University of Findlay - Argus Yearbook (Findlay, OH)

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Via cl 6 fthelln-7441191 Pl Col presented by 14x 'SQfQC5?2Z5- ' Ngmf K L u nz 0 r Class 0 fz 3ACOBwvAGNER,EdiHW fness Nlanager SUNXO R STQUT, Bun fbecficaiiah. The IQLLI Argus is dedicated to the citizens ol: Findlay, wlwo, to a large extent, make time laeneicits of college available to us. From that kaleidoscopic whirl which we know as our college career, the l94l Argus has tried to capture with the aid of suggestive pictures and words, incidents which will give rise to pleasurable meditation in the years to come. May this book aid materially in re-etching the images of these happy years upon your memories. To accomplish this purpose and for convenience, we have divided the suc- ceeding pages into the following sections: CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE LIFE CLASSES FACULTY ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADVERTISING 'TIHE-'E PUS pi -uiqfannl if -fi fl .f .1 Y' in 1. 'L , 11" 1. 'T' 1f ' .. f5,r'jF'.i .Q . .. P . Zzffibk Q. , J K .. , .-. -g--1 .V ,,- , fl . 1 1 ,fu A. ,-- AF -. . fi' . , 1 if . 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Left-President and Mrs. Dunathczn at Harvest Home i 7,1 ,,.,,,,,, N M,,.S-ies, 1- WELVE Top: Senior Reception ot Corrother Home Bottom: Ccfrrother Home ' 'nm' J ers x 'nm gm U , v ,W,W! 5 , 1 I I. L. Updeqra E. E. Heltibridle, I h, -1 Execuiive Secreiafb a Md., F. Beriheime Dunathan, Ohio, P Not present vw S. H.'Hai1an, Pa. , P 'esi hen 806fLJ,0f7'l4l4l8Mf 2?-2 hio, President, S. F. Bauders, Ohio, Secretary, Miss Myrtle Deming, Ohio, d Treasurer: C. Pollard, Ill., Wayne Weiqer, Ohio, L. T. Strait-un, Ohio, . H. Heiges, Pa.: Chester Pendleion, Ohio: W. L. Sievens, Pa., I. I. Evans, .5 H. R. Lobb, Pa., I. W. Whisier, Ohio, Mrs. C. H. Ballfinch, Oiiop H. R. ent of Findlay College, M. A. Hoff, Pa. piciure was taken: R. K. Davis, Ohio, W. S. Miller, Ili., S. K. Du stin, Ind., FOU RTEEN c Relations Office Moin Oitice College Print Shop GLEN KONKEL Building Custodian . Bull Rushes - - b At Work? Relaxing Meditation A Popular Place Fashions Discussion . , As1,i' Q gbfli. .5i1s,lz" i vlg I lslil w !'?1"" .3211 ,W wg, M Us . 1 ' ,, W in 1 . QA Q V75 1 I . 1 T r 3 gi . 2 Y 4 2 1 V 5 J A f' w M' 4'l t a X,' .- ,, QA is 3' F! H f'f,Q H V, r. 'S Q 5 lv f --42'.: L Q, ,,V ,A EP M24 4 ,za ,, ,W w r .gi u' .- . ,- ' fflfir " ,:,f ,f-'gp up wigiy, 9 4 .H l'L"'L"'-U19 .yi fgifgfilw U fd Ibzifigf Vifczs H9 Ticffled? Sow Dusf Numbers Game- The Leiier Alareczsi of the News Nirgiil Heidi' is .5 yy, QAM g ases? ve-'Q XXL 5 : s, Lululs Pies Ure the real MCCOY ans pies, po- Hustte, busttet, chickens, pots, and p , tatoes - - dish twashtnq - - to rnanty cooks - - Harvest Home as usu at. Y. NL- W. otntty sponsor tor ttrst time - - o-chairman owes and McGranahan - - Queen, eqqy Ptost - - bhie tight, and pink ttqtnts - - peogkte - - sitvervv' re ra tttnq - - Watters - - waitresses - - buss boys - Q att tra a turnbte - - Kent State X3 - - Ftsndtay U - - dt 'n Waxshtnq - - stnqtnq - - more pie - - 2 30 A. M. - - ood nsxorntnq. Returntnq thtnqs - - what a mess - - tlmank igoodness, it's over. L I . S S X l HAR TWENT 43 g!lIIiiFkQk J A1 . . ex? X 7 1 A fn: w - me, -L., W u gm 553551 ' w 5 ,. , 1 , ' X, . 41 W ,r ,, WI ff W ' f 1 YJ I ,6 , W. 1, 1 V If t p:1"j'ff,U,,f,, if , V ,. TWW41I5w ffe?m Efwf :,-,j',,, :L 14- .5 ,T ,Q f :rf-7 '-w-,,,:. ' 1 , 1 'i w., L 4, ' , ,I ,,..,...... ,,,,L,, in . , fu. , -P ' , '?"'T""f'1+ -:H 555-H'-f.:1,5,., fi. -' - . W, iw- .Q 'WI E f 4 , .',, E.,-. W, , , , f 1' - . .vw ' W" ' IM.: ' f"l QI '. :ab in a. rv - :l i- 2 i n 2'-15 5? 23 5 i H , E : ' ' ww" fi' 'Q M Q "mm N ,., . 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Last Touches I Special! Tickets, Please. Food tor Soul Something Sweets for the Sweet Rapt Attention Food for Body -,,,.--- 'rwgm-Y-Two fy W r V ' f , m , J 'CQ .1 pf- .: , ,V M J ,.-1 TWENTY. .... F.-.-. +!k..fC,f mms UNM' F093 NJ THREE Boom Bcrrroqe Dr. Honn Takes flue Coke The Wurm Primps Blue Bloocls ol Intention The Spectcrlors oi Physical Fonlosies lfrlqlitened? Royalty' Relaxing lunior Slcoiinq Party Wx is 'so A. xg uv E 'HX WWW YW, 4 -M ,X -1, Y ef ff TWENTY-FOUR TW ENTY-FIV E 1 A 1, , ,R ,A V . E A.t'v' L-4. -L qv 9.-., .111 ' I "' 'Q' M- ' . Q, . ' . , A , . 1 .-A' ..-f- , , 4, I - G P51159 Pause - "" PG'-159 -1 I ' I I fl Q 1145112151 cfyglugl gvgglfnny H44 A414 There are two ways oi looking at an education, forwards or backwards. Backward into the tour years passed and reminisce. The thrill of the first day at Findlay College . . . registration, initiation. The burden ot added responsibility and the state of being a sophomore. Iunior play and Iunior- Senior Banquet .... Classes . . . Harvest Home . . . Football . . . Clean Up . . . Music . . . Forum, all in a panorama ot yesterday. The day that brings today and graduation - - into what? Looking forward into business, teaching, the ministry, aviation, war, draft, marriage, depression, the high place or the lowly. What shall it be? What the future may hold, it is theirs to make oi it what they will. TW ENTY-SI X ill- ,l - I TWENTY-SEVEN President Secretary-Tzfrlsurer EDWARD FEIGHTNER PEG PF . Vice-President Student Council Pelilesentcztive JERRY MORRISON PRED How Swan Elm agicwdf Seniolui ARTHUR ELMER ABRAMS Brooklyn, New York Major: Biology Y. M. C. A. 2-3-4 Men's Glee Club 2, 3 Alethean 3, 45 President 4 Class Play "Ghost Train" 3 Varsity F 2, 3, 47 Bus. Mgr. 4 Nu Psi Rho 2, 3, 47 Treasurer 3 KENNETH EDGAR BOLDOSSER Newville, Pennsylvania Major: Theology Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4 Y' M' C' A' 1' 2' 3' 4 HENRY ROBERT BEGANIE Student Council 4 Minisierial 1, 2' 3, 4 Cleveland, Ohio Track 1' 2 Theta Epsilgn Delta 4 Major: Business Administration Football l Basketball l Y- M' C- A- 11 4 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Track 3, 4 Iournal Club 2 ' Baseball l, 3 Argus Staff 3 Biology Club 3, 4 Who's Who 3, 4 C. P. T. 4 ARLEN E ALICE BELL Lamar, Colorado Major: Theology Y. W. C. A, 1, Z, 3, 45 President 3 LANE BISHQP Student Volunteers l, 2, 3, Sec. 3 l 1 Ministerial 1, 2, 3 Fmdlay' 01110 Theta Epsilon Delta 4 Major: Sociology-Philosophy Murnrners 3, 4 Glee Cm, 3, 4 HOMER G, BECKER Student Council 3 McComb, Ohio W.A.A.l M-.S-1S- Biology Club 3' 4 ayor ocia crence "W'hO'S Who" 4 Bluffton College 1, 2, 3 "Taming of the Shrew" TWENTY-EIGHT K x. :rl -12? L K1 , 1 mv- , f.-r" Y. I P'--'f-1-4-xp.-. .4-.,,:.,-HV.-. 'if"STF-FNWHQQ' ' 11 H 1 ,, -W , r, -.- Kk.,ep.,, . , avi- H wqa M f- V f 5, Yi. -2--:type-.j' ' - ,. if ,N H :sv M-as A.: , gn ff.-QA. ,QM ,Q , P27-gg K.. Q-EMP' Hn .V '- wrt 1: .:I.ui1v - f if ',1,, Q' Y K .1 1:61 :E'Z. . Y 4 - . A 5-V . H. L-.J I gr 4 " 1 '. I. . X W A V..-lain. 'ik 5 'Nil 5 'Y Q M 'M' f 2 " ff 1 ,l A im - Nw 3 ii fx .1 e f-7:,55.X:k3k, 1' 'K ' L. , .L , A in 'r ' 3 ff: 5 ' V QQ-L-514,110 Qfv ' 7, ug, L: ' " 'L' " " fc . if 5j"j: 1, xt '-,- Q. ig.f'a'-f',, Q I , ' I I ,v .' . I . 1' 2 W" FFA Tm - .1 , 1, '.v::- H, X Q Q ' 5 ,Q n ' ' 1 1 QL' 5' .1 if if 0. . 503' f- J ,. my 59' , , 1 wily, .. ,f Y if-m4 . "-su-4. .eg 5231? ' "" '22 ,K-mg 5 an 8 ROBERT ARDEN BRADEN Wheeling, West Virginia Major: Political Science Y- M- C- A' 11 2' 3' 4 RICHARD H. DUFFIELD Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4 I Varsity "F" Club 2, 3, 4 Lakewood' Ohm International Relations Club 3 Major: Business Administration F tb ll 1. 2 S t 'l OO 5 ecfeam EDWARD LEWIS PEIGHTNEH - Basketball I Mens Gtee Club 1 2 3 4 TraCk1,2, 3, 4 Y M C A 2 3 Ai ' ' Elida, Ohio Vtlrestling 2, 3, 4 "" ' ' Major: Chemistry . . Mummers 3, 4 Hlsloua Club 2' 3 "Taming of the Shrew" 3 "Ghost Train" 3 Varsity "F" 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l Wrestling Z, 3 Y. M. C. A. l. 2, 3, 47 Cabinet 3, 4 Senior Class President Nu Psi Rho 3, 4: President 4 Alethean 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 45 V.-Pres. 4 Iournal Club l, 2 Einstein 3, 4 Chemistry Club 2, 35 V.'Pres. 3 "Who's Who" 4 "Physical Fantasies" 3, 4 Wrestling l, 2, 3, 47 Co-Capt. 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball l C. P. T. 4 MILLER I-I. FINK Findlay, Ohio Major: Mathematics Y. M. C. A. 2, 3 KERWIN MARION FRY Varsity "F" Z, 3, 45 V.-Pres. 3 Findlay Ohio Einstein 2, 4 M , .eh ,I Footbatt 1, 2, 3, 4 mf- emlsfy Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Capt. 4 Chemistry Club 1, 2 Chemistry Club 1, 2 Historia Club 3 MICHAEL GIEB Cleveland, Ohio Major: History-Commercial Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Track 2, 3, 4 Y. M. C. A. l, Z Historia 2, 3 "Ghost Train" 3 Varsity "F" 3, 4 THIRTY W ig gin , .. ff meh X fi. Wifi ' I- , f 73? A ,U , W ww pf. ,, if fi A 1 K 1 4z'fYs"95hl'5?2 JWS : N 1, T4-' elf!!! , 3 ' GFS ROBERT K. GOODING Boston, Massachusetts Major: Sociology-History Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Historia 3 Student Council 3 Nu Psi Rho 3, 4 International Relations 2 Debate 2 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Seniafzi FRANK CORNELIUS GUSKY Braddock, Pennsylvania Major: History-Social Science Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Varsity "P" 3 International Relations 4 Historia Society 4 Men's Glee Club 1 Ottawa, Ohio Major: English Debate 4 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball l, 2 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 SHELDON OTHO HALL Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4 Iournal Club 1, 2 C. P. T. 4 RUSSEL WILLIAM HASSON Uniontown, Pennsylvania Major: History-Government 1700113511 21 3' 4 MARIORIE ODEYNE l-HTCHCOCK Baseball 2, 3, 4 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 Ottawa' Ohio Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Major: English-French International Relations Club 3 Y. W. C, A, 1, 2, 3, 47 Editor MARY HQLLINGTON History Club 3 Ynzeue 4 Nu Psi Rho 2 3 4 Find1aY' Ohio W. A' A' Z' Q ' Major: Philosophy-Psychology THIRTY-TWO i if , A, il, VP r H" . , M 1 -, .:'..::E ' lax M www .Ag ug HZ W . ' if " .. ,main 5 -f F3 553 me .3512 M5535 W . L , 1552? 'jf 5 A' YQ an 2,3 me 1 ,M y wmx A. 1 fisg fm .. , ' K SAY wg ,L N wr: meg N w 11 L :qu .V 95 7 1 f.2i2fgS?5i - - . f., WM de ML' . WW. Wy, nu., 5 cw -1 V :QW i ' M1295 59,3 ' M K 4 M ' f . ' 5? ' ' W7 uw 5 Wd Qfrw-'fi M775f'f : iQ5"W?' 'fi E' , vi fix. ' 7, ' I 6 2 X f .Q fy 37 .,.'- f- ' rg -5 Mi?-..,r3k .wwdgw , 'TN .' . 5 ln. . .x n I I FREDERICK WlLLlAM HOWES Nantucket, Massachusetts Maior: History Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Harvest Home Chairman 4, Cabinet 4 Alethean 2, 3, 4 Men's Glee Club 2 Mummers 2, 3, 47 President 4 Student Council 2, 4: V.-Pres. 4 Debate 2 Most Popular 2 "Successful Calamity" 2 "Ghost Train" Class President 2 Baseball l, 2 MILDRED EERN MCGRANAHAN McComb, Ohio Major: Latin-French W. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4 Alethean 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cabinet 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4g President 4 Argus Staff 3 "Who's Who" 4 ,- o WW W .VL L Seniaafi DOROTHY EDN A SWINGLEY Mt. Carroll, Illinois Major: Theology Student Volunteers l 2 3 44 v,.p,eS, 3 "" DOROTHY MAE KELLY Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Ministerial l, 2, 3, 4 Theta Epsilon Delta 4 Ohio City, Ohio Major: Commerce Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3 W. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 Girls' Sextet 3, 4 Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Ghost Train" 3 Student Council l Student Band Conductor 2, 3 Harvest Home Queen Attendant 4 Leap Week Oueen 3 General Chairman May Day 3 May Queen 4 FRED R. MATHENY ' Uniontown, Pennsylvania Major: History'Poliiical Science Y.M.C.A.l,2,3 C Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4: President 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football: Student Manager 2, 3 Class V.-Pres. 3 History Club l ARL GOTFRED MATLAND Nantucket, Massachusetts Major: Physics Y. M. C. A. l, 2 Men's Glee Club 2, 3 Octet l, Z, 3, 4 Debate l, 2 Alethean 1, 2, 3, 4: V.-Pres. 3 Einstein 3, 4: President 4 Student Council 3, 4 Argus Staff 3: Editor 3 "Who's Who" 3, 4 Iournal Club 1, 2 Class V.