University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)
- Class of 1932
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Published by the Student Government
Association of Evansville College
HARVEY SEIFERT HARGLD C. SMITH
Editor ' Business Manager
We enter into this, the
tenth annual LinC, conf
scious of our responsibility
accurately to portray the ac'
tivities that center around
our college tower.
It is our hope that in this
theme of the tower we may
have found a symbol for the
beauty, the aspiration, and
thestrength that we have
found within these walls,
May we have built in this
book a monument that shall
endure, recalling always the
memories of this college
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To Professor Howard Filield Legg,
whom we have known not only as a teach-
er, but also as an understanding friend. In
him we have seen a towering vision built
upon a solid foundation of true character.
He has taken us up on high places from
which we have discovered vistas hitherto
unseen. He has encouraged us also to
build soundly and well.
Soft light calls forth
From mass moulds symmetry.
We came to seek your light,
And bathed in its glow we
And felt new worth.
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EARL ENYEART HARPER, S.T.B., D.D.
President of the College
The opportunity for personal contact with Dr. Harper is one of the outstanding
privileges of our college life. His executive ability, has won for Evansville College
its present high standing as an accredited college of Arts and Sciences. His many
other talents have enriched not only our college experience but also the life of the
In commenting upon the outstanding achievements of the past year Dr. Harper
says, "Evansville College, in this first year of its reorganization as a College of Arts
and Sciences, has three things in particular for which to be thankful:
First, a fine spirit of unity growing out of a new singleness of purpose, an
ennobled institutional ideal, and a clearly conceived educational goal,
Second, the more effective gearing of the work of the college to the real educaf
tional needs of the youth it serves,
Third, a heightened prestige at home and abroad which has brought encourage'
ment, pride, and inspiration to every oflicial, instructor, student, and friend of the
Dean of Wonieii
A.B., Ohio Wesleyaii
A.M., Ohio State University
Most students have become
acquainted with Miss DeLong
through freshman courses in
English Composition, As
Dean of Women she is the
counsellor of all women stu'
dents and supervisor of all
social activities of the school.
Dean of the College
A.B., Ohio Wesleyaii
M.A., Ohio Wesleyan
Dean Torbet is a veteran
among the .administrators of
the college, having come here
with the school from Moores
Hill. In addition to his guid'
ance of students, his duties as
dean and registrar include
such things as making out
class schedules and supervisf
ing the summer session and
HOWARD F. LEGG
Dean of Men
A.B., Wesleyan University
B,D., Drew Theological
A.M., M.R.E., Boston
Professor Legg is Head of
the department of Bible and
Philosophy as well as Dean of
Men. In this position, that of
a counsellor rather than a
disciplinarian, he has been a
real help to the men of the
FLOYD E. BEGHTEL, A.M.,
Professor of Biology
Acting Head of the Department
ALFRED B. COPE. AJM.
Professor of Education
PAUL G. CRESSEY, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
fOn leave of absence 1931421
GLADYS CURRY, M.S.
Instructor in Home Economics
CHARLES C. DELANO, M.A.,
Professor of Latin and Greek
Head, Department of Foreign
CLARA L. HARPER, B.F.A.
Instructor in Voice
OLAF HOVDA, M.A., Pli,D.
Professor of Physics
Head, Department of Physics and
HOMER L. HUMKE, A.M.
Professor of Education
Head, Department of Education
LUCILLE JONES, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Education
I PEARLE LECOMPTE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Speech
DEAN LONG, M.B.A.
Professor of Economics
Head, Department of Economics
GUY B. MARCHANT, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Engineering
Acting Head of the Department
JAMES E. MORLOCK, A.M,-
Instructor in Sociology
RALPH E. OLMSTED, A.B.
Executive Secretary and Instructor
WALTER G. PARKER, M.A.
Field Secretary and Associate
Professor of Religious Education
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Instructor in Modern Languages
MARIORIE A. PORTER, B.S.
ISABEL B. REEVES, B.S.
Assistant in Education
WILLIAM V. SLYKER, M.A.
Professor of Physical Education
Head of the Department
ALVIN STRICKLER, M.S., Ph.D
Professor of Chemistry
Head, Department of Chemistry
and Home Economics
ERNEST C. VAN KEUREN,
-Professor of English
Acting Head of the Department
HEBER P. WALKER, A.M.
Assistant Professor of History
Acting Head of the Department
IMA S, WYATT, A.M.
Assistant in Biology
CLAUDE S. ABSHIER
Assistant in Chemistry
DELBERT A. DEISINGER, B, S.
Assistant in En gineering
Assistant in Physical Education
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Secretary to Mr. Olmsted
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Treasurer ............................ ....... A llen Fitzsimmons
We, the Senior Class of 1932, face the future unafraid, The
foundation for our success has been well laid by Evansville College.
Ours has been a wellfrouncled development according to the seven-fold
ideals of our college seal. We have leaders in economic, intellectual,
recreational, and athletic activities as well as in social, esthetic, and
spiritual. It is our confident hope that the training we have received
here will lead to a greater future service to humanity.
To the faculty and administration and to our fellow students we
wish to express our appreciation and to extend our sincerest wishes for
genuine happiness and continued success in future years.
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Quentin Hartke, President, Grant Pearcy, VicefPresidentg Mary Abell, Secretaryg Mary
Frances Hollis, Treasurerg Warren Hutchens, Kenneth Kincheloe, Harvey Seifert.
The Student Government Association accomplished several important things
during the past year.
The Hospital and Relief Board constitution was amended so that surplus funds
in its treasury might be used as a student loan fund. Action was taken to make it
possible to include the price of individual pictures in the LinC in the student activif
ties fee. The Athletic Board constitution was repealed because it was felt that the
Department of Physical Education should have the powers formerly held by this
The Student Government Association sponsored an allfcollege party welcoming
the freshmen to our campus. The Booster Day Parade and celebration were success'
fully managed. The Homecoming activities and the Campus Sing were also directed
by the Association.
During the football and basketball seasons many pep assemblies were held, and
these were quite successful in noticeably improving the college spirit.
Most important, however, was the action taken toward the complete reorganizaf
tion of the S. G. A., merging student and faculty government into a cooperative
control by both students and faculty of practically all phases of college life.
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Harry Oakley, President, Mary Frances Hollis, Harvey Seifert, Harold Smith, Charles
Robertson, Kenneth Stillwcll, Malcolm Aydt.
The judges of the Student Court are elected by the four classes, three being
chosen from the senior class, two from the junior class, and one each from the
sophomore and freshman classes.
The court has jurisdiction over all misdemeanors of students committed on the
campus, operating in cooperation with both the students and faculty. Two important
cases have been handled by the court this year, one of theft, the other of misconduct.
The defendants in both cases were tried, found guilty, and punished.
It has been the chief aim of the Student Court to lessen misdemeanors through
gaining the good will and cofoperation of the student body rather than by punish'
ment after the offense has been committed. The court has appealed to the student
body both through the Crescent and by word of mouth at the meetings of the Stu'
dent Government Association. It is hoped that they have succeeded in obtaining the
required co-operation and that this amicable spirit will carry on in future years.
The members of the court wish to thank the faculty and student body for the
aid and co-operation they have given them this year.
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FACULTY STUDENT COMMITTEE
President Harper, Quentin Hartke, Dean Torbct, Lela Cope, Miss DeLong, Burtis Dill,
Professor Legg, Robert Schaad, Mrs. Place, Charles Zapp.
This committee meets at the call of the President or of any of its members to l
discuss and make recommendations on matters of mutual interest to students and facf
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Warren Hutchens, Chairrnang Charles Duncan, Margaret Rowe, Elizabeth Thompson, 11
Iames Wilkinson. 1
The Social Committee plans and directs all social activities of the Student Gov'
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HOSPITAL AND RELIEF BOARD
Kenneth Kinclicloe, Chairmang Mary Abell, Professor Cope, Lorine Zuelly, R. E. Olmsted.
