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K- K, , M, ij E ff. REQ? 1 ' l 'y fy ni. . I QRACLE 1925 VOLUME VII Published by JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES L ze iff ffl X W Indiana Central College INDIANAPOLIS 1 Q ,,,,, Q- A cafiilif-2 5 9 'Xq'JEQL2?hQIr'IIgx2l f x J' 'af .. l lf, w', In v ,m N 1 , ,X 1 1 sl " 'NA .24 Nl 13 ,ga ,X,V , Tl :IQ Si-QAQ Lg Alljoixvl LH Ei 5 .maj If e WU ,QA , Q5 .V -V' gtg? .jx "I L .'J',2g. FOREWORD I, Sir Oracle, the spirit of this book, have come to you again on my yearly fuisit. To you I bring thoughts of friendship, the companionship of books and the spirit of our college. Treasure these memories in your heart that in future years you may remember them with joy. like ill 752 in W rll! img Of ky.- wl L W, 59' ll ri .VJ 1 1 , .xml X. yn 31. sg H' ff! P ' L. 4 ,M vi x ml .Ll - J l W .1 . tv X fill f'x H T I fic- All R ,x ii x l xx if I' X' .T X wi ,. ,Sw Htl ,iff Vw ill + 1 vvy rl -U 2' fn' s. V .9 M '49 W 4 E? 1 at as - -was ' as ...fc . 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Q Y xlqig-fLQ"-Q .ljl I Yr' - 11.1 "L, i - ':' ' L gg .,...,, . QE" VLASS HF '24 NINETEENTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT of INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEGE WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1924 at ten o'clock, a. ni. Processional -------- March from Aida The Claypool String Trio "Send Out Thy Light" - ------- Gounod The College Choir Invocation 1 ------- Rev. D. B. Kessinger "Adoration" -------- Felix Borowski The Claypool String Trio Prayer ------- Rev. W. L. Perkins, D. D. "Inflammatus" from "Stabat Mater" ---- Rossini The College Choir Siominencement Addres - Dean Stanley Coulter, Ph. D., LL. D. usic- . The Claypool String Trio Conferrlng of Degrees and Presentation of Diplomas President I. J. Good, A. M., LL. D. Benediction ------ Bishop H. H. Fout, D.D. 1. Z,,..N A H , .Hg . fx, ,, r ATF. .,,,zj,:- A -,-sf, - 5 I a.PP lfs--1-' w . 1 Q 4 l Ni E 41 'WAX Q41 ' 1 . 5. 4.1 1153" ff " 4 -l - fi 51 "NY:-vgf-P?1'.1'1gi'T'1,-QS' "F:'H'r-P. ,Q EQ, ,rv-V-' ' ' -' .'-'51-1-lQlF.L " 11.1 11. 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Page Nim'ff'f'n ' , s. f Tl IIC l.l-IA HNI-Ill UNICS Nunn--N llvlll tn righirg -ll NY, 4h'm'g:--. Mix Muruzin, Miss XVe:iw-11 G. A. lilaivkhurn. ll, J, Mivlmvl. XII'-, Swimllf-r. lmiuim Slllrwlx, ll. W. Blzirsliznll, Mrs. lim-M-II. li. I. lizitmm, Hlmlrs ll, Mit-lim-I, Pri-side-nt V 14-ml, .L ll Bl, SlHlll'4'llPlll'l', 1'hiril-1-I t'uxx:u.. .l. A, l'll!lllIllIlY, l", li. fXIzirsli:iIl, .luhn llairziliiy, FQ-rn Coy. NX, ll. llnliinzin, Rliw lxih-r. 1925 WHO'S WHO Imax' .l. liullll. lla-ml ul' l'l4lllt'2lllUll2ll lN'lP2ll'llll0lll. "N1'vv1' lot your studies lllTl'l'l't'l'4' with your 4-1lm'z1tim1." luiix Am.l.x11 Vrxlxilxs, llvzlcl of thv llzlti-istry Ili-pzlrtimllit. "fl2ll4'll-ilS'y0ll win" im-tliml uswl tlirmlglmut. XVILLIS llifi,1A1.xN. 1,4-4-turvrmi Lihrziry litiqlwttv. "A stolvn dzltv in the library is stole-ii fruit." 1 lIAllI,U'l"l'l'I l.i'1'i:1,I.x NV.X'l'l-Ililil'liY. Assistant in thv llvpa1'tl11vnt of liat.eist1'y, "l.:lte- liunrs arc- not gmnl for om- hut arc alll right for two." I mix t'm'. l'rs-sidvnt ot' thv l'4'2llllll lluttc-r'Syr11p Fat-tm'y. UXV1- tvzu-li those wv vain. 'Fhosv wv 1'a11't, we- rail." IDi'mv,xxim I,i:s1,1i: l'I,x'roN. llcaul of Studi-nt XV2ll'f2ll'0 lltllllllllTll'l'. An :inti- awtliuiipist. XViI.l,i.xx1 I'rr'r Bluimxx, Ili-nfl of l'rc-moclitativv llepzwtim-nt. Talks very in- tvlligvntly mi mst:-nlngy, utzigix, 0Ntl'al1'0S, and patvnt nie-rlirinvs. lvmt J. Mi4'Ii.xi:1.. I'rufvssm' of t'an1pustry. A4lY2llll'01l 4-mlrxes for lD2lCllQl0l'S . 1 with prervqllisitm- uf "Mvtlmcls in Love ' in l'l'0SllIll2lll year. Atlditimlal lab- or:1tory work hy 2lI'I'2lllgQ"llN'lll. luis liiwwx Iluusr:'i"l'. lbirw-tor of Warlnling. CUIIVSPS in lil'P2ll'llllIg. Favorite 4'0IllIb0Sltl0ll. "Kittvn on the K1-ysf' mix XV. Hi-Joram, llezul of f'i-oss-worfl Puzzlv llepartmvnt. Vvry wvll known in thi- "gyni" and :it lmmc-. 'i j N25 l'rll 4' 7'n'r'nl1l .l DEAN OF WOMEN CHARLOTTE I,I'C'I'II.IA XVATEHI'3I'HY. H. S.. A. M. Puyc 7'frmfy-rnzc' 'i-. K - l S sn . .N II4 IHA1 'If IVA lil! M.XHSII.'XI.I.. I'i1'1'-I'l'1'.wi1lr'1lf. Hurd lh'pnrlnu'nf of lfflllf-ufiml. 111-anlnate ui' Indiana Stated Nurxnal S4-Inml. . . , I 1210-I: Life htatn IIIIIIUIIIPI. 19065: A. Ig.,E1i1'IIl21lll Vullvgv. 19083 A. M., Indiana l'l1ivv1'sity. 19101 Vollllnhiz ' " ,.. . II n1u1s1tp.1!IJl. I'uyf' 7'll'1'lIflI-flffl A. H.. .IUHN ABIJAII 1'I'MMINS. I'1'nff'.v.wur of 1'hiIo.wophy. Uttc-1-bein Vollegv. 1887: A. M.. 1890: Graclnata- Sfndvnt. Vlnim-ago Vlliversity, 1900: I'h.II., Indiana Ventral 1'uIIe'v, 1911. H111 H I1-a vv. 1921-2.2.1 IIVRWARIJ LESLIE EATON, 1'f'ufa-.-mor' of .Ifllf1ll'llIfIfIl'K and IJh.lf8'iC'R. A. B.. Earlhaln College, 1907: A. M., Ifniver sity of Uolm-ado, 19081 Graduate Student, Uni ve-rsity of XVISCUIISIII, 19091 Chicago Ifniversity 191243 Indiana Vnivvl-sity, 1917-18-20. .1 .'1 I .VL ,buf V, ,Z ,- 7 . A , i - .A-. in 1 Ilya- 'N '-.I 2 S f B ,-,TL ., f, 7 , jx, ,Q ,' , , 1 ,., -... -1 , . ,. f.., ., V. V 5 . fi f". YQQ 4. ' . . .x-V. ,, Lf- r 0 'U- wp I . : . Q, ,Rfn , . . ,. qw- Y, I R. , . 1 . X35 fx 1 IT 1 'J I I 1 A Zlifff ' 7 .R ' 4 '.A vu iiZ4f1.11 . I vu .- k-!i1,,'q,vl.i4-9 -' '. iz' - 3X1 -"vw ,V 'l f . 11.91 I , l Y . X, 1 1 J , V 'T 1 lil . 1 Q. ffl! 1 LN' I . V. . H 1 .Eid WILLIAM l'ITT MORGAN, 1 Professor of Biology. 5.5 A. H., 11111121111 Celm-111 College. 1919: A.M.. 'J Q Q' Indiana Vnivei-sity. 1923: Indiana University. Xiu 5' summers 1922, 1923, 19114. 17 ' " JI Q 3 i Ll :U 1 i ffj X' 1 1 XXX SIBYL XVEAVER. g Professor of Englixh. V115 Q41 A. li., Indiana Central College. 191lig A. M., QT, l"fi'12l Indiana I'niversitv. 19183 Graduate Student. FW ' . . .' - . . v. 4 - V M fllbllllllblkl l'nivers1tv, 1922: lv1llV6l'S1fY of M IS' N1 . ' ' , 2 I X cousin, Sunnner 1924. Q rg, LVA1 I M kifl .1 1 9. 3 'W MQ I fig ALVIN H. M. STONECIPHER. ,AEN 1152559 Rvgistrrzr. 1 !l,f vi . 111- 1 Professor of Greek and Latin. 5' 41 A. B., Vanderbilt lmivel-Sify. 1913. A. M., fff V3 1914: Graduate Student, George Peabody Col- pg? lege for Teachers, 1916g Ph. D., Vanderbilt 1,5111 SSG I'niver-sity. 1917. Phi Beta Kappa. EQS3 V111 mn' .. 'N 9:52 . 1331 I-.10 9 ' uw . A . ' Puyc Twclziy-three . ,155 I I IVILLIS IIULIB l'l'Il"I'NNfIl' nj l'rplifi1' X M IAN. rIlIN1'l1'I1w1'. X I' I ullxmal I lum-1-sity. ISIIZZ: A. M.. 1020. FICIIN V1 DY. llfml nj llnnn Il'I'llllflHlI1'N IIr'purfnrf'1lf. I!.S.,Ut1v1'In-ill Vullvgv. l!l2Z3:H1':11Iuz1Iv Stu- dvnt, I'11ivo1'si1v ni' Vlnivzlgu. 119212. fll' 'l'lV1'Il,NAf'lIIl' l'I,.XIillIIiI, IIHI'IC1'UXVAN. I ln.wfr111'fnr in l'if1nu. IIl'i'l1IIIilI1'. Smith Ilzllmlzl Staxtv Vullvgmf. 1913 I M. H.. NUVIIIW4-sta-rn I'niv1-rsily. IIILZI: I'I1i Mu Iipsilrm. Af, -4 4 fix 7 Ixivb 3 if -- 4 fi. 1 y 11 1 1 Y 1 X 1 ,wg fl.-1 'f1,x..V-- ,,,,,2Qpf:1- :LAN Q, , ' 1 ' - 'Y-,Y :gpff-D4--Xe-'-V1-'Ja 'K --51.1 fwjxk-"1J3'r-fy' 1.-.11 1 A f Y A X - 1 um , ae.E,glf,'e,!'Mg"L1 J 1 ra.,g,,--J su. --- , 1, Af. fill 1 iff 1 ' 1 1 f'- ,YM Q.. 1,12 1 N . 1 1 if 119 f'1 if. 5 . fi. .1 .K , 1 HV' 1-11' li f wx! ' 1 Q3 f X 1-1 ,K it A f , "wif Q'-I if 1 1 .L-1,2 2 ifg fi? Q ,il '1 1+ -. . , . V11 L1 1111.111 J. Ml1,1I-XluL. 1 1 VJ I-'I'1lfl'N-901' nf f'lll'lIIiNfI'l. J 1 3 . , J my iq B. 0tte1'l1ei11 College. 1919: M. S.. Ohio f-N, State l'11iVe1'siTV. 19203 NUITUII C0111 nun' Re- ly. fi seareli Lz1bo1':1tu1'1es, XX01'L'QSfB1', Mass.. 1920-21: 1 .ov 4 N ,M 'Q Ohio Shire I'11ive1'sity. Suuiuiers 192222-'21. UQ!! M3 ,U ig. ,I .. iw V1 f .11-1 .1 1, 1 ., ff 1 JOHN XV. GE1 PRGE, fi" 1' Pll'U-Sfl'fll Erlucafion. Q1 Q A.I3,, Otterlneiil College. 1922: Ohio State. f!! 1 xl S11111111e1' 1924. ' 5' ,T 2 17 Q7 ml' .- vb ., 1 rf? 1-V... 'ik' . QQ 1 fi" f 1:1 f 2 1 3 2. FQ? Q35 Mixxns J. sW1N.111,1sR, j'T31 PI'fl1t"flIflI of H10 .-1 Cfulrfnzy. If X - X1 - 1 B. S.. Fraukliii College, 1904: Graduzlte Stu- 1' " dent. Cliicugo Uuivei-sity, 1910-11: Research Qty' 1V01'k in Religious Poetry i11 Library of Uni- mi versity of Arkaiisas, 1921. i All I- YL' .H X .xv T ,lx Sk- . "-' i'Lff.,.?Z"3efi.i' mjfgf., 1"f'M"ift--2 . 1 2 4- ifif-3'fL'. -i 'ii X' 12 I Page Tu'en.ty-Jive , 05-,.. . , N-- , ,. . A 3. , , -if-4' '- Y 4 , A YYYMYMVE, Y,-..... , . j ' ?"'i ' f Y '- ,- i xC'f'??' "3 4 Q- ,lg ' rw' i- b if w 'v ' ' - 1 ' l K - ' ' N-+4 5' ' , - ' , 1B-H ' - ix ' f il-1 .Y S., . Y. .'S,rw ' ,q ' .X , Q ' 4 gi-5"'7w',,-',w.'5c o WV A .:: of.: , A N,-1 I 15,1 WJ J: fe KW I X L ' r:,Q'T:,,wvwl,igM Yr N- Us .. ,HXXY ,. M..- Q, 'l QF' I , l N 1 A QS lg' KTQ4 V-1 'Al I Ir --W . lf! GLENN AH'l'lIl K lll,-U'lxl!l HN. , I l'l'off's,w1' of 111-YfUl'.lf. F' A. ll., Imliana f'0Illl'ill Vollege. 1922: A. M.. fp Indiana l'niw1'sity. 1022: 611111112110 Stumle-nl. ,N llzlrvzlrcl. 1924 1 ,il if. an lvl 4'llAHl,U'l"I'lC I,l'1'l-II.IA 1YA'I'l'IRBl'RY. fw Ilvnn of ll'mm'u. My .l.v.wci11fr' I'roff'.wx0r' of Enylixh. ' Q li. S., Vniversity of llenvcr, 1893: Grzuluatu rl Sfllll0l1f. l'nivc-rsity of lllllwlgli. 19013 A. M.. l ' Vniversity of IN-nver. 1902: l'niw1-xity of Cali- ' Q fornia, Slllllllltll' of 1910. ' ' 1,515 11152 lim .uoux J. IIARAMY, l Profwxsor of l"p'e110la. ' A A. Ii., l':2ll'lll21IIl Collegu. 1918: Columbia l'ni- W3 versity. 1920: Chicago llnivel-sity. Sunuuer 1755, 1924: LL. B., Benjamin Harrison School of ljf' Law, 19225. , A lil J. I-wr' V- gf tltigw-ia A . -f.+'L1l, 1,11 X 'Lf 'Q Var Q 3 I , Yff,-VMLVX,-'My 1 4 A,,.g,, ' .fl E-lf-. . Gfpif. 3. Qlggl Page Tzrenfy-si.z' ,ffl .1 .7 55- , fi 1 fr .. -fp 9 I A Q ff ' gy.. , W.. - A , 3 -XX -.--:.f?i'l4 5-"'5ki:'i'.'l'.V 7 f..-Y "X.'?-:Tiff fl? ' " " TT fa' ' ' gif-ne.-.'-' 'fm f-':+1.'y'L, - '- - .,-4 , , .g , , pw, ,ww -f, X f v .r ,,+,,5. , ' ., i V r . , J. 'T '11 W -W -, I ,-1 gf, lv NL' 8 1 vi 1 W 1 ' -'1 if - 7 ,T N. : ' --'gf' 'f 'A' ""5.p.-'f',."n N- g X ' if lvl V . ,Y.Lv,,x,.TJi,,.l Q . , ,wi ,H Mbpf Q gl ,. Q 'Air ',Ljf,lQpfA!"f9n ,' y , f X "QV -Eli 3 M 4 i 1 X X X ' VVS' N' in l . 1 i. 4 Li QM V N ix ' i I l , 'g FRED ICLMEH MARSHALL, j l'ro.f0xsm' of Public' Speaking and Urafory. L 5 f,, 1, Q G1-adllate of Albion College. School of Ura- N T41 tory, 1902g LYUEUIII and Cllantauqlla. SQHSOIIS M if 1905'191S. X 1 4 , , , , 1 V Till S .i fn l, J lv" nfl ,i , 1' 91,2 2 V SAMUEL EIJNVARD LONG. ff FD Professor of Biblical Lifvrafnrv and Honiilrficx. i Lf fl 9 B. S., lVestfield Vollege. 1899: M. S.. 1903: i K. A. M.. 1906: D. D.. 1908. 5, 531 54: V 'T' X -"W A, ,V W J 5 1 Vi 9 f L 3 Jef: lffij 9.1 ROY .1 ULIAX, QQ Supcrinfrndenf of Training School. - 1 Indiana State Normal. 1915: A.B.. Butler K -.VL College. 1922. is-1 5 . l"l1v'fH ,W fl Wlfgy 1, e.2ll37f,2Q'rL :li 1' 4 - X 51' ix 'ffgl' J 1 Milli f f 9 in p . ' , QQ Lf F kd -. M4 ff f fiimjf . l i I- . 55 VC X f Hg H ii, ujigr ij V 71 ii'f5,3..,JQ,pf-xpx'yE,, KJJ Pj ,jjxQff'?:lfL'vgSlfg I HV?!',ff, ,TQ 5' Lg, , J" i-Q."1v 1: KL Q 1 LO:'Lulf?i-ist gi? ill? mtifiiff - ' .Q L '5?'f:Wdil'5'gi'5l:i i'i QLJ?-91354-f Y L -S Page Tlvmzty-sc'1'cn, . 1 1 1 ' "f 's X 'x i NA 11 Fi Q-1,1-A ,? ,Q fy-TH. , .,1 - P , ' 1 - -, ffxfil A--"' -- , if SL-W 'xf,v1-1:',Yf-+- v-:,-- f '- if L+, , , f - , f ,g-3'.- V gg -I 2 ,jg -I - I, LN N1-x, 1 ,Q -J, 11 . , If I V sg-. 'A 2:14 1, - 4 4- 1 ' Q . L -JN 1 Q-4-':c...4..-A--:rx--5 -. - -V : -1 11 1 ' . ,, v ., ' N f., - ' 5V'4",'Q"T", .:"xf,-'-ggfi.s, J xg ?F1i1m.'?91 111-ILIIX 1.. 31U1'IGAN. l11sfr111'f11r If-f,l11111'1l11li.w11 111111 NIIIIIILVII. 1 A. ll., 1'11iv1-rsity of AI1l'll1g'I11lI 11. -I.. Iv111Y01'- sits' 111' Mixsmll-iz 411-mlllaltv Stmlvnt. 1u11i:1u:1 1'11ivv1-sity. 1 1 GLAIIYS LAKIC MICIIAI-IL. .1.w.vi.vf11nf 1'1'11f1 ,www of ,ll11fl11 lIlfIfiC'N. A. IL, f,11l'1'lll'11l f'H11l'gl'. 1111112 13. in lid.. W, 11i:m1: 1'v11t1'z11 f'UI1l'Q'l'. 111243 111-mlllzltc Stu- 111-nt. 011111 Stem- 1'11ix'1-rsity. S11ll1111l'1' 1921. ULIYIC KILICH. , H1'111l of 1'io1in 1lI'lNII'fIIlI'Ilf. w 1 n N 1 S1'111r1:11's11ip htu1111n'r. 1'in1'iml:1ti 1711111159 of Musim- 1111111-r .Iwo BIEll'1U1l1 '1'w1v11G1"s Uortiti- 1':1t1-, 1899: Artisfs lliploma. 15102: Student of K IIl41l1'j' I':t'1SPllllUl'Z, f'l121l'1t'S Exlnrickc. Jalc-ubsvll. f'll11'2lQ,'l1 Musiafall Vollclge illld G:1y1o1'd Yost. .- ,K -- x -- J.. W, ' Aff nitkl' 45 IQ ,1'-.U-"C V cy A , Y . rw 'IU ' , ' ' 1 'Jr -. NGL., H, , ,, ,pri 1, 1 1 - 1 h ' .,., I - ,L 1 1, xl. 1 1 A l , K 4 X A Ar 1, 1 ' fi, . , , . -1.24431 funfg - -, ' 'f 31 1 1 I'1ly1- "'ll'I'll'!l'l'f!lllf 1 - J 1-5 w , 7i.'fFi?1 v : 1 :f , V . -V..----4 -ffgfqfii' . 'fi 'A-rf:?V "ff 42 Tiff "'f" P7 'nf ' 'Te' gel' Qfpifrf, iii, - gp, ,- . . , ,. , .l J l it . f-'L-fn LEXXA ELlZABl'I'l'll SHOCK. Principal of Training School. X B. Indiana Veiitral College. 19211. MRS. B. XY. STODDABD, Art Instructor. Graduate, Union Cllristian Collegeg Palmer College of Applied A1-ts, SHIUID61' Schoolg Studied in New York. Boston and Chicagog Pupil of Ralph Helm Johonot. IMRI M. BLACKBFRX. .issistazzf Professor of Foreign La ngnage. A. B., Indiana Central College. 19221 B. Mus., 1922: A. M., Indiana lfniversity, 19243 Phi Beta Kappa. ' i7 ,xi B Y'- .-.PJ , N7 Yff- e A . W i ' P f Page Tlcenfy-nine , -f,f1l'-Q-'J ' i ' A 5 -x Q,-Q -Y Y -A--Y -,-ff 1 -v-ff"-'. -.K ,M .., .,, ,r ., . .V mfwyw-kv'-1 ' A 'Q A Qi KA ' 'N A T' 'i' f+A J 3 Y "'l,.,j,'f 'NAf , , ,I M 1 4 ,-- ,, --f . AH LUIS IIHHXVN llUHSTC'l"l' lffI'f'f'ff1l'0-fy.llllNf!'. AlIlt1I'i1'2ll1 Instituto ut' Nurnlznl Mvtlnml, ISHS: llel'uuw l'11iw1'sity. 119203 Stmleut of TIlL'1Ill4Dl'l' IIIIIISUII nt' Vllivzlgu, 1921: Stufh-111 uf Tlwo- dura- Nun X faux nt Nvw X nrk, 15122. IIICY. XV. H. M1 PNT4 H FM ICRY. Vnllffgw l'u.wrm'. A A. IS.. lmliamu f'1'IlfI'lll Vnllvgv: U. Ii.. Bum-- lv1':Lkv 'l'l1vulugi1':ll S4- llllllill'y. NUICI, A. SCHVLL, Nf'f'I'l'f1l ry-T1'1v1sll wr. A. Il.. lndinnal f'c-ntrzll Uullc-gs-. 192.2 ,,, .',,' 414 - , M- A-3 xx EV 5. 'I.'N K -.-1' A .- mx H , , E , 1 'kjx F Y V I W QNX! T E 4 , '91 1 If A ff, 1 "1 5 .1 19, 4 ui! Q A V1 L i I, A WM x 'A N V I 'x f 3 I ,Hi A if iq 'i 1A PM V-1 4110! ?'H'n - 1 l ATX i ff P' 1 1141? rv A UW 3 W! A W :ff My fi , 'Wil ff ,, Jfxvlf N Q :l"1Y. -Tpf ,leaf W' Q' -L- ' , , I . w. J ,, ,fd A N 2 S' 71,01 A 9 K QQ'-I-,, . , + V 'pm-4, 'bij- ' 1 Q, ',1-V-"Ei, 1 1 ' "N ", wg' ' N ff 1 f. 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'14 ' l., K , fufll .W W 9 - x is busy keeping thv various buildings in rcpzlir. Rf i but He is il1diSP9llS2llil02lt I. C. C. ' vp A L. ,QW Lf. EQ Lg Exim Veg? Hz. , 5 Y v Y P H. Lu. J. W L.xk1., D. lv., ,,.v , xg Knkoluu. Illdiilllil. -, D, A V L f I'rf'.wi1Ir'nf Rourfl 0-T 7'l'11s1'c'1',v. fd W x ww I C ,1 L 3 21221 WT Y Ui Q .m 05721 'C I 1' . Am W V X Q MILIDRED w-xsHBU1:x, Dil pp 4 Class of '26, aw l'rir11fr Svc-rffary fo PI'C-Silliyllf. H U Us fbi vifl L9 ,7'w5'. llyygvl Cf - :M if C. A I .ffzffQ,'Rk Q , ,. ek:fE'21gfi1 '121Q2iQ l f an viirfff LX, 5? ri-5?3xili't jiSt' LiE,.C,Li4fbLl'i.'fx3g,- ..,. -. Page 7'lliI'f1l4OII6 .. -'sf S'l'l'IDlCXT lNS'l'lH'l"l'UlCS ANI? ASSISTANTS Top ifowi V. W. 'i'IIl'i1'j' , ..,.,, Awnlviny li. Y. lizlvisw, ,. ., .At'1l1i4'lllj' Iran Ihiglnt ,, ,,,Avzule-lily li. li. llunt ,,,.. ,. Y.,,,, Aliltikllly Lloyd S2Il'kllli1'1' ,,.,, -.A4'i11it'llly Ss-volltl Row! lilznlwlw l'vnro1l , ,,,,, Iliology Lynn 'Furnc-I ',,,,,,, ,, Wliiology V. IC. 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N L , xl. xii Q il. tu. A . A1 w' L, '1 .fi 4- i w 5 , x . X , l rl l "' 1 l, if r ry, 'li fl .y, .f. X L -fr. - t .G -4, oUR ATHLETIC Poucv The policy of Indiana Central College as to athletics for both lf men and Women is to provide amply for physical training and to H enter into inter-collegiate contests, but not to lay such emphasis 3 , 1 on this interest as Will over-shadow the other features of college . , life. Nor is it the purpose to build up strong athletic teams at , great expense and have them give a large portion of their time T to Winning contests, merely for the sake of Winning. i tbl T i., The real purpose of physical training is to develop the body , V 'ill and to give one sufficient stamina to meet the problems of life. 'Q This can be done b strictly mechanical exercises, but the same f .v,. Y . . "W end may be secured in a far different and more enjoyable manner i Q -through the proper use of athletics. It is Indiana Central's i Q policy and practice to have everybody Houtl' for some sort of ' K activity. Everyone is interested in athletics and everyone has an if :TW opportunity to take part in contests Whether or not he has the l l ability to make the "varsity" teams. Not every young man and f lvg Woman dreams of the day when he or she will be captain of a fi., ltd team, or a "pitcher" on the "varsity," but there is no lack of op- ffl portunity for clean, healthy sport even for those endowed With .ffl-Y V less ability. ' c' l.,fi1 Coach John W. George is the man Who is responsible to a large 1' 4 extent for the iine spirit of sportsmanship shovvn by the student iw 'Tl body. "Johnny," as his Wife calls him, came to us three years 'Nj ago from Otterbein College. To him . lil We must turn with thanks for hav- g F5 i p pl ing established the name of "Central" pf in athletic circles, as standing for all l W, U75 that is square and sportsmanlike. Vjlj Central's teams have Won and lost, in QQ but the same courtesy has always M-Y if been shown to visiting teams. , ggi vp "Athletics for every student in the 5 L5 College" is our motto. Realizing that gg gil varsity teams afford physical train- ,559 ing to a comparatively small number itil of students, We are gradually Work- lf' mg ing up a system of intra-mural sports which gives every student an oppor- GZ tunity to take part in athletic con- W all tests and at the same time, develops QQ? Varsity material. Coach J, W. Gmge rf. ft, . .257 x., ,Wa N ,xg -ge, il . i Page Tlziirty-five l ' 1 V , ,-Q x Ld -H X . 1n.. i W, , nic!! ,y FO OT IDA!! HIIRM muff mar Sw: mm uumsnrv W W 7 -fuk EZ- - s W, 1 +V 1 1.1M uf' V 1 , lvl:- f'..-Twf 'QF .jfg S,ir.'fT"fn -4 ' N 1 L ff' J '-. - , 'N 1, , -f,,yL gag. ff,. .fi A QLY, ' . 1 , -4, V , mtv, Y ff . 'Q Nr . ' -X 'iz-nf-ff:: " '-ff f - TEL," ,N ' 3 g 'f. K J' .- 3 ff - 1 I' Q F . sw Y I. 5,3 , ki mv. . I 5 " 1 'ii X 91 ' l :.I'9' .. 1 r , 4 x, . Au 4 . .- - ,L - -r a TT' S .:x'1 f :E 1 .3-.3 e A ' ' . f ' .. ' Xa' " V ,I L f N? ,.I Q' 1 4 J 1 T U I : fig f F J 2 W . . l HJ I X, .Y ,. X ' . " ng, 1 .Lx W yfrh 5.54 'ff' - . ' H '1-1 ..- I ' , - Q Q I " I - . Wg .f A l.. 6 -.K tigx - V . I ffl '!, " f . - V71 ?,f,:sva-ff .ff ' I '-S . 'Tf:'!'Ji:"' Y- - -U11 'f 'fi x-Q41 if , v ,Q . V11 'f R , . LV' nf 5 ,.--.gag-4.5 QQ-. --. . jx l . R331 L 'I 11 1- ', I 1 A 3 4 V I JN , gf N xxx! M 0' K., K V 'X :X ,Tf"" I " - L Yr 'i'1'7 'g 'fi' ,U . 'MV-', 4. ' g - 'A ll V 9:0 All, . , W - 4- -V ' . ' H ' -.-A .- rf., ,H ,A . ' .- -..':f4 '11-', M, 'iw Jw. X7, J iff' 'l'lAi1'l1lfxi.l' 1 BASEBALL Pur r' Th fri!!-.w1'c'n J r 2? ' . A . ' , if VARSITY BASEBALL , V 1 V v 1 .- v Siumling-lnu1'l1 1.1-nm.-, M--ml'-nnull, 1-reelnwoml. .Xrnu-ut t hpwth, l'lSll1'l', Arlrogust, maxlmgu-1'. lim-wlln:-4'axptnin Guml. lfnll. llerrin, Allmiglil, Sittiliu-li:u'm-s, Bright, l"l':u14'e, l'n-lim-. Baseball "stock" took a decided jump last spring when it Was learned that Homer Herrin, our star "twir1er" from the "Sucker" state, had enrolled for the Spring term. The iirst call brought out about thirty hopeful athletes, and after a few Weeks of hard and careful training, the varsity was selected. The squad was composed of "green" ma- terial to a large extent, but eflicient coaching by Prof. George, earnest efforts andwillingness of the boys to learn soon developed a Winning team. Of eight games played, we were victorious in five of them. Prospects for this sea- son are exceedingly good. 4',XI"l' GHHID W Milli. AIIHIIGAST v., s.,.. ' 1 ' i'- 1' uf. 1 .,,. , .fl ,... A ,fi A E .hh ,L nf, . 1 J , . . . . , , ,v . .1 , A 1 4 .. - .V , ' ,v ,J . 7 fv f f-mfszsw--A A A ff f 1 . 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L 1 4213 null M X13 FRANCE-THIRD BASE if-,tg 'W "Agnes,' held down the hot corner and with his natural ability as a fielder is Qi t ELT u . 33.3 he proved himself to be one of the most valuable men on the team. He was a ew l ffl good hitter and could be expected to 'tdelivei-" in the pinehes. ,l if Q BRIGHT-SHORTSTOP 5 Ti ttf , x H "Eddie" was our Ulead-off" man. His speed and natural ability at shortstop L 'j made it possible for him to start a great number of double plays. gill iii K MENDENHALL-CENTER FIELD "Shorty" proved himself to be Central's greatest fielder. He is a fast man p on foot, has a good eye and it was a treat to see him pull down the impossible WW . . My ones. Wfateh him this year! ilu!! t Mi iii? ll UW Z . is, itil 1 Q W ,M Q if r 'T' f,Qf"H5",e-ilii' Wag'-'li 1 ',l5'2lE5,- ,AY cj? T: ?i? .A 25571635 H Purge Tlzirty-Jline AH- L. , ,-.,Q,4,k rl' , Q, , -, ,fra A izfigd 4 wr. fffff X Y'T.'-Eiga' -g,!?5gi,,Y?J-4-T-Q-jgff--f-ig? 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M 1-nt plalyvlz Ilix pmvcriul "peg liume xliut ull Illillly runx tm' ilu- opponents. 1 2 fl I'I'lN1'l'lfSl'Il'0NlD BASIC VL' Hliflmlic-" was al 1-lm-vc-1' sw-mul lD2lSl'Illil1l. His skill in llilllilllllg the lmll Illiltlll 1' it possible lllillly Tlllll'N fill' Tlw 1'zI1'mli11:1l :xml ill'ily to win. llc was il vlcwi' 3. lHlNl'-I'llIlllQ'l' :mil il gwzit aissct tu tlw fllillll. N, '1,. li KAHNIGS-FII'Il,lDlCR ' "'l'mnmy" was tln- fmly main last year to lcnuvk out il lioiue l'llll. Hu had :1 ' 'fowl tliruwiii-" zu-in :mil liix ll'l'NPll1'l' will lie "'1'92lTlV llllSSl'fl This vvalr. z- z- 1- . . i 1'.X'l"l'-l'I'l'4'Hl'Ili.FIICLIDICR 'L . vl. -- .. , . . . 'K' "kitty, mu' "smillip:lw' twirlvr, poxsosscil an hm- sc-t ut viii-ws that always E puzzlwl flu- visiting li-nuns. NVlwn not pitvliing lw usually plaiywl in the lvff ffl "gall-flux." Ilv was il mint he-lflvr and his vtfoi-ts grealfly lmlped the tvauu. l ,W I f 4 i 5 1 , ff i l A in .. 'ffl' J ' 4 '71 V f't?'i. f "TW Qi r T. , A I .4-U, JU -Jig? ' -Lf' A. T k::,,, ., V. ,rj ,,'-1fLQ2g PLL:-5:1 ,V -' 1 "1 ' - ' -.. 1 I 57.7 .l . , 05741-, -'7ft.C1,.s?, - ,f1i,l,l l'uyr l"rn'lg1 ,ic .fx :AT D. . J t, 1 X ,i ,J 'I Egbfvkf' 5 Y few,fi3::jq7'1:Qf?FD tt lm' Q63 -,iQZfigfv,5-f' 'IT'-e S 'ii if U 3 -sibfsg .. as-I W t " 'Q ' . ,Q f . I J wifi' Q21 ij lil i lil e as Lil' QM ' - l c "2 'fl bf-ff - ,Q ' L' 'w i W f .R H ' , ' .' , - l . N ill t 3 '21, -. 1 X , .sl 1 '- fi 4 t ., .- v ' . is 1' 1 v t . " is f t i it ..V' ,. f 6 sexi ffl 'X Q ,. "-' , . 1 1 R t VM . . , . . I V U 7 IN ' V, 3 M, .- " 1 A Nh N V, l . . if la Q E " ,: A,-' L' v-.k . .,.1. ' LW 34531 ,. n ' t' -'-' ' 1 f N ll X .fm tv assi,-.. of 'A Ns . , 1 't .U l L - ' l S 'f' i 1 v os ffm ' s 1 1 Q ' I gt f 1 ,N 'OT Wil PM fy. L CAPTAIN GOOD-FIRST BASE ' 5 , be 1 Harry was our left-handed lirst baseman. who could "snag" them from al- 5,13 most any angle. He was one of the men whom our opponent hated to see step Mtg up to the plate, for he sure could "hit that old apple." This will be Hai-ry's lj" W last veal' to fight for Central and Great things are ex Jected of him. Uv N XX . a cw rw 1 Y V ll? Pt- . , , . 't H ffl HERRIB. CAFTAIB-ELluCT-PITCHER l M . . . ' if l QT Homer, our pitcher and captain-elect, was the mainstay of the 1924 team. KD wg, T00 much credit can not be given him because through his unfailing eitorts he LW tht made it possible for us to win. He was the best hitter on the team and as a had pitcher is hard to surpass. His dazzling curves and change of speed made F5 1 many a good batter lay down his bat in disgust and walk to the bench. 4-jig 1-Cp Ui 111. V1 ,gf l' W ALBRIGHT-CATCHER 3 , , . , . . . 1. ,PV 'fBig Boy," our southpaw catcher, lived up to his name in every way. He LQ :Tl Could f'nab" anything within reach. His ability to hold 1nen on their respec- Qui FW tive bases was most conunendable. He was exceptional with the "stick," as W he ranks near the top in batting average. rf N- D . f 1 '94 at L W 55' u GREENWOOD--FIELDER U51 . tfrt '4Hank" was an excellent helder. He was a inau noted for his speed and Mx 'ww getting the seemingly impossible ones. iff i f X Del Fx I Ll! ', W Wil 9,4 ' x it .,... 'tl 'E X9 'fi' 0 if U , fi g , iff'5l't'11"t" 'EHS :WWW-. fQ3H5'f?.f l i lfe'fW.,giip , f. it ww. f L., H- HH.. VA -56,31 Q f E f look . ...nn ---gfnaigge ,. ,J Tj' ., , 'H TSX, U "" 1, .ffilp 5 in ,-, T3 Y , g P-'ve f?'1:,35A?fe Page Forty-one l X X 'o 1 ' 1 1 v K 1,-I 1 "1 1 - r l ci ,A 'XA W, .-1 .14 :Y ,, vflfh .. ,fx Q :V fxgflliia. f- --A.. rgffx- "r"4 V ' '-S f'f'i1'w5. "svf1l'ff1r:P.,f."f ' .T 'Q -I if H " ' 'A we mflf 2 Ms- K1 , 'fgflff ' we . ' 6 - , -irxfg-griiiqe, ,'x.fx,,, 1: .21-. 'rf 11,2 K A Ax A 1 rx' 'v'bJn,.1v 1 Q, ,. 1 s ' 'A " 'gf' T3 1 'FH '!lf'i e L '-me 'I ' w BASEBALL Season's Record 1924 v I April 18 Central 1T Muncie N01'1llZll S April 19 Central 5 3IiUJCllQS101' 12 April 21 Central 9 Danville Xorinul 3 May 3 Central S N. A. G. A. T May T 1lt'l11l'2ll 12 l'l2l1'lllll1ll 2 May 14 Veritral 9 X. A. G. I' b May 145 Ventrul T l'lil1'lllkllll 5 May 20 1ll'll1l'2ll 4 llzmrille T Individual Records 1:4 .1x1 es linning luny ..,- inuni .... rnuvu .x l-.- Inge Herrin l'it'1'ln-r S .515 Hnml First llzlse S .4-ll France Third lmse S .412 Alln-ight Vzltvller S .I-194 Pence Sl'K'Ull1l base S .2-IT1 Blemlenllalll Fielaler S .239 llrigllt Slmrtstop S .180 Karnes Fielder S .320 Spietln I"i4-'lmler 5 .1457 1il'90llXV0llll Fielller 3 .000 Fisher Vin-lner 3 .3333 Fatt l'itc-her li .200 Schedule 1925 April 1 Butler There April 11 IIQIIIUYUI' There April 1T vl'll'ElIllillll There April 24 l'lI'2llllil1ll Ilere May 2 Muncie Nui-null Here Blny' S Ilaiuaver llere May 15 Muncie There May 19 N. A. G. l'. Here May 215 Open Here , .e- .1 ff "'A D 'r is , ,fr-, . 2 - if 2 . M .