University of Findlay - Argus Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1929
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PROFESSOR ERASTUS F, LoUCKs
In sincere appreciation for his helpful friendship
and tireless effort, his patience and kindliness-this
volume of the ARGUS is affectionately dedicated.
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ALMA MATER SONG
PINDLAY CoLLEGE HYMN
Alma Mater, faithful Mother,
Children of thy love are we,
Raise we now with hearts and voices
Songs of praise sweet melody.
Here we come from every border,
Seeking wisdom's truth to know
Truth that in the time of conflict
Counsels us the path to go.
Findlay Alma Mater Findlay
Thou our Mother Guardian Friend:
May God's blessing e'er increasing
Smile on thee till time shall end.
Smile on thee till time shall end.
Mother Findlay, faithful Mother,
Breathe thy blessing ere we part:
Send us with thy benediction
Thine approval on our heart.
Then We'll forth to fields of service
Forth to work, to serve, to fight
And we'll never cease our efforts
Till the world is crowned with light
Faithful Mother faithful Mother,
Mem'ries ever round thee cling-
Thoughts of happy hours together
Under they protecting wing.
When the World is dark and dreary,
And we're lonely for thy cheer
Be thou then our strength and comfort
Alma Mater Findlay dear.
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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION
HARVEY L. ALLEN
CHARLES T. Fox
WILLIAM A. BAIR
Dean of Mm
Dean of Wfomen
OLA M. HARTSHORN
Asst. Dean ol' XVomen
Execuliue Secretary and Regislrur
ERASTUS F. LOUCKS
H. S. BRINSER
Curator ol' Museum
Office S crreiary
MRS. FRANK MARVIN
Nlatron of Henderson Home
Head-Residenl Bare Home
Superintendent of Printing
Custodian of Buildings and Grounds
HARVEY L. ALLEN
CHARLES T. Fox
Vandyke has Written a very interesting and instructive book, Art for Art's Sake. His
legitimate contention is that art or beauty. aside from illustrative and ethical consideration, has
its own particular contribution to make to life.
Beauty, a peculiar synthesis of form and significance, representing "the adequate and
harmonious expression of some phase of man's life in true relation to the whole," legitimately
can have but one comprehensive, universal appeal, viz. its significance for life.
There is but one fundamental question imperatively demanding an answer at the very
threshold of every one of our earnest questsiuwhat will my choice contribute toward 1ife's
enrichment?" This was the paramount burden of the Masters supreme ministry-abounding
life. I have come that they may have life and that they may have it abundantly. not in the
comparative but absolute degree. Herein lies the hnal purpose of all education. History
science, literature, philosophy. art each and all have but one dominant purpose, the enhancement
of life's values. If they would fulfill their true province in life's economy, they must lift the
mere sordid, groveling for the things that perish with their using to the
earnest inquirer from a
suit for abiding values-values that increase with their using. Like diamonds which glitter be-
cause they are ground,
portant, at the present
need of the ideal than
Would you realize the
a Joseph's integrity shines more brilliantly with use. "lt is more im-
time," says Victor Hugo, "to bear in mind that the soul has still greater
the real. It is by the reil that we exist: it is by the ideal that we live.
difference? Animals exist: man lives." It is not that the real is unim-
portant, but that the perishable is only a means, never an end. Eternal values are true ends.
There are no others.
As "only to the closed eyes is there the true vision" so only in the realm of the ideal is there
an ultimate goal for worthy aspiration. "The night is far spent the day is at hand." Let us
get rid of that morbid, mawkish, would-be-realistic travesty on what Goethe call.d the eternally
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CHARLES S. RICE
Prufuxxor of Education
J. RUSSELL BUC1--11311
Profcssur of Grcvk uml
Frofcssur of Lulfn and Spanish
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W. A. BAIR
Professor of Arm-rifun Hislory
Professor of English and
Dmn nl' Women
Profvssur of Clwnuislry
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Profcssor of Bfolnyy
Profcsxor of Erluruli-'ln
ixlanl Profussor of Eng
F. F. EVERSMAN ANNAMARXDE VERTER WALTER WII-LlHNGANZ
Diruclor uf thc Comuruumr!l Plano llrnfyxxur uf Orclnuzlrul lnsfrumenzs
Profruxur ul' 1"rcm'I7
flssiumnt l'i:mu lnxlruclor
Axsixrunz Dirvclor of
Lmir'n's Plvgfsicul Director
JAMES M. GUYER
Pl rfvssur of Europvurz History'
llnxlrurmr in Puiufic' Speulzing
HARRY J. BARN!-IART
l'rufv:as0r of Piano
E. E, MAGOON
Dirvrlor of Cnmnwtrciul Courses
D511-clor uf Plrysicul Exlufuliun and lnslrurlor uf Physiml Eduralinrl
Curlfh uf Allwlclics.
Presidenr ...T..T ,,,,.,,, , , A,,,7.,,., ,LLLNORMAN AUNGST
Vice-Prcsidenf .,.A .LL ......T ,...,.. O SCAR CALDWELL
Sccrvlary .,,.... -. ..,,. .... E LLEN KooNs
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MA RY KATHRYN BOYER
S. C. HUMMEL
I STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES
Our representative body acquaints the new students with General Jam
sees that the Sophs carry on a reasonable CU Frosh supervision for an indefinite
period and are protected thereafter-that no Fords are parked in or about tl e
halls-also having complete charge of Clean-Up Day-being then-the in-
terpreters, defenders, developers, and protectors of our liberty.
May honor follow them for they have Well discharged their duties for
'28 and '29,
SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES
The Class of Twenty-Nine-all hail-the largest class which ever gradu-
ated from our Alma Mater. Truly illustrious men and Women Cin the mak-
ingj. All this and more we endeavored to impress upon our fellow students
in our Senior Chapel service. Then the day we "sneaked"-we did justice to
the occasion-and howl At three o'clock Sunday afternoon June second the
baccalaureate service was held in the college chapel. Our class night was said
to be the most elaborate and successful of its kind.
On June sixth this class which has given illustrious scholars, athletes.
campus and class room leaders, and which has Written a glorious history here
passed on to greater tasks,
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ,.,...... -..LWOSCAR CALDWELL
Vi'ce-Presidem L,,,. , ,.....LL.... . .,.. RUTH SHANK
Se-eremry .,v..,..,L L.L.L . LL.L., D oRoTHY CRAMER
Treasurer .........,,,.ee.,,,..,.... ., ee..ee. ee.L.,e E LIZABETH MooRHEAD
Student Council Representative, V- .e.....,e.e.Le, FERN THOMAS
RING AND PIN COMMITTEE
Ruth Shank, Josephine Stough, Norman Aungst
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
Catherine Bowen, Marjorie Dings
Fern Thomas, Galen Bame, Margaret Richardson
Tobie Tucker, Clayton Wiscley, Mary Kathryn Boyer
Dorothy Cramer, Edith Tucker, Elizabeth Moorhead
Marilyn Bright, Mildred Kinsinger, Mabel Buck
Y. W. C.
l SENIOR INDEX
OSCAR K. CALDWELL,
228 E. LIMA ST., FINDLAY
Varsity track CU. CZJ. CD: Y. M.
C. A. Cabinet CZJ. CBJ. Sec'y. CAN:
Chorister C431 Peranian Chorister CBD.
Treas. C421 Orangemen Quarterte OJ.
