University of Indianapolis - Oracle Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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B. ARBOGAST Business Manager Cfhc-2 1926 Oracle Dolume UIII v YR -i-4 O x 4 9 s 11 :i g D - J' A' 5 . ' . "'0cC:v iff'-ffPUBL1SHED BY:2 SENIOR AND JUNIOR CLASSES OF INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEGE INDIANAPOLIS Foreword 0 those who have been here and know the high ideals for which Indiana Central College stands, who have enjoqed the manq close friendf ships that can be formed in a small college such as ours, to those, in order that then mag not forqet the commonf place events in colleqe life, we have endeavored to bring a qlimpse of the campus during 1925 and 1926. onten Administration Classes Activities Athletics Y Dedication Duruyard Leslie Eaton Cx ln token of our appreciation of his seventeen gears of loqal and unselfish devotion to our colleqe, we herebq dedicate this volume of the Oracle. 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He is an inspiration tu all whn wine in cwntact with hiin because of his line Christian influence, wise counsel, and keen foresight. Nor can we forget how patient he is when dealing with our mistakes. The live build- ings that have been erected on our campus during the past tive years are, in a large measure, due to his determination and hard work. We know that Indiana Central College will Continue to progress in future years, and that the plans al- ready established will be worked out since we have such an efncient leader to guide atfairs. Page Nineteen 1 3 3 1 E Hour-xcii XY.-XRD Nl,-XRSII,-11.1. Vin'-P1'c'sidc'11f Head Dvjuzrtnzczzf of EdllU7f'1'UlI Gracluate of lncliana State Normal School, 19045 Life State Diploma. 19063 .-XB., Earlham College, 19083 All., lndiana University, 19103 Columbia Univer- xitx' 19 .loHN Ais1,l,x11 CUMMINS Profvssor of Plzilosojvlzy ill., Utterbein College, 18373 A.M,, 18903 Graduate Student. Chicago University, 19003 Ph.D., lndiana Central College, 1911. lJlTRWARD 141251.11-3 Elx'1'oN Professor of Plzysifs All., Earlham College, 19071 .-XM., University of Colorado, 19083 Graduate Student, University of 1Vi5- consin, 19093 Chicago lfniversity, 1l'7l3Q lndiana Uni- versity, 1917-18-20. Page Twenty AIX., Indiana WILLIAM PITT IVIORGAN Professor of Biology Central College, 1919g A.M., Indiana University, 19233 Indiana University: On leave, 1925- '263 Sigma Xi. SIBYL VVEAVER Professor of English AB., Indiana Central College, 1916g A.M., Indiana University, 19185 Graduate Student, Columbia Uni- versity, Summer, 19225 University of VVisconsin, Summer 1924. Page Twenty 0 e ALVIN H. M. STONECIPHER Professor of Greek and La-tin AB., Vanderbilt University, 19135 A.M., 1914g Grad- nate Student, George Peabody College for Teachers, 19165 Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, 19175 Phi Beta Kappa. XYILLIS 1-IIJLIAIAN Rrgisirar Profvssor of Soviology AJS.. Indiana University, l913g A.M., 1920. , FERN Cox' Hmm' of Home Evouomifs D6'f7Ul'fll16l1f ILS., Otterbein College, 19233 Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summers, 1923, 1924. LYLI43 JoRn.-IN AIICHAEL Professor of Clzemistry HS., Otterhein College, 19193 M.S., Ohio State Uni- versity, 19203 Norton Company Research Laborator- ies. 11'oreester, Blass., 1920-213 Ohio State Univer- sity, Summers, 1923-243 Massachusetts Institute of Teelinology, Harvard, Summer, 1925. Page Twenty- two JOHN W. GEORGE Plzysical Education A.B., Qtterbein College, 1922, Ohio State, Summer, 1924, University of Illinois, Summer 1925. CHARLOTTE LUCELIA XVATERBURY Dean of VVOmen .-lssociafte Professor of English B.S., University of Denver, 1893, Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1901, A.M., University of Denver, 1902, 'University Of California, Summer 1910 Page Twenty-three JOHN J. HARABIX' Professor of French AB., Earlham College, 1918, Columbia University 1920, Chicago University, Summer 19243 LLB., Ben jamin Harrison School of Law, 1925. Fklin ELMER RIARSIIALL Pmfcssm' uf Pzzblif Spvalsilzg and Oratory Graduate of Albion College. School of Qratory, 1902g Lyceum and Cliautauqua, Seasons 1905-1918. SAM UEL EDWARD LONG P1'ufv.v.w1' bf Bilvlzral Lz'fvVc1z1'1n'c and H0llll.1L'fI-L'5 ILS., Xlestiielcl College. 13993 M.S.. 1903g A.M., 19063 UD., 1908. Rox' JULIAN Slrjvvrilztmdclzt of Traininzg 51611001 'Indiana State Normal. 19155 All., Butler College, 1922. BlARG.XRE'I1I'IA ASC1'I1fR Professor of GUIWZUII L'niversity of Grenoble, Franceg AB., University of Micliigang A.M., University of Cliicagog PILD., Uni- versity of Michigan, 19173 Michigan State Teacher's License, 1924. Page Twenty-four GLENN tAxR'1'HL'R ULACKISURN Professor of History AB.. lndiana Central College, 19223 A.M., Indiana L'niversity, 19225 Graduate Student, Harvard, Sum- mer 192-1. 011 leave, 1925-26. PAUL E. ZERBY Professor of Ecoizouzics AB., Eureka College, 192-lg A.M., University of Il- linois, 19253 Foreign Trade Clubg Cosmopolitan Club: Theta Delta Pliig Pi Kappa Delta. Page Twenty-five FLOYD E. BEGHTEL Professov' of Botany AB., Indiana Central College, 19125 All., Indiana Universtiy, 19175 Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 192-lg Phi Beta Kappag Sigma Xi. Ouvii KILER Head of Violin Departnzclzf Scholarship Student, Cincinnati College of Music under jose Marieng 'l'eacher's Certificate, 18995 Ar- tist's Diploma, l9OZg Student of Henry Beisenhorz, Charles Exhricke, -lacobsen, Chicago Musical College and Gaylord Yost. IMRI M. BLACKHURN 1H.YfI'llt'f07' in Piano Ali., Indiana Central College. 19223 ll. Mus, 19225 All., lndiana L'niversity. 19243 Phi lleta Kappa. Lois 1-3RowN DoR5E'rT Director' of .Music American lnstitute of Normal Method, 19183 B. Mus., De-Pauw Universitv, 19203 Student of Theodore Har- rison of Chicago. 19213 Student of Theodore Van Yonx of New York, 1922. Twenty-six HARRY R. BIATIIIAS Professor of Matlzvizzafzhv A.I3., Indiana Central Colleffe, 19233 AAI., Indiana 6 University, l'325g Sigma Xi. .lassni L. H ,xxnrtn .issisfazit Professor of English A.l1., Indiana,Central College, 19161 Harvard Uni- versity, Summer 1972-lg L'nix'ersity of Chicago, Sum- mer 1925. Page Twenty-sex en RUTH MCCUY Crifir Teaclzcr B.S. in Ed., Indiana Central College, I9 -I MRS. B. XY. S'l'UDU.XRlu Art lzzsfrllrfof' Graduate Cnioii Christian Collegeg Paliuei' College of Applied Arts, Summer Sclioolg Studied in New York, Ruston, and Cliieagog Pupil of Ralph Helm Jolionot. LIQNNA ELIZABETH Sxiueic Pz'z'm'z'j1aI of TI'UflI1'llg SCIYZOOZ All., lndiana Central College, 1925. REV. XV. R. MUNTGOMI-:RY College Pastor AB., Indiana Central College, 19l9g RD., Bonebrake Theological Seminary, 1923. Page Twenty-eight A.lZ.. 1 'l'we-my-nine Num- A. SQHULL Sl'l'l'L'fUI'.V-TI'L't'l.YltI'L'l' mlizmzl Central College, W21. Lvxmx ST.xm. CNIIf7'0L'f4P7' Rliv. J. XY. 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'1'11I -.II -I- -. 1--Ivy 1 1-1,l. r 1.1...,II,1 I 1' il .1 ."II-'ru f1.'-N' 1"1'1b1I' ,'1- J J "111., ' .I-9111 A I.'1'1"'x1,41A ' IIYIfI11'IIIIII:I 1II'I' 11 lm: v', 1 I .-11.1. 1 Seniors NELLIE XVINTERS Indianapolis. Ind. .1..l:,. Majm's--English! an d Frelwli, FRANK NOBI F Indianapolis, Iml AB. Majl lr- -Matlienmtios. ' , Evansville' C'ullwg'e '21-24 T If L Q , - ' ' . QL what ,ll 1134111451 I L11 ,,- ' A . - T AA. Id.-14,0 . fig. L 1 CHALMEH L'ONI,N'lN " N' I.fwg'nlispux't. Ind. ,if QA. .dl All 'ul U ' M:1jru's-I-listury and SC-iwu-Q-. .Q 4 lla gf CAROL CUOPLI Indimiapolis. Ind B. Mus, Major-Piano. Pollege Choir: Glu- Plull mnalwxtil 'l'hPac-allosin. 1lER'I'Rl'lfE JOHNSON Imliamilmlis, Ind. A.l:, Blziicwiw-l+D110'liwl1. Frenc-11 . A D- - 'I'l1eac-ullusiag Prvsident 'Jug Cbiimll Stuff: Assistant Dean: Drzlrmitic Ululy, A.l-., Mzijlws-Pliysif-s and Mfltlwm itnx Fmltlwall. 1r'l"I'H ALHRIGIVF Colfax. Ind. A. li. Mzijui-s-llistum' and lvlatln-rnzitics. Innliana State Normal. '22-'233 Foot lmll: Basketball: Band: Baseball HC" .-Xssociutilm: Y,M.C.A. Cabinet Zvtzlgntllozl. MAHCELLA CORNE l ET Elkhart, Ind. A.B. Majors-English and French 'l'l1e-an-allosia. President Lrlee Club: College Choir. 1-10131.13 ADAM's YVilkinS0n. Ind Page Thirty-five BI.-XRY ELLA BVSHONG Syracuse. Ind. All Majors-French and Mathematics. 'l'lieac'allosia: Glee Club: Press Club: H1-af-le Staff: Reflector Staff. GLENN DRAGOO Muncie. Ind. Majors-English and Physics. Public Speakingt Zetagathea: Dra- matic Club. V.-XRL S. lXiENDEXHAl,l. Colusa. Ill, .X.H. Majors-Biology and History. Oracle Staff: Baseball: Basketball: Track: Association: Football. LIILDRED BARNHA RT Center Point, Ind. AB. Majors-English and History. The-acallosia. President '25: Booster Club: Basketball: Y.XV.C.A, Cabinet Summer 'I5. JOSEPHINE ALBIN Paris. Ill. .-LB. Major-Home Economics. Pbilaletliea: Booster Club: Press Club: Re-Hector Staff 'llc Glee Club: Y.XY.C'.A. Cabinet. FRED ARMENTROITT Lexington. Ill. AB. Majors-Physics and History, Philomuseap Oracle Staff: Basket- ballz Football: "C" Association. EDNYARD A. PENCE i Morocco. Ind. A.L. Majors-Biology and History. Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Cheer Leader: Glee Club: Basketball: Football: Track: Oracle Staff: Baseball: Boost- ers Club. MILDRED VVASHBURN Marshall, Ill. A.B. Majors-Home Economics and Eng- lish. Philalethea, President '26: Senior Class Secretary '25-'26. I'AI'I, AIiH1HiAS'l' -X.I1. IDvL':1lul'. III. 'Nlajfws-Hinln,-qv :md 1'Iuf1nistr'y. Illinois XVesll--van I'11ix'vrsily '12-'ITIQ Ae-thz1g':1the-u. P11-sirlvnl 'Elk Ifcmtlvall: 11111-Ie Stuff: 'Frau-ki Glu- Club: 'IIIINII "l"" .-Xssm-inliulli Hlwlldq-sI1'zI. MARY lvI'NH,-XM A.I-2, ,-Xlulersuxu. Ind, ZX1:linr-s--Iiistnly and Eduwllion, I'I1il:ulI-tln-ug Gln-If Vlub, MA HY MARSHALI. LIS. IIIIIIZIIIEIINDIIS. Iml, 'VIz1jm's--I'Cu glish, Latin :md Histurv. I'I1iIalvtlwzx. I'1'r-simlvmn 'ISL 1"n'af'Ie 'xmffl May Qll1'HII, Iii FBEHT PARSONS AIS. IIHIIZIIILIIIHIIS. Inwl. III:u,im-s-ilwm-Ii :md Biology. I"hilnmusv:x: lwlmting Team' Vlmirl Glu- Flulv. I'u-sident 425-'lfig YM. , UA. Vuhimft 'Jil-'HQ 4'I1'f-IwHtl':11 In lla-wlm' Stuff. II HUMAN Sl'lH'l'l I X.I'Z. I'Il2II'Il'SI1lXYII, Iml. N121-i4 :Vs-f Hia nlugy :xml I'I'Il'IIIISII'j', l'hilum11s1-u: livlln-1-tm' Stuff '24-E53 enuxc-Iv Stuff. lflslitfw-in-f'hi1--fi Press 4'Iub1 Iizlsvlmllg Fmmilmll Mzmxigm' '51 Hiolugy Axsisluul 'iii-'Hg Huustm' Vlulf, YICY.-X IPVNIYAI1 .LIL IIIRIIIUIPIII. Miq-I1 AI:14im's-IC11g'IisI1 and Erlllmnti-flu. 'I'I1--m'uIlusi:n1 III.-.A Club, AlYIl'l'I,IfI IIANKS X.I-I. fllzllnlvin-xx'. Iml. NI:n,iu1':4-Ilistu1'y :lml Mllsim-. V.XV.l',.-X. Vxxlvinwt 'iff-'If-I1 4'I1m'uS. 4,lvv1'IuIv1 l'I1iI:lIm-Ill-fall Inmate-1'1'1l1l,g Hrzlvln- S-lzlft' 224324. I'iAl.I"H LIGHT .X.lS, IIHIIZIIIHIIIIIIS. Ind, hIlIj1lI'S-IIISIKIIH' und Bifrlngy. Z4-lugulln-ax, lJl'lfSI1It'IIt 'Z51 Hvllw-lm' St:xtT 'Hg Inuxnmaific- lflulrg I3:1skvIlmll Y.BI.l YA., 1,I'l'SIlIt'IlI 25926, I Page Thirty-six Q Thirty-sex 'BN ELSIE N, EASTBURN ELM. Indianapolis, Ind. Majors-Piano and Voice. Otte-rlueiii College. HOXYARD ULSH A.B. Laketon. Ind. Majors-History. French and Mathe- matics. Philomusea, President '2ti: Debating Team: Reflector Staff Editor-in- Chief: Pre-ss Club: Manchester Col- lege '25: Academy Instructor. .1, r'I.AY'roN STADLER ji7'-'JL.--vffL-- ' " . AB. Terre Haute. Incl, - 1--, --L Majors-Bible and Public Speaking. v A ,, Philrimusea: Retlectm' Staff: Dra- - matic Club, ' VERA HOFFIXIAN ,-LB. Saybrook, Ill. Majors-Home Economics and Eng- lish. Y.XV.C.A, Cabinet' '24-'25g Glve Club: 1 4 Theacallosia, I e -gf .L ULENE GILLIA'l"l' A,B. XVashington. Ind. Major-Matliematics. The-acallosiag Y.XV.C,A, Cabinet. 'L '252 Basketball. CLARENCE E. LIECHTY A.B. Indianapolis, Ind. Majors-Mathematics and Physics. Y.M.C,A. Cabinet '23-'Hp Physics Laboratory Assistant '26: Rem-ctor Staff, Editor-in-Chief '15-'xoig Phil- musea. President '25. EDGAR BRIGHT All. Elmira, Ind. Majors-History and Binlugy. Zetagathea: Football: Baseball: Track: Basketball. Capt. 'Hz Association: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Cen- tral Normal '23, ALICE NVEAVEH AIS. Sumner. Ill. Majors-English and History. Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet '23-'Zip Oracle Staff: Philalethea. President '25. wi A 1 Y t 1 5 -Q -'tA RUSSEL SETTLE All. Terre Haute. Ind, Majors-Chemistry and Mathematics. Purdue University '20-'Ill FOUUWGIU Senior Class President. ERXYIN DUTY AB. Decatur. Ind. Iilajors-Mutliexmitif-21: and Histnry. BLANCHE PENROD .-MB. Indianapulis. Ind. Mu.jr'n1'siBi0logy and History. Philalethea: Biology Assistant '24-25: RQHef't0r Staff: Glee Club. XVILLIAM NEXVFSERG .-LR. Gilsou, Ill. ' Mz1j01's1flXIz1tlienmtic'-s, Pliysilgs flllll French. Philornusczl. LESLIE ROBERTS A.B. Iudiuuaymlis, Ind. Majm-s-History and Bible. Y.M.C.A. Cabiuvt 'ZZ-233 lbelmtinig Team: Pliilmnusn-za, President .351 Basketball. RICHARD S. H.-XR'l"I:1R A.H. Iiidigiiiapolis, Ind. R121-ll1l'+PN5'f.'i11 rlogy. Baseball. JESSE MAE XV,-XTSUN ,-Lift. Allziir. Ill. Mzijors-Eliglish and Frvm'h. '1'l1vaL':illfxsiu. HUYD TODD AJS. Decatur. Ill. Majm's-Mutliaematics amd Philos.:- phy. James Millikwu Univ'-rsity' 'jill Zem- fg','3thH?ll Football, JOHN EDXY. SHARP A.l-1. Corydnu. Ind. Maj:urs-Clic-rnistry. Mutlieniatics. and Educzitirm. Zutugatlleali Aczulr-nu' 1nstrun"tor. HOMER ROBERTS All, Sheldon. Ill. Majoi'-Bible. Zetagatliea: Y.M.C..