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N 7, N V 'N 5 bg ,, , S veg , 4 1' ' 511, N Q N ' ' ga? Tl., 1555 HI' 1 : M. SP5 VI' 1 U21 5 is Y: " 1' " fm 3 , ' f l , , . f ' 1 1 4 4' , w, 'gr K 3 T l m 22,5 ' -,fs 4 'f ' " , VY A 5 V. , r 4- f 4 Q 5 A my 4' J -QM .. a s, .. W V-, ,, ,,, - ,W W, Y Y- Y ,, V Y k Am W qinrhiniirr MJ 11 v 5 W, 1. 3 , R CGLLEGE. 65? ' 4" f - - M' - A' M f A N M Mme. 'wa2f4.w5.f.wf g57g21!5f1Q"'Qt,,,"'2JVf"'4-4' -W v gg, .l'E1"'+H,'5"-'uf fr' 0,55 -xi wear,--,m?3vg'fi,-g -L.:,,-. ' 'F 'fm W L 'E'-"1:6.3Vw 'XLJWZ " 27. ' JVM g 'Rig . -v KN, -4 y U . ' X w s.-I -My ' ,J . , ,, A "' f ' 1 ' . N 'v 5 w . .-iw, . s ' ' .J ,. f .J Kf"v r -A 4' rv ". 'K ,wi "emi-1, , W A . J' 1-f,'!'1', 5 - a f -,gn 'vw 5' fwfr ff- kv- ' n,- " mi ,- 1 1931 fii riv . i The Normal School 1866-1914 N 1866 the Legislature ofNew York State authorized the establishment of four new Normal I schools in various parts of the state. Spurred on by the magnanimous offer of Jesse Ketch- um, a plot of ground north of the city in the block bounded by Jersey, Fourteenth, York and Thirteenth CNormal Avenuej, was designated for the new Normal School. To carry through this project the financial co-operation of city, state and county was necessary. A procession of Masons headed by the Mayor, the Common Council, and other officials, marched to the grounds for the elaborate cornerstone laying ceremony on April 15, 1869. John B. Skinner headed the first Board of Managers appointed in September, 1870. Other Board members were Francis H. Root, Honorable Grover Cleveland, William H. Greene, Albert H. Tracy, Dr. Thomas F. Rochester, Joseph War1'en, Allen Potter, and Dr. Henry Lapp. Appointment to principalship of Dr. Henry B. Buckham, a graduate of the University of Vermont, was confirmed by the Board on January 21, 1871. Seventy-Hve young women, eleven young men and a faculty of seventeen members were present on the opening day in September. On October 25, 1871, in the presence of distin- guished guests and ofiicials, the formal opening took place. The new edifice was constructed of brick, three stories high, and was claimed to possess all the necessary modern improve- ments. A total investment of one hundred thousand dollars was represented in the project, of which eighty thousand dollars was made available from bonds issued by Erie County and the City of Buffalo. Following the resignation of Dr. Buckham, after successful work at the Normal School, Dr. James M. Cassety was appointed principal of the institution on June 14, 1886. Dr. Cas- sety was a graduate of Harvard University and his teaching experience included work at Albany, Cortland and Fredonia. Dr. Buckham headed a Normal school at Monmouth, Ore- gon, until it was closed, when he went with his family to California. He passed away in 1913- 1n June, 1887, a Science building was started at the north end of the main building. Con- nected by the "Bridge of Sighs," this new building served as "gymnasium, Natural Science Department, and chemical experimentationf, The erection of the principal's residence, authorized by the legislature in 1889, was com- pleted in 1894 at a cost ofS10,000. As a semi-private attempt the kindergarten was started in 1892. Dr. Daniel S. Upton, former principal of Technical High School, was appointed princi- pal on July 30, 1909. He was a graduate of Olivet College and Cornell University. Dr. Cassety retired from active educational work upon his resignation. The addition of a Household Arts and a Vocational department in 1910 found the old building wholly inadequate. After strenuous efforts by Edward H. Butler and Senator Henry W. Hill, plans for a new building were formally approved on March 6, 1912. The first publication of the school, THE ELMS, appeared in June, 1912, and the following year the Rfcord appeared as a quarterly magazine. Not until June 14, 1914,did the students bid farewell to the old building at a banquet and reunion. 14 ,,L,SM7e5qEQi ,p 1Sy32 -.'Qi RYHV 1914-1930 The agitation for the erection of the second Normal School building, standing today at Jersey and Fourteenth Streets, was started by Edward H. Butler as early as 1902. A bill sponsored by the late Senator Henry W. Hill for the drawing of plans was signed by Governor Hughes on June 21, 1910. Due to the intricacies oflegislative methods an appropriation was not available for starting the plan until March 6, 1912. To continue work in the old structure during construction of the new, on the same plot of ground, wings were planned flanking the Science Building on two sides. Connecting these wings was the main facade of the building with a tower modeled after that of Independence Hall at Philadelphia. Back of this facade was the wing containing the gymnasium, auditorium and science rooms. A brief but impressive ceremony marked the laying of the cornerstone of the building on October 9, 1913. President Butler, of the Board of Managers, introduced the speakers of the day, and afterwards, in the presence of distinguished guests, faculty and students of the school, he laid the cornerstone at the entrance of the new structure. The death of Mr. Edward H. Butler on March 9, 1914 was a great loss to the Normal School. He bequeathed a sum of five thousand dollars to the school for Library purposes. Mr. Robert Livingston Fryer succeeded Mr. Butler as president of the Board. In September, 1914, classes were started in the new building. Mr. Robert Livingston Fryer passed away on October 15, 1915 and Edward H. Butler, Jr. became president of the Board. In memory of her husband, Mrs. Fryer presented the Tiffany Clock for the tower, and a bronze tablet to the School. School 38 was aHiliated with the Normal School in September, 1916, for additional practice teaching facilities. The first Summer Session was inaugurated the following year. During this Summer Session in 1918, Dr. Upton passed away suddenly on July 30. On January 30, 1919, Harry Westcott Rockwell was formally appointed principal of the Normal School. Dr. Rockwell was a graduate of Brown and Columbia Universities, and came to the school following successful work at Pelham, New York. In March of that year came the double ceremony of dedication of the new building and installation of the new principal. The Board of Regents gave the Home Economics Department, in July, 1919, the privilege of offering a four year course with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. In September, 1920, the Vocational-Industrial Department was reorganized through the transfer of a similar department from Albany State College. In June, 1922, the Normal School celebrated its fiftieth anniversary during commence- ment week, with appropriate ceremonies. The General Normal course was extended from two to three years' duration in September of that year. On April 25, 1925, the Board of Regents approved the establishment of an optional four year course for elementary and junior high school teachers leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education. This important step forward was definitely authorized on June 24, 1926. With it came many important additions to the faculty. - 16 1-ELMS ,Q g 0 fluf f The first non-teaching registrar, Miss Isabel I-louck,was appointed in 1925, and the posi- tion of Dean of Women created in January, 1926. Miss Catherine E. Reed began her work as Dean in September, 1926. Tncreased registration and overcrowded facilities made a larger plant and campus necessary as each year went by. On May 27, 1927, in response to a request made by the Board of Managers, in a resolution on April 14, the State Board of Regents changed the name of the Buffalo State Normal School to that of State Teachers College at Buffalo. Credit for this change is due to the late Adelbert Moot, Vice-Chancellor of the Board of Regents. On March 9, 1928, the Legislature passed a bill giving the right to the legal title of New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo. This action gave the college the same Faculty classification and salary schedule as that of the Albany State Teachers College. A college nurse was added to the staff in September, 1928. The Vocational-Industrial Department was put on a three year basis in the spring of 1929, and a four year course was planned. An auto mechanics and a general shop will come within two years. In July, 1929, the Board of Regents approved the transfer of the Art Departments from the Potsdam and Fre- donia Normal Schools to the State Teachers College at Buffalo. The proximity of the new plant to the Albright Art Gallery and the Buffalo Art School made this change especially advisable. In August, 1930, the School of Practice was taken over by the State, which thereafter undertook the paying of the salaries of the critics. With even higher standards for entrance, applications were so great in September, 1930, that tests for admission were again given. The new Art Department opened with twenty students at that time. The expansion of the College from a registration of two hundred seventy-hve in 1919 to one thousand, one hundred fifty in 1930 and a relative increase in the number of faculty, marks the amazing growth in the service of the College. A director of training and two associ- ates, increased practice teaching facilities, a department for the training of elementary princi- pals, two new salary schedules, recognition of the degree of the College by several of the larger universities, and the appointment of a Deans Committee are but a few other splendid developments that took place on the Jersey Street campus during this period. Nearly all fraternities and sororities became nationalized following the collegiate ranking of the school. The American Association of Teachers Colleges also gave the College a grade A rating. State University scholarships were given to students registering at the College, as well as twenty-five vocational scholarships of one thousand dollars each. On January 1, 1931, the College building was turned over to the City of Buffalo, to be used as the Grover Cleveland High School, with its opening scheduled for September, 1931. 18 5 1 1 3 2 I , swarms V s vU t 0 1931 Clif New Campus 1931 Greatly increased registration and overcrowded facilities suggested the advisability of a new plant for the College. In December 1926, Commissioner Frank C. Perkins proposed to the Council a plan looking toward the development of an educational center on the Buffalo State Hospital grounds. Finally after several proposals and changes, an agreement was reached between representatives of the city, and Governor Smith. The City of Buffalo was to take the Jersey and Fourteenth Street property while the State conveyed to the city, ninety acres on the State Hospital site. Seventy acres ofthe site was to be made available for use by the city for educational purposes, and twenty acres for a new State Teachers College. The city was to erect a new College at a cost not to exceed one million and a half dollars, and to move the reception building of the State Hospital. Following the approval of the Common Council and the Legislature, plans were drawn early in 1928. These plans visioned for Buffalo a splendid new College adjacent to the city's finest park and educational institutions. Four college buildings with a quadrangle were planned, namely, the main college building, vocational building, school of practice, and gymnasium. A president's residence and athletic field were also included in the development. The labors of Mayor Schwab, Governor Roosevelt, the late Henry W. Hill, Gregory U. Harmon and Edward H. Butler were important factors in this project. A simple program marked the ground-breaking ceremonies on November 7, 1928, while impressive services of a state and civic nature saw the laying of the cornerstone on October 9, 1929. Presided over by Dr. Rockwell, a history making ceremony took place in the unfin- ished auditorium in the presence of the Board of Managers, the Mayor and members of the Council of Buffalo, representatives of the State Educational Department and Board of Regents,state oHicials,and representatives of Buffalo educational institutions. Following the ceremony Edward H. Butler, using the same trowel which his father had employed in 1913, laid the cornerstone of the main building. The graduating classes planted the first ivy on the new campus in June, 1930. In October 1930, an announcement was made of three gifts of chimes for the tower of the main building. The E bell was presented by the Class of 1930, the C bell by the ELMS staff, and the D bell by an anonymous donor in memory of three former principals. To these bells, a bell from the old campus, a gift ofMrs. Robert Livingston Fryer, was added to complete the set of chimes. The first event in the new college took place on November 10 when the Buffalo Symphony Society opened its concert season in the auditorium. Moving to the new campus started December 17, 1930. A parade of students from the old campus to the new and another impres- sive ceremony opened the College on January 12, 1931. Messages of congratulation were received from Governor Roosevelt and Commissioner Graves, and personal greetings came from many civic leaders. Thus in its new setting, in the midst of splendid educational institutions, almost unlimited possibilities in cultural and recreational fields beckon the State Teachers College of Buffalo to a new day of development in elementary education which her eventful history of growth and service has shown in the past. -HARRY S. DOUGLASS 20 .wig 1 Sf 1 - ..L1-- " gm -- ffvffef ,mfr Mr -x.:Z?':': 1-ff' 'r.,wf1if'3 Q f 5512- ' ' ' M W " -":Q zff N , ill: ax, Ji' fm- X1 2 iff: f v ?Z '-125.5 I X rv- ? ' ,1 -ff'2 if V fe L ii. 5.2" i?, Ji v A W ' H2 1, 1. " 5342 I si 1 ' W ij? 1 5 'sf 3 ' 4, , -'-' 3 1A 0 , S? 