University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)
- Class of 1929
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-JAMES W. WATSON
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of science, '
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Old questions of Why and of Whence.
-W. C. D. WHETHAM
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-QLIVER VVENDELL HOLMES -
HOLD fi IN AWFUL 6? Awsv an
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S THE rose or lily must have its roots firmly planted in the
life-giving soil surrounding it, so an institution such as
ours must have its firmly established contacts with the world
of everyday affairs. From such contacts come our life, our
strength, and our inspiration. For these, we acknowledge,
with all respect and gratitude, theservice of our Board of
A. VV. M.
MAX CHRISTOPHER S DONALD 5, LAMM
Kansas City, Mo. Sgdgljgy MO.
E. M. HENDY VH0N.l CHARLES A. LEE J. T. HULL
Jejerson City, Mo. State Superintendent of Schools Butler, Mo.
HON. T. J. HALSEY F. J. QUIGLEY
Holden, Mo. Tipton, lllo.
ELDO L. HENDRICICS, A. B., A. M., LL. D.
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XVALTER E. MORROW, A. B, A. M
Dean of the Faculty
MRS- 0, L, .HOUTS WALTER EMMORROW A124123 GAHRXFRIS
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Defcirz I?fVoEneri Professor of Economics and Professor of Foreign Languages
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HARRY A. PHILLIPS H. H. BASS
A. M., Ph. D. M. Litt., A. M.
Professor of Agriculture arid Professor of Histor
WILSON C. MORRIS PAULINE A. HUNIPHREYS JAMES H. SCARBOROUGH A
A. M., Ph. D. Ph. B., A. M. A. B., M. Sc., Ph. D. '
Professor of Physics and Professor of Education Professor of Matheniatics
JULIA HATZ THEODORE C. REID MAYME B. HARWOOD
Ph. B. B. S. ' , Graduate of Pratt Institute
Professor of H orne Economics Coach and Professor of Physica! A. M.
Education .A I Professor of Art
GEORGE W. STEVENS E. A. COLLINS
A. B., A. M., Ph. D. B. S., A. M., Ph. D.
Professor of Biology . Professor of Education and
Director of Practice
A. F. MARTIN NOEL B. GRINSTEAD , PAUL R. .UTT -
A. M. B. S., A. M. Graduate PIattv1lle, XKVISCOH-
Professor of English Professor of Industrial Arts sin, State Teachers College
Director of M1lS1.C
WARD EDWARDS MARY ANNE KENNEDY
A. B., A. M. I A. B.
Librarian Associate Professor of
GEORGE E. HOOVER
ELMER B. BROWN
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Associate Professor of
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Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Associate Professor of
' English English ,A English
MAUDE BEAMER MYRTLE DOWNS
A. B., A. M. B. S. in Ed.
Professor of Latin Assistant Professor of
O. A, MARTI LAURA L. RUNYON FRED W. CALVERT
B. S. in Ed., A. M. Ph. B., Ph. M. A. B., A. M.
B. D., Ph. D. Associate Professor of Professor of Sociology
Associate Professor of History CLeave of Absencej
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JULIA SCOTT FRED W. URBAN ARUBA B. CHARLTON
Director of Kindergarten and H A- B-1 A- M- v Ffh. B., A..M.
Instructor of Kindergarten Supervisor of M atherrtdtics Supervisor of Primary and
Theory Instructor of P1 irnary Methods
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DELTA M. NEVILLE ROLLA F. WooD
A. B., A. M. A. M.
Supervisor of Science Supervisor of History
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LYDA HALE RUTH FITZGERALD Lg EUGENIA DELLER
B, 5, in Ed., A, M, A. B., A. M. B. M. E.
Supervisor of Intermediate Supervisor of English Supervisor of Music
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MAUD NATTINGER EARL FOSTER MARTHA LEE OSBORNE
B. S., A. M. B. S. III' Ed. Assistant Professor of
ld Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Home Economics
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Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of
I Physical Education Agriculture and Geology
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LOUISE MARTIN CASKEY SETTLE MILDRED WRIGHT
A A. B., A. M. B. S. in Ed., B. P. E., M. A. A. B.
' Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Associate Professor of
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ELIZABETH CALLOWVAY MAX MARTTN. MRS. PAUL R. UTT
A. B. , Teacher of Violin Teacher of Organ
Assistant Professor of
Claeave of Absencej
RUTH BANFIELD VVILLINA SMARR DOROTHY BLUNT
A. B. B. S. in Ed. B. of Music
Assistant Professor of Secretary to President and Teacher of Piano and Voice
English to the Dean
GLADYS Goss NELLE BUDDEMEYER , OLIVE BROWN
'B. Sc., A. M. Assistant Registrar A. B.
Associate Professor of Arts Assistant Librarian
B. S. in Ed.
B. S. in Ed.
Secretary to Director
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Assistant Professor of
NORA E. SILER
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Associate Professor of Foreign
B. S.g B. S. in- Ed.
E. E. JACOBS
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Associate Professor of English
B. S. in Ed.g A. M. '
Assistant Professor of History
B. S. in Ed.
Librarian in Training School
B. S. in Ed.
Director of Physical Education
in Training School
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He s a member of the Faculty.
And we re just common folks.
He s gone by now-I can breathe again.
' But oh! the feelin s strange
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For he s a high and mighty personage,
And we-why we re just folks.
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MRS. MILDRED LASS Warrengburg
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LOWELL PRY Butler
ROY BALLARD Kingsoille
B. S. in Ed.
DOROTHY Ross V Worrensburg
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MARGARET LEENPITTMAN Mt. Vernon, Ill.
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MINOLA COLE Warrensburg
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HERMAN HENDERSON Lawrence, Kan.
Sigma Tau Gamma.
HELEN BANTA Kansas City
Treasurer Senior Classg President Crescendo
Clubg Glee Club.
ELIZABETH CLARK Warrensburg
Pi Kappa Sigmag Theta Alpha Phig Student
Councilg Panhellenicg Crescendo Clubg Glee
HARRIET OGLESBY ' Warrensbnrg
Vice-President Alpha Sigma Alphag Glee
GRACE PENNY Cameron
, , Home Economics
Caneariesg Periclean Literary Societyg Kap-
pa Omicron Phi.
JACK STONE Wawensbiirg
Sigma Tau Gammag Phi Sigma Pi.
"VV" Club President '29g Football '26, '27,
Captain '28g Track '26, '27, '28, Captain '29g
All-Star M. I. A. A. Football Team.
DALE HOUX JONES Wawensburg
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WALTER LEE COOPER Warrensburg
Sigma Tau Gamma Treasurer '29g Phi Sigma
Pig Kappa Delta Pig Cheer Leaderg National
Guardg Assistant in Mathematics Training
ERNESTINE THOMPSON Beaman
Alpha Sigma Alphag Crescendo Clubg Or-
DAISY WILSON Warrensburg
INA BURRESS Warrensbarg
VV. A.,A.g Primary Councilg Periclean Liter-
BEATRICE M. SCHMIDT Fortuna
C. J. HOGAN Norborrte
Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Tau Gammag Vice-
President Phi Sigma Pig Glee Clubg Science
Clubg President Senior Classy Assistant Ad-
vertising Manager Rhetor.
EDNA C RAWFORD Lamonte
Kappa Delta Pig Crescendo Clubg Periclean
Literary Societyg Alpha Phi Deltag Pi Kappa
NANNIE KEDIGH Battard
Kappa Delta Pi Secretary '29g Alpha Phi
lVlARY ANDERSON Green Ridge
Kappa Omicron Phi.
VVILLIAM MATTHEXVS Rayniore
2nd Lieut. National Guard.
CLIFTON JOHNSON A Odessa
Pi Kappa Deltag Sigma Tau Gammag Cre-
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SARAH WEBB Bates Cit
Alpha Phi Deltag Y. W. C. A.g Periclean
Literary Societyg Science Club.
lVlARY OPAL STIGALL Henrietta
HELEN MOTHERSEAD Warrensburg
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FRANCES MCGOWN Mgrggliygg
MADALYN ROBINSON Warrensburg
Pi Kappa Sigmag Primary Club.
CLIFFORD JARMAN Pittsvilte
Sigma Tau Gammag Latin Club.
MARGUERITE WALLACE Warrensburg
Y. W, A. A.g W. A. A.g Caneariesg
JAMES KIRKPATRICK Kansas City
Sigma Tau Gammag A'W" Clubg Rhetor
Staffg President Student Council '27, '29g
President Sophomore Classy '26g President
Junior Class '28g Football '24g Basket Ball
'2Sg Track '25.
CLAUDE COOPER H oustortia
"W" Clubg Track.
MARY DUNBAR Vartdalia
Kappa Delta Pig Pi Kappa Sigma, President
'29g Alpha Phi Deltag Treasurer Rhetor
Staffg Panhellenicg Science Club.
LULA LEE BOONE Warrensburg
Periclean Literary Society.
