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OSCAR X7ANP ELT STOUT Executive Dean Dean of the College of Engineering IRVING SAMUEL CUTTER, HSC., M.D. I Dean of the College of Medicine 'W1i,1.lAM GRANGER PIASTIKGS Dean of the College of Law RUFUS ASHLEY LYMAN EDGAR ALBERT BURNETT, B.Sc. Dean Of the College Of Phf1fmaCY Dean of the College of Agriculture GEORGE WASHINGTON ANDREWV LUCKEY, Ph.D. CHARLES FQRDYCE, Ph,D. Dean of the Graduate College of Education Dean of the Teachers' College MARY CATHERINE GRAHALJ, A.B. VANCIL IQELSQ GREER Dean of Women Regxstrar 11 GREETING The University of Nebraska is now in the midst of a period of great physical develop- ment. The city campus is expanding from the original eleven acres to a tract of nearly forty acres. A group of noble buildings are in the process of erection. VVe are free from outward attacks or inward strife. The temple of Janus is closed. The times present a challenge to the students. It is sometimes said that brick and mortar do not make men, women or scholars. Are we to have enlarged oppor- tunities without correspondingly great achieve- ments on the part of the student body? I believe the Cornhusker family will answer vigorously Uno." The attitude ofthe student body towards all that is highest and best in University life will correspond to the material advancement that the state is now providing for you and those that are to come after' you. S. AVERY ' 1 i m i 4 l i l 1 2 : ",',4" -V A '- ' 11- 1- .' Hi f .f nl f-My Lf Hr- x- a- --M , 1--Nw -1' f 5 2 ' k W' Q? , L - 4 I Mwmfp, 'LM img" Yixrl -'-'34, ,X 5,1 1' bb v x I ra r ,- VT-f 'I A-, M-, I ' 1 L r 4' A5 JJ PTF? ' A 1 P 1 . , Y W" ,J - 1 Q f' W :TQ I-43 gif-Kg 1 - 1 6 -- EN ig . lx SSQQEIQ5 fp" jr-ug - 4.5 "X - QT 'i W5 i Z' S, -,sr-:J 1' 6,4 1 F-,ILL is -N 5 ' 'i a Y :Z 4 N 3+ ' - e -' ' 2' , , -- 4 L: 1,3 1. if I W I - i ' '- Q - ,X :f 2 -is 1 - , e - 1 E I W- ? F fl M 3 1- .. L Q , 1 ,, ' ! 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BRADFORD, HARRY' ELWYN, A.B., Professor of Secon- dary Agricultural Education and Principal of the School of Agriculture CHead of Department of Secondary Agricultural Educationj 3230 Starr street. BRENKE, WILLIAM CHARLES, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics, 1250 South Twenty-first street. BRIDGMAN, JUDD NOBLE, M.S., Associate Professor of Ctivil Engineering, 1909 South Twenty-seventh s ree . BROCK, PIENRIETTA IXICELROY, Instructor in China Painting, School of Fine Arts, Melick Court. BROWN, NIARY-ELLEN, B.Sc., Instructor in Home Economics, 3321 R street. BROTVNELL, HERBERT, B.Sc., Professor of Sciences in Secondary Education CHead of Department of Sciences in Secondary Educationl, 2434 Q street. BRUNER, LAWRENCE, B.Sc., Professor of Entomology and Entomologist of the Experiment Station CI-Iead of Department of Entomologyb, 2314 South Seventeenth street. BUCK, PHILO MELN'IN, JR.,A.M., Professor of Rhetoric, 1825 Pepper avenue. BULLOCK, FLORA, A.M., Assistant Professor of English in the School of Agriculture, Thirty-sixth and Y streets. BIILLOCK, THEODORE T., A.M., Assistant Instructor 1D Economics and Commerce, 549 North Twenty- fifth street. BUNTING, ALBERT EGGLETON, Assistant Professor of Practical Mechanics, 2045 D street. CALDWELL, HOWARD WALTER, A.M., Professor of American History PHGHG of Department of American Historyl, 1919 E street. CALVIN, .JOHN WILLARD, B.Sc., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 644 North Thirty- CsecOndAstreet. T ANDY, -LBERT JUTHER, Ph.D., Professor of ltiathematics, 1003 H street. Pure CHAMBERBAIN, IVIAY, A.M., Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, 2730 Q street, CHASE, LEON WILSON, AE., Professor of Agricultural Engineering CHead of Department of Agricultural Engineeringj 1245 North Thirty-third Street. 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CORBIN, LEILA FRANCES, Instructor in Home Eco- nomic-s and in charge of Home Economics Hall, School of Agriculture, Assistant to the Dean of Women in the School of Agriculture. D.AI,ES, BENTON, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry CHead of Department of Chemistryl, 2025 C street. DALES, JAMES STUART, M.Ph., Dean, Secretary of the Board of Regents and of the University Senate, 1743 A street. DANN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, A.M., Professor of History and Criticism of the Fine Arts CHead of Depart- ment Of History and Criticism of the Fine Artsj, 3037 R street. DAVIS, HELEN LEE, B.Sc., A.B.Assistant Professor of Home Economics, 2618 P street. DAY'IS, SE.-IRL S., A.B., Instructor in Rhetoric, 1920 A street. DIcKsoN, MATTHEW ELLIS, B.Sc., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry, 2942 Potter street. ELLIOTT, BENJAMIN GEORGE, MS., M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 1425 F street. ELLIS, ROBERT VVALPOLE, B.Sc., MA., Instructor in Geology and Museum Preparator, 349 No. 29 Street. ENGLAND, RIINNIE THROOP, Ph.D., Instructor in gplitical Economy, 1330 Vine street, University ace. FEDDE, RIARGARET SOPHIE, A.B., Instructor in Home Economics, Home Economics Hall. FERGUSON, OLIN JEROME, M.E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering, CI-Iead of Department of Electrical Engineeringl, 326 North Twenty-sixth street. FILLEY, HORACE CLYDE, A.M., Professor of Farm Management CHeacl of Department, of Farm Man- agemcntj, 23-L4 Dudley street, FLING, FRED RIORROW, Ph.D. Professor of European History tHcad of Department of European Historyj, South Twenty-second street. FOGG, MILLER MOORE, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric, 15-1-0 South Twenty-first street. FOSSLER, LAURENCE, A.M., Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures CHea.d of Department of Germanic Languages and Literaturesj, 1547 South Seventeenth street. FOSSLER, INIARY LOUISE, A.M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University Woman's Building. FOSTER, GEORGE NHIMONS, Ph.B., LL.B., J.D., Assist- ant Professor Of Law, North Penn Avenue Bethany. FRANSDEN, JULIUS HERAIAN, M.S.A., Professor of Dairy Husbandry QHead of Department of Dairy Husbandryj 1401 North Thirty-third street. FRANKFORTER, CLARENCE JACKSON, A.M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 710 North Twenty-fourth street. FRYE, PROssER PIALL, A.B., Professor of Rhetoric CHQ-:ad of Department of Rhetoricj 528 South Tenth street. GADDIS, P. L., Assistant Professor in Agronomy. GAIN, JAMES H.-XRRISON, M.D.C., Professor of Animal Pathology fHead of Department of Animal Path- ologyj, 3248 Starr street. A GASS, SHERLOCK BRoNsoN, Ph.B., Associate Professor of Rhetoric, 1712 E. street. GISH, Omvmz HOLMES, B.Sc., A.M., Instructor in Mathematics, 2163 So. 17 street. GITTINGS, INA ESTELLE, A.B., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and D1I'Cl'tiJI' of Worr10n's Gymnasium, 1625 B street, 4 GORMAN, FRANK T., A.B., Instructor in Romance Lzlnguage, Y.M.C.A. GRAMLICI-1, TIOYVARD JOHN, B,Sc',, Pmfossm of Animal Husbzmclry, 3220 Starr stmcct. GRENNAN, ELIZABETH BENNETT, Ph.D., Instructor in Mathematics, 232 North Sixtcrrnth st-root. GRENNAN, JOHN, Instructor in 1x'II'Cl12'lIliCi1l.E1lgiHCOI'il1g, 232 North Sixteenth strcvt. GRUMMANN, PAUL IAIENRY, A.M,, DiI'txf'tC?l' of the Svhool of Fine Arts and Pmfvssur of Modern Gerumn Literaturre, 1967 South street. GUNNELS, CH,xR1.1:s E., B.Sc,, Instructor in Agronomy, 1325 R strc:-t, HANI1EX', FREDERICK R., A,B., Instruvtor in Romance Languages, Y.M.C,A. H,xNN,u-1, NIARGARET LOUISE, AB., A.M,, Instructor in Botany, 1437 Q strc-ct. HAXYDEN, Suu SHEXYELL, Associate Professor of Draw- ing and Painting, 1222 I Strcct. HAYS, NIABEL IKOMMELL, A.B,, Instructor in English Language and Literature, 1830 Washington stvrevt. HELM, CHARLES ALTON, A.M., Instructor in Experi- mental Agronomy, P. L, 3138 Dudley street. HEPPNER, AMANDA I-Iicxniwrfm, .-LM., Assistant Pro- fessor of Germanic Languagns and LHCYZIY-lIl'C'E, 944 WVashington strc-et. HILL, Colm BELLE, A.M., Instructor in Mathematics and Assistant Principal of Teac-hers College High School, 1345 South Eleventh street. HINLIAN, EDGAR LENDERSON, Ph.D., Professor of Logic and lletalphysics, 1825 South Twenty- fourth street. HOFFRIAN, JAMES Dnvm, M.E., Professor of Mc- chanical Engineering and Practical Blcchunics CHead of Department of Rlechzlnical Enginecringj, Forty-third and Interurban. PIOLLISTER, VERNON LEO, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, 1556 South Twenty-fifth street. Hoirfrz, FREDERICK C., Instructor in Electrical En- glneermg. HOOD, GEORGE YVILLIAM, M.S,H., Associate Professor of Horticulture, 1130 No. 27 street. HOPPERT, ERNEST H., B.Sc., Assistant Professor of Horticulture, Y.M,C,A. HOPT, ERWIN, B.Sc. in A., Associate Professor of Agronomy, 3015 Orchard street. HOZYVARD, GEORGE ELLIOTT, Ph.D., Professor of Po- litical Science and Sociology CHead of Department of Political Science and Sociologyj, 1910 E street. HOWARD, ROBERT FRANCIS, B.S. in Agri., MA., Professor of Horticulture CHead of Department of Horticultural, 1127 South Fourteenth street. HOWELL, H.KRRIET EXLICE, A.M,, Assistant Professor of Elocution and Dramatic Art, The Orlo. HHBKOVA, SARKA, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Slavonic Languages, CHead of Department of Slavonic La.nguages5, 441 North Sixteenth street. HUNTER, ALICE CUSHMAN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Roman History and Literature, 1448 R street. HYDE, WINIFRED FLORENCE, Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Philosophy, 1039 C street. JOHANN, ALBERT EUGENE, AB., Lecturer in Physi- ology, Y.M.C.A. JONES, GUERNSEY, Ph.D., Professor of English History CI-Iead of Department of English Historyl, 1418 L street. ' KEIM, FRANKLIN DAVID, 'B.Sc., Instructor in Agro- nomy, J.P., 2972 Orchard street. ZKIESSELBACH, THEODORE ALEXANDER, A.M,, Pro- fessor of Experimental Agronomy CHead of De- partment of Experimental Agronomyj, 3232 Hold- rege street. ICINGSLAND, EAXRLE BRUSH, Ph.B., B.Sc. in C.E., Instructor in Civil Engineeiing, 1545 South Seven- teenth street. KIRLIN, IYAN M., B.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 2600 Q street. IKJELSON, ASTRED ALTHEA, Instructor in Home Economics. LEDWITH, JOHN JAMES, B.Sc., LLB., Assistant Pro- fessor of Law, 1230 South Sixteenth street. LEE, .CHARLES Bows, A.M,, Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry. 1306 L street. LEE5, JAMES T1-1.oMAs, Ph.D., Professor of Greek Hlstory find Literature CHca.d of Department of Greek History and Lif,E'1'i1f7l1TC2j, 2012 A street. LE ROSSICNOI., JAMES EDNVAHD,1,1l.D.,I,L,D., Director Qf School of Commerce and Professor of Political Economy and Coiiiinorce fHcad of Department of liolutticnl Economy :md Commerceb, 1956 Prospect sumo , Liswis, Q,x1n.ANn Emsoiv, B.Sc., A.M., Instructor in Chemistry, 1821 South Sixteenth street. LINK, G1aonf:1a'KoNrmD ICARL, A,M., Associate Pro- fessor of Agricultural Botany, 430 North Twenty- Hfth street. Looms, ALICE MARIE, A.M., Professor of Home Econoniires KI-lead of Department of Home Eco- HUII1lf'SD. L0vIs1.AND, GEORGIE ANDREW, A.M., LL,B., Professor of Meteorology, and Section Director of the United Sgumirls Weather Bureau, 1130 South Twentieth s rec . BICCORAIICIC, FLORENCE ANNA, Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Agricultural Botany and Assistant Botanist of the Experiment Station, 3343 T street. DJICAIILLAN, JOHN G1FFonD, BS., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry in Extension, A. H. 301, 3200 Holclrrrgu street. AICPI-IEE, MARGIJEIQITIQ CAMERON, A.M., Assistant Professor of Rl1r:to1'ic, The Orlo. BTARTIN, OSCAR Ross, A.M.. Professor of Accounting and Business Administration, 1817 South Twenty- second street. M,-xxmy EDXVIN, D.C.L., FILM., Professor of Public Law and Diplomacy, 1140 F street. 1X1ICKEY, CLARK EDXYIN, B.Sc. in M.E., B.Sc., in C.E., Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics and Machine Design, 1212 South Twenty-fourth street. NIOORE, BURTON EVANS, Ph.D., Professor of Physics, 1900 Euclid avenue. MUNDY, LOUISE EASTERDAY, Instructor in Drawing and Painting, University Woman's Building. MUNSON, CQRACE ESTHER, A.M., Instructor in Edu- cation, 1439 R strevt, NEEDHAM, DAISY JE.-XNETTE, A.M., Instructor in European History, 2941 Q street. NELSON, CLARA JEANETTE, A.B., Supervisor of Teachers in Training, Teachers College High School, 1426 D street. NICOLET, TELL WILLIAM, Assistant Professor of Horticulture. ODONNELL, BIARTIN WALTER, B.S.A., Assistant Pro- fessor of Animal Husbandry, 3138 Dudley avenue. OHLSEN, EDITH, B.Sc., Instructor in Home Economics. ORT, EMMA F., Instructor Home Economics. PARKER, SAMUEL MINTER, Jst. Lieutenant, U,S. Army, Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Commanclant of Cadets CHead of Department of Military Science and Tacticsj, 310 South Twenty- seventh street. PEHSINGER, CLARK EDMUND, A.M,, Professor of American History, 1335 B street. PERUSSE, FRANCIS JOSEPH, Ph.C., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, 2740 Arlington avenue. PFEIFFER, LAURA BELLE, Ph,D., Assistant Professor of Euzopean History, The Orlo. PICKUP, NELLIE BUNCHER, Assistant in Department of English Language and Literature, 725 South Tenth street, PIER, HAROLD BROCKWAY, B.Sc., in Agr., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, 135 North Twenty-seventh street. PLUM, HARLEY' NIARTIN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, E.S., 2603 Vine street. POOL, RAYMOND JOHN, A.M., Ph.D,, Professor of Botany, Curator of the Herbarium CActing Head of the Department of Botanyj, 1224 So. 21 street, POPE, VVALTER LYNDON, A.B., J,D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Law, 1320 So. 16 street. POUND, LOUISE, Ph.D., Professor of the English Lan- guage, 1632 L street. POWERS, JOSEPH HORACE, Ph.D., Professor of General and Experimental Zoology, Y.M.C.A. POYNTER, CHARLES WILLIAM MCCORKLE, B.Sc., M.D., Professor of Anatomy QHead of Department of Anatoznyj, 4010 Harney street, Omaha. PROPPS, DAVID HENRY, B.S.A., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry, 110 East Fourteenth street, University Place. PUGSLEY, CHARLES VVILLIAM, B.Sc., Director of Ex- tension Service in College of Agriculture, 3260 Starr street. . RASMUSEN, JESSE EPHRAIBI, M.E,, Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing, 1444 D street. RATCLIFF, JOHN ANDERSON, B.Sc., Assistant Pro- fessor of Experimental Agronomy, 1131 North Thirtieth street. 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AI: Iwy 'fm' Mx fl 11',,I III' xx Ifl 'I IVI II II ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I h 4 I III I I XI I 'I II I IP 'E -4-- .,..,,:,,,4,, ,,,:v, glrlwgaw E. Seniors 'S Fifi! Sfmeffer LUCILLE LEYDA - - Vice-Pwfidmt HENRY FOUTS - Secretary ZIVIILDRED PERRY -- - Treafwer VINCENT GEORGE President Second Smfzzfter RAMONA TROUP - - Vice-P1-esident MARTIN CHITTICK 1 - eSecr.emry ' MARTIN CHITTICK - - - Treafurer EVERETT B. SCOTT President 37 Seniur Qllummittees Senior Prom Committee M. L. Poteet, Chr. Russell Israel, NI. C. Ilichfrd Koupal Phil Sherwood Willard Folsom George Sturgis Sievers Susman Lula Mae Coe Loretta Lord Helen Davison Dorothy Carns Senior Hop Everett Scott, Chr. Harold Schwab, M. C. Ramona Troup Clarence Spier Henning F. Nelson Carolyn Funk Janet Wheeler Percy Spencer H. Pierce Louise Brownell Senior Play Lucille Leyda, Chr. Paul Temple, Bus. Mgr. Gladys Nliller Charles Paul Edna Froyd Edward Kadlecek Ethel Arnold Ruth lVIills U. S. Harkson Senior flthletie Committee B. B. Gillespie, Chr. Henry Fouts Boyd Rist W. E. Harnsberger Senior Pin and Cap Committee BlancheRichards, Chr. Henry Pascale Mildred Peery Senior Debating Committee A. C. Krebs, Chr. Guy C. Chambers C. S. Holcombe General Committee P. C. Spencer, Chr. H. I. Schwab Campnr Program C.4.lW.D G. A. Krebs, Chr. Harry Ellis Louise Brownell Field Program CP.M.J Dave Bowman, Chr. Dick Futherford Edna Froyd Open Air Theater Program L. A. Hickman, Chr. Farl Jackson Lucille Leyda Senior Social .Committee Florence Angle, Chr. Jeanette Finney Roy M. Young Senior Hop "' Willard Folsom, Chr. Phil McCullough, M. Clarence Spier Arthur Chace George Sturgis Henry Fouts Leon Palmer . Roscoe Shutt Pansy Follmer Helen Matteson Invitation Committee Darrell Lane, Chr. Fannie Malzacher G. P. Kratz Lulu Mae Coe Dorothy Carns Senior Pienie IVI. B. Chittick, Chr. C. S. Holcombe I. K. Frost Walter Hager Helen Davison Carolyn Funke Gladys Wild Gift Committee Florence Angle, Chr. V. C. George William Noble Hugh Agor Helen Scott hrlildred Peery Caryl Spaulding Cap and Gown Committee Henry Pascale, Chr. Gene Liebendorfer Ella Hansen Dess Taylor IVY DAY FESTIVAL Conceffion and Gate Richard Koupal, Chr U. S. Harkson lVIarie Cusack Spring Cotillion Dante R. VV. Israel, Chr. Taylor Withrow Robert Flansburg IX'Iargaret Davison Camille Leyda .4doerti.ring and Publieity Chas. Epperson, Chr. O. L. Chatt W. K. lVIiller George Grimes Joe Flaherty 38 SENIORS HUGH AGOR Omaha, Nebraska Law Silver Lynx, Phi Alpha Tau, Phi Alpha Delta, Dramatic Club, Helmet and Quill, WVorld Polity Club, Business Manager Awgwan, '14-15, Junior Play, Junior Class Debating Team. EMORY FREDERICK ALMY Greenwood Nebraska Arif and Scienref Alpha Chi Sigma, Chemical Club. ARTHUR ANDERSON Oxford Nebraska Algriculturr Alpha Zeta CARL ARTHUR ANDERSON Wahoo, Nebraska Arif and Scienref Tegner Society, Chorus, Peru Club, Cosmopoli- tan Club, Scandinavian Club, Y. hd. C. A, Glee Club, President Baptist Students Guild. CHARLOTTE GERALDINE ANDERSON Lincoln, Nebraska Agrzculture HARRIETT'E ANDERSON K St. Paul, Nebraska Arty and Smencfs President of Business Womens Club. FLORENCE ANGLE Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club Board, Xi Delta, Black Masque. SAUL BRYAN ARENSON Lincoln, Nebraska Pharmary Pharmaceutical Society, Student Chemistry Club . 39 SENIORS ETHEL M. ARNOLD Valentine, Nebraska 11711 and Scienfer, Tfezcherr Delta Zeta, Girl's Club, YJN. C. A., Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Hop Committee, Associate Editor Daily Nebraska, Girls Club Council, Senior Play Committee, Secretary Sophomore Class. VALE BABCOCK Lincoln, Nebraska Am' and Scimcer, Teacher: VEDA A. BAILEY Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Home Economics Club IRVING BAKER Lincoln, Nebraska Engineering ARTHUR BALIS Lincoln, Nebraska Law Phi Alpha Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Football '13, lI4, IIS, Inter Fraternity Athletic Council. BESSIE LILLIAN BAYLEY Gibbon, Nebraska flrtr and Sfiencfr, Tzarlzerf Alpha Delta Pi, Girls Club, Y. YV. C. A. IXITARGARET IRENE BEAL Red Cloud, Nebraska Agriculture, Teczrherr Omicron Nu. BENJAMIN HARLOVV BECK University Place, Nebraska ,il1'l.v and Scimcer ' Acacia, Class Football, 2 and 3, Inter Fraternity Athletic Board. l 40 1 1 li .. i f V. I ! 1 SENIORS MARGUERITE BEESLEY, Ericson, Nebraska W Aria' and Scierzccr, Tcachcrr Delta Zeta, Y. W. C. A., Girls Club. GEORGE MARTIN BERQUIST Lincoln, Nebraska Erzginecrirzg Civil Engineering Society, Union, Tegner. JOHN K. BOUKATHER Lincoln, Nebraska Law RUTH HAZEL BOWDEN Wisner, Nebraska Agriculture LEAH BOWKER Orchard, Nebraska Agriculture Chi Omega, Xi Delta, Omicron Nu, Y. W. C. A., Uni Guild Club, Home Economics Club. DAVID H. BOWMAN, Omaha, Nebraska Arty and Scierrcex Phi Kappa Psi, Innocent, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, First Western Intercollegiate Athletic Meet, Lightweight Wrestling, Class Athletics, Captain Football, Class Team, IQI4. ORVAL L. BRACE Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Scierzcef Sigma Nu. R OLGA EEFRIEDA BKECKS Art: and Scienccr, Tzachcrf Y. NV. C. A. SENIORS CLARICE LINA BREESE Lincoln, Nebraska llrtr and Sfiencef Alpha Chi Omega, Y. W. C. A., Girls Club, Junior Play. RAY BRIGHAM Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College, Xi Psi Phi. LOUISE BARKER BROWNELL Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Srienref, Teacher: Alpha Chi Omega, Black Masque, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Girls Club, University Week Board, Senior Hop Committee. HERBERT BUNTING Lincoln, Nebraska Ari: and Srzemff JEROME B. BURNETT Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Science: Acacia, Alpha Chi Sigma, Chemistry Club. Phi Beta Kappa. ARCHER LOWELL BURNHAM Stanton, Nebraska Art: and Science: Military Department, Major First Battalion, Cadet OfHcer's Association. , BEN HARVEY BURRITT Ainsworth, Nebraska Law Phi Alpha Delta CAREYI, M. BUTLER Lexington, Missouri KappalKappa Gamma. , " """""' "' ' I l SENIORS ROBERT F. CAMERON Lincoln, Nebraska Zlleclzanical .Erzgineerirzg Alpha Sigma Phi, Iron Sphinx, Blue Print 1914-15, Class President 1914, 2nd semester, Varsity Football 2-3,' Olympics Committee 1. HAROLD R. CAMPBELL Osceola, Nebraska Agriculture Palladian, "Ag" Club, Y. M. C. A., Alpha Zeta, Dramatic Club, Junior Play ,I4, Senior Play '15. JUANITA LUCILE CAMPBELL Brocls, Nebraska Teacher: Alpha' Delta Pi, German Dramatic Club, Girls Club, Y. W. C. A. SARAH XAZRIGHT CANFIELD Tecumseh, Nebraska Arif and Screncer, Home Economics Club. DOROTHY JANE CARNS Lincoln, Nebraska Arts ami Scicrzcef Pi Beta Phi, Xi Delta, Girls Club, Y. W. C. A., Junior Advisory Board, Freshman Hop Com- mittee, Senior Prom Committee. PEARL I. CASTILE Oxford, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer YALE H. CAVETT Phillips, Nebraska Law ARTHUR C. CHACE Stanton, Nebraska Art: and Science: Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Chi, Iron Sphinx, Kosmet Klub, Helmet and Quill, Junior Prom Committee, Glee Club, QD, Corn- husker Staff, SENIORS LINUS CHASE Pawnee City, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, President "United Agricultural Society", Agricultural Club. G. C. CHAMBERS Sidney, Nebraska Law Delta Upsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Innocents, Delta Sigma Rho, Junior Debating Team 1914, Varsity Debate, 1915, Ivy Day Orator, Student Supreme Court. WILLIAM C. CHAPIN Lincoln, Nebraska l577.gi7'LEL'7'Z.1Zg A. S. NI. E. Engineering Society, Pershing Rifles, Cadet Officers Association, Major Third Battalion University of Nebraska Cadets. Etwoon B. CHAPPELL Osmond, Nebraska Law Delta Chi. Liao ORVILLE CHATT Enid, Oklahoma Law A. B., Phillips University 1913, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Dramatic Club, Class Treasurer, Qzj, NVinner University Oratorical Contest, QD, Second Place, Francis lVillard Oratorical Contest, Czj, University Week, QQ, Assistant Editor, Daily Nebraskan Czj, Nlanaging Editor, Daily Nebraskan, QQ, Senior Play, IQI4, Kosmet Play, 133, junior Play, 1915, Chairman Law Hop, QQ, Univer- sity Night, Cal and 131, Class Debates, fzj, C3j, QQ, Varsity Tennis Team, Q35 and QQ. M. B. CHITTICK Stuart, Nebraska Arif and Science: Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Chi Sigma, Viking, Chemistry Club, President Pharmaceutical Society, Editor Pharmacy Annual. ELMER H. CHRISTENSON Craig, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer Union, Mathematics Club, Pi Kappa Phi. EMMA DORCAS CHRISTENSON Omaha, Nebraska Teacherr, Illediciaze Nu Sigma Phi, Student Volunteer Band, Pre- Medical Society, Y. YV. C. A, Girls Club. 'l 44 l lily x nf 1" ,N ' 'I',.:, , N ,-""'- .' ' vm, X AJ, .. ., 1 , ,r 1 l l ,1 l ll l lt .,l,Pf,r gfilfflgl I 751 L AM' :W FFT? A ,li lr: ,J lg: ' 11,5 ll ,Ei lg' gl E ll li, la l, 5' ,L ,' ll il la v, All , ls rl' , 1 V1 zz, ,L Nfl iff 1 ug Q4 l ,il l l ei A fl . ,, '1 ll il 1, ll ll-vi ll ll rl ,il ,, . 51 ll ll ll Q , 1, 4 Te l' l l li liil luv lil, lj Fl ,l , li SENIORS HAZEL PALMER CLARK Omaha, Nebraska Agriculture, Tmclzerf Delta Delta Delta, Oniicron Nu, Silver Serpent. STUART K. CLARK Council Bluffs, Iowa Enginecrirzg Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Tau, Captain Com- pany B, 1915. FLORENCE MARIE CLAYTON Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Science: LOGAN ALEXANDER CLOPINE Franklin, Nebraska Lincoln Dental Xi Psi Phi. IRMA G. COE David City, Nebraska A Art: and Science: Union Literary Society. LULU MAE COE Omaha, Nebraska ATII and Scicnccf, Tcachcrf Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A., Girls Club, Black Masque, Senior Prom Committee, Secretary Class C3j, Vice President QD, CHAS. HENRY COLLINS Collins, Nebraska Engincering Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer U. N. C. E., Engineer- ing Society. CARLETON H. COOK Malvern, Iowa Law Sigma Nu. 40 llfl -+.K,--.C.,,.,,i1, ' "N" LQ 4 , . .- - -f -pf VAL. W A, T . :Q , . Q i . I Y I - SENIORS ESTEN HENRY COOK Buda-, Nebraska Evigineffgng A. S. M. E., Engineering S ciety. HAROLD C. COOK Lincoln, Nebraska Dental College Xi Psi Phi. WARREN S. COOK, Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Band, Glee Club. EFFIE COVER Cozad, Nebraska Law IVIAGDELENE CRAFT Tecumseh, Nebraska flrtr and Sciencff English Club, D. G. V., Palladian, President, German Dramatic Club QQ, Peru Club, Junior Play. NIARIE I. CUsAcK North Bend, Nebraska Am and Scienre: Alpha Chi Omega, Xi Delta, Black IXfIasque, Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet, Girls Club, Junior Play, Committee, University XVeek Board. HELEN DAVISON Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scievzcey, Teachfr: Achoth, Girls' Club, Y. IV. C. A., Senior Prom Committee, Class Secretary, QQ, Ivy Day Committee Cgj. 4 MARGARET DAVISON Des Moines, Iowa Arif and Sciences Delta Gamma, Girl's Club, Y. VV. C. A., Vice President Junior Class. 95K I I . .1 A . i v W . Ll ik ,qiiig v i'ii'., ix. i l 'akvxki JN' lfjll 3" li lil ,, , .U . -I 1' fl Ii Qi Ike Ii. 's-, ,mill E l, ,Q X ,,. ll' lv ii iw Uv' ij' l Nl' .li- iii. QMQQ ul i. EI 'l ii 'ii .L l. .ian mimi Ilf- l . 1 .I fi Ti 1 li: Ii il i Yi if 3 'il lr. il, .gi 4:. 1 if il U ,I 1 li ,En 1. 5? llliif 1 i I ' f-S-ff-f-----l-ri-W 'Q-e----A -Ll l ' I ' i N fix. ,L . M' Ax F r ,1 lf' A,,, . A, I Qfbf I l I la 'E I , I ,III . if --hy. -1' I . ff ff lg! L A- 41 ,V fl 'I I l I . I Q A I l l .1 I A SENIORS l lqjklf-V3 Al RICHARD CARY DI: COE Woodbine, Iowa T55 Electrical Engineering ling-lil ' ll Vg ll l ay. fl il lj W. S. DELZELL Stevens Point, Wisconsin Q' Law ll Dramatic Club, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi. l I 1 ' l 3 I II E il T' LOYD E. DEWEESE Lincoln, Nebraska li ' Law Phi Kappa Psi, Iron Sphinx. El lf CORA XKVILLIAMS DILWORTH Lincoln, Nebraska I+ . Artr and Sciencrf I I" 'll lil ll l- lg gm. CLAIR C. DIXON Clarks, Nebraska p , If A115 and Sciences, Teaclzerx V Y. W. C. A. Lil as. ll L: 1 I . ' CLARA D. DODDS Broken Bow, Nebraska 'J H D 1 Z Arif and Sciencef e ta eta. il ll l l-I I 1 I la, GLADYS E. DOMINY Hardy, Nebraska I ll A711 and Sciencff, Teacherf 5 I.. . . . M fl Alpha Omicron PI, Latin Club. gi n Il ll. ll .II Y i li DONALD D. DONOVAN Geneva, Nebraska lf, :fl Lincoln Dental Collfge l Delta Sigma Delta. fi Il . I. -l ill li , , ll' I "Mfr-'Aff--wr-'-A rp:-21' -r-r-rv .-., -1---1 -,..Y,.L' .... -1710 Vik'----w- Monet' -If I V A' I ---'ppl' , iz. f L I - g . K. I if-J..i"T"if,lI""" L.i"TF"' 'Wf'1m lr' ' i1'41'f'f' I l, ,QL .lf .i .. r 1, . W l il -' l Jil. ki, SENIORS -Iussln PAUL BILOWNE Lincoln, Nebraska 4 Collage of Phczrwmry Phi Delta Chi, Comus Club, Union, Pharmaceu- tical Society. Yum: W. lJOIkWAIi'l' McCook, Nebraska Drum! Collage Delta Sigma Delta. CLYDE J. Dmcwmo Lincoln, Nebraska flrlf and Sr'iz'11rzu' Varsity Gym Team, Captain, '16, lVlAnE1. IJRUMMOND Rising City, Nebraska zlrli' am! Science: Latin Club. Iilzna IFIARL. DUNTZ Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dcvital Collage Xi Psi Phi. Mnucuisiwris I.. DYE Lincoln, Nebraska xlrlf and Srz'f'11c1'x, Tmrlzrr: Iota Sigma Pi, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. Ai1.1s1f:N M. Enniux-1AN Davenport, Nebraska .-'lrlf and SCiI'?IL't'J', Tt'tlC,N'l'J' Ganirna Phi Beta, Silver Serpent, Catholic Students Club, Reporter, Daily Nebraskan C49- VICRNA ISIUGRIN Lincoln, Nebraska flrlr mul Scivvzcvr ,l is l 1 D-, , 1 i l i 1, I '4 l ll l lll, 'J l SENIORS ,CLIFFORD R. EDMISTER Lincoln, Nebraska Law Palladian Literary Society. HERBERT C. EDWARDS Gothenburg, Nebraska Engineering Union, A. S. M. E., Engineering Society, Sigma Tau. CALLY LEROY ELLIS Beaver City, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer Commercial Club, Winner of Individual Com- petitive Drill, 135, 141. HARRY H. ELLIS Beaver City, Nebraska Law Acacia, Phi Delta Phi, Captain Tennis Team, 13j, Class Treasurer, 12j, 13D, Senior Law Hop Committee, 145. CHAS. H. EPPERSON Clay Center, Nebraska Law Silver Lynx, Phi Alpha Tau, Phi Alpha Delta, Dramatic Club, World Polity, Editor Daily Nebraskan, Sigma Delta Chi. WINIFRED ESTES Lincoln, Nebraska Home' Economica- Delta Zeta, Girls Club, Y. W1 C. A., Home Economics Club. JAMES P. FAIRBANK Diller, Nebraska Engineering Engineering Society, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Sigma Tau, Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club, United Agricultural Society. JULES VERN FARRINGTON . Minneapolis, Minnesota Lincoln Dental College -19 .. L-..,,......,..r.., .,.,L1, 1 ,Vx bl X R. W '.l 1 l-' A r., l if SENIORS ELMER EUGENE FOELBER Snyder, Nebraska Arif a'ndiScimre5 Graduate from St. Paul's College, Concordia, IQIO, Graduate from Concordia' Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., IQI5. EDMUND FIELD Lincoln, Nebraska flrlr and Sciencf: University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Beta Theta Pi, Freshman Football. JEANETTE HEATON PINNEY Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scimce: Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Xi Delta, Black lvlasque, Pi Beta Phi. ROBERT H. FLANSBURG Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scifncf: Phi Kappa Psi. HARLOW C. FLECK Lincoln, Nebraska Art! and Sciences, Tearlzrrf lWathematics Club. PANSY M. FOLLMER Oak, Nebraska flgricullure Kappa Kappa Gamma, Omicron Nu. XIVILLARD M1L1.Ex FoLsoM Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Srienref , Beta Theta Pi, Kosmet Klub, OHicer's Club, Cadet Oliicerls Association, Captain Com- pany Nl., Class Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, "Corn- husker Staff," Czj, QD, Chairman, lVIilitary Ball, Senior Prom Committee, junior Prom Committee. EARL FORBES Farimont, Nebraska Agriculture Agricultural Club, Union, United Agricultural Society, Intercollegiate Prohibition Asso- ciation. SENIORS LLOYD ELLIS FOSTER Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sczenref HENRY WVALDON FoU'rs Diller, Nebraska flrzr and Seiencer Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Kappa Phi, Class Football 121, Class Athletic Committee, 131, 4.1. WILLIANI KIRK FOVVLER, IR. Lincoln, Nebraska Electrieal Engineering Alpha Theta Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Tau, Pershing RiHes, Ofhcer's Club, Engineering Society, A. I. E. E. Chairman Junior Hop 131, First Lieutenant Company C 131, Chair- man Military Ball 141, Captain Company C 141, President OHicer,s Club, 151, President Pershing Rifles 151, Captain Pershing Rifles 151, Colonel Cadet Regiment 151, Editor in Chief Blue Print 151, President Engineering Society CORNELIA FRAZIER Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer IRVING K. FROST Uehling, Nebraska V Artr and Scienrer Kappa Sigma, Sigma Tau, Innocents, Iron Sphinx, Business Manager Nebraska Blue Print, 131, Captain and Adjutant, Military Department, Chairman Sophomore Hop. EDNA FROYD Wakeield, Nebraska Arty and Sciencer, Teacher: Alpha Omicron Pi, Silver Serpent, Black Masque, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 121, 141, President University Girl's Club 131, RAYMOND A. FULTON Table Rock, Nebraska Engineering A. I. E. E. CAROULYN FUNKE Blue Hill, Nebraska Teaclierr Alpha Xi Delta, Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. lib 51 SENIORS EDWIN ROBERT GARDNER Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi. NORh4AN G. GAULT Omaha, Nebraska Law VINCENT C. GEORGE Cumro, Nebraska Enginerring " Bushnell Guild, Sigma Tau, Palladian, Engin- eering Society, American Society Mechanical Engineers, Cadet Officers Association, Of- fIcer's Club, Pershing Rifles, Class President, C4j, Hop Committee 135, Rifle Team Cgj, C4D, Captain Company A, Blue Print Staff QD, Editor 145, Cornhusker Staff Q4J. HELEN MARIE GIVVITS Omaha, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef, Teaclzerf Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. BERNICE GOLDEN O'Neill, Nebraska Agriculture CLEAR C. GOLDEN O'Neill, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Q Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Beta Kappa. T. HOMER GOODDING Fullerton, Nebraska flgrirnllure Acacia. SYLVESTER D. GREENE Lincoln Nebraska Lincoln Dental College 52 l l sEN1oRs , SAMUEL GREENSTONE Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer Alpha Chi Sigma, Chemistry Society, Phar- maceutical Club, Class Football CII, Qzj, C3j, Class Secretary Cgj, Chairman Athletic Com- mitteefgj. RAYNIOND C. L. GREEK Nlarquette, Nebraska Engineering Sigma Tau, Palladian, OH:1cer's Club, A. L E. E., Engineering Society, Captain Company G. CHARLES STANLEY GEEUSEL Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Denial College Psi Omega. PAUL P. GREUSEL Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi, S. D. Dents ALBERTA GRUVER Lincoln, Nebraska Am' and Scimzcef Alpha Xi Delta HONVARD HADLEY Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scienrzf Alpha Theta Chi, Captain Company F. CLARENCE ELMER HAGELIN Wahoo, Nebr. ' Agriculzure United Agriculture Club, Tegner Society, Y.lVI. C. A. PAUL A. HAGELIN Wahoo, Nebraska A1't.f and Sciencer Universit Commercial Club Te ner Societ Y 7 8 Y Secretary of Intercollegiate Prohibition Asso: ciation, Alpha Kappa Psi. ,.....-,,,,,.. ,,.,,.,, .., .L.,,',,M, . I SENIORS WALTER E. I-IAGER Bellwood, Nebraska flrtr and Sciencfr Sigma Phi Epsilon, OfHcer's Club, Cadet Of- f1Cer's Association, First Lieutenant Company I, Phi Beta Kappa. 1 WALTER HALL Elk Creek, Nebraska Engineering Sigma Tau, Palladian, Engineering Society, A. I. E. E., Rifle Team Czl, QD, C4D, Captain Rifie Team. GUY E. HANCOCK Lincoln, Nebraska Engineering Sigma Tau, A. I. E. E., Engineering Society. IOSEPHINE HANCOCK Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Home Economics Club. SEVERIN HARKSON Portland, Oregon Civil Engineering Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Delta Chi, Innocents, Iron Sphinx, Engineering Society, Cheer Leader C35 141, Business Manager Daily Nebraskan QQ, Manager junior Play, Nlaster of Ceremonies, Engineers Hop, C4j, Varsity Gym Team Cgj, QQ, First Lieutenant Cadet ' Band. JOHN L. HARMON Orchard, Nebraska Pharmacy Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society. XKVILLIAM ERNEST HARNSBERCER Ashland, Nebraska Arif and Science: Phi Kappa Psi lVIandolin Club, Senior Athletic Committee. GLADYS HART Hardy, Nebraska Tzachnr Latin Club. p gzfagij-Qiig' 1 f'l'F'-F A .1 T. Lu J r 1. . U. ..,v' . tr T 4, r i 4 l?'e-.5 W, l iff TQ .ef Q':lV,t5',l mil sEN1oRs ,J QQ. Qlliil CHA RLEs ALBERT HAUPTMAN b lx 5... .5 Fremont, Ne ras 'a I .4rtJ and Sfievzcff Jill Ill Bushnell Guild, Palladian, Cadet Oflicer's Asso- ..l l ciation, President University Y. NI. C. A, M 103 C25 C3D, Captain Company K, C31 C4j, Major, lwfilll and Delinquency OHi1eer C3l QQ, Chairman 'E Pgiigfejrsity Night, Q21 fgj, Class Football lg, W 3 4 - l ' jg' ll P7 A - . ll . ,li lvl BERNICE S. HECKLER Lincoln, Nebraska ll fl, lil Art: and Scifncfr, Teachwf Q4 Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, junior .li fl Prom Committee. li, l FELICIA ANNA HERKNER Dresden, Germany I g 1 Art: and Soifncey 'll ll' ffl . lil M A ll l l ljil ll HARVEY W. HEss Hebron, Nebraska ill .il N Law, Art: and Science: '14 gill Silver Lynx, Phi Alpha Tau, Phi Alpha Delta, ll. xl Innocents, English Club, Class President QD l 'V Assistant in Rhetoric. 'll 'E . LEoN ARCHIBALD HICKMAN Seward, Nebraska ll 3 5. Law fl! Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Pershing lij ' "l Rifles, Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster lf l ll Department, Major and Delinquency Of- l, ficer. vi. if ll ll 2 ll tg ZETTA RUTH HIGGINS Shelby, Iowa r rx Q l Arty and Science: ,rl ll. lllf ll l .il l' 5 j I WALTER A. HIXENBAUGH, JR. ll Fl Omaha, Nebraska W Arif and Science! lil, l' Delta Chi, Iron Sphinx, World Polity Club, First Lieutenant and Adjatunt QQ, Awgwan lille Sl staff 423. lvl ill ' f w, il l , l gg, Q l,,i BERTIE BENNETT HoAc Omaha, Nebraska ltll , ,ll ' Arif and Sriencff, Teachem' lgfl Union, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. l Hi' 1' 1 N' I li l l li .. l li T 5" if l Iillllii' .i'1i'Qtf1-'E' H' 'r" ' ""'fp-fora" 11", im' I il-A-...Y A Lit- "'., 'tri'--' .J . 'ul SENIORS CLOY S. HOBSON Beaver City, Nebraska Art: and Srieucfr Phi Beta Kappa CLARA M. HoEsE Hartington, Nebraska Agriculture CLINTON STEELE HOLCOMBE Maxwell, Nebraska Arif and Srifncfr Alpha Theta Chi, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Captain L3Company K, Senior Football. NIARIEr,HOLLISTER Red Cloud, Nebraska Agrifulture, Teaflzfrr Omicron Nu. Louis W. HORNE Omaha, Nebraska . Agriculture Alpha Tau Omega, Dramatic Club, Forestry Club. ' XIVILLIE JENSEN HOUMARK Minden, Nebraska - Artr and Sczfncfr R. NELS HOUSER Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club. GWVENDOLYN HUGHES Lincoln, Nebraska Arts and Scimzrer Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa. l 56 I ,HM W, 4, L.- .LLL K W L, Y, Y, A r 3 . ,. ,. f ,Ap -Y , .V ,,.. 7,,,L..-,.,,...,.a-..., l " ii..flg1iif""f.119-,53" l N Mfg?- ' l :f "" LL--A1117 1 K'.gLTf,2'IT7i'IgT""""' Y-'Mo .,. ,L M, .V 1 ,- SENIORS GRACE MILDRED HUNTLEY Omaha, Nebraska Arts and Sczeizcer Union. GEORGE W. IRWIN Bridgeport, Nebraska Law Delta Tau Delta, lron Sphinx, Vikings, Phi Delta Phi, Varsity Track Team, Czj Q3J C4J, Chairman Junior Hop Committee, Blaster of Ceremonies Pan-Hellenic Dance. RUSSELL W. ISRAEL Kansas City, Missouri Law Alpha Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Glee Club, hlaster of Ceremonies Senior Prom, Chairman Spring Cotillion, Class Football, C2J f3J C4J. AMY CLARA JACK Eustis, Nebraska Aff! and Sciencer Kearney Club, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Home Economics Club, Girl's Club Council. EARL JACKSON Nelson, Nebraska Arif and Scieucr: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Iron Sphinx, Kosmet Play C3J QQ, President Glee Club, President Class CZJ, Cornhusker Staff C3J Q4 J, Commer- ci-al Club, Band. WINNIFRED JACKSON Nelson, Nebraska Art: and Scifncer Girl's Club. J. E. JACOBSON Chadron, Nebraska Law Phi Alpha Delta. GLEN H. JAMES Grafton, Nebraska Art: and Sfiencer Union, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. lf'....-Q"1.' ...-1' 'bf-:J ' l Wgev-.-.a -.L,.ez.,:QZiY,L... . Y 1 ,N ',.-,,x ,, , ,NY F-A W- rw . i LL . . J . ve. . N-r 7, .N fe X . i L, , Rx, N. l, wff'. --..,v,.- v w , I T, ,TRL y'l','.-" 'f ."'f ," f NT L r 'e -'elif' f- '1 1 LLJ l J 1 1 f I . 35 1, "V X Y,: T-' .- - .1 -, -.J ,.....4y- M. SENIORS CHARLOTTE L. JENKINS Lincoln, Nebraska 7 Arif and Srierzcef Alpha Chi Omega, Xi Delta, Omicron Nu, Catholic Student's Club. JEANETTE JOHNSON Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Omicron Nu, Home Economics Club, United Agriculture Club, Editor Of Agriculture, C33 C43- BEATRICE JOHNSON Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scimcef, Teacher: GERTRUDE JONES Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Srifrzrrr Girl's Club, Latin Club, Mathematics Club. HENRY A. JONES Seward, Nebraska. Agriculture Alpha Zeta, Sigma Kappa Zeta, Farm House, Palladian, Editor in Chief of "Agriculture," LENA J. JUDY Craig, Nebraska Teacher: Delta Delta Delta. t EDWARD NI. KADLECEK, Schuyler, Nebraska Arif and Scierrcer Komensky Club, A. I. E. E., Engineering, Sigma Tau, Nlathematics Club. SELMA KAUE , Hastings, Nebraska Arif and Scierzcer, Teaclzerr Alpvha Xi Delta, German Dramatic Club, D. G. V. fab. ,. L- .L ,,.,l-, L. i , . J, l --f ,f""'3 1 1,1 ". . i' ill, lg 'llfg wf,xxkN.9, , Xa' 4. X ihixvhxiki iiikhgxk . it 4 5 ig 'J l Q' V' lf lg..LL,h limi jflfe NH in fl ill lil .4 .3 -QM l ii., 'SJ gli . 521 ini, 'Hs il ,J all me l if J., ,X iv l l l .Wi rl A ' 6 l 1 1 J 1, J ?' J -1 ' i. J 'l l li? .. 1 ig . Li 1 .g , V I 1. EH - 1 ,Q Q i Qi lr' ll l J l l l 4 s i , I M1 fi 'll rl f l w ' n 4 1 ' ' ! lj J a V1 Q' 4 if: liil 1 ri ,J gf -1 ,J LF l ls' Sl 2-V' ig, lyty l J I . u .il J W A l fl - .. .-,,...,...v, L. .--wggf qi f T13 l ,...,,'z' :L 'K fn i . 1 4 i i i ., , ,I w 'v l W i. li -. -I l . iv ,TP ,still igilmilj . lil? l. lil' lil left Yugi l?3ifl s'l-,Ml f il 1 l ll lf l 5 lil ill ll ,ll ,L ll ll N4 l- li ' W.: I ll! . mil 1 ill 5 ll, i lu it :V ltl y ill all ,ei f Ml 'gl Lug il ll Y , iii 'Er ,nfl in l fi ll r l "ef .ll-4 'J I , .. ii li ' l .-l rl .fl .ri f V.-N ' El L, i' HE. la, wi lfl ' ., LL ,, ,. ii l-I ' il . 'I ,PQ -Fl' - ll lar' Ill iii N ali ., t" ll, bi i lin K , SENIORS ADELE M. IQELLENBARGER , Merna, Nebraska Arif and Seieneef Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club, Business Women's Club, Class Basketball Team, High School Debating Association, Girl's Club. MABEL KELLY University Place, Nebraska Arif and Seiencef, Teachers' Mathematics Club. . IRA NELSON KINDIG Holmesville, Nebraska Agriculture Palladian, Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C3D QQ, United Agri- cultural Society, Inter Collegiate Association. JAMES W. KENSINGER Llilford, Nebraska Arty and Sciences' Acacia, Phi Delta Phi. ERNEST F. KLEIN Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi, President Dental Seniors, 14.5. ROBERT F. KOUBA Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College ' Xi Psi Phi, Komensky Club. ' RICHARD V. KOUPAL ' Lincoln, Nebraska Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Innocents, Commercial Club Pres- ident, Cadet OfHcer's Association, Associate Editor C3j, Managing Editor Q3D Editor QQ, Daily Nebraskan, Cornhusker Staff Q2, 3, 4D, Captain and Commissary, World Polity Club, Junior Play Committee, Senior Prom Committee. GOLDEN KRATZ, Bloomiield, Nebraska Low Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Cross Country, Track, Varsity Cgj, President Senior Laws. ,UQ .L.-L, , L .,,. ..---,,,..,.L M-. ,-A SENIORS MARY V. KRAUSE North Bend, Nebraska Agriculture Alpha Delta Pi, Omicron Nu, Catholic Students Club, Girl's Club. AUGUST C. KREBS Friend, Nebraska Arty and Srience: Bushnell Guild, Phi Delta Phi, Palladian, World Polity Club, Chairman, Ivy Day Committee C3j, Junior Debating Team C3j, Chairman Debating Committee QQ. DARRELL T. LANE Seneca, Nebraska Law Silver Lynx, Phi Delta Phi, Innocents, Dramatic Club, Cadet OHicer's Association, High School Debater's Association, Commercial Club, Y. NI. C. A., NIanager Kansas, Neb- - raska, Debates C4j, Captain Band QQ, Presi- dent Junior Laws, Nlanager University Week, Assistant Agricultural Extension QD, Junior Play, Chairman Junior Senior Breakfast, Olympics Committee, Manager Band Tour Czj, Chairman Invitation Committee 141. JOHN E. LANZ Plymouth, Nebraska flrlf and Scievzcef Cadet Oilicer's Association, Chairman Fresh- man Ivy Day Committee, Hop Committee Czj, Daily Nebraskan Staff, President Junior Class. ESTHER V. LEAMER Dakota City, Nebraska Agriculiure Home Economics Club, Union. FLORENCE LE1xnuoN Moore, Montana Art: and Sriencef, Tfacherf Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. FREDEM J. LESCHINSKY Loup City, Nebraska Erzgineerirzg A. S. NI. E., Engineering, Blue Print Staff, Sigma Tau. IVIARIE ARDEN LEWVIS Omaha, Nebraska Arty and Scimzcrr, Teacher: Sem Bot. 60 l lx. SENIORS CATHERINE CAMILLE LEYDA Falls City, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer, Tcacherx Kappa Kappa Gamma, Black Masque, Dramatic Club, English Club, Helmet and Quill, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, German Dramatic Club, Class Basketball Team Qal Q35 Q4.D, Class Baseball Team Q21 Q3j, "NH Q25 Q35 Q4D, Cornhusker Stall Q31 QAD, Daily Nebraskan Staff Q3j, Phi Beta Kappa. MARGARET LUCILLE LEYDA Falls City, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vice-President Class Q4D, Dramatic Club, English Club, Helmet and Quill, Y. W. C. A., Girlls Club, German Dramatic Club, Class Basketball Q25 Q3j Q4J, Class Baseball Qzj Q3 jQ4j, Hockey Team Q3D, "N" C25 Q33 Q4l, COfI1h11SkCf Staff Q35 443, Daily Nebraskan Staff Q3j, Phi Beta Kappa. GENE F. LIEBENDORFER Pawnee City, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer, Teacherr Pi Kappa Phi, Pre-Medic Society, Pershing Rifles, Y. M. C. A., Olympic Committee Qzl, Athletic Committee Qzj, junior Prom Com- mittee, First Lieutenant, Olliceids Club, Cadet OfHcer's Association, Senior Breakfast Com- mittee, President Comus Club Q4j, Varsity Track Q3j Q4D. C. C. LILLIBRIDGE Weston, Nebraska Lincoln Dental Collage Xi Psi Phi. XVILLIAM HARRISON LINE Diller, Nebraska Arif and Sciencff Phi Alpha Delta, Rifle Team. SARAH JANE LITTLEFIELD Hopkinton, Iowa Art: and Science: GLADYS MALONE LORD Lincoln, Nebraska Delta Delta Delta, Xi Delta, junior Advisor. LAURETTA ELLENOR LoRD Randolph, Nebraska Art: and Sciencex, Teacherf Delta Delta Delta, Black Masque, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Girl's Club Board, Q31 Q4j. l l 61 SENIORS TOMAS LORENZO Baliwag, P. I. Engineering Engineering Society. JOHN WALLACE NIACKEY Masters, Colorado Arif and Science: HARRY P. NIAGNUSON Gothenburg, Nebraska Agriculture Tegner, Agriculture Club, Chemistry Club, Alpha Zeta, Kearney Club, President CQ, Intercollegiate Prohibition Association, Y. NI. C. A. FANNIE ELIZABETH NIALZACHER Oakdale, Nebraska Teaeherf Chi Omega, Xi Delta, Silver Serpent. JAMES B. MARSHALL Lincoln, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi. lVIARGUERITE hf.lARSHALL Omaha, Nebraska Art: and Sriencer Kappa Alpha Theta, Silver Serpent. ETHA P'.lATHENY Hubbell, Nebraska Agriculiure, Tearherf JANE ELIZABETH lV.lATH EVVS - Scotts Bluff, Nebraska lllerlicine Nu Sigma Phi. 63 I SENIORS HAZEL MCCARTNEY Thurman, Iowa , Arty and Seieneex, Teacher: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Girl's Club, Union, Latin Club. RUTH MCCLYMONT Holdrege, Nebraska Arty and Science: PHILLIP M. MCCULLOUGH Omaha, Nebraska Engineering Phi Delta Theta. CLARA MARGUERITE MCMAHON Lincoln, Nebraska Ari: and Sciencef, Teacher: Alpha Chi Omega, Dramatic Club, Silver Serpent, Girl's Club, Catholic Student's Club. J. LOYD NICMASTERS North Platte, Nebraska Law Student's Debating Club, Cadet OfHcer's Club, Pershing Riiies, Track Team fzb QQ C4j, Captain Cross Country Team, First Lieutenant Company F, Captain Company H, C43- T. W. MCMILLAN Thedford, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer Sigma Phi Epsilon, Reportial Staff, Daily Nebraskan 135, Business Staff Cornhusker LOUIS ELMER MCREYNOLDS Ashland, Nebraska Agriculture Alpha Zeta, Bushnell Guild, Agriculture Club, Fat Stock Judging Team ALICE REPs1MA MESROPIAN Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Seiencef l - - -'I I I or SENIORS GRACE CLOISE METCALF Sargent, Nebraska Alrtf and Sciencer Basketball Team CID GLADYS MARY MILLER David City, Nebraska Arts and Scimcef, Teacherf Palladian. GLENN E. MILLER Ravenna, Nebraska Arty and Sciencef, Teacherf MARGARET A. MILLER Seward, Nebraska Ari: and Sczenrff, Tearherf Mathematics Club. VVINFIELD K. MILLER Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sciencef, Commercg Union, President Commercial Club C4j. RUTH NIILLS Omaha, Nebraska Arif and Scimcef, Tearher: Delta Gamma, Black Masque, Y. YV. C. A., Girl's Club, Vice-President Y. VV. C. A., Silver Serpent, Xi Delta, Senior Play Com- mittee, Junior Prom Committee. NVILLIAM ERSI-:INE MITCHELL Council Blulis, Iowa Arif and Sriencf: Spikes, Vikings, Kappa Sigma. E. W. IVIOEHNERT Madison, Nebraska Law Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi, Iron Sphinx, Junior Hop Committee, Chairman Pan- Hellenic Dance. -F., .ar Ur- -f V-W-1. r -. , ,V fjhugd 51,-I, -11:11-. ' X if N --'r-4. i- ., ., . ,.: V. ly -fl ll? .,, QE, . lg jlfiffl , J FI dl lil? li' ir fill si . ,W lil tm al I" 1 l V! ll ui U ' 2 ll W ilu .M li li 'l . all l ri in llfl Fig fl Lil ll lll wliil W il :if li H! 1 ' I 173 1 r iflglll 'A ' " li' I li. lc' , i if ill 'ff' lf rl-3 li 1 L, . 5, ,. li li i E5 3 . ,, .. .ll ' f all Q i Tl V l ill it lil 5 fi W Q! 1,1 ' . i ' j Y ?