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I But this supremacy does not mean ffl ,af that the college teams win in every contestg it means that the 1 , Eagle is supreme in championing a hard fight under rules of 3 fair play. V The Eag1e's teams are known throughout the state V I for their constancy in giving a hard fight in a clean, fair Way. ,QT E, ' Wlien the Eagle screams, the opponents prepare for a hard, T fair iight. T .Q Page 18 up .- . . N ii ,Q-F' V l Q , 'N -. . ,fy-A?7f-?f41 Y' H- -Y Y---fx-hlqif ' " -fe1:' --ff: .n Vrff .15-ai' ?"'r'14f-W'.- Ji'5?Vf2f'Q,'EW1 :Q ,zfii51":zwN 'REX AL my Egg ,n A 3, L Q, ,EL 78" A A Q . um QL 795 w 3 me .12 7 ' ' ' LQ? 25 Q X -M-I x., MQ ge Mi M4 wc, 57 '51 . 'V' E? 95 4 : Qi X F E In 5 F.: F", r . .Q AJ aw UQ? W- F553 2151 Q .L+ -- Q55 53, 1 HJC: V my ., 'fm 42? ffz-xl. fy A 1 J . . Ui n 1: V -v gl QQ ef"- EV ' T 31 Q Y uY ' X L '33 f f f 1 Q 1 X ' 1 ' , ' 'QQ 5 1 ' il g f V 3 "4 We 1' . 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S 5' 3 . :J -Q 3 A o "u R Q N IFE is that process of non-living matter becoming living matter and living matter becoming non-living matter. So long as the- process continues, life isgiwhen the process ceases, there is no life. Senility is a direct result of the slowing down of the life processes due to deposits of non-living matter within and without the cells, with a consequent solidihcation of the tissues. Solidincation is a part of the vicious cycle which slows down the life processes at an increasing rate until death is the inevitable catastrophe. Such is the message and verdict of science as well as of theology. No matter how final and overwhelming this message and this verdict may appear, man has ever considered them cruel, and he has never quite believed the message, nor has he completely surrendered to the verdict, Man's search for the fountain of youth and immortality remains unchallenged as the oldest of all stories, because he refuses to allow science and theology to say " ..,... for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return." . Since true living is not to be measured by years but by experiences and contacts, we may by a knowledge of the past span a thousand years in a day. By maintaining vital associations with the current events which encompass the earth man may live much in a brief span. It so happens that the brain cells are the last to slow down and the last tissue that shows symptoms of senility This being true man may grow old physically and at the same time actually grow mentally young An educated man by knowing the past may live that past and reckon it with the present in the sum of his years I beseech you, as educated men and women, that you know the past but that you live in the present Do not allow yourself at any time to move through life walking backward turn your face to the fi ont, welcoming every new day with an open mind for every new thing A tendency to think of new achievements as fads is a dangerous symp tom it is a warning of the slipping of youth Your learning will yield you youth and long life, the ages and the present are yours Love expressed in service for your fellovx man earns an immortal place in the hearts of your friends You can never learn too much noi love too much In the hearts of those Il Let my headstone be Place no gllZ1Z'Ll6 nzonmnent Grcwely over me If I mn forgotten, then Let me he unknown, I care not fo? cnwons eyes Gaazng at a stone I commend learning and love to you Thev are the answers to the quest for youth and immortality R L MARQUIS Page 21 YR 34 2 Q gy 1 la 4 if S 9. ii 1 3, 9 56 y V ! . 91 ' M l ' i I 1 C xg, . L . i ' ' ' c ' . 1 i A C I' i ' A 7 B. I D i ' 1 I . . ' gn S gt' ' ' c A '. I , Y M' ' i c ' c . N gg . . . - p A .94 - 3 - -. - Q D if , . . ' - '4 - f Q !', V 4 N ' I . 3' Q " ' one it ' - 5, , , ' . 3 F' YY e i - 25 'Sat . '. . ' ' 5 Pi I ss 1 19 25 'Q , '11 -Y EEZ: -iff: -, , - .1 ::,,e',.,1 . ,-I, ,p 1-5 uf gif iirfi fff WILLIAM HERSCIIEL BRUCE Pwesidevzzf Emewims Page 2 ,W ,,,-M'-,!'fr', . i N, , N , ,, W V , . ,. gl 4 r ,f., 1 -L-A Q ,,.' ' '.l':-,-,gf--z 'fu-,I 1- .... :Li--Q. M- ,-fi-"H-5 V- 'fl- -K ' -' 11 - ,- nm -gsm' 1 "-.f ' , A . 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K -,E6f77m'mCs"N-?2fff'Si? 3 .' jf if 'ga ScoL1ggg,,..Bh'ysiQa1,LEflglgaifipn Qlqgbg-,WIHry. ,:RQJggTn Literdfy Societygfy. M. C14 535345 gf! Ardeng'C'OttageLCo11s1?i'S1' X ALJ, Q: 5 NJQQPHSOH County Club. :gig -q A lfl IL '- Qi, .,., -W --'-' " C ' A-M:-mga TTS" 'ITC ' 352 i C U ' 1:2E?i,?',.T?'i" Qi! ' i HL iff af W ' f 4 . L:- 'fv wi .EX J' 511 HQ, ,lx w- X fi- Q ,CJ NX, v ,til iw R-.. .f W ,A Q31 ,LA ,g , , 252 Ll rj? Page 55 PEW W F9 I i Q if T! M A Vw. Zi,-...:,- -, 523, fu El: .VV . . . F W "' 4 YJ- -JH N 'V gig. ?QZ1fL'LiQg7QijjQygLi3:gig51531:IQg5r.f:.,,f1':I:1f1-, LQJ' jgilvdj g'.g.3,-11.2.54 ?:,fi3gi.f-.V-,::q N5, fwf ll.. 1 '- Sm 'if N Q , .,,., f- - .. 3. .. 3 9 JY , Fi. N " " if .B QT - a- T441-2?-4-...f A dy ,,.l,H',QlYf?f9'.- 1"E3fv Demon -j----if-W . 'WM-Q1-gs!--,-.B.f4-, gf jLe??fIfT'.-ff ifQiJw,MQ114siQ4Qg5Q1 ub. I-" 2 4 - -., . -' if. --f - - W -X, . . 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M? . ---AN . .. .. u w OE. 11 na ' w nl ., e- 1 GE 71 z . . .. . . 25 -12 3- , Jihgiiical .Ea-zzHfaa?z1..Bz-S.. -, - '21!"?2L2Kg Seqjgr QgSE'Secretary '25, h .2 . ,..... 1 H. x NQ 11 3 .. . XX Xvy N .4 ' . ,xy A 1 fi X xxk 2 -- X BE1eT1g4jNHriQ1QB1::13Ei1f.,, xl? fB?7'Lhl1?3fQ'g?,,q Eco2gQmzQ55x',22.,5?'. -.I ' ,ff 67,-il KH' ,tv .v.,. E . fi V ' -1 ,gg -1 i,.,,!, I -. W5 "f.:If- 3'--Ffa ..3i-5 f - Vg--ff 1' ' Q: -X E Qi. n ' xx- ' lf ' ' 1" -K fl. l' fl' lj! .., ' 'N E .qriifql ARBY M- WILSON i7Vill.yPoif1t 75 7' bllvb Mrzfzzzal Training, 1 Reagap Literary Socictjli-xSi1Qer Stripe1'sff Clubg :Sg1jb'esg Van'Zandt County C1ub,, F13 APgggiAdgs1i Summer '24, 5-"2-Q1 ',' V X -, xg." W... - ..1H-AQ-5 - ,H 4,., -h ...W ,... . 'M 4,1 , - ,,,, Lx . 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Vice-President WELTA ANGEL . . . . Secretary- Treasurer THE CLASS ' HE junior Class has proved itself to be the most enthusiastic group of Juniors this College has known in many years. As a rule Juniors are in- active having lost the glamour that attended them during the Freshman year, and are fast losing their delight in lording-it over the Fish. Nothing- seems to be expected from the junior Class. However this entire year has been per- meated with enthusiasm and co-operation on the part of every member of this Class of Juniors which in 'the very nature of things has made it a most suc- cessful year from a standpoint of class spirit. A number of the class will be gone next year while perhaps an equal number will re-enter school but the 'class as a Whole will come back to make we hope the best Senior class that has ever marched in the Cap and Gown. May the members of our class always have a tender spot in their hearts for those of the Class of 25' and in after years we pray 'that we shall look back upon this year with a feeling of love and sincerefriendship for those with whom we have been associated. Page 5 8 H 1 , c c cz aa u is 1 J 7 1 C u 1 C v : if ll 1 v vs C I 1. .,,. , ,-V ,.. V 5 ,g. f I Wx A r 'x r 'ff' B vs--f'V ,ffvfs I-vff'P"'v'?x'N'64?x"'75sf. V-N -"'Q""' -:Q-2 ,.f-- f- ,if i.:T1" Q-rf-, ,fiiiw -M ,. ' 'AJ "w",-ffffw.-L, -1-'L,..,'Q 41:1 T -2' Orff - V 11: A-i+ 71.5-1.1 -1. -I I 1 in E i l K 1 H ,,,,4-,.,.,-C5 .x,,,,,,,5Lf- . -Cf.,,a.O,7.,,:gg,l,1iv,1 3,,RL,,T,.,- lj z.. ni if , 1 . . . V-1" T 41'--2'-' -S ",TT. Ti M- ' f' Lili: 3 'ifff .. 'ff'37 TTf'7l A" Y -5 ff' Y f' rw 'Tv ii:-'P'-1'-L . ' 1. A -35V..tfj,C. ,413 lc, 1. ,J .Tplgaif N-2 X Yaqpv, T. Eff-Y 'jfikjfimgn xjjjg-t-13 giYE1QCh-ilili., xygfii. lk.. f-A 35-. fm A r 5. x ', F . Q31 E, I-'N , ' I ' 4 I. ' x , iw 1 . L--.2 ,L 5' -ffl!! 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Denton V73 W1r.L11: D. YARBROUGII . Blnjj' Oak Q1 W1 21 MW f gi, LQ ' I HZ? Wm!! Igj- Lfs 1114. 1 is 1251 592 Q41 11, mf' VN Q ff W, F? QQ' 'ff N? JZ, il ffy Q Y' Q ' fel' 1 Pt? 1' . 155-1 if' fig .nl Q 1 411 222 3. 11 it glry Jr!! 11 1 :if lbs' :FU 1151 ,X .ff 1 x,.- H I, ,121 5:1 , Page 62 N .112 L-1,1 ,1 ' 1 ' X l A+- ,, ,, 41-1x'TFi "T ,IF L" 'Z " " ' YES' ig? fi! 'Tf?w,,.2,f,- ,gf-g:,,f--4' Q131' L-f'.?,f'v1,, ,ffflxll 'ff-Tff""3'7 L gf-eff-" Qxiuiggfgfzfllsi sl:,f:JfiLQf1fT1ff'kill-, LQ? R '1V111cfi1i11-fi1"-2.-11g-L',..1Jmg 1gg,1.1-Q1: :gi U-,fp U.. Mf.U7.- .AQ " 1 Q4 f, 1 .: ' -Lf'-1 -T S4723 "Lim-E 1-'f' . V, 'V' ' un ... D , -,J--, '. Z 11191 HQ E x 52 17 1 L MLQW w f 1 Q gx QA ,ff 5? X r- A 4? p d wah fi h m 3. . .i at 1 r 'u b 0 - . I x 5? ' J L, -v 1 L gif WK u 41 Lvl 4 L ' WY iz I W E1 , W1 I Rl J M F . . W ML L f 'Z F' I, X ? C3 LJ W if 1 j r, E E Eat, l11Jlvll,fiIE: if! Q if Page 63 I - 45525 mwgwgsmzmxamiaqgiiwmgmxamggmzgmf .JN ,J""'av1W'Q jis.-Q fihx-fNElx""S-Y QI in gh 4 Ps-.41Q44'n41f'Xf9',.c'ia-8-gxaqflfxb Sophoinores CLASS OFFICERS L R HUCGINS ...... President IMoG1:N1: HAMPTON . . Vice-President AGNES E LUECKE . . Secretary-Treaszwer - THE CLASS S ENTHUSIASTIC capable and high-minded students the Sophomores E are proving their mettle. Everywhere are they gaining glory and honor' in every phase of school life are they taking an active part. Four of the class represent our college on the debating platform- a Sophomore is captain of the Varsity football itC'11'I1' five Sophomores assist in the publishing of the Yucca andthe Campus Chat' in intramural football the Sophomores were crowned victors. Sophomoresin the musical organizations literary societies and in every other phase of college life show both enthusiasm 'md ability. They may in all sincerity call themselves fruitful Sophomorcs even as they have in the past been enthusiastic Freshmen. Proud of their achievements? Yes-but not so much because they bring glory to the banner of the Sophomore Class but because they have helped in the uplifting of 'thc college activities. The welfare of the college has been and 'always will be the foremost desire of every loyal Sophomore. They would have you remember them as men and women viho stand and strive for '1 glorious and ever renowned North Texas State Teachers College, Page 04 I X '- 4y- f" , a- .g .- - ., -f 'ii 1 ,--.ff,- ir - V , . 1 an ,Q 'ff-Sf: 5-'A 'affi faxg, f,'.,Ifa1Q A ' N , if 'PM-'i-i J-if .r-.J Te C - TT- f M -1 1 u I I . . 4 4 I I A 'C 4 -4 s 4 1 1 , c fl YY C 1 xx ra 1 i 3 1 1 ' c 3 c u A ar -y ll -4 TY C y A C 7 c C - Av Q , , 9 V, .f 'V -rr g 'U .Q gfugp -pin., 5-04,4-ql laffh-'Xf9gs.4-.QWX ,-W , r-.Ah-A"'3'.f-QQYR ,, , ,C 4 "ix" 'A ' " ' . ' FNQ77"a??3:?ff"T'5L:2gf:l" V f- , , U53 :U 1 'Yay N'-Y. Y Ez i i i i fAAii iiim' gifs Lye A lx JH' H3 LQ A sal? Mg. 5 5 IW' M :El fag! -Xiu -'fi Fa 5,1 fix! 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C. KIMBROUGH Bn alo S nn s lvfw 5 g L' Q Y. RUBY KOEN . . . . Hamilton 1,51 NIADELINE IQOONCE . Denton It 1.1 SQ, FLORENCE LIGON . Denton . J fliff 'N 2' MARY C. LIGON . Denton JENNIE LINDHORST Bettie GSX' If .ALMA LINDSLEY . . Dallas i gf N. Eff J - my LORRAINE LONGACRE . . Abtlene ELIZABETH MADDOX . Denton fig AGNES E. LUECKE Wichita Falls LEONA NIA!-IAN . . Red Oak ,Q LENA IVIARY LUNDAY . . Naples LOUISE MALONE . . Tronp 1' w ' it nm ,.... , . ,,,-.-L- o E. L E1 J M1 J JE ,gi fx iii ' 'j-. D.. ., . ,. '15 w ' 1 'I , 1 . . - Q3 llfiif. E 5323 II' J WHEN? J . I N! 1 i QE Q ' Z v'C Y' ' ' wif 'ov ' ' f A 2 it 5' f gg . .llw .J 'Wi pi, X.-, . x. 174, f .LC ' 'QQ . L Us J 1.1.1 vt ' H 2 ' 1 . L 1 -. .. +- L1 , ,WK ,,,...,, , L-, L A ,,,,,L.,.o- .1 .,., iff.. Page 69 git 1 L 'y If? ' V'- l- ' C1 5.-'Ui 1 1 ,J f"-t - ' u'- 'WT 7":'7'17'TiTT? ef.. 1 - ha at ,--.- .N V ,,1"" FN .lv mf:-64? 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ONEITA PIERCE . Lindale WILLIE ANNA PORTER . Denton 54 T. E. PIERCE . . Lmdale ADELIA PoTIs . . Plano 5- 1, J A LC l I 'Sli 'cw N L M . X - J 9 I I I fri,-1 I A, L XII I Il 'W Q 923 IN? X I ,Qui I 4 Yi I , E. " ,argl 1? .W Il I ,lil QW Pb, f 31 View 221 ju, Page 70 U L! U l . sf 'lil ., ri qiff' 'F-fu.-'59 -fi EI, 'fzfixx-vi . I1 I- EQ- xl Ed TV' 'A .fi ff? 'Y 'T E Y 'ij' L-1"' T ' diff . ,gs I -4- C441 Us-2-M-:. sepia!-J fuelegfew mmf: N5-.e JJ AQ Neal.-'SJ-4f1f.f', -'.'f 1 3 1 Q-W., .FT-T ll, I Y ,Jo-.-v,2 .7-s ., 5 fiffiiw .7725 ,L-1 19111311 4,1 mf,-4 :T ,,.3'i: 'Lhfi f---f--A--,,f-Inf - . L, , W:- f iw SM Us 1 ix" . 5 7:1 Ip? ' I' HIM, 2' xi '- Hn-fe lx 53 'Q 11 ln. -.sg I I I I 4, Em. My W ht? "CJ rf' H'-If EI. I vi 55? fs F51 T35 V, . '. I.. qw T55 fur WV' M . W- ii ,ffl -- Sl. JL1 . . . . if gf 'I MART ANN PRICE . .lllullolhiaii LILLIAN RICKMAN . . Boyd 5: I, , Hg LESSIEVRALEY . . Alzford MRS. ICATE RUSS . Foreslburg N .Sol ADENE RAWLINS . . Red Oak KATPIEIKINE SCI-IARLACK X . 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I I if NIM' Page 72 ,ff y 2 3 k . :IU f?,J -, -'1-ir:-': ff ff :Y AS- fi '32 wf- , Q:-Hi' L iii Ifiaffiigv-..f,':4125112211 iii' fs, Q2 Sfidfliqfi LMI-??:?f2S21.1 E111 I 9 .-ch rr P1 wi 'r ,,,' - x rg. X , .Q 1 -. C 'V , fx 41 53 .1 1, Q. E. ,if ,rf ' . :ng , 1 L7 ,... E F 0 xy A 05 in li 5. ' if ' W W +5 U 4 od X ,r 1 -A ' 'f ft " I M i QM' -gg , f 24 5, 7 7 1 . W if - l 193 I B if W! , X I as . f 3 W Eg Q :fi T . L-I ' A ?1 Q ? 4 ii Hi WL V0.6 I Page 73 VTE iff A ,M PM ' can - -S . he Q V '2- Y fel Freshman it . ,ef CLASS OFFICERS . 'ROY Bovo ....... . President N6 F.. M. DECHERD . . . . Vice-President WINNIE DOUGLAS . . . Sec1'etary-Treasurer sg THE cLAss ' ' ' I-IE Freshmen are the salt of the earth, and are the most dependable stu- ya dents of the college," Said Dean McConnell. And he was right, for the r Freshman furnish the savor necessary to give a tang to college life, for they are l v enthusiastically spontaneous, for they are conscientious, hard-Working students- The Freshmen are dependable, for on their broad shoulders has fallen during the past years the greater task of carrying on the standards of the college: in N, this obligation the Freshmen of '25 have not failed: .I ' f Several years ago the,Freshmen decided to establish a tradition, hence the beginning of the Freshman Hobo Day. But Hobo Day became too rough and wild for the dignity of a civilized freshman class in a standard senior college. Sq So the initiatively active Freshman of '25 made a change. A Freshman Day ' came into being. The conduct of the class during that day showed that the Y Freshmen were superior in many ways to their predecessors, and that they were Q' setting standards for the future Freshman to uphold. ' V All in all, the Freshmen of '25 are well qualified members of the college p and give earnest of what the Seniors of '28 will be. V Here's to the Freshmen of '25, , , 4 V Page 74 L -ev' :PQ-AX-11"-L'1ces4-fri 'X-vfff-r'v'awe-R'?r1'!s i-P' - 2 2216" 1711 , 4 E- .,. .. . e ,Tw , .- ..,.A , -. . ,o,,,n A 111 ,if-'-A?-gg1q,4,,f,.f,-f ,:'4':1-.,x.wp- JH' 132 1,,,e,k ,: 3. 1- f 11,-.fyf,:-1 ,W-'pg' ,Lg 53N.L,,,.f- ,fqfii-f-f--,..,5,'T LI? -" 'f ,, -,. 4'-.:-.4--.Eng Q -he HQ.. lg-,'.,i,g,'-?:,1:g..LL'3fL5ihLf'a4f.'i' A "SIL-" ??lTrv" S11 'U-.X-' 5 .-"cv-'Q-" 'E "T f":1"J T !'K' Vx xv FD wi Rl I 'W M 'G 1 'JJ l E Ei' T ,Sl 1 PM X I K: NJ 1 '1,: ' or ,QA il 4.3. ,Qifg ul J 1" L., Jr: 'v TF api lu r ISL 1 Tw If Tl I . M' JAMES AIRHART . Blue Rulge I-IASSIE ARNETT A . . Kerens ,591 GUNBY ANDREWS . Celina NIARY WARD ASHBURN Denton ,I-,gi GA11, ARNETT . . . Dunkin FREDA ASKEW . . Ferns I-2 I A ELMER ATKINS . Denlon VTRGIE BARCHARDT Crowell ,Lf VELMA BARTON . Afton I Lols BENNETT . 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Cooper fl! pq, WM. DAVIS I-IERRING . . Delta .Ml ge' FAE HIGHTOWER . . Smtthfeld ,lil . we I 5 RAE HIGHTOWER . . Snnthgield 111 if.. ILA HOOVER . . Kempner 'gf BEATRICE IN'MON . . . Kerens 1 I W ki" MARY LLOYS JEANES . . Balltnger 5 M1 Q ITE SIBYL JOHNS . . . Mt. Enterprzse fig: L , 'Y 1 EDITH JONES . . . Haskell ELLA FRE ICENDALL . Brtdgeport jv L MARY EVELYN JONES . Crowell IESSIE IQING . Sobtnal In L -gi' LOWELL JONES Jermyn RAY ICLINGLESMITH . Denton Rig I ' I X f, ffm HQ' nv I 111 :lit S i an 22 I '- Eff , UE fl 'gl li left 2 I l lg, Er It V I I L l N 'Ts ,-is if ' it li :ffl M N I ef- I 'Ill Fi? I 4- -5 4 I I x " img. Jw .1 Page 78 I 2-my - 5' t fun I I. ...Q ,S ' Q51 6' F4 JF: -,Rf-frm ' .11-V' sv. :I "V ' A f I S,--42. -yqr up A -f .111 A I - gp, .5--5, S. -'ff 1' ng' 5--J vf4'rgf'f71 :'T'fg..zf,,l, I Elko EI.-5f'fQf4xQR'fi?"ff?iE-ffrx--SF1-f?fQRLfi'.9ff!:3T'1' gli Ig N L, In , 4 . 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EW , ' f f! 4. in I 3 XJ K ---4 f ' -"' I ' ' ' ' ' "E" ' ' ' ' ' ' 'e - Page 79 I Z, ff fi 11' I I I 'ss a . 1 7:3A--Affqz--T--ff? M. L ., .. L - I LL I ' "" ' 1 ' if? fi' Jiri-fIE?i'H?Q5iQ35.-TEESJ1,53Ff'fT5'2fff:5'iff'??45E-ff5ifT7?1,'.:':i?WQfi5'Exif?57TL?L1:3'l'-.1'33h?f I .R T.. .IL I Qi! AZ! il. I Sl 1 H1 W F' ij A A lyk: 15 5 1 ,Hi H, X W .T Ng 5: HRA 4 UI .. ' Leif 'ui LDA' W A FI 1 1 Q an figs GWENITII MCDONALD . . Pilot Point MARY MCELROY . Ponder ff' TENNIE NICDONALD . Gustiue MARGARET M CINTIRE . Nocona I-rf C. Ia. MCELHANY .... Alhens LQLA MILES . . . Rice idx , I L DELPHINE MILLER . Denton P-gm LOLA MTIILER . LG771k7flZ Hi, MURKLE MILLS . Ranger I 5,11 ALICE REE MORRIS . Denton QQ MIiS. LENA MoRRow . Denton tif I . I 'L ANNA LUCILE MOSS . . Valley View Hi- VVILLIE CATHERINE MUIIPHY . Petty lm FANELLE NIYERS . . . Denton ' Q5 MINNIE LEE NIKTION . Sabme Pass J. O. NEELY .... Krmn W1 . Y' FRANCES NEXVTON . . . . Denton SIDNEY PASS . Galdllzwamf LI OREN NOI.EN . Bzmalo Sprmgs INA PERKINS . Fl. Worth in I ADDIE ONVEN . . . . Joshua. J. H. PHILLIPS . . St. Jo ,jg .. If A-ff--1-Q---f -'- A, , .H , .-, , A "ii fi M1 Q QI Rigas' ,fig u,.,,I vm, QQ.. Ui Yf - IW "N uf: EIC I 15- 1 Page So l L I ' I J ,, . , ,Y is Erik- L. L.Li? - A-' 41. ffl- Y--,,-Y...,.,.....,....,- N-,.. ,,. - ., .,., . L L .x:Y.':' 4 gg fyjy 'fi!,ZQfb 1321, 12551. 5:11 P"A--113, , 1 . , S 7 , , , , , , ,, , rm, vm 7791 .- ,,.,. .ZS S. -..-7 ., , 1 1. - 1 . - lsr 1 I P - .7 1 no -- 1- . 1 any - f u W Q 1 , 1 ff 11' 3 ?' 1? '1 it? 1. N 1.1 W 5 2 , VA -r' I 5:11 1 ' 1 4, A 4, 3,1 HQ l '11 . 1 Q1 1 , 1 gl. 1 g f- Y-V - ' 1 f 11 GLADYS PIPER . , Adamswille VELINIA REAGAN . Olelha W2 BESSIE PRIDDY . . ' Nocona REBA MAE RELFE Eddy Q1 Eg .11 GUY PRYOR . . . Mabank LOUISE RICKETTS Hereford 1 In I' Z LB IRENE ROBERTS . . Tyler 1 DAISY DEAN ROCH Knox Clly 1 ' ALLMAN RUCKER . Quilaque 1 Q ,Q 1 Loxs RUCKER . . Grand Saline , 1.015 RUTLEDGE . Vernon ESI: , 111: VIRGIE SALING . . Colma My ' LEONE SEARS . . Swearmgeu 115' H NIAUDINE SHARP . , Frost ' 2.1 '31 EVA LEE SLEMMONS . , Brad 1.-TQ 5, GERTRUDE SLOAN . . Tyler 1 1- YF' gin GLADYS SMITH . . . Dallas 'I'IERSCI-IEL SNIDER Wylze IENVELL SMITH . Lmdale IRENE SPEED . A them 1751 MRS. FAYE SNIDER . Wylie MRS. MAXWELL STEGER . . V Naples 13 1 1151 ,I 1 1 r if 1' 1 1' P 3 Q I , or! ul' if 1 I cg 'gf 1 ' -. V1 1 1 ' Yfp 1 I W ti? L 1? J 1x , 1- 1 192 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 11 1125 1 X lk I 1 Q V. 1 " T1 , 1 1 1 Lijj L A ' ' 5 2 1 - 1 - Q5 LC ,- ' Isl Page 81 N 1' ia . ii", " il S -- TS.-.+,fV.?m.-, f--J-.-M Hg-1 I ff--1 ,V fs 'P' A' ' - -1 r. -1- if.-1 .:, 11 'H 'S' - ff ' . ' nf'-1 "JI: : I' U 'f - ,bf-A -15 3 Mgrzffmvyj VZ., qw'-. . tm-, V ,-..-. A. ' I 1 fi?2i:1'1fP 7'-QWYTEQ liifE1EiF7LD'f2e.:e2 gs2ff-:fav fi III W2 5 ,,,, -Y Y -- - ,MILE 1,:'D nr- 'f Q---A:-1, N. J ,P --gig A ,H u ., K X5-'I 'xii HQ-: ,II H 'KIM- if 5131 ,SV U REPS: rl Fl W' .I ISP ' ' ff: 'LN A 'IF I lux GERALD STOCKARD . . . Garza ' CURTIS B. TATE . . Henderson iff GLADYS STUART . Brownslforo, TENNIE THOMPSON . Haslet ORVILLE SUT!-IERLAND . . Melzssa ALEX TOMRINS . Denton - 51 I C 'ETHEL VARNELL . . Barry , 'JOE VVADE . . . . Rockwall '3 LOUISE XVAGGONER . . Denton .ALFRED XVALDROP Henderson ERMA VVALLACE W . Brzdgeporz Hi' 5 'J UL? W' NIYRL W HEELIS . . Leonard N ARBON VVTLLIAMS . Rice -fl' FANNIE WILROY , . Huntington 411, l 'w JOHNNIE XVILSON . I . . St. Jo MRS. JEWEL VVOODHOUSE Weollzerford nf RUTH XIVITHERSPOON . . De-nzon MINNIE LOU Y'ORK A. . Lindole I FLOYD B. WOOD . Richland Springs IJ. A. ZIMMERMAN . Bryans Moll . IDE' Ii . wa? I 4 T 24 I ' 'Yi . Ks. R E1 M 'ff I Wir! . .y. ik I i C92 . , M : 1 'I t 'ig 1 W V Page 82 P' 1 .WI f ' 'I ,L ., frf: UE ig ,-5 n ys: P-W, -- 2 ,,,,i - . I lg 4 I-1' "f'1 , 5 -I T .4 E in gr . ' 5' J -, 5 1 5 al" l 'JI' I-df' 'f- I" ig? iw' Q 'll f 55 F-Ifff , ',- f fl' I-,.-1 - - , -, PM ' -11-T' V 3 'Al 1, , A . ff .1 ,1. 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Secretary-T1'eas111'e1' gl pg . .G gi in fi is 224 51 THEFCLASS F INETEEN and' twenty-five marks the end of the Second-year Classy no r longer will the campus be 'graced with their innocent visages. The group YE i .i of this year is wondering just what the dear old college will do Without this hope- ' 2 ful, inspiringand energetic class. Imagine inter-collegiate contests without 3? preps to- run errands! Will there not be doleful inquiries for the- ever useful H ' Second-years? Who will the Freshman have to look down upon hereafter? i l i I f ss . . . i 5 The Second-years are grateful for all the courtesy and appreciation gener- Q5 ously shown by the upper classmen. They wish all to know that their desire in fi. life is to become Freshmen, to maintain the college spirit, and to receive at last 'i their degrees. ii Page 84 rj 'i,, . ,.. . . ., . , ,rp ,I , x ,- ,-,,, 1 f 3 was gk,..rQoq'a.Lqps,a-ax, 19 lnffh-'vbgw-.qfv:x4'se V,-9 F ' X-FQ..f'sa.4-A-1-KY , V .L ,E L WERE I M we . Foreslburg I. VV. BOVVEN , Denton . . Jermyn ORIIELIA BREWER L-illiavz . . . Den-lou MARGUERITE BRYAN . Avery GLADYS CLARK . . Window NORA ENGLISH . . Blackwell IVIILDRED FIELDS . Demon NIYRTLE GILBERT Golden MARGARET HALL . Riesel VELMA F ERN HANCOCK Winters EMMA JANE IQEENE Bryson DELLA MAE IQOINER . Kmm NELL E. LATTIMORE Frost RUTH LOONEY . . Denton . Henderson CLARENCE MORRIS . . Edom . Lillian VVILMA PALMER Normangee . Lzgflein Lois PIPER . Adamsville W' ,E ff' MMAQLQQE 1215 3 H, A :Ea N. 'Q b 1 -g--.lx-v' .sv-X eww.. :.,..'Q.wq'4-.L 51--to-q ' 'J , , ,J N NA, he 1 .1 1 A I M 1 - y u v N- x W 'J 'T 99 .LQ X' 19 1 4 . , N 44 K '5 ALXCE B PoRT1:1c Vfckens G T THOMSON . Chicota 1 Lois Uxnnmx oon . Denton Moran Oenamlle FANNIE MAE W xr I ACE Keller -. AL ATHI' Su-uv IRIS SPENCER GL -wx Q NV 111 IE H arlelou ' Brom on LYDIA XVILSON HELEN XVRIGHT Denton N 1..n3..,., 1 , Page 86 Y up Afex f x Lf 1'D K f.--..T?:. .f 1 , in if uv 3 3,1 fa, . 2.11 LX ff bf H 1 X X fs, ' , 'ff 2-11. Pa -'ff Di? 41 M 11 J 1 Y' 2 . U3 ,. U A ,L gg . 1 ff! F5 z. A ff ' I 22: 5 3 1 I- 43 ' K. 4 3 . 5151, "J 5 ,, T' I L " ' I ' 'XL AT'-g .Q if 1 51 ii Page 87 , " af? H-'f"'-1 yum l"'5a vN:I"'Nf's ml QsAU..f " f'i4fi4f4's4-ffifa'-ds--I.-eG'v'4'r0I CORNELIA COLTHARP CLARA FELPS JEWEL HOGPER JESSE LEGETT RICHARD MARQUIS ROBERT MARQUIS ERVIN- ANDERSON XVILBUR BARBER JOHN CORBIN MATTIE CUNNI NGHAII STARR NIANN ALINE MARTIN I 4 uid, U-.MSHA-4 6 p, ,gg x A f I -X f , 5 W I ' - 1 R- I ,I-w w! Y?-1, 1 :iv , fx I J I GRADF TEN IDERES O DELL INEZ O DELL' JASMINE RUDD PAUL RUSHING DOROTHY SMITH El'IORY SMITH GRADE NINF WARD RODGERS CHARLES SMOOT HERBERT WALDEN VIRGI1: WILTMAN GOBER VVRICHT 1 1 4 WE SLEY UNDERWOOD 4 T L 3Q'f"fw-fvafv-few--Q mgqegf f-2.-1 seas-w-A-N .9 . ! W: if I .LA Z, Y. if X I L, Hg Page 89 2 Q V s I X 94. x X 1 GRADE EIGHT ELAINE ADAMS JAMES ASHBURN GLADYS BARNS PALMER BRALY H T BURGOOIN LUCILI' ELLIS IRBY GRANT LORENE LANDRETH ELBERT LOVELFSS O C MANN CATHERINE MARTIN ERNEST MCCOMES CATHERINE MCII FR MILI ER SMITH ROBERT SMITH ALLIE STANLEY WILANA SULLIVAN FRANCIS WILKINS NOBI I' YVRIGHT C RADF SEVEN REGINA BARYS CLARK BI xcRBURY ALINE BRADSIIAXV MARY BURGOON MARY CRAIG FRANCIS DAVENPORT LOTTIE M DONOHO GERALDINI' FOWLER HILDRLY HLUDDLE MAELE KING GENE LEGETT MARY LEGETT THELMA M ATTIIEWS PFRCY MCDONA RUBY M CLAUGHLIN PEARSON MEDDERS JOANNA MORRIS CATHERINE SCIIII EER MARJORIE SIIUM XKER ANDREWV SVVENSON WILLIE L TAYLOR MA RY UNUDERWOOD GEORGE WALLER BERRY BELL WRIGHT A z 3 5 f . . 'I " n ' 91 . 3- B 4 A IM , l U I J 4 - , . , 511 . . ' '31 ffvf 1 1 ,. W ' . xg I 4 4 ' ' ' Ek A95 V -' ' " I' ' 1 - 5 ' fi 'S ' I , .A ' , I 4. ' ' LD sl - ,. . -. ' 'ga This . v fy. A , 4 ' I Ki- ' I . A I f. . 3' ni A I' A I ' f I ' . , L 1 ' N Bn' 4 5 t 4 1 4 L7 V -f . ' I 4 1 4 I J , : V? 1 1 4 I ' I 19 25 ' li, f i Yi 4, liz ia ji! -5 . f F r 3' 3, .X wx 8 . Q 1 ' iw Y , i 5' 'f at ' 1,4- ggg 9 1 r . Mi Q The representatives have spent a year in South America in active research for their respective institutions. On their return to North America they plan , l to make such reports to these institutions as will create more friendly relations " between the two Americas. The firms presented at the banquet held in the Pan- -L American Building in Washingtoii, D. C., were: X i . i . . . 5 X 1. Smithsonian Institute in Wasliington, D. C. P 291 2. Museum of Natural History. A i 3. VVhite Swan Coffee Co. A 5 4. Realtors : Q Argentina, Ruby Lee Stockard. i N I Brazil CI-Iome Real Estate Co.j, Linda Vlfright. N Countries of the Andes, Milton Smith. - Countries of the Andes, james Maxwell. A f 5. Exchange Professors: ga, 59 Irlistory, Pearl walking. 2 Geograjnlzy, Herbert Harris. I ' I 6. Chilean Nitrate Works, 25 Madison Avenue, New York. "' V 7. National Geographic Staff. . Y gi S. Factory Commercial Agent of U. S. 1 if 9. Hershey Company, Pennsylvania. gf Ng, 10. Visitors: Mr. Odam, Anna Powell, Miss Lothrop, Mr. L. XV. Newton, ,K Miss Epsie Manniiig, Elizabeth Woodhouse, Mrs. J. E. Blair. ,ff Ri Page go . , X 2' , V g.v-pyvKe.f ga9u.aNr"u.NvNnrf-ga jg f'.-fiafa-'99-fi ...rio--16'v4i'-YQ The FOu1 th and F1fth G1adeS of the Trammg School cOnS1der It '1 great p11v1lege and pleasure to Studs French TIIIS Shows the stage Set for the drama- t17at1O11 Of a storv They have merelv Stopped long enough to pose for their p1CtuI e JOHN ANDERSON ROBERT BARNS SFLNIA RUE BI AIR DOLORTS CRAIN JESSIE DAVENPORT W C DOWDELL HUGH FGAY ' ' ALBERTA BIGCS A A ALVIN BONEY ie EMERSON BLEWETT HERBERT BRADFORD JAMES E. CORBIN FRANCIS K. CRADDOCK A I VIRGINIA CRAIG Egg HOWARD FLOYD ' Page 91 FIFTH GRADF GLADIN1' FRITZ PEGGY HILL ADDIE BFLLET ANCIORD TONI I EGETT MILTON MARTIN INA MAE RENIIRO ROLAND SCHWEER FRED BOONL W RIGHT FOURTH GRAD E DOROTIIY JIM GRAY RUTH GRAY t ELIZABETH HARE DICK HARRIS CHARLES HENDERSON ICATHRYN HOOPER ROBERT HOPKINS, JR. MARY RUTH JARNIGAN LA VERN KLEPPER CHARLES SHUYIAKER Eva JOE STANI EY SUZARNE SWENSON NELL TAYLOR SAM UNDFIZWOOD 'XWELDON TJNDERXVOOD MARY JO WHITE THOMAS MATTHEWS GLADYS MCCRORX CHARLES SAUNDERS LETEEL SIMMONS OLA MAE STOCKARD RUTH ANNA VITZ MARY JOE WILKINS XVI-IITNEY CROWE WRIGHT h2.zfnf...4-.- v il, lf-i ru.-x I ,V Egfwv, ,I 4 ml I lla my I I xl ,-'?"4 C21 M 5" ,arg Ml ,II . 'U I3 sl' ff 'I . 1 ,I ww. 1., I 'Q 3211 I, ls P1 U. I 'cr 1 I I-I ' all if 'i .9 " . K 15-vfznsr-.2 -.::+-.,-r 'fills' 9ff121HI4'9if-,, 'I-'ffeek -- ff- 7 -V- I - f. I ., 1, -.,.. I ,gk ff -, I- 4.,g-,:,-.i.x,y ,ing -qrrg, ,:,.,1.,,,flI:-.fx !.,.I.R-7 ..,- -5 wif -,.5,?,,' r.--I .-5,., 4.1 4,1 1,7 - ' I ,Y ,?..iL.i...,,.-...,.,, .a-NE, f-,..fE.-- ma' eg. ,s -- , -l-,h-i,,- .- 1 A lie N L. INDIAN ACTIVITES REPRESENTED BY THE SECOND GRADE. Eg.,The homes, dress, food, occupations, and pastimes of the Indians are being studied by the second grade children in the above picture, In the sand table at the right they have constructed an Indian village. At the left a little girl is weaving a rug, The children in the foreground are painting designs on their suits and head dresses, grinding corn, and decorating the Wigwam. THIRD GRADE PRESENTING "THE ELVES AND THE SI-IOEMAKERQ' IN PUPPET SHOW' In connection with the observance of Good Book VVeek the Third Grade read the story of "The Elves and the Shoemaker" from Grimm's Fairy Tales. During their language period, they put the story into dramatic form for the purpose of presenting it in a puppet show, which was later given before general assembly. Those chosen to manipulate the dolls and also to speak the parts were: Shoemaker . . .- CLAYTON MCGINNIS Son of Customer . CHARLES MoNTGoIIJ3Iu' Wife . . . CLYDENE OLIVER Elves ..... FRED Rfwzon Customer . . . CHARLES DAVIS RALPH SMITH Page Q2 L 1 l - , ,., ,. -..EAL .. , .:,,, ,rv i ',,,, ,-.,-,V.-.,5Y ij, S .H ,DI -,::v,f .Yi-V . f rf-Va: A I .LE if-F-QQL - gg LLL I ff .Je--7 -1 V-.-'1.-,a. H.- .. M , ,- if vw 1 -iq- X 61 ,,i, ,rn X W v G . K. v lf. fl I i li 1 .v, fu K U, Y. Ja cl n I s ,ll I l ll X V, -5 'lf Qt" r., equi Lil ilil fb' Xlfl ill gl lv? l'3fE I ff ,lflfll ljfll SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OF THE FIRST GRADE if lf: N . . . . . ll ' This party given by the First Grade is the outcome of classroom work in drawing, handwork and other subjectsg in fact, it is the result of planning and Q1 executing a social situation. L- x gyf A TYPICAL FREE PERIOD IN THE KINDERGARTEN if il The first hour in the morning is spent in free play in the kindergarten, when the children engage in block builclingg playing in the doll house built by the children, of Patty Hill Floor Blocksg looking at story booksg playing with It balls: stringing beadsg and doing some handiwork or construction work. It lift' is during this period that projects are initiated and later carried on to com- pletion. I as in il lmagldx ,-I 1. 'fj.. if ki 'li 'll Pug, ,il ggi! fill ali, 'Emi -iw ,.4v il I lf QQ l il I 'll .,.l, .e 'Yi Sli. ' .al il' ' 'X rw I I 1. lf' . "' i 1 MP? Page 93 U' Lfaf I ll fwfr' .I ., rv' 1 . . -. . ff' 'TH ffl IT'-7 vr-1-vi- --W-W f:.- -f --Y--,-M -ff! - N114 I. fifffizes l as s he i- eww- -2 r s K , 1 h. he JASMINE RUDD Q he V Jasmine came from Greenwood: she has been here since 1923 and will , Q be here through her senior year. Her 3 ,genial disposition, bright smile, and E f Ei, charming personality have' Won for f ax X her the hearts of all her classmates. ig. 'ls She is interested in every activity of X jr the school, particularly in athletics, i V ' being captain of the basketball team. She is also a charter member of the if Girls Literary Club, and holds efli- ciently an important office in it. She na' is no less enthusiastic when it comes p ig to having fun. We are glad she will EX 'beklfiereito make bright our senior . year. r . i B 2. i . K S63 9. l , 1. S . ,. ' A 544 3 - it f W 1 T r 1 J' - ' . K has . , k g X I ROBERT MARQUIS - F iiRobert'i has ,spent two years in Q. the Training School. His jolly nature A- andf' pleasing personality have won r sv- for him the friehdship 'of all his 'Qs l iellowclassmen. He holds the office g of Patrol Leader in the Boy Scout 3 'Organization and isa fine example of it 1 ian American Boy Scout., -- He has an , 35 enthusiastic interest in,all theractivi- r 5 .ties of the school,-is active in the 1 4 Training School Band, and is an .pg ardent supporter of the athletics V ofrfthe -school. 'Vie' predict for him a W' f gg successful future. ' if gif Pg l ' i r 'T ' . 4 I Page 94 'L . , , , , 19 25 Vx' -7 7 -4X K G. j IVQTQL., Tzlif in Q4 'Ing X:- x ' ,QA , ff' 5 'lip I5 3 ,' - V - X 1 x'3-gf Y-F-T 'Li ' - 'lv X W '-am. '51 Jflfiixd 1 J ffl It P vs, " F lf - 'ffklrf ,ij I Wil-- fzii, li' 'K I in Q, :ZW 3-Si" IQ TAI -ull? QH Zigi, iv! VIL, A LLTF! 'Ti V , if -V ,gt '-iii Q xi Maj? P '57'r , ,Nl 'V in If ug?-QT E16-N A JM F" , C' Q "ml Mi NY, Qi N' 5 44 ' 1' I' ,, lx- Q51 ,J 1 vm' 'ELF Q YT ff, Q Xt ai if! ig: 5 X 1 X Ev? iii? L53 wa W ,jx Z 1.4 aff az, Ng, T: P N 'ig a V bn -521 gf 9 V i IH 5 I '1 Eli, Q IQU i ,,,, 0 N ,xv AR I 4, , . - . 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Q 51:5 ff' -xg Y' P Y-'lf HV' age '-,uri 96 111,4- 'liggg L iii My vig, , Sxc x":f1fklf' W Q J Athleltlcs x -.V , . r x V . ,I ,V , - Q-, 41 Q vw A 3 f 14-Q-we-me ' Athletic Couneilll Top fav I-IARRISS Dmrs SCOTT CRUTSINGER Lower row LAGRONE OLIVER GIFSFCIE NIETZIIINTHIN Rr1D S a stab1l171ng and governmg factor of athletrc aCt1v1t1es at thls 1nst1tut1on there exxsts an Athletxc Councxl The Counc1l 1S composed of e1ght faculty members 'md 1 student representmtlve from each of the four college classes and flO1T1 the sub college department Thls councxl decrdes upon the el1g1b1l1t3 of playexs by rules laxd down bv the Texas Inter Collegmte Athlet1c Assoc1at1on It IS through the actlon of th1s counc1l that the Eagle and the bar 1S awarded to deservmg athletes The coaches who are members of the councll xecom mend that letters he 'lwzuded to certaxn 1nd1v1dua1 and the counc1l dCC1dCS upon the case of each Mr George Crutsmger IS cha1rn an of the Athlet1c Counc1l and the value of Ins work 1n 13.1S1I'lg the standard of Green 'md Whxte athletrcs 15 well appre mated Mr CI'llfS11'1g'G1 was responsxble for the awardmg of gold footballs to the letter mcn of h1gl'16St scholastlc standmg last fall Mr Crutsmger deserves much prause from the present student body and the student bod1es of the past because of hls SCFVICES as Cl1Z?L1I'1'1" tn of the Athlet1c Councll Page 97 7' 1 7-1 1 - - ., 1 1 J .4 Q, 1' j, L ,c c ' c" ' 11 1 1925 - ,, , . . . ' . ttf 'l r-2 , -- , , . , . ., ,. ,. fa'tb9?4:!bsfvev'sx9-surXt'59'5s-?"S-s as-4xfPd'H?w9l. all fj . The Coaches gi, l ff . E A 3 X l JV' ' N .5 I fi , , 2 .5 N Q I l ii Q If l 3 tg nj il We l JAMES W. STI CLAI-R . . Basketball and Baseball ' f THERON J. FoUTs . . . . Football and Track ' 3 - JOHN B. Rm . . . . Baskelball and Baseball .l U A Miss MYINNIE GIESECICE . . . . Womevfs T rack -X . Miss BEULAH HARR1ss .... Womens Basketball ' Witli the resignation of Coach St. Clair came the necessity of changes in , our coaching staff. Mr. St. Clair had served the college well in fulfilling his V7 duties as a coach, but, seeing an opportunity, he decided to make the most of 'Y it. Mr. Fouts, coach of football and track for several years, became head of fi-S I1 the physical education department. There was need of a second physical educa-A ' ' tion instructor, and Mr. john B. Reid was chosen to lill that position. Mr. Reid, -ff a versatile athlete at Baylor and later a competent coach at San Marcos Baptist Q Academy, came to the Eagles as coach of basketball, baseball, and tennis. Miss Beulah Harriss, a woman Well known by the student body of the past P and present, is coach of women's basketball and womerfs tennis. Miss Harriss Qi has been a physical education instructor here for several years and has stood 19+ behind the Eagles and the college through thick and thin. The work of Miss P . 1 Harriss is appreciated by the student body. The won1en's gymnasium is named 'A K in her honor. 'V Miss Giesecke came to this college to fill the position of assistant physical ba 35 education instructor, which was left vacant by the resignation of Miss Palmer 'BK Daugette. Miss Giesecke majored in physical education at Texas University. 1 5 .. V g, Page 98 f '- , , o . C , , s ,, 1, ,Ng 'l :Sf-'C-Wviltese-A Wi"-'r"Qv-4-swvfmffssf' -. - - A Y N ge., mga'-. I ,--2 , , Y f'5"N1'V""vY++f-ffkf'3fP"+hfT's-s f'w-Graf--'zu-rifs'..41ax.-axaefq-eq T Cheer Leaders: ERMINLL11 FAVOR CALVIN JoNEs NOAA BENSON NEIL FORD HE Eagles WSIS alcled 1n tl1e1r Athletlc contests by the loy'1l work of Cluef Calvln and l'1lS asswtants It was the1r work m orgamzmg the Eagle 1ooters that mspxred the Green and Wh1te warnors to hard eal ned v1ctor1es These vell leaders d1d not l1m1t thexr yells to old stand by Yea Eagles F1ght but composed SPICY humorous loyal yells that kept the Eagle athletes full of fight The Work kept the student body pulhng for thelr teams upon the Held as well as prov1d1ng 111 ample means for proper expresswn of thexr loywllv The Mechcme Makers were ever on the Job They Bemg good lOOlC1I'lg peppy and l1vely the asslstants of Chlef Calvm xx xll ever be remembeled by the student body 'md the Eagle athletes 9 , , " ' . I ' " . Y ,' W 1 ,, . . ,, . . C x, 1 ., 7 n . . . A 4 K C . . - a 1 - X , ll V . " c , if x l an 1 1 f - - l " c . Q' ' 1 ' ' ' C E -V . . C I . . C in ' 11 ' ' - u F ' Q were behind the Eagles whether they were winning or losing. . 5 . Y y 1. J N . 1 ll ' ' 11 T' , 1 c c ' . va-Aj' fgfdxf-'L zQ,f5i.Q 1 Naffaix,-Dg ,cfx,q5Q ALZSJIQQ-K,,,4U .za f-Eggs pu - , ' Ji .. -.iw " ,, , W , , I e"'tf' wVP"?v'N-W f"'ts?'Nf0"v2 A Pvfvgefa-fgaffviaaqef..-axaeu-X Q The New Emblem S AN award more appropriateithan the lettered sweater, the Ath- letic Council decided upon the gold Eagle and the bar. When an Eagle makes his first letter he is given the emblem, and for eachgsub- sequent letter he is given a bar. Each letter man is then entitled to wear the lettered sweater. To'make the new emblem' strictly the emblem of the North Texas State' Teachers College, it has been copyrighted. The bar of the emblem on which the name and date of the sport is engraved is symbolic of the athletic activities of the letter man and his ability as an athlete. The Eagle with its outspreading wings, pointed beak, and grasping claws stands for the principles of the Green and Wliite. The Eagle is not only the authentic emblem of the institu- tion's athletics but of the institution's activities as a whole. Ruggedhess and strength of principle are symbolized by the strength shown in the wings. A sharp fight for fair play and victory is shown by grasping claws and hardened beak. g Page Ion We-fxv 2-if-'Sift'-4 4142+-ww X'5,F'L'x"R '5'x""4Q 2-'...f,4...fs-' 1' ' 4':',-- W -59: vz,-few--I Q. 'I W HEROES' Of the Athletic Emblem Football ' Baseball ' I DAVIS, WALLACE BARNES, A. C. b DUNSWORTH, ORVUJLE CHAPMAN, JOE ,J FROMM, ULYSSES DAVIDSON, GUY if GRIFFITH, I. B. GAMBILL, JOE. - I V HUNDLEY, RAY GILLIAM, JOHN ' . IQNOWLES, SIDNEY ' GRASTY, MINOR ' J LEVVIS, HENRY I HUNDLEY, RAY ,Lx MILLER, CARL HUTCHESON, E. O. Q-7 MCCOMBS, LLOYD APOLLAN, CHARLES Q 'MCCRARX', MAURICE SPAULDING, -RAYMOND fig NOAH, WINTON TURNEY, I. H. ' W OLIVER, IVAN WHITE, HORACE ,H SIMMONS, JAMES ak SLACK, FRED . A ' Teams J I SPORTSMAN, CI-IARLES I 'QQ ' TAMPKE, ELRIER CONNELL, EARL , WALLACE, HO1N'IER V ' I'1ARGRAVE,vBAILEY Q, WOOD, ELMER HIARGRAVE, ESTES KD WILLIS, HOMER I 1 Basketball 3, Wo1'nen's Basketball . BARR, I-IUBERT V' HARDEGREE, LELAND BLANKENSHIP, VADA ' ry HAYES, ELMORE JACOBS, VIOLET 'N W MCCOMBS, LLOYD LARAMORE, MAUDE I B MCCRARY, MAURICE MABRY, CATHERINE PERRYMAN, H. A. MCGLOTHIN, FAY RICHARDS, OSBORNE VARNELL, ETHEL . - - VARNELL, PANSY Track I WEST, PEARL J -, YARDROUGH, BILL ff BECKER, BEN ,Bl ' BELCHER' GORDON Womenls Tennis ' COFFEY, FRED Kg, . DAVIDSON, GUY A BLOUNT, GEORGIA BELL J MILLER, CARL WEST, PEARL , RILEY, FRANK VVILKERSON, MABEL 9 '1l SLACK, FRED x 'N 2. mf, 1 Page lor ' N,-ff!-.--Q--"" .fig I ,- Q,-. M- n Y, X. ,1 xt, fr 1. ix at li .., Ai 0 Q tfi . .HJ The New Athletic Field Qi, it it K1 . If iii' Tl i sf it' -if it - ir T' v il if hu ,. . .ig itil ,'f' ll? if ,tr ,,.l Q22 W ' A thi ist if iii it .pix tb th sv-ii -Q HE Eagle teams of the past have been hampered by the lack of an adequate athletic field upon which to train. This obstacle has passed into oblivion iff' and the representatives of the Green and Wliite will no longer find themselves fl, lost when they dig their cleats into the turf of their opponents' gridiron, when fic" they spike the bag of a iirst-class diamond, or when they set a fast pace on the Cinder paths. iii . . . . . . it The gridiron, with its oncoming growth of Bermuda, the fast diamond, with its fences far away, and the track, with its 220-yard straight-away and quarter- mile oval, s eak well of the institution and the efforts of those who labored for x, D , , 5, Li, the development of the athletic field. fs-. Tti The women of the college are no longer orphans, athletically speaking.. They have their own well-equipped gymnasium in which to hold their work- outs and physical education classes. I-Ieretofore, the women have practiced or . . . . .iff on the rough Hoor of the men's gymnasium, and their physical education classes 'Til have been held anywhere and everywhere. Those conditions have likewise 55314 1 . 1: passec . yi, Eg' At last, the Eagle has come into its own! ,N , Page 102 jfff ij -rj ' di lifih . 7, K, .md ,s,.,s.-.-f- were, s fs vs.. is ,af af. ssffzw LQ Q5 Fuwtbadm P9'f FiTQN'Y"Jo uk A I ,ty H N . , . V V ' f A ' ' V5 H ,KI4 ,Q - 'ff A A f G' er le- , - CAPTAIN WALLACE DAVIS V 1. 5 s P5 , s. S.l-l.S.T.C.... , - s ,1 if:- 5' I I 5:-. 4 P' Gm P9-G er INK'-1:3 Tl , 1-rfiaf-a-f,.,.fQ,5'.,,55.,.,g f Top row left to rzgizt TAMPIF XVALLACE Simmons FROMM ICNOWLES BELKIN D. GRIFPITH SLACK BRFWER Second row REID ffksst Coachj Lnvns MCCRARY NOAH' DAVIDSON CMascotJ HAMMER , DLNISNNORTH HUNDLEY Fonts CCoachD ,. Bottom 7010-MILLER Woon MCC owns DAVIS QCapta1nj I. B. GRIYFITH OLIVER SRORTSMAN '- SEASON S RESULTS 555555555 O . ,.... ..,.. . S.M.U.... , ,, 222222 5555 5555 nnmnno 00 +-3 O r-r 93. Cx xr . . .... , . Baylor....., . in Decatur ....... . - Daniel Baker . . . . '-1 v ..... . , . , .... San Marcos ..,. . lx . . . ...,..,.,, 12 ' Simmons ...... . 7 ' 7 222 0 1 . , .,......,. 14 W. T. S. T. C .... . 7 . 0 . . 0 . S. Trinity. ........ . . . Total ........... . 64 I f ea Review of the Football Season 5 ' HEN Coach Fouts called the roll at his training camp, he found that the team of 1923 furnished a nucleus about which to build a team , that won second place in the T. I. A. A. QTexas Intercollegiate Athletic'Associa- A tionj. There were ten letter men from the 1923 team, two letter men from former 1 N m 1 . teams, and, promising material from Eaglet and high school teams trying to win Q. S 9. EI positions. The back field was built up about Slack and Sportsman. There was , , a letter- man for every line position except center, which was left open by the . -1 . ef failure of "Steer Johnson" to return. The Eagles held S. M. U., the champions of the Southwestern conference ,, in 1923 and undefeated in 1924, to a 7 to 3 score and then won four out of six Page 104 . I. , .-.. ' 1 1.17 it f 5 I I -r'- -- A- I fa. 2. ?J inf, W, , EV' L, , ,- ,f -- - V -----V, -V---f -4 - -- -----5 -----A----1 X 1:31 . li , A ' ' ,na if ' W 1 ' A , ' r ' , "f . ' , 13 - V ' 'I .Q A ,M YA 4 ' A it Y . ' . . :age , W I f' 51 Y' . 'lj . To 351 QS 'fi Q' 1 .1 , I Q 41 H5 I T1 . . - - , , . 2 1 1 'I X 'v I - 1 A 1 1 J 1 ' 4 1 W 571 , . f - if 4 I ' ' V I , ' 1 , ' ' , ' 1 , Ya ai N S 3 7 f s Q O 30 S 15 3 , S 10 0 5 x S 6 10 4 x 6 1 f K . 4 L vm ' Haan ' - -Y b--l- "' A K 'vi ' - -., Y' , , nfs Q, 1 A FRQMM SPORTSMANY SLACL Lasses was a lmeman mth Choc was the slunmg light Slack was the Eagle speed adrnvc He could take hls man of the Eagle back Held Hrs merchant He was our best, out of plays and he was a bar luxe plunging and mterference bet on end run Slacks toe ner to opposmg backs He IS runnmg earned h1m an all 'I' carrled the Eagles out of many cwptam elect I X A berth at hallback hole a lhe as a fair lace s nt w p klcker 'l I A A contests, losmg one 'md tymg one Close SCOICS and thrllhng plays marked all the games, whether lost or won The most dCC1SlVE defeat came at the hfmds of the champron Baylor Bears, who ran over the Fagles 30 to 0 S M U 3 7 The Eagles opened the season by holdlng the strong Mustangs to a four pomt margm The Mustangs scored soon after the game started on Stfalght football Stollenwerck carryxng the ball over for a touchdown The try for pomt was successful, and the Eagles carrled the ball to S M U s twenty elght vard l1ne after Grrfhth s br1ll1'1nt th1rty yard end run A puntmg duel ensued, and 'Slack mtercepted a pass, cirryrng rt back th1rty yards Hrs place k1Ck from the twenty flve yard lxne was square between the bars, and the first half ended soon afterwards Slack s speed fooled opposzng wmgmen Page zo, l T- . . . l C I . Y 4 ' I C .J . 