University of Toledo - Blockhouse Yearbook (Toledo, OH)
- Class of 1931
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Published by 'the
STUDENTS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF TOLEDO
TO E o o o
H' is our molive in publish-
ing The "Blockhouse" +0 pre-
senl' +o The s+uden+ body of
'rhe Universily of Toledo an
annual which we hope will
rank among The besi of col-
lege annuals and which will,
a+ 'lhe same lime, bring back
inrimare and cherished mem-
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Now l'ha+ our work is fin-
ished, we exrend our appre-
ciafion To all who have so
earnesfly helped in The prep-
ara+ion of Jrhis annual.
Wi+h grear pleasure and
pride, "The Bloclchouse Sfaffu
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The Universiry, "The Block-
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fine example of chrisfian
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us as an inspiraiion and
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. Aclminisrrarive Officers
l HENRY J. DOERMANN . . . .............. President
LEE W, MACKINNON .................... Dean of Administration
DAVID W. HENRY ...... Dean of Education and Acting Dean of Arts
CLAIR K. SEARLES .... ...... D ean of Business Administration
PAUL W. STANSBURY ..... ..... A cting Director of Graduate Study
l Board of Direcfors
. STEPHEN K. MAHON ........... A- ...... . ..... President
Mas. ELIZABETH CHAMBERLAIN .......... .......... S ecretary
F William P. Clarke Albert H. Miller Dr. S. R. Salzman
I George F. Dowd J. B. Nordholt Cletus V. Wolfe
l LUCILLE E. MACK .... .............. ............. C I erk
Dr. Henry J. Dloermann
R. HENRY' J, DOERMANN, president of the University of Toledo,
truly exemplifies the spirit of progress. The new University of
Toledo stands as a monument of the fact that he has fulfilled all the
plans of such men as Jessup W. Scott and Dr. John W. Dowd could
only dream of. His valuable foresight and business comprehension aided
him in showing the people of Toledo the necessity of having a new uni'
versity which would afford excellent educational opportunities for every'
one. Due to his earnest faith and belief in a municipal university, the
University of Toledo has attained a prominent niche in the scholastic
world and is steadily gaining new places of recognition. Dr. Doerf
mann's fame is not confined to Toledo and the university alone as is
evidenced by the fact that the American Association of Urban Universif
ties elected him president of that group to lead them toward the per'
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i Dean Lee W. MacKinnon
Q ROBABLY the most interested, interesting person at the University of
Q the City of Toledo is Dean Lee W. MacKinnon who is vice-
i president of the university, dean of administration, director of the junior
y college, and chairman of the faculty committee on attendance. His
i cheerful attitude toward everyone, his tact, friendliness, and his capacity
i for doing any work that he might attempt has won him a place of reverf
ence in the heart of each and every student He is to he especially lauded
for the splendid way that he took charge of moving into the new uni'
versity. This task was done so quickly and efficiently that few realize
the labor required to accomplish it. The students' interest ranks first in
all that Dean MacKinnon does and he pays especial attention to the
seemingly little things which may mean a great deal in regard to some
students' comfort and welfare.
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Wisdom Comes To Us
T HE wind blew from the hilltops into the valley. Told
of the things it had seen out and beyond. Breathed of
the value of knowledge in the world of endeavor. Sung
of the sweetness of victory over full hardships. Wind
of the ages come to us.
Wisdom come down from the teachers unto the learn'
ers. Tells of the things it can do pitted against problems.
Breathes of the strength of knowledge in the world be'
youd college of tomorrow. Sings of the power of pref
paredness over blind progress. Wisdom of the sages come
-FRANKLYN R. HAWKINS.
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1 Professor of Biology
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l University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D,, 1917
f ' John B. Brancleberry, M.A.
1 Professor of Mathematics
Mt, Union College, B.S., 1913
1 Ohio State University, M.A., 1915'
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1 Charles J. Bushnell, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
':' University of Chicago, Ph.B., 1898
University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1901
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Professor of Education
University of Toledo, B.S. in Education and M.A.
Ohio State University, Ph.D.
' 1 Lorain Forfney, Ph.D.
Professor of Commerce and Law
West Virginia University, A.B. and LL.B., 1900
University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., 1903
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Stare Normal College, Emporia, Kansas, B.A., 1911
Colurnlzia University, M.A., 1915
O. Garfield Jones, Pl1.D. y
Professor of Political Science l
Ohio Wesleyan, B.S., 1912 l
University of California, Ph.D., 1919 X
Henry Royer Kreicler, Ph.D. yi
Professor of Chemistry '-,9 l
Franklin and Marshall College, A.B., 1898, and L
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johns Hopkins University, Ph.D., 1910 ,
Felipe Molina, A.M. 1
Professor of Spanish l
Instituto Nacional de Oriente, Nicaragua, Bl., 1899
The University of the City of Toledo, A.M., 192-1
Frank E. Nurse, Ph.D. f
Professor of Modern Language and Philosophy 1
Dixon College, A.B., 1898 '
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University of Heidelberg, Germany, Ph.D., 1908
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Dean of Pharmacy Divisiong Professor of Pharmacy
and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Ohio Northern University, Ph.G., 1900, and
Clair K. Searles, Ph.D.
Professor of Social Sciences
University of Nfichigan, M.A., 1921g B.A., 1913,
Augustus W Treihen PhD
Pro essor ol Psychology
University 0 WIYCOWSITI AB 1899
Clark University PhD 1904
Guy Edward Van Sickle, M.A.
Professor of Chemistry
Ohio State University, B.A., 1909, and M.A., 1911
Robert Naylor Wlniieiord, Ph.D.
Professor of English Literature
XVabash College, A.B., 1890, M.A., 1892
and Ph.D., 1893
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Walter F. Brown, B.S. l 1
School of Science and Teclznology. Pratt Institute,
University of tlte City of Toledo, HS., 1924
Kaiherine Easley, MA,
Rlictoric and Literature
Dean ofWome11j Indiana University AB. and
ri' M.A., 1913
George Fullerion Evans, A.M.
Dean of Bien, Harvard University, A.B., AIM.
Almeda May Jdnney, M.A.
University ofMicl1iga1i, AB., 1908
Columbia University and Teachers College.
M.A., 1915 I
Edward J. Lorenz, Ph.D. .
University of Cincinnati, AB., 1911, and 1 1
California Institute of Teclmology, Ph.D., 1926
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Highland Park College, B.M.E,, 1905
Paul W. Sfansbury, M.A.
Eclucation and Psychology
Wesleyan University, B.S., 1921
Ohio State University, M.A.
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University of Illinois, A.B., 1913
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Ohio State University, B.M.E.
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Western Reserve University, AB., 1926, an
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University of the City of Toledo, B.S.
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University of Heidelberg
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State Agricultural College, Holland, B.S., 1921, 1
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Rutgers University, M.SC., 1925
University of Wiscoiisiii, Ph.D., 1929
Harold Granf Oddy, Pl1.D.
McMaster University, B.A. and M.A., 1920
University of Toronto, M,A., 1921
University of Toronto, Ph.D., 1923
Delos M. Palmer, E.E.
Physics and Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan, B,S. in EE., 1921
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3 Q University of Chicago, Ph.D.
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l University of Cliicago, A.B., 1911g A.M., 1913
K W. Sherman Smith, M.S.
l Instructor of Civil Engineering
1 Purdue University, B.S.C.E.,
University of the City of Toledo, M.S.
l Jesse L. Ward, MA.
' Indiana University, A.B.
Oliio State University, M.A.
r Margaret Williams, M.A.
Mount Holyoke College, AB.
Oliio State University, M.A.
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University of lvfichigan, IN1.A. l
Rosario Floripe, B.A.
Colegio Superior de Senoritas, Managua, Nicaragua,
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Lewis L. Mcliibben, A.B. l
Oberlin College, AB. 5
Marian Ernsberger Richley, M.S.
Ohio State University, B.S. in Education l
.Uwiiverxity of the City of Toledo, M,S.
Brenfon Wallace Sfevenson, Pl'1.B. l
University of Chicago, Pl1.B. and M.A. .
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uue' University of the City of Toledo, M.A.
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Univemity of Pittsburgh, B.Sc.
Oliio State Univzisity. BA.. B.Sc. in Educationg
B.Sc. in Home Economics
Ruby T. ScoH, A.M.
DePauw University, A.B.
University of Chicago, A.M.
Bess G. Emcli, Pl1.G.
Instructor in Pharmacy
University of tlie City of Toledo, Ph.G., 1918
Mary Newborn Gillham 4 A
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
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Professor of History
Oliio State University, B.A. and B.S. in Education
Westerri Reserve University, M.A.
University of Cliicago, Ph.D.
M. Estelle Hamilton, Ph.D.
French and Latin
Ohio State University, B.A., B.S. in Education,
M.A. and Ph.D.
G. Harrison Orians, Ph.D.
Nor'tl1'Wester1i College, A.B.
University of Illinois, A.M. and Ph.D.
Harry W. Paine, M.E.
Iowa State College, B.S. in M,E.
University of Wiscorisin fVocational Education
Iowa State College, M.E.
C. Wayne Dancer, M.A.
University of tlie City of Toledo, B.A.,1922
Oliio State University, M.A., 1924
Harold A. Frey, M.B.A.
University of Wisconsin, B.A. and M.A.
Northwestern University, School of Commerce
G. H. L. Adolph Schumacher, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D.
Jessie Dowd Stafford, M.A.
University of Toronto, B.A., 1910
Oliio State University, M.A.
Blanche C. Weekes, Ph.D.
University .of Pennsylvania, M.A., B.S.
Columbia University Ufeacliers Collegej Ph.D.
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University of Illinois, B.A. and M.A. l
Germaine Baer, M.A.
French and German
University of Michigan, B.A. and M.A.
Sarah Secor Bissell, B.A.
Vfells College, B.A.
Russell Bowers, A.M.
Miami University, A.B.
University of Illinois, A.M.
Charles Crittenden, A.B.
University of Michigan, A.B. and M.A.
Nelson W. Hovey, M.S.
University of Michigan, B.S.
University of the City of Toledo, M.S.
Maurice M. Lemme, M.A.
Oakland City College, AB.
Indiana University' M.A.
Frank W. MacRavey, M.A.
University of Wiscorisiri, B.A. and M.A.
James A. Nicholson, Ph B,
Denison University, Ph.B.
Dorothy L. Vanclenbroelc, A.B.
Lake Erie College, A.B.
Edward E. Rohrer, Ph.G.
University of the City of Toledo, Ph.G.
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Peter Bykowski, Instructor of Pharmacy.
y C. R. Corbin, Instructor of Journalism.
C. W. Dougherty, Instructor of Pharmacy.
Bess G. Emch, Instructor of Pharmacy.
I W. E, Hall, Instructor of Journalism.
F. L. Klopenstein, Instructor of Pharmacy.
Edwin Knights, Instructor of Biology.
W. E. McClure, Instructor of Phsychology.
1 Donald Stewart, Instructor of Advertising.
S. James Barrick, Instructor of Finance.
John Bebout, Instructor of Law.
I Edwin Buckenmyer, Instructor of Law.
Amos Conn, Instructor of Law.
Sholto Douglass, Instructor of Law.
Ralph Dougdale, Instructor of Sociology.
H. T. Fulton, Instructor of Credits.
William Hahn, Instructor of Mathematics,
Alfred Hirth, Instructor of Law.
Harry Lamb, Instructor of English.
R. J. Langstaif, Instructor of History.
R. F. Lowery, Instructor of English.
I Paul Macy, Instructor of English.
John McCabe, Instructor of Law.
i Frank Miller, Instructor of Law.
Charles Racine, Instructor of Law.
R. C. Reese, Instructor of Engineering.
W. H. Schmeltz, Instructor of Accounting.
H. T. Sheneield, Instructor of Political Science.
Ralph Sisson, Instructor of Advertising.
Wayne Stitchter, Instructor of Law.
Charles Tefft, Instructor of Transportation.
Morrision VanC1eve, Instructor of Natural Science.
Hubert Woodbury, Instructor of Engineering Drawing
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BLOMQKH O U15.E Jr.--
CHARLES JARVIS, President
HE Student Council of the University of Toledo is the student
governing body. It democratically represents the students and
exercises full student control. The Council capably supervises all student
affairs and is advised at all times by the Dean of Women and the Dean
The present year marks the initial year 'of the Student Council operatf
ing under the new constitution. A marked increase in representation,
power, and activity has declared the new constitution a success.
Included among the numerous activities of the Council are the social
affairs for the student body and the sponsoring of Loyalty Week.