'f' 1 . ,..., , ' ij " i 1 f .fs f ,V 1 - U DR. HARRY WESTCOTT ROCKWELLQ A.B., A.M., PD.D 617144 ELMS A A A A Qui, 0191 S? Committee Of Deans GEORGE BRADFORD NEUMANN CHARLES ARTHUR MESSNER BA,, MA., PH.D. BA., MA., PH.D. CHARLES C. ROOT PD.B., A.B., A.M., PD.M. 24 DEAN CATHERINE E. REED, A.B., MA - A 1931 , Rosamond Olief Abate B.S. Accornpanift and Auiytant Librarian Grace A. Allen B,S., MA. Affiftant Director of Training Gertrude M. Bacon B.S., M.A. Profeffor of Elementary Education H. Arnold Bennett A.B., A.M. Inftructor in Hirtory Charles B. Bradley, B.S. Profeuor of Art Education Homer A. Bruce B.S., M.A. Inftructor in Education C. B. Burke Inftructor in Woodworking Myrtle Viola Caudell B.S., M.A. Director and Profeffor of Home Economic: Education Luella Chapman Instructor in Pennianrhip Marion A. Clark, A.B. Secretary Mary C. Clark, R.N. College Nurse Stephen Clement A.B., A.M. Profeffor of Education Director of Extenrion -lx C1716 S Q .5 -N 0 Q vu gg, 0 19 31 uv Earl Cranston AB., B.D., MA., Pho. Profeffor of fIZ.fl'01'3' Marion Dana, B.S., M.A. I mtruczfor in Kimiergczrtfvz- Primary .Methodf Jane L. DiAdario Secretary Winifred Drew B.S., M.A. Inftruczfor in Dffign Margaret Dupre, HS. Imtructor in Science Helen G. Englebreck AB., M.A. Imtructor in Hiftory Y 1 s W' 3 u ,.-...Wi .. . , 2-152365-..'f 7213 Alf: - 2. ffseifffe ' au. fl K . ,f V .c.,.x' . I f T3 ey 1 V ., y v. 4 A , 1 f 11 1 ' ...M f 4 4 5 W 4 -. ,H7 77" iv -. ' ff - 2, 3- '- . 'Sis fe Q' f . 1' .f 'ef lf K... ff Z Y ...S ? fee QA. xg . , M 0 " X. . Zlfif' v- v L .ww ' -im. l rfifif .:I15'!'.-25...'7"s-- 35.5 wg- V1 Q EW-N Q 'UNK 4 . s 1 if 4, .., . .. . ft ffsg- 'Q' 7 it .,.... . 2, f- .. , . .., , if 24' My Q fri' 'Q .wh a , , f 'M f Q.. 'I-sf f nf. f 27 John Fontana Inrtructor in .Machine Shop Raymond M. Fretz HS., A.M. Imtructor in Sfience Anna M. Gemmill B.S., M.A. Imtructor in Home Eronomirf Mabel B. Gilbert lllanager Qf Ccgfetefia Mina S. Goossen, B.O.E Imtructor in Englifh and Dramatic Andrew W. Grabau B.S. fnftructor in EHg!7.flZ and Pfychology I l The ELMS it 5. .. 0 1951 Kathryn S. Graham Secretary Frances G. Hepinstall HS. Librarian Oscar Edward Hertzberg B.A., MA., Ph.D. Proferfor of Pfychology Carolyn Heym an Inrtriictor in Art Education David R. Hodgin A.B., A.lVI. Inftructor in Englifh Ruth Elliott Houston BA. Profeyxoi' of Health Education ...4-'.?'?6514-f:3545f2IZ-272,-' . ..,,,,i-iw, X ,Y L J- '44 s , ..,.,, . , ., . W. 9 ' ie: - -Q: ' ., ' 'frikii' " 41'-Ev". Q 'fin N 5 if .7 if 4, in cv N' R23 f N1 , 4 M 7, sw, , X X 4 r is 'f ,Qin ggi. ' " - 4 ..egg:..mgv,.2., ...W 1 5, 1 4 1 , 4 4 Z A Q 4 N 4 ' 4 Jie ' JF" 41-""1f-" i. af.: :f-Ei.: fm: 0:41. ' A. . ' .sEwf'Z'::E1 " 'less 4 . ., ' ' . K if . X of 'flu We-if-3. 'e5::g1:1 -.Q X.. , ..... 16 sl 43' 4 AX 1 I gif it 5 .. ., 4-.. . affix :sw 'lil '. 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Profeffor of Englifh Ruth McLean, A.B. Instructor in Art - ' ", W3 0 1931 '11?f?2iiv M ary Louise MCM ahon B.S. Inftructor in Mufic Edward L. Morrice, B.S. Inftructor in M cchanicf Eileen Mulhollalid Ph.B., M.A. Inftructor in Englirh May C. Nye, A.B., MA. Inftructor in Food: and Tfxtilef Mildred Krier Patti Sccretary Irving C. Perkins, B.S. Director and Profcffor of Vocational Education Chester A. Pugsley B.A., M.A. Profcxror of Elcnientary School Adminiftration G. M. Quackenbush B.S., M.A. Arfiftant Profcffor of Vocational Training Gertrude Roach, R.N. Inftructor in Health Education Jennie Robson, Pd.B.' Instructor in M athcniaticx and Education Winifred Salom, B.S. Inftructor in Hcalth Education Alma M. Shugrue, A.B. Inrtructor in Kindergarten- Prirnary Method! 'Ml ee fii.Ei.Ms 4, C WE N Of 1931 fwlllllf Mildred L. Sipp B.S., MA. Arfirtant Proferror of Teacher Training Ruth E. Speir Arfirtant Proferror of Micfic Harry Steel, MA. Director of Training and Profeffor of Education Katheryne C. Thomas A.B., M.A. Arfiftant Profeuor of Geography John Melvin Thurber AB., Ph.D. , ,999 jeffor of Engli h fee May C. Turner, BS. Inrtrnctor in Food: 30 Charles A.Vail,B.S.,A.lXT lnftrnctor in Science Grace Viele, B.L. Alrfiftant Librarian Walter B. Weber, B.S. fnftrnctor in Electricity Anna Alford, HA., lVl.A. Firrt Grade, School of Practice Eleanor M. Gover, B.S. Sixth Grade, School of Practice Mary L. Jamison, B.S. Kindergarten, School of Practice Carl H. Kumpf, B.S. Matheniaticf, School of Practice Mae O'Brien, BA. Fourth Grade, School of Practice Stella O,Reilly Fifth Grade, School of Practice Theresa A. Roehsler, B.S. Second Grade, School of Practice Elizabeth Bird Small Engliyh and Latin, School of Practice Ella Smith Third Grade, School of Practice Marguerite Stockberger Hiftory and Geography, School of Practice Agnes Agnirch Third Grade, School 38 Grace G. Ballard, B.S. Fourth Grade, School 38 lVlary L. Darker 1 Second Grade, School 38 Lena Denecke Reading and Literature, School 38 Mary Doe Fourth Grade, School 38 - - 193 o lllz fQ v M. Josephine Durney B.S. Engllfh, School 38 Edna R. Gardner Gcography, School 38 Thelma M. Hepp, B.S. Sccond Grade, School 38 Ethel H. Herlan B.S., M.A. Firft Gradc, School 38 Ellen C. Mockler Second Grade, School 38 Charlotte M. Moore Ariihmetlc, School 38 ,Mary Hofmann Roberts B.S. Fzlfth Gradc, School 38 Frances M. Rudell Flrft Gradc, School 38 Edna M. Shaw Kindergarten, School 38 Elma R. Smith Third Grade, 'School 38 Inez E. Stebbins, B.S. Second Grade, School 38 Marion P. Wakeman Fcfch Gradc, School 38 x Cnw ELMS vp 0 1931 Q- -,,, - ,Z Lydie Chamot French, School of Practice' Genevieve Dye Feuchter Flfih Grade, School 38 Lina Gielow, B.S. Reading and Hiftory School 36' Isabel Houck Kideney AB. Rzgiflrar Nancy K. Lansdale Gar1ne1ztShoppe Md7ldgL'T J.F.Pl1illippi,A.B.,M.A. Profeffor of Matlzcmaticf Nlartha S. Pratt B.S., A.M. fmtructov' in Tcachev' T1'ai11i11g Ruby Simpson B.S., M.S. Practice Home Mavzagcv' and Imtmctor in Home Admi11ift1'ation Franklin Smith Saperinzendenz of Build- ings and Grounds Robert O. DeMond A.B., A.M. Profarfor of Hiftory Leaoc of Abfencc 33 vu E 0 1931 QW V Ellie ELMS u Hero-VVorship Down before the altar of your life I lay my little hoard- For striving in my humble Way I sought to do the things you did, To reach the heights sublime you reached By stepping in your tracks And leaning on your stall". Naught have l done in just my name, But all l,ve done in yours. I'll ask not e'en the fame-nor shameg ' l've followed blindly and will die, For my high hope was lived before- It panted in your brain. My very breath was yours-and less. -MARGARET GOFF 34 , 1 , iz : 'QLQW ggmf, f Q E 1 1 51 3. ir w 5, v , 64 ' 2 Q , ' + I ea' iii .1 K3 aff 22? ff , azt- Kyiv? w ' 5' ' U4 M- 59 22522 ' , , SQ: ' 673 Q 1 1 -1 2- - ' f'-N - 4 " ' Y ' , f 1 -, A ,:-,-:--f1,,-fA-M- -f-,-' M- -- f ,, -L GRADUATES I, A ' 9 'gill Q W ' 410 'N 1 f Wmmmg K X A., W 1 4 1 L Xt lllr , 611,61-3LMs wi 0 1951 g wiv Senior Class Activities HROUGHOUT the four years' career of struggle which we have pursued in the effort to be among the surviving fittest-the "B.S.'s in Ed."- We have been a class which has promised much, for the range of our talents Was equalled only by our zeal for achievement. Even as this goes to press, the Home Economics seniors are actually promising to bring forth the stunt they have talked of for four years, the General Normal girls to produce a "potentially prize-winningv basketball teamg the Class Day committee to have an outdoor breakfast if it doesn't rain too hardg and all of us to make the Senior Ball as brilliant an alfair as ever. But this is not to say that we have done nothing so far this year. Ar a Christmas party in Gandy's, dignified hilarity reached its highest pitch when our presiding genius, Dora Staby, performed an adagio with Mr. Pugsley. Since then We have necessarily bent our efforts toward Work, but not too strictly to have led the Moving-Day paradeivvith a Hoat which was good, if not a prize-Winner, and to have been the first to read original verse at the interclass sing. 36 ELMS V 06 1931 mv DIVER RINDONE CONSTABLE THEOBALD Semor Class Officers MARGARET DIVER . . President MARY RINDONE . Vice-Prefidenz DORIS CONSTABLE . Secretary RALPH THEOBALD . -. Treafurer 37 1931 p waqv . , . 1. K ' ' eh- -'f-C-E5a..:,SL H! .'i:f r - - ,:.,. , M-.1-, ,-A.. 6, Q -. ' ' 1 :-me--:-15-3:j:':':2:Q 1 ixqs- Q L ' VEII::f:"'f' ' -- 'f:?IK5f:1A2? ar r 'N 4 ' A f 1-'::::Z-Qfiif gv,,,,. ,f f M- --N -. ., mf -V -44451 117' L N fflfii ' E 'A 1'1"-1 'ii ' 'rw-4' ws, 'C . ., I,:,cl . . fo 4:56 'rqlif-1:0 Ti: ww . .xg f ,. -5 , er -17513 "viz if '22 li 'E ' ,. 121w54fN L 5 WINIFRED I. ALLEN NINA AUSTIN ISABELLA BAIRD Alpha Sigma Alpha, '28-'31, Girls' Baslcetball,'27-'31, Y. Corresponding Secretary, W. C. A., '27-'31. '30-'31, Nu Lambda Sigma, '30-,313 Section Captain, '28-'29, Vice-President Jun- ior Degree Class, ,29-,305 Home Economics Club. NELSON L. BIONDOLILLO PAULINE ESTERHAY BOTTY MARGARET BECK lVIen's Club, Menls Glee Dramatic Club, 129-'31, Y. W. C. A., '27-'31: New ClubgDramatic ClubTreas- Spring Play, '30, Senior Voters' League, ,3O-'31. urer, '31. Glee Club. X Basketball, '28-'31, Base- ball, '28, Y. W. C. A., ' ,31 9 hh l emma ELMS .. 'ff 1931 A wiv MARIE BRAUN JEAN A. CANADA Home Economics Club, '28- '29, Record Staff, '29-'31. A11 28- 411115-In ESTHER E. BUCK Non-Residents'Association. MARY IRMA CARMODY Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club, Alpha Sig- ma Tau, ,28-'31, Secretary, '30, Panhellenic Represen- tative, '28-,305 Y. W. C.A., Dramatic Club, Spring Play '30, Christmas Play, '28-'29. RUTH M. BUDDENHAGEN Central Council, '27-'28' Delta Sigma Epsilon, ,27l '31, Treasurer, '30, Y. W. C. A., ,27-'31, Silver Bay Delegate, ,293 Phi Upsilon Omicron, '30-'3l,President, '30-,3l. EDNA CLARK Non-Residents'Association, Secretary, '294'3Og French Club, '30-'31, Honor Roll, '29-'31, 39 vu ,Qi A he ELMS i F K7 qv 01951 MARY CLEGG Y. W. C. A., '27, Home Eco- nomics Club, Junior Degree Class Treasurer, '30, Alpha Sigma Tau, '30-'31, Cor- responding Secretary, '3O. ALICE DEHECK Basketball, '27-'29, Y. W. C. A., '27-'31, Current Events Club, '30-'31, DORIS M. CONSTABLE Phi Upsilon Omicron, Al- pha Sigma Tau, '29-'31, Panhellenic Representative, '29, President, '29, Secre- tary, '28, Y. W. C. A., Rep- resentative to Social Pro- gram. MARGARET R. DIVER Senior Class President, '30- '3l,Alpha Sigma Tau, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Y. W. C. A., '27, Spring Play Cos- tume Committee Chairman, '30, Christmas Play, '29, Jiffy if f W5 'W 2 ..,., ' w 1--ff. - Q .- 22 'zz .A ' . I J,-.V fi IV.. - " -4 +I '- , .,,,::- .4-:,3, .,::,'.,,,,-gy. I.,-5.raggfgi-sf-::1g,::gs,2,3z ' ,.:-,fiiv-'C'?1g.I-:15l'?5.Z25f5sY2 'lyg-21 ,' ir! 'J -'ZZ47 ,ff ,, . . gfw :.,: ,-:yn :-:-:-:,- . ' ' - 'Gif' 4is :' 4 "1'f:::1fZ5g.5::Er-53.11,II':'21:'E1?s A , f- '- mzw' 1112-2 w V- ' ' ':o7?"f. '.-ZIZJ15' .Zf9,.' n ., Ji. M?-: M- ' ' ':.:-'.s1::- .yr-c,' . .. .. 1'f4 f:,,.a 'fs .ffwf f- , .. W4 5, 4,,,,f,,,..4 .. ,,.,.a', ,f ..,,,,. . gf" M " , qv-. .fi . 'Aim 1 A m f' ' " - ,' .,, ax -1 v 51 f X ff fy ' 40 CLARA CORRITORE GENEVIEVE DUTTON The ELMS . vu l 0 1 9 3 1 Qwv fs l l 3 JOHN EIGENBROD DOROTHY M. FEINEN President Athletic Associa- Non-Residents,Association, tion, '31, Editor Summer '30-'31. Record, '30, lVIen's Club, Record Staff, ,30. GENEVA M. FIEBELKORN SAMUEL FOTE fi.. ,af t 1 , . ' ' . - - - 1:1 . ii," , ' . 'T 324 . f .- . 41 KATHERINE G. FEW Alpha Sigma Tau, ,28-'31, Home Economics Club, '27- ,31, Y. W. C. A., '27-'28, Basketball, '27, Senior ln- vitation Committee, '30, Panbellenic Association, '30. PAULINE Fox Art Kraft Klub, ,28-'31, President, '30-'31, Record Staff, ELMS Staff, Home Economics Club. he ELMS W E Y? AE v V 19 V fqlwf GARSON GOLDBERG LILLIAN A. GREAR Non-Residents'Association, '30-'31, Y. W. C. A., '30-'31. DORIS V. GRITNIAN MARTHA GRIERSON French Club, President, '29- Non-Residents'Association. ,305 Y. W. C. A., '30-'31. ., if 1 A , , 4, ,. Vg, MJQ. ,ff 1-gl.. - 5- ,, .L,4 f,,-A.-. f A 3, ., mm f f . f ff, , ' - ..-in-'f ,gi -1' af.-,, f-.1 ,f ,,V,,.V, ,,. ,ff 1 , f fy 5,2 5144 f f 1,-:ww " f my ,. 1,1 'QQ , Q? 4 if Ch: , A ' ff ff , 'fw A f 4 mf? 2 fffg A ' M f f , Q? I 'ff , 4 ,Q 42 . , lx g1.,?,,, -r V 3 Z 4 , .L 1:15246 "Ir ' A ' " ,f-f. ' f , . , 4- - yr.