University at Buffalo - Buffalonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

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President It has been said that "Education is the eternal debt which maturity owes to youthf' In preparing to teach, young men and women accept the responsibility of helping to discharge that debt, an obligation which is profoundly important in a great democracy which believes in the education of all the children of all the people. May you not default in the payment of this vital debt and may you by your preparation become the medium of exchange of sound ideas, wholesome attitudes and high ideals. CDMMITTEE OI: ADMINISTRATIVE DIIQECTDIQS CI-xc-xu1.Es .ARTHUR NIESSNER GEORGE B. NIZLIXIANN A.B., A.M., PILD. I A.B., A.M., Pl'l.D. Projbssor of Latin Professor of Sociology CHARLES C. Rom' 'B.PD., M.PD., A.B., A.M. Head of Education Department and Director of Curricular Organization 24 T0 THE ELMS The pages of this year book Like any other memory Bear characters for you Its pleasures lie within In words, in thoughts and faces And from these printed symbols Wl1ich your own days review. Your legends will begin. If these be rich in luster As tinetured by your mind The margins you'll illumine With gifts you've left behind. CATHERINE E. REED, B.A., A.M Dean of Women 25 Grace A. Allen B.S., A.M. Assistant Director of Training, Head of Kindergarten- Primary Department Gertrude M. Bacon B.S., A.M. Assistant Director of Training, Professor of Elementary Education Charles B. Bradley B.S. Professor of Art Education. Head of Department Myrtle V. Caudell B.S., A.M. Professor of Home Economics, Head of Department Stephen C. Clement A.B., A.M. Professor of Education Robert O. DeMoncl A.B., A.M. Professor of History, Head of Department Oscar E. I-Iertzberg A.B., A.M.., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Head of Department Ruth E. Houston A.B. Professor of Health Education, Head of Department Ida L. Kempkc Pd.B., A.B., A.M. Professor of English Irving C. Perkins B.S., A.M. Professor of Vocational Education., Head of Department ,losepll E. Phillippi A.B., A.M. Professor of Wfatlzerrzatics Head of Department Chester A. Pugsley A.B., A.M. Professor of Elementary School Administration 'J Stella O'Reilly B.S. F Uth Grade School if Practice Theresa A. Roehsler B.S. Second Grade School of Practice M. Melvina Svec A.B., A.M. JIlJli0l' H igh DQPCLITIIIQTIIV School of Practice Agnes Agnitch Thirrl Grafle, School 38 Grace G. Ballard B.S. Fourth Crude, School 38 Mary L. Darker Second Grade, School 38 Lena S. Denecke B.S. Junior H ight Department School 38 Ellen C. Mockler First Grade, School 38 Charlotte M. Moore Junior High. Department School 38 Mary Hofmann Roberts B.S. Fourth Grade, School 38 Frances M. Rudell Second Grade, School 38 Edna L. Shaw KilI.d8lgGflCH, School 38 Elma R. Smith Third Grade, School 38 Marion P. WHkCll13Il B.S. Sixth Grade, School 38 Rosamoncl Olief Abate B.S. Assistant Librarian Pauline E. Botty B.S. Alumni and Placement Bureau Secretary Harry W. Curtin Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings Mabel B. Gilbert Cafeteria lllanager Ethel M. A. Hansen R.N. College Nurse Ina J. Mead .B.S. Assistant Registrar Mary Rinclone B.S. Malzager of College Book Store Jennie L. DiAdario Stenographer Pauline Delamater Eiss Stenographer Kathryn S. Graham Stenographer Frances G. Hepinstall B.S. Head Librarian Carolyn W. Heyman B.S. Instructor in Art Irene Hirsch, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Kindergarten- Primary Method David Reid Hodgin A.B., A.M. Instructor in English George E. Huckins Instructor in Printing Edna W. Hurd B.M. Instructor in Music Faye Keever B.S., A.M. Instructor in Clothing Isabel Houck Kidency A.B. Registrar Ruth McLean A.B., A.M. Instructor in Art 1VIary Louise MCM3h0Il BS. Instructor in Music Edward L. Morrice B.S. Instructor in Methods and Practice Teaching May C. Nye A.B., A.M. Instructor in Foods Ruby A. Peek B.S., M.S. Instructor in Art Harold F. Peterson A.B., A.M., Pl1.D. Instructor in History and Economics Gertrude E. Roach R.N. Instructor in Health Education Jennie Robson Pcl.B. Instructor in Mathematics and Education Winifred Salom B.S. Instructor in Health Education Charles A. Vail B.S., A.M. Instructor in Science Grace Viele B .L. Reference Librarian Walter B. Weber B.S. Instructor in Electricity Mary L. Jamison B.S. K in clergarten. School of Practice Eleanor M. Gover B.S. Sixth Grade School of Practice Martha G. Metz B.S. First Grade School of Practice Mae O'Brien B.S., M.A. Fourth Grade School of Practice I-larry J. Steel B.S., A.M. Director of Training, Professor of Education John M. Tlmrlver A.B., Pl1.D. Professor of English, Head of Department Raymond M. Fretz B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Science Anna M. Gemmill B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor cj Science, Acting Head of Department Eileen Mulholland Ph.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English George M. QllHCkCl1llUSll B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Vocational Organization Mildred L. Sipp BS., A.M. Assistant Professor Teacher Training Ruth E. Speir Assistant Professor of Music, Acting Head of Department Katheryne Whittemorc A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Geography, Head of Department Homer A. Bruce B.S., A.M. Instructor in Education Clinton B. Burke Instructor in Woodworking Luella Chapman Instructor in P6lllltl1llSlI,i1J Marion A. Clark A.B. Financial Secretary Velma R. Clark B.S.,M.S. Director of Practice House Hubert E. Coyer fB.P.E., A.M. Instructor of Health Education, Director of MQIIIS Athletics Rosamonde D. Cyl' B.S., A.M. Instructor in Foods Stanley A. Czurles B.F.A. Instructor in Art Marion P. Dana B.S., A.M. Instructor in Kindergarten Primary Metlzod Margaret Dupre B.S. Instructor in Science Helen G. Englebreck A.B., A.M. Instructor in History John Fontana B.S., A.M. Instructor in Metal Work Margaret Foster B.S., A.M. Instructor in Clothing Mina S. Goossen B.0.E. Instructor in English and Dramatics Andrew W. Grabau B.S., A.M. Instructor in English Charlet Moehlau, B.S. Assistant llifannger rj College Book Store Harry'C. Johnson B.S., A.M. Eighth Grade School ry' Practice Martha S. Pratt B.S., A.M. Instructor in Teacher Training Miuriel S. Shoemaker B.E., A.M. School of Practice tr l" - U 4, E at 13, 1 t W .4 as .4 N4 'L A fthlifa 'JE:f,."J.4a Y 2 Hazel J. Schaffer, B.A. Stenographer I-Iertha G. Specht A.B., A.M. School of Practice Malfguerite SlLOClilJCl'gC1 A.B., A.M. junior High Department School of Practice Helga C.-Castren, B.S. Seventh Grade, School 38 Genevieve D. Feuehter F Uth Grade, School 38 33 Nlildred Krier Patti Stenographer Lina L. Gielow, B.S. Junior High Department School 38 Thelma M. Hepp, BS. First Grade, School 38 Cllester G. Schoenborn Assistant in Extension Department 441'W?!5W 5521: 1 xww., .r::wig.w lf' . 31'-:Ti :ff ,Ig , .Ag . 531,112.3 Elf! 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Au,rora's golden bands of morn Will see what fragrant newness born Out of the union of our heart and mind ? What shall we plant beyond the gate? The untilled fields what tale relate 0ffruiQ'u,l hands that sow, and reap, and bind? Life, myth no more, with kindly smile, Help ns to plant the further mile U7 ith seeds of understanding of mankind! -FREDA ANNE LEVENSON 36 ' Q .. -- - 'Q 74 -W , , , ' VJSWT "WE 4' 5542- an 'M "wax pb wi- A .. 4- . s - 'gh V. M hz.. xs vi .. , Q -'-1'- . -'. "i vf '3-, .QM xr- .., ml dr' x:N- .- "'-Q was mv? ',a,...w.X--. 4... ' 751 'wax , ,-. if 1: 173- "w Af - - fa, . 2. 27 f' - if 4:- f 35 gk, 4 tj, I in Q? I , ,. v ,,,, V. , - I I I H :FIMDEDBATU the class oflieers had been elected the previous year the smoke of lrattle had cleared away by september myra lrarth wielded the presidentis gavel agua-s mahoney was her sulrslitute mary riley kept notes of all oral opinions she was not psychic hetty lyneh clung to the money bag when the interelass sing came along the seniors won it they had won it last year also t was really an old story to thcml harold lindncr wrote the song hehe directed it K Vivian shultz made us wear hats and sashes which we took home and hung over our mirror the hrst senior meeting was held in octohcr the constitution was changed parts were added to it other parts were taken away othcr meetings followed during the year we found that mr hradlev was willing to hc a faculty advisor miss rindonc, miss eaudell, mr element, and mr perkins also gave up some of their time to us they thought, well, they won't he hack again the senior ball was held at the statler in the spring louise mecracken deserves credit for it the ehaperons discussed modern students the students discussed modern chaperons we all had a splendid time ep haldwin had charge of moving up day all classes moved up one step the seniors moved out it was a nice day anna perry selected the gift to the college that lburns lioy told her how much she could spend he was in charge of finance he was a wise choice wc ull enjoyed class day m. m. cook and her committee worked hard their efforts were rewarded that sounds like an cpitaph in june senior fever will have us in its clutches we shall silently allow grace schuhcrt to rohe us in a voluminous lrlaek coverall we shall make small protest even when she sets a flat hat on our exalted heads and swings a tassel in our bright eye a girl named helen schnoor will then come along and decorate ns with pretty lxlue and gold rihlvons and put the class llower in our hand we will march down the aisle under the traditional peony arch it will he very inspiring our parents will he very proud it will hring to a close one chapter of our lives PK modern manner. 