-Pres. 2 "Physical Fantasies" 3, 4 THIRTY-FOUR , 4+ AL I 4 Y ' I ,If . ,-,: - .:,Jjk,rg'1i'? iQ?Ef?'5 ni 2 Ly 1 Senjafrd, AUGUST CARMEN MAZZA Erie, Pennsylvania Major: Biology, Chemistry-Physics Student Council Z. 3 LULU lRENE MIKESELL Alethean Society 1, 2, 3, 4, , Id, V'-Presn 4 ldaville, n iana Major: English-Commercial Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Mummers 1, Z, 3, 4 "The Rear Car"' 2 "The Ghost Train" 3 "Taming of the Shrew" 3 "I-lay Fever" 4 Student Volunteers l Most Outstanding Student 1 Harvest Home Queen 1, 3 Directed Iunior Class Play- "Very Untruly Yours"' Biology Club 3, 4: President 3, 4 "Who's 'Who" 3, 4 Class President 3 Argus Staff 3: Business Mgr. 3 Football l, 2 IOSEPH HALE MILLER Carlisle, Pennsylvania Major: Theology Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Ministerial l, 2, 3, 4: V.-Pres. 1 V I Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4 Fmd15Yf Ohio Theta Epsilon Delta 4 JERRY LEWIS MORRISON CHARLES B. MILLER Findlay, Ohio Major: Business Administration Y. M. C. A. 2.3. 4 Chemistry Club 2, 3 Major: Business Administration Y. M. C. A. dl, 2,43, 4: Secretary EDNA EILEEN NEFF 3: Presi ent . Iournal Club 2 Mendon' Ohm , Einstein Club 3, 4: Secretary 4 M6i0fI F1'e11Ch-Ldflfl Nu Psi Rho 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 "Co-op" Director 3, 4 Class V.-Pres. 4 Golf 2, 4 Class Sec.-Treas. Z Alethean Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. 3 Leap Week Queen l Harvest Home Queen 2 Harvest Queen's Attendant 1, 3 THIRTY-SIX vm..-,wqk wwfuqqw -ww H-we-w 1,1 -Q I IV, Ax. X Wifi 1 ,gf M, 1 -' . 5 A .I ,Q W ig' I iw uf 552355 ,1 t V! V -- , , , . . , . . 3?:JS!JJ' 5 3 Hip 5 'Fax .fwstgesfxf I n wwwmqgg vm new :mm mmm 9 ,rw 4 .iran 4 ,nu mx lo 8 S W 1 . -,,,,w M fs qw w,".nffn' nw, f,-:will len, 1 Q v. an sul sr an '2 1 9 f H aw . . W y an lkhmgamfrm -nic 1' I 1-wsu hw, 'A 11 GEORGE GARVER OXLEY Fremont, Ohio Major: History Y. M. C. A. 2, 3 Student Council 3, 4 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 4 "Ghost Train" 3 Basketball Manager 2 Historia 3, 4 EUGENE RAYLE Findlay, Ohio Major: Chemistry Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Men's Glee Club 2 Basketball 1 Chemistry Club 2, 3 Wrestling Manager 4 Varsity "F" 4 fseniafzd ALEDA lOSEPHlNE PPOST Scott, Ohio Major: English-French Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 47 Cabinet 3, 4 W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 2, 3 Alethean 3, 4 Harvest Home Oueen 1940 PAUL PHILIP PONZURIC Uniontown, Pennsylvania Major: History Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Football 1, Z, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2 VERNON F. RHODES Cleveland, Ohio Maior:Histo1'y-Government MARY ELLEN RIDGE Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 "Ghost Train" 3 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Findlay, Ohio Major: Frenchiatin Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cabinet 3 Historia Club 2, 3 Double Quartet 2 Sextet 3, 4 Men's Glee Club Accompanist 4 Octet Accompanist 4 Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, Nu Psi Rho 2, 3 Mummers 1, 2, 3, 4 "Ghost Train" 3 "Who's Who" 4 3,4 "Taming of the Shrew" THIRTY-El GHT mu 1 L. 122' . 7 '? W , ' ' ---- vm f xg-V PPV- " fm. L " - tm 1. ' 'Qi , Av in xi 1 E, W fiffii A vw 1? a, ,. - -- F W W 4922 ' il bl ilf ul 4 4 w .. -ugtvbv An.. , Jn- 1 ' "Y ' 2322221 , 5, , , 1 A .4 V .PK Y A-is , ...M K fr v M , 1::LT.1'::g Mm.. ,......, , N.....-Q-...,W mm 1 l m ww 9 mmm 1 S-'I' if f.,- vi' L - , rg -P Www' a- , 1 4 .. X . 7 1 E ,.,, , M 3' z YZ f ! 7' .. ,Aww .Ya raw ROBERT S. ROSENCRANS Findlay, Ohio Major: Philosophy 8 Y- M' C1 A- 1' 2' 3' 42 Pfoqfam MICHAEL FRANCIS SCASNY Chairman 1, 2, 3 Mummers 3, 4 Nu Psi Rho 1, 2 Class V.-President 1 Lorain, Ohio Major: Bio.loqy4Pl1ysics Y M C A l 2 3 4 Arqus Staff 1, 2 Vgrshy LF.: 4' ' ' CLAUDE EDWIN STARR Gen. Chairman Harvest Home 2 Fombau 1' 2, 3, 4 Brackenriciqe, Pennsylvania glurgbiersii 2 Basketball 1, 2 Major: Social Science an ' B b ll l 1 Orchestra 1 Tijskal' 2 Ioaellisicllfesclillbsz' 31912 2 3 4 Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Dgbigz '4' ' us' Q' ' ' Chemistr Ciulal Z 1 ' Y ' f. M. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4: RHODA S. KAUFFMAN Mayiown, Pennsylvania Major: Theology Cabinet 3, 4 Nu Psi Rho Z, 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms 23 V.-Pres. 35 President 4 Student Council 4 Golf 4 Band 1, Z C. P. T. 4 Ale-thean 3. 4 ROBERT TRAVERS Y. W. C. A. 1, 2 Student Volunteer 1, 2, 3, 4 Ministerial 1, 2, 3, 47 Sec.-Treas. 3, 4 Biology Club 3, 4 "Who's Who" 4 Theta Epsilon Delta 4: Treasurer Columbus, Ohio Major: History Varsity "F" 3, 4 Historia 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 EDWARD F. WASON Findlay, Ohio Major: H istoryflovernment Football 1, 2, 3 Track l, 2 Historia 3 International Relations 3 Debate 1, 3 FORTY WJ, lim if-N Qzff' .mg ROBERT SNODDY Uniontown, Pennsylvania Major: History 'Seniafzfi Vafsiiv "F" 21 3' 4 PAUL W. MILLER Basketball 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Findlay, Ohio Major: Chemistry Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3 Alethean 1, 2, 3, 4 Chemistry Club 2, 35 President 2 DAVID HENRY WEST Port Clinton, Ohio Major: English-Business Y. M. C. A. 4 Men's Glee Club l, 2 Varsity "F" 3, 47 Sec.-Treas. 4 Wrestlinq l, 2, 3 C. P. T. 4 RICHARD WELCOME VAN ALL Columbus, Ohio Major: Mathematics Y. M. C. A. 4 Varsity "F" 2, 3, 4 Einstein 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4: Captain 4 Wrestling 1 Tennis 3, 4 IOHN LEROY WOODS Brackenridqe, Pennsylvania Major: Theology Nu Psi Rho 2, 3, 49 President 3: Vice-President 4 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 47 Treas. 3 Ministerial l, 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3 Men's Glee Club 2, 4 Student Council Z Wrestling 1, 2 FORTY-TWO FORTY.THREE The g,,m430"' 8104 Grodnotinq to the roriiied otrnosphere inhctbited by upper ciossrnen, this tjecxfs 'innior cidss continued to distinquish itseii in both cnrricnior ond extrct-cnrricuicir dctivities. The siccxtinq parties initicxted Tost tjedr were continued h success. The Xnnior pidxj created new stond- rodnction dt Yindioy' Coiieqe. Her eotr on the rohs ot honor etiorts rndice 'th rnnc Qi-Citi rv d to opp Their teted the wi oirds tor cTctss cicxss rnernbers continue in studies os weii ds in dthietics. possibie this edition oi the "lXrqus." They' oiso Seniors dt the onnnoi Sr.-Sr. Banquet. Snove Monroe rernoined ot the heirn oi his cidss. 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' X-'Y 1 . f ROBERT LINDSEY IVIARY IVIURPHY ALBERT ROLLAND jx, I 'J gg tv' of 1 x I RUTH LINDSEY LEE MCCARTHY MARVIN MONROE MAX NIEBEL GERALDINE RICE CHARLES RIEGER PAUL SCHLOSSER CHARLES SHERK DARRELL STANBERRY FORTY-EIGHT JUNIOR STOUT HAROLD TALLING BEULAH TURNER IAMES VAN FLEET IACOR WAGNER LOWELL WELICER RUDOLPH WILJAMAA GAYLORD WILKIN EDWIN WOLEE KENNETH ZUERCHER ROBERT ORLEY Not pictured: RALPH EDIE RUSSELL LYNCH IACK HENNING LAVERLE MILLER ANNABELLE NEUMANN ' FORTY-NINE C9 reasurer xl-N ' e Resident Xwmi Come Xbfhxai Yoxm Vice-President Student Council Representouv Mme Domameow Xem Canaan Lusk qeoie uee'mXsfQOXe- 'qeofe Yxopeime. VKX Kee oqokrx bq Xwkxx CoXe Xxx 'Coe Vseekdeocq. 'Yoeq were wie Xoek ax me 'gear' e Xoeqmrimq because oi no xmixoix rx god no Yreekxmoo bodqemxq. Pye o does Qoeq emexed -gooxe cmd fooxe mko scxo.ooX Me ood -scYxooX ood-Jw.ee.'Ylkxeq okexkokrxed me newcofoete dxmoq Yxeskwoon v1 eekcq Xem 'Co x Kciemed exe Ko XOOQQQXX, boeY.e'C0oXX, boeeboh, wmofixce, -Nods.. Geod pm-speaks Koi im e Xuviors, mefrfo debcfxe one dub FRF-TY Sfwfw FIFTY-ONE First row, Ie-it io right-A. Smith, I. Clark, S. Linder, Ghasler, Feiqhtner, A. ll-lall, Cl F. Clark, L. Smith. Kalp, Hyma, Younkin, Donelson, Perry, evenger, Second row--Saul, Cole, Speiser, Lundberg, Roih, Constani, Kint, Leinhaas, Phillips, Wurm, Bishop, Fast, O. Wilkins, Purdy, Beall. Third row-Wagner, Sibriel, D. Linder, Lyons, Slough, W. Clark, Baker, W. Willf ins, Foltz, Carlin, Pick, Engle-r, Inman, Kokorcheny, Green. aaatfzmm They said they were green - - and a second look showed they were only beginning to blossom. Some were fresh, some were confident, some were timid, as all freshmen should be. Absence of initiation was not greatly appre- ciated. Freshman Week ended - - tasks begun, found Willing hands and fresh minds to tackle a new' job. They soon became adjusted and did yeoman dut at Harvest Home and Clean-up Day, led by Pres. lggy ancuso. A lot of Work - - a lot of play and the year':1 end found them Worthy of the name - - Sophomore. FIFTY-TWO 4 - C5 Q 4 A - FIFTY-THREE I . rl 124345 ,fiifrf,F,5.-, Top Flictlsrez Fira! row, lei? in riglzlfri.. Kiril, Sarliiss, Duiion, Kamerer, Orridorrf, Vlfoodxxfard, Grimm, Second 1'owiPope, Billieu, Taylor, son, Third row- Cmricilla, Scliindolur, Harriman, Larliins, lnbociy, Lesni Murphy, Pogguo, Browder, Henry. Ste-mer, Booiy, lflsea, Sriavoly, Bryarit, Thomp- Harclmari, Var1el:. Wblilqaimxili, Fiidqe, B. Day, McLaughlin, VJ. Clci, Sholclori, 'l'l1ornpsori, Lubowicki, Daubert. Eollom Piclure: First row, left Zo riqlil-IVIL1:sson, Broske, Royle, lvlaher, I. Hartman, Steiqerwali, Caslcoy, Davidson, Prali, Yoder, Kroul. Second row I. Myers, Chapiri, Slmoppard, Bowor-sox, Helsel, Hamilton, 'XfVol'1lqa- mulli, Budd, Hzxqhes, Ham rn, E-archerii, Slick, S. Myers, Moucuso. Third row- Laila, Vfebber, Hays, Gossmari, I. Day, Zhuu, Howell, McGuire, Edqiuq lon, Glen, Holliris, Powell. 01,444 ' 'LM N, Wi kcmxed dooxfe Xe ci eceoe Ksogo one Kqemcg Xose Ko. vikixcv. Xyfixee Ciokkq cmd Qxoi. xkoqoo me makin xox-e 'Yoke Xe one ok Qoe Goose-5 ok ev ew ew edie Kxdxoi Q Xxx ,Coe coyo- foexdxd XK.eXd. 'VoovX.e qo Ko e-ex1exoX ek dems Xxx Qoe Kqpxoq degoxkyoexxk Km oeelxeix Q xxx pxepo Xoq 'Coe copq ok Qoxe Neue. YF FIFTY FIVE cial0ZaMe1 First row-Prof. Eldrecl Malhes, Reeq, Mueller, Rauch, Day, Miller, Prof. E. E. Maqoon. Second row-Miss Myrtle Cratty, McCoy, Von Gunten, Mitchell, Dreyer, Eberhart, Roush, Kraut. Third row-Price, Brecht, Wagruer, Browder, McKee, Courtney, Cupples. Business Administrators in the making. Proteges of Professors Magoon and Mathes and Miss Cratty. This department prepares students in all branches of business training, including one- and two-year secretarial and business administration, one-year stenography and ac- counting, and four-year business education. They have joined heartily in extra-curricular activities and made themselves an integral part of college life and college tradition. 'I 5 'D ,fl -Q ,?'r' . f .f Q. ,J Q If if L ff , ,, rf' 52,1 Lfig , gf? ,iff .mfg ,521 gag? L! wc:-L4 QP 1-'iff an WILLIAM C. DEMILLE, Scenarist GIN CHIU Kuo, Patriot WILL DURANT, Philosopher IIM THORPE, Athlete CLARA GREEN, LUPOT Lef-ide? Mr. Schumacher and Miss jordan congratulat LORD MARLEY, Diplomat Luther King and accompanist. ALSO DH. WILLIAM F. S. YATES, Pianist SAM CAMPBELL, Naturalist CECIL LEESON, Saxophonist FIFTY-SIX t f ji rw fn, ' .L .1 l"P,tf" ' dh " .Nw I L! Qgkfflefftjyzlf' llLfb45:'l4Q!1"j' established O F cut., .s Relations Committee tins year tor promotion ot c and W b tween students and taculty. Reception - - Form 1 in oduction ot by hes men tor ati. 4 Faculty tollowed to tacuity, v SEVEN WlLLlAM A. BAlPt Professor ot Education Findlay College, B. Ed., 1922 Ohio State University, A. M., 1927 University of Southern California, Ed. D., 1937 Findlay College, 1921- FOREST BEERY Professor of Theology Findlay College, A. B., 1931 Graduate Work Oberlin School 'of Theology, 1940 Findlay College, 1939- MYRTLE L. CFLATTY Instructor in Business Administration University of Toledo, B. Ed., 1939 Graduate School, University ot Toledo, 1939 Findlay College, 1939- ELIZAEETH DAVIS Instructor in Physical Education Wittenberg College, A. B., 1934 University of Michigan, A. M., 1937 Findlay College, 1934- CEORGE E. DODDS Professor of Political and Social Science College ot Wooster, B. S., 1928 Columbia University, A. M., 1935 Yale University, Ph. D., 1939 Findlay College, 1937- BERNlTA DREITZLER Dean of Women, Professor ot English Oberlin College, A. B., 1908 Oberlin College, A. M., 1909 Columbia University, A. M., 1922 Ohio State University, Ph. D., 1939 Findlay College, 1927- EUGENE K. EAKIN Professor ot Theology and Classical Languages Findlay College, A. B., 1928 University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed., 1936 Western Theological Seminary, B. S. T., 1938 Graduate School, University of Pittsburgh, 1936-1938 Findlay College, 1938- CA'l'l-lERlN1-2 ELLIS Librarian Ohio Northern University, B. S., 1929 Western Reserve University, Library School, B. L. S., 1939 Findlay College, 1929- RAYMOND M. GONSO Dean of Men, Professor ot Philosophy Findlay College, A. B., 1924 Yale