-. .63 -. ff fx- ,J df .. , ,, , V ,, Q 1 . vzsgww 1 Q 4 , AT Q 35 ' Nf qqx Qf f? 5 4 .. -i ha . fr' fs:12:iZf'i ,4v,I5E51' If - IQ ' 1, --'M V ' 4971 F12 .2115 - - "aim, A21 23-. J . -. ., g .J A.. . ga -.f-.4115 41'g'v -.fn JANE GRENNELL JESSIE HARDY Home Economics Club, '27- '30g Alpha Sigma Tau, '30- '3l, Vice-President, ,305 Chairman of Ring and Pin Committee, '3l. ELOISE KENNEY vp 5 II CM ELMS 1931 lik, W .J RAYMOND HARROLD BERTHA JOHNCOX Home Economics Club 5 Non-Residents'Association. JW ZW FELIX W. Hows Basketb all, '30. x 'Zfp f fi a 1 y ig if czfhmg ff 6' sikgaggffn f ., 142 ZF? . 11, 1' 3, 55- ' ., g . . , . -,113 ,1 2 A Q -, ' ' ,'-'il-'123:"-' 0" , . I V'-" - ' as A-f?5?m,s or-. ,, , P f efwigg '- 4 43? --ff. f .af . Ni 4-if am My fig? 43 AGNES I. ISAACSON P Alpha Sigma Tau, '29-'31, President, ,315 Nu Lambda Sigma, '27-,31, President, '29, Junior Degree Presi- dent, '30, Executive Coun- cil, '30-'31g Delegate N. Y. U. Conference, ,30. MARGARET KERSTEN Home Economics Club, Pi Delta Theta, '29-'31, Rep- resentative Panbellen'ic,'29- '30, Treasurer, '29-'30, Pres- ident, '3O-,31g Phi Upsilon Q yfrgg, QM my 192 4' Q4 Qi' Omicron, 29- 315 '29-'31. I, wifi ' il -" is ' f- . f, W2 fr72'.':5i2f-1 1' ,f f f -' ,,v1,- :-N441 1. . 4,,, Q- , , me N:-.. ff.: , .A i g. .M W , ei 1 1 XWW e,,f f , of f if f fyffl, W' Xffhfv f ,N ' 9 f, if yy I 0 2 ffaf, X! ,fa ' Z f 1 Q9 ff! Aj f '4-if V ff ' f '7 ' ' if f A ' V, af 1 j 1 5524 ,,f":'ff fvi P fy 'ff P X7 9 Q- 532 f , X Q W 6 5 'givk Q 4 if x s -af, fx' ' QM 3,4 , 1 4 if A 'Q' a 4 4, 4 3' pg Q ' Y I0 4 ff 3 Ziifff f " 1 ' .af ,'....:, .V A-s.,-.' 4-QA.. . -.--'ki Librarian ' A C1716 ELMS l 0 1951 l et.. 'MN M X In 0 5 1 vu , ' . ,gm ,,.,. .,,. - 'z il '- ,gf ' , ff Fi iff.-.a n -ee - . 452:-2 Its- 1' .-.if . 3., w'q,0, 4 GRACE L. KLINE PHYLLIS BERYL KOLPIEN Basketball, '27-'30, Cur- rent Events Club, ,29-'30, '30-'31. Y. W. C. A., '30-'31. Non-Residents'Association, ALICE LARSON Home Economics Club, Art Kraft Klub, Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A., ,ZS-'29, Junior Degree Class Secre- tary. MONICA LAUGHREN 44 SUSANNA E. KRAEMER Y. W. C. A., Social Program Committee, Summer, '3O. GERTRUDE LAWRENCE Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., ,30-'31, Costume Committee, '28-,293 New Voters, League,'3O-'31, Sec- tion Treasurer, '31, H. E. Fashion Show, 329. 53, qleIHQNlS 2 w7,Wl' 0 1931 Wikw ,,,q RUTH E, LE1Ns Home Economics Club, Art Kraft Klub, '30-'31. DOROTHY A, MARLEY Alpha Sigma Alpha, '28-'31, President, '30-'31, Central Council Chairman, '29-'30, Chairman Junior Prom, '29- '30g Executive Council, '30- '31 , r V 1 A f .A 1 ,. "" ' W, , -4 ,545 1 1 CLARA E. LINK Non-Residents' Association, '31, Current Events Club. VVILHELMINE J. MERKLE Home Economics Club, '28- '31g Pi Kappa Sigma, '30- '31g Home Economics Sec- tion Captain, '31, 45 MYRTLE MANSFIELD Delta Sigma Epsilon, Cor- responding Secretary, '29- '30, President, '30-'31, Home Economics Club, Chairman Home Economics Day, '30, State Student Chairman, '30-'31, Basket- ball. CLARA B. MERKLING Basketball, '27, Y. W. C. A. '28, Current Events Club, '31. x The ELMS . 1931 fflkiv RUTH E. MILLER Treasurer Junior Glee Club, '27, Y. W. C. A., 127-'28, Home Economics Club, Home Economics Play, '28. JEAN ADAIR MOULTON Sophomore A President, '29, Silver Bay Delegate, ,29, N. S. F. A. Delegate, '3O' Delta Sigma Epsilon, Presi: dent, '29-'30, Phi Upsilon Omicron, President Stu- dents' Association, '30-,31. CHARLOT MOEHLAU ELMS Staff, '31. LILIANE O,DONOGHUE Non-Residents'Association, '29-'31, President, '30-'31 Theta Sigma Upsilon, '30: '31, French Club, '29-'31 L. ANN MOORE Y. W. C. A., 130331. ELSIE PETERSON Y. W. C. A., ,2S, Alpha Sig- ma Tau, 130-131, Treasurer '31, Discipline Committee '31, Home Economics Play Summer Social Prograni '28-'29, Chairman Home Committee, ,3O. Economics Club Dance, '29 46 i f , W7 Q C1716 ELMS 0 1931 Env ALFREDA PUGELL Current Events Club, '29- '31, Vice-President, '31, Y. W. C. A., '30-'31, New Voters' League, ,31. DOROTHY RALPH Basketball, ,28-,315 Play- day Delegate, '29, Class Marshal, '29, Editor-in- Chief ELMS, '30, Art-Photo- graph Editor ELMS, '31, , i RUTH N. PULS Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treas- urer, '3O-,31, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH E. RECH Basketball Freshman Cham- pionship Team, '27-,285 Y. W. C. A., '27-,28, Junior Glee Club, '27-'28, Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice-President, '29-'30, Central Council, '29-,30. MARY ELIZABETH RAINBOW Home Economics Club. HELEN SUE REYNOLDS Alpha Sigma Tau, '30-'31, Home Economics Club, Non-Residents,Association, '27-'28, Y. W. C. A., '27-'28, Social Program Representa- tive, '30. . i 5 4 , .1 7 . We 047 Y ..E'i:5:1iE'f-1 'file , 1.2-:,2.'r.-' fa. .f ,:' . f -E .-.45 fi r' '.f.:2:Zgf'i"'::..:Z fa " :::.r ' J Y V. .4f'f',':,fP' "f- W-' :.::12' . . -. ev-1:21 ..:,-- 1- ' " ' 1 L:- a 1 4? .-f'S,'r Z -f. ,ff ,ag - iw, . . w f -:fin R C1-'he ELMS MARY REYNOLDS MARY RINDONE MARGARET ROBERTS Art Kraft Klub, '28-'31, Pi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, Non-Residents'Association, Home Economics Club. ,303 Vice-President Senior '30-'31, Current Events Class, Chairman Class Day, Club, '31, Y. W. C. A., '3l. '30, Central Council, '27- '295 Glee Club,'29-'31, Dra- matic Club, '29-,31. L R COLETTE M. SHEEDY EONARD USSELL . Nu Lambda Sigma, '28-'31, Campus' Club, Glee Club, DORIS SCHUSTER Corresponding Secretary, Dramatic Club. Pi Delta Theta. '29-'30, President, '30-,31. 48 1931 5 ellie EL - f 0 - VU ' qt f QW GLADYS M. SLATER President Junior Graduat- ing Class, '30, Theta Sigma Upsilon, President, ,315 ELMS Staff, '30, Basketball, ,28-,303 Cortland Delegate, Silver Bay Delegate, '29, ELVERA STRACHAN Glee Club, '30-'31, Basket- ball, '28-'29, Chairman Cap and Gown Committee, '31, Flower and Color Commit- tee, ,3O. 'nl ' N ' . gui' A, ,-4? 10' ' 'Fixx LUCILLE L. SPICE Home Economics Club. PAULINE E. STRIKER Record, Business Manager, '29-,305 Editor, '31, ELMS Staff, '29-,305 Delta Sigma Epsilon, '27-'31, Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, '28-'31, Ex- ecutive Council, ,315 Junior Prom Committee, '3O. .1 5, :. , fa.-1 ,:....::xm4rf -' . '-wi . , - -+ L W 1- '- 2 .I 1: -fi f, ' mlb' "'- ' I ' I if ,,., .-g-,'g..:...,,.,...-g- .. , . K -HK - -, asf ' V . , '- fi ' YI 1' -I -514.14452 . 574 'f .1E1.f'f"'E'I5 f-"IFR , ' Lf.:E:3f:5?3E:'f'i3EI?3':i5'liifii-531.1 :2i'E'3!:::ff:'. . K z 53E?Zif:'iQ ' "2tf1'f,- f' if -1.3, Q -El-B'J'iI? 1 ' 'Mi 7.7 ' X ' ?f,'2'::t.6? f'L - W ,"' .V "'7'I'.2I35Er?E:I2rW 1 1 -:',a'qa'w w1,. :"'1,1- . 5,2 ' 125:4-225:Efaa2i:Iir?Pi ff. . , V ., . . , j , ,tx 5.1 A 1, 'I' " 'W ,. ,M ' , lf? , V 49 DORA C. STABY Basketball Captain Cham- pionship Team, '29-'31, Sec- tion Captain, '3O-'31, Y. W. C. A., ,29, Picture Com- mittee ELMS, '31, ELMS Stall, '30-'31, Moving Up Day Committee, '31. ETHEL M. TEMPLE Home Economics Club. N xfaqiv WE 0 1951 - 'Qfivw f .5 Q' W., if 4 Kr' af' 5 va 19' sr Y , 9 a RALPH E. THEOBALD Men's Club, '30-'31, Cam- Y. W. C. A., ,29-'31. pus Club, '30-'31, Mc-:n's Glee Club, '28-'29, Treas- urer Senior Class, '31, Chess Club, '29, Editor Summer Record, '29, Editor Record, '30. IOLA P. TILLNER ELINOR TURK MILLIE VILLAFRANK EDITH WEBSTER Non-Residents' Association, Non-Residents' Association, '30-'31. '31. BELLA R. WEEKES , 1, f ' r., :si , Q 5 " QQQQZQ - f 19 . if rf 1 'liff-'12 . ':1'wqu.,. 4' 5711. , viii., Q za .. ZAAV I . , .iff ,ui . -. ' .- :a,,'w.f V .,f gy'-'sm- . V f 1, .. ,.... ,.. , ..,, , .v. . f - .ew 1 -7 X '? ?Qr'02. I '1 ,fin . 2 50 v f g t I 0 1931 qwffdjiw :,,. . "-- is pg?-1' W I ..W,, ,..:.. A H !:1x 3:2-RX A . FRANCIS W. WIERZBOWSKI Men's Glee Club, '30-'31, Summer Session Record Staff, '30, Summer Session Social Program Committee, '30 ESTHER BLISS Pi Kappa Sigma, '28-'31, Phi Upsilon Omicron, '29- '31. FRANCES M. CRoss Home Economics Club, '26- '29, Senior Glee Club, '28- '30, Y. W. C. A., '30-'31, RUTH GUTMAN Basketball, '27-'28, Current Events Club. MAY ZDARSKY Home Economics Club, Al- pha Sigma Tau, Historian, '31, Current Events Club, '29, Y. W. C. A., '29-'31, Senior Picture Committee, '31. EDWARD BRUNNER Men's Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Men's Club. ELIZABETH FONTAINE A. LAURANCE HOLCOMBE 51 WINONA E. ZIEMANN Y. W. C. A., '27-'29, Bas- ketball, '26-'27, Glee Club, '2S. DoLoREs M. CAVALIERI- Junior Glee Club, '27, Sen- ior Glee Club, '28, Section Representative, '27, Sopho- more Program, '28. GERTRUDE GAVIN TILLIE KAISER Basketball, '27, Y. W. C. A., '28, Current Events Club, Sociology Club, Pres- ident, '30. CTheELlVlS . IU 41951 p EDWINE M. KOENIG ELSA PROZELLER Alpha Sigma Tau, '28-'31, French Club, '23, Dramatic Club, '28. ALICE G. SCHAFFER HELEN M. STEPHENS Glee Club, '27, Home Eco- nomics Club, '27-'31, Y. VV. C. A., '30. CATHERINE LINDER GERALDINE N. RANKINS Y. W. C. A., ,3,O-,315 Nu Lambda Sigma, ,28-'31, Vice-President, '31, JENNY L. SCIBETTA Basketball, '27, '30. FRANCES STROOD ETHEL ZUBKOFF S2 - EDNA M. MITCHELL Home Economics Club, '29- '31g Phi Upsilon Omicron, '30-,31. GLADYS RUHLAND VIRGINIA SHERET Pi Kappa Sigma, Home Economics Club. IRENE TABER b q71eELMS Q VU 4' o 1931 QQV HOLME FARBER HUBER HANNAN Jumor Class Officers MARIE HOLME ..,.,.. Prefident JEANETTE FARBER . Vice-Prefident ETHEL HUBER , Secretary LESTER HANNAN . . . Treafurer S3 A ' The E,LMS ' ,. WA 0 1931 fiklv , JOSEPHINE ACKERMAN MARIE ALFANO ADALINIQ ALLAN ELMS Staff, '3O. Current Events Club, '29, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Sen- Basketball, '29-,305 ELMS lor Girls' Glee Club, ,3O-'31, Staff, '3O. Central Council, '29-'3O' Kindergarten-Primary Dayl Program, '30, Basketball '29. AUGUSTA M. ALLEIN Current Events Club, '29, Basketball, '29. DOROTHY L. ALLGRIM MILDRED J. AUSTIN ' 54 f 'Th ELMS . ll 5 IIIQ - 1951 Qwv GRACE E. BALDWIN GERALDINE BAMBERG Basketball, '29-'30, Cur- rent Events Club, '30-'31. DORIS E. BECKER Junior Glee Club, '28-'29, Y. W. C. A., ,28-'29, senior BEULAH BEERS Glee Club, '29-'31, Secre- Basl-:etball,'28,Current tary, '30-,31. Events Club, '28. RAYMOND C. BARRY FRANCES D. BELLANCA Nu Lambda Sigma, '28-,30, Treasurer, '28-'29, Central Council, '29, Executive Council, '30-'31, Chairman Elections Committee, '29- '31g Secretary Graduating Class, '31, Chairman Sen- ior Ball Committee, '31. S5 NX ellie ELMS . ,L E 19, 1 E I QRW B EVERETT C. BENNETT JEANETTE F. BONGIOVANNI Current Events Club, 'ZSQ Sociology Club, '28-'295 N. S. F. A. Committee, '3O. l F. GORDON BENNETT GERALDINE BINGENHEIMER Psi Phi, '29-'31g Men's Club E French Club, '28-,31, Treas '28-,31. urer, '30, President, '31, MARY MARGARET BRADY Glee Club, ,ZS-'3lg Dele MARGARET MARY BRADY gate to Central Council, '28 i A UW S6 R I Cm ELM S ,r VU gf 1 9 3 1 fjvgyv f ' f " -ff?-1-: . ': K, l r A RUTH A. BREMS Glee Club, '28-'31, Vice- President, ,30-'31, Alpha Sigma Alpha, '29-'31, Bas- ketball, ,28. MARGARET BUNCE Central Council, '29, Bas- ketball, '30-,315 Nu Lamb- da Sigma, '29-'30, Treasurer '30-'31, . .- ,... ,,.,. ,,. , ,. .,,. r"' .5 w lf' "ff"f1f.-5,1-2:z,j':' ,v f: , ,Q.,..-:ff ,' V J A- A -vt: :.z:',., . , ., . 359 1 7 , - 'f " A --' A ' ' . , ' . 577' ' ' as k. 'Z J:'.ECC2f'.,. ' f . Z11j??::?l7ff4'-,B-.Q2.v12. . BEULAH A. BRETT Sophomore Assembly, ,ZS Senior Ball Committee, ,30 PAULINE L. BURGESS French Club, '28-'29g Y. W. C. A., '29-,31. ' 57 ENDORA L. BUMPUS Y. W. C. A., ,28-'29, LESTER BURKE Kappa Kappa Kappa, '29 '31 C1116 lk .. VU 193 1 Qyfa? " V . .g- -. 3:-15:3 2:-.1,...f... ,.,. . ,, ' - R f K, ? l K lf N 4 x ffm :wif-4-". '., 'xg' ',g.i:,:e Q4 if Q v Q fx, A ,Ni , ,S 'YA Q A f Q Y ' xy g Z Q1 I f 1 5 1 N , .1 - -ws gt N Rs? I V A HELEN K. BURNS Basketball, '28-'31, Section Treasurer. FRANCES CANTOR ' MARGARET MARY BURNS Dramatic Club, ,29-,315 Al- pha Sigma Alpha. RUTH V. CARMAN Basketball, '28, Orange and Black, Playday Delegate, ,295 Christmas Play, ,295 Glee Club, President, ,305 lVlovingUpDayCommittee, ,31. KATHERINE E. CANNON Basketball, '28-'30, Y. W. C. A., '28-,303 Non-Resi- dents, Association, '28-'30, Section Captain, '29-'30, Central Council, '28, Junior Prom Committee, '30. RUTH CHAMBERLAIN 1 , ',:f"f rv, , A I , N,rff'Jv:":.,.'i?3.2!fV . ' - ,. : -' use ., 4' - , . ' SEI-1'-2-1' - . 1. in . '1' W ...,. Af . ' 15 9:51 V- , -' '53 .f ff' ' . ' 1 . -. , ' F . .--.:,-- ,, .,...,. 7 58 Cn. ELMSHIQ 0 1931 Qwv FRANCES E. CISZEK ESTHER COOK ,CLARK RUTH MARION CLARK Y. W. C. A., ,285 Current Non-Residents'Association. Events Club, '30. THELMA H. CORCORAN Girl Marshal, '28-'29, Bas- VIRGINIA P' CONDON ketball, '28-'29, Vice-Presi- Glee Club, '28-'31, Sofrivo- dent Y. W. C. A., '315Alpha lities, ,295 Junior Prom Sigma Alpha, '29-,315 Glee Committee, '30, Basketball, Club, '28-'31, Dramatic ,28-,295 Section Treasurer, Club,'28-,29gCortland Play- '28-'30. ALICE CONRAD day Delegate, '29. S9 f. The ELMS VD 0 1951 G fslkmv JEANETTE COUHIG Basketball, '30-,31. VIRGINIA DALEY ELMS Business StaH','30-'31, GRACE E. CRANE ELSIE M. CURTIS Central Council, '28, Junior Non-Residents' Association Girls' Glee Club, '28, Senior '29-'30, Junior Girls' Glee Girls' Glee Club, ,29-,305 Club, 79330-131- Basketb all, '28-'29. LEONA DAVIS Dramatic Club, Vice-Presi dent, ,29, Treasurer, '30, Glee Club, '28-'29-'30, Christmas Play, ,295SuIn- mer Glee Club, '30, 60 BERNICE DEPARMA W. C. A., '30-'31. A' ' . C1-be ELMS - . Q. Quiz QQ ff? V M , 0 1931 .. rpm, . , 6 " vz 2' K. si-zz 'V .5175 4 'f S in Q E 9 2 Q 9 my SQ i rl In R S' 1 . ,W 7 I E L?" RAFFAE A. DEANGEL1s ELEANOR L. DOBLER GEORGE L. DoBsoN SociologyClub,,28-'295Cu1'- Dramatic Club, '28-'29, rent Events Club, '28-'31, Y. W. C. A., '30-'31, New Voters' League, '30-'31. HARRY S. DOUGLASS Dramatic Club, '28-'30, I Spring Play, '29, Record Staff, '29-,31, News Editor, Y. W. C. A., '29-'31, Kin '30-'31, Summer Record,'295 dergarten-Primary Play,'30 Men's Club, '30-'31, Chair- Orchestra,'29-'31gNon-Res JOHN DONOVAN man, '3O. idents' Association, '31, oYcE DUNKELBERGER V-M,3.,1,ff . fy 16:1 K if ,Q ff , , , A95 ' ..., wa- 9 .6 " .1 E hw wggfff 5, ' - 'f.,.