JOHN C. MURPHY A Chitliowee
Sigma Tau Gammag Vice-President Senior
Classg Vice-President Student Councilg El
Ateneog Business Manager Rhetor Staff.
CARL H. MILBURN Warrerisburg
Chorusg Glee Club.
LUCILLE SHULTZ Warrehsburg
Secretary Kappa Omicron Phig Secretary
Crescendo Clubg Periclean Literary Societyg
Y. W. C. A.
GLADYS GoocH Uriah
Science Clubg Sodalitas Latina.
MERIAM ARMENTROUT Warrehsburg
Periclean Literary Society.
GLADYS PENNY Cameron
M ILDRED GREENLEE Warrehsburg A
Caneariesg Primary Club. Q
RUTH OLIVE TILLMAN Clinton
Periclean Literary Society.
IRENE M. SALMON
Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Periclean
Literary Societyg Science Club.
CLYDE COOPER Houstonia
"XV" Club, Track.
FERN LEDGERXVOOD Cameron
Kappa Delta Pig Caneariesg Periclean Liter-
ary Societyg President W. A. A., Vice-Presi-
dent Y. W. C. A.
HELEN GREIM Warrensburg
Music ' -
Crescendo Clubg Y. W. C. A.
VERNON KENNEDY Mendon
Decathlon Winner "27g All-American Track
Team '27, Football '25, '26, '27, '28g M. I. A.
A. All-Conference Team '26, '27, '28g Track
'26, '28, Captain '28, '29g "W" Clubg Nation-
ELIZABETH STRONG Warrensburg
l"ERN STUBBLEFIELD Cameron
Caneariesg President W. A. A.g Pi Kappa
ELEANOR SUMMERS Gilliam
Periclean Literary Society.
ROBERT MAGILL Fredericktown
LYDIA IQNAPP Warrensbnrg
Secretary Senior Class.
FRANK XXVEBB Warrensbnrg
A grioultnre and Geography
President Kappa Delta Pig Phi Sigma Pig
Seience Clubg El Ateneo.
HALLIE KATHERMAN A Warrensbnrg
SARA BOLTON Clinton
CATHERINE N EWMAN Liberty
Alpha Phi Delta.
OTIS E. LANCASTER Pleasan Hill
A gricnltnre ,
Kappa Delta Pig Phi Sigma Pig Science
Clubg Assistant in Chemistry Laboratory.
Lois BOTTs V X '
VV. A. Ag El Ateneo.
RAYMOND FISCHER Blackburn
a Pi 5
NV. A. A.
Pi Kappa Sigmag Crescendo Club.
I ndeperz dence
Kappa Omicron Phig Student Council.
RUTH W. NICHOLS
Kappa Omicron Phig Y. W. C. A.
MRS. EMMA PHIPPS
MRS. ALMA S. ANDREWS
Kappa Delta Pig Crescend
Councilg Y. W. C. A.
Kappa Delta Pig Y. VV.. C.
Periclean Literary Society.
o 'Clubg Primary
A.g Science Clubg
MARION RAU Washington
President Alpha Sigma Alphag W. A. A.g
STEPHEN MAXWELL Warrensbnrg
President Sigma Tau Gammag Science Clubg
Editor-in-Chief Rhetor Staff.
HELEN STEVENS Warrensburg
Pi Kappa Sigmag Primary Club.
JOSEPHINE CHATHAM Warrensbnrg
Alpha Sigma Alpha.
CLAIRE CHRISTOPHER Warrensbnrg
GLADYS PULLEY Tipton
Alpha Sigma Alphag Primary Clubg Glee
GLEN RICE Warrensbnrg
"YV" Clubg Basket Ballg Football.
MARIE COOLIDGE Warrensbnrg
President Theta Sigma Upsilong Y. VV. C. A.
Periclean Literary Societyg Panhellenic.
A. A. g
HENRY SCHABERG Wellington
A gricnlture .
CENA M. GREINI Warrensbnrg
M nsic '
Pi Kappa Sigmag Alpha Phi Deltag Kappa
Delta Pi: Periclean Literary Societyg Cre-
NELL IMAN Slater
JAMES RUSSELL C liilliowee
' A gricnltnre
'AVVH Clubg Football '29g Basket Ball '27,
'28, Captain '29, M. I. A. A. All-Star Team
'29, M. I. A.iA. Record Holder for Points.
RAYMOND RoLL1Ns Worrensbnrg
Lois KENDRICK Knobnoster
DoRoTHY J. MCINTYRE Rich Hill
Y. VV. C. A.g Primary Councilg Periclean
VIVIAN DAVIS SHEPHERD Warrensbnrg
Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Pri Deltag Secretary
Beta Alphag Literary Editor Rhetor Staff.
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L. F. KINDER Marble Hill
MRS. L. F. KINDER Marble Hill
BOBBIE MCCLANAHAN Freclericlalown
H ome Economics
Kappa Omicron Phig Periclean Literary
CLARA REUSZER Jamestown
Kappa Omicron Phi Treasurerg Periclean
Literary Society Presidentg Kappa Delta Pi.
EDWARD STREET Peace Valley
ALBERTA MOORE Harrisorwille
Alpha Phi Deltag Periclean Literary Society.
ANNA G-RACE COLLINS Excelsior Springs
WILLIE PAINTER Warreiisbarg
V E STA
VESTA TETLEY Warrensbnrg
W. A. A.g Canearies.
LLOYD HENRY Warrensburg
EVELYN THOMPSON Walker
ROY BROWN Higginsoille
"W" Club, Football '25, '26, '27, M. I .A. A.,
All-Conference Team '26, '27, Track, M. I.
A. A. Champions '25, '26, '27,
LoLA WEEKS Linn
ALBERT LEE Garden City
A. W. MCCULLOUQH Independence
Kappa Delta Pig Phi Sigma Pig Theta Alpha
Phig Business Manager of Cvlee Clubg Cre-
scendo Clubg Science Club, Oratorical Con-
testg Teaching Fellow in Science.
BESSIE SLAYTON Lathrop
'PARKS HUDSON Warrensbnrg
I nditstrial Arts
BLANCHE EMRY Kansas City
Y. VV. C. A.g Science Clubg Sodalitas Latina.
PERCY G. MITCHELL Lexington
DOROTHY HILL Kansas City
' Beta Alpha. '
ORLYN KOXVERTZ Warsaw
Physics and Cliernistry
Pi Kappa Deltag Science Club.
URITH VVILHITE Grant City
Kappa Omicron Pi.
AGNES TAGGART Warrensbnrg
GRACE XVIDMAN I Clinton
Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Sigma Sigmag Pri-
mary Council. '
Dage 5 4
ORNEY SHELTON Worrensbnrg
MARY GRACE RICKETTS Warrensbitrg
NONA HALL Buckner
BESSIE WHITAKER I Maysville
EARL VV. PAGE C Independence
Phi Sigma Pig Theta Alpha Phi.
GLADYS INGLISH Chilhowee
Sigma Sigma Sigmag Kappa Delta Pi.
ELIZABETH SMISER Warrensbiirg
LOWELL BILLINGSLY Burlington Junction
P age 55
MRS. MARY H. LANE
G. W. HANNUM I
MARGUERITE VAN METER
Alpha Sigma Alphag Beta Alphag Crescendo
Clubg Art Editor Rhetor Staff.
Kappa Delta Pig Phi Sigma
Latinag National Guard.
Sigma Sigma Sigma.
Pi 5 Sodalitas
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J. C. ED
J. C. EDWARDS Smithville
Phi Sigma Pig Sigma Tau Gamma. i
ALBERTA CRAWFORD Lexington
DURA BRAME i 'Wi1idsor
Alpha Phi Deltag Y. W. C. A.g Primary Clubi -
HERSCHELL EDVVARDS Lowry City
Pi Kappa Deltag Sodalitas Latinag Rhetor
Staffg Student Councilg Debate Manager,
Science Clubg Business Manager Student.
MARY E. HOPKINS Hickman Mills
JAMES R. GARRISON Warrertsburg
Basket Ball '26, '27, '28, '29g Football '26, '27,
'28, "VV" Club '25, Most Popular man '28.
PHILLIP DE LA PORTE Chicago, Ill.
"VV" Clubg Football '28.
FERN HVILSON M aysoille
Theta Sigma Upsilong Y. VV. C. A.g Periclean
LLOYD HATFIELD Powersoille
MARGUERITE POTTER Sedalia
Theta Alpha Phig Y, VV. C. A.g Sedalia Clubg
Debate Teamg Periclean Literary Society.
ETHEL GRUEBEL Concordia
Vice President Pi Kappa Deltag Vice-Presi-
dent Kappa Delta Pig President Sodalitas
Latinag Alpha Phi Delta.
ERNESTINE SPANGENBERG Windsor
Sigma Sigma Sigmag Kappa Delta Pig Cre-
scendo Club. '
MARCIA HARNED Warrensbiirg
Periclean Literary Societyg Y. XV. C. A.