Divinity School, B. D., 1927 Yale University, A. M., 1928 Ohio State University, Ph. D., 1936 Findlay College, 1929- ROBEFZT A. HONN Professor ot Psychology lohnson Bible College, A. B., 19137 M. Th., 1914 Graduate School, University of lllinois, 1923 University of Michigan, Ph. D., 1931 Findlay College, 1930- NELSON IONES Instructor in Physical Education ' Findlay College, A. B., 1934 Columbia University, A. M., 1938 Findlay College, 1935- VlOLE'l"l'E IOHDAN Director of the Conservatory, and Instructor in Piano University of Rochester, M. Mus., 1932 Pupil and assistant to Oliver Denton, Berlin Pupil to Severin Eisenberger Pupil of Wilhelm Klatte in counter- point and composition Pupil of Madam Giraird-Latarse Pupil ot Maurice Dumnesnil and Yves Nat, Paris Findlay College Conservatory, 1940- 1-1O1!V'APtD Ft. KISSELL Director of Physical Education Purdue University, B. S., 1931 Ohio State University, A. M., 1938 Findlay College, 1936- 'WlLLlAIv1 C. LEVAN Professor ot Biology Bloornsburg State Normal, 1907 DePauw University, A. B., 1910 University of Michigan, A. M., 1914 University of Pennsylvania, Ph. D., 1929 Graduate School, University of Chicago, 1928 Findlay College, 1929- E. E. MAGOON Director of Commercial Courses Findlay College, A. B., 1928 Findlay College, 1921- ELDRED MATHES Instructor in Business Administration McPherson College, B. S., 1936 University ot Kansas, A. M., 1937 University of Michigan, A. M., 1939 Findlay College, 1939- CARROLL A. MOREY Dean, Professor of Chemistry Oberlin College, A. B., 1916 University of Colorado, M. S., 1927 Graduate School, University ot Chicago, 1923 Graduate School, University of Michigan, 1937, 1938 Findlay College, 1921- WILLIAM NEWTON Professor of English Ohio Wesleyan University, A. B., 1938 University of Michigan, A. M., 1939 Findlay College, 1940- YALE K. ROOTS Professor oi Mathematics and Physics College oi Wooster, B. S., 1922 New York University, M. S., 1926 Boston University, Ph. D., 1934 Instructor, New York University, 1924-1930 Findlay College, 1930- 1-IARRY I. SARKISS Professor of History Park College, A. B., 1917 McCormick Theological Seminary, B. D., 1919 Dubuque University, M. Th., 1927 University of Illinois, A. M., 1931 Northwestern University, Ph. D., 1934 Findlay College, 1937- OLIVER SCI-IUMACHER Director of Orchestra and Instructor in Violin Institute of Musical Art CDamrosch Schoolj Pupil ot Louis Bostelrnann Ensemble with Louis Soecenski Appreciation with Henry Krebbiel Director of Instrumental Music of Hancock County Schools, 1924-1929 Findlay College Conservatory, 1935- CI-IARLOTTE WALTERS Instructor in Pipe Organ Findlay College Mus. B., 1915 Piano Pupil of Mrs. Dorothy Miller Duclcwitz Piano pupil of Maude Tucker Doolittle Piano pupil of Silvio Scionti Organ pupil of Cora Conn Moorhead Organ pupil of Adolph Stodermann Findlay College Conservatory, 1935- ROY I. WERTHEIM Professor of Romance Languages Ohio State University, A. B., 1907 Ohio State University, A. M., 1931 University of Chicago, A. M., 1916 Ohio State University, Ph. 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Third row-Fast, Turner, Perry, Lindsey, Linder, Berry, Ghaster, Donelson, Younkin BOTTOM PICTURE First row-L. Smith, F. Clark, Hyma, Hall, Kalp, Thompson, E. Murphy, Grim, Kint. Second row-Hardman, Vanek, Brecht, Sarkiss, Kamerer, Dutton, Woodward, Orndorrf Pope, Elsea, Feiqhtner, Billieu. Third towvCleve-nqer, McKee, Van Sant, Bryant, Poque, Henry, Moorehead, Bowers Snavely, Browder, A. Smith. Y. M C A Open to all men on the Campus. Promoting Christian ldeals and social responsibilities. Harvest Home, May Day, Weekly programs. President, Luke Goodman. ' Q - 4 , L TOP PICTURE First row-Lewis, Goodman, Starr, 'vVoods, Dr. Gonso, Morrison, Monroe, Feightner, Howes, Leidig Second row-E. Rayle, Emans, Federici, Houston, Heigel, I. Miller, Stout, C. Miller, Kanuck Hall, Obley, Braden, Diemert. Third rowe-Scasny, Halsey, Boldosser, Reiger, Hazelton, Rosencrans, Matheny, Wagner, Duffield, Ianson, West, Gooding. BOTTOM PICTURE First row-Chapin, Maher, Mussen, Sheppard, Powell, Ridge, Krout. Second row-Sayre, Cole, Yoder, Hartman, Leinhass, Dr. Gonso, Purdy, Saul, Webber, Pratt, VV. Wilkins, Steigerwalt. Third row-Bowersox, Carlin, Hamilton, Hover, Phillips, Clark, Kint, Thompson, Budd, I. Day, Speiser, Green, Hamm, Hindal, Daubert, Cupples, lnbody, Hartman, Constant. Fourth row4Davidson, Helsel, H. Rayle, Bartch, Wbhlgamuth, Slough, W. Day, Caskey, Lundberg, Fast, Inman, Engler, Cancilla, Bishop, Foltz, O. Wilkins, Beck, Slick, Rollins. WOMEN S GLEE CLUB Due to their fine interpretations of a varied program this year, the girls' glee club gave several programs. Besides their debut in the Christmas Chapel on December l2, and their formal Spring Concert on March 14, they appeared at the March Y. W. and Y. M. Vesper Service and before the American Legion Auxiliary on March 26. The chorus ot 25 well-balanced voices was under the able direction of our talented Mrs. Homer Dunathan. The girls were fortunate in having not only one, but three accompanists this season, namely Mary Ellen Ridge, Doris Ensign and Dorothy Dunathan. The other officers were Lois Smith, who acted as J., .. 4' gy: r ' . librarian, and Helen Pope, Who was secretary. 'J ' lf' ,VI w .l . N' 'lff rl O tl "liz L. a J J. "L First row-Crittenden, Orndorff, Bowers, Ridge, Mrs. Dunathan, Taylor, Younkin, Smith. Second row-Brecht, Vanelc, Sarl-ziss, Mooreheacl, Sterner, Beery, Thompson, Gallant, Lansell. Third tow-Dunathan, Ensign, Van Sant, Lindsey, Bell, Hyma, Kelly, Clark, Pope. SIXTY-FOUR Gi Q 5. fl rf' SIXTY-FIVE First row-Beard, Hayle, Speiser, Cole, Mrs. Dunathan, Lewis, Leidiq, Cupples. Second rowgl-lamilton, Ridge, Daubert, Starr, lnbody, Braden, Wilkins, lanson. Third row-Webber, Matland, Gooding, Howard, Carlin, Purdy, Duffield. Fourth row-Beltz, Miller, Yoder, Budd, Stout, Rauch, Hays. With 28 voices ready at her command, Mrs. Homer Dunathan brought this fine group of singers through another triumphant year. They made their debut in November in a chapel program, and they proved themselves a success in their annual Spring Concert. The audience seemed pleasinqly surprised when the several solos were Sung during the numbers in the spring concert. The officers included Bill Carlin as secretary, and Dale Leidiq as librarian. Miss Mary Ellen Ridge was the accompanist. SEXTET OCTET These six little maids of melody have fulfilled their dream this year in that they made a tour through eastern Indiana. Two new members, Naomi Gallant, second soprano, and Helen Beery, alto, were added to Mary Ellen Ridge and Lydia Lansell, first Sopranos: Dorothy Dunathcrn, second soprano: and Dorothy Kelly, alto. Doris Ensign acts as accompanist. The girls started early in the year under the guidance of Mrs. Dunathan to prepare for this year's appearances at churches, club meetings, high schools, banquets, chapel and Y. W. C. A. programs, and assisted in various musical activities on the campus. Due to graduation, Dorothy Kelly and Mary Ellen Ridge will leave the organization. Now in the fifth year of its existence, the octet has become somewhat of an institution about the Findlay College Campus. The four vacancies left last lune were filled by Warren Clark, Iohn Howard, Robert Yoder and Hubert Rauch, and thus the group stands with l..aVerle Miller as first tenor, Carl Matland as second tenory bari- tones, Claude Starr and Irvin Cole. Their accompanist this year is Mary Ellen Ridge. Their appearances varied from church services and civic affairs to school and college functions. Preceding their southeastern goodwill tour which included church, school and radio programs, they presented an evening service in the College Church. Commencement this year will leave the places of Miller, Matland, Starr and accompanist, Mary Ellen Ridge, open for new members to this distinguished group. T SIXTY SIX 5lXTY.SEVEN iliiw KLIJIILQU I fig? 7411f,,fQv:'i: ' JET H QU Q., w af L 1 f Seaied: ENSIGN MRS. DUNATI-IAN S tan din q: RIDGE BEERY GALLANT DUN ATHAN LANSELL KELLY Lg: Seated: MILLER COLE RIDGE RAUCH S landing: CLARK HOWARD YODER MATLAND STARR Naya 1947 Seekers after memories . . . searching for ideas. Long hours spent in dreaming old dreams over aqain . . . for you. One picture is Worth a thousand Words . . . but what picture and what Words? Things to remember - - the Wee, small hours . . . editoriz- ing over cokes and potato chips . . . broken pistons . . . cooperation from the staff, student body and faculty . . . last minute rushes . . . deadlines . . . iinis . . . hopes for a job Weil done. STAFF E' di or .,,i..r,.i.....,.,.. IACOB WAGNER Business and Advertising ...W IUNIOR SToU'r Assistant Editor .......... CLINTON EMANS Sp rts ,...... 4. .r.... VAN SAUL Ca ndar .,.. . . ,LYDIA LANSELL Typing ..,.........,...,.. IOHN HOUSTON Faculty Advisor .... DR. ROY I. WEHTHEIM SIXTY ElGHT SIXTY-NINE 9 4' J 'S WAGNEH, DR. WERTHEIM IUNIOR STOUT VAN SAUL LYDIA LANSELL CLINT EMANS IOHN HOUSTON THE MLJMHRQERS On floor: Beck Smith Gons 0 Duffiela Seated: Miller Bell Mikese 1 Sayre McKel v e I Standing: Ridge Cole Carli Montxgo rr Hyer Snave ly Stout ery For the dramatic-minded and talented . . . open to all students by try-outs. Prof. Newton as sponsor and director. Newton, authority on Shakespeare, has pro- moted "The Taming of the Shrew" in the spring of 1940 and the "Two Gentlemen of Verona" this spring. Pictured below is the cast for "The Taming of the Shrew." Seated: Ensign Dunathan Howes Prof. Newton Cole Billieu Ridge S landing: Webber Miller Duffield Bartch Bell Stout Beck Sayre Myers 7' llsrq lliitriilig l. mira" By Iunior Class . . . three-act farce . . . directed by Lulu Mike- sell and Prof. Newton. Cast: Lansell, Fast, Ianson, Van Fleet, Arnold, Kitzerow, Murphy, Emans, Niebel, Gallant. Tick- ets: Greenland and Houston. Lights: Stout. Usher: Ensign. Stage: Welker and Lewis. 'Haig lever" By Murnmers . . . comedy ot sophistication, with an English setting. Make-up by Guy Miller. Directed by Prof. Newton. Busi- ness Manager: A. Smith. Stage Set-up: Cole. Lights: Stout. Cast: Lindsey, Ensign, Bartch, Mikesell, Carlin, Sayre, Duna- than, Hyer, Billieu. . W1 . . DEBATE v.ux . The season's opener saw the innovation of "direct clash" debating in Northwestern Ohio, and the Dodclsmen garnering a second place for themselves in the men's division ot the tournament. This auspicious beginning was followed by practice tournaments at Bowling Green and Heidelberg, in preparation for the nation- wide tourney at Manchester and Huntington, Indiana, from whence the masters ot eloquence emerged with six tor them and six for the others. The record suffered a little as the result oi the Ohio Conference Meet in Columbus-tive wins, seven setbacks. The season's tinis came at the Sectional tournament at Bowling Green, and another second place was the result of verbal bomb- shells dropped hither and yon. Prospects tor next year are bright: Monroe, Ianson, Carlin, Sayre and Bartch, who bore the brunt of the attack, will all return for more of the same. Webber, Spieser and Leinhaas will be in reserve. Season's record:-24 wins - - 20 losses. Q" .Agri First row!-Webber, Dr. Dodds, Monroe, lanson. Second row-Speiser, Sayre, Bartch, Lewis, Hall, Carlin. SEVENTY-TWO SEVENTY-THREE STUDENT COUNCIL ,L , 14 R .V ' ' :iffy fi 1 ' xexsiigi ' , . ,. fy W fs, it 4, , , , ,msg-T. W, 1.,1,,M,, J' '-., s-XRS: .' -' 1. J: , V 'i I w, 1' ' mzgls' Lfgihffwfif . '.. ,', -, . wg, A i . -, , i First row-Hiie, Diemert, Sarkiss, Clark, McGranahan, Dr. Roots, Howes, Matland, Halsey. Second row-Mancuso, Oxley, Sayre, Wagner, Kitzerow, Stout, Morrison, Lewis, Starr, Feightner, Monroe, Cole. Representatives from organizations present unified front upon student affairs . . . constitution re-amended with Dr. Roots as Faculty member. Date book otficialized with all club meetings limited to Monday nights, and with all other official functions required to be listed in the date book. Adding Socially . . . Leap Week, crowning "Wriggling Wurm" and Mary Dutton, Rhodes calling Bingo . . . Kissing Booth . . . plus Clean-Up Day with April skies and postponements. Presidential election at mid-term with Diemert taking the reins. THETA EPS STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Composed of students, ministerial and otherwise, with interest in home and foreign missions. Bi-Weekly meetings, for the pur- pose of studying mission fields and famous missionaries. De- votions, trips to neighboring churches to present missionary programs. Purpose - - to foster-missionary-mindedness among students and churches. Wesley Halsey serving as president, Dorothy Swingley as deputations chairman: program committee, Arlene Bell, Bob Speiser and Clinton Emans. Sponsored by Pro- fessors Eakin and Beery. Papers Written for meetings and for church advocate, dealing with out-missions in India. Organization ended at mid-semester by a much-discussed union with the ministerial association. - .. 