-X. Cabinrl: Gle- Clubi "C" Assnciatifilii I-Iasketluill Choir. Page Thirty-eight Seniors VEN the seniors of '22 were astonished when the freshmen matriculated September 11, 1922, because there were almost one hundred in this new class. The upper classmen remained in a state of bewilderment for such a long time that they even forgot to play jokes on the freshmen. Probably this was due to our intelligent faces and to the confident manner in which we conducted ourselves. The class organized and elected Mr. Paul Chalfant president. The memories of that happy year will never fade from our minds. NVe had a party at which we enjoyed immensely the games, conversation, and refreshments-that is, the refreshments that the sophomores deemed it courteous to leave after they had taken all they wanted. Un September 10, 1923, we again registered at lndiana Central College. but, ah, that sad day when we found that many of our former classmates had not come back. However, our class was large even then, and so we comforted one another and reorganized. Mr. Chalfant was again elected president. We had a "kid" party soon after school began. and even those who were homesick became well. I don't want you to think we were frivolous, because we weren'tg we had very scholarly habits. .lust think, two years had passed! After a summer of leisure. we again enrolled as students at lndiana Central. on September 9, 1924. A few more of our class did not return, but we had some new recruits, and they soon became true members of our class. Mr. Leslie Rob- erts distinguished himself as class president. Oh yes, 1 must not forget to tell you that we took revenge on the seniors for having borrowed our refreshments when we had our party in '223 however, they took it meekly, since they had played the same trick. Thus the third happy year passed. lt is impossible to tell you how sad we were when we saw the seniors solemnly march into the chapel audi- torium on Senior Recognition Day, for we realized that our friends were going to leave us. At last we assembled September 8, 1925, at Central fndiana College for our last year together. All the old members returned, with the exception of two or three, and some new members were added to our class. In December, the class had a party, and I will never forget what pretty gifts Santa brought us or how funny the reindeers were when they climbed upon the couch. Alas, to think that we are leaving those halls where we passed so many happy hours, and where many beautiful friendships were formed! Page Thirty-nine Page Forty Juniors EVERETT H OFFMAN Saybi-nolc, Illinois A. B. Mn.jo1'sASoQiology an cl Ei -4 vnu- mics. DICK GI LLIATT Xwisliixigtnn, Indiana RS. Majm'-Biology. PAVL FRANCE Clay City. Indiana AB. Maj: n--Histnry, EDITH STAHL lliclialmlmlis, Indiana H. Mus. Mellini'-Yuice. HOXYARD PATTON TVu1'sa W. Indiana A.H. Majurs-Sovinlugy and Eunnl- nfiic-ra. MARY MABY Aki-on. Indiana A . H. Majors-Englisli and Latin. GEORGE VANCE Canton, Illinois A.I-S. 1I:l.iurs-Englisli :ind Fre-nvh. MAE Ml:-FOY Imlianapolis, Indiana Ma'ljm's-Englisli :ind Latin, ARTHUR KNEEP Frzinkfnwl. Indiana A.B, Majors-Histm'y und Mnlhl- nmtics. HSC.-XH Y.-XLENTINE Clayponl, Indiana .-MH. M:1jm's-Biology :ind Hislnry. l'I,,-XRENFIC SCHOLI, Polo. Illinois A.B. . Maijurs-Chvinislry and l'hiI usnpliy. ALLETAH EASH Elkhart, Indiana .-LB. Maju:'s-F1'm1s'-li null Musiv, I I P'1ge Forty-two A ' J ,, l V ff Page Forty-three ELIJISN HHUS Richnwml, Indiana I-LS. AI:ijm's-Chainislry and Matin mntivs, HALLIIC IPICLPH Nifilkinsmi. Indiana All. BI2lj1ll'S-SL'il:'lll'L' :ind Histuvy. IIICRSCHEI, ADAMS Indianaimlis, Indiana A.ll, Al2l.ilil'SfPlIj'SIl'S an lnl Biology. Tl-IELMA I"lC'l"l'Y Peru. Indiana .X.l1. Mug: uwillistn nip' ai nfl English. ICDXYIN Mvt,'l'NE Downs. Kansas A.l-. Majors-Hish fry ai nil El'-mimii ivs lllCNEYIl'IYl'I NIUHOLS l,L1c-ei'iu-, Indiana .-X.ll. Mnjui's-I-Bilnlv :incl Frvnch. S-Hl'BEH'l' FRYE Infliannimlis, Indiana .-LH. Mali'ui'siSm'iulngy nnll Ee'-min niim-s. GOl.I.JIl4l Sl'u'l"l'EN G1'r-viifilf-lml. Indiana I Alf. M1111 ll'S"fl'1:I'ILlt'?l l if vii :i nfl English LEULIN LUNG Peru. Indiana A.I3. Alzlj1n's - Matlwnintic-H. Pliysivs F11--iif'l1. VERA AIfiI:4,bGAST De-czitur. Illinois AIS. Mujm'siI.atin. l'hPINISll'j'. Mu SIU. LYNN 'FVHNER IllllI2ll'l?l1IlllIS. Indiana ,-LH. Mzij-n's-Riulugy :ind Histnjrx' ICSTHICR LYNCH Danville. Illinois A. H. A'l:1,ini's--Fm-iivli zu nd l'l'1Q'lHiSII'j OLIVE HOWE YV00d Rive-r. Illinois A.B. Majors-Latin and English, BERTRAND HAVILAND Geneva, Indiana HS. in Ed. 1XfEljOl'S-IEJIUCELIIOII, History, Bi ology. MABEL BENNINGTON Lebanon, Indiana ,-LB. Majorsflinglisli and Matlie- matic-S. EDGAR ELLIS Bremen, Indiana A,B, B'I3.l1Il'SiBli7llIg'f' and Matheninl iQS. DIARY MAHJERRISON Malta. Montana A.B. Illajnrs-1VIatnematics and English. ROY I.,-XSXVELI, Indianapolis, Indiana .-LB. M:1jo1's-Bilrlv and Greek. HELEN IVILTROI"l' XXYZIVSQIYY. Indiana ,-LB. Majfn1'S-Latin and English. V ,JL VERNUN IYHITE . V, 1 Normal, Illinnis ' A, 3. . Majol'-Sociolumgy. E fy'-N' ' p.,e""f3lNNA HELEN Miasox J-PC f , uf' Pm-is. Illinnis ll,-rf' ' J-JL ,-LB, Uw,,,,-.. ts., 1 Majlws-Eng'lisl1 und Suri-imrlligy. r, , Jlff' I bf' ' HOYVARD HURN 7-Af llff' Rm'-liwnte-1' Inrliinw ' 'TM V 'QJD ,x.B. " ' ' ' P DJ Aiajm--Pilysn-S. lr 0 'lv , , , ff 'Wh' ? FLORENCE s'mNEH1l,l, 'I y J Q," Brook, Illdliilllkl f, My HS. -' lf' 1'IzEjp1is-Hmiiv l':1"0llOl'lllL'S und v . ho OUV. K Cn IL-PJVJX T' I 0,1 Y ,N -. ,. I, X, N My.--W Rl 55111, HIATI JJ f I' H' 'J A B Portland. Indiana 4 ll! 'VJ' ixllljlbl'-HlStr1l'X', ' 'IX I ELLIS Homxs ,M 'I' A B Indianapolis, Indiana 1-ff' Q V' RI4il.ll'Tl'SY1xI?1tlIt'I'lIkIUCS and Phv- sic-s. A I X JJ , . "J ' -Aff- y"' JJfji'xf" BEHN1c1f: imvis '7 ,'Mx5L,-MVN A-LB' YVaz'szm'. Indiana Majors-Latin and Fran 1:11, RALPH CURK Dayton, Ohio A.B. Majorg-History and Mathe- matics. Page Fou1'ty-four Page Forty-tive - ' f ZA hx M!L, gy-5,9 .uv L r v K9 A-.JAP YV.. J. 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D. BIARSHALI.. G. VVASHBURN. ff ' R. DAVIDSON. IW, HAXVORTH. Fourth Row-M. HAHN, W. YORK. A. DALE. R. SMITH. 1. TIENKIN. M. LYNCH. ' C. MQQYER. Fiftlf Row-G. MOYER, NV. ORR. V. BRANSON. L. HOFFMAN. P. SHARP, A. EIVIMERT. L. KARNES. Sixth ROW-F. TRUMBVLL. F. PINKSTAFF, L. RIVIR. G. DENBO. F. GRIFFITH. V X . Page Forty-six , . Q1 Ai ' ' if JI FV. VJ 1 N' A ' N . Rl I v. ' 'Y r' AT Y, ji Jn . I. I QQ 1,3 X . . Q' 2 'E N3 , 1 F X ' U H wg 7 N QQ Q ---.xx X . 1 3 Q 1 .J - . . .Ns 1 X Q ' ' J r l .-K - ' . SOPHQOMQRES 5 .f ixf g SE X ' , rs f X Q is 5 s JA . ,x Y. Nl X H i 3i?l3iQ . X if SON' , f S . vii. - 'A ff, gyfykga KVLLJ' XY f-3 I 4 'X R X X X V Cyy!',,17ff',ci, 'f'4f' V? is T f f x 5. Xq Ugffwl, I F , 3' S1 Vb.J'J"- 5 Y -4, 'filgf if-, 5 4 . , , 'fff.f..f-'V 1 .-v.f.x' - V'Vlf,f,4.fg V'T!lf'-Ag! 5 I' 4' WMW45 - ' 11,2 ,LMA Xi" Q I YI 9 J-fL,v-fL,MVJ""' J: X, ff 1 J: X , I . J 1 I, ' f P I . Clk M'-1:1 1 . 1 j ,f x Y O-,-..'.q1.i,'Hi-h WA A f f, ' .I .' - fl! I . H- Y QM- 'N y, M -I ' X , xx f N I 5 Ar-rx., . Ay7 J . 4,1 First Row-E. CLOVSER. C. REESE. O. ROBERTS. C. STOYT. C. SNYDER. C. HAUS- YVALD. P. CONRAD. Second ROW-M. BANTA, M. RAGAINS. K. PARSONS. F. TAYLOR. H. CASS, I. LASLEY. PARSONS. IQI51gd Row-N. SCHIVIIDT. P. SXVIITH. E. HARDY. R. HARVEY. H. PHIPPS. XV. EVVERT. E. E. Fourth R0wfR. KIRKIVIAN, C. PROCTOR. L. BEAN. G. SHAKER. G. COX. F. LICCLANA- THADI. K. NALL. Fifth R0wAfR. ENGLAND. O. COAKE, I. HUHGEY. V. LONGENBAUGH. L. DUMPH. L. DECK. H. TAYLOR. Sixth Row-F. HOTTEI.. F. VARNER. P. BILBY. M. Page Forty-seven v .',. gt, ' N.- S My I 2'?Xf x- . 111. .Tx i x .ii 5 KJ mi n ' 3' xi H, 1, FRESHMEN if ij X Firxt ROW!-B. SNIVELY. E. LEMME, G. 'l'Vl,i,, K. JENSEN. B, PERRY. C. HORNER COCHRAN. Second Row-A. KEY. D. ALGER, A. GROSENOYER. N, DOOLITTLE, A. BRIGHT BARNHIZER. D. MCCORMICK. 'I'hi1'd Run'-F. TUHILI.. R. H. CAYTER. M. SUMMER. J. FRANKLIN. A. XVOLF. E, BIC- RTY, E. SPELT.. Igcnsiiigh Row-0. KEPNER. XY. STAHI., Tb. C.-XRMONY. H. KNIGHT, P. FOLEY, E. BRIER Y Q . Fifth Row-L. GROYES, C. JCPHNSON. M. FISHER. R, DUNCAN. A. OATHOUT BAILEY. BI. LOXVE. Sixth Row-H. KIRKMAN. E. EVISTON. H. SCHOLL, H. MCRIILLIN, C. BUTLER SNIVELY, L. STINE. Seventh Row-J. BAKER. R. ESHLEBIAN. J. TABIAS. NI. HOLLINGSYVORTH, A. COP- PT E. H. STUBBLEFIELD, G. LIVELY. Eighth Row-M. VVAYMIRE, E. VVEBBER. H. ACHOR. Page Forty-eight L. F. R. L. A. N FRESH MEN 'WC a M i If . 7" 4 I Af' f 'M ' Aff' 4117! . if 'I I u W ,iw 1 ff 'SP 1 .sf ff WR , ML 160 WJ - Q V' MW First ROWAI. ALLEN. D. MCAHREN. L. DRAKE, G. IXLICAI-IREN. C. MENDENHALL, MOORE. G. SNIVELY. Second Row-P. NIARCEY. P. HOTTEL. F. HAXVKINS. L. SIETZINGER, R. RAHORN. CHIDDISTER. J. SHEVVMAN. Third ROW-J. THOMPSON. F. CARVER, L. DFNBAR. S. KEY, M. LENNING, C. CLIPP, SHIERIING. Fourth ROW-E. REED, A. RICHARDS. P. SICKAFOOSE. H. ELLIOT. E. OXVEN, DUTCHER, R. GELBACH. Fifth ROW-G. HOYER. R. RILEY. A. MILLER. R. SXVAN. M. FARIS, E. SIVIITH. MCINTYRE. Sixth Row-R. KIRK. H. GILLINGHAM. P. BABBITT. ISI. BVRKHART. J. RAGAINS. FRANKLIN. E. FINCHUM. Seventh R0wvO. HAWIKINS. P. JOHNSON. J, SHRIGLEY. 'l'. GILLAM. .I. XYIGEBER. Eighth Row-D. WEBBER. G. BLACK. M. HOYVE. , Page Forty-11 ine Wifi? W if. 'W or J 'I I, ! i Afj A . I J 5 fy ff?" 'iff fu fiqjlg : JWATI ,Iv ir' f W W liiu'sfN Summer School U those students who have never attended a summer session at lndiana Cen- tral, it seems a thing fanciful and unreal: nevertheless, it does exist. A few days after commencement the summer students enroll, most of them coming to recuperate by a little study from a hard year's teaching. The school is mainly normal in character. and the enrollment is almost evenly divided between the teachers and those who are studying for an A.lS. or Mus. li. Chapel in the summer time is slightly different from that of the winter session, for the students number between one hundred and one hundred fifty, and do not nearly fill even the lower Hoor of the auditorium. However, they are a jolly group, and the receptions, hikes, parties, and picnics in the summer time are very successful. ln fact, where the group is smaller. acquaintances are more easily made and friendships are more rapidly formed. Summer school furnishes a splendid place in which to spend a vacation. There is tennis, early and late, swimming is popular, and even baseball is played. Besides this, the evenings are long, and there are exceptional opportunities for strolling. Altogether, lndiana Central in the summer time is well worth attend- ing for work and play. Page Fifty elim- tuifjfh, g.Q'L,4.Af-Q .lfqsifrfrfl-C' M fffl-56,0-CI '-vrzf M 'VX 73 " ff '-Ms ' f C 'I O3 n , 1 C ' X ev-L pf' 0 I C , A , ..,,,. 3.1,-1, ri f' 1., f1,e.Q.,' . f f C rr ff fr I X I If ff.: ' F. 'i 1, - 'L+"1 I if I -"'f:h'? If -WALL 2.- 'dfh ALIt!,L1f'4f MI 'Ov"lfii!l- ' VDZVIAC 'iwii-Cl' I1 fl DLL? V rf " 'ii - V I , j V 4, A 1 ,X E K. If .fc jf.: i.-3:Ij77l ju-41 . ini- qu ki ,,,-. Y L?-0 ' kj: ff, id ,Ll , 5.u 1 ,fic . M-it fI..fff'f 'M .g " ' 775 P -. 1 ,.., F x7 . c. H, 2 '. .+G ,L 1: " 'pf 'til W fi ' ,faq CfiLf'LJr: sf' ifffffx - Y U't'f ' " "' af M AQ, 1 f .wa -a V T cl K, li I A . ' , ,Lf1Q9-WA fs A - ' K f ,,!lW,.aAL!U,c ir-ff! pg Lib,-WJ I 5 A y . rp .wa Che Academg ITI-I the phenomenal growth of the college, the Academy has waned in size, but not in spirit. In former years the Academy outnumbered the college. but now only a handful of students remain in the Academy. However, that self same spirit has prevailed, and the Academy of today Still continues to be an important factor in the life at Indiana Central. The primary objective of the Academy is to furnish a preparatory school to which parents may send their children, having the full confidence that they will be surrounded and imbued with that clean, wholesome, Christian spirit that pre- vails at Indiana Central College, Also, the Academy is a Mecca to those people who, when younger, have neglected their education and are now too old to enter the Public High Schools, to those who realize that a college education is necessary in this age. The Academy is fully accredited by the state. and among its graduates are numbered many of the leaders of Indiana Central. 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I." r, , ctivitie 1 I' , ,,......,,.,... .,,. ,Y I '.If'f'.Zif?5"1iQjlg.'.2j.j ' " Hgzij' iif5"f 'WYE itffie ?2"f'1' 1' E311 53563 -4- . 2:21 115.2 f-35':.'.Z22g ...... ual y Tlhilomusea ACK in the days when Lew XYallace was making literature pay, and Q. Henry was appealing to the humorous vein of the American people. in those happy times the Philomusean Literary Society of Indiana Central University was or- ganized and incorporated, founded by President Good who became its first presi- dent. To him and to the ten other charter members, we owe the strict standards of literary attainment and parliamentary procedure which have governed the work of all the literary societies since that time. l'hilomusea steadily grew in numbers. always counting the strongest men, the campus leaders, among its membership. At the present time, there are thirty young men in this organization. During this school year l'hilomusea has advanced a great step in its career. ln October the society moved from its old hall in the Administration building to new quarters in the basement of the Men's Dormitory. At the same time, the society decorated the new hall, and purchased beautiful new chairs. The twen- tieth anniversary of its organization was held in conjunction with the dedication of the new hall. Philomusea is recognized as the leader among the literary societies by reason of its antiquity and lofty standards. The society is enjoying a remarkably prosperous season and looks forward to greater achievements. Page Fifty-four 'Philalethea HIL.