- ' Y f.".L4gf,-iTf'QIT3.., A -If.H221:. fig l'uy1' l"1n'ljl-iwn There There There Here Here Here There Here Runs Qi 12 l-r 3 5 oi T 9 -D l 1 0 rjl 'Q -, an i'lf 1, 1.1, it 14 :X lk" 1 W. ffl l , 4 VF' 1 A l., I-lg' PV, 4-rl., 1 if' up f, Y WF 1 iris llpll Tu 'fx 1 1311 pail PQ I ,i" 1 ,lim il 1 ,V 14' A Tl. "Q, ,Hr rv -11 l I gl 'I Lv' 1-SW 1 , '11 1 vigil ' .fl .91 5,11 V 1 LW! G. 1571 'V 1 ' 'VM-w ek' , if 1 ff 1 I 1 Ls! .g.p.1.... 1. kg-,j A-f ' ' A-i . ffm .. Q. x1,3,"- 1,1 'vu L if A 11- .A 1 A ' FOOTB LL 4,1 X K" , 'Z 'Tffi ' , "f'7j,,1 M," yr- . k fry, fig? I Ny X - 1? W1 ,j1Ew:- L K l N-gi ' ' lug . f - , ff fi QQz-.,1-..f .ff 'I f f' " " Przyv f'0I'fjl4HlI'CC VARSITY FOOTBALL 'top H-nvfBIulm:vx' Yalss. 'l'rniner White. Vlnrim. luring, Ream, lillis, Smith, Pairs-ms, Hun-li th-ui-gn-, N-1-lmvl Ruwfli'l11vl1Ii'1wl1l, l':ltion, 15i'et-liwowl, Sm-ttlc, lY'l'lll'V, .Xrlm::1st, lions, Yun:-v. Hwert. Tluirfl limvf'liii'm1x', HU-ill, Allvriulii. I,e:wl1, l-Iiumi-rt, Tudrl, Iilinuer, Adainxs, Truinlviill. li.-It--in limvf--li:li'iws, liriglit, Full. Vaupiziiii liullvr, l,t-url:-r. Iiillny. Light. A mountain of difficulties-not a little mole hill, but a mountain so high and so forbidding that the average man would have shrunk back with fear-faced Coach George when he was told to put a football team in the field, worthy of carrying our colors on the gridiron. But that's just what he did and in the face of almost unconquerable odds. To begin with Coach George had to overcome an insidious and potent foe-namely, lack of experience. "Old King Footballn was not looked upon with kindly and indulgent feelings, not only by the Faculty, but by some of the students as well. However, when the call for football candi- dates was announced, some forty men reported for duty. For the first time in his- tory a football team repre- senting Central was to be placed on the field! What enthusiasm! Despite the fact that prac- tically all of the material was green, inexperienced, some men having never han- tnplnin liullf-r Mn,m,,',,. VHM flfllfl' l'illl'fll-flllll' ,fifgiiieigk . ,Quark-21'-it . as- X .W ' 1 , . 1-H - ,,---- Y--,YV -.A r- -k.--e -1-1-5 '1 n , A -. Zip, 'wwf-',,e,:--',f:m" ' 1i""?f',T 'ff j? -Li? gj,'i'-1"',3f1,'1 fi-,esp ,gg g-f,v5i-1.?f- , v of, X w I yfr ga- iDl,fQ,jgQ-L1 7 ri-gf.:--if-fr+1 f --1--+1 mf: 2 -any Q, 4 41 in , fgafmai -1- -'H' 'ffl .. -X 1 .- Lf.-,J-.,,a.-fi, ff, l . l i i . -it-4-,f fx .gg-D, be ' 'ss.gg,'o"fl5M'cl M i 1 w rsgf,-.4 Qu 1-1 -1 L W Ui l fgxl fy ,E , i 4 ixl , wi L - ,U 1-3 V 'X 1 , Fi W 2 UL 1 fra 2 1 dled a football before-despite these and many other problems, 'P K Coach George produced a winning team. 'fl After only three weeks of practice, we faced the experi- iii ff enced veterans of Franklin. Playing, as they were, against gl 'TS such men as "Fuzzy" Vandivier, the Rorabaughs, and the Frid- Wy dles, our own followers could not help but feel that the score would mg be terribly one-sided. However, such was not the case, for our fy scrapping, determined team held them to a 28-0 victory. Franklin Lf, fought for every inch they gained. 5 1 'x v 1 'V' f i -3, The other five games were victories for Central, with the ex- .U e W iw ception of the Earlham game. During the first half of this game 4 our boys fought the Quakers to a standstill, the score at the end r of the first quarter being 7-6 in our favor. During the last half, - A L N M' W Earlham, led by the flashy, little "Cotton" Kessler, launched an QQ attack that was too much for our inexperienced team and the lf? game ended 20-7, in their favor. We finished the season in ad- it mirable style, winning from Manchester, Danville and Muncie i , X f K fi' F Normal. 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DEH lim iii Vi' 1"i3'l W4 ADAMS. CAPTAIN-ELECT-TACKLE km "Hersch" showed up well throughout the season, especially in the last part fly.,-fy, of the year, always making his tackles low and hard. He was one of the most M level-headed men on the Central gridiron. N .. BARNES-END "Han" was speedy and the right man to carry the ball around the end. He made as many tackles as any man on the team. "Han" is a freshman and great ny Xp things are expected of him the next three years. i ' V' I NL' SETTLE-HALFBACK gig "Rusty" put all he had into the game. Even after he "got it" in the shoulder rj 2 if he came back full force for another exceptional showing. He was the hardest W hitting player on the team. f , f 1 1. GATT-TACKLE mt fe wif ' "Kittyl' was one of the sopliolnores who made the varsity. Before he is through, he should make one of the best tackles in the state. , . X Y' V V Q I iv-ig-M? -v-W f 1 ! . ,gl Ml l . n I - .. A, .-'l,. fl L H 'A , " ix f hu "' f lm 951 it KH ., ' sw. ' M t Y Ml my tffl ,A -yt '. Mft, f ,t SSJLYCQ -' '- 1f"4i?f'fl.rl5.fw F. sf"'rJf' s'T',T"'7'ff my JL . K J' "YJ I QT it Page Forty-nine September October October October October October 4' in KJ hx 5-. 91 - ' SHT wax: F 1 V 'Qin i. - Summary of Football Season-1924 28 Central 0 Franklin 28 There 4 Central 26 Silent Hoosiers 6 Here 11 Central 7 Earlham 20 There 18 Central 22 Manchester 0 There 24 Central 3 Danville 0 Here 31 Central 13 Muncie 2 Here Football Schedule-1925 September 26 Franklin-There October 3 Oakland City-Here October 10 Earlham-There October 16 Manchester-HereCHomecomingJ October 24 Muncie Normal-There October 30 Central Normal-There November 7 Hanover-Here I 1 l"ifly 4 C1213 all ,L . Y ff: V- V--I . , C ,vi K ,V -' 'V' '-'....fN:i iweg, ,. .mg X41-, xr -.l . ggaiau '1,,'i1,ur "T,.l'. ' if 4 -1-x i,,,":e'1Ll1,ir.:'.i- f' ' le. OUR CHEER LEADERS did success in football this year . should go to our cheer leaders. I They led the student body in yells e and songs in such a spirited man- ner that our fellows could not help but do their best and a little more. . f'Eddie" Pence, who has for the past two years been indispensable as yell leader, began "breaking in" two new recruits this year. They are "OSU Valentine and "Duke" Trumbull. All three are from I' northern Indiana, Kosciusko Coun- y ty. Yea! Cheer Leaders, we're all I for you. Some of the credit for our splen- "DUKE" 'l'RL'NIBl'l.L FOOTBALL SO NGS March-March on down that field, Shouting for I. C. C. Break through that --- line, Their strength to defy, XVe'll give a loud cheer for all our men, XVe're here to win again, Fight. iight unto the end For I. C. C. -ie -If Then we will shout for the Gray and Cardinal. And we'll yell for I. C. C., Never taunted. never daunted, XVe will boost for I. C. C., rah, rah. 1-ah! Loyal to our old school. boys. Till we die we'll praise her name, In victory or in defeat, IVe'll never dare retreat, But fight for her the same. -v L . . , l Smashing. smashing, 3 Kicks and forward passing. t I Round their end, and through their , line, Fighting for Central all the time, ix YVe're going to beat you, l--, . XVe know that we can do it. I' For George teaches us the game i And puts the kick into it. 9. -Y SC A YELL C Spell It Outl 5' C-C-CEN, T-T-TRAL. I . OEX--TRAL. Central. Central. Central! Yea! R-a-a-ah! Central! ',j I? l iifiiwiiea II Iiiifl 1 rift' aff! '3 f'-g ' IZ f ff'ff'ff"l' filffcife -4-f ,--A - -- if-e4+f1A?' V 1 .f Jigga- ig ia ravi ' 4g Lexi ,fjrj '- 1, f'..1fj,ii . f fa Tift -. K -V-Q -is -H Q- -Nazi' fzhwezaeafnw , Lf,-ae. .. .H 47 L. -' I -1.,,'.iv --'I in---' ,Ie ,:,, . I 1, '74, Page Fifty-on 1? ffl I' iff!! X T. W, X 2 w BASKET BALL K ,nf-X , ii- - Page Fiffy-flz ree omit A VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD l l Top limv-Spx':1:1u-, .Xrnwl1trout, Re-1-sn-, Illenrln-nlmll, Settle. Sw-mul Rmv-'l'u1-ner, In-ck, Allvriglit. Light. Fatt, Clarxm. l"r1m! Rmvflio-nl l'n-nve- C'-iptuin Hui-'ht li'nrmw . ,.. ,.. . .. The season of 1925 proved to be a "jinx" for Centralis quintet. Never in the history of basketball, has there even been a more "jinXed" team play an entire season. Many a time, when the Car- dinal and Gray had its game seemingly safe, some unforseen thing Hbobbed up" and caused history to repeat itself. "Central had lost by a small margin." In the first game the team felt it had already, with its gruelling practice of the weeks previous, regained its stride of the past season. However, game after game was played, many times We would be leading within five minutes of the final gun, and then something Went Wrong. The Cardinal and Gray team did not play less hardg often it was a seemingly uncon- trolled lucky streak which gave the visitors a suflicient number of points to Win. The splendid thing about the entire season was the way in which the student body backed the team and coach. It proved again that i Central's fighting spirit can ew.,.n.i.. lsrigm fmt be downed. A141-11.2.-1-si-11011 I !1l'f"iffjl'flHll' A I s - Y- -.fc ii f'-' - vim K In 77.563 .ixL,.,Mr, . . fig" 'yijmll ff.:--,uf Q ilil.l'i',il.-i' ,. I J 1 I , X, ix i CAPTAIN BHIGHT-FQHXVARD AND GVARD "Eddie" played in every game of the season. He is a fiashy player and has Y the endurance to go through any gruelling game. Not once during the season ' was this courageous leader outplayed by an opponent and he gave his best to 3 the team every minute. Ile has one more year to play. is Y 2 LIGHT-CENTER. "Old Dependable." some fans call him. but we prefer just the name "Fish" N 4 . - v . . I Light got a bad start at the In-st of the season. due to sickness. but regained his ig old stride during the last few games. He was a power at the center position Q and was only outjumped during the whole season by the "lanky" "six-foot-six" 3 center from Evansville. Ralph is the iii-st Uentral athlete to receive Honor- Q able Mention on an "All-State" selection hy an Indianapolis newspaper. l yt ALBRIGHT-GYARD "Otto" was our best scorer of the season. Although playing in fewer games X than any other man receiving the varsity "f'." with the exception of one nian yi only, he was able to amass a total of 147 points in the twelve games played. i Xothing sounded sweeter to the ears of Pentral fans than to hear "Ott's" big 'L voice above the din of the conflict yelling "A tta 'ole pepper. boys." He has one more year to play. l el GOOD-GI 'ARD N . . ' Harry played l11s fourth and last year tor Central. He stood out as the I , embodiment of all that was menacing and his ability to slip down the floor for X . an occasional long shot was most commendable. Harry will be greatlv missed x . . " lx in athletics at Central. ish c,T'3Tifi'ifr 'etfiizlgeff-Qfti'"jaiQ3f1fii'fg3v Lf'f.'ijQi" 321 bien C p L A, nn 4.iv11iff..e.,g, ,,gg, if e Page I-'iffy-ytrc 1' 1 1 1 Lf -ffm i M, iw . 1 3.1 W, Q... m ,,,f-Q-ffl-17s-wwf-N--,, W :i1QiQg,f1 A 2i':3f:13E:2. 4, 'Lg-Lg . 1 , ft? . l 4 iii: , - Q., i Aw Q fzgx lx l X A , 1 3 I 1 l ,- -N l , . iQl kit ' l 1 1" pl! l l'l,,XRNU-HLHXICIP 1 . . milk "TMI" inzulv il goml g'll2ll'tl :intl flvvolopwl fast. hoth on otlviislve and 1h-tensive play. llc lmnwllwl himse-lf we-ll :Intl we cxpwt gre-:it things of him nvxt' year. H X llv lan-lu-el on one gznm- of nmking his lt-tta-1: T i ,lkl MISSIPENIIALI,-HI'ARlL H i "Shorty" was thx- sturcl-V gllxml who nmxle his prcsem'v felt hy :ill who Cilllll' in contzn,-t with hin1. llc is at junior and will he lmrd to get hy nvxt Yc:11'. , Sl'I'1"l'l.l-I-4 I VA HI! l l "Rusty" plnywl well :lt the gnzn-el position and will sw more- service next I ymir. Lots of tight' :ind pop nmde him il tinu 1'vs01'i'e. A it RI'Il'ISl'I-4 'I'IXTI'1R, Fi DH KVA RIP i . . vi Vlyilf- is only il fl'f'SllIllZlIl :xml shows prospects of hevonnng :1 strong con- , tender for the pivotal position next year. He is il good shot and has il decided iv zulvalitzigl- in his height. l it K r, li x , E lg ii- i 'Z .f 'GFI ,fri ., ."'W I V 'J"""4KA'7: ?,x..-, ,Q ,TV 1,1-rJ.,.f, '3, H Y Y ff-,M L . l'fly1' Fifi!! Nl-I' 1 v- fu v -4,39 ' 'liflvll He, , gd? was , ss, FT ,,,, .,.JHNf.:r,., i ggsfi. ,,k,,Z-7127555511 fgT.,fKJ'EiQ 2 if 32:73 fl, K vffme- ,Nr gif--,--RFS 71:53 QF' , X,- i F 'JST' fi' - 'Y FF . ,gf-' ,N - .. R 'Q F .' 'Qui J 4lQ,j7' 9, . f ' .1 .HVQJ 1.6 :lf-igL1'fL'li, flifi gl ' r:f.?11,1'f'fY3ii'?w--. '- ,T.,,. , Qi . -W: A fl f fi f il! V 5,1 3 X 'R 4 ' "5 .., - laqf Qlil ' X 'A 2,-Q il,-Qi H pta .51 f ' f Q lg 'xx- ifm - Life' L 'H' W! isj ' iv Jail' . If ,, .A '35 -kii . gl , l 1 ix. iw - 42 if-' fa :rf ,JM 'f' , i-L i o l ,fl rw c f I 3 v ,554 tal lfA'l"1'-GI ARD ,gf . 7 f, . fi -- .. - 9-N gli' "kitty was one of the strongest guards on the team and could always be ri-ffj? y , relied upon in an emergency. His pei-severing spirit was displayed in every lfey, 1 ' game. He has two more years to play for the Cardinal and Gray. 3 lg, 1 , l 'QU i i ,ij PENK 'E-FOR WARD . ' N. A Wi' 1- , . ,, . . . . . . A "Eddie IS a forward who is capable ot going to great heights. He is pos- 1,11 T 1 sibly the fastest man on the team and is always there with tl1e fighting spirit. Q V, t ii It was a joy to see l1in1 worry the husky Danville back guard by running circles ' K QQ around him. YVe expect great things of "Eddie" next year. 5 w, X lf all -1 'rt'RNER-CENTER , gf' Q Lynn should develop into a great center. He has the advantage of height fr . , 2 - ,gl and endurance. He was a member of the champion Troop 38 St-out team. 4,3 hal pil'- ', A 'lfil "9 E v Y v v Y at BARxEs-CEATER .no GI ARD , y Luffy "Han" was a mainstay both at center and as a guard. He was a player QQ ,gil always commanding respect from the team that faced him. XVe predict that 'gi pall . . . . i v an "Han" will develop into one of the best guards in the state before he finishes w-'ef . . , H-Q2 his three more years at Central. y i is f FRAXCE-FORWVARD gig 'N . . . . . . ff: My ffAgnes" is a comer and he demonstrated his ability to the satisfaction of we gil his team mates at many times. Witli his eye and speed Central can count on Q ,ij a real forward in him next year. NVe regret that "Frenchy" was too hashful to Q have his picture taken. 2 t ng- ly g ,X 3 'tiki 4 kappa-zadgfj' -jfffifld Qfiilff U ?'5i?:2-Cy f- l:f'??ift if-lf' "49:fS?!'g'gLji jiQ43J si S-i5ZL'?1i.'55Q-N ...V Q.. , f2'f'Aw,3jf'Q'Q.. yqggilj fe ,2e,'.i,ff7-Ze.-..""'-Q l Page Fifty-seven v 1 ' H H SI2llHllll,E1Sl'iill', Mzilizigf-1' Scholl, Reese, Gund, f'ln1'ms, Cum-li Gmwgv, France. Seutetl-l,iul1t, ,-Xllwiglit, Calptaiin Biigln, B:i1'mw, lfntt, The "Scrubs" A wealth of material reported for practice when the call was first made for basketball candidates. From this number a strong second team was developed. Because of the fact that the varsity was lilling an unusually heavy schedule, a regular schedule was not arranged for the scrubs. However, they played a number of teams, breaking even in games Won and lost. The men composing the second team Were: Armentrout and Pence, forwards, Reese and Turner, centers, Settle and Clarno, guards. Among others who deserve mention for their eiorts in helping perfect the varsity are: Sprague, Deck, Smith, Rapp, Vance, Arbogast, Harvey, Parsons, Trumbull, Haviland, White and Todd. Too much credit cannot be given them for their part in helping make the basketball season a success. It takes a real loyalty to the school and a real man to come out night after night with only the compensation of seeing the varsity men play. Three cheers for the Scrubs! . 1, L4 Q Kit., Y ,-iq' p 4 LL ,a 4. I l'uyr Ififljl 1 iyh! . rd , , W, .,r,,-.-... I l s 1 v I l J l l 'w v ,e.iA,,,NV i xp, gf: '. 1,1 'Vx-f"'17l 'Q I L Y Y mirgua F 71 ,Y + e -f-fp-5 1, fmfbD1,22'r.'? 1 L 1 r-,Q-. ff , F ,iw 4 f fff. 1 f , v f .1 xwm, ', ' -- "-' 1 , 1 L- 1.4.7. xxx, 3 1 W . 1 . 1 fx :PI '-:Wir-5"',f'. -I J D ' i 1 lr M- I in I, f i S: lk. -1zLgxxLf'-1 Ll "1 , I FT 1 . .ry . 4: .1 BASKET BALL Summary of Season Y Dgqember Qi ,,,4,.,,A.... Indiana Central 52 Huntington 31 Ibeceniber 9 ...., Indiana Central 23 Earlhain 40 December 17 ..... Indiana Central 43 X. A. G. U. 53 .I3111131-y 2 ,.,,,,, ..... I ndiana Central 9 Danville 13 January 9 ,,,,,,, .,... I ndiana Central 35 Morris St. C. C. 21 Q .lanuai-3' 13 ,,,, ..... I ndiana. Central 19 Danville 27 January 17 ,,,,,-, ..,.. I ndiana Central 2-1 Manchester 37 1 January 27 ,,,.... ..... I ndiana Central 26 Muncie Normal 30 January 30 .,..,,. ..... I ndiana Central 35 Manchester 418 January 31 .,,..., ..... I ndiana Central 31 Huntington 29 A Y' February 10 ..... I11dia11a Central 53 C. of Pliarniacy 28 February 13 ..... Indiana Central 29 Evansville 145 1, February 21 ..... Indiana Central 23 X. A. G. U. 31 February 25 ,.... Indiana Central 23 Muncie 30 February 26 ..... Indiana Central 25 Evansville +11 M frmais 119 511 1 1 11 S' li" . ,1 I - Individual Records Games Fiekl Foul Total Name Entered Goals Goals Points 1 Albright ....., .,.. 1 2 59 29 117 lm 13 Bright ..... ..., 1 5 53 31 110 tfg Light ..., ..., 1 3 22 11 :JS France ..... .... 9 19 6 41 Q5 Good .... 1:2 43 9 21 Q K, Catt .........,.,... ,. .,.. 15 1 0 2 kX1'I116Df1'0llI ,,,, 6 2 2 6 jf Barnes ..,........... .... 1 1 2 3 T I Mendenhall .... 1 0 0 0 i sefue .......... 2 1 5 kd Pence .... , ,. 1 0 2 Clarno .,... .... T 2 1 5 Reese .... .... - J 2 0 1 I . . Deck ...... ,... 1 3 0 6 . X Turner ..... . 3 2 1 5 131 Rapp ,........ .... 1 0 0 0 Sprague ...... ,... 2 1 0 2 fij Smith ....... .... 2 0 0 0 A N Page Fifty-nina 113'-His f Y, . L-1. ,e 'rn-1-r.',,E: , -,,-. ee: : ' turf- f,:2ff?'i iff' A TT:s:ff?efi?'F7f'4'F EQEP1' v-wi' i f , i -i , if 9 -:l'Q':ee1f:cyn Qs: Li-ff: A A if vi' ' ji, . , , if if 4 if L fy ' 41 ., 3 L w -, L ', ,fa nl gif? 'W-.' suis- Lgpsvd in l l l I GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM 1 pk! I ir- Ill t.1 A 1. bv . l ,Y pu -X I 2, 1 4 LH w gi L w v ,Z .ll . 1 r , . H19 .lu ,N 'EL l-I y . L, . V l fl i l 'll 'l"Pl' Row-U1'x'. Hillintt. C'--nn, Pinkstantf, Rulwrts, lllbllfllll. T ,' Ill-rnnxi R--wflhllleiv, Rzllmlms, S4-Iuniilt, Young, Hr fum' ksmidt, Bailey. t 'Q GIRLS' sPoRTs The athletic policy at Indiana Central provides amply for the fr physical training of both men and women. The girls have their Qi, intra-mural games and become quite efficient in basketball, indoor i " baseball, tennis, etc. For the past several years the girls have 11,5 organized basketball teams to play the preliminary games to some K of the varsity contests. However, since the coach has all his time taken up with gym classes and coaching varsity teams, little has f 1 been done in the Way of developing a varsity girls' team to enter L intercollegiate contests. It is hoped that next year Coach George will have an assistant, who can help out in the program and thus l 'T permit a regular schedule of games for the co-ed athletes. " ifw li il an W li, I A,,KW TQ1' 4l,'fgl'.l ' 'irq A, , ,TAL Page Si.rr11 .il -wA l w h Lf, ,QQ f?f.li3cf':, - s---.-.p,q Qaifflls q.,.a fs-We af - - ggjjgf wcfgifggiggglf-zfggwg, ,P y W' ft x , ,iw A GIRL S GYM GLASS il L52 'l xl .Q F I-3 iixpl Q l iii Vx ml Val V S S . W1 I5 Gym Eight semester hours of physical education are 1 Y re ulred. This Work is usuall taken 1n the fresh- , .1 q Y. . . 2-I man and so homore ears while the art1c1 ants I u P Y , P u P 555, are st11l young and supple. Therefore, tW1ce a week ' freshies and sophs may be seen headed for the gym, W: dressed in the ro er ara hernaha and with the air . E P P P P QQ of martyrs. fl! Soon the girls are busy playing with the dumb- bellsf? or ellin for rela races. Perchance in . X , y g , y , lei the spring, the poor girls may even be seen hurdling, but Whatever the exercise, the outcome is always the Qilg- same-they are "starved" at the next meal. lg r V530 rj W he vu 'hi Elf ielfile af-if .---l is ' 1--fT'.iEvTfs P f of Page MJ fy OIIC Page Si.rIll-Iwo OTHER SPORTS L , , jx-ii, L L , l "'f U' Page Si.r1y-H1l'f'C Vx ,fl f5.'i553A A i as iz f ,. l tl i '4 1 ag- Q . -+R , .f -fe - -f -- .V M- -f.:,:.. 'vb-"5'-'P1.'.1 -F4 '.' f, xgxf-ff' Q' :ff xg-"" T 'E Y N 0 p - ,fi T T ' 1 J 9 TENNIS TEAM V43 ,Q e e S PQ, EE-. 1 V2 T-35 milf if iff , 'fl ljl i -K ' j l -51 'till , W l ggi uk i ' Left tu Right-.lulio Saulo. Harry Goocl, .lov Cummins, Paul France. Rb Jxyfl Tennis interest has been lncreasing of late, due in part to the ,jf added number of courts. Last year the Card1nal and Gray made Q L 1tS first appearance upon the court in lntercollegiate competition. Lf State Normal, of Terre Haute, was our competitor. They won Rt three single matches and a double, While Central came through lfgf with one single and a double match. Saulo. Cummins, France and Good composed the team. gy , rgg' TRACK -AV The history of track at Central is in the making. Heretofore, 1' only inter-class competition has been sponsored. ThlS year, how- wg' ever. We are breaking into 1nter-colleglate competition. , When Coach George issued the call for candidates in sprint, lgifyi iield and distance events, an exceptlonally large number of men 'f reported, some of them having won laurels in high school track ,J events. 51 Our greatest handicap is the fact that a track field has not been ..-V constructed. Nevertheless, it is under difficulties that the greater 'I ach1evements are attained. ,tg Sf'lII'Ilbl'I,l'I. 19:5 gil April S State Normal. Terre Haute There 17:4 April IS I'iI'ill1k1lll Here April 29 Franklin There May 13 State Normal. 'Ferre Haute Here Wi May 122-LIZ! State Meet Muncie :Mi 'fx -' E ,sf-ffs,:,iJ,f.,'-g -e 'vftrivfftylif IKM- Q. I9 A papal 1 V.-.,!,,g i Il, .,n, . f v fi ,. - ,r - , -, ..-..f:ff'7ff my--,' vvfjfi' a-,G --. ... - .af,-,1w.:Leri.' mr,-4 . a .t 'v..PYf--...T 'S-'L f +5 fr-2 f V177 f bln: nf- gf r , f' s.-'-4.L,,w ..-rg., t, C- -fe1-m4'ff - 1. 1 ' -- f.f-:1,,Q.:ef-Jw 'A- l'1lyrSi.l'I1f'fn11r CLASSES I' W 9 A 1 9 0 lf , jx l I Q. Q U fu . lx . I . ,QQ-L A Qihwi SENIORS 'f' 'fjili-1, ,rr . ., .sp ' N I ,V , R - I ' ' "ML 'T 5 'sf' 8' L11-3 :l'.f"' A ' ' W 'I I I i RAMUN U, lll'N'I' GICNICYA, INDIANA Majors-Biology, Chemistry Vlass Presialent, '23-251 Philonnlsea l'resident. 25: Vollege Vhoir: Academy Faculty: Biology Laboratory Assistant: Uraele Staff. NVhen the diplomas are awarded to the 1925 class the students will sigh, "Behold he hath served ns faithfully. Daily hath he handed to ns lettersg monthly hath he presented ns with packages and 'ternily' hath he said to us 'Post oftire box rent dne'." Hurrah for Hunt! l'Al'l. G. SNIYELY l'0LUMl3I'S, INDIANA IuiijlDPS-i,'llCIlllSil'y and French Philoninsea: Retleetor Staff. '23-'23-1: Editor-in-l'hief Uraele: Assistant Registrar: t'hen1istry Assistant: "l"' Assot-iation: Basketball Manager: Uollege Band: Council Men's Hall: Sucre-tary-Treasn1'er Senior Vlass. lbnring the war they say "P, G." was high but now it can he bought any- where, six rakes for a quarter. But that's not our P. G., yon bet, for our P. G. is one of the most popular men in sf-hool: plays pranks and does 'IIIONI every- thing. but most of all is Editor-in-l'hief of the 1925 Urarle. HARRY V. HUUID SOVTH BEND, INDIANA B121'1ll'S-El'fPIl0Illif'S and Soeiolovv . PM Class I'ru-sielent. '21-23: Y. M. t'. A. Presiulent, '24-'25: l'illi0lllllS9il2 Glee f'lnbg Hraele Staff: Assoc-iation: Villliilill Basketball. '22-'2-l: Baseball: Football: Vive-I'l'vSi1leIlt Senior Class. Sir Oracle was heard muttering, "Yes, he's been a good boy. Sure! You know when he eanle he was President Good's nephew, but whew! soon he was Harry. 1-aptain of the basketball team, then baseball and now Y. M. president." And first. last and always he's np to his ears in love. YYith whom? IYho Can tell? "Not l," saith Sir Uraele. , L- Y , ...ssl fx , IL ! 'f'7!Tx' JqiA'."N i'f"ykflx::7. MYJV . . ...Q Iii' Z-,iq Y-,A-,- , F, KA'fJ-nxt! '5 . - -.-'-, , '..' , -4 '-X 2 - ' -1 , '- ' ...4 . F' .- , . . - -'..-131-Tx ffl 1 --. . gf .5 X ...i Page Si.rI11-si.r l- 5 ,f QW? rf' u A I ' A' 1 " AQ- ,lt li' '. , , 'iw f -f U- M, . .I J" LJ .A I w Q 'ff 1 I ggi gi,q1,f,7,,L f. A ---,A , W, ,df , -N -, f,-,MQ 'fl LT., 'I'-Q .31 'w.Qgy1f,f:.Ti-fgfaiffn i,-Ty,-lif 54 q:g"g,,, neqf-T, 7 4 A ,5AA,,-.1:'f-off 'Fw ff X fn L, .QW A , 1 W ,Af f 1 V' yy- ,VL-I , T53 Y. 'S J sm' el i+.M,g' ' J X 1 A 1 2 ff"'f'U'i' w:"fJ nf 3'I1..1,'..L 1.111 ,vita .Q ,..4- ffw- X . E- - 3.21 , jk-4, A ,R .X y 'f jg 1? jg "K ' "w - ' 'A' ' we ff Ag-.rr -- 1 we I .N 'X-I g ' 1 A sift A I 1 ,f Xv34,,I" Xn'jx,j .ay , . . - ..., f.-,,,.,l.. . I. ,,..,,. r.,,.,.F.,..., .... . ,.:.,.,:,:.. -- . , Ywfllii Y g F Y itil i I ' lift? 'T 4- NL 7 K 1 ,X . ii ,Rl 'fr fl l I Ta ?- .I W I 3 W I V L1 A l D X I 4 . V Hgh? ' ' 1 A . A - 1 ,QAK I . . h . -1 H VWYV Xj iii Y p K p ' ' pq MRS. J. IV. GEORGE INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA I NIM A ' I Major-History 3 fl Otterbein College, '19-'22: Miami I'uiversity. Q, sql g J In the suinnler of 1923 Professor George went into the wilderness and 'M ,tt brought back the denuu-est little inaiden, Edna Ellen. Since then she has dwelt Q j 'ul' among us, talks to us as generally as if her husband didn't sit in faculty row, Q,-, y E and always boosts for athletics. 23,-J YQ ini 1 1 O I M HOWARD L. SCOTT EWING. INDIANA if WL I 1 ,fi 1 Majors-History and Sociology it Vu Zetagathea. D gc x In the VVar of the Roses our Scott carried a little "white rose" away and 'X keeps her in University Heights. That he tells in English History class. So if there! I, f Lai LOIS VIRGINIA FOUT INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA ffl 44 ,VZ 'JA A Major-English l A Dramatice Club: Press Club: Glee Club: Philalethea: Oracle Stai. yy. K ,A,,,. . iid . . 