University of Missouri College of Engineering - Shamrock Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

 - Class of 1932

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C. rl hard fwo rlecr. PRocroR, ROBERT C. QBobJ St. Louis XI' X, Mystical Seven, Blue Key, T B H, Student Council, '30-'31g Student Senate, Pres. junior Class, '29-'30, 2 lx E, A. S. C. E., Shamrock Staff, '30-'31, life fwonder where Prottor spent his Christ- mas 'vacation--i.v he married? Seniors BAKER, JAMES L. Brownwood, Texas Triangle, E K E5 A. S. C. E. llfomen are expensifve when they lose your pin. CROSS, H. C. Clarence A. S. C. E. Illy ambition is to 'work on the highway. DAVIS, STUART L. QStinkyj St, Louis A X A. Chi Omegas are his nightmares. DENTON, R.ALPH J. iStudy Centralia XI' X, E K Eg A. S. C. E., Sec. E K Eg Pres. A. S. C. E. Band, ,29, '30, '31, '32, Business Manager Shamrock, '32. W'e Canft fell all fwe kizosw about him liemuse he's going to shofw the hook to his mama. DYER, EDWARD Kansas Citv B 9 II, T is ir, 2 li E311 M E, 111 H 22 Shamrock Staff, '30-,315 Freshman Debate. 0110 .Man Brain Trusf. ' '51 no SHAMRQQR 32 25,9 -10... f ff' I f S fl is 3 fi S ft.. HS Ml' CC 1is lia es. ess 158 iity 29 ,omni-u ui N- i,, ,lu ,,, ,u ,u, ,i ,ui ,, ,, , ,,, ,,. , W CIVI LS hm A 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,w,, ,, ui, ,,i,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,, C GARNE1'T, RAYMOND R. CRayj Marion TBH32KEgHMfEgA.S.C.E. Big Sunday School .Man. GUTHRIE, T. L. CTedJ St. Louis sr' X5 T B H, I lznolw fwlzere you can get it cheaper. HORNE, FREDDIE Moberly f Acacia, E K Eg A. S. C. E.g Pres. St. Pat's Board, '31-'32, Chairman Campus Squad, '31. Understands one principle of meclzanies-that of least fworle. HUDSON, W. R. CBillj Albany Pistol Club. A lzot .shot in Tech Scratch. JACKSON, JOHN D. Independence A 2 ff, Growlersg A. S. C. E. He fooled Rulzey and worked a quiz jnroblenz once. Love, CHARLES CBusj Jefferson City A E CII, "IJ that noi right?" V MITCHELL, LYNN B. QMitehj Cassville H K Ag Z K Eg Band, Student Council, Bus. Mgr. Eng. Club, Orchestra, y29, A. S. C. E. I.fn't he cute! MURRAY, M. S., JR. CMatrJ Kansas City K A, , Look.: intelligent, but you can't alfway: tell. Q fi: ,.,, , , , ,SHA,MI?Q,Q'i , 2,2 , ,Nerf A -11- 1 f ,,', ,, ,s,, , 'v M fN lsss is is lllll A H ,iff f W Q, wr? wma- 1 ------- ------'--H-' W' ff: V U Eg -------"'-"'r""" rw, A 4nVV H 51 K, , ,, ,,., L' PLOVANICK, JOSEPH P. Uolej St. Louis What fwould the vworld do fwithout me? REESE, ARVAN D. Sf- Louis A Ks P- S. A., ,27s 723, '29, 'sos Pres: P- S- A., '29, Wrestling, '27-'28, '30-'31, Kmght Of St. Patrick '31, A. S. C. E.g 2nd Lt., O. R. C. Where do I belong? VARNEY, HERSCHEL H. Boonville Acacia, 2 K Eg T B U. Professor, am I passing this course? Juniors . CEBE, JERRY St. LOUiS Z K Eg IT M Eg A. S. C. E., St. Pat's Board, '31, Campus Squad, '30-'3I, Chairman, '31, Eng. Football, ,29, '30, Coach '31, Pistol Club, Fencing, Swimming, Football, ,295 Baseball, ,29g Wrestling Team, '30, '31. Big, bad, bold, and burly. A dangerous "Club" man. ELBRING, WM. CBillj Clayton NI' X, Growlers. I'm just mom's and dad's little boy. ELSNER, PAUL Joplin H K Ag Men's Glee Club. He belongs to the Engineers' Club. JACKSON, DAVIS K. CDavej Jefferson City E K E, -A. S. C. E. He swears spots, another civilized cifvil. Ocus, HENRY, JR. QHeinieD University City XI' X5 E K Eg Scabbard 8: Blade, Chairman Barbecue Comm., A. S. C. E., Student Coun- cil, Blue Key. Muscle bound-abofve and helofw the ears. WHITBREAD, TERRY CFuzzyj Nevada 'I' Kg V. Pres. Engineers, '31-'32g V. Pres. , St. Pat's Board, '31-'32, St. Patls Board, '29- l The big noise of the junior cifvils. '30, '31-'32, Shamrock Staff, ,29-,30. nn, si ii is it ,,,,,,,, 1 1 nm, VA fgjhx -V in ,,.nnsniiini,,n,i ,,,,, ,M UK. j as , 1 5 4'1 , , 1 i-5 5-.-,,,. F Q p-ES 75, 'J Seah l tr .Q gf. 'A' li5.Jj.L..v . . ..,, , , V 2 jf' ,C lf' HN ll l A l ll A llll A lllrr r rlll lllll llll ll l A l ll or or on Ham, CIVILS WMS, RICHARD A. qoicky scdalia l B 9 H3 2 K E, His middle name is Alonzo. 1 Sophomores GRUMICH, EDWARD fEdj Davenport, Iowa A 2 CD5 St. Pat's Board. Olz! I'fve got to go home. HoovER, ROBERT M. CSarg.j Kansas City fl' A 95, Stripes 85 Diamondsg Tiger Batteryg Pistol Club. He has political aspirations. PETERS J E fSn1fterj Lours YI' X Sophomore Councll Shamrock Staff Boy .ree my new boots RIDDLE R E IR fFatj St Joseph A M fl? One engzneer that goes to church PIPER VERNON W St Lours He tlzznks you -wear a Pratt Truss Freshmen ELSNER RALPH A Joplm II K A Athenaean Band Forensrc Staff Nofw be care ul boys PRUss JEAN St Lours Z B T Engmeers Club Freshman Track Lzke all reslzmen he has 111511 aspzratzonx SHELDON G T fGayl Maplewood K 2 Band Had a good lzme zn K C on the band lrzp gm SHAMRQCR Tw-5 13 H , . . ' St. ' '32. .I 1 , Q 1, 1 ' u I ' . I f , - V . I, , .r . . I YJ AlaaaaAaaaaa aa aaaaa,,, aanaaaa M ...aa to L gf I f CLASSES QJS9 THE 231-d PSALM TO AN ENGINEERIS SWEETHEART Verily I say unto you, marry not an engineer, For an engineer is a strange being, and is possessed of many devils. Yea, he speaketh eternally in parables, which he callcth formulas, wieldeth a big stick which he calleth a slide ruleg hath only one Bible, a handbook. I-feigthinketh only of stresses and strains and without end of thermodynamics. He showeth always a serious aspect, and seemeth not to know how to smile, And he picketh his seat in thc car by the springs, and not by the damsel therein. Neither does he know a waterfall except by its horsepower, 1 And a sunset except that he must turn on the lights, Nor a damsel except by her live weight. ' Always he carries his books with him and entertaineth his sweetheart with steam tables. Verily though his damsel expecteth chocolates when he calleth, She openeth the package but to disclose samples of iron oreg Yea, he holdeth l1is damscl's hand but to measure the friction, And he .kisses her but to test the viscosity, For in his eyes 'there shincth a far away look, that isneither love nor longing- Rather a vain attempt to recall a formula. There is but one key to his heart, and that is Tau Beta Pig And one love letter for which he yearneth, and that is an UE". lVhen his damsel writeth of love and signeth with crosses, ' He takes not these symbols for kisses, but rather for unknown quantities. Even as a boy he pulleth a girl's hair but to test its elasticity. But as a man he hath discovered different devices: For he counteth the vibrations of her heart strings, And he seeketh ever to pursue his scientific investigationsg Even his heart flutterings he counteth as a vision of beauty, And describeth l1is passion as a formula. And his marriage is a simultaneous equation Involving two unknowns and yielding diverse results, AMEN! III Iiiv I IIIII I I 5,g,I,gMI wma UM ..... 52- ....... ..,...,........,.......,.... .. .... . F22 . A.-fe --14+ I ZX AA MECI-IANICALS ,,.l.-.i..l1-- MEC!-IANICALS ,,,,, ,,,,, , . f 1 A i 3 Seniors ' ANDERSON, Com' Springfield K Ag Orchestra, Band. Thir is our family picture. BRAUN, JOHN fl, Kg A. S. M. E., Baseball. Carried Calculur until he is holw-legged. St. Louis FITCH, RUSSELL VV. CRussj Wilson, N. Y. A. S. M. E., Pres. Senior Engrs., '31-'32, Sec.-Treas. A. S. M. E., '31-,32. Boy! hofw I rate with the lwomen. HANCOCK, WALLACE R. Center TBHQHTEQHME,A.S.M.E.'V.Pres T B U, Pres. H T Eg V. Pres. A. M. Editor Shamrock, ,32. What sway here fwar censored. LUCKEY, FRANK Columbia H T'2, He has air castles too. RAMLOW, WM. CBillD Sedalia H . 3 , K A, 41 M Ag Shamrock, '29-'30, Band, '29, '30, '31, '32, Orchestra, '29, '30, A. S- M. E. Ha.m't recofvered from hir trip to France. RAY, VIRGIL H. Gilman City TBH3HT2,A.S.M.E. A hard -worker. Tried to catch a street car on the quad. J zmiors AUSTIN, JACKSON K. U. KJ jefferson City University Bank, '30, '31, '32, St. Pat's Board, '31-'32, Chairman St. Pat's Ball, '32, Pu'bliC AH'airs Club. "Hui, fwhatir the use!" nunnnnnnnnnnnninmnnnnnnn I .ummnnnnnnnnnnnn inninnnnnnnnnnnninn numninnmninn-ini nu, I "S -16- wus,-1mwllu-W,,,',, ,,,, W W mm, vm, ,NW W lu ,, -+-- MEC!-IANICALS 1 A H4lw,www,m,l ,M 'w.mw-nmol, M N.. ,www,H-wwuomw KETCHAM, LLOYD He goes doswn trams come zn. STEGNER, WILBUR A. S. M. E. lee cream made him that fway. WILSON, SAM E A T A M Mens Club Track, Board Pres Soph Engrs, 3 Freshmen CRUM J Louis fLou1ej He had hzs scalp emhrotdered mmm umwvwuwm Ironton to the station to fwatch the Columbia Columbia St Pat s Columb1a AGRICULTURAL Semors LOWRY CARL J Lucerne Says he 15 gozng to South Amerzca to get afway from the fwomen LOWRY WAYNE H Lucerne A S C E Kmght of St Patrxck Supt of Ag Engrs Lab Stunts, 31 He looks like hes asleep hut he zsnl Q Q SHAMROCK Q J 17 . I 7 . . 