University of Indianapolis - Oracle Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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' K " g: u KP ,SL p ,x I H Q3 , Y 1- , N ii z 1 , u ' 1 of ,. . .5 www held 5 Student Assistants HE student assistants are those who show especial talent and interest in the fields of music or science, and who are majoring in one of those de- partments. They receive practical training which will be beneficial to them in their future vocations, by assisting their major professors. Those assistants with one or two year's experience help in the grading of papers and also instruct classes. All do clerical work and minor routine tasks. The assistants in the science departments prepare laboratory materials, an- swer questions and instruct students, and keep the laboratory equipment in good order. The music assistants give lessons in instrumental music, harmony and related subjects, and aid the teachers in the music department. In addition to the assistants in the music and science departments, Shukry Haramy has served as assistant instructor in French: and Miss Nora Schmidt has conducted classes in physical education for women. First Row-James Weber, Botany: Vida Lehman, Botany: R. W. Harvey, Chemistry: Emil Cooper, Chemistry: Francis Hottell, Physics: Nora Schmidt, Physical Education. Second Row-Irene Allen. Physiology: Harry Davidson, Zoology: Mychyle Johnson. Zoology: Shukry Haramy, French: Beulah Mae Shaw, Music Department: Freda Rider, Music Department: Lon Perkins, Music Department. Page 21 PNNL' Commencement, 1927 Below: XYilliam Low mrncem:-ut speaker, :x e Bryan, com- nd Irby J. Gund Left. Sem lx, Arlxogzusr, Summa Cum Laude. ' Below: Grmluzues of Two- yefnr Tc1cher'Q Cour r 1927 May Festival 1 L 3, 1 9 MQW- Left: Nom Schmidt, May Queen. Ahovr: The Fairies. Left: Seniur :xml junior Queens, and zxttumlamt. Page Z 3 Page 2 4 NESTA GERTRUDE BONEBRAKE In memory of Nesta Gertrude Bonebrake, a grad- uate of Indiana Central, and the first deceased alumnus of the institution. October 27, 1903 to September 8, 1927 Was graduated May, 1925 Daughter of George W. and Stella W. Bonebrake, Bloomington, Illinois. ,. bf-fx.. wife -' .-.. ,.w7f'34fw.'12,' me 15.1. ,'- ., , , "W?'fi'ff'if33Qgf1-.?l7'in .iv "'ifC.,. L if A ' gluigfgg-Eim Q .V ff N ,I "nw, S -.Q 4 It Y A L : . -15Q,v.af:.fq,, ' "ws "ff ' EV Y' ' 1 jeg 'lj 2' Hi. -5 J if 1-Ly-.Hr ' f: Q. 1 Sssivesvwff--we - . v '-fa ..f- 9 W?i'A'l' ,C 5. 'fi 4 V, :ff Qtggg-i'li55.:-,g,L.-4-'ff-i ' bfffri ," :iQ" 5 k:g1',4,',:g4.-'-lf' -uf 'g,.-,fir-SQ ' ,, - 'ff' igiwf ,V -A 4-455 .f aieiaffff 5' YWGEQ . .- rf,-z. ...g5 , pqrfmzw .b -Ev N nf s 1 lie if 5 .fiamfl f v 5- ag gag ,gr f, 5 -5 f'--5 ' - vu-1513? 65. '.-21' diff -4 . ' A'.gf1r5h :. gi :fpp,f5f+ Q-T J- ' ' ai-Q . . HQ? 722' f lv':vY?f " gg" ' :,i.!ZM'-2 .vu Li-i435-'L , 'F - -5 if-5.35-4:PE1.' , ' IW' ' -. Q f ' Q, , , , ,fx 1 vu-:gf Q 15 ng' -' my ff-T' Wai- fs.-15' 1 f ,r -QW -2-1 ff ' s1f.,-WA A. ?L1?' -if 1 -A X311-' WQBL K... 'CSVN QQ'-E. .x 'Q' xl TS- 5: K Page 2 6 HAROLD E. ACHOR Anderson A. B.: History: Zetagathea. President 135: Varsity Debate Team 125 C352 Dramatic Club C15 C25 C35: Men's Glee Club C25: Representative in State Peace Oratorical Contest 135. M1LPoRD BARRICK Brazil A. B.: Sociology: Zetagathea, Presi- dent CI5: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C25: Choir 125: Men's Glee Club C25: Stu- dent Pastor. LEONARD BEAN Bourbon A. B.: Chemistry: Philomusea, Presi- dent 145 : Oracle Staff. Joke Editor C45 2 Varsity Debate Team C25 135: Band 1l5 C25 : Booster Committee C25 : Chemistry Laboratory Assistant C25: Football C25 C451 Tennis C35. RUTH BECK Rochester A. B.: History: Theacallosia: Girls' Gite Club 123. PAUL M. BILBY Muncz'e A. B.: Religious Education: Philo- musea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 135. Presi- dent C453 Senior Yell Leader: Reflector Staff, Joke Editor 135 : Booster Commit- tee C45: Football C25 C35 C45. MRS. CAROLYN S. BLAKNEY Westfeld, III. A. B.: English. VQLNEY M. BRANSON Noblesville A. B.: Chemistry: Zetagathea. Presi- dent 1-F5: Reflector Staff, Business Man- ager 135: Y. Nl. C. A. Cabinet 145: Student Pastor: Dramatic Club C35: Baseball C25 C35 LILLIAN BRISCOE Westfield. III. A. B.: English. MARGUERITE BROCKSCHMIDT Quincy, III. A. B.: lwathemaiicsf Philalethea: Re- flector Reporter 125 C35 C452 Varsity Debate Team C25 135 C45: Dramatic Club 145: Girls' Glee Club Cl5 C25 C35: Booster Committee Cl5. CLARE CHRYSLER Casey, I II. B. Nlus.: Musz'c: Theacallosiat Orches- tra C25: Choir , C35 C4-5: Girls' Glee Club Cl5 C25 C35 C45. CLARENCE C. CLARNO Orangeuille. Ill. B. S. in Education: Education: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C313 House President C313 Baseball C11: Basketball C21: Football C11 C21 C31, Captain ORVILLE COAKE Danville, Ill. A. B.: Che-mistryg Philomusea. RALPH D. CURK Dayton, Ohio B. S.: Chemistryg Zetagathea: Orches- tra C21 C317 Choir C21 C31 C412 Band C21 C31 C41: Men's Cmlee Club C21 C315 Football C31 C41. ANNA DALE Kokomo A. B.: English: Theacallosia, President C31: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C311 Oracle Staff, Literary Editor C4-1: Reflector Re-' porter C11, Exchange Editor C21: Dra- matic Club C31 C41. HARRY R. DAVIDSON C3Ot'ydO77 A. B.: Biology: Zetagathea, President C-I-1: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C-l-13 Choir C21 C31 C413 Band C11 C21: Men's Glee Club C11 C21 C31: Oracle Staff, Advertising Manager C41 5 Booster Com- mittee C-1-1: Zoology Laboratory Assist- ant C31 C413 Basketball Manager C41. HAZEL F. DAWSON Charleston, Ill. B. S. in Education: English. LEE W. DECK Darlington A. B.: Mathematics: Men's Glee Club C11. D. LORENE DUMPH Bremen A. B.: Home Economics. WALTER E. DYE Indianapolis A. B.: Bible: Student Pastor. ' CHARLES A. EATON York, Pa. A. B.: History. Page 2 7 age ALFRED L. EMMERT Center Point A. B.: Bible: Zetagathea: Football Cll 125 C3j: Student Pastor. WALTER H. EWERT Bloomington. Ill. A. B.: Bible: Philomusea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C31 : Oracle Staff. Sports Edi- tor C-H: House President Ci4,Q Booster Committee C491 Baseball Manager C3D. BENNETT PULP Columbus A. B.: Philosoplvyg Philomusea, Pres- ident C-Us Reflector Staff, Joke Editor C233 Orchestra C15 C21 CBJQ Choir Cll CZJ: Band Clj C2j C3j C4j. SI-IUKRY J. HARAMY Jerusalem, Palestine A. B.: History: Assistant Instructor in French. JAMES H. HARRELL Greenwood A. B.: Bible: Student Pastor. RAYMOND W. HARVEY Indianapolis A. B.: Chemistry: Philomusea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C352 Class President C35 C-l-J: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant C33 C-H2 Baseball CU CZD C3j. Cap- tain C371 Basketball CHU. J. QRVILLE HAWKINS Olney. III. B. Mus.: Public School Music: Or- rlicstra C l J: Choir C331 Band Cll: Mens Clee Club CZQ. MARGARET L. HAWORTH Ellzhari A. B.: Latin: Theacallosia: Oracle Staff, Snapshot Editor C431 Y. W. C. A. President C-lj. WOODIE H. HEATWOLE Harrisonburg. Va. A. B.: Bibleg Philalethea: House Pres- ident C-lj. HOMER HERRIN Indianapolis A. B.: Bibleg Baseball CID C25 C3D, Captain CZJ. ETHEL GILLIATT Indianapolis B. Mus.: Voice. FRANCIS HOTTELL Georgetown A. B.: Physics: Philomusea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 12l: Reflector Staff, Ad- vertising Manager 13l 145: Physics Laboratory Assistant 131 HD: Football 133 139 141- KENNETH JENSEN Clay City A. B.: English: Zetagathea: Baseball Manager 1331 Choir 1lj 125 131 Z Men's Cilee Club 1lj 12j: Booster Com- mittee 135. B. ADAI-I LONG Indianapolis B. S.: Mathematics. W. VERN LONGENBAUGH St. Francisuille. lll. A. B. Chemistry: Philomusea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 149: Oracle Staff, Circu- lation Manager 1-ll: Booster Committee President 13l: Student Volunteer, Presi- dent 13j: Men's Glee Club 12J 13j. -EVA MAE LYNCH Danville, III. A. B.: Mafhemalics: Philalethea: Or- chestra 115: Girls' Glee Club 1-H. C. DONALD MARSHALL Indianapolis A. B.: llfIUlhEl77lIllACSI Philomusea, Pres- ident 1-ll: Orchestra 1ll 1215: Choir 115: Band 112 125 13j:Football11j 121: Tennis 12j. FRANCES E. MCCLANATHAN Sterling. lll. A. B.: English: Philaletbea. President 1-H: Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet 12D 1-I-D: Booster Committee 12.5 135: Girls' Glcc Club 1lj 122 13j, President 12j. D. I-IoR'roN MCCORMICK lVashinyIon A. B.: Philosophy: Zetagathea: Presi- dent 131: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1-H2 Class President 123: House President 1171: Football 131 1-lj. CLARA P. lVlENDENHALL Dallas City, Ill, A. B.: Muthematifsg Philalethea: Or- chestra 12j. KNOEFUL K. MERRYMAN Marengo A. B.: Sociology: Zetagathea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 122: Orchestra 111: Band 1l'J 125 133: Men's Glee Club 115 121: Baseball 12l UQ 14-D: Football Manager '14j: Student Pastor: Booster Committee 14-Q. MAYNARD W. MYLIN Marion A. B.: Biology: Zetagathea, President 14-D: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Page Z9 Page 3 0 EDNA MILLER llflontpelier A. B.: lVIaIl7en7a1ics: Theacallosia: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q-15. GRACE MOYER Lakelon B. S. in Education: Home Economics. lVlILDRED L. ODUM Peru A. B.: Mflll79U7Clfl-CSI Girls' Glec Club Q25- WILMA ORR Porzland A. B.: Mathematics: Theacallosia: Student Volunteer: Dramatic Club Q35 H5- ESTHER PARKER Butler A. B.: English: Theacallosia. Presi- dent Q-15: Dramatic Club Q35 Q45: Or- chestra Ql5 QZ5: Girls' Glee Club QZ5. CoLoN E. PARKS Hartford City A. B.: HliSlOFQl,'3P1l1lOmllSCJ Student Pastor. J. MAURICE PARSONS lndiamzpolis A. B.: Economics: Reflector Staff Q15 Q25, Business Manager Q25: Dramatic Club Q15 Q25 Q35: Men's Cilee Club Q75 KARL A. PARSONS lndiamzpolis A. B.: Biology: Philomusea. President Q45: Oracle Staff, Editor Q4-5: Reflector Reporter Q15, Circulation Manager Q25 : Varsity Debate Team Q25 Q-15: Orches- tra Q15 Q25 Q35: Men's Glee Club Q15 QZ5: Tennis Q35. HOWARD R. PATTON 'Warsaw A. B.: Spanish: Zetagathea, President Q45 1 Oracle Staff, Business Manager Q45 2 Reflector Reporter Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45: Business Manager. Men's Cilee Club Q15 Q25, Girls' Glee Club Q25: Class Presi- dent Ql5: Booster Committee, President 425. LON L. PERKINS Olney, III. B. Mus.: Public School Musfc: Or- chestra Q15 Q35 Q45: Booster Commit- tee Q45: Choir Q35 Q45: Band Q15 Q35 Q-15, Conductor Q35 Q45: Men's Glee Club Q15 Q35 Q45: Assistant in Mtisic Department Q35 HELEN PHIPPS V Indianapolis B. Mus.: Violinf Orchestra Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41: Choir Q31 Q41, President Q41: Girls' Glee Club Q21 Q31 Q41. CLARA E. PROCTOR Plainoille A. B.: Latin: Theacallosia: House President Q41: Reflector Staff. Associate Editor Q31 Q41: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q21 Q31: Varsity Debate Team Q21 Q31 Q41- ' LILLIAN RAGAINS Indianapolis A. B.: English: Philalethea, President Q41 ROBERT RAGAINS Indianapolis B. S. in Education: Biology: Philo- musea: Orchestra Q11 Q21 Q31 Q-1-13 Choir Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41: Band Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41: Men's Glee Club Q31g Booster Committee Q31. CLYDE REESE Linden A. B.: History: Football Q21. FREDA RIDER Gary B. Mus.: Public School IVIusicg Phila- lethea: Choir Q41: Girls' Glee Club, Ac- companist Q41: Assistant in Music De- partment Q41. LOWELL T. RIVIR LaFontaine A. B.: Ilflathematics. NORA E. SCI-IMIDT Terre Haute A. B.: IVIathematicsj Philalethea, Pres- ident Q41: Y. VJ. C. A. Cabinet Q41: Booster Committee Q31 Q41, President Q41 5 May Queen Q41: Assistant Instruc- tor in Physical Education Q31 Q41. PAULINE SHARP Indianapolis A. B.: Home Economics: Philaletheai Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q21. BEULAH MAE SHAW Muncie B. Mus.: Piano: Reflector Reporter Q31 Q41 3 Oracle Staff, Art Editor Q41 3 Orchestra Q41: Choir Q21 Q31 Q41: Girls' Glee Club Q11 Q21 Q41: Assistant in