- ll l . lil F' 4,1 itll? 131:77 .,.. r.. SENIORS Iv1L MONTGOMERY Pilger, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer Palladian, German Dramatic Club. L. IRWIN MORRIS Lexington, Missouri Law Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Glce Club, Supreme Court College of Law. NELLIE MORRIS Lincoln, Nebraska flgriculzure THURZA A. MOSSLIAN Madison, Nebraska Art: and Science: HAROLD B. MUFFLY University Place, Nebraska Acacia. MAURINE MURDOCK Omaha, Nebraska Art! and Scienccf, Teacherf Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. MARY LORETTA MURPHY Vesta, Nebraska Art: and Scicncef Catholic Student's Club, Girl's Club, Vice- President Catholic Student's Club QD QQ, Junior Advisory Board, Girl's Club Council. NEVA MYERS University Place, Nebraska Art: and Science: 1 ff:-i as-s mms, M ---'Q-----,g ng i.l.-a..--11.3, KN -Qs-,M -. L -.-.gNu.ma,,.,,,a -xv ,.. 4 ,.., -... . . .......,,...... .-.V -.Ka-if-' 5 Q JV' . i:3-:Qrr.- 5:--.L.-2:2511 7, ,W-,T-ff: 3- V1-.5 H a:,---::'-1---- "wg, , ff w- , ' ,N --- . - x- '-'+L A- 5-.L " , . gi .L ..,,M 1. fm, ,I SENIORS CHRIS NELSON Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Seieneer DELLA ANN NELSON Omaha, Nebraska Arts and Seiences, Teacher: Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. HENNING F. NELSON Calhoun, Nebraska Engineering Union, Pi Kappa Phi, Engineering Society, Blue Print Staff, Senior Football Team, Board of Control Engineering Society. JOHN FRED NELSON Scottsbluff, Nebraska Teaclzerf MYRTLE 0. NELSON Stromsburg, Nebraska .fflrty and Scienref, Teaclzerf HAROLD NEVILLE Lincoln, Nebraska Lineoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi. W. I. NICKEL Hebron, Nebraska Arif and Science: Y. M. C. A., Commercial Club. MABEL NIEHAUS Superior, Nebraska Arif and Sc1e11ce.r .--.-.- . - . ,W .f -1A-W --- .,-,HY .., .. li' f '. -'-' 'f' - - . -L .,,,..,G.-,Q-.....,.,.4.1,.....11-.L-..: . Q v l , .14 .yiJlezsavaiM-T-www----3-agar- ge-Ex.: 'f'H-L",-f' Q5"'T'fFji17-':f,", T??Tf?5f'i'JT:i":'wEf???'f1'1 TV? me I W M W ' ' ' ' 'ff e -',, Q '-"-'-QQ, Q'---grmi--1. f QI J 15:-Q, 5, 1 'L ff. Y W ,, lk 1, 3 '12 will g K xx lx- 'i' ill 1 Y ,Y Ml. A . -,. 4, y ill- :N l HE J fr lg, w. at 1 . . l 1 "J fu mal' .Uv li bil i we la M .4 y ill 3.1 ll! 't ll' ,VU .1 ,I 'lf M fl lil? .,. yi ll: .V Ill? I.. Qlli .1 li my Q, lxxll lilsfl il il ml .ml F-ying llwl ill' X . ll will . lag .34 lllllsll ,V : is W il l lr: 'fu - r 'ii ' 1 it . il .fi 5 .J i'.'V .S A A ia w i .W QM fl wr "lf9"i3'9-f- ' lf IF I ifggfs ,Q ,Ageing A Q " ' L in bi,fi,,f SENIORS www ig QM? HOMER A. NOBLE Lincoln, Nebraska Aka . ,4 Agriculture Agriculture Club, Forestry Club. '2-AH 1 l . if ' 5 WILLIAM F. NOBLE Omaha, Nebraska Q1 Art: and S cience: 1 li Phi Kappa Psi, Innocents, English Club, ' Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Managing Editor ' Awgwan Cgj 141, Executive Committee ' ll University Week. .. Qi? A I Lil rl "E ii f WILLIAM CLAYTON NODDINGS ,4 lf, Careyhurst, Wyoming V 1 Engineering V! xi . il - if: EFFIE M. NOLL Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Science: '- Tf Delta Zeta, Gir1's Club, Y. W. C. A. in r' ir 5-if W FERRIS WALDO NORRIS Beemer, Nebraska ' Electrical Engineering 1,53 A. I. E. E., Sigma Tau, Engineering Society, lik' 'Y Editor Nebraska Blue Print. rl lf! I1 HAZEL NORRIS McCook, Nebraska ifl Arty and Sciencer U1 ,Qi Alpha Phi. gy L5 il ld' ll F vi . LEON EDWARD NORRIS Falls City, Nebraska WI Engineering 2 .A i lx jg ' I 5' Rifle Team, Society ArchitecturalEngineering, First Lieutenant Company C. LELAND DAVIS NORTON Lincoln Nebraska Engineering YMCA AIEE . ii: if 7 D ,J . . l, AI ' :I 3. 2 ' 'T' V- si l ci 3-I 1 iii' -. Y, .. W.. . . - . . -- . -fa-.A fy-..-ans-A-A -If-eesafa wr 1 vii'- f-'li' - ':': ef. a - " fy Qiffifi P' 2 3 ' 1 "f':,1. " -.5 111:-40, i 4 , , , f , .. -, 4 . . . ab, -A, if-., ' 1 A A ,V ., 1 ff - ...K . 1- N -L il l, SENIORS GEORGE ALLEN ODGERS Davenport, Washington Arty and Sfizncer Pi Kappa Phi, Union, Y. M. C. A. GSCAR OLSEN Albion, Nebraska Agriculture' LEON M. PALMER Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Srienrer Ofhcer's Club, Cadet OHicer's Association, I-Iop Committee KID, Daily Nebraskan Staff Czj, Ivy Day Committee QQ, Publication Board QQ, Captain Company I QQ. MARY A. PARKER Omaha, Nebraska Arif and Sviencef Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. EDWIN NI. PARTRIDGE Omaha, Nebraska Afgriculturf President Union QQ, Alpha Zeta, Pi Kappa Phi, President United Agriculture Society Cgj, Agriculture Club. HENRY PASCALE Omaha, Nebraska Art: and Srieucer Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Alpha Delta, Innocents, Athletic Board, Wrestling Team, Cross Country. CHARLES Esi ON PAUL Wakefield, Nebraska Law HENRY FRANZ PAUs'r1AN Omaha, Nebraska E12gi7LEf7'i7Zg Bushnell Guild, Pallaclian, A. I. E. E., German Dramatic Club, Cadet OH'icer's Club, En- gineering Society, Captain Company E, President Palladian. 1 i f i i -af--112-awk---K-F-YW N I f' - I "Af, .-..-..,. -.... A v '. 1, if-.-T, :I ,.f...,...-1.. SENIORS MILDRED PEERY Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science:, Teacher: Gamma Phi Beta, Latin Club f3j QQ, Girl's Club Board QQ, Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet f3j QQ, Senior Class Treasurer. STANIIOPE REID PIER Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science: Palladian, Y. M. C. A. J. HERBERT PIERCE Omaha, Nebraska Engineering I Silver Lynx, Sigma Tau, Cadet Officer's Asso- ciation, Junior Hop Committee, Senior Hop Committee, Captain Company D. MARCUS L. POTEET' Pawnee City, Nebraska Art: and Science: Silver Lynx, Innocents, Kosmet Klub, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Delta, Helmet and Quill, World Polity Club, Olympic Committee CID, Chairman Olympic Committee Czj, Junior Prom Committee Cgj, Chairman Senior Prom Committee Q4D, President World Polity Club QQ, Assistant Business Manager Awgwan, Business Manager IQIS Cornhusker, Business Manager Daily Nebraskan. MARY FRANCIS PRIEST Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science: Alpha Delta Pi. RUDOLPH PROKOP Wilber, Nebraska Teezchenv, Art: and Science: Komensky Klub. ALICE PROUDFIT Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science: Kappa Alpha Theta HEDVIC A. PROVAZNIK Omaha, Nebraska dei: and Science: Komensky Klub, Home Economics CPresidentj, Junior Advisor. 69 ew eemmmmw-:S , li-a-if--,...a::c..:.:Y,.,,-is-ie' '-I ZA" '-TJ'-' SEN IORS JULIA FRANCES RANDS Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sczencef EVERETT RANDALL Gibbon, Nebraska Arty and Science: Delta Chi. ALVA READ Merna, Nebraska Art: and Scimcef I Union, Mathematical Club. ELMA REEDER Hot Springs, South Dakota Arts and Sciencef, Teacher: Dramatic Club, English Club, Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A., Chi Omega. BEULAH BLANCHE RICHARDS Lincoln, Nebraska Aft: and Srimzcfx Palladian, Black Blasque, Silver Serpent, Y. WV. C. A., Girl's Club. L. BOYD RIST Humboldt, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Band, Business Manager "Agriculture", Business Manager County Fair, Stock Judging Team QQ. IDA LUCILE ROANE Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scienfef, Teacher: Y. VV. C. A., Girl's Club. CHARLES C. ROBINSON Fairmont, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi. 70 ill , mW,,,,, ., Ho on I l i I . I I 1 I li lim D1 IN Ei. ml fini -Iii, e WIA, 'l 'yifgxl ,.w.iiY',ii i"' j! ,fl L1 ,if HEI ki .CI 13 fi :J ll I .ll I l 1 Q il 1 il ga I l ll 14 3 A ll . ,R V , I. i sa .3 v, I .l i I Q ii T- il ' i 1 , . .l Il ll: 4 ll , r. ll I Ii 5 ' Pig W 1 l I il I l ' lf Il l .1 I l l 1' " i ' I ll 2 il i ,i R I I. p iw I I ii g l ill 5 in .1 I-1 , I l I l 1r II .1 II. l '13 I -e Q-4-. :I - ....ll..a.N- -FT -ff' 14T.4.'...- f - , - , :-, Q: W --l ,fu A,-Q ' W ',',, , l pg , ,Q C ' i sf A -' r.L' .1 l. .1 ll n I l ,I W ll ' l 1 l i , 1 qiilll lu C, H Mull fm, ifll lv' r, ll "l Eilllll i ,, 121 fl 1 lg ,, jl ill, I ll' ' lil- ll , ll 5. l' , ll ,. ll I'-i ,nz ll ll 1, gg l 5 ll .i ln! 'l ik il -, li-1 ' , l 1 ll if C. ill -A ,. I tl il .ll lv' iii wig ll .A ll I ill? ff C l lvl' ll lim lvl I' l 1 .sl T l 'll lil Ll ll?- l. , l SENIORS MINNIE E. ROHRER Friend, Nebraska AIMS: and Science: CONSTANCE RUMMoNs Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Seieneef, Teacherf English Club, Mathematics Club. RICHARD BURR RUTHERFORD Beatrice, Nebraska Arif and Seieneer Delta Tau Delta, Innocents, Varsity Football C29 C35 CAD, V2fSifY Basketball C25 C33 CAD, Captain Football Team 141, Varsity Wrestling Team C25 C31 145, Athletic Board, Assistant Coach. ' CLARKE L. RYAN Hastings, Nebraska Engineering NANNIE V. SAMUELSON Lincoln, Nebraska l Arte and Seieneef, Teaehenr Palladian, Tegner, Society, Deutsche, Gesellige, Verein. RUTH A. SANFORD Omaha, Nebraska Afff and Seieneef IERDEN F. SANMANN Diller, Nebraska Arif and Seienee: HOWARD A. SAVAGE Lincoln, Nebraska' Arte and Science: 71 l.LW-...t.t-.-,Mgr . ., ragga--A-A--A---A--A-ww-61 of-' l r . SENIORS ERNEST W. SCHAUFELBERGER Fairbury, Nebraska Pharmacy Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society, Chem- istry Club, Senior Editor Pharmacy Annual, Commercial Club. MELVIN H. SCHLESINGER Lincoln, Nebraska ATI! and Sciencef Alpha Chi Sigma, Chemistry Club, German Dramatic Club, Captain Company C. ISAAC S. SCHEMBECK Lincoln, Nebraska Illcdicine Nu Sigma Nu. ARTHUR CHARLES SCHMIDT Madison, Nebraska Law Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi. LEAH SCHOFIELD Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Omicron Nu, Home Economics Club, Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. h HAROLD JACOB SCHWAB lX1cCook, Nebraska Ari: and Sciffnrer Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Sigma Delta Chi, Delta Sigma Rho, Kosmet Klub, Innocents, OfHcer's Club, Freshman Debates, Alternate Varsity Debates Q22, Varsity Debates QQ, Junior Managing Editor Cornhusker QD, Editor in Chief t4J, First Lieutenant Quartermaster Department,-Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Hop Committee, President University YVeek Association. CLIFFORD B. Scorr Rushville, Nebraska Arif and Scienrf: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Chi, Kosmet Klub, Glee Club, Band, Commercial Club, Dramatic Club, Composer Music of 1915, Kosmet Show. EVERET'1'hB.LSCOTT Kearney, Nebraska H Art: and Science: Phi GammagDelta, Innocent, Sigma Delta Chi, Iron Sphinx, Viking, Secretary and Treasurer Forestry Club, Commercial Club, Class Football KID Q25 QQ, Varsity Track Team Q2 Q35 Q4j, Captain 145, Assistant Business lVIanager Daily Nebraskan, Athletic Board Q4Q,j,Chairman Senior Hop Committee. :al , twig 4 5 i bl Q ,. . r. . lil", t Jw, tl. r V--,V al V, l 3 5, l fps' wma .,, I l'1s ml gg: :ji ,lr lu. all ll ,ig l it ini! .111 fl ll ir! rl, vi .. E, 'I Ii 11 x . r I A 1 l i. II iri sill l .li ,gl rl, la ll ii il I .al 3 1 - 4 .yr wr K 1 .1 1 ...I 'll lf, lr .0 li if Fl .Fil llillri ill i i all 1 WJ: Isa w 'ni r MEI lr ,N F--it-.4 ,f, l .l Lp, . . .. A -, 'f""jiQi!2 ai' 'Il si l wrlr . fr SENIORS EVA LOUISE SCRIVEN Mitchell, Nebraska flgr-iculrure University Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, United Agriculture Club, Omicron Nu, Home Econo- mics Club. MARGARET SEECK Creighton, Nebraska flrtr and Science: Deutsche Gesellige Verein, Girl's Club, Student Volunteer. ELIZABETH SEYMOUR Lincoln, Nebraska ATI! and Science: Delta Zeta, English Club, Girl's Club. HARRY LEE SHARP Sioux City, Iowa Lincoln Dental College WILLA LUCILE SHEA Raymond, Nebraska Arif and Sriencer, Teacher: Latin Club, Girl's Club, Catholic Student's Club. ISADORE SHELDON Nehawka, Nebraska Art: and Scieucer, Teacherf Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver Serpent, Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. JOSEPH B. SHEPHERD Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Agriculture Club, Dairy Club, Dairy Judging Team. DONALD F. SHOWALTER Davenport, Nebraska Art: and Srieufer, Teacher: Union, Y. M. C. A. A.----e-fe---: -Y-.. Y - . .A., . .. .---. -. F ., L,. r . 1 1 -x . -,N .1 ,W V M . ,AN...x -L . 1 Il' SENIORS Roscoxz E. SHUTT Lincoln, Nebraska Am and Scifmer Acacia, Comus Club. RUDOLPH CARL SIEBERT Grand Island, Nebraska Arif and Scienref Concordia Theological Seminary, 1915. MYRA ESTHER SILVER Lincoln, Nebraska flrtr and Sciences, Teacherf EDITH B. SIXTA Schuyler, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer, Teacherr JOHN W. SIOGREN Axtell, Nebraska .filgrirullure Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Palladian, Tegner Agriculture Club. ANTON W. SKUDERNA Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Komensky Klub, Chemistry Club, Agriculture Club, Y. bl. C. A. DORIS B. SLATER Lincoln, Nebraska Teaclzerf Union, Black Masque, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Girl's Club Board, Girl's Associate Editor, Daily Nebraskan. JOHN HENRY SLOTHOWER Lincoln, Nebraska Am' and Scumrf: 1 MFI ,1 I 1"' 'N X lil I, I ,1 111. I III 'IK1 x 1 1 "4- 'I gf. 11 .ax 1.. 141 1'5" .1 il IE ll. l 1 11-'1 1 11 I Vu '11 1,1 QI 5, II' 1 , 1 I1 I1 1 I1 1 1 - I I 1 1 1-I 1: 151 1 1 I1 VI Q1 .1 11 I -'1 I 1,11 WI I1 1- 1 . il' , I ' I 1 1 I.. I. I1 I I1 1 I 11 I1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I1 1k '1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 11 V, ,1 11 I1 I Ii I 1 I I ,QI ,311 SENIORS IRWIN F. SMITH Fremont, Nebraska Engineering Alpha Theta Chi, A. S. M. E., Engineering Society, First Lieutenant Company B., Rifle Team. RAYMOND A. SMITH Lincoln, Nebraska Law Alpha Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Tau. CARYL SPAULDING Gothenburg, Nebraska Arts and Seieneef Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. GUY Louis SPENCER University Place, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Delta Sigma Delta. PERCY C. SPENCER Cody, Wyoming Llzw Alpha Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Chi, Innocents, Kosmet Klub, Managing Editor Daily Nebraskan QLD, Contributing Editor 131, Senior Managing Editor Corn- husker QQ, Master of Ceremonies Junior Hop, President Class QD, Chairman Law Hop, C4j, Senior Hop Committee QQ, Chair- man Ivy Day Committee CLARENCE THOMPSON SPIER St. Joseph, Missouri Law Delta Upsilon, Spikes, Vikings, Phi Delta Phi, Associate Editor Daily Nebraskan Czj, President Class KID, Master of Ceremonies Sophomore Hop, Manager Glee Club, QD, Senior Hop Committee, Cornhusker Stall. BENJAMIN S. SPIETH Mitchell, Nebraska Engineering Sigma Tau, A. S. M. E., Engineering Society. A. CLARA STAADS Sioux City, Iowa Art: and Scieneer, Tearhen' Alpha Xi Delta, German Dramatic Club, D. G. V., Girl's Club, Y. W. C. A. i 1 fill - .11-. '1 '1 "H 11' 11 "NV '11 'Q1 ' SENIORS X1111' A11 1-b 121-11 1 KATHRYN LUCILLE STANTLEY .1 1 Ashland, Nebraska T -- Arif and Sciencef . l 31. "1 S9 1 l 1 1 1 1' 1 l PAUL H. STEWART Kennard, Nebraska -1 I Agriculture 1. l 1 1 1 1 Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, 1 United Agriculture Society, Fruit Judging ' " Team C3j, Agronomy Assistant, Agriculture I .11- Club President QQ, Executive Board, "Far- Q i rner's Fair." j 1 1 1 l 1-A - l l 1 ' 1 1 1 V HAROLD JOHN STOCKMAN Q 1 , 1 University Place, Nebraska 1 1 Art: and Srimcer 1 1 1 '1 Palladian, Alpha Chi Sigma, Assistant Organic 1 1 1 1 Chemistry. 1 ' 1 . ' ll. ELTON ELWOOD STONE Lyons, Nebraska - 1 1 Tfaclzrrr 1 Alpha Sigma Phi, Iron Sphinx, Class Football 11 1 C11 Czj C3j QQ, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ? . 5 1. 'l 11 1' 15 1 ' 111 1 1 1 1 A .1 I l1 11' 1 --- 1 " CLARA'RIESLAND Lincoln, Nebraska ' 1 Q U 1' i1 Am and Scimre: ' 1 1 I 1 1 l il 5- l 1 3 , 51 i 1 g 1 1' 1 l T P' 11 11 F. L. STRIETER Seward, Nebraska 1 1, 11 ' - Art: and Scimcer . 1 l '11 1 11 German Dramatic Club, Deutscher Gesellige 11 1 11111 Verein. H 111 11 1 1 4 1l' 1" 1 l ,.1!,1 l 1, 11' 1, lf 11 I DALE K. STUART Stuart, Nebraska 11 Q '11 111 11 1 ,f Lincoln Denial College 1 j ll 11 1 Xi Psi Phi. 11111111 111": 1111-'., 2. , 111. l111. 1 111, 1-11-1 ' 11 111 11 1 11, 1 CLELLA STUFFT Fairfield, Nebraska 1 A lf 1 V l 4 '23 1 Arif and Science: 3' 1 I' 1 ' ' ' 71 1' 1' 11 11 1-111131 Y. W. C. A.,Union,Pefu Club. 11 1,1 " 1 11 , 1:- 1 1'i 117-l 3 sf li 1 - ,1 1 , 1, '11 11' P" I'1l111s1 1 111 1-1fl'111 -0111 76 fn-11A1 lil1'1' ff--- - --. - .-,,, ,. fef- 5-,ezt-if. ,,.f,, ,L V , ,., - -1 .tif .-., . f-,Y . if H-,V -f,-- ,1 1 ..l 1 11Lf.:.- 111-1 1: :ig .... - 1 . - -- A 11111 1 'S 1 - 1- Q fi: Q if TSC lf lr, A1 lgr,j1f ,l ll 3. 1. l"'.l i ri. i .1 lr? H J .. L. -- v ,A ws ,J AFKQSW' ly ,fi , 7 ,ff is . Fil A 'T F '2-QQ 'Z iii., 1- l J L. , . fu -.1 ,l T., -u. vw Q1 -l li?-rf wzf HJ. -l ,I 133 l .ll l '1 pl wi lillllil 5. in , l.. V l, l, li ll 1j,"l..P 5111 lk' il if fill fi lil il ll, 'fi N yu ll TE 'i lil lf li li!! ii Mil ll, lr l ?'1 .W J 15' li Tn l .., El 1 IQJ ,, ll ,gl ll E1 ll alll img lil til l l 'l ill walt, ill Iii rlll ll l ffl SENIORS GEORGE W. STURGES Sioux City, Iowa Law Sigma- Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi. ANNA GENEVIEVE SUGHRUE Shickley, Nebraska Art: and Scienref Catholic Studentis Club, Home Economics Club, Peru Club. I SIEVERS W. SUSMANN Omaha, Nebraska Art: and Sriencer Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, Vikings, Spikes, English Club, Varsity Tennis Czj. ROBERT H. TALBOT Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scienref Beta Theta Pi, Kosmet Klub. BURKE W. TAYLOR Lincoln, Nebraska Arts and Scimcer Sigma Phi Epsilon, Helmet and Quill, Dramatic Club, Class Secretary CED, Awgwan Staff fzj C35 C4j, Master Ceremonies Junior Prom, Leader Junior Play, University Cheer Leader C35 643, Kosmef Play C23 435- BESSIE DEAVE TAYLOR Red Cloud,fNebraska .Agrirulture Pi Beta Phi. FLORENCE RUBY TAYLOR Sheridan, Wyoming Arty and Scienrff Pi Beta Phi, Iota Sigma Pi, Silver Serpent, Student's Chemistry Club. FRED L. TAYLOR Broken Bow, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, Agriculture Club, Fat Stock Judging Team, Class Football C3j QQ. 77 as-a..L11:1:'i1i.:ig 61:14 ff . A-915.01 A -.bv 11111l 11 l' ' 1 f V4 V1 1 1 1 1 11111 1 ' ,G 1111 If ik 11 lr 1 1 1 1- T A SENIORS W1 1 l 1 . vt' 11 11 1 11X N' 1 I 1111 1111 1 5111111 ' 1 1 ' il 11 1 JAMES HENRY TAYLOR Z 111 L.. . 1 1 Arty and Srienre: --1? hugs! 1 President Mathematical Club. 13,37 fl A 1 Y Bib 1 i 'l 151 1 11 11 1 ' 1 BENJAMIN H. THOMPSON Lincoln, Nebraska I 1 1 1 3 1 Agriculture 1 if 1- 1 Dairy' Club, Dairy Judging Team, National ' ' 1 1 judging Contest 1914. l il 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 11111 1 'l1'l i 1. ll ' ' 1 1 RICHARD THOMPSON West Point, Nebraska 1 11f lllfdzcine 1 1 ' 1 i 1 Delta Upsilon. 1 111 GUY T. TOU XIELLE Lincoln, Nebraska ' Law 1 1 1 P111 Alpha Delta. 1' 11 1' 1 11 1 l V 1 I f LEYVIS A. TOWNSEND Central City, Nebraska A ' Agricullurf ' 1 11 Alpha Zeta, Union, Agriculture Club, Treasurer f 3 ' C3J, United Agriculture Society, Inter Colle- 11 1 1 giate Prohibition Association, Y. M. C. A., 1 11 Stock Judging Team QQ, First Lieutenant 51 1 1 1 Company K, Nlanager Farmer's Fair. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l i 1 1 ' ' F' T1-rEoDos1A TREHEARNE 1 l 1 Beaver City, Nebraska A 3 1 1 ' Law ' 1 1 1 1 President Senior Law Class. 1 '1 1 1 1 1 I 1 li 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 RANIONA TROUP Lincoln, Nebraska i 1 l 1 1 l J 1 .flrtf and Sciencff 1 1 1 11 Delta Delta Delta, Cornhusker Staff, Vice- 1 1 - 1 1 1 .1 President Senior Class. 1l A N151 1? 1 1 1 l 1 P REX TRUMAN Shoshone, Idaho 11 L21 Agriculture 11 ' 1 l11 Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, United Agricul- il 1 l l 1 11 1 1F11 if? ture Club, Peru Club. ll ll' l 1 1111 tl H 11 B if 1 11110111 11 11 1111 I1 11 1 H1113 rs SQ! 5 .11 11 ' 1 1. fir A 1 1-rf' .'z1 11: 1 1rL1T:t'i-"H-'Ht-'---19:1 1 51 -Q1 --141--A--A -----if--T1-sf---Ll 1. "1TiiQT""'n"Tli5! 'Q'-I Je. 111' - ."'gffi'fn" "tw AQQTTT' 1.. Ti A. x 1- ' 1 University Place, Nebraska ,A 1 11f11l rr WYYW YM- I ,,.g1,..- - ,:: .L . ,...g, .W ,.. . UL' I ' 'lil l I'J' N Ii I . I . I Q . ., . II fi , 1, Us 4 f ' " I ,Ig Q54 I j,...r V! l lil: ll I .EbQ,f!f" f,f,f5ff sENIoRs Lilfjarg llffllill . I LOUISE A. UPSON Odell, Nebraska Il , Arif and Science: Palladian. WH :lf'irII Il li I' "' 'N I ROLAND I. WACIHITER Lincoln, Nebraska ,Q , Agriculture 1' Sigma Alpha Epsilon xl 1 V l j l' :ll . llr " ALVIN BIONE WALLACE Chickasha, Oklahoma l'7 Arty and Scifncf: rl U 'ig ll E ,ff l ' WYLIE RAY XVARD Overton, Nebraska 3 I Afgriculzure 'i iii Agriculture Club, Y. M. C. A. 1 5 :I I-I g, ,I1 Il 1 Q . I CURRY WATHON WATSON Lincoln, Nebraska N M Agriculture Agriculture Club, Alpha Zeta. l i. ll I I ME 'L IE! ,i I, ll ! ' T 2' ly JOHN W. WEBB , IH. I leaf EI l ei lil ',:1 .ll 'if ' CHRIS WEBER Friend, Nebraska Art: and Sciencef 3. I Ile EI lil ill i I ,., , 1 HELEN XIVEHRLI Mound City, Missouri xg' fflfff and Scieuffx, Tfacherf fm , Latin Club, Alpha Omicron Pi. llf' ai l ' il l l s Tiff? fn., -51 g:--L, as-.-.Q :A .h ' I -1- an - f- ..-ifgjeeee ' .r A " l I 1 ,M W I 5 W .. , X4 ...Li V: S, SENIORS CECILIA YVEHRS Milford, Nebraska Arif and Sciencfr FRED WEINARD Ari: and Sczmcer Lincoln, Nebraska Union. ETTA M. WELCH Arif and Scimcef Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. Tobias, Nebraska S. ALTA XKVELLS Alexandria, Nebraska Arif and Scienfef Union. JANET WHEELER Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Alpha Phi, Secretary Junior Class, Senior Hop Committee. ELEANOIL M. XVICKETT Laurel, Nebraska Agriculture Delta Zeta, Home Economics Club, Y. YV. C. A. IDYL GLADYS XIVILD VVilber, Nebraska Ari: and Scienrer ELLA A. VVILLIAMS Buffalo,Wyoming Am mm' Sciencef Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Kappa Kappa Gamma, English Club, Junior Play, Senior Play. ' ' T '7 ff? " C ' ' , "'T'-MA. Qff'Tf2..L'1'.'l if 'ff fl... ,iw lil V1 lil ,lg ,I 'H 4 ia. Av ' Xie xi I . XXX l kr XA ,pa .QQ fl ' l 1 3 a .lg .l l I x 5 l l l l l l 1 .-.1...,.,..,1gl , . . ,... l...,..,.........i......,f + f ., .I .I T--ez'gc..e::gQ..Q. :I . Q- 3 f4.1,Lrf4 .gem-H Y- -- f ls Milf III Q?fQ,g2iQ.!' SENIORS fi SALLY LENA WILLIAMS St. Joseph, Missouri ' Arif and Science: German Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A., Girlls Club. In ll if Q ' ll I l ALVA WILSON Bethany, Nebraska flgriculturz rs! If " lf: l Fl ll, ll II III la I I lp ll 'EI iiifi IDA G. WILSON Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Scizncff, Teacherf gig li gel ' German Dramatic Club, Deutscher Gesellige ll Il vefe1n,Y. W. C. A. ln ll III lil ,I ,. , lllzl I I "IJ WII.LIAAI H. WILSON Raymond, Nebraska IL' - Q I . Art: am? Sczencff . P- I E11 Bushnell Gulld, Palladlan, Deutscher Geselhge 'E 'I fill Verein. .Il l l 5-I ll l 'I iff gal li if I lfl ' l Fil If 5, gl l LOWIIY CHARLES WIMBERLY Lincoln, Nebraska Il flrlf and Sciencef li Emi ji I W F1 'li 'Li .Il HARRY J. WINSTROM Lincoln, Nebraska s' .Ig Art: and Science: I5 Y. M. C. A., Tegnef. 5 F :M I ' I IE fr TAYLOR N. WITHIROW Central City, Nebraska II Law Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Vikings. il IH E l ll Lg 1 ' MARY EDITH WOODBURN Alma, Nebraska tif lu Art: and Sciencef I - M Y. YV. C. A., Mathematics Club. il I Ii.. 'I i I. . l ll 'L .N tx l l 'I III ll ll l 'II Il I I J Ig. X. II. if ll ll I4 III, 1 4 I, I ' Ig I 81 IIIIII: :IW X . f-1--Q---::::uum,..1.2M.,4 Iv ,.,. JS, I an. . ,, V , ,i 4 L 3:-Ac., -A, ,., ., -. 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Delta Sigma Rho. ELLA OLIVE BAYLES Seward, Nebraska flrzr and Seienee: HELEN-MATTESON Lincoln, Nebraska I, flrtf and Seieneer Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. VV. C. A. ' sEN1oRs GENEVIEVE WEESNER Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Delta Gamma, Mystic Fish, Home Economics Club. T. G. EGAN Nebraska City, Nebraska Agriculiure Beta Theta Pi. HUGH C. WILSON Lincoln, Nebraska Law OSCAR E. HALL Pawnee City, Nebraska Arty. and Scienre: HERBERT MESROPIAN Lincoln, Nebraska Artr and Scifnref EWING W. KUHN Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculfure HELEN SCOTT Stromsburg, Nebraska Arty and Sciencef Chi Omega. ROGER E. STURDEVANT Osceola, Nebraska Lincoln Dental College Xi Psi Phi. x V- t ?E,,. .,.,.,,-, ,,,.,g....,.,., O, 7, , f1...,... ,51'vgm.,A,3g7,f-fi- .gmf QQ 3,5-A , 1, yd? X Q J TQ N 20 EA .3 ' ' ' ' ' !ErA--m-11Q-fw-- -fff- - - fr- 151 - Hn - - 6:32 Q! . , ,. .F9 1 5 I A W r' A' . aff A . .K Af . K nu .' W .V ,,., W., .1 . . F1 w r W 1' r " ws J' W -I 1 x fu w fg 2 l Q' ,. w .. 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PROUDFIT, lllanfer Cerfmoniei DOROTHY STEVENS I-IENRY KNUTZEN RUTH WHITMORE JACK EMELY BFRYL MAWHINNEY VIC I-IALIIGAN DORIS XIVEAVER GLENN Ross PLAY MARGARET KAUFFNIAN, Chairman JOHN CALEY, Bufinexf Managcf- ETHEL STONE HELEN SCRWAB ALBERT BRYSON NETTIE JEFFREY EDNA OGDEN AXFL SWENSON C. H. FREY ROBERT CZIALLAVVAY IVIAURICE CLARK DEBATING EVERETT CARR ROBERT WARING IRA BEYNON ATHLETICS SAM GREENSTONE, Chairman YVALTER RAECKE RAI.PH THEISEN IVY DAY COMMITTEE GENERAL COMMITTEE HAROLD NFFF CAMPUS PROGRAM ARTHUR TELL GENEVA SEFGER FIELD PROGRAM RALPH THEISEN ' HALLIS IQIRSCH OPEN AIR THEATER A. COVERT ANNE RUSSELL CONCESSION AND GATE H. PORTERFIELD IQENT KIRIBALL SPRING COTILLION BLANCHE BUSK LOUISE SCHAVALAND J. L. CAI EY RAYMOND SURBER JUNIORS ARTHUR W. ACKERMAN Lincoln, Nebraska E'rLgi1zee1'i1zg ' A. I. E. E., First Lieutenant Company A, Class Debating Team E. I. ALTHOUSE Nelson, Nebraska Srhool of Commerce Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary of Commercial Club, President Commercial Club. DELos L. ANDERSON Crete, Nebraska Arif and Seiencef Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Iron Sphinx MARIE ANDERSON Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sci-mee: EINAR ANDERSON Valley, Nebraska AgM'cultu1'e Sigma Kappa Zeta. MABEL ANDERSON Wahoo, Nebraska Agriculture Alpha Phi. ROSE G. ANDERSON Gothenburg, Nebraska Teacher: College MARIE APLAN Rushville, Nebraska Arif and Science: Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Latin Club. GOLDIE P. APPLEGATE Peru, Nebraska Art: and Science: Latin Club, Mathematics Club, Peru Club. MARIE AXTELL Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scieneef PAUL T.fBABSON Seward, Nebraska Arif and Scienccr Bushnell Guild, Palladlan, Alpha Kappa Psi. AMY L. BAKER Geneva, Nebraska Arty and Sczcnccf ESTHER L. BAKER Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scicnccf CECILE BALDWIN Wahoo, Nebraska Ari: and Science: Delta Delta Delta, Latin Club. RICHARD BALLIMAN Omaha, Nebraska Agricultun' Phi Kappa Psi, Viking. ROBERT NORMAN BALSTER Utica, Nebraska Afgrzcultuw? JOHN L. BARTON Sundance, YVy'Oming Law Delta Chi. NIABETH BEACH Lincoln, Nebraska Jrly and Scicncef J. ERNEST BELL Hardy, Nebraska Agriculture CHESTER Ross BENTZ Kenesaw, Nebraska Engivzcerzug English Society. ss l if in 1 V ,,., ,. CLARENCE RAY BIGELOXV Harrison, Nebraska Arif cmd Sczcnccx HERMAN A. BISKIE Juniata, Nebraska Agriculture Agriculture Club, United Agricultural Club. ADOLPH BLUNK Grand Island, Nebraska Engi1zfc'1'141zg DAN YV. BOLTON Paxicc, Kansas illcdzcme ERNEST F. BORCHERT Holdrege, Nebraska En gimfcrz 71 g NORIVIAN T. BOURKE Omaha, Nebraska flrtr and Scicnccf ADRIAN R. BRIAN Columbus, Nebraska Arif and Scienccr Sigma Chi, Viking. E. MERLE BROUSE Stratton, Nebraska Afgricullure Agriculture Club, Union. EDITH BROWN Sargent, Nebraska .filrtr and Scienccf ALAN BRUNDAGE Tecumseh, Nebraska Art: and Science: l I i JUNIORS ALBERT E. BRYSON, JR. Fullerton, Nebraska Law Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Delta, Helmet Quill, Chr. Law Hop Czj Corn- husker Staff Cz, 3j. Treasurer Class CID, Awgwan Staff QI, zj, Business Manager Aw- SWHH R33- RUTH AMY BURCH Lander, WVyoming flgriculture Delta Zeta, Silver Serpent. HAROLD D. BURGESS Beatrice, Nebraska Arty and Science: JOSEPHINE BURKETT Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science: Kappa Kappa Gamma. EDWIN BAIARCELLUS BURR Aurora, Nebraska dm' and Scieucef Sigma Delta Chi, Kosmet Klub. GUY L. BUSH Winterset, Iowa Agriculture Delta Tau Delta, President Agriculture Club, "Carnival", Executive Board, Cornhusker. BLANCHE M. BUSK Omaha, Nebraska flrtf and Science: Alpha Chi Omega. :KATHERINE M. BUSSE Decatur, Nebraska Arty and Scierzcer JOHN G. BUTTER Omaha, Nebraska Agriculture Pi Kappa Phi, Agriculture Club. JOHN LORIN CALEY Sterling, Nebraska Law Alpha Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Football C21 QD, Nlanager Junior Play. JUNIORS lx4ARY EUNICE CAMP Lincoln, Nebraska flrlf and Sriencex HENRY WILLIAM CAMPBELL Elgin, Nebraska Law Kappa Sigma, Spike, Phi Delta Phi, Basketball Team Czj. EDWARD EVERETT CARR Beaver City, Nebraska Law Acacia, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Delta Signa Rho, Y. M. C. A., Varsity Debating Team QD, Junior Play, Chairman Junior Debate, Cornhusker Staff, Winner Callaghan Company Prize. GOITLIEB OLIVER CAST Lincoln, Nebraska Am and Seizure: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Glee Club. GEORGE L. CLARK ' Wooclville, Nebraska Engineering Phi Delta Theta. IVIAURICE C. CLARK Omaha, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Silver Lynx, Kosmet Klub, Dramatic Club, English Club, Phi Alpha Tau, Helmet and Quill, Varsity Debating Squad CID, Awgwan Staff CID CZD, Author Kosmet Klub Play, "The Night of the Nymphsf' ' MCKINLEY F. CLARK Lincoln, Nebraska Engiueerivzg A. S. M. E. MABEL S. CLAYTON Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Srifncer MAE S. CLAYTON Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scifncef SANFORD L. CLEMENTS Elmwood, Nebraska Agriculturf 91 ,l ROWLAND N. CLOUD Woodbury, New Jersey Art: ami Scifncef Class Play. LOUISE COE Nebraska City, Nebraska Arif and Scifnfer Kappa Alpha Theta, Silver Serpent, Junior Prorn Committee. ETHEL B. COEEMAN Lincoln, Nebraska flgricullure Girl's Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. EDLA A. COLLINS Wakefield, Nebraska flrtf and Scimzcw FLOYD M. COLLINS Ord, Nebraska Art: and Seizure: Delta Tau Delta, Iron Sphinx, Viking. HELEN CORNELL Peru, Nebraska A115 and Sozfvrcef LENORE Coiuucic Lincoln, Nebraska flriy and Srzencff ALBERT I. COVERT Washington, D. C. Law Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Tau, Off'icer's Club, Associate Editor Daily Nebraskan. EMILY LUCY Cox York, Nebraska flirt: and Sr1'e1zce.f Kappa Alpha Theta ALMA CRAVEN YVayne, Nebraska Arif and Scisnffr Alpha Phi. 92 u. I 11, , ,ale rl. lj i f,.11,g.1' 3 11't11v' f 1f1',1v9f11'l lil 1 fl fl H111 ll lg . I ,111 1ll lil 11 l all 1, lil il 'Q ill 1, ll Q E if fi lil Sl 1 11, : 15! 1 1 .1 :-' 1 l 11 gl111,. ll 1531 1 , 1 "5 lf 1 :l V, iq 1, 11 ,5 fi l1 if if 1 1 ll iw .53 lil ml i1 lil ll fel l1,1 ill .ll l ill! 21 13 l l 3 fi El l LI' 341 21 111 1 E ' fl 11 1 l S1 5 fl ga gl 11 J 15g I H H -, 1 E . ,. . 31 ,l 11 11 l 1'1 1 1.1 l 1 X ii' 1 ll Il-1 .1 Q 1,2 111551 I1 1 F YF 1 1, :HI f 7 l1 lX4ARGARET ISABEL CRUE Tilden, 'Nebraska Art: and Sciencef GLADYS ELIZABETH DANA Lincoln, Nebraska Fine .41'z,r ANDERS C. DEBEL Lincoln, Nebraska Fine Afrtf CLARISSA DELANO Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Science: Alpha Delta Pi, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club, Home Economics Club. CLYDE B. DEMPSTER Beatrice, Nebraska Engineenng HESTER DICKINSON Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture DONALD BENEDICT Dow Elwood, Nebraska .fifrtf and Scieneef Alpha Chi Sigma, Band, Kearney Club. BERTHA DRIFTMEIER Lincoln, Nebraska Artf and Scieneef HAROLD I. DUNCAN Beatrice, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club. W. L. DUNTEN Pleasant Dale, Nebraska Art: and Seiencef Y. M. C. A. 4 lk! iafnlifif-fri"--. 1-:1f'-H1153 -wvrrjcffj i f :E lt 5, 1 34'v--A-"ffl'1'f 'iiigggigif' fem nfs ' ii, RP- " l K'T1wiv-v:7""' . I 15.1-1.: JUNIORS D. GILBERT ELDREGE Omaha, Nebraska Law Silver Lynx, Junior Debating Team. JOHN GORDON ELLIOTT University Place, Nebraska .flrlf and Sfiencff Kosmet Klub, Viking, Dramatic Club, Alpha Tau Omega. URA HESTER ELLISON Superior, Nebraska Afrtx and Sciencer Y. VV. C. A., Union, Latin Club. DOROTHY ELLSNVORTH Lincoln, Nebraska Am and Sciencef Delta Gamma, Daily Nebraskan Czj 135. RUTH ENYEART Beatrice, Nebraska Agriculture Delta Zeta. GLENN S. EVERTS Lincoln, Nebraska flrtf and Science: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, President Y. M. C. A. OSCAR H. FISHBACK Beatrice, Nebraska flgriculzure Farm House, Agriculture Club. JOE C. FLAHERTY Dixon, Nebraska Law Delta Upsilon, Nlanaging Editor Awgwan, Phi Delta Phi, Daily Nebraskan Staff. IRENE B. FLECK Lincoln, Nebraska .dirty and Scifvzcef PHEBE FOLSOM Lincoln, Nebraska Am and Srimzcfr Kappa Kappa Gamma. JUNIORS HARRISON L. GAYER Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Alpha Sigma Phi, Color Sergeant. WILLIAh'I LEWIS GARRISON Sutton, Nebraska Engineering A. I. E. E., Cross Country Team 1915. M. M. GARRETT Madison, Nebraska Engineering I Alpha Theta Chi, Engineering Society, Chair- man Engineering Hop. SPRAY L. GARDNER Valentine, Nebraska Law Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Dramatic Club, Spike, Master of Ceremonies Junior Prom. CARL D. GANZ Dunbar, Nebraska Law Acacia, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Innocents, Senior President, Athletic Board QQ, Junior Prom Committee, Varsity Wrestling Team 42? C33- JAMES W. GALLOWAY Holdrege, Nebraska Engineering Sigma Tau, Union, A. S. IVI. E. MARGARET MARIE GALE Beatrice, Nebraska Agrieulture Unlon. CHARLES M. FREY Sterling, Nebraska Arif and Science: Union, Comus Club, First Sergeant Company F, Junior Managing Editor 1916 Cornhusker, Daily Nebraskan Staff Czj, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet CED, Varsity Debating Squad QD, Junior Play Committee. CHAS W. FRANCE Milford, Nebraska Engineering Bushnell Guild. PAUL A. FoUTs Central City, Nebraska A gricnl ture f 90 . 5 .i .. WALTER LEONARD GLASER Stanton, Nebraska Engznefrmg CI-IAS. E. GLASSER Bradshaw, Nebraska Engivzecrivzg OfHcer's Club. LILLIAN GNAM Macedonia, Iowa Arif and Sciencer Pi Beta Phi. VV. F. GOODMAN Cody, Wyoming Agriculture LIVINGSTONE A. GORDON Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scufncer KEITH A. GRAUL Exeter, Nebraska flrtr and Sciencer Silver Lynx, Sigma Delta Chi, Helmet and Quill. ALBERT D. GREENLEE Sidney, Nebraska Engineering Delta Upsilon. ERNEST U. GUENZEL Lincoln, Nebraska Afrtr and Scienref Phi Kappa Psi, Freshman Olympic Committee, Freshman Varsity Football, Varsity Squad, Football'19r4, junior Class Football. EDWARD L. GUTHBERLET Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sczencer VIRGIL J. HAGGART St. Paul, Nebraska Law Delta Tau Delta, Helmet and Quill, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Delta, Glee Club QU C25 C3D, Junior President, Assistant Business lXfIanager Awgwan. ,,s,,-.7 f-.W -- +R:-t --I..-y . X- at 1. :, Vi rf- as Kas .3 .1 I 2, In . .q 1" 1 n 511. llilffiyl . ,,llJ,l 'Milli if W." iff? AW fdlll ,. '1 "SIE lib-l Q:...Jl IN rl N1 5' ly.: 5-1 nl li ll :li All "la 22 alll rl lla El, ls ,ll W 'l .,, , ly gif All 'fl lg lj Ili Qu 1 I ll' ., YI fi 'Q A ll Y li fe is E' ll lf! ,, ul ' I i-l ll I 3 A I4 '1 l Il .1 A f ., I . ,l I' li if I bi-i ll tx -H li I 54 F if y, "s 13 ln :, H -Q 1 - 'l 1 ! 1 , . r, 'AI I? .W ,-f'-I ""T3I"'L7""'2f , ff' 7.1: - ,..- A-A-. ,f. F I - ,, . , 1ff..,.. H , , ,U . , . . -. l JUNIORS MARY HALLER Omaha, Nebraska Agvliculture A Alpha Phi, Girl's Club, Y. YV. C. A., Home Economics Club. VICTOR HUGO HALLIGAN North Platte, Nebraska Law Phi Delta Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Iron Sphinx, Football Team, Football Captain IQI4, A. B. IQI4, Junior Hop Committee. ALA BELLE HANNA Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Scienfff CHRISTINE HOPE HANSON Concord, Nebraska Arif and Sczmcef ROY HARNEY Wagner, South Dakota Law Delta Upsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Viking, Iron Sphinx, Sophomore President, Assistant Business Manager Daily Nebraskan, Chair- man Junior Prom. HENRIETTA HAWKINS Ord, Nebraska Art! and Scimcef BYRON G. HAYS Broken Bow, Nebraska Agrirulture Sigma Nu, Viking. HAZELLE LEA HEDBLOOL1 Stromsburg, Nebraska Arty cmd Sczencex MYRA HEINE Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture HENRY H. HEITNIAN Crete, Nebraska AVg1'1fculture w D, A-. --eff , ew- .1-.ef-'f-' '--Q--:---- 'fi 1 -t N, -A'.:'A .1.a..a..,,ifL,J1YJ! ,mf HPF, :,Ne,N,,,xxA3. J- - ' 'K' '-' ' --slxxrts. E-43325. . .,.. -?mA--,...v. 55 l L- A -.5 A NX -. '--L44 1. JIQW' -.giga..-if,1l u.:'-,v Six'-K-:img wp L JUNIORS CHARLES W. HELZER Valentine, Nebraska Evzginewing Delta Tau Delta, Viking, Iron Sphinx, Chairman Olympic Committee 1914. T1-los. A. HEPPERLEN Beatrice, Nebraska Law FRANK L. HIXENBAUGH Omaha, Nebraska Law Delta Chi, Spike, Iron Sphinx, Freshman Debating Team, First Sergeant Company G. CHAS. C. HOFFMAN Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sczenfef VIVIENNE HOLLAND Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Alpha Phi, lvlystic Fish, Pan Hellenic Council, Y. XV. C. A., Girl's Club, Daily Nebraskan Staff. HAROLD F.g-HOLTZ Burley, ldaho Enginewing Acacia, Sigma Tau, Y. M. C. A., A. S. M. E. FirstiSergeant Company I, Assistant Business Nlanager Blue Print, Y. Nl. C. A. Cabinet C25 C35- B. C. HOPEWVELL Tekamah, Nebraska Law PANSY HELEN Hosriarrrzn Douglas, Nebraska Arif and Scifncef Y. W. C. A. BCLARIE GENEVIEVE HOYE Omaha, Nebraska 111-15 and Science: EDYVIN O. HUGG Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Sciznrfr Delta Tau Delta, Freshman Football Team, Freshman Basketball Team, Football Squad Qzj, Track Team CZD, Class Football QQ, Captain Varsity Basketball Team QQ. JUNIORS ARTHUR W. INGERSOLL Syracuse, Nebraska Agriculture RUTH IRVINE Wakefield, Kansas Arty and Science: Gamma Phi Beta. LUCY M. JEFFORDS Eclipse, Nebraska Agriculture V Achoth. NETTIE F. JEFFREY Creston, Iowa Art: and Scieucer Delta Zeta. W. B.. JEFFREY Sloan, Iowa f Arif and Science: ADA BURKETT JOHNSON Mead, Nebraska Agriculture FRED H. JOHNSON Hastings, Nebraska Law ' Delta Chi. MARION C. KASTLE North Bend, Nebraska Am and Sciencef Alpha Chi Omega, Xi Delta, Girlls Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. MARGUERITE O. KAUFFMAN Hardy, Nebraska Art: and Science: Silver Serpent, Latin Club, German Dramatic Club, Girl's Club, Y. XV. C. A., Student Publication Board, Vice-President Junior Class, Chairman Junior Play Committee, Girl's Club Council. ETHEL F. KITTENGER Lincoln, Nebraska A1155 and Scieucef Alpha Delta Pi, Silver Serpent, German Drama- tic Club. v L 99 ,Tim fi" ix' 4 L - ,.Q3j:i JUN1oRs VIVIAN M. KNIGHT Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scifmef Delta Zeta. VINA KOHLER Flandreau, South Dakota Arif and Sciencef Alpha Chi Omega. LEO KRAUS I Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Science: Clarkson, Nebraska LADISLAUS KU1-3114 Arty and Scifncff Dramatic Club, Komensky Klub. M. META KUNDE Wymore, Nebraska Art: and Scimcey RALPH LAHR Lincoln, Nebraska Law Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Iron Sphinx. LELAND G. LANDERS Norfolk, Nebraska Jlgriculture Pi Kappa Phi, Agriculture Club. ALBERT VINCENT LANDGREN Omaha, Nebraska Evzginfering A. I. E. E., Engineering Society, Tegner, Mathematics Club. MURIEL LANZ Des Moines, Iowa Arif and Sczencer AL1cE LAVVREN CE Fairmont, Nebraska Arif and Sommer K Af.-' , - . in F- A--f M 'H'-' --'M H , -if t , W I Nn,,..,,.1.....1?1E 'rf 1 4, vm. , ,Y - , 1 --- ,V ..- .-.---1:r-'-ff5:-1- i- n, i x 'lfl "'il lll l w,,,......., , 1,1 I. 'QQ fll , 1 . .ap M 'xl .X .J XFN r iw: vi v""I at :qi l. ini .ji lvl i f l ' I l 1 l 'A 1 w. V fl Ql I Ml fl 11 T I 5. . . l . . i v Fl r- E.-J I W. ,, ll if V. l 2,3 mf 9 2 'Q 1 L. 5. F E ll- Eli l l Ai l , U fl 53 EQ ll 'Tl nl ' I l-.1 ' I l 13 ig, I --fkll. l -'srl JUNIORS OLIVE LEAMER South Omaha, Nebraska A4715 and Science: MARGARET LEWIS Omaha, Nebraska Agriculture EDWARD L. LIEBENDORFER Pawnee City, Nebraska Afgricullure , Comus Club, Pawnee Club, Agriculture Club, Pershing Rifles, Captain University Com- pany, Of'licer's Club, Cadet OfHcer's Asso- ciation. ELMER E. LINDEBALD Oakland, Nebraska film' and Science: Forestry Club. ' CHAS. E. LIVELY Lushton, Nebraska Art: and Sfimref MARGUERITE LOEB Lincoln, Nebraska Fine Ari: Alpha Phi. MAURICE BLAINE LONG College View, Nebraska Arty and Sciemf: FERNE LONGACRE Dodge, Nebraska Am and Sciffncff Latin Club, Mathematics Club, Captain Freshman Basketball Team. ' MAURICE M. Looivus Omaha, Nebraska Law Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Vikings, Spikes. EMU. Lokucs Arlington, South Dakota Agriculture - l JUNIORS ANNA LOUISE LUCKEY Lincoln, Nebraska Afrtf and Sciencef Alpha Chi Omega, German Dramatic Club, Deutscher Geselliger Vcrein, Union, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. I. LLOYD LYNE Nelson, Nebraska Enginefring A. I. E. E. WILLA MACREYNOLDS Ashland, Nebraska Agricullure T. E. MARUYAMA Wakayama Ken, japan Engineering ROBERT JAMES MATHEWS Scottsbluff, Nebraska Agriculture BERYL MAWHINNEY Ravenna, Nebraska Arif and Scirncex ,Delta Delta Delta. EDNA MAXON Scottsbluff, Nebraska Arif and Scifncef HELEN LOUISE MCCOMAS Ord, Nebraska Arif and Science! ARTHUR JOHN MCGEE Lincoln, Nebraska Enginefring Catholic Studentfs Club, Engineering Society. C. LEROY ME1s1NcSR Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sriencef Composer Kosmet Music 132, Cornhusker Staff 135. JUNIORS IRWIN A. MELLON Ponca, Nebraska Law A Sigma Phi Epsilon. TED METCALFE Lincoln, Nebraska Law Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Delta Chi. CLARENCE EUGENE MICKEI, Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Associate Editor "Agriculture". ARTHUR B. MICKEY Osceola, Nebraska Arif and Science: M. LLOYD MINTHORN i Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Srieucef Alpha Sigma Phi, Iron Sphinx. ANNIE MOGENSON .Fullerton, Nebraska Arty and Scieufef CARRIE DOROTHY MOODIE West Point, Nebraska Arif and Science: Achothg Silver Serpent, Y. W. C. A., Girl's Club. HAROLD P. MORGAN Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Spikes, Agriculture Club, Delta Chi, Chairman Olympic Committee QID fzj, Sophomore Hop Committee, Master of Ceremonies Agriculture Club Hop. MERLE MO,SSMAN Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Scienfer AUDREY SUE MURPHY Cedar Rapids, Nebraska Art: and Sciencex 103 -LLL-'AKA , QQ Lg fx I 4 L- ,-m,A ,H -' r - l - F ' V QA r IUNIORS ROLAND EDISON MURPHY Midnapore, India Arif and Science: Phi Delta Theta. G. J. NABER Waco, Nebraska Art: and Sciences German Dramatic Club, President Deutcher Geselliger Verein. HAROLD G. NEFF Omaha, Nebraska Agriculture Silver Lynx, Chairman Junior Hop. ORA E. NEFF Omaha, Nebraska Arif and Science: Y. W. C. A. HARVEY F. NELSON Omaha, Nebraska Law Silver Lynx, Phi Delta Phi, Kosmet Klub, Varsity Basketball. GEORGE NEUSWANGER Greeley, Colorado Agriculture 'Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club. E. G. NORDSTROM Waverly, Nebraska Agriculture B. NOVOTNY Clarkson, Nebraska Agriculture Agriculture Club, Komensky Klub, Quarter- master Sergeant University Company. MARJORIE ODMAN Valparaiso, Nebraska Art: and Sciencer EDNAXA. OGDEN Genoa, Nebraska Art: and Science: , l 104 ll l .. . .. A xl A .- O . .-v.T,V A. we -1-.-523. ,, --.,,. ?. ,- --- .L -... ...NWC , ..-.,-.,....... IUNIORS ALVIN C. OLSON Strornsburg, 141-15 ami Scieucm Delta Chi. ESTHER LUCILE ORD Auburn, Agriculture Y.W.C.A.g Home Economics Club. ELIZABETH OSGOOD Hyannis Teacher! RAYMOND P. PARRY Lincoln, Arif and Sczencff SIDNEY JACK PEARCE I Lincoln, Agnculture LOUISE JOYCE PECK Cedar Bluffs, Art: and SCiE71L'K.f MATILDA K. PETERS Lyons, Agriculture Girls Clubg Home Economics Club. PAULINE PETERS Yutan, Arif ami Seizure: LULLA PETERSON Omaha, Arif and Scieozrcu' Basketball Team 3. LLOYD W. POLSLEY Wahoo, Arn and Scimcer -. ,Y 4 ,YY, 0-4 .., ...Q- Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska 5 JUNIORS GROVE W. PORTER Nebraska City, Nebraska Arif and Scimzcef Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Kappa Zeta, Spikes. GRLO ALLEN POWELL Stuart, Nebraska Engineering A.S.M.E. .NIARSCHELLE H. POWVER Lincoln, Nebraska flrtf and Sciences' Glee Club. ROBERT YV. PROUDFIT Friend, Nebraska Law Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Tau, Master of Cere- monies Iunior Hop. EMIL J. PRUSA Howells, Nebraska Agriculture Comus Club, Cornhusker Staff. MELBA LoU1sE QUIGLEY Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencer Pi Beta Phi, Silver Serpent. RUTH QUIGLEY Valentine, Nebraska Arif and Sfiencei' Pi Beta Phi. WALTER R. RAECKE Central City, Nebraska Law German Dramatic Club, Phi Delta Phig Cross Country Team 25 Track Team 2. ETHEL RATHKEY Omaha, Nebraska Agriculture Union. PAUL J. RAVER Lincoln, Nebraska Evzgineerivzg Dramatic Club. JUNIORS VIDA E. RECKMEYER Osceola, Nebraska Agriculture ' ISAAC ROY RICHARDS Lincoln, Nebraska Agrifullurf ETHEL FREDA RICHERT Clay Center, Nebraska Agricultun' Home Economics Club. , JOHN L. RIDDELL Beatrice, Nebraska Law Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Freshman Law President, Assistant Nlanager University Week. IDA K. ROBERTS Nebraska City, Nebraska Arif and Sciemrf Y. W. C. A. WM. INIORELAND RocERs, IR. Ragan, Nebraska , Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Society, Commercial Club. GLEN L. Ross David Citv, Nebraska Arty and Science: i Spikes, Viking, Delta Tau Delta. FLORENCE SANDY Gretna, Nebraska Agriculture Achoth, Girls Club, Y.W.C.A. RAYMOND JUNE SAUNDERS Red Cloud, Nebraska Arty and Srience: Kappa Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig Iron Sphinx, Viking. R. B. SAXON Lincoln, Nebraska Enginfwing A.S.M.E. IUNIORS LoU1sE SCHAVLAND Lincoln, Nebraska Amir and Scimcer Alpha Xi Deltag Dramatic Club. CARL A. S. SCHEIBEL Campbell, Nebraska Art: and Sfiencef Y.M.C.A. JOHN HENRY SCHEIDT Friend, Nebraska Agriculture Agriculture Club. OTILLA F. Sci-IMIDT -Tecumseh, Nebraska Afrtf and Sciencef Y.NV.C.A. CHAS. E. SCHOFIELD Lincoln, Nebraska Art: and Sciencfr Varsity Debater 35 Bushnell Guild CLARA BARBARA SCHULTE Elgin, Nebraska Arif and Sciencr: WM. ALFRED SCHUMACKER DeWitte, Nebraska Engineering Alpha Tau Omegag Vikingg Oilicers Club. HELEN LOUISE SCHVVAB McCook, Nebraska Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Ornegag Junior Play Committeeg Silver Serpentg Girls Clubg Y.YV.C.A. DORIS ScRocc1N Oak, Nebraska Arif and Scienfff Alpha Ornicron Pig Silver Serpentg Girls Clubg Xi Delta. GENEVA SEEGER Lincoln, Nebraska flgricullure 4 Mmm... Q JUNIORS MILTO,N R. SELZER Scottsbluff, Nebraska Agriculturz' - Phi Kappa Psi, Iron Sphinx ANNA MAE SHADE Lorimor, Iowa flrtf and Scirwrfi LULU SHADE Hebron, Nebraska Arif ami Scifvmnf Delta Delta Delta. CHAS. R. SHERER Red Cloud, Nebraska Arty and Scienrff Pallacliang Mlathematics Club. RICHARD S. SHERMAN , Riverton, Iowa Arty and Srimzrcff Alpha Tau Omega. MARGARET SHERWIN Lincoln, Nebraska Afgriculture FRANK M. SIDES Dakota City, Nebraska Law GRANT W. SILL Utica, Nebraska Medifiue VIRGIL E. SKIPTON Shickley, Nebraska Q Law ESTER M. SMITH Lincoln, Nebraska Alpha flrlf and Srievzcef Xi Delta. JUNIORS PAUL H. SMITH Lincoln, Nebraska Engimering W. K. SNYDER Omaha, Nebraska Agriculzurf CHAS. S. SPAULDING Lincoln, .Nebraska Engivwering IRA B. STARR W Lincoln, Nebraska Engineering DOROTHY STEPHENS Long Beach, Arn and Sriencef Kappa Kappa Gamma. I. DONALD STEVENS Beatrice, Art: and Sfievzcef Delta Tau Deltag SpikesgBandgVice Commercial Club. JOHN STODDART Lincoln, Evzgmeerzng Beta Theta P1. ET!-IEL STONE Lincoln, Art: and Scimzfrf Achothg Y.W.C.A.g Girls Club. GERTRUDE M. SUFSS McCook, - Art: and Sciencfr Girls Clubg Y.W.C.A. C. L. R. SVVANSON Oakdale, E11.ginee?ri1zg Civil Engineering Society. California Nebraska President Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska al-1, 5.1 ' i .nl ,1 fl L! Fl il -i 3 H Y. Q FR 3 il 35 Fl! gn fi 1 G gl rl "iii, M Wig in 'Lg ,tm is mi 1 5' lil it Ili! Ji All L ll T' ll RX l fi 'ix lf a lil lg V4 Ga iQ' 'xi il ig. QQ ll it E V i ir E .ki I 31 T .., ia rl 7 ii- zii, iii 3: il 1 il A il l ff lf' ag fri tl 'fl . ., . - .