-XLETHEA, one of the two oldest literary societies in our college, is very proud of the work she has accomplished. She is proud to say that some of the college professors are ex-members of Philalethea. But this society realizes that she has greater work before her. and that this work will become greater and greater as the college grows. Therefore, the members quietly strive on, trying to perform their duties in the best possible manner, and trying to uphold the highest ideals to which any literary society can aspire. In 1906 when this society was organized, there were only thirteen members, and now there are thirty-eight active members. Philalethea knows that the number of persons in her ranks is not as important as how much good she does. The meeting is called to order by the president at six-thirty o'clock every Monday evening. The devotional exercises are conducted by the chaplain and the society sings "Noble Philalethean or "The Purple and Gold". The programs are made up of productions assigned to each member by the censor. These productions Cover every form of writing known to the literary world. A certain length of time is given to Hextemporaneous speaking", and this time is very profitable since it teaches the members to think quickly whenever they are called upon. Then, Philalethea trains its members in parliamenary procedure which is a thing every person needs who will, at one time or another, have to conduct a business meeting. Philalethea is growing, she is accomplishing very noble things, and she will con- tinue to strive upward as her motto "Excelsior" suggests. Page Fifty- Iive Zetagathea NYU years ago last fall it was found necessary to form a new literary society because of the increase in the student enrollment at lndiana Central College. 'llhis new society was for the men, and was called Zetagathea. 'llhis brave band met in Miss XYeayer's room and attempted to hold its meetings according to Par- liamentary rules. Although the members were somewhat inexperienced at hrst, they soon learned to hold parliamentary drill as elliciently as any other society. About the middle of its lirst year Zetagathea moved into its new hall in the east end of the men's hall. Since then this organization has made rapid strides in advancement. Last year forty new chairs were purchased, and the society hall assumed a very dignilled appearance. XYitl1 the chairs paid for, the society began to look forward to other means of improving the hall, and to improving the morale of the members. The society has proved helpful to all its members. The par- liamentary drill at each session affords the members an opportunity to learn, at nrst hand, how to conduct a meeting. The literary programs teaches of liter- ature and how to use good English. Zetagathea stands for the best and finest in College life. The society is not a clique, but is open to any one who wishes to become a member. lt has always been the feeling of the members that anyone who is good enough to be a student at our college is welcome to Zetagathea. Zetagathea is not a separate institution but an essential subdivision of our Alma Mater. A literary society is essential in a college because it tllls a need. It gives the students opportunity to get together for a serious purpose. a purpose to get the best there is in college for them. Page Fifty-six Cheacalosia 'll -the same time that it was deemed necessary to organize a new men's lit- erary society, it was also thought lmest to create a new ladies' society. 'llhis new society was named 'lil1C21C2lllOil2l. They met in the association rooin for the tirst year. Here under the careful direction of Bliss l'auline Shuey the society made rapid strides in advancement. Last fall when the llhilomuseans moved into their new quarters, 'lllieacallosia at once moved into the old l'hilomusean hall. :Xt once they purchased new chairs and tables for the new hall. Recently the society purchased a baby grand piano. XYhile the other literary societies stress mostly the literary side, the Thea- Callosians incorporate a great deal of music into their programsg however, the Sessions are not lacking in parliamentary drill and a great deal of benelit is derived from this. The society is perhaps the largest one on the campus and is making rapid progress. Page Fifty-seven music epartment Lois lhqoxvx l3ons12'l"i' 'HE Music Department of Indiana Central College has been steadily increasing since the beginning of the institution and this year 1925-'26 it has attained some of the high ideals of our own Madame llorsett. Since 1925 and 1924 the department has almost doubled in number. We have three music professors of whom we are very proud and fu whom a great deal of praise and respect is due. Mrs, Luis llrown Dorsett. with her sweet and loving disposition is head of the department. Enough praise can not be given to Mrs. Dorsett for the things she has accomplished since she entered the music department of ,Indiana Central College. 'llhen there is Professor lmri lilacltburn. who is a very competent piano in- structor-and by the way we account for this by the fact that he is alumnus of our college. l'rofessor lllackburn has also done a great deal for the department. Miss Olive Kiler has charge of the violin work of the department and by putting her very soul into her work, she has accomplished things which could not have been done by many others. We have all learned to love Miss Kiler through her beautiful and sacrificing nature. XVe all feel sure that in the near future the music department of Indiana Central College will be known far and wide for its high standards and competent professors. Page Fifty-eipqht Che College Choir NDER the careful direction of Mrs. Dursett, the College Choir has become quite noted on the campus. lt is perhaps the best singing organization in the school. lt contains in its repertoire many godd anthems, selectidns from nunier- uus oratorios, and Cantatas, Handel! Messiah which was given at Christmas, Hiawatha's XYedding Feast by Coleridge-Taylor, which was rendered in the spring and ln a Persian Garden, by Liza Lehmann. lt is composed of sixteen selected voices, who are eliusen from the student hody. lt is greatly appreciated by the students and faculty. Page Fifty-nine xwf-:,'g -ff! C sq ef -- L' ' 2- 3Q A i Af ., iffy xi? 77 fgC9f 'u Y 'Q it :sg ei 3 ages. ? if QL 3-7 it 3-vf' X2 J7 ki R ' 5 'ix K Q2 3 .fX7h-i-C'-if 33' X- Q- 2 vs- QX- bi xx - CL 'ri 1-4 X, 5 O3eu's Glee Club -e HE wutlying territriries tit lllinriis anil lntliana were invarlerl hy an extrawr- Clinary cnnipany uf ynung men this year. twenty-four nutstanrling cnllege inen, faxmrerl .if the gurls, appreciatefl lay the mighty crinstituency, kinrlly rlestinefl hy the fates anrl knuwn as the Nlen's illee Cluh. With thein appeared their flirectrwr, Mrs. llimrsett, anil their accrinipanist, Aliss Shaw. lt were putting tim niuch reliance in inere wwrfls tw attempt a mlesciiptuin ul this clulfs prriwess. lt has a niiglity range, it crwers the suunils tif nature fruin the liwn's guttural rwar tu the eagle! piercing screani. lt ries with the wind, it ullfeflllgs the trickling lui-wilt, it haltles the llwisj' city. Ennugli nf poetical tliciuglitsg the cluh is as active anrl wirlevawake an rirganizatirm as may he fuunil rin the canipns. lt sang in churches anfl high scliririle tn aurliences trwtaling several thrlvusancls nn its spring trip which riccupied two weeks in Klarch. lt compares in musicianship anrl ahility with the lmest clulis. anil hlls a necessary place in Sell: mul lllC. V 7 The lllee Chili was lirst rirganizerl in llilo---l lw Mrs. llnrsett wliti had just lqecoine the heacl nf nur music clepartnient. The gruwtli anrl energy uf the club is almnst entirely flue lu her splenrlifl enthusiasm anti untlring elilirts. The cluh gave a tine hnnie prrrgrain in its lirst year, hut rliil nut make a tnur. ln the seconcl year of its existence, the cluh niacle a une week tnur uf northern lnmliana and was receive-rl everywhere with the greatest appreciatiun, lts twri weeks trip this year inclurlenl swine of the largest churches in lllinnis and lndiana. 'llhe Mens Clee Club has hecrmnie a factnr of inestiniahle value in the sticial anfl cultural life of the sclirwl, anrl is cnnseciuently inrlispensihle at lnrliana Central. Page Sixty Chalia Choral Club "T11al1'u Cilllll, 'IUF fluff f1'f1111 l. C. C., T'zvv11f,t'-v1'11l11 girls. tuc'1'v ul! as gay us run Juli" 'ifll'l'Z'l'l' lllllll, 111411'1'ivd Hltlll-Ftlllllf-V., Tico or flIl'l't'7n Yea, Tlzulitif Yea, C'!1111.' Yea, Tlmliu Cl1u1'uI Clzzlif CCH was the medley of sounds heard on the campus on the twenty-ninth of .lanuary as the big yellow bus rolled up, The Thalia Club girls were return- ing from a weeks trip through northern Indiana with such pep and enthusiasm that 5 110 classes were greatly disturbed. Their tour included Muncie, Rochester, Elkhart, Ligionier, Albion, and Lincolnville. Several of these places were in- cluded in the trip of the Men's Glee Club last year, but it was the concensus of opinion that the girls proved themselves superior, Their uniform dress, gray Hannel outlits with red belts and ties, helped greatly in the pleasing appearance of the Club in High Schools, This is the lirst year that the Club has ventured away from lndiana Central, but with such encouragement as was received in this tour. it is entirely possible that future tours will be planned. There are tentative plans for summer work in Indiana. Hrs. Dorsett is entirely responsible for the success of the club, and is deserving of the most sincere thanks and ap- preciation. lt would be hard to tind a better. more capable. or more devoted director than she. Page Sixty-one BAND College Baud NE step in the startling development of a greater Indiana Central was the liand. lt was tirst organized in the fall of 1923 under the leadership of l'rofessor Glenn lilaclcburn. New monogramed, cardinal sweaters and white duck trousers were purchased. The liand made its lirst appearance before the public by giving a concert in the college gymnasium. This drew one uf the largest crowds of the year and was a decided "boost" for lndiana Central College. During the fall of 192-l, the lland made a trip through lndianapolis and the surrounding country advertising the football games of the season. The lland has proved its loyalty to the school and student body by playing for all the inter-collegiate contests which have been held at Indiana Central. and by the important part which it has played at "pep" meetings and rallies. lt. indeed, plays an immense part in the morale of both the team and student body. and deserves the support of everyone who is looking forward In the Greater Indiana Central College. Page Sixty-two College Orchestra F musical organizations were catalogued, the college orchestra would come midway between the Qld Home Town Band and the Cincinnati Symphony. Although it is, of course, an amateur organization, the orchestra delves fearlessly into classical music and comes out without any serious disruptions of harmony. Miss Kiler, the head of the Yiolin Department in the School of Music, revived the orchestra soon after her arrival in the faculty. lt had prospered before under the parental care of Miss hlones, but had hibernated after her de- parture. Miss Kiler brought it forth, a bigger and better being for its year of idleness. An orchestra, of course, consists of various instruments such as violins, cor- nets, cellos, clarinets. horns of every description, drums, and a piano, and this orchestra is no exception. The college orchestra includes the best instrumental talent in school, and has blossomed into a melody maker of no mean ability under the tutelage of Miss Kiler. The orchestra includes compositions on its programs such as Peer Gynt's Suite and Beethoven's Sonatas. The orchestra plays for important school functions, and has appeared sev- eral times at the Cadle Tabernacle in connection with patriotic meetings. It offers an invaluable training in instrumental ensemble and public playing, to music students, besides the pleasure and satisfaction derived from the work. The orchestra is always warmly appreciated by college audiences. Page Sixty-three Page Sixty-four Public Speaking fDepartm't PRoFEssoR F. ELMIQR lXlixRs11ALL HE Public Speaking Department of Indiana Central College has rapidly been expanding. Each year more students are realizing the great value of oral expression and are enrolling in this department. Much credit is due