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INDIANA , L, .I 'I H . 31335, -3g.II1f1,q31:i5?: L x 5 77, I. ,-It V HM?,,Q,: .id , , '55 .I 53 -xx:sig?-mfg,Q.-I'-3-',m.v y Q?hH A - Q-I,:,g,j:,:I H ' " 3- Ip-.I If: ru 'II - L 'Q II 1 . ,IgSj'f, hfpgr , .,f 3 I . ..,, 5, ' . ,I HAR3gg,3g,gIfMA I I . gagt., 'U Lu-I r' --gg L , I - T . 1 , I . .il .ll . .5 , '. I I 5, , , II -IJ I-JL.Isa-If-ff-I3'3lIIiIi?IJuifE5'1"I :EEL WAYNE BABLER A I.A V L - 'AIN 'N Iii' I I .,,-,., L dz L, ,L I,,,,,A,, -. I -.- ..- --. - N 0 MANAGER O 5 Y ' 'E' ' -.risks-I ,,'.,-kfViA jw1V U :I 1 3' -.Li , ' -fxgfq-, . ziijiifg A 1:44 .v.L.,g-Ai if , -L,2.gf' QQ .f:i',J5,'1' I P-9 1' ' 4fLxa,.Lf"2-51214-1:21, :Q "v ." ' ' - , . - ff " L+2 1 ,:5....,v--F A , -A 45: H43 -A . - i la: ig Q ' 5 l .fax .LY 'T- vb Q, INTRODUCTION A BOOK OF REMINISCENCE IS WHAT WE HOPE THE 1935 ORACLE WILL MEAN TO YOUXA WEALTHY CARC-O OF MEMORY PAC-ES, WHEN LIFE AND LOVE VJERE TAK- EN LICHTLY, THAT WILL SMILE UP INTO YOUR NOW TOO SERIOUS EYES ........ IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE FOR US TO C-ATHER THE CONTENTS OF THIS BOOK. AND WE HOPE THAT IT WILL PLEASE YOU, CONTENTS ,.n'. -"'r N X I . X, . I' --f' 'N -. f ff' X N 0 ADMINISTRATION 0 CLASSES 0 ATHLETICS 0 ORGANIZATIONS 0 FEATURES 0 I 'D I ADMPIRElE?fQ1ZiTI0N :Rav 1. coco President of Indiana Central College 1915-1935 T0 HIS FINE QUALITIES AS A MAN, HIS SINCERE UNDERSTAND- ING AND HIS PATIENT TOLERANCE AS AN ADMINISTRATOR, WE THE IUNIOR CLASS WISH TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS FOR THIS GOOD MAN, IN THIS HIS TWENTIETH YEAR AS PRESIDENT OF THIS COLLEGE ............ W .fvii lohn A. Cummins B.A., MA., PI'1.D. Philosophy William P. Morgan B.A., MA., Pl'i.D. Biology Iohn I. Haramy BJ-X., LL.B., MA. History, Political Science fosivf- ' ' Q5f"g?gv:1v ' ' Qwiiif iii- swf :Zf"l'f1f,,Y izvgflr :fm X'-41, ' 'f' 5: in . ., MA., P . . Religion Qgilwwa TQ 5 Q ,, David H. Gillian 3HF, "1i ggi ,,, BA hD ' i i- Sibyl Weaver Mc B.A., MA. English QSM ' - 5 E'E1E'E 'fri 'IFE-5215122525352 5'i..:5S7:3fi 2' -. w i Lyle I. Michael B.S., lVl.S., Pl'i.D Chemistry Leora Weimer BA., iVi.A. Speech, journalism Virginia Cravens B.A. Dean of Women, English Ethel Smith Gilliatt B. Music Voice, Piano Harry C. Good B.A., lVI.A. Physical Education, Athletics Deleth D. Weidler BA., lVl.A. Education W. Earl Stoneburner BA., NIA. Education A Anna Dale Kek B.A. Registrar, Latin Loren S. Noblil-t B.S., M.S. Mathematics, Physics . ,... . ..., , ,f-:sr 1' , v ' YP- Donalcl F. Carmony B.A., M.A. History. Economics Minnie Walls Noblitt B.S., MA. French ulia Marie Wolfe BA., B. Music, MA. Music Theory Lois Taylor BA. Librarian, Education Evan R. Kek BA. Treasurer, Economics Irene M, Doup B.P.E., BA. Physical Education Esther Becker Graduate of Chicago Music College Voice G. Donald Klopp ELA., MA. Biology Elsie MacGregor Organ Iames B. Harrelcl B.S.M,E. Band Harold A. Smith BA. Physical Education gfiig,'gwifi-:,I,.5: . 32:55 , .1 ,X A . '7.'g'C:3F 3, ,. ff -sv-sc .A - - : ' -ffm if? H f Sgt, Sglggf S255-TI-.::s53:3:5:f:Q1,f 5 H ' iff.,5i53z:fi?:"1 'WE Fr' F Helen Coeppinger BS., M.S. Art, Home Economics Florence Barbour B. Music, M. Music Piano, Music Theory - Fred I. Koehrn B.A. English Adabeth Lull B.S.M. Violin, Public School Music "::w...Ifl+H' Q ""':.. A - '-'A V-if ' if V . ' ' Y.. "-vb-X-,' ' .. 'K Q '-2-:f-H, J' . A ' ' " f"'1:. s"2. 4. .-ww ' ,,.'-.,,, X f ki!-ifi?l,Y.f'Q 'Q 5 .1 , --Q -,w,'.5,f'fk ' ,-nh. A Y ,..x -wi-fx ri.-gf,- I xg is X il K N V ' ",Qf'3"L'-"1 '5"' 46- .v-Q. J " 5' E5-,'gL3,k'?L.,,,3',,-gag M , -. .f -k:3,x4,ry9 C L XTEGQHE 5 HERE THEY ARE .- Class Officers IAMES EATON President HELEN RAMSEY Vice President LENA BOWEN Secretary and Treasurer I -i W I 'I Him? s!5!if1'f'Z1'l Maia ' 'Al HW , QJMMJMI .au-461.-3404415-'tyax' 5 au-vu-Lf fav-V4 l amz do . THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-FIVE Clarice I. Arford, B.A. Music, Home Economics Indianapolis, Ind. William B. Arford, B.A. Chemistry Indianapolis, Ind. Anna Banta, B.A. Art, Home Economics Indianapolis, Ind. Wayne E. Babler, B.A. Social Science, English Coshocton, Ohio Maxdon R. Bell, B.A. Public School Music, Social Science Hamilton, Ohio Letha C. Bartell, B.A. Economics Minneapolis, Minn. lohn W. Brooks, B.A. Social Science Indianapolis, Ind. " Lena E. Bowen, B.A. Mathematics, Social Science Portland, Ind. THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY FIVE Loretta M. Browne. B.A. Mathematics Sterling, Ill. Elmer H. Brown, B.A. Religion Noblesville, Ind. Mary Brunnenmiller, B. Mus. Public School Music, Art Kokomo, Ind. Martin W. Conaway, B.S. Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics Indianapolis, Ind. larnes C. Eaton, B.A. Social Science, Biology Peru, Ind. Thelma Buhmiller, B. Mus. Public School Music Indianapolis, Ind. Woodrow W. Furgason, B.A. Social Science, Physical Ed. Indianapolis, Ind. Mary Margaret Cox, B. Mus. Public School Music, English Indianapolis, Ind, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN Tl-IIRTY-FIVE Othella Dennis, B.A. English, Social Science Dayton, Ohio Charles A. Garrison. B.A. Social Science, Physical Lawrence, Ind. Wilma K. Eaton, B.A. Latin, Social Science Corydon, lnd. Huber 0. Gilliatt, B.A. Philosophy Vincennes, lnd, Ed Harry Hagaman, B.A. Social Science Indianapolis, lnd. Dona P. Hall, B. Mus. Public School Music Paoli, Ind. Williamson L. Harden, B. Mus. Public School Music, English Indianapolis, Ind, Myrtle l. Hamman, B.S. in Ed. Elementary Education Waterloo, Ind. THE CLASS OF NINETEEN Tl-IIRTY-FIVE i r,,. L. Sylvia E. Hardesty, B.A. Social Science, English Indianapolis, Ind. Maxwell L. Middleton, B.A, Mathematics, Biology Syracuse, Ind. Dorothy Hughes, B.A. Biology, Physical Ed. Perryville, lnd. Robert L. Pattie, B.S. in Ed. Education Rockport, Ind. William E. Schaefer, B.A. Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Ed Tell City, Ind. Helen H. Huston, B.A. Mathematics, Social Science Cary, Ind. Ulysses. G. Simmons, B.A. Chemistry Indianapolis, lnd. Iessie C. lohnson, B.A. English, Social Science Mt. Sterling, Kentucky THE CLASS GF NINETEEN Tl-IIRTY-FIVE Olive Klopp, B.A. Latin, English, Biology Indianapolis, lnd. Keith B. Simpson, B.S. Chemistry, Social Science Bloomington, Ill. Wilma Kreamer. B.A. Music, English Warsaw, lnd. lack C. Spencer, B.S. Physical Ed., Mathematics Fulton, Ind, George M. Sprague, B.A. Social Science, Physical Ed Plymouth, lnd. Catheryn Kurtz, B. Mus. Public School Music, Latin Kokomo, lnd. Harry I. Spurgeon, B.5. in Ed. Social Science, Physical Ed Freetown, lnd. Dorothy C. Miller, B.A. Biology, English Indianapolis, lnd. THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-FIVE Helen P. Ramsey, B.A. Music, English Perryville, Ind. William S. Stevens, B.S. Chemistry, Physics Indianapolis, Ind. Mildred M. Schurtter, B. English, Biology Tell City, Ind. Emil W. Swift. B.A. Philosophy Indianapolis, Ind. A. Bernard White. B. Mus. Public School Music, Violin Indianapolis, Ind. Evamae