University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)

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From these we've fashioned, as a task of love And tempered in the ires of loyalty Another LinC, that thru the years will prove Our Alma Mater, we are one with thee. -X C F5 - 'C rmijg- all f 1 l 9 7 5 7 l 5 I V i l 1 1 P l , qw s f' I- rf W 2 ws M ssss sss ss sss sss 'Awww saw s ss ass s m ss xxx F m s ss s sss sss ss sss ms ss s s sss sssms ass s s mmm s sss ssss sss s sss ss sss s s ss sm, BH ssn ass ss ss sss s s sfss s s sf- asf m as F9935 gf msss ADMINISTRATION HALL we , - s I s , f Hi s H s H . H 2 A M s H -I . s H--H' ss s . sl sm I, . ms s E s s ss s W s ss - W H ., I1 ' Hs .ss s w s . , ss M , : . s- s , s M 5 , ss . ss , ' 5 , S8 Q - - s I -' . , H: 1 , ,, s . . . V . E , E - . .ss ' ss tw ss, E ss sssms 5 . ,I ss . .- ,, s . s - 5 NI ss -s , s ,ss .wus E s E s .. s sm E s .- s - I gsm .s ,Mss . , s ,- BH , s 's s . s , :1 IE' ' ' I s s , s s I , , f s, .s - I, 5 s . 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CJ , 2 1 4 s --, , :I ug f fax ,. .,, " Y-'iiigffli :TfjQf.-Li!"-I-,.-, ,V ' 'J V' ' -' -1 'Y 13,-15,,,1f.'i"i -fifiil 'L J w 1 7 ' lf' Jw' QF' " 'lsr-if "Mal ,TLTTT Q5 f"'ii,'if -- , f -T 'T'-fb 4' I-, 1-., if? 'al fl- 7'-Tmi3miDC5 it l , Evhiraiinn . . . A To him who has so loyally supported every school activity and who has taken such interest in all student affairs we dedi- cate this the 1925 edition of the LinC. CHARLES EDGAR TORBET I N I l l l X . l ' il mill V ifql if ' - e ee e i?l'f'TiffiE,'.- He L+-J s i 1 59 lei fl 1 i ii if -+4115-e?,1,.,e1:--1 l 6 ' , J ""',,TT ? 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Mr. Richard Rosencranz PLASSIFICATION OF TRUSTEES AS TO EXPIRATION OF TERMS Conference 1 9 2 5 B1 hop F D Leete Rev A E Cralg D D Rev ohn W Hmchcr E V Hawkms. e S Ward D D Rev C Whrlze D D 1926 T Mortorr McDonald W1lbur Er kme Rev E A RODCICSOII D G S Twrbox Rlchard Rosencrunz Benjamm F Adams 1927 Bxshop Wm F Anderson Wrlton M Wheeler Rev Geo H Murplry D Doctor S Copelwnd Mr John A Rowe Rex C E Flynn Chamber of Commerce 1 92 5' ohn Nolm L Iglehe ut D D D I Y Welboru 1926 Col W H McCurdy S1115 Ichenhruscr D Henry C Kleymcyer 1927 Dr Geo S Clifford Rev Wm N Dresel Mr S rmucl L Mwy 14 At L1rge 1 9 2 '5 Rev John Mann Walk Arthur H Sapp Mr Charles E Ford 192 6 Heldns Clements Dr Allen D Albert Srmuel L Orr 1927 Mr I V Strmson Mr Geo S Waters M1 C1 xrence Lexch erD J 1 . 's . . D I 1 . , V . I . . L , . r. . . . ' 1 . R v. J. . ' , . . . J, . , . . T s ' ' EF 2 . . ' . . . ' , . . . 2 , . . . . . . . ' , . D. . 2 f . . 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R1 'SK al I -I III -If I..V ,IJ I I I II I I I' VII 7 E I I Z I MI IJ ,JIJI II I II 54 ' 'S i " RICHARD ROSENCRANZ, Secretzwy. NVILBUR ERSKINE, Treasurer. I II I I I I 'I.II .. ..,,,. "iIQw,A I -I IIx.:.-fm. I I ' I ' III I - ' I I q , 'Ifffl I I Qi-:QQ - -f -- A---i .I I- 4-f- 125: .Age-M--Qi-' ,-----7 fn? I K. I I GI IQQWEU-I 'TI I I-lQ'7lfl33J it-1-il" I-7-a"'w4-'JI If fIfI'?:v:::'if if if: I I LJ JI, IP:-are N.-.,1:11:rT' 4.34, 1,1-.L-. IIS ff 23 i K ru ' M get H V W1 ,I ':, 1 .H,,,-.?,.. LAM QL x-A I E gl? luring? I ! J 1 Tgit V . I u,. 1 ,-J 1 1 'a U1 Us ii LH X w ,Q .'i' .x. Lf Q9 W ,, , fFUi2'L'f1-5 Jim b 5' ,Tjpfw fi? 7-----2:-, L----S +1iZ5?fiL1iIggiilLgQg2iyQ?2 Q?12iQI BOARD OF TRUSTEES ALLEN D. ALBERT DR. J. S. COPELAND Wif f V' ,f 9 "A: X f DR. JNO. G. WHITE BENJ- F- ADAMS f 'X .1 F fx ' F, ,v WW. 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D., Moores A, B., Campbell College, "-'ll P-' r U' -' H'll cu W li unce on 'n1ve1s1ty. 1 o ege. A. M., University of Kansas. li I A. M., Maryville College. Professor of Zoology. Professor of Education. ll I Ph. D., University of Michigan. alflj lggofg-ssgrlgf Latin and Greek. EQ, gl ' i e a alma. H ff? Y ii . L wi ill i I lg 2 . Ullllwff I l . 4. x ff . 'lil I emo ff" '5l 1:1 lr - . r X f f f -H!! l ' R ' 1 f fi? Q12 li l,j5i'5'., HERBERT L. HEIDECKER OLAF HOVDA HOMER L. HUMKE Degree, Conservatory, Nurem- A. B., A. M., University of Min? Diploma, Indiana State Normal . berg, Germany. nesota. 1 f G tt, A. B., Tri-State College. ,-ij?-, Gradueie Royal Academy of P1genD-- Umvelblty 0 oe m' A. M., Indiana University. Nfl' Musxc and Arte' Profeesor of Physics and Act- Associate Professor of Educa- Professor of Music. ing Head of the Department tion. "1 of Mathematics. I ' Phi Beta Kappa. vl'l I or ll QL, 1 iv i,aV!QfX If I 1 1 1 gl MM. 'iili lr .ll Lil ,J N . 'f'l?'jQ2j'1?' X. Q.. 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No pen can rightfully portray The Seniors' saintecl name, But in the pages following You may behold their fame. N- 1: -. I 1-warms L , r f- - - -. .' 1,--Af--.., -- ,.? -- V ..f. -.,f.. ,- , , ,,.,,,, . f ' A Glnllvgv WA ,7 02 -In--G-Y -f"'L""i --ell to if 1133,-P: it .. ,,.F,-5.-.,--Nr ,,. A ,l ...,.......w.-. L - .,..-JL, .-, 5" .f,.-,-,ff ,, .X W-, :1"""j , W '4Aj'?jjj. f lf 'zijzgvk M cl li' - V-' ' i-'ff-111 ET? Fv ,l 1 r .QC 9,5 ' -Q!if2lil,Sii 34 . Ny-X, E 1-----LM LZ T- , . T :X f'f5!.,,Y ,ff 'lj--1+-,N I , N,-f , lj Q -.V, ' .' 1 LL." N' 'ru' W, A W-'?.,,, . WFA4- !A,, 1, iiirv -A: A 'XM' 1 V , 474.44-lib-Y ,Y . ,, ,!Yg,J 75 ll ,Q .., ,MN E fi JB ,H fljij 1 '7- .- W.- is P 1 lllll ' 1 ll n ,- . - - 1 f'N ff +A z.'k ,A if WQEIXQQEQEQE 35 If 1 'X Ei! ,g ' Q 11 Z if iii I U -Pa 1 MW Ewi I - I 5 'UQ ,I f 'F - . f In L7 1:1 1 gl lflnl ,I--:Lg ' I 1 - ff' .2 , 1 f-Frm' 1 f r' ' '.-T 4 ' M Fa' rE':"' I , if 1: ' ' ,ga he I, fl: 73: ' r-'It f f".".:: 'fl' 3 f. "f If '. 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' Q- url N MAYBELLE ALEXANDER ll if English 3 1 Science ' 1 - i L "The fairest garden in her looks, W I And in her mind the wisest books." if Theta Sigmag Writers' Clubg Circulation Manager' Crescent, , 1 X '23f".?.4g Editor Crescent fTwo quartersj '24-3 President Education l ' Q Club, '24-'25, President Theta Sigmas, '24f'25'g SecretaryfTreas- urer Writers' Club, '24"25'g Treasurer Thetas Sigmas, '24. 1 il' l Maybelle has occupied not only the first ranks alphabetically ,gil j during her four years of collgee life in E. C., but she has held I the same position scholastically. No task has been too difficult for her to undertake. The fact that she controlled the mouth- qi li, piece 'of all the students as editor of the Crescent, is proof l , enough that she accepted responsibility. Always characterized ' by a steadfastness of purpose, a dignified appearance, and an 1 if abundance of knowledge, she was the right one to be the first ,i lf? at president of the recently organized Education club. J' The unique honor of being the first in E. C. to definitely V, plan to teach in the elementary schools after receiving an A. 1 ' . B. degree goes to Maybelle, who is a pioneer advocate of this IJ new movement. She will doubtless be a force in causing others to follow her example. l 5 Ll fx lv.:-1 , ii' r ii' 3113?-'ffipll3?l 1 1 H -f ff' li 439-f 1 I ll li ,',.L,,4gL a fre-,.,..,, -, f "' iffffq , , Vfg.,.iif U: . ' -'f EI U arf se E--L, 'A' f, ee g':l,1g,Zg'lEg ,A i ' L--2 1'.f.. L' ,'FZg1'2.f ,it II.'Ll ' 1 Y--1 JEL 1 vile'-iff e'--"' ILT '11-9'-if ' Fil 232'-W 36 u f2fs5llfT1- tiff--aff dill ,. V , ,ii .1 w L? 'E qff. 4- If fl r 1 1 1' 1 lsprllflq'-f..j'?1"-'ffrxk f,-.. .-- I . , ' t l 5 X 7 11 V f V my CTI--.rm m1p,,,...-.Cf . ,, ,R ,i J it Au Q l , . N 6, 22 "",v-'---:J 1 t 5: - M Y entail E-- x ,YW ,4, , , . LOUIS BATEMAN Ch enustry Mathelnatlcs He was wont to speak plam 'md to the purpose V1cePres1dent Phllos 25' Baseball 22 23 Track Squad '72 Z3 umor ASSlStHHt Chem1stry 23 24 Semor ASS1SfdDf 24 25 One hears the CXPFCSSIOH a perfect gentleman so much that xt has become I1 trxte but xt IS the best posslble deserlptxon of Louls Bateman Earnest hard workmg smcere always pleasant and courteous he IS one of those men who may always be de pended upon Hxs work as assistant to Doctor Strlckler 15 ample proof of his ablllty Hls athletxc record shows that lus mtexests 'mr not eonnned to the classroom He xs an 'xll round good student one of whom the class may well be proud SENIORS ' r . . - . . . A . . 1 ' 9 3 V L 9 f S 1 S ' ' . ' . ' ' ' ' . ' ' 1 - - ., I , f , , . . . .. H - ' a I S ' 5 ' S 5 Q 1 ' ' . c ' 1 . . . 5' 'g . . ,,.. .vs ,. ,o I , f. '.1 'I f ,1 za-l ,1 g , ' U 1 , I , M 1 f :'f3T""'l.: fiigiilz 9 .,-fd' "L":"w ' fr 'f . ---f-r ,wi -- I. f-f-4 f f:...L iz: 1::,.'f-,...---"::.:e H1 11 w L- 3 1 " fi' "N'?'--N---f--A-ei" w"'il'- H - 'M , ,. ...,.....t-,' st.-M.. ---5 .- ' , , . l.,QfIlQ,.f"f' L -'F js," 1,,4gi,,i W ,ply -,,,K- VY :L ' 1-J X wr" fxf. - .1,- 37 lrp"'T -""u'7f" '-7' 'T' f ?"47TZfT'T'ql nofliam. -.5Ef iEi" -ra f-Pl 63 .LT T7 TAN 1, f::iffx..:s:1l.r: f-e---f lip-fn--rife- +L, ,www . 1 uh L,:..2.... ill l,l,ll as---1. Af- W. ..-.,.1z' Wiwiiu ' X ug, SENIORS I WIN lil!! l l-. flllu .fig ul mi' ll fl CQ l"i. l ill' 1: il 'IL TW Lili Ii - ll .,, ,. HELEN BERTELSEN 'English i l French I I "I never knew so young a body with so old a head." 'CEL 'W M Sigourneang Secretary Sigourneans, '22g President Spanish W' Club, '23g Treasurer Women's Council, '24g VicefPresident Ath- iw letic Board, '24g Treasurer of Y. W. C. A., '24g LinC Staff fArt I Editorj '24g President Sigourneans, Summer '24g Reader Writ' 4 ers' Club, '24g Vice-President Agassiz Club, '2'5g President Write I ers' Club, '25g President Sigourneans, 'Zig Treasurer S. G. A., Li 'Zig "Little Women," '24g Thespian Clubg Library Assistantg Qld- LinC, '21 lg Helen is one of the most versatile and charming students fi E. C. has ever had. She graduates at the early age of eighteen, rj a source of wonder to her classmates. She is popular with all lr 1 of the students and especially with her professors, as it is a ' I wellfknovvn fact that she is an "A" student. She is frank, , l unassuming and thoroughly democratic. She has great ability ' r as a leader, and in recognition of this fact her schoolmates have honored her with many offices. Her droll wit and unexpected Q sense of humor make her an unusually interesting companion. -Q - Helen was rather indifferent to certain members of the op' fftl - posite sex until an artistic engineer from Washington appeared. , At present she seems to be very much interested in him. She is planning to teach high school English, but we prophesy not I., for long, for Roy may develop into a Rob Roy and leave her 'lif students tQEQClT,R121.C5Ss-,y,'!,.N ' vf V?.5,.1:j.P1-Oi-34115,In l pf -Yfalgg N X-M if- 217 llii if l 72 illll Y ur. Y, 'j Yi ll fflrf ll V rr"-" r-F...-mfl. , W D 'i'5'39li'l r .-.----'Y . ,l5 ZT22 .,...... , r i' Q1 .I jj' if ' l'if2f ..e-l'q-l1,-'53..,,....E7.----2-fe4?4..-.1 ll -2-.TJ R-.-1--P---4 r '-s""'- 3 jf' j g.,:f1g::,,5 la 3 gg 2-1-f-1--' --------J '-----'x...f.. S38 rj-L--'-'fi 7 ' ' , TfjT..'ii4"""f.:',I1If- ..,.l PI,-lvl, in 1: f fd ,l . 1 ,r ' 1' F?-.Liz-5271 km-n li 5- Lfy ,L 5 9 fi' zf'ff":.' 'rn rr 1: TI' ,J l JI I , . ,,, ,f LENIES TALBERT BU CK History Enghsh He xs a student and a upe 'md good one Ph1lone1kean Latm Club Presxdent S G A 24 25 Critic ghxlonmkeans Seeond quarter '75 President Asa Gray Botany lu 25 Although Mr Buck came to us as a stran er m 1924 we soon found m lum not only a valuable addmon to the class but to the student body He has served very eihcxently as Presldent of the Student Government Association Not only has he shown h1mself to be a good executzve but by hxs en thuslastxc support of the act1v1t1es ofthe college and hxs conduct on the campus on all occaslons has shown lus worthmess as a leader among the students Wxth the exceptxon of a summer quarter here m 1921 he has taken his work at De Pauw and the Umverslty of North Dakota He has alxeady spent sxx successful years m lus pro fessxon as a h1gh school prxnclpal 111 North Dakota Lon ago he was convmced that man should not l1ve alone and took unto hxmself a w1fe He xs the proud father of 1 lxttle daughter udgmg by lus past record and our knowledge of h1m we can predxct nothmg but 1 happy and successful future ,f- 4 lu l ! llilll SENIORS y 4 M! w fll E fi l L......,I3 39 025.4 Tl lr llll mf: In J Lv 5 l 'Tx - V l n 'Jill T-,X l l I i ,Fx A kk Ida' l., l ik ' T l W li A P. . L n . 1 5 ll I - li hh VJ! b, , ' , , - , y . ' . ' ' l ' w . . . y . . . . ll , 1 ' ll . N . .. , . F up . , . , U 2 . -. I 1 . V . . , ? . I . . ? . ' 1 . I . 1 . ' D . ' 1 n g 1 ' - 11 u . I ' , l. ' l ' l ' ' l Fl5x,,. lv fsffwnifrfqm, lg e.f"f iil W- , I ' I Y zI,l,,,1 g-if . ,ll Llggeg lifoiffia alll E1 M.- ,.....e M:-W eff 12 .N e . e.t1ll.:f ij Q, I vgiftlif LU Y-. .Lf-?--' - 4 , of-f 1 -L--0 ---'T""" R--1-f .. , -I WT f'T....--M--3-" ' 5-rf-f--+f:i..,..,.e,, -EQ '-1'-"-"' e jff' if 3 'fiiiiiili gg' if 'V-'-one-ff eff -e -e-fl - fe fggql 3 V, F, vrf-f'f5'1f1' 'f i QQ gigLili:-qiamiLl,'f.3'i' X-Msg r "KW" lijifewfg ggi .gi flew GH ii' A Z3 -V'?'AW- ' ff 'li ,,fff......"':K'rffi -ga-Sq E? 'i 5lQc1-ifeglitfi C r-WR Y 5. -- ,,, , , ,,,, YY f--4, ,ff--if -vi-fw i' :fall cl SENIORS fad . l l Lily ll 451 lgfiqlll ll if ll: illfiii if ,ll ll if will ll llc f'l:':'N 5' F , ilflfl -ev BYFORD B. COX lilfil , 1 Q' Matlmematics Chemistry 9 ' ll li' I "Men of few words are the best men." llal Photozeteang College Debating Squad, '24f'25. al The class of '25' has attracted a number of students from lllk other institutions. It lured Byford Cox from Oakland City QW College where he had attended summer sessions during four X, years of teaching. This industry and capacity for hard work f ' has not abated since he enrolled in E. C. in the summer of Q... '24. His quiet manner covers hidden powers, as was demon' kj Wd- strated in the triangle debate. The class feels itself fortunate P' in adding such a member to its ranks in the Senior year. ll ,Pl ' elf 1 l ,, 'def fill? fx lf ' S 'rw '- ,e" '-. . r 1 ,.' V:-E' - A .,,,. W .. .,,. ' sv ,. 1 - ,, A , ffl ,IJ f: wi 1,--f---. .- - - ,I ,. ,.1,,,-.L I l ieff f- -- ..?.fw- K...-t-+- ff Y- -.r - . 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C 1:-Q if sllxf e,..rKffl1 '121f1ir1 .ff1 gf STANLEY GEORGE CUBBISON lvleclnnrcal E1'lg1I1EEl mg Wltlu throat of buss and adamantme lungs Ph1lone1kean Engmeexs Club Thesprlns T1c'1qu1er Phllo nelkeans 21 22 Three quarters Trexsurex Enyneers Club 21 22 22 23 QTWO years Yell Leader Phrlonexkeans 21 22 23 24 25' College Yell Leader 271 24 24 25' Two years LmC Staff fASS1StHUf Camera Ed1L01 24 L1nC Staff Camera Ednorj 25' Presndent Engrneers Club 24 25 fWhole YCHIJ V1cePres1dcnt Plulonexkeans 24 Presxdent Phrloner keuns WIHCCF ualter 25' Soe1alComm1ttee S G A 24 25' Sgt at Arms Phxlonexkewns 25 Iuclge Student G A Coult Cubby came to Evanswlle College trom Prmceton 1n 1920 He enrolled m the Engmeermg department and chd cooperatrve work But after two years of college l1fe he found xt monot onous and so took unto hunself a Ford Mary however not Lrzzle He rs an exeeedmgly popular young gentleman aeuve member of the Engmeers Club and the Plnlos and has been Pl'6SldCIlf, of both orgamzatrons and Kodak CdlCO1 of the LmC for two years Stanley can also be cons1cle1ecl quxte an accompllslmed entert'uner for he can lrrutwte the mhlbrtants of a barnyard to perfeetlon and make remalks wluclu me Slde spllttm He IS one of rh most Cl1fhUS1IlblIIC rooters for Evansvrlle Col lege Thls may be ewrplamed by the fact that be IS our ollreul no1seru'1ker He 15 full of pep v1m 'md energy when It comes to leadmg yells and so long as we remember the ex ertmg games staged at E C we wlll not be able to forget Cub "-'TEST 41 sEN1oRs 1 4 L11 1 W , 1 I , 1 1 gl , 1 ' '1s,l,i.f 4 1 ' . 7 . . . . l I I S ' " : I 3 "fs ' ' ' , . . . . . 1 . , 1. .' 4 ' ' 51 ' 1 ' . ' . . 2 '11 11 .. .. 11 - , , . , 1 y 1 , 1 f , . c ' . jg . 6' ' 'J : ' 1 ' . . . , . ' - . 1 4 ' a Q Q I 1 5 v 1 f - 's ' Q 1 l . Y . ' Q ', g - . . ' , 1 27. QM: u n . f . . l 1 - ' 1 A T 2' .. . . H . . 1 t ' l I . -an 1 . . . . , K 'fl I ' 1 . ' . ' I c A . ' , . ' 4 ' I . . G , e, P' , . . . l 1U . C . . . I ll l A A - ' 'E . 11 .. . r .. . . D . 1 . . . , , . , 1, y V . 1 b . H 1 51, by .. - - -- l K' 2"lf'!1i.:1:i:r. N 5, ,1 2.1-.Eu , ', x P' l i'1,"!'gG I N' I1 11r11l-,H l wfi 1 -T-if Y1' Vu, 4-' ' gl, ,-1 Qi, 11 ' '-,115 1' '55 - ."fti'1i...t."1 fr:-A-.Q-1 C 'irfiiiirl 11+ , ff'1,.. ?w F1-7'3i 111 115 -11-Lt' Eff' 'll 12 "t- '1 rf LJ ff"...L?I"L-' .41 .,. :za ll'-,J rliig V..-.1T.-gL.1 -.e:.wgi1..-1,11 A -11-.wal--: , 11 Gg.......Q.LJ 'n,lfe,.1,f mul. LM 'fr 1 PL L' I1'.1":5111'1iz1'? 1l I1 do - Pi-, if' '-Tijizll -'iff 11.9 L1 15'-E1-. 2 F1 F121 511 11-issffilbiies'-1 ! Y 1 ,, . , W -V ' vi- -3- Q ," 1, ' L, . f,,,g,....1a,, 1 Y f' ,.'-, .i.,'.f. oz "Juli . . , - 2 -..-i-.x.,:. M -Av -N, .T 'nf'-Yr-ggrrvdu I . il 1 ,::' ,xii- Il l . li, I at . ll li' Q li 'i lrll lllj M.. ZEE DUNNING lu Home Economics fl 5' Chemistry Lil "She floats upon the river of his thoughts." il Secretary Freshman Class, '22-'?.3g Secretary Y. W. C. A., 'Z2f'23: VicefPrcsident Athletic Board, '22923 President Sopho' H ll more Class, '22f'23g President Castalians, '22g Critic, '23g Vice' l President, '24g President Kentucky Club '23f'24g LinC Staff, Mull '24g President Thespians, '24f'25g President Y. W. C. A., '24f 'Zig Viceflbresident Castalians, 'Zig Business Manager of LinC, ' '25g Judge S. G. A. Court, '25, l "Zee" is one of our girls that hails from the state of good- Qzffg looking women. Since her Freshman year she has taken an ,'l"l'. active part in all college activities, having held practically every il possible office. During this time she has made many friends and will be greatly missed when she leaves in june. The familiar sight of "Zee and Gil" was missing from our ' l' campus this year. He will be back when school is out, how' l ever, and she will be able to devote all of her time to him. Q., We wish the "Mm" all possible success and a long and happy life. , . . 1 ! l 'l law .F 'W' 'LN ,I U :QL 5 LJ L2 iizllll ig.,-fl' 12.32, l5Q,1 ,' li WW :ff lgfggg gligje . .C 5 C . ,J-llll J 33 fliuiifsf 21- i::r-ff?f2:a.ef4s"fT:effJ.?..Q' l J L 7 l 'l'y -F "Wf"ff-vi ' , '-..Lf-- --- 5 V' ' 2 li U ff f-is 42 I 1 1 1 .1 ll 1 If ll 11 u 2 1... I l I - i 11 . , . 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 . -' ..-A, , --Q--2 1-1 W .1 1,,..-,..,.,- .,,. 11 ,.o 1 1, V., 1 1 1 11 1 1 , V 1 -,..--.-1 .W---1 ,V-f,i..,,1 X, 1 11 14 .5 .1 1 -1 4 , A n1-,..3'-,1-f----ef-g,-.,.. l-Kb "3 ...:- :4 .115-nk jg.-1 1 I J.. '. Q, ' ..-jg 1171, 1, "if-E:.:Z,iiTe'-' 'Fri DOROTHY L EISSLER Blble Englxsh blue is ln the calm and proud possessxon of eternal thxngs Sxgournean Oxford Club Dorothy has always had a specxal Interest 111 the phllosophlcal and biblical field of thought She taught IH the grades for a ye'xr but returned to Colle e to study furthm m her partxcuhr work As one of the 1ct1ve members of the Oxford Club she h1s shown her new on llfe To her llfe means servxce and IS worth lxvmg as long as there zs a chance to serve Llfe IS not all work for Dorothy however play has its place for xt has been said that a certain young m'm w1s oncc lost wh1le findmg hls way to her home Dorothys quiet personahty wnll mike hel long remcmbcled as a smceme and earnest member of the class of 25 SENIORS ,.1... 43 .J .....1 rg "4-1 l 1g ' l 1 .. X, I 1" W1 . 1lf1 1 . 1 - I n JI - xr- J' f l UH 1 1 1 1 L11 ' ' ,1 1 . 1 . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . , 1g . W1 ' - . 1 . . . 1 . r 1 1 1 . 1 , . 1 1 M1 I. 3 5 ' Q U " . . . '11 1 . - V' - , 1 N ' ' I K 1 . 11" '-1 . ' . . . ' 11 1. . . . . .41 ,-. W fx 11' f l753275lZlf7:l 'AW l ' , 1tl1"':.'fi ' ffl 4' .-f 'WWF fel a ll 1:1111 i 1l 111 Liu Tifi?fffE3i??.qQ--iil5?:T'je-fe-.5516 dili l .l ll 77 1FF'-'Tei::e?er9"4:?1-----ff'-' 1 1 ...-.1H.-,-f f..,,-...1 L-.--.L 71- .1 1'1g-11,1 1 -E -.4'i-.,4Q.f L,T1g.f. ' 24' ""'f' :lj I' 1 :::ui: T14 11111 A13 1- 2. 5, Fi fi lib U11 1ff.11Q..f1j1-1.llEf 1.11 Fd 'ifL?gE19i5.1i 75 . "' , , ff' ' ' if f---N I '-' I I 1 se s JV5T,,zfe',,3..- .fr -s. ,nicer efsfisgfrfii-. 1417 I.-iii? if f""'c-W5--seif'12i SENIORS ILM -II IDI I II i. r LSI' Iii. ' V' I ' IWII dial., I 52.55 Iv , EMILY G. ERK .fins V History ?l French I I IIT- YI "All times best of dark and bright ILIX Met in her aspect and her eyes." VicefPresident Y. W. C. A., '24-'2'ig Crescent Board, '24g I ' Latin Clubg Sigournean. VI Emily Grace .is one of our infant prodigies. She entered colf lege at Hfteen and, by attending summer school, completed her course in three years. Do not: imagine that she is at all freak- ish, however, or a dull grind. Far from it! She is full of fung IL' Q the happy, wholesome kind of girl whose cheerful willingness . 'to help makes her popular with all who know her. "A star I danced and under that I was horn," is as true of Emily as of FIJI Beatrice of old. How she ever chose so weightya subject as -' history is a puzzle to her friends, but we prophesy that even ancient history will cease to be as dry as dust in the classroom My over which she will preside next year. N' . II I ' .If':I,I of 'o . . II fir .iii Q 15, 1- 14 ry ' U 517 I IBIS I MII Q--1 I I 4 1-,Q 3 '-,' f I -ff, Q iff! ,jiigiiizg rag-'.-jig K K V V LY 7,17 I . is-':'1L-7fI'l....g ,-digg gfifffif I..,::fJ-+h:13J.....m...sfQ-'--- I .:rT21-:'qgg-,,-.i7'2""'Q"CzZ-,..'...2.f'f V 5.-I - If? 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EDYTHE GILLASPIE Hxstory Home Economms C1XllIZCd man cannot lxve without Looks 0fChC9tlH 21 22 23 Basketball 22 23 Y W C A The 'rbove quotatlon does not mem that cookmg 19 Edythes sole accomplishment but merely th'1t she is unusually grfted 111 that pamcular art Her muslcal ablhty has been dcmonstmted by her vxolm playmg and the students who remember her m her Sophomore year stxll marvel at the rapldlty Wltll wluch she eould wield her kmttmg needles In fact she started the lrmt img cra e at E C that year When she falled to return to college nt the begmmng of tlue year her enthusiasm and hearty co opemtzon in all student ac t1v1t1es were sadly mlseed However she returned m mme to gradtnte with the class of 25' and :ts members umte 111 saymg, Welcome back Edythe IH :N SENIORS ls .WJ ll 5,32 ll ,,, E r 'Fl l nf . sf r- """i-gl as fre' La ...FJ V ll? 3 .gefu ggi-.e-'.:'r"! E 45 . l X ig? JW l rl.. ., L . JL' V .1 1 W f-A fe ww vt l U . gl' J i '. lgwf, me 1 leg . l I W E W V Q . V , C .7 . . . . W W l Z l Q . . L JY l e I 5 gf:-1 ll-dl Q-'A l Hleh I f Hifi. gl I l --,me-were fill'-A-"""'T - ,Q-, f-'Q A -T-f...,-mfw , ..- ' l -4--52""r1--ff. ?+llglilfiffL'-if Fi -- e -:J--il 4 5'f""t 4' f H r mf5l1i:4QQ5garlfllL1,f r rt' We ' 1 75 I-l-,ia--?:2T','l ir Fifi , V v' ,..,Q:,,L.l.,....g, 'ffwi' -Q"T Y,.- ,.J,.. W L'fIf Q v ,-Q-las Ll, i"7f'?f'a'E ,-'U 1, ,. 'T-'-W, ,f""f' -fl .4 Q, . , "vrVi"'T+L---4:qir'7j,::.i-4-- H' yl if x :- ' Q fi ig L-qiifzsi,-f-flilyzc ,j.i,.,..'1'2T , H- -L--5'ir""'wi'f----421 il sl L kj V .pgessb L , 3 fi 'iff 1 1 " is rr'-N' sf r as e-fresh:,ffef4..,L.f' - is L'1"r-VJ l lg ld f l lui 5 sEN1oRs ly fir I 'tl Nw l l l ' I' I all . lla . l . U 5 p Wir! ' w 'U ml I 'Qtr ' I 4 l W "l -'W l J i 1 1 l l lf . l hi i l' . . 5 L, i, IKM wf- N WILLIAM F. GOULD, ,hi A ' Engineering fl 1 l , b V ix L 'WU Q "A proper man as one shall see in a summer's day." 'I President Engineers' Club, '22f'23g Treasurer Engineers' '23- J Q '24g VicefPresident S. G. A., '23-'24g Student Assistant Engi- l , neering Department, '24f'27. 3 - Q' "Bill" is a real workerg his work as assistant in the engineering Department proves that, for he has been of great help to Prof W fessor Robinson. Perhaps his eificiency is due to the careful management of his wifeg we who patronized the Tea Hut last ,L year remember the delicious things which were served there by L Mrs. Gould. ' 'X t Entering E. C. as a Sophomore, William at once entered l QL , wholefheartedly into the college activities and soon won a place f l ' in the regard and esteem of the students, a place which he has retained throughout his college career. w D H I f rfb msigl, re fs w- ,foil ,Ziff AN, ,J,, il in Um Q L W 'E' iii X, rl i , i"f.G1'.2iL...,"'En f Q jtEgLgii,E.v,! A fig-L-,fi i A lull if ",,ji13'm'?"' Leif-giif l -we-ee-ff F., init-" P55-vig-grff-fy-fii-::.! el W' +3 of 1: il it we 'W' if A .ff-it1:4:'i-lima: W as lg Y 'J fl 1. il mi' li thi ,,.,,,, ll 'a l fre e.-f'sT J Tj ri-fs L f3f:i"ffl' "1 l V VW 'f -J' salem , '--'Q ,H .22-db 2 'err W W., ,,, V , , .-,7,, ,W - -. -W V -4-.-f W- '-- V -:e...::,, W, , r 'L 2 f . V .- . , , - 1 ...-,?s.., 1 rv--M-M-e ff-:...fw MJ ...---:wg . '-f ,L 9' 3 W ,- 1, 1 , .V I , thi. f'f:?...E.e----- 'Qs -ge-+ 51 .4-,L ff QL L Q Q, to f -1--Lvgll 4 LQ alle-2,-Je--Ley? alll SENIORS VICTOR HAAS Hxstory English A man of soverelgn parts he lb esteemed Mr Haas comes Lo us from Boonvllle and durmg hrs four years here he has always been a Boon to our college V1Ct0I IS mdeed a small man ln avolrdupols but valuables of hxgh quallty are seldom done up 1n large packages He IS not as loud and bmsterous as some of our boys but we have heard xt saxd that stlll water flows deep and who knows what power may be hxdden there only w'ut1ng for an oppmtumty to be released Concernmg hxs future we cannot tell we can say however that hls gentlemanly conduct his sxncere soc1al attxtude and h1s zeal for work have glven hrm a. wonderful start and won for hrm the lughest respect and fnendshxp of 111 E C students wrth whom he has come mto Contact -Min ,img B-11 ll Wu.. 'Y' X ri. -......-..--J.,s.:-EE.-?k...i. 41 , ll ll W x l AL, lqll' ,il l Pm 1 I w 1 ,ll l ll l JET' ' fe if l If if PX L3 ' ll f X3 F . fl X 1 u 1 'g Y u - - V V -,1 fy , .-.--.. I I . -V-?:I.3' 4 H . - ' - , gi me - ' .. .. ' H - 1 K y V f i ' 'v . C' ' ' 'D t t' ' if EQ w - - - , sv li' - 9 1 c i f V ' a I Q' "U lf I ' , ' ' 4 t . , I, -' 'Mi l-.r f . : y A if - if ' , ' ' .- uf lf-ff 1 - - . - - . 3 . if ,ll I in ' ' ' ' l l gf: ' H R f . 'W "E: . r , ,. 4 ' I lx-EFL! mi 1 'Q Q ' , ll ----- f--- " ----- --1 ll ff jnTgg1fgifgil v fr- ',1i7i,-w A " fl ,-4 4 Eli- 'T' Aj' 't M , 1 :V 1 j 1 .V 1, " Q' zlllzrffg l ,,fg..-, ,,k ,,,..-.:e-1-V. e,,,dl' n,,,,,,-,ia , ,,,-,,, ii.. 5 if rffix ri"f11v'.': ff ,N---e s,..,f:.-lfgi , :s-',u-,,.,,,,P X 4'---if ui'-"Ziff, F , .f.