay Delegates CLASS OF 1930 ELEANOR SCHIERSING GLADYS SLATEH CLASS OF 1931 RUTH BUDDENHAGEN MARJORIE ECKHARDT DORIS CONSTABLE JEAN MOULTON FACULTY Miss HOUSTON One Hundred Eighty-nine -.,-. -..- W-- -- v r , w,.-,w,, . Mm ,V-Wm:-'zcswz' ,VJ " H ' 42 flflwj ''fIMT'2Qkfff'w'Zf'f'w?3WZ?f1f1,1+'2f'f"f,i71gf.i'f ' 'f V, f- z 'v V.,-W--fp-::42'wryf1: ieysfwcrm'-,.f 1 -' ., ' ' P---"-TK-"W 'A V V Y 4 fa., -"' ' 'ar L ' 3--'J 3 ag fl' 2132.2ffif?'.1'.,1f-:?fzfFf3 a SN H - v 2 " 'H J f, ..- f.. ,. G-13,1322 .,.. I -Q Q 1 " , H. - 1'5" "si '! 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' x Q ff ,Qu V X 5,01 yt ,Mr-vM.., ff sp 4 if ...l .G if 1+ 43 Q Eff, ,:,,:,J -qv-1 iff 5 . f iueiutsiuts Q30 ' .. wffwf"Hi"iwwfwwfafwffrwwwwxwrffffwxfwxrffaafaf The Typical Senior 7:45 Is called. 8:00 Is called. 8:15 Is called. 8:30 Called again. Opens one eye. Closes it again. 8:33 Puts feet out of bed. Draws them back hastily. 8:35 Debates whether to attend first class or not. 8:37 Remembers has two unexcused absences already. Groans. 8:40 Remembers that it is Tuesday. Assembly. 8:41 Asleep. 9:30 D1-age. from bed, muttering. 9:35-:40 Dresses. Discovers she is in evening gown. Removes same. Finds school dress on floor. 9:40-:50 Goes to bathroom. Drinks three glasses of water. Applies vigorous application of powder, rouge, and paint. 9:51-10:00 Drinks two cups blackcoffee. 10:05 10:30 10:31 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 7:00 7:05 7:15 7:16 7:30 7:45 8:15 11:00 3:00 3:05 3:15 3:16 Boards street car. - Arrives at first class. Asleep. Vacant period. Goes to vacant automobile outside. Smokes cigarette. Talks to friend of last evening's escapades. Library period. Charges several reserved books. Sends all Freshmen to card catalog for book numbers. Shakespeare. Tells instructor of illness: unable to prepare assignments. Economics. Dozes. Awakened by instructor. Returns nasty remark, under her breath. Gets 5 in test. Looks out window. Psychology. Giggles at instructor. Reads '6Movie Magazine." Attends matinee at the "Buffalo" Arrives home. Tells of hard day at school. Asleep on davenport. Answers telephone. Says, "sure, I'll go." Dashes upstairs. Descends in evening gown and rhinestone. Hears auto horn. Leaves house. At "Century" with friend. Nloylandfl Arrives home. Removes shoes. Tiptoes upstairs. Undresses. Drops clothes on floor. Crawls quietly into bed. Snoring. , REQUIESCAT IN PACE One Hundred N inety-two 4' 'W 1' 1+ fl 1+ Q . if ff rw? 1230 1 fl? wwrfw'T:i'f1w?ifwffwxxwwwwwxwwwffffiiilfw fzwwwafff ' ms 7:46 7:47 7:50 8:00 8:15 8:16 8:20 8:30 8:40 8:50 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 The Ideal Senior Awakened by alarm clock. Arises, humming cheerfully. From neatly-hanging clothes selects a pink dress. Selects shoes and stockings to harmonize. Wilnes cream from face. Washes face. Applies more cream. Covers with a faint touch of powder. Eats Well-balanced breakfast: grapefruit. cereal, toast and coffee. Packs hooks from last nightls studies. Leaves house. Boards No. 8. Studies passengers for sociological problems. Transfers to Connie. Opens book for last few minutes' study. Arrives school. Puts clothes in locker. Combs hair. Greets companions