University of Evansville - Linc Yearbook (Evansville, IN)

 - Class of 1934

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Mr. Igleheart during the years of his life gave unending service to community, school and church. In the founding, building, and development of Evansville College his services were many, his interest -heartfelt. May his spirit of service and idealism be a constant inspiration to us all in furthering the growing greatness of our college. ,Q .4 ,L L -A '35 f Vx lv! f 5 , L ?'f-451:.- fn 2 N bfi Y' 29 " 22162156 X J L :- f Ig 'Tum f4P2ffiZi?m1'5' I 9 2- ggx , L '-' ' r i-5:6 If iw: Arise, and go! Go, unafraid, With new attitude of mind, With uprightness and courage That belong to Truth. 4 -. . . L , 0 Ma gm Q., ,J-I. ,- -Q .mad. J gi' - miaw. W -5517. - wig- . -2-auf. - 1 1 'V 5 NSEBCQ-' " Q, -1. W- - f , 'ie . . -'L-'.,xsf, A B, "" Zi in . 1 I-fi-1-Q - , -Mf--25 - -2- -R1 -E ., -- N get? I- . 5 n s- 3 A 2 Y - - '- . ., W Q 1.5---5 V--9. . .fi-3 Q .. - - - - P5 ., . - 'GN QF- - 1 .K -"mi .x - - :-: - . F -. - r I B ,K . Is 'QM' 'Q ,, vw f ' rf- W' vi ,. . 3 1:,v.- - N. Q ."' 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' ., 4, Vp .vt X Y-If a X.: A X ., -4 .bmi ADMINISTRATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS President ,.............. ......,. E dgar Blake Vice-president ...................... Samuel L, Orr Secretary ......,............. Richard Rosencranz Endowment Treasurer .......,.... F. R. Wilson Ex Oiiicio-Earl Enyeart Harper .... President of the College William A. Carson ........,......................................,...... Evansville Richard McGinnis. .....................,... ......... E vansville Rev. George H. Murphy, D.D. ..,. ..... I ndianapolis Rev. W. C. Patrick, D.D ......,... Rev. John T. Scull, D.D ........ Albert J. Wedekin'g ........ ........QEvansville .........Evansville ................Da1e Walton M. Wheeler ........ ......... E vansville G. A. Bittler .........,..................,............ ......... E vansville Bishop Edgar Blake, D.D., LL.D .,........ ............ D etroit Rev. Samuel J. Cross ....................... ............... S eymour Charles Ford ................. New Harmony Rev. W. T. Jones ...........,.................,. ......... I ndianapolis Rev. Herbert Allen Keck, D.D...t ...... ......... E vansville T. J. Morton .................................. ......... E vansville Arthur Sapp ...................................... ....... H untington Rev. John Mann' Walker, D.D .......... ......... B loomington James Y. Welborn, M.D ................... ......... E vansville Rev. W. W. Wiant, D.D ........ ..... I ndianapolis Samuel L. Orr ...................... ......... E vansville Mrs. George S. Clifford ......... ......... E vansville J. Giltner Igleheart .,...... .......,. E vansville Henry C. Kleymeyer .......... ......... E vansville T. Morton McDonald ....,.. ....... P rinceton Val Nolan .............,.............. Rev. E. L. Hutchens, D.D.. Richard Rosencranz ............ ........,Evansville ........Seymour ......,..Evansville DR. EARL ENYEART PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE This has been a year of tremendous service on the part of our president, who has given unsparingly of himself in leadership that Evansville College may know continued progress and achievement. His prac- tical idealism and enthusiasm have won the admira- tion of both faculty and students. HARPER iS.T.B THE STUDENT-FACULTY FEDERATIQN The Student-Faculty Federation, successor to Student Government at Evansville Col- lege, is regarded by the faculty and -students alike as one of the most helpful develop- ments in the recent life an'd work of the college. In dealing with matters of mutual interest to students and to taculty relative to the life, work, an'd government of the col- lege, the Federation has shown continued success in the second year of its organization. An Administrative Board and eight committees compose the organization of the Fed- eration. The Administrative Board serves as a board of review and a court of appeal. It consists of seven members: the president of the college, the dean of the college, the deans of men and women respectively, and three elected oflicers of the student body. The Committees are: Athletics, Fine Arts, Promotion and Public Occasions., Public Speech, Publications, Religious Life, Social Life, and Welfare. Faculty and student members have equal voice and vote in the meetings of each of the committees. During the year 1933-34 it was realized that there should bc some possibility of appeal from decisions of the Administrative Board. After thoughtful consideration and thor- ough discussion a plan was adopted and incorporated in the constitution which makes it possible for either the faculty or the student body to bring about a referendum on any matter which has been acted upon by the Administrative Board. Such referendum will bring the question back for consideration by the entire student body and faculty assem- bled in mass meeting, with the voting so arranged as to give each group equal voice in the final decision. It is generally felt that the functioning of the Student-Faculty Federation thus far has more than measured up to every expectation and desire of its promoters. The student participation has been frank, free, and effective. Representative students sitting on committees, formerly made up for the most part of faculty members, have imparted fresh ideas, new points of view, and knowledge of conditions and facts pertaining to student life and thought which have been invaluable in promoting effective government and in bringing about a spirit of cooperation and friendly relationship. This is manifest even to those who make brief visits to Evansville College. President Earl E. Harper, Charles I Zapp Dean Charles E. Torbet, Dean Wahnxta DeLong, Catherine Dyer Dean Howard F. Legg, Al- Lf ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD The Administrative Board of the Student-Faculty Federation has charge of all general administrative and disciplinary matters in the life and work of the college. The Board serves as a court of appeals from all committees of the Federation, and as an execu- tive committee which initiates business and refers it to the proper committee. Action of all committees is reviewed by the Board, keeping in balance thereby the total life and government of the college. W ,Qriixz fr. Ang?" , E www" :Q ,f :WW 552 i5,31.RN' ,,,. ATHLETIC FINE ARTS me 4 395, v we . . S I , I W Alvin Strickler, chairman, Walter Bufkin, vice- chairman, William Slyker, Mary Gleason, A. B. Cope, Joe Parks. Ernest VanKeuren, lchairman, Jackson McDonald, vige-chairman, I. M. Blackburn, Mildred Brown, Mrs. Irene W. Place, Thomas Ingle. Q 1 V W , .. W e , 4 f I. 1 .Y - f ,. e , ., ' ww' I ,ff 1' X: -,I f Mg -' sz-if 'X ' ,af 3 - -M I ' '- T I ii R 'I' ' - HH . . . K . , , 5 .4, V v - 1 Y.-, M --Z Y M X .. .... ' ., ,, ,. ,V .. :5-f,5551.,,aga,. . X A Q, M I K H E fl , , 4. . X H Riagg 7, , , I .E .E ' . f2 , -' 'Q . "ff E . ' R' in -, N f' N -, K 12 P' E rr Z ' . I ' ,fx :EQ f If A bl, 5 f . ...,, - - ' ' .-.I g .. if 1 ' - . W f :iz W jx N H A f,.5.,.:: 1. f ,W , . 'ffm If . ' wr , . ' EM X, lm z zu, QV . - COMMITTEES COMMITTEES Heber P. Walker, chairman, Arad McCutchanQ vice- chairman, Charles E. Reeves, Bernice Froman, Gladys Curry, Henrietta Hoffman. Dean Long, chairman, Marian Hemmer, vice-chair- man, Olaf Hovda, Bernice Bruner, Marjorie Porter, Fred Dod-son. I .1 Tf 1?T43?5WBl?.k df?SHEB'LAK!Ei7NHA'i4' . Mnrwzwr.-wM:,:-. M:mrv 1wwemw.,yx,cy1?Q..Nw9.mwM.v ,m.,w.,waf.w,..WW.m, V., PUBLIC SPEECH RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEES 1 I Pearle LeCompte, chairman, Aaron Still, vice-chair- man, Mrs. Isabel Reeves, Mary Belle Hopkins, Karl Schaaf, James Webster. ' Howard F. Legg, chairman, Faye Gilpatrick, chairman, Floyd Beghtel, Myron Herrell, Guy chant, Raymond Roesner. vice- Mar- , 4 COMMITTEES gg? Wahnita DeLong, chairman, Betty Jane Hacker, vice-chairman, Hazel Rodgers, Katherine Herbert, ' James Morlock, Bert Jaco. Lucille Jones, chairman, Evelyn Behrens, vice-chain man, Ralph E. Olmsted, Alice Splitforf, Ima Wyatt, . Joe Theby. WWIMv luv' lwnvv-x'-I 'Www A vf-2 MW-'f1G-SWWW-Nl"5"""' ""'M'f"""'W" 'WW WM CHARLES E. TORBET - Dean and Registrar of the College A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University A.M., Ohio Wesleyan University WAHNITA DELONG Dean of Women A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University A.M., Ohio State University IIOWARD F. LEGG Dean of Men A.B., Wesleyan University B.D., Drew Theological University A.M., M.R.E., Boston University DEANS FACULTY FLOYD E. BEGHTEL, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Biology Acting Head of the Department IMRY MURDEN BLACKBURN, A.M Professor of Latin and Greek ALFRED B. COPE, AJVI. Professor of Education GLADYS CURRY, M.S. Instructor in Home Economics CLARA L. HARPER, B.F.A. Instructor in Voice OLAF HOVDA, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Physics Head of Department of Physics and Mathematics LUCILLE JONES, B.S. Assistant Professor of Education PEARLE LE COIVIPTE, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech DEAN LONG, M.B.A. Professor of Economics Head of Department of Economics and Sociology GUY B. MARCHANT, B.S. Assistant Professor of Engineering Acting Head of the Department JAMES E. IVIORLOCK, A.1VI. Instructor in Sociology RALPH E. OLMSTED, A.B. Executive Secretary and Instructor in Journalism IRENE WELKE PLACE, A.M. Instructor in Modern Languages ISABELLE REEVES, B.S. Assistant in Education FACULTY FACULTY CHARLES E. REEVES, A.M., Ph.D. Head' of Department of .Education and Psychology HAZEL ROGERS, B.S. Assistant in Physical Education MARJORIE A. PORTER, B.S. Librarian KARLSCHAAF, A.B. Assistant in Chemistry WILLIAM V. SLYKER, M.A. Professor of Physical Education and Athletics Head of Department ALVIN STRICKLER, M.s., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Head of Department of Chemistry and Home Economics ERNEST VAN KEUREN, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of English Acting Head of the Department HEBER P. WALKER, AJVI. N- Professor of History Head of Department of History and Political Science IMA S. WYATT, A.M. Assistant in Biology GRACE CRASK Secretary to the President LENA GRABHORN ' Bookkeeper GERTRUDE JONES Secretary to the Executive Secretary NO PICTURE MARJORIE WEBSTER Assistant Registrar FACULTY OFFICE STAFF AS SENIOR CLASS OF 1934 OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Ralph Seifert ........ .... .... P r esident ............... Kenneth Stilwell Kenneth Stilwell .......... Vice-Presidents.. ....... Alma Sehuessler Marybelle Hopkins..- ......, Secretary ........... Marybelle Hopkins Richard Branch ......... , ....... Treasurer ................. Richard Branch "That man, I think, has had a liberal education who has been so trained in youth that his body is the ready servant of his will, and does with ease and pleasure all the work that, as a mechanism, it is capable of g whose intellect is a clear, cold, logic engine, with all its parts of equal strength, and in smooth working orderg ready, like a steam engine, to be turned to any kind of work, and spin the gossamers as well as forge the anchors of the mind: whose mind is stored with a knowledge of the great and fundamental truths of Nature and of the laws of her op- erations, one who, no stunted ascetic, is full of life and iire, but whose passions are trained to come to heel by a vigorous will, the servant of a tender conscience 3 who has learnedto love all beauty, whether of .Nature or of art, to hate all vileness, and to respect others as himself." THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY. GILBERT L. AYLESWORTH, B.S. Biology, History. Phi Zetag Band, Orchestra, Education Club '28. JOHN BEIIRENS, A.B. Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics. Pi Epsilon Phi, Phi Beta Chi IDA BERGER, A.B. Biology, Home Economics. Pi Kappa Mu, President '33, '34, Phi Beta Chig Home Economics Club, Vice-president '33, '34g Andrew Johnson Bigney Biological Society, Inter- Society Council '33, '34: Y. W. C. A. VIRGINIA BLOOD, A.B. French, English. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Rush Captain '33: Thes- pian, Vice-president '34, THE DUCHESS SAYS HER PRAYERS, MICHAEL AND MARY, THE CONTRASTQ Debate and Oratory '33, S. F. F. Speech Committee '33g Campus Notable '33, So- cial Chairman Senior Class '34g Choir. IIOWARD NBOOTZ, A.B. Chemistryg Economics. Phi Zeta SENIORS RICIVLARD BRANCH, B.S. Economics, Engineering. Phi Zeta, Secretary '33g Campus Notable '34, Thespian, President '34g Men's Council '34g THE CONTRASTQ Treasurer Senior Class '34. LONNIE BRASHEAR, A.B. Sociology, Economics. , Pi Epsilon Phig Sports Editor Crescent '33, '34g Sports Editor LinC '33. BERNICEBRUNER, A.B. Latin, English, French. Pi Kappa Mu, Vice-president '34g S.F.F. Publica- tions Committee '34g Inter-Society Council. WALTER BUFKIN, B.S. Business Administration, Sociology. Alpha Beta Tau, Vice-president '33, President '34g Men's Council '34g Football '32, '33g "E" Club '34g S.F.F. Athletic Committee '34g Campus No- table '34. 1 HAZEL DEWEESE, A.B. Latin, English, History. Ohio State University. Theta Sigma, Critic '34g Crescent Stall' '27, '349 James Terrill Copeland Award in Latin '27. SE N I O RS MARGARET DILLINGHAM, A.B. History, English. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Secretary '34g Thespian, Treasurer '34g Orchestra, LinC Staff '32, Cres- cent Stall' '32, '33, '34. MARY DURELL, B.S. Biology, English. Oakland City College. CATHERINE DYER, A.B. English, Economics. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, President '34, Treasurer '33, Editor 1934 LinCg Secretary Administrative Board '33, '34, Student Association Treasurer '33, Secretary '34, Gamma Delta President '30g Thes- piang Crescent Staff '33: Orchestra '32, Campus Notable '33. GILBERT EBERLIN, A.B. Sociology, History. Phi Zeta, Critic, President '34, Pi Gamma Mug Tau Kappa Alpha, President '34, Editor 1934 Crescent, Editor 1933 LinCg Menls Council, Exec- utive Secretary '34g College Orator '33g Campus Notable '33, '34, Senior Class Orator '34. WILMA ESPENLAUB, A.B. History, Latin, English. Theta Sigma, Critic '33, Women's Council '34, Y. W. C. A., President '34g World Fellowship Chairman '32, Program Chairman '33g Campus Notable '33. n SENIORS HELEN FELKER, B.S. Education, English. Pi Kappa Mu, Secretary '33g Thespiang Crescent Staff. BERNICE FROMAN, B.S. Education, Social Science. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Treasurer '34, Y. W. C. A., Secretary '32, Treasurer '33, Vice-president '34 3 Thespian, Secretary '34g Editor 1934 Student Handbookg S.F.F. Committee on Promotions and Public Occasions '34g LinC Staff '343 Campus No- table '33. ALICE GEORGE, B.S. Music, Latin. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Treasurer '32, President '33g Choir '30-'34g Freshman Education Club, President '31g Y. W. C. A. '31-'33, Music Commit- tee, Social Committeeg Inter-Society Council '33: Women's Council, President '34. DOROTHY CLICK, A.B. Biology, Physical Education. Northwestern University. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Andrew Johnson Bigney Biological Society, President '34g Women's Ath- letic Association. BETTY JANE HACKER, A.B. Physical Education, English. Theta Sigma, President '33, '34, Administrative Board '33g Secretary Student' Association '333 S. F. F. Social Committee '34g LinC Staff '30g Crescent Stall' '31, '32, Y. W. C. A., Program Chairman '34, Campus Notable '33, Anderson Speech Contest '31g W. A. A. '34. SENIORS MARY BELLE HOPKINS, A.B. English. Western College, Oxford, Ohio. Gamma Epsilon Sigmag College Choir '31-'33 Thespian, President '34g ALlSON'S HOUSE Secretary Senior Class '34. FRANCIS T. JOIINSON, A.B. Religious Education and Philosophy. JAMES KELLEY, B.S. Economics, Sociology, Political Science. Pi Epsilon' Phig B. A. K. '29-'30g Men's Council '33 CLYDE LEAF, A.B. Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics. ' Phi Zeta, Secretary '34g Phi Beta Chip Band '30, '32, Orchestra '30-'33. ARAD IVICCUTCHAN, B.S. Mathematics, Physical Education. Pi Epsilon Phi, President '34, President '31 Fresh- man Classg Football '31-'34g Basketball '31-'34, Captain '33g "E" Clubg Student Council '34g Cam- pus Notable '32, '31-l. 3 WILD DUCKQ S. F. F. Speech Committee '34g SENIORS JACKSON McDONALD, A.B. Biology, Chemistry. Pi Epsilon Phig Thespiang Campus Notubleg Cres- cent Stalfg S. F. F. Committee on Fine Arts '34, KERN McCLOTI'ILIN, B.S. Physical Education, Social Science, Biology. Me-n"s Council '34g "E" Clubg Andrew Johnson Bigney Biological Society, President '33, Vice- president '34g Basketball '31-'34, Captain '34g Tennis Association. CHARLOTTE MEDCALF, A.B. Economics, History. Theta Sigmag B. A. K. RUTH MEDCALF, A.B. French, English. Gamma Epsilon Sigmag Inter-Society Council '34g Library Staff. EILEEN OVERFIELD, A.B. Home Economics, History. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Secretary '33g Home Eco- nomics Club, President '34g Vice-president '333 EAGER HEART '30, '33g Library Staff '33, '34: Y. W. C. A. SENIORS MARTHA ELLEN ROBERTS, A.B. Latin, English. Gamma Epsilon Sigma, Vice-president '34, Secre- tary '31, Critic '32, Chaplain '33, College Choir '32-'34, President Junior Classg Vice-president Sophomore Class, Thespian, MICHAEL AND MARYg Women's Council '33, '34g S. F. F. Publi- cations Committee '33, LinC Staff '343 Crescent Staff '32. RAYMOND ROESNER, A.B. History, French. Phi Zeta, Secretary '33, Chaplain '34, Y. M. C. A., Program Chairman '34, Thespiang S. F. F. Relig- ious Life Committee '34. ROBERT SCI-IAAD, A.B. Chemistry, Mathematics. ' Phi Zeta, President '33, Vice-president '32, Busi- ness Manager 1933 LinCg President Sophomore Class, Faculty-Student Committee '32g Decorum Committee '32, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '33g Campus Notable '33. ALMA SCHUESSLER, A.B. En glish, History. A Castalian, President '34, Treasurer '33, College Choir, Vice-president Senior Class, Treasurer Student Association '34, Recording Secretary Ad- ministrative Board '34g S. F. F. Social Committee '33g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '34, Crescent Staff '34. RALPH SEIFERT, A.B. Chemistry, Mathematics. Phi Zeta, Secretary '32, Phi Beta Chi 3 Y. M. C. A., President '33, World Outlook Chairman '32, LinC Staff '33, Campus Notable '33, '34g Senior Class President '33. NO PICTURE AUGUST BANKC, B.s. Physical Education, History. CHARLINE HINKLE, A.B. English, History. THERON Hos'rE'r'rLER, A.B. A English, Mathematics. RICHARD PORTER, A.B. Chemistry, Anatomy. SENIORS A NORMA SMALL, B.S. Education, English. Theta Sigma, Vice-president '34. ,IEANETTE RANES STAPLES, A.B. English, History. Gamma Epsilon Sigma. KENNETH STILWELL, B.S. Music, Mathematics. Phi Zeta, Secretary '34, Vice-president '32g Col- lege Choir, '31-'33g Band '31-'32g Orchestra '31- '343 Campus .Notable '32, '33, '34g Student Honor Court '32, President Senior Class, Second Semes- ter '34. ESTHER VOGEL, A.B. Latin, English, History. Pi Kappa Mu, Treasurer '33, Sergeant at Arms, '34g Y. W. C. A., Social Service Chairman '34. A OFF-CAMPUS GRACE COX, B.S. MAYBELLE HARGRAVE, B.S. BLANCHE OLIVER, B.S. HELEN PFITZNER, B.S. 