-,f:s,g N5 ,.1 f- '-'-" 'L,T"'f"' 1 , 1 "'-' ' '.-2. u ,li ,L-?f:'TI':. gy L .9 f' EiEk4' 'c7U35iLdYH3f?Q5Zu9-allT SENIORS J I I tu W THELMA HALL xi History ' Science "Black eyes with wondrous witching charm." E AWTAMI Theta Sigmag Writers' Clubg Corridor Chairman Sweetser . " ' Q Hall, '23f'24g Treasurer House Government Sweetser Hall, '23- , '24g Vice-President Education Club, '24"2'ig Decorum Commit' l tee, '24f'25g Secretary Y. W. C. A., '24-"Zig President House I Government Hughes Hall, '24f'25g President Senior Class,"24f '2'5g Library Assistant, '23-'Zig Critic, Theta Si ma, "l7. g If you want anything from the library, ask the black-haired girl at the desk, She'll find it for you, no matter what you want. And that's only one of Thelmzfs many accomplishments, for she has done most of her school work in history and science, and has demonstrated- her literary ability in the Writers' Club. 1 She has made herself popular with faculty and students alike, ' by her industry and genuine frankness. Many times she has been the choice of the dormitory girls in their house government, and has taken an active interest throughout her four years in E, C. in the Y. W. C. A. The Seniors recognized Thelma's eificiency when they con' ferred on her the honor of class president, and it is chiefly due i to her efforts that the class of '25 was successfully piloted 5 through its last year in E. C. ff, A-. c ,,. ii,13::fy,:iz,,, 1' fa' ls, ffm mg e i-:le .Ls--i..-c if gi or M1 r gg nr -- - Y war rg 11'-f-rm-' V' r 13 - .t-.- -W in V Y L .., nu glyiggqgi :I gl bu i Q ,ii ,g i. - ..- . - , v..,,,.,,.. ,Ji I -7 af' Hi,-ggw -A Af: 48 1 fl-Q 1 1 111 iq'1q.l1l If ' in L 571 P 01 1 I 11,1 lui Q 1 1 1 1 1 'L 1 lv 111' f-51 or-is fodosl fl giijfy y gr 1 E ser. rr ,ve , , ., W Wee, -.,,,, T1 is CTV? F 1 1' H1 1' 1 .Q on 1111 111 YJ LOUISE HEIM Englrsh Educatron Of all the arts rn whrch the WISC excel Natures eh1ef mastcrprece IS wrrtrng well Treasurer Y W C A Summer 24 Chzurnrrn S G A corum Comm1ttee 24 25 Crescent, Strfl 24 25 L1te1ary Edr tor L1nC 25 Wrrters Club Lourse entered college thrs year for full tune work She h'rs done all of her work prexrous to th1s yeax rn extens1on and sum mer course rt E C except one summer 'rt the Un1vers1ty of 111111015 The frankness and candor of her nature and the qu.rl rty of her work mal-re us regret that she h'rs not been 1 mem ber of our class throughout the four years She doesn t mrnd glVlUg her op1n1on on you or anythmg else 1l' you 'rs-lr her The oprnron rs always Cl1HllCtCI'1ZCCl by her frml SI1'l1lC so thwt one doesn t mmd rf It rsnt wholly complrrnentwry She rs equ'rlly ready to grve anyone 'r quotntron he .rsks for Yes 1ts from Shakespeare or any other source we mrght ment on She rs brmgrrrg l'rurels to the chss through her brrllnncy m studres In sprte of stuchous llB.lDIfS she h'rs plenty of tune for outsrde work such as the Y W C A Wrrtcrs Club .md Stu dent Government As a member of the LIIIC Staff her work h'rs been mvaluzrble After grrduatron she rntends to return to her POSIUOII IH thc Evansvrlle schools but her plans mclude a Master s Degree 111 the not too drstant future 'md we prcdrct that she w1ll soon be teachmg rn college -R 1 fx K SENIORS 1 If l.?......,....J 49 1 rllll F41 PL FSE .- 1 l fl 1. 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" ' if :zz lm :1 12.-g1g:1l13Q 1111 'feflisiiigifziiiefs , X " 1:Qf.fQ4i., iii 'HT 1'1" th, l ,...., .5373-iii.,--f:r.1i U ff if-. ff- 5 H ll if 'l' Q 'C3"-sw 1fT'.-,-igi e:Y.lf...1'Qvj'L:-:AWK ,.,.-.1--' ,I if ,' . Q .I -1 Y, 1 by IL ,f Y :TP-shlfir - -- 1 I '----' lL::...aA .gg '.v'g-..gj..,.,f':::'.i ,Si-Q ...J-5 L...a.'e-'L-Q.:-:,i '--wr' l, SENIORS ' - v" "' "i'.',.+..-7,-l.i'T' . a- . 3.7. , - -..,1:...1-i:-f-- K-- L.- ', V. WILLARD HOYT Histo ry Latin "The kindest man, The best conditioned and unwearied spirit In doing courtesiesf' Critic Philos, 'Z2g VicefPresident Philos, 'Z4f'25g President Athletic Board, '23"25g Football, '23, Captain, '24, Baseball, '24 Vs7illard's disposition is rather thoughtful and silent, but his face reveals the underlying kindness and good will that have made him so well liked. His quiet, gentlemanly manner wins for him a warm spot in the hearts of all. "Still water runs deep," but Hoyt is not always grave. His athletic ability has helped E. C. both on the baseball and football field. Not only is he an excellent player but also an excellent student. He has the qualities that make for wellfearned success. f' N' ll'iiTf55T-ffl if P. 'fs-'V ,lf f.f"Q,'x .fx- ' i 1 2 if -fi, If N' 'X-Xia ig 'i-Us l,4g1j all 2 1 'Ni are . iff! ,. .-. ,,,,,-N xg-, N. . ,. Y .. ,. X rr --if--ri - V . , ,-4-,-,- .- V . -,d.f- l . ......-F-41-r ....-N1 ,ji ,JJ fl i Mania! '11, fr -- H, Y ' agJ......,...u..-,lg 1 J 1 L, v -a ,r, , ,..?a-..-.-M .,A.q ... .5 as ...ja ,i.......,, ,,,,.,,,..,,,1,,, I intl Li I" KH'-fv 'iff 1 .W Ep"1?:?'-:II , i ,- 7 L.: 1-. r imp' 'lily lg1.f.f: lj. . "'7.:':!fgSl'L:1'.:'ff-:f.374 50 lf sf ri r -,..s. rfb' i i i ',..,.f!-,.5fh.. I 'f' -4- ,ffxv 'l ---f-Q f--wr ,ll rg f. :,,1,.f.- if A5 ffl if L3 fjiljj-ETX' B- f----A ,J A , W L' "!'irL'j.Nlle,,1, .,,, grkaj L Q-'N3t"'Q"""s",,i3::::T?i :glizlil I ,fe .gee l1..:l llfl ng' ,.J, ..- llfl i , 1 ll v. 1- K, l s I R lim 5 "1 I l l W: T. xln' ul 1" fl fri ll 1 I I Mf-XRY ELLEN MCCLURE HISCOIY English When you do sung Id lnve you clo lt evel Slgournean Wrxters Club V1ceP1es1dcnt Slgoulneans 22 Presadent S1f,ourneans 23 Accompanxst of College Chorus '25 Y VV C A C1b1net '74 SCCICUIIY S G A 23 V1ceP1es1dent Womens Councnl 23 74 Treasuler S1gou1 ncans '74 LmC Stall 24 udge S G A Court 25 Have you sccn a tall sedate and stately femmme llguxe ghd mg m:11est1c1lly through the halls yet always qu1ct and per pctually Cl1l'l.USlf'lg an IlY'CS1SLll3lC spmt of smce11ty and tran quxlxty to all those about hm" Have you passed her xn the halls and felt that spec1a1 glenm of eordxalmty that spontaneous s1gn of 1ccof1n1t1on7 Of course you have and you wxll most readlly assent wlth Qurely l know to whom you refe1 You 'Ire spcaklnfv of Maly Ellen It 1 beyond questlon that lvluy Ellen wlth such a genuine pcxsomllty will reap unlumted success rcgmrdless of the field of her ende'1vo1 md especully 'ue we assured of thas when we lcun that he IS specnhzmg ln that most plast1e of the mterpretue xrts namely musxe Vkfhat wonders w1ll tlus ch11d of the west reveal when such an aclmlrable pelsonallty becomes lmked wxth thc soul of harmony' We all love her 'md would serve as her pages even those who know her only casually No wonclex then that one partxcu lar Page 1S devoted to her kuoxnxng hex so much more mtl l mate y W x hw 51 SENIORS e-a..,'r.-.-. Llrl, AVC -'13 V 'L l lr I Q mr' Ll .EJ P ri?"-1 ell' lil eg g.- J ill V gf, at by l-fl' . if E 1 gl . . . . - . , I . I . , I . , jbrlg M 'Zi-' g 4. Y. . . ,xi ' Q , 'L 3 it "AZ ' . .A ., ' .7242 ll lil" ' ' ' Q " 1' Q ' " A , ' Epi "R V' 1 'S, 1, -' 'L' r.' s 1.7. ' I -1 ill a . l . you .4 ll H ' ' ' f Q f . 'A l fl "Wil .irlf Wife l ll llfofi f':-.:':'sll . A i iss?-s.e-g T e l TE? 1 Im 'P Ti? f--M fa, 1 twill ui-fill NQQ ij g , -fl. 'rm 1, M H' -ffi- -- --ef ' V f...e. Y TV i J , SENIORS is Era W1 ph i ,J 9 1 Q ' l Lil y l -1- .1 T N a Q W 1 5, X x 's' rf' V , F . 5 ' x W N N I U NI ' " r . lil lb' J V X M fin ALLEEN MCGINNESS History Q 1 ' Home Economics I 2 .M X 2 f-1 1 w'1 "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Secretary Castulians, '23f'24g Treasurer Castalians, '23-'24g His- l torian Castalians, '24g Student Decorum, '23g Y. W. C. A. Cab- Tl inet, '24g Treasurer Senior Class, 'Zig Chorus, '25, k' g Alleen is the sweet, modest Senior so well described by the fq quotation. Her hard work and general faithfulness have won - for her a high place in the hearts of the professors, and her I ' bright cheerfulness has made her well liked by students. As W her name suggests, she is Irish, and everyone likes an Irishman -1 Q f --or woman. She says she's going to teach history after gradu- ,ll in :sf . -, . . , ation, but shes taking home economics to be prepared for fu' he J l ture changes. fl ' Q , 7 l , PJ -J 2-all-,J ' A. lm rw -st i 'I'-'3.5fl,f1!! . "' 1 A" -' f,iv'b.F c..' 'SUT e' !'l1IW'F'rl1ZP V- t W EL isis U i 1 iw rg.L.Dv1gwf2 iff? I I fi' -rl" -V W , Lil-12" -'e-z-E15 f. Y YA, x 4-7-fe 'T V ryfglmgjgq v - - --W lil 1 eg. ' 'leg aims Qi IQCQHQ S: 1121 fgF3'l'f,5f . f j-"TQ---L-i""-1. Q 1 , ,L -', L.,-...--fi L..---fir H'ql:.1-,lfam UL: 3-Y, ,. -.. ff' Y l-LQ "3" ' 'TV -' HZ, f . 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Q , 5,14 ,- ll l ful :Y lf: ll' V, I l I ll llfl V. l Q --lem ,flifl " Q LJ l -Mir l,L,?f---4-3 .V ' , '- - A -J he-2 ffzfaf-,, s..,.........l ' , 1, I FLOYD MOYER HISEOLY Mathematxcs SENIORS Of qulet temper and of judgment sound Moyer xs another one of those W1f11Ck county boys H corres fxom that secuon of the LOLIDCIY known as M1l1e1sbu1g Thls young mlm hh had scve1al YCHIS tcaclung CYPCIICHCC be foxe iimslung hls college wo1k He IS of 1 fuenclly quxet and smcere d19POS1f10I1 one of those types of men tlnt do not say much but thmk more After all lt 19 m such people that we place our faxth for the futme ol out democucy We lcel thut the communxty m wluch he Wlll hvc w1ll plck hun our to take '1 wortl1wh1le pmt m soclal 'md P0l1f1CZ1l Z1ClI1V1fI1CS gran! l"ee3z':""""'i '3 P-ll 5 L 53 l lil lf H lF nfl 4 F A lg W ll I Elph - fl 7' T l ' , L' 1 I I -EH, ,Ui ' . 1 l ra l A1 A I l VVQJU J , l ll ill T ' ll , ' . f , 1 " . - I .C .1 l 4 fl ref 'N ll il ffjgqgwg FL l mls: 3 M12 . we Eff+-feef:od'o ,f Snowifuiiwfw251-wiamggleoezlqffaq kl1E..T,'TL..,,,,,l IW Q W 21:-gn-Q ' ' ,.:-""-,,,,.,-, .'i3fb9?"f'r". . 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'Lois is pretty and fair, with blue eyes and shining curls. She is very attractive. Her sweet disposition and friendly smile have won for her many friends during her college career. Lois is very versatileg she is a good housekeeper and an exceptional student. She would not know how it felt to get anything less than an "A", She can recite a whole lesson by herself, and, if necesf sary, teach it. Her special interest is in Latin and Science. There is no doubt that Lois will be successful in her work as a teacher, for she has already had experience and proved her ability in this held. all I Y , l l 73215 'ei ,. U' J-A n ' Wi . '1 in l '51 Iii iw"-I 'V T J r 1' : :L .Je ' I.-M373-jg, r--A-rg TT, -V Y Wvg'-j.:jQ'Zfl.-L W' iii? T721 1,1-137' .,:jg"""'S"'W...L........ - rv Yyljia-.c',,g't'-l,,. jj,,-.W-L0 f.e.,.,-.-,A N-. fs '-,ly--1-f V - - r ..-J as 1.T1fiLf 1.2.7. 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W -,F l I V l I W il - l fl :rl I l, ll mi as in l ll l 1 l. 51' MJ "'- -,--L1----'-.:"f"1,,,'.. . .U 'A A--n , lim -awww wtf if sm .. -J in l I fl L 1 ALICE PLANE Home Economlcs Englxsh Sweet Ahcc whose han was so blOW11 Basketball 20 'I Trcasulcr Slgourneans 19 Secretary Sxg ourneans 70 q6fgC3HtZltAIH1S 21 Ahce wnth thc lovely dreamy eyes and curly brown han IS one of the all round guls of the class She has been able to 1nve1gle As from some of the most haullmearted proles sors of the college That IS saym a gleat deal but IC by no means mcludes all of Allces clmracterlstxcs hem mterests ab1l1 tlcs and talents axe wxdely vanecl She 1S an excellent pxamst an artlst of ab1hty was a membel of thc iilst Guls Basketball team and knows evc1yLhmg there IS to know about Domestxc Science Although Al1C6 15 seuous of purpose she has '1 kccn sense of humor WllC1CVEI' she IS she can be 1dent1Hed by hex clehght ful glggle She as a 5,111 whose frlendshlp lb well wolth cultx watmg as her close frlends can testxfy 55 SENIORS will l 1, l z -x ll 3 I so ga fl' all :-1l, ll 1 fl all ' . .-LJ l J X L I I 1 'Ja l ll ll ' il I ll lm 4 A - fi Lili! l, 1 ll 1. if pl 'l 1 i ' F lil l if-flu lf l il . 11 lffl LM fl -- - - . -- All g flli , ' 1 ' ' ' i tl ll as - fl li , '- 9 s A , ' . l ' e , - , fl l ,, 2 , , ' ' g f- , ' Fl n llllyfa ' l . 2. 5 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' L l ,N U . U .L . t . .Q I .I . PM la l l ll ,og1:'p I z.lf2',,l j i1fE3q5ai1i?:il 'i ,. ' fsl' A 'fn-521 lvl' lf ll j 5 , "'l ' ' HU' ll wise, ,-,,---l ,.o..?.o, ,- so so o s ll ll f ' l' A if-757 '32 75 iT4i'iTlT1'?:-?-M Q ggffr fgfilf ifnfolll ll Qii,g-...,-.s.,-,-' L...-v--f M-.-W- A--14 U- le V. f:5q1:,3l1 5-,ai 1,1 .,g',-,-og,g,R'..ML1l 1-. V 1.,,gr?wL11. .1 -1 f'3?'f'Tg1i1til,"- ffl al. T .yt ,,ff.f" ,----N ,aQk,,-,.g. li I ' i l it E' HJ ,ai lf ll ' s s -H so WWW iflflil ,l SENIORS il iw? el H New f 1 - "'j1gf3 ,1- 1 LH .gill In ,- ilwq re 5 owl! 4, fl all ,Ile V '5 'I I ll? ' L5 A f I l ' Q l :'?1,fE HALL1E QUINN , i W Home Economics ' English ,J WL V y e 1 Wjjf IT: l 1 vm I "Modest and shy as a nun was shef' l ,,,. ,,.a i The class of '25 has at least one modern woman in its ranks. "Alai Hallie Quinn QMrs. Quinn, if you pleasej is demonstrating the I V,-lp fact that she can manage both a husband and a college career V, N 1 wif W successfully at the same time. One would hardly suspect the "l 1 quiet little woman who goes unobtrusively about her work from ,N 1 day to day of so much enterprise, but it is there nevertheless. ' 1 qj Perhaps the fact that her major is domestic science and that she . --f hails from Kentucky solves the mystery. mln: i l - f-1 L l l Qrll ni t i . N w le gi F 1 it F il" w ga? WJ' if r e ef N Q f'lf"' ii ' fi-.--I-14 w "Pc:-2-4 " 1,-fm Aft. l:Tfli?'f""":Si v""l ' ' A x F"""'L' un 1 Lisle-6-few -fe-va'.,..,7s o 5 'ff-, 1 L' lg:j:"L1-f-ff ew fr'-' i LENS!--'M'?l? 3:-:----7"'-' L-1---73 f in '-"""S', V wa- f lst- N .A -- 56 11144 ' 1 Ill? l. L 'lla' I-, ll nf ll ll, llf rj n Y' f-'Y-1--:-lf... ,f-1 ' .f ... ,-. ffm , . ,,-,, .- . . . , - I, Q .1 - ' , -, - , ' 'f-"1 1- 1.1-1 fl l, p 'R .., vu ,. -ge, , .-"'f.'1-,N - r:.:,.-.31 '- -.ugl,T.IQ Li. I I. l f '1'-1----1' --l'?""f1'--::..-il? U l Q 'B Q . -1 l l -' l? fl fs ll-4-T' ,sfff-pf? , ,,,1ffT' fl .L L L :J -N -.4,Ju.l. J, Ly lj 7-' 1 7 , GILBERTF J SCHRODT En ghsh Bxble L J Sc1ence 'Ps S.. ,.....' To be 1 Well favored man IS a g1ft of fortune Phxlonexlcean Oxfold Club Chaplznn Ph1lone1keans 25 Vice President Seruor class 24 25' V1CCP1CS1dCHC Y M C A 24 27 Program Commxttce Asa Cray Bommcal Club 24 25 T11 angle Debate Butler Eulham Evansv1lle March 6 27 After studylng at Sr, Louls and Elmhurst Gilbert Leturned to hrs home college to flmsh his college czueel He has put pep into the class SIHCC hls aruval and 15 1 real llxe student H believes m I!11I1lSC6I'lI1g unto others and not ln bemg rnmlstered unto Oh yes' He carrles another honor he supports the only moustache of the Senior class Tlus 15 not hrs only clmm to fame for he ns a clebuter and he manages to make lus As straught along 'H l SENIORS M all e.!l,l M V.-. X --.X lil L l rs ls .......-52.3, 'P Tiff- -,H -L- Hl E L 57 '7-I 1 i I 1 i "Te ll. ,. .. -F-.c"'1-'T e 3-N -L--an lt Giifizg ,fir 'U , fifth C- -an .V V. C J H ,. , - . y ,, yi 34,1 if Q-JSI:-Fw--:rf-L-.-.J Q. 1 i. --,. V N , , 1 ,-lm,.-, -va ' 'ilig ' i'+T'fg 3-an -grurfief AQ""'7" 'rm lvl' ali! I SENIORS ' K rf.- 1,5211 lr ,JL Niall li l ilfgll l ,qle Mich! rw it l' gi igli I l : ll lrj ll .' LJ gm FRANCES SEVRINGHAUS X Home Economics ' English fill' 11 "A sweet attractive kind of grace." 15 Castaliang Treasurer Castalians, '22g Critic Castalians, '23g "--,K Secretary Castalians, '24g VicefPresident Junior Class, 'Z-15 Sec' ' retary Senior Class, 'Zig Crescent Staff, '23g LinC Staff, '24f'25. fn W Everyone who knows Frances loves her sweet smiles and 1 cheerful disposition. These alone are virtues enough for one girl, but Frances was liberally endowed, for she has many more. ' She is an accomplished pianist, and as secretary of the Senior W ip! class she has proved very elficient. L H1 This modest girl is a reminiscence of a type of woman now disappearing. She has taken all the courses offered in home economics, and no doubt will soon have the opportunity to put y 'U her knowledge to good use. As a member of the LinC staff ' I she has proved of valuable assistance. l 1 r .ill . R' r ,. . mi ,YYXX .' . ar l iliil 'sf'-5 f ,l,i5,V":7i I , BJ gQ,14h.-,."'.,,,,,f ' :--.- r, ll-1.---Y lli f' L lf--f zu I1 1 L . ii, - V 'ff' -1 Un 1' lv ,ir- - - fe -- . v, .. 1 .' 3 ,x 1 1 V. ef 58 A..-, ,A- ..- .iv .......,..a.......ii,-:.g.-.25 Mfr ,Q Qt, .. --A, U r"LI'f,-L-3 --1-U2-Q ff-- , ' ,ills fn :fZx,1,," -sc. is I, fl, f' fix -Q-Lil.,-r""."1'?1 lfjtil .cgi-F "iff ,lib L 1,11 'Y ILC my U X I 1'-"J -""'-"4 ' 'J -LQLQT f,.,.f 1 "' W""f1 1 'W 'Q f - C1 ' K -,J to g SENIORS I .l , , Til ' l H l 5 1 JI aiu! ll I . J '.- I I 5 1 M I WL PAULINE SIGLER En ghsh Hxstory Her sunny locks Hung m her temples l1ke a golden fleece 54 Castalxan Thespmns Chorus Secretary Castahans 21 23 23 24 Vlce Presxdent Cmstallans 23 24 Secretary jumor class 23 24 Secretary Thespxans 73 24 May Queen 24 Cflfll. Castalxans 24 Pres1dentCast'1l1ans 24 25 P1'CS1ClC11f Kentucky Club 24 25 Secretary Thesplans 24 25 Secretary History l and Pohtleal Sclcnce Club 24 25 Debate and Oratory Coun cl 24 25 VIC President House Government Hughes Hall 24 25 Rootexs Club 24 25 Sergeant '1tArms Castalrms 25 Intersocxety Councxl 24 25 LmC Staff 25 'I Paulme came to us 1n 21 and has done all of he1 work 1n Evansvxlle College Wlxen asked what state she IS from she tosses her golden brown curls that have the ghnt of Southern sunshme xn them and answers proudly Kentucky We doubt not that ten thousand cupxds hlde in those curls of hers How ever looks are not the only 'lssets Wl'11ClI she possesses The vanous offrces whrch she has held speak for both her popular rty and ab1l1ty She not only has looks and populauty to sparc but also she can act Among the many honors which she has taken m her college career IS that of bemg elected May ueen by the student body last year We cant rmagme such 1 tlung but she says she IS gomg to teach Englxsh m hzgh school next year 59 1 ll ll 3 al hjil 4 L A J, ,, ,, I , 4' ' ll' E J l 5 l 5 . 7 1 1 N Y 1 ef Lil lilly rl la, . ' Efllil . 2 I I ' p l, . A . I ...r M,,4,,.,g B Q I ' : ' 9 : ' -, ' 'Z , lr 5 I , ' " 1 ' . ' f' 1 ' ' l '1 , f 4 cf 2 ' , 2 5' W' . . . . ' 14. ,N J ' Q . I , - A .' . . In i' U 4 by l f V l K I I . K U K Q ll I 1 -rlisl . , . 5 ', ' K A - "b f ef ill .1Q1??7l 'N ,. FW' HClily4134-f1Q",KllICl! ' f l fs. ll rw will l , ,fri ilk X 1, V ,vs l N X 1 lil - veg: lf jig ll i l Q gfiiif-F L ,neg ' Tjiiffiit-7' ,iii 1133, 5121 I gl 5 I-l '-'A-zfiilfllqjj-ij A I. ff ,cts - as if . r ff: on "-Tu:-'i'1'w eff-e----. ,.: J C-, in- Q, 'H 4 f ref- .- irq, ig' L. sEN1oRs 3 lily? ff 1 iff' l ' , fl. ,l - sr l., ll, E lull bi u l U' , r 4'-l 1 -,IVA .la l I l - s-w 5 1 lx VIRGINIA SMITH f l Zoology Home Economics NI - J r I L., ni- ,L-. I Bl! -, 'Sv 1 7 "Her quiet manner cloaks her modesty." ' Only those who know her best realize how versatile Virginia ' fl really is, for she is one of those modest people who do their I ll s- ' best to hide their light under the proverbial bushel. We have .af it on excellent authority, however, that she is a good pianist, a capable housekeeper, and a staunch friend. She has been ,f- with us for the last two years of her college work only, trans- -U-W 1 ferring her credits from Oxford and from Kentucky State col- lb 5 lege at Lexington. Although she hails from Henderson, she has transferred her residence, along with her college affiliation, iQ I to Evansville. We hope that she has enjoyed her sojourn at X: L E. C. as much as we have enjoyed having her with us. 411 -'f' QQ' a A , ' l Q, .J 1- T' fy tv ltiwg4lilm ls. P I l ..'lQ1',"1 .I sifill l 55 :li ,,,s,. 15:1-': . - ""-Y 'Ai fx,-Z---L Y' 'limi ,jf-S---1 ' IYmiQf'gfTg1"ll1lffEE5'l.- f5'1'5Q'f'q----I H YM f':--1-5-.HK . W1 S , fi:---HY 7537" lllll , "f'7""Tf LU ifl:l.fi,l'llf if-E se -13--llll so ' iw MUG oo L' T1 'ff"'l?1' 'll 'TW I-if lui Elf i'l.fQL21sy.f1. 35 nd 60 yu 11 1 11 -. .v .J 11- 1 fs 1511, ,....-.. ,A an-11" ' f1"f1- 'A - ff....e+-ana f- SENIORS LW .J U IMA SPRINGSTON Home Econ oxmcs SCICHCB Her a1r her manner 111 who s1w aclmlred HISUOFIHH of Castahans 22 23 Secretary SWCCYSCI H111 2 '73 Treasu1:e1 Castallans 'W 24 TICTSUICI uruor Class 23 24 TICTSUICI Swectser H111 23 24 TICRSLIICI Hughes Hall 24 25 Laboratoxy ASS1StdDf ln B1o1og,y 25' L1nC Staff 25 Ima IS that g1r1 wlth the wonderful red 11111 and rega1 111 whxch evelyone talks about She lb one of the p1ett1est and best dressed g1r1s 1n Ev1nsv111e college and her bc1uty coupled Emth hex 1o11y good nature has ce1ta1n1y gamed her many rxencls and her unusual personahty h1s caused many 1 boy to fall and fall hard too She 1S a wonder at drawmg and as A11: Edxtor has done much to bcauufy the L1nC L-T.. nj l.......,.. 61 vii! r 1 if 111 M' 13" 13,151 ww: I '-'S A31 1. 11 rl 1 1 I 1 .111 7' G1 1 '1 1 L 1 1 11 1 L -, .Q 'J ' sg 5:71 1 .. . . ,. 11 Sb- .I . . , Q ,Q 5 b I 1 , Q2 . I K 4.11 - S.. 3 ' , ...f q 3 1 - " ' 1 1 ' 1 ,M B- N . A . - H T 512115 F 1 ' . . : -1 1 Wi , " ' 11 1+ - 1 1 C 1 1' fe, f' g,1,1'1Q3Q "- Her fascination for the "unfair" sex is rather well known, ' -5 51 1 1 ' : 1 , 'f- 1 -1'lfff1j' 1'f1fr13 1 I , :am 13,1 Que 1 l 1,14 I f:W11PfffPf5T'f fx 1 ' 1,,1- 1'.-, 11, ffl ' F' 1 121311 11 1-1- 1. I 1111-1' 1'---fe M ' 13 5 1 1 151-?l:j A -A,-if-f,.g:::m Al iff' Wiiiii 1? gif fl-.4 T243 f 11-'iiizdq , g'f-A 11 11 1 ciffztlgg Qg:::.-,13,L , A1 11.1, H411 , , Engl' N :zip--,sync-Wk, 1 1 ! 1f1af:,..'Z,,,f H-E--on 'l H1155 f g 1:13:21 Y' "-We--2 swf-Q'-fn' hh- ' lm- " .5 T: -QQ Qi? 5'-1 1 WF .-:ge 11.15 E113 fMill11-!21fgQ1gif...1. 'N fx. with M-Y A If fe s.,2,,., ,Q ny 'QQQQ ' ,NW U --7-A A'-+...a. . 5, K1 l Jn if ' - " ii -3 if Q cf' 1"'-W-as-www ' . .Q--ff 'lj:J....:2f+-'T-i'y'1.......-rss:-iffy: -L K ALJ .l.l..t.r 5 3 i""'M' ' L T- - fnififfg -'iifiliill ' fi .JU Q . SENIORS its L fl " . l .li , l il l W 3 x 'li w EDWARD S. STUTEVILLE History Science " l.Tl1E1'C'S a lean fellow beats all conquerorsf' '15 President Freshman Class, '21-'22g Secretary Philos, '22g Sec' l :lui retary Sophomore Class, '22-'23g Circulation Manager Crescent, " '2Zf'23g Captain Varsity Basketball, '24g Basketball, '22-'23f'Z4' , '25g Football, '23f'24g Baseball, '25'g Editorfin-chief of LinC, '25'. il ,al "Slim" is that tall fellow who almost has to stoop to drop balls in the basket. Although he has played basketball for l four years, his athletic achievement is not limited to this. He had the honor of scoring the first touchdown for E. C.g took ', the "one man" intramural track meet in '22g and won the ten- l l nis tournament in '24. His athletic prowess was recognized by allfwestern mention in football in '24, and allfstate mention in V basketball in '21. X incidentally, he won the iifty dollar prize in the student drive i during the College Advance, and followed up his winning streak at by winning a wife in '24, His big prize this year came in the I 1 form of a baby boy. Beginning his career as president of the Freshman class and ending as editor-infchief of the LinC, "Slim" has made good use of his four years in E. C. F5 as ee-. t .""g'i-l-il ,'f.'- ff-., J ' i 's' -'-' ai' ei. 1 H llfiliWL.,..4r l 21,11 I i o ie-, ..... xiii: , wifi' LCZLA-Q-:QL ""e"""'41l-kfi-l?A:L"S".'Ci-ll'l,5"'iT'iitiffllfdil "1 4 'J l.-L U f,'5I'1.11'I". 'Hai Ed ' "' ' ' V' QRS' ?.'--Yii1'f.YJx3i 511 ' N' 'I' A af'z:?f ' lgi-1.1-f'-J . ,mv-.,., ,wma ,-,,-..e - ,,,.,-nf.,-5-5, ,T-,.,,V Y, 62 1 'E 1 2 1 1 . V' ,HL 1122- 1 .J 1 11 ' l 1 il 11- 11 1 .J 'B 3 W Kg. ,..,,T... , rho' ' "' 'S' ,..,.C',.i,.., f-Q.1TC- i "- .,.., ,.,............ 1 , ,, . , ,,. .Wx ,. -.1 .,, .VI ,- foo -"',,f-4 . . 11 1 , V1 1 , 1 , Le: .,. ,r Ji"-"""-iv ,.-.. 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'CJ " V 1.v.,.Y,...,l..1i ugly INGLE C TRIMBLE Degree of ClVll Engmeer Depzutment ol' Eng1nce1111g Who mixed 1e15on wxth pleasure md wxsdom w1tl1 n111tl1 Ph1lone1ke.1n Englneers Club P1cs1dent Engbmeers Club 21 22 V1cePres1denr EHLIHCCLS Club 22 2.1 23 24 T1ez1s urcr Engmecrs Club 24 25 T1easu1cr Pl11lone1kc1n W1DtCl uarter 27 CY1t1C Pl11lOI1C1lCC'1H 23 Baseball 24 Ingle has the honor of bemg the youngest man 111 the Senxor class How he mxnaged It along wxth l11s mamfold act1v1t1es IS one of our unsolvxble IHYSCCIICQ and 1115 wo1k w'1s 111 the de partmcnt of engmecung too Those who know 111111 well say he 14 by no means Qobered or depressed by lus stupendous un dertakmg but 1115 plenty of the spult of fun and good fellow Qlup H15 re'1dy sm1le and co1d1al mmnner been tl114 out The Semors are justly pxoud of lub achlevemcnts 63 --3" J. - -.-. -L' vii., SENIORS '1 ul . ll l all 2 1 1 1 1 fr A LW, 1 ,1 ' ref I 1 , .. . . . ,. . . lj rx , ' ' V- , '1 lim! U , "E ll milf. . . . . . ., 3 " , - Z - 2 - l 1:1 '- f- , 5-I . t. I. 1.51 ' . . . . 3 . ' . 1 . M1511 . 3 , 9 - -. . .K , i Q , 4 'L , 9 , - I y ' 1 ' . ' 1 . Z' -I I. ' . r 1 ' .. ' . . ' ' ' PM . 2 ' . . ' '. ' '7 3 1' 1 4 lfrll lk. rv j E Af, "Rm F-.W M 'Ui Jill., ' 'Lia l A iii:-ig '55 51-T iliisfw . fl'--L' 2' 2'?9f-fiffffL-o+bi- ."'f'lf""-M' .LJ CM11 M4 ajiuffffb 1. 111 , ,H -P ,giiitiiigj - --.f1""w W"-I' :FT 5' 'f'CfY!'I1 ll pri 'X W-WW ff' 'Aw-A I lf. .3 Ll: 'slfiji A 2? ' 712l.ll31E1f- H 3l2gEf'iffL -- - --Y -ici' -:iv , . . A., -1. ,ma 9 -.f ff. ,V .f-.si ,L 3 H - x .- 3 f if I U Q 6'?A gi.: if pf' A 3, I 'fd fjlggl.,-1-',""i:?'--'3 , J I ,j Y J -fe 1 L FQ 4.-fegli if Ui K SENIORS .fl be ln' 7 ,-lb i .J l ul lf! fl Tn M. ERNEST WATSON f 5' History Science f 'aHyperion's curls, the front of Jove himself." Treasurer Freshman Class, 'Zig Treasurer Y. M. C. A., '2Zf'23g President Agassiz Club, '2Zf'23g Critic Philosg Business Manager .., Athletics, '24g Treasurer Philos, '23, President Juniors, '23-'24, ' President Geology Club, '23f'24g President Philos, '24-'Zig Bi- ology Laboratory Assistant. "Watson" has all the earfmarks of a great scientist. As a lover J of nature, he spends much time in her company. Many of her 'lu . . . . choiccst secrets are now his, for she in her tender sympathy has given him "hopes," To the fellows he is a wholesome com- NM panion oi sunny disposition whom they respect for his talent T ' " and worthy aims. To the girls he is just "Ernest," softly spoken in two syllables indescribably sweet and impossible of accent. In his college career, "Watson" has not shirked responsibility and for this reason an enviable record is his. He is an "A" L ya, student and an HA Number One" fellow. Under a Hellenizing influence, not at all incomparable to that of the days of old Greece, we expect him to become a peer in his chosen Held. ff . 