Schwartz, B.A. Home Economics, Mathematics Cwynneville, Ind. llah M. Warner, B.A. Home Economics, English Huntington, Ind. Dorothy L. Young, B.A. Home Economics, English North Manchester, Ind. HERE W AQRE Class Officers EVERETT EBBERTT President HAROLD M UMMA Vice President MARY LOU FRENCH Secretary and Treasurer 1 THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX First Row Leona Cray Robert Collier Bearl Smith Pauline Wood Melvin Livengood Kenneth Brewer Mildred McKay Mary Lou French Fourth Row Walter Smith Ellen lane Kellum Clyde Quakenbush Kenneth Eller Nelson Eaton Wayne Babler Winona Heath Charles Martin Second Row Third Row Oakly Ricketts Fern Carithers Clark Williams Loren Carmichael Ralph Ponselor Hazen Denney losephine Mercer Ralph Lausch Fifth Row Wilson Lovell Meredyth Delph Lester Lausch Harold Bailey Wendell Nicodemus Clarence jones Dwight Patterson Harold Mumma Wayne Corbin Howard Ellis Mildred Walker Everett Ebbertt Treva Miser Russel Myers Frank Stine Verrollton Shaul Sixth Row Evelyn Hockett Lillian Shepherd Agnes Dawson Thomas Hannon Ruth Slick Esther Patterson Clarice Arford North-South . . . President Ebbertt . . . Ken . . . Laurel and Hardy . . . Six Shadows . . . Bunkies . . . Another Ken . . . About to Pop . . . On The Wayne . . . Take No. From I-IO . . . Guess Who? . .. iTwo E's . . . Full Backs . . . ySlide, Catfish, Slide! . . . Ianie . . . Worry, Worry . . . The Deacon . . . Workee Laundree . . . Are You Listenirf? . . . Y. IVI. Prexy . . . Nlck . . . Would Pauline. R ,..-in , Q Ni .ii F., 3 'ff 1 HERE ARE THE Class Officers IOH N CHAM BERS President EARL BRANE Vice President THELMA BEUSCHER Secretary and Treasurer , i .... 1- CGLLEGE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY- SEVEN First Row Second Row Harvey Luttrell Winona Boston Merrill Brown Helen Martin Vierl Veal Elizabeth jones Roscoe Smith jean Stickney Eugene Mogle Fourth Row Doris Brown Clark Hoot Harold Davis Manley Price john DeVine William McNamara Eugene Cross Elsie Nicodemus jack Nice Billy Barnard Louise Eickmann john McKeltresh Harriett Butler Wayne Smith Mary Roberts Russel Youngblood Dorothy Ratlitt Charles Smith Opal Cabel Fifth Row j. Allen Breedlove Robert Waggoner Vernon Christianson Milton Gamble john Mader james Armstrong john Burton Earl Watson Floyd Cook Third Row Waneta Hadley Earl Brane Frances Hite-jones Paul Lake Francina Hoch Thomas Wonnell ' Yomada McCrockIin Walter Hahn Norman Edwards Sixth Row james Wilson Gene Bogardus Richard Cood john Byers Myron Lowe Charles Elson john Chambers Milton Brice X cf? iff? If rx i 4agJf57f:,4,v,Q.g,-mf? ' f. irst Row Dorothy Odum j. B, Parks Virginia Bowen Harry Miller Faye Ritchie Lee Bahan Marjorie Pile Dorothy Davis Lacondia Pruitt Fourth Row Elizabeth Hiatt Olive jones Marian Thorpe Elizabeth Scherer Mary Puryear Helen Rusk Lucille Weinantz Helen Ringley Ruth Layton josephine Black Olive Boldt Seventh Row Mary Lou Warner Olive Bean Hellen Shea Second Row Margaret Powers Gracie jones Estella Smith Sara Smart Allene jones Byrneta Byrne Miriam Klipple Alice Vance Hester Hogart Naomi Connett Fifth Row Marian McColgin Ethel Noel Helen Pfeifer Harold Gantz Merle Huffman Helen George Ruth Miller Arabelle Enyart june White George Daniels -Dyson Cox Wm. Scharbroughff' rf:f""4 Q!-W-iff-f.r'?L, Third Row Margaret Sands Alice Pitman Lorene Hart Louise Dressler Ruth Hardman Mildred Dahlquist Louisia Kelle Eugenia McKinney Mildred Hedrick j. Paul Stine Sixth Row Lucile Higgerson Bernadine Kolter Kenneth Sever Catherine Graydon Rachael Cole Clifford Cox Versie jolliff Raymond Swank Wilma Burns Richard Mehaffey Howa rd B ra ndyberry NORMAL CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY- FIVE , i' LOOK WHO'S HERE Af! Class Officers ULVV Wa ' 1 RALPH EATON ,,wVf 4-if ffwffh President I My v LMA jj!! -AM, IJVJ jj? BAsu. O'RElLLEY' V' ' Q l f , Vice Presidenf I if - -f 'lfff f!,!x-f:fV7"'fl6yhA!v-Ik-' JJJJQ ALLENE DAVIS 451 JV il, L I '- ' Secretary and Treasurer M ' If "dL.Uf wee. c?,.zf-f-Qfy' 97" WM 9270" ' ffffi, r I N - r Xian yyyff 2-JQ I gzffbdfy DMV' 1" FRESI-IMEN Rei- ' 11" A ' ' n A A JL I Y i W W1 N X I W1 wi' 'gl Wir M -. I -., P ,. lx QQ S e 5 'VT 'J 'TTT' I , il , Mm fu ,MJ .,,l14-l,f,x Yfzzf' 'Ww,'fh,"f '775W'fL if .12..Lg4".' "f ,fzi,gL'Q fig' 'ig' P - .J COLLEGE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY- First Row Gladys Wolfe Ralph Hudson Merriam Howenstine Simon Brill Alma Collins Vernon Truesdale Mary Margaret Davis Fred Bowen Lottie Mehatfey Vernon Adams Fourth Row Henderson Davis Roscoe Haycock Grace Noblitt Lewis Gray Margaret Douglas William Sale Allene Koher Leon Taylor Helen Malloy Vernon Elbrecht Margaret Foster Mary M. Benson EIGHT Second Row Velma R. Foreman Alvin Leonard Phyllis Weaver Edward Mayhew Virginia Bryant Robert Liggett Marguerite Gomez jarvis Gamble Thelma Skomp Carl Berdel Frances St. john Ruth Kiser Fitth Row Evan Kendall Violet Sutton Woodrow Inks Mary Sue Spillman Leonard Lupold Mary Albea Henry Potter Lucille Miller David Hancock Mae Trumbull Virginia Dager lContinued on Page 32l Thi rd Row james Wilson llo Wolff Edwin Krause Ruth King Christian Achlensker juanita Fall Ray Stauftacher Allene Davis Edward Ward Esther Stotler Elizabeth Bosworth Ruth jordan Sixth Row Eugenia Smith Ronald Ping Suzanne Sturgeon Brainard Cooper Sara johnson Clark Russel Margaret Brawley Leroy Fisher Rhea Stephens Harry Ormsby Eighth Row Ray Smith Virginia Kramer Betty jane Smith Louise Crick Violet Elledge Evelyn jones Mary K. Smith Marjorie Hooten Forrest Cilham Fifth Row Marvin jones Marjorie Nigh Dallas Wright lla Swanson Reba Linville Paul Rucker Miriam Staley Marian Reed Seventh Row Dorothy Booth Mercedes Phillips Susan Adney Margaret Rogers Myra Raper Mary Patrick Camille jenkins Mary C. White Lillie Ailes Maxine Huston Fourth Row Robert Creen Grace Morgan Thelma Felter Mary Conner Ruby Carmony Shirley Barker Mary C. Trimmer Roberta Bowsher Russel l-lollen lContinued on Page 323 Sixth Row Bernice Meyer Imogene Payne Dorothy Nigh l-lazel Downey Doris Thomas Marcella Uncapher Sara Cood Evelyn Faye Miller Kenneth Ostermeyer Thi rd Row Andrew Tharpe Mary Dell Barker Anna Louise Whiteman Esther Shepherd l-lelen Elledge Marcella Williams Lorena Bright jennie Mast Charles Wylie THE NORMAL CLASS GF NINETEEN Tl-l I RTY-S I X COLLEGE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY- EIGHT lContinued from Page 303 Seventh Row Eighth Row Ninth Row Dorothy Wells jack Karstedt Catherine Billet Ray Bowsher Charlotte Esmon Lawrence Pottenger Anna Lascu Richard Emery Isabel Simonsen jack Wonnell Tenth Row Raymon Bevington Lavern Beitler C-uy Clodtelder Francis Risley Ceorge Plymate jack Horner Harlan Kerlin Basil O'Reilly Charles C-arringer Hal Walden john Price Ray Crowe Kenneth Smartz Marion Stuart Anita O'Dwyer j. Byers Hunley Enos Snyder C-erald Carmony john Kirkpatrick Bob Ohmart Cieorge Kirkwood Edwin Nale john Carter joseph lsham Karl Pipes Paul Lawson james Hollaway Carl Silvy