C4J: President Senior Class: Student
Council C-H: Chemistry Laboratory
Ass't. CZJ, C4D: Rhodes Scholarship
DOROTHY CRAMER. A.B.
212 ASH AVE., FINDLAY
Editor "Orange Peril" C-U: Pcranian
Recording Sec'y. C-H: Sec'y. Senior
Class: Student Council C411 "Craig's
JOSEPHTNE STOUGH, A.B.
R. F. D. No. 7, FINDLAY
Bluffton C11 : Aristotelian Chorister
C3 J. Critic C-H. President C411 Chorus
CZD. C32 C-lj: Glue Club Sec'y.
C31 : May Queen Attendant C314
'Student Council C-11: "Feast of the
Little Lanterns": Pi Epsilon Pi Presi-
dent C47: Argus Stall' C451 Slohic:
R. F. D. No. 7, FINDLAY
Y. NV. C. A.: Pcranian: Slohic'
Geneva Delegate C4jg Varsity Basket-
ball CID, CZD. CBJ. C411 Treasurer
CATHERINE BOWEN, A.B.
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA.
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet CZJ, Sec'y.
C3 J. President C41 : Pcranian Critic
4111 Student Volunteer Sec'y. OJ.
Vice-Pres. Northern Ohio Union C41:
Varsity Debate C l 1. C21 2 Glue Club'
Student Council: Class Scc'y. CZJ.
NORMAN AUNGST, A.B.
Puranian Sec'y. 135. Pres. 143:
Chorus 142: Glen Club 132: Slohic:
Varsity Baseball 111. 13J, 143: Y.
M.. C. A. Cabinet 131, 141: Student
Cnuncil Pres. 141: Junior Class Pres:
Argus Stall 13j, 141.
MARILYN BRIGHT, A.B.
R. F. D. No. 2, FINDLAY
MRS. HARVEY L, ALLEN
Y. W. C. A.
MARY KATHRYN BOYER,
Wittenberg 132: Aristotelian Prrs.
142: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 125: Pi
Epsilon Pi: Glue Club 111, 123, 13J.
145: Cheer Leader 1ZJ: Student Coun-
cil 143: "The Thirteenth Chair."
PAUL LESTER BECK,
Pres. Freshman Class: Y. M. C. A.
Cabinet 1lJ. 121. 131: Pres. 141:
Peranian Choristcr 121, Vice-Pres. 131,
Pres. 1-H: Cheer Leader 113, 121.
133. 149: Student Council 112. 125.
131. 1-U: "Orange Paul" Stall' 135:
Argus Staff 1-H: "His Majesty Bunker
Br.-an": "The House by the Side of the
Road": "Cmig's XVife": Most Popular
Man: Student with most school spirit.
Pcranian Literary Society: Y. M. C.
A.: Football CZJ. 145.
MARJORIE DINGS, A.B.
Pres. K-417 Y. W. A. Cabinet CSD
I-H: "Nothing But the Truth":
gate 131: Chorus 142.
MABLE BUCK, A.B.
MT, PLEASANT, IA.
Student Volunteer Pres. CUZ Minis-
terial Association Trcas. KZJ. GJ:
Y. W, C. A. Trcns. C412 Student
Council Trens. 14-J: Aristotelinn Chap
HARRISBURG, PA. '
Otterbcin KID: Peranian Pianist CZJ,
A OJ, K-U: Choristcr CD. C432 Glee
Club 121, Pianist OJ: Chorus Pianist
131. UU: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C3-D.
Sec'y. 141: Student Council Sec'y.
333 FRAZER ST., FINDLAY
Sec'y. Junior Class: Pvzraninn Vice-
Slohic CIP- f2J. f3J: Geneva Dele-
Y. M. C. A.: Ministerial Association:
Aristotc inn Sergeant-at-Arms 125.
QED: "The Thirteenth Chair".
CON R AD, IOWA
Y. W. C, A. Cabinet fl
Sec'y. CZB. Pres. CU: Slohic Reporter
Cl D. 151. Vice-Pros. 123: Class Trans.
fll, f5l, Pres. KZJ. Reporter frllz
Aristotclian Sec'y. Q15 : Trustee f l J .
f23. Critic Pianist QZI.
ALICE HOOVER, AB.
RISING SUN, OHIO
Pcranian: Y. W. C. A.: "Nothing
But the Truth": Slohic KZJ, UD.
GLADYS PHILLIPS. A.B.
RISING SUN, OHIO
Puranian Chaplain C41 : Ministerial
Association CZJ. CN. C4J: Slnhic
Corresponding Sec'y. CZQ. CD: Glen:
Club fll, f2J. CBJ, DU: Chorus
Manager 131. f4J.
JOHN C. ROBERTS, A.B.
631 E. SANDUSKY ST.
Pernnian Literary Society: Student
Council flj: Varsity Football CID.
f2l. CBJ. UID: Varsity Tennis UD
TOBIE TUCKER, A.B.
127 FRAZER ST., FINDLAY
Peraninn Chaplain 121. Treas. 131:
"The I-louse by the Side of the Roadn:
Student Council 121. 133, 141: Y.
M. C. A. Cabinet 125. 13J, 143:
Class President 121, 132: Glen Club:
Chorus: Orchestra: Ministerial Associa-
tion Pres. 131: Slohic ViceAPrcs. 131
EDITH PARK TUCKER
127 FRAZER ST., FINDLAY
Peranian Sec'y. 113 : Class Treas.
111. 121: Slohic: Y. W. C. A. Cabi-
net 1Zj. 131. 142: Glec Club: Chor-
VERA SCHWAB, A.B.
700 TIFFIN AVE., FINDLAY
Aristot. Y. XV. C. A.: "Thread of
FERN THOMAS, A.B.
208 COLLEGE ST., FINDLAY
Pi Epsilon Pi: Peranian Sec'y. 125.
Critic 141: "Fol de Rol": "Nothing
But the Ttuth": "Feast of the Little
Lanternsn: "Craig's Wife": Y. XV. C
A. Cabinet 121, 131: Vice-Pres. 145:
Geneva Delegate 132: Slohic Sec'y.
131: Student Council 141: Glcc Club
Trezls. 141: Chorus Pres. 14D: Track
1lJ: Basketball 123. 13D. 140. Cap-
tain 133: Most Popular Coed.
CLAYTON WISELEY, A.B.
Peranian Pres. 131: Vice-Pres.
Sophomore Class: Argus Reporter Jun-
ior Class: Student Council 137: Chor-
us 11 D: "House by the Side of the
Roadu: "Nothing But the Trulh"7
"His Majesty Bunker Bean": "Craig's
ARTHUR DAYMON, A.B.
206 SHINKLE ST.. FiNDLA':'
Aristotelian Literary Society: In-
stmrtor Findlay Vocational School.
FERN WAYNE, A.B.
Aristotelian Chaplain 1l1, 131.
Critic 121: Geneva Delegate: Student
Volunteer Sec'y. 1I1: Y, W. C. A.
Cabinet 111. 121. 151. 141: Minis-
terial Association: Charter Member
VIRGIL HITE, A.B.
MT. BLANCHARD, OHIO
Denison University 111: Varsity
football 1l1. 121. 131. 141: Varsity
baseball 111. 131. 141: Track 1l1:
Varsity basketball 131.
RUTH Si-IANK, A.B.
210 E. LINCOLN ST., FINDLAY
Class Vice-Pres, 111: Y. VV. C. A.