7 ! D ' s 5 . . . ' 1. J - l l K E, . , I n , . . . . .g , . 3 . .I . 2 Q S E V-V xxxl 1 ,W ,,!, XM, ,,,,,, ,mls ,,l,l, .,s, ssss 1 w w- stsss ' 1'1s 11-'1 1 MH """""-""""'""'u,4?,.Xky F K' 3 2 EDA QQ,'fIlAm Yt!! Y Yxtxx txxlxx ,,,, ,.,,,, ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, , ,,,,,., , .,,..,,, U.,W,W..,,.WmHwwg , , , ii , i ii g ,4 -p ,eee E as emily ee Q- CLASSES E-E fi 'W 1' P' H H 1 ii wi u..i,iiii.i.,i,, i ui, i W. ,aiu 1, i, THE ENGINEER Fools may sing of hearts and love And eyes and cheeks and hair, Vlfrite Sonnets to a womanis glove, Andi swear her wondrous fair. Bah! She's an artificial thing, g All powder and paint and lipstick But harkcn to my love, the slipstick. YVOmen are babbling all the time Off dates and drinks and dresses, YVhich wouldn't help at all when I ,ni Computing torques and stresses. It conquers without fear or doubt Wliole hosts of sines and surds, And 'helps me work in peace without An avalanche of Words. Slide rules are always accurate And women never sog And while they're not affectionate, They never answer, "Noi" So, hence with wonienis wanton ways, Wfith eyebrows, lips, and curls, My little duplex polyphase, Is worth a dozen girls. 7 'Zi 16 iiisiLiAMiiioieiii iiiiii ii ,iu.iwu.i iu,.ii,i mi iii,,,ii,.,u,ii ., PU, 59 +18-+L N CHEMICALS ... -Q.. ,"v:, -Y YAWAY. A' Y. . -. it .' '4 f-w Y A-W -114- rf 13 9 if fgiif' 'fA' J M' L 6 f Fifth Year Men PAXTON, LEs'rER H. CLes-Paxj Kansas City Acacia? T B A X H American Chemical Soc.g A. Ch. E. Started the Nefw Year right. WEINBACH, ANCEL QOnkeyl Columbia B. S. in Eng.g Assn. Chem. Eng.g A. I. E. E.g Amer. Chem. Soc. If he could flap his ears, he could fly. WEXSBAUM, EMANUEL V. QCaseyl New York, N. Y. fl' 2 Ag Chem. Engrs.g Freshman Cross Coun- try, ,293 V.-Pres. Chem. Engr., '30-'31. He fwould make a good ad for Tonsoline. Seniors OOCKERILL, R. F. CFrankj Excelsior Springs T B 11, II M E3 A X Eg Chairman H M E. Jlligrates to Hermann efvery fweelr-end. HOFFIXIEISTER, LEWIS N. St. joseph A X Eg Bandg Orchestrag M. S. O. Plays trombone in the band and the devil efvery place else. KOENIG, JOSEPH J. Cjoej St. Louis NI' X.g A. I. Ch. E. "Colne on, Iet's scramf' RANDALL, THOMAS B. QTomQ St. Louis T B Hg A X Eg Scabbard and Bladeg Presi- dent Engineers' Clubg Colonel Field Artillery. I fwislz I had staffed in politics sooner. fr- WF'-,W . 'rl V' A if-N if 3 is fix Lis' r Q bi-l!5i,f'vxl2fC7x.,lx 3 2 J ..20.. l l 1 11111 11.1 1111 1111 111 1 111 11 11 1111111 11 1111111 111-111111111111111111-11111.1111-111111 11 1 11 1 1 1 111 11 1 1 1 11111 CHEMICALS Z z a l WELLS, MALCOLM E. Moberly E AECIP, 1 lVeIl.f and his fwomen. 1 Juniors . HINDE, N. Hannibal He doe.rn't look like a rifver rat. HOFFIVIAN, KARL fKa1-oj Carrollton A X 2. ' Heir too nice. LAVVRENCE, JAMES C. Cjimj Moylan, Pa. K Eg A X Eg Scabbard 8: Bladeg X X X5 Tomb 8: Keyg Growlersg Sec. SL Treas. Junior Engineers. He commercializex field trips. ROBINS, ROBERT LoYn fBob5 Macon A X 2. Sleight-of-hand performer -with fwomen. Sophomores ZEISER, D. FRED CFritzj Webster Groves A 2 CTU Staff Shamrockg Society of Chemical Engineers. ' Well, e-e-e-er a-a-ah." Freshmen RADFORD, ALVIN W. Jasper 1 Some girl fwill get a prize. 1 l l l 111111111.11111111111111111. 11111 11111 111-111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111.11 11111111.1111.1111111111111111111.1111111111 4 11111 1111 1 11 1 11 11111 111111 1 11111 5 1 1 1 1 111 e 1111 1 1 .IIN -21- 11 V rr qy I N W , , , ,. , ,,,, 1, 1 in ii-1 ii "-- ' u "'1 " 1' ' " "" ' ' "' " ' 'W :lW'WWr'I ' X bggfj CLASSES CWQJSS55 "' ' ii an wnuuuw ww' iw. W ,uma--i it Wim, ,ii iu,u.W,i ii. vw , U W- u,i,,,., ii wi- ii 1 1 " ' THE ENGINEER H7110 is the man designs our pumps with judgment, skill and care? W'ho is the man that builds 'em and keeps them in repair? W'ho has to shut them down because the value seats disappear? The bearing-wearing, gearing-tearing mechanical engineer. Who buys his juice for half a cent and wants to charge a dime? VVho, when we've signed the contract, canlt deliver half the time? VVho thinks the loss of 'twenty-six, per cent is nothing queer? The volt-inducing, load-reducing electrical engineer. VVho takes a transit out to find a sewer line to tap? Wfho then with care extreme locates the junction of the map? Who is it goes to dig it up and iinds it nowhere near? The mud-bespattered, torn and tattered civil engineer. Who thinks without his product we should all be in a lurch? Who has a heathen idol which he designates research? lVho tints the creeks, perfumes the air, and makes the landscape drear? The stink-evolving, grease-dissolving chemical engineer. VVho is the man that will draw a plan for everything you desire From a transatlantic liner to 'a hairpin made of wire, VVith Hifsl' and "ands,'l Uhoweiersn and "buts" who makes his meaning clear? The work-disdaining, fee-retaining consulting engineer. VVho builds the road for fifty years that disappears in two, Then changes his identity, so no one's left to sue? 'Who covers all the traveled road with filthy, oily smear? The bump-providing, rough-on-riding highway engineer. lVho takes the pleasure out of life and makes existence hell? lVl1o'll fire a real good-looking one because she cannot spell? Who substitutes a dictaphone for a coral-tinted ear? The penny-chasing, dollar-wasting efficiency engineer. -Author unknown. From the Purdue Engineer. -'K ,YM H A 'll ' " ' "" "" "' """ " """'u'u1w im.,,m, ,, In J lr - 9 - ' iiii 9.1,..5.HAMR.Q.C'f.. ? uunu 2- mb? X ie? - . 3 Af? ELECTRICALS , KXN. X , , . ,,,, .,,,,.,,. . ,,,. . , .x ELEWCALS ITN Fifth Year Men JOHNSON, W. DELAPORTE CDej Columbia H K Ng A. I. E. E.g Glee Club, '28, '3Ig St. Pat's Board, '29g Sec. H K N, 31. An Electrical fwith gutxj he took Thermo. Seniors BATES, Lrsus E., JR. CLesJ North Kansas City A Z QI-5 H K N3 T B II, A. I. E. E., St. Pat's Board. I5 a permanent knot hole on the St. Pat'.r Board. BUELL, L. W. CRedj Vandalia , H K Ng T B II, A. I. E. E., Treas. Engi- neers' Club, St. Pat's Board, V.-Pres. H K Ng Corr. Sec. T B H. Oh Boy! I'll het my home tofwn is proud of ' me. CREWS, PAUL J. Columbia A. I. E. E. R Too meek to mix fwilh the common throng. EDMONDSON, GEORGE BERYL Columbia Scabbard 8: Blade, A. I. E. Eg Rifle Club, '27-'28, Treas. Missouri Musketeers, '28, Rifle Team, '27-'28. Got himself a .hall and chain. GRIESSEL, OTTO E. Odessa I-I K Ng A. I. E. E. He led the boyx a merry chase in Al. C. JOHNSON, J. STUART St. Louis IIME5TB1I3HKNgA.I.E.E.gSec. Engineers' Club, '31-'32. , Heir due to get married. T NIBLACK, MARVIN fNibbleQ Jackson A. I. E. E., Glee Club. He kept count of "Bug.r' " fafvorite .sayings for a month. POYNTER, A. BROOKS Lexington I-I K N5 Band, '28, '29, '30, '31, He doesn't belong to the Electrical Union. 3' I " T 1 u-1 ii n T- no T. in in iii ni.. Minion. nn. nnnnnf- Mir... .I Q. 5HAMR.OQ'S . . 3.2 .... . . .. . We ..Q4- ew ELECTRICALS SHEPHERD, JAMES E. CShepj La Plata A E fb, Q. E. B. H., Blue Key, T B II, H K N, 11 M E, Pan Hellenic Council, 41 H 2, Student Council, Athenaean Society, Physics Club, A. I. E. E., Homecoming Comm., St. Pat's Board, Pistol Club, '28, '29, He reads "What Efuery Young Mavz Should Know." VVIGBELS, FRANK fVViggieJ Lexington XI' X, Triangle, A. I. E. E., Engineers' Club. Quiet, hut needs watching. J unions BARNS, J. H. Moberly A T A, Tomb and Key, X X X5 A. I. E. E. He's not worrying about a job. BEERS, NORMAN R. Seymour fPHE,HMEgA.I.E.E. Seymourif Brain Storm. CASON, R. UOCJ Columbia XI' X, H K N, Shamrock Staff, '31, '32. Hfell, fellows, I think I'lI get a date. COEFMAN, ALFRED L. CAD Columbia U M E, A. I. E. E., V.-Pres. A. I. E. E. Attends Christian Collage nights. CUNNINGHAM, R. C. QDiekj Granite City, Ill. H K N, Band, Campus Squad, Pres. Junior Engineers, Engineers' Football. Weinie'J pet in E. Ill. fl. FRANCIS, JUSTIN A. CJutJ Fredericktown Pershing Rifles, A. I. E. E., Campus Squad, '32, Shamrock Staff, '32, Cigars' don't make him sich. GIEGER, JAMES M. Uimmiej Tf0y A T A, l l ffnother Jelly. ' Q . -25- ' , . 1 ,..,..--- fl TR I CA LS rW""-"S- E MM- E L lg. C Q lm. Qi.: rr ,ual X. .M, Cy S . I ' lvl1'1'cHizl,r., M. D. St, Louis A. l. E. E. T110 bn111'l1 III ark fn 11llz'r. QTWENS, J. XV., ju. fjayl Columbia ll li Ng A I. E. E.g A X .Kg Ed. "Eng, MOHIilij'.,, !1f'.v in lawn Cxrxiuz, LAWREXCE K. Columbia Scabbard 8: Bladeg Stripes 51 Diamondsg Pistol Teamg Capt. Pistol Clubg A. I. E. E. Hz' 11115 f11le1'1z 0110 fllyz'r'5 plafe ill the R. 0. T C' . 1. Sophomores N C1.xl5nLER, RAY lSkippyj St. Louis Stripes Sz Diamondsg Tiger Battery. H115 111' fllfllfd j1'lIy.??? Goonmcu, How.