1 Ernest has left to accept a government position in the fisheries l ly at Woodshole, Massacllusetts. Although he cannot graduate with ' the class in person, he will receive his wellfearned degree never- i theless. All success go with him. L - JQ ' if -s ,. at A fl ,qx ,--f iP.l.j.'j1Q.',,J,--N 1 IQJET ET -L3 . il 'ree 'ffl f--ff -- '-'fi F ir:l,:,p4,1 ,,,.,,Y- has if ,X ,,,,, liirs'rm22fffnf.....L li 1 f 2--err i,.L-511.1-.MZ-J 3 S?'f1--ifU ieililiirizfiii-A. .- T A'i':" '4't:'1l7 'zaix-L -1 1-1'tE,f-v 64 Wife 5, e M' GU?Gi'hll75-3 l 2 ' 4 ll . ,J SENIORS F' l l 5 l l I H 1 i 1 Qfewwwg Q I ,A E fl L mx xr'-Q CLIFFORD WHITE Hlstory Engllsn We gnnt although he lucl much wxt He was qulte shy 1n usmg xt Tzppxe IS another of thou: men who have not been m E G long enough to become really well acquunted HIS ch1cf lnterests have been outsxde the college so that many of his classmmtes scaxcely know Mr Wlllte The fmct that to those who do know h1m hc IS TIPPIC means that he xs a real fellow and a good pal The class IS glad that he clec1dcd to gmduate at H Vlrifll 94 5 Ll! C5511 , 5,-77,-L-5-199 ll VV' mm L' TPS? W W5 I HE , I. B w all l 4 l, E l . 1-I1 , .I l l - , l x L 1 l f' . . If , B l E E W u ,K , L ' , ' . . . . ,. 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Treasurer Photos, '22g Prosecutor, Parlialnentarian, '20-'21g Treasurer Freshman class, '20g VicefPresident, '21. Harold is one of the many line men whom Dale sends to E. C. After his first year here he attended Franklin college but when it came to graduation he decided that Evansville was the best place, after all. He has been enrolled in the summer ses' sions here in the interval, and has put in good time teaching, both in Holland and in Columbia City. Unfortunately, his stay with us hasn't enabled us to know him very wellg unfortunately, because the little we know of him makes us want to know him better. "A fine fellow and 21 good student," is the verdict of those who really know him. ,-, A iiuefs, iff. ,X- ' I' " ' - V f i in i ik" 1' milf' ,, . . W , H l"1 I :'?"' -fitn 4:-in .ill lf sian- ' zrifgl' , ii-fr N"-l1"""1 .-- ffitgigij Y r if -'1 ll-'41 y Q L, no g5?T?T17n'--34-jgiT"""'ff5Q,:4-W ,151 QI' f,.::...... rf ,4?...,s.. 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K .l , ,.. ,, .. .. , - 1 , . f"'Q" ' T f--'rf' ' 4 " c ' 1 , I xr ' f Le,...-.-,,,: i,,?..,,..i..m4, CARL LEMME Educatron Scrence For t1s the mxnd that makes the body rxch Most people wan: untll after college gnduwtxon to become promment but one member of our class has reversed the usual order Cul Lemme IS prlnclpal of one of the clty schools and presldent of the locml Teachers federatxon Along wrth these actrvrtres he has carrxed enough summer and extenslon courses to permlt of hrs graduatlon this June After tryxng Oakland C1ty college Indrana State Normal and Bloommgton he de cxded rn favor of Evansvxlle college To the people who at tended summer school he 1S a well known figure the rest of us unfortunately haue not had an opportumty to really know hlm All members of the class of 25 unlte however in extendmg a hearty welcome to so deslrable addmon to the class """1'7 67 "a"Ci:,,.-:lil lle,,n,Q 3 lggm ,',fi:"':::,l' 4:21.37 --.g...?hff .....S....k. ""' '-'-A 'QYALLA Q' Q f-' -f ' SENIORS . Q L ' . . r ' p . . 7 3 ' 2 ' 5 , 5 . . . l , , l N- 'lr-H-,l ve 'A .1-. i' I fl 15' 'P rl me l f --T--,'V,g I -N, f- lib." i 1 i r , We d' 'z P A-All-':f'-,4,,,,.dliifff 'I Z' T7 "1 ' 5,117-T--T-if" f'1:gTf2li'n ftf.g,g 1 A A ?.r,4,i:d'. .A hi: six' 'hr-M 'V V Fr if , :Q gif'-T-flliiiz ,-Ygeenn-.,JE-it Y, . A-7 gs ll 21.2 'N 91 ju V A:,:,.,,5,y1f:?1'.5f-' , . 1 4 fi.. -- YF. fJTW:i'1lliD"if5 lf 'fl , Zhgiscsjl 'sf SENIORS N 1. fu j ' L ii- X is 1 W if Q 4 1 i 1 Sa -J elf l 5 MISS BELLE CAFFEE 1 N Fl Education, B. S. ll- l l . is Miss Belle Caffee is the thirtyfthird Senior. She has been able , Li to get her B. S. degree by extension courses taken while acting .E Ll ,li as Primary Supervisor in the city schools. Miss Caifee comes 33 to E. C. after a four year course at Terre Haute Normal and s-N summer courses at various colleges. She lacked certain ref l I fluired credits for a degree, and these she got at Evansville col' Fl 'll l ege. j l l Lf: w V rf? 1 W Y , . g. , , in 1 - .ii I -v..J ' WJ fw w i fl we L L, Q W la, P-1. l lil, ' gf l fs.. l . in f""!5' 11,382-2i?sFi1T 'BH i in f J y lm- Mfg I ' as-:em 'R-,ih lgyig-,Q , 1 , UF? S --JH V33i5,!y'l'2QTQ4H.j5 5U?iTi"'E'3ff--Q--T'-12+fg.-f'i2. f l l -reel,--Veff-'-"r--f . 1. 1. if e ...B il-'J i Q,f'ofo" " "" A ' AJ o Ji EU E l,,f'::Eji4, gl Lzi r"' .4 . 1 .. .rl ,.--fx 'lf -' r . .i r. 5 -, Lf-if 2 LU ED PF FJ' il, ccff 'i NH PH ' l l i rj l 1 lL J qu: A -4-H , fwxiaee-5513:-.5,,Lew-4 68 ' .. ,,, lla yr 51-f ,. lla lj! ,- . ll l ri ilirgj l 1 l sf J .J rr r e i Q---"fair ,Y ni -gr-. , t. f -sw swf ll .ea at or re r I S Tl ml Uhr ifliainrg nf the Qllaaa nf 1925 The Class of '27 nrst opened its collegiate eyes on the world in the old college building on Vine Street. Although that building does not possess the grandeur and stateliness of the pres' ent Administration Hall, it has a unique personality which is felt by anyone who was a member of our class in its Freshman days. We shall never forget the good times we had there, es' pecially the night the refreshments of our party mysteriously disappeared at the hands of the Sophonrores. The appearance of "blue coats" on the scene nearly ended the party. Among the further persecutions we had to bear was the tying of Ingle Trimble to a tree in Sunset Park with a ball and chain on his leg. lngle retaliated by breaking loose and throwing the implements of war into the greedy waters of the Ohio. Revenge was sweet when we Freshies won the hardffought class scrap, and succeeded in painting our numerals on the smoke stack for the eyes of all posterity to see. On November ith enmity ceased, and we were inducted into the Student Government Association with impressive ceremonyg and in the evening of the same day the class as a whole was banqueted by the rest of the student body. Then began our active participation in the life of the school. Later on we broke all traditions by royally entertaining the Sophomores with a party which will long be remembered. During the year the Freshman boys constituted the major portion of the various athletic teams and many mem' bers of the class distinguished themselves by making unusually high scholastic records S im Stutevrlle our president had conducted the class through a highly successful year About a week before Commencement the College moved to its present location and we became the first Freshman class to occupy the new building In the fall of 1922 Zee Dunning was elected Sophomore president The outstanding event sponsored by the class that year was the Sophomore Circus Nothing of its kind had been at tempted up to that time but everyone then in school can testify to its success In the spring quarter the Sophs entertained the Seniors with a truck ride and a breakfast at Mesker Park In 1973 our class had lost some of its most valuable members by the graduation of the two year students Ernest Watson was chosen the august leader of our Junior days During the winter quarter we had a theater party at the Grand Between acts Dr Strrckler obtained per mission for us to go behind the curtain where we had the privilege of meeting the manager and some of the actors of the Sherman Stock Company The most memorable occasion of the year was the unror Senior banquet This occurred late in the school year and proved to be one of the most delightful events of the Commencement Week Calendar In 1924 we elected Thelma Hall to guide the class through its last year Early in the year the Senior girls decided to wear as distinctive garb black corduroy dresses The boys chose black slip over sweaters with large gold numerals thus carrying out the class colors ust before the Christmas vacation we entertained our friends with a party at the Victory Theater Most of us had more fun eating peanuts and candy than we did watching the performance Drgnrhed Senrors7"X7 The events of the last two weeks marked by both garety and sadness were many and varied and their memory will long be cherished by all of us The class rs unique in sexeral respects It has three members who have not yet reached the ripe age of nineteen years six who have already embarked on the matrimonial sea and twelve who have had teaching experience These include an Evansville principal and the pri mary supervisor of the city schools Small wonder then that a list of our notables includes the entire class We combine quality with quantity Slim Stutevrlle an all round athlete is one of the best rn the state He has been cap tain of the basketball team for sex errl seasons and was chosen editor of the LmC rn hrs Senior year Willard Hoyt our other athlete was captain of the football team in 24 and has made an enviable record as a student besides Thelma Hall is our capable Senior President and chief library assistant Emily Erk entered college rn 22 and completed her work rn three years Maybelle Alexander is the hrst four year graduate to plan to teach rn the grades she has istingurshed herself by her valuable work on the Crescent and in the Writers Club Education Club and Theta Srgmas T-T-W 69 'l . . 1 - - I ' f - l as 1- lu T: VST 9 . . 3 C ' . ' l . 1. LI K I I . . D . . . I ' l i , . ,f . . . . gk I N L . . 'ty ' V. . . . fri? L 5 , c - n l l l l I 'D - I I 3 , . .. i f fl I ' ' . ' RU? . . ' ' ' i Q I . 1... -. . x ' , . , ll 'I , S. Lid ' ' ' ' ' f - ' - . ' fe l 1 ' Q .. , 4 , ' ' li? ' ' . ' ' ' . ' . ss- - . - r . i . , I 'fl 7 a' ' ' 1 ' is . - , ' I ' - l ' lg I W - t r i . :lr l ,. -, . -. I f fe lfbfi 'H Vi r l is H 173 i liiii l rlljafjj or j E7fTFJl 'E Yiiiii' lfiil 3.42312 F :emu-,ff 'J---Q" 'BT' 1 '. L 2 ,- ld on ,ff 23- Ili 2.2 is 'i av' .J '1 it --. ff--, ifialie QL. - -M - ifg QL -5 QQ- AQ.qjI 5 I- II ""t'rr'e-'rrrrerrrr -mr' fi 3 ,I I II1 I-I Qllema iiiatnrg-Qlnntinueh 'FII' . . lf' Z1 ll Zee Dunning and Helen Bertelsen are noted for their executive abilit and the numerous ' .I I Y , In I offices they have held. Zee has been president of the Y. W. C. A., Castalians, Sophomore class I ij I and Thespian club, and is managing the finances of the LinC for '25'. Helen has held the presif Ui I dency of tl? Spanish club, Sigourneans, Writers' club, and Women's Council, besides being the treasurer o the S. G. A. '24f'2'5. I ' I F. "" Floyd Moyer has had several years of successful teaching ex erience. L. T. Buck was rin- 'il . P P I , cipal of a North Dakota school before coming to E. C. for his Senior year, in which he served '-of as President of the S. G. A. Harold Young was principal of a school in Columbia City previf ' I TI v ous to his return to college. He was elected president of the Photos for the spring quarter of I I - 1 I his last year. ' ,S 1 KJ LJ -3 LI Among our Home Economic stars we list Ed the Gillaspie, Hallie uinn, Alice Plane, . . Y . I Alleen McGinnis and Frances Sevringhaus. Alice also draws beautifully, and Frances is a tal- I "II" ented musician. Ima Springston combines art and scienceg she was Art Editor on the LinC .-I "I staff and assistant in the Zoology laboratory. Pauline Sigler's dramatic ability finds an outlet in the Thespian club and her popularity was recognized when she was chosen May Queen by I I the entire school in '24. Mary Ellen McClure is known for her musical talent, and for being I ' voted the 'most dignified girl in college. i., 1,1 L-I VY I Louise Heim is our English star. She has proved an extremely capable Literary Editor of I I' the LinC, and has made a record for herself and for the college by making 23 hours "A" in Q ,RIIQI one quarter. Lois Mueller is another of our honor students. Her specialties are science and F 1 PJ Latin. The other scientists, Louis Bateman and Ernest Watson, have acted as assistants to Doc' I MI tors Strickler and Bigney, respectively. Ernest has just secured a responsible position in the Iwi government fisheries in Woodshole, Massachusetts. . I NV 1 The Engineers are represented by William Gould, Stanley Cubbison and Ingle Trimble. IU Ci L Ingle is the youngest man in the class. He knows how to have a good time and make high " II grades at the same time. William has been active in the Engineers' club and in the S. G. A., ,., E. of which he was VicefP1'esident in '23f'24. fu M U Dorothy Eissler is known for her enthusiastic work in North Park Presbyterian church and in the county Christian Endeavor Union. Gilbert Schrodt is also interested in religious work. I He came to Evansville from Elmhurst, where he studied for the ministry. His chief character' I I ki., istics are his enthusiasm, his industry, and his dimples. LIU B ford Cox and Victor Haas are the quiet members of our class. Byford is a debater and Nd Y a mathematician of no mean ability. Victor is remarkable for his studiousness, which all ad' In 'YQ mire, but few emulate. Gifs LJ LII 1 Virginia Smith and Miss Belle Caifee are two more ambitious teachers who returned to I II college for a degree. Miss Caffee is primary supervisor in the city schools. Both she and Carl If LI Lemme have done extension and summer work in the college. He has been principal of Wal' IW' 'tr fi nut-Chestnut school of this city for several years. cI I Edythe Gillaspie and "Tippy" White returned to us this last quarter, just in time to graduf if ,- 4- ate. ,- I.. I If 'll I Last but not least, comes Stanley Cfubbison. "Cubby" has made himself heard from, for I he was our cheer leader and the chief gloomfchaser of the college. IA With thirtyfthree such prodigies turned loose at once, can anyone doubt that the community I 'il ' will be vitally affected by the "Class of 1925?" ' 1 .. s, -l I I II I Ii we . ee- I A Til?-I 'tgp , J, T F' ' HTIETQTJ I I V-,,??'I.1,f1-liiir -au - rjkgfgff- -"' ' I H, ILII,-greg'Viflfgiiy-------ffm.. , lf?--::T:L .-. Inj T? If in '70 , Q ITL7l??fi ' ' flf 5f'f? lff: f ,J Hhm e 5 1 W P . -M1 ..,A.,, - '35 'D ' - "J 'Hb-. C5 L Q Wx? in 1 -4.-'-its:-25' Zami. Awn qi if 235 r , 111 1 'R-V 4 ' . i 4 ' 5 - -1 ' .Zi .. 1. ' 'I' L. I 'T phajg -vu HM 'lf --1 ,v ,n md, -H .G ,1 gi ,HF I 1 1 in QM H wr" Fu : -H 2 Hu iff: -. I L mm V W C! HK F 'AE Q ui .,La 1 JP L 'W iz! I F f IE' ? 5 ,-rm 6: ww w Uh- V ,-M.,--, W Y,-7 . MAI ll , ,Y ., ,E K. , .I ,JV ,,. ,V A-sl., ,i I W 71 , .,, .4 n- f ' F: 'ggiii on on Gfl'l'a6f'll gTl"M"2' 'le T F14 J . ,, l , """ l ll M ell l 7' IUNIORS ' l I "' lg A l. lf 1 l lu g ., l l dw -"' 'Q L x l 4 l Helen Arnold Robert Baker 1 '. 5 .,f' HELEN ARNOLD ROBERT BAKER I HiSt01'Y Civil Engineer , , English Philoreeikean: Engineers' Club lgiwesidlent Eng- 1 - . . .- ,- . . - neers' ub, '23-'24g Treasurer ilonei'ean. " - , stfggolggean' Wlltels Club' Y' W' C' A" Lmc '24: Sergeant at Arms Philoneikeans, '21. ' H ,. 1 "If music 'be the food of love, play on." "From the crown of his head to the sole of his , xl foot, he is all mirth." 'H 3' K AURELIA BISSMAIER COMPTON CAPEL F . Biology Electrical Engineering' ' el ' , History 1 Engineers' Club: Secretary Photozeteans, '24: ' l 3 Latin Club: Secretary Theta Sigmas, '25. Treasurer Photozeteans, '23, '24. X ,n l M l "Shine out, little head, sunniug over with curls." "Born for suecess he seemed." j 1 l 1 R501 fl 'QU l Q ,Q l lm' ,al l r"l'f" ll Aurelia Bissmaier Compton Capel ,V -L .71 f of N . . f 'al J"f5'.fiapc-Gf'l1,jqW. --U, ll fii'-gl ,llfl VN' 'L' A :iii lf, I Al , ,,,, , A Wg me 'T Q 7 ll pix-22-2 'TLQQ - ,,.-- -S: .4-:-S-z-- QjL"',.i ..i...r.gg lv 1'-ee pfrszvrlelgz:f'15l"'o:3'an gg-pm---4:2--'el 5-'Q . N .Lff -' 'il LS' ' 'i ' L' f,L1",ff AQ' Z-free 'P ff, "4-"""l ' ' " L-3.4 ' 'Y 1 Lb '5 14135531 Lil 72 ll? 1 ,- v J F ll G"'mf3ff'lQ1vif'2l G GH IUNIORS Cl ueuce Dxeg Anmmm Entsmmpzex CLARENCE DIEC' ARMINA ENTSMINCER Engmeeung Blology 1'lug,mee1b Club Baseball Educaimn Secletaly Joldan Sclence Club 24 '75 Publlc xty Committee Y W C A 2.1 Art Associate LmC .Stwfl 2 He was ever meczse m pxonuse keepmg Soft pcfxce she bxmgs WhelEV9l 'she arrxves RALPH FRANK fP1e JUHIDI, RACHEL GREAVES Cwxl Enmneex Hxstm y Photozetean Engmeeu Club Captain Base English ball 121111 94 Bmlebill 25 Alhletl'-' Boud Ch'1pl un Castallane 24 Tl91SUlE1 Y VV C fa Song Lcadex Hughes Hall 24 I dale do all lllat may become 1. man meuy heml. mllxcth a cheel ful countenance Ralph Fxanl Rachel Gmaves 1- 1, V' ,-,J 1 l L...gi.J l,,,:.,. 13' Vl 4 ,' ,e..MT? ll rw 7 Recd B z. - . - K ' 1 . Y J , " "' 2 , '24, '25, 4 ' ' . ', ' 5. ll 5 'I 4 '., ' - 4 Y. 'W '- .'-vs 1 : 7 ' :'.'24: . 1' . ' .. ' - '.. " . . . 7 '25. 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A-5 JUNIORS Q I at - e -.5 L., E X 'I ilfl. l -if mf K we -2, N I 1 I w A W i A J F J lj V" "'1 I i U1 'f I - f Y N 1 Flora Hzmning Margaret Heseman , 'fb I i J 'lf F1-ORA HANNING MARGARET HESEMAN - be : Chemistry Home Economics f, is Home Economies Ghemistry in U I I Secretal'y:Treasurer High School Section Ecluca- Freshman Social Committee. '22g Chairman , , 11011 Chlb- 24- 25. Sophomore Social Committee, '23g Chaplain Cas- g H . talians, '23: Sergeant at Arms Cnstalians, '23: Q MY mind to me a kingdom is." Secretary Spanish Club. '23: Y. W. C. A. Cab- ' N irnret, C'24f'?5: Igducitign Clulz Songs! Committee, gy '-.:g asia ian ocia ommit ee, ' . 6 T "Look 'Where she comes apparelled like the s1u'n1g." r' . ,- Jia f wi - BERTHA KELLY EARL KIMM HiSt01'y Enffineering Y i English 'J J J T1'easurei-9Sophog1oi6aV Class, 52: TreasurerVSig- Engmeers club' ' , ourneans, 2.2: '2 , inter, pring: and ice- ' -- . H I President Y. W- C. Au Summer' ,23. None knew thee but to love thee! "There was a soft and pensive grace A east of thought upon her face." F 1 . . Q li, . 1 i ' Q i F ,- L LJ, U01 I xi If ff 1? UU' .1 5 4 . l 1111 . Lil Bertha Kelly Earl Kimm l 1 rw 'ow 1 . ji ,--e r 1 -N, I w . ,I ,fm .r,,,x7T,? .HH rg ii le f PM Uziiif .,,.. .,,,,,- ,H -., ,a ,W Y--'-X fm-F ,,,-..H...1 Zf : 4-.-f.+.,.,, .--.--.i..,l ,. -.9-f f iff e ef1f"1o--L.--L f1T"Q'g:-1-em 11 ' f'+f:.w: Q--elf--P+-we ggi ww , U fifty 5-1-if 1'+f'E-f. if 551 ni-....::fk ' 2 M L---f 1.5 Q .," "" "Hr I. Li. ei-2 2 ihl' " '-' Eur. ol -,regal ' 'Y VK .,U,,,i!, . Y 4,f. . I-,,.. A '--1 i,.Lf-. -1, -.A f-f!Z..,- - .. ---A f lj All flll nfl- l l rl ll fi 2. VLA Ll ily-- I l 'U ll ........ V l ,f-5. F i. I A. Ak- V, lr Y ., ,N ff ++ ,B , , V, .Y 1 f . K, , Q. , ! -u 1 , 1 Z l 47 ...,', I ,-...li.., K,,,L-""j,, -, L""...'T..."", fx A.-M-J" 1 v N -, . 1 -., w-, X"-7-4 T- ., ,M ,, A 2.7 , . ' Q ' 'xx -T 151 iigiiis HAM-,-,1 g.-..l...CZj UN -L l l -.47 V -M. .,,. .4 V. ...J Il!! ln -n"' J X JUNIORS A V Kllk Ruth Mlllex V KIRK RUTH MILLER Mathemntlcfs Home Econoxnlcs Hlstmy Chcmlstly mastex of the squmc and cube URIAH MORRIS Electl ical Engxnem Phxloncllxewn Engmeem Club Seclctaly Philo- nelkeunn 23 TICASUIGI Phllonelkedns 24 Sec letaxy EHg1H9ClS Club 2.3 24 Of loyal Hllfl-IIC 'md of noble mmd Englxah V1CQPlC5lldBDt Slgounne 1112: Pd 24 becletaly Y W C A 23 24 Undezgraduate Repxesenta uve Y W G A 24 25 V1ce P1esxdent Jumol Clans 24 95 V1C6P1G'HldGHt Thespxdns 24 25 Pxesldent Slgoulnewns '75 Secxetary S G A 2 Vue P1es1denl: Womens Councxl 24 25 A pleasing' countenance vs -1 sllent commenda txon FRANKLIN MLDANIEL Hlstoxy Phllonophy Pxes1dentY M C A 24 'Yo Vxr.eP1'es1dent S G A Z4 25 Pxe-.ldcnt Hosp1t'1l and Rellef Boaul 24 '75 He speak: as one having authouty N, pl Unah Mouls f Plnnl l1 MCDAIIIEI l' FMU...- AH A. . r r A Qi. FTW? JIJ f'x..,x.V-41 A .' -A Wvlv H . ' WL 2 l I if fi A vifqm--A '-M 2 'A 'fi-fifjfj Q ui M W'-1' Mmm - 75 R-A r, l gb . ,re H-ine C ,- .U in I ' - I . f .- J.. i K' 4 ..i .Lt ' .....al5I , l Ji RVFI, JUNIORS l Y Y V77 W 1 ' r , 'll l" L , ' x w F1 ' ,N CQ V' Mae Nennelier Gilbert Osborne l -., uf' 1 MAE NENNEKER GILBERT OSBORNE Chemistry Critic Photozeteans. '23 5 President Photo- I an , Home Economics zeteans, '24: Engineers' Club: Debating Team, V ' i History '24-'25, b Orchestra: Chorus: Crescent Staff, '23: Histor- "VVords of learned length and ponderous sound." ian Gastalians. '24-'25: Vice-President High School , , Section Education Club, '24-'25: Secretary Junior ,i, , Class, '24-'25. W IU info' 'Lf ' "Soft is the music that would charm forever." f" W ADIS ROBBINS' HORATIO ROBBINS if' .g l English Philosophy Latin History i H- Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '24-'25g President Student Orchestra. '23, '24, '25: Trezlsurel' Photozeteans. 't ,f J Volunteers, '24-'25, Vice-President sPhotozetealn'? '23: Chaplain L.. otozeteans, '23 g ecretary otozeteans, '24 3 "As pure in thought as angels are." Parliamentarian Photozeteans, '25: President Ox- ford Club, '24-'25. C: W "Self trust is the first secret of success." E we SJ L., l Q! 'F , 1 i, .J f F L r C r r ill. Aais R01puinf,GT323gi?q5 Horatio Robbins P1 E , - rl ax N . f I ll'5ms2.3-nl fn. '- l fl ' ' l . -3 1--J.. f" 341553 "f.": '--- - -' f ' '- f" ' i"-l---'i"E'3-,h,,,,,,,,.i --+5 i..:,.5.sc.r---:ul fre 5 ' 111211551 H FFT :ff-fi I Lf-G-el' L:-T N ll i.T.,.,,ia cf'?...q-1 1-7 --- g,1.IMi:..!g: -- 4-3 f..-ip! L13 . fm--.. ,W A I .. ery-ff-' ' gsm , 9:33. 31 gg LJ 1 -' e ' rw' ll .. - - . ,1.,f,':i.EEl Ed ,, x 4. -.,--3':5?i'2-,".1TrL7-9 76 lL Q7""2 gl' Y LS P 'lf w ,l IUNIORS ' W l lliiflilllw R ll? Wf- '1 N-. ,qua -,I Elmel qch zlle1 Meta S Schlundt ELMER SCHALLER META S SCHLUNDT ClV1l Engmcex Rchgxoua, Educatxon Pluloagophy Engmeel Q Club f l-H But I am comutmt 15 the nolthexn stm Oxfozd Club Chox us She that was eve1 fan and IIGVQI ploud H'1d tongue at will and yet was nevex loud HELEN SCHNUTE PAY SPARROW English 11131.01 y Englmh F1 ench TFGHSUILI SILOUI neans 4 P1 eezdent Suzom neans 24 Cutxc Sxgoux l1Q"1l'l'4 4 Women s Founcxl TLEASLIIGI 24 25 WlltG1'5 Club Theta Sxgmn Y W C A Who says m vense what othelb say m pxose The lovc of leaxnmg And all the sweet -.clenlt5 of boolm fs- Helen Suhnutc Day Spauow fx, P Kill EI., J, I l w- iig- ,..., l' -ff?-.1 Lf Q 77 ij ' ' -. z ' . l Q 4 1 J! - j . I ' l X . . ' ' , ' ' .H W ' 4 . . - - ' l w N l . , -. .. Larry! ff M l ' ,, w. 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SCHWENGEL HERMAN SIEGERT AL 1 W ll Mathematics Electrical Engineer l , M . , I l History Emzineers' Club fp Critic Phxlonclkeans, Spring 2.2. .AI-Us faults lie gently on him... lv L., J "As true as steel." ' "J qi l 1 lj 5 l ll l 1 , l L- 4-I Ll f' jvl l I I VV L.. G1 , -S r 1 UI P I l l nn l l , Alvin A. Schwengel Herman Si22'01'f f Y fd Ll -J 'A ,. N.. 463212195 fx. l ' i-l'f'7"- -Q" Hgh- .--7 l , 1" 'Jail ii N U im ' u.T?, lbil l 1 5 n Y El I l 'll A,,,4,ii-3- Q4 ,:::.:,1, .-44: , .C -,lm ................. ----fx. 4 W? -DEQL... v-L-W-1'-3'-"Tfe-.1'1'iFi"lI 121511.41 WFT ffl ll' l lij Y -----fl g'.,?, ..,., ' . ,..- ::i'f:1L1 Lv t.,J 1-ill-YLQQ ,l L-,gi-'M' 3' ' i' 1 LL f, l lfljggj, -lf. L1 ui gfsll :VX fi ,pil -,.-4, ply: xr.: . .21-LL-gg if-:ill lpn 51:1 , ,,J ' " Y' L- slr l , ,N W ll, 1 1,539 L I QT!! If J, lf' 7 :J f R.. 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IUNIORS 'Tl 22 M7 7-- L Cl'ld1IC5 Tavlox Fetchel Wllllanls CHARLES TAYLOR ClVll Englneel Phllonelkean EDEIHGCIS Club Football ' 24 SCL1CtBlY Emrxncexs Club Z4 75 Mnth adrrut me of thy cxew GEORCE WRIC'H'1 Busmew, AdIYll1l1St1dl2l0H SGCIGUIIY Photomtealxs '74 Txeaqulm Photo retemnb 22 24 Pzeildent Photozeteans 94 Vlce Plesxdent Photozeteuns '73 75 Plewrlent Jumo Clash 25 Buslnews M1mu!e1 Cle-,cent 24 2 Vice Plesldent Bu-amass Admxmhtlatlon Club A4 VxceP1es1den1, WIILGIS Club Z4 25 Thy modesty s a candle to thy ment FLETCHER WILLIAMS Mcchfuucal Engmceung Phlloncxkcan Eng-meexa Club Genteel ID Demonage Conduct and equlpage 4 CARL B JOHNSON Rehgloub EdUCHtlOH Phxlosophy Pxesulent Photos 73 Chnumfm S C A So 1.111 Committee 97 73 Cha11m'm Decoxum Com mittee '73 '74 P1es1dent Debate and Oxatoly Cgcguxgill 73 '74 '7.: V1ceP1es1dent Y M C A Exccedmg YVISC fan snolcn and peuuablve Gcolgc Nvllghl. Call B Johnson F., MGT: 1 ll AI QW? ' l S i- 4 .I 'A . . If an lpn ' - 7 ,illgs .. . l A1 ' .l . 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Jecrefary. 7Fgg.s'u1-Qr.- if ' if Jessie Adams Eileen Beckett Mary Bedford Gladys Brannore Jesse Boren John Boren Charles Claybon SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Svnphnmnrra Manfred Haas Ruth Halvorsen Mrs. Irene Jacobs VValter Jarvis Rachael Greaves Irene Kailin Harold Juncker Ruth Brizius Orrion Kattmann George Coleman Milton Kelly Jack Bryan Anson Kerr James Bryan Florence Klamer Nina Lee Burkhart Hubert Kockritz Gilbert Buzzingham Gertrude Sauer Gilbert Curry Clark Lockwood Frances Crisp Norman Lukcns Hattie Cummings Alice Lytle Howard Dassel John McB1'ian Clarence Deitsch Walter Goldsmith Fletcher Denton Walter McDowell Edward Denzel' Raleigh Maas Marian Doane John Mangrum Temple Dick Rose Martin Revus Black Ruth Melchior Kenneth Coose Emerson Melton William Dress Erna Mertens Jesse Fine Oliver Loetzerich William Folz Raymond Miller Jessie Foster Wayland Miller Maude Hetzel Irene Nolen Robert Taylor Herman Siegert Pauline George Willis Reinke Catherine Giannlni Lawrence Ohl Madeline Haas Lawrence Page ,Q ew ll E1gg P3 , ' fu 'fb ' 1" ' I'R"Mffllf1i 'E 2.-Q-- T l,lf"UIl'l'l12E'. 