The Hospital and Relief Board provides for the relief of students who become
seriously ill while in attendance at Evansville College.
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Lela Cope, Presidentg Marie Rheinhart, Secretaryg Coach Slyker, R. E. Olmsted, Professor
Strickler, Robert Dossett, and Aracl McCutchan.
Until the recent repeal of the Athletic Board, it served as a means toward the
promotion and regulation of athletics.
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. DECORUM COMMITTEE
Robert Schaad, Chairmang Virginia Dickmzm, Frank Fish, Inns Love, Emily Wright.
The purpose of this Committee is to define stzmdzlrds of conduct amd make uecesf
sary recommendations to the S. G. A.
ART CHAPEL COMMITTEE
Harold Smith, Chairmang Margaret Rowe, James Willcinson.
This committee is responsible for the weekly art Chapel, securing talent both
from the city and from the student body.
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Lela Cope, Prcsidentg Olive Hendrickson, First Vice'Presidentg jane Anne Love, Second
Vice-Presidentg Elizabeth Scherer, Secretaryg Lea Major, Treasurerg Lorine Zuelly, President
Y. W. C. A.
The WOl11611,S Council was organized in the fall of 1923 for the purpose of prof
:noting the social, intellectual, and moral interests of the women students of Evans'
ville College. Every woman student is automatically a member.
The Rest Room, which was furnished by the College Women's Club, is in the
care of the Women's Council.
This year Art Appreciation Teas have been given at the Museum of Fine Arts
and History with the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes as hostesses. The
Women's Council entertained the Mother's Council at one of their meetings and
gave a party for the men students.
The Council sponsors the annual May Day Festival. A
MARY LCIS HUMKE LORINE ZUELLY
Editor Business Mzinager
Friday noon is always a moment much anticipated, for it is then that the
Crescent makes its weekly appearance.
The task of publishing a college paper is always a diiiicult one, not only
because of the actual labor required, but also because of the multiplicity of
tastes appealed to. The staff is therefore to be commended both for their will-
ingness to give of their time, and for their success in producing a popular, and
at the same time a constructive weekly.
Originality might be said to be the outstanding characteristic of the Cres'
cent this year. Several new ideas, both m form and in content, were used. With
the appearance of the Oxford debaters came the English edition. Witli mid'
semester exams came the "Green Cheese." And, of course, since April 1. came
on Friday, the "Blue Moon" was a necessity.
The Crescent has always tried to present the news of the college in an
interesting manner. Its editorial policy has been fairfmindecl and constructive.
THE CRESCENT STAFF
,......Mary Lois Humke
Assistant Editor .......... .........,........,.. E dith Silver
Feature Editor ......... .....,. M artha Ellen Roberts
News Editor .....,... .................. J anet Evans
Society Editor ......
Betty Jane Hacker
Business Manager ..............................,......,...., ........ L orine Zuelly
Assistant Business Ivlanager .......... ............. J ames Wilkinson
Faculty Advisor ...........,........... ........ D r. E. C. VanKeuren
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HARVEY SEIFERT HAROLD C. SMITH
Editor Business Manager
A number of innovations have been introduced which to a degree at least make
the LinC of 1932 distinctive among Evansville College annuals.
Complying with the request of the faculty committee on publications, the LinC
is published this year for the irst time entirely without advertising. This makes
possible a much more unined annual, devoted entirely to the commemoration of a
It has been possible to reduce the cost of space to organizations by onefhalf.
Also for the iirst time, the cost of individual pictures was added to the student activif
ties fee of the second semester. Not only did this make possible a saving of money
to the students, but it has meant that the number of student pictures included is
larger than ever before.
In spite of the decreased budget necessitated by these improvements, we trust
that we may have produced a book which is in every way worthy of Evansville Col'
lege, and which will be a real source of satisfaction to its students. May your ap-
proval of it equal our joy in presenting it to you.
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We gratefully recognize the workmen who helped to build this, our tower of
memory. It was only by the cooperative effort of the entire staff that the LinC of
1932 was made possible. Whatever' credit is due for its production must be shared
with this group:
Editor .............,.. ......... H arvey Seifert
Business Manager .......,.... ..................... H arold Smith ,
ASSOCIATE EDITORS FEATURES
Wa1're1i Hutchens Emma Jane Hazzard
Lorine Zuelly Mary Abell
Leia Cope Margaret Dillingham
Elizabeth Scherer Kenneth Kmcheloe
Jane Anne Love
George Bayer Gaylord Legg
Thomas Bixby George Stoltz
ATHLETICS Miss Pearle LeCompte
Gilbert Eberlin R. E. Olmsted
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The past year has been one of unusual interest in debate. The debate program
was enlarged, and an exceptionally large squad participated, under the competent
coaching of Miss LeCompte.
The first debate of the year was held with Oxford, England, on the question of
the immediate independence of India, Evansville College taking the affirmative. This
was a nonfdecision debate, and attracted a large audience.
Three teams sent to the annual debate tournament at Manchester College par-
ticipated in 14 contests, debating the recognition of Russia with Valparaiso, Bowling
Green, Manchester, Defiance, Marion, Hanover, Goshen, and Indiana State. This
same subject was used in a dual debate with Rose Poly, and in debates with Cape
Girardeau, Mo., and Indiana State Teachers' College. A
Angelyn McCarty, Lorine Zuelly,
Edith Silver, Mardelle Bingarnan,
Francis johnson, George Besore,
Russell Armstrong, and Harvey
Seifert made up our affirmative
teams, while Quentin Hartke, Doro'
tha Fae Finch, and Virginia Blood
took the negative.
Abolition of the distinction be'
tween amateurs and professionals in
college sports was debated with Czzrf
bondale State Teachers' College,
Vera Heim, and Mary Lois Humke
taking the ailirmative for Evansville
, Harvey Seifert was our represent'
INTERNATIONAL DEBATE ative at the state oratorical contest
George Besore, Harvey Seifert, John this year.
Foote, john BoydfCarpenter.
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Drama work this year maintained that exceptionally high standard of excellence
for which productions directed by Miss LeCompte have become famous.
The major production of the year was "Alison's House," Susan Glaspell's Pulitz'
er Prize Play. In selecting this the Thespians continued their policy of choosing outf
standing plays which the college and community would not otherwise have an opf
portunity to see.
The recent revival of interest in the life and poetry of Emily Dickinson made
this play of timely interest. The setting and costuming on the last day of the century
gave it an unique charm. The exceptionally fine and sympathetic interpretation by
the cast, the painstaking efforts of the executive staff, and the intelligent cooperation
of the audience, resulted in an artistic unit of rare beauty.
The cast of characters was as follows:
Ann Leslie, Secretary to John Stanhope ...................... Jane Howard
Jennie, housefkeeper ................................................ Lelia Bockstahler
Richard Knowles, reporter. ...,.
Ted, youngest son of John ......,......
Louise, wife of Eben ..,...,...............,..
John Stanhope, Alison's brothcr .......,
Eben, oldest son of john ...............
Elsa, daughter of John .........,..
Miss Agatha, Alison's sister .......
........Mary Belle Hopkins
Mr. Hodges .......,....................... ...... ....,..... J a mes Wilkinson
Mrs. Hodges .....................,.................................. Mai-delle Bingaman
The annual Christmas festival, "Eager Heart,"
radio programs were also given during the year.
and numerous minor plays and
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Trombone: Elmer Bruck, Fred Dodson, Grant Pearcy, Howard Bootz, Omer Fletcherg
Baritone: Grant Pearcy, Hugh Thrasherg
French Horn: Vincent Parkerg Mellophone: Joe Junckerg
Bass and Tuba: Tom Nickels, Iack Baldwing
Drums: Albert Schoettlin, Charles Stermer, William Nation, Charles ZEIPPS Saxophones:
Roland Bauer, George Small, Harold Laubscherg
Clarinets: james Huifman, Clyde Leaf, George Stoltz, William Koenig, Erwin Seifert, Karl
Schaaf, Claude Abshier, Kenneth Kincheloeg Flute and Piccolo: William Woodg
Trumpet and Cornet: Omer Fletcher, Kenneth Stillwell, Keen Bippus, Earl Monroe, Owen
Despite the many misfortunes the band has experienced this year, its work is
not without signiicance. This organization has attended all football and basketball
games to do their bit in maintaining school spirit. They played and paraded in the
Homecoming events and played a concert on the Founder's Day program.