RUSSELL BRYANT Leelon
. Phi Sigma Pi.
lVlARION BRIGHT Warrensburg
Delta Sigma Epsilong Panhellenic.
MINNIE COOPER Warrensbnrg
Pi Kappa Sigma.
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E, MARION FARLEY Greenridge
EUGENE GUNN Higginsville
ANNA BELLE CONNOR Marshall
DARYL KANOY Warrensbnrg
' Industrial Arts
ARTHUR L. WYSS Russellville
M . D. STAMPS Pleasant Hill
K English A
WILLIAM J. LOXVREY Warrensbarg
NIONA NIOBERLY Clinton
L. D. BB
VERA RUSH Blairslown
ALBERTA GLASER Wyaconda
LESTER FIELDS Kansas City
MYRA BUMGARDNER Kansas City
MARY FRENCH Archie
FRANCES DAVIS Blairstofwn
EUNICE PULLIAM Lathrop
THOMAS CROSS Jejerson City
MARY GREEN Warrensbarg
L. D. BRANTLEY Warrensbarv
THOMAS E. CHAMBERS Appleton City MRS' C.
Science I '
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Physics and Chemistry r
Sigma Tau Gammag Phi Sigma Pi. '
CHRISTINE MOHLER Warrensbitrg
JAMES FERGUSON Warrensbitrg
ELIZABETH PARKINS Carrollton
Horne Econarnicss '
EVELYN REID Sta-ford
Foreign Languages -
IDA MAE MAHAN Knobnoster
NORMAN RANUM Barnett
' g Industrial Arts
NELLIE VYIOLETT ' Warrensbitrg j MRS- C-
DORRIS ROBINSON Warsaw ! I-ETA JO
H orrte Economics '
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MRS. C. Y. JONES , Warrensburg
HAZEL EUBANK V Amgfeg
KIRK MILER Cleveland, Ohio
NORA BREKEBEDE 'Carrollton
Foreign Languages .
MARTHA WESTERMAN Wellington
KATHRYN HATFIELD Warrensburg
JOHN BURNETT Warrensburg
EVA WEBB Bates City
MRS. C. J. HOGAN Norborne
LETA JOE SHELTON Warrensburg
LELAND KENNEDY Mendlm
FRANCES LAWSON Osborne
CLIFFORD DAVIS Adrian
ANNA MAE CROOKS Sedolia
VEVA BARBER Orrick
HAROLD PAINTER Dresden
NIADGE EMICK Urich
EDNA B. GIVENS Worrensbnrg
JOSEPHINE HEBEI, Holden
FREDERICK NIASEL St. Charles
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JOHN W. CROCKETT
ANNA K. GREENVVELL I
MRS. ANNA CANILON
FLORA LEE JACKS
M . W. DUSTON
GERALDINE STRATTON -
GEORGIA ZULAUE ,
DWIGHT L. MUTTI
MARY MARTHA MCCOLLOUGH
BESSIE DIXON Kansas City
MARGARET GOODSON Warrensbnrg
PAUL MCXIVILLIAMS Belton
LEONA SCHUSTER Cffwgill
MYRTLE POLLOCK Warrensbilrg
ELVIRA LINDEMAN Holden
MARGARET BENIGAR V Lowry City
MAUDE ESTES Warrensbnrg
JESSIE WHITE Sedalia
HELEN BUSICK Polo
as City JACK WILSON Jejfersoii City
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Belton DOROTHY MANN Sedalia
Cowgm GERTRUDE RYLAND X Odessa
yembmg VERNA HOEMANN Nevada
Holden RUTH BARKER Warrensbitrg
Wy City THELMA SMARR Warrerisbiirg
Physics and Chemistry.
'fensbufg LESTER DONAHOE Speed
Sedalia OPAL HATFIELD Powersville
Polo IRENE ELLIOT Blairstowii
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IDA HYATT Latour
H M athernatics
GRACE FARMER Carneron
FAYE NEWTON Magnolia
JOHN COBB Warrensbnrg
PAUL FRANSIIAM Adrian
MARY HOLIDAY Holden
IOLA CURD Gower
LOUISA Y ELTON Warrensburg
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MARGARET PULLIAM Adrian
OPAL SCOTT Powersville
PRESTON LANGFORD Warrensbnrg
ANNA MARIE CASE
ELLEN M ARKVVARD
ANNIE LAURIE CALHOUN
RUTH NOBLE Kansas City
MAX G. GRAF Warrensbnrg
M anital Training
LAURA YELTON Warrensbnrg
VVALLACE BOHANNAN Marshfield
MARGARET BRONAUGH Pleasant Hill
LEONE DOBSON Peculiar
ANETTA LOGAN Montgomery City
BERNICE XNAGLE Platte City
MARION DAVIS . Anlloille
MARGARET HINOTE A Harrisonville
DORRIS ROGERS Warrensburg
MATTIE IMAN Slater
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me ANNA B. ANDERS Smithville
GEORGIA LEE ALEXANDER Holden
MARY PRIEST Warrerisbiirg
' CULV VICTOR HOWARD Warrerisburg
L M e HAROLD MILIKEN Warrerisburg
Economics arid Commerce
nrwille ' DOROTHY SMITH Warsaw
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MARY V. YANCY
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CHESTER L. JACOBY
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MARY LOUISE HULL
O. L. ATHEY
M. L. DAY
B lne Springs
MARY LOUISE HARRIS
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J ejerson City
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ADOLPH LANGSTADT St. Charles
MARY SINGLE Uriah
VIOLA GEIGER Jamestown
RENA PUCKETT Mayview
JOE TIVIS Q Warrensburg
MYRTLE VOORHEES Belton
MARY ANNA SMALL T usournbla
MARTHA HALLAR Holden
OKU RIDGEXVAY Macon
MARY FRANCES DICK Warrensburg
ED. B. BOEN Lawson
OPAL MCNEAL Holden
HAZEL E. SNODGRASS Clarksburg
MARGARET BOLAND Warrensburg
RUBY JENNINGS Kring City
MARJORIE DOUTT Independence
NICHOLAS DUEEET Henrietta
BESSIE COLE Arnoret
C OLISTA DIEHL Butler, I ndlana
DOROTHY ATKINSON Eldon
XIVOODXVARD W. HARTRICK Butler
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LELAND WALLACE Warrensbnrg
PAUL JOHNSON Odessa
IRENE CHEATHAM Centerview
IRENE BEEGHLY Peculiar
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EDNA E, TRIBBLE Hatlsuilte
GREGORY CONNER Lamonte
J. L. COOPER Lexington
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MARY MAURINE WETZEI,
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MARY E. FEHMAN
MARY HARRIET ROOP
LULA MAY KATHERMAN
HERBERT PATTERSON Warrensbnrg
LOIS ALBIN Blairstown
VIOLET DODSON Calhoun
BEATRICE BETHEL Warrensburg
ZELPHA LAND Kansas City
NATALIE TODD Warrensbnrg
ARLOA CHAPMAN Grant City
MARGUERITE BLACKBURN Weston
VVALFRED JOHNSON I ronwood, Mtch.
CARLENE CLONTS Warrensbnrg
CHESTER BOYVLING Waynesville
RUBY HENDRICKSON Cleveland
RACHEL BRENNEISSEN Jejerson City
BESSIE PRIEST Warrensbnrg
MARY VIRGINIA HUMPHREYS Laredo
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HE Student Council of C. M. S. T. C. is made up of
three representatives from each of the four classesg
the President is a member of the Senior class. This is the
first year since the new revision and method of representa-
tion. This method provides for a more democratic repre-
It is the duty of the Council to sponsor all school
parties, and to voice the wants of the student body to the
faculty, and through which, on the other hand, suggestions
are conveyed from the faculty and institutions outside the
college to the student body.
Members of the Council serve as student members of
various faculty committees, and in this way are in direct
contact with the administration. 'It is evident that the
new plan has been a great improvement over the old one.
Much credit is to be given to the President, Mr. james Kirkpatrick, for the
success of the Council. ' ,V
jAMEs KIRKPATRICK .... . . President
JOHN C. MURPHY . . Vice-President
MYRA BUMGARDNER . . Secretary-Treasurer
DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DEAN W. E. MoRRoW MRs. O. L. HoUTs
D1cK, CLARK, REPP, ROOP, BUMGARDNER, GRAF
LYNCH, REED, HOFFMAN, MURPHY, MURDOCK, EDXVARDS
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Sewer Class Officers
KNAPP . HOGAN BANTA MURPHY
C. J. HOGAN . . President
JOHN MURPHY Vice-President
LYDIA KNAPP . Secretary
HELEN BANTA . Treasurer
' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
MAX GRAF ..... U . . . President
MYRA BUMGARDNER . . Vice-President
LOUISA YELTON . Secretary
PAUL MCWILLIAMS . , ..... Treasurer
MCWILLIAMS BUMGARDNER YELTON GRAF
Sophomore Clos! Ujieerf
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REPP HOTZ GILLUM SHOCKEY
CHARLES REPP . . President
GARVIN GILLUM . . Vice-President
' ELEANOR SHOCKEY . . Secretary
LILLIE HOTZ . . Treasurer
I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
WM. LYNCH ........ President
SAM GLASS . . . . Vice-President
DAISY CUNNINGHAM . Secretary
MARY ROOP . . . Treasurer
LYNCH Roo? CUNNINGHAM GLASS
LAURA L. RUNYON
TI-IE PURPOSE OE TI-IE LOCAL YWCA. IS TO PROMOTE
REI-IISIQUS ACTIVITY IN THE VARIOUS CHURCHES OE
THE CITY AND TO IHSEIRE YQUIYQ UIQIIEII OF
THE COLLEOE TO GREATER RELIGIOUS ITEVQTIOII.
