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1 tliejTfatg VOLUME THREE published by The Class of 1930 of the University of Miami CORAL GABLES FLORIDA ANOTHER form of exchange where Lmutual interests rise to the highest aspects is the exchange of scientific ideas, experience in government, intellectual thought and culture. (J should like to see a more definitely organized effort, not only between cultural institutions '' especially students, teachers, and professional men of my country andyour country but between all our western nations. We all have something vital to contribute to each other. t t President Hoover, to the public at Riodc Janeiro. Brazil, December, 19284 TO WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN fcho conceived the plan for a Pan .American University in Mi ami, but who never lived to see his dreams realizedy this 1929 Ibis, planned in the inmost spirit of Pan-Americanism is dedicated. » • • • • I to Florida’s first Congresswomen whose vision of states craft is wide and deep, to the daughter who served as both regent and professor in the University of her father’s fondest hopes, the student body sends its heartfelt wishes for a successful career. » rThe University oe Miami has felt very strongly that education is the most important factor in bringing the peoples of the Americas into closer relations, each studying the history, the traditions, and the culture of the other, and so coming into a broader understanding of the problems which confront the peoples of the two continents. The plan to make this the Pan American university has been largely determined by reason of its location in the most southeastern part of the United States immediately adjacent to the West Indies and within easy reach of South America. The first step in this plan has been to offer courses in the Latin American Department covering the broad field of history, culture, development. and world position of the American republics with special reference to their relations with the United States. Courses have been added offering intensive training for representatives of American business houses in Latin American countries. The University this year offered fourteen separate courses in Latin American subjects. The faculty in this department has been recruited from Latin American countries. Future plans for the department include the bringing of students from various universities of Latin America to the University of Miami, and also the transfer of some students from Miami to Latin American institutions. The Pan American Union in Washington and Dr. L. S. Rowe. Director General of the Pan American Union, have given very helpful support and co-operation to the University in its Pan American program.“The University oe Miami is performing an important international service in fostering closer relations between the United States and the countries of Latin America. The strategic geographical position occupied by the University, together with the broad statesmanship outlook which has characterized the administration of its educational policy, are guarantees that the University is destined to play an important part in the development of closer cultural ties between the people of the United States and the nations of Latin America. “I have the greatest pleasure in sending to the students of the University a warm word of greeting, combined with the best wishes for the constant and expanding usefulness of the institution.” L. S. Rowe. Director General. Pan American Union.Causes “What makes him great?” They asked. And one said, “Fate”. “What makes him kind ?” They asked. And one said, "Wealth”. “What makes him strong?” They asked. And one said, “Life”. “What makes him pray?” They asked. And no one knew. Carl Starace. tKfje ©mbeisitpftegentg David Fairchild. Chairman E. B. Douglas. Vice-Chairman Richardson Saunders. Secretary James H. Gilman. Treasurer Joseph H. Adams B. F. Ashe Theodore Dickinson George E. Merrick J. C. Penney Frank B. ShuttsEfje Beans Henry S. West Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and of the School of Education A. B.. Ph. D.. Johns Hopkins University John Thom Holdsworth Dean of the School of Business Administration A. B.. New York University: Ph. D.. University of Pennsylvania Bertha M. Foster Dean of the School of Music Graduate of Cincinnati College of Music: pupil of Wolstenholmc Richmond Austin Rasco Dean of the Law School B. S.. Dickson Normal College: A. M.. Arkansas Normal College: LL. B.. John B. Stetson University: LL. B.. Southern Normal University..Jf acuity..Victor Andres Belaunde Professor of Latin American History and Institutions Pb. D.. University of Lima. Peru Robert B. English Professor of Philosophy A. B., M. A.. University of Rochester: Ph. D.. University of Michigan Orton Lowe Professor of English B. S.. Litt. D.. Wayncsburg College; Special Graduate Work at Universities of Yale, Harvard. Wisconsin, Pittsburgh. Oxford, Cambridge. Harry H. Provin Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics Temple University: Pennsylvania Normal School of Physical Education: Springfield College. Otto J. Sieplein Professor of Chemistry B. S.. M. S., Case School of Applied Science; Ph. D.. University of Bonn. Germany John Llewellyn Skinner Professor of Architecture B. A. Sc.. University of Toronto: M. Arch.. Harvard University: Robinson Traveling Fellowship. Harvard University Howard Forman Southgate Professor of Drama A. B.. A. M.. Carnegie Institute of Technology Howard P Buck Associate Professor of Physical Education and Coach of Football B. S.. University of WisconsinAngel Del Rio Associate Professor of Spanish Licenciatura on Filosofia y Lctras. Uni-vcrsidad dc Madrid: Doctorado cn Filosofia y Lctras, Univcrsidad de Madrid Cyrus F. Wicker Associate Professor of International Law A. B.. A. M.. Yale University: LL. B.. New York Law School: B. C. L.. Oxford University: LL. D.. University of San Carlos. Guatemala Georgia May Barrett Assistant Professor of Psychology B. S.. A. M.. Columbia University Ernest E. Brett Assistant Professor of Physical Education B. P. E.. Springfield CollegeOliver Philip Hart Assistant Professor of Physics A. B.. A. M.. Davidson College ♦ Warren B. Longenecker Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing B. S.. M. E. E.. Pennsylvania State College Mary B. Merritt Assistant Professor of English A. B.. Brcnau College: A. M.. Columbia University Jay F. W. Pearson Assistant Professor of Zoology B. S.. M. S.. University of PittsburghWarren W. Zinsmaster Assistant Professor of Accounting B. S.. LL. B.. University of Pittsburgh Kenneth Richard Close Instructor in History A. B.. Hiram College: B. D.. Union Theological Seminary: M. A.. Columbia University Amelia Agostini de Del Rio Instructor in Spanish Graduate. Normal School of University of Porto Rico: A. B.. Vassar College: Fellowship from Vassar College, University of Madrid Elizabeth Erikson Instructor in Physical Education University of Minnesota; Edna Geistcr's Social Recreation Course. New York City: National Recreation School. P. R. A. A.. New York CityFrederick H. Given Instructor in Aeronautics 2.300 Credited Hours of Piloting; Ex-Naval Aviator: Former War Pilot: 7' j Years' Building and Flying Experience. S. S. Hoehl Instructor in Economics A. B.. LL. B.. University of Pittsburgh Thomas McCann Assistant Coach of Football and Coach of Basketball A. B.. University of Illinois Melanie R. Rosborough Instructor in German A. B.. Hunter College: A. M.. Columbia University William E. Strawinski Instructor in English A. B.. Dickinson College Denman Fink Consultant in Architecture School of Fine Arts. Boston Museum Phineas E. Paist Consultant in Architecture Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: Cres-son Traveling Scholarship in Architecture: Ateliers Chifflot and Duquesne. Paris: American Academy in Rome Rufus Steele Coach in Special Article Writing B. S.. Pacific Methodist CollegeRoy Francis Howes Professor of Late A. B.. Clark College: A. M.. 1.eland Stanford. Jr.. University: LL. B.. Cornell University L. D. Covitt Associate Professor of Law A. B., A. M.. Clark University: J. D., Northwestern University R. Earl Curry Instructor in Law LL. B.. Stetson University James J. Marshall Instructor in Law A. B.. LL. B.. University of PittsburghJohn B. Stokes Instructor in Laic United States Circuit Court Commissioner, First Florida Circuit Francis M. Miller Instructor in Late LL. B.. Stetson University E. F. P. Brigham Instructor in Lau.' A. B.. Vanderbilt University: J. D., Yale University: Member State and Federal bars. A. J. Rose Judge of Circuit Court - -C. V. Peters Instructor in Lauf LL. B. University of Chicago: Member of Florida Bar. Hannah Spiro Asher Piano Klindworth Conservatory. Atlanta: pupil of Leopold Godowsky; Master School of the Academy of Music. Vienna May K. Brigel Public School Music Pupil of Beveridge Webster. Pittsburgh Conservatory of Music: Oberlin Conservatory of Music: University of Pittsburgh Julian de Gray Piano A. B.. Columbia University: pupil of Daniel Gregory Mason. Sets Bingham. Lazari Ledy. Jean Hure. Elise Graziani Voice Pupil of Julius Stockhausen. Frl. l.ina Beck. Engelbert Humperdink Walter Grossman 'Cello Graduate of Stern’sche Conservatorium. Berlin: pupil of Joseph Malkin. Anton Hekking. Marx Loevcnson Franklin Harris Piano and Composition Pupil of Carl Faclton. Jedlitzki. Schmidt. Sgambati. Luigi Galli Eda Keary Liddle Violin Pupil of E. N. Bilbic. Bernard Sturm. William H. Oetting, Elizabeth Davison. Fritz GoernerLouise Sterling Shelley Dancing Physical Training School. Indianapolis; pupil of Professor Lanfretti. Walter Man-they. Balm and Roshanara; Metropolitan Opera Ballet School Arnold Volpe Violin Pupil of Leopold Auer. Imperial Conservatory. Leningrad Coulton Skinner Instructor in Architecture B. A. Sc.. University of Toronto Mrs. Wilna Koch Dormitory MotherSbbitioital Jfacultp jtkmbets Chester C. Carson Instructor in Education A. B.. Indiana State Normal College: M. A.. Iowa State University Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coach in Short Storu Writing A. B.. Wellesley College Luella M. Dolan Instructor in Education Graduate. Kindergarten Course. Oberlin College: University of Minnesota E. E. Harvey Instructor in Architecture C. E.. Union College Elizabeth W. Putnam Instructor in Education Chicago Art Institute: Chicago Academy of Fine Arts: St. Paul Art School Eugene E- McCarty Instructor in Education A. B.. Birmingham-Southern College Bennett D. Charron Instructor in Accounting A. B.. Manhattan College « W. S Sterling Organ Pupil of George E. Whitney. Dr. Turpin. Behnkc. William Shakespeare: Conservatory of Lcipsic Sadie Lindenmeyer Told Public School Music Washburn College of Music Olive Beamon Piano. Musicianship Pupil of B. W. Foley. Paul Savage. Mrs. L. L. Meyers. Isadore Luckstone. A. Y. Cornell. Florence Hinkle. Effa Ellis Per-field. Betha ReederI seoiofiF. X. James O'Brien, a. b. East Rochester. N. Y. Pi Chi: Rho Beta Omicron: Delta Phi Inn: Senate. 3: Senior Class. President: Junior Class. President: Editor 1928 Ibis: Monogram Club. President: Football, 2. 3. 4: Basketball. 2: Literature Study Club. Lawrence C. Catha. a. b. Kentwood. I.a. Phi Alpha: Alpha Theta: Justice. Honor Court. 