38 Nlhich, freely translated, means the history of thc senior class, in the W MYRA BARTII AGNES MAHONEY MARY RILEY BILTTY LYNCH IZDIJIQTH YEAD Cl.ASS OFFICERS MYR.fX BARTH . . President AGNES Nl AIION EY Vice-President M ARY RILEY Secretary BETTY LYNCH . Treasurer 39 JULIA MAE ADAMS ADAMS, NEW YORK Home Economics JOSEPH J. ALMENDINGER BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial WILLIAM R. APPLEGATE ALBION, NEW YORK Grammar G. EPWORTH BALDWIN WESTBURY, LONG ISLAND, NEWYORK General Industrial 40 HAROLD S. BANKS NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK Grammar WILMA C. BARCAY BfNCl-IAMTON, NEW YORK Grammar VEBNABELLE BARLETT BUFFALO, NEW YORK I nterm ediate MYRA E. BARTH KINGSTON, NEW YORK Home Economics 441 HELEN BEGGS SONYEA, NEW YORK Home Economics VELMA M. BOECK BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics ADELEINE ELLEN BOLTON LOCKPORT, NEW YORK Grammar CONSTANCE M. BOOTH, EDEN, NEW YORK Home Economics 42 HELEN FRANCES BOOTH EDEN, NEW YORK Home Economics GLADYS E. ,HOWELL BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar VIRGINIA M. BOWERS KENMORE, NEW YORK Art Education KAROLYN BRA,COK,ETfl' NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK Ar! Education 43 LILLIAN L. BURNHAM NORTH COLLINS, NEW YORK Art Education JAMES N. BURNS BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial ELLEN R. BURTON BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar THOMAS BYRNE BROCKLYN, NEW YORK One Year Vocational 44 ANNA MARGARET CALLAHAN LOCKPORT, NEW YORK Grammar i JOSEPH CAPUTO BROOKLYN, NEW YORK One Year Vocational RUTH CORNELIA CARMICHAEL LE ROY, NEW YORK Art Education. PHYLLIS A. CARPENTER BATAVIA, NEW YORK Home Economics 45 LESTER E. COFRAN BYRON, NEW YORK Grammar DONNELL COLLINS PARIS, NEW YORK Cramnzar MARY MARGARET COOK KENMORE, NEW YORK Art Education EILEEN MARIE COOKE BUFFALO, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary 46 DAVID E. COOTS LE ROY, NEW YORK General Industrial ZORA COXE FORESTVILLE, NEW YORK Grammar JOHN D, CRAINE BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Imlustrinl CATHERINE M. DALY BUFFALO, NEW YORK I ntermefliate 47 JEAN DAMICO BUFFALO, NEW YORK Kindergarten. Primary MIRIAM R. DAVISON OLEAN, NEW YORK Grammar GLADYS A. DEINHARDT BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar MARION L. DIFFINE NORTH TONAVVANDA, NEW YORK Home Economics Y 48 EARLEE DOANE NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW Yom: Home Economics DONALD BURTON DOBBINS BUFFALO, NEW Yoxuc Grammar LEO J. DOLAN SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK One Year Vocational HELEN VIRGINIA DONNIGAN ALDEN, NEW YORK Home Economics 49 ALICE D. DONOVAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics ARLENE ELLEN DOXTATOR VERSAILLES, NEW YORK Grammar THELMA MARGARET FENTON FRANKLINVILLE, NEW YORK Art Erlucalvion ABBIE FLEMING EAST BETHANY, NEW YORK Intermediate 50 MILDRED K. FREY BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar MARIAN E. FRITZ SILVER CREEK, NEW YORK Grammar ELIZABETH GARDNER PENN YAN, NEW YORK Art Education CHARLES GIAMBELLUCA BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar 51 ELMER L. GILLETTE ROCHESTER, NEW YORK One Year Vocational LILLIAN GODDARD HEAMBURG, NEW YORK I nlernzefliate BENJAMIN H. GOLD SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YoRK General Industrial HELEN R. GOW APPLETON, NEW YORK Art Education 52 ALICE E. GREGER IIAMBURG, NEW YORK Grcunmar I IRENE D. GRIFFIN EDEN, NEW YORK Home Economics .IOHN A. GROH BROOKLYN, NEW YORK One Year Vocational ALICE MARIE HANLEY BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar 53 RUTH E. HEDDEN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary VELMA I. HEIST CLARENCE, NEW YORK Home Economics BERNICE G. HELFER TONAWANDA, NEW YORK Gffllllllllll MARY ANNE HOARE BUFFALO, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary 54 MARY HOGAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Art Education RUTH D. HOLLENBECK Enm, NEW YORK Grammar N 1 RAYMOND C. 1lOLLSTE1N BUFFALO, NEW YORK General I mluslrial FREDA E. HOUSTON BUFFALO, NEW YORK Art Education 55 RUTH E. HOWARD SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK Grammar PHYLLIS M. JONES BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar EDYTH M. KELVER EAST AURORA, NEW YORK Art Education. OLIVER W. KENDALL WATKINS GLEN, NEW YORK General Industrial 56 G. WESLEY KETCHAM WESTBURY, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK General Industrial MARGARET V. KIBBY KENMORE, NEW YORK Home Economics DOROTHY J. KIRK EBENEZE11, NEW YORK Home Economics .IEANETTE KNOWLTON BUFFALO, N ENV YORK Home Economics 57 PATRICIA M. KOLB BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics DOROTHY M. KROG BUFFALO, NEW YORK Gralnnzar GRACE E. KRULL BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics LILLIAN R. KUEBLER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Intermediate 58 RUTH LAURA KUMPF BUFFALO, NEW YORK Internlediate HARRIICT M. LEAVE JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK Kindergarten Prilnaljy FREDA ANNE LEVENSON BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar JEANETTE B. LEVIN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics 59 MINNIE F. LICHTBLAU BUFFALO, NEW YORK Art Education HAROLD A. LINDNER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar JOHN A. LINDNER SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK Une Year Vocational I JANE LOVELEE DUNKIRK, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary 60 JACK LOW 1BuOcKPOuT, NEW YORK Cranzmar VIRGINIA LOZIER BUFFALO, NEW YORK I ntermecliate MILDRED l'. LYKE AVOOA, NEW YORK ' Grammar BETTY D. LYNCH I-IAMBURG, NEW YORK Home Econ omics 61 AGNES MARY MAHONEY BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics SALVATORE P. MANISCALCO BROOKLYN, NEW YORK General Industrial FRANCIS J. MANLEY BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar GEORGE MANN BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial 62 HENRY C. MARKIEWICZ BUFFALO, NEw YORK One Year Vocational EDWARD F. MARTELLE BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar ELIZABETH M. MARTIN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar E. MARIE MAST BUFFALO, NEW YORK Intermediate 63 GABRIELLE MATTEI NEW YORK, NEW YORK One Year Vocational Y FORREST MAXWELL N ORTH TON.-RWANDA, NEW General Industrial LOYAL ELIZABETH MCCLATCHY KENMOEE, NEW YORK Grammar LOUISE MCCRACKEN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics 64 YORK SAMUEL J. MERRING HOLLEY, NEW YORK Grammar STANLEY J. MICHAEL BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial ELMER N. MILLER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar ZITA M. MULLER BATAVIA, NEW YORK Grammar 65 DOROTHY G. NEEB BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics JANET NEEDHAM BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics MAXINE L. NELSON BOLIVAR, NEW YORK Home Economics ANNA NESHA LACKAWANNA, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary 66 MARY B. NEWMAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Home Economics LILLIAN L. NOLAN N'IAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK Grammar r l HELEN C. OSTRYNSKI RICHLAND, NEW YORK Art Education DORIS S. PALMER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Kindergarten. Primary 67 MARGERY E. PALMER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar MILLICENT M. PALMER NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK Grammar JOSEPH B. PATTI BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar ANNA PERRY BUFFALO, NEW YORK Intermediate 68 MARVIN PITTERMAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar WILLARD B. PRUYNE ROCHESTER, NEW YORK One Year Vocational ELEANOR QUINLAN LE ROY, NEW YORK Grammar HAROLD L. QUIRK AMSTERDAM, NEW YORK One Year Vocational 69 WILLIAM L. REDDEN BUFFALO, NEw YORK General Industrial IRVING W. RESTORFF BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar ELMER W. RICHARDSON BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar FRANCIS RICHARDSON BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar 70 DORIS V. RILEY KENMORE, NEW YORK Home Economics MARY LENORE RILEY NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK Grammar A A 1 LOUISE M. ROBERTS NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK Kindergarten Primary ETI-IEL ROKITA BUFFALO, NEW Youlc Grammar 71 EARL ROOD BUFFALO, N EW YORK Grammar JOSEPH J. RUFFINO BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar LUCILE SALLACK SALAMANCA, NEW YORK Grammar DAVID N. SANFORD BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial 72 ALICE H. SCHAFER DUNKIRK, NEW YORK Grammar EVELYN SCHANZEH BUFFALO, NEW YORK Intermediate W A CHARLES BRISTOL SCHILLING CANAAN, NEW YORK Vocational Industrial HELEN K. SCHNOOR NEWFANE, NEW YORK ' Intermediate 73 GRACE M. SCHUBERT NEW YORK, NEW YORK Grammar RAY G. SCHUELER BUFFALO, NEW YORK One Year Vocational VIVIAN KELLY SCHULTZ BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar JANE SEARLES SALAMANCA, NEW YORK Grammar 74 ELIZABETH FRANCES SERVOSS ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Kimlergarten Primaqy MARGARET M. SHALLOE BUFFALO, NEW Yomc Intermediate JOHN A. SHERIDAN CAMBRIDGE, NEW YORK One Year Vocational LILLIAN A. SHRIGLEY BUFFALO, NEW Yomc Kindergarten Primary 75 WINONA A. SIMON KENMORE, NEW YORK Grammar CORNELIUS C. SMITH ADDISON, NEW YORK General Industrial SHIRLEY ANN STOWELL ALDEN, NEW YORK Intermediate Y IRIS SULLIVAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar 76 PAUL SULLIVAN BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Industrial KATHLEEN MIRIA BUFFALO, NEW YORK Intermediate JESSAMINE THIEROFF BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar FELECIA MARIE TOTO NEW YORK, NEW YORK Une Year Vocational 77 TATU DOROTHY T. TOWNSEND GOWANOA, NEW YORK Killl16lgGl'lCl1, Primary ILIOWARD A. TRESCH BUFFALO, NEW YORK General Inclustrial FRANK W. TWITCHELL RUSHVILLE, NEW YORK Grammar HAROLD G. VALENTINE NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK One Year Vocational 78 ELEANOR H. VANDERWEEL BUFFALO, NEW YORK - Home Economics I. FOSTER VAN STONE HAWTHORNE, NEW JERSEY Grammar DONALD NEWELL WALLACE OSWEGO, NEW YORK General I nflustrial DOUGLAS WALLACE BUFFALO, NEW YORK Art Education 79 EDWIN WEBER BUFFALO, NEW YORK Grammar HORACE E. WILSON FALCONER, NEW YORK One Year Vocational RUTH A. WILSON SNYDER, NEW YORK Grammar RUTH H. WINSHIP SPRINGVILLE, NEW YORK Art Education 80 K KATHRYN G. ZWINGELSTEIN IIOLLAND, NEW YORK DORIS DOVE RUTH DRENNAN RUTH DUNKELBERGER SARAH FREEDMAN INGE GOLDE QFREDERICA HENNEGAN ELOISE HILL GEORGE KEHR H ome Econ om ics SENIUDS 81 ELEANOR KELLY FRANCIS LUSKEY LLEWELLYN MEIER MARY O'NEILL COLENA ORING JEANETTE OTTEN IEANNE WILCOX FLOYD ZIEHL 9 M I Ill: A sri lull' J girl! jxw , Q -N-N 601.05 Wy nf.. WNY fgx M "vw 11- :ww .51 A gf 'Rf , ww V Ref: 1 SHANAHAN, HALLAHAN., BURZYNSKI J U N I O I2 C LASS OFFICERS MARY INIALLAHAN . . . . President THOMAS SHANAHAN . Vice-President BETTY GALLAGHER . Secretary CORNELIA BURZYNSKI Treasurer 84 l JUNIDIQ ACTIVITIES Juniors will be Juniors, at least the members of the Class of 1935 are undergraduates, instead of prospective job seekers. The three-year training course has been abolished at last. Although the Junior Class did suffer some minor inconveniences during the change, it certainly has been worth while not to have to answer the question "Wliieh Junior class?,' In September, the Freshmen girls were fcted by their Junior sisters at an open-air banquet, Cpicnic to youj. This spirit of friendship was continued throughout the year. In fact, the Juniors had so much affection for the Frosh, that they almost outdid the Sophornores in plaguing the newcomers during the abbreviated Freshman Daze. , Under the leadership of Rees Jones, the third year students participated in the Annual Inter-Class Sing. Despite their interesting costumes and a great deal of noise, they tied their affectionate Freshman friends for last place. After weeks of feverish preparation and prayerful budget-cutting the Juniors, under the direction of Kay Moore, climaxcd the first term with the Junior Prom., wl1icl1 was held on December 'twenty-second in the ballroom of the Hotel Statler. And now, with Movilig-Up Day a thing of the past, the Juniors are concentrating on acquiring the look of "Wordly WiSCi01I1,, generally attributed to Seniors. How well they will succeed, you will see during 1935. 