Kenneth Enzor Eleventh Row Ralph Eaton Frank McDonald joe Landon john Spoor Roy Lightbody Kenneth Dorton james Burroughs jefferson Henderson james Mitcham Wilbur Wilson Vern Reid NORMAL CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY- SIX lContinued from Page 3ll Second Row Robert lVlcKinney Frances Blauvelt Sara Turner Ruth Campbell Lucille Heitger Helen jordan Eleanor Chandler Alice Sproat Dwight Barker First Row Howard Youngblood jeanette Hutt Mildred De Atley Thelma Reinhardt Doris Scholer Bernice Stine Floris Highsmith Dolores Ferrer Orlan Cehlback A TTfflf'EG?i c s I YEA . . . LET'S G0 Coach Harry Good has been athletic director at Indiana Central College for the past eight years. During that time he has turned out athletic teams of outstanding ability. His teams have been recog- nized as good sportsmen on the court, diamond and the gridiron. Too much credit can- not be attributed to "our coach" for his ability and et- forts as director ot athletics. Frank Stine, "Stiney", and Dallas Wright, "Dal", are the noise makers or, rather, the noise agitators for the Central camp. Stiney is a junior while Dal is a Frosh. The "Towel Slingersn are the property men so to speak. It is their duty to pump up de- flated basketballs, give rub- downs when necessary and make themselves generally useful. First Row-Potter, Swank, R. Eaton, Shaul, Silvy, Lupold, Schaefer. Second Row-N. Eaton, Quackenbush, Dejernett, Byers, Spurgeon. Third Row-Trainer Ponsler, Wilson, Spoor, Crowe, Coach Good. ANDERSON CENTRAL The Indiana Central cage 'artists easily triumphed over Anderson College in the first two games of the season. ln the first game, the score was 50-20. and the following week the Greyhounds again triumphed 39-l7. TAYLOR . . . N. A. G. U. CENTRAL The next two games as well, were added to the ledger on the winning side. The first, against Taylor University was an easy victory, 43-20, and the next week the locals romped over N. A. G. U. of Indianapolis by the overwhelm- ing score of 52-lO. MANCHESTER CENTRAL The competition was greater the next week against the Manchester College aggregation, but Coach Good's men led all the way and sent the Up-Staters home nursing the small end of a 37-30 score. BUTLER CENTRAL Butler University handed the Greyhounds their first defeat of the season Dec. l5, to the tune of 37-Z4 and thus avenged their defeat of the year before. ff Kg.. ff- J F' . I M .Q,: ' "" ' 5- ., .Q . 4- l- 'S f ' n ' "-'k if-'5 x ""' "'f t '1'- . ' . ' - , T A. -,-.., A c - I' clllflg :L' i ,. Q .,,. --,, 4 f' " , N , f ,..,'- E Q.. Q, .n r S ax. . 4 t is., V . "A" Ax' 5ggi,I:::EEEEEi5L::E:,:5:i5EEiS!:::,:..4 .:... lg ,l-:, 1 ,jj M, ww Q 1 i SPURCEON DEIERNETT SCHAEFER CENTRAL NORMAL CENTRAL For the last game before the Holidays, the locals were host to the Central Normal Warriors, and came through for a close victory, 26-23. CINCINNATI CENTRAL The Greyhounds travelled to Cincinnati, Ohio, to meet the strong University of Cincinnati quintet lan, 8. The locals were defeated 37-32 but did a better job at their next meeting. INDIANA STATE CENTRAL The "fighting Greyhounds" performed in championship style before a large Homecoming crowd, lan IZ, with Indiana State furnishing the opposition. The visitors lacked the punch in the final minutes and suffered a 30-29 defeat. BALL STATE CENTRAL The locals suffered their third defeat of the season lan. I6, at the hands of Ball State, by a close score of 29-28. HANOVER CENTRAL The Centralites journeyed to Hanover lan. l9, and defeated the Hill-toppers 43-l6 in a slow and colorless game. BALL STATE CENTRAL On lan. 26, the local quintet travelled to Muncie and avenged the earlier defeat by shading the fast l3all State five I7-l6, in a slow defensive game. CINCINNATI CENTRAL Coach Cood's basketeers staged a determined last half rally against the U. of C. to win a 37-22 decision. MANCHESTER CENTRAL The Creyhounds annexed their eleventh victory by defeating the Manchester cagemen Feb. 2, to the tune of 3l -25. TAYLGR . . . N. A. G. U. CENTRAL With the second team playing all but eight minutes, the Centralites won by a score of 34-3l against Taylor and N. A. C. U. fell by a score of 69-I3. INDIANA STATE CENTRAL With Indiana State hitting the basket from all angles the Cardinal and Cirey lost by a score of 48-32. HANOVER CENTRAL The Centralites sent l-lanover home, defeated by 50-39 score, CENTRAL NORMAL CENTRAL The C-reyhounds ended the season in great style by defeating Danville 32-27. -me 3' 53. , ,,ll,, i p i.. ,: i - iirc I FM X A g x. . jig- F ""'-'r 'V ga if 5 if . V-,-. S 50, C -.LS I I , F V ? E I.. E H., fsaigig- ooRToN QUACKENBUSH BYERS First Row: Brown, Brice, Edwards, Middleton, Ellis, Corbin, Qoackenbush, Hoot. Second Row: Watson, Price, Coach Smith, Delernett, Wilson, Holland. TRACK After an interval of two years, lndiana Central's thinly-clads again took to the field in intercollegiate competition in l933. The squad was not especially successful, but there was so much enthusiasm manifested that it was decided to continue the track program in l934. Last year, under the direction of Assistant Coach Smith, the team had much better success in competition than was expected, considering the inexperience of the erstwhile Mercurios. Under Coach Smith's able leadship, the season, while not outstanding, was one that gthe boys may welli be proud of when one considers that the competition was against some of the stronger colleges in the state. The record for the season was three wins against two defeats. The vic- tories were registered against Central Normal ot Danville, N. A, Ci. U., and the Y. lvl. C. A. of Indianapolis. The meets lost were to Hanover College and to Butler University. The teamialso participated in the Little State meet at Richmond and the Butler Relays at Butler University. Corbin and Delernett were the only second year letter men during the i934 campaign. First year letter men were Hoot, Byers, Edwards, Hender- son, Wilson, Holland, Hiatt and K. Brice. -ws? T1 .ftr': " r ' First Row: Barnett, Williams, McNamara, l-lannon, Dant, Doolittle, Collier. Second Row: Coach Good, Moore, Byers, Swank, Spencer, Brown. Noel Genth, catcher, Robert Pattie, and Lester McCuen, pitchers, are not pictured here but- all three ot them were regulars on the team and received honorary awards. Genth and McCuen graduated last year. Pattie has one more season on the mound tor the Grey- hounds. CENTRAL NORMAL . CENTRAL The Greyhound nine started the season oft in grand style with Allan Moore on the mound, by winning over Central Normal in a close game by the score of 3-2. Moore was relieved in the eighth because ot a sore arm. Inci- dentally, he was disabled tor the rest of the season, thus robbing the locals of one of their most promising hurlers. CENTRAL NORMAL CENTRAL The next week with Hurries of snow making it very uncomfortable, the locals succumbed to the attack ot the Danville Teachers, 7-4, Pattie de- livered the slants for the locals. DEPAUW CENTRAL