to Professor Elmer Marshall, who is the energetic and resourceful head of this department. Under his guidance, it has grown steadily, and has proved itself to be of great importance at Indiana Central. Instruction is given in private lessons or in classes. The examinations are given in the form of recitals held in the Kephart Memorial Auditorium. A club has been organized within this department. called the Dramatic Club. The main purpose of this club is to present several good plays each year. This year they have presented "The Rivals" and "The Copperhead," and these plays have been very successful. Several former members of this club are now on the stageg many of the United Brethren ministers have received invaluable training under Professor Marshalls supervision. Page Sixty-five t me ff t I ,X ,E . ,l'I'.XDI,l'lR ,112 " L' -1 nijsnf x.xI.P ,us T 31.1-QNX ,xnligm ,ILS Ckiunijixx l' HIH 1 D Graduates of 'Public Speaking Department HE l'ublic Speaking department of Indiana Central College is rapidly ex- panding. Each year more students are realizing the value of th's department. This year four graduate recitals were given, and diplomas were granted to Ralph Light, Gertrude jolmson, Jasper Stadler, and Glenn Dragroo. jasper Stadler will continue his charge as pastor of the United llrethren Church in Galesburg. Illinois. Glenn Dragon is planning to attend Law Schoiml, while Gertrude john- son and Ralph Light will enter the teaching profession. These graduates are all charter members of the Dramatic Club, and par- ticipated in all of its activities. All played leading parts in the various plays that were staged su successfully, and were instrumental in making the numerous recitals of the Public Speaking department a success. PUBLIC Sififixkiiwtz S-'rcni-2N'i's Page Sixty-six ,i l ku A. l il '5- l Q J ly Cf v J ' x J ' A v' T 1 J J 'J J J 1 Q 1 , . l lla, V is 'kr it X y I P., l. 2 s Q Q ix ,K l Che fRivals HE Dramatic Club presented "The Rivals" by Richard li. Sheridan Saturday evening. February 6, in Kephart Memorial Auditorium before a large and enthusiastic audience. "The Rivals" is a comedy in live acts and is the most difficult play produced at Indiana Central in the last several years. Ralph Light portrayed very well the role of Captain Absolute, the impossible hero. Gertrude Johnson, as Mrs. Malaprop, and Roscoe Kirkman, as Sir An- thony Absolute, were the stars of the evening in the eyes of the audience. Both had very difficult and forced parts but interpreted their roles in excellent fashion. Professor Elmer Marshall took the part of llob Acres and kept the audience in a constant uproar. Each actor performed creditablyg Shubert Frye and Faye Pinkstaff, of the minor characters, were especially good. The Dramatic Club and Professor Marshall should certainly be highly praised for bringing such an excellent play to Indiana Central. 1 A . - A - -L .. . - Page Sixty-seven 'ffl-lonor 'Brightl' EREIJITH Nicholsoirs comedy. "Honor lirightf' was the first play pre- sented hy the Dramatic Club. The results showed that smile: of the mem- lners were professional. The scene uf "Honor llrightn is laid in the living-room at ulQOClilll61'Cli, Beech Haven, Massachusetts. Honor liright tkirginia lfoutl is selling reference hooks to help pay her way through college. Hn her lirst day out she strays into the home uf the llarringtons. The only son uf the household. Dick. lilialph Lightl has heconie engaged In a chorus girl, and at his importunity his mother tllcrtha Thomasl has arranged for the girl to visit them. lJick's uncle, a bishop. lvlasper Stadlerl and his Aunt Peggy lflertrude wlohnson J, have stopped on on their way to Europe, In meet their nephew's fiancee. XYhen she fails to appear her delay causes great anxiety. ln his desperation Dick decides to palm off the girl hook agent as his liancce, Honor agrees to assume the role ,of the chorus girl with the understanding that she is to remain only for dinner. This leads tu complications which are enhanced hy the unexpected arrival of the real Iiancee lliuth McCoyl. ks Dick is unequal to the delicate task of presenting two liancees, it is necessary for Honor llright to remain until matters are cleared up. Other characters of the play were the Reverend ,lames Schvoley, tGlenn Dragrool 3 Hill Drum, l lkie Stewart! 3 lYatts, the lmutler, tliussell Hiattl g Annie, the maid, lGeraldine llarrlg Maggie, the cook tAnna Ualelg and Foster, the gardener, lMiles Leach l. The play was triumphantly given hefore a large and appreciative audience, and its success foretold the future of this organization. Page Sixty-eight' Senior Class 'Pla5 HE Senior Class of '25 chose as the class play "Clarence", by lfiooth 'Parking- ton. lt was presented Xlednesday evening, May 23, in Kephart Memorial Auditorium before a capacity house. lt is a spriglitly comedy, entirely dilterent from the usual type produced at lndiana Central. The players fitted admirably into their roles. Carroll llutler took the lead as Clarence in an almost professional manner. Yirginia Fout, as Cora XYheeler. and Miles Leach, as llohliy XYheeler, made a decided hit with the audience. Dorothy Yelander, as the wife of Mr. NYliecler lClaude 'l'urleyJ had a very dif- ficult part, but played it exceptionally well. Florence Delph, Yiolette Miller, 'llreasie Hardy, Ramon Hunt, and Harry Good completed the cast. Page Sixty-niii 'Press Club l'resident Huwwm: l.vI,SlI HE VRESS CLUB is an H1'g2l1llZ2ltlH1l clmipusecl uf students who are inter- ested in newspaper writing and whli are connected with the 1JUlJllL'Zltl011 of the cwllege paper. Aspirztnts for inenihership hecuine eligihle when they have con- trihutcd specilied zlmuunts of news, puetry, czwtulms ur adyertisenients to three cunsecutiye issues, The Rerlectm' Staff are zllwuys regular nienihers, The l'resident uf the Cluh is Editor-in-Chief nf the liellectmr. The purpose uf the Cluh is In iniprlwe the puhliczltion nf the cullege paper. This cluh, hy its discussiun on news "write-ups" and each puhliczltion becomes the literary critic, Furthermore, students interested in journalism render service In the sclilwl :md receive heneticial training frmn this lfrgzniiizatioii. Newspaper writers enjoy partiesf -and dinners, mug especially does this club, when freed frfnn its duties: therefure uni' sucizil L'Illt'llflZll' is yery impurtant. Page Seventy MENS DE1:.x'r1Nn TEAM Debating ES, we are the Dehaters, representatives of the nmst rlistinctly scholastic form of intercollegiate competition. Debating brings new laurels each year for nur Alma Mater. It pmiiuiteg CUI.lI'1lg'C fur the faint-hearted: fluency fur the slim' thinkers: ahility to assert rights fur thuse inclined tu he fiillmyersg and it gains arhniratifin hecause of its intellectual primacy. 'llhe NX'wnien's llehating 'lleanr the lirst in the histury tif nur cnllege, lrmuglit fresh laurels this year. 'llhe allirmatiye anfl negative teams inet the ulipusiiig teams frfnn Earlhani Cwllcge. XYOMENIS DEBATING TEAM Page Seventy-one .1 eil l U sr'C9 ,I-,-4.1 . fi 1 ' ' x J -.f 'J 4 -,E CJ x51 , ,fax Y X bc, E .xfffc k fl. . , ffrf ' l. M 1 5 J Fiibt Row-Edward Bright. Russel Hiatt. Flltlen Hoos. Ralph Light. President: D. I.. Eaton, Faculty Advisor. Second How-Utto Albright. Lovin Stine. Robert Parsons. Fred Armentvout. Kephart Nall. Tliiril 1-tow-George Vance. Howard Horn, Oscar Valentine. Edwin Mctluue. 'H CTD. C. A. 66 HE acid test of a man's religion is the extent to which he pervades the group in which he lives. plays. or works, with the spirit and ideals of Jesus." -Dad Elliott. The favorite quotation of this great Y. RI. C. A. man has been the beacon light of our organization this year. The cabinet and the consistent members have been striving to bring the spirit and ideals of jesus into the play. the work. and we have done this, have Reverend Nall, Doctor McCann, Doctor XYishard, Doctor Taylor, and judge Lahr have come to speak the lives of the men on the campus. And only so far as we succeeded. To help accomplish this, such men as to us. ln the devotional meetings they have given us some of their life philo- sophy to add to our own. A splendid spirit of co-operation has existed between the Y. M. and Y. NY. C. A.. which terminated in the joint discussion groups. These discussions were upon student problems, and they have caused a great deal of serious think- ing among the students. Likewise. the social life of the organization has been carried on in jolnt "mixers" The Y. M. and Y. NY. Conference at our school. and in "stag" socials. C. A. have entertained the State Uflicers Training Some of our men have been leaders in the l-Ii.-Y. organizations in the city and elsewhere, and some have also been sent out in the Gospel Team XYork. These things have been done through the co-operation of our faculty, our cabinet, and our student body. Page Seventy-two First Row-Mrs. Lyle Michael. Mabel Bennington, Vera Hoffman. President. Olene Gilliatt. Second Row-Clara Proctor. Faye Pinkstaff. Lucretia Groves, Frances McClanathan. Hope Taylor, Mary Maby. Third Row-Pauline Sharp. Anna Helen Mason. Mary Marjerrsion. A 11. zo. c. A. 'HE Y. NV. C. A. is one of the most prominent and most helpful organizations in our college. It was organized in 1906 and was received as a charter member of the National Association by the National Board. It meets every Tuesday evening and the problems discussed are very practical. They are not only questions of college life, but also questions which we will meet in the world. The talks given at Y.XY.C.A. are usually conducted by some of its members. but often a speaker from the outside is provided. The purpose of this association is to bring the girls closer to Christ and to broaden their knowledge of Christian living. It assists in making the students acquainted with one another. it directs the religious life of its members, and it broadens our knowledge by keeping us in touch with the other parts of the world. XfVhen a new girl arrives at Indiana Central College there is a Y.VV.C.A. member ready to receive her. This member helps her enroll and find her room and roommate, or she does some other friendly act. XVe know that these new students appreciate this because they want a little sister the next year and they are present at the Y.W'.C.A. desk to help their new friends. Each year a delegation is sent to the Geneva Conference and thus we learn about the great problems of the organizations in other places. The Young VVomen and Young Men's Christian Associations give a reception for the new students at the beginning of each school year, and they later conduct many other social gatherings. Then there is the May Morning Breakfast at which so many delicious foods are served. This breakfast is given every year by the Y.NY.C.A. Page Seventy-three Student Uolunteers A'l'L'RD.-XY evening at l. C. C. is usually set apart as a quiet, litnmelike time spent in getting ready fm' Sunday. 'llcw a small gi-tmp. lioweyer, the evening has a fuller significance. The Student Volunteers are young men and wmneii wliuse ptlrpuse is tw lieeflme fureign missiwnaries. Their xxwwlt is chiefly dune tlirougli the ntliei' organizatiuns uf tlie eullege by keeping alive an interest in iiiissifms, 'llliey keep in tuueli with the State and National Student Yulunteei' mfwement tlnmugli tray- eling secretaries wliu visit tllem frmn time tu time. "I 'zuill 1111! fcur Tlzvv. C7 my God. The days fn UUIII1' van only Ilfllljf Tflflil' fFI'fc'1'f .Yl'4jIlL'lI4'C.Y of f1VZ't', Thy flIl'j!l'l', llcvfnv' t'UllI-fflflillllff. lll' are IIUIL Insvrs flznsq -aw slum' The fwrfcfz' jj1LltIilI1'S.Y nf the Suu, .Yuf t'01IQI!c'1't'lI'-f0I', lu'lm!u', we rviyfzlq CUlIt1IlFl'L'U1 and C'n11ql1c1w' are wiv. Then may Thy fn'rfct'f, g1Im'1'mz,v -will Ht' l't'N'111m'4' fzzlflllmi in 1110. elim' :mike my life ulz 1111.m'vr'i11gf ulznru' flf gflad, rv.vfm11xif'c l1ar11m11y." Page Sen-iit5'f1'm11' BODSIQTQS Club HE BOUSTERS CLUB is a group of energetic young men and women who helped to keep alive the enthusiasm of the students. The cluh was organized in 1924 and has accomplished a great deal since that time. This year Howard Patton was chosen president of the organization and it has certainly worked hard under his supervision. This group of people arranged for "l'ep" sessions, and made out programs for these meetings. The exceedingly had weather during football season did not check their enthusiasm. They made coffee. sandwiches. and pop corn which they sold in order to get money to entertain the team after its hard light on the held. The students of Indiana Central College will never forget how the members of this organization waded the mud and water to sell refreshments to the spectators. Nor did they stop their activity when the foot- ball season was over, for they worked on during the basketball and baseball seasons, selling candy and chewing gum and arousing the enthusiasm of the students. Robert Parsons, and Marcella Cornetet, seniorsg Dick llilliatt and Tim XYhite. juniors: Frances McClanathan and Leonard llean, sophomoresg Lorin Stine and Eloise Eviston, freshmeng Taylor Roberts, academy: Herman Spieth, manager of the football teamg lloyd Todd, basketball managerg Floyd Knepp, baseball manager and the yell leaders were the members chosen by the various classes and organizations to represent them in this club. Professor George supervised the work of the club. They met once a week and decided the menu and program for the reception of the team. They also arranged for the "Pep" sessions at this time and took care of any other matters that came up. 