Music Department Q21 Q31 Q41. . .IULIO SAULO Santa Rosa, Philippine Islands A. B.: Economics: Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet Q11: Choir Q11: Band Q11 Q213 Tennis Q11 Q21. i 5 E Page 3 I r , 1 Page 3 2 M. MAY SHIRLEY Franklin A. B.: French: Theacallosia: Girls' Glee Club C35: Reflector Reporter C35: Varsity Debate Team ROSCOE D, SMITH Athens A. B.: Bible: Philomusea: Varsity De- bate Team C352 Student Pastor: Student Volunteer: Dramatic Club C35 C45. President C45 7 Orchestra C15 C25 3 Band C15 C251 Men's Glee Club C25. CORRINE SNYDER Corydon A. B.: Latin: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet mg Chair C15 C25 C35 445: Girls' Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C45. ESTI-IER SNYDER Corydon A. B.: Home Economics: Girls' Glee Club C25. VJINIFRED STAHL Indianapolis B. S.: Home Economics: Girls' Glee ciub up qzp. HOPE TAYLOR -Janesville, Wz's. A. B.: English: Theacallosia, President C4-5: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C251 Var- sity Debate Team C25 C35 C-45: House President C25. IDA TIENKEN Quincy, Ill. A. B.: Latin: Philalethea, President C-15: Choir C15 C25 C35: Girls' Glee Club C15 C25 C35 1 Student Volunteer. AUDREY TINNERMAN Dayton, O. A. B.: English: Theacallosia: Student Volunteer. FANNY VARNER Butler A. B.: History: Theacallosia: Reflec- tor Reporter C15 AMOS A. WILLIAMS Rensselaer A. B.: Philosophy: Philomusea: Re- flector Staff, Circulation Manager C35 C45- ALBERTA B. WQLF New Albany B. S, in Education: Education: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C35: Orchestra C15 A. WILBUR YORK Tyner A. B.: English: Philomusear Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C352 Football C451 Track C15 C25 C35, Captain HELEN WILTROUT Warsaw A. B.: Latin. li 1 ww-'..g,:. f., if ,mi-"f-'fi'wa3"k3,.75Affxw,, ..,, -225 gf -4,egg,-V-4..g2fm,gfbEkQSw.-Vg. ,A 5.3 N5-fgff-.,Q,-wP,495,,,, .KAI-1, - -14, 1- .t 1' :Sw 'Q -4 wzwgqaivpa, 4 .Q ' V- Qg.: -.G vi' ifg55f45,e ,. -A 1, .fri L.: . 1 21:59 "W" ,, ' 5? :,.,.-T, :. 1.153 fx '5 1 55 g , 5 1' --f- L Q ' -dak? 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IRENE ALLEN Palestine, Ill. Biology: Philalethea: Physiology Laboratory Assistant C25 C35. PAUL E. BAEEITT Dunkirk English: Zetagathea: Basketball C15 C25 C35, Captain C352 Football C25: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3152 Student Pastor. MABEL BAILEY Monroeuille Music: Choir C15 C255 Girls' Glee Club clip czu. PAUL L. BAILEY Charabusco Historyg Baseball C15 C25: Basketball C15 C25 C35. BESS M. BALLARD East St. Louis Ill. Biology: Tbeacallosia.. Page 3 4 FLOY CARVER llfabash History: Girls' Glee Club CU C25 CD: Orchestra Clj MIGNON CHRISTY Indianapolis Piano: Theacallosia: Girls' Glee Club. Pres- ident CBD. GLEN COX Robinson. Ill. French. LEILA L. DUNBAR Liberty French: Y. VJ. C. A. Cabinet C252 Varsity Debate Team CBJ. OMER W. EASTRIDGE llflarengo Spflnislv: Zetagathea: Baseball Cll C25 3 Track CD. CHESTER H. ELLIS Bremen Hisloryg Philomusea: Varsity Debate Team Clil C25 C351 Dramatic Club 135. Tennis C2773 Track 1.29. V ' 4 .J 5 if .., Jf ROBERT ESHLEMAN Springboro. O. Piano: Zetagathea: Reflector Reporter C25: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C253 Men's Glee Club 429. C ELo1sE EVISTQN Lincolnuille Musz'C: Theacallosia: Booster Committee CU: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C25 C315 Or- claestra Cljvg Choir C'll C351 Girls' Glee Club UD Czl Q31- PAUL C. FAWLEY bVarsauJ History: Zetagathea: Reflector Staff, Business Manager CBD: Booster Committee C3j. HILDA M. GATWOOD Albion Public School Musicg Theacallosia: Booster Committee C15 CED: Reflector Reporter C25 CD: Orchestra CZQ C351 Girls' Glee Club CZ? UD. HARRIET E. GILLINGHAM Janesville, lVis. Historgj Theacallosia: Y. NV. C. A. Cabi- net CZD. RALPH C. HAYTER Bloomington. III. Journalism: Reflector, Reporter CD, Sports Editor CU: Band CU CD. Page 3 5 MARY HIATT Portland History: Theacallosia. Lois H. HOLIMAN Indianapolis Sociology: Philalethea: Y. XV. C, A. Cabi- net 125. MARGARET L. HowE lVoocl River. Ill. English. KENNETH W. HUMBERT Kokomo Historyf Band l2l C351 Basketball 135. DOROTHY JENSEN Fishers Public School Musicg Theacallosin: Orches- tra 135: Choir C353 Girls' Glee Club 133. PHYLLIS E. JOHNSON Canton. Ill. Hislorg: Philnlethca: Y. VJ. C. A. Cabinet Ol. . l l AMZA A. KEY A Plainuille Journalism: Zetagathen: Reflector. Reporter Qlll, Editor Q3j. SHELDON A. KEY Plainuille Journalism: Zetagathea: Reflector, Reporter IZJ, Associate Editor KID 3 Varsity Debate Team QZD UD. J. RAYMOND KIRK Darlington Malhematicsf Zetagathea: Orchestra PAUL A. KRIDER Churubusco A. B.: Philosophgj Philomusea: Dramatic Club UU. lClassificzxtion too late to be included with scniorsj EARL F. LEMME Bloomington, lll. Physicsg Zetagathea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C33 2 Class President ill 3 Band Chll : Booster Committee KZJ1 Men's Glee Club flj: Poor- ball ill llj UD, Captain 635. GLADYS M. LIVELY East St. Louis, Ill. English: Theacallosia, President CD: Y, W. C. A. Cabinet C21 C313 Assistant in Chemistry Laboratory KZD Page 3 6 GEORGE H. MCAHREN Manilla Philosophy: Zctagathea. PAULINE MCDONALD Linzon French. AUGUSTA MCINTYRE Sf. Paul Home Economics: Philalethca. RALPH O. MCKAIN Corzlund Biology. GERALD R. IVIIDDLETON Greemown Englishp Zetzxgathcaz Choir 4.35, KEPHART NALL Portland Biology: Zetagatbea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet CID C23 1 Class President C25 : Booster Com- mittee 415: Orchestra III 125: Band CID C25 C312 IVIen's Glue Club CII C255 Ten- nis CID. VERA PLUMLEY Brazil English: Theacallosin. JOSEPH M. RAOAINS Indianapolis Latin: Orchestra CID C25 C351 Band CZD C332 Men's Glee Club CU CZI. MAMIE RAY Philpott, Ky. History. AVYCE RICHARD South Whirley Public Speahingj Philaletbeaz Varsity Debate Team CBD: Dramatic Club CID C25 C351 Girls' Glee Club CD. HERSCHEL E. SCHOLL Dixon. III. Chemistry: Zetagathea. DAVID L. SCULL Corydon Bible. Paqv 3 7 i W. IRENE SHRIGLEY Dunkirk . English: Pbilalethea: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Clj 43D 3 Student Volunteer, President UD. ELMER SMITH Hansville English: Football llll: Student Pastor. JAMES O. SMITH Cortland Mrithenmtics. DOROTHY SNTVELY Freeport. Ill. Public Spealzing: Philalctbea: Dramatic Club ill 423 43.51 Girls'C1lce Club Clj. LORIN S. STINE Crawfordsuille Religious Education: Zetagathea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C253 Booster Committee, President ill: Dramatic Club 'Cllg Tennis Manager KZD: Student Pastor. ROBERT SWANN Frankfort English: Zetngatbea. JOHN M. THOMPSON Tyner Chemistry: Philomusea: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet QD UH: Class President f2j CD1 Men's Glee Club Qlj, President CZQ . JAMES A. WEBER Huntington Biology: Philomusca: Reflector Staff. EX- changc Editor KZH: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Q25 UD: Varsity Debate Team HD 531: Botany Laboratory Assistant Clj C25 UD. ANNA MAY WERTZ Anderson Piano: Tbeacallosia. WILLIAINI YOUNG Indianapolis Religious Education: Student Pastor. Putin- 35' fr -G. ' vi ',- vw. . v . Nea: ' im Ti-ff' ' ,uw :Fi-. ' ' ' V f- - f -. rf"-R ift 5 LIT- .f."S,e, Hin ,.+ -1 .- 4, -,gg L --'. .-aa 7' ' -Q?f"f'cal""--+ 'Q if as , . .Rf me 25 W L R ag., 3227? 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'W - . r ,x J' ' 3: i ss. , :rx . . Q h- -' lriggb' " .M I ' . K,x,N -N H5 Q, Q 1, 1. . 'ff I Q X " ,. ,. .'-. ,A -,1., f, A-3, .. g Q I .::.,. . - , . ar- f ' . 'f aa.. - as .. fp' . . . - .-1 Q ,- . 5 .,, ' - 5 -I I il , - I. V - 1 . ' . g , ' 14,5 . .' -s P -' liz iff. . ffl, 1.- I ,. , I li' " ' fa-:. r ' c ..--XY'-Gr. 2 . - -. . J' ,revs ' - --I . 1 was-5.4 .. ' ' , .. .X ' g:c.15.a-,sf ' - . . 'f BERT G. "RED" HAVILAND I-IARRY C. GOOD COACHING STAFF y coaches Bert G. Haviland. basketball and track, and I-I. C. Good, foot- iiik ball, baseball. and tennis. The high' type of sportsmanship manifested in every contest and the success of Indiana Central's athletic teams against the larger colleges is due largely to the efficient coaching of these men. The Varsity MC" Association is an organization of men who have won letters in one or more of the major sports: football. basketball, baseball, and track. The coaches and faculty sponsor, Dr. W. P. Morgan, are also mem- bers of the association. The purpose of the organization is to encourage the proper respect and appreciation in the student body for athletics and to foster a more intimate fellowship among alumni and student letter men. ! TI-ILETICS at Indiana Central has been ably directed this year by the tl INDIANA CENTRAL "C" ASSOCIATION Page 5 I NOS" Valentine Was senior cheer leader for Indiana Central during 1927, and de- serves especial mention for his faithful and efficient service. Valentine ranks among the best yell leaders in the history of Central and his Work is highly appreciated. OSCAR VALENTINE HE Booster Committee is an organization composed of two representatives ig from eachclass, the managers of the athletic' teams, the senior yell leader, ll and the director of the band. ln sponsoring 'Apep' sessions, arousing Leif' enthusiasm at the games, and in providing entertainment for the visiting teams, it is an indispensable organization on Indiana Central's campus. After the college games and debates the Booster Committee entertains the Centralites and the visitors with light refreshments. At the end of the football season the Boosters sponsor the Football Party, one of the most delightful func- tions on the social calendar. Nora Schmidt is president of the Booster Committee. Dr. W. P. Morgan is sponsor of the committee and has done much to organize and encourage the members in their Work. The class representatives are Walter Ewert and Nora Schmidt, seniors: Paul Pawley and Hilda Gatvvood. juniors: Clyde Williams and Katherine Stine, sophomores: Clyde Smith and lrene Shirley, freshmen. BOOSTER COMMITTEE -'faweff "af lf., 1 ev " i V V ae? X -V . H -UQ' ' "' 9' f QE? Pilifl' 52 mx, 'Q -:W .- . -, f-'f"kf"' . 5" ' gr ,Q , .inwgaitt-gfgfivzgfvv, f ' 'W' I , ... J NW "lg """ "-ff N- "'.i1 , ' T : 'Y fff'f"J 'V X M- 49: ' '... - X nv' ' 57 V , ' ff?-,. n --ev -',,g,-.531 M - " ey .-.wc -' V X J CAPTAIN HARVEY Spring Sports, 1927 Baseball season in big league style defeat an ing Muncie on the local diamond 5-O, The fellows played well in the opening game, and were in excel- lent form. Hoffman, the last year's catcher was ill, so France received Her- 1'in's slants. Muncie had taken Cen- tral into camp in previous years, but Central won revenge in this fracas. The game was called in the sixth inning on account of rain, before Muncie had scored a single run. NDIANA CENTRAL opened the H ce . A . ', ' Rose Poly was the next opponent that invaded the local diamond and found that the greyhounds had lost none of their former spirit. Rose had a lighting team but fell before Central to the tune of 4-3. lndiana Central then journeyed to Terre Haute to cross bats with the State Normal. The pitcher for Rose Poly had plenty of steam on the ball and Cenl'ral's batters could not connect. Indiana Central tasted defeat for the first time, 5-7. HARVEY, Ctlpluin: HERRIN, FRANCE, HOFFMAN BR RNSON SDPEDS TO FIRST v Baseball CContinuedD In the Indiana Central-N. A. G. U. fracas the Gymnasts pushed into an early lead and held it throughout the game. Nevertheless, the Greyhound svvatters did not give up. Before the game was over, the Indiana Central diamond men had raised the score Within one point of N. A. G. U. The Greyhounds showed unusual fight but lost by a score of ll-10. Captain "Bud" Harvey handled the bat vvell and played a steady brand of ball. The Greyhounds played Butler next at Irwin Field and lost the second game by a 7-5 defeat, Muncie turned the tables on Central on the Muncie diamond and carried off the victory with a score of 2-3. "Pete" Bailey covered the mound for Central and the game was a pitcher's battle. It Was one of the best contests of the season and though Indiana Central was on the small end of the score the teams Were very evenly matched. IVIERRYMAN, EASTRIDGE, BRANSON, P. BAILEY 192 7 BASEBALL SQUAD . sn' 5 Baseball CContinuedl The season ended on the home dia- mond with a return game with N. A. G. U. lndiana Central again met de- feat, 7-ll. There was much unfavor- able weather during the baseball season and several games were cancelled be- cause of rain, France and HoHfman were the only seniors on the team and deserve much credit for their Hne Work. Letters were granted to the men whose pictures appear in these panels. Central, tm. 5 Central 4 Centrale ,, C 5 Central., lO Central ,W , 5 Central 7 ,. Z Central eete 7 EASTRIDGE DRIVES TO CENTER FIELD Ji 5 EI oxi, INMAN, l 9 27 SCORES Muncie ,M Rose Poly E Terre Haute N.A.G.U. , Butler ,t., Muncie t-- N.A.G.U. , BRILHIT. JoNEs :Ami -' 'Ni ...4 ..