3, 4: Senior Class. Vice-President: Monogram Club: Football. 2. 3. 4: Basketball. 2. 3. 4; Wing and Wig: Inter-Fraternity Council. Mary Louise Wright, a.b. Miami Alpha Delta: Senior Class. Secretary: Junior Class, Sophomore Class. Secretary-Treasurer: Wing and Wig: La Fleur de Lis: H. O. M. C. Leona Matthews, a. b. M iami Stray Greek: Rho Beta Omicron; Senate. 3: Senior Class. Treasurer: Wing and Wig: Literature Study Club. Alice Louise Babin, a. b. Miami Theta Tau: Alpha Theta; University News. 2: Dcr Deutsche Verein: Wing and Wig. Treasurer; Leaders' Club. 2; Glee Club. President. 3: Secretary-Treasurer. 4: Spanish Club. Ruth Ellis Bass. a. b. Coral Gables Elizabeth Conklin, a. b. Miami Theta Tau: Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Paul E. Eckel, a. b. Miami , 1 _ Phi Alpha; University News: Leaders' Club. 1, 2. 3: Glee Club: Y. M. C. A.Helen Ruth English, a. b. Coral Gables Alpha Kappa Alpha: Philosophy Club. Secretary: Y. W. C. A. Secretary: Spanish Club: Der Deutsche Verein. Jean E. Hanache. pre-med. Beirut, Syria Vivian Barbre Mims. a. b. Coral Gables University News Florence M. Muser A iami Sigma Phi: Senator: Sophomore Class. Vice-President: Women's Athletic Editor. 1927 Ibis: Honorary Varsity Basketball. 2: Inter-Fraternity Council: Leaders' Club. 2. Mary Trigg Newman Miami Theta Epsilon: Inter-Fraternity Council: Wing and Wig. Laura C. Newton, a. b. Coral Gables Inter-Fraternity Council: Glee Club: Der Deutsche Verein. Velma Ruth Powers, a. b. Miami Stray Greek: Alpha Theta: Wing and Wig. Vice-President: Literature Study Club: H. O. M. C. Victor Marvin Reuben, a. b. Mt. Vernon. N. Y.George D. Rourke, bus-ad. Chicago, III. Stray Greek. Louise Warren « Perry. Ga. Sigma Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Senator: Glee Club, accompanist. Stray Greek: Wing and Wig. Faye R. Weintraub. a. b. M iami Upsilon Lambda Phi: Secretary. Senate. 3. 4: Organization Editor 1928 Ibis: Inter-Fraternity Council. Secretary: Wing and Wig; Der Deutsche Verein. President: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Sophya Evelyn Wolfe, a. b. Perrineville. N. J. Honor Science Club: Der Deutsche Verein: Spanish Club.clOOIOftAlfred M. Franklin, a. b. Indianapolis. Ind. Phi Alpha: Senator. 2. 3; Junior Class, President: Monogram Club: Football. 2. J: Basketball. 2. 3. (Mt) Priscilla Mae Arnold, a. b. Miami Sigma Phi; Justice. Honor Court: Inter-Fratcrnity Council. 2: President. 3: H. I. M.: Leaders’ Club. Treasurer. 1. (tight) Mary Bright James, a. b. M iami Lambda Phi: Rho Beta Omicron: Justice. Honor Court: Student Council. I : Junior Class. Vice-President: U-Hi Club: Y. V. C. A., Vice-President, 2: Inter-Fraternity Council. (Ml) Kathryn Bostwick. a. b. Coral Gables Lambda Phi: Intcr-Fratcrnity Council. 2: H. I. M.; Leaders’ Club. 1. (tight) Mary Brown Holgath. a. b. Miami Lambda Phi; Junior Class. Secretary: Calendar Editor 1928 Ibis: University News: H. O. M. C.: Inter-Fraternity Council. Vice-President: Wing and Wig: La Fleur de Lis. Secretaire-Trcsoriere: Literature Study Club: Y. W. C. A. (Mt) PEGGY BULL. B. S. Coral Gables Leaders' Club. Vice-President. 1 : Swimming. 1, 2. (right) Ronald Rodger Willey, Salt Lake City. Utah Pi Chi; Delta Phi Inn: Rho Beta Omicron: Student Association. Vice-President: Junior Class. Treasurer: Football. 2: Wresting. 2. 3. (Mt) Mann Gregg Davis, bus. ad. Coconut Grope (tight) RnBA MAH ENGI.HR. A. B. Miami Rho Beta Omicron: Beta Chi: Debating Council: Literature Study Club: Wing and Wig. (Mt) Mary Ann Holt. a. b. M iami Lambda Phi: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. (tight) Louish Helen Gibbons, a. b. Miami Theta Tau (Mt) Francis spencer Houghtaling. a. b. Miami Phi Alpha: Rho Beta Omicron: Student Association Cabinet: Ibis. Business Manager. 1929: Assistant Business Manager. 1927: Assistant Basketball Manager. I: Iron Arrow: U-Hi Club. President: Camera Club: Leaders' Club. I. 2. (tight) George King Glassford. bus. ad. Youngstown, Ohio Pi Chi: Monogram Club: Baseball. Manager, 2: Glee Club. (Mt) Helen Knapp Hutchinson, b. s. Coral Gables Alpha Delta: Student Association. Secretary-Treasurer; Honor Science Club. Secretary-Treasurer: Inter-Fraternity Council: Y. W. C. A.. President. (tight) Mar.jorie Varner, a. b. Miami Senator. 2 (MO Ruth Linder, a. b. Lake Beulah, Wij. Sigma Phi: Calendar Editor 1929 Ibis: Der Deutsche Vcrcin. Vice-President: Leaders’ Club. Secretary. 1: H. I. M.: Honorary Varsity Basketball. 1 ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Inter-Fraternity Council. (tight)Evan T. Lindstrom, b. s. Coral Gables Justice. Honor Court: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2. Captain. 3: Wrestling. 1. 2. 3, Captain. 2; Iron Arrow: Honor Science Club. Vice-President. (Ml) Pearl Louise Millar, a. b. Miami Y. W. C. A.: Lady Louise Archers. I tight) Ruby Elizabeth Mead. a. b. Salem. Ind. Theta Epsilon: Inter-Fraternity Council; Wing and Wig: Leaders' Club. I. (Mi) Austin D. Mills, bus. ad. Little Rock. Ark. Pi Chi: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2. 3: Baseball. 2: Leaders' Club. Vice-President, 1, 2. (tight) Martha Estelle Meggs. a. b. Miami Lambda Phi: Senator; H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A., President. (Mi) Dora Peterson, a. b. Miami Lambda Phi: Feature Editor 1929 Ibis: Wing and Wig. Secretary: H. I. M.; Camera Club: Women's Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. (tight) Gavin Struthers Millar, bus. ad. M iami Justice. Honor Court. 2: Iron Arrow: Philosophy Club. President: Leaders' Club. Vice-President. 1. (Ml) Eileen Genevieve Pharmer. pre law Coral Gables Lambda Phi: Student Association Cabinet: Freshman Class Treasurer: Sophomore Class Secretary: Inter-Fraternity Council. 2: Wing and Wig; H. O. M. C. (tight)  LaVjca Edna Raker, b. s.. pRe-med. Miami University News Staff. 2: Debating Council. Secretary’. I. (Mt) Pauline Eaton Spofpord. a. b. Haverhill. Mass. Lambda Phi: Rho Beta Omicron; Student Association Cabinet. 2. 3; Senator; Ibis. Editor-in-Chief. 1929. Associate Editor. 1927. 1928: University News. Editor-in-Chief. 1.2; Handbook Editor. 1.2; Student Publicity Bureau. Editor. 2; H. O. M. C.: Honorary Basketball. 1; Y. W. C. A.. Secretary. 2. Cabinet. 3. (light) Martin D. rini. b. s. Cleveland. Ohio Pi Chi: Monogram Club; Assistant Manager Football. 2: Manager Basketball. 2: Glee Club; Der Deutsche Verein. (Mi) JACK THOMPSON. A. B. Miami Stray Greek: University News. Editor-in-Chief, 3; Wing and Wig; Literature Study Club: Glee Club. Stage Director. (light) Otto K. Sieplein. b. s. Coral Cables Phi Alpha; Organization Editor 1927 Ibis; University News. Assistant Editor. I : Monogram Club: Assistant Manager Football. 1. 2; Honor Science Club. President. (Mi) June Walker, a. b. Akron. Ohio Stray Greek: Picture Editor 1929 Ibis; Camera Club: Literature Study Club: Glee Club. Vice-President; Y. W. C. A. (light) nandes Naomi Simons, a. b. Homestead Stray Greek: Organization Editor 1929 Ibis: Glee Club. (Ml) Ray Weakley, arch. Miami Phi Alpha; Sophomore Class Vice-President. 2: Circulation Manager 1927 Ibis: University News. 1 : Monogram Club: Football. 1; Cheer Leader. 1. 2. 3; Y. M. C. A. (tight)Marjorie Stewart Welch, a. b. Jackton Height . L. I. Alpha Delta: Senator: Student Association Cabinet. 2: Statistics Editor. 1929 Ibis: Assistant Calendar Editor. 1927: Assistant Feature Editor. 1928: University News. Ediior-in-Chief. 2. 3: H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A.; Inter-Fraternity Council. O'lt) Katherine Younts, a. b. Coral Cables Theta Tau: Inter-Fraternity Council: Glee Club: Women's Athletic Council: Y. W. C. A.. Secretary: Spanish Club. (tight) Philip G. White, b. s. Miami Phi Chi: Rho Beta Omicron: Student Association. President: Athletic Editor 1929 Ibis: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2. 3: Baseball. 2: Leaders' Club. I. 2: U-Hi Club: Dcr Deutsche Vcrcin: Glee Club. Mt) Elea nor e Catherine Zwerner. a. b. Theta Tau: Der Deutsche Vcrein: Glee Club. Accompanist: Y. W. C. A. (tight) Edith Ann Yager, a. b. Ghent Kentucky Stray Greek: Y. W. C. A. (MO Iris Walker, a. b. Indianapolis. Ind. Stray Greek (tight) Austin Ross Younts, a. b. Coral Cables Phi Alpha: Monogram Club: Basketball: Y. M. C. A. (Mt) John McCloy. bus. ad. Su:issvale. Pa. Stray Greek. (tight)gfotritional Jbmora Leonard W. Brown, bus. ad. Miami Camera Club. Floyd Warren Chaille, bus. ad. M iami Football. 1. 2. Jack Paul Kanalz, f.d. Milwaukee, Wis. David Kaplan, a. b. Hollywood Assistant Conservatory Fditor I 27 Ibis: University Symphony Orchestra. 1, 2: Leaders’ Club. 1. 2. Stuart Henry Chapin, b. a. Greene, N. Y. Robert Wilbur Lowe. b. s. • Miami Edward Howard Cohen, a. b. Miami Phi Epsilon Pi: Wing and Wig. Morris H. Crain, a. b. Indianapolis. Ind. Stray Greek. Martha Logan Field, a. b. Miami Stray Greek: Der Deutsche Vetein. Walter Edward Fitzpatrick, a. b. Miami Baseball. 2: Monogram Club: Spanish Club. Harry Cecil gray. bus. ad. Coral Gables Pi Chi: Senator. 2: Editor 1927 Ibis: Iron Arrow; Literature Study Club: Leaders’ Club. Treasurer, 1. Hazel Manning Heinrich, b. s. Miami Theta Epsilon: Inter-Fraternity Council. 2: Der Deutsche Verein. MAE E. Irwin, a. b. Miami Herman Myer Lyons, bus. ad. Miami Beach Pi Chi; Monogram Club: Football. I, 2. 3: Baseball. 2. Elizabeth Mott. a. b. Miami Stray Greek. Louise Ramsey, a. b. Miami Spanish Club: La Fleur de Lis. Hazel F. Siddons. a. b. Coral Gables Theta Epsilon. Walter A. Svehi.a. a. b. Miami Phi Alpha: Circulation Manager 192b Ibis: Melody Boys: Glee Club. Max J. Winer, b. s. M iami Assistant Business Manager 1928 Ibis; University News. Circulation Manager. 1 : Business Manager. 2. 3; Leaders' Club. 1.2: Glee Club. I. Y. W. C. A.3n iWemortam John Northrup Castle Clans of 19SOsooEOfflOfieFrancis Hauser, a. b.. Nttrtah. v,«. Phi Alpha; Sophomore Class. President: Monogram Club; Football, I. 2; Wrestling. 1; Glee Club. Virginia C. Griffn. a. b.. Miami Alpha Delta. Sophomore Class. Secretary; University News. Assistant Editor. 1 : French Club. Roy n. UNDER, BUS.-AD.. Lake Beulah. Wit. Phi Alpha: Sophomore Class. Treasurer: Assistant Business Manager 1929 Ibis: Basketball. Assistant Manager. I. Manager. 2; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.. Secretary. Lucy Bush Allin. b. s. in ed.. Coral Gables Theta Tau: Glee Club. President: Y. W. C. A. Mildred Lucille Avery, b. s. in ed.. Miami Sigma Phi: Assistant Calendar Fditor 1929 Ibis: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. Betty F. Bailey, a. b.. Coral Gables Sigma Phi: Freshman Class Treasurer: H. I. M. Mildred Virginia Barry, a. b.. Coral Gablet Women's Athletic Council. Vice-President: Y. W. C. A.: Spanish Club. Howard Hart Baxter, arch.. Coral Gables Pi [Delta Sigma: Debating Council; Y. M. C. A. Helen ELIZABETH BlSZ. A. B.. Miami Theta Tau: Art Editor 1929 Ibis: University News: Women's Athletic Council. President: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Leonard Andrew Bisz. b. s.. Miami Sigma Kappa: Senator: Honor Science Club: Der Deutsche Verein. Dorothy BOSTWICK. A. B.. Coral Cables Lambda Phi: H. I. M-: Swimming. 1: Y. W. C. A. Chari.es Boarman Cleveland, pre law Miami Phi Alpha: Boxing. 