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And they shouted for their classmen, Loud and valiantly they shouted. Then began the tug of battle, Tug between the sinewy warriors. Long upon the rope they wrestled. Long they pulled with all their vigour, Dug their heels deep in the greensward, Braced themselves with all their muscles. But with slow and steady motion, With a strength beyond disputing, Slowly, surely, won the Freshmen. O'er the Sophs they won the vict'ry. And the women cheered and shouted For the glory of the victors, For the courage of the vanquished, Shoutetl for the teams that battled. Once again unto the battle Stood the lines and faced each other, Straining, waiting for the signal. And a shot rang thru the quiet Sharp and clear-the call to battle. Then a mad rush for the trophies- Rushing, wrestling, winning. running: Each intent upon the vict'ry, Grappling. gasping, for the Il151SiZ'l'Y. And again the Sophs were beaten, Beaten by their foes, the Freshmen. And the lines that viewed the conflict Rent the heavens with their shouting: Shouting for their friends victorious, Shooting for their vanquished brothers. ,f rr'-...."'fs . .ev-eff-Y-ef "ffl -AJ --1 E"l'i'1?" +13 I V ,g:..r-- - 7' WKL -I ' I - ,-.v- --' . X , . .-.,. ,,.- X .F-JJ 'il ,'f'r.::'1i' A Near Epic As in days of old the chariots, Chariots of the ancient Romans, Thrilled the audience by their progress, By their wildly driven horses, By their drivers, bold, courageous So the class race was in progress. Race between the human wheelbarrows. Straight along the track they headed, With all speed they strove for vict'ry. Valiantly strained towards thc goal line. But alas for human frailtyg Fell the drivers and the driven Fell-and saw their foes outstrip them. Fell the glory of the Freshmen, Rose the Sophomores victorious. And the voices rose exulting, Cheering loudly for the victors, Cheering for the speedy winners. And the Freshmen cheered the fallen. Came the climax of the struggle, Feat of greatest strength and daring. Round the pole the Sophs were gathered Ready to defend their stronghold. As the waves upon the sea-beach, As the ocean's mighty billows, Coming onward ever stronger, So the Freshmen rushed to battle, Rushed, and strained, and tugged, and grapplcd. Grappled round the pole for mast'ry, Ran and jumped on the defenders, Grasped the pole in vain endeavor, Staunchly stood the brave defenders. Victors of the day's encounter. Thus did end the classes' scrimmage: Thus they met and bravely battled: Battled valiantly the Freshmen. Battled, too, their foes. the SODh'mores: Both courageous in the coniiict. But the Soph'mores won the vict'ry, Vict'ry o'er their Freshmen brothers, VVon-and left the field in glory, While the air reverberated with shouting, Shouting, cheering, for the victors. -L. H. Z ig I-. U55 ll E-, I 1,-f f - ,g tjifngi C, .jq:.:::..j:. " ff. " H ,h 4,5 r, -:,, I. ,Uma 1.,.f , 3 v'I'r ' "- ' '86 I .I .,-,. 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Day Howard Decker Richard Denbo Frank DeWeese Albert Dickens Glayen Dillin Robert Dunville Thelma Eble Bernice Eissler John Erwin John Feigel Osborne Fischback Albert Fisher Charles Ford Preston Fuquay Hermine Goeke Paul Gregg FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Ar 1li1'12ah1nrn Donald Griffin Sue Grisham Georxre Haalf Elizabeth Hackett Henrietta Hahn Robert Haley Mildred Hampton Anna Hardesty Horace Harrison Herman Hartung Hilda Hausmann Edith Haynes Bertha Heim John Held Elsie Heneisen Wilbur Hilgedieck Emma Hille Herbert I-Iilsmeicr Ernest Hoge Florence Hovey Mary Howard Juanita Hoyt Laura Hubbard Harold Huffine Frederick Hulversl Franklin Imel Theodore Jenner Helen Johnson Prentice Julian Lela Juncker Alice Karch Orin Kopp Robert Kraft Helen Kramer Wallzice Kramer Simon Krueger Emma Kunter John Kuster Sam Kweskin Hazel Lamar James Lancaster ClilTord Lean Margaret Linhart Asher Lohman Leland Lutz Gilbert Lutz Ned McClarren Foster McClintock George McCutchan Thomas McDonald Thelma Mayxan Clinton Marsh Gladys Marsh Paul Mason Alvin Miller Esther Miller James Miller Frank Morgan Ludson Morris Terry Moss Mary Louise Mueller Harry Musgrave Maria Nardo Homer Page Donald Paton Elizabeth Paton iorn Homer Patrick Samuel Paul Sanders Payne Irene Pelz May Peter Noble Pfeiffer Dorothy Pickett Flora Poehlein Clyde Posey Pauline Powers Nelson Prall Reynold Propheter Rufus Putnam Adolph Rahn Robert Ransley Ralph Rea Thomas Rea Robert Ross -. 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T': 4? 6fi'E56ff'l'.ni1f? f3L+ff1-2-L-M OFFICERS-STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Presiclcnt ............ ........, L enies Talbert Buck VicefPresideut .,,.... ......... F ranklin McDaniel Secretary ......... .............. R uth Miller Treasurer ................... ....... H elen Bertelsen Pres. Athletic Board ......... ............... W illard Hoyt Pres. Hospital ,Board ........ ..,...... F rzmklin McDaniel ff-f ,,. nmfmiafxav ,XF uv:Fg:llf' iHA"'A -f ,fwf K VK, 7-524 mis! F1513 -. :nl 'lf ,I.A .', .- mv 2 ifal 92 r f?""N ri-7 X X X rr?-sf: 'TTA Til ti til-im e x l.J -l ts r J r r lg? l. ! .746 ,r WJ Fihv Etuhent CEnm2tn111Pnt Amrnriuiinn Few colleges have granted more autonomy to the student bodies than has the Administration of Evansville College. This responsibility offers a wide Held for student activities and a very fertile one for the development of the finest qualities of citizenship and leadership. In 'rn effort to achieve the Worthy a'ms of the Association, a Decorum Commit' tee rs grven the work of enforernv rll regulations relating to deeorum all cases of vrolatrons of the standards of good studentshrp and college community crtrzenshlp m ry be brought before the Student Court This court also sits as an Honor Court to try all cases of vrolmtron of the pledge as provided for in the honor system used rn EJx3.1'1'11!1'Lt1011S The work of this eourt rs indeed of the greatest lmportanee and rts drgnrty and vrlue has been strongly emphasized rn its work of this year The Association rs the foundatron of vrtal student enterprises All students prrve highly its instruments of rnforrnatron and reeord The Crescent our highly prized weekly The L nC the yearly record of a never to be forvotten college life md the Students Hand Book with rts indrspens rble information furnished free to all students Throuvh the Hospital and Relief Fund sickness of serrous nature is g1V61'1 attention The Athletrc Board promotes 1nd regulates Evansville College rthleties The Induetron Day exercises are in the hands of the Executrve Board of the Assocratron The rrnpressrve induction of the Freshmen rnto the full fledged membership rn the Association the Cl rss Scrap in the afternoon and the banquet in honor of the Freshmen, rn the evening these events are long to be remembered The outstanding work of the Association for the year has been that of amending Jts Constitution the code of the Honor System and the regulations governing Stu dent Deeorum With the rehreveznent of this rmportant work a long felt need 1S satrstred and the year can be considered r very successful one rn the history of the Student Government Association 1 NS 1 e P.: fix, ls. 1 F 'I Y--Jef 5, 93 1 gg-?:3-L'?"'fj' E-.J I 5 I s e n ' . 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H e l e n Schnute 1 1 - Qui Mexnbership composed of college women. l l I I ll. . . . . . . . . Iphfl The VVomen's Council has done much to justify its existence since its organlzauon in No' I l I I vember, 1923. Its greatest achievement was the May Day Festival with which the young women l entertained their mothers. The candy sale held in connection with this event provided funds ll 515 for the antique Russian samovar and the table runner which add to the appearance of the rest' Ami" room, Enough money remained to pay for the repairing of the rest-room furniture. This l room is the especial care of the Women's Council and is in charge of a committee of three appointed each week to act as housekeepers, responsihle for its neatness and order. . , y Um 5' il'l?1i-iffifll 'ini .. . X V'-fyL'N-NL. ,.'! 1.1 ' f."-f-Q i ful. 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IQ, A I, he 1, .T L4l: Ml. f I in +I 5 A IVHI ' ',.., I I' .il lI I Hill I I ' xl l Iliff Ill tr In I L, I ' l ' " 2, I'II I w'Ij I I I Jil I II QII, an I lily I I QI Iv VIE I I, ml I I I 1 J l. - I ll I' 'IL I THE CRESCENT STAFF nl: I I , Im The Crescent prides itself on its ability to get and give all the College news, to promote I I 'fl and foster interest in all worth while activities, and to reflect the spirit and ideals of the school. I fl, Its formal management is in charge of the class in journalism, but its pages are open to all Mil students for contributions, suggestions, and criticism, in keeping with the democratic spirit that f- prevails in E. C. IIA, ,I II EXECUTIVE STAFF I Editor ......,........... .......................................... ........ H u bert Kockritz I fl 1 Associate Editor ......... ............. I ohn Feigel 'el 44 Assignment Editor ....... ............ H elena Weil I l Assignment Editor .. ......... Ruth Welborn I Society Editor ..,...... ....... A lice Lytle 5 4 Exchange Editor .... ...... P aul Gregg I ,S I, Feature Editor ........ .... L ouise Heim I Ig I Sports Editor .......... .... D aniel Scism Ali I N Business Manager ....... George Wright I If A Circulation Manager ...... Gertrude Reller A Supervisor ................. ....... P rOf. B. McKinney I VII 1 ,II ill! 1 I .E ., r?Qi'iivQT'I fl ' -,fgl II U' lf" 1 , vu I rf X I I is V11 LIU ft N- t E ,. ,qt E t it ,Z D- Ll I lliij 51 ls fi .Ziff-"ff l igft- f' L"-" J I-ii'-"7".J1I-53 5 Ip, ,gg l. ,-'f1"""""'! C' 1.g:f.g..1ig,f' """:1i::,.1fi L ' i: .2 .-if' 'f:f3.'f2L51"li E - Ill, W, JI ,H ff llllg LII '.fjg,,-L iid Q'-1e:3Ei,i5i5Eil25fvilf+e '98 1 I, an ll Elf .lg 5, 4' ll VT l ' I , If l 'il flu l ,ll 'l'. 1'lW l I -Qi l , .lL .. , . 5... ,J V 1'l""Ui nomo " ' t"'fR'fQN l . V Y .l . . l 5..,,,Y. ,va , ., , -,f--. ,,.. M, -- l E , l' ll L YYiL A Li.1,,.'.Yl ,- gr f.S,.J ' ,-5 5: Lg-11' i +' ' Hui THE WRITERS CLUB The W11tClS Club IS one of the newebt of the college organizations It was founded m the spung of 1974 by Doctor G B Frmklm and Sidney Spector Cd1tOl of the Crescent to st1mul1te interest m Wfltlng The membcls of the class 1n joulnallsrn lormed thc nucleus of the club Qtudents of exceptzonml ab1l1ty were 1nv1ted to jom 'md further membershxp IS declded on the basls of manuscupts submxtted The membershrp 15 lxrruted to twenty Thxs fact to ffetzher w1th a bond of common mterest Ill tlungs lxterary makes thc Wr1te1b Club one of the most congenlal 111 the college P1es1dent V1ce Pmesrdent Secretary TYCQSUICI Prof McKinney Dean De Long M1ybelle Aleznndcr Helen Arnold Francis Atcluson Helen Bertelben LOUISE Helm Thelma Hall S--1.11 OFFICERS Helen Bertelsen George Wright Maybelle Alexander MEMBERS Ruth M1ller Loxs Mueller Mary Ellen McClure Horatro Robbms Helen Schnute Fay Sparrow Vlrginxa Torbet George W11ght glllll "'l l , . l lil l ll l l l1..il.a lllll ' ' ll ll Q, - xg ll ltlZ.lllJ ...........................t...............,........................................ c - f - ' - .....,..,..........,r,..,,.....................,....,....................... ' l -. . . .....,..,,......,....................,.......,...,....,,..... . Ui llill . . A l l ll G - r l ' l .ll l' . , fl ','lA" ill' " "l,l,ll1-4.-'E l lflggliiiiw fr-::::...-:-Q 'll L3-:xv-Q. :L-W W EMM l F H lf fi-fa? if 'll 3 - 99 I. -k Y , , Q, . W, no if g.Qg.g1,. gf r ff' ,, N , 2.,f""3Y- ' 'M if C i 1- V if ill 9' 'Z.,.ilLg.,' ,-A ff--ff i all Lg ll K ig .L.3,,.i,. fl L- EU! in " ""' ' 'QS l l za ,ji-ll l gi l rl A 114 I il l 5 ll U ll r 1 .li "A iq' f Q, il 5 i lf, ' 1 i, E, Q L n l ll' S ll-'Lil or- f .. ,ll iilfi f ll Ll F . Vlil A fl M Y. W. o. A. CABINET l ll.-. It is the aim of each member of the Y. W. C. A. to live Iesusl law of love and life in Cl ri 1' every relationship on the college campus. ha?- I . EL, l PM OFFICERS QU y , I Presiclent ........,. .................... .......,. Z e e Dunning I I ' K Vice'Presiclent ..... ,........... E mily Erk X Lil- Secretary .........................,...,...... .,...... T helma Hall if l Treasurer ........................................ ........ I essie Adams ng Under-graduate Representative ....... ............. R uth Miller f U-all Chairman Program Dept. ............ ............... M ary Bedford f-,fl l. E Chairman Publicity .............,..... ...... ....... M a rgaret Heseman ' I F W Chairman World Fellowship ..,........................ .........,... A clis Robbins l gj-.Ul Chairman Student Industrial Cooperation ...... .................. I rene Nolen Chairman Social Service ..........,..........,.,.,.. . ..Alleen McGinness A v Chairman Social Committee ........ Nina Lee Burkhart ' Cl! -1. l I x ll l rg, i - F5 or M Q S xp. f--3 '1'-.g.xj':5f,. --, 1 ' ,-' 'el' 21-2 1- In-A 1 l W f-for it l -ii Til - lil E -eg., Y W, W T-.. .iii 1 - -C - - - -- ---- -- -1-1- .. ' -lfijigp sjff. liie.J,ifq-I--g4J-...:f:-----, ' -'WT S . 4-,zgwgj-igi-.153 Q . ILQ ug N-.L-:,,?,:.-:i.lg,',f,1 5..:..,5, W ef 15-,,.,:ugi ,ig ,g 100 e1 's k'.:' I5 fl. "1 if Ir lf'l,,l ' l l,. al,3sT-3.1 li '15-9-Q we In 1' 'ef' ,M-7e..., K , ...A-1 revels Q all and W ' 'Le use--ff. 'L-Arima We Y M C A CABINET The Y M has a definite funct1orx m the lxfe of the college In this smaller field rt en deavols to do what the lwrqer Y M does 111 the commuruty to clnllenge the college men to a Cl1l1SlI1'll'l lxfc m xts broadest sense Its deimte 'lclnevement tlus ycru was to brmg Dr Henrv Hitt Crane here for 1 series of sermons that wlll long be remembered by all who heard them Presldent Vxce Pres1dent Secretaly Treasurer Campus Commrttee Community Commrttee 'N -J' OFFICERS 101 Franl-:lm McDame1 Gllbert F I Schrodt Edward Denzer Horatxo Robbms James Bryan Gxlbert Curry rr J, 1 .1 'J' "3-' fl is 1 H l ll 1 , I--. A ss gl I ' , is i, " 'f fam 'V lhf I -T . fx- H mage- 1 1 H H is H H Kilim- rs .1 S, 1 ,..,...,,?mw H 9 ggi ml . l ':'. ., "fl , , , . 'E ' , I I I . . . gs.. . Y ,ss s . . i E1 3,1 B E S8 S8 B S8 B T 1 Eli ' n l ,V an , ' E Y " . 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J ess Boren ff ll Lf q C Y 4 1 -x,,, ,eff - Il q f ll K2 "N, mf' flr '51 "Yr Y' ihxg, ,Q lv I - , . 2- - M Y I ff I 4 ll 1 J 1 " If J A " ", I, if l l I l , -W, Q - ,il X 73 ft- I I " --f-?l V 4' ki f- U' if :f':::lrr'.l Y l fm 'ff --V Jw..L. .,'---'Qf,gc1 LU mf" .ra 5.251 -'fgefzll 'Y-'j 1,- 1111 ull y,,1if,igH.4l15lQ-Eli ' 7'L?iSEL1ji5:ilLlk' -"U I l'w EH K Q i 1,fT"i 3: ? .fx V' , w 5 V I ii, vga' Hi af' lf I L P 1 H JL JL 1 WF L r' --: JJ 1 . .U .A My W. ESQ E :ai ss-mn - Y .-,..., W , '- -- V ' M7 "fig, E mm -. . . Q . gm- z- My Q gm...,L .mlxwgum swag, Em S ,K , H E E 'SS : A ' SS EW- uf miss' 'gig-5 , 'HH ,': H 542 gl .aim 5-Q saw?-gg mimi, E H H ., 5 ,H mn E, H , B ms- EE mm sg 34' Sw ,m. ef- -ms .W QN,m5m 5 -mmm Bm ss w - . M I if W . -H5 .W . NHL my HH' -L? 5 m H E Q . S 1 'isa ws Hg! ss . A HE Q , ' 2,3395 ml '3- ' a me w n gags m THE HOSPITAL BOARD OFFICERS .......Franklin McDaniel President ........., VicefPresidenr .... ........... Z ee Dunning Secretary ....... Ruth Miller Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,....,.,,.,,,.,................A........ ....... D ean Torbet Faculty Chairman of Student Welfare Committee ...... ....... D r. Olaf Hovda f O , 1 1 'OOf W w 9- 'a M 1 '. 1. ' , " mn H W .-ff 1 X , Q, -Y---V -2-A v 1' F 'gLiZ.ilTI!- , ,T , . , ",1g"g,L'M' A' 102 -gr -' W- ' t uf' mm 'wsu N1-Jw. 'r .aw r tr-.fm-ww-H'-W , W .e e-A - who H eww We-f be ...sr sr 2. Hai L .H x.,, H li f M! ,QM B4 -'W than pg ll s H ...-. 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A - VY ,, , Glamialian Eiieratg Svnrinig Colors Red and Whrte Flower Red Carnauon Motto Vmcxt Quae Patrtur The Castalxan Lrteruy Somety was orgaruzed rn 1907 at Moores Hxll College and reor gamzed durmg the hrst year m the hfc of E C The soc1ety has thrwcd rn xts new home and IS noted for xts enterprxse and mxtxauve Thxs year xts sp1r1t was mamfested m the annual Iootball Cll1'll12I of November 21 and ID the blg Castallan Carnlval whxch was a rip roarmg sue CBSS OFFICERS Pxesxdent Vlce President Secretary Treasurer Cutxc Sergeant at Arms Chaplam Prosecutmg Attorney Paulme S1gler Zee Dunnmg Irene Nolen Alleen McGmness Madelxne Haas Margaret Hesernan Vrrgmza Torbet MEMBERS Carolyn Atkms Clara Barnett Frankle Dwuner Zee Dunnmg Anna Hexmme Goeke Rachel Greaves Madelme Haas Margaret Heseman Mary Howard Mabel Ineo Margaret Lxnhart Stella Logan Alrce Lytle Alleen McG1nness Mae INenneker Irene Nolen Mxldred Purdue Esther Rletz Frances Sevrmghaus Pauhne Sxgler Ima Spun ston Anna Louxse Thrnll V1rg1n1a Torbet Marxan Vlckery Helena Well Ruth Welborn Marjorle Yokel Alice Ly tle exhlfl lil . 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I I El.- 106 S71g,nur11van ifnirrarg i-'vnrwtg Coloms Blue and Gold Flower Dznsy Motto Plucl the lwurels from the mountun top of scxence The S1gOlllI'lC'1l'lS 'stand for all Llnt 15 hlghest and best both in scholwwtxc and IH soclal ac tlvmes for they try I"uthfully to hve up to then motto Two 1ed lettel events Gtand out ln thls yerrr Q lnstoxy the new pms mth then damty row of peeulq md the annnvelsary b1rthday dinner men at the Shrmc MoQque fo1 the soclety celebmted xts mxty exghth bnthday thxe March P1 esxdent Vxce Pxemdentz Secletary Tre1su1ex Chaplam Proseeutmg Attorney Crxuc Helen Arnold Helen Bertclsen Nma Lee Bmkhut Manon Dome Dorothy E1SSlC1 Ilnuly Erlc Pnuhne Geolge Florence Hovey Helen ohnson Beltha Kelly Helen Kramer OFFICFRS MEMBERS 101 Helen Bertelsen Ruth Muller Adelzude Richardson Bertha Kelly Mlldred Stout Dorothy Exssler Helen Schnute Mwly Ellen McClure Helen Malel lxlhan M'ut1n Ruth Mxllex Lon, Mueller Wlnlfred Pfister Ahce Plane Adelaide Rmhaxclson Helen Sclmute Margaret Schnute Mlldred Stout 0 Q 0 O : Q . 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This year, soon after college began, the society presented flowers to the football meng it awarded pennants to the winners and coach of the' Oxford debateg and presented the college with an American flag. This so' clety also presented Mrs. Pauline Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio, in a violin recital. OFFICERS VicefP resid ent ..... , President ........ Secretary ........... Treasurer ....... Cr1tic .....,..... ............................... MEMBERS Gertrude Reller Faye Sparrow Irma Schenk Lela Teamer Sophia Silver Catherine Giannini Gladys Brandon HONORARY MEMBERS Florence Klamer Florence Rolcl Maybelle Alexander Mary Bedford Aurelia Bissmaier Thelma Hall Cora Poehlein ...,..Ruth Halverson ...............Sophia Silver ............Florence Klamer ......Maybelle Alexander ...........Gertrude Reller Elva Winkler Charlotte Rosenbaum Irene Pell Emily Thuman Mary Louise Mueller Mary Jane Bonham Margaret Simpson Ruth Halverson Mrs. Martin S. 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E551 3 ffliffi LQ-- f:v-.-H ., -6?-3-ww E J :A 1 -,T FH ' E,:."'I..g....4.,f X'--" ml. V Y.'A l5,f12ZQ'!x gl Ln 1 if fil'f 3lfffff535,575 :wr W frifz-iii-m V.: 5. 1--L1 114 rr riff eff a a.w .ses Fi siezzugjraendmfebres :swa+g A lllll r rw ra ,- ll ill ll H fl, J Evhating Grams The college has been represented in intercollegiate debating during the past year by the handsome young forensic stars whose pictures appear on the opposite page. The allegation that they were being trained as a musical comedy chorus has been found to be unfounded, although one of our enthusiasts characterized Gil' bert Osborne's type of masculine beauty as "psychic" The claims of the lesser lights to worship at the shrine of Apollo, rather than follow the example of Def rnosthenes, created strife and friction so it was decided to take advantage of the war of words and put them upon exhibition. This, however, necessitated some foemen to be sacrificed in the cause of truth rather than beauty, and it occurred to the department that a few international conn ctions and foreign entanglements might not come in amrss Accordingly on the night of November 1 there appeared the internationally famous debating team from Oxford Unrvers ty England bringing the son of the Prime Minister himself to dispute with our boys on the merits of the League of Nations The College was represented by Anson Kerr Gilbert Osborne and Oscar Zopf with Franklin McDaniel in the emergency berth The Coliseum was re quired to accommodate the palpitating crowd that hung breathless on the lightest word of these phrase wlelders and that great audience of over three thousand re corded their opinion th rt the eollege had the better of the argument Evansvrlle was the only college in the State rble to secure r debate with this distinguished term and turned out the largest audience but one th rt the Englishmen faced rn this country On Mrrch 6 the college partrerprted in the triangle debate with Earlham and Butler The resolution concerned unemployment insurance Earlham was success ful rn its opposition to the motion but Butler was humbled before the spirited at tack of the College To the men who debated against Oxford there were added for the triangular debates Gilbert Schrodt B5 ford Cot Mark Lockwood Edward Plane and Harold luncker The men who gave their time and energy to so well representing the college deserve credit and support for their pains The reputation of the college has been materially bettered by the victory over Oxford and the stimulus to interest in de batrng has been consider rble The co rch for fh1S ye rr has been Prof Aura Smith M A Oxon 'r Fl ,Tl N1 Ui ,, I. rf-ls. rf rl J all lt--N-I-'-gm--12-sg-5-as-1-last lil -ee. reg- 3 lrflll-3--TL---tv'--T1 1 saab-5.....giLJ 5331 115 lift , xl 1 r .. . . . e r B- 1 I .D A . . 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I bi if ugi y Biff I W , I ' l I l rf. wigs Sims s2H2s?jmggsgfE 5.3-ysgmggfg FM was 1 . 1, Y W 'i BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB ig X V Motto-Be competent. L , I Since its organization in the fall of 1922 the club has been increasingly useful and inter' ' J 1 esting. This is especially true under the able administration of William Zopf, its present head. i 5 X Its aim is to furnish practical business training, to promote a high standard of scholarship, and H ' to establish friendly relations with the business men of the city, who are invited to address the JP, club from time to time. All students who have iive hours credit in Business Administration V' or are carrying ive hours work in that department are eligible for membership. OFFICERS AE-, President ............... .........,...............,.. ....... W i lliam Zopf sl Vice-President .......,. ...................,,. ....... W a lter Iarvis ' SecrctaryfTreasurer ..... ...v......................... ....... O S car Zopi A DIRECTORS rm L Russell Wyatt George Wriglxt I W john Feigel Anson Kerr Ed. Plane Norman Lukens MEMBERS La Verne Becknell Robert Ransley Wayland Miller Walter jawis John Boren Carl Timmel Jack Breskovv Hayvld Ilmfkef UH! jack Bryan George Wriglit Earl Bundy OUOU Kaftman 5' f Iames Bryan Russell Wyatt Fletcher Denton Anson Kerb A . . n . Sam Kweskin Clarence Deltsch William Zopi john Feigel - - H, . , Oliver Loetzerich ui 7' Robert Kraft Wilmar Zopf jesse Fine Emerson Melton l Ed. Plane Oscar Zopf William Folz Adolph Kahn 3 Rcynold Propheter Norman Lukens Fred Hulvershorn Robgrg Taylor Rufus Putnam Willard Howerton Charles Hurst Preston Fuquay Lggfgu fef W f, F" 'HIQ:"1'x ffmya . . ,g,i,.., Q fin J il lliN!iF'l 5 1 lil W Eggiili.-.9I' 'ill-NETEES , ' IV I .... . it is-Le ' tl to 'eff .I ,.,',..v.." MP1 1"...ifl1' :X L ., .... ig E.- MM, . 1 EJQL -ff'-' 116 S-x,c,r--..,,f Aside fiom its rcgula dent body as guesta President ........................................ ....-..-----.------..--.- A .- VicefPresidcnt .................. ........,.----. ...--- ---------------- - LATIN CLUB Motto Sodalitas Latinae 1 meetings the Latin Club has give OFFICERS '1 number of plays with the ........,,.,..,.VlfgIH121 Toibct .......,..,........Mildred Stout .Helen Maier Secretary ....,................................... .......-.-- .--,--,.--,-- A ----------------------- - Treasurer ................... .. .... .... ...... , ...............--.-, . -.A--- - - Dr, Bassett Hubert Kockritz Manfred Haas Madeline Haas L. T, Buck Horatio Robbins Adis Robbins Mildred Stout Emily Erk MEMBERS Helena Weil Florence Hovey Anna Hermine Goeke Mary Bedford Aurelia Bissmaier Harold Young Virginia Torbet Thelma Shepard Pauline George .- f-. f-J ,"" - .iiffibl f f '-my X 1- fy ref Aw.. ilk 1' lld 1222311 E if ' llgijj-E ll W 7, J I -e?am3'QQ -Qffeoaai e Ill ll -' Q-lated-,f-A -1 Awww " ' ' 5' T' 'J ' ' l Mil E E61 1 1 7 Erlc Allcen McGinness Helen Maier Willard Hoyt Kathleen Caiiee Gertrude Reller Elizabeth Paton Ruth Welborn Lois Mueller Rachel Greaves W. E. Williams SU I if -' ' -- 1 - - , .,,g:,,,,,,, ' 'W' 'M ' 'Ti vm A Y is . T -fi, y I' .KA ,dh YY , ' fs .. 'J f- L 'ki ' 14 FT ' I ,- , , W . -...MS 4 . iglx gl l Rial . Y .--K W Y , ,Y A ij l ' L, V H L,, f L Y . ii W . T. ,.f.-it-3 WW ,Q-Ya .:.:v:g-Mom--1 B was w -e, W- Q -M.-...-isvmas-m m e,,ea-...- .Newegg -maxima: f'gwmmmt-Efxgw V Hamm-Wim: - ' - - ' 'A ' n . ' t . .. 1 J Y Q ' A 3 ,1 eu , I . I J . 4 ENGINEERS' CLUB f 1 1, Zdf i xref?--F1,-C. ,-3. ' :Y Q-Tl,-xi, if - all I rg yd lfl V' '!E11Q,I11l2P15 Glluh Colols Red and Wl11te Motto Pract1ee Proves Theory The Engmeerrng, Department of Evansvxlle College wls c1eated IH the fill of 1920 From 1ts smwll lJCg,lI1I11Dg w1tl1 1bout a dozen students the department h1s grown stead1ly untxl It now enrolls almost 1 hundred students and sequues thlee 1DSt1UCf01S Of the oixgmal twelve students Robert Balcel and Stwnley Cublnson wlone 1e1na1n The EFIQIDCCIS Club dates almost from the very begmnmg of the department Its pur pose IS to p1omote knowledge of the p1'1ct1c1l arts and sclences of envmeermg and to encourage 1 better fellowshxp among the engmeermg students As the enfnneers are d1v1ded mto two sec tlons whlch '1lte1n Lte m ttlenelmg college the lastly 1l1CI'1fIOI'1Cd a1m of the club 1S s1gn1hcant At the hx monthlv mcetmgs p11ct1e1l problems are brought up and discussed Engmeers 1n VRFIOUS lmes of work gxve the students the beneit of the1r expenences Soc1al events are not fmgotten Puucs hwy 11des p1en1es and a launch 11de as a gnand finale furmsh plenty of d1vers10n The Engmeens End lIll'l1C to paxucnpate mn all founs of mthletxcs hterary socxetxes and extra curuculu acuvxtxes They ue 1 l1ve buneh and then vun and energy play 'ln 1mportant role ID the l1fe of the collefe CFFICERS P1es1dent Stanley G Cubb1son Irwm C Wl11tmoyer Charles Taylor Ingle C Tumble Vxce P1 csndent Secretary T1 B'l.SU1 Cl Aclx 1so1 HONORARY MEMBERS M'1x B Robmson P1of G E Mruchant IO R E Robb D1 Ol1fHovd1 P10 "'?...,...,iL""-"""2.L r'-ll l LT! l ' 119 1 i W v r-1' L. l-.LJ "1 J ll U lln, 'Q QW' - L. ,J l 1 El 'f l lip! rd Ll? Q . Q 'Q .fl Il l fi wp 1 ' 1- , 1, 1. 