heartily. Returns books to library. Reserves two more. Sociology class. Tells of several exceptional problems she has discovered. Praised by instructor. Hands in 300-page book report. Vacant period. Studies in library. Library hour. Marks her attendance slip in office. Courteously charges several hundred books. Lunch hour. Consumes nutritious lunch of salad. brown bread, milk, beef and potatoes. Shakespeare class. Takes copious notes on "As You Like Itf, Answers several diflicult problems. Economics. Discusses "Law of Diminishing Returns" with instructor. Gets 10 in class test. Takes many notes on "Value and Demand." 3:00-3:04 Instructor explains special difficulty. 305: 4:00 Specialized Psychology. Gives very interesting special report. Volunteers to take another report. Appears not to notice that instructor has rubbers on. - Leaves for home. 4 :20 Arrives home. 4:21-5:00 Helps prepare dinner. 5:00-5:45 Dinner. Converses with family. 5-46-6:30 Wasl1es dishes. 6-30-7:15 Listens to radio. Classic music. 7:15-10:15 Prepares lessons for next day. 10:15 Packs books 11eatly in briefcase. 10:20 Brushes teeth. 10:30 Waslies face: applies cream. 10:35-10:40 Hangs clothes neatly in closet. 10:40-10:50 Kneelsg says prayers: examines conscience: resolves to do better. 11:00 Asleep. REQUIESCAT IN PACE One Hunrlred .Ninety-three uiqw sw Tiff? it t J + 0 at ff? fww"3fiff'iiM?tiwwfwwrxrxfffrwrffnf-k'i"i'w Trias: The Men of the S. T. C. We are the men of the S.T.C., Marching along with hearts so free, We will stand together for what is justg We will strive to be worthy of trust. Here is an opportunity to embrace All of our brothers, regardless of race. Firm and united welre proud to be The men of the S.T.C. Strong are the men of the S.T.C., Working to better humanity, You will lind us on the side of the rightg We defend the weak in their plight. We take this opportunity to declare We're for our Alma Mater, so fair, We'll sing her praises wherever we'll beg We're the men of the S.T.C.I Hail to the men of the S.T.C., Paving the way to posterity, We will teach and guide the youth of the S Promote good will and help to create All of the opportunities in our field For richer and nobler products to yield. THTC, We'll mold a11d pattern and help to deereeg Weire the men of the S.T.C.l -Words and music by GEO One Hundred Ninetyfouir RCE CHANKIN -,Cm 3 ,pa ,M-... -wwf H Jn f ...avX.,. A. -,Ju A -2:44 12' i 'H 'WQMIIS fs- 4 I f me f JHEIHLMIS f ,gf 12 :Er-ff I 1. WJ: f .J "-T' EQ .--. wwvfwffffwiifAw:rwxffwwvffAwwffwwfffxfifjxwfwf Panhellenic Sing on School Campus Sisterhood of Mine Gold and Emerald The D.S.E. Girl Pi Delta Theta A Pi Kap Song Hail to the Rose an Rush Song DR. ROCKWELL DEAN REED May 24, 1929 PROGRAM ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA ALPHA SIGMA TAU DELTA SIGMA EPSILON PI DELTA THETA PI KAPPA SIGMA THETA SIGMA UPSILON SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA JUDGES MISS ROACH One Hundred N inety- fi ve 2. Alpha Sig, the Glorious 2. We,re Ready with a Song 2. Delta Sig, We Adore Thee 2. The Only One 2. The Pi Kap Sweetheart 2. Theta Sig 2. Founder's Day Song MISS SPEIR Miss GOOSSEN 4 f -mg, ll' If 43 if In in Marg g ff ,Y -as .cf 1-X 5 1 O exp tit fn- wwf xwfwrwwwff wfffwf liffw ifffwrvr Annual Stunt Night Ilnder the fluspices of the Art Kraft Klub Thursday, March 27, 1930 PROGRAM Violin Solo . . . , Selected Part One 1. After Baking Hours , Second Year Kindergarten-Primary, Section II 2. Burlesk of Macbeth Second Year Grammar, Section II 3. Charity Bazaar . 