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This year will go down in the Menwry Books of some As the year of the Recession. To others it was Coronation year With all that it implies. And others still will think of war-torn Spain and China When 1937 and '38 are called to mind. But for us, let it be remembered as a College Year. For although we, as teachers, must be constantly aware Of the ever-changing, ever-restless World ' Let us find ourselves turning back the pages to this college year, ' To hold a brief communion with the past. Memory is an elusive thing, and when in retrospect We rl to point with pride to prizes won and "quaint dee 7' done, Those things will best be recalled to us which we have recorded In the plastic period of our lives. May THE ELMS be the Marker for this Milestone. ' The Editor Dedication In Memorium Campus Views "Forever in Our Hearts" Administration Classes Class of 1938 Class of 1939 Class of 1940 Class of 1941 Curricular Aspects Organizations Honor Societies Fraternities and Sororities Campus Groups Athletics Men's Athletics Women's Athletics Features Faculty Index Page 8 10 11 20 2 1 25 26 60 66 70 75 79 80 90 1 14 149 150 162 169 1 79 185 0- Dr. Hermann Cooper, Assistant Commissioner for Teacher Educa- tion and Certiiication, we dedicate this volume of the "ELMS",. We of State Teachers College at Buffalo extend a hand across the State, in recognition and apprecia- tion of his part in our new curric- ulum. May his desire for the consummation of the "teaching personalityw, of which he himself is the li ment, he FL!-,,,... X, A Nr X w Ev IK S wig if -. L v .Ls fl uw, . 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In her passing we have lost a great teacher, one whose life was in her work, and who felt and radiated an unsurpassed devotion to Buifalo State Normal School and to Buffalo State Teachers College. i Ganlaafi Dr. Rockwell 13 Clock Tower 15 Machine Shop 17 Doorway 19 BAS RELIEFS The four views and also the Ex Libris and title page photographs are results of trick photography which gives well-known subjects a slightly diiferent perspective by producing the effect of their having been cast in bas-relief form either of metal or of stone. The photographer, Debus and Luedeke, has attempted to use a slightly diiferent technique with each so as to fit the subject in the most subtle way. -in HI see from my house by the side of the road, By the side of the highway of life, The men who press with ardour of hope, The men who are fain with the strife. 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Pfeffer General Colleffe West Valley, New York Kathleen Pound Art Education Buffalo, New York Helen Purcell General College ts..ff..l.., New work Norma E. Reeves General College Niagara Falls, New York Frances Rowe General College Rochester, New York Rosalind F. Scbarch General Colle e Rome, New Ygork Iris E. Semon General College Tonawanda, New York Genevieve Smith General College Anita L. Stewart KHIJRH Delta Pi General College Lockport, New York Alice Tindell Art Education Buffalo, New York Gordon F. Voght A General Collegi Buffalo, New ork Martha Wfandtke QSister lVI. Dionysia General College Buffalo, New ork Mabel Webster General College Tonawanda, New York Breta Wood ' Home Economics Niagara Falls, New York ' Q James Allgeir General Colle e Wilson, New gfork Ruth A. Alway General Colleffe Buffalo, New Bork Clare ll. Armstrong Industrial Arts Niagara Falls, New York Marjorie lllary Barr General College Collins, New York Ella M. 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Conlin General College Barker, New York K. Ruth B. Craig General College Niagara Falls, New York N. Earl Cross General College Versailles, New York Frances E. Curtiss General Colle e Corfu, New fork Merle lll. Courtright General College Skanealelas Falls, New York Ruth Snyder Curtiss General College Holland Patent, New York lllerle E. Davies General College Pike, New York Phoebe Bell Dean General College Forcstville, New York Baffae A. Deangelis General Colle e Buffalo, New gfork! Ada A. Diaz General College Niagara Falls, New York Nona L. Donnely General Colle e Buffalo, New Bork Lola Dorsey General Colle e Buffalo, New afork Alois John Dwyer Industrial Arts Buffalo, New York Jean Fichtel Art Education Buffalo, New York Frank V. Finnegan Industrial Arts Buffalo, New York Ruth Etta Fischer ' General Colle e ' Buffalo, New Bork Doris lVIarie Frank General College Springville, New York June A. Fuller Home Economies Buffalo, New York Dolorita M. Gallager General College Buffalo, New 'York Gladys A. Gerringer General College Allegany, New York Alta E. Gormel General College Alta, New York Ruth H. Gould General College Colden, New ,York lllargaret G. Horner General College Buffalo, New York Arthur E. Harbisan Industrial Arts Buffalo, New York Agnes Elizabeth Healy General College Lockport, New York Essel K. Hegberg General Collegg East Aurora, ew York Hildegarde Henning General College Hamburg, New York Helene A. Higgins General College Wellsville, New York George D. Hoffman Industrial Arts Buffalo, New York Helen Holbrook General College Grovelaud, New York Mary Rix Hornsby General Colle e Buffalo, New Bork Mildred L. Howell Home Economics Watkins Glen, New York Rachel Ann Hubbard General College White Plains, New York Doris E. Ives Art Education Cattaraugas, New York Lucille M. Johnson General College I Frewsburg, New York Bernice Rech Kain General Collegia Buffalo, New ork Annette ltlarie Kennedy General College Buffalo, New ork Mary A. Kroening Art Education Tonawanda., New York Edith Agnes Lawless General College Bellport, Long Island Irene A. Loemerhirt General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Eunice Levy General Colle e Buffalo, New Work Virginia E. Losier General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Edith S. Latta General College Lockport, New York Katherine B. J. MacDonald General College E. Rochester, New York Florence C. ltlaisehess General College Buffalo, New ork Hazel K. hlapes General College Buffalo, New ork Helen lil. lflartin General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Arthur G. Maul Art Education Buffalo, New York Helen B. lWaw General College Buffalo, New ork Dorothy I. McLaran General College Niagara Falls, New York Bert C. lVIercer General College Rochester, New York Elizabeth Ann Mesmer Art Education Buffalo, New York Victor L. Miller General College Brockport, New York Frances H. lVIoulton General Colle e Lake Grove, Eong Island Gerald Peter Normilo General College Brasher Falls, New York John D. O'Brian Industrial Arts Oswego, New York Lila B. Page General College Batavia, New York Ellen Cook Pask General Colle e Albian, New York Eva Marie Polster General Colle? Snyder, New ork Pauline Eniily Porter General College North Rose, New York Elvira J. Privetera General College Buffalo, New Work Dorothy NV. Reiner Art Education Attica, New York Eloise L. Robesan General College Newark, New Jersey Dorothy lfl. Roth General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Gladys Nl. Rowland General College West Valley, New York Fern NI. Ryer General Colle e Buffalo, NewgYork Elizabeth Rynalski General College Fredonia, New York ltlildred Schwarm General Colle e Akron, New York Marian H. Seibel General College Buffalo, New York Edna lVI. Shaw General College Buffalo, New ork Edna V. Sherman General College Kenmore, New York Elsie M. Slater General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Frank S. Snyder General Colle e Vernon, New Work Dorothea Sommermeyer General Colle e Schenectady, flew York Alice B. Standart General Colle e Buffalo, New Work S. lffarjorie Stearns General College Springville, New York lllarjorie lll. Steenworth General College Wellsville, New York Grayce ltl. Sullivan General Colle e Buffalo, New Work Edward L. Szarlacki Industrial Arts Rochester, New York Helen DI. Thursack General Colle e Buffalo, New Work Frances Emma Ti tus General College Sherman, New York Janet Toambs General College Rochester, New York Dorothy S. Tullock General Colle e Scotia, New fork Helen Tyron General College Niagara Falls, New York Ida Urkofsky General Colle e Buffalo, New Work Gladys M. Vedder Art Education Johnstown, New York Edward C. Velia Industrial Arts Rochester, New York Frances M. Yensen General College Grand Island, New York Marie A. Wunch General Colle? Buffalo, New ork Evelyn Walfe Wiser General Colle e Colden, New Work Celia Williams General Colle e Buffalo, New gYork Wesley D. White General College Watertown, New York Helene M. Werner General College Niagara Falls, New York Gwendoline Agnes Watson General College Gasport, New York Ella Noble Waring General College Delavan, New York Martha Wandtke fSr. M. Dionysial - General College Buffalo, New ork W SWW- Gladd, Q3 XM 'WWW W' WWW N 70 fa.,u,e0-,,L,,mU,.mw5' f"'2fL4ff-f"'.fvff-ff,gf1'-41"-,Af-42 'ww-loM,.,vz.Aw.?,,Jf,. ayawfjz-anwfwewg i939 xv 0, Qin tw awww Ugicm President . . . Vice-president . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . Activities for the Class of 1939 were inaugurated hy our acting as Counsellors to orient and assist the incoming Freshmen. This step made us true upperclassmen, now assistants rather than the assisted. Having reached a coveted position on Moving-Up-Day,-for being Juniors gives us just enough dignity and prominence without the "it will soon be over" feeling that the Seniors carry ' with them-we hegan to live up to our status. Our most notable success was the Junior Prom, held at the Consistory on Decemher.17. When we invited the entire College to participate in the election of a Junior Beauty to he our Prom Queen, we set what we hope will he a precedent. From the Class of 1939, then, was chosen the first State Prom Queen. .. 4 T f of Crede Hagerty Grace Schreiner . Irene Martin Raymond Ast Bow: Row: Row: Row: Row: Row: Row: Row: How: Next, came our novel St. Patrick's Party, the high-light of our Spring activities. And close on its heels followed Moving-Up-Day, to make us "almost Seniors". But before we of the Class of '39 relinquish our places as the Juniors of State Teachers College, may we, as Juniors, add this thought: The favors of the Junior Prom may have been lost, the precedent of crowning a Prom Queen may he discontinued, the subject matter of our curriculum may never he assimilated, the good times that we have had may already he forgotten, and the harmony of our original song for this year's Interclass Sing may never have been learned, hut nevertheless, the sentiment of two lines of that song will always ring true . . . "As the years go hy, you'll find they never die Those memories of State .... " F. Ackroyd, K. Albrechtson, L. Albright, D. Anderson, Y. Ashley, R. Ast, W. Atkins, R. Baker, J. Barker, A. Ballagh, A. Bangert, R. Barrow- man, N. Battaglia, B. Bernhard, P. Bickel, C. Borth, A. Brown, R. Brown, L. Bruner, E. Buckley B. Cadro, M. Callahan, N. Cancen, M. Casey, H. Cepura, L. Chapman, D. Clark, V. Cooley, P. Conrad, L. Cortright, J. Coughlin, C. Crocuston D. Cummings, R. Cunningham, J. Dahlquist, J. D'Ahla, 0. Davies, B. Deazley, A. Dembowski, G. Derner W. Dolk, W. Dombrowski, J. Doyle, M. Dobony, R. Eagin, K. Edmunds, 0. Ehman, E. Englehardt, D. Epavets, B. Fisher, G. Fosberg, M. Fritton, R. Gajfney, L. Gleason, L. Hagen, C. Hagerty, J. Hanny, P. Harley, R. Harrishburg, E. Herman F. Hill, E. Hiller, J. Hourihan, R. Hughes, K. Johnston, M. Kerwin, R. K ick, R. Kimpland, A. Kingston, R. Kinsley, M. Koeppen, N. Kotula S. Kramer, M. Kreger, H. Kreis, H. Kreiss, J. Laird, M.'Leary, G. Lee, L. Levinkind M. Lewis, G. Lindstrom, J. Lindstrom, H. Lippke, I . Lorich, D. Low, J. Ludwig, B. Male, A. Marinucci, I. Martin, S. Martorana, V. Marvin, M. Mason, L. Mattern, M. Mayer, A. McCabe, G. McGovern, B. Merrill, A. Messing, A. Michlin R. Minkel, A. Miller, D. Missert, C. Moore, M. Moore, I. Mummert, N. Neumann, M. Noonan, M. 0'Connor, J. O'Leary, E. Onody, A. Pausewang, C. Penner, B. Phelps, R. Phillips, J. Piatak, M . Pick, F. Pierce, S. Pletzker, P. Pohlman M. Price, S. Puleo, B. Ray, M. Rich, C. Rost, H. Rupp. A. Russell, N. Ryan, A. Sadroga, S. Safran, G. Schreiner, G. Schieder, D. Scholz, I. Scott, J. Scrimshaw, L. Seibert, F. Siemankowski, E. Sikorski, H. Sinclair, F. Skidmore A. Smith, Rene Smith, Rita Smith, F. Snow, P. Spadinger, R. Spohr, J. Stack, J. Strickland, M.-Sullivan, J. Syracuse, E. Szymanski,,J. Thom, M. Thomas, J. Thompson, M. Urban, R. Valance, A. VanDyke, R. Wagner, C. Weber, J. Weber E. Wenzel, J. Wesp, G. Whitelock, H. Wieland, F. Wilks, E. Wilson, H. Wiseman, A. Witter, D. Woodcock, M. Wrench, N. Wright 1 1 A? 'm sr, J, " "H I ' , -4 Qg4i,. gg ll A ., l Q? Q Q Q, ggi g!fQ ' .. I k s- L .YV 'I V. 1 . Q :N 5 J-1. F! 'W L Q 1? -ef . ' s, ' P W ' :AFT-2 'X A 95 k , ,wiv 5 V V gm H .. eLi"f 1', iE14 ESX-' Jlllkf- ' l 1 .:,L 4, ',, 2' - Y -, L. 1 1 , f 1,1 .,, ' . . M ' 'kiliv :fr 1 '1'f'- ,- - , 1 i A ,f.,. .. ,. . I 35 1 -F , It W i, T wakgli gif '-R V. XT' , 1 , I . ,f. ' .5 , sd' f fifi -"r." 'F' "" 2 , 1 x ff!"-1Q3g,fc'o" ,. 'YE '- P 4' , -R " ,, H 1- . fn' ' - 51.- UWMRQA , Arg: if N' f 1 1 Y dx ., f Q - vi ,h, ' x 'V If ' , f I -.W F ' a 1 ' . if ' j 4 H I A' igi! gr I 1 M YL, Q Zia ' 41" 16 , sg A .14 -N Q ' 2- 4 VX' li - :K 'TQ as . ,, -- . -5. J' . f'1"A .A ' 'N ,117 ' A 5' ig! 5 ' gi' -1, N ,, fv 'P 0 Q ff' '- . . ' V. 1.55, ,ag ,J LAST WILL :NND TESTAMENT In the Name of God, Amen. ,K I gx s, comfortable home where she may live I, ihe Spirit of the Class of '38, now ' in a bright and "Sherrie" atmosphere ' i residing for the most part at State in I for the remainder of her daYS- ' " Teachers College in the city of Buffalo, .za Y I ' I do hereby bequeath unto Perry an S- county of Erie, and state of. New E9 Br0wn,aspecially constructed, magne- Ykt ' York, being fconsideredj of sound and tized baton, in order that he may no disposing mind and memory, and fully mindful of the uncertainties of this life, do make, publish, and declare this to be my last Will and Testament, hereby expressly revoking any and all Wills and Codicils by mc, at any time, heretofore made. I do give, devise, and bequeath unto my President, Franklin Richards, a deck of cards, spe- cially constructed and devised, and -N consisting of but one lonely suit- it namely, hearts. QI!!-gr B Unto my past president, Paul Wil- 35 J mot Eberman, a kingly homestead, G X5-'f where he and his "queen" may con- tentedly and peacefully reign over their little subjects. I do give, devise, and bequeath unto my beloved couple, Gertrude Van Arsdale and Robert Reist, a lifetime ticket to all "State" basketball games, as well as a cozy bungalow, equipped with the latest culinary devices. Unto Dorothy Krauss do I give a ticket which will entitle her to "moun- , tains" of ha iness in her new home in N -in e :opp ' Q 3-,K 'Montana . Q7 To the illustrious Dan Grossman X 5 X do I bequeath a contract to conduct yy community singing on any and all networks. I do hereby bequeath unto George Bligh a pair of motorized roller skates, in order that he may never again feel the need to extend himself unduly, in an effort to reach his destination. Unto Michael Feniello, do I bequeath a car, of such a "type" that he shall never be longer worry about holding the atten- tion of his choristers. Unto Mary Dole, Lillian Smead, and Evelyn Morgan do I bequeath their everlasting memory in the hearts of every member of this class. For them no material bequest would suffice. My next bequest is to Larry Hanratty, to whom I bequeath many light knocks, or "taps", ' all on his shoes so that he may continue 6-sax to delight many with his exceptional mg- Q if terpsichorean ability. Ce in' I do further bequeath unto Wil- lf' liam Neumann a seat in the National Vx Legislature, so that many may profit from his "Governmental" ability. Unto Mary Gazley do I bequeath a life of ease for I could never bear to see an "Angel" en rossed in any of the ordinary methods of gaining a liveIihood. I do bequeath unto James Perona the publication of some form of Book of Enlightenment, so that the world may profit by what "Perona sez". I do hereby give, devise, and be- 1 , queath unto Oscar Chazen and Robert Helstrom, the Editor and Business ,eww an 5 Manager of this final contribution of ' the Class of '38 to posterity, an ever- -" lasting feeling of satisfaction and con- . tentment, in the thought that their I efforts were supremely consummated in this edition of "The Elms." And to all other members of this Class of ,38, I do bequeath, to each, the teaching position that he deserves and desires. In witness whereof do I affix my hand as a seal to this document as my last Will and 3? ' 5,561 "pressed" in making new "records',. if' in 'J Testament. 1, To my outstanding financial ad- EI, W X visor, William Denley Sheldon, I be- Sig ,. X csi ned? gt is queath a business-any business-for E'2.!a3'E9 ll g 1, , regardless of its kind, he will make it X Si", I Pay- f U i g nd' To Doris Wyatt do I bequeath a lf 3 MW: . b ' :Zh i E-I. I ' ' f if' A 113+ s i '33 .ii , witncissed by Q9 2 'I 1'-L Agahfinugnsl 2. u 'fini' wa V. M Q a - I .-- , 'Ei' ' 4, Af, . K I g H 1 . , 1 E ' P . aj. ' H 7 ' ' S ' 1' h,?'1 1 , ' x T" L' ' 3 3 5 -- -'W , I N I' ,.-5:55 , :'- xv ' , " by . 5 V h ..I ' - 'fx , f. , .ia H N .. , Tw, ' .NJA , , ' 1.7 F . . - V , ,- - er. . Y 5 I' - fqrl - ' -. 5. , B Ek S X 5 Q 'X 4. . , A N gl J- !" I if ff L. uw fm J 1 F v L 1 1 .F l 1 Q 4 ' ,EQ W +. v, , 1 ng L E 'ia .1 I 4 H V N, I .5 .. L V 1, mx Zfifzafab 4 ,, . Q MM? gowfvfyb' -Q ' A cixefd' QHWW 940My1 wW wlfiyivmw M 3305 Ggicwt President .... Vice-president . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . According to college authorities, the school year lasts from the fall month of September to the summer month of June, but, to those members of the college commonly designated as students, the school year's activities are bounded by two days in May, Moving-Up Day and Moving-Up Day. On this day in May, 1937, we, the Class of 1940, cast aside our Freshman rompers and reached out for the suits of the Sophomores. Not yet for us were the caps and gowns of the stately Seniors, nor yet the workaday cover-alls of the industrious Juniors, but rather an attire more youthful than these, though lacking the adolescent touch of the Freshman play suits. Such was the garb the Class of '39 bequeathed to us. We donned it eagerly, for it made the gap between May and September somehow smaller. And with these vestments there came, also, the title "Sophisticated Sophs". We eyed it from afar, at first, and then stood back to take survey of those it was to char- acterize-ourselves, the Class of 1940. No, not for us, we cried. Call us, rather, the sporting sophs, spirited, spontaneous, smiling, spry, or smart! Sparkling with enthusiasm, we administered the Freshman daze. Singing with great gusto, we followed close on the heels of the Mighty at Inter-Class Sing, to pep the College with our Rhythm Cure and fill the second place. Thanksgiving found us stimulated to the extent of a Turkey Turnout, our first class party of the year. United Sophomores, then, we met our classmates on common ground inside the pumpkin walls. S Glen Robert Bollard John Hammel Hazel Bonnell John Schassar 8nt7itMjgdlily i K if lwpghwmjv fx Qttl - Q If lw"fi! WA! I 10 My 91 f ' ,X Social Service came within our realm as we sponsored a college Toy Drive at Christmas ' time. This new idea, under the Sophomore spell, flourished and succeeded. Almost every organization on campus has found some Sophomore outstandingly active- , Striving Sophomores, here, working for pleasure and recognition. 1 April iirst-time almost up!-and the Soph-Frosh Hop was opened to the College at a nominal fee per couple. This suggestion of the class president was carried out to introduce to State the first evening dance of this sort. WW MW Nfl! Row Row Row rr .-rea. 5, Q- 44 5' EU 55 2' 2' 5 25551 5 'U?1?1SQ?'?1?'P-WFHF' rwvggalgza- SS-52.2-r'55'.' 893. 366 Sa s :Smit , S-' 9'21g?Uf"s-' ' SF' m5g:'C5T'QQ?7s,as i 'bQsz:.,'ssss 5'S5m5'2'9E?W'5 Egii'..'J3?5E?.3"P5 QQSF JE' ' I-T' TU SVSU'-1'-4 Pmsinreg sf s-Q s Ehm5TS1'1!FfE?E--5- 2 5 5 'SS3-35-U5-252 652:-0 Q e-.HBCU .4 5'3i'?53:Q3q: g,,E.5' ':?': s,.,sf"'?: oshgg 5"p532Q'f'i5pEg, SEQ-ro w.g9155'Q!mmgQf5 Zo U-4' sg-gms'--svs .5510 esssfesaess .-. fn 1ES1g5s.,sSt5' S5255 996: wtgm 5 2: hggdggigmiw gf S ::x cm N Q H. 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Meyers, P. Militello, M. Miller, P. Miller, H. Milofsky, H. Mioducki Moser, D. Needham, L. Neill, C. Nichols, J. Nichols, S. Nyilrai, E. Olszowska, M. 0'Neill, P. Pickup, C. Pfeiffer, P. Pinto, M. Piper, Place, J. Poole, B. Popp, R. Porter, E. Powell, D. Prichard, D. Puhl, H. Rawe M. Raych, N. Reid, A. Ressing, M. Richardson, M. Ritzenlhaler, G. Roberts, B. Rolf, V. Root, L. Rosa, A. Roasselle, F. Rubens, E. Ruskowski, S. Sato, M. Sauerwein, G. Schamber, L. Schmankc, H. Schmidt, L. Scholl, R. Schultz, A. Schwanekamp A. Schwartz, J. Schwartz, R. Seilz, D. Senf, A. Sezton, J. Simini, M. Smalley, C. Smith, E. Sncdecor, H. Slachowica, M. Straight, G. Sleinsholt, D. Strebe, W. Tanner, E. Telschow, D. Thomas, F. Thompson., T. Tierney, J. Tillou, R. Tolhill th Row: N. Truesdale, J. Tucker, V. Vandercher, M. Vaughan, G. Vincent, M. Vior, R. Vogel, C. Walker, J. Welch, H. Wighlman, E. Wilhile, H. Wilson, A. Woeppel, M. A. Woeppel, J. Wolsley, M. Wovkulick, V. Zabkowski, H. Zcder, H. Zollilsch H k WI Y YV V YY ll nun YL. .. Y . pn-. .- Nm. . GW of -nw v .wp fl-.mi 1 ' '- QW? '.. . '3Vp?"x,, ' V ." , V .-sr 1 - v . 