University of Toledo - Blockhouse Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

 - Class of 1936

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It lwas been our aim to make tlwis book a true picture ol everyday liie on our campus, to set down with ink and paper sometliing ol tlwe living and yiyid spirit tliat is tlwe Uni- yersity ol Toledo. Wbere we lwaye praised it lias been witli pride in tlwe acliieyements ol our fellows, wlwere we lwaye lauglwed it has been witlw friendliness, not malice, llie task is done, llwe liistory ol anotlmer year is closed. And now we present time Fourteentlw annual edition ol tlwe Block- liouse, tlie story oi tlie University oi Toledo for 1935-1936. I935 BLUEH HUUSE FRICK - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AND CHARLES HANNEKENf BUSINESS MANAGER E ? u hx -I - ,' UI' L' . +5 a .. fi 4' ,'i.i,s- Y' I . 4. 1 w ' 'I 1 W.. ' M.ff'x-"' it gnu V- . J-' . V." A. '. jvx ".-19 . . 1, J V. 326 A PICTORIAL PRESENTATION ,- 1 ,MJ ,af . 5- . : g Sfxn .fl ' t lf ff, , , g :S iff! 'Q . wb . 4 ! -- J Qc " 5' - A ' is ,Qi -fl v9'-fu P-'-5' ' 4. 'lj -5 OF UNIVERSITY LIFE ---- 51i I i fp ' H .,, Q2 -. 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ACES PL Z W 3 4 :Tm 3 m Q Q F C 33 Z E P FUND ASSQCIATIONS-'-THAT REMAIN FQREVER- f IS HOME" RE FUR HE HERE WE SRENT HARRY HCDURS DR. RAVIVXCDND L. CARTER The labors ol the Statl in compiling the 1936 Blockhouse seem much more worth while with the thought ol producing something ol enduring value, and the opportunity to give credit vvhere credit is due. This year we honor a man who in a short span ol years has endeared himsell to admin- istrative oliicers and students alil4e. As Director ol the Junior College he became a true lriend and inspiration ol every student vvith vvhom he came in contact. Shortly alter the untimely death ol our be- loved Dean lvlclfinnon, last year, the position of Dean ol Administration and Director ol the Junior College vvere combined and the man selected to till these responsibilities is none other than this same man to vvhom the 1936 stahl dedicates its Blockhouse, our Dr. Ray- mond L. Carter. IN MEMCDIQIAM I-IQWARD XXXENDEL FRANK T. SWEENEY Fast as tlre rolling seasons bring The hour ol late to tlrose we love, lfaclw pearl tlrrat leaves tl'1e brolcen string ls set in l:riendsl1ip's crown above. As narrower grows tlwe eartlwly clwain -llue circle widens in tlwe slqy, llwese are our treasures tlwat remain But tlwose are stars tlwat beam on lwiglw. bl-lolmes HowadW dl li Qllwe duties of tlfie members of tlwe board oi directors are concerned vvitli voting on matters ol policy and expenditure vvitliin tlie University. Appointments to tlie Board ol Directors are made by tl'ie Mayor of the City ol -loledo, vvlio at tlie present time is tlie Honorable Roy C. Start. A large slware of time Universityis success and development may be attributed to tlie cooperation ol members of tl'ie Board ol Directors. A R D 0 If ln 1872, Jessup W. Scott beoueatlied a tract of land and a sum of money, vvitl'i tlie specification tlwat tlwe gilt vvas to be used in developing a sclwool D l R E C T Q R S vvliiclw lie called tlwe Scliool of Arts and Trades. It vvas from tliis beginning tbat tlwe University bas grovvn to its present size. llie status ol tlie Uni- versity vvas endangered subsequently vvlien tlie Board of Education attempted to assume control and to transform it into a vocational scl'iool. William l-l. -luclcer, tlwen a member ol tl'1e Board of Directors, vigorously louglwt tlwis attempt. Mr. Tuclcer, an attorney, lweld bis ground against tlie members ol tlie Board ol Education. ln remembrance of tlwe time and ettort spent by liim to insure tlwe development of tlie University as an institution of liiglier learning, one ol tlie tvvo faculty apartments completed in tlie spring ol 1935 lias been named luclcer l-lall. ln lwonor oi tl'ie founder ol the University, tlie otl'ier lias been named Scott l-lall. BOARD GF DIRECTORS Steplien K. Malion .......,,,..... ..... .,,....,......,.. ..,.. P r e sident Clnarles F. Dovvd .... .... V ice-President Lucille E. Maclc .......... ,,....,....... ............, C l erlq G. Kennetlfi Keller Nolan Boggs Jolin Price Mrs. William B. Guitteau Dr. E. J. Mcformiclq Byron G. Slwatlar Meyer Geleerd MR TJ I - I I- 'U O Z DP an I A strong leader, vvitli good common sense, president Pliilip C Nasli is not alone tl'1e lwead ol an educational institution, lout a companion in all vvortli-vvliile endeavors undertaken by students ol tlie University ol -l-oledo and tlie citizens of tlsie city. l-le is a capable guardian of all university life, a man vvlwose integrity, intelligence, and inspiration are widely aclcnovvledged. Q1 TI-IE Gillham, Carter, Nash, Mack, Geiner. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS RhiIip C. Nash, Rresiderit Raymond I.. Carter, Dean ot Administration and Director ot the Junior CoIIege LuciIIe E. IVIacI4, Secretary Emma I.. Woodward, Treasurer I-IazeI D. Geiner, Registrar IVIary IVI. GiIIham, Librarian DEAINIS AND DIRECTORS CIair K. Searles, Dean of CoIIege of Business Administration David W. I-Ienry, Dean oI CoIIege of Education Andrew J. Townsend, Dean ot CoIIege of Arts and Sciences CharIes W. Racine, Dean of CoIIege oI I.aw Delas IVI. I3aImer, Dean ot CoIIege oi Engineering Brenton W. Stevenson, Director oI Qpportunity SchooI Young A. INIeaI, Director oI Evening Session Katherine EasIey, Dean of Women DonaId S. I3arI4s, RersonneI Director G. I-Iarrison Qrians, Director of Summer Session I3auI W, Stansbury, Director of Graduate Study 23 ADMINISTRATIVE CDFFICI Aside from carrying on reguIar cIass room vvorIc, the deans and directors of the University of I'oIedo are responsible for numerous other duties. 'Ihey must act as advisers, serve on committees, aid in administrative affairs and assist in other capacities. The University has five coIIeges, incIuding Education, Business Administration, Arts and Sciences, I.avv, and Engineering, giving degrees, vvith a Dean at the head of each. -Ihe .Iunior CoIIege is a separate coIIege of the first tvvo years of the University. The heads of these various coIIeges meet with Rresident Rhilip C. Nash to discuss poIicies concerning the University and any recommendations are referred to the Board of Directors. At these meetings the curricuIum of the different coIIeges are approved by the facuIty as a vvhoIe. IF anything unusuaI is suggested at the meetings such as starting a new department which vviII mean additionaI expenditures,it is turned over to the Board of Directors for con- sideration. Instructors are not usuaIIy confined to one coIIege due to an insufficient number of facuIty members,so that some must carry on a scheduIe of cIasses. reIated to more than one coIIege, In addition to the administrative vvorIc, the Deans meet vvith members of the facuIty of their department, and hoId conferences with students regarding vvorIc in the specific department. The generaI purpose of the administrative office of the University is to integrate various functions of the institution, to stimuIate professionaI study and specific study ofprobIems, and to promote the program of the administration vvorIc here. ALS ir C I'I'l De Z LD De Z U C3 7U I-17 0 -i 7U U7 CROW QD Lewis, Rex, Biehl, Jennings CROW 'ID I-Iammontree Kressler Webb, McMahon, Racyna. TSA LD I.L.I U Z l.l.l U PROFESSORS U3 l-loward I-l. M. Bowman: PHB., MS., l3h.D. John B. Brandeberry: BS., M.A., l3'h.D. Charles J. Bushnell: l9h.B., l3'h.D. Q. Garfield D Jones: BS., Rh.D. l'lenry J. Kreider: AB., A.M., Rh.D. Frank E. Nurse: AB., BD., Rh.D. G. l-larrison Orians: AB., M.A., PHD. Andrew J. Townsend: AB., BB., M.A., PHD. Guy E. Van Siclcle: AB., M.A., Robert N. Whitelord: AB., M.A., PHD. , ASSQCIATE PRQFESSCDRS John M. Condrin: AB., A.M. Wayne Dancer: AB., M.A., Rh.D. Katherine Easley: AB., A.M. George F. Evans: AB., A.M. Clara E. Goehrl4e: Graduate ol Frederich Wilhelm,s University, Berlin. M. Estelle l-lamilton: AB., BS. in Ed., M.A., PHD. Almeda May Janney: AB., A.M. W. Evans McClure: B.A., M.A., Rh.D. Nicholas Mogendorltz BB., M.Sc., MS., l3h.D. l'larold G. Qddy: BA., M.A., l3h.D. Thomas l-l. Qsgood: BS., A.M., l3h.D. Ruloy T. Scott: AB., A.M. Jessie D. Starlord: B.A., M.A. Gardner Williams: AB., M.A., PHD. ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Edward C. Ames: Ph,B., A.M. David V. Connelly: BS. Nelson W. l-lovey: BS., MS. Maurice M. Lemme: AB., M.A. Margaret W. d QRow QD Merhab, Friend, Dancer, Winslow, Oddy, Lemme, Mogendorrl. CROW TD . T Andrew J Ownsen Southworth, Brandeberry, Gillham, l-lamilton. CROW QD Osgood, Stevenson, McClure, Kunz, Gullette, Kreider, Van Sickle, Nlathewson, Nurse. CRow 'lj Williams, Welker, Eloripe, Townsend, Bushnell, Blanchard, Goelwrlce. Naclitriebz B.A., lVl.A, Young A. Neal, A.B., lVl.A. James G. Soutlwvvortlwz A.B., A.lVl,, PHD. Brenton W. Stevenson: l3lw.B., lVl.A. June B. Winslow: A.B., lVl.A. Alva V. Wood: A.B., lVl.A., BD, INSTRUCTORS Marian l-l. Ayers: BS., MS. l.yle D. Barnlmartr A.B. Saralw Bissell: B.A., lVl.A. l-lovvard S. Burtclw: A.B., A.lVl. Donovan l:. Emcli: A.B., A.lVl. Jolwn B. Friend: A.B., lVl.A. George A. Gullette: A.B., A.lVl. Arvid l. Jolwnsonz A.B., A.lVl. Jolwn l3. Karblerz BS., lVl.A. William G. lVlerl1alJ: A.B., lVl.A. James A. Niclwolson: l3l1,B. Marian E. Riclwley: BS. in Ed., MS. Balplw S. Signer: BS., MS. Andrevv Vanyo: BS. Marion Weiglitman: MD. PART TIME INSTRUCTOPS May A. Blanclward: BS. in Ed., A.B., BS., MS. J. lvl. Cliavarre: BS. in Jour. Doctrate. Clwarles B. Corbin. Ralplw E. Dougdale: A.B., L.l..B. Rosario Eloripe: AB. l.ena Folger: l3l'i.B., lVl.A. Wendel E. Jolwnson: A.B., lVl.A, l-larry D. Lamb: A.B., lVl.A. Alice Lorenz: A. B., A.lVl. Rita E. Q,Grady: A.B., lVl,A, Cliarlotte Ruegger. Bernliard Steinberg: lVl.D. Fern Q. Well4er: A.B., lVl.A. M. Bo Q Z Qi LD l- D6 si WlTldl'l SCIENCES CROW QD Winslovv, Kunz, Lefller, Lezius, Barr, Ziebartlw, Searles. CRovv U Rarlcs, Fortn ey, Church, Watts. PRQFESSORS Lorain ltortney: AB., LLB., PhD, Clair K. Searles: AB., lV'l.A.,Rli.D. ASSQCIATE PROFESSORS l-larold A.Frey1B.A.,M.A.,M.B.A. George L. Lelller: AB., lVl.A., Rl'1.D. Donald S. Rarl4s: AB., lVl.B.A, Claude l-l. Watts: AB. ASSISTANT RRQFESSQRS Robert J. Barr: BS., MS., Rl'1.D. .lane Clwurclwz B.Ed., lVl.A. lNSlRLlC'l'0RS Walter Lezius: BS. in BA., A.lV'l. Clwarles F. Ziebartliz BA. in Clair K. Searles Accfbl in oo C Ln Z i'I'i cn cn DP C I W SIN Eli Glilvf N PART TIME lNSlRUClQRS Vernon K. Alberstett: BS., lVl.A. l-l. L. Dalton: BA., C.l3.A. l-I, l:. Fulton: AB. W. E. l-lall: BJ. ,lolwn C. Klag. Arnold Lapp:B.B.A. l-larold E. Nelson. RROFESSGRS Raymond I.. Carter: BS., M.A., Rh.D. David W. I-Ienry: B.A., M.A. BIanche E. WeeI4es: BS., M.A., I3h.D. ASSOCIATE RRGFESSQRS W. Evans McClure: B.A., M.A., I3h.D. I-Iarry W. Raine: BS. in ME. MIS., M.S. Raul W. Stansburyz BS., M.A. Jesse L. Ward: A.B A.M., Rh.D. ASSISTANT PRCDFESSORS Mary M. GIIIham: B.A., M.A. M. R. MarshaII INSTRUCTOR Leonard S. Laker, BS. in Ed., MA., RIID. PART TIME INSTRUCTQR I-IazeI Brownell CRovv QD Stansbury, Ward, I.uIcer, Carter, McClure. fRovv 'IJ Rnchley, Blanchard Brownell, Weekes. IQ HQHT-ICD EDUCATICDIXI 3 David W. I-Ienry NG EEI2 NGIN 0 Q 1- I- rm CT rn QE Delos M. Palmer Q8 , t:.,..,..... : w N.. ..x. PROFESSORS John B. Brandeberry: BS., M.A., Ph.D. I-lenry J. Ifreicler: A.B., A.M., PHD. Guy E. Van Siclclez AB., M.A. Ivan If. Zarobslcy: BME., ME. ASSOCIATE PROFESSCDRS Walter E. Brovvn: BS., MS. Wayne Dancer: A.B,, M.A., Ph.D. Thomas I-I. Qsgoodz B.Sc., A.M., M.S., PhD. Delos M. Palmer: BS., EE. Luther C. Scott: B,M.E. ASSISTANT PRCDFESSORS John I-I. Mathevvson: BS. in CE. W. Sherman Smith: BS. in CE., MS., CE. Brenton W. Stevenson: Ph.B., M.A. IIXISTRUCTCI2 John P. Karblerz BS., M.A. PART TIME INSTIQUCTQIQS George Champe: BS. E. V. Crane: Ph.B., M.E. I-Ienry Frost: B.E. P. C. Reese: BS. Edward 0. Sampson: BS. I-lubert Woodbury: B,M.E. S. I.. Widrig. QIQOW QD Kreider, Van Siclcle, Osgood, Stevenson. QI2ovv 'ID Zarobsky, Palmer, Brandeberry. PHARMACY-Upper picture CRoW QD Kahler, Kreider, Watts, Van Sickle, Odcly. CRoW 'ID Emclw, Fortney, MCK. Reed, Qsgood, l-lamilton. LAW-Lower picture CRoW QD Stitcher, Bebout, Miller, Douglas. CRoW 'ID Mc Cabe, Kunz, Racine, l-layes, Conn. P H A R lvl A C Y PRGFESSOR William lVlClf. Reed: l7lw.G., Rlmc. PART TIME INSTRUCTQRS peter Bylmowsliiz l3l'1.G. Bess lfmclir l3l'1.G. Robert lf. Lampton, B.S.lVl,A, STUDENT ASSISTANT Lyle W. Kalwlerz l3l'i.G. LAW PROFESSOR Clwarles W. Racine: AB., LLB. LECTURER Josepli L, Kunz: Dr. ol LaW, Dr. ol Rol. Sci. INSTRUCTOR Lauller T. l'layes: BS., LLB., L.L.lVl. RART TllVllf INSTRUCTQRS Jolin W. Bebout: AB., LLB. Amos L. Conn: LLB. Slwolto lVl. Douglas: LLB. .lolwn lvl. Nlccabez LLB. Franlc E. Miller: L.L.l3, Wayne E.Stitcher1 BA. ,l.D. Wm. MCK. Reed Charles Racine PHARMACY Q Z Qi 4 oo ..l Willard Rex Wilbur Schroeder Floyd Potter Edward Golding 'I' H E S E N I Q R As versatile a group as any you could Find . . . the senior class oi 1936. Will you have an athlete, a debater, actor, reporter, musician, honor student, political campaign leader, or beauty C l. A S S 0 lj xl 9 3 6 queen? lheylre all represented in this class oiQO0 graduates who step lorth in cap and gown with tour iull and useful years behind them, and many more ahead. Under the leadership oi Willard Rex, class president, Wilbur Schroeder, vice-president, Floyd Potter, secretary, and Edward Golding, treasurer, they have launched into many varied activities. Athletics, politics, and term papers have not crowded out social atiairs. The Senior Prom was the crowning event ol them all. Edwin Klag stepped out ol his role as a shining light ol the debate squad to act as chairman ol the committee. Now you must meet a lew oi the personalities whose glory adds luster to this record , , . Nita Gavaris, whose energy and iriendliness have made her the guiding star oi the peppers, the Collegian, and other student organizations .... Bob Biehl, president ot the Pxrx, a football and basl4etball star, and outstanding student ot the College of Law ,... Lamora Mueller, an all-around athlete with a Fine scholastic record and president of the Wfx A .... For the new University marching song, U H Kegg, Bright, Klag, Rudiclc, Spooner, Krepleever, Fowler, Tallman. Blue and Gold we are indebted to Aubry Forman. So they go . . . leaving a larger and more beautiful campus, coniident they have witnessed the beginning ofa greater University to be de- veloped by those who shall rise to claim their heritage. PROM COMMITTEE Edwin Klag, Chairman Esther Avis Willard Bright Betty Jane Fowler Evelyn Krepleever Robert Kegg Wilbur Lewis Florence RudicI4 ulaclc Iallman John Spooner ANNQUNCEMENIS Max Wolson, Chairman AND DERAR-IING, LEAVE BEI-IIND, stisiiok eoiyiiviiiitts BACCALALIREATE Miriam Lorenz, Chairman John Allen Marguerite Bernath Lyle Kahler Annette Northrup CQMMENCEMENI Margaret McMahon, Chairman Edith Arit Dorothy Bolin John Grigsby Ted Meier EMQRIAL Eleanor Bennett IVI I-Ielen Burpee Louis Bolton Ashley Farmer Bessie I-Iatherly BANQUET Nita Gavaris, Chairman Barbara Dowd James Eriaui Mary Simonds Reter Sltallqos Edward Golding, Chairman RING William Dupont ,Iohn Rapparlie Seymour Rothman Dorothy Wooliord Norman Zilles SENIOR WEEK Virginia I-Iinds, Chairman Charles I-IanneI4en Floyd Rotter William Richardson Wilbur Schroeder John Wiclcter, Chairman Ruth Burroughs Norman Drulard Dave Mostov Virginia Rapp Robert Shaw Virginia Williamson Golding, Gavaris, McMahon, I-Iincls, Klag, Wolson. 31 E3 Q -i Z --I CD G Z LD Ze Z C U3 0 -I Z ADAMS, Rblll-l-Elementary Education: Elementary Ed. Assin. '35, '36, Chorus '35, W,A,A. '33, Education Club '35, German Club '36, ALLEN, JQHN-Accounting: Business Ad, Club '33, '34, '35, Cross Country '34, '35, Basketball '34, '35, lraclc '34, '35, '36, Baccalaureate Com. ARPT, EDl'l'l'l L.-Elementary Education: French Club '33, W.A,A. '35, '36, Elementary Ed. Assin. '35, '36, Education Club '35, Chorus '35, Commencement Com. AVIS, ESTHER-Mathematics: phi Theta Rsi, Bloclc- house '34, '35, '36, W.A.A. '34, '35, '36, Chorus '33, Delta X '35, '36, Senior prom Com, May Day attend- ant, i33, '34 BARBER, CHARLOTTE KEPNER-Elementary Educa- tion: Dramatic Assin. '31, Seciy, '32, '33, '36, De- bating Assin. '31, '3Q, Elementary Ed. Assin. '33, '36, Collegian '33, Reppers'33, '36, Junior Prom Com. '33, May Day attendant '33, Press Club '33, Sophomore Class 5ec'y. '33, Student Council Dance Com. '33. BAXTER, EARLE-Biology: Band '33, i34, V. Rres. '35, '36, German Club '34, '35, Commons Club '34, '35, Boxing Team '34, '35 I-IER BAXTER, EDWARD-Biology: Commons Club i33, '34, V. Rres. '35, Boxing Team '34, '35, Band '34, '35, A36, German Club '34, '35, BELLQWS, HELEN-Sociology: Alpha Tau Sigma, W,A.A. '35, '36 BENNETLELEANQR-French:FrenchClub'33,i34,'35, Pres. '36, Bloclthouse '33, '34, '35, '36, Dramatic Assln. '34, '35, '36, international Relations Club '36, W.A.A. '33, May Day Prog. Chairman '35, Senior Announcements Com., League of Women Voters '34. BERNATI-i, MARGUERITE-Personnel Management: Business Ad. Club '35, '36, Baccalaureate Com. BlEl"lL, RQBERT-Law: Sigma Beta Phi, 5tudent Coun- cil '35, '36, Law Council '34, '35, Football '33, i34, I35, Basltetball '34, '35, '36, lraclq '34, '35, '36, Student Activities Com. '35, '36, Arx '35, pres. '36, Assit. Editor Student l-landboolc '35, Student Y '33, '34, '35, '36, Varsity T i34, '35, '36, Bl5i-l0R, MAX-Philosophy: Chorus '32, '33, '34, Dramatic Assin. '33, '34, Business Mgr, '35, '36, Collegian '33, '34, Debate '35, '36, Pi Kappa Delta, Arx. '36, X N K' Nw. N' XX .3 i 3- . Q .,., , .- Q E ENDS Ti-IE 45-N BQLIN, DQRQII-IV-Spanish: psi Chi Phi, Spanish Club i34, '35, pres. '36, W.A.A. V. Pres. '36, Junior Prom Com. '35, Library Com. '35, Commencement Com., Women's Ass'n. V. Pres. '36 BQLIQN, LQUIS-General Business: Football 32, i33, '34, Senior Announcements Com. BREZVAI, JULIA ANN: Sociology: WAA. '35, V. Pres. '36 BRIGGS, ,IAIVIES-Economics: Phi Kappa Chi, Fresh- man Football, BRIGI-IT, WILLARD-Chemistry: Chi Beta Chi, IracI4 '34, '35, '36, Cross Country i35, Football '33, '34, DeItaX '34, '35, Collegian '33, '34, 35, Univ. Chem- ical Soc. '35, '36, German Club '35, '36, Student Y 54, '35, '36, Intramural Director '33, '34, Senior prom, om. BUIQIDEE, HELEN-Literature: psi Chi Phi, Chorus '34, W,A.A. '33, Sophomore Dance Com., Dramatic Assn '33, French Club '33, Senior Announcements Com. QURRGUGHS, IQUII-I-General Business: Senior Week om, CQLIEIVIAINI, CQLLEIIE-Elementary Education: Ele- mentary Ed. Assin. '35, '36, Ellen Richards Club '33, Spanish Club '33, '34, Secondary Ed, Club I35. CQNN, HELEN-Psychology: pi Delta Chi, W.A.A, '33, '34, '35, Corres. Seciy. '36, Dramatic Ass'n. '33, '34, '35, League ol Women Voters '39, ,33, '34, French Club '33, '34, '35, '36, Bloclchouse '33, 34, '35, Peppers '34, I35, -Ireas '36, May Day attendant '34, Women's Ass'n. Sec'y, '36. CONRAD, IVIAIQIQINI: Secondary Education. CQSGIQQVIE, REX-Chemistry: Delta X ,35, V. Pres. '36, Univ. Chemical Soc. '35, '36, Band V.I3res, '32 CQSIVIA, IVIAIQY-Secondary Education. TI-IE U I' De LD LD O '77 -X NO UO Os De Z U Q l 1 25N inf Iii'-" iii , ai.i:iia 1 nga -3 :- E I-IER ? C0USllNlQ, BERNARD-Education. COWDIN, MARY-Secondary Education, DOWD, BARBARA-l'listoryz Kappa Pi Epsilon, W.A,A. '33, '34, '35, German Club '34, V. pres. '35, Erench Club B4, international Relations Club 33, Seciy. '34, i35, Pres. '36, Dramatic Assin. '34, '35, '36, Peppers '34, i35, '36, V. Pres. Junior Class, Senior Memorial Com. DRULARD, NQBMAN-Civil Engineering: Sigma Delta Rho, Eng. Soc. '35, '36, Senior Week Com. El3SlElN, lSfAxDQl3E-Nlathematics: Lambda Chi, Delta X '34, '35, '36, Pi lVlu Epsilon '36 ERICKSQN, Ll,lClLl.E-l.iterature: Kappa pi Epsilon, .lunior prom Com. E ALSCD IT BEGINS El25KlNE, ELINOR1 Elementary Education. ETTENHOFER, ,lfAxlXllCE-Sociology: Tau Delta Sigma, W,A.A. '36 EVANS, lVlEl.BA: English. FENTON, JQHN: General Business. EQRMAN, AUBBY-Finance: Chi Beta Chi, Student Council '34, i35. EQWLER, BETTY JANE-Literature: pi Delta Chi, Chorus B3, W.A.A, '33, '34, '35, '36, Dramatic Assin. '33, '34, Peppers 35, 5ec'y. 36, May Day Dance Com. Chairman i34, May Day attendant B5, lnter- sorority Council '36, Sophomore Class Seciy., Student Council '35, Senior prom Com. FRIALJF, JAMES-Biology: 5igma Delta Rho, Kappa Phi Sigma, 5enior Memorial Com. GAVARl5, NllA-Economics: Freshman Class Seciy., French Club 33, '34, '35, '36, lnternational Relations Club 33, '34, '35, 36, Peppers 34, 35, Pres. 36, Alpha phi Gamma 35, 5ec'y.-lreas. 36, Collegian 33, 34, 35, '36, Chairman Senior Memorial Com. Gl5l'lRlNG, GRETCHEN-5econdary Education. GQLDHVCJ, EDWARD-General Business: Chi Beta Chi, Band 33, 34, Ran-l-lellenic Council 36, Arx '36, Bloclchouse '36, 5enior Class lreas., Senior Banquet Com., Student V, Exec. Com ol Menis Union. GOQDAL, MARY FRANCES-Elementary Education: 5panish Club '34, 35, 36, Elementary Ed. Assin. 36. GQQDWIN, KATHRVN-Secretarial Management: psi Chi Phi, W.A.A. 34, 35. GRKSSBV, J0l'lN-Journalism: Chi Beta Chi, Soph. Dance Com., Senior Commencement Com., Collegian 33, 34, 35, Editor 36, Band 33, 34, 35, 36, Qrchestra 33, '34, Press Club '33,F reshman Football, -gennis '34, 35, '36, 5tudent Y, Alpha Phi Gamma 35, res. '36. GRQ55, KATHRYN-Philosophyr Kappa Pi Epsilon, 5tudent Activities Com., Student Social Com., Block- house 35, 36, Womenis Assn, Pres. 36, Dramatic Assn, 33, '34, 35, '36, Collegian '34, 35, Senior Banquet Com. HANNEKEN, Cl'lARl.l55 - personnel Management: 5igma Delta Rho, Bloclchouse Asst Bus. Mgr. 35, Bus. Mgr. '36, Alpha Phi Gamma, Senior Ring Com. l-IATHERLY, BESSIE-Psychology: 5enior Announce ments Com. HATKER, NQRMAN-Engineering: Sigma Delta Rho. HAUCK, EMMA LGU-Sociology: Pi Delta Chi, glen Richards Club 32, W.A.A. 35, Social Atlairs om. 36. I. I-IEIL, RQBERT-History, l'lEll3llVlAN, El2EDEl2lCK-Business Administration. Ti-IE CARES HERMAN, NEDRA-Education: Zeta Cuamma Phi, W,A,A. '33, '34, '35, '36. l-lllNlDS, Vll2CuliXllA-Spanish: Psi Chi phi, Chorus ,35, '36, W.A.A. '33, '34, '35, '36, Ellen Richards Club '33, Spanish Club '35, Secly. ,36, Education Club '35, Senior Ring Com, May Day Com. '34, '35. HQACI, l3l'llLll3-Political Science. HUMMEL, PGY-Mechanical Engineering: Chi Pho Nu, lraflic Com. '35, Engineering Soc. '35, '36 HUNTLEY, MARGARET-Literature: Phi Theta psi, Dramatic Assn '33, '34, '35, ,36, lntersorority Council '35, '36. HUYSSEN, ANTHQNEDA-Secondary Education: Erench Club '36, Spanish Club '35, '36 JAMES, J0l-lixl-Sociology: Basketball '34, '35, Student Y. JQHNSQN, NQRMAN-Mathematics: Math Club '35, pres. '36, JQHNSTQN, RQBERT-Accounting: Freshman Eoot- ball ancl Basketball, Track '34, KAISEP, EARL-Sociology: Sigma Delta Rho, Freshman Football '33, Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36, Track '34, l35, '36, Varsity T '34, ,35, '36 AND KEEFAUVER, RUBY-English: Pi Delta Chi, WAA. '35, Elementary lfd. Assn '36 KEGG, RQBERT-Chemical Engineering: Alpha phi Qmega, DeltaX'34, '35, Engineering 5oc. '34, '35, '36, Univ, Chemical Soc. '34, '35, '36, Student V '33, Bloclchouse '36, 5enior prom Com, '36 l4l5l.Cl-lNl5l3, CLAUDllNll5-Sociology: Pi Delta Chi, W.A.A. '33, May Day attendant '33, V. pres. Soph- omore Class. KINKER, l2fAxl.l5lGl'l-Electrical Engineering: Radio glub '36, Dramatic Assn '34, Delta X '34, Engineering oc. '36 Kl5El2, lVlfAxUl2lCl5-Chemistry: Delta X '35, '36, Univ, Chemical Soc. '35, '36, KLAG, EDWlN-Political Science: Arx '36, Debating Assin. 33, i3-4, i35, 36, lV'len's Union Exec. Com. 36, Student Aid Com., Senior Prom Chairman, Student Council '35, Editor ol5tudent l'landbool4 '36, Goll '35, lgflgr. '36, Debate '34, '35, '36, Pi Kappa Delta '35, res. '36 l TRQUBLES CDF A KLQl3l:l5NSllfllNl, MARTHA-Biology: Psi Chi Phi, lntersorority Council '35, '36, W.A.A. '33, '34, '35, '36, French Club '34, peppers '35, '36, Womenls Assn Secly. '35 KNAPP, CHARLES-Literature. KRAMP, GEQRGE: Mechanical Engineering: Engi- neering Soc. '35, '36 KRAUSE, JQl-llNl-Engineering: Engineering Soc. '35, '36, lennis 35, '36 KRAUSS, ROBERT-Mechanical Engineering: Sigma Delta Pho, Engineering Soc, '34, '35, '36 LANGENDERFER, MARGARET-History: lnterna- tional Relations Club '34, Commons Club '34, lreas. '35 LANGENDEIQFER, RAYMOND-Mechanical Engi- neering: Engineering 5oc. '35, '36, Delta X '35, '36, LEWIS, WlLBUR-Mathematics: phi Kappa Chi, Delta X '36, Arx '35, '36, pan-l-lellenic Council '35, '36, 5tudent Council i36, Sophomore Dance Com, Social Atlairs Com. '36, Senior Prom Com. LGRENZ, MIRIAM-Secretarial Management: Psi Chi Phi, Secly, oi Junior Class, Sophomore Dance Com., German Club '34, '35, '36, W.A.A. '34, i35, '36, peppers '35, '36, 5tudent Council '36, May Day Com. '34, Chairman Baccalaureate Com. MAIEP, RUTH-Elementary Education: Zeta Gamma Phi, German Club '34, '35, lntersorority Council '36, Elementary Ed. Assn '35, ,36 MALLETT, MARION-Sociology. lVlAl2lEfAx, DQNALD-Biology: Pan-l-lellenic Council '36, Kappa Phi Sigma '34, '35, pres, '36, '-s, . ' L. IAA In IIO llll I I un 1 I ll ll Al .u TIRED oLD ff! g X 3 I: 'A ,f 1' ' .X 9' ' N' liili IW" MASQN, l'l. LOWELL-History: French Club ,35, '36, lnternational Relations Club '35, '36 MATHER, AUBRV-Mathematics: Zeta Gamma phi, W.A.A. '33, '34, '35, '36, Collegian '35, Debating Assin. '35, '36, Delta X '35, Seciy. '36, pi Kappa Delta 35, 5ec'y. 36, lVlcCl.OY, LQRRAINE-Elementary Education: pi Delta Chi, Elementary Ed. Assn Treas, '36, Sophomore Dance Com. MclVlAl-l0N, MARGARET-Biology: Kappa pi Epsi- lon, Dramatic Assn '34, '35, May Day attendant '35, Blockhouse '36, Univ. Chemical Soc, '35, lnternational Relations Club '36, 5tudent Union Com. '36, Chairman Commencement Com., peppers '35, '36, MECKLEY, PAULINE-l-listory: Qrchestra I33, '34, '35, Seciy. '36 MEIER, Nl. THEQDQRE-Sociologyz Sigma Delta Rho, Student V '33, '34, pres. '35, V. pres. '36, Chorus '33, '34, '35, Arx '36, Commencement Com., Student Union Com. '35, Bloclchouse '35, '36 WQRLD' E5 V' ,:. fVlEl55NER, RUTH-Cheniistryr Collegian i33, '34, '35, Commons Club '34, 5ec'y. '35, W.A.A. '33, '34, ,35, Univ. Chemical 5oc. '35, '36 MERRETT, GEORGE-French. MERSEREAU, lVlAlQY'-5ociology: Ellen Richards Club, Elementary Ed. Ass'n. MCLNAR, Eli-lil-Secondary Education: Chemical 5oc. '35, '36 MUELLER, LAMQRA-History: Phi Theta Psi, Peppers '35, '36, W.A.A. '33, '34, 5ec'y. '35, pres, '36, Spanish Club '33, V, pres, 34, 5ec'y, '35, 36, League oi Women Voters '33, '34, May Day attendant '35, May Day Com. '34, '35, NAJARIAN, ADAM-Biology: Football '31, '32, '33, 34, Boxing and Wrestling '3Q, '33, '34, '35, Commons Club '33, '34, QDER, BETTY JANE-Elementary Education: Ele- mentary Ed. Assin. '35, '36 PACYNA, pl-lll.li3-Political 5cience: Debating Assin '34, '35, V. pres. '36, Dramatic Assn '35, '36, Asst Editor of 5tudent l-landboolc, 5tudent Y '34, '35, '36, pi Kappa Delta V. pres. '36 PERRY, Vil?GlNiA-Sociology: Kappa pi Epsilon, Blockhouse '33, '34, '35, French Club '33, '34, '35 Pi-liLlpl35, MARY- political Science: Zeta Gamma phi, Collegian '34, '35, 36, Alpha Phi Gamma '35, V. pres. '36, W.A,A, '34, '35, '36, League of Women Voters '34, '35, May Day Com. 35. 