1 ' I . . . - , . . - - ' . .. - ' , C ' n ' fi? ,. e f ,f5'f'f1 riijoag-S., a l - ,.e,r,fmf, g f vc., 25 v gel! , -msn.. 4. 17.1. i'1Y'P9"'e'V"FvN'-fVf"5u3'Ndf'ws f'QKie4af,sQ-"iff"-41 :Jae-Jyflrnn-Rfqg Ji? , . fi A .w t ff, Y Y ' xg, 1 4 -1. 5 ,. ,,' ' 90 N ia f': , gn. Yi V3 . .3 4 ' 'i za HUNDLEY IVIILLER KNOXVLES VR Hundley wasa big guard who "Humpty" did not play the Knowles' speed was amazing , was a hard man to get around. flashy type of ball that earned for a big fellow. His chief He could open' holes on the him an all T. I. A. A. place last duty was pulling baekheld men N . oliense, and his motto is "Get year, but he played a steadxer, down from behind. Knowles , your man." Hundley got men- more consistent game this year had fight and determination H tion for an all T. I. A. A. posx- than ever before. that carried the line far in every N . ion. p ay, 9- I S. M. U. kept possession of the ball most of the last half. The Eagle defense A. 'Q proved rather st1ff, and long gains were scarce, es ecially with the ball in the W sr . . . . P . 4 gf' Eagle territor . Slack got off a hi h s iral with the stron wind that rolled to '- y Y , s p g , S. M. U. s goal l1ne. The Mustangs then made first downs at will, but were held for downs on the five-yard line. The whistle ended play shortly -after Slack n 2 E, punted out of danger. The team made a very promising showing in this contest, YQ . giving the Eagle supporters much hope of a successful year. Slack, Miller, K , . McCon1bs and Fromm pla ed stellar football, as did their teammates in the l' d b kfi ld Y 1ne an l ac e . i , 1 BAYLOR 0-30 ' , 4, The close score of the Eagles' game with S. M. ,U. gave the Baylor Bears no 'I P' room for over-confidence. They entered the game with a determination to batter 14'-'lx I the Ea le defense to shreds, and batter it the did. The Ea les battled the g . . V g. . f Ia Bears off their feet in the first uarter. The Bears could not am consistentl 'T 6, , , . is I A -P , f VM - 1 1' - . L , 4 T il 9. f. ' 'f Sw .SL . , .gs The Zinejanirlzed oppanenfs attempts to block kicks ' . Pu I 6 T 1 gZ 0 7 .37-fg.4!YQ'?49f,J'f 1m:iw,-',gk,.fqfasq1u.i is-49-at V d,a.gx,tgg:cX4-44 L.:a',,pq'.g'Jff,.g,.4.,Y,,4'D :1,.-.-Ame pyfsfvvfu fum Xf"5aXaPNa5"'Sf fllfflnlll ,Fl P,-Gefanfs...-ff-i0'..aa.s.-Afbefq-X41 -SMR' Tx.MPK1: Tampke was a backfleld man who dld not get '1 chance because of the strength of lus teammates Tamplee could pass and carry the ball wxth much skll No xu Jonah showed the opposx tion hon to carry a ball 1n a broken field Hxs speed carried hum far mto 'L broken field whtre 11e was very clusne Gnu' F1 ru I B could return punts better than the opposing safety man nn every game He threct ed the Eagle attack and punted ln Slacks absence and often found themselves downed f01 losses A fumbled punt gave them a break and they scored a Held goal near the end of the quarter In the second qualter the Green 'md Wl11te defense weakened under the constant hammcrmg of Bavlor s offense The Bears cons1stent ga1ns netted two touchdowns, and the half ended wlth the Eagles hold1ng the short end of a 17 to 0 count Baylor made two more touchdowns 1n the second half, fresh players gaming at w1ll through the tzrmg Eagle defense The Bears defense kept the Eagle offense smeared and the Eagles defenslve play chd not perm1t much offense. P1tLman was Baylor s star He gamed many yards and outd1stanced Slack 1n puntmg The chan1p1on Beaxs proved to be the only team that gaxned through the Eagles l1ne Wlth conslstency DECATUR BAPTIST 15 3 The Eagles played on the new gr1d1ron for the first tune and glamoured the occas1on wlth a hard fought vlctorv over the Ind1ans from Decatur Baptist Spmlsmcw makes jirst touchdown Qf the season , ei! " -' - as 4-Q 1-serial ' .q. A A. fr' ,' T wh I lv W -l , - q- ,n Q.. ' if -3-L Q: l Q N I , lfy.-." 1 -' ' r' I, K. 2: if n L K' . Y I 'Y l - . ., . 1. . . , . , Q . . Q I . ' . ,C . ,C l J - Y u V I ' I . - . , . . 4 , , . . . . Y , . . ' .1 l u n , AV-Y F-V . Page107 A 9 5 , ,.,. . .-X ,Q, -K, lv, Zgcnfraf ,Mar ., .B 7 X ,v""N IPFYYH- S'-if-fi "N , Q 19-fr, nf4"'v xl v"5ef ..4!K'a-a1q'll" Q' A f W We TAY? 1 Q6'TgwF-4vfiilf4A?i5?1Q5-4QsiaQ4Xf"f'1fXarx 1 5.3 num, .Le ,ia 4 H if N E nr x IWCCRARYS4 Mac was strong on boththe oiiense and defense He alway followed the ball and xt was nothmg unusual to see hxm cover a fumble Woon Tobe wws '1 lxght man for he hne but he had iight to make up for hrs lack of weight Wood was strong on the defense and had a never say dxe spmt Lnwrs Lewrs was a fast man wxth a capabxllty of recexvmg p1sses. He got down under punts well and was fmr m takmg out UD1JO51llg men College The game was keenly fought, and not untxl the Ind1ans had made a Slack outdlstanced h1s opponent 111 the klcklng that ensued and he txed the score w1th a place k1Ck from the 20 yard lme The Eagles opened the second half w1th a deterrnmed dr1ve, Sportsman makmg a touchdown after cons1stent gams had placed the ball 1n scormg d1stance Lew1s a speedy Eagle end then recelved the klCk off and ran nmety yards through a broken Held for a touchdown. H15 mterference took men out ll'l front of h1m Wlth mach1nel1ke regularity. S1mmons returned the next k1ckoff forty frve yards but the Eagle offenswe failed on the Ind1an ten yard l1ne The passmg of Decatur proved fut1le, and S1mmons 30 yard run ended the game The ent1re backheld d1d excellent work 1n the flrst Eagle vlctory but Sports- man s terr1Hc l1ne plungrng was the most l1Ot1C63.blB feature The lme held ex- ceedmgly well and opened many holes on the offense, Brewer takmg the lead in th1s department ji lll Grzjilh was elusive when returning punts ' +DCCC'15Gd P4152 108 'rr K X 1 x ta A t a 1 . ' 1- I . . . ' ' . 1 U., Q field goal did the Eagles wake up. 1 1 y . . . . i . , , A . v F y . . . . , . . , W F .. ! , . . . . . .Qs-.mf-,.fT71' , T'ff,Tf- A L' Ql1,.,-Qfffu' - , , -wwf, , r:,!TQ1,fl.amllQl 1 4 1 v ' , 1 fd I . 15 1 Q ...fe N 'f--fvxagvf-4. Ng..f,J..-fg.- '0 - re sam ,- WALLACE , Snvuvrons OLIVER Oliver was our other quarter- back. He was heady in his assortment of plays, and his drop-kicking could be depended XVallace was a shifty l1a'f-back who got his chance in the last part of the season and made good. ,"Fats" started toward the line slowly, but he was shifty and often stepped into a broken field for long runs. His defen- sive work was outstanding. uD011- DANIEL BAKER 10-0' . The Eagles opened their T. I. A. A. activities with a hard-fought victory over the Hill Billies who opposed the defeat very strongly The Eagles carried the ball deep into Daniel Baker territoiy at the very start but their march was checked and Slack failed to kick a held goal Then Slack showed the Hill Bilhes that they could gain no ground by punting for he outdistanced Alford' in their encounter The Eagles started the second quarter mth a number of incomplete passes Slack gained thirty yards on two punts and he missed another try for a field goal after he had made a first down Knowles proved his defensive worth by pulling down a Hill Billie from behind after a 45 yard run The third quarter proved to be a scoreless affair Sportsman carried the ball down the held for forty yards but the Eagles failed to score Passes to Simmons and Slack for long gains carried the ball to the three yard line but the Daniel Baker boys refused to be scored upon Again the Eagles rushed the ball from midfield de p into Daniel Baker s territory only to lose the ball Fats jinds a hole 111, Ulf' H111 Bzllzes line Page IU9 We at is qv V 3, 1 le- R 56 N fi , r' 3. H sf F4 l U I . y 1 n T D - C - L Q f v - - - - 5 1 ' 7 ' A . . ' . . . 'f - s. 7.- V . K I .. . . in , ' 1 n I , c . , 5 1 -N . A ,. r ' . as . ' -4 , 1 ' Q ' U I . ' I . 1 fax . Q . b . , I . D W A W v c , i , y r mm.-- td 2 lr 'Lf ff l 'Q pf " , " T' . T, ', ' ' J . Q .L 12 H-KV i5"'P5"Ke-'V"99N-Q V"'54ff31N0'NrS ',"v'i9f-2-fvffa'+-G ds.-aiavdfewi in ' - - J 1 e ' . - g he . A y 2 Q! H ' v Ei lv- Q f 9 H i GI i. I X W 3, A Ti .5 - 'N .3 I 4 i . ri if ' McCoMns Davis DUNSWORTH Q "Pie" was amend who did not Wallace was a fighting cap- He was our lighting center. r' Q T1 like for the opposition to gain tain that wasa gentleman inialli John was .not the flashy type of LH A around his end, and .he con- his dealing wuh Ins teammates playenwho is distinguished by 7 7 SZ5ii'i111WE5mK'.,iT52ia.55 i'N'Z2a1lSi' EiLli?5'i.fliZ'Sef7fZliiE2 553 liriiiiifiiii' but he was 3" 1' tackle? Q fourth ygar as au' Eagle. L Y gl I f ng . - 3- a on downs. Slack's and Grifhihs place kicks went wide into a strong wind, and ' 1 p twice the Hill Billies got out of bad holes. Alford puntedi to his own 40-yard line ka fl where Oliver was tackled after signaling for a free catch. This break' cost the Hill Billies three points, as Oliver's drop kick from the thirty-eight yard line was ' Z straight into the wind and the ball cleared the bar by a safe margin. The Hill 4 Bilhes aerial attack was started, and Knowles intercepted a pass and stepped i .f forty-five yards through the opposition for a touchdown. . V ' Knowles' defensive work and long run, Sports1nan's long gains through the Q line, Slack's punting and Oliverls drop-kicking featured the victory. The Eagle line held at all times, and -it was only the strong Daniel Baker defense 'on their an T , own goal 'line thatkept the scoreiclown. E S 3 ' ' SAN MARCOS .6-10 GT ' The Eagles' hopes ifor a T. I. A. A. Championship went gliminering when fi N V , Dame Fortune smiled upon the Bobcats of Southwestern Teachers College and sg gave them a lucky victory. The game opened with a punting duel, Slack having N6 L ' " ' - - - -ali : '35 '- X I ei .5 , 1 1. gg. Q' , .4 Q 4 f Q3 ' "Choc" slzvzirved njjens-ive power agrzinsl the Bobcats 'P - Page 110 'Lq'l....fYo',4kf,.'!v--L vuiq',1ls,,.nQX-of-41. qs-4.9.4 la'f4-'vUQFfVv"4s fnfrx Ning'-14-4"x"'5'-in V 'A . ' ' - ebv+a2 P?4wwFf":ue1adf-vs f'4+-'ref-feffsa-1-rd wwl-X - The Eagles go down under Slack 5 long spirals ' the edge. Straight football carried the ball to the Bobcat one-foot line. Here breaks came to aid the Bobcats a fumble that was covered by a Bobcat costing the Eagles a touchdown. Then Miller touched a punt with his finger tips in an attempt tolblock it San Marcos getting the ball on their six-yard line. The next punt was successful and Shelton intercepted an Eagle lateral pass and ran forty- five yards for a touchdown. . The Eagles came right back with sweeping end runs to make a touchdown Griffith Slack and Sportsman carrying the ball. Oliver failed to make the point after touchdown and the Bobcats hmshed the first half with a one pornt margin Griffith made forty six yards on two end runs and his drop kick failed The defense of both teams stiffened and the game became a punting duel the honors being evenly divlded The Eagles then opened an overhead attack wx h1ch proved unsuccessful San Marcos recovered a punt on the Eagle twenty yard l1ne and scored a field goal Sportsman Slack and Guffith bore the brunt of the Eagle offense makmg fourteen Hrst downs to San Marcos four Lasses Fromm was the star of the Eagle line making tackle after tackle San Marcos got the breaks, that s all SIMMONS 12 1 The Cowboys from Abilene could do nothing with tht s'r1a1ght football shown by the Eagles in less than six minutes they had scored By long punts and Eagle fumbles Snnmons carried the ball to the Eagle two yaid line but was un able to score Slack made a sixty yard run and crossed the Simmons goal hne only to be called back for going out of bounds the actual gain of ground being The Ca Uboa r could nal fathom Ike Eagle ami runs I age III I L i C c c , c 1 C x C C C I 1 y C C I c ' ' c ' , c K . r 1 - . C y . - . . t - e . Q . ' ' . - . c , f ' . c ' - ' I 1 5 1 I. - A S 7 ' . ,v rr 1: V . c . c . c . , c I ' ' c ' . - c c ' c A, . ' ,Nr- W t 5 . I . A . 1 U A L -i . - L : 1 1 l y ' - I . 4 I H C . , , ' i. ' V ' 1 ' . c . ' ' ' c , ' i C , c T ' c 30 yards. T 'T l . .nike -Q . . A.. - ' ,X .Z . ,K I 4 ' , I f 1 - 5 V f , J , s.fXw,af,.f:,,-4 -a.',,.4a.1q+..c az.-4 x.,.f,a.X,wgs..zgx-9-,Q ,iq - gvsg,f-y,..e..- 'v f ' i "!'m"' ...,..,., ...J ,.- .. , up 1: . . H U Fifty-fywtfitt "'- -:rig YT P . ' ,, -f' gtgyt. i , - 7 ia . . A fl fi, A lv 321 XF, Q. pf F X ' f Q- .bs . ,. p . N . li -8, The Eagle place kicks were 'fzever rushed by opponents 1 22 The third quarter opened with a punting duel, which ended in a Cowboy 5, fumble on the Simmons ten-yard line. Griffith then changed his tactics, plunging X Q the line for a touchdown. Again the Eagles failed to add the extra point. , 5 Then the Cowboys opened their offensive, Kimbrough and Wooten bearing the brunt of the attack. The Eagles, seemingly overconfident behind the twelve- " point margin, allowed the Cowboys to reach the Eagle thirteen-yard line by if straight football. Wooten then caught a pass for a touchdown, and the extra point p - ga was made by Kimbrough. The later Cowboy attempts at passing were incomplete, Q and the game ended with "Fats" Simmons carrying the ball for long gains. Slack and Sportsman were the Eagles chief ground-gainers, each making ga. 18. consistently with the ball. Simmons made several long gains, and his hard fl tackling when backing up the line stood out throughout the contest. ,' si s. H. s. T. c. 7-Us :la 2: With the hard hitting Sportsman and the dependable Slack hampered by T i T ', injuries, the Eagles were held to a lower score at Huntsville than their consistent far ,xl gains justinecl. Gain after gain carried the ball deep into the opponentfs terri- ' 5 ' tory, but the heavy Bearcat line held the Ea le backs safely. Taking the ball on ' 9 . . . . 3 . . ft their own thirty-yard line in the second quarter, the Eagles made a 70-yard drive , , to the goal line, Slack carrying the 'ball around end for the touchdown. The T l 1 ' Bearcats then made a drive through the Eagle line. They had carried the ball to midtield when the half ended. The .second half was a repetition of the first, f V xl 1 'the Eagle line smothering every attempt of the Bearcat offense and the Eagles Q i gaining anywhere except within the opposition's.twenty-yard line. The most . V. lfff' t A ii to H r' "" F "n' rim n t'i'tn'n g 1 1 . -4 --L -, ii. .f'i"LL ' .. Ll. :A ' ' .. ' W .'k l QQ ' " A The Eagle linemevz were hard to get past Q . I Page IIE Q ' . HBE . - V? r, 3" , 'S-" i f ,ve 0 vvvefy-vrsywfe Rf-'g shrub-vs Pifqefaqfsfsa-yrs.-Q :ds-,agswn-X Q ,- , ., ,,'u.3P The Eagle mlef ference 'was best agamsl the Bujaloes 6YC1t1I1g play of the last half was a long punt by Fats Snnmons He got one off for srxty yards and It rolled twenty more Hundley on one Slde of the lme and Fromm on the other played stellar games It was due to the mvmclble xx ork of the l1ne that the Bearcat odense never carrled the ball past the Eagle forty we yard hne WTSTC140 The Eagles w1ecked the Canyon Buffaloes hopes by handxng them a dec1s1ve wallopmg It took the Eagles just sur mmutes to make the flrst touchdown, wlthout losxng possess1on of the ball Slack c1rr1ed the hall over on a short end run afte1 a Buffalo fumble had glven the Eagles the ball on the fifty yard hue Noah then stepped lnto the hrnehght by h1s flashy end runs when Slack went out w1th 1n3ur1es Hrs speed c'1rr1ed hun far 1nto a broken fleld where he d1d some clever slde steppmg He carrxed the ball 49 yards 1n three plays and Sportsman plunged szx mches for a touchdown Ohver made the extra po1nt Canyon s passes were lncomplete and the half ended w1th the Eagles on the long end of a 14 to 0 sco1e The Buffaloes came back 111 the last half to try to redeem themselves but they could not accomphsh the feat There came an exchange of punts and the Buffaloes got a break Bevens scoopmg up a fumbled punt and runnmg slxtv five yards before Knowles pulled h1m down The Buffaloes made a touchdown by a pass to Gamble and scoled the extra pO11'll2 Bevens opened up h1s passlng game but It vsas of no avarl for the Eagles mtercepted them The Eagles kept the ball as much as posslble and had It 1n -IQ Noah made brzllmvzl end runs belzfmd perfect mterfarfnc Page II3 4. on ', X ' 'Q , , AK l. 11 - 4 C . 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' . ., 1 "' ,ff ,. , -rid f S .cel jing -t ' l-,A - .lf . -.,.s...: W 1":A"i5' LSEI'f4rg12'2fgzf51f91-1-s:- f551f',v.1 ,As . ff .--,.rr-,- ' , - 4-" ' iff, 'iz-5-:, - ' ff' S ?i :ri V'"T"T'f""r"-fl-973'-E-f"'2' -mi-ff fIT"'fii1' , - . -, f 3 m l , 1 . a 1 ' 6 n. C A , c c . L ' c 1 ' 1 ' - 1 y . . U . 1 1 - 7 r " v , .. c c c , Y 1 Y 7 c Q 7 1 1 , ti PML-Y-3' fic, :PNAS--S, gm Aixq Tis 'T lg HW 'H' qw. :...,,,,,-ue. .rav- A long end mm agcmzvt the Ti ers their possession when the game ended Noah was the star of the day seemingly making gains at will Spoitsman and Simmons also made many yards. Bur- son the huge Canyon fullback was closely watched and his yardage was kept low Hundley broke through the line to stop plays before they could be started several times and his defensive work stood out during the contest. TRINITY 0-0 Thanksgiving found the Eagles in a crippled condition. Slack Sportsman, Davis and Simmons wx ere handicapped by injuries. Slack never got into the game and the other three were out a large part of the time. But still that Old Eagle line battled the haid hitting Tigers to a standstill. As usual the game opened with short gains and many punts. Sportsman made consistent gains for a While' but his injuries soon told on him. The Trinity offense was continually smeared and the punting was continued. Noah made short gains consistently and Tampke broke loose to regain some ground that the Eagles had lost. The third quarter was 'L repetition of the first half short punts and little offensive by both teams. Trinity then made fifty yards by an assortment of plays but penalties and a ten-yard loss toolc the punch out of their drive. The Eagles carried the ball down the Held and Griffith s drop-kick failed. Then came an exchange of punts which was followed by three Trinity first downs on straight football and one on a pass. Morrison missed two tries for field goals and the whistle ended the Eagles' 1924 football season with the scoreless tie. ' -N . The Eagle line was too strong for the T igers Page II4 1 1 i 'ir ', 6 94--fXD'f1iV i3,.zQ.sfiA4L Kc-Q4-fx, j,5T,a..Lf-gg,,.,fYe-xg.-gg ,nf J:i'Q.21J,,,JX.-...4 'U Bagketbaun , "Q i 'J-7 ' QQ , Nh! O if 13 5 Q N if 4 f , 'E 5 1 1-0131 9-fvvyafefa ba-vx xkngv CAPTAIN LELAND HARDEGREE -,, ,kb Y V 'A FKHEN QHT21 -. . V . 1 W. . 5.5,--oyvhfyvr-a pg., yaqvxsv-qrq .gf 5a',,qg.,f,,g4,,a-Ya-,,Q5,,,,,Xa ,? l REL "E , gf l 0 QV 13. V . 1 I A ',. ,, fi K 3 uf Top row REID CCoachJ PERRYMAN, PIAYES, BRANDON, D. JONES A 5 Second row L jones BARR HARDEGREE CCaplain3, MCCOMBS, RICHARDS A Na Review of the Season T HE Eagles with eleven victories and five defeats in sixteen T. I. A. A. con- M tests played superb ball in mid-seasong but they finished in sixth place in B the percentage column due to three early-season losses and two defeats at the . hands of the Buffaloes In Justice to the wearers of Green and Wliite, it may be p said that they did not lose a single game on the home Hoor and finished below 4, two teams that did not play representative schedules. Coach Reid had a good p start for the team with Perryman and McCombs at guard, McCrary at center, Q Y and Hardegree and Barr at forward. In addition to these veterans, Richards, "N , 1 guard and Hayes forward helped to make the Eagles a winning team. V THE OPENING' ROAD TRIP 'Rl I i The Eagles opened the season at the home of the Hill Billies and took the .. short end of 23-17. The Eagles, handicapped by sickness and the waxed floor Xa ii- of the court, were unable to start scoring. The Eagle teamwork never got under f f. way, though the Daniel Baker defense seemed easy. ' y gp The second game ended with D. B. beaten to a frazzle and the floor gummed 3, with vaseline from the shoes of the Eagles. The Eagles ran the score up to 33-9. .W The opposition found McCombs and Perryman a strong defensive combination, T getting one field goal. The Eagles ran wild and showed the Brownwood boys A f nf- some real defensive work. ,A A The 'second games on the road were with Howard-Payne. The Eagles were , f ir still handicapped by illness but showed much better form than in their first - gr game against Daniel Baker. The first game was exceedingly slow, and many ,f personal fouls were called. The Eagles were unable to perfect their defense and Q ' A - x, Page 116 l, X6ff"i5'X49Q 4Vy"'4s Y I 11, U , ie' , .-5,9 H,-2 a , , Q'e"rF'D"'Ks-'V"!?9+v-a'Xf'5Q-'Nff""vs. ,"v-'ff--'sa-fife'.s-Q e-'-.-zeeeff-ew. 3 z ' ' hs .2 ii' . ix Q 1 1 is S 5' ' 'Uv .. f '. A .D 1 . ip ' x al f ff 1 f 7 w. 54 K McCoMBs PERRYMAN Ric:-:Anus ba. "Pie" received. injuries early The Eagle defense centered Richards scrapped all the ' , in the season and was kept around the work of "Snag." time in his own left-handed . out of the mid-season games. Opposing forwards found him way. He was a fast guard with , W - A His work at guard kept sev- a hard man to "shake off." two more years ahead of himL V lx eral opposing forwards from "Snag's" last, year will ever 'f 5' being "right." be remembered. 3 missed many good shots. Nunnally was the star for the Yellow Jackets and ,f' , high-point man. The game finally ended 14-16 in favor of Howard Payne. Q ,BI In the second game the Eagles could not get started until late. Hayes was , 5 the star for the Eagles, with eleven points, while N unnally again starred and was '4 Q high-point man with 13 points. Howard Payne won, 21-20. 1 94 JG p COMMERCE 22-17 Q- ' gi In a game that was marked by slowness and a lack of smoothness, the Eagles ,Lf y drubbed the Lions 22 to 17. The Lions took an early lead, but the defensive 134 H work of Perryman and Barr's timely field goals enabled the Eagles to finish the f ' half with Aa two-point lead. The co-operation of Hardegree and Hayes let the ga in Eagles keep ahead in the last half. The two Eagles located the basket and kept f J . shooting at it. A . g COMMERCE 28-21 . 3, i The Lions took a five-point lead earlyg the Eagles were not able to overcome 1 it in the first half . Hardegree broke the ice with a long shot' from center. The 1 , 521 offense of both teams was limited by walkingg the work of Richards and Perry- g 1 man kept the Commerce lead low. The characteristic Eagle come-back was 1, m staged in the second half. Perryman and Richards came back with hght, and 'Q 9- held the Lions until Hardegree got "hot." He made seven field goals in the last half. McCrary played an exceptional game. Q Q Q Page 117 ' L J ' ' X 1 - x f A f 1 ' ' I .v v-Qv f-'Z-dv-s wh-4 9- . vi'--4 e-Q--fs x4ff4"x'aK"4'6'e""51'1'9r4"":3i'-A'f734-1vii4f""'9 93, Z, Q,-1a.'z:n.s ,.,.l: J r re N azk 7 1 N i ' HAYES Doc was tle outstandlng player of tle team thls year He Hashed bnllxantly on both offense and defense Ht vvls AllT I A A mateual H KRDEC-REL Leland was an excellent captain leadmg hxs team mates nto the fray w1th light. and cletermmatxon Harde gree was fast and elus ve B-um Barr plfmymg lns econd year was contmually 111 the rxght place He played both forward and guard pos1t1o s wxth equal alnllty SAN MARCOS 23 21 San Marcos went down before the Eagles 1n the most thr1ll1ng game of the season The defense of both was strong Perryman had h1s hands full 1n cov ermg Boggus, and the other Eagles vs Olked hard to keep the Bobcats from scor 1ng Each team made one field goal 1n the f1rst half The second half was a d1ffe1ent affa1r show1ng a fast offense and a st1ff defense Boggus and Shelton kept the1r po1nts equal to those of Hayes Hardegree and Barr and the game ended at 19 all Hayes long shot gave the Eagles a two po1nt lead and Bog gus t1ed lt up m the Hrst play off Then Hayes cut loose from 1 d1fF1cult angle and won the contest 1n the second play off SAN MARCOS 2:1 18 The Eagles were not so nearly beaten as 1n the Hrst game Snag agam had trouble 111 keepmg Boggus from chalkmg up a vlctory The score was t1ed at the end of the half the Bobcats opened the second by takmg a three pomt lead At th1s po111t Hayes entered and hlS long shots put the Eagles to a safe ead Y M H A 33 24 The Eagles handed the Hebrews quxte 1 shock defeatmg them 33 24 The Hebrevss had lost only two games and were classed among the best amateur teams 1n the state They had beaten State Un1vers1ty and S M U The He brews had a great defense but offense of Hayes and Hardegree coupled wlth the Page 118 1 . 1 . y . . 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',xfV"1ei5r'5:i'f iq, 2 Jx Zin ilillzmnrnam 'VI-XURICE MCCRARX came to the Denton Teaelxtrs College m IQZK Hr. soon became wul known and well hl ed No one 1-.new hum but to 3.lll111I'C lus sterhng quahtxes 'ls 'mn athlete and as a gentleman McCr'u'vs 'lctnons as an athlete marked htm as ons. who held hxgh stfmdards ofsports manslnp Mar' was held in highest esteem hx Ins teammates and bw supporters of the Green 'md hVllll0 He tool. lns athletxc aettvx iles to heart trvmg hard to Wm f'11rly He possessed that quahty wlnch marked 'us ahxhtw ts 'Lstudent determmatlon to succeed Maumee vu ms ever cheerfll but there was lllOllL,l'llfI.llDLSS rn th at very mood He had an llIldCl'QLll'ldlI'lL, and 1 respect for tht feel mes of lns assoexates He had the tenderness 'md gentleness that 15 charaettnsuc of '1 gentle man Maurxce took Ins tasks SPl'10llily and 'xeeomplxshecl them falthxullx McCr'try served hxs college his fellou m ln and lus God by offerxng lus best He has passed over the Great Dxvxde mto the Ianrl of Greater Promise The Eagle droops Ins head tn sad berertve ment but remembtrs 'md eherxshes the xxork and the fond memories of tms noble ltd BASKETBALL Conzfmued an eye for long shots, but the close guardxng of the Eagles held them to a few shots, ehmmatmg shots Wltlllll the fifteen foot l1ne Ban, Hayes and Harde gl ee looked best for the Eagles, wlnle Perretta was the ma1n factor for the He b1ews FOUR VVINS FROM AUSTIN COLLEGE The hrst game w1th the Kangaroos was a true tr1al for the Eagles The work of Cox gave Austm College a 14 6 lead at the end of the half The Eagles found the basket 111 the last half Cow: rolled up the Kanga1 oo score, but Hayes excellent work, coupled w1th that of h1s teammates, gave the Eagles a 39 to 28 Wm The second game was a repet1t1on of the second half of the first The Fagles ran rough shod over the Kangaroo defense and amassed a total of th1rty tluee pomts, Captam Hardeglee and Hayes loopmg Held goals eas1lv The Eagle defense kept the Aust1n College offense well 1n hand, allowmg them four teen pomts Havmg lost on the1r home floor, the Kangaroos came to Denton detetmmed to levenge then defeats The Eagles seemed to be t1red and greatly off form, and the forwards had dxffieulty 111 loeatlng the basket The game was rough and personal fouls were numerous Butler, of Shennan, called the game very closely, maktng 11: seem slow Our team started the game off m whn lw1nd fash1on and scored S1X pomts before allowmg the opponents to score Barr was hlgh pomt man, wlth twelve Page IIQ We a he 4 r A I ' TQ! 55 1 -V X L . I . f ' -5 A5 ,. N . , 1 .' x i ,H c 1 ' . I - A '. C' . ' f ' Q' TU' 1- 1 n '. 1 2 . - W , 7' 1 ' 1 . 'X . ' ' . ' . . ' 1 . , - ' ' . . V ' X ' . H U ' 'Q I 1 N 3' , 1 ' 'L' z 1 Y . - f .- 2 .5 f -' ' - A ' 5 2' ' .1 . ' ' , ' ' ' ' a K A . p . -. C ,A - - p AA, 2- ' 1 I ,Q Q '- .' ' ' W ! ' . A. C v -'. . L A K1 : UN A . . ! AQ: v ff H - 2 B, masterly defense of Perryman and Richards, was too much. The Hebrews had Q G A P . ' ' ' . ' , gp . . l - H- ' . ' - Y ' , c ' ' . Q 4 y 1 X I A I 1 I . 6, - l - Ni 1 , - , ' - A ,x , , , , . , . . I 75 M C I h . n D . , . g - , 4 - . - , . . M 9+ D ' , . ' ' - r QT. . . . M . 1 ra. . . Q . - . . Q 4 Q N f. f- - 1- ' - - w x V 1 1' Y- yr f 'X 1' f V 'f ' P 1 lu- 1:53. 3,4 -egg. Q9-,954 , A f..fX,gR-,aqfgxnwsg ,-91,401 h,gfgg.gq4wu' i V ,.. ,,,. , V "af -" 5112- , .. . . ,.,, :ia-fxf'r""w points. Cox and Morgan were the main factors for the A. C. quintet. The Aus- tin College boys were completely out played. At the final whistle they found themselves on the little-endiof 36-16. The game here with the Kangaroos was much faster than the lirstg the Eagles were in much better form than on the previous night and had little difhculty in handing the Kangaroos a 40-to-25 defeat. Hayes got started and accounted for. eight field goals and one foul goal. Hardegree also found the basket time after time. The guarding of "Snag" Perryman, and the co-operative Work of Perryman, Richards, and McCrary were interesting features of the game. Nel- son, Cox, and Morgan were best for Austin. TRINITY 22-21 The Tigers almost handed the Eagles a neat defeat when Morris, a little left-hander, started hitting the basket from every position. He gave them a lead by two long field goals. The half found the Tiger defense, keeping the Eagles from counting, with the score at fifteen-all. Morris put the Tigers in the lead and it took some fast work by the Eagles to stay within shooting dis- tance. Hayes and Perryman-broke loose with long goalsg then Hayes tied the score. The Tigers forged aheadg Hardegree's hook shot tied the score again. For a short while the teams battled evenly, and then Barr pitched a foul goal to win. Morris was high-point man and might have been able to beat the Eagles, had he not been given special attention by "Pie" McCombs. . TRINITY 32-22 The Eagles showed a complete reversal in the second game and swept the Tigers off of their feet Morris was smothered by the Eagle defense Hamm wx as the Trinity star Hayes played the fastest game that was played on the Eagle Hoor during the season The Tr1n1ty defense could not hold him down he vias high point man with eighteen points Barr and Hardegree made sev cral pretty lield goals but fed Hayes most of the time McCombs played a brilliant defensive game but he vi as taken from the game with four personals Snag Perryman playing his last game on the Eagle floor was the central figure The Tigeis could not out guess him and the Eagle for wards got many chances by Snag s brilliant work EAGLES LOSE TWO ON CANYON TRIP In the last two games the Eagles were defeated by the Buffaloes The games were played in the new gymnasium at Canyon The Buffaloes had always been bitter antagonists of the Eagles and had defeated them in the last four encounters The Eagles had their only chance to win in the opening game They did not get avi ay on the start but fought consistently throughout the game only to be nosed out by a score of 25 21 The Eagles had no part1cular stars in this game but eveiv man played good ball Crump and Hill were the stars for the Buffaloes In the second game the Eagles had little chance to win The Buffaloes got away to a iiying start to get the11 27 points Crump star forward for Can yon got loose for twelve points being high point man Hardegnee led the Eagle scores with six points Lack of proper team work and close guarding of the Canyon guards held the Eagles to thirteen po1nts Page 120 1 ' I 7 l D . 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Captain Fred Slack 'fb Q Top row, left lo right- WILLIS, GARDNER, Moons, PARKER, LITTLE, TURNER, MCCOLLUBI Mzddle ww- FROMM, MEADOWS, KEENE, IQNOVVLES, COFFEY, MILLER, Davrs, FoUTs CCoaehD Boilom raw- HANsARD, BECKER, SPORTSMAN, B1zLcHER,CANNoN, SLACK, DAVIDSON, COUSER, ILE1' 1 Revrevv of the T raelk Season ROM the st'Lndpo1nt of v1ctor1es and defeats the Eagle track season of 1924 was a d1smal fa1lure The lack of a track upon wh1ch to work out and the fa1lure of the field men to develop account for the wrde d1fference rn the Eagles and therr opponents pomts The outstandmg man for the Eagles was Captam Slack He made the ma3or1ty of the Eagles po1nts rn the T I A A meet and never farlecl to tal e at least one Hrst place Rrley was the Eagles entrant rn the hrgh Jump and he usually d1d well Becker Belcher Mrller and Hansard were the Eagles clrstance runners Slack Barnes Sportsman and Cannon were the representatrves 1n the dashes Slack Cannon Fromm DHV1dSOH Dfmvrs VV1ll1s and Rrley d1d the field work for the Eagles SMU The Eagles lost an earlv season dual meet to S M U The Fagles were best 1n the sprrnts and hurdles but they lost the clrstance runs and fleld events by a wrde margm The Eagles started off 1n a wh1rlW1nd fash1on w1th Barnes and Slack taklng flrst and second respectrvely ln the 100 vard dash Slack Page 122 O C . . . , 1 , , , I - . . . , , , c . , - , , - , . . 1 . 7 . . . . x . , 1 . . . . c , . . , . 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 r ' - 1 1 1 1 C 1 1 3 - ' c . . . B 7 . . . W - . . . . y . N X 7 1 1 ', - 'U f .. . :eff "'5"f "2 , , ' , , , 5 ' P X mfwfwww-QX QIS-P-vs ,hs-'fed--fs4aie'q-wax.-ff'v1'rq WH i MILLFR RILEY Davmsov Humpty dulson1eeAeelle.nt Riley was the Eagles en Fluker hurled the Javelin work in running the lnli mile tram. 111 the high Jump He upon several occaslons and and lus track work added much was '1 big man and the ease he was good enough to make Lo his athletic activities is an with which he jumped puzzled Ins third letter by work in that Eagle. many. event. turned the tables and beat Barnes to the tape in the 220-yard dash, and Hansard won the mile run in five minutes. Coffey then took lirst place in the high hurdles. Fromm took second in the discus throw, Belcher second in the two-mile event, Slack second in the broad jump, Hansard second in the half-mile, and Riley tied for first in the high jump, at live feet and eight inches. The Mustangs won first in these, events in which the Eagles took second place. Captain Slack was high point man for the Eagles, making eleven points. Lindsay of S. M. U. was high point man of the meet with eighteen points. T. C. U. MEET - The Frogs took a dual meet from the Eagles by a score of 76 to 41. The interest in many of the events was largely due to the fact that the Eagle entrants had met their horned competitors on other occasions. The Eagles showed a marked improvement in the Held events, but they were unable to compete with the Held entrants of T. C. U. Slack tied with Nicholson and Parker of T. C. U. for high points, with first place in ,the hundred-yard dash, first place in the 220- yard low hurdles, and second in 220-yard dash. Belcher Won the two-mile run by a fast finish, and Hansard was beaten to the tape by Montgomery. Davidson Page 123 vulidgfvfpgfldfgf-L 2s,,.,Q.vfa.1Q59Qq-rx 19 'tai ' 141' 'D h, A -.sank ia? me I ff-1""f'D"'wY"'99sLw V"'5a51NeP"xa fullgll ,N-f1e4+1fgfa'vf'+-f-1 ei..-awed:-X fa BLLcH1:1z Corrm BECLER Belcl er letter d an the chs Frcds wrlhngness to try Benny w sa dxstance run tmce events He tooltlns track enabled 111m to letter an the l18I'Wlt.l1TIll.lCl endurance H1s work earnestly and rmde mwny hurdles Pracuce enabled hxm smallness was no handlcap and points for the Eagles to win he placed in the T I A A meet. took the 1avel1n event and Knowles took second Dans took second 1n the d1scus throw Cannon took second 1n the pole vault and W1lllS placed ln the shot put It was the excellent mark of the Frog track men 1n the field events that gave them such a la1ge margm over tl1e Eagles JUNIOR A AND M MEET The Eagles first and only v1ctory of the season was over the North Texas Agucultural and Mechanlcal Hornets by the close count of 54 to 47 It was the stellar work of Captam Slack that enabled the Eagles to Wm He took H1S'lf yard low hurdles The Work of Cannon R1ley Promm, and Davls 1n the field events helped the Eagles 1n chalkmg up the v1ctory Perhaps Humpty M1ller s fast t1me 1n the half m1le was the outstandxng feature of the meet but the great work of Slack 15 not to be under est1mated AUSTIN CGLLEFE MEET The Kangaroos took a dual meet from the Eagles by the overwhelrnmg count of 70 to 31 The Fagles showed the 1ll effects of the meet that they had won just three days before Slack took the 220 yard low hurdles second 1n the 100 yard Page 124 . 1 rg ' ' - s ' ' ' " . " 2 ' . 2 1 . ' ' - ' ' ' 1 K ' 1 ' . '. t - 1 ,l - . 1 . . . -- Y . A . c I' ' place in the javelin throw, broad jump, 1100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, and 220- - y . , . . . ' ' ' ll YY ' Y R X '. ' - . V ' 1 1 J -f q4....fXv',4avg.dr,--A 2.4.41 .s g-:A-1-f Mr'--fvbklif-Q'f1""4i tml-V? "3-"rg-"x"" 9 ' HEI . 1 I ' 4 at A L 1 1 , ear-pbfveafyvrpyspa vvxsbs-sw-s,q1 ,ff--144-f,ffS'..a d,.-.fee-ewnfx ew, NON LETTER MEN CPORTSMAN ISNOWLFS DAVIS Coussu CKNIBON I Rownvr Even though these n1e11 dld not make then' T s they were of rcat value to the college Choc had too m11ch competzuon by hlS teammate Slack to letter Cannon was a steady track man hls vaultmg almost wx on hun 1 letter Davxs handled the d1scus and the shot well but lacked experlence knowles and rfOITlII1 were welght and dxscus men of note but could not make tl1e necessarv five pomts Couse was good on both the half mlle and the broad jump and worked very hard dash, and second 1n the 220 yard dash M1ller of the Eagles won first place 111 the half 1111le W1l11s second 111 the shotput, Belcher second ln the m1le run and Sportsman second IH tl1e broad Jump The event that was the most hotly con tested was the W1HI1111g of the h1gh Jump honors by M1ller of the Kangaroos R1ley made 111m hop l11gher than he ever had hopped before to Wm the event It was the work of the tnt1re Austm College team that rolled up the11 po1nts Then' cons1stency 111 wmnmg IS made pla1n by their placmg 1n every eve11t A The Eagles were 'lble to make but fourteen pomts IH the T I A A meet at Abllene and Captam Slack made 111ne of these pomts He Won the 220 yard low l1u1dles, took fourtl1 1n the shotp11t, and captured th1rd 1n the b1oad Jump Becker managed to take th1rd place 111 the m1le a11d RIIGV took second 1n the h1gl1 Jump The Eagles met some of the best trackmen 1n the state m th1s meet The work of Cheaney was outstandmg he took three f1rst places thus makmg h1m h1g11 pomt man of the meet I-Ie could not W1n the meet for Howard Payne, 11OW6VC1 for Southwestern Un1ve1s1ty, Wlth ILS fast relay team earned off honors Page 12 5 e ' 1 . 1 ' ' T 1 ' . + -' ' , Y ' . 1 , ' . r y - I T. 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The squad had a valuable man in the versatile Slack a man who could win in both track and field events. His place though not easy to fill is being filled by several men viho are fast developing in his events. With Becker back at the mile and Miller working on the 880-yard run the Eagles have a cinch on gathering points in the distance runs. With Sportsman Hammer Lewis Noah and Miller doing the relay work the Green and White will surely take some mile relays in the dual meets. There are several good men in the 440-yard and 220-yard dashes Noah Lewis Hammer and Sportsman doing the majority of the work. These sprint artists and Coffey will surely make some one hustle to take places in the high hurdles. In the field events the Eagles have a better prospect of winning than last year. Thompson Davis Lewis 'Coffey Sportsman and Dunsworth promise to garner points against all opponents in future meets. Page 126 7 1 1 1 Y 1 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'D ' Baseball GNWRQ X CWC' we-A -knfi 9-Or-f ' Y W' . '-kr' 7 , 1 ' , lim Quzh A - g 5 Y lr A: 1-A -I ' ' ' ' F , 5 t, .I . I' V Q , I V Y-lv 4 hnqnyd-qq-,auxbgsvnvynqd A Captain I rl H. 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Us uf ' N ' ' s. Q K . ' ' - . ' a 57 3 . in h n u s 1 F rp , - . . I l I i . 6 defeat. The Eagle defense was erratic, flashing brilliance in one inning and 'S I a u I ll ,, I my . . . . QE , ' - in ' , ga , h , 1 CL - ' X . I T i f 7 . . HQ, ' V X Q x-gvfkqfl,-,fQa-Q,-engine iffy -5144.1 Qt'-pgql Qffgvf x 'X1"4., I . ' TX 1 A 3, 1 X gowfspyfafvvsvw-w-lf"5+-ev'-be-ws Psfv.e-f,ffa1'.4qs-4-feels, U, J I E. ' N P' WIIITE Horace s 'xbllrty to do mound d u ty wxs unquesuonable Faulty support lost several well pnchcd contests for lum He always out pxtched he opposmg twxrler D WIDSON Fluker was the mamstay of the Eagle prtclnng staff from the stanclpomt of wms and losses The huts that he gave up xx cre few and well scattered B ARNES Barnes held down the hot corner Hxs cluef value to the club was ins abxlxty to make extra bases on lns long htts excellently, wlth a1r trght support behmd h1m Afte1 Davrdson had set the oppo s1t1on down 1n one two three order m the first half of the twelfth Grasty walked, then Morgan walked Dawdson 'after Turney had slngled The bases were full and Gamb1ll smgled to score the w1nn1ng run The Eagles had chances to score 111 pract1cally even' 1nn1ng after the th1rd ages d1d not fatten off of the hurlmg of Davrdson and h1s support d1d not grve the A C men any opportunrtres for scormg Hundley furnlshed sluggxng exclte ment 1n the eighth by sluggmg to rxght field but he d1ed on base AUSTIN COLLEGE 0 2 The next dfty the Kangaroos turned the tables on the Eagles Durmg the first few rnmngs ne1ther s1de could score but thls d1d not contmue very long The Kangmoos nxcked Whlte for a lun 1n the Hfth on two h1ts and a sacrlfice The Eagles got enough h1ts to wm anybody s ball game, but Fowler kept them scattered In the late mnmgs I-Iundley Turney, and Chapman got good h1ts but d1ed on base The Kangaroos second run came ln the exghth but It was not Page 131 714 i 4 , V lv- I T -as x xg, L. 5 'b 2 ' Tu x " 7 .3 , A 5. A 'B a H. Q, A T 'f z ' ' 13, l Ns' A- . . . , g y , Q . . r wr n ' ' ' ' I C - .' ' .I 1 l . I . I ' If 58 y - ., ' a g X . . E I. A . . D y 1 . h g , - y ' . C . ' C , 4, . 'lg but Morgan tightened up to get out of the holes. The Kangaroos batting avers ,af A '. ' ' . , .A . ' 7 I . C ' sa' Y Y ' f , - X , ' ,I . . . . y . . . l A if . C - , - , l f ' , r T T ' -9 . . X V , K ' ' I I I . , 5 A P I l , , , , Y x . .4 - f r. ' X -or-69 MC we-we-fx rv-f'f-1" X'--G'Vr""N 1' A-'Q h -4'fx""' 5' A f J X 1 9 I ta I GRASTY Grasty was a maskman with ability 1-Ie was partly re sponsible for the success of the Eagle hurlers and largely re- sponsible for the success of the team. TURNEY Turney was captain of- this winning, combination. He was regularly an outfielder but he played first base in the absence of Hutcheson. POLLAN He could stop base-stealing as several attempts at thefts were th rt cl. Hi i in wa e s serv ce- the absence of Grasty was xn- dispensable. needed, as Fowler struck the Eagles out in the ninth, with two men on the base. White pitched excellently, and he would have won 'had the Eagles given him a few runs. . . EAGLES LOSE TWO TO TRINITY After opening the season at home with the Kangaroos, the Eagles went down to the Tiger's den. Here they lost two games to Trinity. A bumpy outfield was largely responsible for the errors that lost the games, but Tiger outfielders did not appear to be disturbed by bumps. Evidently they were used to itg the Eagles should 'have been after ,pre-season work in their cow pasture. "Fluker" Davidson twirled the first game with Grasty receivingg Wliite pitched the second, the last of which found Pollan behind the bat after a foul dubbed Grasty's finger. Trinity won both games, 7-4 and,5-2. In this series the Eagles lost their chance at the pennant. I . Littlejohn and Wicker were effectiveg the Eagles got few hits, some of which were long, ones, a homer by Barnes and a triple by Hundley. SIMMONS 7-0 Simmons came to Denton with the intention of cleaning, up the Eagle crew, but Davidson turned in a superbly pitched shutout. The Eagle batsmen wielded Page 132 K' 'a 4 N ,-Q f aa N fr f .3 , .Numa-g X l 9 Q -V X 8- f X la. X H 4. f K 3 K g Yi . - 'Xa y X uf-...A9'?44fi,dvf-4. 