-:-: f, .f .. 'J S ag . :Q-.14 - .:,fw::.1:5.5.u 1 .R " T?'57f2?'7f2,f-95 . . U A , 4,552,545-,3.,y MQ. ff-A: ' 'iliilif ' 5""7"'.2f.-' -1' i'7f:F2'2 -. .. Sei: j '- ' ' 'a ffix -'21,-15, - ..11f.2fan L. fi Lf ' Q N The ELMS .. V17 0 0 1931 SUV RUTH L. DUNKELBERGER Junior Gln-e Club, '28-'29, Senior Glee Club, '29-'31, Orchestra, '28-'31, Y. W. C. A., '28-'31, Nu Lambda Sigma, Recording Secre- tary, '31. RUTH ECKHARDT Nu Lambda Sigma, '27-'30, ANNE JENNETTE DUNLAP Y. W. C. A. GORDON S. EDDY Psi Phi, '29-'31, Debating, '29, Record Staff, '29-'30 N. S. F. A. News Corre- spondent, '30, Tennis, '30- '31, Men's Glee Club, '31 Vice-President Students'As- sociation, '31, 62 MARJORIE M. ECKHARDT Delta Sigma Epsilon, Cor- responding Secretary, '31, Basketball, '29-'30, Senior Glee Club, '30-'31, Y. W. C. A., '29-'30, Central Council, '30, Section Captain, '29- '31g Sophomore Treasurer, '30. NORMAN J. EDINGER The ELMS i VU-A 0,1 1931 GEORGE ENTWISTLE IEANETTE FARBER FELINA FAY Vice-President Graduating Class, '31g Dramatic Club, '29-'313 Spring Play, '29g Student Government Day Assembly, '3Og Property Chairman Dramatic Pres- entation, '3O. MARY C. FLANAGAN Non-Residents' Association RosE WINIFRED FERRY MARION FIEDLER '29-'31. 63 . The A , A, ,Q 0 1951 FGDQLXV . l MARIO FONTANA PAUL C. FORD LEO JOSEPH FOROSCU Debating Club, ,28-'30, Spring Play, '29, Summer Record, '30, Campus Club, '3O. LORRAINE M. FRANK Basketball, '28, Junior Glee CLAUDE FOSTER Club, '28-'29, Senior Glee CATHERINE FRAWLEY Club, '29-'51, Record Staff, Y. W. C. A., '28-'31, Glee lVlen's Club, French Club, ,30-,313 Freshman Assem- Club, '27-,291 Current Men's Glee Club. bly Program, ,29. Events Club, '30-'31, 64 C1iheELMS 9 i vyj A qf 1931 xffluv MINNIE F. GAETH VIRGINIA GANGLOFF JAMES GILMOUR Executive Council, '31g Edi- tor Student Handbook, ,31. VILMA GOLDE Delegate to Central Coun- cil,'28-'30g Senior Ball Com- i RAYMOND GILROY mittee, ,31. MARY E. GORMAN 4 65 . W. El i l, C111 ELMS vu oe 193 1 Ekiv , Q lf 1: 1, L ETHEL GRABENSTATTER Basketball,'28, RecordStaff, '28-'31, Senior Glee Club, '29-'31, Freshman Assem- bly Program, ,28. Ross GRoss RUTH GRAMPP Junior Glee Club, '29, Bas- ketball, '30, Y. W. C. A., '29-'31, Gift Committee, ,31. MARGARET W. GUENER Dramatic Club, '29, Presi- dent Junior Glee Club, '29, Senior Glee Club, '30-'31, Basketball, '30, Song and Motto Committee. '31, iff' ' H - " -xp: " ' up A . A 5,- ' " 4. ,f 1. ,Q 4 .W I'-f -'ff . Lf. q w-. ' -' 1 "-' V- , .Wa- , 1: ffffwgg egg,-ff ,Q , . R yy-, Z,-i,g.1: ' 2. .49-f,..,, ,d,,,,5 ff ' 1 ff A22 V - 'Z-" iff, ' ff g TQ" 1: f : zz e,Iif:7..zi9i if 5 V 66 1 ,. ll l l l I -,lr lf, R JI. i ,iff ii -fygjjw V 1 ,jj i.f:"l jflifi ' PAUL D. GItIFF1jNliJ ffflfjjx " if I ri 1 , Psi Phi, '27-'31, Djagn Q lt' ,ay Club, '27-'28, Men.Js'lClul?Q, .T ' Q51 '28,'31, Campus Clu-b, '3Q1J,i y ""' . -,f f' 'JU 'X x LESTER T. HANNAN Orchestra, '28-'31, Presi- dent, ,303 Band, '31, Treas- urer Junior Class, '31, Fi- nance Committee, '31, Stu- dent Handbook Committee, 331, lVIen,s Club. -l 0 1931 V C1-,he EL 'U ,. Q! f KW HAROLD HANSON MARGARET M. HAYDEN DORIS E. HARKNESS Nu Lambda Sigma, '29-'3O. Basketball '28-'31 Y f r gif e' 1 - . - A , R gig,-Lzgg , - mg.. .uf , AUDREY C. HEIM , . ""f '5 Q . 4, f ij. KA, 3 .. , L R ef i f ,fa z W, I yu, 1 2 If 2 ' 39 A fa le' 1 ' 7, ,V+ ff jx 917' ff , x f I f 2 5 5 A if I f ' H""c, gy , ff f fl f , 1 af' A 1 1 1 Q vga' 4 . ,. . ff VST: . vp, .',. . , z-w:.:-mf':Y:.f, . :.- .. Aw ,.mn:.'- ,R , A- 67 PAUL HATCH HAZEL C. HESSINGER Y. W. C. A., '30-,315 Cur- rent Events Club Secretary '31. Rlb A be 3' fy ! , if 1 Xalan f. I ' 13: -'1 ff , N, y, 'gi Z 5 , ' Q A 1 VU 0 1 9 5 1 wfeciuv :1A:.-4LfNi'7f'5-' A:-P" .. - .p a r ' -:1:Q?3wsY' --f.: . 'Y::2.I2q:v:5gg:5,.:g1.iz.. gg e-fe-. 2.-w an-p,:r. -s"1.sf,e'm::f I I f A ' ,. :Q " :fl ii -' , S., F: ,j ' 1,3 -in -I , 2.5-Q-mi" I. , 1 , . - . -. r-we-. ' If - Qifgsifsw -I X. W -z5Cf9'.f,SHS,., .A sa :HQ -V 1-f,-. 2,-.+,fsQ:f,,f-1-:vm ff -yr-f1:m:'w5 1' DOROTHY HIGGINS MARIE ELLEN HOLME Delta Sigma Epsilon, Chap- lain, ,293 Y. W. C. A., Secre- tary, ,295 Section Captain, '28-'30, President, Third Year Class, '31, ELMS Stalf, I I HELENA A. HIGGINS 5 " Non-Residents' Associa ion, , 31. EDITH M. HOLMES Y. W. C. A., '28-,303 Cur- rent Events, '28, Elections l I X r S 3 S Sw x 0 l M , X 1 tg 4, gf 4 . ..,,,. , ip ., . X! P 4 4 . ' 1 I fkfx! A Q Wg.. gk lf I YJ in Q ll? 4 5, X V M -4 'S if 5, Q? l 1 f Q w P59 'f M '31, Senior Glee Club, ,29- Committee, '30, Summer 131 , Chorus, 30. 68 JOSEPH HOEFLER KATHRYN E. HOLZER ,Q ,V , gy, Muni:- LQS 2' I . 53 mx: l SQ 'S Y Q X 4 Yi A Qi! 'fb 3' 4 Cllie ELMS fa vu 0 1951 filiiv MARION C. HOPWOOD Record Staff, '29, Basket- ball, '31, Picture Commit- tee, '31. ETHEL A. HUBER Delta Sigma Epsilon, '28- '31, Treasurer, '31, Glee Club, '28-'31, Y. W. C. A., Secretary, Sophomore Class '30, Assembly Program Committee, '29-'30, Christ- mas Play, '29. H ,.. i-.,.l E ,A 1 "":1 HAZEL C. HoRA URSULA M. HORGAN Dramatic Club, '29, Junior Central Council, '28-,29 Glee Club, '29, Senior Glee Section Captain, '30-'31 Club, '30-'31, Alpha Sigma Current Events Club, '28- Tau. ,29. A HELEN G. HUNT Orchestra, '28-,293 Glee Club, '28-'30, Basketball '28 7 . . - RHEA HUNT 69 fi ' The vui wii a 0 1951 Ii uv RITA HUTTER HELEN JOHNSTON Y. W. C. A., '28-'29. Record Staff, ,29-'31, ROSEMOND E. JONES League of Women Voters, '30-,31. .sf 'rr fe 402570 sf if ff 9, 6 GE F: ' ,,vv -- Q, 1. rv , ..,. ,W , 5 " . ff ..., A ., A f 1 -3-s:gz':.,:fa2a1 'ff . .,.,. ....2,:zv2: fx., f. 1,-15, . .,:' , ,':511:Hf 192' '2aC1'K?2Q I 1 -A ef' fi? g 25 , - .- 1 - My , 1 ,. f f " P fig' ' ! 1 CHARLES E. JORDAN ff 1:13-.qzvvwv .- Ez-vw:-4' x " ' 3ZF3?3:55E?:I:3i1ZnE7E:212.5:GZ-.::f.-5' -:v,5'f" ' -""- , - Mew gf, ., .Y rf- ' - ' f lg., f A if , - .7 , - ' 19 .::.-- Aww.. -, f Rf wg J mf., 'ff - , ,f,,::,' , -1 5, , -Nw. , -5. 4016i-wrf - .f Mi l' - 1 -Hia,-,421 : 'J Q ,. , E I, - 7b MARGARET JANE JONES unior Girls' Glee Club, '29 VIOLA JURGENS tm ELMS vu 0 1931 mv ' ,, ,.225,v,z,2:e- - ,QW ESTHER KAHLER BERNICE M. KAISER FLORENCE KAMERY Orchestra, '28-'31, Glee Club, '28-'3l. Y. W. C. A., '27-'28. MARGARETTA KERSPERSKE Basketball, '29-,315 Glee SAMUEL KAPLAN LORETTA KELLY 5 Club, '29-'31,Treasurer, '31. ' I, N, fl, f . , vs 15 E - 7 '95 V m L1 ' - f . sf ' . ' , ,V 'WL - f - ,rw-' ' , ' 4 " , ', "'P'sZ:?2E2g. '1 ' "" - wi' N 71 X A l j l ellie ELMS l - - - f. l il ij: 1931 E A Q, vufrti , C1 ffqv JANE E. KING MAX KIRSHNER FRANCES KRENNING Current Events Club, '31. Central Council Delegate '29g Treasurer, Section V '285 Honor Roll, '29, MILDRED I. LEVITAN PAULINE KRUEGER GRACE LESHER Glee Club, '28-'29, Sigma Sigma Sigma, '28-'31. man Assembly, '28. 72 Record Staff, '28-'31g Fresh- oe 1931 fiakiv y x,,.' MARY CHARLOTTE LEWIS MARION LONG JANET MACGAMWELL Non-Residents' Association, Record Stall, '30-'31, Junior '29-'31, President, '31gSum- Glee Club, '28-'29, Fresh- mer Session Social Program man Assembly, '28, Committee, '30, Basketball, '30-'31. HARRIETT M.CCARTIN Y. W. C. A., '28-'31, Bas ketball, ,28-'31, Non-Resi dents, Association, '29-'30, Assembly Program Com mittee, '30-'3l. ELINOR MAEDER President Current Events Club, ,295 New Voters, JOHNJ' MCCREADY League,,31g Current Events Psi Phi, Orchestra, Picture Assembly, '29, Summer Committee, Band, lVlen's School Program Committee, 1 Club. '28. 'Xt X CX A Ni ,X N. XSD N N. xc, W Xi, 73 i Cll1eELMS H-ix .s 0 v , 1931 filmtv ANNA MAHONEY WILLIAM MALE FLORENCE MALMBERG Basketball, '31. Glee Club, '29, Honor Roll '29. MARGARET MALONE Basketball, ,29-'30, Y. W. ANNE R' MANNING C.A.,'3O-'313CentralCoun- Section Captain, '28, Rid- c1l, '28, Section Treasurer, ing Club, ,ZS-'29, Kinder- ,31- garten-Primary Play, '30. MINNIE MERRILL ,ba 74 The ELMS vu gf 1931 Ffuv JOSEPHINE MESI MARTHA MESSINGER MARION H. MITCHELL Current Events Club, '29- Delta Sigma Epsilon, ,29- Kindergarten Play, ,30. '31, Sociology Club, '29g '31gBasketbal1,'30-'31gSec- French Club,'29g Glee Club, tion Captain, '29-'30, Class Summer, '3Og Y. W. C. A., Day Committee, '31. '30. EVELYN MURNEY Basketball, '28-'31, Current ELLA KATE MULLER Events Club, '30-'31, MARY JANE MURPHY 75 CTIZELMS . p vu 0 1951 WILLIAM MURPHY MILDRED M. NAGLE ANGELA M. NAPLES ELMS Staff, '31, Kindergar- Summer Social Program ten Play, ,30. Committee, '3O. VIRGINIA C. NESSELBECK - VIOLET G. NOTTER Alpha Sigma Tau, '29-'31, 1 Secretary, '30-'31, Section Basketball, '29-'31, Glee MARGARET R' O,MARA Captain, ,30-'31, Basketball Club, '29-'31, Y. W. C. A., Basketball, '29, P1 Kappa '28,,30g Color and Flower ,285 Dramatic Club, '31, Sigma, '30-'31, Treasurer of Committee- Senior Ball Committee. Section, ,3l. 76 in 6 " " I X f S " vu " 0 193 qi. XXV KATHLEEN E. OSBORNE HELEN OVERTURF Summer Social Program Summer Social Program Committee, '30, Current Committee, '30. Events Club, '31, CATHERINE OWENS Pi Kappa Sigma, '29-'31, Current Events Club, '31, Basketball, '28-,293 Moving Day Program Committee, ,30 MARGARET E. PALSER FRIEDA A. PASCHKA MARY A' PALMISANO Current Events. Club, ,315 Y. W. C. A., '28-'29, Bas- Baslcetball, 328, '31g Cut- Y. W. C. A., '28, Riding ketball,'29-,3OgCurrent rent Events Club, '28. Club, '28. Events Club, ,3O-'31. 77 C Cnie ELMS i .n .L 0 1931 Qif ilv , , GLADYS PETILLON EVELYN L. PETZING Glee Club. Y. W. C. A., '30, ADELIA M. POPLAWSKA Fren cb Club, Vice-Presi- BESSIE PLESKOW dent, '29, President, '3O. 78 FLORENCE I. PHILLIPS Basketball, ,295 Riding Club, '28-'29, Y. W. C. A., '30-,315 Non-Residents' As- sociation, '30-'31. HELEN J. PURCELL French Club, '29-'30, Bas- ketball, '29. 'J A 'llc 1931 la w MARGARET P. RALPH President, Freshman Class, '29, Social Program, '30, Basketball, '29, Senior Glee Club, '29-'51, Treasurer Ex- ecutive Council, '31, Senior Ball Committee, '31, Sec- tion Captain, '28, FREDA REUTER Glee Club, '30-'31, JANE C. RAMSEY Section Captain, '29, Bas- ketball, '29, Vice-President Junior Glee Club, '30, Sen- ior Glee Club, '30-'31, ELMS Staff, '31, ma1cC e 5 ' esi ' 'i , ' ' ll, 8-' M Cl W 'Yi rc LILLIAN REISS Basketball, '28, French Club, '28, rent Events Club 28' Bas- ketball 29 Business Man- ager, 1931 ELMS, Charman HENRY N. lplyklgtns , MARIAN RILEY French Clu '28 '29 I fl Y. W. C. A., '28-'31, Cur- 30S .7 ' 7 ra, 2 Y . 28- 315 . C uncil. 28 '29, Se 'o . tHnf29. 79 Senior Picture Committee, I 31. The ELMS 0 1951 f1e.w5'3nxv NAHOMA ROSENBLUM RUTH SALLACK ELIZABETH L. SAWYER Junior Glee Club, '28, Bas- Y. W. C. A., '28-'31. ketball, '28-,31. CHARLES SCHILLING Chairman, Senior Finance Commlttee, '31. f ,. ., ' 1Z: .,iiE' JY: Q' om - . .Q -'-V..+S::::sswv:.::--rm:-:::. -- -,m,.,,s.-,, yew ..4- -..v A .- Lwazzhiz f ,Lp-' 1 ' Aazrffyz--:r:"22:' ' ' ' -A V- MSL, . ....,,,' ..., H V Af V.,-.W .-.. mv- -. - wx-:-:Vx-.gy '- i - ,-:,?5:55:,:2:::5..:2: ,VZ-E-if Q -- ' - 6. . . . 25? ,+.5f31-1335:-i'EEf .Q .,... . H , - ,,., A ' 'K is-az-:wguf f ' ff I WA ' " ' , , v. , ..I:.:, ! A- ,,-.yf --:? . Q. - 1- 5 '?M':5. ,:A ,.1f" 3 :-'f.:'f'::1i"2,':f"-' ' ' wv:.'s,.'2r.-Q11 " - ' -f7:," e 'zw , 1, Yrlfvb , lv it ' f .- A ,-...E-at f ' -. A 1 . , ...A-4 wfgiwzh., , ' . ,- .frm , V GRETCHEN SCHULZ Y. W. C. A., '28-,303 Soci- ology Club, '28, Record Staff, ,313 Current Events Club, ,31. of .. -in fy ':j '.fQj ' Vg, 5? 3. - 'z . :E:'. , ,L 2 4, 51:-K .f'v.,w - I' 2 H, . ,Wal J . J 80 KATHERINE SECRIST Basketball, ,29-'31, Base- ball, '29, French Club, '29 S C171 ELMS r vu ' 06 1931 fflw C C l , LEONA SEMON ANITA SENECAI, ROMAYNE SHALLER Riding Club, '28-'29, Y. W. Sigma Sigma Sigma, '29-'31, Basketball, '29, Glee Club, C. A., '30-'31, Non-Resi- Recording Secretary. '30, '29-'31. dents' Association, '30 '31, Corresponding Secretary, '31. FRANCES S. SHETLER - . RUTH E. SLACER P1 Kappa S1gmagGlee Club, '29-'31, Basketball, '29, Cap ABRAHAM SIEGEL Basketball. '29, Senior Glee and Gown Committee, '31, Record, Art Editor, '31. Club, '3O. S1 , CUWELMS 0 1931 CLARIBEL SLATER RUTH L. Sross Pi Kappa Sigma, '29-'31, Central Council, ,295 Glee Section Captain, '29-'31, Club, '30, Basketball, '29. Glee Club, '28, Basketball, '28-'31, Freshman Day Pro- gram, '28, Senior Finance Committee, '31. ELEANOR M. SMITH Basketball, '28-'29, Cur- EDWARD F. SMITH rent Events Club, '28. J EDWARD L. SLY MARIAN W. SMITH m x We 9 fb' li S 0 'Q V13 0,2 1951 Qyfvgeiv AMANDA SNELL A,,,:,,V' HAZEL SNYD ER , ., .g,., ,T V , Q ' A ' lf ' ' f pi-5' -. . ,. , ,.: . , as , gc A yur' C s 2- M 4Xf12'2,gg347E ' ,W ofa, 'R K, A 1 5 X Q A J v 5 A , A M A 5' If M y ADA R. SNYDER Dramatic Club, '28-'30, Y. W. C. A., '28-'31, Non-Resi- dents, Association, ,28-'31 ELMS Business Staff, '31. ALICE B. STANDART Y. W. C. A., '30-'31. 