5 PQTTER, FLQYD-Biology: Sigma Beta phi, Student Y '34, '35, '36, Kappa Phi Sigma 34, '35, '36, 5ec'y. Senior Class, 5enior Ring Com. A, 5, Pucittn, yiottr-trimmer Collegian '35, X D THRCDUGI-I Rfaxllz, EVELYN-French: Zeta Gamma Rlwi, German Club '36, W.A.A. '34, '35, '36. Rfaxl-lZ, VlVlAN-l:rencl1: Zeta Gamma Phi, German Club '36, WAA. '34, '35, '36. RAPID, VlRGlNlA-Mathematics: Senior Week Com. RAPPARLIE, J0l'lN-Rsycl1olo9y:Arx'35, Scribe '36, Basketball '34, '35, '36, Senior Banquet Com. REX, NXfll.l.fAxRD-General Business: Alplia Rlwi Qmega, Ran-l-lellenic Council '35, '36, Pres. ol Senior Class, Arx '36, Senior Ring Com., Library Com. 136. RlCl-lARDSQlNl, XXfll.l.lAlVl-General Business: Alpina Phi Qmega, Goll '33, Captain '34, '35, Basketball '34, Cross Country '34, Stuclent Y '34, '35, '36, Business Ad. Club '33, -lreas. '34, '35, Senior Ring Com. RQEHRS, RQBERT,-Political Science. RQSHQNG, 'WALTER-Engineering. N5 Roinwifw, stvfviouia-Palmas: same Kappa , . lota Clwi, Collegian '33, '34, '35, I36, Senior Banquet 2.i : :3::W:. '.,. Com' RUDlCK, FLQRENCE-Mathematics: Sigma Pi Delta, Deltax 35, '36, lntersorority Council '35, '36, Senior Prom Com. SARVIS, WlLBUR-History. SAYEN, MARY-Eclucation. AND 'X as ei ,ggj lgv gpg? r f ' . :fa f. ,.,r.-.-: 5 4 2 SCl'lERllNlCi, l'lERl3ERl-Secondary Education: lnter- national Relations Club ,35, '36 SCHROEDER, lXfll.l3UR--Mechanical Engineering: Chi Rho Nu, Engineering Soc. '35, '36, Rille Club '36, V. Pres. Senior Class, Senior Ring Com. SCHULTZ, CHARLES-Mechanical Engineering: Delta X, Engineering Soc. Sec'y. ,36, lreas. Freshman Class. SlElVlElNlS, CLlEEORD-Mathematics: Baseball '34, '35, '36, Varsity l, Univ. Y, Delta X '35, '36, Education Club '35, SllVl0lNlDS, MARY-psychology: Pi Delta Chi, Senior Memorial Com. SlNGAl., lVlllXlEllE-French: French Club, '33, '34, '35, '36, Spanish Club '35, '36, Education Club '35, '36, Chorus '36, Dramatic Assn '36, SllNlGAl., SAM-Chemistry. SKALKOS, RETER-Erench: French Club, '33, i lreas. '35, '36, international Relations Club '33, i Sec'y, '35, Student V '39, '33, '34, Dramatic Ass'n. '33, '34, Alpha Phi Gamma '35, Sec'y. '36, Collegian '33, '34, '35, '36, Roetry Club '33, Senior Nlernorial Com. 34, 34, Sllfll-ll'l, lVlERl.-Chemistry: Chorus '33, '34, Univ. Chemical Soc. '35, '36, Ran Hellenic Council '36, Kappa Rhi Sigma '35, Seoy. '36 SNELL, NEl.l.-Sociology: Kappa Pi Epsilon, French Club '33, '34, '35, Dramatic Assin. '34, '35, W.A.A. '33, '34. SRQQNER, J0l'llXl-Electrical Engineering: Dramatic Assin. '33, '34, '35, Rres. '36, Radio Club '33, '34, Sec'y.-lreas '35, '36, Anonymous Club '34, '35, Rres. '36, Engineering Soc. '35, '36, Senior Rrom Com. SlARlNlER, RQNALD-Electrical Engineering: Sigma Delta Rho, DeltaX '35, '36, Engineering Soc. '35, '36, Radio Club '33, '34, '35, Rres. '36 I. GGOD Tl-IINGS TALLMAN, JACK-Philosophy: Sigma Beta phi, English Club Pres. '33, Senior prom Com., 'lraclc ,35, '36, Pan-l-lellenic Council '35, 136. THOMAS, DAVID-Chemistry: Tl-lQlVlAS, WILLIAM-Sociology: Spanish Club 33, '34, Baslcetball SQ, '33, '34, Educational Club 34. VISCI-lER, l-lAl20LD-Marlceting: Chi Beta Chi, Col- legian '35, '36 VQGEL, MARY-Education: Kappa Pi Epsilon, VQIT, MARGARET-Literature: -lau Delta Sigma, Collegian Sl, SQ, '33 press Club, pres. '33 Wig5xl.Kl5l2, JANE-French: pi Delta,Chi, Spanish Club WALSER, lVlAXlNl5-Sociology: lau Delta Sigma, W.A,A. 33, '34, '35, '36, lVlay Day Com. '34, lVlay Day attendant '35, lntersorority Council '35, '36, WARD, CHARLGTTE-Literature: Pi Delta Chi, W.A.A. '36, International Relations Club '36. Wl5lCl-HER, PAUL-pyschology: Student Y. ISTQRV GF WlCK'l'lfl2, ,lQl-lN-Finance: Sigma Beta Phi, Football '33, '34, '35, lraclc '34, '36, Arx '35, '36, Student Y 35, '36, Chairman ol Senior Weelc Com., Freshman Class lreas., Sophomore Class Pres., Student Council '35, pres. 36. WlLLlAMSON, Vll2GlNlA-Sociology: Alpha Tau Sigma, W.A.A. '33, '34, '35, '36, Ellen Richards Club '35, '36, Women's Ass'n. Reporter '35, lntersorority Council '35, '36, Senior Weelt Com. sl if f 4,.. Q, .mat :-5: ,,N,1f5,., WILLIS, DQROTHY-Elementary Edu cation: Phi Tlweta Psi, Elementary Ed Assn '35, Pres. '36, W.A.A. '36 Education Club F35 WONDERS, FLORENCE - Sociology Alplia Tau Sigma, Frenclw Club '34, '35 '36, International Relations Club '34 W.A.A. '33, '34, '35, 336. WQQLFQRD, DQIQOT-I'IY-FrencI'1: Psi Clii Plwi, Intersorority Council '36, League of Women Voters '34, '35, Pres '36, W.A.A. '34, '35, '36, Education Club '35, Univ. I-Ionor Soc. '35, '36, Senior Banquet Com., IVIay Day Corn. '33, '34, ZILLES, NORMAN-General Business: Junior prom Com., Business Ad. Club '35, 36, Student Y, Senior Banquet Corn. faq, 415 TH 'an 'Mir SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES ALTSCHULLER, JOSEPH H BELNAP, ROBERT K. BOLIN, DOROTHY BOLTON, LOUIS CAPAUL, RAYMOND W. CARROLL, WILFRED J. CHETISTER, JACK H. CUMMINGS, LAURA DAVIS, VIOLET B. EMCH, MRS. BESS G. FARMER, W. ASHLEY FOLGER, FRANCES L. GIBBONS, PATRICK D. GOLDMAN, NORMAN A GOULD, JEAN R, HANSON, ROBERT T. HEBEL, EMIL C. HILDING, HERMAN W. HINES, LAWRENCE C. HOFFMAN, IDA E. JABLINSKI, ELEANOR M. KAHLER, LYLE W. KOZAK, THOMAS J LASLEY, RUTH V. LEHR, GLEN J. LOWENTHAL, BARBARA R. MACKENZIE, JAMES B. MEYER, J. ALBERT MILLER, MURIEL F. MORRISON, E. JAMES MOSTOV, DAVID H. NEORR, HARRY R. O'NEILL, MARY ELIZABETH PENCHEF, BENJAMIN L. E CLASS OF I9 PETERS, JULIA V POLLOCK, BERNICE A PRAY, CLIFTON W. RIEMAN, FRED L ROTHERT, LAWRENCE F. SHAW, ROBERT A. SOLOMON, MRS. SYLVIA STUMP, LEWIS S. STERN, MRS. M. IRENE TREUHAFT, RALPH L. WILLIAMS, WARREN W. WINE, MARY JANE WINSLOW, RICHARD W. WOLSON, MAX A. WOY, BARBARA VAN ZIMMER, GEORGE P. 36 JUN CLA Freshmen may have the record tor greenness, but no one can top the Juniors in pride and sell-confidence. For haven't they already tal4en part in many activities, vvith the promise of the best year ol them all ahead in which to accomplish even greater things? They are alert and aspiring, the Juniors who last spring elected Elgin Brooks to head their class, vvith Donald Carter as vice-president, Ernest Walker as secretary, and l-lerbert Dorman as treasurer. Leona Jacobs has capably Filled her position on the IORS' THE SS OF 1937 Student Council, as did James Kressler vvho lent his vim and vigor to that vvorthy body as Well as to the student cheering sections during tall football games. Not to be outdone by other classes, the Juniors placed tvventy-tive ol their number on the honor roll. The Female element in the class must not be denied its share ot recognition. As sophomores Eleanor l-lorn, Doris Seeger, Lucille l-lammontree, Anna Belle Dusing and Alice Williams vvere admitted to the select circle of the peppers. lo Clarence "Red" palm, sturdy linesman, goes much of the credit for l'.U.'s gridiron success last tall, vvhile Charles Cupp vvon many a point in the baslcetball games. Bill Rosenberg brought publicity to the entire student body as associate editor ol the Collegian, while l-lerbert Dorman served as Business Manager and Jaclf Striggovv as Advertising Manager. CUpper pictureb JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Brooks, Walker, Dorman, Carter. CLower picturej JUNIOR RING COM- MITTEE-Bleckner, Friclc, Druclcenmiller, Palm, Chapman. Clipper leftb J-l-lOl3 CONlNlll-lEE-Qsecond rowl Dorman, Friclc, Zimmerman. Ctirst rowb Wilbur, l-lammontree, l.ee. Clipper riglwtj Long, Williams, Krepleever, Kressler. Cl.ower leftb Niclcle, Buell, Underwood. Cl.ower rigl1tD Jennings, Druclcenmiller, l-lammontree, McDonald. llie Junior class sliowed its initiative in being tlie First class ever to buy its Senior rings in tl'ie Junior year. Clarence Palm was clwairman ol tlie committee, assisted by l-larriet Clwapman, Evelyn Druclcenmiller, Rutli Friclc, George Bleclmer, and Robert Faber, As it is to every Junior Class, tlie Junior Prom lweld on January Q4, was tlie crowning event ol tlie year, especially as it was lield alter tlwe storm and stress olexamination weelc. Carlton l:ricl4, clwairman ol tlwe committee, arranged tlwe Grand lvlarclw, lor all classmen, lor wl'iicl'i James l-luber's orcliestra played. Rae Wilbur, Carmen l.ee, Lucille l-lammontree, Virginia Balcer, lfrnest Zimmerman, l-lerbert Dorman, and Louis Giese assisted lwim. l-lere tlwey comel Witlw assurance and visions ol a yet liappier and luller year, tlwe Juniors press onward and upward, tlweir greatest successes still aliead. SCDPI-IGMCDIQES CLA Sophomores rarely rate much attention, as a class. The public eye is Fixed on the aspirations of the seniors, and the quaint blunders ol precocious freshmen, vvhile the sophomore is left to the doubtful freedom ol an ever increasing schedule and his own conscience. A survey at the end of the year shovvs that this class has been neither idle nor unproductive. Under the leadership ol Basil Root as president, June Crafts, vice-president, Robert Smith, treasurer, and James Moore, secretary, the class has been vvell represented in every activity. SS CDF T938 Margery Devlin vvas chairman ol a committee includ- ing Charles Gibbons, Fred Lipp, Ethel Dull, Catherine Root, and Martha Jane Breitenvvischer, For the Sophomore Prom, a brilliant Spring event, held April Q-4. Tvventy Sophomore students vvere on the honor roll. Cblpper pictureb SOPHOMOPE CLASS OFFICERS-Root, Moore, Crafts, Smith. CLovver leftj Lindsay, Wort, CLovver rightb LEVY CAMPAIGN-Miller, Kopmanson. Clipper picturej Schutz, Stowell, Adams, Waldvogel, Dusing. CLovver Ieftj Gobrecht, Crafts, Beroset. QLovver rightb Snearing, Potts, Pierce, Lindsay. Names that will shine in University events lor the next tvvo years are already tal4ing on a lustre: Dale Crovv, outstanding athlete, and honor student . . . Betty l-leyn, vvell lcnovvn lor her vvorlc on the Collegian and in girlis athletics, as vvell as membership in Alpha Phi Gamma . . . Jaclq lVlerrill and June Spaur, active in dramatics and the chorus . . .and Theodore Ulmer, debater and reporter. With its lcnovvledge ol all phases ol University lite this group of 1938 will return to mould their lives along educational and cultural lines, and to set the stamp ol their ovvn individ- uality on the fascinating history of their Alma Mater. Alter the First rush ol registration, attending classes, and buying bool4s, the class of 1939, composed of 650 students, elected as class officers Robert Troup, president, Duane Cadmus, vice-president, Virginia Stachovvicz, secretary, Donald Bishop, treasurer, and the student council representatives, Alice Featherstone and George Schaiberger. The First large social atfair was the party given by the lVlen,s Union for freshmen men. The committee FR E S I-I M E N 0 T I-'I E lor the main event of their year, the Freshman Dance, held at the 'lrianon on November 29, was headed by Mary Kay l.arl4in, and included Volando Floripe, Vir- C l- A S S 0 lr fl Q 3 9 ginia Byrne, Jeanne Jones, Robert Friaul, Evan price, and William Tobin. Freshmen men and vvomen ex- pressed their interest in other social atlairs by accept- ing Fraternity and sorority bids. The fraternities pledged 'l'l6 men and the sororities tool4 in 72 vvomen. That upper classmen aren't the only persons interested in school life vvas clearly demon- strated this year by the Freshmen who participated in athletic, dramatic, musical and literary Fields. Top-CLASS OFHCEPS: R. Troup, V. Stachovvicz, D. Cadmus, D. Bishop Bottom- FRESHMAN WEEK: V. Miller, M. West, V. Schuster, B. I-lurlbrink, P. Searight REGII I Ill-lllun FOR MW JGIJIOI1 frubenrf uldlfs Top-RFGISTRATIQN: JaneStovveIl, Betty Marsh, Carol Adams, Doris Seeger, l-lelen Burpee Bottom--CONVOCATION: The Dread of All Freshmen Among the thirty-six Freshmen vvho vvent out lor Football vvere Jim Boyd, Finish Brovvn, Ed Siminslti, Ralph Weisenberg, Dave Abel, and Willard Svvihart. Seventeen Freshmen were on the honor roll, Qutstanding Freshmen in dramatics were Jane Staiger, Joe Flynn, and Robert Fox, vvho toolc part in the three major productions ol the Dramatic Association, Alice Featherstone, Marjorie Ebert, and Bernard Schramm distinguished themselves by the worl4 they did on the Collegian, From the interest and activity that the class of 1939 has shovvn in one year at the University, upper classmen Feel that competent hands are ready to talce over school aFlairs. PAN I-IELLENIC CCUNCIL H935-19365 president ...,.. ,.... l rvin Edelstein Secretary and Treasurer. . . ..., Wm. J. Dupont, Jr. Adviser .,... ...... .... R r ol. Donald S. Rarlcs The Ran l-lellenic Council was founded in 1925. The purpose of this council is to promote the interest ot the University, and ol the Fraternities oi which it is composed. The attempts to secure cooperation among the fraternities and between the University authorities to the end that such interest may be best served, has been decidedly accomplished during the recent year. The council is composed of tvvo representatives from each Fraternity. Each year the presi- dency oi the council is rotated among the Fraternities according to an established order. Qn April 'I7 the Ran l-lellenic council held a dance at the lrianon Ballroom with Austin Wylie, and his nationally lcnovvn orchestra playing. This was the outstanding social function ol the year given by the Ran l-lellenic Council. CRovv 35 MacRitchie, Rex, Jennings, McDonald, Epstein, Berkowitz. CRow QD Meier,Golding, Edelstein, Dupont, Lewis. CROW 'lj Blitz, Walker, White, Schroeder. Whe 220114 WHERE GREEK Qfellwfs MEETS GREEK Upper Left Brooks, Golding, Jenn Upper Right Epstein, Berkowitz, E Lower Left Meier, Lewi Lower Right Dupont, Rex, Schr CCDUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA PHI oivitofa .... CI-II RI-IG NU ....i. CI-Il BETA CI-II ...,.. SIGMA BETA PI-II, ,. PI-II KAPPA CI-II ...., LAMBDA CI-II ....,,. SIGMA DELTA RI-IG, KAPPA IGTA CI-II. . . KAPPA PSI .......... KAPPA PI-II SIGMA ...... T . . ,,...i,.,.,...,,.. W, Rex E. Walker YV. Schroeder R. Wight ,.,...E. Golding I-I. Jennings .....J. Tallman L. I-lines ..,,.,.W.Lewis J. McDonald ....J. Berkowitz I, Epstein Meier E. Brooks ..,.I. Edelstein Dave Blitz .,......R.I-Iood B. Mittendort ...HD Mariea M. Smith 2 SIGMA BETA U Pl-ll ' CD Ii FOUNDED: 7918 T FLCWER: Carnation -I CQLQRS: Black and Gold U5 -l I I'T"I 4 RULE SUPREME 'Ti-IEII2 As the second oldest Fraternity on the campus, the Sigma Beta Phi Fraternity is recognized as one ol the leading groups oi the University. The Fraternity home on l3arl4vvood Avenue was the scene for many rushing events and other social activities. Among the events on the Sigmas social calendar vvere the Christmas Formal, the pledge dance, a box-social, and the Spring formal. Cn February Qi the Eounderys Day banquet was celebrated. Considerable credit for the Sigma's success in this almost completed year must be given to their capable president, Jack Tallman. With such University leaders as John Wickter, president of the student council, Bob Biehl, student council representative and the Uni- versity's First nine-letter athlete, James Kressler, cheerleader and student council repre- sentative, ,lack Striggovv, advertising manager of the Campus Collegian, and Jack Melvin, sophomore representative ol the Menis Union, the Sigmas are proud to help mold Uni- versity traditions, and build up the respect vvhich is due the University. Sigma Beta Phi, with the new pledge group, hopes to travel farther dovvn the road of success and to even greater achievements than ever before. 50 , Cl2ow 45 Severin, Kelting, Lay, Perry, Cochran, Tobin, Grover, Cox, Wachter, Drennan, Zilles, Patterson, Cupp. C Row 3D Connell, Schaebeck, Siebert, Fisher, Morgan, l-laase, Miller, Arend, Baskerville, Schmakel, Coffman, Wickter. Ql2ow QD Tallman, King, l-lolloway, Striggow, Halteman, DuPont, Vogel, Myers, Faber, Potter, Biehl. CROW 'ID Kelly, Brown, Melvin, Donnelly, Freeman, Friaul, Williams, Troup, Robinson, Kridler. LGDGE TAKES SECOND 'U GFFICERS I- President ...... Vice-President. Secretary ....... Treasurer, ...... Social-Secretary. Sergeant at Arms .... Adviser ....... SENIORS Bob Biehl Willred Carroll William Dupont Bob Gale Lawrence l-lines Bob Perry Floyd Potter Edward Southard Jack Tallman John Wickter Norman Zilles JUNIORS Franz Arencl AI Ballert Bob Faber MEMBERS James Kressler Ross Miller Jack Striggow Bob Vogel SOPHOMORES Maurice Connell Bob Cox Earl Fisher Russell Grover Lloyd l-lolloway William King Jack Melvin Bill Myers Bob Patterson PLEDGES Tom Baskerville Bob Brennen Thayer Brown Bud Buehler Dick Bullack Jim Cochran Walter Coffman Charles Cupp Tom Donnelly l-loward Drennan Bob Durendack Arnold Frautschi Bob Freemen Bob Friauf Joe Froehlich .,..Jack Tallman .....Bob Vogel James Kressler Norman Zilles ..,...Floyd potter .........l2obert Biehl ...l3rol. W, F, Brown Al Kelly Dick Kelting Junior Kendall George Kridler Bob Lay Glen Morgan Evan Price Phil Robinson Bill lloesner Frank Schaebeck Edward Schmakel Norman Severin Fred Siebert Bill Tobin Bob Troupe Dick Williams Chuck Yeager CROW 45 Michalak, C. Smith, Wynn, C. l-lanneken, Ahrberg, Buell, Densman, Fries. CROW 35 Erick, Jennings, Weise Wort l-lerringshaw, Engler, Flynn, Jameson, Armstrong, Thompson, Drager. CROW 31 Rogge, Krauss, Dr. J. B. Brandeberry Meier Mac Ritchie, Lindsay, Streit. CROW 'lj Drulard, Starner, La Faree, R. Smith, Bishop, Cu. l-lanneken, Wasmundt. De Z U S NG Tl-l LL NA VE ACTI SUPREME IN MOS lheodore Meier. . Burton MacRitchie Elgin Brooks .... Robert Smith .... Leonard Bishop , , Dr. J. B. Brandeberry SENIORS Norman Drulard James Friaul Charles l-lanneken Robert Krauss Ronald Starner Ted Meier JUNIORS Leonard Bishop Elgin Brooks Carlton Erick Norman Jennings William KnoWles EdWard Michalak QFFICERS MEMBERS Clarence Palm Elroy Streit SOP!-IOMORES Charles Buell George Fries Tom Lalfarree Carey Lindsay Burton MacRitchie Vern Nickle Robert Smith Clarence Wasmundt Douglas Wort PLEDGES Ray Ahrberg Norman Baker T, ivotiiics .........President ....Vice-President , . . . , .Secretary . . .Treasurer ..,l-listorian . . . .Adviser William Armstrong Patrick Densman Herbert Drager l-lerbert Engler Joseph Flynn George l-lanneken Tobias l-lerringshaw John Hudson Robert Jameson Basil Litten Jack Rogge Richard Smith Charles Thompson Clarence Wasmundt Richard Weise Douglas Wort Charles Wynn SIGMA DELTA RHS GPS l'- l.I.I FOUNDED: 1991 I ELQWER: Red Carnation IT CCLQRS: Purple and Gold LD 7 BC ESE Tl-I 'U C oo 'I CW De j O Z cn De Z C i 'U I'- i'i'i De tn C 70 Fm cn Z De 7? Fm cn Sigma Delta Rho has earned a high place among the uBig Three" on the campus, During the past year the Sig Delts vvere prominent in politics, publications, and social activities. Among the Sig Delt leaders on the campus vvere Elgin Brooks, Junior class president, Robert Smith, Sophomore class treasurer, Carlton Erick, editor, and Charles l-lanneken, business manager ol the Blockhouse. Norman Jennings and l-lerbert Drager vvere also active on the Collegian and Dlockhouse. The Fraternity president, led Meier vvas vice- president ol the University V and member ol the Arx, The fraternity rooms in Berkeley Manor vvere attractively redecorated by the active chapter. Earlier in the year the alumni group did their part by retinishing the lurnitures The annual Christmas Formal, held in the Maumee River Yacht Club, Christmas night, the spring Formal and a host ol inlormal dances climaxed the social activities. Qther get-togethers included the annual picnic at Devilis l.ake and the Eounderis Day banquet, A nevv idea ol pot-luck dinners on meeting nights proved to be a huge success, As has been the case in past years, much ol the credit lor the Sig Delts rise to greater heights belongs to their much admired adviser, Dr. J. B. Brandeberry. Tl-lE SQCIAL LIGHTS GF Tl-lE Wilbur Lewis ., Robert Nooney .... John McDonald .... Edward Wells .. Richard Wolle .... John Kappel ... Merrell Buck ....,... Dr. l-l. l-l. M. Bowman HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. N. Mogendorll Prof. Young A. Neal SENIORS James Briggs Wilbur Lewis JUNIORS Stanley Andrews Willard Beebe Merrell Buck QFFICERS ...MGSLZV . , . .Warden .. ...Scribe ...........Custodian ,........,...,.Marshal ,.. .Scribe Ccorrespondingb ,.......,,....Chaplain ..,.Adviser MEMBERS William Dierks Frederick De Shetler James l-lolt Adrian Kidney Norman Lang John McDonald Robert Nooney Marvin Smith Edward Wells Richard Wolfe SOPI-IOMORES Joseph Baird Donald Beroset Irvine Dowd Lawrence l-leinle John Keppel Carl Payden Stanley Petersen Jack Rentsch Jack Wemmer Phillip Whitehead PLEDGES Norman Eberlein Ralph Fall Edward Foster Edward Gettins Eugene l-lartman Donald l-laven Walter loset Robert Keeling James Knisley Jack Lundy Robert Mattison Dwight Misch l-larlan Moan George Murphy Rowland Perry Gicl Searle Charles Seeman Joseph Shaw Royle Simons Willard Swihart Arthur lorgler Edward Walker William Williams CRow 45 Torgler, l'leinle, l-lolt, Perry, Mattison, Keeling, Dierks, Baird, Beroset, DeShetler, Wolfe, Briggs, QRow 3D Andrews, Walker, Seeman, Beebe, Lundy, Fall, Misch, Eberlein, Whitehead, Payden, Wells, Rentsch, Murphy, Nooney. CROW QD Williams, Kidney, Smith, Dr. Mogendorll, Lewis, Dr. Bowman, MacDonald, Lang, Dowd. CRow 'ID Searle, Wemmer, Shaw, Buck, Simons, Gettins. ff C5 -I I 70 U1 FQ Z Q Uv -I CD 70 3? Q Q C cn CDH 3- 3- -4 3 f-f an - ff w 0 Q04 2 3- Q T Sf 3 IU g D ' 4 3- 5' Z "' N 1,0 -1 O 3 0 5' O 1 K Il O. ,1 -Q 1 Zum -. N4 : 1 C 0-0 gf' C G1 -. 3 N O 2. cn, ra O. N Q rw U, or 3 Cu ,., 3 rn cn, Q, ,-f 3-N U 1 Q, for N -Q K X 3 O 1 1 CL -- -' Q. C O O-Q, , 4 N 1 4 N -n -' 33 3 4 ,gf Q rf' an ff Q. 3 Q- " - 'A "' -V 3 cz, 3' Z -, Q ff. 'Q 9, 3 31 rw N4 3 0 3 M 3 Q tn 3 Z C 1 01 -- Q TN 2. Q' Q ,-.- 2 O. 01 Q, U 3 N 2 0, X 3 Q' 0 N 3 -, O- Us - OJ 3 T 1, 0 0 3 O Q X O. 3 3- O. 2 U' N 2 1 O1 -' Q- Q Q, 5 19 U' 3 Q F YL as 9 ff 3 OJ Q. 2 Q VY :J K 94 53-Q' fl 5 o 3 ,Q n fs ff - 5 103 Q - 0 E N O QI 0-1 3 Q, 3 N ,Q 3 QU -HV' W 'UU 3 UO- C O- ? TO-TZ' L5 'Si Q :'. N 2 ff E, 171' N Q. 2. U' O 01 K Sea K 3 O QB? if An O -X N -' m 3 N4 C O 2 3 2-os SLS- Q, GL Q 3 .ws 3' 5. 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Wendel will long be remembered for his warm Friendship and the Fine spirit of lair play and good sportsmanship that he displayed on the University athletic Field. Sweeney, despite the adversities ot life that were his, met the world squarely and made a place for himself as circulation manager of the Campus Collegian. The fraternity has lost two Fine scholarly students, real Fraternity brothers, and most ol all, two men. -- . This year the Fraternity held many outstanding social functions tor its many members and guests on the campus. The Alpha l3hi's presented their annual Christmas formal dinner-dance at the New Secor Hotel. A host of other activities were given in honor ol the Qi pledges in the group. Alpha phi Qmega justities its modest position on the campus by having such men on its roll as Willard Rex, president oi the Senior Class and oi the fraternity, Ernest Walker, secretary ol the Junior Class land vice-president of the group, Melvin Potts, member ot the Student Council, Robert Braun, intramural manager, Robert Kegg, Senior prom committee member. Their adviser, Arvid T. Johnson, has more than lent himself to the fraternity during the past year. ALP!-IA PHI CDMEGA FOUNDED: 'l9Q'l FLQWER: Carnation CQLQRS: Scarlet and Gray UPQN Tl-IE CAMPUS Willard Rex.. Ernest Wallcer . Claude Watts .. Robert Kegg . . Carl Warren . . Melvin Potts ... Louis Cuiese .. Edward Papp. . . A. T. Johnson. .. SENIORS Robert Kegg Willard Rex Carl Warren JUNIORS Kenneth Bender Robert Braun Louis Giese John Metcalf OFFICERS MEMBERS Edward Papp Franlc Sweeney Ernest Wallfer Claude Watts l-loward White SOPHOMORES Robert Frisch John Gens Donald Mcliechnie Melvin Potts Ralph Smith Jaclc Thom William Underwood l-loward Wendel PLEDGES Paul Bertlce Merle Blumlce Lawson Bradley Clair Foster Arthur l-lrlt Clair Kile Charles Kimberly Ralph Lindsey ,,........President ..,...Vice-President A. . .Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary ...........,.lreasurer . .Assistant Treasurer . . .Sergeanbat-Arms , . ..Reporter . . . .Adviser Robert Lydy Robert Mcl-lugh Lloyd Qtr Bertil Peterson Robert Putnam Forrest Rogers Max Schroeder Wm. Snearing Richard leale Arnold Teize Charles Wachtell Ralph Wiesenberg, Robert Willce QROW 4D Blumlce, Underwood, Frisch, Potts, White, Gens, Watts, Nolan, Lydy. CROW 35 Giese, Bender, Peterson, Metcalf, Thom, Kimberly, Qrr, Putnam, Gibbons, Bradley, Nightingale, Snearing, Wachtell. CROW QD Schroeder, Mct-lugh, Wiesen- berg, Mclfechnie, Warren, Rex, Wallcer, Kegg, Wendel. CROW U Rogers, leize, Bertlre, Foster. Fl D 5 CI-II iario C cg NU I-I1 UU -I FQUNDED: 'l9Q'l FLQWER: Red Rose CQLQRS: Red and White 7U C -G CD Z TI-IE CAMPUS, BUT NOT BV The purpose of the fraternity is to promote fraternal and social feelings and to support all activities and projects of the University. The fraternity has had during its social year many informal dances, co-ed parties, and smolcers. During the holidays the Fifteenth Annual Christmas Formal Dinner Dance vvas held. Later the Founders Day Formal, Dadis Night, Pledge Banquet, and Spring formal brought vvith them appropriate celebrations. The social season ended vvith a fraternity picnic held at the lrish l-lills. The fraternity is very proud of its house in Sanford place. Many parties and other social activities are held here. As in previous years the fraternity vvas vvell represented in major sports, vvith letter-men on all the varsity teams. The teams they have sponsored in intramural sports have gained many coveted prizes. They not only have the vvill to vvin, but they also have the ability. The fraternity has always sponsored good fellovvship, betterment of school life, support of school projects, and clean and healthy living. It is proud of the record it has made, and vvill strive to maintain its standard in the future. CJ q Q , CRoW BD Bevard, McCullough, Clark, Earley, Myers, Forney, Peugeot, Lee. CROW QD Smith, Welling, Dr. Carter, Prof. Van Sickle, Dean Palmer, Wight. CRoW 'ID Sauers, Van Sickle, Pontius, Stimson, Schroeder, Kaseman, Carter. DP Z X4 Z i-I-I DP Z cn -l I Vi-i I- Fi-I DP' cn -l DP CW Il 4 Vi-I 2C3T'?4F oiOfV0"'N an om -dmwm-, O.mCQr,QA 'SEQQYN 1 40-.8432 .3,.