2 Elo When fortune telling became a fad in the fall of '24, Soothsayer Cowan 5336, "pronounced" Gin's hand the 1110817 original and fascinating of any. Now, that il j H hand may appear on the stage or again it may wear a diamond. That is one .nf J of the things one never can tell. gy if-QQ DI t if 3 kj KW V7 I9 1 ch I UFS? 98 Calm 1 ff' it ,iii w gf, ' 1+ ,- 4 1 I A- 1 .ysfr -'F ft-11 , - ""'r5H,aiT'f1tN"i1'2Y'fsi.,if' Z CiTftfJJN39 , fa- HY --YG -A 1f:flH20hi,'1fe1f L. e,t, Pagc S'z,z-fy-.seven ' WT I J. X' " . A 'iff' 4'-if' wifi lx ,A e .I IHA .I. IIIIIIIIIT l'l.AINYIl,LI'I. INDIANA 1 1Izlj4v1's-IIisIu1'y zllltl English I IYIIIIYIIII' NUVIIIJII. '20 :xml 'Lil 1 I'1'e'simlQ-llt of Ze-t:lg:ltl1vzl : Y. M. IIZIDIIIUII AIPIIIS Gle-0 Cluhg l'1'1-ss Vluh: I'0llIll'II Mvllmlu-1' M1-11's llzlll. ' Bright Wllllt' t'1'u111 il I'I:1i11 village in The- hind ruled hy Sir H1114-lv. He has pwwvfl to ho il mighty knight in mum-ils ui' Y. M. V. A. and 4'h1'istia11 Eu- 1I1':lvuI'. H11 "In'igIlI1-IIS" "Yu l'w'vptiuIls. TRICASIIC HARDY INDIAXAPULIS. INDIANA Mzljnl'-Ililnlv Stlnlu-nt Yolllllfw-l'. I'I1ilz1ls-ilu,-zl. Nu l'I1ilallvtlw:1x1 van 1-wr forgvt 'I'1'w1siv's dry Imnmr. vspw-iallly hm' Gxtem- lNlI'2lIl1'UllS spwc-11 on "Syxnpto1us." Altlmugh sho has IIIZUI1' nu 4-tfnrt fm' lNDlllII2ll'IIy. thnsv when know her best YGIIIN' IIPI' SIHIIIICII fl'IPIl1ISIlIlI :xml good jlltlglllvllf. LEON D. YASS DALLAS VITY. ILLINUIS Majm'-1 IIIUIIIISIPY l'hil1uu11sc-:iz Y. M. U. A. Vuhinwt. '25: 1,I'2lI'Il' SHUT: l'1'0simIvnt BIPIIIS Ilanll, '24-'25: Iimnstvlk Vinh: Fuuthslll Bl2lllZl1.ft'l'. '2-I: Ass4wi:ltioll. Thv I'l'l-'SIIIIIPII vu-mls IISIVQ' womlvred why Mr. Yplss has not fElVOI'QII them with more than silvnt nrlmirntinn. Sir 01-avlv wishes to Take this opportunity to SIIIIIHIIIIUI? that Vnpid pivwwl IA-m1's lneart when he- foo was a freshman. But. sf-1-iolwly nnw. thc- suhjvc-T of thix ska-tvh is an indispensable man at I. C. C. A 'I' rl ' 1 vt- 'D . fl, . ...,-,,. . -.M-'I I I ' 11 I 7 , , ,,., , , , .. lwlyr Ni.1'f1l-vigil! 44? Lf 11.254, Q ' ff, N ,Ag ,, A I, .ggi-L 2-eff 1 A'-.jqrf7f4-"Hf"'A'7"i'Tf"1Y" -5. f if" - - 'iiuvfef : it-fu 5. A . 4 lx "ffm 'fm f . f A W., -,.f,.lf1fY -A "Ki: ,J FIX r 'I el-fzsf' 'i I- l er "f:.'f z Pity' f ! I.. r 1-f"1, 1 1.1-,I Balm., I 1 .. 4 ,fl -ififai' il" flJ""" ,g5'5"Q1.ji'.fi,' ,za ' tl A 7' 1 f l' iL3.fQffUi2,:f-ilel. .1 . l f Q. LL, 15317. 2 ' ,l iw 4 lt.. 1 'fx 1 1 f l . :NJ .xl V xl .1 I X E M ? 2 Iffr 1 1 1 N , U l 1 ' J O XJ PAUL CHALFANT MUNCIE, INDIANA Majors-Bible. l'hilosopl1y and Sociology D President of Zetagathea. '2-1: Debating Team, '22-'24: College Choirg Glee Club. There arose in the la11d of Sir Oracle a sweet singer, Paul by name. He has Q -1 been I. C. C.'s leading man in Glee Clubs and quartet. He once joined a gypsy . gil band and on election night serenafled Dean lVate1'bury. Paul has come to the is place that "O love, love, love! Love is like a dizziness that winna' let a body . go about his business." ll ' ,I glljfj ISABEL JORDAN OMAHA. NEBRASKA X: Major-English ' l Vx Monmouth College, '21-E131 Omaha University, '23-'24, A1 .J 5 Q1 . . . . . ' 'gl Although tlus senior came to us only this year. she is very welcome, for, like ,, many of Sir Oracle's friends, she is a preachei-'s daughter. One of Isabel's "fy friends described her as a reserved and very studious girl who-Sh!-wears a diamond. Vfi lf. it CHARLES W. LEADER INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA ,L I Majors-Biology and Bible Ziff? President of Philomusea. '24: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: State Peace Oratorical Contest, '23: Debating Team: Footballg "C" Association: Oracle Staff. .Vw Nil . Nfl Now I, Sir Oracle, think ffCharley" is a man after Illy own heart. His laugh is contagious and in '24 he was voted the friendliest man on the campus. My Charley laughs whether he sees one point, two points or no point to a story, and we all admire him for it. Charles is also a student pastor and a debator. E71 Success to you, friend of ours! llwi XXX: My . it 1. .. Ny.. Ifigwiqk ' V X-ff-jfr:-gl V i K 1 fi if L J,L,,,, X-4-f -1-1-'fig' ' E 1 2 if 21:7 'T' '51 Jffg' 5 f-4'-V'9?ti:' eg. l Page Si.:-ty-nine l' AYl.I -j", f i ir. W - i if i W HUY Y. DAYIS INDIANAPUIIIS, INDIANA Majors-Iinglisli and Biblc 4'ir1-ulation Manager lierlee-tor. 23: Assoeiate I-Editor Reflector, 'Q-I: Editor-in-Chief of Reflector. 25. Now Sir Oracle cannot of course give as detailed and concise an account of Davis as his wife could, but since she is reluctant to tell any of his bad points. l'. G. says it's up to us. Roy has always been very faithful to the Reflector, not because he loves gossip but because he loves his college. He has used his good nature and level-headed judgment many times to our good advantage on the paper. tllavis, although married, is populaxnnl l"I.0RENCE DELPH WILKINSON, INDIANA Majors-English and History Philalethea: Indiana State Normal. '20: Winona Summer School, '24. Florem-e has many qualities for whit-h she may be commended. Her chief characteristics are frankness and good nature. She is a good student, a faith- ful Philalethean. and has had some experience as a teacher. In the summer of 1923 Florence helped maintain order in the library. EMANVEL L. EPKERLY INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Majors-English and History Heflet-tor. '22: Y. M. 4". A. Vabinet 'Ifl: Philomusea. Er-kerly is one of our oldest members. having graduated from the Academy before he entered college. Almost any time if you stop and prick up your ears his typewriter can be heard in the office-except on Sundays. Goes to See his best girl then? Not much! He preaches. I '-' K" 4' ""r ., , ,- 4' if ' f, J ' ""' .gp . A' flu" il 'ffl-I-Q. . mmf, , A . ' i - -4 ,f. ,,., H ily' L 1. P, l'uy1'N1'l'1'nI!l U M1735 it ffl'-gf: . iii-Q wiT1'f'f-, Y Y , Y I, , h.,,,,,,... T Y.,. I N 2-ff4Q?lfQ7J"5g', 'gift-is Y.,-.,f-,ff--f -, frxfzyr- ian' -Q if-' '59--:fJ,?, 'fijf-Q N' , if f 'fyl' Q31 if-fi gift? " 'Zin IL' ?f'f7s,f' -'tlpffiel is if Q ' Y A J1i:77I1'i"-'gif' W if-Mi-1 J "iw I in ,gf ff , TN ft' j. 'X 1, r,-,X wills FL ITT' QV? vi l "xl , , , . , fill? ' K l E63 . A O Q1 Q : , JC,vH Wi , 1 , ,Af ,,,w lQx . O J lm? -3 7, , W. 4 -'A . N , . A . 'x ll ' All ft MH' Q" . , ,' , f g, , X Ir X ' 'il 'L 'li In In , ,Y fl . , 1 A -lffj I 1.n.l-,- ... 1 VX? lil Liv f 'lf NTI FANNIE DUNBAR TALLMAN, MICHIGAN ffl ,N t I!,. I Nm .,, Major-English , X K n y . - Q, -1 - . X Mason County INO1'lllil1, '17g Pl'9S1d9llt Theacallosla, ln: Press Club. Nj. Although she "hails" from Michigan, she is one of us just the same. "Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile, l ,ff Who makes the bubble of life worth while." gf x K WTI! wtj L 1 'Fi , , IMI DOROTHY VELANDER VERMILION, ILLINOIS TW? ,g ff, ,. iz' 1 u BL Major-English V V YE Knox College, '21-'23: Y. W. lf. A. Cahinetg President Dailey Hall, '2-ig President My QQ Theaeallosia, '24g Glee Club. It E if 1 Lila? Now of course Sir Oracle is rather an old man and doesn't understand the fly! ml "younger" generation, but however that may be, here is his opinion: Dotty 5 ix deserves an UN. G." or "V, S." after her name. "N. GF, means "nice girl" and F ,Q UV. S." means "very sweet." tRumor has it that the degree of MRS will soon 15,1 E11 precede her name.J V A ity? 3 , Q I tl ' l RUTH RAFINER VINCENNES, INDIANA Jer , , WJ 34 Major-Home Economics A N up . ld Teachers' College of Indianapolis, '21-'24, l I VX X N tt. ' I lrjq This quiet maid comes to us every morning and then as quietly slips away in -M when she has shown her "profs" how much she knows-or doesn't know. Ruth has some very fine qualities-she doesn't shout in the halls. she doesn't carry 5512. on tete-a-tetes over a radiator, nor laugh 'fright out loud" in chapel. She's a Q l I . M., IRM good girl. M1 , lA ,T'7'C5",. 1'5f"Hf'sx.o 21, lv . A , i" f fr' syfif .. f. Page Seventy-one BRYAN STEXVAIVI' I-IURDUN, INDIANA Majors-Publir Speaking :ind English Joke Editor of Retleetori I,l'2lI1lZlIll' t'lul1. ' "Ikey" has three il1'i'0lllllllSllIIIUIIIS-l'2llSlIlg disturbances in chapel, yelling himself hoarse at basketball games, and imitating old inen. But he is a XVorld War veteran and while in Eranee lnust have learned to do things with all his might. In ten years from 11ow we hope to see "Ikey's" appearance advertised :it the Mui-at theater. and we'll all pawn our watches to see hiin. GENEVA TAYLOR INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Majors-English and History Loinbard College. '131: James Millikin Vniversity. 'Zig 1'hila1ethea: Glee l'lub Stui: Boosters' Club, 224: Hraele Staff. Not without cause was "Pete" chosen as Sir 01-at-le's Joke Editor, for her favorite song is always: "I joke with you in the lll0l'11lllg. And I joke with you late at night, I joke with you all the tiine, For everything's all right." But honestly now, Pete surely has been staunch to her class, and to Phila- lethea. She has attended their meetings when at all possible, and. better still, has shouldered her responsibilities "like a little man." DALE D. MUMAIV INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Philomusea. Dale is another of our married seniors, so we see him very little outside of f-lass hours. During the war he was a member of Uncle Sa1n's navy and made several trips arross the deep. IIe is a student pastor. . 14113 54- ,ft 'jwxx W V , 5' D V. N 5,-a 'Ulf -j r ff g Pflfll' NeL'c'11f1l-two Y fe, , ft- fi,--sf,-:Ira-ei'4' 'Qfff ' -519 an .ffff fp 1-qii1'f'd1ff'fo ? ig? 11. , 7 121 Q. Y.. C 1 1 '-frzfifa I A X1 I vii C ' Q- 111. 5.,.-.i,i 5 tl .1 A . A A QLYQ ,sl 'Q fgis A 1 A J 1 . S l X fi 50.1 .ky . , 'A CLAUDE B. TURLEY INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Majors-Biology tllld History L Pliiloinuseaz H1-ncle Staif: Boosters' Club, '21 Fi -sf Now here's Claude, a man after l1is infant daughter's own heart. He has . an immense heart. laughs at all jokes whether he makes them or not, majors in chapel services. wears a green sweater and is liked by everybody. lVhat - more could tl1e faculty want in a senior? ,l, RUTH E. BRANE LINCOLNYILLE. INDIANA ig Ma j ors-English and History Pl1ilalethea: Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Y. W. C. A. President, 25: Press Club: Reflector -.1 '- Staff. Quie and reserved but ever willing to make sacrifices in order to help others- i V that is Ruth. Her chief interest has bee11 Y. W. and she has used her brains 1. 1 there. yes, more than her brains. for her smile might always be seen. TVho in f the Class of '25 won't always remember Ruth and her bosom friends Nesta J u ! 7 'I QL, Gertrude and Georgia . 4 ,rl fu., . J. LYNN onnooasfr DECATUR. ILLINOIS we Majors-Chemistry and Music -,pf Illinois Wesleyan University. '21-'23: Illinois State Normal, '23: Zetagathea: Music Assistantg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Baseball Managerg Varsity "C" Association: Glee Club: V45 Chorusg Oracle Staff. l 'X . . . . 221.1 Lynn's chief hangout is the music practice hall on tl11rd iioor. He has the ,sl best chats with the ladies up there and then he somberly descends to tl1e 'fchem gg' lab" and talks to the sterner sex on more intellectual subjects. But he is Q g always busy and has taken a great part in all school activities in the two years he has been with us. S-s-she-don't tell, but a piano will just eat out of his lim hand. Hurrah for Arbogast! l ,-g 53. jffffggii-"1"e' f A -Tffgfj Jiiff ifsiiigiir 'e E, A gg 11 1 . 1:5 'sQ'7.fQ-' nf LL! -fn 711: ':i':i: jiggfiijgffg ji,if.iL,Y' .Q'iI"eS1,,-A 4. Q If 1 114,14 . . -4 gf,.'.'f-iff fs, ,bi Page Seventy-three -., X. ' ' ' 4 1. 1 .wi .,- F11-"' A ,K -!:- 1-1-7--4.m "'1'f"T4ikf3r"Tf, .V X 1. I -I + '- 3,-M, g'-Q, " ni H., . Y , B, S If -AVR-,ef-,,. ,g ,. f.. , gf- A x'1-Aflvid' ,li A Y Qtr ',Jx5L:I-,'.3 ' I l X l t l I I OPAL 4llI,l.IA'l"l' IVASllINli'l'HN. INDIANA Major-Ilome liconomics President of 'l'lle:lcallosi:l. 25: Purdue l'nive1'sity. '21 Now take it from me. fellows. Opal is some cook. IIer candy is delicious, her oyster soup is exquisite. her fried 'taters are heavenly and the meat she smothers is even better. All second floor at Residence Hall can vouch for that. 0pal's chief task is caring for her littlest sister. hut then-. J, IVILLIAM SELL l'IAR'l'SVIl,LE, INDIANA Majors-English and History Hartsville College: Huntington College. I. Sir Uraclc, have not been as intimate with Mr. Sell as I could wish, but I have observed that he is studious, somewhat reserved. generous and talks deliberately. ln 19123 he was a teacher in the Otterhein Home. His iirst col- lege years were spent in old IIartsville and Ilnntington colleges, where he was very active. especially in literary work. NESTA BONEIiR:XKl'l Sl'RlNGFIlCl,lI, ILLINOIS Major-English I'hilalethean President. '25: Y. W. V. A. 4'al1inet. YB: Student Volunteer. Nesta has changed much from the shy. timid girl of her freshman year to the jolly, sincere senior of '25, She is one of the few students who have been here for four years, and during that time she has made many friends by her kind. unselfish deeds. In a few months Nesta will be saying: "James, sit up straight I Robert. are you chewing gum ?" ,1--fe., -, , N' - "T"TkY , -..t ' 4' " ,, . , ---'LD'. yd, , V y' I .. L 1-HI. f I -, .N Y , . ,I 4 , I - - I , -J .' ' 'K-17 'L 1 A . 'H Ig ?1,l'-- G1 TT ....., f., .,. tu..- ., . , , ., Page Nclwufy-folll' i if . .1 i 1 s K if X ,. -11 1:15 i,iL .wV,e v ,.v r ' 'psi k i Ti?77'52i?"fi"s ' 7 If 75 if ' W' ,gg vii- - ,,,...:' 4.4 fe .ef .g j5f1?igQff,1',gfQ gb. f - W A if T, I 1 H37 . --- , - Y--, y -- - -V ' f -3 I . l X , .21 IM Qftf .CQ 2 'J '- FAQ H! VIOLETTE MILLER LAFAYETTE. INDIANA ,N A1 Major-English f Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet: Hrchestra: Glee Club: Philaletliea: Reflector Staff: Press Club: President Residence Hall, 25: Boosters' l'lub: Biology Assistantg Oracle Staff. gg? Violette, because of her charming manner and disposition, has endeared her- lri self to all the students. Her unusual ability and originality has made her a ty leader in all phases of college life. As to books, well, if you want to know I 'AA anything in Biology-ask Violettej A BQ lofi 'MJ if LOYD SACKMIRE KINGMAN ,INDIANA l 'i Majors-Latin a11d History Til Fl 'j Zetagathea President, '25: Dormitory Councilg Basketball: "C" Association. ..w' "Sack the S1lent.c who IS head ot the house of Sacknnre. is one of our be- lly loved "C" men. Quiet? WVell, ves. He doesn't sa much and is not sociall I x v 5' 5' fm! inclined, but give him a Latin book and he is right at home. ne, gli Q. THELMA BRENTON TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA MAJOR-EDUCATION Philaletheag Y. W. C. A. cabinet. - 1.','- Thelma has always laughed much but worked a great deal. Her time thus Pi has been limited where school activities were concerned. but no one has doubted FK, her loyalty. This year she has taught "readin'. writin' and ,I'ltl1IIlEflCv to Uni- QW versity Heights 'fyoung 'unsf' but don't ask her to relate all her experiences, W for they are without end. EU its c W 'E AQ f.2?l-ffl 2977 '14 I .fVf:99"fQE-S .A E aE'ff'Q.1T3 A' 'li A519 "F sKEs'v-'ssigstsiyf lugiffgawf- . ,A -fimfciivzis-lf.-gig f -lglrlef Page Seven ty-five i . t i oo . i liit 0RBC1lE'fff,portfw Page Set-en til-xi,r The Ideal Senior Hair ....,,. Mouth .,A,..... Eyes eeA.,.,,,,..., Complexion ,. .. Smile ..e,A,...,e,.. Voice .,... Bra ins .,...........e.. Capability ......e ..... Iillillllilfll' Ability .. ..v,, .. Il9lllllI'0llQSS ,.ee......A....e..w..... Journalistie Ability Since:-ity .,...,,,...........i .w,..., Seriousness Pep ...,.........,.....w.. Musieul Talent .. .. Friemlliness ,,...... Reserved .............. Religious Life . .... . Cleverness ,,,i....,. Harry Good Dorothy Velandex Virginia Fout Opal Gilliatt Ruth B1-ane Paul Chalfant Violette Miller Ranion Hunt Ili-yan Stewart Edna George Carroll Butler Nesta Bonebrake William Sell Geneva Taylor Lynn Arbogast Roy Davis llale Mumaw Emmanuel Eckerly Treasie Hardy f'ill2St' if , JU IORS Page Seventy-seven -IVNIUHS l.I-ISLIIC "LES" HUl!ER'l'S INIPIAN.Xl'ULIS, INDIANA M:lju1'f-IIisfo1'y Philolunsezl: Y. M. F. A.: llehuting: Flass President. VERA "IlUI"l4'Y" HOI-'IPMAN SAYHROOK, ILLINOIS 11ilj0l'S+fI0lll9 I':t'llIlOIllll'S and English Illinuis IVesley:1n I'niversity. '22-'2If!g Tlleaexlllosizlg Glee Vlulrg Y. Cabinet: Press Club. M.XR1,'EI,I,A "MAR" 1'0RNl'1'I'ET lCl,KHAR'l', INDIANA luiljlll'-Fl'9I1f'Il Otterhein College. '22: Tlleaealloseag College Clmir. Mll,l"0KIb "l!I,.U'KIE" IEAHRIVK INDIANAVOIIIS Ze-mgzltlneug Urzu-le Stuff: Glee Club: College Uhoir. " 1217 ,.f- Y '-' " ,X f-v,. v --, 'I' ff' pzxx., - Y v l , "A af- wwf 'fZJ4f"4k'5' 1 -, ,w ' , ' .' 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"DEACON" LEACH STERLING, ILLINOIS A i lllajor-Pliilosopliy I xl Plliloluusea: Debating: Football: Dramatic Club: Press Club. if I lEditor's Note: Due to the fact that it was not known that Mr. Leach was I' i N-', fx to graduate with the class of '25 until it was too late for the change, his picture 5 V I appears with the class of '26.1 , f I J i Q j kv.. 'ill L ' i, tx, 4' 5: MARY DUNHAM ANDERSON, INDIANA J I Major-History 9 mi Philalethea: Glee Club. Q . j 1 V, ifffii i V w, 1 f BOYD HICHAROIV' TODD DECATUR, ILLINOIS 2 V i Major--Matheinatics 'f bfi, James Millikin I'nive1'sity. '23g Zetagathea: Football: "C" Association. X151 Vx 5 lil, :Qi JASPER "HOOT-NANNY" STADLER W.-j CQ? TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA X Nl israjol-S-Bible and Public speaking 1, Q I I .f Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Philomusea: Reflector Staff, Dramatic Club. .H W1 I .Q S1527 li' I I 'V OE B13 'll lr' 6. 55:61 1'-Qi, W Z' . ,V P' -SQ- 1-f"i.T'i'j1? ,v Y .ww 'fi ' X I . ' QF rd-f -ffr1fg:'23Eifi1.-.5 Gad Page Sczfcnfy-nin.e 1 W RUIZI-Ili'l' "RNIB" PARSONS INDl.XNAl'0LlS. INDIANA 3I2l,i4ll'-fil'l'Uk Glu- Vlulng U1'vl1est1':1: Vullegv Vlmirg l'hil:111111ss-11: Y. M. V, A. Czllninvt lbvlmtillgl TUZUII. IIUXVARD "II1bI'l'Y" VLSII LAKETUN, INDIANA Majm-s-llistmy. FI't'lll'II and Matllvrllaxtics l'Inil1m1l1s4-ug D4-lmtillg 'IU-alll: Ii1'fI1'l'IUI' St:1t1': Prvss Club. ULICNIC 1lIl.Ll-X'I'T IV-XSIIIN1i'l'UN. INDIANA Bliljlil'-BIQIIIIPIIIZIIIUS Tllc-alvzlllnsvali Y. IV. V. A. Vsllviiwfi Iizlskvilmll. HI-IRMAN "'l'l'ID" SI'Il'I'l'II 1'I'IAlil.l-IS'l'UIVN. INDIANA I Majors-Biology and Flu-l11ist1'y PIIIIIIIIIIINPZII Biology L2lINlI'2lIlbl'y Axsistnnt: Orzu-lv Staff: Press Clubg Re fievtul' Staff: linsvlmll: limnste-1' Vlulmz "1"' Association. 1x1'xI4'. - . J 'I' ' ,"' I l'll!ll' Hiyhfy fir- ,Y-. 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INDIANA Majors-Iliology and History Pliilalotlmag Polloge Phoirg Glw f'luh3 Reflertor Statlz lliology Assistant. JOSICPIIINE "JO" ALHIN PARIS, ILLINOIS Major-Home Economics Philalethf-az Boosters' Club, ':2Zlf25: Press Club: Reflector Stalfg Glee Club. CARROLL VV. "CAP" IIUTLER INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Majors-Matheinatics and Physics Philoinusea: Y. M. U, A. Cabinet: Reflector Editor, '24g Press Clubg Foot- ball Captain, 'Biz "U" Association. fI'IfIit0r's Notf-: lluv to the fart that it was not known that Mr. Butler was to graduate with the class of '25 until it was too late for the change, his picture appears with the class of '26i.l 1 N,-V A "'7' I , fy 'f F-' fm, N- , -' 1 Y , -- Y, ,A J 4-V .1 ,A ,. .., - .Je ,I ' HM- L ,Z Q '. I ,, I V 94 ' -4 I+. Puyt' Eighf1Hu'0 PQ 'v I I X . I I K S . ,, ,LW L 1 I "t A g y, .nga V-fi: ' ' " ' ' L ff , .1 -h I i c 'Afiti W if? . I I fl , ifgf 7' f- ll-vjrliplaigl 1 N " f " " A I 71,57 ""!- A X..n1 '."i,k-wif' I 5 . I I I I I I EMERSON "l'EARf7Y" PICARSUN IYESTPORT. INDIANA Majors-Matheinatics and History , 5 Oakland City College. '22-24: University of Louisville. , NELLIE IVINTICRS INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA L , Mujorsglinglisli and French 4.1 Ik OTTO "BIG BOY" ALHRIG HT COLFAX. INDIANA 1 I Majors-History and Matlieinatics I-.1 1 , State Normal, Terre Haute, 2292233 Football: Basketball: Baseballg College 4 ',-e' I Bandg Dormitory Council Men's Hall: Zetagatlxeag "C" Association. . ,xl ill W1 RALPH "FISH" LIGHT INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Majors-History, Biology and Public Speaking ,Y Aj Zetagathea: Press Clubg Reflector Staff: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Basketballg I 'fill "C" Associationg Y. M. C. A. President. , 4 M7 ict H33 ll ' vii-al - , VU' 'F-., f-.. -fl-.-iflffffl- A fxfm Sift ff, 04: Y r aff , 15' 32' P..H.,-.,.,.q... -,-.4f'3'f,i. 511234 ' N, 3 fN1,n:,i C -M 4, -,,.ffi Page Eighty-three -. "+I LQL , , - . , - -,gn - V, K falw 1 'l...ff4'Q I .I I -74 TA -11-1,--rf--1:-34' T' -if 4 CTV 1 ' . Q f 'A 32 - :it A -'- RL, Hg .55-'11 -4 ,rf - , , .g3T:Y5f,s-,. fIi,.,..Y-:.aLi.4.. , fp Iwi :I . tl ' f l Q a.JL4j,g,fALl1s ri' Hxfia, I'Al 'l. "BALI lY" A HBO! IAST lbl-I1'A'I'l,'H, ILLINOIS Muju1'S-Biology and Clwluistry Illinois XVUSIPFZIII I'11iv4-1-sity. 'ililg Vollvgv Igillllll 'U1'cl1vst1':13 Glec Club lsillblllillll Assm-ialtiml. MARY "RHIC" IXVSIIUNG SYRA1'I'SI'I. INDIANA Majm--Maltllelllatics and I'Il't'lll'll Tllelzufullosia: Glw Fluh: Oralrle Staff. CARUL CUOPER COALMONT. INDIANA M il j or-Pi El no Glvv Club: Colle-ge Clmirg Orcllestral. FRANK NUBLE INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Majol-lQ'l1e1nist1-y Evansville Cullvge, '22-'24, ff" ' I qf:-1. F277 , ' , ,-. . ,. - V .4-JJ-l6'YL,"L',igfVv 'fy' ' , l..., I. .,,.,-,.':rrM:- IV - 'f W in r, S, ' 'jk 21 I 'V ,'5,,L'j?,.' 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I e, -.l LO I A1 1 QL! x xi ' ' , X r ,YQ MILDRED "MICKEY" IVASHBCRN l L MAR SHALL. ILLINOIS Major-'Home Economics 1 lf I A - f Philaletheaz Press Club: Booster Club. ,Q-I: Office Secretary. :Q ' ,T Q l Jil 'Al K K . ,. ELSIE N. EASTBCRN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Cl ., Ma jor-Music QR ofterbein College, '07, '09. fi H1 b ill f I f zjh uf,-75 'I '-Il , ' , lm l ,: F Lb , 125' V 1 If 1 S24 I f :Cx ,. .,- Cm. - - f ..-ifsf ' 'JN--if rang. I , ,, . , , 1,l,,fQL9l'. .Q Y., VS, ,xg iffifvZ'f"5.Q 2 ,Rig gegil ,ff if , g Yi, ,gl 'VL 'Tlir 215 V' Y 23' 771--353: f'iQg2i4Q3!SfJ.9 .QZQL XLLLJFEQ -,,. LL. 45233.-g,Si'Q,'-I.i1f'P ff, si ,fifll L ,Q - Page Eighlfy-five Tw Mujeurs-l'hilosopl1y , 1 4 , A HVSSICL "HI'S'l'l'Il," Sl'IT'l'Lli 'I'lGIiHl'I lIAl"l'IC. INDIANA 5IZljHI'S-I'Ilt'lllISll'y :md Mzltln-lllzltics 1'llI'1Ill1'. '21 1 l"mvIIn1ll. ZUNA UNA IIICLI, BRAZIL. INDIANA Mzlju1'flCl1glisl1 l,llIIilI1'Illl'ilI Y. AV. V. A. Vzllrilwf. YICYA lPI'Nl1A H 'l'AI,l,MAN. MIVIIIGAN Maljm-Wlillglisll Maxxum Vuuniy Nurmzll. '!l: 'I'lwau-zlllosial. OSVAR I". "I"Rl'IIbIDlIi" AIUIICNTHUIWF I,ICXINH'l'0N. ILLINOIS Mnjm-s-Ilistm-y :mel Vllysic-s IDIIIIOIIIIISPZII Ilnske-tlnlll: f,,I'2li'Il' Stuff: Y. M. I". A. IVIQIIPIIIPIQ "!"' Assnuiation 1 4 . . ' . , -"K Am:-, A , I l'II!ll' lfigllffj-xii' A ' LLL f f I I I MI , I f at , f nl- 'X X 4 . x I g, 'N J CHARIAfVI"I'I-I "4,'ARl,UT'1'.X" GILFILLAN 4 SIII-ILININ. ILLINUIS Bliljlbl'--EIIQIISII Theacallosia. 1 .ii , NI, ' ' IVILLIAM "BILL" NICIYIIVRG GILSHN. ILLINOIS L Mzljnl-s-F1-11111-I1 and Mntlxvlllzltivs Philomusea. LILIXI . I f'L.'XRICN1'Ii E. LICIVIITY INIPIANAPOLIS INDIANA S! Mnjul'--MaltllellmtiQs w Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Rcflem-tm' Staff: Plnilfnmlsea. .IESSIE MAE XYATSUN AIIAIR. ILLINOIS ff BIEIIOINAIEIIIIIISII and French LII Tllenvallosia. 149 1 I Elf! CQ? mf! . 1 ANI 1 II I V Jsifk N, L",-Ti! i'f75.4fTf1f f , , Jilin CIJQZIK Ee-+s2IQg-4 fd- izsfgpfff I II. .-I- I - 1 M 4 Page Eiyllfy-SCFC11 4" ill--jk .I ,. A X. V . .1 . - - ---- .1 :1fXf" l""'i If-rf ,bij v-F,,f.,f7'3f5-i':f'3i.gv1g 515' g"Q,",fv"- 2 i 5 l 3 -' ellis I 4g.12:u.f:Q' A .fi . .. 5. F ff 'Y"YA"- I , 352' .' Psi-4-. ILQFCTTW l . I :I f I . .- l 'X . l 1' I HLICNN IZ. "DAD" IPRAHHH MVNFIIC. INDIANA 3 Maljm-s-liiiglisll and I'lnysics Zn-I:1g:ltl11-al: II1'1lIIl2llIl' Cluln. .QV MARY MAHSIIALL INIPIANAPULIS, INDIANA km Mzljews-I-Ilnglisll. IAIIIII and History 'X I 1'llila1letlu-al 1 Hraufle Staff. W .Ji T jf RIVIIARIP "IbI1'K" IIARTISR ry! 1x1vI.xN-xPo1.Is. IN1.mLxN.x li' imjul--Lxihle Q l lx I , . "IlIl"K" LICN4 PRE GILLIA'l"I' XVASIIINGTON. INDIANA .V Mqljnl'-Iliulugy -' S' Tlieac-allosezlz Bzixkethzlllz Glee Club: Press Club. I SL' JOHN EIHVARD "JOHNNIE" SHARPE ' INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 1, y . Majm'S-Clieliiistry and Maltheillaties - MILFORD "BI.ACKIIC" RA RR I1 'K .Ai P lv lu INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA fi " iff Majur- Bible ' . President of Zetngutliea. '24: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Glee Clubg College Choir. I I , , N , 'f-. j -, ,iv ' A - . .1 . 1',:"An-ffzf-,,',,,A,,.,,-: a ,v.,..',.I.. 'b I I Q' . 4 4. Q .,gg,,- tp 2 is 2 I. I, 7' " Prlyv Highly-eight I I . 1 i 1 X , i ...A ig , -f -ffzf 'rf -""rf"f fxxigffzfifii i'5fv1:?'eQ1i--L7Af '22-9, T"rs'f+-7f1fw'TqF"f".T Cf? J: F tv ,X N ,lg I5 pw XV up ffi2xb,S,Lw.:a'A 'pup N if in xx X If X W f - .5-pwijigfijsygl, ff . 5?f1" 54' JAINFN it ii" 3iYtEyQ4!'W7?, - ' i l Gr-I':T3iif'f"' 'h"W'J' "T t, if-S.g1'JgTiQ2: , l ,, ' ,r4L2531l'Q9ifi 4 1 5, fat "fum 1 if fill 4 4 E L-l W ' 'Q K r 1 ix, lx X ' , ' J xxf ' . F "FJ - 'li , .k , , r , 1 fl '-,s..,':f5' ' 1 X ,. , 1 . ,. -936,4 . -,ae , I , v N ' ' E3 ,. H Q if ff . ,. 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VVatson Peanut butter Cuuunin' Jolly Weaver Shredded wheat Sorting letters "Black" ve, ,A Spieth Syrup Slalnnling freshmen Sheikish EU Bushong Chocolate gems Studying math Studious ' ,. Bright Kraut Standing in the hall Sportslnanlike V ,A Hoffman Peanut butter Having blind dates Friendly Q Ulsh Syrup Talking French Blustering 'fm Arlnentrout Beans Smiling at the ladies Shy ? "Q Q1 lg uv fx I 155: KW "fl SM-ph L, ':Qjfii,3qr, Qfiifftf r I T o ' P . as Qfiifi' Se :'?i1f3 "'13I fl Q A ZLL? it'ei iff5?f1'S'ff iffisi"fMffJi1 -17jY'4L?f'1'i,'eitj1Qf2f t3F3jfli4iQ3gplJfr2L . 1 4? P if1n'3Y3Qi,',gYg3gg -,9g'g.'Pff,fL,AV Page Eighty-nine W a . - f-v , ,Vg ,fb ' A 4 355f.1OWLK ',-. . . A , - , , ,, .h 90, ul P t v tl ll :QV 7' ' Y ' Q . K V' A T5 - v.-1 H m.. . ' '.. T 1' X fi' lv ' F c' :"l'17' ' fix: -Q fr- 1 9 v ffl' ' ' " ',.-5. . K, 5 - ' X 'cy V ' I I 2 3 if U .-1 ,. ' ., ' SR, " IL. , '. . '25 .. 1 Y 5558? "' QV I' Qi. . 5 , . , 5 '1 I if-.1 I S' - 'v'W'?'iii r ', 'V Q . 4 4-'tru ' ' I 9 1 . ,."'27-5 I 1 ' 9' ' - L 'C 1' - la hvtjtafr ', 33 I - ..-,5 .i ,git . ' ' .545 , . W , ' ,r-2 CY H r- . R, N., ,.a .. . gif: 2 -- fur .' '5?14'+ . .h ' '.-V4 A -11' I 1 1 XY- I -., I- 1 ,X-' i . A 1 ,H : f w ' 5 4 4 1? 