1: Gift Club. Katherine E. Bright, a. b.. New Haiti more, Michigan Sigma Phi: H. O. M. C. Gilbert Ernest Bromaghim. a. b.. Miami Sigma Kappa: H. E. R.: Inter-Fraternity Council: Honor Science Club. Louis Sous Cohen, bus. ad.. New York. N. Y. Phi Epsilon Pi: Glee Club. • Eugene Cohn, pre law. AW York. N. Y. Phi Epsilon Pi: Circulation Manager 1929 Ibis: Baseball. 1: Glee Club. President; Inter-Fraternity Council. ON AS W. Brooks. BUS. AD.. Indianapolis, Ind. Carmen Ercelle Christian, pre law Miami University News: Debating Council: Women's Athletic Council: Y. W. C. A. Faith Latimer Cornelison. a. b.. South Miami Zcta Phi: Wing and Wig: Glee Club: Women's Athletic Council: Spanish Club. JACK Daly. A. B.. New York. N. Y. Phi Epsilon Pi.SHIRLEY DlX. B. S.. Corat Cables Sigma Kappa: Wrestling. Robert Downes, a. b.. Bradford, Mass. Stray Greek: Monogram Club: Football Clara Nelle DuPujs. a. b.. Miami Lambda Phi: H. I. M. Mabel A. EllFs, a. b.. Miami Glee Club: Women’s Athletic Council: Y. W. C. A. Adele Alexandra Ferguson, a. b.. Washington. D. C. Alpha Delta: University News: Y. W. C. A. Albert Barnes Franklin, a. b.. Coral Gables Rho Beta Omicron: Assistant Conservatory Editor 1929 Ibis; Debating Council: Glee Club: H. E. R.: University Band: Literature Study Club: Der Deutsche Vcrcin. George Clinton Gamble, arch.. Miami Assistant Picture Editor 1929 Ibis; Glee Club: Archery Club, treasurer: Architectural Club; Y. M. C. A.. Secretary. John Carrington Gramling. pre law Miami Phi Alpha; Glee Club. Irving Elmer Greenfield, bus. ad.. Miami Phi Epsilon Pi: Cheerleader. Virginia Grubb, a. b.. Miami Lambda Phi pledge: Fraternity Editor 1929 Ibis: H. O. M. C.: La Fleur do Lis. Vice-President; Y. W. C. A.. Vice-President.  Walter James Haring, b. s.. arch. Coral Gables Phi Alpha: Y. M. C. A.. President. Grant D. Harris, a. b.. Coral Gables Phi Alpha: Senator. I. 2: Varsity Football Manager: Inter-Fraternity Council. Josephine M. Hill. a. b.. Miami Alpha Delta: Women's Athletic Council: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Klea Elizabeth Houghtaling. bus. ad.. Miami l ady Louise Archers: Wing and Wig: U-Hi Club; Camera Club: Women’s Athletic Council. Gertrude Myrtle huebsch, a. b.. Chicago. III. Upsilon Lambda Phi: Assistant Statistics Editor 1929 Ibis: University News. Assistant Editor. I. News Editor. 2: Der Deutsche Vcrcin. Secretary-Treasurer: Inter-Fraternity Council: Student Publicity Bureau. Assistant Editor; Y. W. C. A. Hayes s. wood, b. s. in ed.. Miami Assistant Athletic Editor 1929 Ibis: University News: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2: Spanish Club. ROLLO E. KARKEET. PRE-LAW, Miami H. E. R. Mary Aiberta Losh. a. b.. Long Island. N. Y. Debating Council: La Fleur dc Lis. Bibliothc-cairc: Y. W. C. A. Esther Lowe. A. b.. Coconut Grove Stray Greek: La Fleur do Lis: Wing and Wig: H. h M. Francis Louise MacCallman. a. b. Coral Gables Zeta Phi: Assistant Feature Editor 1929 Ibis; Lady Louise Archers: Alpha Theta; Wing and Wig: Y. W. C. A.Ruth Maule. ED., Miami Beach Lambda Phi pledge: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. John A. McLHLAND. PRE-LAW. Miami Ramona s. McMahon, a. d.. Miami Alpha Delta: La Fleur de Lis: Spanish Club. See reiary-T reasu re r. Helen Dorothy Meyer, a. b.. Miami Theta Tau: Glee Club: Inter-Fraternity Council: Y. W. C. A. Rlizabeth Lee Morris, a. b. Georgiana. Ala. Sigma Phi: H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A. Louis K. Nicholas, bus. ad.. Miami Stray Greek. Edward James Parson, a. b.. Miami Shores Wright w. Peabody, pre-law. Coral Gables Phi Chi: Football. Catharine Luckett Pile. a. b.. Miami Lambda Phi pledge: University News: La Fleur de Lis: H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A. Richard Shields Pomeroy, a. b.. Ridley Park. Pa. Pi Chi: Senator. I: Ibis. Picture Editor. I. Assistant Editor. 2: University News. I: Inter-Fraternity Council.Mary Reebel. pre-law Miami Dora ROSENHOUSE. A. B.. Miami Wing and Wig.. President CORA G. SlEPLEIN, A. B.. Coral Gables Zeta Phi; Lady Louise Archers; Women's Athletic Council. Secretary-Treasurer; Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Esther Lee Silver, a. b., Miami Glee Club. Lloyd H. SOLIE. bus. ad.. Appleton. Wit. Pi Chi: Senator: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2; Basketball. Howard w. Spaulding, bus. ad.. Coral Gables Gamma Delta. CARI A. STARACE, A. B.. Coral Gables Sigma Kappa: H. E. R.: Glee Club; Inter-Fratcrnity Council. Otis B. SUTTON, bus. ad.. M iami Phi Chi: Monogram Club; Football. 1. 2: Wrestling. Gertrude Thompson, a. b.. Miami Lambda Phi: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. Thomas Edward Turner, pre-law Coral Gables Phi Alpha: Manager Baseball.Marion Jean Wallace, a. b.. Coral Gables Alpha Delta: Rho Beta Omicron; Freshman Class Secretary: University News: H. O. M. C.: U-Hi Club. William E. Walsh, pre law Miami Beach Gamma Delta: Inter-Fraternity Council. Raymond Gaylord Williams, eng. Coral Gables Pi Chi. Myron Lawrence Williams, eng., Miami Sigma Kappa. Franklin Reed Williams, eng.. Coral Gables Pi Chi: Monogram Club: Football Eleanor Mary Norton, a. b.. Coral Gables Alpha Kappa Alpha: Y. W. C. A.: La Fleur dc Lis. Helen Ann selecman. music. Miami Sigma Phi LUELLA Simons. MUSIC. Homestead Assistant Organizations Editor 1929 Ibis: Der Deutsche Vcrcin: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Aaron Farr. a. b.. Miami Phi Epsilon Pi: Glee Club Director. Lillian Choquette. music. Miami Theta Tau gfobittonal j% opf)omores LESTER P. BAILEY. BUS. AD.. Coral Cablet Phi Alpha: Basketball. Carson Bradford, bus. ad.. Miami Beach Stray Greek: Football. 2: U-Hi Club Albert Henry Caesar, bus. ad.. Miami Beach Stray Greek. Dan J. Conroy, b. s.. Miami Richard F. Cotton, pre-law. Miami Stray Greek. Billy f Eavenson. b. s.. Miami Charles loyai English, b. s.. Coral Cable-. Phi Chi: Basketball: Glee Club. John henry Hampton, bus. ad.. Coral Gables. MARGARET C. HELSER. a. B.. Coral Gables Sigma Phi: H. I. M.: Women's Athletic Council. Dan Hill. bus. AD.. Coral Cables Pi Chi: Basketball: Glee Club. Cyrus Augustus Jordan, eng.. Miami Alexander John I.aing. arch.. Miami IRVING LaUTON. bus. ad.. Coral Gables Glee Club. Arthur George Marx, pre law. Coral Cables Wrestling: Der Deutsche Verein: Glee Club: Y. M. C. A. J. HAROLD MATTESON. A. B.. Pittsburgh. Pa. Glee Club. ALEXANDER McKlM. BUS. AD.. Miami Gamma Delta: Rho Beta Omicron: Inter- Fraternity Council: Wing and Wig. Robert Edwards McNicoll. a. b., Hollyu.food Spanish Club. President. John J. OlTZlNGER. ENG.. Milwaukee. Wit. Harold I.eon Oram, pre law New Rochelle. N. Y. Football. 1. 2: Wing and Wig: Literature Study Club. Richard D. Rhoads, bus. ad.. Miami SAM SEITLIN. PRE LAW. Miami University News. Advertising Manager. I. 2: Wrestling: Glee Club. NBUPERT WEILBACHER. B. S.. Miami Wrestling. lma ftlater Word, by WILLIAM S. LAMPE Utuit by CHRISTINE ASDURIAN Southern suns and sky-blue water Smile upon you. Alma Mater; Mistress of this fruitful land. With all knowledge at your hand. Always just, to honor true. All our love we pledge to you. Alma Mater, stand forever. On Biscaync’s wond rous shore. pfiesEmHQ Trank Adolph Peterson, bus. ad.. Coral Gables Freshman Class President: U-Hi Club. Hugh J. Kavney. bus. ad.. Miami Sigma Kappa: Freshman Class Vice-President. Beatrice Landis smith, a. b.. Coral Gables Lambda Phi pledge: Freshman Class. Secretary-Treasurer: U-Hi Club. Secretary-Treasurer: H. O. M. C.: Camera Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Y. W. C. A. Harrietts Jean bash. a. b., Miami Lambda Phi pledge: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. Carl Henry Blohm. arch.. Miami Pi Delta Sigma: Camera Club. JANE BOSTWICK. A. B.. Coral Gables Lambda Phi pledge: H. I. M, Estelle Bretschneider. bus. ad.. Exeter. N. H. Lambda Phi pledge: H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A.: Assistant Fraternity Editor 1929 Ibis. Sylvan Leroy Brunner, eng., Langeloth. Penn. Phi Alpha. William N. Bucknam. pre-law l.anqcloth. Penn. Phi Alpha. Cleo C. Bullard, b. s.. Miami ' eta Phi: C.lcc Club: Y. W. C. A. Patricia Vivian Burc iart. bus. ad.. H. I. M.: Wing and Wig. Rhendal Butler, bus. ad.. Miami Pi Chi; U-Hi Club. Jerome Barnard Cohn. bus. ad.. New York. N. Y. Phi Fpsilon Pi. Elizabeth Kirkland Courtney, a. b.. Coral Gables H. I. M. Dorothy D. Davis, b. s.. Zeta Phi.Esther Deane, education. Miami Theta Tau; Glee Club rozeli.a Elizabeth Dillard, a. b.. Miami Alpha Kappa Alpha: Y. V. C. A. William Gleichmann. bus. ad.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Marion Ramona Grubb, a. b.. Miami Zeta Phi; Glee Club Librarian. John Evans, bus. ad.. Media. Pa. Monogram Club: Basketball. Whitlock Fennell, b. s.. Miami Zeta Phi; Glee Club. Andrew Ferendino. arch.. Miami Phi Delta Sigma. WALKER Field. BUS. ad.. Miami Bobbye S. Furr. A. B.. Miami Theta Epsilon. Y. W. C. A. Stephen Anderson Gerrard. bus. ad.. Coral Cables Phi Alpha: Assistant Apprentice Manager Football: Assistant Apprentice Manager Basketball. Louis F. Hansen. A. B.. Fon Du Lac. Wis. Monogram Club: Football; Basketball. Jewell a. harden, arch.. Miami Glee Club. Helen Gladys Yunes. b. s.. Miami Beach University News; Wing and Wig: Y. W. C. A. Ralph Armand Hauser, bus. ad. Neenah. Wit. Weston a. Heinrich, a. b.. Miami University News.Thomas Hamilton Hogshead, pre-med.. Staunton. Va. Phi Alpha: Senator. Hartwell Hopkins Hunter, bus. ad.. Media. Penn. SARA ADA 1SENBERG. B. S.. Miami Athletic Council: Glee Club. Delos Bradley Jones, arch.. Miami Ruth Estelle Kaplan, a. b.. Miami Upsilon Lambda Phi: Der Deutsche Verein: Wing and Wig: Y. W. C. A. Mary Patricia Kennedy, a. b.. Buffalo. N. Y. Sunshine Kennedy, a. b.. Buffalo. N. Y. Theta Tau. Stanford G. Kimbrough, a. b.. Chickasaw. Ala. Pi Chi. WALTER S. MACKAUF. PRE-LAW. Coral Cables Phi Epsilon Pi: University News. MARGARET ELISF. MARQUA, A. B.. Coral Gables Theta Epsilon: Wing and Wig: Glee Club. Rosemary Marqua. A. B.. Coral Cables Theta Epsilon: University News: Wing and Wig: La Fleur de Lis. Clara Lucile Maxwell, b. s.. Miami Alpha Kappa Alpha: Senator; Glee Club. MARY MARTHA MEI.L. A. B.. St. Lima. Ohio Alpha Delta: H. O. M. C.: Y. W. C. A.: Glee Club. Eleanor Hoagland Miller, a. b., E!i2abethville. Pa. Zeta Phi: Athletic Council: Y. W. C. A. Robert Bruce Minear. bus. ad.. Coral Cables U-Hi Club.Joseph Roy Murray, pre-law, Elmhurst. III. Wing and Wig. ROBERT NATIONS. A. B., Miami Beach George okell. pre law. Miami Tennis John Bernard Pauls, arch.. Miami Pi Chi: Der Deutsche Verein: Glee Club. Katheryn Gertrude Pennington, pre-med Miami Theta F.psilon: Glee Club: V. W. C. A. INEZ E. PLUMMER. A. b.. Miami Beach Alpha Kappa Alpha: Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Wayne L. Remley. arch.. Miami Pi Delta Sigma: Camera Club: Glee Club. Mildred Anne Rice. a. b„ Miami Sigma Phi pledge: H. O. M. C.; Y. W. C A.; Glee Club. Edmund Dunham Wright, a. b.. Miami_ Sigma Kappa: Assistant Art Editor 1929 Ibis. George Sargent, pre-med.. Miami Sigma Kappa Prank Vincent Siler, phys. ed.. Chicago. III. Pi Chi; Senator; Glee Club. Fred Bernard Snite. pre law. Elmhurst. III. Eleanor J. Spopeord. a. b.. Miami Lambda Phi pledge: Athletic Council: H. 0. M. C.: Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Silver Squarcia. pre law. Miami Sigma Kappa. Adaline R. Sullivan, a. b., Miami Alpha Delta; H. O. M. C.Fay Swisher, b. s.. Miami