85 .rf r- BQ , ei SVA: 1 , lr. ' atm ,, ,,1J,L. . , ., , X 'bk Ja 143' -1 --'mp M, . ' ' 1-'x."5575w1.' V ir, 22-GR? -iff . w, ,ra ' ig: . 6:5 22111 I, X ' df ' X ff ' P5 'fha . f 'N 'il 31959, .15 Qdfivs 5.9 Q4 -Q, :A if? JONES, HILL, EGGLESTON, KREINHEDER SDDHDMDIQE CLASS OFFICERS BYRON IIILL . President RALPH EGGLESTON . Vice-President ALBERT KREINHEDER Secretary EDWARD JONES Treasurer 88 j 1. SDDHDMOIDE ACTIVITIES "We were the smartest Freshmen who ever came to Statew but that was in 1932. This year we were just Sophomores, content to take second place and leave the glory of high l.Q.'s to tl1e incoming Freshmen. Our first act of the year was to issue "The Freshman Daze Code, thus proving that we could make codes as well as tl1e next one. It didn't prove that we could enforce them, hut then, why worry? Neither could the N.R.A. - In the Inter-Class Sing, under the leadership of Arthur Pankow, we received second place. After the Dedication of the Athletic Field on October 27, the Sophomore Soccer Team 4 77 was defeated by the Frosh team. Again we appear in second place! Tradition was upset in November when the Sophomores heat the Freshmen in the Annual Flour Battle. As in the previous year, we came out clean while the Freshmen were left on the field to discover that flour, like smoke-"gets in your eyesf, In the spring we held the Annual Sophomore Sweater Dance. CWl1ere everyone who ever wanted to attend a dance in a sweater and knickers came all dolled up.D After spring, came June and exams, and the Sophomore Class found itself promoted from second place to third. Now we are Juniors. 89 6 gi fi , Q':' W HIIHH "ML .' ,11J'7f'-N: 'nil , " 2 ' gkjff ,M fr 17? my P' is A L Akai: gb: V S N-Q96 ., Q ,D - M-1 H ..,.5xL -.il RAYE CONRAD . HOWARD KILBUIIY BERNICE TIIIEDT JOHN F. REID . REID, 'I'l'lElD'l', CONRAD, KILBURY FIQESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 92 .President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . ..i.,.. FIQESHMAN ACTIVITIES The first day of school was a memorable event for the Freshman Class. The excitement of a new schocl, of new and strange faces, of innumerable and inexplicable instructions, slips, waiting lines and lectures was almost enough to dampen the traditional Freshman ardor. Doctor Rockwell's welcome in Assembly, however, reassured them, and the Junior- Freshman picnic made the girls feel that they were in the right place after all. The other classes were sympathetic in our struggle for survival during the Hrst month. Then came Freshman Days. Not even our special friends in the Junior Class aided us in escaping the ravages of the ever-alert Sophomores. And we did need protection, especially when certain Sophomores arrived on the scene! After the Dedication of the Athletic Field on October 27, our Frosh Soccer team was triumphant over the Sophs. This helped to balance our defeat in the Hour battle which raged one November day. Thanks to our class officers, Raye Conrad, Howard Kilbury, Bernice Thiedt, and John Reid, two hundred and seventy of us have reached the advent of our Sophomore year. May it he as successful as our first. 93 ml. L M... ..., wg- - , gi-Q. JI. vi V 4 nf, rv.. .... 1 'hf?24.- L1 " :I JN--Q. .4 . .Wg 'Ig s 1 if: no vp' Qc K 'i..,Q. QQ? mg, , , TQ " 1115 1. fir' , .' Zum, ,1 A ,, 5313? P33- ' min, v I. 5:1 , , V.:-,5 f?,'4.!.. "X, . V e 9112-Lx, 52 'iff--,Q :.- 5 Q : ll. ,iff ' 1f'.. MIS ' .-sf M. 4- 1, qv x4,,.4.-..W.. few ., ' mg ' 1-3.- .. 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RALPH ROB ERTSON IYADIDA DELTA DI Class Of 1934 CONSTANCE BOOTH ALICE DONOVAN BERNICE HELFER MARY I'IOGAN RUTH IHOVVARD ,IEANETTE KNOWLTON FREDA ANNE LEVENSON ELIZABETH MCCLATCI'lY ELIZABETH MARTIN MAXINE NELSON DORIS PALMER RALPH ROBERTSON LUCILE SALLACK JANE SEARLES SHIRLEY STOWELL EDWIN WEBER MEMBERS 98 Class cy' 1935 SYLVIA AREND MAliGAliE'F CLARK ABRAHAM CUTCHER FRANK ESTVAN JENNIE GEIISIIEL WILLARD I'IILTS MARGARET IIOUSTON NIARY KERR BERTHA MJXNOFL' PIOYVARD RAHMLOWV RUTH RITTER .ELIZABETH ROOT NIARTHA RUSKOWVSKI GEORGE TALBOT lllLTS, MANOFF, MCCLATCIIY, ROOT, HOUSTON, HOWARD, TALBOT WVEBER, RUSKOWSKI, SALLACK. DONOVAN, NELSON, ENGLEBRECK., RITTER., HELFER HOCA N, RA HM LOW STOWELL, AREND, KNOWLTON, MARTIN, SEARLES, LEVENSON., KERR RALPH ROBERTSON . DORIS PALMER ELIZABETH MAIITIN . JEANETTE KNOWLTON JANE SEARLES . Mk. PUGSLEY . DR. ROCKWELL DEAN REED Miss CYR MISS ENGLEBRECK Mus. GEMMILL IYADDA DELTA DI OFFICERS HONORARY FACULTY FACULTY MEMBERS NIISS WOFFORD 09 . President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Reporter Faculqy Advisor Du. NEUDIIXNN Mu. ROOT Mu. PUGSLEY Miss I'IIRSCI-I MCISS O,REILLY PHYLLIS PERNO DANH ELLEN IC ASSOCIATION VERNABELLE BARLETT BEVERLY BOLLARD BERNICE I'IELFER JUNE GALSGIE CHA'RLO'1"rE BOUCR IQAROLYN BRACKETT lx'1AY I-IODGSON MEMBERS Alpha Sigma Alpha M'ARG,xRET BALDWIN Alpha Sigma Tau LOIS FOX Delta Sigma Epsilon GERTRUDE REID Pi Delta Theta ANNA PERRY Pi Kappa Sigma ZITA MULLEII Sigma Sigma Sigma Theta Sigma Upsilon DOROTHY STRONG 100 DORIS PALMER NIARION WEBER M ARY RILEY I'IELEN SCHNOOR PHYLLIS PERNO FLORENCE CONROY JESSAMINE THIEROFF STRONG, MULLER., BOLLARD, KEYSER GALSGIE, SCI-INOOR, HELFER, PERRY, REID, CONROY, KR EINHEDER VVEBER, MOORE, PERNO., CHAPMAN, FOX, RILEY, BRACKISTIT DANHEIHLENIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS PHY1.,L1s PERNO . . President LOIS FOX . Recording Secretary MARY RILEY . Corresponding Secretary Doms PALMER . . Treasurer Miss LUELLA Crmmmm Advisor 101 VER NABELLE BA RLETT ALDHA SIGINA ALDHA JULIA MAE ADAMS SYLVIA AR END MARGARET BA LDWVIN V-ERNABELLE BARLETT MYRIK BARTII IRENE CARPENTER MARY CIIRISTIANSEN V IRGiNl'A DONNIGAN .ESTHISR DRAKE DOIIOTHY FRICKE ALICE GREGER RI-IEA EIANEVVINCKEL ADELLA HARPER RUTH IIEDDEN VELBIA IOIEIST GRETCIIEN IIOLDERBAUM MARGARET IJOUSTON KATIIRYN JOHNSTON MEMBERS GLADYS YOUNG 102 GERTRUDE KANE DORO'fI-Ii' KOIILER EVANGELINIE LEAVE BETTY LYNCH MYARY NIACIDONALD LOUISE NIQCCRACKEN LUCY M ESSNER KATHERINE MBOORE BETTY M URPIIY FRANCES NELSON MlAXINE NELSON DORIS PALMER JEANNE RUSS IIELEN SCIIURERT ETHEL SCIIUTT MARY SIIREDER JULIA STEPIEN SHIRLEY STOWVELL LYNCH, IIOLDERBAUM, HESS, JOHNSTON, NELSON, MCCRACKEN., ADAMS, MURPHY STRATEMEIER, RAWE, MACDONALD, HANLEY, KOHLER VIESSNER, LEAVE, BART!-l, GREGER., FRICKE., CHll'IS'l'IANSEN, NELSON., STEPIEN SCHUBEKT, SHREDER, DRAKE, YOUNG, PHILIPPBAR, RUSS SCI-IUTT, AREND, HEDDEN, KANE, I-IEYNIAN, BARLETT, BALDVVIN, STOWELL., HOUSTON Al.Dl'IA SIGMA AlDl'1A VERNABELLIQ BAliLET'l' M ARGARET BALDWIN MARGARET I1OUSTON SHIRLEY STOWELL SYLVIA AREND . ETHEL SCHUTT , RUTH ILIEDDEN . KA'1'lus1uNE 1W,OOIlE QQERTRUDE KANE ,President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Editor Registrar junior Representative to Panhellenic Senior Representative to Panhellenic BEVERLY BOLLARD ALDHA SIGMA TAU BEVERLY BOLLARD JEANETTE CADY PHYLLIS CARPENTER CATHERINE COONBADT LOIS ANNE DRYER LOIS Fox IDA GONSETI-I DOIiO'FHY IIALSTEAD MEMBERS LEAII WILSON 104- ELIZABETII MAIIONEY RUTH MANTEIK GENEVIEVE MCCORMICK VIVA MEIIRITT MAIIY OBENAUER GRACE SCHUBERT MARION WEBER M ARY WRITING CADY., I-IALSTEAD, GONSETH., OBENAUER, COONRADT, MC CORMICK, MAIIONEY FOX, SCHUBERT, WVEBER, BOLLARD, WVILSON, DRYER, CARPENTER ALDHA SIGMA TAIJ BEVERLY BOLLARD LEAH WILSON . PI-IYLLIS CARPENTER . GRACE SCHUBERT MARION WEBER IMARY OBENAUER NIARY WHITING . LOIS ANNE DRYER Lois FOX . . MARION WEBER . MISS LUELLA CHAPIIAN MISS RUTH NICLEAN . OFFICERS NIWLQ5 ' Ci YT 'R mx Q5 y y G-gg! 105 President Vice-President Recording Secretary . . Treasurer Correspomling Secretary Chaplain, Historian . . Custodian Panlzellenic Representative Panhellenic Representative Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor Gifs 'lg' AN NA PERRY IDI DELTA THETA MEMBERS HELEN BEGGS GENEVIEVE BUNK JUNE GALSGIE ELOISE :HILL IIOLLIS I'IILL MARY ANNE HOARE MILDIIED YAEGER 106 JOSEPHINE KERR ZHELEN ANNE ORMSEY NIARIE EDITH OSBORNE ANNA PERRY ELIZABETH ROOT HELEN SCHNOOR ANNA PERRY . HQELEN SCHNOOR MILDIIED YQXISGEII ELIZABETH ROOT HELEN SCHNOOR JUNE GALSGIE . HILL, KERR, OSEORNE, MARKMAN, ORMSEY, IIOARE ROOT, YAEGEK, PERRY, SCHNOOR, GALsG1E DI DELTA THETA OFFICERS . X N. Pl'CSillCl1l 2 . ,Mg 2 , Vice-Presirlent Q uinn nw "E ' A Q52 Secretary X 'K Y ,A , Ejv:l1t7f1?' L7 2 52: . . . Treasurer . . Senior Pmzhellenic Representative Junior Pfmhellenic Representative MARY ANNE HOOARE . Editor JU N E GALSGI E . Chaplain JUNE GALSGIE . Registrar 107 KA ROLYN B R ACKET'1' SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA HELEN BOE KAIIOLYN BRACKETT CORNELIA BURZYNSKI RUTH CIIALMERS FLORENCE CONROY CAROLINE DIV ITA MARION FRITZ NIARGARET KEIIR MEMBERS 108 B ETTY LEIPHA RT BETTY M ARTIN EDITH MORSE JAN ET N EEDI-IAM MARION RICKARD Tl-IERESA RIEMAN WINONA SIMON ELOISE SLOAN RICKARD, SLOAN, KEIIR, NEEDHAM, PFAU, ENGLEBRECK, BURZYNSKI, FRITZ SHEARSTON, MORSE MARTIN, DI VITA, LEIPHART, BRACKETT, CHALMERS., CONROY, RIEMAN SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA KAROLYN 'BRACKETT RUTH CIIALMERS FLORENCE CONROY BETTY LEIPHART YFHERESA RIEMAN CAROLINE IJIVITA OFFICERS . . . . . . Presiflent .., A E, . , Vice-,President .. ' ' --" 1 lllll ., f? N Recording Secretary :F 'h S 4 lf . Correspomling Secretary I E ir? . . . . Treasurer Keeper :gf Grades 1 09 'rl-DERDFF, KREINHEDER, HODLSON, 0 DONNLI 1, QTRONG, WVRIGH r, Rl GI INF BENZING, MIKTII, KEYSLR, MEAD, SLXIER TH ETA SIGMA UDSILON MYRAX KEYSEIH . D01l0'1'HY SLATER FLORENCE NIIRTH HELEN BENZING IDA REGLING . D0llO'1'HY STRONG . ADELINE KREINHEDEII Miss INA J. MEAD . Miss MARGARET DUPRE HELEN BENZING MARY EIODGSON MK'RA KEYSER ADELINE KREINIIEDER FLORENCE Mmfru CLARK, YVURSTER, RYAN, FARQUHARSON, REID, I-IUBBARD, HARTMAN, LENNON RILEY, HOGAN., VANDERWEEL, HELFER, NENVMAN, KIRK, KNOWLTON DELTA SIGMA EDSILDN BERNICE I-IELFER MARY NEWMAN . . JEANETTE KNOWLTON ELEANOR VANDERWEEL MRS. GEMMILL . MISS SIPP . MARGARET CLARK MAIIY CHOGAN . ISABELLA RYAN . DOROTHY KIRK . MARGAIIET CLARK MARY FARQUIIARSON MAIIIE H:AliTMAN BERNICE IIELFER MARY IIOGAN TIIELMA HUBBARD DOIXOTIIY KIRK OFFICERS MEMBERS EDNA WUIISTER 111 . President . Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Faculty Arlvisor Faculty Advisor . Chaplain Sergeant Historian Treasurer JEANETTE KNOWLTON KATI-IIIYN LENNON MARY NEWMAN GERTRUDE REID MARY RILEY ISABELLA RYAN ELEANOR VANDERWEEL ZITA MU LLER DI IYAIDDA SIGMA CHARLOTTE BOUCK VIRGINIA BOWVERS MAIIY NIARGARET COOK ETLEEN COOKIE ANN DIKISCOLI. RU1'I'l IQIOWVARD PHYLLIS JONES M EM, B ERS 112 MARION KNAW ZITA MULLEII LILLIAN NOLAN MARGERY PALMER PIIYLLIS PERN0 LUCIA SPRAGUE JEANETTE STROUTS JONES, NOLAN, SPRAGUE, COOK, COOKE, BLAKE, DRISCOLL, KNAPP BOUCK, PALMER, MULLER, MCMAIION, HOWARD, PERNO, STROUTS DI IYADDA SIGMA OFFICERS ZITA M ULLER . . President RUTH ILIOWARD . V ice-President PHYLLIS PERNO . Recording Secretary MARGEIIY PALMER . Corresponding Secretary ANN IJRISCOLL . . . Treasurer CHARLOTTE 'BOUOK Corresponding Editor PHYLLIS JONES . . Press Agent EILEEN COOKE . . Selgealzt-al-Alrrrls NIARY IVIAROARET COOK Keeper of Archives FACULTY ADVISORS Miss MARY RINDONE Miss MCMAAHON 113 KEYSER, WVEBER, RUSS, HENSIIAVV, COONRADT, COOKE, PALMER., MULLER, BLESSIN GUERCIO, BLANAR, CHKISTIANSEN, MACDONALD, DRISCOLL, NOLAN, YAEGER PITTERMAN, TOWVNSEND HALLAHAN, KEEFE, MANOFF, LEVENSON, RILEY, SEARLES, KOPECK NU IAMBDA SIGMA OFFICERS FREDA ANNE LEVENSON . , . President BERTHA MIKNOFF . V ice-President NIARY 1lILEY , . , . Treasurer MARY IIALLAHAN . Corresponding Secretary FRANCES KEEFE ..... Recording Secretary FACULTY ADVISORS MR. 1'IODGlN GLADYS BLANAR OLIVE BLESSING VIIIGINIA BODKIN MARY.LOUISE CIIRISTIANSEN EILEEN COOKE CATHERINE COONRADT ANNE DRISCOLL CHARLOTTE GUENER HILDA GUERCIO FRANCES HENSIIAW IXIARY KERR MRS. GEDIMILL MEMBERS NIILDRED YAEGER 1 14 NIISS IIOBSON MYRA KEYSER STEPIIANI KOPECK CLAIRE MACDONAI.D ZITA MULLEIK LILLIAN N OLAN MAIXGERY PALMER ANNA PITTERMAN JEANNE RUSS JANE SEARLES DOROTHY rI'OVVNSEND M.ARION WEBER G GONSETH, MESSNER, CONROY, NELSON, AREND BOOTH, DIFFINE, BOOTH, SMEY, DONOVAN DHI UDSILON DMICIQDN CONSTANCE BOOTI-I MAIiI0'N DIFFINE JUSTINE SMEY . ALICE DONOVIXN HELEN BOOTH , SYLVIA AREND CONSTANCE BOOTI-I IJIELEN BOOTH FLORENCE CONIIOY MARION DIFFINIL ALICE DONOVAN OFFICERS MEMB ERS 115 . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain IDA GONSETII VELMA PIEIST LUCY MESSNEII MAXINE NELSON TIIERESA RIEMAN J USTINE SMEY RICHARD STOTTLER KADDA IYADDA IYADDA G. EPWORTH BALDWIN FRANK BREWSTER LEONARD BUCKTON DAVID E. COOTS JOHN CRAINE FRANK ESTVAN CHESTER FLICK THOMAS FLOOD EARL flRISVVOLD HARRY PIATTEN A RUSSEL l1EWl'I'T ROBERT I-IIGKEY BYRON HILL MELVIN I'IILI. WIIALAIKD IIILTS CLIFFORD I'IUGI-IES GLEASON HUPP RAYMOND KENDALL G. 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IRVING C. PERKINS MR. STEPIIEN CLEMIsN'I MR. EDWARD L. MORRICIE MR. STANLEY CZURLES MR. RAYMOND FRI5'rz MR. HOMER BRUCE M R. JOHN FONTANA. 117 LESTER COFRAW I RAYMOND HOLLSTIQIN DS I D H I MEMBERS HAROLD BANKS OLIVER .KENDALL DONALD BROSSMAN 95 RICHARD LAPE JACK BUFTON My W , ' HAROLD LINDNER RAYMOND BURTCII K L EDWVARD MARTELLE IGNATIUS CALLERI Y S EDWVARD MUSTARD A LESTER CO1-'RAN EARL NITCHKE DONNELL COLLINS RAYMOND RADTKE EDMUND CZECH IRVING RESTORFF RALPH EGGLESTON ELMER RICHARDSON FLOYD GRAHAM FRANCIS RICHARDSOR EDWARD ILIALL CHARLES SCHILLINC WALTER IIEFFLEY ROY SCIIUMAKER EUGENE ZHOEFFLER C. COURTLAND SMITH RAYMOND IIOLLSTEIN HERBERT STUMPF RALPH JANSEN I1OWVARD TRESCII EDVYARD JONES WILIAIAM KEAN 118 NELSON UPTON WALTER VAN BUREN EGGLESTON,STUMPF,KEAN,RICHARDSON,RADTKE,BROSSMAN SCHUMAKER,RICHARDSON,IJNDNER,JANSEN,UPTON,JONES,BUFTON LAPE,HOEFFLER,VAN BUREN,CZECH,KENDALL,RESTORFF,MARTELLE,HALL HEFFLEY, CALLERI., COFRAN, IIUCKINS, HOLLSTEIN, NITCI-IKE, SMITH 1933 LESTER E. 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Leader Faculty A dvisor IHOWARD RANDALL IRVING RESTORFF LIBORIO SCIBETTA DONALD SHAWV CARL SIFKOWITZ GEORGE SNIDERIIAN EDWARD SUSAT WALTER SUTTON GLEN THOMPSON RAPHAEL TIFFANY GEORGE TROMBLEY NELSON UPTON JOEL WEISBERG ED WISE DOLAN, PRUYNE, SCHUELER, VALENTINE, QUIRK, OROH DAVIS, VVILSON, MARKIEWICZ, GRUBER, IRVINE, G1LLE'r'rE, BELOCR LINDNER, MATTEI, QUACKENBUSH, SHERIDAN, TOTO, CAPUTO, BYRNE CNE YEAIQ VOCATIUNAI. GIQDIJID OFFICERS JOHN A. SI-IERIDAN . President JOHN A. LINDNER Vice-President FELEOIA M. TOTO . . Secretmy MR. GEORGE QUACKENBUSH . . . Faculty AIIUISOF MEMBERS MAIRY .BELOCK THOMAS BYRNE JOSEPH CAPUTO IJAZEL DAVIS LEO DOLAN ELMER L. GILLETTE J OI-IN A. GROH I CHARLES GIIUBIBIH ROBERT A. IRVINE I'IORACE ,ELVIN XVILSUN 137 JOHN A. LINDNER IIENRY NIARKIEWICZ GABRIELLE AAATTEI WILLARD B. PRUYNE :HAROLD L. QUIRK RAY G. SCHUELER JOHN A. Sl-IERIDAN FELECIA M. TOTO IIAROLD G. VALENTINL REINIIARDT, GOLDEN, NIEDERPRUEM, HOUSTON, GRANT, SPENCER, GOWV, SHEARSTON BURNHAM RICE, CARMICHAEL, BRYANT, SPRAGUE, GERSHEL, FENTON, ROBERTS, OSTRYNSKI JOHNSTON KATHER, GARDNER, HOGAN, COOK, HOUSTON, KELVER, YOUNG ADT IKIQAFT IYLUB OFFICERS MYKRY MARGARET COOK . President M ARY HOGIKN , . . . Vice-President EDYTII KELVER . Corresponding Secretary MARGARET IIOUSTON . . . Treasurer MR. STANLEY A. CZURLES . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS MARGARET BRYANT EVELYN GRANT ROEERTA PIRIE LILLIAN BURNIIAM MARY EIOGAN DORIS PILSON RUTH CARMICHAEL FREDA FIOUSTON DOROTHY RElNliAllDT NIARY MARGARET COOK MARGARET HOUSTON FRANCES RICE MRS. CZURLES KAY JOHNSTON SALLY ROBERTS TIIELMA FENTON RUTII KATIIER ELIZABETH SHEARSTON BETTY GAXRDNIER EDYTI1 KELVER BARBARA SPENCER JENNIE GERSIIEL MARION A. NIEDERPRUEIII LUCIA SPRAGUE ' HELENE GOLDEN MAIIIE NOWVAK LENORA SPROUT :HELEN Gow 1-IELEN OSTRYNSKI LIAXVERNE YOUNG 138 1 1 1 AC IVl+lES 0 All KI-QA T STM J Fw l ALICE ALLEN VERNARELLE BARI.ETT 'B ETTY BARTON FHIEDA BECK RITA BIRIJ GLAUYS BLANAR BIARJORIE Buss EUNICE BOWELI. GLADYS BOWVELI. CORA BREAKER ELLEN BURTON IIELEN CARLSON NIABEL CARLSON BETTY CARTER LOIS CIIASDDOCK ISABELLE CLlP'l3'0RD J EssIE CONSTANTINE Lois COVEL ZORA COxE MAY DAIILSTROAI HAZEL IDAVIS MIRIAIII DYAVISON LILLIAN DOOR ALMA DOUGIIERTY DOROTIJEA EBEL MILIJRED FERGUSON NIARJORIE FERRIS RUTII E. FISCIIER RUTII M. FISOI-IER AREY FLEMING MILDRED FREY MARGUERITE GAIiN MARGARET GARIJINER MYKRX' GESSFORD L. ELIZABETH MC CLATCHY Y. W. C. A. MEMBERS PAULINE GIOFALONIE LILLIAN LJODDARD ALICE GREGER ELEANOR GRIFFIN BUTII IJAFFA rI1llELMA JIAINES ANNA HARRISON ELIZABETH IIARBISON ESTHER IJARBISON ETHEL PIARBISON ' MILOREO I'lARPST BERNICE IIELFER GERTRUOE HIAIMERT RUTH IJOLLENBECK FLORENCE HOMEII MARGARET I'10RNER RLTTII IJOVVARD MlI.DRED l'IOwEI,I. 'TIIELMA IIUBBARD MARTIIA HUNT CALISTA I'1URD KATHRYN JOHNSTON PIIYLLIS JONES GERTl!Ul7E KANE EVA MAY KELLY ELIZABETH KENIJEI. DOROTHY KING RUTII KING ELSIE KIPLING NORMA KLEINSMITII CLAIRE K01'ECK LEONA KRAUS AIJELINE KREINIIEDER RUTH KUMPF ANNA KUNTZ AHELIA LATTA IDA LAUTZ EDITH LAWLESS FREDA ANNE LEVENSON RUTH LINDSTEDT AILEEN BIALZUIRE JEAN MYXGLJIRE HYKZEI. Mfkl'ES IRENE JVIAREK ANNA LOU BIARKS KATIIERINE BIARSII MARGARET MASTERS LAIIRETTA MAY ELIZABETH MCCLATCIIY BETTY MOINTOSII MARY BICKENZIE MAIIION BIIERGENTIIALER NIARJOIUE MIIYIUS LVJLADYS MOIIR EDITH MORSE BETTY MURPI'lY BETTY MURRAY ISAREL NOON.AN MARY ORENAUER MAIIGARET OEBRIAN ELLEN OQBRIEN EILVIRA PANIJOLFI DOIKOTIIY JJAYNE ANNA PERRY BEATRICE PETERSON RUTH PIIILIPPBAH JEANETTE PUTNAM VIRGINIA RAWE 140 RUTH RECORD ALICE REN ISABEL RIIJALL ELIZABETH ROOT FERN RYER MARJORIE SOIIAIIIIIER ROSEMARY SGIIULTZ ETIIEL SCIIUTT TIIELMA SCOTT MARY Sl-IREDER ALICE SIMPSON DOROTHY SLATER JUSTINE SMEY MARGARET SMITH HELEN SMOKOVYSKA BARBARA SPENCER JULIA STEPIEN MARGYAIKET STIGKNEY SHIRLEY STOWELL MARY STRAND IRIS SULLIVAN KYATIILEEN TATU BERNICE THIEDT VERNA VFIFFT JANE TROW MARGARET XVAGGONER ELIZABETH WEST RUTH WESTENFELIJER JEANE XVILCOX ETIIEL WILSON ELVIRA WITT JANE WOLF MARY ALICE WRIGHT DORIS YUIIL HOWARD, KOPECK, FREY, BOWVELL, CLIFFORD, BURTON., I-IELFER ROOT, WVHITTEMORE, MCCLATCIIY., MA GUIRE, HUBBARD., HARBISON ELIZABETH MCCLATC HY AILEEN MAGUIRE ELIZABETH ROOT THELMA IIUBBARD Miss DUPRE . MRS. FOSTER . MRS. WIIITTEDIORE STEPHANIE KOPECK . ESTHER HARRISON ELLEN BURTON . GLADYS BOWELL ISABELLE CLIFFORD . 11UTI:I IIOVVARD . BERNICE I-IELFER MILDRED FREY . . President Vice-President . Treasurer . Secretary Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor . Program Religious Education Social Service . Finance Entertaimnent . fWelnbership . Music Publicity NATIDNAL STUDENT FEDEDATIDN DI: AMEIQICA The National Student Federation of America held its Ninth Annual Congress during the Christmas holidays at Nvash- ingtou, D. C. with the American University as host. The Federation has the following as a goal: "We would achieve a spirit of cooperation among the students of the United States, to give consideration to questions affecting students' interests. "We would develop an intelligent student opinion on N questions of national and international importance. "We would foster understanding among the students of the world, in the furtherance of an enduring peace. "In working toward these e11ds the Federation acts in- dependently of any political party or religious creed." , Leaning to the conservative wing rather than to the liberal l . or radical, the organization attempts each year to progress nearer 1tS goal through a program of well-planned con- structive action. The Federation desires to make itself a vital force in the national picture. A half-million college students, jarred out of an attitude of indifference and downright complacency by a prolonged economic depression and increasing uncertaint as to Y the future, look to the N. S. F. A. for leadership. Given time to do a great deal of 'thinking d l A I 4 s a n Us an at ast reahzmg that perhaps something should be done about an insecure position such as theirs, the delegates were ready to discuss much of a national and political nature in addi- 5 tion to pertinent campus problems. Discussions of faculty-student relationships, publications, etc., emphasized tl1e need of cooperation between faculty and students on problems of mutual concern A motion 0 J Jos- . . . . .' ' I 1 ing faculty censorship of college publications was defeated and one llfglllg cooperation was d a opted. The Federation urged establishment and broadening of self helm bureaus foi . - 1 f college students and endorsed the entire program of Federal aid to education as proposed by the Federal Advisory Committee on Emergency Aid in Education likewise ado Jted a I . g ,. . t I plan for financial aid to needy students through an Emerffency Loan Fund Any tendenc . . . U U . ' V to increase tuition charges was opposed by the delegates. Material on honor systems. frat .t -f . t . 