1 N , in v-4' .r-H' , it' N . if 4 4' ' ' T , uf' ' 'F 9 .- .4, G1 . , 1 ' xx, ' i 4 x I . 5 gg . 'I . ' fa . .Egg N: E gg N 4 I5 H n y x ,g 21244 ..L.: ..... ,..,,, uf.: L' ' 'J , ...-L,lL..L. . . P11111 ,Xiuwljl - -, .A D 4 V , rx 'J 4 5- B v 1 iw. n 1, f' ' -' . 1 SOPHOMORES '51, ,-A,-iv' 5- 'N VV' 1 ' Y' ,i -xx-..---,ffxr 'r'11f"' 6, : 1 :Q r-I ' .' , H w '-' I' -:exp Q' 'ii tl ' Vi," HL? ,., , ' gAaga7r -ng' -,:,,-,.-.gl-4LJ A Y , VY , . , . - x, .- A 1"IRhT Hun'- l'Irnm:n Bluwlvr Hanvilnml, Imlaanlmln, Inrliunn. .luliu Sunlu, Philippine Islands. lil-1't1'nnlv .I-nllnwn, Rm-dwlnxrg, Wisvmuiln. Rodman Pruitt, l"wwtmv11. Inmlinnn, IAllll'2l Vol'-, Knkunm, Indinnau. Slcvoxx- Run'- Pldwin Blr'1'nnn-, Imwns. Kaunsns. Iivrnirw- Davis, YVn1'sa1n', Illdiilllil. Max lianln, Inrliunupnlis. Alh-lah Eusln, lfllklmrt, Indiunn, L1-ulin Long, IH-ru, Indiana. Tulnn Row- Edith Stahl, Inmliamznpolix. HQ-rswhell Adanns, YYiIkinsnn, Indiana. 'l'h1-lnm Pe-tty. Peru, Indiunu. Othnirl Cant. Dr-cker, Indinnu. Milrln-11 Rupzains, Hurdinsbnrgz Indiana. .b I 5 k?iw4 Y 'C i, 1 Page Ninffjl-I lro i Fmsfr Rowi Howard Horn, Tiosa, Indiana. Mildred Herzig, South Bend, Indiana. Everett Hoffman. Saybrook, Illinois. Lucille Karnes. Indianapolis. Vernon YVhite, Normal. Illinois. S1-:Coxo Row- Grflee Moyer. Laketon, Indiana. Lorin Rang, Linuolnville, Indiana. Anna Helen Mason. Paris, Illinois. Rox' Black, Hardinsliurg, Indiana. Mae McCov, Indianapolis. THIRD Row- Shubert Frye- Indianapolis. Vera Arbogast, Decatur. Illinois. Oscar Valentine, Claypool, Indiana Mabel Bennington, Lebanon, Indiana George Vance, Canton, Illinois. , V 1 y , .1 on gn- - V V Page Ninety-three Page Ninffy-four FIRST Huw- lilnlo-n lions, Rim-lnnnnd, lllillilllil. Xe-nn Martin, ROIIII' l'ily, Intlinnau. Mruynard Mylin, Marion, Inrliaum. llkllllflll Radvlmupzlx, Imnvillv, Illinni-. HI':l1'v Nlmkr-r, llillxlmrn, XVlwnnsil1. Sm-um' Ibm'- Gvwlexil-w.'v Ni:-huh, Gran-s Vrwk. In1li:un Ibnnulri Klingvr, Blmvnlingtun, Illinuix. Mary BI:arj:-rrimn, Malta, Montana. Glenn Vox: Ruluinmm, Illinois. Hstln-I' lqnvh, Ihnnvillv, Illinois, Tnlrcn Row'- Lvnn Tnrna-r, Indlzlnnpolis. Iisllu-r l.i+-In-zxnlwin, Vnsvnde, NViscnl1Sin f'Iurf-m-v Su-hull, Polo, Illinois. ,kilo-vn 1':n.v, I'lw-:nsunt Luke. Indiana. Ruswll Hiatt, I'm-tlnnd, Indiana. -7 A-,Y1i'k'f' 'gf' lg Ii XL-'Q 'fr Q75 . 'V X Y 1 . . l l w I el I l X l , fl I l f' X l -W .I -Rl: l 1 l l n .Vi xf ill R I 1 W , . 2 , ry, l , ls-Q L IN ,og I rl ln 1 C43 ,V,. law, , . lv' f Ri X ., FIRST Row- Vi, Paul France, Clay City, Indiana. A' Elizabeth Armstrong, Brewersville, Indiana. , ,xl Etiie Burkhart, South Bend, Indiana. ,-,ll Florence Stonehill. Grass Creek, Indiana. E- Helen VViltrout, YVarsaw, Indiana. .lm SECOND Row- l lol Roy Laswell, Indianapolis, Indiana. fx, Lois Cherry, YVashing1on, Indiana. 'ffl Mary Maby. Akron. Indiana. ' Olive Howe. Wvoodriver, Illinois. ,KU Floyd Knepp, Bremen, Indiana. lg I THIRD Row- vii 'mf Homer Herrin. Olney. Illinois. YT,gI'j' Edna Lower, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. mn- Mrs. Howard Scott. Ewing, Indiana. 1 'mix Ralph Curk. Dayton, Ohio. l Vf 1- - 'Qing ph .mn ffl l Qi will J, 1 ', s, tl ir '35 , iff' gZ?effxd I Kip aff ,fn ,fefff Q V mia, ,wwf ,nw , Liifiisizf I , I 1531? I . ff f ,-9731? .. gig-ff 3'-he -N-1"f6Y.l'f0?1fE.If?:,' ' ' W ' fjyffi ' 5123- -we ,--- f f:-Xg..gi'g4W-il L l 'ey ti- fifeiffn 'K if 1-G-f Af 'iiwrfx Pl. -,FL 452 l X . fi' fl' rf ff? -J f-,i -' 5 -V F if! T-Ziv 3 EZJEQS1' liflgiili-Q-LI1'fSlf .L lf.: Q .iT'f:,r,gi?55:g,:3QfQiQiQ Yriifftr ylug fi l Page Ninety-five ,- ffziligg f 1,2 , -'f.1,5ex 0 ., Y ,., - Y---ff-v 1 ,-'wi' it '. 51 122, . le-iff!-fr" ig ' :""'TCC!' ' Q, F, 1 V 1,11 I 7 fc-I 1 ,- , 133 V 5' ' gif , fo-gf' ,T-, 1 ' 'gisff-Ltlfslgii 11, " ' it 'fm V, E7 I QI V11 fx in J 4 1 vi " QL , L ' ' .V .o b Q V- Y Q, j 1 . ' -1 v 11. 1 Q I - l. . vi f . - 'ii I' " i V22 - .,1 g . v. -gt it, , Kg if gt-L, . .35 , . -f , W- , -. 44 5,-g ! - 'Q -' fx , jivifkfi - fl img ' -fi , IN ,XT 1 W l fl 5 1. NH' SIR ORACLE' BIBLE 5+ l , -ii CIIAPTLR I I i, . Now there dwelt in the school of Indiana Central College a class. ' . And the name of this class was called sophomore. W . And the number of this class did exceed any class that had gone before. . Now the faculty Sllllliltl on them and they waxed wise. kilt, . And among them were lllllIllJPl'E'1'l Othuiel Fatt, the high priest. illld May- I Il2lI'tI Mylin, the assistant priest. 211111 Paul lf'1'a11ce, keeper of the records 1 and treasury. And there were found H0116 equal to them i11 all the class. ni' . And i11 every good work they cried with a loud voice. "Nf'if'ntin ct Su- tim pir'nti11." "lf, . And lu-hold in the mouth of NOYGIIIIIPI' on the twenty-second day of the i " month. all the lllPllllP9l'S of the sophomore class 111et i11 the college gymna- IA sium. W . A1111 it came about that the fI'9SllIllQIl, who held jealousy i11 their hearts. :im did creep near the gym and wif-kedly turn ott' the electric lights. li . And lo! darkness desi-ended upon the poor sophs. And they lighted can- A dles. , .xi . And verily. verily I say unto you, tl1at the lll0I'l'llll0llf waxed greater and I - they did eat. saying "Nc-irrnlia ef SfI1liI'llfifI.N 'Pill . And the fame of the sophomores we11t out lllfil all the college and the ', college and the sophomores did abide in the fear of Sir Oracle at all times. - A lf'opyrighted, 1925. by Sir Uraelel VQ fxfff .X f I iff: -L. ffifi' , , . ..,fl7f'.1 "IV" 1 fi- 'VOL - . , 5 ,,:Lmf, 1 vm" -1 WL! f ., -C'..i,1' ff' '-c, ' . -1' -Y 1 ,i " 1 1 31.7 as . - .- L jk ,7..,.gsf?, ' nyc Ninety-xi.1' FRESHMEN y1',Yfn1'l!l-l'ir fill FIRST Row-- llonarml l':utton, XV:u'xnn', Inwlizlnn. In-no linilu-3, Monron-villl-, lndinmu, Vlprlf- lieu-M-, Lind:-n, In4li:un:n, Vlznrn- 1'l1l'ysle-V, l'nm-y, Illinoix, fll:lI'1'IH'Q' thltliriv, Hr.-n-nwoml, lmliannn lflllll l'.nul:1n'l. Nt. l"r:nm'isx'illu-. Illinois Svgvoxlv Row- Phyllis Vonrzul, XYhiIe- Ulonal. Inrliunai Yulnvy lirunxon, Xolrlm-will'-, Inulinnu. Mary llintt, l'ortl:incl, lmliunan. Inez Illigln-x, liluefnrnl, lllinoiy l":iyn-V1-of-km-, Hrookvillv, lmlizmu. l'litTor1l King, th-orge-town ln1li:m:l. 'l'n1Rl- Row-- Hrvilln- I'-nuke, llunvilln-, lllinoix NVilnm Orr, Dunkirk, Indizeml, i'liEor1l Smith, Ulm-3, lllinoix. Ilona Young, Stroll, lndinnzu. lirlnn Alllrriwlut, NV:mhingIon, lnflinnsn. lilaidys Milf-lie-ll. Dogg:-r, lnrliunzn. I1'm'R'1'n Row- Nom l4l'llIlll'lf, 'l'n-rrv lluntn-. lnaliunzl. l IR-liz: Moyer, Lake-ton. Inxliunn. Le-wis XYQ-sion, Uolnmlrin f'ilx, Indiana l":lyP Pilikstalff. l,1nx'l'n-iw:-villv. lllinois Annu hull-, Kuliolllo, Imliunn. F'r:u1u-Q-rs M:-f'l:un:n!h:nn, llznnvillv, Illinois FIRST Row- Hope Taylor, Monroe, XViscunsin. Faith Taylor, Monroe, Wlisconsin. XVesley Hiestand, Brook, Indiana, Vern Longenbaugh, Benton Harbor, Michigan. Marie Gouty, Danville, Illinois. Helen Good. Colfax, Indiana. SECOND Row- Lee Deck. Darlington. Indiana. Blanche May, Laconia, Indiana. Doris Etchison, Lebanon, Indiana. Sibyl Totten, New Albany, Indiana. Mildred Odum, Vllabash, Indiana. Roscoe Smith, Fulton, Indiana. THIRD Row- Ruth Beck, Rochester, Indiana. Margaret Haworth, Elkhart, Indiana. Hanley Barnes, Plainville, Indiana. Raymond Harvey, Indianapolis. Lucille Rider, IVesttield, Illinois. Freida Hagan, Fowler, Indiana. FOURTH Row- Francis Hotlell, Georgetown, Indiana. Marguerite Brockschmidt, Quincy, Illinois. Corrinne Snyder, Corgdon. Indiana. Esther Snvder, Corydon, Indiana. Pauline Sharpe, Indianapolis. Clyde Erwin, Springfield, Illinois. Page Ninety-nine Page Our Hu mired Fmvr Rnw- Faris Trumbull. I-'nrt IVa3nn:, Indiana. Maniiw Ray, Indianapolis. Vlarenn-0 Clarno, UranL:4'vill0. Illinois, Mary Rabanns, Frankfort. Indiana. Uliffnrri Stout, Iifnfzlvstfuwrl. Indiana. Imiiim- Gallivld. Silvflrxwmfl, Indiana. Si-gl uxn Row- Iidna Milla-r, IVl1itP:-town, Indiana. VValter Plwf-rt, Bloomington. Illinois. Iva Conn, f'4-nh-r Point. Indiana. Ernv-st Imwellen, Indianapolis. Ruth Pe-If-rson, Frankfurt, Indiana. .Ig-rv Gumllnan, Linton, Indiana. Tumi' Kuw- Kvpharl Nall, Portland, Indiana. AllY'lIllI'l!llll'I1' M1-Kinzir-, Noblesville, Ina Rnsf-ne Kirkman, Jr.. Indianapolis. I,u4'illv Huffman, Ilavtun. Ohio. H4-lon Lung, .Iasunville-, Indiana. liana Knm-ful Mvrrynian, Mnrengv. Indiana. Fm'a'rH Row- Marjnrif- Olwn, Aruvnta. Illinois. Ralph Line-, Indianapolis, Indisnn. Gladys Po-tty, Sumno-r, Illinnis. Lennard Benn, Remington, Indiana. Paul Bilby. Munciv, Indiana. Beulah Mae Shaw, Munvie, Indiana, FIRST RHW- I-lilda Gatwonfl, Albion, Indiana. Mae llyncli. Danvillq Illinois. Maurice Parsons, Indianapolis. Ora Peinlpurton. 'l'o-rrv Haute. Indiana. Etlnfl McCarty, XVlllk9l'I01'l, Indiana. Edin XVesner. Xcwlmerry. Indiana. S1-L4-oxif Run'- Lowell River, La Fontaine, Inclianal. Olive Roberts, Inclizinapolis. GPr:1ldi1i+? Parr, XV1lll2lSll. Indiana. Esther Pnrker. Ligonier. Indiana. Loloa Ge-rkin, Shoals, Indiana. Karl Parsons. Indianapolis. THIRD Row- Lncille YVnv. Shoals, Indiana. Genevieve XVilSlllJllI'll. Marshall, Illinois. Harrv Davidson. Corydon. Indiana. Chester Ellis. Bremen, Indiana. Fzunnx' Yarnor. Butler, Indiana. Ida Mae Tienken, Quincv. Illinois, FOVRTH Row- Charles Hanger, Marengo, Indiana. Gladys Bratc-her, Vlashington, Indiana. Elva Hardy, Indianapolis. Lore-ne Dnmph, Bremen, Indiana. Thelma Reckard, South YVhitle5', Indiana. Richard TVarren, Bloomer, Wiscolisin. Page One Hundred One 1 x f,,,- . ff'-Q. A of -4-fx,-'ul'-ff' fi ' N ' ' ,,.,,- J----Tri-, M W- ,- .. , f - f--, --fuv,-, .,-. 4 - ,X 'N V , - N V .V . 'T'?1f-'H'-' ,W , ., -,,,,, ,, M ,W 1, Q V, ,YV , V 1 f ftfff-Xklf -1, 'V -pl 'j-xx 311, 'xfgY,,3".,ff .Q .-, .LL .-"P .., , , -.,- -'w , Q , T1'x i,'g 'gr' , ' A lf' in . . H , , 'H vw X m ,xr 1 V V, I Ny" , . K t X ...U L ,X . U by N , f! . ' 1' W W ull, - I IN fs s l"11:s'1' R0w-- Xyrf Y XYilhur York. Plynmutln, Imliunu, 4 "4 Hell-n Phipps, Xvllllvlilllll. Iudizmzn. 1 Vlwsn-r Plummer, XVIKXIIIHIISVHIG, Imlinnu. I l'lau'u Pl'm'!ul'. PlilillNill1'. Iuflizmn. yjffi I'IYilllKl'lil10 hnllxmwn. Banu-svillv, lmlizmzu. ' f Pzml lilxler, Inrlialnnpulix. Imlianu, H ,X A w fl! ,YI Sm oxlf Row- j i Paul Kridvr, Ft. NV:ny11e-, lmlizmzn, wr' llilllfil Bullvil. Cfwyxlml, Indiamzl. Edna Vloum-r, llanrllngtun. Inrlialnu, L. 4 Imslm-1' XVhitIingtnn. Iirnzil, Indiama. 'WM v x f Y XXV 1' 'W , , , , K , A' j VLASS 0RGANIZ.X'I'TUB X X 1 1 '1 - ' ig! 4 . Ia. hutlu-w ....w ,.,, ,... P x 'vsldvllt W, K. W ,.. . 1 ,j Ilmvall-fl Patton .,., ...,A X we--I'1-1-s1flm1t , 'Q Glen Vox ,,,,.,, .. ,,,Tl'l'2lSIll'PI' LN! Y '23 Irena X uung ,.AA. A,,,Svc-1-Ptary M53 JM 1, V5 Nik rf 35 JW lbw Q ws' ,, . '1, , f" , lx , 'fd-if!! A Y Ll x fi W ' , . Fifzufll X ww.ms',', ' f A x . .'-ax 5,14 ' A- ,V ,AQ 1 v, A' -N 'i 5 1 'Q ,A 5 4 -1 X, T. A-1 Au ,jr-if It J ' Q ,,v.'L,:tL. 1,11 I, QQ, fu gg! lily!! .1 114'flu1'lllHlrl1'1'1fTINA C, e w ff! g-5, fr J . M, W -A ... ,-,- ,X-ew X - 'frs,ivv2'ff',:i - fi-'fn ,T 'ff 2 'Tr F vi E531-:ae 'Tc.f545i3i?.i-Tfiif X I f I '1 Lf-sy,lj'riff-L'-el t31-Ji:i,AQ, ffif 11. xi Ag-lviifi-Eiklxiif QA-,1'Ei5?qr.kiHqFu,,Ax , ,X ip Dwi! E.--YY fx ,A-A-,d Y,-,,. -.-W ,gm as gi' I W I, e L L ' l .5 fini 'A . yi , ,Ae Mya .1 . A , N, f' N., ' 21,1 I Q I A L: , e , . ff 3 , sg. to ,.f,'j7 'Iv 1 in 2 Xl I 1 l . l 'GJ A. AFM f 1 i . ,tl 'xlib A112 y' , f. I Lt ' , l is url Lvfqsl if N 3" CLASS OF '28 5 'rv E 'und 'fy . . Indianapolis. Ind.. October Il. 1924. We Ylj Mr. Guy Bushong, If Syracuse. Indiana. I J is A 2' 'A dei Dear Guy: L 1 f-1 v - . A . . . , X 'mp Xour old uncle. Sir UIYICIQ. has been aftllcted with rheumatism and hasnt 1, "gif been able to write as often as he would like. Besides, I have been terriby busy ijxldk because of these freshmen. They arrived safely September the ninth. but alas! ' 4 ity homesickness soon overcame them and their tears almost drowned ns. ire' VN A . . . iii? Ei-Q I did my best to entertain them, but you know freshmen are a great deal iglf more trouble than one would think. So after many sleepless nights, I decided wifi to suggest class organization to them. They were delightedg at last I had satis- ie fied their desires! C. Guthrie. one of the most troublesome, was elected P, Tl president, Howard Patton, vice-president. They "saved the day" by electing ig, LGU Glen Cox treasurer and Dena Young secretary. Henceforth these officers must, 593 assume most of the responsibility. My dear nephew, you cannot imagine how WS 'ggfi' much younger I feel with this burden otf my shoulders. Nfl wi . - . . . . Q Q Things were rather peaceful for a while after the election until the fresh- 1 ui L 5 men and sophomores became eager for excitement. Then I planned a tug-of Q' war for them, after which the hatchet was to be buried. And. by George. the Veg L . - ' 5 5' f1'f?SlllQS won and pulled the sophs clear across Lick Creek. PH vfffr . . ' ' . In desperation the sophs asked for a football game in order to best these 1,1144 youngster-and sure enough they did. . of I , . . W1 ly V ell, Guy, I hear some racket out at Men's Hall. I suppose another treshie W is getting a cold shower. 53 t' ' ' IJ' y p Give my best regards to your parents. if 'I Your loving uncle, wif bl SIR ORACLE. 1532, lt wr ff 1 f . ew 1 . ,as-fee lz ykffiilifl sv gferg sis -Ensieg . elibgze Xlkxslh n, mfrtlwggecss-f.'g sa,ff,,.Q. ff Page Our' Huurlrcrl 7'I1rf'0 6 ww HMV L5 . . ...ii. . -JY., 5, .-L-fvfr ' ' W. "N Y 5- . fp I ' 'QAM , 1 . 4'7.f'Lf' -- , , 4, ': A ga' qw., l,,'B!. - - K 1 L-Q 5 15 - Q1 .,, ,N K , 1 1 '- 'L'.:'6fi" -Mfg ,-Z i n . 1 .I ,1L:vg'i.:Ag,L I , s v 4 - 1 ,,. '-. '1 K E33 ' 5: H' A A ' I1 - 1 . f '4 stu. ' 4 1, 2 "Q E P' L ',"f,-' JL. , 53, ,.- 'V 1'-T: A 'W 4"i1f':i1'ff1f' -' ,-an :17M,'7','-X J. ,,.. ,i .: 114' 'fill' Illlll1lI'I'Ill"1IHl' .. , K eg, Q QP sI "" 1" ,- .- ff. Q' B-I 5-.i ...Y , PREPS Page One Hundred Fzne , -ixf"V'l.Lr-7: .f , Aw,..,K , 1 rg ACADE Y SENIO RS U P l , 4 l Ti , Q If lf' hill - - Semor Class H1StOYy lfgll ll f' t.Xs Related to Sir tbraelel I'resident-Lorin Stine. f Yiee'l'resident-'Irene Allen. l tl Seeretary-Treasurer-lVinifred Stahl. Ulass Uolors-Sky hlue and old rose. 5 Nl Class Flower-Rose. Class Motto-"Sail on. and on, and on." if rilj The elass of '25 ean he trac-ed as far hack as 19:21. On a heautiful September 1 ii morn nine eourageous pioneers, hearing no eoneealed weapons. exeept gum, ji: hraved their way through a hostile erowd of seniors and eollege students t0 1 the registrar's oftiee. Two weeks later two more people joined the ranks of this ml-1 nohle elass. It was organized in a, few days and this eoinpaet 01'gI2ll1lZ11flO11 was joined hy others before the year elosed. , 'K' ln 1922 the class of '23 began to take detinite forni again. Nine nienlhers Jgfl of the previous year with tive new o11es Inatrieulated. For the tirst time since X- LJ entering the Aeadelny ot' Indiana Fentral this group eontrihuted to the enter- ,flip lilllllllttlll' and instruetion of the seniors. Mm ln the fall of the next year only six of this group returned, hut six others. f equally as worthy, joined the elass of '25, which was to he the greatest elass will ever graduated from Tndiana Ventral Aeadelny. Tn May the elass paid hoin- CT! age to the seniors of '24 in the form of a banquet. On SPI'lll'llllN'l' 10. 1924. only four assenihled to make the last fight. At the heginningg of the seeond semester a lnelnher of the junior elass joined the 'El graduating 1-lass. 445.14 4 lily 1 f f""s . " " it ' --V -'arse ' V 1 , q'U.,' 'wgnl ...A 1- -- .- el- R -..Q.ffof,. A-5,371 "U :gf-.,fnL, ,.,, M ,, ,.,,.-,-,o1mfQ: ,ffl .f f l'rlyfr' Um' llllnrlrml Sim N ,TJ wg, .L L x W. ,. X Q 3 ? .Li L A X ,ie , , V W '4'3'l: 'xc fxoflfv 5 l tl-if .ll Na Img ljiisi 'm it lm! midi WI il will if A as igfxil The Academy The youthful group which occupies the central section in the balcony of Kephart Hall at the Chapel roll-call belongs to the Wt Academy. Pu Earl in the history of the college, the Academy was organized t Y y it and its roll outnumbered that of the college. Now, the college ex- ceeds the Academy enrollment four to one, showing the mar- velous growth of Indiana Qentral. . ' I The Academy holds an important place in its relation to the college and its constituency. First, as an opportunity for the United Brethren boy or girl coming from homes inaccessible to a certified high school. Second, as a preparatory school for young men and women whose education has been delayed. gi Students who have graduated. from the Academy have made efiicient college men and women in studies and campus activities. Ml The Academy is organized and meets at intervals for programs iii consisting of readings, music, debates and other tests of talent. This year has been characterized by forward strides. The boy's Vu basketball team has won seven out of nine games. The girl's team has also done efficient work. The Academy is not lacking in spirit and loyalty to the college and we hope to fill the ranks of Indiana Central when vacancies gil have been made by graduatiom95.,,EM7 1 3- rr 4 my H,3l?,"JT-l 3 Page One Hllllfll'6llSCUGl1f rf 'W' GARFIELD PARK Nl'l'IXI'I IX Sl XKICY H,XIilDI4IXS 'l'lIIi lflrl N'l'.XlX .XT NIGHT lwlqr' Um- Ilrlmlrr-rl Ifiyhl ORGANIZATIONS and DEPARTMENTS C D ' 0 v ., -1 I .h .Q5, bl' Q '. '1 . .: .k..u.,'.r-fi 'U W 'I v Q i .4 JI, at 'tiff if',i'! i lcec. tt t .s" .w, ,xl l l ,ax tv' M 5 A - 4 'Dx X-.i hx v' ,Ng L-7 STUDENT PAST O RS ,V H N Y X l A all ff QQ . gui Left to Right-Lewellen, Stadler, Smith, Emmert. Davis, Stanley, Plummer, Dr. Long, Chalfant, Barrick, L15sEvin.g.ontgomery, Leslie Roberts, Homer Roberts, Shookman, Willianis, Laswell, Eckerly, Leader, l . . .fag Indiana Central has always been noted for its large number of fgwp, student pastors. The call to the ministry has drawn a number of lk? men and Women to seek further preparation in our halls for their chosen Work. , Many of these students have made their Way through college ,--ll by helping or preaching in various parishes over the Week ends. ,,e The pecuniary gain of these Sunday visits is perhaps not the f greatest benefit that comes to the student pastor. For here is an ,gl unlimited opportunity for service and for putting training into if practice. Especially do those derive a most pleasant reward who are PQ happy possessors of healthy, normal and keen appetites las Paul lm Chalfant, Alfred Emmert and Roy Davis havel. This is decid- tffffi edly true when the student is so fortunate as to have a country parish Where chickens are plentiful. "Thirdly and lastly," the student pastors have certainly been a gligeaat help in keipingl the spgitual atmosphere of our school as fill! W o esome as it as a Ways en. lic? illlsg c , l ,L Q. QEffrilgjlijfggiQQ ,QI Q Page One H zmdv-ed N ine , REE :- fx ,r - Iii. V ,fr ff"Le'i'f . f ' fir- Maryl- I I F f I Lllgzl -.-gf--,A,4Q31llaQsvf1LU1 . .if JV 'J T. A K ,P EJ.: , ,I QL Y. W. C. A. CABINET , 1 Top Row-Ruth limlw, lll'k-'hlll9llll Mm- Blctfuy, x'i4'---lriwsifluixtg Yiolvtlv Miller, sw'1'eI:u1'x'1 hvl'l'il llllllllllllll, ll't'1lSlll'E1'Q Ulm-nv tlilliutt. Bottom Row-Glurlys Mitvllell, fzwully :nclvise-l': Zum: livll, ill-votionul clizuirnmni Mzilwcl lienninglou, world fe-llowship' Ne-stu Bnmebrailw, sm-izll service' Inn-otliy YQ-lzmilvr, social cliaiiriliam. "And you are my little sister? I am sorry there was a mistake about the time of your arrival, for I wished to meet you. You look just like that snapshot which you sent me last week." And thus the "Y" begins to function on the campus even before the enrollment. Four weeks later Betty said to her big sister, "Now I am truly a Y. W. girl. After that beautiful candlelight service, in which we new members lighted our tapers at the large one, encircled by the cabinet girl-oh, it was lovely beyond words!" The time passed rapidly, as only time can do. The month for election of officers had been ushered in. As the installation services progressed, the retiring cabinet looked in the mirror and saw changed lives, stronger, more forceful characters and-oh, so many blunders and failures. But they must say with Brown- ing, "Not failure, but low aim is crime." "Coming!" "Look out!" i'May will soon be here and so will-? '?" "What will be here, what is coming?" "Just wait, freshie, you will be wiser." Gasps of wonder, pleasure and astonishment arose from every one as they stepped into fairyland for the May Morning break- fast. Then that freshman knew of what the upper students spoke. -,. , -1-' ..-, ' .Af -'Ti rv , iv., f . rw- V'.B.4kkg,i , 1013! f yfh. . V ,Y -. ,.--. . 1 ,V ' ' ' X . A Yi' W - 1 V vm fr V . -,- ' FK 'XI ,l If I .T K . Vx " ,ljrhk X l - , ' " V ,' Q f . ,HQ A .- A., . Y- . - 3' 1-3.1211-X HIJV: . -. - 4. Q1 yy, , l'uy4' Hur' llumlrrrl Tru Y. M. C. A. CABI ET l ' l vi ' First Row-Harry Good, president: Leon Yass, vice-president: Jasper Stadler, secretary: George Vance, pianistg Professor Eaton. faculty adviser. Second Row-Im Bright, treasurer: Paul Chalfant, pianist: Robert Parsons, extension work, Milford Bare rick, devotional chairman: Carroll Butler, advertising chairman. Third Row-Ralph Light, employment bureau: Miles Leach, Hi-Y work: Ellis Scholl, Bible study: Eddie Pence, membership chairman, Freddie Armentrout, social chairman. There is 110 otl1er organization on the campus that has done more in main- taining the high ideals of Indiana Central than tl1e Y. M. C. A. The threefold purpose of the "Y" is the development of the mind. body and spirit. The men of the institution need not be urged to attend "Y" meetings each Ulednesday evening when such talented and entertaining speakers as Dr. Frederick Taylor, the Rev. Mr. Noll and others of equal note are on the pro- gram. General participation in discussion meetings is a feature of "Y," and great benefit is always derived from these meetings. To be HY" president is one of the greatest honors that can be bestowed upon a young man of the institution. S.. 174' .L .- , Page 0II6'HllJ1dl'f'd Eleven STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Luft to Right-l.111'111 Rapp, l.11111si- Hutitield. Ira Bright, th-111-vii-ve Xiclinls, Vera Dl1llIJlll', Rosce Smith, Vern Lo11ge11l1:111gl1, YViln1z1 Orr, 'l'1'e:1sie llzirdy, .hllllil Helen M:1su11. Each Thursday evening of the school year finds a little group gathered in the Association room for prayer and study of mis- sionary topics and problems. The Student Volunteer Band is composed of fourteen young men and Women who have definitely consecrated their lives to the Work of spreading the Gospel among our brothers and sisters in foreign lands. The group is definitely allied with the State and National Volunteer Movement and the visiting secretaries always prove most helpful. The plan of Work for this year has been a study of various mis- sion books and Bible characters. N o one can say that the Student Volunteers are the "long-faced type with folded hands." They are numbered among the busy, sunny class on our campus. They believe in living well now, that they may be thoroughly equipped for later years. They are lay- ing a firm foundation by doing the small tasks well. Sir Oracle is proud of the Student Volunteers. :':X..A isxl l :lf-12 . Page 0n6'Hu11drrd Twelve I I.. ,Ve 55 'f Q 'ff 3 ,. mg..--,L . - - Y Y., J- .,--,-,. -Y ,-4---iff-li" 't-T5 5 . f fr? 'Xxx-fi' iTi'ff' Af "' 2-' 'T' t f -' 1. e-.,:Qr1y,f"' . il A . . we IV Q -L 1 - , I fe . ',!rQ:'5C-Q ,L 41' ,, ' 55,241 Q, ug' , H Q 5 "5 f 1 .1 'X -.' gg. 1 'TTS ',,,g1T:-5 ' ,Q if A--fttfg -rf" " tr" f I I I V . 1 .. 9 -V J : -'-"l',.y- A ,M A V1 ' 1 f f. ' f I' -il, J X .. n.gQij','lg.lf'ff:f'Q , I . I . rag,--9 9. 1 .M , 'f I .N "Ll viwl , ,ia ll .gs J J f 2-'ff' QQ 1 will l J' I ,fy "7 l Vi L, I Y 4 - H . l .Qi H QU VWMJ I-T 11. .X ,Q uv fl ...A X 1 lil f ,gl tit .1 . .LJ A 1 i X flllfx M Il fi iw fl 71 . t v .,.,1 v w ' I ' Jw The Literary Societies Should a visitor at Indiana Central chance to stroll through the administration building or basement of Men's Hall some Mon- day evening about 7:00 p. m., he might be puzzled by strange sounds, resembling an approaching storm or a distant battle. Moving nearer the source of the disturbances, he might recog- nize human voices in heated discussion, fiery speeches being made, voices clamoring for recognition, and above the tumult a stern voice, accompanied by a vigorous tapping of a gavel, endeavoring to maintain order. What could all this mean? Evidently some weighty question is being discussed by some august assembly. Could it be the Faculty in session? No, it is merely one of the four literary societies in its regular weekly session. Nowhere except in such an organization can the benefits of debate, decorum and parlimentary drill be received, or latent lit- erary talent and extemporaneous speaking be developed. Each society has high standards and ideals that soon become a part of the lives of its members. The value of the training in these societies cannot be denied. Our debating teams, orators, all receive preliminary training in such organizations. The student who has spent two, three or four years in a literary society can be picked out in the various professions, especially teaching, by his superiority in managing and conducting affairs of business, his ability to discuss intelli- gently and accurately any subject that might be assigned to him extemporaneously, and by his self-possession and poise before the public. Surely it is worth while to join one of the four so- cieties at I. C. C. Philomusea, the oldest society on the campus, is proud of the fact that our beloved President, I. J. Good, is a charter member. It was organized in 1906, with eleven members. At present the membership is thirty-four. Philomusea is soon planning to move into its morespacious and comfortable quarters in Men's Hall. Philalethea, the oldest girls' society, was organized in 1906, with a membership of thirteen. As the sister society of Philo- musea, she has kept pace with the rapid strides made by it and is now a vital force in campus affairs. Her present membership is thirty-two. Zetagathea and Theocallosia, the two new societies organized last year, are growing by leaps and bounds and soon bid fair to become dangerous rivals to the two older societies in importance. Zetagathea has a membership of thirty. Last spring they iitted up their new room in the basement of Men's Hall. Theacallosia boasts the largest membership of any of the so- cieties. The girls in this organization are all hustlers and are making a name for themselves. . -J fii ix' T, X7-j Y .717 - 1 Eifji? V , H, , ngifiil ?' I iiflifi- I F .f ' 'v'?'mr', . . ' 1- ? .