121. 131: Slohic: Peranian: Argus
Literary Editor 131: Chorus 141:
Chairman Senior Ring and Pin Com-
mittee 141: Editor Argus 141: Orange
Pcal Stall 141: Student Council 141.
1-IARCLD H. CASTOR, A.B.
Aristotclian Literary Society: Varsity
licfotlmll 111, 121. 131, 141: Varsity
Basketball 111, 121. 131: Varsity
B.xscb.t.l 111. 121. 141: Y. M. C. A.
KENNETH WILLIAMS, '
420 MCMANNESS AVE. ,
Varsity football UD. f2l. 135.
141. Varsity basketball Ill: Varsity
tuck CH: Owl's Club: Y. M. C. A.:
Varsity "F" Club.
ANNAMARY DE VERTER
ISABEL TISDALE, B.M.
116 W. PEARL ST., FINDLAY
LIMA ST., FINDLAY
Gone like a spring time flower
That droops its fair head too soon
Having drunk in all the brightness
Of the sun that shines at noon.
Sleep like a spring time flower
With dreams that a night will bring
Of 3 WHIIITICI' Ellld ITIOIC COl'1Slf3.I'1t Sllfli
An ever-lasting spring.
Gone-like a spring time flower,
Leaving a fragrance behind
Of memories of a loving heart
A smile that is sweet and kind.
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Vice-Prcsideril .,,,.,.,, ,,Y. ,..,,,,,. ,,.. . W E IR l'lAR'I'MAN
Sccrelury-Treasurer .,... .,.., D OROTHEA REAMSNYDER
By our faithfulness as Juniors we have at last reached the distinction of
It has been a journey-full of hope, caution, fear, and trembling. Many
a good pony has been Worn to a frazzel by our attempts to trot through the
maze of exams. assignments, lectures, notebooks. parties, gir--er--and other
things so that now it is with relief that we anticipate.
Hclcn Koontz YN'cir Hartman
Harold Hamilton. Mnrrlm Lacey. Lois Dcllnys, Margaret Bair
Willis Shade. Esther liarlholvnmcw. Dorothy Blakcslcy. Joe Ibsrer
Mildred Frederick Ellen Koons Harold Smith
Ronald Porch Revn Bishop
Homer Scugcr. Dorthen Reumsnyder. lislhcr Snusser. Martin Micl-ey
Annnmary DeVerzcr, Esther Copcnhnver. Margaret Mackey, Florence Vlnugh
Ruth Ellen. Woolcott Gretchen Powell David Weis:
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Sophomoresl No longer does this word convey to the mind a mere group
of onlookers, for this class has entered whole heartedly into all school activities
during the past year. Through the constant assistance and support of the class
of '31 many school and social functions have been made a success. It has
shown a splendid college spirit and has had the opportunity of demonstrating
the talents of its members on various occasions.
We, of the Sophomore class, have put forth every effort to initiate the
Freshmen into "Real College Life." As a result of our efforts not only the
Freshmen but Findlay as a whole were all aware of the initiation. The Fresh-
men were all introduced to "Pot Pockf' and many of them were compelled
to visit it more than once, With the arrival of vernal days the Sopho-mores are
again doing their duty toward the Freshmen.
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womanly, and we should add-the infinitely manly-that is selling its birthright for a "mess of
Virtue is neither cadish nor prudish. Virtue is womanliness. manliness. It is strength.
heroism not driveling. neurotic weakness. Faith is choice, will. victory--not defeat. Faith, life's
dynamic, is ever transforming and transnguring itself into the approximate ideal. Christian nur-
ture is a crown of glory. Love is the infinite realizing Himself in finite form. These are omni-
potent, omnipresent. triumphant verities which
"Never turned their back. but marched breast forward,"
'ANever doubted clouds would break,"
"Never dreamed, though right were worsted
Wrong would triumphf'
"Held that we fall to rise, are baffled to light better,"
"Sleep to wake!"
This is life, the sword of sir Galahad, the sling of David. the armor of Savanarola. The
will of the Eternal Jehovah is the best for all his children,-life, abundant, glorious, triumphant
ln the same strain sang the greatest of the Hebrew prophets at once realizing the true sub-
limity of life and, at the same time, protesting against all lower, groveling aims:-
"Wherefore do ye spend your money for that which is not bread, and your labor for that
which satisneth not. Hearken diligently unto mc, and eat that which is good," .....
"and your soul shall live."
Knowledge, temperance, integrity, faith, crowned with friendship, are basic in abounding
All things are good only as they contribute to this fundamental and highest glory which is
man's. All other goods in comparison are insignihcant tawdry. Even technical training with-
out true culture and abiding character are vanitas vanitatum. Life's one real problem is life itself.
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We comprise the largest group of workers in the institution and by co-
operation, Well directed efforts, and college spirit have consumated some notable
Forensic activities Were stimulated by the prominent role which freshmen
played in debates. The negative team met the University of Pittsburg, Adrian,
Defiance, and Heidelberg.
The Freshman class prides themselves in the participation in athletics by
various members among both the boys and the girls.
Our class was represented in the dramatic productions staged by the Peran-
ians and Aristots.
Cur members have put forth the utmost efforts in seeking to surpass the
ideals and standards attained by former freshmen classes. We express the
sincere hope that each new class will accomplish even greater deeds for the
betterment of Findlay College.
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STOVER. FRANCES NIARY
PERANIAN LITERARY SOCIETY
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MARY F.I.I.EN DAVIS
ANNAMARY DIE VIERTER
LOIS DE I-IAYS
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Lols D15 HAYS
PLUS ULTRA I PERANIANS!
Under the efficient leadership of Norman Aungst and Paul Beck, 1928-29
proved to be a very successful year for the Peranians. The year was rightly be-
gun by receiving the majority of the Freshman Class as new Peranians. The
society also sponsored "Julius Caesar" which was given by the Stratford
Players. The annual Peranian Play was "Craig's Wife" by George Kelly which
was a real Peranian success. The programs of the past year were truly Peranian
being both lively and literary. And so as we close this outstanding year we
feel that there has been and will be "Plus Ultra."
ARISTOTELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY
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ChorIsler,,,. A,,-.. .,,,,,,,,,,,., C ,,,., ,
I ELLEN KOONS
I MABEL BUCK
MARY LOU MCCARTI-IY
MARY LOU McCARTHY
MARY KATHRYN BOYER
RUTH ELLEN WOOI-COTT
S DANA HEADLY
FRANCES MARY STOVER
MARY KATI-IRYN BOYER
History repeats itself-and so another illustrious page is added under the
Those events for which we are famous were repeated in bigger and better
fashion-and the torch of achievement is passed on undimmed. Indeed its
flame is more bright and its ray is a prophecy-but We speak only of the
present-here we find satisfaction, gratihcation and realized dreams.
So has it been in the past so may it be in the future so is it now-Aristots
Y. W. C. A. CABINET
Secretary , ,,..
Finance Chairman ,,....
U. R. .,..,,,.....,,.....,
Meetz'ngs Chairman -
, ,..e, KATHERINE BOWEN
Publicity Chairman ,,,,OO
Social Service .....,.,,,,
Music Chairman .,....
World Fellowship .,,.
RUTH ELLEN WOOLCOTT
Y. W. C. A. ACTIVITIES
Here the Findlay College girl linds recreation, fellowship, understanding
and an inspiring comradie. Here too she sees and finds a clearer vision.
And memories! The candle light service, the Christmas bazaar, echoes
from Geneva, Edith begging some one to- tend the candy stand, the breathless
rush of preparation and Hnal triumph of May Day-be with us yet!
