University of Findlay - Argus Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1933
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Ruth Ellen Woolcott .
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THE JUNIOR CLASS
O OUR BELOVED EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, MISS
MYRTLE DEIvIING',,FOR I-IER LONG YEARS OE
PATIENT SERVICE, EOR I-IER CAPACITY AND WILL-
INGNESS T0 SI-IARETI-IE BURDENS OE OTI-IERS, EGR
I-IER UNQUENCI-IABLE SPARK CDE CI-IEEREULNESS IN
TI-IE FACE OE OVERWHELMING GBSTACLES, WE,
TI-IE CLASS OE I934, DO AEEECTIONATELY AND
GRATEFULLY DEDICATE TI-IIS ARGUS. ff ' ff PP
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SERVE AS A TANOIBLE LINK BETWEEN COL-
LEGE DAYS AND TI-IE DIVERSE WAYS OE BUSINESS
LIFE. ff ff PP IE, TI-IIRTY YEARS I-IENCE, IT SI-IOULD RE-
CALL TO A READER SOIVIE PLEASANT INCIDENT, OR
WORTI-IY DEED, OR EOROOTTEN ERIENDSI-IIP, OUR
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HERE had been agiTaTion Tor a denorninaTional
college supporTed by The Church oT Cod 'Tor Two
decades prior To lvlay, I88I, aT which Time deTin'iTe
sTeps were TirsT Talcen. ATTer nnuch negoTiaTion, Find-
lay was selecTed as The siTe, and The cornersTone was
laid in l884. PP if PP The presenT campus was Then a
heavily wooded secTion, wiTh'no surrounding dwell!
ings. The college has since passed Through a varieTy
oT diTliculTies, and iTs survival and ulTin'1aTe achieve-
menT oT success is an indicaTion oT The undying loyalTy
oT The church supporTing iTi Pf PP -Pr won her
recogniTion TirsT on April 4, l93 I, when she was ad-,
n'iiTTed inTo The Ohio AssociaTion oT Colleges: and
again on April 2 I, I933 on ioining and being accrediT-1 g W
ed by The NorTh CenTral AssociaTion oT Colleges and 4
UniversiTies. ff ff PP D T N -
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BGARD OF TRUSTEES
PRESIDENT HOMER DUNATHAN
FIFTY years have conTrilouTed To The prep-
araTion oT This parTicular greeTing. IT
should have come lasT year. IT rnighT have
corne neXT year. lT has come This year. l-lere
iT is. 'P W rf l-learTiesT greeTings and rnosT
meaningTul, good wishes To The Findlay
College STudenTs oT The crowning year
Hail To you, Tor progress made and
l-lail To Findlay, Tor goals reached and
We have lighTed a Torch. The way ahead is
brighT, There are no shadows. lT is The glory
as oT midday. T7 PP ff l-low Tar ahead can
you see? PP PP D lsn'T liTe greaT? ff PP
HOMER R. DUNATHAN
PresidenT DunaThan re-
ceived his A. B. aT Findlay,
I9l7g his lvl. A. aT Colum-
loia, l927, and is pursuing
graduaTe sTudy TurTher aT
Ohio 'STaTe UniversiTy.
ATTer exTensive public
school supervisory worlc he
loecame presidenT oT
Findlay College in l929,
and has labored Tirelessly
in her loehalT ever since.
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Carroll A. Morey
Professor of Chemisfry
A. B., Oberlin College
lvl. Se., Universify of Colorado
Ph. D. parfial, Universify of Chicago
Dean of Women
Professor of English
A. B., Oberlin College
A. lvl., Oberlin College
Ph. D. res., Columbia Universify
Rayrnonol lvl. Oonso
Dean of Men
Professor of Philosophy
A. B., Finollay College
A. lvl., Yale Universify
Ph. D. res., Yale Universify
Roberl A. l-lonn
Professor of Psychology 'A
A. B., Johnson Bible College
M. T. l-l., Johnson Bible College
B. C. S., Soulhweslern Normal
M. A., Universily of Michigan
Ph. D., Universily of Michigan
William C. Levan
Professor of Biology ,
A. B., DePauw Universily
A. M., Universily of Michigan
Ph. D., Universily of Pennsylvania
James R. Mock
Professor of l-lislory
A. B., DePauw Universily
M. A., Universily ol Wisconsin
Ph. D., Universily of Wis ' J
Ralph E. l-leiges
Professor of Polilical Science
A. B., Ursinus College
A. M., Columbia Universily
Ph. D., Columbia Universilry
Roy J. Werlheim
Professor of Romance Languages
A. B., Ohio Srare Universily
A. M., Chicago Universily
Yale K. Rools
Professor of Physics and lvlalhemalics
B. S., Woosler
lvl. A., New Yorlc Universily
Ph. D. res., New York Universily
Professor of Theology ancl Greek
A. B., Findlay College
B. Th., Princelon l
lvl. Th., Princelon
W. A. Bair l
Professor of Educalion
A. B., Findlay College P
lvl. A., Ohio Slale Universily
Ph. D. res., Ohio Slale Universiiy ,A
V James L. Deming
Professor of English
IA. N., Cincinnali Universiiy
M. A., Belhany College ff
lvl. A., Yale Universily '
Ph. D., work compleled al Yale '
Sluarl K. Holcomb
Direclor of Physical Educalion
A. B., Ohio Srale Universily
Librarian and Eacul+y'Secre+ary I
I B. S., Ohio Norlhern Universily
Rulh Ellen Woolcoll
Direclor of Dramalics and Public Speaking
A. B., Wes+ern Maryland College
London Universily, England
Direclor o1cSJrring lnslrurnenl'
lnslilule of Musical Ari
Acling Direclor of Conservalory
Graduale Dunmire School of Music
A. B., Findlay College
B. Mu., Findlay College
Direclor of Vocal Music
A. B., Nebraska Weslern
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lns+ruc+or ol: Pipe Crgan
Findlay College Conservalory
lnslruclor ol Piano
B. Mu., Findlay College
lnslruclor of Piano
Jolwn W. Wlwisler
A. B., Findlay College
lvl. A., Findlay College
Findlay College Commerce School
Findlay Business College
E. E. lvlagoon
Direclror of Commercial Deparlmenl
A. B., Findlay College
Findlay Business College
SHADOWS ON THE DOOR
HE PREXY SAYS GOODBYE
Presiderw SeniorClassq Chair-
man Dramafic Club, 41 AH1-
lelric Edi+or Argus, 33 Sfuderfr
Council, 47 ArisJro+eIian LiJrer-
ary Socie+y, I-2-3.
C L O Y D
Y. W. C. A.. 4 yrs.: Srucle-nr
Volunreers, 4 yrs.: Arisrore-
Ilan Lire-rary Socielry, I-2-31
Dramaribc Club, 43 Archery
Club, 33 "Pandora's Box."
l 5 'if' C 5
i X C " ,Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., Cabinel,
3-41 Arislrolelian Lilerary So-
ciery, I-2-31 Pre-Siuenii Dra-
mafic Club, 4, Rambling Pep-
pers, 3, Presidenl Arislrols, 4,
pianisl, 2, criric, Ig Sludenl
Council, 2-4, Argus Lilerary
Eclilor, 2, Snapslwol Ediror, 31
Glee Club, I-33 SeC'y-'l'reas-
urer of Class, 3, May Queen
Q X ff: It
B E A C H
Foolball, 2-33 Tackle of Cham-
pionship Team of l926g Bas-
lcelball, 33 Allendecl Bowling
Green College summers of
'30, '3l, '32,
Preside-n+ Aris+oJrs, 23 Chap-
lin, I-33 PresiclenJr S+uden+
Volurfreers, 2-31 Peace Cra-
Jrion Winner'gAxAX3g S+udenJr
B E A R D
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E A RD
Girls' Glee Club, Ig Arislo
lelian Clwaplin, lgVarsi+y Bas
lcelball, Ig Clworus, 2-33 Y. W
C. A. Cabinel, 2-31 lvlinisle
rial Associalion, 4 yrs., Sec
relary, 27 Debale Club, 2
Peace Oralion Winner, 2.
Class Treasurer, I, Vice-Presb
clenl, 3, Peranian, I-2-31
Foolbell, 4 yrs.: Baslcelball, l-
Zg Baseball, I-2, Argus arlisl,
2-33 Sluclenl Council Presi-
denl, 3: Presidenl Debale
Club, 3, Clmorus, I-25, Y. lvl.
C. A., l-2: Publicily Slaall, I-
2-3q "Ba'rrreHs of Wimpole
Siudeni Council, 2, Argus
I-lumor Edifor, 3: Chorus, I-
2g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2-33
Presidenf Pi Epsilon Pi, 33
Rarnblingpeppers, 33 Arisfo-
Telian Liferary Socie'ry, I-2-
33 Baske+ball, I-2, May
Queen Aifenoianf, 2-33 Prei-
+ies+ Co-Ed, 2-3.
Varsify Baskefball, Ig Peren-
ian, 4 yrs.gQY. W. C. A., 4
yrs.: Chorus, 4 yrs.: Peranian
Secrefary, 23 "Second Child-
hoocl,"W 23 "Pa+'s Malrrimonial
Troubles," 3. A
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Foolball, I-2-3, Y. MI C. A.,
4 yrs., Secly-Treas., I, Presi-
elenl, 23 Sporl Ecliror Orange
Peal, 23 Arislol Treasurer, Ig
lvlinislerial Associalion, 4
yrs., Baseball, 4.
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., Cabinel,
2, Vice-Presiclenlr, 3, Presi-
clenl, 43 Glee Club, lg "Pan
on a Summer's Day," 23 "Sec:-
ond Cl1ildl'1ood," 2, Fealure
Eclilor ol Argus, 33 May
Queen Allenclanl, 3, Einslein
Club, 3, Sluclenl Council, 3-
4, "The Open Road," 4.
f H E R
Minisferial Associaion, 4
yrs.: S+uden+ Volunfeer, I-2-
33 Y. M. C. A., I-2-33 Arisfo-
felian Liferary Socie+y, I-2-31
Baskefball B Team, 4 yrs.:
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs.: Arislo-
lellan Lilerary Sociely, I-2-
3gCap ancl Dagger Dramalic
Club, 41 Rambling Peppers,
3: Varsily Baskelball, lg Rec-
realion Club, lg Archery
Club, Ig Secrelary of Senior
L E E
Y. M. C. A., 4 yrs.: Cabinet
21 Srudenlr Volunlreer, 4 yrs.:
Arisfof, I-2-33 "The l3H1
Chair," 23 Baskerball, 37 Or-
ange Peel S+aPF, I-23 Chorus,
Fooiball, I-27 Y. M. C. A.,
4 yrs.gCabihe+, 3gClass Vice- I
President 33 Siucleni Coun-
cil, 43 Eins1'ein .Club Vice-
Presicieni, 3, Presicleni, 4.