- jo.-jo.j .m-.rw .:1'.Dj -.'ff". .Q'.. igii' 'QAI 1li:.+' ug! gi f5a51Qg 7003001 OFT OR? o-QW:-UT Qc N- HFWTGCO V.-,gmo o2KRI'Sg oraeaff- Sli OFFICERS Adviser ..,.............,., ,...... P rol. Guy E. Van Sickle l'lonorary Faculty Members ...,............,.... ,,,, D r, Carter and Dean Palmer M lf M B E R S William Smith Jerry Welling JUNIORS Donald Carter Robert Clark Norman B, Earley Edmond Forney Jacob Meyers Dale Bevard Robert BoWers Albert l-liltner Leroy O'Bryan Robert Brown l-larold Collins Paul Kaseman Edward McCullough Clair Pontius William Stimson Allred Wolfgang gnovom our-n :U-'42 2-21- -ipco 7U tinggm 2' iv ., - o N ci. N -. CD if-7 O 8-22 U N-B' I 3-Q' Q por-10 Z N3 sv' O52 i-72 533 U' o 'U 'YT I- Qs ""' 1.3 U Q 23 Sm Ln :Q LAC RQ Em N CROW 3D Parisky, Kripke, Moore, Blitz, Golden, Brassloll, Greenberg. CRoW QD Brodsky, Ettinger, Rothman, Sanger, Maren berg, Shuer, S. Blitzer, Schneider, l.inver, Schwartzbaugh. CROW 'lj Zucker, Kezur, Edelstein, Kline, Goldman, Mendelson. De NS P I Cl-lA l ES LET Tl-l A RUGGGED SPO Noble Grand... Vice-Grand. . . Secretary .... lreasurer ..,.., Rledgemaster .... Adviser ..... SENIORS Norman Goldman Seymour Rothman QFFICERS MEMBERS SOP!-IOMORES David Blitz Manny Brasslotl -llallxllolzs Maurice Kline Ernest Goldman Philip Moore Stanley Zimmerman Bernard Shuer lrvin Edelstein William Seligman PLEDGES Sidney Blitzer Robert Brodsky Herbert Golden RTS ....lrvin Edelstein ....Maurice Kline ...Edward Kezur ......Rhilip Moore EI'I'lZSl GI'OSSIT1dI'l . Dr. Lorain Eortney Carlton Zucker Joseph Mendelson Joseph Kripke EdWard Schneider Joe Linver Nathan Greenberg led Schwartzburg KAPPA ICDTA CHI 3 FQUNDED: 1995 3 FLQWER: Sweet pea COLGRS1l2ayai Blue and White L9 Z Q. i- si WELL, ANYWAV Cl-IAMPICDINIS The Kappa lota Chi fraternity vvas established on the campus in 1995. Since that time the group has been actively promoting the athletic, social, and intellectual pursuits ol the ,levvish men at the University. During the past year, K, l. X. has been prominent in intramural athletics, and for the second successive semester they rated First, scholastically, among the other fraternities, with a point average ot 1.53. Their social calendar included tvvo dances, one honoring the pledges, in the Chi Bet l-louse, and the Student Union building. The rushing season vvas Featured by a roast held late in the tall. K. l. X. also had its share ot campus leaders in extra-curricular activities. Among them vvere: lrving Edelstein, president ot the pan-l-lellenic Council, Seymour Rothman, sports editor of the Collegian, Stanley Zimmerman, member ot the Junior prom Committee, Dave Blitz and Ben Shuer, inter-fraternity ping-pong champions, and Ben Shall, Freshman basl4et- ball star. Shuer is also a varsity member ot the tennis team. Credit tor a nevv lound spirit belongs to their adviser, Dr. Lorain Fortney, Under his guidance, the fraternity has enjoyed one of the most successful years in its history. Tl-IE WISE CWLS CDF Tl-IE CAMPUS, Rresident ,..4 Vice-Rresident. .. Treasurer ..., Secretary ,.--, Rledge Master Adviser ....,. SENIORS lsadore Epstein JUNIORS Sam Kaufman Warren Rayman SOPHOMORES Jack Berkowitz CDFFICERS MEMBERS Nathan Eiser Dan Garder Harry Lepold Mayer Novick Sol Sharie Louis Sharlman Phillip Zanville PLEDGES Sylvan Feder ,lack Berkowitz . . Dan Garder Warren Rayman .Harry Lepold Rhillip Zanville Dr, E. E. Nurse CROW 3D Zeldon, Greene, Rayman, Handler, Miller, Potter, Feder, Wexler. CROW QD Epstein, Weiss, Sherman, Novick Sharfman, Stein, Zanville, Shore. CROW 'lj Eiser, Leopold, Prof. Nurse, Berkowitz, Kaufman. Ben Greene Ben Handler Leonard Sherman Irving Shore AI Stein Phillip Weiss Sam Wengrow Dave Wexler Abe Shore Max Zeldon Nor oiaimns, Exacrtv, Bur iaiou Z Lambda Chi Fraternity in its eleventh year ol existence can hardly boast a U5 better year than T935-36. The Fraternity was second in the scholastic -l ratings ol the social Fraternities on the campus. DP ln intramurals, Lambda Chils bid lor sports lame vvas aided by the ability ol Z Sol Sharp and Nat lfisir. lsadore Epstein chose scholastics as his aim and U was helplul in obtaining the high standard that Lambda Chi achieved and is 2 determined to l4eep, Q Their adviser, Doctor F. E Nurse, vvas a constant aid to the group and through him they obtained valuable advice and encouragement. -r-i'-f-4 I Ogzfg S fs U' it 2-mg 04 100, 3 Lhvaim QQONS. r- C N4"N-.-.3- 70763 1 mm,-r cn I'I'I 3 Q D052 00:4 CCF?-'CL ow No-10 538 f"ff Q Q. Glu-i-H :wow U --:x-. 39 I 3362 3 r-V' it 9005 3 S NWS-:Z U iias S,-,Q ,-f U' 3- 5.53 N QQ-Q 'AB 'QNEU r'i5LfLc 2,m'f'n Fing- U3 2.0 32 -H3 go. CLE X1 5'-5' NY' Daw UN 32. i: 13 Cl Although it is a comparatively new Fraternity, it is vvell organized and has PCVWER THE IS PRESS E TH GF ER CDV E P TH GF CfHI BETFICQHI Clni Beta Clni vvas Iounded as a scliolastic fraternity, but during tlie last levv years Iias carried on a very versatile social program. Edward J. Golding, president, under tlwe guidance oi Dr. Cliarles J. Buslinell, adviser, and Dr. George I.. I.eIIIer, Iwonorary member, successfully conducted tlwe Iraternity tlirouglw anotlier year and maintained its IiigI'i ranI4 as a Greek letter organization. Tliis year tlie Clii Bets bad tvvo members in Student Council, I-Ial B. Jennings and George Sclwaiberger, besides Iwaving men in tlwree class ollices. Tlwe Fraternity also I4ept control ol tlwe Campus Collegian lor tlie tlwird successive year, largely ttirougli tlwe eilorts of Jolin Grigsby, editor, and I-Ierbert Dorman, business manager. Tlwe groups' standing in interlraternity atI'iIetic competition was due cliietly to tlie eilorts ol Willard Briglwt, Edward Gold- ing, George Bleclcner, JacI4 Spooner, I-Ial Jennings, and I-Iarold Visclier. Socially, tlie Clii Bets reactied nevv Iieiglits, tI'ie Annual Cliristmas Formal Dinner Dance, Iweld December Q3, at ttie New Secor, being one of tlie outstanding social events oi tlwe year. Tlie lraternity, closing a most successlul year vvitlw tlie Annual Spring Formal Dinner Dance, under tlie cliairmansliip oi Willard Briglwt, point optimistically tovvard tlwe years to come. CHI BETA CHI EOUNDED: 1928 ELQWER: Lillies oi tlie Valley CQLORS: Blue and Gold NOUMNG DQNE Nf EdWard J. Golding, Jr Hal B. Jennings, Jr.. Harry lVlclVlahon. .. Jaclc Wright. .. . Joe Garrison ...,.i Jacl4 A. Spooner ..,. Dr. Charles J. Bushnell Dr. George L. Lelller. SENIORS Willard Bright EdWard J. Golding John Grigsby Harold Vischer JLJNIORS George Bleclcner Kenneth Carnes Glenn Cobourn Herbert Dorman George Gilliotte GFFICERS MEMBERS Eugene lmholt Hal B. Jennings Harry McMahon Charles Richey Joe Rinderlfnecht SOPHOMORES Robert Briclcett Ted Byram Ray Crouse Joe Garrison Frank Hudiclc Tom Hunter Andrew Keating Merton Lilly Donald l'VlcEerran Charles Scharly Fred Spicer Reynolds Wade Robert Wade Jaclc Wright William Corsa Charles Gibbons Herbert Gladding Jaclc A. Spooner HALVES ., .Senior Consul .r Junior Consul . . . . . .Custodian ,. .Recording Scribe L. Corresponding Scribe . .,.lVlarshal Erater in Eacultate ...Honorary Member DLEDGES Louis Barrie Wallace Duncan Rercy Kahle Richard Lawless John Lovett George Lynn Robert Mattlin Raul lVliller George Schaiberger John Thorpe Raul Tohle CROW 4D Grigsby, Corsa, Carnes, Garrison, Lovett, lohle, Rothlisberger, Lilly, Thorpe. CROW 3D McEerrin, Mattlin, Spooner, Kahle, Richey, Jennings, Lynn, Spicer, Dorman, Vischer, Wright. CROW QD Mclvlahon, Bleclcner, Bright, Dr. Lelller, Golding, Dr. Bushnell, Keating, Miller. CROW 'ID Wade, Barrie, Crouse, Schaiberger, Hunter, Gilliotte, Scharfy, Duncan. 4 CGUNCIL PEPPESE ALPI-IA TAU SIGMA ,,,A. ...,......,......... KAPPA PI EPSILON .... PI-II TI-IETA PSI ....A PI DELTA CI-II ...... PSI CI-II PI-II ..,,. SIGMA PI DELTA TALI DELTA SIGMA. . . . ZETA GAMMA PI-II .... Gjhe fam- JLIST BETWEEN Upper Left Erick, Fowler Upper Right Pirie, Miller, Seegar Lower Left wdisef, Snell Lower Right WiIIiamson, Jacobs ATIVES Virginia WiIIiamson Ruth S. I'Iartman ........INIeIISneII Ruth I:ricIc . .Margaret I-IuntIey Dorothy I-Iochstetter . . Betty Jane I:owIer Doris Seeger Martha KIopIenstein Georgia Mae IVIiIIer . . . . . .Leona Jacobs Florence I2ucIicI4 . . . .Maxine Walser Winifred Pirie .........I2uthIVIeier I.2IdI'T,JOI'1I'1StOI'I2 ellivms US GIRLS INTER-SGRCDRITY COUNCIL C1935-19365 president ......, ...., Nl axine Walser Secretary and Treasurer. ., Q.,. Virginia Williamson Reporter .,...,....,. .... Nl artlua Kloplenstein Adviser... ..e, Dean Katlierine Easley lnter-Sorority Council vvas estaplislied in WQQ6 lor tlne purpose ol governing all sororities on tlwe campus. It is composed ol a Junior and Senior representative lrom eaclw ol tlie eiglwt sororities on tlwe campus. llie presidents ol tlwe sororities may attend tlie meetings il tliey desire. Qlticers ol tlwe Council are elected by a system ol rotation. Meetings are lneld once a montli in order to discuss tlie various needs and attairs ol tlie sororities. llwe organization functions especially during tlwe rusliing season vvlnen it prepares tlwe rules and regulations lay vvlnicli all sororities must apide. A penalty is inllicted lor any inlraction ol tlne rules. llie Annual lnter-Sorority Council Dance was given in tlie Woman's Building on February 14, led Bennetts orcliestra playing. Ql2ovv 31 l-luntley, Pirie, Snell, Fovvler, Seeger, Jacobs. CROW QD Miller, Klopfenstein, Walser, Johnstone, Williamson Qllow 'lj Woolford, l-loclcstetter, Hartman, Rudiclc, .+- Z3 Q Z CD x I- l.1.I LD Q Ll.I I- fi U I- Lf? I Q CD cn I I- Q CD E fi Tl-IE SQCIAI. WI-IIRI., VET An attractive bridge luncheon was held in the home of Ruth l:ricl4 which brought together Alpha members of the sorority in celebration of l:ounder's Day. Arrangements vvere made by the chairman, Lucille Ericlcson, assisted by Gladys Berning, Marion Delcher, and Virginia Baker. ln commemoration of the day, the sorority flower vvas vvorn to classes. Members of the Beta chapter observed the occasion vvith a luncheon at the -lallyho tea room, After a busy summer, the members had a great deal to tall4 over at the fall dance held in the lrilby log cabin. plans for the coming activities vvere eagerly discussed betvveen dances. Former acquaintances were renewed vvhen the Alphafs entertained alumni members at a tea in the home of l-lelen Folger. ln an atmosphere of friendliness, the Kappas vvere hostesses to faculty members and members of the various sororities at the annual Thanksgiving tea, given in the home of Kathryn Gross. The merriment of the Yuletide season vvas much in evidence at the Christmas formal, held in the Commodore Perry l-lotel. A gaily decorated Christmas tree, coupled vvith soft, svveet strains of music, served as an appropriate baclcground for this outstanding event of the year. KAPPA PI EPSILCDINI FQUNDED: 'I9'Ii FLQWER: Chrysanthemum CQLQPS: Green and Gold NCT FAIR BEI-IIND IN LEARNING CROW 3D Snell, Wise, Kurtz, B. Miller, Adams, M, A. Miller, Corey, Wilcox, Baker. Cl2ow QD Lambert, Dierks, Erickson, Yates, Gross, McMahon, Dowd, Fortune, Vogel. CI?ow 'ID Garty, I-Iawkins, Folger, Berning, Gunn. Barbara Dowd Nell Snell .,... Elizabeth Yates Virginia Marleau Margaret McMahon. . Lucille Erickson. . SENIORS Barbara Dowd Kathryn Gross Margaret McMahon Virginia Perry Nell Snell Barbara Woy Mary Vogel Lucille Erickson Barbara Wise Ruth Lasley GFFICERS MEMBERS JUNIORS Marion Delcher Isabelle Fortune Ruth Frick Viriginia Marleau Betty Marsh Mary Alice Miller Elizabeth Yates SOPI-IOMOPES Carol Adams Gladys Berning Barbara Dierks Helen Folger Colette Garty Anna Jane Gunn Betty I-Iawkins Bettina Kurtz Ethel Lambert I-Ielen Luedtke Barbara Miller Jane Stowell Germaine Wilcox . ,..l3resident Vice-president , , ,Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary .A ,I ,I .lreasurer ...Reporter PLEDGES Dorothy Marleau Maxine Barnes Norma Portman Dorothy Stitzer Lucille Ashton I-Ielen Michael Isabel Fye Betty Snell Patricia Searight Bettae Shank FAMED FUR Ti-IEIIQ WIT, AND I I-VI ivi DELTA E crii 2 'l I FQUNDED: 1918 - FLQWER: Shamrock CGLQRS: Green and White U7 U5 A dance at the Student Union Building, just before school started, began the yearis activi- ties for pi Delta Chi. Later in the Fall, the Beta chapter entertained the Alpha chapter with a dinner and style show at the Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian Church. Also during the first semester of the school year, the Pi Deltis organized a Mothers, Club. They gave several rummage and calqe sales. The sorority not only held a Christmas formal at the New Secor l-lotel, but climaxed the holiday season with a New Years Day lea Dance to which all University sorority women were invited. A program of social worl4 was started by the Pi Delta Chi sorority and the Sigma Beta Phi fraternity when they jointly entertained fifty children from the North Toledo Community l'louse at a dinner party in the Sig Bet house. Moving pictures and a fish pond kept the children busy to say nothing of the eats. Pledges of the sorority were honored at a dance, March Qi, in the Maumee River Yacht Club. Boy friends were entertained by the pi Delts at a Leap Year Dance in the Womanis Building, April 3. Girls called for their dates, met the parents, carried combs and the lilce, gave the boy friend corsages to wear, and taxied the boys safely to their homes after the dance. founders Day, April 96, was marlced by the annual banquet with the Beta chapter. f'N 52? C as 7? X53 0 OI JO F3 'YT 09? za. me t-9 wi Nm N0 4.03- QQ .54 E790 3 O :E ELK f'Xx1 E03 iw -Am XJQ 5?- N '71 0 EQ, 32 34 32 qt 34 aa? N- 39 913 NfN IZ? is Q N8 to 322 sw 1 0: 1 H 3 On D S- 9 3 O D O. W M l-ID HV DN l-lD V cl ElHi l N QEEICERS Emma Lou l-lauck, .. 4....... Presiclent l-lelen Conn ...., .... V ice-president Mary Simonds .,.A, 4..,,.. S ecretary Josephine Simonds ,.. .Mlreasurer Claudine lfelchner .,... .... B eporter Dr, Marion Weightman . .. ...,...,,..,.. ..,xAxcly'ser SENIORS Helen Conn Betty Jane Fowler Emma Lou l-lauck Ruby Keelauyer Claucline Kelchner Lorraine McCloy Bernice Pollack Josephine Simoncls Mary Simonds Jane Walker Charlotte Ward MEMBERS JUNIORS Betty Bennett Virginia Beroset Martha Breitenwischer Lucille l-lammontree Eleanor l-lorn Betty Lee Doris Seeger Barbara Wing SOPHOMORES Marion Beroset June Crafts Ruth l-lartman Mary Lou l-layes Roberta Jacobs Fl2ESl-lMEN Jean Baker Mary Jane Boler Betty Bragg Betty Bryce Josephine Butler Betty Dickie Betty Dierks Yolanda Floripe Dorothy Gobrecht l-lelen Gunn Margaret l-lunter Jeanne Jones Martha Lok Eileen Manton Janet Serrels Alice Sprague Dorothy Zapl GDR CAMPUS STCDIQV CRoW 35 Willis, Manahan, Pfellerle, Cochran, l-lamilton, Lee. CROW QD Eouts, Luttrell, Evans, Mueller, l-lockstetter, l'-luntley. CRoW 'lj Backus, Avis, Curdes, Vogel, Eichman. Melba Evans. ,, Lamora Mueller , Madeline Luttrell Esther Avis. .... Janet Broclcway ..,. Jeanne Vogel and R SENIORS Esther Avis Melba Evans Margaret l-luntley Donna Miller Lamora Mueller Dorothy Willis Jane Wine GR CDFFICERS ...l...Rresident Vice-president . . . . , .Recording Secretary . . .Corresponding Secretary .,...........lreasurer eggy l-lamilton ... .... Reporters MEMBERS JUNIORS Janet BroclcWay Ruth Claus Dorothy l-loclcstetter Lois l-'lotz Carmen Lee Madeline Luttrell Violet Manahan SOPHOMORES Elizabeth Backus Marie Cochran Lorene Curdes Lucille Eichman Mary Eouts Peggy l-lamilton Betty Rfefferle Virginia lallman Jeanne Vogel PLEDGES Laura Lee Riley Janet McMahon Mary Ruth Comer Evelyn Elavell Ruth Eichman CLIP WELL RCDUN QED, A tall dance honoring the pledges began the years activities For the lhetas. I.I.l The colors ol the sorority were used for attractive decorations. -l The Christmas Formal at the Woman's Club was made Festive by a gaily l- decorated Christmas tree, and solt lights and sweet music. l'- Cn December 76, the annual party with the Beta chapter was held in the -l Conference Room. Santa Claus was among those present and had gifts For everyone. 0 The Nlotherys Club launched its second year with a joint meeting and dinner 0 with the members at the Belvedere. They also held a rush party lor the l"' mothers ot the new pledges. The annual Mothers' Day tea and a banquet 1 in honor of the mothers ended the year. 0 Qn November 20th the sorority celebrated its sixteenth celebration of l:ounder's Day. Dean Katherine Easley and Doris Fenneberg, a charter Z member, were guests of honor at a dinner at the University Club and mem- ' bers received corsages ol yellow mums, the sorority Flower. Rushing, pledging, teas and inlormal parties were climaxed with the annual 0 spring formal, lVlay Q3. ln defiance of approaching exams, one and all Z donned spring formals for this favorite attair. E I- px LL FOUNDED: 1920 FLOWER: Baby Mum E CQLQRS: Brown and Yellow I... EXCELLEIXITLV BALANCED, NCT Ihe Psi Chi Phi calendar has been completely filled this year with interesting and diverting activities. I-Iowever, the project nearest the hearts of the Psi Chifs has been the remodeling and opening of a sorority house in minia- ture on Densmore Drive. Members did most of the painting and scrubbing themselves in preparation for the formal opening of the house November 3. A Kaji party in true Japanese style was held in the sorority house Gctober Q8 Some of the members dressed in I4imonos and others, attempting to Iearn a somewhat confusing game, lent novelty and hilarity to the entertain- ment. Psi Chi dances were interspersed throughout the year, but the Christmas formal with its holly wreaths and yuletide gaiety tapped all such occasions. Qn New Years Day, the psi Chifs honored all campus sororities with a tea. The gracious hostesses created an atmosphere of friendliness and charm. psi Chi mothers organized this year and have been almost as active as their daughters. Ihey have given several atttractive teas and parties. The psi Chifs Ioolc baclc with satisfaction upon a very successful year and Ioolc forward to a more successful one. PSI CHI PI-II FQUNDED: 'IQQ3 FLOWER: poppy CQLOIQS: Crimson and Black TI-IEII2 LITTLE I-ICIVIE ALCDIXIE CRow QD Richards, G. Miller, Krecker, Dale, Howell, Henry, Heyn, Mathie, Kreider, Wilbur, Chapman, Hansen Crane Row 'I Williams, l-lesson, Krepleever, Lorenz, Woolford, Klopfenstein, Hinds, Crawtis. OFFICERS Dorothy Woollord. ., ......,.... ..., ,.., R r esident Dorothy Bolin ,.. .,....., Vice Rresident Miriam Lorenz. .. .. ,, .Recording Secretary Virginia Hinds .... 4 ,Corresponding Secretary Kathryn Goodwin. .. s...., ... lreasurer Beverly Hesson. . . . Reporter Mrs John Condrin .... .,.. ..... .... A d v iser SENIORS Dorothy Bolin Kathryn Goodwin Virginia Hinds Martha Klopfenstein Evelyn Krepleever Miriam Lorenz Dorothy Woollord JLINIORS Harriet Chapman Virginia Crawtis Constance Dale Pauline Duffield Julia Ann Folger Marjorie Gilson Ann Hansen MEMBERS Beverly Hesson Helen Howell Betty Kreclcer Ruth Kreider Georgia Mae Miller Gretchen Richards Rae Wilbur Alice Williams SOPHOMORES Jane Condit Ruth Crane Emily Derr Mariorie Henry Betty Heyn Jean Mathie Marian Montgomery Ruth Ramlow Grace Spaulding June Spaur PLEDGES Virginia Byrne Marjorie Ebert Alice Featherstone Dorothy Gysin Florence Fetzer Margaret Harpster Ruth Kent Margaret Kloplenstein Mary Jane Mitchell Alice Jane Schaal Dorothy Mutchler Dorothy Sanzenbacher Virginia Schuster Tl-IAT MAKES Tl-lEM PGPULAR MUCI-I GIVEN TCD This past year has been one of laughter and amusement for the Alpha laus. They have been caught in the social whirl and have greatly enjoyed the experience. The Alpha laus have the distinction of having the only woman engineering student in the university as one of their members. A l-lalloween dance, given November 4 in the lVlaumee parish house, was one of the gayest and most attractive functions of the season. Decorations expressed an elfin spirit in orange and blacl4. The Beta Chapter honored the actives with a l-lalloween party at the Doherty Club in Maumee. l:ounder's Day, which is one of the most important dates of the year to a sorority, was celebrated with a banquet in the Woman's Building. A color scheme of silver and orchid was carried out, with sweet peas furnishing the floral touch. Christmas night, the Alpha laus danced until the wee hours of the morning in the tower room of the f-lillcrest. Though heavy-eyed and weary-footed, they were pleased to say that their Christmas formal was a great success. A scavenger hunt was given in honor of the pledges instead of the usual pledge dance. Refreshments were served at the home of Dorothy Lancashire after an evening of collecting. The Alpha 'laus have plans for interesting activities this spring in which they expect their new pledges to tal4e an active part. Among them is the annual spring formal which is always an occasion to loolr forward to, and reminisce about when it is past. AI-PHA TAU SIGMA ' ' FQUNDED: 1931 FLQWER: Sweet peas and Roses CQLORS: Orchid and Silver THOUGH l-iT GF GTI-IERS Ql?ow 3D Brown, Arduser, Kern, P. Bolton, Hatch, D. Bolton, Morris, Vogel. Cl?ow QD Thompson, Wonders, Williamson, Smith, Jewell. CROW 'ID Lancashire, Lamson, Hartman. Virginia Williamson. i Florence Wonders. .A Marjorie Smith . . . Doris Jewel ...... Emily Thompson .... Anna Kern .......... Dr. Blanche Weelces, . . SENIORS Florence Wonders Virginia Williamson Helen Bellows JUNIORS Barbara Arduser Dorothy Bolton lrene Brown Marjorie Smith Emily Thompson Marilyn Vogel OFFICERS MEMBERS SOPHOMORES Ruth Bolton Dorothy Haines Ruth Hartman Marian Hatch Ann Kern Doris Jewel Ruth Lamson Josephine Lancashire Elaine Morris Marie Waters ...Hpresident Vice-President . . 4 . .Secretary ...,Corresponding Secretary PLEDGES Margaret Corbett Marian Good Jeannette Grissinger Edythe Menne Lillian Miller Pauline Lederer Harriet Pilliod lnez Snyder Jane Treen Dorothy Wonders ,..,,lreasurer . . , ,Reporter . . .Adviser IT'S QUALITY, SAV TI-IEV, o ion SIGMA PI C ID Ii I. T A Q Q T Z -I -'I N4 FQUNDED: 'I93'I FLOWER: VioIet il COLORS: I3urpIe and GoId I DP -I Beta sorority members vvere guests of honor at a Bingo party, which vvas the first sociaI function of the sorority for this year. 1936 is an especiaIIy eventfuI year in the history of the Sigma Pi DeItas, because it marked the opening of a sorority apartment in Kenmore Manor. This gaIa occasion vvas ceIebrated with an open house November IO During the vvinter there vvas a theatre party, a charity bridge, and the annuaI Founders Day banquet. Qn this Iatter day the members vvore corsages of the sorority fIovver to cIasses. Rushing parties incIuded, besides a tea and a formaI dinner, a very noveI fortune teIIing party, at which the future vvas forecast in no uncanny manner. After the fashion of good pIedges, those of the Sigmas gave a tea in honor of the members, and proved that they couId be exceIIent hostesses, as vveII as obedient pledges. May TO vvas the date of the Mothers' Day tea which honored the mothers of the members. Its IoveIy appointments will Iong be remembered by all those present. fAxppropriateIy, a farevveII party for the seniors, and the spring formaI brought the years' activities to a cIose. CRovv 35 Lichensteln, Riman. CROW QD Jacobs, Rudiclc. Cl2OW1DBfIDb2VQ, Paslcow. s 2 Q F F l C E R S l Leona Jacobs .... , ,,.... President U7 Florence Rudiclc .. ,...... .Vice-Rresldent Doris Brinberg ,.., .... . .Recording Secretary Rath Liclmenstein. ,. .... Corresponding Secretary Florence Riman ........... ........,..... T reasurer Z Mrs. Jesse Dowd Stallord .. ...,......,..,.. ,... A dvuser I M E M B E R S I SENIORS JUNIQRS SOPHQMORES PLEDGES Florence Ruduclc Leona Jacobs Bella Paskow Beatrice Cohen I l l Doris Brlnberg Irma l-lellman Ruth Lxclwensteun Eleanor Moore Florence Rlman 'DIV ING OF AN CDRGANIZATICDIXI CROW 31 Long, Behm, Kopmanson, Druckenmiller, Webb, Jones. CROW QD Pirie, Walser, Ettenhofer, Alexander, Herler CROW 'lj Kehrer, Wilson, Peterson, Buehrer. Maxine Walser. . . Janice Ettenholer .,.. Barbara Gibbons .,,, Flora Jean Atwater.. Carol Alexander ,.,. Dorothea Wiesehan Dr Estelle l'lamilton.. QFFICERS MEMBERS SENIORS Dorothy Long Janice Ettenhofer Grace Mdlqudldl . Evelyn Druclcenmiller Maxine Walser . Lois Egger Barbara Gibbons Winifred Pirie JUNIOPS Verne l-lerler Carol Alexander Flora Jean Atwater Luella Behm Selma Jones SOPHOMORES Eileen Brown Helene Cotterill Corabelle Kehrer l-lelen Kopmanson Marie Lineback Gunberg Peterson Lucille Webb Dorothea Wiesehan Mary l-lelen Wilson .......President ....Vice-President . . .. ...Secretary ...flreasurer .........l2eporter .. .Sergeant-at-Arms ......,.Adviser PLEDGES Jean Cameron Amy Stahlwood Lorene Waldvogel Thelma Kehrer Eunice Carson Emma Johnson Betty Jewhurst Virginia Stacowicz Virginia Butt oops, My DEAH, AND Io the Iau Delts go the distinction of being the sorority basketball cham- pions Ior 1936. Emerging victorious Irom a Iield oI much competition, the -Iau Delts have every reason to be justly proud of this splendid achievement. The social activities of the year vvere heralded by a bacI4-to-school dance, held in the home of Evelyn Druclcenmiller in Elmore, Qhio. A Ihanksgiving dance was held in the Student Union Building, and during Christmas vaca- tion a party and gilt exchange vvas held in the home of Grace Nlarquardt. The annual Christmas Iormal dinner dance vvas December 'I6, in the Ioledo Yacht Club, vvhich vvas beautifully decorated. Founderis Day vvas celebrated by the vvearing of corsages by the members and a theatre party and dinner in the evening, Cn Mothers' Day a lovely tea vvas given in honor of the mothers oi the members. Rushing activities included a tea in the home ol Vivian Brint, a novel IVIonte Carlo party held in the Sig Bet house on I3arI4vvood Avenue, and a Iormal dinner in the Woman's club. pledging vvas held in the home ol Florence Schnetzler. The pledges vvere honored by the actives vvith a dance. TALI DELTA SIGMA IEQUNDED: 1930 FLQWER: Gardenia COLORS: Qld Rose and Silver THESE FAIR LADIES HEI CHANWHDNSHP TO WfN A ENQUGH HOGPS The Zetas have had a year of fun and frolic. They opened their social season vvith a roast, Qct. 'l4, in Qttavva Parlc, after vvhich members gathered around the dying embers of the fire to amuse each other vvith eerie ghost stories. Cn Nov. 4, the sorority patronesses and adviser vvere honored with a formal dinner in the Belvedere Apartments. The Alpha and Beta chapters exchanged gifts at a rolliclcing Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Charles J. Bushnell, Dec. 