- 'gli JUNIORS AXEL CARL RICHARD SVVENSON . Oakland, Nebraska Arif and Sciericff Palladian, Phi Alpha Tau, Delta Sigma Rho, Tegner, Deutscher Geselliger Verein, Dra- matic Club, German Dramatic Club, Math Club, Y.lVI.C.A., Class Debate, Varsity Debater 3, Class President 2, Assistant Nlanager University Weeli. EUNICE LEONORA TAYLOR Hastings, Nebraska Agriculture . Home Economics Club, Y.W.C.A. MAY YV. TAYLOR Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scimzcef FAY EVELYN TEEL Red Cloud, Nebraska - flrtf and Sciericcf Kappa Kappa Gamma. ARTHUR W. TELL ' Dunbar, Nebraska Eugineerivzg ARTHUR E. TENHAEFF Lincoln, Nebraska Art: ami Scieucef Alpha Kappa Psi. RALPH LEROY THIESEN West Point. Nebraska Arif and Sciericef Sigma Phi Epsilon, Varsity Basketball 2, 3. MABEL PEARL THoMPsoN Madison, Nebraska Agriculture Home Economics Club, Girls Club, Y.W.C.A. EDITH E. TULLY Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture Y.W.C.A., United Agricultural Society, Home Economics Club. HOWARD L. UPDEGRAFF Omaha, Nebraska Medicine Delta Chi, Phi Rho Sigma, Helmet and Quill, Iron Sphinx, Cornhusker Staff I, 2, 3,AWgW21I1 Associate Editor 2, President Pre-Medics 2, Pulse 2. ii ii 2. f A JUNIORS GARRET E. VAN METER Lynch, Nebraska Art: and Scizncer Football Squad 2, 3. CHAS. C. VASEY Liberty, Nebraska Ag1-icnlznrf LEONARD O. VOSE Lincoln Nebraska Agriculture Alpha Zeta, Chemistry Club, Dairy Club. ROY EDWARD WAGNER Tilden, Nebraska Engineering - BETTY WALKER Douglas Nebraska Art: and Srienfe: Delta Gamma. GUY VV. XVALROD Bradshaw, Nebraska Enginerring ROBERT B. XIVARING Q Geneva, Nebraska . Law Silver Lynxg Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Alpha Taug Dramatic Clubg YVorld Polity Clubg Varsity Debating Squadg Sophomore Debating Team, Varsity Debater 3. MARION VVATKINS Lincoln, Nebraska Arty and Srifnrff . Delta Gamma. PHILLIP XVATKINS Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Scienre: Phi Kappa Psi. JESSEiBURTlAVATSON Plainview, Nebraska flrtr and Sriencff M", - , ,.,x..? , . ., V. . ., N V. L , , .- ii 1,5 My r 1 vf 'I .il il "3 1 ,ii V L. . ,u 4 L. 1 . . '-I 3 ,I V. W .. 'vu 'fe-It . .L gpg ill-1 rr El., Hg .jf JUNIORS JAMES L. WAY Wahoo, Nebraska 'ff f Engineering 1 ill. 4T:ig, fl QQ. I-Wi Dorus WVEAVER Lincoln, Nebraska ii l' l ' Arif and Science: Gamma Phi Beta. sir lt i li iii Ll l il ji li iii MABEI. R. WVEBBER Orleans, Nebraska it I 2 Agriculture ' 'gl fi li I fi GENEVIEVE WELSH Central City, Nebraska 'fg l Art: and Seiencef X3 V4 Alpha Phi, Silver Serpent, Y.VV.C.A.g Girls T,5,'l Club, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior iii li Prom. Committee. 'iff 3 l f, ,E 'i iff' i f 'If i li CYRIL I. WERTZ - Richland, Nebraska T. p- Engineering till A.LE.E. ii ll. IVIILDRED WEsEEN Oakland, Nebraska iff ' Am and Seiencex H ' Union. .E H. F. WETHERBEE Beatrice, Nebraska .7 Engineering I V 1 HELEN IDA WYHITE Edgemont, South Dakota ' Art: and Scienre: I Ei l' HAROLD B. WHITFIELD Lincoln, Nebraska I' Engineering i .L 'Eli F? . RUTH IRENE WVI-IITMORE Valley, Nebraska I 1 Arty and Sciencef Alpha Chi Omega, Mystic Fish. is Q, W E 'Ili Pi l I H, - ii Q11 ' if QL., ... e e L E ,U sf:-La J K..- ,. ,. I . ,. . Q... - . -- . , O ......-.-..,...-,,-.-......,..a,-..,,-,s qi X I , -L . Tiff, ,uh -.Ifw5g," 1-.iw--f.-:xr-f. - .5 F.. - lf..-,---.-1 A.-.-" , I wg- Q t--vs.-His?-W .pw l ..-..L.-, L . . . ,,... , . .- ...,..L --2 --an .S JUNIORS I ' I l I K GUY EMERSON WILCOX Abilene, Kansas Engineering HENRY W. WILLIAMS Lincoln, Nebraska Agriculture 1 HOWARD S. WILSON Lincoln, Nebraska ' Ari: and Science: ' Phi Kappa Psig Dramatic Club. NIARTHA' B. WINTER Norfolk, Nebraska Arif and Sriencer German Dramatic Club. FLORENCE WIRT Lincoln, Nebraska , 3 flrtr and Science: Union. LILLIAN JANETTE NVIRT Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Sciencef Union. HENRY W. VVITTE Swanton, Nebraska ' flrlf and Seiencer Commercial Club. BERNICE M. WooD Gibbon, Nebraska . .flrtf and Scieneef Y.YV.C.A.5 Girls Clubg Kearney Clubg lVIath. Club. FLORENCE XKVOOD Lincoln, Nebraska Arif and Science: Kappa Alpha Theta. l , l HAROLD B. WOOD Aurora, Nebraska if Engineering 1 ' Phi Delta Thetag Track Team. 1 l A l l Q lw l ,I I JUNIORS LEONA WOOD Springboro, Penn. Amr and Sciencw lf' FLORENCE WRIGHT Tecumseh, Nebraska :gl , Arif and Sciencfzr ,, . l 2 V1 . il EARL S. YOUNG Hebron, Nebraska f 5 Law I " Q ' Delta Upsilon. ips ill . 8 MAY A. YOUNGSON Lincoln, Nebraska , 5 Agrirullure le fl AUGUST ZUHLKE Bancroft, Nebraska , i I Agriculture "V Cadet Band, Alpha Sigma Phi, Agriculture 1 l if ,. I I l Club, Class Football. :ii ' ll iv OTTO H. ZUMWINKEL Utica, Nebraska Law Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi, A. B. 1915. l I ,, Aw if I ' I ' fi ELIZABETH DOYLE Lincoln, Nebraska 1 I I I Arif :mal Scimfef . . Alpha Phi. il ' , 'I I , l if KENNETH Y. CRAIG Omaha, Nebraska 1 1 Art: and Sriencn I, , Sigma Chi, Kosmet Klub, Iron Sphinx, Captain j l , Company B., Kosmet Show. .ii l Q I ' I iii l sl lf , , . ll l E l' l . l l l l , ix if A ll l I 115 'I f rw- Y Y Y V, . M ' Af L v, "' if . 1 1' I 1-'l 1 We-G-ef-ff e - -- : e if A-Age-fm-'Hee'--' --1-fix Lf: EY- Evil' 4 :V is if ,f7'1tff5'?7I fx? -If-3' ,L W 'szbvj j ' . ,MV LLLYX Q' ASQ. 1' E fi L V ,,. .A SL! L. I. - ,ff ,Q Ly, up .44 he -J -. My M' E' E' Ge-A .g'5"'r if -.-.:sQ-Lag-an--'Q.1,V-Y , -,,, Lge.- -AL .Y at-. , I-':as,-Iv-Eii.5eS:.xxf-:F.11:.-.-2.-g-... A 'I .- -'X . ,.. GMM 0 I 1: ' is 'I ' I. .. If 6, L, ,. I ,nil J buphnmnres fc , I7 5 I fi ,A , , Is: c A wr I: 5, if . F Fil Q I i Y I, I 5 i ' if? " I I4 F int Semefter 5' Tf If ie EDITH YUNGBLUT - Vice-Prefident gg P7 I 'I ' I 2 if CATHERINE DODGE - Secretary fi: I+' I 1 I V LH 1 IL' IQ THEO. COBBEY - - - Treayurer Ig j I E A If E Qu F! 9 xy, . -4. r Li 1 ' IH fi 7 QE S' fi 14 W s "J if ' F 3 I kg- 1 EVERETT ANGLE V 6- ' QQ President Q I A' .I I 5 ,, L F, 9 V I '? L i , zu if fb 124 Il 5 I 3I ., f ' .U I, 5 II il 'I 4 I S I 1, I ,E , Iv ig' Second Semffter ,N I WILLIAM SCHOONMAKER Vice-Preficlent ' GEORGE GRIMES - - - Secretary 7 -' N 'X I JOHN BRESSLER - - - T1-qamwer I X 1 .lf wg.:-I NF F u '.Q1..'! ,u f - N h, -I N531 I I 3 I. 1 'T Y ,. If BEACHY MUSSELMAN f if President xi' Q ! I L 4 P U 5 I W W 116 I I A ' " ' :ILL Fa.-gfflin W-www m' ' I, ' If-NIE E,-. EL,JIz1.gi:.aL.I.,..v.' ' f I- " 1 - - I L...-I ' N 'Wwe M, eg - A' - fs- wap 4f.4i.v L.-G fr.-V - f Snpbumnre Ciummittees FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Hop Committee HOMER P. RUSH, Chr. JOHN COOK, M. C. DOROTHY DAVIES C. A. WVEYMULLER ALFRED ADAMS JEAN BURROUGHS IQARL BROWN Q Olympic Committez LLOYD TULLY, Chr. CHESTER THOMPSON GEO. NIILBY WORTH MINNICK REED DAVE FORD ADDISON DOLING JAMES YOUNG ERNEST LINN Hop Committee JOHN CHAMP, Chr. HAROLD IKELLEY, M. C. WEBSTER SAGE RAWSON WIVHITE GLADYS HOLLAND EDNA COEFEY HELEN -YOUNG HERMAN THOMPSON WILLIAM TVIILLS Ivy Day Committee CARLISLE JONES, Chr. BLANCHE RANDALL LOLAH NEELEY FLORENCE BISHOP LAWRENCE NIURPHY FRED COTTER I J i 117 ', .-,- I ,,,.,. Q TJ:..F:-LL--'I ga, is 15" M V J A--, v .1 B17 .jpszmoi 5 li X-Mx r. mx'm.wX -X vm wx .5,:f-2- , , ,S , L. :tw ,B -1-'J 4 I b W AX js., 1 JA 1' Q' V f' f 595' -.ff-IQ: '- 5 iv..-iris.: Qi 41:25 " - fi . 2 ' Jfj::f::. lfsffr-QF:-1s- . . 2 ., x E ff-f12S:"'f . . 'f:13,' J,:fgTe:kAx? -1 ,- ,Q x- .g4ga',"' .V E..-'Tir -x. rc- ,5 : 4:55. 4 1'-fx:--55, T3 N:'?z.:k4.,1 , 46 ,. ,.f-2-fssnz' , .wzsw .1 -fir xi 5 1 N f N WJ , 'w ll N X 1 I i I ,E H Q gl , Y ,N X , IN. W f 1 I Nl N 1 -x .::, I-,JV X r'- .: ' 'E Q , Lx I 1 FN I 4 . 'fi JS- ' A ,ff al f , I ! ' N x I 5 N f f 4 3 l Q X'JTIg,1.:4:f,S,3"13 r 'A Eff ' X 4 -' :Q-1-54,54 6 "4...:X.- ..- - A - Q . 1 Q. Z- 'W 5. w , V - xy l Q 11 'V 4 Nw is Q Y Y U. Ni: .gif 1 isf ff ,- 2333 A3 1 fl' 334, ' 3' , +-ffm X 'iu 5:-33 H N "'f,,T Q rg, '1- . E 1 s, I -, --f ,nga .x "HP , -V 3... , .Q .Val 1 ,, . , 'f'Y,'ff9I SEQ - 5 -Q A f X- :freshmen is A HELEN KENDALL - - Vue Premcimt ' A MARY HELEN ALLENSWORTH, Secretary M ' JAMES COPELAND - - T1 eafuwr ,m 'E'E ' .,., MICHAEI, NOLAN President FRANCIS WHITMORE - Vice-Prefifiemf MARTHA NOBLE - - Secretary CARL FORD - - Treafwer' 121 ,YH-.,.,...,,T,-.q .. A A x ,Y X, ,Y W - - -f --1-A---W - -A-A -7,4 ,-1.44 - ,1 ' , ' ' ----'---- -.--.N ,1 , v W I 5, .-.,..,...:,.,.. ..,,,..-....fv C' . " -Y E .I ---fi.-- ,, .--. ,, f, '- - 7 ,., A. -WA 4 PAUL FLOTHOW President freshmen Qliummittess FIRST SEMESTER Frefhman Hop FULTON JACKS, JR., Chr. ROBERT VVENGER, M. C. PAUL LUDWIG . WALLACE SPEAR CHARLES PETERSON LOUIS HERMAN SPENCER FLINT FRANKLIN PITMAN Olw mpief LAWRENCE IKLINE, Chr. A. T. HINDS FRED PARKS L. V. BECKFORD CARL HARNSBERGER PETER SEAMAN GOODWIN ANDERSON Debating CARL HARNSBEROER, Chr. DANIEL PROUDFIT Athletic: ROBERT HASKELL, Chr. PACE XVOODS NIALCOLM SMITH Fvefhman Greek JACK WILLIAMS, Chr. JAMES ENSIGN ROBERT HASKELL DANIEL ARENDT PAUL WITHEY ANDREW NESBIT SECOND SEMESTER Frefhman Hop ELTING BENNETT, Chr. CARL AMICK M. C. PETER SEAMAN GUY COOMBES CHESTER BARNES CARL FORD :KATHERINE NEXVBRANCH ERNEST BURNS HELEN HOUSTON Ivy Day HAROLD SHUBERT, Chr. WVILLIAM JOHNSON FRIEDOLPH ENGSTROM HELEN JOHNSON HAROLD STEVENS YVILEORD NELSON HUGO FLYNN I WVILLIAM NICVICKER Frefhvnem Greek Mixer NIILLEDGE BULLARD, Chr. ERNEST RINKER HOWARD GRANDEN , LESLIE JOHNSON ELMER CAMPBELL SPENCER FLINT I i 1 w M ':' IN .Q v4 'ix i w ' Fm ' W -N W fi' 1 w'l Y 1 4 M, wr fi Sf 'N U QM! wi W 'Ui My 52 5 Al film ,. H1 X vly f , 4 Y 1 in W 'I ,g, it ' 514' 1 ,N V1 , ,1 , M1 LQYXX X frffii ' '3-3-M :Ham ,Q w Wg? fu EWMQ , ,.1!, H! W If' VN 1 V" lv V H ,X .3 H W 1 W, Lllllj V 1 i , , Y ' 2 , 4. ,V Q ,3. may I, , ,' Y' V 1 !tIx,4 131 Mfg MV: iff. Ki?- ffl" ly'!f I Nfxli' ui-. ! . xi ww' '1' ,gf 0 1.. ,M ,lu ,i' 4 , J w NI' H pw' ,w '12, I -M- wx., 1- -' 1' ll fl X W , M 1, ' .f WW MX1 f QV? I , , ,gjm X Mu xifw Qi ku '13 WEN: WHN1 Qflil A: W xv 2 if ,yr xv' gl Mg 7 N 1' M M Wflff! ww .'1 n"' m Nga? WW , im ,,-,-,,,,.. w ' ",,,,,, J gi i-'.'F 1 L- gr ., go,- mf r 1.-.L .- -. , ,f. ,ff-aa., ,-ff-1. - -- ' , i i ff. r ,, 1 l l Glpmpiss The Glympics is the annual class scrap between the Freshmen and Sophomores which is in charge of the Senior Innocents. It is staged on a Saturday morning preceding a big game of football to afford amusement for the upper-classmen and visitors and to give the underclassmen a means of getting rid of a lot of excess energy that might otherwise be spent in more harmful ways. - It was the Saturday of the Notre Dame game that the Sophs were given their first chance to test the mettle of the new comers and test they did and were duly surprised for the wearers of the green came off the Salt Creek Flats declared victors by the score of 57.5 to 42.5. The Sophomores had been humbled. The Olympics opened with a relay race which the older men captured without any trouble. They also won the tug-of-war, lightweight wrestling and light- weight boxing events and divided honors with their opponents for the heavyweight 125 ,har .aguur .,...,..Tv, fr -til A . f K .,,-- r- 1 -, e ...nu , 'fi' -L g ,f -If .5 - - , ' f , MGM- fe- .. --,..,..,da?,.f,a,f s .,,, ,1 , .,. .3 nn. g, .Av Y-A iriiiiiii-'i-6, lfifiiszrf-211.3 J- 4 iff sig boxing title. But it was the events that netted the most points that the Frosh were after. They won the "pushball," "class rushl' and heavyweight wrestling matches in good style. The 'iclass rushn or "free-for-alll, was the big card of the day. About one- hundred Sophomores were matched against two-hundred and fifty Frosh which match was a contest to see how quickly the first year men could dip the second year men into thesalty waters that exist around that part of the town known as Salt Creek Flats. Owing to the superior numbers, it was not long until every Soph had taken a plunge in the briny waters giving the Freshmen 30 points and the victory. The pushball contest was exceptionally good. Thirty men from each class composed the contestants. The huge inflated ball was placed in the center of the field and when the whistle blew the Sophs came in one direction and the Frosh in another. The ball was on the go from the beginning, wavering lirst from one end of the field to the other. However, as the ball was in Sophomore territory when time was called, the freshmen were given the victory. 126 H? ljbqf ,WX I ,Y HAROLD J. SCHWAB Edif01'-i1z- Chief 128 The 19 16 Clinrnbusker PAUL T. BABSON Bufmmf Ma1zager Zltbe Ciurnbusker Staff Barnett Peterson Spier Peterson A.Koupal Carr Neff Vileyrnuller Creutz Sturm Clark George Harnsberger Prusa Rhoden Crittenden Look L. Leyda Townsend C. Leyda Thomas Troup Broun Beede Jackson R. Koupal Schwab Spencer Nlisko Frye Editor-irt Chief - - Senior Maiiagihg Editor fitrtior Managirig Editor Ertgirteeririg Editor - Pre-Medic Editorf - Law Editor - Pharmacy Editor - Medic Editor - Commercial Editor - Agriculture Editorf - Military Editor - Athletic Editorf - Platform Editorf - Pitblicatiort Editor Feature Editors - Fraternity Editor - Sorority Editor - Defigrier - N 129 HAROLD J. SCHWAB P. CRAIG SPENCER CHARLES NI. FREY VINCENT C. GEORGE CHARLES WEETH CHARLES WEYMULLER CLARENCE SPIER FRED CREUTZ HOWARD UPDEGRAFF E. J. ALTHOEUSE HAROLD G. NEFF GUY L. BUSH RICHARD V. :KOUPAL IVAN G. BEEDE ELMER RHODEN WAYNE C. TOWNSEND JOHN G. ELLIOTT CAMILLE LEYDA CARL BROWN LUCILLE LEYDA CARL HARNSBERGER RALPH STURM CORNELIA CRITTENDEN EARL JACKSON RAMONA TROUF CHARLES BAISKO Qllurnbusker Business Qtaff Hartman Burroughs Arti:t: - Organization Editor: Photograph Editor: Frf:lime'ri Editor: - B'LLJ'i7'LEJ'.S' Maiiagfr A::i:tarit: Bauman Babsox Slater Blunk - LYMAN THOMAS AL LOOK C. LEROY NIEISINGER DWIGHT KIRSH JEAN BURROUGHS EVERETT CARR ALBERT BRYSON CARL H. PETERSON EMIL J. PRUSA - FRANK F. BARNETT CHARLES E. PETERSON - PAUL T. BABSON rWALTER BLUNK JACK HARTMAN ELLSWORTH NIOSER DORIS SLATER DEWITT FOSTER C. F. HOLLENBECK 130 Zllbe Ulinihersitp anti the Svtate Nebraska's state university is maintained at a cost of considerably more than a million dollars a year. What,attitude must the people hold, what course must the university pursue, to make this expenditure most worth while. Two aims, it seems to me, lead all the rest. On the people's part, we must know that the university must be free if it is to be efficient. It is wasteful, if nothing worse, to employ scholars to disseminate knowledge, and then tie their tongues. No shackles of our forging, no enforced conformity to our opinions, must bind the university or its faculty. If the uni- versity cannot be trusted with freedom, it isn't worth having. On its part, the university must have the courage of freedom. A merchant, being obliged to make his business pay its own way, must give the people about what they want. A university is publicly supported for no better reason than that it may be free to require of its students not what they may, for the moment, think they want, but what the university may thing they need. It is its part to defy the law of supply and demand, even at the loss of patronage. All of the people support the university. Hence all are entitled to its benefits. This demands of the university to turn out citizens so habituated to fine feeling and to disinterested, clear thinking that the thousand who cannot attend are profited by the proximity of the one or two who can. It is not enough, therefore, to train students to make a living. It is a great incidental function of the univ- ersity to promo-te efficiency in the economic life of the state. It should be a big brother to every worthy endeavor. But primarily its work is to turn out inspiring men and women. To accomplish this, the university must educate for culture even where the student or his parent may want only a training for a high salary. Students with purely selfish objects belong elsewhere than in a publicly supported university. In the ability of the university to maintain this standard at all costs, and in the willingness of university teachers to see the student bargain hunters throng other counters than theirs,lies the test of the universityls fulfillment of its duty to the state. If the university cannot hold up this torch, it is a vain thing. If Nebraskans can be willing thus tolerantly to be disagreed with by university men, if the university can be courageously loyal to the ideal of quality, all other problems as between university and state are on their way, it seems to me, to solve themselves. NVALTER L. Locke, Nebraska State Journal T Ulibe btuhents Greatest elieeh The greatest need of the University of Nebraska, as I see it, is the development of a public sentiment in the student body against all forms of unsportsmanlike conduct. The man who leaves the university with habits of industry well formed and with a sense of personal honor well developed already has his feet on the road to success. The student who feels that he has done a smart thing inhcheating his way through examinations is badly handicapped for the race of life. The world still pays a premium for integrity and industry and still penalizes the liar, the trickster and the profligate. The greatest need of the student body of the University of Nebraska is to take to heart the beautiful litany in .use at Rugby school, in England, where they prepare men for the responsibilities of empire: "From idleness and wandering thoughts, from feeble purpose and from low ideals, from wilful blindness to thy presence, and deafness to thy callfl 1 f'From selfish love of money and of ease, from fear of discomfort and of pain, and from all sloth and cowardicef' l , "From evil thoughts and conversation, from insincerity and dishonesty in word or work, from the temptations that most easily beset us, and from the sin of leading others into wrong." "Good Lord, deliver us." 131 The Single Tax The Single Tax is a system of complete and equitable support of student activities: complete, because all students-except those financially unable-pay the fee, equitable, because it distributes the support among all who receive the benefit. The Single Tax has the support of the Student body generally. It is true that there are a few students who object to it, but their opinion is not widely prevalent. The most serious opposition to the Single Tax is in the inherent nature of things, in the conservatism of boards, in the tendency of the public to form an opinion on first impression, in the desire of the University to not raise the entrance fees after a long campaign to lower them. . At first glance the plan itself presents certain difficulties. It seems to be wrong in principle because it compels the student to pay for something he does not ab- solutely need. It has the appearance of luxury, it seems undemocratic. These are the features that make its adoption somewhat uncertain. But further perusal of the proposition will show that these ez priori reasons must give way to others of more importance. ln the first place, the system is more equitable than the old idea. Under the old idea, all received the benefits and only a few-generally the least able-paid. Under the Single Tax all pay and all receive the benefit. True, the payment is not absolutely in proportion to the compensation received. But neither is any other system yet devised by man. Furthermore, the inequality of the benefit is due to the student, not to the system, since the opportunity is equal. And what of the practical results? In other schools it has worked great things for student life. It has lead to a keener interest in school activities on the part of those who were formerly slow about making a proper acquaintance with their fellow students. lt has made student life a real educational advantage. The prospect of a similar effect on Nebraska students has won the plan the support of the faculty. 'Whether or not the plan will be in force at Nebraska next year is yet a question. The regents have not given it their Hnal consideration. It may be remarked, however, that if the plan does not meet the approval of the regents there will probably be substituted another idea, one which will have some of the good points of the Single Tax with fewer of its evils. CHAS. EPPERSON, '16 T nebraska ani: Zltijletits Although not an alumnus of the University of Nebraska, a condition which I cannot but regret, yet for nearly a quarter of a century I have taken a keen interest in the growth and development of athletics at the Cornhusker school. Football, perhaps, gives me my greatest pleasure and the major part of my interest during the period mentioned has been centered on the game of the gridiron, as played by the sturdy young men who have represented the university of our state in that branch of inter-collegiate sport. In theory, a university or college must fulfill its mission by imparting learning to its students, yet the grind of poring over books or scurrying to classes demands diversion, which is best afforded through active participation in some form of athletic sport. The criticism that football and other branches of college sport are open only to those who "specialize" is largely due to a fault of administration, the chief reason for a lack of general participation in athletics by students, at least so far as the University of Nebraska is concerned, must deal with the question of athletic equipment. 132 Much as I dislike to state the truth, it is a fact, nevertheless, that the state university of Nebraska is trailing its sister institutions in the west in a realizatiOr1 of the importance of providing proper equipment to the end that the average student may indulge in some phase of sport. The Cornhusker institution is ill dire need of a modern gymnasium, it needs not one athletic field nor one cindcr track, but several fields and several tracks, and a larger coaching staff in order that more of its students of both sexes may take an active part in recreative sport. State legislatures and regents have not sensed the needs of the University of Nebraska in this regard, but these needs nevertheless exist and the loyal alumni of the university owe it to their alma mater to organize a campaign having as its purpose the creation of an athletic plant which will enable the Cornhusker school, which leads the west in attendance, to take its place at the front of the procession in its recognition that the cause of athletics deserves consideration only secondary to the cause of learning. Sport has its critics and often the criticism is merited, but sport, mixed with sanity, is worthy of encouragement. Football, the most criticised of all college diversions, seldom appeals to the Hmollycoddlesf' most of whom never get into touch with the purposes or aspirations of that branch of sport. Football, essential- ly, is a game for the fleet-footed, the strong-limbed, the quick-thinking, the red- blooded youth, while it presents no appeal to the hollow-chested, dyspeptic book- worm. Nevertheless, l, venture to assert that no activity at the University of Nebraska has so widely advertised the institution as its football teams of the past several years. The fame of the Cornhuskers, earned by the triumphant feats of Cornhusker teams on the gridiron, reaches to every corner of the nation, the flat- tening power of the Nebraska 'csteam-rollerv has been so strongly exemplified that hundreds of students are enrolling every year at the Cornhusker school who would have registered at other institutions but for the fact that they were attracted hither by the school which "whips them all" in football. Having inspired these students to cast their lot with the University of Nebraska, it is the duty of the institution to provide the necessary equipment to enable virtually the entire student body to take its fling at health-building sport. A close acquaintance with most of the young man who have represented the University of Nebraska on its football teams during the past twenty years or more has taught me that football is a great game, not merely a game which is pleasing t.o watch, but a game which develops character. This acquaintance has brought home to me a realization of the fact that most of the young men who have worn the moleskins at Nebraska have gone into the battles and activities of life and borne more than a full share of the burdens of developing a citizenship which has made the Cornhusker commonwealth, in the creation of wealth and prosperity and the growth and inculculat.ion of high ideals, stand second to none. The Hmollycoddlesf' the rabid enemies of football who have never known the warm handshake of an ex-Cornhusker have my sympathyg T really feel sorry that they have never availed themselves of the chance to cultivate the youths who first made good in the game of the gridiron on Nebraska field and who then proceeded to make good in the battles of life. For the future, I predict a continuation of Nebraska's successes in the various phases of athletic endeavor. VVith a director of athletics of the fine charauctejr and ability possessed by Dr. E. Stewart and with Guy Reed and "Dick Rutherford to aid the new director in his administration of the department, I do not doubt that the cause of clean, wholesome athletics at Nebraska will prosper as it never has prospered before. CHARPES A. SHIQRMAN Lincoln Daily Star Note: To the credit of lyfr. Sherman it might be said that he was the man who coined the name "Cornhuskers" as applied to Nebraska athletic heroes. lt IS one of Nebraska's best and most firmly rooted traditions. 13:3 The ZBaiIp jiehraskan itaff Moates Wveaver Jones Cejnar WVenstrand Petersfon Barnett Flaherty Beede Kauffman Chesley Eberman Miller Ellsworth Burroughs Schulte Hobson Scott Slater Paul Koupal Covert Harkson R. V. KOUPAL C. E. PAUL PERCY SPENCER DORIS SLATER A. J. COVERT Jfirst Ssmester Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Contributing Editor Afforiate Editor Affociate Editor REPORTORIAL STAFF JEAN BURROUGHS J. A. CEJNAR CHARLES PETERSON FRANK BARNETT EVA MILLER W. L. SAGE MARGUERITE KAUFFMAN U. S. HARKSON . E. B. SCOTT CLARA SCHULTE GUY MOATES JOHN KYLE C. L. JONES JOHN YVENSTRAND VIVIENNE HOLLAND JOE C. FLAHERTY 134 DOROTHY ELLSWORTH GENEVA CHESLEY AILIEN EBERMAN A. H. JENSEN IVAN BEEDE CLOY HOBSON Bnfineff Manager Ant. Bnxineff Manager Tllibe Bailp jieheaskan Staff Wenstrand Beede Pekar Fraser Holland Burroughs Kauffman Cejnar Grimes Miller Epperson Poteet Harney Qeennh Semester CHAS. H. EPPERSON . GEORGE E. GRIMES . EVA I. MILLER JOHN CEJNAR M. L. POTEET ROY HARNEY IVAN G. BEEDE JEAIXJ BURROUOHS VIVIENNE HOLLAND JACK FRASER RUTH JMIORGAN . Editor-in-Chief . Managing Editor Affociate Editor Afffociate Editor Bufiriefy Manager Ant. Bufiriesr Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF 135 EDGAR D. KIDDOO JOSEPH PEKAR JOHN WENSTRAND NIARGUERITE KAUFFMAN FERN NOBLE ,. 015112 jizhraskan 361112 ijarint btaff l Norris Holtz Leschinsky Tell Henschke Gallowav Adler George Nelson Frost Kadlecek Published four times a year-in September, November, February, and April , by the Engineering Society of the University of Nebraska. THE BLUE - PRINT STAFF V. C. GEORGE, TWF., '16 . I. K. FROST, ,16 H. F. HOLTZ, MF., ,I7 . H. F. NELSON, C. E., '16 . . Eclltov'-in-Clzlqf . Bufinefr .Manager Alff,1'5ta1zI B uf1'1ze.fJ lllanagev' . 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WILLIAMS E GUY E. :REED Ll I' I RICHARD B. RUTHEREORD JI I 3 . gh' HERBERT S. REESE Fi 3 ' A EVERETT B. SCOTT' 5 I I HUGO OTOUPALIK in if HENRY PASCALE Uk A' , IE. DR. R. G. CLAPP Fi IF7 '- ' 'Ti 5 I , pf' P f 'Y A 140 I I I Fillgl .-, , .' .Q . f- V --, V, 5, P' 4 ,. A.', .2 , 1 CGACH STIEHM It is seldom that a coach enters upon a new field and makes good so unmis- takably as former Coach Evvald O. Stiehm has doneg certain it is that no previous Cornhusker mentor ever approached the record made by him. For Coach Stiehm, it was not enough that Nebraska have good teams-he early established the ideal for which Nebraska was to strive-never to suffer a defeat. He jerked the blindfold of timidity from Cornhusker eyes, infused a fruitful fighting spirit, and at the 'end of his third year accomplished what for a long time had been impossible-the defeat of Minnesota. With Nebraska awake to her full strength and possibilities, and aided by the constant influx of new material, stimulated by his effects he gave Nebraska from then on three years unstained by a defeatg he conquered the Nlichigan Aggies,Iovva,and Notre Dame, made each succeeding team stronger than its predecessorg and finally during his last year, brought the Western championship to Nebraska. "Jumbo" Stiehm goes to Indiana with a record of thirty-five victories and two defeats behind him. It is needless to say that the Hoosiers may look for a quirking- up of things football during the next few years. To Mr. Stiehm Nebraska gives her best Wishes, and to Indiana extends her heartiest congratulations forsecuring so eminent a man as he to pilot her athletics. 1-ll . GUY E. REED Nlanager of Athletics 142 DR. E. J. STEWART Director of Athletics Clilectj 143 Hlissnuri Fallep Cdlhampiuns Reese Gardner Halberslaben Moser Kositsky Reed fManagerl Cook Rasmussen Stiehm CCoachj Otoupalik Doyle Riddell Shaw Abbott Rutherford Shields Corey Chanfberlin BestCTrainerj Caley Proctor SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR 144 ' ' ' ' N DTCK RUTHERFORD Captain Halfback Beatrice High School, All state half- backg third year on varsity. . Leader of the Hurleerr, and for three yeah' a brilliant hahfbacle. "TIM" COREY Tackle Captain-Elect, Green Bay, Wisconsin High School, Four yearsg All-state Guard, one year at Ripon College, Wisconsing Second year atNebraska. Another captain who will lead Nebraflea to the Mif50zL1'i Valley ehampiomhip. icMOTHER,7 ABBOTT Guard David City High School four years, Third year on Varsity. One of the ,rrwclieff gzzarelf Nebrafka ever had. 145 ,, .-- -,..,........, 5 q . 4a I T - tw . LOREN CALEY A Quarterback No previous experienceg Second year on the varsity. A .mee mam at reeeiving prmif. GUY CHAMBERLIN Halfback, End. Blue Springs High School three yearsg Nebraska Wesleyan two yearsg last year , on varsity. The brighter! ftar, Nebmrfecfr All- Amerieavz 1'epre.renfaZive. PAUL SHIELDS Guard South Omaha High School three yearsg Third year on Varsity. Shieldx wa: newer known to be zfaleen out of cz game or even take out time. 146 ART BALIS End Doane College one yearg Third year on the Varsity. Wvith hir and rua he if alwayf good for a gam. TED RIDDELL End Beatrice High School three years, all- state endg First year on varsity. Expert handler of the forward pang a good defenfioe mah. 147 CC LUM" DOYLE Fullback Lincoln High School three years, Captaing Second year on Varsity. Strong on dffemf, and hit the Zine hard. BRODIE PROCTOR Halfhack Kearney High School one year, all- state halfhackg Kearney State Nor- mal one yearg First year varsity. Hifi the Zine fidfwayr and gem' thru. EDSON SHAW Tackle Tecumseh High School two yearsg First' year on Varsity. An All-valley man hir jimi year. ELLSWORTH NTOSER Center Omaha High School three yearsg All- State center. First year Varsity. Hz alwayf gem' through the Zine. A ftonewall on defame. 148 . ,V -,-- , ., .VA .1 ,- , ......3Afa.,..-?.,..., , W1 1 AI,--QL., K .xi ,-.. -a....i.,. J ix ol.: u- -V.-.W -V . ..-,-- -,-!.-a--Y,1- HERBERT REESE Halfbaclc No previous experience before entering Nebraska. Played two years on his class team. First year on Varsity. Herb won hir :puff on the track and hi: Jjnzed war cz big factor in hir int 376'6l7',.S' varsity career. JIMMY GARDINER Halfback Omaha High School three years, iirst r year on varsity. Steady and Reliable-a good all-4110147103 H man, HUGO OTOUPALIK Fullback David City High School three yearsg First year on varsity. Good for zz yard or two when it wax needed-cz comer. 1-19 PAUL HALBERSLEBEN Center Lincoln High School one yearg First year Varsity. Lwed up to cz good repumtflon made with the frffhier. JOHNNY Cook Quarterback Beatrice High School, 3 years, Captain Ali-State Quarterbackg First year Varsity. A comer, who will show up strong mx! Maron. ED Kos1TsKY Guard and Tackle York High School, first year on the Varsity. "Ko,vitrH war cz very clfpendable rub and plugged up any hole left by a regular. 150 JOHNNY RASMUSSEN End Oshkosh, Wisconsin, High School, four yearsg All-State end. One year at Oskosh Normal. First year on Var- sity. LOU of fpeed and a good dodger. "That man is great, and he alone, Who serves a greatness not his own For' neither praise nor pelf: Content to know and be unknown YNhole in himself." Mfredifh JACK BEST On the eastern part of the campus is a large cave, called the gym. From its dark mouth hordes of athletes swarm at all times of the year They go forth to battle and return to bathe. Within the cave is an old wizard known as Jack Best. VVith his herbs and charms he cures our wrenched ankles and twisted knees. With his great firm hands he irons out the wrinkles in our rnuscles. But more than that! In times of victory his kindly smile and word of praise are worth the effort. YVhen the battle seems to be going wrong, his encouragement revives the spirit of fight, and brings the championship once more within our reach. Jack Best is the incarnation of Nebr- aska Spirit. He is the patron saint of Cornhusker confidence. Student com- munities have risen and died away. Football heroes have come and gone. But the work of Jack Best for Nebraska will never die. His patience, his un- selfish labours, his constant faith in Nebraskans, are memories that each graduate takes with him through life. 151 letter jHiIen 152 letter jllilen 153 i I f ' ,il 1 , ' ,sf:22-.,. fQf2iE1- - ,, , - .V 1? fta f if I i V. H 5. . Q: Q-'igrf'-a1:1g1:5-.,, fag- -. , gi-..,, .7-fi ,. i ' it A , . ' a .5 ' T' ,3211 -is-2 'f" i-35 '.1g,,.:.v-.ais2,g-,2l.1::fgss:af..- ' .ri -sw 7 r , ,. ., X K ar A-"k' 1 ' 'A , ,, ,- A ! 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X ,A ..,, K.,. . sw., .,...,.., . ...A ...,., . .ML .,.,,,A,,..,., ., .,., ,. . ..,. ,,..,, .,,,,.,,,. , , .1., , V , X , 4 4 4 M M A Norma DAME be Season The 1916 Cornhusker campaign was one clean sweep from the first game until the last, surpassing in achievements the most brilliant records of the ffgood old days" when "Twister,7 Bender dodged through the tall Swedes for immortal victories. Even the high point reached by Captain Halligan's team of IQI4 was passed by Dick Rutherford7s squad, for not only was the third season without defeat placed to the credit of the Cornhuskers and the sixth consecutive Nlissouri Valley Championship tucked away, but Nebraska stood forth at the end of the season the most logical claimant of the western championship. Of the old squad, Halligan, Potter, Howard, Cameron, and Delametre were missing. Returning for service in the line were Abbott, Corey, Shields and Balisg in the backfield, Captain Rutherford, Chamberlin, Selzer, Caley, Porter, and Doyle. From the yannigans, both in and back of the line, the following especially likely candidates turned up: Riddell, Shaw, Nloser, Donnegan, Kositsky, Cook, Gardiner, Proctor, and Otoupalik. In constructing the Husker machine, Coach Stiehm made one change which turned out to be the biggest single factor in Nebraska's success. Chamberlin, who had been tearing up things at offensive half and defensive end was shifted to a wing position entirely. Here the team got the full benefit of his effective work -Luau Q- , -, , . , . ,. . - - - V, r w, . , , . 3 Y iq. s. .r fl L, I - A V V - M.:-U , , Q E, .k.,.,.,..,...,:vEQ.-F. BAE, wr . ,Ms F ,V ,. 7W. ,Ya 3,1-,kia L!:,,X!a'PM Ga.. , 1 N .-.,m..tt.i?. -3 3, , 2. 5 5 . s ' ' f' f7't'Af ":'l'T'i'f"T5. - f" ,. .. " . 3. x .Ee it 'Mn -195 55551-4 75:2-iff' Tri f , '1'5?1"-2':,4sz5':::fzq':--1 ' af-A.-vt,-N -V -.N-.f,,.f-faz:..g,gsi:-.3-sgii' " ff, 'S fi i f...z,srg.5? i', ' ., 43g,3i.f M .. '-Q . -4M.- .... 53455432 .L : pull.: 'Z4 . 15 ' - V , V ARS I-TY 154 , ,gg za , - ,,g,:g5,Z551314..:s2Eg551::::1.,,if-:-.g:,,73f3':, 'L3'1Af1211E:5:g55ZiiiE311.,.-.:.s:s.125525+5:-.-g5g5g53:'g:3-5'1'1'f'-' E DRAKE GAME on the defense, while the formations built around him when he carried the ball enabled him to get his 190 pounds traveling around a ten-second clip before he hit the opposing defense. The power given the attack by Chamberlin and the wonderful interference which accompanied him on his fast-freight drives is in- calculable. The coach took up his task with some thirty candidates trying out for the various positions. The line-up sent against Drake, however, was little changed throughout the season-one of the reasons for the unusual consistency which marked Nebraska's play. In its earlier journeys, the Cornhusker machine was hampered somewhat by the number of green men occupying varsity positions- eight of them in all, including those who alternated regularly with second and third year players. But the yannigans were apt pupils and after they had gone through one stiff battle-with Notre Dame-they held down their places with as much skilland steadiness as the oldmen. Readyfor allfoes, the Husker carof Jugger- naut, with full steam up, appeared as follows: Riddell and Chamberlin at ends, Shaw and Corey at tackles, Abbott and Shields at guards, Moser at center, Caley and Cook alternating at quarter, Doyle and Otoupalik alternating at fullback, Captain Rutherford at left halfback, and Reese, Gardiner, and Proctor dividing honors at the right halfback position. Drake furnished the first opportunity of seeing Nebraska in action against outside opposition on October 2. Fear expressed in scheduling the opening game with a valley opponent proved ungrounded, for the Bulldogs were buried beneath vim 1iz"5S5 6 .. -qw ' -wh ,.,.-,-., ,yn ,rm Qs, ,hp what-Q' 5' A, Ja "' F47 'Wi' 'W at mf' gf' 4 M X--' 'Pitt Fi mpigg E" "' :,i'f"i'5',f'3f"r?'f"'f" Bras? 1 WWK4 10439 if WJ-, sa mi, Q' .ai .....s..-,..,, - ft, ., -K' - ,' j:eH1'.- .' -.4 . . :L-1't.5g-',",' ix if '4 'f -.iu.y-g:1:- ' " .A .1 -A A ' . -. p-, - " ' 2, 1--' - 'Vi 4- fs.,-. f,-V.: ,,.fr',,V, HV.-fy :,1,',,f, .Mfg --N., .gfzf-f-.. --- 1 ... --r ,Y g 1 ,X-A gr ., ,44 ,-,V .,44V ,V -,v-,-, 1- at- ,- . -. ,.5, J ,M V' " Y'f..E 1 - ' ,. . 4" F: f-2559-1V ff. . ,. '- .a ' AV., .. .' . l 3, x --V A .' '- 7,411-,, Q.-fp, - ,VF-.,:,:5.: l Y: jg-if V jj.-L rf,-.V :j.j, Q - , 5.x -n:.,. 1 gl--. -- WL- .4 " - -,, 21' - -V ' - f '1':, ' '-wg. ' Vw-is ' vi. --MV V ' '-f- ra -e' , 1 f ' l " '-, V qu," . 'rs-liff L 1232511 f-,ghfiig aikiif 'Aww v."'.,J3j:'1V ' V fff PKK? 3:--' ' ' , Lg? . 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The contest displayed Nebraska's abundant scoring power but also betrayed the presence of weakness in the rigidity of the traditional stone-Wall, which was not brought to bomb-proof perfection until the Kansas game. The Drake eleven succeeded in crossing the Husker goal, a feat which no other valley rival was destined to perform, and which brought the Bulldogs exceeding satis- faction. Their first touchdown, coming in the second quarter, was fairly earned as the result of eHective line-plugginggthe second count came when Blodgett recovered a fumble by Bunz at the receiving end of a forward pass. Nebraska started scoring soon after the kick-off and kept up the good work throughout. Chamberlin lugged the ball farther than any other Husker and with Captain Rutherford, Caley and Reese, did most of Nebraska's scoring. Next, Washburn came and went back beaten by 47 points. Notre Dame came October 23 for the most important game on Nebraska's schedule. All precedents as to how such- combats should come out were upset by the flghting Catholics, who waged the fiercest battle against the Cornhuskers of any team since Stiehm came out of Vlfisconsin five years ago to take care of Nebraska's football aspirations From a spectator's point of view, the game out- shone the 6-6 tie with Nlichigan and the 7-O victory over Nlinnesota, and in im- portance came scarcely a pace behind these two memorable contests. For besides the bearing of the outcome on Nebraska's position in western football there lurked also the danger of the first Husker defeat since IQI2, a peril which, as the string of victories grew longer, became the more poignant. V Notre Dame scored first soon after the kickoff. After an exchange of punts, V v i she marched to Nebraska's goal on straight line bucks and end runs, Bergman is lg, ill . W mn lm ..-r ' ,, 1-"'x - M- s.. I 'Ti' i ffl' ill iz ll ,, ll, Ill fl.: 254 ,lil acl. r nl T ll T l ei. 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J ','54'!iFs5? -' AJ " ,gf 1: ' 2w'."af5-i . -2 ' , yQi'3g.13?-j'Ni9 fwfr' S Q -,iff 55 'gy m -- X 15,4 .4 P' .ggi ,gi L: Q '-Vai ,t.,5g:2.', '-,5:.,,-Q' V -:Z121.a?1:2z1E2gf5g, R: 4'fi-',.f " 39f- gtfszigzy-'L15,::,,"-'r-t 'WM 1 "'-t.1':2::1:f2'::1.fwi: ,Ar -0, Q . 551,21 , 1:2-lgf-,pw-'G' -19413: ,Q -1. ff' , 11 we """ . '1 ,ss EE!-i-Eh'- 1'1" li l .52 17 ' .vfff7"".s""' I' ' 1' XIVE SCORED ON KANSAS scoring on a criss-cross. Stephen kicked goal. The ease with which the Hoosiers pierced the Husker line brought the first genuine scare Nebraska rooters had experienced since Iowa's fast backiield and spread play exhibited on Nebraska Field in IQI3. But the Cornhuskers gave evidence of genuine strength when they obtained possession of the ball. A march similar to the one staged by Notre Dame brought the ball to the Catholic twenty-yard line, from where Chamberlin carried it over. Corey kicked goal. Notre Dame, however, came back harder than ever, and before the half had closed, Bergman again crossed the last chalk mark. Stephan missed goal, and the half ended, Notre Dame 13, Nebraska 7. The score stood 20-IQ, Nebraska, a successful goal-kick would tie the score. However, the responsibility was too much and lVIiller missed an easy goal. Notre Dame had no further opportunity to scoreg Nebraska had won by a single point one of the hardest games a Cornhusker eleven ever added to its belt. The Iowa Aggies, who in the past have always been a bugaboo to Nebraska, did not put up the usual resistance and Nebraska ran up 21 points against them on their home field October 30. The Farmers have a way of fighting Nebraska hardest at the most inopportune time, and this year, although they themselves came out scoreless, held Nebraska to the lowest score of any valley opponent. With a good attack led by Aldrich, Uhl, and Moss, the Aggies made several bids for touchdowns in the earlier stages. The very first play after Nebraska had kicked- off to Ames found Aldrich shooting straight through the Nebraska line for seventy f 4 L 19 - , FRESHMEN 157 A. 914.5 CT iii t' "'t1ijigT" 't'5f"' . ,, A T yards. Ted Riddell nabbed the am- bitious Aggie 5 feet from the goal line. VVith but a few feet to go for a touch- down, the Ames backs hurled them- selves four times against the Nebraska line for no gain. They were given another chance soon after when Doyle attempted to kick out of danger from behind his own goal posts against a strong wind. The ball fell within the fifteen yard line and an end run again brought the pigskin near Nebraska's goal. Again the Farmer's attack tried desperately to heed the roars for a touchdown from the stands, but their efforts were as futile as before. It would have been much better for Kansas if they could, with every cog running smoothly, and full steam up, the Husker machine rolled up and down McCook Field in merci ess fashion. The attack was irresistible and the defense impregnable. While Kansas was completing four flrst . downs, Nebraska scored five touch- downs, employing a bewildering as- sortment of end-runs, forward passes, CHEER LEADERS and line bucks. Tim Corey kicked Hafksofl THYIOF three oals makin the final score 33-O. gChafnberlin vias, as usual, the chief ground-gainer, but his work at carrying the ball was scarcely more spectacular than the interference of Captain Rutherford. Iowa, who in 1913 and 1914 gave Nebraska the hardest of battles in closing the season, brought a weak team to Lincoln and were disposed of by the largest score a Husker team ever ran up against the Hawkeyes. It was virtually a shut- out for Iowa, their seven points coming from a pickup of a fumbled punt. Although the season just past surpasses in ' ' brilliance the halycondays of old, even its record is in danger of being bested nest fall. Captain Rutherford, Abbott, Balis and Shields and Chamberlin will be gone, but to take their 15' places is the most versatile squad of varsity and first-year men a Nebraska mentor has had to work with. At the head of the coach- ing staff will be Dr. E. Stewart, formerly of the Oregon Agricultural College, a man of wide experience and undisputed success in both the east and west. Under him, as irst assistant, will be Dick Rutherford. "Pros- pects" for a championship team were never brighter than they are sure to be in 1916. CORNHUSKER QUARTET Morris Elliott Jackson Reasoner 158 ' I V 'Mgr' nw-liph ., 27' 'lf . -'Qi ' ,L 4' uv' -. 4"2.,,. :Ea ' :N QP - 0--T ,.,,,- A- ' "'-'T,'fh.'lw '13 E4.'15f-'fr'4-LEW :-ii ' ' fl f"e -- 4- Z5iG5AQT1'i'b9?-3T.'1.1fgnfgA . 55524 1' -1 -- S" f "- F--..1.,..4 .Lg-, I4 J- , - 1 -,-f,1,- . -1 'w '1' L v I V 1 ' ' Y N WI 1 1 . , , N. , , X Q -L -1 'v 4 Mu 1911. -. W M xxw if-1 :XM -.Q 1 X - I 3 .Anym-Q. f-51" ' -9 M fx L-lv. hw. 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SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Nelson Taylor DeWeese Talbot Cook Wilson Hauptman Israel Burritt Folsom Sanman Bowman Stone JUNIOR FOOTBALL Borchert Norris Laverty Beck Beck Balliman Lahr WVatkins Pressly Flaherty 163 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Withe Balis Rocky Ottenstein Gardipee Coombs Williams 'Woods Haskell Herman I Som-xomoiuz FOOTBALL Otoupalik Hunter Gerrie Bauman Doty Hurless Gardipee Mills, Ottenstein Guthberlet Ford Nye Bloodgood 164 A5 M ,xA V X 0 1 .VL 7 I N J EA '94 I V 3 1,4 f if V 'W K Q IH 1 , A- V ldllfr ' 1' ummm ff , w""0!"' m 1 f HW! A I ff gh' 'lg j Pk 1 A ! lf sv5L4:, 'V P , I, , 1 .. f ':- 'gf X Y 2? X. f- f W h0""f' R 5' Q 1 2 f1,.. . lllfl 1. llKm E I , 4110 "'Wmmux11nxm1ux11" Missouri Willey Qibampinns Nelson Rutherford Riddell Waugh CCoachD C. Gardner Shields Gardner Campbell Hugg QCaptainD Theisen 166 COACH WAUGH The feature of the basketball season was easily the coaching of Sam Waugh. The success of this year's team, considering the diffi- culties under which the coach had to labor, will long be remembered as one of the real accomplishments of Nebraska's athletic history. Sam Waugh did not come to Nebraska a stranger. He is Well known in Nebraska basketball cir- cles, having refereed throughout the state for about eight years. He played varsity freshman at Nebr- aska several years ago, and has since been prominent on the local Y.lVI.C.A. floor. Sam took charge of the Nebraska quintet just four days before the first Missouri Valley conference game was to be played. To Whip a team that had practiced alone and by mere instinct into shape in that length of time Was no easy task. But it was not impossible with Sam. The team then began the steady march to the champion- ship goal. The chief feature of the work of the new coach was the change from the old blocking game to the open play system. This produces a scientific spectacular game that contains none of the rough and tumble of the old system. It is to be hoped that Nebraska will see more seasons of Sam Vxlaugh and his clean ideals of sport. 