4. 4 A First row-Browder, Smith, Lansell, Younkin, Fast, Kauffman, Grimm, Pogue. Second row-Prof. Eakin, H. Meyers, Webber, Billieu, Snavely, Clark, Henry, Bell, Murphy, Thompson, Swingley, Boldosser, Halsey, Miller. Third row--I. Myers, Green, Thompson, Wilkins, Hughes, Budd, Constant, Lundberg, Speiser, Davidson, Emans, S. Myers. SEVENTY-FOUR ON DELTA SEVENTY-FIVE MINISTERIAL Ministers in embryo - - professional interests and professional subjects in evidence. Sponsored by Rev. Beery and Rev. Eakin - - who supply both gravity and humor - - trips to Detroit and Co- lumbus to hear men famous in their field. Other trips and ob- servations to further the student's understanding of the ministerial method and the ministerial problem. Mid-semester union with sister orqanization, the Student Volun- teers, for purpose of solidarity and elimination of overlapping interest of both organizations. New club is named Theta Epsilon Delta from the first letters of the Greek words meaning: God, Church and Service. First row-Prof. Eakin, R. Thompson, Murphy, Kauffman, Fast, Bell, Turner Grimm, Swinqley, Halsey. Second row-Woods, Boldosser, H. Meyers, Constant, Lewis, Miller, Lundburq, I. Thompson, Goodwin, Wagner. Third row-I. Myers, Wilkins, Speiser, Hughes, Cornwell, Slick, Davidson, Daubert, Green, S. Myers. NU PSI RHO '25 if ' . A A .. V . f .. Sealed-Goodwin, Abrams, Starr, Dr. I-lorm, Feightner, Hitchcock, Speiser. SIandir1gaTurr1er, Younkin, Hyma, W. Clark, Gooding, Morrison, Leidig, Woods, Ohley, Fast, F. Clark. Psychologists philosophizing - - bi-Weekly meetings - - student papers. Mercy killing, psychology of public opinion. Innovation, as Dr. Caplin of Toledo State Hospital speaks on "One in twenty." Trip - - Toledo State Hospital, Lincoln School for Handicapped children, Detroit. Social - - steak try - - oh, my! Assisting in lecture course on "Marriage" with Dr. Caplin. Sponsor - - Dr. Honn, head of Psychology Department. SEVENTY SIX . , T. :Z 1, ALETH EAN M e , , Z, l as , -9612 4 A . EVENTY-SEVEN First row-I-Iyma, Kauffman, Matland, Dr. Gonso, Mazza, McGranahan, Lansell. Second row-Pfost, Emans, Monroe, Miller, Howes, Stout, Wagner, Peightner, Abrams, Neff. Public airings for personal opinions - - open minds and free expres- sion - - Aletheans old, Aletheans new - - perplexing prognostica- tions pertaining to pertinent problems - - silence a premium, refreshments in order. Mazza with "Animal Origins" --Pfosi solving "Divorce" --Emans goes into the "Dance" - - Monroe on "Modern Education" - - Picnics and Puns - - Negro Spirituals - - Banquets for old 'time's sake. Initiates initiated - - Halsey, Webber, Yoder, Wagner, Dunathan, Gillespie, Davidson, Bowers. Matland, Feightner, Abrams, Mazza, Piost, Kauffman, Miller, Howes, McGranahan, departing. Mailancl resigning, Abrams presiding. W. A.A Sf. 1-az. 2 v 'iii 3 A . Seated--Miss Davis, Ensign, lVIcGranahan, Gallant, Piost, Donelson. Standing-Arnold, Younlcin, Kelly, Hyma, Hall, Lindsey, Clark, Feightner, Lansell. The W. A. A. supplies a splendid source of athletic activity for the young Women of the college through its Monday night intra- rnurals. In due season, such sports as soccer, basketball, volley- ball, baseball, swimming and hiking for the members prove to be Valuable time spent. Each year the girls share the fun by inviting high school students to their annual Play Day. At the close of the busy day, a tasty banquet subsides the hunger of the active girls. The ottices are held this year by Ruth Lindsey, president: Velma Arnold, Vice-presidentg Betty Hyma, recording secretary: and Alleda Hall, treasurer. 4 1 n SEVENTY EIGHT SEVENTY-NINE Ofiicialed by Matheny, Feightner, Abrams, West and Braden. Sponsored by Prof. N. M. Iones. All members are participants on one or more varsity teams. Indispensible aids to the Athletic Department. The club sponsored the Varsity "F" Basketball tournament which drew teams from all parts of Northwestern Ohio. Assisted as cheer leaders and organizers of pep sessions and rallies. The members in their lunior year receive pins cmd in their Senior year are awarded honorary gold footballs, basket- balls, baseballs, or track shoes. Such is but a glimpse of this club's activity which ranks with other outstanding organizations at Findlay College. VARSITY "F" FW ,Van I, -5.4 . ld 2325? , First row'-Braden, Fink, Abrams, D. West, lvlatheny, Oxley, Feightner, Hall, Lindsey. Second row-Jenks, Lynch, Endrek, Schlosser, Wiljamaa, Kitzerow, Wolfe, Van Fleet, Holland, Paskewich, Hasson, Zuercher. Third row-Goodish, Ianson, Travers, Beganie, Gieb, Kanuclc, Henning, Van Allen, Rhodes, Duffield, Lathers. EINSTEIN Seated-Stout, Diemert, Matland, Dr. Roots, Kanuck, Morrison, Feiqhtner. Standing--Reiger, Lyons, Van Allen, Fink, Baker, Nichols, Phillips. Membership oi Mathematic and Physics students - - regular meeting in lab. - - followed by refreshments - - papers by Matland and Stout - - Mathematical tricks and oddities - - trips to Lima Locomotive Works, Tripplet Meter Works, Central Ohio Light and Power Generating Station at Bluffton - - outside speakers on fluorescent lighting, infra-red heating and drying - - scientific motion pictures - - Physical Fantasies - - long-distance telephone call by Bell Telephone, l:2:3, 300,000 Volts, magic eye, 24:25. New members - - second semester - - Keller, Webber, Cancilla, Chapin, Ernest, Sheppard. Head experimenters - - lvlatland, Kanuck, Morrison, Diemert. Dr. Yale K. Roots is sponsor. EIGHTY R, Hop lolglggt EQAIKE MURSH17 UD HY ED LSTEIN W EACH ILLIE HOP? e Hue io: ihousands oi young fnen wiih ihe ioqfaxn. Yindiay Coiieqe has qraduaied s The iauer raied wiih seven hoih in iheoreiicai and d 'oy' Dr. Y. XC. 'dent oi C1935 com P 'il o ' iicense . ' q oiass inisiere 6 'Presi "Mike" PM-minded i inauquxaiion oi ihe C. . iwo qxoups ihus ist with piiois oiher coiieqes as a naiionaiiy ouisiandin piaciicai expetience. 'Yheoreiicai ixaininq is adm hooks, head oi ihe Physics Depatifneni ai ihe Coiieqe an ihe Ohio ?hw1sios Socieiy. 'Eiiqhi insiruciion is supewised by Murphy, ihxee iii-nes Naiionai Siuni Champion and aiready recognized, and consid-eyed by expefis io be ihe inieinaiionai ace in siuniinq. e aim oi ihis pioqrarn is io inieresi xnen and women oi superioi d inieiiiqence in iiyinq, as an avocaiion wiih ihe hope ihai vocaiiong a boosi toward deiense and io diteci ihe io ihe ait, Th chataciex an ii yniqhi 'oecoxne a ixend oi iuiure itanspoxisiion eaeHTY.oN E Ground Schoo1fDr. Boots, Instrucior Summer Graduates, 1940fFinton, Hover, Burkei, Bishop fs. o ,,. i3135,gj4WV 4, 1 - . '!'. ..-V . 1 5 N 5 35 Siu' ' 'Q x K 2 'X M X 'mi W ' rm cmf Jig fi' Ll , :wg ,, . 1 X Lf " Q F125 i N gal fix-5' ff if-gif , ,w , ,ir , Q-Qi, w ,gb ay' 1 451, fm 'K by ,Ba-QQ 532 mf Y 1: 1 IL X I, Y ' T P32 mi if P! ,,-, ' wi -Q y f ' f id 1' vs- ,f in X Hn 2 fu 1' A-55 'LT 0 T IGHTY-THREE on ffm aww Athletic Director Howard Kissell spent several weeks charging his Oiler gridders with a genuine fighting spirit and developing that great amount of potential energy that is characteristic of well-trained athletes. The Findlay mentor, starting his fifth year, kept the Oilers drilling on fundamental factors all season and built from them a really outstanding football machine. Garver Oxley, 2lO-pound guard from Fremont, Ohio, was given the captain honors and the gridders Went to work on one of the toughest of F. C. football schedules. ln the season debut at Adrian, Michigan, September ll, the Oilers came through in a promising 19-0 style to win the first opener for Findlay College in a number of years. The Orange and Black outplayed their rival Bulldogs scoring three times and getting within ten yards of the pay dirt at least five other times. Paul Schlosser passed to Iack Henning for the season's first score and Ollie Renfrew trotted the ball across the goal for the next two scores. Harry Kanuck booted an. extra point and the l94U season was off to a good start! lt was the Ohio Northern engagement on September 27 that probably proved most exciting for Findlay followers this year. The Oilers had failed to impress either the invaders or fans and were trailing l2-O when the last quarter was getting underway. As in games of recent years Northern seemed to be - - not superior - - but just more successful on the scoreboard. But Kissell's men, drilled pointedly on that "never-say-die" attitude, confidently - - yes, iubilantly - - turned the tide of battle with only twelve minutes remaining to be played. The well-trained Oilers let loose a barrage of plays and hard drives that set the visiting Bears back on their heels with et gleeful Findlay victory at l4-l2. lt was an accelerated all-out aerial attack that dealt the delightful defeat with Renfrew flipping two touchdown passes. The first went to Ellis Dunmyer for 32 yards and the second, following in short order, went to lack Henning for a total of 38 yards. But it was the extra-point margin that clinched the victory on this occasion and credit goes to Clarence Cone and Kanuck. Cone, designated to hold the ball for the first placement, did his part in executing a clever fake kick and sneaked the pigskin across the goal himself, while Kanuck converted on the second attempt. Then came Transylvania, Bowling Green and Kent State. At Lexington, Kentucky, October 4, the Oilers found the blue grass boys too tough and fell to a well-balanced Transylvania eleven, 13-2. The Pioneers turned in one six pointer on a 7l-yard run and a second one following a pass interception. That Kentuckian hospitality had the Findlayites cheerful and friendly, and almost forgetting to fight. EIGHTY-FOUR The Bowling Green aggregation gave Findlay a typical B. G. - F. C. battle October ll, but came out on top oi the score l4-7. The Fighting Falcons called it revenge tor Findlay's surprise 7-7 tie a year ago. The Oiler touch- down, by the Way, came when wide-awake Robert Lindsey leaped on a fumbled ball in the enemy end zone. The day marked Dad's Day tor the players and their parents. Kent State University, too, invaded Donnell Stadium for revengetul meas- ures. The Golden Flashes, undefeated last year, excepting an Akron U. loss late in the season, came to Findlay October 18 and made away with a 13-O win, their lowest score ot the season. The Oiler eleven, inspired by the beauty and accompanying spirit of Harvest Homecoming, drove to the Flashes' one-yard line at the outset oi the battle, but failed to cross the goal. Both Kent scores came on passes. Bluffton College entertained Findlayites October 25 with a 13-7 Oiler victory. The Beavers put up a better battle than usual and Kissell's men were well reminded that no Bluitton game would be an easy victory. Dick Van Allen grabbed a 15-yard pass and iaunted 30 more yards for one score EIGHTY FIVE 1940 FOOTBALL SQUAD First row-Lindsey, Inman, Fast, I-Iummon, Niebel, Cone, Saul Cpublicity direciorj. Second row-Scasny, I-lesson, Duffield, Ponzuric, Oxley Ccaplainj, Gusky, Hall, Van Allen. Third rowelenks Cmanagerj, Graves Cline coachD, Faykosh, Rolland, Wolfe, Kitzerow, Schlosser Van Fleet, Fink, Kissell Ccoachj. Fourth row-Henning, Kanuck, Smusz, Fick, Frye, Paskewich, Cieply, Kokorcheny. Coaches B. G. Nite Game lust Practice Three F remon ters and Bob Kitzerow, at the fullback post, pounded the line for the other with Kanuck converting on one placement. Student backing for the Bluffton battle played an important role as the athletic department successfully staged Findlay's first annual "Migration Day" game. lt was literally a caravan of cars that moved from Findlay to Bluffton that night. On the best football trip any Findlay team ever made, the Oilers hopped the Nickel Plate Railway to lthaca, New York. November l at Niagara Falls Cthe train side-tracked themD the gridders viewed with awe the tremendous water power. November 2 on the lthacan gridiron they gave their all against a powerful New York eleven, but were edged out, 7-2. Outplaying the host New Yorkers, Findlay led throughout 2-O. However, with