83 DOROTHY M. SNYDER Basketball, '28-'3l. MILDRED L. STARR Theta Sigma Upsilong Y.W. C. A., '28-,303 Non-Resi- dents, Association, '28-,30, Vice-President, '29, Secre- tary, ,30. 5 i t heELMS vu 1931 Quv l 1? A .,, , .fs Yi 1' 1 Q . .4.Fr1'5D" ff-ZKSEEFFI? . if I ,F ' mf g ., .,.., . r tr .c,--- , ,-1,1-F .win - ' 5jE1:?'T self-f-2 er-1:15 ::i:5:5::??'v MAR-IORIE STEARNS HERBERT STEIN PAULINE SULLIVAN ' Y. W. C. A., '29-'31g Non- BENNETT STRULL Residents' Association, '3O. BERNICE STRASSBERGER Dramatic Club, '2S. AMALIA SUPPES Orchestra, '28-'313 Central Council, ,28. 84 C1710 9 VU o 19 31 Nfg-3mV GEORGE SWANSON KATHRYN SWEENEY JANE TORRENCE Sigma Sigma Sigma,,2S-,312 Sigma Sigma Sigma, '3l. Kindergarten Play, ,30. FLORENCE TUCKER BaSketball,'28 3 Ridingclub CURTIS TRACY CHARLES E. TREMPER '28 ., 'Mig' '- Q " . ,. 3, ' ' 1 49 y wi f I :ff ' ii"' i, 1 is . Za.. ' if ,, , '25 Q33 2 J' I ' l ' n ' 4 f ' ". 5 Q, fi ff' It Y ff I 85 Cm ELMS at WJ at 1931 IDA URKOFSKY KATHARINE M. VANLOAN HELEN WAGNER Stunt Nite, '29, Freshman Sigma Sigma Sigma, '31. Day, '29. SYLVIA WEINSTEIN Dramatic Club, '28-'29, Freshman Day Program,,29g Basketball, '29-,31g Stunt Nite, '29. FRANCES WEIS - lQ-- ,:.V Z ,,,A , ..., - 2- "1 ' . ,,,. 6 , . .. , ,,,5:7:,5,34,-',: V '32, " J" , -5::::.1-.is:,s':Is.a:f52s51,ff'.552' ' x 1-if-1. ' . ' HELEN E. WESTCOTI Pi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer '31, Current Events Club '30-'31, Section Treasurer '30. 0 1951 fllfcfkiv VERONICA H. WHALEN Basketball, '28-'31, Y. W. C. A., '29, Riding Club, '28, Summer Social Program Committee, ,305 Current Events Club, ,ZO-'31, HAROLD WILSON QE LOTTIE M. WIERZBOWSKA Basketball, '28-'30, Art Kraft Klub, '29-'31, French Club, '29. REGINA WISNIEWSKA Y. W. C. A., '28-,305 Bas- ketball, '28-'30, Freshman Assembly, '28, Summer So- cial Program, '30, ELMS Staff, ,3l. ,.. . sq sg: h .. . ZZ'-iff ' .. ,7 ' Y' 9 1? , VX., ' ' g.Q.ff2 .' L 433' .V ,fy f , ,Ili-gn-9.1 5:76255 ".'1f5g.,'2 - " '3?Zff7v.f"-.' . . wi f . I-f p "-Us ,,,g,..g1:,ffa'7,'i UZ. ' " 25.1 "Azz-4' 25 fiff':54f,'5'fi-WTFTQQ'-9 ' .f f-u m r -- W ' f -1.'f4':1'--.ffw - 1. ::S."'f-1f..wsz-' ' .- .L,LA+:i,-f5"4.v,'-ind' A gf--ff .2 -.-'f1fwf:vf:14.f':yga..- ' A if ,. 1 'f-'L1.'.sa4.':5.-ss:gg--rp. . ,Ly ,-.-.-,1qf.mt1"w:u,.. 87 :. A-1 ETHEL M. WILSON Non-Residents'Association, ,29-'31. MARGARET E. WooDs Dramatic Club, '28, P Kappa Sigma, Keeper of Archives, '29, Correspond ing Editor, '30, Current Events Club, '30-,31. .I .1 . . . .:a,,,LA,. , a 15 '- M V- W 3.4.54Eg3.,g-.- ,Q fe 4 L um- Ar-2. -b . f,7f+ A ,.., '-,' .295 f f J fe my ' Q y 1 f My f , f VJ 7' ' 1 3 ' ,Sf 9 V7 ff , ff 4 ff KW, X 0 V Q Q? 5192. ' 'f 4 f , ,,,, , X Q, I , ,I .cf 'i f A ff 1' f, , 2, 4 fii E f ,K SM .Mq""'wv,xw " W Cnle ELMS VU E 1951 Q ANGELINE ALOISIO DORIS BROWN MARGARET DONAHUE GEORGE J. HATCH MARY MOSHER HARRY J. SALMON Kappa Kappa Kappa, '28- CARL WRIGHT MARION M. BEESING Y. W. C. A., '28-'30. DOROTHY L. BYRNE ROSE GOODMAN ESTHER HOLBROOK IRENE T. PECOR MILDRED STRUNKE IDA WEXLER 88 ANNE BLOOM JOSEPHINE CRISP MARIE HALLORAN DE ETTE METZ ELSIE RUMBLE EILEEN SULLIVAN I Cure ELMS . vU l gf 193 p f mv Senior Class Song Our S. T. C., wher-e'er we go, We neler forsake your name, Your tower guide us with its light And lead us on to fame. We'll always hear your chimes ring clear Through scenes, beloved anewg And make us strong to honor long Your spirit kind and true. All praises to our Captain, guide, Your goal has been attained: A monument, work of your hands, For this we sing our praise. You labored well in our behalf, To build for us this home- God give you strength to carry on For S. T. C. our own. -CURTIS TRACY 89 gt ii qlze ELMS i ' il i Builders Temples or shacks we'll build each day, We are the potters, the child is the clay. Let us be strong, let us be true, Let us look up to the Work We do! The Way We laugh and the Way We smile, ls really building all the While. Let's build with smiles, not With fears, Let's build with laughter, not with tears! Why not be potters of the soul, Making love our greatest goal! Let's teach the child to live each day, And "buck the job" when it comes his Way. Uurs a profession, true and great, Builders all, let's be up to date! Let,s fit ourselves to meet the test, And if a builder, then the best! "My utmost for the highest," clear, Is our motto for the year, Letls take it up, and live it strong, Let,s make our lives a building song! LQO'nc-,rib C. Vfusswil 90 S JUNIOR X ,Ng ,-5 ZS 4 14 , Q-xc ' 4 f .fx Q A if? iv' 11" 7 Q M 4 5' ., 5 WE ul-15 Hx' '4 E 'A W A Q VI Cm ELMS A OTTENOT ROSEBROCK Mc ENENY MURPHY Junior Degree Offieers MARGARET MCENENY . . Prefident BEATRICE ROSEBROCK . V1'ce-Pnffidcni MARIE MURPHY . . Secrezary ALBERTA OTTENOT . , T1'eaJu1'er 92 X . Tw ELMS ff' Qf 1931 ASQ ? -- f?'r 'K ' N I vi' illiyb XT - 1 ' 22 l F' li K... A it NUS TQ h Tlhe 515-Fil' Q-Q-Npjunxorrolzrfvde , Junior Degree Activities THE Junior Degree Class of '30-'31 is the largest Junior Degree Class in the history of State'Teachers College. At this time, due to an oversupply of teachers, a great many are taking advantage of securing a Bachelor ofScience degree in education or home economics. The first and most important event of the year was the Junior Prom, held at the Twentieth Century Club, December thirtieth. It was a tremendous successl The proceeds were given to Dean Reed to be used for the partial equipment of Social Center B. But the class was really not noticed until February twenty-fourth, when for the first time as a separate unit in the Interclass Sing, they entered, small in number, but great in enthu- siasm. Junior Degree received second place. On March sixth, the members of the class met in the social center for a get-acquainted party. This was the first time they had been together as a class, in a social group. The year has been most successful. A new kind of spirit for the Junior Degree Class has been established, and it is hoped that those who follow Will hold up the standard set for them. 93 IV J-N l, - K I J , 5, ,,, ,M , FLC 2. , ff? JY! 1 ,HQ 17.41 ' f, l jf f rfW'MJ 4Z7Ww ,QM-JM SODHOMORES V' .nfs ,. V ,33 5 1 QE als mr :iw X! w 5 If 4- ' :X 4 V' ja f d 41 14-1: WU iffmfg, fam. L., C1716 ELMS Q VU gf 1951 IQQV WAGNER KEDDIE FISHER HEFFLEY Sophomore Class Officers ALICE I. FISHER . Prefidmt MARY KEDDIE . . Vice-Preyident ETHEL WAGNER . S zcre tary MARY HEFFLEY . T reaf wer 96 C1716 ELMS i VU 0 1 9 3 1 xQUv Sophomore Class Activities HE activities ofthe Sophomorefflass during the period '30-'31 began with the guiding of some three hundred Freshmen about the old college building on the day of registration, September ninth. We felt highly honored that we above all others, should have had the distinct privilege of introducing the last Freshman Class Cto enter that buildingj to our beloved but fast fading Alma Mater, The week of October twentieth was a busy one for all Sophomores who sought to belittle their lower-classmen in a legitimate manner. Beginning on Wediiesday of Freshman Week all Freshies were compelled to obey certain Sophomore rules, demanding that the former do such things as carrying their books in pillow cases, wearing green hair ribbons, and dispensing with cosmetics. This exciting week was brought to a close with an assembly program given by the Sophomores who portrayed the evolution of "Pea-Green Freshmen" into "elegant" Sophomores. F Almost immediately after the announcement that the Interclass Sing would be held on Tuesday, February twenty-fourth, the Sophs plunged into a period of regular rehearsals, and spent hours in making caps and mittens to be worn. They did want to win that Sing! Because ofthe difliculties encountered in arranging rehearsals for teaching and non-teaching sections they found it necessary to send certain girls to the various sections during the ten minutes between classes, and thus conduct rehearsals. On the momentous day, they took their places in the auditorium, forming an S of orange caps and orange mittens, on a background of black caps and orange mittens. The banner which went to them last year is now theirs for another year, and they hope, for another one after that. The traditional Sweater Dance held on St. Patrick's day was the grand Hnale of Sophomore activities. H 97 ZEZWJQVQ W l.fn4.afrv f, W ME f f 41 -'Q'- ,A 4 U "Q Att JCM HlNUlfiX"C B " ' f je? ,M f rf ff A S! " mb. ' , A P f ffm, H I if ff '11, X1 X WHL! nf 22956 I !Qg1UVj:5ZLIlw,,J 4 ,ff' 4 'fffffx xx -. 1' ,f " , JQJQ,-,ffj-F' , Qffly- 'ff' - QA I I 1' I ,4 if Q f CITIQELMS - TRESCH MANLEY RICHARDSON BREWSTER Freshman Class OHSICI-:rs FRANCIS RICHARDSON . .P1'EJ'fdE'IZf HOWARD TRESCH . Vice-President 'E IEFKANCIS MANLEY , Secretary wwf Uyj FRANK BREWSTERI .... . Treafurer ASM- I aj f L 100 q11eELMS 9 0 1931 fiibliv ,MEN I .AL 3 1 ,-.sf H I pi- 1:1 ll l T' rr:-gzcsi-xtvinxm .' Freshman Class Activities A S the school year is rapidly drawing to a close, We are forced to realize that our Freshman Days will soon be a thing ofthe past. Although the activities in which We have participat- ed have not been outstanding, it is to be understood that this year We are the understudies soon to take leading roles among the upperclassmen. We shall always remember the fun of Fresh- man Week, the football games with the Sophs, the interclass basketball tourneys, and the numerous parties We had. All of these Will tend to make this year something more than a memory. Considering all the talent We possess the prospects are very brilliant for the future years. Just watch the Class of 1934! 101 6 KAW Wind . M ,,.,s.+gfK,. ,.,...,.,. WP WWW ' -- ' zM"'fLw1fff:: -1, qw, ,wwymw-, ,V-,,.... K f f-ww WML.,V,-:u.zv,:1iA2wsmw...wY9,:'Lfmmz:JfQ4:,:f1,.v4MZLi2n.1fg,5-4q,g5,'fm XZ ff! ,WZ f :Az 'i ,, " vt 'fe Q . , E3 ---H M Aw l I , mg , Ei? 255 iw .5 fm gf ff? W 1 fffx 555 als . 'x ein , W iz f ar st 1 , Q, 1 E 5' 'Ii ' 14 J' ' ,- 55: . fi if Y' , S MIZLQM. xg, f, 11- 1,,,A...1,' V , 1 ' , , , , Y v i ACTI ITIES Y ' 7 - ..g,1-aww . A- Va -,H w.,,,, if V , WN.- ,W ,MMA , ,.,, ,, ,-,,,- ,N , I MMM, FRATEIINIT IES Nw f Q in Qi, YM-il llfaxgmwkm ? f 21' , Q N ,oy N 1 -af 5W, 5 45 f 'qugv 3 va 3 T IMI? Vllsx f 617161-ELMS I , E, , QUV REYNOLDS, HEFFLEY, SCHARLOCK, MANSFIELD, BEARE, FISHER SIMMONS, WILSON, MARLEY, ISAACSON, SLATER, KERSTEN, STEINBACH CARMODY, MURPHY, PAGE, MRS. NYE, DOELMAN Panhellenic Association FRANCES PAGE . GRACE LESHER LIDA DURANT . MARIE MURPHY MRS. NYE OFFICERS 104 . . . Prffident C0r1'e'fp0ndi1zg Sfcretary Rzcording Sfcretary . . Treczfurer , Faculty Advifer II C1716 ELMS IM- A .. vu: Q gf 1 9 3 FRANCES PAGE Panhellenic Association Members DOROTHY MARLEY AGNES ISAACSON MYRTLE MANSFIELD MARGARET KERSTEN BERTHA REYNOLDS ELEANOR SCHARLOCK GLADYS SLATER ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA BEATRICE SIMMONS ALPHA SIGMA TAU IRMA CARMODY DELTA SIGMA EPSILON CANDACE DOELMAN PI DELTA THETA LIDA DURANT PI KAPPA SIGMA MARIE MURPHY SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA GRACE LESHER THETA SIGMA UPSILON FRANCES PAGE 105 ORCADA SINCLAIR JEAN BEARE MARY HEFFLEY ELIZABETH WEBER HELEN STEINBACH ALICE FISHER NORMA WILSON R' CD10 ELMS ' X ,. f A 19 1 A HALL, S EALANDER, DALY SIMMONS, BREMS, FALRNER, POWERS, OTTENOT, DUFFY HALLER, BURNS, CORCORAN, MISS SMALL, GORHAM, REISS, SINCLAIR BURNES, JEMISON, MARLEY, GREENWOOD, PULS WINIFRED ALLEN RUTH BREMS MARION BURNES MARGARET MARY BURNS THELMA CORCORAN MARGARET DALY DOROTHY DUFFY MADELINE FALKNER ALICE GORHAM ELEANOR GREENWOOD Alpha Sigma Alpha MEMBERS Q - 1 zi Q DQEE9' LAURA HALL 106 LORRAINE HALLER GERALDINE JEMISON DOROTHY MARLEY ALBERTA OTTENOT MARY POWERSUXY LGU RUTH PULS EDITH REISS HARRIET SEALANDER BEATRICE SIMMONS ORCADA SINCLAIR JJ'-' ff IU WJ I VU s CUMELNXS B f"! 0 1931 FPV DOROTHY MARLEY . ELEANOR GREENWOOD MARION BURNES . WINIFRED ALLEN . RUTH PULS . GERALDINE JEMISON . DOROTHY DUFFY . ALBERTA OTTENOT , Miss SMALL . DOROTHY MARLEY Alpha Sigma Alpha OFFICERS 107 . President . Vice-Prefident . Recording Secretary . Graduate Secrelary . Treafnrer . Chaplain . Registrar T Editor . Faculty Advifer heELMS Q V175 0 1931 Ifilmv PROZELLER, DIVER, FEW, ROCHE, RECH DE MOND, LARSON, JEWET, O,DAY, DONOVAN, EWELL, OONSTAELE REYNOLDS, MONK, MCNAIR, BORST, MISS HURD, MISS CHAPMAN, GREEN, BRINK, BOLDT, HORA ZDARSKY, CARMODY, OLEGG, NESSELBECK, ISAACSON, PETERSON, BEARE, CRUICKSHANKR EUGENIA BEARE DORIS BOLDT MARION BORST CATHARINE BRINK IRMA CARMODY MARY CLEGG DORIS CONSTABLE PEARL CRUICKSHANK RUTH DE MOND MARGARET DIVER DOROTHY DONOVAN CAROLYN EWELL KATHERINE FEW DOROTHY GREEN 9 Lp-og, man? Alpha Sigma Tau MEMBERS SWE 5 S K. I , f f Wg J ' 108 J 1 4 5 in 4 f--. K, C, xr QGLRL GLN, l JESSIE HARDY HAZEL HORA AGNES ISAACSON EDNA JEWET ALICE LARSON LORRAINE MONK ANNETTA MCNAIR VIRGINIA NESSELBECK EILEEN O,DAY ELSIE PETERSON RUTH RECH HELEN SUE REYNOLDS VIRGINIA ROCHE MAE ZDARSKY Q fl71eELMS L . al . ' A WJ 0 1931 AGNES ISAACSON ' . JESSIE HARDY . . VIRGINIA NESSELBECK MARY CLEGG . . ELSIE PETERSON . MAE ZDARSKY . . PEARL CRUICKSHANK. Mlss CHAPMAN. AGNES ISAACSON Alpha Sigma Tau OFFICERS 109 . Prefiriznt . Vice-Prffident . Recording Secretary Correfponding Secretary . . E . TTKdJuT6T . H iftorian . C uftodian Faculty Acivifer W' ffff J ff r' CD16 Q YQ !! 