167 Basket 331111 CCN77 HUGG, ED. Guard, Captain. ' One of the best guards that Nebraska has ever had. Third year on varsity. His ability as a general Was a feature of his Work. RUTHERFORD, DICK. Forward. Third year Varsity man. Strong man on the defensive. In the four games with Ames and Drake Rutherford made zz field goals. SHIELDS, PAUL. Cerun. Third year on varsity squadg second year on team. Shields Was handicapped on account of injuries received during the football season. He made up for this by his heady playing and accurate passing. GARDINER, JAMES. Guard. First year on squad. Jimmie is an aggressive player and Without a doubt will develop into the best all around athlete that Nebraska has ever turned out. GARDINER, CHARLES. Guard. , Third year on squad, second year on the team. Gardiner is a fast man and an accurate tosser, because of these is based his ability as a running guard. i CAMPBELL, HENRY. Forward. Second year on the squad. First year Varsityg Campbell showed good form in all the games. As a for- ward he is fast and accurate. There is no doubt but what he will be a star next vear. NELSON,HARVEX'. Center. First year on Varsity. On Wisconsin freshman team. The fact that he made his letter the first year on the squad is proof that he is a comer. THIESEN, RALPH - Second year on team. Very accurate in making goals. He saved Nebraska from defeat in the second game With the Kansas Aggies when he made IO free throws out of II chances. l w l 168 Ly Igasket 335111 Seasun uf 1916 The Basket Ball season of 1916 was a success from every standpoint. In the early part of the season the progress of the team was handicapped by the loss off Coach Steihm. Mr. Waugh was then secured to drill Nebraska's quintet, and it is through his hard efforts together with the teams loyalty that our success was attained. This year's squad was composed of ten men, eight of which will receive their letter. Following is a list of the N men and their respective positions. Ed. Hugg QCapt.j guard, James Gardiner, guard, Charles Gardiner, guard, Henry Campbell, forward, Dick Rutherford, forward, Paul Shields, center, Harvey Nelson, center. Ted Riddell tho he did not receive a letter played in a large number of games, his position was at center. Jack Hartman played at a guard position. Nebraska only suffered two defeats, these being the games with Wesleyan. However as this school does not observe inter-collegiate rules, we do not consider the loss as serious. The prospects for the coming year look promising. There will be four letter men back, namely, Campbell, Gardiner, Nelson and Thiesen. Also Hartman and Riddell who were on this year's squad. Having so many of the old men back together with the new prospective players gives us good reason to expect another successful year. Clippings from DesMoines paper:- "Nebraska marched a step nearer the title in the Missouri Valley race by de- feating Drake university yesterday on the latter's floor by the score of 34 to 24. The Cornhuskers from the start to the finish displayed the fast teamwork for which they have been touted all season and only the accurate basket shooting of Hawley of Drake kept the Blue and White team in the running." "A lead of thirteen points in the first half gained by Captain Hugg's men proved a stumbling block in the path ofthe Cyclones, basketeers, who, in a whirlwind second period, cleanly outplayed their heavier opponents. The first half of the encounter was a basketball game only in spots. With childlike ease the Nebraska tossers ran up fifteen points to a lone brace of counters gained by the Cardinal and Gold on two free throws by Aldrich." " "Nebraska uncorked a stellar brand of passing, dribbling, guarding and basket tossing in its second game with Drake here yesterday and defeated the Bulldogs in decisive fashion, 40 to 15. " Score Nebraska Kansas 34-33 Nebraska Kansas 40127 Nebraska Drake 41-'IZ Nebraska Drake 44-I6 Nebraska Burgess-Nash. 24-20 Nebraska Ames 35-21 Nebraska Ames 31-I4 Nebraska Kansas Aggies 21-zo Nebraska Kansas Aggies 26-25 Nebraska VVesleyan 19123 Nebraska Drake 34124 Nebraska Drake 40-I5 Nebraska Ames 23-I4 Nebraska Ames 29117 169 letter iPPfIen Qnnual Jiaigb Stijuul Basket 155111 Tournament The Sixth Annual Basketball Tournament of Nebraska High Schools Was ushered into history March IIth before a crowd of ZOOO howling fans. Beatrice Won over Crete in the finals in Class A by a score of IS to II. Minden defeated Arlington in the iinals in Class B by a score of IQ to 9. Humboldt was victorious over Dunbar in the finals in Class C by a count of 22 to zo. The 1916 tournament was by far the most successful ever held. For several years the event at Nebraska has been the largest of its kind in America. This year the tournament was characterized throughout by clean sportsmanship and friendly rivalry. About a hundred athletes and loyal Cornhuskers aided the management in making the tournament the most successful managerial affair ever held under the auspices ofthe university. 800 boys and more than a hundred superintendents and coaches Were entertained by continuous playing, trips about the city, and real university hospitality, BEATRI CE HIGH SCHOOL VVinners of the Sixth Annual Basket Ball Tournament 171 ' . ' f 1 l.- lif ' -:lf , r -V ll 4' lv: gli vt' i, ..g, Y , ...U ., f , , .,, I rf' ni VY ,Eff YL L ,f,i' f' f-'ii "DRY" STEWART Nebraska has been very fortunate in securing Dr. E. Stewartf formerly of the Oregon Agricultural College, to succeed 'jumbov Stiehm. Nebraska's. new athletic director has been in the coaching game for nine years and during that time he has not only made a worthy record but has won the respect of everyone because of his high ideals of clean athletics. Dr. Stewart has a large-sized job cut out for him in maintaining Cornhusker football prestige 'without the services of two of Nebraska's brightest stars, but he is equal to the task. To the future leader of Missouri Valley football the university extends a hearty welcome. 172 -.-igrg L, ',ig,gg,,4'g-Q34 I A1-,g M .E 'Q ,141 211 W- ,,,, ag 1 , , 3- lj' jf.,f-vi :7..sqr7af:: -1-1' ,- --:-Q - , ,M mmf V i L .t -, A- .1 x. ,f, l,.as..t?e..t,..w,i .- i--ages-H-lb--l3llZi'iFJ"-Y Fi' ' 1355, 5221, T j?:fi'i,T.f A- 4 4, f' fltadftizfft-'-t",.AlTf"""""u. .. ,,,mFW,,vwY Y I , . . N. ,Mrs ,- , X .1 - ' MW' 'TTR' 'l L1 --- 'NI -23:-1 A 'N -, 556 "ff '-Q ,5 ,TQ , lhorn:aS Trask Meets NEBRASKA VS AMES AT LINCOLN MAY 1. 100 yard dash-Dickinson, CAD, Scott Time: 10:01 220-yard dash-Dickinson, CAD 5 Scott CND Time: 22:01 440 yard dash-Mellor CAD: Zumvvinkle CND Time: 52:04:04 Half mile run-Joslyn CAD: Evans Time: 2:03 :02 Mile run-Barker CAD: Scroggy CAD. Time: 4:39 Two mile run-Bourland CAD: Mchflasters CND. Time: 10:18 Half-mile relay-Ames. Time: 3:36:03 A Discus throw-Burrus CAD: Packer Distance: 101 feet, 2 inches. Shot put-Deering CND: Packer CAD. Distance: 34 feet, 2 inches. High jump-Burrus CAD, Hummel Height: 5 feet, 7 inches, Broad jump-Packer CAD, Ankeny CND. Distance :20 feet, II :01 inches. Low hurdles-Packer CAD: Burrus CAD. Time: 26:02. High hurdles-Packer CAD: Goetze CND. Time: 16:02 Pole vault-Reavis CND: Wilkin Height: I2 feet Final score-Ames S35 Nebraska 31 NEBRASKA VS KANSAS AT LINCOLN MAY 8 100 yard dash-Irwin CND, Scott Time: 10:03 220 yard dash-Scott CND, Krum . Time: 23:01 440 yard dash-Rodkey Edwards CKD. Time: SI :OI Half mile run-Fiske Creighton Time: 2:04 Mile run-Harriott CKDg Sproul CKD Time: 4:39:04 Two mile run-Grady CKD: Poos CKD. Time: 10:15:03 Mile relay-Kansas CElWiclc, Dewards, Elliott, RodkeyD. Time: 3:35 Pole vault-Reavis CND: and Campbell CKD tied for first. Height: II feet. High jump-McKay CKD, Hummell Height: 5 feet, 1 inch Broad jump-Grutzmacher Deering Distance: 21 feet, 7:03 inches Shot put-Reber CKDg Keeling CKD. Distance: 41 feet, 9 Minches Discus-Reber CKD5 Keeling CKD. Distance: III feet, II inches 120 yard hurdles-Elliott CKDg Goetze CND. Time: 16:03 220 yard hurdles-Elliott CKDg Goetze CND. Time: 28 Final score-Kansas 80, Nebraska 29 MISSOURI VALLEY MEET Zumwinlcle, second in 100 yard dash Reavis won pole vault-11 feet IOM inches Scott second in 220 yard dash Third in half mile relay 174 l Ulitank Qtbletins The 1915 season in track athletics was perhaps the worst season in history if victories are a criterion. With only three letter men returning and the loss of fourteen men of varsity calibre through graduation, ineligibility and failure of prominent freshmen to return it was an easy task for Iowa State College, Minnesota and Kansas to defeat the inexperienced youngsters who wore the Scarlet and Cream. From the viewpoint of men who are deriving benefit from outdoor exercise, track athletics has been a distinct success during the past few years. The specialists have not been developed due to the short training season and the lack of facilities for winter training and the fact that the high schools of the state have been neglect- ing the sport., but more than a hundred men have been grinding away in an effort to recover the lost laurels. The fall meet was an inovation of the athletic department in 1915. The athletic board has started a broader policy in the hope that our teams may be brought up to the general standard of other sports About sixty freshmen and fifty upper classmen contested on November 7 for medals and the class champion- ship. The sophomores revealed some promising performers in Wiley, Garrison, Gribble, Grau, Overman and Owen. The freshmen who showed promise were: Larson, Stephens, Beckford, Bruse, Jones, Doran, Jackson, Wallace, Seeman, Hamilton, Anthes, Albrecht, Flint, and Werner. It is difficult to say at this time just what the material promises for the success of the team this year. Kansas, Minnesota and Iowa State College are represented by strong veteran teams. Nebraska will have Captain Scott, Irwin and Bates as hold-overs from last year's "NU men. Reavis, the Missouri Valley Champion Pole Vaulter, deserted us for Cornell University. Kubik and Zurnwinkel graduated. Nebraska will be strong in the sprints as usual. Irwin and Scott are each good performers. Wiley ran the hundred in ten seconds in the fall meet. Owen is the best two-twenty and quarter man that the university has had for many a day. Bates will make a good running mate for Owen in the quarter and Townsend will bid strong for a place. In the distances Overman looks like a comer. Gar- rison, Raecke, Grau and Ricker will work hard for places. In the hurdles Bolton, Andrews and Proctor will provide a much better squad than we had last year. Nebraska will have a strong corterie of weight men this spring. Shaw broke the varsity record in the sixteen pound shot as a freshman. Riddell, Corey and O'Brian are all good at the discus and fair at the shot. O'Brian is doing good work in throwing the javelin which is to be a new event in the field in the lVIinnesota meet this year. In the jumps VViley stands above the best in the Valley. He has jumped close to twenty-four feet in the broad and has a record of six feet, one inch in the high. O'Brian is capable of going five feet, seven inches in the high. Liebendorfer will be the only stand byin the pole vault. I-Ie should perform very creditably as he has been working hard all winter in gymnastics. Taken all in all the 1916 team will be much stronger than the team of 1915 though it is very much to be doubted whether they can defeat any of the veteran teams they are to meet this spring. 175 . . r w:.-Y-1f.-41.4- A,4..,g ,Af A , M: ,,,i1.L,,,+....,,1:.:-1 -Y, R- Q,-vdvww 4 A .. . ,.-., - rf e s, ...L Q -,,, LTA. -fs. y- fr, The schedule is comprised of the following' meets: April I5 April 22. April ZQ May 6. May 12. 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A -L- '- :1I::-., I f --. -- "':,7fFE:- A 'ffffiin-,. lr..jgi,l " fill? .H NINUR Sr UHT5 314. HARRY ELLIS, Captain ORVILLE CHAr'r ' The tennis season was a very successful one. The season was brought to a satisfactory climax when the team captured second place for Nebraska in the Missouri Valley Tournament. The team Was composed of Harry H. Ellis, Captain, Orville Chatt, and Chas. Gardner. They defeated all the lVIissouri Valley teams in singles and doubles except Washington University. Captain Ellis was runner- up in singles and he and Gardner were runners-up in doubles, each getting silver loving cups, and each winning his HN." Ellis was undefeated throughout the season except by Roland Hoer-r of St. Louis, member of the XVashington University team. The team made two trips, on one they met and defeated the Omaha lWedics and Bellevue, and on the other Doane was the victim. Baker University of Kansas met Nebraska here and Won two out of three matches, Ellis Winning his singles. The University Courts were not in playable condition all year, but through the kindness of the members ofthe Country Club the team was able to use the Country Club Courts. Gardner is captain-elect. 5 V 182 - if . 1 I 1 . , ,- . 1 - iiri ,WV wrestling HUGO OTOUPALIK Captain 1915-16 DAVID H. BOWMAN ws letter 4311211 of 1915 R. B. RUTHERFORD LEONARD VOSE HENRY PASCALE l l The wrestling Qilass The wrestling season this year has resulted in one draw and one defeat for the Cornhuskers. March 11th the meet between Nebraska and Iowa resulted in a draw. Paseale, Otoupalik, Rutherford, won their matches in the special, light- weight, and middleweight classes. Brian lost to Austin in the special weight, Guthberlet lost to Coekshoot on points. Otoupalik lost to Barron in the heavy- weight on points. ' Ames defeated Nebraska. Otoupalik won from his man on points, Kozitsky won a draw, but Bowman,Brian and Guthberlet were thrown by their opponents. 184 Y, ,,,.,,,,,.,,,s,,f W X VY Y A 'Q f Qfl ,nl X 185 Cibarter Bay Mast The Charter Day meet was held February 15th. The most if . notable performance was that J by U. S. Harkson, who won l first in the fence vault and Q, first in the rope climb. He equaled the record set by QM himself in the fence vault I I going over at six feet and eight ' and one half inches: The T li summary of the meet was as ll follows: 'I j 25-yard dash- - , fl First, Scott, second, Owens, l 5 third, Purney. Time 3.1. Rope climb C18 feetj- First, Harksong second, Koupalg third, Brian tied Drewing. Time 17. Interclass relay- First, seniors QScott, Irwin, Israel, Keefej, second, sopho- .1 mores QTownsend, Owen, , Purney, Sturmjg third, fresh- IP man QWerner, Kelly, Bryans, ll Beckfordjg fourth, juniors I l l CBolton, Cast, Brian, Spohnh. yi ll v v 1 V Time ,I8.I. ,. , Pole vault- ' , First, Liebendorferg second, Jones, third, Reed. Height, 9 feet 2 inches. l, J 12-pound shot put- I 1? First, Shaw, second, Hen- l' nessy, third, O,Brian. Dis- i tance, 42 feet 8 inches. Fence vault- First, Harksong second, xl Drewingg third, Miller. Height Q 6 feet an inches. Running high kick- First, Israel, second, Lie- bendorferg third, four tied. Height, 9 feet 2 inches. Running high jump- First, Wernerg second, Al- brecht, third, Engstrom. Height, 5 feet 8 inches. 355152 335111 Nebraska has not been represented by a varsity baseball team since 1913. Instead, the lovers of the national pastime have been forced to content-themselves with the Inter-Departmental League. Last spring there were five teams, the Academics, the Engineers, the Laws, the Freshmen, and the Ags. The champion- ship was Won by the Academics, and their line-up Was: I C. Hugg SS. VVeyman P. Chamberlin 313. Angell IB. R. Theisen LF. Collins 2B. Schwab CF. Purney RF. H. Theisen, Rutherford This year the league is in charge of R. B. Rutherford and the managers will be appointed soon. It is expected that in a few years this sport will be developed further, but until a more suitable field is procured baseball is doomed to be a very minor issue in our World of athletics. 186 . Sl cn. JI-,SXT J lK4Q X N X f .25 'wa Q CID Q13 'DDD 1:1 ci CIC! i so W A 2 Q 1 2 -Q i u 1:1 U I Q Qmmg U EJ ' , G j T Cmwaw BASKET BALL 3fnter:j:rate1fnitp Zltbletinzs The Greeks have for many years carried on a iierce rivalry in the different branches of athletics and every year there has been staged a battle for premier honors in basketball, baseball and an indoor track meet. Last year the basket ball penant was Won by Phi Kappa Psi with Alpha Theta Chi in second place. The tournament this year Was Won by Delta Tau Delta with Sigma Alpha Epsilon taking second place. In baseball the coveted rag was Won by Delta Tau Delta. The race Was marked with some very good baseball and several teams Were very strong. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Was defeated in the final game for the championship in a very hard fought game featured by the pitching of Hugg for the Delts. The indoor meet was a Walk away for The Sig Alphs although Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Theta Chi and Phi Gamma Delta were represented by quite strong teams. These inter-frat contests are always marked by fierce rivalry and at the same time very sportsmanlike conduct. It has been found that these games are very beneficial in cementing the Greeks with a better feeling toward one another and eradicating any enmity that springs up. is? ' LINED UP FOR THE GAME jfuuthall bchshule 1916 Oct. 7 Drake University at Lincoln Oct. I4 Kansas State Agriculture College at Lincoln. Oct. 21 Oregon Agricultural College at Portland. Oct. 28 Wesleyan at Lincoln. Nov. 4 Iowa State College at Lincoln. Nov. I8 Kansas University at Lincoln CI'Iomecomingj. Nov. 25 Iowa University at Iowa City. Nov. 30 Notre Dame University at Lincoln. l 188 H ' 'fl f 'i ' ' gag- l,,,L ' 1 ' 11i'i ' Li. mb ,, f iff! mf' 7 . ' - ' . ,- lj .' K A I f ' 1-ffQi'iQYvS1V!'M x ' Img- ,X ,.,:,.,, ' Q1 .W VI ', el "IJ if A1 W J f S lj 3 XZ? UQ X! O K 0 X0 1 X ' MX f 'i f' W X RQ CEir1'5 .7-Xihlviiraa -?ip5vw',,""f': 'MHZ 51" 2 vw-,Q-'cgi qi: 1, yum- 1 V gm. Y' ,. 1 . . , , ... L T r .. 4- ,. .f M -0 : ff ffwrs sie.f12:,f.. 2, 1 ? '11-2 .a ,K gy gg 2 :P-' ,4 Z'15.:sE4. ,Q .., 'af-W 4 'QQ 41-iF2?fTf'., f. 1,5 4:5 in " 5522542-2 - ,Q 1 r - -vfq 'EEEEIE' l f??f17'.- '11-' .:-EF-MHZ' -:?"f,-ab. '55, fgfraiggg , 2 - f mg r lasagna "' 'M rg ' ffl: ' 1 ' ' G J' -4124 4- 35,1 -:I . , 1'-':'1 if? V-ff,.:E,f, 1 ft15A '551'E rliriieir 5 , 9 :iifzfz 255 425 yliliiiliiieilif sis 2? .2 52:3 H 2221 leimzgaeegw ie- 2 ee, 155245: isis Q ' 12122 rg: eggzfiiwsrsiiii ' viz 2:11 515 1, 5135. - ' 435:91 ii 'f iii' Z' fisagr 2. 1 ' E513 eagl e. , -, fr' saga - .- N. -+14-gr -wen-: -- A WH., . , ,E 'Shim rmrfrr .,.. ,,.qm::W.,..m.,.- ,hm ,, -- ii: vim ,--C ' , ' " 76: iw iwyegv . . , ' N ,Q CLARK GITTINGS BALDWIN Iiaurkep lub Sandy Leyda Green Ward Neff Roane Reisland Brown Castile Frazier Fleck Priest Metcalf SOPHOMORES CHAMPIONS Thurman White Kirkwood Coffee Nichols Means Higgins Anderson Koch C. Koch B. Zgaskethall On February 19, IQI6, the annual class struggle was staged. The Fresh- men went down to defeat by a score of IO to 6 after they had treated the mighty Sophomores to a snappy but unorganized defense. The Seniors put the Juniors out of the tournament by a score of 24 to Io, the champions of last year having lost some of their star players. The final struggle between the Sophornores and the Seniors was very close and exciting. The final score was I3 to IO, the twice champion Seniors losing the laurels. As usual the tournament drew a large crowd who added to the zest of the contest by enthusiastic partisan but good-natured rooting. 191 l i l l SENIOR TEAM Brown Roane Kellenbarger Leyda L. Frazier ' Riesland QNot shown-Leyda, C., and Castillej Zlautkep About the time the football coach is rounding the gridiron Warriors into shape, the girl's coach begins to look over the hockey material. At stated times each day the football team is routed from the field by the fairer sex armed with hockey sticks. By the time that Nebraska has cinched the pigskin championship the annual hockey meet between the upper and lower classmen takes place. The public is welcomed and those unacquainted with the game sit with open mouthed wonder while the flying figures carry the infinitesimal ball down the field with slender clubs,-second cousin to Ushinny on the ice." This year the upper classmen succeeded in getting the best of a two to one score. 192 , A 7, rm ,.,,,.. ,-,..,.,. , V V Y I H., ,cQ,..--. ..'.- .eu Y --,W X4 ,,,,..- - 2 'cena v 4 X l Carmean .leffry Peterson Green Fleck Sandy Baseball Baseball, the indoor variety, is fast gaining popularity with the Nebraska co-eds. To the men the game is more amusing than a funny paper but to the girls it is much more interesting than a regular league game. The upper and lower classes always have a spring contest to decide the supremacy. Last year the "young ones" romped away with the victory by a score of I4 to 6. This year's battle promises to be closer. 13- 1513 Bloodhart Fox lVIcDonald - Noble Wvhitmore Lonam lvlorgan Hewitt De Sautelle, Noble FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM SKATING Thanks to the persistence of the Athletic Board and Jack Frost, the co-eds were allowed the pleasure of skating between Classes. For one whole month under the tutorage of Miss Gittings and Bliss Louise Pound the girls were given a taste of winter's favorite sport. OUR FAVORITE There is a professor named Pound Who knows more than anyone round Things she cant do, And succeed with it too, Are not likely ever to be found. -Contributed 7 GIRL,S ATHLETIC SPONSOR 194 u , PHYSICAL ED! DEPARTMENT Qtmmmmg Through the courtesy of the Y. M. C. A. the girls are allowed the privilege of learning to swim. If noise can be said to be the criterion of the success of the class, the movement ought to be graded a hundred per cent eliiciency. 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J' . , 243 - ,...f .- 2 I .'ff.-'-5552, 3' ' V F r ' J:"551g?i:J ' - Fv fw M . -, Q , W 5 BMW, .. ..-. -- 35' f"'W???"R5' , - 4 1 l iw ' f f' M P M - ' -1:51 3 1553 I' , flip :!gg,q,.-'Aa ,fgiglylfsglgvff uw .- f wp. .- -H5 Sims, , 7 ' firm , a,."vpswizm M 'f 'MQW , Aw lea-qimfuggif v , A uf .r M Min, mrs-. 1 ' .' . M --1f:r,.,.L4.1--.A ..q- T-----A 5,5 f.f 4 .1 - -11 ' i ,, .l- SAMUEL NIINTER PARKER First Lleutenant U.S. Army Commandant ' 107 ilitarp Taught by the bitter lessons of the early part of the Civil War that the lack of trained men for oH:1cers in volunteer organizations was responsible for much defeat, Congress in 1862 passed the Morrill Act by which certain agricultural and mechani- cal institutions vvere given large incomes from land grants upon the provision that the college course should include instruction in military science and tactics. Since 1875 We have had in this University a system of military instruction under the guidance of officers detailed from the Regular Army by the YVar Department- The Military Department has grown from a small and uninterested beginning to embrace a regiment of cadets at the University and one at the State Farm, which the interest and Work of the cadets and particularly of those Who have become commissioned officers, has made a source of pride to the University and of patriotism to the community. The object of Congress in establishing these courses of instruction has been to createa reserve of young men so far trained in military matters as to make them available as officers in time of the country's need and to enable them to prevent for themselves and for those under their command, much of the Waste of life and property which our country's unpreparedness has so tragically cost her in every War she has pursued. At this particular time of our history, when no other national question has the vital importance of that of the Nation's adequate defense, military training in the schools and colleges is attracting more and more interest, and to those who have always advocated it for the manliness, self discipline and physical benefit it gives the young man, are added those Who have come to see in the training of our youth one of the best methods of assisting the country to maintain her place in the World of nations, of providing against such fearful destruction and calamity as has come to the Weak and unprepared in Europe, and of enabling her to maintain before the World those principles of self-government, justice and peace which make her the America of our loveand pride. 198 Eu ,19uu 33110511 Ulbat? A squad is composed of eight men and led by a corporal. Several squads compose a platoon-in charge of lieutenants. Several platoons compose a com- pany Cat War strength, ISO menj-in charge of a captain. Four companies form one battalion-in charge of a major. Three battalions, one band and one machine gun company form a regiment-commanded by a colonel. Three regiments form a brigade-commanded by a brigadier general. Three brigades form a division- commanded by a major general. Two or more divisions form one corps, composed of from forty to fifty thousand men-commanded by a major general or lieutenant general. Two or more corps make a field army-commanded by a general. We would need an army of at least 400,000 men to be sure of preventing any army from landing on either of our coasts. Besides this We Would need a million more fighting men to insure defeating an enemy and driving him from our shores. If a million men were called into service 25,000 officers would be required to train them. One thousand recruiting officers Would Work day and night for ten days enrolling and enlisting them. An eight thousand acre tract Would be necessary for 125,000 tents to house them. It would be Three Weeks before the recruit would get his rifle and three months before real training would begin. 199 1876- 1 379- 1 882- 1 884- 1 888- 1 S91- 1895- 1 397- ISQ7- 1897- 1898- 1399- IQOO- 1 900 1901- IQOI- 1 902 IQO5- 1999 1912 1914- 1879 1882 1884 1888 1891 1895 1397 1898 1898 1898 1899 1900 1901 IQOI IQO2 1902 1905 1909 1912 1914 1916 Bull uf Qllnmmanhantss UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA CADETS Edgar S. Dudley Isaac T. Webster Richard Townley Edgar S. Dudley Griffith John Pershing T. W. John T. Guilfoyle A. B. Jackson E. G. Fechet John M. Stotsenburg Charles WV. 'Weeks Allan L. Brown Charles VV. 'Weeks Allan L. Brown Frank D. Eager Samuel A. Smoke Wilson Chase John G. Workizer Halsey E. Yates Everett N. Bowman Samuel M. Parker First Lieutenant, Second U. S. Artillery. First Lieutenant, First U. S. Artillery. Lieutenant Uunior Gradeb U. S. Navy. First Lieutenant, Second U. S. Artillery. Second Lieutenant, Eighteenth U. S. Infantry Second Lieutenant, Sixth U. S. Cavalry. Captain, Ninth U. S. Cavalry. First Lieutenant, Ninth U. S. Cavalry. NIajor, Sixth U. S. Cavalry. First Lieutenant, Sixth U. S. Cavalry. Cadet Mfajor. Cadet NIajor. Cadet Major Cllesignedj. Cadet Major. Lieutenant Colonel, First Nebraska Volunteers Captain, Fifth U. S. Infantry. Captain, Twenty-First U. S. Infantry. Captain, Second U. S. Infantry. Captain, Seventh U. S. Infantry. First Lieutenant, Fourth U. S. Infantry. First Lieutenant, Thirtieth U. S. Infantry. 200 Ulinihersitp uf iliehtaska Regiment Colonel SAM. M. PARKER First Lieutenant Thirtieth U. S. Infantry Commandant of Cadets ROSTER OF STAFF OFFICERS Field and Staff Oflicers Lieutenant Colonel lVIajor, Executive and Delinquency Officer Nlajor First Battalion Major Second Battalion Nlajor Third Battalion Captain and Adjutant Captain and Quartermaster Captain and Commissary First Lieutenant and Second Battalion Adjutant First Lieutenant and Third Battalion Adjutant First Lieutenant and Battalion'Quartermaster Non-Commissioned Staff Officers Regimental Sergeant Major Regimental Commissary Sergeant Regimental Color Sergeant Regimental Color Sergeant Battalion Sergeant lVIajor, First Battalion Battalion Sergeant lVIajor, Second Battalion Battalion Sergeant Major, Third Battalion Corporal, Adjutant's Department Corporal, Adjutant's Department Corporal, Adjutant's Department Corporal, Corporal Corporal Corporal? Corporal, Corporal, Corporal Adjutant's Department Adjutant's Department Adjutantls Department Quartermasteris Department Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster's Department Quartermaster's Department 201 H. G. Hewitt P. NI. Wickstrum C. A. Hauptman A. L. Burnham A. Covert VV. C. Chapin I. K. Frost P. N. Temple R. V. Koupal W. L. Wright C. E. Glasser H. Schwab R. Bradley E. Althouse H. L. Gayer J. B. Stoddart F. T. Cotter K. Berglun H. A. Langdon L. VV. Petree A A. L. Harvey H. B. Thompson E. NI. YVeaver B. Wiorley . L. Adams A. Nlulligan J. A F. Clark P. NVatlcins XV. Scott list nf winning Qllunipanies in "QEunipet" 1893 C0. 1894 C0 1895 C0 1896 C0 1897 C0 ISQQ C0 1900 C0 1901 C0 1902 C0 1903 C0 1904 C0 1905 C0 1906 C0 1907 C0 1908 C0 1909 C0 1910 C0 1911 C0 1912 C0 1913 C0 1914 C0 1915 C0 2 CAPT CAPT CAPT CA PT. CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT. CAPT. CAPT CAPT. CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT CAPT 7 F. D. EAGER I. D. DIXON C. A. ELLIOTT J. C. SEDGWICK R. C. SAXTON I. STEBBINS F. H. W7OODLAND H. A. TUKEY A. K. BARNES J. R. FARNEY E. D. STANLEY JOHN HYDE L. C. SYFORD C. D. SLAUGHTER H. S. STEVENS F. A. CRITES XFALLERY W'H1TE C. A. BENNETT C. K. PAINFW C. B. PERRY R. B. DAWSON S. K. CLARK Ezpartment uf jllililitarp intense ants Easting General Orders: No. 16. May 28, 1915 The results of the Squad Competitive Drill of May 26th and of the Company and Individual Competitive Drill of May 27th are hereby announced: 1. ln the Squad Competitive Drill Cadet Corporal A. B. Mickey of Company D took first place and was awarded the silver lovi winning squad were: ng cup. The Privates of the C. O. DAY VV. ELLER C. FLORINE M. A. GREEN I. W. HEPPERLY L. C. ZE1oLER J. B. EYERLY The scores of the respective squads were as follows: Placf Squad From Score Corporal 1 Company D 304 2-3 A. B. NIICKEY 2 Company F 284 C. I. XVERTZ 3 Company C 280 M M. H. POWER 4 Company B 275 C. S. SPAULDING 5 Company lVl 271 L. A. GORDON 6 Company E 270 2-3 B. ROHRBOUGH 7 Company G 269 2-3 H. B. VVHITEIELD 8 Company K 267 L. A. XKVOLFANGER 9 Company A 266 1-3 C. M. FREY IO Company H 254 C. E. CAMPBELL II Company I 227 2-3 H. H. K1RscH 2. The Company Competitive Drill resulted as follows: Place Company Score' Captain 1 B 1039.5 S. K. CLARK 2 G IC-33 .5 H. G. HEWITT 3 D 1022.5 P. O. SOUTHWICK 4 E 1021 .5 W. H. BAUIVIAN 5 F 999-5 S. Nl. BRYAN 6 Nl 998.5 L. L. EVVING 7 A 994.5 H. NV. GRAHAM 8 K 969.0 C. A. HAUPTMAN 9 C 960.0 P. M. VVICKSTRUM IO H 953 .2 A. J. COVERT II I 921 .0 R. F. CLARK 3. ln the lndividual Competitive Drill prizes were awarded as follows: IST prize, silver loving cup, to Cadet Private, C. L. Ellis, Co. Ag 2nd prize, silver loving cup, to ISL Sergeant, P. A. Vlfarner, Co. B. 4. For the highest average team score in the lntercollegiate Rifie Gallery Competitions ISI Sergeant 'Walter Hall, Rifle Company was awarded the prize, a sporting rifle. By order of Lieutenant Parker: W. C. C1-1AP1N, U3 Adjutant. Miss SARAI-i THURMAN Rfgimenial Sponfor X 20 4 HOMER G. HEWITT Colonel M 4 i e r , 1 'W' N In W ' 1 I X P 5 I r Q i i n 'N wg W mf ' N gif I ,lf ., .jf PJ" 'fl N1 fl, i I3 My I, !I .. 9 "" ,QU .wx nl 4, WI ci, My l -if IC . J fn! 4 11, f . :"','?'rN 4 -f f f W r x"- 4. 1 . J J A V, vi WN If , 51 H VVILLIAM ALLEN gf Sergeant U. S. Army Cretiredl ' Afxiftanl Commandant vii i I , ? iff w xl iq U L4 .31 EW H 4 V E 1 1 ,N U lil 1 r xx A X., E I. A Q92 e , 1 f ,, ,. I 2 , I PARKER M.W1cKsTRUM W if Lirutmanf Cofonrl f li. , lj. ff- - ul -, 200 QE'fficer5 Qllluh Hager Snyder Nelson Harkson Nye Urbach Holcombe Smith Glasser O. Hall Beynon Lanz Schumacher Ackerman hlchflaster George Liebendorfer Folsom Craig Greer Pierce VV. Hall Paustian Hauptman Palmer Lane Hadley Schlesinger Koupal Hlava Chapin Burnham Hewitt Parker Allen XVickstrum Covert 206 COMMISSIONED STAFF Burnham Chapin Glasser Koupal Hauptman Wlckstrum Hewitt Covert lXlON-COMMISSION ED STAFF Langdon Thompson Clark lfVorley Wlatkins Althouse Scott Stoddart Cotter Pctree Bradley Harvey Weaver DARRELL T. LANE Captain Miss HELEN NICALLISTER Sponsor UHJB EEUU U. SEVERIN HARKSON Second Lieutenant x,,x.- .KA 4 - xv. . '- Y A. V. HLAXVA First Lieutenant I yfl Lil 7 .Q A yyf, .Ja y.ixz'!l'f 1VRyRl't15 .M f..,f-PM Y' lf .jf VLJQ4 Tiff ww! CWM T4 W H we VI lf og . ,.. 1- ww vii ,Q 'Qi 'w . W " lx gt Pi :'- 1.1 U in U sei W1 :E 15 il. 513 Q2 4 3' 253 UQ: M ? H 2 E5 ' 3' 1 M S 1, ,. , J I: lf if 1, nf ri: ELEM :WW Q' fi. 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Thomas Earl Wilson PRIVATES F. F. Barnett B. H. French Chas. Misko M. L. Springer C. L. Beauchamp A. L. Hagerman B. M. Neumann L. B. Valsak H. B. Bricka C. A. Hoefer L. H. Neumann E. E. Watkins E. T. Bush H. G. Huffman F. L. Newcon A. G. Weinberg S. L. Clements L. W. Kline I. A. Pace B. S. Willets H. E. Colbert V. D. Larson B. F. Pitman R. VV. Wilson Fred Creutz A. G. Nlatousek L. H. Redelfs B. F. Younv A. I. Doling C. L. Meisinger E. S. Seng Aug. Zuhlke D. B. Dow K. Nlelcer B. E. Shelledy C. F. Evans R. E. Nliller A. G. Schwarz 209 1 1 iZ.X?1.,.a..L:a.aLz"...'.-22.222543 .'. '- 'fri we -ref-r ff- ' L if-- ------N.-..-..- -L M 'Fl ,f'1f1f?2 ,' 'L,'ixQ'-ie. TS. , ,il T "'i--l--'---------- - q gl " '4 .-1ns.QF",.fl Jag,'s2'.f Ta'- Vu' T Q . TE1'bF"l','g'fH 'ifmzlg f' l - .... 43.7. A-.L :.a:,,......-.1- -.?.,i F ' nw . Miss HESTER DICKINSON Sponsor WALTER H,iLL Captain umpanp Rifle Company DEAN M. HEV'ITT First Lieutenant Rifle Qinmpanp VV. Hall, Captain D. Nl. Hewitt, Irt Lieutenant SERGEANTS H. E. Gribble, Irt Sergeant H. C. Southwell PRIVATES F. Brady C. Jefferson W. W. Kosltzky B. F. Rohrbough R. B. Ford Nl. Keegan F. H. Pollock I. F. Smith H. E. Gentry E. T. Kelly P. H. Quimby R. H. Vlfalker V. C. George E. P. Kositzky' F. WT. Reutzel J. L. Warner 'Wilson 211 - ' f ' f ' fM'f5:?'zfQ1iif -,a1f r.:eyr: 4f iL?f '1-efisf -'J-w My if 1 , - :ig V " 1:-5 in 1. i5:uJ.a M- -T' 2 ff' , "'N " ' W1 1 , VJ1 4. . u J ,E ,P H '1',..-'EM' yr ff, -AfJ,"f,Q.Q 41' ' -'A-'-,i,f-gL Q' Y if? 'L' ,, ."' x -nlif 71- X-f,Q1,l'Tm, L51 'JL' 'E " 'Q ,I-V A ,. , . 4-.,.- - - ,P , 5 '49, 1 s w 'rx a M1 pf, M-"W wwf gy -J? 3' ,Ufxy M Ulf' X' 'X A , ,H ' - L 13 1 2 cw, W 9' w ,' L" ff H' E' Q LVTN' " 2: :fi ' ' M f" '52 552, sf 1' , , L V., U M QQ., EV ' 'ig Vg. gp, w N f I -- gif V IT-3 LM M' 'Q ' ' ef 11 1, as pg 'ff 1 I , ef A. , w , 'i 'Q "F - H 1 ' .. I-5:f'--f.','.:-,z-.-4: .'.fwfw.'.2eafm2-f1::s2,z.-,ew-114- f.-, iN39'3vl'3f"""'j'? ' "." 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W. -NV' .-- X fx 1 '11, 1 K , , X. ,v ,,,,,,sn I , 11 1-J 11 ' 1 '-'1 1:11 1 1 1 , . 1, 1 11.,,, 1 A ,. 1 1 1 1 1 1 u ..I Ulf .. 1 A1 :A 'Q REL! 1? . , ,J 4 511 ' 1 1 ,f 11.1 "-- 1' I 1 .1 -R 11 iii A 1 - 11 113 I 11 :ff . 1 1 1 1 ' Q., . , L Q.. 1 113 Ili MISS. MARION GILLESPIE Sponsor N1 5 M1 W -if , '11 1 'xi 1 1 3211 I 1 1 . 1 I W I 1 1g 1 I N2 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1. 2 11.1 1 111 11 1 I V11 1 umpanp 11 1 ,l 1 1 '1 11. 1 . . 1 EH 1 ' 5 1'f Y 111 1111111 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :ff Q1 . fp HL 1 1 1 E.. ' 1 1 VINCENT C. GEORGE ARTHUR W ACKERNIAN Captam Funst Lxeutenant H1 1 ff' 1 13' 1' J, . E1 111' 13' lah 4: 11 .. ' "-" ".-qi'3'5T!?i1'5 4 ii 111' C21 11 R K1 1 1 F13 .1 5 1 , 1 fl i 11' 51 -- N 1 - 1 .A-J-f---M-R-131' 1 1 1 Ciumpanp "Q" V. C. George, Captain A. VV. Ackerman, Ift Lzetuemmt SERGEANTS A. Blunk, In Sergeant M. F. Clark CCRPORALS E. E. Angle G. Bloodgood V. C. Graham E. F. Reed A. Scheibel PRIVATES L. Adler B. G. Bauman F.. F. Boehmer L. Hamilton W. I. Aitken O. W. Beauchamp N. T. Bourke P. O. Harding H. R. Anderson L. J. Beck C. A. Brown C. NV. Hogerson P. F.. Armstrong M. B. Beck W. W. Canfield YV. F. Joachim J. S. Ashby A. E. Bennett F. W. Carpenter G. Ludvvick P. W. Barker C. R. Betzer H. Carson E. Prusa ' J. L. Barritt C. R. Bigelow E. F. Carter E. hd. WVeeks 0. K. Barton XV. Blunk W. Gall Z1 ,W MY .J .V. 1 I -, V I w 'N . , .,, ,X ,, W, -, I ...I , M Y--..-,, , I ' 1 I fa 'I Ll,i4g31Q3f! ' Q I Q 'Lil Qilllf.Qf'QL,Q Q ?fQf.U ' W 'N is-1: ' v' -T? '.'F..,":Lidg rn Lf- f----W Af- --Q-v'v444 If ' 14,9 ffm: IFJIQ ,A I 5 I 5 WP? Xxx' E ixwgki 6 "film,- Y fr 5 - If. wi! MISS MARIE ROWLEY I Ig! Sponsor gl l ,W 51 Y Q: i 1 ' l l I fi .X ir, 5 l Y I i III: Ti Q if 5 7 L umpanp V If ? U si I i I 14 W fi I Vi ii Fi li Ff K1 fg- E i 5 in fi KENNETH Y. CRAIG IRYVIN F. SMITH Captain First Lieutenant Il' gf! 1 I 1 ' il' iii 255 M' it si 61 I ,I ,. 3,1 -n .ji ' fa: lf: 1 ite I ix. 'W i .Y.N...,.?.,C-...-.T.-.,",, l' , 7,5 Il: - ,. 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Darlington ' G. W. DeFord B. F. Douthit W. Henschke PRIVATES L. E. Chamberlain R. H. Cowen L. Folcla G. D. Cornbes F. Creedon T. L. Foster, P. Conner A. D. Davey F. P. Fowler R. M. Cooper J. W. Ensign VV. H. Foxwell C. W. Copeland P. A. Erickson C. F. Galbraith J. H. Copeland W. K. Fitzgerald S. Greenstone 219 I. E. Doty B. F. Hurless L. Nl. Henkle C. H. Hasbrook R. F. Skinner J. F. Thomas J. C. Williams N W ,sl I-IERBERT PIERCE Captain 4 .w, f..- I '.., r r -L 1 Nl . ,V 1, fr" 'mfs -f"'rfi ,- ' 'f' "-rf f-f- -Q-an . ,,,,,g,z P , , -, A-, ,,.,i,-,-lawn J- 'S .--T i1.,jj.1 1 A - I All ifflll ij wr.. , ' ei'-.3 3 if . -are 4. H .gpjf W be 5 4.4.1, A val lu T - - T , K , l W All A .le Qi -f lf L i fi la ' il? lf . L lk ill l ll ll L Cllumpanp "E" H. Pierce, Captain E. Lanz, In Lieutenant El rl SERGEANT A, B. Mickey, Ift Sfrgeant ' 5? 3. i CORPORALS E L. Fay D. T. Ford R. E. Ganz E. J. Garrison E. Gillette H. M. F. Hall A. E. Herrmann X PRIVATES 'Q f H. H. Erwin A. Hall NI. H. Hernpel G. 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Musselman F. Nosky Oleson A. Stava . pw. ,U Q3 'E Eff Eifffi'LEQE-'e:E'ie-faifxm-A ,fefirffwf layillsaff , 'X L-1"V ' M4 M ',xLH'j Y. atig MTF U Z H5433 01,-' J . J .xv .1. IE-fybf M' ,., Q, '-'cy' 'J g,.'v "..'-,A 'L' -1,1 QJ2 E -rr-,,::.'l-.1 X121 ,izglc ,. ,egirr-t 4-lm 4-WAY-,-,7.,,V:v,h-44 V ,4 RAYMOND C. L. GREER Captain H., ,4,,:,..1.M.-V-....131 ' Q, X 2 ,ry 'X ! R, 's J, V' UI: A rh gn 4 . Qi M M xxx W fi--, Vp. 9' , L! f LQ DFW? F11 ' W-I fl YL in xi ,1 5, . w, 3. ii! X if W y Gil ' . F A , ., V A KL, li ' 'f ' 'VK :iii QQ "J , MISS BERTHA DRIFTMIER 'jg N LQ Sponyor ' ' li L' W al ,la I if ' 1 5 I n QE ump any 1 5 A E ill gr' U U1 I Is, v . FV f. L 'fx 9 H 1' nm lg' 4" 15" if E sig nf ii 'E r lid Ea E 1 'ir M. BARLOWE NYE if? Firft Lieutenant Q" ' F.: QP lik, W M W EI 51 iq If ,A T. ij if! 4 E? gi' N, I5 :X ,'T'J'ff4ff'fQL f1'7f:Tl,TLC'j,' ,L,, jjfj- f-" 'f jx! +A wf 1 E E E Q giffllf'-"'Q Qinmpanp "G" R. C. L. Greer, Captain B. Nye, Ifz Lieutenant SERGEANTS H. B. 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'w if-,. if 'MQ-Q., .J .555 ,WN K, f 1 f-",,, x pf 4 . , r .,. xv, -Jw' iw ,. v: , V- K ,gd JA 1-A. xg!-V N: g' New Y: '7?s1. -11.1, . wg? I 1 WILLIAM C 111ajbrCrzAPIN '1-in kk R Wi? is W fl W? mf m gm Q Q!-f G 12 iii? , 1 iw ' V 111 W 1 ,F 1 mg 9 Vw 51 iyx , V H In H 2 iw ULDA ST S! 'Ifi SPOMOTEIGER Ki 31 N W li ? L ii 4 :.-5 1.1 m W ri ij! E1 H il if L ii ly HH El i 'J if Eff 1? fr' la .. lg ,ig ef if F I5 3 9 '33 -.-f n' . f:-. . -V fe fi' 1 :ian '?55ff3f1E1f- '1f?E5':-":3:iQf1::f'f. 1 1 :3-13 ' E51 fir? V , e,:2f25fs':2-Y5E5.:.Z Ny' -L 42334. . . 'Q , ff 2 1 LL LL L ga? ., .. .,,. Miss ERMA M. NELSON S povzxor 1 A nmpanp LEON M. PALMER Captain WALTER E. HAGER Pint Lieulmant Qinmpanp "il" L. Nl. Palmer, Captain VV. A. Hager, Irt Lieutenant SERGEANTS H. F. Holtz, Irt Sfrgeanz Kieth Cvraul H. H. Kirsch CORPORALS D. Harlan P. H. Quinby Chas. Reimer W. W. Schoonmaker A. B. Wallace PRIVATES M. Aabel H. W. Pike ' Chas. Rider G. D. Driver Pullen E. C. Rouse B. W. Hunter J. F. Quinn V. G Rydberg D. H. Morgan F. W. Rabe R. S. Schwab P. M. Parker H. L. Reed V. H. Seabury H. Parmenter M. C. Remington F.. Sieber B. D. Perdue I. F. Reynolds B. F. Silsbee L. W. Reynolds O. D. Smalley 23:1 L. D. Robinson C. Zeigler R. D. Smith R. B. Snapp H. C. Stewart L. W. Trester P. O. Townsend I. H. Worley S. B. Yule W gm V 7- -V ff, 'ft "Q"-'iw il' "A'I'f"7."'f7"i'T'?.i"fk'li:"Lfi'2.75 3 :V-fail?-,, fp. :Huff -fvx. fm, ,- II ll . 1 , J Jil I v M-g""'f Aijrgr rrrr I WF V W L Aim up I YY' bil? 2. Iwi. ,L-,L-J" LLL-A -L'-A4 M55 fi + ,MTX ' Lf , -.NI'3, Lxgfftiijl Fffgj J ' 4 , 4 4 kV' if 9,1 H .A IM M wi, : I ' l 1 I, ,E A5 , M : , W M 'N . ' ' V :si I 9 Miss EVA MILLER li 'f - Spomor V M ' ' '- LQ ilk J -w ,, gl g, lzk M 1 umpanp + I' R 'Q 1,1 Iq .Q ' gf :E if VI ,A 'I Rf Fe iq my 51, H uf f 5,3 5 V fi ff? VVILLIANI F. URBACH I !.. C' S' HOLQOMBE Firft1LieuZe1m1zt ' Capiam 11 IH V' '9 ii , il Mx IEEE Q3 lx ? fi gif K 5 sq G A LG I 5, 5 kv 1: PE S, wif, -W--W-7, -7f.V.f nf-HN , ,.,,,. A, ,,,, , , ,, , , V.-. ,,.a. .,.,,,,. K .,,,g,,.A,.T.V i . -,,..J'7 3 "U -1 N 1:11 -4., rrag,ff,M.w...m -VQA -QM...--' i an W Qlumpanp l C. S. Holcombe, Captain VV. F. Urbach, Irt Lieutenant SERGEANTS L. A. Wolfanger, Irt Sergeant C. Wi. France C. R. Garclipee CORPGRALS J. F. Schultz B. Souther E. H. Stech J. Stein C. V. Svoboda B. G. Thomas i PRIVATES A. F. Bossemeyer C. C. Schrier S. Speier R. R. Surber Jay Davies E. T. Seeley H. Stephens C. B. Taylor I. Hauser L. L. Sharp H. F. Stevens A. E. Tenhaelf F. L. Oswald T. C. Shipley L H. Strickland V. K. Viele A. l. Reese C. H. Shildneck C. Strimple J. 'Welch A. A. Saversicle R. S. Smith . Sukovaty C" ' V1 ,. 3 f 4 J. Q3 Qiwef 1 1 ,X , 1' 'V I Ia. ' " 'Q H5 4 J ,if g w ' ,ji F .f".'.f :JJ L-ff? rl' ,lf ff ' ex 115 I 4 Xl! xq XC 5,1 i Qi: ! .J. W 12 11' 13.,i, ' W nm uf v ,.-wr-x :-vfjyf-'--, f- -'1 1 r ri w L33 , f1:,,,"f1sJ ' :iq i Fm. wi L., 41" Q-311116-QTH LA Uh!! ' -f 4 -4 1- '--'A-1-'L' 5, .L " X--.K-F '4L1Lf4y-" v--f 4- A fP---- ---ffL,1fG1.:,g 1 .1 :4:uLr.,fax'u, .,... QJQ 'K , , v wi! ,, W Q 'E H 'N 4 rw -- V ,I x, af! Flu g. , If N , , W , 1 1 Q. W vb lx 1, 3 I ' 1 W ,-., K I? S 'X V , , , , , . J I . 'W Q4 rj IT 5 5 1 1 if A ' ll 4 X 1 Miss PHEBE FOLSOM f ll 1 ' Spomor 1' I we 3 J g E I. A , , A YQ . , E 1 Q 1 sf ' W 1 k ' I 5 , 1 4 , ' up p H I X X 1 C C Y Y 452 x M w nmpanp 4 W y I ', w ll . :H , 1 T 4 W A . .X X , . f Q 1 , H' W -X l Q a 1 ., , , - I lr, fx I C 1 ' , L ti? U 1? rl P' H ' 1 V' lv l- .l , 'H JQ ai I -, W: l v 1-in Wg ST WIU-ARD M-.FOLSOM IRA D. BEYNON I Q W CHPM111 Firft Lieutenant 5 wb , .,, a ' M ' Fw All w ul xx fn 1 U Aw iw ' A ' XP . w ' gg , nf ' H u " i f ri Y 1' 1 ' ., 1 153 , ,K ,Ii ,s N -, . ' 1 -'ff-U, f95?'!!-':'.ff' ' ' 'U -5 75igEf5i:fZ1ff' , V F4 W Flu . ME,-A ,.-.W .,,, 4, A,..- , m 4 N , , , , M, ,,,, ., f ., "F be-1 H w .' -an-f 'v j ' ,xwlfb M' A ' , ' 4' , gg. I ,J ve i 4 . fi "i . .,, V. H5 - - W, J IN. 1 i W5 'E in in WI. l..fCf'Lf' .U Kfff QM'-G AL" EFF 1 if 1' 'g A. il .. rl tl fl V nj MF l. sl if .1 ,N ls' i ll ' 2 'l Me I V l if li ll. ig I ll EV li pl I' i ll ll! l L "WH ii lf rl il 'll lf if fu li ll.: EQ if FU Bl rl il I1 9? l. 3. fl El mwwmmo gill of fliweea A - If I-9 4 .1 1,3 ' H I F 4 M - .1 -A Qiumpanp "jllI"l W. M. Folsorn, Captain I. D. Beynon, IJZ Lieutfnanf SERGEANT L. A. Gordon, Ist Sergeant CORPORALS C. J. Killian M. C. Townsend F. Wendstrand L. A. Wilson R. B. Wiltse PRIVATES G. Butterfield E. F.. Sweeney R. E. Wenk J. C. Woodruff U. Guenzel J. Vernon F. C. Westervelt F. P. Woods Harrington H. R. Voris V. R. Whitmore H. H. Wloods F. Hinds C. E. Wanek D. A. 'Wilsey R. C. Woodside R. Nohavec C. B. Warner L D. Wilson H. D. Yates B Stephenson C Webster P Withey A. Zailer VV F Vlfeiland F. F. Witte 239 il f 4134 X? - E. L. LIEBENDORFER Captain Y. 111 ,1 1, 11: , 1 1 1 A A in ,, Q. 1- ,1 4-1Q,.fv-:f1'j,., 411, if N-7:1111 H -V . 1 '7I,1 '12 1 11- ,1 ,1K'7,j111Lf "' 11"-1513111-35, L11 ,'1 1'- . f , 1 N '-in QQ-451, 1, ,A ' - - if-.ff V 1l"TX11: 11.1-E11 1X U 1:11111 13,A11XX1 11191 611111 1 Aff 1 1 1 --441 111 171 1 151 1 11 X1 H1 1.1 1 1 1 iff 1121 1 , ff 1 1 ' 1 :L1 11 ,K 1114 Q1 Mas. E. L. LIEBENDORFER Sponfor '11 1 1 if 1,1 1' 1,1 11' A 11 1, 11 1 If 111 L- 11 51 I ll atm 12 .:1 11 Qiumpanp 1 1 1 ,: 1 , 1 5-11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 .1 X, , 1 11 E '1 I , 1 1 ' ' 1 1 F. LIEBENDORFER ' 1 F i1'.rt L1'fute1za1zt M1 11 11 1' '11 111 5 1 1 11 11 11 rl, 1 1 1 R1 1 11 11 1 11 , ,., , ,.w-.,..w. ,,, . w 1 11 1,-m..,.--...,.......,.f,,1 , 1 -, , .X , -1- 11-...v-,.,......l...------ Nix, , ,. .V - -... YY-,.Y..- Ah- --w -1-- --' 1 :Warm Qllumpanp E. L. Liebendorfer, Captain G. F. Liebendorfer, Ist Lieutenant SERGEANTS H. P. Morgan, Ift Sergeant B. Novotny coRPoRALs A E. B. Catterson L. A. Clausen F. C. Coulson L. Dale C. B. Dickenson VV. H. Eller I. W. Hepperly C. A. Olson NI. G. Richmond C. Wolford PRIVATES R. E. Berquist D. L. Gross C. R. Lindstrorn S. Oyler E. E. Boicherding C. A. Happold I. E. Lindstrom I. R. Richards G. G. Butterfield G. W. Hern J. I. Lovejoy R. Shepard E. D. Cross C. T. Hilmer E. C. Mclfllhaney G. Snapp H. Dunken G.'Houfek R. K. McGaughey H. M. Stearns W. Dyer H. C. Jensen B. MclVlahon F. Thaclen B. Fletcher J. L. Johnson K. I. Marcy L. R. Thompson R. F.. Fortna Carl Jones G. H. Moseley H. W. Wadeking K. Fradenberg A. VV. Keech H. A. Noble E. Waybright J. F. Francis H. P. Kerns F. R. Nohavec C. Wayenwright H. A. Fudge M. J. Krotz C. Olcott Charles YVerner F.. G. Garrison lvl. N. Lawritson H. B. Olson R. S. YVilliams W. E. Gibbons T. E. Lewis P. Ottenstein E. A. 'Work C. Nl. Yerkes 241 K S H Km L RL Cr K i-,XL Axffkd xx,'4y fr, 4' X555 cv Z X-' 'LLL y ll! 5 O N x X ., ' X N XXX 1- ' X - X ' . - 1 X K- ' . X S AX I F F di. 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LUKE POST GRADUATES DANA F. COLE E. H. DUNAWAY LINDEN L. LYNCH SENIORS ROY F. CAMERON C. C. GOLDEN L. A. HICKMAN HARRY L. GAYER M. L. MINTHORN R. C. VAN KIRK IRWIN CLARK JAMES COLTON L. A. CRANDALL BEATTY DOUTHIT JAMES EYERLY ELMER A. JONES F.. E. STONE CLYDE DARNER JUNIORS L. O. VVYMAN AUGUST ZUHLKE CHAS. ANGELL SOFHOMORES WALLACE GERRIE EDVVARD GILLETTE CARLISLE JONES OSCAR SMALLEY HAROLD LANGDON FRESHMEN CLARE ANDERSON B. M. DIERS FRANK BRADY LOUIS HERMAN GLEN WALLACE PAUL DOBSON ARTHUR GRAY PLEDGFIS JAMES LUCAS THOS. H. ASHTON HOWARD GRANDEN GEORGE ROHWER KARL BERGLUM LEO GUDE FRANK ALLEN Qlpba Enigma 1913i Dobson Golden Minthorn Gerrie Lynch Granden Crandall Babcock Gayer Jones Whyman Langdon Anderson Clark Zuhlke Gillette , Cameron Berglow Douthit Herman Eyerly Smalley ,Hickman Cole Brady Diers Jones VanKirk Stone Dunaway Angell Gray Wallace 245 K Us YV" L- T22 54" Fl? Za: 65-3 IH RJ R -QT-S5 sw gl 9 3 23 We 5-E Rx ' -X. ., . 1... ,. , .. JVJ ,.,.. 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Johnson Kennedy ' Angle Thomas Horne Zumwinkle Chitfick Schumacher Elliot Nlarsh 247 38.15 N ON an S 1 X J R ib x x I 4 .Sf R 2 ff A f I X X f 'Nm NNN if 6. qo- . ', I .....s. W- "F - ' I . 6a?.Z.. .JR Tw. MEF. s w, if :ii .A wk A. ,.-,. ,I 5.232-2g5'zy.5'f5Q5?"' I aw -gg... :as '-'W' . ' :ik V: ..g.,g, f-R3-.5 51,3 9 ,' if .- N 1' , L , .y P-N, 4. 1 , Y -'Mx -i::g:i"?Ni-.5.:35Z4i I f ,Lf Nfl J RL:fN:-mg1:A 1 ' f .1-wiv Dv- maps, 'X 1-.,.x:-:X-Defi-. Sq, ij- I -W4 A-A 7, . if r ,P A six -:-kxmkwmb ,2..,.51.. eR-. '-:Semi-I 'N .Q - -' . A II I 4 4 , , R '- Z1 go-if X Ipba Zlibeta hi FRATRES IN URBF. THORNE A. BROWNE S. A. FOSSLER J. C. HOGE R. E. HODGES F. B. HUMPHREY C. I. LORD I. A. NIELVILLE GEORGE L. TOWNE HARRY XVENTZ H. WINNETT ORR R. A. SMITH R. WV. ISRAEL L F. SMITH C. S. HOLCOLIBE J. L. CALEY VERNE AUSTIN S. A. HENRY W. E. SPEAR W. F. TINKCOM KENDALL FRADENBE LLOYD EVANS H. N. SMITH HAROLD WEETH LEONARD FLANSBURG A. H. HILTNER IJAWRFNCE HOLL.AND FRED Nl. HUNTER JAMES E. LAWRENCE A. L. NIEYERS J. E. ORCUTT FRED LLL WVELLS BENTON DALES RAYMOND J. POOL SENICRS XV. K. FOWLER, IR. I. L. POLK P. C. SPENCER HOWARD H.ADLEY IUNIORS XV. T. ROBERTS NL M. GARRETT SOPHOMORES L. C. HARTMAN ELMER F. XVITTE CHAS. R. VVEETH C. E. HINDS WAYNE L. TOWNSEND FRESHMEN RG NVILFORD NELSON GRPHEUS POLK PLED GFS VICTOR GRAHAM LEONARD W. TRESTER WALTER SCHROEDER 248 . i Qlpba Theta Qliji Fradenberg Hinds hdiller Hartman Graham H. Weeth Townsend Henry Austin Spear Evans Trester Nelson Roberts H. Smith Witte Tinkcom Schroeder Caley Polk C. Weeth Garrett I. Smith Holcombe Israel R. Smith Hadley Spencer 249 sff"'-Sim 'if' 3 K LH"-1-..., . Vl1:, 4 . -I .1,'.4: , I I 1 E.. l. . , 'ff v lr' I NH ' A +1 . yg.g14 v A 'R T K' .. W my 1 I ..'I!1nu , !llllli.. Qqi1l ...N fl, Sl " V.........-..- ' F im-A: N-S. QS-ME!! I 'JN J JTDII I-.LJ A Esta illbeta 1Bi FRATRFS IN URBE ROBERT TALBOT THOMAS EGAN FIARNEST C. AMES ADE BARSTOW N. W. BAXTER D. D. BELL F. T. BELL NELS BOWERS J. H. BREADY F. A. BUCKSTAFF J. R. BURKS J. S. BYRNES P. D. CALDWELL C. F. CHARLTON E. NI. CRAMB F. T. DAYTON WILLARD FOLSOM HARRY H. FIVERETT GLIVER EVERETT EDWIN FIELD F.. C. FOLSOM VV. C. FROHLICK BUDD GILLESPIE GEORGE HOLMES M. E. HYDE H. P. LAU JOHN R. MEH'ER 0. NI. NIEYER F. P. QUICK HARRY A. REESE LOWE RICKETTS F. A. REHLAENDER SENIORS E. C. ROBINSON JOHN ROSBOROUGH F. E. ROTH F. O. SALISBURY DON STUART C. A. STEIN O. V. P. STOUT M. NI. WELTON C. R. XVHITE F. C. WILLIAMS RALPH VVILSON F. H. XVOODS HAROLD WOOD VVALTER WILSON TAYLOR N. WITHROW JUNIORS DELOS ANDERSON CLIFTON NIONAHAN M. U. BURTON LAWRENCE PETERSON IWAURICE LOOMIS JOHN STODDART SOPHOMORES HARRY CLAIBORNE EDWARD NIOREHEAD LEO FEHLMAN WVILLIAM SCHOONMAKER FRED IQLEPSER ENOS STEWART FRESHMEN MILLEDOE BULLARD PAUL FLOTHOW WILLIAM JOHNSON SENECA ESULE NORMAN B. CURTICE CARL FORD TED LONAM KARL WVEINER JAMES F.NSION DONALD GALLEGHER LOYAL SHANNON 250 ?B2fa1IUb2w Bi Ensign Johnson Peterson Yule Talbot Folsom Shannon Chamberlin Loomis Schoonmaker Flothow Morehead Weiner Ford Anderson Curtice Bullard Egan Monahan Withroxv Stoddart Lonam Burton 251 ff .FQ makin-u Rf' feb f S? 0 -1 Ol I 'VII I II 1. . . - W1 Q:2'1:1'f:2'3Z5:Q. T1afJJ.JJJJI , R 9 ERE? ZlBeIta Qibi FRATRES IN URBE C. PETRUS PETERSON O. B. CLARK VANCIL K. GREER SHERMAN H. LOWER JOHN PRIEST RUSSEL RJANN ELWOOD B. CHAPPELL RACERLIN HARE ALBERT J. COVERT FRED H. JOHNSON HAROLD PORTERFIELD SENIORS JUNIORS ROBERT DEVORE HAXRRY' L. ANKENY R. A. BICKFORD DR. EDWIN NIAXEY JOSEPH NOONE ARTHUR CAVANAUGH HAROLD P. RJIORGAN EVERETT L. RANDALL FRANK L. HIXENBRXUGH ALVIN OLSON ROBERT XV. PROUDFIT HAROLD UPDEGRAFF SOPHOMORES LESTER NI. BUCKLEY HX'LE ERWIN LESTER L. DUNN FRED C. IQEINER LLEWELLYN L. NIARTIN FRESHNIEN T. VV. CARPENTER PLEDGES PAUL E. CONRAD JOHN BARTON ROSCOE RICE YV. P. ACKERMAN 252 Blta Cllliji Carpenter Hixenbaugh Ackerman Rockey Erwin Keiner Barton Randall Dunn Martin Porterield Covert Johnson Proudflt Morgan Mcliachon Hare Chappell Olson Buckley 253 EX. , Y . .. . ,.,.