only a few minutes remaining to be played, the lthacan Bombers pushed across the Oiler goal EIGHTY SIX for the winning six-pointer. Of course, on the return trip, the fellows felt ill about being on the weak end of the score, but with the services of the Nickel Plate Railway all about them, they couldn't complain! So thrilled were the local fans with Findlay's win over Ohio Northern, Kissel's men repeated the score against a strong outfit from West Liberty State Teacher's College of West Liberty, West Virginia. It was the season's final and the second daylight game on the schedule. Findlay, playing host to visiting high school students, led 7-6, but in search of a more thrilling last game performance, an Oiler threw a pass into enemy hands too close to pay territory and the West Liberty men went ahead 12-7. As though they knew well the program for the afternoon, the Kissellmen drove on to a hard-earned touchdown and an extra tally to win the battle 14-12. The defeat was a stun- ning one to the visiting Hilltoppers who boasted the West Virginia State Con- ference Championship. It was their second defeat since Findlay downed them 6-O on their gridiron in l938. Findlay's first score was earned via a spectacular forward-lateral pass play that had even the Press Box in an uproar! Sophomore Inman threw a ten-yard pass to Henningp Henning started going but was hit and lateralled - -, Perfect Timing Track Man Sets the Pace Season's First Score Proud Papa Watches EIGHTY-SEVEN shall we say - - "beautifully" to "Gal1oping" Schlosser who stepped off 35 yards to score. The second six-pointer came late in the fray with powerhouse Lindsey tearing down the defense to plunge over the goal after a sustained drive. Again, however, it was the trained toe of Kanuck that twice tipped the would-be tie off the fence and into the Oiler victory column. Congratulations go to Kissell and freshman coach, Nelson Iones, for the thrill-packed season. Lee Graves, serving as line coach, also deserves recog- nition. Kissell, who joined the Orange and Black forces in 1935, has turned the tide of Findlay College football from the losing columns to the win lists, the 1939 team being the first to gain victories outnumbering the defeats. Although the 1940 outfit had to settle for a fifty-fifty record, the season's schedule is indicative of the Oilers' forward march on the gridiron. Seniors on the 1940 squad were Oxley, Fink, Gieb, Hall, Van Allen, 1-lasson, Ponzuric, Gusky, and Duffield. Kitzerow, Cleveland, will captain the 1941 team. ln summarizing, Findlay scored ten touchdowns, two safeties, and seven points after the touchdown. Five of the scores came on passes with Schlosser on the throwing end of one and Renfrew and Inman with two each. Renfrew, Henning and Lindsey each made two touchdowns, while Schlos- ser, Van Allen, Dunmyer and Kitzerow each crossed the double-striped line once. Kanuck converted six times on placements and Cone ran the ball for one extra point. THE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Findlay College .... 19 Adrian College ,..,.., U Findlay College .... 14 Ohio Northern U. ..... 12 Findlay College .... 2 Transylvania College . .13 Findlay College .... 7 Bowling Green State U.. 14 Findlay College .... U Kent State U. .....,... 13 Findlay College .... 13 Bluffton College ....... 7 Findlay College .... 2 lthaca College .....,.. 7 Findlay College ..., 14 West Liberty St. Tchr..l2 TOTALS ...,... 71 78 WON 4 LOST 4 EIGHTY IGHT I l9llO FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD EIGHTY-NINE First rowelones, Sheldon, lnbody, Burns, McGuire, Roeble, Schindelar, Hays. Second row-Purdy Cmanagerl Lesnicki, Gossman, Hartman, I-lodniclc, Ridge, Strahm, McLaughlin. Third row-Leonard, Keeler, Lubowicki, Welker, Baker, Zhun, Cancilla, Alban, Iones Ccoachj. Fourth row-Bowersox, Patton, Hayman, Sliger, Gren, Hoedt, Waggoner, Burton, Edginqion, Wylie. Unheralded Hopefuls One of the toughest teams the varsity met last season was Freshman Coach Nelson lones' thirty-three-man squad of year- iings. But that's probably a ireshrnan's viewpoint! ! Regardless of viewpoints, however, the green Oilers did do their part in taking the blunt of the blows in furnishing genuine opposition for the varsity scrimmages. They studied the plays of various foes and tried them against their superiors. Enough said. Highlighting the yearlings' activities, however, was the annual "Punch Bowl Classic" when the divided squad battled on the gridiron to a scoreless tie. Lou Roeble, Cleveland, and Bill Wylie, Columbus, captained their respective teams. C Unjfzeecwfzrl' Changing their usual type of slow, set-up basketball to a fast-breaking, speedy type, Coach Kissell's courtmen came through an intense nineteen- game schedule eight times victorious and eleven times at the short end of the score. ln pre-holiday play, despite a 36-17 opening win over Adrian, Findlay failed to show the best in basketball, losing to one of Defiance's best teams in recent years, Kent State and Bowling Green. The latter was a thrill-packed battle that went overtime but ended 42-45 for the luckier team. After the holidays the Oilers employed whenever possible the fast break, more deceptive ball handling, more shooting, and a stronger combination man-to-man and zone defense. They rolled over Adrian, edged out Defiance, and then with the flu and bad-colds season at its height, dropped two in a row to Bluffton and Marietta. Kenneth Zuercher, who topped the scorers with 210 points, didn't make the Bluffton trip and played only a minute in the Marietta game. Kissell, also a victim of the flu, coached the Marietta game from his home, via special phone. For the remainder of the season, the Oilers did their best against Ohio's best, losing twice to Wittenberg, and once to Bowling Green, Wooster, Wil- mington and Muskingum. ln the loss to Wooster, the Oilers had the rare privilege of scoring 51 points against the highly touted Scots, and the Wilming- ton defeat was another thrilling overtime with the quiet Quakers coming from behind to win 54-53. Ohio Northern furnished the Oilers and fans the two sweetest victories on the schedule this year. Playing host to the neighboring Bears in a big way at the high school's spacious gymnasium, Kissel1's underrated cagers knocked the Bears from their lofty perch atop the Ohio Conference standings tor their first defeat of the year. "Beat them again, harder!" was the Oiler cry when it came the Bears' turn to entertain. Kissell's men again calmly obliged with a 36-33 victory that had the Bears and their fans seriously sick at heart. N'INE-ZTY' NINETY-ONE First row-Van Allen, Matheny, Fink Ccaptainj, Zuercher, Gusky and Wiljamaa. Second row-Endrek, Lynch, Howard, Pick, Smusz, Beqanie and Kissell Ccoachl. Third row-Saul Cpublicily directorj, Smith, Cochran, Baker, Wurm, Laiher and Ienks Cmanaqerj. Although Kissell found a winning combination of Zuercher and Fred Matheny, forwards, Art Pick, center, and Miller Fink and Iohn Howard, guards, the best quintet for high-scoring results, he substituted freely for he had able assistants in Russ Lynch, Rudy Wiljamaa, A1 Endrek, Ed Smith, Thomas Smusz, Gene Wurm, Frank Gusky, Dick Van Allen and Lavern Lathers. Seniors Fink, Matheny, Lynch and Gusky played their last games for the Orange and Black. Fink captained the quintet. Zuercher, who topped the scorers this season, was voted the most valu- able player and chosen next year's captain. Sophomore Iohn Howard scored l4O points to take second place honors in scoring for the current campaign. In third place was Matheny With 98 points and in fourth, another sophomore, Art Pick with 93 points. Captain Fink was in fifth with 71 points. THE BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay l, . ....35 - Adrian..... ....33 - Defiance .... . . , .42 - Bowling Green fOvertimeJ ....38 - Kent State ... ....52 - Adrian...... ....28 - Defiance .... ....26 -- Bluffton ... . ....38 - Marietta . . . .30 -- Ohio Northern . . . .34 -- Bowling Green . . . .40 - Wittenberg. . . . . . .44 - Heidelberg . . ....62 - Bluffton . . . .37 - Ohio Northern ....5l - Woosteru... . . , .53 - Wilmington . . fOvertimel , ..... 49 - Wittenberg, .. . . . .38 - Heidelberg . . . . . .41 - Muskingum .. WON 8 LOST ll NINETYATWO NINETY THREE Northern Gets a Break - Another Game Bucketed Scrub Team ? Take Your Time, Fink After the Ball The varsity outfit, as always, makes a slight bow to the freshmen crew who each year assist in the actual development of an all-round quintet. Coach Nelson Iones of the freshmen candidates, made his newcomers available for the varsity scrimmages Whenever called for and each time they were able to offer that certain amount of competition that demands hard work from all the players. Although they played no regulation games this year, the freshmen were represented on various city quintets. lones reports one of the best-looking squads of possibilities for basketball in recent years. En ,llfze fbiamancf The 1940 baseball team Won eleven games and lost five. The record itself speaks well for the fellows and shows, too, the importance ot good training regulations, and good coaching. Kissell took the Oilers back to his Alma Mater, the mighty Purdue, tor the opening engagement for 1940. There the Oilers performed nobly and had the Boilermakers really steaming. Purdue's nine was trailing 3-2 in the last ot the ninth inning when a triple with two on base saved the day and put the Findlay visitors in the dugout with a 4-3 defeat, Rain saved the next day for someone when a second game had to be cancelled. . Outstanding in the season's scores were such routs ot worthy opponents as these: l7-4 over Heidelberg, l3-6 over Lawrence Tech, l7-6 over Ohio Northern, and others including a l3-3 riot ot Kent State's "sluggers." The i940 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD Findlay ...... 3 Findlay ,,.... 4 Findlay ,.,.., 7 Findlay ..,... l 3 Findlay ..,,.. U Findlay ...... 9 Findlay ....,. l 7 Findlay .,.... 7 Findlay ,.,.,. 3 Findlay ....., l l Findlay ...... 2 Findlay ..,,.. l 3 Findlay ..,... 9 Findlay ...... l 7 Findlay ,..... l Findlay ....,. l 5 Purdue ,...,, Bowling Green Blut-tton ...., Lawrence Tech Lawrence Tech Wittenberg . , Heidelberg , , Toledo ...... Toledo .. Bluffton ..... Ohio Northern Kent State . . , Wittenberg, . 4 Ohio Northern Kent State . . , Heidelberg . . WON ll LOST 5 NINETY FOUR Lawrence Tech triumph was followed in the niqht cap ot a double-header With the Oilers fallinq victim to their only shut-out of the season, 6-O. Findlay pitchers shut-out Toledo, 3-C, Ohio Northern, 2-Op and Bluffton, ll-O. The latter came as a climax to the annual May Day festivities. The only seniors on the l94U squad were Chuck Neubauer and Paul Ponzuric. With a large number of veterans back for the 1941 campaign, plus proven Sophomore material, Findlay's season at hand should better the '40 record, or even top the l939 record of 14 Wins and three losses when the Oilers were Ohio Conference Champions. H , 1940 BASEBALL SQUAD First row--Vfolie, Matheny, Ponzuric, Neubauer and Paslcewich. Second row-Enclrek, Rhodes, Snoddy, Lather and Duffield. Third row-Walters Cmanaqerj, Gusky, Beqanie, Schlosser, Goodish and Kissell Ccoachj, NINETY-FIVE 0n,MeMa,Z Fact: Findlay College 1940-All Wrestlers established the best season record in the history of the institution! In no other sport could Findlay rate as high as they do in Wrestling. The Findlayites finished third in the interstate tournament behind Kent State and Michigan State universities. Three Oilers, lake Diernert, Frank Gren and lggie Mancuso were finalists in their respective classes. Five of l:'indlay's six entries in the annual classic at Cleveland came back with medals. ln their season record they shut out Baldwin-Wallace, scored near shut- outs over Akron and Buttalo, and tied Ohio U. tor their best victories. They lost matches only to the superior teams of Ohio State, Purdue and Kent State, and Were edged out by Case. Too much credit cannot be given to lake Diernert, Wesleyville, Penn- sylvania, junior, who served his first year as student coach, and Nelson Iones, faculty advisor. Seniors on the squad were Sheldon Hall, Eddie Feightner, and Bob Braden. l Student Coach Diemert In Action NINETY SIX V., g 1' ln' . I . 1, 5 . Y NINETY V N 1940-41 WRESTLING SQUAD First row-Mancuso, Braden, Schindelar, Zhun, Hall and Gren Second roweRayle Cmanagerj, Alban, Diemert Cstudenl coachl, Hurnmon Latia O. Wilkins and Iones Ciaculty advisorj. Third roweliieqer, Sheldon, Rector, Duffield, Lewis, Feiqhiner, Edqmgton and Waqqoner. 