Advertising Manager 1929 Ibis: Glee Club; Apprentice Manager. Baseball. Mary Cecilia Syme. bus. ad.. Miami Beach Bernie Herbert Tison. eng.. Miami William Charles Ude. bus. ad.. East Haven. Conn. ALIDA LORING Van Ness, A. B.. Miami Beach Alpha Kappa Alpha: University News: Athletic Council: Y. W. C. A. Frederick Clark Victory, b. $.. West Haven. Conn. Janice Lee watts, bus. ad.. Miami Theta Tau: University News: Athletic Council: Wing and Wig: Glee Club. Charles F. Wilkinson, a. b.. Lebanon. Tenn. Phi Alpha: Athletic Editor 1929 Ibis: University News: Football: Basketball: La Fleur dc Lis. Dorothy Mae Wright, a. b.. Miami Alpha Delta: H. O. M. C. Jane Wallace Wood. a. b.. Coral Gables Lambda Phi pledge: University News: U-Hi Club: H. I. M.: Y. W. C. A. Carlota Sarah Wright, b. s.. Santiago de Cuba Victor Leon Wright, b. s.. Miami I.UI.AH CODINGTON. MUSIC. Coral Gables Sigma Phi: Sigma Alpha lota: H. O. M. C. Monroe Kaplan, pre law. New York Phi Epsilon Pi Edward Purcell, b. s.. Coral Gables Pi Chi pledge: Tennis.Allyne sain Chattanooga. Tenn. Helen Riley Indianapolis.. Ind. Sigma Phi. Hbbtttonal Jfresfjnten Moses Albert, pre-law. Miami Phi Epsilon Pi: Glee Club. Harold Walter Albright, bus. ad.. New York CLIFFORD JACK GRBTHEN, BUS. AD.. Hialeah. Fla. Pi Della Sigma: Dcr Deutsche Verein. Angela Rose Hahn. a. d.. Cleveland. Ohio Carl Mathews Apuzzo. arch.. Miami Assistant Art Editor 1929 Ibis. William R. Aufort. bus. ad. Stephen B. Harris, a. b.. HushneiivilU. N. Y. Henry Paul Haberly. bus. ad.. Fort Wayne. Ind. Mary Lorraine Becker, a. b.. Miami Francis Leonard Jacob, bus. ad.. Miami Earl Rodgers Billings, bus. ad.. Coral Gables Walter Clarence Jones, bus. ad.. Sale City, Ga. Cemmie Byington Carson, b. s. Sigma Phi pledge. John Watson Charles, a. b.. Miami ANNELISE H. CROCKETT. a. B.. Miami Donald H. Grant, bus. ad.. Youngstown. Ohio Bertha Lewis, a. b.. Miami James Robert Macbeth, a. b.. Miami CHARLES S. MARX. a. B.. Coral Gables La Fleur dc Lis. Raymond Earl McCann, a. b.. Richmond, Va.Ubtritional jfregfjmen Naomi i.eona Mikesell. bus. ad.. Miami H. o. M. C.: Glee Club. Eleanor F. MOOL. A. B.. Coral Cables Wing and Wig. William w. motley, arch.. Miami Pi Delta Sigma. David S. O’Kelly. Jr., bus. ad.. Miami Frank John Parizek. bus. ad.. I.a Grange. III. Walter Wallace Sackett. a. b. Walcrbury. Conn. Der Deutsche Vcrcin: La Fleur dc Lis. MARION SACKLER. B. S.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Charles Winter, a. b.. Miami Bernard Gray Saunders, b. s.. Miami University News: Honor Science Club. Dorothy Mae Scott, a. b.. Miami CONRAD M, SEAGRAVES. PRE-LAW. Vero Beach Joseph J. Shandrl pre-dent., Branchdale. Pa. Gwbnyth May Thompson, a. b.. Miami University News: Y. W. C. A. Frank Fleeming Torian. pre law. Miami hunter Clark Walker, bus. ad.. Erie. Pa. Malvina Weiss, a. b.. Miami Beach Marjorie Wilson, a. b.. MiamiEOTHenry Carr Miami Stray Greek; Junior Class, President: Judge Whitfield Club; Senator: Student Council. 3. Arthur P. Coe New York Judge Whitfield Club. Julian G. Eaton Coconut Grove Delta Phi Inn: Law School, President. James B. Flaherty Miami Delta Phi Inn: Debating Council.Nicholas Hodsdon Miami Judge Whitfield Club: Chief Justice, 3. 4; Honor Court: Law School. President: Iron Arrow. Frank Alan Johnson Chicago Delta Phi Inn Maxwell Victor Miller Miami Beach Stray Greek: Wing and Wig. Clarence W. Nelson Miami Judge Whitfield Club: Senate. 3: Debating Team. 4.James George Payne Miami Beach Judge Whilfield Club. Carleton Carl Reiser Coral Cables Delta Phi Inn. Miles Ventress M iami Judge Whitfield Club Earl P. Wyman H omestead Stray Greek: Delta Phi Inn.Franklin Erwin Albert Miami Shores Delta Phi Inn; Justice. Honor Court. 2; Monogram Club: Football, 2; Basketball Manager. I: Wrestling. 2: Debating Council; Y. M. C. A. (MO Theodore J. Bleier Appleton, Wis. Pi Chi: Delta Phi Inn: Monogram Club: Football. I. 2. 3: Basketball. 2; Inter-Fraternity Council. President. (right) Roger Ashman Appleton. Wis. Pi Chi; Judge Whitfield Club; Monogram Club. Vice-President. 3. 4: Football. 4. 5: Basketball Captain. 3. 4: Intra-mural Council. Vice-President. 4. (hit) N. Clifton Larsen M iami Gamma Delta: Delta Phi Inn: Football. I. 2: Baseball. 2: Wrestling. 2; Glee Club: Inter-Fraternity Council. tight) John L. Baxter Miami Delta Phi Inn: Senator. (Mt) Johnsie Glenn Cameron Miami Zcta Phi. (light) Henry Behrens Princeton Judge Whitfield Club. (MO Clifford Courtney Appleton. Wis. Pi Chi; Delta Phi Inn: Justice. Honor Court: Law School. Vice-President: Monogram Club: Football. 1. 2. 3: Basketball. 2. 3. (light)Dixie Louise Herlong Miami Zcta Phi: Beta Chi: Senator: Glee Club; Law School Secretary. (Ml) Louis M. Jepeway Miami Judge Whitfield Club: Justice. Honor Court. 2: University News. Assistant Editor. 1. Circulation Manager. 3: Debating Council. President: Camera Club: Glee Club. Manager. ( right) Jesse Hoffman Miami Stray Greek. (Mi) Marion Vincent Mercurio Miami Judge Whitfield Club: Monogram Chib: Baseball. 2: Swimming. I. 2. 3. (light) Charles J. Holland Miami Stray Greek: Judge Whitfield Club. (Ml) Franklin Parson Pittsburgh. Pa. Stray Greek. (tight) Marjorie Grace Howard Miami Zcta Phi; Beta Chi: Rho Beta Omicron: Prosecuting Attorney. Student Association: Senator. 3: Law School. Secretary-Treasurer. 2. 3; Assistant Athletic Editor 1929 Ibis: Honorary Varsity Basketball. 2: Women's Athletic Council: Intcr- Eraternity Council: H. O. M. C.: Leader's Club. 2: Associate Circulation Manager 1929 Ibis. (MO Clarence A. Ross Hialeah Phi Epsilon Pi: Judge Whitfield Club; Prosecuting Attorney. Student Association. 3; Business Manager 1928 Ibis; Inter-Fraternity Council. (right) IDaniel Harrison Spofford Miami Delta Phi Inn William Homer Walker Miami Stray Greek: Delta Phi Inn: Monogram Club: Baseball. 2. Ira Nelson Coral Gables Louise Falligant Coral Gables Sisma Phi; Beta cron; Student A,3,: Rh° Bcu Ch«cr Leader 2 I 1 ®0 Cab‘n«. 3; Secretary.Treasurer.' 2.' ‘ ' Cabinet. Student Council.gfotnttonal jHembers; Earl M. Baum Coconut Grove Judge Whitfield Club Patrick Cannon Miami Pi Chi; Delta Phi Inn Frank A. Chase Miami Phillips Huntington Clarke Hyattsville. Md. Judge Whitfield Club John F. Healy Coral Gables Delta Phi Inn William Kimbrough Hollywood Pi Chi; Judge Whitfield Club: Student Association Cabinet; Monogram Club; Football 1. 2. 3. Captain 1: Baseball 2. Harry Neham Miami Leaders' Club. 1. 2 Celestine Nixon California Beta Chi Porter Douard Norris St. Louis. Mo. Pi Chi; Judge Whitfield Club; Senate, 2; Treasurer. Freshman class: President. Sophomore class: Athletic Editor. 1928 Ibis: Sports Editor University News 2, 3; Football I; Basketball 1. Annie Rasco Coral Gables Beta Chi David Lazaar Rosenhouse Miami Stray Greek Lorrain Gould Smith Miami Beach Delta Phi Inn Robert S. Stanton Coral Gables Pi Chi: Delta Phi Inn: Justice. Honor Court: Vice-President. Law School. 3: Monogram Club: Football. 2. 3; Basketball. 2. 3: Student Council. President. 2. • Harry Owen Traylor M iami Delta Phi Inn; University Band Leader Mary Vann Miami Zeta Phi: Senate, 2; • Statistics Editor. 1928 Ibis: Women's Inter-Fraternity Council 2. 3. President 2: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 2: Organization Editor University News, 1. Webster Graham Wallace Miami Fred H. Wignall Pauls Valley. Okla. Pi Chi; Monogram Club: Football 3. 4 Albert Middleton Willets M iami Delta Phi Inn Ronald Rodger Willey Coral Gables Pi Chi: Delta Phi Inn; Rho Beta Omi-cron; Treasurer, Junior class: Football. 2: Wrestling. 2. 3. Elmer L. Zapf M iami Judge Whitfield ClubCOOSefltlHGOflY Joe Gordon Tarpley Fair burn. Ga. Senator: Conservatory Editor, 1929 Ibis: University Symphony Orchestra. Evelyn Mae Plagman Miami Alpha Delta: Glee Club Norman T. Kennedy Cincinnati. O. Iron Arrow: University Symphony Orchestra. Margaret Julia Ring Miami Theta Tau: Senator: La Fleur dc Lis: Y. W. C. A. Lillianne Croquette Miami Theta Tau Gertrude H. Robinson Coral Gables Louise Warren Perry. Ga. Sigma Phi: Sigma Alpha Iota: Senator: Glee Club. Accompanist.Artiste’ £no The University Artists’ Trio, from a cultural standpoint one of the highest attainments of the University organization, is composed of Arnold Volpe. violin; Hannah Spiro Asher, piano, and Walter Grossman, 'cello. Arnold Volpe. who will act as guest conductor of several European symphony orchestras during his tour of Europe this summer, was presented with an Auburn car by the music lovers of Miami at the close of his ’28-’29 series of appearances as conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Hannah Spiro Asher, a former pupil of Leopold Godowsky. comes to the University with a wealth of experience, both in instruction and in recital work, in Austria and Germany—in particular as a member of the faculty of the Silesian Conservatory of Breslau, Germany. Walter Grossman, graduate of the Stern’sche Conservatory of Berlin, has been prominent as a faculty member of the same conservatory. All are faculty members of the University of Miami. pmpfjonp (0rdjestra THE IMPORTANCE of music as a cultural element in the growth and progress of any civic community cannot be too greatly stressed. Since the symphony orchestra is the highest development of musical expression, any city boasting of a good symphony led by an internationally known conductor can justly feel confident that its growth is in the right direction. The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arnold Volpe, has insured for Miami and South Florida recognition as a center of musical activity and importance. Composed largely of University musicians, the orchestra is supplemented by members of the local musical federation.d rrijestra First Violins Jane French, Concert master Donna Watson Estelle Cromer Charlene Stearns William Adler Robert Kistler Gladys Edwards Margaret Mulligan Albert Foster Marian Harry Taylor Carl Carlson Gene Lee Joseph Rynning Joe Lamacchia Second Violins Marian Creager Janet Starr Raymond Carlson Anna King Elizabeth Erickson Nadine O’Haver Virginia Leckner Marie Giannone Betty Shippey Luella Simons Lawrence Berger Harold Lucas Violas George Lowinger Albert Wilson Ted Kennedy W. G. Untermoehler ’Cellos Walter Grossman Francisque Lardon Harry Rose Mack Davis William Hunter Charles Levin personnel Piano Joe Tarpley Basses O. W. Calkins Arthur Nelson Larry Ganyard Ralph Wood Flutes Louis Nett Arthur French Oboe John Misch Clarinets Walter Shaeffer Carl Burket Bassoons Royce Chalmers O. S. Baker French Horns Robert Kehm Francis Velardi G. Zazzera C. C. Holler Trumpets Arthur Carlson Harry Armstrong Marian Picciolo Chester Brownagle Trombones DeWitt Nelson J. E. Hailey Joe Crews Tuba Larry Ganyard Percussion J. M. Elliott F. C. Burk Dale Clark Frank Rose Arthur Thomson fje Consierbatorp C. Wholly aside from such excellent work as is being done by the Symphony Orchestra and the University Artists' Trio, the Music Conservatory is one that compares to great advantage with any other in the country. The Conservatory. which is eight years old. having been organized as a separate unit in 1921. offers courses in voice, violin, cello, ear training and sight reading, piano, organ, orchestra, musicianship, curythmics, accompanying, composition, conducting, ensemble playing and harmony for all grades of