5,13-.sf-.L Q-554,441-X i'6'f4"y'R N-qfvx-4-4, ,-2' ,eq his-'Sa-Q" 'U Na ! .ff f 4 L- X . v. -l K A . . . . . . if " the willow wickedly, collecting ten hits for seven runs. The victors enjoyed a I ' Iv great inning in the third when five hits netted five runs. The Cowboys' chances QQ, to score were limited by the steady support given Davidson who was unhittable 5 in his second shut-out game of the season. ' X 5. s SIMMONS 7-4 ' 'iz White hurled a good brand of ball in this gameg but he was relieved in the ' in ' sixth by "Fluker" and did not get credit. Hundley tripled in second inning, A 7, but was out at the plate. Gilliam tripled and scored on an error. The Eagles 5 1 'E had to make three runs in the sixth to take the 'lead again, Gambill's base run- -X ning and Gilliam's hit being responsible. Estes' triple and an error knotted the 1 X 3 ' count in the seventhg and Hundley sewed it up with a long home-run in the it eighth that gave the Eagles three runs and a victory. x . a ,N . 4 EAGLES VICTORIOUS ON LONG ROAD TRIP it :fi To win five games and lose one on a road trip is good work for any ball club. zz The Eagles took the measure of Daniel, Baker twice, Howard Payne once, and f- j, gl Simmons twice. Davidson, the wheelhorse of the pitching staff, bested Green i -I. in a pitching duel the Hrst day, winning 2 to 1. Turney scored after daring base- f fw running by Gambill, and Hundley hit a home-run in the ninth. 3 L t ' The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets won the second game of the trip in the 'fi x ninth on an error which allowed two runs. Moreland started on the mound for the D H K 5- Eagles but was relieved by VVhite with the score tied. "Fluker" Davidson won . fame on that day as a pinch-hitter, scoring three men with a long hit into deep fgf gg center, making the score S-7. f K ! N . l The Eagles came right back the next day to take another contest from the ,G bg Hill Billies. White pitched shut-out ball, and his single and double were deter- - mining factors in the Eagles' scoring. Gilliam's four hits of five tries were fea- ie ' , tures of the gameg score 6-0. Q . 6' Davidson held the Yellow jackets to two runs while the Eagles collected six , ' 2 , off of the Howard Payne hurlers. Hundley got a long home-run to center fieldg Q, . gk score, 6-2. - X' Then the Green and White took another crack at the 'club of Simmons Colle e. The score of this game was the same as the score of day before, 6 to 2. 1 ' . I g The Cowboys scored two runs in the first inning and then White held them in 52 check. Doubles by Gambill and Chapman and Gilliam's triple were hits that if 5' t overcame the lead of the Cowboys and started the Eagles on the .road to victory. v '91 i B- The second game at Abilene was slow. Davidson won his game as usual, . but he had quite a bit of difficulty in holding a four-run lead, allowing two triples 2 Page 133 - ,ef-ffvf,-fcda.-4 19 25 '12 - E - ' ,, 1.1 A-me in the fifth. However, three runs were all that they could collect off of his de- livery. . ' SAN MARCUS 1-2 San Marcos came to Denton for a two-game series that would determine second place in the T. I. A. A. The first game was a pitching duel between Davidson and Henning the latter winning on a squeeze pl ly in the ninth The Bobcats scored then' other run on a wlld pitch bv Flukcx and for the Eagles Hundley scoied on a sacrifice fly by Baines The Eagle defense was more br1l liant in thls gan e than 111 anv other of the season but Henning had the Eagles b'1f'Hed Ifoui hits weie all that the Eagles could collect SAN MARCOS 2 0 Wliite turned the Bobcats back scoreless and won the last T I A A contest which gave the Eagles a tie vxith San Maicos for second place VVh1te gave up only three hits but he was not the only man who pitched baseball that day Kftlhna hurled hne ball g1V1ng two hits These tvio hits came in succession 1n the eighth inning Barnes singled past third and took second on an error Grasty singled to sco1e Bai nes and G1 astx scored on an er1o1 on WVh1te s long H3 X'-Vlllte contlnued to be effective and wx on DECATUR BAPTIST COLLEGE :J 4 The first game vuth Decatui was 'L ten innmg nip and tuck affair Gambill opened the first inning u 1th a triple and Hundley scored him with a single With the scoie tied in the fifth Gambill broke loose again smghng past th1rd and by some flashy base running scored To Bicldy of the Indians goes the honor of hitting the first home run on the new field his teammates mcked Fluker for I-Iundley hit a home run to give a one run lead in the eighth The Indians tied the score in the ninth on a double '1 wild pitch and a squeeze In the tenth Chapman and Hundley walked Wh1te doubled the winning run nas scored DECATUR BAPTIST COLLEGE o 1 Wl11te struck out Hfteen men to win the second game He allowed a run in the first inning and then held the Indmns scoreless I-Iundley tripled in the fourth Hutcheson s squeeze play failed I-Iundley being out at the plate Barnes scored Hutcheson vxith a trlple and scored on Turney s hunt B unes walked in the clghth and scored on errors fox the Eagles fifth run Page 134 1 4 -, 3 ' ' , 2 V' I I ' A ' ' ix J,-H . . 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Review of the Season T x EAGLE sextet lost seven of nine games during the past season, two losses - ' in , 2 - being to T. VV. C. and four losses being to the strong Gypsy aggregation of 9 San Marcos. The Eagle squad had every characteristic of an excellent team. Q Q, It had fight, co-operation, skill, and, above all, sportsmanship. A ' I The Eagles sorely missed the stars of last year, but those who came in made Z f excellent players for the positions that were vacantg our new team grew better p 3' as the season neared its close, and we expect a great team next year. Theiteam was more or less handicapped throughout the seasong they were T ' constantly hampered by illness and injuries. Players were also hindered by the . f fact that Pearl West, offensive star, time after time had to be shifted to de- in E5 fensive positions. V ' All in all the team had a good season and expects to have a much better ,I 4 one next year. ' 5,1 9- E. T. s. T. C. 24-19 f The Denton Co-eds dedicated the new Harriss Gymnasium by beating the f, W- ' East Texas sextet in the opening game of the season. A 5 V During the first quarter it looked as if the Green and White had a walkover, T V, -, but the East Texans soon made sufficient substitutions and displayed a great 5- brand of ball., 1 ' At times-the teamwork of both teams was poor, but there were Hashes of la Page 137 Q L w , ,. . r.a. . , ,c . . as , . Q-J 19 25 X J' , 4 . it C 'J Ea if A iz .N El Xa I f af I ' Sf 9- .5 x , . . X xi 73 , is 5, ' x .Q jf P . su, L iq. Z E. V:XRNELL I,ARixMoRE WEST , N 12, Ethel was our best forward. Maudewasalsoathree-striper. Pearl finished her third con- T3 fi She got loose for Field goals in She led her team as a good secutlve year for the green and ' ' every game and never missed Captain should, and always white. She played brilliantly ' a free pitch. played a hard, clean game. on either offense or defense. xl f 9- brilliant offense on both sides. The Eagle guards were careless at times and gave the East Texas girls many unguarded throws. ' Xa . X . Several candidates for the team showed up well. Pearl West was high scorer, - with a total of eighteen points. Laramore played a jam-up game, as did "Star" T 'F Jacobs. Catherine Mabry and Bill Yarbrough also played good ball. 4 i Commerce players seemed awkward and off form throughout the game. 'Q X E, Captain Bolton, center, and McMillan at guard were the outstanding stars for ' Commerce. f.'3x - T. KN. C. 24-32 5 The T. W. C. sextet, ancient and worthy rivals of the Eagles, took the , K measure of Miss Harriss' team by a safe margin, But they experienced more 'G ' trouble in doing this than one would have in measuring the length of a Wildcat's f tail. The teams were even in the matter of wins and losses in ast seasons, g . . . P M 3. and the victory put the Fort Worth girls in the lead. Q A West was the Eagle offensive star, winning high point honors with thirteen X points to her credit. Varnell was following closely w1th eleven points, and she X played a great game after Captain Laramore was shifted from forward to guard. R, . Mabry and Laramore fought valiantly to keep the Cowtown girls from scoring, but the T. W. C. girls were not to be denied. Excellent work by Jacobs and p K li. Yarbrough in the center court gave the Eagles many chances to score. x . SAN MARCOS 16-33 'S' The San Marcos Gypsies, last year's champions of the XV. I. A. A., defeated the Eagles by an overwhelming score of 33-16. k N 4 '92 Page 138 L , s Y. ,. ,- . . , . .. V . . . N g .vs-fev new so-4-sv-1 .ess-as 19 25 eff-X-sw-ve-szs :mfs-'S -azz-Q..-4--'V Page 139 fa x Aa 1 .- A 1 lov riff.-'i?T?'i?A PPG!!-W 1225. . rw. -ff' ' F--,H ' f-:rf--v fr-'erin' .rv '- --mf f-... g 'ZH ili h .. 14 ti, M ll lkkw N, 3. ,, . lj ry I Q55 F135 . , JACOBS Yanmzoucu MCGLOTHI-IN "Star" was our side center, Bill was our star jumping FHYC-WHS 21 Billard lillilf- WHS 'ul and very few opponents ever center. She followed the ball 1TlUCh fililfffd by HCT ODDUITCWLSV . ' all outplayerl her. like a hawk and was always and S116 IIGVGI' LZHVG UD- fighting. 13 . . liz The visitors outplayed and outfought the local sextet throughout the game, and never was the score undecided. The local forwards, Varnell and West, were so closely guarded that all efforts to overcome the early lead of the Gypsies were futile, while Mabry and Captain Lararnore could not halt the ll., unerring accuracy of the Gypsy forwards. ' lfj The Eagle team was .weakened by the injury of Star Jacobs, although WS Blankenship played the position well. . Wi Carlyle was the high scorer, with a total of twenty-three points. Vifoodson ,l of and M. Johnson also played great games. West, Varnell, and Laramore seemed best for the locals. ip Q af eil SAN MARCOS 14-19 A 1: The Gypsies found a much stronger opposition in the second game. The in Eagles entered the game with a determination to win. The hghting spirit and team work was much better than in the opening game. The Gypsies were outplayed throughout the hrst half, which ended 13 to 7 in favor of the locals. The second half was not so favorable for the Eagles. The Gypsy guards gl-, smothered Varnell and West, while Mabry and Laramore seemed to become tired if and unable to hold the scoring down. The game was rough and marred by personal and technical fouls. The superb fighting of Blankenship, and the scoring of Varnell were features We of the game. As in the opening game, Carlyle for the Gypsies was the leading scorer and was greatly responsible for the Gypsy's come-back in the last half. The game ended in a score of 14 to 19, with the visitors on top. ' 'l L . . ,W ,. .W .a . . . .- ,,.aa-evsz., --- jig E25 .4 Y- - : , . f. - .5' 'SE , , , . , .1 ,. . glpx gr layVY'py5b-as jpvqggyg 1 f . z " , , , 1 l 2 as 37 32, ' 5 , F X g 9' 'b K .X ii i l A .6 v . it 7 , . gg ' V L ! BLANICENSHIP MARRY A T P. VARNELL Q "Blankie" played either for- "Kat" played her first year Pansy did not play in many ,G K ' ward or side center, and never with the Eagles, and well de- games, but she played well ,I quit fighting. served the praise she got. for when she was needed. I I her hard, clean playing. , 2 5. - , . SAN MARCOS 7-27 -A N The Gypsies continued to beat the Eagle sextet and handed them a 27 to 7 , ? drubbing on the San Marcos Hoof. The Gypsies played the Green and White if . f 1 off of fl'1C11' feet throughout the game. The Eagle defense was weakened by the ,GQ T absence of Captain Laramore from the Eagle lineup. Pearl West was shifted 1 . to guard in a futile attempt to stop the stepping Gypsies, and the Eagle offense U' suffered' from her absence from her old position. , fa, ' Mabry did her best to check the San Marcos Club, but the task was well- Q r. nigh unaccomplishable. All of the Eagles' points were made by Ethel Varnell, I who made two field goals, and three foul goals over the Gypsys' defense. '74 , Q SAN MARCOS 14-24 .a 'li 'The last game of the San Marcos series found the Eagles trying hard to wing , ,f but their efforts were fruitless, and the half ended with the score tied at 7-all. 4 The Eagles suffered from their aggressiveness, for West and Jacobs got too many 5' 9, personals. 1 p The weakened Eagles were unable to stop the usual second-half rush of the H , Gypsies and were unable to stave off defeat. Ethel Varnell played her usual f 91 game at forward and scored the majority of the Eagles' points. The work of Mabry and West at guard in the first half, and of Blankenship at center in the , sa, last half, were features of the game. The Gypsy forwards played their type. of 'Z ' ' unbeatable ball, and the work of their centers was instrumental in the decisive victory. A V . ' if I Page r4o --4 - -'-' fg ,f -.-- x H,-Na+: -, if K- , 1 .f f 'i ' X9 i SgYfYv,.,aH'o bg-gg., 9,45--511. ,iq-9-uf, gfd-fVUgv.4-qfvvaws, ,-9 ,gif hilt,-ai.,f.qqu4 . G-eY"P?4v-Q Fffalvanfara. Fiserv-afsffvaawiss-aterafvewt :vt SIMMONS 26 21 In the hardest fought game of the season the Eagles were defeated by a score of 26 to 27 The Eagles allowed the brmmons sextet to prle up an erght pornt lead before thev could get started The Eagles then shrftetl players and gradually cut dow n the lead but were never able to overcome rt Both teams were serrously handrcapped by the rllness of some of the most promment players The game was a ter rrlic struggle throughout and the score was not decrded untrl the frnal whrstle Grant Srmmons captam was hrgh scorer of the game whrle Varnell of the Eagles was second SIMMONS 24 23 The second game vs as very srmrlar to the first as far as a terrrfrc struggle was concerned The Srmmons seactet was detemamed to cop the go whrle the Eagles were Bghtrng to even the ser res The second game was characterrfed by better team work than the Frrst and there were fewer personal and technrcal fouls Pearl West was the star for the Eagles She was hrgh scorer for the nrght wrth seventeen pornts to her credrt and she enabled her teammates to emerge wrth a one pornt vrctory or C1 then hard fightmg opponents Stevens for Srm mons held second place rn the scorrng w 1th fourteen pomts and was the star of the nrght for the S1mmons outfit TWC1721 The Poly sextet came to the Eagles home floor and placed a rough game rn therr wrn column The game was hotly contested by the Eagles but the T VV C lassres had blood rn therr eyes Captarn Laramore was forced to srt on the Slde lrnes wrth rngurres and the Eagles felt the need of her servrces The lead see sawed back and forth but It frnally fell rnto the hands of the Eagles opponents The work of Varnell at forward was eaccellent and West alternatrng at forward and guard d1d much to help her teammates Mabry was taken from the games on account of too many personals and her work was sorely mrssed The Eagle centers Jacobs and Yarbrough played excellently uncovermg flashmg floor work The Green and Whrte sexttt though defeated closed the season w1th a thrrllrng closely played game Page 141 ,gi he 7. 1 ' ' V ' c ' c ' 53 , , D -. 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C., for they won a Q .. if second leg on the VV. I. A. A. girls tennis cup. I Pearl West and Mabel Holland won it the . if first year that it was offered: and Pearl, X f I . teamed ivith Mabel Wilkerson, kept the good Q6 work going by winning it last year. One more F 1 , 7. win for the Eagles and we shall have another ,- V trophy to add to our collection. -gg V Pearl West and Mabel Wilkerson formed ' I g -if an unbeatable doubles team, while Georgie A Ai Belle Blount took care of the singles. The firsthmatch that the girls played was 1, with Austin College. In this match our , .FF doubles team took off the honors while the V1 Austin College girls had to be content with . I the singles. This contest was played at home V I . " - when the A. C. boys came to contest our boys. . J nn, l A 11 . .-:. sg I 'P w X. BLOUNT "Georgie Belle" was the Eagle R srl representative in. women's singles. I 5 She was a consistent tennis player. The VV. I. A. A. meet was ji ' 3 the next time that the girls got I 3 a a chance to exhibit their mettle. I It was played here, and T. VV. C. . . was the only other entrant be- fr ' sides the Eagles, despite the fact lc. Qi that all members of the associa- f . g tion had been sent invitations. I . Pearl and Mabel walked off with Q T the doubles, but Georgie Belle ' ll .r did not get going and lost the ' f 'pg singles. This concluded a bril- A" gg.. liant season for the Eagles in a ' f' 1" I comparatively new sport. W W H. Est ILKERSONI i f -, Pearl and Mabel played unbeatable doubles. V ' Their play could not be solved by their oppo- 1 . ',.x nents. . - Page 142 .3 'l..'dL i1-fvf ' 'Q-1 1 TPEi?-' f"kK .'r. ?'Vf6e' t,. ll IM I F -UQ ? jfifiiiffia ' ., , .. , , N A ,, ,V , Qc? we-3 ' K, WH., ,,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,w,,,,,g,,,,,,,,,., 1, ,-,,,,, , , ,w A ff. 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VA Num m W af G' Terrrrnrrs, 192.4 REVIEVV GF THE SEASON HE lfrst tennis season was the most successful that the Eagles have ever doubles and lost but one tournament the entrre season Although there was more interest taken thrs year than ever before the games were played before small galleries The coaching was necessarily small and under the crrcum stances the players are to be highly commended on their brrllrant shomng Credit 18 also due M1 McGxnnrs for hrs encouragement and presence on the trrps The Eagles vsere fortunate rn securing a good schedule some games on the road and some at home The Eagles played two matches wrth Trinrty Unrversrty losing the hrst and wrnnrng the second The hrst match wrth Trrnrty was the first of the season for the Eagles and rt vsas lost largely through the excellence of the Trrnrty stars Herring and Ferguson They won the second contest wrth ease hovs ever for the Trgers Won only one match and that when Hargrave and Wrllrs through looseness of play allowed Herring and Ferguson to Win from them T C U suffered defeat at the hands of the Eagles twice this season once on therr courts and once here In the frrst encounter Bush beat Connell for their only match of the tournament It was here that our brilliant doubles team Hargrave 'rnd Willrs Won from the stars of the Southwestern Conference Bush Top row-CONNELL, W. B. HARGRAVE, MCCOMBS Bottom 7'0'Z1U-VVILLIS,'FOUTS CCoachJ, C. E. HARGRAVE . Page 144 , we-1-vw C - ' . . - - - - - 4 enjoyed. They won the T. I. A. A. championship in both singles and N s J c ' I . Y A .t . ' , r , X, A -. l V. V . , I A .4 Q . - 'Y - . . ' ' s C A1 . T - 1' F A . . Y 4 ' 1 . K I S c , V , . ., C ' , .. y I - 1 1 s - y. A l l T 1 C C . . r '- . 1 gpg-q..,-Y ln' -klfaf' 9 T V, . ' . , ,.. - , hz "7-" ,. .. .. .. . f'?'59k"Wafvv'9-yNHftlXf"s3'N'fP"Wl. 37-Q cfs-dew-4-Q-qi, l QP: . - A f. . . . li -P and Tuberville. The second tournament with the Horned Frogs was simply a ,. repetition of the nrst. Again they won only one match and that was with our yy it second ranking doubles team, when they could not get going. H Austin College was our next victim. They could get but one match from fx the claws of the Eagles. In this tournament the Eagles were going good and 'V Hill! was just able to beat Connell out in a .close Enish. Homer Willis won his , match with two love sets and "Pie" McCombs Hgured in his Hrst match of the l f X4 n I X l 4 5- season for the Eagles, winning after a hard-fought battle. ' xr V ig In the conference meet Denton drew Denton in the doubles preliminaries fb and one of our teams was eliminated at the start. Hargrave and Willis went. i 'Y C on through to the fnals Without much trouble, however, and then beat Herring lx and Ferguson of Trinity for the championship. In the singles we were repre- N P3 sented by Hargrave and Willis. They both won through to the semi-finals, but 2 here Hargrave let Herring beat him after getting two sets on him. However, ,qi in VVillis upheld the honor of the old N. T. S. T. C. by taking the measure of Herring l C . by the score of 6-1, 6-0, 6-2. This concluded one .of the best seasons in tennis l ES at the N. T. S. T. C. that it has had in a good while, and although no cups were ' won, the matter will be taken up by the conference soon, we hope. Only two of 9 these men will be back next year, but here's to the same success for them next M i 93. year as this. my 3 I is F p . .E I Ka, Q . . ss! J 1 .UE r ,qi Q E . Sl 'ff ' ll T is X 7 Q ' N Er. if wi. . -E - -- ' A vi? C. E. HARGRAVE, Captain EARL CONNELL I if Qi This was Estes' second year on the squad. Earl worried many men with his persistent f He was second only to two men in the T. I. lobbing and held up his end ofa good doubles 1, A. A. team besides playing a good game of singles. ,eil Page 145 fl 4- f f.- --f. - ff-,' 1 - ,s -5 1 .,' X 7' .- --'f"- r--: -' f' . - f . . I ' :'.1vw-e6wvr4',-'5v-xv-f-v - wi'--CG'-w-'x 10 '- m '9LY"g5,l""xn.f50"r29u..s Yf"'eO:NQ"'s,-4-2 gm P1J'Tef-a-f,,,,,.,ri,v,..fg ' gi W B I-IARGRAVI: HoM1:1a WILLIS - Buley w'1s a new man thls year but he Sot' was the best man in the conference showed up well agamst h1s tefunmates who this year and will show the Southwestern J hive had more cxperxence conference men something next year at State. x J 9' . kqg 'N 6 'ff u V . 3. ee N '? 4 so r 5 , ,q N ' f' aw . . W. B. HARGRAVE AND EARL CONNELL This team lost only one match the entlre T111S was onr seconld team rankmg, but Q 'Qs Season and was the begt tgam that we have they S61q0IT1f3.lled to Win thell' ITlatCh. Har- L seen ID a good wlule grave wxll be back to help us next year. ' Y - . , , .A , , Y . "" " , 255. , . , , ti, .. , . ' , . . - , ,f - . jig , -- -Q - -f,1' ..5 Q x v " V ' V :- 2 U 7' ' . .,-, 1 ' 5' he z , L 4' M n ,gy 1 y 'Q I u x M f 1 E 94 . M N H N x ' 94 9: - ' X 'bf L I ' . X L+ K -'f' r A1 -L A h 54, 5 '19, ,, 5 W 3 QL r 2. :ag A ' A 4 V ! t c c . . ' C 2' c - n . . ' Ra df. 1 A K W I 9. . X on x 3 ax V - E. HARGRAVI: AND HOMIJR WILLIS ' . 2 V , ,,, . - ,, , ,, N V 7 A, , x - - , v - 1 1 1 , ju-Q...1Yp gan.. -u p-so-f M f-H--vfqwa-fy'-5'v'7Ns rf' 'Wi-Af'3t-v"'Rf" 'lil ' Q H. ' x -. ,V fa K 3- , . l, 51 , Sojphomoreszm-iClass Champions if ' r O O seat 1 , A ' ' N I O , f 1 il A - Q.,-.14-L... 2 A T--- . V F6 l' J, X I 51 , S .8 AI h Aish ,Q , I 54 95 ul '-: 5 ii", 94 as fm is - if Top row-GRIFFITH CAssistant Coachj, BARKLEY, BOWEN, THOMPSON, DEAN, USUNNYBOYH CMascotD, CHIPMAN, STEGER, Cox, WOODALL, F ROMM CCoachJ E Q4 il Bottom row-JENKINS, DAVIS, HAMMER, HUBBARD, K. CARRICO, J. E. CARRICO CCaptainD, Now- w LIN, MCCARTY, CURRY, ALVIS . - : gl INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL - to Intramural football furnished a great amount of pleasure for both con- gi pg testants and spectators. There were four games p1ayed'and,all' were witnessed gf by very, enthusiastic crowds of rooters. - ' i - n The first gamewas played between the Freshmen, who were coached by A I' Sudney Knowles, and the Juniors and Seniors, who were coached by Guy "Fluker" , 1 Dav1dson and Wallace Davis. These teams were evenly matched and battled to ,j a scoreless tie. They played the game off the following week, and by a "lucky QQ Q pass, 111 an extra five mmutes of play, the Jumors-Seniors won, 6-0. 6- ilu - 'I-' - K , N F" ' f 5 3 1 , it. , iff ' . -.,,' , , 1 . ijt, ' ! I 'xl si. -. , 1 . - A 1 ' H Na 5-'T ll Q Q4 Yi O l if L ,. Tint - ' I I The Soplzs score on tackle a-round ' V Page 147 ' 17. , ' O, , ., ,,., O, ,O HJ W F-aff-evwk l 9 , ,, ,U ' un1Lo1r:SeJm1o1r Team ' l lx B L 1 T T -MM- ,. ff! 1 af'---L V - Y , V 'V - H ,l EVE , ,J l L NX A ,lg Y . L 1 V K YL 'N '11 lr H H -' H I V N V' 1 V - H - ,X V 1 as . , N Y ,l HH, f H. , . , ,S an ,P Top V010-'DAVIS fAss1stant Coachj ALLGOOD CARLTON CORRX 'SCARBOROUGH VVILKINS VVHITE DONNELLX W XLLACE DAVIDSON CCO"LCl'lD Bottom row LONDON IANUARY GRIl"FITHfCEl.pfa1I1D L DAVIS BOYNTON The Sophomores under the effectlve coachmg of Fromm had an easy tlme 1n wmmng from the Sub College team coached by Fred Slack The Sub College lads were 1neKper1enced men wh1le the Sophomores had several seasoned men Cowley fO1 the sub college showed '1b1l1ty as a backneld man The Sophomores played good ball The last game whlch was played between the Sophs and the Jumors and Senlors drew the largest crowd The Sophs won the game by a score of 12 0 Thompson Nowhn and Hammer stood out for the Sophs wh1le Allgood and The Jumor Semov lme was heavy Page 148 - -C - A Q f 3' li., Lx if il, no T 4 V 1 is V94 , I , - , ' - 1 ' T1 rf Y g , ' ' Z c 1 W I . 1 7 ' I 'la . . . , .4 I y I - , ' Y , ' C I ' C . . Us - ' - - l lf?-1 ,f 1 D 1 1 , 'N Carlton stood out for the Seniors. ,Q 133-T, ' V 2 1 f ' ,i ff - a 11 7 . .S , .. . , ,f, V . as :lm I ' I r l V 5 4 , " 9- no l T C SC Lb w ' gf gx M . - . , . M Q S fe fat, - lf' LW i- ',5,:',1 ,ix ,lf ,v YV , Q 1'-5 ffijig' jf- .,-ni 1 ' ' I Ba vjgf f4fdvf'x 911+ 5 QQ. W'-Srl 4.'9'S-W-'xl N4f?9"'WL be 1. lntramural Basketball Champions Top row EDWARDS BRAIxbCUM MOORE STARLING BELKIN CCoachj Bottom ro U PIARGRAVL CUWIMINGS tCaptamj K1:1:1xE INTR IXMURAL BASKILTBALL A seues of basketball games xx ere played by elght teams wluch were organ wed and coached by those students vsho were studylng basketball coachmg Teams coached by Barr and Belkm played s Ven games each whxle the other contenders played SIX gam s each Belkms team went through thexr seven gam s undefeated The work of Cummmgs guard Keene forward and Moore center was largely accountable for then v1ctor1es 'llus team had a dependable offense and a strong defense Barr s team dependmg upon the offense of Malone and J CTIFICO won five games and lost two One defeat came at the hands of Slacks team and the chances for a t1e for the lnghest percentage were lost when Belk1n s team nosed them out 111 the last quarter of the last game The team of the Gross House hnlshed 1n thlrd place wlth two defeats and tour VlC'COl16S Thls team lost only to the teams of Barr and Belkm Gllharn rangy center and the forwards Tampke and VVh1te were the outstandmg men of tl11S team At least Hftv men took part 111 these games The most p1om1s1ng are those mentloned above and the followmff Choate Cowley Volkman Boswell Hargrave Nowl1n Geeslmg Cogdell and W1ll1an1s Page 149 .-, 1 4' Y A r 1 , Y y A y I Y lv ' 'Z i ' . ', 1 c I , ' 4 ' 4 g. X r . . - . A C , . 1 . I C ' e , ' - ' ' e . . , A . on c V . l 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 C ' . Q . 1 l.. ' c . , . - 1 I . 1 - C 1 -. . c ' c 1 , c . . A . , c ' M ' . 'c - . C A Q A . . , v. F C 1 ' . . . . Y 1 1 I 1 . c . ' f A W :1 : 1 1 1 1 C 1 1 1 1 - vf ef i 1 T,-i ii? 1925 1 Lg N V Summer Athletics CLASS BASKETBALL Class basketball ended with the Sophomores perched on top of the per- centage column. The Sophs took games as they came, and showed consistency in winning as well as brillance in play. The team found its strongest opposition in the teams of the Freshmen and the Juniors. The team nosed these tvso contestants out by close scores The second best team ln the runnrng was the Sub College bo5 s, who took the measures of the Semors and of the Freshmen The games were well played and hard fought but the Sophs proved to be the best The champrons for whom Hayes Brandon the R1ch'1rds Brothers and Murley starred found st1ff opposrtlon 1n such players as Knrght, VVest and Hargrave of the Jumors and rn promlsmg players of the11 other opponents COUNTY BASKETBALL The feature of summer athletrcs was county basketball There were many county teams that entered the race for the champ1onsh1p and each team pre sented Verv strong oppos1t1on for other contestants The p1el1m1nar1es were hardly as mterestmg as the final games Parker, Palo Prnto jack and others bemg ehmmated The real battles came when Denton and Van Zandt vuent rnto the finals a three game serres decrdrng the champronslnp In the first game Denton won by the close score of 33 30 The game was fast clean and hard fought The SOPHOMORE CLASS CHAMPIONS Top row Monnrs RICHARDS MYRACLI: HAxEs Moons Second row RHODES MURLEY BRANDON Page 150 7' - I A ' U ' ' Q n I , - n -' Y 1 1 u C u y Y Cu A . 1 , u u u 1 1 1 l , . C 5 - n , . . I A i C. A f I. ' C 1 ' 7 7: . . V - . ! - ' - C 'y r . ,n ' im' " . . , ' , w 14 , Iv ' '1 , V' ul ll - - l gl . . , .lg L . 'Q y 1 ly Y I , T 1 , Y . l sa' Xfv?re4fiQi"i 1- lnfn' f"Rlwi6rUif"4i,1"?'f'P'? We-f'24-'v" 'D 1 1.1.-:sr .- S1111 69" 0?f"5qL2v"9v-R'-w P1-G94-fe':+4-'QP'--ievia4AP'v'l't W Denton defense kept the "F ree Staters" from rolling up the score. Hayes and Knight were the outstanding players for the Denton team. O. Richards and Brandon were the Stars for Van Zandt, Brandon being high point man with thirteen points. The second game was a reproduction of the first, but it was Denton that was nosed out, 31-26. Hayes was again the star for Denton, While Brandon was outstanding for the winners. The Denton team easily won the final game for the county championship. The Van Zandt boys seemed off-form, while Hutcheson, Hayes, and Knight were "hot," the three scoring 46 of the champions' 53 points. The "F ree Staters" could make but 13 points through the Denton County defense. CLASS VOLLEYBALL ' The Freshmen boys carried off honors in class volleyball, upholding the custom of the "Fish" to carry off honors in that sport. The champions won their four games and were far ahead of their opponents. The net work of Berry and Williams was instrumental in the success of the team. The "Fish" girls won the championship in girls Volleyball while the lads from the ' Free State of Van Zandt" in on the county volleyball honors VAN ZANDT VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Top row- OSsn: R1cHARDs P RICHARDS RHODES PALMER Second row BRABDONI MORRIS Pa e 151 7 I C r - e 1' 4 T l ' . . - 5, 1 4 ' ' ,I j 3 ', . If YY X 9Jx.65ffdr' 9,-is., flvnlix-bfi-4 QPQQSA ,iam up :L.., L, 1 -nN,,.:N'--f T'-v-.,,-f'-1 I M A 2 ff ,. :Q ,L . x U K I i L, 5 I ll' . ' V4 iffy EIL gg, six gill' +51 ' 3 If .Ig wig' FRESHMAN CLASS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS fl: Top 7'0iU-NVILSON, IQEAHEY, NANCE It ' Second 1'0TU-LITTLE, BERRY, VVILLIAMS X 1 " I: Q WI 1 Axis, lf'- lf. IJ. . IE? ,, If ii Img' ff ffl 'QQ Lf, FRESHMAN GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Ei? Top row-BOREN, MCC-LOTHIN, MASBURN, GORDON UQ Second 7'0iU'-TKAYLOR, LEWIS HQ' V, ini, Page 152 . V2 1. I xv. x I I 1 I x I I U 1, ' Q L. .1 ' 4 Vf b n ' UA - Nga. . ,a- - . qi N Kqgggfgzif ' 'f' 1 Q-7 LL- 4- ' L H if 'S-1 - " ' 'WEBQAFEWW 1 493-mil U fx.. .-gi hfjfb LQ: F! E F 1. ' f 1 W, . 2A'1 ef ' ' "' - . ... . . !e f c W , :f""-if , . N. - 1, Ulrganlzautloms ? K K ., . I 4 gf' J 1 ,, , 5' W? E5 - 1 4 A f'3?8 ,gssi-11+ .fmtazgxqg -N . Il- 5 'T' --' 1 '. I ' ' - , A ' i., 4 f1.El6?'L'i Jay 51: ' " fs?" ' ' ' V QA , ' " 9- wee? -, ge fm A-H4 ,"w'f' -fd' Ge' 'NEHG' H"--if--.. If ,Q Q' Hin- Eiuii' ing Q 'xy 1- vg' Yamsa, . i ', x 'IAQ . '- .I f "'- 'K . W IP' ' " MM fl J' " 'wi . A 'W v ?1'f A S? -Q rl I A A ' hi ff 1. L PUBL 'Fr Page153 F3 37' i:"fr'2.ll .5 'iff ,, , , ,. , . , W 1 1925 5 Student Publications . 4 Q! 'W T has long been a policy of this institution to advocate and foster student ,V piiblications. The three publications which now adorn the campus have 3: gradually evolved from the original monthly magazine, "The Normal Journal," t C which was published until 1916. In 1906 the yearbook, which was then called if - the "Cottontail," was added, in 1916 the Q xf "Campus Chat" and the "Avesta" were Sr if substituted for the "Journal," and the xii fb "Cottontail" was changed to the "Yucca" X in 1907. 5 The history of the name of the weekly fi publication is very interesting. The naming My of it was a very hazardous and intricate task. , if A' Students were requested to place all sugges- gn tions in a box in the main entrance of-the Q Administration Building. When the box was 1 2 opened the committee found plenty ofiva- is riety in the titles suggested. No new baby' 'Z 1 ever had more names suggested by adoring 5 9 relatives than had this infant paper. The 7 ' in animal, mineral, and vegetable kingdoms 1 were well represented. There were such Z titles as "The Stinging Lizzard," "The Tree 'F ' Toad," "The Coyote," "The Rough Rider," ra, ix "The Meteor," "The Antelope." Some loyal 1 fy fellows' sought to perpetuate the name of i Q3 fi' their' home-town paper by suggesting "The ,K H Herald," "The Weekly News," "The Clarion," 'AThe Beacon," or some other original and ' clever name. Finally the name, "The Cam- 1 Q ,. pus Chat," was selected. The first issue was printed December 8, 1916. At first it was a ' I four-page, live-column paper in large print. ix It has since grown to a six-column, four-page gi! ', paper in small type. ' in For a year the yearbook was called the ,RL "Cottontail," but then changed to the present Q X5 1, name, the "Yucca." The edition in 1907 I, contained 142 pages. The 1925 edition will have 352 pages. This shows its enormous ,QP growth- WILLIS L. SMITH vi K 'fi The "Yucca" is composed 'of six books: 314511655 Mflflflgff . . ' Page 154 , 1. . X , haf fVy4"4l . 55, , ,-.u:ms.t. .g Ai M .1 -.U ,. College, Classes, Athletics, Organizations, College Life, and Facts and Follies. There is an editor, who has one associate and one assistant editor for P Vw each of the books. When necessary, as in the case of several of the de- T, 4, partments, several assistants are added to the staff. The books of the annual Q' M take up the various activities of the year 'and the editors try to select the My ggi events which the students will most like to ' l pmt recall in future years. X The "Campus Chat" is a weekly recorder 91 of the various college activities. It has made X, Wednesday a very popular day. The staff Hu. is composed of an editor, an associate editor, .qi ' f- and several assistants. ' 'E The "Avesta," which is published quar- , -Y A terly, is a literary magazine. The best '6 53 themes, essays, stories, and poems received if by the faculty are turned into the editor, who ,E , 5, f selects and arranges the ones to be published. Q This magazine was published from 1916 until V 'f ql the war, when it was discontinued for lack 1, of funds. It was revived in the fall term of Q' the 1924 session. The staff is composed of 95, T' an editor and an associate editor. el The management of the "Yucca'l has o ' been in very capable hands this year. Fred .-.. T y , JACK GALE A. Coffey, as editor, has spent many weary el - at Edit0,',Cag7l1P1t5Cllal liontlisnldoiiige 115. lglest ltzejugnike a clesiragle ba gf re e r n is g year r ie l students. The editor's work consists in .Q 'll .,.' planning the book, with regard to the available funds and the importance of i various materialsg correcting type, proof-reading and managing the whole construction of the book. sb T A Mr. Brodie, of the English Department, ' gl, Tp and Miss Matthaei, of the Art Department, il are the faculty advisers. Their kind and l willing assistance has made Yucca work de- lightful. , . A T ' jack Gale has done some fine work as edi- H L+ tor of the "Campus Chat." He has selected a i, . staff which, under his supervision, has ren- f A dered excellent service to the student body and -' Q to many ex-students who subscribe to the ci "Chat" His work consists of securing and 36 organizing the various daily news items along Z1 with the contributions of poetry, stories, ex- gy changes, etc., pertaining to this college and 7' -'T its activities. Moreover, his opinions are 5 i given a chance for expression, as it is his duty D, ,Bin to see that a number of editorials are carried T, Q. N ,, each week. l g Mr. J. N. Brown, of the Latin depart- I i f ment, and Miss Lola Jackson, instructor in the INEZ EDYVARDS RAY j . JN Training School, are the faculty advisors. Editor, Avesta Page 155 .1 ' 'K-fe c'.. Q- 5 a : 19 25 s a ff l in 3- L Mrs. Inez Edwards Ray has done very complimentary work as editor of the "Avesta." She has made a magazine of which the college is very proud. Her chief work consists in arranging the material submitted to her. The contributors are usually students, although any one can contribute to it. Miss Mamie Smith, of the Music Department, is the faculty adviser. Her interest in literature and her talent along poetical lines makes her assignment to this work especially valuable to the school. ! Willis Smith has proved himself capable i as business manager of all the student publications. James Williamson is assistant business manager. The business manager receives ten per cent of all advertisements that he collects, and the assistant business naanager generally receives a flat sum of ffty dollars. Mr. Masters, of the Science Depart- ment, is hnancial adviser. Every year the publications have a new staii, throwing a great responsibility on the financial outlook. Mr. Masters for several years has served very efficiently in this capacity. The expenses of the publications are of course restricted to the income Moreover to insure a sound financial basis for each JAMES WILLIAMSON Am5,a,,,5 Bmmess Manage, year, a margin is provided for in case the anticipated expenditure should be exceeded Annually the expense of publications totals around '1'59000 the Yucca costing about 'ils5 400 the Campus Chat about 153 000, and the Avesta about 35600 The Avesta depends entirely upon the general publications for its upkeep Nor is the Campus Chat entirely self supporting The advertising for 1t amounts to approximately 'TBI 600 annuallv The Yucca has an advertising income of something like 451 500 There is generally realized about 352 500 from the sale of the Yucca The deficit which must of necessity result from the system is made up in a very practical way The deliclt is really not one, since two of the publications are distributed to the students free of charge The activity fee which is divided among the various college activities is the source of income making up the needed difference Page 156 i s x s- ,Q I so a2,,r',4 1 - 1 ' ' QA , , If Y: - . H 11 , A cz 11 1 1 , .I ,KK , ,Y 0 l n a . . I ' ' ll ' ,Y ' ' 4 1 , 1 - . . . I , D ' , , 11 11 ' ' ' ' . ' Y , ' ' ' If ' Y, ' . , C , 4 C C . . . . . . . C . . . . 1 , , ' f Aaffavxf , Y ,G-wg iw 1- Campus Chat Staff 9 'fix '- ' , ' L ,L ' , V O. , ,. .11 -fi ,Q Q .- 3' N fo N Eb O 2? i 'T - X A 3' Z 1 , Ax 4 ff 'V 2 Jl L if 1 wa? 9, , J JN gg' 22. J 4 ' J 2 5. ' A . V JOHN ASHBURN MARY ELLEN SIMMONS JACK GALE LEONA MAHAN 3 X Lois RODGERS LLOYD DAVIS WELTA ANGEL Ons L. HIILLIARD 1 ' ,Sz A A 4. QA STAFF Aj ' 1 X JACK GALE .... . . Editor f 'S SJ' MARY ELLEN SIMMONS . . Associate Editor 4 ka 2. 2 ASSISTANTS N fi' "J 1 WELTA ANGEL JOHN ASHBURN OTIS L. HILLIARD LOIS RODGERS y B, LEONA MAI-IAN LLOYD DAVIS A X ,Q fb K Q57 ' U Page 157 1 l J ,J J . J, .J,L . ,J 1,55 ws.. g,.,QEg'-..4o,fA.,fQ 19 25 ,141 1 A .fr A-in 6,91 :AQ -wg, X,-:Fx N-,ugh , 9, -,-V " YL K, A N s R .I . .QR 4 'B 5 ua .1 9 Avesltam, SEHIHF i I-- '- - - -- 1-----in ..- v-ff::AQ,1,f...nf.:-1a ff A-Agp ,lr -I . A , MRS INEZ EDWARDS RAY MRS ELIZABETH YATES MORRIS MRS INEZ EDWARDS RAY Edztm' MRS ELIZABETH YATES MORRIS Assoczazfe Edzzfor FALL AND WINTER QUARTER CONTRIBUTORS WELTA ANGEL ETHEL ANTWINE BRICE BOLTON YVILLIAM P BOYD VERA CALTHORP MERLE VAN CLEAVE OLIVIA COOPER JACK GALE W M HANIILTON ERA HART VIRGIE HOGG MARTIN L HOXVARD JESSIE E LEITEL ARVY LIGON MARTHA M MCBRIDE ELIZABETH YATES MORRIS C W MORROXV INEZ EDWARDS RAX JOHN CLIFFORD ROBERTSON MAMIE SMITH ALVA STUBBS MAUDE WHARTON ERNESTINI' WINSTON Page 158 .gi E K. I . I . I - . I '94 4 - - ' X V . ' - S r ' . .V gr I , . ' , , P-, p. f H I . X 1 4 1 I . , 4 4 4 I 4 QI ' ' f I lr Y?-. ' X A A L A f-, Q 9, .V in A I fggiifinit gff -X5'k45'i-'FR F'y"P4a ,-ei',.vq aiafd...-fx-f 'P I 1 . I, 'x Is. ,. .11 Lv . In I 'I I .14 I I L. A f, - . - .K if .- A -Quit - .6 ..- -I -5 EK. -A-,.--1 Ii..-., .. r, ,iff ,. ,,f1f" 1- f-g ,-, ' f .an 7- ' 5f"l-if"'EfE'1ifgT?QZ??-iff? ' 1'eifff1:5icfi'K1f:A.f.11'f fill 142 , I Q I airy' Irs WC' I All I Exif argl: l I L55 Yucca, SLAIHEQ IM . w Nl ,221 I -M fi I L. , 1, I QL 2:4 ' Iii? px? I- I LJ if-.1 aft! 'xl ?j' 3-Q49 3 I 75122 .Q M w if AJ, I. I if CQ! :gs UI? 15 Q3 31 'KI Rx 13 iii VM ,Huff ,Im 55. 5. I N. ' fl'-il If ' ., Ig, Eff QV. .SQA SHI xwj 5531 XI I IE: ,J JD Ty' f 'I if sc I ,- ml II . ., TQ 1 LOUISE SMITH, LLOYD VICKERS, AGNES LUECKE, 1+ RED COFFEY, PAULINE CAVINESS ,ll ESTES HARGIQAVES, W. E. DAVIS, XVELTA ANGEL, C. C. PERRYMAN, EVERETTE CURRY BIRDIE BRENHOLTZ, RAE I'IIGH'1'0WER, FAE I-IIGIITOWER fiv IQIT CARRICO, IVIARY LONGACRE, BAILEY HARGRAVES RNS' . . L STAFF Aj f f . . . . . I' 9 FRED COFFEY . Edttor-m-Clftef AGNES LUECKE . . Class Edztor R 'ti LLOYD VICKERS . Assocffate Editor NVALLACE DAVIS . . Organization Editor I EVERETTE CURRY . Assista11tEditor BAILEY PIARGRAVES . Asst. Organisation .4 . . . "1 . LOUISE SMITH . . Art Edztor ESTES HARGRAXVES . Facts and Fallzes Edztar .IL BIRDIE BRENHOLTZ . Assistant Art PAULINE CAVINESS . Asst. Facts and Follies Q5 MARY LONGACRE . . Assistant Art ELMORE HAYES . -Asst. Facts and Follies . '- . . - P9 331 C. C. PERRYMAN . College Ltfe Erlvtor RAE I-IIGHTOWER . . . Tyjnst N153 3 .J YVELTA ANGEL . A sststavzt College Lzje FAE I-IIGHTOWER . . Typist 43? KIT CARRICO . Athletic Editor 25.59 .I '- UI L' iii :E .I Page 159 N' EJ 'ggf-ff. -A,y,.W- 17 ' 1-f,-. -,-Hs:m'q-A Rs?-A-A-1-:W-f sy -vw--I-:"U' 16237 -" " -",-imiirf u-rv'-,w':1fv"'N'H'-wi'-rw-fAfII.-1.v.wu-I- .f I 15,139 I A Q Pl ll W, 1 LT Q 1- 11 pb A Q Pf A it iN" "H-' " ,, , ,, , ,, , V- L Press Club L R f . R! xx 5 , ml - A' 'G N .4 . .4 , , , 3 Q? Fzrstmw C C' PERRXMAN W B HARGRAVL WILLIS QMIIH .Second row J N BROWN F A Colrrxzx E C BROm1: jmuns WILLIAMSON DMGHT QTARR Thzrd row-O L HILLIAIID H A PERRYMAN W E DAVIS C D HARGRAV1: LLOXD DAX rs DVERIITTE CURRY Fourth row LO1s RODGER9, MARX ELLEN SIMMONQ JOHN ASHBURN ELIZABETH MORRIS LLONA IVIAHAN JACR C ALE F1ftlz ww LOLA JACRSON RAF HIGHTOWER Mm LTA KRELL F AE PIIGHTOVK ER XNELTA ANGEL INR! EDWARDQ, RM AGNES LULCRE OFFICERS JOHN ASHBURN Preszdent I-I A PERRYMAN Secretary and Treasurer AGNES LUECKL Chazrman Soczal Commzttee Page 160 1 2 N N .2 ,- , , - . 5 . -' . .. 1 , . . ' , C , Y -. . -', . . mf, . . 1, - u, ' . L . . , . . , . . - , , " . ' , I 7 , Vx T 3, 4 4 4 1 :R Ri , - , f . L . ,L R I r Y I 1 1 J was S X Q , - A f Lf, l , 1 1 , , I , 1 1 ' , 1 I X: A x 1- . Jf - L X :Ed Vs 'Q 'NR 1 k. W Y . . . , . . ' an 'Tl ' ' R 1 ,N I 1 . fa we I . Q1 ' ' M L ' F11 A , X-5 L ' ,'ff'fi ' 7,7 15 1 In 9 V! ! ' o o o 1 J Studenmc PMMICQIILIDIUI Council J , 3, 721 :V b xi 5 :Ii QF M . 