This year the Student'Council sent three delegates to the annual con'
vention of the National Student Federation of America, held at the
Georgia School of Technology, in Atlanta, Georgia. This delegation
convinced the student leaders of the United States that the University
of Toledo should play host to the next convention of the National
Student Federation of America, to be held in December, 1931. The
Student Council pledges itself for an outstanding N. S. F. A. convention
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l CATHERINE TRESSLAR . . . . . .Secretary
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I l Catherine Tresslar Jane Kamke
l Howard Kline Robert Mussehl
Class of I932
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A Sc-:mor s Deparhng Word
l S X YE do not dare forget the beauty of our school, even though we
1 have had it but a short while. Yet, those who for a last time
l are students take great pride in the accomplishment which We have so
1 earnestly supported. How easily we appreciate the comforts and ad'
i vancernents of our new buildings. What joys are ours, what noble inf
centives we have found, and may you, undergraduates, find greater
goals and higher ideals through the beauty and atmosphere of your new
We sincerely wish that the graduates of future years will carry with
them the same warm friendship and respect of the administration and
i faculty that we have. These men and Women are the sculptors of your
lives. They mold your method of living, fashion your thought and
habits, smooth out your prejudices, and perfect your character and
l ideals. -
So may we who are leaving this marvelous organization take great
pride in our Alma Mater to which we shall ever remain loyal.
RALPH E. WITTMAN.
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Sensor Class Officers
EDWARD C. Kurz.. ...... President
LUCILLE GROSS ..... VicefP'residem:
DOROTHY SOHREIBER . .... Secretary
DUGLASS MARSHALL . . . .... T1-easmer
VIRGINI.-K STARNER . .... Historian l
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Alpha Phi Omegag Delta X, '29, '30,
Engineers, '28, '29.
l Spanish Club, President, '29, '30,
l , X ' "'- Crane, Elizabeth
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' bV', VVA, tion, '28, '29g International Relations
'jf"4fQQ ,"i N - Club, Recording Secretary, '31, League
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Ga '28, '29, '30, '31g Publicity Reporter,
'30, '31g Volleyfball, '27, '28.
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International Relations Club, President,
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neering, '27, Track, '281 Chess Club, '31,
Cline, Mary Elizabeth
Pi Delta Chi.
Psi Chi Phi, Senior Adviser, Interna'
tional Relations Cluh, Lihrarian, '30, '31.
Davis, Sianley I.
Tau Delta Sigma, President, '31: Engi'
neers, '26, '27, '28, Delta X, '29, '30.
DeSana, William J.
Alpha Phi Omega.
International Relations Clubg League of
Davis, R. Ka+herine
Women's Athletic Association, '.. :
Delta X, '30, '31, French Club, '30, '31.
Evans, Mary I.
Women's Athletic Association, Block'
Eggleston, Mary B.
Pi Delta Chi, President, '3l: Student
Council, '27g junior Class VicefPresif
dent, '30: Campus Collegian, '30, So'
ciety Editor, '31, Spanish Club, '29, '30
'31, President, '30, Inter'Sorority Coun
cil, Vice'Presidcnt, '31: Press Club, Sec
retary, '31: Blockhouse, '3I: Peppers
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'29, '30, '31, Secretary, '31, Junior Class
Secretary, '30, Woman's Association,
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dent, '31, Senior Class Vice-President,
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League of Women Voters, '28, Glee
Club, '28, InterfSorority Council, Presif
dent, '31, Commerce Club, '31.
F Geoiz, Herberi'
Sigma Beta Phi, Treasurer, '31.
Greenaway, Thelma E.
Dramatic Association, '29, '30, '31, Inf
ternational Relations Club, '30, '31,
League of Wonien Voters, '29, '30,
Blockhouse Senior Class Committee, '31.
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XVomen's Athletic Association, '30, '31L
Senior Prom Committee, '31.
Pi Delta Chi, Senior Adviser, '31, Inter'
Sorority Council, '31, Activities Trust
Fund, '311 Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, President, '31, Campus Collegian,
'31: Senior Banquet Committee, '31:
Blockhouse, '30, '31, Peppers, Vice'
Hawkins, Franklin R.
Chi Beta Chi. President, '31: Campus
Collegian, '28, '29, Associate Editor, '30,
Editor, '3l: Blockhouse, '29, '30, '31:
Press Cluh, '30, President, '31: Student
Y, '28, '29, '30, Secretary, '31, Gospel
Team, '30, '31g Dramatics, '29, Bac'
calaureate Committee, '31.
Jarvis, Charles, Jr.
Sigma Delta Rho, President, '30, Vice-
President, '31: Student Council, '29,
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man, '2Sf,30: Pan'Hellenic Council, '30,
Chairman Council Budget Committee,
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N. S. F. A., '30: Senior Memorial Com'
Alpha Tau Sigma: Campus Collegian,
'28, '29, '30, '311 Wcimen's Athletic As'
sociation: Dramatic Association: Press
Club, Blockliouse, '31.
Delta X: French Club.
Jones, Alvin .
Baseball, '28, '29, '30, '31: Basketball,
'29: Senior Banquet Committee, Varsity
T Club: Chairman Men's Mixer, '30, '31.
Delta X, Football, Varsity T Club.
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Baccalaureate Committee, Chairman.
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Debating Association, '28, '29, '30, '31,
VicefPresident, '30, President, '30, '31,
International Relations Club, Treasurer,
'30, '31, Bookstore, '29, '31: Senior
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Baseball, '27, '31, Manager Intramural
Sports, '28, '29, Golf Team, '29, '30,
Student Council, '31.
Women's Athletic Association, Delta X.
Sigma Beta Phi, VicefPresident, '29,
President, '31, Senior Class President,
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Council, '30, '31: Student Y, '28, '29,
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Pharmacy Class Secretary, '27, Chairman
Senior Pharmacy Banquet, '27, Golf
Club, '30, '31, May Queen Attendant,
Dramatic Association, '29, VicefPresif
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International Relations Club, 30, '31,
Senior Baccalaureate Committee.
Delta X, Y. M. C. A. Forum.
Track, '29, Spanish Club, '29, '30, Stu'
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Club, '31, Senior Baccalaureate Commit'
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President, '31: Senior Announcement
Pi Delta Chi, Treasurer, '30, Vice'
President, '31: Women's Athletic Repre-
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Pi Delta Chi, Freshman Class Vice'
President, '28: Radio Program Commit-
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tion, '30, '313 Campus Collegian, '30:
Senior Blockhouse Committee, '31:
Dramatic Association, '28, '29,
Football, '28, '29, '3O: Phi Kappa Chi,
Warden, '30: Senior Class Secretary,
'30, Senior Ring Committee, Chairman.
Psi Chi Phi, Secretary, '30, '31, League
of Women Voters, '28, '29: Senior Com-
mencement Committee, '31.
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Secretary, '31, Secretary Senior Class,
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ment Committee, Chairman.
Women's Athletic Association, '28, '29,
'30, '31, League of Women Voters, '29,
'30, Spanish Club, '29, '30, '31.
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dent, '28, '29, Senior Prom Committee
Kappa Iota Chi, President 30 Basket
ball, '28, '29, '30, Senior Ring Commit
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Sigma Delta Rho.
Sigma Delta Rho: Phaunacy Club
Cross Country, '29 30 11 Basketball
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Kappa Pi Epsilon Vice President 31 485 4,
May Queen, '31, Senior Class Historian
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cil, '30, Secretary, '31, Spanish Club,
Secretary, '30, Senior Prom Committee,
Sigma Delta Rho, Treasurer, '31, Delta
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Wo1neii's Athletic Association, Block'
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Chi Rho Nu, Secretary, '29, President,
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Blockhouse, '28, President Sophomore
Class, '29, Student Activities Committee,
Alpha Phi Omega, President, '30, Pan'
Hellenic Council, '30, Senior Memorial
Delta X, '30, '31.
Phi Kappa Chi, Campus Collegian, '28,
'29, '30, Business Manager, '31, Senior
Banquet Committee, Chairman.
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Brinley, James Kohls, Gordon Rohrer, Edward
Bristow, Louise A. Komorowski, Vincent Ruehle, Velma
Butler, Frank R. Kwiatkowski, Stanley Sampson, Norman
Conold, Leonard Langenderfer, Collette Sattinger, Bernard
Cooley, Ralph Langenderfer, Gilbert Schoonmaker, Grace
Dietz, Albert A. Leasor, Gertrude Sirak, Abraham
Duffy, Mamie Leavelle, Maurice Smith, Maynard
Dunn, Harold F. Libbe, Ruth Sobocinski, Wanda
Eberle, Harold Manion, Dorothy Squires, Bernard
Evers, Eleanor Matzinger, Homer Sweeny, E. Dixon
Frazier, Lynn IVIcCord, John Taylor, Louise
Gordon, Mary McLaughlin, Edna Winslow, F. Alice
Griffith, Bernice lVIcNutt, Henry Wi11en,a,,, Russel i
Harris, Fannie Moody, julia Wood, Hugh
Hummer- Pearl NCCIGY, Dwight Zachman, Harold
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Leonard C. Conold
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Earl H. Day
James J. Page
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Senior Class Hlslory
THREE hundred and fiftyfseven of us enrolled in September, 1927.
Remember our Freshman Week--a week of explanations, warnings,
threats from Sophs and Greek organizations, that horrible mental exam.
and finally a dance. The girls were given 'Lbig sisters" and bigger
tams, while the boys had cute little freshmen caps. Bill Naylor became
Freshman President. The Soph Vigilantes, headed by Ray Rideout
and Margaret Stark, was formed to promote friendlinessf?Q and Cooper'
ationf?j between Freshmen and Sophs. Dr. Doermann, chosen from
forty candidates as new president of the University, was inaugurated
March 19. The Sophomore cofoperation and friendliness began. Marve
Timm was taken for a ride and had to walk home in a burlap sack.
Bill Naylor was also abducted. I was afraid to walk in any door but
the main one. The bags for the grand rush were filled, and swimming
was taken up. Many articles of clothing were torn and soiled. Rush'
ing began-rushed-and closed, including romances with the same ref
marks. Remember our Hrst Student Council Thanksgiving Dance in
the Gym-fthrilling-gay-packed. On january 14, we gave our Fresh'
man Dance in the old gym, with very gay decorations. Bill Naylor
became ineligible, and Bob Potter was elected in his place. Dr. White'
ford defends we modern youths. He says we're as clean, intelligent,
and conscientious as any he's had. Remember our first Foolegian, "The
Kampus Kolerau? Class elections beganfit seems there was some pol'
itics-Chuck Carson and Walt McKinley also had a little trouble. May
23rd was Campus Night-we burned our caps and tams. Cur Hrst
May Day Celebration-dances, nymphs, and everything.
In our Sophomore year, bagfrushing was abolished-we lost out
on Dunking the Freshies. Then we went out for the Bond Issue and
did we win? 'Member that big parade with all the floats on Class
Day and the Freshies won. We had our Soph Dance, headed by Art
Blake, january 12 fafter which M. C. gave a nice partyj. The eighty
acre tract out Bancroft was chosen for the New U. site. 'Member
when we all played at the Palace in "The Poor Nutfsf? Then Dr,
Holliday resigned to devote all of his time to literary work.
Chuck Sweeney was president of the Junior Class. Interest began
in the New U. Buildings. An architect's picture of the New U. Tower
was presented. University mourns death of Dr. Glenn Bradley, our
vvellfliked history professor. The Alumni gave us a grand, big party
on February 12, at Convention Hall. Our JfHopfformal on February
28, at the Women's Building-Pete Preston was in charge. jim Nichol'
son was appointed as new football coach-girls interested. Chuck
Jarvis was elected president of the Student Council. Eddie Kutz was
elected president of the Senior Class. Then we moved'-just one semes'
ter in the new building-heck! The Last Mixer for the senior men!-
boxing--wrestling-. Senior Prom. AH! and OH! john Sheehy was
Exams-made them. Graduation week. Then we burst forth and
conquered? VIRGINIA STARNER.
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I CLARENCE DAY . . . ....... President
LAUREL CAMPBELL . . . .... VicefPvesident
JANE BENNETT .... ...... S ecvetavy
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Baim, Morris Byron, Edgar Elston, Grayce
Bearss, Genevieve Calkins, Loyal Emch, Katherine
Berkowitz, Sam Calkins, Lyle Evans, John
Biddle, Irene Campbell, Paul Ford, Raymond !
Bitter, Mellen Chollett, Wellington Fosler, June ,
Blanke, joseph Conrad, Harold Fralick, Lucille
Bohrer, C. Dean Cooper, Marian Fredericks, Cedric
Boldt, Edwin Crabbs, Wilbur Froehlich, Frederick
Boldt, Lawrence Crittenden, Mary Gassavvay, Olive i
Bond, Gerald Crosby, Justin Genac, Mary Elizabeth 5
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ROBERT GOSLINE . . . ...... President
SUE BLANCHARD . . . .... VicefP1esidemt
MARGARET PERRY . . ..... Secretary
RUSSELL RYERSON . . . . . .Tfreasurer
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REEVES KIDNEY . . . .... VicefPresidem
FAY PONTIUS ....... Secretary
VELMA PE.-xsE ........ ..... 'T reasurer
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Director of Athletics
D.NX'E CONNELLY, athletic director, has been with us for five years. He is a graduf
ate of Ypsilanti Normal and has a working kowledge of sport that makes him an
ideal supervisor of our programs.
As an active coach, Dave concerns himself with the direction of basketball and
track. His keen repartee and good nature have made him a favorite with the students
of the school. No one has struggled more than Connelly to establish teams of worth,
His supreme ambition is to qualify this university for higher competition. He has
tried to perfect an intramural sport system. He has been terribly handicapped with
mediocre equipment and a consequent lack of competent athletes.