The band is under the able direction of Mr. Virgil Kibler, who has unfailingly
given his services throughout the year. Not only does he come to the college to direct
the band but he also devotes considerable time to selecting and arranging the music.
With the material at hand there are great possibilities for a much better organ'
ization, and it is the hope of the leaders that in the future the band will not only be
able to give several concerts a year but also to accompany the athletic teams on their
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Violin: William Nation, Albert Schoettlin, Ruth Mueller, Margaret Dillingham, Karl Uhl-
yarick, Hugh Trasher, Norman Lantner, Mary Gleason. Second Violin: Maurine Baily Keele,
Catherine Dyer, Mildred Saltzman, Kathleen Barnett, Marybelle Hopkins. Viola: Walter Roth.
Cello: Mary Lois Humke, jane Smith. Bass Viol: Elmer Bruck. Flute: Dr. Van Kcuren, William
Wood. First Clarinet: Claude Abshire, George Stoltz., Bernice Bruner. Second Clarinet: Helen
Aylesworth, Karl Schaaf, Erwin Seifert. Oboe: Kenneth Kincheloe. French Horn: Vincent
Parker, Harold Smith. Trumpet: Kenneth Stilwell, Earl Monroe, Owen Fenneman. Trombone:
Grant Pearcy. Drums: Charles Stermer. '
Although the orchestra is composed of very busy college students, their work
has always been of a high grade.
The orchestra furnished a' chapel program during each semester of the past year.
It played for the Founder's Day Banquet and for Commencement. A Sunday evening
program was given at Central M. E. Church and another during Music Week in
connection with the dedication of the new Coliseum. Another concert is planned
as one of the features of Commencement week.
A large 'part of the credit for the development of the orchestra goes to the
director, Mrs. Isabel Reeves. S f
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Tenors: Kenneth McCutchan, Kenneth Stilwell, Ralph Pritchard, james Webster. Basses.
Charles Zapp, Warren Hutchens, Charles Duncan, Elmer Bruck, Albert Schocttlin, Harry Eat
on, Kenneth Kincheloe.
Sopranos: Clara Hagan, Martine Doyle, Virginia Blood, Alice George. Margaret Rowe,
Mary Belle Hopkins. Conductor: President Harper. Altos: Virginia Dickman, Mabel Dillingham,
Alma Schuessler, Marie Reinhart, Alice Swope.
String Quartet: Walter Roth, Maurine Bailey Keefe, Mildred Brown fpianistj, Jane Smith,
The Evansville College Choir was organized early in the fall of 1927. In 1930 it
was transformed into the "Evansville College Little Oratorio Choir."
The Evansville choir has memorized and prepared for public presentation choral
and solo music from "The Messiah", Handel, "The Elijah", Mendelssohn, "The
Christmas Oratoriou, SaintfSaensg "The Creation", Haydn, etc. Symphonic orchesf
tral accompaniments are represented by a string quartet, with the addition of piano,
pipe organ, and occasionally trumpet or woodwind.
Membership is on a competitive basis.
Rehearsals are held at 7:00 A. M. or 5.00 P. M. outside the normal class or social
schedule of choir members, and the office hours of President Harper, who personally
trains and conducts the organization.
A great number of formal programs and sacred concerts have been presented by
this unique and artistic musical ensemble at church services, college and high school
assemblies, and at civic meetings in Evansville and throughout the middle west.
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To Coach William V. Slyker goes no small part of the credit for the success of
Evansville College in athletics. During his two years here Purple and White athletics
have undergone a noticeable improvement.
Not only does he command the respect and support of the people of the city,
but he has won the heartfelt admiration of the student body of the college.
A long successful career to the coach!
l The careers of Bob Dossett and
Sod Hartke have been like twin
meteors blazing across the purple
Each man has captained his ref
spective team for the past two years,
and each man has won the Kiwanis
They share equally in the conf
quest of feminine hearts as they do
in masculine admiration.
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SQUAD: Bufkin, Dossctt, Dupont, E. Englebrecht, I. Englebrecht, Fitzsimmons, Graham,
Hartke, Hemenway, Hostettler, House, Lawlor, Lewright, McCutchan, Mayfield, Mehring, Ost,
Pruitt, Robertson, Rose, Sadler, Schrader, Steber, Theby, Youngblood.
It would be wrong to judge the 1931 Purple Aces of the gridiron solely by the
number of games they won and lost. Of .the eight games played, Evansville lost five,
but that is not the entire story. We are not making excuses for our defeats, but there
are certain things that we must keep in mind when we try to evaluate the squad of
There were but thirty men out at the beginning of the season and six of them
dropped out later on. From this small number, Coach Slyker chose his team. Many
of the squad were freshmen, good men all, but lacking college football experience.
In many games Evansville was vastly outweighed by her opponents. Despite these
handicaps and defeats the Aces showed a superb, indomitable spirit that deserves
our admiration. They never gave up even when the support of the student body
The Purple Aces journeyed to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on Friday, September
25, to begin the 1931 gridiron season by playing the Indians of Southeast Missouri
Teachers' College. Fighting desperately on a rain soaked field, the Aces were borne
down to defeat by the heavier Capers. Slyker's men were unable to launch a success'
ful offensive, although their defense was good most of the time. The Red Men
scalped the Aces to the extent of 15f0. The brightest star of the Purple was Cletus,
'LSkinny", Pruitt, who distinguished himself with several nice end runs.
On October 3, the Aces met Wabash College on the Crawfordsville campus.
The "Little Giants" were too much for Evansville, the final score being 270.. Every'
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thing, the heat, Wabash's unlimited reserves, the penalties, and the breaks, was
against the Aces. The one redeeming feature of the game was the gallant 'righting
spirit that never said die shown by the Purple.
The Aces opened their home schedule playing Oakland City on Friday, October
9. About 3,000 people turned out to see this game, the largest crowd ever to see a
home game at Evansville College. The backers of the home team were not disap'
pointed, for Evansville defeated her traditional rival to the tune of 19f6. The Aces
scored in the first, second, and fourth quarters, L'Skinny" Pruitt leading the Purple
The following Friday night Evansville lost the fourth game of the season to
McKendree College on the local campus. The superior weight of the invaders was
the deciding factor. The Aces were unable to break through the Bearcat wall,
which averaged 200 pounds to a man. Cletus Pruitt and Captain Dossett led our
offensive, such as it was. Outweighed and outcharged though they were, the Aces
were not outfoughtg our single touchdown, which came in the fourth quarter, was
the result of that unquenchable spirit which never gives up, even in the face of
Coach Slyker's machine presented one of the smoothest performances of the
year against Central Normal of Danville on October 23. Dossett, Pruitt, Lewright,
and Mehring led the attack which gave E. C. fourteen points and held the Dan'
villagers to an empty goose egg.
A week later the Purple boys whipped Hanover College on their 'lield by a
score of 21f6. Our opponents had things their way most of the first half, partly be'
cause of their superior weight. But the second half was different-quite. Things be'
gan to happen after Pruitt made a spectacular fifty yard run for a touchdown. From
then on the game was over as far as Hanover was concerned.
On Saturday afternoon, November 7, the Aces were trounced 13f0 by the Engif
neers of Rose Poly. The Terre Haute juggernaut was just too tough for the Slyker'
men. The Engineers presented a deceptive, fast running attack that kept the Aces on
the defensive for the greater part of the game. Had it not been for Bob Dossett's ex-
cellent punting, the Rosy boys would have piled up a bigger score than they did.