1940-41 WRESTLING SCORE BOARD Findlay ....,. 26 - Toledo Y. M. C. A.. 10 Findlay ....,. 23 M Akron U. ......... 6 Findlay ...... 6 - Ohio State .,..... 20 Findlay ....,. 0 - Kent State ...,... 26 Findlay ....,. 16 - Case ,......,.,... 18 Findlay .,.... 32 - Baldwin-Wallace . . 0 Findlay .,.... 5 - Purdue ........... 26 Findlay ..,... 31 E Buffalo U. . . . . . 3 Findlay .,.... 27 - Akron U. ......,. 3 Findlay ...... 16 - Ohio U. ........,, 16 Findlay .,.... 26 - Toledo Y. M. C. A 8 INTERSTATE TOURNAMENT Kent Siate .......... 35 Findlay . . . , . . Michigan State ....,. 30 Case . . . .... Ciourthj Un jfze 'hawk Kitzerow - - Top Scorer Making good use of their recently completed athletic field, Findlay Colleges track team came through the season with a record also the best for Oiler thinclads. Coach Nelson Iones piloted his sprinters, distance men, and field stars to cop their first dual meet, a 70-61 score over Kenyon. With more of a schedule than ever before, the Oilers gained the public eye with their speed and stamina. Chief point-getter was the mile relay team that remained undefeated until the Ohio Conference meeting. Track is taking rapid strides to success at Findlay College! ...ev-1 t I ,, t Q Mile Relay Team NINETY EIGHT 1 5 , '- 7 J f 'I . ' rt. .1 . I :E - " fm if- if , ..t ... i 1940 TRACK SQUAD Seated--Nuding, Feightner, Braden, Telling, McCarthy, I-larkins, Cone and Van Fleet. Kent State . . Akron U. . . . Kenyon . . . Wittenberg .. Findlay .,... Ohio Northern Wittenberg . . Ottenbein . . Findlay . . N NETY NINE Standing'-Iones Ccoachj. Henning, Travers, Hetrick, Kitzerow, Van Allen, Gaugler and Jenks Cmanaqerj. 1940 TRACK RESULTS DUAL MEETS . . . .87 - Findlay , . .,....74Vz - Findlay .. .......6l - Findlay Y. THREE-WAY MEETS ..,.8U ,...4OW ....4OVz .,.,6l1A1 HHSOM1 Bowling Green Findlay ...... Ohio Northern Ohio Northern Findlay ...,.. Bluffton ...... NORTHWESTERN OHIO MEET Toledo .....r.............. 87 V2 Bowling Green ..... 70 Findlay ..... ...,. l 7 Bluffton .... ..... l 2 Heidelberg ...,.,.......... l 0 OHIO CONFERENCE MEET Mile Relay Tearn .....,,...,. 7th ...,44 54V2 ....7U 81 47W 33Vz 65W 63 V2 33 Competition and interest in the intramural con- tests in basketball, wrestling and table tennis reached new heights this year culminating in the first successful "Intramural Night" when final play-offs were held for each activity. Dick Van Allen was in charge of all arrangements for the program. Basketball champions were "Russian and Slovak Club" Cpictured herej with the College Church of God team that tied for first place in league play, as runner-up. Iunior Stout and Irv Barnett lecl in scoring honors. Wrestling Chamo R GHC1 S C11-lb one Humnman fn 7!ze .Eackm Room Bill "Horny" Goodish has served another year as team trainer. Cer- tainly the matter of physical fit- ness is vital to Winning contests, and where injuries occur, it's Horny's soothing that makes a hero of the would-be quitter. GOODISH Few fans realize the toil and trouble that accompany athletic outfits. Man- agers are necessary for every sport and Without them it's difficult to imagine what a rnuddle things might fall into. Equipment is costly and one of the manager's chief Worries is the responsibility that comes With handling of valuable materials. As in other cases, the government knows a good man when it sees one and "Toots" Walters, a member of the Ohio National Guard, joined the forces in training. WALTERS RAYLE IENKS PURDY ONE HUNDRED ONE gn jfze 7aMe Snaps of the Tournament The Findlay College Table Tennis Club sponsored the tirst North- western Ohio Intercollegiate table tennis tournament. Some thirty players participated in the matches with Findlay Winning the bulk of the honors. Dr. Gonso, Prof. Mathes and Robert Fiosencrans were in charge ot the tournament. Findlay ended the intercollegiate season with a .500 average. On the squad were Mosshart, Edie, Carlin, Purdy, Miller, Foltz, Hayman, Cochran, Younkin, Donelson, M. Feightner, Kalp and I. Clark. ONE H NDRED-TWO Quake A ianfi Women's sports, although cov- ering all phases of the physical education requirements, were headlined this year by the swimming activities at Find- lay's new Y. M. C. A. Every Tuesday morning from 9:00 to 11:00 one could find the swim- mers engaged in various activi- Stranded from Locker Floom ties such as beginners' instructions, stroke improvement, elementary or fancy diving, Water formations and games. Access to the "Y" pool added con siderably to providing a Well-rounded sports curriculum for Findlay College WOITIGD. ONE HUNDRED THREE Abrams, Arthur .... Alban, Russell . . . Arnold, Velma .,.. Baker, Donald ..... Baker, Paul ..,,,., Barchent, Richard . . Barnett, Irvin ...... Bartch, Carl ..,... Beall, William ..... Beard, Robert ..... Beardsley, Margaret Beck, Robert ,........ Becker, Homer .,.,. Beery, Helen ..,,, Beganie, Henry .... Bell, Arlene .,,,.. Beltz, Paul ,,...,.. Billieu, Virginia ..,. Bishop, lane ....... Bishop, Richard ,... Boldosser, Kenneth . Bowers, Dorothy . . . Bowersox, Earl .... . 4 . Braden, Robert ,... .... Brecht, Ieannette . . . Broske, William .,... Browder, Iuanita . , . Brunner, Opal .... Bryant, Martha , , . Budd, lohn ...,. Bunn, lunior ..., Burkey, Evelyn . , , '7Ae Slacfenl jmfmc 4.4.29,76 ....46, ff f f f5i,' 11165 ,f 4' f .53, 62Q .. , . .29, 79, .. .29, 62, 64, .. .'.A. 1.5.3.1 , 11.....4,.53, 31, 63, 65, 79, 4 .,,4..,., 55, ,',' 5'3,'55,' , 153, 163. Burns, Leonard ,...... 4 Cancilla, Nicklos ..... Carlin, William , . . Caskey, William .,.. Chapin, Ralph . . . Cieply, Zigmond .... Clark, Fern .,..... ......,53, .,,.5l, 63, Clark, lean .......,..,. 51, 62, 64, 73 Clark, Warren ..... 4 .,...... 51, 63, Clevenger, Durea ................. Cochran, Frank , Cole, lrvin ........, Cone, Clarence . . . Constant, Iohn ,.... Coontz, William ,.... Courtney, Mary lo 4 4 . Cupples, Lynn 4...4.. Daubert, Ernest 4 , . Davidson, Verl . , . Day, William . . . H ' ' A ' '5'1f63,' 65, 671, 4...51, 4..,55, ...,53 .1..53 ,...53, 1 Day, lohn 44,.4.. 63 Diemert, Iacob ....,44..4. 46, 63, 73, 80, 97 78 Donelson, lane 4.4......4.....,.. 51, 62, Dreisbach, Iohn . . . Duffield, Richard, .31, 63, '65,'70,' 79,' 85, 95, 97 Dunathan, Dorothy ,...,, 46, 62, 64, 70 62 Dutton, Mary Ellen . Edgington, Robert . Edie, Ralph ,..... Elsea, Miriam .,.. 67, 53 .1.,...53, 89, 97 Emans, Clinton ..446, 63, 69, 75, Endrek, Albert .... Engler, David 4 . . , Ensign, Doris .......... 46, 62, 64, 67, 70 Ernest, Franklin ., Fast, Mary Helen . Fast, Robert ....,. Federici, Joseph . . . Feightner, Edward 62 77 ......446, 79, 91, 95 63 78 1 ....46, 62, 75, 76 63,85 .27, 31, 63, 73, 76, 77, 79, 80, 97, 99 Feightner, Marian .....4,....,.. 51, 62, 78 Fick, Arthur ......,4..4,.......4 51, 85, 91 Fink, Miller . . . .4,.. 31, 79, 80, 85, 91 Foltz, Leon ....,. ............ 5 l, 63 Fruth, Glenn ..., ..4.......44.. 4 6 Fry, Kerwin .,.. ..... 3 l Gallant, Naomi ..,. Gaugler, Russell 4. Ghaster, Margaret . Gieb, Michael ,...4. Gillespie, Gladys 4 Gooding, Robert . . Goodish, William . Goodwin, Luke . . . Gossman, Robert . . Green, Iohn .,...4 Greenland, Rita . . , Gren, Frank .,.. Grimm, Ruth ...4. Gusky, Frank ..,. Hall, Alleda ,... Hall, Sheldon ...4,. Halsey, Wesley . 4 . Hamilton, Arthur . . Hamm, David 4... Hampshire, Don 4. Handley, Billie . 4 . Handley, Dwight . Hardman, Shirley ,,.. Hardy, Charles . , . Hardy, Emma lane ..44....46,62,64,67, . ..,.... 31. 78 99 .....4....45l,62 79 62 H...4.H,46, ,H..433,63,65,76 n...46,79,95,l0l ..4.47,63,75,76 ,..4.,.453,89 M...5l,63,75 1.,.U.47,62 ..,..53,89,97 .4,..4.53,62,75 95 1..433, 85, 91, ...4..5l, 33, 63, 72, 79, , 62 78 85 97 4.......,1.47,63,73,75 4 ....,...... 53, 63, 65 53 63 62 N HUNDRED FOUR Harper, George . . . Hartman, Iames . . Hartman, Willis. . . Hasson, Russel . . . Hayman, Robert . . Hays, Richard .... Hazelton, Dorsey . Heath, George .... Heath, William . , . Helsel, Gerald ,... Henderson, Iohn . . Henry, Bernetta . . . Henning, lack .,.. Hiegel, Robert .,.. Hindall, Dewayne Hitchcock, Marjorie Hite, Kimble ...... Hodnick, Harold . . Hoedt, Nelson .... Hollington, Mary . . Houston, Iohn ,... Hover, Robert ..... Howard, lohn .... Howell, Harlan . . , Howes, Fred .,.... Hughes, Arvell . . . Hulbert, Burdette . . Hummon, Keith ,. Hyer, Louie ,...... 740 Simian! Index .,....53 ....33, ...53, Q 1 153, ,.,.79, 53, 63 79, 65, 47, 53 62, 85, ....33 47 ,...47 ,...65, 1fQ27'35' 63' I , ,7U, 67, 73 53 85, 63 89 85 89 89 63 63 75 99 63 63 76 73 89 89 33 69 63 91 77 75 97 47 78 Hymq, Betty ..,, 1 151, '62,'64,' 76, '77 I lnbody, Melvin ........ .... 5 3, 63, 65 89 Inman, Charles .... ,... .... 5 l , 63 85 I Ianson, George ,.,......, 47, 63, 65, 72, 79 Ienks, William ..,..... 47, 79, 85, 9l, 99, lOl Iones, Eugene ,...,,.,.,,..........,., 89 K Kalp, Betty ...,........ ,,...,.,. 5 l, 62 Kamerer, Ieanne ............, 53, 62 Kanuck, Harry ..,... , . . .47, 63, 79 80 85 Kauffman, Rhoda . .......,. 41, 75, 77 Keller, Leland .,.. . ,.....,..,.. Kelly, Dorothy .... .... 3 5, 62, 64 67 78 King, Arthur .... ...,...,.... Kint, Avis .....,, ........,. 5 3, 62 Kint, Philip ....,., ,........,...... 5 l, 63 Kitzerow, Robert . ...,.,... 47, 73, 79 85, 99 Kokorcheny, Michael ...........,.. 5l, 85 Kolakowski, lohn ..,.. ...... , . . . Krout, George ........ ..... 5 3, 55, 63 L Larkins, lack .,...........,..,,,...... 53 Lansell, Lydia .... 47, 62, 64, 67, 69, 75 77 78 HUNDRED.FIVE Lather, LaVern . . . Latta, Lester . . . Leidig, Dale ..... Leinhaas, Ralph . Lesniclci, Bill ,.... Lewis, David . . . Lewis, lack ,,... Lewis, Ioseph . . . Linder, Darrell . . . Linder, Susie ....... Lindsey, Robert . . Lindsey, Ruth . . . Lubowicki, Alfred Lundberg, Stanley Lynch, Russell . . . Lyons, George , . , ....47 ....47, 63, 63, '65, 72-, ' 73, .....48, 62, .,....',A. 5 .L M McCarthy, Lee ...,.............,.. McCoy, Kathryn ..... McGranahan, Mildred .... 35, 62, McGuire, Iohn . . . McKee, Florence . McKinzie, Donald McLaughlin, Fred Maher, Richard , . . . Mancuso, Ignatius Matheny, Fred . . , Matland, Carl .,.r.... Mazza, August. . . Meyers, Harlan . . Mikesell, Lulu . . . Miller, Charles , . . Miller, Ioseph . . . Miller, LaVerle . . . Miller, Paul ,,.. Miller, Robert . . . Mitchell, Helen .. Monroe, Marvin. . 79 . . . .35, 63, .35, 65, 67, 73 .Wes ......45, 48, 63, 72 Moorhead, Sarah Ellen .,..,........ 37 63 73 Morrison, Ierry ....... Murphy, Evelyn ..... Murphy, Mary . . . Musson, William . . . Myers, Iames ..... Myers, Iohn .... Myers, Samuel . . . Neff, Edna ...,......, Neumann, Annabelle Nichols, Wayne ..... Niebel, Max ..... Obley, Robert ......... Orndorff, Mary Louise. .27, , , .. ......... 53, . . ,... 37, ....49, .... H53 ,..39, 73 Oxley, Garver ........, . , 1 Pashkewich, Conrad Patton, Wilbur ..... Perry, Ann ...,.,.. Pfost, Aleda 4 4 . Phillips, Earl . . . Pogue, Helen ..,. Ponzuric, Paul . . . Pope, Helen ....... Powell, Eugene 4 . , Pratt, Orval ..... Price, Arnold .... Purdy, Robert ,... . Rauch, Hubert ..... Rayle, Eugene .,,., Rayle, Howard . ,. Rector, Robert 4 . . Reeg, Lee .....,. Rhodes, Vernon . , . Rice, Geraldine .... Ridge, Mary Ellen . Ridge, Robert ,,.... Rieger, Charles . . . Roeble, Louis .,..,. Rolland, Albert .... Rollins, lohn ...,.. Rosencrans, Robert Roth, Cleo ....,... Sarkiss, Harriet .... Saul, Van ,........ Sayre, Maurice .... Scasny, Michael . . , Schindelar, Adam . Schlosser, Paul ,... Sheldon, Orris .,,. Sheppard, lack ..., Sherk, Charles ,,.. Sibrel, Dale ..... Slick, Anson ...., Sliger, Edward ..... Slough, James .. Smith, Audrey .... Smith, Edwin .... Smith, Lois ...,.. Srnusz, Thomas , , Snavely, Frances . . Snoddy, Robert ..,. Solt, Rowena .... Speiser, Robert .,,. '7!fe Slmlenz' fab, ,..444.4..79,85,95 89 fffffffffffffffffsij 4 , . . 27, 39, 62, 77, 62 78 ..,4.4.,,.5l,63,80 . ..... 53,62,75 .4,,39, 85, 95 ...53, 62, 64 ,....,53, 63 63 55 ...f1f5iQ6Sf65jS9,io1 65,67 ...,39,63,65,97, 101 63 ...4,....4...53, ...fjff39f7Q, .4 .39, 62, 64, 67, 65 97 55 95 48 70 .....53,63, ,89 ..4448, 63, 80,97 4,..448, 79,85 ,.,.,.53, 63 ....41, 63 51 .,....53, 62, 64, 69 85 ,4451,63, , , ......4l,63, 73 91 .....63, 70, 72, 73 85 4...,,53, 89, 97 .....48, 79, 85, 4.,4.53, 89, .,....53, 63 .,,,453, , 95 97 63 48 51 75 ...,51, 63 62 ...4.51,62,64, 75 .4,44.,,.485,9l ,...453,62, 75 .,,.........,43,95 51, 63, 65, 72, 75, 76 Stanberry, Darrell . 73 Starr, Claude .......... 