And we love each other better
After we have worked together,
Misunderstandings and petty things
Fly off as if helped by invisible wings.
Even our faults both yours and mine
Drw tighter the bonds of Auld Lange Syne,
For the friends who love us and really care
See the heart beneath the mask we wear.
And life seems more sincere and true
When you know me and I know you.
Y. M. C. A. CABINET
President' .,....... ...... P AUL LESTER BECK
Vice-President .... ....,, . LWEIR HARTMAN
Secretary .,,. ,.. L .,, OSCAR CALDWELL
Treasurer -- ....., .HAROLD HAMILTON
Y. M. C. A. ACTIVITIES
Under the capable leadership of Paul Beck, the Y. M. C. A. met all
standards heretofore established, not only in crediatably discharging the duties
connected with the traditional social functions, but in wielding a strong un-
seen spiritual influence among the men of the campus. This organization has
endeavored in the past year to create a religious atmosphere in Findlay College
through their Thursday morning devotional meetings which were of the high-
est type. Through the effort of the Y. M. C. A. Sherwood Eddy was brought
to our campus and for that alone the student body is grateful. As we close
this year's work we feel that this association has played a vital part in student
life and has been one of the most progressive organizations on the campus.
'ALet us not be impulsive, unreliable shirkers,
But be steady, earnest, and constant workers."
The Y. M. C. A. seeks to serve. May it serve you? '
President. .....,,.,,., - ...... ...,.. F RANK GIBSON
Vice-Presidenl .,.,.,, .. v,,,..,. C. F. HELWIG
SCCFEIIIFQI-TFOUSLIfL'f - .. L. E A..A.. ,.,., G LADYS PHILLIPS
PROF. H. S. BRINSER
PROP. J. R. BUCHER
C. F. I-IELWIO
ROYAL P. SMITH
TOEIE M. TUCKER
RUTH ELLEN WOOLCOTT
The Ministerial Association is an organization of the students who are
preparing for the ministry or other religious work. Its aim is to encourage and
enrich the lives of students While they are engaged in college training, and to
seek in every Way to promote their interest in the Kingdom of God.
This Association meets each first and third Tuesday evening of each
month. Cutstanding ministers address the meetings from time to time, and
members discuss questions of current interest to ministers and students. The
aim of these meetings is to instruct and prepare ministers in the work into
which they Will soon enter.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
The Student Volunteer Association began its Work for '28 - '29 by study-
ing the Jerusalem Council. One Sunday in each month was set aside as Mission-
ary Current Event Sunday under the direction of Nellie Arnold. During the
past year the group presented a number of interesting programs at Ruck Run,
Ohio City, Fort Wayne. and Columbia City. Three delegates were sent to
the fall retreat at Heidleberg College and seven delegates attended the spring
retreat at Mt. Union College. Representatives will also attend the General
Eldership of the Churches of Ciod at Martinsville, Illinois, in June.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION
President ,,,. ....
RUTH ELLEN WOOLCOT1' NIARTIN IVIICKEY
CATHERINE BOWEN LUCILE CARL
MABEL BUCK ESTHER SAUSSER
ESTHER COPENHAVER NELLIE ARNOLD
ELIZABETH HIESTAND MARGIXRET BEARD
.. ,,,,.,,... NIARTIN IVIICKEY
AFFIRMATIVE DEBATING TEAM
QUESTION: Resolved lhat the Jury System should be abolished.
The affirmative debating team of Findlay College lost to Adrian in a de-
bate on the jury system and participated in a no-decision forensic meet with
Both teams were coached by Bernita Dreitzler, head of the English Depart-
ment, assisted by Professors Guyer and Waugh.
MARTHA LOCEY, KENNETH GLASGOW, RALPH CARLIN. FORREST BEERY
NEGATIVE DEBATING TEAM
QUESTION-Resolved that the Jury System should be abolished.
With this question before them our negative team lost but one debate
which was scheduled with Pittsburgh University, The team was victorious
over Adrian, Dehance, Ferris Institute, and Heidleberg.
HELEN TEMPLE. NIARY SCHOENBERGER,
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MARY KATHRYN BOYER
ANNAMARY DE VERTER
R TTH SHANK
.-,,.,.- FERN THOMAS
,LWMARY KATI-IRYN BOYER
L- GLADYS PHILLIPS
ACC. PAULINE TURNER
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PROP. CARROL MOREY
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Some ' , . g , Joye an athletic prowess sec-
ond to few in the state Due princi all t h
. p y o t e work of one man, who hiniself
had been 'an outstanding athlete during his undergraduate days at Findlay
Hfteen years ago Findlay Colle e en' d
A time came when this man, in the upward climb of his chosen profession,
left his Alma Mater. Since that time the Or
ange teams have enjoyed only a
medium of success.
In 1927 this man returned to our midst after a high degree of success in
the field of physical education. With his return, Findlay College has enjoyed
the eminence of success as witnessed by our last basketball season and the ac-
celeration of school spirit.
This f p mans ip and physical educa-
tion, A type that builts for the future. Instead of tramp athletes we now have
men who will graduate and hono ' '
r our school in scholarship as well as in ath-
letics. To him we owe our success--meet H. J. Barnhart.
man has introduced a new basis of s orts h
K -Ki li
HARRY J, BARNHART
HITE AND TAYLOR g
U d the leadership of Captain Virgil l'Pete" Hite. the Orange enjoyed a
comparatively successful season culminating in the Defiance Victory. The baton
d has been passed to Cloyce Taylor, who has
of captaincy of the 1929 squa
roven himself an able successor. We wish you luck, Cloyce.
Denny Ccj, I-lite ftj. Roberts Cgj, Taylor Ctj, Dietsch CO, Vermillion
R A ' ' hbj, Hutton Chbj, Fouts
fel, Gongwer Qej, Williams Cqbj, Buttermore C
Cfbj, Siler fhbl.
ble mention: Bunnell Qcj, Robinson Cfbj, Metzer Qej, Glasgow
Boyd, Krost, Hamilton, Fouts. Robinson, Grimm
Coach Barnhnrt, Bame, Blauvelt, Siler, Buttermore, Williams. Hutton, Poll'ck. Weist, Shultz, Schlencher.
Metzger, Taylor. Deirch, Glasgow, Bunnell, Site Ccnptj, Denny, Roberts, Vermillion Gongwer.
Vance, Weaver. C. Myers, Snyder. Shade, A. Myers.
Omgfbgin fthercj Sept. -Case at Cleveland.
Dayton Qtherej 0 66 Oct. 5-Concordia at Ft. Wayne
Toledo U Ctherel 9 34 Oct. ll-Toledo, here.
Adrian Cthercj 6 12 Oct. -At Bowling Green
Bluffton Cherej 6 26 Oct. -Defiance, here.
Ashland Ctherel 3C Nov. --Rio Grande, Rio Grande.
Dehance Ctherej 13 6 Nov. -Adrian, at Adrian,
Bowling Green Ctherej 0 19 Nov. -Bluffton, there.