Friday, November 13, was Homecoming Day for Evansville College. It was also
an unlucky day for our institution. That evening the Purple Aces clashed with the
Indiana State Teachers. Even though the future profs steadily outgained the Aces,
the game was by no means sewed up. The contest was not won until the Hnal gun
sounded. Thirteen was a lucky number for the Staters as they had that many points
to our seven. To Captain Dossett, who was playing his last game for Evansville,
went the honor of making our one touchdown. Quentin Hartke, also playing his last
E. C. football game, was outstanding.
After the close of the season the following lettermen were announced: Bufkin,
Dosset, E. Englebrecht, I. Englebrecht, Graham, Fitzsimmons, Hartke, Hemenway,
Hostettler, Lawlor, Lewright, McCutchan, Mayfield, Mehring, Pruitt, Sadler, Schradf
er, Steber, Theby, and Youngblood. H
Theron Hostettler has been elected football captain for next year.
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The success of any athletic team depends much on the active support of the stu'
dent body. It is through E. Cfs corps of yell leaders that the vocal support of those
in the grandstands was inspired and directed.
Two other individuals contributed much to the athletic year. Lorraine Rake did
a fine job as assistant to Coach Slyker. Joe Park, although only a freshman, made
a reputation for himself as an efficient student manager.
Coach Slyker, in commenting on the past season and future prospects, says,
"Intercollegiate athletics at Evansville College have shown a gradual development
and a marked improvement during the past year.
"The football squad made up mostly of freshman and sophomore material gave
a good account of themselves, and with this experience and the new men available
next fall should develop into a strong organization.
"The basket ball team enjoyed a very good season. Of the seven men to receive
letters, six will be back next season. The future is very bright for a powerful team.
"Plans are being made for a full program of spring athletics, intramural in na'
ture, with the hope of sometime in the near future taking over some of these into
the intercollegiate field."
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SQUAD: Fitzsimmons, Graham, C. Hartke, Q. Hartke, Lewright, McCutchan, McGloth-
lin, Riggs, Robertson, Rose, Sadler, Sakel, Schelosky.
The 1932 basketball season was one of the most successful in the recent athletic
history of the college. The Aces won nine out of sixteen games, and many of those
lost went to strong teams by only a small margin.
On Friday, December 4, the Purple Aces invaded Terre Haute for their iirst
cage game of the 193162 season. The Staters won, 3Of22. Poor marksmanship lost
this game. During the final period when the Aces flashed a powerful attack which
swept down under the basket continuously, they missed shot after shot.
The next Friday the Aces lost to Butler University in Indianapolis 22f19. They
had been doped to lose by a much greater margin. Sakel, Sadler, and McCutchan
On December 23, the Aces played their irst home game of the season against
Oakland City. The Aces broke loose in the final period with such a bewildering,
scintillating attack that the Oaks were overwhelmed, 34120. McCutchan, Sadler, and
Sakel led in the scoring.
The Aces played a charity game, the day after Christmas, with the Purple Aces
of former years. After a mild first period the Aces launched a devastating attack
that crumbled the Alumni defense and made 27 points to the Alumni's 14. The Ace's
offensive centered around that good natured son of Stendal, Sakel, who led in the
The battling Bishops of Chio Wesleyan invaded the Ace's camp on Tuesday
night, January 5. The visitors grabbed an early lead of 1Of2. Then the Slyker ma'
chine began to function. The half ended at 15 all. In the second half the Aces,
Hartke and McCutchan especially, hit the basket regularly. The final reckoning was
37f27 against the now not so battling Bishops.
Three nights later the Aces played a return game with Indiana State on the
Agoga floor. The Staters soon had 12 points to the Purple quintet's four. Then the
Aces came back in characteristic style and the score was tied at 25 with three minutes
yet to go. McCutchan and then Riggs scored and the game was Evansville's, 29f25.
The outstanding spot of the Purple defense was Captain Hartke.
The following Friday found the Aces at Alton, Illinois, for a game with Shurtf
leif College. It took them most of the first half to become sufficiently acquainted with
the very small floor to make one Held goal. In the last period the Aces did somewhat
better, but the game ended 42f23 against them.
On Saturday night the Aces played Concordia of Saint Louis. They were def
feated 16f15 in a hard fought contest.
Evansville's losing streak continued when the Slykermen lost their next game
with Central Normal of Danville on the Agoga floor. The Aces were unable to cope
with the Danvillagers' brand of basketball and lost 29-19. McCutchan led the fruit-
less Purple attack with five field goals, Hartke was outstanding in the defense.
The next night the Aces were handed their fourth consecutive defeat, losing
this time to Ball State Teachers' College by a score of 26119.
On january 29th the Aces met Hanover with a grim determination to break
their losing streak. They did. With Sadler and Riggs leading, the Aces piled up 30
points to their opponents' 20.
Next week McKendree came to Evansville. The Aces easily ran up 13 points
to their opponents 9 in the first half but the Bearcats came back with a bang. The
score was tied at 13, 15, and again at 19. Then McCutchan slipped in a shot, Riggs
made two, McGlothlin made a goal and a foul shot, and the game ended 28-22.
Lincoln's birthday saw the Aces at Valparaiso. Evansville led 17f14 at the half
and retained the lead for the rest of the game, winning 23f21. "Pud" Sakel was the
outstanding man in the contest.
From Valparaiso the Aces journeyed to Danville for a return game with Central
Normal. The game was very close throughout. At the end of the regular play time
the score was tied at 26, but unfortunately the Villagers had the edge in the overtime
period and Evansville lost 29f26. McCutchan, Riggs, and Sakel were outstanding.
Evansville next encountered Oakland City on the Oak's floor. The matured
Acorns rolled up 10 points to the Little Eva's one in the first few minutes of the
game, but the Aces came back until they were only one point behind with thirty
seconds remaining. McCutchan flashed beneath the basket, flipped the ball in, and
the Aces led with 26 points. So the game ended, a regular Frank Merriwell finish
with Mac in the title role.
The Aces closed their 19314932 season on February 26 in a return game with
Valparaiso. The purple quintet was geared up to its peak of efficiency. In the last
period Coach Slyker removed his regulars, but the slaughter of the first half conf
tinued. Evansville made a total of 48 points to their opponents' 15. McCutchan led
in the scoring with eight field goals. Captain Quentin Hartke, playing his last game
for Evansville, put the finishing touch to a splendid college basketball career. He
made four goals and one free throw in twelve minutes before he left the game.
The following men were awarded letters: Hartke, Lewright, McCutchan, Mc-
Glothlin, Riggs, Sadler, and Sakel.
Arad McCutchan was elected to the captaincy of next year's quintet.
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19 .............. Ball State ............,....... 26
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Vice'President ..... ,,...... Q uentin Hartke
Secretaryfreasurer .......,,........... .......,. W illiarn Lawlor
The Club is organized to create, maintain, and extend better and cleaner
athletics and a finer spirit among the students of Evansville College.
Several outstanding accomplishments mark the activities of the club during the
past year. A standard size varsity letter 18" by 6"j was adopted for all sports. A
study hall for athletes was organized. The club adopted a standard pin, consisting
of a miniature "E" with a background of white and purple, and with "Varsity E
Club" engraved upon it. They succeeded in gaining free admission for letter men to
all athletic games. Last spring they sponsored an all day picnic for the men of the
college, and they plan to do the same this year.
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Kenneth Kincheloe, Presidentg Grant Pearcy, VicefPresidentg Vincent Parker, Secretary,
Roland Bauer, Treasurerg Ralph Seifert, World Outloolcg I. A. Hornick, Deputationsg Gaylord
The Y. M. C. A. organization is open for membership to every man on the
campus who shows any interest in its work.