THE YWCA HAS BEEN VERY ACTIVE UURIUQ
THE ENTIRE YEAR. IT HAS HELD INTERESTING AND
VARIED PROGRAMS EVERY THURSDAY AETERNOOIIAT
THESE IVIEETINGS FACULTY MEMBERS HAVE GIVEN
ADDRESSES WHICH REACH THE SPIRITUAL LIEE
AND PROMOTE CHRISTIAN FAITH AND CHARACTER
AS WELL AS INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT.
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RESHMAN girls walking backwards and going to the rear door B
of the Administration building? Our error, there are Sophomores, G
Juniors, and Seniors as well as Freshmen in that procession, and they
are not really moving backwards, they are only wearing their coats B
Is it their habit to move in this slow uncertain way? No, we soon H
find it is not, because we see them a few weeks later hiking to Pertle E
Springs with W. A. A. for a devotional and picnic. G
and dresses backwards. '
Then an Indian Pow-Wow given by Chief Redcheek because Chief B
Greencheek won the membership massacre. . 3
And again we find this group in the room adjoining Mrs. Hout's V
office every Thursday from three-thirty to four-thirty, studying the
Bible and enjoying Christian fellowship with one another.
Of course this lively group traveling so happily along a fourfold
life is none other than the Y. W. C. A. of Central Missouri State Teach-
ers College. F
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Y. w. c. A. CABINET 'Z
HELEN VIRGINIA GREIM ' X MARGUERITE VVALLACE.
CHRISTINE NEWKIRK VESTA TETLEY
BESSIE B. DIXON FREDA TURNER
DOROTHY BRYANT - .
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MRS. ALMA ANDRENVS
MRS. DURA BRAME
ANNA BELLE CONNER
MRS. BESSIE DIXON
NELLIE BLANCHE HAWN
LOIS ELLEN KELSO
OTTIEK BELLE STODDARD
MAURINE WETZEE -
PAULINE NELLIE COLE
EVA M. WEBB
RUBY H. GINGLES
VVhat is a rhetor and why is a rhetor? How many have read
our Rhetor without inquiry into the meaning of the word?
About a hundred years ago Grote in his History of Greece said:
l'Themistocles had received no teaching from philosophers, sophists
and rhetors, who were the instructors of well-born youths in the days
Obviously then a rhetor is a teacher, and the name becomes especi-
ally appropriate for the annual publication of a teachers college.
VVebster warns us, however, that a rhetor is "an orator and not a mere
But Grote uses the term rhetor co-ordinately with philosopher
and sophist. Now philosopher is defined as one who lives according
to the rules of practical wisdom. That fits the teacher. Chaucer
further illustrates the like condition of philosopher and teacher when
he says of the former:
"But al be that he was a philosophre
Yet hadde he but little gold in cofre."
The word sophist is also used as descriptive of rhetor and that is
a reflection,-or is it not? We think of the sophist as a false reasoner.
And would not that exclude them from the list of teachers? Plato
opposed the sophists because they took money for teaching. One
meditates on how much salaries have increased since Protagoras taught
for money. But Plato and Socrates gossiped about the sophists and
that would hurt any teacher.
Now if we may return to Themistocles and Thucydides I beg to re-
mind you 'that the former lived before there were rhetors. Themistocles
missed a great deal. Or, did he? Hel had no teachers, no degree, no
sixty-hour diploma. Was Thucydides greater than Themistocles be-
cause he had a rhetor? Hear the following statement from another
rhetor and philosopher: . .
In his Stones of Venice Ruskin says: "There is not at this
moment a youth of twenty, having received what we moderns ridicu-
lously call education, but he knows more of everything, except the
soul, than Plato or St. Paul didg but he is not for that reason a greater
man." Our Rhetor stands for education but is aware that the value
of a graduate is not established entirely by the grades he has made.
Our Rhetor also stands for efficiency, good character, and joy of living.
E. L. HENDRICICS, President
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TO FURTHER SOCIAL ACTION AND AT-'TER
ALL, wE MODERISS ARE Muck-1 LIKE Tl-HS
,ANCIENT Dub YAWTTOR WE LJSE THE SAME
CONTFQIVANCES TO GET THE SAME REACT-
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WE USE QUTTE DIFFERENT Kmms OF CLUBS
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The frefeende Club
HE purpose of the Crescendo Club is to cultivate an appreciation for better
music. Its members are students who are interested in music.
Meetings are held every second and fourth Monday of the month at the
home of Professor Utt. A musical program is given at each meeting which
usually pertains to one subject or to one composer.
This club Was organized in 1924 with a membership of twenty-three music
students. Its present enrollment numbers twenty-four.
Miss DOROTHY BLUNT PRoE. PAUL R. UTT
Miss EUGENIA DELLER MRs. PAUL R. UTT
MR. MAX MARTAIN
HELEN BANTA . . . . . President
ELEANOR SHOCKEY . Vice-President
LUCILE SCHULTZ . . Secretary
ELIZABETH CLARK . T reasnrer
ALMA FRAZIER . Sentinel
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RGANIZED in 1909, the Science Club has each succeeding year had a
large number of members and visitors at its interesting meetings. Members
of the Science Faculty, students specializing in Science, and Outside speakers
have made valuable contributions to the programs.
The 1928-29 programs have included the following: Book review of "The
Hunger Fighters" by Paul de Kruifg Dr. Stevens' investigations of the Shales of
the Florissant Valley in Coloradog Book review of "The Chemistry of Medicine."
Dr. H. H. Nininger of McPherson lectured to the Club in March on 'lDiS-
covering America," the story of a nine-month Nature Study trip with a group of
college students in thirty-live states, Mexico and Canada.
MAUDE C. NATTINGER . . . . . . . President
CLAIRE CHRISTOPHER . . . ' Q. . . Secretary-Treasurer
HAROLD PAINTER EUGENE SNAPP GLADYS GOOCH EVA VVEBB
RUSSELL BRYANT HELEN WILEY CLAIRE CHRISTOPHER SARAH WEBB
JOHN B. COBB NORA BEKEBREDE GEORGE ALEXANDER Ross TAYLOR
IRENE SALMON HARRY L. FLEETWOOD FRANCES DAVIS LAURA YELTON
FRANCES MOORE FRANK J. TXVEBB PERCY MITCHELL CHRIST SCHMITT
V ERNA HAMMOND ROY BALLARD VIRGINIA BEATTY R. LEE COOPER
MARY DUNBAR EMERSON L. SIMPSON C. J. HOGAN EUNICE PULLIAM
PAUL lViCXfVILLIAMS A. W. MCCULLOUGH ANGEL THRIG CHESTER IACOBY
L ATENEO, a new organ1zat1on on the campus was organmed 1n the fall of
1928. Its purpose is to further mterest 1n the study of Spanlsh The Club
meetmgs held twice each month center around Spanlsh hfe Smce the sponsor
M1ss S1le1', has taught in Porto RICO the Club reee1ves Hrst hand 1nformat1on
concernmg the life and customs of the Span1sh people
The Club colors are the nat1onal colors of Spam red and yellow
PERRY GIBBS .
MILDRED REED .
MISS NORA SILER
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ODALITAS LATINA is doing splendid work to propagate its faith. Through
programs in which extensive studies are made of manners, customs, beliefs,
dress, architecture, literature, and other phases of social, political, civic, domestic,
and religious life ofthe Romans, we hope to make known the wide range of interest
attached to the study of Latin and to augment every possible interest in it.
The project of the Club this year was to present in Chapel "Christus Parvu-
lus," the Christmas story. The conversations were entirely in Latin, but the
expression and tone emanating from the play could scarcely be surpassed in a
language more alive than Latin is said to be, not even in our own English.
Sodalitas Latina welcomes into its midst all'new adventures in the Latin
ETHEL GRUEBBEL . . . . President
JOSEPHINE HEBEL . Vice-President
ELIZABETH TANDY . Secretary
CHRIST SCHMITT T reasure "
HE Primary Council is an organization Whose purpose is the improvement
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of primary education through the co-operation of all those interested in primary
workg through the greater use of activitiesg greater freedom of methodsg and a
closer relationship with the Kindergarten and other grades. i
The primary council was organized in 1916 with a membership of twenty. S1
In 1924 it became affiliated with the National Council of Primary Education. T p
The present membership is forty-threeg regular meetings are held the first
and third Thursday of each month. The programs consist of informal discus- p
sions of problems of primary education, or addresses by faculty members. Social tl
activities such as parties and picnics are held occasionally, and the feature social l a
event of the year is the Kindergarten-Primary Banquet held every spring.