-GNL. Pulls' 56 '!":.m:...- W. f NX, if 1 , Yuba ii S 1 ' .' V vb X ,V .1-wg :N 1- -L if , " 1- A . 'V x .afelb-5, in A Q'wgTy.:.' Q - - x. X- 4, , .Ax K ... ,g ' f NM 'X .S -N45 'W "J2?.?. Wg! .uw-'N-. 'Y we v. .:"-Xe,---1 1,113 'Siug+w+'::f:bw ,,,,,:-ex-av .'.-'w!'Q:.'. f' 'K ' var, i CAPTAIN YORK Track a scrappy group of team mates f on the l927 track squad. Al- though the team was not Watched very closely by the public, those who represented Central in this sport did some hard lighting for their Alma Mater. Indiana Central's first track meet Was held at Earlham on a cold day in April when the track was partly cov- ered with Water. "Tim" placed first in the high jump, While Glassburn took second in the mile, two-mile and tied for third in the pole vault. Our relay team, consisting of York, Stepro, Brandenburg, and Sibert, outran the Earlham men. Earlham won with 10315 points to ZZLQ for Central. The next meet was with Muncie at the Indiana State Fair Grounds. Cen- tral put up a strong light but Muncie captured the meet with 71 points to 53. Oscar Smith placed first in the APTAIN WILBUR YORK had 5 YORK, Captain: SMITH, BRENEMAN, GLASSBURN CRAFTON RUNS THE LOW HURDLES Track fContinuedj broad jump, Breneman in the javelin, Franke in the shot-put, Glassburn in the mile, and York in the two-mile. A Week later the Greyhound thinly clads met Rose Poly and N. A. G. U. Rose Poly Won with 64LQ points. Cen- tral came second with 38 points, and N, A. G. U. scored 322 points. Smith was next to high point man in the meet. The prettiest race of the day was the low hurdles with Grafton breaking in just behind the winner after an even race of ZOO yards. On April 26 Butler, Indiana Cen- tral, and Franklin competed in a tri- angular meet. Butler scored 77 points, Central 42, and Franklin 13. Smith was high point man of the meet, mak- ing a total of 17 points. Glassburn overcame a large lead to break in ahead of Lee, veteran Butler distance man in the two-mile. Eastridge and Breneman won lirst and second in the javelin throw. EASTRIDGE, STEVENS, FRANKE, CRAFTON 19 Z7 TRACK SQUAD ff Q '3 I of Page 5 9 Track CContinuedD Duplicating the feat of last year, Hanover beat Indiana Central by virtue of a second in the high jump, 641,-Q to 6l I Smith set three new records for Central in the high jump, pole vault, and broad jump. scoring a total of 21 points. Captain York, running his best race of the year, was a close second to last year's state champion in the two- mile race. The Hoosier Relays on May l-I were won by Earlham with Central standing fourth. In the Little State Meet held at DePauw May Zl Smith took first in the broad jump, and Classburn took second in the two-mile. In the Indiana Collegiate Champion- ships Smith placed third in the broad jump. Smith was chosen captain to follow York. The twelve men whose pictures appear in this section, won let- ters in track. If-RAXDIJNBCRC.. BAXIJQY, ELLIS, XVATKINS SMITH IN MID-AIR IN BROAD JUMP Page 60 CAPTAIN FRANCE l9Z7 , Q M, I, . XY? i 1 if Q 'il Page 62 Tennis NFAVORABLE weather condi- tions were a constant source of trouble to the Central court artists and prevented an early start in the season. This made it dili- cult to choose a team from the list of candidates for the opening meet at Terre Haute on April 19. The courts were soft from heavy spring rains and the weather was cold and windy. The Central racquet team was handicapped by a lack of outdoor practice and lost to the State Normal. Meets with Franklin, Muncie, and Terre Haute on the local courts at Gar- field Park followed, and each time Cen- tral was outclassed by opponents. However, Central's tennis team showed improvement in each tournament and FRANCE, Captathng BEAN, MARSHALL TENNIS TEAM v-M4 .Mm Tennis CContinuedD performed splendidly in the latter part of the season, defeating Muncie on their courts and tying with the Baptists at Franklin. The last meet was scheduled with DePauw at Greencastle but was can- celled on account of rain. Captain France, Central's veteran player, and Stevens, freshman, were the best performers throughout the season. The tennis season showed progress although there were few victories. Coach Good is building on the progress of 1927 and has scheduled a list of strong opponents for the coming season. Letters were awarded to the six men shown on these pages. ELLIS. STEVENS, PARSONS MARSHALL MAKES A NET DRIVE ff. .E -"'-X ssl ..41.,.1y! f R Page 6 3 r-N,s Bc-low: Smith jumps 22 ft. f , 45. 45 .. .Q 1 ' 1 " .- MC , -' " 5. 'wil ""' ' K' - rmv?-as 9' .gf -- 1, . 2. il . 43" :A I f E ' ' -' n. Q. ' 'J-Q, , Ur , , : N . L 4-iv :M , , f. if , A W1 A - , . , ,. . Page 64 bf Right: Humer Herrin, Ccntral's battling pitchcr. W ' ' Fall and Winter Sports, 192728 LEMME, Cuplrlin HOTTELL BEAN Football W:FTER several weeks- of hard practice on the gridiron Indiana Central QA journeyed to Franklin to open the season. The Greyhounds held Frank- lin to a single touchdown and a safety. Franklin's touchdown came MQ after a series of line plunges when they carried the ball over the line on a uarterback sneak. The safety was made in the last quarter. The Gre - l1OC311'1dS and Rose Poly battled to a 7-7 tie for the nrst home game of the seasoiii. The field was muddy, and as neither team was able to make any large gains through the line, each resorted to pass attacks. The Greyhounds had the ball most of the time but lost much yardage on penalties. Breneman scored Cen- tral's touchdown by racing thirty-ive yards after receiving a pass from Captain CENTRAL PLOXVS THROUGH MUNCIES LINE KTQ iffy Page 00 DEMMARY VANCE BRFNIEMAN Football fContinucdD Lemme. The Engineers tied the score by a touchdown in the last quarter. A penalty in the last quarter cost Central a second touchdown and the game. Playing a strong defensive game and with the backs crashing through the line at will, the Greyhounds conquered the Quakers l8-O on the Earlham Held. This is the first victory in football that Central has ever claimed from Earlham. Smith and Bright, flashing Greyhound backs. were the stars of the game as they slashed through Earlham's line at will with sweeping end runs and off' tackle smashes for long gains. Our first touchdown came in the second quarter after a series of end runs and passes when Smith carried the ball from the four-yard line. After another series of passes and line plunges the ball was CAPTAIN LEMME LEADS TEAM ONTO FIELD Q f P11419 67 SMITH YORK FI OM BRIGHT Football l.Contin uedl placed on the one-yard line and Breneman sprinted for the' second touchdown. Breneman crossed the line in the last half for the third touchdown of the day. The Greyhounds' powerful attack netted them 248 yards to 84 for Earlham, and they made 22 first downs to 2 for the Quakers. - Central and Muncie fought to a l2-l2 deadlock before a large homecoming crowd. Both teams attempted line plunges but the lines were like stone walls to the thrusts of the backneld. Central scored the Hrst touchdown when Bright carried it over the line early in the game. ln the second quarter after a series of advances by Central, Smith cut through left tackle for the second touchdown. Muncie followed shortly. making their Hrst goal, and then neither team came within scoring distance until the last quarter when Muncie crossed our goal and tied the score l 2-12. 1027 ITOOTBALI, SQUAD K ' ' ,-.'f , 1 ., ' , f . f ' s wzfii 1 i i ,.- Q l L 4 HH-1 1 fltltjt' oN CURK TURNFR BILBY NlCCORXlICK Football fContinuetll The Central Normal team handed the Greyhounds the worst defeat of the year when they passed their way to a 20-O victory. Smith and Breneman were out of the game with injuries, and the backfield had to be revamped. The next week, the Greyhounds took Hanover into camp by the score of 7 to 6. The last game of the season was against Manchester, and Central's fumbles resulted in a 7-O defeat. Central appeared to have a slight edge over the Chesters but lost the ball when a touchdown was in sight. Every team the Greyhounds played this year outweighed them, which shows that the Greyhounds' success was due to the speed and persistent scrapping of the team. According to the scoring averages Central held opponents to one of the lowest averages in the state. Out of seven games. Indiana Central won two. tied two, and lost three, Letters were granted to the fourteen men whose pic- tures appear in this section. BACKFIELD MAKES FAST START AROUND RIGHT END - 'l 1' .rm 'L -' zaf' 1 -. .' Pilfft' 60 Above: The Homecoming Game. IU 7U "' N H524-I9 iw. ' J- His. 1227- :ge 'Z 'I S5 k mf. X ' izfilq I, ' T' , V :-: ':f::i!R ' - 'RTW f KR.,-L 1, -11:52 R ,I -,I 'PR 1 :LQ 93252-.T" -A 3 3 1:54 'X " --, ,. -R - W Above: Muncie makes a line-plunge. -c-- 1 ' X 1 I N :.i, - ' I 4 ".l....,. . Y K . Rr ww R R R . ,, . ,R R . ' A"w , . Efiiziiw ' ' 1 .-,an .,,, , -fff:'. ,5,. ' Q .. ' H A, in x .:.'.:,.:.:1 N.. , YR.-..,?R' . 9 R-Rig ' A-.33-z:---'f 'Alf-'-1:35321-':iq-QL., Ly: ' ' v - Above: R ,,,.R x '-'Sem 1-v--- F g,+:j,, 3,'.,fg-F 1:3 A R - - - ..-, ,.i:.v.,.f-.3 . . ., it-avg 5-, -'::gfT,.,R.,, I - R A! R R15-R" we - R -.R' R V -, .X . 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BAILEY Basketball I-'pl-IE Greyhound basketball team that represented Indiana Central this year J played some of the best games ever witnessed on a basketball floor. -J Though lndiana Central did not Win all the games, the Greyhound net- men did some unusual scrapping. The team was composed mostly of freshmen, so it is assured that more will be heard of it in the future. The Greyhounds lifted the curtain on Tuesday night, Dec. 2. against Franklin. It was nip and tuck all the way through, and when the gun cracked the score was tied. 41-41. In the overtime period Franklin scored the winning point, 42-41. During the next Week the Greyhounds were nosed out in tight games with Rose -Poly, DePauw, and Muncie. A On January 4. Central invaded the Danville camp and lost another heart- breaker 41-38. The Greyhounds spanked Hanover soundly 37-24 on January 7th for the Hrst victory of the season. BRENEMAN GUARDS RIDER Page 72 l 'sur T Q . 0 A 5 l -. HUMBERT RIDER THOMPSON Basketball lContinuediJ At the Muncie Tournament, lndiana Central defeated Vincennes 33-31 in a thrilling overtime game, but lost the second game to Manchester. Saturday morning. The Chesters sank baskets from all parts of the floor. winning 53-33. Central lost the next three tilts to Earlham, Huntington, and Manchester. Mun- cie downed the Greyhounds 42-37 on the local court February ll and Dan- ville took a two-point heartbreaker on Central's floor, February lel, 39-37. The Central cagers defeated the l-lilltoppers, 3l-25, on the Hanover floor, and a few days later rapped Rose Poly 37-35, The Greyhounds staged a sen- sational rally in the last seven minutes of the Rose Poly game to overcome a nineteen point lead. This was the most brilliant game played by the Grey- 19 Z7-Z8 BASKETBALL SQUAD Page 7 J - Q l C l f 5 l Q - Q. 11 .,V. - l ...MSE DEMMARY l.. BAILEY BRENEMAN Basketball CContinueclD hounds during the entire season, On February 25 the Greyhounds dropped the curtain with a stinging defeat at the hands of Huntington, 47-34. lt was an off-night for the Greyhounds and they could not ind the rim. The nine men whose individual pictures are shown, received varsity letters in basketball. Basketball reached a new peak at Central this year. Not only did the var- sity men perform well for Indiana Central but every student has had an oppor- tunity to play basketball. Twelve intra-mural basket teams were organized and 75 fellows participated. This gave all scrubs a chance to play when they were unable to secure a berth on the Varsity. The intra-mural games drew quite as much interest and attention as did the varsity contests. THOMPSON AND "PETE" VIE Page 74 O qi l ,mf ..