-- ,a1,..,., I 'SAQI-'-' ' "'1'-'K41?2Zf A -Qs .eyff wx , iiifraffh.. ' A :ff -I 7'-vf film A T2fS,6fI9 T A U ZBeIta Qian Reita FRATRES IN URBF. C. D. PERRIN E. C. STEVENS W. C. WVILSON C. J. BILLS L. TEETERS . L. BROWN DDF' H. H. WHEELER, JR. A. F. FARROW G. S. HUTCHINSON SFNIGRS G. W. IRWIN E. O. HUGO JUNIORS C. W. HELZER J. L. RIDDELL D. L. LOVE D. W. ATWOOD VV. H. THOMPSON B. J. HAINER E. C. STRODE H. G. LEHNHOEE E. H. GRAVES C. S. GUENZEL E. P. MZCLAUGHLIN H. I. SCHWAB R. B. RUTHERI-'ORD F. M. COLLINS WVIRGIL J. HIXGGART J. D. STEVENS SOPHOMORES - R. B. LE BAS C. H. GRAEE T. S. COBBEY ELLSWORTH NIOSER T. E. RIDDELL T. L. IQISER E. C. SCHWESER H. H. VVOODS A. H. BRENKER R. V. CLARK A. W. IVIULLIGAN F.. B. IVIINNICK D. L. YALE G. E. IQLINE IVI. BAEHR FRESHIVIEN W. W. CANFIELD PLEDGES W. H. FLYNN F.. C. ROUSE F. F. BARNETT A. E. NESBIT KIRK TESIER 254 VV. S. FLINT L. E. PINNEY VV. C. JOHNSON R. S. GRANT HAROLD HAGER IIIII , Rf.. X I I, I 6' A. elta Eau alta Baehr Minnick LeBas T. Riddell Nloser Blulligan Yale WVoods Schweser Graff Crownover Ross Kiser Stevens Brenker Clark Hugg Rutherford Schwab Riddell Haggart Irwin Bush Cobbey Collins 971 ECHL , 53219 I 1 1.23A?IEfim 'JE E3 'JE wi -I' ff? A , x,.. .,,,,. .,,..., . . ' QA- vf-f, A QITAATH AA . '1 ..,.. - ,, W A I -T, , I. : M ,'Q' ' IQ ' 'A.. . 1,k V7 QW:--151 l' I.'- A ' 11 2' 53x.f '-A' I A '-"' ISWW JL-Z.?'f1?f RA AEA AZ A I If X I Mlm II moowm X R I FRATRES IN URBE CONRAD IW. ALLEN DR. C. A. EUMSTEAD XVARREN F. DAY ARTHUR H. EDGREN LOUIS P. HAGENSICR D-I-AMES H. HARPHAM PHILIP J. HARRISON HENRY C. HATHAWAY EUGENE HOLLAND ERNST C. H. HOPPE, JR. ALBERT A. HOPPE DR. R. O. HUMMEI. LOYAL G. HO ROY D. KILE CHAS. T. KNAPP C. HARRY MARTIN HARVEY S. RATHBONE AUGUST C. SCHMIDT SAMUEL C. VVAUGH BERNARD G. 'WESTOVER FRANK WILSEY LOUIS VV. QXIVEAVER STEWART B. CLAAR VVINFORD L. HALL FREDERICK S. SEACREST WEY SENIORS GUY C. CHAMBERS CLARENCE T. SPIER JUNIORS ALBERT D. GREENLEE LEROY J. HARNEY CECIL I. LAVERTY KENNETH KIMBALL EARL S. YOUNG SOPHOIWORES RUDOLF FUCHS CURTIS KIMBALL CHESTER K. THOMPSON ELMER GRABILL GRIFFITH OWEN LLOYD M. TULLY EDWARD WEAVER FRESHMEN HOMER CARSON ROBERT HASKELL CLANCY L. HASBROCK ARTHUR C. LOEPP ALEXANDER KRAUSE ROBERT MOODY - ROBERT WENGER WM. NLCVICKER MERRILL WILLIAMS PLEDGES I GOLDWIN DORAN JOSEPH FLAHERTY 256 Ti ---4 Vlf'Y!'T1'-MV 'JfA"7"W X " 'V f f" -' "N ' ' W ' ffl-. Nz , ,4 gs. w' 1 ,., w. 'x '11 .w Yu 'w J I up f ' ' A' Clif V ,?1:::'f if - - X ---- - Q-- .QM-.5116 iifllffvilj Fmfis fuifwk' Wiz Wfgfg Fi- Pi rf f alta Ubipsllun is N YLQQW 1 ri? - W W 1 1 xl l , ji wif 153 ri .IH 51 im? 'li gl ff -1 he H nw wg ani fi' v' 2 sl I! W in 1 , ff Hascall Hasbrock Krause Tully Fuchs C. 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PETTIS . D. PRICE . L. ROUSE . F. SCHRAMM . C. SCHVVARZ . F.. XVESTOVER OHN WVESTOVER E D P E. J. JMIOYER E F C I P. S. SIIERWOOD JUNIORS S. A. HOADLEY SOPHONIORES E. A. LINN A. L. HARVEY R. J. SAUNDERS W. F.. GIBBONS C. S. KEYES FRESHMEN L. NI. TOWLE H. R. ANDERSON F. A. HUMPHREY O, RALSTON L. WILLIAMS C, LESHER G. H. MOYER PLEDGES D. ARENDT A, D01-Y A. N. THURBER F. HARRINGTON L. POTTER S. K. KNOTHE I fif.-.u',-- ' 5 L ROBERT COPSEY ROY HENNIS WM. BRUCE 258 W K, ,UVA .... .ai-:..Eivff W .5 I WN . .-XJ., X-. , , , ,,A.,,..L,.......-1..,., --... AA....,1 ,- :H D.--A f wr, .W A A.. QF' F r 7' r. 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' fm- 4' IQ: QQ z cy ' 1 '.-Q3-fel-E 9 M124 . 'Q.-EE -1 V i f ' sk 3 45336 Ky. : ' Q5 N A ,E+ hnsum A is fbi Btlta ilibeta FRATRES IN URBE G. H. AVERY A. NL BUNTING E. A. EVERETT G. T. EDDY ' F. E. FOSTER E. C. HARDX' M. B. HAUCK J. H. HUNT J. D. LAU A. L. LAY PROF L. B. PILLSBURY P. M. MCCULLOUGH V. H. HALLIGAN A. L. RUSHTON L. R. DOYLE W. W. WOODWARD J. L. PUTT V. P. OTTENSTEIN W. A. NORRIS N. B. MUSSELMAN E. P. WOODS L. BEANS F. F. CHESLEY G. D. COMEES J. M. RAYNIOND W. H. RAYMOND XV. B. ROMANS CHAS. STUART H. V. THOMAS GEO. T. THOMAS CHAS. VVHEDON O. YVITTMAN DR. J. M. VVOOD PROF. ROBERT WOLCOTT PROF. R. D. SCOTT WA RD R. E. NIURPHY SENIORS' F. E. JENNINGS F.. W. NIOEHERT JUNIORS H. B. VVOOD D. L. CLARK T. VV. IWETCALF SGPHOMORES H. F. LARSON D. T. CLARK J. T. BRESSLE PLEDGES H. C. OLSON 260 I. T. MCDONALD GEO. GILLIGAN G. A. RILEY R E. W. RINKER B. BAER H. E. BOWERS C. E. PETERSON - i5fl.iT5 WY -, ,, ,AM ,.m.x,,,., lv--------Q-Q----------.. 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"i ' N T-iv t 'Q---, Y new-4:1 ,T e--:1.?gfvi,.,-- Z., ri 4 lin, --Y!. 1 A i V .l A i , k Q -Zi?-31--34-V -Qlmaa-.nr - l--A-if Jak'-jk Q-- fL.l.9.f .. F145 'lf ' .dn L-,-,1 ' I nj Qu Vf' " N I L u' IW if I fn Q ,A Aux Ufdfn J 1 :II .IJ IL I Apfaf w - 'ew' . AQ 1-T'--A f "ISS q ZION iii-2:-'11 if.-S55-,fg.w65 FRATRES IN URBE R. B. ADAMS J. G. BURKETT JOHN BUSHNELL RAY CRANCER ARCHIE DAVIS ELMER HANSEN L. E. HURTZ G. P. IQIMBALL H. L. KLIRKPATRICK PROF. CHAS. B. LEE L. I. MORRIS U. S. HARKSON FRANK E. LONG A. E. BRYSON N. R. REASONER P. W. PROCTOR J. L. CHAMPE R. B. WILTSE R. M. STURM LLOYD PALMER JOHN HILLS J. VV. DAVIES H. C. SHUBERT NI. W. SMITH EDWARD G. NIAGGI OTTO R. NL-XLLOT F. M SANDERS EDWIN G. STECKLEY R. F. STOUT JAS. E. WHITNEY EARL WILSON DON VVOOD H. T. JOHNSON S. F. HOLMES SENIORS WT. E. LONG E. B. SCOTT L. O. CHATT D. V. SPOHN JUNIORS H. A. KNUTZEN G. W1 NEUSWANGER SOPHOIVIGRES BRIAN O7BRIAN YV. I. AITKEN W. D. MONTGOMERY VV. H. ANDRESEN B. L ROHRBOUGH PLEDGES JEAN NELSON GOODWIN ANDERSON RAYMOND HUGHES CARL YV. HAXGERSON S. K. HADLEY 262 Phi Gamma ZBeIta Montgomeryf Hogerson Henningsen Anderson Hughes Anderson Neuswangei' Rohrbaugh Davies Shubert Smith O'Brian Nelson Aldrich Scott Aitken Buck Hills Procter Champe Wiltse Kuntzen Sturm Orchard Palmer Bryson Morris Harkson Long E. B. Scott Chatt Spohn Becl-1 Reasoner 263 D. EICHE K. VV. NICKENNEN DR. C. F. LADD L. L. LOYD CARSON HILDRETH DEAN CLARK I H. VV. POST L. A. K.ORSMEYER .SHI r 9 , 'QS .AEKEZQFEB .L'. -I .mf WJ? ff . if EQ j If 'N-1..-ff"1 ight kappa 195i . FRATRES IN URBE G. G. NIARTIN SENIORS LLOYD DEWEESE PAUL SHIELDS R. L. FLANSBURG C. H. GARDINER 'W. E. HARNSBERGER JUNIORS R. E. BALIMAN E. D. IQIDDOO E. U. GUENZEL PHILIP WATKINS GROVE PORTER SOPHOMORES W. G. SCOTT J. B. COOK G. E. GRIMES J. S. GARDINER A PLEDGES R. THORP P. WITHY C. SEEMAN R. KENNER C. HARNSEEROER 264 . I f '.LLL.L ..LLL YV. C. NLERCER H. G. HOUGH L. C. OBERLIES E. H. CLARK A. L. HAECKER J. 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BARNES BARTON L. GREEN ARNOLD GRIMM G. W. STURGES A. A. EMLEY R. J. WHITE C. A. HOEFER W. W. WILEY BAUMAN B. F. ENGSTROM L. HENKLE H. HUFFMAN SENIORS VICTOR JOUVENAUT WRAY A. LINDLEY KARL LUDWICK R. V. NLINOR KARL W. NLOSELY L. LAHR HARRY HAYNIE GEO. WVIDNER A. B. RYANS EVERETT B. SAYVYER CHESTER K. WKVARD ROBERT WILSON FRED ARCHIBALD THOS. LEADLEY R. VVACHTER G. RIOSELEY VV. L. NICNIULLEN IUNIORS H. H. COREY SOPHONIORES H . NLILLER H. P. RUSH H. C. K.ELLEY PLEDGES A. JOHNSON J. FRASER P. LUDWICK K. BIGELOW NI. NOLAN 268 I lx f L' fQf',f' T ' ..-. L .... . . ' 3 2 W I if E1 I rg fx Sigma Qlpba fllipeiilun Woods Bigelow Johnson Ludwig Hinkle Engstrom Bauman Nolan Huffman Kelley Hoefer Jack Wfilliams Sawyer White Rush Fraser Forbes Miller jouvenaut Wachter Sturges Corey Lewis Ernley justin WVilliams lVleMullen 269 " 11 fs X' 'F w 1 g g f w g ' I f L 1 I LCYSIGNO VA" C. AGER C. S. ALLEN B. O. CAMPBELL P. F. CLARK G. E. CONDRA G. L. DELACY H. C. EDDY C. VV. ERWIN ROBT. ERWIN O. J. FEE N. C. P. FITZGERALD DR. H. E. FLANSBURG E. XV. FOSTER B. FULLERTON ARTHUR C. CHASE KENNETH Y. CRAIG PAUL DENNIS L29 Qigma Qliiji FRATRES IN URBE R. J. GREENE J. BIT. HIXBERLE WV. E. HARDY J. H. NIOCKETT, JR. J. NI. NELSON F. S. PROUDFIT WM. PROUDFIT G. E. PROUDFIT P. P. PROUDFIT G. H. RISSER DR. H. A. SHANNON F. SHEPHERD C. G. STECKELBERG DR. J. F. STEVENS SENIORS RJATI-IEW G. HEROLD JUNIORS W. J. D. STECKELBERG HOWARD HARVEY FRANK TIPTON HARRY GRAINGER ROBERT HARLEY JAMES L. BROWN DON C. CHAPIN HOWARD FREEMAN HUBERT HOLBEN' ROBERT FERGUSON DR. H. LOCKVVOOD NI. E. WHEELER GERALD WOODRUFF JAMES A. BRITTAIN ELLIOT E. ALLEN ADRIAN BRIAN KARL C. BROWN SOPHOFAORES RICHARD ROGERS FRESHMEN CARL THOMAS RALPH TROUP ROBERT E. CHAPIN LEO PACE J. OLCOTT PLEDGES JAMES COPELAND DA A DONALD XVHITCOMB 210 A-,1,WKWwvh-M1, .. I--IUIA 4 ALBERT PACE EDWARD GEESEN N PROUDFIT J ?,:lji .5 Sigma Qllbi Geesen I. Copeland Thomas Emory Brown Olcott Chapin Proudlit VVhitcomb Troup A. Pace L. 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Brown Albrecht Johnstone W. Kositsky Davies Parks Doling Putman Townsend E. Kositsky S. Brown Dale Theisen Mellon Mchflillan Robinson A.Koupal Graham hlarshall Purney Everts Bennet Keefe Hager Ruby Balls Jackson Scott Taylor Clark R. Koupal 275 L 1 l ,A-.:..M..-...- ,..i ....,.a....-......-.,. .. - .A K- ...W xmas,---g --avg'-as 4Q V V EW I E3 LII- 4: h .M A Af--Ir.: J -' Q f I PI ' 5' . . .LL L,-LL. LLL.- A A L 5 BSA ? . fb pw I 'J 1 .E ' Q-' , , 4, A 154 Q, A I P j ,," .I T, J ff i Q ", .5 . W J Zlcaua is . 11 ERATRES IN URBE W. J. BRYAN P. T. D-AYTON B. E. MOORE gf ,J C. C. QUIOGLE O. J. FEE . E. RASMUSSEN jg S. S. WHITING PROP. G. N. FOSTER R. M. RAVENSCROPT . 3 G. P. ABEL PROP. G. H. GRAMLICH PROP. A. A. REED J N. BROWN' E. A. GRONE . . SPEAR 3 PROP E. H. BARBOUR PROP. W. G. HASTINGS . . STECKELBERG 3 PROP ALBERT BUNTING' DR. D. C. HILTON W. D. J. STECKELBERG ij ii PROP G. R. CHATBURN P. A. JOHNSON PROP. C. W. TAYLOR Q J PROP. G. E. CONDRA A. A. LUEBS I. NI- TROUP J? 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RVILSON arm ilauuse SENIORS IUNIORS LINUS CHASE JOHN LI. SJOGREN PAUL H. STEYVART HAROLD I. DUNCAN OSCAR VV. FISHBACK EMIL C. LORIKS SOPHOMORES NLELANCTHON B. POSSON CARL A. OLSON FRED R. IQELLY FRANCIS C. COULSON FRESHMEN XVARREN H. ELLER CHAS. DICKINSON IRA XV. HEPPERLX' ROY VV. CARPENTER L. H. LEE DOMINIC GROSS PLEDGES NOEL RHODES EARL HOGUE , 280 .. ' ' A L ,J Lg 5: gig V, I I 1, IH III ,II V I. Q .UI If I .AX .IIT N I if V IQ- III 2 I I I 10 II I i I 1 I U II il ii PI 5 l. 5s I IE I I EI I. Il Ii i K. 1 ,I I? I I I I Al I II I ,. I I I I I . I I Y . I I f I I E i r If I i ! r-ff' 5, x .N L X. 47, r I I J CT Q' 1.7f'17 l'lf,L'jl ll' 'lylffll f J? 1 gap, lflfg, J gf ill in l V! 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HUESTIS RAELVERN HALL FLOYD REED LYLE ZIEGLER FRESHMEN DAVID DIEFENDERFER EARL STARBOARD CLIFFORD EVANS LOUIS UDEN L. H. REDELFS MERRIL VANDERPOOL HARRY L. REED CARL ZUTZ 282 Egusbnell Quilh I x Hall France Cook Uden Vanderpool McReynolcls Heustis Hauptrnan Paustian Schofield Buchter VVilsor1 Liebendorfer E. F. Reed Babson George Krebs F. Reed Young Ziegler V l 283 F. K I. 2+ W 'h 'A 4 ' I I ,, -1 1 l ' F por in Q. Q.-N, ,, ,ff F' I, I IJ' ,J I I E, I 1115192 3inter:3D'ratIern1tp nunul If I PROFESSOR PHILO BUCK, Chairman If L3 A A NL' ,Y T9 ALPHA SIGMA PHI - ELTON E. STONE 'V' If Q M iii ALPHA TAU OMEGA - - lVIARTIN CHITTICK I' 13 E fx .ALPHA THETA CHI - RAYMOND SMITH 5' LT 3 lj' BETA THETA PI - JOHN STODDART Q5 DELTA CHI - - FRANK L. HIXENBAUGH Ei ?N ' iN F DELTA TAU DELTA GEORGE W. IRWIN A DELTA UPSILON - CLARENCE SPIER f KAPPA SIGMA - - VV. ERSKINE MITCHELL I I PHI DELTA THETA - - EARNEST W. NIOEHNERT 1, ai, PHI GAMMA DELTA - - ORVILLE CHATT Q PHI KAPPA PSI - - EDGAR D. KIDDOO . if SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON - GEORGE STURGIS I A SIGMA CHI - - - - MATTHEW HEROLD A4 SIGMA NU - - BYRON G. HAYS I I I 9' L, SIGMA PHI EPSILON -I - RALPH THEI'SEN E lvl' Y . Ll I ' I " I .II If I- 3 C T4 K, gf nl 51 AQ W F1 I I I -I 'fi I I A 2 I I K Y,..,-4. r ,Q .Y . ,- Q 53 Y A, ,.-,,.1 4 , A . ALI-, I.: . .,J,O,5-.1 4 I-w I L- ,I my ., 3 I L Y V A , . 3 ,Y , . -f - I. --L , f' - Am K u.,GAJ1A4- b ,,.V,g,, 'h m fu ,,',,M51, ,,,.H f . ,IL-..:.,,,,..,, I. sg gigs X. K ff . Rx A r J X I f"5"' Q Saga' A ST JL " ' ' MQW ' N - ff . W ' F-I IJ' 1.1 15 : 5 , IZLTI-. 51-li .. 1' ' - W5 xmx X N .1,.A., ,- -,I Irfan. ' 'Y' -, .41 ffi fwiift- V' J J UN WT , x 'nfovbuupev 'ra GVUY' Zllpba bi wmega RESIDENT MEMBERS RJRS. JOHN NI. ALEXANDER NIRS. HARRY R. ANKENY NIISS HARRIET BARDWELL BJISS NIAY BARDWELL JVIISS NIAUDE B-ENNISON NIISS JANE BISHOP NIISS RUTH BROWNELL MISS HELEN CARNS NLISS NI. CORDELIA CONDRA MRS. GEORGE CONDRA TVIISS LEOTA COMBES RTRS. H. R. ESTABROOK I MISS 'VERA A. UPSON NTRS. H. T. FOLSOM MESS NIARIE FOWLER RIJISS PHOEBE CLARA HILL RCLRS. CLARK JEARY MISS CHARLOTTE JENKINS NJISS RTARJORIE LITTLE NLISS FLORENCE TMLALONE AIRS. T. H. NTAUCK R-LISS GRACE MCMAHON NJISS KATHRYN NIORCAN RJRS. J. F. STEVENS NIISS MZAE THEOEALD ACTIVE AMEMBERS SENIORS LOUISE BROWNELL CLARA NICNIAHON MARIE CUSACK CLARICE BREESE CHARLOTTE JENKINS JUNIORS BLANCHE BUSK MARIAN KASTLE ANNA LUCKEY SGPHGMOR MARIE APPLEMAN GENEVA CHESLEY RUTH JORGENSON HELEN SCHWAB RUTH JNHITMORE NLILDRED LUFKIN E S WINIERED WILLIAMS IRENE DENIARANVILLE HELEN JOHNSON FRESHMEN MAEEL BENTLEY NIYRTLE FRANCIS BEATRICE JONES VINA KOHLER MIRIAM LITTLE GERTRUDE NIARSHALL HANNAH MCCORKINDALE HELEN MINOR IQATHLEEN SISSLER FRANCES VVHITMORE Qlpba Qlliji Q9mega DeMaranville R. Whitmore Kohler Chesley Kastle Breese Frances lVlclVIahon F. Whitmore Brownell Bentley johnson Iorgenson McCorkindale Jenkins Busk Condra Appleman Marshall Jones H. Minor Little Luckey Schwab Sissler E. 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B EACH LY FREDERICK A. BEAUMONT ALFRED BECKMAN CLIFFORD G. BIGLOW GISELLA BIRKNER LAURENE BRATT BURNHAM CAMPBELL ELSIE FITZGERALD HELEN FITZGERALD KATHERINE FOLLMER GLEN FORDYCE KARL P. FREDERICKS GRACE GANNON ANAEEL GOOD MISS HELEN HARPER MISS EDNA HARPHAM BARS. FREDERICK IW. HUNTER MISS ANNA LUCILE JOHNSON IWZRS. WILLIAM LOGAN IXIIISS ELSIE FORD PIPER MISS JUNNIE LOUISE PIPER RXIRS. FLOYD RAWLINGS MRS. A. C. REYNOLDS MISS ESSA BELLE ROHMAN IXIIISS BEULAH RUSH IXIISS ROMA RUSH RVIISS BIIARGARET EDNA SPEARS INIISS EMILY VVINIFRED TRIGG NTRS. HERBERT N. GRAXINGER RAISS IVIARTHA IVALTON NIISS VIIOLA CLARK GRAY' NIRS. EDWARD XVESTOVER NIISS EDITH HALL IYIISS ALVINA ZUMVVINKLE ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS GLADYS DOMINY EDNA FROYD HELEN VVIEHRLI JUNIORS ETHEL CHASE IRMA HAUPTMAN DORIS SCROGGIN SOPHOMGRES -IEANETTE ADAMS LYDIA DAWSON HELEN AYRES DORIS DEYO ORENA OHLSEN FRESHMEN RUBY ANDREWS RUTH DOMINY FRANCES GANNON MILDRED GILLILAN HELEN JOHNSON LILLIAN DICKMAN EDNA HATHXVAY VERNA KEAN XVINIFRED IWORAN ELIZABETH RALSTON KATHERINE RALSTON MARIE OHLSEN GLADYS WHITFORD MARIE STUDTS 290 Qlpba fwmiufun iBi Hauptman Froyd Ayers Dawson K. Ralston ' Nlarshall E. Ralston G. Dominy Adams Whitford Scroggin IW. Ohlsen Deyo Hathway Gillilan O. Ohlsen Kean Gannon Andrews ' ' Johnson W'ehr1i Studts Chace Nloran R. Dominy Dickman 291 RS INA GITTINGS VIVIAN AYRES MISS MISS MRS. MRS. NIRS. MRS. A A Ph, .fJ , . -"SL A- -ww. A any ' 1. ,gh - , 5 - R .. 1 -RS, f I-,W I'11,-f-1q1:.v.,,'f..+ BW I .f.-RQ'fI'-- f Y- ,.,. L, ...1,, L ,., ., N'xE:ZwLfXu?iw?:E.. -I vw- +.: Qlpba bi RESIDENT MEMBERS HELEN BARSTOW DEPUTRON GRACE BUMSTEAD FARRELL MARY ROBBINS BUMSTEAD HELEN COTTON EMERY MISS lVIARIAN PETTIS MRS. RETA HOLLINGSWORTH VVAUGH NIISS MADELIINE STIVERS MISS MISS MISS BIIRS. BIIRS. CORA FAULKNER IQATHLEEN DOYLE RUTH GRIEVISH AVIARIE DOUGLAS STIEHM LEAH N1EYER FAULKNER MRS. GUIDA XVILTSE STECKELBERG HAZEL NORRIS MABEL ANDERSON ALMA CRAVEN ELIZABETH DOYLE MARY HALLER EVELYN ANDERSON FLORENCE BISHOP RUTH HENINGER IRENE JOHNSON MILRAE JUDKINS AGNES ANDERSON LULAH BREWSTER BEATRICE DIERKS MARY EASTHAM MADALINE GIRARD HELENE HILDRETH ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIO JUNIO MAROUERITE SOPHOM RS ESTHER SHULTZ VIXVIENNE HOLLAND NIARGUERITE LOEE HELEN STIDVVORTHY GENEVIEVE XVELSH HEOKERT ORES RfIARGARET lVICCOY MILDRED IVIONTGOMERY MARIAXN NORRIS GENEVIEVE ROBERTS GOLDEN RULE FRESHMEN 292 MARIAXN HENINOER HELEN IQENDALL BERNICE NELSON JESSIE SHUMWAY LOUISE STILES KATHERYN STURTEVANT 14772 - ."f"j l li- ,1' 11 if 1.1 If 1, ,.1 -1 1 1y'f1 11 ...ff 1 '11 141 .VAQ141 1 . I 1 1 1 1 !.l1i"' ffl! 'qlx fffj 1?1'l1 1 will .LH .lilli 11 'N 'll 11 I5- '1 .1 111- 11.111 l'1'lJ 1 . li 1 , . .1 15 111 'I 1lE 1lf if Fl '1 l l'1li fill 1- l 1' .1 Il1 -111 .l1l 11 13 .1 li 'IQ .1 1 V 1. ll 1 1l . I . 1, 1 1 I YE 1. 1l .1 1 ., x! 1 'I ., 11 . 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ISABEL COONS GILLESPIE Miss LULU RUNGE ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS CAROLYN FUNKE SELMA KAUF ALBERTfX GRUVER CARYL SPAULD1-Nc V CLARA STAADS jUNIORS LOUISE SCHAVLAND ESTHER SMITH SOPHONIORES HAZEL HAXRNSBERGER MARY MEANS RHEA HENDEE GRAXCE ROBINSON HELEN HUMPE HELEN SORENSON PERNA HUTCHINSON EDITH SEUNGBLUT FRESHMEN AMY KOUPAL 'VIVIAN N1CNAMARA HELEN LOFTMAN OLIVE NIEANS L. MCCULLOUGH ALMA SEIM 294 T'!'l'TiT A Lady G... 'iiiiff Q,-5 Mi: i H fi Wiyifg, i 11. fi if W v ' r ' i a W 3529 fi W il 'Ii Q, Wa EJ Q' V Hi if H VE Ni ii wi W I, ,lx L, Lia fi si lim iii. E' ' if if , M fi gl fi H ii f 'W ii 'ni 51 V E451 42 I 15' 34: 13 if rf vs, :V g fb gf iii li ilfiii if? V LJ ill 'li ix U IH ii ii i I 1.3 H " e 14 fi if 1 Ig lg All iixli lg! -"' Ti , ,Eyes f-lgff- W' Zllpija Xi ZBeIta Sorenson . Funke O. Means Staads Kauf McCullough Barnhardt Koupal Yungblut M. Nleans Seim Gruver Hutchinson Harnsberger McNamara Humpe Smith Schavland Loftman Hende Spaulding Robinson 295 IS! 1' SQ WJ S Ja C4 r x 'X Af tx - "" .J pe I... ' 'A - , IE- V' - ev" -, ' , AEST? 'lv ' f 13' - Swim ff L1 . ' .sFlmA 11 2.5 X3 ' nm, - .- ff S , . N -h,-sa g :af f ,. . X . ' I -175' ' .25 Cibi Gmega RESIDENT MEMBERS MRS. OSCAR B. CLARK MRS. RAYMOND S. NIURRAY IVIRS. ROY BIORKMAN BIISS AMAXNDA HEPPNER MRS. ROY B. HOSIC RIISS ANNE XVILSON NIISS FLORENCE HILL RIISS EDITH FORREST NIISS IXIAUD FORREST BIISS ANABEL FORREST MISS AGNES ARTERBURN ACTIVE NIERIBERS SENIGRS LEAH BOWKER ELMA REEDER FANNIE NIALZACHER HELEN SCOTT JUNIOR LUCILE ARTERBURN RACHEL CARLSON HELEN EDGECOMB IMIILDRED I-IOLTZ CAMILLA KOCH BEATRICE KOCH FLORENCE BUSH ELIZABETH CHANEY LEONA NICLEAN SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN DOROTHY KENNEY ESTHER LITTLE EMILY NIOCKETT EDNA PEGLER BESS SHERMAN FLORA IVENKE HELEN MCGERR IVIARGUERITE NIULVIHILL I-IAZEL WESTOVER I , 296 V ,W w 1-, 1 1 f K ? 4 Iii A J fl' 'f' 112-QZETLZ ,,.f -iijg, , -f ,--'iiffzfii ek fri. wifi--H r Q7 B3 U ' I ri-?In:f3'.:l ' .. , .' , gf of f-eff----e---fff,fm A oifillli-,Ai -A bfi' lg ll? 1 rf I I 7 riff ',,.-rl wk'-, el Qu- . f kfh:L.-.f fwffif . uf ' r 5 e ? W 1 mega lr - ff 21, fr hi' L-1 5, si ml 'il '34 I 'HI r! 111 lv I, V if 19 V2 4 L N ,x M5 V 'IJ ' H fri h li 1 ki H 57? ' PQ! 3 H ' U3 Z rw ' Vi .f UT 4 :,,1 ' W Carlson Bowker Malzacher Chaney Holt Arterburn Westover Sherman Koch Mockett B. Koch -R Bush Edgecomb lVIulvih'il1 Little Pegler Scott McGerr Reeder Kemmey McLean V ill Nr wel Iii i 4 H Qi E! 5' il ,, pw . ' Ill H jr J iw Q hu , lr li 5 297 ,A L2-lf,-L75 lin:-i.3w,.: EL Hmvllfl i -nel ,, . Maw H: MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS NIISS MISS MRS. MRS. MISS MISS MISS MISS MRS. MISS , - 'TTI Qs amD0 l Iii 4 Rf- I L I-A J fi IT '9' .4 , . Ik ' Q Q4 we ' 1 . 'V R.'.'E?."E3 MJ 5: Jvzififi H-If A ' 0,9 151- z '-1.1 ' NIU' H,,' 0' NIJ. , . ' ' .I "W ' " Reita Brita Z.BeIta ESTHER BENNETT GRACE BENNETT DAISY BONNELL WINIERED BONNELL FAY BONNELL ELIZABETH BONNELL VALERIA BONNELL R. A. BICKFORD THORNE BROWNE FLORENCE BUTLER MARY CHALLIS MARY CHAPIN EUNICE CHAPIN EDGAR H. CLARK BERTHA DUTEIL MISS ADA W' H.AZEL CLARK GLADYS LORD CECILE BALDWIN BERYL RIAWHINNEY RUTH HORRUNI LILLIAN JOHNSON LORETTA JOHNSON GLADYS KLOKE ALICE CAMPBELL GRACE GIBSON VERNA JONES I RESIDENT MEMBERS NLRS. WVILLIAM FAMILTON MRS. O. J. FEE MISS NIARY GRAHAM MISS EDNA GUND MRS. C. 0. HANSON MISS LUCY HAYWOOD MRS. ROBERT HOWARD MISS VINDA HUDSON MISS BEATRICE JOHNSON NTRS. C. E. IQEEFER MISS IRENE IQIRSCHTEIN NLRS. J. E. LAWRENCE MRS. H. J. LEHNHOFF MRS. W. S. LEMON RIIRS. RALPH LUDVVICK RXLRS. MISS MISS MISS MISS RIRS. MRS. NIRS. MISS NIRS. NIRS. MISS AIRS. MISS MISS MISS C. E. MATSON FLORENCE NIOCKETT ELLA NTORRISON EDNA PERRIN NXIAY PERSHING C. PETRUS PETERSON TRACY REWICK O. J. SHAW HAZEL SNELL JOHN ki. STEWART FRANK B. TIPTON ALMIDA XVACHTER CHESTER WARD ESTHER XVARNER LILA XVHITCOMB ANNA XJORE GGINS ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS LAURETTA LORD RAMONA TROUP JUNIORS LULA SHADE LEAH WVENGER SGPHOMORES HAZEL IRENE NIARTZ SUE MCDOUGAL REGINA POVVERS TVIARION REEDER HELEN YYOUNG FRESHMEN MARGARET NICDOUGAL VIOLA MULDOON GERTRUDE SOUIRES HELEN TOOLEY GRACE TROUP LEONA 'VVACHTER RUTH WELCH RUTH WV. VVELLER 298 Balm alta Balm Campbell Nlawhinney Welch G. Lord Kloke Reeder Powers M. McDougal Wenger Squires Gibson S. NlcDougal Nlartz L. Lord Loretta Johnson W'achter Horrum Judy Weller Clark R. Troup G. Troup Shade Hanson Lillian Johnson Tooley Young Jones Muldoon Baldwin 299 '-"-Z'-..iv -, I S- -"' 1 gg 3..1AUT'f!5? if 5TYfT2I.?? 95,9513 Reita Gamma RESIDENT MEMBERS TVLISS BRETA BILLS TVIISS HELEN BUTLER NLRS. A. R. EDMINSTON MISS LOIS FOSSLER MISS BLANCHE GARTEN MRS. VVILLARD GATES MRS. J. E. GAVIN MRS. ARCHIBALD HERXCKER AIRS. GEORGE HOLMES MISS FANCHON HOOPER MISS RUTH JAKVVAY TVLISS RJURIEL JONES MRS. EDNA MILLER JOHNSON MISS IQATHERINE :KIEFER MISS KIATPIRYN KIMBALL MISS TXGARJORIE KIMBALL MISS NLARGUERITE IQLINKER MRS. LOUIS IQORS-MEYER MRS. ALEX LAU MRS. H. P. LAU MARGARET DAVISON DOROTHY ELLSWORTH TVIILDRED MORNING BARBARA BAIRD ANNE BRUNDAGE JEAN BURROUGHS MARGARET CHITTENDEN HELEN DOTY VIVIEN FULTON M, RS. MRS. MISS MISS R-'IISS NIRS. TXLRS. RIIRS. MISS MRS. MISS MRS. M.RS. MRS. RLISS MISS AIRS. MISS LYNN LLOYD CARL LORD HELENE MITCHELL RUTH NIUNGER FRANCIS AICNAEE T. F. QUICK S. H. RATHBONE ARTHUR S. RAYMOND DOROTHY RAYMOND J. S. REID STELLA RICE CHARLES ROBERTS F. E. ROTH F. Sq SANDERS HELEN SAVVYER NIARJORIE SELLECK L. A. SHERMAN RIIRIAM STARRETT RIIISS RL-XRIE XYEESNER AIRS. FRANK XYOODS ACTIVE NIEBIIBERS SENIORS RUTH NIILLS GENEVIEVE XVEESNER JUNIORS BETTY XVALRER RTARIAN XVATKINS SOPHOMORES EDNA COFFEY HELEN DOTY DOROTHY DAVIES LELABETH FARRELL NELLIE X7OUNGERS FRESHMEN KATHERINE HOWEY RUTH MORGAN 300 BIARIE HEDRICK I-AUGUSTA KILPATRICK GENIEVEVE SANFORD LOUISE STOLL GERTRUDE NIUNGER NIARTHA NOBLE ry , A , , e M or or 'Amr r V- 1 Milo lx 517-J" 1- H . "ii .5 ,K , ,H I, 1 li -l l .1 Q l it 'l ri l 41- "f::a.z2T:iftg?jfi'Tfi""ff fiii1g.gi1Tii'rf' A 'wfrzfffif " ' '71 Fjfqm f?rf'rr3.4'i 'jr A rfrforffm- ef-2:1 V A fini X22 wg 'fr'-x, at tu A 4 A , A A A M A A A w-A A 41,551 i ff X'--qfjfw --f fl. 7 .-A44 ,.,'0-.v.,f--nf-V ..,-ff-1-rv -.fm Ll iff- - 4-44 1 v Y fe,-A ---A Ae MQ- 4--N-e-- W- -if---ff-A v4 -- A-fha-V-P -um-. -A.-A-..-Il4...,Eg,- -gT,L,ll i W' Fgivbw--sjefil. Lf, ,,,,:1.:,Q .. 1-2,4 2,444 LLM-Q -fan ...s.. 1.-at--1 -Le-J AA! -f - -4-g L va- ---444-my-M A -4A-M- -LA-f fha- A ea., AM. ..a- -, ,,,,-A. A ,- ,AA . -MA ,,! n ,, M, A4 ,A AME, mx Eye.. WQKA l 1 1 l ' l Balm Gamma Sanford Brundage Munger Davies Morning Howey Watkins Hedrick Noble Stoll Chittenden Doty Nlills Baird Farrell Nlorgan Youngers Kilpatrick Burroughs Ellsworth Davison Coffee VValker Weesner Fulton 301 M, ..,,,,-4-An ,W - -WM -4--MA-. -. llii ' 1 f P! fe-41FR"' Q ,453 ' - . ,Jia ' A ff' I -N-- O .,,, I ,- 5? IgE I I 0- 1 My .ggi vw-ff Reita Zeta RESIDENT MEMBERS MRS, IXJRS. J. RUSSELL DAVIS MRS. NETTIE NVILLS SHUGART ESTHER BURRITT FOSTER MRS. HARRIET GRAVES SCHRAO MRS. RUTH Bfl:ERRINER MISS RUTH GDELL MISS VENUS LEAMER ETHEL ARNOLD MARGUERITE BEESLEY CLARA DODDS RUTH BURCH RUTH ENYEART ESTHER ELLINGHUSEN FLORENCE BURCH KIISS PEARL BARTON BIIISS IVA SWENK MISS JANET CAMERON MARY CAMERON MISS RIISS' K LIRJORIE KIORSE KRXTHERINE IYENEPPER RUBY IRNEPPER MISS KIISS 31,155 EDNII BROWN ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS XYINIFRED ESTES ELIZABETH SEYMOUR ELINOR XRICKETT EFFIE NOLL JUNIORS NETTIE JEFFREY VIVIAN KNIGHT VENUS LEAMER SOPHOMORES VESTA IVEAVVE HELEN PECK FRESHMEN HELEN HEXVITT NINA HULL 302 alta Zeta Knight Hull Mawe Noll Burch Ellinghusen Hewitt Enyeart Peck Arnold Learner Jeifery Beesley Seymdur XVickett Dodds Burch Estes 303 Gamma ijabt Esta RESIDENT MEMBERS NIISS DOROTHY INIOREHEAD IVIISS CONSTANCE SYFORD NIISS I-IARRTET PEERY NIISS ELEANOR FRAMPTON ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS AILEEN EBERMAN RIILDRED PERRY JUNIORS RUTH IRVINE NELL NIORRISEY DORIS VVEAVER SOPI-IOMORES VIVIAN BAHR BETTY DYSART NIARJORIE COBB NIARIORIE GREEN SARAH COLE BERTHA HELZER M.ARIE CARLSON IQATE HELZER CAROLYN IYZIMBALL FRESHMEN LUCILE COATES -:SARA I-IEITER HEILA EIGENBROADT LOTS HARDY' IVA I-IAYTEN 304 Fg.., , , --1:.. - .,... -.. ,:,,,. ,, ..,,L....--HEX:-asf, .,- ,C--Y. . ...- T-A, , , ., .,., v,,,., .W LQ. 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"""' ,Q -'f- ' LA 33.1. I 1 It . I L4 1 I .. . . MF-1. ., ' QEQ9: 1'-15 4 if f .. .'. - -4. L P. V2 H. ,A,, -itv4i.X2LAQW W' , ' xv. Kp-- RESIDENT MEMBERS MRS. J. H. AX7ERY LTRS. F. NI. FLING AIRS. MRS. EARL CAMPBELL MRS. BARTON GREEN RTISS MISS ROSE CARSON MRS. GUY IVIATTESON MRS. MRS. R. G. CLAPP MRS. LEONARD HURTZ AIRS . D. R. LELAND EDITH LONG G. G. NIARTIN C. T. KNAPP MISS KATHERINE CLINE NIISS SARAH HAYDEN RALRS. G. E. PROUDFIT NIRS. T. A. COLKURN IVLRS. VVLILLIAM HARDY MISS IDA ROKINS MRS. R. A. CRANCER NIRS. C. D. HUSTEAD EVIRS. L. B. TUCKERMAN MRS. ELLERY T. DAXYIS MRS. HOWARD HAXRVEY AIRS. F. XV. UPSON MRS. G. W. DAY AIRS. XV. T. THOMPSON AIRS. QLIVE XVATSON NIISS IQATE FIELD N1-RS. C. F. LADD AIRS. HUTTON AVEBSTER IMLISS HELEN VVALLACE ACTIVE NIENIBERS SENIORS FLORENCE ANGLE NIARGARET AIARSHALL LULA MAE COE HELEN RIATTESON ALICE PROUDFIT JUNIORS ERMINE CARMEAN LOA HOWARD LOUISE COE FRANCES RINGLER CORNELIA CRITTENDEN FLORENCE WOOD SOPHOMORES CHARLOTTE BEDWELL CLARA LINDLEY RUTH BEECHER EVA RIIILLER HELEN COOK JEAN PECK CATHERINE DODGE CATHERINE PIERCE LARUE GILLERN HELEN QUINN MARY GUTHRIE FANNIE XVOOD LUCILE LEES IWARGARET LAURIE FRESHMEN MARY HELEN ALLENSWORTH DOROTHY ANDERSON DOROTHY COLBURN HELEN DILL RUTH FARNHAM EMMA GARRETT RTARY HUSTEAXD GERTRUDE NICGEE KATHERINE KOHL OTILLA SCHEURMAN BERNICE SHAFER :MARY STEELE HELEN HOUSTON 306 J. . kappa Qlpba iliijeta V IV Shafer Dodge Crittenden Houston C00 . Beecher Peek F. Wood Carmean Guthrie I Lmdley Quinn Allensworth Proudfit Kohl Howard Miller G Angle ' V Schurrnan Laurie Dill Bedvvell Matteson Steele L. M. Coe F. L. Wood Cook Gillern Pierce Nlarshall Anderson Anderson Ringler Haustead Lees McGee Garrett Farnham Cox Colburn 307 g f SI' .V v f -' , '51 Q:- . N .E W -' AA- I 3-"Sri" ...'j? '5Rf' ig. - sf ADS, -I -... I -f' X-. 1 miie- pm... I' vw iii ' Z V. P la' 45 7' , .ox E Sf. Q N f avs? kappa kappa Gamma RESIDENT MEMBERS MRS. E. F. ABBOTT AIRS. I. L. FOSTER AIRS. MRS. H. B. ALEXANDER AfIRS. ROBERT FULTON IVIISS MISS VIOLA BARNS MRS. ROBERT FUNKE MISS MISS JESSIE BEGHTOL MISS ELLEN B. GERE MRS. MRS. NIAX BEGHTOL MISS FRANCES C. GERE MISS MISS NELLIE L. BOYD Bd-ISS BIARIEL GERE AIIISS AGISS GRACE BRODY AfIRS. R. E. GIFEEN AIRS. AXIISS LENORA BURKETT AfIISS HELEN HALL BIIISS MRS. E. A. BURNETT AIRS. SAMUEL H,ALL AIRS. MISS BARBARA BURT AIRS. EMORY HARDY AIISS MISS HELEN CHASE AIRS. H. H. HJXRLEY' ATIISS MISS JANET CHASE AIISS IVIABEL HAYS AIRS. MRS. LEON C. CRANDALL AIRS. PTERNE HEDGE AIISS MISS KATE DENMAN MISS LENA JEARY MRS. MISS PAY DOYLE MRS. ROBERT JOYCE MRS. MISS BLANCHE EDMISTON AXIISS JESSIE BELL JURY AIRS. MRS. RAY ELLIOTT AXIISS STELLA KIRKER IXLIRS. MISS PAULINE ENSIGN AfIISS IVIABEL LINDLEY AIIISS MRS. LEONARD FLANSBURGBLIRS. C. C. AQIARLEY MISS MRS. E. C. FOLSOM AXIRS. L. AfIARSHALL AIRS. ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS CARRIE BUTLER PANSY FOLLMER PHEBE FOLSOM JOSEPHINE BURKETT ANNE RUSSELL H. XV. POST LOUISE POUND OLIVIA POUND E. A. RANKIN ELEANOR RAYMOND ACI-ARIE REICHENBACH LOWNE A. RICKETTS AIAUDE RISSER XVARREN ROMANS FRANCIS STEIN HELEN SHEPHERD L. C. STORY AIECIA STOUT AMOS G. NVARREN SAMUEL WYAUCH A. L. IVEATHERLY NLURTON XVELTON CHARLOTTE WIH EDEN B'IARGARET YVHEDEN F. C. XAIILLIAMS CAMILLE LEYDA LUCILLE LEYDA ISADORE SHELDON ELLA VVILLIAMS JUNIORS DOROTHY STEPHENS LULA INIITCHELL SOPHOMORES LUCILE BECKER ZELPHA RIGGS FAY TEEL DORIS CLARKE LAURA MCROBERTS LUCILE FOSTER LILLIAN SHINN JEANETTE TEAGARDEN FRESHMEN MARION BROWN FAITH DEDRICH HELEN HASBROUCK MYRA BUNTZ LOUISE CARLISLE MARGUERITE LONAM DOROTHY DEAN HELEN CURTICE HELEN IVIINIER HELEN BLOODHART ELIZABETH GOULD LOLA NEELEX' DOROTHY PETTIS AIARION HALL 308 , 1 HMA..- ,.-.,.. v :fl ll' I A fl I lil V. ,1 irll J L. ,.r 5 i Sh fr-.Ly-L.44ffc29f:..,,f,. W ,l,fl:fj,-411 -l1if4E2i,.ii .,,, Iii fQ,ffiQ, 1. -g- "Lf A V---W -- A----nf'-T---f - ,--Y- -gg - g,-,,,-,, -.,,142,.1L.l War Fil' l "af , W .l- I3 ,ffl N61 X. Mg lg appa appa amma J2 li lf l lx ll lil lsr fl ll ,.1 elf fr l i lr' 1' " if V3 ll, ll i 3 if fel .gl L 1 b ' l 1 ' 5 .fl Clark Buntz Teagarden Gould Dean Foster Folsom Butler Pettis Hall Williams -, pi Becker Sheldon Hasbrouck Riggs Follmer Curtice Lonam Dedrick Russell Stephens L. Leycla sl Bloodhart Minier Burkett ,Carlisle Shinn Mitchell Teel Neeley Brown C.Leyda. McRoberts . ,bl f ll lg fl lb fill? J l f ll ,LQ , ,. V K, lr ' lil ill I" ll 5 li, ll lu Fl 309 A+- of We ssss -,ef R l l, N-..i.,-i-MM-,-,uv ,, ,. , ., ., ,, ,. ,i , 5,9 f4' ---l--1--.f Q- lj 1 1-lv-. uv , ,..-7 sq-.x A.. -.oh ,f s f -. , , - V-Lw'-vxs-if-:R -f ef -an---..-W-- -4 K .5 M . 9 ' m, r-:Q--rr-N ,nys ' 4'1" ,, MRS. E. C. AMES MRS. W. H. BAGNELL NIRS. NI. H. BARNES DR. LAURA BROWN MRS. THOMAS BIRTCH MRS. R. L. DEPUTRON MRS. O. W1 EVERETT MRS. EMERSON MRS. FRED FUNKE TXATISS NETTIE HOLCONIB MRS. HARRY LIAYNIE MRS. W. S. HAMPTON MISS GERTRUDE 'IQINCAIDE 1511 7 . i:.??I' 757 , I.If'1'5iiI"!' ' Jil 'EW S231-If . '1'R HW N tim P J S PI MII V- Q iBi Beta 1913i RESIDENT MEMBERS MRS. W. O. IQING NIRS. H. J. KIRKPATRICK MISS FLORENCE MCGAHEY BCLISS SARA OUTCALT BXIRS. HARRX' PORTER TNLISS GRACE PORTER NIISS LAURA PRATT B-TRS. GEORGE RISSER AIRS. A. XY. RICHARDSON MRS. C. O. ROUSE RQLISS ELLA SCHWAKE NIISS AIYRNA SEDGXVICK BJIISS BTARY SMITH ACTIVE MEMBERS M1155 BAIZAE SPALDING BCIISS ANNE STUART DTISS BFIELINDA STUART NIRS. CHARLES STUART I. A. 'WAITE JULIA XVATSON AIRS. BCIISS NIISS ADA XX-AUC-H NIISS HELEN XXKFAUGH MRS. M. G. XYYER AIRS. STANLEY ZENNER AIRS. TVIRS. JOMER NICNAULTY L. A. LASCH SENIORS DOROTHY CARNS BERNICE HAECRLER JEANETTE PINNEY FLORENCE TAYLOR ' DESS TAYLOR JUNIORS MAE DAXHLSTROM RIELBA QUIGLEY LILLIAN GNAM RUTH QUIGLEH' CONSTANCE LYFORD LOTTIE LTNLAND LENORA 'YOUNG SOPHOMORES MYRTLE BEELER EDNA OLSEN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD KIARIE PETTIT KATHERINE RXIELLOR DIARIE ROWLEY LUCILLE XVILCOX FRESHMEN ANGELETTE BARNES MILDRED BARNEY MILDRED BOWERS ELINORE FOGG GLADYS LIELLVVIG GLADYS HOLLAND NIARGARET GALBRAITH DOROTHY PIERCE 310 FAYE SIMON DIXPHNE STICKEL BERNICE TESSIER ug- ---ii... i Esta ilBbi Hellwig Barney Stickel Dahlstroni lki. Quigley Lyford Gnarn Young Unland Simon Haeckler Pettit Carns Finney Galbraith Holland Crawford Tessier R. Quigley Fogg Barnes D. Taylor Beeler Wilcox Olsen Pierce Bowers Rowley Mellor 311 'fx "'.I F' I I , , W- , . in I. . .f--I-I . I ,L ' ' I ,, VT , . V . .Ahh N., A., 1 V W U- X ,,-, .V fx. ,. ,LTU M V. . WF.,-,xN,.xX, -. I -AAA -:E-f---E: '43A.1 A-ff 1-ff, 'TS-5l'1T5R hmm I l , V, ,-I .- I, I I, ,ax IN I l'H-Q fl . , sp I, --A-AJ 'pl' L-A ' if-iff S '-,-,-!'gQ M LCG '-,I -4, 4 -1: 'W-Q, -AI ' W UV -YH-H,-.,, ,4F AAA . .,,,,-...,. AW. , ,,.. I A--s an I, I III I? L. I I 4 , ' I I F YM AWWV, YL - -A-----' L ' iHfL:IA7' .-,. ,i'f5'2w M55 RII . zinifx 'J ff" 52 Iv X- ff! :I I II: T 5. 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Wh alta Sigma Reita Emerson Blessing Ankes Chapell Peterson lfVeir Pucilik Cundall Zwink' Witham Hinman Albrecht Krajicek D. Donovan Curley C. Chappell Carlson Burton Thompson Ames Haggerty Capel: Smith Johnston R. E. Anderson Chaloupka Thomas Alexander Clark Donovan Andrews Odiorne Scaee Specht Spencer Dorwart C Green . C. E. Anderson Coulter Putney Spanton SENIORS R. E. ANDERSON Y. W. DORWART XV. S. SPANTON VICTOR COULTER S. D. GREEN A. O. SPECHT D. D. DONOVAN F. PURNEY G. L. SPENCER W. B. SCACE JUNIORS W. ALBRECHT VV E. CHAPPELL B. E. KRAJICEK M. BURTON A. B. CHALOUPKA L. NI. PETERSON I. L. BLESSING R. W. DONOVAN R. E XVITHAM C. E. CUNDALL D. S. HTNMAN G. L 'WEIR J. R. CHAPPELL R. P. JOHNSON E. B. ZWINK FRESHMEN D. ALEXANDER H. C. CAPEK R. YV. HAGGERTY JOHN ANKES D. M. CLARK A. CARLSON B. B. AMES A. E. CURLEY G. D. ODTORNE E. C. ANDREWS F. L. EMERSON 'W. E. SMITH J. M. PUCTLIK H. C. THOMAS 32'L DENTAL W bf 7 .450 I X 'F' I rzvixp Xi PM bi Pierson Olson Evans Burgess VVebster Nlarks Cook Harlow Schweser Patterson VVOOds lVIeGregor Hoylman Howard Carr A. Sturdevant Nelson Williams Johnston Klein Lillibridge Robison Totman Stuart Sturclevant Barnum Linch Barry Clopline Gardner lVIarslIall Greusel Neville Kouba Brigham Duntz SFNIORS J. P. BARRY E. R. GARDNER H. B. LINCH R. BRIGHAM P. P. GREUSEL J. B. NJ.ARSHALL L. A. CLOPLINE E. F. KLEIN H. NEVILLE H. C. COOK R F. IKOUBA C. C. ROBINSON E. E. DUNTZ C. C. LILLIBRIDGE R. E. STURDEVANT D. K. STUART C. D. TOTMAN JUNIORS J. R. BENNETT L. N. HARLOW W. E. NIACGREGOR G. W. BURGESS E. G. HOYLMAN A. E. OLSON J. N. CARR F. JOHNSTON A. F. PIERSON J. J. DAVIS E. C. MARX A. B. STURDEVANT H. D. XVEBSTER A. E. WOODS FRESHMEN P. L. EVANS H. A. HOWARD C. A. NELSON H. PATTERSON P. F. WILLIAMS PLEDGES C. W. GRANGER D. J. POPE A. G. THOMAS C. F. MCCUE J. W. PRATT E. G. TUCKER R. D. NIINNICK F. D. RATCLIFF F. A. XVILSON E. E. SWAMBOOM 325 I , r EDUCATIONAL A J 4 B , f l .f f i , M, . . 1 ' Eg L1 QS, LJ ' t r., ,L V V, V'-Ere 462' ' lfi Wlwiaap. ' 1913i alta appa Phi Delta Kappa is a nationaleducational fraternity, organized in IQIO by the amalgamation of several societies in education that had Hourished for several years in the Universities of Columbia, Chicago, Leland Stanford, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota and lVIissouri. All of these societies were organized for the purpose of encouraging research among students of education. Phi Delta Kappa is a fraternity founded upon educational principles and supports the highest academic and professional ideals. Its airns are: To bring about the co-operative endeavor of a body of men for the promotion of education as a profession. To lead to a wholesome inter-action between theoretical and practical education. To foster a fraternal spirit between departments of education that may en- courage the training of men for leadership. To inspire social efficiency through reaction to the problems of applied edu- cation as brought about by the various agencies concerned with the promotion of skilful service in the schools of the state. The Nebraska chapter of Phi Delta Kappa with a present membership of twenty-three men was organized june 12, IQI4, supplementing the list of chapters existing in nearly all the great seats of learning in America. 326 ,..., nf' I I MUSICAL Sigma Qlpba Eiuta Diller Pilcher Deyo Seacord F. Anderson Allen lklisko E. Anderson Olson Leach Conant Emerson McKay Taylor Armstrong Lichenstiger Bagnell Linstrum Luce Pierson Fincher Q 327 - , . 1.,Tg:g:h?,f.-L,i-Y, fi gf-fiery v,V,f,, K Y V1 full Y 'jfluffl ', Y V X CHEMISTRY Qlpba Qibi Qigma Power Chittick Burnett Schlesinger Ingersoll Almy Hnffman Greenstone Bennett lVright lVertz Dow Tanner Stockman LCWIS Calvin Upson Dales Borrowman Frankforter Lynch l 328 COMMERCIAL Zllpba kappa si Theisen Nelson Hinds Nlusselman Buckley Townsend Clark Tenhaeff Babson Rushton Anderson Nliller Harvey Pascale Hagelin Brundage Koupal Saunders Althouse 329 AGRI CULTURE l Qlpba Zeta Townsend Vose Wfatson Newswanger Ingersoll Stewart Anderson Sjogren Duncan Nlagnusen Houser Fairbanks B'leReynolds O. Sjogren Bdickel Partridge Holland jones Rist Skinner 330 HOME ECONOMICS Q9micrun 5.0211 Hollister Johnson Beal Scriven Schofleld Loomis Foler Davis Kjelson Van Kirk Bowker Brown Bowden Nlatheny ' Krause 1 Clark Ellison Jenkins 331 LAW 1913i ZBBIU1 fbi Campbell Reese Ellis Riddell LeBas Sturges Spencer Gardner Krebs Irwin hlorris Spier Polk Raecke VVithrow Schwab Flaherty Delzell Lanerty Carr Lahr Nelson liinsinger Lane Chatt Zumwinkle Ganz Caley Nloehnert Emley Loomis Israel Brlttian Halligan Prof. Foster Prof. Robbins Dean Hastings Prof. WVilson Smith Chambers Schmidt Net Shown, Harney 332 LAW bi Zllpba Balm i A Loder Fouts Peard Poteet Hess Hewitt Pascale Whitcomb Jones Line Baehr Hickman Graif Epperson Agor TouVel1e Prof. Pope Jacobson Balis Burritt Kratz 333 PUBLIC SPEAKING 1513i Zllpba Eau Hare Perrin Kiddoo Agor XVaring Carr Swenson Zimmerman Polk Hewitt Ganz Schwab Eppc-:rson Covert Hess Chambers Clark Smith Proudfit 334 ,iq . i 'JZT1 iii ,ii HY- 'iii ,1.. fi 'Alf ii. RQ' 2 A N .x if fl in x.- ,g x 9. iii .:'zV V-, 1 I . ,-,JU 51515 ,Q ii? ryli' 3,1 ali. iii-1 i. ii' I 1 Qi .14 . V Q . i 'ij iii? E A in SQ , ,, I fi mg fi ri 'Q y , .Y,,.,i-..-l.. ...-...v. :,, Y PHARMACEUTICAL Sz E W ff QnAf'.f- N ff QL .Qx, e fi f" 952' an ..'J's.f..:? -' ?'1fQ,rraw? 1913i alta Qibi Prgrvitz Schaufelberger Creutz Pre:-:ton Samuelson Harmon Bone Lesh Wiest Pickering Hansen Arner James Browne , Lewxs Borrowman Lyman Avery Dales Perusse Frankforter 335 ' :: ,.f-'s-.- W- 'J A, ,. ,y , , MQW, 4, JOURNALISM Sigma alta hi Haggart Bryson Beede Burr Doyle Metcalfe Wenstrand Look Harkson Scott Baehr Graul Grimes Schwab Epperson Spencer Prof. Fogg Poteet Koupal Chace 336 -W J "7 H U ci s, A, V vrlijf hui in -QA A K 'ff lui Will? mgwaffq ,-X Q ,', 11:-c J! u Nw H Fi nf W V1 ,,, . gh L1 E-I1 Rl ii! ' iii .3 J W 1 fl' U 'flf c 2 32? fjf W .Y Z4 Hifi M :rj it ' V 113 ,Hr Q,-1 fu :J 31 'fi U 541 "I L.-D , ' 0' :Til fi JL? G QF Pei! c I ful M l fm, L1 .591 :ni I Lx? 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Holtz Edwards Blunk George Spieth Norris Fowler Lesehensky Hancock Pierce Holtz Sjogren Kadlecek Galloway Hall Hoffman Ferguson Dean Bridgeman Hollister Riddervold Chatburn A an ii l ggi Ngiffi al wh, 11 ili- ly. i WE! ffl-fa' .545 'la ll is il ls ill 3, li 1? 14 -E ill -'fi' ei if X, A if .1 1 ill -' V il? i :F Fi li , U1 r-F' - Il '-5 ill fi, ng i 'ii 4 -A IN, if' 1 M Sl I i 4 lm . I 3 ri l , v 1 iw il l . M 'l 2 i 1 'il ii Q-QQ fi, U fl ii is 3 -i .ii i f , ,i 'ri .ii 1 Eff if Va Eli G l 1' ii, iii E 53 i 338 W 6 vrx' 1 .,!: V5kT?, X 1- 5. 7,3-ilnij VII- gr .' li'L,-.Q',TLTTTTfi-fiiliiiil,1 - ....l. . . -.- - W N at XVI' or N--A .x U , I, if Q, f V 1 ,.,-ff. - mr?-, g-rvrq Au-WH W Y . V, L -X.,,.. kv ,, . x:xMAmJl7J,,, JU, fl- 3 , xvpi. , -, . ,-x E V , M , I ,K , , W Srvh- - J- W--W i -A ,-,. ..Y, -YLEEN Y H, W ,, G- -3, irq' ,M , 1 M: gg - , -.,x--V.,-.-,-T--,-.W , ,-Lx, mzzsno L5 L 1 NV -'FK Q- .. ' ' llll lx W xt! 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YOUNG 19' 1 1 Q 11, 112 fl ll'-1 ll ij lui 1 1 111 ,'.., 1 340 11!11l1 ,-L,.L. LL., . , Q11 lil -Lv 1, ..-.A...,.. .1-,. .,..Y., Y- -.A 11 . . . .. 4 1 1 YK . l . --.L '- X W k i' if 11 1 1 ' .. . . .. . ,-,.,,....,11 1 1 ..x1.,1-1 1 1 -- --Hy. -, ..1.- wJQ1 1 ---fn 1 1 11 1 1-, 1 4- -,1 SSW ? 521 .Im f 'G ' . A ' 1 ff' ' ' 4.1.1 " v 4 dis? N:'L"'f ':'!"y5f' 'lr' 111: '1 rzf-1:ifT'-'T-'f'f' "'- 1 1"-1: VL: 'L Ti? 44 ll V 1 l1'lfwA.f- .X rj L 1. -' Mft. YA, I allamans Qilxiiik F'-T11 Q 1- 1' 1. l1 la 111 Q1 I 1 ,1 .lf l. 1 ll I' ll 11' lil 1.141 l ll "F lf, 41' . ll ly 1 lf 1 fl fl lil :li 1' . 19 1 lf 1 11 11 1" lil lg lljl Ackley Sutherland Pier Samuelson Cornell L, Upson Campbell Erickson E. Calclvvell . Shcrer Caldwell Dr1ftme1er Beach A. Upson Richards M1ller Sunmons G1ll6Sp1C lf l.. .1 lll 1.1 11 1-l gi 1131 WOMEN '11 Eil L1 ' 1 TH ALBERTA ACKLEY lXflARION GILLESPIE fl MABETH BEACH GRACE MCCONNELL .l '21 GOLDA CANADAY GLADYS NIILLER Q 'jf EVELYN CALDWELL HELEN MILI,ER 11 FRANCES CALDWELL BERTHA PIER l lf ESTHER CAMPBELL VIDA RECKMEYER i EDLA COLLINS BLANCHE RICHARDS , ,1 1 ll HELEN CORNELL NAXNNIE SAMUELSON ll MAGDALENE CRAFT GENEVA SEEGER ly AMY DICKENSON GRACE SHERER 1 iff, 11 11 HESTER DICKENSON FERN SIMMONS 1. BERTHA DRIF'FMEIER FREDA STUFF 171 jg ll FLORENCE DUNN RACHEL SUTHERLAND ll EVA ERICKSON ADELAIDE UPSON JESSIE GRAVES LOUISE UPSON 1. ll ll Y1 E-l 1-1 li .1 111 fi il li ll 114 E.: H 13 .IE rl gill! 6, E. . 'fi-'Z' 5 I 1 I 341 .1 ff 1 1 2 L. I L-- A .l - Gininn The University Union Society was established in 1876 and has been an active organization in the University ever since that time. Meetings are held once every week in Union Hall of the Temple. The purpose of University Union is to promote the intellectual and social development of its members thru' association and fellowship and to make for a greater and better Nebraska by fostering the spirit of democracy. MEMBERSHIP RGLL .Men 1916 Jesse Browne George Berquist Herbert Edwards Earl Forbes Cloy Hobson Chas. Frey James G allc way Max Bixby Grant Bloodgood Harry Bloomstrand Gwynne Fowler Clarence Hart Alice Anderson Irma Coe Bertie Hoag Grace Huntley Ura Ellison Marie Gale Ethel Kittinger Dorothy Adamson Harriet Anderson Curtis Lyda Kirk Miller Henning Nelson George Cdgers 1917 lVayne Hanlen Oscar Oleson IQI8 Verne Catterson Alfred Hinze Clarence Nelson 1919 Joseph lhm Bert Jennings W' 0111611 IQI6 Glenn James Esther Leamer Hazel McCartney Ethel Rathkey Alva Read 1917 Olive Lehmer Anna Luckey IQI8 Jessie Baum Dorothy Rhodes Edwin Partridge Chas. Paul Donald Showalter Lewis Townsend Fred Weinard Arthur Tell Guy Thatcher Wlalter Roberts John Wfilburn Taylor Lewis Vaughn Russom Earl Starboard Doris Slater Clella Stufft Bessie Townsend Alta Wells Mildred Weseen Florence Wirt Lillian Wirt Helen Thompson Vera Wfarner J osefa Seeley 1919 Ruth Thistlethwait Special Gwendolyn Drayton, Sp. Margaret Thompson Faculty Geo: E. Howard, '76 Margaret Hannah, '14 Jessie Glass, '09 Louise Pound, '92 H. B. Alexander, '97 J. L. Thomas, '09 Laurence Bremer, '97 H. H. Wilson, '78 Alexander Wuertz, '15 J- S- 139163, 76 J. E. Almy, '96 Laura Pfeiffer, '97 Howard Gramlich, '11 342 F Qf fl fhjmg 45 fd'F:5fl'Q xv -of 5+---4:-2-:U 111-ffl, , --f- Y-2.i--,M ---- 1-L , Y- WJ.. W-1--.--k--W, iE,,-ganna... Q' . ,, ,,.,j:q"?.Q 'V ,.- "" wif' .' off' , V gm. ffv, fig S' T- Tl -ij 7 .715 "q . " , ,-. ., - '- "".f--Li.-wg 1 1 xzbf ' , 1 f - A ,J wi-. H :TIN I -J'-u f-if M2 ' Q. ,li ,JS Q3 Qin ,J Ji fag? il 3' ' . 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U.N.S.C.E. - .Member Board of Control TI-IE ENGINEERING SGCIETY In its present form of organization, the Engineering Society is a federation of the various department societies, The Student Branch of the American In- 53 stitute of Electrical Engineers, The American Society of Eiechanical Engineers, The American Society of Agricultural Engineers, and The University of Nebraska Society of Civil Engineers. The members of these various department societies, ' automatically become members of the Engineering Society. It is through the Engineering Society that the activities of the Engineering College outside of the classroom Work are carried on. 5 Q, , , 344 . 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F , , 'QF F el F UH, 1 1' ,f'QL all ir i' 'W 'vs'-i-"4-Afvv l lu EF will lflvbgll 'lflk' .mx In Lil L...',.J ly 47 ,i fl i 9 50 We 0 lr' 1, 5' E", ,g EJ' lil Hr Ll X l I ll ,tl '31 M' l ll' ll rgli l ,I ,N -5 1'l fl el ll 'l 4 ll ri ' ll 'Q 1 wi -ll ,i l Fowler Frost Hlava Ryan Fulton Decou McCullough Greer lVright 'Url Lyne Whitfield Starr Towne Krause Blunk Glasser Reeves 1 , Adler Kadlecek Paustian Norris Morton Bossard 'nb Garrison Hurliss Henninger Ferguson Hall Ackerman Madsen I L l f"r Va rl l X r 1- X g :ll 1 all E ii ll all , H Q l 5 1 ll lu, E2 til Q' Qi in ll 1 iz, y Q!! 346 1 1 in .Q-' ,,,, W., ,,,.l..-f,y Zmmmglgz-.o2o,..::m-im4 . .7.. 3 ,. , -- - , . , , , . -H - -'--.-T.-r--:N --'f..T.7fX'f ' .- ,.- .-,T K,-.i"."i" :, ' f- A N " ,Lf E ,---.X f- ' 2151! nl lf -19 ff J' Y' ' . " -' Y. X V V " " " i'gLX-"- l I Y .,. , '-l ill l. F1 el, , ,I xl v Y: +6 nl ?3'Q.i',2l f-j,,lQ-o, o , l . 1 'K---'N C' f F41TT-WW--Z,.fg?Zh 1g-fsff Ag X il-,Q ,'??',ll f f 1 gl gl Qllmll nglnmzrs fl tall lj Wil o - ln! ,. WI '11 ll V Ill f l ill li ll 1' , ill 'E li' l ll in lf il- I l rl ll ml Nlaruyanma Markham Ketcham Raver 9 Walrod Lorenzo Borchert Glaser Berquist ly Iv Weatherbee Collins Bridgeman Nelson Riddervold Wagner Stubbs if ll li li , 4-J l, all l Lg S? ll gl lil llll l l, li 1? 1,r .WI lb 5 W 5 347 ll.. o -,.. .. . 7 ,. Y ,Y..,Vf.-ZW?-1 . 7 l 7 l A ll ,, il mul ' 'l my 5 . i. l A 4 r.. 1 1 v 753 wi. 1 . e. mfr gf G li ,ll 1' f .7 all ' ' Lrg N' ' 'C TE, t --X M gn Q 9 lil Tfinyl wl? l lil l 5,4 ill lil l ll Els l . U 5 .if lf I Z if 7 ,. l ill T is L Leschinsky George Spalding Cook Kurth , 13 Clark Bourke Holtz Edwards Powell Gentry l 1 Smith P. H. Dempster Smith, I. F. Spieth Lohman ml I , Anderson Chapin Prof. Dean Westling Prof. Bunting Saxon Galloway L g l l iv OFFICERS gl . l ' XVESTLING, L. L. ---- - Clmirman HOFFMAN, Prof. J. D. - Hon. Chairman , I SAXON, R. B. - - Secremry CHAPIN, VV. C. T1'mm1'e1' flu i A 2 rig ROLL W l H l Q' LESCHINSKY FREDERICK EDVVARDS, H. C. tl l 3 QQ Homz, H. F. BAKER, 1. C. 1!ri VVESTLING, L. L. KURTH, H. R. lljl POWELL, O. A. DEMPSTER, C. B. " 13.5 GILLESPIE, R. B. SMITH, P, H. SPALDING, C. S. ANDRESEN, E. lily. SHARP L. L. SMITH, I, F, CHAPIN, C. YV. GENTRY, H, E, .g1lg'. .L CooK, E. H. SMITH, H. N. GALLOWAY, J. VV. FRANCE, C. VV. fl. LOHMAN C. V. CLUTCHFIELD, MAX SPIETH, B. S. STOKKE, D. E. CLARK, Nl. F. JONES, YV, C, M, SAXON, R. B. NIONFORT, VV. F. ORR, LESLIE HEMPEL, M. 5:1 lll 348 ,W 'l ti ::7.7Ty,x:, -7,1-1---f "M" "TS" ' 'my 'I' g"AJT'-T-T'Ti 'TY' V' I ffii 'riiiggigg ww, , rf., 77,0 V Y ,MH ,, , . 1 . gr I ll i i ll Wifi in gt U lr" if i :ga-.. -J F iii fl! in wi l nl I i 'a li itll- li li' i ii li li. ' l v .il ,. tl .I 'l l I 1.1 m i I . 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HLAVA Miss HRBKOVA - - Advisor - - Miss I-IRBKOVA The Komensky Club was organizedin November, I9o3,by eleven Bohemian stud- ents. This constituted what became the Federation of Komensky Clubs of America. Today there are thirty chapters with a membership of IZOO. Some of the Univer- sity Chapters are located at Columbia, Northwestern, Nebraska, Minnesota, Illinois, Texas, Iowa, Ames, and Leland Stanford. The purpose of this club is to aid in the organization of Chapters in all parts of the United States especially at the prominent colleges and universities Where a number of Bohemians attend, so that they might become better acquainted with the Bohemian language and literature and create a greater interest for a higher education among the Bchemians of their respective states. 349 ,Q Y X47 ..Y N. V ' -- -, L . .X Y, Y fi E' FW pr If 4 el ,ga v .4 i :Wi .Iii -1 V lil i , -4,-5:2-. :,-- ,"g : r' ' E "" ' I l-fffi illiegner W 'xihli ' A .e'l1.ll'l il 'l gi ,Ll lil li li 'gl ll lj l 'Al ii ig l ffl 5' i" il e J ii Ilia ii lil Tl' ' -5 Bloomstrand Anderson Anderson Nelson Alexis Nordstrom Jensen Kjelson Odman Weseen Hagelin ll Hagelin Anderson Flourine Erickson Alexis Anderson 'Winstrom Berquist Lynn Johnson hflagnuson Samuelson Sjogren Kjelson Cull ' - , ll Y 'i . gi ' OFFICERS J. W. SJOCREN - - Preridm! - - NANNIE SAMUELSON ilgil ALICE KJELSON - - Vice-pref. A. R. SWENSON illil OSCAR ALEXIS - - Secretary - CARL OLSON , ,lj W. C. CULL - Trfafurer - YV. C. CULL fllfi A. R. SWENSON - - Cor. Sec. - H. P. NIAGNUSON Vg! 3 V v ! ll FACULTY ji", ALEXIS, JOSEPH E. A. NIUNSON, GRACE T lg ENGBERG, CARL C. NELSON, JEANETTE C. helix SJOGREN, OSCAR WV. vl I Q MEMBERSHIP fl Alexis, Tekla Johnson, hlargaret Alexis, Joseph E.A. Jensen, Fred fi if Anderson, Edith Johnson, Ruth Alexis, Oscar E. Lynn, Carl VV. ,ll Anderson, Esther Kjelson, Alice Anderson, Alfred hiagnuson, Harry P. 5 " Berquist, Ida Kjelson, Astred Anderson, Arthur Nelson, Oscar ,Q ' 4, Coll-ins, Edla Nlunson, Grace Berquist, George Nordstrom, Elvin gig Christensen, Emma Nelson, Jeanette Bloornstrand, Harry Oleson, Oscar j, lj Edgren, Verna Odman, Marjorie Boberg, Arthur Olson, Carl li Erickson, Eva Oleson, Anna Christensen, E. Sjogren, W. il ,ll Halland, Marie Samuelson, Nannie Cull, WV. Clinton Sjogren, O. W. Hanson, Christine Sohlberg, Helen Engberg, Carl C. Swenson, Axel Hult, Efhe i Thompson, Mabel Flourine, C. Winstrorn, Harry M Johnson, Elvira Toren, Esther Hagelin, Clarence Wright, Harry 15 Johnson, Lulu Weseen, Mildred Hagelin, Paul is I fl A fii 350 Q: gl . .i-'ft.4t.