4. Eleventh I-Iour . Violin Solo . I. Alice in Brainland 2. Parlor Pranks . 3. Coax Me . Violin Solo First Prize Second Prize . . . . Second Year Home Economics Third Year Kindergarten-Primary, Section I . . . . . . Selected Part Two , . . . First Year, Section VIII Third Year Kindergarten-Primary, Section II First Year, Section IV . . Selected Decision of the Judges "Parlor Pranksw' "After Baking Hours" Honorable fkfention ..,.. Q'Alice in Brainlandw Une Hundred Ninety-six f 43 I 1:1 L- Aifffkw H X Q A-I 'Af I A I, gmpffgiif' IH LMHIE Q30 q ,L fwfffrffwfwww-Awrixxwfwfrwfvffwffxwwa wfwwfx New York State Scholarship Holders EDNA F. CLARK JENORA BENTLEY EDITH BERNER MARIE BUSKIRK GLADYS DOBBINS HELEN EHMAN MARION BORST F IDELIA DVAIVIATO MILDRED DOBBINS FOURTH YEAR EVELINA MEDLICOTT THIRD YEAR DOROTHY MARLEY DORIS SCHUSTER SECOND YEAR MARGARET GUENER IVIILDRED I-IEDIN FRANCES A. KLINE MARGARET IYICENENY FIRST YEAR FRANCES DYKSTRA TI-IELMA FROLICK HELEN GRAVES Ohe Hunflrerl Nir1,eQ3f-sezven BELLA WEEKES INA MEAD ANNA MARIE MURPHY ELEANOR SCHARLOCK KATHERINE WHITE NORDIA WILSON KENNETH IQITZINGER EVA IVIAYER' LUCY SYRAOUSE . .bk - ,fmzgv , nd- .31 LLT' 1 E' ff? S -X7-1 NSN casey ...kg-5, ' A: 'v,' 'A V 'V , ':.:,:.jl?EE5,,'. V- x 'TQ ' 52531. -1:1-s?f'??i9' ? ..,- " ' 'x f I X 5 ., V X asf? , MSW 51 1 ova QE af , y W Q N " wo - . , 1 ,, 'r A 'S A , ' Hen of STA., ,M 5 A 1,4 L 1, 3, V' ' N' , K -'jg "mg, , xjwhqi I K ' - lguffqla or 'But' ,,:J:i??Tf ,A ' rv cNAm.Ey ay ? X , mm' mv my , . "'-2-' -ru' Sk I M50 I A 147' 4 Men, - ' Seventh Heaven "-N I .n il T., 2, .XX and 1.7. f ffm. 1 Q X W 2 f QQ: ff 9 :,,,, , J., . 5 :A ,,., I 1-.A 1 - ' ,y UHRVVV - ,,:T. W 1' 1 e s f:-:afgf f, kg M ' I . Wifi: ? Wx M1 . Q 135325 X Affw -f A M Qgigy-af-v --- ,JL yvzcgf ax., -4.1 I .- .- .- U .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. U .. .. .. .. .. iyiiw iiikiky9? QQlQFN!RgFLi 3 OIR? HE ELMS 1930. Thousands will read it and pronounce it interesting and clever. X Hundreds will read it with vivid attention because it is an historical record of a living year in their college activities. lllany will read it in future years and live again in memory the days that are now so real. Some-those who have worked so arduously to make this book a success -will turn its pages with justifiable pride in this noteworthy product of their efforts. It has been, indeed, an appreciated privilege for us to be associated with the production of this book, even in the humble capacity of pub- lishers. The volume which we shall place upon our shelves will be a permanent reminder of the interesting relations we have enjoyed with the officers and staff of the 1930 ELMS. We wish them and all the members of the out- going class the best that the world has to offer. May' the enthusiasm which they have shown in their application to this important work be the means of their gaining many other laurels