-mo Hadley, Pa. Acaciag Pres. 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I I . ,jg exif! ,1,,11,11,1,,11,1,1111 11 1,,11 1 1 , 111 ,, 1 11, 1,,,,, ,,, ,, , ,,, , , 1 111, ,,1,, ,11, 1-11 1111, ,,,, ,M W, ,,.1....-1.-1.- Engmeers Club THOMAS B RANDALI Pfeszdent TERRY VVHITBREAD Vu e President J STUART JOHNSON Semetaay L VV BUELL Tveasuvez LYNN B BIITCHELL Bulsmass Zllanaou THOMAS B RKNDALL The Engmeers Club l1'lS been one of the pioneers among student clubs The club has 'is 1ts aim and purpose to estabhsh and f0StC1 1 spirit of good fellowslup among all the enouneers Each student who enrolls 111 the Collefre of l1.n01nee11110 automatically becomes a member of the club, 1eg'1rdless of depfntment, clsmss, social afHl1at1ons or SCl10l3.St1C standing The act111t1es of the club 'ne cf11r1ed out bv three subs1d1ary organizations the St Puts Boird, the Sll'11I110Cli Staff and the Campus Squad The St Pats Boa1d, C0l11POSCd of elected and aupomtcd members 1010111 the four classes, has charge of the fmnual celebration in l1OUO1 of the Patron Saint of Engineers The Shfxmrock Stull 11 s charfre of tl1e editing and 1JUbl1Sl1l1'10' of tl1e Fnfrmeu 1ng College annual The Shamrock maintaining d1sc1pl1ne 'md obedience to tl1e rules w1tl11n the club 'ind of persufxdmw the mules and others to honor 'md respect the t1ad1'c1o11s of the c1mpus 'ind the Engineering School Close coope1'1t1on 'md united eHo1t lT1211li the success of CYCIV enterprise spon sored by the club The lessons in the working t0gCtllC1 for 1 common good pmse to be of 1nHn1tc benefit in training young en0f1nee1s f01 futuie lc'1de1sl11p W, fc SHAMROCK 'O ' 9 1 1 .j . ,, . l . . I . , . . C . . 4 . i 2 . . . - . .Q ca ' ' an c Cv 7 . . .1 . . C 'r ' ' u - . u 7: q K . f . u . . , , I , f . . r F c ' r , 1 1 ' I o L I C l I Q A 1 l L c r I 2 r D . l ' r . . I D A O. x" ' ll Pl f J f I The Campus Squad, wl1icl1 is the disciplinary o1'ga11iz:1tion, has charge of . . . ' . . . C . . . , in Y . A ff 7! ' n 1 4 " QC ' K ' ' 1 . v -s I ' ' - ' . ' ' , , , ' : V K .K v 1 , , I 1 ' I 4 , 3 U , ' ' ' D I . - M W W !!,,, K 1, ,, 11 111 111 1111111' 11'111'1' -1111!,4i, 'I 1 1 1 5 'S 7 cr R 4 E I Q 3 2 N W 1 bt .J J -27- 1 f K ORGANIZATIONS BATES GOODRICH ROSEBROUOH JOHNSON GRUMICH NUSSBAUII SMITH BUELL MITCHELL HORNE WILSON WVHITBREAD AUSTIN St. Pafs B Oard F, L, HORNE ........................... ....... P resident TERRY VVHITBREAD .... .... I fice-President SAM WILSON ..... ........... ..... S e cretary MEMBERS Seniors LYNN B. MITCHELL KENNETH SMITH F. L. HORNE JAMES SHEPHERD Juniors SAM VVILSON TERRY YVWHITBREAD Sophomores EDWVARD GRUMICH Freshmen LIELVIN NUSSBAUM 'NJQTJ Y 1 W ' X - " " O Isl Ig SHAMROQK L. YV. BUELL LESLIE BATES J. K. AUSTIN HOWARD C. GOODRICH JOHN ROSEBROUGH 2' III II IIr,-I- L . .92 W5 IW Ly -,mmLwwwywwHmmmn H w,,w,,II IMI I,,I,,.,,, H. I,,,,,,,,,, M ww X X ,MI ,ww III,,wI,m,,HH,IIIw, ,,,,, ,, , , ,H-I II ,MII ,IM-,,,,,,,,,,,, C H f-x,,:-af ,Q LX 5, -AJ 1 HF, I . ,..Ix --,,M,, I I XWf'1fLE2II :iz Vixlia 'I 4' if J' EW- iff 'N J I IM, 4 w,5,,,g.,' 551 X., f '1 ,f 1 ag -.N-v--,I,,I..,.,,-..L..,,,-L .I ' U ' ,,. . LQ ' -uy. s I Ia '-, . 'A QM- 5 . ,,.x ,, M 'W X V M V' KG' Rn WW"-W ff A if 1 li. A C5 mu,1m..u H I VVALLACE R HAACO CK RALPH J DENTON The Shamrock Staff Edztor RALPH J DENION Bus Mgv WALLACE R HANCOCK J E PETERS Assoczate J R CASON Adv Mgr L tie 1' J A FRANCIS Asszstant R C PROCTOR e we J E RIARTIN 7 R VV FITCH Photographer FRALK VVIGBELS ASSISTAN I'S PRED ZEISER JOE KOENIG PETERS HANCOCK FRANCIS FITCH MARTIN CASON DENTCN ff? I Qiffxffiivmf F U 1 ' 552, I I rl ' J 7 K o Y A A , , ,f I ---------------A Qt , I, + -,,,,,,,,, , A T 5 I 1 -l-f, uo N I Q S , I U J , 1 ,J y,lYy!! M, ,,,! M ,1,, 'W,I ,,,,,!,, , , ,,,,,,,,, ,:,, ,,,,,, I ,,.,,.,,, - ,,I,I HH 1'I-III '-1II I wv -ww" "IH ' "1v'I""""""" ' "'- I, Y I 1 I ,I , ., I WQ fo E I ggi! , ,A "i ' jx A xx-,u Ng J N 'fm N N J K WQQ- W N ORGANIZATIONS Q-'+V fry y c The Engineers' M onthly J, W, GWENS, JR---- -- ---- --'Ediw' R IiOTI-IMEYER--- ---Associate Ec1if0I wv. EDINGER ---- ---- F --f1SSOC1:flt0 Editor PROF. M. P. lVEINBAcH--Facultly Adviser J. VV. Owexs, JR. In 1930 it was observed by various members of the faculty and students that there seemed to be a great decrease in the former school spirit of the students of the College of Engineering. This fact was called to the attention of the Engineers' Club, and action was taken by this organization. The result was the decision of the Engineers' Club as a whole to establish a student publication. It was to take the form of a bulletin and was to appear 01100 each month. Items of interest concerning graduates and students, and other inter- esting articles along the lines of the engineering profession were to be p1'6SC11'fffd in this publication. It was voted also that Prof. TVeinbach should be chosen as faculty adviser f0l' the bulletin, and it is through his eiforts that the paper has been made p0SSib1C- The "Engineers' Monthlyn was chosen as the name of this paper, and it made 1tS first appearance early in the fall of 1981. Since the primary purpose of the bulletin was to promote increased int t ' l ' " " h eres in tie College of Engineering, WC 0Pe that the soal HWY IVWC been partially reached and may increase with future iSSl1CS- Helw. .... .... . .. ... S HAMROQK 32 12520 -30 if HANCOCK NEWTON X , El... I , R I 'M HAQ Mn--C . 5 A lf NX, N,,::I,I, WI- NNIDIII 'I I,II,,I,I JOHNSOX BUELL EDA XRDS PROCIOR SVIITH BATF L KROEHLE COCKERILL RAY CARNETT SHEPHERD VIRAEY PEARSAL C ARK XVIER RANDALL GUTHRIE LEIBOVILH RUAKLER HAYAES GALBRAITH L WEIRBACH PAXTON VVHARTON HYDE BRECKENRID E PAATON NV R HANCOCK B RANDALL BUELL R COCKERILL S JOHNSON BATES, L E BUELL L YV CLARK, C R COCKERILL, R F DYER, H E EDNVARDS, R GALBRAIDH, R A GARNETF, R R W BRDCKENRIDGE M DEIIOE M LWING L HYDE C LANIEII Tau Beta P2 HOH01d1y E11g1HCCf1Hg lfratelmty Bounded at LCl11gl1 UH1XCIS1t5, June 1, 1885 Alpha Chapter estabhshed 1902 Colon Seal Brown Sc 'Wlute Paeszdent Vzce Pr eszclrmt fl refsurei C01 1 cspondmv Sem etavy Recovdmg Sewetavy MEMBERS GUTHRIF, T L HANCOCK, W R HAYNES, C M JOHNSON, J S KRODHLI , XY l KUNKLER, J l' LEIBOVICII, H PAXTON, L H TRATRES IN I'ACUL'l ATE J MCCAUSLI NND D NLW rOIx C PHILLIPS SCHLUNDI' Catalogue: PDARSAIL H YV PROCTOR, R C RANDALL T B RAY, V H bl-IDI HERD, SMITH, K A VARNLY, H H XVIIIR, R J O M S FEXVART N P VVEINBACII XVESTCOT1 VK S TVILLIAMS XVIIARTON Ll 'fr ' I ' ,S N : l I ' C- " ' Y I A 1 . 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DEN1-oN ..... BAKER, J. L. CEBE, J. DENTON, R. J. DYER, H. E. GARNETT, R. R. HORNE, F. L. JACKSON, D. K. Colors-Green and VVhite MEMBERS KUNKLER, J. E. MCMANAMA, P. C. ZMIITCHELL, L. B. OCI-IS, H. J., JR. OLIVER, VV. I. PROCTOR, R. C. ---------------P1'esia'ent - - Vice-President -----Sec.-Treas. SANSOM, R. E. SCI-IOONOVER, YV VARNEY, H. H. XVAGNER, N. O. YVIER, R. J. VVILKS, R. A. ROBINETT, J. L. FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. A. LARUE A. S. RAYMOND GEL . r 1 Q Mm i i ,,..i...-.----- C5 R ,,,, H ,,,,, M ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,CRGANIZATIONS .--.-v.-.....,,,,............,. STADTHERR TRUOO EDVVARDS LUCKEY PIXLEY HANCOCK NEWTON SELVIDGE GRAY RAY Pi Tau Sigma Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity Founded at 'the University of Illinois Epsilon Chapter established in 1925 Colors-Azure and Murray V. H. RAY ...... ....... R. P. EDWVARDS ..... N. G. STADTHERR .............. ..... ...... MEMBERS EDWVARDS, R. P. HANCOCK, W. R. -President VV. R. HANCOCK ....... ........................ - A --Vice-President -----Sec1'etary-T1'easurer -Corfu Secretary PIXLEY, W. I. RAY, V. H. STADTI-IERR, N. G LUCKEY, F. TRUOG, D. S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE G. D. NEVV'FON E. S. GRAY J. R- VVHARTON R. W. SELVIDGE , 47 "i" " " ' " " " ' H H S 'N i Wwfxlp Cell - Q SHAMROCK ...N .... QM ' -ss- 1 "" Q GQ .--f-- ORGANIZATIONS -. I I I I I CUNNINOI-IAM S.JOHNSON SHEPHERD GRIESSEL CASON B-ITES GALBRAITH HAYNES D. JOHNSON OWENS THORNE POYNTER LEVVIS I SAVILLE ROLAND LANIER XVEINBACH JONES BUELL .A Eta Kappa Na l Professional Electrical Fraternity , Founded at the University of Illinois in 1902 Iota Chapter established June, 1911. Colors-Navy Blue 8: Scarlet , LESLIE BATES ---,--,-,,-L---E----,,--,-,,-------President I L. IV. BUELL .......... ' .... Vice-President 2' R. A. GALBRAI'EIi ..... .... 1 Bev. Secrefary I ' J. STUART JOHNSON .... - ---Corn Secretary ll J. E. SHEPHERD ...... .......