41, 63, 65, 67, , Steigerwalt, Claud 4 Sterner, loan ...... Stout, Iunior ...44 49, 63 Strahrn, Robert 4... Swingley, Dorothy . Talling, Harold .... Taylor, Marjorie . .. Thiele, Christine 4 . , Thompson, Iunior , , . Thompson, Ruby .... Travers, Robert ,,.. 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Zuercher, Kenneth 4 76 .,.......453, 62 .4..l51,9l 89 , .4.... 53, 63, 65, 67 51, 62, 64, 75, 76, 78 ....53,89,97 79 91 .. . , .49, , ONE HUNDRED Sl 'ss v. Nb' 1 la A '3- 'ew ' , 5 :f N-1... 5 if I Q7 fr' 1+ 1' Q ...f ,' -,r .il 95 MT!" f ,L- is P Q, a ,fi f n n ' ,dv 1- v-A ' . - if 1 .. U 0 J' W 5 1" -r ,r - , Sm". A '2.k.w?f,h'-Sag, ff' ,'.g19'E17'3,'?'v-ic? x '-1 - ' . A fTh'?.', Fkfvigqig' . bf -:-:f:zQ.:zQzLx:T.g3t1,5:-,u .evL,fiT"3i 'bqiaff " f G " Ny 'fb' w 'X 4e:QQe11,:q:1Q'. , "wg 55:1 ' Lp: ...gf 1 ' ::.LT+Q.::. :QL f A , K Zu- : ' .. -... , h, K is r 1. A .V A V ....-r,. , ,gg 4 f ff " wg 0.-.,1,,-Vg -ay' gwff-X 1 V., ,.,, .V +1 ,i w., fl! . fv , .uw L "lf . - I, . a ,J 1 , --, r . if ' L' ar 5 A A Q . 3-iw. A 'IL ,rf - ,-+11 ,, i A,- . . , 1 '-9-' ,f Y. -5, 'ix .- .- A x if ' 1 J- v- .avu'9n. '4',-J ' 3 1 , -' " m:'m,.. -Ifvuhg, I u, GF 'mir' 'NJ 5 5 L -nf Q3 ' 1-. v.J'F'- , 4. at +'-W' Ming-11-I' . f W 6 SEPTEMBER 16-College opens with Frosh Week . . . No initiation for Frosh . . . too bad, Sophs. 17-69 Iuniors and Seniors register. 19-96 Frosh register . . . picnic . . . mixer . . . movie campus shots. 2UeClasses . . . Prexy on "Dorrnant Democracy" . . . New faces in faculty receiving line. 22-C. E. officers-Halsey, Constant and Turner. 23-College Church Reception. 25-Seniors-Feightner, Morrison, Pfost, Howes. Sophornores-Cole, Donnel- son, Younkin, I. Clark. 26-Bonfire . . . Pep session . . . Honn and Newton orate. 30-Glee Clubs start rehearsals. OCTOBER l-Mummers first meeting. 3-Iuniors - - Monroe Cgoing Roosevelt on usD Diernert, Ensign, Kitzerow. 6-Dale Small C'37D is ordained .... Gonso speaks. 7-Student Volunteer and Ministerial receive Frosh. 8-Einstein chooses Mcrtlcmd, Kanuck, Morrison, Diemert. Y. W. candle-light service .... Kelly the "Kampused Kid." ll-Preparations get underway for Harvest Home. l2-'40 Argus rated high by N.S.P.A .... Student Volunteer Twist Breakfast. 13-Perky's wedding . . . Morrison, Endrick, Kanuck and Obley in the front row. 14-Will Durant opens forum, drafts "A Blueprint for a Better America." 16-Added to Octet-W. Clark, Howard, Rauch, Yoder . . . Sextet takes on Gallant and Beery. l7-Conscription of chickens for Harvest Home . . . Newton in Chapel. l8-Peg Pfost reigns with Kelly and Ensign attending at Annual Harvest Home. 22-Miss Davis on "Health" in Y. W. 24-Rev. Scott in Chapel . . . Biology Club to Wooster. 25-First Alethean . . . Kauffman on "Liberal Arts Education." 28-W. A. A. feed and scavenger hunt . . . Nu Psi Rho at Toledo. 31-Rev. Alexander in Chapel on "Pursuit of Happiness." NOVEMBER 4-Lord Marley - - "The Future of the British Empire" on forum. 5-Roosevelt safe on third, Wilkie out. 7-luniors stage Skating Party. 14-Men's Glee Club debut in Chapel . . . Priddy speaks. l7-dFirst Vesper . . . Rev. Larny . . . "Objective Living." l8-Magician Wm. Burgette in Chapel. l9e-Cfridders Banquet served by W. A. A. 21-Thanksgiving Vacation Cfor which we are thankfulb. 28-Fink hailed as captain of Oilers. 29-Sextet tours eastern lndiana. DECEMBER l-Youth Night Forum on "Christian Marriage." 3-Luther King . . . Negro tenor on Forum. 4-Dr. Caplan lectures on "Mental Hygiene" via Nu Psi Rho. 6-"Hay Fever" . . . N. Coward's comedy . . . presented by Murnmers. ll-lim Thorpe . . . Indian athlete . . . on forum. 12-Lansell at Alethean on "Place of Emotions in Religion." 13-Merry Christmas! . . . see you Ianuary 6 . . . So long, 1940! ONE HUNDRED EIGHT ' v' ., "Y-fl :ig H X ,A . ' .Wx . ' Hi"-EXP.: 53 : ' Riga' , 1 rf' Q ',:g,. .5 -gg f-4-fy ni' 51' if 11. 1.f-'- .-A, 1 L. "Mir ,, Tie". Vwffz- .1 - "Ll 'fl' "sk W- 11" "- '.Q.- - ' - 1 Q Tri. H31 . "5-'21 1'-f 'f K . -5 1 'ng ,tm-I 4: Q ,,- -1 V .. 1 1 "" . "1 -7 1i'.'T.f '-f:1,. ,. .-1.' . ' 1 I , - 2 ' - T-'5?i, 11' T' -,,: .' . .' 1 .,.g.y1-.- 1 - 'Mig -f"f , ,, ,.:: 1 . ...,, 1 L A 1 .p1.U1, 3"1f'rLZ.-i'l.E'.-1. rf fic-11 Q 'f ff? 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Constructive Criticism . . . Intramural Basketball starts. l3-Alethean . . . Mazza presents "Some Theories of Animal Origin." l4-Dr. Yates . . . piano recital . . . W. A. A .... Lindsey, Arnold, Hyma. l5-Y. W. at Bluffton before game. l7-CASSC Party at Grange. 21-Einstein to Bluffton. 27-Exam Week . . . who crams? 28-Octet oit for lO-day tour east. FEBRUARY 2-Registration. 3-Back to the grind. 5-Cecil Leeson . . . saxophonist on Forum. 6-Sam Campbell . . . naturalist in Chapel. 8-Table Tennis match with 4 schools . . . Younkin and Mosshart. 9-Theta Epsilon Delta . . . reorganization of Ministerial and Student Volun- teer . . . Student Council Club Night. ll-Y. W .... Dunathan . . . Y. M .... Goodwin. 16-Valentine Tea. l7-Abrams new Alethean president . . . Nu Psi Rho meets . . . Turner on Psychology of Religion. 2l-Helena Gin Chu Kuo . . . lecture . . . "China Will Live." 24-Leap Week . . . Coronation of King Wurm . . . Dutton is his queen. 25-Skate again with the luniors. 26-Einstein . . . Physical Fantasies . . . Much Electricity. 27-Gonso in Chapel on "Walls of Defense" . . . Y. W. Box Social. 28-Melodrama "She Was Only A Farmer's Daughter." MARCH 3-Einstein . . . "Mathematical Oddities" paper. 6-lntramural Champions Night. 7-Iuniors say "Very Untruly Yours" in class play. 10-I. N. Heminger of Republican-Courier dies . . . classes suspended . . Varsity "F" Tournament. l2-Clara Green lectures on "Labor and Democracy." 14-Girls Glee Club Concert. l9-Dr. Caplan commences Marriage course. 20-Bluffton Y's give program tor Findlay. 26-W. C. DeMille on Forum. APRIL l-Boys Glee Club gives spring concert. 3-Campus gets its spring cleaning . . . swell lunch, Harrietl 4-Theta Epsilon Delta club leaves on eastern Church of God tour.. . Vacation begins for most of us . . . faculty goes to Columbus. 5-l4-Spring Vacation. 17-Announcement of Ir.-Sr. Banquet . . . Stout, general chairman. l8-Argus goes to press. NE HUNDRED TEN vwm. eazmfzm fm awww af Wm 22-W. A. A. Play Day . . . first Baseball game. 29-Y. W. C. A. presents Dr. Wertheim as book reviewer. MAY 8-HY. W. C. A. Silver Tea . . . Dr. Roots to lecture for Y. W. C. A.'s benefit 16 Mummers play . . . Shakespeares "Two Gentlemen of Verona." 20-May Day . . . Queen D. Kelly and M. Hitchcock as maid of honor . 28 29 Alethean formal banquet. Political Science Picnic. Iunior-Senior banquet. JUNE 9-13-Exam Week. 14-Alumni Banquet. 15-Baccalaureate at 10 A. M .... Commencement at 3 P. M. NE HUNDRED ELEVEN Downtown Findlay From the Air tn spite ot the trefnendous tosk ot orqontrtnq the odverttstno sectton, X heorttty recofnfnend those repre- sented here to our student hody ond trtends tn Ytndtoy. ftnnrort Sronr ON E Hu NDRED T . WE LVE Floor Covering Specialists Since 1890 HOADLEY'S RUG 8: CLEANING COMPANY New Rugs Carpets Linoleum Rubber Flooring Rug Cushions PHONE MAIN 100 1 PINDLAY, OHIO 1 131 N. CORY STREET IN THOSE MOMENTS BETWEEN CLASSES. TAKE TIME OUT TO REFRESH WITH A . . . 1 QQEZV LESTEEnP'f1j'E0MAS Bloomingdales ffabvers Four Doors South of Harris Silverware PHOQQ 328 303 south Main street F Compliments of HARRIS THEATRE The Best and Finest in Pictures II3 WAALANIVS IEIQEENI-IOUSEI Cut Flowers Pot Plants of all Kinds Corsages 138-142 Larkins Street Phone 369 INSURANCE SERVICE C0mP1imff1fS of Speneerflbatterson CENTRAL Agency DRUG sToRE 228 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 983 "The Rexall Store" I Complirnenls of PERRY MILES FUNERAL, HOME Phone 60 Findlay, Ohio Compliments of REESE Confectionery and News Corner Main and Sandusky Streets Soda Fountain Lunch Sweets North Side Mercantile Company GROCERIES A General Merchandise PHONE 6 5 6 818-822 North Main Street THE "LONG AND SHORT" H4 Congratulations to TI-IE CLASS OF 1941 The BUCKEYE TBACTIIIN DITCIIEB FINDLAY, OHIO 5 For cz GOOD SODA- The College goes to CHERRY FOLIYS FOR SNACK LUNCHES MHJCSHAKES CANDY HOME-MADE ICE CREAM, FEATURING MALTED MILKS ' "We'll See You There" Compliments or Compliments of The Buckeye LEG 7 Elecmc CO Clothing House FINDLAY. OHIO AL.BASS Nwfffilliiii L' . ,-1.117 ' ff' raid, IEP'-N ,Q Good LIGHT I I is your best insutaiice f I fb against eyestraiu X ,Y 'I in the City of UW , Cheap Electricity way, 'X , L. ff' VY I 1 '-X , ,, , GOOD SERVICE ef, ,. ,X ECENTRAL OHIO LIGHT K POWER COMPANYJ P99 I o'MosuumQ!n tj I W if . The Friendly People ll, FRANCIS K. oonwm. Mgr. WHAT THE-"HEII.." Q .Il6. LLL, , I . -12 I J, sl YOU WILL .BE PLEASED WITH YOUR PORTRAIT MADE I-IERE! .. HIPAA? RECEPTION ROOM AMERA ROOM THE INGALL STUDIO Findlay Transit, Inc. - - - The City Bus Service Passes the College-O6 - - 26 - - 46 Minutes Past the Hour Telephone 2052 R. K. LAWRENCE Rear 518 South Ma S Q o C T H E F L M K IRNAN of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry Repairing Our Specialty ...- 116 WEST CRAWFORD STREET FINDLAY, OHIO Phoenix Hotel Cafe Adjoining Opposite Court House Complimenls of Dietsch Bros. Home-Made Ice Cream Candies 330 W. Main Cross PHONE 954-J THE PARKER LUMBER G0 "Higher In Quality Than In Price" l,i 216-232 West Crawford St PHONE 42 THE BIG NO"I"SE 118 Between Clctsse s . . AfterGc1mes . . Everyon e Meets at Due East of Campus THE ORANGE Compliments of Turner-Crosby Shoe Co. We Check All Our A. I. FENSTERMAKER. Mgr. Shoe Fittings by X-Ray Suits - Coats - Hats Kanelas "THE BEST" Men's Furnishings Sa Y COMPLETE DAIRY SERVICE MILK, CREAM. BUTTER - BUTTERMILK C n-A-Pure Dair OTTAGE CHEESE Awahers of San-A-Pure B d C reamery Butter 217-218 BEECH AVENLE PHONE 613 Complimenls of W. Q. CQLDRJQN FUNERAL HOME Ph 600 I I 9 Compliments of You can do better at ' "The Old Reliable Store" A LT M EY E R QUALITQUYEO VALUE The OHIO FUEL SERVICE GAS CQ, THE MODEL FOUNDRY 8z MACHINE COMPANY PINDLAY, OHIO Compliments of v Central Rubber KESSEI- S Corporation OOATS DRESSES "Rubber Manufacturers" Af POPW' PWM Quality Furniture . . Lowest Prices BEIST LE and MCCLELLAND Main and Lima Streets Findlay's Furniture Home Phone 1600 .IZO AERIAL ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENTARY ILLUSTRATIVE INDUSTRIAL PORTRAITURE IN BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS BY HOWARD HOADLEY ARE AS REAL AS LIFE - ' .4 . iv - Y ' 3, 1 -. 1 , - Mayor Dullweiler, Swinderman qRep. Union .Supply Co., Toledoj Fire Chief De Hays, Cily Auditor Simpxon, Police Chief Larkinx, Service-Safely Director Cole wFINDLAY'S NEW FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS f,'fH77l71!l'77l'lTI-S fi, THE PAGE DAIRY COMPANY Findlay Toledo THE TARHOX-MCCALL STONE COMPANY .llul7ul'afluli'r's ul' Crushed Stone and Stone Sand 852 Western Avenue lfINIDl.AY. OHIO Pa1'ke's Orange Pekoe TEABALLS INDIYIDUAI. SERVICE "Every Cup 41 'lirealu Coffees . . . Teas . . . Spices Canned Foods . . . Elavoring Extracts J. J. a 4 L. H. 