- OFFICERS f
Presideni ...... MADALYN ROBINSON 1
Vice-President . . . EUNICE PULLIAM 5
Secretary and Treasurer . . ANNA MAY CROOKS b
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Freffzmmz Ummzzfzb Club
HE Freshman Dramatic Club is an organization within the Freshman Class
designed to create and stimulate interest in dramatics and to give Freshmen
an opportunity to develop ability along that line. It has proved to be one of the
most outstanding clubs on the campus. It aims to interest students in the
study and production of good drama, and to give them practice in all phases of
play production. -
The Club has been sponsored by Miss Ruthe Banfield of the English De-
partment, and all productions were under her personal direction. Her Work in
this capacity was responsible for the finish and excellence which characterized
all the performances of the organization. '
Two major productions were presented during the year. The first was a
one-act play, f'The Trysting Place," by Booth Tarkington. It was given before
the student body and several local organizations. It was one of the most ap-
preciated and popular chapel programs of the year. '
The other feature production was f'Dulcy." This three-act play was selected
because of its immense success as a stock company royalty play. The Club
presented 'fDulcy" late in the spring quarter and was highly successful.
HE instinct of loyalty to the group, of supporting whatever achievement
the group tries to perform, has found expression in the organization of a
Pep Club to support whatever activities the school seeks to promote.
Such a group is the Caneary Pep Club, which seeks to co-operate with every
activity on the campus and to give its loyalty and support to all organizations.
For this purpose we see them taking trips with the football team, this year to
Qttawa and Springfield, in order to let the Mules know that the Spirit of the
School is with them. VVe see them sponsoring a Football Pep Luncheon at the
Cafeteria, prior to the Kirksville game, and we notice the increased enthusiasm
of students as a result. Pep radiates from them all over the crowd at basket
ball games, and their support is felt in the promotion of plays, forensic contests,
and all interclass athletic contests.
The Canearies are every year building a better organization with more far-
reaching purposes, and to eliminate any tendency to onesidedness, they have in
their membership girls from every department of the school.
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LTHOUGH the Sedalia Club is one of the newest organizations on the
campus, it is very active. lt seeks to enlist as members those students in
C. M. S. T. C. who are graduates of Smith-Cotton High School, Sedalia, Mo
At the first meeting the following officers were elected:
JACK XNILHITE . President
MARIAN ALLEN . Vice-President
MAURINE W ETZEL . Secretary
HAROLD W ILLIAMS' . Treasurer
RAYMOND XNILDER . . Reporter
MARGUERITE POTTER . . . Sergeant-at-Arms
Since each year brings an increased number of students from Smith-Cotton
High School we feel that this club will soon be one of the most outstanding
organizations on the campus.
-L. M. P
The Student fame!
President . . ..., MRS. C. J. HOGAN
Vice-President MRS. STEPHEN MAXWELL
Secretary . . MRS. FRANK WEBB
Treasurer MRS. DAN SNYDER
MRS. E. B. BROWN MRS. W. C. MORRIS MRS. ROLLA WOOD
N the Summer of 1907, Mrs. F. M. Walters, wife of Professor VValters,
invited the wives of the married men in School to her home across from
the Campus. A social hour was spentand an organization known as
the Dames Club was formed. For a number of years this group held
its meetings during the summer term only.
In 1917 a new organization was formed under the guidance of the
Faculty Dames, to which was given the name Student Dames instead of
Dames Club. Each quarter there has been at least one meeting of the
The purpose of the organization is to foster a spirit of friendliness
among the members, and to provide some social activity for them and
The outstanding event of this year was the picnic given by the
Student Dames to their husbands, on the lawn of the new home of
President and Mrs. Hendricks. It was the first opportunity for many
Of the members to see the home, and all were delighted with their visit.
GIDDY WHIRL THII FRATAND JORORITY LIFE
DATEJ' FORIVIALJ BANQUETJ' FUN NO END
BUT ONCE IN A XVHILE A NIGHT DEDICATED
A EEl A TO THAT ANCIENT ART OF CRAMIVHNG.
Kappa Delia TZ
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OFFICERS OF RHO CHAPTER
FRANK VVEBB ........ President
ETHEL GRUEBBHEL . . Vice-President
NANNIE ELLEN KEDIGH . . Secretary
OTIS LANCASTER . . Treasurer
PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS .... . Counselor
E. B. BROWN ANNIE HARRIS W. E. MORROW
E. A. COLLINS MAYME B. HARWOOD EDITH HOWARD
GLADYS Goss PRES. E. L. HENDRICKS MAUDE NATTINGER
PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS C. B. HUDSON MYRTLE DOWNS
AMYROOP WINNIE ASBURY LYDA HALE
GERTRUDE HOSEY CTau Chapterl
APPA DELTA PI is a National Honorary Educational Fraternity.
The fifty-five chapters are located in universities and colleges in
twenty-six states in the Union. .
The fraternity is consecrated to the maintenance of the highest
educational ideals and, at all times, it seeks to foster fellowship, scholar-
ship, and achievement in educational Work. Only those persons who
have given satisfactory evidence of their interest in social service, and
Whose scholastic standing ranks in the upper quartile of the institution,
are admitted to membership. I x
For the past five years, the fraternity has awarded a scholarship
to the member of the Sophomore class Who' has exhibited the highest
scholastic record and Who gives promise of professional service.
To those Freshmen in C. M. S. T. C. who have attained a high
scholastic record, Kappa Delta Pi yearly offers a certificate of attain-
Frequent meetings of the fraternity provide ample opportunity
for the exchange of ideas and for the promotion of fraternal fellowship.
-S. XN. and C. S.
Qppa Delia Ti
SCHMITT, KEDIGH, COOPER, DUNBAR
VVEBB, LANE, YVIDMAN, ALEXANDER, LANCASTER
NICCULLOUGH, BAILEY, ANDREXVS, SALMON, S. XVEBB, HOGAN ,
SPANGENBERG, BALLARD, GRUEBEL, INGLISH, SHEPHERD, LEDGERNVOOD
NEWMAN, HOFFBIAN, CRAXVFORD, GREIM, HEBEL, REUSZER
ufhfm Y-Viz' ilelia
V ERNA HOFMANN . . . President
MILDRED REED . . Vice-President
GERALDINE STRATTON . Secretary-Treasurer
ELIZABETH CALLAWAY MRS. FANITA-HOUTS
ANNIE G. HARRIS AMY RooP
GLADYS Goss MAYME HARwooD
LUCY BALL PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS
LOUISE MARTIN MAUDE C. NATTINGER
GERTRUDE HOSEY, Sponsor
LPHA PHI DELTA is the Honorary Sorority for Junior
College Girls of C. M. S. T. C. It recognizes and en-
courages scholastic attainments, personality, and ability for
Alpha Phi Delta was organized in 1922 at the Teachers
College at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Beta Chapter was
organized March, 1924, from Phi Delta Delta, the local honor-
ary sorority. The active membership is limited to girls having
between thirty and seventy-five hours work in the college who
can meet the entrance requirements. .Members who have more
than seventy-five hours become associate members.
The insignia of Alpha Phi Delta is a lighted torch with
the Greekiletters A CIP A on it. .
The special work accomplished this year has been the
starting of a juvenile loan library for rural schools, composed of
the books which have won the annual Newberry prize.
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FRENCH JAMESON STRATTONY HEBERLING DIAON HOFFMAN CROOKS HEBEL GRUEBBEL NEWMAN
WFISS STRA'I"lON ADCOCK A MOORE SNOWV HARRIS CUNNINGHAM TAINDX HOTZ SHEPHERD GREIM
page124 BEATTX BRAME BARNETT I' MOORE SALMON IHRIG IXEMPER
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MOHLER, IDOL, ALEXANDER, WEBB KEDIGH, REED, GOODSON, DUNBAR, NIARKXVARD, SPANGENBERG
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NATIONAL OFFICERI I
ROLLA F. VV OOD, Warrensburg, Mo. .G President
LOCAL OFF I C ERS
CIIRISI SCHMITT ........ President
CECIL HOGAN , Vice-President
OTIS LANCASTER . . Secretary
JOHN B. COBB . Treasurer
DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DR. E. A. COLLINS
DR. W. C. MORRIS - R. F. WOOD A
DEAN W. E. MCRROW F. W. URBAN
DR. G. W. STEVENS, Sponsor
HI SIGMA PI is a Teachers' Honorary Professonal Fraternity.