students. C, Among the work that is being done by the mmebers of this school of the University, special attention is due to the colorful and pretentious composition work of one of the students. Miss Florence Fritch. One of her numbers. "Finula Was My Princess”, written for a chorus of fifty voices, with accompaniment by an ensemble of piano, violin, flute and 'cello, was received with great enthusiasm when presented by the Aeolian Chorus. C, The Aeolian Chorus is also a conservatory unit. It is made up of fifty women’s voices and is directed by Miss Bertha Foster. Dean of the School of Music. The work done by this organization includes giving three courses a year, the receipts of which arc given over to scholarships in the School of Music. «L The students of the Music School hold recitals each week at which they play for the students and faculty of the Music School in the auditorium of the University, while the advanced students, studying under Mr. De Gray, have formed a student club in which they play classical and modern work as well as compositions of their own. «L T he organ courses at the University include not only courses in moving-picture work, but in every phase of the field. The University has installed a new pipe organ for the students in these courses, which arc taught by Professor Sterling. «L Practical experience is gained by the students in ensemble playing under Mr. Walter Grossman, a former instructor in the Stern'che Conservatory of Berlin. These pupils form ensemble groups of 'cello, violin and piano, and play recital work. Some of these groups go in for practical professional work as well, one of those that have been successful along this line being composed of Miss Eugenia Holmdale. soprano; Miss Louise MacCallman. piano; and Robert Kistlcr. violin. A similar group, composed of six advanced students under Mme. Graziani. have given several programs during the school year. C. The Conservatory contains not only classes for music students of University age and advancement, but also classes for those who are preparing for more advanced work. These classes form what is known as the Preparatory School of the Conservatory, and will move into their new headquarters next year on Biscayne boulevard in conjunction with the Civic Theatre of Miami. C The Preparatory School maintains branches in Riverside and Coconut Grove as well as in the University building... rgam?attcin£(..itonor Court Nicholas Hodsdon Marjorie Howard Louis Jepeway Chief Justice Prosecuting Attorney Clerk Justices Priscilla Arnold Lawrence Catha Clifford Courtney Mary Bright James Evan Lindstrom Robert Stanton tubent Senate Philip G. White Ronald Willey Faye Weintraub President Vice-President Secretary Senior Dale Kidwcll Florence Muser Faye Weintraub Junior Alfred Franklin Pauline Spofford Marjorie Welch Sophomore Leonard Bisz Grant Harris Lloyd Solie Freshman Thomas Hogshead Lucile Maxwell Frank Siler Law School John Baxter Henry Carr Dixie Herlong Music School Eugenia Holmdale Margaret Ring Louise Warren1929 3f is Pauline Eaton Spofford Ediior-in-Chief FRANCIS SPENCF.R HougHTALING Business Manager William E. Strayvinski John Thom Holdsyvorth June Walker Clinton Gamble Richard S. Pomeroy Philip White Charles Wilkinson Hayes Wood Marjorie Howard Virginia Grubb Estelle Bretschneider Marjorie Welch Gertrude Huebsch Editorial Advisor Business Advisor Picture Editor Picture Assistant Assistant Editor Athletics Editor Assistant Athletics Athletics Assistant Athletics Assistant Fraternity Editor Fraternity Assistant Statistics Editor Statistics Assistant1929 M Fay Swisher Advertising Manager Dora Peterson Feature Editor Louise MacCallman Feature Assistant Joe Tarpley Conservatory Editor Albert Franklin Assistant Conservatory Helen Bisz Art Editor Ed Wright Art Assistant Nandes Simons Organisation Editor Luella Simons Organization Assistant Gene Cohn Circulation Manager Wright Peabody Assistant Advertising Roy E. Linder Assistant Manager Mildred Avery Calendar Assistant Ruth Linder Calendar Editor Carl Apuzzo Art AssistantJack Thompson Marjorie Welch Gertrude Huebsch Mary Holgate Mary 13. Merritt UntoerSttp J etos Editor-in-Chief Editor-in-Chief News Editor Society Editor Faculty Advisor Walter S. Mackauf Porter Norris Carmen Christian Helen Hutchinson Charles Wilkinson Exchange Editor Sports Editor Copy Editor Senator Sports Editor Business Staff Max Winer Sam Seitlin Louis Jepeway Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Reporters Helen Bisz Paul Eckel Weston Heinrich Rosemary Marqua Vivian Mims Catharine Pile Bernard Saunders Gwyneth Thompson Alida Van Ness Janice Watts Jane Wood Helen Yunesdebating torn The University of Miami has completed its second year of intercollegiate debating. The debaters took part in four contests. one with Rollins, one with Southern, and two with the University of Florida. The Debate Council was headed by Kenneth R. Close as coach. Louis Jcpeway as chairman, and Rcba Engler as secretary. Affirmative Team : Louis Jcpeway Guy Mitchell Marjorie Howard Malvina Weiss, alternate Negative Team : Reba Engler Clarence Nelson Miles Ventress Thomas Hogshead, alternate Jilen’s lee Club Officers Eugene Cohn Aaron Farr Jack Thompson Louis Jepeway Sam Seitlin Moses Albert Charles Brooks Louis Cohen Paul Eckel Charles English George Glassford Carrington Gramling Dan Hill Dale Kidwell Charles Kirkwood A. J. Laing Clifton Larsen Irving Lauton Roy Linder President Director Stage Director Manager Manager Arthur Marx Guy Mitchell Bernard Pahls Martin Rini Frank Siler Fay Swisher Peter White  trlsi’ 1tt Club Lucy Allin June walker Alice Babin Ramona Grubb ELEANORE ZWERNER Louise Warren Bertha F. Foster Virginia Bootes Clco Bullard Faith Comelison Elizabeth Conklin Mabel Ellis Mary Whitlock Fennell Jewel Harden Dixie Hcrlong Josephine Hill Eugenia Holmdale Sarah Iscnbcrg Margaret Marqua Lucile Maxwell Mary Martha Mell President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Librarian Accompanist Accompanist Director Dorothy Meyer Naomi Mikesell Laura Newton Katheryn Pennington Evelyn Plagman Anne Rice Allyne Sain Rose Shane Cora Sicplcin Luclla Simons Nandcs Simons Eleanor SpofFord Janice Watts Katherine Yountsg. jfl. c. Walter Haring Roy Linder Edward Baxter Clinton Gamble W. B. Longenecker President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Advisor Franklin Albert Paul Eckel Walker Field Arthur Marx Robert Minear Charles Wilkinson Myron Williams Austin Younts i. m c a. Estelle Meggs President Helen Hutchinson President Virginia Grubb Vice-President Katherine Younts Secretary Helen English T reasurer CABINET Pauline Spofford Finance Ruth Linder Membership Lucy Allin Program Dora Peterson Publicity Faye Wfintraub Service Faith Cornelison Social Mary James Big Sister DISCUSSION GROUP LEADERS Mary Holgate Literature Alice Babin After College, What?Ber Beutsrfje erem Honorary German Club Faye WEINTRAUB President Ruth Linder Vice-President Gertrude HUEBSCH Sec’y-Treasurer ALICE Babin Program Chairman Melanie Rosborough Faculty Adviser Leonard Bisz Helen English Martha Logan Field Albert Franklin Clifford Grethen Hazel Heinrich Eugenia Holmdale Ruth Kaplan Arthur Marx Laura Newton Sophya Wolfe Bernard Pahls Martin Rini Walter Sackett Luella Simons Philip White Eleanore ZwernerHa Jfleur be Ht£ La Societe Francaise Mary McCann Virginia Grubb Mary Holgatc Alberta Losh Presidente Vice-Presidente Secretaire- T resori ere Bibliothecaire Dr. Robert B. English Counseiller Esther Lowe Rosemary Marqua Charles Marx Romona McMahon Eleanor Norton Catharine Pile Louise Ramsey Margaret Ring Dora Rosen house Walter Sackctt Helen Ann Selecman Charles Wilkinson Mary Louise Wrighti pantef) Club Robert McNicoll President Ramona McMahon Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Angel Del Rio Faculty Advisor Alice Babin Mildred Barry Faith Cornelison Helen English Katherine Walter Fitzpatrick Louise Ramsey Sophya Wolfe Hayes Wood Yountspernor Science Club Otto K. Sieplein President Evan T. Lindstrom Vice-President Helen Hutchinson Sec'y-Treasurer Honorary Members Dr. O. J. Sieplein O. P. Hart Jay F. W. Pearson Members Leonard Bisz Sophya Wolfe Gilbert Bromaghim Bernard Saunders£$mg anb dramatic Club Dora Roscnhousc Velma Ruth Powers Dora Peterson Alice Babin Alexander McKim Howard Southgate President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Business Manager Faculty Advisor Patricia Burghart Lawrence Catha Edward Cohen Faith Cornelison Reba Engler Mary Holgate Eugenia Holmdale Klea Houghtaling Diana Hull Esther Lowe Louise MacCallman Margaret Marqua Rosemary Marqua Leona Matthews Ruby Mead Maxwell Miller Eleanor Mool Joe Murray Mary Trigg Newman Harold Oram Eileen Pharmer Allyne Sain Kellogg Sprague Jack Thompson Janice Watts Faye Weintraub Mary Louise Wright Helen Yunes’Pfjitosop P Club Gavin S. Millar President ROSE SHAYNE Vice-President HELEN English Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Robert B. English Advisor Priscilla Arnold Theodore Bleier Paul Eckel Rcba Engler Charles English Walter Fitzpatrick Louise Gibbons Mary Ann Holt Mary James Vivian Mims George Okcll Marian Smith Carl Starace Marjorie Varner June Walker Marion Wallace Hayes Wood Katherine Younts 3. JR Priscilla Arnold Mary Anne Holt Dora Peterson Mildred Avery Betty Bailey Harriette Bash Dorothy Bostwick Kathryn Bostwick Jane Bostwick Patricia Burghart Agnes McCully President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Elizabeth Courtney Clara Nell DuPuis Margaret Helser Ruth Linder Esther Lowe Ruth Maule Helen Ann Selecman Jane Wood . v J0. iW. C. Velma Ruth Powers President PAULINE Spofford Vice-President Mary Holgate Secretary Marjorie Welch Treasurer Estelle Bretschneider Elizabeth Bright Lulah Codington Virginia Grubb Estelle Meggs Mary Martha Mell Elizabeth Morris Naomi Mikescll Catharine Pile Anne Rice Adaline Sullivan Beatrice Smith Eleanor Spofford Marion Wallace Mary Louise Wright Dorothy Wright=C2 ...M A«. UONru. « «. v 4 ■ «.«■ - v , » • .