-.....,-,,.,.... T reasurer OTTO E. GRIESSEL--- ..............,. f1.s-30, "B1'ifl,g-ev Editor I I MEMBERS BATES, L. E. JOHNSON, J. S. It BUELL, L. IV. I JOHNSON, 'W. D. I CASON, J. R. IJEWVIS, C. L. g CUNNINGI-IAM, R. OWENS, J. XV. I GALBRAITIAI, R. A. POYN'fER, A, B, Y GIIIESSEL, O. E. SAVILLE, C. M. I HAYNES, C. M. SHEPHERD, J. E. 'I TIHIORNE, C. XV. Q FRATRES IN FACULTATE I M. P. XNEINBACI-I A. C. LANIEP. S. XV. ROLAND M. M. JONES G, M, EWING , .......... ..,.,........................, ..... ......,.., . . . . . T . . .,., ..,..,.. .l,...,,... ...... . . . ..........., ........ - . . ..., ,....... ff' 9 . I U .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , .5539 ...gai- 4, W Q., ,..., N. ,1,, N . N ., , W V Y W mum! I C359 --- T- ORGANIZATIQNS Q PROCTOR Cv.-XRNETT GIDEON MCNANAMA OLIVER I-IOLMBERG B.'XKER AMBRUSTER REESE GRUMICH XVHITBREAD NEWCOMB HORNE DENTON JACKSON HYDE OCHS Ckoss The American Society of Civil Engineers Missouri University Student Branch R. J. DENTON ...... ...............-......,..... I Jresident H. C. CROSS ...... .... V ice-,President H. J. Ocus, JR. .... ..... S ec.-Treas. MEMBERS AlNIBRUS'1'ER, R. H. Lovn, C. CEBE, J, RICRIANAMA, P. C. DENTON, R. J. NEXVCOMB7 C. D. DYER, ED, Ocx-ls, H. J., JR. GOWIN, B, O'LIVER, W. I. GRUDIICIi, E. REESE, A- HOLRIBPIRT, V. V. ROBINETT, J. L. JACKSON, D. K. VVEIR, R- V- FACULTY MEMBERS H. K. RUBEY A, L, HYDE H. A. LARUE E. J. RICCAUSTLAND 1 'J JJJJ M C N J J V iiii M W J M M P 65911 1 Q SHAMROCK an M... flu, ...35... . .R f 1 ' -1: U' - -, f. .' 'ft . -"" N ,,f- A gt an f ,fx V -fx. . .M 1 . .. ,...-.- A J N11 . .. '1.i 6 ' 4 I V - - I RYAN BONNOT LUCKEY PIXLEY STADTHERR BRAUN HANCOCK STEGNER REHACEN FITCH WHARTON NEWTON SELVIDGE RAY The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Missouri Student Branch Affiliated in 1909 PROFESSOR JAMES R. XVI-IARTON ............ Honorary Chatirnzan VIRGIL H. RAY ............... ..-........ C hairman WV. R. HANCOCK ............. ,-,.-,, I f'ice-Chair-nzan R. VV. FITCH .... ............. .... S e cretary-Treasu1'e1' MEMBERS ANDERSON, N. B. HECKMAN, F. BONNOT, A. J. LUCKEY, F. BRAUN, J. B. DONNELLY, E. H. JEDYVARDS, R. P. FITCH, R. XV. PIANCOCKI, VV. R. RAR'ILOX1', XV. M. RAY, V. H. REHAGEN, C. STADTHERR, N. G. STEGNRR, XV. XVILSON, S. E. FACULTY MEMBERS E- S- GRAY J. R. XVHARTON G. D. NEWTON R. VV. SELVIDGE uf ,Q ' ' ' "' ""' "1w -ww-'wY Y Y 1'-Y 4-1!-Y Y-AYY ,Y,1,YY,,,,,,,,,,,. , . , ,.,,,,,, FX if A A Q , SL!,AAfm,3C!i 3 Q ll 55.55 M36- ,.,,,,, ,..,, ,ww mi N N, vi . ,, .Nm . M., ..-.---.--..,...... i W D N ww N. iw.1..W 'Nwwu U iw- ww. www -1....,, ORGAN IZATIONQ ...imp WW ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,m WWWW M m W M -+ ... ....,..... . WEINBACH KEARNEY ZEISER HOFFMEISTER HYDE CLARK LAWRENCE IQOEHLER HINDE SCHOENBORN STANBERRY WELLS FROST ROBINS HOFFMAN LAWRENCE KOENI G COCKERILL PAXTON LORAH BRECKENRIDGE PEARSALL RANDALL American Institute of Chemical Engineers Missouri University Student Branch affiliated 1932 R. F. COCKERILL ........... .................. - --P1'esicient R. L. ROBINS .... ---Vice-President C. R. CLARK .,-, ........... - --Sec.-T1'6aSu1'e7' MEMBERS CLARK, C. R. R CDCKERILL, FROST, N. HINDE, J. N HOFFMAN, K. HOAEEMEISTER, HYDE, B. VV. .F. KEARNEY, J. E. KOENIG, J. J. KROEHLE, VV. J. RANDALL, T. B. ROBINS, R. L. SCHOENBORN, J. LAWVRENCE, H. L. STANBERRY, D. E. VV. H. LAWVRENCE, J. C. VVEINBACH, A. R. L. N. PAXTON, L. H. VVIELLS, M. E. PEARSALL, H. W. ZEISER, D. F. FACULTY SPONSOR J. R. LORAH , ,. .ww im .MN .wir ,N .W wiwiw.wwwiw.Hw.w.m.1.wD,, wnwwiw-mm.N..www.-4 Ugii.. . .. . . .. . ... n . . .. .... . .... ....... ..... -HW ORGANIZATIONS XVEINBACH S. JOHNSON GRIESSEL TUTTLE CREWS BUELL NIELACK BARNES COOK VVIGBELS SMITH POYNTER FREEMAN THORNE JACKSON FRANCIS D. JOHNSON EDMONDSON BATES SHEPHERD YVEINBACH L.-XNIER ROLAND XV.-XLLIS COFEAIAN T he American Institute of Electrical Engineers Missouri University Stlldiillt Brrmch J. E. bl-IEPHERD ............-.................... Cl1!lil'7ll!l'll ALFRISIJ L. COFEAIAN--- .-..,,.-.. .,... 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The idea has spread to many of the engineering colleges in America and is at present an established custom in many of these schools. The oiiicial observance of the 30th anniversary of St. Pat's Week began on Thursday night, March 17, with a barbecue for all engineering students, faculty members, and alumni. Friday morning an-d afternoon was devoted to lectures delivered by prominent engineers in every field. At noon on Friday a luncheon, honoring "Daddy" Defoe, was given at the Tiger Hotel. Friday afternoon at four o'clock St. Patrick arrived on his handcar and was escorted by a parade to the Engineering Building, where he oflicially greeted the engineers. At seven o'clock Friday evening, St. Patrick appeared and conferred the degree of Knighthood upon those who had served him loyally for four years, immediately after the knighting ceremonies the laboratories were opened to the public. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Hurty was hostess at a Green ,Tea held in the library for all students, faculty, and alumni. At eight-thirty the same evening, the St. Pat's Ball, which climaxed the celebration, took place. During the ball the Queen Was presented and crowned by the St. Patrick, the long-waited-for Shamrock was distributed toward the end of the ball. K E 1-if AQ-f. v,T.Eg + FREDDI1: HORNE I epfesentafwe 0 St Patzzck 50 59 A n ,, i sf- f . fit! 19 SHAMROCK 5 i Hl?.2 J , 'gf ACTIVITIES En Ehr lDnvrn GDt' Saint lgatrirk Ehr hgnznnu Hinges srrriinhrs tu thr night, Ehr rnrrrnt units n rrlrstinl light. Uhr 1.Il'l!h1IllI1l! nniuars in fnll uf itsi flight. Eflur ln! tht' hnvrn rninma nigh! Ehv hnnrr nnh thr rnginr nrr ln'nthr1'5, gr RPN: Earn turvnrhrs nrrpnrr fur thr hitnnlrh hn11h,111P11: En niritr thin uni' lifr, uni' is inli, nnr i5 UPI!" Ehvn hnil! thr hnrrn rmnru nigh! Ehnn rhilh nf Quint Ilzitrirli, thnn rliirrzilh IIIIPPII, Chun, hnrnv nn thv nrtnla ut nhnxnrnrlia ln'i13l!T Emu Plrrvnt nnr hrnntinn nnh rnlr thg hmiivanr! All hail! the qnvvn rmnvn nigh! Ehg nznrv gnzr rum' nrntrh 1'I,l'1' nu with grnrv. Uhg rhevrtnl mnilr innliv uni' vrntntir hrnrtn FEIFP, C911 thrill nz, inm,1irv nn with thg rnhinnt fnrv, Anhnrn-hnirvh qnvrn. rmnr nigh! gm, jg, lirnrhlv 41 Til 19 SHAMROCK 3 2 l?5:'9 - I-ll - 'Nm --4 ACTIVITIES P I ,,...----- ----l- XL VIX1. , X WWW- mi Q I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I 1 , J . ' p I BALL QUEEN or S'I1l3A'lfSZ 3 I I I II MA I , Ifs I I5 'Ev I Q SIIAMIQOCK 3? 'L' I I I I I I --fL1- - ACTIVITIES ---Q1 ,, ,,, XVALTER OTIS PENNELL Knight of Sf. 1J!lfI'iC'ln7 Szlnzma Klum Lnzulz' 19323 , . 1875. ell was born at Exeter, New Hampslnre Tanuarv 13, Waltei' Otis Penn . A P ' ' I l setts He received his education at the Phillips Exeter Academy and at Massacglg in Institute of Technology. He received his B. S. degree in Electrical Enguiee vvgsh- 1896. He is a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, Missouri Beta Chapter, and tie her of ington Universitv Chapter ot' the Socictv of The Sigma Xi. He was teac Ui- Electrical Engineering, Lafayette College, Easton, Pa., 1896-18985 .ASS1Stant neer, Bell Telephone Company' of Philadelphia, 1898-19023 Ellglneerf Amen. Telephone Sz Telegraph Company, Boston, Mass., 1902-1903g Chief Ellgineigigllz souri 8: Kansas Telephone Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 190349123 Bm g E ui Ji E " - . t' q Inent ngineei, Southwestern Bell Telephone Comp.-my, 1912-1916, Acfng Chief Engineer same 1 - - ' ' ' - . ent tune. , , 916 1918, Chief Engineer, same, 1918 until the p1CS - . . , V ' :WC been He is the inventor of a number of telephone L-lCVlC'CSa SOUR of liluchflh ematics widely used. He has written various articles lll Engmeeiing and 3 21 Journal. He is P' ' . , - f .ist President of the Engineers' Cluh of St. Louis, Piesidellf 0 St. Louis Electrical Bofnd of T d , . l -- L . ' ra e, Fellow hlemhcr ot A. I. E. E., inembei of Te 9 phone Pioneers of A ' , . . - Nlathe- merica, member of' American Mathematical SOC1CtY7 The I matical Association of Aineric I . - 9- . .tri0'fS a, nc.5 member ot Order of 1'O1lTldClS 1ll'lda71bgtpr of America QPast Historian Pa. Chap.jg Charter member, Civic League of C - V Groves, Mo. VV . . , . ,. Mr. e are indeed highly honored in having the opportunity to C0llfL1 011 Pennell the Ho -Q f - ' ' n01 try Degree of Ixmglit ot' St. Patrick, Summa Cum Laude' ef' A IQI . .. . .... . .... IQw 5H4MRQCKI ..... .32 1599 -4,QL uIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII,-I I- IIII-II III I I IIIIII III III I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.WW.