-f??1TL.'T 'lffk . fi' .-.Q "lu"-'civi ' l ' - .65 4.1 f l Ji' i." - ' L' 'fi if n I.: 'f I ..- waz..-5 gf- .. - I if-V fs H Q f ff, 4 f egfgiff 5. -Hi Jiipf..- ig ie. I-. -:- -A if - ' J' ,iff 441,43 Y, .. L- -Lee , fl. Page One Hundred Thirteen PHILO MUSEA l-.Y Puff'-HnrlllnlflrwlI"ml1'If'1'n lflkwl' IU vw -f 1' IC. lnulllx 1' H 'l'u1l1-x,I-. I.. I'1-L1-rlx .X, I, Hula:-:lx V, XY, I. ulvl Nm .mil R1 l', XY Hu 'Vullm Huw M. lu. In-:uv-ll, lu, J. Nlnull, I' 16. Sl1ivf-IA. II11 R H llllm. IJ Ib Nilxnxnamy .IA 4' Ntzull--1: R. 'l'. l'Jll'h I lrXlN'I1lu-url -, . 5" LY F we .gag PHILQMUSEA 41217 Y 1 : .T 's X .f 5 ti i. , , Ae A I . , h . . FY, 5 'f in 5 . ' . . T L Q" 1 ' .S LW Q ,JW , X L. K . f X 33 ' x .' ' 'l . K' V . 'U , a+ -xtfy' ' A . N :xi xxx 'W J Y." ,Q gy. ' If - X 1 Tx f'.'g x ' l X 1 fi , J If 1 M 1. 751' f, . .xy X 1 Y ,F My 5 fff urs -UM Q w, . :,f .M w A lv 1 I. RJ .1 Q E153 Y' . i fwl R . Hulk!! If 1 H." FIRM- Ruw- -.X X , 5. N W. H. msn. C. D. Smith. C. H. Ellis. 5 M- I 3 G. E, ShOOk1111lll, C. Y. Ervin 'pl T79 I W M4 Vg 'V' V , DJ iqtxi W! SECOND Row- "1 ' K .Ht-7 H, T, Horn, O. F. A1'ment1'uut. P. M. Bilby, ,' 1 IM. H. T. spam. C. R. swur. X , Xi 1.1. v Q FE! PQ ' , 'QW E.-3 THIRD Row- , W. .fx Nl 5 fffjhi? L. YV. Turner, L. H. VVest0n. J. YV. Newbe-rg, C. E. Guthrie. K. A. Parsons. I an if . Y 3 -QT fm - W sw! f7"7'vL,l ll: flfxpfi f,1I.J' 'Jw W F f fx J. .U - M593 .V xl., lx Q f ""9?3BF uvlli !"5 . Q A Q I-XM, 1,4 ix niiwm . f . fhfwf' fav 1. W k ff-xc Y . - .A THQ' -'B S y N 1 Q ' fmwif -.YQ Milf V ve'?2a RWE-'6' 3. x-,z'g?1?w N w -T,22rzff :5f?fs s4i1f 1 f1v1:W1lH.e:5fEiiff :Q Lf5Eu1mLgig!Q4Xfb xiii? :.2fi? .,gJ Page OMC Hunllrr'1I Fiffcrn V 1 OQROE9 , ' iffy- A. , . ff' -' PHIL LETHE 5 , W - I I-'llcvl' Rvw- .Xlivv NYe:1vr'1', H4-In-vu '1':1pIul'. .hum Ho-In-n Mason, Ruth Hmm:-. I.lllll'1l Cole, SEQUX In KUW- llnry Illlllhillll, l"lm'wxx1'9 lb-Iph, Zonal Bell, ,lu Albin, Yiulvllv Mills-r. 'I'HHul Huw- Hlzmrhrf I'0nrml. Yu-rn Arlmgzuxt, l"r:un1?Qs M1'Cl:u1utl1:1n, Tr:-asia: II1ll'1lj', Mau- MvC1,-y. if -4 K1 . Qi Z X , A W . Q ' 1 ff, l'rlyr- Um' llunrlrrrl Sf-l'f1'l'Il V ! .fig f i - . , ,ff-Q14 if-ff A J' W bf 'Gag T? ia F? iii?-f,?',1: !5QT,XiRLA,:,J,?T J T, My 4 -Z, ,YV ,L ,L U g,.7.if fluff! Qi T, Y ., ,Y-1 I fe-,-1 V yr M 4- ' Y V ' 11, - "xt 'Lf' ' ' ' ' , 'J 'git 11111, 'x,..,,,Z, . - - 1' f - MLW- n -H ii' H . A l ' ,V ' ,Q ,rig f ,W f ,JL - :QQ QM, , P , 1 h -vrf 4 h 5 T EA PHILALE H ,V f rj if V1 AA f W , in VY W ,,.Z, ,,,,AA4R,,,,,,,,1 4 - f-xl ' 'M' ' P -A I , X Y - 4' , N 3 l ' . T I '- fi' - fn A n n , :I ' ' fm? h v V5 1 QTY h n h K-N Y E 5 , 1 RQ!! ' xx. X ' X ,, J 1 ,xx N Y . V x ' , ' I ' X 0 , , 4 4, N 'I Y S 7 , ', WU , A h 1 ' ,fl 4 'Nik - ,K ' I X Q" 1 I, l V Vi ' 1. ,fl N n L J! '3 . 1 ,- 4' ,I 1 url .qv X H A 3 r QQ K h nn h 5 E X v-Y - hf ---- f - f--- f-- -ff -V f . - V H --,YY4f -,iQ H ,rn 1 19 hh ,nj 4 y QQ FIRST Row- vii 1 :fp Mawguerite Brocksnxidt, Mary Marshall, Ruth England, 'X 'Xl Nesta Bonebrnke, Ida Mae Tienken. 5 . , X :N 'T ' V ,,. UEJ , , ' , 1 5,41 Sscoxn Row- Qld 3 X J I .. . . . . . - 1 Annamaude BICIxlDZl9, DIBTJOFIE Olson. Maury BIi'll'J91'I'lSOD,. MQW Dena Young. Inez Hughey. L W - A N N f-'K' lg I 6" '9' " T1-II RO '- - ,Q RD wx M Mae Lynch. Olive Roberts. Esther Lynch. -A 'lf I ' rt Y 3 I , NPA Q1 if 1 fi fl lj ff f wg V L M f, I ' EXE! .J 'DX f 1 spin -Q 4 F lkifwx A ygiyi Q- , ifgafeiay. Nf'jl"f3Hf7-T'7N" ' S,Q??Zl!f',TK5'V iq" wzfg 'gi' fi 'j-?'?Y'El' 'Til P51 ' 1525 351151 J h. hlliff L..'x:. Page One Hundred Seventeen qv' Uni' lllll T HEACALLOSIA X: 5 1 IQIIIVI' Hun if Hyun- Mfg.-I. llu-Ima ln-IV. XII.-vu tum- linwf- Shake-1' lfrlnn Xllrrluht, 514 uxlu RnXY'ff I-pull: I:ulm' Xuan Marlin, Xvvzn Ilunl+:1l'. l'x'lf-fl.: Iluuun. .Kuna Ilnlv. Iullm Iwu A Vlxfwlwlln Xrlnxtrun-' Up-lI1Glll1'nII I"l'xe-1l'n Il'x"'m .lvlxslv Mm- XK:1twm4 I,ur-lllv lxnrn--y I-1.4 mfs: Hmv- - liclllll Stahl. llwln- 'l':l5l:u3 1'lml'lwIt:- tiilhillzm, 3l:n'L::nrf'l Ilnu'-nrthl H4-uluh Ii.nI1-luulluh. :lla r rl fllflflfl 1 ll Egfr -'eb' THEACALLOSIA L , 'K"' x. veg e I 9x N ghd, ,id , fic, 1, l ,lx .. l FIRST Row- Bernicv? Davis. Gladys Brzmfher. Mabel Bennington. Esther Parker, Dick Gillinft. SUCOXD Row- ljsther Lielweustein. Doris Etcllisun, Flu1'em'e Stonehill, BIZIITEHEI Cornetet. Helen lVilu'out. l'H IRD Row- llurv Bwsllong, Fannie Dunlmr. Olive Howe Vera 1-Irulfluzur Domtl1y Yelander. FUVRTI1 Row- Maxry Mnby. Gertrude Inllnsmz, Olene Gilliutt. Mildred Rngnins. Page 01:0 IllmrlrwflNiuf'f1'r'11 K., -1, 1-1 ,q A A 115- IQQQ' ZETAGATHEA Viv' , Fllcsr Row- Suhuhert Fryo, Clawence Schull, Hum:-r Rulwrts, Loyd SiIL'klllil'U, Manx liuntu. S1-nguxn Row- lilwnn Inugmu. Edwin MvCunP, Everett Huffman, Mzlyuaxrd Mvlin, Lynn Arbugast. Tnllm Ruw-- Furl Mondenhznll, Lnrin Stone, Im Bright, Ruluh Light. ,, - s f f , 1 , . ,-. ,f -47, ,Nl P ,' -L- J' f '::77f ,Jw ,, , " I " ' ' A' 'K"'."'f 'JJ' 5 'kffvf-T f':V'7- xr:--75-' if 'rf' '-'?'4'iq'5'k'ggQL,?fx'4 ,- ,L -31 -VV- yd. 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Paul Arhognst, Otto Albright, Marion Smitll, Milford Bnrxiick. 1 H 1 4 F' . I-filoi THIRD Row- f Aoi 'iw' Roscoe Kirkmau, Boyd Todd, Knoeful Merryman. K-,fl NYM! 7 nh' L, Vx mf 05, 'SY 5? , f5Zf22f?3:7- - Qgkqjfyr aff,-vi, , fr Iii A HZZIFUTQ fx -vi., i 2 4 "A T. o, ,KVM ,P Hhlbumfg In 1 P' r :pf rj fr. 'W 1,4 '-V.-.f f-f 'Pj'-J 'E 'f. Q' , 'A '- 7' Qijf f ' ilfrf V V- - A Y. :" "lf T-?,'7,i.k S ff' was gs: ESX. .251 ,.. Laiin-ffi3P.4-f9m.oQiz.aflQ:9? Page One Hundred Tu-only-one ,"' . 5-5 ,QT .ls I 'ti I, X, ,I 1 g 1 ,gg 1:gf7T ' 21443 PP' ' iiijmi? 355. h g ,, ML ,Q gi, . Q I I fgrifgjwgsigs,,,+1.3,11,51vE?p,QaN..ps M U SIC D EPARTMENT 5,55 ill, mm ' l , 5 Reminiscences of T the Chapel gh Piano ivf krlsl ill was , Epi :mr..1fi:,',tYfi:.f:,:2:::1T:::' ,il I was greatly amazed when Sir Oracle asked me to tell you about the music of the school for the past year. Why should he fs ask me, just a poor old Baldwin grand piano, to write about the ini' things in which Mrs. Dorsett is most interested and of which she is most competent to speak? It still remains a puzzle, but I'll try ,Nl to relate some of my experiences. You see, I'm on the stage all 3 the time. so I have a pretty good chance to observe. , Perhaps you don't know Mrs. Dorsett. She certainly is remark- ,Syl able, and you don't know what you're missing. Truly, life is worth , 2' living when she is near. Many are the times she has played, joy- P , fully or sadly, or dreamed, with me her sole companion. And oh! ffl the ecstasy of those hours, when she has poured out her soul in Iggy glorious song! If all one's moments were like those! But one lift has so many prosaic, everyday experiences to endure. Madame, as her students call her, has had such varied experience in her Nl teaching at DePauw and Northwestern, and has developed such an extraordinary and striking personality that it is small wonder fill her students all love her, even as I do. Last year she organized I-'I the Choir and the two Glee Clubs, and they've grown so I hardly Qgxj know them. But let me tell you all I do know, since I'm privi- ki-if leged to attend all their rehearsals and most of their programs, bill my information isn't to be lightly scorned. ffkvntinm-ll un Next Pug:-J ,IJQ-4.x -fs ,- f:-"- " fvsar rv 3 Y. q U, 1 ls,-Pfmx' V A 1245, Q-7 .sf ,rj " f 'A-1' -""' " K X 'JU -111,11 I 4' ,. ' f, -K -1 ,fi ' - 5'-f-.N ,Q-'.' : ,A , '. '.' ' J. bg, wk , 'L ' 7, r 1 ,fr ,lst -,gl P -. 1- . -. sv -4,,5Z'fsgi, ,I iz, .f.s:'.-Hrigtz,512-If--.59'a.rQ.,.s5,fx.i-mfl' 'L I 111' Um- llunflrrfl I ' I 1-I rn Te. Y., X fi 1 W . f , .. : -- 5-ig 2 fiflgxiw 1 J f-7 -:X -TfA5,..f t f 'N 'm ff' E IT, 'E 1 I .?.1f'l4i4'Qij-,,ffl-, LAC, ' . l I 7-3 I 'R ', Q1 1 l x -1ljf,3,lV A glut , J -M, .. . l l J. 1 "M -L ,. 1. 'f ' x l fps . .H I 1 .I C .:.. rf, COLLEGE CHOI R ' 1 all ', Fill Pl, .MN f kd - .S Slxllicliligflll-sley' Iliestancl, I'lrt'lNVill'Cl Horn. I-lomer Rolmrts, Paul Cliall'u11t. lion lilinger. Robert Pzlrsons. l f Milford Bill'l1ll'k. Clarence Gutlirie, Lynn A1'lmg,r.nst, pianist. r ,fi Smrautefzlzqvugiiriel Zena llilldlll, Ailw-n Cause. Y:-ra Aa-Ilogzlst. All-Jtnll l-lush, Glaldys S3151 e A. . .1 . , . . pl The choir is my favorite, I think. I do hope this won't offend the glee clubs and the orchestra, but I feel so much more chummy li'-I with the choir. There are Just nineteen, counting me, and we're .ful all so close to each other. The members were all selected for their ability to sing-1t's no wonder I'm so particularly thrilled and N'-' - ' .' . X., eager to do my best on Thursday afternoons. This year the gn ls made gowns with Miss Coy's assistance. I surely do feel proud 52,5 when I see them all.looking so dignified and impressive. They Lal sing sacred music pr1mar1ly. Even I am at my best when I hear Ki them singing the grand "Hallelujah Chorus" or "The Seven Last im Words of Christ." They gave a Christmas program at the Smith fi, Valley U. B. Church. I heard all about lt the next day at re- Cglg hearsal. They must have had an exciting time! It rained, they aj. lost their way, they were nervous because it was the1r first ex- lg perience in their gowns 5. a baby crled during the impressive pause Q before the last Hallelujah, and one member, especially, enjoyed fried oysters and oyster stew. The others enJoyed one or the other. But they seemed to have excelled themselves 1n the con- l I, cert. They've given several Chapel programs durlng the year, too. Q1 I I can't spend too much time on the choir, so I'd better start on ml glee clubs. The fellows rehearse on Tuesday, and the girls on jf Wednesday. During football season, I was awakened every Tues- his day morning at six o'clock by the fellows practicing. I was sleepy, V39 tContinuecl on Next Pagel Em Page One Hunrlrcd Twcnfgl-flu'eC MEN'S CLEE CLUB i I s I l I l-'irstHIIi:'y:.ilCl xlvl- ful Mt -1'1' yi 11g111, Cl: ullm le 'l' lnl' lvy, lfuris Tri 1111 l-ull. XV:-slr-3' Ili:-sl: lllf 1, Paul Cllallfuut, Homel' S '-+'4lzl fl Rowell :'v11 lilinazf-r. lmolin I, fvll :. lislwin M1-l'unc, Karl P:u'sonS, Harry Davidson, llnrry Good, Ly llll 'I' l11'1lm-x', Lee IMI--k, R: llzxmnnx ll 1111 I, Paul l"1'a1114'c. Tllirll Row-,lnsl-1-r Nmill 1-1', Il-vw: n1'1 l H lf1'11, I 1':l Iii-ight, Ly xxxu Arluognst fpiunistl, Paul Arbogzist, Eddie , Pe l11'1-, liol f:,'1' II':l!'m1lls, so I know they must have been. They practiced in earnest, too, L because they were practicing for their tour. It's the first time I , since I've been here that Indiana Central has done anything like i ' that. I think it must have been good advertising, though, for ' every night now at rehearsal, the fellows compare notes as to the ' number of girls from whom they have received letters during the last week. The fellows went in a big white bus, with Mrs. Dorsett ji and Helen Phipps, the solo violinist. They gave fourteen pro- ? grams in the high schools and churches of northern Indiana. They had receptions, and "big feeds," as Don Klinger says, in all the , towns. After they came back they appeared in Chapel-all blue- shirted. The assistant business manager "read the minutes of the . sessions," and then the students were favored with a few numbers. . They were so peppy and enthusiastic in their singing. The quar- tette "pulled off some pretty good crevices," as "Arbie" says. I 6 You see, I'm getting to know the students pretty well.j "Tubby" l Horn looks rather small along with Paul Chalfant, Barrick and y Klinger. He gets pretty sleepy in two of the quartette songs, too, , I wouldn't think of criticizing him, though, that's the Madam's business. Lynn Arbogast is accompanist for Men's Glee Club, l Choir and Orchestra. He's one person that doesn't give me much I l H' anvx tin inl- rl nrxi Next P11297 5 I l t e r . 5,192.5 f 1 l'uy0 Om' llumlrfvl Tuv'NI1f-four +'i , . , .5 'Z P- f' will-'7f.'+?'2 nie.. , ,if H. ,, , -., F., M- .egg ., M., ,ix "3-.i'1".5.'," Lf 'i +- X-.-fo ,.,,-f-- 4-ff f- - L fe: 'Ti' i .stiff lv g T ,f Q fi wr 75' f ' X. f: fri X tgi . Y Qiilxffl LG will ' If ' ' 1 i 7, I IQ ff? '- -,,.-. iw, i. .4 A , . , , , 4 X-Q, ff, +4..n4,,,x- ri, ,j 4 ' if X . Q T, r w 3. Ly lgf ,N . f.JCgg.'e.f,ru , ' ' ., fit.-t .4 fu" . GIRL'S GLEE CLUB mercy. He even uses me sometimes in his teaching. I suppose you know he teaches piano to some of the elementary students. Beulah Mae Shaw accompanies the Girls' Glee Club. I don't know her so well, for she's a new student this year. But at the rate her lingers fly over my keys in some of these accompaniments it isn't going to take her long to get acquainted with me. The girls are practicing for a spring concert, to be given commencement week. Their fall concert was an operetta, "The Japanese Girl." You'1l probably want to know the story, so I'll copy the synopsis from the book Sir Oracle lent me. "The story concerns O Hanu San, a Japanese girl about to cele- brate her eighteenth birthday. Her father has to be absent from home on this occasion, and the girl, greatly grieved, is comforted by the sweet singing of the bird which he has left as his substitute. Two American girls, on a tour of Japan with their governess, Miss Minerva Knowall, curiously enter the garden of 0 Hanu San's home, and when they have satisfied their curiosity, leave their governess, who falls asleep. She is awakened by a throng of Japanese girls, who greatly frighten her. However, O Hanu San rescues her, and invites the ladies to attend the ceremonies con- nected with her coming of age. O Kitu San and O Kayo San are the cousins and intimate friends of O Hanu San. They second the invitation, and so the festivities proceed happily." Isn't that a fine story? Lucille Karnes was O Hanu San, her cousins were Vera Arbogast and Xena Martin, the American CContinued on Yevt Page? 5 --1 gel fy. , ' , i or Page One Hundred Tlrerzfy-jire ,nf .,'-' Y, --..,.v.-- , Y , f ORIICIHQ . THE JAPANESE GIRL girls, Annamaude McKinzie and Aileen Caseg the governess, Alle- tah Eash, and the servant, Ida Tienken. The stage was trans- formed into a typical Japanese garden, with flowers and lanterns to lend a festive air. Even I was garbed in green for the occasion. Faye Pinkstalf, Saulo, and Lynn Arbogast helped Mr. and Mrs. Dorsett with the stage work. The girls sang very well I was so happy afterwards I couldn't sleep for the longest time. I don't know much about the band. They don't use me. I sup- pose they would be greatly insulted at the mere thought of a piano attending their reharsals. I've heard all about them, though, so I'll tell you a little. Professor Imri Blackburn is the director. Their practices are held on Tuesday nights in the gymnasium. I'm told that they gave an indoor circus there one night last fall, and that there was everything essential, from pink lemonade and hot dogs to the side shows. The band plays at all the pep sessions. I've heard some of them, and once in a great while I get to join them. I miss the games most. I can hear them yelling themselves hoarse, and I can do nothing but sit on the stage and wait for someone to tell me about it later. Sometimes I almost wish the band needed me. Miss 0live Kiler, the director of the orchestra, is new this year. They say that she has taught in the College of Musical Art in Indianapolis for the last twelve years, and that she was the orga- nizer of the orchestra there. She organized the orchestra here October first, and under her very efficient directorship it has 1l'illllllln'1l nn Xa-xt l':l:Le-I 55141252 l1U II III ll .1 lx LT il Wi , N X Q 1 QQ. l l VZ 1 fl f,.. 715.2 2' 1 M .id I i ,J U R W, , I H I A 1 '--v 1 ,gig 5,1 qw, in .Wi Vw l I7 N I glgi ng L ,f Ji" . ll , ' I i miie nfl L, fl C51 if I 'V -J- Elf-, .54-A W. - 'Lf' ,f Piss . . COLLEGE BAND progressed wonderfully. She really has some talented students in the ensemble, too. Let me quote from Sir Oracle again. This is what he said about the programs they have given this year: "Besides playing for Rev. Montgomery's reception and the ora- torical contest, the orchestra gave two programs. The first one was given on November twenty-first at Kephart Auditorium, with Helen Phipps, Donald Klinger, Esther Parker, Paul Arbogast, Max Engle, Paul Chalfant and Alletah Eash as soloists. The second one was given in conjunction with Miss Kiler's students' orchestra of Indianapolis at Caleb Mills Hall, April ninth, and repeated at Kephart Auditorium April tenth. Mrs. Lois Brown Dorsett, Sara Katherine I-Iinchman, Paulwirth Waldo, Paul Arbo- gast, Esther Parker, Donald Klinger, Muriel Wagoner and Roberta Trent were the soloists on these two programs." Miss Kiler said they were to play at Commencement, too. I hope they'll keep working until they are among the best of Indiana college orchestras. Have I told you about Miss Cowan? She teaches piano in a lit- tle studio near me, and I hear her often. She even practices on me sometimes. I like to hear her teach, but it's very seldom that she uses two pianos, and so she doesn't often need me. Madame said Miss Cowan wouldn't be back next year, that she was going to marry a minister. I should think she'd see enough ministers around here. But there's no accounting for women's tastes. I hope I get to play the Wedding march. fCon!im1ed on Next Page? .-.fc-'Af fu .HIT-""'f1' 'fs-as X-M-.41 .1 fi' ' j- , ',Y ,KY ,A-X , ,ogy 4-exi41:i.,g , . ,,: ,,,. .T , f. f LQ -A-. ,X -1- --1-fo-21' sf-V fy -,,"'pf , , .:' "' "' 1 'f ' di- V-.. -.,., V .F ,V .A . 11f,.Xff l A L if Pr y I S F f :W J H- A. 1 .S ,.- il fl 5' , . se. -' f, i .- . fi, . f -,J .- 5-if..-f:'i U. err- ff H. 5-Ni-Q 1 -. sf-rr, , . Lg-iJf'+ "J f 1 I '-P. f Y f 1 , 'f- ig -A ',i, Af.. 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I'm so grateful for the privilege of 1 being afliliated With the music department at Indiana Central, for the faculty and students and their association together, for - the growth of the department,-oh, for everything-that I'd like Hr to play, so you could hear it now, and be thrilled by the hearing- 'A I v , , u' "Oh, comc',lcf'ss1ng I. C. f'.'S1Jl'Ill8C, V' A nfl songs fn :lllllll Jlufvl' rrlisf' ,' Q II - 5 IVl1ilw our lacrlrfx, rvlnrnlnfling, fhrill ' llfitlz joy zrlzich flwltla alone can sfillg - NIIIIIIIIUIJN hull, or 1rin1'r'r'.s Cold: Tlw .srw.wo11.w pu.s.w, thc years may roll. Time and r-lulngv will 8llI'U flu'-1'00 in 6 -Q How firm flly friffmlslzip-l. 1'. l'." 'ly rjlyl Y Alix . ,f :J 3, xi ' 1 l lil ELI' 0 'F-L-N , , 1.11-if L bf? '1 , I , -,gf A QQ' . I q 4, I jf gggggy Page Ono llundrml Tzrcnty-eight I mensely pleased. .11 v ga '-' S A 1 fr -.. -1-T f. , fa. ---- --S ffaffvsif Q'-f'i51L-i"f.i 7. 9 2-45. 'N-vf-f'ff'-fren 'T if ? THQ 7f:51ij P172-Q 'ig C"?i5?gififf'MR uf ii rdf 2 f" , 7 " 2' Q Ll."-,'f"l 2-L1 - iff'-if ,3.fs.., .L ff, L -. V.- ,bqgq ylylk ' 6 i , ,. , Y L M ,- - A. -..mf E-- 1,r+-'- 4" 'A 'yr' :?liff'.,, H1 I f- ' ,X ' 1 w - - - -1 LJ ,-. .L-fr-3.5 Jw. 'I if -N -,-. f- ,I -1-.. l .,. c ,. mga:-' ,-'r3l'f. , :1-.-.jrw . fx, 2: -I. , PUBLIC SPEAKING DEPARTMENT Sir Oracle, that wise and mighty person, was aroused from a pleasant reverie by the entrance of a sunny- haired child. Sir Oracle pretended to be asleep, but the child, not at all dis- mayed, approached his throne-like seat and then stood quietly before the great person. Said she, "How do?" Said he, "Well, my dear." The child accepted this as a most cordial invitation "to make herself at home." She took a picture from her tiny pocket and gravely pre- sented it to Sir Oracle. "Who is?" asked she. "This man?" queried Sir Oracle." "Yes sir," laughed the 1'IH'I"ESSOI'! I". ELIIIZII MAI-ISILIALL Head Public Speaking D6DI1l'IH19llt "Ah, it is a long story, but if you will sit here on my knee-7' "This man, little one, Whose picture you have, goes by the name of Fred Elmer Marshall and he even has a Professor before it. In a very pleasant school he teaches what our grandmother called Elocution, our fathers, Public Speaking, and the younger genera- tion, simply, Speech. His is a growing department and his grad- uates bid fair to become famous on the stage. Instruction is given in classes or in private lessons and the examinations are held twice a semester in brilliantly-lighted Kephart Auditorium before patient audiences and are called recitals. "The plays presented by his classes meet with hearty applause. Sometime, when you have been good, I shall-" Suddenly he looked down. The child's blue eyes were closed, she had asked her last question that day. , 411514 jiik x .:,f2'f7 - -'f -'- --it - fx? ' T:- 'NTI I ,pgef . ,--if , fl-.1 ., I - . ifgr :J fy. E942 1 L-. I,'5?E1 ref' ' ' ".2:i"':' -' ' T22 is ' 1--jfpg ' X 1 E-'f ..,f.:- 1.1. , 57,1 - - x1V.g.aL.s4',e.-ofsx, Q. - Q 1 gf -' .af-, 4-a,s--. I ,si me Pagv 0110 HllIIlII'CIf Twenty IG . ng 1, ,L 1, f. , f , . .7-,Ter-,., .5 JU X il: T-fJfrEMTS.'3-Ti lf-I"-" '5?'1i im 5:12 "4 3-li --'X-gh?" T2 T .-E" f' 'S ill" : T fe ls i l L r 4 I Y i l v c'4t fk-1' y l ' U.x'llxC,Lll. P BLIC SPEAKI G STUDE TS Tull liuxx'-1j4,-01-g.- Slnmklnnn, Ralph Liuht. Mill-5 l.1-.u'l1, .Xlfrvd l':llllllHI'I. liven-I shall. I Iitllflllllll, Iwufemsox' Mau'- Sevwml Rmvglllf-1111 IH':u:w-. Mlll'-ful liznrrivk, lhgrulvlim- I':n'r. Gertrufle .lulllxwlp Tllirzl limvf-.T:npv-1' Stzullvr, Iiryzm Htvwalrt. lflmu 'l'l1n1n:m, 1"lu1'em'u Stunvllil Tuyl-1-r, Virginian 1-Null, L1-rin Rupp. GHAIlI'-X'l'lG RI'Il,'l'l'AI, lll'P21I'fI11UIlf of Public Spwllcing S2lflll'1llly. May 23, 1923 NV. l!1cY.xN STI-:w.xu'l' 11.w.wixf1'1I by I, Mycllyle Jolmsun, Hope IIQ'l1'll l'l1ipps,Yiolin: Hnlwrt llmlgius. Pvllo: -I. Lynn Arlmgalst. Piillltr. lfnpicls Vie-tim ,,,,l ,l.,,,,,,,,.. .,,,.,.A,,,,,,,,.,.,,,l . Mr. Ste-wart tall Ilt'l'1't'llN0 1fI'UIll -llwclylll ,,,,,,ll,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,, lla! Svxtvtfv lfI'4llIl Lllvizll ..,., ,..,......... Trio Tha- lfzlvl' l2lll'NTlUll ,,,,l ,,,,,ll,,,,,,ll,,,,, Mr. Sfl'XYill'f Tlu- Yilllkvt' I":11'lm-1 ',,,, ,.,,,lA,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,l,, Mr. Stvwnrt 1:19 lim-xtzlsy ,l,4, ,,,.,,l,, ,.l4,,,,, ,,,,, A ,,,l,,l,A,,,,,,,A , llnl lIung,:nri:m lhlm-0 Nu, li l,l,, ,,.,,,,,,l,,, Trio Vmne-lly. "l'2lll2l'S lillllelugf' Mr. Stow arf Q If Pl 31' i l K J , l'r1yfr' Um' ,fllllIfl'l'll Tlfirlyl .. ,.I,llllI l,11lrr1'n1 .,,,..'lnmL ,....GmI1Ir1r1l ,lulimzizeffi 'r Ilunbfn' ......lnrm Gonna Iiru I1 ms ll'. f'0Il'IIlIll1 l,fII'lx'l'l' L J 1 Sjfrqsp Y , , ,,..f..fwl ' H' ' 5' , - ff .- Y YY. -fr J .V-.5 A K Tp. . X ,- , V, , . -. -X E L E 1 i . A ' , DRAMAT IC CLUB eft to Right-Jasper Stadler, Gertrude Johnson, Miles Leach, Virginia Font, Glenn Dragon, Elinn. Thomas, RlphLltC ld P P f NI h1lX Yllit B St Early this year the Dramatic Club Was organized by the students in the Public Speaking Department, under the leader- ship of Prof. F. Elmer Marshall, head of the department. The purpose of the club is to promote a keen interest in dramatic art and to develop the latent ability of embryo actors. Each year the club expects to present several high-class plays of the best Writers. During the month of March they brought Meridith Nicholson's comedy, "Honor Bright," to the campus. Although handicapped by lack of proper scenery, the play Was presented in a very commendable manner and was a great-success. Much is hoped from these young actors and actresses next year. er JE- - ,n , be cg 4. g f , .,ei ffnzg lf-'FV giiigii Page One Hzmdrecl Thirty-one . . QffCi'ai.CORRGLEf.ft'Ti.Cest.t'if S VARSITY "C" MEN Several years ago it was a very unusual sight to see anyone on the campus wearing a cardinal sweater with the gray "C" at- tached. Now, however, it is quite common. Since we have entered into all branches of athletics, the group of men privileged to wear the coveted "C" has become larger. The Varsity "C" Association is an organization of all the men who have won Varsity "C's" in any branch of athletics, or as man- agers of athletic teams. There are at present about thirty "C" men. The purpose of the association is primarily to make the "CH mean more on the campus. The organization stands for cleaner athletics and better sportsmanship. It is a fact worthy of note that the wearers of the "C" are leaders in other student activities. May the organization continue to grow and to boost for Central! . ' .D C f ef. l'uy1' Um' Ilnnrlrvvl 'l'l1irljl-llru N .ff-1, 'nh X 'l ' f ,vw 1. l 1 lx .,l . xxx, 12- -31 1' va". Q51 iff W F gAF,, W ,, , Q :Q 'l-.-fd i fr 1. Lx,-16-axi' -P, Q-.rp 4--s A - if Ty- jf' 'qi' 54. :giHf5,y,,QH ff , .:,9Agj:o,?.1375QEj, rpm. ,x f. ' ,iz Ly, lf- 'QQ ,- ,, tx, -,V J Q - V Irfiilicz +A .Qi 'i iLfff:ff'f1i NFL' l ' l f fl 3 ' H f"' -f ,ii 'Fig 5' , 1 X. w 1 .ll , L11-QQ nl . ll .171 i .,. K . .3 X .M g , .. ,igfxgafffefyii it i i. 1:26 mi, BoosTER's CLUB Fill 3:2 eil lil K l gil ifl Left to Riglit-l'li-rlnnn Spieth, Paul Frau m-1-. Violette Miller. Ellis Schull, Allctalli, "link m-" 'l'rumIn1ll. Mar' fl galret Br lxr' ksmidt, Cllll1dt'Tll1'lt'X. Jo Albin. "Rep" Null, Eddie Pence. , Q "Eddie" Pence "Duke" Trumbull Violette Miller Alletah Eash ,g Claude Turley Paul France QU' Jo Albin Marguerite Brockschmidt it Herman Spieth "Keep" Nall lg "Two pounds of ham, a pound of sugar, two cans of milk, four fl loaves of bread, four dozen pickles," and Miss Booster laughed Qi, merrily as she named over the long list of articles which she was fd " purchasing. Wg "Are you going to have a big 'feed' at the college tonight? ,gg asked the kindly grocer. if "No, sir! The Boosters are merely fixing a lunch for our basketball men after the game tonight," explained the girl as she ix? gathered up the packages and started for the college. ,Ly 1, Every progressive college must have its Boosters to direct the loyalty and "pep" of the student body. A The Boosters of Indiana Central College were elected from the different classes and organized with Violette Miller as captain. Qi Under the able supervision of Miss Miller and Ellis School, bas- ketball manager, and with the advice of the athletic committee, ffgf' much has been accomplished. fe "Let us ever boosters be, Q93 Always praising I. C. C." vw tilt . if-, ' 7Qe:lif?I?' .1 4 ,Bagan-.