The following purpose was just recently adopted:
"First, to 'offer to every man in college the opportunity to participate in a prof
gram for the wellfrounded development of Christian personalityg
"Second, to promote among ourselves in our own college a fellowship in Chris'
tian living and service, and to participate with other colleges in a world'wide Chris'
"Third, to encourage the study of campus, community, and world problems in
the light of the highest Christian ideals, h
"Fourth, to make an organized attempt to influence the thinking of the college
and the community toward a Christian solution of such problems."
The program of the Y. M. C. A. has included 'study groups on such world
problems as war, our present economic and social order, and world religions. It has
brought to the campus such prominent speakers as Jack Evans, Thomas Harrison,
and Dr. A. A. Heist. It has sponsored deputation teams which have aided in services
of nearby churches. It has fostered such joint endeavors with the Y. W. C. A. as
Retreats, Thursday morning discussions, and the World' News Bulletin Board. The
Y. M. C. A. also sends several men to the Lake Geneva Summer Training Camps
and to the State Training Conferences.
To Dean Legg, as faculty sponsor, and to Professor Cope, the faculty treasurer,
as well as to Dr. Delano and other members of the faculty is owed much credit for
their help in the Y. M. C. A. program.
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Lorinc Zuelly, President, Henrietta Busch, VicefPresidentg Bernice Froman, Secretary, Mary
Frances Hollis, Treasurerg Helen Matthews, Programg Louise Gentry, Socialg Alice George,
Musicg Mary Abell, Publicityg Wilma Espenlanb, World Fellowshipg Dorotha Fae Finch, Indus'
trialg Miss Walmnita DeLong, Advisor.
There have been various high points in Y. W. C. A. this year. One of the things
accomplished has been the placing of every Y. W. member on some committee. The
cabinet members act as chairmen of their particular groups. In this way every girl
has an opportunity to serve.
Another undertaking of importance has been the peace program which was
carried on in cooperation with the Y. M. C. A. The members studied peace at their
regular meetings for several weeks and this was followed up with an action program
"to make the world disarmament conference a success."
A world news bulletin on which are posted the daily world events and a Y. W.
sign board are two committee projects. A retreat at Roberta Lodge, a Sunday after'
noon tea with the city Y. W. industrial girls, and a Friday night party for out of
town girls have been noteworthy events. On May 6, the second annual May morning
breakfast took place. . .
Regular Y. W. meetings are held Thursday at 10 A. M. in the rest room.
Membership is open to any girl enrolled in college who has the desire to ,belong to
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F. T. Johnson
Dr. Charles Delano
Dr. E. E. Harper
Prof. H. L. Humke
Prof. H. F. Legg
Prof. W. G. Parker
Dr. W. C. Patrick
The Double Alpha Club is composed of students preparing for the ministry and
- ministerial faculty members. The purpose of the club is to promote Christian fellow'
ship, mutual helpfulness, and spiritual interstimulation.
At the bifweekly meetings, the club has studied together Harry F. Ward's book,
"Which Way Religion." There have also been several very interesting lectures given
by the various members of the faculty on different phases of the work of the min'
lj The club continued its custom of an annual letter to the men who have graduf
ated from Moores Hill College and Evansville College and have gone out into full
1:1 time religious Work.
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BETA ALPHA KAPPA
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.......Harold C. S mith
Prof. Dean Long
Prof. James Morlock
Membership in the Business Administration Club, or Beta Alpha Kappa as it is
now called, is restricted to those students who are majors in either Economics or
Sociology and have attained a rank of junior in the department. However, any stu'
dent enrolled in any class in this department is eligible to attend its meetings.
The purpose of the club is to foster business education and to develop more
cordial relationships with the business men of Evansville. This is done by holding
monthly dinner meetings with a talk by a guest speaker, usually a business or prof
fessional man, followed by an open forum. In this manner economic theory is linked
with its actual application in the business world.
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Kathleen Barnett, Myrtle Bottoms, Valeria Brown, Mary Buddington, Leona Chivian, Helen
Felker, Dorothy Finke, Bernice Froman, Mildred Gilmore, Lois Howington, Nedra Jones, Doro-
thy Kraft, Fern Lawlace, Jane Love, Eloise Roeder, Catherine Roth, Marie Jane Rueter, Violet
Schroer, Lucie jane Schields, Marie Schnautz, Margaret Strupp, Elizabeth VonderOhe.
FRESHMAN EDUCATION CLUB
Louise Aiken, Helen Aylesworth. Frances Besore, Bertha Born, Gladys Bowman, Ruth
Bumb, Margaret Calvert, Helen Dome, Harry Eaton, Lillian Eble, Mildred Eissler, Dorothy
Foster, Mabelle Grossman, Dorothy Haas, Olivia Hoffman, Lucile Hoops, Wilma Ioachims,
Virginia Klamer, Kenneth Lant, Norman Lautner, Helen Leach, Margaret Lettuce, joe Park,
Cora Lou Queen, Hazel Koesner, jane Smith, Paul Scherer, Erwin Seifert, Lillian Steinmetz,
Aaron Still, Jeanette Spencer, Mildred Wirtzberger.
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President ........... .,..... R uth H. Muller
Vicefljresident ...... ......... A lma Nighbert
Sponsor . ................
Anna Belle Karch
Lottie Mae Kincaid
Miss Gladys Curry
Martha Mae Wilson
Ruth Muller -
The Home Economics Club was organized in 1930 for the purpose of promoting
social fellowship and interest in Home Economics among the students majoring or
minoring in that subject. The club is one of the few on the campus associated with a
national society. Pins were purchased this year from the National Home Economics
Association in Washingtoil, D. C.
During the first semester the club entertained the advanced Chemistry students
with il steak fry, sponsored a tea for the mothers of the girls in the department, and
held a style show for all the girls in school.
The second semester was started with the initiation of live new members. A trip
to Igleheart's was made by the members and their special guests. In a drive to make
money, a quilt was pieced and quilted, and a waffle supper given.
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The Thespian Dramatic Club maintains an active membership, elected on the
basis of actual participation in stage productions, and an associate membership of
They sponsor all dramatic productions at the college.
One of the most constructive activities of the club has been the bifrnonthly cast
readings of plays selected from the .best of contemporary drama.
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PHI BETA CHI
Phi Beta Chi is an honorary scientific fraternity. It was organized in 1931 to
give recognition to outstanding students in the Natural Sciences. Requirements for
membership include a major in one of the Natural Sciences, a high scholastic stand-
ing, initiative, and marked creative ability.
Dr. Olaf Hovcla Dr. Floyd E. Beghtel
Dr. A. Strickler Gladys Curry
Guy B. Marchant Ima S. Wyatt
J. A. Ashby '31
Jane Brenner '27
Lawson Marcy '24
Perry Streithof '26
Flora Hanning '26
Ingle C. Trimble '25
Williaiii Hughes '28
Donald Paton '28
Delbert Deisinger '31
Robert Gore '29
Lois Mueller '25
Claude Abshier '31
Herman Watsoim '31
Gilbert Schrodt '25
Vinita Brizius '30
Gmer DeWeese '28
Alfred Moutoux '33 Karl Schaaf '32
Helen Matthews '32 Charles Duncan '32
Eugenia Wariier '52 Louise Gentry '32
Olive Henderickson '32
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President ........ .....,. R uth Todrank
VicefPresident .,... ...... H arvey Seifert
Scribe ....................... ...,.. R uth Kinne
Secretary-Treasurer ........ ..... . . ....v...... ...,... A . B. Cope
Evansville College has ,the honor of having the Alpha Chapter of this national scholastic
honorary fraternity in the iield of social sciences. Their charter was received in February, 1930.