-T - -• W'-r» j» — r • c t : “ v i ■ 3 2. £ • » »- f T "To • «. v « • v,». If V U «. r « ft X — tt • C • • M IJ j t. • a b f ». • . r 4 • r w t »r . i a c c - u » » f A -• o V • • m J »t1 m 7» » 'FQHoeftQioiesjfflen’s Sitter fraternity Council Theodore Bleier President Lawrence Catha Vice-President Gilbert Bro.MAGHIM Secretary-Treasurer Members Gamma Delta William Walsh Clifton Larsen Pi Delta Sigma Carl Blohm Edward Baxter Phi Alpha Lawrence Catha Grant Harris Pi Chi Theodore Bleier Richard Pomeroy Pm Epsilon Pi Eugene Cohn Clarence Ross Sigma Kappa Gilbert Bromaghim Carl Starace Stray Greek Robert DownesRoman’s! Sntcrjfraternitp Council Priscilla Arnold President Mary Holgate Vice-President Faye WEINTRAUB Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Kappa Alpha Lucile Maxwell Inez Plummer Members Sigma Phi Priscilla Arnold Ruth Linder Alpha Delta Helen Hutchinson Marjorie Welch Lambda Phi Mary Holgate Mary James Theta Tau Dorothy Meyer Katherine Younts Upsii.on Lambda Phi Gertrude Huebsch Faye Weintraub Zeta Phi Marjorie Howard Cora SiepleinQtfjeta Qtau Founded 1927 Sponsored by ALPHA Xl DELTA ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION SORORES IN UNIVERS1TATE Alice Babin Louise Gibbons Lucy Allin Lilliannc Choqueite Esther Dean Class of 1929 Class of 1930 Margaret Ring Class of 1931 Dorothy Meyer Class of 1932 Marjorie Wilson Elizabeth Conklin Eleanore Zwerner Helen Bisz Sunshine Kennedy Janice WattsHeta pfjt Founded 1927 Petitioned CHI OMEGA SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Johnsic Cameron Class of 1929 Marjorie Howard Class of 1930 Dixie Herlong Class of 1931 Louise MacCallman Faith Cornelison Cora Sieplein Cleo Bullard Mary Vann Class of 1932 Dorothy Davis Whitlock Fennell Ramona Grubb Eleanor Miller Hamttoa $f)t Founded 1927 Sponsored by KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 19)0 Kathryn Bostwick Mary Anne Holt Mary Holgate Mary James Class of 19)1 Estelle Meggs Dora Peterson Eileen Pharmer Pauline Spofford Frances Bolton Dorothy Bostwick Pledges Clara Nellc DuPuis Gertrude Thompson Harriette Bash Jane Bostwick Estelle Bretschneider Virginia Grubb Ruth Maule Agnes McCully Catharine Pile Beatrice Smith Eleanor Spofford Jane Wood lpfja Belta Founded 1927 Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae Association SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 Mary Louise Wright Class of 1930 Marjorie Welch Class of 1931 Virginia Griffin Josephine Hill Class of 1932 Adele Ferguson Mary Martha Mell Dorothy Wright Helen Hutchinson Ramona McMahon Marion Wallace Evelyn Plagman Adaline Sullivanis tgma $fn Founded 1927 Sponsored by DELTA GAMMA ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 Florence Muser Class of 1930 Priscilla Arnold Ruth Linder Class of 1931 Louise Falligant Mildred Avery Elizabeth Morris Betty Bailey Helen Ann Selecman Betty Bright Class of 1932 Louise Warren Lulah Codington Pledges Anne Rice Byington Carson Anne Rice Elizabeth Stembleris trai Greeks Officers Robert Downes President Leona Matthews Vice-President Velma Ruth Powers Secretary-Treasurer Carson Bradford Albert Caesar Henry Carr Dale Clark Richard Cotton Maurice Crain Robert Downes Martha Logan Field Charles Holland Esther Lowe Leona Matthews John McCloy Maxwell Miller Elizabeth Mott Sigma Nu Pi Kappa Phi Kappa Alpha Delta Tau Delta Sigma Nu Delta Tau Della Theta Delta Chi Kappa Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Kappa Alpha Theta Phi Mu Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Sigma Delta Alpha Xi Delta Louise Nicholas Phi Delta Theta Franklin Parsons Sigma Alpha Epsilon Velma Ruth Powers Kappa Alpha Theta Charles Riley Phi Gamma Delta David Rosenhouse Kappa Nu George Rourke Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Kappa Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Gamma Delta Nandes Simons Marion Smith Kellogg Sprague Jack Thompson Iris Walker June Walker William Walker Edith Ann Yager Delta Tau Delta Delta Gamma Theta Pi Delta Kappa Sigma Alpha Xi AlphaUpsiilon Hambba pfjt Founded 1926 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 Faye Weintraub Class of 1931 Gertrude Hucbsch Ruth Kaplan Class of 1932 Rose Shane tgma Eappa Founded 1928 Fratres in Universitate Class of 1932 Hugh Kavney George Sargent Edmund Wright Silver Squarcia(gamma Belta Founded 1928 Petitioning Phi Delta Theta Fratres IN Universitate Class of 1930 Matthew McKim William Walsh Class of 1931 Clifton Larsen Howard Spaulding Alexander McKim$t m Founded 1926 Petitioning SlGMA Nu Fratrhs in Universitate Class of 1929 Roger Ashman Robert Stanton F. X. James O'Brien Class of 19)0 Theodore Bleier Dale Kidwell Patrick Cannon William Kimbrough Clifford Courtney Herman Lyons George Glassford Austin Mills Harry Gray Martin Rini Otis Sutton Ronald Willey Phillip White Class of 1931 Charles English Dan Hill Wright Peabody Lloyd Solie Richard Pomeroy Reed Williams Gaylord Williams Class of 1932 Rhendal Butler Frank Siler Stanford Kimbrough Bernard Pahls Pledges Edward Purcell tgma appa Founded 1928 Fratres in Universitate Class of 1931 Gilbert Bromaghint Leonard Bisz Myron Williams Carl Starace Shirley DixMi aipfja Founded 1926 Petitioning SlGMA ALPHA EPSILON Fratres IN Univbrsitate Lawrence Catha Alfred Franklin Francis Houghtaling Ray Weakley Lester Bailey Charles Cleveland Carrington Gramling Walter Haring Fee Brunner William Bucknam Class op 1929 Class of 1930 Class op 1931 Thomas Turner Class of 1932 Charles Wilkinson Paul Eckel Walter Svehla Otto Sicplein Austin Younts Grant Harris Francis Hauser Roy Linder Maurice Rector Thomas Hogshead Stephen Gerrard$f)t Cpstlon $t Fratrfs in Universitatf Victor Reuben Class of 1929 Clarence Ross Edward Cohen Class of 19)0 Irving Greenfield Louis S. Cohen Class of 19)1 Eugene Cohn Jack Daly Aaron Farr Jerome B. Cohn Class of 19)2 Monroe J. Kaplan Walter MacK.auf  fjo $5eta ©micron Founded 1927 Officers Ruth Bryan Owen Louise Falligant Albert Franklin Marion Wallace Pauline Spofford Reba Engler Honorary President President Vice-President Secretary Appointment Secretary T reasurer Members Mrs. William Jennings Bryan. Honorary Member Rufus Steele. Honorary Member Marjorie Howard Francis Houghtaling Mary James Leona Matthews Alexander McKim F. X. James O'Brien Ronald Willey Peter WhiteZCfjc iftelobp IB ops The Melody Boys, a singing trio organized last June, have in a few months become nationally known by their work on the radio and stage. They were staff artists of station WQAM of Miami for six months, and at present are members of the staff of station WIOD at Miami Beach. The latter is a member of the National Broadcasting Company’s network. During the winter season they have been the feature act at Flamingo Park at Miami Beach. This summer the Melody Boys are going North on stage and radio engagements and for trials for Vitaphone and phonograph recordings. The personnel consists of Bob Stanton, the Silver Voice Tenor, who has gained a wide reputation for his solo work; Walt Svehla, the Crooning Blues Singer and master of the ukulele and guitar, and Aye Farr, the Piano Wizard, who carries the tenor harmony in the trio.fttbge fjitftelb Club Founded 1926 Petitioning PHI ALPHA DELTA Officers Honorary Members Justice James B. Whitfield Judge Paul D. Barnes Professor Roy. Hawfield Dean Richmond A. Rascoc Members Clarence Nelson Arthur Coe Nicholas Hodsdon Justice Associate Justice Recorder and Exchequer Roger Ashman Henry Behrens Philip Clark Earl Baum Henry Carr Louis Jepeway Marion Mercurio J. George Payne E. J. Van Delinder Charles Holland William Kimbrough Porter Norris Clarence Ross Miles Ventress Elmer ZapfBelta pfji inn Founded, 1927 Petitioning PHI DELTA PHI Officers John Baxter President Pat Cannon Vice-President John Healy Secretary-Treasurer Frater in Facultate Roy Francis Howes Fratres in Universitate Franklin Albert Theodore Bleier Roy Carver Clifford Courtney Julian Eaton Alfred Franklin Frank Johnson Dale Kidwell Clifton Larsen Thomas McCann Matthew McKim F. X. James O’Brien Carleton C. Reiser Lorrain Smith Daniel Spofford James Flaherty Robert Stanton Harry Traylor William Walker Albert Willets Ronald Willey E. F. Wyman Franklin ParsonsJWu mi epsilon Founded. Metropolitan College of Music, I90J $31jt Ipfja Chapter Established 1926 OFFICERS Louise Sterling Shelley Constance Dooly Martha Swain Kathryn Michelsen Charlene Stearns Olive Beamon May Brigel Florence Fritsch Myrtle Ashworth Patricia Crardon President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Sec’y T reasurer Chorister Chaplain Warden Historian Alumna Officer Members Grace Cushman Celeste Moon Marie Fields Edith Stewart3ufcge fjttftelb Club THE JUDGE WHITFIELD CLUB, which had its beginning in 1926, has the honor of being the first legal fraternity on the campus. Its name was taken from that of one of Florida's leading barristers, a stellar luminary in the state’s legal constellation. Through the three years of its existence the organization has kept its ever-growing membership on the high plane set by its charter members, maintaining a reputation of dignity and aplomb. Such is the Judge Whitfield Club—an organization of which the University may well be proud. lpfja 2£appa glplja SORORES IN UNIVERS1TATE Class of 1929 Helen English Class of 19)0 LeVica Raker Class of 1931 Eleanor Norton Class of 1932 Rozella Dillard Inez Plummer Lucile Maxwell Alida Van Nessisugma lpfm iota Honorary Musical Founded at the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 190S. ♦ g tgma Cljt Chapter Established November, 1926 Honorary Members Mana-Zucca Frances Sebel Members Ruby Showers Baker Marian Beaumont Eleanor Clark Lulah Codington Gladys Edwards Jane French Amy Glassford Marguerite Gibson Leila Hall Eugenia Holmdale Beatrice Hunt Madeline Irwin Dorothy James Laura Knight Eda Keary Liddle Alice de Noon Lucille Pierce Vivian Russell Ruth Sanborn Ruth Sides Frances Tarboux Louise Warren Alice Paulk Watson Edythc Dann West..Alettes.."A " Club Instorp of tf)leticsi From THF. very inception of the University athletics have taken an important part in its life. With our matchless climate it was indeed fitting that this should be true. In three brief years of its existence the University has been represented by teams which would have been crditable to much larger and longer established institutions. Athletic history began with an unbeaten freshman football team, and a great basketball team which lost only one game. In the following years the football team played varsity teams, and in the face of great odds made a good record. The second year gave us a basketball team which reached the top in winning the state championship, and a great team succeeded it this year. Last year a baseball team was organized, and. though it played no collegiate opposition, it made a very good record. This year’s team has so far maintained a clean slate by winning all its games. The intramural sports program has progressed amazingly, and practically all students, both men and women, participate in some form of athletics. Competition in tennis, golf, swimming and kindred sports is fostered by the Intramural Association. Wc are indeed fortunate in being able to enjoy the all-year program which is available to every student.jfoottmllHarry E. Provin Direr tor of At hie tin Football Squad TOP ROW (left to right): Siler. Williams. Mcrcurio, Wignall, Bleier, Lyons, Catha, Kavcny. Okell, Ashman. Solie. Sutton. Reuben. O'Brien. Hansen. MIDDLE ROW: Harris. Manager: Buck. Coach: Mills. Courtney. Lindstrom. Kimbrough. W., Oram. Pasquerello. McCann. Assistant Coach: Brett. Frosh Coach. BOTTOM ROW: Houser. F.. Kimbrough. P., Wright. Fernandino. Franklin. Butler. Wilkinson. Houser. R.JfootbaU Besume In REVIEWING the season of 1928 we find it was. on the whole, very successful, considering the class of teams played and the loss of our best men due to injuries. The season seemed very encouraging when sixty-five men. a goodly number of whom had been of service on last year's varsity and several new men who were making their first try for the team, appeared on the gridiron for early season practice. The team played one of the hardest schedules with some of the strongest teams in the S. I. A. A., and showed a marked improvement over the year before. Injuries weakened the team considerably, but never did the fighting spirit of the Hurricanes falter on account of these misfortunes. Rather, they fought the harder to overcome the difficulties. This fact was evident from the dose score in our four victories and fpur defeats, and in our tying the runner-up for the