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Assisfanlr in General Chemis-
Jrry, 23 Assisfanlr in Organic
Clwemisfry, 3-41 Aris+o+elian
Liferary Sociefy, 3-43 Einslrein
Club, 3-43 Vice-Presiclen+ Bio-
Chemical Club, 423
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., Vice-
Presiclenl, 43 Arislol, I-2-3:
Sluclenl Council, 31 Arislol
Secrelary, 31 "Pals First" 31
Cap and Dagger, 43 Ram-
bling Peppers, 3-43 May
S T A
E S T A
W. C. A.
Li+e-rary Soci Jry I 23 G I
VarsI+y Tenni 34
f 1 ci af-Q ll O 1
BMW' ? 411 X'
fl 4: Mall
Foolrball, 4 yrs.: Baslcelball, 4
I yrs.: Baseball, 4 yrs.: Class
Secrelary, 2: "Jean Marie," l
4: Presiclenl Cap and Dag-
ger, 4: Y. M. C. A., 4 yrs.:
Secrelary of Arislolelian LH-
erary Socielry, 3-4.
H U G H
I .., ,
Arislolelian Lilerary Sociely,
I-2-33 Debale Club, 23 Good
Will Team, I-2-33 Dramalic
Gracluaring in Music: Chorus,
3 yrs.: 0rcl'1es+ra, 3 yrs.:
Band,3g RmmbHng Peppem,
3: Arisjrorelian Lilrerary Soci-
e+y,I-21 HThe hAesdahf' 23
"Rose Maiden," 3: Conserv-
Sludenl Council, 2-3, Dra-
malic Club, 4, "Craig's
Wife", "Wl1a+ Happened +0
Jones"g"Tl1e Barrels of Wim-
pole S+ree+": Foollaall, I-21
Baslcelball, li Varsily Base-
ball, 4 yrs.: Foolball Man-
ager, 3-41 Peranian Vice-
Presidenl, 43 Y. lvl. C. A.
Cabinet I-2-37 Argus Sporl
Orclwesjrra Pianisi, 4 yrs.,
Chorus, I-2-3, Chapel Pian
is+ I-2-3, Y. W. C. A., 4
yrs.: Peranian Liierary Soci-
eiy, 4 yrs., Peranian Secre
Jrary, 2, Class Reporjrer, I.
Arisfofelian Liferary Socie-Ty,
I-2-31 Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs.:
Rambling Peppers, 3-43 Cap
and Dagger, 4.
Transfer from Jrlwe Women's
College ol Jrlwe Universily of
Norllw Carolina: Y. W. C. A.,
41 Clfmorus, 4: Conservelory
Qrclmeslra, 41 Chapel Or-
R OAY ER
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., Secre
Jrary, 3, Cabinel, 4, Perannan
Lilerary Sociely, 4 yrs., Sec-
relrary, 2, Vice-President 33
Clworus, 4 yrs., Bio-Chemical
Club, 43 Cap and Daqqer, 4,
Treasurer, 4, Rambling Pep-
pers, 3-4, Class Vice-Presh
dent May Day Pxllrenolanl
"Wl1a+l-lappened +0 Jones,'
2, "The Open Road," 4.
Aris1'oJre-Ilan Liferary Sociefy,
I-2-33 Cap and Dagger, 43
Mod Popular Co-Ed, 23 Ram-
bling Peppers, 3.
I 'xqnf-"' V
S N O"
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., secre-
Jrary, 2, Cabinel, 2-3-43 Aris-
lolelian Lilerary Sociely, l-
2-3g Secrelary, 3, Cap and
Dagger, 43 Sluclenl Council
Secrelary, 31 Debale Club,
23 Eclilor-in-Clwiel of The Ar-
gus, 31 Prelliesl Co-Ed, 4
Rambling Peppers, 3gGrcl1es-
fra, lg May Queen Allen-
Fodrball, 4 yrs.: Baske+loall, I-
Z: Tennis, lg Vice-Presidenf
Debafe Club, 23 Arisfdrelian
Life-rary Socielry, I-2-33 "Pals
First" 33 Cap and Dagger, 4.
Foolball, 4 yrs., Caplaln, 41 3
Vice-Presiolenl Einslein Club,
31 Bio-Chemical Club, 43 Cap
and Dagger, 41 "Barrels of
Wimpole Slree-l," 43 Base-
ball, l-Zgfxrislolelian Lilerary
Sociely, I -2-3.
5 A i
Rambling Peppers, Presi-
cienr, 43 Chorus, 3-43 Band,
3-43 Y. M. C. A., 3-43 Minis-
Jrerial Associarion, 3-43
"Wi1a+i-lappened ro Jones,"
33 Traek, 3-43 Cross-Couniry
Track, 43 lnrrarnural Basker-
ball and Fooiball, 3-43 Per-
anian Lilrerary Socieiy, 33
Siudeni Voiunieer, 3-4.
H A R,V
Class President 2-31 Arislol
Presiclenl, 2,1 Sluclenl Coun-
cil Vice-Presiclenl, 2, Presi-
clenl, 33 Class Reporler, 43
Foolball, l-2-31 Baslcelball, 4
yrs., B Tearng Baseball Varsily,
l-2, Caplain, 3-43 Einslein
Y. W. C. A., 4 yrs., Cabinet 9
3-4, Treasurer, 41 Arisfofe-
Ilan Liferary Socie+y, I-2-33 V
Glee Club, lg"Pan on a Sum- A1
mer Day," 23 Cap and Dag- st1
ger, 4, Treasurer of Senior rr-"--"
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Now ussEN zos, THESE DUES
HERE'S A SPIRITED BUNCH ff ff ff ss
HAT wiTh being responsible in The adminisTraTion oT several
organizaTions oT The school, members oT The Junior class have
had guiTe a busy year oT iT. This year more Than ever, has The bulk oT
responsibiliTy in ac:TiviTies Tallen upon The Juniors, and as usual, They
have come Through in good sTyle. 'P PP ff The class oT '34 has been one
oT The besT spiriTed classes To pass Through Findlay's halls, and will
leave aT graduaTion nexT year, a Truly proud record. D D D
FirsT row: Mable SmiTh, Guess, Hauman, Gohlke, Gardner, Phillips, Eimas, ArmbrechT, ZumpTT, and Shank. f'
Second row: Madeline SmiTh, MclnTyre, Davis, Cramer, Bishop, Halderman, Marquai-T, Royer, Marzohf, Schulfz,
Zinzer, Bricker, Jacobs, HoTTman, and Whisler. " Third row: Chambers, Reamsnyder, Dukes, Correll, Treece,
Musgrave, NewTon, PeTers, Snyder, Conzola, McGraTh, Haas, Guyer, and Fahl.
N ns Feel'
mares. bl' lf
no less Than 6
scrap ol The
aT Tlie close T
going job aT
and Tasks The
all il did. TT
Qfeal many i
Conlinue To G
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'5l'0n of several
lunior class have ll T
'. has The hulloT T
id as usual, Tliey L y
'34 has been one ,
fs halls, and will l
uv ii ii ,
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arl' Rcryriemr, Mar1olT. Sfhulllr
dei: Dulres. Cowell' Tfeece' ,
THE CLASS OF 1934
N ITS Freshman year, The Class oT '34 sTarTled everyone, especially The Sopho-
mores, by revolTing againsT some oT The indigniTies heaped upon iT. There were
less Than a halT-dozen piTched baTTles aT various poinTs on The campus, as an
ex ression oT The deTiance riTe among The Frosh. The mosT vigorous imprompTu
scrap oT The year occurred in The Y. lvl. rooms, when The ouTnumbered Sopho-
mores became panic-sTriclcen and rang in The upperclassmen. A very lively
TiTTeen minuTes was enioyed by all, alThough The upperclassmen held The paddles
aT The close oT The TesTiviTies. And They all wenT on The carpeT TogeTher. TT 77 PP
SpiriTed Freshmen malce good Sophomores, and This class did a very Thorough-
going iob oT inTroducing The succeeding class To college liTe. Tempered a biT by
. . .. . Cl yes
res onsibiliTy, The class plunged deeply inTo acTiviTies, assuming many u i
and Taslcs ThaT mighT have been avoided, and lending vigor and enThusiasm To
all iT did. The aThleTic sTrengTh oT The Class oT '34 had proved iTselT, and a
greaT many varsiTy sTaTions were securely held by iTs members. ln music, schol-
arship, clubs, dramaTics, in everyThing, The class Torged ahead, Training iTselT
Tor leadership. PP PP PP Now, as Juniors, This group has won iTs laurels, and will
conTinue To climb To bigger and beTTer goals, during iTs Tinal year. ff D D The
oTTicers, who worlced well and long, were George McDonald, presidenT3 CarlTon
' ' E lflei es,
Briclcer, vice-presidenT, Zoe Bishop, secreTary-Treasurer, and ProT. R. . g
advisor. up 7: as 7: nr
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A POTLESS FRESHMAN
GETS AN INVITATION
THEY HAD TO TAKE IT, BECAUSE . . .
CLASS Jrhar gol The surprise of ils life was Jrhal of l935, a group
whose dominance in Frosh-Soph allairs rhis year, had never been
challenged. PP PP ff As Freshmen, Jrhis class had been far from subserv-
ienr ro Sophomore sugqeslions, and Jrhe upperclassmen had smiled
Jroleranrly and rubbed lheir hands in pleasanr expecralion when excire-
menl seemed lo be in The orling. Nor were Jrhey disappoinled. PP PP
Firsl' row: Troul, Funk, Burley, Block, McMillan, Perry, Copeland, Schlecly, Sloll, Mello'H, Karvasales, Kohr, and
Jones. rf Second row: H. Hagqerry, L. Haggerry, Fosrer, Widen, Shuclc, Frederick, Pefers, Moore, Beck,
Traxler, Caldwell, Myers, Galloway, Hybarger, Brewsler, Hoy, and Crow. 9 Third row: R. Phillips, Cole, Burr,
Maiggopy Mirchell, McCoy, Dunlap, Thomas, Winger, Baker, Marlin, Behney, Fenimore, Roller, lnsley, Mauer,
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Grief fo be
prise. Bul ill
had yel beer
willioul a Q0
Failinq in an
of l935, a group i'
. had never been r
Tar from sulvserv- '
smen had smiled i
iTion when exciTe- '
ppoinTed. rr rr T
lloTT, Karvasales, Kohr, and '
-fclr, Pefers, Moore, Becl, '
aw: R. Phillips, Cole, Burr,
are, Roller, lnsley, Mauer,
THE CLASS OF 1935
l-lF skirmishes beTween The Freshmen and Sophomores lasT year were more
subTle and reTined Than Those which preceded Them. Being TeaTured by un-
expecTed rides inTo The counTry, and long walks back, The class +il+s did noT
appear To be mainTaining The TradiTional sTandard oT vigor and earnesT enTer-
prise. BuT There was more rivalry Than meT The eye, and This guerrilla Type oT
combaT seemed To be as poTenT an insTrumenT oT correcTion and adiusTmenT as
had yeT been Tound. D rf PP The year was noT To be goTTen Through, however,
wiThouT a good old-Tashioned Tussle, which occurred when a group oT Sopho-
mores Tound, guiTe by accidenT, a group oT Freshmen wiThouT Their poT caps.