3 A v 1. . . erm y, non raternlty problems, athletics, student government functions, publications, and extra-class organizations was gleaned from discussion groups, bull sessions and per' sonal contact. DAVID COOTS Chief among the Federationis plans is the sponsoring, in cooperation with the Department of Commerce, of a "Laboratory for Leadership in Public Affairs." This is to be a national u111vers1ty for the purpose of orienting one hundred and fifty or two hundred students, f b pre era ly political science majors, in the work of the national Government. After s Jendinfr D I C' three months of the year in intensive study these asplrants to a political hfc should be well versed in national affairs. Much in evidence was the desire of the delegates to help in fashioninff changes in the i w u g ,. U . economic and social structure of the country, although the ltederation refused to takea stand on any partisan issues. Not so hesitant, however, were other national student groups convening in Wasliingtoll the last week in December. Many watched with interest the meetings of the National Student League, the League for Industrial Democracy, the Na tional Student Federation and the culmination of all three in the National Conference on Students in Politics, vainly hoping that they would merge into an embryonic youth move ment. Failure to cooperate, to agree on a unified purpose and to forego personal interests arrested the development of a movement with great potentialities. 142 1 l VVEBER, LEVINE, KILBURY, RESTORFF, JONES, PLATT, ROBERTSON, JONES, MALLORY LAPE, JOSELYN, MURRAY, PASSAGE, BRIGHTON, REID CONROY., GUERC10, TERRY, KOPECK, MACDONALD, MANOFF, RENZ, MANTER PITTERMAN, WILSON, HOLDERBAUM PATTI, GOOSSEN, S'l'RA'l'EMElER, HALL, GALLAGHER, NISSENSON, FRITZ, KENDALL BETTY GALLAGIIER EDWVARD HALL . MARION FRITZ . BETTY STRATEMEIER RAYMOND KENDALL HAROLD NISSENSON FLORENCE CONROY GEORGE BRIGHTON FRANCIS DAVIES ANNE DRISCOLL RALPH EGGLESTON MARION FRITZ BETTY GALLAGHER FLORENCE GIKIIDEN ER IJILDA GUERCIO EDWARD IIALL GRETCHEN HOLDERHAUM ROBERT IIOWARD CALISTA H URD NORMA JOHNSTONE EDWARD JONES REES J ONES MANTER DIQAMATIC CLU I3 O'l?'F,lCERS MEMBERS 'MARJORIE J OSLYN RAYMOND KENDIXLIJ :MARY ISERR .HOWARD KILIEUIKY STEPHANIE KOPECK RICHARD LAPE EV.-XNGELINE LEAVE AARON LEVINE PORTER NIALLORY BERTHA MANOEE EDITH MfkNTE,ll RUTH JVIANTER GABRIELLE MATTE1 CLAIRE MCDONALD BETTY JVIURRAY JTAROLD NISSENSON 1113 President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary f freasurer Sergeant-at-A rm s SHIRLEY PASSAGE JOSEPH PATTI JANE PERSON ANNE PITTERMAN N ATHAN PLATT IIOWARD RANDALL JOHN REID EVA RENZ JRVING RESTOREE RALPH ROBERTSON BETTY ROBINSON EDWARD SUSAT B ETTY STRATEMEI E R LYNETTE TERRY EDVVIN WEISIER LEAH WILSON THE DIQAMATIC CLUB 1 The Dramatic Club has developed an all-student organi zatlon to handle the business matters involved in play pro- , . duction, leaving the director free to concentrate her efforts on the actual directio11 of the play. LM To foster this new policy the Dramatic Club has organized -QA . , a production staff composed solely of those students of the college interested in the back stage efforts of play production. The set-up of this staff includes the Board of Directors - ' "'-an ' made up of the President, General Business Manager, Gen- . ,,.- , , . . , Q K- p eral Stage Manager, and Publicity Manager. Directly under ,:1.f!3'-t 1 4 4 the supervision of this board, who with the Director view X, ' the production from all angles, are the heads of the various f ,T,'i.if. K ' production committees. These committees of concentrated -32'-5 I -"1-Lf - , T sv . Y jf-Q,zg5,',-Q., i 55,1-+-.-l oif-stage efforts include the Stage Crew, Property, Costume, ' 'W' ' ' ' Publicity, Ushers, and Box-office departments. MWA Q GOOSSEN Under this production management more students with varied dramatic interests ffor dramatics include not only the art of acting, but all the artsj are able to participate in some phase of dramatic work, suited to their talents or their interests. "Many students," Miss Coossen states, "have told me that they were interested in dramatics and its fields, but that they didn't try out for the club because they felt that they l' l ' l 1 it n t lave a chance." That statement might have been true when the only phase of dra- matic activity considered by the club was the acting, but today with the varied phases ' l d l mc u ec , anyone with the desire and interest for dramatic work has the opportunity for participation. The field of dramatics is extensive a d t - l tion in any of its activities. To show best the details of the necessary cooperation and importance of back stage activity we might cite an incident which occurred in this year's Spring Play, "Tl1eQueen7s Husband." During a war scene off stage Qcreated by the various back stage committeesj a slab of plaster from the palace walls fell to the g1'ound as a result of a gun shot. ln order to effect this event, the Science Department had to design a stage set to accommodate such action. Two members of a property committee had to be stationed at the vital spot during the performance to be ready to both imitate the gun shot and Cl1'01J the plaster at the precise moment called for in the script-and last of all the character on the stage reacted to this result of highly concentrated cooperation. This example will show the invaluable importance of the members of the back stage crews. Think of all the effort necessary to effect that o11e little event, and then try to imagine the scope of the field and the number of people necessary to produce the many effects of scenery, costume, light, and p1'operty before the actor can present his characterizations. Practically two-thirds of the .whole production is efficient back stage effort. There is room for any number of interested people in a progressive dra- matic circle. n open o anyone c esirous of participa- Now that we have learned a little about back stage business, let us look at the actor's side of dramatics. Miss Goossen says, "A keen sympathetic, intelligent understanding of human nature and the ability to apply this understanding in a characterization fwhich involves body, mind and voicej makes for the successful actor. The body and voice must be so trained that they become servants of the mind. Never must these agents stand in the way of the thoughts or ideas to be conveyedf, Those of us who have not the ability to perform will express our imitative desires by becoming discriminating and intelligent spectators. Thus it becomes apparent that if the desire for dramatics is present, the opportunity to express one's self can be had either behind the scenes or before the footlights. As to the future, Bliss Goossen has high hopes and aspirations. It is her desire to have the Dramatic Club an organization wherein students may participate in characterizations, play direction, production, supervision, and play writing. 144 yu i 1 I r n FRANCIS IVIANLEY FRANCIS TILLY . FRED SMITI-I . CLIFFORD RALPPI LEO DOLAN MR. MII MR MR. MR. BRAIJLIQY COYEII F RETZ GRABAU MESSNIEII RALPH, DOLAN GRABAU-, MANLEY, NEUMANN MEN 'S CLIJ I3 OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS 146 President . Vice-President Second Vice-President MII. MII MII MII MII. SGCTEKUIQ' Treasurer PETERSON PIII LLIPPI PUGSLEY ROOT TII UIIB EI: FAUCETT, ALLEN, HARRIS, WVALTON, YAI-INKE, RODMAN, YOUNG, BARCAY, BARBER BENEDICT, REGLING, BURNS, STRONG, NELSON, HOLLENBECK, NVRIGHT., THOMPSON UEBELI-IOER., VVILSON HANNE'I"I', MORRIS, STROUTS, IIEPINSTALL, GONSETII, MEAD, FARQUHARSON CARPENTER, CAREY NDN-IQESIDENT ASSOCIATION IDA GONSETH PHYLLIS CARPENTER . M ARY FARQUIIARSON . MISS FRANCES ILIEPINSTAI MISS INA M EAD . ALICE ALLEN ICATI-ILEEN BARBER WlLR1.A 'BARCAY :NIYRA BARTII JANET BENEDICT MYRA BROWVN BEATRICE BRYAN KATE BUCKPITT GENEVIEVE BURNS MADELINE CAREY VEIIONICES CONNOR BETTY DORHAMER ANNE MAE FAUCETT RHEA LIANEWINCKEL OFFICERS I L MEMBERS CHARLOTTE H ANN ETT DOIiO'I'IIY IIARRIS FLORENCE l'IINZ NIQAE IIODGSON RUTH IIOLLENBECK ANNIE MCKENZIE VIVA IVIERRITT I. ELIZABETH NIORRIS MAXINE NELSON MARY NILES RUTH OAKES IDA REGLING MARY RICHARDS LOUISE RORERTS SARA SCOTT 147 President Vice-President . SGCTCIUTFY- Treasurer Faculty A dvisor Faculty Advisor THELMA SCOTT MARY STRAND DOROTHY STRONG JEANETTE STROUTS .HOPE THOMPSON IVIARY UEBELIIOEIG ROSE MAIKY CUPHILL :NIARY WALTON ELIZABETH WEST FLORENCE WHITE ETI-IEL WILSON MARY ALICE WRIGHT LOLA YAHNKE DONA YOUNG X J .101 fl' l ' 9 2 , M C C 'i'0 j Vfhx f .I f ' wily xl -an ' 1 YIff'za'- 'ww 'mu --uf N .wr .V , ,. L - wi A wwf iw Mu. . Ays V. aww- ww- wg . vu. J, ':f-'. E 'ffm' 5 'Jw 1555, fgsw, .JJ . yi:-. ' A I-13.3 ,-,. -- ks-f KPEEEI. 'Y-I 'f 155' " sg!-' 545115. yifpf 1 ' at --,EX 1229.1 xgpvwd' vi.-' . .um-jx '. 1 M 2'1" 1 . U - 41- A. U-'uf ,'21.::f' use X' ' .1-inf 'Qmfmfv-' . 3591 g3gi4,..,,W.:- N -- 1,3410 4 Q Ggiw ga,-' ,Q up - ' 'jr -21,331 , - .,-,, w.'p.' ur rf. 'w 415- . ,-:Q 4. +-3,2 - 5323 iw' wx, if 52 EM-1 13 , KH P 78 : .J W? ,- ,f 'fi inf: .,' wg- " '- " 1 ,555 55. '75 Qiiuiy' fifi - 1-X... -. ' wr.