-..- 'il 5555 M - '-e- I-if ' 1' , ,ji -Q -' ' is i 'g4:1g:g1,. -QE:'....'Ll,,lw, ' QA 'Hgfnng , A -"ye-4, " 'TlTTiTTi"'Li'9fj . 23515 R :iffy l l 45? 4 gf c Al. +5 iii-A5 x l,,, 'A' -, :--1? 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FM Nl if M VI vl all 1 V U l ! 141' H ii I rf f. ii VH 3-I IIN wifi ,v . 1, QIGR9 'fl if lg' 1 V- , lr--Y,,, W w 1 WN , Qtuhent Pastors Pope Leland VVorth1ey THE UNIVERSITY PASTORS REV. DEAN R. LELAND - - Prefbyteriavz REV. C. J. POPE - Baptist REV. E. A. WORTHLEY - Mezhodiyz 353 19. jill. QE. Q. Qiahinet Stone Anderson Holtz Swenson Grimes Gordon Babson Pier Ketcha Hall Urbach Bowman Everts Holcombe Austin Cast BOARD OP DIRECTORS PROF. J. D. HOFFMAN PROF. A. A. REED PROF. E. L. HINBIAN DEAN C. C. ENGBERG DR. R. A. LYMAN DR. B. L. PAINE L. C. GBERLIES C. PETRUS PETERSON REV. H. R. CHAPMAN OFFICERS GLENN S. EVERTS, Preyiclevir S. R. PIER, Vice Preficleiiz YV. F. URBACH, Secretary EMPLOYED FORCE L. L. IVIURPHY, Ojice Alffiftcmt S. R. PIER, Affociczfe SZC7'6'l6l7'iV GLENN S. EVERTS, Acting General Secrelary CHAI RMEN OF COMMITTEES G. O. CAST. Me1iibe1'fhip GEORGE E. GRIMES, Publicity and Publicatioiiy VERNE AUSTIN, Religioiu E. D. KIDDOO, .Minion Study E. E. STONE, Church C0-opercziioii H. P. NI. HALL, Ilifiiziftry Recruiliiig O. B. ANDERSON, Affii. Secrezaeyfliip H. G. HEEVVITT, New Studevzty D. H. BOWMAN, Social E. WV. LUNDEEN, Roomx PAUL BABSON, Gofpel Teamf EARL K.ETCHAM, Boy? Cliibf W. F. URBACH, Social Service C. S. HOLCOMBE, Bible Study AXEL SWENSON, Eyre! Park NIARTIN CHITTICK, Uviiverfizy Night ' L. A. GORDON, Miffioiif, Recriiiziiig 354 HJ! ' 1 P n,, 9 '4 , .H 4 5 . r 1 v 1 , L, , .Q 1 P w I F- .f1- - v'-""'H -"' g" 'y f f -- , , , .WY x, ,.i4.,g , , 1 1 Y . E. QE. Q. Qllahimzt Lord Cusack Kastle Lyford Humpe Froyd Yungblut - Slater Cobb Peery McCartney Brownell Ogden Nlills Dickenson Finney Wyman Coe Haller 355 1, ',,.,.,....,..v-Y-Y- A 2 'e" 34' 24f51!f? if NW' M Qqljff we Q !'fLIw'f'l3 51 fe a 'L 13 EASE '05 if 53 in E4 sg lei we if H il W ,'QiV rw M Ei in UE P! x Y U Elf ., if ,i ngg w. 1 PM iw. ng I9 lei wb' V f' gl' ual fl Tn H ,G M ni wi lf? ,1 ,li l Ls: v 2,5 Q Vai 4 '. li : fi i in rf' me W Ii F5 T4 wx 5- LA! n, n W 'J Lal 21+ 1' ' wa-N Vi . Y.. , ,L , , ,,,, ,,-?--...,,.- ,,., Y . . .. -...W - W- ---W ---- , ,Y -X, ,- Y I..-.----au.. .N -C. H ,- fs. f. . . W., ,. rs :A .A,,-fff,-iz," ,gafarm 351+ mf -,l' 'I .M , I I X -. - . I, Va , I .y. .xi I - l ' I .w ' I :f I I 1 I w I 3,1-, :gtg ,t..f:rfe1g3f.E5a'f.Ninn A5 .11 I-5-7 K, gr I i .Ll -ily I-Qjlf :J Qi L 'gllfiiv P "gf fd - --if-337-.+f4-ff - -f -0- -f-3 -gifzzlz , Jil: '1""'J ' 5"s"? iw. ' I Q hi btubent iihnlunteers gliiii ll C".Q,"! If All ll' if I ff 14 Il ,I if. ti I N I f I . - lx I -il lg Til H 'I li ix lil V1 1 ll-1 .I .il lu 5: . . I 1 j. V7 1, lj. W'atson Starboard Urbach Hoffman Nlrs. Pier Christensen Fouts J E '. Pier Seecl: Gordon BleCartney Campbell gg I I li: I l Ill l ' The University Student Volunteer Band is only a small unit of a great World movement among the students of the Colleges and Universities of North America if 1 and Europe. In 1886 the organization of the students of the United States and Mild Canada had its origin in a student conference at Northfield, Nlassachusetts and yQ.lll..I it now exists in nearly all the leading Universities and Colleges of North America. ggi The purpose of this organization is to furnish the mission boards of the United p.,, jlhjf States and Canada with a supply of capable volunteers suflicient to meet the levi demand of the foreign Work. Since the movement has been organized more than 6,0oO student volunteers il have taken up active service in the mission field. Thirty-five graduates of the University of Nebraska are now spending their lives in foreign Work. li, ill ll! '1 MEMBERS I., H. R. CAMPBELL AIRS. BERTHE PIER DORcAs CHRISTENSEN STANHOPE PIER li' G E ' lil ll L LENN VERTS lXfIARoARET SEECR ti PAUL FOUTS DORIS SLATER LIvINcsrONE GORDON E. D. STARBOARD sig CHARLES C. HOFFMAN LOUISE A. UPSON BLANCHE MCCARTNEY VVILLIAM P. URBACH lg GEORGE A. ODGERS EssE B. XVATSON ll . zz MILDRED I. XVESEEN ,Q ill il L 356 W il ig l , , . -ta Wd il ll I P-fig I ' NW P' 'P iigkl vi i 1, y .A,A. .. W-- -Al f-kai-'F'H' -- -'-ff f-- - --T' " 4 .ff L J W 123311 Aifgfyijit-, 'fi ffipy ,ffl I- 1 i 1, ,f,z2:fif1f-1- llwr 1 ' 'N' A if "'7rf'Z7--"fi i-V--lf'iftL31i 'EQQEQELQ 5 A Ti- i"n Q- ll llfff V l' . fr Ill' K 112 EAW: ly , ff,-X lffry ff!!! X'-' 1 fm. ll--gal' H Q E lA w 1 at ri rf nj A A A A A lull' :J 5- 1 31 W A FQ! 4 as ' A l ll, iA,! ffl? 'A 1 -'," I A AI: ,lf-If . ,, V I V :QV , i-1? U1 J 3521 Q55 r 1 J ill' ' ill l, I? 'sw A A if 37' !f 1 ,.., A , .,, AA A ' if 1 1 ' li 1 -A ' R I if ffl. I'v'- Z ,J V 1 l ggi Q ,' li 4 f F - 4 li -f V 1 ws: Alq- '- wr?" Aj-'aaa -fifirfff? l ll 'i 5 -' it ll A 'A 1' 15" Ni.. ' D is Every summer some three hundred college men from the Rocky mountain and T4 1. . . ll neighboring states gather for the Y.M.C.A. conference at Estes Park, Colorado. gf To the Nebraska men who have attended the conference 1n the past the ten days gj 'gl spent at Estes Park have been an inspiration. Situated in the heart of the Rockies, lfl W with snow capped mountains on three sides, reached by an auto trail following hx the big Thompson for thirty miles along its picturesque canyon, the Park is one of lil the beauty spots of America. Because of its Wonderful natural scenery and be- cause of the inspiration gained from the contact with students of the colleges all FQ' over the West and with Y.lVI.C.A. leaders of world-Wide reputation, Estes Park has come to represent for thousands of college men the most delightful experience V "A of their college career. 1, l L, l -l ir el H L.. bi P3 li Tl it Fl 357 i'1 ,, 7-Lfiv-,.l:ri.le1-.'s':L:1egie1e.eT":7 msgs my :gf ,A - ,V 5, 7 '--W H 1 ,L-i V . Yirlfg ,Y A4 , A,, -V .L A.- -f--" li'---gi 1 H- A hemistrp lub llln 5 i it ' l 1 2 1 i i li V 1 1 E ' L i li if l L fl U ll L Y ll l- , lr li i Qi wl l 4 N fs , ' ,1 , N l l l , l Bloomstrand Arenson Greenstone Rlackey Samuelson , ' F Lesh Lee Power Coulson Howe Creutz Wveaver Schaufelberger l 5 Burnett Wright Chittick Ingersoll Almy Lewis Batty lf ' Mapes Dow l7Vuertz Nlagnuson Bennett Tanner Huffman 1 3 l 1. 1 Bunting Lynch Gish Fossler Taylor Schlesinger Stockman , lr L li L i l + 1 Q: 3 1' , rx 1 5 . L 1 ' l Q lr, 2 E l ' ' if i l ll L 1 l i Il lf 358 Bairp Ciluh Thompson Anderson Vasey Sheldon Snyder Vose Shepard McKelvie Colman North VVoOdard Frandsen hiaxwell Thorson DAIRY CLUB MEMBERS WM. E. ANDERSON C. R. SNYDER L. O. VOSE H. R. CAMPBELL R. N. HOUSER A. C. NORTH J. B. SHEPERD E. G. MAXWELL E. VV. KUHN C. C. VASEY L. F. LINDGREEN E. G. XVOODVVARD I. H. FRANDSEN P. L. SHELDON O. H. FISHBACK ,T. B. IWCKELVIE E. F. COOK TIIEO. THORSEN SID PIERCE WM. RUDERSDORF T. L. HYDE B. N. THOMPSON H. COLMAN OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Prefidem - - - C. R. SNYDER Vzre Prefidem, WM. RUDERSDORF Sefrftary Eff Treafurfr, - L. O. VOSE Chairman of program Commizftfe C. C. VASEY OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER P1'e.fir:7erzt - - - C. C. VASEY Vice Prfriderzt - R. N. HOUSER Secretary E5 Treafurn, B.RfLCKELVI E Chairman of program Committee J. B. SHEPERD ,it-V -rf. .- ,fm we qw we 5, .fs--e,..' 'A-3.-Law-Pvt. eif- ga, '-l i! , f, - ' ' w v- 1 "N--, f.- . .K-V ,, ,., v ,L A-,-ir Ag asf g,,x .U ,H L., . iw-.M lr ll. -.L 1' l TV' , ' 'Vail 1 vi1:i'l:?iA"'x' i . 1' 1' W7 ' gg ca' ,Lx-5-' ' ey" : ?'L!"fil'nf" i'.,l- fi .ii ry:-1 . r 44 N ' 'f-' A lllf 'fLfTl7T1T"Tf,'j'f'fLi'v' '. ' Il flf'IL2l1TQl,'11f V gfi, H ,AETWQ f ' ,ll .ff-,lx gl, NYM 'f J. . ,l -l - i xl I4 ll '. ' ll ,til lssilwl l f l ilkiiilaill , QV, -kxfcl ilaume nnnumlns lu jjai . if LJ!! all A iilfiflll ll ll :il ll M! il il l EW ll? lx il' l .lg fig, l ls ll 1i all Q! .QQ 1 lil I L: a .aa .+L 5 ill Q, hloore Ellison Baher Rush I-lughs l VVickett Judy Youngson Gale lVlcReynolds Anderson Hollister 'l -1 ,. ,v Bowden Webber Drollinger Krause Taylor Estes Roberts Beal I 5 Ord Thompson Krejci Provaznik Peters Curley Leamer Johnson 'l xi li ..i 1. Wil? 11. '5 55. 1 fin .51 The Home Economics club is composed of girls taking Work in that depart- ment, Its aims are both social and intellectual and although but recently organized if . . Y the results are extremely encouraging. Mieetings are held one evening each fn month at which a talk is given along the lines of health, food, clothing, and so forth, by some one Who has been particularly successful in his profession. After 1 f 'eg the address music and a get-acquainted time follow. The Home Economics l Club is very broad in its scope of Work, co-operating with several local and national , organizations in trying to put before the less fortunate people some of the funda- 1 mental principles of right living. , ' Q EEN . W .. i t if :iw hh' H T l l 1 . A , 1 E91 rl al 360 If in W if W -.......-... 'A' "jr 'E , f','.-fljirjyxz 'j:',Zh': 'ccskqbg' fun IM""" .-a!':4q'.5iEg,'J'd4:ig9' 1 gator' A -inliv.,-:fr A , ,' -.- Y- . " -cr' f wil: l Jlaume Qhunumirs Liebers lVIills A. Ziska Bailey Delano Murphy McReynolds Bonecamper NI. Fleming L Fleming Schertz Odman H. Ziska Richert Carter jack hlatheny Tully Richmond Seegar Dickinson Ahncock Hoese Loomis Scriven lWcKenna VanSant Myrtle Aker Marie Applemane Blanche Butler Leah Bovvker Mabel Anderson Helen Ayers Emma Barnes Eugenia Brennan Dorothy Carns Goldia Canaday Sarah Canfield Hazel Clark Lucille Coates Geneva Chesley Neel Clark Mary Caufman Ethel Coffman Harriet Day Dorothy Dean Marguerite Dye Ruth Enyeart Alma Fritchohi Bert Fox Ruth Orbes ' ' "" 'Y -'17 MMM MEMBERS NOT SHOWN Pansy Follmer Bernice Golden Blanche Graham Nlyra Heine lVlary Haller Nellie Hyde Helen Humpe Mary Hedrick Kate Helzer lda Johnson lVIargaret Jones Pearl Jester Amy Koupal Marguerite Lewis Olive Longhridge Valentine Minford Nlildred Montgomery Nellie Morris Gertrude Neff Helen Possner Mary Parker Vida Reckmeyer lvlarion Roberts Edna Rohrs 361 JOY Riggs Katherine Sturdevant Leah Scholield Florence Sandy Margaret Sherwin Florence Shoenleber Aural Scott Gertrude Stewart Kathryn Stanley Dess Taylor May Wlilson Lydia Weaver Genevieve Weesner Julia 'Warren Pearl Wolford Janet VVheeler Hazel YVharton Beulah Wagner Florence Wright lVliss Davis Miss Van Kirk Nliss 'Warner Bliss Olsen Nliss Fedde ' ' 11 - Eeulnginal bucinztp Beck Nlorey .Nustin Hummel Petree VVallace lVhyman Richmond Dally Tinkcom Day Sturm Noble Canield Happolcl Garrett Bates Whitford Sclrramm Prof. Barbour Prof. Ellis Burnett Goodman Not Shown K. KIMBALL R. SCHUTT B. O,BRIAN 362 rf: -331 , . ' AW-E .,. W . .. . -. -Y ..- H: -wr 4 w Q , 1 5 nmus Iuh Butter Hurless Vankirk Sides Petring I Peterson Busboom Root Shutt Brown Pextou Frey E. L. Liebendorfer Jones GiH'er1 Posson Beck Abbott Davis Edwards Prusa Nloates Teel G. F. Liebendorfer Paul Partridge Fouts Not Shown H. E. GRIBBLE D. R. REINHART L. F. PATHE ' WM. TRENCHARD G W. BURGESS H. B. OLSON A. O. SPECHT K. NIILLER 6 364 ,...........,.,...,,.., .AN 1. - ,,.,.L1g.,A ,:, 1 1 ,, . ' .ew ,. 1 -111. - , 1 1 . , .15 - . .. .-,,.- M.,,,.me,m,.-,i,,,kNv,e.... L V ,V W J . , A .. , pl., ,.......... ,.,, . .. .. ' 4 z f' -- ff eww- ...J ,--. ' 1 ,, Y-, Y... . . -. J 1-ff- . 1 - Cliatbnlit Stuhents TOP ROW-Donegon, Ihm, lXfIcMahon, Hurless, Sullivan, Costello, hicShane. SECOND Row-Gross, Moore, Murphy, Murphy, Bauman, Shea, Brooks, Bigelow. THIRD ROW-Brooks, Sougey, Shea, Beck, Sougey, Helms, Nfurphy, Doyle, Doyle. EOURT1-1 Row-Schulte, McMahon, Nosky, McKenna, Svodoba, Sheehan, Mulvihil, Doyle. BOTTOM Row-Beck, Olheiser, Clare, hfurphy, Sackett, Rev. P. L. O'Loughlin,Flaherty,Carr, Keefe, Golden. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER P. L. CYLOUGHLIN, D.D., Ph.D. - - - - - Modfraior LEO MCSH,ANE - - Preridmf EMILY BRIAN - Vice-President CLARA SCHULTE - - Secretary HENRY PASCALE - - Treafurer THEODA FOX - Cor1'r.fpo1zcZi1zg .Editor SECOND SEMESTER P. L. O'LoUcHL1N, D.D., Ph.D. - - - - - .Modemzor JOSEPH FLAHERTY - - Prefident THEODA Fox - - Vice-Prefidmz EMMA SACKETT - - Secretary L. L. NILTRPHY - - Treczfurev' The Catholic Student,s Club of the University of Nebraska has had the most successful year since its organization in 1907. The Club is for religious and social purposes. Among the new features introduced this year were the Bible Lectures given by Rev. P. L. O'Loughlin the second Sunday evening of each month, and a group of playlets presented by members of the Club. On account of the enthusiasm shown over the playlets, it is predicted that they will be made an annual event. A banquet was given to the Notre Dame football team when they played Nebraska. This was exceptionally Well attended. At the Sunday afternoon meetings there is generally a short program consisting of readings or a few musical numbers. 365 4 H WYE: -T" 15? ' 'r'?'fA'!"11 ir" 'J"'? 7 ' iff ii Vg-I iii: If gf A ff, ' . rf -' A ' N -'ifiiirii' ' 4' el -, , ' - , 1 A gy -Z4 If'!1: A W . L 1 1,7 F- ' - ., 0 1 -1 J . , L .L 1, L X K l Q. N , . rr- .guy I' f rf' ' '31, iff " W 3' '1-'..f. , ,: wp. Y rpm .. .-- YVYYV- Y -- " f- ., , ,, , ,, ...,,, ,f., YY .,, T tl , -g, ,X V , l 4 ,.. i , ,.. I L. il f 4 l X'-X, A ll ll ll 1 l .Q llll.ll.E l,'k'N 'kvlz lyxx' rl N5 5 All lel' LU Mir ' Q :A fl llf 5 DHI? I-V l f V' l F' 25 Ll' il yi lr IC , Il 'f fl H I il 1,12 ll ., I l I 2, hx 53 e ill I 33 l l 4 Slater Randall Burroughs Scroggin Kastle Peery ' Lord Stone Rowley Froyd Seeger Yungblut lg: If -LE gl e ll - . , I T-f Prefzdmz EDNA FROYD 4, ' 'A Secretary - - GENEVA SEEGER ll l T7'K6ZIZt1'E7' - KIARIE ROWLEY lr. fl I VL ,5 f l Q Pl f ll ll L fl 1' ls ld Srl l f X ll 5 l Cl ll Q 3 jg 'f ., fl 366 YY W , 77.7, .. . , V - '. 'Q 4, , . " ' L gh- vin- Ki , Hg'i1-ll F ILiT1.-.K-?"" f if A Y '. 3 ' f:ifr::.g:11:i.- -N215 ,,, W , 4 r'lfSZ'f"1fQ :Lg r,:g::,:,-'if-ri: glgjziifl The Tllinihersitp girls' Qllluh The purpose of the University Girls, Club is to oHfer an opportunity for a friendly, helpful fellowship among the Women of the school, to be a medium by which the social standard of the university may be made and kept high, to bring before its members subjects that are of special interest and importance to college Women, and to foster the spirit of unity and loyalty to the University of Nebraska. CALENDAR - September 25-Afternoon party in honor of Freshmen girls, the Temple. Pageant, given by the Y.'W.C.A. in the temple theatre, representing girl life at the university of Nebraska, followed by dancing and refreshments in hfusic Hall. October 23-Girls' Football Luncheon, the Temple. Enthusiasm Worked up by speeches, university songs and yells. VVearing red and White caps, the girls Went to the Norte Dame game in a body and formed a block MNH. November I3-Girlsl Club Party, the Armory. Stunts and dancing. Returns of the Nebraska-Kansas game read every fifteen minutes. December 4-Girls' Cornhusker Party, the Armory. Five hundred girls in costume celebrated the victorous football season. February I7-Girls, Basketball Rally, Nlemorial Hall, the purpose of which was to Work up enthusiasm for the Girls' Interclass Basketball Tournament, on February 19. Nlarch 4-Reception to the visiting delegates attending the national conclave of the Achoth sorority. Nlarch 21-22-WOmCH,S Vocational Conference. Miss Helen Bennett Manager Chicago Bureau of Occupations and eleven other speakers represent different vocations for Women. Nfay 4-6-Convention of the Nliddle 'Western Intercollegiate Association for W7omen's Self Government. The Girls' Club Council-aids in furthering the usefulness of the Club by helping to determine its activities and by bringing a fuller knowledge of these activities to the women of the school. 367 Zfaelmet anh Quill Taylor Slack Look Graul Bryson Haggart ' r 368 E. r I fx iz I il? 4,0 N1 AH IRVING S. CUTTER Dean of College of Medicine 'f O' THAT -LfuiL1.f'-rfgz..--.1O4a.-.,:,,gE1:--fmt-:f Qi.-iggf w - V ,f ff,, . fvv,-41,vm,.f- --,-.,., . . ,mir F! --- Y gt- W A5 i ' J' fri' ""' """"J4" 'L 'z"'!::::'e"g 53.-Eglin '315g'mk1gA1'JL!-b T 3 PM -3-4Q311zi1:.,:,p1gL.i-12.1-g.zi?,i ff,1,'.,lT-,T,fi,glf3 ' 173 A"-""f'+--'--M" 'Q ' .L -5. -.fra QQ.,-,.1 ,j""',,,x he W' lA iiiifw 1 X3 :W Q vi Wx ' Xl? YQ' 'ft' K , v Y X' 5511 N "JY E Y .2 Wiyif- -A P 1 :Aiwif H lr Uvfzx y nf ' :W ' is ' 'F gl O. A :fl--ff, 31,5 1?-Vis if if .ff 5 yy, LVQLQ' W ff X' 1' ,M LABORATORY BUILDING-COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ' 'A - '-A-- -------Mm - -W- ,..-Yg ,,,, rw ,1 ., I ,VJ Qffiffv- f':f,f,,3 f 1 9 X n M V, , , T795 ,sl 1 , ,H I I I x N yi f'v ji-Blehical Qllnllegz Ziaisturp The University of Nebraska College of Medicine is the outgrowth of First: The ideas of the builders of the state who laid down in the Charter of the University the dictum that one of the Colleges of the University shall be a College of Nledicine, Second: That one of the normal functions of the state is the careful and scientific training of men and women for the preservation and protection of the health of the citizens of the state. The early history of the College of Medicine covers several years in which medical instruction was given at Lincoln, but which was soon discontinued. Beginning with 1902 the University formed an affiliation with an incorporated school at Omaha known as the Omaha Medical College. This school was founded in the early 80's and had been afiiliated at different times with Bellevue College, the University of Omaha, and one or two other institutions. The aH'iliation begun in 1902 with the Omaha Medical College was continued until September 1913 when the University formally took over all of the instruction in medicine. The preparation for this move was made in the Legislatures of 1909 and 1911, when funds were voted for the purchase of land for the medical campus in Omaha and for the erection of the first laboratory unit. This unit was occupied in Sept- ember 1913, and provided the laboratories, lecture rooms, demonstration rooms, apparatus, etc.,for the instruction of the four medical years. Clinical instruction since 1913 has been amply provided in the ahiliated hospitals which institutions give freely of the service of their staffs to clinical instruction. The combined capacity of the affiliated hospitals, the hflethodist, the Clarkson, the Wiise, the Immanuel, Swedish Mission, Douglas County and the city Emergency is approxi- mately nine hundred beds. Clinical clerk services are afforded by the hlethodist, Clarkson and the Wise hospitals. ifVith the coming of the University Hospital, directly under the control of the Board of Regents, clinical teaching will be for all time on the same plane with the teaching of the laboratory courses. 'lt is due in a large measure to the unceasing activity and stalwart courage of the men in the executive positions in the University of Nebraska in the early years of affiliation that the plan was not allowed to fail, but rather grow and expand in importance. At the time of the affiliation Dr. Henry B. XVard was made Dean of the College. He brought about the development of the two laboratory years and raised the course of these two years to a high plane. He correlated the work of the laboratory years with that of the clinical years and saw to it that the College of Nledicine of the University of Nebraska kept well to the fore in the matter of entrance requirements. Nebraska was one of the first, if not the first, of the western State Universities to demand two years of college work for entrance to the freshman medical class. On Dr. VVard's removal to the University of Illinois Dr. Robert H. 'Wolcott was chosen Dean and carried forward most success- fully the work so well inaugurated by Dr. VVard. The most rapid development of the College of hiedicine has occurred since the school removed to Omaha on account of the closer co-operation between laboratory and clinical years, the general University supervision of the entire curriculum and the enlargement of equipment and of the teaching staff. X 372 , 1 1 1 V if 1 .AT , ,, .,.,. 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OM NE I IC EGE OF MED LL Co SPITAL- EHO AT ST The irate Jiiauspital "Among the really commendable acts of the legislature was that appropriating SI50,000 for the establishment of a state hospital to be operated under the control of the college of medicine of the state university. By this forward step Nebraska will be placed on a parity with the other pro- gressive western and central states in one very important respect as to which Nebraska has heretofore been lacking. It is just as important to provide a place for the skilled special treatment of unfortunate citizens with diseased or shattered bodies as of those with shattered or diseased minds. And in the education of physicians and surgeons it is just as essential that ample clinical and hospital facilities be ready at hand as that similar facilities be provided in the education of students attending the agricultural college. In the one case as in the other mere "book learning" by itself would furnish a very lopsided and unsatisfactory training. The state hospital, at a slight initial expense, and at a practically negligible subsequent expense for cost of operation, meets both these necessities. In the course of the years it will assure to Nebraska a medical and surgical profession well in advance of what might otherwise be expected. 4And during every year of its existence it will be the means of bringing hope and health into hundreds of Nebraska homes that otherwise would be wrecked and in many instances destroyed. The state university medical college being located at Qmaha means that the hospital will likewise be in Qmaha. Omaha, which pays nearly an eighth of the state taxes, is very seldom indeed made the direct benehciary of any considerable portion of the state expenditures. That it happens so in this instance is naturally pleasing to Qmaha, but the enlightened public opinion of this city would have supported and urged the establishment of a state hospital had Lincoln, or some other city, been its situs, and then, as now, Omaha would cheerfully have paid its one-eighth of the cost." OMAHA 'WORLD HERrXLD- April 14, IQI5 374 -x YM ,MR WW Q K f du. 1-Cflhftlllg A by 1,551 ' 4, Mak . -- ZS ' An . EQ' ,tg 2111 L1 Svvninm I. ,I ' I .4 II 5" I ls' Il L I l. V. l WP Q-:N-'ff feil-elzl-.Lf.f.i1.'f .sfvf':" '13-f'?":ff:f ffl 1-214-4,,,, fjjfigl-nz -.1-:A ,FQ "I" "" 1 ' LL,Lii:' 'T' 51131112 l ,Ji Af" -A7529 Y .I-735.1-iffivqsfifxx U.,,l? fi? 166975 'Ffh fe' "" -ff ff- 'I s' II. 1 .I-,ss 11 I -' ' I f-If.-, I. 'P ,gi ' 19: II ' R513 xref ji.- fi '13 A-I I- 1. ll? iilf I .3 !If,.i. 9 ,kg I ff 'I film' SENIORS Aa I gig L w w 'gl in I, ffl iii., W- I, ji ,viii ig Leafs. I Wifi CARL H. BAsTI1oIvI Omaha, Nebraska legal Ilfledicme ii ' fl ki Phi Rho sigma. I M . 1, W V: I 14 l li I 1 i . I ,, My Q. II RALPH CURTI Omaha, Nebraska 125 1 1 1 lliffdicine 4 il! Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha. ,gi ill l. i ii I 3 ll I il I II Z-5 l l :ll i ii I: Ill II Pig lug ii i ll J. CALVIN DAVIS Omaha, Nebraska Vx' I I ' QQ M'ed1'ci1ze .II 9.1 3 IQ Phi Rho Sigma, Business Nlanager of the .A fl l, Pulse. ii il l ' ' I ' I, A Qi 1. 10 :fi ii 2 eg Pill if il I Il PAUL T. FLORY Pawnee City, Nebraska I-I l if ll 1 llladirine ' i" ' Nu Sigma Nu. 1 7' li l, 5 '. Fel f iii ll . elf ii H : ' II Y I li A . II . li :ggpl C. R. FULLER Omaha, Nebraska . iff 1 MH lliffdicifze il If Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi, Spikes. H H yiifi 2.,ll,ii Ii g-I if, gg I 3 I 3 gy, il I1 lj vi .4 l ' If, ' l l l S ' , . " 17 l Y Z2 A I XNILLIAM R. GALBREATH 'WaVerlv Ohio ll il I I , l II . . f 7 , I I-1 I I f ff llledzcme I I ggi fi ll Nu Sigma Nu 6 ei lf 3 ' I l' ' ' l I" flfa if Ii is Ii i l i I I Ii l V W if ll ll l LoUIs E. HANISCH Omaha Nebraska i I ill M . . P II I ti nl W llledzczvze ill ,l il Phi Rho Sigma fl 5: El 'I I if- flil Ii ff I 1 'fl L Q I W: F. XV. NIEHAUS h4cClelland, Iowa ji il 1, b llledicim' I Q ily , II,l Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha. " l I l l Q l 14 III il Q gi 'Q ? L Q 6 . li P 54 l '5 I N 1 X I ' U' I l, , il l i ' Q li- ,I I I w if E If I I . p 376 Q-, lg , I ' I l Y- IIA,-A-A A- V---55,ff-:-3f5g-- HIAITI,-LAT. "'f.'Tfif'fgTTZflfl'l'1.1TFEI.:g'. ,m,m,,,,, ,A,A, - Z, ,E I, ,- ,Af , fl JI. A-1 fl' If I' I W WUNW-W WWA-,nov-,,,m:1 if ,I fi it li-5 XIQIL-gil g:j.L'jL7g,'4- ,15 1-jlj fx I yy 4 Q.Vi....c,,.,......,...... a H up '1 , ,- , ., ..,, XJ- ,I, If ,A-3,92 ,, A-'I fIv,aIIT?...,. A-New ..,...,I.,Y.YI-..IY,---T A 7 My - .M 53,iilR,:v,,IL!-,J 51,51 ,- K-,Ml .II ani I I-.,. A A I IT.-A -JA 7,1 ,4.f,f-Y- --A' - ' "2 1 K- ,- ,W ga- lFI"i,f"51'J-T23?f,g-QA I , , ,, V. ,. '-'I l. I f' - Eflaf'-fire' D. V114 U ,ie il I. . lk I . '1..g,if1,--:sae-I. f '- 4i"l1li gn - , .a-ax ,L Q V Wg AV 1 .yi -'li I ' f ,aykf 4 .M :uf ff! 6.4-'E will ?' li il ei iw 5 22 .'-a I, if , 4' H r ,x iw . ply liwll :I ll li li pg ll-if ll il U ,si . .ir gli El 2.2 ll! li ll ii' ii F, . FQ lf ll H' .2 .l I lg ii 'F ll l-1 A1 fi li lj' ll l If I' I is ,l ll ll flag 4.1 lg? lf Fl I' N. .J-nv ff' , 1.4 a -:ff .MJ,, ,-1 . ,cf-2 ir .L ,., ., .L .V SENIORS GEORGE W. HOFEMEISTER Imperial, Nebraska llfedifim' Nu Sigma Nu, Kappa Sigma. V FRED L. HORTON New Castle, Wyoming Ilfedicine Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi. EARL L. LEONARD Rock Valley, Iowa .Uedirine Phi Rho Sigma. JOHN L. LINN Omaha, Nebraska 1lIedici1ze Silver Lynx. DOORWYVARD B. PARK Randolph, Nebraska llledicinc' Phi Rho Sigma. W. K. RILEY Wisner, Nebraska Illcdicine Phi Rho Sigma. ABRAHAM S. RUBNITZ Omaha, Nebraska Zlleciicine WILLIAR'I SHEPHERD Rulo, Nebraska ' lllcdirine Alpha Omega Alpha. I X 'f-W .A ..- -Lg Egg .p.. 377 l w CGNVOCATIONS From time to time medical men of ability and note are invited to address the faculty and students at stated inter- vals. These addresses have served to widen the students' vision and each speaker has brought a Wholesome message. Following is the list of speakers and their subjects during the early part of 1915-16: Medical Education Part and Prefent DR. JOHN F. BINNIE, Kansas City, lXflo. Botany and in Relation to Medicine PROFESSOR L. H. PAMMEL, Ames, Iowa State Saniiation DR. MoRTiMER HERZBERG, Vermillion, South Dakota Infant Feeding DR. JULIUS SEDGVVICK L niversity of Nlinnesota 378 SENIORS CLYDE A. UNDINE Nlinneapolis, hlinnesota llledicinc Phi Rho Sigma, Chi Rho. XIVILLIAM XKVALVOORD Holland, Nebraska Ill ed ici ne Phi Rho Sigma RUTH WARNER Sewellen, Nebraska Mfedieine EXDIN I'lILTON XVEBB Abilene, Kansas :llediciize Phi Rho Sigma. i nqeffeqs-we , wifi' f Km' KCI, X .tl sueqfmnnl 1 llllr X WPS A " K r fi: , , ith, ,V D, ':. , , f f ' -i X f c, 12.1, 2' - ' 7 ll? ii P 1 NK " , Fe" ., I ' ' 1 9" SZAJU H 12'--..F-2-11.1 W Jw' PZ i i ' - of 'X Z, K i 792 . A f' , - ll :WWE 1 3,25 Ss? ff H X XXL? I 6 I Y - -aa.-Q--I ,V 4 , ff ' ' f , - ' .LL 12133555-T: Q we Ea. Nlvwafis. M ' "DT" E:-:--'1 'ZZ' 'B it L. ."'e 1- ---1fE.-'lu --nic I' 5?. ir-a?e::Jq 'FET E 53423 i i W ' T : 'A .L igrg. 7?-11 " Li i - ,,ggl.,, ,H , 5 E Y. : ., 1-465s fv:hC1Nl9PDE-0 YU 1. I nl rl 1 is ,fi 1 rw ,J 3 F: is l. ,M r vi ,gi ii dr , ? l r : l 1 i ,I lx I .i i Q -rl ,ul r V, I ' l My 4. lr if I Pi 4 fi 1: mt il if 1' ' if -"M-' ""f":i1 N-Hi H"-"W if "'-"'6"'Af'D1 Via 'M .S Scbuul Rating . - The Council on Education of the American Nledical Association was formed for the purpose of elevating the iff, standard of medical education in the United States. The K -A y Councilcalled its first annual conference on medical education -:,,,f.Q' ri K on April Zo, IQOS, and the Erst published report is of the V N 5 X proceedings of the conference of that date. Since 1905 'i 11 regular yearly conferences have been held with the result that through the efforts of the Council there has been a wide dissirnination of the ideals of graduate and under- graduate medical training and a very general acceptance of -5 the recommendations of the Council with respect to im- l , provements in the medical curriculum and equipment. dw On june 1, 1914 in accordance with an inspection of "tv I9 -U -:L- the College, its opportunities, equipment and organization, the rating was changed by the Council from A to A plus, placing the University of Nebraska College of Nledicine among the first twenty- seven four-year medical colleges in the United States. The general improvement in medical colleges during the years 1914-15 was so great that the Council felt warranted in dropping entirely the classification of A plus and making one classifi- cation, Class A. for all acceptable schools which had reached a high standard by February 1915. This classification was announced in February 1915. Recognition thus accorded the University of Nebraska College of lXledicine was most gratifying. After many years of affiliated clinical courses the University arrived at full control of the entire four years with ample faculty organization and equipment for the highest type of work. Nobody loves a doctor, The world would better be If all his clan to the last man, VVere sunk deep in the sea. He's but a vain pretender, An addle-pated drone, And yet some day we'll likely say These words into a phone: "Oh, doctor, doctor, doctor! Please come right over quickl I've a terrible pain in my throbbing brain And I fear T'm awful sick. Oh, doctor, doctor, doctor! Hurry as fast as you can, Please hear me cry--llm about to die- And T Want a doctor man, -'-PULSE 379 Ghz 1911152 R. G. Breuer C. F. Hollenback K. S. Davis P. Flory H. L. Updegraff J. O. Riggert G. L. lVeigand KI. C. Davis G. RT. Cultra Publiflzfd Mo1zthl3H, Rfprfxenring Smclmzlf, J4Z7L77'Z7'Li, Fczrulty of ihf UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLLEGE QF BIEDICINE 42nd and Dewey Ave., Gmaha, Nebraska STAFF G. L. XVEIGAND ---- Editor-in-Chief J. C. DAVIS - - - Bzzyivizff lwcznagfr C. F. HOLLENBACK - - Czbfulafiovz .Manager H. UPDEGRAFF ----- F - Cartoonifz A CLASS EDITORS P. J. FLORY, '16 R. G. BREUER, 'IS L. RIGGERT, 717 K. S. DAVIS, '18 G. KI. CULTRA, ,IQ The Pulse is published monthly by the staff which is chosen by the Board of Publication comprised of DR. BI. FATTON, Chr. W. K. RILEY VVM. SHEPHERD SANFORD G1FFORD DR. A. E. GUENTHER 380 THE LAMENT OF A MEDIC VVhen the suprarenals vanish And the throid wanes apace, When the pons becomes aborted And the colon's out of place, When the leucocytes, enfeebled, Scarcely move from spot to spot And the thermal sense, erroneous, Reports what's cold as hot, Still these minor abnormalities I could with ease sustain, If only my poor Iunctionless Medella would remain! But when their slow departure All the neural dendrites take, And all the lumbar ganglia Their-final exit make, 'When the sympathetic neurons Disappear from off the scene, And merely empty ducts remain VVhere the arteries have been Then the languid haemoglobin, Powerless to oxidize, Vanishes from out the plasm And each red corpuscle dies! Of malignant carcinoma, I have had a score or so: And cerebral sarcoma Periodically grow, And I reap a monthly harvest Of abscesses of the spine, But of all these lesser ailments I should scorn to e'er repine, But when the great aorta And the semilunars go, The opsonic index surely Is most startlingly low! Let all the lumbar ganglia Putresce and waste away, And the intercostal muscles Irrevocably decayg Let the alveolar processes Diminish part by part, And pathologic murmurs sound From out the wealining heart, Let all these depart forever, Nor a single vestige stand, So may a moiety yet remain Of my pancreatic gland! ,intern emu 3 F TR 0 of - ,af I I ,,,f:Fi:f' ff: . M 2525 X II 'i sa' Z x W ?- II I If HI T ' 'IE I .f i 5. -unan- ATI-ILETICS IN OMAI-IA O. R. I. ENTATION One of the most brilliant games of the season is scheduled for the last of une wx hen the Senior team bucks up against the International Patheletic team for a life long tussel. Line up of the Patheletics as follows: JUMPING TOOTH FLOATING IQIDNEY VVALKING TYPHOID BOUNDING PULSE INrUsIoN HOPS SPURTING ARTERY LIGHTENING PAINS SWIMMING EYES RUNNING BOIL GIKLLOPING CONSUMPTION FIGHTING CHANCE ' Referee, LITTLE OLD BIAN PUBLIC 5381 :allege ui ehicine SCHOOL LIFE The hfedical School is a little University in itself. It has its campus. its class rooms and laboratories, its corps of instructors and its student body. Its ways are the ways of the great parent institution from which, some years ago, it was separated, spatially, by silent but powerful social forces. The lateral displacement of fifty odd miles has not changed its inherent nature. A glance at the student publication, Pulse, representing students, alumni and faculty will confirm such an opinion. Possibly, since students are now definitely oriented as to their lifejs occupation there may be a stronger under current of seriousness but this is not so all powerful as to exclude movies, dances, banquets and interest in the tender and fair sex. Such diversions seem, at times, to influence the at- tendance at the medical convocations which are held periodically on Friday evenings and which have been -arranged by a thoughtful faculty so that students may be broadened by the experiences of eminent outside physicians. The greatest social activities lie in the sorority, Nu Sigma Phi and in the two fraternities, Phi Rho Sigma and Nu Sigma Nu. In late years the animosities existing between the latter seem to have disappeared, owing possibly, to the recognition of a common enemy in the professional staff. The members of the latter meet secretly some Tuesday night of each month and by means of journal reports strive to keep ahead of the students in the general advance in medicine. A junior and senior medical society, composed exclusively of students iiourished for a while but seems to have died out with the departure of its creator, one named Andrews. The Phi Beta Kappa of the hffedical School is the national fraternity Alpha Qmega Alphaf During the last election, based on scholarship, four students were honored with membership and have thus been crowned with glory. The greatest athletic event of the school year in the past has been the com- petitive contest of the tennis association. Practically every student entered as a contestant. The new hospital at present threatens to destroy the Gifford courts but it has been rumored that Dean Cutter has sanctioned the construction of new courts at another area of the campus. Students arriving in Qmaha after the preliminary two years in Lincoln, will possibly miss some of the great features of the University proper. There is no foot-ball, no glee-club nor brass band. Classes become more cosmopolitan in that students enter from other schoolsg classes, nevertheless, become nore definite entities. Wfith the greater liberty of action that a metropolis offers, students will at the same time, find themselves under a stricter and more rigorous school regime. Their interests become more specific and more professional and in a surprisingly short time they find themselves abandoned to their own initiative, masters of their own fortunes, to play their parts in the world for better or for worse. 3 82 lvledical College Library It has only been in recent years that medical colleges have realized the value of a medical library as an essential part of the college equipment. The medical student only a few decades ago was Without the help of a medical library. The private library, or in schools, the preceptor's library was about his only resource. This state of affairs is entirely changed and the council on lVIedical Education of the American Nledical Association for 1915 now requires a working medical library to include the more modern texts and reference books with the Index Medicus, and thirty or more leading medical periodicals. The library room must be properly heated and lighted, accessible to students all or a greater part of the day and an experienced librarian must be in charge. Our medical library novv contains over ten thousand vclumes and instead of the required thirty, over one hundred and twenty-five of the leading medical periodicals. -X 3 S 3 Qlpbia Qhmega Qlpba The Nebraska Chapter of Alpha Umega Alpha was granted to the University of Nebraska College of Medicine November 3, 1914. The Chapter was organized shortly subsequent to this date and the first election occurred from the class of 1914. Elections from succeeding classes have been held regularly. Alpha Crnega Alpha is an honorary, scholarship, medical fraternity following in Colleges of Medicine the lines laid down by Phi Beta Kappa in Arts Colleges. The fra- ternity was founded at the University of Illinois in IQO2 by Dr. William W. Root, and has Chapters only in those medicalschools maintainingthe highest standards and representing high medical ideals. Chapters exist in the following medical schools: University of Illinois University of Chicago Northwestern University VVestern Reserve University Jefferson lVIedical College University of Pennsylvania VVashington University Harvard University University of California Johns Hopkins University University of Toronto Columbia University University of Niichigan University of NIinnesota Cornell University Syracuse University NIcGill University University of Nebraska University of Cincinnati The members of the Nebraska Alpha Chapter are as follows: Dr. VVillson O. Bridges Dr. C. TV. Mi. Poynter Dr. Cscar T. Schultz Dr. Irving S. Cutter Dr. Douglas Pilcher, Qhio Alpha Dr. Chester H. TVaters, New York Beta Dr. Robert D. Schrock, New York Beta Dr. Blaine A. Young, 1914 Dr. Keegan, 1915 From the class of 1916 the following were elected to membership: Ralph E. Curti George WV. Hoffmeister Fred W. Niehaus 'William Shepherd 384 f'r"w Q it D' A Y 1,-A-Vx A x Q Q -lv ' 1 1 X .ell irq' u Sigma 15131 1 lj ' lWl f ll , 1' l , 1 11 I 4 , 57 ll f -1 il? W sq fmg ull? 3 1:l 59 11 lll A 3 r' "l A rr A .A A ll 1 A ' f lf 5 ' I Il w W' l I l l l ,ly 'f Brandt Dore Churchill Sheldon Christensen Sisler , . l , l MQ ALUMNI A E! l DR. OLGA STASTNY DR. ELIZABETH MASON A DR. HARRIETTE ORVIS All 4 Q' ACTIVE NIEMBERS F fl' REBANIS SISLER JANE MATHEWS -v rv RUTH DORE MRS, EMELIA BRANDT 31,1 l MARY SHELDON l1'lQ Hlw PLEDGES BARBARA CHURCHILL E. DORCAS CHRISTENSEN V all gg ' Founded at Phyfician: and Surgzon: Collfgf ll CI8QOD lg ll ,N l lil I fl l WLC l 1' l 32 rl 1: V J . 1 l , 4 ' l j W H-A i 385 bi 331113 bigma UPPER Row-A. G. Dow, G. Nl. Cultra, V. R. Dackin, A. A. Larson, C. Davis, K. L. Thompson V. V. Talcott SECOND Row-M. Nolan, A. L. Nielson, D. O. Owen, R. G. Sherwood, 1. S. Deering, R. B Eusden. THIIKD Row-L. C. Northrup, H. L. Tjpdegraff, C. F. Beecle. L. O. Hoffman, G. L. Weigand, C G. Newbecker, F. Coleman LOWER Row--C. Bastrom, E. B. Leonard, L. G. Haniselu, XY. K. Riley, D. B. Park, C. A. Undine F. W. Nieluaus. 386 D. B. PARK VV. K. RILEY A. H. VVEBB C. A. UNDINE J. C. DAVIS G. SHERWOOD R. T. IVIAUER R. P. VVESTOVER C. L. WEIGAND C. F. BEEDE D. R. OWEN K. L. THOMPSON A. L. NIELSEN G. M. CULTRA M. J. NOLAN L. O. HOFFM.LXN L. C. NORTHRUP Xxy 'R W4 'QD A Fw-f ' A- --. . . . ' lil' . .. .. f ' "ffgCfT?F ' fs? 4194 Q. T' fbi 331313 Qigma SENIORS VV. WALVOORD L. A. HANISCH E. R. LEONARD C. BASTROM F. W. NIEHALTS JUNIORS V. V. TALCOTT C. W. VVAY SGPHOMORES C. R. FRANSDEN A. C. DOW R. B. EUSDEN C. G. NEWVBECKER A. A. LARSON I. WV. HOUGH L. IVLEYER FRESHAEEN 387 V. R. DACKIN H. L. LIPDEGRAFF F. COLEMAN A. L. COOPER J. S. DEERING u bigma u R. johnson Schembeck Kingery Bailey Salisbury jjohnson Sands Oclen Vieregg Davis Cassidy Byers Steenburg Riggert Delzell Krahulik Montgomery Hoffmeister Fuller Horton Flory Curti Follcen Bantin W 388 R. F.. CURTI P. J. FLORY C. R. FULLER J. E. JOHNSON R. R. LOSEY ,. F-EI S , 1 wfffi Af 1 fx I Iv 1 -.wf ' 'z-Iv' ..gf,4.', iw R214 J Swim . ggi' ,A i z , 'f:r'., Ziff- .mfmba . f 'ff 122171, . ' 5311 Qigma jill SFNIORS VV. R. GAIJBREATH P. C. GEISSLER G. W. HOFFMEISTER F. L. HORTON IUNIORS L. O. RIGGERT A. I. ROSS, JR. E. C. MONTGOMERY F. S. SALISBURY VV. T. XVILDHABER SOPHOMORES F. W. BANTIN G. E. BURMAN W. A. CASSIDY K. S. DAVIS VV. R. DELZELL F. A. F161 G. FOLKEN, JR. F. B. BAILEY J. C. BYERS R. E. JOHNSON L. B. KINGERY G. H. MILLER L. R. SAFARIK I. S. SCHEMBECK E. K. STEENBURG F. R. VIEREGG FRESHMEN E. J. KRAHUL114 C. L. A. GDEN R. L. SANDS 389 A x kd N F 5 wmv DEAN W7. G. HASTINGS ummun lam The fundamental characteristic of law is stable uniformity. This is seen even more clearly in the metaphorical uses of the term thanin designating the ruleszof a politico-legal system. Laws of nature, laws of economics, laws of beauty, laws of philosophy, evidently have as their common characteristic, indicated by the term "law," the notion of stable uniformity. Yet, law par excellence, the law 392 of the state, the creation of political sovereignty, is a uniformity dependent upon the will of that sovereign and changeable at that sovereign,s pleasure. If the mass of the population is the real sovereign and acquiescence in the work of courts its mode of expression, changes will be so slow and few that stable uniformity will be the result. The government will be "one of laws, not of menf' Authentic English law starts with the records of those royal courts which were instituted by Norman kings in the second century after the Conquest. Those royal courts, to be sure, gained their acceptance, and became the resort for justice of the English people, because they adopted the rules and usages, and more or less the forms of procedure, of the popular courts, the assemblies of the shires and hundreds, which had come in with the earlier Saxon invaders, and were themselves successors of still earlier tribal assemblies. These courts held their position and became the real makers of English law by incorporating into their machinery the popular element under the form of the jury. With the addition of equity for more complicated and less contentious proceedings, was rounded out a court- made legal system which worked out its own rules of property and personal rights as well as legal procedure almost without legislation till the nineteenth century. The legally important statutes from Edward I till George HI can be counted on the fingers. Not only was the common law system of legal rights fashioned by the courts of justice with little assistance from political authority, but it brought the holders of political authority into subjection to itself, and established the doctrine of Equality before the Law and of subjection to the ordinary process of the courts on the part of the highest oflicials of the state, so that not even the king's direction constituted a defense for unlawful doings,though had in government proceedings. For this common law, thus regulating all civil rights and duties, there is no authority but the announcement of the court, its acceptance by the people, and enforcement by their aid. It is a practical exemplification of popular sovereignty, and a training in its exercise which makes political liberty not merely a' possibility but a necessity. Anglo-American common law is sovereign self-government by the English speaking peoples. Its work without any king on this side of the Atlantic shows what is its real 'cfountain of justice." Moor COURT Room 393 UNIVERSITX' or NEBRASKA-COLLEGE or LAW, jlillemuries uf Property 3 Before Francis Bunny departed this life, And went with the angels to sit, He made his last testament, witnessed and sealed, And in phrases as follows, to wit: I devise to my trustees to VVilliarn for life, Remainder to Samuel his son, And to such of' his issue legitimate born, Who shall marry or reach twenty- one. With cross-limitations to Richard and John, To hold in tenancy joint, And to pay rents and profits as they shall see fit, To such grandsons as Nlary appoint. 4 And for want of such issue, to David for life, Or if William go bankrupt, or die, Then the sum so appointed, to forfeit and cease, No part to his debts shall apply. At Francis' decease trouble straight- way began, William dying without issue male, David suifered a fine and recovery then, In an effort to dock the entail. The lower court sought to construe the said will, And to follow the testators intent, But the more they debated the less they could see, What the dickens the old codger meant. LAW LIBRARY Clfxcellent place for a social hour with your friendsj They tried out the holding in Pells vs. Brown, And they looked into Clobberieas plight, A Then the rule in Shelly's case sought tO apply, "Yes, Gentlemen now you are right." And because Andrew Butler attorned to S., Said the court, 'clt distinctly appears That estates cant be held in abeyance beyond, Lives in bein and twent -one 97 g y years. But the upper court couldn't quite sanction the view, As to which ofthe issue should take, So, adopting the doctrine that's known as CY PRES, They gave it to Abigale Drake. . Nleanwhile Francis Bunny in Heaven reclines, And he basks on the bright golden stairs, All his lease-holds and free-holds, he's long since forgot, For he knows, "There,ll be no Lawyers There." THE APOSTLES OF COMFORT This organization is known by the original badge worn by the members, said badge being a flannel shirt with no regard for age or color. The charter members areg Halligan, Harney, hilellon, Flaherty, Pressley, Skipton, Laverty, Chambers, Spier, Delzell and Caley. That the principles of the organization are recognized by the faculty was well shown when Brother Mellon was expelled from YVilson,s class when he first appeared without the badge of the order. l ll X . I l i l Qnzntur laws REVISED NIAXQEYDINIS OF EQUITY I. Robbins suffers not a student late to his classes. 2. Those awake, not asleep, are few in Equity 2. 3. Between exams and grades anxiety doth prevail. 4. Pope delighteth in Hunks. 5. lkflaxey hath no standing in Equity for he hath not clean hands. 6. He who 'taketh Property must be a Phi Alpha Delt. 7. Wilson regardeth those as present who hath friends to answer 8. Ledwith considereth done what should have been done. 9. Maxey gradeth in personarn. Io. Foster acteth for the VV'est Publishing Company, and not by Way of com- pensation. CQuaerej ' l il .1 ll K A i 'i 5: fi y E "Om STUFF" 1 sos fl R Zuniur laws THE CAMEL CLUB D This organization has for its members an adequate representation of all classes. The place of meeting is on the south Walk during good Weather, the basement and locker room being used during inclement Weather. The purpose ofthe organization is to expedite the Work of the undertaker and at the same time give Robbins an excuse for giving low grades. ' , EMBRYONIC BARRISTERS 2397 l :Freshmen laws COURT PRACTICE Scene: Court Room with Dunn C. J. on the bench, and hflaxey as quizzer seated at his right, Court Baron Geiger at his left. , Maxey: "Now Hahn, what do the initials C. I. after Dunn's name mean to you? Hahn: "They are Dunn's initialsf, CHis honor had to restore order in the court roornj Maxey: "Now Kirsch you may read the declaration." CThe eloquent pleader arises and silence reignsj "VVell, the D was charged with slander, the P proving that he said the following words. NB:-:inberg had his fire sale bills printed two days before the href' Thcbevidence shows that an attempt was made to show that the fire was the act of od. Nlaxey: "Since when has Beinberg become a God? Kirsch: 'Ll donlt knowf' Nlaxeyz 4'Well you should know. Sit down and think it overf, Dunn: "Ayers, you may now state the case for the defensef' And Ayers talked so long and so competently that "Doc" finding that he would have to pay attention in order to be able to quiz, ordered ct. adjourned. THETA KAPPA NU Pl'r'0Z1lCIiO7Z.J JOHN K. BOUKATHER EARL RICLEAN HAROLD B. lX'TUFFLY EMANUEL SHARY VVYILLIAM lVIClX4ULLEN J. LLOYD MclXIAsTER 398 M . g' . .MV ' HJ' 5' X, .W .?""'