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V W Y ew To Our Readers E, THE STAFF of the 1925 Yucca, have endeavored to give to you, the student, the teacher, and the casual reader, a real interest and place in the book. The task has been a stupendous one, involving sacrifices both from our personal interests and our studies, but if, as a consequence, it shall serve to recall the memories of 1924-'25 and aid in establishing a deeper bond between us all, we shall say that it was Worth it. V . The making of the book has followed avery necessary course. Its work might be divided into four parts: The beginning, the period of saturation, the period of real construction, and the period of final rush and winding-up. Each member of the staff has to undergo more or less all four of these periods. The Work, though not requiring much technical skill, has required an amazing amount of real concentrated study. Because of the importance of the annual and the large financial layout which it involves, every step requires much contemplation. It begins with the making of the contracts-engraving, photographic, and printing-and ends with the final distribution of the finished product. p In View of our experience, the staff Wishes to exact a promise from the student and teacher as they journey through their span of three score years and ten Whenever a cause is just a real need manifest or a situation warrants alteration avail yourself of the opportunity to sei ve That IS do not elect the Yucca staff and expect it to perform Without further co operation The staff of 1925 is more ready to forgive you than you are to forgive it for not making a better book and this particular thing would not have been mentioned but fo1 an effort to make a better condition, and a bettei chance for service to staffs that are to follow In annual work there is room for personal development but none for personal gain other than that which comes from mental development and experience The aim is almost entuely restricted to the idea of doing something worth while for the college Therefore you who remain to be'1r the winged Eagle afar thmk well before you impose the task of recording so that no regrets need ever occur With these philosophic statements we pass Our duties have now reached an end and like the hoary WISC man we have had our experi ences and may We profit by them commensurably The 1925 Yucca may not be the best of 1ts kind nor is it the best that we might have done but under the circumstances it IS the best that we could do Receive it or reject it friends and fellow students on the basis of merit but believe at least that it is an honest effort to serve you and the dear old college The Staff ' ! 3 4 , ' - - 1 8 . y . ! . 1 A - . 1 V . 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Pi I 33 3 El :fa--fee--X w llnltercolllleglallte Delbaters Coaches L W NEWTON Perhaps the prmcxpal factor 1n the mterest and elffectrveness of clebatmg thls year was Mr Newton the d1rector of debatlng and oratory H15 comprehenslve command of hlstory and his sound Judg ment as to the relatxve strength of pomts of argument made lum an lnvaluable ard to the debaters He was moreover a most sympathetxc counselor always ready to help the team As a colleague, as an opponent as a chairman as an audxence as a cr1t1c and 'ls a personal advisor he labored wxth the men wrth untxrmg patlence For four years now he has served on the facultv debatmg committee and h1s falthfulness has won for hun the hlghest admlratlon and the deepest regards of the students Miss RUBY W,u.K1:P. It was an unfe1gned dellght to be cr1t1c1zed by MISS Walker, who coached the men on dehvery No matter how crude the debaters mflectlon nor how awlm ard hls bearmg she never once made a harsh or cuttmg comment Invarxably sollcltous courteous and klnd she was yet firm and profoundly cr1t1c'1l She was not satxshed untxl all the rough edges had been smoothed and pollshed to the last degree Her own mterpretatlve ablllty made her thoroughly competent For her capablllty, her graclous wzllmgness, and her 1n1m1table charm she wxll alvx ays hold a warm place 1n the heart of every man on the team Page 164 . . C L . u I D 6 . . C 'I - . I . l . f v u -1 7 I. ' is one of the most courteous gentlemen on -' f c A - . Y Page 165 ef,-ey+g,, av-He,, " Eg.1agsfw4 f "eee 4 ' em " ff fs as , I j A-r F' a 1 ,, ' rl 1.-5,-.1 3,2 LJ- I V1 eg - - 9 1 V llnteireollllegiate Delbateirs C C MILLER Miller is '1 sturdy chap and a splendid fellow He inspires confidence because he is so well poised One can look at him and tell that he is 'L winner He has years of college life ahead of him and we predict he will be in this section ex ery yeai I-Ie the campus and is rapidly berommg a great favorite W. W. FLOYD - Here is Floyd again. Four times! Vvhat a record! XfVhat will the debating section look like next year when he is no longer here? No wonder he wears a half halo in the picture. It ought to be a complete one for he desert es it. There is no smoother debater than Willis Floyd nor is there a better student. He is at ease on the platform at home in the social circle and at the top in the classroom. He is loved by his college. May his star of destiny never be dimmed. Question Resolved That the Constitution of the United States should be so amended as to give congress power to over-ride by two-thirds vote the decision of the Supreme Court which declares an act of congress unconstitutional Affirmative North Texas State Teachers College ' Negative Simmons College Affirmative North Texas State Teachers College Negative Austin College Debated at Sherman March 26 1925. Debated at Denton, March 27, 1925. , w e 19 9,5 Jesffwffsfw-Q ffvfsw-ss Eight HE! P-fiof--fsf-ifv'-desi-few-1-m llntercolllegiate Delbaters Avia LIGONT This is a page of new facts in the debating section. But look at that Ligon jaw. How can an opponent come back after Ligon has said his say? There is a positiveness about him that reminds you of his master, H. L. Mencken, but Ligon's positiveness is individual. He Writes sometimes Cverse, if you pleasej, and acts sometimes Kon the stage, don't you knowj, but these diversions do not hurt him in forensics. In fact, they are aids. Ligon is a popular student. CARROLI SULLIVANT This other new face is new only in this section. It is well known in the Library where the accommodating Sulli- vant works at the loan desk. Unfortu- nately for the debating section, Sullivant is a senior, else he would surely be here again. He is a debater of rare ability. In addition to his being a disputant, he is an ekcellent student, a loyal friend, and a polished gentleman. Question-Resolved: That the Constitution of the United States should be so amended as to give congress power to over-ride by two-thirds vote the decision of the Supreme Court which declares an act of congress unconstitutional. Affirmative-Austin College Negative-North Texas State Teachers College Debated at Denton, April 3, 1925. Affirmative-Durant Teachers College Negative-North Texas State Teachers College Debated at Durant, March 27, 1925. Page 166 iairua-. w as. , , - E- ' fn' ' I ' ' ' - Va., '.u..l'I:"i . '.t , , ,.,- , U ,Viz ' 1 , 99617 qbigi-fx Xa' farrjf effwafvfsw- Yfaefswamvs f'Q4G44-'swam-ds....few4-X We llntereollllegiate Delbaters g C' B Hotness And then here is Hodges who speaks so rapidly that he makes his point clinches it and goes on to the next before his opponent has thought how to meet the Iirst Hodges takes a lot of work does it well and still has time to debate and play with Junior Not every family man can do as much so well but Hodges seems to thrive on work and responsibilities Mrs.- Hodges 'ind Junior evidently called up this Sl'HllL ' I. R. Slsofw JR. Sloan is a two-striper as they say in the navy. This is his second appearance in this section, and he is only a sophomore. He will probably become a candidate for Floyd's halo by the time he is a senior. Sloan likes to sell tickets to an entertain- ment and to usher people into the audi- torium but he likes best to debate. We .are glad to have him here, for he is an all- round fellow an excellent debater, and a Fine man. A Question Resolved Th'1t it would be to the best interests of the State of Texas to create a State Board of Equalization which will relieve the present county boards of the duty of determining tax valuations for state taxes. Afhrmative North Texas State Teachers College ' - Negative Sam Houston State Teachers College Debatecl 'Lt Denton, April 10, 1925. . V . C ' 1 1 5 . 1 V F , I Q . . . . A " i c ' ' ' 'c ' f c c Page 107 ' re - - - -fl .V w f . 41 . , 'Q V ' ' L1 u 11 1 D- 1 1 -5-k.lXv ,af dv'-x 945, xwvzg -mf'-.L to-9-fx J,,,,',4.N,vg feiaw4Q ,-9' A 6iQff',J,,,4..4 'D ?. '-f""- 4':.- J 1 ' I 439'-Pbffwv'-'sys-ff El -prihiilt f'..qx..-f,5-...f-vf-...Q s-..-fee'-u-W, 3 W B. it ll ' b i , lliateirco egiiate De ateirs , X - Q le i v .V X , N. S 5' 'V r X, J, x 3' , - X X 3 4 '5 ,U Ik -4. 1 W ' ,gg N W, I W- T - -r K Y. u X , 3. 3 Wh' Ons I-IILLIARD THOMAS HARDY Ls' Hilliard is also a newcomer in our ,This "Thomas" isa three-striper, and K 9, section, but he is such a splendid fellow ought to be showing some signs of a halo3 that we rejoiced when we heard he was but it is not there. It is Hardy's third K6 Q to be here. See those eyes! They look year in this section. He is a senior, and X right through a subject, and his jaw iS 35 graduation will cut his debating career ff "set" as Ligon's. He is not afraid of his short. He is a winning clebater, however, 4x 1 OPDOUEIW- A good Student, 3 C0U1'U30l1S while he is here. He makes a good, strong , 1. gentleman, Hilliard St21I1dS high HFHOHE conclusion both in debate and for our Q 9' l'1iS 21SSOCiE1t6S. and is 2lDD1'CCiHfCCl bi' the section. Do not forget the faces of Floyd, " - . f21C'-Illiyi Ligon, Sullivant, and Hardyg they are kk . seniors. f 6 '4 55, Question-Resolved: That it would be to the best interests of the State SQ l of Texas to create a State Board of Equalization which will relieve the present . 4 county boards of the duty of determining tax valuations for state taxes. L' gf Affirmative-San Marcos , Negative-North Texas State Teachers College f 9-, . . Debated at San Marcos, April 1'Z, 1925. I Q , iq B ' I' ,N 4, 'Rx Page 168 l congress unconstitutional. Page 169 , 1 . 'U'-9.YfafV'Ps2+v-wrY'5a5rNfr'f'ssl iP1afid-1-fsf2e'.-zwai-A-ff'v'4'-tw llnteircollllegiate Delbateirs I Il Turuxnv The gracious alifable Turney appears again in the debating section lVe wonder if he has eontracted the habit He says he is not playing ball any more In the picture he seems to be thinking of the point he is going to make next the point that will effect the complete 'mnihilation of his opponent s argument But the smile mav indicate either Turney is a great favorite in the sehool ' JAMES WILLIAMSON Vllilliamson is not anything if he is not an independent thinker. I-Ie may be on the wrong side, or he may be on the right side-usually he is on the latter-but whatever the side, he has thought the conclusion out for himself, and has arrayed his argument in a logical Way to meet his opponent. He is a new'one in the section, but we welcome him and hope he may return to it another year, for we like his smile, and We love him. VVe predict a great future for him. Question Resolved That congress should be given power to over-ride by a two thirds vote a decision of the Supreme Court which declares an act of Affirmative Abilene Chustian College Negative North Texas State Teachers College Debated at Denton, May 1, 1925. . . , H ., N -.-134' d w " n vw-s-f, as-1-'xv' 'al 'F llnterccolllegiate Debaters E x af ,J . 'Yr ! - X 3 A. 0 il !. Us ! . Fl C NETTIE BONNER THELMA PEARL Currwoon 3 V Now look, behold, and see how this Chitwood comes next in the alphabet page is decorated. Two girls moved it is true, but that is not why she is here: right up into our debating section. she is here because of her forensic ability. W 'Q Bonner-Isn't it just like her? Always Pioneer co-ed debaterg that is what she is. ax in the front row because she is the B'sg It makes us happy to have this beauti- i at least that is what we.have always ful page. Though the pictures show no .V C th'ought,' bubmay be that is not the rea- halos, any one with an erg of imagination' ! son-debaters are not chosen alphabeti- can see a three-ringed one about the head 9. cally. Nog Bonner is our first co-ed de- of each of these fair debaters. Welconie, I hater because she is a disputant of ability. logicians! While you challenge Com- . How proud we are of her! VVe wish she merce on the Philippine question, we 'S ' . . 6 were not a senior, for we would like for challenge the world to show better de- her to appear 'here more than one time. baters than you, our pioneers. S V l 4 T . C . . . 9s uestion-Resolved: That the Plllll me Islands should be ranted Incle P13 3 pendence Within live years. b I 9, Affirmative-Commerce State Teachers College ' ' l Negative-North Texas State Teachers College of E Debated at Commerce May 2, 1925. 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Affirmatwe-REAGANS fuk M Negative-LEES -1 IC " 4' it L ll S 5 D lb ll G6 lfllllIE3lf":' 0CllQlCy 6 8lll1CSll"S glg . 11 if 95' Andrews' place taken by Paul Tahaferro, alternate ls 'lf jf 1' f ,Q l ,lg 5555 l:Q'g,l -my Q N ,Q 'lu ,ll J QI? 71, ,lx lv Q' M54 X 'ff Hx 1 Q Q 1 l ,V 'Q '- c 1' ' I " lg! l l l gal fm Q A,7V ,Y H f f K - W . ' EOF! GUNBY ANDREWS THOMAS DAVIS gli. lx ' ' ,Elli- Page 171 ' dn ll 1 v f -fp, v--- ., i- 1' Q 'ff' . , fl - Q ': 1-:-2'fvu Ag: qi M: Y-, - MW 3' fx... ' ', , -A 1 , 1, 'nv ' Y Y.,-,,--..-f -. .,-f 9 ' - V EIEEEH E Sc..fXaf-vw, 2 I Q I A at 5 'A ' gy 'J , 1, la- Q I lpenaa-:-lL,1une ' b 2' ' H "Of the making of books there 'is no end." 59' :A I A I Organized October 225 1924 44 x A' A S 's L . Ant informal club, whose purpose is the development of latent literary U talent among the students of the college 2 I xl b P V l f' ROLL OF MEMBERS 'br ,AI VVELTA ANGEL JESSIE LEFFEL A I 1 ETHEL ANTWINE ARVY F.lLIGON YJ. l JOHN M. ,ASI-IBURN ELIZABETH YATES MORRIS p Q MARY BLANKS GLADYS MCCAIN la E WILLIAM P. BOYD LORAINE PIERSON J JACK GALE JOHN C. ROBERTSON , ERA HART DWIGHT STARR " 9' MARY ELIZABETH HOOKS MRS. JAMES ST. CLAIR M E. S. KEY MERLE VAN CLEAVE A -2: JAMES M. WILLIAMSON ' J S as 3- SPONSORS 1 l MAMIE E. SMITH NELLIE CLEVELAND I X , , . A Q "No songs for an idle lute, .4 V I No pretty tunes of cocidled ills, H fe A But the bare chart of our growing pains." ke 4 l lf 9 J . . 5 I f 5 If f Page 172 V- 19 25 . , , ' .is -S N A' ,V V- A 'Q . A d I R ng Mary AIP CII C Hb I K A I I I fl I, I my V R " 3 I , L L I E L, L LLL TV V Y ' t ' F . , -T A a -f- ' X WF. it I 752 . , 51, , w . R . .2 fl 43, Ag x 'E R A .. 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XVI-IITE, RALPH LANIER, ROBERT MCCLESICY, R. S. VESTAL BQ . K 5 5 IY X 1 Ma Bi PRESIJD EN TS , K, Fall Winter Spring 5, A x gi A CARL MATTHEWS JAMES F. DELANY C. B. HODGES . I, , r 9,1 . V . 15 Ig Page 176 Q Y V V 1 i i xv I Y i Y, . ,,A ., I ,. X15 ans., 2-,,.fg+A-4-A-,La--+1-vw -A ff'-fv-Ui'-4'ff"'x4"4A ff' A" .-"1-afb-a"'x"'f f ' 1433! ,- . V, A ef. Fm, ,E 1 I 3 o Q"I7rp?Q""Y9'x ,q3iNu . .QI PY"'7544" vl'4'i 914.1-!XaN'4"k qx At' zf ' ! I o o I LEE JL1L1C6JI'8l.JF'y'SOCIL6TlIy A' I A I N A- " ' ' ' --I--H"-'11:,AQ, I-S -', PA!-1m,f"g9-1-L-f.iaQ4.j::I.H H ..:1j:" ' ' ,fu ' X :ig a Ili N ,,,' -Aff ?f"- " 3 ' ' ,A I - ,f V, lla.. :IEA E, I 232 4 IP- .::::,::l?-1? XR' - , l IIIAIA AA f -,,, IJ 'I I A- . W H 4, .A ,"AI,',,j. 'Q L1 'l I . yn, g in ig '5 . :'f1A..:,i! -7. 11 'AEA x,, A I l V' 1 "'::' j Z:':' '.:,: ' A' rj- 1::E if 1:- ' I 2---- 0 A.. A A A .7,, . LAIAARL-I .,,: A ,:,- I . A A A . A -, ' ' fi - f ' ' I F 5 ' fi' if ..' ' P L ' '37 I A 4. 52 .1-ff, ff, '1..1, ,f 'A L C. 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TATE, DICK SLAUGHTER, CARLTON LOVELESS, SAM XVILKS, EUGENE " GAMMON EQ Middle row-T. P. VVHITE, NARBON WILLIAMS, MARK HAMILTON, FLOY SCHOONOVER, PHILIP ' ICING, R. D. FLESIIER, LOUIS SIMPSON, ROSE BLACKNVELL CAccompanistJ, CARL BRUM- '5 ' BELOYV, WILBUR SHURBET Q Front row-C. E. MCELHANEY, RALPH LANIER, MACK STUART, CALVIN BARKLEY, STANLEY . I X QQ CERNOSEK, J. Q. XVOODXVARD ,ra N bl ' OFFICERS I . as . nf 6 MARTIN STEPHENS .... . Preszdent 4 I PHILIP KING . . ' . . Vice-President f . ka .L FLOY SCHOONOVER . . . . Dzrector , 2 ROSE BLACKNVELL . . . Accompanist X 6? A 4 5 9-. . ,, A '5 H, N, . Page 184 - ,. . - . R, ff 7' I Xf f I H fr .nf v W 1 " . vii- :P-la-'R 'Wfg-.s'9!'H4'i' 0f""'x"R"'f'fv9v"'K f f"qa'14f.33'f"F'i"" 1 . , E . ,. , 3.11 , ui ' F 1. L, ,L , V ir V, lv: , U v . ,. sQfm mfg? rl i gl V: H A- ' 92-mfvrsyw-w El 11.I rI.iR Wi-fad-vs-4-fifa'-.-A di-,fwvw-Rm igf W K A Girlsa Glee Clulv H! I I ..- x S. IR ! 1 'Er I i N Vo ig L 1 1 1 II 11 V 1 1 L I . 11 1, . ,R Lg . . 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NORENE IQIRBY AUDREY RODGERS ' I - AGNES LUECKE RUTH SPENCER Allos ' RUTH LOONEY LIzzIE BLACKXVELL ELLA 'FAE IQENDALL 4 'Q NELLE LATTIMORE EDNA BOND . f JEVVEL WOODHOUSE Second Sopranos ADA BOND H1 LUCY VVEBSTER MYRLE CULWELL JEWEL IQILPATRICK 334 MARGARET BUTLER JOAMA WELLS EDITH ICLINGLESMITH I HELEN BLACKWELL VERA FLOYD LOUISE RICKETTS -1 NANNIE OGLE ELLEN MCCLURE MYRTLE WHITESIDE V54 LENA ROGERS MARY OLIVE PRIEST IRENE MILLER , ' LOIS RUCKER will ' Page 18 5 Q lf W4 , . L , ,,,,. I . ,. ,, .L ,, LLL - A I 1- g Qsi-c'd1I-T-S311 Tdnafwwfxfi fa'Rf-'2rMf'a'k,-'A' I I 'T ' A .,.- , I 1 ' hw K Q! U V x 7, Urchesitlral, X . E 7 H X 3' Ib I I '4 . X - L3 C f -6 A w ,sr . I A J 2 ' I' ,F Yi. 1 4 I 2 3, g -, .gf Tiff-fi-f--w - - ' ' vfv' nw H F, f i H-fg , . ah! Q5 Stgmdmg-KENNETH HAYES, FLORENCE COOPER, W. P. BOYD, EMORY SMITH, G. C. SCARBOROUGH, I , SQ JOHN A. CLACK, AMOS BART-:SDALE X , Ji Sil'f'i7Ig'LUClLLE ROE, ETHEL BOB MONTAGUE, ROSE BLACKWELL, RUTH SMITH, RACHAEL DAVIS, ge I XIVILMA PALMER, LOIS GARDNER, PIERBERT XVALDEN, JR., JAMES ELBERT, XVILLIS L. I 135 L SMITH. ELIZABETH MAODOX, SIDNEY PASS, FRITZ HUMPHREVS, R. H. MCCARTY, IRMA V A ' HUEFINES, CHARLIE XVILKINS , " - N , Ts , MR. AMOS BARKSDALE . . . Director ,f R , 2, I 8 .K I I N. 4 Q Q94 A ' 1 I f lg? I Y 1, - I 3 I , 6 A , Page 186 I, ? .S I W '- f - V 1 7 -V - N. f H-f N V A "' 71' Egg' " Y ..:x3M1,a6,v Qdvffx wk' vsqfg... R-91+-1, 9 fa-fvqwn-A,eX.4"s.x ,- 1 1' 1 i, '-AQ - . f-1 H vf-' I Q rv'-, 1,1 1 1 1 LUBE by f ' X H ' fi sf-253 - -C 1 3' I pl ff A N J ibjx QL! X -1 K . L. " ll . Ak, ' Q 'LAX f U3 ll fl J 1 X 41 'xx . Q KH tm pq b, 1, x 'Wi "5 1 1 Pffvbl 5 f. 'C U 1 J 1 Q1 X ?, ,MEHK ' K 1 ' - "' ' ' A 'A' H I Q ' V-. 1 -Sk xg is '91, M' W ' A F X, X-AL If .1 111 L' ' X X 1 ,, V 1 X Z 1 3 , f 1 1 1 ,i ff if X P5 X '1 94 . 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" -' ' -N , sa :QL Seventh 7010-CECIL M. BUTLER . f g N b, 'I Is, ll ' Nr: . . , A ' Q, . H I- I I f I I ,L fan IAIA I , I nf 5 a,.v-6,1-I'-5,1 pr Ps-Qxfvwavkuv-yq A mi M a.,.qq:,,,f,4,fi,g-.1 aQ.-,XaY..,.,,KQ EHOJU1 H Richards Club A l 1 x 9. , . -5 . "5 .N R PI A Firs! row-LOUISE SMITH, AGNES LUECKE, MRS, W. J. NICCONNELL, MISS RUTH WORTMAN, A MYRA SOXVELL L 9. CANNON, ISLA MAE CHITWOOD Second row-FANNIE WILROY, GUSSIE, MYRACLE, ORA V. HUFRINES, VESTA POTTS, ,IWARGARET qs Tlzird row-Lois CAMPBELL. ALMA SIMS, ELIZABETH SOWELL, INEZ MURPHIIEE, MRS. L. I. CLARK, ' 5 GOLDEN FRY - K '74 A ' Fourth 1'0'ZU-FLEDA GILLIAM, LUNA IVIOORE, 1VIATT1E WILROY, LORAINE LONGACRE, EDNA DAVIS, A . A HELEN BOWER S 4 of I . MRS. W. J. MCCONNELL 'B-. MYRA SOWELL . , . Eg , MRS. ADDIE WALKER . I -w MARY LOU MCCAULEY . Rf Sa f OFFICERS 3,1 . . .Sponsor f . . President ' . . Qc' . . Vzce-Preszdent K . Sec1'eta1'y A Page 190 A , H - M, W f- ---- ' f- f- -- A .A . .'., 1: J ..,f.- wr -gn , . ' ' . . 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ROBERTA ROGERS X .Sponsor . . 4 . . . MRS. CORA-NI. MARTIN A H91 MEMBERSHIP ALFORD, MISS ANNA GRAY, DORIS PATRICK, MISS MABIIE , ALLEN, MAE GRIFIIIS, ANNIE PATTY, EDITH U- BARKLEY, TIIELMA GUYER, MABLE PERKINS, INA BEENE, VERA I-IAPSON, AGNES PIERSON, LORAINE , ' BONDS, ADA HERM, GERTRUDE PORTER, WILLIE ANNA ,Q Q BLACKVVELL, LIZZIE HERM, HATTIE PRICHARD, MISS ANNABELLE X' BLEWETT, MARY MARGARET HENSELEY, ANNE ROGERS, ROEERTA X BLEVINS, ONA LEE I'IUGHES, IMOGENE ROZZELLE, LOLA MAE , BROOKS, VIRGINIA ISBELL, LAVINIA RUSS, KATE 35, COOPER, FLORENCE IQELSEY, LOLA MAE SEARs,'LEONE , CULWELL, MYRLE 4 IQILPATRICK, JEIVEL SCHMUCK, CHRISTINA DAVIS, FLOSSIE LIGON, FLORENCE SCHWVARTZ, DOVIE g DILLARD, NIAMIE LIGON, MARY CHARLES STANLEY, GURTHA -F ECKERT, LILLIE LISEMBY, BILLIE STONE, ADDIE EGGLESTON, FLORENCE MARTIN, MRS. CORA STRINGER, ILA MAE Blu ELLIOTT, M ATTIE MORGAN, THELMA TERRY, FLORENCE ' ' ENGLAND, GLADYS MORROW, PAULINE XIVARD, EDITH ' EVERTS, MISS ORA LEE NIMMCI, ELIZABETH WVILMER, ERMA 'S FIELDS, VELMA NIMMO, GLADYS VVILSON, ELSIE " -j ' FORSYTHE, NORMA OGLE, NANN IVVILSON, EXIE ' XIVILSON, LYDIA VVOODARD, NORA was Page 193 1' ', - ev? 'D 13 i59""9 V " SMX 999-F' di-sexo-fawQq4 Y- 'L Bl lb ' ll " n , A ue Omumet GMU SOOIUUL CKKIZGU TROOP A A .4 x 'Q f 35' 7 x wa .fel X ' 8 I 5 l -A ,A 'Q , ,X 1, 4: -'F ,za f 4 V ., 3" Z ji f Q . ? -su, A W .2 sa! M- ' 'ly 1 CAPTAIN, MISS BEULAI-I A. I-IARR1ss ' Q, 4 LIEUTENANT, Miss MINNIE GIESECKE 5? 34 r . ' President ....... VERA O. MANIRE Xa' ' Vice-President . . . . . AVIS LYNN fy Secretary ..... . BESSIE CHILCOAT 1 W Reporter .... . LOIS RODGERS ' 4 'wx U- PATROLS ,Q 1 ' Owl Patrol Bobwhite Patrol -5 NETTIE BONNER, Patrol Leader NORA WILMER, Patrol Leader 5 MAUDE LARAMORE, Corporal IMOGENE HAMPTON, Corporal A4 -I H LOIS RODGERS AVIS LYNN ,. VIOLET JACOBS EMMA LEACHMAN N gs V1v1AN HOLLAND XIIVIAN MCSTAY Q LESSIE CARLTON 'IHELMA ATCHESON V A EMMA WILMER X B Dandelion Patrol PANSY VARNELL - 'YI ' BESSIE CHILCOAT, Patrol Leader . A ' I NELL LUMLEY, Corporal Whipjnorzvill Patrol If 51, CASSIE RUDD VERA MANIIQE, Patrol Leader ' - . r AMMA BORDERS ETHEL VARNELL, Corporal K Li BEULAH MODISETTE ' EMMA I.. SEALY ,q' B., ESTELLE CROSS ' ' NANNIE ROBERTSON 3 4 Q ' Page 194 'L fr--fxvgf-'C-h'v"i 11.4-w RAAH-wr-i J--9-f Ta ff-eager--A ,zv1-h..4f'.d..-g- 'P 9 M ic C I C11 lb hx I L g Y 90 . .z 'f I . -A '31 LW W 3 I L 731, , use ...- I LV A -' 4 M I um I, 4-444-. -' I " "W U' L' -V L- Niz Q 1 I V .l Y- 4 w 1: , Q M. I 57 . 8 1 l 1 ip' ' E2 ., , I ""m' 4 W ' X III i Q -lbw A L .2-9 ai' . I f-9 3 -. A I ' , ' 4 1, I' L92 -: . .,Y . .,,,, QL-. 1 ' ' ' X I Lgr' -figli-Q ?'1"1 'T 'f'f'f'?'. 25323 .T VL., ,g,, Q ' ' 4 First row-FRANK HARRIS, JOHN COWAN, JOE TINNEY, LONNIE GILILLAND, RILEY WILLIAMS, I.. W. RUSS, C. R. ALLGOOD, C. C. PERRYMAN, IR. 1, Q, . ' Second T020-ALMA WILLIAMS, ADDIE IEFFRES, CONNIE THOMPSON, BESSIE PRIDDY, MARY ,Q .N BARCUS, INA BARIQEY, MABLE MANN, EMMA VANHORN, GERTRUDE DUNAWAY -H. 9' Third T010-IRIS MITCHELL, KATE RUSS, DORIS CLARK, FLOYD HARRIS, I. I-I. COPELAND, ALBERT LA, 1 I VAUGHN, THELMA BARKLEY, AMY BARKLEY, BOWERY IWANN, BILL MARCH if I fm I Ii Ui A fl Ig OFFICERS . 6 C. C. PERRYMAN, JR. .... . President I I. H. COPELAND . . . . Vice-President La, :jf BOVVERY MANN .... Secrezfary-Treasw'er 7 K BESSIE PRIDDY . . . . Chat Reporter x I . " 9- -I I 2 B., E A I iff aa 4 I x A Qui 'Q' Page 195 ,'3i"+9b"'wv"9ww-E Y"5e-1-N-X'-Tw MESH!!! 44'f4-f-Y"'--1:41-A QQV5 3 M ' M' 11 lb I CO In COIuUnI1ty C TU1 1 I . ' .Z Q. If - v X X Y 5' if L. , I .4 .5 ff 4 . 5 a 4 . , I, T , 3 YL f. P -. 1 ' W' ,- . A . I4 Qs Bottom l'0ZU-MARY WRIGI-Ir, JEAN IVEY, CORRINE COLLINS, FAYE A. SNIDER, WINNIE DOUGLAS, ff YVELTA ANGEL, OLIN COX ' I Second T010-CHARLIE SPORTSMAN, BETTIE MAE LANGLEY, BERTHA CARROLL, MARY ELLEN S SIMMONS, M ADGE DANIEL, ADELL POTTS, RHEA WOODALL ' 9- Third T070-WALLACE PATRICK, URA STAMBEAUGH, NOOMA SMITH, XVALDRINE IVIAXVVELL, SYD . . KNIGHT, ALFRED MALONE 5 Q Fourth row-E. J. LEWIS, GUNLEY ANDREYVS, JOE ED CIIITMAN, HERSCHEL T. SNIDER, JAMES I Ny BATEMAN, ----S+ ' , , ,A ' .AI -4 Sl 13, .4 - -5 6 OFFICERS - 2 , OLIN COX . . . , . . . . President Ca CORRINE COLLINS . . , Vice-President ' 2 PAYE E. SNIDER . . . . Secretary 5, x QI ' 'B-I I ' . .5 R Page 100 ' lg'-.!.fi,6f,4rj,A'vs"L 2g,.q'Xvq4l.q9?ev-fx 1ia'f4-'v9Q5'9'v"'44 in r"'q -' f "?""' , E . , . . i-5 L . JI he jack and Palo Punto County C ulb . A ff 42 L - . gv Q il F-12 . D N, C A ll. Q ' if '- g ll . ft - A Es? foe 5 - "f ' . ' 'Q L V . CZ' A 1 -X 1' 5. V .3 f..""""" . A . 'i a . Q El L H' .Top V070-CAMILLE Bum, Ev.-x LEE SLEMMONS, XVELDON GRIZZARD, ANNIE BELLE H,ILL, " ' 5 VVAYNE LOWRANCE, VYELMA JEVVEL COUGER , V 1 ' Bottom row-GUSSIE MYRACLE, EMMA JANE ICEENLL, ALMA STRINGER, J. R. SLOAN, LORENDA 9. MOORE, LAUZELA SMITH, ALMA DUICE I 1 1 X V1 I if . 1 'f OFFICERS 5 ' J. R. SLOAN .... . Pfesidevzi qi ' JOHN WATSON .... Vice-Presidemf 5 CAMILLE BIRD , . . . Secrezfary ,cf 2 2 ' 4 :Fe ' .15 4 .Q . . my 9, The jack and Palo Pinto County Club was organlzed 1,n . 1923. The club is not Very largeg but it contends that it is ml quality that counts. Having as a goal: Success, and having , as a motto: "Confidence wins half the battle," the club has 4. never failed to put at least one member on some college team. P9 9, f' H' 5: ' Page 197 , K lg ."- . ,, 1 1 .,f . .V W. ,. .- ,j - - ,. ' - f - f . ----jim ,v ik,--4 afsswx l0,f!""v? ,,'F!. . -1 B f' . I2 ,f A. A A, '5" I': ,- , . I , If-4"':fD"Nv-fV"'S29w-Q Y'f'5w5'Nf"'w'I. EPEI AQ., A P.a1Is.ff,4ff3'.-'i,a--4f'v'1n-X Q I Clay Cwumty Club Boltom 7'0TU1LOUISII LISTON EMILY CARIIIICHAEL VIVIAN BARTON GLENA MARIE DAVIS VV. C. KIMBROUGH W C KIMBROUGH OREN L NOLEN EMILY CARMICHABL GLENA MARIE DAVIS VIVIAN BARTON OFFICERS . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Chat Reporter Page 198 X I 3 F I I I 3? m X 9 I 47 . I U R A 9. 2 'YL K I El ' Top 7071!-OREN L. NOLEN, EDGAR CULLRRS, J. FLOYD Hoon' ,X 351 ' 214 5 A fl . - . . . . B, X . it uf ' ' ,F 4 If 'fx' 'QI 43 ' fx. 1 I .,., 1 .f i F, X I I ' ' QQAAU filiv--A sv-we .NAA 1-Q'-1.CI-the-f X0 .f"'X 'RN-6'c'x""5l 'hfff 5'-Af'9-'fN"" 4 I , "',9v-K6,5'+a.fVv'wyXS.wv'HQE-'NEP'-'ya F1521 HQHI H51 ,aixraf-e-',...1ifG',.4-ia...eX2'v'4vxq VEIII Zandt COuIITcy Club , x Top row XVHITF, BOBO, MORRIS, RICHIXRDS, BRANDON, BLASINGAME, BROOKS, NICIIOLSON ' I Mzddle row SCOTT, TERRY, BRANDON, TERRY, SUMNER, CORLEY, RICIIIE, 'SIDES . Bottom 70:0-NICCARTEY, ALLEN, RUCKER, TUNNELL, CHILDRESS, FOWLER, VVADE STUART A ' 1 OFFICERS 1 URA TERRY .... . . . . President X T OSBORNE RICHARDS . . . . Vice-President , . A EDWIN BLANKINSI-HP . Sccrelavy and Treasurer S x I ROLL ' E A Za, 'B-. A 9. 'ax Page CONNIE ALLEN 1'IELEN BLACKVVELL ROSE BLACKWELL WINNIE BLAIR FLOYD BLASINGAME SOLOMON BOBO ESTELLE BOEO BRUCE Box EULA BRANDON I-IIRAM BRANDON LILLIAN BRAUNER DURWARD BROOKS JOHN BURGES CLOTA MARIE BURNETT LEONARD BURNS GLADYS CALLOYVAY REUBEN CARPENTER MARY ALTA CHILDRESS XIVILLIE CORLEY 199 ' CARL DARNELL DOLLIE DARNELL GLADYS F OWLER KEASBY FUGATE CLAUDE GAY ZALEME GRAY LELAND HARDEGREE MARK HAMILTON VOLRETTA HEARD CARRIE 'HUDDLE GLADYS MATTHEWS CLARENCE MORliIS ARVA MCCARTEY MARX' LOU MCCAUL OPAL NEH.L BEN NICHOLSON FAYE PINKERTON LILLIAN RANKIN EVA LEONE RITCHIE EY LOIS RUCKER F LORA SCOTT OSBORNE R. RICHARDS XIVILLIE SIDES RUTH STANFORD CONNIE SUMNER RUBY SUMNER NIATTIE FAYE TERRY URA TERRY THELMA TIIURSTON ANGUS TRAVIS ARLINE TUNNELL F LORINE TUNNELL JENNIE TUNNELL LOIS TUNNELL ESTES MAE WADE A. A. WHITE GLADYS STUART EDWIN BLANKINSIIIR 0' 541 Sa 3 L f ,gf K 41 L X I ' I U -1-In uf I I A , , If X411 At- rl Wall V .55 ' I A 91 .. A N 'M :U H H P A , ff , -lwiii 1- 'Q W lil W S Iii. . ' a V -' A ' I 4 J, f - - I , . . 1 . I f . . . . . i f ,ii 4 Ka x R ,N 9 NX , Ng' ai . Align . ' fff.---mv-myvwv v-A X,-W. .Q- I P9-W G1 SAY: , 2-fief-fgaffa'-141 aQQ-JXf'v"4fQ' Navamrrw Ccwunfcy Club N.,-rf Top mu T -X POLLAN XVAKLE POLLAN R. I-I. NICCARTY Second row IRENI3 BLOUYT MARTHA BOINNER LOLA MILES NIXRTLE DLER NARBON XVILLIAXIS Tlnrd row TINA SCHUYLLR ETHEL VARNELL F AY VARNELL FUNICE BINGHAM Faurth raw Rum OMS MCCARTX XIVILLIE MAL RAGSDALL ALIINE L1:DroRD ALINL MCCARIY NIAUDINE SHARP Faftlz you HOLLY 'VIOORE VELNIA BROWN W. D. MCCARTX 'LOUISE RISIEN IMOGENE PIAMPTON - OFFICERS . President L 'T.A.,P0LLAN . . . WILLIE MAL RAGSDAL1: . Vicefresident . Secvfeta ry J ALINE LEDFORD . . . . EUNLCI: BINGI-IAM . . . Treasmfev W. D. MCCARTY . . Chat Reporter Page 200 We if N ff y xs- NI' .Uh X, H 1 18 3 Xa 1 1 7 , r y Lv , A ' , , 4 1 4 4, T 4 Q Y -1 1 , , , ka 1 Y 94 ,GN xx G5 K 1 4 4 ga 55. 4 4 2 4 I 4 N X 9 f S3 w 'Q N K 5. t 'R gg L ' 'v- - 11 -' f x v My 1 mr 9' ,Q 'I' gg" 'h' rf' , ,A-1dv"xAv5N-5 Arai .v:'1.,,5-xe-fx ,nfb-rv 9-4-A X-"Nx -,-491' ,-A"h-1-4. - . -, W S-.1 A 1. ' ' a. 'S College Life ,, .,. f I K'-me kv vimviv My Xu-7x5 mvmvKvXbiE 2+ 2 2 3 2 2- 3 ' t 4 I j 'f 1 L 2 9 f LA VISTA E mQwQw qw-xffwaw-xsxsw Aw AA A B Y Al last our dreams are realized. Above shows our new auditorium as seenfrom the stage. Below shows it as seen from the bal- cony. Center gives us the girls at play inthe Harriss Gym- nasium. The Home Eco- nomics Department righyully boasts of the Dining Room, where the girls are taught to serve din- ners. Center is a moonlight view of our Power Plant. Last butfar from least, is our own Daddy Marquis in his private ojice. x,f , f , . A I 9 , . E 1 4 . -1' 5. A, l - ' 1, , .il . ig Z 5 l 'iq .4 ,hail u Q K :gi . " -' 1 Z .fs - " , 1 Q --7. ' , ,-.QL A I 1 .gg . , H 7:1 o gvmn z I -5' Vt 4 gg 1, - .' Afjgfl ,-,,,:,1f'sg -Q, 5, 3 " - ' ,Q 'V fvraig gf lf! ' P' 1 -E' ,," f L,--1',1"ft':i . .2 '.,i va .-N ', :'JZ"'- uf .1-'SH -2 ff-rn if ' 13 , 7 51 'X ' E 4 144 ' ' L, Q -fn,-,, qpi' ' 'fI"'f i, ,I' f- 4 ' .. - ,Z ' ' 5-J ' ll all 5, " L .12 3?-2g ,3u':i ., ' 4' h-4 h gt 'jr ' ,l 'df .",'fA.2-,Wim :QA , 1 ' ' 9,11 , ' 3 ,I F1 ' 2,41-qsggik. ,3xf6i's'4.:'Ff1".fi3 g . if -1 ' L on Q l l. ff P sr . Elf v if e 4 I-: 54 ,11 s. .pi -'sig 53 Q if,g1i?yf'fT? ul H - Q ' . ' he 1.17-Lf T' Q, f- ' .:i.ff"1frf N , . . ' -. , 3 A tile, Q l ' pf . Q1f5L5i,1,1EbQ 1 1', 'f is 1 4, ' e H V 1 9 if ' so "ms: ' d , , gf-elfr' y,"IAT-5'f'3, gll.'Q-,. f if ., " '- ' ' ' Wei f'P51':??'15552'Jsl?1-ifiiefff - no xi Freshmen were more im- portant than Seniors even though they had only a habf day in which to shine. Above is a scene in thepa- rade in which the Red Cross and Salvation Army played a good part. Below is shown the Forty-niners. 4 f -. Freshmen! F r e s h m e 71 everywhere! Above the Mar- Ihas and Georges in cos- tume. Center shows the Freshmen boys and upper- classmen in a game of push- ball. And fnally the Gyp- sies appear on the scene. Dulcy was the most entertaining and prob- ably the most. successful Dramatic Club produc- tion. , Our memory of this drama is refreshed by the four scenes shown here. Dulcy is the central fig- ure in the picture below. A.-1 4, . -A 1 , 4 . ,Q J Did the Seniors lord it over the rest of us for Cl whole week? Well, not exactly that, but they were the most important personages on the cam- pus. Above and center are snapshots of Seniors. Be- low is the Senior Pag- eant. -.-Q.,1,,-Q ,VQV V . ,4 V . V . -V -w, ,., .H m,LV-,,4i- MT.-A,:, ' ,. mn.?.....' f- --:.....,,-..-4::-:1f:1Vff-1V-f-"'-- -V,-x'w--f-V- - , t .V V V ' V -l'I"'TZiI I w -:W 1:-,fvwv-....., -Y Y. J P... WL5lEi51EI.i5l51WLW1QHE1rW51EWi5El5WElJm5l.ElJF1ElED V .5 1 4 L Him V1wwamrtnmumlmmlilmmmmtiauittmimuituliiiuuuumums'mulxvumnV 'X Y Nazar- if. 'f4?g'T?5xgg?-3312 3 X Q I xr nxt 49- I 5' an-E 5 -K f ax X Aa, 1 9 1? -r I V Vw ff- ir if Q13 9 aff "'fYNV-W-V FGA " 'P V V 7 A 'I V1 ,W , M 4-54, - 1 61 J il -. .VJ V , - '- .. ,. V , V- -.--VV V V- , , V- , nf' - gf: ' 'i r V 1 - vt o- -- TIN? I n v- - 1- . ' - .- - ..: A H .1 51 L: .:1 A .5 5' 1 -.3 .. E' 'I ,.,,,,,,.. 1 '1 V Y W W-,, f'- -V - ' " 'VW "' . 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Q, f , "1vV:,1f 1, rt U V -1.55: P35 ,V F- IH ,f aj-l ', Ifj V r Ji' , V, - t ' affih' 1 ll , ff '-gi : A J .l,, hx ' ' VWLVK , "AH" I Hi!! f fl , --' 'V ' Vp. - e H- . I ' ,Qmu '!V'Yr 'FI Q V t" . 1 V, wiv' ' -1 V ,V ' A 5 P 4 Q, 'r1',' .4 ,, " I -1 u-1, fitfsi. 'U I - V: ,-.-L,Vr- 'E ,v N V -.H H u '- V4 V f 1 ' ' . H' ' V 1. ' ' A wg.-iw, 1 fre - .. , H ,, ,. 1' V-V- ,L - ' V- .M .. - Q-, -- ' 5 Whal could be more typical of college life than this-page of college snapshots Al work or play, posing or hmoceully playing marbles, it is all Nw some on lhc campus ix, T 4 ,, n-16 'L 1 MSW! 'teiygm . ., ,.i1:f':".. vw ji w ,., . . f., f. U W . -A iC'?f.J,5L. ' .Lex -,, -21" lx ,-, ,vg'.",,if ' p 9 -' if-'G 53' if 'JM , I .. lf, ., QQ .j 'fl Ulu . , N , X .. . -A M11-115 r Q1-1 s . A.. L-:.,- -,N f r HH- ., ' V. , Emo me Above Center is not a funeral--No. Merely roses for our Engl'isl1 Prof. Cen- ter shows improvements be- ing- made on and around our campus. Finally the May,Fete appears as it took place on our campus. . Q -Q-if Q A 1 E Tw ii ". 'lf V .:? 11-1"-.1 4 Ove 4 HL . ' 'N Ln ,if ' ff" L 'ljflki ' . .v Us - wt my Mig., .35 , i . , t. .1 .V fr .-.c.4gw, , , - H ' . ' , -, ' ' :gtg su ft...t.,. , - ,--...H H, f:.kLLL.w.' ff, ,nw .. Y.,-nr.. -. V A -.. . ', ,Xl 'f., Hifi .. ,,. ga' 'V f-L 1-he L fu - 1 - We wa 'A ff-rw? , ". .f WP+jgF' " XS.iff:1L"f?"I:ffv V 'J"f2':lf:'.1fif'l Z '.1.L' "N" 1 --1:51 .J,.4n.:rJ. L !..-.1L1L'A,.x".'- ,'i, 5' E l ,f Y,Y 3-l 157. Typical college life is shown here. Above center shows the main attraction of the Denton County Fair. Center shows the long line of students waiting to register. Below is the main event' of the year of '23-'24, the May Fete. ' Q - - 'Mitt for t ' "-.- 3... 123' ' ' .is 1 ,X , . lamyifi -, ' . t' .Q K 3 ' I Q . ' '- 1 1115.5-A - 1 . I mr A- :.,. ' A 1' t . 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The postman, below left, may be a source of pleasure or other- wise, according to how many letters 'he may bringg nevertheless, we love him. . . 'ff 1. i fi l 'L -Lada ! . leg'-L" T-ta : . 1 v-Mfr ff? 'WW .f 1 "' ,QEE if ,M ig Nfl 1 ii WX-e It B I1 S' G 44 .f i ' are ' 1:3 L: J. -. I iaj-iw , ry if V72-'-K,-11' -:'1.-UF, me-:4-,.. f - 1 Vx. -ff .lf X ' " 9 Z I" '..4: ' I ' 1? 'flLA,,,.J" N - T'1,,?1f."'m-vii-Z E535 'El i' Wu?-5 1 J. T235-get g-.- in - ...f ' ? , ' ,.3,f.,. f H - I N if' ' L + My i v it ' 24'-.F ,sr - -e 139 , H Gil., f:'uf":L V Q , ,. f' 1 'f r .. ,H ,fi-F,-,. ,- 1, .. .-Q -Lp.-e V. -' '-Q X?-:dnl-ng--A Q., .-,f,f,,,, -.-J-r..,.f' L - Q A' ' 'i "' "1 "af - ll 'i 1 Y. " - 6 I 1 .y -. - .-' lied? ' I 5545 . wgeiqisfa,-..4,, JQQGKZQ-X .,'-, - ' . I. .N i Ti g , A ,- ' in 2?-5? 91 .ff ,Q repay: 'af'-'lrm-tafzf' HLA:-, ' 4 Qs, J '-s, ', was 11: ."w:INa.,- ' - ifff'-p ' A . '5E5'fL1 :-lf' W WM . wflsw- u ' . iff' ,'.w'H1'f3'fg:?H.f4'r-gwikiegffaMe1f1,1w f ...-f N, VJ- Jn ' iiflifi-Evzl ' "1.'9f1.?i1-r1'.iPY'f V. ' :is News ii:-fir e 1 l 1, 14 ggi! 4, 5532-Hmevs re 1,-W fri . . . Ef':'1s:..54.i..'u1'! V!-EJ' 3, A - 1: Sh .g 2, :..,.. l 1 3 ,A - f.:.',23,!.......-.,t.eq.,,1--g- ,,, ..-Ei Q .-1 1 , -f'gf..,, --'mf-,g' ' -f., - ,- - ,Ld A f V, l - ., .zzz Q..- ..... , g ... , 'Af . V- . -wr rr'--. - -. 'fs i- f-.- " " 'mfg' V , .. " -,-5,1 ' ' ' - ."-:.' ,gm-. ' ' ,., ,F Fl'-4, . V-X - w s: - i A--Il:-fbqkN5ly" mag. rjlzjgi L .J ',-..-ugvm 1 "rf-f..-.+ 3 L1 Y-u-r-. , 'iz-54' fr-N, ,ff INQH,-4lv",4Q'6',. -5V4g",5 fs-62. f . In ,A 1 ,I nl, 1, .fzxjgv Auf:-Y,-, WT, I - 1, , :- '- - 't W.,.iw.-Q, A - . fm .I 4,i:,4:-an 5-54 X Y . 5, Hn xjgki ,pf , Q:-43.1 gg W -,,,, - . , , , ,'4,g,Q,.llJ As one strolls down the walk to the power plant, underneath the willow trees, it is true that "a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." Below, the Old Science Hall recalls to mind many dear memories of the past. .1 - v X, 2 hd- A Enthusiasm runs riot when the mock football games are staged between halves of the real game. Above are the players on one occasion. Below shows some of the onlookers who were present at the .May Fete. ':!:! j . M31 . ."' -" . - , m Q -. ' irrv rd Lx L- r' 'J ' " ' lllf of :reyes gg v s 1 f' f 1 ' 1 fa 1'-.J ' X - 4 " 1 fix 1 . , 5 6 l . 1 Q, 4 ,. r L1 " - .. . km: I 3 - N K' 4, 1, F .H , 1- W, f, fr' ,-1-an i , rr 3 - 'J N E, : f WJ!! : I. V Y J,n,.1.,-:1 i X 1 H ,f wwggiil H4315 T , I J V - Q ' ' - i : . - 6 l K'-f ,E X J A S 454,31 ' V A 'M' L 15. NIV - 1 K twmwb. . , r ' 'Hu 1.-, 1 W M 1-5? 53- fv 'R W - V f- -, as , my A 1 I 1 H - H- 1 ..., um. LU r"L'aX'-'iii' -:. 3 f:4'ii'Nw"E2 1 . W: - - msg,-:sqm J. - . - u r PE.: 5 .+V -iff? , . . 5 . ff 'f" ,AIM fffgzlffb F lfvgigifx ij: , . 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" IE "'J"'f'f"tw?'fPsP4v+v Nffbbvaw r :K-are-an-eq Rarlnlbofw Party c . Lk - ! ,p Y Y- F- 059 K G ve NN' 1. Q Q rw , I zoo ' P rt ,+S- J F A yr., gg Q ,,. il -X7 5' , ' E' 75,55 F1454 - , , , F... v , 5, If rl .r v i X , , smfmvouk - llrllrrr' Bvl-lT0i11NllN'lHY-0fNKKl'L55 'diff . ma Lmsuumarrl 53 SLIP ru H H wrrs A mm --4-fig 5 .1151 1 -mmrrr-nuns sr MAN-'Nova row mms ww X W - rv rs umm-1 rg, m,Y-WHY mfg S0 MANY BOYS TWD it ' 14' MAN-'1'r1THr.oeANOfMEN7 X K rms scams To e-erm. T I ry, . -fl 1 'r l 3" X. Ev I ,QW 15:3 dx , , "Cf - 1. 1 b4rlJrlltlD,l?1lll'lunl1s,Plalrll5r1voul' p x. 1. X lMIlSl-l SOME BOYS "NoPe' f lynn NOT? - 'VE 501 UN A 6900 lencurlrun puwea-1've Y Aunuur ms M. K B I' AGnuD1lME vm 1-ma YA ,PAIR UF SHOE 5' 'vnallruur 1'llvNE+EEf1x1lN:1.f' aveume.. - THE BOYS. owrfg, ern-'mamma new ro sm' W- 4 The Rarnbow Prr y, grven bv the Women s Faculty Club and the Grrls Forum for the young women of the college on VVednesday March 26 1924, was one of the most 'rttractrve 'md most enjoyable entertarnments of the year The Boys Gym was artrstrcally drvrcled rnto sectrons for each class and each scctron wls decorated 111 one of the colors of the rarnbow The Senror grrls drs played the college colors green and whrte the junrors, blue the Sophomores purple the Freshmen prnk the Second Year s red and the Frrst Year s, resplen dent yellow After all the grrls had found lherr respectrve places a number of songs and yells were led by the rncomparable Mr Anderson of the Faculty just at the trme when rt seemccl that Peggy O Nrel was gorng to be sung rndehnrtely the Grand March was announced and Mr Rrgg s Fast Frve tuned up for the dance In sprte of the fact that there were more than one hundred couples on the floor, the hour and one lr'1ll of dancrng wfrs greatly enjoyed Cwrth the boys on the out srdc lookrng rn Refreshments of tea wafers 'rncl candy were served throughout the evenrng bv members of the F acultv Club Page 217 ll ' ' E t ll ' i 1 ' 1 l 1 1 W Y ' 2 , C ' : ' ' 9 ' l - 1 l I 1 - Y ' Q. . p H , .I H . .u . A c A - 1 11 ' 11 , Y- C C . 1 . - , - C M . C A . j . p p A - ' " r., , c c ' V ' A 1- 1 f 19 25 14' r ef . rl i il Q Z 724 'lk Henrietta Mercedes De Gore A 1 S On Tuesday, April 1, 1924, Mrs. Henrietta Mercedes De Gore, a teacher in if the Mexican government schools for three years, spoke to the student body on . l Ancient, Colonial, and Independent Mexico. .V ,A X. She discussed Mexico from the folklore standpoint, illustrating with popular V' 2 arts and crafts, hand-painted scenes, typical Mexican music, costumes' and na- fa. tional dances. ' 'g Her marvelous curios were displayed in the basement of the Library build- fir? ing to students, faculty, and townspeople. QC Mrs. De Gore was here under the auspices of the Y. VV. C. A. lg - " Yi. 4 Address of Hon. lloseplhus Daniels One of the best of the Fine Arts numbers was the address of Hon. Josephus Daniels, former Secretary of the Navy, at the First Baptist Church, April 10, 7 1924.' In speaking of challenges, Mr. Daniels discussed the challenges of peace, Q of health, and of lawlessness. By quoting Clemenceau, Mr. Daniels brought his T . hearers to a realization of the challenge of peace. The world leaders answered sg ,, , the challenge of. warg but Clemenceau felt the demands of peace when he said, D "We are now entering on dangerous days. It is easier to win a great war than A ' 2 T to win a great peace." The challenge of peace would naturally be met better by a happy citizenship, a happy citizenship is a healthy one. Thus, the chal-g I ' W- lenge of peace is a challenge of health. A The breaking of man-made laws, according to Mr. Daniels, is a demand on I citizenship, a demand that must cause the enforcement of all laws of 'EL nation. Q45 ,V The fulfilling of laws of a land will naturally lead to the obedience of international V law, a paramount and fundamental basis for international peace. Mr. Daniels -sa f emphasized that obedience to all laws would lead to the obedience of the inter- 4 national law. By answering the challenge of health, we answer the law of citizen- N I ship, which in its turn leads to an inevitable cognizance of the challenge of peace. if ug, I ii if fl. V J V Page 218 1 5 , . , . , ,D .. .- . . ,, , .. , .Ni fx W w'f+-eva-sqvf-wL.,ff'.avs' 1 fu'-sb'+a-av-Yeas-F-wfFf'5a?'S2f"fvs i 1 Dr. Paul B. Kern N FRIDAY, April 11, 1924, Rev. Paul B. Kern, Dean of Theology at the Southern Methodist University, gave a most interesting address to stu- dents and faculty members. A The parable of ten virgins, five wise and five foolish, as told in the 25th chap- ter of Matthew, was the theme of his talk. We were told of the student without either physical or intellectual reserve who is only preparedutoi "get by," and who is never prepared for any unexpected happening. On the other hand we were shown the marginal student-the one alwayqs prepared with additional strength and knowledge for the unusual or extra in class or examination The leadei of any movement 15 always chosen from the marginal crowd for it is known that here one can be found who w1ll do e'ct1a and deep thinking along with h1s work sald the speaker Dr Kern very Httingly applied the parable to student life in somewhat the following manner The kingdom of hfe 15 likened to ten students who took their notebooks and went to meet their professors Five of them were wise and took notes but five were foolish and while their professors lectured they slumbered and slept T111 at length mid term mme and a test was announced The tive fool1sl1 begged of the wise and said Give us your notes But the wise answered and told them to go and study But while they were away the test came and they that were ready went in the doors were closed and the giades made Later the foolish returned and begged of the professor their grades but he answered and said Depart' I knou you not' And there was weeping and W"t1l1I1g and gnashlng of teeth M A Qw- W ,,. s,r ff,, 0 !- ff' 'L wax vs.. 9, ,J 4 5. fd!! f A-4 mfr!! The lfV1se 1' he Toohsh Page zzg WL 52 Q rv Q i .T xii . .. it 7 Q" -- x s N . . Wi 11 , . ' , , ' X , ' li. , , . . ,, . . r ' ' 4 Ll u. T . . . jp . - Sw - I -4, . '. ,H C. 1 .,, , '. C - r . A ' - . it , - - it 3+ - - ' Az Y 11 , - Q . . .' ' ' , c c . ,N - is ,, 1' "' fb ' 'Z 'Z 1 ii - F31 w I -' t d 1-. 1 les X CJ ' H 2 Wk - 'M Qu 10 j.j7fT,'.