-7-.-ff, i l ' f f?lif.1'E ,Ai' SQL? -ff f l Payf' 0:10 Hunrlrerl Tlzirfy-II1rc'c - 1 -, v . " . x V , -'Afa,Nl'r-1" ii " 1 'X-1,2 -xf-7-,-ff - fffffqn- -- f :TL-V 2 IAN? 'f-Wg I, 1 ' . f-'1'w', 1 lxjiv-, 1" L' " "f Q1 T' 3 A .4 -.471 ', gif .Q-f, ' ,- ,Lf Q,'.i.iC' .i1.'.!-'f .q 2 'X H , ,. "pig, s l., : K- ,,', ., 'L 'P gi' I Ti lf- I 7'-' 'Pk l. exti- l PRESS CLUB f l i Q' ' x l X , L 'r. i , . v l Ulu lil! THE PRESS CLUB- President ....,,....,.... ......,. R oy V. Davis gi Vice-president ......,., ....... H erman Spieth i ,' Secretary .................................................... Clara Proctor 1. . Treasurer .......,.,.............,..........,.......,....... Violette Miller L , . The Press Club is an organization composed of students who . f 1 are connected with the publication of the college paper. Its mem- - NJ ' bership includes the Reflector Staff and the contributors. Con- kj tributors are required to do specified amounts of news, poetry, hai, cartoons, or advertisements for each issue of the paper in order to be members. This organization is a member of the Indiana ' A Collegiate Press Club. l' t The purpose of the Club is to improve the publications of the 1,315 college paper. Such a club, by its discussions of the paper's prob- w' 1 J - w lems, renders valuable assistance to the editor. Further, students ' T interested in journalism receive beneficial training. ttf Q Jack Keefe, Roger Bean, Miss J iggs, Golda, Andy Gump, and all , comic characters were guests at the comic party of the club at fu, Dailey Hall, November twenty-eighth. The staff impersonated lwi these individuals of the daily news and the comic sections. as 4- xii Indirectly, the Press Club is of much value also to Sir Oracle and the publication of his book, as several of the Oracle Staff members have at one time or another received valuable training . 1.. through the Reflector. M9 1.1 'Vi . , 1 .N :IQ - -ff" 'F ,ff ' if, V ICJ- , '27-1 '7 ,. 'ffl Ju-. , 411' ,-Wm, tv in 5 I rd Y ,, 1' f, .. . . .Y . ,f 34 .4 'Y ' ,Z ,rg-If.: Af". UN V! H .., . 5 7 ',-n.x..1:L,- gg., ' 'i A f 4 -' -:.Q1,",4 if .-. . , -Y .Q-QL 71:..'i . .L f. 'f .f f 1 ,TQQ Puyf' Uuc Ilumlrffl Thirty-four LG L- -v:"- '-. ' u. W if I W - -, f- - f sie- f,-fc-lil L-f"f'i'i liflfle ' n ' "F Tj I w 12231 Q Q, f' ' Q A'k- , ,giirzff 5' H Y 'y"'9f 1 1 , ,Q not tc' isgtxcisi'.i,1cili?.0PtflC1tl1 H Q DEBATING TEAMS Negative Team-Paul Chnlfaut, captain: Howard Ulsh, alternnteg Clauence Guthrie. Charles Lender. Forensics fDebating and Oratoryj holds unique interest, in that they are the most distinctly scholastic forms of intercolle- giate competition. "There is no other intellectual stimulant or exercise to be com- pared With debate. It teaches the rash moderation, makes the timid courageous, compels the fluent to prune, the slow to hasten: renders the dull quick-Wittedg requires the quick-Witted to learn caution, and Hts all classes for an intellectual emergency. The Indiana Debating League, of Which Indiana Central is a member, each year chooses a question for the debates of that year. Each college team participates in two league debates. Judging is done by one expert judge, Who is chosen for his iitness for the task and who renders a public criticism together with his decision. Professor Haramy coaches all debating Work and his keen knowledge and persevering Work have been responsible for much of our success. l . Affirmative Team-Robert Parsons, M. E. Leach, captain: C. H. Ellis, alternate: Leslie Roberts. X X ..zifE'Qg,:L,,, V 'L 'fiat-fa T 'lifffii . ' .24 '57f' Af1fi I - "ruse-f 2. 4 . , 'FP in .J "'f731,,QTI m'fqGzilfLQgl l iw . ,lid il- if-Q'5? 'ij' Xgimi, " 1' '11 'iihil W Page One Hzuzdrecl Tlzirty-five f 'Q x ...- ? .- 'K f T ,4. . lfxsnl 'ff' Q' ' '. , 2-A 1-fre.-'ff-:."if.'r "Y e ' l s ' A' ' ' Li Tif,gg,1:s,3r '-E :Ln ,Q,,.,. N---we ,,.--., --g, 3 A f' 4 , XIX fp-'Jig 4, QQ ALUMNI NOTES ",.'- , ', s. Recall all the Chapel addresses made Within four years of life in the institution,-'member all the things said to compliment the noble and Worthy ones occupying the chairs in the Chapel?-Now in those speakers you have a picture of men and women who have left our halls to do something in a bigger and better Way than it was ever been done before. Sir Oracle looks with tear-dimmed eyes upon this company who through the years have guided his tottering feet during the Winter months, until he could stand alone in the bright May-time, when he tSir OracleJ becomes the most popular man on the cam- pus. His name is on every fair co-ed's lipsg he has more dates than anyone else, and hears the most sentimental Whisperings. But whom does Sir Oracle see when he looks upon those de- parted from these green fields of learning? There's Warren G. Bailey, the first editor-Why, he has gray hairs! ls Sir Oracle so old? "Prexy's" brother William is here too. He got the ad- vertisements that year-1909. 4iHmlnuu--fl fm Next l'n::.iy ,kv 4 -'L-'43, 'nf . f I ,-I ' li. h - -nf: 'xg fl?'-. -A L '5 ,ML I :A I ylnu llNn:ll'1'rl Tllirljl-xl R f if Qu A , Y fi 1 , V, 4-L ,fP?v:7E?llJ'if?Qffw 4, XT N , 4 N . L l ,-- ,W Q E.-,H - -N..-,-H,--sffwsffel 1.. ' M. "'T"'?1f"ifT TW" PM Vf""7f1 , , lll, i f ' vias' f:b'Q4 Z A "l LM l ,f . :ll KC had itil Ll lk '1 lim V15 f i lm F5 llfiiil l A' l. L , ' ' lr-gr rw K - lwxi lxliji lx 5 YQ l, i if u X MZ? ' - li H i Us -I ll ' I Several commencements pass, before Sir Oracle sees again any qw F Nl of his old "flames" Then along comes the class of '16--all girls Fw except Mr. Fred Dennis. fThose girls hurried and flurried so all lg year, everyone wondered Why. Then one Mayday, MISSQS Hanger, jig eaver, ummins an ers came o a e W1 n' rac e., f 4 ll W C d M t Ch 1 th S O l W ' fm tfii Next he sees "D. H.," "Jimmy," and "Monty,,' Who had piloted QI. wil ' 9 1 2 1 h M im around 1n 17. Along comes 20 s crowd-most y preac ers, l too. Of '23's and '24's staff there IS a great company, many of Q T1 ggi them even yet Wander about the campus. T Si . . . . . iii Sir Oracle wakes from h1S reminiscences with a start. The M pictures of the past fade away. The stai of '25, "P, G." and all 5 4 LFE the rest, will soon be of the past., They will soon JOIH the ranks My of our noble Alumni. 5 iii? .li ll all XX T Vigil ei E554 .1 4 'iq l I p l W, ,Q if lb ' -f-'X We 'J . ef " 'X BEF' ffl , it --aw-I-if l Q ' fPjf?f?ie4l'Q W Q .- -Q-Fgiivlfalf-kiTEifx'g?2 ,, 1s,.M.fl . f7,?, , ,iff ,n ,. . , , J 0.1, -H WV . fe- 115, K- ,fig-,xv X ,sw M. .gan s T A, fl ,lj -4 X- if fy are-K-.ff,f, J, ls e'wcs1eQggw-Q? z ,A Jsmqjgigsssfvliflc-fQ-fwi-afij.psi-Z-Eaxrefgflcl I Page One Hzcmirerl Thirty-seven W ig ? Q: , E- SS: ,I-vga-it ff- 'u -X f , - Q-'fig I is N. J? 2 4 Q ' ug' ff' -' Jw Q. 4 svx N. Q ' L' . . X f' Q fir Pi f f,., 1 I ' i V K L J ' ' '19 .IL . , ,EVA A ' L ' nf' s Q Nw.. l , ,.,1 Q git ! 1 . Q . 53 7 XM. W, I ,af 'Tl 4 f413 2 Iwyr' Um' llumlrrfl Thirfy-eight b ,..- ,..--4- 5 'v' 1 me 'QPR a :Il-34, ' 'Q I 1 1 PUBLICATIONS 'L ' 74.5 -"','ulF I :L . -9. .1 - ' :Yr -a . Q' V ,J-. ,L M 5 J no . Q s -It 4.1-'H 1.4 w.,., 9' . 1,l-' c,0I . I 'L 4. , M . D .ol 'W A 1 I I ' i 0 "E 4' i' . 1 I lb, Y q .An r WO i 1 M U "' -I 'A '1 . ' r i 'N u.. ' ,YV Y el I k U Q. A u ff . r pf' 'J sir' Q I .FVCQ u H ' ' ' o ' Q L- Qi' . . "ri rl" 0521. as 5 ,rN, ' ,YI 1 ' Senior Oracle Staff G SENIOR ORACLE STAFF Editor-in-Chief ...................................,.. Paul Snively, Columbus, Ind. Business Manager ........, ....... C harles Leader, Indianapolis, Ind. Advertising Manager .....,,.... ........ L eon Vass, Dallas City, Illinois Circuation Mananager ........ ,,.,........,.,. R amon Hunt, Geneva, Ind. Literary Editor .................. .......,..... V iolette Miller, Lafayette, Ind. Snap Shot Editor ........ .E ........ J. Lynn Arbogast, Decatur, Illinois History Editor ........ ......,........ C laude Turley, Corydon, Ind. Joke Editor .......,.. ....... G eneva Taylor, Indianapolis, Ind. Art Editor ..,...,.. .. ....,..... Virginia Fout, Indianapolis, Ind. Sport Editor ............. .....,..... H arry Good, South Bend, Ind. Faculty Advisor .....,.... ,....................... P rof. Lyle J. Michael if.- - L -cili 77 I V .ii5iiT,-fllm r r iff 1Q,i',iliffZfQf1 gf I if fi it fi Page One Hundred Th irty-nine C YW wk., r Junior Oracle Staff lj, I l I e l l t I l t i ll, I I l JUNIOR ORACLE STAFF Editor-in-Chief .,..,.... .,............,. E llis J. Scholl, Polo, Illinois Business Manager ,.,....,. ...... H erman Spieth, Charlestown, Ind. I 1 1 f' Circulation Manager ........ ................... E ddie Pence, Bourbon, Ind. rl Advertising Manager .............. Freddie Armentrout, Lexington, Ill. ' t . Joke Editor ..................,.. .,.... M ilford Barrick, Indianapolis, Ind. l Art Editor ........... ........... I Alice Weaver, Sumner, Illinois Literary Editor ........ ............ M ary Marshall, Indianapolis, Ind. I History Editor ....,, ........ C arl Mendenhall, Dallas City, Illinois Snap Shot Editor ........ ..,..........,. M ary Bushong, Syracuse, Ind. H Sport Editor ........,....,..,...,,.,.. ..,,.....,...,,... o tto Albright, Colfax, ind. f I NOTE-After The Oracle had gone to press, a change was made in the Staff, due l to the resignation of Mr. Scholl. Herman Spieth will edit the 1926 Oracle, and Paul Arbogast will be Business Manager. t l t a f. 4 I i i ' ' lf ' ,kwa A 7- , , . ,, t A friqzsrw, , , f 4 ,.-H ,I , , rwt. , Y, .v f 'U ,I f , f . 4 Al, ri 1 1 r ,Y , . - rf.. ' r 'f ,. ., ' l'IlfjI' Hur' llrlnfll-ml l"u1'I!l l I .gym if, ff! 5 ---af -- Yr- H - 45.-:NT 'wwfz:rit1TN?"'i 7-if "f"T?ff"71?lA-'T f'1'7T7"' T ' T if F-TIF fi 1" fflsf 'H pi'-5' il. " -ffiix N L " -' F C' 1-' f L- " 1.-if . iff- TT- -- 9- . V1 vang- i Q . -K, - gnignv- ., f fi rf, -,pri--F Y L, ,- 4, 1---1,2-le --4 -'ms -F fair. -Y-F-' Q., T . L C. fmefwi-,.n', J ,,, lg . K- 4- ' J - 1 Wg 1 Q Q. 4. Qf,1,!,:V4gL'VQ N i 4-+3 . 1' 3... L , L-,,, f., ,74- .Xl .V -A, 'fl 1 A i an xl' . Nl ,, o l To HIM X , w ll' 5 --T. '4 .,i H, J t , ZW 'ig Ed1t1ng an Annual Pity! Fai Were you ever unfortunate enough to be chosen on the staff of a school annual? If so, you can appreciate the sentiments of the X Q 1925 Oracle Stai, as expressed in the following paragraphs: ltr-1 We were chosen for our positions, not because of our ability as ,Q artists, writers, business experts or humorists, but merely because fp ' no one else could be found at the time who looked foolish enough N for the task. All that is necessary to edit an annual is organization and co- ffl operation. We had both. On the first day of school the Editor- ! , -3, in-chief calls his staff together, outlines the work for them to have , ready on a certain date and on that date said material is ready ,Q L and all in first-class shape. The editor turns the copy over to the .nj printer and engraver and then it is merely a matter of resting :U "easy" until the book is ready for distribution. mf This is all made possible, of course, by the co-operation of all , 5 concerned. The Editor announces that on October 1 all seniors will have their pictures taken and every member of the class ap- fd pears at the studio "right on the dot" and without "coaxing." Mi So it is with the other classes, especially the freshmen, who are so eager to co-operate that they "cut" classes to keep their ap- ! pointment with the photographer. And the faculty is wonderful. 95 It is no effort at all to get their pictures. They are only too glad V, to do their "bit" by cancelling abscences for the Staff members. E7-3 The Circulation Manager has a "snap," On the first day of v- 5 school it is announced in Chapel that subscriptions for The Oracle l will be received at three dollars each, and by evening of the same day 500 annuals are sold. 5 , Selling advertising is merely child's play. Ask Vass! One ' walks confidently into the advertising manager's office of some 3 M large corporation and says, "Hum! Good morning Mr.-. QEQ lim sellingadvertising space in The Oracle, the annual publica- tion of Indiana Central College. Could I--." "Why certainly, I want a page in that annual. I'll send you the copy tomorrow. How much is it?" Plj And then the reward! How sweet it is! Of course, the editors and business managers get five semester hours credit for the efforts, to say nothing of the dividends on excess profits. But the Q1 greatest reward is in the praises received. It sure is great to have everybody slapping you on the back and congratulating you on ,pl the magnificent book that you have published. No adverse criti- -g cisms whatsoever! ll. Success to the 1926 Oracle Staff' ! HSP . 7 STAFF OF 25. 5:37 if VT? - T I 449147 ?9"5-i,.'T"'7T" 'E"""""'3"fiTLi' l W if ffffzbf 'i 'Wg if: -flii:'Af'l- Page 0110 Hunflrcd Forty-1 ' Oi4iRCLK .?, --1 qi f l ,X v K -W ff ' "" 4 Q xff kf ' RlZfI1fff.Q,..oLwf Z' 9"c9 fp-QD K 1 gig by f E I 1' f ' if if ZW GMS 5243? e:g3g.a.x" 'E 5 E Q A, QE! 3 E P ,Q x :mg Q Q Q .5 Q76-p33':.,f2a'..4ff2.l, - I IJ ,gal-3 E is , , Q N 1 if . 1 'i fflfiif 'X 5 X , ' X X K f 6-S Q X f Zgjj 1 ab X XX N J Y V , Ja ,aff lj 0 9 ,h,, ,, ....., f,,,4w5ZKm ' 1890 . lfll II Ili 1 1: 41. '34 J . i HUMOR T9 U 4 Q x ' . . wr , I. r P' 1 421 ,fx 'M' V F Q , '.,r v 3 - "L YW- gf 1 " J U-4 my x -1 Llslf ,. 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Y , k, ful-1. 1 tr .1 - Y rs Excl J, -- qT'f,.Q 'ft ' .., x',Xl Once upon a time four young college stu- ,ff dents started out in search of adventure. The .SN 4- night was dark and still. Over on a vacant f lot just across from the dormitory, an old gray mare was staked. It suddenly occurred 2. sg .NA . to one of these young hopefuls that a mid- viii :nn - V ' ,pf .YI K 5.3 V I :',,.-U 1-:'j'..f.,4 , 5 fa fiif .'ffi.11Z2i17fpi if -'f' 5.-'gg1'3:.' f," f',fff41',1ifQ . 3A'hNg.'5gf'-5 Q' " "'.'igf',51Zgf:i night ride on a borrowed horse would be t ,' ,j Y ' , x V,,'.j quite thrilling. So, after some persuasion. ' ' ,Fat 1 N jj-f'I'f "Fish" and Ellis secured a saddle and one of A ' fy"-1-ff the young ladies. Jo. by name, was Hrmly 3.517 - lj..-QS-f" mounted on the back of the old gray mare. I , I 3-f!q:w-55:5 'f:,:.'5"e The climax occurred when Mary Maby tried 'ifsiui-L15--eb, "'3'N,.:'f' 9' 7,1 her hand as an equestrienne. All went well -r, .- vs .f. f- 1 . . -g ffflle-4 f ur. . until the horse began to gallop. and then it was that Mary protested in a loud voice. Thus ended the mid-night ride of two adven- turous maidens and two gallant young men. f Catt" is a popular "bird" on our campus. In the ki 2'-rw fall and winter it's "Catt" in football and basketball: N in the spring it's "Catt" in baseball. But this has noth- ls 115' ing to do with Stiney's cat. Every spring the Zoology N N 4 classes scour the neighborhood for cats, for purposes E xiii other than house pets and mousetraps. On one such hi 5 5,71 5 hunt Stiney captured a very ferocious nialtese kitten. f ', In the laboratory, Jlans were being made to embalm the - JG? It if .. .. I . . X gLp'Qql-:- -'cl beast for future use, but the owner ot said cat ob- N f"H. jected and only the timely arrival of friends saved Stiney CRT6, QQ from spending a few days in Lew Shanks D1-ivate hotel. S-Une? Z L" y S 1 1. Road hogs should be put in the pen. Qi Bobbed hair is rough on rats. ' h . HOXV llllCOI'IlII10ll is C0l'IlI'DOll SQIISP. i, w Mysteries-Love. women and hash. f i Play square and you won't be cornered. ' Some can't think-others don't. .1 Girls get marcelled to look good over the "weak" end. k A"4 If you are up against it, go around. Many are dead, but they won't lie down. gt?" The weak days-Yesterday and to-morrow, K Ai .ut Love is a sweet dream-Marriage the alarm clock. . , w "I" in idea is what counts. l I Most bad eggs are fresh, ' Many an open mind is empty. YN' Be wise and don't blow your "knows." -O7 Make light of your troubles by keeping them dark. ,-in I Musically speaking, snoring is "sheet" music. ' VVe like most everything fresh except people. ' Some love to dance-others dance to love. ' Q3 ,W if A lie is legless, but it travels fast. i J if Birds of a feather knock together. 17 A kiss is nothing divided by two. 19 ' Nobody loves a fat man. .Inf A wild night always has its "mourn." S 4 I I - 1 ,L 5 ' ,A like '-' ' 1- 'f"'f ' L' Us 'J I Ei., -. - ' f X f- ', '-- . . .-' 1 -, -W ,E I I g 1 A ugh 3 V 711,11 .. V,-VL, cf. ,Aj l'uyr Uni' lllmalrrrl l"or1j1'folll' Honest fellows steal kisses. Q 4 l l 4 "iw I , fin-f1i',iifE?f'7'l. , Mess. 1-551' 'Egg-ij, A ,fm we ., .. , ,V -eww., .-T-WMET ..r. v t 'nl' f-ff .JS ,' xf '- Nz Y Y --- A, 2, , Qi: as .x.L,,.-:.iE'.a., F, fi' gffwffq'Tt,ffSEF3?-,--4333? 5,5 ' 'f' js f' 'Azijy Nj' fgpiffgf ' rr S Tl iii w1,'1L21iIx'-.-1 'i12n..'f Lrfggf' ,,.g51Nya' ,f l .f J s JQICIV 1,1 ,WG fy 3 'uf C f,-.f 1 4 - M - -Mszgaf v safe I A -flziq. 14' -J 4 e QEVQ4' Ravi Professor Michael: "Who made the first nitride in the country?" -Al' Dick Davidson: "Paul Revere." YE sto :zo vie oz. axe fb Professor Eaton to Leach: "As lazy as you are, what on earth do you work that K il problem that way for?" 4. 4 4. 4. 4. Professor Morgan: "The class will now name some of the lower species of animals, 1 it starting with Mr. Davidson." E N 4. 4. 4. 4. .Xe em Helen Wiltrout: "Look here, this picture makes me look like a monkey." gf? Mazo Lomax: "You should have thought of that before having the picture taken." rm, 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. Spieth: "That English test was a song." 'tl Pence: "Yes, I saw you using notes." ,WJ A 4 A 4 A PM Miss Weaver: "This is the worst recitation I ever heard. I did three-fourths of ,Qi it myself." ,mm 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. Black: 'Tm certainly going to kiss you before I leave." 'ill Alice: "Leave this house immediately." 1:14 4. 4. 4. 1 4. i Sport: "How's business?" EM Undertaker: "Dead." 7,4 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. li ',. r Bernice Davis: "I want a ticket to the show next Saturday." Box Oiiice Manager: "Tickle Me?" E4 Bernice: "Don't get fresh, give me a ticket." -S 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. , ,gg jg To be college bread means a four-year loaf, requiring a great deal of dough, as well -wi as plenty of crust. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 'ag , N'ESTA'S NIGHTLY PRAYER X- "Dear Lord, I ask nothing for myself: only give mother a son-in-law." x :ju 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. fel "Os" fpassionatelyj "I'll be your Valentine." PM "Jo" fsadlyj "I was in hopes that I wouldn't get any comics this year." 'X' +I- 'X' -!- -X' A R42 Freddie: "What did you do in your exam?" I Q- Settle: "Knocked it cold." R741 Freddie: "How cold?" ,HSI Settle: "Zero." g o v v 1 1 Y- of cf of 5+ at "Engaged to four girls at once!" exclaimed a horrified uncle. "How can you ex- Av plain such shameless conduct?" K Klinger: "I guess Cupid must have shot me with a machine gun." Uri? 4. 4. 4. 4 4. be "And how is your little baby sister, Ronald?" asked the vicar, who was making gi WI a call. "Oh, she's o11ly fairly well, thanks. You see, she's just hatching her teeth." 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. "You'll never amount to anything." said of the father of Everett Hoffman, "unless 73 Ml W v 1 , WU you turn over a new leaf. Remember, it's the early bird that catches the worm." - 1 "Hal Ha!" laughed Everett. "How about the worm? What did he get for turning ,iQ out so early?" ,,l, 'fl My son," replied Mr. Hoffman, "that worm hadn't been to bed all night, he was on his way home." 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. QQ "Hear the north wind whistling?" ' 3 "Why shouldn't it? It's on its way south, Where the weather is nice and warm." f 4. .Xe 4. 4. 4. rl :A Clare Chrysler: "So you've given up the idea of taking singing lessons?" V-1, Merryman: "Yes, I found it would take me three years to learn to sing as well ,Epi as I thought I sang already." .l 4 .71 We -. elf!'-iferw re- . f-,-X "f-f. 'ir' -l 1' - ,xi ., ,A ' ef '-1"f.'- if 1i:X7?'4'Tf fl' I K 1 'X-'fidlf , .-sei-,TQ+f.--.-v..,,-h-.1-1-ff?4Qfff'f?Lfj7fijfS57i' I fskflf- -.Narita ,U t, ,,... v,fqi,d,vg. -.gfji 'jxlfilaz-sf T7 'iff-' .W " .47 g 1.57 we f 5 -' 1:51-11 L e.,-lLEt i Ps.. ji gi f.buLfL,RjJEiL, A Q. a I-gif,i"L.g5,4Qj,4gQ -Qi, R ,fig Page One H1cnflr6'zlF01'ty-fre 'Y-is 4 s- , 1 W' " 'L ies! .-.-e,.fff:s- N ---.'vuvx' 'H fi 'j'1-'sgfih W .4 .si JAIL-LESS CRIMES .X -' Killing time. Ml' Hanging pictures. lg Stealing bases. QQ Shooting the chutes. N ' Choking off the speaker. V ff" Running over a new song. Q' Smothering a laugh. rgj Setting tire to a heart. Murdering the English language. 'T 4- 4- 4- lj' Prospective Employer: "Why did you leave your last place?" Chauffeur: "The guy I worked for j went crazy. Started shingling his house Q when his car needed new tires." 'X' 'X' 'X' is Prof. Eaton: "See that guy over there? Well, he's a human dynamo." if f' Vassi "How's that?" l ' Eaton: "VVhy, everything he has on H-Q is charged." in 1 -1. .g. 4. - if Floorwalker at Blocks, directing R. O. UTI Hunt to gents' furnishing department: "Back up that stairway and turn over fi two aisles." ! WJ .g. elf .1. Avi Prof. Holiman was giving a chapel , Q talk on stealing. He said, "I feel more QR? sorry for the man who takes a Ford ."5i1b than for the man that lost it." E .g. .9 .5 ,QQ f One morning Prof. Morgan said to I Ikey in Botany class, "Sit up and give Else your lIl'2lill 11 vlxaliu-v." L I 4- 4- 4- W Bish: "Who's this Criss Cross, I hear vi so much about? He must be a new stu- lily dent. I heard coach George say he was going to work Criss Cross i11 this game." F J .g. .g. 4. ,ty X- First visitor at club: "This is the best gf coffee I've had in a long time." Second visitor: "Aw, you poor nut. ri' that's tea." 1 'Waitress: "Who wants another cup ,gl of cocoa?" Ny, 4- 4- 4- f He: "Would you be 1ny wife?" Gr' She: "Oh-yes." He: "And you would marry n1e?" She tbreathlesslyl: "My darling." 7" He: "Then you really are willing to fm be my wife?" She: "Yes, yes." 'f--1 He tmurmuring to himselfl: "By HX' gosh, that settles it: I am going to pro- pose to her." -x- + -:- . l Turley to Supt. of Schools of Hartford City: "Have you an opening for a api bright, energetic college student as a C", history or biology teacher?" Supt,: "Yes, and don't slam it on the Il nay out. W, 1 N "Lo fr 1 f xif:I'? 4 ,Eg Ig fi! 1 -'-'HQ' . 2 S'f:1',.' V, -'.- - -f safe'-1?""f-'ii gif?-'lrv ' 2,9-:,g4'. . fQJ-1-Saliva? 1. I. 2: arf'-'gy .,... ,.,,.s , , A -, , .1 ...: I 1 1 ff is : 94,7 f ff' LV,,, 5 'I' ,g,ff?4zfQ5-ffvify 'V if A fffff'?Qf,1ffff ' if a.,,,5'gififzsE.gf.' fiffijffs j"l.fif:,.5i-.M 1 1' 1- I N' I -f ' Liv LLL-gl ' Qsg'g."tiVfLDfsx .IV ' I ri.: A ' 5.3735 Q we '51 CAN YOU IMAGINE 'wi QCJ Curk pole vaulting? 'iff Charles Leader frowning? Q "Kep" Nall studying? Spieth weighing 300 pounds? X Prof. Eaton remembering? , Stiney knock-kneed? Chalfant and Olene not draping the lei radiator? F "Arbie" talking sense? Prof. Holiman saying anything? ',f', I Pee Gee telling the truth? QQ! Prof. Stonecipher in a bathing suit? Q Mary Bushong "Settle" ing down? 1333 Tim White walking straight? ile Stadler conducting a jazz band? I ,Q "Casey" singing base? fy',i,,' Harry Good living up to his name? Bill Newberg as yell leader? 11-5 Mary Marshall selling "red hots" at I I a street fair? .Xl "Tubby" Horn i11 the GOVEI'llOl"S V ' .' chair? lk 4. 4. up M . ' f Have you been to church this morn- Q- ing, Don? I Don: "Do my clothes look like they ini had been slept in?" Q' 'F -X' 'X' QQ Marguerite: "Ott wo:1't make a very ,fi good varsity catcher." " 1. Ida: "Why?" E Marguerite: "He couldn't even hold 10.43 me last night." L34 4. 4. 4. llpl Prof. Eaton: "Hello, is this the fire M142-f department? Where can I find a fire alarm box, my laboratory is on fire?" 4. 4. 4. 'ix . Dr. Long, in New Testament Syn- thesis: "Mr, Roberts read the first chap- fg 3 ter of First Corinthians." B theslie RH: "Sorry, Dr., but I left my ,Q ile at ome: however, I have my testament with me." I 3 .Za 4. 4. Prof. G. E. Blackburn in German class: "Mr. Nall, what is the meaning ilk: of the word, Herein?" jg Mr. Nall, with deep thought: "Lemme ml see. Oh yes, that's the name of a town 1, in Illinois." Q- 4. 4. 4. Ott Albright introduces Jim Nasium to Algebra I Students. Jim was given ,I a cool reception. .5 ,v, 4, Y Prof Holiman su. .M . ggests that we sub- yi. stitute "pop" for the liquor used by the immigrant laborer. In commenting on tn the merits of "pop" as a substitute. V43 Prof. said some of it was real "pop" my a.lright. For shame, Professor! vi I i -1:-' fo' .7EEiT5oiZsfTT'Z"jT'f'34 ' .,. I Page One Hzmdrcrl Forty-Sczfcn , cgi.. I 1 t , 1, , ,f . L, . , 14 ,N V , ,. Y. azlfj B . . L, Q AV. T4 LX, , 'Q e,.'t?'x'i..-,.,.