1. . I . - ,K n to-Y, 1 . . . '- . - . - - 1 -- - 1, 'La A A 1 e I I . K-4 11 'lp 1 - , .- 1 1 - - 1 , 1 iv ' K ' I ' ' I I ' l l ' ' 1 1 . fl 1 . b . 1 1 2 be -1 V' 1 - . ' V . P , . D A- f "T ' .'-'z 1' ' ,' .:' - ' ' ' Q . 5 Q21 . 1 A . - 1 1 A - I f V , " l , Q- ' 1 A . U - . , Ui ll I . .- l- - . .- . l 1 . - I I ' z ' .. e . ' . ' ' . 1, l Q ' 11 lfllil' L l ' J 1 1 .L ' 1, Y1-"TH""QQ1iQiQiIiQiQQ1IQjij11111111111iilijiijijiiiljlliQiiiilljjjill' 7 1 ' ' 1 V. ' .................,....,.......,.......................,..................,.. Prof. Max B. Robinson ' l fllllf l ' ' l ir as , Fl T 114 f. . . -1 . . :TU 1 l It 12 ills 11 , Q ,I l l ll 5 ll 1 1 1 S fl -.ul we t We 1 'em ll L U AI,-1, giil,-SEQ.-,SE ' l 1 'UQ 11 Ti 112 3 w'L1g11g pw J Eiifgl, L 15- gl , lf1E"S'Q 1 ' Q ll 1 1,11 11 ff-.14 ,xiii 11 1 11 1 11-1 1 1 1 dwg" T Q YYY ggi? 1 D 1 A-if f . 5713" .-15 711' r ll T i3jjl'tf:ZffLTi'- as O ii i? 17 i O F or EL Y vaijs Gi new fit 240 f ll L . il l N - l I T a f -s EDUCATION CLUB X The present Education club, with membership open to all students preparing to teach, Q was organized in the spring quarter of 1924. The combined club meets monthly and some f educator presents a phase of the teaching problem. The various groups, rural, elementary, and high school, are privileged to hold separate professional or social meetings, in addition to the U regular club meeting. 4 On November 28, 1924, the custom of an annual reunion of former E. C. education stu- dents was inaugurated by the club, with a banquet at Zion's hall. This was given in connecf tion with the sessions of the Southwestern Teachers' Association, then meeting in Evansville. One hundred and Hfty alumni and students attended. William McAndrew, Superintendent of W' Schools of Chicago, was the principal speaker. .. OFFICERS X President ............, ...................... ........ M a ybelle Alexander Vice-President .... ................. T helrna Hall . Y Secretary ......... ............ E rua Mertens Treasurer .. ......................... ........ F. ileen Beckett - ADVISERS Prof. A. B. Cope Prof. H. H. Humke Miss Dorothy Joy French 1 ii N A Q ,... iii !,:-gm.-.ibn ' , 2 1-' pg 'Q-if Mffxn-, ' l 11--:X 1ll9.?'1W 1-fzg, T M U i he ' Qai T fi gk' -F ?1'i!'i'i,151s T ' 5 Fr ' i 120 fy A ..J..,. v . ,, , all Cal ffm 1- .ff Q J HUGHES HALL GIRLS Wlxen the Sweetsex Hall grrls returned to school thls year they were dxsmayed to find themselves homeless But not for long Doctor Hughes vacated his home 1n then' favor 'md Hughes Hall has proved an excellent substxtute for the old F1rst Street place I nearness to the college IS a decldcd advantage and all m all the guls have found xt a happy place to OFFICERS Thelma. Hall Paulme Slgler Mary E Bedford Premdent Vxce Prcslclent Sect etary Song Leader Rachael Greaves MEMBERS Emma Hmlle Cla1a Barnett Many Nardo Margaxet Steffeus F1ank1e Dauner Mary Wade jlisi ....1..ql J 1 Il Y .ll l. xg-Q ,.,...ll.:..-J. Wiiv V ' - ll 1 f .. 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Q it, fall i ' 3 .lo il lf' w ., E Lf ll 1 mug ll I i l r xg ' EJ -..W . .,,,, . . . . 'L i l I ,Pl oUR ORCHESTRA ,., F . l 4 w N W l X i W l fl L SJ few- K- li . . , M- li :IU We are justly proud of our orchestra. Under Mrs. Humphreys able leadership their I l progress has been remarkable. After fl preliminary public appearance in chapel, they performed l l W at the Founders' Day Banquet in a highly creditable manner. A performance at the Auto lr ffl Show must be included in the year's activities, and the crowning feature was an excellent conf Ll 5 cert given on April 16. In this the orchestra was assisted by Mr. Mitchell Humphreys and a ' trio in colonial costume. The performance spoke well for the musical future of Evansville Fl 'T college. QT 1 3 J . V l will il 9 ls' J l fl Eg gig V l l '-nl.: N f 5F 'SW ,A Q f-1 '-1. f''1lil755Y"'32f'ffl1'W. l a i ' l T lg'l'l?W:l2i'i! Vjf i all ,-,, ,- -, .,- ,-, ,-, -4 - r- R L3 " lx 'i:.7:,::3 tfff fff' Y W 6777- .. Y Y ... f' are A ' Y Q--is-1 i "fwfr .1.1.Afiapf,-!y'g'5'5e5r" v , V Y ,l1T'l" ' T-'rd'-l -M3 fflll alxfr: LJ :ffl 'v L r llL,?,g?'kjh1"l':j L,4......' " f - .,.,:,.-.-.f"'f":'F7'5 fi ge L Mr . , 'S' -'-' j.i,:Lc..gJq4 'LM ' 'i'i1n1i1l -'A . 11? er.: M , ff- ' ll! ei .l'- ,f 122 e ee w l Gr H ll l E ll ff-3 A ,j Q-W ji, of 1 mf K slr qkeffll 5251 l.rill?'U ,l , J I V f'1'S 3 Q 1 H H e M . We rwq szlo. .Q WZTSEQ Mr , mn, go 4:4 m Ll F E a AGASSIZ CLUB The Aqaamz elub ww orQ'm1zcd m 21 by the members ol' the Zoology class under the leademhxp of Doctor Bxancy It Wu named for Louis Awmslz the grelt nituralxst Its pm ose has been to study some ol the more pnetlcwl phases of zoology especially IH thenr rela tnon to dnscnse and meclxcme to ueute and develop a keen observatron of nature m all 1fS as pects 'mcl to become l'rm1l1'1r wxth the lxves of glewt scuentxate OFFICERS 'W Z Presndent Vxce Pxeeldent Secrctuy Cutxc Carl Allmger Helen Arnold Helen Bertelsen John Boren Ink Bryan Llmes Bryan F1 mlc DeWeese olm Erwm Osborne Fxshback MEMBERS Robert Haley Hmace HJYLISOH Ernest Hoge Muy Howud Orion Kattmann Bertha Kelly Ollver Loetzeuclw 1 merson Melloll Luwrence Page 'N VM X 1- ,,.r... -1--Q.. .JMTK ef-ve-M lnl swf' rkf -4 Qfs-G 123 George Wxxvlx Helen Bertelsen Robert Taylor jack Bryan Ahce Plane Samuel Sha Russell Slmpson Robert Taylor Anna Thrill Maman Vxckery Clnrles W1ll1s Gcoxqe Wllght Roy VVyLtenbacl1 fzxz-..:1r+--'f'-wA...T f . 1 ' 7 lr Y l y L 1 of H V' L 1 1 M -., Q In l J L V, ff V1 u Lf l V x. l ' n. 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Ji EH lTllgf1Qe12Q:.e.lll1yQ5 U3 - -14 I :,.,..:..i.. 1 , '- -L ni .ui I f-seem .-1 -' -,A we al e L9 1 an-, -- A, , I-If . a -1, -gg L- J L lltlolqlllflrll L A, , ., Jta aL, .L s-,, ,-' eg-:Maw rj ifIf'i4 if ls I . . GP,-ee. RWM I 2 E. l, ell, Qty Q?3 if nil, -N -a ,-iiesali W z", s' E. as l- ZW i me-! WT i .E VW PASTEUR MEDICAL SOCIETY fx V The members of the embryology class, recognizing a common interest in practical topics I relative to diseases and the manner of treating them, organized in September, 1924, as the Pas- teur Medical Society. The object of this society is to stimulate individual research in the various UIQ phases of the Held of common interest, and to provide opportunity at its monthly meetings ef' for the presentation of Endings acquired through such research. Thus the entire membership derives a specihc, informative and practical benefit from the study of each member, as Well as 1 I individual experience in methods of research and presentation of reports. General discussions ' 9 of material relevant to the topics on each program considerably enhance the value and heighten y ,Q the interest of the sessions of the society. ' W' OFFICERS J- ri President ,,.,,.....,...... ...................... ..,........ R u ssell Springston NE, ViCCfPfCSidC11t ,.......,.. .........................,..,............ L ois Mueller 'N Secretary .,,,,,,,,,,.,,....,... .............................................,.. G ilbert SCl1l'OClC PF Program Committee ,,..,,. .................... I ma Springston, Fred Wyttenbach I MEMBERS 5 Maybelle Alexander Lois Mueller - Charles Claybon Gilbert Schrodt i George Coleman Ima Springston Edward Denzer Russell Springston .3 Ruth Melchior Fred Wyttenbach L' , ii 1 r l H- sv ffa' 'N . faA'.!r,f1w'?5 K I I I get-ZEN jmlrlw, 'gag , -5 - J so f.. F ' , mfg 'ifi " E QIQLZLAV, iw A J., e W M ,- it-U Q tk eo rl? 124 - I f?gTmelfh1lnG ASA GRAY CLUB The Asa Gray Botany Club was formed H115 year by the botany students of D1 B1gneys class wxth the more pmerreal phases of the subject and lmkrnq elassroom actxvrtlcs Wrth those of the world outslde The plpers whrch are read xt the foltnlghtly mectrngs not only accom they offer a pleaszng varratron m class routme and tram the members rn parlmmentary pro Prcsrdent Vrce Pr csldcn t Secretary Cutzc Program Commrttee Mary Bedford Aurelm Brssmuer Maxy Jane Bonham Lemes Talbcrt Buck Edrre M Darley Bermce Elssler Arnuna Entsmmger Hcrmrnc Goeke OFFICERS Gllhert MEMBERS Rachel Greaves Thclmr Hall Louxse Herm Norman Lukcns Leland Lutz James E M1llc1 Lozs Mueller Ruth Melchon Lemes Talbert Buck Lols Mueller Bermce E1ssler Ernest Watson Schrodt james E Mrller Irene Pal Gxlbert Schrodt Thelma Shephard VIFQIHIH Smrth Mildred Stout Edward Stutevlllc Ermle Thurman Ernest Watson Mrldrcd Young QE- 55 2 CTS! I I VT"fL--, V ----4,,'l 125 1.1 l l ' 1 l J , W ' , A 4 ' q . - - K . - ' 1" "' S l r I It It ' '. ' . z ' . . z ' ' 'Y - ' ' phsh thrs but mal-:e the results of individual research available to the entire class. In addition l ' C K. ' l 4 f l - ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r. .,,,,......................,..,.,....... ,...,.... ..... .... l r ,,.... fff...f ..... I .......,.......... A ..................,,.,....... ....,..................... ' . Q L. 1 1 f , ' ' Z ' ' 1 I I 2 1 U I . . f . ea C ' M . . l c , , ,. ' ' . -1 ' . I 4 eo- M fx f ,,,, I,,.,g,,. ,ff .-1 fx 1 f Wwlfil eff-I In rw' wifi , T ll 1 lr4lf:el.lIpe-22 - .W ,J T., .,., ' , W w A so We e G-- s s rr A ,J lr J -t .FH I f, fa Kie1.,IIILTf'm ff, :Q t 1 A-L Q 1 Ihjgggzx Hn du - "T lWl,i'55?lI 97' 153 rt, LQ D' 'i1::r3L2ifE5J5w1 IORDAN SCIENCE CLUB The club is named for David Starr Jordan, the renowned scientist. lt grew from the desire of Dr Bigney's class in Human Geography to know more about nature in its relation to peo plc Environmental influence making for the progress or retardation of races has formed an interesting and profitable studyj The social aspects of science are too often overlooked here they are discussed and evaluated in the papers prepared by the club members. President ...... VicefPresident .... Secretary ......... Advisor ......... Critic . ....... . Eileen Beckett Ruth Brizius Charles Claybon Hattie Cummings Howard Dassel Marion Doane Bernice Eissler Arrnina Entsminger Jessie Foster OFFICERS MEMBERS Catherine Giannini Willa1'd Hoyt Gertrude Lauer Mary Ellen McClure Rose Martin Erna Mertens Irene Nolen Winif1'ed Pfister Mary Pleak ...,..,.....v....Irene Nolen ...........,..,Charles Claybon ....,,...Armina Entsminger Bigney Mary Ellen McClure Reynold Propheter Mildred Purdue Adelaide Richardson Florence Rold Sophia Silver Marie Stoelting Francis 'Tanner Beatrice Wilhelmus Dorothy Zenthofer few W, " ',-M-x',E1ilQSj2jfQ"gf'nes" It rl -tin! all -r r e gi, C153 -fd' ' T - fir QF ic Fw L.""""5 3' L i. U Q gd :Er a fa 4-1"'l!a?Lfl'!' 5 fri Meir sag!-tial: :TS J' 126 V o rr' it Y ,-?.g..3., ft, 5 if T...,.X for ' YY H, Wi We We el it-eo?vfQ.', 5J3T'r FAM he 'Q fflitl, ffP""'5'f-Qliil ll ll It ll .h W X L V 'l fi Elie Qllyurwa y MM i' The Chorus is a big factor in the musical life of the college. Its members are both numerf ous and enthusiastic, and are generous with their talent. They entertain us officially at an T1 occasional chapel exercise, and unoflficially on each practice clay. This year their program lm lap T ll includes the presentation of 'LMiss Cherry Blossom." at f, img, MEMBERS v L1 Verne Becknell Alleen MCGIHDC s Ruth Blackman Mary Louise Mueller Eileen Connoi Muy Nudo Frank DeWeese Lfwtxencc Page Robert Dunville Herman Sander Dorothy Eissler Samuel Sha P Luhne George MlfQa1Ct Schnute V" Maud Hetzcl Paul Harmon lloxcncc Hovey Bertha Heim XVan1t'1 Hoyt Alree Kfuseh M lton Kelly Hubert Kockutz Gladys Marsh Mary Ellen McClure 'vleta Schlundt Alice Swope Emxle Thumin Cathlecn Tlebenor Altha Warren IVIa1e1'1 Wlmeeler Russell Wyatt Marjouc Yokel Mildred Young Dorothy Zenthofer X ce---'ew ici LU ci.. Him x..x 127 W l hill hgp f i k , . A S A JU fr v ' 1 ' . ' C ' as , U All I I .L 1 . , . N lol 1 N l LW LJ 1 V -, . 1 C ,J ,4 , L, ' '. - 1 ff ' GJ I . . 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W l I W ' I i 1 '1 ' A ' I , J 5 J f . , up 1T6 M---U-Hi"'e"Tl1--H-L- ' C MT fr W- fu- "- 52 JS 14 Neg: Hafriliszqx M2155 ,W .i..-,. l F11 P1 ,- A , V as gg tif' fr 1, ? as 'Tr fl P... ,1. 'TM gpm gg, LLC WEN 3 Im C" ' 'sf' im -' f W, N . alfa ,3 To Coach Harmon goes all the glory 1 if that has been given to Evansville Col' 5, I lege through the athletic world. He L is the driving power back of the boys 5 who have helped to make the name of Alla l Evansville College. Two years ago he fl l came to Evansville and undertook a ,W ., task in which many said he would fail. J Q On the other hand he has made a won' l , derful success both in football and bas- B' l ketball. , ' 1 It was through the efforts of Coach f-U1 Harmon that Evansville College was l represented by a strong football team both years of its existence. In basketball , he turned out one of the best teams of l the middle west and the people of Ev' g ansville as well as students of the Col' rf' lege are going to back him in all his l l undertakings. Coach Harmon has won an everlastf ing home in Evansville and in the ,E hearts of all E. C. backers. We hope that Evansville College will never lose him and that his work will continue be' ing a success. at l y 'Tl l , l ' mfg V T lg,l COACH JOHN HARMON ,a,f.,5,T.qfg, ilu 'U' 4 'lli Wi3i':JvCYsi A l - l ,llllflllil l flag F A, W , legs , ' i up L- , f:::2r 'is tu 1 si :J l',iL-if!! f - F 11.15 LH i41fQ15:m.fll2 ull E-, - if if - -7- , new J' - 7 e -fr -- - -' - Y-W "Wap u ,.f., 4 'f ,Y ur J-e Q N' V' , aa, ,.. , T., , t t , -1. 211-1 ,L--. lj ll I 3 n ,. 5 v"T'n a I ---+L.. f"'4g"'-G". ' --"'mfx 1 ,f K 1. -'iv .- .1 V -- 1 -1 , A-.H A--.ao---Q. , ff- i'i'1' - -, 2-if---T' H ' 'f '1 ls ' L' l f a-S. -7 fa-My-'--V--V-. : ll l., . re-2--2--Qf,...ifr rip t Q lifkj. Z -:VE Zllnnthall Football in Evansville College this year was not so successful in the number of games won but in experience and material the season as a whole was a success. This was only the second year for Football in Evansville College and under the tutor' ing of Coach Harmon the football team played real football. The season started with a rush. With about eight letter men back from last year and many promising Freshmen it looked as if Evansville college would have a championship team. But "Lady Luck" seemed to like our company and after winning three straight games we were blessed with injury after iniury which handicapped us very much However it looks as if Coach Harmon will have an abundance of material next year Only two men will be lost to the squad Captain Hoyt and Stuteville who will graduate this spring They will be missed but with many new men coming in next fall and with several promising subs it looks as if their places wrll he well filled We are fortunate in having one of the best football coaches in this part of the country and with the support of the college and the city he will make the name of Evansville College famous in athlet1c clrcles SUMMARY OF GAMES The football season opened with our team meet1ng the fast Central Normal eleven of Danville E C was out to avenge the stinging defeat of last year when Central Normal won 7 6 At the end of thc game E C was at the long end of a 12 6 score Every man played well and cons1stent fighting was the cause of the win The second game was with Murray Normal of Kentucky This is a new school and was not in the class with our Purple and Vxfhite warriors It was in this game that Coach Harmon found a real quarterback in the personage of Tails Rea His passing to Stuteville our lengthy end was one of the highlights of the game The score was 22 O but Murray had a hard bunch of nghters and a good bunch of sportsmen I I t?- 'f""'s f D 131 lvlll lm . iv 1 4 i it! ll ti Lg-' V' 1 f- . 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W WM , A H ff M fm, ,X 'f 'E L' ' NH: V .. ,ms - Q E md .Ig gf, M z ,, Mk JM - H ff ' 1 my 'U ,V 1-T V fm- Vg W. ,N x A .. lf' . wx LW . WE as, 1 f MH Q . na, in-W 1. f N f , 'I f -X x 1 f---H Y... - r 1- 1 C '?'--QW fn 'WEA w vm an , ' - ,.-4 vs ,,,..,1,, X I ---Y-.7 H If r -K w 1 X Q .2 f- K 1---1 5, . .-,g-AML Y Y V' ' " -' 'Quifiz-,-'f , ...- ,,, . Q13 -wx-liW,,:u ny, Q -- Y CMV-I i Z ---- V nw- 1., 'M !I33ij'iJ"' D1 Y J ,I P - - I ' rw 'Ai I ri 'mu nefr.arzQa jj -an Y ! l I. r. fe T'1' i s 'J Ll In one of the hardest fought games of the season Evansville College defeated , Rose Poly 12f6. Our boys were all primed for this game and went into the fray with blood in their eyes. Rose Poly had a big reputation but E. C. had the team work and light that it takes to win the old ball game. The first half of the game was played ,h , on even terms and the half ended in a tie, 6f6. In the closing minutes of the game Stuteville grabbed a fumbled punt and raced across the line for the final and winning points. The winning of this game cost the team dearly as they lost their star punter, Meyers, and also several other men by injury. .rf Cur straight row of. victories was flung to the wind when Oakland City College, our ancient and bitter rivals, defeated the Purple and White to the tune of 26'6. It was just a ease of too much men. Oakland City had a real bunch of football men and they should be justly proud of them. Lukens played a consistent and heady game and was responsible for Evansville's lone touchdown. In the line Scism and Roth performed well The followrna weck E C journeyed to Hanover and was severely trounced by the score of aS O The Pioneers couldn t connect with their aerial attack and smash ing the heavy line of the Hrlltoppers was impossible Small played one of the best games of his football career and received mention for All State honors from several men present Southwestern Presbyterian University of Lawrenceville Tennessee was the next foe of the Pioneers The Purple and White gridders journeyed to that place and lost 1? 9 In the first two minutes of the game Fergel recovered a blocked punt and scored and in a few minutes Stutevrlle kicked a field goal This ended the scor mv for our boys Cn an unlucky fumble Southwestern scored their second touch down wrnnrng the game by the small margin Cn Armistice Day the E C squad defeated Bethel College of Kentucky 34 7 This was another defeat avenged as Bethel had defeated us last year in a sea of mud at Bosse Field Stuteville seemed to be celebrating the arrival of the stork that day as he garnered 25 of the 14 points The squad IS reported to have wrshed for twins next time The Saturday after Armistice Day the Purple and White squad journeyed to Terre Haute where they played the State Normal of that place At the end of the hrst half the Pioneers were leading 7 6 At the beginning of the second half Scism recovered a blocked punt and ran for a touchdown Here the scoring of E C passed and Normal scored almost at will It seemed as if the boys played their poorest brand of football in this game The score ended 28 12 In the last Game of the season Evansville was severely trounced by the West ern Kentucky Normal huskres The Pioneers were no match for the Kentuckians but each E C man stuck to his post till the last whistle blew Captain Hoyt play 11147 hrs last frame for Evansville College played like an All American and was a big factor in holding the score down The final score was '45 0 P9 mmf'-a than r.,...,. r1--- -1----ll, 133 I L 4 t . t J 4 . 4 g . . 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Y Y l,..e-- giiitnizr 'ki -f f y :,...Q,i,- f +-+--ff 1' F1 iffm:1'1f f ' E 'Sgr-I". -S:-1-'JW' Y 7 V ff Q-,-,,.+5' "-'-'J ' LL--I-IK -al ' 1 QL. g 3 QQ'f'Q"'1x:E. an , Xie Q, Il -'Q-:rl--ll' !l pg ,"" ,Vi -3- : fry W ' 'g23:.' ,T." 4--.3 YQ-, QL. 1--,-7: 134 lil I I I I II .V I g In I 1. 1 il gl .III I I I 5.1 I I F I... l III' I ' I If' l...x -J--N a-4---fs, .as ' II .fa If ff I. 11 'I - Cafe-qt., i .,-...- I"" 'I s.. .mas . ss-- ss... - - - W.. --"'?"""'j .ZQ QQf'f.. .,Y. -,. .L,,Q.lai 'LT LZ. Zglu. ,Q fi f' -., w T , "- . . I' ll 'f'1"'f-' we , . r f-. . w H .,.... -- A Q., ,f--1 U II I I f I l l' ,,,.,.F,,?.7T. 3.7 -, J Lx, -.3,.a. .I-,. . . MH,-' , .:4...-.---.- 1 , , ....i..... 4 1 ,--L.---I-ar'-'frf4e:Lff'+-fi H ji- Inj if .1 L' .. 'E T1""-'fiQ5:a iii-f-gv:ET"""I MII .II I I WILLARD HOYT-Captain. ,I . , II .f If - . . . . l . This was Hoyts second year with E. C. and his last. He was one of the quietest men on 'X II the team but was always thinking and never lost his head. Hoyt's tackling was always hard I and his playing was clean. .fill Nl I , . II' LUTHERSMALL-Cwmmekd. H "Lute" is one of the best passers that can be found in this part of the country. He also l If is a sure tackler and a good punter "Lute" will make 11 Hne general for the squad next year and should make All State without any trouble Heres luck Lute RALPH REA Quarterback Tails was the find of the season It was in the Bethel game that he showed Coach Harmon his excellent passing and hard line plunging Rea should make a valuable man for E C 1n the next three years and it looks as if it will bc a hard job to beat Talls out of his place NORMAN LUKENS fullback Norm came to us from DePauw and was one of the hardest lntters of the team When a few yards were to be made it was Norm who plowed through He also developed mto a wonderful punter before the end of the season and should be a real asset to E C next season EDWARD STUTEVILLE End Slim is our elongated end He was feared by all teams and there was always a body guard placed around hlm by each team He showed his worth to the team in several of the games and was always lighting Slim graduates this year and will be sadly missed by E C in all athletics We wish you and yours all the success in the world Shm IOHN DUNVILLE End ohnny was Slim s running mate He was the pluckiest little tighter that Evansville College ever hopes to have ohnny even played Wlth broken bones and he certamly showed his worth in the Rose Poly game against the 290 lb giant Dunville has two more years in Evans ville College and we know they will be spent lighting for old E C I r,,,,,..,g :'s,..:.'L1" ,T...,,,..1 Lu,3'fP'S-JN-,J A-X 135 III a I III III! 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FF PE' X: vf-+1-fwzwff s F- ia Y l M . ' ' 1111 u 1,bLT3,q cu sm Lv Iiiifiiill if fri Mm UI '1: f:f-3321: U nn ',,v,!,lL1f1E'5Io!FL.!: ff .L- .-,.. , -.Q-2-.f-1 136 i V . 'A 'W-a.-.LHL'Fifrff2f'12flY2r3 . ll . l RUPERT ROTH-Tackle. "Dutch" was the big boy who stopped them through tackle. Very seldom was there any gains through his territory. Always full of pep and fight Dutch was aiding the Pioneers to victory. He will also be with us for two more years and if he improves as much the next two years as he has this year, look out ALL AMERICAN! ' JOHN FEIGEL-Center. "Runt" was small but mighty and his passing was of the very best. He was responsible for several of the Pioneers' touchdowns and was always in the thick of the fray. Feigel is only a Freshman and is developing all the time. He should make Coach Harmon a valuable man next year. ARTHUR COITMAN Halfbaclr Goat was one of those typical Kentucky gentlemen He was a hard lighter and a goo fellow Arthur left us after football and we fear we will not have hxrn with us again next year but he will always haxe 1 place in the hearts of the students of Evansv1lle College DANIEL SCISM Guard Dan was no mediocre player by any means but one of the best guards and hardest light ers that can be found He was always alert and it was very seldom that he was caught oil' the yoh Dan will be with us two more years and we ltnow hc will be in the iight for E C at all tlmes ROBERT MEYERS Halfbaclt Bob is one of the best punters in this section of the country and 'r good line plunger He left us after football season and it is doubtful if he will be back next fall Meyers was really the best triple threat man of the squad CHARLES TAYLOR Quarterback Charlie is a boy who can really ill any position in the baclclield and do it well He is heady and zggxessixe Some people say hc is too light but those who have seen him play know that his speed oilsets any weakness that he might have Charlie is another one of our Kentucky Colonels JOHN MCBRIAN Guard ohnny was also '1 sub his hlst year but won his letter this yc'1r He was always fightmg and plllgglllg with all his might and held his position clown IU hrst class style Johnny will be with us two more years 'H 113 I l Nl "FN l"""'? 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His first year was spent as a sub but we know that 1 Willis will not grace the bench next year, for he has developed into one of the headiest guards lg if around. l ,f' ll I . 5 I In writing up the history of the team we must not lose sight of the subs. It is these men 1 who really sacrihce all just for the spirit of helping E. C. on to victory. lt is the subs who lklgi must be on the sidelines ready to go in when needed and iight for the Purple and Wliite. Such f men as Musgrave, Willis, Volderauer and Miller cannot be praised too highly for their sacrif fxce and loyalty tothe school. We know that next season they will give somebody a good 73 fight for positions and in many cases will win out. Here's to the subs who are really the reguf 'A M lar fellows of the squad. y ll J I, fi P fi I i t . is-l wwf? 5 sw L1-J I l I "Cubby" is the noise stimulator A L on the sidelines. 