Failing in an aTTempT To paddle The insubordinaTes in an orThodox way, The
Sophs reTurned presenTly wiTh overwhelming reinTorcemenTs, and iT was only
The unToward appearance oT a TaculTy member ThaT Turned an inTeresTing
session inTo an inTer-class debaTe. D TT PP This year's oTl7icers: Glen SchlechTy,
George SToll, Gladys lV1elloT, and Eugene Copeland, led The class Through an
unevenTTul year: unevenTTul unTil Field Day, when Things happened so TasT ThaT
The Sophomores were exTremely bewildered, and a Tew oT Them sTill are. ff ff
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The Class of T935 mourns a deparTed comrade
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. . THESE FOLKS WERE HANDING IT OUT
NE ol lhe mosl promising classes ever lo enroll al Findlay is The
Class of l93o, a large group, and one lhal combines many ol
lhe linesl apililies anyone could aslc. This class sprang al once inlo lhe
lronl ranks in alhlelics, scholarship, music, dramalics, and in lacl, all
of Jrhe aclivilies of lhe school. Nor does il appear lo have losl any ol
ils enlhusiasm and inleresl, aller a year's service, il is deslined for
big Jrhings. ff PP PP PP
Firsi' row: Calabreese, Barlcer, Ebersole, Gohllce, Clopper, Franlcs, Kurlz, l-lullle, Richards, Wehr, Dendlinger,
and Howell. 'P Second row: Rodebaugh, Bushong, Beclc, Tinsman, Agner, Glick, l-losafros, Coleman, Cole,
Gaver, Tuflle, Robinson, Maxwell, Groman, and l-luslon. 'P Third row: Blackburn, Gralz, DeWeiss, Caslcey,
Beach, Myers, Leonard, Plosl, Sloul, Poole, l-leadworfh, Wagner, Wilcox, Slaley. Moyer, and Schrader. 'P
Fourfh row: Peck, Morrison, Biddinger, Slreef, l-lirsimalci, Lanning, G. S'rou+, Slreib, D. Ar brechl, E. Beach.
Lanclerly, Knisley, Deshler, Declcard, Wells, Taylor, Wallen, Knighl, Ensign, and Clapper.
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THE CLASS CF 1936
UT The class had one TraiT ThaT occasioned no liTTle worry To cerTain oT The
upperclassmen, TowiT: The Frosh were The meelcesT lambs ThaT ever gam-
boled on The campus. They wore Their poTs, rendered The TradiTional Freshman
services, and oTTered no oTTense To anyone, parTicularly To The Sophomores.
ThaT was The Trouble, They were Too nice, and many an upperclass veTeran oT
class rushes wagged his head and sadly expressed The Tear ThaT The Technique
oT arTisTic paddling would become a TorgoTTen arT. PP PP PP lv1osT oT The Frosh
even wore Their poTs during The winTer season, when They didn'T have To, and
when poT-Time came, wiTh The inTerminable spring rain, There was noT a single
consciencious obiecTor. BUT whaT wiTh Clean-Up Day in The oTTing, The Sophs
consoled Themselves wiTh The ThoughT ThaT ThaT Tracas would give Them a liTTle
work-ouT. lT'dicl! PP PP PP All barriers were down, Clean-Up Day: The proTessors
even removegd Their neclcTies, when The sTudenTs poliTely. hinTed ThaT They pre-
Terred iT. Aprer The campus work was done, and lunch eaTen, The class rushes
began. The Frosh seT an all-Time record in The Sack Rush, capTuring eighT oT The
nine sacks, ang generally discouraging Sophomore inTeresT in The oTher evenTs.
The Sophs won The Flag Rush, leaving a liTTer oT Torn shirTs and Trousers in Their
wake. Then The Frosh carried The day by winning The Tug-oT-War, in a splendid
exhibiTion, Thus vindicaTing Themselves and Their meelcness, and earning The
admiraTion oT even The mosT iingoisTic upperclassmen. PP PP PP The class was oTTi-
cered by Perry Cole, Reva Coleman, Mary Jane Gaver, and George TuTTle,
and advised by ProTessor Deming. PP PP PP PP
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F t row: Dreisbach, Bair, Chambers, McDonald, Guyer, Bishop, and Ealcin. 'f S d C p l d Cl
W ner, McClintock, Tuttle, Grimm, Van Sant, and Whisler.
Argument ond Arbitration
HE Student Council is the one organization ot the
school whose duty it is to discuss the problems ot
the others. This body, being a strictly representative
group tinds solutions tor the problems which crop up
during a school year, and the current year seemed to
produce a bumber crop. PP ff D More than being a
iudicial body, however, the Council also directs many
campus activities, chietly those ot a traditional nature.
Among these tunctions were the General Jam, Leap
Weelc, and Clean Up Day, the last ot which proved to
be the signal success ot the year. But then, who can
torget the Leap Weelc Party, and "Stu" as Little Etlie7
PFC-?SiClGh+ LL,L.,.L..,a.,s. George McDonald
ViC9fPI'GSiClet'lt' .,-s,csQc,,, Tennyscgn Guyer
Secretary . LLLLL L.LL LL,Lc . L Treva Chambers
Y M C A
Pre-siclen+ . . .. .Tennyson Guyer
VTCG-PI'GSgideI'1'i' 7 , V V U Karl Rgller
Secrelary .Gerald Fenimore
Treasurer G rree Gerald Slcyrme
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Apple Pie and Absent Speolcers
N ORGANIZATION of which Findlay College
can be iuslly proud is The Y. lvl. C. A., for il
4 offers To every man in Jrhe school, a dislinclr oppor-
runily for sell-adiuslmenl. Under Jrhe sponsorship ol
E Professors Deming and Bucher, The Y. lvl. during The
l pasl year has sei an enviable record of acriviry, pre-
senling many splendid oulside speakers lo The slu-
denls. ff fr D The oulsranding evenl in Jrhe worlc of Jrhis
club, is The annual l-larveslr l-lome Supper, which I+
sponsors. Karl Roller, General Manager, and his many
helpers, aiiorded a never-lo-be-iorgollen evening
for lhe hundreds whom lhey served. Every Monday
morning one hears: "Goin' To Y. lvl?" and "Surel"
Firlsf row: Crow, Mauer R. Phillips, l-l. Wagner, Thomas, Gurlca, Snyder, Guyer, Prof. Deming, Roller, Slcyrme
WiUW'?r. Milchell, Bushong, and Ensign. D Second row: Cole, Wallen, Tullle, Nerhood, Baker, Franlcs, Kurlz
l Rfyhfifds. Taylor, Pelly, Clopper, Wells, Beclc, Rode-baugh, and lvlarzoll. D Third row: Ebersole, Bond, Knighl
lmao-r,'. Ldnninq, Laiierly. fiurley, Bloclf, Schlecry, Grimm, Bauders, Marlin, Correll, D. Armbrechl, and Myers
Firsl' row: Beach, B. Myers, Leonard Moyer, Pfosl, Saver, l-leadworlh, Coleman, Agner, Caskey, Glick, Tinsman
Schrader, Sraley, and De Weiss. PP Second row: Miss Dreirzler, Maxwell, A. Myers, Moore, Bishop, Shafer
Weilz, Widen, Dreisbach, Lindenman, Slough, Bair, Cramer, L. Gohlke, and l-lauman. PP Third row: Hoy
l-losalros. Srour, Arnold, Eakin, Cummins, Smirh, Marquarr, l-lalderman, Melloll, Pelers, Frederick, Dukes
O. Phillips, Traxler, Caldwell, and F. Beck. PP Fourfh row: Chambers, Reamsnyder, l-l. l-laggerry, l.. l-laggerly
E. Gohlke, Shull, Beery, Shuck, Brewsler, Schullz, Royer, Mabel Smirh, Davis, Fosrer, Mclnryre, l-lybarger, and
Candy Scales and Candle-Light
NCLUDING in ils membership nearly every girl in
Jrhe school, Jrhe Y. W. C. A. exerls a Tremendous in-
fluence upon The sludenl body. Besides carrying on a
lull program of speakers and special presemlalions,
Jrhe girls did social service work oulside The campus,
and gave programs al The Children's Home Jrwice
each monlh. PP PP PP The annual Chicken Waiclle Supper,
prepared by The girls of rhe Y. W., is a popular evenl
wilh The Jrownspeople, as is likewise, The May Day
Breakifasl and Program. The Y. W. is deserving ol
much credil for relurnishing and redecoraling ils
rooms, guile an underlaking Tor any group of sludenls.
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PI'eSidGr1'f ......... ...... E sfher Dreisbach I
Vice-Presidenr .,... Vesla Lindenman
Secrefary .,.... Rulh Widen
Treasurer .,...,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, M ary We-HZ
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Presidenlr , S S ,,,Gladys Eakin
Vice-Presideni i S so S Merlin Correll
Corr. Secreiary 4A , G ladys Mellor
Recording Secreiary is ee.eee Ruih Peiers
Literature and Lyrics
l-lE Peranian Lilerary Sociery voied io coniinue iis
worlc ihis year, when ihe quesiion oi dissolulion
came up, and weni ahead To do some very line rhings
during lhe year. The enihusiasm oi iis members en-
abled ihe club io carry Jrhrough iis iradirional pro-
gram, holding The Annual Gold Medal Coniesi in The
Spring. P9 PP PP Led by Gladys Ealcin and Richard Hoose,
The Peranian Players presenied The Open Road, wilh
greal success. The leading characlers as well as lhe
supporiing casl oi Francis Ensign, Marion Shanlc,
Treva Chambers, Merlin Correll, Rurh Pelers, Bernice
Shafer, and Esrher Dreisbach, performed smooihly in
iheir respeclive roles. D PP ff ff D
Firsf row: Melloff, Shafer, Dreisbach, Ealcin, Mclnlyre, Smiih, and Perry. if Second row: l-loose, Cole, Peiers,
Chambers, Shanlr, Cummins, Correll, Widen, l-l. Wagner, and Briclcer.