Alpha Chapter was established in the State Teachers' College at
Warrensburg, February 14, 1916. In the Spring of 1921, the fraternity
became national, another chapter being established in Bradley Poly-
technic Institute at Peoria, Illinois. Since that time chapters have
been established in Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg, Kansas,
and in George Peabody, Nashville, Tennessee. .To our knowledge Phi
Sigma Pi is the only undergraduate educational frate:nity in the United
Phi Sigma Pi is founded upon the basis of high scholarship and
with the avowed purpose of advancing educational ideals. It is social
only inasmuch, as it exists to meet the needs of close fellowship and
Social intercourse among men of like interests in education.
The past year we have added the names of twelve promising and
capable men to our chapter roll. Prof. F. VV. Urban was welcomed
into our fraternity at the Founders' Day Banquet held July 21, 1928.
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LANGFORD, PATGE, SCHMITT, LANCASTER
MCCULLOUGH, COOPER, HOGAN, STONE
JACOBY, CULWELL, DUFITETT, BRYANT
EDXVARDS, WEBB, D1xoN, COBB, CAULK
Kappa Ornzeron 'Phi I
Motto-"Prove all things and hold fast to that which is true." I
MISS JULIA HATZ MISS MARTHA LEE OSBORN
MISS GERTRUDE HOSEY MRS. W. R. COCKEFAIR
MRS. H. A. PHILLIPS
GRACE PENNY . . . . . President I
PEARL ROBERTS Vice-President y
LUCILE SCHULTZ . . . Secretary
EILEEN ANDERSON . . . Distaj Reporter
CLARA REUSZER . . . . Treasurer
MARGUERITE MURDOCK . . Student Council
APPA OMICRON PHI is a National Honorary Sorority. The
purpose of the organization is to further the interests of Home
Economics in four-year colleges.
We realize that the world needs Women who have attained intel-
lectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic poise. Further aims are-to
develop women with higher ideals of sane living, with a deeper appre-
ciation of the sanctity of the American home and with higher cultural
attainments. I ' A l
To be a member of Kappa Omicron Phi one must be a Junior
having an average of A in Home Economics, and an average of S in
other subjects. The active membership includes those having fifteen '
hours in Home Economics as a minimum requirement. The associate
members are those having no less than seven and one-half hours in
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NICHOLS, MURDOCK, MCCLANAHAN, PARKINS
PENNY, COOPER, ALEXANDER, REUSZER
PULLIAM, WILLHITE, Cxzooxs, SCHULTZ
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Missouri Delta NO. 59
Il National Dramatic Fraternity
Installed at C. M. S. T. C., February 26, 1926
l DR. E. A. COLLINS
I FACULTY MEMBERS
I MISS EUGENIA DELLER MISS AMY ROOP
I I I MISS MAUDE BEAMER MISS RUTH FITZGERALD
I I I I MISS lVlARGARET PITTMAN
-. ELIZABETH CLARK . . . . . . Presiderii
I . MYRA BUMGARDNER ..... Vice-President
Il MARY FRANCES DICK . . . Secretary
I' CHESTER L. JACOBY ...,.... Treasurer
l HE purpose of Theta Alpha Phi is to increase interest in dramatics through capable presen-
tation of distinctive plays. It enables Students to develop any talents they may possess.
Qualihcations for membership are based on ability and character. Missouri Delta Chapter
III is enjoying a period of prosperity and welcomes several promising new members.
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Honorary Art Fraternity of C, M. S. T. C,
Founded in 1924
MAYME B. HARWOOD GLADYS Goss
MARIE TODD EUGENIA DELLER
SGRORES IN URBE
MRS. SAM BASTON ' 'X MRS, ADDIE FLANNERY
CHRISTINE MOHLER ..,. . . President
NORMAN RANUM ..... Vice-President
VIVIAN DAVIS SHEPHERD . Secretary
MARGUERITE VAN METER ....... Treasurer
ETA ALPHA is an honorary fraternity for students majoring or minoring in art. Its purpose
is to foster an interesting and appreciative growth in the many phases of art. The members
realize that art for art's sake is quite worth while. May they go out into the World as patriotic
teachers filling the hearts of Young America with beauty.
GIBSON, CROCKETT, PULLIAM, SHEPHERD, MOHLER, VAN METER
MURRAY, KINSER, JONES, HILL, RANUM, HEBEL
HE year 1929 set a new standard for Central Missouri State
Teachers College debating squad. The debate Question for the
year was the Pi Kappa Delta question: "Resolved: That some sub-
stitute for the jury System should be adopted." At the present time
there have been seven debates between Warrensburg teams and Schools
in the vicinity. '
The debate season for the year opened with a dual debate with
Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar, Missouri. The negative team travel-
ing in both cases. The team going to Bolivar was composed of Carl
Kruger and Orland Kowertz. The affirmative team, composed of
Esther Morris and Paul Johnson, represented the college locally.
The next was another dual debate with Westminster College,
Fulton, Missouri. Orland Kowertz and Paul Johnson went to Fulton.
Esther Morris and Marguerite Potter upheld the affirmative here.
The next debate was with Alva, Oklahoma Teachers College. Esther
Morris and Paul Johnson were able to secure the decision for War-
The outstanding debate up to this date was the one with the Kan-
sas City Law School. Esther Morris and Marguerite Potter comprised
the' affirmative team in Kansas City winning a two to one decision
against the lawyers. This was the first time they had been defeated
at home this year. The majority of our debates, however, have been
conducted on the English plan of debate, Non-decision. We find that
this lowers the cost of holding debates, and, therefore, we are able to
have more debates. ' W
There are three debates remaining on our schedule, with the pos-
sibility of several more. These are with Kansas City Law School,
Alva Teachers College, and University of Missouri. The debate tourna-
ment is to be held at Cape Girardeau about the middle of May. This
is a new plan, and it is expected to be a very successful way to settle
the inter-school debate question. There is a cup to be won by the
Tl' figzlbpal ilefia
HE membership of Pi Kappa Delta is composed of both men and women
who have participated in either intercollegiate debate or oratory. It is
the aim of this fraternity to promote interest and efficiency in public speaking
by conferring upon deserving candidates a badge of distinction, proficiency
and honor, varied and graded according to merit and achievement.
The Missouri Eta Chapter was reinstated last year after being suspended
for two years. A representative was sent to Des Moines, Iowa, to the con-
vention. Mr. Clifton johnson represented this chapter in oratory. This year
the following people are eligible tomembership: Esther Morris, Marguerite
Potter, Paul Johnson, Orland Kowertz, and Carl Kruger.
KOYX'ERTZ, C. JOHNSON, EDYVARDS, MORRIS
P. JOHNSON, POTTER, LANGFORD, CRAIG, KRUGER
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Founded at Emporia, Kansas
Nu Chapter installed January 5, 1929
MISS EUGENIA DELLER
MISS JESSIE CULP MISS DOROTHY BLUNT
MRS. G. G. HOPKINS MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS
MRS. C. B. HUDSON
SORORES IN URBE
MISS GRACE DUNLAP MISS LENA MURRAY
MISS WINIFRED ASBURY MISS MARY SIMPSON
ANNA BELLE CONNOR
SORORES IN FACULTATE
MISS VVINIFRED ASBURY
ODDIE BELLE STODDARD
MARY LEE MARKSBURY
VERA LEE RUSH
lzem Sigma 10511072
NIURRAY, PICKARD, FARMER
STODDARD, COOLIDGE, RUSH, VVILSON
KINSER, CONNOR, KINNE, M. GLASER
lXfICDONALD, OTTO, MARKSBERRY, SCHUSTER
Ylelfez Szggrnez Ojofzfon
Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1914
Psi Chapter installed April, 1927
MISS GERTRUDE HOSEY
MRS. L. J. SCHOFIELD MRS. HUGH GILKERSON MRS. JOHN G. MILLER
MRS. E, L. HENDRICKS MRS. W. L. CHANEY MRS. MAUDE VVARNICK
SORORES IN URBE
IVIARGARET HARDEY MRS. CASKEY SETTLES
SORORES IN FACULTATE
MISS PAULINE HUMPIIREYS MISS MARGARET PITTMAN
MISS ELIZABETH CALLAWAY MISS SHIRLEY HULSE
ANGEL IHRIG ....... . . President
MARY MARTHA MCCOLLOUGH ..... Vice-President
COLISTA DIEHL . . . . . . , Chaplain
SHIRLEY HULSE . . . . Recording Secretary
GENEVIEVE REPP . . Corresponding Secretary
MARION BRIGHT . . . . Treasurer
' RENA CRUMLEY ....... Sergeant-at-Arrns
D CHARTER MEMBERS
ADELLE HUNT LE LOIS HOLLAND ZINK NADYNE LAWRENCE
ALICE VINCENT DOROTHY ETZENHAUSER ERMA LEE BRADEN
DRUSILLA RABER FLORENCE HELTON MARION BRIGHT
RACHEL HOFFMAN AGNES SULLIVAN MARGARET PITTMAN
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SMARR, ARMENTROUT, GLENN, I1-xR1G -
GIBSON, TURNER, NICCOLLOUGH, SECHRES1-
DIEHL, HOFMANN, REPP, BUSICK
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Founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, 1894
Lambda Chapter installed 1920
MISS ANNIE GARDNER HARRIS
MRS. MONT DRAPER MRS. C. G. GILLILAN MRS. G. W. STEVENS
MRS. F. L. BONDURANT MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS
SORORES IN URBE
VVINNIE TERRELL MILDRED MYRES LASS HELEN WOOD
ELIZABETH VVOOD MARGARET IVIAXWELL ETHEL MAXWELL
j SORORES IN FACULTATE
MISS ARUBA B. CHARLTON MISS AMY ROOP MISS MAYME B. HARWOOD
ELLEN BALDXVIN EDA FORD ELVADNEY BRONVN
ESSYE CLOUSER ARUBA B. CHARLTON DOROTHY EWEN
IVA HACKETT ANNIE G. HARRIS MAYME HARWOOD
JULIET HUGHES MINTA JACOBS EVA LEWERS
MARY IVIALLINSON GOLDETH MYRES MILDRED MYRES
WILLY PALLETTE BLANCHE POTTER HELEN PERRY
LENA SHELLEY AGNES SHIRLEY BESSIE SPRINKEL
WINNIE TERRELL LOUISE MICHAELIS WILLIE WRIGHT
ELIZABETH HENDERSON BERTHA HERFURTH
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PARKINS, ACHAUER, DUNBAR, GREIM, HAYNES, Ancoclc, ROBINSON, QUINKER, HARRIS, HUMPHREYS, CLARK,
1 SHOCKEY, STUBBLEFIELD, COOPER, PowE1.L, GIBSON, STEVENS, DOTSON, WINN, CRANVFORD, Dlcx,
Page I3 GRUEBBEL, ROOP, JONES, HART
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Founded at Farmville, Virginia, 1901