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The Stall is cmnposefl uf lmth seniurs and juniurs, hut the respfinsihility rests upon the seniwrs, for the juniors are merely lacing preparerl fur the xrwrlq of the following year. llut l'CgZ1I'CllCSS uf which class puhlishes the Hraele, it is a student book, made by the stuclents and fur the stuclents. lts unc great aim is a Greater lndiana Central. Page Seventy-seven X x 'V mag Dag PgS ty lt - . ,if -f... 1. -.-. ..,.,.- ..-4-sr-g4.v.7v,,-X..-ff .Lg-Q. , . ,.Q.,,z,,L,.:,1.,... 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Thus has Old Father Time recorded the past year of athletics at lndiana Central. llut even with the occasional defeats that every team receives, athletics at lndiana Central has taken a great step forward. Last spring lndiana Central put a track and tennis team in the field for the First time in the history of the college. At the same time, the baseball team was making an enviable record for itself by tasting defeat only once during the season. During the past winter a great deal of in- terest has been shown in intramural basketball, and a league was organized. Yet with all this COMQH It W- GEORGE ff advancement. one dominant note has been heard above all others. "Fight hard but play clean." lndia1asCentrall1as not attempted in any way to build up an athletic machine. 5 ji I ,"' f rg, W .L Athletics at lndiana Central College are for the purpose of developing die physical side of the students and for building up the college spirit. Everybody is encouraged to participate in some branch of the organization. Truly, if athletics can instill into a man the "grit." and spirit to keep lighting until he drops, then lndiana Central need never fear that that man will not be true blue after he has passed from her portals. lndiana Central is proud of her athletics and her athletic records: proud of those price- less traditions that her teams are moulding and of the spirit that backs every member of the team, winning or losing. She knows that her teams are not going to stop lighting, but that they are going to continue lighting. doing their share toward making the greater lndiana Central of to- morrow. Assisrsxr COACH BERTRA ND I-l.xvn..xNn Page Eighty-one X K 111 fi 4 Page Eighty-two Football Central O Franklin 31 Central 22 1 Daklancl City O Central O Earlham 13 Central 12 Manchester O Central 6 Muncie O Central O Hanover 6 Central O Danville 41 OOTBALL in its second year at lncliana Central had a dithcult but fairly successful season last fall. VVith most of the last year squad back, Coach George sent out the call for practice on Registration Day, About forty men answered the call. Out of these the Coach finally selected a squad of thirty. Although not an all-victorious eleven they made a very creditable showing against some of the strongest teams in the state and given a few years to develop a system there is no doubt that we will have one of the strongest teams in the state. Page Eighty-three PENcE BRIGHT AR1:ooAs'r RAHoRN CReview of the Season Franklin, 31 - Central, O. FTER two and a half weeks of strenuous training Central journeyed to Franklin andvdropped the nrst game of the season to the heavy Baptist eleven, 51-O. The game started by Capt. :Xflams kicking oft for Central. The Cardinal and Gray boys held Franklin for downs. During the hrst period Franklin gained constantly but were never able to score. Late in the period lican was substituted for Hollis Adams who was laid out making a tackle. Early in the second quarter Red Rohrbaugh crashed through for Franklin's tirst touchdown. "Red" missed the try for point. The Cardinal and Gray boys were putting up a stiff defense but seemed utterly unable to get their offense going. Late in the second period Chapin, speedy llaptist quarter, crossed the line for the second counter. XYith the start of the second half Central's offense showed signs of working, but they were never able to get within scoring distance of the llaptist goal. During the last period the liaptists opened up with an aerial attack which netted them two touchdowns. There was plenty of punch and light during the first period but the Cardinal and Gray men seemed dead on their feet for the rest of the game. None of them starred, they simply gave all and took all they could. Central, 22 -- Oakland, O. In the nrst home game of the season Central dropped the Oakland City eleven, 22-O. The game was on a muddy held which greatly slowed up the Car- dinal and Grav team. Page Eighty-four BILBY CURK. . CLARNO CAPT. ADABIS Capt.-elect Oakland City kicked off to Arbogast who returned the ball to the 22-yard line. Central then started a march down the held with Bright and Arbogast carrying the ball. Before the game was tive minutes old Central had carried the ball to Oakland's 2-yard line. Rahorn plunged through for the touchdown. Oakland kicked off, and on the next play Arbogast broke through tackle for the second marker of the game. ' During the second quarter both teams fumbled several times. Near the end of the half Otto intercepted an Oakland pass and raced 50 yards before he was downed. Pence then made it around left end for another marker. During the third quarter Central, by a series of plunges, placed the ball on Oakland City's two-yard line but the Blue and XVhite defense stiffened and held Central for downs. In the last period Coach George substituted freely and both teams fought on even terms in the middle of the field. Central outplayed the visitors far more than the score indicates. Three touchdowns were called back due to penalties. Earlham, 13 - Central,O. After holding the fighting Quakers scoreless for the first half, the Cardinal and Gray team weakened and dropped a hard fought game, 13-0. Earlham kicked off to Pence who returned it to Central's thirty-yard line. Arbogast punted to Earlham's forty-yard line. From then on it was a see-saw battle except one time, when the Quakers carried the ball to the very shadow of Central's goal posts. The Cardinal and Gray line stiffened and held for downs. The Central line was putting up a stone wall defense and Earlhaxn found gaining ground a diiiicult job. Page Eighty-live J 4 1 N 1 0 2 1 1 I ' 1 J c X x Toon Loki: EXLBRIGHT MiXRSHALI. XYith the start of the second half Earlham carried the ball within striking distance of the Central goal and then employing a doubtful fake play crashed across for a touchdown. Earlhani counted again in the last quarter on a long pass from Stanley to Huntsman. Central showed some real defense and scrap in this game but the line seemed unable to open holes in the opponent's line. Manchester, O - Central. 12 Central outplayed and outguessed the heavier Manchester grid team for a 12 to O win in the second home game of the season. Manchester made more lirst downs than Central but were never within scoring distance. North Manchester kicked off, Turner receiving for Central. Central was forced to kick. Manchester, after two futile line plunges punted. Albright then shot a long pass to Hollis Adams who raced forty yards for a touchdown. For the remainder of the quarter the teams battled on even terms. Near the end of the half Central tallied again when Albright shot another long pass to Hollis Adams of the same trick formation which counted for the nrst touch- down. During the last half both teams battled on fairly even terms except when a Manchester end intercepted a pass and almost got away for a touchdown. 'With only a few minutes to go Manchester cut loose with a baffling forward pass attack but too late to score. Hollis Adams was the outstanding player for Central, while the entire Man- chester team fought like demons. Page lfliglity-six W1 5 'Wm fi 1' if J Half ,.4,.,',V44 ,ful Q 1 K", ' 1-ff, ,ffl K yi iff i.2?,ff.f:-lg-Li, V of s . nf, Ml If yt: . .A v 4 .14 J -. J - Z-V94 TURNER REESE SRTTLE Ho'r'rEr. LEMME Central, 6 -f Muncie, O. The group of old grads and ex-students, who braved the drizzling rain to watch the Central-Muncie home-coming game were well repaid when the Cen- tralites crashed through for a well earned 6-O victory. The field was ankle deep with mud and water but despite this fact the game was fast. Muncie kicked off but soon assumed the offense when they recovered a Central fumble. During the first half the ball see-sawed up and down the field. Both teams made numerous first downs but neither side seemed to have sufficient punch to score. At first the second half seemed to be a repitition of the first until Albright blocked a punt and then a pass, Albright to Hollis Adams, placed the ball on Muncie's three-yard line. Mendenhall then plunged through for the winning touchdown. From then on Central played a defensive game, punting on first and second downs. In the last quarter Muncie tried to open up a passing game but were not able to make much headway. For Central, Todd was the outstanding player both on offense and defense. Hanover, 6 -M Central, 0. In a sea of mud and water the scrapping Hill toppers from Hanover won a well earned victory from Indiana Central by the count of 6 to 0. This was the first time the Central goal line has ever been crossed at home. Page Eighty-seven BEAN HOLLIS Aonrs SMITH EKlhIER'l' MENnI2NH.xLL Hanover scored early in the first period when, after receiving the kick off. led by Hough, versatile full back, they started a steady march down the field which culminated in a touchdown. All fall the light Central aggregation had been chalking up victories due to their speed and passes but the mud made this impossible in this game. After the hrst touchdown both teams battled on fairly even terms. During the last few minutes of the game Central tried to open up her aerial game, but the slipperiness of the ball made this impossible. Smith and Todd were the outstanding players for Central, while Hough for Hanover was almost single handed responsible for their victory. Central,O - Danville,-ll. After only a three day rest from the strenuous Hanover game, the Cardinal and Gray boys journeyed to Danville and dropped the last game of the season to our bitterest rival by the lop-sided count of 41 to O. The team seemed to be dead on its feet and the heavy Danville forwards had little difliculty in opening holes in the light Central line. On the first play Franklin, of Normal, ran sixty yards for a touchdown. Coach George substituted freely in attempt to check the Danville attack but of no avail. Normal made most of her gains by an inside-tackles play and long passes. Albright and Pence, wearing the Cardinal and Gray inoleskins for the last time, showed up best for Central. Page Eighty-eight .Aa- fr -1 Basket Ball Central Franklin, 60 Central Huntington, 21 Central Earlhani, 43 Central Rose Poly. 27 Central Danville, 42 Central N.A.G.L'.. 37 Central Manchester, 47 Central Muncie, 22 Central Manchester, 57 Central Central Central Huntington, 24 N.A.G.L'., 40 Oakland City, 33 Central Hanover, 18 Central Oakland City. 24 Central Muncie, 43 Central Hanover, 24 Central, Central Earlham, SO Danville. 54 Although not quite half of the games on the schedule weie marked on the winning side of the ledger, basketball at Central last winter was by no means a failure. During the early part of the season Coach George seemed unable to find a winning combination. Toward the latter part of the season, however. the fellows found their stride. Anyone that saw the team in action will testify that they played clean and fought hard: earning for themselves the reputation of being the cleanest players in the state. Page Eighty-nine Eonni liiRlfZH'l' LIMIT :XRT 16iRlCH'l' .AxLllRIf2ll'l' Cnet Season Franklin, 60 - Central. 19 Central lost the hrst game of the season to the "XYonder Five" of Franklin by the score of 60 to 19. Central tallied first on Art Bright's basket but Franklin came back with a bang and began to bombard the basket from all angles of the floor. The score at the half was Franklin, 31, Central, 4. ln the second half the Cardinal and Gray boys found themselves and scored tifteen points during this period. Central, 38 - Huntington. 