Firsf row: l-loy, BrewsTer, ShaTer, Cramer, Eimas, Guyer, Lindenman, Dr. Mock, Reamsnyder STough O Phillips
Galloway, and lnsley. T' Second row: Glick, l-losaTros, Robinson. CUVUVUTVIS. Wells D AFbVeChl' R Gohllae
Gaver, Cole, Ensign, Clapper, KurTz, and Moyer. D Third row: R. Phillips, Myers, l-lybarger I-l Wagner Agner
Roller, Winger, Whisler, Fenimore, Thomas, Bond, Robinson, Maxwell, and SmiTh
Bon-fires and Treasure Hunts
LWAYS among Those presenT when There is worlc
To be done, The Peppers have come To Till an im-
porTanT place in The campus life oT Findlay College.
Primarily a pep-organizaTion, This club esTablished The
cusTom oT-bon-Tire rallies beTore TooTball games: sTu-
denr parTicipaTion in These rallies accounTed Tor no
small parT oT The success oT The Grange and Blaclc
Teams. 'P ff TT TransporTaTion To ouT-oT-Town games
has always been arranged by The Peppers, who led The
cheering Tor Findlay. OT equal value has been The sup-
porT aTTorded by The Peppers To oTher organizaTions,
wiTh TiclceT drives and lasT-minuTe campaigns. TT ff TT
The Ramblers do noT neglecT The social aspecT, how-
ever, and have TreguenT parTies and hikes, To which
someone nearly always TorgeTs Toubring piclcles and
poTaTo-chips. ff D PP PP PP
PresidenT .,.s.,,, ,,,,, H arvey Wagner
Vice-PresidenT ,..,...c., DoroThy BrewsTer
SGCFGTGFY -.,-.. ,.,.o,, M ary Jane Saver
SPOUSOV -----e- ...... D r. James R. Mock
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T Pre-sidenT . . LesTer Van SanT
Vice-PresidenT . Marion Shank
SecreTary . ...Gerald Fenimore
T ReporTer . .Treva Chambers
ii A Telescopes ond Field Trips
Gil-l social and scienTiTic is The FinsTein Club, alTer-
naTing business meeTings wiTh recreaTional sessions.
Qrganized To make parTicular sTudies in Tields oT
maThemaTics and physics, iT has enlarged iTs scope To
include oTher sciences. ln November The club made
observaTions oT The Leonid MeTeor Shower, and in
March, a large number oT members Treked To Dela-
ware where They visired The Perkins QbservaTory.
ff ff ff The club secured The services oT speakers Trom
The Qhio Bell research laboraTories, and oTher scien-
TiTic TeaTures which iT presenTed To The sTudenT body.
ProTessor RooTs, sponsor oT The club, has done splen-
did work inspiring and suggesTing proiecTs Tor The
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Firsf row: Skyrme, T-lalderman, Chambers, Van SanT, Grimm, ProT. RooTs, Dreisbach, MarquarT, STover, W
Wagner. r' Second row: Wells, D, Armbrechh Cole, Taylor, Wallen, B. Myers, Beach, STaley, Schrader, Widen
Frederick, and PeTers. W Third row: Bushong, Rodebaugh, Fenimore, Jordan, lv1cGraTh, N. Beck, ZumpTT, l-loTT
man, Musgrave, P. ArmbrechT, Crow, Correll, and Bond.
FirsT row: Maxwell, Agner, l-leadworTh, Traxler, ProT. Sanderson, Caldwell, Robinson, Galloway, l-l. l-laggerTy,
L. l-laggerTy. 'f Second row: Thomas, De Weiss, Cramer, Tinsman, A. Myers, M. Royer, SchulTz, Shafer, PeTers,
MelloTT, and Correll. D Third row: Clapper, Gurlca, Winger, Mauer, Fenimore. TUiil9. LaTTerTy, Ensign, l-l. Wag-
ner, Slcyrme. Insley, Ebersole, and KurTz.
Solemn Litonies and Spirituols
NE oT The mosT disTincTive organizaTions Findlay
boasTs, is her A Capella Chapel Choir, a com-
paraTively young musical body ThaT has won iTs place
in musical circles. Unaccompanied eighT-parT singing
is diTTiculT aT iTs simplesT, buT ProTessor Sanderson,
who organized and direcTs This chorus, selecTs The
highesT caliber numbers available. PP ff by ConcerTs in
ouT-oT-Town music halls as well as in local churches and
schools have builT up a mosT enviable repuTaTion Tor
This splendid group. Every Tuesday The choir, under
ProTessor Sanderson, leads The chapel singing, as well
as presenTing special numbers each weelc. The choir
sings selecTions Trom The old lTalian and Russian
schools, as well as The modern conTemporary groups
oT composers. ff ff ff D PP
DirecTor-,ProTessor Wendell Sanderson
Librarian .... ...... G erald Fenimore
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DirecTor,,ProTessor Oliver Schumacher
U ' fe" eff Librarian ..AAaa,AAa...AaA....Aa James Ebersole
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Concerts and Cues A
T-IE ConservaTory oT Music may well be proud OT
The splendid orchesTra which iT mainTains. Includ-
ing musicians oT The TirsT rank, This organizaTion plays
noThing buT high caliber music Trom The pens oT im-
morTal composers. D PT D In iTs Pre-ChrisTmas ConcerT,
The orchesTra presenTed a program OT shorTer suiTes,
while The WinTer ConcerT was TeaTured by The play-
ing oT SchuberT's Symphony in B Minor. In May, The
genius oT masTer and pupil was combined, when Pro-
Tessor Schumacher played Two concerTs in co-direc-
Tion wiTh ProTessor Sidney T-lauensTein, his Tormer in-
sTrucTor, and direcTor OT The BluTTTon QrchesTra. PT D TT
ProTessor Schumacher's organizaTion and direcTion oT
The Chapel OrchesTra was also greaTly appreciaTed
by The sTudenTs. ff D D D ff
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sl' row: Beery, Bauders, Winger, Dunlap, Fredericlc, Eakin, Marzoll, R. Wagner, Professor Bucher. D Second
w, Nerhood. Balcer, Wilcox, E. Royer, De Weiss, Leonard, Schuliz, Caslcey, I-l. Wagner. D Third row: Slcyrme,
lvlcClinToclc, Snyder, Thomas, Schleciy, Denney, Gurlca, Correll, and Marlin.
Pulpit Supplies and jail Services
CST oi ihe exira-curricular worlc done by The
lvlinisierial Deparimeni, ceniers in ihe lvlinisie-
rial Associaiion, a lively group, banded iogeiher for
Chrisiian and social aciiviiy. by PP PP Besides monihly
visirs io Jrhe Couniy I-lome, and weelcly services ai The
Couniy Jail, ihe Associaiion has been assisiing in re-
vival services in neighboring churches, supplying for
abseni paslors, and encouraging lay inieresi in relig-
ious worlc. The group presenied a religious drama, The
Ga're Beaufiful, ai several churches, boih our-of-Town
and local. ff 'P PP Spealcers are very ofien inviied io
address ihe Associaiion in iis regular weekly meei-
ings, bui more oiien, ihe siudenis conduci ihe meer-
ing Themselves for consecraiion and dedicaiion. ff
Pre-SiClC-rrll' c,,..,.,.... ,,,,.., S helby S+raHon
Vice-Presidem' ,,,,ss ,s,,,,, A ri-hur Eakin
Clorr. Se-cre+ary ,s,,,,,,,,,,,, Wm, Winger
SG-C'y-Treas. ,,....,c,.., Charmion Fredrick
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CAP AND DAGGER
Presideni' ....,...,., -.--,,,, H elen Bair
Vice-PresidenT ,,,,, ,,A.,-,,,,,.,- M ax Eimas
SecreTary ....... ,,... B ernacline Moore
Treasurer ..... ....... B ernice Shafer
PubliciTy ....... .,.,.... K arl Roller
Play Practice cincl Point Pots
RGANIZED To replace The ArisToTelian LiTerary
SocieTy, The Cap and Dagger DramaTic Club
has quickly Taken iTs place in sTudenT inTeresT.'Under
The very capable supervision oT RuTh Ellen 'WorolcoTT,
The club has enioyed iTs regular programs oT one-acT
plays and skiTs, besides demonsTraTions oT The arT oT
make-up, and Talks on dramaTic Technique. rr D ff The
Cap and Dagger suTTered a severe blow when The
BarreTTs of Wimpole STreeT, The greaT New York suc-
cess, which The club had all ready To presenT, was
wiThdrawn Trom producTion. D rr PP The Club provided
programs oT one-acT plays Tor numerous occasions in
The Colle e, as well as Turnishin dramaTic ro rams
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Tor local lodges and organizaTions. Pr PP P'
l Firsf row: BlauvelT, Musgrave, Bishop, McClinTock, Coleman, Robinson, Agner, and Bair. T' Second row: l-'loose
11 Ebersole, STough, Chambers, Eakin, Shafer, Arnold, Tinsman, SmiTh, lnsley, and Ensign. ff Third row: Hoffman
Wells, Shank, TuTTle, McRill, and Rearnsnyder.
Frs+ row: l-lo , Chambers, Co eland, Whisler, Roller, Dol , Brewsler, and Bish S d I l G
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Smirh, Pefers, Mellorlr, D. Armbrechr, A. Myers, Agner, Maxwell, and Thoma l
Rushed Copy and Bromo Seltzer
l-IE publicalrion of The Argus was made more diffi-
cull Than usual by recurring financial obsracles. The
srafl worked. hard and long and sighed deeply when
The lasl' raslc was finished. ff W ff The personnel was:
Treva Chambers and Zoe Bishop, pholographsg Rurh-
anna Do'ry and l-lelen l-loy, wrire-ups: Dororhy Brew-
srer, snap-shorsg Donald Thomas, a'rhle'ricsg l-loward
lnsley, humor: Madeline Smirh, assislanr adverlising
manager: Alice Myers, Gerlrrude Agner, Rurh Perers,
l-Ienrielra Tinsman, Gladys MelloH, Mary Jane Saver,
Rurhanna Maxwell, and Donald Armbrechr, adverlisf-
ing solicirors and Esrher l-lullman, Jrypisl. if PP P5
We all wish +o Jrhank The srudenr body and Tacully
for Jrheir cooperarion in making Jrhis boolc a success.