-x 4,..,..,..,.a.l,-,,....g1x,,.ip.TC :X Wif'5i'f4'Q'f.f r, I its -'J Ljfsil . ,ir X, . , X l . SEPTEMBER Z. September S, 9. Students are arriving. Greetings ex- l'-Q' changed among old friends. A long line of students are wait- 2-X 1 ing to register and for the treasurer to take their money. Many X'-EQ 4 new faces are seen. About thirty-five fooball aspirants report lv ,I for tirst practice. ' llljf l -NX September 10. Classes have begun. Advice given to new students in Chapel. i t0ld ones don't need any.l Musical program given in Chapel by Mrs. Dorsett and R pf i her assistants. ' ' September 11. VVho said "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More?" ,', September 15. Hurrah! The Reflectors are out! What's the News? ,Q Oracle Staff has lirst meeting. All present except Taylor, Hunt, Leader, Vass, Miller, 53:1 Scholl, Pence. Mendenhall, Turley and a few others. g Mn ' September 16. Miss VVaterbury thinks that Dryden lacks artistic taste because X p he compared the rising sun to a broiled lobster. The comparison is rather bad, isn't it? nr? X September 18. Mr. Kenneth Shutt, bass soloist of the University of Southern fgffyl , l'alifornia Glee Club. delighted the student body in Chapel this morning by singing several ditiieult numbers. He was the guest of his cousin. P. G. Snively. YH ! t September 19. Rain spoiled the Faculty picnic-not on your life. They merely ful adjourned to Prof. Michael's home and proceeded with the festivities. N"l Y September 24. Pep session on the front campus at twelve forty-five. The Band was there. t -'if 1 The students yelled themselves hoarse. U, j 4 Songs were sung. 5 1 And everyone had heaps of fun. it I' ' September 25. The entire student body journeyed to Franklin to see the Baptist l- 1 2 eleven trounce our inexperienced team 28-0. Are we downhearted? No! H23 'Y September 26. Dr. Lake. President of the Board of Trustees, spoke in Chapel fm N today. We're always glad to hear him. 5 , September 30. Yea, Sophs! Yea, Freshies! The annual tug-of-war across Lick fl Creek was won today by the Freshmen. After the Sophs had changed clothes, eats Q. were served and the hatchet buried by the two rival classes. pf. ' 1 nf' , , l l ,t N OCTOBER October 1. Professor Ilaramy gave a very interesting Chapel talk on the motto. "' , "I ani hut one. but I am one." I guess so, especially when he calls the roll in French ' classes. I LMI Uetober 4. The 1-'reslnnan class party. held in the ,2XIllll2lSllllll, was quite a success X 1 , in spite of the faet that the naughty Sophomores stole their doughnuts. Shame on you, ,ey ' .luniorsil mean Sophsl Ilon't you think the Gyinnasiuni quite an appropriate place for - Wi! a lfreshinan party? The more dumb "belies" the merrier. 'jr Ht-tolu-r N. Miss t'owan. assisted by Lynn Arbogast. ,gave the students u music test in ' Vhapel today. Iron K1in,t.fer has a perfect ear. So has "lkey," but he was too bashful to if hand in his paper. ,j 2 l .fu in-toln-r 14. Mr. Met'all. a member of the .lane Fowl Voinpany, playing at the Murat Q" - 'l'heatre this week, delighted us in Chapel with a reading. Mr. McCall plays the part of ,f p . Mereutio in the Shakespearean play, "Romeo and Juliet." tl wonder. lVhat did Julia ltrlf eat? lla! lla! ldverybody laugh! '1'lianks.J V r J" lk' . Sk. ' . ' S4 Q I X.. . ' v'1'v'A' ,LJ . if 1. ff. '. -l MA, ,,,VY ,.,-.,.,- , . , .- I'1ly1' Dm' flllHllI'I'Il Fu1'fll'1'i!llI1 Page One Humlred Forty-1mm 4 ' r V v, I., t I , x OH ls ,J 9, . , iv - 1' " t f F -' ,. ., . I, . kv , j 1 f- - -.U 1, ,,f Etna! Cenfral Yicfofious t. L j X October 18. Five heroic boys, broke. ,' al Qmomghg Q2 0 sim ,E but determined to follow the football ruff 23 ,QPF -Djs 'L 42, 4 m a ,2 boys to Manchester, scoured the town 1 'ft 036 fig Q ij, T, X , X trying to beg or steal a means of con- , a,,,2.j,,:'2i,34 :Qt N2 C veyance. Finally, in desperation, they V' 4 9? ,T'2rcgkr. T, I 6.5 persuaded Jasper to take them in his t , 3 195' 2,9-1"r..7?-V" " Nxlf a Ford coupe. They got there, but how? wg, evfz of 1 --335 Q -Xsk Snivelv Settle or Hoos The tri " ' . 941 Y fffvgsbi-in fs -lg fa vi 7 ' " - - q K' p X ,Q My fotffogfegzb-g?rf:Qg,f7 G- Ku vias worth all the tllrnlls, bveeause we FTW R? gg? Q., -Qi 2 Q ,f l.l0l1I1f'Gd Manchestel .... 0. Yea, Team. 1 fo' db eva '4 6 1' r -I A R 'V ' , - l Ljxcol'-Q, 'i V 'VL 7 ,wxo 0 ' XL. H1198 tlvllrlwl' 212. Su-rt-rsll luraivt- buys 4-nllgrllt M W Qi., il' two t'llll'kl'llS that hzul lu-on rmniiiing the Mi' 1537 A R ' V 1'2lllllHlS for tln- lust ss-U-l':ll wen-ks :tml hid N5 t Q Q 1 them in the lb2lSl'llll'lll ut' Men's llnll for i ,ft V 44 future use. To their s.m'11m' SUIIIUOIIP 1-lse 7 t I ' , A :ot th'-in first :tml :I 4-hit-ken llllllllfl' was 1, Q l ff Aw' 1-lnjoyt-d by the-in tha- nf-xt day. "'-' ' '-61 ' A Q 't 'WJ -RN 2' I y , ' t J 3 . ff . e t i, October 24. Yea, Central! Defeated Central Irmiw, .. , ' ENTRlIl.b-1 l-'Un '-F: L wus- Ve Normal today in a football game, 3-0. Revenge " if QS, is sweet. Good's place kick did it. Ip ,ifrga ,y liu' A "V -- s ' " ' fffflf ' "Rx: .ew ff 4' . nge' it . 'L' -.ffiq -Q - 'S ', 7 A k .M-. A. .1 , ' " .' '- N., ,. Q., Y, , - .,-'tfg fb!-',, 7, fl 1 -:'!'.', 5. I'r1yf- Um' Ilnu4lrr'fl I"ifIj1 V v K M H " P1 A 1 n AN. "t 1 w ff. 27.5 51, 4 , Ni-1,mf'f:1.fe .e f 1 L .N .. ..,. E X1 ,x I 1 ,', x f fr' up mf fi 4. . . f -. :lv -fu. 3, .V ..--,J we ,Aw i . r . f-'-qfi... , Lili, Wu :V k,i.1i4,fU,i,fMii,'1,t A . i , g?giV..,g,.W..,. F. .,',l.gf' ', ' l October 31. Muncie Normal bowed in defeat today before our scrappy football team. We will always remember that end run of rl ZAZ Pence's. Snively was so excited that he took three pictures on one X ' H5 pla te. ' 'ii -' .fi ,N '5'1"'fWi Zetagathean Literary Society receivetl their new pins today, 2 X! .Rav 1 fl 1 if l ' K' -M NOVEMBER "2 l s l ' , fr-. D . lsspnomuai-S VVIN Hnmum. Inrsg- Cuass I'7wo1'sHn.L Game ' V lg24- I , me gxf- f T x , - .. ,,,,, J H -Q xg Wan, ,.,. J W - F V-3' IE . tying J 33,35 ,nf ff 1-'iQ ff 1 er ' 5' P' E . - v l 1 1 ' 1,4-.h " ' f W ' N B-sa T wi" .1 ' - it v ' - Q we - -"' 405.14 I j K ,...aa.. 7 K , J, rm If W , -- -- 1 AQ ?t ,ap X qjsspts 5 .x l 0 j fx Ti 'Q E- 1 1 44 Tr fx lr' f I i November 1. Numerous "For Sale" signs were found on the campus and in the Mg 1' college building this morning. All those interested see R. J. Dearborn. f , 175 November 2. The girls were invited to Open House at Men's Hall. to see the 'V-F' ii fellows' array of photographs, their housekeeping ability. etc. Bibles were much in evidence on second floor-possibly for effect. P. G. Snively's room was mistaken for Republican Headquarters. N JI X l .f 'ML Z .H it ' Y a, eff Q 7 Y L Sure of 7, Y ' ' , A.!fv ' . J X126 November 3. The first Oracle copy goes' 92:,"j,7or I Q E Q I!-1' to the engravers. I Season of. 1' M. QV November 4. Election day. It is rumored I if GC-kffff' X, sr Hg " ' that Prof. Holiman voted the straight Repub- 1- V M VY ,V 5, J ,fd , f ..--..- 1 , lican ticket. 'elm 51" 'qc' ,' ' v , ' y ,, s X ,ff ,f .::::::r 4 X Nw November 5. Yes, Prof. Holiman surely im 4 Xf tg M i did vote for Coolidge, along with several 'f - '.-, N M ' X,-if other good Democrats. Chalfant and Vass ' V. LQ remained loyal to Davis. mxgx' J' ...jc . .55:5555'!'? si, , t 2 .qssssgsisl 5 n, :.:ff"l' Ml- , K, t. , 1 , i 7 November 20. Extra! Extra! Sophomores get revenge by defeating Freshmen in LP' ' 1 a spirited footbal game, 6-O. i .- t 7 l ref? Football season formally closed. Letters awarded in Chapel. Mfr , .111 .W November 22. "Right this way. ladies! ,W QM Only ten cents to see the largest collection of g .l , E L gs living freaks! Only one dime! Step right Ey xhif' up!" Such cries as these and many others ,jj .Ar 65, on, were heard tonight at the Band Clrcus. The Ml 7 0 Fi- ea J "big top" was pitched in the gymnasium. ij QQ' W vi lo The athletic carnival was possibly the best ,Mi M 1l' Bef X feature of the evening. "Kid" Hoos won over 1 Y haf .Kb 'f "Battling" Settle in a three-round bout. fyfjg ig. 4 11' Smith won two out of three falls from Cash- Nfl VJ lf 1' 2. 5 '- 1 Q 5 .rod man in the wrestling match. Tumbling acts gf-- ,Qu A 0 O gl 0' I, were put on by Valentine and Catt. Bus ffffl gi. f-' 5 ,qflxglfi Hiestand and Saulo were the principle fun- iii tx ' 'A makers of the evening and Arbogasts' Synco- Z!-,l ISE pators furnished the music. 11 VS, it 4353- MQW 1 O . 1 Lif:"fF.,., , :UL s af, 1.5 y',l75Q?. . tai-2' E. Page One Hunflrcrl Fifty-our: ,fi em 1 4 X . 9,-gf ' , 17 7 - rf' EXE' S ',r't!'1 'T-Vf3?fify ,- fax-,"417j" 'N ,LT"?' fi 'F' Q' 31 1 ' ' fi 'CITLE -'eff 1.21. 1 . 1 fry-vffiiyrmfiizc, 5251 X We November 21. 'tAndy, Min, Miss Probe, Tillie the Toiler, and all the rest of the funny paper gang were at the Press Club dinner. XVe sang Gloria Patri in Chapel today. S, 3' r I :A l Cf 1 Q- November 26. Tragedyll? Students left for Thanks- ., 1,14 giving vacation, vowing forever and eternally not to eat jg peanut butter and syrup until they return. Poor, neglected -- p 3, . peanut butter! Sob! Sob! f IN' ' 4 ' Y 4 14 Q ' Q , , 1, . Ui J ' 1 November 31. Turkey and spice, - f X g And everything nice, - ty' That's what Thanksgiving vacation was made of. ,Lf V- - fl. ,-f..-. Av 5 DECEMBER . vii' December 1. President Deering, of Oakland City Collegefgave a very impressive frftl address in Chapel. Can anyone forget his story of carving the roast pig? lb December 6. Won our first basketball game by defeating Huntington 52-31, ,J Hear us! We beat 'eml Avi I. ', December S. Alice Weaver was tried at a mock trial in Philalethea, The charge 1 was "Blackguarding" the dorm rules. ' JM? December 11. Another gas attack in Chemistry lab today. We're used to it now. NVhen will those freshmen learn to make chlorine under the hood? 1'll bite. VVhen .ff will they? I December 13. Girls' Glee Club gave the operetta. "The Japanese Girl." Visitors thought we had imported real Jap maidens. W 1 x December 16. Had hot cocoa for breakfast this morning. J, December 18. Santa came to see all the good girls at Residence Hall tonight. tHe surely didn't see many folks around.-Editor's Notel. -1, .- December 19. Choir wore their robes for the first time in Chapel this morning. Classes were held today, but no one learned anything. School closed for Christmas ,QT vacation. Hurrah! ,I December 31, "We came from the north, L -'N XVe came from the south. QQ' We came from the east and west-" U' Grumbling because vacation was 0V9l'. 'TQ hifi JANUARY fl . 99? January 1. "Hello! Is this 1-9-2-5'?" No. you have the wrong number. Say, L 'I look at the calendar. ! ? Z '? ! "' ! 4' ? " ' QQ All we-:lr :ln :u1:.:4-lit: look llL'i'2lllSt' of New Yi-:urs rc-solutimls, except "Ikey." Hp mwm- inuke-s any. ll' 'i January 2. Stewart Springer, of Butler College, gave several flute selections in D61 chapel this morning. Leolin Long has a new pair of patent leather shoes. That is, the uppers are leather iklfl and the soles are pattin' on the ground. January 3. Cupid has been mighty busy during vacation. Miss Cowan announced her engagement the other night. ' 53, .Jw ily' X 5 , J g, PI . ripe A , 1 fp' f-fy' "' " ""' "' 7""4d'j.jlf iza ' 3357. - ,J '.I-Brac' -J' 11 ,Y ,T O. 4 Y , ,.' 4.1. .. 1 ed xx-V, Li",.,lw, , -k 'fin' ,JW-Qktx' 1 f '-- "F ff K 3629. 44!.,f.Ui, , ,- . ,, -4 v2Hw,YZfii1 ,g Y.1JLQ.lwQf?3JQJ4'i2y-fiflgj I'fly1a'Uu1- Iluzulrwl l"ifIy-lu-0 , 4190. file 1 -,. w...J s -ff -M. .fm--V -Te-:nf-,451-..:Wl fm ev-f7f'rr'.g'-kia' reader?-.I 'yfwf QE: " fy " fl-1 ef' -pr 'ffl -if-l 1. ffl 'uw 'E' V4-I ZYGLTB . ' ' fi' H' .lv ."V'iL4. -' .fa f .ff R1 , as iagggvfir for ' .- lQi,gf.7 WTF 'Trl' lllflfl 5 x '. 0 January 4. Don Klinger and Bus Hiestand 1 R- UL I J gave their daily recital today at twelve forty to fs 3-M ' N- I 0' u the residents of Men's Hall. I pity the future D 1, Q V l'mi'faf1'ri7 'Hon of the saxophone inventor. Oh, for a brick! iii, 'Q U N, Z ,f-,' ,.g r-1 71' In er - my qgqxofhone .l1anua1iyf7. Dr. Hadley of Cliicalgo Iisitedfhtelre Syn I I Q ant reac rom memory severa clap ers 0 e Q gp 1 QV P .J ' Bible. He also told the peculiar custom of the frog j wer 1936525 which has no tail and "when he down, he sits fg- 2' """'dx on what he ain't got hardly." Q' ffi .-.wi tw January 10. The faculty decided that they ought to know the "children" better, so they entertained them in their respective homes. A good time was reported by all. f 1,315 January 15. Mr. Huddleston, of the National Prohibition League. who spoke in A chapel this morning, told about-a funny experience of his. Mr. Huddleston wears a flf 3' T' number 13 shoe and weighs something over three hundred pounds. He was standing f' M ',' ll on a corner Waiting for a car. It was raining terribly. The owner of the lot came V-g'-F .71 4 . out of his house and yelled, "Hey! Get off that corner and let it rain on the grass." IQ, ,bf-1 January 21. Mrs. Dorsett advertised for a number ten pair of galoshes. f January 26. Zounds! A public confession in chapel that the said pair of galoshes fill' ,QU were the property of Prof. Willis Holiman. CJ gf January 28. Dr. Evans, president of the Indianapolis Federation of Churches. QM gave a very inspiring chapel talk. A Nm . ,I M January 29. Herman Spieth spent the week-end in Lafayette as the guest of , l L Violette Miller. While there he found the sweetest little girl named Mary. For 5,75 1-Q-N further particulars, ask Spieth. 'lil ' J. QN3 1 qi 1-an FEBRUARY g jif February 2. Ground hog saw his shadow. Do11't put your overcoats away. Q! W 2, February 6. About twenty girls from Residence Hall, dressed in evening gowns. had pg' tit", a verypretty dinner party at the Dining Hall, "celebrating Lincoln's birthday." ill February T. Professor Holiman led chapel and quit talking before the eleven o'clock QM bell rang. lVill wonders never cease 'f He really said something. too. Honest! NU' K Y VHS February S. Paul France, Han Barnes a11d Eddie Bright stood in front of the box ,gil 'ig oiiice at the Capitol Theater for an hour before some gentleman told them that it was 5' l '- closed for the season. V V' VTX . . . . B29 gg? February 9. Plnlalethea open Sl-'SS1Oll. 'lheir hall was re-decorated and the Philomu- lm-Q seans sent flowers in honor of the occasion. Muff: February 12. Lincoln's birthday. Special chapel services. xx 'V February 15. Epidemic of influenza causes rumor of closing school. Victims. however, AQ :J 3 3 are all better today. My February 20. Paul Arbogast, among others, saw "Rose Marie" at the Murat. He is A Q1 ffl verv fond of the fO110lVi11" quib ' mn 1 - R ' ' . .ir 5 ,lf Lady Jane-"Herman, your mouth 1S open." My Herman tin disgust?-"I know, I opened it." ,Ufw 1, 1 February 22. George Washingtons birthday. Bishop Font was to have talked to us Qu, but was out of the cityg Professor Marshall told us about "Geawge" Washington and the lit QQ little boy. ' ,AQQW V lay February 25. S-P-R-I-N-G V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N. Men's Glee Club left BRS.-3La L. SW at noon for a ten days, tour of northern Indiana. Snively recovered from I xqi I ' llffg influenza.. returns to school to work on the Oracle during vacation. ,fl I x new A E 11-1 Wi T QE f R H- W MARCH p l Q 5 W Ll . .' . . . VT! tix March 3. Everybody feeling like fthe day after the night before." Q ,i I ye Many baseball and track aspirants answer the coach's call for material. QW Football men start spring practice in spite of the winter weather. , I 9' .f 9 4,A'12,"S?7g, ,,, ,pl a 3. 70.11 W .G k, Q! , .,..:.x.lF. J.--.IC Ka.-,-,.,1.f.44 -will I 'rw WA -' 'QMFL h.,?2,.wf f, ,s .,,- ,- 12' X-snag I- 1 Seed A in "Q 5 , zm. w",,1L ,""' fi? i""'If2-sf 445149 3. .,. Page One Hzmflrcrl Ffffjl-l'llfl'G6 t N 4 ., , . - sw. 1' .sts . ..-. .- - - .K -.,fsQv1 p-- . . .. s .f ,..,'- ,-ws. - Y - -- ,. ' V 51. .. egg -, I ' 'WTf?iJg4i.jfe.fii', 'I ' f l"'k'r' 1x14 J - l .re L 2 .-- sv-1.g',.-'Q .pus .1 'Hs--' 3s.i"5isIe L.t,:.Ll ' 'lyfj March 4. Many listened over the radio to the inaugural services. Glee Club back after M-I singing before nearly 7.000 people in their weeks tour. Don Klinger says: "Well, for once in my life. I got all I wanted to eat." Vanee's motto was: "A broken heart in every ,SM eitv visited. ' -' . E T! Mareh 3. Scandal ! ll Duke Trumbull let out the news that over half the fellows pur- IAQ chased diamonds on the tour. Now hain't that awful? Mareh ti. For the seeond time this year we had hot eoeoa for breakfast. it ,I Ira Landrith spoke in chapel. He said that onee he made the request that all the men ' V in the audienee should stand who had never tied a tin t-an to a dog:'s tail. A frail. lanky - , - individual arose. U "X "I never did." he piped out. f as "Sit down. sister." said Dr. Landrith. "I was talking: to the men." March 15. Une evening while diseussing: deep sulvjeets of interest. "Dottie" Vi-tl2llldt'l' 1 V' ' said. "Now. my eousin. who was in the Revolutionary War . . We wonder just how old our nohle senior is? . ' vr' . X. Blareh IT. Hf all things! It was reported today that one of our juniors, M. 0. Smith, 'f is married. Can you heat it? He never asked us. --Fig t TA Mara-h Io. Someone pineh me and see it' l am dreaming. No, l guess 1'l1l awake. Well. WI' we had grapefruit for breakfast this morning at the eluh. "Van you imagine that?" r sg 10. II. D.l 'lim Bliss Waterbury. in Yietorian poetry 1-lass. was explaining the simile of "hissing geese" ' ,J as hgossiping people." "And all geese who his are not four-footed. a1'e they?" she said. , ff. March 2-1. Ross Harper Bishop made a famous diseovery and announeed today that a 1, dimple is a frer-kle turned in. Q L ii llareh 25. Ilorrorsl Horrors! Someone with a poor sense of lnnnor has loaned lion Nfl Klinfzer an old squeaky elarinet. Just as though a saxophone isn't enough! 'V sy ,IU . . . J -. 4 Mar:-ll BT. Dean xv3If0l'lblll'j' gave a four o'f'1oek tea tor Ruth Hrane. who IS leaving: W' ii! heeause of the illness of her mother. h inn-f-11 Qs. The gn-is an wore rm-if ik best dresses and eomplexions today. ' , . 0 1 7.30 "J Why? The animal student Y. M. C. A. , Mens Ha!! ' - - - ' "' 65 o V I eonvention was held here this week-end ' 05:1 emu and they want to impress the young to 'fl .,.-vw' Cl"+f,Zf':' 'VW men from other institutions. Yes. we flaw' o'tQi,'x J 7QU,,...,.. ly... poor men in Residenee Hall realize that Lg Eli' cr gf :avg ,I ' ' they are here. We had to :ive up our f 1,11 J leak- Nl lv J niee warm beds for them. sleep on the 5a,vn.,' ,' ,Q-"j,',3Lf 1 ek! v' .Glick ly. , QQ" 'floor and listen.to.the 1?urdue and Indie ysxvis.. -X V2 Tl .una delegations hght all night. ass Na+ gl 1.-xsx,kA ML' ED I L- ll ,ly and the eouneil men were kept lvusy U QU 1' jp. ,J-T 3 Vi! . . , . V I' 'L U8 ll -Q if quietlng the boys down. but-h is eollege 43 L5 'Ame K ll I n.--. J D " life! 1 auf Q1 mmm? mm u- do Marc-h 29. The viee-president of De- TI HIIII , 1" IIUIIJII! ff H' l'auw Vniversitv gave a splendid ad- oe 4 V ,I 'M dress in the morning ehureh service. W'f',:?3il. 'hifi ZS! f-'.,LA .N4ltIFf,. QQ. "1 ine who is not a 4'ln'istian is alvnor- ,, ls 9 'ef - Pffx mal." he said. , fi - - . . I . A Mareh 30. Ac-eording to reports eireulated on the campus earlier lll the month. this is Wit the "fatal day" for Ilerman Spieth. lfle and Genevieve Washburn were to have been "fi "split-ed" today. "Atta 'ole pepper." Spieth! ,Ll Professor-Miss Petty. what does sentimental mean? I -,il Gladys-It means soft. Mareh 31. Professor lloliman diseovered today that he has been teaching: a eourse all year that is not even in his department. Now what do you think of that? ,xi Ramon Ilunt and Leon Yass. two nohle seniors. announeed their engagrements to the 65" 'I ? 'f. lVe wish you the hest of luek, boys. jf!! Extra! The first hasehall game of the season was lost to the Butler Bulldogs at Irwin ' Iield today by a sc-ore of T-3. Harry, please don't throw your glove at a hall again. it L",l . .. it-'ii f ,. ..""xt A ' V- os' i I . ' 472'PV-.iif . .ffl-'1 if " T' xi''AHi"5'1f-J"9-A555411 I HEL? 'TQ -'2's4g.f','fl'i" i"1',Fi" If .JT .rf f . R' S 1 4-SL-JA' .ki .,, . .- . -".'ftf5'!'l2. jfzjly L 5 "f ,.'!.J.X?f'.ss'i-l11Q..gl l'1ly4' Um' lllnrflrrfl l"ifi1l-Ifflll' fm -12,27 ,!.3'g: . Fila.. 5 .- -1:11. , ' ,f , -f . - -f--S on-1ses7'l,rcff Sf- 'f - ',a:-Q2 'is-fffif-1ffi"?" "wif s - t F ' J I 'i'- P' -, fit if if V I fi.-ifii .2777 ' c -1 M311 ' - uw" ' 'i .32'fq. ffr ' ,. -- ' .2 or r. i, A -, Q 'k-rl-Qgg7',':jf1lfs I ff Q xv 4' I M ' APRIL V. - April 1. Miss Cowan led chapel this morning and told all the jokes that she knew about IL the various faculty members. She told us that Miss Waterbury thinks that a milking Pi machine would take all the "romanticism" out of milking a cow and that Mrs. Swindler's 3 favorite hobby is riding on a merry-go-round, Seniors were measured for their caps and gowns today. None could be found large enough for Chalfant and none small enough for "Ikey" and P. G. V April 2 Men's Glee Club made a trip to Muncie and Anderson. ve April 4 Freshmen stage a big class party and were unmolested this time by the sophs. ' J i . g , . v N, .1 sg April 8 Tennis team at State Normal, Terre Haute. I V, . April 11 Baseball squad journeyed to Hanover on the Ohio to meet the fighting Pres- --' ti 1 bvterians. IYe won. 10--I. 'X' ' . . . . . . . ,, fri April 16. Jllll101'-S9ll10l' banquet held at Hotel Lincoln in the Travertme Room: ".Xl'ib19 1,4 plays "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," and Carol blushes. iffr, April 17 Baseball team meets Franklin at Franklin. Score. 6-2, our favor. ff: April 18. Franklin College tennis team seen in action l1ere. April 2-I Franklin nine plays a return baseball game on our tield. gjfl April 25 Track team wins from N. A. G. If. and Central Normal in a triangular meet. ' 3 xi April 29 Tennis team plays at Franklin. .j , if? if The I. C. V. Volunteer Fire Department answered a false alarm at Residence Hall 'gf Saturday night and were severely reprimanded by the "chief." Salaries cut. I.. v ' 4 iw pl MAY Q i , , , . . I-I QQ May 2. Muncie Normal meets Pentral nine on our diamond. , if Mav N Hanover IlI"lVi -1 return ff-ime here 5' 7,1 , . Q .. . . t ., . ,.. . we QW. May Sl. Track team goes to Danville. Tiff llfl May 13. Terre Haute Normal tennis team here. N iv May 15. Baseball team goes to Muncie. Z l up May 16. State track meet at Earlham. ' May 19. N. A. G. I'. nine seen in action on our field. i 1 ffl May 22-23. State tennis meet at Muncie Normal. ,iff if May 23. Public speaking recital was held in Kephart Memorial Auditorium. I ji, iiftz May 2-I. Rev. M. S. Livengood, a graduate of Indiana Central and pastor of the Ifnited 'Q I 13" Brethren Church at Peru. preached the baccalaureate sermon. Sunday evening service -,VJ 1, was given over to the seniors and a candle lighting service was observed. Lgf :Y I I . ' R -, May 25. Class campus exercises. Philomusean open session at night. i x fiif May 26. Meeting of the board of trustees. Girls' Glee Ulub recital and baseball game. r-sir! IIA May 27. Class day. spring festival and alumni reception. 5 fx ixqxi May 29. Twentieth annual commencement of Indiana Central. Largest senior class ever if 231' agp graduated from the institution received diplomas. ,hr-' rf-3 ii-. .l. MIN IW' Bu Slaroufo' Akir 72050 - .s.1..f a 'T a'fCel " mg' HZJSNIUII I pi l 3 beUv-HW'f"'5"3' X 3.L'b Nei gn- Ao!! 0 jim, YW .fad ' :J 'fl -1.1 sir r--7. "' t . 1 M, pai ' ? Q 'Ty Tig.: , xx 1 x -X . I 2 V' v A c Q I .I-si C omfdref H115 . l3f1'fi Q3 f Ayr R ,, J . in -f Xr . Edd WAHM Cv iii' ul Dal 87 Sv, 'Uk . is Q V, in H-11714 Cgg Q .ER 0 .3 LQ51 P' I ' ' to c5g,3fi55 1 Q.:4ff,,fs'-55555,-v I l r I ARM.-.IQQTTVVZ m f Lsnf'-fi :ffi-E.S5:.s:gs9f tif .A --Qwfalgfiagsgiygirgg-,-.f,,L. . Y Page 0110 Hzmzlrcll Fifty-fire I T' -25 L 1 a- - -- - --Y-., -ff'-1:fi"5f'Jfl" ATAYN1 n f' jr-E-gi . . , .- Y -'pg' ' r ,v ' fi m as-,'?x'iT'g TTY? my xv' F' hr 1 . 1: ' , i' . 1 7' 22 aijafm i 4' i :F ilfgbgffs-E:i1..1..g4giQ1sg3QlZ5l:m' ffl , f: ,J .',s,:.,r-, ,pl-V1 A . - fy,-it -,K-1.Ah.,!'.4-' q,',Y2., 'xt V .1 4 s PM m,gg,fe rff- i l :dist--' anew, ew in f- 1 'M .kr Y W' Professor Blackburn: "lYhy was Charles Y's reign uneasy?', : Treasie Hardy: "Well. anybody's life would be uneasy if he lived under a 50 4 f - v v ' - ' ,f Diet of Vi ornis. ' E .- . : -:Q fx' sz' -:- sz- is . , -K . -'s' l Student: "That dame pulled something on nie that made ine howl." iii X 4 lflxpeetant: "Yeah, what was it1"' t, F Student: "My ear." L ff 3' 4. 4. 4. 4 4 1 . I., rj Professor tin Latin! : "Did Czesar win that battle Z' ' I Kg 1 -L Julia Good: "Uf course. Caesar wrote the hook." 1 -U L' It Q 4. go 4. 4. 4. ', " l Let us thank Mr. lVrigley. If it were not for chewing gum lots of people lg W we know would never get any exercise at all. ll C' 4. of. 4. 4. 4. 'Q I He: "There's no use talking. woinen aren't game." tif 1 ' I i . Q! L, N bhe: "V ell. they re l,'0I'fill11ly hunted enough. ,N 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 5 -- V 'f . 4 . A I She: "Jack always was a had egg, hut no one seeined to notiee it while he was rich." 4 - She: "Yes. he was all right u11til he was broke." iw' . 1 O'1 0,1 9'Q 0,0 b'4 , ' A 4 A A A L XS . . .. ,. ith Hostess: "Hut why haven t you lll'Ullf,flll your wltef' F559 V . . . . 4 Professor Eaton: "Dear, dear. how eareless ot nie-and I tied a lquot in niv I-17 - uv ' I ,' handkerchief. too. - .V 1 4. 4. vi 4 4. it JJ- , 1 -, x . . . I Q i Sap: "Do you snore in your sleep! ' 'ff' Sinipz 'WVIIPII do you suppose?" , i . l l 5 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. I "J" I i Xena: "Matz I said you eould kiss nie only once." 'Ng ,f Mae: "B-h-hut. d-d-dearie. y-you know how I st-t-tutterf' fx. t 'Ji N 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. I 11 5 Y xg Flare: "YVhat a pity it is that handsoine inen are always eoneeitedf' CL . v . . - V' ,.,' BIPITXIIIQIIIZ "Not always. little girl. I aln not." Us I.. ' f . 4. are 4. 4. 4. E!! ein lil 'fe "Do you find it hard to ineet your expenses at college?" W4 X , "I tind it hard to keep t'ro1n meeting.: them." T j 3 -1' sz- fx. -:Q sz V93 2 , . . . . . of az, Junior: "They niust have had dress suits in Bihle tunes." QD Senior: "llow's that?" Junior: "It says in the llilile that 'Ile rents his elothesf " V 'l ' l -:Q sz. sz- -:Q fx' Del i 1. 