'l6. An atmosphere of merri- ment and gaiety vvas maintained at the formal Christmas dance in the Toledo Yacht Club, Dec. Q7. Rushing this year vvas just as much fun for the members as it was for the rushees. This is no vvonder, considering the three delightful rush parties, vvhich included a country dance, a twilight supper, and a formal banquet at the Waldorf l-lotel. The Zetas are planning many more parties jointly vvith the Beta chapter during the summer months. The purpose of the sorority is to promote social feeling and to support all activities and projects of the University. ZETA GAMMA PI-I I FOUNDED: i939 CCLQRS: Red and White ELQWER: Svveet pea MEANS LEAST ACTIVE CROW QD Mars, Zawodnn, Siadak, Luglnbuhl. Wow 'lj Lawson, V. Paltz, Philnpps, E. Rantz, Johnstone. Mary philipps. Nedra Herman .... Evelyn Paltz.. Ruth Maier. ., SENIORS Nedra Herman Ruth Maier Aubrey Mather JUNIOPS Lelah Johnstone GEFICERS MEMBERS Rolandine Luglnbuhl Mary Philrpps Evelyn Paltz Vivian Paitz Bertha Siadak Mary Zawodni SOPHOMOPES Helen Britton Carolyn Lawson Ida Mae Mars PLEDGES Marian Stader ...upresident Vice-President .....Treasurer .,..Seeretary Jane Myers Margaret Nixon Martha Gaertner Lena Harshbarger Vxrgunla Gervvun Dorothea Banrd IN CAMPUS AFFAIRS John Wickter STUDENT- UNCII. 1935-36 The Student Council is the governing body of the University. Working this year to raise the status of the Student Council and to improve the general attitude on the campus, the council had a varied and successful year. The group looks back on Freshman Week with its attendant instructions that U helped to start the newcomer out right on the road to learning. The regular Student Council dances were topped off by a lovely Christmas formal at the Trianon Ballroom. l-ligh School Week which promises to be a growing thing , as the years go forward was planned with the cooperation of the council. The building up of the library in the Student Union building can also be attributed to the council. Various other activities, including the welcoming of the new coach, helped climax a very successful year. Realizing the necessity of getting at some of the deeper things which make for real campus life, the council delved into some of the inner problems of the University after doing its best with lounges and other minor details. It conducted a survey on activities points in the hope that a uniform system of awards might be established at the University. They worked with sub-committees on budgets so that the extra curricular activities would not defeat their own purpose. Council also conducted an investigation of its powers and duties with the view of obtaining a more definite placement of responsibility in the future. It conferred with other schools to draw up a comparison of the governing bodies. Two delegates were sent to the National Student Federation conference. The bus rate com- mittee followed up the work of the previous years and succeeded in continuing the special rate for students. The foresight of the governing body gave birth to the making of a scrap book for all the activities of the council. The council members were in constant touch with the student body through the Collegian. Serious penalties were inflicted for smoking in the corridors and other misdemeanors in the University. Mass meetings and bon fires were sponsored to increase student enthusiasm before football games. ln all ways, the council attempted to cooperate with the student body. CFFICERS PRESIDENT ....., ...A....,,. . .. ....,. I . .Jolwn Wickter SECRETARY .... .. .. M iriam Lorenz SENIQR REPRESENTATIVES SQPI-IQMQRE REPRESENTATIVES Miriam Lorenz I-lelen Folger Wilbur Lewis Melvin Potts JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES FRESI-IMAN REPRESENTATIVES Leona Jacobs Alice Featherstone James Kressler George Scliaiberger REPRESENTATIVES-AI-LARGE Eleanor I-Iorn Robert Bielwl Edwin Klag I-Ial Jennings CROW QD Folger, Kressler, Schaiberger, Bielnl, Klag, Potts, I-lorn. CROW U Lewis, Lorenz, Wickter, Jacobs. CHIPS FRCDM TI-IE QLD BLCDCK For more than ten years the Blockhouse has brought to the student body a pictorial presentation ol each yearis activities. Each edition ol the annual has been an album ol reminiscence, a treasure store of lile's most valued memories. The stati members expect no revvard tor their ettorts other than the lcindly thought that their vvorl4 has not gone for naught, but vvill lceep alive the cher- CarltonW Friclc Charles El-lannelcen ished thoughts of thcse Who have attended the University. This year the members ol the stati vvorl4ed against many obstacles in a sincere ehfort to bring a superior boolc to the students. Carlton W. l:ricl4, editor-in-chief and Charles E. l-lanne- lcen, business manager, directed the policies ot the yearboolc with the able help oil-lerbert Dragepassistanteditor and Former head ol the campus di- vision. Again this year, prof. lvan F. Zarobsl4y vvas instrumental in leading the statl through their many dilticulties. 'l-he inevitable reverses that came to the statl and the ultimate successes vvere shared untlinchingly by their adviser, the HCzar.H Last yearis Bloclchouse received a second class honor rating in the lvan F Zarobgky Kressler, Dull, Frick, Kegg l:llt22V1tl1!AXUI'iUdl CFltlCdl S2I'VlC2 COD- ducted by the National Scholastic Press Association held at the University ot Minnesota, in November, 1935. The nevvest addition to the long list of outstanding University annuals, published in the past, presents a decided departure from the conventional style lound in other bool4s. The ideas presented are in a more modern vein, a vievv section has been introduced for the First time, the opening sections are more elaborate and, last but far from least, the cover and nevv large size lend added distinction to the bool4. The long hours of vvorl4 put into the malcing ot the annual have not been in vain. A WCDRD ABGUT CDURSELVES EDITOR-IN-Cl-llEF ..... Assistant Editor .... Business Manager .......... Assistant Business Manager .... Faculty Adviser ........... Circulation Manager . . StaFi Rhotographers .... Co-Campus Editors ..,.. . ...CARLTON W. FRICK .......l-lerbert Drager . . . .Charles E. l'lannel4en . t . . .Leonard Bishop ... lvan F. Zarobsl4y ...Edvvin Michalalc ...Theodore Allen Charles A. Byers . . . . . .Ruth W. Friclc Betty D. l-lavvleins Assistant ..... ..........,.................,..,.....................,... B etty Marsh Clubs ............ Helen Conn, Edgar J. l-lavvlcins, Eleanor l-lorn, Ester Jaclcsy, Josephine Butler l-lonoraries, .,.....,................................... l-larriet Chapman, Marjorie Devlin Fraternities ..... . . . . . . . . ..................... Ethel Dull, Robert Kegg, James Kressler Sororities .... .... K athrine Gross, Mary Alice Miller, Mary Vogel University Editor. .. Faculty ..... . Classes .,., .................................EmilieMcCormaclc ....Elgin Broolcs, Ruth Lamson, Dorothy Long Ted Meier, Louise Retzlce, Dorothy Wada, Rae Wilbur Athletics Editor ..... ....................................,........ N orman Jennings Assistants ......... .... Cu eorge Bleclcner, Norman Dixon, Joe Linver, William Rosenberg lntramurals ...,...... .....,.,......,,..,...,.....,,....,. ,,... E d ward Golding Women's Athletics ..... ......,,....................,......... ...... W i nifred Pirie Assistants ........... ... Anna Kern, Doris Seeger, Alice Williams Art Editor ......... ,...,,.,..,....,....,.,... V irginia Beroset Panel ........... Art Make-up ..... Copy Reader, . . Secretaries ..... CROW 35 E. l-lawlcins, Bleckner, Avis, Kern, B. l-lavvlcins, Dull, Devlin, Mars, Perry, Horn, Conn, Broolcs. Ulmer, CRovv QD Sussman, Bishop, Prof. Zarobslcy, Friclc, l-lannelcen, Drager, Beroset, CROW lj Jennings, Kressler, Singal, Kegg, Golding, Gremling. l-lavvlcins, Beroset, Pirie Conn. 89 .. . . . Eleanor Bennet, Ester Avis, Dorothy Perry . Franlcl'urner,SamSingal . . . .Cortland Jaeger, Ted Ulmer, Florence Fetzer ............ .. lsabel Fye, Marjorie Sussman l EARS TCD Tl-IE KEV- QRow 35 Schramm, Robinson, Linver, Jennings, Bremer, Marenberg, Zucker, Vischer, Bleclcner, Ulmer, Wasserman, Jaeger, Schneider. CRow QD Loxley, Featherstone, Butler, Ebert, I-leyn, I-lesson, Long, Devlin, Dull, Chapman, Wilbur, l-lorn, Johnstone. CRow 'ID McCormack, Rothman, Retzke, Dorman, Cirigsby, Ciavaris, Rosenberg, JOI-IN N GRIGSBY ...,. Nita Cuavaris ..,..... Louise RetzI4e ...,... William Rosenberg .., Seymour Rothman ,.. Emille McCormacl4 .,.,,......,,.., William E. I-lall, Dono Rex Bremer . Ethel Dull .,... I-larriet Chapman Beverly Sue l-lesson Betty Marsh .s... Eugene Wasserman Betty I-leyn .... l-lerbert Dorman I-Iarold Vischerm Edward Rrono ,...., George Schaiberger Marjorie Ebert ..... Iacl4 Striggow ...., Eleanor Tarshis Eleanor l"lorn I-lerbert Drager Dorothy Long Ellsworth l'lilliard Rhilip Robinson Margery Devlin Edward Schneider Ted Ulmer EDITORIAL STAFF Vdfi I: EITTCIW Y.,..,.......,.. .. ASSISTANT EDITQRS ,HEDITOR-IN-Cl-IIEF , , . .Managing ......New5 . , . . .Associate .,,....Sports .,...Mal4e-up Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor .,,..,...Advisers Assistant Managing ...Assistant News ....,.....SOCiety . .Assistant Society .,.. .Exchange ...Assistant Sports ,.,Women's Sports Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor BUSINESS STAFF ..,..,.....BusinessManager .,.,.Assistant Business Manager .,..........Circulation Manager ..,.Assistant Circulation Manager ..,........,..,..,,.Librarian .,.....,AdvertisingManager REPCDRTERS Virginia Loxley Rae Wilbur Alice Featherstone Ralph Fall Bernard Schramm Carlton Zuclcer Carolin Ford I-lerbert Golden Annabelle Dusing Cortland Jaeger Josephine Butler Emma Johnson Allen Robinson Norm Jennings Leonard Marenberg Joe Linver Lloyd Holloway I-ICDLE EYES TCD TI-lE Under tlrie leaderslwip ol Jolin N. Grigsby, editor-in-clwiel, Nita Gavaris, managing editor, and l'lerbert Dorman, business manager, tlwe Campus Collegian continued to give tl'ie student body an accurate account of campus nevvs in its editions distributed in tlie mail- boxes eaclw Friday morning. Despite time decided lwandicap of a reduced budget, tvventy-eiglwt issues vvere publislied during tlwe year. A special six-page issue vvas printed For tlwe visitors attending time annual High Sclnool Day. ln an etlort to maintain tlwe title ol HQliio's Best College Weeldy Nevvspaperu, awarded lor tlwe tlwird time in Five years last spring, tlie nevvspaperys management caslwed in on tl'ie variety ol talents displayed by members oi tlie editorial stail. William Rosenberg, associate editor, served in lwis capacity by vvriting most of tlie lweadlines For tlie paper. Seymour Rotliman, sports editor, provided lwumor vvitli lwis numerous Feature stories. Mary plwilipps, nevvs editor For tlwe First semester, resigned lwer position under pressure ol sclwolastic vvorlc, and lier position vvas capably Filled by l.ouise l2etzl4e. Qtliers vvlio contributed to tlie success ol tlwe Collegian vvere Rex Bremer, Etlwel Dull, l-larriet Clwapman, Margery Devlin, Marjorie Ebert, Carlton Zuclcer, Eugene Wasserman, Betty Marslw, Betty l-leyn, and led Ulmer. The Collegian pursued time policy ol printing almost exclusively nevvs from time University ol Toledo campus. John Grigsby Editor Herbert Dorman Business Manager lhe Dramatic Association, an organization under the direction ol l.. D. Barnhart, has as its purpose the study and production ol amateur student theatricals. -lhis year the group presented Hyoung Woodley," "Arms and the Man" by George Bernard Shaw, and HBird in l-land" by John Drinl4water in the l'lenry J. Doerman lheatre. The casts lor the plays were chosen at scheduled tryouts under the direction ol Mr. Barnhart and Jessie Dowd Statlord, the laculty adviser. Any lull-time student was eligible D R A M A T I C . to try out lor a part in the otlering or in the produc- tion statl, even though he may not be a member ol A S S 0 C l A -l, l Q N the organization. Membership in the dramatic group can be gained by active participation in at least one play through one or more ol the departments. Application lor enrollment in the Dramatic Association is made to lvlary l-lelen Ralmer, secretary-treasurer ol the organization, stating in which department the applicant is most interested and listing any previous experience. Acting, production and business groups lorm the three major departments with the Dramatic Association. The acting department ol course, provides the actors, ham and otherwise. Annabelle Dusing, vice-president, has charge ol the production department, which con- sists ol stage managing, sets, costumes, properties and a variety ol other details which enter into the actual production ol the play. The business department, headed by the treasurer, supervises ticl4et sales, publicity and numerous other details. CRow 35 l-leinle, E. Hawkins, Ulmer, Earley, Gremling, Gould, Pacyna, Brasslott, Gorny, Nightingale. CROW QD Robinson, Singal, Dowd, Kern, Hartman, D. Bolton, R. Bolton, Pletlerle, Brinberg, Fall, Blanlc, Mc- Cormack. QROW 'lj Peper, M. Bishop, Staiger, Spooner, Dusing, L. John- stone. Setting For H Arms and the Man H DIQAIVIATIC ASSOCIATIQN QFFICERS president ........,...,....., ...............Q,,...4 Vice-president ..., Secretary-Treasurer. Business Manager .,,A publicity Manager ..,, Faculty Adviser .... ..........,lolin M. Spooner ....Annaoelle Dusing . . . . .Mary I-lelen Palmer ......,....Max Bisliop ...,.,Edgar Jolnn I-lawleins , . . . .Jessie Dowd Stafford FOR TI-IE PIQQDUCIIQN Director ......i.............,.....t,...,...,..................... L. D. Barnliart Production Manager .... .... , . i.... Palplw Nooioer Art Director ......,.. ...,..,,...... .,,,. D e Milt Iiclcnor property Manager. . . ...... Craig Peper Scenic Designer.. ..... Sam Singal Electrician ..........,....... ...,... I ed Byrum V A R D S T l C K G N Pgonticiiom smrr LIPSTICK AND C A I2 I3 E N I I2 Y Ray Loelwrl4e pliilip I-lerrnann l'Iomer Niglitingale S I- A I3 S -I- I C K Ricliard Warnke Manny Idrasslorl PRQPERIIES PAINTING Elizabetli Qberdier M. Singal Dorotliy Bolin Betty Fall Rutli Bolton ELECTRICIAN MAKE-UP CQSIUMES Carl Starlcs Lelali Johnstone Anna Kern CAST FDR "YOUNG WOGDLEYH Jane Staiger, Joseph Flynn, Philip Pacyna, Charles Halteman, Raymond l-lubbard, June Spaur, and lrving Gould. CAST FOR "ARMS AND Tl-IE MAN" Irving Gould, Mrs, Charlotte Barber, Max Bishop, Kenneth Konoplca, Annabelle Dus- ing, Margaret Huntley, Jaclc Merrill and Robert Fox. HVQUNG WQQDLEV"5The emotional conflict ol a young prelect in a boy's preparatory school in England, vvho tell in love with the young and attractive vvile ol his schoolmaster, vvas the vvell portrayed story of 'Voung Woodley," The story deals with the tallc and thought which prevails in a boyls school and the problems conlronting the young boy in his impressionable and character-lorming years. HARMS AND Tl-llf MAN"aA satirical comedy ol love and vvar, by George Bernard Shavv, was the second otlering ol the University Dramatic Association. ln this travesty, Shavv shows his contempt lor hero-vvorship in his character, Bluntschli, portrayed by lrving Gould. The alert audience, hovvever, met a surprise when Sergius, a young Bulgarian olticer, played by Max Bishop, turned out to be a hero. Every woman who is a lull-time student at the University is automatically a member ol the Women's Association. This year, one ol the many projects ol the association was the furnishing ol the Women's Lounge in the Student Union building. The annual tea honoring freshmen was given early in the year. lhis atlair helped to acquaint the new women with the other members, and to mal4e them leel that they were welcome. Besides the tea, the Womenls Association sponsored a brealclast party lor senior women during Senior Week. This was something quite new in larewell parties, and so successlul that it may become an annual event Calllvle Early, lVlother,darling, instead ol the traditional atlair. be Queen Ol the May' lflecting the new lVlay Queen was an exciting occasion. lts impressiveness was preceded only by the crowning ol the chosen Queen. Representatives of all the sororities on the campus were included in the group ol attend- ants and made up a Colorlul court. The new Queen was crowned by the retiring Queen. The new lVlay Queen automatically becomes president ol the Women,s Association and the organization operates under committees appointed by her. WGlvlEN'S- ASSCDCIATIQN lor l'm to Bolin, Gross, Williamson, Conn. CROW QD Klag Ulmer Bishop. CROW 'ID Moore, Lynn, Dr. Crians. The Debating Association is one ol the most active and successful inter-collegiate organ- izations on the campus, The varsity debating team has been Qhio Conference champions consecutively For the last lour years. The debates themselves have been ones which are interesting due to timely subject matter and slqilllul debating technique. Such topics as, Resolved: That Congress by a two-thirds majority vote shall have the power to override a decision of the Supreme Court declaring an act ol Congress D E B A -l- l N G ' unconstitutional, and other topics concerning muni- tions and public utilities were of such a timely A S S Q C l A -l- l G N nature a group ol debators were aslced to appear belore professional men and women organizations in this city. The Manchester Squad, a group com- posed ol both Qhio Conference men and others slcilled in the art ol debate, attend a tournament each year at North Manchester, lndiana, where debates are held with many other schools, such as Notre Dame, Purdue, and lndiana, The University was quite suc- cessful this year in these contests, the group attending from the University winning a majority ol the debates. New contacts lor some, and old opponents lor others made the contest a jolly ahfair. Participation in debates is open to both men and women students. Tryouts are announced in the lall on the bulletin boards and in the Collegian. The debate room is Q16 and inter- ested students should report there or to Dr. Qrians, adviser. CROW QD l-lorton, Baskerville, Members ol tlwe debating association participated in more tlian eiglity intercollegiate contests tlwis year including lour tournaments. llsie Qliio Conference season included dual debates vvitlw Kent State University, Wittenburg University and Qtterbein College. All Qliio Conference debates vvere non-decision. University ol loledo debaters vvon seven ol tlieir ten debates at tlie annual Mancliester tour- nament lweld at Mancliester College, Manclwester, lndiana, and tool4 lirst place at tlwe annual novice tournament at l"liram College, l-liram, Qlwio. ql- l'l E V E A lb 0 A team ol Edvvin Klag and led Ulmer and anotlier A N D C G N composed of Max Bisliop and George l.ynn vvon First place at tlwe combined Nortlweast Conlerence and pi Kappa Delta province tournament lor tl'ie best tvvo team record, winning ten of tlieir lourteen debates. llie season closed vvitli tlwe eleventlw bi-annual pi Kappa Delta tournament, lield at l-louston, lexas. Qne liundred and Fifty sclwools vvere represented at tlwe national tournament. llie University ranlced in tlie upper lilteen per cent by vvinning lour ol tlweir six debates. lfdvvin Klag, 'led Ulmer, George l.ynn, and Max Bislwop represented tlwe University, Davisson, Newman. CROW 'ID Watson, Perry, Pacyna, Palm. The Band gave its first performance at the Bladeis annual football clinic. The group also played for all of the football games at SWayne field. The high-light of the football season Was a trip to Cleveland With the team. The Heidelberg band Was the only aggregation for Whom the U. of T. organization Was host. SCDMETI-IING TQ BLCDW fXl3QUT-- John Kappel, dressed as an lndian, tWirled a lighted baton at the hlaslcell-lndian game. Larry Loftus, diminutive drum major, tWirled tWo batons this year in imitation of Kappel. The lights that the band Wore during the later football games Were gifts of the phi Kappa Chi fraternity. The band also did its part and gave a University "levy" parade, in November. During the baslcetball season, the band played for the major games With Harvard, Michigan, l-leidelberg, and Cincinnati. -fhey also traveled With the team to Bowling Green, and played host to the Bee Gee band at a later date. The activities for the year Were concluded With an exhibition on l-ligh School Day. OFFICERS Qtis Ballard .... .............. ........ D i rector Walter Lezius. .. John Kappel. .. Larry Loftus.. . . Bob Wight .... Earl Baxter .... Marie Cochran. .. ...faculty Adviser ....Drum Major .. . . .Mascot .......l3resident ......Vice-president . . . .Secretary-Treasurer CROW 35 E. Baxter, Myer, Forney, Baker, H. Nightingale, Robinson, Peugeot, Ed Baxter. CROW QD Earley, Stang, Bender, f-iarris, Lindsay, Fox, Brandenburger, Bau- man, Simons, Weaver. CROW 'ID Kuder, Wileman, Carter, Wight, Cochran, Mr. Lezius, F. Nightin- gale, Dragon, Giese, Van Sickle, Grasser. CROW 3D Ricard, Stevens, Moore, Gremling. Cllow QD Grasser, Metz, Loxley, Miller, Shepard, Wile- man. Cllow 'ID Nightingale, Totetl, Cordell, Meclcley, Miss Fitz- gibbons. Good music is an asset to a University and we were fortunate in having a line orchestra directed by Miss Charlotte Ruegger this year. Miss Ruegger used her own extensive musical training to bring out the best musicianship in the orchestra members. The orchestra played twice over WSPD tor the University ol loledo programs. lhe music played between acts lor the dramatic production, Hlhe Arms and the Mann, cannot be forgotten, The orchestra also helped to mal4e some of the Convocation periods more interesting. The purchasing of many new sheets ol music, this semester, shows that the orchestra had to lill many an hour with hard practice. During the last lew months of school, the orchestra practiced with the Glee Club tor the production, Hpirates of penzancefl Many evening rehearsals were required, but the members ot the orchestra were very Faithful in regard to them. Several members ol the orchestra played an impor- tant part in the May Day activities. lhey very capably lurnished much ol the music lor the dances, this, too, requiring much practice. lhe new music purchased D D I' I N G W H I I' E T H E was used tor this occasion. lhe orchestra is doing its part to further the cause ol good music in the A I C E R N S . University by its participation in various school atlairs. And good music can come only lrom good musicians. The ollicers ol the club were: Ruth Cordell, president, Pauline Meclcley, secretary, Florence Shephard and Lillian Miller, librarians, Lawrence Rothert, and Walter Riclcard, property managers, and Julia Metz, publicity manager. OO THESE VCDDELLEI52 The University Chorus was responsible For many interesting musical programs this year. Besides their WSPD radio program on Easter Night, the Chorus together vvith the University Dramatic Association, presented the Gilbert and Sullivan light opera, Hpirates of Penzancef' on March 7 and 8. Qther entertainments during the Monday morning convocation hour and programs for school organizations were given from time to time. Jack Merrill and Betty Fall vvere soloists on the Easter Sunday program. Leading roles in the opera were talcen by J. Norman Staiger, Mr. Merrill, Robert Shavvaker, Robert Perry, June Spaur, Jeannette Gris- singer, Lois l-lotz, l-lelen Cosgray and Roger White. 0 F F l C E R S Qiiicers oi the Chorus are Mr. Shavvaker, president, Miss l-lotz, vice- president, Helen Folger, secretary, Robert Nooney, business manager, Mr. Perry, librarian and Rae Wilbur, publicity. milktw Nooney, Wilbur, Perry, l-lotz, Shavvalcer, Folger. GETTING Tl-IE PITCI-l J. l-larold l-larder is cliorus director and Rroiessor George E. Evans is tlwe adviser. no A Meetings are lield eaclw Monday and Wednesday afternoon in tlwe l'lenry J. Doermann Tlieater. M E M B E R S Members of tlie group in addition to oilicers and cast members are Betty Fall, Edwin Gettius, Leona Jacobs, Rutlw Lamson, Mary Mandler, Selma Newman, Walter Riclcard, Minnie Singal, Eloise Welty, Robert Austin, Norman Baker, Natlwan Greenberg, George l-leiser, Seymour Newman, Virginia McClusl4y, Roland Rerry, Jacl4 Ransome, Jol'in Slwriver, June Spaur, Elizabetli Vogel, Edward Wells, Carey Lindsay, Virginia Gerwin, Lorene Waldvogel, Edward Sliunlc Sylvan Feder and Riclward Wiese. CROW 45 Robert Perry, Shriver, Roland Perry, Spicer, Balcer, Ric- ard, Gettins, Lindsay. CROW 3D Newman, Spaur, Brinberg, Griss- inger, Mandler, Jacobs, Singal. CROW QD Lamson, l-lotz, Sliawalcer, l-larold l-larcler, Wilbur, Mc- Cluslcy. CROW 'll Blue, Ransom, Oliver, Merrill, Greenberg, Stevens, Meyer, l-leiser. ARX O2 CROW QD Palm, Klag, Golding, CROW 'lj Jennings, Ames, Biehl, Rapparlie, Rex. Membership in the flxrx, menis honorary organization, is limited to thirteen men in the senior college. its purpose is to give special recognition to those junior and senior men Who have been outstanding scholastically and in other activities during their college careers. lo be eligible lor membership a 'l.5 grade average and participation in at least tWo extra! curricular activities connected With the University is required. its second aim is to provide cooperation and to encourage constructive projects For the betterment of the University. lnlormal social gatherings are held by this group every other Sunday When they discuss local atiairs and University projects. The group is headed by Robert Biehl, president, and John Rapparlie, secretary-treasurer. Assistant professor EdWard Q Ames is the adviser. PEPPERS CROW QD l-lammontree, Williams, Seeger, l'V'lclVlal1on,l.orenz, l-lorn, Dusing. CROW 1DDovvd, Conn, Gavaris, Eovvler, Mueller, Klopfenstein Qnly representative vvomen, time leaders on tlwe campus vvl'io are prominent botli in activities and scliolastically are given bids to tlwe Peppers, vvomen's lionorary organization. fx T5 grade average and participation in at least tvvo extra curricular activities are necessary lor eligibility to memberslwip. lime purpose ol tbe organization is to loster lwigli sclwolastic standing and participation in activities among tlwe vvomen ol time University. Meetings are lield once every montlw in tlie liomes ol tlie members. line programs ol tliese meetings are usually social, line outstanding events ol tlie year included a Clwristmas party and a tea lor alumni members, Nita Gavaris, president, Betty Jane Eovvler, secretary, and l'lelen Conn, treasurer, are tlie ollicers ol the lwonorary group. Dean Katlwerine Easley is time adviser. 