Edilor .......... 4. ....... ., ....... .---Glen Whisler
Business Manager ...... Eugene Copeland
Adverlising Manager-.. .......... Karl Roller
Faculfy Advisor ..., Rulh Ellen WoolcoH'
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VAS YOU BARE SHARLIE?
his year has seen Findlay College represenTed in The Tield oT inTercollegiaTe
aThleTics by excepTionally sTrong Teams. The Big Orange was runner up in TooTball,
and Tied Tor second honors in basl4eTball playing very sTiTT schedules in boTh sporTs
CrediT Tor This splendid showing goes direcTly To Coach STuarT Holcomb who in his
TirsT year aT Findlay has raised The aThleTic deparTmenT To new he1ghTs Coming Trom
Ohio STaTe UniversiTy where he earned a Trunk Tull oT malor leTTers and capTained The
TooTball Team STU began aT once by ouTlining an exTenslve inTramural program
Coach l-lolcomb requires a high sTandard oT conducT oT his players and insisTs upon
clean sporTsmanship and Tair play in boTh inTramural and 1nTercollegiaTe compeTiTion.
uieT and unassuming STu is a power Tor good among The sTudenTs he and Findlay
College are going up in aThleTics and They boTh have The besT wishes oT everyone
DONNELL STADIUM f y COACH STUART HoLcoMB
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Copeland, Fadley, Coach Holcomb, Kelley, and Myers. .y
T-TE inTramural program began early in The Tall wiTh The TormaTion oT a Touch-TooTball
league. The eighT Teams enTered in The league played Through a regular Two-round
schedule, and were coached by members oT The varsiTy TooTball Team. When The Tinal
game was played and The percenTages ToTaled, The Snakes, coached by George Karva-
sales, varsiTy halTback, were The winners oT The League. The hipless ones were: Roller lcl,
R. Cole, Eakin, lnsley, KurTz, MarzolT, Guyer, and STouT. 'P TT PP The baskeTball league
Tollowed immediaTely, and again eighT Teams, coached by varsiTy baskeTball men,
baTTled Through a Two-round schedule Tor The championship. The Monks, composed oT
Karvasales lcl, Blackburn, Knisely, Funk, Deckard, CoTini, and Burr, and coached by
Ralph Calabreese, varsiTy guard, Took TirsT honors. The PanThers, runners up, clawed
Their way To second place wiTh Van SanT Musgrave, Ensign, MiTchell, Lanning, TrouT,
Shank and McRill as The personnel. PP rf PP The TaculTy also had a volley ball TournamenT,
playing iTs games on Wednesday evenings, and enioying The rivalry and exercise To The
uTmosT. PP D TT The program ThroughouT was planned To include sTudenTs whose aThleTic
opporTuniTies were limiTed, giving Them healThTul exercise, keen compeTiTion and rivalry,
and recreaTion Tor sTudy. PP PP D T' D
T kl 'Th a s lendid record A clean-TighTing, hard-hiTTing linesman,
Ca Tain Van SanT, a senior, leaves his p,osiTion aT Tac e wi p .
' ' W D D J h TiTsworTh, has used his weighT and superior
Van has been a real leader, wiTh loTs oT drive and sTamlna. O V1
' ' ' A odel oT good sporTsmanship, Johnny has Tour years oT reliable service
iudgmenT To besT advanTage aT guard posiTion. m
as one oT his many conTribuTions. W D D Vaughni Blauvell' played headsiup TOOTLJGTT TTWOUQTTOUT The SGGSOH and leaves a
' T T unTs, and shrewd generalship made him invaluable. iv v vw
lon lisT oT vicTories aT quarTerback. l-hs uncanny placemen o p
T T back. Mac's Tamous Circle Play baTTle5 even
Hugh lv1cClinTock has played his besT ball Tor Tour years as a reserve quar er
d e his asseTs W 'P D Woodrow Zinzer. Tullbock, played a hard-driving
his Team-maTes7 unlimiTed scrap and en urance ar .
game Through The year. I-lis powerTul ThrusTs Through The line are always good Tor subsTanTial gains. rf ww ss
LOOKING BACK ON FOOTBALL
l-IE T932 season oT TooTball recalls a varieTy oT emoTions, chieT among
which is pride in The TighTing spiriT oT Findlay men. The season had '
iTs disappoinTmenTs, as They all do, buT iT was packed To The brim wiTh
exciTemenT and punch. ff ff ff Findlay carried oTT a large share oT The
d d d
awards, and The Tans can well aTTord To be please an prou
wiTh The record. LeT's look aT iT. P' PP PP P7 ff
The Orange and Black ierseys Tlashed TirsT againsTiThe UniversiTy oT
DayTon, a school ThaT plays naTional championship Teams. Playing iTs TirsT
game under arTiTicial. lighT, beTore a crowd oT several Thousand Tans,
Findlay puT up a sTerling baTTle. P5 PP ff The score, 33-O, does noT indicaTe
The splendid deTense made by STu's boys, who held DayTon scoreless Tor
nearly all oT The TirsT halT. Big Jim Gardner was aT his besT, as were The
resT oT The players. '
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W O SPECTATOR could have wished To see a more perTecTly played
TooTball game Than The baTTle ToughT wiTh The STudenT Princes oT
r Heidelberg. A brillianT sun and a cool breeze made Tor ideal weaTher,
y and mosT oT The sTudenT body cheered iTselT hoarse Trom The grandsTands.
D ff PP The O-O score seemed To be The only logical Tiriish Tor Two Teams so
evenly maTched and playing such Tlawless ball. The Findlay Team, To a
man, played heady, sparkling TooTball. The game leTT a very pleasanT TasTe
3 in The mouThs oT The specTaTors. PP ff PT ff 'P
T JOHN MARSHALL
T Findlay Took John Marshall Law College oT Cleveland inTo camp wiTh very
liTTle diTTiculTy, To The Tune oT 4l-O. Bish played a sTellar game aT halT, and
The enTire line showed up To splendid advanTage in This liTTle Track meeT.
Big Jim Gardner's Tremendous physical power makes him a world-beaTer on boTh oTTense and defense. He ouTThinks The
opponenT's backfield, and sTops line plays dead. A real Triple-ThreaT man. " 1' 'f Already ouTsTanding, Wilmer Deckard.
Freshmah guard, sTill has Three years oT varsiTy TooTball To go. ConsisTenT, immovable, Tough, he's a wonder. P D "
CarlTon Bricker, Junior end, has Tlash, speed, andAplenTy oT drive. A vicious Tackler, Brick messes up The end plays every
Time. D r' W Charles Bish, Junior halTback, displayed big Time playing during The season, and sTopped many rallies by The
opponenTs iusT in Time. D fr " STocky George McDonald rounded inTo a greaT end, clespiTe his heighT disadvanTage.
GreaT reserve sTrengTh TogeTher wiTh- speed and drive made George an end oT The highesT caliber. ' P '
Nelson Jones proved hlmselT aT cenTer Bully is a greaT TughTer always giving his besT and Tallung IT up wiTh The oTher
A T T Torward is Joe Maney whose combined bulk
players l-le played sTeIlar TooTball ThroughouT The year per ec
brains and spiriT make him a power in The line Cons1sTenT and sTeady Joes always There Harold Block is Th
eed and we1ghT TogeTher w1Th indomlTable spiriT l-lis habiT oT snag ing
rangy Type oT halTbaclc having power sp
K Th Burle heaves mosT oT The passes ThaT Block caTches and besides
passes is a nuisance To The opposlTion enne y
holds down The quarTerbaclc posiTlon excepT1onally well Burley is Tull oT scrap and punch To The final gun Sylvesfer
Kohr boils TooTball down To a science and plays his man To perTecTlon AnoTher scrapper Kohr loo s orward To Two
more years Tor Findlay
VERY ma n on Findlay's squad goT inTo The game againsT Adrian, who
Tinally managed To wheedle a Touchdown ouT oT a Team oT Orange
and Black subsTiTuTes. PP ff ff ParT oT The Tield was under waTer, and The
resT had very recenTly been submerged, so ThaT The oysTer-lilce ball was
TrequenTly Tumbled, by boTh Teams. The varsiTy worked like The well-
drilled machine iT was, and builT up a very subsTanTial score beTore The
end oT The TirsT halT. PP -ff 'P ln The second Trame, Coach l-lolcomb ran in
every man he had in uniTorm and The waTer boy was Trying on a pair oT
cleaTed shoes when The game ended. ff ff Di Blaclcburn was ouTsTanding
aT quarTerbaclc-during The second halT, and splendid worlc was Turned in V
by mosT oT The relieT men. The score? Ch, 27-6. PP ff if if
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Jones lvlaney Block rley -Koi-,r
W if up will
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Harold Bl U
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indlay can always be sure ol a slill ballle when she meels her
lradilional rival, Blulllon, and lhis year's game was more billerly
loughl lhan mosl. Despile lhe lacl lhal Findlay played a superior brand
ol ball, il seems lhal Blulllon did loo, and lhe well-malched opponenls
ballled lo a deadlock al 7-7. PP PP PP Jones, Van Sanl, Gardner, Bish and
Karvasales all lurned in exceplional perlormances, and every man who
played gave all he had lor lhe viclory. ll was a splendidly payed game,
and does nol hurl lhe record inany way. PP PP PP During lhe hall, Findlay's
cross-counlry runners mellhe harriers lrom Blulllon, and allhough lvlilchell .
ol Findlay look lirsl place, lhe Beavers held a slighl edge in poinls. PP
Charles Zumpll, who plays cenler in very acceplable lashion, is anolher ol lhese sleady, earnesl boys, who are bound lo
make good. A clever player, Charley, and wilh anolher year lo play. P' 'P P' lniuries lo his nose early in lhe season, kepl
Oscar Musgrave from playing his besl ball, bul he was a reliable man wilhal. P' PP PP George Karvasales, chunky hall-back,
is an elusive runner and a fierce lackler. l-le has lwo years yel lor Findlay, and should produce sparkling loolball. 'P P' 'P
Blackburn may weil ldok lorward lo some real loolball. As a Freshman, he played some very smarl loolballg he has brains,
speed, and lighl. PP PP PP Earl Knisely, a lirsl year end, gave a good accounl ol himself in games and scrimmage, and will
round inlo an especially useful player during his career for Findlay.