- N DAVID SAN FORD ATH LETIC ASSUCIATION The Athletic Association, as an organization of the entire student and faculty enrollment of our college body having for its chief function the management and direction of all college athletic activity, endeavors to promote sportsmanship and a close spirit of friendliness among its members by offering a diversihed program which will enable as many students as possible to participate. This yearis program was begun by the dedication of our new athletic field. To State tl1e Dedication Day ceremony was the fulfillment of a long-desired dream. The new field pro- vides a place where the students may participate in many of the outdoor sports which previously were denied them. Added to the intra-mural program this year were two new sports: soccer and cross- conntry. Soccer was played for the Hrst time at the Dedication Day ceremony in a 'thrilling battle between the Sophomores and the Freshmen of the college. It is hoped that some day State may sport a varsity soccer team. Cross-country was initiated into our midst by the running of the first annual cross-country jaunt around the neighboring Delaware Park Lake. Such interest was shown in the race that in the future it will be looked forward to as a high-light of our athletic intra-mural competition. With the continued cooperation of the student body the program will become richer and more inclusive year after year. 150 I 1.7 K EGGLESTON, HALL GRABAU, SANFORD, COYER ATl'I LETIC ASSDCIATIDN OFFICERS DAVID SANFORD . . President EDYVARD HALL , . . Treasurer DORIS PALMER . . Vice-Pmsirlens MR. PIERBERT COYER Faculty Advisor RALPH EGGLESTON . Secretary MR. ANDREW GRABQSU Faculiy Advisor MISS 'RUTH HOUSTON . Faculqy Advisor Fresh nz en Soph omores ,I un iors PAUL COLEMAN WILLIAM KEIXNIE FRANCIS DAVIES JANE PERSON MARY MCDONALD DORIS WEAVER Seniors One Year Vocational THOMAS FLOOD CHARLES GRUBER BERNICE HELFEII 151 EPWORTII BALDWIN rally: a last quarter splurge by our team won amid sighs of re- lief. . . room for improvement. HUBERT E. COYER WESLEY KETCHAM rough n tumble: poor refereeing made for ragged basketball and state, a much better team nearly met defeat. IQESIJLTS Cl: BASKETBALL SEASDN hi-lite: a high class performance on both offense and defense by ithaea's big team oulclasscd Slate. defense: a good zone defense was offset by an undirected offense and ragged work in shooting. promise: adding a real scoring punch to the defense of the cort- land game state showed promise for the future. hardfought: 'though held on even terms all the way a good brockport team stalled to a 1 point win. clockwork: clicking in brilliant style state looked strong in beat- ing mechanics by a wide margin. cheesebox: playing the next night on the toy court at gencseo state dropped a loosely played game . . . baskeLball?'? 152 STKTE 1 23 IIROCKPORT 25 STAT E 3 I FREDONIA 31 S TAT E I-'REDONIA OSW hG0 42 38 STATE 50 35 no brakes: again broekport, com- ing from behind nosed out state in a see-saw battle. hair-raising: a large delegation of state rooters went wild as state won an uphill fight on fredonia's oetagonal court. too big: a tall rangy niagara team knocked down enough state shots to win handily. breather: state took an easy game from an inexperienced ag- gie team . . . the calm before the storm . . . anti-climax: an overflow crowd went basketball crazy as state nosed out fredonia 42-38 in two extra periods. climax: state's brilliant late game rally won over a highly-touted oswego qnint. "FliAN" DAVIES Time and again Fran's body-Lwisting, net - swishing shots have set our siren wheezing. 1 " DAVEMSAN FO R D Complelinghisfourth year as a varsity player, Dave's floor play and consistent scoring punch gave balance L0 our team. VAIQSITY BASKETBALL 1933-1934- "BARON" HICKEY A first year man on the varsity, Bolfs ahility to give State possession of the hall at center has been invaluable. 153 CAPT. "WHS" KETCHANI Playing his last of four seasons at State, Wes was the hearl and soul of Statc's defense as well as a reliable point-getter. PAUL COLEMAN A freshman, Paul won anal kept his place on the team hy his untiring lighting .lrisll spirit. SCHERNAU, HUBBARD, MARTIN, MILLIKEN, KE'rcnA31, oncisri, RAINIAN, UI.-TON, HEDDEN BUCKTON, HILL, EGGLESTON, HEW'IT'1', SHERIDAN, MUNICH, HATTEN IQESEIQVE BASKETBALL 1933-1934 The purposes of a reserve team are mainly to acl as substitutes for 't l ,. - ' varsi y p aycrs, ancl, what is more important, to develop new players for competition in future years. As a result of experience gained through competition with teams on last year,s reserve schedule, 'tFra11,' Davies and "Bohn Hickey were able to win places on this year,s varsity team. The reserve team of 1933-34 gives promise of a successful varsity campaign in the 1934-35 season. The beauty of it is that those who show the best possibilities are mostly first year men with three seasons of play ahead of them. This strengthening process should, within a few seasons, bring our team to front rank among Western New York teams. 154 DERNER. ORGEK, IIUPP MARTIN, MILLEII, MILLIKEN, ERNST, HENDERSON FIQESI-IMAN l3ASliEil3ALL 1933-1934 The ranks of the"Class of l937"are literally studded with good basketball material. The lfreslnnan team, itself, is not truly representative of the Freshman class because both the varsity and reserve teams have found places for first year men. Much is expected of 'these players in years to come. A keen rivalry which sprang up between the Freshman and Sophomore classes at the event of the Dedication Day soccer game was renewed on the basketball court. The bitterly fought Dedication battle was won in two overtime periods by a score of 4-3. Although normally tl1e game of soccer does not allow for overtime periods, the enthusiasm Qif not the skillb of the players and the excited interest of the spectators demanded a decision. Meeting for the first time on tl1e court, the Freshmen wo11 handily. At the next meeting many sparks flew and when the smoke of battle had cleared away and the referee had been safely escorted to the dressing room, the scoreboard read Freshmen, 233 Reserves, 22, thus giving the Frosh a clean sweep of the two-game series. 155 STUART O,HAGAN WALTER VAN BUREN HARRY HATTEN TE N N I S SEASON RECORD 1933 April . University of Buffalo 7 . . State 0 May . Niagara University 2 . . State 4 May . Canisius College 5 . . State 0 May . Alfred University 4 . , State 2 May . Brockport Normal 1 . . State 3 May . Alfred University 3 . . State 3 May . University of Buffalo 4 . . State 3 May . Brockport Normal 0 . . State 4 May . Niagara University 2 . . State 4 May , Deveaux M. A. Faculty 4 . . State 1 May . . . Canisius College 4 .... State 1 An intensive schedule of 11 matches, 10 of which were played within a period of 16 days, left Student-Coach John Evans' team on the short end of a 6-4 score as far as matches were concerned. The season record, however, shows some interesting angles. Comparing the scores of the two matches played with the University of Buffalo, for example, we find a 7-0 whitewash at the first meeting of the two teams turned into a hard fought 4-3 battle in which State showed much improvement. This form improvement again shows in that 3-3 tie with Allred which boasted a previous 4-2 victory over State. The personnel of the team included, as regular performers: four men, Oilslagan, Smith, Hatten, and People. Alternates were Scibetta and Murphy. Only one player, People, is lost to this yearis team. Mr. Grabau, who has had a year's sabbatical leave, will resume his duties as coach for the 1934 season, replacing Evans. The Athletic Association has appointed Walter Van Buren as manager for the new year. 156 CHEEDLEADEIQS n H E ARTHUR PANKOVV GEORGE M W E EE K NORMA CATON 157 ANN FIQESHMAN-SCDHDMDIQE BASKETBALL KFISCI-IER, ALAIMO, CARTER, PERRY, RENICK, FISCHER, HORNER, JOHNSTON MC RAY 1 KANE SHULTZ, MAC DONALD, VALLONE, TRENT, EICHORN, MC INTOSH, KUCHAN, HOLDERBAUM FAUCETT, MASTERS, CLIFFORD DAMON, STRATEMEIER, KUHN, DOUGHERTY, FRICKE, SHREDER, KOHLER, HILL, WITTIG GARDINER, DAHLSTROM, KAUBISCH, FERRIS MATTESON, BENEDICT, LAWLESS, HUGHES, CARLSON, KOELMEL, NEFF, SLACER DANHEISER, BIRD, ROOD 158 JIJNIDD-SENIDIQ GIRLS' IBAIKETIBALL CASEY, DONNIGAN, RENZ, BURZYNSKI, BARLETT, HOUSTON, DOXTATOR, ZABKOWVSKI HOARE, MIRTI-I, STRANG, HALLAHAN SCIIAFER, RUSKOVYSKI, MASON, STOVVELL, HOUSTON, KUMPF, PERRY, KERR, MORSE 159 Fifi. - 24911 mia. W.-1. :iff 1 M-.,.-H", ' -emffw. -,:f:...x , 4. Q74 '. fy ,Ni ,j ' :fy-x xzlebfxai 1 -: --15.1. in 'ig ,.,,... 1 ' Fmzsf av-va, . ' -.,:y.., , ,.A.,Q .. H' - we if .-.. 1.4 - . .. ' .,:.. 2 Y? 1 , wel'-A -- '- Wigs' -125: W 1 ,S5S'?4, ' UZ ,, A . ,g5:g, , .:,f': 4 X EW: ' -ff - 2:9 '- -.g. ,,. S.,- W , sf?-s Y gw. ' RYX1 R "'7J'E:'fJ . A V, -L gggg 4 411' 2 Agwgfgi bf W . , mf., ,: , we? V W.. hc: "Li 593' '2W1.:..,..-. ....,.1.x.. iywi- if-Y Q Em, Q .,. -. -L X 1. EN' ll :vim X L . B wk A Nw LITTLE E LMEIQ FDIQEWDDD + He who laughs last, laughs hestg and so we, the staff of Little Elmer, l1ave saved our Contribution until the last. We aren't trying to keep your memo- ries tangihle and intact. Oh, no, We should say not! We are just trying to show you how the yearbook would look if we were running it just for fun. I 64 MU LTI DLE CHDICE DEDICATIUN There are so many people who deserve the dedication of this noble volume that we have decided to let you take your choice. Answer yes or no, check the one desired and cross out those for whom you do not wish to vote. Little Elmer, 1034, is gratefully dedicated to: Sigmund Arywitz . Whcmse ability for unique and vivid phrases is excelled only by his H orignality of presentation. Ralph Robertson . Wliose enamel of blase sophistication seems impervious to crack or dent. Bebe Helfer . . For her smile, her pep. and her amhidextrous song-leading. Howard Treseh . To make up for the absence of Doris. Art Pankow . . For his untiring efforts at tiring the crowd. The l. R. C. . Whose ears are as cold as their conductors, hearts. Mrs. Kideney , . . Who so ably keeps our parents informed of our progress. Jane Searles . . Whose ability to carry on a debate is equaled only by her ability to inspire them. Forrest Maxwell and George Hubbard . . The pillars of the Student Center. for their splendid work in supporting its walls. llerb Stumpf . Who rushes in where angels fear to tread. Why not be honest and dedicate the hook to yourself ? 