. g,'Qf',f 1' W r ,' W ill' li" N ,HV 1rL 'Eff + iiigw ye! HN! 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T V Q ' r" E21 Q? nw 's fl W1 I 'I Flfia Vile? 1' H4 S, 11,4 W . 'vi ? Q ag Efksif 'qgy QUZQ I ! 1 , f N- , Q X- ve gy 0 ""E'C 2, .1 ,, W en , FERGUSON HOLLISTER MOORE HOFFMfXN STOUT DEAN SLAYMAKER ADENDORFF NIICKEY I , N H I iw ' -:sw ,. ,.. ...N.13Q , JE-ii my 1'- Q 4 ii ,. M , mit. W3 z 1 5534 ' T 3 - ff, M 1,- 1 SQ'?':"5 YE' 2 V- we ,, H S: A U vfsmlwwz lWW'a:vAY:-vw-W Y SNK? NODDINGS FOW LER pn! DEM PS TER EGALLOWAY G 4 DYVARDS REER JONES HARKSON NOR RIS NICCULLOUGH CAMERON HALL PIERCE FRANCE TELL BLUNK WEATHERBY HOLTZ GEORGE NELSON . . Y, Y.Y. -,-,..-fy...Q ,... . 4.7.4, Y 1 P- ' 'X Y-1 5 Uv I f V 'f , ' Tw. X X 1 k X . M vs W , - c-'rw X H ? 2 A L1f 15?.,:,,,,ag,1h , . . f.,, -!4L, 4 . 1 A:-e-2 i n iz.. w ,,.u I I A , I , 1 S I I v x 1 A v W : JR' 'ii in 1 ' 'r 5' .kr ' Q I- -9,4 mg ,vas v 7: if . Na lg .N W4-' a4.g 1 I-f V , A I Tl'Ux 3 .A i QQ ., 'Ina---W M x -- ' ' ' . , ' M -:N AQsv'svc1LQsawff?A'!l:z"'x 'WC 'WV ' k- wma. . 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Leaving Lincoln on the night of November 9 for Kansas City they returned by way of Lawrence on the 13th seeing the Kansas-Nebraska football game. The three days in Kansas City were spent in visiting all points of an engineering nature including bridges, manufacturing plants, water works, generating plants and sub-stations. Although the days were long and full the men had plenty of pep left in the evenings to show Kansas City a few sides of student life. The Century and Edwardls will be re- membered for some time by the men to say nothing of the Jefferson. Professors Bridgeman, Chatburn, Dean and Holtz accompanied the trip and took the best of care of their charges. Holtz in particular exercised his motherly instincts. ENGINEERS' WEEK The Program for Engineers' week is prepared and includes many of the usual stunts and some new ones. April I5-Th6 Engineers, Hop. P. hl. hfIcCullough, Chmn. April 18-Engineers' Convocation. H. Holtz, Chmn. April IS-Engineers, Rag. IW. IVI. Garrett, Chmn. April I9-Engineer's Smoker. G. L. Hancock, Chmn. April 20-'EHgIHCCfS, Field Day. F. Leschinsky, Chmn. April 21-Engineers' Night. L. L. IfVestling, Chmn. April 22-Engineer's Banquet. IW. Hall, Chmn. Besides showing up well in their own affairs, the Engineers have not been backward in holding their own in all University affairs. Their full quota of representatives have been present at social functions, they have taken their share of class offices, and they are well represented in the military department. The Engineers' Stunt on University Night was given the warmest reception of all, being put on by James Allison, Irving Baker and Howard Granden. ENGINEERING SOCIETY The meetings of the Engineering society have been held regularly on the third VVednesday of each month in the IVIechanical Engineering Bldg. The programs have been supplied in turn by each of the department societies and have been altogether successful. Engineering matters of a practical nature have been presented by successful engineers. THE DEPARTMENTAL SOCIETIES The meetings of the departmental societies have been held on the first YVednes- day evening of each week. IVIuch enthusiasm has characterized these meetings which have been devoted not entirely to outside speakers but to student programs as well. Several smokers and other social affairs have been indulged in during the year. 407 ...ah f. I . ,.-.. ax, ,N , ... .- V . :,,,- .-.ws-., se: frm- H ,SV W, , ,,,, ,.E HE.-- Av..- ,..L 4 A.---.- .g-- - - i ,. -q-X .::f: A-wav.-f --E ,1-.X iz r-fl Zigi si, r. l A: i . 'I Zxf fi' U-. .J .ix it 'a " 3 YTZJ: ' '-TT'wil:- :E:vvw.:a:T4r.??1f'LTsat --' fc- 2 ' '11 Vivfliay Ei"'-fy Wei ll THE ENGINEERING SIXIOKER "ilk The Annual Fall Engineering Smoker was held at VValsh I-Iall this year on the evening of Gctober 9. After an hour or so at cards, the professors together with Doc. Maxey were placed upon the platform. President Fowler, in his initial talk dropped a remark concerning the "Engineering of Men" which furnished the key note for several of the subsequent talks. Following the talks refreshments i in the shape of cider, ham sandwiches, and apples were served. R. B. Gillespie I was in charge of the affair and put it over in fine shape. if TJ' rl ,Pl fi ll THE FIRST SEMESTER HoP ll if The Hop was held November 6 and was engineered by Chmn. Garrett and Master of Ceremonies, I-Iarkson. It is said to have been one of the best affairs of its kind of the season. The hop upheld the reputation of the Engineers in if limiting an affair of this nature to cover expenses and sticking to the limit. IQ. M, fl ai THE NEBRASKA BLUE PRINT 'S E, V. C. George, Editor in Chief of the Nebraska Blue Print has raised the ii ill standard of that publication immensely by printing good, sound, well-selected A articles in spite of his financial restrictions. The four editions this year have Ll been high class and far in advance of anything previously put out. ,fi ,ig l J ' ' ' S 2' ip lg! wfii ll li il IQ 'i li is illi A - i. S? I 1 li 408 I l iff ...... in . .t , S Y gr , E ,AWWA , W . V ,Vg ,Q K X -V 3 Y , -i, I ,. ,hii-W' ,,E.,-,,A..-..f.- ---f J A . , . ., . .i x- 5, . , N, i . -51.1 N, 3 - . -.f..,--,.., -.3.Y..,..1.,.I,-v----milf, A. 1-x ,g , Q K 5. , . W, .C , ,-,,,x.-.:a,.....Qa..Y-a.S...-Q . I . . .X ,..,. ,,,h,.,I,, ,.,,,,,d,,,,,.ffg,-T-V l 4 .xx -V-I --. Y-f, .M ,.-- .- 'IGM , ' . I . - -K S., . . - I i Em"':"i""""'A"i"'1'g fa: I Z-Y. Y-N. i 5 -, .. Y-. X, ,, - x ,,..-- ...ya ' ' , T ,Y--an-.1-J.-1? V- f -- -- I fig ,s,,M, , NE, ,.,. .f . , W, ,,,,,,,E.EiI Riffs E. .. :i'3Z2?7'i ' HK gl- ' , . 4' 94: ,H, ,W ' 5:13 fliqrt 'v u 1 Ii's,.'N: N K 1' 'I' 'X Q- X . 'ig 01 . ' x 'u Q f f.- ....4A.. ,..,..:Q f-.- 1 ' X 1' 'frflviv-' V' 5' "Q--.N - .- I-" - ,,-.q ---nm---f '. 4 . Ne h lf, 'LA azllxfgiiii Q53- ..:::L . g..-.-v.u :ii 421.52 .xl K- L .:' wifiiaiw - , ,-.iff ul-'EiEEi?9T E' T T gf 'v' .asia -' 1. ..... II., . "" 1' i?iT!V'YfSi2EYi,'5CVW5V'ViV'WiWWW WWWWWWWWGWWW'YWGVWWW'W9WWW W 5KV'0VVVVVYi'YVWf'i 3 H H W MW Z i f ,- q 1 - ' i ' f Y ,. ' X ,z X, il Q' If 4 f , 1 ,V H --gmcn' . ' ,ge-. qffgjgg-.x harmaneutical bncietp Dean Lyman Batty Prof. Perrusse Pexton Prawitz Rincker Thompson Arner Browne Arenson Fischer Nelson Simanek Rogers Brazda Spooner Samuelson Anderson Lesh johnson Pickering NViest James Schaufelberger Huffman 1 Anderson Townsend Creutz Chittick Larson Hanson Day OFFICERS IQIS-1916 FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER MARTIN B. CHITTICK - - P1-widen: - - FRED J. CREUTZ CHAS. VV. LESH - - - Vice-Preficienz - C. G. SAMUELSON BESSIE TOWNSEND - Secretary - ELLA NI. HANSON ROY A. LARSON - - T1-eaf'mn - - ROY A. LARSON Staff of Pharmacy Yfar Book for IQI6 . MARTIN B. CHITTICK - - - - Editor E. W. SCHAUFELBFRGER - - f FRED J. CREUTZ - - ldrfociaze Editorf ELLA M. HfXNSON - I ROY A. LARSEN - - L CHAS. W. LESH - Bufineff Maflzagef' SAUL B. ARENSON - AVJJZ. Bfzfimrf Md7ZUgK7' W. E. JAMES - - -- Phoziogmpizer 410 . LL.. .QMQMLEEL f 1 ' A .-jf-31 .pi ' ,QMEWAA ,pkg-. 747, .L . M- L--M-...L.M.---. 5 . , . .-ff , fs 1 .,...,,..............-,.....Y.-..v....:i,. X 11 .rx ra .w. F "'N F' "H" "F-F'-FF ' 1 ,LJ 1..,?,l N. .MV ,511 Xm'yf.1 Y . 17 x J .X ,R ' Hs 1 . 5 - -..J "FIT I I I 'iii Wi il QT! .W Y f I I. '11 14 i 'V 1 fl Ei 53 il if V 5, i. EJ EU K6 ,Y 5 Y. A. 1 1 3 13 J E . ' . 1-1 .51 A .f""--1'-inf'-Tr"'fWi' i' 4 L L 7 5. . Q1 A 1 I I I 1 I if 1 il PHARMACY PICNIC The ZBrug Iant Garnett uf the Cllnllege uf barmatp Of late unusual attention has been called to the cultivation of medicinal plants in America. This is due to a number of factors: First, many drug plants, the supply of which has supposedly been inexhaustable, are disappearing from the market. With this shortage there has been a corresponding increase in price. Golden Seal is an excellent example. It is native in the woods of Kentucky and Tennessee. It has been harvested by a people who know nothing about the conservation of the young plants. It has become all but extinct. The price of the root has in a decade advanced from a few cents to several dollars per pound. Second, drug plants have been gathered in all parts of the World from their native sources by the cheap labor of the most ignorant type of people. No care has been taken in selecting, in breeding, in curing, or in any Way improving the native plants. In producing drug plants the object has been to obtain cheaply and adulterate shrewdly. Third, Extravagent and unvvarrented claims have been made through the press and otherwise, that there are fortunes to be made by the cultivation of medicinal plants. Fourth, The Eurpoean war has practically eliminated from the market a number of our most important drugs and drug plant products such as digitalis, quinine, atropine and thymol and has shown the necessity of developing drug plant culture on a scientific basis in the United States. 411 v- ,F . , ., . as .. , lr .TJ X ,X , xi xl V. ' ix NVQ , PHARMACY BANQUET THE FAVORITE" 412 The drug plant garden of our uni- versity now contains about one hundred and twenty-five species of drug plants grown in the open on about an acreof ground. In addition twenty-five species of tropical drug plants are grown in the green houses. The Garden has been established primarily for the purpose of giving instruction to students in the College of Pharmacyg to determine what drug plants will grow in Nebraska, and under what conditions they will yield the highest percents of medicinal principlesg and to determine what drug plants can be raised profitably in our own stateg and to assist in the production of a dependable supply of drugs in this country. The year 1915 has shown that such drug plants as digitalis, henbane, stramonium, belladonna and the mints thrive under our conditions of soil and climate and the usefulness of the garden will be extended as time and space permits. Q, Tl, 1 l, ,V 4 W1 l m., il Al l 4 I i W1 'l J , J xy rl- vi xi V, l1Wi"! ixlyfll V .rl ya 'x ,Eff 1 N Y: L iyypii riff' f -T f fl i l I v l l l I l . l 1 1 wil 'll 1 3 l 2 1 ,. fl l. l li ll! Lil ,lil l l I l 2 la J u I i 1 il .l 'z l l F r ill ,il f-, I ' 1 l l i i r i I HX 1 , ..,. , ,grm-.,3.Wz,w: W ..,Y,. WN. ,wnwl .- 5 .gym qf,x:-,:.-'- -. V, ' .. ' 'lr 2,4,j1g:,,.g,. Q -f 4:92 if f KN 'ff I 'iv -' '- f 1, ,f . 53-.zjg ---A wg., Y . 1 . " V4-YQ 5461 ' 0 , ,Mx 7 wc, . fn, Xiffn . -A., ., ,. ,,...., , mmm. ,ff M, , ,S 5 i JS lv Q 4 gcfv f 5' 14 W' .f K ' 4 'fx 4,21 -A Ar' ' 4. me . www, xl V k7365qfm1Zi-' H5 ,,,G,f'ux JI' iv Y-wfw Kai fyimag ii- "" .X-e W Q X at 1 Q 1 L hx f "ff'xLQg1 ' 'P 1' u,, Lg, -F 9 ,ft V, A 2.42141 14 Rr 1 W wg, 1 1' H ..- 9,,vffi?..wf5,w wgvy. ,Al ,, X 15 r X, QR, -Lx 7 71: V DRUG GARDEN AS AN AUXILIARY LABORATORY PHARMACY FACULTY DfXY FOSSLER LYMAN THOMPSON VVALKER PERUSSE LEWIS LYMAN N 1 l 5 ib- 3 1 i 1 I i 1 W F 1 1 P N i 1 v 1 ' I i v 1 . I I I 4 CQNNE-Lic: QQ? ,ff N SH r Xxx 0 7 , X V Nb 5 'IT Um: ?a.f-3' if lilihllwmmnxlllIIIIIHIIIIIIIUIUMWFIWM lm' 5-kit! ,JW wwf , Q H Ivey . Q ff' .' '- 1 ' YN' Q W fy' 5 V na L ' I " 3. Q . , mwgwil ' mnmxmnununmrr I, F? The Mnihersitp fllummmial Ctliluh The University Commercial Club was organized in the spring of IQI4 by a hand- full of commerce students. It is now one of the largest and most active Organiz- ations in the University. Its purpose is to foster an interest in commercial affairs, to engender in the minds Of its members a spirit of loyalty toward the School of Commerce, to create a bond of fellowship, and to lead them to feel that business as any Of the other professions is also a profession based upon the science Of accounts, finance, and merchandising. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER R. H. VAN BOSKIRK - - - Prwidmr E. J. .ALTHOUSE - - - - Preridenz W. K. MILLER - - Vice-Presidernz J. D. STEVENS - Vice-Prfrident E. ALTIIOUSE - - Secretary R. H. VVALKER - - Sfcrezary R. SAUNDERS - - Twafurfr C. E. LTINDS - - T1-eafurer MEMBERS M. AABEL A. L. ADAMS E. J. ALTHOUSE G. E. ANDERSON W. H. ANDERSON OLIVER ANTHES P. E, ARMSTRONG RALPH ARNER JACK AUSTIN PAUL BABSON J. P. BITTNER VV. BLUNK .ALAN BRUNDAGE L. BUCKLEY H. D. BURGESS C. R. CARLSON F. W. CLARK R. V. CLARK V. D. CLARK T. COBEEY PAUL CONNER F. T. COTTER W. F. COX W. C. CULL A. R. DICK B. DIERS R. DIVAN B. F. DOUTHIT G. D. DRIVER C. O. ECKLES C. L. ELLIS L. W. ELLIS C. R. EKEROTH E. F. WITTE A. E. FILTER R. H. FINLEY C. FLAI-IERTY . D. FLORINE G. FOWLER R. FRANKLIN C. NI. FREY ROBERT F.-GANTT L. W. GAUGHER H. L. GAYER ELMER GRABILL A. NI. GRAY P. A. HAOELIN A. L. HARVEY T. HALVERSTADT R. HALVERSTADT O. S. HAND J. HARTNIAN R. O. HAYER HAROLD HAYES C. E. :HINDS T. FIOUGNON R. A. JENKINS . J. JICHA . E. JOHNSON B. IQNUDSON R. V. K.OUPAL E. F. KOVAR A. R. TQRAUSE VERNON LARSON F. LARSEN J. LEROSSIONOL E. LIEBENDORFER H. NV. WITTE ALEXANDER ZAILER .l- C .l C 4 l. LITTREL D. T. LNAE P. D. NIARSHALI. E. C. RICELHANEY Nl. V. NIEEK E. hd. NIILLER R. E. MILLER YV. K. NIILLER MAX A. lNIILLER A. L. RTORGERG J. E. RCTOORE EARLE MOORE F. L. RTURPI-IEY N. B. NIUSSELNIAN C. E. NELSON C. H. NOLDE C. C. NULL BRIAN OIBRIAN P. OICONNER P. B. ORCHARD LEO L. PACE H. PARMENTER hi. O. PAUL J. A. PEEBLER F. S. PEGLER P. F. PHARES H. W. PIKE XV. lN'I. POLK H. PREDMORE J. B. RAYMOND C. REIB-IER D. H. REINIIART L. W. REYNOI.DS J. B. VVJORLEY K. E. Zurz 18 B. F. ROHRBAUGH L. E. ROLFE H. ROTHROCK V. W. RUSSOM WV. L. SAGE R. SAUNDERS E. SCHAUI-'ELBEROER ALFRED SCHEIBEL CARL A. SCI-IEIBEL C. B. Scorr E. WV. SHAW SAMUEL SIMON R. A. STAVA F. H. STI-:OI-I J. D. STEVENS R. A-1. STURM J. SUTHERLAND O. P. TAYLOR A. E. TENHAEFF R. L. THEISEN XV. T. TINKCOM VV. L. ITOYVNSEND J. S. ULRICH R. WFANIER V. K. VJIELE R. H. WIVALKER R. E. XVENKE FERN L. VVERBER R. XVI-IITE BOYD S. XVILLETS LEROY XVILLIAMS R. W. WILSON W. H. WVILSON H. D. .YATES DINNER CLUB COMMERCIAL A bs btbunl nf ummme The School of Commerce was established by the Board of Regents in May, IQI3, with Professor E. LeRossignol, of the Department of Economics and Commerce, as the Director. The rapid growth of the School since its establish- ment has been evidence of the wisdom of their action. During the year IQI3-I4 there were approximately 50 students enrolled, the following year the enrollment was increased to 175, and during the present year the enrollment has exceeded 250. ln addition to the students regularly enrolled in the School of Commerce many students from other departments of the university have registered for one or more Commerce courses, so that the registration in the course in Economics and Commerce has increased to an even greater extent. The establishment of the School of Commerce implies a recognition of the fact that business is rapidly becoming a profession similar to the professions of law, medicine, engineering, and the like, and that the principles underlying successful business effort are being reduced to a teachable form. To enter successfully upon a profession requires a broad and thorough training in the Arts and Sciences in addition to the training in the principles and technique of the profession. Instead of demanding the training in the Arts and Sciences preliminary to the training in business, the School of Commerce has so arranged its work as to combine the vocational and cultural work throughout the four years of the college course. This enables a student to satisfy at the same time the requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences for the degree of Bachelor of Arts and the requirements of the School of Commerce for the Commerce Certificate. Also the course of study has been made elastic enough so that the student may emphasize such studies, either cultural or vocational, as may best suit his individual needs. Broadly speaking, the aim of the School of Commerce is to train business executives, that is, to prepare men to occupy the administrative rather than the subordinate positions in business. The problems of business administration are continually growing more difficult and complex, and it is essential that the business man appreciate and understand fully all the forces without his business which have an influence upon it, and that he have a knowledge of those forces within the business which must be properly co-ordinated and directed. He must possess the ability to grasp the relation which a particular business establishment bears to other business establishments and to the community in which it is located. The university is well fitted to furnish this perspective which is essential to the highest type of business success. O. R. NIARTIN 420 1114 1 f' 1 ,, , 11 1 , 51112, 11. x!',: 1715, wa:- 41' 1,111 I1 1' 15, 1f1f.! 311, i1 ' .111 ,,1 ,,1" 1 ,1! 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Ei 7 -,,.-.:-:iff g - ?':1 E' 'nm 10" IW' I n E unI1""" I I I pllll E 3 3 rezglililehit Qntietp Baehr Nliller Burns Chesley Humphrey Shubert VVoods Knothe Thompson Luclcey Moates Thomas Huestis Stewart Surber Crandall Carlson Amick hforgan B-lathieson Pullen Eyerly Fahrenbruck 'Weeth Bolton Hardin Troup hiahan Rrazda Yoder Hoffman johnson Fouts Hofer Copeland Rose Angle Wfeymuller YVollcott Rockwell Gerry Nfills lX'Iinthorn Never in history has the Pre-hffedic Society seen a year of such extravagant happenings as was this. Never has Dame Nature poured such bountiful blessings from her lavish horn. For our numbers have been greater, and our Wits keener to grasp passing opportunity. And it came to pass that when We assembled in the fall we were called together in a great meeting for the purpose of calling down upon us for the rest of the year the great spirit Pep. The annals of the doings of our people for the rest of the year bear Witness to the success of the meeting. Never has the Spirit permitted any other false gods to replace our Worship of a Greater Nebraska and a Greater hledical School. And We have commanded the respect of the rulers and the near rulers. lVe have been called into the great councils of the people. 'We have ourselves furnished two of the four governors of our classes. Those who Would get into power have sought our succor and aid, and have been Willing to award us in bountiful measure. Nor need our record of good things stop here. Our neophytes number more than ever before. The prophets have foretold that they, filled with the fire of the memcry of this season's success, will add greater achievements to our record. They have even foretold that soon the great spirit Pep will choose us as this people, discarding his former favorites of the other corner of the campus, the Laws. 424 -- -5---X, I l i ' ' L. .li l l wld. lx 5, xigiii lr fra. fi' 'lt lil iii i ll.-'ini llliffl lla lil lm la lf? 55" lg li thillf my ' 1, fi lu ll-1 Q. L Y-il is lil l l, il" il ll .X 'iii is li s If 1 iii l fl H ri l? T: ill TI I Y ,Ist .,. ,I nf l T ii '1 II gl .i 1 fl-1, l. l' .l , I E.. 'lil 7' fi W1 ,X fll filli- Vi ll .viii W tl, Wg .Nfl Vllli 'l fl wl 1 gulls llj l ly. .Lx wilt' li l . 1, 3.-1 l lil Ei ll' lil E-I ill rl. 'iff .u, . -X W. 1 , l . PRE-MEDIC OFFICERS Gerry Angle Weymuller Ford Mills Matouselc I-Ieustis E sz latinas Man I want to know intimate gossip about people. I want to be possessed of the family secrets of everyone. I Want to be authority on the subject of Why Elaine left her husband and ion what grounds Arabella will endeavcr to get a divorce. I Want to explore family closets for past naughty conduct. I want to be able to call on rich Widows or some youthful ingenue at unearthly hours of the night or day Without exciting talk from the neighbors. I Want to be able to call on Eilly's wife Without arousing his jealous suspicions. I Wish to hear from I-Iortense's own lips about her escapades with the Italian viclinist. I Want to be a doctor. Selected? -125 PRE-MEDIC PROFESSORS DALES BARKER LYMAN BORROWMAN STEVENS WOLCOTT FRANKFORTER SKINNER POOL '?""'vn 15,1 km' f ..J'E. 'thy f 4.. f , J' Q . .1 Sv Q9 E .,, .. V -49.23.-Ei z... 5 1 f '. 1 ' 11 "W" "UI ,AM W 4 Y! ,,..1,1 VX1, N,-X 1,, Y c-fgjl ,L , , - 1 ffrp Y W ,Q Q, N 1 X ff. , N X1 'A wif-N ff? - 1' L" ', 1 "ww W' ' Wt W H M A ' WT F UM 21 W, '41 L 155-1 , ,-1, '. Ll' fl Z1 IA 1 ' :lf X 1 Q ,, , ,,, ffl!! Myf: lgx' ' ' 1' ,. ,AH 1,3 F 9 Q ln , :N Vi V? , 1 XIV .fe , . XA ,M 'lx t, ,1. , I1 WF x ? W vx :F 1 Y qi xl. vfu .:' M: !lX Hi- Wil KN il' 1. m ful' v' 'xrv 11 v ' V, liv W3. 5 gx 11 g !: 1 l4 gl ill, 3 Tk il 1- s I W ull ,HI 1 ',v :WEN 3 WZ!- 1 ll' X 1 if 'E 4,11 I 1 5 ,UH , f M mi. 4 P ,ff 1 V swf, l ji. Vll X A . AV' - A I LM' E lx I V: MY f,'- X :L VU. lffg ,ME iw ' x ' 'N Yu l 1 if W, gl ff ' 4 Qi-. I HQ.. ,Q ,vQ,,,, A ,,,! ,,,,,,, , Q,,-,.y' W , WN- -Y---.x i f lu 1 'I Q Q VL ' N 'ii S Xl , j rf,,,u5.Q6l ' ..":RQx1 -E. " Wi ' Qmsggx X 1 " - ' - ' E gigs-Jfex W 5' 'V N 12 X3xQQ,i1f1 E J Q I ft, mgigfbf ! Ex X E N 'H E X E ' Q W ' I X 1 ' qi. k ? RSC x,m1,vffy4 UU gm af'1,g,.L ?1f!j,Ny'Q,ygZ,XW42L "2 L, K .7 ,.-' . . X1 N ' X ' - ' yzfaizgzff " -55,5-25fA' f yzuhnmu . fl f .M -El-Ll. X A ami, fm mg! P Qgrinulture Culluh T'HE "AG" CLUB The "Ag" Club at Nebraska had its beginning during the school year of 1909- IO. The men who lead in organizing and founding the society were Mr. C. F. Chase and lVIr. Vere Culver both being graduates, and men who are Well acquainted with the needs of rising agriculturalists. The fundamental purposes of the club are to promote good fellowship and to create a greater interest in matters pertaining to agriculture which are not taken up specifically in the class rooms. Nleetings are held semi-monthly, at which time prominent speakers are placed on a program to entertain the members. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER GUY L. BUSH - - - P1-eyidenz - - - PAUL H. STEWART HAROLD G. NEFF - Vice-Prerialent - - - LEO MCSHANE ARTHUR W. TNGERSOLL - Secretary - - NOEL RHODES EDWARD PARTRIDGE - - Treafurfv' - G. A. BLOTZ 130 A may li. . 1 li L. A , , it r l 1 V l l A ii Ki ls L .ii lair tll xtlilxf KX- i-ffl' .lilixx VIE ' "" 4 V I V it all ii iw if: 1 li if ,if Ii 14' ,, llf iii Qii ll lif- 'i eff i 'x ll. iv' 3. K, l, lf llf if' rzj' li' N. il, I lg' lil, li il i -I la li 'l 1 fri, I 1 1. iii? ,i, fl ,, li L l 455 STOCK JUDGING TEAM Rist Gramlich Posson Taylor Townsend lWcReyno1ds FRUIT JUDGING TEAM Porter Prof. Cooper Kelley A. Anderson Ihm S. Anderson 431 wzfz-: .ra 4.41 .r.:,.a.-,:t1. -cc arg: ..,- , L N g I-fx V flier' Y- -:wi -1 it 'Mi in 5-'fir .yoga , . :-YS' l,--- fl 'l if MJ 'LfQ"t3:ff3-2215-5. 'LJ 3--..W '- -L r H L, .3 'NL-.Q J-' 4. '.-J :-917, ll 3, Ti'-Qsga Y-X ," f V, :. " 4',i , ,-:.g . ni.. 4 Hi.-....fg ...-4 '-'t "' 3D'armer's fair The Farmers Fair at Nebraska is an innovation. Similar events have been conducted in other schools with much success and those in charge of the enterprise here have great faith in its ultimate effects. The Lincoln Commercial Club has signiiied their intention of lending aid which will add materially to its support. The prime purpose of the movement is educational. It is hoped that thru this medium people throughout the state will become better acquainted with the School of Agriculture and its Work. There will be a big parade in which the different departments will be represented in a characteristic manner and a general uopen house" will be conducted in the afternoon and evening. In the evening the main attraction will be a ubarn dance" at the Farm. The Farmer s Fair atiNebraska is bound to become one of the most helpful and pleasant of traditions 2 1-f M 1 . 1 i . l i -73? 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N- W L 'AF rw: 1 ffl my Fi' 51 4 ski if fha eb :43 Lai ,fm H11 Lf! ij! ,, ff U! ,J gf lv: - 6? '-1 1 1 S21 .K 323 1 u 11 ff If 1 P, LL gil N H Q QE? SH 52 FEW Q W? A 'S E WH 29 A LL YW fl a fi' we il Ms ll' Pv " Mk A ,,,,,,. ff 'jo-5 Lg--1 in- ' mmf,- ,h1--'- I 1 HOME ECONOMICS q:...... QICKET5 HERE? XDRXWAQHCCT' f DEBATE 4 L -W ff' ls "iii h Agmgq . .1 1' gg L, - J Y' it V I, X4 Eehating Qieams X sq A", 5-'fy 'ni 1' ,f4x.1- 35 bf, anim W4 at lu Q H11 EH ? Fe if 1 9" wr .,. .M 1 ai 1 v 1 V hh hi E: H Carr Poll-1 Zlmmerman Swenson Li Y w' fxl AFFIRMATIVE ij Lf M M1 '- rx' W: ii Li 5 if hi EE HW aw gy xr "Hn Es -u2!"Q ny 59 553 .Q 1 if-u 1 Xl, 55 Schwab Waring Chambers Schofield F5 W NEGATIVE if! Pi 436 , ,g4g,i4:,gI144gg-.,.,g..,L.gl.gY fg x X - .W V H , ,-.,..,,.,-........... Q., U ' 9, - . -,... ..w.-.,.1..N.g.,,v..--Wffgz x EST . iligsf 'lf fi. ,Ii 1.1 1 1. fl J ri A ill ll 'l 1 Il I ui 1 L, rar a . "w fi ,r -1 ' 1. 1 ln L. 1, . F' -x 1, . , 1. 1 ei il 3. Y. will IWW, .M irq AMW? if 5 F5 lr ll .3 g ll l " ri! - J, Yi, I Nl 1, , 1 Ji' ' Ili lv iii ll vi. ,S :GU il 'fl li. . lil ji Ulf LP' Pm I 'li 'l ll: r' Hi I li il fi lfl E :gl L' ' gl ll, ll pl ,. I ii li. iff Ji' gl fl sl 3 la 5 It , . ll il ill .t ,il itil? all ,' ml li, fi 'i 1 g,iIlfi AA: QM, . in l 1!l"Q .iliehraskailansas Rebate DECEMBER ro, 1915 RESOLVED, That the United Slater Should Immediately and S'11bftamf1'aZly Ivtereare its Af1'mame1tt Cffrmament Being Taken to .Mean Both Forcer and Equipwfemj TEMPLE THEATRE, LINCOLN GOVERNOR JOHN H. MOREHEAD, Preyidiv-Lg UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA A'ff'maz!ive 1. Samuel C. Zimmerman, Law '16 3. Everett E. Carr, Law '17 5. A. C. Swenson, '17 UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS Negative 2. Raymer M.cQuiston, '16 PROE. M. M. Fooo ffm im-afzf Man" tg: 71,2 6 REBUTTAL 8. lVIr. Zimmerman 7. Mr. NlcQuiston IO. NIE Carr 9. NIL Davidson 12. Mr. Swenson 11. Nlr. Shinn JUDGE C. G. LEE PROF. PAUL E. PECK. Ames, Iowa History, Grinnell College PROP. JACOB XXANDERZEE Political Science, University of Iowa TIMEKEEPERS PROF. H. T. I-I1LL, Kansas PROF. W. L. POPE, Nebraska BUSINESS MANAGER . DARRELL T. LANE, '17, Law '16 Assistants-Ivan G. Beede, '18, Roy Harney, '17, DeVVitt Foster, 18 FRASER HALL, LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY OE KANSAS UNIVERSITY OE NEBRASKA If-m7'77'L6ZZ'i?'E Negative I. Clarendon Havinghurst, '18 I. Chas. E. Schofield, '17 3. VVallace O. Hake, Law '17 4. Guy Chambers, Law '16 5. Odis H. Burns, '16 6. Harold Schwab, '16, Law 'IS REBUTTAL S. Nlr Havinghurst 7. Mir. Schofield Io. Nlr. Hake ' 9. Mr. Chambers II. B-Jr. Burns II. EIL Schwab TIVO TO ONE EOR NEBRASKA BGTH DEBATES PROF. CLARK NI. BRINK English Literature, Kansas Agricultural College DARIUS A. BROWN, Esq., Kansas City, NIO. PROF. E. C. GRIFFITHS History, Political Science and Debating, YVilliam Jewell College -137 Qilass Rebate Young lXfIurphy Keegan Cull Quextionz Resolved that the .Monroe Doctrine Should be Aboliyhed. Sophomore Team-WVinners Preliminaries were held on February 26th, the Juniors Winning from the Seniors and the Sophomores from the Freshmen. Finals on hlarch 24th, Phi Beta Kappa Day, the Sophornores coming out victorious. JUNIOR TEAM Eldridge Beynan Laverty 438 SENIOR TEAM Weber Burritt Pascale FRESHMEN TEAM Troster Troendly Kline Barnett 439 Ufinihetsitp xtensinn Umvirnsirv WEEK CAST 1915 UNIVERSITY WEEK The origin of University Week is interesting. The idea came to Nebraska from Vlfisconsin through the Nlinnesota Debating Team that met Nebraska here in December 1910 on "Restriction of Immigration? At the banquet following the debate one of the speakers tcld about the University YVeek of Wfisconsin and Nlinnesota. Phi Alpha Tau, the honorary public speaking fraternity, at once took up the movement for such a week here, but in the end it fell to the Innocents of 1914-1915 to really bring the thing to pass. University YVeek as known elsewhere and here is a sort of Lyceum Course compressed into four or five days of the NIarch vacation. Several university organizations make the trip to the cities of Nebraska, following one another on successive nights. The purpose of this movement has been and is to acquaint the people of the state with what sort of young people make up its state university, to get the students in touch with the peopleg and to advertise the school and its activities. The first University 'Week was made up of the Band, Glee Club, Road Show, Dramatic Club and Doctors Eaves and Condra as lecturers. These five attractions made Seward, Osceola and David City. The untertaking involved about 110 people, cost over S700 actual expenses, pleased the cities visited immensely and no doubt did great good to all concerned. About S70 was the average net profit made by each of the three towns, they having paid for the week S135 and enter- tainment. The young people were taken into the best homes and were treated royally and had the best opportunity to become acquainted with the people whose money supports the school they were representing. A University VVeek Association composed of the Innccents, the Black hfIasques and interested professors have direct responsibility for the carrying out of Uni- versity Week each year. Always they have found their greatest hindrance in the lack of university patriotism in students and faculty. Disinterested service without pay for the good ofthe school with very little 'fadvertisingu these University VVeek promoters must expect. It is to be regretted that students and sometimes faculty members have not quite measured up to the fullest ideal of work for Uni- versity VVeek5 of what they can put into the movement and not for what they can get out of it. Nevertheless the movement has already attained such a momentum, such a scope, and such a popularity, that it will doubtless become a Nebraska tradition speedily. 440 4' -Q-i 1 f--r-+ --Y I J..-- - gl F 'GE D E IEEE ,. -. I I I :Ig I . . A !" 1 A I A f' li . fi! L ,I jug Ml, Ll J ,il li lil I L F V ' zl . A ' ' fl :II I . DARRELL T. LANE, Manager ll if , . , , IQ gl Qbctensunn week wfflcers 1 fl Md1Zdg6T I ' DARRELL T. LANE, ,16 'D Hfiwiftafnt Md71d.gET5 lj AXEL SWENSON, ,I7 I ' RAYMOND I. SAUNDERS, S17 51 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I QI Family I C PROF. H. W. CALDWELL DEAN MARY GRAHAM fl T. A. VVILLIAMS If ll' Black Mafquzf fi MARIE CUSACK ll I NHESTER WYMAN l LOUISE BROWNELL Wg 111110661115 WILLIAM F. :NOBLE IQ MARCUS L. POTEET I HAROLD J. SCHWAB 1, ' SCHEDULE FOR 1916 C' 1 Enemy Town: M Band Seward Debate y David City University Players North Bend Glee Club Schuyler Lecturer Fremont German Dramatic Club 441- I A-l' E 3 L. I 1-4. l Zkusmet 3311113 Allison Poteet Spencer Nloser Nelson Burr Schwab Chace Talbot Doyle Folsom Elliott ACTIVE CHAPTER LOUIS R. DOYLE HAROLD SCHWAB ELLSWORTH NIOSER HARVEY F. NELSON PERCY C. SPENCER KENNETH Y. CRAIG JAMES E. ALLISON ROBERT H. TALBOT PLEDGES NORMAN B. CURTICE DON L. JYALE JOHN B. COOK KARL C. BROWN ' KOSMET PLAYS The Diplomat-1912 The hflatchmakers- IQI3 El Presidente--1914 The Easy Mark-I9I5 The Knight of the Nymphs 442 JOHN G. ELLIOTT WILLARD M. FOLSOM ARTHUR C. CHACE PAUL N, TEMPLE EDWIN NI. BURR MAURICE C. CLARK MARCUS L. POTEET C. LEROY NIEISINGER JOE WY. SEACREST HAROLD G. NEFF JOHN C. YVRIGHT TIQI6 Crai KOSNIET KLUB During the spring of IQII, an idea suggested by similar organizations existing in other universities, formulated itself within the minds of a group of Nebraska students. It resulted in the formation of an organization with the design of presenting a current musical comedy, along burlesque lines, having men in all the roles. The contention from strong opposition, that this would lead to coarseness and extravagant license, caused a modification of the idea, and a reorganization of the Klub with its present purposes and aim. The aim of the Kosmet Klub has been three-fold:-to stimulate and encourage original dramatic and musical composition by offering prizes to contestantsg to add its mite toward proving that theatrical productions may be entertaining and successful although free from coarseness and vulgarity, and lastly, to furnish clean and Wholesome amusement for those who take part as Well as for those who attend the productions. THE IQNIGHT or THE NYMPI-IS 443 ijE???I,- .Af-A I . .I W . . I I -E. ,I . l ramatisz lub -:,-1 Lane Raver L C. Clark Epperson Jones Brown Kruse Beecher Cather Erazim Horne Wilkinson Kimball LY IIClI Swenson Nlaryf:-tt Pierce Becker Reeder Lipsey RIC3q3l'lOI1Ii6llCDlJaI'g6I' Schavland Bickeit Beeler Williams Rowley C. Leyda L. Leyda HUGH AGOR CLARENCE CLARK LOUIS HORNE ALICE HOWELL CLIFFORD SCOTT CLARA XVILSON GLADYS WILKINSON CAMILLE LEYDA LUCILLE LEYDA LXEAURICE CLARK BASHIE TULLY CARLISLE JONES DEWITT FOSTER ESSIE JONES GLAIDETH DENNY NIEL BROWN FORD BATES CHARLVES EPPERSON LEON SNYDER ELMA REEDER ELLA VVILLIAMS TAD KUIBIK PAUL KAUER DON NIARCELLUS DRAMATIC CLUB 444 . .4 ADELE KELLENBARGER ELIZABETH ERIZEM DARRELL LANE CLARA NICEIAHON ' ROBERT XNTARING LENA LIPSEY RIYRTLE BEELER LIZA BICKETTA ERMINE CLARK JACK ELLIOTT LIXXEL SWENSON LINDON LYNCH HAROLD CAMPBELL RUTH BEECHER CAROL KIMBALL CLEO CATHER RUTH HENNIGER FLORENCE NIARYOTT LOUISE SCHAVLAND CATHERINE PIERCE FITARIE ROWLEY EDWARD SHOEMAKER HOWARD VVILSON LUCILE BECKER VI -I l Lf II2.YIVf.:lf'l iff ' 'I I lslx I l I lf 'ma 'II Eff? 2 . in F :I 5 . ' I Ui QI 1 l fl 1 I gg I I Ii EI . Fav I I . I. , ,. I 'I I-I ' ,, ,I IC' ' O J II E 1I. ll QI 35 li IIE, F ' I' li ll Sl if X I Qf l I Qi I gr l I I: l i , A l ' ll: 1 'W III? Lia, f 1 :1":..1gL.,gigl Illl ,D I ,Ig ,." - ll f-,Y N" 1. I I 'I I I l if 1:2 4,111 if ,JP AIA W ,IW ..!I5,?. il' 'ilw ,fljwx Eg l will 51 I 4 IW gl I Ir, EQ? F5 I j .I llg I l I ii gill li 'IIN ll gjl Rl I in ' I Il? I3 F 4 li' gl ii il El lil ll l .l , ,X 4. .' Il .5 ll vi 1 Ml ul ' fzl l I la I! I ll ll ki' 'V IE fb ll if if 1 9' ll 4 Wi erman Eramatis muh Haykin Urbach Hanson VVinter Rabe Herrman Nesbit Dickinson Hatfield Wilson AlcMahon Seeger Staads Blunk Wesland Luckey Kittinger Hinze Campbell Lipsey Schulte Raclke Naber Craft Vlledeking Heppner Swenson Kauffman Kauf Nlontgornery NIAGDALENE CRAFT, MEMBERS Prefidem' MARGUERITE ZKAUFFMAN, Vice-Prey. CAROLYN :KIMBALL SELMA KAUF CLARA STAADS ETHEL KITTINGER JUANITA CAMPBELL HESTER DICKINSON IDA NELSON SALLIE VVILLIAMS JULIA VAN DRIEL CLARA BflCM.AHON CHRISTINE HANSON ANNA LUCKEY HERMINE HATFIELD NAARTHA BAAINTER GENEVA SEEGER LENA LIPSEY PROEES UIQFQ' A4 -gt ge 1 - , ,A I AXEI, SWENSON, Secrfmry GERHARD NAEER, Treafurev' IVIL MONTGOMERY P OBERT NESBIT WALTER HERRMAN XVALTER ELUNK DAVID HAYKIN VVALTER VVESLAND il-,EON SNYDER HERBERT GRUMMAN FRANZ RADKE WILL URBACH FRANZ PAUSTIAN ALEXANDER VVEURTZ FREDERICK RABE ALBERT I. 'WEDEKINO ALFRED HINZE WALTER RAECKE SOR AMANDA HEPPNER, Coach 445 l fi g? zhraska Glen Iuh Starboard Kline Vanderpool Overman Allen Krause Westling Cook Ellis Baer Hardin 'Wm. Kiackey Morris Power Brenker Ackerman Anderson WVallace Biackey Young Wiltse Aldrich Loepp Loder Firfl Tenorr Second Tmorf ALLISON, E. BRENKER, A. H. LOEPP, A. C. NIACKEY, WM. lVIAcKEY, PVALLACE lVliORRIS, L. I. OVERMAN, VV. L. DAVIS, J. D. - Q r fx f zaxwsnf ' ate film..-,. - ,.jQ l i:1.K 1 " -QQ ., Icvfg- 'L --1:' . zu Y. .2 E iff? 'Ti ' " .f f :lf ff LJIPJF 1 . A f Wri a' -"' MRS. RAYMOND, Dirfcfor 4 ACKERNIAN, XV. P ELLIS, L. VV. GEESEN, E. INLLINE, L. VV. NESBIT, A. E. XVESTLING L. L Vzcf P155 7 YYOUNC, R. NI. Pvffzdent Firm Ban ALLEN. F. A., LiZ77'6l7'1.6Z?7. ANDERSON, C. A. LODER, JOHN PENNEY, F. S. VANDERPOOL, NI. W ILTSE, R., T1'ea:1c1'e1' Second Barr BARR, BYRON COOK, E. J. HARDIN, G. L. KRAUSE, A. R. POWER, lvl. H., STARBOARD, E Secretary D. ff v V 1 nebraska Girls I , N BIIISS LOUISE BROWNELL 448 W 0 4 W. 4-wcmm Vx Q mmxwwvmwxmwfxgg-.qw Numa-:mxw-vm Miss JEAN BURROUGHS 449 5 E 2 6 it 4 55 'mi'-'3f'?K.NV3.S1iBE'.Nf3!x "iX'4X'NQQQsFi23SZQ':N KWSN Mis LOUISE C012 450 A1158 JEANETTE FINN EY 451 I Bliss EDNA FROYD 452 1 l A ,.,- MXH! ,M 1, ,, 3, . ., ., wif? W ' H 1,.,u. 1 W1 w ,.! 1 ' 1 x. 1 w v , I if 5? -gk' Fl I ii?" ,iffgj .. 1- .,, Alf. 5' t.., H511 wr, HH il we W QW Ne -,il .. fjil va H Y e: .xy Q l N. 4 117 fIf NV :fp N QW 4 sf., , HI: 1, , Wg ff' 52 rg , ilu 4 1 ". Miss CAMILLE LEYDA 53 MISS LUCILLE LEYDA 454 Miss DORIS SLATER 455 H. , E J ehraska girls In submitting the preceding section to our readers we have attempted to pay a tribute to eight Nebraska girls whom the students by popular choice have decided are the most representative of university Womanhcod. This is a de- parture from the Beauty Section which has been used in former years to display physical perfection and is an attempt to recognize what we choose to call the HRM! Nebraflea Girls." WNx i Qi-x 6 N ? -'iw'-5. 1 - i t Kim'--.jx n cv rbhxx I W Rb' 1 x lx H4 .. III . 1 il!! ge , X Wh- X D 456 H 1 v 9,1 an , N.. '1 ,s 3, 4. J The jjlilirtnr -f"'X X N f Xb! f. x, FX 1 A X ' f Q X N Ewtghf. K1P5ch 0 Wad the power the giftie give us To see ourselves as others see us. 1 -Bum THE OLD J me DQKIFSC T X Qf sf X '92 ZX, if W 1 A f 7 Ti-is: NEW- HQ I This world is bound to rack and ruin 'Ere you and T decease False Gods and vice both hold full sway Corruption cant increase. ,Tis well grandma did take her flight Up the golden stairs, Our customs of today would be An insult to gray hairs. VVhen she a lass was queen of queens VVith dimples in her chin To boast of Leap Year as her chance Most thot it quite a sin. If the secret of her heart she told 'Twas in a quiet way. She whispered with a maiden's blush For him to name the day. She met him in the garden bower After the day of toil Her hands, her lips, her feet, her eyes W'ere free from vulgar soil. The birds above caroled a song, The strain, their favorite lay. In love she waited at his feet They kissed, he named the day. 4 But things have changed since these good times The world should be ashamed. The devil's tools dwell in our midst, The suffragettes are blamed. Cradle and home as mother's chief pride Forsooth have lost their charm The vvoman's minds now roam at large On trouble bent, and harm. Of war, of votes, of nation, state Continually she rants, Usurps man's rights and privileges Yea, even to his pants. On Leap Year she doth rule the world. Wvith cruel abusive power No deed too base, no act too low The mistress of the hour. Nlere man is bound by hand and foot And dragged up to the altar, Is hanged, is shot, is crucified If he should dare to falter. Ol Days, Ol Hours, O! hffoments divine. Ol Seconds that have been, Bring back your bliss, your time so sweet, And set things right again. Angle Leyda C. ' Froyd Reeder Holland Bron nell Mills Howard Dommx l THE BRIDES' CLUB ACTIVE CHAPTER NOT SHOWN FRCYD HCLLAND ROWLEY BEELER LEYDA C. HOWARD PETIT RUSSELL ANGLE DOMINY VVEESNER ATXVOOD BRCWNELL lVlILLS FOSTER TAYLOR REEDER COE, LOUISE IVIARIE CUSACK Clair pledgfb 459 1 ll PLEDGES CURTICE NIITCHELL NIARION lxmur fUnd fldfdb l Sunshine and fruit were meant for the few Nly intentions are good and my heart beats true But strive as I may thru all of my life, No mortal man lives to call me his wife. 460 HOW VVE KNOW THEM THE ATHLETIC' DIRECTOR lVIary: Now Guy, I have been wanting to see you for several days. I certainly don't approve of the manner in which you have been chaperoning a number of dances of late. The word comes to me that you are much Worse than any of the children. Guy: Well now Nlary, let's be friends. You know that Nebraska has no stronger supporter of morals and proper conduct than I. XVell, how are you anyway? You're certain- ly looking fine. Mary: Oh, do you really think so? But to return to business-Say several people have told me that same thing about my looks within the past few days. But about this dance chaperon- ing, you left the other night at ten olclock. I don't really feel so well tho since I had that bad fall on the ice last winter. You remember. I like to never got over that. I always like to feel young and enjoy things that the young people- Guy: Wlell Goodbye, lVIary, I see Florence has the gleam of expectancy ..?.i, , p IL in her eye. See you again. -I f'LyQ ' - . J f ' EQ! -1 L7 A I I E -- V ,xy ' E 12' 0 ! .I 1 avfii,-an ' Pg32?EEi":"'?HEEE T' i ,?r4l-u:W'------ ix -Vffgggzgr I X . ? J ll f ,fur fa uf -ff 4 l. ll Lamawflkbiw- - 1 FA .Q lllil la fl' Sesl I '1Qi f4 . ..... . gg Q 5 xg wb . ri . t'-1?z.?""1 JT "' 'Ti' f N 2 N R TE 1. r ff 1 2 2?-'S WS 0: ' M it 'aim . - . . x ll! N ""' , f 4 i iilllll.-low 4' . 1 Wilt' NY :raw Nlllll I - I 3 umm 5 4 - 5 Q, by ki mi T2 , 1 - f -ai o rg, X ? -- so ,499 '-I 4 oooggg i'n'W,. i f-'J' A QT ':-f--' W- "" - 20. A -' Q? e ms f e 3 3 ' W i l - V i 2,5 -ing When You were a Baby and I was a Kid Next Door Marvelous! Wonderful Control Over Lincoln's Noise 461 1 I 1 1 vw VR l! THE "LAWS" AND SUCCESS All the Laws sing, "Roll Up Yonclern All the Laws, "Gang-fs All Here 'LArouncl Her Neck, A Yellow Ribbon And then they close Three Beers HOW WE KNOW THEM E rf f . " S Theres just three 'things that they f I-Imilllllll pg ' can do ust three places they excell They re the king of sluiiers 'They do that very Well VV1th the ladies they are killers At least they think they are .,-'Ill 1 ! X " T-,-- Z, ll hx cases 'Y ""' Tl The Old Green River Bar gi SH 7 cc aa f A ' 'v Q4 llll HI 1 1 IF ,xfl I ,. W .ull H ? xg J 7 nulvlllllfnmnlmf 1: 1 u ' 7 7 t Ill! I r vin, -I 5 v-M . .- I ,1 w r. . . . we 1 f vi?-'f gl T 7 ? ,fd N ill' W I "Z Ei li ' 9' K . I Sl 'I UL- , . -' ' ' . 2 , f H 2 9. 4 fs Therte s Just pne place they try thelr If Lf Q i -' 5 T " n L 1 'fp A ' cc - ' 77 -'B-' ,Q T A Y 'Q l' "rg ++ ' A "fl .--- 'V rr C ' L WK 4 O 'Where is lX'Iy Wondering Girl To-night? 63 B , N Q g , :if , Q 2 x ' 1' ' ' 'L M4 ! H . Q M aiiskgg mm fl., .M E 'S 3 9 -9 4 X 1ff"j'1i' f WEST ' Ax 1:1 .AN M. 'fri' X swf?-rf,-lag E E .E Y I kg. ., J- A 'vi :darw- sLeg?'?m It W1 9 5 -5, :fn :gn 5: g Home W ,. -.-. ., I 5 ES' EE QE.. ,f ,,-3 5 ,L Q L' f I I R+- E E5 sslx mj if Q L-a X ,T um r r M U NI UNM MQ .u IIIHIUH I , ,. - ' N5 ' ',, ,, , f Q , ' ---' H 2 X J, 1 + m x ffm '-ffl I HHHIH HH - H """'d I Put Me to Slee NVith an Old Fashioned Melody If fou dor1't be nice, you'1l have to come ught P 3 ' h h I , mto t e ouse. .3 0 e r- 1, -Lax' ip - iriqhs II llludlli Amsuqulun IIVIIHII 'EL U' MII! If ' lllll Al lllllggl lglill-' . ly ln5"I IIIUIIH x llllll Ill Il ll lll ll lll ll l lb ll 'IMI 'Il IF? sn B .' .. Whene'er you see a fellow With low cut shoes of yellow And a keen penchant to show That he loathes the common pun With a manner most pedantic And eyes that gaze romantic He's a highbrow in the sense That he'd make you think he's one. TT:,ni X i , . j 'I v- MMV x 'U ' Tiff i n 5, ll I E 2 it I l' ' . iff kf 4 VV yy If - ef ' f l X My . ,ff r f if l, ' 7: X T 1 p D Kmstn- N If his tie is black and flowing And he's ever bent on showing What a stack of books he owns And what reading he has done If he rants of Brieux and Ibsen And scorns the art of Gibson He's a highbrow in the sense That he'd make you think he's one. If he loathes all spicy joking And shuns all drink and smoking just to boast how much he ranks Far above the common run lfVell just put it brieHy, This man's a damphool chiefly And a highbrow in the sense That he'd make you think hels one. PHI GAM TWAIL Three letters in one year. hfiercy Goodness! This beautiful photo to be used on Fiji rushing cards next season instead of the usual modest number of IQ pledges, the local chapter expects a respectable number. The Y.NI.C.A. and the Lincoln Com- mercial Club have been their closest competitors during the past year. 465 ,VM H Vail , na-- , it f 1 '-,V 1. .:-3, A ..,if- . -.. ' 1f."' we 2 .. ,. 1,- .f4. if 7: 1, l 1 1 fi w X... -i,. Cannons To The Right of Them Cannons To The Left of Them Volleyed and Thundered- It was the first campus picnic of spring and Wiillard and Ira were out together with their ladies for "a timef' First the girls said, KNOW boys, snap us on the cannon" and then the lads not to be outdone by the cleverness of the ladies Were also snapped on the cannon.. fglji Lunch was eaten beneath the shade 11 of a spreading banana palm. The iglj girls had prepared a Wonderful little feed and Bill ate until he Was almost sick. f y These pictures do not show half the T ' zest, animation and spirit of the occasion. After all the "eats" had been devoured Bill immediately sug- gested that he had to meet his father at the Saratoga and altho the girls had planned on a little joyride in the Premier they Were forced to speed the parting guest and feel content that the afternoon had been one of the most pleasant. ZEPPELIN ATTACK HOW VVE KNOW' THENI T f V Y V V HN: Y ' v l if ' : W " t F tt ff H-77.2 The Watch On The Rhine YY ll ' lf H- , I HN ll Next to Your Nlother X, ' cb -- i YVho Do You Love? i .. i- cg ..... . W fl 'gfff' 'fi V I i' 1 I .l.,i,g!ififQ,.'-1,.,,.1.L:..i4QilLi,l li ' " iblixb- Y ... 7,-, - ,,Jxbi,T THE CAB BAN Dean Nlary Graham was indignant about it and the Inter-Frat Council thot it decidedly undemocratic, so they decreed that no fraternity or sorority should be allowed the privilege of using cabs at a formal except in "inclement weatherf' ' The "inclement weathern phrase, that was the avenue of escape. From observation we judge every man to keep his barometer next to his heart. If the woman was one he loved the weather was always inclementg if she happened to be a lime, the skies were always clear and the night fair. And so we find that "inclement weatherv covers all the situations that Old Nlan Weather may concoct. It means the blizzards of the plains which drive the cattle into the shedsg it means the gales of the ocean which bullet ships as toys at sea. It means the storms of the heart and soul which may rage with fury altho ex- ternally all is well. It means the storm of love within the breast which boil and surge as the wild waves against the rocky coastg it means the showers of spring where the only water to be seen or heard is the idle pattering of slushy, gushy words. Verily, Ccnsistency Thou Art a Jewel. These pictures indicate that woman is the real cause for breaking the Cab Rule. 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KL L :Qai- is Sl .F F" 17' fn IV ' QQ, ljlimis NW 1 4 1 HEAv1Es CORNHUS KER DAYS Ccrnhusker days, so clear to me- Those happy days of yoreg The happy times I used to have 'With Smithy, Jones, and Moore. Those days will never come again But I can see them now Between the covers of this bookg It gladclens me, somehow. For years and years will pass away And I'll be lonely then, Unless I pick this old book up And see my friends again. I'll not know where they all live, But Illl remember themg This book will be a comfort 'Twill be a priceless gem. -IQE PEKAR I 1 sr --1 "Betty" and "Max" I iM!'5 How fast she forgets them. 471 'IBILIY' IX'Iy name is Bill Noble, and I am all that my name in- dicates. You undoubtedly have heard about- my being one of the members of the Peace Expedition which has quieted the greatest war of history. Thru diligence and habits of industry I am also a member of the Owl Club other- wise and vulgarly known as Phi Beta Kappa. Forgot to mention Phi Kappa Psi. lKlx!LLX"1'!7 This is little Mathew I-Ierold whom the sheriff is now pur- suing. Thru trickery and steam roller he elected himself Treasurer of the Latin Club and escaped with the collection box. I-le is the only male member of the Club and was naturally respected and loved by all the other members. The night before he left he moved all the sisters to tears by a stirring paper on 'fThe Sun Nlythf' The Sigma Chi brethem have settled the loss. NEP!! None of the Epperson family could ever stand "Noise" 'Why father wouldn't allow any of us boys to have a horn or whistle. It is my earnest desire to remove all noise and vices from the campus. After several attempts I have at last gained control of the "Rag," the students official organ and believe me the old boy has some tunes to handle before the end of the year. WVatch me for "Noise," "Single Tacksu and "The Students Onion." K ., XX is .Q , 1,1112 Si- J X 1 A l" I pd' . it tt rl F ,fl-EW ' IL ll-E ' ll r he it If A 51" ills E -. 1 . ,,, 1 o ne -W-L ff' Wider IfVill There Be Any Stars? 472 V J 1 1 f N -mm -,-...:...-.,,-,.Aw,A , , ,. ., Y V THE CORNHUSKER BANQUET An excellent place to try out your arm at throwing loaf sugar, glasses, and all table lixturesg zz good place to hear a cabaret providing it isn't lateg a renclez-vous for story tellersg and incidentally an opportunity to pay homage to a victorious football team. For all this Wealth of chance you are only taxed a dollar. 