FirsT row Deshler, Bish, BlauvelT, NewTon, Maney, Van SanT, Deckard, Gardner, Jones, McDonald, Karvasales, and Myer
Second row: Coach l-lolcomb, Perry, T-laas, Block, Cuisick, Zinzer, Jacobs, TiTsworTh, ZumpTT, Kohr, Barker, Bricker
LaTTerTy and McClinTock. 5' Third row: Copeland, McMillan, Redding, Calabreese, STreib, Bidclinger, STreeT, Morrison
Funk l-llrsimaki, Treece, Burley, T-loTTman, Shank, Burr, TrouT, Musgrave, Fadley, and Kelly.
l-TE WilmingTon game oTTers a splendid example oT meThodical aTTack,
on The parT oT Findlay. The down-sTaTe Quakers puT up a sTubborn de-
Tense, and due To a blocked punT leading To a saTeTy, The score remained
2-O againsT Findlay unTil The lasT Three minuTes oT play. ff ff ff The Grange
gridders Tried everyThing in TooTball meThods, and were repulsed unTiI a
Burley-To-Block pass, supporTed by beauTiTul Teamwork, broughT vicTory
in The approved l-loraTio Alger manner. -l'haT 7-2 wih gave many a hearT
some acrobaTic momenTs. D PP PP ff PP
Findlay experienced a sad leT-down aT DeTiance, due To ravages oT The
Tlu and oT ThaT dread aThleTic aTTlicTion, sTaleiTis. A I9-O deTeaT on The
numbing cold oTia muddy Tield was hard To Take, aTTer such a successTul
Sggggnu bb an an an an
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C DEFIANCE Tries an end run . . . ThaT Tamous blocked punT aT WilmingTon
...Number 24 goT a Terrible iolT in This one, and so did The camera man . . .
Big Jim drives Through The line . . . A Quaker passer is swarmed over . . .
Kohr propping up The DeTiance line . . . Ivlac makes a Tew remarks . . . JusT
anoTher muddle . . . BlauvelT punTs ouT oT a hole . . . lXlewT knocks down a
E amd! pass . . .A line play sTops dead . . .A Triendly Ii++Ie gaThering aT WilmingTon
' . . . Findlay smears an end run . . . The old double-reverse caTches DeTiance
Comde' TlaT-TooTed . . . The Grange and Black line doesn'T budge . . . An ouT-oT-
5-mainecl bounds play gains a yard, againsT The STudenT Princes. P D D
vicTory THE STAFF
a liearT QACI-I I-Iolcomb received invaluable assisTance in The shaping oT This
Team Trom Darrell Fadley, Tormer line sTar aT Findlay, who helped
coach The line and make iT one oT The sTrongesT in The hisTory oT The school.
PP 2 ff STudenT Manager Eugene Copeland gave splendid service, in Taking
care oT eguipmenT, and supplying The needs oT The players. TT D D Trainer
Tony Myers was always among Those presenT wiTh his linimenT boTTles and
adhesive Tape, ready To Take care oT minor iniuries, sore muscles, and
ruTTled spiriTs. Tony' also reTereed during scrimmages. D D D Doc I-Ioward
Kelly Tended To sprains and more serious iniuries, and accompanied The
sguad on all Trips. TT D D "RusTy" QrndorTT served as god-TaTher To The
Team and To STu ThroughouT The season, helping wiTh everyThing, and
encouraging everyone. I-Ie's a regular Tellow. D PP ff TT
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I Shrewd and lasl, Bob Pelers makes a'
good leader lor a leam. Always cool and
sleady, his inlluence over ahslipping leam is
remarkable. Hisrpassing and guarding are
llawless. PP 'P 'P P' "
I Harold Walson is a greal ball-lollower,
doggingilhe sleps ol opposing players.
Wally served well as caplain several limes.
l-le's a lasl passer and hard lo guard. .
I Jim Gardner, pivol-man lhis year, con-
sislenlly ouliumped men laller lhan he. A
bear on delense, Big Jim conlribuled heav-
ily lo viclories. PPP P' y 'P P'
O Harold Block plays lhe sleady, reliable
lype ol ball lhal makes lor good leams.
Clever and lasl, Blocky accounled lor a
good many poinls. PP PP 'P
I The '32-'33 season gol oll on lhe wrong
lool, Findlay losing a slring ol games in
rapid succession. Deleals were al lhe hands
ol slrong ball clubs, and lhen only by nar-
row margins. 'P " PP Then came a complele
reversal ol lorm, righl in lhe middle ol lhe
season, and an unbroken slring ol viclories
climaxed lhe year. P' PP PP Orange and Black
ierseys sparkled againsl Earlham, Wesleyan,
Denison, and 'John Carroll, bul viclory
seemed hard lo gel. Sleady, consislenl im-
provemenl lhrough lhe season resulled in a
very slrong leam inlhe lasil several games.
The schedule ended-in a blaze ol glory. P'
O VicTories over TradiTional rivals, Bowling
Green and l3luTTTon, by Two and Three poinTs
respecTively, gave The season -added pep and
Tire, keeping sTudenT inTeresT aT The peak.
Easier vicTories won Trom Cedarville, Deiti-
ance, Marion, eT al, provided opporTuniTy
Tor The whole squad To geT inTo The games.
PP PP PP Findlay Tied wiTh BluTTTon Tor second
ConTerence honors, wilh unbeaTen Wilming-
Ton Taking TirsT. The spiriT and TighT shown
by The Team in every game oT The season
makes The TuTure look brighT. PP PP PP NexT
year should see a greaT Team on The Tloor,
wiTh none oT The presenT squad being losT
Through graduaTion. PP PP PP
I A perTecT guard is Ralph Calabreese,
whose uncanny shooTing, TasT passing, and
brillianT Tloor-work made him masTer oT
every siTuaTion. PP PP PP PP
I Chuck Morrison's game is beauTiTul To
waTch. l-le's all over The Tloor aT once, break-
ing up dribbles and passes, and making quick
breaks Tor The baskeT. PP PP PP
I Greased lighTning has To speed up To
keep The pace seT by Lawrence McMillan.
I-lis specTacular work in The Bowling Green
game showed his meriT. PP PP PP
I A dependable relieT man is George SToll,
whose work aT The cenTer posiTion ranked
very high. GreaT Things are predicTed Tor
by D7 xr an
Morrison Mclvlillan ST
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PERSONNEL OF THE SQUAD
Firsf rowg Hirsimaki, Zinzer, lvlclvlillan, Mor-
rison, and Walson. PP Second row:,Coac:li
Holcomb, Calabreese, Sloll, Gardner, Bloclc,
Pelers, and Treece.
HERE ARE THE SCORES:
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THE B TEAM -
I For The Third consecuTive year, The B
baslceTpall Team has won The B Champion-
ship oT The NorThwesTern Qhio ConTerence.
This is a splendid record, and speaks well Tor
The caliper oT The reserve maTerial as well as
The coaching ThaT iT received. PP PP PP Un-
loeaTen in The ConTerence,iThe B Team played
The preliminary games To mosT oT The varsiTy
TilTs, and displayed some very high Type
baslceTball To beaT ouT sTrong conTenders Tor
honors Trom oTher colleges. PP PP PP Coach STu
direcTed The Team in addiTion To his hand-
ling The varsiTy. The Two Teams oTTen scrim-
maged againsT each oTher in pracTice. PP PP PP
The B Squad plays a very imporTanT role in
Findlay College baslceTball, geTTing more
men inTo inTei'collegiaTe compeTiTion, and
serving as a Training group Tor The varsiTy.
PP PP PP Players whose picTures do noT appear
below, buT who saw Tull-Time service are:
McDonald, Bricker, lvlcClinTocl4, Wagner.
I In The picTure They are: FirsT row: Jacobs,
Beck, Redding, and Deshler. PP Second row:
Coach l-lolcomb, Guess, Biddinger, lvlc-
ClinTocl4, and Treece. PP PP
MAJOR SPRING SPORTS
BARNEY FUNGOES A COUPLE
Firsf row: Slroll, Zinzer, Shondell, Bricker, Wagner, Myers, McClin'rock,
Burley, and Coach Barnharr. PP Second row: Coylcendale, McDonald, Cole,
Jacobs, Block, Haas, Richards, Crow, and Fouls.
HE baseball season of I932 was noi l'he over-
whelming success Jrhal il mighr have been, due To
no laclc oi sludenr inleresl, bui +o a combinalion of
unfavorable circumsrances. The Jream playedlsome
very good ball clubs, and while viclory did nolalways
come Jrheir way, The boys were sure lo pui up a good
ballle, win or lose. PP PP PP Coachhl-larry J. Barnharl,
whose resignalion in i932 closed his brillianl career
a+ Findlay, has our wishes for The besl oi luclc and Jrhe
success he deserves. "Barney" exemplified in his life,
Jrhe very Jrhing he urged his men lo be, a Chrislian
genlleman. We wish him well. PP PP PP
l-lE l932 Varsily Tennis season mighl be boiled
down lo include merely: live malches won, Two
losl, second place in Jrhe Conference, and plenly of
fighl shown lhroughoul The season. Dr. lvloclcs
charges played consislenl Jrennis' lhrough a very dillli-
cull schedule, winning lheir besl marches as a learn,
againsl l-leidelberg. D ff ff Carlin very capably lilled
Jrhe lirsl singles posirion, Guess lhe second, while lvlc-
Dowell and Bricker allernaled for The lhird singles.
The number one doubles cornbinalion saw Guess and
Schlecly working Jrogelher, and,Carlin and Whisler
Jreamed for The second duo. Lellermen relurning for
i933 are Guess, Whisler, Blauvell and Bricker. 'P PP
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Firsl' row: McDowell, Briclcer, and Carlin. 'f Second row: Fadley, Schlecly, N. T-.iw
Dr. Mock, Whisler, and Guess. , '4 -
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SeaTed: lvlclvlillan, McDonald, Zinzer, l-l. Wagner, and R. P
STanding: Shondell, Redding MeTzger, Robinson, NewTon, Baude lvl T h l
and Coach BarnharT.
RACK inTeresTs aT Findlay were revived in V932
aTTer a lapse oT several years in which no Teams
were enTered in rneeTs. The come-back oT The Big
Orange To The cinders was welcomed by The sTudenTs,
and The TuTure Tor Traclc and Tield evenTs is brighT in-
deed. PP PP PP The squad capTured second honors in a
nneeT aT Bowling Green, Third place in a baTTle royal
aT BluTTTon, and Third ribbon in The ConTerence lVleeT,
also held aT BluTTTon. lniuries To The rnosT versaTile
poinT-winners handicapped The squad greaTly. ff ff ff
LosT by graduaTion in i932 were Robinson, mainsTay
in The weighT evenTs, and lVleTzger, who ran The high
andlow hurdles. ff PP D The presenT squad will lose a
senior This spring, l-larvey Wagner, halT-miler oT noTe,
and holder oT many ribbons. PP PP 'P PP
T- IG Jim Gardner was vofed fhe full-baclc posifion
4 on fhe honorary All Conference Team, and was
I also selecfed loy sporfs wrifers fo be full-back on Day-
E fon UniversIfy's All Cpponenf Team. I-le was furfher
' awarded fhe cenfer posifion on fhe All Conference
Second Team, In baslcefball. PP PP D Bully Jones was
I selecfed as cenfer on fhe All Conference Foofloall
Team. ff PP PP Edgar Newfon received fheposifion af
righf end on fhe All Conference Foofball Team. PP D PP
Capfain Van Sanf plays faclcle on fhe Second All Con-
ference Foofball Team. PP PP If Ralph Calabreese
earned a berfh af guard on fhe All Conference
Baslcefball Team. ff 'P PP
ra R. Plulllps. '
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I' THE CHEERLEADERS
H932 Lols REAMSNYDER
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'SeaTed: BrewsTer and BlauvelT. 'iaiandingz T-Toy, l-l. l-laggerTy, Dr. Mock.