Two other colleges in Indiana, Hanover and Muncie State Teachers' College, now have chap'
ters. Their purpose is to stimulate scholarship in the social sciences. The standards are equal
to those of Phi Beta Kappa and cannot be obtained before the middle of the junior year. To
win the Pi Gamma Mu key is an honor that will be of great value to the student in later
professional life. The following faculty members and students have earned membership in
Andrew Bigney fDeceasedJ
L. Talbert Buck
Alfred B. Cope
Paul G. Cressey
Charles C. Delano
Emily Erk Lockwood
M. W. Grinnell
Earl Enyeart Harper
Thelma Hall Hudson
Homer L. Humke
Mary Lois Hun-:ke
Thelma. Jones Eberhardt
Marie Karch Miller
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Walter G. Parker
Ina May Ruminer
Oscar Glenn Stahl
L. D. Thompson
Charles E. Torbet
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TAU KAPPA ALPHA
........Mary Lois Humke
Secretary ................,...................,,...................,........... . ............ Pearle LeCompte
Tau Kappa Alpha is a national honorary debate and oratorical fraternity or
ganized to foster public speaking activities, and to recognize achievement in that
field. Membership is Won by
The regional convention and
versity on April 2960.
actual participation in interfcollegiate forensic activities
forensic conference was held this year at Purdue Uni
The present list of members includes:
Dr. Earl E, Harper
Mary Frances Hollis
Mary Lois Humke
Those elected to membe
Dorotha Fae Finch
Howard F. Legg
Ralph E. Olmsted
Heber P. Walker
rship, but not yet initiated, are:
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Mary Frances Hollis .......
Clara Hagan ..............
Ruth McGinness .......
Emily Wright .........
Jane Howard ..........
Alma Schuessler ........
Mary Frances Hollis
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Helen Van Cleve
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Castalians, who take their name from the ancient Greek legend of Castalia, are
representative of high scholarship, literary excellence, and all that is noble in woman'
At the beginning of this school year Mrs. Ima Wyatt, Castalian alumna and
Biology Instructor here at college, became the faculty 'sponsor of the society.
One of the most happy events of the school year was the football banquet, at
which Castalians entertained thirty football men. Castalians each year take pleasure
in showing this bit of appreciation to the men who have so ably represented-the
school in this field of athletics. Q --
Many interesting as well as helpful literary meetings have been held during the
school year, and Castalian "cozys" were frequent and were always successful socially.
The annual rush party of this year was held at the Country Club, with the
formal pledge dinner at the Claremont Grill. Interfsociety activities in which Cas'
talians participated were the homecoming stunts, the spring Campus Sing, and the
Founder's Day Program.
The formal was held May 6, at the Hotel McCurdy. This perhaps topped the
social year for Castalians, and alumnae as well as members considered it a gala
The society does here not only wish to congratulate the entire Senior Class-but
does especially wish to the senior members of this society much happiness after
CASTALIAN PLEDGE DINNER
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Mary Abell Bernice Fromap Alma Nighbert
Emma Jane Hazzard
Mary Belle Hopkins'
Mary Lois Humke
Anna Belle Karsh
Martha Ellen Roberts
Marie Jane Rocker,
Mary Louise Westfall
Martha Mae Wilson
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This year Gamma Epsilon Sigma celebrated the 75th anniversary of its found'
ing. The society was organized March 4, 1857 at Moores Hill College and named
Sigourncan, after Mrs. Lydia Huntley Sigourney, foremost poetess of the day. One
of the charter members, Mrs. Mary Ewans, is still living.
In 1919, after the college was moved to Evansville, the society was reorganized.
In 1929 the name was formally changed to Gamma Epsilon Sigma.
This year's events included a theater party at a Reitz, High School play, a special
chapel on March 4 in honor of the anniversary, a tea given by the alumni organizaf
tion for actives and pledges, and the formal held on May 21.
First Semester Second Semester
Elizabeth Scherer ........ ........ P resident ......... ..,..... M ary Lois Humke
Irene Hufnagel .............. ....... V icefPresident ........ ....,... M abel Dillingham
Martha Ellen Roberts ......... ....... S ecretary ....... ......... R uth Mueller
Alice George .................. ....... T reasurer ......... .......... A lice George
Pauline Blood ....... ....... G ritic .....,... ....... B etty Bibber
Lela Cope ....... ........ C haplain ......... ........ R uth Muller
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Mary Emma Chapman
Betty Jane Hacker
Jane Anne Love
Lucie Jane Shields
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This year the Theta Sigmas entertained the Gamma Epsilon Sigma and Castalian
societies at a joint meeting. The Thetas also met jointly with the Phi Zetas. A carnif
val party was given for the Gamma Deltas. A radio program giving an insight into
society life was presented. A Sunday afternoon Mother's tea was held on April 3 in
the college rest room.
One of the outstanding college events was the Campus Notable Banquet which
was held on February 23 at the Claremont Hotel. The notables were selected by the
three deans of the school to represent the seven ideals which are included in our
The most important date on the Theta Sigma Calendar was the annual formal
which took place on Saturday, May 14, at the Hotel McCurdy. A
The summer boat ride was held during May. There were numerous pot luck
suppers during the year.
First Semester Second Semester
Henrietta Busch ........ .......... 1 Jresident ........ ........ M ildred Schweitzer
Clive Hendrickson ........ ........ V icefPresident ....... .......,......... L ea Major
Jane Anne Love ........ ....... S ecretary ........ ....... J ane Anne Love
Martha Boeke ......... ...... T reasurer ........ ....... M artha Boeke
janet Evans ............................................... Critic .................i. ........................... I anet Evans
CAMPUS NOTABLE BANQUET
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The Phi Zeta Literary 'Society' was originally organiied das' the Photozetean
Literary Society at MooresiHill"Cqllege in 1869,-and Was' reorganized at Evansville
Collegeion November Zli 1919. Itihas alwayslupheld asafstandard for itsrnernbers
the attainment of the highest! ideals,-'iof literary. aecomplishmentgfscholarship, and
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During the past! year the Phi Zetas have taken.-a prominent place' among the
leaders in campus lifei They have distinguished-theinselvesgin allfthe extra curricular
activities as well as in their academic attainments. Their parties and ,the "formal"
have been big events on the school calendar. W A
However, the achievement of which the,Phi Zetas may be the proudest is the
high degree of brotherhood and friendship among their members. ,
Grant Pearcy ........
Robert Schaad .......... ,......
Kenneth Stilwell ......... P
Roland Bauer ,....... '
Harold Smith ..............
Raymond Roesner ......... Q
Howard Bootz ,........... .......
Kenneth Kincheloe .......,, ...,,.,
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President ......... .... . '...Warren Hutchens
...V1cefPres1dent ..... Q.. ....... Kenneth Stilwell
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Prosecuting Att'y. ..... A ,..r. fGi1bert Eberlin
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PI EPSILON PHI
Founded at Moores Hill College 1856
Reorganized at Evansville College 1919
Incorporated 193 1
Dr. Alvin Strickler
Prof. Dean Long
MEMBERS IN THE COLLEGE
Claude S- AlJSl1i61' Delbert Deisinger
Ralph E. Olmsted Herman L. Wzrtson
MCl'1'ill V. Kreipkc
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leaders on the campus this year. The selection was made by a committee composed of
President Harper and the three deans, Dean Torbet, Dean Legg, and Dean DeLong.
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or rank. The above arrangement is purely alphabetical.
THROUGH THE YEAR AT E. C.