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,I,mWm - I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III K f-- f-----A--- 'HHHIIIIIwwIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,,,,,,mmmWmmmum -'i:l'- ACTIVITIES Timm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-I IIIIIIVIIII IIIIIIIIIII,.IIII,IIIIIIIII,I,,,,,,,, Wmxw W WM M ,L-? I II II-II II IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII ,I IIIII II I IIIIIIIII.II.IIIIII GEORGE H. QUERMANN Knight of St. Patriclc Szmzma Cum Laude 1932 Mr. Quermann entered the Bell System in 1900 with the Bell Telephone Com- pany of Missouri. After serving in the mechanical and engineering departments, he transferred in 1909 to the Long Lines Department of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company as Division Supervisor of Equipment. After serving in I5h1S Capacity for five years, and for a similar period as Division Plant Engineer, he was appointed Division Plant Superintendent in 1919. In this position, which he now holds, with headquarters in St. Louis, he is responsible for the engineering, construction and maintenance of all telephone facilities, and the operation of special Services of the Long Lines Department of the American Tel. it Tel. Co. in the states of Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. He has been directly associated with the building of two of the transcontinental telephone routes through the central and southwestern parts of the United States, and supervised the installa- tion of the early telephone repeaters and carrier current telephone systems in the southwestern part of the country. Mr. Querniann has been very active in the A. l. E., having served as Chair- man of the St Louis Section and being a member at the present time of the National Sections Committee. He now represents the St. Louis Chapter of the A. I. E. E. on the Joint Engineering Council. He is also Chairman of the Speakers Committee of the St. Louis Electrical Board of Trade, an organization devoted to the advancement of the electrical industry in St. Louis. VVe are highly honored in having the opportunity to confer on Mr. Quermann the Honorary Degree of Knight of St. Patrick, Sunnna Cum Laude. T 5 I,III,II,, , ,,,,,,y,,. ,, ,,,,,,,I,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,I,,,,I,IIIII,I,,II,,,IIII,II,I,.IIIII.IIIIIIIIII III. II.IIIIIIII I I IIIii11IIIIIIIi-III'IIIII'4 "-I ' I I C! will I9 SHAMRQCIS ,IIIIIIII.IIII,I........ II.. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .ITN I -fia- 5 ACTIVITIES Mas. EDNA BYERS HOLT Lady of St. Patrick Summa Cum Laude 1932 Mrs. Edna Byfrrs Holtwas born in Fulton Missouri. She received her educa- 9 . Y - f tion in the Fulton Public Schools, lVilliam VVoods College, and the UIg1Wf31Li25g'1g' Missouri. Prior to 1928 Mrs. Holt was employed in the ofhce of Dr. tia 'med Brooks, then president of the University. 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" f ' f- i .1 -PM X632 .Af J "1 1f5' +.. . 4- X fZ'.....f-1.1-iw 4. 'Six-4 -- A-J-43' ' 511' fi ., -5+ .1 . '-fizf' X IA... 'A ' . , m,.:--..-- ge'-5 '-'--A "'fG .if J " . -- .f f .Effiffl "iff -if? -. 1 . " ' -- ""' ' 'i??:?2lf.:.. 3--f' ,-' 'W L I.. mf' fQ1.f ,+x -Trfifzf IJ ,M-E Fifg " MM. I I . .Av M Ng- . ,,.. . f :,.,v.:pp',lL?yg.i73fgg , V. . xl. . 6--' il. : its I -Ag -- mtv-5 .-109-f-sf-..q,:.. --4, -Q. hi. viz- H, ..'..J-,-Vggya x ,QU 1.v.,.j Ak- I- - -G., . f.1.s...-- 9- . ...r , .- umrwgu-as-4vnx-.,,,7,,-my vw", 5-,:gZf?r '.,,. ,,,4-.:,..., ...TQOKBE 5 1: A-,.:. ... fir, L,..:,21,L'g:J1,'2f:-,?q,:52g?,5j5g.4.i5:QiE2gg5-:L :... ..,,.,,4 . . . . , , ,..'-M. .. . . -E 'M ....,Q7Q-f-1- n".Eb,,x fvmfsn..-5 '-Q 1 2 Uhr 11? arultg A COLLEGE EDUCATION-WHAT IS IT? To be at home in all lands and agesg to count nature a familiar acquaintance and art an intimate friendg to gain a standard for the appreciation of other men's work and the criticism of your owng to carry the keys of the world's library in your pocket, and feel its re- sources behind you in whatever you undertakeg to make hosts of friends among the men of your own age who are to be leaders in all Walks of life 3 to lose yourself in generous enthusiasms and cooperate with others for common ends-this is the offer of the college for the best four years of your life. -WILLIAM DEWITT HYDE. 1 V , l , ACTIVITIES Editorials THE Poss IBILITIES OF AN ENGINEERING EDUCATION DEAN E. J. RICCAUSTLAND AMROCK I said, "In spitenof the general industrial depression attendance is normal and the qualifications of the students quite up to the previous standards. No special difiiculty was experienced last spring in finding places for our graduates in spite of the business and industrial depression at that time well under way and threatening even more depressed levels." In the 1931 SH This year, the industrial depression continuing, attendance is somewhat less but the quality of the student body is fully up to what we are pleased to call our standard. Considerable difficulty was experienced in June, 1931, in finding places for our graduates and even at the beginning of the present calendar year some are still without employment. The prediction of "more depressed levels" has been fully realized but there is no evidence of discouragement. .The college and its graduates have faith in the future and hope that out of the experience of the Fall of 1929 Ameri ' d can in ustry and the American people will insist on recasting the industrial system in a manner to avoid entirely or to materially reduce such wide fluctuations ' tl in ie demands for the products of industry. We are, as never before, in intense industrial competition with the whole civilized world. We have exploited our own natural resources to the limit of their possibilities and are now suddenly confronted with the fact that the late unprecedented era of prosperity was not so much due to our industrial wisdom as to the extent of our natural resources which were freely bestowed upon honest citizen and exploiter alike. Our industrial leaders are now in a more sober and less selfish state of mind and have even suggested possible means of improving the situation by schemes which only a few years ago would be characterized as bolshevistic, communistic or out- rageously paternal. The public mind is now more teachable in reference to industrial problems, and students in engineering are profiting by the increased interest in industrial development and the wider vision of its possibilities. The College provides oppor- tunity for special study in this field not only by requiring courses in economics but in providing special courses in the more intimat fi ld f e e of business relations under the direction of Professor Rubey. I 1 11 1111 I ISHAMIROCK iw ..,....y. .. I ...... 1 ..... ......... ......... I .III ..... I I I III III IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II IIIIIIII WJ I I Q I -451 Z.,..l. 1 uma., ., 1, , is .ii it-Hui. uiwmuuwmmuuuumuummmu-Hummuwmiumunumui Hi i i H Hi H i H H H HHIH 1 H D E P R E S S I O N PROFESSOR HARRY K. RUBEY The assumption that this is a bad time to graduate and to begin a career is probably fallacious. ' 1 Operating efliciencies and management are now necessarily better than in pros- perous times and the sound and rigorous training of the newly graduated engineer will 'pay dividends in the long run. Industry expands more rapidly immediately following a deflation than at any other time and engineers in a growing organization are forced upward by the newer employees who must enter at the bottom. This was evident after the panic of 1907. Considerable data indicate that mend who- reach the top generally enter their lifefwork immediately and do not change from one thing to another to "try them out." P, A, temporary connection to "tide over the depression" may be a bread and butter necessity and is certainly better than nothing, yet you should not drift into it without a determined effort to secure your chosen occupation. Doubtless the entering salary must receive less consideration than is normally accorded it. ' .N .-All of this suggests that you should decide what you want to do and what you are iitted to do-then go after the permanent connection immediately. Postpone- ment seldom improves such a decision. Many older men are as undecided as are you. Although suitable openings are scarce, they do exist and carry with them un- usual opportunities for ultimate success. Engineers now enter a great variety of occupations and it is possible that you are considering too narrow a Held of ac- tivity. THE ENGINEERING METHOD PROFESSOR R. VV. SELVIDGE K The engineer is a practical man of science. 