Buis, and Caldwell.
LADIES or THE CO
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NUSUAL inTeresT was shown This year in baskeTball Tor girls, and The
candidaTes ThaT reporTe,d Tor The sguad included many Tormer high
school sTars. Under The coaching oT Milo Treece, The Team was quickly
whipped inTo shape, buT iT had To schedule high school and semi-proTes-
sional Teams Tor iTs games, since girls' loaskeTl:nall is noT used in many oT
The nearby colleges. 'P PP PP The Team romped easily Through The season
wiTh Tew seT.-packs, reaching iTs peak in decisively Trouncing The Wilse
lVleaT Packers, a semigpro Team Trom Columbus, Qhio. D PP ff CapTain
Eakin, Caldwell, lvlorehead, l-laggerTy, Agner, FosTer and Glick saw mosT
oT The regular service. CapTain Eakin, who unTorTunaTely was absenT when
The picTure was Taken, graduaTes This spring. ff PP ff D
LADIESOT THE couRT
l ENNIS Tor girls has guiclcly Talcen iTs righTTul place
in The aThleTic program aT Findlay, and The inTeresT
in Tennis is increasing wiTh leaps and bounds. ff PP D
Since inTercollegiaTe compeTiTion in girls' aThleTics is
l noT recognized by many colleges in The sTaTe, maTches
T were scheduled wiTh Y. W. C. A. Teams oT neighbor-
ing ciTies. The V932 Team won seven oT iTs Ten
maTches, a very crediTable record, in Tace oT mighTy
' l sTiTT opposiTion. W P7 PP KaThryn BlauvelT, l-lelen l-lag-
' ' garTy, l-larrieTT Buis, RuTh Caldwell, DoroThy Brew-
sTer and l-lelen l-loy made up The Team. lvlosT oT These
players are available Tor This year's sguad, which will
"W ' be coached as beTore by Dr. lvloclc. PP 'P ff
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7 Biooilii GIRLS
Firsl' row: Moore, l-l. l-laggerTy, Agner, FosTer, Caldwell, Moorhead, d
E1 and H16 Slgilxely Piiggningoxxeiggch l-lolcomb, L. l-laggerTy. PeTers, Reamsnyd
'mer liigli i
oFF THE WALL ,AND I
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RESTLING, wlmile nol as yel a major laclor in
llwe inlramural program ol Findlay College, is
assuming an increasing imporlance as llwe inleresl in
il is developing among llie men ol llie scllool. Like
lumbling, il is ollered as an eleclive aclivily, under
inslruclion, lo small groups. Wreslling is done under
carelul supervision, so llial llmere is no danger ol se-
rious iniury. ff 'P PP Boxing is also carried on in a more
or less inlormal manner, allliougli il, loo, is .allracling
llrie parlicipalion ol 'an increasing number ol lellows.
The process ol learning-by-doing has resulled in no
small degree ol slcill in some inslances, and guile a
number ol llie lellows keep in pliysical condilion by
regular worlc-ouls on llwe mals, or vvillw llwe gloves. P'
THE GRUNTERS i2AND eno,
WALL AND INTO THE
NTEREST This year was so high ThaT Twelve Teams
reporTed Tor The volleyball TournamenT and aT The
T' T This wriTing, were working Their way Through
The rounds To The championship. ff ff PP The Teams were
more evenly maTched Than is generally The case, an
rivalries in The games were inTense. The percenTages
TTh Teams being posTed on The bulleTin board l4epT
o e -
The sTudenT body inTeresTed in The ouTcomes oT The
games. D D D The annual handball TournamenT aso
aTTracTed a larger number oT enTries Than usual buT
The eliminaTions rapidly reduced The Tield, boTh in
l G e lvlcllonald and LeTTy
singles and doub es. eorg
Dunlap survived in The singles, and baTTled iT ouT Tor
The TiTle. D D W
GRUNTERST T AND GROANERS
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AY DAY 1933
MAID OF HONOR 4
ATTEND AIN'S-SENIOR GIRLS
MOST BEAUTIFUL CO-ED
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MOST HANDSOME MAN
MOST , POPULAR CO-ED
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B E ST ATH LE T E
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MOST sc:-looL SPIRIT
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I Old Viclory Bell, alias 7:20
bell . . . A llash-back lo lhe
Gay Ninelies . . . Pal prac-
lices her slinky walk . . . Dol
and Francis hard al work . . .
Goin' lishin' Mr. Konkel? . . .
This doesn'l look real, wilh
nolhing lo eal . . . Musl be a
nole lrom lhe ollice . . . Ger-
lie seems lo be a climber, or
does she? . . . l-lallie and
Leola go slrolling . . . If lhis
be war, Sherman was wrong
. . . Skee gels lhe bool . . .
The ollice does ils daily walk-
oul . . . Treva seems lo have
lhoughl ol a good 'un . . .
Tenny and lhe May Day pony:
lhe one wilh lhe spol is lhe
pony . . . One ol lhe ioys ol
house-keeping . . . Sun-wor-
shippers, lully dressed . .
Harvey walches a sunsel . . .
A pholography sludenl lakes
a shol . . . The llowers lhal
bloom in lhe May, lra-lal . . .
The camera dislurbs a nap . .
Guessy gives 'em a horse-
laugh: Bill looks mad aboul
somelhing . . . Bob, lhe llule
and piccolo man, seems lo
have olher lalenls . . . l'rT1 G
publicily man! . . . A menaC6
lo any loolball leam. ""
ack To The
k . . . Dol
work . , ,
inkel? . . .
MusT he a
. . . Ger-
. . IT This
booT . . .
rs To have
'un . - -
,Of ig The
Ie ioyg oT
d I , .
3-lal - ' '
nap ' ' '
1 T' , ,
lThe CourT receives l-Ter
MaiesTy . . . A proud TaTher3
he geTs his exercise now by
walking The Tloor . . . The Tam-
ous Picard Twins, AugusTe on
The leTT . . .Chuck and Biddy
smile aT The camera . . . Frosh
girls do The May Pole Dance
. . . Geranium, presidenTial
candidaTe, who now is sTump-A
ing, or raTher bushing, in New
Jersey . . . Old Hundred ex-
pounds, buT iT's all Greek To
Doris. . . l-lelen and Jim make
a handsome couple . . . A
grand old man, Dr. Griggs . . .
Miss Ellis has a new haT . . .
From soup To nuTs . . . Pro-
meTheus siTs on PoT Rock . . .
Johnny does The monkey acT
. . . Four oT a kind . . . AUTO-
graphs oT ProT. Picard . . . In
The good old summer Time . . .
Ed seems To like his label . . .
The May Queen smiles gra-
ciously . . . The Bare l-Tall
waTer-Throwers go inTo a hud-
dle . ..Skee Tries ouT a speech
on The sign-board. which col-
lapsed and was dragged away
. . . The MinueT delighTs The
May Day crowd . . . Dean
Morey hnishes a day's work
. . . Pals! . . . The Prexy
mourns The Picards' leaving...
Three oT The boys . . . May
Day processional . . . Two de-
mure maidens. p"'
O Sfu wanfs fo play squaf-fag
. . . On fo Defiance . . . Big
Jim Agobbles up fhe faclclers
. . . Touch-foofball is fun . . .
Barney explains a few fhings
. . . Mac snags a high one . . .
The boys gef fogefhe r...
Johnny and Perry finish fhe
cross-counfry grind . . . George
before fhe camera . . . Newi'
craclcs a cloud . . . Showing
fhe fighfing face of Capf. Van
. . . The championship-winning
Snakes: Arf Ealcin plays fhe
parf of fhe headless horse-
man . . . Blaclmy boofs one.. .
l'll falce heads . ..Two capfainsi
shake hands . . . A few choice
fhoughfs on fhe blessings of
rain . . . The man in fhe hood
is Bully Jones . . . Brr-brrl ln
all fhaf snowl . . . Liffle Wilma
Declcard looks fough, and is
. . lf's always fair weafher
. . . The Peppers do a bif of
painfing . . . Harvey gives
'em a smile . . . An edifor be-
comes impafienf. " D f' '
.e . . , Big
is lun . . .
gh one . . .
elher . . .
. . . Newi'
,fs one . - -l
Ah' and is
io 6 bil ol
n eclilor be'
Y D ,
O This is called Hrouqhing ir"
. . .iMiss l-lull disirusls 'lhe
camera man . . . So l sez io
The Prexy, e'rc .... lrene plays
rhe parr of a scare-crow . . .
The old man of 'rhe sea . . .
Dol and Ellen, The sunshine
girls . . . Snoolcy. champion
srep-siller . . . Slumpy acls
unaware . . . They wear each
orher's clorhes . . . The seri-
ous sislers l-laqqeriy . . . l-le
dispenses seven-syllable words
. . . A Balcer lurns painler...
l+'s 'fun +o be alive . . . The
Dean diiches his digniry . . .
A Bair Ford adorned . . . She
also plays baslcelloall . . . A
slurdy son of Erin . . . The
Frosh presidenl and his favor-
ile roclc . . . Two minds wilhoul
' a single 'rhouqhl . . . Ogle Ge-
nelli Phillippi al play . . .
Bear up Fagenl . . . l.iHle Bill
chews his Tongue, we hope..
This musl be cafchingl fr
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Prof. Gonso: Yes, l'm going abroad: l'm planning +o sail on onelof +hose new
Dr. Honn: l+'Il cosi' you more.
Prof. Gonso: Maybe, bu+ expenses aren'+ whai' I have fo keep down on my
sea irips. t
Dr. Mock: Whai' happened in I483?
S'rude: Marfin Lufher was born.
Dr. Mock: And whai' happened nexf? Whai occurred in l487?
S+ude: Lu'rher was four years old. 4
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826 N. Main'Sty Phone 155 IZVA Phone 671
S 1' 5'
Phone Main 171 Established 1897
Tarbox-McCall Stone Company
Crzzrhed Stone and Stone Sand
Prompt Delivery ' G ' Courteous Service
852 Western Avenue Findlay, Ohio
Sheer Cleaned, Sbined and Dyed
GPC-in Evenings Complimenlr of
E. R. GLASSCO
FINDLAY ICE mzcf FUEL
521 N. Main St. Findlay, 'Ohio
Tramp: But lady, every Christmas tor the last twenty-tive years l've received
something from this house-since before you were born.