in the years that are ahead. BAKERUGNES ' HAUSALIER ' Inc. nguifcfelzv ofpisfincfive Coffege Kimi Lzak BP 45:51 Carroll Street Buffalo, lxlcwyorlc 444W+w? KWQQQQQQ 205 Compliments of . . . WARREN - KAHSE S. ---4 MEM. FLOHIST TELE. DEL. 3,2-H L O R I S T BuHal0'sN Most Moderlz Flower Shop .IOHN L. KRAIWER JEFFERSON 1 2 41 6 1291 JEFFERSON AVE. BUFFALO, N. Y. CL,xsszzs1NPL.n'PnonUc N QENEDESI Studio School of the Theatre Outline of Courses PLAYPRODUCTION :: INTERPRET now VOICE DEVELOPMENT :z PHONETIC STAGE DESIGN JANE M. KICELER. DIIiECTOIi 54-5 Euxwo X TIVO FULLY EQUIPPED PLANTS ASSUIIIE IJROMPT PfRINTING SERVICE THE HAMMOND PRESS 567 XVASPIINCTON S'rm2r:'r BUFFALO.. N -cornbuzezl u11l1 -1 RAUCI-I 8 STOECKL APRINTING COA 107 EAST EAGLE STREET BUF!-'.xL 'X 2 M. J. ATWILL Linotype Composition W 7 501 Washington Street Cleveland 2249 Cox, Sons SZ Vining 131-133 East 23rd Street New York 7 - Makers of CAPS, GOWNS and HOODS for all Degrees Correct Ouylits for Sale or Rental 2 DR WIC Instruments Slide Rules, Scales In fact, all of the require- ments for drafting, whether for student, instructor or professional draftsrnan are best served by - SULLIVAN-IVIeKEEGAN CO. mc. I7 E. SWAN ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. Branch Blue Print Room, 76 Root Bldg. BUSINESS EDUCATION LEADS TO SATISFACTION BUT, REMEMBER THESE THINGS! QUALITY or PREPARATION DETERMINEs THE QUANTITY or succsss 5' Q f x hoo A Ttendl Q X 0 3 Miw fff f I? I...,,I, fi e156 75 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE STANDS BACK os ouR couasss Q' A Ioza MAIN STREET BUFFALO, NM WM. N. Pianos Radio A A We carr 3 r a complete line uf PHONE SENECA 9580 SCHWEGLER BROS. Incorporated "Making Folks Happy Since 1904" 393 Ellicott St. at Genesee BUFFALO, N. Y. FISHING TACKLE, GUNS and AMIVIUNITION 699 MAIN STREET DISTRIBUTORS OF KROYDON GOLF CLUBS EICKERT' COLONIAL COURT ed Boom Catering to SORORITIES and PARTIES 190 DELAWARE AVENUE THE ARIETY and Timeliness of its special features, scientific articles and interpretative comment make the UFFALo VENING NEWS indispensable to the young man or Woman anxious to keep informed on current happenings. ,g . 5 t ' b . . . 4 - I E IXPFIVHTC dlfllllg ,jig gg j ug , room on the top 4 T 4 . 3??g',,,J floor of Hotel CLAREACE A. MINER, Pfesuzem N gg p P Lenoxwmmake 4 R P v011fcy11f,30f01-i- 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, Q " t 'o c ass inner ll I1 ll lflll I1 1 I1 I1 ll ll. I1 it 535312 , rfiori-e invitinff 4 , W1 ER , Q 553915 , E H 1 ca' 4 1 'xce en' ser- We will submit menus and prices upon request f Vie andillgllsli' 4 , ' NORTH STREET a Y goo, loot' Call Tupper 0' Lurlte nci13rgc'ia14'zEfeijlz'e. , 4 u ao, . . A CAR OF BRILLIANT BEAUTY POWERED WITH AIRPLANE-TYPE ENGINE America'slW0st 7 7 7 7 '77 '77 7 '7 ' ' iwodern Mfotor Car . . Q I A I llllll OSTENDORF MOTOR CAR CORPORATION 1221-1225MainStreet 1: BuffalofN-Y- i,,L4SED'Q,QlQKL,NS 209 S C O T T 9 S ROLLER RINK MAIN and BURTON STREETS is opening for the Winter Season SATURDAY, AUG. so, 1930 Call Riv. 0774 7 C U FTOTIU LLCLZU is constant-- always the same ' . . . always good X EO-JOY Ice Cream is the most wholesome, delicious and invigorating food you can serve your guests, or your