4 Y V 1- , , J. .,. 1 .-V'.r,:, V v-jukzb: ! -. H A , ' ' . .-,-1.5. .,,.vr'f,,.,t 'g,,'l,.A, ,M V -1 . A, - V. ,Q :g,.iN-Q'-., -A , '- -- ' , . .. - - 1 -- F . , , ,-',g.f',---- ' "'1--1' . V V , ,V aw- 4' ,, A ,M V ' V -,J ' ...Uv R' 'fi' " ' '- " - ' - x ,' 1' K V '."P 'cn 1 . ,.' i 5 i , V- .A , P14-' Vw 5,42 -1' f 3- V If ' Am.-rx-nb'-V.,..f .,. F- 1 ' 1 ' a,vf2q3.'4. ' H if , mg ' . 41 -". .," V ' - - ' Eiil 6 r , 5 ' ... I ,'.,4' V ' Vi' . - . - ' 3 , gi. ,V ,,,7 , V Y :-54" V Q - . ' ,F . H-, A . , - fx: Q f 1 - --Vw .1 - 1 . V' - Y , . , s - -' - 'A I . ' - Y v I L , . 1' , I X. su ' 's w, -wwfh S Effwwuv-??"'W0 ' President . . . . . . . . . . Vice-president . . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer . The class of '41 is on the march. Freshmen, yes, but that doesu't faze us in the least. A triumphant path already lies behind us. It all began one fine September weekend. Oh, the joys of Freshman Camp, where every Soph was our best friend. We learned to know these charming Sophomores even better, though, when they gave us a thorough introduction to college life in those jolly days they quaintly referred to as "Hell Week". How sorry we were when it ended! Those Sophomores had so much fun that we just couldn't tell them that the Faculty Re- ception had us more upset than did their humorous antics. The reception's terrors, however, were non-existent, though our hands were rather lame and the end of each line found us being addressed by some unrecognizable bunch of syllables, presumably our appellations. And at its close, we felt, at last, a part of State. Other aspects of this experience proved similarly useful when our December party was organized. Perhaps it wasn't perfect, but we showed a fine spirit of co-operation and sociability. Co-operation was a little less noticeable in the Interclass Sing, but we fought our way into fourth place. Vocally, a greater success has been made by the Freshman girls of the Junior Women's Glee Club, in the Spring Concert. Famous F rosh are no novelty this year. The musical organizations, the publications, the Christmas play, and athletics have been supported by the forty-one-ers. Politically we entrusted the administration of our affairs to competent hands, and now, by a minor miracle, we are about to become the "daze-making" class of the College-Sophomores. With these beginnings to our credit, we of the Class of '41 unanimously predict a splendid future for this Class of '41 and with Moving-Up Day no longer a dream but a reality, we End ourselves not merely Freshmen, but a great Freshman class. ., L" 4 Blau Charles Turcott Ruth Albright Donald Donley . . . Charles McCarthy lst How: Znd Bow: 3rd Row: 1-th Row: ith Row: ith Row: lth Row: ith Rowz' 'th Row: fl""M4f'rfL ' '41 X ' fum T. Abel, M. Aigner, R. Albright, C. Ambellan, B. Anderson, E. Anderson, R. Avery, H. Bala, E. Baldwin, D. Baltzell, J. Barber, M. Barker, R. Barnes, E. Barr,-R. Becker, M. Bell, E. Belz, M. Beuther, F. Boland L. Boneberg, E. Brant, H. Brennan, A. Brown, E. Brown, Jean Brown, Joyce Brown, L. Buddenhagen, M. Buechner, V. Burckley, E. Butler, N. Butler, C. Campbell, A. Carr, J. Carroll, V. Cashmore, A. Chmura, E. Zasada, L. Cleary, C. Clemons G. Cochern, V. Coho, E. Cole, J. Collins, E. Commbs, D. Coppietlo, R. Coughlin, D. Cownie, B. Craig, B. Crawford, M. Creasey, V. Creighton, P. Creed, C. Crosuclon, H. Curtin, K. Czerniejewski, P. Dauchcr, J. Davis, R. Dedrick, B. Dembowski J. Demler, A. DeScipio, B. Disller, M. Dolan, D. Donley, E. Dudziak, M..Dunckel, M. Duthie, A. Earl, B. Ebling, F. Epstein, B. Ernest, M. Eschner, W. Exton, L. Farnan, M. Flanagan, J. Foley, R. Foster, B. Fraleigh, B. Franks N. Galembo, C. Giglia, B. Glaser, W. Glasgow, E. Gordon, A. Gould, L. Graber, N. Gressell, L. Grebinski, R. Griffin, I. Grods, M. Hajfa, A. Hamister, G. Harmon, S. Harrison, D. Hartman, D. Havens, E. Hellems, G. Hellner, W. Helwig E. Hess, G. H irnrnele, C. Hoehgrebe, P. Holdredge, M. Holmes, B. Hoskins, J. Hauser, E. Hubert, M. Hussey, R. Isenberg, M. Ismert, F. Izzo, C. Jackson, H. Jarzat, W. Jenner, H. Johnson, E. Jones, C. Kaminska, M. Keating, K. Kelly P. Kenyon, M. Kiejfer, L. Kinsey, R. Klipfel, H. Kowalski, R. Krieman, J. Krylo, G. Kuhn, J. Kwinlkowski, M. Lampka, V. Larson, M. Latham, M. Leber, J. Leslie, E. Levin, S. Levin, T. Limburg, V. Lockner, C. Lanney, A. Lynds B. Mace, D. Macomber, M. Mahl, H. Mandry, E. Martin, J. Mayer, C. McCarthy, D. McCormican, T. McCoy, M. McCullor, H. McCullough, Z. McDowell, G. McLaughlin, C. McLellan, M. McNoll, G. Mehling, B. Mencer, D. Micherdzinska, E. Miedanowski. B. Minkel M. Miller, S. Moore, G. Morrison, II. Muller, J. Murphy, R. Murphy, H. Nelson, O. Nichols, M. 0'Brien, E. 0'Connor, M. J. Oelkers, A. Owen, B. L. Patten, M. Paulin, R. Peck, B. Pellegrins, J. Perry, M. Phillips, J. Piper, R. Potter Oth Row: G. Powell, G. Powlowski, M. Price, M. Raiken, B. Reeh, M. Reinhard, D. Reynolds, M. Richardson, J. Romano, M. Rose, E. Ryan, M. Sage, 1th Row: 2th Row: 3th Row: A. Salvaggio, V. Santo, R. Sajecki, R. Schafer, N. Sehewerman, B. Schreiner, M. Scott, G. Seaman B. A. Seibert, E. Seiler, I. Semon, V. Shanahan, I. Sieroslawski, W. Sion, J. Sisson, B. J. Smith, S. Sommers, M. Sontheim, A. Souzzi, I. Spiewakowska, R. Spring, T. Stacey, B. Stegman., A. Stielow, N. Stillman, M. Slripp, V. Strub, K. Sullivan H. Sweetapple, H. Tarayos, M. Taylor, M. Tilft, G. Tjeerdsma, R. Travis, G. Treichler, L. Tugy. C. Tureott, A. Twardziak, W. Vandal, J. Vedder, D. Vincent, N. Voght, G. Waite, J. Wantshouse, K. Warner, C. Weigand, F. Weissman, B. J. Williams E. Williams. M. Williams, N. 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Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Reporter Counselor . . Historian . . Miss Catherine E. Reed Mr. Reuben S. Ebert Miss Helen Englebreck Dr. Anna Cemmill Mrs. Caroline Gordnier Gfficwa Sacfalai Afanafuii. ewan. Dr. Harry W. Rockwell Waahainq Miss Irene Hirsch Miss Edna Meshke Miss Stella O'Rielly xl-2' 190 1 . .Ygf Perry Brown . . Frances Cummins . . . Oscar Bixby . . Kathleen Kauth . . Alfreda Kosmala . . . . . Oscar Chazen . Dr. Chester A. Pugsley . Miss Helen Englebreck Mr. Charles C. Root Mr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Joseph Phillippi Chester A. Pugsley Margaret Quayle Kate V. Wofford Gamma Mu chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was established at Buffalo State Teachers College in 1931 making ours the first teacher training institution in New York State to have a chapter in this national honorary educational society. Members are elected from the Junior and Senior classes on the basis of scholarship and interest in the advancement of education. The Educational Forum is published quarterly by the national organization. L Q- lffemdewi Viola Agle Jane Bauman Oscar Bixby Betty Bowery Perry Brown Oscar Chazen Frances Cummins Margaret Dopp Paul Eberman Ruth Fisher Robert Baker Larnan Bruner Lucile Chapman Wanda Dombrowski Elizabeth Horn Elizabeth Huey 1938 Ruth Frank Daniel Grossman Catherine Hollway Kathleen Kauth Marie Kilcoyne Alfreda Kosmala Dorothy Krauss Louise Krebs Loraine Kupfer 1939 Dorothy Keil Marian Lewis Hazel Lippke Irene Martin Sebastian Martorana Rose Lombardo Josephine Phillippi Muriel Porter Elizabeth Prohaska Kathryn Schlenker William Sheldon Robert Strunk Ruth Sugarman Arlouine Tallman Doris Tober Annette Pausewang Robert Phillips Margaret Price Marian Rich Gertrude Singer Paul Spadinger 4-th Row: V. Agle, R. Baker, J. Bauman, B. Bowery, P. Brown, L. Bruner, L. Chapman, 0. Chazen, F. Cummins I 3rd Row: M. Dopp, P. Eberman, R. F ishcr, R. Frank, D. Grossman, C. Kollway, K. Kauih, M. Kilcoyne, D. Drauss 2nd How: L. Krebs, L. Kupfer, M. Lewis, R. Lombardo, S. Martorana, A. Pausewang, J. Phillippi, M. Porter, H. Pralt lst Row: M. Price, E. Prohaska, M. Rich, K. Schlenker, W. Sheldon., R. Sirunk, R. Sugarman ,L .5-' 'lf I ff'-. q""f-I . ff-r 'F xf i ' ' if -H ' WT v 'i falfl in - Qi- ,r iff E' -5 . . 6 . l Efficwi President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer ..... Chaplain ..... Historian and Editor . Faculty Adviser . . . Miss Myrtle V. Caudell Miss Faye Keever Louine Backus J une Clarke Grace Drinkwater Helen Elsworth Betty Bernhard Beverly Fisher fiv- lst Row: B. Bernhard, J. Clark, G. Drinkwaler, H. Elsworth, L. Fenton, B. Fisher 2nd Row: R. Frank, A. Kleinfelder, M. Lewis, B. Merrill, K. Schlenker, M. Sleudle 3rd Row: M. Ullrich, D. Welch Sorores in Facultate: Miss Edna Meshke Miss Martha Pratt Members 1938 Lucille Fenton Ruth Frank Ruth Hirsch Alberta Kleinfelder 1939 Elizabeth Huey . . Ruth .Frank Kathryn Schlenker . Dorothy Welch Alberta Kleinfelder . . Betty Merrill . Helen Elsworth Miss Martha Pratt Miss Alma Roudebush Miss Mildred Sipp Kathryn Schlenker Mary Virginia Steudle Margaret Ullrich Dorothy Welch Marion Lewis Betty Merrill Mu chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron was established at State shortly after Home Economics became a four year course. It is an honorary society in Home Economics, and has for its purpose the moral and intellectual develop- ment of its members and the promotion of the Home Economics profession. he Candle is published annually by the national organization. nl' President L . Vice President . . . Recording Secretary .... Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer ....... - Miss Eileen Mulholland Ruth E. Fischer Annette Kennedy Dorothy Krauss Lucile Chapman Amelia Dembowski Betty Barber 5. Sodales Honoris Causa Mrs. Hertha Ganey Members: 1938 Geraldine McLaughlin Grace Mehling 1939 Phyliss Line Bernice Male Ada Miller 1940 Annette Cinn Genevieve Marlin . Ruth Fischer Clst Semesterj Muriel Porter 12nd Semesterj . Muriel Porter Clst Semesterj Betty Barber C2nd Semesterj . . . . . . Gertrude Singer . . . . . Betty Lou Patten . Grace Mehling Dr. Anna Gemmill Betty Lou Patten Muriel Porter Elizabeth Prohaska Margaret Price Gertrude Singer Georgia Vincent Nu Lambda Sigma is the women's honorary literary sorority of the College. The requirements for membership are an honor average in English courses, recommendation by a faculty member of the English Department, and recognized ability to enjoy literature. Nu Lambda Sigma sponsors a student lecture series each spring semester. 3rd Row: B. Barber, L. Chapman, A. Ginn, A. Dembowski, R. Fisher, A. Kennedy 2nd Row: D. Krauss, B. Male, G. Marlin, G. McLaughlin, G. Mehling, A. Miller lst Row: P. Line, B. Patten, M. Porter, M. Price, E. Prohaska, G. Vincent i sy . 996 aww Dr. John Thurber President .... . William Sheldon Vice-President . . , , , Robert Baker Secretary . . . Edward Szymanski Treasurer . . Laman Bruner aaabzwi in 4 Mr. Andrew Grahau Dr. Harold Peterson Mr. Charles Root Dr. Charles Messner I Mr. Joseph Phillippi Dr. John Thurber Sigma Upsilon is a National Honorary Literary fraternity for upper classmen, requiring for member- ship an honor average in literature. The purpose is to form a bond among men of literary interests and abilities, and to help them achieve advancement in the literary field. Alpha Delta chapter was established here on March 25, 1931. For the past two,years Sigma Upsilon has sponsored the college debating team. The Fraternity publication, The- Scarab, is published annually. Madam Oscar Bixby Perry Brown Oscar Chazen Robert Baker Samuel Baruch Lamau Bruner Francis Alexander 1938 Paul Eberman Daniel Grossman 1939 Burton Cadro Joseph Hourihan Leo Levinkind ' Sebastian Martorana 1940 Albert Brown Richard Gibbons 3rd Row: R. Baker, P. Brown, L. Bruner, 0. Chazen, P. Eberman 2nd Row: R. Gibbons, D. Grossman, J. Hourihan, E. Hudspilh, L. Levinkind lst Row: S. Mariorana, T. Popp, B. Ray, W. Sheldon, E. Szymanski Edward Hudspith Theodore Popp William Sheldon Robert Phillips Buehl Ray Edward Szymanskl Donald Lawless I I Y sl UN' -. 'N .1f 13,J,.1 1,5 ' -,:1f1g+- f 1 H 4' F' 1:1 QQ AW ' an 1 1 , W 1 H 1k 11 .1 ,. 1.,J .' " -r. Az: Z-, v. .'j:r,'L L, I, ,, -1: 1, . , 4., ,.11f.' 1 - JPY' M'E'13i11" "Jai ' ii 1' ,, -1 ,gh Q Nj--i ' -' 'T K' ggi, I 'Q Z. li,,Af.-. ' f- 2 Q-121-ff' 515 11,1 Www T?--.QP H , . 111 '-' 5??TE.2f1'11'. " 1, 5:55 W: if "" ' l'1"ii1W"f.:-f1 :LQ-, - -ng, ll M211 .- ik 1- 55' Q- -9 "31.1'4 ' a15g3-p:' 'F - 1 Q .4 -U -,I 4. r fx ' 1 1 11, 'Q , 11 1 J 1 - r'- ' ' ' 1 .- ,AV -.fi 59:32 'v-5117, , '11 1-113-11 1' 1- 11 Q ,. 1 ..11' W ping: 11.4 ,111 1, ZM1: . 1 ' i1Y1:w g?:1 111 I mini! -111 , Q 1 ,-V 5 r .ov 'N 1 .,,. , 59' 1.5 ' . ' Univ' ' ' - 1 ' 1 - A-+1 -111 1-1, haw -1111-"" ' 1 X . Kathleen Kauth Mem Chairman ---.. . Kathleen Kauth Recording Secretary . . , , , Jean Ludyvig Corresponding Secretary . , , , Halen Elsworrh Treasurer ........ . Maryf Joan Callahan Faculty AdViS0l' . Miss Eleanor Gover As the city has its council, the state its assembly, and the nation its Congress, so the sororities of Buffalo State Teachers College have their Pan-Hellenic Association. As the name implies, this organization embraces all of the Greek letter sororities on the campus. The society here at State is one of the few of its kind which have in their ranks representatives of all the seven educational sororities: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pi Delta Theta, Pi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Theta Sigma Upsilon. Each sorority is represented by three of its members: the president, a senior representative, and a junior representative. Each year one sorority's faculty sponsor acts as adviser to the Pan-Hellenic Association. These members meet together to regulate matters pertaining to sorority life of the college and to encourage all chapters to take an active and interested part in campus activities. A wider perspective of sorority problems is achieved through the discussion of these problems by people who bring varied opinions from the groups they represent. ' Two rush seasons are sponsored each year, one in the fall and one in the spring, for the purpose of in- teresting women of the upper classes in sorority membership. The association entertains the freshman at a reception and tea to assist them in becoming acquainted with sorority girls. Pan-Hellenic Day is sponsored annually in the spring. At this time all sorority members forget the boundaries of their individual groups and meet together as one. The Pan-Hellenic Association has a real purpose and accomplishes an actual service to the college through its co-ordinating influence and inspiration. lflemlau. Alpha Sigma Alpha-Doris Wyatt, Jane Colby, Beverly Fisher Alpha Sigma Tau-Elizabeth Prohaska, Ruth Fisher, Rita .lerge Delta Sigma Epsilon-Mary Virginia Steudle, Ruth Hirsh, Elizabeth Phelps Pi Delta Theta-Jean Booth, Jean Ludwig, Elizabeth Johnston Pi Kappa Sigma-Gertrude McGovern, Mary .loan Callahan, Ruth Brown Sigma Sigma Sigma-Dorothy Krauss, Helen Elsworth, Joan Weber Theta Sigma Upsilon-Catherine Hollway, Kathleen Kauth, Lillian Albright 3rd Row: L. Albright, J. Booth, R. Brown, M. Callahan, J. Colby, H. Ellsworth, B. Fisher 2nd Row: R. Fischer, C. Hallway, E. Johnston, K. Kaulh,'D. Krauss, J. Ludwig, G. McGovern. lst Row: B. Phelps, E. Prohaska, M. Sleudle, JI Weber, D. Wyalt KIQKQQEQEZSA aff. Effie rf QQ? AW' W -a-'C' 9969 Q .5 Gfficwi President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Chaplain . . Registrar . . Editor . . . Faculty Advisor . Mrs. Carolyn Heylnan 2' 1?El " 'WE 511111511- X - ,gr 5'Q, is - . . Doris Wyatt . . Marion Thomas . . Ruth Haenszel . . Frances Cummins . . Betty Bernhard . Josephine Phillippi . . . Margaret Urban . Mrs. Carolyn Heyman Mrs. Rosamond Abate Pi Pi chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha originally was known as Theta chapter of Clio, a normal school sorority. When State became a college it affiliated with the national organization of Alpha Sigma Alpha. The quarterly publi- cation is the Phoenix. Red and white. are the organization colors. Maxim Jane Colby Frances Cummins Margaret Depp Dorothea Elliott Lucille Fenton Reva Fish Doris Anderson Betty Bernhard Beverly Fisher Phyllis Harley Betty Barber Katherine Burlingame Lurissa Childress Jean Clark Sth Row: D. 4th Row: F. 3rd Row: P. 2nd Row: A. lst Row: F. Anderson, B. Barber, B. B J Cummins, M. Dopp, D Harley, R. Kimlilaind, M. Pausewang, F. Phillippi, Skidmore, . Snedecor, F. efgywfff-Y ffl 1938 Mary Gazlay Ruth Haenszel Margaret Miller Florence Phillippi Josephine Phillippi Helen Pratt 1939 Ruth Kimpland Marian Lewis Annette Pausewang Grace Schreiner Frances Skidmore 1940 Jane Gilliat Phyllis Line Betty Mallue Doris Needham Norma Reeves Margaret Sanborn Rosalind Scharch Harriet Sisson Gertrude Van Arsdale Doris Wyatt Flossy Snow Marian Thomas Margaret Urban Hilda Wieland Marion Passage Susanne Sato Edith Snedecor Muriel Sullivan hard, D. Blakely,-H. Bonnell, K. Burlingame, L. Childress, J. Clark, J. Colby L. Fenlon, R. Fish, B. Fisher, M. Gazlay, J. Gilliai, R. Haenszel P. Line, B. Mallue, P. Mclnlyre, M. Miller, D. Needham, M. Passage H Pratt, M. Sanborn, S. Salo, R. Scharch, G. Schreiner, H. 1S'isson M. Thomas, M. Urban, G. Van Arsdale, H. Wieland, D. Wyall it sm 'SKK ru NM .EEF 4 4 7 5 5 .Y-Q9 U X ew WWNW . flfbv W M, mv 4 ig 4: A linvri President . . . . . Elizabeth Prohaska Vice President . ...... Muriel Porter Treasurer ...... ........ G ladys Lee Corresponding Secretary . . .... Ruth F isher-1'irst semester Helen Stachowicz-second semester Chaplain . . . . . Arline Walker-first semester Frances Perine-second semester Historian . . . ., ...... Ruth Burlingame Custodian . . . . Ruth F isher-first semester Rita Kick-second semester Editor . ....... Doris Tober 50140401 in 4 Miss Edna Hurd Miss Margaret Quayle Sigma Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau was organized at State in 1925 and affiliated with the national sorority the following year. The Anchor is published four times a year. The sorority colors are emerald green, and gold. Madam Amy Ballagh Ruth Burlingame Ruth Fisher Kathryn Baxter Rita .lei-ge Lucille Mattern Frances Perine Helen Cepura 1938 Annette Kennedy Mary Matusik Muriel Porter Elizabeth Prohaska Irene Stabell Doris Tober Arline Walker 1939 Mary Kerwin Betty Rech Rita Kick Rene Smith Gladys Lee Rita Smith Evelyn Wenzel 1940 Helen Stachowicz Pledges Marion Short Helen Zeder 3rd Row: A. Ballaugh, K. Baxler, R. Burlingame, H. Cepura, R. Fischer, A. Kennedy, M. Kerwin. 2nd Row: R. Kick, G. Lee, L. Mallern, M. Malusik, B. Peck, F. Perine, M. Porter lst. Row: E. Prohaska, R. Smith, Rita Smith, I. Slabell, H. Slachowicz, D. Taber, E. Wenzel, H. Zeder H 1- Mrglirm AW vjsyffpo I -290 P, 3 ew' -lj 1 0. Olin X. wa? i .ew 5 .1 ,i We. " fi 51:47 419' President . . . . William Atkins Vice President ...... . Franklin Richards C-Orrespolllling S8Cl'Clal'j' . . , , Laman Bruner Recording Secretary . . . . Raymond Ast - 5 l Treasurer ...... , Ilarold Rupp - Sergeant-at-arms . . . James Perona , Homer J. Bruce John Fontana Edward L. Morrice Q 5 K Stanley A. Czurles Raymond M. Fretz Irving O. Perkins Andrew W. Grabau 3' .5 3 Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa fraternity was founded at Buffalo in 1920. It was originally known as Kappa Kappa Kappa, but became Delta Kappa in May, 1936. The Student Directory is published annually by the fraternity Each year the Delta Kappa Key is awarded to the senior man who is most outstanding in leadership, scholarshlp and character. The fraternity colors are maroon and white. Mmm Perry Brown Robert Cunningham Paul Eberman Michael F enello Howard Flierl Daniel Grossman 1938 Robert Heist Paul Hirseman Francis Kozub Robert Lenz Mason Martixl James Perona Richard Perry Robert Reist Franklin Richards Alden Sallack David Schrader William Sheldon Carl Heintz Carl Zeh I 1939 . M" l ll Q Ray Ast t , El! Crede Hagerty i ln William Atkins law an Robert Harrishburg ,Harold upp Russell Barrowmar Henry Kreis W Y -' ' phcn Safron fN Laman Bruner David Low ' Il Arthur Smith K B-L Samuel Conte J. Robert Minkel AUJW John W' Kenneth Edmunds K if , David Missert it b W' ianlxfizcnian . lid ard Onody UB y, . A a T W 1940 Ewf H1 fin! N Thomas Asbury ff rfijox lb sp Duane Harris, PJ ,VE ,Q Raymond Porter Ellsworth Baldwinwfv . wCarl Pfeiffer I VUL! ji! Roger Rawe l Leonard Cox Nuff X 59.-. ' 5, 7. 0 ,f"i'if1,U Louis Rosa NV . . I tw, l if X QQ,-L ,FIIJJ Lf D f if mm .f- 2nd Row: Edrnundsi M., Fenello, IL Irllierl, D. Drassnzan, C. Iiagerly, D., Harris, R., Iiarrishbnrg, F. Kozub, lst Row: T As ury' Avi W Aikins E Baldwin R Bavrrowman P Brown L Bruner J Cor R Cunningham t II. Kreiss 3rd Row: R. Lenz, M. Illarlin, R. lllinkel, D. Misserl, E. Onody, J. Perona, R. Perry, C. PfeUfer, P. Pohiman 4th Row: R. Porler, R. Rawe, R. Reisl, F. Richards, L. Rosa, H. Rupp, A. Sallack, S. Safran, D. Schrader 5th, Bow: W. Sheldgn,-A. Smith, J. Walsh, W. Wiseman, C. Zeh, P. Eberman. 