4 C51-' ,j Marvin: "My girl has a beautiful enihroidered handkerchief which she Iwi elaiins eost twenty dollars." i X ,I Katherine: "Twenty dollars! That's a lot of lll0ll0y to hlow in." fl' li .-.5"'Q,,,N 'gl , - ' .giant J. SWL A x FL, qi-- . L ,142-4-:.5flzf' i . PSP' 217+ , foF'3.f 1. , 5. V A -155-43 -rsffr:fffs'-f'ff"ffhN"?L' JU " -i 1' Y e 44.-'1ffMf.4- M- - '-wafer: .: JQQH'-.. 3-if gr-L1 I'uyr: Una' llumlrerl l"ifl1l--Yi-I' X l, 11 -.J . .Q ff'?f:?7e5fiQ4X fi-,fffl 1:fTcYli-in-:"P-Tig? 'fi T' ?-T Pfftfift S-life' do 'lf I--fn...sfgeafe- ,rea itifil-12 ' ' . eff , 3 I u ni?" tai ' M ,Q . ' ,v fl , ml ii: l l if . . . J ml Jasper: "Don't knock my Ford: it has l'1-otessor Holiman gave some very valu- I Isl enough knocks of its own." able information about marriage, accord- gg-Q Lam-az f-YQSI every knockg 3 boost: mg to l,eader, Iwho was "all earsf when I fag that-S why itvsv so good on hillsf' the protessor said there was a matrimonial jj I II II bureau in Indianapolis. Yi ull 'A' A' ' K I Ii? I 4 I. 4. 4. 4. II Old Grad: "What did lass do after he I I-'q I g1'Hdui1f9d?" I I "XVhy did Margaret insist on being mar- If WU Older G1'ad: "Why, he's handling quite 1-it-qi in gm airplane?" II-II., fl H bit of real eimtefn I IIII "I don't know unless it was because she f NI ND Old Grad' Selling lt' thought no man on earth was good enough it Older Grad: "No, digging it." for her." fl it 4. 4. 4. I ,II X ,v ,v 3, f' 1 , 44 4' o I FL X . , M . , " ' ' .- , a 1 ' tl lo e l ,yi Miss Waterbury: Why didnt you call IIIIIDXIEFIIILIORIIQIIQ Sjgxlgqlfm of le I us 1 1133 me when that young man tried to kiss ' "' g ' I i .I -II you T' "It's the only way to get the guests to Miss Mason: "But, Miss Waterbury, 1 leave the table." "UL didn't know vou wanted to be kissed." 4. 4. in i il' 1,51 ' ' ' ' f i ' ix, 4. 4. 4. I I J II X5 ' 5 Short-sighted Lady fin groceryl 2 "Is Min QU D1-32005 '-Bet that Cm- Sticks to the that the 'head cheese' over there?" L . .- fi , , . , 101111 HH llgllf- Salesman: "Bo. 111217111112 thats one ot I- W Stadler: "You're 1-Iight. it stuck to it our assistants." MU' five hours this morning before I could In ,I ,XI 1 I N 1 move it." ' ' ',' 4. 4. 4. I If 5 ,W 1 ' Grandma in the motor car Wifi Mrs. Michael: "Now if I had five ap- Pllfhed the f1U'0tt19I down U30 far- F-I,IIl ples and another man had live, how many TWlllkl9- fW1Uk19- 11319 Star- MIX, lg-E' would we both have?" Music DY T119 D- A- R- ' 'Iv 'X' 'X' .I+ 41. 0:4 it fi' X I I . v . ' v - , . . ' 4 'TC fxgau Iguigfng' Liwhy did Mm let go A tortune awaits the man who invents ple' -' I' 0 HQ ff ee ' I an adjustable engagement ring. L 1 gi, R. Iurman: "OIL I wanted to see if I W ME' had a flat tire." 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' I if Mary: "Oh, you mean thing!" I I I I I 'YL Holnnan: "Marriage is a great lnstltu- WI 4. 4. 4 tion " 7 I I 4 4 J' - I -J '7.I' I I I rw , ,. Us '-. ' ', . ,H iQIj' ggi. Clarence Scholl illlflklllg COllVEl'Si1t1Oll1 Z lmlm ' 0 15 the DemtQntl'u5' I l ' "Where would vou rather live t I' I X , , OWII Of ,v 3, ,v, l i ,iii I ,qv A' 4 4 .IQ 1 I, COIIIIIIB . fjli Mabel B. fdelightedl : "Which ever GHQLS fi l Hu place would suit you best." f It LI73 I Didja ever go to a library-sit down- my ting +4 'X' 'X' stick your gum under the table-study I!-I FA awhile-prepare to leave-grab your gum ffl?- , , if ,,- H . 4. 1 ,- I P- - 1: lyk. 'j'-ff Paul A1"1ff ' Im 5151113-H and chew it madly-go home and recall gfyi n V' ' . K . - 1 ' I lI D1. W 11l1ams . 'Can I help you ?" that the gum you had was IVr1gley's. while ,ii I I I that which you were chewing is Beechnut? f . H 'f 'f 'f Now didja? ,I 3AxI,I bin, ifskf Joke Editor fto some studentsj : "Bring Didltl GVGI' S0 to the theilfel' with il boy - ll me any good joke you findf' on a cold night-come out almost famished .OI "R 1 ..--. . " . F- 4. I "' A few hours later Leach and Todd come I PQI IQ OU 1III5I01i1eI lningry yogl IpII WI down the corridor leading Ulsh. W 91 565. mee fi 'ug 19. Siu 3' ue' have a Lite-Saver, Bow didja? ' I 'X' 'X' 'X' 4. 4. 4. fill - . t, -4 km Dr. Cummins fin Philosophy classy: ff-. I-Il --I1 one is to make the most of Onefs lot in Illorothy Velander ishowing engagement II-jf Sf? hte what must 0119 do ?" P11121 : "Don't you think he has good A 3 i - . . - . . . .' ?" lallish Sc-holl: 'Build a service station mst? I I I I, If SQ, 011 lt- Mies. as tar as Jewelry is concerned." Q'- vli, I Wil ET:-. fi Tffisfhffiy V' V lk Hams- ffffwf . iQ jil ., ' if 'aff' ' .Ll-rf 4 - l .I 'Zig 'F ft.-2'E"17T'3"'4'1'I'l7'i?f'?fi6"7l'?fi'f3"-' f?'hi',,l"'ff :-'llflt' ,A--. ..-, - .. F4 -J:-11312:-' inf! i,--. .- x X- - ,. -14 l .sys-Y ne' M xx-' uit 'pgfe fa I Vx -- ll. . MJ. I? ,, f . ..- f fr-. Me, , .. el- T595 .- L-555513 ,hiifg-.45f+t:f,. E352 gllgag Page One H mulrczl Fifty-sc'z:c'n f -Ak 1 ,-1 .1-ti 1 .-f . .. . - Nu, ,,,,. - - if-.iii 'r-"Ja-"gg I 1' 3--:-f, "Axe-'f"f"1"L4. '- -, " 'Z'v'f'6 3 Lffvf? 2 -rf' , ,f fy, , ,-1 1. 1 ,,, .5 - wiv.,-L Q J 1 I Y 'Z 1' 'K , '5f'Qff.,it 1 lil- .x,Qg,,A'Qi'U'LwQ'Qf'iYf 4 ' f-"ff .1 wx '. ' ' f'il'fg,"1L , Ili'-fixi' , !.'f ,,,j,. A rf .- Qu--1. L, -'X Y Fm J I'olive: "Why are you parking l1e1'e'!" AX IDEAL PROFESSOR "-.-. -- iz 'v' v I .gli 1 Intl.. TIIQIP s 11 Mlss 111 the L 11' Nvwl. holds Class m,erUmP, :xx 4. 4. 4. Is occasionally eleven niinutes late, bg Sometimes fails to make :in ussignmexit. , ' Even if you don't see the point to some G1-114195 high, CX: of these jnkBS. ft-'lluw StlltIt'llIS. YOU :IPP Gives few and easy quizzes, C33 supposed to lziugh. ben-zlllse it will reileft Hnce i11 awhile dismisses vlusses. I '4 on our joke editors if you don't. Now let's Talks 111111-11 and asks little, , fx join i11 il good hearty laugh. Hal! Tlloin-. And makes a iinal snap. iv 5 thz1t's line. Edito1"s Note: But nnfortunzltely. there I ff 'X' 'X' 'X' IN no such an aniimail. I xg Roy Blau-k: "Will you Ill2ll'l'y me. dvzir- 'K' 'X' 'X' "Sufi est ?" U V I A Alice: "I l'2lIl.I' lll2Il'l'y you. b11t I will Iwo SUUIPIIYSX :llwaiys respect your good judgment." NIT f03'f't119l'- Worked together. I ,, 'X' 'X' 'X' All semester long, , I . Played together. ,.. ut all the saddest words. gtmlled mwtllgl. Nqr . A f Pu ' 'A That eve-r were writ. Hamm, as H mug. VJ. The saddest ure these. Theug L ' .-Ivlotlso 1-elulf. K-l.aunuPd togetlwl.. 4, 4, 4, Flunked tog.fethe1'. , Wondered what was wrong. if Miss Bennington lc-oining home with A 5,4 A ' KSU i'lill'l"Ilt't1 from Z1 party! 2 "Uh, Miss XVZlt0l" ' ' ' bury' I W ,mm the Bnohyg "Great Vziesalrl What on e-zurth was thu If V Dean ll aiterbury 4Slll111l1R'1Ii"3 NIAIOIIQ mutter with that je-welt-1"!" exvlziiined Mc- 1 73 splendid. dean . 001110 let nie kiss both ot 1-une' gazing at the mlgngvuwm ring in mg WAI-.L von, . 1. Y 3 'X' 'X' ,E Ildhlldl I 4 V W V 'VY XX hut s the trouble! yentureml I.o11,-25, My A group picture of :ill the girls 1-rzizy Xxhy .I mm mm ff'.f'1'f11'2'W Fwtm .M' , Q -- , , I , to X. ttrom Mat- to Renal Oll the 1IlSldl-' .J .nbout Rosvot- Ix11k1n.1n. . . . . ,gf illltl the 1d1ot has put lll halt the axlphu- E bet." , ,. -x' 4- Xz- list I 1 Slmker: "I was told in my early youth IQ that if I didn't quit SIIIOKIIIL' c-ig:11'ettes, 'X' 'X' 'X' I'd be feeble-minded when I grew up." lj , V Eiiglexnmiz "WelI! Why didn't you 1' Miss t'owz111: "Isnt your brother quiet? p N IIIIIIIIITY 4. 4. 4. 'lj'- I.ynn A.: "Is he? I'Ie's so dunib that he thinks Whittier is :1 l'UIll1lill'EltiVE' nd- Hiestand: Sakes alive! I rlon't believe jjj .in-1-tive." no woman would ever have been so fat." Xi! 'P 'X' 'X' Klinger: "IVh:1t y' realdin' now, Bus?" I-.L . . Y . Hiestand: "Why this DIIDOI' tells about ' I Mrs. Mtclnu-I tin Ge-o111f'tl'5'P I "W llilf IS :ln Engzlish wotnan losing: 2,000 pounds." i -Q! an sple-re?' lux A Ennnert: "A splwre is an circle all 'I' 'I' 'I' C51 around." K K QQ-' 4- 4. 4. Miss Weaver: "Say i11 Sliaikvspoawean Q. IC11L:lisl1. 'I-Iere comes :1 bow-legged !I.l1ilIl.' " . 5' RUPIPLE Hbedient Student: "Behold! Ah. what Q Why is :n flznpper like an ln111g.:z1low': is this I see 2lDDl'02lCIllll2' me in pnrentlie- 519,11 Axswrzu sis? I - hhes slniiglenl III the bm-k, pziliited in 'X' 'X' 'X' fy, front :ind 1-11-king i11 the u 111-1' xtorv. , , , , 'f 1 H N ' Mr. Bean was IIIIPPVIPSVIIIZ his sweet- 'I' 'I' 'Z' Il02ll't'S father on the subject of 111:11'1'yi11g.r W, , -,. . , . . , , , Q the young Indy. 1 N4 'HMI I S1 KING I-V -WTWN P13112 "Where :are yo11 o111ployed'!" asked the I cougrh, I sm-1-ze. old gentlelnun suspim-iously. "II:1ve you P.,-1 I snort. I wheeze. :iny chance for Dl'0IIl0fI0ll?" off? I'm in an pvrfevt frenzy. "The best i11 the world," replied young My head is dough, Iivain with UIIIIIIISIZISIII. "Except for the My nose- won't go, otlive boy, I now hold tho lowest position pg! I'rm- got the intluenzy. in the t'0Ilf'9l'Il.n ifx, mf, , I o 1' few. 1.1, 5 nf-. A :'1"' f" A '-N ff ,S J 'pf ,Lf ff.:-1, 1' .1437 V .f.'.,'1 I . ....,a6fyffl+'Sf11 I I .M - ,. M ,QL + . 4 1 y - 1 1. 3 - 1 , . . -' -- ' fb", ' 14 411 "--'Q-' A- q 'X' ' , V -' 'gif ,675-xy, .F .,- -.-aw-w1l'41'1l ,Up-,Q 1 -. ,51 'f ,..-1.1A1.f" .-wr. 'V ' l'ugr'Un1' llun1l1'c'II l"ift11-vigil! ADVERTISEMENTS 1, 'fiigfvif 2 611? A 'gel 4955 ' I QQLQQJ . ss r , w lkgi, f z f e 1 x ,Z I N , Ax I 1 Q I . -l 'I ' " J A ' Y ' ' 4 5 .4 ,l f' ll bs If X, Jx l ww: FN' .91 L D "I OLLEGE and High School Annuals have come to be recognized as an institution. -ga sg x l QQ S 3 ance and number. They areugrovving, too, W V4 in beauty and character, so that many high Amin nk 4 dl school annuals now excel the books issued from colleges a few years ago. In this ad' vancement vve have had no small part. For more than tvventyf ive years We have been helping create representative annuals for schools thruout the middle west and south and thru our help' ful cofoperation have won a position of recognized leadership among annual engravers. Last year three ofour annuals Won four Hrst and second prizes in state and national contests-a testif monial to our service ofvvhich we are proud. This is one of 154 annuals, published in eleven states, that bear the Indeeco imprint this year. Not content to rest on laurels won We have worked out plans to make our service to 1926 staffs more helpful than ever. Editors, business managers or faculty advisors are invited to write and give us opportunity to explain how Indeeco Service can help them publish the best annual they have ever had. X , Year by year they are growing in importf K K' 1 , 1? f , 5 L NJ IND1ANAPoL7.s ENGRAVING CoMPANY 222 EAST OHIO STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA D THB FRENCH CAVALIER, the beautifulfourfcolor process engraving on the preceding page, is our own product. Many national advertisers use lndeeco Service regularly and engravings from our commercial depart' ment appear in national magazines every weelq. fo- ' 1 uv4 , 1: i fi 1 fl 1 0 i ,l 1 we I-kj LAM ,XZ , N 'x M IK Xi, i ,T I, X, N x x V vii' fr ,1 Y- :aw T 1 AE -'1 ' -, - ij if -Af. ' "5 J, , an -- ,HY n,-Y,.,A, ,fu f 5 ' fag , ,, -if vf,-,W -- W, le 5, ,T 4 .1.p,.4Ej14Qf-fiigw 'fin ' , ', ,tg11,'fL'-f'13gLEj: fy we if 1 f'ij'e"'f1,1.- l gljigfii line: ,' . . '. , N Y lg gzixiifzii' ' l,Qv'L-.1 pil" L aifligjgi---',ifL1-:"Q , X i ,,-we , il gli 5 THE 4 C E N T R A L n fl PUBLISHING ang COMPANY QQ, Y E l H . . sy 303 Jackson Building Indianapolis, Indiana N K Cl ww Q Quality and Promptness are Combined in Um' Service UH' All .,,: 1:5 l 1 Page One Hfundrcfl Fifty-nina 7 1 1 YOU WANT T O REMEMBER YO R CGLLEGE PALS l111livi1l11z1l photograplis will add loveliuess and bring g'1'c-atc-1' joy to your life i11 years to c01110. l 1 l l N 1 l I Bliss Nluzo I1n111:1x I This 21111111411 shows our IJl10tOg'1'il1Jl1S of your College pals, i11 thc- halls, 011 the campus, i11 athletics and in 1llllllCl'0llS znctivitic-S. For special orclvrs see or write Miss Lomax for a1ppoi11t111u11'r. 4211i XV:1sl1i11g,gto11 Stn-vt. 1'11l11111l1us. I11dia111:1 1 1' 'V 1" 1 ' I I 4' U f Pug:-Unw111111111-rrINi.L'l11 i- i 'xl , I 1 9 o ,p ee: ,, gy, ,f7--- .---. I-,q-f -e-.,--ff,--fe. mf-rf-IF! Q1'7f7I5i'3i-5 Ii? Ws??77':'fjjf7g1"'4ETiffiff? FI if If f i 'Q so I ' W 'ftlf c c 0 Those Who Have Lmgered Wzthm Her Halls, Contmuczlly I' 3 - Sound Her Prazse ,iii iii! - ilnhmna Qlvntral Qlnllvgr 'lt - - ilibtx Jlnhinnapnlis, ilnhiana l X. i-EG . W ' ' ' I A group of satisfied students and alumni is the most valu- able asset of any college. The owner of this book is a loyal Wilt member of an enthusiastic student body. An excellent faculty I qi and an interested constituency have made Indiana Central an efficient institution of higher education. IH 'W . . . ff' Indiana Central College is a standard college, characterized if In by a splendid environment of high Christian morals. Success- ful teams represent Indiana Central in the various branches f m fill of athletics and debating. Literary societies, Christian asso- ciations, glee clubs, orchestras, band and dramatic club add to the interest in student activities as well as the school paper and college annual. There is no reason Why you should not make Indiana Cen- tral your college. Here is a Christian institution, fifteen L I I Q u n minutes' ride from the heart of Indianapolis. Expenses are moderate and scholarship standards- high. IVrite to President I. J. Good for information. OD it mf! .W F lo MAH A mmf -IVI ii'-57' W ff?1u3f'f'-.Tim .i.a,-:-G- X-'!'5f2'Ti73 A- . a- re- -T Page One Hundred Sixty one THE ELECTRIC RAILWAYS offer you facilities for TRAVEL that cannot be attained from any other source We Want Your Patronage and we know We can save you TIME and MONEY Indianapolis 8: Cincinnati Traction Company, Interstate Public Service Company, Union Traction Company of Indiana, Terre Haute, Indianapolis 8a Eastern Traction Company ' 1,-, 1,-'f, .' I ll f I ll For Service, Satisfaction and Saving go to BAKER BROS. FURNITURE CQ. East Washington Street Indianapolis, Ind. Charter Trips Can be made comfortably and economically in one of the HOOSIER STAGE LINES, Inc. large De Luxe Parlor Car Busses. We Will be glad to furnish details regarding price and dates upon application. HOGSIER STAGE LINES, Inc. 1016 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, Ind. Phone: Llncoln 8572 P S-W d th I C. C. Glee Club successfully in 1925. Ask any member. ,M H, ---Y kg' - Y -Q, f I-1. Y.-141.02 ff , in L Ji ,gf A 5 ,K , LV, V x - - f"L.1, 1, .11 'E , T" , " 110 Il I I fffl Q-f --F H f, if 7 - , f---,,--if -,jf1:T,, :X , V s 1 ' A - vi. j, ,A xwifgf-T is " izf' 'W ' .'l 'XY T .-,fjpf-'V Ls- fu., Q, Q'4rXx'-l". .'g: ' ' 'fx u v V 1 AI iv 4" -J V ' Y 5,.,.m , es.. K, id , --X1 lit-1 -,Ln y L Q I j 1 A vfufifrv,-3 3 -mz..... ..' X-Q5 1,9 - 1' -I W 1,4 , W ' ' X ' QAM: 7lPkY ff""'l"xf' Z. ., 5 ,. U 2913. , ' .fe1e::gJ',.auowe ' '1 . In . A ,,,,5i 2.1-:F 5 L, 1 1- Q75-., s ,. .... W - so V515 of :Wee maria? SH rig I l lil 2' ' , Q51 L-xl ,f-ir 'll COMPLIMENTS L 'fag I .rl , 1 . J FROM A "W FRIEND N' a 1' A l in I ,1 lil nf F9 1 l ol A pf llvllfi' l, v 1 l 1 R CLEM o. VooRH1s 1 w Photographer Ira' Commercial Portrait W f . a 'T' H Wi PHoTos OF QUALITY: ,, 1 F DJ Portraits Nicholson Studio in the 611 N. Illinois st. W, Home Indianapolis 6,35 x ZF . I Telephone Main 4209 J 4 Vi fdlb 1 i +-W3 s...W-s-...--- 1A+'fCVf"3'4'1ggQ11gz5?f?:f1:5'Ti,HQ an-A-w,,:G5fie?i,-.f,-if R , 1 H. I agp Owe Ilundrc I Si.rtl1-four Fl xl 1 ,A-, JM ' l i, 4 r,, f B fm X 1 M f 'figaij-53 f , X 'R 'Y fl,-Qgiai 3-1 A: Q- A:-'gffgtlig we Q ' ' " 3 A - ,1f.f:,f'Zj 'f ff' ""'t' t I O T' 5 , TOMORROW S CITIZENS gf Famous for its farms and factories. Indiana has not neglected the welfare of 'fa 25 its future citizens while building up its industries. I '7 X1 , ' I Indiana Central Colle e, located here in Indianapolis, lavs an important role I fl 3 P . A in this great educational system. It is a plant that pays priceless dividends ' fn ,"a 1 of broad knowledge and high citizenship. E A PM I ,tr As education develops it calls for better facilities for couuuunication- The Lp I telephone, itself the product of many scientific minds. is used most widely ,- fi where education is most general. fill L Indlana Bell Telephone Co. I ,Q iwqg bot NY., L 35,3522 4 'llxrncvr , I A 'ff 5 ,A amd' I . Q N , 5 A Y, N . 1 1 A 5 lrf' l V- Q is F J S h C l C if . . c uster oa o. A 'Olaf W VX' lui Dealers 1n i if l KX,-3 Q 0 o I 3 kj Coal, Coke and Buzldzng Materzal Qs? fi if 'A Cement Blocks Cement gil Plaster Lime gl Q ljll Sewer Pipe Flue Lining Brick and Morror Color Asphalt Shingles 'P' and Roll Roofing .li IM Troy and Allen Avenues fflfi Q Phone: DRexel 3000 INDIANAPOLIS lfw N1 ik if l' 'il' ,wie , ll 4 A 5: U47 , P--mam,-ff ""T'?'aa J f175,?'i E.'f5T4"3'T3OT'l'i' , if' if ft: 'Q '25 'l Page One Hundred Sing-Five T E R S TA T E MoToR COACH SERVICE Between Indianapolis and Seymour and Intermediate Points. EXCELLENT SERVICE - COMFORTABLE COACHES Pay-AS-You-Enter and De Luxe Coaches INTERSTATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY l .Q 'Q ' V! if I? :-- I .-1 .f ' wr--r -' , 3 I ig-'55 Greenwood - Southport 3 'mv-I-ef -'l f we ,Y If W i X EUS LINE 1 9 ' 5.15 ' It ,J J Qtr 4 1 ,-B , - . wwf I ' ' I I ff , ' ' ? ' I':lss1-llgvm Pl'0tf'4'lvd by Liability I N7 'LQ 0 i lnsuram'0 K I X531 ,Q ' ' I SAFE, ITPIPENIJAIIIAPI SERVICE Il X' "L ' lr iw, A-53.71, lL,,, f ft ,gf ' - , ff ""vN"" ' , T011-phono for :xl'l'lil'lgPlllf'llf for -fw in f...,,,... Gregg E-5' Son, CLEANERS AND DYERS INlbIAN.Xl'Ul.1S IN-:nr GIHCGG X SUN: Yun 4-I1-:nm-ul :md llll'll4ll"ll my c'lotl14-szllul rugs 21 vm-urs :lgu :mul I haul not had :lily- W . nm- 1-lsv 1'll'Jlll 2llI1l Illl'Il4l ilu-nl sillw-. Yours truly. 1-l,,,,,,., 111-1-xt-I Tlinu, IWSTY. Special Bussvs JOHN BRILL DREXICI. 11477 '- s. ms , , I I'41!,4'll,,r IlllllllrrrlNi.l'l!4-.vi.1' .- I V ,, , L ,Y . -flxiiil -Y Y V ,ff:Z ' I ' , W' Y' H 'W I "1flw Q eff,-f'1-5' EN 'I' ' a LL! Walk up H It d Compliments save the diff Wear of 7 RUBEN 3 o. B. HANGER Clothes Insurance Counselor -10 YV. YVASHIXGTUN ST.-l'PSTAIRS Directly 'maids it t f 0 401 National City Bank Bldg. INDIANAPULIS Lincoln Greater Values than Ever K INDIANAPCLIS PAINT Ed COLCR CO. pf, Manufacturers of zu , f .ff HIGH-GRADE PAINT, IJNAMELS, STAINS, FILLERS, Etc. if-1 1' i Jobbers of GLASS, BRUSHES and LILLY VARNISHES jg! l .9- We are proud of the fact We furnish all materials in our line to li ' The Indiana Central College I lvvrzr I 124 soUTH ILLINOIS sr. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. le I,I, I 'sif'iii,l'ffl 'iff ' H QQ If-Eirf V 55 ' - rgyp --'iii 2.4 I . ' ,A - Mg, ' "sv I nf-'-V' '1".' , Sig?"-'TNQ'-"N "A'TT'f"i"L1' gif? W I .I2-4 A , ,IZ QQ: M-335,33 5 124 S ?'Q7If1Q:Qg i1,,fJi,lQL ,iff C I gc One Hunrlrcd Q' ff 'Q ,,,s.11",.,a- -Q52 R' A .-.N,.,.,..- H-'-f- -- --LT,-.m ' A A Y r 1 A 1 'A" ' Qi pl l7'1e C1:'.', TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 1 i 2-" lj: You will want good sight twenty years from now. But if you are going to ff? have it you must not neglect your eyes now. i -,4 If your eyes pain, don't put off attending to tliein. Have them examined gift' at once. I H xl If you need glasses we will prescribe the correct lenses to relieve your eye L 'Q trouble. y , ,-J If yfbll do not need fll6lll we will tell you so. R'-fs i-'fi x WBT, CHARLES L. SCHMIDT, Inc. Optometrists and Opticians My 137 North Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, Ind. W3 .ll l i J U pi Tires Tubes I 6 6 7 9 -I . 'I no Accessoms J ohnnys Place I 'S . ',,l - B A K E R B R O S , The Corner Confectioner GARAGE SODAS ICE CREAM if BATTERY SERVICE Wy: LUNCH CANDIES 5 Repairing of All Make Cars f I .l. , pk!! . . 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It pays to Greenwood Lumber Co . my ugfplf, Get the Best C X , ,1 11 1 1-' Greenwood, Indiana Q01 1 ' A . J WPI Y' . jig The first cost of the best in Hardware gp, :tm and Paint is but little more than the cheaper kind. You'll never notice it in l '1 4 the tgtal Cost Qf your house, All kiIldS of House Building Material P1 Q . - - DJ find M111 Work. 1 .V .1 vi Lumber, Lime, Plaster, Cement, Coal, 1'6" 3131" HARDWARE COAL FEED 1 C193 Coke, Shingles, Fence Posts, Glass, Lath -Q At 'W 1 t J pigikl -ii. K' .F-, A All 7 Berdel EC? Tomey 11411, University Heights ' Phone 196 Eyjl H I 'fl 'fig Phone: DRexel 7807 CALL AT OUR EXPENSE 2 I -N NFL N1 . 1 l '-"1l'1 'yi 5 Y J 1 ' ,LM .. , . if 535 You ll Lzke the F lacvor fp I fl l NA xt, E My Q A. W KINGAN' 'L' "taxi as sv ry RELIABLE - R-T17 5-Q1 f' 51 1,1 HAMS and BACONS N1 W1 1 1' 1 X -' 1 .dl i7'T'A L4-1 tiki' Made from choice, corn-fed hogs. Q11-i 5541 Each piece carefully selected. Lean and fat properly proportioned. , Ji Q Cured by special mild-cure formula. 9,3 W3 Smoked slowly with hickory wood. till Sweet, juicy and tender-delicious. jj, Qi . wk if it KINGAN e oo on tif? "Qu A Pork and Beef Packers up w. gli INDIANAPOLIS gl X' 1 L. QW lex 4 'gp " " 4jr1v3g3f1'jgf+Tl1f A! K iTQ,2.:11l al lfffid ?i A2253 3Si1e2?4"' -1- k '5MM2Q4srlL.L .ge'4l?fQ5L'LQ- Xi -fi-5 Page One Hundrcrl Simty-nine Compliments of oiacixr IIIIMEMHER National Education Agency A I-HN 'frzictiou 'I'e1'u1i11:1l ' INIPIANAIWDIIIS. INDIANA X Our Motto: SERVICE Dr. Fred B. Kurtz Physician XVI- Iulvs- opvliings :ull the time for wvll- I Irzlillvul :mil 1iI'02fI'l'SSIVO f9:lcIl0l'S. NVQ- will gin- illtc-Iligvlit Service in timi- inp: thv plawv for which you 1111- Iittvd. Writn- ns 1'0ll4'1'l'IlIIl1l.' the subject and sul- :lry ill-sirq-il :xml we will put you in IllIIlIl'- dizm- tum-I1 with wills C0l'l't'SDOlllIIllg to vulll' 1I1'SIl'l'4 410 Occidental Building MARY FRANCES WILSON ,L 1 4 1 I MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY C. G. Conn Band and Orchestra Instruments-Leedy Drums- sf. Marimbas-Drum Accessories-Vega Banjos Cin every stylej- , Standard Sheet Music-Books and Studies-Brunswick Phono- A graphs-Victrolas-Thompson Radiola. ' 27 East Ohio Street lwyr Uni' llllurlrrrl N1'rr'ul!l Hume-Mansur Building I INDIANAPOLIS HMT- I -"Mau ' f Ni -V'11--. ' 4 11+ Z-'W T47 nfl ff' 'Vgi ' eUfiliL1iAl4f A .,l, i AALI1 .: ' E E,, 2 . ' po - Headquef Equipment for BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, TENNIS, HUNTING and GYMNASIUM Sportsman Headquarters The Gus Habich Company 136 East Washington St. Compliments of Doctor Robert L, Guedel DENTIST Corner of S. East and Prospect Streets and University Heights Phones: Drex 0200 and Drex. 1454-R EXTRACTION A SPECIALTY 'fl , 1,137 -"i , ,,f.1f':y -I 4111, 1 ti,'Qt 1' 55" " fr ffl'-5,19 .il-fig l Let Lang Make 'Em Fraternity Pins and Badges 'That you will be proud of. Novelty Jewelry designed and hand-wrought by young men for young men. TROPHIES--CUPS-MEDALS THE snor or Maxwell C. Lang Jeweler and Stationer Phone Main 3667 310 Kahn Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana ' , Y,-. . ,fy-ge-1 o , , 1' 1 , f L Tj 4 if rf l I i'MN7A W, -Y --. H V , - lin . . -tr -, K - s Y i ,s,,,.,. i N' reggf 1, an ' K 5, f i 3,2 1 V Y. 1,7 I P 1 7 I 6 r 0 -1 R ,, ,J it ., , 4 -fi ,J -f, A -f ,,f44.,,s.,'.NyJ QF- A -I - 7 A ,AJ ,axles ,xl .. ,We . H. 7 in ff agc 0110 Hr nf rm S ren ll-OH 4" 'ggi 'ff THE FLETCHER A ERICAN NATIO AL BAN IQ of Indianapolis -- if I l THE SPIRIT OF A BANK FE' It is a well 1'ecov'11ized fact that the S 1i1-it of il Bank-the niotive which lf. e 1 1 f ,ft I ' l guides it in its dealings with custoluers-is the most effective Builder of Good I 5' I ft? VVill possible for il bank to possess. Not how 11111011 it C2111 lllilktt out of il CIIS- IQ3 . . . . . . . ' 'rl tome-1', but how 11111611 it C2111 do tor llllll. COllSlSt6llt with sound l1z111k111g, 1s the W, . I, spirit that I'llI1S through the daily relatioiis of this Bank with its custouiers. ',' iff-f ij! A 11oNTHLy lxtwmxc 1101.101 w1I,L John M' Xhfilliarns lfh BE A XMAS I'liE'SENT THE QSTII OF EVERY MUNTI-I Watch Maker and Jeweler 5 3 tQ7..t .Q Official Watch I11speai'to1'. Vznudzilizi :md ffl I I l E' E. I'e1111sylvz111i:1 Railroads :uid T. H.. I. IVE h .Q Trac-tion Co. L' 3 State Agent Q13 .m,. John Hancock Mutual Life 1,1 Rooms 42930, Occidental Building ,Wi Fourth Floor ajft i .l 1. T12 Guaranty Building INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA S. E. Cor. Illinois and Yvl2lSllilIgt0ll Sts. fl-1' Circle was Main 4148 Phone, Main 1946 lf' if .A 'W I If 1 .HI ,,' 7 ---ffri V, -jx! 4, ,v. .X Wi! . b ', fl" it ?!":"'f- -- . - Y - 'YJ if 1- 4 . ' , X x - .nh K li A A I h 'Ili .Q fl--If x.'f?j1, -if fyllj Page One Ilunflrcrl N1'vf'n!11-tzro i"Vf Lf, ' fl. ,,X,, .gsm xi, .3 I ,f 'I I , t 'vs .fi 1 ,, w, " ii it -if..-5- f' mi. we f , ' we I J,-gr.:-' ' ' ,V .gf 1, ' is I . 'il XIV ,g IN OUR fl I ,1 ' SERVICE ' I I ' ' On Saturdays is E X,- 1923 1924 Compliments of lg Lorin Stine - w' 1 v' is i11 ' . intl 111 lelgbsgll 1 CO. in XVill Be Glad re sei-ve You - D . i UTIH, SWG for m,m.. Manufacturing Opticians K1-31153 Brgg, 148 N. Illinois Street Courthouse Is Opposite Us ' . 5 zos-2o7 East wnslnngmn Street Men's Hats and Furnisliings il C t harac er IDX O certain individuals who achieve success honor- I e.sY ably, we ascribe that indefinable attribute: char- ifiw acter. The inherent qualities of those individuals 155. are also possessed by certain publications. l R . . . DITORIAL excellence gives The Indianapolis 223 News character. Impartial judges rank it among Gift the great newspapers of the Nation. Since its first edition in 1869, The Indianapolis News has striven IQ to be, first of all, a great newspaper. Its columns reveal its character. lllliixx QI e Q V . ND APOLIS EWS in ' W - iiafklla 1 13- ' ,.'t , . . I Page One Hundred Seventy-thrcc ' "WWA f ' - f?Qff'.?Sivk al. ' ,XF 3 , AUTOGRAPHS 511 A .LQ al , Y 1 11' . I cf pg- 1 F. ' I . L X 1 'I gm IT Q I ,X ow-N: , I K I 9 1 ,V r V E -.0-" 4? , si' -as-.Q I w E, . -4 , . -. fl ,p ' 1 - vm U A I SQ fi fl' lx V I ' lf 1 -Q 1 ". 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