-.vi n -'X , . ,.' 1 u pg, . 71. .n 'ai Q .Ll ,. 4, .x,.,- , 'Af x. 21" ' 'nm ...J -M- A-'-' 1 J v '-f- m,q,fff,, , - . 1. 4. 1 ,-. X 'r i 114' . ',' .-.uk '- , . ,, ,VV .vlyyyx J. I Y .,Q.. V' .- - ,. 4: J, ,-..v.f.3'l Jvzfl' ar , .,. ., fd' , ' ' U.-yy.-, '. Xu. I If la. .1 na' H J-Ph ur A . nu, Jw ff GIRLS' DEBATING TEAMS Right Center: Nliss Emma Wyinan. Debate Coach Debating The co-ed debating teams argued the question: Resolved, that the United States should withdraw from the Philippines. Both teams won unani- mous decisions in the dual debate with Earlham College on January ll. The men debated the question of the repeal of the Direct Primary system. The negative team won over Terre Haute State Normal and Evansville, While the affirmative team lost to Nlan- chester and Evansville. Wka MENS DEBATING TEAMS 3. l i Page 7 7 Y. M. C. A. CABINET Left: Paul Bilby, President Religious Just as the cheer leader and the band give direction and enthusiasm to the school spirit in inter-collegiate ac- tivities, so the Christian Associations set the moral tone. motivate the religious life, and regulate the social affairs upon the campus. The gospel teams sent out by thc Y. M. C. A.. the scrap books made by the Y. W. C. A., the social events sponsored by the two, the Mav- Nlorning breakfast. and each Weekly de- votional service are Worthy expressions of the ideals and purposes of the or- ganizations. Page 78 Y. XV. C. A. CABINET Lett: Nlnrgaret Haworth, President STUDENT PASTORS Right: Milford Barrick. President Organizations In the great scheme for the perpetua- tion of the Christian faith, responsibility rests largely upon those who are able and willing to lead. The organization of those students who serve in the pulpits of some of our churches stands foremost among the leaders in the march of Christianity. Officers of high rank, too, are the student volunteers who have chosen Him as their Captain and who plan to devote lives of full time Work in the service of the Man of Galilee. :AWN STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Right: Irene Shrigley, President Page 7 9 JLIQIU YO COLLEGE CHOIR Left: Jane Johnson Burroughs, Director . Music The College Choir is directed by Jane Johnson Burroughs and has for its pur- pose the study and presentation of ora- torios and other forms of sacred music. At the Christmas season the Choir sang excerpts from I-landel's "Messiah" in the college chapel. The Girls' Glee club provides train- ing in ensemble singing necessary in public school music and also affords a general broadening in music development, On March 22nd, the operetta, "The Vwfild Rose," was presented, with Helen Phipps in the leading role. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Lefl: Freda Rider, Assistant Director COLLEGE BAND Right Lon Perkins Direetor Organizations The College Band has provided much enthusiasm at the athletic contests and has played at practically every game. Lon Perkins director has developed a high type of musical organization. Concertz' were given on December 20th and Febru- ary 28th in the college auditorium. Nathan Davis. professor of violin is conductor of the College Orchestra. The orchestra plays the lighter marches and symphonies and a few of the heavy classi- cal productions. Both, the band and the orchestra, have broadcast programs at the Indiana Central Radio Hour on Sunday afternoons. COLLEGE ORCHESTRA Right: Nathan Davis, Director age Page 32 "SO THIS IS LONDON" I,eft: Prof. F. Elmer Marshall, Director Dramatics "So This Is London," a comedy in three acts written by Arthur Cioodrich, was one of the four plays presented this year by the Dramatic Club. This play portrays in plot and character develop- ment, the futility and absurdity of some of our national prejudices. Avyce Richard. Roscoe Smith and Wilma Orr, having completed majors in speech work, receive diplomas from the Public Speaking Department. They have presented graduate recitals and have played leading parts in Dramatic Club productions. PUBLIC SPEAKING MAJORS "THE GYPSY TRAIL" Right: Roscoe Smith, Dramatic Club President Plays The Class of 1927 presented "The Gipsy Trail," a romantic comedy in three acts written by Robert Housum. The theme of this productionis that in meeting one's responsibilities one must not disregard the romantic in life, ln the spring of 1927 the Dramatic Club presented "A Mennonite Maid," a comedy based upon the novel. "Tillie, a Mennonite Maid." Interest is centered in the local color of a Penn- sylvania Dutch settlement and the struggle of Tillie against its narrow- ness and ignorance. "THE MENNONITE MAIDU Page 83 SENIOR ORACLE STAFF Left: Karl Parsons, Editor Lower Left: Howard Patton, Bus. Mgr. The Oracle The Oracle is published each year by the seniorand junior Oracle staffs. The senior staff has charge of the pro- duction. while the junior staff assists in order to get acquainted with the details of the work. The staff is greatly indebted to Dr. W. P. Morgan, faculty advisor, Whose encouragement, advice and cooperation have been indispensable in publishing this volume of the Oracle, P age JUNIOR ORACLE STAFF REFLECTOR STAFF Right: Amin Key, Editor Lower Right: Paul C. Fnwley, Bus. Mgr. The Reflector The Reflector is lndiana Central's newspaper and representative in the field. The staff consists of the editor, his asso- ciates, and the departmental editors. The Press Club includes the staff. all reporters, and assistants in the circulation depart- ment. These students receive much practical training in news Writing and editing, and the experience thus gained proves benencial both for journalistic careers and for those preparing to teach in the high schools. ' 1 i THE PRESS CLUB Page 85 Philomulsea Pirsl ROLL'-LA. A. Vxlillinms, B. Fulp, C. E. Par-Rs. K. A. Parsons, P. M. Bilby, C. H. Ellis. Sefoncl' Row--B. l.. Bean, R. M. Black. A. W. York, F. M. Hottell. C. D. Marshall. O. O. Coakc. Third Row- J. A. XVcbcr, R. D. Smith, P. A. Krider, XV. V. Longenbaugh, J. M. Thompson, VJ. H. Ewert. FOLIFII7 Row R. VJ. Harvey, R. M. XVolfc, E. E. Cornetet. R. D. Hatfield, E. C. Howard, NV. B. Miner. Fifth Row-4A. E. Smith, R. E. Ford. R. A. Ragains, O. C. Miller, E. R. lick. Sixfh Row--M. R. Rickcl. l.. H. Good, R. W. Durham, C. R. Alford, l... Cv. Wertz, CC. E. Berryl. Page S6 Philalethea First Rowfloillian Ragains, Frances McClanathan, Mac Lynch, Marguerite Brockschmidt, Nora Schmidt, lda Tienken. Second Row-Doris Alger, Clara Mendenhall, Avycc Richard. Francella Tohill. Dorothy Snively, Pauline Sharp. Third Row-Verna Sutton, Augusta Mclntyre. Phyllis Johnson. Irene Allen. VVoodie Heatwole, LaVonne Thompson. Fourth Row-Martha McCoy, Margaret Vi'inchel1, Alice Winchell. Lois Holiman, Lucille Hornberger, Julia Good. Fifth Row-Faye Findley, Vida Lehman, Mabel Ashmore, Beatrice Casterline, Virginia Trehearne, Vivian Mosher. Sixth Row-Freda Rider, Esther Kunkel, Frances Kunkel, Pearl DeWeese, Hazel Hicks, May Messer. Seventh Row-Kathryn Purcell, Hazel Foutch, Dessie Hunter, Evelyn Killion, Helen Forney, Irene Shrigley. Page S 7 Zetagathea i Ifirsl Rum'-Nl. Barrick. l.. S. Stinc. M. Mylin, H. R. Patton, H. R. Davidson. K. K. Mcrryman. Sec- om1Rc1LL'-V. M. Branson, E. F. Lemme, H. E. Achor. G. H. McAhrcn. P. E. Babbitt. J. R. Kirk. Third Riiiuw-J. R. Eshlcman. H. E. Scholl, K. H. Jensen, S. A. Key. E. C. Brandenburg, D. H. McCormick. Iiuurlh Row-A. A. Key, P. C. Fnwlcy, D. F. Carmony, L. J. Martens, O. NV. Eastridgc, M. G. Benner. Frflh Row-H. NV. Achor, P. O. Pawlcy, R. W. Nlorris. J. K. Nall. R. D. Curk. C. D. Qunkenbush. Sixth Rim'-R. S. Swann, G. B. Shcwmon, C. T. Bleumcl, A. R. Mahiu. M. K. Lnmm, D. P. Huppcrt. Seventh Row--G. R. Middleton. R. L. Vinlpondo, L. A. Scholl, H. Borghcrs. Vi". E. Bish, NV. M. CIJLIOII, QA. R. lfinton, L. B. Hondcrichj. Pune S3 Theacallosia First Row-+Esther Parker, Hope Taylor, Anna Dale. Margaret Haworth, Clare Chrysler, Wilma Orr Second Row-Edna Miller, Harriet Gillingham, Eloise Eviston, Joyce Tobias, Gladys Lively, Fanny Varner Third Row-Mignon Christy. Hilda Gatwood, Ruth Beck. Anna Mae Wertz, Esther Lemme Inman, Kath- erine Stine. Fourth Row-Gladys Rice, Zillah Jump, Esther Parsons, Clara Proctor, Bess Ballard, Melba Sims Fifth Row-Zoe Frances Wilson, Kathryn Buckalew, Leah Settle, Mary Hiatt, Marcella Brayne, Mary Cobb Sixth Row--Dorothy Jensen, Gertrude Leach, Pearl Lare, Bernice Davidson, Thelma King. Seventh Row- Helen Davidson, Grace Swanson, Eva Traylor, Verda Rivir, Audrey Tinncrman, fKarhryn Smilhl, Page 89 The Literary Societies TNO ORGANIZATION or group of organizations on Indiana Central's . campus has ever held a more important or essential place in student life than the literary societies. Other organizations have sprung up. met a transient need, and have passed out of existence. leaving little impression on our school. But such has not been the history of the literary societies. Philomusea, the first men's society. was organized in April of l906 by I. J. Good, who was its Hrst president, with eleven charter members. A few weeks later the women of the college organized Philalethea, the sister society of Philo- musea, with thirteen charter members. These two societies provided literary and parliamentary training for all students until October 1923, when two new societies were organized to accommodate the increasing student enrollment. The new organizations were Zetagathea, for men, and Theacallosia, for women, with charter memberships of twenty-six and twenty-nine. All of these-societies held their first sessions under difficulties. Philomusea and Philalethea. after meeting in various class rooms of the college, made com- fortable literary halls on the third floor of the administration building. When Zetagathea and Theacallosia organized. they were without rooms until new halls were provided for all of the four literary societies on the basement floors of the new dormitories where they hold their sessions at the present time. Each society has purchased furniture and decorated its hall in such a way as to pro- vide pleasant and attractive surroundings for its regular Monday evening sessions. The work of the literary societies consists of the writing and delivering of addresses, debates, news reviews. essays, orations. short stories. book reviews. criticisms, humorous treatises, and other forms of literary productions. Con- structive criticism is given by the society critic and by members within the bar. This gives opportunity not only for the development of creative literary ability, but also for a keen appreciation of the best in literature. Part of the literary exercise consists of impromptu speaking which trains the members to think quickly and calmly, to attain poise and ease of platform presence, and to over- come timidity in public performance, Training is also given in the conduct of business according to parliamentary procedure. One gains actual experience in writing motions. defending or op- posing public questions. performing the duties of chairman, and serving on committees. Effort is exerted to develop a sense of personal responsibility in each member. In addition to the literary and disciplinary value of the literary society, there is a social and cultural benefit which is quite worth while. The organization is not