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The primary aim of engineering educa- tion is to develop such habits of procedure. The sublject matter .in the courses con- stitutes the more or less useful tools of the profession, but these will be of little value unless we establish as a Iixed habit the engineering approach to problems. The engineer does not rely upon experimental data alone. He examines his problems in order to determine the requirements and analyzes the situation to dis- cover the controlling factors, conducts experiments, if necessary, to verify this analysis or evaluate these factors, formulates a plan of procedure, and organizes his resources in such a way as to perform the task with the least expenditure of energy. If the engineering student fails to acquire this habitual method of ap- proach to problems, he will never rise above a minor position in the p1'ofession. AFTER GRADUATION, WHAT? PROFESSOR J. R. LORAH The man obtaining a professional training at this time will soon be forced into competition with many others having a similar or even broader and better training. T I I . . . . . . o meet suci competition he must continue his process of learning until such time as he retires from active work. Only a portion of his increase in knowledge can be obtained during working hours, however, and his choice of leisure time activities after graduation will depend on the Held of work entered. The purely technical aspects may still attract him, and while scientific knowledge and the art of applying such knowledge to the improvement of our material wants has progressed very rapidly in the last quarter century, the developments in the next quarter centu1'y will undoubtedly eclipse that of the preceding period. The highly trained man who has shown his ability i-n applying scientific principles will continue to lead in such work. Those oun ry as o ier important problems which will demand the services of trained men-the problems of adjustment between men and machines, the problems of distribution of materials and products, the problem of educating our people and business leaders as to the possibilities and limits of ' -' ' i i engineering applications and of the wider range of serv- 1065 I I ' ' ' ' g are prepared to offer. These problems will necessitate close contact between the engineer and the general public and all m 1 i 1 en wio expect to come in contact with people of non- technical training must be able to unde t d ' . rs an their viewpoint and to present tech- nical facts and solutions of technical problems in such a manner that these people will not onl f d - - I 5 UU Clstand, but appreciate them. This ability will not come with- out practice and suitable traini . T ' ' ' hlsl reading h' t ng 0 acquire it the technical man must regulate hn I 1 as . iS. CXt1'a-curricular and post-graduation activities, and perhaps even IS S0?1?i activities. As time passes he will thus gradually attain the broad training and viewpoint which is so essential in making later life a success. whose interests lie outside of this field realize that this c t h tl w uc i men with engineering trainin my III I 11 11 1111 11 111 I 1 1111111 11111 1 111111 I 1 I ............. .... . . ... ...... .... . . ..... ..... .. . II.. .,1I2?ffP ,,N, M LQ, X ..-T, - L XX Q, ACTIVITIES "'i::"' ,L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,x,-xx , ,,,,, , , , ,, , 1 V 1 , 1 1 f v s 2 2 2 QCQK ' s , ' ' . . if 2 . ..49.. 1 U . ni., it ,V iii: num nm' wivwinwwwmlm1inmvmmnmmiiwmiimmmiiii-mfiwimw w w ww M HW I' 1W"""HH"""""'1 HHH 1 1.11, -vim wi "' mmmim-ww im-1. ii i iii vl-,iii . -lli-' i iiiw1iii,iwii,i ,W.w iiWiiiwillwww-wiwnizm M H, ,,,,,, ,, . mimimmvim11mwmiim-mwimmiuwuuuniimnimimiimiimumiii ui www-in ii Hmm in 1: it '- THE ENGINEER-LAWYER FOOTBALL GAME R. CUNNINGHAM--- ---full back L. BUELLH ---- - ---half back R. RICKETTS .... ----half back J. LARS0N--- ---quarter back B. HYDE -.-. -- ---- --left end VV. STEGNER ---- .... Z Gft 131101616 R. R1DDLE--- ---- left guard P. VVATSON ---. ------ e enter B. GoWIN--- -... right guard C. HUNTRESS--- ---- right tackle J. CEBE --..- ------ 7 'ight end Substitutions: H. OcHs, R. RICGIRL, N. MAssU, C. YUEGER, R. QUISENBERRY, L. KETCHUM, B. JOHNSON, and J. CRUM. The Engineers played and outplayed a lawyer team composed of the yearls outstanding freshmen, on December 12, 1932, only to lose 12-O. One lawyer actually played part of the game. The Engineers completely outclassed the opponents, driving through their line, time after time, for long gains, and always stopping their attack quickly. But luck stepped in and allowed the opponents to intercept two of our passes and run for a touchdown each time. The Engineers may well be proud of their team in spite of the defeat, because every man played with all his might and deserved to win. Between halves the lawyer hand came on the field and attempted to form a large "LH but was forced to retire to the side lines under a heavy barrage of lemons and eggs. One missel, an over-ripe egg, struck in the bell of the cornet and silenced it for the remainder of the afternoon. The only other casualty reported was that another henfruit struck the bass horn, they immediately called time out while they mixed and drank an eggnog. The so-called lawyer team retired to the west end of the field at the half and was served tea?P???????'? Perhaps next year victory will come to the deserving team and we will get our gaboon back again. ff' f 1 sb ' I 9 Sl-IAMROCK 3 2 . FTXQ - L , ..,...,, ,i.,..,....,.,..,,,....,,,.,... . ....,....,,..,...,,,i,.,...,.,.,.,,..,,.,,.i.,..,.,,,.,.,..,...,...,...,.. . ..,... ,,......, ..,.,..,,.,,,.,,...,.,.....,,..,,,. 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IFEEL, LIKE: I HAD e1.sPT ON A 524 lL.EOFTlN A SANS I lhhwf - -Q - Ill-III! muuluunmuull lj if 6 ,u' 'U : Bus Love swaps BETWEEN MATTrefs5K.5PrauNs5 NEW vsAes'Evs Nw.w,m..,H ,.,., M ,,,, u,,w', 1 ,, , 1 ,,,, , ,,,,, , ,, .1,,,,,, M ,,,,: W , ,j , , ,N ,U ,1 M U., ,X ,mm 1, W ,, ,wm- X A ,X GUN N, NNNNN N NNN NNNN N ' NNN N N NNN 32 M2320 , h55... Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. 141 Oct. 16 Oct. 1 9 BLARNEY Our Calendar Registiatlon Signing up for all the couises we hope to pass The old giind staring us in the face Iirst Meeting of the lzngmeeis Club Rindill is piesident wields the gay el, and We stut on 'mother yen The Dem delixeis his annual speech to the Freshmen and other Engineers Freddie Horne appeais weaimg lns green shut Prof Glax gets fx ticket fo1 double parking Because he 1S the fiist otlendei, he gets by with a wuning The Engineeis Club smoker. Ice cie-im and cig-us m-1l'e some mem- bers forget their homesickness. Denton's Birthday. It is discovered that when Davis K. Jackson looks through a transit, he must hold his other eye shut with his hand. Some guy, he keeps his eyes open. M. D. Mitchell pulls up the benchmark out behind the Ag barns. If Piggy had been there, he would probably have killed snakes with the level rod. Oct. 21 Oct. 29 Nov. 41 Dr. Tarr speaks before the Engineers' Club. Even if he is a geologist, he knows some swell stories, and everyone laughed 'till their sides ached. He can eclipse the mighty Horne. Denton goes to an A. S. M. E. meeting. Cause-Gray spoke on eleva- torsg desired effect-to get a grade in Heat A. Buell and "Little VVeinie', try to run the Scabbfird and Blade men oil' the mounds with the results that they themselves get the chase. i l ri ii rrrrrr A 6 liQxSj4llw !IIIW!INNN!yINN Kiwqxxix 1 WWIXNNN WWINNN ,YNNN WIXNN XWXNNN W Wxxxx X,IKXX,XiliyXX,yl,Xyh,,N,NN,,,K,,,k,,i,,,N,,,, ,,A,,,,, , , , , , , , ,,,, ,,,,, .Nl .liz-. BLARN EY Nov, 6 Pi Tau Sigma Convention. Nov. 11 The Freshmen- !??!8:,i" smart alecs-try their hand at painting and have the pleasure of washing off' the buildings and sidewalks. Nov, 13 A revenge is attempted upon the l"rcshmen by certain unknown parties and a battle royal ensues on Stewart Bridge. Certain Kappa Sigs have some fancy work embroidered on their scalps. Nov. 144 Homecoming is here and some engineers and old grads have a real time. Nov. 16 A sprained wrist is in evidence, probably the Sunday chickens got a ' Wrist lock on that wrestler. Nov. 17 Heat A Quiz-much griping is heard. Nov. 18 Eight-weeks-grades notices posted. 