The 14th day of September, 1931, Monday
morn and the soon-tofbe Frosh trip gaily into
the portals of E. C.-Then a banquet at
Bethel Church that eve-Joe Graham heads
THE FIRST CHAPTER
the class of '35-Along comes Sept. 16, and
with it, the more sophisticated collegians-
nice to see every one again-Bob Schaad, the
diminutive Howard Bootz-That night, the
S.gG. A. affair in the gym-Charlie Duncan
tried to buy out the icefcream supply of every
dairy in town-and had to take 'most of it
back-and Marge Meadows seemed to have
been lost, strayed or stolen-on the Tuesday
evening succeeding, the Administration Hall
iills with the hubbub of youthful screeching
-the societies are commencing to meet once
more-Phi Zetas were serenaded by several
feminine admirers, but scorned them, saying
that they were beneath them-yea, the Sigs
were down on the lawn-gym jammed the
next day for the Jymf-Iam jump-Gaylord
did everything but dangle from the chandef
lier, and that's because there weren't any
chandeliers-Burt Dill is chief executive of
the Juniors - and also Pi Epsilon Phi -
Whew!-Warren Hutchens of "Journey's
End" and College Humor fame, is the big
shot of the Thespians for the nonce-Gee,
those Freshies have it easy-no hazing, no
green caps, or nufiin - not even English
Comp for a bunch of them-Heck, we had
to take it-er, fah, I mean that Miss DeLong
just begged us to-Thus was fair September.
The Y. W. Big Sister party ushers in Octof
ber-Yeh, Big Sister party-I didn't see the
little sis washing any dishes after the crowd
diminished-Sunday brought the Y, M.fY.
W. Retreat-Stockholders of the B A K get
together and elect H. Smith president of the
Board of Directors-A few days later started
the Booster Day parade on its wending way
-Didn't Gilmore look like an exquisite doll
perched up there on the roadster?-The Cas'
talians vamped the athletes' sweaters-those
expressions on those big shots bumping along
on the Pi Ep float-and that night how our
Purple and White lightning flashed, till the
sturdy Oaks crashed 19f6-A fitting nightcap
to this busy day was the marshmallow roast
held by the famous Manfhaters Club-And
then the faculty had a big reception for us
all - Thank goodness we have one time to
wear our swell duds - Thespians sponsor
their first reading of the term. "The Barretts
of Wimpole Street"-Gamma Delta sassiety
elects Lucille Klamer as chieftain-Ufufm!
Sweet fumes of burnt wienies scent the air
as the Home Bc girls entertain those lucky
chem studes-The weather is getting,.,chilly
now-so the Seniors purchase some nifty
white sweaters which Mary Lois claims turn
blue when washed-They'd be black if they
weren't washed, also-Some more football
games-And Bob Dossett emerges from the
mud ever smiling-Prof. Cope elected Gov'
ernor of Pi Gamma Mu in Indiana- Some
money of bygone years found in a college
bank vault-Prexy's having it framed-Half
loween Tea of the WO1l1CI1lS Council was
poured on the 21st-Radical folks hiking out
to Sigflbhilo picnic-That English type Cresf
cent appears-the staff should be commended
for its originality. f
This wintry month started with a bunch
of young women venturing down to a Spire
itualist meeting-Such gorgeous prophesies!
--Then Mr. Karl Borders hics into town, and
the hitherto slumbering Liberal Club is startf
led into existence-ln the evening the first
Temple lecture of the season took place,
"Borders vs. Rosen" - Many shining faces
claimed by E. C. scholars in evidence-and
not being yet lectured to enough, those cute
Oxford debaters soon appeared on the scene
-and scattered little bits of sarcasm all over
the and-which takes us to that awful Politi-
cal Science exam, which the Dean, out of the
goodness of his heart, saw fit to spring-The
Armistice Day program delivered by Dr.
Legg was very interesting, and that story has
a great deal of philosophy in it-Friday the
thirteenth brought Homecoming-and good
luck to the Phi Zetas, who won the Stunt
competition-Roland and Gilbert do make
the loveliest couple-and Miss Harry Oakley
was charming in wobbling shoes, and
adorned with an exquisite birdfcage - And
oh, that weekfend!-Doc Van Keuren just
insisted that wememorize half of Macbeth,
and halfffumbled monotones about Cawdor,
murders, blood, and daggers, fill the air-the
Castalian Football Banquet next takes the
limelight-and amid much clapping of hands
Theron Hostettler is elected to captain the
7:2933 team-The Phi 'Zeta date became a
treasure hunt, ending up at the "R" on
Reitz Hill with a rather sarcastic note-
Thanksgiving made us thankful for an extra
holiday, anyway - and oh, the sleep we
PHI ZETA HOMECOMING STUNT
E. C. streams out to Reitz High's "Hey,
Hey, College" to get a glimpse of college
life as it is-The unusually instructive Sym-
posium at the Temple-Randolph, Park, and
the adored Kirby Page-Prof. Van Keuren
acquires toothache, and English classes ac'
quire holiday-The Theta Sigmas give, the
other girls' societies a good time-Bertrand
Russell comes to the Washington Avenue
Temple to talk-Mary Abell all dressed up
to greet him-And we mustn't forget the
"Philo" dinner at the Old North Church-
JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ehrman were the honor
guests, don'tchaknow-The thirteenth, and
'LEager Heart" glides across the planks of
the chapel stage-The Xmas party up in the
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' THE BATTLE
women's lounge-and what did Santy bring
Alma Nighbert!--The Business Ad Club
frolics once more, in the Green Room of the
Y. W.-We've got one swell choir-at least
they presented that o-ratorio with some great
amount of finesse-Basketball enters with a
victory over the Caks-and the elder Hartke
receives the Kiwanis medal for the past foot'
ball season-and on comes Christmas-yeh,
I got a handkerchief, too!-but the real treat
was the AcesfExfAces charity basketball tilt
-Dugie playing in his modest orange trunks
-and Bounce true to his reputations-and
Dippy, of doughnut consumption fame-
flashy Rea brothers, who made this college
famous before I enrolled-Everybody had a
fine time during the holidaze-but especially
the old and young Phi Zctas, who held a
getftogether on the 30th-only Kennedy's
experienced a lull.
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At irst must come the inevitable resoluf
tions as soon as the whistles have been si'
lenced-Harvey Seifert decided that as soon
as the LinCs are out, he would make a bon'
ire out of them, and throw himself in the
middle of it all, just for effect-Cllie Hard
resolved never again to look poetic-Whoops
-Lea Major restores the Open House policy
+Lwe'll be right there-the Shakespeare class
soiree at Van Keuren's a huge success-And
not to be outdone, Miss DeLong entertains
the next night-The Sigs, this time-the
punch surely was good-almost as good as
Mrs. Long's program-the Theta Sigs had
the boy friends over to a Leap Year affair,
and did they leap at the cha11ce-While
the Y. W.'s threw a party for the out'
offtown Freshwomen - Plans are made
to repair the driveway-well, the plans
were made, at any rate-Beta Alpha Kappa
hie themselves and guests out to the Muni
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THE CHOIR LEAVES FOR A WH'ILE
Clubhouse for a banquet-after thorough inf
vestigation it was discovered that there were
no flies in the rolls-Prexy's reading-'kGood
Earth"-excellent and enjoyable-more of us
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DEBATERS GO TO MANCHESTER
should have tried to squeeze in, somewhere
--The Phi Zeta Chapel Hour on the 18th-
Wonder if Kenneth Stilwell sings like that
to Marie Jane-Ohfhfhfh!-more high so-
ciety as the Second Year Education group
gets beneiicent, and gives the First Year
dittoes a blowout-Doctor Hovda invents a
dishwasher-a man after my own heart!-
We have rats in our belfry!-Home Ec. stu'
dents are raising the little pets to be good
citizens and to have rickets-The Industrial
Committee of the College Y. W. C. A. gives
a tea on the 24th for the Merry Martha club
of the downtown Y.-and on the third day
thence, finals overwhelm us-and the month
draws to an end.