primarily a social one, but the contacts made with fellow students, the duties required of members, the discussions engaged in. and the cultural activities sponsored by the societies help considerably in the develop- ment of such social graces as are necessary in business and social relationships. and organization responsibilities. The worth of these literary societies is verified by their many alumni who are able to meet their responsibilities in public life and executive positions more efliciently than without such cultural training. The benefits derived readily justify all the effort and attention that these organizations require. However. there is another justification for the existence of these societies. They help main- tain the high ideals and purposes of Indiana Central. They condemn the things that are low, irregular, or unworthy, Slovenliness, carelessness. and indiffer- ence are rebuked. while diligence. ability. and high purposes are encouraged and rewarded. Page 9 0 Clean-Up Day, 1927 Clean-up Day is a long-established event at Indiana Central, Classes are dis- missed for one day in the early Spring of each year, when students and faculty mem- bers join in hard work to clean, improve, and beautify the campus and buildings. In addition to making the environs of the dormitories and administration building neat and tidy, the entire campus was raked by a brigade of students this year, and a section of the east campus was graded and sodded. Unfavorable Weather delayed clean-up day until the last Week of April so that it was not advisable to carry out the pro- gram of planting trees and shrubbery as has been the custom. However, the shrub- bery planted in previous years was care- fully cleaned and trimmed. The beauty and neatness of the cam- pus, and the improvements made. stand as evidence of the day's work. The pic- tures opposite testify to the cheerful sin- cerity With which all participate. Paqe 9 I l DR. GOOD BISHOP FOUT DR. PARSONS DR. XV. LAKE President of Indiana Bishop of the North' Supt. of Vifhite President of Board Central College west Territory River Conference of Trustees An Appreciation of President I. J, Good D. H. G ILLIATT "Blessed is he who devotes his life to great uni! noble ends. and who forms his well considered plans wifi? deliberate ruidsomf' -ST. AUGUSTINE. 'fi HE dedication of this annual to President I. J. Good as a tribute for all Tl that he has done for Indiana Central College, for the students, for the lm faculty members, for the thousands of people in the churches, conventions If and conferences to whom he has spoken, at best can only be a meager ex- pression of the appreciation and esteem in which he is held. The writer entered Indiana Central University in 1912. It has been his privilege to know Dr. Good as a teacher, as business manager, and as president: to know him from the stand- point ofa student, of a pastor in the cooperating territory, as an alumni mem- ber of the Board of Trustees. and as a member of the Faculty. Because of his intimate acquaintance with President Good, it is with pleasure that this article of appreciation is prepared for the l9Z8 Oracle. Although DrfGood had spent his freshman year in Otterbein College in 1904-1905 and had fallen in love with that institution, he entered Indiana Central on the day it first opened in the fall of l905. I-Ie took a leading part in organizing student life and in establishing the high ideals that have always characterized the college. and was graduated in the nrst class of two in l908. Following his graduation the Board of Trustees employed him as principal of the academy and as instructor in German. After a few years he was appointed on a committee of strategy to make recommendations to the executive committee on financial policies, and the following year was made a member of the executive committee. A short time afterwards, on Jan. ZS, l9l-l, he was chosen business manager of Indiana Central. At that time there was one building with a campus of eight acres and a college student group of about twenty-live. The total assets of the college were less than one hundred thousand dollars while the debts were more than that amount. The creditors of the college were clamoring for payment and suits were filed for collection. Teachers were leaving because they could not be paid. and the whole situation seemed hopeless. lt was in such a time that I. J. Good, the youngest member of the faculty, less than twenty-nine years old, was elected business manager of the college. It was a dark hour, so dark, indeed, that some of the leaders felt that the best thing to do was to close the doors and let the property go into the hands of a receiver. But a vision of the young people of the United Brethren homes of the territory, and a realization of their need of the college, challenged the young business manager to throw himself into the breach to save the college for these young people that they might be saved to the church. Puifu 02 D, E, WEIDLER D. W. BUTZ REV. J. H. TRUESDALE J. E. MCDONALD Executive Committee Executive Committee SUPP of Wlsconsln Executive Committee Conference fg,..,...,., . .. Such a gigantic undertaking meant that he must go out to plead with people to give their money, and to plead with pastors and churches to give cooperation, to encourage members of the faculty to remain, or, failing in this, to secure new teachersp to meet attorneys who were pressing claims and get execution of judg- ment stayed. Sometimes he borrowed money on his own credit to help pay bills for the college, and in a crisis when a note of twelve thousand dollars had to be paid, he called the endorsers together and after explaining the situation, joined with them in paying the note. On September 9, l9l5, the Board of Trustees elected him president of the college. To succeed under the existing conditions required the endurance of an Hercules. Only the best human body could have stood up under the pressure during these past fifteen years. But he has given himself to his work in every energy of soul and body, without stint, and often, as it seemed, beyond his strength. It has required also the vision of a statesman and an abundance of executive ability to organize the forces and carry forward the work. President Good is blessed with a remarkably well-rounded, general endowment. These fifteen years have shown him to be strong in many fields, There is a vigor and freshness, an energy and boldness in his life, and a steady progress and achieving which make him a recognized and inspiring leader. Not the least among his assets as a man and as a leader is his integrity. Dr. Good possesses a high sense of manly honor. The fact that fifteen years of' service have steadily increased the number of his friends and the supporters of the college is evidence of his integrity. He has fulfilled Davids command to Solomon, "Show thyself a man." lt is true that there have been a few here and there who have added weight to the load he was carrying by criticism and by failure to cooperate, but this is an experience which every aggressive leader has. Among the students, President Good is held in the highest esteem. He is a guide, a counselor, and a friend of the college student, never too busy to advise with them. Few men are better students of human nature than he, his ex- perience with individuals on the field and with students has been the laboratory where he has come to know human nature. This knowledge of human nature especially fits him to deal with and help students. One supreme element in his character, one determining force at the center of his life, is his lofty devotion to Christ and the promotion of His Kingdom in the earth. The writer has worshipped with him, has bowed at an altar of prayer with him, has heard him speak in chapel, and has been in his Sunday school class: he has always been impressed with the Presidents faith in God and in the Bible. His Christian character is pre-eminent. Pew men hold as high moral standards as does he. Right is right, and the right and wrong on moral questions are clearly defined in his mind. President Good is a clear and logical thinker, a safe counselor, and a forceful speaker. He does not depend upon dramatic effect as a speaker, but with plain, earnest truth, logically presented, and with well chosen words, illumines the Page 93 .' . ' 5 .1 f .. El X r .. 51 W 12 SDR- WE PERKINS ZR- M' is-5-EACH DR. J. A. Glzovlis Rev. W. H. LUTES UPI. O Oonllngtoll O ecatur , District, Illinois District, Illinois '- Supt' of St' Joseph SUPL' of Indlana Conference Conference , Conference Conference l mind and moves the will of those who hear. His clear thinking and safe counsel have made him a valuable member of the highest councils of the United Brethren Church, being a member of both the Board of Administration and the Board of Education, 3180 a member of their executive committees. Many changes have come about at our college during these fifteen years. In- diana Central University, as it was in the beginning, is now more modestly known as Indiana Central College. The annual income is now approximately one hundred thousand dollars instead of a few thousand, with a million dollars of net assets rather than net liabilities, with sixty acres of campus rather than eight acres, with a graduating class of seventy-live members rather than three, with three hundred sixty college students rather than twenty-five, with full recognition by the state of Indiana and Indiana University as a standard col- lege, with full recognition as a teacher-training institution, with a strong faculty of eager, well-trained teachers: with a church constituency of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota rather than Indiana alone, with reasonably good equipment for approximately flV6 hundred students, and with a plan for the future that challenges a splendid constituency that believes in the college. In the present enterprise of raising a million dollars the faculty and students have shown their interest and loyalty by pledging largely, and many of the local churches have pledged their full amount. Uthers are Joining the ranks and planning to do their full part. The goal immediately ahead is to secure the full cooperation of all the churches and enlist the support of men in Indianapolis to help complete the program. Although President Good has been the leader in every forward movement for the college, he gives a great deal of credit to the people who have been so loyal in the support of the college, and especially to the pastors who have been ag- gressive in keeping their people informed and in enlisting students and securing funds. He takes pride in the high type of men that have been elected by the conferences and the Alumni Association as the trustees of the college and re- joices in the cooperation of the Executive Council. This council includes the Bishop, Conference Superintendents. President of the Board of Trustees, and a few other leaders in the constituency, with the president of the college as chair- man. The pictures of the Executive Council are shown on these pages. Much credit is due these heroic leaders for their devotion of time. thought, energy, and money to the building up of Indiana Central College. Witlu such an organization, with the motto A'Whatever ought to be done can be done," with full cooperation of all the forces including a reasonable in- terest on the part of business men of Indianapolis, there is no reason why our college should not advance rapidly in filling out the plan of the GREATER INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEGE. It is a peculiar distinction and honor for this Oracle to be dedicated to our president. The name of President Good, his thought, and his toil, are insepar- ably linked with the life and progress of Indiana Central College. 