501 of the school is delinquent. The heavier schedule is sure raising the average. Nov. 19 Fore and Varney try to borrow vacuum pump from Physics Dept. Nov. 24 Gray starts his showsg now to catch up on all that lost sleep. Nov. 25 Thanksgiving vacations. . Nov. 29 "Pest" Gundleiinger tries his hand at religion. He's so pure l1e'S eight shades lighter than White. NOV- 30 'iD0g" Gaebler and Hull have a grand time on the train coming back from vacation. You would have thought they owned the Columbia branch. DCC- 9 Green glove movement is started by Shepherd. D . f rr - rx . ec 11 P. C. McManama and Stinkey Davis spend the week-end at Rolla- Mac is trying his best to get "Stinkey" to go to Rolla the 2nd semester. ec 12 Alpha Chi Sigma gives a dance for members. It looked like a m1n1atu16 edition of St. Pat's Ball, Dec. 15 Iles Bates and Vai-Hey make Tau Beta Pi 1,0 tlll H 1 it it 1 1 1 1 1 it . Q3 eil I M llll. T... ......., . i .9 .... .... v .p5HPgMRyOyCyK 32 WW W My W l.JX.J -583 l KA?-A 3 w I wwwwwww ww ww w wwww w. wwwww ww, . , ww w w w , wwww wwww www w ww w www w www,, Y w 45, ,, w Y ' . 'x H W N wwwwlwl L? w- Qww w L' .. 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His technique belies his long study of the subj ect. A Holmberg and Owens were embarrassed by a lady who thought the C. E. Labs were ia the basement of the Engineering Building. All hope of green gloves ever arriving is given up. VVeinbach explodes Zekiis new theory of free electricity and tells him to go back to Turkey. Dick Edwards turns over. He hasn't learned to drive a good car yet- Jo-Jo joins the Prince of VVales Club and picks out a soft place to land. Denton fumigates. Cason fumigates. Shamrock goes to press. Thank Gawdl Shamrock is distributed. Staff is in hidino' . O. 3 1 N .www ,mum iiviiwai 1 ,. .. 1, ,H .M .M U, ,ii ww, an H H ,,,,,, , ,, , , ... .............. . H ..... y Q2 MFDQQ 1111 Brute + . Iwwwfuwllu-ww iw- w.iww..u ww W-,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,mW -- 1 iw1mmmiluvilniiimimmummummm mmm mwwww, ii H , . ,W .. ii www M i.u.1i.W.im The U gliest Man in Our College RESULTS BUELL -- ---- 76 Holmberg --- ----58 Hudson ..... .... 4 0 Gundlefinger '--- ----14+ Austin Q-- .... 13 Gray .-,- ,,.. 1 O Ambruster .... --- 9 Jo-Jo Johnson ---.. --- 7 Cebe -....... --- '1- VV'harton -- --- 3 Lewis W. BUELL On October 4, 1910, in Monroe City, Missouri, was born into this world a man destined to become in his mature life the joy and pride of every engineer, and a world authority on wo1'ds not in Webster. The Engineers are happy to announce that Lewis VVood Buell has also been tendered the honor of being the ugliest man in the College of Engineering. His entire education was secured in the Vandalia Public Schools. His early childhood was spent in a rural community and at an early age, he was really .a prodigy, he learned the language of the Arkansas Razorback. He can speak this language as fluently as he can English. W "Onkey" VVeinbach won the election by a substantial margin,.but beCauS6 of his ability as a psychoanalyst and his eager desire for the honor, it was felt 'Chat he had an unfair advantage over his opponents and was disquahhed. Prof. Gray gathered ten votes from his Heat A boys. , Prof. Wlia1'ton gathered three votes from the Electricals in Power Plant C1355- e ceHiff SHAMPROCKQPQQTP5.2 QHTFDG BLARNEY The Tale of L. E. Mentz Said Cal C. Umm to Silly Kate, "If you will marry me, Thus we'll cement our future fate- Ca SiO3.H 'Twas long ago in time and space, Before or land or nation Had made on earth's then lurid face Their great transfiguration. Right reverend Nick L. Arsenate Performed the ceremony, Each substance in atomic weight lVas there, e'en Aunty Mony. His dad was there, old C. Z. Umm, A rare old fellow he, And scintillating Ray D. Umm, The youthful prodigy. Free elements d The starry constellations, But now weyre here to analyze Their many combinations. id thus comprise YVe take CaSiO3 And HCl beside, And get H,SiO,, And calcium chloride. But now poor Cal has lost his lmate, He said it made him blue, F I D - or ie d seen heaven with Silly Kate, And now he'd Cl, 2. Then his calcareous heart did wane And threaten to be la 'd, p ci Doc I. O. Dine used but in vain His periodic acid. W'e introduce now BaO J An ox-eyed creature he - J Who makes with Silly Kate. you know, BaSiO3. 7.....i.,i.,mu Wu. Mil.. ........................ 1 ..... ....... ... .. .... S.HfAMfiOCki i iiii H625 32 it 'IRQ QV iin-nm1im1mlmin-infiiwiiiwwmliwi-W-1iwwwwiww, H, M MW M! .. in im imwiim miiimii ii , 1- ii 1 ww, ,,. ,WW M M , , No substance can predict its fate With chemists smart or dumb, For now we see that Silly Kate Has gone to- bury Umm. ,Twas Cal's last wish that Silly Kate To him would yet be plighted, He trusted that some future date Would see them re-united. So we, too, find at every turn, Life's unsuspected jest: In life's great test-tube we must learn To bravely stand the test. And when we leave those whom we love, For that great life to come, Have faith weill meet them there above, Like poor old Cal C. Umm. THEO. BROMEEN, alias W. J. KROEHLE. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FROM ECONOMICS H. Gunneysack Brown: Wlhat is a trust company? . Francis: It is a bunch of trained economists who have gotten together to rook the public. .,, ..l-.,- H. G. B.: What is an investment bank? . Francis: If a company has a lot of old worthless stock which they cannot sell, they turn it over to an investment bank to sell to the public. ,-i AND SOME NOTES FRO-M ECONOMICS H. Gunneysack Brown: Now A can't use a barn for amusementC??j, yet he craves amusement. H. G. B.: Some must make their living by picking cherries. 1.- Where was Onkey the night before the A. C. finals??????? Why studying with Buell, of course. OH YEAHH!! .l- Gilbert, with a bottle of Scotch, was knocked down by a car. He felt some- thing warm run down his chest and said, "OH, GAVWD! I hope it's blood. H- l'll"llllllll It llllllllill I llll llll it lllll llll llll llil I' I lili HMVSJQ Gflili ...,........ .... .... . P ....... . .... .... ......... ........ i '- E QL ID , i 'I ,1l.i-....l-1- BLARNEY C' YEQS X2 - " 'A z I 9 ' ,. Q ,M ,, ,R .fx ,. wif,-mkfqgb frifv. f ' f"f'W'.-'K ,,f8',Q2:e5'.4fFg,q?xWg,A5w ,V 4, K. 4-.J f r ' r kv 3 lx 513' A 5 g A. ' .M ' . 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Denton Nobody loves a fat man, But he saves you many Z1 jar, Because a fat man certainly makes I Good ballast for F1 car. J wen! ! ! I Q A TSHAMROECKAAT A ee rr r 2 rrrrrrrlrttrrttrrrrtrrr E399 A -65- I 1111 1 1 11 111111114111111111111111,11111111111111111111111.11111111111111 1 111114111111111111114111111111111.1111111111111111111111111 11 1111111 111 1 1111111 1 1 11111111-1111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111 111 1 11 HW' 1-ll-..... - Q ADVERTISEMENTS WG? WESTINGHOUSE HEATING APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS G. E. WASHING MAGHIN ES JOHN L. PLATT Electric Shop Kelvimufor Electric Refwlgemtfion PHONE 5318 17 S. NIN1-H ST. TYPEWRITER SERVICE Co. Typewriters Cleaned ASC Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed 22 N. 9th St. Phone 6237 IIIIIIIII IIIIIII RADKESTORESCO. EIGHTH 8: BROADWAY QUALITY MERCHANDISE F If Pay-V To Pay Caxh at Radleeir OR LESS 1111,1111,1111.1111111111111111111111'1111-11 1 1 x I 1 111111. 11111111111H1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111111111, mrnnnnnn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII I 1 1111111 11111111111 1111 H 11111 1.1111 1111 1111 111111 1 1 1 3 2 112550 O ' , , , M mi ww ,ww www-mivmwmuwwm.Www,mww w,m,wwww-wI ,N 3,,,,,,,,,-1 wi "' ' I ii 1 1 H I- Iww,wwm.-Mm Um, 1 iw , i ii ii A e-1+ I wwmwwwi, I i, N , , 1i,,,ww1,iC WHEN YOU THINK OF GOOD EATS go to the DIXIE CAFE 11 SOUTH STH The Food You VViII Like to Eat at the Price You IVH1 Like to Pay. I - ,516 F 'M gf ffff J! I IIC fff 215, -Q Q 11, en -n si 1 Z L. A 53. I I I aj? ' LINDSEY'S JEWELERS Gifts That Last O P1 5621 918 Broadway lone qyfljlf I 9 SHAMRQQIS iiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiii.i 9 iiii iiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 'EQ I -67- 1 mwmww 11 mi IIQW to annoy or pm-plex you. 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"life grofw our own" .2659 ' MLMBER A , D, DIAL 4191 FOR SERVICE EONDED CARRIERS STORE GREENHOUSES SAFETY FIRST 16 S, 9th West Blvd. 85 Ash COURTESY I PHONE 6219 "J Thinking Frllofw Calls for II Yellow" Instead, Reach for a Shilaleigh: YOU Will find 110 USNARKSH Af GIVANQQ DELICATESSEN "OHM OCC21SlO11i1lly one will muscle 111, 15 long euouvh t 5' so disturb your digestioll, OT curdle Your coke." ff'-P llll M lllllll'l 'llll'lll l'lll'lll 'llllll A A lllll A ' AI A A Dsl IlTl IsTl Tl lllllll rQ 5HAMgQQK 32 Ref? -css- E545 .,,. Wm, N H, ,-,mlm mm ,www-,wwM,mmvw-,unwwmwumwww.-1m1,.1.www w,.wwwTT"' 'T 1 H mm lm H nw ww H mm- H T T1 mx ww, M- wwuwmmw,1wmTuwu ...--- ADVERTISEMENTS -l m H W ,M ,T-Hwww. m,m,w.W,wwwwwwmmwuwT,,.1wlmmTTTwuwNTTwwmmvmwwwmM-www-T-, vm-Wm-w..w,-, T - St. Patrick was an E11gT11QG1' Wesley Blackmore was your Photographer. 