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About twentyfnve men reported for practice when the basketball call irst sounded and by the time the first game started, Coach Harmon had cut the squad down to about twelve men. The Hrst game of the season was a walkaway for the Purple and White Aces. They ran roughshod over the Rose Poly quintet to the tune of 3514. Lancaster started the scoring for the college this year in the first few minutes of play. All the men showed up well in this game In the second grme of the season with Hanover the Pioneers trailed at the end of the Erst half but came from behind rn the last few rnrnutes of the game and won by the score of 37 24 This was sweet revenge to the football boys especially The passing of our boys was superb and the teamwork was consistent Stutevrlle and Tails Rea both showed their ability to part the nets The local Y M C A was the next to fall before the onslaught of the Pioneers The Rea brothers Stutevrlle combination worked like a machine and they scored at will The final score was '54 2.0 The fourth game of the season was a bitter prll for Oakland City in the form of a lopsided score of 7414 The Oaks were not in the same class with our boys Ralph Rea played a wonderful game at forward His dribbling and floor work was one of the features of the game The following weel the E C squad made their first trip They left with a Jinx of three years hanging over their herds but returned with tvxo victories The first night was spent rn trouncrng Louisville University 59 '49 Tails and Slim certainly showed those Kentuckrans the art of basl-:etbrll and several of the papers gave these two boys the credit of being the best ever seen around Louisville The next night the Pioneers defeated Hanover for the second time rn one of the hardest fought games of the sc rson Hanover had been defeated only four times on their home floor in the last three years rnd only by teams like Wabash and DePauw Our boys were in the game at all tunes and put up a wonderful defense Slim seemed to really be 1n better form than the night before and was a great ard rn defeating the Hrlltoppers The final score was 35' 30 Again the Y M C A met defeat at our hands but the game was really exciting and rt looked for a while as rf E C had met her 'XVaterloo The team seemed off form and only rn the list half did they show any real basketball T Rea played best for the Pioneers and showed his vrlue to the team The next gune was played vvrth Louisville on our own floor and it was the old old story again The Purple and White fought like tigers and at the end of the game had annexed a total of '56 points to their opponents 14 Sm rll and Lancaster both starred in this game with their wonderful defense work The following week Evansville Colle fe Journeyed upstrte and lost their first game of the season to the Central Normal squad of Danville The long trip seemed to get on our boys nerves and their playing was erratic and rugged We lost by the close score of 35' 32 Normal certainly has a wonderful team this year and it was no disgrace to lose to them , V lv- all I UJL l if-'-fax -rv'-rr C-1- Lgz QFNU t ri J .es-.. ,Q 141 l ,A-. lb L. 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' if lui EU yixrfqpfkyflrf Ed 7' f - ,ii-f f- 'T l rj?-A-9 T.. ,s , 'P' .5 ., Q fnrg, u"""'-1l'- 'im' U li 'fo fir. ll if l fir? 59, T5-lifr-L' : gi - tif.- K-L---'sf17"' -' at l L '-cg U gmt. .e H HL. ' 4 j Q-sf Qfrrslzzs .,Y , la , , --uc K c . i ---J, , Eaakrthall Suminarg-Qlnntinneh c On the next night the Pioneers came back in form and severely trounced Indiana Central College on their own floor to the tune of 46f29. Stuteville led the scoring, caging all baskets from the field. Tom Rea was runnerup for high point honors with six field goals. On the following Wednesday night the Evansville College quintet ran circles around the much touted local Knights of Columbus All-Star quintet. Coach Harmozfs hardwood artists went into the lead at the very outset and amassed a score of 19 before the visitors were able to register. The ice men performed splendidly in this game. Again "Slim" was high point man with 12 field goals but was aided in doing so by the superb passing of all the men. The final score was 674 5. V The next game was with Danville Normal who had defeated us the week before. Our boys were out for revenge and got it in the form of a 2545 defeat. Every man performed in great style and it was the combined efforts of every man that defeated the upstaters. The tally at the end of the game stood, 2545. The next Thursday night the Purple and Wliite Aces severely trounced the Indiana Cen' tral College quintet for the second time. Again the subs played a great game and were able to score on the visitors at will. Small and T. Rea were great factors in the victory. Melton, our small but powerful forward, was there with the goods, too. The following night E. C. journeyed to Terre Haute and defeated Rose Poly by the count of 3341. The defense of the Pioneers presented a very puzzling problem to the Engineers and they were forced to be satisfied with longedistance shots. Melton played a great game along with "Tails" Rea. Keyed up to its highest, pitch of the season, the Evansville College quintet added another victory to its list, when it trounced the fast Agoga squad, 48452. The offensive work of both teams was of the best but 'the Pioneers could not be denied a victory, and kept plugging away until the final whistle blew. "Slim" just couldn't be stopped and was responsible for 23 of the 48 points. Lancaster played a good game at guard. Again the E. C. basketeers defeated the strong Oakland City team. The Oaks had made a wonderful improvement under the tutelage of Coach Kessler and gave the Pioneers a hard bat- tle. "Tails" was the shining light of the game and was responsible for the majority of E. C.'s points. The final score was 2748. - In the Hnal and best game of the season Evansville went down in defeat before the Little Giants of Wabash College. A margin of twelve points separated Evansville College from the State Championship. Wabash found out in the first few minutes of the game that they had a worthy opponent and realized that they would have to fight all the way. This they did in good style, putting up the best brand of basketball ever seen in this part of the country. The Pio' neers were not sleeping during the struggle. Every member of the squad played like demons and the offense of the Purple and White was equal to that of the State Champions. "Tails" Rea played the best game of his career and his flashy dribbling and spectacular goalfshooting kept the E. C. cagers in the running. The Hnal tally was 5'2f4O. 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He is fast and shifty and can dribble the ball with wonderful speed. His foul pitching was almost perfect and in many of the games he was high point man. Rea is just a Freshman and Evansville Col' lege can look forward to having an AllfState man for at least three straight years. TOM REA Forward T is Tails running mate and never allowed his brother to get very far ahead of him What he lacked in speed he made up in accuracy being the best shot on the team In several of the hardest games when the other members of the team were unable to score it was always T who came through with enough markers to win T is also a Freshman and will be with us three more years in basketball and football EDWARD STUTEVILLE Center Slim is another four year man and will graduate in June He has played the last three years at center and has been a great aid to the team by giving them the ball from the tipoff Slim was hxgh point man of the season and his extreme height was a great asset to his goal shooting JIMMY LANCASTER Guard jimmy was our little guard but was always 1n the game He was a hard Hghter and a fast man His goal shooting was of the very best and we found him always ready to sacrifice for the good of the team immy is another one of our freshmen rnd we expect gieat things from him in the future EMERSON MELTON Forward Emer was the diminutive forw 1rd who always had a ical part 1n his hair no matter how hard the battle happened to be And that doesn t mean that he wasnt in the battle for we know Melton to be one of the hardest hghters on the squad This is Emers second season with us and he will continue to be with us for two more years It would be unfair not to mention the rest of the squad who were out the whole year but failed to make a letter The ice men were a great aid in the success of the Pioneers in g1V11'lg them daily workouts and keeping them in tlptop shape Several of these men developed into first class basketeers and should be on the hrst squad next year The followmg men were on the squad Beeknell Wyttenbach Wade Alexander 145 17. 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L1 I fig in i V A .-I i EYE? U U J . nl 1 y 2 -are .ia . W g i 'l Q V li. p ls The l l FC lf gli, l will I l' A 5 H lj! .., 5, -w , r V BASEBALL SQUAD ly I . lla L Il Ul l .U Cijfl ' V' Manvhall if .l . i T1 I. Rel' At the time this book went to press Evansville College was in the middle of her baseball M l schedule. The season started with a game with' the L. P5 N. squad of this city. E. C. lost by ' l FHA! a small margin. After this game the Pioneers left on a spring training trip to the South and 'I' ' played seven games, winning only one of them. This trip was a great help to the squad and PM ii l S on their return they were playing Hrst class baseball. The next game was with the local Pasco , I team which the College defeated in a last inning rally. On the following Saturday Evansville i l Q lost to the local Graham Brothers team who were champions of the Courier League last year. Baseball in Evansville College is only in its infancy, but with an able coach like Harmon and V1 H' hearty support from the student body and the city we will see a better team placed on the field 7 for the Purple and White. . A -3 n . llsl --ii -' ll I AJ 'ill " V' M y gg 1 gif-. if-1,:lg-1 l if rl :lil lf V751 "lil it M- J la, , L-'m"'.p, T' Mi? my QE i, l.1 ' ' Qi-5 l--,.jgfv "' :,ggpig,,vli,y 146 L-.1-f ,..L-...- - --1 - 1 - r . , . - r ,f -. , . - . -1 Nast- r r,.e . ' , - . . . L ,,- LN ,.-.-Z,,,, :Y "ff Q' fi' 'f.,'l TQ L' .71 ...- Ll 3, -.L'T:-VJ' W T":'Lgf1'g Ari Y-we ,-, -1 . r. 'S . fit.-6, , .'- , .., r ,. . ,, . ,, , ,, Y - , HH L. . .b ,,...-3f',,..?. . ,, ,I I , V. Q ,K -Mk J ,ci . .. -Z IA: Wm:- ....,-,,,- , V- - -r - r rg - ,g r 1 . , ,' f Ku. Til- F :e.......2 . g -35 'C "V 3 751 rl lima.--.-.L7f.Cl.-LQIfr,.,:Ti'll,'.'. 'L L Higgs: ,J l f-W.-. ni--r .-g,, RUSSELL SPRINGSTCN-Captain. "Springer," with his assortment of curves and speed always keeps the opposing batter guessing. He has had tough sledding so far this season but is expected to place Evansville in the win column several times before the end of the season. ROY WYTTENBACH-Outtielder. "Wyt" is recognized as a fly grabber of great ability. He takes care of the center field garden. He is a hard hitter and leads the club in stolen bases, showing that he rs a real speed merchant. CLARENCE DEEG-Outfrelder. Deeg is an able gardener and one to be relied upon. He is never 'found napping and is always in the game. Clarence is a two year man and is expected to be with us again next year. RUSSELL SIMPSON-Third Base. "Simp" is our midget third sacker. But he is one of the surest hitters on the team and his ielding is above average. They never get too hot for him to handle. We should be able to hold Simpson for two more seasons. EDWARD STUTEVILLE Pitcher Slrm is our only southpaw hurler and has vrorked rn several games this year He has plenty of stuff and before the end of the season we hope to see hrm in the win column H rs a farr hitter and 14 also found on first base when needed RALPH FRANK Catcher Frank handles the receiving end With hrs continual clatter he often causes the opposing batter to lay dovrn the stick with the third strike Hrs batting average rs not so bad either DANIEL SCISM Second Base Thrs rs Dans second year at this positron He has shown some good college playing and hrs hrttrrrg has helped E C wrn several ball games Dan bats from the portsrde and hrs smile and good humor haxe won him a place rn the hearts of all E C fans LAWRENCE OHL First Base Stumpy rs our regular first acl-:er He has plenty of pep and his lieldrng 1S above par Hrs hitting was not up to norm rl but he made up for this rn hrs speed in fielding WILLARD HOYT Outfielder Hoyt rs an outtielder and pitcher of no mean abrlrty He never misses fly balls and his hrttrng has alwaxs been steady and hard When crlled upon to prtch Willard always responds rn great fashion RALPH REA Pitcher Tails rs a twrrler of rare ability He can shoot em rn fast or send a slow one over He has won several games and when not on the nround rs generally cavortrng around short stop CHARLES TISMAR Pitcher Ch rrlre rs rccredrted with scverrl wins and hrs hook ball was 1 mystery to all opposrng batters Hrs batting was good and he was also an rnfreldcr RUDOLPH TISMAR Short Stop Ruddy rs our short stop and we think he rs one of the best around this part of the country He is a sure hitter' and a clean player We should hear more from him rn the future HERMAN SANDERS Catcher Herman works behind the bat He has had a lot of experience and should make Evansvrlle College a valuable man rn the future JENNINGS CAREY Short Stop Carey was one of our fastest rnfielders but his Work kept him out of the game most of the trme We hope to hear more of Carey next year 147 rt 4 N . 3 . 1 . L n. I K 7 . ' 1 . C ' J 1 ' ' ' ' ' . Q Q . ' ' ' . . 4 ' ' 7 ' ' .. ' . 4 , '. ix . A -g - tt - .. . . . . r s nr I S . ' .tt ' ' . v K L . - 4. n. . Y h V . 3 . - rt -s . . - . V ' ' ' X. ' Sr . ' ' c . 7 ' t' L , 1 . . j . 'z ' . . t 4 . .r . r. . . D I . . . . 1 r . ' , 1 1 L. I - .. . I , lp 1 r U . I C e ' K g 1 ' rs s. . l . . . . r r -1 1 . L ' K. . ' t . , C , . . , . . ' K L . Lil, W' "W".'A,,. -,L-i'f""T.i... - .,-' ' ' , ' ' V ' - tl!-6 'l,.j,iQ"7i.,f' W . , ifiiig l lx Y . . . ..v -.. 3 s ,-v,,l Y V, in i'--,J Y, vu jrdv, kk, - - .Dim 13-.3 Af,:,VQ'g jr grip-I ' GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD . it Tlfilifi vfrtiiis A in V , ,IJ-S c hs, 1 - - .. , :R ., ,sifting-.. ,-- - .-- J Qi ,1 I . , -. f .I ez, -- n,,1ff"'AQlfn.t,,j1f"' if I . i :ca C..L-l f :ci ,112 ff- - s -. -... . R I Girlz' Basketball Elvmn BEHOLD THE CITY CHAMPIONS! In the one phase of outside athletic activities in which the college women are permitted to participate, they have made a noteworthy showing. Their record for last year was good, but included one def feat. In the semifinals, the Turner team were victors. This year came sweet re- venge in the crowning event of the season, the defeat of the Turners on March 10, the night of the Wzibash game. An enthusiastic crowd cheered the E. C. team on to victory over the team which for two years held undisputed championship of southern Indiana and northern Kentucky. They were worthy opponents but-. It was through the good team work rather than by brilliant individual plays that the college team scoied The season began with a squad of twelve Hovey Klamer Reitz Lytle Hoyt Reller Rold 'Zenthoefer Becker Schnurr Daunei and Howard Schnurr Howard Dauner and Zenthoefer dropped out before the season was over Alice Lytle showed up well both as guard and forward and was missed when an injury to her hand made playing impossible Irene Nolen began the sea son as coach but ifter the Russellville game she played forward occasionally Nolen 1S well known not only 1D the Clty but 1n neighboring towns as a clean player and a fair referee Klamer was the high scorer of the season She fooled her guards by puking undei the basket and receiving long passes from the guards at unexpected moments Reitz maintained a good record as a determined floor worker necessary in pass worl to the other forwards Hovey made her guaids feel unnecessary by dribbling in exactly the direction one would least expect She played near the middle of the floor and therefore did 11Ot make manv baskets The guard COI11lD11lElt1OI1 of Hoyt Rold and Rellei must be considered together Miss Lemmon Central high school coach says Nothing can vet around that com b1nat1on Wrtla the exception of the Russellville game nothing did HATS OFF TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM OF 1975' 149 7 C 5 L K K I C D . 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V K B E E -,.: 1 if .,.:,,.:,, : E H H Mm E ,-W H Mr" Q - L W .. AY - 21, Si H, mama A yL ...EA..:,. .-' agglg T H K ' , ,wg , 1 - sew swf m R, i f 3-. , v2 "' -'i 'ffl B - iz . H W if 'g C.: ... EI B , V - His V1 E E -H 4 32 L H 3 I :-: 5:5-2' 1-,Q -:- 1' 2, .-Q ' 1 W - Q N H H E E . V Q Im C, E Q miie Q - Dfllfgk- aqcd. E ' ss H H E H H H H B E E E H nl H I K9 nl H nl E 5 H E E E ss ss ss a ss -x Q a ss xl E B X E a 91 n m ss -n H X zu mu 5 ss ss a ss x-x ss ss fgfaefgfg. Efghfi P, . x H W 5, . ms sa ss gs mn x B 9 ' vs ss ss V ss w w um ss Q . W ss x a nm OUR GIRES'-f-iCITY CHAMPS 1 wx -- . wh- 'w 150' I xllfg it I A ,. ,L ,.- , ,rm 4 L, Y F YY Y, -Y ,LW .3 r , 5 , ,V , ,Z .Lx Y ,,,-1.1 -,,v,,,Y- -- ' 4 ,...,. .-. Ls ,. -"P H- , q"". .-s :f 1, f' I - , , 1-, '-Ami"-' -f.'-, slain. . : .,-.. ,HM .ous 1, ,il ,.f ,w , , , , .X 1. I 4 l 4 r U, A-f,,,.-x .M--W -A3 'm'MKff4"-'L' ' L l Jr l ' "Q ' -if 145' 1 '--fi 2-fL5ZLT.T11. rg:-L: r :rf "h" L T IQ? gli-ii lfli iii zglgvs COACH I. NOLEN-F. Nolen has successfully coached the best girls' team in Evansville-and farther-, and when Lytle was forced out of the lineup by injuries she took her place and proved that she can pracf tice as well as preach. She is a true inspiration to the team and to the College. CAPTAIN G. RELLER-G. This season was Reller's second year on the squad and there is no doubt as to her ability to lead the team. She is the best guard ever seen on an Evansville floor and she never gives up or gets knocked out. U FLORENCE KLAMER-F. Klamer rs another second year player and the highest scorer for the College At trrnes rt seems as rf she cant rms She led all the forwards rn goal shooting FLORENCE ROLD G Rold was handrcapped last year by having to play forward but this year she made the rst team 'rs part of the College s almost rmpregnable defense She never lets go of the ball an even tall forwards dont prevent her from stopping the ball ESTHER REITZ F Rertz rs the most rll round player on the squad Her floor work rs always especially good an she ranks next to Khmer rn goal shooting JUANITA HOYT G This rs Hoyts first year on the team and already she has proved her xalue She rs the third member of Evansville s famous trio of guards and she loses nothing by comparison to the other two FLORENCE HOVEY F Hox ey rs the third Florence on the team She came to Exansvrlle from Mt Vernon with an enviable reputation suffice rt to say that that reputation has not suffered any ALICE LYTLE F G Lytle was forced to drop from the squad because of injuries the latter part of the season but she did her part before that time Wlren she played forward she proved to b the only forward that could guard her guard successfully 101 . - , . fr ' . 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The teamwork of the College was the feature of the game. - January 9 'ir i A rough and hard fought game in which good guarding alone saved the College resulted in a 21 to 13 win lover Bayard Park. it January 17 I . ff -3 The Escos are all former Reita stars and as tall as they make 'em-but the College won, SJ' V 14 to 10. Klamer led in scoring. 1 I l ,. January 22 1' l ei 1 The College team descended into Kentucky and lost their first game 44 to 17. Nolen X played her Hrst game for the College and was taken from the floor with serious injuriesg after , that the College girls turned to stone and let Logan run awa with the ball. F s Y HQ A , ' 3 'X l February 5 fi Playing against several old E. C. players, the College won from First Ba tist, 24 to 18. fir P If Klamer caged 8 baskets and the guarding of the College showed up well. mix: February 14 l In an exceedingly exciting game, the College was able only to hold St. joe to a tie score, 15 to 15. A slump in the last half was the cause of the nearftragedy. .- C1 V February 18 I 3. The College defeated Swans Down, 30 to 14. The teamwork of the College showed much improvement and Reita, starred, playing a good floor game and making 6 Held goals. ll.. . 2' February 21 ii The guards took a vacation while the forwards played with the ball and defeated Sacred I Heart, 18 to 4. Klamer made 15 of the points. if- e- .st February 26 Mfg The College took revenge for their first defeat and won over Logan College, 15 to 8. lx fhe College defense was especially strong and Nolen, Reitz and Klamer each contributed 5' , points. ' Marclx 10 fi 'li l' Playing the best girls' basketball ever seen on a local floor-with the exception perhaps of J the Logan game-the College closed the season by defeating the Turners' team, 26 to 23. Turners has not been defeated for two years and the win gives the College the ci chain ion- fY P -X ship. 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AUTUMN WOODS I stood alone among the autumn trees, Enveloped in Novembefs mystic haze And heard the plaintive murmur of the breeze Lament the passing of fair summer days. The tender sweetness of a saddened mood Enwrapped me like a magic garment rare. Sunflecked and scarlet leaves of autumnfs wood, In goldfred gleams slowffluttered through the air. Ah, golden hopes and dreams of courage boldg Hopes unfuliilledg dreams dead as harvest sheaves, A precious store of treasures all untold, 'Tis these I see in autumn's falling leaves. N' ilsfff-ffffx ' F l iwzwyi' 1' -. +12 J' -- 1' ',-re: gi-'1 , - i liii ii , .m '-'-"7 i 15,-1 , . 1- - 1p.r,'.1.,,3 'X '- A. .. ., ,fi , - 1 ,-QL-al --f-+2-Q - - -2 -----f ' Y M'--fa'-ty ' I-' 15:1-Q-f--H. l 1 ,. .-.Q--. X w"'r w .1132 Q-f-1-12 '-""ifL..- ,tj wx . 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TO CASSANDRA Dearest, come, see if the rose That in the dawnflight doth unclose Its pinkftinged petals to the sun Has lost, since eventide begun, A slngle t1nt of that pink hue Wh1ch none can r1val dear but you Alas' see dear how very soon Her petals on the grass l1e strewn' Alas' Her glorxes fade away How prochgal Dame Nature may Become that such a flower she ll leave To blossom but from morn t1ll eve' Beheve me darllng when I say Gather ye rosebuds wh1le ye may For while your young l1fe blossoms fau- As rosebucls 111 the summer air Pluck pluck the flower that youth can bless Ere 'Lge can tarmsh lovehness From the French by Ronsard 155 I ' ' I , S 7 . 3 S 7 s ' 9 C lf . f Iiwiilfrzilw.. -' ij t," fl 7, ,, .l , 1, V- MHZ - all l. Hur 'jiri LL T 1 ' g":i-gig! wif ff L 'iii ,,---f--5-f lf .. 1 -1 H.lf,',m1'Q,, ,, Y - V ., - ---Y -- ------ -, -- -1, s s llffikkfix 2--if -M " g MEMORY Your thoughts are the silvery stars That sparkle in heaven's deep blue. They shine through the long, long years, In the rnenfry I have of you. Your laugh's in the rippling brook That shines like the morning dew. I can hear it echo yet In my mem'ry, dear, of you. Your heart has the glow of the sung So tenderly kind and true. Its warmth is radiant still In the mem'ry I have of you. And your soul, whitefradiant, pureg Moon's mystical magic it drew. Its white light beckons on In the mem'ry I have of you. Oh sun and moon and stars, And murmuring brooklet, too, Gleam golden in memory's maze And speak to me, dear, of you. NIGHT THOUGHTS A sapphire sky and a silver moon And a single star, like a twinkling eyeg Caressing air like the breath of Juneg And thoughts that on wings of silence fly. Frail brain-children sent forth thus afar To Wing the dark toward the Infinite, Can you ever reach that shirnrnery star, Or touch e'en its wavering beam of light? f Piisiifil cw.. ,- -,ITN ,521 f-X ' -' l,"f4'5l l A ' I IW lf! : ii J M' VII ' 'illfaifl -1,-.fr-, ,Tx 0,1 -E :sg :elm I-Es f'l'b,.f'.,-1 - A -- . -W --ff-W-A J- -52121 .Q ' we-is-ff? if,-W 1 IZ:-v--gen , - I ,N 1H.f'-- .- ,i 1 F--f--s L, ,, . E-Q,-Q--sg u Y ads em.m:'f1ce1-sf' cs' -fl-21.1 411' 'fs' atfrmgxzzgzf L., --fl,5":""K1'fi-:tif ' k..g.."'.-gi,-', 5,3 Q,:!..fs.11 fy, 51 O,-.g.-.f.f J 11. L: w ,:'Z1f'.2jfM L :JL iw fel:-H -lf: 4, rv- f-V. .- n-'M .L.,. 'J L ,-xg! LJ M,-A1-,,v.N.: .. 156 fy , ,H ,U . 5 , N I, K I, , . 1 -an-Y ,A Z , PFW ,E ,W 4.7-??.,! ---- :-3i','-- --7 A rl' f"' fi 'A ' ' IQ .ff E-""' 1 ' - ' 1 ' ' , ,'-12- I f li J - I. -ea TREES IN EARLY SPRING There is not anything for which I wait Each springtime more than for that iirst rare morning Wheri yesterday's great trees, with dullfbrown limbs O'er night, by God's own miracle, are hymns. Then-just as all things loveliest dare not stay+ A baby's smile, a rose-bud's first unfurling- This breathless beauty lives a sweet brief space, Then to maturer verdure yields its place. A THOUGHT IN THE NIGHT Thou tabernacle Fashioned of clay Thou art but a body without light Till Thought has sway Sweet harmony on The harp of life Your soul s sincere desires will play Discord bears strifej TWO NATURES I slept There met within the dim and dusky glades Of Somewhere twixt the Llnd of Night and Day Two spirit forms One comely 'rs a maid In fairest beauty of youth s spring arrayed The other hideous warped and 1ll Like Autumn leaf that felt the winter s chill Each shivered as the other form passed on Onc with compassion and with hatred one I woke Witli consciousness returned into my self there f ew The spirits twain their daily battle to renew 157 1 9 C a 6 . : V s , . . . ' 1 s f I . . - c ' , ' " -' , f , J 9 7 1 . . , . 1 A , ' 1 L , . 1 , . 