Now he has a splendid athletic plant and an already noticeable influx of good
student material, Connelly is in high spirits and looks forward to splendid accom'
plishments. He is determined not to let any opportunity pass that will boost our athf
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grossly exaggerate. To predict 'Lbetter days ahead" is possible.
As this school, academically speaking, is going through a transitional
era, just so are its athletics. We are on our way from being fathletil
callyj a "onefhorse" college to becoming a "big time" university.
To many people, especially to college "grads," a college football is
synonymous with college athletics. To them, a school that has a good
football team has good athletics. If their teams merited first place in
all sports save one, and the football team was only mediocre, the athletic
department certainly would bear an investigation. At that, when the
team is successful on the gridiron, similar successes in other branches
of sport generally come to that school.
Our 1931 schedule is a difficult one. Nine football games are to be
played. However, not one contest is a hopeless task. We have the
men in school for a successful season. If these men are eligible in the
fall and candidates for the varsity, our record will be good. If the
men become ineligible or drop out of school, the reverses of the past
year will likely be repeated.
A successful year in football, coupled with a new and great athletic
plant, together with a general student realization that the University is
entering upon a new era, will help to bring out on this campus a latent
school spirit. Such a school spirit will be an attraction to the many
fine football players that our local high schools annually graduate. With
encouragement from you, who are already here, they, too, will matrif
culate at the University. When that day comes, look out for the Uni-
versity of Toledo.
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ble coach. In this short time he has .come to be an important factor l
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son does not believe only in the elementary side of his job. He teaches
the theory of all events, and insists that his teams know their game from
any perspective. He is patient regarding winning teams, because he 5
knows it is merely a question of time when the pick of the local high
school talent will attend Toledo University in preference to outside
Nicholson insists on organization. Slipshod methods were abandoned
with the old buildings. He wishes to have the physical education depart'
ment as smoothly conducted as any major university in the country. 1
He values student cooperation very highly and works to attain it.
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l l" Q s lete. Although only appointed to the new position
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if terest in his work. We hope in the coming year
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1 CHARLES Wen-rz University gridiron.
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MINOR "AA" AWARDS
Fred Duhaime James Cross
Henry Meyerhofer Ecwvard Trepinski
OLEDO UNIVERSITY played one of the hardest schedules of its history this
year, meeting Akron, cofchampions of the Ohio Conference, and Heidelberg,
undefeated during the regular season. The Rocket Squad fared badly at the hands
of these formidable foes, but injuries and dissension hurt the team even more.
The club started the season in a slipshod manner, but ended the year in a blaze
of glory, tieing Bowling Green, and turning an almost disastrous season into another
channel by defeating Bluffton and Detroit City College. In these last two encounters
the teamwork of the boys was very much improved over the initial contests of the
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Adolf is as tough as you will find tackles
in the N. W. O. conference. Anybody going
through his position had a hard time. We
lost Harste this year, and we bid goodby to
one of the best tackles the conference has ever
"Babe" is a player who has his heart and
soul in the gamer No line is ever too tough
for him to buck up against. We like Babe's
style of play, and are pulling for him to have
an even bigger year in 1951.
"Chick" was Coach Nicholson's mighty
atom. A Nneverfsayfdiev spirit made diminuf
tive "Chick" a most reliable ground gainer in
spite of his weight. His plucky play in the
Heidelberg game, gaint the Student Prince
giants, was the sole feature of the game.
Hank, or Heine, broke into the line u
the Heidelberg game. His long passes V 2
always a scoring threat to the oppositiox
Besides being an excellent passer, he is one
of the best booters on the squad. He will
be back next year, and should give the back'
field men a spirited light for a position.
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Early this season "Brud" was shifted from
an end position to fullback. Injuries kept I
him out of most of the early encounters, but 1
he came back with a vengeance in the Bluff'
ton and Detroit City College games.
Bernie, one of our transfer students from
Michigan State Normal, is going to be hard
to beat next season. He distinguished himself
in all games in which he took part, and with
a year's knowledge of the Nicholson system
should be "ready" in 1931.
"Bob7' played a remarkable game at half'
back during the past season. Willing at all
times to cooperate with Nicholson, he worked
untiringly for the betterment of the team.
Next year we hope to see him doing big things
as regular halffback.
"Jim" played at tackle, and although out'
' 'weighed by most of his opponents, he was
always fighting and giving a good account of
himself. "Jim" has plenty of ability and it
was only due to his lack of size that kept him
from winning a regular berth. M
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nard dog? Well, then you can imagine the
way Bennie played against the championship
Heidelberg team. His vicious tackling won
him the applaud of the crowd Penchef wa
also a good ground gainer
"Al" was a Hxture at the center post and
seems to have the inside track on it for next
year. He is only a sophomore this season
and has an excellent opportunity to engrave
his name deeply in athletic records at the
Jack Briggs also graduates this year. He
came out for football in his Senior year, but
made the team, nevertheless.
He played in quite a number of games dur'
ing the season and was good enough to win
L'Wee Willie" had an off year. His play
this year was not quite up to his 1929 stand'
ard. However, he played hard and we expect
him to be back at his regular post in 1931.
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Because of Glenn's fighting spirit, he
earned the nickname of "Battler." Charles
has a good football frame, and a natural fightf
ing nature. These qualities gave him a suc-
cessful year, and he should have his best sea'
son in a Rocket uniform in 1931.
joe is a big and powerful end. He will be
back next year and should win a place for a
L'Notre Dame" Ray, who hails from Gus
Dorais' University of Detroit Freshman squad,
is a very reliable flanker. He is not sensaf
tional or spectacular, but he is there when
some enemy back tries his position. Ray will
be back next year.
Dale won his letter this year and he Cer'
tainly deserved it. Kettle was out every night,
working hard, and covered himself with glory
in every encounter in which he took part.
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This was "Ed's" second year on the team.
Although he didn't play regular, he fought
hard every minute he was in the game. With
the past two years' experience, coupled with.
his ability to get in and ight, he should be
able to take care of one of the wing berths
on next year's team very capably.
Bill developed into one of the best defensive
ends in the conference. Although he was not
given much of a chance to show his wares
early in the season, he came along great to'
ward the end of the year.
His fine play against Bluffton was cheering,
and we expect Fetters to do more next year.
Duhamime joined the Rocket crew fresh
from Ypsilanti Normal. Injuries kept him
from showing his true worth. His work in
the Falcon game stamped him as a promising
back for 1931.
Harold, with a year's experience, is going
to give the regular guards a tussle for a posif
tion in the 1931 edition of the Rockets.
Alex is a willing worker and has lots of
smiles. We would like to see him take a
place on the varsity next fall.
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fFront Rnwp- Ivieng, Carson, Charles. Peneheli, Gosline. Alexander, Kandik. Vvlilley,
Varsify Foo+ball Squad
HE Rockets started their season at Akron, playing the Ohio conference champs
there. Akron, with Red Cochrane in midjseiison form, had little difficulty in
downing the Nicholsonmen.
Ohio Northern followed Akron on the schedule. Although the Munies amassed
a great many more first downs than the Adaians. a hloeked punt gave Northern the
victory hy a margin of a single touchdown.
Deiiance won over Toledo by one point. A costly defeat at the hands of Findlay
followed and then Heidelberg met the Rockets in a gala night affair at the Waite
Bowl. Heidelherg was the hest team to appear on a Toledo gridiron in recent years
and it certainly was no disgrace to how hefore such a formidable adversary.
The Rockets traveled to Bowling Green and wrecked the conference champion'
ship hopes of the Falcons by earning a well deserved tie. Bluffton fell before the
merciless onslaught of the aroused men of Nicholson.
The University of Toledo 1930 foothall team ended its season hy downing Detroit
City College hy the score of 1810. -
Although the record of the Rocket foothall squad does not appear very impressive,
Coach Nicholson is satisiicd with the warriors who came through the season of 1930.
Iviany of them will he hack to play on a greater team next year.
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o.-xonss HAROLD DUNN and PHILIP Mosss were well pleased with
the fine squads that turned out for Freshman football. The squad
showed talent and earnestelfort by the splendid record it made during
the season. Nicholson looks forward to some valuable material on the
varsity squad in the coming year.
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ARNQJLD STRAKA, or 'kRoeket" Straka, as he was dubbed by a local
sportswriter, was the ideal basketball player, combining speed
with ability and fight. Although small,' he was the best guard on the
Rocket squad, and the outstanding player of the conference. Straka's
crashing methods were a feature of every game in which he played.
Captainflilect Straka will be back next year to fight for the Blue and
Gold. Another campaign should see him develop into the outstanding
basketball player in this section of the country.
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Blue and Gold Whirlwind considerably. Time and again, the
Rocket squad was called upon to play against men who had the size
Although Connelly's men lost the majority of their games, we cannot
say that the season was a total failure. The Rockets provided the spec'
tators with a great brand of basketball in every encounter in which
they participated. Especially thrilling were the Bowling Green, Heidelf
berg, Bluffton, and BaldwinfWallace games.
The University of Toledo annexed the city collegiate crown after
three hard games with St. John's University, winning the final in the
new field house after a close, well played game.
The season of 193061 developed a number of first class basketball
material in the persons of Arnie Straka, AllfConference guard, Hank
Meyerhofer, Don Schroeder, and Chick Carson.
The Freshman team had a brilliant season, winning most of its encounf
ters. Joe Shanks, Bob Lewinski, Patterson, Kumpe, and Alexander look
promising and will furnish the varsity with some high class material for
the championship team of 1931-32, we hope.
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Karl played under a distinct handicap all season. Time and again
he was called upon to play against huge opponents. However, Shull
covered himself with glory during every encounter, and it is with regret'
that we see him bow out of university athletics.
Chick Carson, diminutive forward, started the year in fine style, but
in the middle of the grind he suffered a disastrous slump that almost
threatencu to bench him permanently. The old Carson fight predomi'
nated, however, and the final games of the season saw him out with his
mates, making life tough for the opposition. Chick also returns for
another year's tutelage under Dave Connelly.
Don was one of our second semester men who bolstered the team
materially. Garner filled the role of star to perfection in many of our
closing season games. He is another veteran who will return.
Every well regulated basketball team has an efiicient manager. The
Rockets had one in the person of "Bus" Schaal. He was the typical
college athletic manager. The basketball team owes him more than it
realizes. Jim King, his assistant, also comes in for his share of the credit.
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Maynard hit his stride late in the season, and was the Smith of old,
looping long shots and breaking up the enemy offensive time and again.
Smith has given his best to the University of Toledo. He will be hard
to replace. -
Henry, or Hank, went out for the basketball team to prove that
former football managers sometimes make star basketball players.
Meyerhofer was listed as a substitute at the beginning of the season,
but toward the end he was playing every minute of each ame. Meyerf
l hofer is another seasoned performer who will be back o help build a
' championship basketball squad. '
"Goose" Gosline filled the role of reserve guard in most of the var'
sity encounters. The experience gleaned from filling reserve positions fi
will make him a candidate for one of the regular jobs on the varsity ff
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Paul, or "Pea Ridge," proved to be Connelly's luck charm. It was
his fielding in the closing seconds of play that Won the Marion NY"
game. Paul is a hard worker and is another veteran who will be seen
in thc new field house next year.
Don has all the attributes of a natural basketball player. He is rangy,
a good shot, anian move over the floor with amazing speed. Schroeder
has a world of potential ability and next year should see him at his best.
Kandik, who started the season as a regular guard, had plenty of
tough luck. He is a fighter and has a keen liking for the game. We
predict great things for Andy in 193182.
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Record of fhe Season
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TEAMS TOLEDO OPPONENTS
Alumni ............. ............ 3 5
Detroit City College .... . . 20
Marion "Y" ......... . . SO
Defiance ........... . . 34
St. Johns ... .. 14
Bluffton ...... . . 25
Findlay ............ . . 28
Bowling Green ...... .. 33
Detroit City College .... . . 15
Heidelberg ......... . . 29
Baldin Wallace . . . . . 29
Defiance ....... . . 22
Bluffton ........ . . 22
Bowling Green . . . . . 20
Findlay ........ . . 33
St. Johns ...... . . 18
Heidelberg . . . . . 21
St. Johns ... . . 23
Don McLean, Fred Rieman, jim Ryan, Frank Paterson
Freshman Basketball Squad
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UNDER the able captaincy of "Joe" Shanks, the Freshman Basketball team passed
through a very good season, considering the fact that the season 19304931 was
the first attempt of Toledo University to abide by the freshman rules of large universif
ties and colleges. Findlay, Deiance, Bowling Green, Bluffton, Genoa, and St. Johns
High School fell before the whirlwind attack of the Freshman team.
We are looking for big things from these men on the Varsity squad next year.
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the University, last year. The Varsity was selected by a elimating tournament.
Bippus, Gray, Ernsberger, and Tenney were the ones to represent Toledo University.