S. I. A. A. title. However, it is not for us to boast of our victories nor to mourn over our defeats of the past, but to take a lesson from our experiences, to sec that men who have athletic ambitions are told about our good intentions to repeat our victories and erase the stains of defeat, and are made to feel that we want them as well as need them to help carry out our plans. As to the coming season, the prospects are quite bright. We regret the loss of a few faithful men; nevertheless, the nucleus of a good team is still with us, and the coaches have a wealth of experienced material with which to begin. We all hope to see our defeats of the past year changed to 3 list of victories at the end of the 1929 season. moffii£ • Cub” Buck Coach CAPTAIN LlNDSTROM Guard "Rod” Ashman End Coach Cub Buck came to us from Wisconsin, where he was selected by the late Walter Camp as a member of the all-American football eleven for two consecutive years. He has been with us since he coached the first Hurricane team, and it is through his untiring efforts that we have won the respect of the many opponents we have met on the gridiron. He has stood firmly with us through both victory and defeat. Coach Tom McCann is a product of Zuppe at Illinois. He came to coach our backfield and carried out his purpose successfully. His determination and pep inspires the same characteristics in his men. “LlNDY” has been on the team three years. He plays a great game at guard and is feared by all opponents. He is one of the “Three Musketeers'' in the center of the line. He won such a place in the hearts of his teammates by his never-dying spirit that he was elected captain for the 1928-1929 esason. “BILL" was the captain of the first Hurricane eleven, and ever since has shown the same fight that a leader should possess. He is the second of the Musketeers and makes the center of the line a tough place for opponents. “OZZIE” was an end that stopped nearly all opponents' plays that came his way. During his three years on the Hurricane eleven he has been a great worry to all his opponents. “CLIFF” is another three-year man. For two years he played a great game at quarter, but to our sorrow he received an injury in early season practice which kept him out of most of the games this year. Only two or three times did he have the opportunity to give the fans a view of his thrilling runs. £ "Tommy” McCann Assistant Coach Bill” Kimbrough Center "Cliff” Courtney Quarter• Big Boy” Catha Tackle ••Red” Franklin Halfback "Auty” Mills Halfback "Big Boy” was ever on the alert and ready for every play. His big figure added much weight and power to the line when he was at tackle position. When the ball was in the opponents' hands, Larry made its stay as brief as possible. "FRANNY” played center, guard and tackle, and did justice to all three positions. He was continually breaking through into the opponents' backfield and making the tackles. "Red" was a fast, aggressive halfback. He made numerous end runs that gave the fans plenty of thrills. On the defense he proved a veritable demon. "HAL" was probably the shiftiest man on the team. Sometimes it seemed as if he were never going to stop running. When Coach Buck was in need of a quarterback. Oram filled the position very capably. “AUTY” was a fast halfback. Always twisting and turning to baffle the tack-lers. In some of the games he proved that he had the ability to punt well. Despite the fact that he seemed to get the toughest breaks in the game. “Auty's” gains were tremendous. “FRITZ" played as hard a game as any m3n on the squad. To hurt him was to make him play harder. He never knew what it meant to quit fighting. Wignall never played to the gallery, but could always be depended upon for a gain. ■ Fran” Houser Center "Hal" Oram Quarter "Fritz” Wignall Fullback-Ted” Bleier Fullback "Ted” crashed through the line for gains when we were nearing the goal. Probably his best line plunging was in the Rollins game, when he was making from five to fifteen yards each down. "Obie" was changed from end to quarter this year. In this position he played a good game, especially against Havana and Rollins. He also picked up much yardage when it was needed. 'Babe'’ Solie Guard The third of the Musketeers more than holds his own against any opponent. He adds much strength to the guard position. but his chief claim to glory was his touchdown against Southern. OUR champion swimmer this year showed us that the water is not the only place in which he can excel. "Mick" showed lots of fight, and will probably be an outstanding figure in football next season. "Humpty Dumpty” Hansen Halfback HANSEN was handicapped with a broken ankle for a long time, but when he did get in the game he surely made up for lost time. He was one of the best blockers and hardest tacklers on the team. Sutton surely was a fighter. He always let the opposing line know he was facing them. He was a great part of this year's eleven. ■Jimmy" O Brien Quarter "Micky” Mercurio End rk "Sunny” Sutton Tackle"Crash' Siler Tackle "Jerry" Kavney Tackle MARBLEHEAD WILKINSON Halfback “The Kid” from Chicago let everyone know he was in the game. He played well in the line, although this was his first year out of the backfield. .Just one glance at his husky build was enough for opposing players. “TOBY” was right there when a pass was tossed to him. He was aggressive and knew just when to reach up and grab that pigskin. “JERRY” played every position on the team except quarterback. He did good work everywhere the coach played him. and we are waiting to see him "get going” next year. "SNIP” developed more this year than any other man on the squad. He is going to hold a backfield berth next year if he keeps the old fight he showed this year. HERE'S "Marblehead”. "One-eyed Connelly”. or whatever his nickname may be. He gets a new one every so often. He is just a freshman this year and will be of service to the Hurricanes before he graduates. PlM is Bill's little brother, but he isn't content to bask in his brother's glory. Neither does he seem so little when you sec him "tucking” those passes under his arm and breaking up plays. "Tobey" Lyons End "Snip" williams End "Pim" Kimbrough EndCoach Brett deserves a lot more credit for the time and effort he spent whipping the freshmen into football players, only to lose them as they were able to make the varsity. He has one great asset: his personality, which turns all his players into admirers, inspiring cooperation in the most rebellious.Basketball Squad tefeetball £s cbetmle Miami Opponent Miami Opponent Rollins 34 15 Turner 43 23 Havana 22 26 T urner 36 17 Ponce de Leon 11 12 Southern 36 29 Miami Beach 66 18 Jay Cecs 25 24 Stetson 35 13 Agoga 63 33 Agoga 49 19 Jay Cecs 23 28 Rollins 34 13 Redland 42 11 Southern 15 39 City Hall 28 20 Stetson 13 20 T urner 27 36 Church League All Stars 68 23 Coach Tom McCann Catha COACH McCann showed in short order that football was not his only forte. He took the material given him. much of which he inherited from last year's varsity, and made of it a smoothly performing machine that covered the floor with devastating effect on all opponents. To quote one of his men. "He knows all the tricks." "Rod" has been an outstanding forward for the past three years. His speed and good eye for the basket has put us on the big end of the score many times. He has also been captain of the varsity basketball team for three consecutive years. "BlG Boy" has been on the team three years and has been very useful at center. He sure can make goals from beneath the basket. "AUSTY" was very fast and had a sly way of sneaking behind his guard for many "pot" shots. Ashman Younts Hansen “Humpty Dumpty” is short and heavy, but this is no hindrance to his playing guard. He is a good floor guard, and also added many points to his credit. "Babe" played a good game at guard. He could always give the opposing forward plenty of trouble. He has two more years to play. Sol ie“Red” is from Indiana, so you know he likes basketball. That red head was “bobbing" all over the court when he was at the guard position. “MICKEY" was a fighting little forward and put up a great battle in every game he played. FRANKLIN “TED" was found to be more valuable at forward than guard, so this explains the change. He made some spectacular shots this season. When football was over “Wilky" was found on the basketball court. He just can't stay out of sports. He worked hard at the guard position all season. Mekcurio Bi.eier Wilkinson "Red” Evans “Red” is a freshman this year. Though he didn't have much competition, he made a wonderful showing. He will be an important part of next year’s varsity.iffltnor imports Girls' Sports Baseball Track IVrest ling Boxing Tennis Golf'MJAKff Baseball squad Paseball gkfjetmle Bankers Miami 9 Opponent 2 Riverside Baptists 4 2 Cleaners 10 7 Bankers 5 4 Riverside Baptists 0 3 Hefty Press 10 1 Miami Clubs 8 1Women's Athletic Council intramural pieties The UNIVERSITY OF Miami realized when it was organized that athletics should be presented to the students in such a way that each one could take part in any sport that suited him. Intercollegiate athletics could not offer this to every one. so intramural athletics was organized and has very successfully served its purpose. This year a program greater than ever before was offered and carried out very enthusiastically by the students. Nearly every student took part in some form of intramural sports. The different classes and fraternities had teams entered in each phase of competition. There was always a close finish between the organization teams for the intramural championship in all the sports offered. Trophies were given to all winners, both the organization and the individual. The touch football championship was played off in the stadium just before the annual Thanksgiving game. Basketball created much interest among the students who did not try for varsity teams. Intramural baseball was always a hot battle to get the .championship trophy. Handball, wrestling, boxing, tennis, golf and track all brought many students into friendly competition and healthful exercise. The strong organizations entering teams were the four classes, the Phi Alpha. Pi Chi. Gamma Delta. Sigma Kappa. Phi Epsilon Pi. These teams were always in friendly rivalry with one another. Varsity men are not eligible for any intramural team of the same sport.basket ball intramural faults HandBall—Singles. Won by M. Mercurio Hand Ball—Doubles. Won by P. Eckel HAND Ball—Doubles. Won by W. Svehla Wrestling—125-pound class. Won by M. Rini WRESTLING—1 35-pound class. Won by R. Willey Wrestling—145-pound class. Won by C. Wilkinson Wrestling—158-pound class. Won by D. Conroy Wrestling—175-pound class. Won by M. Kaplan WRESTLING—Heavy-weight. Won by F. Swisher BOXING—1 25-pound class. Won by C. Cleveland BOXING—1 35-pound class. Won by R. Willey Boxing—145-pound class. Won by H. Oram Boxing—160-pound class. Won by F. Hauser Boxing—175-pound class. Won by F. Siler Boxing—Heavy-weight. Won by L. Catha Tennis—Singles. Won by F. Wignall Tennis—Doubles. Won by Hansen and McLeland Golf. Won by E. Purcell TRACK—100-yard dash. Won by C. Wilkinson TRACK—880-yard run. Won by C. Sargeant Track—High jump. Won by Ed Wright TRACK—Broad jump. Won by Peabody