165 CAMDIN6 DN THE CAMPUS Within the stillness of the night, Behold, here is a campus site! But what a sight it is to see! Sh, we'll admit you with the key. High LQ. will welcome you. Step inside and meet the crewe- Art and Music and Lit. and Ed. Can quickly put you in the red. But, then, perhaps you'd like 'lo switchg Visit Home lic. and learn to stitch. Yet, still. you may prefer to try Vocations olilered to the sky. Now. il' that's settled, let us skip To the gym building for a dip. Basketball and tennis await, Even pingipong will keep you late. But look beyond, what do you see? '1'ha't's right. the dorms that are to he. Come, let us move along the quadg Ah, what is this, a paper wad? How do you deal with children wild: "Spare the rod and spoil the child?" ln our practice school you'll Find Best 'treatments for body and mind. With this, we complete our tour: S. T. C. is great. to he sure. 160 YF. CLIE X CLMPIS 1-Pi BEAM DOQAAS LLL ' LU LL LLLL L U- WOIQD IDICTUIDES Ol: THE FACULTY There is a young teacher named Vail, Who scampers o'er hill and oier dale, In search of grasshoppers, In case tl1ey are whoppers, He carries along a little tin pail. There is a professor named Bradley, Artistic goatee he loved madly, But to his chagrin The hair on his chin Has been retarded most sadly. Mrs. Carolyn W. Heyman, Ran into a bold highwayman, He asked for her money She said, "Don,t be funny. I'1n a teacher and have no pay,-man." Our librarian Miss Heppinstall, Won't let us talk in the library a-tall, But we don't mind Because she is so kind Whenever we meet her out in the hall. Our dean of men, Doctor Neumann, As a speaker, we think, is superhuman He talks about China Oh, what could be liner Than to learn that the Chinese are human. Our teacher of songs Miss Ruth E. Speir, Sings in assembly with a voice strong and clear, We think she's a great Song-leader at State She brings our glee club to first place each year. Our noble maestro Miss Edna Hurd, Who never has heard a discouraging word, Her arms raised on high We thought she might fly Poised as she was, like a hlue bird. 168 fi X 1209- T4-YQSE Gs XXX WO W Wi x38 wi K3 -K uf UQDQBUGBBQIIBIIQUUQHBHUHQHHUGEBQDHQQG UGQHQUQUBBGBDBBQQUHUGGUB THE ELMS ALMANACIK ron NASTY, oun, coun, FALL TEIQM :mann :mu 2. S ca S i. E Do 3 E. s : E QE' Da 3 2 nmxnunnnmm 50 U Q ""x-T, "-' .fem V ' Q as if J nll""ll"m J ' Herein we do relate 9 5 .zu--: . ff.. in 41 gg g 5 ff' '.'e f' n ggi f Lg R01 . 2 2 f 1' '--- -it J ,,,,"'.,u The happenzngs 3 Q I A' nf i...,w,," g iffffmke . . E as -1 this Fall at btate. 3 E m 2 E SEPTEMBRE 5 U g 12 First day of school-The Junior-Freshman Picnic-389V2 hard boiled eggs consumed. U 8 .l L1 Registration-1300 people change their minds and take penmanship. g g 27 Faculty-Freshman reception-The evolution of Freshman names. 2 E 29 Home Ee. Dance-The Date Bureau gets in a few whaeks and wheeks! 2 5 U' 530 U55 OCTOBRE E 2-6 Freshman Daze-Freshman disappointed because nothing happens. 5 5 9 Sophomore-Freshman Party-Slumpf has a swell time. Q 3 13 Psi-Phi's Rural Rampage-Porter Nlallory meets the pump. The pump wins. E 9 27 Dedication of Athletic Field-57 rubbers and one trombone lost in mud. 5 g 27 Sigma Tau Gamma Dance-Don Dobbins mistaken for jack-o-lantern and torn apart by q S souvenir hounds. 2 5 NOVEMBRE S E 3-4 NVestern New York Teachers Convention-Half the school meets the other 3 3 2 half downtown. J ul S g 10 Tri Kappa Aviation Dance-Bebe .Helfer does a tail-spin. f 2 5 16 Glee Club Revels-Bob Hickey registers sex appeal. XA Q g 29 How mueh would you charge to haunt a house? Delta Sig only charged g 5 Sl. fadvj A 5 29 Thanksgiving recess begins-Three guesses why we'rc thankful! 1 s 2--E . 9939 5905 DECEMBRE 5 2 Alumni vs. State-Dick Lape smokes cigar in gym and gets away with it. 9 g 5 Kappa Delta Pi Assembly-Georgie makes a speech and Benny makes a break. g g '17-18 Christmas Assembly-Good King lveneeslaus has fallen arches from over-exercise. g B 22 Junior Ball-Kay Nloore heaves a sigh of relief. 'B E 23 Christmas Vacation-Cools uses new roller-skates on Capitol steps. E E JANUARIE E E 8 Classes resume work-NVhat do you mean reszune? Wliat do you mean worlr? E Q 12 Burns Program-Bobbie Burns turns in his grave. 5 g 22-26 Exams-We all boast about how late we worked last night. 2 30-31 Regislration-Freda-Anne is too artistic to remember her section. B U5 5 Cl G U ll D 3 9 5 5 Q 5 5 5 Q H 5 3 5 U ll 0 U U 9 U Q G U 5 5 5 5 B 5 9 5 9 E 5 H 5 5 9 5 G 5 U 9 5 E E 2 H 5 Q UQ 5555555555555555555 55555555555555555555555555555 555555555555555555 THE ELMS ALMANACIK ron BALMY, DALMY SDIQING TEDM .4rum Domino 1934 This term hath 291g days, nr so it seemclh. 5555555555555 5555555555555 E List, while to you we bring , 'V i- E s . . 1 s g Facts and fiction 3 a ' . E anent this Spring. 3 9 ii-E 5 5555 5555 F EBRUARTE g 2 Alpha Sigma 'l'au's Gay Nineties Dance-Winsome Wfinnie faints for publicity. g g 3 Meellanies lnstitute vs. State-The band plays its piece. g g 8 The cold spell begins-Edwin Welier and Raye Conrad have their ears frozen. g 5 9 Cold weather keeps Hindus away-Record Hscoopsi' story. 5 3 15 Pi Kap's Campus Caper-Blonde tax le-We always knew blondes were cheap. 3 3 S 5 MARCHE 5 5 5 g 1 Ye ELMS goes to press-Ye Editors go to bed. g g 2 Tri Sig Bunny llop-Kay Brackett brings an egg. g Q 8 Stunt NitcQMarty Smith comes out of hiding. Q S 15 Psi Phi dedieates Frat House. More curtains washed! g g 28 Easter Recess-College moves to Grosvenor. S 5555 5555 APRILLE 5 5 H 3' . a 5 sy 9 Classes resume work-See fall almanack for ,lanuarle 8. 5 g '-iv aXvfyli"'4vl, I3 Senior Ball-Unsuspecting seniors are on hand to be tapped for Alpha. 3 2 XII l9e20 Queen's Husband-Levine swears off women and takes up checkers. g 5 fi 21 359W parents pull the old boner about April showers and May flowers. 5 5 ' 27 Pi Delta's Nipponese Night-Anna Perry says "no tiekee-no washeef' E 555555 55555 MAYE 10 Spring Concert-Lindner wears his own lllx. 5 g 111- Panhellenie Day-Advance showing of last summer's white dresses. 3 g 18 hloving-Up Day-XVheu the faculty surprise the students, that's news! 2 5 29 Exams-Co-Op runs out of erasers. 5 3 30 Memorial Day-Sunburn cultivating contestiHarry Halton wins by a nose. 5 55555 555555 JUIN g 8 Presidents Reception-NVQ: shake well before leaving." 5 5 9 Alumni Tea-NVe halanee tea-cups for the last time. 2 g I I. Class Day-More peonies picked! 3 5 12 Gradualtioii-Warxlingl Look out for graduates. 5 5 55 5555 "'1Iands, we mean. 55555555555 5555555 55555555555 5555 5555555555555 55555555555555555555 5 MAR n G61 k , jf 'Q gf nczliviclual Lab Sabah?-" ff ,L...,-1 X-Z CAMPUS SNADS 1. This 'touching group shows the 2. Reunion of the football team Seniors who forgot to have and the crew. My. aren't they . . - , . ' V their pictures taken. Ear he it handsome brutes' from us to neglect themg and so here they arc. 1 3. "Soon, as the evening shades are falling, And gone is every care of day, We gather and the campus echoes YVith songs and shouts of students gay." Picture of gathering on campus anytime after 5:30. 4. Snap ol' a Monday morning 5. View of Ye Eflitor's head smile on its way to class. simply buzzing with ideas for this page. 173 N f .A 3 f' A R f M Q Q Q USNO O 4499 ,' v ug L xi ,gf Q i Q K gf 0 M O ' ,, IDE? X fl E92 Saw if Z' ' 2 fb 'Q QQ d is 5 ' . A X X55-V ' ' E ,. 4 MQ 3L eg S TEN LITTLE SENIOIQS Ten little High School Grads, Standing in at lineg One Hunked the Psych. test, And there were nine. Nine little Freshmen, ,lust have entered Stateg One forgot to come, So there were eight. Eight little Sophomores, Barely out of heaveng Razzed the little Freshmen, Until there were only seven. Seven little Juniors, Ready for any fix, Put on a dandy Promenade, Then there were six. ' Six little Juniors, Those who came back alive, One started going West, Then there were live. Five little Seniors, Ready 'to he done, Looked for a job teaching, Alas. there were none. N o more Seniors, Marring up the wallsg But, what do you know, Ten more Freshmen, Cluttering up the halls. 175 'l'H E R ECKER Yes, Whether I Tonight's 01' HOU- gre Collitch Paper As She A1-my H01'Ce1'aCeS VOL. 2 qu...-ts WHO CARES? YES RECITAL GIVEN Dindner Plays for Assem- bly, Studes All Sleep One of the outstanding musical events of the cur- rent season was the recent shoe-horn recital given by Mr. Harrassed Dindner, talented local artist. The delicate bleatings of the instrument soon had the audience fboth of themb in tears. The thundering strains of "Minuet in G" furnished a lilting back- ground for his accom- panist who was playing the "Funeral March" from Beethoven's t'Shyphonie Eroica." "Of course," said Mr. Kindner, in a special in- terview granted THE RECKER, "I always have my accompanist play a different composition from the one I am disposing of. It's so original, you know." A former State inmate, Mr. Findner, said that he owed all his present suc- cess to early training in the orchestra here. Forced after a few mo- ments to depart from the platform, the artist ended his concert with the haunt- ing strains of the well known "Stars and Stripes Forever" while his accom- panist accompanied with "March of the Priests" from Attila. I've got to introduce a little scandal here, but it is really history. We had a juicy item of scandal for this box. Un- fortunately it was censored. S0 instead the editor wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. fWhat? Oh, No! It is never too early for a good wish.J REPRODUCE CITY TEACHER'S EXAM Since so many of our graduates will attempt to get a position in a city system Qwe said try, didn't we?J THE RECKER, in cooperation with several, herewith presents a typi- cal city examination for prespective teachers. 1. During what season did Washington spend the winter at Valley Forge '? 2. What two nations were engaged in the Span- ish-American War? 3. What is Ba fNaJ2? 4. Kal what is Hg? fbj what is HQO? fcj what is H2O2? fdb what is H,O.? 5. From what poem are these lines taken? tal "Who's afraid of the Big Bad wolf, The Big, Bad wolf? The Big, Bad wolf?" Cbj "How dry I am, how dry I am, Nobody knows how dry I am." 6. In a certain family there were Mr. and Mrs. Bigger and the baby Big- ger. Who is bigger? 