1 ' - , ,. J ' nf, K., rr,-7"ir A "y-,'f' .. " -' , L . , , if ' i l V' 3 Y. I H I 3. A. ,V ,ggi :f W,g:7:i' F' 5: up X mm, ..g:. ,Y ,, V ,,. - ., ,, W, f- 1, --M----L r 'A ,J 'uf i I: - .aces I W, .,, Y,V, ..,- ..., - ,. Y i-- W, - ,-fa iiff' is Y ' 'ue fin .,.,-y! 1:, T If' -Q--Jeff' - Vi, L igtf -iL.4f,l'Q,g, L 'QQXI jj "'1-:l-...f..5-Lil -fiefgm . QFrom the Freshman Theme Boxj 1HnIrre!!I There is one form of robbery which leaves the victim tingling with pleasure. Before it occurs, one resolves against itg while it is happening, one submits to it without a murmurg and when it has happened, one goes on his way rejoicing. This would seem paradoxical were it not borne out by the facts. I was led to these re- flections by a story of an acquaintance of mine and also by a recent experience of my own along the same line. Old Peter, who is fast approaching the seventies, still gets down town oc- casionally, where his rugged physique and white hair are well known. He relates a rather interesting story to the effect that the girls are fairly driving him into the poorhouse with their everfrecurring tagfdays. It seems that the dear old man can' not resist a pretty face any better than I. Cn condition that the information will not be divulged, I will give you my experience. For, if my abject condition should become generally known, I fear for my solvency, since it is not in my power to resist the designing female. Some people, who are, moreover, qualified to know, have often said that I was a bit careful in money matters, but if you were to see me at certain times pouring my substance into the willing hands of these dear little villains, you certainly would not believe it. I can hardly believe it myself. I seem to be in a stupor while it is happening. But, to my story which will explain all. Cne morning several weeks ago, while recuperating from an exam, I was rest- fully reading the Courier in the library, entirely oblivious to all my surroundings. I was in the middle of the Oakland City game when I was shocked into attention, by-an automatic, do you say? No, my dear reader, it was something much more deadly than that. I was thus agitated by the following honeyed words: "Won't you buy a ticket for the Castalian Carnival?" You could have blown me over with a feather. Of course I mumbled a few "alibis" about having nothing but car checks, etc., but all the while I was getting out my dime just the same. Now the secret's out: I can't resist a pretty girl. When one of these charming wretches takes charge, I can only grin weakly and pay up. Now this may seem very dreadful to you, but it isn't, really. I enjoy being fleeced, but on the other hand, I reserve the right to pick my "fleecer". As it hap- pened, the Castalians had an unusually attractive group of ticketfsellers for their carnival, and I had no compunctions, whatsoever, at losing my dime. Now, my dear friend, if you love me, forbear, and preserve this in confidence, as it was given. if Am- ggi, ,Q-. jT'- -4 -N ' .Q I if Lf: w.. -- Y '. -.-- -3-,N --7 Y . A-V, ,rcs-l-.. I V li' .llgliflfpj fgI.'Iffl.i'TZ,3 'f . 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I, Q -.i ff when ....,.,. xl a i,-,a.r - -i.,,,,- if ef'.,.a- .D Glnllvgv lgfistnrg---1924-1925 After the feverish activity and high tension of the Million Dollar Campaign of last year, Evansville College when it opened its doors in September was uback to normalcyf' There were the inevitable changes, of course, that occur in the fac- ulty of every college. Students missed Doctor and Dean Franklin sadly, and Miss Findlay and Miss Raymond's absence was felt in the classroom and outside, but the new faculty members were welcomed none the less warmly. Professors J. B. Mc- Kinney and Aura Smith in the English department, and Miss Margery Porter in the library, soon became familiar figures. The school of engineering had all gain and no loss in the addition of Professor Guy B. Marchant to its staff. The year 19244925 promised to be the biggest in the history of the college, and has lived up to expectations, both in enrollment and activities. When Adminisf tration Hall was opened in the fall of '22, the registration showed 238 students, this fall the enrollment had increased to 385, over 40? more than last year's num- ber. Only one other Methodist college shows so large a percentage of increase in the past year. The graduating class boasts of thirtyfone regular members, plus two who have completed their work in summer and extension courses. This is a remarkable advance over the utwentyfthree of '23", the largest class to date. The full time teaching staff now numbers twentyfthree, with twentyfive part time inf structors. The college has received wider recognition in the field of accredited scholar' ship for its students. The standard rating by the state board of education was ex' tended for a period of five years, the board of regents of the state of New York placed the college on the list of accredited colleges, the University of Illinois has, by official rating, accepted credit from Evansville College. The year has been marked by several innovations and memorable events which have furthered the position of the college in the community. The Oxford Debate was a signal victory. The basketball game with Wabash marked a new departure in athletics. The Educational Conference held in connection with Foundersl Day identified the college with the larger educational movements of southern Indiana. The banquet for present and former students of the Educational Department, held dur' ing the Southwestern Indiana Teachers' Association, gave the college a prominent place on the association program. A series of lectures by Doctor Henry Hitt Crane, who, under the auspices of the religious associations of the college, spoke at the col' sf "i?ifiP.?Vll Y, , :W-:,,'.,fi"I,., if ,'wf:l. i,',l1 Q 1 1 -. 1 ,phil lQ11?,'ll.fw ' 'ii . ???'.-'si Vt' , 'ti' :L-' ff' ' ' Ii .-:.Y rg fj,111.....g3 an -Ljli:t3ij?.',5QfT,f-,-.i'g?'2i:'1,lqf3i-35' -lr-F: V E FTf..i.iii,1",Y 4 Ji'-fin :',i'EI1"""",..LTf7 .f1fs...-J ,-,' Ui- ,fir '- 'J -1 -' 2. ff'-Mlifl Mfiifff lil' L'-M3139 ffl Til ff::iFfE:,:. in -'gggii-ii ' lg.-i?,.'..: .. ,M aa, ,.,. X.. H . pf: 11 'H-L3 r 'rl' -41-' ..-1.1, 1 'f iilll Zi-ffflfpQ....l.L-'-"t'ZQT 160 zjir f ,. A if .. .K-lv 5-4. if ii r fri if .. -N Mal"-A view' J " .-L 6, E' V E if eff? silica-, ,- .:.,i.f- w wi Us cr as sassr , dig --Y , , , ,, -if Y J "mi"I' 0 lege, the city high schools, and the Y. M. C. A., served as a band of closer union between the schools, college, and community. In material possessions the college is richer through the archaeological gift of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laval. This collection is probably the largest one of Indian relics ever gathered in this vicinity. The beautiful statue of Diana, presented by the Sigournean Literary Society, marks the Hrst attempt of the students to beautify their building. The campus bears witness to increased activity also. Shrubbery and flowers reveal the continued thoughtfulness of Mrs. George Clifford. Headen Retreat is becoming more and more attractive, with its additional shrubberies and fascinating gazing globe. The memorial bench and fountain newly erected on the west side of the campus are the gift of Mrs John Wood Stewart in memory of her father Myron W Safford a pioneer educator of the city There is no doubt that the college hrs grown this year in enrollment in pres tlge in community interest and in educational value The outlook is encouraging for greater and continued growth in the future Ft A 16 lv I.. al Jil T ' ' 3 7 I . c l ' l . lf! ' ki 2,4 o 2 Z is ' ' l s 1 I - . , -qx . . .- , i g . f-,UH i l l L34 Al f ' gr ' fl rw if T' l , W, .,,. 1 -Sgt, wg." -ff M: wife - 4. .J FLT L fj Ti tl lf? li 5 A W-,wk Q.-1, K-wp v1l?LPm,lae, 1 .m't,1UH,..ff-.rw hy!! W x .",ggu::'x'1.'."f fgll ' 1:-:T , ll' zifi-.-all tll"l"ll.l.li4Zf1i3 T ft" sf fi F - 6 'itiiu Filiii. -r f' -',-'i "5 1 Zff11'l1-111 ,,,,,,.,,-N, ,, me ,M K ,awww-'H -ef-he---fe A--F7 r f 'W 'm1v'11,f ff: at Lev--f-i n , . ,...,a,,c.. 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A Igirihhag Hgarig A birthday party, surely, for there is the cake proudly bearing its sixty'nine candles. But whose, and who are these delightfully old fashioned people who have gathered together to celebrate it? Quaint costumes, with a grace and charm that suggest the romance of bygone days, are shown in the candle's mellow glow. But where is the birthday child, the dear old lady of sixty-nine? We can't find her, and no wonder, for this is the anniversary of the Sigournean Literary Society, and the charmingly dcmure young ladies are modern 'LSigs" bobbed hair and all The time 15 February '70 the pl lce the Shrine Mosque X- Elhv rlllarulig illvrvpirnn The big event of the social calendar in fact the only truly formal social func tion 15 the Faculty Reception It serves the double function of welcoming the new students and promoting closer acquaintance between students and faculty The committee in charge of this years reception combined artistic ideas with untiring efforts The result was a transformation of the Pompeian room of the Hotel Mc Curdy 111lIO 1 veritable part of fair Japan Gaily colored lanterns profusions of cherry blossoms and charming Japanese maidens who dispensed thirst quenching punch to the guests formed 1 colorful ensemble that will be remembered as the most artistic and most enjoyable of the faculty receptions awe is-'reel Jfdqmi 51.....11..? 165 lm? ., g - 2 , '. l Q ' QL .LQ lg lf ull 1 lo - - ' , 5' Vl, it . . l A, . , . r ,Um . . . 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' l 1.55. i Y --.1,l....c ill" Elie Annual llluat illihe I The college boatride has become an institution. It is looked forward to, not only by the llrjl students, but by the many friends of the college as well, as the most enjoyable event of the 1 summer. A congenial crowd, good eats, a fine program, a chance to meet old friends, and l moonlight on the Ohio form an irresistible combination. ' 1 The trip to Spottsville last summer was so popular that people were turned away at the ffjig- wharf. Over 350 friends and members of the college attended. Spottsville was astonished at !'J the invasion of the student body of E. C., who viewed the town from start to finish. Yes, the ,H annual boatride is a real affair. 'Il 5, hgh o gi , . nv 0 nr ynimrtuin Bag Manqnni 9 l - 1 The Induction Day banquet is an occasion for rejoicing on the part of the Freshmen, and We W of merrymaking for the rest of the student body and the faculty. It marks the close of the ,Wy ceremonies that admit the Freshmen to full participation in Student Government, and welcomes Mir' them to the fold. ii . ,N The gymnasium was gay with college colors and the long tables were made attractive by ff cunning favors and decorations. Professor Smith acted as toastmasterg "Prexey" Hughes gave . LH ll -Q 1... ii 11,12 312 if -1, the address of welcome: Oscar Zopf represented the Freshman class in his talk, "The Respon' sihilities of a Freshmanng and Louise Heim spoke in behalf of the students on "Wl1at We EX' pect of the Freshmen." The Alma Mater quartet furnished the music. All in all, the induction of the largest Freshman class the college has yet welcomed was a memorable affair. ,a....,,.--., '-.e:....-g- Y, . fir X - 7.7 -f.....L..-....,' fi? TT., r,,.... ..., ,-.-. ,-..-. , ,,?, Y I I V-M NIJ- Y 1- K. i ,...,.L..-.Y 2 ..-+, . . ..--..-Y-, ,-- , V. h -F i-M577 L W 1 VJ, I V7 do 1. 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I . .l ,wa L ' Uhr Era Hut The Tea Hut wxth M'11y Ford Cubbxson as xts pxesxdmg gemus not only caters to the bodily wants ol the students ln the lolm of d'1mty S'll1ClWlCl1ES md succulent salads but it SCIVBS somewhat as dxd the coffee houses of yore It 15 the chxef drspensamy of college news and many and vaned a1e the questxons dmscussed there Its co mess and homey atmophere make mt exuemely popular wxlh everyone on the campus he as Ellyn Ggxnnazxum The Gym IS not noted for :ts uclntectural beauty but 1t has called forth many happy mem ones of the years actlvmes It has been the scene of much merry makmg and 1ts spaclous floor 15 well adapted to bmnquets and fcsuvxtzes The Inductuon Day banquet Founders Day banquet the Castallan banquet fm the football playe1s the C1St1l1HH Cumval and the wxldly excxtmg lnslretball games we1e the chzef events held ln the Gym this year l l Y W W Ml x,X V,-' i. -1 ': fi-Ellfg - l ii xl 3 lfagl: 1 , ' -' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -, 1 ' 534 r c ' ' -, ' - '- -4 . 1 , lx ll V as e- a . ll I ll X f. , I1 S5 4 -7'1T'r ,. 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Since its presentation by A R ' Mrs. Jennie Headen .in 1922, she has been untiring in her zeal, and the growing beauty of i this garden, with its inviting arbor and fragrant blossoms, bears mute witness to the success of 1 her efforts. Headen Retreat is developing with the college, and will always be remembered by W l the students who watched its growth. QU-Il fl' all ,-is . Q Q . , . Svaifnrh illllvmnrml l -f Q Former students returning to visit the college always remark about the new garden spot I we with its bubbling fountain and tiny pool, its beautiful Bedford stone bench and the intriguing -:Q-1 l paths of stepping stones that wind among its shrubberies. This attractive spot on our campus V an is the gift of Mrs. John Wood Stewart as a memorial to her father, Myroii W. Safford, a HL' i professor in Evansville's hrst Academy. It is a fitting tribute to one who was a pioneer in the ,fll V 5 educational work of the city, and its location on the campus of the college, a pioneer in the l W larger educational life of the community, is singularly appropriate. 'X it I' , ' 'tj .fl l 7 5 r p ll if ,,,-- l .fi THE SAFFORD MEMORIAL i l l lk: , f-f cw .. ll ,file .f""'1'.'12'f'1?:7t-"L, A ! wil-,l-...s, lil i?'ji2' 1' !'..l' .iw .- Q if E.: -,iggggi i gf, 5 gg H , ,lg bfi?-I-fl gf' - 1, ,fQk""J ' "Ts"'i.!' a -- -',-.ss ,. ' .gem , ,V 1. 1-.JL .1 I, J . .l 4' I 'F-m""'t""' A new K i5.?. 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M able Inco Fleury ............ ........... I oe Lewellen Rolleston ....... ..,.... G eorge Wdglmt Tompsett ....... ..,....... W illis Reinkc Fisher ............. ..,,.., I ma Springston Simmons ........... ........................ M ay Nennekcr Jeanne ........v.......-.. ..........,..........,......... C lara Barnett Odds and Ends ...... ....... F rank Morgan, Raleigh lviaas Tweeny ...,,..........,..... ......,......... 5 .... , , ........ Helena Weil Lady B1'0Clil2hUr'St ........ ............. Q ...... Q .,Marcia Wheeler CO21Ch ........................ ,.4 ....... Dean 'Wahnita DeLong Property -Manager .,.. .......,,..,.....,., C ompron Capel Costumes ................ llll :-M A LL..e.,e.., ' X.. ..,' , 'GX,, R-,-'45 . ' V W'15:iTi.-3:-llaw -x.i',f': '-- , , V K, ,F 3 1 L ll! ll n , lifqff I - ' ' . -..,.f, , ,ff ' ffl, f 5: ff: 3- XF- f, li? fl", lzll, 1- .,,,, W . ,!:.-mf Vl,:.,f, 1 170 Frances Sevringhaus vff if A it N e ee V A uewfw H I, M V , -.F ,, , , t, -in l I ll M I A ,AJ. 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Tyranny of majorities, according to Vannest. Sigs present statue to collegeg symbol of the huntress does not apply, says Helen Schnute. New faculty members make their bow in chapel. Miss Iwig discovers that Smith is not a Freshman. Carl johnson entertains Photos. Y. M.fY. W. party. Dr. Bassett swamped by admiring Freshman girls. Castalians try the Victory for rushing purposes. Theta Sigmas try feeding them. Hot dogs scarce for a week. Dr. Strickler entertains Philos, plus Philo prospects. 1,,1?+lf.fqgif-f ,, W, , ....p, , N. vi-ff ri, it ,f i ix in X V! ,. .if Nw'-l V771 if 'S J' i ii ll 'l iii 5, if-M---r-1 '-fi-f-2-P-,fiF'2f.1 , 611-E'1.Q-.3115 fs- fffff-1. .mfg gy.. ,dw ,.,ts.f.. ..-e,,,,..,-we ,awp ,. 3 i,,,,n Y . ,ea H- -7gWg,,,,i,--nil., E, ,ff--f .....-vv, H.......T,. LJ, ,J . ,, A. , 7,7 , ., , , .-.2..,.. L AN- Y--A I ,- , . ....- ,..-,. -, , ,.,, .,-,f, , k..,.,.,1:.f' ....,,f....f-1 .- : -1 1-"pr - -f .?. ..-,.,f . .,. N... ., .HQ '1' 1 IUK-1',+'-42.f.,2,f 174 I il ll ll 1,-l gun l. -HI-K' lf.. il ll ll L , lkll , all l 'liz r .T 'R fr .H ., ,-'QA S155 hxghhat them Banquet at MeCurdy They told the Frosh 1t was then chapter house Hoyts mud lxrka clean up Centtal NOlII1dl Attaboy' Pledggng, Tears of co'1f,r1tulat1ons Lxves w1eckecl homes broken up Mummy No1mal goes back to the lulls on the short end of 220 We llke these Ken tucky boys Pledges entertamecl Whonl the gods wrsh to deatzoy they fatten up Sophs Wm clais scup' Rhemxefw bow to upperclass supeuonty It take the Fue Depaument to help celeblate the defeat of Rose Poly 12 6 They came to put out the bl honilre Thought the xlver was ablaze Tom MCDOl11ld bak-sea a tral'f1e cop and goes to the hoosegow Slxm unable to ball hlm out College xecexvcq illCl1ElC0lOg,ICll exft f1om M1 and M112 Otto Laval D1 Bxgney leealls the grand old days at Mooxea Hlll Two hundled rootcw ace Oaks Wm the boxm txtle fxom E C on Oakland field lvIuQ c l chapel M15 El a Lauenstem Slflgb Y W has lI'1lEl'lf10I'l eelemony 17 5 l I ll ag llxill 2' ' ' ' ' A A ,ww . ll 5. - . 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A's lying around loose. l 7. Induction Day banquet. President Hughes asks Oscar Zopf to hit him on the head. Two dozen rooters journey to L. E3 N. station at onefthirty a. m., to meet supposedly all! incoming football team after defeat by S. P. U.g train arrives seven a. m. rc 8. A. A. U. W. Pageant at Bosse High. Robbins wears Smith's dressing gown. We don't 1 .. know where he got the pipe. He couldn't smoke it, anyway. W . i 10. Slim becomes daddy, and stretches to his full length. Three bulbs broken. Theta Sigmas present pennants to debating team. Anson Kerr blushes! 11. Slim celebratesg E. C. 34, Bethel 7. College prays for twins next time. 12. Business Administration banquet in Gym. Speaker talks one hour and fifteen minutes i on "How to Get Credit." Bryan twins take notes. Juncker drives to town in three minutes flat. l ' ' 14. Faculty receives at McCurdy. Strange smell of mothfballs on the dress suits. 18. Dr. Hughes made member of Board of Education of Methodist Church. fl' 4 j 19. Senior costumes appear. jess McFine says B. V. D. stands for Buttons Vay Down. l 20. Freshman Frolic. Temperature in gym twelve degrees Fahrenheit. ring'- l 1 7.2. Bowling Green has too flashy an attack. Fourteen girls promise correspondence with Bowling Green fullback. .- Castalian dinner for football team. jazz band, 'n everything! Small elected captain. l U l , P 'K 23. First basketball workfout. Fl 27. Education department eats. "Even a teacher must live," says Cope. "I fail to see the ned lf cessity," says Bob Taylor. ul 1 1 30. Colle e rofessors take active art in smoke abatement meetin . g P P S Lil I J cv- fxx an iii l 'z 1' 'icil IVF' il , ll.'5'ff'Q l li , by Q ft Tiff 1 as ' fell!-e:ff'+' L.--lil-J ff-L34--smwfff' F1 ifffllfffyx J: gg- ' ' 'rm 5 filfiflfvi' -RQ! Q-if f 'N ' yifii- fy if l,I'i..i'gL.11i:'2g?iV islfrl-U ""'- -.,-, F115 ,.'-114 176 -, ,Y . 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' ' Trucle Reller elected captam of zrls basketball team Trude announces that all games w1ll he played under Marquxs of ueensbury 1ulcs Techmcal knockouts do not count Homer Rodeheaver plays tmmhone 111 chapel Contract offexed hun from Grand theater Term ends Koclmtz gets a B Edztozml dut1es too heavy to star the course Engmcers put on whxte collars Reg1stxat1on for new qua1ter Vannest needs an addmg maclune Henry H1tt Crane amves for 1 seues of lectures Talks about work, novelty IS attractwe Board of Trustees meet Dec1de that present faculty 15 too expenswe Sxgs gxve theater palty Dean Frankhn xnaugmated Dean at Boston Hohnobs w1th Mrs Coolldge Photos have panty Fmale hop 19 bzured Y organ1z1t1ons send g1ftS to rnountam chlldlen of Kentucky Paulxne S1gle1 and Bob Taylox make eloquent plea Scwmg classes hold exh1b1t 1n rest room Socks not 1n evrdence Hughes Hall has Chustmas party DeWeese uses m1stletoe for a week Basketball se1son opens vvlth .1 rush Rose Poly and St Anthony slaughtered for e occaslon Semors have th .ter party They need 11: Vacation hegms Home to Motlxer and Dad' E C alumm cl1nne1 at Shune lvlosque 171 ull Q1 ml-vjf, te , ,e.i.Zf , , Qui, f -yt -+-1T-- -P - ,-,,.., .JI ll l f ,Aj L, 1 I lf: ml rf lv 1 tr LQ! 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Schmidt overjoyed at the boom in trade. 4 9. We hand it to Hanover! Rivanche! f' an l IU . The college becomes increasingly international. Lillian Martin, from Germany, enrolls. l l . Writers' Club has program on "Shoes" Classes in Salesmanship, please notice, X . Thespians hold tryfout. Six members admitted. Party politics and profess1ona1 1ealousy suspected. l LJ . Slim adds the "LinC's" scalp to his belt. EditorfinfChief, etc. I The rumor that it is to be a Sporting journal emphatically denied. 'sul-I . We win another basketball game. The Y this time. The girls, by the way, romped on I the Escos with real vigor. . Bosse High School Orchestra plays in Chapel, but otherwise the day was quite pleasant. li ll l . Castalians advertise domesticity in the opening days of their initiation. Bachelors get lmils alarmed. Bill Folz remarks that if they start the week that way this will be no place for df' a peace loving man by Friday. fy 22. Girls' Basketball team gets lost down in Kentucky. Logan College registers the only win giffl of the season against the local girls. l ll l 23. Castalians try to make money by holding a carnival. The carnival was a success. 1 .qn ii' T 24. The Basketball Team demonstrates positively that Oakland City is not in our class. No 1 argument. 5444. W' PM t 30. Philos have best girl night. Only a man's best girl would put up with motoring to New' l M burgh in January. lj Vin-li 'I' 'X- .I gy gy A , l-3-'t' 'T " W T 'f" Tim' lil K ill Til' T-ft'-T T'--N . ,5 j'N'jP'Jl ly! i-3 IRQ L' -.L'1,,,fp':Ug:s 2 :els 178 f i Jfffv.-..---4 V nf W lf-YfAif'-if' ,f-hifi? --- - L.. Q Q I VHMW. . , fm get gg el. .gi ...e....,. ,QV Wi.. ll fi! ' I I "Q'?JT5f'Ef'5Z41 5 ...-- .-.fm . -if!?s5?.effj2g'?' ii?u,q "qs 23.5. e. 'd mg, i 'il S7 1'll'El!-Q'f7?'4'.-Z ---. .- HU .vymwiiiig 4 sikriifiii? f-3553335??517 ,' or ' 'I'-i '5uisga .. f-- l -fi-fqgggs, ' gi: - -,i.::- 2? Va r- -tra? 19 Fil i Q- S i E -- c :eff-fly' N 1 Nw 'lil f f:f2l "'i'A: "-' '-!""EE'?5"1f" wi N 1. 1 1 ' I ' -S.:-I-f',' - L-I . .f' - ,i 21- , is 5 as - r 5 ls in-. e f -at w -. . . rrglg MM X l mf:-, ,g ' .Z - - aw! xl X X I 3 fb Q.-M ... v ,' I Wu l I 5 - ' 1., N- Wi., . xlib' Nuns. NH " Qu.-. lil x il ll . Rabbi Skirball gives a demonstration of what a chapel speech should be. Come back - again, Rabbi! milf . " . Latin Club gives play, "The Roman School". Dr. Bassett denies the rumor that the play I is to be held in the Coliseum. . Business Managers manage to eat in public again. We've noticed that the successful busif ly" ness man spends most of his time belonging to luncheon clubs, so the boys may as well ll get in trim early. . Dean DeLon tells us about Dr. Fosdick. Some ribald soul wants to give Hfteen rahs .1 1. , g . L for the gentleman but is suppressed. ll . The Drama League iinally puts on "The Devil's Disciple". It fails to live up to press ,gli notices, but some of the girls are not allowed out. PM Orchestra plays the Wedding Marcli in Chapel. Spring must be coming! i' y . Junior Class, Education Club, and other Bolshevist organizations give up plotting and prac' !,' tice teaching and otherwise endangering the life of the state, lon enou h to throw a cou le 1, 1 f t, g s P gi ,J o par ies. . LinC Staff announced. lt may be a good paper, any way. . Basketball team tries motoring. snowfshoveling, ditch digging and several other things all Il :li in one day. Loses to Danville as a result. W . All sorts of wild things! Dr. Judd pilots the Founders' Day banquet. 1Vl'f.l1 Some over curious soul breaks up the part by enquiring quite innocently, "Who was the , 1 f d T, Y oun er, anyway. Superintendents congregate for TrifState convention. They can't help it, it's the profesf sion, not their dispositions that makes them look that way. Theta Sigmas present Pauline Crumb Smith in violin recital. Prof. Smith announces 14 positively that she will not play "All Alone," or "Birds and the Brook," and so kills the crowd. . Philos get tired of this "Best Girl" stuff and put on Eat night. i The way to a man's stomach is through his heart, or any other way. ,fins-3 . Castalians take a cold ride to Princeton. Good Food. lk' . . : Q . Sigs pull the anniversary stuff and party in the Shrine Mosque. Back to the Civil War. I I Costume experiment results in an overwhelming vote in favor of bobbing and rolling. 2 llfilil i - ff'li?ff'?i5'1 3, 11 ' fir 1 ll 1, .L- i . -- I i if VY v' ii," vw.. .after ' iff2:?S rl 1- iii' if .ff .T-1 if l+iL--fwli-ss "V" ,. ,zivffrff .Z l,el.,..i-.R L.,..f,..ez4.gi.N :Wig if M., V ,. H , .-,..a.,.,,2--:,f-'- +:.,....,.....- .1 treq-r-'pair 1 :N V, -r -J' .H :5 i2"'l..T.'.iTH- F:':-?"'fI". gh:- 'V -..mf-To vsvl- 2-2 ff,.",, -Q - fif?:.:iZ:J "H:ii'::-zmtr' A-Y.-M --.-Y-fs' Wu-mvosf, f, . .hw-,::4 1 11 .1 tri-'H 1 . -- xl-3. i5 j, lf'Q'f,l'f Llp? 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College receives a copy of "The Last Supper." Meta Schlundt shows the effect of her course in public speaking. A for you, Meta. 20. Castalians have manless party. Anything unusual? 21. Theta Sigmas have theatre party. Y. W. installs new oilicers. Oh well, somebody has to. 25. President Hughes gets North Central Teachers' ruling changed. Hooray for our side! 28. Photos have a red tie dinner. -Baseball team gets walloped. fe., wig, 'ifYjg"'-. .H l al Wi H. 'T' a':'!'. 'J , lien? -ei-S 7-I---. :Q-Fe'-E i' 'fi:'j'+?" Rea ,---L-. .--1 -f ff A . 'T '-"Ff:rw11:E-"'5.......,..F"'r+iE3 eil 5: Ii Il fl I-'il ' ' - f ? .,g-4' 1 ' .ga-1--ff-1 ' ' - ' V 'x'..i-.14 f":1"""I..i..g-7" "'nif1'5'?Q.L,.. emu! 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H, 1.44.0 .fm'01MM'l s . mf ...iq lm...-l l 1. May Day. Big cloings. The women run things. ,QU My 8. SigfPhilo play, "You Never Can Tell." That man Shaw said a mouthful. 14. Theta Sigmas put on "Cherry Blossom." No wonder we exclude the japanese. Q .. if l ini fy lbl JUNE ,, ' 4 'T 1' N - lf., j5lm " . .gyff1.' if we ' f T f? " :n l fllfl ligifii-f- 'lf e I "' f 1 T' V2 ww L.. ' J l I 511 ii 1 1 Wil- iwe e l iivale .fi .E "" bf -- N f V 5' .4 -. A -,A A 31 if ' 'E " - ... .. or or f-E 5. JuniorfSenior banquet. We have to have those things, you know. Ql T 7. Baccalaureate Sermon. We wonder if it really makes the Seniors feel important enough 11" to forget that they are bored. 1 ,nf it 8. InterfSociety banquet. A good time was had by all. ,A ,W lllji 9. Commencement. De mortuis nil nisi bonum. 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Gerald Dailey is doing newspaper work with the El Paso Post in El Paso, Texas. . C7 ,S I iiT?iii2"7f. 1. 