0 1931 I HOLME, sTORIvIs, HOTH, STRIRER PLANT, KEDDIE, GENTNER, DOELMAN, HEFFLEY MORGAN, MILLER, GRAVES, COWELL, UPSON, BUDDENHAGEN, HOLISTEIN, COURTNEY SPEARS, ALLAN, ECKHARDT, MANSFIELD, MESSINGER, HUBER, MOULTON ADALINE ALLAN RUTH BUDDENHAGEN JOSEPHINE COLBY GRACE COURTNEY NORMA COWELL CANDACE DOELMAN MARJORIE ECKHARDT MARGARET GENTNER HELEN GRAVES MARY HEFFLEY MARIE HOLME HELEN HOLSTEIN . 1 Delta Sigma Epsilon MEMBERS 9 111 ! gan 2 " M RUTH HOTH 110 ETHEL HUBER MARY KEDDIE MYRTLE MANSFIELD MARTHA MESSINGER ELSIE MILLER BETTY MORGAN JEAN MOULTON MARY PLANT JEAN SPEARS EDNA STORMS PAULINE STRIKER DOROTHY UPSON 53? 617142 ELMS vU 1 9.1: 1 9 3 1 QUV MYR'1'LE MANSFIELD 1 Delta Sigma Epsilon OFFICERS MYRTLE MANSFIELD . Prefident JOSEPHINE COLBY . Vice-Prefidentv ETHEL HUBER , . . Trfasnrer MARTHA MESSINGER MARJORIE ECKHARDT JEAN SPEARS . ADALINE ALLAN JEAN MOULTON CANDACE DOELMAN Miss HOUSTON 111 . Recording Secretary Correfponding Secrezary . Hiftorian . Sfrgeanf . . . Chaplain Senior Panhellenir Reprefeiitatiw . . F acuity Advifer X k 5 X x Y If R L The ELMS L . f 1 A 1 4 xx. X , X! WALLMEYER, COLLINS, INGLESBEE Q X , J XX X X xx . X' X 5 Xxx ,J ' 3 JANIC COLLINS R-LQDA URANT LUCIMLNE-LIGNGLESEEE MAIQQEARET KERSTEN THELMA KLINE HELEN MALONEY HELEN MARKMAN MARIAN O,BYRNE RAMSAY, TAUFNER, O BYRNE, ROTHENMEYER SCHMIDT, MALONEY, MRS. NYE, DURANT, KLINE MARKMAN, WEBER, KERSTEN, YAEGER, SCHUSTER Pi Deltai Theta MEMBERS SWF?- L IN K . a Q , E mlllllllllnn lllllllllIn E : gn" EI1 I'- Kf E 5 si in...um-m......-.I-W5 Qlc' . " - E 2 1 sf? if E -E 11-Q - mnmmmme' 37 1 if wig' :AHRE-. E "' ,SQ E. : U: WML -s'.f.3'.'fr 44 ugh, - .:,:.f., :mg X JANE RAMSAY 112 RUTH ROTHENMEYER JANICE SCHMIDT DORIS SCI-IUSTER ELVERA TXAUFNER ANN WALLMEYER LAURA WARD BETTY WEBER MILDRED YAEGER E C1716 ELMS , vU " Q 0 1931 QU fsijiyxv .mf Q, 'E .'L,5?, ar f, , 'T fi?- fj.- E 3? MARGARET KERSTEN Pi Delta Theta OFFICERS MARGARET KERSTEN . Prefideni BETTY WEBER . . Vita-Prefidfnt MILDRED YAEGER . Sgcond Vice-Prefident DORIS SCHUSTER . . Trenfnrer HELEN MARKMAN . Secretary MARION O,BYRNE , Regifimv' JANICE SCHMIDT A . . Chaplain LIDA DURANT . . Senior Reprefentazive BETTY WEBER . . junior Reprefentative RUTH ROTHENMEYER. Editor 113 E g qTLe13lQDVlE5 :I k Il, ff 1921 D Mlwm LG.IfQmAA RENNING, O,MARA MERRIMAN, LEVINE, RINDONE, OWENS, PILSON NEILL, DALEY, SLATER, MISS MC MAHON, SWARTZ, EARLL, FOISSET SHETLER, MURPHY, STEINBACH, REYNOLDS, WESTCOTT, NORTON, WOODS MARION BAUMGARTEN ESTHER BLISS VIRGINIA DALEY ALICE EARLL MARGARET FOISSET RUTH LEVINE WILHELMINE MERKLE BETTY MERRIMAN MARIE MURPHY MARY NEILL EVELYN NORTON MARGARET O,MARA Pi Kappa'Sigma MEMBERS 9.111141 4714.9 il .4 A S CATHERINE GWENS 114 ELIZABETH PILSON THELMA RENNING BERTHA REYNOLDS MARY RINDONE BEATRICE ROSEBROCK VIRGINIA SHERET FRANCES SI-IETLER CLARIBEL SLATER HELEN STEINBACH BERTHA SWARTZ HELEN WESTCOTT MARGARET WOODS s CIMELMS 9 U 0 1 95 1 fikxxv BERTHA REYNOLDS . HELEN SLTEINBACH . MARION BAUMGARTEN MARIE MURPHY MARGARET WOODS . HELEN WESTCOTT . EVELYN NORTON. FRANCES SHETLER . WILHELMINE MERKI,E Miss MCMAHON . BERTHA REYNOLDS Pi Kappa Sigma OFFICERS 115 . Preficiefnl . 'Vice-Prffidenl Rfcording Secretary Correfponding Secretary Correfpomiing Editor . Treafurfr . Pres: Agent Kezper of Archivex Sergeant-at-Army . Faculty Advifer i The ELMS I i E' I " 4 "- I X, ' 0 I 5 19 'ii DYKSTRA, FISHER, TORRENCE, GORMAN, WENDE ALVORD, BRACKETT, BLYTH, CHALMERS, RUTLAND, ROSE MISS ROEHSLER, BIESINGER, SCHARLOCK, GARRETT, SWEENEY LOUISE ALVORD ELEANOR BIESINGER RETA BLYTH KAROLYN BRACKETT BEATRICE CHALMERS GERALDINE CORCORAN FRANCES DYKSTRA ALICE FISHER DOROTHY GARRETT HELEN GORIVIAN U Sigma Sigma Sigma MEMBERS XG 'Qian' I W1 Z:I,IIlNW5"I1" 'I1'i' " IS, X l 16 GRACE LESHER VIRGINIA ROSE CLAIRE RUTLAND ELEANOR SCHARLOCK ANITA SENEGAL KATHRYN SWEENEY JANE TORRENCE KATHARINE VAN LOAN BERNARDINE WENDE VIRGINIA WHETSTONE T' CIMELMS 9 S - 'Q .P .M 0 1931 ELEANOIR SCHARLOCK. DOROTHY GARREIT ELEANOR BIESINGER ANiTA SENEGAL GRACE LESHER KATHRYN SWEENEY BEATRICE CHALMERS Miss ENGLEBRECK 1 Miss ROEHSLER f ELEANOR SCHARLOCK Sigma Sigma Sigma OFFICERS . Prefident . Vice-Prmident . . Trfafurer C07'7'6'J'pO7LLl77:7lg Sfcrezary . Recording S ffre tary Kffpff of Graaff . Sentinel . Farulty Adviferf 117 Q We ELMS .Z 'A l u lx 0 4 A VU E ? 0 O 5 V SNYDER, PAGE, KERN, MRS. KIDENEY, STARR, MEAD, O,DONOGHUE DOROTHY GLASSER VIRGINIA KERN INA MEAD LILIANE O,DONOGHUE GLASSER, SLATER, WILSON Theta Sigma Upsilon MEMBERS 3 2 NORMA WILSON 118 FRANCES PAGE GLADYS SLATER HAZEL SNYDER MILDRED STARR cm ELMS I vu 0 1931 fa? uv GLADYS SLATER DOROTHY GLASSER VIRGINIA KERN FRANCES PAGE . NORMA WILSON 22. ' A . I .: GLADYS S LATER Theta Sigma Upsilon OFFICERS 119 . Preficient . Vim-Prefidfnl . . Trmsurfr Senior Reform enzfative fufnior Reprefmmtizfe EA Cm ELMS Xxx H ui at Ay - ' V 0 MOULTON, CONSTABLE, DIVER CARMODY, DU RANT, LEVINE, MISS CAUDELL, DALY, STEINBACH, DOELMAN RUTH BUDDENHAGEN ESTHER PARTU BLISS IRMA CARMODY ' DORIS CONSTABLE MARGARET DALY MARGARET DTVER CANDACE DOELMAN BLISS, MITCHELL, BUDDENHAGEN, KERSTEN Phi Upsilon , Omicron MEMBERS LIDA DU RANT MARGARET KERSTEN RUTH LEVINE EDNA MITCHELL JEAN MOULTON HELEN STEINBACH PAULINE STRIKER The ELMS gr, o 1931 RUTH BUDDENHAGEN ESTHER- PARTU Buss MARGARET KERSTEN PAULINE STRIKER DORIS CONSTABLE IRMA CARMODY JEAN MOULTON RUTH BUDDENHAGEN Phi Upsilon Omicron OFFICERS 121 Preficifnl Vice-Prefidenl Sfcretary Treax 'mer C hajolain Edizor Hiftorian he EL 5 g U A ' 951 I Quvp 2 1 I 1 kj I WILLIAM ANDERSON CLARE ARMSTRONG JOHN BATTAGLIA EVERETT BENNETT LESTER BURKE JOHN BUTLER LOUIS CECIL JOHN CRAINE ARTHUR EATON JOHN R. EVANS MARIO FONTANA LYNCH, EATON, TUCHOLSKI BUTLER, BURKE, BENNETT, ARMSTRONG MANISCALCO, CRAINE, FONTANA, CECIL, MONTELONE EVANS, THOMAS, FRANK, HUPP, BATTAGLIA - Kappa Kappa Kappa MEMBERS A .!. f EUGENE FRANK GLEESON HUPP EDWIN KIRK NORBERT LYNCH SALVATORE MANISCALCO 'THOMAS MONTELONE HARRY SALMON WILLIAM SCHILL EARL SENGBUSH RALPH THOMAS FRED TUCHOLSKI I T". K 61 ' jr ' 'f I L! 122 ' " ' I A E 5 If A We ELMS U 'ih' Q76 1951 mv E Kappa Kappa Kappa OFFICERS EUGENE FRANK . . Prefidfnt XVILLIAIVL SCHILL . Vice-Prefidfnt JOHN R. EVANS . Treafurer GLEESON HUP? . . . Secretary RALPH THOMAS. Correfponding Secretary LOUIS CECIL , . . . Chaplain JOHN BATTAGLIA . SE7'gKd11f-df-141'77l.Y ARTHUR EATON. . Grand Provident EVERETT BENNETT . . Grand Trfa.rure1' 123 X I I ' The ELMS A , VU 6 1 , H o 1 931 qi BUSH, SCHRIER, TELLER, EDDY ROBERTS, MOREY, BROWN, BAUMLER, GRIFFIN, BORKOWSKI SZARLACKI, ORENTURF, QUACKENBUSH, HUCKINS, PHILLIPPI, BANKS, BENNETT SULLIVAN, WILLIAMS, MURPHY, WILLIS, LEWIS HMA. HAROLD BANKS WILLIAM BECKER F. GORDON BENNETT JOSEPH H. BORKOWSKI LYALL BUSH GORDON EDDY RUSSELL GRAUER PAUL GRIFFIN V GEORGE HATCH 'fzZ'7f7A'7 If I ANTHONY KRZYZANOWSKI A A KEITH LEWIS I ,X I' 'Aj-ffuv-zvxffjf I ,Wjf PSI Phi MEMBERS Q ff JOHN MCCREADY 124 8 'N STI, X313 I. HAROLD MOREY H. GEORGE MURPHY ' DANIEL PAOLUCCI A WILLIAM PIKE AXJOHN ROBERTS L.-EDWARD SCHRIER f PX' , AURICE SULLIVAN DWARD SZARLACKI PLA, I ALBERT GPELLER M A 'PAUL WILLIAMS ,ff ARTHUR WILLIS I IU ' J I X . A .I 3 J v QI Qi: 1 9 3 1 Qgffluv H. GEORGE MURPHY PAUL WILLIAMS . ARTHUR WILLIS ' 7 WILLIAM I. BECKER . KEITH LEWIS . WILLIAM PIKE . . EDWARD L. SZARLACKI JOSEPH H. BORKOWSKI f .1 GEORGE MURPHY Psi Phi OFFICERS . . . Pmidm: . . I. .N . . Vice-Prefiaifnt ,Q7"'4-1 , Correfponding Secretary . . F i1g1,7mciiz'Z xSfcretafy' . Treaxurer . Chaplain Sargeant-at-Arm: , Editor 125 ORGANIZATIONS X4 -.5 5 ll! M'Wlll5xf.!N:'E 5 nil!! f y a! ' W IN: ,1 if ,. III Q ff' ,. 4 ' W -43 W ' 7 ind! f ul fx :tl I h ELMS Eg e FOX, BORKOWSKI, WILLIS, WIEDEMAN, RAMSAY DALEY, SNYDER, OTTENOT, STABY, NAGLE, MURPHY, ALFANO RALPH, RILEY, WENDE, RUTLAND, BURNES BEATRICE ROSEBROCK RUTH ROTHENMEYER ALBERTA OTTENOT DORA STABY VIRGINIA DALEY The Elms Staff ASSISTANTS Art and Photography PAULINE FOX Litfmry MARIE ALFANO School Newf Buxineff ADA SNYDER MARIE MURPHY ARTHUR WILLIS Typift CHARLOT MOEHLAU 128 HOWARD WIEDEMAN MARIE HOLME GEORGE MANN JANE RAMSAY MILDRED NAOLE C1T1eELMS Q VU LST' 0 1931 fvv M W ' MARIAN RILEY BERNARDINE WENDE BERNARDINE WENDE MARIAN RILEY DOROTHY RALPH CLAIRE RUTLAND MARION BURNES MISS KEMPIKE . The Elms Staff EDITORIAL BOARD 129 . Editor-in-Chief . Biuineff Manager Art and Photography Editor . .I Literary Editor . School News Editor . Faculty Adviffr ' JCTMEL S ' K, " ' J A w i v , 19 1 QI DETRICK, FRANK, SIEGEL, LYNCH, WILLIS, YORK DONOVAN, HENDERSON, SPEARS, MC GAMWELL, GOFF, SIMON, SPAULDING, HOGAN SCHULTZ, CANADA, FOX, MAUTE, GRIFFIN, DOELMAN, JOHNSTON. GRABENSTATTER, FRANK, THOMAS, DONAHUE, DOUGLASS, STRIKER, COPPOLA, KIRK, KIRSHNER GRETCHEN SCHULTZ MARY HOGAN MARY PLANT CANDACE DOELMAN MARGARET GOFF JEAN SPEARS ETHEL ROKITA JEAN CANADA MARJORIE GRIFFIN ETHEL GRABENSTATTER DOROTHY SMITH THERESA PENFILI The Record ASSISTANTS PAULINE FOX VIRGINIA ESTERHAY CLARA CORRITORE ALICE DONOVAN MARGARET GRENTNER JANET MACGAMWELL ELIZABETH MURPHY MARY MONOGHAN RUTH ROTHENMEYER TYPISTS LORRAINE FRANK WIONA SIMON VINCENZO COLLISCHIA MARIE MAUTE 130 EVA MAYER MARGARET GOFF MARJORIE GRIFFIN MILDRED LEVITAN HELEN JOHNSTON JOSEPH BARKAWSH ARTHUR WILLIS LESLIE DETRICK NORBERT LYNCH AUDREY HENDERSON THOMAS MANTELCONE RUTH DRENNER T o Ti ELMS ,. v oe 1931 1 THERESA COPPOLA PAULINE STRIKER E. PAULINE STRIKER HARRY S. DOUGLASS LILLIAN DEEMER ARTHUR YORK WL RALPH THOMAS J ' FLORA DONAHUE EDWIN KIRK . EUGENE FRANK ABRAHAM SIEGEL THERESA COPPOLA MAX KIRSHNER JOSEPH HOEFFLER The Record STAFF 131 . Editor New: Editor . Literary Editor . F eature Editorx . Comment . Sport: Editor . Sporty Affiftartt . Art Editor Bufineyf Manager . Cireulatiort . Proof Reader 1931V '11 filuxv VIRGINIA GANGLOFF Student Handbook Commlttee VIRGINIA GANGLOFF, IRMA GROTKE LESTER HANNAN VERNA MARSIIALL ELIZABETH MURPHY CHARLES SCHILLING 132 Chairman LUQELMS 9 vu jill 0 1931 fci'3iiv MARY HEFFLEY EUGENE FRANK N. S. F. A. HE National Student Federation of America held its sixth Annual Congress at Atlanta, Georgia, with Agnes Scott College and Georgia Tech as hosts, from December 29, 1930 to January 2, 1931. Two delegates from' State Teachers College met with about three hundred students repre- senting two hundred and seventy-five colleges and universities throughout the country. The president of the Federation, Mr. Edward Murrow, sounded the keynote of theecon- gress as a linking-up of emotional enthusiasm and a hard-headed, dynamic drive toward a definite object. A new National board of advisers was elected to act as liaison between students and the outside world. Noteworthy accomplishments ofthe Federation during 1930 include the bringing to Amer- ica of four foreign debating teams, the inauguration of a Weekly News Release, and twice weekly broadcasts through the courtesy of the Columbia Broadcasting System. An information bureau has been started for the purpose of shedding light on problems which arise in various college situations. Foreign students are receiving consideration, and much work is being done in that line, as well as that of student travel to Europe and other continents. . Problems of world-wide interest: the tariff, prohibition, and unemployment constituted the three main issues ofthe sixth annual Congress. Next year "State" plans to be well represented at the seventh annual conference during the Christmas holidays at the University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio. 133 i g C1-116 v , t ' E Y ' so H " ,. O 1 0 19 so O O EDDINGER, EIGENBROD, FRANK, BUSH HEEELEY, WENDE, STRIKER, BAUMGARTEN, BELLANCA ISAACSON, Miss THOMAS, DR. NEUMANN, DEAN REED, MR. BRADLEY, GANGLOFE, MARLEY EDDY, RALPH, MOULTON, SOHARLOCK, YORK i Executive Council of Students, Association OFFICERS JEAN MOULTON . Prefidenr GORDON EDDY . . Vice-President ARTHUR YORK . . Secretary MARGARET RALPH . . Treafurer 134 kdm Cnie ELMS y vu Q 0 1931 G fiqv f5.,R U , X X ,. . .7 I"-f K I K I! ,. I4 In R ' , r -.4 '- 'g - -' ,ji JEAN MOULTON EXecutive.COuncil Of Students' Association FRANCES BELLANCA . . ....... Election: LYLE BUSH . . . Section DOROTHY MARLEY . . Difcipline MARION. BAUMGARTEN . . N. S. F. A. VIRGINIA GANGLOFF . . . Handbook MARY HEFFLEY . Student Affenibly PAULINE STRIKER . . "Record" Editor BERNARDINE WENDE . . ELMS Editor JOHN EIGENBROD . . . . A. A. Prefident NORMAN EDDINGER . . Scnolnnhip Reprffentntioo COUNCIL RE-ELECTIONS EUGENE FRANK ' AGNES ISAACSON ELEANOR SCHARLOCK FACULTY ADVISERS DEAN REED MR. BRADLEY DR. NEUMANN Mlss THOMAS 135 X7 C1116 Orchestra LAURA LONGAIXER . . Prefidfnt GLADYS REID ..A.... . Secretary-Trmfurer I T ' . ALVIN KEstER . . . . U Librarian FLORENCE DOMINIC ..... . An-ismnt Librarian 136 VU 0 1931 q NQUV E he ELMS ALICE FISHER LAURA LONGARER AMELIA SUPPES HENRY RICHARDS GLADYS REID VIRGINIA ROTH EVELYN HARONEY ADELINE KRAUSKOPF HELEN STEINBACH MARY POWERS MARY NEELON MARION O,BYRNE RUTH DUNKELBEROER