-455 'L' -" HJ - 4 we I l '4jg,,17W'fffy -52, 1,-Q .M 'A A -s , sf- 4, 214221 ' r- T. . ., qi ,-V ,HE rig ag: .sl I f - we iiy ,Q , an ' ly 9w...A,v'. ' f H f Stag Party at City Parik ffw W wr wonneu '7 j k How 'mis '-1 323522 llllll ' X EAT L in NX NH, wares Youk NAMEQ A rise mm up ws W GRAHAM we or ww. WHEN Nlk I HOPE Youv. mar one HE Tito His END OF OF THESE MUSE CRAEKERS 9 oy E THE W-,VE muwuu A J Ill TREE www HE WEN' A A prrren A DRUNK 5,4 x. El Sounw Sbyou was lN TM mm evil whim' li THE usum. Qunmqu vs OF EkECu'rg NW X nw?-5 hw ' SLAQKHI FKRE Q X M?Lv?Q3?2ii s' l NNW'-sf A x Aff! , April 7 1924, vias a memorable date for the boys of the college On that day the Annual Stag Party, sponsored by the men of the faculty, was instituted This party had four divisions the parade the stunts on the square the contests at the park and most nnpoi tant the eats. The parade began to form on Hickory Street in front of the College at four O clock. It was headed by President Marquis. Next came the band and then the seniors the junior- the sophomores the freshmen and the second and the first years. Each class group was led by its faculty commander. And it vas 'L motley crov d. There xx ere Burks Bathing Beauties and all kinds of other girls. There vas a variety of boys. The grotesque procession moved to thc square. There each class put on some kind of stunt, in which 'in upperclassman was threshed ' by a lower classman. The stunts were almost 'is numerous as the costumes in the parade. The parade went around the square then out Locust to the City Park. After the arrival at the park there was a tug-of-war. The subcollege was eliminated. by the seniors' and juniorsg the freshmen defeated the sophomores. In the end, the upper classmen, in autug-of-war across the creek, pulled the "fish" back into their element. After this there were three-legged races, sack races, and then a pie-eating contest. By this time everybody was ready to eat. Under the direction of Marshal Prof. Anderson, the boys lined up and marched by the eating table, where they were given immense quantities of apples, wienies, bread, pickles, ice cream, and cold drinks. After eating their fill the boys gathered around a bonhre and expressed in a few good yells their appreciation of the fac- ulty's entertaining them. Then President Marquis and Dean Burk made a few remarks, and the boys, after voting to have an annual Stag Party, disbanded. ' Page 220 .. ,,., ,, M TST E'- , M, , , . , , W , , .- - HE AEB 4-X 1 f , 1 . " 5 P1 ,Q- I 'fig in ' J - 4 YJ fm' f A Z ill ' Q 7 ' 1 5 ' 1 I Q 5 iN k in i - - l - ,j - sf I - ' . ' ,wsu A A S lil. .4 . f ' i , ' mw, 1mm,,, ,, I ,gf , 'K G - .. jfi iff. A 3 J - s-- .. fe Q r ii , if t I ui 4, P -5: 1, T . fs 'rr 9 2 ii 'I Eff E K . 1' ' ff! 3 :ii .' 1 i I . - . ' c ' C ' ' . l' i - f i U , I c i 'I . I , ' i . s c ' , ' . , , ,, ' , gr 11 ' Y Y Y C c . c , Y C! Y Y 3 r "c c c c 'c C 7 V Y If 1 C YY K A t 7: A J u C 1 C ll 11 x C C 7 19 Q5 Fw 1, v. . :'? t xg 2 is X S. H. 1 Z 54 A Replica Last sprmg the Manual Trammg Department engagecl 111 the xnterestmg task of making in exact 1epl1ca of the Teachers College Campus The bmldmgs wx alks roads 'md vrounds were 1eprese11ted accorclmg to scale and 1n the natural colors The replxca was a L1ll1put1an Teachers College The Ldvanced class 111 manual tr'11n111g was 111 charge of the pamtmg 'md the colo1 scheme Tl1e rephca was mounted on a speclalljy constlucted table swe QIX feet by e1ght feet O11 the ptrt 1eprese11t1r1g the soutl1e111 pmt of the campus was shown how the neu athletlc field would look when completed Thele was tl1e swxmmmg pool south of I'I'11l19 Gymnasmm The I R Cl1r1s11l P'uk was shown The football 'md baseball Helds were p1cturerl The rcpllca was Hmshed ln early May and 11 as eXl11b1ted 'xt the Phonograph sent the present and the past co11d1t1o11 of our campus for tl1e many bumps and dxtches XVCIC om1tted However lf It were exh1b1tefl 1n tl1e Aclmlnlstmtxon Bu1ld mg 'ls ongmally planned the rephca m1ght se1ve as a model to show what our campus may be 1n the future Pa ei 'sa , I Y 79, A N ' :ff of 1 T? tix: A2 K lv ' ' Q4 tw "2 A b Q. . . . . . . X92 1 1 C ' c - 4 c - A . ' . , c ' - Z '.. c ' . ' . ,I f '- ' I I l T1 kg' r F' -1' X Z M ' 'I ' c ' Y ' l ' Yr t ' J E an . 5 I N ' A N . . T I T C n - 4 1 C C s . 4 c c S ' 4 D ' . . , - 9' 544 A . i . . , I A . . L4 Q 1 p 1. Shop. There was, or is, one defect. The replica was entirely too neat to repre- HN, ' n n rs 1 1,5 1 L, . I A . n y. . . . D . L . . C . . - , Si . ,C . . L , . V . - sq - A . , 1 , ' xf S. 1 ff mi. l'.-:1 1 xl ' ' 'qi a, . R gc 221 T qv - ,dy-4-s. 1 fx 1 4- fcef a 1925 w , are -, 1 4- Hg ' r 4 -V ... . , ,, ,,.. E H-ti1'eilEi" -If. , f-- , ...ga . . . , g ' lg I . .7 9 in will 9 'v' ' I lla.. EHJIFQY S- llSllllI , V qi' it ' On May 2, 1924, Dr. Wharey, professor of 'V .5 ' English at Texas University, spent the day on ' 1 xx the campus as guest of the Current Literature xl l 24' Club. His visit was a htting close of the club's Q work in their study of Tennyson's life and works. if During the day Dr. Wh arey spoke at assembly. - In the afternoon he was the guest at the Current Literature Club's reception. In the evening, at Y :E the Men's Gymnasium, he spoke of Tennyson, his T life and work. The program, in charge of Miss 'lg Wilson, was interesting. After a charming intro- 'QQ duction by Miss Shook, Dr. Wharey discussed, - 1. in a fascinating and concise way, Tennyson's struggle with religious doubts and his final triumph P, 7, . in accepting a funclamental belief. Q , 5 - XE 5 lj. . fi Y. W . C. A. Mother s . Day Program . at I ' FQ. In observance of Mother's Day, the Y. W. C. A. held an interesting program ' Q, as follows: y ,I Song-"Abide With Me" Prayer-Miss Walker . E. . Scripture Reading-Nettie Bonner Song-"Lord, Bestow On Us Thy Blessings" EL Reading-"My Mother"-Eve Rankin I Vocal Solo-"Little Mother of Mine"-Lorena Puckett 33 Reading-"Grandma Cutter"-Elizabeth Sowell A ji J. Talk--Miss Katherine I-Iornbeak Q 21 Song-"Blest, Be the Tie" ' g Prayer-Miss Harriss I, f Miss Hornbeak, made an impressive talk, stressing the necessity of living fqf gratitude to our mothers rather than saying it. She quoted Emerson, as a kind 'sf I of text: "All I am I owe to my Mother." I, 7' gl The program was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present. .1 . il g Dr. Dulffienbach Jun Chapel FLC It was a great pleasure to hear Dr. Duffenbach of Boston, who is editor of -Q , the Christian Register. He first said that he was taking a bird's-eye View of W' :Ss - Texas to see how she was expressing herself on the subject of fundamentalism. , ' "The era in which we are living," said the speaker, "cannot be compared with I gpg others although we 'do not know it. Humankind is one in aspirations and 1 I freedom." sl ' , Dr. Duffenbach made the statement that the world has advanced more in Q: the last ten years than it will in a hundred years to come, despite the expense of ,V the great war and the loss of men and property destroyed. i. x . i ' x Page 222 ' ll , V N . A ', an , ., 5 F . F i 1925 Elections j, it sr After a week of spirited campaigns waged on the campus, the following stu- QV g dents were elected to the Yucca staff and Athletic Councilsi ' r A YUCCA STAFF . 5' Fred Coffey . . ....... I . . Editor 9' Virginia Atkins .... Associate Editor x Z? Agnes Luecke . .... Y . Class Editor , ,p i Fred Slack . . . .... Athletic Editor 74, Wallace E. Davis .... Organization Editor I 1 C. C .Perryman, Jr. . .... - College Life Editor 1, 4 Estes I-Iargrave . . . I ,. Facts and Follies Editor F Louise Smith . ........ Art Editor f , H V K ,IT . 3 ATHLETIC COUNCIL A 'V A Leland Hardegree .......... President I I. H. Turney . . .... Vice-President Nettie Bonner . . .... Secretary-Treasurer , 5 E. C. CChicD Perryman ........ Yell Leader Xa if ' I' I A EXERCISES 'OF THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT A Ei Monday, May 5-Recital by Voice Department i Y Monday, May 12-Concert by the Training School ' FQ, Q Saturday, May 17-May F ete by the Physical Education Department .H 2 Wednesday, May 21-Pageant, "The Sheathing of the Sword" Sunday, May 25-Baccalaureate Sermon-Rev. George Green, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Austin I 1 gl , Monday, May 26-Recital by the Piano Department . 'gs F Thursday, May 29-Al Fresco Supper by the Dramatic Club ' p Friday, May 30, 8 A. M.-Breakfast by Mary Arden Club I. Friday, May 30, 4 P. M.-Reception by Current Literature Club ' , Friday, May 30, 8 P. M.-Alumni Banquet by Ex-Student Association gr Saturday, May 31-Commencement Exercises. r Address-Harry H. Rodgers, San Antonio I Kp Awarding Diplomas-Dean of the College E+' F97 Awarding Degrees-President of College . nf ,921 f X, Page 223 , . fifzefsi-ffv'f-'C-H ' wr ' ' S+1i'Sle4" ld : t we avi..-fa g +--v x . A . x L LM who ,- x, .f- v 1 1 A 5.21 - ggi? 'Q .lf-11-lj!-L 7' ' ' iff- , 51 ivfggw 121- "gg M ,K L ge J ai '5 " -'95-I Q 'WT Q'.4'. , Y,-:ij ,fm 14,2 YN FLW, -ke? .- LV iii " m'qi.f 95342 ,F , ,YF ,,. -QU 1' ' rig, fp I, L-Qu iff' Vi Q ,J , ' '-fb .., 71, gfazgfk, jf? ' gi N t lgilifgg 3531-, - Sa if Fx Q .. !'.: IU ZF. I Q-E1 'N in ff sw .I , I 1 no rr , fm, R 1-4- ,,f, 1:24 .5 1 Q4 T211 gb . ' E41 WT A il H3 A 1132, Q IA f 5,4 Q25 lf? .El fly, gl' 1 px if!-V! if Qi IH ' ' - J -,Qu S' mf, 21 vi Q 15,11 ' 1: A 5, 'D ly , 1 sw ' lb PM 'E X 113 Q fill g V ,w jf I. I lg 15.2 'fiff F, xgibjim Yagi, A+q,,, 155 ' 'fligivy-I 'Ili ,Lgfiw-J 154 f? 'iff V 1 1.26. ' 5 fm 3 -:ag-f , an 'firq f '-3 T f f Ig: by L45 F 'A V- - fl , '1-ft A ,Cv V l 5:23, 1, Axiffiktii Pa i G? ,V-1-,filrhfk Ee 224 ' S552 'A 'lQ3?A Q13 xr'-QT?-Ll V 'V ,, ,Y lei RIA! r eefs:-of-sfsl f M The Crow ning of the Queen of May J , Q! A 2 ' -V . , . , ' l xx I in . P if ' A Q ig A ll f ' U' gg, at ' I Q ix i "' ' i i K. n S 4 P ,. - it te- . Yi g iff yi V Y ..---,. . . 1 R -'f lk .iii A .V, ,Q A In a luxuriant, colorful and exotic flower garden, Miss Vala Fullingim was iii 9, crowned Queen of May by the Goddess of Spring. fi l iii The fete was begun by the march across the athletic field to the throne of ggi! Ty the queen. The procession of two hundred girls was headed by two heraldsg ff following these came Cupid, Maids of Honor, Flower Girls, the Queen, the Pages, jr'-E L' the Goddesses of Autumn, of Spring, of Summer, of Dreamsg Nymphs, and the fi 94 Carnival Dancers with Maypoles. fe, The Carnival Dancers, representing flowers, performed a dance of greeting. 6 After dances of the Nyinphs, of the Goddesses, and of the Flower Girls, the Queen 1 selected her crown. just before the coronation, the Maypole Dancers gave f 4 - "The Mountain March." Then little Mary Anderson crowned Vala Fullingim, ' 4 the May Queen of the Teachers College. fm: Music for the occasion was furnished by the Denton Municipal Band under :Qs the direction of R. S. Riggs. This was one of the most elaborate festivals ever ffl Q given at the college. The entire program was under the direction of Miss Lili BQ Palmer Daugette of the College. 'I gi Page 225 f ,. S . , , . an , . ,,,, . , - 15 ' 6, I I.. M -- SZ' iff g' ' -xjj ,Q 5 L4 3- - Z f1""TFP9-W .91 .rf l'f'4rf"i9F'f4"s3-ezi'i?'?'Q:1i18fi'-'x5'f"'4"x"5 HTlhe Sheatlhiing of the Svvordi' Under the direction of Miss Coralee Garrison, the Teachers College presented the pageant, t'The Sheathing of the Sword," to an audience of three thousand, May 23, 1924. This brilliant and educational pageant was held at the athletic park. 1 Peace .as Queenpresided. She was attended by Prosperity and Progress viho had twenty senior girls as attendants. The Four Ages Ancient Medieval Modern and Future represented by senior girls were depicted in the pageant as contributing something to U iiversal Peace. ' ,The Ancient Age as portraying Peace was in three scenes, First was the -sacred truce of Greece represented by the Olympic games' second '1 dedication off an altar to Peace by the Romans' the third the Nativity in Palestine. - The Middle Age 'ls contributing to peace gave the Field of the Cloth of Gold where King Henry VIII and Fr1ncisI agreed to peace. The Modern Age as supporting peace saw the ielations of the United States with Great Britain Japan American Indians and Pan America Then the Future Age veiled during all the previous time drew her veil saying I speak the conquest of Peace lost forever' Peace Universal' Then vias the joyous dancing by kindergarten and first grade children of the Rfunbow of Hope for the Future EX STUDENTS BANQUET G? 3 I F W C 6 X so mu: is como , 5 os new DOES? ' 1 Nj f N. is Qu:'?"'sHe iv P" 9 T v NED ...d some one N21 noon no , Mu- K 'TAM FDR THE oodov. vu-NGN New srfxvxeo SNGING IN N eveav bona! rmso I, .ana 5 M To LOOK AS Mutt! 2 uk: A c.ovlDDY AS Posslel:E 'F .NSY TAKE 1-NE guug Aww FROM THF ursTe xn-wr WILL from-OW? voice rum emo N WILL O Friday evening May 30 1924 the ex students of the Teachers College were gathered in a round up in their annual banquet The whole pro gram of the evening vias carried out in the form of a round up C C Doak as toastmaster was the foreman of the round up ot the evening The boss aided by a group of efficient cow hands succeeded 1n producing a thoroughly enjoyable evening of entertainment At this banquet VV A Ross was elected president Cora M Martin recording secretary Lottie Brashears and Charlcie Amos vice presidents Lillian O Walker corresponding secretary vias re elected bv acclfimation Page 226 C v 1 Q Y 7 l 1 1 A 1 1 C 1 4 1 1 1 1 C C , 7 1 C x C 1 . s C u I c s y 1 i. " - 1 1 . . . . U 7 V . 1 H 1 T 1 t I l 1 - 1 l 1 , , A c . K - is FN f ' if L. u 1 ,. Q ff- K ' 1 fn . :J f Q ' ' 1, A 2N P ,- QM xx . ,, 1 -I - - ,J X 0 X l K j 1 fi 1' iz' f? ' ffugil .1 I 4 2 . N 1 Xwllull I 0 l If . Q s l 1 f, 1 . I, p I f ' ' K5 'N I g 5 . S aa . N ' B .. . , - K A!! X W Z H- . . . . . Q U . 'SM- I C . 9 ,, 1 . 1 I ' K ' r ' ' ' - . . . , 4 I - - - u VY 1 Y 1 , u 11 ' ' Y 7 - C , A , ', . . ' 2 . - 1 .1 1 . Y - . I y y r - C a . ,, ,. ,- 14 ' ' - ' ' if' ' f . ' ' "Tv " . l - f PINS' 9'-.ef'54f5f-4's"4!"'mf X-cuff-rxqiglv-1-f4r9"v""i ff' V fl fl- , ,4 Ameiricaimism .I I if Address by DR. C. C. SELECMAN V x Americanism was the subject of an address of ji 5, Dr. C. C. Selecman, President of Southern Method- gi ist University, Dallas, Texas. Dr. Selecman was . the first speaker of a series of lectures for the summer ' -4 session. His lecture, at the stadium. was delivered 'L' June 12,1924, to alarge audience of students. , ,4 ' In his opening remarks, Dr. Selecman said that he loved all things American: the American people, the American government, the American 54 flag, the American traditions, the American insti- Tv' tutions. A love, a thoughtful, considerate love, QQ for all things American, is the first requirement of Americanism, was his opinion. 1 ' The Constitution of the United States is the f ,ll 4 fundamental basis of American government, which Q Sk is an institution of America. Therefore, all good - Americans should have a considerate respect for the Constitution, which declares 'Q fy that "all men are created equal." But, according to Dr. Selecman, all men are if not equal, either physically or mentally. Dr. Selecman said that all men, under 3 1 ,N the Constitution, are equal in a chance at play, health, growth, education, and happiness. The individual's chances at all these are limited only by his physical and mental limits and capacities. True Americanism will recognize the equality th, Q of all persons to obtain the best of life. I A, Americanism is freedom. "VVhat is freedom?" asked the speaker. "Is it 1 it only the lack of restraint?" "Is it no more than this riot of selfishness, of bolshe- a l vism?" '1Freedom is a conscientious effort to follow the fundamental laws of the P 195 land, continued with a desire to respect the rights of the other person, in addition, ,gx 5 ,l freedom means a courageous conviction to give everyone a square deal." 'fi In conclusion, Dr. Selecman emphasized the importance of hard work. In Ki, his opinion, hard work would solve many of the problems facing Americans In to-clay. As a fitting close, the speaker described how an American felt when, 5 returning from a foreign land, he beheld the shores of the United States, the fd' 5 SQ home of Americanism and democracy. V f is 2? gi Page 22? 1. .rf ' -f. f , f' ,. J., 4-.f- f ff--. f , .. .F sv, g --.- V' -- , - -. , f- - , fe',:f1,5ll3ii ' N' ' ', ,. 5 -M, TAM? T Dr. Edward H. Reisner On Thursday, June 19, 1924, Dr. Edward H. Reisner of Columbia University delivered a most interesting lecture on social democracy. "In this period of our national development we are engaged in an educational quest which centers about democracy," said Dr. Reisner. He discussed three conceptions of the term democracy: first, democracy in the political or govern- mental senseg second, democracy as it functions in the social organizationsg and third, which he used as a text, democracy as a social ideal. Dr. Reisner gave some pointed illustrations of the industrial, social, and re- ligious differences within the nation that are dangerous, and he discussed the sympathetic attitude necessary to approach a solution of the problems. Lifarlbi L A, VVhen Professor Anderson saw, for the first time the large tcnt northeast of the Manual Arts building he exclaimed L Arbi possibly he said that be cause theie were no Ringling Bros or Barnum and Bailey signs on it But that guess was wrong, for according to some of the wiseacres L Arbi suggested a retreat or shelter for women The wise ones were probably right Evidence tended to prove their con tention, because there was a little sign For Women Only Further evidence was furnished by the groups of women students gathered about rough board tables, who were seriously peiusmg and studying their books It seemed that it was an ideal place for study The noise of the work on the new Administration Building was not heaid bystanders were few and far between The trees kept the noon dav sun from the tent top 1 fountain was near and the Library Building was not far away Here was every inducement to study L Arbi was just a b1g brown tent used as a place for study Page 228 l i I . . i y A 7 . D . ' . - ' ' ' INK Y ' 1 Y . . Y ' . ' Y V ' ' 1 71 V ' , - V - 1 C u A ' . 4. Q . ' . ' - 4 ' , c . I I Y ' Y Y ' ' s l . . 'H Educational Program of America V Address by DR. TCIMBALL The assembly program of Monday, july 7, 1924, was begun with a group of vocal solos by Mrs. Bullard of Dallas, Texasg her numbers were "Called Away," "Home," and "The End of the Road." After she had responded cleverly toua persistent call for an encore, Dr. Kimball began to speak. "I shall speak to you," said Dr. Kimball, "Of things that are very familiar to you all." UVithout further preliminaries, he talked about the American elementary public schools, "The Ark of the Covenant" of the American nation. In the words of the speaker, the elementary school "Is the most efficient tool of the state to-day, it is the most economical, the most relied upon and one of the most beloved institutions in the life of the country." V The high school represents the second phase of the American educational program. Dr. Kimball remarked, Hlt is the key to equality of opportunity for the American youth. To those that have the vision and the desire, the American high school offers equality of opportunity." The third phase of the American educational program is represented by the colleges and the universities of the nation. "The state-supported college is just as essential to the life of the democracy of these United States as is the public high school because it trains leaders " said Dr Kimball The work of teachers colleges and of other colleges teaching education is peculiar according to the opinion of Dr Knnball The primary function of such schools is not only to see that the people prepared to teach arc mentally bright enough to teach but that they are physically and moi ally fit loi the responsibilities of this profession In the opinion of Dr Knnball the public school is the keystone of the Amer ican educational program It should be the aim of our public schools to serve 'ill of the children of all of the people The teachers should 'um to reach 'ill pupils and reach them effectively Trinity University Quartet On Friday July 'Po 1924 the Trinity University Male Quartet rendered a vciy popular and pleasing p1 ogram before 'tn audlencc. of some 2 500 people in the Teachers College Stadium james H Herring, basso L H Smith second tenor George H Newton baritone and Fred G Meyers first tenor composed this organiration Their voices each of excellent timbie and quality blended in splendid harmony Their numbers were given with a freshness and vivacity that gained a spontaneous response from thc audience The program consisted of well selected quartet numbers balanced by humor ous and clever musical bits dramatic skits vocal solos and trombone and saxo phone duets I age 229 r , , . c . . . . y . H . . V 1 . '- . . , c c ' c c " ' f l ' , ' C . 1 . . i H i . . C 1 Q . c . ' r c I C ' i Q ' 77 I 0 0 0 D G. v - J, V . . . . C C 1 W h n C . - C A Y . I , . . . . c . . , . . , ' 5 - Y 3 ' 1 4 u r l , I 1 ! ' Y 4 " J HI, ,,, A ., 1 , .- -ff, H, i ,. , ,, ,,., . .,,i 1 'fr rc, rr ' '- W" 1" ' " 1-lj! U sz"--6,93-1-hr1eSfv"'i H4514-'if' 2' H 2 i I" ' f . T Mary Arden Rose Carnival T 4 f T t 4' . N 5- X 7 . , if f ff Q A 3 . Lf 2 Q4 NB. 2-1 s 3 As advertised, the Mary Arden Rose Carnival vvas literally surrounded by E I ice cream and lemonade. The Marys wore clever little aprons that added much .u A 1, A to their appearance and to the carnival spirit. gh , The ice cream stand was the first and last place visited by most of those 5 attending the Carnival. There, Zula Duke, Doyle Murphy, Elizabeth Mallow, 4, 1 Frances Lee Ode-n, and Gladys Massey sold delicious ice cream cones. N Lf After buying ice cream, the visitors went down through the middle of the "big-top" of the Carnival. There they found all kinds of shows and stunts for ,Q their amusement. ' i T f No Carnival is complete Without pink lemonade. The Mary Ardens, Helen Bowers, Lorena Prunty, Maurine Brown, Hattie Paxton, Willie Barnett, 16 f and Mary Richards, had a special brand of pale pink lemonade to dispense. 1 With stunts and side-shows, ice cream and pink lemonade, the Rose Carnival s 5, proved a partial success. But what made the success complete was the spirit rg 'f of all the Marys that had a part in the carnival. ' Q A Roy alll B, f' Thursday, August 7, 1924, Roy Wall, baritone, a member of the faculty of Uni- i P versity of Nebraska school of Music, gave avery delightful program at the stadium. , 91 Mr. Wall's voice was smooth and pleasing, with exceptional tone qualities. 1 He commanded a dramatic fervor that added much to the effectiveness of the , -,V program. 'Q 94 A large audience of students, faculty and townspeople enjoyed the program. , 1 Miss Gladys Kelso of the college served as his accompanist. , gi Y ' Page 230 ' ll ' Q A I K ' i ' gfQaf3fUf,q!id-f-L,u53w+,.2n f-51511 Ng 1,-H1491 '9 ---N 1, .,, -.sz X X N -X f ' A 1. .g .'-" ' f 2 " - 'I '-.1-5'-1 1' , , . . . , A c , . . H . . 1 I C . ,, - . . ' c - 1 1 1 . . H . c ' - 11 , c . ' c . c . . H - . . 1 ' 1 C . . C . A ' nz c . c , C x A C , C J X H 1 11 L 1 .1 1 1 u 1 1 --,v-Q 1-faffre pe.-Q f-'-svsce'-sfs Wltfglim-lla Address of Dr. Horn On August 11 1924 D1 P VV Horn President 1 of Texas Technological College spoke on the in- teresting subiect New Education for Social Efli- 1 C1C1'lCy After Piesident Marquis had given him. a brief introduction, the Texas Tech head plunged 1nto his subJect According to Dr Horn education of twenty years ago was individualistic preparing the indi- - vidual to l1ve his own life by himself alone and apart from the world But this theory conflicts with the present tendency Now a days is realized 1 the Biblical truth that No man liveth unto him- self and no man dieth unto himself After making an explanation of socialized education Dr Horn said It is evident that we cannot change our philosophy of education without effecting the same change ln our system and puipose in training public, school teachers." Then Dr Horn ielated the stoiy of three men that were working ona mag- nificent cathedral Each was asked Wliat are you doing?" One replied that he was wo1 king fo1 a dollar an hour another said that he was cutting a stone to fit an exact place' the third answered that he was helpingto build a magnificent cathedral. Dr. Horn continued The attitude of each of the three represents a justifiable division of our educational program-the economic side specialization and socialized organization. , According to Dr. Horn the combination of the ideas of each man is the pro- duction of a good citizen. The demand for a citizen leaving the proper atti- tudes toward the economic the specialization and the socialized organization sides of life has been reflected in the new method of training teachers. We seek to teach people how to live to get along together to make good citizens said the speak- er. Then first of all we know that a teacher must bea person who canlive with people, can get along with them and is a good citizen himself. This means that the new teacher must meet rigid requirements. He should be physically health- ful. He should not be immoral selfish contentious. He should not be vacillat- ing- he should be able to meet issues squarely in an honest clean-cut way. In conclusion Dr. Horn stated that our education and training should and would be based on two principless. Cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy' it is the only dictator that free men acknowledge and the only security that free men desire' and Righteousness exalteth a nation' but sin is a reproach to any people. Page 231' - 9 R in yi 1321 .V 9 .f W, x. .UI X 74 x .M 'vi -2 f .S 6' si i4 C l 1 C 1 A C AN C , C , J 11 'qx YY c , K as Y! zz L, Q z Y Y i Y! C Y I 5, , . I H l ' f y L YY H 1 C 1 X Y! 'Q C XX Qi! , W f Y- ri 1 S"N'1'l 1 if-1 - - ff-ff' -1 rf-' 1:-s...Q-V ,Arid-,fix -nys, ,nt,..v'- 011-g.5-s'-sp-f ig-ff-Q-Vbi fvxlvsg fb ' NAa,,f'3f,,,,agQ-wsf? x B5-' r'-.: K J . 9 0 '-'C A . 1 i 1 1 C 7 ' . . - I . . . Y 1 , 4 - 1 c . . ' - 2 l u 1 u a a 4 7 . . . ,. A Harris S Co Orchestra On Saturday August 16 the student body faculty members, and ton ns people enjoyed an interesting concert given by the A Harris 8, Company s Em ployees Syn phony Orchestra The costuming of the Orchestra and the maintenance of the expenses are taken care of by the store The comp my has proved that music in industry is a success The O1Cl'1CSlII'H never charges for its sei vices and is permitted to give concerts only for worthy causes and public institutions. ll. Frank Norlllleet On Thursday, August 7, 1924, the students and faculty members were pleased with an unusual address by J. Frank Norfieet. Mr. Norlieet, an old- time ranchman of Hale Center, Texas, related some of the incidents of his 30,000- mile chase for five swindlers who robbed him of 345,000 by the operation of fake stock exchange and land purchase scheme. VVith the grit ofaVVest Texas cowpuncher, "armed with a deputy sheriff's commission and a full 45," Mr. Norfleet started after the swindlers. He chased them over all parts of the United States and into' foreign countries. Incidentally, Mr. Norfleet captured sixty-five other crooks and swindlers while getting his five men. He has risen to the rank of one of the best detectives in the United States. 1 ' After much persuasion, Mr. Norfleet published an account of his adventures and went to the lecture platform in order that he might regain a part of the 317,000 spent on his manhunt and to warn others of the many swindlers in the United States. Perhaps no other man in the United States has ever encountered such a task with such great results. It takes a brave man to capture a criminal and then turn him over to the courts to avenge his wrongs. Page 232 Q1s,.44x,Qf QsQe5N,SQ'lq.C rfifqa-qv X47 'Eh' 64,4 'B 5 H-,r-pb-'Y'-a. Vvv ,:u.wY"'mM-me-yq El' 'Egll A11 r1..fd.f,,,...-q,v,.rip.-exe-eg-X S1 8 Q. 1 1 1 1 1 Annual College lll:llf'0llllC Q Y- lvllm I 63 Q DEAN r....,1, O I xg 1111111311 l bww' ll 11111 'X sw ,P l Kg- K lx,-'Xi JR PRO ANDERSON XX LEADS .s me YLLPJ 111 111 Nl WEDNESDAY evenmg October frrst the student body and faculty met 111 the Harr1ss gymnas1un1 to celebrate the annual College frol1c And such a t1me as they had' P1ofesso1 Anderson must have been the feature of the even1ng at least he uas the center of attract1on 111 an old tune Slflglllg after wh1ch all rushed off to dncferent corners of the bu1ld1ng to be served punch And the g1rls had not met half enough sl1e1ks the boys not half enough pretty g1rls when lt was t1me to depart Th1s occas1on w1ll long be remembered by the College Denton County lFa111r It happened that 1n l,l'11S yea1 the North Texas State Teachers College was blessed w1th the Denton County Talr connng to 1tS door and lcnockmg fO1 ad mlttance She was adm1tted and my how the students d1d revel 1n fun' There were some Hve or sm hundred students who v1ewed and took part 1n the act1v1t1es Some were 111 the style show others watched Some entered the rodeo others rode the merry go round On Fr1day evenmg Hallowe en 1evelry held sway Many were so cleverly dressed that they could not be recognwed The students dressed 1n all sorts of spoolnsh garbs engaged 111 1evel1y wh1le the elderly unmasked ton nspeople stood by and watched The Teachers College was 1oyally entertamed and at the same tune was benehted eclucauonally Thanks to Denton' Teachers College Faculty and Students V11s11t lFa11r On Saturday October 18 1924 some e1ght hundred students and faculty members boarded a speclal tram and pulled out for the Dallas Falr Thxrteen coaches were crowded wrth the Jolly merry makers Groups passed hom coach to coach Slllglllg' college songs and g1v1ng 'peppy" yells each student wore an 1ns1gn1a bear1ng the letters N T S T C Page 233 I 1 1 , 1 1 1 T 1 ' 1 A A V A N t Q Y Q - Va -BSE an t J 4 p i Y! 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I . , . 1 . . . I . - Y 19 25 U' -.id - REQ -me f'f"i'5?""hs.aVr9vXH-11 ilal g mlls 'J ariffief-args..-1-ife'..-'gels-qslewvxq r ' U ' , , . 7 . C Y . - ' V - C .1 1 ' 1 . , ,I I Q ll ' C 1 .. .. ' - Y ' A I- I T ll YI l I 1 Y ! Y Time passed rapidly and in what seemed a very short time the train had arrived in Dallas Soon the fair ground was dotted with students Wearing the green and vshite All seemed possessed with a spirit of adventure for all the pleasures and sights vi ere soon theirs Lunch came all too sudden for some of them and the lunch rooms and dining halls wx ere invaded and all ate ravenously. They had the spirit of N. T. S. T. C. that never dies Lunch over the students strolled in all directions more slowly than before. Some were lucky enough to get to see the Methodist Mustangs defeat the Texas Longhorns while others merely explored further. Along in the afternoon word began to be spread that the Teachers College students were to assemble in front of the Exhibit Hall at 3 0 clock. Some two hundied and fifty assembled there at the appointed time and they were led in peppy yells and college songs As night approached many had grown weary and began to think about catching the special train for Denton This they did' all declared the day the most enjoyable they had ever spent Emblem is Copyrighted North 'lexas State Teachers College climbed up another round in the ladder of fame when Uncle Sam proved to be Right Behind the Eagles along with the entire faculty and student body The proof of thisis in a three-by-live inch card filed in the Office of President Marquis The card is a certificate of registration for a copyright of the Eagle emblem that was adopted by the college last year. In the future class and college rings pins etc. which use an Eagle as part of the designs will use the officially copyrighted Eagle. But wherever he may appear or whatever place he may occupy henceforth the Teachers College Eagle will be not only protected by the student body faculty and throngs of ev:-students far and wide but also by the minions of Uncle Sam. College lpostoflfiice One of the dreams of the Administrative officers of our college was to see a new postofhce in operation and on Wednesday morning November 19 Uncle Sam descended a flight of steps on the east side of the Library Building and swung 'wide a couple of doors. The dream actually had become a reality. The college is indeed fortunate in securing such a postoffice. y Board of Regents Visits College The feature of affairs at the college on Thursday November 20 1924 was the annual visit of the entire membership of the Board of Regents. The visit was made for the purpose of inspecting and accepting the new administration building. The members of the board were about to be introduced when a sudden applause occurred throughout the audience. It was our own Dr. Bruce who had returned to us from a prolonged visit in Alabama. It was his first time to appear in the new auditorium which he labored and toiled for so long. ' Another interesting feature of the assembly program was the introduction Page 234 7' : C C 1 K l 4 x C 7 1 C 1 1 7 C C P' Y 1 1 C Y 7 v s-Av 19 25 1' , as A ' of Miss Ruth Cross, author of "The Golden Cocoon." Miss Cross is a Texas ' . girl and has won much fame as a writer since the publication of 'The Golden - ' ,aj Cocoon." p '- rr , A 4,5 Dr. Arthur Dean On Monday evening November 26, 1924, Dr. al Arthur Dean of Columbia University addressed the 5' . ' Faculty and student body on "The Seven Ages of the . ! . , . , Education of Man. ' He emphasized the different types of education, '- A showing that there was correlation between cultural T and vocational education. By diagrams, he illustrated r the seven ages of man, showing that the so-called vocational education comes with early maturity .1 ,V when the young man was interested in obtaining a ' ,- at positiong and that the cultural element, which is an ': ti extension of the vocational process, comes in the , 5 later part of man's life. X 'Y ll It was a most interesting and complete lecture , Q and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present. 1 ' ff X f gg N - N ' Q T I Dr. Arthur Coggeshall f rg i Arthur S. Coggeshall, Director of Education, Carnegie Museum, visualized to the student body the great prehistoric brutes and reptiles that roamed the 'N A earth some six million years ago. Mr. Coggeshall showed with motion pictures . gg the interesting work of excavation in expeditions covering a period of more than i twenty years. He gave an interesting lecture on "Hunting Big Game in the Y ,N , as Q j p X Rocks. fr , . 'JN 1. Christrnas pantomime 'T ' 4 9- An audience of about 2,000 persons greeted the Christmas pantomime and A concert presented at the college Wediiesday evening, December 10, by students N of the Reading Department and the Girls' Glee Club. , The costuming, stage setting, lighting effects, and excellent acting of the V- it characters in the scenes of the antomime, accom anied by harmonious clear q , p p , , ,A and well modulated choruses from the Glee Club, created effective and graceful -Bt presentation of the Christmas Story. It furnished an evening of pleasurable enter- l r taimnent and served as a fitting program for ushering in the spirit of the season. 4 The divisions of the program were the Annunciation, the Angels and Shep- ' , L94 herds, the VVise Men, and the scene in the manger. . W i The cast for the pantomime included Irma Wallace as Maryg Ellen McClure K B95 as the angel Gabriel, Agnes Leucke, Norma Forsythe, Walcl1'ene Maxwell, Edith T ,gig Klinglesmith, Vera Beene, and Louis Ricketts as herald angels in chorusg I. p R, B. Boynton, Ernest Massey, and Durward Brooks as Shepherdsg Calvin jones fd' A ap and Martin Stephens as the VVise men: Frank Delan as josephg and Miss Ruby C ' Walker, director, as reader. A ' il . - ' at 31, ' Page 235 V P ii. . ., . . . . . 19 25 g o fyvru X,-or ,qu I I I gs I' -mf Z E N x. 5 'Tb 1. Qx 53 lp ls z 87 lpipeetlrgan Recital N the afternoon and evening of January 27, 1925, Dr. I-Ieinroth of the Carnegie Institute dedicated the most versatile of music instruments, theipipe organ, by searching out its greatest capaci- ties. Dr. I-Ieinroth appeared before some three or four thousand people in these two organ recitals. He has been ofhcial organist and director of music at Carnegie Institute for eighteen years. I-Ie ranks foremost among American Organist. Mr. Heinroth's programs were carefully selected, and gave prominence to the various qualities of musical appeal. The entire audience was under the sway of the organist from the beginning to the final number. I-Ie presented the peculiar appeal of each of the widely differing numbers with greatest effect, and generously responded to calls by playing four extra ,numbers during the evening. In point of emotional power, perhaps the high light of the recital appeared in the rendition of a symphonic poem "I-Tinlandis " bv jean Sibelius, while exhibi- tion of perfect technique appeared most prominently in two numbers Toccata in F bv Widor and the Fugue in D Major bv Bach The p1 ogiams were thoroughlv enjoyed by everyone 'incl the College looks form aid to his return Madame 'Van der Veer Madame Nevada Van dei Veer contralto concert soloist delighted an audience of students faculty members and townspeople with a program of attractive and melodious songs on Tuesday evening February 241 She sang five groups of songs the last two of which were composed of art songs by modern American composers Miss Inez I-Iudgins played the 'rccompani ments 1n a very pleasing manner and varied the program with a group of solos which included the popular Country Gardens by Percy Grainger The concert was given as the third number of the fine arts course at the College for the season Page 236 1 1 . 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Q Favorites The nomination of Favoiites for the annual was a serious disappointing Beauty parlors vs ere crowded to their capacity the dav before and the morn mg previous to the date set for the nominations It was 1 sad moment when the house xi as called to order and it vi as announced that it was necessary for the pipe organist to have the auditorium m order to get ready for the conceit that night With bright faces saddened the audience passed from the auditoiium On the following Monday the enthusiastic crovxd assembled again to nom mate their loves In his own peculiar manner Mr Anderson conducted the nom inations Although some were again disappointed everyone enloyed the amuse ment furnished by Mr Anderson The following is '1 list of those nominated Best All around Man John Neal Ivan Oliver Charles CChocD Sportsman Mauiice McCrary and Wallace E Davis Most Attractive Woinan Wiiinie Douglas, Olivia Perryman Marie Has s 'Welta Angel Ona Raney and Edith Klmglesmith Most Original Man Elmore CDocj Hayes Lee McCollam Estes Har graves Samuel Davis James Albert QFatsD Simmons John Ashburn and Hollis Maness. Most Individual Wonianz I ouise Smith, Imogene Hampton Alma Pollock Irma Kilgore Lillian Keith, Lois Campbell and Nona Benson. Most Popular Man: Mark Hamilton, R. A. QTommy Tompkins, I. B. Griffith, Leland I-Iardegree, Calvin jones, Willis Floyd, and Arvy Ligon. Most Representative Wonian: Erminee Favor, Madge Kent, Maude Larramore, Hightower Twins CRae and Faej, Georgie Lewis, Agnes Luecke, jean Mitchell. A A Reagans Entertain C. L. C. On Friday evening, February 6, the Current Literature Club met at their regular meeting-place, there to find their brother society, The Reagans, meeting also. This being extraordinarily unusual, the girls were duly excited and thrilled. 'The boys wanted to entertain every girl at the same time, so it necessitated the drawing of lots to select partners for the evening. The Reagans entertained with an unusually interesting program, and after- wards each man asked his girl-elect to accompany him to the cafeteria, where all were royally entertained with all kinds of eats. Page 237 , , ' ,Y A 1' .rf FQ :rr-Y ir f yi' i iv , ra. ,y- ,af .is .-', as ew t D . . -. I . Y . . . I, and to some fair dames a costly affair. 7 ' ' I C . - - I 'L . .V ' I - , - . . 7 . G . C . . .1 . y ' 1 - 1 - y ' ' . . C . . Z D . ' 5 1 ' 1 v I , a 1 - . z . . . . , . dy , A ! ! ' - l i : 1 1 1 ' I 1 I V ! 1 C -' A 1 1 1 C 1 if .. ...fs-v 'U Q Q B A , .J . junior Forum in Chapell , f The Juniors of the Young Woman's Forum entertained in chapel on the F. morning of Friday, February 6. A The program was in keeping with Good-English .V g H Week. The Junior representatives and those who directed the program were: Gladys Newman, Welta Angel, Golden Fry, and Inez Edwards Ray. 45 ii Mr. Metzenthin played the processional as the Forum Officers and junior if gf girls marched down the aisle. Celeste Anne Turpin, President of the Forum, ' stood on the stage between two Junior girls, who carried silver torches. Miss W Q Turpin read a correction of the constitution of the Forum and it was unanimously X . 2, adopted. i X The. Juniors then presented Mary Lou McCauley, Welta Angel, Nona Ts, Benson, Louise Stout and Golden Fry in a one-act play, called Hjazzing It In English." This, in its clever way, brought out the present-day high-society life is and the demoralization of our English language by slang. 2, Mr. Looney then spoke on Good English. He explained several kinds of slang and pointed the way to rid the English language of such errors. ,qi fax The program closed with the recessional, played on the organ by Mr. 1 M etzenthin. it i ft A , we '- Kid Party 1 For once during the year the College reverted into a Kindergarten and on id F the evening of February 7 the little boys and girls were seen hastening to the f l . Harriss Gymnasium. The occasion was the Annual Kid Party, which this year celebrated the dedication of the Harriss Gym. The party has been an annual - ' affair for several years, taking place in the fall term, but it was changed last year is 4 to the first Saturday Night in February. This date has now become a custom it ey and the parties are now commemorative of the naming of the Gym and of the , "f Veteran Coach and head of the department, Miss Beulah Harriss. f if A short program and several dances led up to the introduction of "Dad" i 54 Marquis, who made talk, and, representing the majors, presented to Miss Harriss QQ i A an enormous cake, some two feet and a half in length and an exact replica of the fi 'u Gym. The remainder of the program was devoted to dancing. All too soon, A 61 the little Kids had to go home. T6 L , Senior Week gd 5' Senior Week opened in full swing on Monday, February 9, with asunrise breakfast given them by the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. jointly at Christal , Park. There the class feasted as the sun rose. Departing for classes came all 1 A too soon. ,. Q, Assemlblly Program The assembly programs for the entire week were given over to the Seniors. iqf I At Mondayis assembly the Seniors appeared from the rear of the auditorium, 5 K , accompanied by a Freshman brother or sister. The processional was led by Pres- Q! Page 238 .rl f ' 19 25 ' H HI 4,1-ob-v'vK avr-fa vwkff rss. Br W of-af ...fwfr Q.