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They enjoyed Q . ,,, Qu '22 "lf themselves much as we do - today. You all remem- it i "1" g ,- 5,1,1?1' low who cast dice with Pompey to see who should swim the Hellespont, or was it the Rubicon? Any- i 4 il 15:55 is - Youve elect eel ... ,i 1 Fl 582,26 way, you remember him. Perhaps, however, you have been deluded by the same false impression under which l used to labor in regard to one of his famous utterances. Now that l know better. l want to pass the news along. lt was the summer of '75 and Caesar and his side kick, Brutus, were play- ing semi-pro baseball with a fairly good team known as the Appian Avalanches. Just after the ldes of June they were booked to play a three-game series with. the Cisalpine Celts. The first two games had been played, each team annexing one. Then came the dawn of the day for the deciding game. Many rumors were abroad concerning the condition of both teams. Cne bear story had it that Ciaius Callucius, who, it was thought, would start on the mound for the Celts that day. had severed an artery in his right hand while opening a can of sardines the day before. Upon hearing this prize exhibit of banana oil. the manager of the Avalanches confidentially let drop the information to a reporter friend of his, that Manlius Servilius, the boy who stopped the hot ones behind the bat: for Appia and who had been leading the league as regards batting average, would probably not be able to play that day because of a slight indisposition brought on by the fact that he had been the victim of a little tussle the night before and was ejected from a cabaret. As per result his right ear was supposed to be missing and his shoulder badly dislocated. Of course, these stories did not affect the game in the least. lt was a slow affair for the first seven innings. The score stood: Avalanches l, Celts O. ln the first of the eighth. Brutus, whoi was playing short stop that day, doubled over third and was brought in by Caesar's single a moment jf f later. Julius got a little v V too ambitious and was put , g out stealing third. The I , next man singled but died Inga I A -f ' f on second when the two C y following him fanned ! 'S ' Q out. Score: Avalanches C Q ' rg -7 ' 2, Celts O. I U" ' l .ff if A - ff ,1 ,realli The first man up for X ff" the Celts in the eighth ' j a d h h d fa ' - . 4 groun e out to t e t ir f N , W fl ffi baseman. The next man Uservulius Leaving Cnbavefn ,XJ Wing, Page 9 7 Et Tu Brute QContinuedj r . I - ' ' . J! singled and then came the mb" i nreworks. Pontius Carbo, DCKXU' the left fielder for the Cis- , . 44 CT--. alpine gang, who was up ffj' next, connected for a long '-"U" Luigi-,,2?5,.' ,if ig drive over center Held that UK semn . ' --- made the score 2 to Z. The 5lgV'T U egg next'man "flew" out to 'V'6l ffm YQQLYZ, center Held and the ninth TTT' ' C A inning was on. The first A K man grounded out. One XS FE man w-alked. He then "FLW B ,C tu Cedevfmlde ,Meg stole second and came in on a long sacrifice fly to right. The next went out on a pop-up to short. The last half of the ninth was now on and the score 3 to 2 in favor of the Ava-. lanches. lf they could only hold theml The first man up for the Celts singled, but was caught trying to steal by a snappy peg to second. The next man walked. Then came a short single over third and things began to look pretty bad for the Boys from Appia. Caesar, who was playing second, was doing his best to hold his man close to the bag., The next man up let one go by, which was called a strike. On the next one he swung with all his might and connected. He sent out a red hot grounder to short. No one would have blamed Brutus for letting it go past, but the kid was game. He made a desperate leap and caught it with one hand. He wheeled and being somewhat excited started to throw to Hrst. Now under ordinary circum- stances, Friend Brutus would never have done this. However. his mind was slightly foggy because he was one of those lads who just know the coach isl spoofing when he says: "ln bed at 10 o'clock every night." The fact is, Brutus had been out till the wee small hours of the morning with a keen little date, it seemed, Caesar had often pleaded with his pal to train, but it was all in vain. Of course. you all remember that plea he made which rings down through his- tory: i'CiiVe me sleek headed men, men who sleep o' nights." 1'Think of what a Stacomb advertisement that would make.l However. to get back to our story, we have Brutus, who has just stopped a fast one at short, starting to throw to first. Pit that moment Caesar woke up and with that rare presence 'TA of mind which later made eg him famous as a general, yelled at the top of his .5 5. lungs: "Get two Brute." '55 Y- Brutus, hearing, turned, lobbed the ball'to Caesar - 3 513 sac My who whipped it over to Hrst for a peach of a 6 ., double and the game was j X, 3:3 l U over. In the write-up that in Y g ' If M followed the game Caesar i ' 3' . f gg and Brutus got no little ,, Plz,-ggf share of the credit for the A BNHS 'WH eme PUBUB-i' winning of the game. As might be expected, how- ever, a sports writer for the "Estruscan Enquirer' had to get things mixed up and misquoted Caesar as saying "Et tu Brute." That the way with those dumb reporters anyway. -BENJAMIN LEONARD BEAN. Pagef9S' Page 99 Hittin' the High Spots EPT. 6.-Registration day with all its back slapping. hand shaking and 8 what-not. Quite a crowd at the club. Sept. 9.-Y. M. and Y. W. Mixer. Of course when the leader asked the people not to pair off in couples as they came, there were a few who just couldn't tear themselves apart. .lust think how well acquainted some of those people will be sixty years from now! Sept. 16.-Tug of War. Sophs, you're all wetf-'nuff sed. Sept. 30.-Loren Scholl is initiated into the mysteries of that king of sports -Snipe Hunting. After doing about ten miles of road work he reached the dorm at l:3O A. M., weary, wiser, and secure in the knowledge as to why he was honored by being the only freshman who was allowed to accompany the expedition. Oct. 21.-Homecoming. Muncie manages to squeeze out a tie at 12-all. Tough luck. since they outweighed us only about 35 lbs. to the man. Barbecue and stunts in the evening. Exit the beautiful Princess. followed by the manly duke. Dramatic club play at night, A'The NVhole Town's Talking." Nov. 14.-Annual freshman-sophomore grid classic won by the latter. On account of the overhanging darkness. the fracas at the end was simply an edu- cated game of "blind man's bluff." The sophs did the best "blufTing" and won, 13 to 7. Nov. 18.-Faculty entertains students. My! My! NVhat late hours some of our faculty members keep. Nov. Z4-28-Thanksgiving Vacation. Yum! Yum! And another piece of mince pie, please. Dec, 3.-Doc Emmert performs a wedding ceremony in his room in Resif dence Hall. Saturday evening and not many fellows in the dorm. but those who were present responded loyally. Old shoes, tin cans, etc.. livened up the occasion somewhat. For some reason there was also a little trouble with the lights. Afterwards. Doc lets slip the hint that it was not the first ceremony he had performed in that dormitory. Hush, the thick plottens. Who can it be? A Dec. 12.-Butter and gravy both for dinner at the club. Dec. 13.-Central loses a fast one to DePauw 43-41. Talk about thrillers! Say, Brother, our gang kept the Tigers well entertained throughout the final SIBHZB. " fi Dec. 23.-Christmas Vacation. The time when you explained the grades you had received: why you would have to buy so many expensive books as soon as you went back and would therefore need extra money: and why a million and one other things were as they were. For some, also. that explanation to a "dear" friend at home, why you had not written her oftener. That old gag about "so busy with my lessons" and other moss-covered specimens of banana oil. Many had the pleasure which heretofore they thought Whittier had a monopoly on-that of being "Snowbound." Page 10 U fs Page 101 Hittin' the High Spots tflontinuedj Jan. 3.-Going strong again. Things haven't changed much, A rather cold reception and a few bursted radiator pipes. Jan. 6.-Et Posteros Dies. Mumps. Many swelled heads develop. Jan. ll.-Both of Central's co-ed debating teams completely outclass their Quaker opponents. This goes to further prove the premise that the only person who can outdo a woman in an argument is another woman. Join with us in prayer for the poor creature who will sit across the breakfast table from any of them in the distant future and try to get a word in vertically. Jan. 13.-Registration Day. Say, have l been in the Wrong line for an hour and a half? Jan. 16.-Anna Dale finally finds out that they don't really Stamp the date when a horse is born on the inside of his teeth. Still she wonders why they look in a horses mouth to see how old he is. Jan. 26.-I-lottell goes to classes and chapel with his three weeks growth of alfalfa which he accumulated while being favored with the mumps. There is much consternation among the fair sex, and many conjectures as to the total amount of bets he is winning by exhibiting his facial adornment. Feb, 3-4.-The Greyhounds make the annual Huntington-Manchester trip. At the reception after the Manchester game, Fox Thompson had to quit eating for a while because of a bad cramp which overtook him while he was on his fifth dish of ice cream. However, with that "do or die" spirit, he came back and Hnally ate a square meal in spite of his handicap. Feb. 14.-The ghost talked, or somebody did. Anyhow, the news is out and George and Becky are receiving congratulations for a long and happy mar- ried life. Central plays Danville at night. As quite a coincidence the lights went out just as the game ended. Many a fellow got half way to the girl's dorm and found that he had the wrong girl. Feb. 29.-"C" Association leap-year party. Much consternation around the men's dormitories when the ladies first began coming over for their dates. March 23.-Spring Vacation. Some of the boys had a hard time "explain- ing" to the girl friend at home. Vv'e predict an excess of the weaker sex next year. Ernie Cornetet broke more hearts this week than Cleopatra did in a lifetime. April 27.-The Junior-Senior Banquet where a lot of people wore some- body else's clothes to an affair they didn't want to attend, and listened to a lot of speeches they didn't want to hear and came home declaring that they had a "perfectly lovely time." Since the Oracle. it seems, must go to press and the copy must all be in, we'll leave the rest of the high spots up to you. As the old song goes, you'll have to "sing it yourself." Page 102 o 1 1 n l u , a ' l u n n n :I 1 :a I a Q? 'Rue Portrait is cz tme exprefszon Q21 permnalzy' 'The Ideal Year Book is a portrait of school life expressing the personality ofthe institution which it represents. The Indianapolis Engraving Co.-throughits.AnnualP!annif5g 6 Service Deparlmemf can hegpyou express in youryeaif book the true Personality an tradition ofyour school wrzfrwrlrxwrmafzon This Book Engraved by Yhe Indianapolis Engraving Co.wu1m2B1dg Indianapolis U I i ll Nfl i Hi ily 1 fl. il l HUMOR We are not trying to take our spite out on anyone or drag anyone's fair name in the mire: but if some well-meaning soul should get hot under the collar, we have one con- solation to offer him: he certainly has the gift of introspection. . O 'AThat's me all over," said the workman as he dropped the dyna- mite. Oi..Q. We are sorry to announce that da cow kicked Martin Elom on the nf- teenth of September. O She was only an undertaker's daughter but what she could under- take. "It's all wrong about those Irish being good fighters." A'Yeh?" UYeh. Last night me and my brother Gus and two other fellows licked one." . Let us endeavor to so live that when we come to die even the under- taker will be sorry.-Mark Twain. .-..1O..i.. A blotter is the thing you spend your time looking for while the ink is drying. 