Still in a slumpthe Cardinal and Greys proved to be no match for the DePauw team and were defeated 9-2. N. A. G. U. CENTRAL Pattie allowed the N. A. G. U. nine only four hits to give the Good-men a 7-3 advantage over the Athletes on April 27. DANTE DOOLITTLE GOLLIER TAYLOR CENTRAL The next day April 28, the Central nine journeyed to Upland to meet Taylor University in a double header. lVlcGuen, performing in top style, pitched both games. Central won the first, l5-2, and eked out a Z-l victory in the second. BUTLER CENTRAL The locals took Butler University in stride, 6-3. Pattie, on the mound, allowed the north-siders six hits. The Greyhound men reached Sutphin, Bulldog hurler, for eleven hits. FRANKLIN CENTRAL The Good-men proved to be no match for the Franklin nine and suffered a ll-lO defeat'on the Grizzlies' diamond. The Gentralites connected for thirteen hits while McNamara was reached for twelve by the Baptists. BALL STATE CENTRAL Pattie again delivered the slants against the Ball State nine the following week, and the Greyhounds came through to win l5-5. The locals collected sixteen hits while Pattie was hit for but eleven safeties. FRANKLIN CENTRAL ln the return game against Franklin, lVlcGuen was unable to hold the Grizz- lies, and although he allowed only eight hits, six of them were converted for runs and the Baptists went home with the score 6-l in their favor. N. A. G. U. CENTRAL Pattie held the N. A. C-. U. Aggregation to three scattered hits, two of which were converted into runs, and Central went on to win 6-2. The locals con- nected for nine hits. DEPAUW CENTRAL Coach Cood's diamond aggregation met their fifth and final defeat of the season at the hands of DePauw on the local lot May 18, with Pattie on the mound. Although Central collected eleven hits against the seven that Pattie allowed the C-reencastle nine, they trailed 6-5, at the end of the game. BUTLER CENTRAL The Central nine made it two in a row against Butler on May 25, with Pattie again hurling for the Cardinal and Crey. Although the game was marked by errors on both teams, the l-linkle-men went behind 8-7. Williams, for Central, and Sutphin, and Batts, for the North-siders each connected for a home-run. TAYLOR CENTRAL For the last game of the season, the locals entertained the Taylor University nine here, in what was to have been a double-header, but the last game was called at the end of the second inning because of rain. The game was close and a good brand of ball was exhibited by both teams. The final score was 2-l in favor of Indiana Central. f ,,., - .5 ' ' . :op BARNETT MCNAMARA HANNON WILLIAMS BASKETBALL SUMMARY The record for the basketball season was fifteen wins against four defeats. This is the highest record of any of the secondary schools in the state and places Indiana Central again as the leader of the Hoosier college basketball teams. The season ends the college basketball life of Harry "Spurg" Spurgeon, a veteranlof three years as back guard. "Spurg" was never a high scorer but an excellent man on defense. William "Bill" Schaefer also ended his college ball career. "Bill" was an outstanding running guard and could be relied upon to come through with a "swisher" when it was needed. David "Dave" Dejernette has also played four years. "Dave" was Central's pivot ace and a member of the all-state selection this ye:r. l934-35 RECORD Central .c.. 50 Anderson .--- Zl Central .s,, 43 Hanover --- 34 Central Anderson Central l7 Ball State -- l6 Central Taylor --- Central 37 Cincinnati -- 22 Central N. A. C. U. - Central 3l ivlanchestor - 25 Central Manchester Central 34 Taylor L .... 3l Central Butler --- Central 69 N. A. C-. U. - l3 Central Danville -- Central 32 Ind. State -- 48 Central Cincinnati Central 50 Hanover -s- 39 Central Ind. State Central 32 Danville .... 27 Central Ball State - 1- l Central ..,. 706 Opponents --498 BASEBALL SUMMARY Superb fielding and the ability to hit pulled Central through the i934 diamond season with only five defeats against nine victories over some of the strongest aggregations in the state. The pitching staff was the weak spot of the team. Pattie and McCuen were the only hurlers who remained from former years. Noel Centh took care of the receiving end of the battery throughout the season. Doolittle, Dant and C-enth were the only players lost by graduation for the l935 season. l934 RECORD Central Danville ..... Central ..... l0 Franklin .... ll Central Danville ..... Central ..-.. l 5 Ball State .... 5 Central DePauw -- Central ..... l Franklin .... 6 Central N. A. C-. U. Central ..... 6 N. A. C-. U. -- 2 Central Taylor ...... Central ..... 5 DePauw ..... 6 Central Taylor --- Central ..... 8 Butler .... -- 7 Central Butler --- Central ..... 2 Taylor --- -- l 3 Q Q? 55? 3 GE-iIilNIT5A1EIfIONS 1 l 1 i i THE PLAY'S THE THING Yes-this is the Collegiate Dramatic Society. You know them now, but even their own mothers wouldn't know them after the hand of the make-up artist has passed over their features. They can costume. direct and impersonate, and build any kind of scenery you might desire. It you wish, they can readily handle Shake- speare's ponderous lines. Are women ever a help to men in business? The feminine element said "Yes", In "Shad- ows ot Destiny", a tea time play, even a dumb woman brought about the success of her husband. MYSTERY! l CRIME! DE- TECTIVESF Who was the "Cat of Nine Tails"? Who com- mitted the crimes? No one knew. Could detectives solve even a part ot it? lt was a royalty play with a unique plot full of laughs. ANOTHER KIND OF CABINET Every Sunday evening, the Christian Endeavor takes up the discussion of some of the modern problems such as Courtesy, Christians, ln Our Economic World and World Peace. Under the guidance of this cabinet, these programs are made of great value. What would a college cam- pus be without a Y. W, C. A? Big Sisters for lonely Freshmen women-Big and ,little sister walkouts-Splendid weekly programs-A lvlay Morning breakfast where the food is different and the serving uni- que-All this and more is provided by this cabinet. The Y. lvl. C. A.