'W 1' oy xg, fs x ,', ,ee 5 , 9 - 3 ,I A Q..hV-or" President . . . . Mary Virginia Steudle Vice President ..... . Rebecca Ann Perry Corresponding Secretary . , , Grace Whitelgck Recording Secretary . . . . . Marion Rich Treasurer ..... . . Frances Wilks Chaplain . . . Maxine McIntyre Sergeant . . . Helen Fields Historian . . . . Margaret Price Seanad, in 4 W i Miss Ruth Palmer Miss Mildred Sipp ' Dr. Anna Gemmill i l l Originally Amanon sorority, and later a part of Colonor, Arethusa Upsilon chapter of Delta Sigma' Epsilon joined Arethusa in 1902, and affiliated with the national sorority in 1926. Eachyear the Bishop Honor Medal is awarded by the sorority to a Senior woman who has participated effectively in college activities. The Shield is published four times a year. The sorority colors are olive greeneand cream, ' Madam Helen Fields Ruth Hirsh Doris Cummings Rosemary Gaffney Helen Kreis Helen Hickey 1938 Maxine Mclntyfre Rebecca Ann Perry Christine Reid 1939 Mary Elizabeth Phelps Josephine Syracuse Margaret Price Grace Whlteloek Marion Rich Frances Wllks Helen Sinclair 1940 Jean Laird Margaret Smalley 3rd Row: D. Cummings, Il. Fields, R. Gaffney, H. Hickey, H. Kress J Laird 2nd Row: M. Mclnlyre, R. A, Perry, B. Phelps, M. Price, C. Held C Rich lst Row: H. Sinclair, M. Smalley, M. Sleudle, J. Syracuse, G. Whilelock F Walks .91 '11 President . First Vice President . . . , Second Yice President . . Secretary . Treasurer . Registrar . . Editor . . Chaplain . E-"'l1,.i:1""nl I' g 9096, 3000 39: Ji' . . Jean Booth Loraine Kupfer . Rose Lombardo . . . . . . Helen Pearson . . Mary Dole . . Ellen Moest . Margaret Nigro . Cornelia Hendler Saaaaaina Miss Eleanor M. Cover Pi Delta Theta originated on the campus in September, 1926 as a social sorority. In I une, 1928, the orga nization was accepted as Zeta chapter into the National Sorority of Pi Delta Theta. Their open publication which is known as the Thalia is distributed four times a year. The sorority colors are green, gold, and white. fllemima Jean Booth Mary Dole Ruth Heilman Edna Herman Elizabeth Johnston Evelyn Burritt 1938 Cornelia Hendler Loraine Kupfer Helen Lamphear Rose Lombardo 1939 Jean Ludwig Anne Marinucci 1940 Gertrude Moser Virginia Root 3rd Row: E. Burriil, M. Dole, R. Heilman, C. Hendler, E. Herman, L. Kupfer tb si 2nd Row: R. Lombardo, J. Ludwig, E. Johnston, A. Marinucci, E. Maesl, G. Moser ' lst Row: M. Nigro, H. Pearson, 0. Raper, V. Root, A. Russell, M. Sauerwein Ellen Moest Margaret Nigro Helen Pearson Althea Russell Mary Sauerwein T21 x : w 9134 1 -fffF"5sIA ' L fb, 7- 'Vi vs I 'WI ,sz I x ww! N e ,fg Mi' 0 fy x f. W K U 1 Nw frgl. X 6 ph? 'fiimdjdy VNU W 1 90460 gave fn V wt tan 25? ,vii Get X-bu km -Q 'I ...T 'is,,,f President . . . . . Gertrude McGovern Vice-President ..., . . Lucile Chapman Corresponding Secretary . . . Lillian Seihert Recording Secretary . . . Kathryn Albrechtson Treasurer . . . . . Margaret 0'Donnell Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . Marion Leary 5040401 in Qawalfaie Mrs. John Fontana Mrs. Edward Ganey Theta Kappa, a local sorority, became Rho chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma in June, 1928. The Laurel is pub lished quarterly hy the national organization. The colors are blue and gold. Aflemlma Kathryn Albrechtson Patricia Bickle ' Ruth Brown Mary Joan Callahan Lucile Chapman Catherine Chalmers Mary Clinton della- I-lefek 'le ma-rc qel-fungi 'lcqvfhenf So-r 'luzlvel' -selluicl - and Elngc-4 1938 34 41004, , Eleanor Hudson l'c"'4l3e' 1939 Amelia Dembowski Evelyn Englehardt Louise Hagen Jane Hanny Marian Leary Virginia Marvin Pledge: Jessamine Barrett 1940 Agnes Mahoney Doris Puhl Mildred Richardson 4th Bow: K. Albrechlson, J. Barrell, P. Bickle, R. Brown, B. Buckley, M. Callahan. K. Chalmers 3rd Row: L. Chapman, M. Clinton, A. Dembowski, M. Dobony, E. Englehardl, L. Hagen, J. Hanny 2nd Bow: E. Hudson, M. Leary, A. Mahoney, V. Marvin, M. Mayer, G. McGovern, D. Puhl Margaret Mayer Gertrude McGovern Margaret 0'Donnell Lillian Seibert Julia Thompson Catherine Smith Martha Vaughan lst. Row: M. Richardson, L. Seiberl, C. Smith, J. Thompson, M. Vaughan -QI T' 14. 13 ng fit fit li- -:1 0 ,Q .X af' iles..- of 'f'9J22e'y 0-690'.JK- " of PQ 8391417 ww Xsvfoio ' 6 . vefox 9 x.-.9'9X?f ,M amps QU 4' a 0 5-7 '75 'ur-...AGU First Semester Second Semester Robert A. Helstrom . . President . . . . Harold Finn Donald Clark . . . Vice-president . Lawrence Hanratty Bernard B. Deazley . . . Treasurer . . . . . Robert Borth Harold Finn . . . . Financial Secretary . . . Vincent Cooley Lawrence Ilanratty . . Recording Secretary . . John Branicki Buehl Ray .... . . Corresponding Secretary . . John Nichols John Branicki . . . . News Sheet Editors . . . . John Branicki Albert Kingston John Hammel John Schassar . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . .. Jolm Schassar John Nichols . . .... Chaplain . . .... . . . . House Manager . . .John Stack Active: Mr. Rueben Ebert Dr. Ralph Horn Others: Mr. Hubert E. Coyer Mr. Joseph Phillippi Mr. Robert O. DeMond Mr. George Quaekenbush Psi Phi fraternity was organized in 1920 at Binghamton, New York, and was incorporated last year. In 1923 Beta chapter was established at State. On November 15, 1930 Psi Phi presented to the college the clock face overlooking the quadrangle. It annually prints and distributes the Athletic Schedule. The fraternity has established chapter rooms this year at 1110 Elmwood Avenue. The fraternity colors are red, gold, and black. 960- ELMS A .fb -sage , J 'rl-as X, , x 5 3 W , f' 1 - :JE 1-vo V I f' '4- wr- O Xa, 'N Mamiya: .5-jf! yy 'f JL wi ff 0 I Robert Borth Lawrence Campbell Vincent Cooley ' 1938 Lawrence Hanratty Robert Helstrom Gerald Kraus Harold Finn of 1939 Burton Cadro fbi Gordon Derner Neal Caneen Albert Kingston Donald Clark ' Walter Lare John Coughlin James Lindstrom Bernard Deazley Harry Strickland Edward Sikorski Davis Woodcock 1940 Robert Bollard Eugene Hoolihan John Branicki Jerome Klawitter Anthony Ekes Paul Miller John F inn John Hammel Corydon Nichols John Nichols David Pritchard John Pikus Paul Rooney James Seali Robert Strunk Salvater Puleo Aurie McCabe Buehl Ray Q f G Carl Rost John Stack Sylvester Thomas John Schassar David Strebe Thomas Tierney Michael Wovkulich Herbert Zollitsch Z 4th Row: R. Ballard, J. Branicki, L. Campbell, N. Caneen, D. Clark, J. Colley, J. Coughlin, B. Deazley, G. Derner M 3rd Row: A. Ekes, H. Finn, J. Finn, J. Harnmel, L. Hanrally, R. Helslrom, T. Hoolihan, A. Kingslon, J. Klowiller Am-QJN 5 2nd Row: J. Lindslrom, A. McCabe, P. Miller, C. Nichols, J. Nichols, ,D. Prichard, S. Pules, B. Ray, C. Rosl Ist Bow: E. Sikorski, J. Slack, D. Slrebe, H. Slrickland, R. Strunk T. Tierricy, D. Woodcock, M. Wovkulick, H. Zollilsch W I1 as 190' is 90 N 'W' i'll'iilIl Y - P4 'sl If 3'1" o A 'gf' President . . . . Dorothy Krauss Vice-President . . . . . Jane O'Leary Recording Secretary . . . . . Louise Krebs Corresponding Secretary . . . Twila Wagener Treasurer ....... . Betty Kiesel Keeper of the Grades . . . Betty Bowery 5040491 in 4 Miss Theresa Roehsler Miss Helen Englebreck Zeta Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established in 1901 as Epsilon Mu. In 1911, it affiliated with the national organization of Tri Sigma, thus becoming the first national sorority on the campus. Four times a year, the Triangle, the open magazine of the sorority, is published. Tri Sigma,s colors are purple and white. !l'fe1n6e214 Alice Louise Bangert Betty Bowery Winifred Burley Helen Elsworth Ruth Frank Lois Humphrey Katherine Kelly Mary Agnes Casey Jean Dahlquist Carol Eschelman Vera Kinsley 1938 Katherine Kenyon Ruth Kinsley Alice Koelmel Josephine Knapp Dorothy Krauss Louise Krebs 1939 Betty Kiesel Berenice Male Jane 0'Leary 1940 Dorothy May Pledges: Alice Tindell Jeanette Barker Jane Person Dorothy Sweitzer Zelda Thomas Jane Van Vlack Twila Wagener Kathryn Wass Dorothy Welch Jean Scrimshaw J oan Weber Eva Place -- Janet Tucker 4th Row: A. Bangerl, J. Barker, B. Bowery, W. Burley, M. Casey, J. Dahlquish, H. Ellsworth, C. Eschel- man, R. Frank L 3rd Row: . Humphrey, C. Kelly, K. Kenyon, R. Kinsley, V. Kinsley, J. Knapp, A. Koelmel, D. Krauss, L. Krebs 2nd Row: J. 0'Leary, D. May, J. Person, E. Place, J. Scrimshaw, D. Sweilzer, Z. Thomas, A. Tindell, J. Tucker lst Row: J. Van Vlack, T. Wagner, K. Wass, J. Weber, D. Welch 'PN is 21...-., '6- 40" 00' xwdxk President. . . Vice-President . . Treasurer .... Secretary ....... Corresponding Secretary . Saga Correspondent . . Sergeant-at-Arms , . '3- a , ,Qg 2. EJ . . Walter Koukal . . Robert Baker Andrew Campbell . . Donald Scholz . Joseph Hourihan . . Earl Telschow . . Clifford Berth Chaplain ..... . Francis Siemankowski HiS1iDrian . ..... Paul Duffet Mr. Charles Bradley Dr. Chester Pugsley Dr. Oscar Hertzberg Mr. Charles Vail Mr. Harry Johnson Mr. Walter Weber Sigma Tau Gamma is a National Teachers College fraternity with eighteen chapters. The local chapter was originally organized' in 1931, and affiliated with the national organization in February, 1933. An annual project h S ' l Cal da The fraternit colors are blue and white. of the fraternity is the distribution of t e ocza en r. y fiflemdapi Andrew Campbell Oscar Chazen Robert Baker Clifford Borth Joseph Hourihan Harold Axlerod Isadore Bush Robert Johns 1938 Paul Duffet Edward Hudspith 1939 Richard Hughes John Piatak 1940 Eugene Ruskowski Robert Schmidt Pledges Walter Koukal Arthur Sager Donald Scholz Howard Sengbusch Francis Siemankowski Joseph Schwartz Allen Sexton Earl Telschow Armando De Marehi Sebastian Martorana 3rd Row: R. Baker, C. Borlh, I. Bush, A. Campbell, 0. Chazen, P. Duffell, J. Hourihan 2nd Row: E. Hudspilh, R. Hughes, W. Koukal, S. Marlorana, J. Pialak, E. Ruskowski, A. Sager lst Row: R. Schmidl, J. Schwarlz, A. Scazloq, D. Scholz, F. Siemankowski, E. Telschow qwff' . 6 G9 eww Gjfaewi President . . . Vice President . Secretary . . Treasurer Patroness . . Saaaaainq Dr. Kate V. Wofford sex si W fX,x fs ' -X. t' ' '55 sz. F ,if - Magi, . Catherine Hollway . . . Marjorie Peck . -. Rose Mary Eagin . Marjorie Hollenbeck . Miss Margaret Dupre Miss Alma Roudebush Theta Chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon was originally Alpha Chapter of Pi Sigma Phi. In 1927 it was ac cepted by the national organization. The Torch, its publication, is distributed twice a year. The sorority colors ar old rose and silver. fiflemdws Jeanette Domres Helen F enske Marjorie Glasser Adele Heinold Edith Henry Ruth Hill Lillian Albright Yvonne Ashley 4th Bow: L 3rd Row: A 2nd Row: A 1stRow: 0 1938 Mary Hoffman Marjorie Hollenbeck Catherine Hollway Kathleen Kauth Alberta Kleinfelder 1939 Phyllis Conrad Rose Mary Eagin Norma Newman 1940 Mary Straight Pledge M arj orie Lobaugh Margaret McGee Ruth Ozard Margaret Pierce Ona Raper Geraldine Russ Theresa Trimper Marjorie Peek Irene Scott . Albrighl, Y. Ashley, P. Conrad, II. Domras, R. Eugen, Il. Fenskc, Ill. Glasser . Ileinhold. E. Henry, R. Ilill, M. Hoffman, M. Hollenbeck, C. Hallway, K. Kalzllz . Kleinfcldcr, M, Lobuugh, IPI. McGee, N. Neuman, R. Ozurd, M. Pick, M. Pierce . Raper, G. Russ, I. Scoll, M. Slraight 5- ...tif Tr . ,AEM gf"v I U n 'fi""' K ' w qw A515138 ,be QW xsf' el GQQPQ Qxpetkq As this Elms goes to press, the Editor leans back and contemplates the work done by his able assistants and their staffs to make this a truly "student" book. To Ruth Sugarman, who organized and coordinated the work of the various staffs in her work as Associate Editor and to Sylvia Risman, who effectively translated the ideas for this book into useable working drawings, I pay my compliments on a well done job. For the excellent sketches which illustrate this book, Twila Wagener deserves credit, and to her staff, congratulations. Orchids are due Erwin Lederer who executed the beautiful cover. To the staff editors, Annette Cinn, Literary Editor, Amelia Dembowski, Sports Editor, Robert Schmidt, College News Editorg and Betty Barber, Photography Editor go my congratulations on excellent work. Theirs is a huge job which entails much detailed work. To Betty Bowery, Typing Editor, I wish to extend especial commendation, for the work of her staff is a job which is usually least appreciated and yet is so indispensable to a successful book. Marian Thomas, Feature Editor, has shown unusual ability in the handling of her assignment, and complementary to her work, is that of the Photographic Staff, Robert Brown, Harry Milofski, Milton Gurwitz, J ack Welch, and Dave Woodcock who spent much time and ingenuity supplying us with the excellent informal shots which are necessary for a successful yearbook. This commentary would not be complete without a word about Bob Helstrom, Business Manager and his as- sistant Al Kingston, who handled the finances of the book so that I never had to worry about where the money was coming from and so could spend my time, spending the money. Likewise orchids are due our faculty board, Mr. Huckins, Miss Mulholland, Mr. Czurles, and Mr. Fontana, for their effective advice. My last orchid goes to the students of the College, who posed for photos, appeared ridiculous for our photog- raphers, joined clubs and fraternities so that we might write about them, and to the Seniors, who, by graduating, created a job for me and my staff. L, lo R..Chazen, Risman, Wagcner, Baker, Sugarman Wana lst Row: 2nd Bow: ,fm sniff Lederer, Rubens, Ramsaaer Risman, Thomas, Wagener, Phillip- pi, Farrell Editor in chief . . Business Manager Associate Editor . Assistant Associate Editor . . Technical Advisor . Oscar Chazen Robert Helstrom Ruth Sugarman . Robert Baker . Sylvia Risman Faculty Advisors . . Slaff Memlwi Twila Wagoner- Editor Mary Farrell Irwin Lederer Florence Phillippi Richard Ramsauer Fred Rubens Zelda Thomas Colle e News Roiert Schmidt- Editor Howard Flierl Joseph Hourihan Edward Hudspith Allan Sexton Features Marian Thomas- Editor Betty Bernhard Arle Carman PaulyEberman Literary Annette Cinn-Editor Perr Brown Lucille Cha man Genevieve liliartin Kathryn Schlenker Business Albert Kingston . . Mr. Huckins, Mr. Czurles, Mr. Fontana, Miss Mulholland Photogra hic John Vgelch-Editor Robert Brown Milton Gurwitz Harry Milofsky David Woodcock Photogra h Betty Bagrber-Editor Thomas Asbury Francis Cummins Jane ' Gilliat June Halton Sports Amelia Dembowski- Editor Bertha Dembowski William Kackas Robert Philli s Morton Rayciii Ty ing getfyihiwery-Editor xo a g e Lilla Cartwright Edna Gordon Ruth Hill Edith Levin Sylvia Levin 3rd How: Gilliat, M ilofsky, Welch, Raych, Kackus, Hourihan, Kingston, Soelon, Agle 2nd Row: Mr. Fonlana, Cummins, Carman, Eberman, S. Levin, Bernard, E. Levin, Gordon, Asbury, Dembowski, Marlin, Mr. Czurles lst Row: Brown, Schlenker, Thomas, Bowery, Chazen, Helstrom. Dembowski, Ginn, Barber, Schmidt , ,W E ff . f". ' ,cog l nm 41119 ode V 6'eYx09e0l P' 1938 'tif 'S Boevx YJ xk-Woo 'ie-aixiota lfffake-uf.: eofzy am! paoaf Isadore Bush, editor Editor-in-Chief . . . . .Amelia Dembowski Business Manager ........ Buehlv Ray Business Manager . . , A. Sandford' Kenyon' - rqdfiodale Zchllou Features .......... Annette Cinn News ...... . A. Morton Raych' Copy and Proof ....... Evelyn Studier Qeahnu Jean Dahlquist Bertha Dembowski eo Levinkind ohert Peck ' Crede Hagerty in William Sheldon arion Thomas inia Witte qi, if Sfcff Cinn, Bush, Studier, Raych, Dembowski , A Burton Cadro Miriam .Myers New Lucile Chapman William Kackas Sebastian Martorana Robert Phillips Catherine Smith George Welch Florence Bergtold Florence Fuhr Anna Cach Alden Sallack John Stack Budinwu' Richard Gibbons Aurie McCabe W Helen Sinclair K-aaaoqma. gm 'nf This was the challenge the College extended to the Record in the 1937 Elms on the Record's twenty- fifth birth year. Amelia Dembowski and her staff took up the challenge and carried it out to so great an extent that the Record has become synonymous with progress. Amelia Dembowski revised the staff so that each associate editor became responsible for specific duties. Evelyn Studier, Annette Cinn, and Morton Raych were in charge of copy and proof, features, and news, respectively. In addition, the staff was cut to one-third of last year's size, the effect being a decided increase in efficiency. Make-up work was begun under Isadore Bush. Each issue of The Record was laid out by the make- up staff in The Record office. ' The Record sponsored a number of contests this year. The most outstanding was the All-State Basket- ball Team contest, in which almost every teacher-training institution in the state participated. . 2nd Row: Hagerty, Thomas, Sinclair, Meyers, Levinkind, Kackus, Gach, Chapman, Smith, Peck lst Row: B. Dembowski, Fuhr, Kenyon, Cinn, Bush, A. Dembowski, Raych, Sludier, Ray, Mr. Czurles , "Professional Views", a new column, was introduced in the eleventh issue of the year. Both students and instructors have recognized the value of such a column in this institution. For its own betterment, The Record staff gathered at Round Table meetings. On several occasions, well known journalists offered pointers to the staff. At other meetings, the editor and her staff discussed points for improvement of work. Special issues at various seasons of the year brought much reading pleasure to the College. A Broken Wreckord, A Peace Issue, Christmas Issue, Sports Issue., and Commencement Issue appeared. The Broken Wreckord proved most successful. The 1938 Literary-Art. Issue, edited by Annette Cinn and Mary Farrell, was publishedxin the Spring, and it contained material truly representative of the entire college. In the fifteenth edition there appeared an editorial, "New Head Tops All." And indeed it did, for this issue inaugurated a new and distinctive Record head, designed by Marion Wlutney. 1937-1938 found The Record year a most progressive and successful one. May the coming year find The Record following the same forward movement. i 2-09920 Gffiwu Editor-in-Chief. . . Rose Lombardo Associate Editor . . . Lucile Chapman Sports Editor, . . . Margaret Nigro . Bertha Demboswki' . . William Sheldon Social Editor . . Curriculum Editor . ...................ZeldaThomas Art Editor . . Faculty Advisors . . . Mr. Fretz, Mr. Huckins, Mr. Quackenbush, Miss Reed M 4 5 I Sports Staff . . . . . Robert Borth Dorothy Moore Social Staff . . . Robert Baker Annette Cinn Buehl Ray Elizabeth Pellegrino Curriculum Staff . . . Diana Blakely ,lean Dahlquist Art Staff . . Susanne Sato The Handbook, a faculty-student publication, is issued to members of the student body at the begin- ning of each college year. The information it contains concerning the traditions, customs, rules, and interests of the college, is valuable to the upper classmen and indispensable to the freshmen. 2 Ml YQWSZXWWW 2,1 Q,,ei:N,eF' axes' SW QV- 0iLJe0'li'd. Q29 041'- 930 959 fic A President . . . .... . . . . Vice-President . Secretary. . . Treasurer . . .... . . Seniors JO!-III Weber . Joseph Hourihan Frank R chards Ruth frank Betty Phelps.. General Colle e Home Economics . 5 Irene Scott B335 ggtilllgn Josephine Syracuse Ann Industrial Arts Kay S5221 Russel .Barrowman Home Economics S h Gertrude Van Arsdale Rip 01510563 E sworth o ert o ar Industrial Arts John Hummel Jack Walsh General College Art, lgflianla IBlakElyd u H d avi ritc ar Sa y u son F Rich?6IdLFry In rances c aughm Juniors Art Crede Hagerty Jane Wolsley Grace Sch!-'einer Home Economics General College Kai Burlingame Bernard Deazley E 'th Snedecor Student-elected F aculty-Elected Doctor Quayle Miss Allen Doctor Peterson Mr. Czurles William Neumann . William Neumann . I .... Ray Ast . Grace Schreiner . . Bernard Deazley Industrial Arts Duane Harris Roger Rawe Freshmen Thomas Smith Ruth Albright General College Robert Griflin Donald Donley David Cownie M ron Williams lflelson Voght Art Charles Lunney Home Economics Helen Woodhouse Industrial Arts Lindsay Farnan William Vandal Brown, lVIr. Ebert, Zeh lf'fen'4 Qualgfeli Zeh, TelschowQ Ross, Rubens Gfficwr l p President . . .... Carl Zeh Secretary . . . Robert Schmidt Treasurer . . . Earl Telschow Director . . Perry Brown Accompanist . . . Ruth Albright The only choral group on campus open to men, the Men's Glee Club offers enjoyment and development to its members as well as to its audienceflts program consists of several assembly appearances, the Spring Concert, and participationin the Christ- mas play. The Glee Club's steady growth assures the college of its position and value. Q? ' z -ffzn-15, .- ,. .C 3rd How: LoMaglio, Carr, Eberman, Wovculich, Simon, Donley, A. Brown, Levinkind, Voghl. Lubow, Baldwin 2nd Row: Roberls, Prilchard, Schoonover, Iluclspilh, Asbury, Graber, Harris, Raych, Welch, Phillipps, Hourihan lst Row: Hoolihan. Clarke, Eisenberg, Kenyon, Ross, Albright, Zeh, Brown, Telschou, Schmidl, Rubens, Campbell, Lownte Mwdm Paul Eberinan Stewart Harvey Albert Brown Matthew Duggan Francis Alexander Thomas Asbury Elsworth Baldwin Kent Clarke Ernest Flemming Duane Harris Thomas Hoolihan Charles Campbell Arthur Carr David Cooke 1938 Edward Hudspith Francis Kozub Alden Sallaclc 1939 Joseph Hourihan 1940 Sanford Kenyon Samuel LoMaglio Sol Lubow John Nichols David Pritchard Morton Raych Gilmore Roberts Charles Ross 1941 David Cownie Donald Donley Leon Graber Robert Isenberg William Sheldon Carl Zeh Robert Phillips Salvadore Puleo Fred Rubens Robert Schmidt Francis Schoonover Harold Steffen Earl Telschow John Welch Michael Wovkulich Aaron Simon William Vandal Nelson Voght President -. . . Irene Martin Vice-President . . . Ellen Moest Secretary . . ...... Martina Bohm Treasurer. . ..... Jeanette Domres Librarian .... . . Ella MaGuire flst semesterj Librarian ...... . Ruth Harrison C2nd semesterj Assistant Librarian . . . Marion Passage flst semesterj Assistant Librarian .... . Helen Anderson 12nd semesterl Pianist ........... .......... J can Draa Faculty Advisor and Director . . Miss Ruth E. Speir V Seventy devotees to Or heus among the upper-class girls form an important organization on the campus, the Women's Senior Glee Club. They offer the followin activities at the shrine of Music yearly:-singing in the Christmas play, the Annual Spring oncert, and many per- formances outside of the College. The climax of their activities is the Annual Sing Festival held at one of the various colleges each year, Keuka College being the gathering center for this year. :si ' ' 'l' 2nd Row: V , Bohm, Moesl, - h ' 1 H , Anderson Q 1stRow: Harrison, Miss Speir, i' Ziizz M a r l i-n , ' L' Domres, Ip. 3rd Row: Neill, Ashley, Laird, Speer, Childress, Fleckenstein, Blake, Burke, Helzcl, Hess I 2nd Row: Passage, Glasser, Epavils, Drinkwaler, Anderson, Adams, Koualcik, McLaughlin, Cornwall, Hojfman, Schmanke ' 1stRow: Lippke, Mallern, Quinlan, Clinton, Clujf, Domres, MaGuire Miss Speir Marlin Draa 3rd Bow: 2nd Row: lst Row: HOW , j Catherine Cornwell Mary Dole Jeannette Domres Margaret Dopp Dorothy Gammack Marjorie Glasser Estelle Alt Yvonne Ashley Martina Bohm Olga Davies .lean Draa Overine Ehman .lane Adams Ferne Alt Helen Anderson Virginia Blake Verna Burke Evelyn Ca e Rosanna Ciad Lurissa I Childress Jean Clark Jeanne Clement Mary Clinton Marietta Clulf Y Huenszcl, Schreiner, llfleyers, Puhl, Chad, Dopp, Zablkowski, C. Miller, 0'Donnell, All, Mc,-irdle, Cage Marlin, Roof, Fisher, Tanner, Hill, Smead, Woodruff, Sweeney, Lederer, Gammack, Clark llloesl, Bohm, Valance, Clements, Mayer, Morgan, E. All, '. A. Miller, Lindcnbaurn, Mclzllng ' . ' Y J ,wif QWJU je , Je' 'A e MQW Madam 1938 Ruth Haenszel Ruth Harrison Geraldine McLaughlin Grace Mehling Roselyn Meyers 1939 Dorothy E avets Hazel Lipplle Irene Martin Lucille Mattern Margaret Mayer 1940 Mary Deringis Jeanne Fleckenstein Lucille Fischer Irma Hess Marie-Hetzel Dorothy Hill Norma Hoffman Irene Kovalcik .lean Laird Bett Lederer Pearl'Liudenbaum Ella MaGuire Genevieve Martin Margaret C. Miller Ellen Moest Evelyn lworgan Bertha Rosenberg Lillian Smead Evelyn WOOCIELIH. Margaret O'Donnell Grace Schreiner La Verne Stone Roma Valance Anna Van Dyke Frances Wilks Catherine McArdle Margaret A. Miller Louise Neill Marion Passage Doris Puhl Anne Quinlan Virginia Root Louise Schmanke Bernice Speer Earla Sweeney Wilma Tanner Victoria Zabkowski Mem President . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer Librarian .... Advisor . Miss Hurd J .r 115 2 0 I . Perry Brown . . Buell Ray David Schrader . Earl Telschow Miss Edna Hurd piano Ruth Albright Jean Draa Gallo Jean Barber Muriel Holmes Marie Mahl fbfuuwi Ellsworth Baldwin Alden Sallack Waenclr Jlofm Charles Gaemke Gertrude Van Arsdale Eleanor Wilson Rae Cheney Robert Johns Sol Luhow John Pikus Allen Schwartz '7 Yvonne Ashley Perri Brown Hug Haslett John Nichols Jose hine Phillippi Fred? Weber Saxophone Carl Heintz Steve Nytrai Anna Van Dyke 7 Robert Baker Neil Stillman 404191 Betty Baldwin MRIIOH Lewis W 1 5 4 J Ohn Carroll Frances Cummins Marjorie Gottlieb Leonardo Grebinslu Steve Harrison Dorothy Hill Winifred Jenner Walter Koukal J aim Krylo Eva Place Buehl Ray Joan Robinson Albert Rydzynskl Mary Sauerwein Davld Schrader Earl Telschow Lydia Tosetto Umm Jeanette Domres La Verne Stone Uaqan Robert Bollard Faculty Advisor . I a get ein Mmm President . Secretary . Treasurer . . Pianist . Mwdm Betty Anderson Sally Anderson Romana Barnes Ruby Becker Frances Boland Jean Brown Vera Burckley Norma Butler Jean Chad Lorraine Cleary Virginia Coho Beryl Craig Betty Crawford 4th .How 3rd Row 2nd Row : 1stRow: Mace, N. Butler, Burckley, Creighton, Jones, Travis, Hellncr, E. M. Baller, Reynolds, Lynds, Oelkers Boland, Dolan, Williams, Smith, Sujecki, Woodhouse, McCormicon, Wanlshouse, Crawford, Tugg Woods, Sleir, lloffa, Ernst, lllinkel, Becker, Piper, Kricman, Barnes, Brown Anderson, Coho, Cleary, Jenner, McCuIlor, Miss McMahon, V incenl, Mayer, Craig, Sullivan, Sclzlolzer . Margaret E. McCullor . . Dorothy Vincent . Winifred Jenner . . . . . Emily Butler . Mary Louise McMahon Phyllis Creed Virginia Creighton Margaret Do an Elizabeth Ernst Margaret Eschner Marjorie Haifa Geraldine Harmon Jean Hauser Gertrude Hellner Muriel Holmes Winifred Jenner Elizabeth Jones Ruth Kreiman Muriel L nds Beatrice lillace Dorothy McCormican Margaret McCullor Doroth Macomber Jean Nfl er Beatrice hllinkel Mary Jane Oelkers Jean Pi er Marionillyrice Dorothy Reynolds Rita Sajecki Betty Schlotzer Betty Jane Smith Alice M. Stielow Katherine Sullivan Gertrude Tjeerdsma Ruth Travis Lauretta Tugg Doroth ' Vincent Mary Viverette Betty Jean Williams Helen Woodhouse Mary Louise Woods Freshman girls who sing well and enjoy singing are eligible for membership to the Women's Junior Glee Club. Assembly programs, caroling, and. recitals fill the musical program. The climax of the year's ac. tivity is reached when the club participates in the Annual Spring Concert. Gjficma 743 7uab Glee Glad Jean Dahlquist . . . . . President Helen Stachowicz . . . . Vice-President Naomi Wri ht' . . . . . Secretary Gerd Steinsiolt . . . . . Treasurer Grace Mehling . . . . . Accompanist Irene Martin . . . , . . Director Estelle Alt ...... . . . Director Geraldine McLaughlin ..........,...................... Director The Triads, a musical organization for women, was established to tgive an opportunity for part singing and an all-round enjoyment of music to non-members of the Women's Glee lubs. Triads also offers its mem ers the opportunity for social gatherings. Triads was reorganized in September, 1937. M Geraldine McLaughlin Estelle Alt Concetta Alfano Helen Bodkin Ruth Breck Margaret Brierly Helen Caplin Martha Ciesielska Lettie Kenzie Zelma McDowell 1938 Grace Mehling ' 1939 Jean Dahlquist Irene Martin 1940 Ruth Feder Dorothy Grantham Mary Griiiin Charlotte Knack Agapita Liermo 1941 Shirley Moore Olive Nichols Margaret Richardso I1 Marion Geiger Naomi Wright Eleanor Manning Mildred O'Nei1l Ruth Seitz Helen Stachowicz Gerd Steinsholt Vera Vandercher Irene Sieroslawski Mae Stripp 3rd Row: Alfano, Caplin. Feder, Grantham, Knack, Moore, Nichols, MacDowell, Liermo 2nd Bow: Bodkin, Sieroslawska, Ciesulska, Brierly, Breck, Richardson, Stripp, Sietz, 0'Neill lst Row: Manning, McLaughlin, Marlin, Steinsholt, Siachowitz, Dahlquist, Miss Speir, Wright, Mehling,-Ali f' We Bm! if 3rd Row: Kackas, C. Nichols, Lubow, Haslell, Nyitrai, Seaman, Baker, Morlarana 2nd Bow: Baldwin, Pikus, F. Phillippi, Cheney, Van Dyke, J. Phillippi, Ashley, Brown My lst Row: Ford, B. Baldwin, Mr. Ebert, Burke, J. Nichols, Anderson, Schwartz, Sallach W President ...... . John Nichols Assistant Director .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perry Brown Director and Librarian .......................... ' .... Mr. R. S. Ebert The Band is fast becoming indispensible not only to the sports events, but also to other activities of the college. It has proved its worth and popularity throughout the year. Membership in the Band is open to all who play band instruments. Mandala Clarinet Marie Kirchrneyer Flute Inez Anderson Sebastian Martorana Vernon Ford Oscar Bixby John Nichols , Baritone Rae Cheney Virginia Cheney Robert Johns Sol Lubow Daniel McNerney Frances Perine Florence Phillippi Trombone Robert Baker lose h Brown Stephen Harrison David Strebe Trumpet Yvonne Ashley Pe Brown Hlirgh Haslett Jose hine Phillippi Fredlerick Weber Saxophone Carl Heintz Marie Moore Corydon Nichols Steve Nytrai John Pikus - Allen Schwartz Anna Van Dyke Alto Horn Eleanor Wilson Piccolo Betty Baldwin Glendon Seaman French Horn Gertrude Van Aradale Cymbals Richard Coughlin Drums Ellsworth Baldwin William Kackas William Vandal Bass Horn James Burke Robert Potter Alden Sallack 52055 as Atta 7471! K H096-r r-if ' l 1 f sf K+-A sfgm-wires, Mif-v5.f+i1.A.,4. -..... President ....... . . . Harriet Sisson Vice-President ...... .... E velyn Studier Corresponding Secretary. . . . Catherine Smith Recording Secretary . . . . . Florence Phillippi Treasurer ........ . Norman Truesda e Bulletin Board Chairman . . ..... Jane Wolsley Faculty Adviser ..... . Mr. Stanley A. Czurles Honorary members: Mr. Charles Bradley Miss Mina Goossen Miss Ruth McLean Mrs. John Fontana Mrs. Carolyn Heyman The Art Kraft Klub was founded in 1920. Our outstanding event of the year is Stunt Nite which 1S sponsored to support the Scholarship Fund, awarded each ye ar to an art student. Mawm Frances Cummins Mary Farrell Robert Helstrom Katherine Kelly Elizabeth Johnston Thomas Asbury Jessamine Barrett Mary DiBlasi Earnest Flemming 1938 Annette Kennedy Florence 'Phillippi Josephine Phillippi 1939 Ada Miller 1940 Richard Fry J une Halton A. Morton Raych Fred J. Rubens 1941 Siuyfa ev-Url ed 1 ww-'l' AK- I yy SJW, YVU7 Q Wan," we Charles Wei gand vs snnccnggvla JP Harriet Sisson Evelyn Studier Alice Tindell Twila Wagener Stanley Wittmeyer Catherine Smith Ruth Tothill Norman Truesdale Jane Wolsley 3rd Bow: Asbury, Tindell, Helslrom, Wilmeyer, Fry, Cummins, Phillippi, Rubens 2nd Row: Kelly, Johnston, Burrell, Tolhill, Raych, DiBlasi, Wagener, Farrell, Hallon lst Row: Miss Goossen., Miller, Wolsley, Truesdale, Sludier, Mr. Czurles, Smith, Phillipp i Mrs Fontana KAW 4th Row: 3rd Row: 2nd Row: lst Row: Wfff' , -1 N. KX rfjq, Y 'fd' 15 f.f'JjA,-K' , Nw GM xX0'nx0,0 Q 5"f.ng19Mm Y thu 1 ashbfgwu , Harms' oql ' . D5 Mmm President . . . . Thomas I-Ioolihan Vice-President . . . Laman Bruner Treasurer . . . Ruth Su arman Secretary .... . Harold D. ixlerod General Manager . . Robert Harrishburg aa' 904 I wool Barber, Milofsky, Beuther, Carman, Gillial, Widrig, Breitweiser, Becker, J. Brown, Sieberl, Sullivan, Clemenls, Barnell, Dole Ballzell, Rohmer, Freileigh, Anderson, Schreiner, Grolh, Finn, Peck, Roberts, Beardsley, Fish, Agle, Ekes Gazlay, Krauss, Merrill, Doyle, R. Brown, Hubbard, Wolsley, Gibbons, Asbury, Hirsch, Ballard, Smith, DiBlasi, Blake, Burke Mr. Czurles, Pratt, A. Lynds, Prohaska, Dorchak, Drew, Axelrod, Hoolihan, Miss Goossen, Hanralty, Harrishburg, Sugarman, Morgan, D. Lynds qaualif fqcfaidend Mina Goosen Stanley Czurles The work of the Dramatic Club is known and appreciated not only by students, but by tl1e people of Buffalo who have shown their interest in this enterprising group of college stu- dents. All phases of the production are handled by the College. Scenery, costuming, lighting, and make-up, as well as the acting are representative of cooperative effort on the part of all mem- bers. Miss Goosen, faculty advisor and director, works unspar- ingly to present productions worthy of the high praise which has been so graeiusly given by audiences. The "York Nativity" served as a most appropriate Christ- mas offering. Magnificent stage settings converted the audi- torium into a cathedral and it was before the high altar that all action took place. Seven One-act plays were presented at various times during the year. The climax of the year's work found expression in the Spring Play, "The Importance of Being Earnestf' by Oscar Wdde. It was the playwright's most successful contribution and is still considered to illustrate perfectly the type of comedy he brought to the theater. This necessitated skillful handling on the part of the cast, who worked tirelessly to accomplish the desired effects. The manner of dress of the nineteenth century was carried out to the smallest detail and added no little part to the atmosphere of this sophisticated farce. The Dramatic Club at State is included in that group of people who are striving to give to the communities of this nation the best that is possible in dramatic art. ae Wifi? u we naw Cab M Viola A le Oscar Ciiazen Mary Dole Reva Fish Mary Gazlay Lawrence Hanratty Dorothea Brown Laman Bruner Gerald Fried Thomas Ashur Harold Axlerodl Doroth Baltzell Betty lglarber .lessamine Barrett Virginia Blake Robert Bollard Elaine Breitwieser Ruth Brown James Burke Arlueen Carman Jeanne Clement Bett Anderson Lucille Beardsley Ruby Becker Marlam Beuther .loyce Brown 1938 Robert Helstrom Ruth Hirsch Dorothy Klein Dorothy Krauss Doroth Lynds Gertrudie McGovern 1939 Rosemar Gaffney Robert Iflarrishhurg 1940 Mary DiBlasi Margaret Dorchak .lane Drew Anthony Ekes John Finn Ernest Flemming Richard Gibbons .laneAGilliat Roger Groth Thomas Hoolihan Caroline Hubbard Harry Milofsky 194-1 Betty Fraleigh Marzetta Latham Audrey Lynds Robert Peck Evelyn Morgan Helen Pratt Elizabeth Prohaska Dorothy Rohmer Ruth Sugarman Ruby Westover Betty Merrill Edward Onody Frances Skidmore Wilfred Morin Corydon Nichols Gilmore Roberts John Sehassar Catherine Smith Helen Stachowicz Martha Vaughan George Vincent Ruth Wagner John Welch .lane Widrig Jane Wolsley Elizabeth Pellegrino Betty Schreiner Betty Seibert Seymour Sommers Catherine Sullivan A .. qs: My 4.5v""iif' I IS N 'N I T If JE :gg ii 'F I. Qi. IVSSX, ' 93? 47 'x +x'f',!'vp+ 905664 X AW K , . , f . 5 ' -ia. ,- V i .. , ' .22 ,- x ? ai? 3 11. 'Q F T 'X , A 55 Ex,- E! Q55 '2 1115 ifix WL ' .LX 'J 1563 3 A Z 147111 Za! Glad Gam President ..... . Daniel Grossman Vice "President ..... . . Sylvia Risman Recording Secretary . . . . . . Arthur Smith Corresponding Secretary . . ...... . . . Jeanette Smith Treasurer ........ ......... . Arlinc Schwanckamp Faculty Advisors: Mr. Charles B. Bradley Miss Ruth McLean Faculty Members: Mr. Charles B. Bradley Mrs. Carolyn W. Heyman Miss Ruth McLean Mr. Stanley Czurles Mr. Urquhart Wilcox fAlbrightj The Art Education Club, established May, 1937, is the Buffalo Chapter of the Junior division of The Eastern Arts Association. Art Education Club, a professional organization for art educators, is restricted in membership to art education students. Unique to this organization is the formation of a Placement Bureau, located at New York City, which gives opportunity for placement in eastern United States. Madam Daniel Grossman Roxcy Harris M. Louise Haskins Mary Hubbard Patricia Bickel F erne Alt Ernest Flemming Bradley F lierl Dorothy Newman Morton Raych 1938 Sally Hudson Florence Phillippi Franklyn Richards Harriet Sisson 1939 Arthur Smith 1940 Arthur Ressing Suzanne Sato Arline Schwanekamp Jeanette Smith Ruth Tothill Sylvia Risman Zelda Thomas Jane VanVlack Evelyn Studier Alice Messing Norman Truesdale Ruth Wagner Jane Wolsley Fred Rubens Neysa I-Ieyman 1941 Jeanne Sisson 3rd Row: Raych, Hayman, Hubbard, Thomas, Van Vlack, Messing, Rubens 2nd Bow: Bradley, Wolsley, Tolhill, Ressing, Truesdale, Sludier, Phillippi, Alt, Mr. Czurles lst Bow: Richards, Schwanekamp, Risman, Grossman, J. Smilh, A. Smith, Bickel is A., me v+Q.e,Qs,J M010 'aa' W Nfsfilww 03141: ar-E Lek, gre qqc . wr' g60"' -14 - OM' ' ,L,,Agi,q1'- -Lo' J vm ssh Gjfxw President .... . . John Walsh Vice-President . . . Richard Hughes Secretary . . . Leo Levinkind Treasurer . . Neal Caneen Director . . Raymond Porter Director . ,...., . . Buehl Ray Faculty Advisers: Mr. Raymond Fretz Mr. Andrew W. Grabau In 1935, the Men's Campus Cluhwas formed through the consolidation of the Men's Club and the 'Campus Club. Menls Campus Club performs its biggest function in the fall of each year when it conducts Freshman'C.amp for men, to assist freshmen in becoming acquainted with college life. Maman: 1938 A Andrew Campbell Theodore Po p John Walsh 1 D Franklin Richards William Atkins Robert Baker Russell Barrowman Nicholas Battaglia Clifford Borlh Albert Brown Burton Cadro Neal Caneen Samuel Carr Bernard Deazley Matthew Duggan Joseph Hourihan Thomas Asbury John Branicki Joseph Brown Robert Brown Richard Burau James Burke Isadorc Bush Anthony Durlak Anthony Ekes John Finn Edward Firestone Richard Fry Irving Fuhrmann Richard Gibbons John Hammel Charles Ball Lester Boneberg David Cappiello Arthur Carr John Carroll Charles Clemons David Cooke Harry Curtin Paul Daucher Anthony Descipio Donald Donley William Exton Lindsay Farnan Norman Galembo Charles Giglia Bernard G aser 1939 Richard Hughes Jose h Kinzie Leo Jaevinkind Irvin Lorich Sebastian Martorana Alfred Meger David Missert Edward Pecora Jack Piatak Franklin Pierce Philip Pohlman Buehl Ray 1940 Duane Harris Robert Johns William Kackas Sandford Kenyon William Kilcoyne Robert Leahy Peter iVIcCartan Edmund hiioducki Frederick Neuschel Steve N itrai Patrick Pinto Joseph Poole Ra mond Porter Robert Rindell Archie Rousselle 1941 William Glasgow Charles Gremke Stephen Harrison Donald Hartman Hugh Haslelt 7 My James Hohensee Robert Isenberg M' WJ! ' . - ' 1 George Kirsch John Kr lo George Iguhn W' John Leslie Howard McCullough lffw I Harry Nelson Allan Owen Robert Potter Joseph Romano Carl Rost Alfred Sadroga Stephen Safron Donald Scholz Howard Sengbusch Edward Sikorski John Stack S lvester Thomas William Wizeman Laurence Wolf David Woodcock Clarl Weber ZLLZJB Eugene Ruskowski George Schieder Robert Schmidt Norman Schussler Allen Schwartz Joseph Schwartz Allen Sexton Alan H. Spear David Strebe Thomas Tierne Norman Truescliale Clifford Walker Frederick Weber Howard Wightman Michael Wovkulich Ross Rowley Albert Rydzynski Victor Santo Robert Schafer Glendon Seaman William Sion ghgmasSSmith o ert r' Vernon Sliruubg Angelo Suozzi Charles Turcott James Sweet William Vandal Nelson Voght Joseph Witka Charles Weigand if Sth Row: Pialak, Branicki, Glasgow,.Daucher, Boneberg, Suozzi, Krylo, Hartman, Harrison, Weigand, Glaser, Williams, Sanlo, Kenyon, Gibbons, Ray 4th Row: Larich, Turcolt, Clemons, Cappiello, DeScipio, Ball, Giglia, Farnan, Fuhrmann, Leslie, Haslell, Firestone, Curtin, Vandal, Durlak, Burke, Fry, Hagerty 3rd Row: Cadro, Mioducki, Harris, Kilcoyne, Host, Poole, Burau, Porler, Pfeijfer, Pinlo, Tierney, Nylrai, Woodcock, Pohlman, Wolf 2nd Row: Meger, Wizeman, Pierce, Weber, Sadroga, Lenz, Slack, Wagner, Sikorski, Borlh, Barrowman, Sajfron, Atkins, Missert, Asbury, Finn lst Row: Hummel, McCartan, Rouselle, Neuschel, Baker, Sexton, Wilka, Bush, Kackas, Rzzskowski ' sl Mandwi Rmdg ' Geraldine Russ President . . . . . Geraldine Russ Vice-President . . . . . Louise Krebs Secretary . . ......... . . Dorothy Rohmer A Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kate V. Wofford Faculty Member: Hoover A. Bruce The Rural Club was established to acquaint students with the aspects of rural life. Each month the club conducts a general meeting. Opportunities to further one's hobbies are offered in the various interest groups of which the club is composed. The Rural Club is one of the founders of the Bureau of Instructional Materials which was opened this year as an aid to practice teachers. Amy Ballagh Marion Buell Ruth Burlingame Dorothea Burton Ernestine Dietrich Margaret Dopp Dorothea Elliott Helen Fenske Reva Fish 1938 Ruth Hill Mary Hubbard Louise Krebs Josephine Knapp Marjorie Knapp Mary Matusik Helen Pearson Josephine Phillippi Muriel Porter Elizabeth Prohaska Dorothy Rohmer Geraldine Russ Margaret Sanborn Ruth Su arman Eleanor abby Evelyn Toby Evelyn Woodrulf Jeanette Barker Mary Crocuston Jennie D'Alba Overine Ehman Lucille Foley Helen Anderson Verna Burke Martha Ciesielska Annette Cinn Mary Clinton Mary Considine Marion Corbin Ruth Feder Marie Barker Helen Brennan Norma Butler Edna Gordon 1939 Anna Gach Elizabeth Johnston Rita Kick Gladys Lee Irene Martin Miriam Meyers 1940 Laura Fisher Florence F uhr Rose Granoto Donald Lawless Betty Lederer Mildred Lewandowski Pearl Lindenhaum Eleanor Mannin Catherine McArdle 1941 Marjorie Ismert Irene Sieroslowski Catherine Crocuston Frances Epstein Marjorie Peck Shirley Pletzker Buehl Ray Marion Short Evelyn Wenzel Margaret Miller Louise Neill Mildred O'Neill Mary Piper Beatrice Popp Clarine Rossi Laura Scholl Helen Stachowicz Betty Ernst Marion Southeim Ruth Travis Katie Warner 4th Row: Warner, Shorl, Pearson, Prohiska, McArdle, Lindenbaum, Fisher, Woodruff, Gach, Porler, Ballaugh, Malusick, Evelyn Toby Rossi. 3rd Row: Barken, Lewandowski, 0'Neill, Neill, Clinton, Epstein, Gordon, Swislawski, Miller, Lederer, Granalo, Fuhr, Sonchemz Trevzs Lawless Burlmgame Hill 2nd Row: Eleanor Toby, Johns-lon, Myelo, Brennan, Sanborn, Ellioll, Sugarman, Burll, Barker, Buller, Ernst, Ismerl, Mannmg Peck Pzper Slackowzcz Ciesielska lst Row: Knapp, Fider, Hubbard, Marlin, Burlon, Fish, Dr. Wolford, Russ, Rohmer, Kribs, Phillippi, Ray, Wenzel l U U -x cf President , . . . Grace Whitelock Vice-President . Margaret Price Secretary . . Dorothy May Treasurer . . . . Viola Agle - Faculty Advisers: Miss Margaret Dupre Dr. Katherine T. Whittemore Miss Ruth Houston Honorary Adviser: Dean Catherine E. Reed The YWCA is a Christian organization affiliated with the national "Y,'. Its direct purpose is social service. Among the interesting projects which it sponsors are the Freshman Camp for girls, and lectures and discussions on current topics throughout the year. As a social unit, it offers many recreational opportunities. The first "Y" carnival held in February, was inaugurated for the purpose of establishing a student loan fund. Y Mandm Viola Aglge Marian uell Fern Ackroyd Margaret Mayer . 1938 Ruth Hill Eleanor Toby Evelyn Toby 1939 Jane O'Leary Grace Whitelock e Margaret Price Anna Mary Witter ' 1 Ferne Alt Iiiez Anderson Esther Becker Violet Bell Marietta Clulf Betty Dessert Helen Domras Ruth Feder June Fehr Mar aret Kabel Cecelia Kennedy Eleanor Larrabee Betty Lederer Dolores Leising Ruth Albright Miriam Beuther Joyce Brinkel Joyce Brown Lillian Buddenhagen Virginia Coho Beryl Craig Ann Earl Jane Foley Anne Gould 1940 Irene Low Ella MaGuirc Dorothy May Frances McLaughlin Jean Robinson Virginia Root Louise Schmanke Ruth Seitz Bernice Speir Muriel Sullivan Hazel Sweetapple Dorothy Thomas Martha Vaughan 1941 Mary Graham Grace Himmele Patricia Holdredge Norma Krause Jean Mayer Peggy McDonough Beatrice Minkel Shirley Moore Mary Jane Oelkers Dorothy Reynolds Amelia Salvaggio Laura Fisher Lucille Fischer Zella Grapes Irma Hess Barbara Hoskins Margaret Miller Gertrude Moser Louise Neill Mildred O,Neill Phyllis Pickup Helene Wilson Amelia Woeppel Marian Woeppel Victoria Zabkowski Irene Sieroslowski Louise Slocum Betty Jane Smith Marian Southeim Thelma Stacey Betty Stegman Grace Stevenson A Alice Stielow Ruth Travis Helen Woodhouse 4-th Row: Ill. Mayer, Saab, Fisher, Becker, Woodhouse, J. Mayer, Pickup, Buehl, Bell, M. Woeppel, Kennedy, Hoskins, Lezlring, Zabkowskz Liermo, Ellis, Moser, Hill, R. Burlingame, McDonough, Oelker 3rd Row: 0'Leary, Reynolds, Witter, Akroyd, H rkkey, Travis, Somlheim, Beuther, M inkel, Sieroslowski, S. Moore, Coho, Belz, Fisher Desserl Craig, Speir, Schurerman, Sweetapple, A. Woeppel, Valence 2nd Row: Hart, Wilson, Stielow, Baddenhagen, Himmele, Bodkin, Clujf, Crandall, Brierley, 0'Neill, All, Grapes, Fix, Hess, Halton, Thomas Earl, Salueggio, Stacey, Schmanke, Krauss, Graham lst Row: B. Smilh, Knilfen, Gould, MaGuire, Toby, Feder, Price, Whilelock, Root, Agle, May, Tobyi Cleary, Moore, Domras. Kabel Martin Jfameg Ufficwt President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer ...... Senior Representative . . ,lunior Representative . . Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Doris Anderson Faculty Adviser: Miss Alma Roudebush . Doris Anderson . Elizabeth Huey Mildred Duttweiler . . Ella MaGuire . Louine Backus Isabelle Mummert . . Phyllis Line . . Jean Mayer The Home Economics Club was founded to promote the work of Home Economics and to foster friendship among its members. It is affiliated with the student clubs of the American Home Economics Association. A stuffed animal sale is sponsored annually. Mwdm Cora Adams Louine Backus Alice L. Bangert F. June Clarke Inez Crawford Mildred Duttweiler Helen Ellsworth Lucille Fenton Marion Fisher Ruth Frank Ruth Harrison 1938 Adele Heinold Florence Hill Ruth Hirsh Lois Humphrey Katherine Kenyon Marie Kilcoyne Alberta Kleinfelder Mildred Lussow Elizabeth Morris Catherine Pagett Christine Reid Katheryn Schlenker Mary Virginia Steudle Grace Stevenson Dorothy Sweitzer Margaret Ullrich Gertrude Van Arsdale Dolores Von Pless Dorothy Welsh Breta Wood Doris Wyatt Fern Ackroyd Lillian Albright Doris Anderson Yvonne Ashley Victoria Barli Betty Bernhard Phyllis Conrad Lila Cortri ht Wilma Doli Wanda Dombrowski Beverly Fisher Gladys Fosberg Alice Acquard Helen Bailey Esther Becker Helen Benning Virginia Dittmer Janice Eddy Lucille Fischer Helen Hickey Jean Laird 1939 Rosemary Gaffney Lois Gleason Phyllis Harley Emma Hiller Elizabeth Huey Ruth Kimpland Sylvia Kramer Mildred Kreger Marian Lewis Betty Merrill Isabelle Mummert 1940 Phyllis Line Irene Low Ella MaGuire Margaret McEntir Phyllis Pickup Nancy Reid Maribell Scholl Ruby Schultz 1941 6 Eleanor Belz Mary Paulin Norma Newman Clara Penner Marion Rich Grace Schreiner Irene Scott Frances Skidmore Josephine Syracuse Marion Thomas Margaret Urban Ruth Vroman Virginia Weiffenhach Anna Witter Margaret Smalley Edith Snedecor Mary Straight Muriel Sullivan Hazel Sweetapple Wilma Tanner Jean Tillou Emily Van Brunt Helen Zeder 4th Row: Willcr, Ackroyd, Scoll, Hill, Stevenson, Fischer, Hoskins, Lezlsing, Kinzplun, Smalley, Bailey, Bell, VunBrunl 3rd Row: Lewis, Harl, Cage, Sweelapple, Schuerman, Becker, Tanner, H ickey, Bell, Pickup, Sullivan, Mallue, Bernhard, Fisher, Harley Eddy 2nd Row: Albrighl, Syracuse, Newman, Rich, Gleason, Lussow, Mummerl, Thomas, Merrill, Pcnner, Knilfen, Ahern, Laird, Benning, School Paulin, Straight lst Row: Clark, Kenyon, Elsworlh, Wood, Kilcoyne, Huey, Anderson, McGuire, Ashley, Schultz, Zeder, Line, Fosburg Aland 4th Row: 3rd Row: 2nd Row.: lst Row: Bunhard, Huey, Lussow, Cole, Franklin, Kramer, Vroman, Merena, Mummert, Lewis, Anderson, Acquard, Lobough, Knwin, Hart Kenyon, Thompson, Miller, Muller, Grapes, Williams, Branl, Czernjewski, Dolk, Cranston, Fleckenslein, E. Toby, Dudziak, Ballzell Carlrighl, Willer, Slielow, Baller, Buddenhagen, Kingsley, Wrench, Kabel, Domms, Slraighl, Bennin Gleason, Penner, Gould, Baldwin, Clark, Line, Snedecor, Gajfney, Dean Reed, Wielend, Childress, Gordon, E. Toby, S. Baldwin, V. Baldwin Effie.-W1 President ..... Vice President .... Recording Secretary . . . Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Advisers .... Alumina Cora Adams Betty Armer Velma Baldwin J ane Bauman Betty Baldwin Mary Agnes Casey Lilla Cortright Wanda Dombrowski Wilma Dolk Rosemary Gaffney Genevieve Abrams Alice Acquard Joanne Baldwin Lurissa Childress Jean Clark Edna Anderson Dorothy Bzitzell Kay Brant Lillian Buddenhagen Emily Ma Butler Cazmira Clhurney Elaine Cole J essarnine Davis Frances Farrell DeEtta Gordon Alfreda Kosmala Lois Gleason Beth Huey Beth Johnston S lvia Kramer liilen Kuntz Jennie Cranston Virginia Dittmer Helen Domras Jean Fleckenstein Priscilla Gibson Esther Dudziak Monica Flanagan Melrose Franklin Anne Gould Charlotte Jackson Helen Johnson Phyllis Kenyon Rosemary Gaffney . . . Phyllis Line . Hilda Wieland . Edith Snedecor Lurissa Childress . Dean Reed, Miss Palmer, Miss Meshke 1938 A Mildred Lussow Evangeline Moore Frances Rowe 1939 Virginia Martin Isabelle Mummert Annette Pausewang Ruth Vroman Hilda Wieland 1940 Margaret Hart Margaret Kahel Katherine Kniliin Marjorie Lobaugh Myrtle Lottes 1941 Marzetta Latham Helen Mandry Catherine McLellan Thelma Miller Hildred Muller Helen Pfeifer Marguerite Reinhard Anita Stewart Eleanor Toby Evelyn Tob Carolyn Wiiiams Margaret Wrench Clara Penner Frances Perine LaVerna Stone Anne Van Dyke Doroth Senf Edith Syiiedecor Mary Straight Frances Thompson Mary Sage Betty Seller Marian Sontheim Alice Stielow Jane Wantshouse Kay Warner Betty Eafq cfefagi new President ' . A. . Oscar Bixby Vice President . . Rita Magner Secretary .... ..... L ucy Pellicano Treasurer ................................,.... Mary Blake Faculty Advisor ............................. Dr. Charles A. Messner Les Amateurs de la France was established on the campus in 1935 to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, customs, and arts of the French people. The club is divided into various groups which sponsor special meetings. As a social, cultural, and literary body, it is valuable in the study of the French language. Mwdm Oscar Bixby Mary Blake Rae Cheney Gertrude Considine Rose Mary Eagin Sally Anderson Eva Baldwin Frances Boland Catherine Crocusto 1938 Mildred Brayman Virginia Cheney Rita Maguer 1939 Ruth Harris Margaret Kakook Natalie Katula Helen Kreis 1940 Katherine Kelly Edith Levin Sylvia Levin n Frances Epstein Kazmira Czerniej ewski Edna Gordon Frances Izzo Samuel Lo 1941 Maglio Inez Grods Alberta Hamister Gertrude Hellner Emma Hubert Beatrice Mace Helen Pearson Lucy Pellicano Lucille Mattern Katherine Rores Marian Solomon 3rd Row: Kelly, Crocustan, Grads, Maglio, Ryan, Levin, Baldwin 2nd Row: Cheney, Boland, Tarantino, Hamister, Gordon, Epstein, Andersne, S. Levin lst Bow: Rores, Mattern, Mace, Hellner, Izzo, Magner, Brayman, Pearson, Cheney Isabelle McKernan Elinor Ryan Margaret O'Brian Geraldine Scharnber Jennie Tarantino Doris Warner 1 n.s au P Glad 3rd Row: Huffman, Axelrod, Ekes, Levinkind, Telschow, Ballz 2nd Row: Williams, Drew, Porchak, Rossi, Wilhiol, Myers, Neumann Ist Row: Prilchard, Dr. Quayle, Bush, Roberls. Gillial. Mr. Eberl Ogieefn PQ'CSidCI1t. - . . . Isadore Bush V106-PI6SldCDt . . . David Pritchard Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . Gilmore Roberts Secretary . . ,......... . . ,lane Gilliat H Faculty Members: Dr. Margaret S. Quayle Mr. Reuben S. Ebert Dr. Oscar E. Hertzberrg 1933 Winifred Baltz William Neumann Caroline Williams Anita Stewart 1939 Leo Levinkind Miriam Myers 1940 Harold Axlerod Anthonly Ekes Gilmore Roberts Isadore Bush Jane G' liat Earl Telschow Margaret D01-chak Norma Hoffman Clarina Rossi Jane Drew David Pritchard Evamae Wilhite The Psychology Club was established at State in the spring of 1937 by members of the Class of 1940. The purposes, according to its constitution, are "to strive towards truth, experimentation, statistical research, forum and panel discussions", and "to develop ourselves to the fullest so that we may in turn develop' those children en- trusted to our care." An unwritten purpose is to study further in psycholo y outside the classroom. The Club's accomplishments, considering its short existence, have been many: mental tedepathy tests, pertinent reports, based on research, given by students and instructors, visit to police headquarters to study lie detectors. Outstanding lectures have been given by Father Bown, Jesuit authority, and Dr. Arnold Verduin on religion. Membership is limited to twenty-five students who have attained B in a pre-semester of psychology and maintained an aggregate C average. Oiiicers President ..... First Vice-President Second Vice-President . . . Recordin Secretar g y . . . . Corresponding Secretary . . . Treasurer .... Baltz, Winifred Blake, Mar Clark, Ceceha Ast, Raymond Brown, Ruth Buckley, Elizabeth Carr, Samuel Considine, Gertrude Crocuston, Mary Englehardt, Evelyn Epavets, Dorothy Alexander, Francis Alfano, Concetta Bodkin, Helen Branicki, John Bur asser, Marie Burlie, James Caplan, Helen Chad, Rosanna Ciesielska, Martha DeMarchi, Armando DiBIasi, Mary Anderson, Sally Avery, Rosemary Bellreng, Bette Boland, Frances Cappiello, David Carrall, John Chad, Jean Chrnura, Alice Coleman, Marie Collins, Joan Crocuston, Catherine Sth Row: 4th Row: 3rd Row: 2nd Row: lst Row: Francis Alexander Evelyn En lehardt . .lack gon hlin . . Clarina Rossi Rosemary Ea in . Mary Bljce Donnelly, Gertrude DuRocher, Marjorie Fish, Reva Furlani, Ermo Hourihan, Joseph Herwin, Mary Kick, Rita Ryan, Nora Sadro a, Alfred Schiecier, George Schreiner, Grace Firestone, Edward Foley, Jane F rawley, Rita Garner, Margaret Baver, Betty Geary, Anne Gerber, Dorothy Granato, Rose Grillin, Mary Halton, June Heimbueger, Cathernie Crowe, Marjorie Curtin, Harry DeScipio, Anthony Donley, Donald Dudziak, Esther Dwyer, Mary Ernest, Betty Ferney, Edythe Flana an, Monica FrankJin, Melrose Giancarlo, Mary Members 1938 Hatem, Theresa Keim, Helen Kelly, Catherine 1939 Scott, Irene Short, Marion Glad Executive Commit tee: Department Represen ta tiv es: Mary DiBlasi Rita Magner Chayilxain ather John Dempsey Coughlin, John Cummin s, Dori D'Alba, Jennie Deazley, Bernard Dombrowski, Wanda Duggan, Mathew 1940 Hickey, Helen Jones, Dorothea Kackas, William Keatin , Mary Kennegy, Cecelia Kilcoyne, William Klawitter, Jerome Klovalcik, Irene Lamm, Hilda Lam ka, Marie Lawlless, Donald 1941 Giglia, Charles Graham, Mary Harmon, Geraldine Krainz, Frances Mace, Beatrice S Macomber, Dorothy McCullor, Mar aret McDonough, Nfargar McLellan, Catherine et Lione, Samuel Magner, Rita Morgan, Theresa Eagin, Rose Mary Kirchme er, Marie Kuntz, lilen Lorich, Irwin Martorana, Sebastian Missert, David Noonan, Margaret O'Connor, Marjorie Liermo, Agapita Martin, Genevieve Ma , Doroth Mcliiaughlin, Wrances Neill, Louise O'Brien, Dolores O'Neill, Mildred Pinto, Patrick Poole, Alvia Quinlan, Anne Ritzinthaler, Mary Mur hy, Jack Noblis, Ruth 0'Connor, Eileen Paulin, Mary Piper, Jeanne Provenzano, Angela Richardson, Margaret Riordan, Rosemary Ryan, Elinor Micherdzinska, Dorothy Muller, Hildred Rydzynski., Albert Schlotzer, Betty Irene Scott John Welch Mclntyre, Marian Rooney, Paul Sikorski, Edward Smith, Rene Smith, Rita Stack, John Syracuse, Josephine agner, Raymond Rossi, Clarina Rost, Carl Rousselle, Archie Ruskowski, Eugene Seitz, Ruth Smith, Catherine Welch, John Wilson, Helene Woepple, Amelia Woepple, Marie Zalkowski, Victoria Scheiner, Betty Shanahan, Virginia Sieroslowski, Irene Sion, Will Studer, Marjorie Suozzi, Angelo Tarantino, Jennie Turcott, Charles Webber, Dolores Graham, Thompson, Granalo, Kackas, Giglia, Cappiello, DeMarchi, Kennelly, Burgasser, Franklin, May, Henry Donnelly Maeom ber, Halem, Gaver, Harmon, Dwyer, Schlolzer, Schreiner, Chmura, McCarlan, Sadroga, Rooney B. Griffin, M. Griffin, Ryan, Burke, Provenzano, Giancarlo, Smith, Dudziak, Liermo, Rilzenlhaler, Lampka, Drew McLaughlin Woeppel, Wilson, Herrmann, Morgan, Foley, Keem, Syracuse, Scoll, Anderson, Boland, Kelly, Piper, Micherdzmska Ftreslone Rouselle N. Ryan, Garner, Quinlan, Bodkin, Frawley, Fix, DiBlasi, Caplin, Ciesielska, 0'Neill, Neill, Hickey, Kilcoyne Cleary Foley Alfano, Richardson, Webber, Collins, 0'Connor, Ernsi, Seilz, Lamm, Gerber, Slack, Poole Heimbueger, Koualcik, Blake, Magner, Samson, Fish, Sieroslawski, D'Alba, Eagin, Rossi, Coughlin, Alexander, Engelhardl Welch Bellreng, M. Piper, Cummings, Flanagan, Dembowski, Meyers, Mace, Ruskowski M ioducki, Brnaecki, Lorig, Wagner, Rosl, Carr, Sikorski, Donley, Suozzi, Pinto, DeScipio, Klawiller, W. Kilcoyne Duggan Tward ,ziak, Pawlowski, Lawless, Leahy, Murphy m .. , 3.1-'un 2nd Row: Scholten, Witte, Mache, Kolossa, Schultz, Wamsley lst Row: Gordinier, Straub, Vogelsang, Fricke UMAW14 Mrs. Herbert J. Vegelsang '28 . . . . . President Miss Henrietta Straub '12 . . Vice-President Miss Dorothy Fricke '36 . .... Secretary Mr. Frederick Schultz '16 . ..... Treasurer Mr. Paul Wamsley '15 . . . . Financial Secretary Mr. Sylvester T. Kolossa '19 . . .... Ex-officio Mr. Ted May '33 Mr. George Schultz '29 Miss Jeanette Wagner '25 Mr. Byron W. Schottin '26 Mr. Damon Witte '36 Mrs. Caroline Gordnier '36, Permanent Alumni Secretary gqaygd Southern Tier Group . . . Miss Irene Curley, Niagara Falls .... . . Mr. Harry Abailev Batavia . . . Mrs. Elsie Petersen, Rochester . . . . Mrs. Della D. Chaffe, 6on,Z'enJf.t M en's Athletics Varsity Basketball Varsity Swimming Soccer Minor Sports Women's Athletics Athletic Association Basketball Swimming Minor Sports 150 152 155 156 158 162 164 165 167 168 Mm ' ,W vc S32 I 1,'-pn.: .. X vugffw V , fag-ui v as in w cQf'0..a'1'l'i3.?ffiff' i 52 Captain Bob Reist 1Williams- villej-forward, 6'1!fi" 155 lb gtfifg Bobb h 1 ted 3' ' . C J 9 ... ...fa .:':..::?P.i..... s:..i.s:: e Q' .gf played in eyery position. He re- .14 oeived Honorable Mention on the U X gl' Q All-State Teachers team in 1936 X and 1938. He captained the Tennis N Q' Z X' N, X team two years. I X 5 Q 9 A O 3 .V 9 359.9 J WJ- KK We ggi 47 O 4 1 V 4' 0 If gp Js bl- 0' .1 . Stan Witmeyer lilffochesterl- 6'3", 170 lb. Center Stan led Buffalo district individual scoring with an average of 11.8. He was named All-State-Teachers center in 1938. He will be available for court duty until his graduation in January A glance at the court performances of the past year reveals that State Teachers College is en'oying competition with the other colleges of recognized' standing and is holding its own. Led b Stan Witmeyer, All-State-Teachers center and Bnifallo District Collegiate scoring ace, the Varsity triumphed over such foes as Grove City College, McMaster Universit , Fredoinia Normal School, Ontario Agri- cultural Ciollege, Geneseo Normal School, Oswego Normal School, and Rochester Atheneum and Mechanics Institute. The latter team was defeated twice in a home-and-home series. Running their latest win streak on the home court to eleven victories, the Orange and Black see an oppor- tunity for next year to surpass a past record of sixteen straight wins at home. This latter record broken by the loss to Niagara University on January 15, 1937. State has lost but two games at home in four years, both to Niagara. JA'-'2"7 J! V Q A gd-rbabg JV? """'gf' 11 Qjzipa ig J it A 94" six' ' li ,I , ff ' it .lamesPe onaffi h t J- d shiny lsr oc es er guar . , 8 lb. A defensive noe, Jimmy has kept down opponent's scorinlgl with his tenacious guard- ing. e has had four years of Basketball and Soccer, which team he captainsd in 1936-7. He was undefeated in Boxi ng and coached the squad three years. A 4...-if -5 .""' i.' E Louis Ross CLackawannaJ-guard 9956" 200 lb An . . outstanding defensive player, Lou has held his "man" to two points or less during two- years on the Varsity, while scoring twenty points against Mechanics at Rochester to average 5.9 points per game. He was given Honorable Mention on the A11- State-Teachers team of 1938. High spots in a season replete with thrills include: Witmeyer's record score of 154 points for the season, including 32 points in a single game against Ontario Aggies. Peronais one-handed hooker which won the Oswego game in a Frank Merriwell finish. Highest scoring record in a single game by the team- 65 points in the season o ' pener agamst Geneseo, later equalled against Ontario. Overtime tie contest ' h wit the Alumni Varsity Club, led by Dave Zwick and Paul Coleman of last years' Varsity. Y?..,,,Q,i -1-.1 ,,.,-- ..,- "'4f- ' 1 A-Q, -.A , . .,.,: Individual scoring honors went to Stan Witmeyer, lanky Rochester pivot man, whose average of 11.8 points per game also placed him in the lead of the district scoring race against men from Nia ara, St. Bonaventure, Canisius, and the University of Buffalo. Captain Bob Reisf, scoring 88 points, took second place on the Varsity with a 6.2 average. Lou Rosa, Sam unieli, Paul Miller, and Jimmy Perona followed in that order. In addition to scoring honors, Stan Witme er placed first team center on the All-State-Teachers Sasketball team sponsored -by the Record in cooperation with other teacher training institutions in the State. Lou Rosa and Bob Reist earned honorable mention positions. Captain Reist, who leaves a record of four years .of stellar activity in every position on the squad, and .lim Perona, outstanding defensive star for his four years at 4 1 ll l a lil r Paul NV. Miller Clluffalol-guard 6', 158 lb. Paul shows great promise of having an outstanding record next season. He was not in action loo long, but scored an average ol' o 4.6 points pcrgame. He was Varsity goa ie on the occer team. State, have played their last games for the Orange and ' ,Ma I - Black. Stan Witmeyer, who graduates in January, will ,We V! ' be counted on to bolster the team in first semester contests. H, R - te Q: Lou Rosa and Bud Miller are expected to Ktake care yt of the guard posts next season, while Sam Munich, also Mr . u ' 5- of the lass 0 1940, gets a regular berth as forward: Ken M , Edmunds is counted on for increased activity ln the future. tb W UC., , The cream of the crop of Freshmen will he fighting hard W f' for Varsity position. V 1 f Steve Safron CBufl'aloj-guard 6', 180 lb. Steve is another man counted on for service as a regular next season, lle has had three years of Soccer, and has participated in The schedule: Tennis and Boxing. State 65, Geneseo 20 State 40, Oswego 38 State 53, Mechanics 31 State 39, Albany 44 State 22, Cortland 45 e Q State 35, Alumni 35 g gg K State 41, Grove City 32 'Z State 33, McMaster 26 srl g. ' State 22, Toronto 43 ' ' T State 65, Ontario Agricultural 46 f X. 'i F r . p State 36, Alleglheny 43 f Y 'f X State 41, Mec anics 29 Q , State 33, Niagara 43 ' State 42, Fre Onm 32 Samuel Munich Clmckawannal- forward 5'9l6", 160 lb. Scotty has virtually cinched a regular position on the varsity next year, due to his brilliant playing and headwork. He was nominated for the All-State- Teacher team in 1938 hy the coach- ing staH' at State. Kenneth Edmunds lBul'falol- forward 6'2", 195 lb. Kenny has Li. 3 Q0mpleDed three years as a Varsity ' player and seems destined for his 'K best work next season. Light- X heavyweight boxing champ of the College, he has been a rampart of fa defense on the Soccer team. 3 V 7 5' f.: .tw xg, 3 Bill Wizeman fPalmyraJ-center ", 185 lb. Bill has played in the t season at various times as a hstitute for Witmeyer. Besides ketball he has had two years of r at State. 5' 5,5 , ' , -"L AI :...1 nl:-" N. "-ii? ti. ' 3 3 . E .f . V lu- ,. 1-'fi 1. , , , j i Harold Rupp CWest Senecal- forward 5'8", 150 lb. Harold saw little activity in his first year on the Varsity but will he expected to show goo form in the next. cam- paign. He formerly captained his Frosh team, and played Reserve Varsity. 4 L4 Providing many interesting preliminary games this season, 'the Frosh team showed an average of .444 for four wins in nine games. Opening the season with an impressive 47-24 win over Gardenville High School, the Statelets followed with two losses, then evened up their average with a 28-25 victory over Hamburg High School. The thriller of the year was the over-time 25-26 loss to the Marine Trust five on the home court. Two wins, by virtue of 2 and 3 points respectively, were responsible for the defeat of Wfadsworth and Gene- see Yvesleyan Seminary. There were high hopes for a victorious season, but two games away from home ended in defeat. Forcshadowing the defeat of the Orange and Black Varsity, an inspired Purple Eaglet swamped the Frosh. Finally the Fredonia Fresh eked out a one point victory. Anthony Dcsei Jio, Lindsay Farnan, Joe Romano, and Charles Turcott, Frosll stars who showed exceptional promise, will he out for arsity positions next season. Other members of the squad include: Angelo Suozzi, Paul Daucher, Bill Sion, Bil ndal, Clayton Kaminska, George Kuhn, Steve Harrison, Warren Helwig, and Bob Potter. my Frosh Schedule Frosh . .,,.. .... . . 47 Gardenville . . 24 Frosh . .... . . . . . 27 - Amherst . . . 32 Frosh . . gl ...... . . 11 Nioirolo . . . 47 Fros . .x. . . . . . . 28 Hamburg . . Q. . 25 Froih . . . ..... . . . . . 25 Marine . . . . . . . 26 Fresh. ....... ..,. . . 23 Wadsworth ..,. . . 21 F rosh ..... .... .... 4 4 ' Genesee Wesley'an . . . 41 F rosh .... ...... .... 3 3 Niagara 'University . . . 56 Froolr ....,... gf. I7 . 14 I Fredonia ..... . . 15 Total. . . ig .H ffgsz Total ................ 