Losing only to Bluffton Toledo U. finished second in the N. W. O. Conference. The
Rockets easily defeated Findlay, Bowling Green, and Defiance. Bippus and Ernsf
berger were the outstanding players during the season. A tough schedule has been
arranged for next season, but with Bippus, Cray and Ernsberger back, we hope fora
very successful season and possibly a championship. i
Varsity Golf Team
Al.THOUGH Toledo University only formed a golf team this year they managed
to tuck away the College Golf Championship. John Meier and Paul Jennsen,
the main point getters, formed one of the most efficient double combinations in Ohio.
Eberley, a veteran, is back this year with Meier Jennsen being unable to continue
due to working afternoons.
Toledo University totaled eightyffive points during the season to the opponents
Members and Posifions
JOHN MEIER . . . ........................... Number One Man
PAUL JENNSEN .. ..... Number Two Man
HAROLD EBERLEY .. .... Number Tho-ee Man
E. WALDMAN .... ........ . ...... ..... N 1 amber Four Man
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Varsiry Cross Counrry '
THIS year was an exceptional one for Toledo University. They beat Bowling
Crcen for the first time, and Adna Snyder, the boy who won the Individual i
Conference Championship, broke the fast record of Allan Ballinger. Next year
Toledo University should have a championship team. The squad will be built around l
lviasters, Gossman and Snyder, as well as material from the Freshman team of last year.
Captain Edward Kutz. This is the fourth year for Eddie as a star on the Cross
Country team. Eddie, although he was small, was always among the leaders, Capt.
Eddie, with his smiling face, always put and kept the team on its fighting edge. This
is the last year for Eddie and we certainly will miss him.
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Karl Shull. There is not much to say about Karl other than he was always fightf
ing. Karl ran in every race to win and with that determination no one could stop
him. Karl was one of the best Cross Country runners ever developed at Toledo
University. In 1929 he won the individual Conference Championship. Karl has
the ability and determination that is seldom found in one man. This is his third
and last year on the Cross Country team.
Charles Masters. "Chuck" is just a sophomore, but has had two years' experif
ence on the varsity. He is a consistent runner and has such an easy stride that he
does not even seem to be working. He has a weakness for iinishing among the leaders.
If Charles continues his good work, by next near he will be a star. Good luck, Chuck.
Adna Snyder. Adna won the Individual Conference Championship this year.
This is good for a man on the varsity for the first year. Although he was a sophomore,
he certainly showed what he could do. With two more years of experience Adna
will be a star. Like "Chuck" Masters, Adna likes to finish among the leaders.
Karl Brenner, a senior, was on the Cross Country team for two years. Last
year he was an alternate, but this year he was on the varsity. Karl was a very conf
sistent runner and never considered a race lost even if he was behind. Karl will be
gone next year and his place will be hard to fill.
Fred Gossman finished his first year on Cross Country team. The team had a
tough schedule this year, but Freddie came through in great form for a Iirst man.
Next year he should be able to make quite a name for himself. It is worth mention'
ing that without any previous experience he made the varsity, running as an alternate,
his iirst year.
Robert Jennings managed the team and when the occasion demanded acted as
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'k'5 f is a very capable receiver. His disposition is careffree and
he is rarely serious enough to die with sorrow. He totes
a good batting average, but is more of a liability on bases
than an asset. This is because he hates to move fast.
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ll In losing "Mac," a real center field vacancy is created. A
fast man on his feet, with real ability at the plate, McNary
has garnered his fourth letter in baseball. Base running is
a specialty with this lad, and an opposing pitcher is in for
his worries with Mac on base. His good throwing arm has
held many base hits down to a minimum.
fi' "Vince" has been with the Rockets two brilliant years.
Coming here from Dayton, he earned a place in right field
the first year, and has done some work with the pitching
staff this season. His bat will be another of those apt to
make deep gaps in the batting linefup. Always in excellent
physical condition, Vince has been able to help out of many
a tight pinch. His stay has been of great value to Toledo,
and it is to be regretted that his two years could not have
been lengthened to four.
Baseball Schedule for I93I
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April.l'Z,7At Ohio Northern. 5 May ,At Blugton . I
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April 24-Heidelberg ...... 3 may Slug Northam
April SO-Heidelberg ...... 8 HY -4 lu ton ""' '
May 1-At Findlay ...... 12 May -Defiance -- -
May 6-At Deiance ..... O May O-Defiance .. .
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Only a few people have heard the real iirst name of this
man, so it would be unkind to refer to him by any other
title than "Brick," Four letters won at second base testify
as to his right to be labeled one of the most valuable men on
the team. Brick is a ball player of experience, always ref
mains cool in any circumstance fexcept a poor decisionj and
is a mainstay of the squad, Evans ranks near the top in
batting average, and has a keen eye for the fine points of
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his name by coming through with singles. Parnell is the
fancy diving fiend. He covers the iield as if he knew all
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Homer leaves this year with four letters to his credit,
every one of them a compliment to his steadiness and ability.
Outfielders are apt to be a silent type, and "Matt" shows
no tendency to waste words. He gathers them in equally
well from any outfield position, and can put them there
as well with his consistent slugging. His dependability in
backing up the team will be missed greatly next year.
Baseball of I93I
THE Varsity Baseball Team showed fine prospects of having a championship in
their credit. With the addition of former high school stars and transfer students,
baseball at Toledo U is rapidly making itself felt in faster competition.
The staff of pitchers, consisting of Day, Shenefield, and Ryan, showed a conf
siderable improvement over that of last year. The infleld, composed of Jones on first,
Evans on second, Arnold at short, and Bryan on third, showed a mark of distinction,
both in fielding and hitting. With the flashy performances of Dumiller, McNary
and Matzinger in the outfield, Toledo had little trouble with the hard hitting opponents.
The schedule was composed of twelve games, eight conference games and two
games with Heidelberg and Ohio Northern.
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lMiddle Rowj-jones, Neubrcclit, Mallet, Jennings, Wandtke, Ryan, Krauss.
fFront Rowj--Sharpe, Wiljciak, Ralyhea, Evans, Rideout, Young.
i OLLEGES and universities in the narrow sense of the word pertain to studies necesf
l sary to develop the mind. Cnly recently did educators see the benefit of training
a student's body to cofordinate with a wellftrained mind. Farsighted educators saw
the advantages of the system which is now known as intramurals.
The University of Toledo, with the dependable David Connelly supervising,
i has not been far behind in the modes of athletic competition. Even with the limited
equipment of the old building on Nebraska Avenue, Connelly managed to furnish
i exercise for all who wished to take part. With the present newer and better facilities
, of the new buildings, we predict that the intramural system will grow until it becomes
i one of the most outstanding in the country.
l This year it was estimated that at least SOO men students participated in sports
sponsored by the university. A large share of the cofeds of the college also had their
part in volleyfball, hockey, and basketball games under the direction of Mrs. Marion
l In the men's football league the Degrees, composed of juniors and seniors, emerged
l victorious over the freshmen and sophomore squads. Lambda Chi fraternity won the
basketball honors after a hard battle with the Sigma Beta Phi fraternity.
Captain "Tony" Shepherds team, Earlham, won the intrmural basketball cham'
pionship in a league composed of men on the campus, regardless of fraternal affiliation.
I An indoor league embracing men's Greek letter organizations is in progress, and
later on indoor league composed of the barbarians on the campus is to be organized.
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" O," as she is commonly known, has led the W. A. A. i
through another successful year, with a continuous ,
smile and always willing to do all she can. She is loved f
by all, not only for her faithfulness, sympathetic manner,
and leadership ability, but because her personal characf
ter shines as her blond hair. She is to be congratulated
for her non-partisan spirit, and because she is a true
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Henrietta Breno Alma Hin-:Inman
JOSEPHINE HAUMAN ......... ...... P resident
1 CHARLOTTE WEBB . . .VieefPresidenz
HENRIETTTA BRENO .... Secretary
ALMA HINCHMAN .... Treasurer
Heads of Sporis
IRMA MEMINGER . . .................. .... H oclqey
JENNIE ZELDEN ..... Soccer
THELMA MILLER . . . .... Basketball
JEANETTE SCHELLES .... Volley Ball
HELEN LEECH .... ...... T mclq
MARGARET HART . . . . .Tennis
FLORENCE AZELDEN .... Baseball
DOROTHY MILLER . ......... Hiking
ELEANOR EVERS .... Pistol Shooting
JANE KAMKE ..... ..... S wimming
MRS. MARIAN RICHLEY .... .... A dviser
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Henrietta Breno Regina Leasor C
Eleanor Evers Helen Leech
Olive Gassaway Dorothy Miller
Margaret Hart Sue Rucker
Josephine Hauman Alice Trippensee
Alma Hinchman Charlotte Webb
Bernice Husted Clara NVest
Lucille Lavenherg Flossie Zelden
Marian Cooper Irma Meminger
Ruth Harsch Thelma Miller
Jane Kamke Ruth Morton
Mary Kinstle Eloise Schmidt
Grace Lanzinger Betty Slow
VVilma Liffring Edna XVatkins
Charla Beauprey Esther Miller
Marteen Bowie Martha Pfund
Lois Bussidicker Dorothy Jane Pollock
Ethel Duffy Lucy Pozycykiewicz
Dorothy Jennings Betty Schwarzkoff
Mildred Kloene Ellen Marie Scott
Francis Lanker Ruth Shay
Sadie Lesser Virginia Storm
Florence Majeska Mary Waedel
Mary Ann Ward
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5 Fall Season Sporis, i930
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Winfer Season Sporfs, I930-I93I
l Interclass Basketball Intramural Volleyball
Interclass Volleyball Swimming
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Spring Season Sporfs, I93I
Baseball Pistol Shooting
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Oct. 3, W. A. A. Play April 15, Bridge
Day for Freshman girls April 13, Installation of
Qct. 29, Hallowe'en Roast New Qfflcers
D62 3' fanquet and April 22f24, Delegates go
AWN S me S to Sectional Conference at
Feb- 21, Hike Madison, Wisconsin
Mar. 18, W. A. A. Play M 8 H.k
Nite for University students ay 3 1 6
and Alumni May 20, Roast at Wal-
Mar. 27, Banquet and bridge Park
Awards June 3, Banquet
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F you are 11 sincere lover of excitement, health, good times, and most of all, friends,
hockey offers these to you by being one of the most fascinating sports and a draw-
ing card in the list of activities. Out of the seventy girls who reported at the openf
ing of the season, forty-three were successful in gaining honor points. Irma Memin'
ger, as head of sport, managed the tournament, which came to a successful close with
the upper-classmen victorious and winning the cup from the freshmen, who had been
champions the previous year.
The Varsity team, appointed by Mrs. Richley, was comprised of Charla Beauprey,
Josephine Hauman, Alma Hinchman, Jennie Zelden, Jane Kamke, Irma Meminger,
Dorothy Miller, Martha Pfuncl, Luch Pozy, Charlotte Webb, and Thelma Miller.
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BASEBALL makes its introduction on the
new campus for the first time this spring.
Strike one! Crack! And the game is on!
After practicing indoor for a few weeks
everyone welcomed warm weather and a real
baseball game. The interfclass baseball tour'
nament was delayed for a few days due to
U' NDER the able leadership of Jeanette Schelles, the volleyball esason went over
with a 'kbangm and came to a close all too soon. The freshmen, captained by
Charla Beauprey, who instilled the necessary enthusiasm into her team, emerged as
victors in the class tournament by defeating the upperfclassmen and the sophomores.
Members of the winning freshmen team were Charla Beauprey, Lois Bussdicker,
Martha Pfund, Mildred Kloene, Marteen Boure, Frances Lanker, and Lucy Pozy.
TIMERS and scorers ready? Captains?-Whistle! And so begins and ends a
successful basketball season under the guidance of Thelma Miller, head of sport,
and Dorothy Miller, intrafmural manager.
Each year an intrafmural basketball tournament is held, in which organized groups
compete for the championship of the University. The purpose of the tournament is
to give every one an opportunity to play on a team. The more teams, the better
The Psi Chi Phi Sorority and the Kappa Pi Epsilon Sorority played for the Univerf
sity title, the Psi Chis winning the closely contested game which gave them the trophy
cup to keep, having been victors for two successive years.
Class teams were chosen, from the group of eligible girls, by the head of sport
and Mrs. Richley. The teams were so well matched that the tournament ended in a
threefway tie which necessitated a new tournament. The second time the upperfclass
team, composed of Marge Hart fcaptainj, Dorothy Miller, Helen Leech, Alma Hinch'
man, Flossie Zelden, and Jo Hauman, came forth with new enthusiasm, and defeated
blpth the Sophmores and the Freshmen, thus claiming the University Class Champion'
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splendid opportunity to the beginner and
the veteran to take part in an all year sport
which gives satisfying results. With Alma
Hinchman as head of sport, many girls suc-
ceeded in developing real skill as a tennis
player. Vv'ith the opening of the new Unif l
versity of Toledo, the events at Ottawa Park
were so convenient that a larger number of
girls reported for practices this season than in i
previous years. Withfii another year, T. U. , , l
hopes to have its own tennis courts and not
be compelled to use city courts,
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OR that tired feeling-try a hike-the sort '
of hiking that gives you social contacts as
well as a healthy body. This sport is open to i
every girl, regardless of individual skill, and l
has the advantage of being a yearfround ac'
tivity. In order to earn honor points, it is
necessary that two University girls hike to'
getherg and then points are given at the rate
of one point per mile, after the first five miles. 5
H, the joy and pride of an arrow in the 4
gold! An archery tournament was
scheduled in the fall, and keen interest was
shown by the girls under the supervision of
Thelma Miller and Elinor Corns. The
American and Columbia Rounds are the two l
most commonly used in tournaments. The l
American Round consists of thirty arrows
shot at 60f60f40 yards, respectively. The
Columbia Round consists of twenty-four i
arrows shot at 50f40-30 yards respectively. l
Simple honors were gained by shooting i
twenty'four arrows at 40 and 30 yards and making a score of sixty at 40 yards, and i
eighty at 30 yards. During the winter months, archery was continued at the indoor
range on Monroe Street. l
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CCKING back over the years of the University Woman's Association we learn
that in 1921 the first W. A. A. was organized, under the presidency of Christel
Hiss. Basketball was the only recognized sport and during this year the Association
was not active.