'We learn by our mistakes. We make a mistake by not studying. Therefore, we learn by not studying. +u- --4- - -H-- i-11 - 1-1- - -i-i - -iii - ilil - -iii - ii-i - iiii - iiii - i-i- - lvlv -ii-i- i-1- - lil- - iivi - iiii - ilil -'V- 'i-i --i-i-i---'--i-i-i-i--4-1- SPECIAL BUSSES EOR PARTIES, LODGES, ETC. IS OUR SPECIALTY HOOSIER TRANSPORTATION CO. 125 VJEST MARKET STREET LINCOLN 1733 A. G. l-lARlVlAN. RES. PHONE, SOUTHPORT 23-J-2 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. mga 104 QUALITY SERVICE HUDSON PRINTING COMPANY PRINTING and ENGRAVING '23 PHONE 2,99 EIGHTH AT JACKSON ANDERSON, INDIANA Page 105 HU Man Cplaying golf. to party be- hindl: "Say, what do you mean? Don't you see you almost hit my wife?" Cther: "Very sorry, sir. Here, take a shot at mine." ...Oi.- E. Lynch: "What is Barium?" Herman Rider: Mlnhe undertaker's motto." i,O .q Question: 'Al am in love with a homely girl, but she doesn't care for me, while a pretty girl with lots of money wants to marry me. What would you advise me to do?" Answer: "Marry the one you love. and send me the name and address of the other one." M CR Miner Rickle: "D'ya know any- thing about surveying?" Bud Achorz' "Naw. l never even looked through a transom." .ilgl A party of American student trav- elers were on the railroad platform at Heidelberg. One of the travelers happened to crowd a Heidelberg stu- dent. when he drew himself up. scowled pompously, and said: "Sir, you are crowding: keep back, sir." "Don't you like it, sonny?" asked the American. "Sirf" scowled the student. "Al- low me to tell you that l am at your service at any time and place." A'All right, sonnyf' said the Amer- ican. "Just carry this satchel to the hotel for me." +A- i-i- - i-i- - -ivi - ilil - i-i- - ---i - iiii - ilil - i-i- - ili- - -l-i -i--i-- i-i- - 1-1- - 1i-l - -ili -il- i-i' - -vli - Ki-i - i-i1 - i-i' - iili - -i-i -w- ili- -A----H+ Furnast Ice Cream -- The Crutzny of Qualily For Fifr Ll Years Witlu an increasing demand. year after year which is positive proof of its superiority as a delicious food product. Fine Vanilla flavor, rich sugared fruits, mixed with rich sweet cream, that's why it's so good. FURNAS ICE CRE M CC. Page 106 PHOTOGRAPHS TURN BACK THE YEARS TO THOSE WHOM YOU WOULD HAVE REMEMBER YOU FOR ALL DAYS TO COME ---- Give 'Photographs YOUR PHOTOGRAPH IS A PRICELESS GIFT BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE THING THAT ONLY YOU CAN BUY We are grateful to all interested for the privilege of having a part in building the 1928 "ORACLE," and we earnestly solicit a continuance of your friendship and good will. CLEM C. VOORHIS VOORHIS STUDIO 611 NORTH ILLINOIS H GTO PHONE RILEY 4209 Page 107 HU Squire: "Did you call, sir?" King Arthur: "Yes Bring the can opener, there's a bee in my knight clothes." . Bologna is a hot dog with a superiority complex. . O.1.... She's only a garbage collector's daughter but she ain't to be sniffed at. . O.1.... Medler: "I call my girl Fer- mentedf 'cause she turned on me." .iio-.1 The prize book of Cechoslovak- ian verse goes to the pathetic goop who thinks a violin is a bum hotel. M OR McCormick: "I've just bought a new set of Dickens." Brandenburg: "Are they good tires?" l A monologue is a conversation with a girl. O Patton: A'Will you lend me a buck for a week, old man?" Curk: "Yes, but who is the weak old man?" O Breneman: "How come your neck's all scalded?" P. Bailey: "Oh, I went down- town to get a new hat and just as I was getting it, some fool waiter spilled soup all over me." .g..-.,..-. -....... - ....-... -H... .....,.-...--..-. .... -.. -------- ..-i-.-....-iq. LIEE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH AND BURIAL INSURANCE AT COST FOR CHURCH IVIEIVIBERS-CLERGYMEN OR LAYMEN. For particulars telephone Nlain 6968 or turife to CHURCH MEMBERS RELIEF ASSN. 829-830 OCCIDENTAL BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Illlilt' IU S PHONE LINCOLN 1250 H. E. GRAY PHOTO CO 509 CENTURY BUILDING 36 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 'SITE WE PHOTOGRAPH REAL ESTATE, EXTERIORS, INTERIORS STREET SCENES, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AUTOMOBILES. IVIACHINERY WINDOW DISPLAYS, OUTDOOR ADVERTISING GROUPS - - - REUNIONS POSED PHOTOS OF MACHINERY, ETC. FOR COMMERCIAL ARTISTS COPIES OF BLUE PRINTS BLACK AND WHITE, OR COLORED POSTERS. DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS, ETC. '2s"2? A PHOTO BY GRAY IS A GOOD PHOTO" I Page 109 HU Irish Edmondson, who works in a barber shop, got excited while shav- ing himself in front of the mirror the other day and before he realized what he was doing he had sold him- self three bottles of hair tonic and short changed himself in the bargain. .T,O Statistics prove that Yale grad- uates have l.3 children While Vas- sar graduates have l.7 children. This goes to prove that women have more children than men do. . Q . Sixteen men on a full-back's chest, Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of liniment. . .O-11 Waiter: A'lVlilk or Water?" Bud Harvey: "Don't tell me, please. Let me guess." M OR John Thompson immortal ?" Faye: "Because sets." : "Why is a hen her son never . Florence Scholer Wear those horrible. : 'AAnd do they short track pants right out in the open?" Don Carmony: "No, they gen- erally wear them out in the seat." . Up in Tickville the Village Queen recently eloped in her father's clothes. The next day the local paper came out with an article headed: "Flees in Father's Pants." .1O Nledlerc "I never did trust these circus freaks. Just yesterday I saw in a paper the headline-AThree Armed Men Hold Up Drug Store.' " .g.,.-.,,.-...- -.,.-....- rr.. - ,... - .... - .,.. - .,.. - ,... - r... -...-...-- .... - rr.. - ,r.r -.- - -.-..-......-..-.......,.-,.,.-..5. INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEGE Believes in patronizing her fellow-townsmen KIGER CO. II3 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA MAIN 4181 With her orders for School Equipment and Supplies Indiana Central students, alumni and friends can purchase from the same concern for school or home use such items as Blackboards, Globes. Dictionaries, Flags. Folding Chairs for either adults or children, Primary Chairs and many other articles. If interested see us or write for information. If You Are Located in Northern Indiana You'll Find Our Fort Wayne Oflice Convenient-725 Court Street. Page 110 .L L THE ELECTRIC RAILWAYS RENDER SERVICE EOR STUDENTS ATTENDING SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES THAT CANNOT BE DDPLICATED IN ANY OTHER WAY WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE AND WE KNOW WE CAN SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY Terre Haute. Indianapolis Sz Eastern Traction Co. Union Traction Company of Indiana Indianapolis 8: Cincinnati Traction Co. Interstate Public Service Company Page III HUMOR Chub Franklin: "Where are you from?" Dick Davidson: "Southern In- diana, down in God's country." Chub: "Why do you call it that?" Dick: "Nobody else can get through it." lo, Violette: "The man I marry must be game from head to foot." Hottell Qduring football seasonj: "Just wait about two weeks. I've got a game leg already." . She was only a boxers daughter, but she could surely show you the ropes. Qu..im.-m..- .- .. .. .... ,... 1 .-,.- 1 1 1 -. 1,.1..1.,.- ..,.- ... She Qtragicallyj : "Stop, this can't go on." "Very well, Madam, We'll try an- other size," said Herschel Scholl, the shoe salesman. 14,1- Suggestion for an opening sentence for a novel depicting college life: "A small coupe drew up in front of a dormitory and twelve passengers alightedln ici We hate to express an opinion about the college student who is so lacking in cranial capacity that he thinks water has to be vulcanized in order to tread it. ...... .- .. .....-.......g. The Name CAPITAL CITY Is the Las! lVoz'a' in Pain! Qualify 100 W, PURE-GUARANTEED MANUFACTURED BY Indianapolis Paint '25 Color Co. INDIANAPOLIS Page I I2 POLK Polks Best Milk BEST FOR HEALTH-- DRINK IT FOR LUNCH AND BE- TWEEN MEALS. ABF' THE SANITARY MILK CO INDIANAPOLIS "FOOD FOR THOUGHT" HUMOR Steel wool is the fleece of a hy- draulic ram. . O1..i In parts of Africa Where Women carry great loads on their heads, the men choose their Wives on the strength of their neck. The custom is followed to some extent in this country. i,Ol The honeymoon is over when she wants a heater in the coupe to keep her warm. iol "Did he graduate with honors?" "Why, yes, I think he graduated College is just like a washing ma- chine: you get out of it just what you put in-but you'd never recog- nize it. . Parker: "Waiterl Are you hard of hearing?" Waiter: 'APossibly, sir, possibly." Parker: "I though so. I asked for liver, not leather." O,l. Nowadays people call a spade a spade. Except those who call it a safety razor. lo..- I call her Seven Days: she makes 'magna cum gusto.' " me weak. +,,,,,, --,-----,-,.-. - -,.... .- ... - .......-. ----- mi-H+ dc1vDUClmlng Q zn2clca.n We feel sure the students, faculty and friends of Indiana Central College will be pleased indeed with the quality of laundering and dry cleaning we are doing. 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Aflanufacturers of GOLD MEDAL CONPECTIONS 406-408 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES CENTRAL SUPPLY COMPANY 210 SOUTH CAPITOL AVENUE INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA W'e Extend You an Inuitatzon to Visit Our Showrooms PROTECT YOUR EYES BAD VISION AND DISEASES OF THE EYE MAY BE PREVENTED BY WEARING THE PROPER GLASSES '23 Have Your Eyes Tested Regularly at the CHAS. L. SCHMIDT, Inc. OPTOMETRISTS AND QPTICIANS ADOLPH H. SCHMIDT, 0. D. 503 ODD FELI.OWS BUILDING LINCOLN 7782 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Page 117 HUMOR Deck: "What kind of a car have you?" River: "I got a Wreck?" Deck: "A Wreck?" River: "Yeah Every time I park it a dozen people come up and ask me if I'Ve reported the accident yet?" . O "Whats the difference between you and an old toothless hag?" "I'll bite." lO Red Jones: "Dr. Nlorgan, do you get those worms in pairs?y' Dr. Morgan: UNO, they come in apples." First soldier: 'iSit down, you're rocking the boat." George Washington: "Cant" Seventh soldier: "Why?" George Washington: "My pants are too tight." So they painted him standing up. 1 When there's nothing more to be said, some boob always says it. . Sackmire: i'Just think, a single Mormon would have as many as ten wives." Ford: 'iGracious, how many did the married ones have?" .5.......... ..---.-----.. ..-- -.......,.-.:- -,-.- -- - - - - -....-...g. YOU'LL LIKE THE PLAVOR KINGAN'S "RELIABLE" HAMS AND BACON Made from choice corn-fed hogs Each piece carefully selected Lean and fat properly proportioned Cured by special mild-cure formula Smoked slowly with hickory wood Sweet, juicy and tender--delicious. KINGAN 8: CU. PORK AND BEEF PACKERS Pug? INDIANAPOLIS SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE 'NVE BUILD TO SUIT BUYER UNIVERSITY HIGHLAND ADDITION Come! See! Before You Buy GEORGE M. BIXLER XVASHED SAND AND GRAVEL CALLlWE HAUL DREXE1. 7828fR3 R. R, -1, BOX 727 INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA +I- I.I, -...- ..1. - -..l- IIII -. 4.,. - ,.., - ..., - .,,, - ,,,, - ,I,, - ,,,, - ,.,4 .. .,,. -.,.- .,., - .,., - .,., - ,,., - .,,, .. ,,,, - ,,,4 - ,,,, -.- -...,,.,-,..g. VARSITY CAPETERIA MEALS-LUNCH-ICE CREAM SODAS-CANDIES 4005 SHELBY STREET A Real Sporting Goods Store ATHLETIC SNVEATERS, GOLF, TENNIS. BATHING SUITS. BASE BALL Our sloflx comprises the mos! popular items of the following lines: XVi1son YVcstcrn Co. CmwfordAMcGrcgor Roach-XVright 25 Golf Clubs Ditson Co. O'She.1 Sweaters Slazcngcr Racket Co. Kro-Flight Rackets and Lcc Racket Co, Golf Equipment Jnntzcn Bathing Suits Smith-Hassler-Sturm Co. 219-121 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE 116 EAST OHIO STREET -.,.- ..., - .,., ,,.. ... .,.. Musical Merchandise of Quality E'verythi1zg in Music ZTMQJJ 27 EAST OHIO STREET HUME MANSUR BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS P11516 110 1- ,,,, -.,.- ,,.. - ,,,. ... .,.. .,., - .,., -,,..