1- I l UQ i MII 6 g-,ll ,gil-Jim i itll AJ xflllfi It rig fl . Alumni J. .. Mrs. Carl Wolflin fHelen Bussej, the graduating classes have steadily increased in size until this - year the class numbers thirty'three. Now the alumni are scattered, and are engaged in many different walks of life. n ,- -.N W Since Evansville College conferred its first degree on the lone graduate of the class of '21, Ji I li CLASS OF '22s .1 Edgar McKown and Mary Eichols are married and both are attending Boston Theological l Seminary. Thelma Ossenberg is teaching Mathematics in Central High School, Evansville. 'ff Emma Watei's is teaching in the high school at Richland, Ind. 4, Jane Wriglit, now Mrs. Ralph Olmsted, is at home, 223 Chandler Avenue, Evansville. I.. . Claud C. Robinson is teaching in Reitz High School, Evansville. Sara Lee Lloyd is doing work on her Master's Degree in English at Columbia University, i New York City. Lyman B. Davis is living at 252 Jefferson Avenue, Indianapolis, and is employed with -f the Standard Oil Company. ,j F Norman Beach is teaching English in the high school at Fort Branch, Indiana. :Rx Gerhart Ahrens is principal of the high school at Elberfeld, Indiana. Q Edwin Trusheim is teaching Music at Melrose Park, Indiana. fl, I Louise Engelsmann, now Mrs. G. W. Schnute, is living at 1510 Fulton Avenue, Evansville. ' I Edna Vogel is teaching in the high school at Henderson, Ky. 1 I rl CLASS OF '23: , fl John K. Jones is traveling for the Torian Company in Kentucky and Tennessee. I 'L Ruth Julian, who is now Mrs. Irvin Fischer, lives in Grayville, Illinois. ll Fred Martin is working for the Kresge Company in Hannibal, Missouri. l Alfred Murray is teaching in the high school at Ironwood, Michigan. ' S ' 1 Mabel Inco is teaching Mathematics and doing some additional study in Evansville Col' li ege. - qi, J Howard Lytle is attending Boston University Theological School. ki!" Martha Oncle is teaching History in the high school at Boonville, Indiana. I 4. W Lawrence McGinness is junior partner of the Handy Furniture Company. Jil-'ll I Lillian Oakley is in school at Ann Arbor, Michigan. li j Joyce Bailey is pastor of the Stringtown M. E. Church. ill A. M. Brown is completing his second year's work in the Boston Theological Seminary. Meridith Hogue is completing his second year's work in the Boston Theological Seminary. I Verna Hughes, now Mrs. Noble J. Shepherd, is living in Holton, Indiana. 'A' Herman Stratton is completing his second year of study in Economics at Chicago Uni- Irma Franke is with Eloise Brooner studying in France. ' U Walter Wahnseidler is teaching History in Reitz H. S., City. ' I ,. versity. it , Mrs. Ruth Ensle Vernan is living in Indianapolis. Gladys Webb is teaching in the High School at Stilwell, Indiana. l I Arthur Robbflg FJ H Ralph Olmsted is trying to keep the wolf away from the door, teaching English in Central iw' High School, Evansville. H of li?f:'pii'fff'I1 as . , A ,J lie Q ii., f- Ts- I I4 iii Qld, f, U-ll it ss.-. 2 1 l Jilignl "" - gngwf. W " -,Jr ,fi--gQ1.+F"i'1i y'::131l'Q'l 5? ,""s"-si. ,', ' , V i i ' ir --its . ...M 5 -r 1' -, -if all ly gftsfzf S-as-fe-s,la.-1.-.g"ism-are ill ---"'M"om L"-"""" if It '.5:f3l335' it nd - V . ,.,.-3-u I - .sf F.. llfljfr: 'il Nl. ff, ' .Ls ,.,'j, , 1 :Jw :U V184 I .7 ,U I I I I 'fp ,Ig p MDI I I JIL ,II I sw I 1 'a r .J rl! ,.I, rfl Y K M P Y I f ff 7. 4..- -ra W 7' .,. af: ,fit I ', Tl L""" A -'-1-"SA" ,grad lj I. if-. I Q, ii 4 I-V II WN yi- .1 1--1-fi... fc' '----1 - -S -Af: I 'I l Y -,. gl, J J 1' I 1 ',7""' nl - , L-.- 'TY , ff'- -----, a , -Sv--.. I,,,L.-- .A,, ,I c .3 V, vc. -,. I . , I V, xnxx' an A--Www -An IT""IT.F..T3Ii'if-fiizfi lm .TFL I., If .QTL TPI ""2"W' ' GLASS OF '24: Eloise Brooner is studying in France, having won a scholarship from the French govern' ment. Nellie Goldsmith rs teaching in the public schools at Akron, Ohio. Gilbert Laubscher is taking a post graduate course in banking from Columbia University. Lawson Marcy and Bessie Lewis Marcy are living in Manhattan, Kansas, 'where Lawson is teaching Chemistry in the State Agricultural College of Kansas and is also doing some work on his master's degree. Myrtle McKown is teaching English and History in the high school at Hamlet, Indiana. Ada Nelson is attending Garret Bible School in connection with Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois. Marguerite Roberts is teaching English in the high school at McLeansboro, Ill. Salibelle Royster is teaching English in Rertz. High School, Evansville, Indiana. Somie of her articles on the teaching of English were published recently in the "Popular Educator. Henry Simpson is principal of Bayliss school in Harrisburg Illinois. Marianna Andres rs at home 811 Blackford Avenue in Evansville Harriet Murphy rs teaching rn the high school at Shawneetown Illinois Albert Schmitt is -r student in the Theological School at Boston University Dorothea Snethen rs terchrng Latin and English in the high school at Rockport Indiana Doris Swift rs teaching English in the Iunror High School of Bedford Indiana Olrxe Burlmgrme rs teaching Latin and English rn the high school at Moores Hill Indiana Maurrne Youngblood is teaching Latrn in the high school at Boonville Indiana I d Herman johnson is teaching rn the Vocational department of the public schools at Marion n rana Forest Culbertson Arthur Young The E C Alumni are now all organized Last year on graduation day the association me d rts regular summer banuuet and at that time elected the following officers Ralph Olmsted 73 President Rev W T jones 14 N1cePres1dent Mrs Lillian Nagle O7 Secretary and Treasurer Sara Lee Lloyd 79 Assistant Secretary and Treasurer Tae organization adopted the policy of having a secretaiy elected from each class This secretary mal-.es a special effort to keep in touch with the members of his own class In De cember 1994 the alumni had their first mid winter banquet at which there were forty present This is to be an annual affair The outstanding accomplishment of the alumni association during the past year is the es tablishrng of a paper The Evansville College Alumnus This is a mrmeographed paper of four sheets and is published once a month having a subscription lrst of seventy Eve The copies sent out this year have contained much interesting information about alumni coming directly from alumni or from the editor Ralph Olmsted The plan that is to be adopted in the near future rs that of establishing a reffular alumni association fee for the support of this publication We were unable to get information regarding the present residence and occupation these members I JI rj afi-"'W 185 -I , , . , , . 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R, Q Q- W, S S, mm , .LLL HH will VE: .1 CHARLES F ARTES A L' Iucorpomted A Eqtmblishcd 1964 L JEWELERS DIAMOND MERCI-IAN TS SILVERSMITI-IS f L Optical D partment in clrnrge R glstemed Optometrxst '57 Mam St Evansvdle Ind VER1 IGAL St 1 Ll fello A mft f Sh I eaiwvllk 21 ,ff 'W I-IARDIN G 86 MILLER 5am?Xe' MUSIC CO PIHIIOS Vlctrolas Sheet Music Band Instrum nts of All Kinds The Home F01 Everythm MUSICLI gs D74 D96 Mdlll St Evmsvdle Indurm Qu S116 dt I-IARTZ S STORES 11 Y w' , w 3, fl LE: I I I - l 1 T' tj? I Vr N J L. C L ,5 4 W y e . of x V 7, ' ' I 1 " ' ' ' If ii 1 Ii ,. ' 34. M l' . . - 36. Fxzgolxcgx spots. speaks, dirt, and imperfec- if F1 l IU! ' mans. I LS fl Create. V P g 4U. uli w. N lv 41. ' rom ylocc. "RTN I i r N 1 1l n Q 5 if .O., R Q . L J.-1.-. f I . Q YW ik fl 2 A .S,L f R fx 1 Ri - Q ln, 1 g Tfxfvivg K . ' f, 1' L- ,3 ll ,Af A . 1. , gs ' 2 . , 'c ' Z A , Ag? In ,r , L. A ' --1, w ,Ui VFJTM mia I fl VH f all R ffl i'YuF"'-M. fi , 2, T" i' . ,W Y 5 wif? 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Small body of water. fPl,D 47. Brass. QSIunp:J. 48. Ins-separable. QAbb1'.J 49 T isted strands. THE BEST GAS AND COAL RANGES ARE MADE INT EVANSVILLE, YOUR HOME CITY. HELP EVANSVILLE BY PATRONIZING HOME INDUSTRY. The Darling Line is Made by TI-IE INDIANA STOVE WORKS The Advance Line is Made by THE ,ADVANCE STOVE WORKS ' The Leader Line is Made by THE SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS Sold by all Leading Dealers irfsf f'-f::- Q .-.. 4 I , I, ,,,.--:lit ,f:,I,,,, V,,A, I.- .V---Vg. - WWI, , ., .4 I 4, WW frnw-1, ,A xml , .LV , 194 -LM., . VY WW! xi, -H. -,,...,..... I,..,S.:...,.., f? 1, 9-:D X, 1 I 1 ,, ll , AA, www , . .IJ 1 N:1,,.-,, Fil , 4- f-:V -f-2-as-fi-21, lil by if 7VQf1 4-Lit' 1 , , ',:1lG..f-"git 1 1 5 QT Al 11 lg 11 1' l flcfl .5 I, 5 X I, ,E T 2? J all l ,. gl 111' 3 THE 4MARK STCRE Q A SX IZ KRUCKEMEYER sa CO1-IN T ZI XQ HENRY Law more MUN AND .F7rrH. Popular Price Jewelers YOUR JEWELER ' - . Exclusive Hatsancl Furnishings Glasses Scientifically Fitted by Graduate Optometrists Well Treat You Right 407 M1111 St Evinsville l11Cll'l1ll. VERTICAL l ame 'PIb"1?'P goll Le boy Any obhg mon upon our part regzudless of its ratm shnes 11np'1rt1'1lly 111 the performmnce of Internahonal Servlce INTERNATIONAL STEEL sc IRON Co Ev'lnsv1lle Ind Structural Steel Steel Highway Bridges Public Garages Modern Store Fronts Reinforcing Steel Steel Sash llall IW, Fl LJ I 11,31 1 U1 ll WW I , 1 , 1 I ,I ii ,,el H Eli Sgllifd " ' My ggg feggqgfly- Lf ? . 111. . I E Eiq4l'! . fu? A QL .K . . . 3 , FQ in I ' . C C C K' W X' X, xl F1 I 1 liffl I A ' 1' i 11 1 , 4 ,fi 1" ' .FU 'fir t eflrf AVF . - . 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IVANIVILLEY ONE BIG FURNITURE ITORI U4-nn-IIB-IQO MAIN -I' MODERN HOME FURNISI-IERS 1 14-120 MAIN' ST. OUR SERVICE IS ON ALL MAKES Its rc Ll servlet too The kmd that helps you get all the performaul e out of your present battery first If yours lb a Wxllard chzuffecl bone 'lry battery youve got 1 bl advmuge We d hke to tell you why CENTRAL BATTERY CO Fust Ave and Bond Phone MH111 all Look For The Wlllard Sign THE WALKER HOSPITAL Tr:-umng School For Nurses Spec1al mstrucmon 111 all the requutcl Stuches The Nurses have EL new home wlth the proper converueuces For partrculars wrrte to Dr ames Y Welbornm EVEIIISVIIIC Ind HORIYONTAL Ch 1 I f 1' e fAb W th iAbb J ESSLINGER 86 SALM CO Dependable ewelers 217 Mzun St Wlrmg Fixtures Motors Everythmg Electncal LANSING ELECTRIC SHOP 376 South Third St Evansvrlle Ind Phone Maul 707 N ' 1 ' , ' , , . ,L , , 1 ,, - N -Q - . . . . I . .N I . 4 . , c g c c '. , . 2 ' X' 3 . , . . . . 1. ic's name or 'zrth r. 3. D1Stl'ICt of Columbia. blnj 5. 1 in. 6. Colm' of non-commissioned officers unlform. r. 1 2 . . . . 3 . , . lf,-5,I,y -"il -. -'H Rh fl if 'fl tri: lla. ' --75 , K ,-'Lfi' 'w-ifni A" M -":1ig'..':.T"r '75,-.'tZ'.u.."""'.Qr1-. L'ffgf,f'f+- is...-,..,..4,..,, ,, L. lzgiiii-if: 155:-gif:-is gel' J Q " 1,1 'A if -12QAH"'g'f4.-VQQL:-,-We-v':.'-... .ng--- 'lgi ii:f::::.J ' ' '"'4--f-f--'f-or-'--1"-A--4 - --L., l A L LY in WL he f---,.-.-, oy, rf 1' ly' fn :I ,121 , w:'f'l5 .r-Q-,elif , ,- dial. A. r 197 1 .1 'J - .- I A . I Tk '3' If 'ev-2-, I 'Or Il . . 'Q-+ 'p' '1 wr ' 1 3' g , ..- ,lf 3? ri J, ' f - -gjZlT,.":"'.T' 1151 , K, ,J gli? Y -ig? L , 'l I 1 lla.-Ji W3 Q AUTO RADIATOR REPAIR CO. ALL KINDS or RADIATORS Fon SALE I I QUICK SERVICE I ip REASONABLE PRICES 1 -. .A ', .J l There is a big difference between stopping a leak W 4. and rebuilding a radiator. A Q W We have the best equipped and only expert shop J l 1 for repairs in the city. Twentyfnine years' experience. I F , Every radiator that leaves our shop is tested under 7: ' l pressure and the part repaired is guaranteed never to leak. A, l We install new guaranteed core in your old radiator f in 24 hours. ll Licensed in three different countries as metal expert. iw' l Has been granted two patents by the United States ' Patent Bureau-July 17, 1923, and September 2, 1924- ' on his latest improvement on a device to stop a leak in a fr' Honeycomb Radiator in a minute, which will save conf "Q siderable cost to you. ' I 324 Sycamore St. Cor. 4th of I MAX ANCHELEVICH Q I ' l Proprietor Office Phone Ma1nf769O Res. Lincoln-1169-J lp - I 1 arp. lil? 'UT R la 1 E FJ va .- l Quality-Service 1 p THE BLACKSTONE SHOP ,T COLLEGE INN 518f2O Main sr. W 1 A P r' ri as nes Styles of Today with a Touch of .LV Ice Cream Tomorrow fi Home Made Candies I , Evansville's Newest Store for XVCILICH , gl . 1 in lql Drop In .Q 'I ' 1 Ilj ' HORIZONTAL N If 7. gerspxnal pronoun. W ' . X -t. I, T33 gghxts of the compass. 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Z 'FU va 4 De Z 2 U1 rn Pl 5 5 :E 91 'T.1w"d3eP Barber Shop HORIZONTAL th p a between Maln and Sycam no 0 ll 10 J 199 it Il . 111 lg! Hg S il fl 'l.'1' ,- l UH , 1 P l ld E11 l C 1 3 l K , L 5 . . . . K C I l , f , . ' 1 1 . ,J If. ' .Q li 1 1 - I i . . luiey ' , ' ., . . . VN, 1 1 1 T 11 ' 5 I H! 1 ' l -.J . . I 1 fl ., 12. nocturnal' l ni l'2'Ld0. Sth Sf., l 4 'B I 15. Nor western s za . 1 16. reposition. 1 I 17. asketba captain-elect. 111 1 21. rison. bs. ' .1 3 fx., . A W-P Y. 1 ,.., "am ' D1 112 111-4 ', A 1 ff ff lfl '1,g:E1:::1 H.--fer' 3.1:ii:.L?'1 112-'F fit, ,-LT1 11 11 1 Q Tzzfriggiz gj:tT4igif Q--QQ -111 '- 1, 11'-'11-31 11 'I' 'lv 1,312 -gfgirffif ' i'.1j.i'1.iQ5 f .QQQ'QfQ.-" lei..-l":l1.f Q,.,i?-J' 145 113:54-11 11-3 1,.I'fl l.Q 1.Q1lTZ .,,- jxfflil 11 .wi,'.-1 -1 Exit: , Y ff- - ---H f-- - rf- --- f 'TQ' ,L ff , ' r 4' , , , , . , . , , L, ,..-.Y-..,, lla , l l is , . , K -.,- , , .. 1 --A-- LM- it va - V ' ,-X --.-XL'----:----S-:Lu N' 'IL - In 1 ,P l, SS , digg? ADMINISTRATION BUILDING vansville Colle e Is fitly symbolized by this building. Its curriculum unites the practical and cultural values of life. With the best available equip' ment, strong faculty, high ideals, and genuine religious atmosf phere, this institution stands ready to return to the church young men and Women trained to become the LEADERS OF A BETTER TOMORROW A STANDARD COLLEGE ALFRED F. HUGHES, President Evansville, Indiana HORIZONTAL Flat circular plate. A small Hap. QPLD A large wave. Gladly Adv. An elongated center from the wilds of SouLh- ern Indiana. .. MP7 . -- X if ,.- .-:+,.. , .----,J -- Lf.: f ' f--J--Q ,f------+5 Y l nfl- wg ""'-'-"' .Lv ,. : ,' l v . va- -1-I--", -3 f4+ A, --a ,l M., , . 200 ,Q-WNEYS Candy for the Dlscrlmlnatlng CHARLES LEICH 86 CO Wholesale Dlstnbutors HORILONTAL fAbb A E0 l: N th g H adg 201 H 9 I O I I . 39. Iron. r.J 40. ar wheel to 41. A stellar back 42. o in . 44. e ear. I -f-, -4 yx 1 """i V. iiflgl 1 1 1, v - I.. ,-.....:1-f l l 1 .ll l lfall 5:1 ll l n . l .,! 5 ,L l. M1- Wil l lj wil Wg, . JU f' lr . Nl ll Q12 f JT! l V1 WE lCIlQv film' 'lf ,lik I 'Ilvll I lll il, 'll lll ., M lf is 'lrfil .1 'I T V 1 l .,.... if TT 1 .fi A -931 , - fe' H if . ' si . . ,-3.-e-u1 ""'LM-gli li 163, 5- 5 fl 'why fa' L f1i1im-f'aTffP-.2 , 'r L -me-D E3-A-" -TQ l 1 f' x 1 I li Y l fi I N ' F lf f-fad 4:::g.-7.1233 1,,..,.d4 a:c,,.......J lL,.S...Z.,..,5.:.1M..:':-"'ni,,i Ji LT-i., .- iw ' :- Rx-, - - ..,- I Y' V...--l-T -xl H' , r Qlyl I l l ill f' i, Hililr-Xt - V .ll V 9- The SCHSOHNS fascinating new fabrics, with lil! - practical dressmaking accessories and notions, 6 are now ready for your selection. l .1 1 H THE s. G. EVANS DRY GOODS CO., INC. Q7 JOHN FREDERICK STEPHENS, 1 '- -' 7, 1 President ? ,Z Evansville, Incl. EDW Mscmumss f The Hand Man D A THE HANDY FURNITURE CO. Evansville College Q A Little Better For Cafeteria I A Little Less Money 'L 1308 Main Street For Home Cookmg I-IORIZONTAL LOTTIE BRASE, Proprietress kj' I-tofoil1ihTl?.e1?1oC11giiJlche1's. 50. A label. 52. A Jalxanese coin. - i , 53. Tumult. 'lv 55. To piece out. - NORTH SIDE T WALDEN'S PHOTOS FURNITURE CO. F-- Are Known by Their Excellence Maker of Happy Homes V' MOM: S. Third St. Evansville, Indiana 1101 Main: Comer John , l Phone Mainf5'622 L 'Ili l l YOKEL 86 SONS VICKERY-ODELL CO. lg GROCERYHMEAT MARKET INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE J' Phones Main-4747-Mainf6396 LOANS F Cor. Seventh and Sycamore Sts. 110 S. Second St. Phone Main-424 lLll I' S ' ' Qua 'ty ervlce Evansville, Indiana Ll Q ,. f' 4' ll' ll W wie, .gif E- ID- - .E ,-- ..,.., . ,MPM ' 202 - M .- - -M . ,All KZ?- ug w l ' LAL-.LL. .M I4 w lx M- is s will ,ll f H5501 ill. ll rd. fix- -ff -f lr -J .vw ,M .. ., .,, , , 2 i 9-M133 fp E' ff- .cg L, .Q ,. II, 147 : .--lluw .v--1- D-1, 1.-ah: .u-?::-v-,,.,....".l?2'- dk., , I .r 1 - l 5 L 'W ,LX I BETTER SERVICE TO TROY, TELL CITY AND CANNELTON Via Traction and Bus THREE ROUND TRIPS DAILY Leaving Evansville at 7:00 A. M., 11:15 A. M., 4:15 P. M. Leaving Czumelton at 6:30 A. M., 11:40 A. M., 4:00 P. M. . Running Time Approximately ZVZ Hours .. ,, 5.,-.w..-..-. -...:4-:-p:-:-:.g .5f::'r:'a:- 5 :-:-1 :21 ..f.11..,,, if-2-mm-:-: , .!?:i'2f'2-!-1-:+t-5:1'I1'1'I'-f+f:1:5:7:?:2 5 ..,. ---.-.-. , H , ,,,, ..,l '- 4- :' -:+ -'--I:-:1:2:r, 'r-2-2-1-2 .-:-:f:-:f:A -ze - '-: . '-: 1-1-1.1.-. .-:4:-:,:-:v.-:- -1-1-1-141: .-:-:-:-:':-. S .,.....,., n'1fn 4 , f . W . W , 7 ' 1 ,....., . N . -.-ml:.:-:Q-1.1.14-1-1 .-I-11l-l'l'5'-'5l5'7T"'li:,::i::1f - ' ' 12' ' " ' 2'f'Z'3'iZ"""'.Zf1T 1ZsE.5:2:2f25f1Er2:s:1:,- . . . ,WA I . ww .. I. . .. A . :'.1:I'- I59sf':' . in 5' A I I M -3:5:::5.:.:,:.::5,1.53zz.:.1:::::::5::5:::,g::115,ggggggggg,g5:gg:g:::::::::,:::1:,:5,,. I -,,.g:g:g:g,::g,:,:,g.-15 . . - , -1513:-:-:v:,:51:1:-:-:':':-:-:-sg.:.g.,:4:5:::::-:-:v:-:-:-:-: BUS MAKES DIRECT CONNECTION WITH TRACTION CARS AT GRANDVIEW Take the Tmctxon From Second 'md Locust Sts EVANSVILLE 86 OHIO VALLEY RAILWAY CO DEPENDABLE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL M1111 408 Lincoln 879 Wl1e11 111 need of lthletic supphes come where you C111 ll we A selection Compliments of MRS ANNA BOSSE of thc lughest qu1l1ty 'Lt the veiy lovv est Hgures G A BEARD 86 CO The Spoitmv Goods Store '714 M1111 St HOPIIONTAL tt d "-"MTW 203 .il . L E QI 1 1 . Vjljr ' ' if " ' i D XJ! ,J In!! L rl , 56. Salufat' n. I 57. Past lense of swini. 1 .X 1, 58. To expose for publn: notice. l '-- if 59. Unintcrmi e . I , L if-I ll . .QQ il3il'?f'l ll v .M -MLM f--- 2 -Elf! fill , , 9 ' if s If will :Lg To 77 ,.::-.131 15 3151 ,, .gg-fr f M-5?----if l -53gF3,gQ5: N, 1-Ii ' 451111 ppp A 'til-,,?i,?i'T.fg 71'-i :Li W 'Z F -' - -'T ig-rv, Y. r- L, Q f y , +I FINKE'S-"3 7 STEPS', On 7th-From Main l I l , FURNITURE-The kind that makes home loving fathers and children. Rest-ref ' laxation-good to look upon. T , FAIRNESS-A confidence betrayed is costly to an individual and much more so L. to a hornefmaking institution. We believe in fairness and KNOW that it pays. . FRIENDS make life better and brighter. NO man can have too many friends, and no business has enough friends. We value friendship as one of the most im' rw ' r l l ia ,l portant principles in our business. ALWAYS WELCOME N w :fawrenee 93. jfinke Ill ll SAY IT WITH FLOWERS A . xl We have a nice line of Potted Plants and Cut Flowers .n Floral Designs A Specialty I! LOUIS FRITSCH ppl' 2500 E. Virginia St. Phone LincOlnf'790 ' N X Q. fl Ii' GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS e e El QDIM Gift Shopp 405 South Third St. Mlm I , s I' Next t0,St1'3.l1d Theatre Lji 11 .lu Y.M.O.A. Y.W.O.A. . TEA POT INN F0061 of Qllallfy lam H ig 4: Dainty Luncheons at the Mary Ford Cubbison, Mgr. CRISP GROCERY Olive and Governor if HORIZONTAL I 62. SMX f0,.mi,,g nouns, Phones: Main 133 Lincoln 892 ,I ll 63. San Domingo. fAbh1'.J My ' . Freshmen.. .5 Q13 64 66. An lnsertxon. j Q 68 A ' ht i . Welg . 1 1 Q I i "'- 'l ' I--1 ff Li FJ . l'l, . .,.,.. .ig ,F -H X 'pit'-' '.L"'i"fTTn ' fl ' l io' lifir KV' tgfxllwwi Q11-' y 'jf ' -.?ji1T1I:JL'f-W! -f t Y Sfw . A M7 - ' w . fir xv--' 204 EVansVjIIe's li , Amusement , I Centers il 4. 1... l .1 'A 51 l Dedicated to the better 2 1 l Amusement of Ev- li ansville and its visitors il ll St d ,te 1. ran li HORIZONTAL ' ll 70. 'Elie magical' of the green carpet. HQ ' . ' f . . if I1glLF,l:ni'ac:?z1' of th? 2lcldTest2rnle1g. ' ' 4. r l Maj CSt1C 1 76. Stalk. QPLJ i. ,fliflin SIXTY YEARS OF SERVICE , X' l Insurance counselors since 1864, the Ben' nett'Hutcl1inson Company has served the CO. Q people of Evansville for an even 61 years. 1925 marks our sixtyffirst anniversary. SAND AND GRAVEL ' ill 'Ii l Excavating and Street and Road Building of .W ,bg SERVICE fb All Kinds l' ' . LSI 1564 Main Office, 705 Furn. Bldg. Phone Mf7797 f.f1.,1 'Gy Pnorfcnoll 'xp' HJ: ANSVILI-E,lNDlP Order Dept., River Front, Foot of Pine St., ll r l Phone Mf434 ljgfg HARRY P. FRAZIER General Manager Evansville, Ind. 201 Furniture Bldg. Phone Mainflll l lull . i S A lf fl l i. -X ll A -lf. "." 1 " l'. , El'-, ' .W , l l l 205 I lg There's no MJ substitute 3 ' for its good- , ness and puff ityf. J g Y' l W ,f , 9 V QM f J 1 Z ' 1 L 11 ' f 'I f Q-', A .?V,, -al Q'1Q ' ,A ' lvi, Tl 'A 4 '4f--- .-A--'r"'A :J . and get it A COCA COLA BOTTLING co. 5 ggm.,,.Qaf- V J Phone Main 745 2 22 4 , I E ,.., , . .: , .. A W -i , BUHLHINE MTERIA1. I DlVISlDN8rMIJRTDN s'rs. P1-lnNEM-Mus n 1 U. my l ,.-'f.': V "EVERY DET'A.S UAF2 E mez uf U Q-.xfffgff2+fi ' 'aa 3:1 JU! vw .. .Q ffy W ' ""' ww 1 ' lfai. X-fefrczgf QLLQVQ,-1-:. J -J -4 D. f.Q,.f.,-Vg. W-,- 206 ,.., V 1 ,eg I.. ll To i , lllj s u We l u dl Lololieusm , Af " V l , V.,. ,.,- ,.L:.4 uSwAeNesfDgwNf 1 Worth Ilflfllfliflg wzih u CAN. Lf0Quwol: A+ :zum 'lull ""i 11' 'LI-5 K Nl? -,f -i , Huurvm - A - Swanf Down Cake Flour ,hw ummm, 5 t"'il."F"'-."..t' fn- '-v A p1otect1o11 that swcs the Wen and ten' on your nervous c11spos1t1on lf does away wlth d1s1ppo1nt 'W N mg results and costly fulures HAM-KT IGLEI-IEART BRO'1 I-IERS EVANSVILLE INDIANA Strut youx practice so-mon below the Qca son stents so you w1ll be m tum You wmll nccd a new racket to plly that old stal gime Wc1gl1ts 1.1! 14 and 14V We clothed your clad Whexl he W'1s 1 grad F01 college clothes AQk Dmd He knows Gup SML mclmcs Made of choxcest mucxnls especnlly sc lccted Hell lefel you to Suouse ol course Othms 1s Gembe Wllgllt and Supe1 smoke THOMAS E MCCANE CO STRGUSE 86 BROS The I-hgh Art Store The Sport Shop 3:10 S Tlurcl St DIAGONAL UP One of the Fnc 'ku exd 1m muon To cut Coulee woven f'lb11L Tw... 207 l . ---.?"',':,q v u... ,, r ' l r:.:.......- 'K --" .35 n.- , "' V .-' !..,::...,:::,'-11 W -' 4 -.. " " -n- ng. 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First Street Evansville, Ind. llsili ll irliil 5 l I Sn, OHIO VALLEY ROOFING COMPANY O1 il I GENERAL ROOFERS L if and LU SHEET METAL WORKERS illi Phone Lincoln-S62 Third and Division Sts Ls H BOOKS PENS i fl Get Your Supplies at the ex., ,l ji COLLEGE BOOK STORE , L .1 Portfolios, DeLuxe Note Books kvfal "The Storehouse for College Needs" VY PENCILS PAPER J l DIAGONAL DOXVN E. liY'l0Ht:l of the year. V, gl Pilinen' 'i Grades. l 'M- sw lull ' W! f:l::e.:-- 53. fffilil :ZTZT----'T Plow 1 e:,..::r,o P-- T vel --iff 723 Til ' 3 1 lQij,,3 ig ' 208 V -Y 'Li ig?-N -A?i.fi:i3f:1T-. , t 4. 4,A, ' H 1 Vx . 'F ,LQZLJL Mm, Y, Iwi ,.,.H We Photograph Anythmg PORTRAITS OF QUALITY Prlces Reasonable All Photographs for this book were nude THE MASON STUDIO 703 Man Su-get Phone Mam 4716 THE BUILDING OF MEN 3.1 M 3 gl.: I ls I::n'g1:Wi9""ig1b I I ll U ma' In ml' gjjglil wiln m Every male student of Evar1sv11le Colle e should be EL member ot the Evansvdle Y M C A The largest 1nst1tut1on 111 the Clty buddmg better manhood 209 44 - sa ' V C by 'I' 115 " ' 757 . -N m -H 4'-i T3 I I m ' -'7"Y5':'?' I" F?fI' 'GH 'N U . ett 21 I ,. ,ff . .. '- ' r w ' ,fm ,A . 1 ai 1'x4,s1L1--- 1fhf.gL.1.f:4..i1.L0....g5- L ' cr D ' i riliibxfffzir-W1 i3-1 I V if ff ' 1: T '.eQ....'T..'L'L1.f K 5, - QV' ,',--,.,e! ,.! 5, no-,f:'jj'-'ki jjljn tiff 4 'Q 1. M Q'-' .Qfii lgf,'.:1ff'Tf ai , ,-1 ,-.+A A ,-, O fijvlfefw N if e-Ar-if 'r S Ill-Q' W lb .L will 5 5 T M'+fT"'i-...Tm lm 5 ll! Pl Compliments of ' Leaders in V- Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, TT T GEUPEL BROS. L, i 1 Pictures, Frames and Nlouldings 413 Main Street ADJUSTMENT BUREAU OF EVANSVILLE CREDIT MEN'S ASSOCIATION C. HOWARD SABERTON, Mgr. 'Wi , , " Sclwvl Supplws Our SPGCIHIW 607f610 Old National Bank Bldg. HJ Pl . 1 ' N , T 043329 1560 Stick to ,9 f-an x J, I 9 STORK , ' Compliments of ,gl Iggy.-'5' 3 ' For Bargains W F "A little down , i f , S d I. I THE SHRINE MOSQUE E-J' KK an a nice I" Q "" -f 5, 1. 'Svc 4 - , Daft? each wee . 'I 'ffaerwtx W . , nel .-v ' ' , CLEANING PRESSING Expert Nlarcelliug-Haircuts-Shingle Bobs l Scalp Treatments-Facials ' E. E. HAERIN G The Tailor 215 S. Fifth St. ' W Phones Mainf1792-Mainf5391fW g-3 4 1 Made To Measure Suits Also Clean, Press, Repair, Reline and Alter 'F' - Ladies' Coats Will Call For and Deliver Childrexfs Hair Bobbing A Specialty New Arrivals in Millinery Ostrich Feather Fans PRIMROSE BEAUTE SHOPPE 313 S. Third St. Mrs. Clyde Hefele ' Repairing Alterations A Specialty Phone Lincoln 532, ilk N FA KODAKS 'J I U' Developing and Printing Y Students' Supplies 'U SMITH sc BUTTERFIELD Evansville's Most Popular Hostelry w , it Booksellers and Stationers MAIL the Tfdveling Mdnil A 'fl-T 310 Main Street Noon Luncl1eiTZ5'E1rt'lEXgir::Ei1eDinner-75C np Phone Main'460 and 6460 ELMER A. BOSSE cHAs. 1. scHoLz ,gl 3 Mgr. Pres. ff:-"' !""'M'1A"'lf1 Th. A l . "V lil? S 21 S , is ,ees L it " 'o 1 EE gil" "L ji 53 ,sw X-,.3f,'V,- VL, , .,-.-f A-.'f:e..5- -'.,.:,g 3.. 4 1,.1,EMgS'4ij-P Pl'g7S' 5"'g"gd""l fr-' e "L I an-W fb-J ,lf tT'la.,.f,.fI if ll f-in-14-..r ,. f use + l f Hfhfjl ll ' PRINCESS BEAUTY PARLOR 'tm 1 if l , SYBLE DAWKINS, Mgr. ' P Hotel McCurdy 'N l Q Permanent Wave, S1 5.00 l lv Marcels and Curls of all kinds 71 At Popular Prices J Lincolnf9 1 2-Evansville, Ind. P Compliments of ' HALL HAGANS CO These Null' errj .Sf Clams of Mmm the Power for Indus power trles that furmsh em ployment to thous ands Street Cars that take you to school Serve you m a Hundred Ways Llght for your E d very ay Streets and Home Gas that cooks your meals jl""'C" 'SW F' 'W f"""v akmg posslble the many Elec rlcal convemences you enjoy ll made possible by those who have nvested then' savmgs m thzs essential ublzc seruzce Indlana Gas 8: Electr1cCo Sound Sznce 1851 .Q-.F.1',.. ... .sly 711 wi . wl ' - , 3, 9 L, S ay I if 1, i-Q,-Q-J-'57 'l V: ' S EEEQ? ' ' 1 ,- a 'LW BE "" will f no N I. A f M N K' U ' ,Q l ' " 'Wo 1 1 " ' W ,I ll ,, ' . I lf - ' l ilfk"e'X-- P S, S V -Q y f P , W Y l -ly ,, 7 A, ' ' - , Y L' ' . 0 . -1 lx ' WH at llll ll H M - U vw, ' . . . ll! I . , I ln' Y I - fl, S r 1 Us 1 ll A ' ll ji W i .... . W, T ll p D P ' P ,EJ u a ks. 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