'RUTH WEBER, B.S- JUNIORS ROBERT BAKER Major-Pre-Medical MILDRED BROWN Major-English MARION COOPER Maj or-Economics Minor-Sociology KARL DETROY Major-History MILDRED EISSLER M ajor-Education EDGAR ENGELBRECHT Major-Economics WIN IFRED GEORGET Major-Latin EVELYN BEHRENS Major-Latin CHARLES CONRAD Major-Biology HERSCHEL DASSEL Major-Mathematics NOEL DIKE Major-Biology ARMAND EMERICH Maj or-Economics MARTHA J. FARROW Major-Sociology FAYE GI LPATRICK Maj or-En glish MARY GLEASON Major-Phys. Education DAVID HALL Major-Pre-Law CONSTANT HARTKE Maj or-Mathematics J UANITA HERMAN Major-Home Economics THOMAS HOUSE Maj or-History THOMAS IN GLE Major-Economics MILDRED McCUTCHAN Major--Phys. Education JUNIORS JOE GRAHAM Major-Phys. Education DAISY HARMAN Major-English MARION HEMMER Major-Social Science OLIVIA HOFFMAN Major-Home Economics RUSSELL HUFFMAN Major-En glish KENNETH McCUTCHAN Maj or-En glish CHARLES MARX Major-Economics JUNIORS MARJORIE MEADOWS Major-+English EARL MONROE Major-Economics DOROTHY NEU Major4Home Economics TOM NICKELS Maj or--En glish JOE PARKS Major-Biology WALTER RIGGS Major-Phys. Education ALFRED ROSE Major-Mathematics MARION ROTH Major-En glish JOHN SADLER Major-Economics PAUL J. SCHEIPS Major-History FRANCES SCHINEMAN ' Maj or-Chemistry WALLACE SEILER Major-Pre-Engineering EDWIN SHAKE Major--Latin ALICE SPLITTORFF Major-English AARON STILL Major-History CLARENCE STOTLER Major-Biolo gy JOHN SURBECK Maj or-Chemistry JOSEPH THEBY Major-Economics HUGH THRASHER Maj or-Phys. Education MARION TODRANK Maj or-French HELEN VAN CLEVE Maj or-Biolo gy ETHEL WALL Major-Home Economics JAMES, WEBSTER Maj or--En glish BERNARD WEIRAUCH Major-Mathematics MARTHA WILLIAMS Maj or-Biolo gy CHARLES ZAPP Major-History MARGARET YOUNG Major-History CORINNE WILHELMUS i Graduate Student Y JUNIORS NO PICTURE LOIS ASHBY Major-Science RUTH BAIN Major-Sociology FRED DODSON Major-Pre-Medical MEREDITH FLANIGAII Major-Pre-Medical ALBERT WM. KOENIG Major-Pre-Medical ELOISE ROTH Maj or-Education EVERET SANDERS Maj or-Education' SOPHOMORES Virginia Allen Jack Atkin Ann Berman Oscar Bohn Mary Lucile Bowman Ruth Campbell Evelyn Armstrong Mary Jane Bauer Jean Bitterman Bethel Boston J ack Butterworth Ralph Connor Helen C0014 SOPHOMORES Clyde Courtice Frances Dawson Mildred Dieckmann Maurice Eicholz George Fink Geneva Fortune Mellville Fridy Mellvina Fridy Annette Glaser Aline Hartmann ' Paul Hartmann SOPHOMORES Virginia Hassel Katherine Herbert Henrietta Hoffmann Henry Hughes Maxine Kennard Frederick Kiechle Claudine Heim Myron Herrell Jane Hoover Bert Jaco Ruth Kilbert Frances King Eleanor Knapp Robert Ledbetter Minnie Magazine Wilma Moesner Beverly Moore Paul Oberst SOPHOMORES Alice Laake Harlan Logsdon Florence Miller Ruth Montgomery Lowell Morrison Miriam Patrick SOPHOMORES Bernard Renner Louis Ritz Caroline Sclmautz Karl Schuessler Dorothy Shepard George Small Virginia Richardson Martha Scherer Dorothy Schoettlin Laverne Seifert John Slade Bernard Smith William Taylor Hester Thorpe Otto Thuerbach Ross Toole Charles allace Vera Jane Watson Leo Weiss Hazel Wetherill Wilma Williams Q Thelma Louise Wilson Mary Ella Vogel Helen Ziss SOPHOMORES NO PICTURES Colby Pollard Richard Sampson Wilfred Schelhorn William Stills Dyvight Swope Dan Tweedall James Wier FRESHMEN Russell Basham Raymond Bassemier Betty Bauer Harry Benjamin Marvin Bennett Janice Bitterman Charlotte Blood V' Betty Bonham V' Betty Botts Anne Bower Loraze Brackett V, Hilda Brackwinkle Gladys Bruner Marjorie Carter Dorothy Cleavelin Martha Coleman Lillie Cox Howard Crosby , E in hav'- T 'H' SS a '1' ff., 4 A fl - v 'f MWA' fix- x ,ENN 'fmi we . . .I . 1 fr: -my 154+ .D ' 4 F R ESH M E N Ruth Crowell Olevia Davis Robert Davis Helen Dodd Robert Doerr 1 J ack Elliott John Engelbrecht Q' Robert Fenneman ' Jane Freeman Louise Freeman Elizabeth Froman Thomas Gleason Louise Goldsmith Florence Hanley Daniel Hare Lester Hargan Philip Hatfield Emerson Henke RESHMEN Faye Henry Maude Hugger Armitta Humke Thomas Hutcheson Leona Kaiser Anne Keown V Faye Kingsbury Carl Knerr Dorothy Mae Koch Evelyn Kramer Louise Legeman Walter Legeman Mary Jane Lensing Mary Lucille Libbert Heiman Lieberman Elizabeth McNul:t I yu Janet Major i, Missy Mason he Sk SQ B S3 wg in 4, 'Pm w wa- xfs lie. rf - i '-QQ! A H 7' - we U1 - ' ' 1' fa - Tu F V 3 . lf,-izrrx o J , - -J i Derris Ruttkar Jacob Henn Jean Meyer LaVerne Miller FRESHMEN Milton Moore Jack Neucks Alan Parsley Helen Pfister Anna Roth Paul Schatz Ruth Shriver Esther Small Helen Thompson Leete Thompson Mary Thrash John Walton Carolyn Waters Thelma White Kenneth Wilhelmus William Williams NO PICTURES Loren Bailey Robert Becker William Boyd Fay Johnson James Leslie Alfred Matthews Adriel Morris Herbert Roberts W James Storm Harry Wessling TIV THE LINC We are happy to present to the students an annual for 1934. This has been a hard year for the LinC, and it has been only through the unusual cooper- ation and hard work of stall' members that this book has been made possible. Throughout the year the editorial and business stais have worked hantl in hand, each helping the other. The social meetings, business meetings, and selling campaigns in which both stafs participated jointly have brought the staff members together into an organization of real comradeship and service. We wish to thank the students for their loyal sup- port of the LinC. We wish to extend individual thanks to Larry Coley, also to James Palsgrove, Ed. Rech, and Gaylord Legg. CATHERINE DYER PAUL J. SCHEIPS THE STAFF -N A .Msg eq? 4. - . .Y 75' ,J is , ,Q ful, , T '-44, .V A H ' - ' ' -.Lf M H M191 x-i ' - 1 H :et ,.:f '1 "lu ' if ' Y . V 7 Y X s s . X Q 7 ,A F- . f ,X 5 1, fri E" ' ,,, Epi' 6 , 715 z F n ' f' , -' . 12 Y A ' rf" , , -I' T'-1. - - f "" 11021 L1 'E , , A .- ji Ms: N .T 5 T if 3' ' If TF ' T ""i::':': 1 .aww :ii-555 , WET' QUE , . , " is S . f ' M ,W e. 59:11--ms K EW! ' -W 1- - -f P' . 'T " - A . mf -.::'11: f ' 2fL.fEWH?--,M f' L - i 7 ' -LW vt, is a:"'fz?' . . R B ' B S8 YT' ,- I-,T . . . , 'fb' Qi 3 .I 1 ..:.,.J . 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B ernice Froman, Ruth Kilbert Athletics ........ ...... A lfred Rose Business Staff .............................................................................. .........Claudine Heim, Betty Bonham, Faye Kingsbiiry - T---f-ff-5, 4 -,'- . V, Y Q 1 17.7,--,ffl .. Y. -5: V fy, 32,5 ings. Lili 1, L NEIL.. , 5 t x '-2 M ' ... gf-. we :Z aw -1 -, 'W' Sw 7: fn-Hp Ks W Q, gm B ms iw , s ima ,A - - -V , , , ,, . .Q Q SHEIQX .ximsqr v i t s X as ,. seq ,,,.' , sam gs ' ' , - M fq,,, ,' ' 1 an We H: , H. 00,14 s ,M f' W E ' 1 V, :fha 151' E W mu 1-ff--p.: ,ca ...L-1 V H rw , -f-'-I-'IW-1v""', I W , a if . ..Q-hs.-iw ' N E w w vim W 3 H221 L f was me W - ,,sH..2- v Mft- if H M .1121 . e H 3: W M an - - s::12,'.-zgmyf-sw fn.:-:Z-42:: .4-1' --f. M H E Big af ' , M H 'I ' . . F' i?gT6:'5ilh g 1- 21- A Q 5 Q '. 'ws 993.1525 'IQ5?i1,e?L- if i 1 1 'iw f Q Q' , ' ,I "E 5' I ... ij, s Eels? ' -s' H ' ' 2 W v sf 1 as if Hz: 255 difww re vw is smgviz: 'fda 'ENGL M1 't mime i'5:E'-it ., M ' , 5. 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Included were columns on men's and women's styles, current events, a weekly letter from the president of the college, a creative writing section, and other features of timely interest. Candidates for the 'staff positions were placed on a competitive 'basis during the first weeks of each semester. For the first time, perhaps, members of the staff were given freedom to work in their chosen iieldst The Editor received real cooperation from the staff this year. As to ability and cooperation, this year's staff has been of the finest. THE CRESCENT GILBERT EBERLIN THOMAS INGLE STAFF REPORTERS W , S - ,imagine I -.Wseafsfe Af-at V - - Karma ' , . .JA K M Us ' .. Y V - V1 Hfxff ., P' Y W'-' 4 fn : sf-. to ' ,' .- 1. , 1- 13323 , Lg. 1 ,ls ivy. Z - 4 tr- ,,,, ::gtu..,:t fa. rt, . M . -- , , , ' -'-735 ':2m:g,v:f2'... t T if ,ty - ' 'A .-iv if " - 1, ' is N I at .6 Q mf. 4 sr N. ff s A V A Q - 'r -e N-1 '54-, 4 his t ,A gf w . . us -' ,ws . - ..1' . ' s E . . .. 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S ports ....... ...... .Hazel DeWeese Margaret Young ....... ........ S ociety ............... .... Paul Oberst ......... ....... M ake-up Editor ...... Heiman Lieberman Margaret Dillingham Hester Thorpe Raymond Roesner Evelyn Behrens Bernard Wierauch Helen Felker Harlan Logsdon Claudine Heim Elizabeth Harman Paul J. Scheips 3 . N' - U Ii' Lf ' Q ,Q .. 'v I :V E Uwm " V1 f vu Q v V - - - If is H . N' -f2i'f'lSf':--03, ffril iw T . 1"' '-' 4'-hifi.-f., ' A r -I in A ll. 1 ' E W9 T e .T he . . .sr V ' -' ' . -J' . 1,1 , . 'N--. .r ' H na . ' V 1. ' ,f?U23?.:-f' ' if ' . A 5.7 M- ' I - ,- Q- iii, . . ' ,gn Q, "-K I fx' H... ff' " M af-1 2 5 .- ' 4- . . . . V1 , . ugly Jw -V, V gg . ' 1- ' 1. J '-: . m pau - .U-i"1'C ff.. 1 5.21- J' mm ' . :fl-fs' .- U ' " f 1-I ' ,-.. . .,4, . . . N V V I ,Il 1, Y ,. - " 5' -4- A "'-"33::'.1 r4 -g-1' LQ . Y. M. C. A. President ...,........ ............ lv Iyron Herrell Vice-president .......... ......... R aymond Roesner Secretary-treasurer ............ ........ B ernard Weirauch World Outlook Chairman ......... ............. I Carl Detroy Publicity Man .......... .......................... C larence Stotler Faculty Members .......................... Professors Legg and Cope The Young' Men's Christian Association 'of Evansville Col- lege is an organization open to all men on the campus. The purpose of the organization is as follows: 1. To oifer to every man in college the opportunity to participate in a program for the well-rounded develop- ment of Christian personality. 2. To promote among ourselves a fellowship in Chris- tian living and service, and to participate with other col- leges in a world-wide fellowship. 3. To encourage the study of campus, community, and world-wide fellowship. 4. To make an organized attempt to influence the think- ing of the college toward a Christian solution' of such problems. The Y. M. C. A. has regular meetings every Thursday. This year the organization heard a series of ,talks by pro- fessional men of the city. Two special interest discussion groups have been organized. President ............. ..Wilma Espenlaub Vice-president ........ ........ B ernice Fromnan Secretary ......... ........... R uth Kilbert Treasurer .................. ......... E velyn Behrens Program Chairman ........ .,.... Social Chairman ..... Music Chairman .......... .Betty Jane Hacker .......Alma Schuessler .........Mary Gleason Publicity Chairman ................. ............... H elen Ziss World Fellowship Chairman ........ ........ M arion Todrank Social Service Chairman ........ .................... E sther Vogel Faculty Advisor .............................................. Miss Wahnita DeLong The Y. W. C. A. function's through its committees. Headed by the vice-president, the big sister chairman, they welcome the freshmen girls in the fall. Each freshman girl is given a big sister to assist her in becoming acquainted at the college. Early in the fall a "Saver" party was held for all big and little sisters. At one of the first fall meetings each 'member was given an opportunity to join a committee headed by a cabinet member. Each committee takes charge of several meetings during the year which provides many varied, interesting and inspirational programs. In the fall and in the spring the Y. W. C. A. has a joint retreat with the Y. M. C. A. These meetings are always a great source of inspiration. , K ' Hi.-EhE?Qii , Ii'S.!T?ZZ'f2T -LY WOMEN'S COUNCIL President ..................... ......... A lice George First Vice-president ........ ...... M arion Hemmer Second Vice-president ....... ......... E velyn Armstrong Secretary ........................ ...... M artha. Ellen Roberts Treasurer ..............,......... .......... M arian Todran'k Y. W. C. A. President .................................... Wilma Espenlaub Every woman automatically becomes a member of the Wo- men's Council upon enrollment. The Women's Council was organized about twelve years ago to promote the social, intellectual, and moral interests of every woman. The Women's Lounge was furnished by the Women's Col- lege Club of the city as a gift to the Council. Early in the season the Council gave an "au-tum" party for all freshmen and new girls. A series of Studio Hours was sponsored at which the respective classes acted as hostesses. The divans and chairs in the Lounge were re- covered and the table was refinished this year. An "Open- house Tea" for all women of the college was given in cele- bration of the new furnishings. The council sponsored the election of the May Queen and the May Day activities. s The Men's Council was organized last September under the auspices of Dr. Legg, Charles Zapp, and Gilbert Eberlin. The purpose of the Council is to pro- mote all interests not otherwise provided for which affect the life of the men of the college. Every man regularly enrolled is a member of the Council. The government of the Council is invested in an Executive Board which consists of the dean of men and two representatives from each of the men's so- cial societies, and two from the unorganized men. The Council and the Board have two oilicers, a mod- erator, who is the dean of men, and an executive secretary who is a student member of the board. Half of t-he Board members hold ollice for a year, the other half for one semester. MEN'S COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD First Semester Second Semester Gilbert Eberlin .... Executive Secretary- ..... Colby Pollard Paul Oberst ...............,....,..........,.............,..,,...... Joe Theby Colby Pollard ........ James Kelly ....... Charles Zapp ........ Walter Bufkin .......... Joe Theby ........... ................................ Dr. H. F. Legg ,L .............Paul Oberst ..........Richard Branch ........Walter Bufkin ............Karl Detroy' Kern McGlothli11 DOUBLE ALPHA CLUB Membership in Double Alpha is composed of students pre- paring to enter the ministry and of ministerial faculty members. The purpose of the club is to promote Chris- tian fellowship, mutual helpfulness, and spiritual inter- stimulation. In the past year in the bi-monthly dinner meetings, a study has been made of practical and essential phases of the work of the ministry today. These studies were con- ducted under the leadership of well-known ministers of Evansville and vicinity. Holy Week services were conducted by the club again this year. The club hopes to.make the Holy Week services a traditional feature of the yearly program. OFFICERS , President ............ Vice-president ....... Secretary ........ Treasurer ........ Russell Huffman .......Bernard Renner .......Maurice Eicholz G. Moore MEMBERS Karl Detroy Maurice Eicholz Bernard Renner Russell A. Huffman A. E. Morris Paul Lewis Myron Herrell Clarence Stotler Charles Zapp Thomas House Ross Toole M. G. Moore FACULTY MEMBERS President Earl E Harper Dr. Blackburn Professor Legg President ......... ......Eileen Overfield Vice-president .......... ..... I da Berger Secretary-treasurer ..... ........... D orothy Neu Sponsor ....... ........................ M iss Gladys Curry MEMBERS Eileen Overfield Dorothy Neu Juanita Herman Venita Britzius Olivia Hoifman Mary Jane Lensing Janet Major Martha Coleman Marijane Bauer Ruth Shriver Lois Ashby Hilda Brackwinkle Mary Ella Vogel Armitta Humke Ida Berger The Evansville College Home Economics Club was organized in May, 1930. In September, 1930, it became aililiated with the state and na- tional Home Economics organizations. I Membershipin the club is made up of students majoring or minorin'g in Home Economics. Meetings are held bi-monthly. The club spon- sored its annual watlle supper and the making of a quilt. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB if a E E ,H Q Ln E --ge.J'm-we , Q E --az m ss, Qfa ,Cn ,s m haf. ,Emi n sg, B ga 5 B H W K Q E 5 H 53-asgg like B M X was 53535225.1Qa,a.l,l-E--aig- , E E H , 1 - ' , H 9 H :gene H 5 .- Qt Em K :.- R lass Sys 'Ma 3,58 u u Q- A E of K 1' -Z E 5: -l, :.:4K 5- 3 as A . R ' 11 -:::. I- I. ,,ja:.:. . vm .lg , .: J a .. " " MQ H We B H - H J- . i Q ,, HQ H fs Sag - L ,.,::?:-5:5 5: -f .,.x:.:.:.: ,, wg SZQBM ff: . , -:,' :Q :. . E as ' ' -.gl-:.: fl -- L .55-'-.isi s 5- 4- if wa s ' ... - .... , ..... I . .SIT-:-:5:5 . 5 :-: I' f V zzz :.: .,., . . ::, :HV 1 E :.:. zlzu QI., :.: .B zuz E N as nr: .: - 5 H Y H H H - 'ea E H H . 4 E. . , P H E. ml Y 92" .fx a sails CHOIR First row, left to right: Mildred Brown Caccompa- nistl, Bethel Boston, Louise Wilson, Virginia Blood, Alice George, Elizabeth Harmon, Faye Kingsbury, Martha Ellen Roberts, Alma Schuessler, Grace Jean- ette Kock, Mary Libbert, Miriam Patrick, Dr. I. M. Blackburn Cdirectorj. Second row, left to right: Kenneth McCutchan, Mere- dith Flani gan, Robert Baker, James Webster, Robert Ledbetter, Thomas Hutcheson, Fred Dodson, James Leslie. Unique in musical purpose, inspirational in religious uplift, and brilliantly effective from the standpoint of technical musical criticism, the Evansville College Choir offers sacred concert programs which make every public appearance memorable. For six years, the choir has been singing throughout the Middle West, particularly in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. The Evansville College Ensemble is an extra-curric- ular organization composed of college students, but ORCHESTRA certain non-college members are at times used to complete the necessary instrumentation. The Ensem- ble endeavors to maintain a standard of work con- sistent with the purposes and standard of a Liberal X Arts College. Its repertoire is chosen from the best i pieces of orchestral literature. Alfred Matthews Margaret Dillingham James Leslie Louise Wilson Heiman Lieberman Gladys Bruner Annette Glaser Fred Kiechle, Merilin Neucks Vera Jane Watson Dr. E. C. Van Keuren Karl Schuessler William Koenig Kenneth Stilwell Fred Dodson Mildred Brown Caccompanistj Dr. I. M. Blackburn Cdjrectorj 1:2 r 'wa THESPIANS OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Marybelle Hopkins ............ President ....... ..... R ichard Branch James Websterl ...........,, Vice-president... ..,.. Virginia Blood Margaret Young ....,,.,,.,.,., Secretary. .