9l0aT Broadway ' HEN CAUGHT COPYING H5,47- REPORTS LZN EE UONGHALANT ,..X flll Oh' rf kk T lllliif-EXW gvglnrllu lllllllll llllllll How c.ouL,D wc. E.Na1NEE1aS PASS' WlTHouT IT' THE BOONE COUNTY TRUST COMPANY COLUMBIA, M0- Ofmo Motto: , . nit f. . Se1'v1ee i0 Clwtomels and Commu 5 "7 oo ooooo ooooooooo T ooooooooo oooooooo ooooooooo T T TTTT T TTTT T To ooooooo TTTT T TTT TTTTTTTTT T T T TTTTT TTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT 3 TTTTTT'TTTTT We I9 TTTT T TTTTT TTTTT ft -eo- l, ADVERTISEMENTS -4- PECK DRUG COMPAN.Y WH1TM,xN's AND STOVEIVS laL'Nc:A1,ow CYANIJIES ,1ie.nAKs, S121 Iwliflll XG 11001 ms SII12l1'l' iw Aulel1e11lically Styled New Spring F O O T XV E A R In new :Price Ranges +3.50 S8 at XVhere Your Dollars buy MORE YQUR SI-IAMROCK NEGATIVES are on flle at PARSONS, STUD10 fl ' 'N ' ' ffx f w'f1l 4 M32 E745 .ww.,,,,. ,, N M! ,, ,, , N N Y HW. 1 Y W , W., Y-w,,,,,,f F5 ADVERTISEMENTS T Wg KNIGHT'S MISSO URI THEA TRE B UILDING lVl191'G the fellows buy who like to look their best at prices they Want to pay. SUITS FURNISHINGS P.:.P0"T ww HAT A WHALE F! FE or A Dlrfeesnce F- 13 Jusr A Few .F E, SENSE MAKE W E' E E-E Dial 5428 710 Conley Avenue Expert Shoe Repairing BRAsELToN's SHOE REBUILDERS W, H. BRASELTON FRED BRASELTON i WALTER UACKQ BR,xsEl,'1'oN WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED rw l ll SHAMROCK V32, ooo me I C3 l L! ! N , N M 1 le .E Hmmoumzmuvwovlmwvwxvowmmmm-mm11mmnmummmmumuwmm1mmvmmammmummmmmmwmmmwwwwmmvm-wmvmmwm-mm -1 mov-uwmm-vowwwmmwwommlm --,.,-.1-i ,,... ,.. GAEBLER'S BLACK 8a GOLD INN Central Missourfs Newest and Most Modern Cafe Music Every Afternoon and Evening Adjoining GAEBLEMS BLACK Sn GOLD INN is GAEBLER'S CLUB DINER open all night CONLEY' AVENUE COLUMBIA, MO. GEORGE WOLF SHOE REBUILDER Boone County Bank Building 9 SOUTH STH STREET COLUMBIA, M0- TIGER LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Co. "The Tiger Caofft Be Beat" P V hone 4106 On Broadway at 1101 will TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1 T TTT Ttttttt tttTt ttttt t s 112512 .-7Q.- 3 I I- - iw. Wir. -W,.W,,Wv.......,.W.,H,, ADVERTISEMENTS WE ARE BACK OF YOU STUDENTS ' T THE CENTRAL DAIRY Wfhen you want the best dairy products see that you get CENTRAL. History Teacher: 6'Wl1CfC did We get our first calendar?" Johnny: "The Central Dairy, I guess." EXTRA!! HOVV EDVVARDS VVRECKED HIS CAR! EXTRA!!! He rounded the bend close to forty. A sudden skid, and the car overturned. They found themselves sitting together, unhurt, alongside the completely wrecked car. He put his arm lovingly about her Waist, but she pulled it away.- "It's all very nice,,' she sighed, "but wouldn't it have been simpler to run out of gas ?" Gilbert: Come on, Red, and let's go see Greta Garbo in "Mata Hari." Clark: Naw, I can't study after I see Greta Garbo. 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H A Scotchman was engaged in an altercation with the conductor of a bus. It g seems the Scotchman believed the fare was five cents and the conductor insisted l on eight cents. After a long, drawn out argument the conductor became disgusted, and seizing the Seotchmanis suitcase, threw it oif just as the bus was passing over 1 a brid 'e which crossed a stream. The suitcase landed with a loud s lash. ' l 3 P "Mon!" screamed the Scotchman, "Isn't it enough that you try to overcharge I me, but now you must drown my little boy." I - Then there was the Scotchman who bought a Ford and married a woman who l had gas on her stomach. R 1 y l Then there was the Scotchman who had a dime and made it look like a dollar. l T And think of the two Scotch brothers who took presents to the king. . y g . T And Hnally the two Scotchmen who had the red underwear and the dollar watch l . ., . ,A ls 1 l 2 Compliments of l T 3 l Q T J. M. CREBER 1 V "'llil ll 'klll" lllil l'l'llll'll' l ll lllll ll lllll'll 'll'll'lllllllll'l' llllliil llll' llll"' ' l ' l'l'll T l l lll' l"'ilii'l'l 1 , Qrkillyyyyyy yyyyy yyyyyyyy 3 yy yy SHAMROCK 3 2 123-9 L5 11111-1111111111111111111-11111 11 111 11 111 111- 11- 11 --1111111 1111 11 1 1 11 11 111111111 1 1 1 111 11 11111 11-11111 11.1 1 111 111 11.1,1.. 1 .,,,,,,. 1 1 1111 1.1111.1111 ADVERTISEMENTS -3- THE CO-OP vVl16l'G a1 complete line of text books, School Supplies, drawing instruments, and athletic goods are carried. Take advantage of the 13W'7b Profit Sharing Dividencls which are issued for all Purchases. . Trade at The Stuclentfs Store Basement Jesse Hall I: I- I- I- I' I- l I- I- I' I' I' I' I! I' I- I' I' I' I' ll I' I' ll I I' I- ll I' I: I' I' -l -I 1 l I I " H ARRI ' " I I I I I I I I I I I- I- '- 'Where Missouri Men 85 Womeii Meet 85 Eat '- l- '- I l - I In '- I :- HARRIS' CAFE ,: ll ' I l I- '- l-1l4 South Ninth A. A. lWILLARD, IVIg1'.:- I- - '- . l I- And By the Way Fellows he's an Engineer I- ! '- l I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll nnnllullllll lllllllllllllllll 1111 1111111 1 ..11 11,1 1 1 1 111111111 11111111.1 .11111111 11i.11111111.1...111 1 1 1 11 11 11 VX 1 If 1 Ugsill, ,s111111111 1111 111111 I 1 1111 11111 1 1 1111 1 1111111111 1111 1 ?121 1lfDQ ' -75- -inW.ww.ym.1w u..r,1u.,,.iu.i.u1u.... .W i- . 1. -i lu,,,,r..m..w.u.i f our www u www, imuumwmuuuuuu umm mu ww, ir. 1 1 1 """" ,,l,l.-l-1 1 ADVERTISEMENTS iii DIAI4 3114 CDORNIHLEUDTLAUNDRY amz DRY CLEANING co. SUITS DRESSES. CVER-C CATS CLEANED AND PRESSED Any Plain Crarrnent Cleaned and Pressed for 31.00. It is rumored about that when Luckey and Ranilow went to the burlesque in Kansas City they thought, when intermission came, the show was over, and they went home. Prof. LaRue: Why do We call iron as it comes from the blast furnace pig iron? Wise Sophomore: Because its dirty and unrefined. When Ryan, Martin, and Hancock went to K. C. they were just three country boys in the big city. Dick Martin also says he likes to be kissed. Esrinstisrinn 1810 TAYLOR Music 8: FURNITURE Co. NIN'1'PI 8a CHERRY Srs. PIIONE 3156 E, U i'ii'i P it P P P P or . o frilly yyyy M yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy n yyyyy F2 yyyy yyyy SHAMROCK 3 2 5,0 l l I I if 1,- - 11 1 l "L Q50 pppppgpppppp Mp p ADVERTISEMENTS -T Q Fraternity Jewelers VVe specialize in manufacturing special emblems and pins. Estimates and designs furnished upon request. Your mail orders are solicited. J. A. BUCHROEDER 85 CO. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS 1015 BIOBCIWZIY 410 Louderman Bldg Columbia Mo. Sr, Louis, MO, I AN ODE TO PEPPER l We engineers all write quite bad, So Peppy tells his "Fresh," lVe use our English like we had Never learned the rules, by gosh. He tells us time and time again I The proper use of Wordsg But then it seems we've made no gain, We write just like the herds irlesque . 'er, and furnace at three 3156 l When papers we do write in class, As Pepper tries us out. But We all hope he lets us pass. QHe will without a doubt?j For don't you see, how could he tell I Just how things might turn outg He might get us next term!! C011 Hellj Would that not make him sl1out! l F oUT-oE-TOWN HEADQUARTERS HERE Q IS 4 THE TIGER HOTEL The Hotel of Home service - - where there is no such thmg l as a, stranger eeiiliiii l ll The SHAM'i5CKfii ii3i tiiiiiQlI?35fj 5 iiii iiiiiiiii ,iii E .E it --- ADVERTISEMENTS , Q Wmiimma WI'I1iRl:' ST. P.-17' BU YS HIS BOOKS AND SUPPLIES WWEmmWQf E W g MISSGURI STGRE CG. 1 Olfllnsilc' l'11r'1'm'.wr'l,11 ,l,l.1H'lI1'.l1 COLUMBIA . M ISSOUNI X u fi - .+LQi,T:, KYAZ V- f i VV ff"W , . . U V' EEEEEEEE E F9 SHAMRQQK 32 lm? van - 111,1111 11111111111111-11,1111,111 ,W ,1,1,,, ,,,, W , , , 1 -11 1 111 1,1 -1111111111111,-11111111111111111111111111111.111 1111111111 11111111111111111.111 1 1 . ADVERTISEMENTS -Eg 1"1111'1' 11 11 1 1 -1 11- 1. 11. ,,, ' 111111-1111111.11111.11111.1111111.1111111111111111,1111 1 111 1 1 X GUNDELFINGEQ PBEACHES DUPING CHRISTMAS VACATION E 3 W' SAVE 200 ON EACH DQLLAR- CASH-CARRY DRY CLEANING CAMPUS VALET CLEANERS GENTRY-CONLEY AVE. PHONE 4424 QEEQQQUW ' 131g4A M ii6 c: K 32 1I?5J9 .11, 11.1 1 1111 1? 1111 1111 1111111 1 L ..79... I rrrrtr tt tiiiii!3?f3 t I ADVERHSEMENTS , ,,-,..l.L-l- Wesay . .. Youaskvvhy. S G AT That's easy! From a theoretical standpoint: From a scientific standpoint g From 3 business standpoint: IT AYS T0 SHO AT DENNEY 'Sl Because: We buy in large quantities from the source of supplyi We concentrate on few numbers, and buy these numbers f1'0lll few sourcesg We exercise the most rigid economies, and sell on the very lowest "Mark-up" consistent with good business. 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