LESTER HANNAN LUCILLE SALLACK Piano VIVIAN SCHULTZ Orchestra MEMBERS lf'z'olin5 Clarinet: JOSEPH MUNI Flozef Cello Freneh Horn Cornet JOSEPH ALIUENDUIOER Drumf JOHN MCCREADY 137 HAROLD LINDNER IRENE GRIFFIN FLORENCE DOMINIC MARION JOHNSON MARVIN PITTERMAN CARL WRIGHT LILLIAN NOLAN ESTHER KAHLER EDWARD SCHULTZ HARRIET NULLER ANTHONY TODARO JOYCE DUNKELBERGER MARTIN BROPHY MAURICE SULLIVAN ALVIN KESER Trombone JANE SEARLE Q C1716 ELMS ,, , R U:Q 19 R Env Senior Girls' Glee Club RUTH CARMAN . RUTH BREMS . DORIS BECKER . MARGARETTA KERSPERSKE Miss SPEIR . OFFICERS 138 . Prefident Vim-Prefidenz' . Secretary . Trmfurer . Director 41-- 'ANTH X? I The EL Q W, 0 1931 Rajiv ANNA BLOOM PAULINE BOTTY MARY BRADY GRACE CRANE LEONA DAVIS CANDACE DOELMAN FLORA DONAHUE MARGARET FOISSET MARGARET GUENER THELMA CORCORAN DORIS BEICKER DORIS BOLDT HELEN BOYLE RUTH BREMS VIRGINIA CONDON JOSEPHINE ACKERMAN ADALINE ALLAN RUTH CARMAN RUTH DUNKELBERGER ALICE FISHER MARIE HOLME Senior Girls' Glee Club MEMBERS FIU! Soprafrzo ROSE GOODMAN MARY HEFFLEY HAZEL HOIKA ETHEL HUBER BERNICE KAISER MARY KEDDIE MARGARETTA KERSPERSKE RUTH LEE Sammi Soprano GERTRUDE CONNORS MARJORIE ECKHARDT LORRAINE FRANK ETHEL GRABENSTATTER HELEN HOLSTEIN MARGARET IVANCIC Alto HELEN HUNT EMANELLA METZ VIOLET NOTTER EVY OTS MARGARET RALPH 139 JOSEPHINE MAGGIO ELIZABETH MORGAN MARY 0,NEILL GLADYS REID I FREDA REUTER MARY RUSSELL ELVERA STRACHAN ELIZABETH WEBER NORMA WILSON AILEEN MORRISON JANE RAMSEY LUCILLE SALLACK ANNE SCHMUCKLER JANE SEARLES FRANCES SHETLER MARY RINDONE RUTH SALLACK ROMAYNE SHALLER JEAN SPEARS EDITH ST. JOHN ETHEL ZUBKOEE I he ELMS F A H 0 1951 QQ, I HORTENSE O,DELL. HELEN BONERB VIRGINIA AUSTIN HELEN BAHLER RITA BLYTH HELEN BONERB GENEVIEVE BRINR MARIE CARTER VINCENZA COLICCHIA EILEEN COOK ELSIE CURTISS JANET CROMWELL RUTH DAGGETT ANGELA DALEY Junior Girls' Glee Club . Prwidenzf ANGELA DALEY Vicf-Prwidenz RUTH DAGGETT MEMBERS IENNIE DOIVIICO RUTH DRENNEN RUTH GELLMEN ALICE GERVEN DOROTHY GLASSER DORIS HOLCOME BERNICE I-IELEER ROBY HYDE MERIUM KREASON DOROTHY KROG OLIVE LA BUEf' FLORENCE LEVENDOSKI AILENE MARVIN MARIE MAST ELIZABETH MCCLA'I'CHY DOROTHY MAYO FRANCES MORAN FREDA MEYER LOTS MILLER MARJORIE MORELANU DOROTHY NIXON HORTENSE O,DELL ELSAJEAN PANROW VIRGINIA PARR v'Y q K v '71 -. Treafurer Secretary RUTH PHILLIPS GERALDINE RONVLEY MARIAN RICKARD HAZEL SCHUESCHLER FRANCES SCIBETTA WINONA SIMON ELSIE SLATER BERNICE STORMS VIRGINIA SMITH STEPHONIA ZAIACZEK BERTHA SWARTZ Rf ,af CILAELMS - ,I V 0 1951 A f +4 X STUMPF, LEWIS, KOCH WILSON, EDDY, MURPHY, BROPHY, PAXSON, KOENIG ORENTURF, KERCHENBAUM, RESTORPE, FOSTER, LINDNER, DIETRICH, BALDWIN GIANBELLVED, DOBBINS, MILLER, RUSSELL, SHANRER, BITTERMAN, THORPE, PATTI HUTCHINSON, SULLIVAN, CRAINE, MANLEY, MANISCALCO JOHN CRAINE . FRANCIS MANLEY . SALVATORE NIANISCALCO M. BITTERMAN JOHN CRAINE LESLIE DETRICR DONALD DOBBINS HOWARD GEORGE SAMUEL HANDLER WESLEY HUTCHINSON JOSEPH KERCHENBAUM Men'S Glee Club OFFICERS MEMBERS FRED KOCH GEORGE KOENIG HAROLD LINDNER SALVATORE MANISCALCO FRANCIS MANLEY ul 7' WILLIAM MARTIN ELMER MILLER H. GEORGE MURPHY ,I 11 . Prefidmt . A . Vic:-Pmfident Sec1'eta1'y and Treafurev' JOSEPH PATTI EDWARD PAXSON IRVING RESTORFF LEONARD RUSSELL HARRY SIMONTON HERBERT STUMPF ALBERT THORPE FRANCIS WIERZBOWSKI I " I I I, , U IQ Q gf 1931 , figmv , I X' I . ' X . 4, ,f ffvv-f 1 ,ifv Y-if 1 RUSSELL, RESTORFE, MANLEY, BALDWINFIQILLER RICHARDS, EARBER, MURPHY, GARNISH, BOLTON, METS, PATII LYNCH, DAGGETT, CHISLEY, BRANDT, NIXON, BUROESS, DAVIS, LONGAKER BIANDELLO, WAONER, COATS, BOTTY, FRIED, KOCH, MISS GOOSSEN PAULINE BOTIY . FRED KOCH" . NELSON BIONDOLILLO LAWRENCE BUTLER . DAVID COOTS . SARAH FREED . ETHEL VVAGNER Dramatic Club OFFICERS 142 . Prffident Vice-Pres ident . . Trfaiurfr Correfponding Secretary Recording Secretary . Publifity Agent Sczrgeanl-at-Armf ' ,UU E? QZQEHQNGS W7 EI 0 1931 ZOOM LONG, COOK, BRINK SIMSON, LOREE, MILLER, HALL, HOUSTON, BRACKETT AUSTIN, CARMICHAEL, OSTREJNSKI, LEINS, KOREY, HOGAN, PERRY WIERZBOWSKI, RENNING, WO-ITOWICZ, FOX, NEIDERPRUEM, REYNOLDS, RILEY PAULINE Fox . THELMA RENNING . IRENE WOJTOWICZ . MARY REYNOLDS . MARION NEIDERPRUEM NEVA AUSTIN CONSTANCE BAECHER L. BORKOWSKI KAROLYN BRACKETT GENE BRINK RUTH CARMICHAEL Art Kraft Klub OFFICERS MEMBERS KATHERINE HALL MARY HOGAN EDITH KELVER AGNES KOREY RUTH LEINS MARION LONG GERALDINE LOREE 143 , . P7'EJidZ71f . Vice-Prffident . . Secretary Corrffponding Secrfmry . . Treczfurer HARRIET MILLER HELEN OSTREJNSKI DOROTHY RILEY FRANCES STROOD HOWARD WEIDEMANN HELEN WORCESTER WWPV CIMELMS A' CANDACE DOELMAN THELMA CORCORAN JEAN SPEARS . ORCADA SINCLAIR Miss TURNER Y. W. C. A. OFF TCERS . . . Prefidenz Vice-Prefidfnz . Treafurer . S ffre tary FACULTY ADVISERS Miss DUPRE Miss THOMAS 144 The ELMS vi-7 0 1931 uv JENORA BENTLEY . DORIS BOLDT . THELMA RENNING . RUTH BUDDENHAGEN. ALICE KINNE . . RUTH DUNKELBERGER MARY RINDONE , MARY PLANT . CANDACE DOELMAN Y. W. C. A. CABINET 145 . . Program Memberfhip . Publicity . . Firzafnce' World Fellozwhip Religioiu Education . Song Book "R ecor ai" Reporter I 0 193 fiikmv GRAVES, GRAGKEN, WALDEN, HARDY, DALY, NEEDHAM MORGAN, ROGHE, LEVINE, COURTNEY Home Economics Club OFFICERS RUTH LEVINE . . Prefident VIRGINIA ROCHE . . Vice-President BETTY MORGAN , . Treafurer GRACE COURTNEY . . . Secretary MISS KEEVER . . Faculty Aciviier CABINET -IESSIE HARDY DOROTHY UPSON ALICE LARSON HELEN GRAVES MARGARET DALY LOUISE MAGCRAGKEN NELLIE WALDEN JANET NEEDI-IAM 146 Cm ELMS VU ff 1951 raw Nu Lambda Sigma I OFFICERS COLETTE SHEEDY . . . I . Prefidenz GERALDINE RANKIN5 Vice-Prefident MARGARET BUNCE . . . Trfafurer RUTH DUNKELBERGER . Recording Sefrztary MILDRED YAEGER . I . . Correyponding Secretary MEMBERS WINIFRED ALLEN ETI-IEL BLEY MARGARET BUNCE JOSEPHINE COLBY RUTH DUNKELBERGER LILLIAN DEENIER CANDACE DOELMAN RUTH ECKHARDT VIRGINIA GANGLOFF EVELYN HARONEY 1-L7 TI-IELMA HECK RUTH HOTH AGNES ISAACSON MARY KEDDIE EVELYN NORTON GERALDINE RANKINS COLETTE SHEEDY JEAN SPEARS ANN WALLMEYER MILDRED YAEGER T' Cum ELMS vu A 0 1931 QW Non-Residents, Association OFFICERS LILLIAN OXDONOGHUE . .' , MARY LEWIS . MILDRED STARR RUTH HEELAS . ADELINE STEELE GRACE HEVVITT EDITH ST. JOHN INA MEAD LILLIAN GREER. CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 148 . P ref infant Vice-Prefidfnt . Sfcrftary . Treafmer Home Economic: . Frfihmzn . Sophomore' funior Degrfe . Senior VU 'QM 0 1931 filw Current Events Club OFFICERS ELINOR MAEDER . ALFREDA PUGELL , HAZEL HESSINGER . GERTRUDE GAVIN HAZEL ELLER . DR, CRANSTON . MEMBERS GRACE BALDWIN FLORENCE BARNACK FRANCES CISZEK CLARA CORRITORE RAFFAE DE ANGELIS ALICE DEHECK AGNES EAGON HAZEL ELLER ' CATHERINE FRAWLEY GERTRUDE GAVIN MARGARET WooDs 149 . Pfefzdent . Vice-Prfndent . . Secretam CO7'7'EJ'P07'l6i1'7Zg Szcreiaq . Treafurev . Facul!y14a'vz5fr LILLIAN GREAR RosE GROSS HAZEL HESSINGER MARJORIE HOGUE MARGARET LAHIFF ELINOR MAEDER EVELYN MURNEY ANNE O,MALLEY ALFREDA PUGELL VERONICA WHALEN V W HLETI AIIIA 4' X 1110 Q xi? smi 3? 2.4!-' ' 4 1 ELMS MR. GRABAU EIGENBROD Miss HOUSTON EARLL Athletut ASSOC13t10H JOHN EIGENBROD . . Prefident ALICE EARLL . . Secretary-Treafurer I miiSGI-iiZiiION E . Faculty Adviffff 152 The ELMS ,, t 0 1931 t Si? V, c Q"-91' MANN SIMONTON i a The Athletic Association INCE its inception more than a decade ago, the Athletic Association has guided and man- aged the sports program ofthe State Teachers College. During that period, it has success- fully carried out the established program, while, at the same time, it has been instrumental in the introduction of several new forms of athletic endeavor. Membership in this organization becomes automatic when the Blanket tax is paid at the opening of each semester. Thus all regularly registered students are eligible to participate in sports and to attend all home games of the school teams. Almost all of the authority of this body is vested in a Board of Control, consisting of a President and Secretary-Treasurer, each of whom is elected from the student body at largeg and two members ofthe Faculty-one having direct connection with women's athletics and one responsible for the men's activities. This group, meeting whenever there is direct neces- sity, decides on the policies to be followed in all intercollegiate contests in which State is a participant, on the eligibility of team members and on matters affecting the entire athletic situation in general. ' It also has jurisdiction in the awarding of letters, emblems and insignia as rewards for services rendered. -JOHN H. EIGENBROD 153 I 1 1 C1116 ELMS 7 SANFORD, BATTAGLIA, BRABAU, RUSSELL, KETCHAM KENNETH CLUGSTON ARTHUR YORK . WESLEY KETCHAM DAVID SANFORD WILLIAM SCHILL WILLIAM PIKE , MAX SAMUELS . DANIEL PAOLUICCI YORK, SCHILL, CLUOSTON Basketball 1 1930-1931 . SUBSTITUTES 154 Forward Forward Guard Guard Canter Center Forward Forward y vu 0 1931 mv C, C BATTAGLIA SCHILL RUSSELL Varsity Basketball, 1930-1931 MR. GRABAU ....... Coach WILLIAM SCHILL . . Captain JOHN BATTAGLIA l M A LEONARD RUSSELL l ' dugg EU SCHEDULE December 5 . . State 19 University of Buffalo . 54 December I3 . . State 26 Canisius . . . 32 December I7 . . State 27 Niagara , 43 December 20 . . State 33 Alumni . . 29 january I0 . State 17 Brockport . january I4 , State 35 Fredonia . january I6 . State 19 Geneseo . . February 13 , State 20 Brockport . . February 20 , State 24 Mechanics Institute February 21 . State 47 Geneseo . . February 25 . State 24 Fredonia . . February 27 . . . State 25 Canisius Total . . . 316 155 fl The ELM A A tx g up fwliv c Varsity Basketball HE basketball quintet wearing the orange and black of State have always been regarded in the highest light by its opposing teams. Intense interest and catchy enthusiasm have been manifested this year in our hardwood court contests by the team, the students, and ardent sport devotees of the locality. ' Approximately Hfty willing candidates for positions on the team answered Coach Grabau,s signal for the resumption of winter's favorite indoor sport. Among these were three lettermen, Schill, Clugston, and York, the almost intact reserve team of the past season, and a large number of freshmen. Witli this excellent material, a good season was anticipated. After many long weeks of practice, the team played its opening game with U.B. at the Elmwood Music Hall. There were the usual deficiencies of opening games. Coach Grabau experimented with several substitutes but he soon decided upon the following line up, Pike at center, York and Schill as forwards, and Clugston and Ketcham as guards. However, State was outclassed and lost to the strong University team. ' Then followed many thorough practices for the Canisius game. Again the Orange and Black lost, but this time by a slim margin of points in one of the most hotly contested games ever staged in Canisius Gym. Finally the Varsity came into its own when it defeated the Alumni by a score of 33-29. Harry Abate led the Alumni score with ten points, while Clugston and Schill ran away with the honors of the Varsity with four basketslapiece. This was the last game played in the old gym and closed the school,s athletic activities forever in the old college on Normal Avenue. Soon after this the team journeyed to Brockport where they lost another close game with a score of 24-17. This game was one of those rough and tumble affairs. with plenty of hard play. Many of the reserve men broke into print. Next came the climax of the season, the first game in the new gym. Before a huge crowd, State Teachers came to the front when it defeated Fredonia Normal 35-19. At this game an entirely new line up was used by State. Schill was shifted to center with York and Clugston as forwards, and two freshmen, Sanford and Ketcham as guards. Ketcham and Clugston starred, each making a total of eleven points. The team showed a vast improvement in form and a powerful passing attack. A few days later State played host to Geneseo's Five. After getting a comfortable lead the team relaxed and lost in a close contest of23 to 39, when the Normal Boys made a last minute scoring. Friday, February thirteenth, was an unlucky day for State Teacher's Courtmen 156 CD16 iii VU gf 1 9 3 1 Qin! when they were defeated by Brockport Normal 31 to 20 in a loosely played game in our new gym. It later developed into what might be called a foul shooting contest. Many players went to the showers via the personal foul route. On Friday, February 20, State played a spectacular game with Mechanics Institute of Rochester. State boys once more showed their excellent passing attack, but they were out- classed by Mechaiiics, and lost by a score of 38-24. The next night, State met Geneseo Normal for a second time and this time defeated them with a score of47-29. lt was a sensational battle, showing a brilliant display of passwork and accurate shooting. Wednesday, February 25, the State team and a strong body of students went to Fredonia to compete once more with the Normal boys. This time they had high hopes of winning, but after a well matched half, the State boys gave out and lost by a large margin. Schill was the only one to star. The final game of the season was played with Canisius on our gymnasium Hoor. The team as a whole played very well, but from the beginning it was a losing game. Canisius doubled the score. Varsity basketball this year has been quite unimpressive. The latter games have been losing ones, but the playing has been marked by a hard drive at true sportsmanship. All this year's players will return next year, and new material has been uncovered which may prove valuable. Everything points now toward a brighter and more successful season next year. Ru , . A HFKS CULL. 3 IS7 I C1710 ELMS , VUE QN f1951 fbw MR. GRABAU PALOUCCI GOLD . SAMUELS . PAOLUCCI TRESCH . SMITH . PAXSON . PECKHAM KIRK . SCHRIER . PIKE, KIRK SMITH, PECKHAM, TRESCH, SCHRIER, PAXsoN, HUPP PAOLUCCI, GOLD, SAMUELS Reserve Basketball, 1930-1931 158 C oach Captain Manager Forward Forward Forward Forward Guard Guard Centzr Cerner c11ieELMS 9 VU 0 1931 QW Drrrrrrzrrr 5 December 13 january I4 February 13 February I6 Frzrrrrrry 19 Frzrr-rrrry 25 Frbrrrrrry 27 Reserve Schedule, 1930-1931 Reserves 13 Reserves 8 Reserves 15 Reserves 18 Reserves 29 Reserves 11 Reserves 13 Reserves 12 4 Reserve Basketball Season, U. B. Frosh . Canisius Frosb . Fredonia Reserves Lafayette Community Nichols . . Niagara U. Frosh Fredonia Reserves Canisius Frosh . 