-......,,,,,,,., Bernice Froman Margaret Dillingham .....,. Treasurer ...,... Margaret Dillingham MEMBERS Evelyn Armstrong Charlotte Blood Virginia Blood Richard Branch Helen Cook Charles Conrad Charline Hinkle Tom Ingle ' Paul Oberst Eileen Overfield Missy Mason Bernard Smith 1 s l Margaret Dillingham Clarence Stotler Catherine Dyer John Surbeck Edgar Englebrecht Aaron Still Bernice Froman Martha Ellen Roberts Helen Felker Raymon'd Roesner Jacob Henn Alma Schuessler Katherine Herbert James Webster 1 Marybelle Hopkins l ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Miriam Patrick Ruth Kilbert ya, 'fa " .jrijt HHH ' as ' Ht, ,yoga ., lH,s.H 'H E - V3--'HA , H1-5:9531 F5 H? SHS mf - , ' ' 'FHS - ?H yin ' , VL . L Q K ' - ' ' , 'wi-Hi! Elizabeth Froman ir ,wt N m Sai H- saw , H 1 A ' '+"lf 1 H " SM HZ 'HSH HSH 5 N... - ' z H .I i ii : - as I H " - - -H' ' F :Hi "" HaHa ' 1 HHH 'H office Rfrberi Baker , . . . . Q.. . .. H, 1 '37 --.. is B .. fs B M H Hg sr EE nga if gr E s Q3 gr Z, N 1 as gr H - 'A :H 4.--...iff " - H m ' ' H' 'm ,-'wi-iff:-:-:-: .H J l 5 ,-H, E, E 'x:-:W I f, "M ,av Xi si , 'V if ' " ' H nf: 'ii ' Alfred Rose js H me si :X , as , ,,, sms i M N , H ij- H W Q., el 'I aim, ,XE ss: A s 3-:E:-:-ii-I :-:V-E-,Z ggq-M5-. x, , . -:- Mig, J, B131 - . HES was gg, Q BH HaaHgsMgHiHHfg,H" B ag Higgs. M X, A 'Aff , gf Louis Ritz E E V H SHE H Hag: , N H H ' ' 'Q J I3 H C H E ago Hx cg J HH Henry Hur:-hes gg H1555 H "lm HEEHESH, V: SHWQZEQE wiH555-m55sH1:HE?j555?H St? 5 H' H A W ' Ns N jf':':-: 'Q E gsm "'A f . V H H -is 5 is H ,Q . 1 Herbert R0b6I'tS HH-a t , .Nm , 'Fl ,EHEHZE E Q5 J - -wa-.-,jiL,. . August Banko E w WM . J. Hoyt H Hs?.2g,- ,Q -at ., - Hy 'HH . I J :Q , I H B HZ H I It , . K ta' I Dwlght Swope , gr H: S l ' :gr -' if SH 5 . H? J -H5 Ha Ha -H H " ' 1 Evelyn Behrens E sigh 'Q rr? H E ts: E -Ham H-EQH - HSE, - an H H fa f ,A E tEHg-EESHESHQHHSHEH .55 fgs fffggxs Hggigfisfmmmfemgsjs Bm Wai? A . 'sys H s la? H H mga r ZQH ,, HH H H BiH H BH? ' , N .. - Him Robert Schaad 2 s I 1 :-: ' s H L r'f. :-. - px E if T:-X H MB H V as g-an , ,a 1 Ha H His- V - . 'H ,uf w ' Q H ' Q . ,E ...... H7 5 , v , .gs ig-5,3 Hmm E H gy HHH '-in 5,5 . , A I WHSSHH-' 55 '55 H 'V' B " S Hmerw f agar H ---- v f- ' 4 1 i , 4 i, ' E .I E553 su , ii i . V' EX gk 1 i ., .. ep -N I H HH!-KHHH Ha: Half Q lg 'swam mga 'ing . E j , 'H H .'H.igTi?H? ..t SH, 'gf e.t4f2F.' lf' H The Thespian Dramatic Society in 1933-34 again presented major and minor productions of unusual merit. The major productions of the year were THE CONTRAST by Royall Tyler, EAGER HEART, the annual Christmas Festival play in connection with the college choir, TROJAN WO- MEN, by Euripedes, and EVERYMAN, early English morality play. The revival of the early American comedy of manners, THE CONTRAST, by Tyler, proved a delightful experi- ence for the Thespians and their public. Chief among the elements of interest in the play was the "preciose" lan- guage of the 18th century which was the current vogue in continental plays such as THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, by Sheridan. The first presentation of the Greek play, TROJAN WOMEN, was an outstanding success. This years' program was planned to give a view of drama beyond .the contemporary theatre. In addition to these productions, the society's activities included numerous play-reading meetings and informal social gatherings. THESPIANS PHI BETA CHI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII we Phi Beta Chi is the honorary natural science fraternity at Ev- ansville College. Its admission requirements include: a major in one of the natural sciencesg at least fifty per cent of the grades attained must be Ag a student shall possess marked creative abilityg elections are made during the senior year. The fraternity was organized in March 1932 with twenty-two charter members. It incorporated under the Indiana State laws in November 1933. OFFICERS FOR 1933-34 President ........................................................................ Gilbert Schroat Permanent Secretary-Treasurer ....... ...... D r. Alvin Strickler FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Olaf Hovda Professor Guy Marchant Dr. Alvin Strickler Miss Gladys Curry Dr. F. E. Beghtel Mrs. Ima Wyatt Mabel Inco ................ Lawson March ......... lngle Trimble ........... Lois Mueller ............. Gilbert Sehroat ........ Perry Streithof ........ Flora I-Ianning ....,,.,. Helen Matthews ...... Eugenia Warren ...... Karl Schaaf .............. Louise Gentry ........., Olive Hendrickson.. 1923 1924 1925 1925 1925 1926 1923 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 Charter Members Jane Brenner ........... J. Wnlterlludson ..... Virginia Torbet ...,.... W. Hughes ................ Donald Paton .......,... Omer Deweese ........, J. A. Ashby ............... Robert Gore .............. 1927 1927 1927 1928 1928 1928 1929 1929 Student Members Alfred Moutoux ....... Lowell MeNcely ....... Vi1'l Spradlin ....... Doren Covert ....... James Wilkinson ..... Martha Boeke ..... - .... 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 1933 Vinita Brizius .......... Esther Torbet .......... . D. Deismger ............ .. Claude Abshier ........ Herman Watson ...... Louise Roth. ........... .. Alma Burtls. ............ . Dorothea F. Finch... Ralph Seifert ,.......... John Behrens .......... Clyde Leaf ................ Ida Berger ................ 1930 1930 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1933 1934 1934 1934 1934 The Indiana Alpha Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science fraternity, was organized at Evansville College in June, 1929. Requirements for membership are: ranking in the senior college: grade of B in all social science subject-s, with at least eighteen hours completed toward a social science major, at least twelve hours of which must be of A grade. President ......... Vice-president ...... Scribe .......................... OFFICERS 1933-34 Secretary-treasurer. .... .. Floyd Beghtel A. B. Cope E. E. Harper Howard Abbott Joyce Ashby Walter Aylesworth Rosalie Bennett Norma Bicking Andrew Bigney Qdec'dJ Anne Buloman Edward Boston Gladys Brannon L. Talbert Buck Lela Cove Paul G. Cressey Charles C. Delano Emily Erk Lockwood Leland Feigel Osborne Fischback Hazel Alexander Russell Armstrong Richard Branch New Members, 19 MEMBERS Faculty Lucile Jones H. F. Legg Dean Long James Morlock Members Hazel Flentkc William Folz M. W. Grinnell Florence Harris Shelley Harris Oscar Hedges Louise Heim Thelma Hall Hudson Hamer L. Hulnke Mary Lois Hnmke Thelma Jones Eberhardt Alice Karch Ruth Kinne Joseph Lowcllen Myrtle McKown Marie Karch Miller Walter G. Parker Mary Baughn Cope Gilbert Eberlin Wilma Espenlaub Esther Grimm Marybelle Hargrave 33-34 ......Hazel Flentke .......Meta Schlundt .......Rosalie Bennett .......Heber P. Walker C. E. Reeves C. E. Torbet Heber P. Walker Beatrice Paton Clara Roller Ina May Ruminer Clara Scherilius Alvin Seebode Harvey Seifert Oscar Glenn Stahl L. D. Thompson Ruth Todrank Esther Torbet Leo Warren Victor Will Marjorie Vlfilson James Wilkinson Eloise Wright David Yates James Kelley Rosemary Causey Miller Meta Schlundt Trio J :ll X nz' xr . '-cfv - 'Ax'--. , wg? -Aa' '-sayin GAMMA MU E5'55'5B UE gin. 2937, L L TAU KAPPA ALPHA Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary oration and debate fraternity, was organized in' Evansville College"in 1928. To gain admission to the fraternity, students must participate in an inter-collegiate oration contest or two intercollegiate debates. OFFICERS Pl'eSid0Ilf -.-.---.-- ........................ ..... G i lbert Eberlin Vice-president ....... ............ C harles Zapp Secretary -......... ....... P earle LeCompte MEMBERS Faculty, Honorary President E. E. Harper Professor H. P. Walker Professor H. F. Legg Mr. Ralph E. Olmsted ' Miss Pearle LeCompte Graduate and Student Members Hubert Kockritz Mark Lockwood V William Folz Glenn Wingerter Emanuel Baugh Reese Turner Leo Warren Maurice Lenon Wayne Paulen Qualified Vera Heim Edith Silver Virginia Blood Francis Johnson Anson Kerr Margaret Miller Mnry Flo Siegel Kathryn Wolcott Paul Gregg Dorothy Welhorn Mary Lois Humke Mary Frances Hollis Lorine Zuelly Daisy Newman for Membership, Merrill Kreipke Kenneth I-Ielmbock Warren Hutchens Thomas Ingle Amos Buren George Rimes Russell Armstrong Harvey Seifert Angelyn McCarty George Besore Gilbert Eberlin Charles Zapp Doi-otha F. Finch 1933-34 Herbert Roberts Louis Ritz Paul Scheips Maxine Kennard 1 The Sixtieth Annual Indiana State Oratorical Contest was held at Evansville College this year, on February 16. Manchester, Butler, Wa- bash, Earlham, Valparaiso, Franklin, and Evansville colleges and uni- versities were represented. Franklin College, represented by James Pease, took iirst place. Paul J. Scheips represented Evansville College speaking on "Cuba Renovated". Debate topics this year were: Resolved: that Japan's present policy in the far East should be approvedg and, Resolved: that the President's powers should be substantially increased as a permanent policy. A total of twelve debates on the first question were held in which Paul Scheips, Tom Ingle, and Louis Ritz took the aiiirmativex, while Charles Zapp, Maxine Kennard, and Herbert Roberts took the nega- tive, each side representing the college in half of the twelve debates. The debate at Sullivan with Wabash College in which Paul Scheips, Louis Ritz, and Herbert Roberts took the aflirmative on the Japanese question is to be published by the H. W. Wilson and Co. in the Uni- versity Debaters' Handbook. The Wabash debate team was composed of Jclfery Auer, William J. Hassan, Ford R. Larrabee. A Tom Ingle, and Louis Ritz formed the negative team on the presiden- tial question debating Carbondale Teachers College. Charles Zapp and Charline Hinkle took the allirmative side, meeting Valparaiso. VARSITY DEBATE Motto-"Pluck the laurels from the mountain top of SIGMA science." Founded at Moores Hill College-1857 Reorganized at Evansville College-1919 First Semester Alice George ....... Catherine Dyer. Eileen Overfield Bernice Froman .,..... .. Margaret Young ..... OFFICERS .......President..... Vice-president .,..... Second Semester ,. ...,. Catherine Dyer .Martha E. Roberts ....Secretary..............Marg. Dillingham ....Treasurer....., ......Critic...... .......Bernice Froman ........Miriam Patrick Martha E. Roberts .,........... Chaplain ............ Marg. Dillingham ........ Serg't-at-Arms..-.... .Evelyn Armstrong .....Alice George 4 , x ' ' , la X W MA' Q ' Kyiv! K , Q G mf - .5 5 X, wg: Sag i -K5 i,-egg, use-an X -. t f V ' 3: 5 -If E.-we-E mm gg R , :si K Q is Es. - V H Q ie, m , ,, , , at 4 ...... as , , ,1 ., as --.11 .Q t--,:. Q . x, if , - 'M .4 am " , , F Q 4' 5, . 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' gjjffg ,-ik1,fu- 5 4. fk,:iV,f' ,Y 'tl ' , .v v'f'1' Lf ,' ' , -N fn Q - its fr 1 ' , Li' !t,wc-1.- . . kc :..:4.mP'- - " -3 L-1.?b.a..:.a.n..1 -cc-...,.:.'. ...EA-,Q.,,,fg+gS.-f-f: 1. Faculty Sponsor-Miss Gladys Curry MEMBERS Evelyn Armstrong Marjorie Bauman Jean Bitterman Virginia Blood Mildred Brown Margaret Dillingham Catherine Dyer Bernice Froman Alice George Annette Glaser Dorothy Glick Marybelle Hopkins Ruth Kilbert Minnie Magazine Ruth Medcalf Florence Miller Eileen Overfield Miriam Patrick Martha Ellen Roberts ' Virginia Richardson Jeanette Staples Alice Splittorf Hester Thorpe Marion Todrank Louise Wilson Margaret Young NEW MEMBERS Charlotte Blood Lillie Cox Dorothy Cleavelin Olevia Davis Elizabeth Froman Maude Hugger Armitta Humke Evelyn Kramer Jean Meyer Helen Pfister Helen Thompson Mary Thrash g, ' ap.4g1a,a--3. PEZ gi? V ,,,,,...,,...... GAMMA EPSILON SIGMA + I I i rl-:ETA SIGMA. FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Pearle LeCompte Mrs. Howard F. Legg STUDENT MEMBERS Ruth Campbell Martha Coleman Frances Dawson Hazel DeWeese Mildred Eissler Wilma Espenlaub Betty Jane Hacker Aileen Hartmann Mildred McCutchan Charoltte Medcalf Ruth Montgomery Beverly Moore Dorothy Neu Norma Small Dorothy Schoettlin Marion Roth Hazel Wetherill Helen Ziss Martha Scherer Wilma Moesner Motto: "Summa Sum-marum" Date of Founding at Evansville College-1923 OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Dorothy Neu .......... ........ P resident ............ Betty Jane Hacker Rut-h Campbell .............. Vice-president ................ Norma Small V Mildred Eissler ................. Secretary ................. Hazel Wetherill Mildred McCutchan ......... Treasurer ......... Mildred McCutchan Wilma Espenlaub ................ ,Critic ......... ........ H azel DeWeese I 0 . V 6 X N l 1 5. lg' " Qs. ,K . ,H ' Mu . ,. .za- . 1 , . . WMAZT ae., fl, Y' far - ff' ' W - . xy , - .e ' s E B : A .71 '- W I 1561 :fm 5 1- 1 ' ' -s. H u Z , 4 B A -1 W, . 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' N CA L I A N Motto-"Vincit Quae Patitur" Date of Founding: 1905 at Moores Hill Reorganized at Evansville College: 1919 First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Alma Schuessler ........... President .......... Alma Schuessler Mary L. Bowman ..... Vice-president ..... Mary L. Bowman Henrietta Hoffman ...... Faye Gilpatrick ........... Mary Gleason .,.,. Frances King ..... Melvina Fridy ....... Secretary ...... .Katherine Herbert .Treasurer ........ ...Faye Gilpatrick Librarian .... - ..... Mary Ella Vogel ......Chaplain...... ...,...Virginia Allen ......Cr1t1c...... .......Melvina Fridy awed 0 I 'n Q' ' :,,x .2 3 5 :Q xl'2lc.34y Faculty Sponsor-Mrs. Ima Wyatt C A L I A N MEMBERS Virginia Allen Mary Jane Bauer Betty Bonham Betty Botts Mary Lucille Bowman Loraze Brackett Martha Jane Farrow Geneva Fortune Malvina Fridy Faye Gilpatrick Mary Gleason Florence Hanley Elizabeth Harmon Katherine Herbert Henrietta Hoffman Jane Hoover Leona Kaiser Maxine Kennard Anne Keown . Faye Kingsbury Eleanor Knapp Dorothy Mae Koch Mary Jane Lensing Mary Libbert Janet Major Missy Mason Marjorie Meadows Anna Roth Alma Schuessler Ruth Shriver Carolyn Waters Vera Jane Watson Coriene Wilhelmus Helen Van Cleve Melville Fridy Claudine Heim Mary Ella Vogel Virginia Webb Frances King J E may X P, E gg E. no .W 5 E We an asia H s fr. X In W9 I Y -:-1 v be ' A K, B . Q H ,K . 1 l I xg: t- 1 , Q, Vt' . 5 E, P 5 'T . 'I I iifsf N : - S' g, ' "lie 29 3 . ' . maxim - . ,:' syn A , V- :Ir i . , msn Ng! ff ' R ' Pl Motto-Esse Quam Videri Date of Founding-1932 at Evansville College Ida Berger ........,,., . . OFFICERS .......President....... Juanita Herman ............ Vice-president... Bethel Boston .... .......Secretary....... Evelyn Behrens ................. Treasurer ....... Laverne Seifert. Esther Vogel ............,.. Helen Felker .....,.... ......... Bernice Bruner. ....... .........Ida Berger .Bernice Bruner .......LaVerne Seifert .Evelyn Behrens Critic ....................,... Bethel Boston Sergeant-at-arms ............... Esther Vogel Inter-soc. Council .......... Chaplain ........... ......Helen Felker Juanita Herman Faculty Sponsor-Miss Lucile Jones 1932-33 Helen Aylesworth Olga Berger Ruth Marie Bumb Margaret Calvert Dorotha Faye Finch Virginia Hassell Alice Laake Hazel Roesner Isabel Stafford Lillian Steinmetz Elsie Weisheit Mildred Wirtzberger MEMBERS 1933-34 Evelyn Behrens Ida Berger Bethel Boston Bernice Bruner Gladys Bruner Helen Felker Juanita Herman Laverne Seifert Esther Small Esther Vogel Martha Williams -145: V - F' 0 'Y l,' Q A' 'vm-4 " 2 'A' C 0' 53 .:' Q: .:5: P 'Q ,N v 5 Q. aff 7 2 EJ 1 IMI:- .L rf' PI KAPPA MU PI EPSILON PHI E G WW s ow ' jj tlllll 2 mlm 'J 21-5 '-,w 1 Q 3 El Elms!! D N1-1. io fgiifilii gg 1- 1 . - ' wear? 453.55 Eli! 51 .ta ' 439 9 W Dr. Alvin Strickler FACULTY MEMBER Professor Dean Long MEMBERS IN THE COLLEGE Karl Schaaf Ralph Olmsted ACTIVE MEMBERS Russell Armstrong Robert Baker Jack Baldwin Robert Becker John Behrens Marvin Bennett Oscar Bohn Lonnie Brashear Joe Connor Charles Conrad Clyde Courtice Fred Dodson Edgar Englebrecht T-homas Gleason Joe Graham Paul Hartman James Kelley Louis Lewright Arad McCutchan Jackson McDonald Charles Marx Alfred Matthews Laverne Miller Irwin Omahundro Vincent Parker Colby Pollard Richard Porter John Sadler Richard Sampson Wilfred Schelhorn Wallace Seiler Albert Schoettlin William Stills Charles Stockfleth Edward Taylor Joe Theby Otto Thuerback Charles Wallace James Weir John Wilbanks Harry Wesseling Founded at Moores Hill College-1856 Reorganized at Evansville College-1919 Incorporated-1931 GTX xX ,f g Q 2 .mm ' 'YXXXXWIIIIIII " lmllunlllll lm mllmml I BSEI ' 3 A I QQ Q Lf I i F I I5 S fb Z ,565 .OQZ Ogyxgl, SCHOLARSHIP LOYALTY SERVICE FRATERNITY ,QLa":t:'fI1W? ar,-1'Mf?f'g-2 mr "x mf"""-Ht-fp ws" 'mf-tus,ff':fw,, 'af-we 'i vs - ' s 1 Mae - , 5--r-af 1: ' V X K, ,er ., ,, , ,Y wx. ,kjw NM rf' W b X . it fl, Xu V1.1 - -f fr k 1 1 . , wa V, ' W f ' A ' ' F51 Y. 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B- -1 1 -f 'f We , '- ,' f, 1, 7 ' V ' 'S ' ,,:f?-ni b, 1 ' -1 , , 15.531 L, , N342 -' , ' 53513, 515, Z? 5 ,QQ r I ig! , as wig? f, Y , :U Y. amy ' aa! '- K' -B f E ' . - -a U we .- ' I, ,fx a ,AH , ,ag - U In A X A Ek i A x J, H p :Uv tgp F- E m ugzgyv .Lu , .KH m fs X m. . 5 - - Motto: Find a way or make one Date of Founding: 1869 at Moores Hill Reorganized at Evansville College 1919 OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Tom Ingle ....... ..... P resident ......, ...... G ilbert Eberlin Bert Jaco ............. ...... V ice-president ..... ...... W alter Riggs Richard Branch ....... ..... S ecretary ....... ........... C lyde Leaf Constant Hartke .,... - ....... Treasurer ............... Constant Hartke Paul J. Scheips ...... ..,......,. C ritlc .......... -Kenneth McCutchan Jack Slade ...... ..... S ergeant-at-arms ....,....... Henry Hughes Louis Ritz ,...... ...... P rosecuting Atty., ....,...... Paul J. Scheips Ross Toole ...... ....., C haplain' ..... ....... C larence Stotler STUDENT MEMBERS PH I ZETA Howard Bootz Richard Branch Herschel Dassel Gilbert Eberlin Constant Hartke Henry Hughes Thomas Ingle Bert Jaco Clyde Leaf Kenneth McCutchan Lowell Morrison Tom Nickels Paul Oberst Joe ,Park Walter Riggs Louis Ritz Raymond Roesner Robert Schaad Paul J. Scheips Karl Schuessler Jack Slade Ralph Seiffert Kenneth Stillwell Clarence Stotler FACULTY MEMBER Professor James Morlock FACULTY SPONSOR Dr. Olaf Hovda Dwight Swope Ross Toole James Webster Bernard Weirauch Gilbert Aylesworth Harry Benjamin Robert Davis Robert Fenneman Lester Hargan Emerson Henke Jacob Henn Carl Knerr Robert Ledbetter James Leslie Heiman Lieberman Earl Monroe Milton Moore Alan Parsley Herbert ,Roberts Alfred Rose Bernard Smith Aaron Still John Surbeck Wm. A. Williams A b y QF iid Ar n f Q f 4 fra 5 area Motto: Character, the fulfillment of life. Founded: 1933 at Evansville College FACULTY SPONSOR Dr. E. C. VanKeuren FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. I. M. Blackburn Professor H. P. Walker STUDENT MEMBERS Russell Huffman Edwin Shake Charles Zapp Hugh Thrasher Myron Herrell Maurice Eicholtz Karl Detroy Harlan Logsdon Walter Bufkin HLET COACH WILLIAM V. SLYKER A This school year closed with an athletic record that surpassed that" of any previous year, and to our Coach goes a large share of credit for Evansville's athletic success. 