21 The Cardinal and Gray boys dropped the Huntington college quintet in the tirst home game of the season to the tune of 38 to 21. Five seconds after the start of the game Art llright put Central in the lead with a held goal. never to be headed. Earlham, 43 - Central, 22 Without the services of Albright. star guard, the Cardinal and Gray team journeyed to Earlham and received a sound drubbing at the hand of the Quakers. Earlham grabbed a tive point lead early in the game and were never headed. Art llright led the scoring for Central with thirteen points. Central, 28 - Rose Poly, 27 ln the first basketball encounter in history with Rose Poly, Central emerged victorious by a margin of one point. The game was a thriller from start to finish and the outcome was always in rloubt. Central led at the half, 19 to 16. Rose cut loose with a whirlwind attack and with less than a minute to go Eddie Bright sank the winning goal. Page Ninety CLXRNU HARX'l2N' NTARSIIALL liAlIllI'l'T Danville, 42 - Central, 23 Central dropped a bitterly fought game to Danville Normal by the score of 42 to 23. The game was fast and well played. Central displayed a good Hoof game but were unable to hit the loop. N. A. G. U.. 37 - Central, 30 lndiana Central lost a heart breaker to the Phy-Eds by the score of 37 to 36. The Centralites easily outplayed the Phy-Eds in Hoof work but were unable to find the net. Manchester. 47 - Central, 23 Central dropped another one to our ancient rival from Manchester. The Cardinal and Gray boys played hard but were unable to cope with the superior basketball of the visitors. Muncie. 22 - Central, 20 Central lost a close one to Muncie when the Normalites sank a long one to win in the last few seconds of the play. Manchester, 37 - Central, 29 Central journeyed to Manchester and gave the up-state team one of the big- gest scares of the season. For thirty-six minutes Central led and only after Albright went out on personals did Manchester take the lead. Score at the half was 16 to ll. Central, 38 - Huntington, Z4 After giving Manchester a real scare Central took Huntington into camp the next night by a 38 to 24 count. The first half was evenly contested, but Cen- tral drew away in the last half to win by a comfortable score. Central, 54 - N. A. G. U., 40 Displaying a whirlwind type of basketball, Central took vengance upon the Phy-Eds for the defeat earlier in the season and drubbed them soundly to the tune of 53-40. Oakland City, 33 i Central, 31 The Cardinal and Gray team journeyed south and received a 33 to 31 defeat at the hands of the Oaks. The game was slow and uninteresting. Page Ninety-one 4. Q1-4,3 1 fr-f '1' 'W -flq JK A. " ,, + U 1 I 4 L . V '-1 -vu X 4-5 .r of -A - nu It fi J V' 'J nr .4- 49 .. I 1 c 7 X ' I I 4 4, .,. 4,0 1 I I Y.- vs! AY 5- A 0 -. , . A .. .-1 g-J Rffrxlllvl-iN Miiaitvxrxx lf.-XILl-:Y ' -Esmimpii Central, 35 4 Hanover, 18 Central went to Hanover and took the Hilltoppers by surprise by handing them a 55 to IS defeat. Central started off with a rush and scored 15 points before the Hilltoppers could Find the net. Clarno and llabbit made a real job of the defense end and Hanover only scored ten points from the floor. . Central, 45 - Uakland City, 24 After reaching home from the Hanover game at three o'eloek in the morn- ing, the Cardinal and Gray boys handed the 1 Paks a 45 to 24 defeat on the follow- ing night. Central scored at will and the subs were sent in early in the last half. Central, SS -- Hanover, 24 Central gained sweet revenge when she sent the Hilltoppers home on the short end of a 38 to 24 eount. Hanover led at the half 16 to 12, but Central came strong in the final period and soon took the lead never to be headed. Muneie, 43 - Central, 50 Muncie broke Central's winning streak by handing her a 43 to 30 defeat. During the first half Central played on even terms with the Normalites, but in the second half Muncie started hitting the loop from all angles. The score at the half was 15 all. Central,4U H Earlham, 30 Central tasted sweet revenge when she sent the Quakers home with the little end of a 49 to SO score. This was the last time that Eddie llright and Albright played in Cardinal and Gray togs on the home floor. The game was fast throughout. Central took the lead late in the first half and were never man. headed. Eddie with eighteen points to his credit was high point Danville. 54 4 Central, 21 game of the season Central received the severest drubbing of the 21 score from the heavy Danville quintet. The score at the half was 21 to 7 in favor of the winners. The game was exceedingly rough from start to finish. In the last year by a 54 to Page Ninety-two Intra-mural Basket 'Ball AST winter, due to the fact that the student body had gradually grown so large, it was decided to form an intra-mural basketball league so that prac- tically all the boys in school would have a chance at some sort of competitive athletics. Under the management of Paul France a league of seven teams was or- ganized. Each team's name started with "XX '." Each team played six other teams. From the outset it was evident that the race for the championship was goingito be a two team affair between the lYhizzbangs and Xlheezers. These two teams met in the last game of the season to decide the championship, since both teams had previously defeated every other team in the league. The game started off with a rush, both teams playing a fast brand of ball, At the half the lVhizzbangs led by three points. but the lVheezers came back in the last half and won by a three point margin. After the league was tinished a tournament was held: the llheezers drew a bye, and met the Vfhizzbangs in the semi-hnals and to the surprise of many were defeated, 17-14. From all indications the lYhizzbangs were doped to win the final game easily, but the lliasps thought otherwise and hit the basket from all angles to win by a ZS-22 count. Page Ninety-three A V ' ii 'f 9. .. C- ' Y W, . ne? V" l ag ! iw, W -Y i, -ll Q , x -6 :, 1. wi " I . x A l l , T ' K 'l 3' ' W vw JE-QR ' in 5, " Wifi- 9 3:7 -' Q ' - ?"efff:g3 Q, .QE X , A1'Q ' , f-' l . . l -' Z.. , . 1- 'L' . Q ' - ,-:' 5' ..., ' . 5 " -, v ,' ' A fb, .. ,.-, 1 , '-l ' 5 fm, ' A , . Girls' Basketball ACH yezu' 5L'YL'l'1ll girl! lnzlsketlmll teams are urgzmizerl. Altlwugh there were no i11te1'-eullegiglte gzunes sel1eclulecl.twu teams were wrgzmized under the directilm uf .'XSSiSlEllll Coach Ilzlvilxmfl, These teamx played iCVCI'2ll Curtain misers fur the hmm- gamef. Page Ninety-foul Crack AST spring for the first time in the history of the school Central placed a track team in the held. Although only a few men had ever dune any track work the squad went tu work with a will and develuped a team that rang up a thousand percent victorious as a seasons total. The hrst meet was a triangular affair between Central, Danville and N. A. G. C. Central won easily hy a lopsided senre. The team showed up especially well in the distance events. The second triangular meet was held at Danville between Central, Danville and Rose Poly. Although the Engineers put up a strong upposition the Cardinal and Gray team finally came thrmugli with a victory by a tive point margin. ' Q?"'Q'-"?T Afecf. . 4 ' ?"""f iz' ni ,3f.l"'Q'3'?FFk3X5F39 'f 'iv' ' Ms? S ' 'gigs ' E ,QS i t, r "rf1'f1. 's Qs. x 4, 1 'mln V' . H - . WLS' 2' t . - : " 1'-rx . il Cmnt lli"1'I.liR Img-A Nim-Iv-tix .A Grack HE Track Team made its initial appearance at Indiana Central last spring. but in its first year participated in two triangular meets and the Little College meet at Earlham. The first meet of the year was held at XYillard Park with N.A.G.L'. and Danville as our opponents. Of the twelve events in the meet, the Cardinal and Gray captured six firsts: -l-lO and 880 runs, Good: high hurdles and high jump, Noble: mile, King: pole vault, Mendenhall. NYhile these fellows were taking the firsts. they were finding that usually their nearest opponents were Centralites, llutler took second in -HO and 380 runs: he also took second in the high jump: Pence, in the high hurdles: Bright, the low hurdles: and Cox, the mile. Central men copped third place in five events, and fourth in two. N.A.G.L'. took five firsts, while Danville took two. Good with two firsts and two seconds to his credit was high point man for Central. Butler with eleven points was second. while Noble with ten points tied with Stahle of N.A.G.L'. Central had little trouble winning the relay. The final score was: Central, 67: N.A.G.L'., -ll: Danville. 34. - After defeating N.A.G.Li. and Danville. the team journeyed to Danville on May 9th and defeated Rose Poly and Danville in the second triangular meet of the season, hy a close score. ln this meet, Central took six Firsts, eight seconds, and six thirds. Although no Central man took first in number of points. Central scored consistently, failing only in the shot put. Cox with first in the mile and two mile was high point man for Central. Good and liutler tied for second with nine points: Noble, seven: llarnes and Ilright, six each: Arhogast, five: King and Mendenhall, three each: Clarno and York, one each: and three points for second in the relay. The final score was: Central, C533 Rose lloly. 591 DHH- ' a ville, la. At the Little State Meet held at Earlham, Arbogast was the only man to place. taking third in the low hurdles. Although this was Central's first track team, it made an enviahle record with good time in all the meets. Page Ninety-six Baseball 1925 SEASQN 1926 SEASON Central, 10-H anover, Central, Q-Franklin, Central, J -Muncie, Central, J-Hanover, Central. 2-Franklin, Central, S -Muncie, Central, ll-N.A.G.U, Central, 9 -Butler Freshmen, April Rose Poly April Muncie April Franklin April Butler April DePauw April Franklin May DePauw May N. A. G. U. May Rose Poly May Muncie May Butler 1, 1 here? fx here l 1 there l l there J 1. there l L here l 1 here 7 K here J 1 there l 1 there 7 there J P RCM a mediocre team to one of the strongest in the state has been the history of the baseball team in the last two years. Last spring under the leadership of Capt. Herrin the squad hung up the record of seven victories and one defeat This year games have been scheduled with teams like Butler and DePauw. Only two men are not back from last year's squad and there seems little doubt that me shall enjoy a successful season. Page Ninety x en ,. lf sr f - .53 .gy- "Dit'li" l-lAR'r12R I mn .3 x llllilll i m llllllli li. .- ' 14, Dick, our diininutive shortstop, was all over the diamond at the same time. His presence will he greatly missed next year. CAIVIXXIN Hoxu-ZR HICRRIN Captain Herrin was our pitching ace. Not only could he make opposing batters pound the air, but he was the leading batter of the team. "Sl'lUR'l'YH NIENDENHALL "Shorty", who took care of the center garden for us in grand style will be with us yet another year. He is one of the best outtielders on the team. "Orr" ALi3R1C.H'1' "Ott", our southpaw backs-top, did his share in winning for Central. It takes a good man to hold our pitcher and he was the man for the job. Page Ninety-eight "HAN" BARNl2s "Han" played the keystone sack for us most of the time and held his position down in great style. He sure takes a healthy swing at the ball. HARRX' Gown Harry, our fast stepping nrst baseman, was a good fielder and the hardest hitting man on the team. He will be greatly missed next season. 4 PAUL FRANCE "F1'enchy" held down the hot corner in great style. He was a constant menace to our opponents. both with the stick and in the Held. i'EDDIEi' BRIGHT "Eddie" was our fast going left tielder. His iielding average is very high, and due to his excellent peg he was able to cut down many of our opponents' runners. Page Ninety-nine . , r 2 -Ln..... :. L "anti . W ill ' 5 .: , rl L i ..,...::b. Q ,.-.- -.,. :-, lil' f .fffiwi i Xt! 'fig ff 5 j lf : 1:5 L mid g i . iff? iljitl,l.l:.i HEIJIDIIQH Picxcii "Eddie" was our utility man. He was fast on his feet, and was always a menace to our opponents, when it came to stealing bases. Evi5RE'r'r HOFFMAN Everett Hoffman relieved 1 Jtto now and then on the catching end of the game. He was fast on his feet and had a bullet-like peg to second. YYJTIINIIEL Civrr "Kittv" was our relief hurler. He delivered from the port side and when going good, his curves were hard to solve. Ask Franklin, "Trim" CI..xRNo "Ted" was one of our utility men who could always be relied upon to give a good account of himself. He is a good hitter and fielder. Attaboy. Ted! "Burr" HARvEv "Bud". who was one of the freshmen to make good with the varsitywwill probably hold down a regular berth in right held next season. He is one of the best hitters in school. Page One Hundred f 4.5" lf, A. .D 5 A i " I' V A .. 5 v I pr, f . jx if K maui , 3 V AN 9 I 2 ' 3 'n ix. ll Q " T ' f 'R 78 E. ' Q ' "H 1--.Q ' ..212f- if it 'm Geuuis AST year Central participated in her second year of inter-collegiate tennis. Matches were held with Indiana State Normal of Terre Haute and Franklin. The Cardinal and Gray team broke even with Franklin. but lost lmoth matches to State Normal, the school which ranked second in the state. There is not as great an interest in tennis as there should beg however. this is due in part to the lack of proper facilities in the way uf courts and equipment. VVith two varsity men, Nall and France. hack this year, a successful season is assured for this spring. Good and Saulo will be greatly missed, but there will be plenty of aspirants for their positions. Page One Hundred One r .f- ., I. .W ssiz- l Y , ,R . , We .