-.1 2'-sv vw of the Class The numbers on the program were short talk by M1 Marquis quartet composed of Messers King Ham1lton Floyd and Griffith organ solo bv Mr Metrenthln reading of the class roll by Mr Medders The last 'md most impressive occasion of the hour took place when President Perryman of the class accompanied by President Boyd of the Freshman Class retired to the em brasuie of the Gothic window whe1e he presented the lighted torch of learning tothe Freshman President charging him and his classmates to uphold the stand ards and traditions of the college throughout their college life Following the program the Seniors proceeded to the Ideal Cafeterra where thev enjoyed 1 delightful luncheon Senror Freshman Party On Monday evening the Seniors gave 1 party for the entire Freshman class A number of games stunts tricks etc were enjoyed After the party the Sen1ors were lead to the Mary Arden Lodge where they enjoyed two hours of bunco Perryman proved that he could play bunco 'ts well as basketball by winning the greatest number of games Deans Receptron On Tuesday evening the Deans Recept1on was given at the Mary Arden Lodge. Each member of the class met the Deans and other members of the faculty personally. Class work for the next day was forgotten and the evening was an enjoyable one for the Seniors and faculty members. Senior Show On VVednesday evening the Seniors sponsored a picture, "A Girl of the Limberlostf' A clever vaudeville was enjoyed after the show, featuring songsters, dancers, man -sided "Har raves," And Gum , facult members, and fire eaters. Y g After the vaudeville, the Seniors proceeded to the Harriss Gymnasium, where they enjoyed an informal dance. Senior Pageant An impressive pageant, entitled "Follow the Gleam," was presented in as- sembly on Friday by the Senior Class. This pageant was written and arranged by Messrs. George Medders and Mark Hamilton. ' An allegorical scene of college life was presented by the combination of an appropriate setting, striking costumes and beautiful words blended with a suitable musical accompaniment played by Miss Ruby Smith. Page 239 , -A ca- - ., V mf. il if-'ic sw' c .xii-161 . X x X r ident Marquis, honorary member of the Senior Class, and Mr. Medders, sponsor " - ' - : '. ' g C , 'J ' y 1 1 V . ' . l c . c . Y , . . . c 1 I . . . n . - Y . . 1 4 . F H ,, ! . , . , , , I . . , . , A . ' - g I , H c I A . c " ' I c c , I c c . j 1 ' 1 l 7 'Q ' ' . ' V y ' Y at H . C C V , I I - u ., . . , . . QJQKQF i,-Qi lu C A 1' . . Y. ni, . - . . ' w . . ' D 'l C ii 'f , 1 V' . Aa - . V. ' . 3 ,g T was played by Miss Louise Gay. ll . 1 Ns ' Y ' fyi . . . . - :Y . , c lil .X ' ' 1 ' A 4 9? ' , u 1 Il ' ' . F . li 4 , ' C i I ' , EQ . . it ' c mei, ' ' ' . ' . . f rr Q vii , . xr ,ff fr 'rf 1 '7'i5 fi' Al Lrlxf, SQL. .,.LTL' . ,1.L'..,,YY , '..1, , l' "' .Q - 'L - 1 .' it I . Senior Banquet Q T 4 A three-course dinner was served at the Ideal Cafeteria on Friday evening. 'V B The enjoyment of the occasion was enhanced under -the leadership of Mark ii! Hamilton as toastmaster. Dr. Bruce, as honorary member, accompanied the ' X . t X class to Dallas to attend the Circle Theater. sf- , V , Theater Trip to Dallas T X The grand climax for the week came about when the class journeyed to Dallas A F 3 ,J for a theater party at the Circle Theater. L Dnllcy if FN lr .3 Dulcy was presented Thursday, February 12, by the Lillie Bruce Dramatic Q Club to a large 'ind enthusiastic audience. The difficult part of Dulcy, a well y'Q meaning but blundermg young wife, was done in finished and understanding E3 manner by Miss Lucille Ainswoith. The bubbling and persistent enthusiasm of Dulcy was kept at high ebb throughout the play. Miss Ainsworth's captivat- ing portrayal of Dulcv s innocent and always misdirected enthusiasm Won the if instant and affectionate approval of the audience. f Gordon Smith the husband of Dulcy, was well done by T. P. White. He was J ei utterly helpless before the meddlesome enthusiasm of his wife. The part of Mrs Forbes the shallow and impressionable society woman Mis Forbes husband C Roger Forbes, a bristling, irritable and absolutely f frigid business man was admirably done by A. F. Ligon. Angie Fleming in the part of the young debutante daughter of the Forbes f was well cast 3 Henry Williams played the part of Tom Sterrett, Angelina's jilted lover and Forbes secretary , 1 The role of the victorious lover and brother of Dulcy was taken by Basil 'ir. 'A London Sam Davis was the conceited "scenarist," while Jack Gale successfully " played the part of Schuyler Van Dyke. . The entlre play vias a very effective and artistic presentation. 'xx XT Dr. Lyman T Dr Lyman of the English department of the University of Chicago lectured L to a large audience in the auditorium on Wednesday, February 11, 1925. His lecture was accompanied bv a motion picture of the university. It represented f ' 'in alumnus of the college on a return trip through the university as his first asv visit back since graduation Mr Lyman desired that we notice especially the .N ,Q t My V-asa. sf-..-'we-Les--I 1925911 N 'E -4 f .9 Yi ta la FQ 5- i Cecil Butler made 'in unusually good portrayal of Henry, the butler. l l 3, l r LQ, tx f' 'Qu Page 240 ll X . . ,R 9. 1 bf .Br f ai. Fi C Q ' ! ' ll - , . l C l . - 19 25 'Q Girls Club House The University Chapel which is not completed and the uniform type of architecture throughout the buildings of the campus. W also had the privilege of seeing the football squad and a part of one football game. The picture show was followed by a brief and intensively interesting lecture. Dr. Lyman discussed the value of outside activities and the social amenities while one had an opportunity. He said that we can adjust ourselves in such a way that hne things will become a part of us. 'Skill enables us to render a service that is important not only to ourselves but to other people. A successful man or woman is one who has become proficient by making the finer things a part of himself. A man may expose himself to fine and cultured things but if he is not the kind of man who makes the higher things a part of himself he will not be- come proficient. Dr. Lyman contrasted the successful woman and the woman who was a failure. The successful woman he said was one who worked for the good of her family and was contented and happy in her home while the unsuc- cessful woman was one who had luxuries no specific interest in her home and who could not fit herself to anything. Martha Washington Party The Annual Martha Washington Party of the Current Literature Club was held at the home of Miss VVilson Saturday evening February 21 with the young men of the Reagan Literary Society as guests. The home was beautifully dec- orated with patriotic colors Hags, candles flowers and pot plants The girls xx ore daintv colonial costumes which helped to create an appropriate atmosphere for the delightful occasion The guests were entertained with progressive conversation and colonial contests Miss Mina Cross and Estes Hargiave were elected to deliver a long and very elaborate speech Delicious refreshments of cherry pie a la inode with little hatchet favors were served Then the guests gathered around the piano and sang old familiar melodies with Miss Leffel playing the accompaniment and Calvin Jones leading Marriage of Figaro One of the most artistic productions and delightful performances ever pre sented at the college was the presentation of Mozart s Opera Comique The Marriage of Figaro by the Hinshaw Opera Company A large part of the success was due to the striking costumes and colorful settings The costumes were fresh and very charming The most beautiful and attractive scene was the last a garden scene The color scheme and lighting effects combined to make a beautiful scene The performance of the entire cast was so perfect that it is difficult to men tion any particular individual for special mention The Countess was ably played by Clint Hines Her soprano aria in the garden scene was one of the charming spots of evening The performance of Alfredi Valenti Ralph Bran Page 241 3 Z1 1 C C if X E C i , !b C Y 3 11 C : 1 A 1 5 v 1 4X . ! Us 1 I V 3 . . 16 . . ,.,, K . . rw ,, L Q , QPPDSWF V1 s- Y : ' s-if-exe Y ! 1 , . 1 D 7 - ' . .X ' , A 7 inerd Don Basilio and Don Curzio brought much laughter and added comedy to the action The size of the orchestia seemed no impediment to effective accompaniment. The chamber of seven pieces presented as interesting and varied effects and quite as much volume as the most exacting and dramatic choruses. The entn e performance vs as enjoyed in every part from the expectant moment when the orchestra struck the opening bars of the enchanting, Mozartian over- ture to the last lingering note when the curtain dropped down over the garden scene of blue moonlight Artists inn Recital An engaging and thoroughly pleasing concert was given at the Teachers College Auditorium Friday evening February 20 by Reuben Davies, Texas pianist who appeared in Joint recital with Caroline Powers Thomas, violinist. Mr Davies thoroughly demonstrated his ability to interpret and execute conventional numbers Miss Thomas groups presented an interesting variety, all well within the field of approved violin literature, and the various numbers were pleasingly executed Rhondda Welsh Chorus On the evening of February 27 the college was favored with the Rhondda Welsh Male Chorus The Chorus vias a very harmonious ensemble of voices and was very responsive to the direction of Director Tom Morgan. The program was balanced between Chorus numbers solos and duets. The Chorus numbers offered a wide range of expression from the militant dash of the Soldiers Chorus to the soft soothing strains of Brahm s Lullaby. All the numbers rendered were received by the audience with insistent de- mands for cncores which the artists usually granted. The soloists were uni- formly pleasing. The program closed with the Welsla National Anthem Land of my Fathers and one stanza of America with the audience joining. lphidellah Rice A On Thursday evening February 26 Phidelah Rice well-known reader of plays gave an interesting interpretation of Shakespeares Hamlet. Mr. Rice s interpretation of this play is the result of years of contemplation and intelligent effort. A The outstanding feature of the reading was Mr. Rice s depth of understand- ing of the various characters of the play. These characters he portrayed with vividness and freedom resulting in an illusion that would compare with any stage presentation in clearness and definite technique. Mrs. Elizabeth Pooler Rice' who share honors with her husband Phidelah Rice made her first appearance in Texas when she gave the historical romance I Page 24.. at fi .x 4, V s as K X 95 'X 1 4 .4 at an K 1 J C C 1 x I A' 1 Y 1 I I 1 I 6 J 1 ,ax f l J , K l 9 7 fcx C K I y ! 7 . . N5 ! 1 ,Y 1 m , A z c I C N rv 1 C 1 f I I 'Q 4 K 7 Y Y Y Q L X -o uf uf I i'2a'r-f-eval--Qveffis rf",-'Q hi.-'34-.ww--' 'Q l 1. . "Friend Hannah," by Paul Kester. This is one of the most delightful programs ever given in the college auditorium. Mrs. Rice is considered to be the best lady reader in America. lfhreshnian Day Activities Freshman day activities at the Teachers College Wednesday I cbruary 25 ended happily with no fatalities The parade which opened the afternoon events represented hu tm ical periods or ex ents in the life of the nation Among them were the Spirlf of 76 Spirit of 49 Battle of Bull Run Spirit of 1920 and the Spirit of 1075 The prize winning group selected by a committee of Denton busme s men as Judges was The Spirit of 7b This group presented a tableau of XX ashmgton C1 oss 1ng the Delaware with P A Scott in the role of the immortal Geoige The athletic events consisted of the sack rolling shoe race and the tug of war In the latter the fish were pulled through a stream of water on Ax enue B Dr ennings Before the introduction of D1 Jennings President Marquis made a few remarks Concerning the su1v1val of the fittest in college work He stressed the fact that in order to succeed vse must struggle and fight Dr Jennings address was restricted to the new scientific things about an old subject The effect of your ideals upon you through college life Habits spring from ideas When an idea becomes a habit 1t vxill work itself when we are on an entirely different subject If we are in the midst of a certain atmosphere it will become a part of us while at the same tmie we are not conscious of the fact It vi e are controlled by organized ideas it is true that organized ideas will become a v1tal part of us When we organize our ideas systematically we have When we grasp the idea of anythmg our mind 1S so directed that we may see and hence our ambltion IS to see and understand the whole of the thing Then when a student comes to college the first thlng to do is to find his ideal if he has one and then keep him in that direction It is almost an unwritten law that when a person lacks an ideal or ambition he will never succeed Dr Jennings said that few of us realize what an ambition is It takes some striking event to make us realize that we do not have an ambitlon When an ambition gets hold of us it transfor ms our personal1ty and deter mines our success or faxluie The last thought of Dr Jennings was that the ideas obtained ln college were the foundations for the things that we do after getting out of College Impressions may seem faint but there will be a time when they will exert then influence They will help us to conquer sltuations that require thought and meaning When we realize that we are up against a serious situation and must do a thing in order to win we will put forth our best efforts use our ideals and with a great ambition go over the top Page 243 I5 X ra . . . . 4 5' . H s ' V X I , ' , ' ' at ' ' . v H 11 ' ' ! y!! If J ,ll il ,Yi il L l V - if . , I-X ll ' ' ! i.1! ' ' I ' I. - , . ' , i . . . D c ' . Q. ' C ,Q H H , I - 75 E , ,gs , ' ' 1' y I ' '- Y l' , . , . v . . . 3, . ,, . . . ,, . . f 2 , ' C F5 an ideal. ' A iag A i ' T . A . . I ' . C I Vx Y ' ' S 6 C C C . . be . ' . C . gg.. . . I .- . C . Y' a l 4 7 .'-I . 1 1 C 1 C N . . . . . as Y I l I ! 1. - ' Q. J ,9'w-IYDQMKQD' 2-4-fi-'-1-Lees-fx' 1la'f+-gebqyste-fel jg-afpvq 1.vg:3,r14..-4-4 'U Y in' in --'EH 4. . .- 1 . Y .. .-,I - ,. .--.--- - , G Lees Entertain Marys One of the most attractive social events during the college year was the re- ception 'honoring the Mary Arden Club, tendered by the Lee Literary Society, held at the Harriss Gymnasium on Saturday evening, March 7. A masque in which the visitors were presented and the formalities of the occasion were celebrated, marked the first division of the evening entertainment, and afterward a grand march and the Virginia Reel, with an orchestra from the student body furnishing the music, ushered in the second and less formal division, furnishing entertainment for the remainder of the evening. Upon opening the masque, the heralds announced to the body of Lees the arrival of the honor guests. This group, escorted by the King with his attendants, 'entered to the strains of the first grand march and proceeded in state to the throne, which was placed on one end of the long hall. Arvy Ligon, president of the Lees, in capacity of King, received the guests in a formal speech, and Miss Mary Lou McCauley, Mary Arden president, as Queen, responded. The Queen's party was honored with the presence of Dean Clark, Mary Arden sponsor, as Grand Duchess. The King placed the entertainment in the hands of Paul Taliaferro, Grand Chancellor, who presented the court musicians, VV. M. Hamilton in a piano solo, and, Philip King in a vocalonumber, and the Court magician, VVillis Floyd. Meanwhile the court Jester Tommy Tompkins amused the assemblage with antics and quips The formalities of this part closed with the drinking of toasts to the honorees after which informal dancing was in order for the iemamder of the evening No Bad Boys Mr Floyd Starr head of Starr Commonwealth of Michigan gave a verv interesting talk 1n chapel of Friday morning March 6 He told of his work 111 one of the unique corporations in the world the function of which is the mak mg of men Mr Starr has established a school or home in Michigan for what are sup posed to be bad boys but he says, There are no bad boys Mr Starr is a very learned and mfiuential man and his talk was very mteiestmg to the entire student body Vocational Teachers Associatren 1' he North Texas Vocational Teachers composed of instructors in Commer cial Arts, Industrial Arts Agricultural and Home Economics met in a general session in the college auditorium February 28 President Marquis extended a welcome to the visitors in behalf of the faculty and students of the college He expressed very forcibly his viewpoint on the amendment of the present certificate laws in Texas In order to safeguard the public the apprenticeship in the teaching business must be stopped The Page 244 L.. A Q, X sf Nd! S , ,, 3. 941 1 1 M, K - 1 u a I . I I I l QI: T93 - v ' - l i 1 , U ' .. - N4 . . , . 1 I . Y 7 . ' T . - I aa, 9 4, u I 44 r . i f Q A i . - 5, , . , . . . C ' l u A rf A f Y V :YT , -iw , nf. .-U , , , . . - 1,,,.,f., , 4 ,,.g--' -N. ,gf-'Af '36 Mg Q, " K J public is going to demand industrial teaching in the public schools, and it must be done by one who knows the essentials of the particular trade which he teaches. President Marquis briefly introduced Dr. Musselman, who made the main address. Dr. Musselman opened his remarks by saying that "The glory of human life consist in the achievements of yesterday." Education is purely for achievements. Enormous amounts of money are wasted in educational purposes because seventy-five per cent of the people are not able to see things in all their relationships. Education organized to design peopleto think is a failure because most people do not respond to the finer things of life. In order to achieve anything in life we must organize, and specialize. Voca- tional education has had to fight its way into the schools. Dr. Musselman char- acterizes vocational education under five headsg namely, vocational discovery, vocational guidance, obtaining all knowledge pertaining to his trade, skill in performing of that particular task, and building correct attitudes toward work. Each section in the Association met separately in the afternoon. ' Fritz Leilber in Ulf-llaniletw The greatest treat of the season came to our college Tuesday night,fMarch 17, 1925, when Fritz Leiber and his company appeared in l'Hamlet" in our audi- torium. Fritz Leiber made a great Hamlet He looked the part he spoke the part and he acted the part The cast as a whole was all that the most exacting cr1t1c could ask for Leiber did not rave but he spoke clearly and enunclated the great solilo quies in the most musical voice Mrs Fritz Leiber as Ophelia played her part splendidly In the mad scene her snatches of song wrung the hearts of her 'tudlence Pauline Crell as the queen mother was very strong Philip Quin as Polonius afforded 1 bit of comic relief while not losing all the dignity of a courtier We were indeed fortunate to secure his company The entertainment was a success in every way Style Show Dame Fashion s latest whims were displayed at the Style Show on Friday evening March 20 1925 'mt the auditorium The Fashion Review w1s the cul mmation of Spring Opening week observed by Denton Merchants Before the Review M1 Metzenthin offered two organ selections and a local orchestra furnished music during the review During intermissions the audience was entertained by a svcophone quartet and by two violin numbers by Mr Homer Richev Page 245 . c ' . , ' . 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I. i '- V 71 ' ri , ' sg , . - l y l lu - - - I A '1 y , C . . . l 7 D , - Estes Park Conference In August of 192-I thcY W C A of the N T S T C sent three delegates to the Annual Conference of the Southvs est and Rocky Mountain Regions held at Estes Park Colorado The delegates were later in arriving for they had missed the special train in Dallas had raced to Ft VVorth had missed it there and had vvuted a night 'md day In spite of this the girls found lodgings easily Thev began adjust ing themselves to stiff necks chapped hands and hps They fitted themselves into the routine of camplife cafeteria lines bath lines lights out at ten rising bell at seven and classes at various hours all of which reminded them not '1 little of boarding house days The conference itself was pronounced to be the best organwed of any ever held there Early in the morning small discussion groups viere held After these was a general assembly This was followed bv meetings of different groups interested in discussing problems such as race international church men and vsomen and ICLHHIICC In the afternoon were Bible study groups led by Bruce Curry After evening meal was another assembly period The whole confer ence was based on Bruce Curry s question Shall we take Jesus seriously? There was a time in the afternoon for hikes over the mountains oi among the great pines for high drives to where the snow nevcr melts for games for sitting on the rustic porch of the Administration building to view mountain sun sets or for reading in the great hall in front of the huge fireplace In the eve ning the girls gathered around this tire for songs or chats Here Texans met Texans, and found new friends from other states. There were some special speakers, such as E. A. Steiner. There were also special events, such as a supper among the pines, with stories and songs around the campfire later, and a vesper on Sunday afternoon out in the open. The delegates, even before they rode away from the camp, felt that those splendid men and women with whom they had worked, the fresh new scenery of the mountains, and the fellowship of kindred minds in those evenings by the Fireside, had been thoroughly inspirational, and that they were, as things of beauty always are, "a joy forever." Atmosphere ' Years of trending toward an end will make anything have an atmosphere of its own, thus it is that certain campuses have an air of their own. There is a stately solemnity about the ancient old walls and grounds of Oxford and Cam- bridge. This same state, though in a lesser, degree, exists about Yale and Harvard buildings and campuses. The tendency to reach an end sets the atmosphere of a place in a marked path. Thus, it isieasy to see to what end an institution desires to attain simply by noticing the air of the surroundings. The air of Cambridge, Oxford, Yale, and Harvard shows that these institutions wish to produce graduates that are Page 246 '19 25 'lf'f-e ww-e--may-fs A-cfs-4-1 V I I II I 9-25' - hgh' 65 I ,I i , ' . . ,Y ,,.I. .. , ex-eyfafvw-pfwn Ffwslvsw-sys . fifli crs-fidvfzwfiff--1avse'v'f'v"P'x Qi, conservative, thoughtful, studious. Westward ho! And the Chicago, the Leland Stanford and the California Universities have a bustle and hustle marking their activities. These institutions want to make graduates that are enthusiastic, industrious Yankee builders and business men. But Texas ho! There is an institution, called a teachers college, that is a puzzle to all if its atmosphere is to be a guide. Several years ago it seemed that this college was about to take on an academic air. But the fates decreed other- wise. The administration building, feeling like an insect about to burst its cocoon, suddenly expanded. This was the beginning of a series of metamorphoses that were like catastrophes of a rising action. Then it was that a special school of architects came to thc rescue, and for a while the college seemed to be a propped- up affair, where students learn to dodge slanting beams and supports' then it was that the front door of the college reminded one of passing into eiccavations of Pompeii or I-Ierculaneum The fates were not satisfied with the architectural atmosphere and the5 moved the state legrslature into deciding that another change must be made Then rt vi as that the institution took unto itself the au of the headquarters of a wrecking concern The rambling clank of falling buck the pick pick of crow bars rn br rck walls the crash of glass broken accidentally, the harsh shrreks of pulled nails, the rasprng of boards drawn one over another, the mumbling jumble of falling walls and the squeakmg of wheelbarrow wheels all these told a story of destruction the old Administration Bruldrng did not leave the campus for on the southern part of the campus the Harrrss Gymnasium came into being a reincarnation of the spirit of the old atmosphere Then the old spirit was further preserved rn the new building for many of the old bricks were used in it But the changes were so radical that the old atmosphere could not survive, an air of newness, of expectancy and of hope came But this air was only a transition rn the progress of time Another atmos phere was in the making Spring and the call to the sod came To satrsfv the longing of some the campus was plowed It seemed thata back to the farm movement had started But this vias onlv another phase of the atmosphere of the college After all rs said and done it may be safclv stated that rf atmosphere rs anv mdrcatron of what a college rs to produce, this rnstrtutron rs to make a versatile man, ready to cope with anv situation New Publications Orifice Ever since the report that the new Administration Building was to have an office for the publications of the college the staffs of the various publications had longed to move to the new quarters The Yucca had its old office on the third Hoof of the Library Building The Campus Chat had one corner in the office, which was known as the Yucca office The Avesta was not troubled for office space, because rt had not been revived since its demise during the war Page 247 xv C C C C Q c c , r - ' ' c 4 . .. I I c i ' V i . l 3 c , ' 7 . II . . . I . .I . I . I . I. I . I . I I .I I I , I. . I I I. II I i A -1 - C - 1 . u . .s . C , . ' . c . . . i ' . . I' ' , ll Y7 s.. n u. C ' - ' . . I I I .I . I . I II I I I . . I C I . C ' .1 C -' Q , , , I H 11 - - ' ' ' H 11 - i ' Sl H , 9-Jw.6v',aQ5s.f'i 1115599 ,5bQ+sfx. 'fo' 1f9,,niQ E. .-fm-f -.2 '2 , In the small office on the third floor of the Library Building everybody felt hs ' crowded. The walls were so close that the "Yucca" staff and the "Campus ' if lx y Chat" staff trod on each other's toes, the air was often blue with incriminations 2 from one side and then the other. Everybody was glad when moving time came, ' it for the publications would have a larger and a better furnished office. In the old quarters there were rare furnishings, rare in the sense that they Q were scarce. There were three desks and possibly one more chair. However, .' there was one other desk that stood in a corner, occupying space and serving for 4 , nothing. To make the old office more home-like, a luxuriant couch and a home- 5' made combination filing and bookcase of boxing plank stood about in their X z simple elegance. One pretty black can was the wastebasket. The three 1 X V usable desks, mentioned above, were a roller-top desk, a typewriter desk, and a '5 large glass-topped deskg these went to the new office, along with a large metal ' f filingcase. Q Like everybody else, the publications moved before their new home was X ' f finished. As a result, the concrete floor cracked, workmen had to dig up about T .7 ,T ten square feet of the fioor and replace it. During this time everything was 3' at topsy-turvy. After the new concrete had hardened, things were put back into l ,, order. 397 Then came new furniture to be.put into place. The equipment was two I wastebaskets of Chinese brown, a typewriter desk, a filing case for cuts, a hall ed tree, not a fantily tree, and a sectional bookcase. These were placed, only to be j ' disturbed when the workmen came to put clown the congoleum on the floor. After that a thick rug was placed on the floor to give an air of luxuriant refine- , ment to the office. For the last time things were arranged and the publications I L of the college had a home at last. fe 1 This account would not be complete unless mention was made of the mirror. , R That furnishing is the pride of the feminine members of the staff, although it, 3 often serves for some fastidious "sheik," who, by the way, is not on the staffs. 5 Q FSL Q, , F5 Dreams and Reallizations Dreams are ethereal, yet they are substantial to the degree that they are A5 . achieved. Yet even dreams unachieved are valuable, for they supply an ideal Q ' if end toward which one may strive. Really valuable are those which, when R 55, achieved, serve to lead on to better things. T l A dream and its realization of the kind mentioned above came to our campus 'N 1 in the years past and in the past year. Why was the coming in the years past and 3' 9- in the past year? The explanation is easy. Our dream, like others, was long in i ' its realization, but the realization, like others, was quick. The dream found its , f 91 strong supporter in Dr. Bruce, who for many years had thought of a magnihcent lj l P auditorium on the ground fioor of a spacious administration building. At times ,af E the dreams seemed far in the future. Nevertheless, Dr. Bruce still strived to RI Ii obtain -the realization of his dreams. Finally in 1923 the Legislature appro- 'Qi ' Page 248 , Wm- V . Y i E VY j 19 25 an rr V priated 2l5300,000 for an administration building, with an auditorium for the Den- ton Teachers College. Construction, or rather destruction, of the old building was begun in the fall. From the ground of the old arose the new, after a year of waiting. The new building was finished in the past yearq thus were the dreams in the years past and the realization in the past year. The new Administration Building is the pride of the college. It is a large building, mostly windows, and is made of reddish purple brick and trimmed in white terra cotta. The second and third floors are given to class rooms. The east and west parts, flanking the northern halves of the auditorium, and the north part of the hrst floor, are given to two reception rooms, one for the women students and one for the women faculty membersg to offices, to a committee room, and to the publication office. The remainder of the Hrst floor is given to the auditorium with fourteen entrances and exits, exceeding Dr. Bruce's dream of "eight entrances and twelve exits." Although the remainder of the building is important, the auditorium is the most important, for classrooms and offices are common enough on the campusg but the auditorium is unique. The new Ad- ministration Building is a monument to the dreams and to their realization of Dr. Bruce and of others. The auditorium is the best part of the realization. Standing anywhere in it, one is impressed by its vastness and its massive simplicity. There is nothing of ornateness, only simple trimmings that are in keeping with the dignity of the vast hall Upon entering at the rear, one notices the many rows of seats as his eyes pass fo1 ward to the large stage with its great arch and its wonderful curtains Wandering down to the middle of the hall one is impressed by the immensity for then he can see the great balcony in the rear, with its picture machine booth high up in the rear The lights are simple but are of the kind that fit into the quiet dignity of the vast auditorium, which is a realization of dreams that will produce other dreams and realizations Besides the many things usually found m a completely equipped auditorium, there 15 ft plpe organ possibly one of the largest in the Southwest In addition to the pipe organ there is one other thing that makes the auditorium useful the acoustical properties 'ire perfect True dreams and their realizations offer more than the dreamer ever dreamed of The auditorium is silent testimony of the value of dreams of thoughtful men QV H Bruce Schollaiship Society In this state there 15 an organization, known as the Texas Scholarship Societies, whose aim is the encouragement of high scholcuship and whose motto 15 Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free This society has a chapter m each of seventeen colleges in Texas Our chapter named in honor of Dr W H Bruce is a charter member The VV H Bruce Scholarship Chapter now has ten graduate members, four senioi and seven junior members Only those students of Junior and senior rank Page 249 I Y . , - - . 4 1 n 1 n C - V . T Q D u X 0 0 x.. C ' U ll ' ' t 4 . ' , I - n u , A n 19 25 M 'f who fall in the ten per cent making the highest grades, are considered for member- f e ship, and of these only those are eligible who have an average of B with a certain fi '. Q number of free A's. Q' B The chapter stands for real scholarship, intellectual honesty, and for a pro- LY e -fessional attitude toward all things. This year the members have written T- , -2: scholarly papers on their major or first minor subjects and have presented these C: on their monthly programs. , 7 Ei, In the early part of April the chapter entertained Dr. H. Y. Benedict of the . State University, who is state secretary of the Scholarship Societies, at a banquet te given in his honor. Dr. Benedict spoke on the "Scales of Measuring the Heavenly A e ff- Bodies." The following morning he spoke in College Assembly on the theme' of l 5 "Scholarship" . . , Mary Arden Cllulb Z' 'The principal work of a literary club centers around its course of study. ff-- This year the Mary Arden Club feels that it has been especially fortunate in ' . regard to the work planned by the program committee. Early in the year the Club bought eight modern novels and has made these the basis of the programs. 'g if Usually a sketch of the author and a review of the story have been given by club ' 53. X1 members, -followed by a criticism of the story by some member of the faculty. if These programs have been supplemented by delightful musical numbers and fi' readings given by guests of the club. sail Wednesclay evenings of each week have been given over to open house in fl Q ij charge of hostesses from the club. 3 In addition to the regular open house on Wednesday evening, the club has 'i ll 'A A sponsoredthe following social calendar: A Get-Acquainted Partyg a reception -5, X4 for Miss Ruth Cross, the famous novelistg a Thanksgiving dance, the annual V Christmas party, complimentary to the football boys and the Lee Society and ,V 'I f ' a Valentine dance. For the spring term, the social committee is planning a series if of Sunday afternoon teas complimentary to the faculty and the various campus organizations. , , At Commencement the Mary Arden Club will have its annual breakfast, and li, l ' during the Summer Session will hold a Carnival and sponsor a banquet. Q In order to meet the annual note due on the Lodge, the Mary Ardens, to- li,' gether with the Lee Society, gave a most attractive picture show and vaudeville Vp f fl on February 18. SQ 'i' The Mary Arden Club is federated with the City Federation, the District i' Federation and the State Federation and expects to send a delegate to the dis- fx ll trict meeting at Waxahacliie in April. Current Literature Cllulb . tl ff' As a usual thing when girls are in College, they do not take time from their studies and various other activities to keep up with what is going on in the ,world A outside of their own small group. 4? Page 250 '.,, t - V- A. NW I rv- f f- - -1 V- .. yr f The Current Literature Club ofthe North Texas State Teachers College .N 1 5' tries to help the girls keep up with these world activities by providing a course of ' study enriched with present-day problems of social and civic importance. It not only provides a study of current events, but also stimulates a study of the mV l . 'Y l 9 best modern literature. , ip The club is not limited in the number of its members. Any girl who. is L anxious to improve her knowledge of present day affairs and standard literature, 1 fl is welcome to' join and help the good Work along. . X 5' ll . . . . . . tl Social affairs are enjoyed from time to time in the club room at Kendall Hall, or in the home of one of the sponsors, Miss Clara Morley, Miss Cora Belle 1 .pl ' Wilson, and Mrs. Jack johnson. The Current Literature Club was organized in 1902, and became a member . v j of the Texas Federation of VVomen's Clubs in 1915. It has always stood for high Q ideals, and loyalty to the college in its every undertaking. Long live the North ,V Texas State Teachers College and the Current Literature Club. W Lee Literary Society 1 Q The motto of the Lee Society, "Nulla Dies Sine Linea," bespeaks its purpose. 56. 1, This group of serious-minded young men have organized for the study of literature gi with emphasis on parliamentary practice and forensics. The Friday evening sg programs consist of debates, declamations, readings, and addresses from visitors. ' ' An attempt has been made, however, with appreciable success, to extend the activities of the club into kindred arts of music, painting, and the drama, thus pf 19' giving the more versatile members of the society a greater range of self-expression. gf A g The society wishes to be of service to the college in furnishing some of the members of the inter-collegiate debating teams, and in being a medium by which the men , 2 of the college who are interested in literary society work may give expression, to , their talents. ' ' 54 - - get - The Reagan Literary Socrety V "2 lla The Reagan Literary Society of 1924-25 has functioned in accordance with , U6 the spirit and the principles of the john H. Reagan Literary Societies of past S5 F years. This fact alone is a high tribute to this year's society, connecting an - enthusiastic, intelligent, working, high-minded group of young men. kd -. 4 1 A But 1924-25 has not seen the Reaganites basking in the sunshine of past p Reagan achievements. Intensified Reagan enthusiasm has created a broader program for this year's work. The underlying basis for the year's activities has 'l 1 , been the thought that we must help ourselves before we can help others. In I 39-4 other words, the members realized that by training themselves they could serve others better. fo, Therefore, because of its opportunities for the active participation of all 5 members, every meeting of the year has served to prepare the young men of the 1 p C- Page 251 'll 11 'i 'fh5f5lfx?9'r9f,4fvf'it .rvsefsrl 19 25 'i'4'F"'mPHQf'f?x4'!51 1? g g H gm. El tlal l society for leadership. The young men have welcomed their opportunities, and have earnestly prepared their share of the program to the best of their ability. In the debating tryout this year a larger group and a more capable group of Reagans contested than ever before in Reagan history. The society is proud that it has been able to furnish a squad of competent, highly effective de- baters to representour college upon the platform. Many enjoyable and profitable evenings have been spent with the Reagan's sister society, the Current Literature Club. We tender friendship and respect to our brother society, the Lees, and we appreciate its members to compete with us in our inter-society debate, and in our inter-society basketball contest. Young Womenls Christian Association The Y. VV. C. A., with the noble purpose to associate young women in a personal loyalty to Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lordg to promote a growth in Christian character and service through spiritual, mental, physical, and social training, has a place on the college campus. During the registration at the beginning of the fall term the Y. W. C. A., with the Y. M. C. A., assisted the new students in finding their way through the lines and about the campus. Help in every possible way was given to make that ordeal of "standing-in-line" less disagreeable. The annual "Get-Acquainted Party" was conducted by the associations in the Harriss Gymnasium. At that time efforts were made to have those who answered This is my first time here to meet each other and get 'icqirunted with those who said Ive been here before Vesper services were held each week on Thursday afternoon in Kendall Hall Among the first held duiing the year was the Recognition Service for the new cabinet members and the new association membeis This beautiful and effective candlelight service was conducted at twilight Some of the a ms and activities of the Christian Associations on a college campus and in international affairs were spoken of at a chapel exercise early in the school year Several members of both the Y W' C A and the Y M C A were introduced at that time to the student body A study class of the negro question met for several weeks during the winter term Delegates were also sent to the Bible study classes of Dr Bruce Curry at S M U for a week end Manv young women are united foi fellowship and for service on this campus th1oughtheY W C A Young Men s Christian Association At the beginning of the fall term the Y M C A was reorganized and has been doing a great work on our campus Through the generosity of Mr Marquis a ioom was furnished Where all young men may assemble and feel at home A Page 252 . H . . . ,, Y l ' - ' H v c c , 17 ,' , ll ' ' - 11 ' i C , f - n 1 fo 1 - n a n ., . . . . , ' . 1 ' . , H t YA Y M ,IYA -I my A, ,Q , I-T, V., ,, 1, "a'f4"rxf'?RE'Vx f - ' afb X gpfspyn-9x79,,, xl 'P'4a'ie4.aqsl.-6'-'ifek-a'i eif.4-aG'v9!F't9ai V fr A hx telephone has been installed and the "Y" has assisted in locating men students ' H' who receive calls from out of town. Stationery is provided free for all, and the M! motto of our organization is "Service To Our Student Body." fd, A Q! 5 AQ We are deeply indebted to the noble services of Mr. Burk, who has spared no amount of effort on his part to help us serve the whole student body. if f This organization meets once each week, and after a lively program, I thirty minutes is spent in Bible study, in considering a question that is vital to X ,- '. success and happiness. Its constituency is made up of members from all other organizations, and serves a noble purpose of creating a better spirit of fellowship L' K , among them. I ,Q In addition to thisgthe "Y" has served a great number of students by locat- w I- ing work for them and assisting them in partially paying their expenses while A' in school. ' K tv. - 5 Its true aim is to assist in building a greater college spirit, and developing , y men of true Christian character. Long may it live and prosper. Ji ,I The Choral Cllulb X4 The Music Department of the college is represented by a number of musical T .ii 4' organizations, the largest and probably the most representative of which is the H4 Ig Choral Club. I The club is composed of both men and women and fosters worthwhile music 2 of all kinds. Its purpose, aside from producing musical programs, is to create a Y sentiment for good music and to disseminate an atmosphere of culture and sin- 'g X cere appreciation of it. A R The work of the Choral Club is organized in accordance with the divisions 'I-1.4 T of the regular school session. During the fall tern1 organization is effected, and . B the work is given over to harmonizing and the working up of simple melodies. ,qi At the close of the term a concert composed of miscellaneous numbers is given. ix I The soloists and quartets, as well as the Chorus as a unit, are given opportu- nity for recital. 