-the or- ganization that sponsors those "big speakers" and those "big undertakings". lt is a student representative organization that helps build character on the four-fold plan. This cabi- net determines its policies and programs. THEACALLOSIA Theacallosian Literary Society put to sea the latter part of September in l934, after the Captain had helped the crew to scrub the deck. lncidentally, she helped us scrub the light globes and wash the curtains. lt wasn't so very long after launching out that several sailors were found marooned on an island, and not having previ- ously thought of being rescued, more or less willingly succumbed to the idea. This does not refer to the Freshmen-they were not yet worthy to sail. However, when the time came, twenty Freshmen women signified their determination to overcome any susceptibility to seasickness, and to repeat after the Captain their vows to service. Sometime during the first nine weeks of sailing, the entire crew went informal and disguised the east end of New Hall reception room until it was a veritable circus ground with clowns, animals and everything. One ought never forget the sensible side of things, so to show wherein thinlaeth our noble sailors, lshall repeat what one of our members quoted from Tennyson, "I am a part of all that l have met, Yet all experience is an arch wherethrough C-leams that untravelled world, whose margin fades For ever and for ever when l move." ZETAGATHEA Upholding aged traditions, at least aged to the 'extent of one year, the Zetagathean Literary Society began its year with a stag party for pledges and new members at the "sugar bowl" on Lick Creek. And again, true to tradition, every last crumb of food succumbed to or was annihilated by their attack. After this event, the Society settled down and refused to be drawn aside from the business at hand, even though one eve ning, the president and the critic each appeared with a mustache that was more or less approaching the handle-bar stage. When miscellaneous business was declared in order, the bar began to offer suggestions. One member of the bar suggested that the other chair member grow a mustache, but the suggestion was declared out of order. Later, the other chair member confided that he was glad the suggestion was out of order, because he knew it would have been a great disappointment to the bar to have waited as long as it would have taken him to grow one. You see, Zetagathea does not always run as the rules of order provide. l-lowever, Zetagathea does have its serious side and every man is trying to live and grow a better life by believing in the Society and its motto, "There is no palm without its dust," PHILALETHEA Oh glorious Philalethea Round thee in love we draw, Thine is the grace of culture, The majesty of law. Those words came floating from the Literary Hall every Monday evening. Every girl within the bar was prepared to give her favorite poem, a current topic, review a recent magazine article or speak on any subject for at least three minutes, for she knew not the hour when the president might call on her. Every Philalethean knows the "thou shalts" of the society -Thou shalt sit erect and keep both feet flat on the floor. Thou shalt refrain from whispering. Thou shalt know Robert's Rules of Order from cover to cover. One Sunday afternoon, japanese music came floating from the Literary Hali which had been transformed into a japanese garden, Here and there were groups of ladies listening very at- tentively to a japanese girl who was reading fortunes with the tea leaves. This japanese tea was Philalethea's way of reminding the Freshmen Ladies that her doors were open to those who wished to follow her motto "Excelsior". Pl-IILOMUSEA April ZO, l906-Not the date of some great conflict fought on a battlefield mid the roar of cannons and guns, but the date of the organization of the Philomusean Literary Society. Twenty- nine years ago-lVlost of us can not remember that far into the past but some of our professors do. Were they members of a literary society? Yes, sir! and Philomuseans, too. They were proud of the fact then and today Philomusea is proud and happy that these men thought Indiana Central needed an organization in which the young men of the campus could further their training in the literary field. These honored men had to learn sooner or later the advantages of punctual attendance, original productions and extemporaneous speaking. Philomusea still upholds these aged traditions, aged in years but not in spirit as can be seen by its motto, "l-lic Educare Vos Vitae" and a verse from "Philomusea Praise", Philomusea, we sing to thee, We love thy classic halls, To thy dear gates where wisdom reigns We turn when duty calls. Philomusea, how'sweet thy name To mem'ry's fondest gaze, Thy watchful care shall fan the flame Of knowledge all our days. SCRIBES AND ORACLES Worryl Worryl Worryl That describes accurately the state to which these people succumbed when they were informed of their new duty, that of publishing the Oracle. Immediately we began to juggle impossible financial problems. We balanced again and again the eternal budget. Two small people wondered hither and yon on the campus snapping this and that. Then there were millions of pictures to cut and paste?? Well maybe there were only a few hundred. Scissors slashed, typewriters clattered, brainstorms came and went, and after several months we began to see peace ahead. To Clem C. Voorhis, photographer, the lndianapolis Engrav- ing Company and to The Benton Review Shop the staff wishes to express its sincere thanks for all courtesy and helpful sugges- tions. Quite unlike anything the editor ever heard of was the situation in relation to his staff. lt was not the usual case of trying to get the staff to work, rather it was a case of finding work for them to do. As editor, I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to Evan R. Kek, our faculty adviser, Wayne Babler, our business manager, Everett Ebberett, our associate editor, Agnes Dawson, our literary editor and typist, Mary Lou French and Hazen Denny, our snap shot editors. Ellen lane Kellum, our joke editor and typist, Mildred Walker, our art editor, Frank Stine, our sports editor, and Pauline Wood, who helped in the typing. l-larold lvlumma POWER AND PENANCE What's the latest news? Leave it to the Reflector reporters to find out. What's the latest jokes? Leave it to the columnist or feature writers to discover. Never tell your ambitions or resolutions to just anyone if you do not care to have them published, Be careful what you sayl Leave it to the editor, who burns the mid-night oil and hears the click and clatter of the typewriter to remind these elusive reporters that write-ups are due and must be in so that he may juggle the headlines and front page into balance. Very inspiring and uplifting programs given each Thursday evening during the year was the work of the Student Volunteer Organization. Stu- dent participation in the form of devotional addresses, sermonettes, con- ducting old-fashioned prayer meetings and deputation work helped many Christian workers on the campus. Returned missionaries, visiting pastors and faculty members proved of value in challenging the members to a deeper consecration and more efficent preparation for full time Christian work. SOUND ECI-lOES THE SENSE lt has been said, "Music hath charm to soothe the savage beast", and it is strikingly evidenced by noting these lovely girls in blue. Yet in this moment ot relaxation ot the Girls Clee Club. you could scarcely believe such tranquility and charm could ac- complish anything so powerful-but it is the music. It seems that the mythical sirens, who sat on the rocks combing their golden tresses and luring sailors to destruction, have abdictated in favor ot these girls. It you doubt it, only look how strong men tremble and sweet young