family. Place it on your daily menu. I "Fra-joy" ICE CREAM 4 Chock-full of " Youth Units!" K 4 210 same delicious sea foods of our fa- IGHT at home. You can enjoy the Q, 'AX 9 mous Shore Dinners here at A1nerica's yi rooos mom wr sm Hnest restaurant for foods from the sea. R,,Smu,.am: , 199 DELANVARE AVENUE Always the PICA' of llze Calclz Sea Food Alarkel: Auto delivery to your door-Phone, Yvasliinglon 6-'1-32 388 PEARL STREET We Recommend the NEW HOWARD RADIO A Super-Excellent Radio See and hear it at DCIHO11, COU161' 81 Daniels, 1nc. Court and Pearl Sts. Athletic Goods FRATERNITY AND SORORITY SWEATERS MADE TO ORDER Edward J. Rose DICK FISCHER, General Manager Cleveland 2551-2552 51-53 Genesee St., Buffalo, N. Y. Compliments of . . Four Minutes' Walk From RESTAURANT Sem' We cater to those Students of the College who enjoy Good Food at Reasonable Rates 225 ALLEN STREET . . Near College 211 Y 1 Anna E. Ellinger, Treasur Frank R. Hawkins, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. Bertha A. Unterecker, Prcsidenl UNTERECIQ PC' Sw!-BGZGR the ..lINC0RP0RATED . BUFFALO, NEWYORK llffakers of Home lllafle 7, Candles and Ice Cream Candy H- -1-I GENERAL OFFICE: 247 ALLEN STREET V Tupper 9752 245 Allen St., Tup. 0169 545 Elmwood Ave., Tup. 2675 1375 Delaware Ave., Bid. 3070 1795 Hertel Ave., Cres. 8120 2459 Delaware Ave., Del. 9677 2586 1NIain St., Cres. 6931 I 3325 Bailey Ave., Cres. 8123 L 1 C l' . . . . amp ments of Hardware, Palnts, Olls ' D E A and Varnish A A Electrical Appliances E M P L Glass and Putty S E I1 V I C E . . . ,- . ll' e Dellver Executive Sales Office Personnel R- C R O B E R T SUITES 430-432 BRISBANE BLDG. . . Buffalo. N.Y. 11-10 CONNECTICUT ST. Tu 7218 The Home 0 Pure FOOQISAA 461-463 ELLICOTT ST. Telephone: Lafayette 8350-51-52 BUFQTO, N. Y. 212 A Great Vlercantile 'LGU-3 SINCE the founding of 'this store in 1892 at Main and Mohawk Streets it has has been pledged to a policy of Fair. Upright Dealing. Recognition on the part of the public to the fundamental correctness of its policies caused Hens X Kelly Co. to grow so fast that in 1922 we had to erect a new store building. In tl1e new building we are better able to serve our ever growing clientele whose confidence in our store policies was responsible for our rapid growth - and growing greater every day. Greater Assortments V Larger Quantities v Wider Varieties Greater Values v Better Service Buffalols Fastest Growing E U Store 0 MAIN. Mornwak AND PEARL STREETS 4 oryour i 4 E 0 ipmelll ii 1 come 4 tmleli tothe 4 JEHLITS P 4 rc Recognized Authority: 4 J 47 ,4,fgmZ..,fd.f1M Bujfalois Leading Food Shop 268 MAIN STREET TREAT-NANTKE co. Lumber of NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. . ' Quality Pattern, Flask and Temple! Lumber V .Q Our Specialty PLANT LOCATELJ ON IMPROVED RIVER ROAD, HALF WAY BETWEEN BUFFALO AND NIAGARA FALLS I 213 Q HEA ' THEATRE Greater Bufalois Greatest Entertainment! Now-MORE THAN EVER BEFORE! The world of entertainment changes con- stantly. Personalities bloom and pale with the shifting tide of popular approval! Vogues in stage and screen programs vary with the times. SHEA THEATRES, while keep- ing pace with public taste and in tune with changing times, stay