The next year, 1922f1923, a Point System was adopted and membership in the
Association was limited to those having 100 points to their credit. The sports recogf
nized were basketball, tennis, hiking, and baseball. Dorothy Meyer was President.
Two interfcollegiate games were held with Bluffton and Detroit junior College.
ln 1923 Miss Norma Bird was the newly appointed Director of Physical Educa-
tion, and a new era of athletics for women was introduced. The calendar of sports
included the following eight activities: hockey, tennis. basketball, volleyball, baseball,
swimming, pistol shooting, and hiking. Marian Ernsberger was president of the group.
The Women's Athletic Association became nationally recognized when it was
admitted to the Athletic Conference of American College Women, January 29, 1925.
Membership in the A. C. A. C. W. placed the University of Toledo on an equal
basis with the leading universities of the country. This year horseback riding was
added to the list of sports. Doris Fenneberg was presidet.
ln 1925 with Mayme Batsel as president, heads of sports were elected who had
charge of their respective sports.
In 1926f27, soccer was added to the fall season sports. An interfclass tournament
was held. In the spring, track and field events were introduced and the season closed
a success under the leadership of Nellie Severance.
The season of 1927f2S, under Marie Mikesell, furthered interfclass tournaments
in all sports. Miss Ernsberger was appointed Physical Education Director. .
In 192829, pistol shooting was added to the list of major sports under the leader'
ship of Mary Henry, as president. Intra-mural games were made possible.
Under the presidency of Helene Cosgray, and the general guidance of Miss
Ernsberger, the year 192960 closed a great success for the W. A. A. Golf and
archery were both introduced as minor sports. The requirement for a sweater award
was raised from 1,000 to 1,500 points. For the first time, two delegates were sent
to the A. C. A. C. W. Convention, held in Ann Arbor.
A revision of the W. A. A. Constitution adopted in 1927 was worked out dur'
ing the season 193061, under the Presidency of Josephine Hauman. All participants
must carry 12 hours of HC" work without any outstanding conditions or failure.
Since interfcompetitive sports is against all the national principles of "Sports for Sports
Sake," it was decided by the Board to withhold all W. A. A. points from any girl
who represents any association in athletic competition.
For the first time, a Play was held in the fall, and a Play Nite for all University
Women was held- during March. Two delegates were sent to Madison, Wisconsin,
to attend the conference of the central colleges.
Now that the new University of Toledo is no longer a dream but a realization,
the future for the W. A. A. holds many interesting plans.
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LUCILLI3 GROSS .... . . . ....,........,................. President
MARY EOGLESTON .... ...... V 1'cefP1-esidenr
DOROTHY SCHRIEBER .. ,... Sem-erm-5''To-ea.w.1'eo'
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Founded in 1915
Flower: SHAMROCK Colors: GREEN AND WHITE
MARY EGGLESTON .....
LUCILLE LAVENBERG ....
CATHERINE TRESSLAR .....
JANE BENNETT ........
GRACE SANZENBACHER ....
MARION WEIGHTMAN .....
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Dorothy Jane Pollock
Mary Helen Tresslar
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Mary Ann Ward
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Marion Tallman Ruth Mtirttmn Jessie Hamman Ruth McGinnis Mary Cline
Helen Sidclall Katherine Emch Virginia Storm C. Blanchard Pauline W'ells
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Founded in 1920
Flower: BABY Mums Colors BRONVN AND GOLD
DOROTHY SCHREIBER . . . .A........ Presrdenr
MARVEL STOLL ..... Vree Presrdern
MAURINE LALONDE .... .. Recording Secretary
ELIZABETH SCHNELL ..., .. . Correspondmg Secretary
LAUREL CAMPBELL ...A Treasurer
MAXINE SAGE ........ Reporter
MADELYN POPE ......,. Curator
MARGARET WILLIAMS .... Faculty Adviser
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Duruthy Arnold Ivadellc Gelmring Dorothea Harms Ruth Parker E. Qvermyer
Betty Bartlett Melba Evans Evelyn Dirr Virginia Palmer C. Rodenhauser
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Founded in 1911
Flower: CHRYSANTHEMUM Colors: GREEN AND GOLD
LUCILLE GRoss ......
VIRGINIA STARNER .....
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1 MARGARET FRUEND ..... ....... R eco-rding Secretary
1 WILMA HALL ........ ..... C oi-responding Secretary
ALICE TRIPPENSEE ..... ................ T freasurer
MARY PERRY ........... ..... R eporter
ALMEDA MAY JANNEY ..... .... A dvisev
Florence Abbott Margaret Perry
Ruth Butler Mary Perry
Dorothy Doan Dorothy Schuh
Katherine Fruend Betty Slow
Margaret Fruend Virginia Starner
Lucille Gross Martha Taylor
Wilma Hall Mabel Timson
Alma Hinchman Alice Trippensee
Thelma Miller Edna Watkins
Betty Algeo Ruth Mielke
Mildred Bolz Maurine Patterson
Murlyn Cameron Eleanor Quillin
Ruth Chilcote Loretta Schill
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Vwginia Sturncr Lucille Gross Wilma Hall Margaret Fruend
Mabel Timson Mznry Perry Thelma Miller Maurine Patterson Katherine Fruend
Alice Trippensec Murlyn Cameron Florence Abbott Ruth Chilcote Dorothy Doan
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Founded in 1923
y Flower: POPPY Colors: CRIMSON AND BLACK
l EDNA RANFFT .... ........... ....... P r esiderir
Q MARIE CARP. ..... ........... V icefPresidem
NAOMI POLLARD. . . .... Corresponding Secretary
WILMA LIFFERING .... ..... R ecording Secretary
JANE KAMKE .... .......... 'T reasurer
E DOROTHY MILLER .... ........ R eporter
i MARION DEWEESE ..... .... S enior Adviser
l GERMAINE BAER. . ...... Adviser
MRS. J. M. CONDRIN ..... .... P atrorress
Dorothy Bleckner Grace Lanzinger
Marie Carr Wilma Liffring
Marion DeWeese Wilda Meek
Rosalie Elsperman Dorothy Miller
Lena Folger Naomi Pollard
Margaret Hart Edna Ranfft
Jane Kamke Margaret Vance
Eleanore Bage Dorothy Kreplever
Irene Carr Corrine Landenslager
Ruth Cranker Betty Long
Eleanore Corns Rose McWilliams
Vivian Cunningham Phyllis Pettit
Betty Genac Virginia Ruggles
Ruth Gruenwald Betty Schwartzkoif
Marjorie Kibler Vivian Smith
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Margaret Vance Lena Folger Dorothy Miller Marian DeWese Ruth Cranker
Wilma Liffring Jane Kamke Betty Long lvfargaret Hart Naomi Pollard
Phyllis Petitt V. Cunningham Marcia Witherall R. Elsperman Virginia Ruggles
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Founded in 1931 Colors: PURPLE AND GOLD
FLORENCE PONEMAN . . . ......... .... P resident
i IDA GOLDSTEIN ..... A .... Secretary
l EVA MOSTOV .... . . .Tiesasiwer
MARGARET KLEIN. .. Utility Ojjicei
MOLLY ZUKER ......... ..... R eponei
Mrs. JESSIE STAFFORD ..... .... A dvisev
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I Founded in 1931 Colors: ORCHID AND SILVER
i M. DOROTHY BOOR ..,.... President
MARY W. BELL ..... VicefPr-esidenr
ELIZABETH GESSNER. .. ....... Secretary
GAYNELLE SNYDER .... .... T reansurer
IRENE HOLLERBACH ......, . . .Reporter
DOROTHY V,-XNDENBROEK .... ..,. A dviser
M. Dorothy Boor
7 Ruth Burroughs
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Chi Rho Nu
Leslie Van Wormer
Phi Kappa Chi
. .... Secretary-Treasurer
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Sigma Bela Phi
. Edward Kutz
Chi Bela Chi
Alpha Phi Omega
Kappa Iota Chi
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l Founded in 1921 COLORS: PURPLE AND GoLn
OLIVER RIDEOUT ..,.. .......... ....... P v esidenr
CHARLES, JARVIS . , .... VicefPresidem
ALBERT BIRCH .... ....... S ecretrwy
RALPH WITTLIAN . . . . ........ 'Treasure-r
RICHARD KRAUSS ......... SergeamfarfArms
PRoF. J. B. BRANDEBERRY .... .... .... ........ A d 11 iser
Albert Birch Reeves Kidney
Richard Bloker Max Krause
Edwin Boldt Richard Krauss
james Brinley David Manning
Donald Cole Burdette Mallory
Maxwell Cooley Charles Masters
Albert Cox John McCord
Clarence Day Richard Pelton
l Paul Day Cliver Rideout
l jacob Folger Russell Ryerson
Bernard Grover Welliiigton Schaal
I Adolph Harste Wayiie Shepherd
Julian Heitman Karl Shull
John Holly Coyle Smith
Charles Jarvis Marvin Timm
Robert Jennings Kenneth Wallace
Harold Kabel Ralph Wittman
Don Appel Robert Morey
Robert Baumgartner Carlton Rae
Richard Brayton Robert Rankin
Richard Hanselman Marlen Schvvachenwald
' Harry Hatch Robert Shepherd
l Robert Huenefeld John Sheridan
James King Eldridge Smith
Raymond Leake Spencer Svveeny
Carlton Marhais Ralph Thayer
James Miller Marvin Van Vw7ormer
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Karl Shull Max Krause Julian Hcitman W. Schaal John Holly Reeves Kidney
james Miller Adolf Harste Bernard Grover Richard Palma B. Mallory Richard Bloker
Donald Appel M. VanWormer R. Brayton R. Leake M. Schwachf Harold Kabel
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Founded in 1915
DONALD SHARPE .....
DOUGLAS MARsHALL ....
ARDEN LILES ........
WALTER DENCE .....
CHARLES CARSON ......
DEAN BOHRER ..........
DR. H. H. M. BOWMAN .....
Colors: BLACK AND WHITE
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Richard Barnes Douglas Marshall H. H. M. Bowman Donald Sharpe Vance Gray
Phil Lee Robert Goslinc Arden Liles George Cook Gerhard Burde James Gross
Richard Rothert Allan Emerson H. Stevenson Henry Moor Don Alspach Glenn Moan
Dean Bohrer Charles Stahl Hall Liles Irving Reiser John Dowd William Main
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Founded 1925. Colors: Blue and White
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
MANUEL DAVIS ........ Noble Grand ........ SYDNEY WITTENBERO
LOUIS LEIBOVITZ ....... Vice Grand ..... ............. J OE BLOOM
IRA LEVINE ........... Scribe ....... ........ B EN SCHULAK
I WILLIAM SCHULLER .... Bursar ............... WILLIAM SOHULLER
JOE BLOOM ............ SergeamfarfA.r-ms .......... LOUIS LEIBOVITZ
ELI DORE ............. Keeper of Archives. . .... MANUEL DAVIS
DR. LORAIN FORTNEY. ..Facul1:5f Adviser
Joe Bloom Ben Sehulak
Manuel Davis Williani Schuller
Allen uoldstem Charles Schwartz
Louis Leibovitz I
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Herbert Perlis Sydney Wittenberg
Edward Cheyfitz Alex Fishbein
Leland Bellnuan Melvin Nagler
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Founded in 1921
JAMES STOWER . . .
ARNOLD STRAKA . . .
WALTER GIBSON ....
EDWARD GARRISON. .
ROY HUMMEL ......
GEORGE WANDTKE ..
VAN SIOKLE .....