287 or ' Af 1 4'- 44,d'lEhi9lfktf3Ff,,frl'Zjj60L'r59' gi? M pg,'i?'7XU and RowrJ.1gza,A.Dosoipio,,dfQj:g' I ' l WIA I t 3?i'31.tE.fiarQ95'3Zio'fZf rfaiiifi M. Schussler lst Bow: A. Suozzi, C. Turcoll, L. Farnan, W. Wizeman, CCoachJ, J. Romano, G.'Kuhr1, R. Potter ESX ofa WW. State's Finshakers enjoyed the best season since swimming was inaugurated four years ago. With the loss of only one varsity man from last year's team, and the addition of Freshmen swimmers to the squad, Coach Saari had a well founded aggregation at the beginning of the season. Beginning early in October, the team was in fine shape for tl1e opening meet against McMaster University. State won handily, 47-28. After the Christmas recess., the swimmin squad traveled to Hamilton, New York to meet Colgate, where they suffered a 55-20 setback. The following meet with Toronto also ended in defeat. However, the next three encounters against Slippery Rock Teachers College, McMaster University, and On- tario Agricultural College found our men on the long end of the score. The last meet of the year against Western Reserve University saw Stateivanquished after a creditable showing. Coach and Captain. Uhro Saari Manager, Albert Kingston LINEUP Uhro Saari 200 yd. Breaststroke, 50 yd. Free Style, Relays Tom Tierney 150 yd. Backstroke, 200 yd. Free Style, Relays Russ Barrgwman 100y.Fe Stl,Rl Jbodaobd Pete McCartai1e y 6 6 ays ' X 220,440 d.F Stl Rl - ,ff- Dave Woodcolisk me ye Gays Jerry Klawitter 50, 440 yd. Free Style 50, 100 yd. Free Style, Rel , Dick Perry 50, 200 yd. Free Style Ross Rowley . 150 yd. Backstroke, 200 yd. Breaststroke Bob Phil i s 200 Breaststroke Howard Sengbusch 220, 440 yd. Free Style Carl Weber Fancy Diving Walter Lare Fancy Diving George Cochern 100 yd. Free Style, 150 yd. Backstroke Bob Borth 200 yd. Free Style Telles Rousselle 50, 200 yd. Free Style 2nd Row: A. Kingston, R. Perry, H. Sengbusch, W. Cochcrn, R. Borlh, D. Woodcock, R. Rowley, P. M cCcu'len, J. Schassar lst Row: W. Lare, R. Phillips, J. Klawiiler, U. Saari fCoachD, T. Tierney, R. Barrowman, C. Weber The 1937-38 swim season found the team smashing pool records at home and afield. When at Hamilton, Ontario, swimming McMaster University, Captain Saari broke the ool record in the 100 yard breast- stroke. Pete McCartan broke the pool record in the 440 yard free style, and Tom Tierney lowered the record for the backstroke event. The medley relay team of Tierney, Saari, and Barrowman shattered the old mark in that event. Summ State State State State State State State Total ary 47 20 26 46 51 46 24 of Season McMaster 28 Colgate 55 Toronto 48 Slip ery Rock 29 Mclslaster 24 Ontario Agriculture College 20 Western Reserves 51 260 Opponents 255 at Buffalo . at Hamilton, N. Y at Buffalo at Buffalo at Hamilton, - at Buffalo '-at Buffalo Ont MZ' Soccer reached the peak of its career in State sports annals. During the 1937 season the Orange and Black hooters slipped through their largest schedule to three victories, one tie, and only one loss. Lacking the services of many players lost through graduation, and with Captain Crede Hagerty, former captain Jimmy Perona, and Ray Porter as the only regu- lars back to form the nucleus of the team, Coach Coyer whipped together a working outfit composed of letter men and new comers, in the short period of two weeks. Paul Miller, playing his first year of soccer, performed well at the goal. Dave Strebe and Ken Edmunds worked splendidly together at full back. At half back, aiding Jimmy Perona, were Lou Rosa and Howie Flierl. Joe Romano, at center forward, was flanked on the left by Crede Hagerty and Dave Missert, and on the right by Ray Porter and Jack Piatak. Of the above regular starting lineup Miller and Rosa were playing their first season of soccer. Bob Potter, the other Freshman on the team in addition 'to Romano, saw frequent service as general utility man on the forward line, as did also both of the Finn boys, ,lack and Hal. Don Clark and Sebas Martorana shared in the action throughout the season. In the opening game, the superiority of the Cortland Normal team and the inability of new State men to play a unified game was evident by the 3-1 score. Against Allegheny, the State Mudders broke into the win column with a 3-1 victory as Hagerty dented the net twice and Romano once. In making their first and only "home" appearance, Coach Coycr's men shaded the famous Colgate team 1-0 with Hagerty scoring again. Fine spirit was shown in this game both by the players and the College turnout. Slippery Rock State Teachers College from Pennsyl- vania was next victim. The game resulted in the score of 2-0 with Hagerty and Missert scoring one each. McMaster University almost upset the State apple cart in the final game by keeping a 3-1 lead up to the last five minutes, when Joe Romano broke through with two more goals, which, added to his one score in the second period, and evened the score at 3 all. State gained further recognition in the intercollegiate circles when, for the first time, it had three players- Jimmy Perona, Ray Porter, and Crede Hagerty-mem tioned as outstanding soccer men for their college during the 1936 season. B.S.T.C. is rapidly carving itself a niche in the Intercollegiate Soccer Hall of Fame. A complete half-back line and a wing will be lost through graduation: Jimmie Perona, four years stalwart of the center half' position, and captain of this year's squad, Howie Flierl, regular half-back, George Bligh, second string half-back, and Hal Finn, second string wing. An innovation has been worked out at State in con- ducting cross country with Soccer. The plan has been to have the cross country runs start at the same time as the soccer games, so that the hill-and-dale-ers will be back before the soccer game is finished. s. ,-,..4-"" Athletic Director Coyer gave cross country a good start this last season by having the Cross country men running two meets during home games on Neumann Field. This proved to be a whorthwhile venture. Whenever it can be fitted into the schedule, the cross country team will travel with the soccer squad. This he has been able to do thus far for next season with McMaster University, Slippery Rock State Teachers College, and Alleghany College. ' ' 1938 Complete Soccer Schedule Sat. Oct. 1 Oswego Normal here Wed. Oct. 5 Cortland Normal here Sat. Oct. 5 Colgate University here Fri. Oct. 14 Slippery Rock State Teachers College away Sat. Oct. 22 Alleghany College here Wed. Oct. 26 Oberlin College here Coach . . . Hubert E. Coyer Captain . . Crede Hagerty, '39 Manager . . . . Albert Kingston, '39 Ass't Mgr.. ,Q .... . . . . Jack Curry, '40 fx- 'W aw-lb NJMQSUQQ. J wa Q ' . Ji' 4. I 31 spd Aj , ,Q Q. 3rd Row: 2nd Row: lst Row: 1937 Saccm .Schedule Oct. 2 ................. at Cortland STC 1-Cortland Normal 3 Oct. 6 . .......... at Meadville, Pa. STC 3-Allegheny 1 Oct. 16 . ...,.. at Buffalo CAlumni Fieldj STC 1-Colgate 0 Oct. 22 . ......... at Buffalo CBemo Fieldj STC 2-Slippery Rock 0 Oct. 27 . ........ at Buffalo fBemo Fieldj STC 3-McMaster 3 STC 10-Opponents 7 Won 3 Lost 1 Tied 1 R. Poller, J. Curran, H. Coyer, A. K ingslon, S. Marlorana J. Finn, L. Rosa, W. Wizeman, P. Miller, K. Edmunds, D. Strebe, S. Safran G. Bligh, H. Finn, D. M isserl, R. Porter, C. Hagerty CCaplainJ, J. Perona J. Romano, H. Flierl, J. Piatak w1ll31Q' ' ' W P Brown, mgr. Cinseij, A. Ekes, ass'i mgr. Cinseij 2nd Row: E. Zasada, W. Duggan, J. Branieki, J. 1sLRow: J. Hummel, W. Kackus, R. Ast, N. w G Wujek, E. Sikorski Voghl, J. Kinzie With an increase in Blanket Tax appropriations for athletics and in answer to the persistent' demand of the students, the Athletic Association made the first move in expanding the sports program by putting cross country on a varsity basis. In spite of obstacles prevalent in making newyentures, this ste proved to be' a wise one. Of all the candidates, there were few with revious running experience. Captain Ray Ast, who had, ained laurels in intergelass runs, and Nel Voght, all-High from Bennett, formed the backbone of the team. Lanky J ack Hammel, in his first season, developed into a harrier who ggaced third on the Orange and Black. John Wuzek, Mat uggan, Joe Kinzie, and .lohn Branicki helped to bolster the scoring strength. Ed Sikorski, Bill Kackas, and Erny Zasada showed satisfactorily with the others to predict greater thinlgs in future teams. It was ractica y a group of novices who, one Friday afternoon, October 15, journeyed to Fredonia to defeat the Normal School team by a 30-27 margin as Ray Ast and Nel Voght coasted into a dead beat. A week later, in a return match on a local course., Nel Voght ste ped out ahead to lead the Orange and Black to a 31-26p victory. With the experience gained in these initial runs, the team seemed destined to great heights. But in the final meet of the season, the statesmen suffered a 16-20 defeat as the hill and dalers from McMaster University ran here to place men in 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th positions, to the Ghea .feacfewi Rah, Rah, Rah ...... Overwhelming expression of spirit was manifested when sixteen recruits turned out for the position of cheer leader. Through a process of elimination, Fred Rubens dwindled the squad down to the five most agile and best aliiied persons. This s ad, composed of Seymour Slclmmers, Clifford Borth, ilillelen Bala, Archie Rousselle and Fred Rubens, has seen as successful a season as State has had in recent years. The best cheering of the year was witnessed at the Mechanics game in Rochester when the cheer leaders, for the first timegfully eqhuipped with sweaters and megaphone, "brought downthe ousef' Latest ideas in cheering, according to Rubens, call for a possible cheering section and a tumbling team. Slanding: F. Rubens, H. Bala, A. Houselle Kneeling: C. Barth, S. Summers 2nd, 4th, 6th, and 8th State men, and took team Finlayson, the individual victor, outsprinted in the final stretch to establish a course record of 21 Scoring in cross country is based on the position the finishers. The man linishing first scores one point his teamg second scores twog third scores three, etc. O1 the first five men for each team are included in the scori The team scoring the lowest number of aggregate poii is the winner. This method was used in all of the comps tions of the Locals exce t against McMaster when ' Canadian-favored method of counting only the first il was worked. Five miles is the oificial distance of the 1 .C. 4-A 2 10,000 meters 161A milesl is the standard for the Nation A. A. U. championship. State- competed over a 3.6 II local course. Not so very long a o intercollegiate harri traveled a seven mile distance. ligavored with a little ti and not losing any men through graduation, the team v head toward greater things next season. Captain .................. Ray 1 Mana er . . . . . Perry Bro Ass't iflgr. ............... Tony El Oct. 15 . . . State 27-Fredonia 30 . . at Oct. 22 . . . State 26-Fredonia 31 . . . at Oct. 27 . . . State 20-McMaster 16 . . .V ' 791' - , .' w it-T ., V 'L-11-gf f f State's niblick wielders, under the su ervision of Mr. Vail, -are .a ain o eninv the , P S P e se on. Matches are forthcoming with the University of Buffalo and University of ' gara. Members ofthe squad are Sam Carr, Michail Feniello, Bob Flanigan, Carl M. .M We X51 tit 'HMM Rost, Bill Glasgow, Bernard Deazley, Jerry Klawitter, Fred Neuschel, and Irv Fuhrmann. Gordon Derner has been appointed manager. i According to latest reports, there is some fine material among the golfers. . WW x Back Row: G. Derner Cmgr.J, S. Carr, W. Glasglow, I. Fuhrman, C. Rosi, Mr. Vail Qcoachl Front Row: J. Kbzwilter, B. Deazley CcapLJ, F. Neuschel, M. Fenello, R. Flanigan lv 3 ' v fy lah' 3 if to all lxiwm 9 Q11 B kR :A.M'hl'C hJ,L.Co,R. 0 X, 'J' ,fo . 47 XX ac ow Wagnelii, llfilglifr Cacling czptl, ai. GX Qi D S4060 Vomqh "' ' Q E. Sikorski, A. Sadroga Cmgr.J f QAM qma- ob Front Row: D. Cooke, C, Ross, J. Digesaro, vi 4' X f oxdxo G. Kirch, H. Steffen xo as After a lapse of one year, State expects to place a strong, formidable team in the ranks of inter-collegiate tennis competition. Art Michlin, a former racquet wielder of State, has been chosen to coach tennis for 37-38. He in turn has selected the following players to represent State on the tennis court: George Kinch, Cavid Cooke, Bud Miller, Harold Steffen, Charles Ross, Joe Digesaro, John Cox, Ray Wagner, and Ed Sikorski. Each of these men has at least two years of tennis competition behind him. Al Sudroza was chosen as manager. State will meet the following colleges in intercol- legiate competition: University of Buffalo, University of Niagara, University of Rochester, and Fredonia. 3rd Row: Borth, Leslie, Pritch- ard, Barrowman, Safran, Helwig, DiMarchi, Wujek, Zollitch, McCartin 2nd Row: Wovkulich, L. Camp- bell, Porter, Welch, Tierney, Turcott lst Row: Glaser, Santo. Potter, Strunk, Kaminska, Annabelle, Kuhn, Descipto, Krylo, Sion Perona, Walsh Boxing has been commanding much attention in State"s Intra- Mural program. At the beginning of the '36-'37 season candidates reporte to Coach Jim Perona for instruction in the manly art of se f-defense. After weeks of diligent practice, the candidates entered the annual Golden Gloves Tournament. The following students were the title holders: Champion Class Runner-up Lawrence Campbell ..... Bantamweight .... .... M ike Wovkulich William Curran ........ Featherweight .... . . .Al Kin ston Tom Tierney ....... 1 . . .Lightweight .... .... S abe Nfartorana Russell Barrowman ..... Welterweight. . . .... Hub Zollitsch 9 Michael Fenello ........ Middleweight .......... John Stack Ken Edmunds ......... Light Heavyweight .... .John Schassar J ack Walsh ..... . ...... Heavyweight .......... Fran Conrad Concerning the most thrilling bouts, the one between Mike Feniello and John Stack developed into a "slu fest". They were so evenly matched that each fighter found himself wavering on his feet at one time or another. Feniello gained the decision only be- cause his punches found the mark more frequently. Jim Perona again coached boxing for the '37- 38 College ear. As the Elms went to press sixty-five men had turned out to fim's call. According to Jim it was to be the "best season ever", with many new champs. Holding a monopoly on entries, the Frosh class swamped the field in the annual two mile inter-class cross-country chase around Delaware Park, November 17, to cop team honors. McNerney, Romano, Galembo, Santo, and Porter finished in that order for the score of the first five yearlings. Ray Porter, lone Sophomore entry, was individual winner. Jack Piatak, Junior, and Dan McNerney, Freshman, came in second and third respectively. The wet, muddy, windblown course offered no possibility for breaking the old course record of 10:09. SOCOM Intramural Soccer again proved itself a worthwhile fall sport for the men with about 200 students, at some time, during the fall months, participating in the game. This perhaps has been given the proper attention because now all the men enrolled, in the Health classes are required to purchase complete Soccer equipment and learn the game as part of their regular class work. The enthusiasm with which these new men entered into things is witnessed by the fact that often many would appear on the field to play even at times when their classes were not scheduled to be there and playing even until dusk. The two Soccer fields have always been the scene of great activity and have been productive of developing good material for not only the varsity but inter-class competition. Each class now for the past two seasons has been duly represented by a class team that has fought stren- uously for' the annual inter-class Soccer championship. Outstanding in this regard have been the teams from the Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior classes. The play-offs revolved around these three teams and with each class using plenty of substitutes to strengthen their advantage. A unique feature of the Inter-class matches this past year was the use of student coaches by Mr. Coyer with the result that each team not only received definite coaching but a leadership was established making for both better play and valuable experience for the student coaches. The strategy and skill of the student coaclies were well tested in the final games when the Juniors, because of their skill and experience, were able to eliminate the Freshmen in the final game thereby winning the Inter-class championship. The quality of play displayed speaks not only well for the way the Various players were taught but also predicts much for the qua ity of varsity teams we can expect in the future' 3 Intra-mural basketball champions are the General Seniors, who won over the Gen- eral Sophomores in a post-season play-off game 30-29, to capture their second title in class basketball. They were class winners in 1935-1936. Intra-mural Manager Hal Finn played with the title holders and was chosen on the All-Star Team, made up of men who were believed best fitted in their play. The All-Star team included Hal Finn and Frances Siemankowski, forwards, Anthony LaBue, centerg Paul Eberman and Charles Ross, guards. On the second team were chosen Jack Finn, and Gunnar Lindstrom, forwards, Charles Golibersuch, center, Jack Piatak and Herb Zollitch, guards. 'Lia wi D-if' Cvrru 0 way 4:oQQfav Qt Q90 Wawhef PhtWP9lNl1" Col Wai. gush' gow tw- . NU: HM vavalo? Miss seawa- Presidellt . . .... George Bligh Vice-President . . Josephine Phillippi Treasurer .,.. , , , Jack Walsh Class Representatives: Senior: Betty Bowery Harold Finn Bob Cunningham Evelyn Studier Junior: Crede Hagerty Dave Missert Margery Mason William Wizeman Sophomore: Helen Bokus Ray Porter Arlueen Carman Tom Tierney Freshmen: Marjorie Duthie Joseph Romano Robert Potter Tom Smith Without much ado, the Athletic Association goes on quietly during each College year formulating policies: discussing activities, and passing judgment in order that the sports program may be at all times carried out with success. Various duties belong to the Association, a few of which are: conducting tournaments, planning intro- mural games for the various activities, carrying out a hospitality program for visiting teams, and deciding on the appropriations for the different sports in the physical education department. This year, with the increase in the blanket tax, the latter duty called for many meetings and decisions. The 31.00 raise in the blanket tax made possible many innovations, enlarged schedules, and improvements in sports. The Association was able to buy for the College a toboggon and more general game equipment including badminton racquets and birds. The additional money also made possible in increased swimming program, an in- creased soceer as well as an increased basketball schedule. New impetus was given to track, golf, and tennis. The greater benefits derived by the students have seemed to justify the additional money. ,A .air I f ,V --V l - t ., -4,-,..- - '- 'A ga. . --.-.--.v im L'-, . .,. Liang: V' Back Row: Front Row: . .N M, 4-.-.... , . Evelyn Toby, V. Agle, I. V Mummerl, M. Hollenbeck, J. . Phillippi, R. Smith V. Butler, M. Dreger, J. Colby, 0 0 D- H- M- M- - eluafz. ecund. Sanborn At the end of each basketball season, team members vote to choose their best players to represent their section on an All-Class team. There follows an All-Soph-All-Frosh game and an All-Junior-AIL Senior game. The winners of these two play each other for the final class championship. When a player has been elected to an All-Class team for three years in succession, she receives the highest insignia given for sports to State women-a gold basketball and a certificate. Because of the large number of participants and the excellent playing this year, the All-Class teams were somewhat larger than it has been customary to have them. The All-Freshman team is as follows: Helen Bala, ,lean Barber, Elsie Barr, Jean Brown, Mary Buechner, Jean Chad, Katherine Cole, Grace Calkins, Frances Epstein, Anne Gould, Dorothy Macomber, and Betty .lane Smith. Sophomores picked the following for their All-Soph team: Esther Becker, Laura Fisher, ,lean Flecken- stein, Doreen Cuthrie, June Halton, Dorothy Johnston, Vera Kinsley, Katherine Kniffen, Margaret Miller, and Patrina Militello. Viola Agle, Virginia Butler, Dorothea Burton, ,lane Colby, Marjorie Hollenbeck, Josephine Phillippi, Margaret Sanborn, and Evelyn Toby were picked to make.up the All-Senior team. Because of the large number of Juniors away practice Teaching, it was impossible to pick an All- Iunior team. Such stars as Mary Dobony, Margaret F elsinger, Betty Merrill, and June Doyle deserve mention. In the first game of the All-class series, the All-Sophs defeated the All-Frosh in one of the fastest games on the floor. Perhaps if the Home Ec. trio of forwards had played instead of the newly organized group, the game would have been still faster. Because of the lack of an All-Junior team, there were only two games played in the All-Class series. The second was that of All-Sophs vs. All-Seniors. All-Seniors won by the score of 17-20 after a hard, fast game: The All-Seniors deserve much credit for the fine spirit in which they turned out, though not in as great numbers as the other groups, to articipate in the tournament. It is not every year that so much en- thusiasm is worked u among the gradliiating group. They have been, however, duly rewarded. They leave the College with the .Eli-Class championship. All classes bowed tb the mighty Seniors. E 1" H ...H . F'1yy'C,W 1 ' u113rlE'EE :fa 'Have '- 4 'li 'lf' :si..fif?':i'i" 'i ' 3rd How: 2nd Row: lst Row: Q 0 -as B. Smith, D.Macomber, F. Epslein, M. Bueckner, J. Brown, K. Cole, A. Gould J. Halton, D. Gulhrie, J. Fleck- slein, L. Fisher, P. Milliiello, K. Knijfin, E. Becker H. Bula, E. Barr, J. Chad, V, Kinsley, G. Calkins, J. Barber 4 -S 7mm As a major women's sport, basketball attracts a larger following than any other activity offered. This year has seen the largest basketball tournament ever held on campus. A total of eighteen section teams participated in thirty-seven games. As each section lost two games, it was automatically dropped from the tournament. The teams continued playing until one section was declared inter-section winner. This year the inter-section winner was the Freshmen Home Economics group. According to all reports these women played as brilliant a set of games as has ever been seen, winning all their tournament games, and even managing to defeat Sophomore Section IV, which has had an undefeated record for the past two years. This latter was one of the best games of the season. The Sophs were defending their title, and Freshmen Home Ec'ers were out to win this year's title. The tussle was a hard one. It ended in a sad defeat for the Sophomores to the score of 21-7. Barber, Berry, and Gould, the Home Ee. trio of forwards, had a system worked out by which they were almost assured of victory. If this trio is together again next year, all sections will have their hands full. According to Miss Houston, the Home Ee. Section was one of the finest Freshmen section basketball teams ever to play here and the hardest to beat. f Sophomores who deserve mention because of the opposition they put up in the play-off game are Mary Martin, Vera Kinsey, Marian Passage, and Pat Militello. In the final game of the season, which was a battle between the Home Ee. Freshmen, inter-section champs, and the All-Seniors, winners of the All-Class tournament, the Home Ec. Freshmen met with their first and only defeat. The All-Seniors swamped the Home Ee. group by the score of 30-16. Helen Field's scoring was too much .for the three Home Ec. forwards. D Other sections who ran far into the inter-section tournament were Freshman Section I, Freshman Section IV, and Freshman Section II. Juniors would also have placed high, had not their term of practice- teaching interfered with their splendid beginning. X 1 i Back Row: D. 0'Brien, E. Cage, E. Smith, Miss Talcoll, J. Ludwig, R. Vogel, J. Adams Front Row: G. Harmon, H. Woodhouse, E. Lockwood, B. Merrill, M. Duihie, V. Coho, E. Gordon, E. Epstein College swimming classes are divided into three groups-beginners, and advanced. For the advanced group, The National Red Cross Life Saving group has been organized and meets weekly. . In addition to this, a voluntary swimming club named the "Hudorites", which is a Greek word applied to those who "desport"' themselves in water, has been formed. Although devoting most of their time to formation swim- 'ming, the Hudorites will enter the annual swimming meet which each year offers challenges in a number of various events. t Being endowed with such swimmers as Betty Merrill, Marjorie Duthie, Virginia Coho, and many others who excel in the pool, the swimming club has bright hopes for the future. 