'IO O4 A I. D I-I A P H I G A M M A FOUNDED: December W, 1919 CQLQRS: Black and White CROW 32 Dixon, Jennings, Lipp, Striggovv. CROW QD Frick, I-lesson, I-leyn, Long, Chapman, Petzke, Horn, Drager. QPovv 'ID Dull, Devlin, Phillipps, Grigsby, Gavaris, McCormack. John Grigsby ..... Emilie McCormack .... Mary Phillipps ..., Nita Gavaris ..... Peter Slcalkos .... Donovan Emch ,... Richard Qvermeyer. . , OFFICERS ....,.president .,.....Vice-president Second Vice-president . . , .Secretary-Treasurer r.....m...BaiIiH . . .Adviser A . .Adviser Approximately tvventy-five persons at the University are affiliated with the Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalistic fraternity. The purpose of this co- educational organization is to recognize individual ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in colleges and universities. The membership of the group is open only to out- standing journalism students, vvho have served at least one year on the editorial staHs of either the Campus Collegian, vveelcly student publication at the University, or the Blockhouse. The insignia of the fraternity is a badge lcey, rectangular in shape, vvith three Greelt lettersi Alpha, phi, Gammazrunning diagonally from top to bottom. There are three stars in the upper right-hand corner and an inlc bottle in the lovver left corner. Appropriately chosen,blaclc and vvhite are the group colors. The national publication is entitled Hlhe Blaclc and White." Alpha phi Gamma was founded at Qhio Northern University on December Tl, 1979, ln T993 the organization became national. At present, there are about tvventy chapters throughout the country. Among the interesting events sponsored by the local group is the awarding of the Toledo Blade trophy to the best judged high school newspaper, on l-ligh School Day at the Uni- versity. March 6, was the l-ligh School Day this year. Thousands of the seniors from Toledo and vicinity attended the University's open-house. Regular monthly meetings are held in the homes of members or in the Student Union Building. Prominent nevvspapermen and vvomen in the city spealc at the various meetings. Une eve- ning is set aside annually for high school journalists to attend. lvl E M B E R S Harriet Chapman Louise Retzlce Charles l-lannel4en Margery Devlin Carlton Friclt Norman Jennings Beverly Sue l-lesson Norman Dixon Ellsvvorth l"lilliard Betty Marsh Eleanor l-lorn l'lerbert Dorman f'lerbert Drager fred Lipp Ethel Dull Betty l'leyn Dorothy Long William Rosenberg 'IO .-N lil! . I IAA "I I sr ai: 1 lin -an Al . Al 1? 4 fd " 4'?':i O6 KAPPA PSI FOUNDED: University of Virginia Medical College, Qctober 25, 1879 FLOWER: Red Carnation COLQRS: Scarlet and Gray CROW 3D Moralslci, Getz, Benlwam, O'l-'learn, Simonet. QRovv QD Reichardt, l-lasselbart, Bylcovvslcy, Frautschi, Hood, Winzler. CRovv 'ID Kahler, Dr. Bowman, Prof. MCK. Reed, Dr. Kreider, Prof. Oddy. Robert l-lood .... William Benlwam ..... Bernard Mittendori. . . Charles Winzeler ,.... Dr. l-l. l-l. Nl. Bovvman.. Rrolessor William Mclf. R Z6 QFFICERS . . . . .Regent Vice-Regent . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . .Adviser . . . .Adviser The Kappa Psi fraternity at the University is the Beta Lambda chapter oi an international pharmaceutical fraternity, which is strictly limited to recognized schools oi pharmacy. The chapter is one of the Fifty-one collegiate chapters in North America and is governed by a grand council. The group purpose is to conduct a mutual Fraternal organization, to unite in Fellovvship persons oi good character and sound mental health, to iurtherthe advantages oi its members intellectually, morally and socially, to create a feeling of responsibility oi the potential pharmacists to the public and to the medical profession and to foster pharmaceutical research and high scholarship. At the beginning oi the year the group visited the Eli Lily laboratory in indianapolis. Later the annual trip was made to the Parke-Davis laboratory in Detroit. Un these occasions lectures related to the subject were given. . Tallcs and papers on pharmaceutical subjects vvere presented at various times during the year by members of the organization. The Beta Lambda chapter vvas installed at the University in TQQS. The members novv have a fraternity house on Eernvvood Avenue, A national publication entitled Hlhe lVlasl4'i is printed every year. Contributions from all the Kappa psi chapters are included and it is quite a complete and interesting pharmaceutical revievv oi the year, MEMBERS William Benham Andrew Bylcowsla Arthur Erautschi Edward Getz Clair l"lesselbart Robert l-lood Bernard lVlittendori Leo Morawsld FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. l-l. I-i. M. Bovvman Dr. l-l. G. Qddy Dr, l-l. J. Kreider Proi. Wm. lVlcK. Reed Mr. Lyle Kahler PLEDGES Eugene Kimmel John Gil-learn Alphonso Simonet l-larry Whitacre 10 OB IHYEIT I Karas: .I Eg- at 6" 3 fi 7 ii ff PI KAPPA DELTA CROW QD Bishop, Orians, Ulmer. CROW 'lj Scharly, Klag, Mather, Pacyna. Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic fraternity with the purpose ol lurthering better debating technique among the members. A convention is held annually at vvhich time debating and oratorical contests are carried on. These conventions are held in different localities, the one this year being held at Dallas, Texas. Membership in this organization is limited to those vvho comply with the national rules vvith regard to the number ol debates participated in and the time spent in actual participation other than debate. The organization at the University is an active one socially and has held social functions in the homes ol its members and also at various clubs in the city. The annual initiation each year is an event of importance to both old mem- bers and initiates. The initiation held last year at l-liedelberg vvas an im- pressive ceremony. Members must continue their participation actively once they are admitted to this lraternity until they leave school. The present otlicers include: Edvvin Klag, president, philip pacyna, vice- president, Miss Aubry Mather, secretary, Ted Ulmer, treasurer. lvl U P l E P S l l. Q N imsiftttiinz rtrsiauf-Wy, 1936 CROW 3D Prof. Dancer, Prof. Lemme, Whelan, Winslow, Boyk, Prof. Weaver, Prof. Brandeberry, Kirlc, Prof, Winslow. CROW QD Cutler, Rapp, Fishler, Cramer, Miss Welker, Miss Tobin. CROW 'lj Epstein, Georgeoff, Stollberg, Wetzel, Sisco, Keclc, Reynolds. pi Mu Epsilon is an lwonorary academic fraternity vvlwose purpose is tlie pro- motion of matliematical scliolarsliip among tlie students in institutions of university grade. It aims to do tl'iis by electing members on a merit basis according to tlieir scliolastic attainments, especially in matliematics, and by engaging in activities designed to promote tfie scliolarly development of its members. A selected group of members of Delta X petitioned last fall for a clwapter of pi Mu Epsilon at tlie University of Toledo. By a vote of tlie forty existing clwapters of tfie fraternity tlie petition Was granted, and tlie local cliaptera Gamma of Qfiio-Was formally installed February 7tli, 1936, Professor J. l-l. Weaver of Qlwio State University officiating. At tl'iis meeting tl'ie following officers of tlie clwapter Were elected: prof, Wayne Dancer, Director, Robert Stollberg, Vice-Director or president, Blanclie fislwler, Secretary, and Kevin Wfielan, Treasurer. f i f fa 1 .fa "a i iii 'I A 1? X? lf 10 O K A P P A P I-I I S I G M A rouisintniim Ftovvtmeaiaase cotoiesmeadna white QPow QD Wade, Fink, Friauf, Schwind, Jennings, Marsh, Gintzel, M. Smith, Gorny. CROW 'lj Beebe, Prof. Condrin, Mariea Dr. Bowman, Potter. Q I7 I: I C If I? S Donald Mariea. . . ..,.........., ....,.. P resident James Friauf .... ...Vice-President MerIe Smith .... ...... S ecretary I-IaI Jennings .... ,,.,,,,. I reasurer PauI Gintzel .... ...Sargearit-at-Arms Among the interesting honorary groups is Kappa Phi Sigma, premedicaI fraternity at the University. Dr. I-I. I-I. M. Bowman and Prof. John M. Condrin are the advisers of the group, which sponsors many Iectures by noted physicians and speakers. This year the speakers included Dr, Paul Gintzel, Dr. Arthur P. James, Dr. Lewis Smead, Dr. M. B. Jacobson, Dr. Robert MeffIey and Miss Frances Upham. At various other meetings, picture fiIms were shown which were secured through pharmaceuticaI companies and were on subjects directIy reIated to the pre-medics, The annuaI Christmas party was heId during the hoIiday season in the Chi Beta Chi-AIpha Phi Qmega fraternity house on I:ranIcIin Avenue. This year, the group concludes its fourth year of existence. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote brotherhood, honor and schoIarship among its affiliates. PI GAM MA MU FOUNDED: 1994 BETA OI-IIO Cl-IAPTER NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE I-IONOR SOCIETY Meeting lortnightly at home ol Rrolessor and Mrs. Bushnell . I g as A PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER ADVISER Calvin Lieberman Jesse Smith Kelly Zeman Merle Renz C. J. Bushnell Program Subjects lor T935-1936: PROBLEMS OF Tl-IE NEW DAY SPEAKERS: philip C. Nash, Leroy Clements, F. M. Dannenlelser, F. E. Nurse, J. E. E. Weida, F. E. Rade- baugh, E. M. l-luclcins, J. A. Yager, R. E. Eustace, L. N. Murlin, C. W. Racine, Edward Lamb, Genevieve Griffin, Rita O'Grady, R. W. Stansbury, Stella Rosenbaum, E. A. Rowsey. Laura Adams Florence Alpert Elizabeth Aufderheide Charlotte Barber R. C. Balcer Bertha Beachler Myrtle Bell Mable Bourquin Maude Brown C. J. Bushnell Olga L. Bushnell Mary Colleary Grace Cronk Ruthjayne Essinger Rosemary Featherstone Mary Fischer Lorain Fortney Esther Haag Elizabeth Hageman ACTIVE MEMBERS Lester l-laring A. G. Hartman William l-lyde Donald Jardine John Kerschner Susan Knight Lloyd Lapp Gertrude LeCuron Calvin Lieberman l-lenry Linclce Blanche Luther Margaret May Edith Militzer Louise Moss Corra Muhme Florence Muhme Annette Northrup l-larrison Orians Mildred Rainchaud N- I3 Ella Reed Q , Merle Renz B I Mary Roach A :R Augusta Schmeltz :Ill MII Sadie Shiple -ll M, Betty Slow 'M Jesse Smith Gertrude Stern , lrene Sturn I Florence Sweet ll, ,I Louise Tippett Katherine Tobin Irene Trautwein zi' Lawrence Vander Z' Laura Wagar Eileen Wenaaff Kelly Zeman 'illlm' '-.-- - ll ll iii ' .H .'. Dllllll lu mu f? 5 l 1 l I? WI .f 1' fi "' i' fi nf?" Q I Q CROW 3D Naftalin, Wilson, Bova, NeWman, Burd, l-lesson, Krep- leever, Gonia, L. Eichman. CROW QD Snider, Williamson, Burman, Spaulding, l-lansen, R. Eichman, CROW 'ID Gaertner, J. Seiss, Web- ster, Gilson, M. Seiss, Williams, Miller. ELLEN l-I. RICHARDS CLUB THE WAV T0 A lviAN'S HEART O l: l: l C E R S Grace Spaulding. .. ....,....,..... ...,,... R resident Elizabeth l-lansen ..,. ...Vice-President Lois Burman ...... ..... S ecretary Dorothy Adams .... .... T reasurer Ruth Eichman ....... . . .Reporter Mrs. May Blanchard. .. ...Adviser Miss Lena Folger ...., .. ... . ... ... ... ...Adviser The Ellen Richards Club is lor students in the l-lome Economics Department and others interested in the subject. TWO meetings are held each month, one, a business meeting, and the other a dinner meeting. The club has completed an active social calendar. Not only Were the traditional goblins entertained at a l-lalloWeen party, but the lirst snoW fall Was celebrated With an old- lashioned sleigh ride. Songs Were sung and a good time Was had by all, Then there Was the novel White Elephant Bridge Which attracted many persons and proved to be most entertaining. At Christmas time the club made and sold fruit calces as usual. Candy and popcorn Were sold at intervals during the rest ol the year. The club again had as their guest the l-lome Economic Regional Convention of North- Western Qhio, March 'l4, 'l936. This meeting preceeded the State Convention. Delegates from all high schools and colleges in the district Were present. Dr. Carter Welcomed the group and gave the opening address. Included on the program Was a tallc by Miss Edna B. RoWe on "Child Developmentn. A musical program Was provided by Miss Charlotte Ruegger. Alter lunch the visitors Were taken on a tour through the University and the Museum ol Art. -lhe days program Was concluded With a tea. ELEMENTARY EDUCA-llQN ASSCDCIATICDN THEVLE MAKE THE GRADES Q F F l C E R S Dorothy Willis .... ..........,,.. ,4.... R r esident Ruby Keelauver. . . ...Vice-Rresident Bernice Rollocl4 ....,. ..... S ecretary Lorraine Mccloy ..... ,.., T reasurer Dr. Blanche E. Weekes ..., .. .Adviser Future grade school teachers, belonging to the Elementary Education Association, gave many social functions this year, A roast at Side Cut Rarl4, honoring new members, started the school year out right. For l-lalloween a ghost party was given by the members. Even goblins and witches would have been scared, il they had been invited to the party. The advisers of the club were garbed in the weirdest of ghost costumes. Besides giving a Christmas party during the holidays, the club gave some Christmas cheer, in the Form of Christmas carols. Sunset l-lome, Toledo l-lospital, and University Halls were serenaded. Dean and Mrs. l-lenry opened their home lor the remainder of the evening to give the tired singers some nourishment. Not to be outdone by Dean and Mrs. l'lenry, Dr. Weekes loaned her apartment, one alter- noon, to the club. A lovely tea with a program was the result. Although only social functions have been mentioned, the Elementary Education Association is really a club For future professional women. Regular business meetings are held where the future school teachers discuss the child problems ol the day. ffttfdii -l. l.l II! I IPD ID - il ez . 1? 5 23'-S I I - 'Q -Wufiq ig ,auf QROW 3D Arft, Singal, Dusing, Retzlce, Barber, Manahan, Alpert, Wentz, Adams. CRow QD Richards, Streetman, Ludlow, Mersereau, Coleman, Goodall, Maier, Erskine, Gassaway, Brown. CROW 'ID Ham- ilton, Decoursey, KeeFauver,WiIlis, McCloy. 113 "5 .i'i. I I ii ii AD Ciiittfii il ii! If Q21 Qi I I i-v ws . N. 7 if ig!-" Z -fi UNIVERSITY "VHS IVIEIXI Q I: I: I C E R S John R. Weaver. . . ......,....... ..,......... R resident Ied IVIeier ....... ...... I: irst Vice-Rresident I.Ioyd I-IoIIoWay. . , ...Second Vice-Rresident Ciifford Siemens. . . ............ Secretary Wilfred Spicer. . . ......... -Ireasurer Ciarence Raim .... ...Sargeant-at-Arms I-IoWard White ....... .............. C hapiain Mr. William IVIerhab ...,.. . . , . ...... Acting Facuity Adviser A reorganization Was made in January. Seventy members of the maIe student body joined the group. A cabinet composed of three seniors, three juniors, four sophomores, four freshmen, and the officers Was seIected to direct the yearis activities. The aim of the University V is to promote various activities of the student body With respect to the continuance of ideaIs that are ethicai and Christian in scope. It's purpose has been to seeI4 out, train and maintain the Ieaderships Which Will project and sustain these ideaIs. The activities of this year inciuded a taII4 by the noted educator, Dr. Sherwood Eddy before the student body on the subject of Hihe Three Dictatorsn, a series of pot-IucIc dinners on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at the neW Y.IVI.C.A., Dr. Samuei I:ranIcIin and Reverend I-Ienry IVIcKensie have spoicen at these meetings. In addition, open forum discussions have been heId on various topics. Groups Went to hear Dr. I'oyohiI4o Kagawa at Ann Arbor. Attendance at this year's spring training conference at Bowling Green, a picnic, and another prominent speaicer conciuded the year's program. CRoW 4jJames, GarWood,Spooner, 'VI4 Kimberly, Dragon, Rath, Drafts, Rosie, Ehlinfeldt. CRoW 3D Saxton, Ransom, Jennings, Grigsby, Gold- ing, White, Palm, Root, Wickter, Bishop. CROW QD Bright, Merhab, Meier, Weaver, Siemens, Spicer, Esterly, Schmaicel. CROW U Carter, Peirce, Schoenfeldt, Shawaker, Schaiberger. CRoW 4D Johnson, Nickle, Fought, Farley, Cummerovv,Cordrey,Worf, Spearing, Stoddard, Keeler, Papp, Keck, MacRitche. CRoW 3D Epstein, Schall, Pocanins, l-liltner, Siemens, Kiser, Stollberg, Kripke, Lindsay, Bishop, Fuller, Starner. CROW QD Cosgrove, Welker, Pirie, Dancer, N. Johnson, Winslow, Brande- berry. CROW 'ID Miller, Rudick, Jablinski, Waedel, Avis, Mather, Eichman. l SINES, CQSINES AND MCDNKEYSI-IINES CD F F I C E R S Virginia Rapp ,.... .,. .., ... ,,.... President, First Semester Norman Johnson ... ,. President, Second Semester Rex Cosgrove ...,. ........... V ice-Rresident Winilred Ririe .......,.. . . .Secretary-Treasurer Professor Wayne Dancer ..,, ........,.. A dviser The pre-requisites lor active membership in Delta X are lull-time registration and enrollment in or completion ol a course in calculus. Besides the regular members there are several non-University students Who are associate members, Proving that a mathematical mind does not alWays run to Figures, a l-lard -limes party Was held at Close Rark in November. Nelson Farley also gave a talk on HlVlathematics in Gunneryu at this party. A Christmas party meeting With the distribution ol gilts put a holiday atmosphere in the mathematical minds of the members. At this party Norman Johnson spoke on uSecondary Preparation lor College Nlathematicsf' The members ol the group present interesting lectures and discussions at each meeting. It is seldom necessary lor them to go outside their own group lor speakers. Meetings are held once a month and talks lorm a main part of the program. All games and entertainment are ol a mathematical nature. Among the talks presented Were Hlrisection ol An Angleu by Clihford Siemens, HDuplica- tion ol the Cuben by Aubrey Mather, Uproperties ol the Cubeu by Maurice Kiser, and "Some Uses ol Math in Astronomy." The June meeting Was the annual picnic and ended the years activities. - vw ' 1 - I ii' Ill II1 I .':'.1.t I li ll 3 it 5 4' 2 Zi? i Ili QD l l - in gin.- 'l'l5 --f-. ll ll all l'n 1 ai' ai: 1 at ie ".4.o ,i 4 Til fi " Qffi i . : i 1: 11 'cram 6 CROW 41 Morrison, Pacanins, Brandt, Bagdonas, Early, Spooner, Muenger, Lehr, Papp. CROW 31 Johnson, Kinney, Farley, Carnes, Schall, Keck, Schroeder, Kegg, Bishop, Cummerow. CROW QD l-latker, Stump, Palmer, Peterson, Brandeberry, Rieman, Starner. CROW 'ij Serafin, Tracy, Watts, Kramp, Winslow, Walker, Langen- derfer, Neorr, Drulard. BGLTS AND NUTS TCD U. T. E. S. Q lf F l C lf R S Raymond Reterson .... .............,. .,...... R r esident Tom Kozalc ....... .... V ice-President Charles Schultz. .. ...... Secretary Louis Stump ........ ...Treasurer Dean Delos Ralmer .... .... A dviser Prof. lvan Zarobsky .... . .... Adviser Prof. John Brandeberry .... .... A dviser The Engineering Society Was organized lor the purpose of developing a closer bond of friendship among engineers and to increase the interest in engineering enterprises through the presentation ot technical tall4s by members. The bi-monthly meetings provide an opportunity For junior and senior engineers to discuss pertinent problems and developments in their Field. Slides and motion pictures comprised several programs. lnstead ol holding one ol its regular meetings in the engineer's lounge, room QO8, the society Went through the Ford Museum at Dearborn. The most important event of the year occurred March Q7, When the L,l.T.lf.S. became affiliated With the Engineering l-lonor Society, Sigma Rho Tau. The purpose of Sigma Rho Tau is to insure a better understanding betWeen engineers and the public through the development ol speech activities in the engineering colleges. The chapter ol Sigma Rho Tau in the University of Toledo, Was installed by professor Menelee, of the University ol Michigan and National Rresident of Sigma Rho Tau. Any member of the engineering college is eligible for some ranl4 ol membership in Sigma Rho Tau. CROW QD Pieper, Singal, Peper Weaver, Spicer, Robinson, John- stone, Long. CROW 'lj Pilliodf Mygatt, Bolin, Williams, Dale. SEE - SEE - EI. CENTRCD ESPANCDI. OFFICERS Dorothy Bolin .... ,,,.. P resident ,........,.Vice-President Alice Williams .... Virginia l-linds, . . A... Corresponding Secretary l.amora Mueller. . . . ..... Recording Secretary ....,,....-l-I'ZdSlJI'2I' .lOl'7l'l WCGVZI' ...... lVlrs. Rosario Eloripe. .. ...Adviser A babble ol Spanish with, of course, lapses into the English language is characteristic ol a Spanish club meeting. The organization Well accomplishes its purpose which is to promote interest in the language and activities ol Spanish spealcing people. At each ol the meetings an interesting spealter is invited who carries on his discussions entirely in the Spanish language. They meet the First Sunday ol every month in a members home. The business meeting is also carried on in Spanish. We Wonder what bridge is lilce played in Spanish The club gave a bridge party in March, but vve doubt whether Spanish was the only language spolcen, A Christmas party was held lor members ol the El Centro Espanol and their guests at the Qttavva Shelter house. Activities were concluded lor this group in May with the annual spring banquet. - a- - 1 , I' 9 33 if I , . I - .4 V , +1 X? 5 fd Q: l I .1 ,Ev I Y Nw Z-iii? Yi' CROW 35 Pirie, Spaur, S. Singal, Mason, Reper, Seeger, Kreider. CROW QD Hammontree, AtWater, F R if N C i-I C L U B MAY WE BE FRENCH? ivmis ouis? "Comment allez-vous? .le vais tres bien, merci. Et vousf?H-lt's a meeting ol Le Cenacle Francais, trying to accomplish its purpose oi increasing the students, interest in the French language, life, customs, traditions and history. "Avez-vous plaisir?" Certainly, all the members do. The principal social event of the year Was the lormal Christmas dinner held December Q7 in the Toledo Woman's club. Unique menus Written entirely in French Were placed on the beautifully decorated tables for members. A tea for the University Faculty Was given by the organization at Which Dr. M. Estelle l-lamilton, the group's adviser and Mrs. l:ranl4 lf. Nurse poured. Le Cenacle Francais pre- sented tWo French motion pictures, Ulvladame Bov- aryn and HRoil de Ca- rotten in the l-lenry J. Doermann theater. An invitation Was extended to high school, Univer- sity students and to the general public. Meetings oi this group are held monthly in homes ol the members. First a business meeting is car- ried on and the remaining time is devoted to social L. Singal, i-lorn, Conn, M. Singal, McCormack. CROW TD Thomas, Hamilton, Miller, Bennet, Retzke, Yates. 118 entertainment. Q F F l C if R S Eleanor Bennett ..... ,...... R resident Mary Alice Miller .... .... V ice-Rresident Louise Retzke ......, . , ....... Secretary Elizabeth Yates .....,,..,.., . . .Treasurer Nita Gavaris and Eleanor l-lorn. . . ..,. Reporters Dr. M. Estelle l-lamilton .,..., ,... A dviser llXl-l'ERlXlfAxllQlXlfAxL RELATICDNS CLUB A PAL in Evtiay PORT The lnternational Relations Club meets several times each month to discuss developments of a political Or economic nature that atlect the relationship Ol the countries of the World, The League Ol Nations is always one Ol the chiel centers Ol interest, While during the past year Abyssinia, the Mediterranian, the Rhineland, Quter Mongolia have furnished subject matter lor heated debate. The Faculty and the Carnegie peace Foundation have been generous in giving us spealcers and literature on the causes Dvwd, Pinderlsnecht- ol conflict in these countries. Qllicers: Barbara Dowd, president, Joe Rinderlcnecht, Vice-president, Ruth Lamson, corresponding secretary, Dorothy Wada, recording secretary, Wilfred Spicer, treasurer. CROW QD Moore, Perry, Ward, Loxley, Mason. CROW 'U Lamson, Wada, Spicer l-IEIL l-IITLER AND Tl-lE GERMAN CLUB NAZH NAZH The customs and traditions Ol the Germans, great Figures in Teutonic history, the rise ol l-'litler, together with such practical matters as the system of poor relief and social insur- ance used in Germany at present are the topics around which many inter- esting meetings ol Der Geothe Verein have been built in the last eight months. V. Raitz, Peiper, Wiesehahn, Dowd, Adams. Gllicersz Joseph Carter, president, Rae Wilbur, vice-president, Betty l-leyn, secretary, Joe Rinderlmecht, treasurer. CROW 45 Willce, Tohle, Moore, Fink, Finlclestein, Wade, Wells, Kuhlman. CROW 31 Rinderknecht, Thompson, Kreider, Druckenmiller, Jordon, Jewel, Metz, CROW QD Wilbur, l-leyn, J. Carter, Miss Goehrke, Dr. Bowman, Prof. Nurse. CROW U E. Raitz 119 Q0 WITH BRAIN AND r ' A W. vm. - 'z wa'.q+wX WW ,M Bi g Four Strategy Tooter's Corps. Disciples of Loud Roar BIQAWN I K 1 2 V s g a K-NM... Lit Q, - ,N ' Q Q K F ,LL 5' , if --"-' 1' " . .fig .N . am. . ,lim Nicliolson tool4 over bis atlwletic duties at tlwe University six years ago. Since taldng over tlwe responsibilities ol coaclwing, l2ocl4et Football teams novv conquer formidable opponents ol otl'ier years. Niclwolson coaclied teams lwave been so successful tliat tlsiey are outgrovving tlie Qlnio Conlerence and seeking games vvitln opponents in otlier sections ol tlie country. Due to Jim,s liard vvorl4 and persistence tlwe Roclcets tlwis year became l4novvn as tlie strongest and best team to ever represent tlwe University on tlwe gridiron. A ID U N T A ID A S S -loledo fans had almost surrendered hope for the I I l2ocl4et,s ability to get anywhere during the season A D R A V E R ' ' ' after the -l'.U. gridders had religiously avoided the goal line in losing their first two games to Capital and Boston by 6-O scores and playing the Hasl4ell lndians to a scoreless tie. ln the opener the Roclcets, heavy favorites to win, pushed their Columbus opponents all over the field but lost the game when a Capital player picl4ed a fumble out of the air and went over for the only score. Another flulce touchdown, this time a blocked pass that fell into the arms of a Boston player, spelled defeat for loledo in the second game. It was the Case game that found the Rockets changing from a weal4 offensive team to a high-scoring machine. An alert Roclcet eleven capitalized on fumbles and blunders of the highly-touted Rough Riders to score an '18-7 upset for its first victory. from then on, the Roclcets toolc advantage of their newly-discovered scoring power to come through with easy victories over the teams remaining on the schedule. louchdowns in the first and last quarters gave Toledo its second conference win, defeating Denison's Big Red -leam here by a 'I3-O score. The Roclcet offense reached its highest point of the season against their old rivals, Bowling Green, when they smothered the falcons in an avalanche of ten touchdowns to score a 63-O victory. Toledo toolc time off from the Ohio conference race long enough to travel to Kentuclcy to hand Louisville a 4'l-7 beating. Returning to loledo, the Rockets played unhospitable hosts to Buffalo, defeating the Bulldogs 19-6 in avenging a 1934 defeat. loledols fourth conference game found Heidelberg the victim, the Rockets closing their season with a 'l3-O victory. Despite the slow start, the Rockets ran up a total of 195 points during the season, as compared with the 32 scored by their opponents. CROW 3D Nicholson, Wertz, Wick- ter, Day, Hennessy, Spooner, Dailey, l-l. Brown, Davis, Vanyo. Cllow QD Bolton, Rothlisberger, Gast, Rehm, Biehl, Welling, Southard, Smith, Wendel, Berlin. Cllow 'lj Sommerville, Morrette, Wade, Hatfield, DiSalle, Slovak, Palm, Kontalc, McHuer. P. X 122 FCDOTBALI. BIEI-IL Bob is a player who puts his heart and soul into a game. Although his best season was during his sophomore year, Bob has done very good at tackle during his other two years, HATFIELD "Keno," despite his shortness of stature, made a very favorable impression on the coaches this year. l-le was depended upon to fill one of the guard positions, and he did it creditably. I-IENNESSY Blessed with a six foot four stature, Chad played a fine game at tackle this year, especially considering his inexperience, l-lennessy is a potential Ugreatf' DAY uJim," playing an end position, distinguished himself in all games in which he took part, l'le displayed a smashing, dashing type of end-play. SOUTHARD Ed, although only a substitute end, displayed a splendid pass-receiving ability in the games in which he took part. BROWN l'loward is as tough as you will find any end in the conference. Playing his first year, he was honored by being selected on many sport writers' all conference teams. DAVIS Dixie was responsible in large part for the fine defensive record of this year's team. Davis received mention on several honorary teams in tribute to his fine performances. PALM The local sports writers have described Ul2ed" as the best guard in the history of the Uni- versity. l'le was unanimously chosen for the all-conference team for his fine playing. KONTAK Emil played a nice game at filling up any hole in the Rocket line. Next year we hope to see him as a regular half-back or lineman. . ,za--xy ' b SLOVAK i Marty Slovak was one oi the best oi the de- iensive players. Although small he made up ior this in Fighting spirit. SMITH The strategy oi the team was intrusted in the capable hands oi Bill Smith. l-le proved talented in the ability to call the right plays at the right time. ROTHLISBERGER Qllie played consistently well at blocking hali- back, Qllie is a man who adds power to football drives that result in forward move- ments dovvn the iield. XXXICKTER Johnnie Wickter, vvho led the scoring, vvas the constant threat oi the Rockets, l-lis speed helped him in getting oii some remarkable runs. SPOONER playing his First year on the Rockets, Jack was a Fixture at the center post and seems to have the inside track on it ior next year. XXXELLING Feared by every opponent oi the University oi Toledo vvas its captain, Jerry Welling. Not only did Jerry consistently gain ground but inspired his teammates on to greater eiiorts by his enthusiasm and iighting spiriti MORRETTE AI Morretteis accurate iorvvard passing and ilashy open Field running made him a valuable player. This vvas Alis iirst year ol varsity competition, and he did exceptionally well. DISALLE Louie, midget quarter-back, was the spark plug oi the Rocket attack. l'lis command oi the team in the Case game vvas the principal reason ior the glorious victory. GAST Les Gast on his iirst year on the varsity dis- tinguished himseli. l-lis iine vvork stamps him as the most promising back ior 1936. 