fixed as the North Star in their guarantee of quality! Today, the new development in entertain- ment-the Motion Picture with Dialogue and Sound-emphasizes our Quality Pledge! More than ever before Shea Theatres are flour un failing guide to the best in ntertainmentf SI-IEA'S BUFFALO SI-IEA'S HIPPODROME SHEAQS CENTURY and-in the communities SHEA'S BAILEY Bailey Ave. at Genesee St. SHEA'S SENECA Seneca St. at Cazenovia SHEA'S NORTH PARK Hertel Ave. at North Park SHEA'S KENSINGTON Bailey Ave. at Kensington DODD Q ALITY MILK The best that Science, Modern Equipment and years of experi- ence can produce. "Quality Tellsi' Dodds ALDERNEY DAIRY ' I CAP AND GOWNS FOR RENT AND SALE P E T E R ,NRAHLD 51 STATIONERS .WD ENGRAVERS ' Sorurilv Dance l,I'IIgI'IlIllS and Slalimzerv. Uwellrlillg , . . 1lll'iIllfi0IIS and .fiI1llUllll!'l'lI1Cl1lS. Cards and Gifts for ANTHONY M- PAUL I All Occasions. Class Pins. Rings. Illfillllillll Carfls Prcsulrfnt mul X General .vlmnfzz-r R 256 DELAWARE AVENUE Com 1 t FIRST AID EOSIPMENT for Home, Factory, Store and Travel JEFFREY-FELL COMPANY 1700 Main St. TWO STORES 318 Pearl Su. .3 -i- In corporated -i-1 D- BUFFALO, NEW YORK Distributors of J 1 PC 0 B a A N D and WARRIOR BRAND Fo r s odP 11 BUFFALO, N. Y. A A 0 uct . chool Su hes. .. Sometimes S experience T k f d f t l . .. a e oo s. or ms ance. 9 LS the best Those who have Hexperiencedn the R I P L I teacher. . fine flavor and low prices of Flick- U inger foods need no further teaching 129 FOURTEENTH ST X Need we say more? FLICKINGER,S FOOD SHOPS "Where the Best Foods Come From' Stores Throughout Western New York and Pennsylvania Light Lunches Served ICE CREAM :: CONFECTIONERY :: N0T10Ns Whein the Movies Were 'NIQKEL sl-news" ...electricity cost more than today Back in the days when the newest movie thrillers cost a whole nickel, electricity cost more than now. Today, living costs as a whole have practi- cally doubled. Yet electricity is cheaper than ever before. Niagara Hudson electric- ity is the biggest bargain you buy! 1:pQQO'COC'OO0OL . os DOL: 1 1 '. be 1 f fn-'Zn ' ft' ' . fjtf l ' ' . Qi iff ff tto' 1 f'-3 . , -13 - 1 f ri M ll ff! Q, ' i -I 7204, Z l fi f ,,v -I f S V .51 I fr 1 QM W A4 y NIAGARA ll f HUDSON WW 216 FOUNDED 1826 REALS, MCCARTHY 81 ROGERS STEEL 0 HARDWARE 0 METALS Tools and Supplies Motor Car Accessories 40 to 62 TERRACE A Century of Service BUFFALO, N. Y. T. 81 E. DICKINSON 81 CO. INCORPORATED Bujfalops Leading Jewelers 46Gifts for the Graduate" 618-620 Main Street Use EQUITY.. Sweet Cream Butter Distributed by I-IICKMAN, COWARD 81 WATTLES Motor Buses Rented for All O WOOLEYAS f.?i2i.1? 'J DeLuxe Dlotor Coach Tours 63 Albert Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. 217 HE STAFFL.. GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE CO-OPERATION OF STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY Q 0 . . Established 1888 A Quarter Century of College Photography-- COMPLETELY equipped to render the highest quality craftsmanship and an expedited service on both personal portrai- ture and photography for College Annuals. opaciaz A Photographer , - to the T f ' 220W. 42nd Sr. 1930 ELMS N NEWYORK 218


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