' ' ' ' h t l do tor ou.
Miss Dreitzler: Oh well, that s ditferentl l ll see w a can y
Some girls show distinction-or should one say distinctly?-in their clothes.
Worry is interest paid on trouble before it talls due.-Dean lnge.
Many aiSophomore who thinks he's hard-boiled is really only halt-baked.
"lt7s very. hard to. drive a bargain," agree Block and Burley, as they push
their SID Ford back to town.
Dl'llgJ - Sodar -- Toile! Ariirlef
DR. M. HANNA
D, - C111 Flowery and Por Plan!!
of All Kindy
Firfl Corner Sentlo of Bridge
FINDLAY, OHIO 138-142 Larkins St. Phone 369
if a 141
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You Get Quality in
STAR BRAND SHOES
LatestlStyles at Moderate Prices
SCOTT BRYANT'S SHOE STORE
Opposite City Market .
Merchant: How is it that those potatoes you sold me last week are so much
smaller at the bottom ot the sack than at the top? y
M. McRill: Well, potaters is-growin' so tast now that by the time a sacktul
is dug, the last ones is about twice the size ot the tirst.
Widespread tear that business may never return to normal isn't so great as
the widespread tear that it has.
Prot. Heiges puns as tollows: The reason that politics makes strange bed-
tellows is because they all like the same bunk.,
Telephone 1 3 1
The L. 86 IV.
W. L. WIRT, Manager
121 East Crawford Street
With Om Comptimentf Cgmplimenyj. of
DAVID KIRK soNs BALLFINCH at CHERRY
Reczllorf and General Imumnce
Wholesale Groceries I PENN MUTUAL LIFE
C O O P E R
TIRES and BATTERIES
South Main Street at Hardin
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RADIONIC DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT SERVICE
Hours830 1100 100 550 700 800
Closed Tuesday Evenlng and Thursday Afternoon and Evening
301 303 Ewmg Bu11d1ng Phone 774
Beaut1fu1 Glass and Chlna and Complzmefzlf of
ZIEROLF SC BIERY
and CHINA Emdlay s Leadxng Men's Store
Mary Jane wro're lo her molher as follows I don + know wha'r Paul's inlen-
'rlons are Molher he s been keeping me preH'y much In +he dark."
Our adolescenl cymc says Young people were more respeclful of +heir
elders ln lhe old days Perhaps 'rhal' was because 'rhey had more lo respecl.
Siu afler playing mne holes wrlh McMillan Well Mickey, how do you
anuuilllllllllllllllll m- "
'rl N S MAN s
-PRES HLY ROASTED
1 ' I I
Endlay Coffee,'l'ea dc Spice coj
C MOTOR OILS GASOLINE
Page Dair Compan
EW 4 Mm! 'U FRANK SCHWARTZ
The ORANGE and BLACK GROCER
Confections - Lunches
"Quality and Service"
' ' A 4 S hM'St t Ph 156
Across from Findlay College A O6 out am ree one
Some girls s'rar'r up a lol' of flirlalions in 'ihe same way 'rhal a pup buries
bones in odd corners of lhe yard. lf he gels enough +o ea'r, he may never look
al lhem again, bul' on lhe olher hand, 'rhere may come a lean day-.
Since +he las'riPepper pariy, Mary Jane Robinson's lheme song musl be:
"l'm All for You, Boddy and Cole."
Prof. Bair: Whal is a plagarisl?
Aiier several sludenls had passed on +ha'i one, George McDonald venluredz
"l lhink i+'s one of 'rhem fellas ihal wriies plays."
g Commencement Activities
P require dresses ana' accessories
that help to make the occasion
memorable. May we suggest
that you visit
Distinctive Gifts for Commencement
C om pliments of
W H E ATE A
WHEATENAVILLE, EAHWAY, NEW JERSEY
Try "Wheatena," the original quick cooking
cereal with its pure concentrated food value.
Equally beneficial for' student and athlete.
Tune in on Wbeatena,s program
QLD MAN SUNSHINE
MGNDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
15 p. m. QC. T.j 6:15 p. m. QE. S. TJ WLW Cincinnati
NORTH SIDE MERCANTILE COMPANY
Grocerier and General Merclmndire
Fresh Roasted Coffees Gut Specialty
"Try Them - Yozfll Like Them"
Phone 656 818-822 North Main Street
Prof. Werfheim: A fool can ask quesfions fhaf no wise man can answer.
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Unidenfified Sfude: Maybe fhaf is why some of us flun f e exams.
Wiseacre: ls fhaf fella engaged fo Lucille Perry? l heard him begging for
"iusf one" when I walked by.
Second Junior: Naw, fhey're married. He was asking for a dollar.
lnfellecfual: Do you know, Tennyson's poems carry me complefely away. .
Sophisficafe: Sorry, buf we haven'f a volume in fhe house.
Complimefztf of A CUWPZSMWZU Of
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All Kiniif of fob Prifztifzg
LA ' - - '
DIES READY TO WEAR 404 E. Sandusky sr. Phone 714-W
Phone 196 Established 1887
y GASSMAN HARDWARE CGMPANY
Ezferytloing in Building Hardware, Glam and Paint
- Prompt Delivery ff Courteous Service
311 North Main Street V R Findlay Ohio
Home Made Candies and Ice Cream
533 North Main Street
Harris Theater Building
S. Sc S. DRUG STORE
CO,f1poriie Court Hourej
Drugs, Toilet Goods, Sundries
Quality Soda Foimtairz Service
For Good Slaoef
"We Fit Your Feet First"
For Recreation Come lo
Findlay Travel Bureau Dine 4,
A Complete Travel Service To V
All Cozmtrief The Alabama
See W' EMROSE Ottr Southern Style Bring!
N. Y. C. R. R.-Phone 297
Out Your Smile
Residence Phone 1022-I
I ONE MINUTE TRAGEDY
Time: Nearly noon.
lThe room was quiel, disturbed only by 'rhe shuffling of figeclly feel. On ihe
cl 'rl n went info his strange inoanlation 'for
platform, an exolically dresse gen ema
'rhe 'sieenlh lime:
Man: Tal 'tall Hoy hoy! Hoy hoyl Hoy hoyl Trrrrrrrrrr rrrrrr
Voice: I c:an'1' stand any more of lhis.
Ruth Anna: What clo you ihinlc of a boy who will make a girl blush?
Hoose: l 'think he's a woncler.
. C. Penny Compan , Inc.
S CLCTHES and ACCESSORIES
A For the Whole Family - Thrift Pricef
"We are creatures of habit. We succeed or we fail as we acquire good habits or
bad onesg and we acquire good habits as easily as bad ones. That is a fact. Most
people do not believe this. Only those who find it out succeed in lifef'
' -Herbert Spencer
Form tt Thrift Habit . . . Trade at Pennegfs
400-412 South Main Street Findlay Ohio
"The Electric om cm "
CENTRAL OHIO LIGHT AND PGWER COMPANY
'I' SHOE REPAIRING
228 First National Bank Bldg.
Hat Cleaning Shine Parlor
N'l B 'ld'
"Spencer Service Satiffief' les ul mg
, Suits ' Coats ' Hats
C 011 gralzzlcztzonf
Central Drug Store
"The Best" in Merit Fzzrnifhizzgf
"The Rexczll S tore"
Ties ' Socks ' Underwear
Bert Wifber of J '
1MILLER'S FURNITURE S THE PHQENIX HOTEL
' Restaurant Adjoining
The Finer! in Fzzrrzitzzre
i Acrossffrom Court House
123 Meekis Avenue Phone 784-R
Sharpe House lnmarez We're friends, arein'+ we, old pal, old pal?
Second Chiseler: Sure, I've srill gor some dough.
Taylor: l lhink German pronunciafion has a dirfy sound +o if.
Tu'Hle: Aw, gel' your mind our of fhe guH'eral.
Said fhe Prexy 'lo Dr. Mock: "l hear you gol' in a 'long war in San Francisco
Said lhe laHer 'ro 'lhe Prexy: "Yes, l did, bur if was purely Occidenral.
A French sludenl Esfopped pawing his dicfionary long enough 'roremarkz
"One man's fish is anolher man's POlSSON."
. COATS ff DRESSES
XMWEWHMM ,.,.,, H At Popular Pricex
y In Complimerrtf of
i i i lii ii WILLFORD'S MARKET
Phone 490 1043 N. Main St.
San-A-Pure Dairy Compan
Complete Dairy Service
MILK, CREAM, BUTTER, BUTTERMILK,
San-A-Pure Brand Creamery Butter
21-218 Beech Avenue 1 Phone 613
Doi Traxler: When fhe prof said he was going io leciure on wading birds,
and begin wi'l'h ihe siork, I iusl' laffed and laffed.
Kale Headworihz Why?
Doi' again: Because I knew 'ihere wasn'+ really any siork.
When a chap remarked +ha+ a cowardly man dare noi iil+ a girl, our siafi
punsier smirkecl: "Only 'ihe brave deserl' 'ihe fair."
Siop us if you've heard +his'un:Alexander Popeiudiciously observed: "Man
mus'l' be iaughi. as lhough eic., e'lc."
A. M. SMITH SL SON
Marble and Granite Works STGRE
Men's Wonxen's and Childrerfs
132 W. Crawford
iwoli-housand Annuals in lhe pasl'
eleven years have selecled Canion
engravings coupled wilh 'che Canlon
plan of building a disiincrive Annual wifhin
i+s budget Ask any edifor or manager
aboui iheir experience wiih Can-
ron Service. The Canfon En-
graving and Elecirofypo
Company. Canion. Ohio.
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it CW that the last volume ot the Argus is bound and
delivered, vve pause for just a moment. + + +
Xltrhas been truly a real pleasure for our entire organ-
ization to collaborate with the statt - Glen Whisler, Eugene
Copeland, Ruth Ellen Woolcott, their corps ot assistants: and
with the Canton Engraving Sc Electrotype Company in pro-
ducing this edition. All ot us have endeavored to grasp and
interpret the spirit ot school lite so this volume may prove
a treasure chest of memories to you in the years to come.
And, in these years which follow, when you have
advertising or printing problems arising We hope The
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Chapel Choir . .
Orcheslra . . .
Cap and Dagger .
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A+hIe+ics . .
Slu and Jrhe Sladium .
Coaching S+a1CI .
Foolball Individuals .
Foolball Squad .
Aclion-Piclures . .
Baskelbal. Individuals .
Baslceiball Varsily .
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Baseball Squad .
Tennis Squad . .
Traclc Squad . .' .
I-Ionors and Cheerleaders
Girls' Tennis Team .
Girls' Baslcelball Team .
Volleyball and I-Iandball .
Boxing and Wreslling .
May Day Scene . .
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May Queen . . .
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