4 This season's freshman football squad, coached by l-larold Anderson, evidenced an in- crease in material and power in the '36 varsity line. Of the seven backlield men in uniform, at least four shovv promises of First string calibre. Not varying from the records ol previous years, a sparcity ol material responded to the call for lrosh practice, although employment and afternoon classes kept many outstanding men ott the practice Field. The line, which averaged about 'ISO T l'l E l: R E S l-l M A N pounds from end to end, varied from Q73 pounds carried by Ed l-lackley, tackle, to T64 by Willard S G U A D Svvihart at end. THE STARS QF TCDMCDRRQW Bob McCloud, guard, and Ralph Weisenberg, tackle, chosen on the all-city high school team vvere out- standing in their respective positions. Al Alvarez and Collins shovved vvell at end posi- tions. Remaining line material included Bob Everett, Dorman Dickerson, lf. pierce, Blair Foster, at tackle positions. Guards vvere George Buehler, Wallace Duncan, Bill Conrad and Bill Fulghrum. A pony backtield, averaging betvveen 765 and T70 pounds had as its heaviest plunger, QQO pound Eldo Bergman, revamped linesman, at fullback. Finish Brovvn, quarterback, weighing 'I55 pounds vvas the teamys lightest man. Jim Boyd, Joe l.asonsky and Bob Dorrell should occupy berths as hallbacks on next years varsity Football team. CROW 3D McCloud, Weisenberg Wachtell, Brown. CROW QD Bueh 47 ,I A ler, Torgler, Conrad, Thorpe. ' V' Vqii 'R CRovv TD Dickerson, Everett, Dun- can, loset. RGCKET FIVE i-ICDOPS IT UP The T935-36 basketball season was one oi the most successful in the history oi University athletics. The Rockets Finished in third place in Qhio Conierence competition with 'IQ vvins and 4 losses for the season's total. During the campaign, the Rockets came out vvell against several nationally iamous teams, vvith victories being recorded over l-larvard, Alcron and Cincinnati. The Blue and Goldis only loss in a home game came at the hands oi Michigan, another big-time cage outiit. Alter a terriiic struggle, the game, which vvas by far the most exciting contest seen in these parts lor a long time, vvent to the Wolverines by a one-point margin. The upset oi the season came when the Bovvling Green, on their home Floor, handed the highly touted Rocket team a decisive beating. Revenge came at the close oi the season, hovvever, when the local outiit, in a home game, did an about iace and smothered the Bee Gee Five in an avalanche oi points. Les Gast, Dale Crow, and Dave Mostov had a three-cornered iight For one lorvvard position, while Charlie Cupp held dovvn the other lor- vvard. Bob Biehl was the regular center with Lloyd l-lollovvay as his understudy. Johnnie Rapparlie vvas a mainstay at one guard with Earl Kaiser and Max Reddish alternating at the other spot, Dave Mostov, Bob Biehl, Johnnie Rapparlie, and Earl Kaiser, who have all played three years on the varsity, will be lost at the end of the year. Next year's cagers promise to be equally as good as the retiring squad. Up from the freshmen ranlqs will be Chuck Chuclcovits, vvho distinguished himsell on the Federation courts this year. Willard Svvihart will also be available lor next year's outiit. Coach l-larold Anderson has produced teams that have been recognized as outstanding not only in the Qhio Conference but also among the outstanding teams competing in inter- collegiate baslcetball. 196 FUR VICTGRV GAST l.es drew praise as a good shot and all-around player. MOSTOV A veteran performer of three years was Davie. He again proved fast and deceptive in this season s campaign. CRGW Cn his first year on the team Crow became a star. His speed in getting around the floor aided the Roclcets in many games. KAISER Earl was a steady performer who showed well in every game. His loss will be the schools loss. CCACH ANDERSON Anderson built up a team that-was rated highly in intercollegiate baslcetball. BIEI-IL A man who developed into a real basketball star was Bob Biehl. This was Biehl s final year on the varsity. REDDISH His fine worl4 in the Michigan game stamped Max as promising. He will be baclc next year to add strength to the team. RAPPARLIE Johnnie Rapparlie, honorary captain, became recognized as one of the greatest defensive basketball players in the history of the cage sport at the University. CUPP Cupp was leading scorer for the Roclcets. His flashy floor game and fine defensive play stood out in every game. Q Z 4 LD l- 4 oo BALLS BU NGLES ROUGPISTUFF The University of Toledo baseball team for this season developed into one of the best nines in the Ohio Conference. The infield oi the Roclcet baseball team was its most formidable spot. Charlie Cupp at the initial saclc was a flashy defensive player as well as a heavy hitter. Bill Sprunl4 at second base played his third year on the Roclcet varsity. l-lis work vvas a steadying intluence on the rest ot the squad. l-lovvard l-layes, a player who distinguished himself in last yearis campaign, held down the shortstop position. Bill Dierlcs and Ed Southard, who alternated at third base, completed the set-up for the "inner vvorlcsn. Maurice Connell, a top-notch hitter last year was out to better that Fine batting average. l'le covered one oi the outiield positions. Ernie Rehm and other outfielders all counted ior exceptionally good vvorlc. Johnnie Rapparlie when not pitching played the outfield. The pitching stati oi the Blue and Gold squad vvas made up of l-loward Camp, Johnnie Rapparlie, Basil Root, Adrian Kidney, and Bill Kapella. Johnnie was a veteran ot the hurling stati, this being his third season. l'lis consistently good pitching Won many games. lclovvard Camp is a star of City Federation baseball who added strength to the mound corp. Coach Dave Connelly had three capable performers at the baclcstop position, Cliff Siemens and Willard Beebe, who savv action last year, and Bill Mattison, Connell, Folger, Kapela, Cupp-CBD Mattison. Tl-IE DIAMO Q 'IS SHG UNXXS SWINGS 30 PATH Tl-IAT LEADS TI-I DCDWN Tl-IE C NDER AND UP AND CDVER TS on a is '52 94 fi 5, ,4 if X 50 Bob l. A' ,Skills A W SR WARRIORS TO VICTCDRV Bob Biehl Bob Bowers The University of Toledo was well represented in track by a fine array of performers in almost every event. The squad of 'I936 easily developed into one of the best this college has ever had. Coach l'larold Anderson had at the beginning of the indoor track season, as a nucleus for the team, several men who were experienced in intercollegiate competition. The other members of the team proved capable as a result of experience in scholastic athletics, The weight men for the track team were the husky football players, Bob Biehl and Jim Day. Biehl earned his ninth letter at the University, having won awards in football, basketball, and track for three suc- cessive years. Running the hurdles for the University were Johnnie Wickter and Fred Reiman. Reiman, experienced hurdler of two years varsity competition, returned to the squad after being away from school for two years. l'le demonstrated in early meets that he had not lost any of his former skill, Wickter, who was unable to run last year because of an injury, made a great come-back this season. Fred Deshetler, high scorer of last year's track team, led the distance men. l-le and Bill l-lullenkramer ran the mile and two mile distances. Entered in the half mile and mile runs were Frank l-ludick, Willard Bright and lVlerton l.illy. Earl Kaiser, George Bleckner, Max Reddish, Frank l-ludick, and Willard Bright ran the 440-yard run, All were experienced performers. AI Girard and Dale Crow, together with some of the men who ran the 440 made up the relay team, Bill Gilfillen and Bob Bowers worked as high jumpers. They faced the difficult task of attempting to out-do last year's outstanding performers in this event, l"lauck and Len Jacobs. The work of Bowers and Gilfillen improved as the track season progressed. Gilfillen competed in the broad jump and javelin as well as in the high jump. Dash men of the squad were Johnnie Wickter and George Bleclcner. Wickter is in his last year of com- petition, while Bleckner will be back next year. Bob lcong, captain of the track team, did more than his part in point-getting in the pole vault. GOLF Z our THE GREEN Q4 Under the guidance of Edvvard Klag, golf at the University of Toledo is Qi gradually becoming an outstanding minor sport. Golf is truly a student l-I-l proiect, scheduling, green arrangements, and preparation for matches being under the jurisdiction of members of the team. This year the golfers participated in fourteen dual matches, as vvell as A in the Qhio lntercollegiate tournament at Granville. The penalty placed Qi on the University by the Qhio Conference for violation of the football practice ruling prevented the golf team from participating in the regular league matches. Three lettermen, Captain Robert Braun, Al Bagadonas, and Klag returned for competition this year, vvith l-lovvard Camp and fred Wachter coming up from the sophomore class to fill vacancies. Klag vvill be the only member to be lost to the team in 1937. Qpponents faced by the loledoans in 1936 included Western Reserve, St. Johns, Wayne, Bowling Green, lvlichigan Normal, Findlay and the University of Detroit. Local golf clubs generously contributed the use of their greens for home games. The proximity of the beautiful municipal course at Qttavva park and the vvorlc of the golf team in promoting the sport here has made golfing a favorite spring diversion for University of Toledo Students. Klag, Harris, Richardson, Braun '. w.,,e: Allen, Ballert, Lilly, Bright, l-lullenlcramer, DeShetler After a mediocre season last year, lwaving won only two meets and losing an equal number, tlwe University of Toledo cross country team redeemed tfiemselves during tl'ie past l935-36 season. llwe team came tfirouglri witfi a creditable season, five wins and two defeats. lliey met difficult competition in tlwe Qberlin Conference meet tliis year but came liome witli fourtli place lnonors tucked under their belts. Captain fred DeSlietler acted as manager and led tlie team in points. llie tl'1in-clads slwowed real strengtlw wlien tl'iey scored two victories eacl'i over Adrian, Denison and a single win over Wayne. -llie Detroit team el4ed out a win over tfie l2ocl4et team on a return meet, A trip to l'larvard for a matcli spelled anotlner defeat for tlwe lwar- riers, but tlwey made an impressive slwowing against tlie cfiampionslnip eastern sclwool. Briglwt prospects are in store for next year witlw Deglwetler, Lilly and Briglrit returning to tfie fold. Newcomers to tl'ie squad will undoubtedly be Bob -lroup, Jolwn llworpe, Art Cross and Jolwn l-lartman. l-lullenlcramer and Allen will be lost tlwrougli graduation. -llwe '36 tl1in-clads will be a Sopfiomore squad. tlie past season was due to tlwe expert efforts of Art Morse, wlwo was Z O .J lVlucli of tlie credit for tlwe fine condition tliat tlie team was in during trainer for tlwe Rocket barriers. A LEAN I-IGRSE FUR 4 RACE 4 Tl-IE GAMES TI-TE THING' The lntramural Department again carried on an exceptionally Fine program lor the T935- 1936 school year. The annual cross-country run was the First event on the program. John Thorpe, Freshman, Won it in good time, out-distancing Fred DeShetler, Phi Kap varsity star. Sigma Beta Phi vvon the team title. Dave Abel, besting by QO feet the last year record ol 163 leet made by l'larry Mchflahon, became the nevv Football-punt individual champion. This event, the team title being vvon by Phi Kappa Chi, is gaining more interest each year. Quickly lollovving these tvvo sports came the annual Golf championship, won by Alpha Phi Qmega this year, and the l-landball championship vvhich Sigma Beta Phi vvon. Ping-pong is rapidly becoming one ol the best attended and participated sports on the intramural calendar. This year Kappa lota Chi defeated all others to talce the team title held by Phi Kappa Chi last year. Alpha Phi Qmega vvon the loul-shooting contest vvith Sigma Delta Rho and Phi Kappa Chi close behind. The baslcetball tourney was one ol the hottest ever held in intramural competition at the University. Sigma Beta Phi and Kappa lota Chi, alter many hard battles, Finished the regular season in tie Tor First place. ln the play-otl, the Sig Bets vvon the title by defeating K.l.X. Q9-15. SPCDIQTH-NCT This year boxing again showed its popularity. Many men entered and all of the matches were high- spirited, clean, and last. Seven new champions were crowned. Marty Slovak won the middle- weight crown with the other championships going to the lol- lowing men: McCloud, light- heavy, Pontius, Featherweight, Root, lightweight, VanSicl4le, bantamweight, Monto, welter- weight, and Shaw, Flyweight. For the First time the lntramural Department sponsored a Fresh- man Mens' Mixer. It was held in the Mens' Gym with about Q25 men present. A short program of speeches, songs, tumbling, cheers and the piano playing of Aubry Forman were Featured. Ralph Conner, representing the newly organized Menls Union, was in charge. Andy Vanyo, Director of lntra- murals, aided by Art Morse, Don Rosie, and Ralph Whitsel, is re- sponsible lor this year's Fine pro- gram and should receive much credit for his excellent worl4. 136 ADS CDF SPG l-'loQl4ey ,..,, ,.,...., .,.........,.........,..... . . Speedball Volleyball ,... Basketball ... Baseball . . Tennis .,.., Hiking ..., Golf ...,... Archery ..,. Swimming ,,..A,, program Chairman .. Membership Chairman. Freshmen Representatives ...Gladys Hamilton Georgia Mae Miller .....lVlarjory l-lenry Evelyn Druckenmiller .Betty Jane Fowler .Evelyn Kreoleever ...Anna ,lane Gu nn ..,....Selma Jones .....Winilred Pirie ...Beverly l-lesson ....lVlaxine hX!idlS6F ...fxubrey Mather . . . .Margaret Lewis Maryellen Duhflonte RGCKETTES CDN RARADE W.A.A. RRQGRAM, 1935-1936 FALL SEASON l-loelqey ........... Speedlnall ...,... Class games ,..s l'lil4ing, Arcliery lrreslwmen Roast ......,.,... Regular Association Meeting Winitred Ririe, spealcer Regular Association Meeting Miss Gottscliall, speal4er Cleveland l-locl4ey Trip ..... W.A.A. Bridge .......... W.A.A. l-lomecoming ...... Special Association Meeting Regular Association Meeting Army-Navy l'loclcey Game, spread, awards ..... WINTER SEASCDN Basketball ....,.... Vol ley-ball ......... Ring-pong, Badmington ldealtli Week ........ Social meeting ........, Co-Ed Sports Day .s....... Regular Association Meeting Special Association Meeting Mrs. Riclwley, speal4er Alumni Rarty .,............ Regular Association Meeting Election .................. lnstallation Rarty ..... . SPRING SEASON . . . M Baseball, Tennis, Swimming Regular Association Meeting Co-Ed Sports Day .......... Bowling Green Rlay Day... Regular Association Meeting , Final Awards Rarty ........, eet, Arcliery, Goll Sept. 'I6-Nov. Q3 Sept. T6-Nov. Q3 Nov. W8-Nov. Q6 .....,..Sept.QO ..,..Sept.Q3 .....Qct.Q8 ....Nov.Q .....lNloy.i6 .....lNlov.'l8 ..,..Nov.Q5 .....lNlov.Q6 ..Dec. 9-Feb. W4 .Feb 'I7-April Q ..,....Dec.9-'13 ....Dec.'l3.... ......,,l:el3.7 ..,..l7eb.Q4 .....Marcli9 ...,.Marcli i3 .....Marcli Q3 .....Marcli 30 .....April 3 ,...AprilQ7 ...,.MayQO ....May8 .,...MayQ5 ....June5 7 8 HERE LI. RE STCDUT CDF 5 I I-17 De E -i De Z U Brezvai, Menne, Krepleever, Jones, Conn, Klopfenstein, Hinds. lfven the youthful Diana would blossom with envy, if she could see the physiques displayed by girls in the Women's Athletic Association. Basketball was a bouncing sportl Nedra l-lerman sailed that ball through the air as if it were a Hfeather in the breeze." The beginner had a tough time when Ginny l-linds was guarding. Lou Behm is one girl who knows just the spot for the ball. "lt's in the basket," referees would sigh. We know that these girls are plenty good, but beginners did not let that bother them. Judy Brezvai was always a consolation. She cheered for everything. Attention, maidensl Donyt forget volley ball. We became "sock 'em Susiesf' A woman may be dangerous, but what is she with a ball bat in her hands? When Margy Smith gets up to bat-W-hold everythingl More than one temper let loose and more than one golf ball was lost at the Ottawa Park Golf course. What did it matter if the scores were up in the hundreds when Marian f'latch was around to spur one on to success? lennisl lhat is the Krepleever game. Evelyn radiated tennis for hours after the game was played. Mary Alice Miller is a girl who just loves competition when it comes to archery. Then one day Martha Klopfenstein came out to try her luck and made a bull's eye. Then there was l-lelen Folger and l-lelen Conn, who were ready for anything. Just mention Mrs. Marian Richleyys name and the air becomes heavy with compliments. She is a friend and comrade to all. l.amora Mueller, president of W.A.A., is another laugh- ing and lovable good sport. The ideals of good sportsmanship, held by these two women, permeated the W.A.A. organization in all its social and physical activities, thus making for success. CFFICERS OF WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSCCIATION President ........ ......,..,.....,,...................,..,.,,.......,. Vice-President .,.. ..... Secretary-l-reasurer ..,.... Corresponding Secretary ..,.. .luamora Mueller i-Hdulia Brezvai . . , , .Virginia l-linds .....l-lelen Conn Reporter .........,.,...............,,.,...........,.....,.,..e,.., ..... R utln Kreider Kappa Pi Epsilon Alpha lau Sigma. Plwi llieta Psi. , Pi Delta Clwi ,... l3siCl1i Phi .,... Sigma pi Delta.. Tau Delta Sigma. Zeta Gamma Phi Independent. .. WOMANS INTIQAMUIQAL GCDVERNING BOARD ..,...Barl3araDierlcs A . . , .Marjorie Smitln ..-Hdeanne Vogel ,...Barbara Wing .....Betty lfreclfer ,......Bella Paskow Janice lfttenlwoler ..,,,.Vivian Qaitz Eiizapetlw Webster Q Z Z Z C DP Z 3 oo Q C X4 'O 70 Q C C H Ellvf gs JG S63 I-ll H CVIG9 H , N I ,L I 139 ALI-'S FAIR WHEN CAMPUS l-locl4ey is a tall game. llwatls vylwen tlwe girls are seen warmly and smartly dressed in slci pants and sweat slsrirts, Twenty-two excited coeds daslw down tlie Field, dribble, pass, and scoop tlwe ball in tlweir ettorts. Speedball is anotlwer outdoor game played in tl'1e tall. It com- bines a little ol lwoclcey, football, baslcetball, and soccer into one last and exciting game. After some of tlwe games tliere were roasts so tlwe girls wouldn't starve before getting liome. Qne does not need a stitt upper lip to play volleyball, but, ob, for a strong lwand. It is gobs ol lun to play and not bard eitlwer. We play basketball lor lun, and proficiency. Ar tlwe end ol tlwe season, intramural games are played. Tlwe sororities and in- dependents organize teams. lnter- class games are tlien played with the teams grouped according to ability. ln tlie spring tlwere is baseball, vyitlw eiglwteen players, a bat, a ball, tlwree sandbags, and one -EIDS i'A homeplate. All one needs is two eyes, two legs, and two arms. The rest is easyl What-the golf bug never bit you? Why, you have missed halt of your life. Some people say it is only a big nut chasing a little nut, but we are all nuts anyway so why not be a nuttier nut? Then there is archery. That is simple to play. ,lust aim in the direction of the target but never right at it, then you will be sure to get a bull's. l-lilcing is an all-season sport. Tramp, tramp, tramp, the girls are marching, way out to the country for a roast. Swimming classes are held at the V.W. The lite-saving tests are in the spring just before the grand Finale, the W.A.A, meet. Then, the original stunts are given by each sorority and independent groups. At any time a girl can get a Friend and go to the gym for a game of ping-pong, shuffle-board, or declc tennis. ,fv- THE HELD S 4 S 4 ,,. H .vm -f s fw- Q ' 5 H33 - ,QE H Q, v ...., .4 ,Jef .'g3a4, 1 Sta 'am . N ww: ,N 1 W .Q,.1."'- . 5 A , .. 3 . . 1 -ff Yr , ig ' - F1 L , 1 ' n ' f 321: 'gy :X RE . Q.: QU. . fr ,J--, .fr gf. .r 5. ,NI ,, - 231952. .W .. ,, 5,51 X 'xx 59? 'Y' x me a 'ff ,i I f 3 . w-'01 s .54 I XN ' sf x Q ,pw W Ney.. v xp.: 1 wa. v Q. .x Q. ,4, 'wa 9 S ew, I we 94 52 a 4 X y A 3 M1' Q X ' a WM 5 4. Q ,Woe .Q gfwes fa. 1 Xb A I Our Appreciation ls Extended to RAYMOND F. BOSSERT Portrait Photographer CHARLES A. BYERS Photographer v THE CANTON ENGRAVING AND ELECTROTYPE COMPANY THE CASLON COMPANY f THE S. K. SMITH CO. and' DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT Y W 'v NAME Abood, George. . . Abrams, Rhilip R.. . . Ack, Jerome ....... Adams, Carroll J.. . . Adams, Dorothy E.. . . . Adams, Richard l-l.. Adams, Ruth S. ..,.,. . Ahrberg, William R.. . Albert, Frank C., Jr.. . . Alexander, Carol B.. .. Alexander, Carroll K... . PE CLASSHEICATION-PAGE A . . . . . . .Freshman .. ...Junior . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore-47-71 . . . . .Sophomore .. . .Freshman .....Senior-32-113-119 . . .Freshman-54 . . . . .Freshman . .. ..Junior-49 ....Junior-BQ Alexander, Maurice S. - - VSODROWOVZ Alexander, William R., Jr. . ...Sophomore Allan, Carleton J. ...... . .Junior Allen, John W. ...... . Alpert, Florence B.. . . .. Altschuller, Joseph l-l. Alvarez, Armando... Ambers, F. lrene .,.... Anderson, Sterling R. Andrews, Burton R. Andrews, Stanley B.. . . Arduser, Barbara J. . . Arend, Franz, Jr... .. Arlt, Edith L. .,... . . .Junior-81 Armstrong, William E. . Arnos, Rolland E.. . . Ashton, Lucille ...... Atwater, Flora Jean L. Austin, Robert T. .... . Avis, Esther E. . ... Ayling, Russell .... . Backus, Elizabeth. .. . . Bagdonas, Alphonse J. Baird, Dorothea A. . Baird, Joseph L.. . . . Baker, Earlene E.. . .. Baker, F. Regina . . . . Baker, Katherine M. Baker, Norman l-l.. . . Baker, Raul F. ...., . Baker, William W. .. Ballert, Albert G.. . Balyeat, Francis R. . Banks, Shirley F. . ..... Banyas, John D. .,.... . Barber, Mrs. Charlotte K. Barnes, A. Maxine. . Barrie, Lewis C.. . . .. Bartels, William E.. .. Bartha, Steven J. . . Baskerville, James T. . Bassett, Marjorie l-l.. . Bassett, Janita E.. . . . Bauer, Carl C. ...... . Bauman, Rexford G. . Baur, Fred J. Jr. . . . Baxter, Earle G. .. . Baxter, Edward J.. . Beck, Richard R. .... Beebe, Willard E.. .. Behm, Luella S.. . . Beierla, Bernard J.. . Bell, Donald E. .,.. . Bellows, l-lelen M.. . .. Belnap, Robert K.. . . Bender, Kenneth ...... Benham, William l-l.. .. Benien, Bertha L. .... .. Benner, Vernon R.. . Bennett, Betty L. ..... . Bennett, Eleanor J.. . . . Bennett Bentley, Robert P ...... Robert M. .... . Bernenson, Marvin S.. . . Bergcrantz, Lloyd N.. . .. Bergman, Eldo W. .... . Bergman, John l-l.. .. Berkey, Nelson R.. . . Berkowitz, Jack A.. . . . Berman, Donald l-l.. . .. Bernard, Herbert A.. . . . Bernath, Marguerite E.. . Berning, Gladys R.. . . . Beroset, Don W.. . . . Beroset, Marian E.. . . . Beroset, Virginia E... . . Bertholf, Lois K. .... . Bertke, Paul J. ..... . Betts, R. Ed wa rd .... . . Senior-32-133 . ..Junior-113 . . .Senior . .Freshman . .Sophomore . Freshman . Sophomore . . .Junior-56 .Junior-79 . . Junior-53 . .Senior-BQ-113 . . Freshman-54 .. ...Junior . . . .Freshman . ,.... Junior-118 . . Freshman ...Senior-3Q-74-894115 ....... Sophomore . . .Sophomore-74 . .Junior-116 . . .Freshman . . .Sophomore-56 . .Freshman . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . .Freshman-984101 . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ..Junior-133 . . .Junior .Freshman . . .Sophomore . .Senior-BQ-113 . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-67 . ..Sophomore . .Junior . . . . .Freshman-53-97 . . . .Sophomore . . . Freshman . .. .Freshman . . .Freshman-98 . . . . .Freshman . . . . Senior-32-98 . . . . .Senior-32-98 . . . . .Sophomore .....Junior-56-110 .....Junior-BQ . ...Freshman . . . . .Sophomore .....Junior-32 . ...Senior .....Junior-59-98 .....Junior-106 . . . . .Junior . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore-73 .....Senior-32-118 . . . . .Junior . ..... Freshman . ..... Freshman . ..... Junior . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Freshman .....Junior-50-51-64 .. . . .Junior . ..... Freshman . ..... Senior-32 . . . . .Sophomore-71 . . . . .Sophomore-56 .....Sophomore-47-73 .....Junior-73-89 . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Sophomore-59 . . . . .Freshman RSONNEL INDEX NAME Bevard, Dale E... Biehl, Robert L. . Biglow, Fred L. .. Bishop, Donald L. . Bishop, Leonard . . Bishop, Max B. . . Black, William G. .. Blackburn, Grace C. . Blanchard, DeLoss D. . . Bleckner, George W.. Blitz, David ..... Blitzer, Sidney M.. .. Blossey, Fern O. Blue, Russell C. ... Blumke, Merle G. . . Boardman, Owen M.. Boldman, Beryle C ..... Bolen, Royden D. . Boler, Mary Jane Bolhagen, Clitlord F. Bolin, Dorothy . ... Bolton, Dorothy L. . . Bolton, Louis . .. Bolton, Ruth E. . Bova, Mary Ann . . Bowen, Claude A. . Bowers, Robert E. . Bowman, Edward W. Boyd, James A. . .. Bradley, John S., Jr.. Bradley, Lawson F. Bragg, Betty Jean .. Brandenberger, Carl l-l. Brandt, W. David ... Brasslolt, Manuel ..... Braun, Raul E. ... Braun, Robert A., Jr. Bray, William F. . ... Breitenwischer, Martha J. Bremer, Rex K. .. . .. Brezvai, Julia Ann Brickett, Robert D. . . Bridenbaugh, William F. Briggs, James B. .. . Bright, Willard M. .. CLASSlFlCATlON-PAGE . . . . . . .Sophomore-61 . . . .Senior-Q3-32-53-87-'IOSZ-1QQ- 123-127-131 . .Sophomore . Freshman-48-11 4 .....Junior-54-89-115-116 . .Senior-32-99-96-108 . . Freshman . .Sophomore . .Freshman . . .Junior-67-B9-90 .. . Sophomore-44-50-6Q . .Sophomore-62 . .Sophomore Freshman-101 . . . .Sophomore-59 . . .Freshman ... . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman . ...Freshman . . . Freshman . . .Senior-33-95-117 .Junior-79-95 . Senior-33-129 . . .Sophomore-79-99 ...Freshman-112 . Sophomore . Sophomore . .Sophomore .Freshman .Junior Sophomore Freshman -1 31 -S9 . .Freshma n-98 . ..Junior-11 . . Sophomore . . Junior 6 -62-92 Junior-13Q . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore -7 3 -90 Senior-33-138 .Sophomore . . .Sophomore .. .Senior-33-56 Senior-30-33-67-114-133 -92-101 Brinberg, Doris B. Britton, l-lelen E. .. Brodsky, Robert L. . . Brody, Maida P. . Brooks, Edmund A.. . .. Brooks, Elgin C. Broome, Winston M. . Brown, Eileen ...... Brown, Brown, l-loward Ray . . . .Sophomore . . Freshman-62 . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore .....Junior-44-51-89 . . .. Freshman . Sophomore-79 . .Freshman Finish ....... . . .... ..... F reshman-122-123 Brown, l'-loward Raymond ..... Junior Brown, lrene C. ...... ..... J unior-113 Brown, Mrs. Lucille S. . .. .Sophomore Brown, Robert R. . . . . .Freshman Brown, Thayer A. .... . . .Freshman-53 Brownell, l-'lelene E. . . ..... Sophomore Bruggeman, Ann M. ..... Junior Bryce, Betty E. ..... . . . . . .Freshman Buchanan, George W. .. .Freshman Buck, Merrel J. . . . . Bueche, Bernola B.. . Buehler, George l-l.. . Buehrer, Dorothea. . . Buell, Charles W. Bullock, Richard E. . Burd, Virginia J... .. Brugie, Virginia K. . Burman, Lois M. . . Burpee, l-lelen M. ... Burroughs, Ruth R. .... . Bush, Richard A. .... Butler, Josephine l. ... Butt, Virginia A ...... . Buyaki, Peter P. ... .. Bykowski, Andrew R. . . Bykowski, Martha M. Byram, Edward ...... Byrne, Virginia M.. . .. Cadmus, Wendell D.. . . . Calkin, Mary l-l.. .... Callendar, Alice G.. .. Cameron, Jean E. ..... . Camp, l-loward L. ..... . Campbell, William B.. . Carlisle, William R.. . .. .....Senior-56 . . . . .Senior . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore-BQ .. . . .Sophomore-45-54 . . . . .Freshman .....Freshman-11Q . . . . .Sophomore .. . . .Sophomore-112 .....Senior-33-49 .....Senior-33 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman-90 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Junior . . . . .Sophomore-106 . . . . .Freshman .. . . .Sophomore . . . . . . .Freshman C ........Freshman-48 ...Senior . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore .. . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore 14 Coleman, Collette C.. . NAME Carnes, Edna L .,..,,, Carnes, Kenneth C.. . . Carroll, Wilfred J.. . Carson, Eunice L. . . Carter, Don R. ...... . Carter, Elizabeth A. .... . . . . Carter, Joseph H., Jr.. Carter, Josephine L. ... .... Carter, Warren G.. . . Cartwright, Abel ,.,. .... Cartwright, Ora H. ... .... Cartwright, Ruth D.. . . Cassady, Ruth H.. . . Caylor, Jean l. ...... . Chapman, Betty Gene.. . . . .. Chapman, Harriet E. ..... .... Charlesworth, John H. Chester, Marshall .... .... Chetister, Jack H. ,..... . . . . Chrzanowski, Richard ..... .... Chukovits, Charles H. Clark, Elmer E. ,.... .. Clark, Elwood M.. . .. Clark, Richard S. ... Clark, Robert E.. . . . Claus, Ruth L. ...,.. .. Clayton, Doris E. ....... .... Cobourn, Glenn l-l.. . . Cochran, James A.. . . Cochran, Marie E.. . . . Coe, Eugene. ..... . Coffman, Walter J.. .. .... Cohen, Beatrice M. . . . . . . Comer, Ruth M. ..... . Compton, S. Homer. Condon, John N.. . . . Conn, Helen L. ..... . Connell, Maurice J. .... . . . Conner, Ralph W. ...... . . . Conrad, Marion E.. . . . Conrad, William C., Jr. Cook, Phyllis R. ........ . . . . Corbett, Margaret R.. .... . . . . Cordell, Dorothy Ruth.. Cordrey, Richard N. .... . . . . Corey, Paul W. .... . . Cornell, Harry J.. ... Corsa, William S. M... Cosgray, Maxine M .... .... .... Cosgrove, Betty Jeanne. . . ... . Cosgrove, Rex P. ......... . . . . Cosma, Mary E.. ...... . . . . Cotterill, Helene L.. . . Cousino, Bernard A. .... . . .. Covert, Jack P. ..... . Cowdin, Mary. ....... ... Cowdry, Sherwood. . Cox, Evelyn L. ...... . Cox, Helen E. .... Cox, Robert W. ..... . Cozad, Willa June ...., .... Crafts, June E. ...... . Crandell, Ralph B. ...... .... Crane, Ruth E. ........... . . . . Cratty, Mrs. Myrtle L. Crawfis, Virginia ...... .... Cronin, Joseph F., Jr. Cross, Arthur J. .... . Crouse, Ray E ......... . . . . . Crow, T. Dale. ......... .... Cummerow, Alice M. .... . . . . Cummerow, Robert L. .... . . . . Cummings, Carolyn L. .... . . . . Cummings, Laura ....... .... Cupp, Charles V.. . .. Curdes, Lorene E.. . . . Curtis, William K.. .. Curtiss, Vivian R. .... .... Cychler, Edward T. .... . . . . Cykowski, Milton C.. Czeck, Adam A. .... . Dahlmeyer, William C.. Dale, Constance L.. . . Damas, James J.. .... Damas, Michael J.. ... Davies, Harry A.. .. Davies, Herbert .... Davis, Meyer .... . . Davis, Richard H... . Davis, Violet B.. . .. Davisson, Roy S. .... . Day, James .......... Dayton, Marshall Alva . DeCoriolis, Lewis R ..... .... 'I46 CLASSIFICATION-PAGE Senior Junior-67-'I'I6 Senior Freshman Junior-44-6'I -98-'I 'I 4 Freshman Sophomore-'I 'I9 Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Junior Junior Sophomore Freshman Freshman Junior-44-77-90 Sophomore Junior Senior Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Junior-61 Sophomore Freshman Senior Freshman-53 Sophomore-74-98 Junior Freshman-53 Freshman Senior-33-'I'I3 Freshman Freshman Freshman Senior-33-73-89-95-'IO3-118 'I38 .Sophomore-53-'I28 .Senior Senior-33 Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore-'I'I3 Freshman Freshman Sophomore-67 Graduate-33 Sophomore Senior-1 'I 5 Senior-33 Sophomore Senior-34 Junior .Senior-34 Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore-53 Freshman Sophomore-46-47-73 Freshman Sophomore-77 Junior Junior-77 Freshman Freshman Junior-67 Sophomore-'I Q7 Freshman Junior-115-'I'l6 Sophomore Senior Junior-53-7 Q7-'IQB Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Junior Freshman Junior Junior Junior-77-1'I7 Junior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Sophomore-'I QQ-'I Q3 Senior Sophomore-97 Junior-'I QQ-123 Sophomore Senior NAME DeCoursey, Elsie D.. . . Delcher, Marian.. . . . DeLong, Kenneth F. .. . Delzell, M. Louise. .. Densman, Patrick W. . . Derr, Emily C. ....... . DeShetler, Fred M., Jr. Devlin, Margery M. . . Dewey, Jesse W. . . . DeWolfe, William T... . Dickerson, Dorman B., Jr.. .. Dickie, Betty B. ...... . Dickenson, Mary M.. . Diemer, Roland M.. . . Dierks, Barbara I-l. ... Dierks, Betty M. .... . Dierks, William J... .. Dietsch, Donald A.. . . Diller, Richard H.. . .. DeSaIIe, Louis J.. . . .. Dixon, J. Norman ..... Dixon, Mary Elizabeth Dolph, Betty Lou ...... Donnelly, Thomas C.. .. Donovan, John C. .... . Dorman, Herbert N.. . . Dorrell, Robert W.. . . Double, Doris D.. . . Dove, A. lva .... Dowd, Barbara .... Dowd, lrvine F.. . .. Drafts, Fred E.. . . . . . Drager, Herbert W. . Dragon, George . .. Draper, Glen C... ... Drennan, Howard L.. .. Druckenmiller, Evelyn M Drulard, Norman R ..... Duffield, Pauline J. . Duffy, Kathlynne H. . . . Duhaime, Don D.. .... Dull, Ethel L. ........ . Dultrneyer, Joseph W. DuMonte, Maryellen. . Duncan, Wallace S.. . .. Dunham, Robert E.. . . . Dunn, William M. . . DuPont, A. Jeanne. DuPont, William J. .. Dusing, Anna Belle ... Earley, Norman B.. . .. Eberlein, Carl A. . . . Eberlein, Norman F. . . Eberlin, Melvin M.. . .. Eberlin, Norman G. . Eberly, Vera W. . . Ebert, Marjorie C. . . Eberth, B. Anne .. Edelen, Janet. ..... . Edelstein, lrvin L. . . . Edgar, Robert G. ..... . Edgington, Gilbert E. Egger, Lois R. ...... . Ehlenfeldt, Todd C. . Ehrat, Elizabeth C. . Eichman, Lucille M. .. Eichman, Ruth E. . .. Eidem, Raymond W. . Eiser, J. Nathan .... Ellis, Robert F. ....... . Emch, Mrs. Bess G. . . . Engler, Herbert A.. .. Epstein, Richard C.. . . Epstein, lsadore .... Erickson, Lucille.. . Erskine, Elinor E. . Espen, Ann ........ Esterly, William L. .... Ettenhofer, Janice M.. . Ettinger, Leon ....... Evans, Melba ........ Everett, Robert K. . . . Eyres, Minor C.. . . . Faber, Robert F. . . . Falke, Jane .... . . Fall, Betty E.. ..... Fall, Ralph ........... Farley, Nelson E. .... Farmer, W. Ashley . .. Faulkner, Donald J.. . .. Featherstone, Alice M.. Feder, Sylvan l. ...... . Fenton, John H. .... . Fetzer, Florence .... CLASSIFICATION-PAGE ....Junior-'l'I3 .. . .Junior . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman-54 . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-'I33 . . . .Sophomore-89-90-'IO4 . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ....Sophomore-7'I . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior-56 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ....Junior-'IQQ-'IQ4 . . . .Sophomore-'I O4 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman-53 . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior-44-45-67-90-91 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman ....Senior-34-7'I-QQ-'IO3-'I'l9 ....Junior-56 ....Freshman-'I'I4 . . . .Sophomore-54-89-'IO4 . . . .Freshman-98-'I'I4 . . . .Sophomo VZ . . . .Freshman-53 ....Junior-44-45-89-'I'I9 ....Senior-35-54-'I'I6 . . . .Sophomo . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomo . . . .Sophomo . . . .Freshman re re-88-89-90-'I O4 re . . . .Freshman-67 . . . .Sophomo . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior FZ ...Senior-50-5'I-53 ....Junior-47,92-103-'I'l3 E ....Sophomo . . . .Junior re-6'I -92-98-'I 'I 6 . . . .Freshman-56 . . . .Junior . . . .Junior ... .Freshman . . . .Freshman-90 . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman ....Junior-50-5'I-62 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomo . .. Junior F2 ....Freshman-'l'I4 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomo . . . .Sophomo . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomo . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior re-74-1 'I Q-'I 'I 5 re-'I'IQ re-64 . . . .Freshman-54 . ...Freshman . . . .Senior-34-50-5'l-64-'IOQ-'I ...Senior-34-7'I ....Senior-34-'I'I3 F . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-'I14 ...Senior-34-82 .. . .Freshman-69 ....Junior-34-74 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ....Junior-53 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-99 . . . .Freshman-56 ....Junior-1'I5-'I'I6 . . . .Senior . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman-90 . . . .Freshman-64 . . . .Senior-34 . . . .Freshman 'I5 Freeman, Robert C.. . Garder, Dan ..,........ NAME Fields, W. Oliver .... Fine, Hermine ,.... Fingerhut, William .... Fink, Jerome ....... Fink, Myron ....... Finkelstein, Esther .... Finkelstein, Sol ...., Fisher, Earl H. ,,.... . Fisher, Lillian M. B. ... Flath, Robert .,,.,... Flaum, Nettie ,..,.... Flavell, Evelyn M. .... . Floripe, F. Yolanda .... Flynn, Joe A ..,, ..... Folger, Frances L.. . . . Folger, Franklin B.. . .. Folger, Helen J.. .. Folger, Julia Ann.. Ford, Carolin C. ..., . Forman, Aubry S ..., .. Forney, Edmond A.. Forte, Anthony V .,.. . Fortune, Isabel .,... Foster, Edward H. . . . Foster, Harold W.. . .. Foster, John S. ..... . Foster, William Clair.. Fought, Robert M. ... Foulk, James P.. . Fouts, Mary Ella ..... Fowler, Betty Jane ..... Fox, Helen R. .... . Fox, Marie E. ,,.. . Fox, Paul G. ..... . Fox, Robert R. .. Francke, Warren C. . . . Frankowski, Sylvester T. Frautschi, Arnold ....... Frautschi, Arthur C. ... Frede, Marjorie A. .... Friauf, James, Jr. . . Friauf, Robert R. .,... . Frick, Carlton W. . . . Frick, Ruth W. ........ . Friedman, Adele H. . . Fries, George W.. . . . Frisbie, Robert C.. . . . Frisch, Robert H. . . . . Frobase, Edward N.. . Froelich, Joseph K. .... . Frost, Eleanor H ...... Fruchey, Eleanor ...... Fulghum, William A. ... Fuller, Norman C.. . .. Funk, Earl L. ..... . Fye, lsabel ...... G Gaertner, Martha E. .. . .... Gahagan, James T. .,.... .. Galliers, Marshall W.. . .. Gardiner, Woodward C .... Garri an Minetta J s , -. . Garrison, Joe W.. . . . Garty, Collette ....... Garwood, Jack L... .. Gast, Lester ......... Gavaris, Nita K. ...... . Geer, Paul I. .......... . Gehring, Gretchen G.. . . Gens, John L. ....... . Gens, Mark B. ........ .. Gerwin, Florence M.. . .. Gerwin, Virginia L.. .. Gettins, Edwin T.. . . . Getz, Edward G.. . .. Gibbons, Barbara C.. .. Gibbons, Burton J ..... Gibbons, Charles F.. . . Giese, Lewis P. ...... . Gilfilen, Cornelius ..... Gillenand, Allen C.. .. Gilson, Marjory J.. .. Gintzel, Paul W. .... . Girard, Alvin A. ..... . Githens, Sara Louise ..... Gladding, Herbert C.. . .. Glanzman, John B. J.. . .. Gobrecht, Dorothy H ..... Golbinec, Margaret A .... .. Goldberg, lsabelle ...... Goldberg, Milton R.. .. Golden, Herbert P ..... Golding, Edward J.. . . 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Gould, Jean R. ........ . Graham, Mary H. ...... . Grasser, Howard A. . . Greenaway, W. Kenneth Greenberg, Bernard H. . Greenberg, Nathan ..... Greene, Ben B.. .. . . Greene, Charles W., Jr. Gremling, Richard C. . Grigsby, John N... . ... Grissinger, Jeannette M.. . Gross, Mary Kathryn . . Grossman, Ernest .... Grover, Russell M. . . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE ......Junior ....Senior-62 .. ...Freshman ....Freshman-112 . . . .Freshman ...Senior-35-'l'l3 . ..... Freshman ...Senior-35 ... .Freshman . . . .Freshman-92-'l'lO . . .Sophomore-99 ... .Senior . . . Freshman Freshman-98 . . . .Freshman . . .... Freshman . . . . .Freshman-62-'lOl . . .Freshman-64 . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-89-99 . . . .Senior-35-67-90-91-'I Freshman-'l O1 .. . Junior-35-7'l-95 . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Sophomore- 53 O4-'l'l5 Grube, Willis W.. .. Gulau, Herbert P.. .. Gunn, Anna J. . Gunn, Helen P. .... Gysin, Dorothy L.. . Haag, Dorothy A. . .. Haase, Fredrick, Jr. ... Haberkorn, Marion M. . Hackley, C. Edwin ... Hahn, Ruth M. ... . Haines, Dorothy J. Hall, Mynna R. . . Hallett, Lester S. . . . Hamilton, Gladys V. .. Hamilton, Peggy Ann .. Hammontree, Lucille J. .. Handler, Ben ......... . Hanely, Merlin C. . Hanf, CliFtord H. Hanks, William L.. .. Hanneken, Charles E. ... Hanneken, George Melvin Hansen, Elizabeth A. . . Hardy, Bernard C. . . . Hargrave, Marcella M. E. Harlow, Walter J. . . Harper, James L. ..... . Harpster, Margaret W.. . Harris, Don M. . ..... Harris, Earl A. ........ . Harrison, Edison R. . ... Harron, Mrs. Roberta C. Harshbarger, Lena F. .... Hart, Eugene P. ...... . Hart, Robert J. .. . Hart, William A ..... .. Harter, Harold M., Jr.. .. Hartman A. George . . . I Hartman, Eugene L... . . Hartman, Fred Q.. ... Hartman, Margaret A. . Hartman, Ruth E. . ... Hartman, Ruth S. ... Hartman Wayne G. . Harvey, ,Eleanor M. . Hatch, Marian M. ...... . Freshman Sophomore Sophomore-71 Freshman Freshman Freshman-53 Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Junior-'l 'I 3 Sophomore-74 Junior-Q3-45-73-'l O3-'l 'l B Sophomore-64 Freshman Freshman Freshman Senior-35-54-BB-89 Freshman-54 Junior-77-'l'lQ Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman-98 Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Junior Freshman Junior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore-69-79-99 Freshman Freshman Sophomore -79 HatField, Beauford R... .. Hatherly, Bessie D.. . . Hatker, Norman W. . Hauck, Emma Lou . Hauslein, George H. ... Haven, Donald ..... Havens, Virginia C.. . Hawkins, Betty D.. .. Hawkins, Edgar J. . Hawley, John R. ..... . Hayes, Howard G. ... Hayes, James C. . . . Hayes, Mary Lou . . Heil, Robert W.. . . . Heineman, Patricia ..... Heininger, Scott A. .... . Heinle, Lawrence W... . . Heiptman, Frederick P.. .. Heiser, George F. .... . Hellmann, lrma ...... Hennessy, Chad C. ..... . Henry, Mrs. Annis C... . . Henry, Marjorie L.. . .. Herler, Verne F.. . .. . . . . .Junior-1 Q3 .....Senior-35 .....Senior-35-'l'l6 .....Senior-35-73 . .... Junior . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman Sophomore-7'l-89 Sophomore-89-QQ . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman Sophomore- .....Senior-36 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman Sophomore- .....Senior-36 .....Junior-'IO'l . . . . .Freshman Sophomore- . . . . .Junior Sophomore- .....Junior-82 73 56-99 192-123 77 14 7 NAME Herman, Nedra .,., ..., . . Herman, Philip M. ,.... . Herringshaw, Tobias J. Heskett, Louise J. ,..... . Hesselbart, Robert C.. . Hesselbart, Stanley R... Hesselbart, Warren C.. Hesson, Beverly Sue ,.,. Heyn, Betty F.. ,,,., ... Hie er Richard H Higlgwarden, Edward T. . Hilding, Herman W.. .. Hill, Marjorie M.. . .. Hill, Nancy Ann ,.... Hill, Virginia M .,.. . .. Hill, Willard A., Jr... . Hill, Willilord E. ..., .. Hilliard, Ellsworth N. Hilt, Arthur J., Jr.. . .. Hiltner, William A.. . .. Himburg, Helene J.. . . Hinds, Virginia l. .... . Hines, Lawrence C.. . . Hirth, Mrs. Lucy ...., Hoag, Philip L. ...... . Hochstetter, Dorothy P. Hodges, Ruth A. ..... . Hodges, Stephen B.. . . Hotiman, lda E. ..... . Hofner, John R. .... Hoke, Mildred V. .... Holden, Florence L.. Holland, Norman T.. . . Holliger, Nathalia .... Holloway, Lloyd F. .. Holt, James.. .... .. Hood, Robert C.. . . Hope, James F. ...... . Hoplield, Ruth l.. . ... Hopkins, Gordon A., J Hopple, Theron L.. . . Horan, Ellen M. ..... . Horn, Eleanor ..... Horn, Robert E. ...... . Horowitz, Morris A. Horton, Harold F. ... Hotz, Lois F. ..,.. . Housdorier, Carl .... Howell, Allen C.. . .. Howell, Helen L.. . .. Hudeck, Joseph J.. . . Hudick, Frank B.. .. Hudson, John J .... Huebner, Alice E.. .. Hull, Elizabeth A. .... Hull, James C. ...... . Hullenkremer, William L Hummel, Roy.. .... .. Hunter, Margaret E.. . . Hunter, Thomas J. .... . Huntley, Margaret W. Hurlbrink, Betty Jean . Husum, Charles W. ... Huyssen, Anthoneda P. Hyman, Frederick J.. . . lmholt, Eugene B.. ... lngold, Louise F.. .. lnman, Jesse T. .. loset, Walter L.. . .. Jablinski, Eleanore M.. Jackson, Eileen K. .... Jacob, Roberta B.. . . . Jacob, Viola M. .... Jacobs, Leona M.. . . . Jeager, Cortland ..... James, John T. ..... . .. Jameson, Robert J. . . . Jamieson, George K.. . Janiszewski, Edward B. Jankowski, Leo ........ Jennings, Hal B., Jr... . Jennings, Norman .... Jeschke, Mildred P.. . . Jewell, Doris A ........ Jewhurst, Betty Jane ..... Johnson, Conrad H.. . . Johnson, Emma J. . Johnson, George H.. . Johnson, Nicholas ..... Johnson, Norman . .. Johnston, Robert R. . . .. Johnstone, Lelah .... Jones, Donald R. .. 148 CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . .Senior-36 . . . .Junior . .Freshman-54 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior . . . .Freshman ....Junior-106 ....JuniOr-77-90-104-'l'lQ . . . .Sophomore-77-90-104-119 . . .Junior . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior . . .Freshman ....Junior-115 . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior-31-36-77-138 . . . .Senior . . . .Freshman ....Senior-36 ....Junior-69-74 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior .. . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior . . .Senior ....Junior-53 ....Junior-56 ....Junior-106 . ...Freshman . . . .Freshman . . .Freshman . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . .Junior-73-87-89-90-103-104 118 . . . .Freshman . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore-97 ....Junior-100-101 .. . .Freshman ... .Freshman ....Junior-77 . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior . . . .Junior ....Junior-133 .. . .Senior-36 ... .Freshman ....Junior-67 . . . .Junior-36-69-74 . . . .Freshman-48 . . . .Junior ....Senior-36 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore ... .Freshman ....Senior-115 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-73 . ...Freshman ....Junior-68-69-81-87-101 . . . .Freshman-90 ...Senior-36-114 . . . .Freshman-54 . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior .. . .Freshman ....Senior-Q3-50-51-67-'lOQ-1'lO ....Junior-45-54-89-90-114 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-79-119 . . . .Freshman ....Junior-115-116 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore ....Senior-36-115 . . . .Senior-36 ....JuniOr-69-B5-90-QQ-117 . . . .Freshman NAME Jones, Jeanne F.. . . Jones, Lizzie J. ..... . Jones, Selma R. ...... . Jordan, Dorothy M.. . Jordan, Elizabeth A. . Jordan, Eugene L.. . .. Joseph, Carl ....... Joseph, Richard .. . . . Justiss, Juanita E. .... . Kahler, Lyle W ..... Kaiser, Earl P .... . Kapela, William .... Kappel, John W. .... . Karpanty, Harry A.. . .. Kaseman, Paul J. ..... . Katz, Sara Louise ..... Kaufman, Samuel ....... Keating, Andrew J.. Keck, Marvin W. ..... . Keelauver, Ruby M.. . .. Keefer, G. Edman ..... Keeling, Robert E.. . . . Kegg, Robert R. ..... . Kehrer, Cora Belle ..... Kehrer, Thelma K. .... . Kelchner, Claudine ..... Keller, Charles A.. . .. Keller, Richard C.. . .. Kelley, Albert C. . .. Kelsey, Dwight E .... .. Kelting, Richard P. ... Kemp, Robert H. ..... . Kendall, Boyle B. Jr. .. Kennedy, Emily B.. . . . Kennedy, Paul R.. .. Kent, Ruth M.. ..... Kern, Anna .... Kerschner, John A.. . .. Kezur, Edward ...... Kidney, Adrian W.. . . Kile, Clair F. ....... . Kimberly, Charles D.. . Kimmel, Eugene S.. .. Kindell, Carl B.. .. King, William G.. .. Kinker, Raleigh. .... . Kinney, Bruce W. . Kirkman, Frank S. .... . Kiser, Maurice G. .. Klag, Edwin J. .... . Kline, Hazel A. ..... . Kline, Maurice R. .... . Klinksick, Charles T.. . . . Klopienstein, Margaret J. Kloplenstein, Martha Ann. Knapp, Charles R., Jr... . Knapp, Ruth W. ...... . Knisely, James W.. ... Knowles, William N... Kohler, Deane Ll. ..... .. Kolb, Matthew, B., Jr. Konopka, Helen C... . . Kontak, Emil W. ..... . Kopanko, John A. . . . . Kopmanson, Helen M. . . Kosydar, Theodore A. . Kover, Francis J. ..... . Kramb, Margaret L. .... . Kramp, George Richard Krause, John D. ...... . . Krauss, Robert E.. . . .. Krecker, Betty .. . Kreft, Frank G. ..... . Kreider, Ruth M. ..... . Kreilick, Viola E. ...... . Krepleever, Evelyn J.. Kressler, James F. .... . . Kridler, Barbara D. .... . Kridler, George G.. . .. Kripke, Joseph B. .... . Krueger, Alvin G. ..... . Krulikovvski, Lawrence. . Kuder, Robert C. ...... . Kuelgen, Mary Jane .... Kuhlmann, Theophilus T.. Kuhn, Juanita R. ........ Kundz, Robert ..... . . . Kurtz, Bettina J. ...... . Kushman, Stanley J.. . .. Lace, Helen M. ...... . LaFarree, Thomas L.. . . . Lakatos, Steve G.. . . . . Lambert, Ethel M.. . . . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior ....Junior-89-138 .. . .Freshman ....Freshman-119 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore K ....Senior-106 ....Junior-36-197 . . . .Sophomore-128 . ...Sophomore . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman-61 . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-64 . . . .Sophomore-67 ....Senlor-109-115-116 ....Senior-37-73-113 . . . .Sophomore-115 . . . .Freshman-56 ....Senior-30-37-59-BB-B9-116 . . . .Sophomore-82 . . . .Freshman . ..Senior-37 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman-53 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman-53 . . . .Senior . ...Freshman . ...Freshman . ...Freshman . ...Freshman . . . .Freshman-79-89-92 . . . .Senior ....Junior-69 ....Junior-56 . . . .Freshman ....Junior-59-114 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore-53 . ..Senior-37 ....Senior--116 . ...Freshman ....Senior-37-115 ....Senior-30-31-37-B7-96-'lOQ -108-13Q . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore-69 . . . .Sophomore ....Freshman-37-77 . . . .Senior-69-103-138 ....Senior-37 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior . . . .Freshman . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore-199193 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore -46-89 .. .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior ....Senior-37-116 ...Senior-37 ...Senior-37-54 ....Junior-77 . . . .Senior ...Senior-77-118-119 . . . .Freshman ....Junior-BO-45-77-112-138 ....Junior-Q3-45-B7-BB-B9 . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman-53 . . . .Freshman-69-115 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-98 . . . .Freshman ....Freshman-119 . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-71 .. . .Junior L . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-54 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-71 . ..,,. freshman NAME Lamson, Ruth E. ........ . Lancashire, Josephine M.. Lang, Donald J. H. .,.,. . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . ....... Sophomore-79-'lO'l-119 . . . ..... Junior . .,... Freshman Lang, Norman E. .....,...,. ..... J unior-56 Langenderfer, Joseph G. ....,, ..... J unior Langenderfer, Margaret A. .. . ..4,. Senior-37 Langenderfer, Raymond C.. . . ,.... Senior-38-'VI6 Langton, Wellington M.. .. ...., Junior Laplantz, Milton N. .,... ..... S ophomore Lapp, Lloyd B. ..,.,.., ..... S enior Larlcin, M. Kay ...... ..... f reshman LaRue, Mabel E. . . Lasley, Ruth V. .. . Law, Ethel Ann ......, Lawless, Richard W. . . Lawson, Carolyn S. ... Lawson, William D. ... Lay, Robert L. .. ,.., . . . Leatherman, James f. . . . Lederer, Pauline V.. . Lovett, Lee, Betty H. ...,.. . Lee, Carmen ..... Lee, Robert W.. . . Lee, Winifred C... .. Lehman, Richard L. . Lehr, Glen J. ..... . Leighton, Fred J. ..,. . Leonard, Robert J. . . Lepold, Harry ..... Lesser, fay. ..... . Lewis, Charles L. . . . Lewis, Margaret Anne. Lewis, Wilbur W... Lewis William C.. .. Lichtehstein, Ruth .... Lilly, Merton B.. .. Lindsay, Carey E.. . . Lindsay, Ralph B. ....... . Linebaclc, Marie E. C. . . Liner, Maude .......,. Linver, Joseph ...... Lipp, fredericlc J.. Littin, Basil R. ... Littin, Dave M. ... Loehrlce, Ray H. Lolc, M artha D.. Long, Dorothy E ..... Long, Gretchen V. . . . Long, Robert W.. . . . Lorenz, Miriam L.. Losonslcy, Joseph . . John G. ...... . . . . . .Junior . . . . .Senior . . . . .freshman . . . . .freshman .....Sophomore-85 . . . . .freshman .. . . freshman-53 . . . . .freshman . . . . .Sophomore .....Junior-73 .....Junior-45-74 .....Junior-61 . . . . .freshman . . . . .Sophomore ....Senior-'l'l6 . . . . .freshman . ...freshman . . . . .Sophomore-64 . . . . .freshman . . . .freshman ....freshman .. ..Senior-Q3-38-50-5'l-56-87 . . . .Junior .....Junior-81 . . . . .Sophomore-67-133 Sophomore-46-47-54-98-'IO1- 'l'l5 .. .freshman . . . . .Junior . . . . .Junior . . . . .freshman-69-90 . . . . .Sophomore-'l O4 . . . . .freshman . .freshman ....freshman ....freshman .. . . .Junior-BQ-90-'IO4-'l'l7 ....freshman .....Junior-45-130 ....Senior-38-77-87-'IO3 ....freshman .. . . .freshman-67 NAME Massie, Kenneth C.. . .. Mather, Aubrey J. . . Mather, Barton D. . . Mathie, Jean G. ... Matics, Marion L.. ... Mattison, Robert W. . . Mattlin, Robert H. . Mauriello, Joseph A... Mays, J. lrvin ....... McCartney, Richard L.. McClain, Clair C. .... . McCloud, Robert M.. McCloy, Lorraine B.. . MCCluSRy, Virginia M.. McConnell, Hazel . McCormaclc, Emilie N. McCown, Willetta . McCullough, Edward f. McDonald, John E. ... McDonald, Richard E. . Mcfellin, John .... Mcferren, Don R. McGown, franlc B ..... McGuire, John L. ... McHugh, Robert J. Mcliechnie, Donald V. McLaughlin, Karl H. .. McMahon, Harry J. . McMahon, Janet L. . McMahon, Margaret f. McNerney, Mrs. Eula N. Mears, Robert . . . Mecltley, Rauline U. Mee, Harry L. . .. Meerlcreb, Molly Meier, Howard W. Meier, M. Theodore Meissel, Gladys ... Meissner, Ruth E. . .. Melvin, Jaclc M. .. Mendelson, Joseph U. Menne, Edythe L. . Merrill, Jaclc A. . Merritt, George . Merschel, Ottielie V. Mersereau, Mary E. . Messer, Edythe . Metcalf, Charles D. . . . Metcalf, John R. Metz, Julia A. . .. Meyer, Elwood H. . . Meyer, Joseph A. . . Michael, Helen L. .. Loxley, Virginia L... . Ludlow, Elma L.. .... Ludwig, Robert G. .... . Luedtlce, Helen M. ..... . Luginbuhl, Rolandine E. . Lundy, Jack R ........... Luttrell, Madeline J. .... . Lynn, George F.. . . .. Lynn, Mary Ellen .... MacDonald, Gordon R. . . Maclc, Chester W. ..... . MacKenzie, James B .... . . Maclciewicz, Sylvester P.. Macliimnon, Hector J.. . . MacRiticl'iie, Burton R .... Madezlci, Stephen ..... Maier, Ruth L. ......... . Majewslci, Leonard F.. . . . Mallett, Marian V. ..... . Managhan, Violet A.. . .. Mandler, Mary V. .... . Mann, Josephine A. .... . Mann, Virginia M.. . .. Manner, William G.. .. Manton, Mary Eileen .... Marenberg, Leonard S. . . Mariea, Donald J... . .. Marks, Ernest ......... Marleau, Dorothy R. .... . Marleau, Virginia L. .... . Marley, Thomas N. ..... . Marquardt, Grace C.. . . . Mars, lda Mae ........ Marsh, Betty ........ Marsh, Dale R.. . .. Junior-90-'l 'l 9 Junior-'l 'l 3 freshman Sophomore Junior-85 freshman-56 Junior-74 freshman-67-96 freshman freshman freshman Senior freshman freshman Sophomore-50-54-115 freshman Senior-38-'l 'l 3 Junior Senior-38 Junior-74-'l'l3 freshman-'I O1 Sophomore freshman Junior freshman freshman-69-90 Senior-38-'l 'lO freshman Michalalc, Edwin J. ... Mihallco, llona.. ... Miller, Barbara E.. . Miller, Donna l. . . Miller, Elmer .. . Miller, fredericlc E. . . Miller, Georgia Mae Miller, Lewis . .... . Miller, Lillian D. . Miller, Mary Alice . . Miller, Raul C. .... . Miller, Richard H. .... Miller, Ross C. .... . Miller, Virginia E. . Miller, William H. . Mills, Glenn L.. . Misch, Dwight ........ Mitchell, Mary Jane Mittendorf, Bernard . . Moan, Harlan J.. . .. Mohn, John H. .... . Moll, James W. .... . Molnar, Ethel R. ... Montgomery, Marion l. Monto, Carl G. ..... . Moon, Robert W. . . . Moore, Elinore J. .. Moore, James E.. . .. Moore, Lowell. . .... Moore, Moore, Philip. .... . William W... . Marsh, Marsha Wm. ......... . ll, Ella M. ....... . Martin, Mrs. Angela D. .. Marvin, Howard W. .... . Mason, H. Lowell ..... Mason, Olive E.. . . . Mason, Huber L.. . .. .....freshman . . ...Junior . . . . .freshman .. . . .Senior . . . . .Sophomore-85-89 .. . . .Junior-48-49-'l'IO . . . . .Sophomore .. ...Senior . .... freshman . ..... Sophomore . . . . .Sophomore .....Junior-38-'VIB-'l'l9 . . . . .Junior .. ...Junior Moorman, Mrs. lrma M. Moralslci, Leo M. . .. Morgan, James G. ... Morgan, William R.. . .. Morrette, Albert .... Morris, Elaine L. ... Morrison, E. James . . . Morrison, Echo R. .... . Morrison, Ralph E.. . . Morse, Arthur G.. .. Mosier, Richard D .... . Mostov, David H. .... . Mueller, Lamora R.. . . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . . . . .freshman .....Senior-38-'IO8-'l'i5 .. .freshman . . . . .Sophomore-77 . . . .freshman . ..... Sophomore-56-128 .. . . freshman-67 ...freshman ... .freshman . . .Junior . 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Sophomore-'I O6 .....freshman-53 .....freshman . . . . freshman-'I QQ-124 . . . . .Sophomore-79 ,....Senior-116 . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .freshman . . . . .Sophomore .....freshman . . . . .Senior--127 .....SeniOr-39-74-'lO3 149 Nelles, Williamena H... NAME CLASSIFICATION-PAGE Muenger, Charles R. A.... ..... . Mumma, Mrs. Ellen V... . .... Murphy, George W .... Murray, Charlotte. ,.... . . . . Mutchler, Dorothy L. ...,. . . . . Myers, Dorothy M.. . . . Myers, Jacob W. .... . Myers, Jane R. .... . Myers, Wm ...... Mygatt, Arys A.. .. Naitalin, Divida O.. . .. Najarian, Adam.. ..... Nathanson, Stanley ..,,.. ..,. Nelson, Mary Jane ..,. Neorr, Harry R. ...,,. . Neuber, Dorothy M.. . . Neuber, Ralph E. ... Nevelle, James T. . . .. Newcomb, Robert R.. .. Newman, Selma ...... Newman, Seymour Z. .... . . . Nichter, Frank ........ Nickle, F. Verne ........ .... Nightingale, Florence E. Nightingale, Homer S... Nixon, Margaret L.. . .. Nobel, Morris ....... Nolan, Charles E. .... . Nooney, Robert W. ... Nopper, Ralph J. .. . Northrup, Helen J. . . Northrup, Annette .... Novick, Meyer ...... Nowak, Alice H.. .. Gberdier, Elizabeth A. O'Brien, Eugene F. ..... ..... . O'Callaghan, Edward .... .... Oder, Betty Jane. ..... ... O'Donriell, Robert E. . .. .... Q1-learn, John J. .... . Okun, Ann E. ...... . Oliver, James R. ..... . omii, i-idfaia A. ..... .... Openshaw, Albert G.. . Orr, Lloyd E. ........ . Overberg, Harry J. .. Pacanins, Arnaldo .... Packard, Hope . .. Pacyna, Philip A. ... Palm, Clarence W. . . Palm, Julia T. ........... .... Palmer, Mary Helen S.. Pankratz, George E. Papp, Edward J. .... . Parisen, Richard B. .. Parisky, Bernard ....... Parsons, Thomas, Jr. . . Paskow, Bella R. .... . Paternite, Carl, Jr.. .. Patridge, Robert F. . . Patterson, Francis W.. . Patterson, Robert U.. . Patterson, William .... Payden, Carl l. ...... . .Sophomore-47 Pearson, James Keith ..... ,... Pearce, James F.. ...... . . . . Peck, Eurella R. ...... . Pierce, Kenneth A.. . . Penscef, Ben. L.. . . Peper, Craig K. ..... . Perrott, Harold R. .... . Perry, A. Rowland ,.... Perry, Dave V. ..... . Perry, Dorothy E .... . . Perry, Florence M. ... Perry, H. Virginia... Perry, Robert E. .... . . Peters, Julia V. ...... . Peter Peter Peter Peter Peter Peter son, Raymoncil C. W. ..... . . . . Peu eot, PfeFFerle, Philli Philli Piel, 150 son, M. Stanton... son, Bertil E.. . . .. son, Edmund R. ..... .... son, Francis E. ........ . . . . son, Gunbor E. .... .... . ... ps, Evelyn ...... pps, Mary V .... Ardis F. ..... . Lawrence W. ..... . . . . F. Bette ........ .... Senior-114 Junior Freshman-56 Junior Freshman Freshman Sophomore-61-98 Freshman Sophomore Fresmhan-117 Freshman-11 Q Senior-39 Junior Sophomore Junior Senior-1 16 Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore-101-1122 Freshman-97 Sophomore Sophomore-45-115 Freshman-92-98 Freshman-59-98 Freshman Junior Sophomore-59 Junior-56-1OO Sophomore Freshman Senior Sophomore-64 Freshman Junior Freshman Freshman .Senior-39 Sophomore Freshman-106 Sophomore Sophomore-101 Freshman Sophomore Freshman-59 Freshman Senior Sophomore Senior-Q3-39-99-97-108 Junior-44-97-1 O9-1 1 4-1 QQ- 1Q3 Freshman Senior Freshman Junior-1 1 5-116 Junior Sophomore-62 Junior Sophomore-81 Freshman Junior Senior Sophomore-53 Sophomore Junior-56 Freshman Sophomore Junior-114 Senior Junior-99-117-11 8 Freshman Freshman-56-97-101 Freshman Sophomore-89-119 Junior Senior-39 Junior-53-100-101 Senior Sophomore Freshman-59 Sophomore Freshman Sophomore-89 Senior-116 Junior-61-98 Sophomore-74-92 Freshman Senior-39-85-104 Freshman NAME Pieper, Grace L.. . . . Pilliod, Harriet E.. .. Pioch, Bernice E ..... Pirie, Winiired J.. . .. Plicinski, Chester .... Pocs, Andrew J... .. Podlish, Max ...... Pollex, James H.. . .. Pollock, Berenice A... . Poneman, Sylvia .... Pontius, Clair C.. .. Popp, Jay A. ...... . Portman, Norma R.. .. Potter, Floyd A. .. . Potter, Jay L. ..... . Potts, Melvin J.. . .. Powell, Lynn S. ..... . Prentice, Ellen J ..... Price, Marian J. ... Prono, Beatrice H... Prono, Edward .. . Puckett, Violet L.. . . . Putnam, Robert M.. . .. Querl, Richard .... Quinn, John A.. . .. Rabbe, Charlotte E.. . . . Radecki, John l. .... . . Raeburn, Stewart J.. . .. Raitz, Evelyn M. .... Raitz, Vivian K. ... Ramlow, Ruth E. .. Randall, Marvin J.. .. Rankin, Robert ... Ransom, Donald J.. .. Ransome, Jack C... . . Rapp, Virginia. ..... Rappaport, Louis ...... Rapparlie, John H.. . .. Rath, Basil W. .... . Rath, Merle F. ..... ... Rathbun, Edward, Jr. . Ravin, Gscar . .... . Rayman, Warren S.. . Reddish, Max C.. .. Redman, Dorothy . .. Rees, Helen R. .... Rehm, Ernest D.. . . . Reichardt, Clair L.. .. Reinlein, Rita A. . Rentsch, Jack E. .... . Replogle, Betty Ann. . Rethmel, Robert C.. . . Retzke, Louise C. . . Rex, Willard A. ..... . Reynolds, Lewis M. ... Rhonehouse, George W.. . . Richards, Gretchen A.. Richards, John R. ..... . Richardson, Patricia L. . Richardson, William B.. Richardson, Leada ..... Richey, Charles E. .... . Rickard, Walter S. ... Ridenour, Walter W. . Rieder, Helen L.. . . . .. Rieman, Fred L. . .. Riley, Charles A. ..... . Riley, Laura Lee ....... Riman, Florence J. .... . Rinderknecht, Joseph E. Rinehart, C. Ann ...... Rinehart, Sarah L. ... Rinker, Thomas W. . . . Ritter, Mrs. Jeanne K. . Robb, Charles R. . ... Robertson, Forest E. . Robinson, Allen E. . . . Robinson, Betty Ellen. Robinson, Philip G. .. Robinson, Warren. . . Roehrs, Robert ....... Rogers, Forrest V.. . . Rogers, Pete W .... . Rogge, Jack G. ..... . Rogge, Robert J.. . .. Rollins, Marie V ..... Romine, lla Mae ..... Root, Basil T. ..... . Root, Catherine ..... Rosenberg, William .... Roshong, Walter M.. . . Rosie, Donald. ... . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . . . .Sophomore-117-119 . . . .Freshman-117 ....Freshman . . . .Junior-63-69-BQ-89-115-118 ....Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman ....Freshman . . . .Senior ....Freshman . . . .Freshman-61 . . . .Junior ....Freshman .. . .Senior-30-39-53-110 . . . .Freshman-64 . . . .Sophomore-47-59-87 ....Freshman . . . .Sophomore ....Freshman ....Freshman . . . .Senior ....Junior-39 . . . .Freshman-59 O ........Junior Sophomore . . ...... Freshman Sophomore . . . .Sophomore ... Senior-40-85-119 ....Junior-40-85-119 . . . .Sophomore ...Freshman . . . .Senior . . . .Sophomore-114 . . . .Freshman-1 O1 ....Senior-40 . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior- . . . .Junior 40-102-197 ....Junior-114 . . . .Junior ...Senior ....Junior-64 ....Junior-197 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior-192 ....Junior-106 . ...Freshman . . . .Sophomore-56 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior-90-104-113-118 . . . .Senior-Q3-30-40-50-51-59- 102 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ....Junior-77-113 . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior ....Senior-40-132 ... Senior ....Junior-67 . . . .Freshman -11 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Senior ....Senior--116 . . . .Freshman ... .Sophomore . . . .Junior- 81 ....Junior-119 . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-952 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-53-90-98-117 . . . .Freshman ....Senior-40 . . . .Freshman-59 . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-54 . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore-46-114 . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-90 ....Senior-40 . . . .Freshman-114 NAME Ross, Harry H. .,....... . Roth, Lillian M. ,........ . Rothlisberger, Oliver W.. . Rothman, Seymour D. .... . Ruby, William A. ....., . Rudick, Florence ..,...., Rudzinski, Anthony J... . . Rupp, Marvin D. .,... . Rupp, Raymond H .... . Rupp, Russell D. .. . Russ, Otto E.. . . . Rutz, George A.. .. Salway, Martin E., Jr... Samborn, Alfred H. . Sandler, Miriam ....,.... Sanger, Alvin B.. ..... .. Sanzenbacher, Dorothy Ann Sarvis, Wilbur C. ....... .. Sauer, Francis .....,... Saxton, John B. ..... . Sayen, Mary A. ...... . Schaal, Alice Jane .. . Schabeck, Frank J.. ..... Schaffer, Herbert F. . . . . Schaiberger, George L.. Schall, Ben J .... ........ Schall, Myron Meyer . Schall, Samuel M... . Schall, Sydney ....... Scharfy, G. Charles. . . Scheller, Heinz K. ... Schering, Herbert . . . Schlaff, Charles N.. . Schmakel, Edward C.. . Schmid, Nancy Ann. Schmidt, Fred H. ... Schmidt, Marion. . . Schneider, Edward . Schneider, Hazel H. . . Schneider, Lillian M. Schnelzer, Albert A. Schnorf, Lillian Mae .. Schoenfelt, Paul C., Jr. . Schramm, Bernard G. . Schramm, Robert F. . Schreder, Richard E. . . . Schroder, Maxwell H. . Schroeder, Wilbur C.. . .. Schultz, Charles A. ..,.. .. Schultz, Walden ......... Schumann, Reinhard R. G.. Schuster, Virginia L. ...,. . Schutz, Betty M. ....... . Schutz, Lucile M. . . . Schutz, Virginia R.. . .. Schwartz, Henry C. Schwartz, Jacob L.. . . Schwind, Frederick J. .. . Schwyn, Robert C.. . . Searight, Patricia A.. . . Searle, Gid J. ...... . Sears, Lucius J., Jr. .. Seeger, Dzris V. ..... . Seeman, Charles C .... . Seegal, Clara ........ Seiss, Ernest G. . . . Seiss, Jeanne .... Seiss, Martha ...... Seligman, William .... Serafin, F. Edward .... Serrels, Janet ...... . Severin, Norman ...... Seward, William P. ... Shadle, Robert L. .... . Shank, Bettae T. ..... . Sharfe, Sol ...,.,..... Sharfman, Louis M.. . .. Sharpe, Clair E. ...... . Sharpe, Milton W.. . . . Shaw, Joseph B., Jr .... Shaw, Robert A .,,.... Shawaker, Robert P.. . . Shelly, Sumner ....... Shemes, James F.. . .. Shepert, Florence E.. . . Sherman, Alma ....... Sherman, Leonard ..., Shiff, Yetta ........... Shockley, Alice M... . . Shore, A. Jule ...... Shore, Irving E.. . .. Shoub, Floyd H. ..,, . Shriver, Donald A.. . . . Shuer, Bernard B. ...... . Shulman, Herschel A.. . .. CLASSIFICATION-PAGE Sophomore Freshman Junior-67-122-'IQ4 Senior-40-61 -90 Junior Seri ior-30-40-69-81 -'I 'I S Freshman Junior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman-62 Freshman Senior-40 Sophomore-61 Freshman-'l 1 4 Senior-40 Freshman Freshman-53 Senior Freshman-67-87-'l'l4 Freshman Junior-115-116 Freshman Junior Sophomore-67-'IOB Freshman Senior-4'l Junior Freshman-53-'I 'l 4 Junior Junior Sophomore Freshman-90 Junior Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore-'I 'l 4 Freshman-90 NAME Shultz, Dorothy J.. . . Shultz, Edwin M ..... .. Shunk, Edward W.. . .. Siadak, Bertha E.. . .. Siebert, Fred L.. ..... Siemens, Clifford G. .. Simonds, Josephine . Simonds, Mary E.. . .. Simonet, Alfonso ... Simons, Foyle W.. .. Sing, Danny Yuke . .. Singal, Lillian L... . Singal, Minnie.. .. Singal, Sam A... . . . Sinko, George ..... Skalkos, Peter B.. . .. Slagle, Erwin H. ...... . Slovak, Martin ...... .. Smallwood, Clifford A. Smith, Ben C. ..... . , Carl D. ..... . Smith, Charles C. .. Smith, Donald L. Smith Smith Earl P. .. Smithi Marjorie L. .. Smith Marvin E.. Smithi Mai B. . Smith, Ralph W. .... . Smith, Richard D. . Smith, Robert M. . Smith, Vernon R. ... Smith, William V. Snearing, William C. . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore ....Freshman ....Senior-30-4'l-50-5'l-59-of 'l'l6 ...Senior-4'l ....Freshman . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman-48 ....Freshman . . . .Sophomore-47 . . . .Freshman . . . .Senior . . . .Junior . . . .Sophomore . ...Junior . . . .Freshman-48 . . . .Freshman-56 ....Freshman ....Junior-49-68-69-73-'IO3-'l'IB . . . .Freshman-56 . . . .Freshman ....Freshman ....Freshman-'l'lQ ..-Junior-'VIQ . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-116 .. . .Freshman Freshman-53 Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Junior--64 Junior Freshman Freshman-56 Senior Senior-'l OO-'l O1-114 Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Senior Freshman-64 Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore-64 Sophomore Freshman-'l O1 Sophomore-69 Freshman Snell, A. Betty ..... Snell, Nell I. .. Snider, Hazel E. Snyder, Inez L. . .. . Snyder, Jane W. . Somerville, Norman A. . Sommers, Earl F. . . Southard, Edward T.. .. Spaulding, Grace E. . Spaur, June L. .... . Spearing, Allen D. . Spicer, Wilfred C. . . Spooner, Jack A. Spooner, John M. . . Sprague, Alice V. ... . Sprengel, William H. Sprunk, Lenore R.. . Sprunk, William A. . . Squire, Lydia J. .... Squire, M. Guy ....... Staab, Edward M., Jr. Stachowicz, Virginia M. Stader, Marien D.. . . . Staelin, Mrs. Margaret Stahlwood, Amy E .... . . Staiger, Jane G. .... . Stallings, Odessa E. Standish, Genevieve A. Stang, Thomas C .... . .. . CLASSIFICATION-PAGE . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman ....Junior-B5 . . . .Freshman-53 ....Senior-41-'l'l4-l'l5 ...Senior-73 .....Senior-41-73 . . . .Freshman-'l O6 . . . . .Freshman-56-98 . .. .Sophomore .....Junior-'l'l3-'l'l8 .....Senior-4'l-'lO'l-'l'l7-'l'l8 . . . Senior-41-89-99-'l'l8 . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Senior-41 .. ...Freshman . ..... Freshman-129-'IQ4 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . . .Sophomore . .... Junior . . . .Sophomore ....Junior-79 ....Junior-56 ...Senior-4'l-'l'lO . . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman-54 . . . .Sophomore-46-54 . .... Sophomore ... Junior-6'l-'IQQ-'IQ4 . . . Freshman-47-59 . . ...Freshman .. .Senior-4'l-68-69-7'l .. .Freshman-'l'lQ .....Freshman . . .Freshman ... Junior-'l QQ . . . .Freshman Junior-'IQQ-'IQ3 . . . . .Sophomore-'l'lE2 ...Sophomore-'lOl-'l'lB . .Sophomore-'l'l5 ....Junior-67-'lO'l-'l'l4-'l'l6-'l'l9 . . . .Freshman-67-114-'l QQ-'IQ4 Senior-30-41-99-T16 . . . . .Freshman .... Freshman . . . . .Freshman . . . . Junior . . .Freshman . . . . .Junior .. ...Junior . . . . .Freshman-48 . . . .... Freshman . . . Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman-99 . . . . Sophomo . ..... Freshman FZ . . . .Freshman-98 Starks, Carl .......... ... Junior Starner, Ronald E. . . .. .. ..Senior-41-54-'l'l5-116 Stausmire, Frieda M. . . . . ..... Junior Stautzenberger, Betty Jane. . . ..... Freshman Stead, James R.. .... .. Steele, Sidney R. ..... . Stein, Alfred ...... Steinberg, Morton .... Stewart, Charles L. . . Stewart, Spencer J.. . . Stimson, William F.. .. Stitzer, Dorothy S. .... . Stoddard, George l. . . . Stone, Mrs. Harriet V.. .. Stowell, E. Jane. .... . Straka, Frank C. .... . .. Streetman, Rosabelle. . . . Streit, Elroy D. ...... . . Striggow, Jack E.. . . Strong, Dorothy L. . . Struble, George C. . . . Studer, Ruby L. .... . Stump, Lewis S. ...... . Stump, Robert L. ....... . Sturn, Mrs. M. Irene ..... Sturniolo, Rose C. .... . Sturtz, Lenore M.. . . . Stygles, Gene L. ..... . Summerfield, Henry G.. . . Susor, Robert ......... Sussman, Marjorie E.. .. Swaney, Audrey J. ..... . Swantusch, Lawrence E.. . Swartzberg, Ted ..... . . . Swaya, Helen M. .... . . . . ..... Sophomo . . ..... Freshman F2 Freshman-64 . . . . .Sophomo .....Sophomo . . . . .Freshman VZ FC Freshman-51 . . . . .Freshman . . ..... Sophomore-'l'l5 . . ..... Junior . . . . .Sophomore-47-49 . . . . .Sophomore .....Senior-'l'l3 .....Junior-54 .....Junior-53-'IO4 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Senior--116 . . . . .Sophomore .. . . .Senior . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-89 .. . .Freshman . . . .Freshman . . . .Freshman-62 . . . .Freshman 151 .....Freshman-54 Thomps NAME Sweeney, Frank T. ,.... . Sweet, Arthur W. ..... . Swihart, Willard E ...... Swishe Sypret, Martha E ...,... Tallman, John A .,., Tallman , Virginia L.. .. Tarshis, Elenor F ...,. Ta lor Howard F ..,. . rein, iaiaidfa M. D.. . .. Teize, Arnold H.. . . . Teufel, Elaine M.. . .. Tha rr, Doris M. ..... . Thom, Jack C. ........ . Thomas, Clarence L.. . Thomas, David P. .... . Thomas, James L. ...... . Thomas, Nettie Bell ,... Thomas, William N. .... on, Charles E.. . . Thompson, Emily E. .... . Thompson, Meade D.. . . Thornburgh, Adloph W. Thorp, Anna Belle .... Thorpe, John G ...... . Ticknor DeMilt F.. . .. Timm, Marvin A. .... . Tobin, William C.. .. CLASSIFICATION-PAGE .......Sophomore-'I9 . . ..... Sophomore . . . .Sophomore . . . .Junior r, Mrs. Maxine C.. . .. . . ..... Sophomore .......Junior-30-42-53 . . . . .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . .Freshman .. .Freshman-59 . . .Freshman . . .Freshman . . .Freshman . . .Junior ...Senior-4Q . . .Freshman .. .Junior . . .Senior .....Junior-79-119 .. .Freshman .. .Freshman . . ..... Sophomore . . .Freshman-67 . .... Junior . . . . .Junior . . . .Freshman-53 Todd, Margery W.. . . . . .Junior Tohle, Paul H. ...... ..... F reshman-67-'l'l9 Tom, Elgin. ......., ..... S ophomore Torgler, Arthur F. .... ..... F reshman-56 Totell, Mary Louise .... ..... S ophomore Tracy, Parker C. ....... ..... J unior-'l'l6 Treen, James C. ..... ..... F reshman Trepinski, Paul E. .... ..... S ophomore Treuhalt, Ralph L... . ..... Senior Treuhaft, Roy ..... ..... S ophomore Troup, Robert W.. . . . . .Freshman-48-53 Tucker, Lloyd M. ..... . . .Freshman Turner, Frank L. ........ .. .Sophomore Turner, Marguerite E.. . . ....... Freshman Ulmer, Ted .............. ......... S enior-89-90-92-96-108 Underwood, William. . . ... ....... Freshman-45-59 Urschel, Mrs. Elizabeth S. . ,...... Freshman VanCleve, Florence .... VanDyke, Orland L.. . .. VanSickle, Carl F. .... . Vaughn, Charles W.. . .. Verral, Mrs. Faye B.. . . Vischer, Harold H... . . Vogel, Charles West. Vogel, Elizabeth J. . . Vogel, Jeanne F.. . . Vogel, Mrs. Leah A.. . . Vogel, Marilynn L.. . .. Vogel, Mary A.. . . . Vogel, Robert W ..... Volt, Mary ......... Wachtell, Charles W.. . . Wachter, C. Frederick.. Wada, Dorothy K. ..... . Wade, Reynolds W., Jr.. Wade, Robert M. ..... . Waedel, Mary W. .. . Wagner, Carolyn E... Wagner, Owen B. .... . Wagner, Wilbert W. ... Waldvogel, Lorene E.. . . Waldvogel, Muriel M.. . Walinski, Eugene F. .... . Walker, Edward J.. . . Walker, Ernest J. . . . Walker, Jane ....... Walser, Maxine L.. .. Walter, Henry P.. . .. Ward, Charlotte . .. Ward, George ...... Warnke, Richard C.. . . Warren, Carl W ........ Warren, Eugene B. .... . Wascsepinecz, Louis E. . Wasmundt, Clarence L.. . Wasserman, Eugene I.. . . Waters, M. Marie ...... Watson, Mrs. Esther H.. Watson, Thelma Mae .... 159 V .........Freshman .. .Sophomore . . . .Sophomore-61-98 . . . . .Sophomore . . . . .Freshman .....Senior-4'l-67-90 . . .Freshman .. .Freshman .. ...Sophomore . . . . .Junior .....Junior-79 .....Senior-4Q-7'l .......Junior-53 .........Senior-42 W . ........ Freshman-59 . . ..... Junior-53 . . . . . .Sophomore-119 . . ..... Sophomore-110-119 . . . . .Sophomore-67-'l QQ .....Junior-115 . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman . . . . .Freshman .. ... .Sophomore . . .Junior . . .Junior . . .Freshman-56 ...Senior-44-SO-59-116 . . .Senior-49-73 . . .Senior-49-68-69-82 . . .Freshman . . .Senior-42-119 . . .Sophomore . . . .Freshman . . .Junior-59 . . . .Freshman . . .Freshman . . .Sophomore--54 ....Junior-90 .. .Sophomore . . .Freshman .. .Sophomore NAME Watson, Wayne H.. . .. Watts, Claude H., Jr... Weaver, John R. .... . Webb, Donald R. ..... . Webb, Lucille E ....... Webb, Mrs. Mary M... Weber, Ann . ..... . Weber, Seiglinde l. . Webster, Elizabeth M. Weed, Annabel G.. .. Weinberg, Irving ..... Weiss, Philip ........ Weldon, Robert D.. . Welling, Gerald R... Wells, Edward W. . Welty, M. Eloise ..... Wemmer, Jack H. .... . Wendel, Howard. ... Wendeln, Mrs. Suzanne Wendt, Irene F. ...... . Wengrow, Sam ....... Wentz, Betty Joan . . Wenz, Caroline M. .. Wetcher, Paul L. ..... . Wexler, David ........ Whipple, Mrs. Helen G .... Whitacre, Harry F.. .. White, Howard E.. . . White, Margaret A.. . . White, William V... .. Whitehead, Burton R. . Whitehead, Philip R. .. Whitesell, Howard J. . Wholf, Eiliene E. ..... . Wickter, John G.. . . . Wickter, Ralph A. .... . Weise, Richard B. .... . Wiesehahn, Dorothea K. Wiesenberg, Ralph F.. Wight, Robert S. .... . Wilbur, R. Rae ........ Wilcox, Germaine C. . Wileman, Lloyd H. . . Wilke, Robert E. .... . Williams, Alice C. ... Williams, Richard E. . Williams, Warren W. Williams, William D.. . Williamson, Virginia G. Willis, Dorothy H.. .. Wilson, Bernard E.. . Wilson, Glenn O.. .. Wilson, Mary Helen . Wilson, Richard D... Wine, Mary Jane.. . Wing, Barbara ........ Winslow, Richard W.. . Winter, Floyd E. .... . Winzeler, Charles C.. Wise, Barbara S.. .... Wisniewski, Stanley G. Wolfe, H. Richard ... Wolfgang, Alfred N.. Wolson, Max A ...... Wonders, Dorothy E. Wonders, Florence E. . Wood, Dean. . Wooll, Mrs. Augusta G. Woolford, Dorothy. . . 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