Colors: RED AND WHITE
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Founded in 1929. Colors: Blue and Gold
I FRANKLYN HAWKINS .... ......... ..... S e 'niov Consul
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ROBERT VERNIER .. ........ Scribe
i MANLEY MALLETT . . . ..... Custodian
WILLIAM SNOW ............. ..... M orslwl
DR. CHARLES J. BUSHNELL .... .,... A dmsei
jack Arkebauer Carl Kumpe
Allen Ballanger Robert Lampton
Mellen Bitter Seth Lloyd
Thomas Bourque Q Mailley Mallett
Karl Brenner Lawrence Mominee
Walter' Brimmer Milo H. Philbin
K. Marvixi Burbank Kenneth Rogman
SCOtt Dill Robert Sells
Philp Eckert Matthew J. Siefke
Howard Emery Graham Smith
Richard Hanselman Williain Snow
Franklyn Hawkins Homer Spurgeon
William Hyde Robert Vernier
Norman Johnson Frederick Walbolt
John King Robert VVitker
Robert King Kenneth Wright
Robert Byram Ted. Walinski
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Founded in 1918 Colors: BLACK AND GOLD
, EDWARD Kurz ........ ......... ........ P 1 esidewt
l ROLLAND BUHRER ...... ..... V ice President
l HARRISON TRAUTWEIN .... ..... .S ecretavv
r HERBERT GOETZ ........ . . . Treasurer
PROF. W. F. BROWN ........ .... . . .. Adviser
Harold Alexander Francis McManus
l Lewis Bartlett Leonard Mohr
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Robert Mussehl Robert Rankin
John Shcchy Leonard Mohr
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Q Founded in 1921 Colors: SCARLET AND GRAY
l ROBERT KELB .... ......... ........ P r esidenc
LOYAL CALKINS ..... ....... V icefPresidenr
KARL REISER ....... ............ T reasurer
' WILLIAM BURGESS
PHILIP HARRIS ......
l BERNARD SEITZ . . .
y ROY YOUNG ........
l DR. C. K. SEARLES .....
l William Burgess
William De Sana
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. . . . .Corresponding Secretary
. . . .Sergearitfa1:fArrns
B. Adna Snyder
. . Adviser
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Rodney Vinson Donald McLean ,lack Taylor
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Beta Lambda Chapter
Founded in 1879 Colors: Scarlet and Gray
JOHN PARR .... ............ ........ R e gent
JUSTIN CROSBY ...... ..... V ice Regent
RUSSELL WILLEMAN . . . ...... Secretary
NORMAN SAMPSON . . . .... Treasurer
ARTHUR KUNTZ .... Histo-riaii
RAYMOND SMITH .. ..... Chaplain
DR. H. M. BOWMAN PROP. W. M. REED
DR. H. R. KREIDER MR. E. E. ROHRER
I Earl Day A Raymond Smith
Justin Crosby Harold Taylor
1 Russell Knowles George Valliguette
Arthur Kuntz Stanley White
Dwight Neeley Russell Willeman
Leslie Overmier Irving Hibbard
Walter Gffeller Harold Korte
James Page Kenneth Grunden
john Parr Floyd Smith
Norman Sampson Milton Borchers
Arthur Brourr Franklyn Neal
Norman Crary james Perdue
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Raymond Smith Milton Boscher
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Founded in 1925 . Colors: Black and Gold
SAM BERKOVITZ ........ ....... P resident
DAVE COHEN ..... .... V icefPresident
AARON LEVISON .... 'Treasurer
HARRY FINK ..... . . . . .Secretary
LOUIS LEVIN . .. ........... Reporter
BEN ILLMAN . . . . .SergeanrfatfArms
DR. NURSE .. ........ Adviser
i Acfive Members
Morris Bame Hyman Ginsberg
Rflbeff Bam? Herbert Kimmelman'
Sam Berkovit: Louis Levin
Dave Cohen Aaron Levison
Harry Fink Ben Illman.
Harold Friedman Sam MO1eV1t5
Irving Fromkin Sol Shcnk
Simon Abramovitz Edward Levine
Q Qscar Abramovitz Sam Schwartz
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l X Founded in 1924
l l CHARLES BL'sHNELL DR. LINCOLN LONG
' National VIce'PI'esident Natl Honorary Member
y l Officers
l MANDE BROXYN. . . ......... ........ P resident
1 FRANK BURNS .... Vicefpresiclent
l MARION SPRENG . . , ........ Secretary
y LESTER HIKRING ...... .... T reasureru
' , ALIIE SCHNVERTZLER ..... . . . .... Hostess
I f CHARLES BUSHNELL .... .................... A dvisew-
' ! DOCTOR LINCOLN LONG .... . . .National Honorary Member
I Acfive Members
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Q Walter Argow Lorain Fortney Bernice Rairdon
I Elizabeth Aufderheide Hazel Geiner Mary Reardon
l Forest Blanchard Leroy Grant Mary Roach
l Mabel Bourquin Mariaii Grewer Gertrude Schottenfels
I Florence Briese Lester Haring Mrs. A. C. Schrader
Mande Brown Grace Irwin Ame Schwertzler
, Virginia Brown Susan Knight Clair Searles
Frank Burns Marion Kreiger Sadie Shiple
l Howard Burtch Mrs. James Lane Joseph Smith
Charles Bushnell Aileen Leitner Sherman Smith
Olga Bushnell Florence Lester William Snow
Bess Campbell Fred Leu Marian Spreng
Margaret Clarke Myrtle Lorenz Katherine Tobin
Mary Colleary Lewis McKibben Helen Tucker
Grace Cronk Edith Militzer Frances Valintine
Hazel Darby E. Louise Moss Lawerence Vander
I Grace DeLisle Corra Muhme Eloise Voorheis
, Eileen Eberth Florence Muhme Lorna Wager
Elizabeth Eckhardt Merel Newcomb Joseph Woolf
Ruth Jane Essinger Harrison Grians Ella Reed
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Louise Moss Clair Seurles Marian Spreng Williaiil Snow Howard Burch
Florence Lester Cora Mulinie Katherine Tobin Lawrence Vander Susan Knight
Fred Leu Walter Argow Olga Bushnell Sherman Smith Sadie Shiple
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ll ll THE Biological Society is an honorary organization formed in the spring of 1951 for
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promotion of the dissemination of scientific truth and the furtherance of biological inf
To be eligible for membership in the society a candidate must have the total uni'
versity scholastic record of 1.25 points and a biology average of at least 1 5 pointsg he
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li purpose of this relationship as associated members is to extend the influence of the
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1 This organization has applied for a chapter from Beta Beta, a national honorary
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p Louis E. Moses ..... ........... .............. P 1 esident
l ABE STEINBERG ....... ........ ........... V i cefPresident
SYDNEY WITTENBERG .................... Secretary and Treasurer
Members in Faculty
DR. H. H. M. BOWMAN
PRQF. JOHN M. CONDRIN DR. EDWIN M. KNIGHTS
Mary L. Dean Louis E. Moses
Roger Forsythe Florence Poneman
Helen Leech Ben Schulak
Robert Merrill Bert Seligman
Sam Molevitz Abe Steinberg
Sydney Wittenbe1'g Louis lvloses Abe Steinberg
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BERNARD GROVER ....................................... Editor
SYDNEY WITTENEERC ...... ...Business Manager
DEAN GEORGE F. EVANS ..... ......... A dmser
RUSSELL RYERSON ......
MANUEL DAVIS, EDWARD
. . . . .Assistant Business Managers
SOCIETY EDITOR VV'OMENlS ATHLETIC EDITOR
Naomi Bossler Josephine Hauman
ATHLETIC EDITOR CALENDAR EDITOR
Robert Jennings Margaret Peffy
p Donald Cole PANEL EDITOR
Reginald Jackson Albert COX
Kenneth Wallace CLASS EDITOR
Richard Brayton Mary Eggleston
GERHIARD BURDE ............ . ................ Pllotogmphy Editor
CARMEN BARNES, DOROTHEA SCI-INITRER .,....... Staff Srenogvaphers
Ralph Wittnian Charles Jarvis
Marjorie Albrecht Jane Kamke
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Robert Jennings William Preston Gerhard Burde Naomi Bossler Madelyn Pope
Charles Jarvis Carmen Barnes Margaret Perry Josephine Hauman Russell Ryerson
Donald Appel Albert Cox ' Helen Wise Franklyn Hawkins Donald Cole l
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WILLIAM SNOW ....... ....
NAOLII BOSSLER ..... . .
RAY KING ..........
IRENE HOLLERBACH. . .
. . . .News Editor
. . . . .Sports Editor
. . . .Literary Critic
MARY EGOLESTON. . . .... Society Editor
I ALFRED COHN .... ...Exchange Editor
l GEORGE COOK ..... .... S taff Artist
3 WILLIAM HALL .... ..... A dviser
CHARLOTTE WEBB ......................... .... W ornen's Sports
ROBERT JENNINGS ...... ................ S ports
. GENIFREDE THOMPSON .... .... A ssistant News Editor
' Business Staff
i LORIN KERR ........ ....................... B iisiness Manager
ROLLAND BUEHRER . . . ..... Assistant Business Manager
GRACE LANZINGER .... .... . . .... ............ S ecretary
, Jane Eberly Phyllis Pettit
Loyal Calkins Justin Richter
l Jessie Hammann Evelyn Dunn
l Natalie Hinz Leonard Mohr
E Marian Howell Donald Durr
Francis Ake Edward Jackson
Dorothy Kanode Felice Kozak
Parnell Dumiller Mary Krepleever
Eleanor Coakley Richard Medlexi
J William Hyde Sol Shenk
Kenneth Wallace Graham Smith
Edith Johnstone Ruth Menne
John King Helen Wise
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John King Genifrcde Thompson Jessie Hamman Irene Hollerbach
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national honorary journalistic cofeducational fraternity, was formed
in March, 1930. Members are selected on a basis of their ability and
I interest in journalistic work.
FRANKLYN R. I'I.-KWKINS .............. ........ P resident
J WILLIAM T. PRESTON .... ..... V icefPresident
l MARY EGGLESTON ..... .... ....... S e cvetavy
l Franklyn Hawkins Harold L. Davis
Edward C. Kutz Dorothy Wells
Mary Eggleston Charles Sweeney
Lorin Kerr Geraldine Mathias
Sydney Witteiiberg A
The founders of the Press Club named above will be charter mem
bers of Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma in Toledo.
Naomi Bossler Edith Johnstone
Geraldine Brown John King
R.OllHI'1d BUQDICI' Rzly
Eleanor Coakley Felice KO,-:ak
Alfred Cohn Mary Krepleever '
George Cook Dorothy Kanode
EV?lyn Dunn Richard Medlen
Helm Dunn Ruth Menne
DOHHEQDDFTT Richard Pelton
lm ery Phyllis Pettit
Robert Eley , .
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Jessie Hamman S I Sh k
Irene Hollerbach O an I
Marian Howell Graham Smith
William Hyde William Snow
Edward Jackson Genifrede Thompson
Bgrnafd Grover Kenneth Wallace
Reginald Jackson Charlotte Webb
Robert Jennings Helen Wise
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JUANITA KISSEL .....
MARGARET FRUEND ....
WALTER AROOW ...........
M. DOROTHY BOOR ..........
MRS. JESSIE DOWD STAFFORD ....
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. . . . .Business Manager
ELWOOD ALLAN ......................... . . .
M. Dorothy Boor
Wm. T. Burgess
Helen Lou Tucker
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Vvhiltcr Argow Juanita Kisscll
Naomi Bossler Ruth Mielke
Donald Appel Virginia Storm
Carrne Barnes George Cook
james Miller Thelma Miller
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MARVEL STOLL .... ......... .....
EDNA RANFTT .... . . .Vice President
EVA MOSTOV ...... .....
MADELYN POPE .,... . . .
Dorothy Arnold Eva Mostov
Laurel Campbell ' Ethel Pappajohn
Dyrexa Chapman Madelyn Pope
Ruth CfHDli6f Helen ROSS 4
Evelyn Dirr Edna Ranfft
Maude Drunkenmiller Sue Rucker
i Lena Folger Maxine Sage
Alina Ffeidel Elizabeth Schnell
Ivadeue Gehrmg Doroth Schreiber
Mercedes Johnson Y
jaunita Kissell Marvel Stoll
Wilma Liffring Helen Lou Tucker
Theone Marti Helen Weadel ,
Ruth Menne Margaret Wilsoii
Dorothy Miller jane Wine
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KARL REISER ..... .......... ........ P T esident
ROBERT KELB .... .... V icefP'resident
WILLIAM SNOW .... . . . ......... 'Treasurer
LOYAL CALKINS .... .... C orresponding Secretary
FRANKLIN HAWKINS .... ...... R ecomdmg Secretary
STANLEY JEFFERY. . ........... Chaplin
l DR FRANK NURSE MR, CHALMER DYER
J Allan Ballinger Seth Lloyd
i Lorin Beebe John Meier
Fred Banda Don McLean
E. Pierce Brown Tom Mcelroy
William Burgess Ralph Miller
Loyal Calkins Charles Myers
Donald Cameron Spencer Northrup
Gerald Carey Thomas Reeves
Carleton Fox Irving Reiser
Allan Gintzel Kari Reiser
Irving Gressman John Rutschow
Franklin Hawkins Lloyd Runyan
Philip Harris Robert Sawyer
Earl Heinzelman Carlton Schultz
Al Huber Vergil Shepler
William Hyde Edward Sillence
Stanley Jeffery Coyle Smith
Bob Jennings William Snow
Leonard Jacobs Russell Somerville
Robert Kelb B. Adna Snyder
Vincent Komorowski Valentine Thomson
Henry Kreider Blair Unkenholz
Edward Kutz Edward Wetcher
Bob Lewinski Richerd Weter
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Edward Sillence William Burgess Gerald Carey Edwin Wetcher i
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MARY AGNES MYERS .... .......... ...... P 1 esrdent
FLORENCE ABBOTT .... .... V icefPresrdent
CHRISTINE PETCOFF .... .......