The 1928 football season opened when the Orange journeyed to Otter-
bein. Here they won by the score of 6 to O. On the following Saturday at
Dayton they were not so fortunate and lost 66 to 0. At Toledo, again we lost
34 to 9. On our only out of the state trip we lost in the last few minutes of,
play, when a 65 yard run made the score l2 to 6. At our home-coming game
the Bluffton Beavers took our measure 26 to 6. Then to Ashland, another
loss 30 to 0. Then we upset the dope and took Defiance across 13 to 6. Big-
gest upset in the state. Our last game was played at Bowling Green where We
lost 19 to O. Although not a championship, a great improvement over last
HUTTON - VERMILLION
Playing under the superb leadership of Captain Robert "Bob" Hutton, the
Orange enjoyed the most successful basketball season for a decade. The
responsibility for continuing this record has been
"Louie" Vermillion a conscientious hard fighter.
S I -Six
-Defiance Cherej F 3-QLLAQZ
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-Toledo Ctherel 30 - '35
-Ashland Cthereb 31 - 52
-Bluffton' here 327 - 29
-:B.:G,.TZ..:l.L11ere'J 33 - 30
-,JQLeg1,Q,,-W Cherej 48 .--23
-St. Johns Ctherel 51 - 21
--Cedwrville ftherej 48 - 38
-Antioch Ctherel 67 -. 21
-Dehnnce Ctherej 37 - 40
-Bluffton Ctherej 37 - 34
2-Ashland Cherej 40 - 51
4-Antioch Cherej 61 - 24
692 - 525
placed in the hands of Lewin
17-At Bowling Green
14-Bowling Green, here.
Hutton ffj, Buttermore ffj, Taylor CCD, Robinson CCD, Fonts Cgj
Vermillion Cgj, Pollock ffl.
Moorhead Cgj, Metzker CgD,Weist ffl, Blauvelt CFD, Schultz ffl.
Esther Cook ,,.,,
Betty Bailey ,..,..,..........
Hazel Greer ..,A...,,
Marjorie Jones .,...
Jan. 2 3 Findlay
Feb. 8 Findlay
Feb. 22 Findlay
Findlay College ..,.
Findlay College ..r,
Fern Thomas ..,..,,,.
Doris Radabaugh .. .... ,,,,.,,,,,- ,,,.,,,
Elizabeth Moorhead ..,., - ,...,..,,.... .
Martha Locey ,....... 7
Eleanor Rice r..,..
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The destlnies of this year's baseball team were
in the hands of "Dub" Fouts. who proved himself
a capable leader.
I BASEBALL MEN
The success of the tennis season was largely due
to the efficient leadership of "Johnny" Roberts, who
has faithfully represented the Orange for four years
Roberts Ccj Smith
-Toledo U. Chcrel .
Bowling Green Ctherej .
10-Bluffton Chercl -
3 I-Toledo Crherej.
Bowling Green Chereb,
Bowling Green Qtherej.
-St, John's fheref
-Bowling Green fherej
-Defiance Cherej .
The inter-class basketball championship was won by the Sophomores.
The A'Sophs" lost only one game of the entire schedule and this was due to a
forfeit. In their playing they presented an attack that could not be stopped.
Fellows who represented the Sophomores were: Glasgow, Bunnell, Boyd,
Vwfeaver, Schlencker, and Gongwer.
The final standing is as follows:
HITE ROBERTS XVILLIAMS
ROBERTS, WILLIAMS, and I-IITE
These three men have donned the athletic uniform of the Orange for the
last time. In their graduation the varsity has nothing but regrets. I-Iere's to
you Johnny, Kenny, and Pete, may you be as successful in your chosen pro-
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The Y. M. C. A. sponsored our traditional homecoming once again and
met with unsurpassed success. Over five-hundred persons attended the Harvest
Home Supper which was served in an elaborate style. Following the dinner the
guests were delighted by the Royal Entertainers who gave one of the finest per-
formances of their career in the college chapel. The comedy "Squaring Himself
Vxfith the Boss" kept the audience laughing from start to finish.
The following day was the Bluffton-Findlay homecoming game which
although not a victory was a demonstration of a ine brand of football. Of
course we'll all remember the "Big Parade" before the game which was held at
the Donnell Stadium.
Many alumni returned for the affair and the fellowship between today's
and yesterday's students will long be remembered.
Such is the spirit of Findlay College.
In view of the fact that a Dodge in the possession of our president Allen
fell to "rack and ruin"-in the service and interest of our Alma Mater-tlle
student body in general and the listed organizations in particular felt it to be a
most fitting and opportune act to replace the same with a new Victory model
which was formally and excitedly done November 25.
PERANIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
ARISTOTELIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
Y. M. C. A.
ARISTOTELIAN PLAY CAST
THE 13 th CHAIR"
Spencer Lee .,............ ....................,...,.,,,,..., ....,.. E l lsworth Snyder
Edward Wales .......
The Landlady .......
Helen O'Nei1 ......
Billy Crosby MT--
Roscoe Crosby ......
Mary Eastwood .......
Philip Mason .,,.,.,.
Mrs. Crosby ...-,..
Helen Trent ......
Bradish Trent .....,.
Grace Standish ......,..,
Howard Standish .....
Madam La Grange
Sergeant Dunn .s....,,
Fred R. Wise
------------, Mildred Frederick
---,---.Mary Kathryn Boyer
--,,r,---.-,-----,,,-,-------.Elmo P. Tyner
- ....,.a..,.., Ruth Ellen Woolcott
rw--- Helen Koontz
---,-------,- Lee Fredericks
Miss Austin ,...,,,
Mrs. Harold v,ss...
Nlrs. Craig ..,-sw,,.
Walter Craig or
Eugene Fredericks ....r,r
. .r... Fern Thomas
,,,-,,.Lois De Hays
, .o,, Helen Temple
...... ---Bill Goff
The May Day festivities were in the form of a pageant entitled "Youth's
Academic Seasons" written by Martha Locey and Mary Kathryn Boyer-very
original and entirely different than the festivities of other years.
Margaret Richardson was crowned Queen of the May festival by her maid
of Honor, Catherine Bowen in a beautiful and impressive ceremony.
The breakfast despite the constant rain was a huge success and the dining
hall also displayed a new feature being decorated to represent an old tavern.
The success of the occasion is due to the earnest efforts and cooperatioln'
of the committee and participants in the May Day program.
MAY QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS
Tern Thomuw Mary Kathryn Bovcr
Culnrmr Baum Mwrxlyn Bright Mildred Kmungcr
Mxrgarcl Rlchudson Dorothy Cnmcl Marjorie Dmgs
Ruth whmnk Joscphxm Slough
ORANGE PEAL STAFF
Last year, the Findlay College Publication Department initiated and spon-
sored a new activity, the production of a weekly newspaper entitled the "Orange
Peal." The paper found great favor among members of the college students and
Floyd Lyle, initiator of the publication was re-elected Editor for this year. Mr.
Lyle, however, did not return to Findlay College last fall and Miss Dorothy
Cramer was chosen by the student body to fill the chief position.
Due to subnormal conditions in the size of the student body this year the
paper was of necessity limited to a bi-weekly publication. However, even then,
it has proven an interesting and important factor in the accounts given of intra-
mural activities. The students enjoy reading of their own extra-curricular af-
fairs and we sincerely hope that next year the "Orange Feal" may be re-estab-
lished as a weekly issue.