things weep, but always they come to hear this club and never go away hurt by having done so. Do you remember in the operetta, Mamzella Taps, how these lovely girls keep calling tor the elusive Marie, alias Mam- zella Taps, and we have often wondered how she could have tailed to answer them until so late in the operetta. Ot course, the author of this production could not have known how sweetly these girls could sing, Should you chance to meet any of these girls, and you can scarcely keep from it, ask them who is responsible. Should you chance to meet them all together, they would answer in one voice that to the director goes the honors. ON WINGS OF SONG The best season for some time is the record of the Men's C-lee Club. An improvement in tone, unity in performance and spirit was seen. The outstanding production of this organization was the presentation of the unique minstrel, "On Wings of Song". Music, comedy, laughs and all sorts of antics were thrown in this airplane ride and lovely, petite Mary Lou French stood at the helm and turned the propellor. "jimmy" Eaton was the interlocutor with his usual grace and charm. The way in which he controlled his "high top katy" gave evident proof of an illustrious descent. Not eclipsed by the charm of "jimmy" were those rollick- ing, funloving "lubileers" who sang and talked their way through satire and comedy. "Oh, l say, Mister lncubater, l's gwin to propound a verse Sitten alone in the twilight Weary and ill at ease, The organist counted his pennies While the monkey looked for fleas." Waves of applause thundered on the ears of these men whenever they appeared on programs. As a climax to their sea- son, they joined with the Women's C-lee Club to present that magnificent extravaganza, the operetta, "Mamzell Taps", by Arthur Penn. "SOFT LIGHTS AND SWEET ' MUSIC" ,--,------------- Music throbs with life. The sounds are sentient ................ They make me thrill as if a power should come, Ancl touch, with hands below these fleshly robes, And clasp, as loving spirits do, the spirit. They woo me as a god might, owning heaven. l-laydn. Soft strains of music were heard at the formal orchestra concert, one of the great musical events of the year. For weeks and even months, these musicians labored. The production had to be perfect before it was presented to the audience in the Kephart Auditorium on the evening of March 8. The musicians put their very heart and soul into the pro- gram, not only to gain the approval of their listeners, but to reward their director for the sincere effort and patience that she had shown during the rehearsals. They also had another rea- son. Who wouldn't play his best, when he knew that chicken and waffles awaited him at the end of the program. STOP! LOCK! LISTEN! Trials and tribulations!! Loud blasts! Blue notes! Unbeliev- able harmonic relationships! From where are these sounds com- ing-the Auditorium? the Association Room? 307? 2l3? the Dramatic Club Room? just where these sounds might be coming from no one could tell. Tubas, bass drums, baritones, and even piccolos Iaboriously carried to third tloor only to be returned to the basement floor. But band members must practice so they took it with a smile. The tirst formal appearance before the student body was a great success. The auditorium resounded with the thrilling marches ot the band and the students applauded loud and long, Ball games were given vim and pep as a result of their toots and blasts. The Freshmen were given courage at the Tug ot War. The tirst concert at Keith's Theatre for the Big Y Meeting was enjoyed so much that the Central Band received a second invitation to play. Sad to say, only half ot the band arrived on time, Nevertheless the halt that was there played and the audi- ence seemed to enjoy the music, so that's all that mattered after all. Those were the trials and tribulations. Nevertheless Central students appreciated a pep-giving, heart-thrilling, loyal band. PLAY AND SING ON "I-leard melodies are sweet", so the poet said, and it can truly be said of the String Trio and of the String Quartet that the soft strains of their music have given added pleasure to all occasions on which they appeared. "l-loly, l-loly, l-loly" sang the choir as it slowly marched down the familiar aisle of the Chapel, Every Sunday morning these people have volunteered their services in singing the beautiful hymns that added greatly to the dignity and im- pressiveness ot the college worship service, LEARN TO CROON Uniforms . . . white and black . . . what a sight? Listen to them sing "Chinese Honey- moon" and "Smilin' Thru". Give them a little time and they will sing, "Blow Ye Winds of the Sea". This quar- tet sang at the Democratic rallies in Indianapolis. Could this be a reason for victory? Various churches throughout the state enjoyed their singing. Meet the jubliee Quartet. A fine combination of voices that gave very pleasant interpreta- tions of the songs of the South- land. Did you see and hear them as end men in the min- strel giving it the touch of true southern style? This quar- tet sang its way into several of the social centers of Indi- anapolis. 1 M l , ll SING l-lALLEUJAHl Dignified are they not? See those angelic robes and primly folded arms which suggest an atmosphere in which we can plainly hear celestial voices: lifted in a glorious throbbing an- them, now exultant by surging to the skies, now hushed and whispered, dying almost to silence, its very lite controlled by the magic touch of the director. But look again you will see eyes twinkling with merriment as they enjoy themselves after a long concert at the home ot their director, See them entertaining in high schools with the assistance of a male quartet and a trio from within their own numbers. The most sacred numbers were presented in several churches ot Indianapolis. The Messiah was beautifully portrayed by their celestial voices here in the auditorium and at Southport. Listen! The hand of the director is raised again and sott harmonic tones of a last "Amen" are dying away in the distancel an "Amen" that thrills our hearts to the very depths. a tiif' BOOSTERS AN D THOSE BOOSTED Two members from each class and one member from each organization, who contri- butes directly to the promotion of athletics, wearing white sweaters w i t h greyhounds across the front - who are they? They are the Booster Club. l-laven't you ever been persuaded by them to spend your last nickle for a bar of candy? But it is for a worthy purpose, that of buying sweaters for the "C" Associa- tion which is the honorary athletic society on the campus. Following the initiation of these fellows, you may wonder about the significance of such things as pillows, wry faces and such expressions as "Boy l could hardly drink that milk" or "Brrrr, that water was cold". Only letter men know the true meaning of these things. FRIENDS, ROMANS AND ? ? S. P. Q. R.