- . .UQ ,A... ,e , . ,,+... s X- . s A ' f " " men HILE the "CH Men are not recngnizecl as an cmgaiiizatiuii on the Campus they play such an important part in the life at Indiana Central that they must nut be slighted. XYtih1+ut a duubt the ability to wear a Yarsity should be regarded as a great liimur and the wearer shnuld be respected fur nut only has he fulfilled the schnlastic requirements but to him has been intrusted the linnbr of Indiana Central in her inter-cullegiate activities with either colleges. Hther schimls judge us fur a great part by the spirit and fair play that our teams display. Every wearer of the C is a loyal stippmter uf clean play and is unswerving in his clevotinii to Indiana Central. 'lliiiuili l,i2'1"i'1i1a KIHN Few are the men bn the campus that are versatile eimugli tu be able tu win the cwveted "C" in three different branches uf athletics. Not only have these men been cunsistent athletes but they have taken pusitiuns nf responsibility in other College activities. 'llhey have been members uf the Yll. Cabinet, Literary So- cieties, Hracle Stan' and other inipurtant m-ganizaticins. Page une Hundred Two Che Alumni T is very pleasing to see an alumnus of Indiana Central College walking through the familiar halls of the administration building and laughing about some incident which had occurred when he was a student. In October, 1925, during the State Teachers' Association, many former students and graduates met with the students of the college at a banquet. This banquet was such a success that another was held in 192-l. In the fall of 1925, there was a real I-Iome-Coming at Indiana Central and a large number of former students and graduates assembled, Our Alumni have been very faithful to their Alma Mater, and the students of Indiana Central are always pleased to see one of the number return. The Alumnal Association was organized in 1910 and it has exerted a great deal of inliuence on the college life at I. C. C. The Association holds an annual business session and banquet during Commencement week. The purpose of the organization is to maintain a closer contact between the members of that Assoc- iation and their Alma Mater. The students certainly are more appreciative of their classmates, the dor-e mitory life, and the time spent in the class room, after they have heard an alumnus speak in Chapel. The whole scene is viewed in a new light, and a small portion of the future is foreseen. 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Seventeen prizes in one year is a record of whieh We may well be proud. Let us help you put your annual in the prize Winning class. - Ifrife mfor complete Z'1W7'llZLZfZ.07Z. INDIANAPOLIS ENGR.-XVING COMPANY Ilnzzfsizz B1z1'!fI'i1zg INDIANAPOLIS 1 INDIANA ,D u Page 01111 1-Iundred Six P g 4 HERE are many factors to be considered in buying printing. CII Foremost among these are personal service, skilled workmanship and quality material-all of which you may depend upon receiv- ing when you place your order with us. QI It will be to your advantage to consult us before you sign your next printing contract. THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY Su ANDERSON, IND. Due un Photographq YEL QI l turn back the pages of the book of Memoru. l bring uou thoughts of past gears and oldftime friends. QI Though men maq pass and Empires crumble to dust, mu magic will preserve their likeness for future generations. QI Not Purse proud,l am in the reach of all. l illumine the pages of Historq, and make learning possible for the multitude Cjlborn instantaneouslu in a Rav of Light, l become everlasting. CII lt is indeed a pleasurable privilege to have a part in uour 1926 Oracle: Clem C. Uoorhis Photographer' Nicholson Studio 611 N. Illinois St Phone Main 4209 P Hllll The Electric Railways Gffer you facilities for TRAVEL that cannot be obtained from any ' other source. We rwm' pY0urpcPf1z'r0m1ge And we know we can save you TIME and MONEY Indianapolis Sz Cincinnati Traction Co. Interstate Public Service Company Union Traction Company of Indiana Terre Haute, Indianapolis SL Eastern Traction Company F II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II L 1 II II II II II II Indianapolis Paint8zColorCo. I I I High Grade Paint, Enamels II Stains, Fillers, Etc. I I I I I I II -IIIIJIJCFS of GL.-XSS, IIRLIS-HES and LILLY YARNISHES I' I I I II , . . . . . . . II II I' are prozrd of flu' fart wr' fllfllljfl all H1afc1'1a1.v 111 our 11110 fo II I I I Iizdialza Cxfllfftll College II I 12-I South Illinois St. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. II II II :::::::::::::::::::::::22:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::--4 Y. BRANSI.INiSl1'Q your daughter has promised to become my wife. IXIR. ENIILAND-XXIQII, don't come to me for sympathyg you might have known that something would happen to you, hanging around here live nights out of the week. F:::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::i ::::::::::::::t3332533222:3 I I I II I' II II II II h II I 'I e I, once noon II 0 II . ,, 'I II I Indiana Central Colle 9 " II ,, I -- II II A wIINnER1fL'L INS'l'I'I'L"I'IIIN Fon 'I'llIi 'l'lCAL'IIINIl IIF IIIIYS AND GIRLS II II . I E ' 1: Remarkable opportunities for the serious minded student at I: I I' an unusuallv low cost. II II - I, II . . . - . II NX ith a StI'OIl0' rehffious lmaekcfround that creates a line s ir- 0 6 b 35 U 1: ltual atmosphere. II II II . . . II May it continue 1ts wonderful growth and stand out as a II . II real credit to our great state. I' II A SINCERE FRIEND. 'I 4 II I I I II II II II ,,::::22::::::::::::::::::::::::t:::::::::::::::3::::::-ff--1 Page One Id'LlI'liIl'GI'I Ten "U"e""""""""'d'1T IWW C""'C C """"'C C C ATI I I Th k I 625 :: :: an 5 I 'WIP' II II II ll During the year 1925-1926, II The Edgewood Press successful- ly served Indiana Central Col- II ll lege, The Oracle, The Reflector, OF I 1: ummm Club, Y. M. C. A., and II :I 1: xixv. C. A.,C11fiSmm Endeavor, I Literary Societies, various other II organizations and individuals with a high quality of job printing. ll .-I zuaruz flmuk youz'sv,1'fm1Liva' II II II :c 1: The 1: 0 I I I C39 I II Edgewood Press II II G, SIiL'rsER'r FRYIC, '27 :xx::x::::::::x:::I IL:x:::::::::::::::::CJ PRoF."s XYIFEM-Do you know that you haven't kissed me for six weeks? .-XBsEN'r-MINDED PRoF.eGood heavens, whom have I been kissing? You'll Like the Flavor of I HAMS AND BACONS I 'FI II I I I I I I KINGAN'S I "RELIABLE" I I II I I I I EACH PIECE CAREFULLY SELECTED I I MADE Frzoir crrorciz Colm-FED HOILS :I I I LEAN AND FAT PROPERLY PROPCIRTIONED SMOKED SLOVVLY WITII HICKORY WOOD I I I II CURED BY SPECIAL MILD-CURE FORMULA I I SWEET, JUICY AND TENDER-DELICIOUS I KINGAN sl Co. I Pork and Bvef Packers INDI.-INAPOLIS I I e One Hundred Eleven I I I II II II II 1 'W ll na ' Il The Fletcher American 55 tr ' l B k H Ht1OIl2l an 3 41 Of Indianapolis ., 11 ll , . if 'lnii 51IRl'I'HF ,x llixxsq ll it lt is a well recognized fact that the Spirit uf a liank-the motive in which guides it in its dealings with custinners-is the most effective Iluilfler uf Cowl XX'ill possible for a bank In possess. Not how much it can make out uf a customer, but how much it can do for him, consistent A ll with sound banking, is the spirit that runs through the daily relations of U this liank with its customers. ll 0 ::::::::::::::::-:::---:::::---::::::::::::::::::::::::::i Miss XX'ii,xx'1i1eflJo you know why we call our language the mother tongue? Bl.XI'RlL'li llxkswxs- Iiecause father never gets a chance to use it. ::::::::::::::::::::::::--ey F:::::::::::::::::::::::::::q lr 0 qi 0 U li h il 'l L L 3 F. I. SC uster 1: QE et ang 3 ll U , tl C 1 C " " k E " OH O. gg 3 a Q ITI gl il 4, ll DEALERS IN ,, 0 . . ,, C I C k d tg 3 Fratermty Pins gg 03. O 9 all l' H " , 5 , Eg 3 and Badges gg l 'llhat you will be proud of. , Yiflt' fl" df' Cl 2 d Qemeut masks Lfiulent liziilrl-wliwiiglitelil' yoiiiijliiien llor alusterp. 11153161 Ming young men, , ewer me ' e .1 C, ,, U U Q l,1'1CliS anfl Klmjtfll' U Lolor Asphalt bhingles lb ,, U lllld Roll lifitbflllg THE SHOP OF 'mm' AND ,x1,I,1iN .xx'I2Ni'ES C. ' ll fi! ,I ICWELER AND s'1',-x'i'IoNER l'hone Dliexel SOOO Phone M.-Xin 3667 I Y UI -X Y 1,01 I Q. ni 310 Kahn Bldg., Indianapolis, A ' A ' 4 P I, Indiana :i ll ' :::::::::1:::::::::::::::::I Q.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::4 Pago One Hundred 'Twelve ll Tel. Southport ZQXY-l l The Motor Slogan South of Southport on Madison Road or State Road No. l u nu mn nn ll ll ll :I 'rr-115 liomli or noon '1'H1Nr,s 'ro :l EAT I :I Try our Cozrzltry Club Breakfast lp . . . . , Frled Chicken and B115-SOUTI Style Barbecue if Coffvc you will 11766- ll I lr ll ,, Ei'01'yfl1i11g1 lzoulwfookcd- :I Crilzdics. Ive CVUCIIII and drizzlrs 1: that arc fold. IC XYe Cater to the Most Fastidious lf l'ARTIl'fS out SPECIALTY :I -A trial is all we ask- xxi H. ELLINGTCJN, Prop. B ,,,,, ...... The Gus I-Iabich Co 12QU1Px1EN'r Fon BASKETBALL FOOTBALL BASEBALL TENNIS HUNTING AND GYMNASIUM SPORTS Bl A N H E.-XDQI'.XRT ERS The Gus Habich Co. 136 East XYashington St. M. LYNCII-Eddz'v's a lllft' laid, a good Inrslsfflnill f71CIj'4'I', and I likc 1 but flzcrv is one flllllfl tlzv uzattvr Azvitfz lzinz--lzr"s just a little forward. F---- ------- -- ------v-v ----- -------------v - - ---- v --- II Interstate il Motor Coach Service Il ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 ll ll II ll ll ll Between Indianapolis and Louisville and Intermediate Points .. EXCELLENT SERx'1cE CoMroRTABLE CoAcHr:s Pay-as-you-enter and De Luxe Coaches if Interstate Public Service Company I ll lb Page One Hundred Thirteen WHEN YOU NEED THE SERVICE OF AN AGENCY 1 U U ll Write or Phone us. We place teachers in Universities, Colleges Public and Private Schools THE EBLE TEACHERS' AGENCY If 516-518 Continental Bank Bldg. JOHN EBLE, Manager Indianapolis. Ind, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1::::::::::::i-:::1 ll ll A. D. JONES IE 1 Electrical Contractor Il lb 21 N. Temple Street Indianapolis, Ind. 11 :::::::::::::1:::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::f:Q 3221332222331i:::::::1:2:I Il - -. 1571 II f V551 . 5-13 IT lndlana u 1 1, 1 1: Central fn! 1 -1 J il 11, . f f 1, - f' 1, , '- Je' 11 -. ' 'A E VN ! 1' ,. 5 ff' " " up f i t gg ij College M M' 3 3 1 LQ 5"' V 0 ' in YQ I ll f if 1: H 111 1 1 ? 1: ,X . ' 1 s 11 a NR 11 ead I 1: , SS 1 11 quartels 1 5 W 1: 5 A Na Q 1: f ll l C .1 11 fgy V " M - - 1 1 - f 1: aking Your Eyes Sprint 11 1 1 l , UQ if ll Forcing defective eyes In See is like 95' IITQIIH' IH! keep EIT with a Cl1ampi1,1n 11 C H t F ' lil' 5I!l'llltC'l'. mtl tax' a tr'me1c'l' : t'll " g uf IlE'I'YUllS t'l1gl'Qj'l. Mus U a S7 S 'H-ir: lfklvrp wi' P.-XY is 1'1,m 1gm,.x'1' "The 57079107 VUINFSU H.XYl-I Yotiq EYES HXAMINED QI 205-207 E, Washington Street P Hoosier Optical CQ, "Court House is Opposite Us" .llu11l1fu1't1H'i11gf fiffiflllllj 4' 0 us N. Illinois si. Imlianaymlis II U ll :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 5:::::::::::::::::::::::::::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::: x..,-:::-1-:rf :::::::::::::::::n 11 ll 11 I: Southport 11 Cf'mP'ff"f"'S of :- 11 I L b C It 55 urn er 0' II Dr. Fred Kurtz 3 ll 11 . . ll Building Material Physician . 1 of all kinds 11 1: 410 Occidental Building z Phone, Southport 3 3 ll II 1 AA,AA,-----,,,------------ b::::::::::3:::::::::II3:C3C Page One- Hundred Fourte 911 ll ll ll F f---- ------ff----------f-- -w r --------- ff---- ---------Y- ll ll 0 ll ll ll gg M. H. Reasoner Teachers Agency 1: 1: The Blue St1'Q3.k li 904 National City Bank Cor. Madison and Hanna flzfe. lu u I Indianapolis, Indiana BARBECUE and 1: THE only Agency that personally CQNFECTIQNERY 1: visits Indiana Schools, studies U C T Y Ii C in actual school conditions. ll MNDX LE REAM ll in 0 SUFT DRINKS :I I701z'i lm lvd axfray or zvaxtl' yum n :I mm-2 Colne in and meet H -'SEE RE.-XSONER FIRST" 1: 3 MLTTT AND JEFF IL2222222222222222222222222 21 IL22222222222222222222222 r :--- ---- 2--:::::: ---: :::-22- :::-::::- ll ll ni l 1' Ab All if Qua 1ty ove lu u ia ll ll QQ Herff-jones Co. ll ' if cesiemans AND MANL'FAC'llL'RERS oF ll u jf School and College Jewelery if AND 0 , , if Commencement Invltatlons ll ll oFFIcI.xL -IENVELERS To fl CLASSES OF 1926, '27, '28 and '29. wa F3333 iii 5:33333-73:37:33::31::::::::i3::: 133322321 l ' l l Lon 'S Gar gg E. B. Tltus if 55 Q' 339 ,, 0 0 lg ll ll . 1 K . 1 1: Plumblng and l E IERAL REPLXIRINC II Heatin ll BATTERY SERVICE mr ll U g GAS and OILS ll ll 'l 0 fl GV99l'1W00d, Indiana Southport Phone 151 II ll ll U ll ,xg u2222222222222 22222 52222222 -2222 Pa ge One Hundred Fifteen XVhy not buy that new Improved Chevrolet 1 ll ll lb lb In lr lr lr lr lr P FROM U nr Kelly Sales Company 1: lb 4 Greenwood, Ind. 1+ In Ask about our service Telephone No. 10 nu :see:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.i lx lb nw nv r o tl lb ll john M. Williams Il Il Twenty Years 1: na 0 ll 1: 1: from Now 1: nn u lb Watchmaker and You will want good sight twenty li " years from now. But if you are ' Jeweler going to have it you must not neg- ll ll lect your eyes now. 4 0 ll ll 1 n If ' 1 ll Omcial Watch Inspector, Vandalia attengfnlg 632,85 Jimi dgliepushgg and Pennsylvania Railroads rand examined at Once- T. H. I. 81 E. Traction Co. U If you need glasses we will ore- I: ,, scribe the correct lenses to relieve 4, ll ll your eye trouble. 