1 THE GIRLS CORNHUSKER PARTY Given the same night as the Cornhuslicr Banquet but for distinctly clillerent reasons. The girls are here safe from the prying eyes of the world and they surely take advantage of it as may be seen from the "costumes," JACK BEsT's CHAIR This chair was pur- chased from the pro- ceeds of a collection taken at the Corn- husker Banquet and presented to Nebrls Grand Qld lVlan, Jack Best, as a token of the 'Usa 4 esteem and reverence felt toward him by loyal Nebraslcans. The old fellow is aging fast and he finds this chair a comfort in his quarters at the "Gyrn,' FRESHMEN SATURDAY PROGRAM 6 6 7 7 7 7 8. 9. 9 9 IO IO IO IO IO II II II II II II II I2 I2 ZOO :3o -oo :3o 545 149 O2 OO 545 59 15 zo 37 43 go or 04 I5 27 28 38 58 go 45 a.m. Slave driver drags you from the dovvny heather. Don old clothes and prepare for day of service. Usual sinkers and Java for sustenance. Beat rugs Polish roomy's shoes Beat rugs VVash Lincoln Alurnnils machine Beat rugs Polish Hoors Take roomy his break- fast Polish floors Draw roomyls bath Polish floors Rub roomy's back Polish floors Press roomyis trousers Wash Windows Find roomyis continued story Chase Hy specks on Window pane "fb-.aaa Q il Q i..,... . .,,,,..,,..,. ,V--'G -H '-'t""'Il11 g lvslillillllmill.iilllllli Lend roomy some to- -I bacco P Dust the furniture CQ Drive Hy from roomy's ear RCSY Ulltil l1lf1Ch 12:46 Lend roomy more to Cook saved nothing- baggy more Work 12:66 pm. Nothing to do Clean the yard until tomorrow. 4 76 EFFICIENCY ON THE RAC STAFF If "Ep,' was as handy on the type- writer as he is at entertaining the young ladies on the piano he' might hush the "Noise7' put across the Single Tax and build a Student Union. HOW WE KNQW7 THEM m mm, ,, f ll ? ew?12qZVZXYgvZYZ52W2vZvZl I EEF' P U ,ls if-I Z1 ..... If George could "Wride" news as fast and Well as he rides this charging War-horse, We would always have the best college paper on the market. Vile give our readers four guesses to find the editor of the "Non Compos Nlentisn column. ' Qn, " a V B00 .JTIIHIIIIIIILIID I Hllllllllllllllll Ill Hllllllllfnx 1 I 1,1 J 1 1 5 'Q 4 ff' aj 4 LJ ' 1 li-Miegnl ,hug Jill in lli,Il,.llll,l lll,Jli H Ii II I I :I :D K it , p Q p F ,Ya i y . ... ' -1 ' . i...a . 'ff f ...Li '-.- . '7-'P -W-if Q fr- - r 1-'.............. 4' . m... .-. ....... ' g -,-3-, 51:1-l-3 l a, FE :I 1 ' gf . - , .... ..- -, ,x.,', 'ui-:,.,"?'g1 Al: -Z - - f , v: 1 , - ' - 1. - -' W -f' -' f i- -- ' - ll -.- -1 ' , . . 1' 5- 'f' 1 :::::' 5 """ ": '. f-5 ff: ' I v v: vrgxr M -1 5:3535 'QM ff!! Mimi-if ,Oi E : H gv:::: fa, m Q-ffqffg. 5,21 -: I w it If ya 9-5 :S ' ...H 4, . ' ':', - ,g 3. ,. . - iw:-,fir 1- - fa : ... -: Z , -,,:, -4,.,,- .. ,..... .- - ,- . .x :my , l ,W H75 igyg w 21.1lm:li'li':Hif.:mll:l rig' i . ..- i. , J, my -- ff 1 5 - 2 X, , Ji X will 1'- Nlary and Her Lambs Pnor. Scorr P1 The morning he gave a speech at the football rally. Note his easy manner and attitude of control. 477 REASONER LONG BARTLETT HALLIGAN FOSTER "AG" BARTLETT - - - P1-efident Vic HALLIGAN - M'iZle Boy DEWYITT FOSTER - - 11-1-ifgator FRANK LONG ------ Sheep Herder BOB REASONER ------ Gezrdener GRADUATE MEMBERS JOE POMERENE DAX7E MEEKER CHET DUDLEY A society founded and maintained for enlightenment and pursuit Of all matters pertaining to the Field and Farm. 478 THE HEAVENLY CHOIR Our motto is "Flowers .for the living as well as the dead.'7 If a man is identified with really worthy aims he should receive his reward here as Well as hereafter. The above page is submitted as a tribute to the men mentioned. In addition to those shown we Wish to give special recommendation to Honest T. G. Everts, Painfully Honest Austin, Main Pillar Pier, David Sunday Bowman, Scrupulously Clean Harper, and countless others ofthe men who have heard the vcice of tempt- ation but have put their hands to their ears and listened not. 479 Wfhen the levers of spring are in their first heat Our troubles are math, of lit and of Greek, The soul longs in vain for the sesame keys, To open the portals to scenes just like these. HOW WE KNGW THEM Y ix Z g X xxx X 1 L 6 Q "' S OPEN H0V5E Q WELGO N 1 "'i K-I V-l ,MI 2 Q Wx' .fm l lu rua 'qw' Ai IA 1: ,I , , .,, Magi? Flu'-IH ,img .vat-Q.. tsr ibeh l- 5L4sQ!!'ipf9--ff' ' - gs 'Z E l g iXi.TTiRs"Xx ffm xgfsi i - . !f, li' ME -Q - . -. --- .. 5 i . E ' 1 .11:-7-,.., -1 0- Ei 2. psf 53? ., "' . ' ' Q ag! l. jIQ'Q-Q:fl'jl EE 5' . -E513 . , -r"- - -- 'r " 4 L "N I '-ff. ' 4" . - F49 s, . J? Av' Our late manager has left us, not any money but lots of grief. He has gone to join the great army of laborers. This is the irony of fate for anyone Who cant find labor enough here is blind. Vlfe 'Wish him success and he will have a great many more things wished on him if We don't make a million della-rs apiece. 480 .ffl,.,5' JK: Q' y .A-A t,f:Uk'Ji F? ,fl !J1ff.,M.F1.E Y- , .5 1- . ,. ,.- 1 11 .n.1A.f-- V.,f, f--x p . , .. - ,uf f.,ff,,f-'-1, 1 A .1-,gf .' ,3 ,gl i -L , 1, K u ff 1 V - ., - , ww .-1 - , U ,, .f . . Y, N, , , , Vff- 4. , ,rf ,.-V L -,,..,2 ,. .J . , ., ,. K ,, ,,., , , , 'H-w,-Aff --,.,-A., AY:w-,L, 1- ':,,,w..,,, Hg -,,,,,F-WM "gy 3 Iiwq' 3, W x Ha .mx ,, F L gvigfg k W ' K. E2K5ii?? ,??-MEA miityjl ,MH EW Mia 'ggfwgig 5:'1fm Fi 5: WW EWS if 4,155 !,1if'-31 Uk IZ? I' ,J ':l fL'e i M W M ,Mlm su lu V 5 ,Q L ITE Vw ri H , 21 ' 'x ii 51 'I ' vl gi N1 fl Q il , lJ,'1 xv W W 1 Q1 in : 'Q lil V W N 1,1 I if N llgg UHQK V! 'Vi w A EA '+P Nj 1 U ,WI L g' l I ' 1 54 :ext-,J,vii' 'Nia ,jggg5",3In'5. j '- ,ini ,gyfigf 'f:s,1:,.iga':f-'fi 1'f'f,1U.,1' ---- 1 f.,"lwk N' ' 'I 3,4 ' ,fy s"f'v"F-'- . is , 5? 'ffiiff-iff 7- , I 'fi 11141 '--"' - Wf?p,,.J L ,, 1. Y 97.2 ,:.,,3'L m5,. in ,yah y',:,,,,. ' 1-ir: 22, .9:W1f,.' 4,.,.A Q! N. A , J -N 'N 'xl' sar y ' ' 222-73 'QW xfgfvf- E . f - 151, :- .J X V rs- M- . ,, .p W r, , '59, .I wi, N,4. A- I :4 xg 1 px, ,fm ' - Q , , x I pm 1 ' . M -1 ,Y f - X ,-1 , Q4 ,, , . - .f,.,:,1 V, 15 ' 3-VJ'4l"r.1.w ,f"v"" .1 , -X 1,2 f'7..-gk x J '71 A . M ' ka , has V .- 'P ' - - -f -fel ' HQ - Q ,z . -hr ' N "' . ' , 'f'f'Ez,., f " Atv' ' AA AAAQ , : w b - - 1 Y GIRLS, GIRLS, A NIAN YVITH A CAMERA ig.: x. Y l'.'1"1-X 111 Y I 1-, 5-ff. i ,..- I 14 11 .- "" 3' 'i ll mf, ku, 155' .,, 5 5,59 ,YPA .W anv X' -1 V53 Viz:-.. iz- I M 'I .IES ,S Wh J1,v.,,,v, . 'JK'-J LN" ,, M, N 4 iiagfgqxgiqk rig, . . - N 'LQ'-.Q f 4 I'- f,,v x 1 H' .3 Lay., .1 J 35, 1 -J ,fiyi g QQ-VK. m SXT? X Mhz' 'M 34 23 if 'Q Q: pi! H WN wif Wil sq ' nd if fi if 51 TEH 5+ i' 51 'ff ff ,nf Iii iii U rp El 'if S: Q iff 1 .W X, if fg Lf 13 LY QQ' 1,1 -3 If fi Ti . I' ii iii? U H2 Q1 F .A PVA, . ?"i2i2,.3f'4 9 5? 'U 'lf , 44, FE' Y- 3.0 :Y "'-ff? Q: HOW WE KNOW THEM :.:':-55:2 3 L-,-. ' , , "" i df? 3 Y ' . - ,, IW' I V gif- 4 , XM o "2 EEE ,, , . ig' I - ' ': tl 'ffQf"fZ"'57:f""" ""' ' E iii! 3 I FWS 5 --2 1 '5' ww ' fm 41-1 A X 65 - M 2: ' - 5 " A' .. ' 4 Q-ifn' mm. - I 1 A- E nu T Q fs, Qx is X17-g 1 I If o X f I f 0 X , 3, v ff W 1' Z' f' ' 21-A fi- ' I KI! ' 444' 5-L-.'4'. . Z7 N iff, Ji. A , zufv I "--f-A -A ' f X 1 I tbii Q f H W D 1 52 xiii lf- X lwffwfwfwwfwmffff lfffflfff Ep 7, IWMMWM-lm? sys I -for . L 2 YL uuwi mm W' 373553 1163 -'Www :lm f 5? 5 ff I 1 M I 1' Dfrefd-w, MIEAI33 Y - XIad1son's Pride Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You 40: fig f .. 3' f. 'fr if ll 6"W?i 11l'fl'jf,Q? lil efllfl 54 v: fl W 1 Vp 3 iq va I 1 4 .Q l , , if l i-A il l l l l in ,E i y M 3: , 1" if ' Q 1 15 Z . i i X 1 l i , N , 2 it ,N wa 'l 'F l 1 li E11 l l l ll i 2 'l E5 l 1' mil' , lg X ii' ' 13 ,N , 1 1 F, , i l ' ' i ll l, L l' 4. w i 1 l l i ' 1 l ly l l l. , , , ' ' 5 w i l i l ls l 2 y i l H 1 l l ' ' l Z , l ,M il . 10 ,.: X21 'lil Ml? ,z ig 4 f Jill' :wifi .ll Vfn Nl ll 'l lyllli. Full 'l ll wit 'Ulf llllliil lilll- yjlt' 1, i, i fiw-yn.. W., ...Y ,,,-.,1l -.-gfdw .......-..u.Q x 7, .Y .. -. iv., ,,.........,.-.......-- ,f ..... M..-..-...vi-.-,-7-1, l l Y. 111 wi! r'-,. i av l 171.4-9'lV,1?f 25- ff-., Y f if r, ?i?'7fff93i?5,'55?" "Ii'sV-??f.qf fi, TTT' i..L,..,g,gi2. . . nge .., Q 'er' is 'J if-W lg e il. ll f ll? lil i., ,y u Z Y l ll l 1 f l i Q i il 9.4 w 4 lr lil i wr. ll-si! il! lf rg L! fl ,W M! ln I i I N, lei 2.1 l Li "-s lg' lf? T T QUERY COLLNIN 3.4! What Will cure baekwardness and fs, overly cultured reserve? D. Foster li Leave a bottle of Nervine open on .3 your dresser during sleeping hours. M Is Paul Shields infatuated? ll IE' No, he merely has a superdeveloped lil sense of habit. 1 Hia Are the dances to become more extreme P No, we think not. If they do We EQ suggest that the University add a il'-f' course in co-ed wrestling. li l 1-5 i ll i 'au l 'I-l i "DEW L-,lgl I I K it 5484 ,, --,, ., mg., A, ,Y-,.,,--..e-.!'l5l l l, Q l fe 5:7 -' ji- K l le.15QTE'g?f-P3-' W-HJH-'lv Aiiieily ,i E if-fi -7-f:.,5j,..-,.L4...f 4 Q pl ,,., ff.ifiiT'f'ri'?i,,.:iT,:ni 4 W f' ,C1 lv ,g,w 52 ',., ,lg 1 A I fl P 1 k V1 I, 11 1 1-in fi fi Z W1 1 'a ,H, W rx , N 1 fi lf, ,M I 11 U i1 !E 1 Mi N U I ! ,. 4l , ,E l M. Q ! , I Q 1 fi i 1' ' Y ,,,,,,i l ,Q 'lf 1 J Q! 1 PI ai ,A Qi I: 4 A .4 V -, .-AQ,.g.,..g,:.,. ,'-'-,,,f' ram, . k . ---U ,a--.., ,, KLLA :- L- i l l 'tri 1 r l WHY YOUNG MEN FAIL To the young lad fresh from the country the city presents many snares and pitfalls to stay his faltering step. Wickedness abounds on every hand and the devil is ever ready to clutch at the throats of the youths. But the greatest of all temptations are these as shown above. 486 ,wg 4 . ,n X -4 EFF , I , 1 ',,Q?,.' fn' 255, "'L'A' ,-i",-Q-Y" -a-6"'- 19 Amfugk' f'fQffw5 F - fu - 2Smf.1z ,,.--1' 4'g,.,, 5. ugh 5 ' P1 'in' "Mk W K bw X VY ,.-l J 1' d A, ' gat! 5 . AGEDY . -5.-in J - sw .Q Jun Y-'fa' ,W 'I -. I HOUSE f m 43 1 ' - HJ To X--'af-1 S I tell YOU ust . le tale ted: ,ans m Wm . ., - wx U ,.,. .. P e1eC hum N Q. 11' 7 hese Sim life S OU - 1 Vi? 'E Ng-,M out H1320 prOVC gated d HOW I 1'I1 ' , . ' If TJ' D go HCXP - ali 1 1- ' . 1 "f1df3' ? ?' ' ' , -'f' . Ould the u dld W W law 1' v W Cxpfcfk' I Devil a fofwefmw' 152 "'A , ...I " I A 3 ' SP6 C L-1' 1? .ZZ ,!L. 'iw' - - -sis: -1-'- vkixf-ff Q-2. , "ffl-' . 514--' - 0 3V 7 1- 11 ff! R' 44 A "" Alas dgomed in the gr I 5, I V.,,- I - - 'T-1 nu 2, , fu. ' 1' ' -'-' H ,15553?2f5-31--1:1521 ?1 ,.?'1ffEf5W:.- - W -5.1'3'f,'.22f - f en se 52" 1" ' Q .- Life Xmendez' dfding hou m . frgz-55,3312-. ' U:-.xi Q- .uf 1"',- 55 145451, lvl b resornehbi, speak 4 .:gi"': ' if ' -if ' 3 O 'C 'he ' in W V -., '--- -Q .A.-, .',,c ,,,- I ., qlgjil 1I1 Whl, 1: 1, Y. ku, fx .1 '45 iff " .u 'Twas - day of -1rCd a bOY K' .P P thing son eff? killed my M ' - ' "-' ' -1 M . . - - il 5 107' D Shfle that 5 53' V ,, My Wlth ahat ,twgs a Sroupkoftl They A L: 74 ,T ,f,i,- Lg' . Q ,sqm SCC defs Gfea Wd H ' r f1f12ff4?',1mf. ' . " To boar d- il N gf m ay ... , the ded fffun 'I u 1A-V 1 Crow P I EJ A A1 found THE SOU f rget that ' I ski? LE IN Ot O -1 fl ,A 1 1:5 V " ,-, Q "'-A : ,X NOQD fl ' L4 wi A-1 xv ..,.. , ..: A .11 fm: "1 f 'fx , 11 HEX ' day- mY a -Jr: ix f A ' , ' ' 'f' . CTI ' d :Sn 1 W, 'Q . 0 fa-.-1- 21--'f -, . -- N W lflg he - 5' Q-f - ,- M Wife UOY lutc l 1 lv 4 I V , ,V YV 4 , 3 X.: lvle hearvdejtare She to grained and Y With eyijafl had Timed anijablep Sed We 'u mfiugl -' '+f'1if.'f -' . ,: v?"f. v -i , w , V- - her d gf he W as f l ' I fl - .. an s 5 nd P f-1 L3 fa V.,L She moaflild as 10112313 Lookn 3' ,,' . ,Y 5 6 X O - 1' 5 5 h pfgged, NLG HE TABLE. 53 gg rf! H .ffllgggf Q , :gg T CH N T Ce W L fi' .PEWZZ-Lefif'?2':i..E9i,E:f1:'I-I-1 31f:f . s12A2111'-'wk- 'PF .xin fitfl RY RE O Chan if ' "' ,Q M .957 Dl hl X f ,515 HW S WE pc-31' IW.. gg, a ff' ' ffl- " 'wlixfi N E St Y' :Y , ' T PRU , as be . 'd 5, f l a..f' '-'- " - im, ko 0115 tw 1'V1VC7 1 ft to bl Y pw 257053. wwi, . . 1: N..-x idf f i'-fl' v-,' "" .2-'.-51 ' , I l-f-?.ff- 22--'. f gv ' . :fffa'21::12f1?Zf :' ," -1 -'11 Wi' d SO Su ' C e E ' wif fflafif V 11OWe t long shln if z- 4 vi ni , fw-ih 'few ,,4, 'A O O , un f I Cqlidhgd 115515 S d ep Ofel' ff 11 ' ' A , - . C -. L V The Workeep gllgiong and dead- M 'PFQ ' 4"' me oO 6 der- C "" vu f O I bf a pow fuck m 5 - E91 Q" g v A. , wi' nd S. nd r St R W V- 3' A Plstolf Saw W1? CHOWDE f Om 54 .. f 9 W t A-.fifx ffffaf3ff1g2ief 2 T Xt day f IN TH ou I Q3 ,! M AM LAX ten to Y if . -- ' U A CL A tales I d beware 53 - -jg, A , . .. 1, . V .5327 S36 'ge 1 1'Ve, bm, f 2774 - ' o th selec oU 1 R V xg ..,.,. And S ny mofe that as Y rm ' v 1 f "A' ma prOVe d nd HOW H w ' H 1 , A T-0 Cie ' ' 3 5.4, ' L- - 555 AH gghe unixge never 'did efmofe' ' La 'T " f' 71f:fff3,1Qi . 1 rev P5 4 f fi f Alas! Alaffg to dvflj grave, fo pa 36713 g , fdciucli annul in Contfiwtgd - i gi : ' A ' -V ' - M. -. V A 11 irafewell- W -4 W -:Q-fmt? , P z -' . - . 7551 hi? lx . ' YV gffjzlf- A- ,, Y -' ' ph, vi f fy I ' vi I lvl ming Houses 5 R00 ,Y f:ffk'jL:'7!' - 5 ' ' ,1 , 'Q 4.1--ff A . rm :,,f--,-4. 3. 3 W PQ' 437 - QC" ,.gf7qT?'f Q H A-' 4' +G "' . 1' V1 -ff f 41' ff 'fd w , Q .5."'3'5iT.--5 ' ix - "Rf H- w " 1. -' -' Y R ., . Z1 W :4,-sf-f"kA - -- 'EP- .53 -'ff PROFESSGR ENGBERG ENTERTAINS Dean Carl C. Engberg of the University faculty entertained the first of the semester in honor of Pi Epsilon Pi. This was one of the regular entertainments that Professor Engberg holds twice a year for this fraternity. The evening was spend in dancing and in a social hour in which the host was ably assisted by Mr. Susman and hliss Atwood both of the University. The feature of the evening was the favors which the host had prepared for the guests. They were Phi Beta Kappa keys for the young ladies and badges of the fraternity for the young men. By way of information it may be said that the name of the fraternity is Prof. Engberg7s Pets. The following were in attendance: x, PROP ENGBERG The Chief Host jx N John MacDonald f Calvin Webster I X Leslie Putt P XM WN Idiiffrfciiiey fp- QQ Guy hfoates fi t' Procter Sawyer - lmllrlsx P Harry Nlarsh 7' j George Forbes , . . - f , X Q Jimmie Welch ,f f Y Donald Gallagher Ik I 5 X -f A Fred Klepser ! f 5 Jimmie Ensign i 'ff Norman Curtice Glenn L. Ross Y R X lYardner Scott ff XX Prank Sides 'Ufjff i giiirvi? figs X The Invited Guest 488 ,g..m,lii A X . f .-1 J-r 5- -fury. ,N . - -gl' -ls l V Y" ei'ze-'i'ii'esQ1--fQfl'fla' I if if lllblfiiv' :NLD -1,--.TY "- -.JLAEJ J E: we Ju- ", QUELHQ? 5 X -"T 1' -A-'1 I , W 1 . 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The membership, however, was Very seclusive which was due to the fact that only a few could get up sufficient ambition to climb the four flights of stairs which towered up to this den. The French Depart- ment of the floor below called it the Insane Hos- pital, due to the loud and disconnected noise. The Janitor thot it an extension of Young's Cigar store, Bernstein: Ach, Goldstein, Venn I send lkey to Uni he's go'ink to join der Fly Delts. Goldstein: Vor vy, Bernstein? Bernstein: Vel Goldstein you see der Fly Delts, dey have zivin fires and got SI,372.56Z insurance money, so much fruit. Dot's bizness, aindt id, Goldstein? HOW WE KNOW THEM N l fl, Q Q ff 9 N f Q, M- f .- 6 , ' - QP' ,fa NW v nimnmummzmu IBA 5, g0?'.'....1 L01 fill!-Illia ny ji fjf I S2 f y fm! and still others thot it the f f A ., ,,. , home of some secret or- im!! 'lig xm ll lim ganization in school. But if in reality it was only the 7 "uc Cornhusker Gflice. ,A Z :-E .- 5... 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If li lg yi I I-1. UM 1 . 1. I . lil lvl' rig .ni .15 lit, l 1 V . 4 . M. lg l . QM' Htl 'fi ' nfl r 3 ll V' X . I . 1 .I , ' l.:v. ll. Vi iii' IH ii. .H . I . 4 ill. lv i V. fl' rl I .. llr ,. 1 .li I 'ill 'aft vi V I sl! I.. s - , l .l. :gl Hi l I, ll il Ji pq, ..l I I ,xml I., Lq V1 1 ' i x"'l l l.. Mil VW: l ,N lt. l 1 -F M .1 w l -ls Illi f , l r. 2298 UNIVERSITY GIRLS ARE AGAINST PROPOSED BEAUTY SELECTIONS BLACK MASQUES AND SILVER SERPENTS REFUSE COBNHUSKER REQUEST Beliwf Nehrayka Wo11zahho0d Stamff for Idealf of Worth Rather Than mfrf Phyfical Charm. The above were the headlines for the Daily Nebraskan, Feb. II, 1916. Is there anything signal in the discovery that six of the number ultimately selected be- longed to these two organizations VVas it far-sightedness? Or was it modesty that made it im- possible for them to suggest their own names? ' 'Was it this same modesty that led them to refuse to have their pictures exhibited in a downtown store? W'oman is a peculiar creature. VVe Wont attempt to answer these in- quisitions. HOW WE KNOW THEM 2. OLD 50LneRs?Hoqs ' 'f'f-swf" ' 149515, 5' ' :gg a F Q Qata- if 1 WMAXhxmb"'9' 'W' E my fl ' 12 fl IMA "" lflgdf JIIYQIIIMGQQQ 12, ,9'9,g 5 ",Q' o it ,o A+- Q. S S X Q60 gi , -. 'Q MQ ss- S so 0 in Q K Xl NYNBXQ ,, Y .hh I S 4 m ,Q X N si PM I I" wi S 2 F' M I f if I HX 'z L S llillflfllll Ill I lll ,Q - . .1 -KX , A I brig Q: gxfx , ' F " fwmwiicrx HNNX . :rr-N N- i mn '- ' px' 1 Q V -kv .'. . QQ xx f. x - ' .I ' x Ml.mulllm!.1i. rw ,7,:fi?.5x , S ' X 'A li vw'-W "."4l,'1 'M 'X tt. 0 K riwlhj-.I ' num... K hi, X, 5 S . i- 'S x-L I 0 , KN 3115353 . Q E . 'Q --------- M" 5 H X Xwixpw.. u 5 ads . fi-' 'I .1 av ' i"'Qi: " Q ' """ .S V- X ' - Sl' .sr 13 I I .-""-...X-....'4lX: '11- Exg' 'I N: v , Q l.q5..f xx '-x-----I-. W 'ta ' I x .. .,.:..i. .. :ri 1 -----n .us -Qt x"yxvkq V' ,I ss- Q 'xv A mx 395 3 :E md nfnvi f ii. "'gx..F' - J 'r' . lfil 'WEN 'mt' --Je MY' M' Sf. . l A . . . . ll I. 1 ---, W?.u-uh . N' y . M. 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'5'C'j...'Ll4 y Presented by the Cornhusker Management in recognition of the loyal support given to the Activities ofthe University by the business men of Lincoln, and particularly by the Lincoln Commercial Club 497 7 E 'X ii V f 2 ,ln A lf, if, ' COLLEGE SMEN 1 L ill ALL OVEH THE Us. l p l ,N ll il INSIST UPON WEARING SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES Knox hats, dz Nettle- lton shoes, the apparel that measures up to their advanced ideas and sets the standards 'iii 'Lv . . m,il,,,.,,,,rll'1n fashions for young Jw I lll li l ffl Nl i l .1 0 W f , ly ,till ' ting ' W T ll r'rE , ii, "ir X ip, ' il ',!lii 49'l,l il, Y , li Il il ull T i, ,l i iw li 'HH . 1 ill' il wqumli i, sifi li ajl l, lliwlii f ,W ig i l, ,Emil I1 ,V,. f l fi l il Q. lllll ' 2 9 351, ff ll , f rf 9 7, rl, i f ti L ,ff ul A f . ,Mm f 4 , , lllf' 1 fr Mit lfylff ff f jf fl il l f f f 1 tr" jffgf L' 1 Y l l film WW l rnen of social and lous- iness positions. The Clothes ahead for the man who wants to dress ahead are here in Big Variety lt llllllllllllii A Style for every occasion Society Brand Clothes . . . . 3520.00 to 345.00 KWSN I i T ff, f 5:23145 1 . M Schloss Beautiful .... l l 1 ll' 1 ,V 'X ...............25.00 Style Plus ..... 17 .00 Shire Standard. 15.00 Ladies too can supply their Wants here, in gowns, wraps, coats, ' t t ,. m 1 A A if ,f ji wf,f,, X pfri,l5E5fi'N1l1 5 i f fff if ll iwl ll Q ' P i i, fi fff, iw fl, I X Wais is, e c. Our DeLuXe fashions PWS ll' f fl Qi Q-flux illl gig! BADEN Hi '- L ' -xx f"71fiil ss lwlilll fl lawn. iitfllllt1,io Bnriviy Eira111il Gllnihva are "different," pre- senting individuality and qu ality-character of the highest order. Priced consistent With our Low Pricing Policy MAYER BROS COC 1009 to 19, 0 Street, ELI SHIRE Li11COlI1, Nebf. President 499 Qhiaerttstng Zlnhex American Law Book Co ..... Anderson, C. L ....4..,.. Armstrong.. .r....,... . . Bailey Sanitoriuni ........ Baltimore Billiard Parlors Beatrice Creamery Co.. . . . Best Laundry ....,...r. Book Shop, The ....... Boyd Printery Co ..... Brooks Bros .......... Byer Grocery .............. Central National Bank ......,. Chapin Bros ..........,. Chicago Bridge dz Iron Works ...... City National Bank ....,. College Book Store ..,... College Tailors ..,....,.. Commercial Club, Lincoln Co-op Book Store ,...... Cornhusker ......,..... Cummins Pop Corn Stand Dill dz Collins ........... Dole Studio ........,.... Electric City Engraving Co Estherls Hospital ....,... Evans Laundry ......... Farquhar Clothing Co. . . Fetting, A. H. ......... . First National Bank .... Fleming, Charles, W.. . . Fleming, Fenton, B .... Flodeen, C. L ....... Folsom Bakery. . . Frey dz Frey ........ George Bros .... ....l Geshwender's Market g. . . Gillespie, Bohert H.. . . . Graves Printing Co ...... Harris-Sartor Jewelry Co. Hauck Studio, The ....i. Herpolsheimer Co, . . Hlgby ................... Hyde Printery, The ...... Kellerls Photo Supply Co. Kostka Drug Co ........ .7 he ..., 519 545 502 513 538 513 527 526 526 509 514 517 529 540 520 506 530 497 533 531 529 539 521 542 541 522 524 523 507 507 533 518 511 516 507 517 510 516 507 536 510 516 538 529 Lancaster Milk Prod. Ass'n .... Lincoln Business College ......,..., Lincoln Cleaning and Dye Works. . . Lincoln Dental College ........ . . Lincoln Fine Arts Shop ..... . . Lincoln Free Press ........... . . Lincoln Gas and Electric Co ..,. . . Lincoln Hotel .,,............ . . Lincoln Photo Supply Co., . . . . Lincoln Sign Works ...... . . Lindell Hotel ......,.... .. Macdonald, Frederick ..., . . Magee's ........... . . . Magnet, The .......,. . . hiayer Bros ...... . . Meir's Drug Co. ..,.... ........ , lX4iller ck' Paine ......,..........., Nebraska. Central Bldg. and Loan Association. .....,......,,... . Oliver Theatre ..,..,.. ......... Gverstreet ........... . . People's Grocery .....,.. .. Pettihone Bros. Mfg. Co .... . . Pillerls Drug Co ............. . . Remington Typewriter Co ..... . . B.ohert's Sanitary Dairy Co ..., . . Rogers Printing Co ......... . . Bosewilde, The ......,..... . . Rudge dz Guenzel ,..,.... . . Saratoga Billiard Parlors . . . Schembeclds Orchestra ....,....... Simmons, The Printer ............. Smith k Bros. Typewriter Co., L. C. Standard Market ,........,....... St. George Studio .......r......... Swift dz Co ....... . . Townsend. ......... . . Townsend. ........... . . Universal Millinery ,... University Book Store .... University of Nebraska ..... University School of Music .... Waterman Co., L. E ............ Western Glass ch Paint Co .... .... Whitehreast Coal Lk Lumber Co . . . 508 513 526 537 527 514 534 528 527 533 527 508 538 516 498 514 512 526 503 526 507 522 5 506 20 501 543 523 510 515 516 533 532 514 503 534 504 505 506 517 500 501 541 520 509 -H9 1112 Hnihvraitg nf rhraaka The University of Nebraska includes the following colleges and schools: THE GRADUATE COLLEGE. A four-year course leading to Master of Arts and Doctor of Phi- losophy. Work may be pursued without reference to a degree. THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. A four-year course leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. THE TEACHERS COLLEGE. A four-year courselleading to- the Teachers College Diploma. Students register in this college in the Junior year at the same time retaining identity in another college of the Uni- versity which grants the degree of Bachelor of Arts or of Science simultaneous with the granting of the Teachers College Diploma by the Teachers College. Thus, thruout his Junior and Senior years the student is registered in two colleges. THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE includes general agricultural, and general home economics groups. A four-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science. Also a two-year course in Agri- culture. THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. A four-year. course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering-Agricultural, Architectural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical. Also a six-year Academic-Engineering course. THE COLLEGE OF LAW. A three-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. One year of academic work infaddition to full entrance is required for admission in this college. Also a com- bined Academic-Law course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts in four years, and to the degree of Bachelor of Laws in six years. Work is also offered leading to the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence. THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. A four-year course in Omaha leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. A six-year course leading to the Bachelor's degree and the degree of Doctor of Medicine, the first two years being offered in Lincoln. THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. Two-year and three-year courses. Also a four-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. . THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION. Course leading to the degree of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy and to the Graduate Teachers Diploma. This school is a part of the Graduate College and is designed to prepare for the higher service in teaching. .THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE. A four-year course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, designed to provide vocational training for students preparing for business or allied lines of work. THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. A four-year cultural course including the Fine Arts leading to the Bachelor's degree. THE TEACHERS COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL. A high grade school of secondary rank offering splendid opportunities to a LIMITED number of the most desirable students. Being the training school of the Teachers College, admission can be had only on Mitten application. THE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE. A secondary school training primarily for practical farm life. THE SUMMER SESSION. An eight weeks course primarily for teachers. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. Courses offered in many departments-for which college credit is granted. Work in this department may be taken to meet preparatory requirements. The Nebraska Experiment Station, the Nebraska School of Agriculture at Curtis, and the Experi- mental Sub-Stations at North Platte, Valentine, Culbertson, and Scottsbluff are also in charge of the Board of Regents. THE UNIVERSITYOPENS for the fnrst semester on the third lVednesday in September. One may enter also at the beginning of the second semester Cabout February lj or the summer session QUsually the first full week in Junej. n On any Point of Information, Address , 015132 Registrar Station UA" Lincoln, Nebr. 500 Established 1894 The University School of Music Just South of the Campus Offers complete courses in every branch of musical art, and with a faculty of thirty-five is able to meet the needs of every student desiring music study. Its instructors are accredited to the University of Nebraska, and its aims and standards are unexcelled. Inquiry regarding superiority of advantages is solicited. p WILLARD KIMBALL, Director A Kiss may be unsanitary and the same may be said of an ice cream sundae. If the chance is Worth taking, kiss Whomvyou may, but lunch with us for We thoroughly scald all our dishes. It is an insipid and un- romantic adventure to swallow the germs from another man's spoon. Roberts Sanitary Dairy Co. Dairy Lunch and Soda Fountain Service 1238 O St. 01 The Home of Hart Scha-yjzner Sz Ma1'x Clothes It's "Harmony"thatCounts ft , f L -In Music-In Politics-In , Tig Business-In College 'X 1 J. -and Particularly I 4 Q h vim if 99 f jfQlfM!" Style Harmony XX I 7 il . 6' F ,XTX L5 JH Y Harmony In Style Means do , f 3 1 "The New Things , X 5:9 while they are new" O We Study that Particularly A rms tron y 's Good Clothes Merchants Quality is Economy For Simple Dignity A St. George Photograph Studio 1401 N St., Lincoln, Nebr. B 4823 Sunday Sittings by Appointment THE OLIVER THEATRE CRAWFoRD Sz ZEHRUNG., Less F. C. ZEHRUNG, Manager . P1 y g t 11 T'mes the high t C1 f Road Att t' d C mbinatio Same Old J oke llst. The Alumnae always have their CHILDRENS pictures taken at TOWNSENDS 226 So. THE FUTURE" HPRESERVE THE PRESENT Fon 5 NSEND TOW rtrait By APO our friends can buy any thing you can give them-Except your photograph" :SY Universal A Drug S fore Mrllinery u JOI-INSTON'S The Shop with cHocoLA'rEs, Exclusive Styles PARKER PENS our Service Merits and all the things which go Y P t to make up a store of excep- Our ermanen tional character including Ao- Patronage oornrnodating service. See our Hats Before you Buy Our Fountain is always ready UI11VC1'S21l MIIIIHCIY to serve the best ILLERS' 16th 85 O St. 147 SO' 12th St' rescription Phone LINCOLN ' harmacy B4423 College Book Store Large Stock of New and Second Hand Text Books Sterling Fountain Pens All Student Supplies 0 The Hauclf Studio Portrait Rbntugrapbp 1216 O Street B299l Organized 1871 The First National Bank r of Lincoln Capital and Surplus 3800,000.00 Charles W. Fleming Reliable Jeweler and Optician All Work Promptly Attended To 1311 O Street Lincoln, Nebr. Three doors east of Miller clz Paines Peop1e's Grocery Foods of Quality with Prompt Service Our Method of Handling Fraternity and Sorority Business is simple and economical 1634 O Street B6557 GeshWender's Market The Shop with Better Meats at Better Prices 'fAsk the steward Who trades with usl' 1630 O Street 133179 KODAK FINISHING ENLARGEMENTS For the Amateur from KODAK negatives Frederick Macdonald Commercial Photographer 1309 O Street Lincoln, Nebr. Group Photos Flashlights Commercial photos and finishings in this book were made by MACDONALD We wish to J gn thank all who assisted in making the year 1915 the largest by several "Thousand Dollars" in the history of the "Lancaster Milk Producers Associationf' "To you" who possibly had no part in this "Co-operative Planf' we only ask you "To think it Over." Our Co-operative plan is now and has been for several years a great benefit- to 'lincoln Milk Consumers." You have been supplied with the best of "Pasteurized Milkw which tests from 4 to 7 points above the requirements of "cityl' or state laws. The price to the "Consumer" has ranged from 13 to 14 quarts for 51.00 which means a saving of about 1092, compared with any other city in the U. S. the size of Lincoln. THESE FACTS ARE WORTH THINKING ABOUT Our 'fCo-operative Plan" is of great "value" to the 4tMilk Producer." Because it has advanced the price of milk they have to sell which means advanced values on their cattle and that means more cattle for Lancaster County and also more valuable land. For "Pin1ento Cheese," HClub Cheese," "Creamed Cottage Cheese," "Fresh Butter Milk," HLACTONEH and "Best Butter" CALL B2087 Before 6 p.1n. and our wagons will deliver your order on early delivery. 1316 N 508 vw,- es'rABusl-nso 1818 M K' of Q AX Qbff if ffis o X' ll Q r H r N M znilvnrena ggnrnurfhlng nails, , ' 'r '1 "' lvmolsou Avenue con. 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Thank You "MOSTLY" SERVICE For the Cleaning of Clothes Graves Printery CO Call-B6633 ' 244 N. ll, Lincoln 1322 N. St., Lincoln T126 F olevom Bakery "H0I.s'um Breadu "large 10 cent loaf" wrapped in wax Paper "Manufacturers" Phone B2214 and Fancy molds. 1325-31 N Street -'Studi' ef 4450 PM' Gosh! -Hweres. 'H-mi' 2 , gHeu.s 9 ww Q M X-Q I -El-1 fee. f x OLLUHCI1. I , 2 gl '? 5 e' 2 if It ojjcirf. X V X Nowiofanl ll' I V I0 X Sigma X l f N. f 'x x V by ' I or-n o L o-1 CL keel JG eras me Qchlmilj ik ekiixr 'LS o-Ia: Yslfie. ' . 41 in 2- 501 U he? ijookik Q 7 1 I? nw 0' f W 'W' Q 0 , Q 4 r n Gr 4 i ' f sa I xx 5 mth N I akmlccves 4 3 AK I robvxwb 4 . 2 Q I e I i 5 i Lf . I X , ,,i,q53, . f JN TfPf':,4 ni W .Q ' ' J-N , , .ni'f"X-S3XTIw55,ff35f:w V. K - I '.,. fm, J ., . V 1, i , . , ' M ff 'Y' S W we iff 125 M m i 'I 'Ad x Q I K chef' ' aiu' I ,K A r 4, ' .- CN 7 ii i .Lf-i f 4: if in W f ff, 2 f . 1 H l vizgdfyf I Q L ' I -'ff ' ,al ig-i., liS,Tw41ff-JH-are-1':'. ,MQ . NJ, ns wg . M Xlmrfisi' 5 a5','wF, lf 9' A fwwxi' X F2 'rim 3 'Mm We 5 z ,Q S vm g 'E-we 1 P New 'e 352912. KK3-1 4 V -... .S 2 i Q11 q Q . ,QW g " uxv g fzei xgi ,pi 'jg EJ. we-M... 2- H ' ' i 4 , 1: ie i ie' Qian E5 if E' ig ng i i ia '55 :HL A 1 i 1 Ei Qbfk A ,A,,. we X .wf f w 'X V M M V K "" , Pl f - -'-- " . ' "':"'?x' ""' 555 :mi z e 2 5 5 . , -If It I 1 wx f -'-" We-f--3 A wi l: IJ' fy, 1 rx' Ev! Y ? . xi i: ' 9 i f ' . 4 wt W f X " ,. e A A . N . -w .. Q , Qi "'i'5" ""'g 1 HQYW'ff,lifig'T7'M43im:g'--W ..X. ,VMQ QQ ' 1 . V ' A ' ' V i We Invite You to Visiz' this Siore You will find Stocks and Service up-to-date in every particular. Miller' CS, Pain 512 Green Gables The Dr. Benj. F. Bailey Sanitorium LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 1f When desiring to place a patient under institutional care, please remember that we have, without regard to expense, de- veloped in the interest of the profession in the central west a most thoroughly equipped institution, housed in brick and stone build- ings, located on their own beautiful grounds of twenty-five acres, and preserving at all times a most home-like atmosphere. The executive building is strictly for non-mental and non-contagious diseases, and is replete with conveniences for Hydro-therapy and Mechano-therapy, for electrical treatments of all kinds, with an efficient surgical de- partment, Rest cottage is especially built for the care and treatment of mental cases. ?QWrite us for pamphlet and information. ALWAYS IN Y SEALED -J'-SQT-ra Lincoln Business COHCQC r eiaea ACCRI-EDITED PAS"4Q355?S'35e'E5 QOYWDCM4 Qiirncrwsg X. EQ' L- L 5 THE HOUSEHOLD WVORD FOR X77 M fofi BUTTER ivy' She gmblem r avi? f?5,f'fic1ent School Made bby Summer School Training Course for A Commercial Teachers B t ' C N0 Vacation. In Session Entire year. C21 I'1CC TCHITICTY E t A T. Cornpany n er ny une L. B. C. Bldg. 14 85 P St., Lincoln, Neb. B67 74 Lincoln, Nebr. O ilinwln jreie Presse LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, U.s.A. THE NATIONAL GERMAN WEEKLY Circulates in every State of the Union. Subscription Price, 85c per Year, Payable in Advance. An 85 Cent subscription to the Lincoln Frieie Press also includes an annual sub- scription to the Deutsch-Arnerikan Farmer, Der Hausfreund and a six months sub- scription to our German Magazine, "Die Welt." Serial and Short Stories are the Great Features of the Lincoln Frieie Presse. THE GREATEST INDEPEN- DENT SECULAR GERMAN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED STATES Meier's Drug Store THE DOWN-TOWN STUDENT HEAD QUARTERS Prcscr i pti ons OUR SPECIALTY Fine Candies and Choice Cigars Select Toilet Articles Fresh California Violets always on hand Modern Sanitary Soda Fountain If You get itat tandard Market its Good SANITARY EATABLES Best of 'Everything 1535 O Street. P56591 or 136592 Richelieu Brand Pure Food Products Always best and price reasonable For Service and Quality try .J.Ber Grocer, Baker B6571 1537 O St. The Saraloga Billiard ,Parlors 23 Brunswick Tables ln Lincoln 11th and P St. The Slate Billiard Parlors 20 Brunswick Tables In Omaha 17th and Harney 515 ' 5 Keepsakes of Jewelery are the Lasting Ones Harris-Sartor Jewelry Co. GEORGE BROS. Printing, Engraving, Embossing Rubber Stamps, Notary and Corporation Seals, Stencils and Trade Checks. OFFICE SUPPLIES 1323 Or St' Lincoln, Nebf' 1313 N sr., Lincoln, Nebr. Paramount Pictures SCI-IEMBECICS ORCHESTRAL THE MAGNET SERVICE The only place Where Everywhere! Why? they may be Seen Oi CORET I LOQK Q? I SOTCL an MAKNG AN sdeloeli E l I 3 YE! Z CLASS ' ' I - 2 The Hyde Printery E. B. HYDE, Proprietor Lincoln No. 14th Street Telephone L8070 To friend or guest, to student new or old We bring a message of good Will You gladly found the thing you sought, more precious than pure gold , To friend of rnine and friend of thine, your Welcome Warm relate, May oft again your steps incline to cross our friendly sill. We trust you may recall, when date in place you celebrate, The place to find new novelties rare and gifts so fitting. The University Book Store ' 340 N Eievemh st., Lincoln, Nebr. Central National Bank Robert H. Gillespie 1218 O' St' Printing-Boolcbinding Capital 3i3l50,000.00 Surplus 350,000.00 Savings Department 130 North 14th Street Your Personal Account will be Phcmc, B3604 Lincoln Nebr Appreciated i 1 Disiinctive Clozfhing Tailared to Fi! At 9, Price that is within the reach of the Student C. L. FLGDEEN MERCHANT TAILOR 131 So. 11th St. Telephone BIBO57 518 p yc:6orpu Juri S tcm Cyc May Be Had In Combination With Corpus Juris At No Extra Cost Beyond The Price Of The Latter Work. Under this combination plan, subscriber has the use of a complete set of CYC until CORPUS JURIS is completed. HoN. SAMUEL H. SEDGWICK, Supreme Court, Lincoln, Nebr., says of Corpus Juris: "You have begun to execute a Wonderful undertaking. When one is called upon to make an exhaustive investigation of an important legal question, to have Hall reported decisions" upon that question conveniently at hand Will be a great advantage." CORPUS JURIS GIVES THE JUDGE AND THE LAVVYER -Principles and precedents, the rules and the reasons of the rules. -Ruling cases-made as available as words in the dictionary. -The essence of all reported cases, condensed, classified 'and moulded into clean, clear cut authoritative text. -A multitude of apt quotations and citations from the opinions of the courts. 6- 7- 5-All exceptions, qualincations, and limitations -each as important and decisive as the rule itself. The applications of legal rules actually made to innumerable variations and combinations of facts. Judieially defined words, phrases and legal rnaxims including Spanish and Civil Law terms, with exhaustive references to the decisions defining, explaining or applying them. Free Sample Pages and Descriptive Literature Price and Terms Will be Sent Upon Request. lhe American Law Book Company 27 Cedar Street New York SAEIJJESAG ENTS E Ss NTS Western Glass and Paint Co., Lincoln REMINGTON, SMITH PREMIER AND MONARCI-I TYPEWRITERS Adaptable for all classes of work REAMINGTON TYPEVVRITER COMPANY Clncorporateclj 118 North 14th Street, Lincoln, Nebr. Students! Students! Do you realize that your Success in life depends upon your ability to save. No man has ever succeeded in business who did not know the value of a dollar-now is the time for you to practice economy, and a savings account Will help you. City National Bank LINCOLN, NEBR. Official Depository for Cornhusker 520 U E :LEW Jf Ai Your Service Is more than a, mere ex- pression With us, it's a promise to pay. You'11 get full value in return for every penny spent for DOLE photography. Why not let us prove it? I WE ABE HEADQUARTERS FOR High Grade Uniforms and Equipment WE ALSO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF College Belts Beautiful Designs in Black or Tan With Special Belt Plate Bearing Name of College, Monogram or Initial SPECIAL PRICES QUOTED TO AGENTS The Pettibone Bros. Mfg. Co. CINCINNATI Telephone B3353 Telephone B23ll The Evans Laundry THE EVANS The Most Complete in CLEANERS, PRESSERS, Equipment DYERS The Most Perfect in Distinct, Separate Dry Cleaning Plant. S . Work and Service as near perfection as GTVICG brains and human energy can produce. Patrons of our Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plants will find many of the little refinements of work and service which mean satisfaction to the customer as well as satisfaction to us. 522 ROSEWILDE PARTY IIOUSE The Most Beautiful In The West Comfort and Privacy at Reasonable Cost 1126 P Street Phgne B6657 A. H.M EETTING GREEK LETTER FRATERNITY JEWELRY 213 N. Liberty St., Baltimore Md. FACTORY 212 Little Sharp St Mernoranchim package sent to any fraternity memberthrough the secretary of the chapter Spec1al designs and estimates furnished on medals, rings, pins, for athletic meets, etc 523 Correct Men's Wear There is a real satisfaction in knowing that the clothes you Wear are rightg that no difference Where you go you are Well and correctly dressed. Whatever is right and up-to-the-minute in suits, overcoats, hats or furnishings you'll find here first. Farquhar Clothing Co. Specializing in Young Men's Clothes 1325 O 'Street Lincoln, Nebraska 524 Uhr lflinhvll Bnivl Kanter uf Ulbings Qlctimz SR. W. Euhnstnn Qbhaner ants jllilanager We Make a Specialty of University Work 125 North 12th 125 North 12th oi i A 1-Wm The Houston Pen is the Studeut's Pen 1212 "O" 'II-IE BOOK SHOP 1 12 O LEANINGQDEWORKS 626 so.,11'rH s'r. A 1Nc .Nsnn. nf ', ?'h,, A, I 5 get A m ?Q4 I i 3 f ' , Mm -mf A l ASSETS S3,400,000.00 - TI-IE NEBRASKA h .CENTRAL Builclmg and Loan Association ':., eoh, g f Q' -1" Q ,., LINCOLN, CNEBRASKA e K C K S HI F and cyl lhe'Supplzes We , 1, in mhem 2 or I ,P ..J1 '?f, A F i 9 iii W il Films Developed, Printed All ,e and Enlarged Mill Q Our finishing department is in the hands of skilled Workman Who get the very best results from your films s in ik , . , P s me P 3 l il il , frem e it ll foal ' 5 1 rdf? iv , , -'ear rf i l X U X Al M N LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY CO. I Cliastman Kodak O0.j 1217 O Street , '?Q?ZImY' A Y L Y 'Q -, Q , J: i I lllllllllbllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllUlllIlIl1FiFl.F 'L 1 , Y ? R A X X L ' " J Q H Try The Lincoln Fine Arts Shop THE BEST LAUNDRY Cleaners, Pressers and Dyers 23rd and O Telephone B1579 ' 213-215 So. 13 Ste Lincoln, Nebr. Dealers in Finest Imported and Domestic Art Goods Skilled and Artistic Framing A SPECIALTY Fine Photographs Framed Exquisitely and At the Lowest Price Consistent with Fine Workmanship "Every student on leaving the Nebraska State University carries With him many pleasant recollections of hours spent at the Lincoln Hora! at dances, banquets and Sunday evening dinners, as Well as other less formal occasions. The Lincoln Hotel is recognized as the social center of University activities, due to uniform courtesy, good service and ample facilities for taking care of all functions, Whether large or small." K0 S TK 3 COAL and LUMBER You cannot lcnou what 'ood service and first quality Cowl and Lumber Chemicals ' Some of Our Coals: KOMO EUREKA WASHEDEGG BERNICE PITTSBURG CARBON Prescriptions filled Correctly' . High Grade Lumber and Mill 'Work 1 See us before you buy Wh1tebreast Coal and Lumber Co KOSLRQ Drug C0 . 1 QHOIDQ of the Satisfied Customerj 1 107 No. 11th Street 1211 O St. Telephone B6678 lpufe DI'llgS and mean until you have ctriecl us. - Business Men Advertise To Gain Results When You Buy Mention the Cornhusker---It Helps Us Both 11 h T' CHAPIN BRUS- F10WefZf13th2t,it me :1,.,....,.-..,., ...... ...WW .... -1 .,...,. .,.,N,..,f 1 -. EXWW-ywxgAX?-l-mlmnlzsifllU-:MnIs 5 X W X R -ISV ' , J ,ew 1 5' Q-ff 1 -' g,g3a1:f. - '- ,, -r 'gf ' '1 .f F, V- ' .kj:?3'5:,r?., ,-,Q .5-"Y-Er-.,,Z.L, ' A fi , .- w--' Y- ':f.'f,i, 5. -- '. .'-:1-,'f:f- " . 1 " ' f , -- ' J . 1 ' f"'o' " V " . .- rf 2 ' ia", ,4 ,,. A" PM . - . -2,1-. f ff? K 35- . ww -y Aly.. -' " f' 4225 "NW 1-f"1'A f "1 'f ff""' 1 'P C P - ' - .4 . V '-" ' , O E ES f i 's, 'l . .' 0 , ' Q rn ll! No. 13- ST. Q Evening Evening Dress Dress Speyeilalty Splilalty Qlfzlgity Qtiallity 521 QT. You get better garments at the COLLEGE TAILGRS at more reasonable prices than any shop in the city can possibly give. The reasons why: 1. They are out of the high rent districtg you get the saving in better clothes value. 2. For twenty-live years they have specialized in making Col- lege Clothes for College Men. COLLEGE TAILORS 530 L COR.Nl-IUSKEP., THE 1916 gm If has told iis ew own story Additional Copies 33.50 PAUL T. BABSON, Bus. Mgr. "Station "A" Lincoln, Neb The Typewriter lj or College Stuclents. CThe "Silent Smityhvj The most economical and practical writing machine for the college student is the New "Silent Smithw L. C. SMITH 6: BRGS. TYPEWRITER p ygg,tesnxg.t.m .. T ' e - L VN' 'l 4 . 'uf mgggffg ' 3 . Ball Bearlng 1 .t m ..4"' . ' Long Wearing 5 X I mlm " Y' ' - X g f . .-fy a V A :lf-QT , fi ' A Neaih ra-a,.aw"f" N98 Silent It is simpler, runs easier and lasts longer. Put. one in your room and keep a carbon Copy of all your work. You will need 9. typewriter when you complete your course. Get the best one non' and have the use of it- while in college. Ask us to show you. Special rental rate to students. L. C. Smith gl Bros. Typewriter Co. 1819 Farnam St. OMAHA NEBR. Lincoln Office, 125 N. 13th St. Lincoln, Nebr- 532 C0-op. B001-f MEDICAL STUDENTS can be supplied with Dr. Ward's , B 0 0 k " Iconographia S 6 Parasitorum HOIHlDlS,, t Being afziollatiogi of figures vgitlg-a brief exgnlalnatiary - - ft, f u -t, , g 1. c ss Unlverslty Students clgtxamofii Siparziggesleo? lina?n.imq'or lhziegrxgiifsrejferenceceeoti ' ' t t f, 0 y, SHPP116S Zoiiiglys5231.,13,3f3atii5mi?edi??nL?ScZ2 C6325 1321 copy, paper coverg 50 cents per copy, art cloth. 318 No. 11 A. H. PEDEN SIMMONS THE PRINTER 317 South Twelfth Street Fenton B. Fleming The Jewel Shop 1211 O Street Lincoln, Nebr. LINCGLN SIGN WORKS 1126 So. 11th B255O I Reduce Y our Cost and 5 0 I Y P f A Sway ncrease our ro It - sn- ,X -I 2j,jfggjf When Corn was 50 cents, Experi- W h it Q -, W QIQKQ5 liifiiigg ment Stations found Digester Tankage tltytg- , 1 vgiavfarggggggggs saved 1-3 the cost of Pork Production. M .i f I Corn is now 70 cents with prospects 'fffffvl t m for much higher prices. Therefore, Mr. ' f"' Feeder, you can't afford to be Without Swift's Digester Tankage f60 per cent Proteinl Corn and Tankage supply materials for Heat and Energy pro- ducing rapid healthy growth and gains and giving a combination that beats the Earth for Big Profits when your Hogs are marketed. For pariiculars, prices and free sample, address SWiit81 COmpEiHy, S. Omaha, Nebraska SERVICE FIRST In quality of light, and power, Service first in our relations with patrons, Service first in Meeting the demands and requirements of the most exacting, Service in supplying you with the latest and best in electric and gas appliances for Comfort. Convenience and economy Yours truly LINCOLN Glas AND ELECTRIC LIGHT Co., Lincoln, Nebraska 534 How to Avoid Kicking Yourself Don't buy adulterated Woolens Well-tailored or pure Woolens poorly-tailored. Results are bound to be the same. Select one of our 500 handsome all-Wool patterns and get our guaranteed Workman- ship. S25 to S50 G. L. Anderson Tailoring Co. l43 So. 12th St. Lincoln, Nebr. M 5 THE DAY!-:IG HT STORE: T he Siore of Greaier Values 536 Lincoln Dental College The Lincoln Dental College offers a complete and up-to-date course looking to the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. The entrance requirements are graduation from a four year high school course of a minimum of 28 high school credits. All of the Scientific branches are given by and at the University of Nebraska. Annual announcements giving detailed information had upon request. Dr. Clyde Davis 37 Baltimore Billiard Parlors Good Tables and Good Service - X "The place Where you'll find your friends" 132 No. 12th Street Lincoln, Nebr. ' 4 3 Distinctive T F Clothing and lx ul'l'llS lI'lgS 1450 For ,f College CAMERA RECGRDS Men f t l Will some time., bemxgiasluahle to you, and are not hard to get if you f'Have KELLERSU AGEEIS do your Developing ana' Printing 1236 O Street Lincoln Omaha 8 DECORATIONS FOR WEDDINGS AND PARTIES Corsage Plants, Cut Flowers and Floral Emblems of all Descriptions on short Notice FREY do FREY FLORISTS Store, 1338 O Street, North Side Greenhouses 22d and G Streets Long Distance Phone 131324 Long Distance Phone BI322 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA T, Di i 405 we? HIGI-I GRADE PRINTING PAPERS Both With and Without a Coated Surface The specification of Dill :Sz Collins Co's. Papers places all bidders on the same basis as regards this important item of cost, permits of an intelligent comparison of printers' bids, and its use insures the best obtainable. Direct inquiry in- vited, and comprehensive samples furnished on request. DILL 81 COLLINS CO. ' Actual Makers PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK WAREHOUSE BOSTON WAREHOUSE 419 Lafayette St. 161 Pearl St. DISTRIBUTING AGENTS The Paper Mills Co., Chicago, Ill. Blake, Mofltitt QQ Towne, Los Angeles, Cal. Chatiield 8 NVoods Co., Cincinnati, Ohio Blake, McFall Co., Portland, Ore. Blake, Moffitt LE Towne, San Francisco, Cal. American Paper Co.. Seattle, Wash. Union Paper ik Twine Co., Cleveland, Ohio 53 Il Vile Specialize in the Design Manufacture and Erection of , Elevated Steel Tanks and Standpipes For Municipal, Railroad and Factory Service. We also built Oil Tanks, Coaling Stations, Bridges, Turntables, Buildings and Structural Material. Catalogue Write our nearest sales office for a Chicago, Ill., 37 W. 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