GERTRUDE. LEASOR. . . ...... i. .Treasurer
MRS. MAY BLANCHARD .... .... F aculty Adviser
. . 'Y Members
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ROBERT KELB ............ .... V 1'cefPresident
DR. G. HARRISON ORIANS ............................... Adviser
THE Debating Association of the University of Toledo completed
this year the fullest schedule in the history of forensic activities
at this institution. Twenty-one debates for men were included in this
schedule. Of these three were nonfdecisive in character, three losses,
and fifteen were victories for the local squads. Decisions were by
critic judges, trio judges, and audience vote.
A new feature of the Debating Association was the forming of
a women's debate squad. Two questions were used by the women:
State Medicine and Chain Stores, the lirst in single debates with Chio
University: Findlay and Miami, the latter in a debate with Northwest'
ern University. Of the women's debates two were nonfdecisive in
character, three were recorded victories.
Negative Team: Marcia Withe1'ell, Helen Lou Tucker.
Cregon Style: Charlotte Kepner, Helen Lou Tucker.
Cregon Style fChain Storesjz Murlyii Cameron, Helen Lou Tucker.
Men's Conference Debates: Afiirmative-Howard Kline, Capt., Spenf
cer Northru, Robert Kelbg Richard Brayton, Alternate.
Negative Team: Edwin Reid, Capt., Arnold Sukrow, William Snow:
Bernard Wolson, Alternate.
Oregon Team: Pleader, Williaiii Snow: Speaker, Edwin Reid: Cross
Examiner, Howard Kline.
TwofMan Team: William Snow and Howard Kline.
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DOROTHY SCHREIBER .... ....,.... ..... P if esidem
JOSEPHINE HAUMAN . . .... VicefPvesidenr
MARGARET FREUND .... ..... S ecreravy
CATHERINE TRESSLAR .... .... T reasurer
Mary Eggleston Lucille Lavenberg
Margaret Freund Sue Rucker
Josephine Hauman Dorothy Schreiber
Alma Hinchman Charlotte Webb
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Sue Rucker Mary Eggleston
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WINIFRED CLARK .... ,............ .... ....... P fr e sident
l BERNICE HUSTED .... .............. V icefP'fes1dent
GERTRUDE COLLINS ..... ..... C owesponding Secretary
MARIE CARR ............ .............. S ecreuwy
HOWARD KLINE ............ ......... 'T veasmer
Miss ALMEDA MAY JANNEY .... ..... F aculty Adviser
Alvin Bippus Margaret Freund
Marie Carr Elizabeth Gessner
Winifred Clark Mrs. Gosline
Alfred Cohn Thelma Greenway
Gertrude Collins Bernice Husted
Marion DeWeese Juanita Kissel
Albert Dietz Howard Kline
Genevive Edstrom Sue Rucker
Genevieve Edstrom Gordon Sheffield
Howard Emery Franklin Steinmiller
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4 CARMEN BARNES . . ........ ....... P resident
DOROTHY FRANCIS . . . .... VicefP1esident
DONALD COOPER, .... ...., 'T reasmev
CHARLES RHODES .... Secretary
EDITH JOHNSTONE .... .... R epovtev
Ruth Rosacrans Charles Rhodes
Clarence Thomas Ruth Schwartz
Mary Ann Ward jean Hicks
Bernard Wolsoii Dorothy Jennings
Maybelle Beach Ralph McClellan
Lenore Brown Bruce Melvin
Harry Fenneberg Leland Underhill
Robert Baumgartner Rodney Vinson
Harold Boyne Suzanne Blanchard
Victoria Bussdieker AHC6 Eggl6SI1011
Mary Cartin Dorothy Francis
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EdiIar5OLI:ii1e Gladys Whitmore
H M jane Wine
'eng Oor Marjorie Canfield
Marian Tallrnan Alice Cottrell
Luelva Wefneft Philip Harris
Edna RHHEU Allan Cintzel
John Murphy Donald Cooper
Dorothy Ramni Williaiii Mernab
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Carmen Barnes Edith Johnstone
jane Bennett Catherine Tresslar Edna Ranft Helen Wise
Margaret Hart Luelva Wernert Virginia Stor Bernard Wolson
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ROBERT KELB .....
WILLIAM BURGESS ..
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Frank Bond Bernard Seitz
Gerald Bond Charles Rhoades
John Laubaek Pierce Brown
Naomi Bossler Arnold Lapp
Loretta. Wienk Vincent Komorowski
Lucille Gross John Sheehy
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John Sheehy Lucille Gross Bernard Seitz
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MAURINE LALONDE ....
FLORENCE KERR ..........
DoRoTHY DOAN ....,.......
DR. E. ADOLE SCHUMACHER ....
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. . . .Treasurer
. . . . .Reporter
. . . .Adviser
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Maurinc La Londe Elizabeth Schnell
Florence Kerr Alina Friedel Margaret McGuire Marvel Stoll
Francis Lankcr Maixde Drunkenmiller Bernice Gomorski Dorothy Doan
Fern Schaller Ruth Mielke Helen Leach Kathryn Davis
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Ki WILMA HALL ....................................... President
I PAUL DAY .... .... V ice Preszdent
l MARY PERRY .... ..... S ecvetary
HOWARD DAY .............. .............,.... T freaszwer
A V1oL1Ns FLUTE
l Harry Goldberg Paul DQY
l Melvin Nagler HORN5
l Clfiiflylfigiibeth OQNEH Don Alspach
l Arthur Rantz Howard Day
Cecile Vashaw TRUMPET5
Ralph Zucker Glenn Martin
C Matthew Siefke
ELLOS Bruce Wagonla11der
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l Emily Rairdon IFOMBONES
Y Harriet Wise Allen Ballmgef
l Paul Nye
A BASS Paul Ziemer
l Edward Jablinski TUBA
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l Lawrence Stelle Robert Byram
l ACCOMPANISTI Mary Perry
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CATHERINE TRESSLAR . . . . ....... VicefPresidenr
MARY EGGLESTON ......... .... S CC7'CfdTy'TT6dSuT67'
DEAN KATHERINE EASLEY ..... .... ........ A cl wiser
VIRCLINIA STAIINER MARY EIIGLIESTON
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4 CARL GOFF .............. ............. V icefPresident
l GERTRUDE LEASOR ........... . .... Secretary and Treasurer
Q PROFESSOR VJAYNE DANCER ........... ......... F aculty Adviser
Malcolm Baxter Elie Hazera Charlie Postelwait
Dorothy Boor Earl Heinzelman Zora Powlesland
Walter Brimmer Edwin Jablinski Elena Ray
Charles Campbell Henrietta Jennings Helen Rolfes
l Katherine Davis Alma Kiewat Kenneth Rossman
l Manuel Davis Robert King Ella Ruedy
Albert Dietz Richard Krauss Wanda Sobodnski
Ralph Donely Mary Krepleever Courtland Taraschke
Wilson Edwards Garland Kyle Genifrede Thom Son
Edith Ein Roland Lamley F W lk p
Cedric Eredericks Collette Langenderfer sin 6 er ,
Eugene Gauthier Gertrude Leasor Wllfred Wllllanls
Crville Cerdes Manley Mallett Ralph Wlfflllan
l Charles Gilbert Henry Meyerhofer KHfh1'YH Zlmmefmali
l Carl Goff Ted Miller Velma Zimmerman
L Professor J. B. Brandeberry lvlaurice M. Lemme
Professor Wayne Dancer Alfred Riopelle
y ' Professor J, B. Winslow
l CARL GOFF GENIFREDE THOMSON GERTRUDE LEASOR
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Gospel Team of The University of the
City of Toledo
LOYAL CALKINS ,.,.......... ..... C aprain
Karl Reiser Bernard Squires
William Snow Allan Ballinger
Edward Sillence Gerald Carey
Franklyn Hawkins Robert A. Jennings
Seth Lloyd Thomas McElroy
THE Gospel Team of the University of the City of Toledo was organized in the fall
of 1927, by its present captain, under the auspices of the Student Y. M. C. A.
This team has grown from a mere club project to one of the busiest Gospel Teams in
During the Hrst year of its service the team held six meetings in the Toledo
churches. The next year ten services were held as interest in the team began to
spread through the churches. The third year the group gained state and national fame
by holding thirtyfsix services in Toledo. That year the Gospel Team appeared before
three young people's conventions, gave one hundred and ten speeches and talked to
approximately five or six thousand people. In the last year the team has held services
every Sunday evening and will exceed its previous record.
The members of the team are from many denominations and strive only to advance
the ideals of Christian ethics. All the programs are held on the same plan so as to be
free from all sectual differences.
The Gospel Team has two purposes. First, to better aquaint the churchfgoing
public with the aims and activities of the students at their municipal university. Second,
to, in as far as possible, correctly interpret the ethical and religious opinions of the
university students of today.
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UCCESS at last! I drove my car out of the "Herring, Cross and Griffith garage."
Everything seemed to be wrong with my "Manion Eight," but under the super?
vision of Lucille Cross and Robert Keck the motor was soon purring its best. Down
the street I sailed to drive into the gas station and fill the tank. Charles farvis-
how well he had stood the toil of years--welcomed me.
L'Well, Chuck, how's everything?" I asked.
'lPretty good," he said, Hand what are you doing these days?"
"Plenty," I answered. L'Haven't you been reading the papers? Plranlqlyn Haw'
lgins, editor of the 'Toledo Daily,' has been giving me plenty of publicity. Haven't
you read about the pension bill just passed?"
"Ch, you mean that one about a LState Pension for College Women unable to
obtain Teaching Positions?"
i'That's the one! Didn't you know the University of Toledo graduates of our
class put that over?"
"VJ ere there many interested?" Chuck asked.
"Many? just read this listf' I said, taking it out of my purse. "Here it is-
Mary Eggleston, Adelaide Hogae, Dorothy Schreiber, Marvel Stoll, Wayne Shepherd,
Genevieve Eclstrom, and May Blaaseyf'
"Stop! This is too much," sobbed Charlie. "Isn't there any hope of honest
work for all these people?"
I shook my head, "None except by a state pension system. Well, we have
succeeded, so things look brighter from now on."
"Howard Kline and Bert Seligman, able politicians at Columbus, helped us a
great deal. Did you know Doug Marshall had taken over Knute Rockne's place at
Notre Dame and that Don Sharpe obtained the position of coach at the University?"
"Yes, they were lucky," Chuck answered.
Curiosity always did bother me! uChuck, why are you here? You had won'
derful success in your medical olhce with Lorin Kerrf I said.
'LCh, ho," he laughed, "dont you know a vacation when you see one?"
So that was it. Well, I was satislied and soon drove on my way, remembering
it was late and that I had tickets for the Shakespearean Play. Taking my car home,
I called a cab and directed the driver to take me to the l'ShullU Opera House. I got
my tickets from Marian Tallman, only to hurry in and have them snatched from my
hand by Martin Ceslgowski, while Abe Steinberg, manager of the theatre, smiled in
approval at the fast coming crowd. Mary Cordon ushered me to my seat as the
lights dimmed. Consulting my program, I found to my surprise many old classmates
in the cast. Walter Argow, a wonderful Hamlet, Catherine Tresslar, the deceitful
queen, Iaanita Kissell, a charming Cphelia, and Dale Kettle and Adolf Harste, 'two
of the funniest grave diggers I ever saw.
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William DeSana was busy at the piano during the intermission, when I saw Leslie
Van Wormer and Herbert Ness, well known real estate dealers. Opposite from them
were Winifred Clark, Mary Cline, Eleanor Evers, Ruth Libbe, and Marie Carr, rep'
rcsentatives of the Toledo Business Wonien's Organization. In a far corner 'Thelma
Creenamay, a society editor, scribbled notes.
Glancing at my program, I found it was printed at the "Radunz and Cooper,
print shop, art work was by Mary Evans and Louise Taylor. Wilbemt Wacker was
stage director and Katherine Zimmerman was in charge of properties. She had done
well, I thought, to inveigle period furniture from the "Seitz and Sattingeru decorating
company. The play ended, the music started again, and Carl Brenner and Robert
Bain presented the flowers to the stars.
Out on the street I again summoned a Bond Cab de Luxe. Charles Campbell,
the courteous driver, took me to the Conold Hotel, where I dined in luxury. I rec'
ognized Ralph Cooley, the head waiter, and Fannie Harris, the cloak room girl.
I left my table to join Iosephine Hauman, one of the few married people of my
class. She had plenty of pleasant gossip to offer. "Did you know," she asked, "that,
Florence Kerr has just returned from her third trip around the world? Irene Holler'
bagh and Grace Schoonmalger are stylists at the fashionable 'West and Williams' Def
partment Store. Kenneth Neubrecht and Harold Dunn are making history on a pro,
fessional football team."
"Stop!" I shouted. l'Whei'e do you learn all this?"
"Well," she said, "I was down in the drug store, one of the many owned by
Rose Kwapich, and I met Naomi Pollard, director of the Y. W. C. A. She gave me
some of the information. Oh, here, have some of these Gilbert chocolates. Henrietta
Breno has charge of the distribution of these in that factoryf,
uSay," I whispered, "isn't that Harry Casey dancing there?"