'PARKE COMPANY Philadelphia Pittsburgh Complimunls ol' KROGER DRY CLEANERS FREE DELIVERY - PHONE 31 - RUG CLEANING We Operate Our Own Cleaning Plan! 131 XVEST MAIN CROSS STREET .l22. THE HATIOHAL HEFIHIHG OOMPAHY- FIHOLAY REFIHEHY THE FIHDLAY HOME OF WHITE ROSE GASOLIHE NAHUNAL 25222223 'Z'.?J.i'.'EA?.'h 5 ,.,,,,. THE NATIONAL REFINING COMPANY cLEvELANn, num Broadway Sandwich Shop We specialize in HAMBURGERS THE LARGEST IN FINDLAY BINGO AT THE GRANGE Compliments of S I M O N ' S Ladies' Ready'-To-Wear Palm Steak House DY E R QUALITY FOODS AND BEVERAGES Meat Markek D' A' 8 OGE' BASINGER Home of Home Killed Meats 32OxWest 71171321 Cross St. and Home-Made Products FINDLAYY OHIO 122 East Sandusky Phone 178 Compliments of State, Royal and Lyceum Theatres Home Owned and Operated j. C. Hochstettler D,lfgft'Al,1f3i:S SL Sons ' Dealers in D M H Grain, Mill Feed, Coal r' ' Supplies DRUGGIST Phone 172 428 W. Main Cross FFSF Comer SOUU1 Of Bffidg Wharton, Ohio - - Phone 79 FINDLAY' GHIO 124 Compliments of V R H. D. GRUBE, Jeweler H EN N NEW AND REBUILT WATCHES 325 SOUTH MAIN STREET FINDLAY, O BESS SHREVE FEMININE APPAREL 521 South Main Street FINDLAY, OHIO Fred Klein 6? Son U50 Years of Seruz'c.e" Qualzty m Plumbing - Heating SHEET METAL WORK 110 North Main Street PHONE 203 CAN THEY BAKE A CHERRY PIE? 1 Q Com Izmenm ur 17" " YiJ0,U.R Lawrence V. Hos1er CLOVER FARM STORES Ingurancg d M h d' an d Goo def? an ise Bonds Low Prices i " S I NI' S DAVID KIRK SONS CO. mmm +10 BRANDMAN IRON 81 METAL CO. Coal - - - Auto Parts - - - Second-Hand Pipe GHICQ Phones Y d 400 West Front 512 515-W 300 N h C y 125 SMITH BROTHERS MFG. CO. AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS VFINDLAY, OHIO HANCOCK UUIINTY IIUTU DEALERS ASSN. FINDLAY MOTOR SALES MEMBERS H. I. HARRINGTON C. O. DUFFIELD, INC. LAUB SALES CO. LOUIS I. FENBERG HOWARD C. STRUBLE POWELL MOTOR SALES CURL MOTOR SALES MCCULLOUGH MOTOR SALES COLLINGWOOD MOTOR SALES I26 Compliments of S. SL S. Drug Store Opposite Court House + 'X' Drugs, Toilet Goods, Sundries, Books, Soda Fountain UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU TOO"TS" MAIN BEA UTY SH OP We do ALL Lines of Beauty Work 316 N. Main Phone: 1707-J FINDLAY, OHIO Compliments of Trout 6' Jackson Good Furniture Since 188-6 "A HUFF AND A PUFF" YOUR EDUCATION IS NOT COMPLETE ...unIess... You read your local newspaper to keep track of current history V E112 Repuhliran-Glnurier YW - YM Co-op Store IN 'I'I-IE BASEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CANDY PAPER NOTEBOOKS USED BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES Complimenls of NEAL BROS. Meat Market 818 North Main Street Complimenls of PHOENIX COFFEE SI-IOP In Phoenix Hotel Shop at PENNEY'S for STYLE and QUALITY Complete Lme or Clothing, I?1.1l'11ISI1I11g'S and Ffmtweztl for the Entire I'IZ11TlIIf' at S'L'lIJStZ11'1YIZlI Savings. s o 5' 'n' I. C. Penney Co. 408-12 South Main Street TOWNWIZIOUSE om Across from Fin GOOD FOOD dlay High School GOOD SERVICE B. R. Thompson Xi S011 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE 608 South Main 2nd door South of Harris Theatre Establ 1'.9 hed in 1885 Boifdmk Ice Cream "If it's Borden's, it's got to be good" THE STANDARD ICE CREAM COMPANY PHONE 510 FINDLAY, OHIO LYNN A. LYON COMPANY Frigidaires Electrical Appliances Philco and RCA Radios Phone: Main 730 622 S. Main Street Ye Ole Gift Shoppe UIHILNIANIS Gifts of All Kinds for BWV Omsm WoMEN's AND CI-IILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR FREE GIFT WRAPPING NEXT TO OHIO BANK ..-...- ACROSS FROM THE COURTHOUSE Ray's Bakery It Pays to Buy at Ray's ll? IIS PHONE 113 307-321 North Main Street L, 3. COOKE , zz ' M ' OPTOMETRIST SQUARE DEALING NILES BUILDING PHONE 165 .J .129. :LIME TONE-1: "Monarch" Finish ' Construction - Commercial "Monarch" Mason ' Ballast and Dolomite "Monarch,' Mortar ' "Ag" Meal - Pulverized Agricultural Hydrate ' Mineral Supplement Industrial - Chemical ' Driveway and Block Materials High Magnesium Lump-Fluxing ' Ready Mix Concrete The National Lime and Stone Co. FINDLAY, OHIO A I gt F dl y - Lima - Rimer - Carey - Bucyrus - Marion - Delaware BAQNHAIQT ANU PUNEQAL - - EOTHAQQ Super Market lg? Friendly Service LGWEST PRICES for F. M. BARNHART C. O SMITHSON BEST FQOD 130 BEST WISHES au'ae elwwwf '7aqaf!m... Kindergarten . . . grade school . . . junior high . . . high school . . . and now College. It's been a long, long trail, fraught with the usual perils which make it tough for boys and girls to grow up into the right kind of men and women. But . . . you made it! You came through with flying colors. We feel that we have much in common with you for we've come through with flying colors, too. Of course, we don't get a diploma for our success, but we do get gratifying recognition from the thousands of motorists who use and enjoy our products. Part of that recognition comes from you and people just like you. That's Why We say with more than casual interest .... Good luck! More success and more flying colors! THE OHIQ 0IL CQMPANY INCURPURATEU GASOLINE MARATHON Moron OIL .13l. DIFFERENTIAL STEEL CAR COMPANY Designers and Manufaclurers of AIR DUMP CARS - MINE CARS - 8-WHEELED MINE LOCOMOTIVES STOCK PILE CARS - ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES - COMPLETE HAULAGE SYSTEMS FINDLAY, OHIO . 1 Compliments of J3 ' iid' EVANS TYPEWRITER Co. 9 TYPEVJRITERS - ADDING MACHINES New - Rebuilt rind!!-gy O: ' PHONE 1180 113 E. SANDUSKY ST. "The Best in Bowling" IBZM E. Crawford St. Phone 288 Compliments of GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES PHONE 1 80 524 S. MAIN Compliments Of Modern Shoe Repair "First Aid To Needy Soles" HAT RENOVATING DRY CLEANING SHINE PARLOR 504 SOUTH MAIN STREET Bruce B. Bryan Builders' Supplies Feed Cement Products PHONE Z 5 7 -..- 409-11 W. Main Cross Street 1007 Western Avenue CARL MUELLER U111e1' Furnlture En. BEAI3ghgE3Lg,33gEg5MS Findlay McComb COMFOIET HEAT "A Good Place To Buy" WILLFORD'S MARKET QUALITY MERCHANDISE 1043 NORTH MAIN PHONE 1170 "It Costs Little to Dress Smartlyu BOSTON DEDADHKENT sromis co. N. M. MARCUS CO. PINDLAY, 01-110 . -1, -, Compliments of W ,.1 Goodsell Bros., Inc. Wall Paper Roger's Paints IO6 S. Main St. Main 809 ELKS' GRILL -'- FINDLAY, oH1o, NO. 75 Qw""'y Emmy "Value First Clothes" Russell Brothers at General Contractors 1 Z ' 1 fx, 505-519 Crystal Avenue S FINDLAY' OHIO 'fClothes Men Like" PHONES 1013-R-1013-W 513 SOUTH MAIN FINDLAY OHIO PHONE 2627-J A. MCALEXANDER MODERN CLEANERS 8a DYERS DRAPES AND CURTAINS-oUR SPECIALTY 521 NORTH MAIN CASH-CARRY-DELIVERY . 133 . 4,8 Compliments of Restaurant STEAKS AND CHOPS HOME-MADE PIES GOOD COFFEE We Serve the Best 221 SOUTH MAIN STREET Black 6' Warner MEN'S CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS 401 South Main Street Compliments of STOWELL'S MEAT MARKET E. R. GLASSCO Sz SONS SHOE REPAIRINC1 Custom Shoes Made To Order 523 NORTH MAIN The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Quality in a lifeelong financial program is more lmportanr than in any other Ihing you buy. OLD-AGE INDEPENDENCE GUARANTEED 212-214 EWING BUILDING ROBERT K, DAVIS Residence Phone 2826 Office P110112 553 RICHARD K. DAVIS Residence Phone 2380 PHONE ZOO RADER FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Complimenls of N ORTHSIDE PHARMACY fOn the College Sidej MAIN AND CENTER FRANKLIN HOTEL ISSYOU HYHSI' 335-337 NORTH MAIN Realtm' X i,T la- Rooms 81.00 per day with hot-cold water FarmSR 1 E City 81.50 per day Wim bath ea State I 4-M76 Farm Loans Special Rates by the Week . SECOND FLOOR OHIO BANK BUILDING .I34. ARE YOU PLANNING A NEW I-IOME? Did you know that an inadequate and improperly installed wiring system can cost you money every month in the form of lost and Wasted electric current? -that you can install a safer wiring system by ern- ploying Modern Porcelain Protected Wiring based on proved wiring practices? When installed by a com- petent electrical contractor. Porcelain Protected Wiring systems will eliminate fire, short circuit, and shock hazards, and economy will be achieved not only in operation but also in installation. Prospective Home Owners can secure all the facts by writing for our "Wire with Confidence". booklet which will be mailed without obligation. l4 PORCELAIN PRODUCTS, Inc. 124 W. FRONT ST. FINDLAY, O. Findlay Armature Co. 417 W. Main Cross Street R. R. SHEELY Phone, Main 76-J Fine Candies Ice Cream Original We M lc O Own Q Qelallfzt Trade Mark leg U S L "2 Stores on Main Street" Compliments of O A K PH A R M A C Y S I WATCHES, CLOCKS, We Contact POJ533F5'5F5ZENS Foot Troubles SILVERWARE Scott Bryant'S M E D L 0 C K Foot Comfort Store 213 Smith Main DIAMONDS I O J I UI' GLUE EF PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY PAINT - WALLPAPER - GLASS WALLHIDE - PLORHIDE - WATERSPAR - SUN-PROOF MIRRORS - BRUSHES - PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 216 SOUTH MAIN STREET .l35. PHONE 249 COLLEGE DAIRY BAR "Just Around the Corner" YOU'LL ENJOY OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ' Short Orders STEEN 6- FISI-I Roofing - Heating Sheet Metal S t 219 North Main Phone 1356 ' 936 North Main tree Buy W'ith Confidence at- TI-IE BONDED OIL COMPANY Walnut and Main Street Direct From Refinery To You Ask for Our Bonded Customer Dividend Plan Service Calls Phone 906 700 Lima Avenue-Across from Cooper Tire Corp. Ill North Main Service That Saves Te GSZUEHIK Qjbfzoppe Ice Cream, Candies KL Lunches Front and Main Streets Phone 677-J BEARING AND TRANSMISSION COMPANY 211 NORTH MAIN FINDLAY, OHIO Power Transmission GASOLINE - OIL - TIRES AUTO ACCESSORIES TRACTOR GAS AND OIL Quality at a Fair Price Alert Service G. B. CRANE Insurance 3362 South Main Telephone 844-J OHIO-U. S. APPROVED Neuhauser's Hatchery Baby Chix FEED - POULTRY SUPPLIES Findlay, Fostoria, Arlington, Ottawa HOMER F. BEAN BUDGET PLAN JEWELER 113 EAST CRAWFORD STREET The Vigtgria Schwab Bros. Grocery 2610 NORTH MAIN STREET Sole Agents for ' - Gold Metal LUNCHEQNS - DINNERS Coffee Special Parties by Reservation 231 NORTH MAIN PHONE 416 SINK'S FLOWERS Compffmfmfs of For ALL Occasions C- E- CO- 4-O4 SECOND STREET PHONE 2369 NEW LONDON. OHIO Compliments of STANDARD DUAL EU. PHONE "1" "GOOD COAL COSTS LESS" lgl "O. P." automatic heat takes the coal from the bin, puts it into the furnace, and after burning the fuel, deposits the ash in a can. .13'7. A ,M 55 ' W EW 'TW Y - W1 eg 7 l' GN V i iv, i Z 1 if l if i lift - l i :V il ,JW-.Q,g, f. ji MM will 'g g-S. 4 , 5, '4iI,' wif W wyili- EN Q X Xa X! wi I X xii fl I KWSN All ff'lsg??QgxX YM fl ilfsiil iif iii n if T' V i fcyy ,f'f.f?",z?,q-aiffv 12 -L .t V, gil.,-J. -1' T' , "--Q fog.: M ' - RR , + -, 4. . J 'fi fd ymggfggg-fill'5il!mln'11l li. '1 "1 IW ' il Xi ,A V A . 'v', ' rw' ,,Q-,' , qfwf fu 1,-r " I fu "' u , ff , ' I ,ii im, wi i ' Q' in l f J, W ffgfpm iii i my ilwgialg i, 0 will Xl ' 4' f'fff5f ffffrffvfnf 11 j. 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Dearborn re-erecled in Grant Park on Chicago: lake front. Illustration by Jahn fr Ollier Art Sludina .138. The Dorothy Shop Hosiery, Lingerie, Accessories, Foundation Garments Handkerchiefs Harris Theatre Building DOROTHY GROVE LoN BAKERY - ,,, Fine Quality BREAD and PASTRIES 231 South Main PHONE 1638 The Only Exclusive Music Store in Findlay TWIN ING'S-209 S. Main St. Brown? MODERN DAIRY Compliments of SIMON 8z SMITH BARBER SHOP 10 7 EAST SANDUSKY chad? PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS CIDDLDU Dllllm C GLDI CO PHONE 635 WESTERN AVENUE ROAD 528 So. Main St. phone 71 Compliments of INTERNATIONAL Woman's Friend Washers HARVESTER COMPANY Findlay Stokers 905 UMA AVENUE PHONE 368 Findlay Power MOWGFS Mariufactured by RUSS 81SIIydvrSiQI1U0. ThEP!:fif2E,,1Ei2J3U- Manufacl urers of Neon, Electric and Painted Displays NEON SERVICE 2 2 3 North Main FINDLAY, OHIO Compliments of CHESTER P. SMITH MONUMENTS COMPARE RESULTS! with Naco Brand Fertilizer Manufactured by NACO FERTILIZER CO. ' FINDLAY, OHIO BLACKFORD GARAGE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING PHONE 456 RED CUN N IN GHAM'S MARATHON SERVICE TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES Z4-Hour Service Compliments of LIBERTY COAL North Riv R ad Ph 4105 I 1 EARL D. RUMMELL DAVENPORT INSURANCE 22IffiiT,if AGENCY PHONE 408 If 1 Good Insurance, We Sell It 307 EWINO BLDG. PHONE 442 CRAWFORD FINANCE AUTOMOBILE, ' PRIVATE LOANS BAIR ELECTRIC Generators Starting Motors PHONE 388 129 XVest Main Cros S FIRESTONE SERVICE Tire and Auto Accessories RAY D. PHILIPS 334 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 323 CALL ME TAXI PHONE 2454 Economical - Dependable .140. '7Ae Fieeeii Peiiilee e SUPPLY Ceieeew EWQSRS EWRSXS Complete Printing Service Sxsey? SRSZJR Saud Koala Gafuli Ufjice .School Suppliu ' Ugice auluulifuae Blank Eaofu HUGHES DRY CLEANERS CANDY ICC CREAM Findlay's Leading Cleaners FINDLAY PHONE617'W FOOD CENTER CLARENCE SCI-ILENCHER 112 W. FRONT GROCERIES BEVERAGES N' S' BATES gl SUN Swifgeff Broflzery Heating "Good Bakers Since 1895" Roofing Spouting 532 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 18 201 N. MAIN STREET PHONE 412 A TYPEWRITER MAKES AN IDEAL GIFT - - Be sure to get yours at THE FINDLAY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Where All Makes Are Sold 115 Court Place Findlay, Ohio-Tel. No. 478-R C. W. OXLEY, Mgr. "T t T 11 " aS V a Q S Compliments of CANDY AFE POTATO CHIPS C PHONE 261 ZOOM W. LIMA AVE THE BOWLING LANES 142 The Tire with Synchronized Grip Greater Safety for Modern Driving Wz'th Cooper Safeiy Grips E BUY THEM - - TRY THENI - - 'il U1 'I WE KNOW YOU'LL LIKE THEM 1' 9 COOPER SERVICE Patronize Our Advertisers compzfmmfs of N Collingwood Motor Sales SANDWICH SHOP Sales "Since 1907" Service I'I3.I'1'1bU.I'g'S Chili Malted Milks Ford - Mercury - Lincoln 600 SOUTH MAIN EINDLAY GEORGE'S BAKERY CONPECTIONERY 10-+1 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE 826 143 Many of Us Are OH to Service 1 I 1 V ,! . 1- A I il 7. 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