Editor-in-Chief ....... ,,,,r,,vrw, V, -Hw,,-- Vljofothy Cramer
Assistant Editor ,'w,-------------.g4----AA-A,4,, Lois Del-lays
Society Editors ..,. .rr, M ildred Frederick. Lee Frederick
News Editors .av- . ....... Richard Beard, Erma Bisel
Chapel Editor ...... ,-,w,,, , L ,,4,----,-- ,Dana Headley
Sports Editor .,... ..... K enneth Glasgow
Forum -------------f-4--fvaaf ......g........a............... R uth Shank
Circulating Managers ....,,, ,,,,,,, D ororhy Blaksley, Helen Goff
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ORANGE PEAL STAFF
Cmrncr. Beard. DcH:lys
l.. Frederick, Goff. Blakcsley. Glasgow
M lwrulmrick Hmdly Biscl, Shank
THE 1929 ARGUS
In the interest of our Alma Mater and friends We the Argus Staff have
endeavored to embody in these few pages many scenes of our college days, the
happy events that marked their course, and a lasting impression of friends we
have made. We sincerely ask your forbearance for error and inaccuracies and
we solicit your praise for any success which might be ours
Business Manager W,
Literary Editor ........
Sport Editor oo,ro.
Joke Editor ....,
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Patterson WC8VC1', Richard Beard, Richard Purdy
Mary Lou McCarthy
Aungst, Shank. Stough
McCarthy, Buck. Glasgow
Woolcott, Purdy. Beard
CoLLEGE PRINTING sHoP
EDITOR OF 1930 ARGUS
Superintendent of College Press
At this time we wish to take opportunity to express to you our apprecia-
tion for work which came to this department. Cur aim has always been to
please our patrons by doing good printing at a reasonable price.
We wish to say that all have been good patrons and we have appreciated
that fact, and have found a real pleasure in our efforts to serve and please all.
To those who have not been fully acquainted with the department we
might say that it is being operated by the following persons: Professor James M.
Guyer, Faculty Manager: Williani I-lower, Superintendent: assisted by Edward
Porch, Harold Grimm and Paul Tewell.
It shall be our aim and policy to serve you in the future, if possible better
than we have in the past.
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WHO'S WHO IN FINDLAY COLLEGE
Most Beautiful Co-ed .... . ...... M argarer Richardson
Most Handsome Man ..... ..... Oscar Robinson
Most Popular CO-ed. .,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,Fern Thgmag
Most Popular Man ...,,..,...... ,,,,,,,,,, ,Paul Beck
Most Popular Faculty Member .... v,v,,.n-, . James Guyer
Best Student .....,..................,..... ,s..,. . Clayton Wiseley
Student with Most School Spirit. ,.,.. u...,,.... P aul Beck
Best Athlete, ,... .. ..,,,.,,.. . .,.. ...,...,.,, ,.,,r. . . .Hayden Pours
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"ORANGE AND BLACK" '
17-Frosh Register-Oh boy!
20-Upper-classmen register-same old story-Y Reception.
-Classes begin-they always do eventually.
Sept. 22-Game with Otterbein. We won. Some team!
I Sept. 24-General jam - - Cree Paul Beck. Frosh boys should wear bow
Sept. 26-Dot Cramer editor of Orange Peal-"Ring Out Wild News"Y
Sept. Z9-Ciame with Dayton-Tough! Education Tests-Tough!
Oct. l-Frosh pajama parade, etc. Cespecially etc.j
Oct. 3-Soph Stag for Frosh-bucket brigade.
Oct. 5-Y. M. Conference. Ciame with Toledo - - shucks!
Oct. 13-Adrian-Findlay game. Too bad!
Oct. 19-Harvest home - - A'Soup's on"!
Oct. 20-Harvest home game with Bluffton - - dog-gone!
Nov. 3-Ashland-Findlay game - - aw gee!
Nov IO-Defiance-Findlay game - - Hot Dog!
Nov 11-Armistice Day-no classes. CIt's Sunclaylj
Nov. 19-Herbert sleeps in coal bin - - Henderson home.
Nov. 20-Herbert moves to Bare Hall.
Nov. 21-Herbert has no dog license - - off to the country.
Nov. 22-Sherwood Eddy on campus.
Nov. 23-Frosh debate - - great stuff.
Nov. 24-Julius Caesar - - sponsored by Peranians.
Nov. 25-Prexy's new car - - A'Spirit of Findlay College." Wonder if
it needs a new battery.
Nov. 27-Y. M. entertain Y. XV. at "Little Chef."
Nov. 29-Thanksgiving vacation.
Dec. 12-Prof. Bair visits Bare Hall - - hearts are trump!
Dec. l5-Spanish Club - - Christmas party.
Dec. 18-Miss Hartshorn misses 7:30 class.
Dec. l9-Final Exams start - - Chere's our finishlj
Dec. 20-Ditto - - 'fraid I'm not getting through.
Dec. 21-Know it.
l-I Hrmly resolve - -
12-Dorm girls make candy. CNo the Y. W. is
16--Bowling Green-Findlay game - - Cieel
17-13th Chair on chapel platform.
21-Beck new Peranian president.
28-Kate Boyer - - Aristotelian president.
21-Dr. Van Tyne I I
n't holding a bazaarl
O H rzdred und Two
l-Pitt wins debate by small margin.
5-Blauvelt has good English paper. Cwho is his better half now?j
-Chicken Waffle supper.
-3rd Floor makes whoopee!
-Vacation - - somebody's birthday.
4-Hoover in office - - classes in chapel.
13-Exams. Gee don't time fly?
18-Pay bills in office.
21--Esther Sausser goes to study nursing -
- good luck!
23-Tea for Ohio Northern visiting students.
Mrs. Jameson on the campus.
29-Clean-up Day - - lots of work and Whoopee!
31-Easter - - Why does it always come on Sunday?
-A fool there was.
-l'Craig's Wife" - - and ho-W!
-Same - - only more so.
-Y. W. Cabinet held dinner.
ll-Mr. Arron of India visits campus.
18-Y. W. hike - - Hot Dog!
29-Wild West Parade - - 3 hours late.
8-Isabel Tisdale - - Graduation Recital.
May 14-May Day Breakfast - - glorious day for umbrella sales. Fes-
-Esther Dreisbaugh's graduation recital.
-May Day Festivities.
-Junior and Senior Banquet at Elk's Club.
6-Its all over - - or has it just begun!
June 8-School of Commerce banquet.
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LITTLE CHEF T-ROOMS
Phone: Main 210-VV 108 W'. Front Street
Private Dining Room for Sorority and Men Club Dinners
BIRTHDAY AND YYEDDING CAKES - - FANCY I'AS'lIR.IES
. , ,. And now we have the Scotchman who
DRIJCBS SODAD took his Wifc's false teeth with him to work.
Toll ET XPTICI TS so sbc wouldn't eat while he was gone.
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DI. WOEISZ tirce most 1 icut lll1'lgS in t e
Live up to an introduction.
D1-ug-gist Climb a fence leaning toward you.
Kiss .1 girl leaning away from you.
FINDLAY, OHIO what-S Wrong bmi
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First Corner bonth of Bridge 1 es one hour 0 cook and Serve Sm
An Ideal Recitulion
Prof. Guyer-"Mr, Borts do you think
France justihcd in her revengeful spirit to- Q lganker
ward Germany after l37l."
"Tubby"-"Yes Cconlidently: she might
have been Cwith trepidationjz probably she ?
was Cdoubtlz I guess so Qgropinglylz no,
I believe she wasn't Creturn of confidenccl
but then, maybe - Cdcspairinglylg I don't
know Quttcr collapse of all prctenself' '
Prof. Guyer fgrufflyj-"Maybe 1 can get
f th.t." ,, , ,
an answer rOm.il.... 114 5. Blain Street
Beck-"Hold 'cr Newt."