2nd Row: V. Baldwin, D. An- derson, H. Bokus, B. Baldwin lst Row: M. Kreger, K. Wass, E. Toby, G. Schambcr Widening interest in the annual tennis tournaments held each fall comes as a result of continual increase in skilled players. The tournaments played in the last two years have been unsurpassed in the history of the College. Kathryn Wass, General Senior, won the tennis championship for 37-38. Before the end of the year she will have played a final set with Helen Bokus, winner of 36-37, to defend her title. The matches between these two women have been outstanding. Their play-off games have excelled any tennis matches witnessed at State. With the graduation of Miss Wass, Helen Bokus, Sophomore Art student, will be leading the tennis group. Whether there will be new material to give her as much of a challenge as Kay Wass did, cannot be determined at this time. The expertness of some of the players, however, does not make for lack of enthusiasm in the tournament among the average racquet swingers. There always has been a place in the contest for all groups, even the beginners have been encouraged to enter. M. SWA... B As a contrast to late Spring's table tennis tournament, the early Spring brings badminton. The popularity of badminton is not surprising since the player need not be an expert to enjoy the game. Badminton is also an excellent devise for figure discipline. This latter attracts many female enthusiasts. Freshmen have preliminary instructions in badminton during their Health Education periods. As they come u throu h the classes, the are encoura ed to kee u the ame and enter the annual tournaments. P S Y S P P E The 36-37 tournament, consisting of a women's doubles and a mixed doubles contest, included such Stars as Mar- garet Noonan, Don Clark, Paul Hirseman, Bill Neumann, and Paul Eberman. '7aAk '7enma Late in the Spring of the year, the table tennis enthusiasts run their own annual tournament. Even with the restriction that each player bring his own ball if he wishes to play, the tables in the Recreation Room are in constant use. Several men of the College have formed an unofficial team which has met with such rival teams as the Univer- sity of Bulfalo. ' It is hoped that with the aid of such former high school stars as Edith and Sylvia Levin, Frances Epstein, and Dick Gibbons, an ofhcial table tennis team to hold annual contests will be formed. Q i'l ,,,,,, , L E b s i W l x Y P W .,-Q-v .qv Qvi' Q, 9 , 9 4 if 'K r ,4,,,,'5"f-'H fx 'Q 'v 1? A Q5 , . 2 I2 5 5 445b7 ?EEfilb1 DIIIZISI4 VI8 I9 zo o 5-2 44 6 2 4 i 30 27 6 U I ,8's L I5 89 2 H' gg IZZ QQ 4 2 J 29 SO 6 1 4 5 7 Z I4 I5 H2391 'II I2 I5 kmikwikmmw Eirliifiiiifii -27 30 M 5 5 3 4 5 o vae I0 II :MEM IO Il I2 IS ISIIS no I7 I8 IQMZI Q I7. I8 I9 zo zz zz 24 25 2652528 :om X Q m S -29 5i . I ' I .xiii x 1 Y? 1 I 1 I A ' 1 M! f t A : 5 , FA, ' . 'Vf Ol N X ff Wi g' ' Wie? 1 ,,.1-2, 1 in FRA CI CUMM - 5 .': Kgs A S' MAY QUEE --1958 v kv W f - L T I Te S STUDENT ap Govt - 0 Q9 Gxec ION OF- TH? JQED gjflv Nl :C X 'fi-. Q X7 05659 N EW CROSS swuneur GOV? ' Q find 1:1111 FI- : M Y l SKQQQX eff v"'o'-",,v" vo w 2 f' 'LJ JG, DR. ROCRWELLS DREA M W gqNlOh5 SING M D S C56-x37'38 f Um-110--IM-11040 514452 141 ,?"?ym Q . 415 A f ,M . Fsqz' fl . '57 ,-., .1 1 un ,, QW V522 L-N, ,145 g, W B. S., A. M. B. S., A. M. Albright, Robert E. Aggigtant Director of Bradley, Charles B. Bruce, Homer A. Professor of A. B., A. M., PH. D. Training B. S. LI, B. S., A. M. Home Economics Professor of Sociology Assistant Principal of the Professor of Instructor in Education Head of Department Di!-'CCTLOI' of EXtCIlSi0I1 School of Practice Art Education Phi Delta Kappa Phi Upsilon Omicron Allen, Grace A. Caudell, Myrtle V. B. S., M. S. Director of Practice House Omicron Nu Phi-Kappa Phi Clark, Velma B. Coyer, Hubert E. Crayton, Sherman G. Czurles, Stanley A. Dana, Marion P. B. P. E., Ed. M. A. B., A. M., PH. D. B. F. A. B. S., A. M. Instructor in Professor of Education Instructor in Art Instructor in Education Health Education and Phi Delta Kappa Sigma Chi Alpha Coach Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma Delta Phi Gemmill, Anna M. B. s., A. M., PH. D. G005SCl1, Mina S- Ebcrt, Reuben S. - Assistant Professor of B- 0- E-, A- M- B, ED., A, M, Fontana, John Science Instructor in English Instructorin Mathematics A. M., B. S. Head of Department Dl'8l11l1tiCB Kappa Delta Pi Instructor in Mechanics Kappa Delta Pi Phi KBPPB Phi Grahau, Andrew W. Hirsch, Irene Hepinstall, Frances G. Hertzberg, Oscar E. , B. S., A. M. B. S., A. M. B. S. in Lihrary.Science A. B., A. M., PH. D. Instructor in English Instructor in Education Head Librarian Professor of Psychology Kappa Delta Pi Phi Kappa Phi Head of Department Director of Research A Phi Delta Kappa yr.: Houston, Ruth E. A. B., A. M. Keever., Faye u B. S., A. M. I'IOdgeI1, David R. p Professor of Instructor in Clothing Carolyn W. A, B,, A, M, Health Educatign Hurd, Edna W. Pi Lambda Theta B. S., A. M. Instructor in English Head of Department , B. M. Omicron Nu Instructor in Art Tau Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Epsilon Instructor in Music Phi Upsilon Omicron lLadd, Evadne M. McCoy, Jane Baker Instructor in French B. A. . School of Practice fActingD Assistant Librarian 'VIessner, Charles A. AA, B, A, M., PH, D, Morriee, Edward L. Professor of Latin B. S. Head of Department Instructor in Methods and Phi Beta Kappa Practice Teaching MSMahon, Mary Louise McGinnis, Esther B. S., M. S., PH. D. Professor of Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron Psi Chi Omicron Nu Phi Lambda Theta B. S., A. M. Instructor in Music Mulholland, Eileen B. PH., M. A. Nye, May C. Assistant Professor of A. B., A. M. English Instructor in Foods Palmer, Ruth B. S., M. S. ructor in Foods Omicron Nu Pi Lambda Theta Perkins, Irving C. B. S., A. M. Professor of Vocational Education Head of Department Peterson, Harold F. Phillippi, Joseph F. A. B., A. M., PH. D. A. B., A. M. Instructor in Professor of Mathematics Economics and History Head of Department Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Upsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon Meshke, Edna B. S., A. M. Instructor in Home Economics Teacher Trainin , Pi Lambda Tieta Kappa Delta Pi Omicron Nu Phi Upsilon Omicron l Root, Charles C. Pugsley. Chester A- Pd. B., Pd. M., A. B. Pfam Martha 5- B. A., A. M., D. ED. A. M. B. S., A. M. Professor of Elementary Quackenhushv Quayle, Margaret S- Professor of Education Assistant professor of School Administration Ggorgg M, A. DG A' M., PH. D. Head of Department Home Economics Teacher P"nC'1',1LfflfTZh00l of B. S., A. M. Assistant Professor of . Sugglitggsfgon Training Kap a Della pi Assistant Professor of Education Kap a Delia Pi Phi Upsilon Omicron Phi lgelta Kappa Vocational Organization Kappa Delta Pi Phikelta Kappa iii' Ki Roudcbush, Alma R. Salom, Winifred Sloan, Paul W. Speir, Ruth E. Steel, Harry J. B. S., A. hi. B. S., A. M. A. B., A. M., PH. D. Assistant Professor of B. S., A. M. Instructor in Clothing Instructor in Professor of Education Music Director of Training Phi Upsilon Omicron Health Education Phi Delta Kappa Head of Department Professor of Education Oxnicron Nu Psi Nu Sigma Kappa Delta Pi Phi Delta Kappa Pi Lambda Theta Thurber, John M. A. B., PH. D. Professor of English Head of Department Vail, Charles A. Viele, Grace Weber, Walter B. Phi Beta Kappa B. S., A. M. B. L. VB. S., ED. Sigma Upsilon Instructor in Science Reference Librarian Instructor in Electricity Whittemore, Wilder, Florence H. Katheryne B. S: TIIOIIIHS Acting Instructor in Art A. B., A. M., PH. D. Assistant Professor of I Geography Wofford, Kate V. Chew, Margaret S A. B., A. M., PH. D. B, S., M, S, Rfgfiggggazfon Acting Instructor in Head of Department Ge0g1'aPhY ' Pi Lambda Theta School of Practice Pi Gamma Nu Kappa Delta Pi .'. D Ganey, Hertlia S. A. B., A. M. Instructor in English and Latin School of Practice Pi Lambda Theta Johnson, Harry C. B. s., A. M. Knapp. Inez M- Gover, Eleanor. M. Jamison, Mary L. Instructor in B. S., A. M. B. S. in ED., A. M. B. S., A. M. Mathematics and Science Instructor in Instructor in Fifth Grade Kindergarten Instructor School of Practice Fourth Grade School of Practice - School of Practice Ph Delta Kappa School of Practice -Vletz, Martha G. Roach, Gertrude E. Roehsler, Theresa A. A Stockberger, Ackerman, B. s.,A. M. B. s., A. M. B. s.,A. M. Marguerite Aleen Beyer Itructor in First Grade Instructor in Instructor in A. B., A- M. A. B. School of Practice Health Education Second Grade Instructor in History and Assistant in Extension School of Practice Social Studies Department School of Practice SU-'dem Aid Director Pi Lambda Theta . A ' Clark, Marion A. ' lBlatt, Hazel S. ' H Curtin, Harry W. A. B. B. S. A Superintendent of Phi B618 KHPPH Dolberg, Berdena C. Stenographer Buildings and Grounds Financial Secretary Stenographer ntana, Mary R. B. S. ager of the Bookstore Fornes, Rosemary Gordnier, Graham, Kathryn S. Stenographer Caroline Kinsey Sfenographer B. S. Alumni and Placement Secretary Hansen, Ethel M. H. Kidney, Isebel Houck R. N. A. B. Louchren, Agnes H. College Nurse Registrar Stenographer May, Mary M. Moehlau, Charlot Onody, Amalia L. A. B. B. S. B. S. Stenographer Assistant Manager of the Assistant Registrar - Bookstore Abate, Rosamond Olief Fretz, Raymond M. Shoemaker, Muriel S. B. S. Assistant Librarian QOn Leave 1937-381 Ayers, Marion F. R. N. Assistant College Nurse Chapman, Luella Instructor in Penmanship and English COn Leave 19381 Decker, George C. B. S., M. A. Instructor in Wood Working Phi Delta Kappa Epsilon Pi Tau De Mond, Robert O. A. B., A. M. Professor of History Head of Department DiAddario, Jane L. Stenographer Dupre, Margaret B. S., A. M. Instructor in Science Englebreck, Helen G. A. B., A. M. Instructor in History Kappa Delta Pi B. S., A. M. Assistant Professor of Science Acting Dean of Men Nu Pi Grant, Margaret A. B. S. Instructor in Home Economics Teacher Training Gilbert, Mabel B. Cafeteria Director Huckins, George E. Instructor in Printing McLean, Ruth A. B., A. M. Instructor in Art 0'Rei1ly, Stella B. S. Instructor in Sixth Grade School of Practice Kappa Delta Pi Peek, Ruby A. B. S., M. S. Instructor in Art fOn Leave 1937-389 Roesser, Harold J. B. S., M. S. Instructor in Science Sipp, Mildred L. B. S., A. M. Assistant Professor Home Economics Teacher Training B. E., A. M. Instructor in Third Grade School of Practice Delta Phi Upsilon Phi Omega Pi Svec, M. Melvina A. B., A. M. Instructor in Geography School of Practice- f0n Leave 1937-383 Agnitch, Agnes Instructor in Third Grade School 52 Ballard, Grace B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Fourth Grade School 52 Clogston, Thelma B. S. Instructor in Second Grade School 52 Darker, Mary E. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in First Grade School 52 Denecke, Lena S. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Fifth Grade School 52 Doe, Mary J. Instructor in Fourth Grade School 52 Dohrman, Viola M. B. S. in Ed. . Instructor in Sixth Grade School 52 Durney, M. Josephine B. S. Instructor in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Gardner, Edna R. Instructor in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Gates, Ruth M. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Fourth Grade School 52 Gielow, Lina B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Haskill, Georgina B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Third Grade School 52 Matson, Elizabeth D. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Mockler, Ellen C. . B. A. Instructor in Second Grade School S2 Moore, Charlotte M. Instructor' in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Roberts, Mary H. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Fifth Grade School 52 Rudell, France M. Instructor in First Grade School 52 Shaw, Edna M. Instructor in Kindergarten School 52 Stanley, Katheryn M. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Seventh and Eighth Grade School 52 Wakeman, Marion R. B. S. in Ed. Instructor in Sixth Grade School 52 it A Abel, Thelma 73 Ackerman, Mrs. Aleen Beyer 183 Ackroyd, Fern L. 63, 111-1, 143 Aequard, Alice 144 Adams, Jane 68, 167, 124 A le, Viola 30, 32, 85, 117, 132, 141,165 Aiern, Isabelle M. 68, 143 Ai er, Marjorie 73 Aliiiechtson, Kathryn 63, 105 Albright, Lillian H. 63, 93, 113 Albright, Dr. Robert E. 180 Albright, Ruth 72, 73, 126, 127 Alexander, F ranciss 68, 147 Alfano, Concetta 129, 147 Allen, Miss Grace A. 180 Alt, E. 125 Alpha 80 Alpha Sigma Alpha 94 Alpha Sigma Tau 96 Alt, Fern A. 68, 125, 129, 135, 141 Alumni Assoc. 148 Ambellan, Charles H. 73 Andersen, Betty 73, 145, 132 Anderson, Doris R. 63, 95, 142, 143 Anderson, Edna 73, 144 Anderson, Helen E. 68, 124 Anderson, Inez D. 130 Anderson, Sally M. 128, 147 Art Ed Club 135 Art Kraft Klub 131 Ash ,Thomas C. 68, 99, 117, 131, 11132, 137 Ashley, Yvonne 63, 113, 124, 126, 127, 130. 143 Ast, Raymond J., Jr. 62, 63, 99, 121 Athletic Association 164 Atkins, William J. 63, 98, 99, 137 Avery, Rosemary 73 Axlerod, Harold D. 132, 146 Babcock, Stanley J. 32 Backus, Louine M. 32 Bailey, Helen A. 68, 143 Baker, Robert E. 63, 85, 89, 111, 126, 127, 130, 137 Bala, Helen 73 Baldwin, Betty 126, 127, 130, 144 Baldwin, Ellsworth 68, 99, 123. 126, 127 Baldwin, Eva A. 73 Baldwin, Joanne 144 Baldwin, Velma 32, 144 Ball, Charles E. 137 A Ballagh, Amy 63, 97, 98, 139 Baltz, Winifred 146 Ban ert, Alice Louise 63, 109 Baneoski, Liocadia 32 Barber, Betty F. 68, 87, 95, 132, 117 Barber, Jean 73, 126, 127 Barker, Jeanette E. 63, 109, 139 Barker, Joy 73 Barker, A. Marie 73 Barnes, Ramona M. 73, 128 Barr, Elsie 73 Barrett, Jessamine 68, 105, 131, 132 Barrowman, Russell 63, 99, 137, 160 Baruch, Samuel 68 Battaglia, Nicholas 63 Batze l, Dorothy M. 73, 132, 144 gaumanklane 32585 axter, athryn 7 Beardele , Lucille M. 132 Becker, Esther 68, 141, 143 . Becker, Ruby E. 73, 128, 132 Bell, Marjorie R. 73 Bell, Violet 68, 141 Bellreng, Bette 147 Belz, E eanor C. 73, 141, 143 Benning, Helen 68, 143, 144 Bergman, Bessie P. 32 Bemhard, Betty L. 63, 86, 95, 117, 143 Beuther, Miriam P. 73, 132, 141 Bickel, Patricia A. 63, 105, 135 Bixby, Oscar A. 32 Blake, May K. 33, 147 Blake, E. irginia 68, 124, 132 Blakeley, Diana 68, 95 Blatt, Miss Hazel S. 183 Bligh, George J. 30, 33, 164, 178 Compiled by edward hudspith Bodkin, Helen P. 68, 129, 141, 147 Bohm, Martina L. 125 Boland, Frances 73, 128, 145, 147 Bollard, Robert G. 68, 107, 127, 132 Boneberg, Lester M. 73, 137 Bonnell, Hazel M. 68, 95 Booth, Jean 33, 93, 102, 103 Bortli, CliEord J. 63, 111, 137, 160 Borth, Robert 33 Bowery, Betty 31, 33, 85, 109, 117 Bradley, Mr. Charles B. 135, 180 Branic i, John 68, 107, 137, 147 Brant, Eleanor Kay 73, 144 Brayman, Mildred I. 33, 129 Breck, Ruth 68, 129 Breitwieser, Elaine 132 Brennan, Helen 73, 139 Brierley, Margaret L. 68, 129, 141 Brown, Albert E. 63, 73, 123 Brown, Dorothea. 132 Brown, Elizabeth Louise 73 Brown, Jean E. 73, 128 Brown, Joyce E. 73 Brown, Per? 33, 81, 84, 85, 89, 99, 117, 122, 12 , 127, 130, 178 Brown, R. L. 63 Brown, Ruth Marie 93, 105 Bruce, Mr. Homer A. 180 Brunner, Lamen H. 63, 85, 89, 99, 132 Buckley, Elizabeth A. 63, 105 Buddenhagleii, Lillian C. 73, 141, 144 Buechner, ary 73 Buell, M. L. 33, 141 Bunhard 144 Burau, Richard C. 68, 137 Bnrckley, Vera L. 73, 128 Bnrgssser, Marie 68, 147 Bur e, James F. 68, 130, 132, 137, 147 Burke, Verna J. 124 Burken 139 Burley, Winifred E. 34, 109 Burlingame. Katherine 95 Burlingame, Ruth 34, 68, 97, 139, 141 Burll 139 Burritt, Evelyn 103 Burton, Dorothea E. 34, 139, 165 Bush, lsadore 68, 111, 118, 119, 137, 146 Butler, Emily May 73, 128, 144 Butler, Norma A. 73, 128, 139 Butler, Virginia M. 34, 165 C Cadro, Burton 63, 137 Cage, Evelyn 68, 125, 143, 167 Ca ahan, Ma Joan 63, 93, 105 Campbell, Angew 34, 111 Campbell, Charles B. 73 Campbell, Lawrence 34. 107, 160 Caneen, Neal T. 63, 107 Caplin, Helen 68, 129, 147 Cappiello, David A. 73, 137, 147 Carman, Arlueeu J. 68, 117, 132 Carr, Arthur 73, 123 Carr, Samuel H. 147, 159 Carroll, John J. 73, 126, 127 Casey, Mar A es 63, 109 Cashmere, Verain E. 73 Caudell, Miss Myrtle V. 180 Cepura, Helen 63, 97 Chabon, Martin 34 Chad, Rosanna 68, 125 Chalmers, Catherine 68, 105 Chapman, A. Lucile 63, 85, 87, 105, 119 Chazfiii Oscar 2, 34, 81, 35, 89, 111, 116, Cheney, Rae 126, 127 Cheney, Vir inia 34, 130, 145 Chew, Miss lVIaz-garet 182 . Childress, Lurissa, J. . 58, 95, 124, 144 Chumra, Alice 73, 147 Ciesielska, Martha M. 129, 139, 147 Cinn, Annette 87, 117, 118, 119 Clapper, Dorothea 35 to the Helmsi' T Clark, Cecelia 35 Clark, Donald 63, 107 Clark, Jean E. 68, 86, 95, 125, '14-4 Clark, Miss Marion A. 183 Clark, Miss Velma R. 180 Clarke, F. June 35, 143 Cleary, Lorraine 73, 128, 141, 147 Clement, Jeanna A. 68, 125, 132 Clemons, Charles H. 73, 137 Clinton, Mary E. 105, 124, 139 Clulf, Marietta A. 68, 124, 141 Cochern, George W. 73 Coho, Virginia N. '13, 128, 141, 167 Cole, Elaine 73, 144 Colby, Jane Ruth 35, 93, 95, 165 Colicchia, Vinnie M. 35 Collins, Joan 73, 147 Coxnmbs, Edith 73 Conley, William J. 35 Conrad, D. Phyllis 63, 113 Conte, Samuel D. 99 Cooke, David O. 159 Cooley, J. Vincent 63, 107 Corliss, Ellen 36 Cornwell Catherine 35, 124 Cortright, Lille 63, 144 Cossalzoon, Ruth E. 35 Coughlin, John F. 63, 107, 147 Coughlin, Richard. J. 73 Cownie, David L., Jr. 73 Cox, Leonard John 68, 99, 159 Coyer, Mr. Hubert E. 164, 180 Craig, Beryl E. 73 craig, Lola J. 128, 141 Crandall, Helen 68, 141 Cranston, Jennie V. 144 Crawford, Betty 73, 128 Crawford, Inez 35 Crayton, Dr. Sherman G. 180 Creasey, Marion 73 Creed, Phyllis 73 Creighton, Virginia 73, 128 Crocuston, Catherine E. 63, 73, 145 Cross Country 153 Cummings, Doris 63, 101, 147 Cummins, Frances M. 35, 85, 95, 117, 126, 131, 178 ' Cunningham, Robert A. 63, 99 Curtin, Harry J. 73, 137 Curtin, Harry W. 183 Czerniejewski, Kazrnira D. 73, 144 Czurles, Mr. Stanle A. 117, 119, 121, 131, 132, 135, 150 Dahl 'st, Jean 109, 129 D'Alil: Jennie J. 147 Dana, Misa Marion P. 180 Danterman, Erma 36 Dancher, Paul E. 73, 137 Davies, G. Olga L. 63 Davis, J essamine L. 73 Deazley, Bernard G. 107, 121, 159 Dedric , Ruth 73 Delta Kappa 98 Delta Sigma Epsilon 100 DeMarchi, Armando 68, 147, 160 Dembowski, Amelia 63, 87, 105, 117, 118, 119 Dembowski, Bertha 73, 87, 117, 119 Demler, Jeanne 73 Demer, Gordon F. 63, 107, 159 Descipio, Anthony F. 73, 137, 147, 160 Dessert, Betty J. 141 Di .Blasi, Mary E. 131, 132, 147 Dietriek, Ernestine 36 Diilisare, Joseph 159 Di arco, Celestine A. 68 Distler, Betty 73 Dittmer, Virginia 68 Dobony, Mary 63, 105 Dolan, Margaret 73, 128 Dolber , Berdena C. 183 Dole, laary 36, 103, 132 Dolk, Wilma E. 63, 144 Dombrowski, Wanda 63, 147 Domms 144 Domras, Helen M. 113, 141 Domres, Jeannette 36, 68, 124, 126, 127 Donley, Donald T. 72, 73, 123, 147 Donnelly, Gertrude C. 36, 147 Dopp, Mar aret 36, 85, 95, 125 Dorchak, Nfargaret M. 68, 132 Doyle, J. 63, 132 Draa, Jean E. 124, 126, 127 Dramatic Club 132 Dreger, M. 165 Drew, Mary Jane 63, 132, 146, 147 Drinkwater, Grace 86 Drinkwater, Margaret B. 68, 124 Dudziak, Esther tene 73, 144, 147 Duffet, Paul 36, 111 Duggan, Mathew J. 147 Dunckel, Meribeth 73 Durlak, Anthony 137 Durocher, Marjorie J. 36 Duthie, Ma 'orie G. 73, 167 Duttweileighildred 36 Dwyer, Mary E. 147 E ',R Mary 63,113,147 E3H?AnxiJsElizabeth 73,141 Ebennan, Paul W. 30, 37, 80, 85, 89, 99, 117, 123 Ebert, Mr. Reuben S. 122, 130, 146, 180 Ebling, Beatrice 73 Eddy, Janice 143 Edmunds, Kenneth 63, 99 Ehman, Overine 63 Ekes, Anthon 68, 107, 132, 146 Elliott, Dorothea 37, 95, 139 Ellis Mar erite 143 E1..,J0nh,7ie1en D. 31, 37, as, 93, 109, 143 Englehardt, Evelyn E. 63, 105, 147 Epavets, Dorothy M. 63, 124 Epstein, Frances 73, 139, 145, 167 Ernst, Elizabeth E. 73, 128, 139, 147 Eschelman, Carol 68, 109 Eschner, Margaret J. 73 . Exton, William 73 F Farnan, Lindsay 73, 137 Farrell, Mary 37, 131 Feder, Ruth 129, 141 Fehr, June A. 68 Fenello, Michael 31, 37, 81, 99, 159 Fenske, Helen 113 Fenton, Lucille 37, 86, 95 Fields, Helen V. 37, 101, 165 F ider 139 Finn, Harold 31, 38, 106, 107 Finn, John E. 68, 107, 132, 137 Firestone, Edward J. 68, 137, 147 Fischer, Harriett Lucille 68, 125,143 Fischer R. 97 Fischer, Ruth Etta 38, 85, 87, 93, 97 Fish, Revs V. 38, 95, 132, 139, 147 Fisher, Beverle E. 63, 86, 93, 95 Fisher, Laura 68, 139, 141 Fisher, Marion, E. 14-3 ' Fix, Blanche E. 68, 141, 147. Flanagan, Monica M. 73, 147 Flanigan, Robert 159 Fleckenstein, L. Jeanne 68, 124, 144 Flierl, Howard H. 38, 99 Foley, Jane 73, 147 Foley, Lucille 68 Fontana, Mr. John 117. 