-"Senatus Popu- lusque Romanus"-Are we in Rome? No, but these Latin Club members have been transplanted there by the study of Roman drama and stage, the classic writers and their works. "The journals of Heredity" which contain all the modern trends in science, furnish ma- terial for the discussions of the Science Club. This society is strictly informal, although they consider it fitting and proper that tea be served at their monthly meetings. lf you had any desire to learn to shoot, you joined the Archery Club, a new orgniza- tion on the campus. You could seldom make a perfect score, but you could shoot for a higher mark. F E E S J? fl X- V 'Suv' t I 'i l. ll l 1 l ll i 1 Future profs .,,. Micll hunters . . . Charge 'em , . , Mail Force. . .Deall . . . Office Force . . . The U! nal triangle . . . "Taylor" , . . Quiet, please . , . E Hall. . .lVler1's Hall . . . Hall . . . No seconds. . , welcome sound . . . "and W. l tatoes' '... Still no secF , . . Washee upee . . . Uhlll spuds . . . Hash slmgers And more hash slingers .ll D.D.'s . . . Free wheeling Torn on the heat, F 1 l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 1 l Que , is :ip-day . . . Blessings on . . . All Aboard . . . 'nies . . . Watson and Wat . . . Forget me knots . . . Saturday . . , Breakfast Coeds . . . Under a Blanket . Three little maids . . . W' thy house . . . Centrals . . . Caught . . . Hart- Js . . . End of bench . . . 'Es chefs . . . Omhart-Ponsler Three musketeers . . . On mark . . . Human pyramids gy Pals . . . Watering stock 5 Pardon us . . . Point your i . . . Residence Hall . . . '1 at the heels . . . Swank fun . . . Prof. Pram. 'W M .X- f Q. e. JQB-g.r-f Graduating Class of I' . . , Beginning of the prof sional to the Comrnencierr Exercises . . . Leola Mae H sen, Summa cum laude of if . . . Last of The procession not least . . . Graduating IN mal Class of 1934. COMMENCEMENT What a solemn occasion! This, then, is the final event of the year. Robed in black gowns, the Seniors marched slowly to the gymnasium where the commencement was held. For the last time, as students, they heard the swelling music of the choir and the lilting strains of the orchestra. Agaln, for the last time they faced the faculty-those instructors who had been their advisers and friends throughout their college life. The class was addressed by L. A. Pittinger, Litt. D. President of Ball State Teachers College. Very soon, it seemed, these young men and women were handed the reward for their intellectual labors. President l. l. Good presented to them the honors and degrees. Leola Hansen was the recipient of the highest of honors, summa cum laude. Nora Probst received the magna cum laude, and the following Seniors graduated cum laude: Samuel Linn Allen, Merele Marie Biggs, Esther Lucille Bower, Dorthy Ellen Cooper, jose- phine Eickman, Lester O. McCuen, A. Glen O'Dell, Francis Bartell Ratliff, Kenneth Murrel Richter, Clarence Emil Wolfe, Grace Auburn Adams, Dar- line C. Clements, and Lois E. McKelfresh. With the realization that their future success is dependent upon them- selves, may we add, "Ye shall reap what ye sow". ln less distinguished attire, but with an equal determination, the two year Normal School Graduates, clothed in gray robes, followed the Seniors in these final exercises. Fifty-nine of these people were launched on their chosen field of endeavor by the address of Dr. Pittinger. They, too, labored for their rewards and to them we can also say, "Ye, too, shall reap what ye sow . HUMOR On the tombstone: Mrs. Kek4Miss Wood, translate. "Rex Here lies the guy who studied his best, fugitf' For days before the bigger test. Miss Wood-"The king flees." He knew no pleasure, shared no game "But the tense is perfect." And died before the finals came. "Oh, yes. The king has flees." 'X' O 'X' -X' O 'I' Said a prof.-"A fool can ask more ques- tions than a wise man can answer,"-No wonder we flunk our exams! 13- O 'K' Many a woman is blamed for making a fool of a man, when he is really self made. -I' O 'I' Did you know? In foriegn countries they teach the children that dawn is the part of the day in which the Americans are coming home. 'I' O 'I' A Few Hints for Chapel Behavior To keep from going to sleep-Hold one foot off the floor. To keep awake-Hold both feet off the floor. To keep warm-Whistle, icauses deep breathing and warmthl. To keep faculty eyes off-Crawl under the seat. To study-For gracious sake, go home. -1- O -X' We heard a Freshman fellow say he knew absolutely nothing about women. What a lot of experience he must have had to find it out. A Hygienic Measure- To avoid trouble and insure safety- Breathe through the nose. lt keeps the mouth shut.-Miss Doup. -X' O -X- Correcting Webster Experience is that which is offered to college grads as salary. Hash is the ghost of a square meal. -lf 0 -I- Tell me not in mournful numbers Oflthe terrible grades l made For the soul is dead who labors And works just for grades Exams are real, exams are earnest, And the grade seems the goal But the grade which returneth ls not told unto a soul. -P O -I- Baily-lon entering restaurantl "Do you serve lobsters here?" Waitor-"Sure, we serve everyone. Sit 'I' O -1' A girl may love you from the bottom of her heart but that only leaves room for an- other guy at the top of it. down." 1' 4nfa Q i s -yi l ii ? f i sp gl . Brother Edgar . . . Oh! athletes . . . Bicycles fo . . . Buddies . . . Class . . . Happy Freshies sale . . . Dust chasers Soph. Beauties . . . One ...Bob and Hazen... pose...O.K.Kay...F mates . . . Tired, Helen- Miss Denis . . . Precious , . . A lone-r . . . Office . Heart breakers . . . Vx! she's "slick' '... What? If ...HowSwanky...F ...Chief cooks . . . L anced . . . An Opal Cabll CENTER The christening . . Queen of the Roses . . ' crowning event. . l l i i i l i . V l l ll 1 i l r FESTIVAL QF THE ROSES On the throne in a beautiful garden of roses, sat the Senior Queen, Darline Clements. Around her were seated her attendants. Beautiful ladies -beautiful costumes-beautiful roses. That was the scene for the Revel of the Roses. The pageant of the world passed in review before l-ler Majesty, de- picting those benefits America had received from them. As they passed, the Queen noticed the Germans with their healthy bodies and keen mindsi the Greeks proud of grace, truth and beautyg l-lolland, with the little Dutch Boy and Girl portraying the great courage of the Netherlands, l-lungary, the land of romance and beauty, represented by the gypsies and the lovely dancer from whom Americans have inherited the spirit of adventure, japan, her girls tripping lightly along accompanied by the fluttering of their fans, and Scotland, Spain and Ireland, those countries are not to be forgotten. But sad to say, Queen Darline could reign no longer. It was time to resign her throne to the new soverign, Othella Dennis. Thus, the Revel came to its climax as the crown of roses representing the symbol of royalty was placed upon the brow of the lovely new queen and she was left in all her glory as the others graciously withdrew. HUMOR Ag Dawson lAt baseball gamel-"Oh, look we have a man on every base." Heath-"That's nothing. So has the other side." 