Zeta Zeta Chapter installed 1919
MRS. MAUDE C. NATTINGER
MISS LUCY BALL ' MISS
MRS. N. M. BRADLEY MRS
MISS RUTH FITZGERALD MRS
MRS. THEODORE SHOCK
SORORES IN URBE
MISS LYDIA HALE
MRS MARION ZACHARAY
MRS. MARION PARKER
MRS. R. M. WARNICK
MRS. LESLIE MCMEEKIN
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E. L. HENDRICKS
H. H. RUSSELL, JR.
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M. HULL, RAU, M. L. HULL, THOMSON, BRYANT, C1-:ATI-IAM, C. OGLESBY, GXVINN, HEBERLING, BRENHEISEN, X7AN
METER, REID, MANN, Z. LAND, GOLAY, RYLAND, E. LAND, RAMSEY, GREENXVOLD, HALLAR, PULLEY, H. OGLESBY
Sigma Szgma Sigma
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Founded at Farmville, Virginia, 1898
E. N. JOHNSON
H. H. BASS
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J. R. HOUX
C. F. HAGEMEYER
MAMIE CLAIRE WALKER
Nu Chapter installed 1915
MISS MARIE TODD
MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS
MRS. JAMES I. ANDERSON
MRS. A. A. LOBBAN
SORORES IN URBE
MRS. SYDNEY MOORE
MISS ANA CHRISTOPHER
MISS FLORENCE CHRISTOPHER
MISS MELINDA F. JOHNSON
MISS MARY REDFORD
MRS. A. L. SMISER
SORORES IN FACULTATE
MISS GLADYS GOSS
FLORA COCKRELL I
T. E. CHEATHAM
J. H. CHRISTOPHER
B. F. SUMMERS
C. L. JOHNSON
F LEETA ALLWORTH
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CHAPMAN, NEAL, MARKXVARD, INGLISH
SPANGENBERG, VANDER LINDEN, MORRIS, SMISER
THRAILKILL, GRAHAM, TODD, C. JONES, CALHOUN
SETZLER, CRAVVFORD, BURRIS, WEIDMAN, D. H. JONES
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Jlloiio-By Our Efforts, VVe Hope to Rise
Colors-Pink and White
President . . . . . CLARA REUSZER
Vice- President . MARY VIRGINIA HUMPHREYS A
Secretory . . . . . HELEN BUSICK
Treasurer . ELIZABETH IDOL I 'IZV
Chaplain , . EDNA GIVENS I 'I'I'4 i
Historian ANNA MAY, CROOKS
Sponsor . MIss JULIA HATZ I
N spite of the problems that usually confront an organization of this
sort, the Periclean Literary Society has remained very active through- ' ji
out the year. Our Fall initiation took the form of a "kid" party and our
Winter initiation that of a line party to the theatre. y A
The programs have been varied and very interesting. Among the
outstanding ones were "Tips from the Trenches," "Madame Howcanshe, A W
the Great Magician and Medium," and the imposing wedding of Miss g
Perry Clean to Mr. C. M. Estecee.
The annual Periclean play is given in the Spring, and intensive
work is being put upon it. The last year's play was "The Importance l
of Being Earnest."
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LAURENCE, TANDY, SCHULTZ, FILE, S1-IABACK, HENDERSON, RICKETTS, SMIZER
WILEY, SHOCKEY, HOTZ, IDOL BORN, BUSICK, WILSON, PULLIAM
BRYANT, BUMGARDNER, REED, SCI-IUSTER, BARBER, BARNETT, HART, GOODSON
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RUSSELL COACH REID BROWN
HEathletic season of 1928-29 has been entirely successful. With the com-
pletion of the new West Campus Stadium, athletics has taken a decided
boost, and more pep and enthusiasm has been exhibited, both on the part of
the students and the town people than ever before.
This is Coach Reid's sixth year at Warrensburg, after being graduated
from K. U. in 1920, where he starred in football and track for three years, he
assumed the mentorship of the athletic teams at Atchison, Kansas. After two
years of successful coaching there, he went back to his Alma Mater to be End
Coach. The following year Warrensburg persuaded "Tad" to pilot the Mules,
and he has been at C. M. S. T. C. ever since, turning out winning teams every
year. His teams have won enough championships to satisfy two ordinary men,
but not 'lTad."
The Captain of the basket ball team this year was james "Red" Russell,
and an abler leader could not have ben selected. It was "Red" who con-
sistently cleared the path to victory when the going was rough. Not content
with nearly winning a championship for the Mules and with winning a place
for himself on the all-conference team, 'lRed" clearly showed his superiority
by setting a record in scoring for future basket stars to shoot at. This was
"Red's" third year in C. M. S. T. C. uniform. 9
Kenneth "Mike" Brown is closing an unusually brilliant athletic career.
For four years he has been an outstanding star on Muletrack and football
teams. Coming here in 1924 from the Higginsville high school, where he and
brother Roy put the name Brown in the Who's Who of athletics, Mike con-
vinced M. I. A. A. coaches that he was even better in college circles than in
high school. For three successive years he has been selected as end on the all-
conference football team. Besides that enviable record, he has three gold track
shoes, emblematic of three conference championships, to show his sterling worth
on the cinder path. And to fittingly reward his brilliant efforts, he has been
accorded the honor, of being elected captain of two teams, football and track,
in one year. ' '
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HE "XV" Club is made up of those men who have made a letter on one of
the teams, either football, basket ball, or track. The purpose of the Club
is to promote good fellowship, to encourage good sportsmanship, and to uphold
the high standards Of the College. '
KENNETH BROWVN . . . . . President
JACK XNHITEMAN . Vice-President
CLYDE COOPER . . Secretary-Treasurer
JAMES R. GARRISON
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PHILLIP DE LA PORTE. "Red," Chicago
This was his first year as a Mule, but no more
could be expected of an old Mule than he delivered.
JIM BOB GARRISON. Wawensburg
"Chicken" was the only man that could play any
position and play it Well.
KENNETH BROWN. "Mike", Hfiggflnsville
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Mike was rnade the 1928 Captain, and his fine
spirit and fight spurred the team to give their best
STEVE CHILDRESS. Archie
"Chilly" was drafted, but could have produced no
better, had he played many other seasons.
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VERNON KENNEDY, Mendon Q
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M. I. A. A. All-Conference Team '26 '27 '28.
110112 The greatest athlete C. M. S. T. C. has ,every pro-
EMIL VEST, Grandview
an "Swat," a great player that did not often get to
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show his Wares, but we expect him to prove them
WARREN HAMM, Sedalia
fine T w Hamm has great promiseg We expect great things
best i . of him in the future.
GLENN RICE, Warrensbzarg
'Riceyf' a little, but mighty man is he, as can be
proven by those that opposed him.
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l HERBERT SCROGGS. W arrensburg
He is only a Freshman, but watch him next year,
he will do big things.
JOHN WHITEMAN. Richmond
M. I. A. A. Quarterback '28. Enough has been
Said when you say,i 'IA true Whiteman".
JAMES RUSSELL. Chilhofwee
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"Red" was a hard fighter and was always ready
to fill any place on the team.