Glasgow-"VJhere's her Newt?"
COM li' IQ I M ENT5
THE PAGE DAIRY CO.
One Hundred and S n
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES
TI-ICMAS Se COMPANY
235 S. Main Street
Jewelry Ek Wfzttches
BEAGLES BEAUTY SALQN
28-Z9 American-First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 519
So Robo says-
I know I ain't no shining star.
I know how ugly my face are.
But I don't mind it,
I gets behind it.
Folks out in front they gets the jar.
"Some chicken. eh?"
"Yeh, almost fowl."
"I thought there was a slip somewhere."
said Gretchen as she searched the bureau
Drinks, Candies, Nuts
Brick Ice Cream for
Corner Front Sz Main Streets
VVC extend our Best Wislies to the
nianagement for long life and pros-
perity of Findlay College.
XV. Crawford Street
Phone 42 Findlay, O.
Fern Thomas says-"Isn't it odd-no
matter what else may happen if one's name
is not in the joke column they think they
are a flop." V
Aileen Cbeing lectured by Grzmdmal
"Well, anyhow I've heard the girls of your
period set their caps at men."
Grandma-"But not their knee caps."
Kate-"Oh, bother! They haven't put
enough hooks on this dress."
Martha-"Dont worry there will he
plenty of eyes on it."
r Young Men
Wilson Bros. Furnishings
mired and Eighl
Get a load of this-Once upon a time six
co-eds met in thc gab-room and talked for
one hour and never once mentioned the
Little Gretchen-"Mama, I have such ri
surprise for you!"
Mania-"What is it, darling?"
L. G.-"I've swallowed a nail."
Frosh-"I-Iavc you any thumb racks?"
Second nit-wit-"Naw, but I have some
Ready to Serve You
NVQ curry one of the largest and most
complete stocks of Diamonds, VVatehe5
and jewelry in Findlay. Drop in and see
O. B. MARVIN SL CO.
Opposite Court House
THE CHIC FARMERS INSURANCE CO.
OF LCROY, OHIO
OI-lIO'S OLDEST AND BEST COMPANY
J. C. SPENCER, Local Agent
228 BUCKEYE-COMMERCIAL BANK BUILDING
TRUCKS Kc COMMERCIAL CARS
A. E. BRANDEBERRY
124 East Main Cross Street
Fostoria, Upper Sandusky
One Hu d er! and N
3 ooo g Save the BARNHART
ffm -f fio wn Coupons FUNERAL HOME
,f ""IqLJ, and
5 ff,2d"YC0ff,ifR'sPi"ffi, : Coffee
Roasted fresh daily
TEA AND SPICE CO.
ASK YOUR GROCER Friendly Service
E Publishing U N I Q U E
C""'Pa"y AND MDDEDN
DDI NTI N G
PLYMQUTI-I FARGO TRUCKS
"65" - - "75" - - "Imperial"
MQDERN MCTOR SALES CO.
208 XY. Crawford Street Phone 2352
THE GHIO OIL CGMPANY
A thousand thrills in every show
VVhat true American doesn't like action
anti out-door pictures I I I
They help you through your business
worries ! l l
Norm Cpassionatelyj-"I must marry
you - - - beloved."
Ruth Shank - "But have you seen
Norm-"Yes-often-but I love you
just the same."
Tobacco is a dirty weed.
I like iti
It satisfies no normal need.
I like it!
It makes you thin. it makes you lean,
It takes the hair right right off your bean
Its the worst darn stuff I ever seen-
I like itl
Are You a Thunhardf-
Il' a male goose we call a gander.
A male moose must be a mander.
If one who fails is a failure.
Then one who quails is a quailurc.
If a female duke is a duchess.
A female spook must be a spuchess.
If drinking too hard makes a drunkard.
Then thinking too hard makes a thunkard.
--Boston Transcript, which credits the first
of the above verses to "Exchange"
G. R. THOMPSON SL SON
Diamonds, Vlfatches, Jewelry
and Optical Goods
-IEWIELERS :-: OPTICIANS
107 COURT PLACE, FINDLAY. O.
To the Graduate:
The Rexall Store
Now we know what ails Buttermore--
"1-Xltho there are many diseases prevalent
in this country, by far the commonest is high
blonde pressure."-Jack O'Lantern.
Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
When apples are ripe:
Onions have an awful odor.
I-lah! Hah! Caldwell-
I eat my peas with honey,
I done it all my life:
They do taste kind of funny
But it keeps them on my knife.
A drink in time will save nine, if it's Wood
Give a girl an inch and she will make a
dress of it.
Whom the juries would acquit they tirst
Gold digger's version: Nobody loves a flat
Blood is thicker than water, but neither
can touch post-oflice ink.
From the maxims of a cave man: Faint
clout never won fair lady.
An honest confession is good for the soul.
also for a front-page story.-Boston Tran-
FOR GOOD SHOES
"W'e Fit Your Feet First"
Om: Hundred and Twelve
U L D
David Kirk Sons Sz Co., Ltd.
We carry a complete line of
on the popular priced
BUCK 'EYE HARDXVA
AH I l I
Barber-"I-Inven't I shaved you before.
Helpless-"No, I got those scars in
Beauty is often only skin dope.
RE "Card sharks," observed a saucy sopho-
more, after a ride with one of her boy
friends, "aren't by any means the only peo-
ple who must sometimes hold bad hands."
MADE IN FINDLAY
T U R P O
TH E TURPENTI NE OINTM ENT
DR. DRAKE' GLESSCO
KEEN Sl-IAVING KREEM
Three Reliable Products Which
Help Make Findlay Famous
THE GLESSNER CO.
Harvesting the Howler Crop.-From
schoolboys' science papers:
The earth makes a resolution every
The difference between air and water is
that air can be made wetter and water can
We are now the masters of steam and ec-
Things that are equal to each other are
equal to anything else.
Gravity is chiefly noticeable in the autumn,
when the apples are falling from the trees.
The axis of the earth is an imaginary line
on which the earth takes its daily routine.
A parallel straight line is one which if
produced to meet itself does not meet.
Electricity and lightning are of the same
nature, the only difference being that light'
ning is often several miles long while elec-
tricity is only a few inches.-Boston Tran-
The Tron! 53 06763077 0.
411 SOUTH BTATN STREET
THE HOME OF GOOD FURNITURE SINCE 1886
O7 ll imlred und lfourlt' n
FlllNl LAY CC LLEGE '
COURSES OF STUDY
Classical Scientilic Theological Business
Academic Music Oratory
'NVQ-YEAR COURSES ARTICULATING XVITH
Tl-IE LEAIJING UNIVERSITIES
Pre-I..ztw llre-llfledic Pre-Dental
l'1'ofession:Ll 'lSCZlCl'lCl',S Course Approvecl by the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction, leading to the Degree- of Bachelor of Arts
H. L. Allen, A. B., Ped. M., M. A., Pres.
'lllie Largest Faculty in the History of the College
and livery lY',l'U'l-CSSQJI' Holding Z1 Master of Arts Degree
Good Facilities Send for Catalogue
Om' Hundred n
TWIN LOAF CAKES DAWN DONUTS
532 S. MAIN ST. PHONE MAIN 18
"Ask Your Grocer"
"One of us is a cheat."
"What do you mean?"
"Wh t I F' ' I h
d The Crystal
a say. ive minutes ago a a
Hfth ace in my pocket and now its gone."
"Milly changed her mind last night."
"How do you know?"