7. Define and use in a sentence the word "anti- disestablishmentarianistic- ally" Answers to the above examination will be found on page two. TO ABOLISH EXAMSQ ALLOW 25 CUTS EACH nr -r sf 4 -n ar ff ff -v 4- 41 " CALENDAR 44 'f' Friday: 10:10 Special Assembly. Dr. A. Einstein will speaki Saturda : 1 P. M vs ik 1 at 111 ' Sweet Briar 'l' 4' Sunday " 1- 4 y . Ping Pong, State vs. No school, you dope, 'F stay home "' Tuesday: 4:00 P. M. 2' 4 Campus Club. pink tea "' A' in Social Center X 'f :rr wr 4: Wednesday: 3 to 5 P. M. Pan-Hellenic. Gab-ffst vu a and tea. Vocational 206 bk K f Thursday: 4:00 P. M. ' ii YV. Y. C. A. wrestling 3 ' match in college gym " 'F Friday: 4 to T ' " ECOSA. in 107. Don't ti' ' fro to a movie. Come ff " l-ere 4 HF ,,-hiwwi lk "' iUnfortunately the 1' r speaker will not attend W 'if if ll lk IF I lk li 9' f ll' 41 Y SOCIAL EVENT The Senior Class held a quilting bee and corn husking last week in the practice school gym. Ice cream and dill pickles were the refreshments en- joyed by all. fMrs. Ansen had some work next day.J Among those p resent were: Mr. B. Gold, re- splendent in a green to'a with green accesories to matchg Miss M. M. Cook, in a stunning grass skirt with chiffon jacket: Mr. D. Koots, in a ravishing red t u x e d o with Vermilion cravatg Miss F. A. Leven- son, in a very becoming black shroud with genu- ine Spanish shawl, and Mr. J. Almendinger, in a fContinued on Page 25 1 3 Mr. Boot Takes Advantage of President's Absence "Now that Dr. Wellrock is on a trip out west," announced Mr. Boot this morning at a special meet- ing of the faculty, "I plan to run the college on a new system, involving m a n y radical changes." The statement took the meeting by surprise and discussion was rife fdon't know what it means eitherj. It was reliably reported by a R E C K E R scout that several weaker members of the faculty fainted. The new plan eliminates and abolishes all tests, quizzes, examinations, etc., in all departments. Class attendance is to be en- tirely voluntary with the individual students. A maximum of 25 cuts will be permitted each student. To forestall the so-called "pets" a minimum of 10 cuts is prescribed for all of the student body in good standing. Faculty members are enjoined fivhat a woidl from as- signing any work outside of class whatsoever, term papers especially being ta- boo. The school weak is shortened to three days, so that students may have time to attend committee meetings. There will be QContinued on Page 23 THE RECKER ABOLISH EXAMS The Recker MOCKER MORE qpmm Pa e 17 POISONALITIES Written, Composed, and Set up 0. K. M. N, X. g ,,Ge0rge,, for "The Elmer" 1934 See Page 1 for this info. THE STAFF Editor ................ No. 6054 Associates Ima Dodo ................ Lifer I. Killem .... ...... N 0. 98933 Gus Pader .......... No. 000023 Kid Napper .......... No. 98765 Note: Other members of the Aaff had only 3 or 4 year terms and have been released. MEMBER: C. S. P. A.. D. A. R.. C. U. D., P. D. Q., et N. R. A. CShortJ ADJITORIALS fFrom Stockj Dun't putting rehfuse ihn dreenking fontains. Dun't talking ihn de li- berry. Wimmen an kids foist. You all should suppot die stujents Sosheashun. Send in your letters of criticism. We won't print them, anyway. In die sembly yo's die noisest chilluns ah ebber seed. Velly nicie boyie studie alle time. Da colleege s p e r i t. Shesa gooda to hava. Why you no getta? Huh? Atsa nuff, now. My heartsa broke. ANSWERS Qto exam questions on page one! 1. and 2. You ought to know 'em. 3. Banana Ka berryb. 4. aj Hydrogen bb Water cJ Hydrogen peroxide dJFor washing, drinking, cooking. 5. al Ask Miss Dinrone. bj Ask Ed. Jones. 6. The baby - he's a little Bigger. 7. We couldn't either. Go rural, young lady, and get a husband. PREAMBLE We editors may dig and toil Till our fingers are sore, But some poor fish will say- I've heard that one before. Miss Duckssen: What is the most common impedi- ment in the speech of the American student? Bright frosh: Chewing gum. Dr. Nessner: Give the principal parts of DOSSIIIII. "Classical,' stude: Head, tail, legs, and body. F. B.: I wish I could re- vise the alphabet. V. B.: Why? What would you do 'Z Same: I'd put you and I closer together. Even THE RECKER can use up space. We know you hate this so don't read anymore. ENCOURAGEMENT NOTE When N o ah sailed the waters blue. He had his troubles same as you, For forty days he drove the Ark, Before he found a place to park. Poets are born, that's the trouble. only 3 periods in the school day, one of which is to be devoted to lunch. "I think under this new plan there will be a finer school spirit around State and a liking for the ad- ministration. M r s . Ci- teney and Dean Reit are heartily co-operating in this movement. l hope the students like the system," said Mr. Boot to THE RECKER in a special com- munication during lunch. "Faculty discovered evad- ing any of the provisos of this plan will be made to take some of their own tests previously given. This, I think, will make 'em play the game in this set-up." SOCIAL EVENT CCont'd from Page lj gorgeous imitation of the regulation gym suit with dainty applique work, de- collette, and Brussels lace Knot sproutsj trim. Mr. Neil Smith, who found a red ear of corn, left the party in confusion and has not been seen since on campus. fHe just couldn't take it.J BEYOND REPAIR Those who think that: Sandy Hook is a Scotch- man. A radio fan is to pre- vent the set from overheating. D jinn is useful for making cocktails. Dynamite was made for the rising generation. The Yale Bowl is used to servebreakfast food for the team. Who does everybody like? Who does everybody know? Who can go in and out of the women's locker room? Why, George, of course. But, who cares? What a punch! He's up, he's down, He's not .... oops, pardon us, that's an- other story. Well, to get back to George. He is the man every male State inmate envies. You ask why? Well, why not ask George ? I think the phrase "Let George do ity' must have originated at State from the way he is kept on the run. One consolation tho, George can never get lost, because there is always someone looking for him. His cheery smile is warming on a cold day. He's happy with the N.R. A. George doesn't smoke, drink, swear, gamble, or chew, and eschews the temptations of this wicked world. QWell, what if this is another fellow, it sounds good, doesn't it'?5 His favorite recreation is sweeping the Stewdent Center and pushing people out of his way while so doing. Lets have three silent cheers and a whisper for goo' ol' Geor'. Note to undertakers: All members of the Frog Association will have to croak some day. "Will this make a good story?" said the new re- porter as he handed the editor several cyanide of potassium pills. - A SENIOIQ MEETING CA Tragedy in One Aetj Ti .::A me ny time enough Seniors can be collected. Place: Room 107. CUnless some other organization gets ahead of the Seniors.D Setting: As the scene opens the class president is discovered earnestly conferring with one of the class advisors. The president l1as her fingers crossed. The advisor l1as his fingers crossed. Seniors file slowly in. Dobbins, Helfer., Stowell and Martelle find seats in the last row, take out crayons and begin to color outline maps. Manley adjusts a transom., opens a window and takes a seat next to a radiator. Fritz and Knowlton stand by a window and discuss the hats of the departing students. The president calls the meeting to order just as an argument is almost settled as to whether the housek 'eeper or the cook in the Practice House should stoke the furnace. Barth: The meeting will come to order. CThe back row exchange their blue crayons for red.l Will the secretary read the minutes of the last meeting? As 'Riley violently shakes her head, shrugs her shoulders and casts her eyes heaven-ward the president continuesg We will save time by dispensing with the minutes this time. The purpose of this meeting is to change the Constitution. We have a Treasurer and we have a Finance Chairman. We do not need both, I think. as long as the Treasurer is only a figure- head. We can eliminate her. Will the Treasurer express an opinion? Lynch: fSpeaking slowly and maybe a little hesitantlyj, I haven't a thing to do all year. 1've only been a figure-head. You really don't need a Treasurer. CThe back row look thought- fully at their green crayons.D The Finance Chairman is called upon. He speaks con- fidently. Burns: You really don't need a Treasure . Th er ere are no Treasurer's duties. She is only a figure-head. Marlley: It seems that the Treasurer i - . 1 'ie o ce. That's a motion. s only a figure head Lets abolisl tl fli Fritz.: But classes always have four ofhcers. Why not eliminate the Finance Cha' V lrman. Finance Chairman: My job is extremely important. Stumpf: What are' the duties of tl1e Vice-President? It seems to me that she doesn't do much either. He suhsides as all Home Ec. Seniors concentrate in one long withering glare. The President sees back row put awa tl ' y 1e1r crayons and hastily turns to advisor. Wliat would you advise? Advisor: CCrossing fingers of other hand also and furtively glancing at the clock.D I would suggest that you table the idea-let's think it over. You know what the philosopher said: Haste makes wasteg An ounce of prevention is worth a stitch in time. Manley opens another window. The meeting slides to a quiet ending. As the students file out the President is heard to say to the Secretary, Iill meet you at one and Weill fix this constitution ourselves. As thc last student leaves the room the advisor is seen boarding an Elmwood car. 178 ,gm 9 wif, V. . 1,3 iw :lin g9x-nwr lx .- qi.. gg , A .may 5y?s,,2s,, V ififfw' W' -Q gf ' iff 1 , ff -fu iff . ws, Q QL Q 1 ff., 1 s..V , ,, f, .,4. A 1 . W Q 1, .5-. . L a,,k 3 N 73 gl, 3 ,ji NT .cn ag, if as ' ' fu ,w Q.g'f fi ga X he txfdeifi, 'W ,,...f' N ' 5' 'gb' ,wwf WG' ,sf-1 Nl H H COMMITTEES FDD GRADUATION MAIIION F KITZ KAY BRAOKETT KATIIHYN ZWINGE FRANCIS MAXNLEY FELICIA TATO DOROTHY KIRK RUTH HEDDISN WINONA SIMONS SIIIRLEY STONVELL RAY SCHULER MARY ANNE IIOARE JEANNE DAMICO VIVIAN SCHULTZ FINANCE JAMES BURNS, Chairman PIIYLLIS JONES JANET N EEDI-IAM WIIALARD PRUYN CLASS DAY NIARY MARGARET COOK, Chairman LSTEIN VIRGINIA BOWERS MOVING -UP DAY EPWORTII BA LDVVIN, Chairman .NIIRIAM DAVISON RUTH KUMPE RUTH FRIE ANNOUNCEMENTS DOllO'l'HY TOWVNSEND, Chairman GEORGE M ANN SENIOR BALL LOUISE JAJCCRACKEN, Chairman .BERNIOE H ELFER WESLEY KETOHAM LLEWELYN MIEIEII CAP AND GOWN GRACE SCIIURERT, Chairman J EANNETTE KNOVVLTON FORREST MAXWELL GIFT ANNA PERRY, Chairman NIQARY IIOGAN COLOR AND FLOWER HELEN SGIINOOR, Chairman GLADYS BOYVELL SONG A ND MOTTO HAROLD LINDN ER, Chairman ,IOSI-:PH ALMENDINGER 180 RAYMOND HOLLSTEIN ETHEL KENYON FRED.-1-ANNE LEVENSON LDAVID SANFORD MAXINIE NELSON JOHN LINDNER HAROLD VALENTINE ALICE DONOVAN FREDA HOUSTON FRANK BREWVSTER ILIENRY MARKIEWVICZ ELEANOR KELLY PI-IYLLIS CARPENTER MANN, XVALLACE, SHERIDAN, BURNS, BALDWVIN LISVENSON, MCCRACKEN., TOVVNSEND, HOARE, HELFER, SCI-INOOR., COOK MATTIE, RILEY, MAHONEY, BARTH, LYNCH, PERRY, KIRK GIQADUATING CLASS COUNCIL MYIIA BART!-I DOROTliY TOWNSEND GIRACE SCI-IURERT JAMES BURNS IJOROTHY KIRK Miss CAUDELL CLASS OFFICERS AGNES MAHONEY BETTY LYNCH C0 M MITTE E CHAIRME HAROLD LINDNER QHELEN SCIINOOR ANNA PERRY SECTION CAPTAINS DOUGLAS WALLACE BERNICE IIELFER FACULTY ADVISORS MR. 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