'Z' O 4- . Prof.-"How many great wars in the last hundred years?" Bowen-"Six". Prof.-"Enumerate them." Bowen-"I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6." -2- O -I- Woodf"Did you ever take chloroform?" Vanceq"No. Who teaches it?" 4' O -I- A Pedestrian is a person with a car, a wife, daughter, and two sons. -1- O 'I' Klopp-"Which pine has the longest and sharpest needles?" Hughesi"Porcu". 'I' O -I- The Freshman are like blotters-not that they absorb everything. They get everything backwards. 'X' 0 'I- "Have you ever shaved your mustache?" Doc Davis-"Yes, once." Eva Mae-"Yes, l've only missed it once." 4- 0 'I- Dennis-"Do you know that love has al- ways been the same?" French-"Has it?" Dennis-"l just read an ancient Greek story about a girl who sat up all night lis- tening to a lyre." -P O 4' Stoneburner-"l'm letting you out ten minutes early. Please go out quietly so as not to Wake the other classes." jim Eaton-"I want the life of Caesar." Librarian-"Brutus beat you to it." 'I' O -I- Freshman-"l don't know." Sophomore--"I am not prepared." junior-"I don't remember." Senior-"l don't believe l can add any thing to what has already been said." -1- O 'X' A parasite is a person who goes through a revolving door on another person's push. -1- O 'I' A real friend is one who says mean things to your face instead of to your back. 'I' 0 'P Wells-'il always say what I think." R. Dennis-"I always wondered why you -I' 0 -X- Book agent-"Young man this book will do half of your school work for you." Adams-"Fine, Give me two of them." 'X' O 'I' --"Would you put yourself out were so quiet." lion for me?" Landon-"Sure" Dorton-"Then please shut the door as 4- O 'X' Professor Gilliatt-"While I am gone you will take orders from the Mistress." Servants-"Yes, sir. Same as usual." -1- O 'X' Gilliatt-"I dropped my watch on the floor." Brown-"Did it stop?" Gilliatt-"You didn't think it would go through did you?" you leave." V. li Take Milton Dear tor . . . Street-sweeper Miles of smiles . . . David! jonathan . . . On observau long now . . . We're from M occo . . . The Doctor 'n Bob . . . Quit ticklin Brownie's friend . . . s . . . By George, Connett Japanese jolliff Mrs .... Flour plus ...Dizzy dear, lr. . . . De ll- l l A. 4 1 ' . . . c hill . . . Patty . . . Won't' if 1 . . . Mr. , lv l l Newby . . . Love in Holl . . . Check your oil. l i 1 Barely freshmen . . . What ine. . . Lady Wimpies . . . :k together . . . Senoritas . SweeDer's brigade . . . ap big chief . . . Cook and 't ..., Paging Rupely . . . eet and Lowe . . . One Irene 1 two Lizzies . . . Dorff nt...WOOF...Feet at . . . Sibert is Cross . . . ppy birthday, Harold . . . A Minuet. F l Pad In full Dutch Sweethearts O l you 'Q you Inseparable Thousand tumes NO supporters t enough . . . Skippers . S5 OOO reward . . . Bowen minus one How Iovu . . . Heart throbs . . . Schot days . . . Sweet Sue . . . 1 Wells of jordan . . . Theyf J' harmless mostly . . . Ride rr: ter . Aye, Aye, Sir . . . 'l 1 mule 4- . . . Larry S Sh'l 5, ow . . . Bunches of 1. 3 I Unbreakable . . . Good ole su mer time . . . May the b A man win . . . Are you lister. . . . Champion. ,fn ' r You hansum boys . . . Ping 3ng...Onefortwo...An itimate glimpse . . . Working ard? . . . Good foundation . . Take him away . . . Stair eps . . . Midnite oil is burn- ig. . . Sextet . . . just a take if . . . One at a time please . . Now! and to be.. . Here's ie Bell . . . From Paris . . , fhat-no ham . . . Incorpor- 'ed . . . Fre-shy friends . . . aundry bound . . . Mr. lanitor . . Sweet music . . . When Joh. were Fresh . . . How Doo" you do. 25? S ,..l, i I kts' QW 'If B. A15 L , x HUMOR Bobby Collier applied for a job in a gro- cery store for the summer. The owner wanted to test his judgment, so he said. "My boy, what would you do with a mil- lion dollars?" Oh, I don't know. I wasn't expecting so much. 'I' O 'I' He who sitteth upon a Throne Or in a Presidential Chair Or at a Secretary's Desk Hearing the complaints of the Multitude Hath nothing on him Who sitteth behind the Wheel Of the family car With his wife in the Back seat. -X' O -I- Spencer-"ls this a second hand store?" Keeper-"Yes," Spencer-"C-ood. I want a second hand for my watch." -I' O -I- Haramy-"Have I ever told the class this one before?" "Yes" "Good, you'II probably understand it this time." fl' O 'I' "Whatcha doin' Potter?" "Nothin!"" "And you Shadow, what are you doing?" "I-lelpin' Potter," 'Z' O 'X' Mrs. Wolfe-"Were you annoyed be- cause I sharpened a pencil with your razor?" Mr. Wolfe-"Twice, after I had given up trying to shave I tried to write with the pencil." -!- O -if Patty Shea-"Hasn't that cow a lovely coat." Fellow-"Yes, it's a lersey." Patty--"Oh, I thought it was its skin." 'X' O 'I' When Mary Roberts driving along the road saw a couple of repair men climbing a telephone pole she exclaimed, "Fools, they must think I never drove a car before." R, Lausch-"I don't know when l've seen your eyes so dreamy." Kurtz-"You've never seen them so late before." -1- O 'I' Harden lMusic storel-"Have you 'Kissed Me In The Moon Light?" "Sorry, it must have been the girl at the other counter." 'I' O -!' A man went to see his physician for ad- vice as how to be cured of snoring. ' "Does your snoring disturb your wife?" asked the M.D. "Does it!" he echoed, "Why it disturbs the whole congregation." 'I' O -I' Prof. Stoneburner-"My son, I am a self-made man." Son-"Pop, that's one thing I like about you. You always take the blame for every- thing." -1- O -X- Dean-"What time did you get in last night?" johnson-"A quarter of twelve." Dean-"lt was three o'clock.'-' johnson-"Well, isn't that a quarter of twelve?" -1- O -if johnny Simons-"What will it cost me to have my car fixed?" Garageman--"What's the matter with it?" johnny-"I don't know." Garageman--"Fifty-two dollars and fifty cents." 'I' O fl' Mel Livengood says that there were lust as many careless drivers thirty years ago but the horses had more sense. 'I' 0 -P Roscoe Smith says he is sure that jour- nalists work harder than any other lazy people in the world. -P O -I- Dean-"lt's ten o'cIock. Do you think you can stay here all night?" Busche-"Well, l'll have to call home and tell my room-mate." -I' O -I- Asked what he thought of tl.e two can- didates Prof. Carmony replied that he was thankful only one could get elected. AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS 3 ' fgfw f - ' Wmvdflcx WM,-ffwfw WWMWWW Z?fZ7Mj,fjfL52JLWW ,,4,7,,Wfm4MwM, 'WM ZZZQWWZZAM iw XWQJMAVWM "" WWW? F,J4fd I ' 1 INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY SCHOOL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT 222 EAST OHIO STREET - INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA ,YLQ ,,.r9negwv.eeomeesw-:ne.smv. - 'W N missin-awaldlilllllr Printecl By Thu llvnton RcvI'r'1I' Shop, Fowler, Ind. 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