1930-1931 THE Reserve Basketball Team has been practicing all year with the Varsity Team and offering keen competition against which to match its mettle. Although the team has not Won every game it has played it has gone into the games with true sportsmanship and a sense of fair play. The Reserves have met such teams as U. B. Reserves, Niagara Frosh, Nichols and Fredonia Reserves. This year's Reserve Team is in part the Varsity Team of next year. 159 61-116 ELMS if 0 A-Ku . X , 3' amf , , Wiiilff 0 it Qu! W uv Baseball, 1930 HE Orange and Black baseball team won three games out of six in the 1930 season. A triumph over our keenest rivals, Fredonia,stands out as the major accomplishment of the team. A double loss was sustained by the team at the hands of Niagara. The two game series with Brockport was an even split. The State players defeated Brock- port at home. When they journeyed to Brockport the decision was reversed. The final game of the season with Geneseo Normal was won by State. Coach Eddie Mumenthaller, regardless of the short time he had before the opening of the season, whipped the squad into excellent shape. All the team practice took place at the Front. The men who won the coveted "S" were Schill, Hatch, Paolucci, Young, Sharrow, Roberts, McDaniels, Fontana, Auchmoody, Homick, Bates QCapt.j, Brown, Berg ClV1anagerj. Practice will soon start for the present season and will probably be held on the campus and later on the Delaware Park diamonds. It is planned to have a diamond laid out on the cam- pus. With five regulars back all indications point to an excellent season. Scheduled games are to be played with Niagara, Brockport, Geneseo and Fredonia. "On to Victory" Tennis, 1930 UE to the limited time before examinations the tennis team played only four matches last season, two with Canisius College, one with De Veaux Faculty and one with our own faculty. Both matches with Canisius were lost. The next match with the faculty of De Veaux also found the Orange and Black netmen on the short end of a close score of 13-2. ln the final set of games for the season the tennis team defeated the State Teachers Faculty 4-l. Mr. Grabau was the only faculty member to triumph over his opponent. The players who received their "S" were: 1st singles ..... . BERT MILLER 2nd singles . . . HAROLD BANKS 3rd singles .... EARL SENGBUSCH lst doubles , HAROLD BANKS AND EARL SENGBUSCH 2nd doubles ...... DEWEY CALLAN AND BYALY BASHFORD Coach Grabau has announced that an elimination contest will be held to determine the members of this year's team. This season's schedule will consist of matches with Niagara University, Canisius College, Geneseo Normal and De Veaux Faculty. Practice will probably take place on the clay courts at Delaware Park. The possibility of tennis courts being erected on the campus and the nearness to the courts at the park should help to stimulate interest in the game. 160 The 9 VU o 1931 fakw Girls' Athletics ASKETBALL is the major sport in which the girls in S. T. C. take an active part. However, basketball this year has not taken so definite a trend as formerly, because of the long Christmas vacation and the many complications of moving. The interclass basketball tournament will be one feature of this year's program. Class practices are taking place at definite times. One of the strongest teams to be dealt with is the Sophomore Home Economics team, which incidentally was the Freshman Championship group in 1930. The climax ofthe girl's basketball season will be the selection of the two major teams, the Orange and the Black. Baseball and tennis are the other two prominent sports in the year's schedule. This year baseball and tennis practice are to be provided for by means of indoor courts and diamonds in the gymnasium. Out of doors tennis is to be carried on through use of the municipal courts ,in Delaware Park. Swimming and archery are the outstanding sports on the new program for girls.The new swimming pool will afford great opportunity for our girls to develop into expert swimmers. The classes to be organized are to be not only for advanced swimmers but for beginners as well. Archery is to be instituted in our program as a major sport. It is a type of sport which is gaining in popularity and will have wide appeal for a great many girls. 161 KQV he ELMS ffl I 0. I vu f f l 19 'M I HELEN BURNS JOSEPHINE CRISP MARIE HALLORAN AUDREY HEIM MARION HOPWOOD EDNA JEROME HELEN JOHNSTON BERNICE KAISER MARY LEWIS KENNEY, MOULTON, MANSFIELD, STABY ZIEMAN, RALPH Senior Junior JOSEPHINE MAGGIO HARRIET MCCARTIN MARGARET MCENENY MARY MOSHER EVELYN MURNEY ELIZABETH MURPHY MARY PALMISANO FLORENCE PHILLIPS 162 FRANCES ROONEY NAHOMA ROSENBLUM KATHERINE SECRIST ETHEL SIMMONDS CLARIBEL SLATER DOROTHY SNYDER SYLVIA WEINSTEIN LOTTIE WIERZBOWSKA REGINA WISNIEWSKI-X Tae EL 1931 A , TMJ 11111 0 jf! HIIL4 ,Q PATOUILLET, NEVILLE, SMITH, MONAGHAN, CENTER, MILLER EWELL, DE MOND, ROTH, HENDERSON, TARBROKE ophomore Freshmen SLATER, DAMICO, ROTH, KUMPF, SCHROOR, HOWARD, O,NEILL, LILLIS, DAGGETT MORAN,SCHUBERT, HOARE, SENGER, HARR, NIXON, THIEROFF, KROG,MORRISON, LATT,MELOON BARTLETT, MC CRACKEN, WATERMAN, NEEDHAM, ADAMS, BOOTH, LARSON, HOLCOMBE, FAHEY 163 H ONOLOGY 9 P' yX. lIl X fx Z QI QI fs ,N Q ' NY i ' i-3 , in 44,54 'leg S -2-""4, Whig ,f 5 X xwffi 46 WW' KA' -f ,W AAF! -flu' .4 kv .. ,E Aww A it CIMELMS Q 4 X A I. at Ng ' x k F. Lis' y E wi A 0 J 1 9 3 1 E or SEPTEMBER 9 20 26 29 OCTOBER 3 7 9 10 14 16 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 Calendar, 1950-1931 SEPTEMBER Registration Glee Club Rummage Sale Glee Club Candy Sale Alpha Sigma Tau Jungle Dance Non-Residents' Reception Home Economics Club White Elephant Sale OCTOBER Utica Jubilee Singers Tom Skeyhill lectured in Assembly on Napoleon Home Economics Party for Freshmen Student Forum Meeting Glee Club sang in New York Student Control-Teachers' Conference at Syracuse Nu Lambda Sigma Candy'Sale Captain Kilroy Harris in Assembly Pi Kappa Sigma Candy Sale Nu Lambda Sigma Tea Faculty Reception for Freshmen Freshmen Assembly Program Home Economics Club Song Dance Grammar I Qsecond yearj Party Psi Phi Supper Non-Residents' Association Party Home Economics Junior Party for Freshmen Charles Gorst, "The Bird Mann in Assembly 166 517101-ELMS A . fa K '-' . v 0 1 95 1 Qmiv NOVEMBER 6 DECEMBER 9 10 12 13 Second Year Intermediate Party 14 17 21 25 26 12 15 18 30 NOVEMBER Phi Upsilon Omicron Variety Sale 7 Kappa Kappa Kappa "Ship Ahoy" Dance Banner Sale Second Year Grammar 1 Candy Sale Grammar II Party John Langdon Davies spoke on American Panhellenic Tea Panhellenic Candy Sale Delta Sigma Epsilon Dream Dance Alpha Sigma Tau Candy Sale Non-Residents' Party Dramatic Club Presentation and Dance Thanksgiving Recess began at noon DECEMBER 1 College reopened after Thanksgiving Recess 5 Glee Club Pep Dance Basketball-State vs. U. B. 6 Y. W. c. A. Party 9 Delta Sigma Epsilon "What Not" Sale Men's Club Supper Alpha Sigma Alpha Bell Hop Y. W. C. A. Skating Party Panhellenic Supper Sigma Sigma Sigma Holly Sale Home Economics Club Xmas Party Christmas Recess began Junior Prom at Twentieth Century Club 167 Third Year Kindergarten-Primary 1 Party at Miss Sprague s home Education n C1116 ELMS y g gg pg ggyg leg 1 fE3Qiv JANUARY JANUARY Moving Day FEBRUARY MARCH Parade from old school to new Housewarming Dance Record Candy Sale Dramatic Club Candy Sale Psi Phi Mystery Dance Alpha Sigma Tau Card Party in Social Center "A" Dramatic Club Candy Sale Old Text Book Tea in Social Center "A" ' FEBRUARY Examinations began New Semester begins Alpha Sigma Alpha Candy Sale Ben Greet Shakespearean players in Auditorium Vocational-Home Economics Party Interclass Sing ' N. R. A. Candy Sale N. R. A. Supper Party Closing basketball game vs. Canisius Camera Club Sale MARCH Musical Clubs Assembly Panhellenic Bazaar and Dance Junior Degree Party in Social Center Dramatic Club Assembly Dame Rachel Crovvdy spoke on the League of N 168 ations 23 heELMS W m 0 1931 fl MR? qv , A 1 fa 13 17 20-21 26 27 28 APRIL 1 9 10 17 21 23-24 MAY 2 7-8 13 15 22 JUNE 8 16 Pi Kappa Sigma Dance Sweater Dance in Gym Y. W. C. A. Conference Home Economics Club Supper Stunt Nite N. R. A. Tea Dance APRIL Easter Recess began College reopened after Easter Recess Kindergarten-Primary Day Psi Phi Convocation Dance Pi Delta Theta Candy Sale Senior Ball Junior Glee Club Candy Sale Spring Play MAY Theta Sigma Upsilon Dance Alpha Sigma Tau Rose Sale Spring Concert Y. W. C. A. Mothers, Tea in Social Center Pi Delta Theta Dance Undergraduate Dinner Home Economics Day JUNE Exams began Commencement 169 ' C1716 ELMS ' I D 4 VUQ 1951 MARLEY, FONTANA, FORD, GOLDE EIGENBROD, BELLANCA Senior Ball at the Consistory April 17, 1931 COMMITTEE FRANCES BELLANCA . . Chairman VILMA GOLDE. Patronf and Patfoncffef JOHN EIGENBROD . Affmanr Chairman DOROTHY MARLEY . . . Place MARIO FONTANA . . . Finance MARGARET RALPH . , . Favor! PAUL FORD . . . Publicity PAULINE STRIKER . . Orchcftra PATRONS AND PATRONESSES DR. AND MRS. ROCKWELL DEAN REED EDWARD H. BUTLER JOHN M. SATTERFIELD A. GLENNI BARTHOLOMEW WILLIAM WARREN SMITH MRS. STEPHEN M. CLEMENT WALTER PLATTE COOKE THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD 170 MISS ALLEN MISS BACON MR. AND MRS. BRADLEY MISS CAUDELL MR. DR. DR. MR MR. AND MRS. CLEMENT AND MRS. MESSNER AND MRS. NEUMANN AND MRS. PERKINS AND MRS. ROOT Ta ELMS fi ,T VU Lag if 0 1 9 3 1 QW MURPHY, WENDE, ROSEBROCK, SCHARLOCK, SPEARS BAUMGARTEN, YORK, GARRETT Junior Prom COMMITTEE ARTHUR YORK . . . . . Genera! Chairman MARION BAUMGARTEN . . . . Orchestra DOROTHY GARRETT . 4 Place and Chajncronf BEATRICE ROSEBROCK . Finance ELEANOR SCHARLOCK. . Programf MARIE MURPHY . Favorf JEAN SPEARS . . , Tickelf BERNARDINE WENDE ,...... . Pnblicizy PATRONS AND PATRONESSES DR. AND MRS. ROCKWELL MR. FONTANA DEAN REED MRS. GEMMILL MISS BACON DR. AND MRS. MESSNER MR. AND MRS. STEEL 171 fy' VU if q11eELMS 9 A' 0 1931 QUV HUPP, THOMAS, KIRK, LYNCH, EVANS ISAACSON, cARIvIAN, PAXSQN, MARLEY, STABY Housewarming Dance EDWARD PAXSON , DOROTHY MARLEY . RUTH CARMAN AGNES ISAACSON ALBERTA OTTENOT DORA STABY COM M'ITTEE EDWIN KIRK Chairman .Moving Day Chairman Dance GLEESON HUPP NORBERT LYNCH GLADYS SLATER JOHN EVANS PATRONS AND PATRONESSES DR. AND MRS. ROCKWELL DEAN REED MISS BACON MISS ALLEN MISS CAUDELL MISS HOUSTON 172 MISS SALOM MISS ROACH MR. MR MR MR AND AND AND AND MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. STEEL ROOT GRABAU PERKINS mg The ELMS ff 1951 Committees for Graduation RING AND PIN JESSIE HARDY, Chai 1'11z an GEORGE SWANSON DOROTHY ALLGRIM JANE RAMSAY RUTH CARMAN GLADYS SLATER SENIOR BALL FRANCES BELLANCA, Chairman PAULINE STRIKER MARIO FONTANA DOROTHY MARLEY MARGARET RALPH VILMA GOLDE FINANCE CHARLES SCHILLING, Chairman RUTH BUDDENHAGEN CLARIBEL SLATER MARJORIE ECKHARDT LESTER HANNAN RALPH THEOBALD PICTURE MARIAN RILEY, Chairman JQHN MCCREADY KATHRYN SWEENEY MAY ZDARSKY MARION HOPWOOD DORA STABY 173 I I VU 0 19 1 Q! Class Day PAULINE BOTTY, Chairman GRACE KLINE IRMA CARMODY MARY RINDONE CAP AND GOWN ELVERA STRACHAN, Chai 1'11z an ESTHER HALBROOK FRANCES SHETLER INVITATION DOROTHY RALPH MARTHA MESSINGER DORIS CONSTABLE HERBERT STEIN MARGARET MARY BURNS, Chairman WILLIAM JACKSON GIFT ALICE LARSON, ChLZ'I7'77l6Z7'L RUTH GRAMPP FLOWER AND COLOR ETHEL HUBER, Chairman VIRGINIA NESSELBECK SONG AND MOTTO HOWARD WRIGHT, Chairman WINIERED ALLEN JOSEPHINE ACKERMAN 174 KATHERINE FEW RUTH RECH MARGARET GUENER RUTH BREMS 1 xx ,ji X Lf, 4,1 '?'9?f1rfLY , a 4 'mf'-12.4 I W? g1:5,': ' 1 'SGP A ' 1.. ' f9+,gg,,,, T Vsffi' 4 1,-14: r gag! - iii-ZARWA :M 1 Akiva, ef 1 .9 A 2. iff: 7 1 A 1" ' Wif- 5 1 ' , Y A ,N QW ' I hx H I xg V Q -1 ,. M ' A gg. V ,N -,V, 551 . MQ W Aw: 1 . Hg? I 5, Y ' wg., 4 fi R93 ' YF , 14, fi? if 541 1 F5 5 3, f'- F - ' 'ir 1 3 Qf4i?Liq3,x. 1 W ' "y,,m,' , .5 AVAHVIN ' 4,5 x"'f.iQ QQ. 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