'Q I By the opening of the winter term the Chorus is ready for some really effective 1 W work, and rehearsals are begun for the rendition of a standard oratorio at the . .i close of the term. An effort is made to infuse each student with the spirit of ' the composition itself and so to arouse him that he will sing with the fervor of 51, unseen power. M n In the spring term a light opera is given by the club. The oratorio, coming , k '91, about Easter, has an appropriate settingg and the opera might well be con- ' X sidered a harbinger of Spring and her light-hearted gaiety. i ,bf For a number of years the -Choral Clubnhas been under the direction of .K in " Miss Lillian M. Parrill, who heads the Voice Department of the College. Her ' Page 253 xi F ,ii I , ,,,, , . ., . , Av., . -I , ,. .., ,X , .I in-'ff----: . - -1' af- w V, - Lqylxay pri-.' ik , in-hfAf4'Tv' ' - xi f - ' - . Y Y... ,., , . -- F-E561 ,,,. r ,. - Y, .-,.,. ,, Kali LJ iii untning effoi ts have built It from a small organization to its present membership of approximately one hundred and hfty members f . For the present year the Club has worked up Haydn s The Creation as the contribution of the winter term It promises a genuine artistic treat for mus1c lovers Girls Glee Club p'i' The G1rls Glee Club is a voluntary organization of the women of this College it organ17ed for recreational and artistic purposes It meets weekly for rehearsals 1 I' and has given a number of programs during the year This the fifth year of its 1 l existence has found the organmation in a very flouushing state. The member- V ship IS of forth voices arranged as a three part choir The first major program was given December 12 in the Auditorium at which time the club collaborated " with members of the reading department in presenting a pantomime of the pf Nativity T The Girls Glee Club had chai ge of the College Assembly on Friday February i 20 at vshich tlme the following program was given: T A Big Brown Bear .... .... M amma Zucca T -i Croon Croon Undeineat de Moon . . .... Clutsam A Cotton Dolly ........... Giebel ' Quartet The Sunset Trail of Gold ........... McDermond, Misses Klinglesmith Leucke Woodhouse Rucker., Kisses ........... Wilson Besides its serious work the Club devotes a part of its time to social activities. 3 On Decembtr 12 following the pantomime of the Nativity a delightful hang-out if was had in the Ideal Cafeteria complimentary to members of the Reading ., Depaitment who asslsted in the program i During the Spring term the Glee Club gave an attractive party and had as guests members of the Boys Glee Club JF he Ellen H Richards Clulb The Ellen H Richards Club was organized in 1923 by the Home Economics Students and its membership is limited to those doing work in the Home . The purpose of the club is to develop through a study of the home economics movement a sense of social responsibility to one another to the school and to the Community In addition to this study is added the recreation element which constitutes a prominent and attractive feature of the club. The outline for this year s work was a study of etiquette as applied to all , phases of every day life and to special occasions. Page 254 V , A ' C z i ' , 7 . 1 ll ,rr xl 1 C C N . . A in '2- Q ' 9 v 3 i . l . ' ' . . ' fu , " , r C - E ' X s u u - - o lg: . . . . . ' . v ' i ' 1 4 . , . . . '45 P3 -' '- , , y - I . . . -' 2? - . . lm I .... xg y W ................... V - ' - it xl "1 I i I 1 1 1 i Dreaming ............,................,... Harry Rome Shelley '- Q V 6 X K . . ,. , .- 3 7 . C ui c ' , . U- . . N ,Q ' aa , P ' - ' he K Economics Department. 5, igx . i I ' . 1 . Y 7 f ,Ah . U . . Y Y 3, 'Q .Rl ' 5555 A 1, - yi 4 ',-'- A. 15'--Lgw 1 1 .- , f, I ' 9'..fX9 ,MY A-.fx vis. Sw-'il-51'--4 'fl-A-f -9 Ps. 5, , - ni r , -gg g S t R Kindergarten:-lpirimary Club , T l The Kindergarten-Primary Club stands for both literary and social merits. ef At each meeting, some subject with relation to primary grades was taken up and 5, studied. Among these subjects were good books, art, music, poems, educative T toys, stories, games, health, good textbooksg reading, nature study, desirable 'gi picture shows for childireng and a lecture on birds, with slides, which was given W' complimentary to the primary Training School children. The club chaperoned X . 4' and selected films for the children's matinees. At each meeting, there was an Br honor guest from the faculty, who responded with reports on various primary Tl 39' subjects. Members of the club reported on similar subjects. The social activities of the club were important features in the year's work. 1 X Two picnics, one at the beginning and one at the close of the term, well represented P the club spirit. The Christmas party was an occasion always to be remembered .ii by those present, because of its educative as well as social value. The main il T social featureof the year was the Valentine party. This event will long be re- T , membered for the many "hearts" that were won. In every meeting, the last half hour was given over to social activities. ' , ui We , lpensanlsiue Club ' I -.,N The "Pen-A-Line" Club came into being this year, as the result. of a need in ha the college for an outlet for creative work. The membership is small but rep- , H' resentative. Twice a month informal meetings are held, at which time original ,W productions are read, and criticisms are offered. It was found difficult, in some K cases especially, to offer intensive and sincere criticism without more careful ., ., study of the production. The plan of assigning a more detailed criticism to .C various members, for report at next meeting, was favored and has proved delight- T R fully helpful. At each meeting some member leads a discussion on contemporary K I T writers or critics. ' L at ' Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club 'li A The Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club has as its aim, not the training of actors for gf the stage, but the developing of more thorough appreciation for the highest type N4 T of drama. With this in mind, lectures on the educational and cultural value Q of dramatics were given early in the year. . be if Throughout the year various phases of the technique of the drama were Q V X presented by members of the English and the Speech Departments. The 5, bs programs were both instructive and entertaining. Reviews of the outstanding . plays of the year were given. The expression teachers and advanced students f gn favored the club with most entertaining interpretations of readings and plays. C K' ' A study was made of the advancement taking place in the country through the ft, X Little Theatre Movement. The need for trained leaders has caused the club to 9- bend every effort toward the development of students capable to fill these posi- 4 tions in future years. t ia Page 255 ,I T '.': 1925 igfl -"lm'f'-A ':, J e - ,. . T ' ' K1 ,Y If C .79 C ll - I ' ,fl , 7 5 . y - Cy . J rf . The two big full evenings plays of the year were Dulcy 'ind Robin Hood The play Spreading the News by Lady Gregory was given in chapel The Young Woman s Forum The preamble of the constitution of the Forum states that it is an organiza- tion of the Women students of the college to bring them into a closer fellowship with each other to make them feel that they are truly a part of the institution, and to give an opportunity for the expression and exchange of ideas that are of vital interest to them Everv resident woman student of the college is a member ot the Forum and has a voice and vote therein. At the beginning of the regular session the young women of each class elect four representatives who form the Forum Council The Council nominates a ticket for the Forum officers u hich are balloted upon by the entire women student body. Each Forum unit selects '1 definite piece of work for the year has its own colors and insignia and sponsors a program which is based upon the campus problems on which the unit 15 woiking The Senior Unit is known by its gold torch and the members wear upon public occasion the beloved green and white. The silver torch IS the insignia of the Junior Unit and the color is rose. The Sophomores boast proudly of their golden arrows and scarlet streamers while the Freshmen wear silvei arrows and orange ribbons This year the sub-college girls have been designated as our blue birds and have added a note of happiness to our college 1 e The Forum has directed an interesting social calendar' first there was a series of get-acquainted teas given by the Dean of Women. The Forum sponsored a number of dances entertaining each unit beginning with the sub- college girls. The Rainbow Party an annual event, is one of the outstanding social events of the college year. The Forum most earnestly is endeavoring to raise the standards of campus life and also to build up traditions that will cement more closely the ties that bind the young women to the college. It hopes to establish 'L number of annual events that will bring about this end and is planning to close the regular session work each year with a campus prom in which all young women will participate. Page 256 1 7 f 1 7 C ! 19 25 w:31fi' 1 fwyiug 2 'ZYWW . f 'Ki,Wm'Rfxq x,. K x , l V . W MW 1 A . 3 JfW' N1 I l "Nm I-I , ug V , Nil: " jljdig Kc? 'f Q UAQYN N.-.y1' 'ff I So 1 'T I M11 W X t , x 4 U, E Q ,fiw A fk M5 W ' IX X f 'ir 2 rv 'I' K , W , Viigi ,-: iv: J Wifi I E , ", ,I lwtyzfff N.. ,fltu yi . V Il .m' 'z n , J .em x J' , N, Q 'W' E LTA :GEL ' "Q , -Q N, , Sevgjggwmgg f H H .. 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X X - .D CX f Q sift 555 Qgqx wail X Y? f' X + QW tm xx k 590 Ga- X - Mlm ' The Spanish Dagger X I ' A C-". ,,. Q A I' X sw- X 1 5 6 Q Nik x V X rf-, ,Y 1 if X if Wm x' '- f'fff"'-49'f4"I'Pfv4'?w'51i9'1 9 aio' 'Yi eq-af ,144 1-4 f-,v-ay+s.fv-ru y...wv-:Dv-wr'-v HWIWEEL-Skim ,m.f:e4...f,4-rife..-we---few-4-Xe ' The Spanish Dagger True Colnmfessnmms r Bemg revelauons of the mner hfe of our Sacred Instltutlon 'stxtf Q 1 . vkg 4 1 o Q5 gm 4 635 ' fwfr 9 .. Erhted at the request of Lumpers Chumpers Pumpers Flunkers Dumpers Slumpers Humpers Stumpers Bumpers Gumpers Crumpers and Umpers .Molto Cada Cabello hace su sombra en el suelo 'V CEvery han' makes 1tS shadow on the groundj Flowers POISOH Ivy and Sweet Pea. r r Ed1ted by the Renowned Iushman Pat Pendmg Address U S Pat Off 3 9. Q5 . Page 260 V! EE-rv f ""lm"" xii' 'f ' ' ' . ' ' ' ,' - "4 ' , .1 1 . 1 , , V 'L Y o hX ' x is Ulf' 'fx SX 0 ' x E 'Z S. 5' g x f r fb ! . - j wa X x i3 1 ,diffs A A Q ,fwiii fn f , X -- -H. fx ' ' ' ' sf- ,' 'fkfs Ze er ,Q Ya V Q , Xa' I , ' Na 9, l I . H' - . H . E. . n - . . 1 . 1 1 7 1 X , Y Y Y I Y A X ' 'I I . in - ,GN 5 as H ' f H T . ua br f ,S E B . . , h . 4 f , -tn U U J I Z . X' '94g.Qpf5Af2,nQ,-g g-qs, 2-,.fQ.Qqs...'1 qs-4,4-.v-,, 1.5'fl-lvx-R fVf4"4x A,-fl 9-if hfa"'34..a41-' 1? ,riwtdafaiffa 5-z...a4a.e-avg 3' i Z he W Contents a J 4. Q' M! The Pathfinder -V Q The Spectator , ca Q The Man without a Country i 'ni dn Q Xa it The Last of the Mohicans or fb- ' ' Ads 3 fe X W,Ya- v 4 is it Y ! .n wr M In ka 3 Q3 'i ' . Ea X . ay , M I J N . 1 Er. ,ex 1- I, SS" In solemn appreciation of this "Bus 5 Staff," which has 4 i ' always been ready and very forceful in relieving us of the mono- p 55 tony of our teacher's voice we wish to dedicate this section. ea . Q I 2 Sf - if E1 iz Page 267 " - - - V x - f 1 ' f ' ' .v7'--fx+vf'fM69'v-Q 311-at--"4-4 r-29+-am Mfffvvmgv-Afvx4'N2 ,-".f-f'Q.'2s44'fH1--41'-""9 . Q f l fi 0 j . f v if eff: , 'ig y , tt' Q2 K 2 " i ali 5 'M 'J .1 new X . f .,,. ek WN X I-,U I I i x .4 : I H pl ' ,K Y f hifi!! M-1 .Cl ' X 1 X Pl fa. A CQ, ff! 'Q 1 Aj 1' Qu N N' f H , X . X - Xjxgq v , I , 19.10 1 ja' ' ' q 1 gijzf.Qaff . u g W 1, 17 1 . if we T f f w P ,5 Fl +5 U ' X ii' , g I ' ' ' ' ' 1 'pcm Q f li j . Q 4 I! li ,sg ,L X n X Q 1 g IIAV Y : Y wi ,L fx U 'ffm .' , Y ii! . 1 Q 4 JWB 54 H7 T Q .- The above portraits of members of our Faculty and one "would be" were drawn at the risk of getting f V a higher grade Cnitj. These are absolutely action pictures taken while the subjects were most ', unconscious of their being the center of attraction, hence their reality to us. - p ' SCENE I iff-- ' In Mr. Prof's Class Time 1:00 ' ff fBell sounds and all lovers leave off conversation and file in.j I lg , . A Prof.: "All will please sign this slip." CAll sign except those absent and I X fi someone else signs for them,.j -9' Stude on back row to neighbor: "Wake me up at two." CNeighbor nods ' - -assent and promptly goes to sleep himselfj A Y., CTeacher talks for half an hour, cracks a few stale jokes, gets big laughs and ik :SQ then talks some morej 'gg --1 Prof. CI-learing scuffling noise on back row.D "Who is that lighting?" i T ! Boy and girl: "We're just neckingf' L i' gf Prof.: "That's all right theng I didn't want anybody hurt lighting in my T6 'S class " 7 i Bell sounds and students start for door, some dropping books and ettin H X I , n . S g X . 5 them stepped on and others dropping hats and doing likewise. The rest, except ey' '- N for a few minor scratches and bruises, come out of the melee intact.D i 1, T CQuiet reigns again in the classroom except for an occasional snore from the g Q1 fatigued Prof.j 3 Curtain t , K The above was the winner of the contest sponsored by the Avesta. It was ' A selected out of the 10,000 submitted for its excellent portrayal of classroom life. 1 . .N It was submitted by Wnl. P. Boyd on special request. V 'AQ . N745 Page 268 i 1, " ,f-,-- W ,V - .1 A .ll 5- l- 15:0--. ff,-.fy--.V Uv- tx y' .Y -Y ,x.. . 'uf .I 1 .. f.--1---1 ir- V 4, ,, .-bf!"x"? N-64' :Jan-f' . .e -fmmaf-f',fu..,v1-...Q 5-aaaaw.-awxg RQ A J i ag r The lpatlhiliundleir , fx' ' Q! me ACCORDING TO Lewis. fix V , F - 5 ' Q 1 J , A , r U- Sv f I 14:7 .ww , I ,J xl sl I I L W ,. ,.,.. ,. y .-,rf C ' lag- ' ir E xi , f Q wr: sis x XX III. Q 9 -, f ' h Q45 XE QQ! x Lg, in ,,,.f3,, X T A I' ' .uv ru, t if li,-Q ', Rexx la ff it 9 N f XX - 'N X 2' X t -, .,'Z1,!f f ., X' """?:'-f--- ,Q 'll I y 1 I Blu' ,mos ' ' i Qs C 0 H. rg kd H' . ff We gh qi fa NN N THIS book we intend to present a few facts and other- A ,EI wise, which will serve to acquaint you with certain pro- 4 cedures, rules, and regulationsl These, in turn, serve as N ,e V reins by which we are guided. 'We join the authorities in a ai whole-hearted request that you study them closely. Ng 5 Dean Burk has very kindly handed us a procedure of regis- tration which simplihes to a great extent this beginning of A4 the torture. Dean Burk told us confidentially that he thought 2 he had accomplished quite a task, which would undoubtedly V ta ' i bring him a raise in salary, probably a little authority and a r little less res ect. i 4 P ' x 94 za., D ' ' fi 31 f li Qt 4 R. l , Page 269 L NJ,-A r r ' ,- 1 V. , -X 7 y - X 7- 1 Y ,1 1 , , f Nw .. 'P rf if vw'-few'-fx bf4"'X'9R 'VY""5s ,-9,-CSN..-".ai.-14,-i-r'9 . s , ,, t 1 ?"""15H" 'i ,., . . ef-evfafwsfwwtcmalesar-var P-fqef--asa-fv"+-ads-ff'v'1-is A just How To Enroll-Notice To A Students All new students and former students who do not have duplicate record books, pass in the front entrance of the Library building. See Registrar Mc- Donald about your classification and get your duplicate record book in Girls' Reading Room, then get in Registration Line at North Entrance of Library building. WHAT TO DO IN MILLING THE MILL-ALL STUDENTS 1. Get into Registration Line at North Entrance of Library Building. 2. Play follow the leader and go down stairs' into the basement. 3. Be considerate of the door-keeper' stay in one line' stand on your own feet and not on your neighbor s toes. 4 Get entrance cards and a copy of the College Regulations on entering Room 108 Be seated and fill out the blanks and sign the regulations 5 Pass into room 107 where your entrance cards and college regulations will be checked and have your vaccination attended to Have vaccination card O K d by doctor O1 nurse and checked by door keeper in his room 6 Pass to Room 106 and meet the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women and have your boarding house appioved If you have not secured a boarding place attend to this matter now Leave General Information Cards with Dean of Men and Dean of Women 7 Pay your fees 3513 50 Cno checks acceptedj receive your number receipt and activity ticket and leave your enrollment card at the table in the a 8 All Girls meet your Y W C A officials in room 105 Here s the place to obtain any information you may wish Don t hesitate to ask these Big Sisters to assist you in any way join the Young Women s Christian Associa tion 9 All boys meet yourY M C A officials inioom 104 The Big Brothers will be glad to pilot you through the mill Don t fail to call on em Join the Young Men s Christian Association 10 College and Sub College lines divide on the landing at South Entrance of Library Pg27 1 7 Y ! , . - 'in ' 1 -' 1 Y Y h ll. . . . . . , . H . ' - ' ' I H ' yr . I . . , . , . , . . . . ' UC D u -Bw-'Csi'w-im-Cie-fs 1 2 'l0,l"9"'Xfo3 VV"'51 ff' if S'-"fit-"4 95 g54v-pbivSafV"9f+wsFf'5sbvS:Qf'ss 'Pi-+164-1414-Fifa'-6 dv-1G' W, g 11. All College Students will schedule in the Harriss Gyinnasitrn. All hr ' Fub-College students on third floor of Library Building. 1 J q 12. All juniors and Seniors should meet lfean McConnell in his office before Q' 73 going to the schedu'e committee. -7 Look for the Placard and join the right line when you reach the Harriss . 1 Q Gymnasiumg and after you have passed the schedule committee, return to the -- it Library Building for your textbooks. Freshmen and Sophomores in the Book- V 1 5, line at windows on north side of Library Building. Juniors and Seniors in the if ff- corner of the building. Sub-College students pass up-stairs on south side of Library Building to ' Qt' the third floor and wait patiently your turn in line. Schedules will be made u out in Room 303 and checked in Room 304. After your schedule is O. Kfd, pass down the stairs on north side of building and join the Book-line in the j 1 corridor. - Af Now you are ready to draw your books. Look for the placard and get in f v the right line. Be patient and sweet and remember there are many others just 1 4. as tired as you. See that your name and classification is on your schedule before ,J EL handing it in at the book room. . f' It will be necessary for you to wait a few moments while your schedule is ' U being filed. You can very profitably put in this time by giving the person at : I ' the desk your individual attention. ' Now take your books and schedules to the blissful quiet of your own room ld and begin your college career by writing your full name and session 1924-25 in 1 -' 3 the front of each book issued you. , 'L 1 This college holds you responsible for each of these books until you have 1' returned them to the Book Roomg and should you lose one, you will be required :Y A to pay for it: so "get acquainted with your books: you might like 'em." 5 F X P! 44 1 1 ' WHAT THEY ARE KNOVVN BY 5 Ivan Oliver: "Hi fellers" N. Erminee Favor: "Lordy gee!" 'X Alma Pollack: "For cram's sake!" " 3' Lucius Sharp: '-'Shut your jaw" Fats Simmons: "Pretty crude" Slack: "Oo Grandmaw! what big eyes you got" A iss Maude Craven: "Boy, howdy" 79, Winnie Douglas: "Tee! hee! dem" . Doc Hayes: "The Kamel" 5+ bm Elizabeth Spencer: "Tom said so" Eva Chanselor: "Gee kid, I'm hungry" A 9 Nona Benson: "Tell me no!" f " Neale Ford: "I chop cotton" I - Fred Coffey: "Hello everybody" L15 ii Frances Douglas: "I don't care" . Emory Barton: "C, I. A." A -1 ' ui Page 271 .egg-wean-w-4 sa. as--if 19 25 r b . - . . .Y 1. Z. QTEK? aff' ff- 1-ff f-1. ... . . . - F. 54 59 l-Fvfif-4":i4'1fi'9'1i41 65+-i?xg'i'9"Q"E 1? , . e Dean Tommy Tompkins of the School of Hearts, after much deliberation as I' and concentration. has handed us this approved copy of regulations. He states that these regulations are to be followed to the letter, from the date of leaving 2 4 - . . Q M home until three weeks after returning to same. Ay X s x , 6 READ CARELESSLY AND IF YOU CANNOT ABIDE BY THEM ' Q ' EN ROLL AT ONCE f x 1 ... 9- 5. 1. You shall not be allowed any course that may interfere with your social x functions. - .X 2. You must arrange for at least one course in campustry, for which you BN X3 are allowed to choose your instructor, provided you make a change of instructors 3 at least twice each week. ,Q x H 9 3. Classes in campustry shall meet daily, and also nightly. The hours 1.4 shall be any time between 8 o'clock in the morning and 1 :30 at night. J SX 4. Special courses are offered in Hirtation under the direction of Miss Clark K I and Mr. Burk. Apply late and be in the rub. '- YG Us 5. Car riding is recommended but is not compulsory. Q 6. You are to be given at least one course in milk stealing. The class tg. 7' meets every night just after the milk is delivered. 1 I 7. You shall arrange to attend at least one dance each week. More is jg desirable. A ' lil 8. There shall be-no porch lights. A x :gf 9. No Student shall be allowed to board at an approved boarding house. pa he 10. Off periods shall be spent in the corridors. Loud talking is highly desir- N able. A 11. Private telephones shall be in each student's room. X H 12. A special dance shall be given at Chapel every Monday and Friday. Participation is demanded. 55 13. Classes shall not be of more than ten minutes duration and 30 minutes 75 , i shall be allowed in going from class to class. K 14. If at any time you make more than 252, on an examination, you shall iv be dismissed from the college at once. ' .gh 15. Young ladies shall not dismiss their gentlemen callers before 1:30 at if A- night. f fr ' f? .35 16. You are requested to disregard all notices to call at the Dean's ofhce. - K It is only a matter of habit that these notices are sent out. - T' -s , Page 27.1 , L sitiefsafxfvf ,dv--Linn-M Sit-rat'-its-in-wi M fe-e'av-AMf""bs -9 "1-'f'2'f'f+r"' f A 17. Walk on the grass and freshly plowed ground. Save your shoes. 1 18. Don't go to Chapel unless you have the stomach-ache. ,yi lil 19. If you don't like the Chapel program, talk to your girl or walk out. fi! X N . f g YOU SHALL KNOW THEM BY THEIR SPEECH is it X 35' Miss Wilson: "By his royal prerogative" L .N 'Mr. Porter: "Moreover-as a matter of fact" li 5 Miss Powell: "Consequently-and of course" if Hb Mr. Crutsinger: "Now ladies and gentlemen"-Ccensoredj ' Mr. Ratliffz "I'm wondering now-I heard a good one yesterday" , -gg Mr. Brown: "Here now son-Read a little further there, Nina" 3 Dr. Bruce: "Back in old Alabama" ' gg Miss Ruby Smith: "Now honey child you're a good girl but you don't W I D study" ' 2 , Mr. Miller: "VVe will finish this chapter and try to get into the next lesson" inf Mr. Newton: "Well, give us some facts-1et's be definite" B' Mr. Blair: "The next number on our Fine Arts course will be-" if Miss Clark: "'Is that not so-yes" .xi Mr. Lang: "In some states" ' ff Mr. Odam: "Lets do some real thinking" 4, , Mr. Masters: "As a matter of fact, I announce to you" Qi A Miss Walker: "Use your diaphragm" Q Miss Halbert: "Ten cents, please" i, , . Miss Bates: "You make me perfectly furious" Sq I Miss Garrison: "All right, in my dramatic club" ea 55? Mr. Compton: "Its innate tendency" ' M 4 . Mr. Burk: "Yeah boy! that's the way to put that over" :yi 9- I Miss Shook: "When I was a child" . i 5 Mr. Looney: "Don't you see the beauty in this?" f X Mr. lHarriss: "All right, Professor" , 'bu Dean McConnell: "'That will be quite all right" M Miss Duggan: "That's the idea of the project" 0 :ui Page 273 i i A , V ,Q-f..fgv',-ads-4 ar,i4.ge1:,a4..a1925 - i, 11 18 A, t 1 , L . - 5' 1: , , A l "f""'P x lar. P1-Krgd41f,5ffv,,..-ig4....aX0e'1vgQ Requirements for the Degree of Baehellor of Hearts 1. Courage required to struggle through' some high school or other kind of observatory. 2. Thirty-six term-hours of Campustryg provided that those who waive claim to a certificate of marriage may offer a maximum of twenty-seven term- hours. 3. A major of at least thirty-six term hours. One-half of work covered in this major must be recited from memory to Mr. Stanley, College Engineer, before degree is received. ' 4. A first minor of at least twenty-seven term-hours. The work on this course must be done in private. The Student s stores are highly recommended. 5 A second rnrnor of at least erghteen term hours Twelve of the eighteen hours work are to be done on the 1ron fence Hrgher grades given to students sitting on barbed wire 6 Eighteen term hours of English Students making grades above E on first nine term hours are exempt from remainder of work on English 7 Nine term hours of Soc1al Science which shall cons1st of boardmg house gossip lengthy telephone conversat1ons when some one else wants to use the telephone and sem1 lonely strolls along the shaded streets after curfew when all IS quiet 8 Unlimited number of term hours of laboratory science One course each 1n two of the followmg subjects WOO1Dg proposing rejectmgj These courses are open to both men and women Classes shall be conducted in private laboratorles therefore each boarding house shall have one Wl'11Cl'1 shall be lighted by one light of not more than Fifteen watts The class perrods shall be of 4 hours each meeting every Saturday Sunday and all other off nights Lectures are held at the offices of the deans whenever caught doing some unforbidden act 9 Enough elect1ves such as killing time sleeping in class doctoring chapel Page 274 7 ' ' ' ll 17 . Y 1 P . , I E if '- il I Y . 3 ' - . . . . C Y 7 ' . ' I . 7 . . I . , . . 7 . ailments, street loafing, and serenading, shall total in all 180 term-hours. w Y--497-4'f P444-ifw' la'f'-e'rR?f9'v"'4l C.-"fl4l'1'W"4ai'714--"sf" 'B 71. V . V -. . .. inert OHV s tag .1 - -- Y , 1 - - ,'jf"'9D'fNs-2V":29w-fPf"Sf9'N9"va. -f'-'Qs--'QQ-f'v'1'-fi e--e-fveeveegg, 2 I . . li 'id 10. A minimum of 45 term-hours of advanced work, 36: term-hours of 1 which must be done in private classes of two students only and no teacher is I fp provided. The class' shall be composed of one boy and one girl. It shall meet af 5 whenever they deem it necessary to call a meeting. In this course all decisions ,V X must be unanimous. A5 if E- Q 11. A minimum attendance of 36 nights: more, if any are failures. ff 9' 12. Two years in the art of physical perfection, -stress being placed upon the care and beauty of the face. If after two years of this you think you are not pf' accomplishing anything, you had better go hang yourself. - f iq. 13. Twenty-seven term-hours of foreign language, nine term-hours in- n S 1 struction in the language of the moon, nine in the language of love, and nine in ,I Q some form of profanity that can be used without shocking your teachers beyond - A to the point of recovery and without breaking the laws of the anti-slang professors. A . .T ' . 3' 'sr 5 , TRY THIS: ON YOUR VOCAL ORGANS 1 . Sir Seventeen saw sweet 'Sarah swimming 'H I Suddenly Sarah seemed sinking. X4 K Sir Seventeen swam swiftly Sarah ward. P j Supporting swooning Sarah, Sir Seventeen , 3- Swam swiftly shoreward. i , 3? , X ' V' IZ f I ' AN ENJOYABLE CONVERSATION Turk: Dear, you are lovelier tonight than I ever believed possible. ' Y Edith: Why, what do you mean? ', 5 Turk: I mean your beauty is not overdone in the least. Edith : Wretcli ! E V - fi Turk: What I wanted to say was that you are as lovely as anyone can 'be SQ , in that gown. Edith: How dare you insult me. 55. . S Turk: Listen, please. I say I love you in spite of what you Wear. gg Edith: Here, sir, is your ring. . ' ii if Turk Cgoing down for third' timejz Let me explain, dear. I said that even , Q . . N Q without your gorgeous clothes I would love you just as much. I , QExpires.Q f ' fi sf 'I 'N Page 275 i N ,ra-'w-afgv'f4'7dvf-i ,-vjseq g tg l' A Wi' " B at ff Can You llmaegiunez . if -1 g la' V if Lloyd Davis as an office wart? fi. Students getting their Avestas without an O. K.? Xa I Everette Curry counting the Training School kids in last year's Yucca? Rae Hightower refusing to attend Carmen at C. I. A.? N6 Jack Gale getting the point of a Spanish drama according to Miss Smith's 5 notions? W i , - x Mr. Vitz not complaining about what the Mary Arclens owe him for pictures? I ' A nes Luecke not looking 1n the mirror each time she leaves the Publications , . M g 2 OHCICCP A 1 Fred Coffey talking without saying "in other words?" ' r Something getting into the Chat without the brand of O. K., J. N. B.? 3 Estes Hargrave without his chewing gfum? 'gat C. -W. Morrow not upholding the constitution? YZ. Piner Powell not following the line of least resistance? i 1. Martha McBride not wanting the honor system to come from small groups? ' ka, A An Ea le basketball team without a Van Zandter on it? ' . g I That it is cold tonight? f CX ' ba I ,rl h gn ,gg I . f' e - 212 ll ' 'C as 7 YQ' " I F,'::'3qvi is I . . , S1 an 2? ' af if 5 fl U f m- Qi 4 ax 1 M ', 1, 1 yy- r is 'Q 1, 9 1 ii 3 ' K' t ' Q if 1, f N X ., ff, 'f 57 4 .2 Q ' Q14 57 ' X W ' f is, A Q-4 Zvi, t M T S " viii? . 2 . Z Bu-L X 'Q at , aowARDs-as K . Vx Page 276 ,i A V 4 , X464-Q.g'Rw9-fx. A 'hz?"'x .ma xx .. Q X . . . i E31 Y A - ' Ev. " " kg ,, ,YW N K X N v--ye, HEEL ' Eglr ' wh Ms4..r'L-f'fv'..-P L,-r Q YWT Q'Li?i'9.I'f'affW'9?s-1f'f'fSu-iNu Q, -11,-,... - fig. 1 ' 9, 'Xl , XP" ,-xfx- ., x Q J ' ax T h The POOPHOSS CCh11Oi'LOO T J ' x A Q Supported by the Greasy Half-Dozen ticket. .V . N i hm HM X 9 Ts- i P 'rf 34 F f ' 4 . 0 . LLOYD DAXVIS LEONA MAHAN LLOYD VICKERS The Bkgeszf War! ,Most Aw1m'1z11g Gzrl The Ladzev Chozce The Jllost Artzficfzal Gzrl llfost Anstocratzc The Girl with the Most Ufzappreciated Beauty - 5 Q K 1, Na N N W 1 iT . j V .fi , , Tl 1. I . V . x, . Xa YL H T ' f En ' T TT T TTTTT T QT B X X PI h GX 5, A ,ex 5' N5 x 4 4 9- T YY Y f on ' ' CLEO TUNNELL ARVY LIGON GEORGIA MAE MARTIN W . . . . 4 1 - 'cf w ' K ,Qi I Page 277 A F T . X ,. 5 ,,-ff ,, ,nu , -gf Vg - .f , ' " 1. , , , ' , ,- , , . - . 4, , ' . x . 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S 51 N f 'b x -X i A A 0 f N Q YL ' w 1 ' Q, X4 KN I w TL Xa. x zq Ev. ,Jag ,, A , 6 4 1 ka 55. f N SQ 2 Tr F 9- ' ,X 3 Q' E. 1 ' X V 1 Q- 4 " Page 27b I K Y - 1 - Y - s A f 1 X I f0fJW+fY9'f"'1'5v"4 '-'I'-' 3- x"'f"il s?44"" X4'f4"fx"R5""x""4x ff' Aff "0-ff'-if-"'x""' 'D i'9"'NPD""wV"Pfv-Q Y"'Sf-3f'w"w ."iffiQf-efsa-fini"--1 a....fv1v"vf-'E V - 9' I , 90 x N4 x if .pl v wg. Y 1 ,- .s K "w:1'::'TT"- 4- r I, 4 Iv T-Si?ffTii3gg3Q,QL.,, , H gi 'Ki ' ' M''ff"f?HQf.f4:f'wrfqw1:'j1nf v ' ' ma Ji: j ,Q f S,-- f-- ,5siGfi,gCe33333gH3iL MMI: All Wi 085 Q H44 .fa If QV? 'QL i SE Hal. E11 5 9 21 :fb , 3 M war wg I A W, in ii! Hg 'F 7 ' Y . A A 2 u . I E '14 Nj ., IH" . -5 vw ah! B, C ri : U 1- v' V1 in iii A gi 5-Z PM f' A ,u " ' Wi! an r . ' 1 S+ H H: I 'i f D SQL! 'QQ "fin QL M ffl 'ff N 131 Q3 55 II-Y! A Ffa 3:5-Qqrwlvit 1 vw: 5 -J I . Page 280 . Tl.-,M-.,.vcq:K::4Q4 q1.,w. H X W , A4 K W My H I-----1 .-.-w:?3.,.f2.4 1 gg ' The Spectator el Q' 5 ' . -V si ' 94' ' - an 'wma wi' 3 5 J L il sf S ' f 467 f .73 Q Su x. A fe N Db M 5 4017 503 flllmlllul E1 -1 ' B . I 3 jf mfnfunlglffgnuyln f fff l 4 J Y 6 A wwf 1 1 L-5.-Q13 ' lglllllllllll n isiw .. H - 5 4v ""'v: f w 155. rg 'E ' W 5' lm ff! W f S W WWW na. l ll ll Mllll l ffffffw fp! S ' 'J-EEE: l . lm ' Ep1EjrLvLs ix 'S "" sh ns l DO YoU KNOW l, Bi "Oleo" Margarine? A "Sup" Porter? X3 Vg "Ab" straw "Shoe" Horn? A - I. "Fred" Erick? S I? , of "Rss" Tess? l ' "Ag" Ness? fi I ., "Stem" windefP' I 5 "C" sea? 45 l'VVindoW" Payne? A ! "W'i11d" Shields? V l ki "Wal" Lace? 3 3 '4 ' "Hay" Medders? f "Be" Looney? E4 '94 A "Belle" Clapper? I gl "Soda" jerker? It 'B-, "Out" Fielder? Q - U "Red" Head? A, fa "Ig" Nite? 'E Page 81 i 19 25 I S. f la g 4 9 fb 31 2 N R, 31 57 lx -. ta ,I L x -A 1 Y -- A , ,, , s"?'R"1 f'-F ,. . ?"'5F'P"'sf'?5'?9-Q 'Pvfrxdaryfkv-1 5-2.-says-e-4-X ev A CALENDAR ROMANCE. Our hero was the common sort, When all is said and doneg He worked his head off daily And was out to get the 'Mon. The reason for his diligence Was commonplace, 'tis trueg He tried to swell his salary So it would suffice for ' Tue. And maybe that's the reason Vllhy one day he lost his head, And falling on his knees, he Cried, "Oh, maicleng wilt thou: Wed." He may have thought this Sudden but it seemed not so to her She lisped a quick acceptance And said forcibly Yeth Thur But when they went to keeping House he feared that would Die For Oh that Modem Maiden Could neither bake nor r1 She could not run 'L bungalow Or even run a Hat So on many sad occaslons in a Restaumnt they at But he forgave her everything As man has always done When she presented him one day A bouncing baby A POETICAL SATIRE ON MAN. There is a type of man to-day You hear a lot about, They say He's smart as any "tack," He's got all that the "old boys" lack. If anything he does is wrong, VVhy that's alright. He sings a song Of how the human nature craves Expression. And if you can save Your personality above all the rest. You live a life that's full, and at its best. How hckle such a life would be to meg How much better would a life of service be. But service is a word unknown to himg just live and try to serve your fellow men? Service means toil to toil? Avsavl That causes too much of a rude turmoil To ride to iead to laugh to sing A life of other things no Joy can brrngl The dav of honest loxe seems truly passed The modem man w1ll always laugh when asked If he honors and respects the maidenhood As his old father alu ays sald he should Ah well' they say to live is but to leain The spark of every life 1S but a germ VVe only hope that man 1S not what he may seem W hen we come 1n Contact with the lagez 8 9 J 9. ' - - . f' S 1 - - V . -. 'A . . I I 1 - . si , . . 4'-it , 11 i 1 A 1 1 1 x - - ' , E! - M I ' 3 7 , ' c 4 ' . . ! 7 EL . , 'N F '. , , I C ' , n U - 1 E C y . . u 7 n - -C - . - n u 4 L S . ' 'Z 94 ' . . 1 5.4 Q I 1 C i . I . C . T I ' 41' 11 9k Sun. jellybean. uf ' , 3:-f2gfQvf Q' .r ,5'g4.XggL..g45e'x41-siLjg- - pvvq a2,,.f,,,..fX...4 19 f N ga 1 -X V4 V f' - f LEW! ERN ' gi a - -- f 1 - . . F'-fI.d-0-'44-fvf'--E 01-1-1xav"4i'V? M ' li ., B 3LlflglUlElLg6 UC16 Y " Sl S r I f rx . 'T Organized by and composed of users of good slang. Instructors Of the KV '. College have been Very kind in helping us in compiling this list. They, of COLIYSC. are not eligible for membership, hence the small number of members. 35 WILLIS FLOYD ........ President 5' LEONA NIAI-IAN , . . . Vice-President A I ?' J. F. DELANY .... ' . . Critic Tb. . if I . N4 A CHARTER MEMBERS: X 5. 1 V LOUISE SMITH 4 IVAN OLIVER 0 . GUY DAVIDSON L TIPPIE POLLAN J gl ERMA KILGORE F , PEARL VVEST ' 1 , 'Z 1 I T' Q PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS: ha 7' FRED COIIEEY Cafter editing Yuccaj T LLOYD VICICERS Cafter being slapped in face by cow's tailj E JOHN B. REID Cafter looking over baseball prospectsl W ' FRED SLACK Cafter being refused a datej is F! Vg N ia. ,fax E -.ff ' ff g42gf:1H2f-gp 545' ' ' X ass 0 -4 . - - Q' ' Q 1-3..,fgi'2.x ' I 1" ' n .hw llx L' -1'2" J VN: xl Ig W we -I 1 f I 1llIf'r'TD E 'S W WI i I ,-- f if X f I In - - N 2 I --M.. f f ' 7 My P Mi . f N ' Q I .. p 1 5 ,-:f-ion: ', T 'fx 'f . . -. .. 1' v zu- f gl L F- A KN f A --I f "' fa -7 , zzz ' ,-- M 1511501.14295 'a is ' AQ' 7ffg'fyfgffr ,agfofrf fznms 'K ' ig 'Q Q Page 283 L 5w'iN55?'5J- e4--ff 19 25 -i"'ff""x'9'i- '7x"74s ff' V Jf 3 ' Can You llinagigne as t CI11 Rimed Coupletj J Q - John Neale without a smile? . Q is Lucius Sharp saying something worth while? Si' Mr. Floyd not making a s eech? Q u . p w f Prof. Anderson being here to teach? 6- 9' VVinnie Douglas without an injured limb? , ,X Ben Sullivan being real tall and slim? -9 . . Q 1 Mr. Beaty being out of humor in class? I, 2 Mrs. Seely not being able to pass? 'Q A Slack not going to Paris once a week? f Nona Benson being quiet and meek? 3 p Corrinne Collins and Ivan not being together? , 'g if Regardless of time, place or weather. Nq Alma Pollack not attractive and neat? N l 3 Ruth Spencer smiling and sweet? ia p Elizabeth Spencer standing six feet tall? K 5 Rosa Lee Brown being slow and small? 1 i p Erminee Favor not having lots ofxpep? xg "Humpty" and Maude Craven in a lively step? A Mr. Eoff being able to sing? R Q. A "Bill" Lamb with a wedding ring? a' fax "Fats" Simmons having fiery red hair? 5 "Docf' Hayes not being on a tear? K , A , 'X4 ' f Raymond Couser not knowing his chem? r S Miss Parrill not leading the hymn? ca ' s I , I N elle Billingsley always being busy? U Q Elmer Adkins not driving old Lizzie? N E: 'V i N - Audrey Rogers not always being sweet? - BA. In chapel any vacant seats? r f Tom Rose not being on time? fi 'gg How in the deuce we made this rhyme? K "Second Corona." be ' Pa-ge 284 i V .vL . ea f'1 'L X W 1 v'w' esa2'4l,-va" 4tr"et .V V, . . 3'e'i'T5T 'i,,, 7, , ,, YY. . ALL FOR FUN MYSTERIOUS WOMAN. Collected by Hollis Maness-Qwith Her hair is bobbedg she needsino more apologies to severalj To crimp her tresses or to braid them, It was midnight on the Ocean, The hairpins that she.used before Not 2, Streetfm- was in Sight, Are in a corner where she laid them. Xi: isnazvasdshgllgg iiiglgti? ht The slippers th at she wears I C r ne a C Y 3 g ' But half conceal her heels and toes, The lightning roared, the thunder In Webs of Spldefs' ,weavmg theres As close a mesh as in her hose. flashed, ftnd our hearts. were filled with fear. Her Corset has been hung away, 'Ihe Captain climbed a high oak tree NO more to mar her Supplenessg To See lf land was near' I think that safely I may say ' i I Few things are thinner than her dress. 'Twas evening and the rising sun VY as setting in the West. No undergarments check her stride, And the little fishes in the trees, So I've been given to believeg VVere huddled in their nest. She cannot hope to lay aside Much more without outstripping Eve. 'Twas a wintry day in August, ' , , And the snowflakes fell like glassy I may her not to Fake It ln' , A barefoot boy with Shoes on I Or think me churlish for confessing Stood Sitting on the grass ' That I can't understand why still She keeps me waiting while she's The rain was pouring upward dressing' And the moon was shining bright, And everything that could be seen WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT Was hidden out of sight. WOMEN- While the organ peeled potatoes, Lard was rendered by the choir, As the sexton rang the dish rag, Someone poured the church on fire. L'Holy Smoke," the preacher cried, In the rain he lost his hair, Now his hair resembles heaven, For there is no parting there. Now this short tale is ended, E 'Ere I take my pen in hand, I'll fall up on the stairway By Lee McCollum and others And start where I began. CIn Blank Versej Page 285 uf xfo 9-, Te 41- f' igsqs-ig," -' 5 9 tx,,,4,f...X,:g" g ,,eag,vgu,,z-,gi , J V.-'o t - , -..'-2 4 E"' - ,. . ..t .-- "J"'QD"5dvv'F:!9Hsetf'5fPfHnWT'xa . -..,Q..l"-El .-Fssfieffefyf-fiifs-aria-Q-16'v"1mm Chapel Being a treatise developed by one Mr. Vickers after deep meditation. IMES so change. Nowadays chapel comes twice a week. Unlike the bygone , days, there is a fine Auditorium for Chapel exercisesg it is unnecessary to go to the Boys' Gym. This year the students do not need exercise, so the wise and considerate powers that be have omitted this form of exercise. Another change is the hour of meeting. The "profs" decided that the stu- dents lost too much class time last year. This year they will not be alarmed if they lose too much dinner time. Another change is the absence of Mr. Looney. Students are no longer de- lighted by his handsome physique 'md melodious voice. Since he lost the posi- tion of dilector general of chapel Mr Looney has not graced '1 single assembly with his inspiring piesencc Anothei change IS that of Mr Floyd as high factotum of chapel He always wants the students to come down from under the balcony so that he will not need to strain hls 1ather weak voice as he reads announcements Another change 1n the procedure is the presence of new faculty members on the program So far two have appeared therefore it seems that the faculty has only two new members this year although the Yucca 'Staff has deahngs with about twenty three new ones In spite of all these changes there IS stxll one sign of the past a sign with two parts Mr Metzenthin plays the piano while Miss Parrill leads the smgrng One sign of the past is about to be overlooked the youthful lovers still have '1 delightful hour during the assembly period , COPY Wl?lTl NCI 'ffm lll' fr 'S lg N R A r x Page 286 . 1 ,' ' S s s . C ' ' If ' JV I ! ' I I N X L 1 - N K .. 1, x N x ' 'lm flu 'sign-'Sr--.. R4 X ' 5' K iw Q . 0.1 iv- x Q- 5 F-,..:-" X J I Q -it , X -,,,, ,nk ' K . .. y Q .. s ii 192-v'ihC.?fz4--A-"9 - am- I , ku, -1, -1. 01-ag J A J F r g 'SJ'-6b'+sfV'9wbfwtFf'5w3fvf'Ns 1?-fisfafzswfifpa--vid-4-,axaf""t4 Class Meditations I. L. Mc. Edited by Prof. Hokus Pokus, M. A., Teachers College. Compiled from the original manuscript in British Museum. I Copyright, 1925 A To my mind, one of the most terrible things that can happen to aman is to be compelled to take a course -without the administration of that heaven- sent pain-killer-known to science as ye old anesthetic-without which 1 man is condemned to thesufferrng of 'r wrld beast wherein the body rs racked with deadly parn the nerve centers torn shredded and destroyed by anguish the brarn racked shattered and destroyed by unutterable sufferrng rn history 1 003 020 489 I had rather be dr awn and quartered boiled rn orl thrown on the rfrck yea even flayed alive Oh anything save thrs horrible torture I can scarcely close my eyes rn slumber but that thrs ghostly picture passes before my popping eyes The 'rwful picture appears before me passing slowly rn review before my staring eyes The horrible panorama appears out of nothrng ness rs thrown rn bold relref on my chamber walls and passes on from whence rt came I stfut up with a shriek a cold sticky substance popping from everv pore and everv nerve crying aloud rn 'urgursh my hfrrr on end yea even my vorce cleavrng to my throat and all because this most rnhurnan of practices rs carried on three trmes a week and that, dear fellow students rrght here rn our midst I say not rn far away 7 ulu Islands where those ebon lrned thick lrpped sons of Satan prance before their women rn nothing but grass and ostrrch feathers to say nothing of other barbaric practrces but here here rn our own dear Alma Mater here rn our own dear Chrrstran land where we srt back spit punch ourselves look furtrvely around and THE PIPE ORGAN Ah me' There rt rs again that soothing sleep producing sound rssurng from the massive brass throat of the pipe organ Ah would that I could produce those sweet angelic sounds lrke rrnto the plumprng of those departed sprrrts which srt yon round the snow whrte throne soothing the Father wrth therr songs of parn Joy love sadness war peace and the sufferings of men These sounds begin Rae What rs the Pen A Line Club? Wallace Why rt rs a Penmanshrp Club Page 287 y C C x C . C . , . . C . 1 I - 1 1 - 1 . - C -. . . 