and Wilkinson Track—Pentathalon. Won by L. Cathajf-e-g-c-it-E-e “Jfacc Values” If you would learn just who is who And what and how in our own U. Examine then these pages set To be your guide lest you forget. And if perchance you disagree. Maintaining that some choice is vile. The ballot, as you know, was free: Election days recall — and SMILE!3ftt bex of Jface Values Best All-Round Hatfjrpn Posttotcfe = Pjiltp W )Ht ♦ ♦ Most Beautiful Bora eterston ♦ ♦ Best Looking ob gtefjman ♦ ♦ “Cutest” Jane Itosttotcfe - eb JfranfeltnStation Bong Cap anb 6 ohm (Reprinted from The Christian Seience Monitor) when the students of the University of Miami trooped into the auditorium for regular Tuesday assembly on a bright morning in May they found themselves crowding around the wings of a huge Mohawk-red biplane to get down the aisles. ‘‘The millennium”! a lanky freshman exclaimed. “Industry crashes in on education! Where, tell me, is the hole in the roof?” “That gay bird was hatched in these incubating halls,” a junior admonished. “He advised that several universities teach aviation, but that ours alone includes plane construction in the course. Hunt no hole in the roof through which it crashed in, ignorant one.” “How about hunting the hole where it’s going to crash out of here?1' the frosh persisted. “Simplicity itself. The door which has generously allowed you to come in—” The junior glanced at the ten-foot entrance arch, then at the fifty-foot wingspread and reddened. “Leave it to Givvy,” he directed with dignity. “He has solved worse ones than that.” Givvy had indeed been solving pretty knotty ones during two history-making semesters. “Givvy”—otherwise Fred H. Givens, professor of aviation in the Miami U — had learned at the outset that he would have to be a trail-blazer nearly every rod of the way. The course, as Bowman Ashe, the president, had outlined it, called for things that simply hadn't any precedent. For the first year the university desired only a ground school, with actual flying instruction left to the Curtiss folks at the municipal field, yet it was to be the most inclusive ground school anybody ever heard of. To meet his needs for a textbook Professor Givens searched through fifty volumes, tossed them all aside in despair, and worked from a textbook of mimeographed sheets that were written as the class work progressed. The department of aviation found itself teaching its sixty-five students, thirteen of them girls, all the theory and all the shop practice, and illustrating with actual plane construction. Unsuspected capabilities developed right and left. Two sophomores who were majoring in pre-law became so expert as “dopesters” and saw so plainly the opportunities that might lie ahead of them in a vast industry that law libraries and courtrooms were in serious danger of being forsaken. A sprightly co-ed, whose ambition in the English department had been to write fiction, developed into a “wiz” in working fabric onto wings. She was led into wondering whether driving a typewriter could be expected to bring her, week in and week out, a $100 pay envelope such as the work she did so nimbly might bring her in a plane factory. The spectacle of a student-built plane taking the air for a successful demonstration in the first year of the course’s existence reflected the fact that the guiding hand was himself an expert in many lines. Fred H. Givens had built microscopes. With his father he had built his first airplane in 1912. He had been a bomber in Mesopotamia and an air instructor in the American Navy. He had flown in many countries. He had been construction expert and technical adviser to several of the foremost airplane manufacturers. He had left larger financial remuneration to shape the aviation course in a Florida university because he felt that the hope of the industry lay in college-trained men and women, and because he foresaw vast unfoldments to come with experimentation that would be carried on in the soft and almost uniformly reliable atmosphere of south Florida. Miami, the gateway between the Americas, which were already being linked by the air, might reasonably be expected to become a great teaching center.fAft To Thtvn i VUr t-vi £ a , UCCK Q,UM.a, WERE UP IN THE AIR NOW  THE BOOK SHELFTHE BOOK SHELF lyortljtuljile iBoofes Jfor ©our Hilirarp "JELLYISMS" - - William Walsh " How I Won the Football Game" - • Larry Catha "Reminiscences of Remote AncestorsCram Harris "How to Become Beautiful" - - Anonymous "Powers” - - Mrs. J. C. 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Miami, Florida Miami Furniture Company Fraternity House Furnishings 400 North Miami Avenue—Phone 2-3028 Individuality! THERE IS ONE VIEW OF YOUR FACE, ONE angle or tip of your head, one expression of your eyes—your mouth, a harmonious composite of the mind—the spirit that, altogether, is most characteristic of you—the you your family and friends most love. The photographer most able to sense this phase of your personality and record it in a photograph should be your photographer. The zJXtanley Thrower Studios Ponce de Leon Entrance Phone C. G. 594 Coral Gables, Florida JUST BF. YOURSELF. BROWER'S CAMERA WILL CATCH YOU AT ITThe University City of Coral Gables is destined to become the Cultural Center of Pan-America. Titles Insured by New York Title and Mortgage Co. THE GEORGE E. MERRICK CORAL GABLES COMPANY .... Students .... Use the Saving’s Department of Miami’s Oldest Bank 4rA Compounded Quarterly BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE BlSCAYNE TRUST Company. Affiliated ■ Forward—With Miami’s Oldest Bank Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits More Than $2.500.00.00..Calendar..______________________________ The CALENDAR (October 1. U. of M. opens. THINGS begin to happen! 3. First big bang X ($)X Phi Alpha smoker. Girls Vigilance Committee. 'Nuff said! 5. President’s reception at Country Club. 6. Mrs. B. F. Ashe’s tea for girls and their mothers. 7. Pi Kappa Mu open house. 11. R. B. O. formal dinner dance given by Mrs. Owen. Frosh hold meeting. Better late than never!! ! 12. I wonder how’. I look when Pm asleep! Sigma Phi slumber (less) party. 13. Big Sister tea given by Y. W. C. A. 14. Pi Chi open house. Some shack! University symphony orchestra. 18. Stray Greeks hold semi-annual meeting. Dues in order. 23. Rats paint stadium—and HOW! 26. Frosh get fancy haircuts in victory over Sophs. 27. Whoops, my dear! Miami 62-IIavana 0. 29. Womens In ter-fraternity kid party. Men are not necessary for a good time! 30. Scholarship cup goes to Upsilon Lambda Phi. What we need is seven cups.The CALENDAR J obember 2. Freshman dinks arrive. 3. H. I. M. party. Mum’s the word! 4. Y. W. C. A. initiation. Delta Phi Inn yachting party. 6. U-Hi Club formed. 9. Frosh girls fail to dump Sophs into canal. 10. Another victory! Miami 31-Rollins 0. 11. “M” Club initiates seven baseball letter men. 15. Women’s Athletic Council formed. 16. Pep meeting. Students crash Olympia gates. A warm reception! 17. Something schlitzed 1 Miami 18-Elon 21. 19. Rush week starts. Rushees wonder what it’s all about. 24. Again or yet? Miami 6-Stetson 15. 26. Period of silence ends. Sororities pledge thirty-five girls. 28. Another pep meeting. Bring your own wood! We’ve got the habit! Miami 0-Howard 7.The CALENDAR December 1. Alpha Delta pledges introduced to Alpha Delta Pi sponsors. 4. Ron Willey elected vice-president of Student Asso- ciation. 5. Civic Theater ground breaking. 8. The tide changes at last! Miami 20-Louisiana 0. First gym dance brings back happy memories of last year. 10. Kappa Kappa Gamma pledges Lambda Phi pledges. 15. Garlic, garlic everywhere! Nor any pledge was spared. H. I. M. initiation. Another gym dance for the sake of Auld Lang Syne, or what have you ? 18. U. of M. Glee Club at Miami High. Yes, we call them our boys! 20. University students appear in Coral Gables follies. 22. Vacation begins. Tra la, tra la! 25. Miami 6-Wake Forest 13.The CALENDAR January 1. Hurricanes tie Southern 13-13 in last battle. 2. Once more back to school! Sophomores win first cup award in intramural sports. 3. Basketball practice logins. 5. Zeta Phis entertain all pledges at a bridge tea. 8. Air meet. Eureka, a holiday! Be air-minded. 10. Ruth Bryan Owen entertains Rho Beta Omi-crons. 11. Amid flags of twenty-one nations, forum on Pan-American problems opens at the Roney. 12. First basketball game. Miami 34-Rollins 15. Freshman dance in gym with much whoopee! 15. Havana 26-Hurricanes 22. 16. Wing and Wig Club gives plays. 20. Sophomores throw a dance in the gym—more whoopee! 24. U. of M. joins S. I. A. A. 26. Miami 35-Stetson 13.The CALENDAR Jfebniarp 2. Miami 49-Agoga 19. 4. E X A M W E E K 5. Better days ahead. New Board of Regents appointed. 8. Faculty rules no sorority shall have a house. Lambda Phis move back to University room. II. Beginning of second semester. 15. First national fraternity on the campus. Pi Kappa Mu goes Ph Epsilon Pi. 16. Pi Chi tacky party given by pledges. 18. Miami 36-Southern 29. Julian de Gray gives piano recital. 21. University Artists’ Trio gives second concert. 22. Theta Tau house party. 26. Zeta Phi entertains new girls. OtLTA "AnDA - POKL-f{-The CALENDAR JHarcf) 3. Junior prom at Biltmore Country Club. 4. Woman’s Association “at home”. 7. Woman’s Athletic Club has “hot dawg” banquet. 12. Dr. James Brown Scott, internationally known jurist, speaks at student assembly. 14. National Y. W. C. A. officers at “Y” meeting. 16. Y. W. C. A. musical tea at Mrs. Peabody’s. 17. Rod re-elected captain of basketball team. 18. Theodore Dickinson gives three years’ running expenses to University. 19. Girls' Glee Club presents “A Night in Naples”. 21. University invited to membership in Southern Federation of College Students. 22. U-Hi Club assists U. of M. faculty in entertaining Dade High teachers. 23. H. O. M. C. beach party. 25. Student Association takes over assembly program. 27. Four University architects win mentions in national contest for third time.The CALENDAR gprtt 12. Eight enter first University oratorical contest. 16. Ye literature study group meets. 19. Miami sends largest delegation to stale Y conference. 21. Rho Beta pledges eight “would-be Demos- thenes”. 22. Four delegates send wire, “Car’s broke; so are we.” 24. Pledges enjoy watching active whitewash tennis court with toothbrush. 25. Dr. Carver speaks on Inca and Maya life. 26. Election days; 3,480 votes swapped to date. 27. University of Florida sends debating team to Miami. 28. Epidemic of diamond rings strikes U. Eight casualties reported. 30. Campaign promises fly. Twenty candidates take stump.I—IJftrst g ri)olar£tf)tp Utoarb Upsilon Lambda Phi Sorority, the second fraternal group to be organized on the campus of the University, was the first group to win the Miami Pan Hellenic Scholarship cup. The Miami Pan Hellenic Association offered a silver loving cup to the sorority making the highest scholastic record for the entire year. The cup is to be kept permanently by the group to win it for three years in succession. The cup was presented by Miss Mary D. Merritt. President of Miami Pan Hellenic Association, to Miss Faye Weintraub. President of the group, at the first assembly meeting of the year. 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