"It surely is," she answered, "and that's Maurine LaLonde he's with. She's a
famous musical comedy star now, and hes a successful broker."
"I just saw a matinee and I must be hurrying home," I said.
"Yes, and I must go to the library," Jo answered. "I was going to get that
new novel by Earl Day from the Reid book shop, but I just saw Marian DeWeese
and she said they had it at the library. Margaret Freund is at the library, too. My,
it certainly was a waste of good teachers when all you people couldn't get positions,
but now that your pension bill has passed I guess a good many of you will be happy."
Just as we were leaving the hotel a beautiful "Garland Kyle" limousine drove by.
"That's Homer Matzinger, 'I'oledo's richest man, and with him is Edward Katz,
who is running for mayor," said jo.
"Yes," I answered, "I knew all that, but did you know that Ella Ruedy and
Alice Winslow are both running for sheriff?"
At last I knew something first. We parted and as I walked down the street
familiar signs met my eyes: "Maurice Leavell Cffers the Best in Advertising," "Roger
Forsyth and William Fetters Cigar Store," "Laubach and Lauer Aviation School."
By this time I decided it was a man's world.
Turning to the movie district, I changed my mind. Cne of Katherine Davis'
famous novels was being presented. Edna McLaughlin was starring, assisted by Elena
Ray and George Randall, a clever comedian. -
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' .I w,-ui-.5'.4.' Karl Reiser, door man at the theatre, lured everyone in with his call of, "No
waiting, plenty of seats inside." I stopped long enough to admire his fine costume
l and to glance at the coming attractions. Ralph Wittman was being featured in a
play with Helen Rolfes. Funny how so many Toledoans had gone "Hollywood"
Hearing some commotion, I turned and saw Fred Zilles, a policeman, giving
Edward Rohrer a ticket for parking his grocery truck double. Edward said he was
a personal friend of Willis Scojield, chief of police, so the ticket was torn up.
I stepped into Bornett's Soda Fountain to buy a magazine. fohn Brown had
recently taken over the Hearst interest, I found, and I discussed his well known
career with Stanley Kwiatlqowslqi, the drug store cowboy.
p Glancing through the magazine, I saw that Foster and Frazier headed a well
I known correspondence school, and read in the testimony that Irene Kibler added much
to her college course by these lessons. ' g
I I saw Bernard Squires on my way out and he told me he had just taken over a
I night club with Robert Kelb. I promised to go to see it, especially when he told me
Alrne Kiewat and Elizabeth Crane were hostesses.
It was nearly live o'clock, and so I hastened to the olhce of Russell Knowles and
Stanley Davis, attorneys, to send in Henrietta fennings' petition for a pension. See'
ing Gordon Kohls' dentist olhce in the same building, I dashed in to make an appointf
ment. Vincent Kornorowski, the attendant, offered to extract my tooth immediately.
He slipped the gas tube over my face. I felt a sharp tugging, and my eyes opened.
I was at a table, books piled high, tests on their way, and a class prophecy to
write. The last year at school almost completed with plenty of work to do, and I
was napping. But what an idea for a prophecy.
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Calender of '30 and '3l
17th-Freshman Week. Testsg mixers, physical examsg and all that.
25th-1189 students in the old place, and three to a locker.
Lucky people who had a free hour at 1:10 listened to the world
8th-First regular convo. and some folks had a class at 10:30.
1Oth-Student Council "Fall Frolicf' Cood orchestra and decoration.
18th-Phi Kappa Chi dance in the gmy.
1 20th-PanfHell council says rushing starts Oct. 27.
21st-Judge Austin presents the library with SOO books.
24th-T. U. meets Heidelberg in our iirst night game.
, 25th-Pi Delta Chi, Phi Theta Psi, and Kappa Pi Epsilon hold dances.
, 30th-Phi Kappa Chi dinner. Poly. Sci. students count votes.
l .wlst-Alpha Phi Omega dance, Sigma Delta Rho rush party, and Kappa
l Psi dance and Kappa Iota Chi smoker and dance.
l 4th-Chi Beta Chi theater party.
Sth-Sigma Delta Rho steak dinner and Sigma Beta Phi rush party.
1 7th-Sigma Beta Phi and Chi Rho Nu dances tonight.
, 8th-Chi Beta Chi and Phi Kappa Chi dances.
I 11th-Freshman Freedom Frolic given by the W. A. A. '
14th-T. U. crossfcountry team won 2461 over Ohio Northern.
Dr. and Mrs. Doermann have a new member of the family-a
15th-Pi Delta Chi dance.
21st -Evening Student council dance. Day students are great boosters.
22nd-Phi Theta Psi bridge.
24th-T. U. beat Detroit City College 18fO.
26th-Alpha Phi Omega dance and Chi Beta Chi bridge and dance.
Y 27th-Turkey, Football, Dances-and what have you.
28th-+Sigrna Delta Rho and Sigma Beta Phi dances. Kappa Pi.Epsilon
29th-MPsi Chi Phi and Kappa Iota Chi dances.
5th-Convocation and we heard all about the new building.
6th-Sigma Delta Rho have a "Hard Times Party."
9th-Scholarships announced to: Collins, Berkowitz, Sveda, Rosacrans,
Perry, and Bricker. Congratulations!
11th-Henry Page was hostess to all members of the football squad.
12th--Student Council dance at the Woman's Building. InterfSorority
Council entertained Freshmen Women at a tea in the Women's
20th-Sigma Delta Rho formal dinner.
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22nd-Phi Kappa Chi formal supper dance. lAK'iz4 .-
23rd-Pi Delta Chi and Chi Rho Nu formal dinner dances. 'JM ', ',t"x,-e
25th-There is a Santa Clausg he left lights on the tower. ' P59-'i 'fri 4.
26th-Formal supper dances of Phi Theta Psi and Alpha Phi Cmega.
Sigma Beta Phi and Kappa Iota Chi also entertained with dances. ll
Chi Beta Chi have open house in their new rooms. l
27th-Kappa Pi Epsilon and Psi Chi Phi dinner dances.
Sth-Lucille Gross went to Nat. Convention to represent T. U. sororif
Nth-Chuck Jarvis and Walter Dence report on the N. S. E. A. conf
29th-Vacation startsg moving days are here4goodfbye to the old U.
and hello to the new!
30th-Sigma Delta Rho start vacation with a dance.
11th-Bernard Grover has taken over the editorship of the Blockhouse.
13th-First basketball game in the new "Arena" Bluffton 25, Toledo 23. l
16th-Rushing begins today. Here's where the 'Lfair cofedsv shine. .
17th-Psi Chi Phi tea. Phi Theta Psi novelty party. l
18th-Beta chapter of Pi Delta Chi entertain at a tea.
19th-Kappa Pi Epsilon movie studio party at Police Pistol Club.
21st-Beta chapter of Psi Chi Phi splash party at K. of C. building.
23rd-Beta chapter of Kappa Pi Epsilon bridge in Hillcrest Arms.
24th-Phi Theta Psi Beta bridge in Toledo Yacht Club. Also dedicaf
tion of the Field House tonight. Eindlay 16g Toledo IS.
25th-Pi Delta Chi rush party.
526th-Psi Chi formal dinner at Commodore Perry.
27th-Kappa Pi Epsilon formal dinner in the Toledo Club.
28th-Phi Theta Psi formal dinner at the Park Lane. Pi Delta Chi
bridge luncheon at the Park Lane.
ith-Honor students named today. Here they are: May Blausey, Suf
sannah West, Murlyn Cameron,,Margaret Perry, Maurice Ernsf
berger, Sam Molevitz, Bert Seligman, and Howard Kline.
9th and 10th-Sir Philip Ben Greet presents his famous players in
Twelfth Night in the Little Theater.
16th-IntrafMurals begin. President of N. S. F. A. speaks before
21st-Sigma Delta Rho dance in .Gun Club.
24th-Men's Mixer in the Gym. i
28th-Kappa Pi Epsilon dance in Conference Room.
10th-Junior Prom. Rolland Bueher, Chairman.
11th-Psi Chi Phi bridge in Hillcrest Arms.
15th-W. A. A. bridge in the Conference room.
18th-Kappa. Pi Epsilon bridge in Secor.
24th-Student Council dance.
8th-Sophomore dance. '
15th-Senior Prom. John Sheehy, Chairman.
Exams, graduation, spring formals, and then it's over for a while.
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HE faith which the people of Toledo have had in the project of our
new campus and University Hall has been justified. As early as
1872 there has been an interest in the development of the institution.
Jessup W. Scott gave the city the ground which was our campus until
last January. Plans were being made for a new building when President
Doermann came to us in 1928. His efforts in the acquisition of this
wonderful building arc known to everyone.
Negotiations finished, ground was broken by the Reverend Stephen
K. Mahon on March 3, 1930. The students were all present and the
event was indeed a milefstone in our progress. We have watched it
grow steadily since that time. Dean MacKinnon is another hard and
cheerful worker, to whom we owe a great deal of praise.
On June 12, 1930, the cornerstone was laid in place by Mayor Wil'
liam T. jackson, in the presence of the entire robed graduating class
of that year and many other students and visitors. The program was
sent to other interested listeners through Toledo's broadcasting station
The building went forward swiftly, and during the midfterm vacation
of January, 1931, the University property was moved. The students
loyally did their part in this, as in the other work of procuring the
building itself. The first registration day, February 7, 1931, gave us
many things to exclaim over and to marvel at.
The splendid building and Held house were created by Mills, Rhines,
Bellman and Nordhoff, architects. The style is referred to as 'Lcollef
giate Gothic," though technically it is Tudor Gothic. The changes from
the original are in the rectangular windows and the flying buttresses. It
is built in the form of a square Hgure eight and is one of the most conf
veniently planned college buildings in the country. Lannon stone was
used in its construction, relieved by various hues of blue and brown.
The graceful tower stands 205 feet above the beautiful exterior arched
entrance, which opens into a portico.
The field house, or the Arena, as it is now called, makes a second
huge unit of our campus. A tunnel leading from the University Hall
to the Arena lends the practical advantage of a single building.
Cur pride in this magnificent building knows no bounds. It is
gratifying indeed to see the stately tower rising above the two ediices
and proclaiming our establishment in campus which will, in time, equal
those of other universities. What countless opportunities we will have
here for the advancement of civic and educational enterprises and for
that vast unknown quantity-"an education."
DYREXA CHAPMAN, "33.',
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'PLAY DAY," sponsored by the WOHl611.S Athletic Association for
Freshmen women, opened the series of social events for the first
The annual Student Council dance was held on October 10. Autumn
leaves and fall colors transformed the old gym into a lovely ballroom.
Shortly after, the Dramatic Association presented "The Queen's Hus-
band" at the Collingwood Presbyterian Church. It was as well liked
as "If l Were King," and "Holiday,'l which were given the second
Fraternity rushing began with Alpha Phi Omega and Chi Beta Chi
smokers, followed by Sigma Delta Rho and Chi Rho Nu smokers, Phi
Kappa Chi dinner at Lakeside, Kappa Iota Chi smoker, and Lambe
Chi rush party. Theatre parties, steak dinners, Hallowe'en rush parties
and more smokers followed for the prospective pledges. '
The Yuletide season is always one of the most brilliant of the year.
The Student Council Christmas dance was held at the Women's Club
on Cherry Street. Sorority and fraternity formal dinners and dances
crowded the last week in December. The Sig Delt formal dinner was
held at Heatherdownsg Chi Rho Nu formal dance at the Toledo Yacht
Club, Sigma Beta Phi dinner dance at the Toledo Yacht Club, Kappa
Iota Chi in the Progress Club, Open House at Chi Beta Chi in their
new quarters, Kappa Pi Epsilon formal dinnerfdance at the Women's
Club, and Psi Chi Phi dinnerfdance at Heatherdowns.
The first Tea for mothers ever given by a fraternity at Toledo was
held in the Chi Beta Chi House on January 4. Several dinners and
parties were held in honor of the marriage of Florence Bennett to
Douglas Marshall on January 51.
Teas, luncheons, dinners, bridges and other attractive rush parties
were planned by the four sororities to initiate the rushing season in
February. The hrst dance to be held in the new building was the Pi
Delta Chi pledge dance in the Conference room. The Faculty dames
held the Hrst tea given in University Hall in the Student Lounge.
Another of the first affairs of its kind was the "Play Night" for
co-eds. Alma Hinchman and her committee planned a full evening for
And then the spring dances began. The Night Student Council
dance was held in the M6I1lS Gym. The long anticipated Junior Prom,
April 10, was one of the most popular events of the year. There were
two orchestras, and both the men's and women's gyms were used.
Smilax and palms were used for decoration. It was a lovely spring
scene. April 17 brought us the Freshman dance, and the annual Student
Council Spring Dance was held on May 24.
The Seniors seem to crowd the social calendar with special events
during the last of the semester. Eddie Kutz led the Senior Prom on
May 15. Thus ended Loyalty Week! The Baccalaureate Sermon on
June 14, and Graduation exercises on june 18, were held in the little
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