The registration for the second term starts
-several new visageis-Thomas Harrison
and his charming smile win popularity here
for the Peace movement-The most exciting
basketball game of the year with McKendree
-The Theta Sig Notable .banquet-Fourteen
more boys are conceited-Rushing comf
mences on the Sth-and the Freshies surely
keep on the hop-Finally, with the formal
pledge dinners, comes relaxation once more
-The Evansville Civic Chorus, under
Prexy's direction, presents Handel's "Mesf
siah" at the Coliseum-Grades come out-
People seem to be getting friskyfone by
one, various personages leave the library far
behind, as Miss Porter's voice echoes down
the corridor, "Do not darken my door for
one week."-The quilting bee makes itself
quite evident-February 22, and the 200th
anniversary of George's birth-elaborate prof
gram in chapel-The last basketball game
of the year, and Kenwood's last for
Ffville - a glorious finale - Evansville, 48g
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CHOIR BEFORE OLD MOORES HILL
Valparaiso, 15-Debaters return from Man'
chester with new romances-especially evif
dent by those thick epistles Zuelly so often
receives now-Bernard Shaw's "Apple Cart"
wheeled out before an audience at the Colif
seum consisting partly of fair and gallant
ushers from our student body-All this while
the choir was making a trip-the lucky bums
have grand times on those jaunts-besides
getting to gallivant all around Indiana-and
some of them even get sung to by our worthy
While the inevitable lion ushers in this
blustery month the Philos send their much
blushing pledges around to propose to the
giggling girls of the women's societies-Prof.
Cope keeps up the spirit of the believers in
the idea of absent minded profs and leaves
his car down town while he rides home on
the street car musing on the forgetful'
ness of the modern generation-Congratf
ulations to the Sigs on this, their dia-
mond anniversary-Special chapel in morn,
ing and customary banquet for basket'
ball heroes in evening--Adam elected to capf
tain E. Cfs basketeers next year-Gee, how
Cap Hartke's little brother, Constant, did
blush when Ginny Blood sang to him! Oh
well, he's young yet--Phi Zetas hold annual
initiation of new pledges on Main Street-the
main drag thoroughly scrubbed with toothf
brushes-Thespians do a marvelous job in
presenting "Alison's House" in which every'
one was grand--special congrats to Mary
Belle Hopkins for her line work-With the
intelligentsia to hear Sherwood Anderson lecf
ture-he said that there were cows in Ken'
tucky!-Unbelievable!-At last, a sprig of
johnny Sadler's moustache appears much to
the delight of its proud owner, ahem!-Jun'
ior girls hostesses for a Won1en's Council
tea down at the Temple of Fine Arts-E. C.
debates Rose Poly-First day of spring and
the young men's fancies are fastly turning
to thoughts of-well, just ask Howard Lutz
how he feels about Martha Mae Wilson-
Last day of school before the Easter Holidays
-Good Friday and Lela's friend from Chi'
cago puts in an appearance - Ain't love
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grand?--Everybody at church on Easter to
show off their new duds-Back to school
while the kids from other colleges arrive
home-Midsemesters-And Fitz hastens to
the library and delves-Kathleen Kelly gets
her picture in the paper-while someone else
gets his in the waste basket-The LinC off
lice becomes riotous as the deadline ap'
April Fool yourself, you dopes who go
around springing these clever gags on unsus-
pecting people and then grin at their embar'
rassment-that goes for you too, Harold
Smith and George Stoltz-How do you like
getting chased out of a home with a cane?
Another debate-this time E. C. took on
Carbondale Normal's team-Founders Day
Banquet and some real food-Yeah, the
speeches were good, too-and the swell prof
gram-Thetas throw a big tea for their
Mothers and many introductions are in order
--Men are guests at a party given by the
WOMCIJIS Council-thrills! I told you it was
leap year-Pi Epsilon Phi's spring their an'
nual formal and is it a wow?-Phi Zetas try
to out-do their rival society in elegance and
gaiety at their formal, and again manly Hg-
ures are seen at great advantage in tuxedoes
-Doing homage to the Mothers of Evans'
ville College students, the WOmCI1qS Council
fGee, but they're getting gayl give another
party in the form of a tea and a good time
was had by all-The proverbial April show-
ers are sprinkled fAin't that cute?j all
through this month.
Ah truly! Spring is a lovely season now
that it has come to stay-Mrs. Headen fixing
up our Retreat-a beautiful place-Castalians
inaugurate the "merry, merry month of May"
by giving their formal-They certainly are
to be congratulated on the cute bunch of
freshmen they selected to go on with their
society in the four years to come-E. C. May
Queen crowned amid much rejoicing and an
elaborate display of festivity-May her reign
be a long and happy one-And, of course
how did you like the May King?--Some taste
shown in his selection, I should say-Thetas
entertain their flames at the McCurdy with
much ado-The Sigs slink around strikingly
in sheer, silky, summer styles at their formal
celebration - Theta and Sig pledges don't
take a back seat for attractiveness either-
Seniors get a day off at last and frolic to
their heart's content-LinC accomplishes un'
precedented feat by publishing photographs
in advance-you're right, they're last year's.
PUBLISHERS AT WORK
Have you noticed that as the underclass'
men grow happier every day that vacation
time draws nearer, the Seniors' faces droop
noticeably--especially as Class Day passes by
-queer, isn't it?-At any rate, just to show
Page N ine ty-three
that there are no hard feelings, the Juniors
and Seniors decided to bury the hatchet of
rivalry at the juniorfSenior Banquet-incif
dentally, nobody sat on any mulberries-We
hope! - The much anticipated and much
dreaded Commencement Time at last is upon
us and a little laughter and many tears brings
the 'drst chapter of the lives of those graduat'
ing to a sweet, though sad close-We will
miss you, Seniors - We wish you, all the
good luck in the world-And may everybody
have a happy vacation.
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our tower of memory is 'built.
As we look from its summit
into the future, these are our
School of our fathers known
Our Alma Mater we revere.
We give thee loyalty un'
We love thee more and
more each yearg H
And when 'svveetlrnemories
of thee',returh'. ,P A H
Of lessons learned, of
Thy spirit in our hearts doth
burn, , '
We face the future un-
Elie 1932 iLiinGl Sftaft'
acknowledges with sincere appreciation the generous support of this, the 1932 LinC,
by the below listed patrons who, by the purchase of one or more copies of the LinC,
have materially helped to make this publication possible.
A. Bromm Ee? Company
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pany of Canadaj
M. G, Baum, DDS
Berger Tire and Battery Company
Dr. Bruce H. Beeler
Bishop Coffee Company
Boetticher Es' Kellogg Company
Brittfs Pharmacy, 965' Washington Ave. and
1 N. Fulton Ave.
George W. Brown
Burkett-Walton Company, fPrinters, En-
gravers, Bindersj -
Butler's Beauty Shoppe
Dr. Wm. C. Caldwell
Checker Cab Line
Citizens National Bank
Claremont Food Shops
Coca Cola Bottling Works
Dr. P. B. Combs
Deep Vein Coal Company
O. T. Dillingham
W. H. Dress .
Drs. Dyer Es? Stanton
Emge Grocery Co.
Evansville College Cafeteria
Evansville Federal Bakery, Inc.
E. E3 O. V. Railway Company
Evansville Young Men's Christian Ass'n
A. R, Ficken, DDS
Dr, W, H. Field
Finke Furniture Company
Frazier Insurance Agency
Fred Miller Bakery E! Ice-Cream Co.
A. R. Friedman, DDS
Froelich Glove Ea' Hose Shop, 301 Old
National Bank Bldg.
G, A. Beard Es' Son
Catch CadillacfI.aSalle Corporation
Dr, H. M. Garrison
Mayor F. W. Griese
Sheriff William Habbe
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Hammerfs Shop for Men
Harding Ei Miller Music Company
H. A. Woods, Incorporated
H. E. Bacon Company
Drs. Hewins E? Newman
H. Fendrich, Inc.
H. F. Koch Stations Company
Hinkle Beauty Salon, 603 Central'Union
Housh Industrial Supplies, Inc.
Ideal Pure Milk Company
Indiana Bell Telephone Company
International Steel Company
Interstate Finance Corporation
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Koch Dairy Company
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Purcell Seed Company
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Ridgway Optical Company
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Servel Sales, Inc.
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Southern Indiana Gas 599 Electric
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Stahl Packing Company
St. Mary's Hospital
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