1 More letter men are kept over from year to year. The personnel of both football and basketball squads is steadily inereasirig. We take on bigger and better schools. Slyker spells success for Purple and White athletics. - Kern McGlotl1lin captained the basketball team of 1933-34 through one of the most successful seasons experienced by an ace team, climaxing his four years as a regular forward with the best basketball of his impressive career.-Mac's loyalty and support made his leadership of the highest type. CAPTAIN McGLOTHLIN ' l l W, . CAPTAIN THEBY Joe Theby led the football team of 1933 in a most pleasing manner, leaving nothing to be desired. If there ever was a man who got out there and fought for the E-ville team, Joe Theby is the man. ,MEN as 2 H :J r ,g Ni v l Gus Banko Theron Hostettler Colby Pollard Fay Johnson Richard Groeninger fg? 155 1 . Xl 5 1 0 W GQ. I a tl r . 1 - ' l ' fi 1 7' I ' R Q Y, ' 3 ' ..1.f':s: ' 1? .fp I, '- A 'I ' S1 u : W 2? ,iff , A K f , 1 1 X l ,, r ' 5' 13 . f J . - . ow V E -,, ,, 1 l N - V 1 NO PICTURE gg! E I V1 'l 'ff' Q " wi ' 1 Y V . X l f , rf 1 S' gr ' ff Yr gif! A N, l f I l I E , 5 5 Q V-xanga I is i gagw 1 B ss E. n . ss mass nm are ss -, ses- "naw wana mhzkmnmwmn EK First row: Loren Bailey, Walter Bufkin, Hugh Thrasher, Walter Riggs, Jack Sladeg second row: Theron Hostettler, Joe 'I'-heby, Ed Engle- brecht, Fay Johnson, Gus Banko, Howard Cros- by, Arad McCutchang third row: Louie Lew- right, Joe Graham, Ralph Connor, Otto Theur- hach, Connie Hartke, Bob Suhrheinrich, Ed. 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Southern Illinois Normal .... 35 22 ................ Franklin ................. .,....... 2 6 34 ................ Central Normal ...,.. ......... 3 1 31 ................ DePauw ............. ...,..... 2 1 34 ................ Oakland City ......... Q ........ 17 26 ......,......... Hanover .......... ......... 2 3 17 ................ Wabash ............... ......... 2 2 43 ................ Central Normal ........ ......... 3 5 23 ................ Indiana State ......... ......... 2 2 31 ................ Ball State ........... ......... 2 3 58 ................ Oakland City' ....................... Q34 Evansville-Average points per game .......... 33.6 Opponents-Average points per game ..,,.,.... 25.1 First row: Fay Johnson, Emerson Henke, Al- fred Roseg second row: Connie Hartke, Kern McGlothlin, Arad McCutchan, John Sadler, Walter Riggs, Otto Theurbachg third row: Coach Slyker, Hugh Thrasher, Clarence Stot- Ier, Jack Butterworth, Colby Pollard, Loren Bailey, Joe Theby, Charles Conrad. 11 F BASKETBALL OTTO THEURBACH Forward JACK BUTTERWORTH Center WALTER RIGGS Forward KERN McGl.OTHLlN, Captain Forward as vm may y4 . s-as an mam am an Q: .msfssa , . E fa wiv m m mr 1 ,mu fa ww. Q was ,- 3-R nm awww wa ,am , -4- ' xxx -fy ma , H za 1 5 aan .ew J, ms Im. F H .H 1, Q e rf if-FK, D A 1. :L-'iii ,BV ss f ss , xma- w M rs fr W K , " Wmiiik u Q- waswlvw iff L,-11-,Q ,www M: mpg! , , wa- ww, . 3 ,- 2 K, , 3018 , f ' fm Q3 MMQAZ 24.24 'Y V. 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':2Q5FRl,v1' M 89,5 BASKETBALL COLBY POLLARD Center CONSTANT HARTKE Guard ARAD McCUTCHAN Guard JOHN SADLER Guard The W. A. A. is a new organization on the campus this year. Its purpose is to foster a spirit of cooperation and sportsmanship, to teach creative use of leisure time, and to promote recreation and p-hysical development among the women of the college. ' Ollicers are: Mary Gleason, president, Mildred McCutchan, vice-presidentg Mary Ella Vogel, secretary, Thelma White, treasurer. Other members are Mary Lucile Bowman, Ber- tha Born, Vinita Britzius, Faye Gilpatrick, Dorothy Glick, Betty Jane Hacker, Maxine Kennarcl, Janet Major, Dor- othy Neu, Coriene Wilhelmus. Soccer, field hockey, volley ball, basketball, speedball, track and tennis were included in the physical education program as outlined by Miss Rodgers, the director. Tour- naments in all these sports were sponsored by the W. A. A. The W. A. A. has been invited to join' the State Associa- tion and hopes to do so as soon' as sufficient funds can be raised. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION V 4 Bob Baker and his two assistants, Vera Jane Wat- CH son and Henrietta Hoifman, have succeeded in giving ' ' our school a new school spirit. The enthusiasm, pep, and loyal support shown by the students this year are largely due to the leadership of our splendid yell leaders. Florence Miller, Helen Ziss. Claudine Heim, Miss Y Rodgers, coach, Geneva Fortune. 1 ATUR RICHARD BRANCH GILBERT EBERLIN KENNETH STILWELL These men represent various interests-Branch with his training in economics, Eberlin in polit- ical science, and Stilwell in music-and their leadership and service have been colored by these respective interests. Fellow students have always looked to these men with confidence and respect because of their capacity for leader- ship which has been evident from the first. It so happens that the fellows are all members of Phi Zeta, Eberlin being president of that society. CAMPUS are chosen, each year from the senior class. The deans of the LEADERS college select three men and three women who have shown out- years of college life. standing qualities of leadership and service during their four BETTY JANE HACKER CATHERINE DYER ALMA SCHUESSLER There is a greater similarity in the interests of the three women. They have all three pre- pared to enter the teaching profession, English being chosen by each as a major. Each is presi- dent,of her society, Theta Sigma, Gamma Ep- silon Sigma, and Castalian, respectively. They are the only women who have held office thus far under the Student-Faculty Federation plan of government. These young women have al- ways been foremost in accepting positions of responsibility for the furtherance of the inter- ests of their fellow-students and the college. 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Maybe I'd better go way back to September and give you all the dope from then on. Came September. We started all over again amid much discussion of Russia, the World's Fair, and what our two new teachers would be like. In the first Crescent there were announcements of six marriages during the summer. Not bad, eh! The freshmen were entertained in the usual way with English, Psych, and Physical exams and then the banquet at Bethel. Upperclassmen became much disturbed at the announcement of no cut-s for the year. The All-student Party took the form of a treasure hunt and did we have fun! Betty Jane Hacker's team won, and afterwards we all had watermelon. Classes had elections of officers and the heads this year are Seifert, Riggs, Jaco, and Groeninger. We really started having pep when Baker became yell leader and when the Junior Chamber of Commerce took a hand at the ticket sale and sold 605 ducats. Surheinrich was the big shot in the Cape Girardeau game, making our only touch- down. The Big Sisters of the Y. W. gave a Saver Party for the little ones. Say, the Frosh caps certainly were snitzy-the girls I mean. Committees for the Student-Fac- ulty Federation. were announced so the school could settle down to business. Philos elected Arad as their president. Our first home game was a success, to the tune of 16-0 against Franklin. Baker led yells what was yells. Our good friend, Mr. John L. Igle- heart, passed away. Now for October. Prosperity must have returned, the Crescent asked, "Can you change a five spot?" Extension courses began, so the profs have more work to do. Gamma Delta chose Armitta Humke as their head and Thespians liked Marybelle Hopkins pretty much, too. Maurine Bailey Keefe gave child impersonations in chapel. Indiana State had to go and beat us by one point, the old meanies. Anyway, Banko got his pic- ture in the paper-just on general principles. On Friday the 13th Butler beat us. On the same day WC gave an Au-tumn party. They also started a series of Studio Hours with Miss Mote speaking at the first one. Homecoming was the twenty-first. We beat Rose Poly and had a big carnival afterwards. Phi Zetas won the cup for the best stunt. What became of the lid of the Soph coliin? Ofn the twenty-eighth we held Wabash to a 0-0 tie. Praise Allah. November usually follows October. All this time Prexy went all over the country lec- turing on Europe and giving us all the proceeds. Good ole Prexy! Oakland City beat us, but Hollen heck could we help it. Was Theby apologetic? At the second Studio Hour Miss Jones reviewed Lady of Godeys and we enjoyed it a lot. Louis Untermeyer ap- peared as the first lecturer on the -Temple series and EC was well represented in the THE ' COLLEGE YEAR . .-54. ,, 'fx' ' ' , 5-3 , xx -, ,v- ,.. -,f,,., v, 1, . , -. , ,, . .Q 3.1 Q., .....:.!i.gx if 15: .. ,-I :., -fvluh. .fm-.,, , ,SQ fx fl ip. 1 f M 'ug-. :funn K -1 ff- " ' 'Him PM .-Env' .. 