1 Rooms 429-30, Occidental Building If you do not need them we will Fourth Floor tell you so. ll lr li lu Iv ' ll S. E. Cor. Illinois and Washington L, Streets lb lr Incorporated li Optometrists and Opticians U IP lr . ll Phone' Main 1946 137 North Pennsylvania Stieet lb ll Indianapolis, Indiana if l 2 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::al ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::22:C:-' -::: ::::::::::::L:::::T IC 0 0 00 W SL R El ' C " ll . nw Electrical Contractors 51 House Wirin and Fixtures " g u 1725 S. East Street :Q nw ll A. C. WIRICK 3 ll Phone DRexel 2527 Res. 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Dav1s Motor Lines Inc. Il II 1: fm... ........ . ll ll 1: A. G. Harmon, General Mgr. Phone 196 11 ll 1l 1 1: Phone: Alain 0299 1: Call 111' our v.1'fr'11sv ll II Il TIIII333 IIIIIIIIIIIZ322222222IZ:IIillliiiiiiiliifiiiiilii ll II Fon YOUR HEAL'rH'S SAKE ll tl If 1QA'r A n1sH oF ll Il 11 Furnas ce Cream 1 31 EVERY DAY ll 1: .-ldds Vim: Vigoz' and Vitality to Mind and Bod-v ll AAAA, -M AAA-----,AA UA bllllililiiifiliffffiii vv----'v'7 -------vfi 3 Ziillfliil P age One Hundred Seventeen W' N Qmaa 0 MEIN 1: New Dormitory Now Under Construction Q 0 g lb Another 0 'P EE Step se 0 0 if Toward if 0 0 ii The se Il Il 0 ' 1' 55 Greater 1: IE o if QE Indlana 1: II II 55 f Central E1 nu 'P ,, 4+ gg 0 mu 'P EE EE EE L man Stahl :: 'I . .. XV 5: 'f Cgllege Builder ll I' v.tt ...Q I Page One Hundred Eighteen State Savings Sz Trust Co. 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Food for Thought 'V 44 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 4 A Page One Hundred Twen li y A 1 1 I1 ,221i::,:::::,:::::-:::::1:21:211:::::::::,:::::::::,::::i-,, ' I ' 1 Graduatlon 1 from College opens the gate into the highway of life. If you I have learned the art of conservation of your earnings along with 11 your liberal arts culture, you will have a valuahle asset with Il which to begin life's battles. 1 -' 1 Uhr lienplrn 912119 Mania 1 Felix T. McXN'hirter, Founder : O Peoples Hank Building l3Il-136 Ii. Market St. i 1 L 1 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::J I:::::::::::::::::::::'ll f:::::::::::::::::::::'l' 1 1 1 11 GARDEN HEIGHTS ADDITION 11 11 1 11 Six liloeks West of Indiana I 11 Central College 6 "" 1 'I IDI-'RIRAIILF Hoxnf S1111-ws " " ' I v. 'I . ' ., . ' I' " 5 C . S " ' I XX ill lluild to bllli Pureliaser Ae the irqde Stan 1 I ' .. . 1 EIITIOFQ BIOS. Realty CO. 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I I D:::::3:::::::::::::::- 'A" 2:22222::::::::2::::2:22222:::::D Page One Hundred Twenty-one SEE ---..4 vp 'Elle ADDITION DE LIGH TFU1. 1 0 . - i E 7 Already a Home Community, 30 Houses Built in Fifteen Months. Both Sides Madison Road, Just North of Southport. SOME Fli.fXTL'RliS l.argc Lots fII x ZIIII, Ifareftilly rcstrictcrl. fIIll'llIlCiC drainage system. Ciinlercrl 1-ozirlwziys. lilectric lighted streets. Ijuorl traiisiiiwtzttioii. 'l'wenty minutes from center of City, High anfl Ijrafle sclmols, Clnirclics and all kinfls business close. RliAXS1IN.Xlil,li PRICES- -EQXSY TERMS FRANK E. GATES SL SON, Realtors 02-I Illinois Bldg. Blain HII9 I 9 II II II II 0 I II II I II II II II A Cla he Reflector Staff lDishes to congratulate Cl' he Gracie Staff On its fine 1926 Annual CRQOVD The success of both is to a large extent due to Coeoperation. Mau we continue to work together for Greater Indiana Central. 'IW II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II II I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I II II II II II II II II -I Page Une Hundred Twenty-tw 13 T ii beiviceclualitb'SatisfaC 0 ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 J. Nl. PARSONS, Otterbein Ave., ll Indianapolis lb T ll ll ll II li ll Spink'Arms Hotel ll ll If We specialize in catering for the social fuiictifms of college 11 literziry societies and classes: in fact the Sl'lNK-ARMS is an 11 ideal place fwr all sucli activities. ll ll :I lla. 5805, XY. ,-X. Holt, Mgr. 0 nu A L A UTOGRAPHS A' f 1 -1. ' 'e e 411 if f , f :fl Q4j,V+p1 171745 J, A Q ,W J ,K L, U ,1 7- X Ami J J V ' . Page One Hundred Twenty-three Those lDho Have Linqered lllithin Her Halls, Continuallq Sound Her Praise lndiana Central Colleqe indianapolis, indiana C9 A group of satisned students and alumni is the most valu- able asset of any college. The owner of this book is a loyal member of an enthusiastic student body. An excellent faculty and an interested constituency have made Indiana Central an efficient institution of higher education. Indiana Central College is a standard college, characterized by a splendid environment of high Christian morals. Successful teams represent Indiana Central in the various branches of athletics and debating. Literary societies, Christian associations, Ulee clubs, orchestras, band and dramatic club add to the interest E- in student activities as well as the school paper and college annual. There is no reason why you should not make Indiana Central your college. Here is a Christian institution, fifteen minutes' ride from the heart of Indianapolis. Expenses are moderate and scholarship standards high. XYrite to President I. J. Good for information. ""A'V ll l I ll ll tl tl il il ll ll lr lv il il tl il tl ll ll l ll 0 il il tl tl ll lr 0 ll ll tl ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll tl ll ll I ll ll I ll ll it ll ll ll ll tl ll ll ll ll ll ll it it it it it ll tl il ll ll A Page One Hundred Tw enty-fou I. 'He Calendar SEPTEMBER Sth-Registration! Three hundred nineteen students the lirst day! YKV. big sisters entertained the freshmen girls at Residence Hall. 9th-The Y.M., not to be outdone by the Y.W'., had a stag party for their little brothers. 10th-Big mixer in the gymnasium. Didn't we get acquainted? I never saw so many freshmen! 15th-Men's Hall elected officers. VVe were amazed to learn that Fren- chy occupied a place on the council. 16th-Dailey Hall follows suit. 18th-Freshman - Sophomore Tug of W'ar. Poor freshmen, better luck next time. The dean's love feast was very much enjoyed. 26th-Wleepl Weep! Even though a hundred of us did go to Franklin, they won, 31-O. OCTOBER -lth-The discussion groups, spon- sored by "Y's" met for the hrst time. 6th-We defeated Oakland City, 22-O. Do we have pep? I should say so. 7th-The faculty members are re- ported to have lost their dignity at Faculty Club which was entertained by Prof. and Mrs. lieghtel. 9th-10th--Physics teachers of ln- diana honor us with a visit. 10th-Earlham defeated us but we played a good game. The music fac- ulty gave a splendid recital in the evening. 13th-Y. M. stag dinner at Club. 14th-Discussion groups again. Page One Hundred Twenty-five 15th-Dr. McLean of DePauw dis- cussed Campus Problems in chapel. 17th-XYe drubbed Manchester. 22-O. 19th-Girl's debating team chosen. 23rd-24th-Home coming! Began with Open House on Friday night: Pancake fry Saturday morning. Mun- cie game. our favor. 6-O. Alumni luncheon at noon. NOVEMBER 3rd-Mr. Essex of the city, spoke on the subject of India in chapel. 7th-Hanover drubbed us, 6-0. llth-Armistice Day! Danville Normal finally plays us. Score-Unbelievable ! 17th-Frosh-Soph football game. Due to Ott's efficient coaching, Sophs win, 6-O. Doc Emmert treats. 18th-Football veterans were enter- tained by the Booster Club. 20th-Faculty members entertained groups of students in their homes. Zlst-Recital by music and public speaking departments. Z-lth - Discussion groups m e e t again. 25th-Thanksgiving vacation, Hur- rah! Shorty Mendenhall displayed exceptional heroism, and five people who had faith in him were discovered. DECEMBER 3rd-llasketball season opened at Franklin. Score, 60-17, Franklin. -lth-McCune "orates" in chapel. The mixed quartet gave an Qracle benefit program. Sth-Took Huntington's scalp, 58- 21. Sth-Practice game with Em-Roes. Did we win? 35-34! Oth-Once more discussions. llth-The College Choir was ente1'- tained by Madame Dorsett at her home. The "Brass Quartetteu and the mistletoe flll'l1iSllCd entertainment. Earlham beat us, 43-22. lSthfRose-Poly game. XYe won, 28-27. 19th-Another music and public speaking recital. 20th-C. E. has Yesper Service. Chorus gave the Messiah in the even- ing. Mrs. Flickinger, Pauline Jessup. Paul Chalfant and Edward Laschelle were the soloists. 23rd-Home, sweet home, with dreams of Santa Claus and stockings! ,l A N UA RY. Sth-First day after vacation. 6th-Press Club broke the camera. Sth-French program in chapel. Paul Arbogast sang, "Mah 'Ionggf' l2th-YAY. letters awarded. l5th-Home concert of Thalia Choral Club. The girls lived worthily up to their name. l6th-Manchester, 473 Central, 23. 18th-Dean lVaterbury returns. Exams l lflth-Great excitement! Ques- tionnaires on ldeal Mates begin to cir- culate on the campus. 2lst-Registration Day. 22nd-Thalia Choral Club left on tour. Sang at Muncie while Muncie beat us, 22-20. 23rd-lXlen's Hall acquired piano. 23th-Choral Club returned trium- phant. See Frances McC. about her experiences in Ligonier. 30th-Mixed quartette gave pro- gram at Smith Yalley Lf ll. church. FEBRUARY lst-Sth-Mrs. R. NY. Stoddard, head of the ,Art department, conducted an Art Meek. She not only procured beautiful pieces of art. but also ar- ranged for chapel speakers. lst-Dr. Leonidas F. Smith spoke on "XVeyman Adams, Noted Living American Portrait Painter." The talk was very interesting and instruc- tive. 2nd-A stereopticon lecture on "Italian Paintings," was given by Homer G. Davisson. 3rd-Mrs. Myra Reynolds Rich- ards of the Herron Art Institute, spoke on "Sculpturing," and illustrat- ed her lecture in a very interesting fashion. 6th-The Dramatic Club presented Sheridan's play, "The Rivals." l2th-Lincoln's llirthdayl Dr. Long discussed Lincoln in chapel. 19th-Dr. F. E. lleghtel gave an illustrated talk on the subject, "The Forests as God Made Them." Music- al numbers and readings were given by members of the llotany class. 26th-Vera Arbogast and Alletah Eash, assisted by Robert Hodgin, cel- list, gave their junior Voice Recital. vl. Lynn Arbogast was the accompan- ist. 27th-Eleven o'clock Saturday night. A large bonhre on the campus. The students. "Are we down-heart- ed? No!" MARCH. lst-Normal students enrolled for spring term. Some former students returned. Sth-Triangle debate. Wie won from Terre Haute negative, but lost to Manchester affirmative. Page One Hundred Twenty-six 9th-In chapel. President Good: t'Mr. Long, will you speak for the Junior class ?" Mr. Long: "Yes, sir. I think we ought to get behind the college and boost it off the campus." 10th-The Theacallosian Literary Society presented a play entitled, "Aunt Maggie's XYill." 12th-Sophomores have class party. Details shrouded in mystery. 13th-Recital by music and public speaking departments. 16th--President Good's birthday. Faculty gave a surprise party for him. 19th - Second Triangle debate. Taylor L'niversity's negative. Earl- ham's aliirmative team are our oppo- nents. XYe lost!!! 20th-Home concert of Men's Glee Club. Very finished performance. 22nd-Edith Stahl elected May Queen in chapel. 251'Cl4BIldSClll6StC1'5Q ah mel 25th-30th-Spring vacation. 31st-Last lap, with our goal in sight. APRIL lst-Mrs. Dorsett's XVaterlool It is a shame there is an April Fool's Day. -lth-Easter Sunday. Yery impres- sive early morning service. Pageant at the morning service. College choir sang at Yespers. Sth-Men's Glee Club invades some southern Indiana and Illinois homes on its annual tour. 9th+The Young Mens Bible class entertained the Young XYomen's Bible Class. 10th-Public Speaking Recital. lflaseball, Rose Poly, 73 Central, 5. 11th-Club returned rejoicing. And influx of young girl students is promised for next year. 16th-Baseball, Muncie here. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven 17th-Track Meet. Hanover vs. I. C. C. 19th-Philomusea's twentieth An- niversary celebration. B. H. Cain is the speaker. I-laseball, Franklin vs. Central. 25rd-'lunior-Senior Banquet at Spink-Arms Hotel. 24th-Track Meet. N. A. G. If. vs. Indiana Central. 27th-Central vs. DePauw, at De- Pauw. 30th-junior Yoice Recital by Lu- cille Karnes. M A Y lst-May morning breakfast by Y. XV. C. A.. Triangle Meet, Central, Muncie, Manchester. -lth-Central played DePauw. Sth. Public speaking recital. Small College Meet at Danville. 10th-Theacallosian - Zetagathean banquet. Baseball with N. A. G. U. 15th-State Track Meet at De- Pauxv. 19th-E-X-A-M-S-l 21st-Philalethean open session. 22nd-Concert by department of music featuring "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast," a cantata by Coleridge-Taylor, sung by the choir. Central played Muncie Normal. 23rd-B a c c al a u r e a t e sermon preached by Bishop Howard. Senior Candle Lighting service at night. 2-lth-Philomusean open session. 25th-Spring Festival at ten o'clock. Alumni Luncheon and Reunion at noon. Senior Class Play at night. Central played Butler in last baseball game of season. 26th-Annual Commencement at ten o'clock. President Dearing of Oakland City College. the speaker. Thalia Choral Club tours southern Indiana for a week. N '1 12 l u e 3 5 f 9 L E F E S F 3 F E n F- i 1 1 a u 5: J 5 5 A i I 5 5 5 ! a ! r


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