"She came back from a car ride with
Bama: "What do you do when in doubt
about kissing a girl?"
Roberts: "Give her the benefit of
t Q Niles Bldg. E. Sandusky sf.
Send your sweaters here to us,
Save the bother and the fuss-
NVl1at a joy it is to know
Sweaters can be cleaned just so!
BIS H o ws Q
K, 1 1 -
GIS-SOUTH MAIN STREET-619
It isn't the girl with a rep.
Who turns out to have lots of pep,
It's the girl who is shy
That you'l1 find when you try,
VVho snuggles up close 'n says,
Who made Lydia Pinkham the big pill
that she was?
He told me he was a big frat man from
Penn State and last week I found out the
State Pen wants him back.
THE A. E. DORSEY COMPANY
ndrrrl and Sixteen
require dresses and
accessories that help
to make the occasion
memorable. May we
suggest that you
Dl.Sfl-VICIIIUE Gifts for Commencement
Plotts and Sausser
Battery and Electrical VVork
210 E. Sandusky St.
Phone Main 402
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
Family Washings and
200 E. CRAWFORD ST. PHONE 75
A Short Story
Bidding good evening night after night,
She saw him growing more polite.
She watched the dying of a dream.
And mingled tears with cleansing cream.
Sweet Young Thing: "Did you make
the football team?"
Blauvelt: "No they had it."
"This is Gus."
"Ohl Can't you Cius who?"
Schultz: "Didja see that girl smile at me.
Weist: "Yeah: and its darn funny she
didn't laugh out loud."
Buttermore: "Do you believe in hypno-
Martha Rice: "Oh! You don't need to go
Russ: "That girl that just passed us lives
next door and you didn't even tip your hat."
Dub: "Gee, l didn't recognize her when
she was dressed."
QUALITY ABOVE ALL
l-IERFF-JONES COMPA Y
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY
OFFICIAL JEVVELERS TO FINDLAY COLLEGE
One Hundred and Sui. t
FREE TIRE SERVICE
THE DIXIE TIRE SHOP, Inc.
316-318 N. MAIN STREET
325.00 - 035.00
HUGHES CARIVIENT CLEANING CO.
112 NVest Front Street
Whafs Wrong With This?
"Heres a painting of Lady Godiva."
"Gee, boy, isn't that a beautiful horse."
Louie: "Do you know that a woman is
relatively stronger than a horse?"
Dub: "Can't say. I never dated a horse."
Burglar-Where ya' been?
Partner-Robbin' a frat house.
If love makes the world go 'round no
The Co-eds Lament
A guy we hate
'Tis Oscar Scribs
He always tries
To count our ribs.
He: I can read you like a book.
She: Yeah, thanks to Braille.
Norm: "Witlaer away with them shears?"
Beck: "Cuttin' classes today, goofl"
Say, Borts, remember cabbage is a food:
wonder Paul Beck acts dizzy. don't smoke it!
BETA PHI SICS
O lluld dlfll
BRICKBTAN and LEYAN
Buckeye Bank Bldg., Findlay, O.
THE ATHLETIC SUPPLY CO.
High School and College Outftters
Toledo and Columbus
Miss Dreitzler: "Mr. Hutton, what is an "How did the wedding go off?"
octaroon?" "Fine, until the parson asked the bride if
Bob: "An eight sided cuspidorf' she'd obey her husband."
-1 "Then what?"
E Love me a little, love mc lots: "She said, 'Do you thing I'm crazy? and
I'll throw you flowers, the groom. who was in 21 sort of daze, re-
In flower pots. plied. 'I do'."
THE HANNA - PORE COMPANY
WHIPPETS -- WILLYS KNIGHTS
PHONE l6U2 215 YN. MAIN CROSS ST.
LYBARGER MOTOR VVALL PAPER
XVe feature Quality, Service
Pztint Products and Art Supplies
Studebaker Automo 1es
lil' KELLY'S PAINT AND
531 S. Main St. Arcade Bldg.
FLNDLAY, OHIO 628 S. Main sl. Tel. Main 343
FINDLAY'S FINEST PLAYI-IOUSE
X!VOl'lCl'S Greatest Motion Pictures
AT POPULAR PRICES
Canary Birds Florsheim
CAGES and SUPPLIES Frlendly EWG
,, . . Lion Brand
.lry Our Special Mixed Canary Seed
TIPPIN'S S H 0 E S
' For Men and Boys
I ' ARNOLD BOOT SHOP
Fmdlay 01110 536 s. MAIN STREET
To be poor is no disgrace-provided no ,
one knows ir.-Life. C0mp11mentS
Voice over counter-"Gimme the pro-
Tony Cabsentlyjr "On white bread or
Advice to Seashore visitors-never hit a
mam when he is brown.
1E122C??'fexgEliii'iiiifiii-f" A ce RESTAURANTS
K. DEAEVIS Compliments
The Northwestern Mutual of
Life Insurance Company
212-214 Ewfng Building
FINDLAY, OHIO An Alumnus
O II I1 Il
GARAGE AND AUTO SERVICE
SWILS Sou ICC
I C1 y
The Nwbh I,1Xll'10StOl'I SILICIIO
201 417 5
THE NATIONAL LIME AND
PRODUCERS OF HIGH QUALITY LIME
1 INISHIIXK MASQNS M RICULTURE
CRUSHED STONE FOR ALL PURPOSES
I ULXRUS LEW ISI URC' I IM X
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II7- 19 East SZIIICIIISICY Fin Ia , Ohio
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GENERAL OFFICES, FINDLAY, OHIO
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Arnold Boot Shop .,......,.
Athletic Supply Co. ....,..,...
Barnhart's Funeral Home .... L
E-eagle's Beauty Salon ......W.,
Beta Phi Fraternity ......,,..
Brandeberry Sales Co. .,.,. .
Brickman and Levan .....
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Buckeye Laundry .......... L .,.............r.
Buffet and Interurban Restaurants ,..,...r ,L, ,.-.-,,
Canton Engraving and Electrotypc Co
Central Drug Store ..,......,.............,......
Chrysler Motor Sales Co. L. ......., .LL
Cooper Corporation ...,..,r
Crystal Shoe Parlors ..,..
David Kirk and Sons ,........
Davis Insurance Agency ..,.,..,.r
Dixie Tire Shop .......r, LLL .,,,.... -
Dorsey Co. .................., L ,.....,,.,,....
Findlay Coffee. Tea, and Spice Co.
Findlay College . .......,......,...,.rr..,,.. .
Findlay Printing and Supply Co. .... .
Glcssner Co. .,....................,..,......, .
Hanna-Pore Co. ..... ........... .
Hanna Drug Store .... LL .,..... .
Harris Theatre . ....,... .
Herff-Jones Co. ........ .L
Hughes Dry Cleaning LL .,......,. .L
Kanel's Clothing Store ,,..........r,....
Kelly's Wall Paper and Paint Store
Kidwell Printing Shop ,,,,.....,....,.-,
Livingston's Studio ........,..,,,,......
Little Chef T Rooms .t.......
Lybarger Motor Sales Co. ..... .
Lyceum Theatre ................
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Ohio Oil Co.
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Parker Lumber Co. .......,..., L
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Platt and Banker Millinery ......
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Rumrne1's Garage and Sales Co. .L
Sanitary Dye and Cleaning .....,
Spencer Insurance Agency ..... .
Switzer's Bakery .....,..,..,..,,. .
Thompson's Jewelry ..,,.....,.,.
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