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Well, any- way they won. On the twenty-eighth, the CONTRAST was given, and was it good! Miss LeCompte certainly knows howlto dish 'em out. It was in this month that Logsdon for the first time used the word "intimidate"-and the last time. Prexy showed us Rus- sian pictures on' the 24th. The societies started their'Gamma Delta parties. Were the Frosh disappointed when there really was no Sally Rand? Praise the faculty for having receptions. We got to wear our best clothes for once. Hurra-h for Thanksgiving vaca- tion. On the last day of the month the Castalians had the football banquet. There will be no captain for next year. Octem, Novem, Decem. Hurray, the Woofenpoofs won the LinC contest. At least the campaign taught Eissler how to apply' for a job. We enjoyed the business manager coming late to the banquet at the Sonntag. On the ninth the Sig Christmas tree went up and on the tenth Missy went up in our estimation as a darling Eager Heart. Banko was named on the All-State. He deserved it. First basketball game. Lots of Christmas parties. Everybody gave 'em. We all wondered if Martha Ellen Roberts ever used the can opener she got as a present. Prexy's present to us was almost S900 he made on his lectures. Philos had a stag dinner at the Mosque. The All-school Xmas party was swell, only some people had to take after the three pigs, so there wasn't any candy left for me. It was kinda Dippy though when not everybody caught on to the presents that Santy gave, nicht wahr, Alma? The holidaze lasted from the 15th to the 2nd, and did we make the most of 'cm. A new year and a new policy in the Crescent-more features, and.we like it. We saw by that noble periodical that Ingle had completed a study of college marriages and McCutchan the size of familiesll? ? Banko got the Kiwani-s medal. More joy registered. Phi Zetas presented the last art chapel by societies. We liked the artistic way in which Nickels slapped that bass. KKK gave a chalk talk just before finals. Finals. Period. Nulf said. Dr. Sherwood Eddy came to us. Big semester-end dance. Everybody agreed that the alumni part of Joy Nite at Bosse was best. The LinC-Crescent party showed that there was more dirt slung in the women's lounge when the men were admitted than when the room is used for ordinary purposes. Campus Notables are chosen. Dyer de- cides to give them a page in the LinC since her Connie was among those elected. As Whitman would say, "The second month." We're now settled into the second semes- ter. Rush activities played the lead for some time. Ledbetter sang in chapel-and also at Sig meeting. CWA put 27 to work. Orchids to Roosevelt. Dr. Gilbert of the Boston THE COLLEGE YEAR v if F 'Jai' - Af an Q jd Good Will Institute made friends with us. The best chapel of the year occurred when Bishop Blake was here. Art McDowell spoke at Joint YM-YW. Things I still don't know: 'why the YM always invites the YW to socialist meetings. Religious Emphasis week proved to be very profitable to' Dr. Fifer was a grand personality. Telmis comes to people's minds and an association was formed. We were host to the State Oratorical contest on the 16th. The debate teams went to Manchester and made a 10072: record-no runs, no hits, no errors. Everybody went around asking everybody else, "Which one of my proofs do you like the best?" We got all writ up in the papers about our Indiana relic museum. The WAA had their Hike on Wheels on the day of our big- gest snow storm of the year. It was noble of the Phi Zetas to postpone their initiation to the day when the Trustees could see it. Sigs banqueted the basketball team. The Alumni All-college Dance a big success. Harpers hold talkies for students. Do we like 'em. Formal series began. Girls really beautiful in crisp, rufliy gowns-with trains! Crescent popularity contest created a lot of interest. Practice teachers prevision nervous breakdowns. Elections. Seniors entertained until their head spins. Won't be long till all is over. And then 1'll be seeing you again in good ole vacation time. So long. Rut-hie. if Wetherill: "Do you see that young man standing over there by the tlivver with golf pants on?" Moesner: "I see the fellow all right, but where is the flivver with pants on?" M. Dillingham: "I s'pose your poems just flow from your pen." K. McCutchan: CLooking ruefully at fountain penj Sometimes the whole poem comes out at once." K John Sadler: "This liniment makes my arm smart." Katherine Herbert: "Why don't you put some on your head!" Baker: "Prexy, how did you enjoy your trip?" Prexy: "Fine, except the day my car turned into an apartment building." Baker: "What do you mean by that?" Prexy: "Well, it had four flats in one day." For those of you who cannot figure out who the people are on the opposite page we have very thoughtfully provided this iden- tilication list: 1. Dr. Legg und his twin sister. 2. Ralph Seifert. 3. Evelyn Arm- strong. 4. Joe Park. 5. Walter Riggs. 6. Charles Zapp. 7. Olivia Davis. 8. Alice Georges 9. John Surheck. 10. Annette Glaser and Katherine Herbert. li. Marian Todrank. 12. Dr. Earl E. Hur- per. 13. The Freeman twins. 14. Daisy Harman. 15. Professor Morlock. 16. Tommy Hutcheson. 17. Kenneth Stilwell. 18. Pete and Jimmy Webster. 19. Jacob Henn. 20. Paul Oberst. 21. Mar- tha Ellen Roberts. 22. Connie Hartke. THE COLLEGE YEAR bum s as .V 1 V V -, 1 ' , a w , V-A555 .V QV-1.-.W ,-nw ' 'ma' B: 1. ss E ,f'. "',f.':1 1' , 4-:QMS sa 'Au , m fa ,F 1 ,- ' 34 --x ,gal iff .migagwge .VH vmga as , ww-mash Miami: N 5- K B5 ss , , - Q . H slfm- V. , W H.. wah H. I 48 ve 1 . ew- Fil .1e,. Vwfhfln rx. '.-' :sawn 1.5 Gif. '- Y, I .:. :ij-...gi 41 1:5 1 LJ " ,Q Gif f r' fy 'Tf'1 2f:f - . 1 dl m V 1' ' 'f,'if3g,i.L,n '1:- ' V -11 'J .: x L .: 1- - . -ff' - ' '-1'F:.'1f?ff 1 -,Fha ' :iz 1, if .!g'5,.ig, IIEZSI' ' -lei' I . . , -7'-N. Li! I fl 1? ' 1 A E . J' 1 : .,.' A -f r R' 1 ,,,AV .- Vg 4 ., 5'--,J 2, : 'I mfrgm 'QQ Herby Roberts: "I want to buy some gloves." Clerk: "Kid gloves?" Herby: "I should say not, I'm in college now !" Dr. Reeves: "Allow me to present my wife to you." Dr. Blackburn: "Many thanks, but I have one." Dr. Beghtel in lecture: "Nature is won- derful-a million years ago she didn't know we were going to .wear glasses, yet look at the way she placed our ears." Aaron Still CState History Classj: "At all state functions the Secretary of State sits on the right hand of the President." Walker: "And you got that priceless an- tique rug for only fifty dollars-can you beat that 7" Long: "My wife sees to that." Bert Jaco Cshowing wool golf socks to customerbz "Wonderful value. Worth double the money. Latest pattern, fast colors, holeproof, won't shrink, and it's a good yarn." Customer: "Yes, and very well told." Dodson: "Are you Hungary?" Koenig: "Yes, Siam." Fred: "Den Russia to the table and I'll Fiji." Bill: "All right, Sweden my coffee with a Cuba sugar and Denmark my bill." Schaad: "Have you ever been pinched for going too fast Z" Bootz: "No, but I have been slapped." Espenlaub: "Why did you say a iiea is so unhappy?" Herrel: "Because he knows his children are going to the dogs." J. Leslie: "Do you know most wrecks are caused by bad brakes?" J. Henn: "Baloney! Most of them are caused by a loose nut at the 'end of the wheel." ' Shriver: "Do you know why there are more automobile wrecks than train wrecks?" Koch: "No, -why?" Shriver: "Because the fireman isn't al- ways hugging 'the engineer." Policeman: "What are you looking for?" Cope: "Pm looking for a parking place." Policeman: "But you haven't a car." Cope: "Oh yea, I'm looking for the place I left it." Hartke: "I guess you had better take a taxi home." Dyer: "It's no useQ Mother wouldn't let me keep it. Ruth Bain: "The man I .marry must be a hero." C. Wilhelmus: "Oh, you're' not as bad looking as that." JOKES K ,:,g:.M,x Ez.,-,-avg-: ff..-.:4.. ,,,, . . H 15 fm - - - fic - 4 ml. y ' zf 5 Q, M' 2221.222 QQ. Aff 'mai' ,, .V , .... .... , ., ,.,. pp- W' , w .1 ' ' , f 7 V4 " ' ' R QQ? ' ? 1- ,J , Q2 in , ,, , j ,J ag Y I f F IFJ f ,-r'4- I rff- ' H , W Y-rf' -- H ,AFI , if' 912. fi " ' -f? "Af2'I 5 . vs H Q M 581135, I A .--.gl eg W ., . ' w lf". W U5 1 ' mg - B, :W V R w , - H, M, 1 M 'f rx L1 X. '. .Q W 2 , W , HA- fuk. M, , um ,. B-,, fl -A . ., V . VY ng-na' - 'gn , Z. . , ,.MQ,'iQ., 1 ., Y gm? N A ' - M -ksf' 'f - W, x Te V V l 7 Q-il ' A, w 1-B nz , . P 5 MMD? Q AUTOGRAPHS. PATRONS Mrs. E. C. Seifert College Cafeteria Kennedy's Lunch Walk-Over Boot Shop Thos. E. McCane Co. Bitterman Bros., Jewelers Southern Indiana Gas 8: Electric Co. Sunbeam Electric Manufacturing Co. Bon Marche Finke Furniture Co. L. A. Parker Co. H. A. Woods Drug Co. Keller-Crescent Co. Dr. A. R. Ficken, D.D.S. Fred Miller Bakery 8: Ice Cream Co. Hol'fman's Men 8: Boys' Shop Sugar Creek Creamery Co. Ed. J. Fclin Sears Roebuck 8: Co. Indiana Bell Telephone Co. Smith 8: Butterfield Co. John F. Stephens, Inc. Koch Dairy co. Kerr Wholesale Co. F. M. Potersheim Drug Co. Ed. Rech's Studio Walden, Inc. Deaconess Hospital The Honorable John W. Boehne, Jr. Strouse 8: Bros. The College Beauty 8: Barber Shoppe Montgomery Ward 8: Co. J. A. McCarty Seed Co. Russell J. Simpson Claremont Tea Room Kruckemeyer 8: Cohn Thomas, Bootz 8: Thomas William Schear Acos Bros. A. Bromm 8: Co. Goodrich Silvertown, Inc. Clyde M. Hesmer Mrs. Louise Rolls Servel Sales, Inc. The Baynham Shoe Co. T. C. Hayes Ben Newman-Successor to Newman-Johnson Plumbing Co. Drs. Ravdin 8: Ravdin J. H. Iglehart Harding 8: Miller Music Co. Walsh Baking Co. Dr. John W. Visher, M.D. Red Spot Paint 8: Varnish Co. Dr. Clarence Macer, M.D. I-laas', Inc. Burkcrt-Walton Printing Co. Berger Tire 8: Battery Co. George Brown, Pharmacist Nussmeier Engraving Cn. Mrs. George J. Dyer National Battery Co. Housh Industrial Supplies Dr. H. C. 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