-.,.,-w,- ,,., - vlv, ..,,.1-.W-,lm-,.,,...,.5. HU Blumel: "How come that terrible look on Bish's face?" Gormely: "Oh, he just got a shine and then remembered they were his room mate's shoes." lO..,.i Humbert: "Did you hear about the traveling salesman who died?" Stine: "No, shoot." Humbert: "Left an estate of 500 towels and a hotel key." .. O HI just didn't get the brakes," said the flivver as it rolled down the hill and draped itself over a stone wall. M OR Fox Thompson: "I got mad at Flom and he wouldn't pay me the ten bucks he owes me." Hottell: "You should have re- mained calm and collected." O THE MAIDENS PRAYER 'iPlease, dear Lord, help me to be half as popular as the dog that ran through the chapel room this morn- ing." M If you fed a cow sawdust, would she give shaving cream? +,,1,,,,,- 1 1 ,,,, 1,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,- ,,,, .. ,,,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,, -,,,,,,, ,,,, im,-,,,,,,,,.,im,-.,,,,-,.,.-....-. ...,.1.,.,1, ... 1 1 -,iii-a+ Teaching Positions ooLLEoE. NoRMAL. HIGH sci-toot. GRADE. BROWN EFFICIENCY BUREAU, Inc. ' College and Teachers Department 306 GUARANTY BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS. F. R. FARNAM, Mgr. aim'-.rurTrru,vmLuir1rr4.Ti4riTuiiL WTnrrTii.i...,,i.-.milrm.-.ia--rm THE EDUCATORS BUREAU 406 OCCIDENTAL BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS TEACHING POSITIONS IN GRADES. HIGH SCHOOI.S. - COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES The rlgerzegf of Personal Service XV. A. MYERS, MGR. iw- "" - "" - "" - "" - "i' - "" - "-' - "" - 1'i' - "" - "'i - "'i - "i' - f'1' -- 1'1' - 'i" - "'+ - "" - 1"' -- "" - '1'i - "f' - "" - "" - "" - f'i' - "" - "" -H-P HOIVIER L. COOK AGENCY CLicensedD 610 TRACTION TERMINAL BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA The First Teachers Agency in Indiana ENROLL NOIV. XVRITE OR CALL FOR CONTRACT. lf You Have Some Spare Time for lVork, XVFILIL' Me HOMER L. COOK. MGR.. .g....-,,,,-....-.,,.-.,.,-,.,.-.,...., ..-,..,-,...-,,,.-.,..-....-....-..,,--..,, INDIANA TEACHERS PLACEMENT BUREAU We need Teachers for Grades, High School. Normal and College. To School Ofhcials we respectfully solicit your patronage. Vsfrite or wire us at our expense your requirements. HOOSIER EMPLOYMENT SERVICE C. STONECIPHER. MGR., LICFNSED 916 STATE LIFE BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Page 120 QUALITY ABOVE ALL HERFP-JONES CO. INDIANAPOLIS Designers and Manufacturers of SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY AND COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS Official Jewelers to Classes of 1926, '27, '28, and '20 1867 1928 "Over Sixty Years of Service EQUITABLE LIFE OF IOWA JOHN XV. GEORGE 519 BOARD OE TRADE BUILDING PHONES RILEY 4620 AND DREXEL 7857-3 1 .- .. .... -nu-Hui 1 1 1,.1141111.11--'lu-uni-I...-.tlu...im1wl1.m-nn- -. 1 - 1 Make Your Banking Connection IVith THE LARGEST BANK IN INDIANA The Fletcher American National Bank SOUTHEAST CORNER PENNSYLVANIA AND MARKET STREETS INDIANAPOLIS P1111 HUMOR THE WRESTLING REPORTER GETS A CARNEGIE PASS HELLA SPANDOMIDES MAKES AMERICAN DEBUT Greek Pianist Shows Skill In a grueling contest lasting a full two hours last night, Hella C"Ivory Crusherwj Spandonides showed su- periority over Grappler Steinway, bringing that baby to the mat with a combined scissors and hammer lock. Steinway put up a sturdy battle but the Greek grinder had the goods, showing genuine class in speed, en- durance and generalship. At one time it looked bad for the Mme. when she tripped over a chord in Beetho- ven's Op. 87 fCalled Appassionata by the wise boysI and slid under the Steinway. But the wily Greek was a Spartan, and although she must have been there for half an hour, she took her punishment and finally se- cured a toehold on the left pedal which got her back into the offensive, and springing a Ravel number on the Steinway by surprise, she rapidly wore down her bulky opponent to a smashing finish with two Greek dances. Although Steinway's supporters say that with a little lay off, the musical giant will be ready for a re- turn match, it is the concensus of opinion that the Greek pounder cer- tainly knows her strawberries. -ru-.i..-mi1iii.1im,,iii1u,.1.ui1wi1iw1,.,.-W1N111ii,1,.,....m.1,.,..-...,1.,.,-.,,,,.-.,....-..,.,.-.,.,....,.,..-...,1,.,,1. -..i..1i,,,.-...ln COLLEGE MEN AND NVOMEN Patronize the CIRCLE BARBER SHOP lVe Solicit Student Trade 61 MONUMEN1' cincte XV. E. LANE, PROP. 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GOOD COMMERCIAL PRINTERS WE PRINT HIGH SCHooL AND COLLEGE ANNUALS See Us Also for Engraved Cards and Stationery and Office Supplies TENTI-I STREET AT FORT VJAYNE AVENUE INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA .g.......- - - - - .-...-....-.,..-.,..-.,.,......-....-.........,-,,.,-....-....-..,.-. - - .. .. - - - -.,.......g. CONSIDER THE HAMMER It doesn't fly off the handle. It keeps pounding away. It finds the point, then drives it home, It looks at the other side too, and thus often clinches the matter. It makes mistakes, but when it does it starts all over. It is the only knocker in the world that does any good. If you are inclined to lose your head and Hy off the handle. consider the hammer at BERDEL AND TOMEY HARDWARE-COAL-FEED 1099 HANNA AVENUE PHONE DREXEL 7807 Page 123 HUM Mae Lynch has discovered the quickest way to get a book out of the library, Simply multiply the area of the base by the altitude and you get the volume immediately. .L-QL Deck: "Did you have a date at the basketball game?" River: "Yes, who won?" OR "Hands up!" "Oh, so you're a thug." "No, a palmist: you're going to have a Hnancial loss." LOL "The Brooklyn Bridge is the long- est unsupported span in the World." "Yes, yes-very modern idea, that. Probably led to abolishing corsetsf' ,234 F5120 WIUQHSLB L! i1,,q,fg.g: rv. ..QL.- 96:12 llll ,HL ,,,, ,L,,,L,L,,L ,,,, L ,,,, L ,,,, L ,.,. L ,,,i L ,,,, L ytit L ,.,. L .... L ,,., L ,,,, L.L,.L.L,L L,L OUR GOOD IVISHES- . ..-. .. - -.m-H+ To All Studenls of INDIANA CENTRAL COLLEGE We Wish you success in your College and Vocational life. Sincerely yours. KRAUSE BROTHERS MENS HATs AND FURNISHINGS "The Courthouse Is Opposite Us" INDIANAPOLIS 4........- .- ,.....-,,,.-,,.,-.,.-,...-...-,,......,..-,.,.-.,.,-,,,........-,.,,-,...-...,...,....-,..-, .,- -. -..- -...-.M-...g. Compliments of THE BUTTERCRUST PIE CO. W. J. SLATE, MGR. 3510 MADISON AVENUE lnigt- 124 NOTE OF BUSINESS EXPANSION The National Educational Agency, Inc.. requests your attention to its new business expansion and development. We now offer you free enrollment for personal service in any or all of our departments listed below. EDUCATIONAL PLACEMENT 1. College or Normal School. 2. Administration in Public School. 3. "Class Room" Teaching or Instructor, in choice of location. TRAVEL SERVICE Conduct All Expense Tours. 1. The Northwest: National Park Tours, Dude Ranches, Alaska. 2. The Northeast: Niagara-to-the-Sea, Eastern Cities. 3. Europe: France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Holland, England, Scotland. For your convenience we are opening another office where you will be equally well served. Note the location. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY, Inc. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 318 TRACTION TERMINAL BLDG. 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RILEY 1022 'l"- "" - "" - -"'- "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - 1'1' - 1"' - "" -"1'- "" - "1' - -"' - "" -' "" T "" - "" - "" - "" - "" "" '-""-"4" Call DRexeI 7815. rzng 3, for appomtmems DR. R. H. KOPP ' DENTIST 4036 MADISON AVENUE Hours 8:30 to 4:30 Examinations Free Your Vwfork Solicited +I- -III - iffi - ilil -1- llil - llif - Iili - Iill - ifii - rlff - IIII - IIAI -- Ill' - IIII - 1-i' - "" - Iil' - "" -- -iii - 'ii' - "-' - 'i" - 'i" - '1" - i-" - i"' - "-' - "" -'I+ K- XX Octagon Lenses in White Gold Frame .. , , Z-rwgfix-,, Complete 58.50 WM. H. BLOCK CO. OPTICAL DEPARTMENT -F! DR. J. E. KERNEL IN CHARGE +-- ---' - 1--- - ---- -'-- - 'i-i --1-- f-11 - '-'1 - 1-4- -H-- -i-. - vivi - I... -- ---' - -.-. - --ii - -.-- - iivi - -.-. - -.-. - ...I - '-.. -1.-H--I---I-.--I---H+ JAMES E. McDONALD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 617 PEOPLES BANK BUILDING, INDIANAPOLIS MAIN 2161 +I- "" - "" - "" -- -"' - "'- - i-i- - 4-1' - -'-' - -"i - '1'1 - "" - f'i- - '-i- - 1-f' -- -"' - "'i - 'iii - 'i-i - "" - iiii - '-" - '-'- - -"' - -'-' - -i-' - 'III - '1+' - ilii --I+ M. T. FEENEY M. W. FEENEY 510 BBIICIOIIIZ Street 3014 Kenna!-d Avcnuc FEENEY E5 FEENEY FUNERAL DIRECTORS 923 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. PHONE RILEY 38-I3 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Page 127 Nqr R ff' V ff 'ZFff,.g,-iffy. Pqge'128 cvllutogmpyhs J. 1 NC! Ei J 1 L YW PJ I '. s Nl Q 4 . 1' Lui v ' fi ' E V F W7 , V. 1 W: 7 E- "rl ' I I-,v iw ff-Q "V ' if 1 I Mig. P o Y , . J f- . WEN 'M 5. N3 QA ax .lf Midnight Oil t HE light flickersl The last drop of "midnight oil" is being consumed. lE The publishers hasten to compile this final piece of copy before the light if dies out completely. A large supply of the "precious ointment" was laid in store as the staff began production and it was thought that there was more than enough for the whole job. But unforeseen difficulties, the multiplicity of details, and the continuous grind of production have exhausted the last re- source of fuel. May the scores of critics not forget the great quantity of "mid- night oil" burned up in publishing this volume of the Oracle. May they read between the lines the toil. the devotion, and the conscientious efforts of the. members of the staHf to build a monument to the senior class of 1928 and to' Indiana Central College. The business management of the l928 Oracle deserves special mention for insuring the financial success of the book by selling the most advertising space ever achieved by an Oracle Staff. Much credit belongs to Howard Patton, who assummed the duties of business manager after Volney Branson resigned because of serious illness. The Senior Oracle staff wishes to thank the members of the Junior Oracle staff for their assistance and cooperation in the production of this annual. The staff also appreciates the helpfulness of friends who have done many minor tasks and good turns which have aided in the work. The members of the l928 Oracle staff express their gratitude for the co- operation of the following people who have contributed to the 1928 Oracle: Mrs. Lola Rugenstein, of the Indianapolis Engraving Company, who helped in planning the book and advised the staff about all engravings. Mr. Clem C. Voorhis, photographer, who took great care in making the photos. Mr. H. E. Hudson, printer, who has shown unusual interest in every detail of the printing. Mrs. Faye Pinkstaf Maguolo, a former student, who contributed without charge to the art work. Miss Violet Pear, who made most of the drawings for the art theme. Miss Dorothy Cunningham, who made the pencil portraits. Mr. Joseph Cummins, of the Indianapolis News, who kindly advised the staff in selling advertising. The staff wishes to thank, also, all those who have lightened the load of the work by their encouragement and good cheer. Page I3 0 5 I 5 W l 5 5 I : ! i a E I E E 5 1 2 I 4 h i n 1 vi". 8154.4 'IL lf 'KLn.., U 'Ill . T-331 TVN-X-. SEI Ili' ITL- H.L,'n aV""1'.b -173.7 ,. 'ali-7 . L' i.nIdlA'll7.. Z??fg:m13.Qg?i',gQ,. A 2i"?'f1'ifgfi,g'f..9i1g""f?'f',fgg fgf,fw2'Q2'AaJ'wf'w1?45:P3A.g'!bf.,jfg,f,.,, .fP2'E.fm5'fa.'fgf-Me-'.5j+wigff,fa2e,,,, rife,-"iibXV'?,.f,gih ny',w"?3..,:, -,yn-21. K . gg,15:?ffg?fg'-UfIlvLlf3., .. 'lflgf 52?f?,33:Qs I 'L-45' ' , . ,f'14',l".Q-fqfjfld'0f"i'jfY21,. fgy5f5,r,f..,yf::i. . -'f,?7Zseii4Iw WW-' 'lmw J" -fm: ' "rf -.fx-,,,.2f.rm. H 4: 1' .Q P. -. . .-are +f'f:4fff:".wf:4r,-::.fw't:'3g1f3" 'f 1 '1'f,:64w'w -fl-,gfyw ,df-dizfgz. , 1.1 ' - ' e":-'flQ3i1v,5a. 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