CHARLES REPP. Centerview
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LELAND KENNEDY. Mendon
"Bill" has that old iight, and'is.a great player,
but has been given little chance to show his great-
RAYMOND WILDER. Sedalia
Wilder, aifreshman that was afraid of no one, and
who furnished the fun for the squad.
CHARLES W 1LL1AMs. H awisonville
"Chuck", a worthy successor to big brother Billg
much is expected of him.
DAN BEALs. North Kansas City
M. I. A. A. Second Team '28. The best fresh-
man center ever produced at C. M. S. T. C.
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NDER supervision of Coach Reid, the Mules of Central Missouri State
Teachers College filed out to the VVest Campus for football practice early
in the fall. W7ith eleven letter-men. back and forty-one in all reporting for football,
the outlook for 1928 was bright.
The weather for early workouts was ideal for reducing the team's belt line,
and after a month of hard work Coach Reid, with Roy Brown at work on the
backfield, had the team in good shape.
The season was quite successful, even though we ended in fourth place in
the Conference. Old
for he certainly gave
Man Vlfeather seemed out of humor with C. M. S. T. C.,
us seas of mud in which to play.
September 28 Central College at Warrensburg ..... . . . W'on 7
October 12 Drury College at Springfield. . . Won 6
October 19 Kirksville at Warrensburg. .... Lost 6
October 27 Ottawa University at Ottawa. . Won 6
November 2 Cape Girardeau at Warrensburg. . . . . . . . Won 25
November 9 Springheld at Springfield ...... Lost 0
November 16 Maryville at Maryville. ....,.. Tie 0
November 29 William Jewell at Liberty. . . Tie 0
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PHILLIP GOULT, Guard
Phil played in almost every game of the season,
and showed excellent basket ball in all. He is one
of the most dependable players on the team. He
will be here next year and is expected to better
this year's record.
. JAMES CREDD RUSSELL, Center
Russell, the lanky, red haired center, set a new
conference ,record in individual scoring this year,
and his play throughout the season completely
indicated the faith his admirers have had in him.
Besides being the lead-ing scorer of the conference,
"Red" was a unanimous choice for the all-star
team. This was Russell's third year of competition,
and Mule supporters can rejoice in the fact that
he will be back next season. As a tribute to his
athletic ability and his Sportsmanly bearing, both
on and off the- court, "Red" was elected the 1928-
29 Captain. R S
EUGENE MALONEY, Center
Big and rugged, possessing plenty of speed and
an unerring eye, Eugene Maloney put fear in the
hearts of opposing guards this year. Maloney has
improved with every game, which fact speaks
promisingly for the two years he has ahead of him.
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JAMES LOUPE, Forward
Loupe came to Warrensburg from the School of
Mines, at Rolla, where he starred in football,
basket ball and track. He became eligible soon
after the season opened and never failed to render
a good account of himself. jim has two more
seasons in which to star as a Mule, this being his
HENRY SAMPLE, Forward
Another promising freshman to make his debut
this year was "Hank" Sample. Tall and rangy,
with an accurate eye for the basket, Sample gave a
good account of himself, although he was forced to
make a late start due to sickness. Hank has three
more'years ahead of him as a Mule.
JAMES R. GARRISON, Forward
"jim Bob" Garrison is well known to Mule
fans. Finishing his fourth year on the team, he
leaves a record of which he can be proud. His
head-work and knowledge of team play, while,
perhaps, not apparent to the casual onlooker, was
of incalculable aid to his mates. Jim Bob's
presence will be sorely missed next year.
DELBERT PETRE, Guard
One of the most important cogs in this year's
machine was Delbert Petre. "Pete," again this
year as before, bewildered his opponents, and de-
lighted home crowds with his lightning-like dribbles
down the court. Petre was also selected for the
all-Conference team. He has yet another year with
RICHARD GORRELL, Forward
This year's squad abounded in freshmen of ster-
ling ability, not the least of Whom was Dick
Gorrell. Although rather small, he was an excellent
man to aid team play. He was of the rare type
that prefers to pass rather than shoot. Much is
expected of Gorrell during his next three years.
GLENN RICE, Guard
Rice is another veteran of the court. This was
his third year on the team, and, as ever his play
was consistent and dependable. "'Ricie" dis-
played remarkable grit by playing most of the
season with a broken Wrist. Despite this handicap
he was undoubtedly one of the best defensive men
on the squad. Glenn will be back again next year
to harry opposing sharpshooters. -
. RAYMOND WILDER, Guard
Wilder, a freshman, Won a place for himself
in the hearts of the home fans by his aggressiveness
and his sterling defensive ability. What he lacked
in stature he fully offset by his speed and fight.
'With three years of court play ahead of him,
VVilder should easily develop into one of the best
guards in the conference.
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The 1928 championship track team was composed of Captain Townsend,
mile and two-mile rung Captain-elect Kenneth Brown, 440-yard and relays,
Vernon Kennedy, decathlon Champion, Manual Humphrey, 100-220-yard
dashes and relavsg Jack Wilson, 100-220-yard dashes and one-half mile relay,
Roy Brown, 440-yard and relays, Cecil Boyd, discus, javelin, and broad jump,
Harold Davis, shot-put and javelin, Bill Williams, hurdles and broad jump,
Herbert Al-bers, pole Vault. i
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g SCHEDULE OF MEETS
April 4 Wentworth Military Academy . . Won
y April 13 Haskell Indians at Lawrence . . . lfVon 66-65
Kennedy, high point man, 20 points.
May 4 William Jewell College at Liberty . . . , Won 93-30
Kennedy, high point man, 19 points.
May 11 Triangular Meet at Warrensburg -. . . lrVon 975
Kirksville 52Mg Maryville 21.
Kennedy, high point man, 13M points.
May 17-18 M. I. A. A. Meet at lNarrensburg ..... Won 66
VV. Fite of Springheld, high point man.
K. BROWN, M. HUMPHREX'S, V. KENNEDY, R. BROWN
V Mile Relay Team
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HE State meet was held at Warrensburg on May 17-18. Warrensburg
won with a total of 66 points, Springfield, second with 46 points, Kirksville,
third with 27 points, Cape, fourth with 235 Maryville, fifth with 11M points.
The meet was very interesting because several M. I. A. A. records were
broken. W. Fite broke the record in the mile runtyin 4 minutes 31M seconds.
Kennedy bettered his old record in the javelin with ag throw of 196 feet 10 inches.
The mile relay team composed of R. Brown, V. Kennedy, M. Humphrey, and
K. Brown set a new record of 2 minutes 32M seconds. Captain Dudley Town-
send and CaptainfW. Fite of Springfield furnished thrills when they ran neck
and neck in three races. ,
The Mules have carried off every cup that has been given in the State
meet for the last three years with the exception of the high point cup last year,
it went to the Springfield leader, W. Fite. !
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OLLY Ball held first place in sport popularity this year. This was due to the competent
manner in which Fern Stubblefield, Volley Ball Manager, conducted pratices and Tourna-
Everyone attending three practices a week for six weeks was eligible to play in ,the color
tournament. Four color teams were selected and the tournament began. The Yellow Team,
with Lena Mae Stratton as captain, managed to win the Tournament with six victories and no
defeats. , ' '
BASKET BALL '
ASKET BALL was a popular indoor sport during the winter. About forty girls reported
for practice. Three class teams were selected.
The Interclass tournament was held February 22 and 23. The Sophomore team,
with Emma Stigall as Captain, won the Championship with the exceptional record of no defeats.
Irene Brooks, as manager, is responsible for the excellent manner in which the tournament
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EVERAL weeks of strenuous practice and then three evenly-matched teams battled for the
Soccer Championship in the Interclass tournament. After five class games the junior-
Senior's Team were declared champions, when they defeated the Freshmen 2-1
. Helen Mothersead was captain of the winning team and Leta jo Shelton was manager of the
HIS year the regular gym class covered work in marching, exercises, stunts, and relays.
A special class in advanced marching and stunts was held twice a week for students
especially interested. This class was divided into two squads for competitive work.
Margaret Smith and her squad won the contests in both marching and stunts. Madalyn
Holtzen was the competent manager of the special work in marching and stunts.
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HE XVomen's Athletic Association was organized for the purpose of en-
couraging high physical efhciency and promoting an interest in physical
activities among the women of C, M. S. T. C.
Many activities were sponsored by W. A. A. throughout the past year. In
the fall, a soccer tournament was held. Basket ba'l and volley ball were the
supreme interests in the winter, and in the spring baseball, track, and tennis held
sway. Interclass competition was usually the basis of our contests, the winners
.bein g given awards.
Besides these physical activities, W. A. A. also held two banquets which were
huge successes. During the basket ball season, the organization sponsored a
pep dinner at the College Cafeteria, for the purpose of arousing pep for the
Springfield games. VV. A. A. has not sponsored such a gathering before, but we
hope that it will become an annual affair.
FERN LEDGERwooD ...... . . President
MARGUERITTE WALLACE .... Vice-President
MARY CROOKS V ........ Secretary
HELEN SVVISHER ....... Treasure
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