164. 180 Fontana, Mrs. Marg' R. 131, 183 Ford, Vernon J. 8, 130 F omes, Rosemary, Miss 183 F osberg, Gladgs . 63, 143 Foster, Ruth . 73 Fraleigh, Betty 73 Frank, Ruth 30, 38, 82, 85, 86, 109 Franklin, Melrose M. 144, 147 Franks, Bernice 73 Frawley, Rita 68, 147 Freileigh 132 Freshman Basketball 154 Fritton, Madeline 63 Frosh-So h B'Ball Team 166 Fry, Ricgard 68, 131, 137 F uhr, Florence B. 119, 139 Fuhrmann, Irving P. 68, 137, 159 G Gach, Anna 119, 139 Gaifne , Rosemary 63, 101, 144 Galemgo, Norman 73 Gammack, Dorothy 38, 125 Fabian, Ida 37 Ganey, Mrs. Hertha S. 183 Garner, Margaret 147 Gatley, Grace D. 38 Gaver, Betty 147 Gazlay, Mary 39, 95, 132, 178 Gerber, Dorothy 68, 147 Giancarlo, Mary 147 Gibbons, Richard H. 68, 89, 132, 137 Gibson, Priscilla 68 Gi lia, Charles 73, 117, 137, 147 Giiiat, Jane 68, 95, 132, 146 Glaser, Bernard C. 73, 137, 160 Glasglow, William K., Jr. 73, 137, 159 Glasser, Marjorie A. 39, 113, 124 Gleason, Lois- 63, 143, 144 Golf 159 Golibersuch, Charles 39 Goodman, Ruth G. 39 Goosen, Miss Mina S. 131, 132, 180 Gordnier, Mrs. Caroline Kinsey 183 Gordon, DeEtta N. 144 Gordon, Edna D. 73, 117, 139, 167 Gottleib, Mar'orie 126, 127 Gould, Anne Lucille 73, 141, 14-4 Gover, Miss Eleanor M. 183 Grabau, Mr. Andrew W. 180 Graber, Leon 73 Graham, Miss Kathryn S. 183 Graham, Mary L. 141, 147 Granato, Rose D. 68, 139, 147 Grantham, Dorothy M. 129 Gra s, Zella 68, 141, 144 Grelieinski, Leonards 73, 126, 127 Gremke, Charles 126, 127 Grenier, Marie-Jeanne 68 Gressell, Norma Eve 73 GriEen, Mary Irene 68, 147 Gridin, Robert J. 73, 147 Grods, Inez 73, 145 Grossman, Daniel 39, 85, 89, 99, 135, 178 Groth, Roger 68, 132 H Haenszel, Ruth 30, 39, 95, 125 Haifa, Marjorie W. 73, 128 Hagen, Louise B. 63, 105 Ha erty, Crede 62, 63, 99, 119, 137 Haaoran, Alice 39 Halton, Jime 131, 141 Hamister, Alberta F. 73, 145 Hammel, John A. 68, 107, 137 Handy, Marjorie 39 Hanny, Jane E. 63, 105 Hanratty, Lawrence 40, 82, 107, 132 Hansen, Mrs. Ethel M. H., R. N. 184 Harley, Phyllie 63, 95, 143 Harmon, Geraldine J. 73, 147, 167 Haro, Margaret 68 Harris, Duane H. 63, 99, 137 Harris, Roxcy Alice 40 Harrishburg, Robert E. 63, 99, 132 Harrison, Ruth P. 40 Harrison, Stephen William 73, 126, 127, 137 Hart 141, 143, 144 Hartman, Donald 73, 137 Harvey, Stewart Warren 40 Haslett, Hugh J. 126, 127, 130, 137 Hatem, Theresa Rose 40, 147 Hauser, Jean 73 Havens, Donald 73 Hayman, Eunice S. 135 Hellman, Ruth M. 40, 103 Heimbueger, Catherine 68, 147 Heinold, Adele A. 40, 113 Heintz, Carl 40, 126, 127 Heist, Robert Alden 41 Hellems, Ethel 73 Hellner, Gertrude E. 73, 128, 145 Helstrom, Robert 41, 106, 107, 116, 117, 131. 178 Helwig, Warren 73, 160 Hendler, Cornelia 41, 103 Henry, Ceclia 41 Henry, Edith J. 113 Hepinstall, Miss Frances G. 180 Herman, Edna C. 63, 103 Herrmann, Kathryn 41, 147 Hertzberg, Dr. Oscar E. 180 Hess, Evelyn L. 73 Hess, Irma C. 68, 124, 141 Hetzel, Marie 124 Heyman, Mrs. Carolyn W. 181 Hicke , Helen 68, 101, 141, 143, 147 Hill, lgorotby E. 12 5, 126, 127 Hill, Florence 63 ,143 Hill, Ruth Catherine 41, 113, 139, 141 Hiller, Emma A. 63 Himmcle, Grace Ida 73, 141 Hirsch, Miss Irene 180 Hirseman, Paul W. 30, 41 Hirsh, Ruth H. 42, 132 Hoagland, Elinor 41 Hoa land, Norma L. 42 Hoeggrebe, Claire 73 Hodgin, Mr. David R. 181 Holfman, Mary E. 42, 113 Hoffman, Norma 68, 124, 146 Holdredge, Patricia 73 Hollenbeck, Marjorie 42, 113, 165 Hallway, Catherine 42, 85, 93, 112, 113 Holmes, Muriel 73, 126, 127 Home Economics Club 142 Hollihan, Eugene T. 68, 107, 132 Horn, Dean 81 Hornsby, Mary Rix 43 Hoskins, Barbara J. 73, 141, 143 Hotaling, Jeanne 68 Hourihan, Jose h P. 63, 89, 111, 117 Houston, Miss Eluth E. 164, 181 Hubbard, Caroline C. 68, 132 Hubbard, Mary E. 42, 135, 139 Hubert, Emma 73 Hudson, Eleanor Mae 42, 105 Hudson, Sall 42 Hudspith, Edward A. 42, 89, 111 Hue , Elizabeth ' 143, 144 Hughes, Richard F. 63, 111 Humphrey, Ellen 68 Hum hrey, Lois 109 Hurd? Miss Edna W. 126, 181 Hussey, Mary 73 Isenberg, Robert 73 Ismart, Marjorie 73, 139 Izzo, Frances 73, 145 J Jackson, Charlotte 73 Jamison, Miss Mary L. 183 Jarzat, Helen Mary 73 Jenner, Winifred 73, 126, 127, 128 Johns, Robert K. 126, 127 Johnson, Mr. Ha C. 183 Johnson, Helen H73 Johnpggn, Elizabeth Louise 93, 103, 131, Jones, Elizabeth 73, 128 Junior Prom Queen 64 Junior Senior B'Bal1 Team 165 K Kabel, K. Margaret 68, 141, 144 Kackas, William 117, 119, 130, 137, 147 Kaminska, Cla ton C. 73, 160 Kappa Delta Hi 84 Kauth, Kathleen 43, 85, 92, 93, 113 Keatin , Mary E. 73 Keem, ilelen G. 147 Keever, Miss Faye 181 Kelly, Catherine M. 43, 109, 145, 147 Kelly, Katherine M. 43, 73, 131 Kennedy, Annette 43, 87, 97 Kennedy, Ceclia 68, 141 Kennelly, Marie 68, 147 Kenyon, Katherine N. 4-3, 109, 143 Kenyon, Phyllis 73, 144 1 Kenyon, A. Sanford, Jr. 68, 118, 137 Kerwin, Ma 63, 97 Kick, Rita 63, 97 Kideney, Mrs. Isabel Nouck 184 KieB'er, Muriel 73 Kilcoyne, Marie M. 43, 143, 147 Kilcoyne, William J. 68, 85, 137, 147 Kimp and, Ruth 63, 95, 143 Kingsley 144 Kingston, Albert 63, 107, 117 Kinsey, Lettie 73 Kinsley, Ruth K. 63, 109 Kinsley, Vera 68, 109 ' Kircb, George 159 Klawitter, Jerome 68, 107, 147, 159 Klein, Doroth 43 Kleinfelder, Alberta R. 43, 86, 113 Klipfel, Ruth G. 73 Knack, Charlotte 129, 68 Knapp, Miss Inez M. 183 Knapp, Josephine M. 43, 109 Kna p, Marjorie E. 139 Knigen, Katherine 141, 143, 144 Koelmel, Alice R. 44, 109 Koeppen, Marjorie R. 63 Kosmala, Alfreda 44 Kotula, Natalie 63 Koukal, Walter 44, 110, 111, 126, 127 Kovalcik, Irene Marie 68, 134, 147 Kowalski, Helen J. 73 Kozub, Francis, S. 44, 99 Kramer, Sylvia 63, 144 Kraus, Gerald 44 Krauss, Dorothy G. 30, 44, 82, 85, 87, 93, 108, 109, 132, 141 Krebs, Louise 44, 85, 109, 139 Kroger, Mildred 63 Krew, Helen 63, 101 Kreis, Henry 63, 99 Krieman, Ruth 73, 128 llnyillo, John 73, 126, 127, 137, 160 K , George 73, 160 Kupfer, Loraine 44, 85, 103 Kwxntkowski, John S. 73 L Ladd, Miss Evaclne M. 181 1815 Laird, Jean V. 63, 101, 124, 143 Lamm, Hilda E. 68, 147 Lampka, Marie A. 73, 147 Lamphear, Helen P. 68 Larich 137 Larrabee, Eleanor 68 Larson, Virginia Ann 73 Last Will and Testament 55 Latham, Marzetta 73 Lawless, Donald S. 68, 139, 147 Leahy, Robert J. 68, 147 Leary, Marion 63, 105 Lcher, M. 73 Lederer, Betty 68, 125 Lederer, Erwin 45, 139 Lee, Gladys 63, 97 Leisin , Dolores, M. 68, 141, 143 Lenz, 1iobert A. 45, 99, 137 Leone, Sam J. 45 Les Amateurs de la France 145 Leslie, .lohn M. 73, 137, 160 Levin, Edith D. 73, 117, 145 Levin, Sylvia D. 73, 117, 145 Levinkind, Leo 63, 89, 119, 123, 146 Lewandoski, Mildred 68, 139 Lewis, Marian 85, 86, 95, 126, 127 143, 144 Liermo, Agqapita I. 68, 129, 141, 147 Limburg, helma 73 Lindenbaum, Pearl 68, 125, 139 Lindstroni, Gunnar 63 Lindstrom, James E. 63, 107 Line, Ph llis 68, 87, 95, 143, 144 Li pke, Hazel 63, 124 Lollnaugh, Marjorie 68, 113, 144 Lockner, Velma 73 Lockwood, Evelyn 68, 167 LoMaglio, Sam 68, 123, 145 Lombardo, Rose M. 45, 85, 103, 120 Lorich, Irving J. 63 Lorig 147 Lottes, Myrtle D. 68 Louchren, Miss Agnes H. 184 Low, David S. 63 Low, Irene H. 68 Lubow, Sol 30, 68, 123, 126, 127 Ludwig, .lean M. 63, 93, 103, 167 Lunney, Charles 73 Lussow, Mildred C. 143, 144 Lutwack, Sylvia R. 45 Lynds, Dorothy 128, 132 Lynds, Muriel Audrey 73, 132 Lyon, Dorothy 68 M Mace, Beatrice 73, 128, 145, 147 Macomber, Dorothy L. 73, 147 Maflia, Theresa 45 Magargel, Marion 45 McNall, Ma 73 Me er, Alfrelg F. 137 , Mailing, Grace 47, 73, 87, 125, 129 Mencer, Bessie, R. 73 Men's Campus Club 136 Men's Glee Club 122 Merena, Helen 144 Merrill, Betty R. 63, 86, 132, 143, 167 Meshke, Miss Edna 181 Memng, Alice 63, 135 Messner, Dr. Charles A. 181 Metz,'Miss Martha G. 183 Meyers, Adele G. 68 Meyers, Roselyn C. 125, 147 Michael, Boris M. 47 Micherdzinska, Doroth 73, 147 Michlin, Arthur 63, 1159 Miedanowski, Emilee L. 73 Militello, Patrina M. 68 Miller, Ada 63, 87, 131 Miller, Margaret A. 95, 125 Miller, Paul W. 68, 107 Miller, Thelma A. 144 Milofsky, Harry 68, 117, 132 Minkel, Beatrice 73, 128, 141 Minkel R. 63, 99 Mioducki, Edmund W. 68, 137, 147 Missert, David A. 63, 99, 137 Moehlau, Miss Chariot 184 Moest, Ellen E. 47, 103, 125 Moore, C 63 Moore M. 63 Moore, Shirley 72, 129, 141 Morgan, Evelyn 47, 125, 132 Morgan, Theresa 47, 147 Morrice, Mr. Edward L. 181 Morris, Iva Elizabeth 47 Morrison, Glenn H. 72 Monissiy, Robert J. 47' Moser, ertrnde 68, 103, 141 Mulholland, Miss Eileen 181 Muller, Hildred 72, 144 Mummert, Isabelle 63, 143,.144, 165 Murphy, .lack D. 72, 147 Murphy, Rita L. 72 Myers, Miriam 119, 146 Myeto 139 Needham, Doris 68, 95 Needham, Marjorie 95 Neill, Louise 68, 124, 139, 147 Nelson, H 72 Neumann,mWyilliam 47, 121, 146 Neuschel, Frederick, Ir. 137, 159 Newkom, Bessie C. 48 Newman Club 147 Newman, Norma H. 63, 113, 143 Nichols, Corydon O. 68, 107, 130 Ma er, Rita A. 45, 145, 147 Magluire, Ella 124, 141, 143 Maher, Grace 46 Mahl, Marie E. 73, 126, 127 Mahoney, Agnes 68, 105 Male, Bernice 63, 87 Man ,Hein 73 Mallwhtt 68, 95, 143 Manes a, Frances 46 Manning, Eleanor 129, 139 Marinucci, Anne 63, 103 Martin, Edith C. 73 Martin, Genevieve 68, 87, 125, 117 Martin, Irene 62, 63, 85, 124, 129, 139 Martin, Mary 68 Martin, Mason 1. 46, 99 Martin, Virginia.May 68 Martoriagiai, Sebastian V. 63, 85, 89, 111, Marvin, Virginia R. 63, 105 Mason, Margery M. 63 Mattem, Lucille 63, 97, 124, 145 Matusik, Mary A. 46, 97, 139 May, Doroth 68, 109., 147 May, Miss NEA: M. 141, 184 Mayer, .1 can 73, 128, 141 Mayer, Margaret E. 63, 105, 125, 141 McArdle, Catherine 125, 139 McBride, Betty 68 McCabe , Aurie F. 63, 107 McCat-tan, Peter 147, 160 McCarthy, Charles 72, 73 McCorm1can, Dorothy 73, 128 McCoy, Mrs. Jane Baker 181 McCo , Tyril 73 McCu1lor, Margaret E. 73, 128 McCullough, J. Howard 73 McDonough, Margaret 141 McDowell, Zelma 73, 129 McEntire, Margaret 68, 95 McGee, Margaret 46, 113 McGinnis, Dr. Esther 181 McGovern, Gertrude 63, 93, 104, 105 Mclntyre, Marion F. 46 Mclntyre, Maxine -46, 101 McLaughlin, Geraldine 46, 73, 87, 124, 12 , 147 McLellan, Catherine 73 McMahon, Miss Mary Louise 128, 181 .4 Nichols, .lohn 68, 107, 126, 127, 130 Nichols, Olive 73, 129 Nigro, Margaret 48, 103 Non-Resident Association 14-4 Noonan, Margaret E. 63 Nu Lambda Sigrna 87 Nye, Miss May C. 181 Nyitrai, Steve P. 68, 126, 127, 130, 137 0 Ober, Margaret W. 48 O'Brien, Dolores A. 167 0'Brien, Mar aret 72 0'Connor, Eigeen 72 0'Connor, Marjorie H. 63, 147 O'Donnell, Margaret 125 Oelkers, Mary Jane 72, 128, 141 O'Lear , Jane 63, 109, 141 Olszowha, Emil 68 O'Neill, Mildred' E. 68, 129, 139, 147 Onody, Miss Amalia L. 184 Onody, Edward S. 63, 99 Owen, Allan 72 Ozard, Ruth 48, 113 P Pa ett, Catherine A. 48 Pagner, Miss Ruth 181 Pan Hellenic Association 92 Passage, Marion 95, 124 Patten, Betty Lou 48, 72, 87 Paulin, Mary Helen 72, 143 Pausewang, Annette 63, 85, 95 Pawlowsln, Eugene 72, 147 1 41, Pearson, Helen K. 48, 103, 139, 145 Peck, Marjorie J. 113, 139 Peck, Robert F. 72, 119, 132 Pellegrino, Elizabeth 72 Pellicano, Lucy 48 Penner, Clara A. 63, 143, 144 Perine, Frances 97 Perkins, Mr. Irving C. 181 Perona, James 49, 99, 160, 178 Perry, June 72 Perry, Rebecca Anna 50, 101 Perry, Richard E. 99 Person, .lane L. 109 Peterson, Dr. Harold F. 121, 181 Pfeiffer, Carl 68, 99, 137 Phekps, Mary Elizabeth 93, 101 Phil ggi, Florence H. 50, 95, 130, 131, Phillippi. Mr. Joseph F. 181 Phillippi, Josephine 31, 50, 83, 85, 95, 126, 127, 130, 131, 139, 164, 165 Phillips, Muriel 72 Phillips, Robert 63 Phi psilon Omieron 86 Piatak, .lack 63 Pick, M. 63, 113 Pickup, Ph llis 68, 141, 143 Pi De tn Tlxeta 102 Pi Kappa Sigma 104 Pierce, Franklin S. 63, 137 Pierce, Margaret L. 50, 113 Ptlrus, John 50, 126, 127, 130 Pinto, Patrick R. 68, 137, 147 Piper, Jeanne 72, 128, 147 Piper, Mary 68, 139, 147 Place, Eva Hope 68, 109, 126, 127 Pletzker, Shirley E. 63 Pohlman, Philli P. 63, 99, 137 Poole, .1 oseph A1ivin 68, 137, 147 Popp, Bertine 68 Pop , Theodore 89 Pordliak 146 Porter, Muriel Lee 50, 85, 97, 137 Porter, Ra mond 68, 99, 137, 160 Potter, Rohan 72, 160 Powell, Emily W. 68 Powell, Glenda 72 Pratt, Helen N. 50, 85, 95, 132 Price, Margaret 63, 85, 87, 101, 141 Price, Marion J. 73 Pritchard, David H. 68, 107, 146, 160 Prohaslra, Elizabeth 31, 50, 85, 87, 93, 96, 97, 132, 139 Provenzano, Angela 147 Psi Phi 106 Psychology Club 146 Pugsleg, Dr. Chester A. 182 Pu l, oris 68, 105, 125 Puleo, Salvatore 63, 107 Q Suackenbush, Mr. George M. 182 uayle, Dr. Margaret S. 121, 146, 182 Quinlan, Anne B. 124, 147 R Raiken, Morris 72 Ramsauer, Richard H. 50 Raper, Ona 50, 113 Rawe, Roger F. 68, 99 Ray, Barbara S. 139 Rayagipehl M. 63, 89, 107, 118, 126, 127, Rayell?5A. Morton 68, 117, 118, 119, 131, Rech, Betty A. 72, 97 Reed, Dean Catherine 144 Reese, Wilbur R. 50 Reid, Christine D. 50, 101 Reid, Laura 50 Reid, Nancy 68 Reinhard, Mar erite A. 72 Reist, Robert 50, 99, 178 Ressing, Arthur C. 68, 135 Reyno ds, Dorothy 72, 128, 141 Rich, Marion F. 63, 85, 101, 143 Richards, Franklin G. 30, 50, 83, 99, 135 Richardson, Mar aret 72, 129, 147 Richardson, Miltied 68, 105 Risman, S lvia 51, 116, 117, 135 Ritzenthalir, Mary .lane 68, 147 Roach, Miss Gertrude E. 183 Roberts, David G. 51 Roberts, Gilmore H. 68, 132, 146 Roehsler, Miss Theresa A. 183 Rohmer, Dorothy 51, 132, 139 Rohrmoser, Anna 51 Rolf, Bett 68 Romano. .iiaseph J. 72 Roone , Paul 51, 147 Root, Mr. Charles C. 182 Root, Virginia R. 68, 103, 125, 141 Rores, Katherine C. 145 Rosa, Louis 68, 99 , Rose, Marjorie Jane 72 Rosenberg, Bertha A. 51 Ross, Charles D. 159 Rossi, Clarina 139, 146, 147 Rost, Carl A. 63, 107, 136, 147, 159 , Roudebush, Miss Alma R. 182 Rousselle, Archie 68, 137, 147 Rubens, Fred 1. 68, 131, 135 RUPP, Harold P. 63, 99 Rural Education Club 138 Ruslrowski, Euiepe J. 68, 111, 137, 147 Russ, B. Geral ' e 51, 113, 139 Russel, Althea J. 63, 103 Ryan, Elinor Frances 72, 145, 147 Ryan, Nora Marie 63, 147 Rydzynslti, Albert 126, 127 S Saab, Elaine 141 Sadroga, Alfred J. 63, 137, 147, 159 Safran, Stephen T. 63, 99, 137, 160 Sage, Mary E. 72 Sager, G. Arthur 51, 111 Saiecki, Rita 72, 128 Sa lack, Alden 52, 99, 126, 127, 130 Salom, Miss Winifred 182 Salvaggio, 72, 141 Samson, Idamae 53, 147 Sanbom, Mar aret E. 53, 95, 139, 165 Santo, Victor 72, 137, 160 Sato, Susanne 68, 95 Sauefwein, Mary A. 68, 103, 126, 127 Saylor, Herbert 53 Scali, James 53 Schafer, Robert C. 72 Schamber, Geraldine 68 Scharch, Rosalind F. 95 Schasser, John W. 68 Scheuerman, Norma 72 Schieder, Georgie- 63 Schlenker, Ka ynL. 52, 85, 86, 117 Soholtzer, Betty 128, 147 Schmanke, Louise 68, 124, 141 Schmidt, Robert P. 68, 111, 117 Scholl, Maribell 143 Scholl, Laura 68 Scholz, Donald A. 63, 111 Schrader, David 53, 99, 126, 127 Schreiner, Betty Marie 72 Schreiner, Grace 62, 63, 95, 121, 125, 132, 147 Schultz, Ruby G. 68, 143 Schurerrnann 141, 143 Schwanekamp, Arline 68, 135 Schwartz, Al en C. 68, 126, 127, 130 Schwartz, Joseph 68, 111 Scott, Irene M. 63, 113, 143, 147 Scott, Mary 72 Scrimshaw, Jean 63, 109, 178 Seaman, Glendon H. 72, 130 Seibert, Betty Anne 72 Seibert, Lillian K. 63, 105, 132 Seiler, Elizabeth L. 72 Seitz, Ruth M. 68, 129, 147 Semon, Iris Ethel 72 Senf, Dorothy Grace 68 Sexton, Allen G. 68, 111, 137 Shanahan, Virginia 72 Sheldon, William 53, 85, 88, 89, 99, 178 Short, Marion 139 Siemankowski, Francis 63, 111 Sieroslawski, Irene 72, 129, 139, 141, 147 Sigma Sigma Sigma 108 Sigma Tau Gamma 110 Sigma Upsilon 88 Sikorski, Edward 63, 107, 137, 147, 159 Simini, Jose h 68 Sinclair, Heian 63, 101, 119 Sion, William G. 72, 160 Sisson, Harriet 53, 95 Sisson, Jeanne 72 Skidmore, Frances 63, 95 Sloan, Dr. Paul W. 182 Smalley, Margaret G. 68, 101, 143 Smead, Lillian H. 31, 53, 125 Smith, Arthur E. 63, 99, 135 Smith, Betty Jane 72, 141, 128 Smith, Catherine 68, 105, 119, 131, 132, 147 Smith, Edith Katherine 167 Smith, Jeanette 135 Smith, Rene 63, 97 Smith, Rita 63, 97 Snedecor, Edith 68, 95, 144 Snow, Floss 63, 95 Soeton 11,7 Sommers, Se mour 72 Sontheim, Mlirian E. 72, 139, 141 Spadin er, Paul T. 63 Speer, Eernece C. 124 Speir, Miss Ruth E. 124, 129, 141, 182 Spiewakowski, Irene 72 Spohr, Ruth J. 63 Sprin , Robert J. 72 Stabell, Irene E. 53, 97 Stacey 141 Stachowicz, Helen E. 68, 97, 129, 139 Stack, John P. 63, 107, 137, 147 Steel, Mr. Harry J. 182 SteKen, Harold Jean 159 Stegman, Betty J. 72 Steinsholt, Gerd 129, 168 Steir 128 Stephenson, Rosemary E. Steudle, Mary'Virgi-1118 53. 86, 93. 100. 101 Stevenson, Grace 143 Stewart, Anita L. 54 Stielow, Alice M. 72, 141, 144 Stillinger, Mildred 53 Stillman, Neil 72, 126, 127 Stockberger, Miss Marguerite 183 Stone, LaVerna G. 126, 127 Straight, Mary 68, 113, 143, 144 Strebe, David D. 68, 107 gtrictlazii, Harry F. 63, 107 ei P, 1 72, 129 Stnsa, Vernrdn G. 72 smmk, Robert W. so, sa, 85, 107, 160 Student Council 121 Student Handbook 120 Studier, Evelyn M.. 53, 118, 119, 131, 139 smumfm, Ruth 31, sa, as, 132, 139 S 'van, Katherine 72, 128, 132 Sullivan, Muriel R. 63, 95, 143 Suozzi, An elo F. 72, 137, 147 Sweeney, Eria 125 Sweetapple, Hazel 72, 141, 143 Sweitzer, Dorothy 54, 109 Syracuse, Jose hme C. 63, 101, 143, 147 Szymanski, Edlward 63, 89 Stacey, Thelma 72 T Talcott, Miss 167 L Tarantino, Jennie Grace 145 Tallman, Arlouine E. 54 Tanner, Wilma 68, 125, 143 Taraejos, Helen 72 Taylor, Ma Janet 72 Tennis 1.59 Telschow, Earl P. 68, 111, 126, 127, 146 The Band ' 130 The Elms 116 The Orchestra 126 The Record 118 Theta Sigma Upsilon 112 The Triads Glee Club 129 Thurber, Dr. John M. 88 182, '1"iKt, Margaret 72 Thom, Jean H. 63 Thomas, Dorothy C. 68, 141 Thomas, Marion 63, 95, 119, 143, 178 Thomas, Sylvester 107 Thomas, Zelda 54, 109, 135 Thompson, Frances Ellen 68 Thompson, Julia 63, 105 Tierney, Thomas J. 68, 107, 137, 160 Tillou, Jean 68 Tindell, Alice 109, 131 Tjeerdsrna, Gertrude 72 Tober, Doris E. 54, 97 Toby, Eleanor Frances 54, 139, 141, 144 Toby, Evelyn June 54, 139, 141, 165 Tosetto, Lydia 126, 127 Tothill, Ruth 68, 131, 135 Track 160 Travis, Ruth C. 72, 128, 139, 141 Triechler, Genevieve 72 Trimper, Theresa 54 Truesdale, Norman F. 68, 131, 135 Tucker, Janet R. 68, 109 Tugg, Lauretta 72, 128 Turcott, Charles F. 72, 137, 160 Twardziak, Anthony 72, 147 U Ullrich Margaret 54, 86 Urban, Margaret 63, 95 V Vail, Mr. Charles A. 159, 182 Valance, Roma 63, 125, 141 Van Arsdale, Gertrude M. 55, 95, 126, 127 Van Brunt, Emil 143 Vandal, William 72, 137 Vandercher, Vera 68 Van D ke, Ann 63, 126, 127, 130 Van Vllzick, Jane 31, 55, 109, 135 Varsity Basketball 152 Varsity Soccer 156 Varsity Swimming 155 Vau han, Martha 68, 105 Vedder, Jean C. 72 Viele, Miss Grace 182 Vincent, Dorothy 72, 128 Vincent, Geor 'a 68, 86, 87 Viox, Marie 68 Vogel, Ruth M. 68 Voght, Nelson R. 72, 123 Von Pless, Dolores 55 Vroman, Ruth M. 144 W gagenerigfwila 55, 109, 131 a er, a ond 63, 159 147 Wagga, Gertryizle L. 72 l Waite, Leonard C. 55 Walker, Arline 55 Walker, CliHord E. 68 - Walsh- John P. 99, 160, 164, 178 Wantshouse, Jane 72, 128 gamek Katie A72, 139 ass, athryn . 55 109 Webber, Dolores 147, Weber, Carl B. 63, 137 Weber, Frederick 126, 127, 137 Weber, Joan C. 63, 93, 109 Weber, Mr. Walter B. 182 Weigancl, Charles F. 72, 137 Weissman, Frances 72 Welch, Dorothy S. 55, 86, 109 Welch, John 68, 117, 147 Wenzel, Evelyn G. 63, 97, 139 Wesp, Jane Anna 63 Westover, Ruby 56 Whitelock, Grace E. 63, 101, 140, 141 Whittemore, Dr. Kathryne Thomas 182 Whitney, Marian 56 Widrig, Jane M. 132 Wieland, Hilda 63, 95, 144 Wightman, Howard L. 68 W' der, Miss Florence H. 182 Wilhite, Evamae 68, 146 Wilks, Frances M. 63, 101 William, Betty Jean 72, 128 Williams, Caroline 56, 144, 146, Williams, Eleanor 72 Williams, Myron E. 72 Williams, Norman 72 Willis, Mary E. 72 Wilson, Eleanor G. 63, 126, 127 Wilson, Helene 68, 141, 147 Wingenbach, Gertrude Wiseman, H. 99 Witka, Joseph 137 Wittmeyer, Stanley 131 Witter, Anna Mary 63, 141, 143, 144 Witter, Kenneth J. 56 Wizeman, William 99, 127 Woeppel, Amelia 68, 141, 147 Woenppel, Marian A. 68, 141, 147 Wo ord, Dr. Kate V. 139, 182 Wolf, Laurence 137 Wollenschlacger, Franklin J. 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