1 1 1 ' 1 - 'C C i 1 1 I c Q c , 'i , ' ' ' ' . .c c l ' ' ' I I 1 . . h I C . F , . g . Q . . C 1 . C I I 1 1 . .1 C 1 C i 1 . y , . s , ' c , ' . A 1 i I I 'r 1 1 - ' - , . . , T - - L - M. - y - . . . . P . 1 1, 1 1 A WM-M.'WM- W-' . . y . - . . 1 - - 1 i . y . C . . ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - , rr - - - - 11 , ar ' ' - 11 rr-Q-4:1-'.-nw-4 044+-as 19 25 'G' 1 l YQ ,qv o a 1 i i a Things That W e Lillie i f if . . . 'iz Time spent with "jim" f X if Freedom after being campused Q Boys studyin Home Ec A 5. g A An old-fashioned girl N i lv !' , Leading the teacher off the lesson x l is Descending the stairways from the third Hoor ' 2 17 Freshmen QM holi-D Day ' ' . K Seeing the Seniors calm down after Senior VVeek fqf ! Sitting on the benches under the weeping willows XQ- ti. A ' , To walk on the turf where the grass ought to grow instead of on the walk 1 y N4 3. Getting over an attack of studying Off nights K AB. V A landlady who does not know the rules ip, A A check from home i ' F! as Mr. Lang's government and Mr. Looney's English J s E, - To hear the curfew toll QNixj F sg A teacher who exempts or gives no final exams eff The announcements at chapel ga ! U, z ' An A in our grade-book ' x Q A letter every day A A Banquets at the cafeteria f is'- To Watch the Eagles Hy ,ef 73. . ' Jokes in the Campus Chat . -1 - 4, . Page 288 .il X A i X Y Refs-4xfv'f-'ide-1 A+-fa?-W-4e'4+-'N ildfevvvawfvifiii,-W'i ' .-'ie-'fri-f-fi'-'V P f fw-Q-Reefs?-vs 'Farid--1,54-'-v'-deaf.-ages-H-r4i Q W e it Things That W e ll-late T , 3 ., l M Locked front door of Library X QV 3: ' Quiet halls of Library at the expense of noisy reading rooms N i ' ' . ' f 5, Postponed fine arts numbers T -f S Other boys taking off our best girl fi 'rv 5 T The slime of the fish . The austerity of the senior l I A A Q, The sophistication of the sophomore K if The incompleteness of the junior ' 3' Q . , K Trails across the campus: there are plenty of walks . , 4 . pu. 5' Window shades out of order l ,V 7 A x 5 Lights that won't burn and those that do on front porches pa The loss of the San Marcos football game ' BN . i ' W, The grand rush after each basketball game . sg: The dignity of Csomej Seniors ' f .4 Preference shown the Mary Ardens N ai Attempts at'petting parties on Campus - fi 6 -l-ii ei Q5 "Chig" Harrison attracted quite a bit of attention last Monday. VV:-1 noticed te he'was promenading about the campus with one shoe off, his coat turned inside 2 out, and one trouser leg bit off at the knee. Q X ' 'P vc . . . . . if ' Mr. Burk slapped him on the back in a paternal manner Clike he did "Lasses" 1 gn ' - Fromm one day about dinner timel and asked, "What's the idea old man?" -, lx Chig meekly replied, "Well, you see, it's this way. I'1n taking a corre- T , B spondence course from the State University and yesterday those darn Sopho- ' mores wrote and told me to haze myself." p I . 4 .QQ Page 289 ni luv' -1 E 1 M f-: ' - X I f . r ' 1- v 'f -' -f -- V f I - T .v Az,-A -9:-s-491+-f. ,slQf4W'x"Ri 'Qf"5i ,,-22 ,..v:fn.Af'n'4.-A-qv p '19 fy, S. :b , N 3 . 0 2 'hw 7 f "L- 'fi , , , - ?:'vA9f5"k?5r?V"'93-'9 V"3Q5"N'5'T'S"?' F'1-1'1944"si4f'i'5'v-fi5'1'-fxaY""'Q"'k v. . Q ! it Q! E v . s ' g. xv. Ft, ' . K A X F X ? ' ' 1 I Ni 3 ' I 5 r 3 X , . , N ui SL H X3- 21 H -gx X 6 X w ,Q ax 'qx 35? N5 Q ik! -I sa bw ' 4' N ex gil - f 'N V f 'X Q N r' aa. k ' 'Q Q' I U Page 290 f . , , . X wi-f A- w 1925 X""X' - 'N + N x f 1 EP 4:4--X ev,..f'n...f':J,--fd-"9 5 6 V f F 3 1 W1 ,W , - -N K N 41551 Q 'IW I' ix 51 BN " N 59 'XY 1 U iv S 5 F f i M 25' X- ,ff Q WZ? I ' Hiking . f 'Q M Q V 3 coz L1 6 ' LGF E 6 Pofprg' ,M S, rp' if L 2 ' ,Fr X ' -my s K V ' in J, - , 34 W M is 'ff-if N f -1 dew f A nfm,gPm1es , Ei Bo5heT- aw! Om W., yd P, zz ,Q , ,T gs Ll F! K 4 ,I ' Nfg-""' , ' 4 X'-K ' ' l 7.x V' I 9 5 --I A 't r I Q E gm ' M2159 J I x 5 SX ' KJ r f- t P W 3 1 S Q Q W 1'umfEp,, - ' X 4 , Q fai E54-JF ia ' x 'W QQ wi xggik N ' uf 7 1 15- ' v N' SASAX W 5 Y, 2 'r 151. F ' b C5 1. S W 'HE WVTHOUT' Ps QQ UNT-PQK if if x ya Page 291 V 25 -',' . r 4 N "a""0"td1 P9v-wtfP'2a?2Nf9cfS+sA aisfvyewd-t KANGAROO COURT Credentials of the case as written on docket Time: 7:30 P. M. CCurfewJ i Place: Students Store Plaza judge: Fa-ulker Davidson Defendant: jelly Holmes Prosecuting Attorney: Turk Hammett Executing Attorney: Tippie Pollan , Jury: Peck johnson, Bob Blanks, I. H. Turney, C. W. Morrow, Sid Knowles, and- Lasses Fromm The case was duly tried and the defendant was found guilty of, among other things, being stuck up, a star athlete, sophisticated, sound sleeper, a IELLY- BEAN, AND WEARING A RED BOW TIE. The punishment was fixed at twenty licks with a wide belt to be administered by the judge. sKUNKED g The above words were inscribed in paint on the walls of the Loafers Sanc- torum when it became known that the renowned and highly touted pair of washers tossers, Tippie Pollan and Kirk Davidson, had been defeated by the little known team of Fluker Davidson and Turk Hammett The losers were automat1cally barred from p1tch1ng on the mun1c1pal courts for the time of twenty four hours Fay Briggs Oh' look at Fluker pitch Am t he grand? He hits their bats no matter Where they put them Any girl can be gay m a nice coupe In a show they can all watch you slumber But the girl worth while 1S the girl who can smlle When you take her to a lyceum number CAMPUS CHAT A WEAKLY RECORDER In another part of this book the Campus Chat is referred to as a weekly recorder of the various college activities This was a mlsprint wlthout a doubt This should have been a weakly recorder In upholding this View we wish to present a model Campus Chat which will prove that the Chat IS a weakly instead of a weekly Oar Campus Chat may it always be right But right or wrong our Campus C zat 11 ' , . i p y , ' , H H ' ' H , ' ' . ' I 1: , ' Page 292 fra' 1 , i 4 Marti.-A-f The Wampus Cat VOL MKNX CAROOLS CIR AROUND 1111: GLOB1: rn -ro 11'W"Ix0 s-ri FINE HEALTT-ll Xie rw ff':fh:'f,Q,.t H fi , Fme tunes "":,,.fX' TO seem FINE HEART P""N I K wr? aff L- J Nagy' ,Q 4-occ Pmtrz ,deity 924.2 ff' if I 'IT B. on mar 'rug' V BW'- READ THIS A limited number of in- vestors will be given the chance of a lifetime to become rich. The Denton-Krum Interurban Company offers the safest ' in- vestment of any company on the market. If you wish to double your money, wire at OHCC at Olll' CXPCDSE. Denton-Krum Interurban, Hollis Maness, Pres., Dyche Building, Denton, Texas. "This is the end of my tail," said the cat as she backed into the lawn mower. Page 293 PAPA NOAH GETS BACK AT HUNTSVILLE WAITER. Wliile at Huntsville, on a football trip, theboys went to a cafe forftheir dinner, and the following conversation ensued: Waiter: What will you have, please sir? Noah: Eggs. Vlfaiter: How do you like them? Noah: I like 'em. Waiter: I mean how do you like them cooked. Noah: That's the way I like them. lfVhen are they going to Wrap the rails around the balcony and orchestra pit with barbed wire? EpwAR0Ss2r REAGANS ENTERTAIN C. l C's 4. . The Reagan Literary Society entertained the C. L. C's Friday evening at the Cafe- teria. During the dinner a large dish of turnip-greens was brought in very conspicuously for President Delany. This notable, in an address which displayed very ellectly the re- sults of his training in the Literary Society, stated that he had been reared on them. After the social, President Delaney arose and very pathet- ically said: Ladies and Gentle- men, I am sorry but this is the -ah-the crop, guess. fi -, ff--1. f-.--.r -- -. rf- 1 Hill sa-awe-X Q, 1 :Q ' . fp 1 hz ' H ' u iiii la' O' . 4- .. ' J ' i EJG- 3' ,Tig ' , " is X I, . '. u , 1 5 r ' 6 . . - g f , Tiix l 19 Q 5 E 'ff Ja ffa'-' F -V1 Wu My I :Pi , 1 "t ile ,,,. ,,, V z STAFF VV1ll1s Floyd Imguxst Thomas Hardy Egohst Chfforcl Blanls Insplrauon a1st W1ll1S Sm1th BUSIHCSS Man ager ASSISTANCE Hugh Porter Poclunk Para grafs 'Vloveta Krell Socxety Edltor Jelly Holmes Athletlc Ed1tor Faculty Cr1t1c I N B I Hate to sa3 xt It Sounds so 1ne'1n And Shoclung But Nature beat 5 ou Santa Claus at Hlhn Peggy s Stocl lllg Strut novx gxrls You Know how e Boys Lool at 1t But Dont you Remember That Nlght Good old Bob Came To see you Yes Ile was a good Old Boy but just A Lxttle too slow for You And you accused H1111 OI not knowmg Ilow to say good mght just Because he d1dn t Try To create a scene For The hlms the Flrst tune the hghts went out O11 yes you laughed at hun dldn t you Sa1cl You were '1 twelve O clocl Glrl 1n a n1ne Oclocl Town NX ell th1s Is To tell you that he Was just about as Well Up On the latest Methods For XV1I'l1'l11'lg falr ones 'ts You VVere on the latest Methods For catchmg a Romeo So just remember You VVere probably the Chump Youxself HEARD IN SPANISH 420 Jack Gale I have to look fox many words M1ss Snuth That s all r1gl1t I tlllflli It IS good for a dog to have fleas It keeps hun from worrymg about be1ng Just a Og KING DOFS CUARD DUTY Durmg the ertcxtement near C I A Ralph Ramey was absent IIOIH Eco 320 domg guzud duty Phlllp Kmg was also 'Lbsent Mr Po1ter ven turecl I guess he 1S domg guard duty too Tommy TOIHDIIIHS Yes le IS domg Hlgh toner duty I-Ielen Pratt reports that she sat on her const1tut1on at chapel and then lost It some WDCIE about the Ad bu1ld1ng We wonder how lt got out about Jack Gale havmg 'm art1cle prepared for the Chat referrxng to Ursula Cunmng ham as Ukelele Cunmngham M1 Brown IHVIIGS all h1s to be p1esent at '1 dance Roman style at h1s home Saturdaw evenmg Mr Brown states that all clancmg wxll be str1ctly Roman that 1S nuwced danc1n w1ll be Chlef entertam ment Our bool Why C I A G1rls IVont Talk at the VIov1es may be bought at the Students Store durmg ll11S week only T1pp1e Pollan and I B Gr1ff1th Page 2 94 Q 57 ' ra. 2 . ,III I AQ ' ' 04 . , I f Lk , f . . . . A -' 4 1- 4 ' 1 C - I I ' - ' . f - . . , ' C f :EI-A 1 C T Q In - IL T 4 o . v I - I I . Q25 l . I I, ,I - . L .il ' ' ' - ' , ' - ' . . . ' - I , I, 1 I I I I I . . Hi , . I , 7 . n I . I . ,A I - . I' fl . ' C 14 - C Y v L ' - I. . , I , I . . . - I I I c . I . , I . my 1 - c 4 X ' ' 1 , . - . lf 3 th I . . I . ' . 1' El , - ' " ' , 'l -. - . .7 - students and former students -.fflfll I I C 1 5, 1 , , . gm ., I --I..I .I I I I I . g . . . I I I I r I ' ' I QQ ' ' . 1, " . . . ' 'A . . I I, . ' I 1 , ', 4 . 1 1 ' I7 . I . . l 1 ' . ' . I d h , I . . ' . e QT la ,.,, ,, . ,,t,, ,ef ,t,, I. , 1 k V . ,.,M : 1 1 Wf-'asain-res e-945-1,19 ii:-f":J+-fi--' 'B 9 EF: F. .-i n -3 V -V i V ,Q4 I is , Y ,W ,A , , .H . W9 ' ' it VANITY DISCOVERED IN KEEP ON THE VVALK JOKES THE PERSON OF Mr. King in a very forceful Smile for 3 Change' NOTABT-E SENIOR- manner was using his influence Shorty Mccarty had just if P4 - ,. - - Q to keep James VV1lllEl.l'11SOI'1 on . . . - 10C1'21.St1I1211-1011 IS Sflld 10 be the Walk. , met a g11'l.1I'l the Senior class f the thief Of time, but it may be "lfVell," retorted lfVilliam- and asked her for a date. H said that vanity runs close son, xl wasn't liguring on trot- 'fgayy kid, I Cafft go out with 3 1 second. Not long ago a dig-' Img- T ababy-H ' " nilied senior, Hollis Maness, POETRY OF TI..IE DAY "CripeS, I didn't even know x 4 awoke with his hair looking I H H you were married," ' C A flea ant a y sat on a ue. l ' ' like 1 brambie bush' Was' Said the liy to the flea, Mr. Compton: "lfVas Adam on the horns of a dilemma. .ILM us Hy H the first many, F, Torn by the desire to be at Said the H93 to the Hy, I D ' ,, . , - . ,, ,, Arch1ba1d. Nothin pre , X class on time and to appear well Let us Hee. . ,, ', ' in the eves of the pretty S0 the Hea and the Hy flew lvlous' -1 - -., maidens he chose after de- through a Haw In the Hue' Mr' Brown: Hwhere is Your liberation, the latter. Quickly ' h book?" H H grabbing a hair tonic bottle, he Hickory dickory dolclc 1 Leona: At home., ,L began to sprinkle his head with I llgoiggluiili-zigntip er SOC L Mr' Brown: , Thatt S 3 goofl ' what he thought was rainwater, She soaked 1ne one. place tO keep it. 1 YI d wrap 15 Coldred, and perfumed, He Hickory. dickory clock. UP good 50 lt Won kget dUStY- 1 P had always been told that' to N wh-1 Z get the best results from this i Mr. Odam fabsentlyyf I S beauty aid, it was necessary to forgot ray umbrella this j I rub it well into the scalp. mm-ning, deaf. 5-an To accomplish this end he be- " - Mrs- Odam: I-Ioyv did gan to rub and scratch, but I x you Come to remember f' lH0W COUNTS the S9-Cl Daft Of ,g ' , M you had forgotten it. , our talej it was shampoo. X M1-A Qdamz We1'1, 1 j1 Y K shouldn't have missed it, i X Q xl only I raised my hand wi: 2? XX to close it when it -1 X . . V' I I 9311- ,i"'! stopped raining. .',-. ,' Earbir: Do you want a :Lt Q X vsgggpl- S hair cut. -0 X 5 Q lv' Student in Astronomy: b 'I Hollis M: No, I want them I X l I Has anything been dis- all cut.. Z X covered on Venus yet. . Barber: Any particular way, g S' Q MF- SWSHSOH-Not if sir? Y Z 'X -Ti the pictures of her are Hollis: Yes, 05. W! gg? Ufffrf r c 1 . authentic. X 1 X g I - -... .... ng..- ..,, ,,-nfm. -- ' ' Bl P ' A. . luznn 2 , Fay Briggs-I dreamed ff"'f' I last night that I married the most handsome man D' "The Comforter has come," il-R Y 77-if: as-. J 00 ,. in the World. sang the man as the quilt- P IAM 0 Sam Davis-And were maker arrived. - We happy? A -V r , 'f Page 295 i. , a- f fr -- L , , . , V ,Y V '-ff--"M -'HN "-i' J Y Y , I , "S""e?f" fY"9A-w ef'-1-'Leia-',sL.-fife'..-1 af-L-ewesvest REMINISCENCES OF VAN ZANDT In an interview with chief sand licker Richards of the Van Zandt delegation, he re- lates some interesting events that he has witnessed, some notable carrying on in the land of peanut-grabbers. At one time, according to Rich a traveling salesman, having wandered off his track, noticed a crowd of lads seem- ingly in great joy. When asked as to the nature of the celebration, one of the natives answered: 'Why old Hiram Brandon is twenty-one today and we are -going to' tie him down and put some shoes on im. When asked about the differ- ent forms of amusement, Chief Richards says that some nights the boys gang up and go to a cane patch and chew cane till I 30 or 8 00 o clock He says that owls don t seem to notice the loss of sleep at all He adds that one night he remembers eight of the boys going to Canton to see a pic ture show It was almost 8 OO o clock when they arrix ed so the show vias over The manager said that if there were as many as nine he would show the show again however A to the x alidity of the above see MR. STOVALL TO THE RESCUE Mr. Stovall was stopped on the street Circus Day and in- formed that a tiger had just jumped into the car with his wife. "Don't bother me," retorted Stovall, "let the poor tiger take care of itself." Lloyd Davis-A fellow just told me I looked like you. Ben Sullivan-NVhere is he? I d like to knock his block oil. Lloyd-I killed him. OPTI M I SM Dear Sir: I got your letter about mv account Please be pachent I iull pax you as soon as some one pays me I ant forgot you If this vxasJudgment day and you ii as no more prepared to meet your C-od than I am to pay your bill you would sure go to Hell Good bye Yours truly Prof Anderson VI1 Bla11 A B C D Fish Ab1eCChocl L M N O Fish Blair S A R A B PHILOSOPHY OF A LATIN PROF. According to authority language was given to many but according to Mr.Brown woman got it away from him. Diana is spoken of in Roman Mythology as the Goddess of the chase. However, Mr. Broun would have us be- lieve that Venus is the Goddess of chase. A tack in the 'heel keeps a man on his toes. Mr. Brown writes on board: 'I will meet my classes to- ay." Dorothy Babb makes slight 'changes and it reads: ' I will meet my lasses. Mr. Brown retaliates by erasing the 'l, ' leaving: will meet my asses.' VVOUI DNT IT SEIIM FUNNY IF Bill didn t stutter Rubv Barkley wasn t red headed Slack didn t laugh Hardigree couldn t play basketball VVill1s Smith had four eyes Mr Morrow was a Hut Snag didn t go wlth the gir s Bill Yarbrough were fat Sociology Page 296 Yi N ! u xg, I f 9' x 1 -4, ' Yi I '5 A Y d K 4 h H H I 1 HI . I ta I . U . 1 y Y .11 I . . ll ' I .YY . A , i . I ll ' YA 1 ' -, , ' ' " ' ' fe, .l l 2. '-i . - I u H ' x ' . A6 I 1 A S ' I I A I' n A . , ' ' I me 4 . . Leland 1-iafdigfee. Amie-s A R TE. "Mn Compton Could forget T5 L fe , K 'll - i Y r, 1 -,-S , -,---:Y-f-W-f - : Y--1 Y ,,-:rf-1. Xin fire-vw' 1-X. I Q . s I A1 s 1,1 'H av 'sa -h',,.f' 'iz Hl lflgl -rt ?s . 5, THINGS THAT NEVER 'HAPPEN ' p Postponed classes E No noise from Cameron Scarborough's trombone as the band plays the "Ole Gray Mare" . ' Q Snag's playing at guard being poor ' xi 91 VVillis Floyd and no Polysyllables Y I K S Mr. Brown's not complaining about women Cin a matrimonial sensej V if VV. P. Smith without the Grand Cantylon ta Q, Arvy Ligon and no moustache X :Q Henry Lewis and no track 'H Ivan Oliver and no girl +43 . Miss Smith and no philosophy in Spanish 420 T 'S 1 A Yucca editor without troubles I, A' Kit Carrico and all work complete -'Q 'P The library not being swept by jim g The college and no Marquis V I THINGS THAT NEVER FAIL A, Mrs. McCracken ps Calvin Jones being at the Bass House off nights ' f Curfew English classes if H Some one rushing the Hightower Twins l, Q Mr. Metzenthin and Miss Parrill at chapel is Fats Simmons and Ivan Oliver trying to gain favor with the ladies , if Q - Wallace Davis raving in Mr. Ratliff's Education in 4' X Everette Curry struggling with some form of Yodling ' f Mr. McDonald's flow of speech i I Fred Coffey finding the staff something to do ' , my Mr. Blair before each Fine Arts Course I' 5' Outside reading under Mr. Compton Q H just discovered-a man who speaks seven langua es Huentl V-En lish, 3 ' , g Y g Q, White, negro, slang, profane, dog latin and athletics. is Student in Eco.: "I know of a family of negroes consisting of twenty-two T-A members." J . Steger Qrecently marriedl: "Mr, Porter, I can beat that" fthe noise was too 67 . great for Steger to proceeclb. , ' Brickhouse: "Who in the sam hill hit me, I'd like to know." J: Lasses: "I did, what of it?" lv 5 xi Brickhouse: "Er-aw-It was a thundering lick." , E. T - Here we have a man presentable to misfortune. Miss who? Q' g X Rf. ?L Page 297 . ,I , vhs- it ,g A .2 ', ' V a N5 Last of Mohicans T tif, 6- fix x f J fix I CY' 1, x A fx ' ' ' 11 , 5, gl f I 5 1. s 5. ' X it 'T D ' :-3 V . Sf I 'i .5 7' A," T Q f fem F 7 2 ' L i '9' I if X l Q 1 K ""' M' X T , bat I T rfb 'U 94 ' ' l X - ,- N? " NX, Q Fd Qi f ' Sf if : ..: ,,,,gfg,f',Eff5Q 5 T , li' LINK l. THF 'MAZUM X' VFRY 'qi ' 0 1 V Ai' .EL H ef EMPTY Q .al eh. ii f yyf T Ii la NN T , I: I-If f Q , 4 11:5 Z A Sag ,af T gig H. ' Blu Eauak os 'z se ' . 'UMUKWMMIIII ' ' SENIOR WEEK-A WEEK OF QUEER INCIDENTS Things we didn't know but learned during the week H, L H' Mon. Night That the Seniors had a basketball squad " it . That Snag Perryman and J. E. Lincoln were bunco fiends 2:51 ' p That some people sure can cover hot chocolate and cakes 4 That John Davis didn't know his name when introduced i Tues. Night That Mr. Burk makes a good butler That some of our teachers sure can "fix up" ad That the faculty makes some entertaining body M Wedzi Night That some queer specimens attempt to win fame on the stage P That W. M. Hamilton has more talent than any man can utilize . ' ,u" , That the student body can certainly act like they enjoy anything, l V hether thev do or not 9-x W ' , 4 Thurs. Night That the Dramatic Club could really be useful by filling in the g eq' Seniors' program "1 That there was a team, called the Gypsies, who could beat our girls , , Page 298 E J ' ,ij .vigm gjg 1,533 1: -Q- fi" Y., S-5' 1" li5',k4-ii-v9Qi 'f, 'v97v"F'4- iv x ge- ff H +.-:1 ' Fri. Night That the Eagles can win over commercial teams as well as college C h teams A QV That Dr. Bruce is a constant source of amusement of the highest Q! ' type at a banquet - 3 That Tommy Tompkins would make a good dean if his regulations A were used , x, That all Seniors would fall for Dan Cupid even so far as to take V I Y him, in the form of Rolfe Wells, to Dallas That what the Senior social committee can't think of has been is long forgotten Sat. Night That Mr. Medders and his crew- practised some rich stuff on the -4 interurban I That some of the class sure got out of sight mighty quick, and didn't lj, ,if reappear until time for the show 3, That some senior girls would stag over in Dallas and let someboys ' I ., , come back all alone and lonesome 3 ik . That Tommy Tompkins and Estes Hargraves had quite a time 3 , adjusting the windows on the car fthe girls were next to the Z if windowsj Q gf That Pie McCombs couldn't understand why the painters drove so f - fl ' fast in Dallas first, because the truck was driven fast - X Y That no one could sleep or hardly keep seats ax I uf , Snag and Pie and Turney yelled fore and crowned everyone with l newspapers I That the Class is certainly indebted to the social committee for the ' A ll planning of the enjoyable Week kg Y SENIOR HOSPITALITY ' if Seniors gave a party in honor of Freshmen. Among the forms of enter- 48 tainment were a genuine in basketball, an air-plane ride for their president, and f 9+ then a dismissal without refreshments. fi Philip King was on his dignity at the tea sponsored by Seniors. I-Ie had S- been forced to place his chewing gum behind his left ear. Miss Schoonover 'Rf I N, entered and King violently quivering in the throes of a rigor, shook the gum from l ,I its resting place causing it to fall in his tea. CKing passed out.j ea N Delaney: You mean to say that your wife didn't even open her mouth I! 4 about your coming in at 2 A. M.? ' L' 9, Bralley: She couldn't. I put some cement in her face massage. A Y gi I WANTED -' A A hair cut Cleo War1'en I X A beau Corrine Collins 9- A snap course Eliiabeth Spencer , I A shave John Ashburn 4 .gi - Page 29g N 'I-ffffff 'f-' -Y ---f , --i ',f'ff- 'Nw'-V ' 1- :Ir f if f - . -'iv-x ww- 2-Q-Aer'-cw--f offs-'eva--44-Tv'1'4l ,-Pa,--'S -h'...ff:s'-Aw-"0 TW- ' xv. 1 L-P .Q N -L ul -I 1 7 '-T319 VV Aiflf A3 ,i N Mfvyai- LJ "'-,,,,, wr' , X P5 'iv 3 .fig-, 3 L 113, 3 ,if ffl. 1 ,rf Lgyii rg: -1-R-, :FM M59 I3 . Y :J , '55l!Q3s,.,, if ig? 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Q9 G-ee Whiz, I wish you'd quiet down over there. sg F U-nderstand C. C. you're leaving me too much space. ' . Y-ou might help me a little if you run out of Work. f CB- G-et some snap in it there, this goes out April 2. L A l E-ternally telling a joke. Keep them for your section. V9 T-his is thelpublication office, Philip, ,not lover's lane. i Ti T-ake some pictures today, or this Yucca can't go out. gi ,g HO-h, my, this gets monotonous. D 'Bs , :GX V W-allace, what a conceited stenographer you have. L, ' O-h, you slacker, why dicln't you come early? i 55 R-un more pages in the "College Life" section. Q4 1 K-eep your hands off those pictures, Jack. f 1 s- EL W-e must have service in here. . ' I-Want an O. K. on every page that goes in. K 4, L-ookfwho that guy is with now. X' 9- L-eave those pictures like I put them. p Y-ou owe this staff atreat. It's the best yet. i O-h, such a life. ' g 45 U-s get for home, it's ten o'clock. ' 91 is Page 302 C ,QQ A A in 'H I I I I gf ,V Q, H VX. f'8" 'R"3-6"?v"4s ff' 201' W'-f7'S494-'x"' 3' ,,. Y 2 he The Avesta Freshman Day 1927 T 1 . " rv dxf GOD BLESS OUR WOMEN QA M, By Audrey Rogers, '29 ,V Ng and Helen Bower, '31 551 , , fv- - They re saucy and they re fickle, f gd And they're mighty hard to please, 9 i VVe have to cater to them all, X T f ' Upon our bended knees, 3' .Q They're flighty and inquisitive, ,v a Exasperative toog , L And everyone must find it out somehow ' 'Q Before he's through. ' ' X, They reason with a suddenness, QV, 3 They make a fellow jump, L4 5 A And they don't find it hard at all K 5 To make him look a chump. f - .f i A ' 3 jg They cannot give a reason , - T T Q For a single thing they do, T , 1 They jump at a conclusion gg With no valid cause in view. 2, 3 T They're fussy and they're frivolous, Sometimes it seems that Way, sa '22 They're tender and they're heartless and if 5- They're prudish and they're reckless and V l ,T In faults they all abound, . k ag They cost a lot of money, but A Av- They're nice to have around. , , g rs. V has 21- ,dx Q5 wi is x KST A vi ,bf xg it is Q Q Page 303 I H L li ,-., , , I. ,. g. ,N-,VLZL N, ,..,,.,:,. vr., YL! -'I 4 lv- ,-iv I- ,,,4 ,I X X .U N--fxfvf-4-fwf'x, s-.-'H--'sw-rw-'rf'---l-,f---f T -f-iff'-wks-A-'1v"?'-s N-.efb-f-fv-f W 1 Q. . . ., . E . . S .. , . . I WITH THE BASKETBALL BOYS on l A until we saw his sinking coiuntenan Us yhwe waited at the depot' for the Coach is train for th h id ce a t e last moment. Soon we boarded the ff ,Za l els ort r1 -e to the town of many Cowpensf' here we took another l Q train to continue our Journey to the longed-for Canyon. 3 in Orggrrtgciifj sig- at oncelthait it would become necessary for him to play silent H heartened wheii thdrcfiijlwl 126. manner' We were greatly disappointed and dis- si .bu uctor informed us as we rode out of Ft. Worth, that we F.. f , Wouldi bg elicpected to remain quiet, as there was a sick lady in our car "DOC" i if N ' Soon . a t e in ormation as to how long she would be with us, which wo ei gractically all day. As the sad and disappointing news was passed arouiifild ij rew a long breath and settled down. ' A l ip I But the burden was too muchg we soon decided to leave for the smoker to 'A enloy a few 50235 alld iokes- At CVCFY Stop, we got off to see what we could see l . . H 0W2l 6 e oac and call for ' - '. Q T 1115 FCPIY WGS "Say, guy, get quiet." Finally at the eleventh hour wccinailizixieiiflgldi if gi to the grst call for dinner.. After eating what was prepared, we returned to our X T E213 is Hd d1?oc and Rich, ' each with a pocket full of sugar blocks that they fl Callgczlppe Arita their pockets instead of the tea. This was a good substitute id YQ somie kind - Sdlme wroie thleerziiesassbmiciilditifiilead Siiion becime engaged in Work of H I . l - ' , 1 s an 1 ' writing to their lady friends at home. Soon our frfiliici-:ls iiiriiziieiniliflhstilfyltuiiiientlfglqg il! .X game f01' the following night. At last the clock struck seven, the whistle blew ia sq and the Eagles went on the court feeling hungry for revenge. At length Sunday ' W . . morning came, we arose early and broke training by causing a fast disappearance 4 X- of the sweets from the table. This meal we had been looking forward to for some N Vi fofu' months- After breakfast we took a bus for Amarillog here we found our N 3 4 imp home Wjas Soon undef WHY- VV e were amused to see from the windows so 'QF ,I some so with a Suiti-iii 1-51. Stat lilandsband canyons. But this soon became tire- 'iqf Coach Reid was deeply interegtedwikseiliig eivihiiirgubgglafiofldlrglzyygjmvjel11,3331 , . bered .places at our Denton home that usually caught us on Sunday afternoons N5 and nlghts. Naturally we began to wonder if we would reach home before the T gi readed hour of ten. As the train rolled along it seemed as if we were going lv. li to'be able to see our fair damsels. The old razor was put into use, fresh laundred .BTL shirts and collars were produced and in the course of an hour not a ball club, but l f I 1 5:12519 Ofvglvfiefeflf 100141115 b?YS could be seen. Hardly before we were finished ' ,au At th. g, 'ere in orme o a train wreck ahead-and a' delay of several hours. ig 5 is our spirits fell. Some thought it a Joke, while others realized the serious- ff y S ness of the situation. Soon the train was flagged and we went to the earth 1 at l' , Page 304 l ff. .. I , g , V V NT Cer'4'ammN Cnr: ' 1 - . ,. tf"we-2-'ws-vs Pisfvrffffwa-ifs..-ww.-faves, E T ' ff again. Finding the balance of our return by rail impossible, Mr. Reid called 5 Q home for cars. He then informed us that we could reach home as we had ex- A, pected, and this we did, each going his way to the different women's boarding Q' 5 houses. s X y Now the season of "twenty-five," was brought to a fairly successful close, x in probably ending the basketball career of three or four of the men. Along with S much joy and work, we learned to love Mr. Reid, and the dear old College, too, 'gf for her support and loyalty. E. I, A X if - "ODE TO THE CORONA" hx They flocked in from the country, N 3 And they flocked in from the towng ', 3 The conductor asked them, "whither?" if And they all were Corona bound! f Some were small and some were tall ones, jf A Some were pretty, some were notg K I But as they passed through Lewisville 27. The boys shouted, "Tl1at's some lot!" , Should you ask me which their building, ra 3, Wliat the place of their abode, I should answer, I should tell you, "Corona, a la mode!" . f 5. That's the reason of their cuteness, X5 N That's the reason of their pep, l 3, So when you go to the old school A ' N Choose Corona-She's in step! ,Qs ,as A Every Senior has his week. les p Every Junior Cand every catj has his night. S' ' Every Soph Cand every runnerj has his weakness, -X5 Every Freshman Cand every dogj has his day. ' 35, Did you know that F. A. C. means Fresh Air Coffee-Y? S r x 3, ' . J 5-. h fo' E, " Q 'Q Q Page 305 ' . g g , F I g I X ' Lv' Yvf ldvfi ve " ' ' ".3-- " 10456-44oe" N Vf"'v99k. 1'x'9v""4s2"'?0f'41-Af'i0 1 K+' 'B 20 IE, 1 mmf wg er..-fav--te Q - f 1 WHY GO TO TOWN TO BE CHEATED? ' Absolutely no credit 3 V ' If you have no money, take what you want while the . 5 clerk is not looking. CYou will be cheated anyhow.D 5 CANDIES . HUCK FINNS HERSCIIEL KPOWELLJ BARS g TIN LIZZIES , CHARLEY HORSES OH BABY 5' O-HELL-o FLUNKERS ' Prompt and courteous service by expert city-slickers 1 Cliief Clerk, 1. H. TURNEY 2 'H Try our moth He was a soph, we cleaned his it eaten moth balls. They make pockets. Our woolen underwear will ' the moth bawl. E tickle you to death. ! . U. , 1 T BUY HERE 1 ,Q Our projits are small: GOLDFISH flapping all you can Stand. Ki Candies. ................ 1002 He was a slime, and we took him in. y ' V Pencils ................. 216'Z, Light is furnished by a crack in the is Tablets ...... - ........... 100'Z, door. Trash is removed by the Turk General sales ............ 33372, Hammett Hot Air System operated A N Our expenses large: by Doc Hayes. ' . jg Taxes and expenses ...... 35 .10 '95 OBSCENE GUM FOR MELLIFLUOUS BREATH, BLIST-ERATED f 1 He was a juniorg we fooled him. V Old themes, collected by Tippie Pollan, at reduced rates He was a Seniorg he left busted. 1- A PE' No change is returned Birdseed, lc eachg 10c for 10. X to the customer. We Corn plaster guaranteed to V as take all, even the hide. stick, 5c per ring. -5, W. E. CHEATU WRIGHT it Trade -with us S il OPEN ALL THE TIME EXCEPT WHEN CLOSED Page 306 p 5.1,.4N-.q'-.Lg-914+-,fx laifh-vvqgf'-?4'4L ,-11' g fflslg-fl"K"'Jw MARTIN STEVENS 8c CO Solutzon for All Thznvs Nothing too little Nothing too big For WI: ARE THE LONG AND THE SHORT Or IT See Us Anywhere on the Campus JOHN ASHBURN 8: ARVY LIGON COMEDY WITH EACH SHOW The Fzghtzng Jlloustache ADMISSION THE RIGHT PULL THE HOTTEN TOT PICTURE PALACE Coldest Show in Town No Fires Come and See what we have I - Owned and Managed by THOMAS DAVIS and WILLIS FLOYD SCREAMLAND THEATRE Always a bad show sometzmes a worse one Monday thru to Tuesday IN OTHER WORDS Featuring Fred Coffey and Ellen McClure 1I'1 an all star cast 1l'1ClLld1I1g Wallace Davis Estes I-Iargraves E v e r e t t e Curry and Leona Mahan Tuesday and Thursday THI: MOST INDIVIDUAL WOMAN Welta Angel co star w1th jack Gale aided by Louise Smith Fred Slack Ivan Oliver Cormne Collins A scintillating drama of the uppercrust a Society revelation Frzday and Saturday WHEN BETTER TEACHERS ARE 'MADE, TEACHERS COLLEGE WILL MAKE THEM" , R. L4 Marquis, W. J. Mc- Connell, Edith L. Clark, J. E. Burk, Elizabeth Foster and 100 other Stars. A picture of 2,000 people, costing the state money SMITH, RUCKER 8: VICKERS Extractors Special attention given to juicing for cream We Know Our Cows HEADQUARTERS IN TI-IE COWLOT Page 307 For Special instructions in the technical art of baseball manipulation See BRADSHAW 8: CURRY Boys' Gym x TRACK WORK A SPECIALTY JBLLY HOLMES, Tutor A I L , ,G 44 I Ia I Ff og 'Q K 'R . NL . '1 ,I , s"" ". 'T' 'SI , , V or 1 "f""95f"5G1'V"'P?5-W'V'T03?ND9"'Sr'i . Q F'wi9fH4"svf-4-fif5'w-fic!!-I-aff? gE hi . . Q9 . . 6 5 ' fy 1 , f 'Z ll 4 H I . I 1 ta - I - N X 7 I , .QL II !l 4 Y 4 L . . - ' P . . 3' ll ' ' 79 1 7 I . n , u y g n u , - 1 . . 1 WI fa cc 'A r 19 25 waffe-feawwfr-4 I W Q41- fzmdfifs. VW'Y25Pu-xa.Y"NaE'Nx9-gg SHOWING Now at the Present Eg Lb? fu-fzef-fp.-'va-xc-A-Aasfvfvgw THE LOAFER S MECCA Agents for THE PAINFUL CORN SNAKE BITE REMEDY Also GROWITT s HAIR AND STOMACH TONIC O MYITT HURTZ Starmng HILDA HONEY 'wat z IMA LEMON 000 N Pole Street ICELAND ALASKA CATCHEM 81 W. E. SKINNEM 1-I We HHVC H Good LUIS Experts at Clzeqztems of Bull NO Extra Charges When you want sugar Meat Market We have plenty Of soap N 0 Cents Necessary A. - FOR BUILDING SPECIFIC LXTION S A A ee x LANG CARCHIBALDD and WILLIAMS CHENRYD . ltr Archztects j N Spec1al attent1on glven to all physrcal propertles Of materials f We put 1n PIPES for steam systems 9' that w1ll not push out the walls "Q- 'Y 6 Main Ofhce, SC1ence Bldg Room 102, N. T. S. T. C. Oc: FOR DIRTY WORK 3, te A See X BUTLER WAILLIAMSON CORPSEORATION 3, I 9 BUTLER Corpse WILLIAMSON-Orazion 5 ' f fx WALLACE DAVIS JOHN B. REID , N Connoisseurs 'in 'Q' 3 matter of 'women K Our chO1ces are always .taken by other men as ,Q Q, Page 303 - A ,, X . A .h . A y kf , C A Q' P .V , . , if ' . ,, A - f- .E U , y K . A I 51 3 U- A fa 1 A !:. DELANEY SL ROBERTS 94 xi Q, n. 2. f 9 . . 5 H- Aw . . ,. .Y - 1 - - - f ff f X p gag!-gfp',avf,aL,+-L -aiu. f24.,..,-Q.sg4..L.fAq.4.q la',a-Vega.-Qvf'-is ,.-91 ,91 Ia.,-'ss'-A--19 I ggiv-spprvxay yma A O K .QE . ax 4 A s A A STUDENTS' BOYCOTT CORP. Q! lit . Operated by AV NGTICE I. CHEATUM and U. BEATUM , The Editor would be glad to We Beat you Riglzt PQ C hear of marriage or death of G. h t O ' f ,J ' f h Al ' u ive us a c ance a y ur 5' any O t e umnae roll and a check from "Dad" Xa win look like 3 Million D01- N Sb. lars. l j Ti . Xi 3 . I 3 -+1 v 35.00 REWARD ,ef at A WILL BE GIVEN TO ANY ONE WHO BUYS A YUCCA A A Q4 AFTER FEBRUARY 28 Wi J ' bg 2. M Eg x ' WANTED A x I . ,gf Answers to Archibald Lang's questions. Exs.-How hot will steam become? ax Wliat happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable mass? How cold k 91 can ice get? How many potatoes are there? How long is a wagon track? fax ,g as x V ba 8. MCCRACKEN'S HALL 1 Z I CThe Emporium of Noisej X u "1 it Campus courses under special instructions f B' CYou are never asked to be quiet or not to stand in hallsj K X A Sometimes you get post-graduate work under the president. 'QQ 'X 5 'af For Special Rates, See Pearl C. McCracken A A ' If qh in' Page 309 - ,,, , , gd, ,N -Y . , V ,X ,N V Y 'fi A - n 4 V1 -A -Y - 1 Y 'fry -fy-'11,r1Xi6 i ,ei-lyvff--ri, G+-0-A 4vf"'v5R 'E'r"'414'f"f f'--fb-sf4f' .- 1,- Q T .4 N ku 'F YM" 'i'-U?l-2----Aw E: ' we rvv- fi-ffv-?fW- -,. ,., , A , 1 43--?fqxL'1.1y,f':1 L-'-,il N' H fab .ig-wma'1-..3-.j-1 .Y-:ue -,,.'-,:r fl' -- f-M ,, -- ,--,-, lfzg ' Af 1 5+A4f3-lm 'A 5fffLAl1" gi' -7 ... i i.. ,, ,,, .Q ,LVL - .a,.ir3iX-- ..'1kl',". EH 'ES YM J- 'AJN KL, ij? If fsgl gg 3. H 1 al' A gi QT M MM ' 'r gi I Fix- Qn -V ,, 1 ,M Q f f A R X iii ,Qx WI P It 41 fx, uj 'gi TQ, s'-'F xy "x- I " 'Bl 423 UI! mu A5 I Viv ' ' K Fefl 166 Q5-31 " K. ,lk :QQ ff 4 ,, 4 H1 -an Ji? Ig. , - . . ' 1 15? Q ,J H, 'gig' Wi! bij? 9 ik ' w, gig -ZT' lil Jef 1.-1 M rfxsg Q 11,2151 xi' mf Nr L: ,F- x 1 Wg 'fi FW' if Pill' :Ea V24 N' 55-,QQ EH 5,1 7 , P ,M :M 1, ge A rl wi 4 Q 3. AIX gil ' H mi Raw! ,415 , J, bfi 1 Hi M fit, 1 5 WL' .' 51 'fini-L ' EF Q2 Page 310 'lf 'F'-x i-,hw-T'F'T'fhz3:f N 1 4, .-f -V J- --V---vb , . - ..-- ,Q V135 -f Qi ,Q-rfffzq,-:Q '. :pq Jew- ,,Q.,,41,, ' f , , W A 14 ,gn X, , .QW -S' ,Q V. -,A ,- f , lvM:,LJ:i:,L,gigA'1 ,QE.ifEi1.H1'.L- f'5"lQf-15?-251265 L? 'Drill ,LQ5 iigffii-: iyix fffizxfff-Qikg 39""'F'5"+:vv'fs2Wve t ebvw-ws f'4-fivfdfaife'-f1:4....Aev-1-we E N it A 5 ' COLLEGE AUDITORIUM' T ON 'ly Eg April 1, 1925 fi, S CLIFFORD BLANKS EQ' CBefore the rnirror in his roomj fy ' T f , IN l 5 - YoU GOODLOOKING 'DEVIL Xa ' He breaks women's hearts and S 3 dashes the pieces to the ground , . '6 CUnder auspices of I. E. Blair Operatic C0.j S 1 A. a N THE HUMPING KAMEL THEATRE E if O We have the phantasmal phantasmagoria tonight E T - ST. VITUS' DANCE 5 V, in E ' with- T N3 A ' LOUISE Srour and EUGENE TANNER H E' C Coming .Soon it 151 1 X4 5 H WILLIS FLOYD G T , gg R SAL AMMONIAC E S 4 '. - E A NA N S I-I2 SO4 QMAUDE LARAMOREJ to Produce Reaction A 3 ,N ' 53 1? V NY ax L We wonder why J. R. Sloan spent the first half day 8 9' after the campus was freshly plowed wandering around A "qw O R 'Q W over it like he had lost something there and was earnestly R Q looking for it. 7 E -5 C' . H' E We also noticed Lloyd Vickers looking for fish bait T 1 Q the following day. s -5 5 4' 1 Speaking of walking reminds us of our -three champion walkers. They are bv We Sloan, Mr. Floyd and Isabel Stiles. Humpty Miller's stride looks short in corn- 'N H parison with that of this noble three. 9" We have attempted to get snapshots of these strides but it is impossible. ,- X The only thing secured was the picture of one leg and the shadow of the other, tg it far, far, ahead. Mr. Vitz was called upon but in spite of his ingenuity his efforts - i were fruitless, due to the length of the stride. ini Page 311 i , 'N V .vfi-Irv?-C,e'fv1'fC 521,-ATM!-44'iv4+-f-X. glafwhfwfw-Gfifit,-H2401 hiafaiw-4+-4 V W4- V- E g ., ,.... W .. ,. ., , W .. .. , . ' iv gi 1 1, ' 5 Y' Q E wx ag ' 4 V if Q f fa 'X X Tl-IE END Q Ev' 617' i pvlbhivf 2 if 1 3 3 1, ii S " ' ' 2a -'R " J: , . . ., . , hwfpyfafwfpyvs tr-"5a3JNm?"'Sfs fu-1194-nfga-Kia?-.-A-'eies+IG' be utta gUlJBI'If5BlI'5j THE ADVERTISERS in this edition have contributed their support -toward makings the 1925 Yucca a success and deserve the undivided patron- age of the student body. They have shown their appreciation of the students by advertising in all official publications on the campus Read the message of each advertiser You will find that your dollar will buy just as much from them as elsewhere P533 f r f YZ If l . , . , B, i il i l ' . . ff- ? ' . J X . as 1 ' UL ' lex 6 !- 'gi i Xi , Q A fs i 'f Q Q ll 8 1 ll . , . . , .. , , ,, Y. , -.,, , , , ,, X5 ,va-,rev 'M Q hx P' Q v ia X SL fi ,Q K tl x 5. -Q f'Q1G'gf.4sf5L4.,4X,5'.,,,ri,g1.,,..gXafg...t?' ff A if 1 Q S VISIT Sf, ig ' P Li jx Teezefzery Cellege Store F 3 '. 1 fmt Opposite 3. ' Ammmmfm Building H QQ wi 2 The Store for the Student Q ' . S4 3 PX 6 S5 COLLEGE SUPPLIES OUR l pf L SPECIALTY E94 V I IQ! gf WWE HAVE ILP OR ' ' ' WILL GET IT" -3. . 'Z 3 ROY VOERTMAN, Owner N ' " 5 S i? Page 314 E , we-A 19251wf+-X-'ameri,-ff'f-'vu-':4.+4-+-XP ,":.q4afaf2f's-41:-Q-xeva-feat Q .2 R ia 3 ll gr 4 -l N 3? " j E , 'S 3, 2, 1 f l if -fa l ' Adminiftratiovz Building ' Yi X , bg 3- Mrth Texaf Slate Teachers allege l 1 DENTON, TEXAS Q 5. R. L. MARQUIS, Preficlent e Y ' 5 5 ,Si ' Established in 1901 for the training of teachers for the public schools of Texas. Y ig. I Four years of standard college Work leading to the L11 Bachelor's Degree. X 5 Scholarships are offered to the honor student of -ff ' each high school graduating class. These scholarships i x l exempt the holders from matriculation fees. A ca B' ' Students may enroll at the beginning of either of Z ' - the four terms of the school year-Fall, Winter, Spring, Ni is or Summer. Q l , f V- For bulletin giving detailed information, address tx P. E. MCDONALD, Registrar fi .ax . Q S, A Q Q Page 315 R V ,e -e. - a . s S. -f f S if 1. xv g .v'w-fvvf-Civ-"i vw- ri Cer'-ice---f-. Mr'-'v'a-1-4"?v"Ss f"fv'f'h-fir'-"'R"1" 3: Q ffm' of ff l- fe ' ie, ,Ai e , C e 1 if -7 A . x - ' . ,sg 1 . .. - 7 4 Q ' ' Us is s 77 's 4, 94 Al ' 0 0 B-. 2 ' ,i fel? Exif' 'T-ff 4" 5 .r 1"'t'ff ff if - The .Z W. Gray Company g , x gl , l l lmlllgllllfl ' 4 , . ? I , ' aa We ll sf , 4 A' ami 'xl V we-1 X Exe Wfyff wa, w ere l, -, .111 - w - , N...-N . , wx , ,QQ , -- zi' :- WZZIAZ, . sss gq- 1. -. , ! 'MM if ,vwz-'-' 455' lk ' fjvl - QS? six?- gfff k f-was N-X NX 'QQF 1 W' y,7.:.'W "',.,.f41z X 5 f 'N XX YQ QQ? , X , gafqflzifgfaj ym- ,- :-f:- YL ask by " -' ifmiiifil' 'W x X M y .- ' WN ' 0 ZW? fe r ff , 4' p AS,- 3 WI ,Ka ma-15--W fa fy, ,W , 1 V -Q, qlx ' :WW ani-1:1942 gm 4" 4f1 J ,W 1- ,..' 4,441 ,-a?.mm.i,m1?LW, g Q I uk SELL' x S , n?"f,'2f+2f,11 W 12" W df - w --' Q 'wk' W ,www v If W , N- f X x-P ., 'Q - - W lf Elm "fm f ' ff 1' !"f'f-- V , l-.v::--..- X 0 N ' fl 5 , ' C 3. , fl ,Tu sgklllqgpbp 4lL5V:' " 4- '- , ffrfinl. 1 C N V ' 1 ll l 'f, :gr My r, , r 432:75 ' 1,.:7 '. "W-55 ,A-np ':7fl57'5,f, , I g Efgavmigiig? .g:q:5Q?5Q'V 'iillfffffiilll - I-" ff w X ff 1 'Em- cy 'lhe J W G1ay Companys name means to you in Merchand1se what the EAGLE EMBLEM means to your r healt above all othe1 College Emblems. l As the EAGL1: leads so will you ind our apparel always leadmg 111 Quallty, m Style, and in Value. pr We have Correct Apparel for 'LAll Occasions? We r speclahze 111 everythmg to Wear for the "College man and College Woman who desire Togs of Individuality. , fha Stove of Certain Satisfaction gray Company S uccerronr to 5 RUSSELL-GRAY-JONES CO. f ' wav ,dv-X M., as-4 -w-aaa--4.4 19 25 Yi 'Q' N! as f WX X x 5 N '4 'll N lx , 5 x Q 'J Y! 'V - 'N Y -- ,711 MB '27 E' .-... g ' E :Z 'E E 1 ' f y "dz,-Z ' f'L? f , .A as Lex l I 74 ka E- l f Q? Page 316 i X , 93 E at Q 3 M V 1 DREAMLAND THEATRE E Ka C . - xf F HThat Which 'fs of Supe1'io1'sQuaZity x Ever Quickly Seeks Its Kimi" 3' :ff E E 1 5 3' 1 SUMMER GN 19 E WINTER ,Q 4 ' cc 77 f' a "Cool as a Caffe" ' , Warnz as Toast 7 1 E ,J E A f Qs - Programs Quickly Selected for YB tx I - Those Who Demand the Best Q Let our SCICCQ advertise your ka ? sports-it's free B, ' Ka NN If 'it's at the Dreamland, ifs the L92 best to be found Q. ,Ex es 3 N9 3 s, Us . 41 WHERE THE BIG CROWDS GO , . ss., , . I 5 E ff S. e , 4 Q Page 317 nh- wa-sas-4 19 25 l'5Lf"'x'9i.3'V""4 if ' 5 A QA I wg A A N IG ' ' f g atura as V1ctOr1Ous 5A . Ig 5? A FRIEND TO THE COMMUNITY, -4 V A SERVANT OF TI-IE PUBLIC, - I , T 4 'S A ktHIRED HAND7, OF THE HOME, AH ami gl ix it O A I TI-IE LAST WORD IN FUEL EFFICIENCY - A Q nl EE i I jg rg ,S I i I R Jhfunzfqbal QQ! Company Q ,L I '24 Partner With the Public" K ISS T4 ' 3 PHONE 74 I Ie x 224 WEST OAK STREET A 2 ? Z1 5 X A .Q EA ' , . S, I A Qt , ' Page 318 ' E 55 ' . I I9-+A 19 25 f'5ff4'4"x"Q?'5'x""4 P 5 'I ,WA , gr: S iu I I ll I - I Yi 6 N THE Well-dressed college man is the one who makes the most friends at 2 'Q the college and Who, therefore, gets the most out Of college life. You know What We mean When We say the "right" clothes-clothes that are - I correct in style, cut and fit, according to college standards. Clothes of '4 3, good style and not of the freakish. Clothes that give one an assurance ft qi through the knowledge that he is right-Sartorially speaking. It has been 1 1 Q, our privilege to 'have served many of the more discriminating dressers A F. among college selections from such representative lines as na' , STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES, FASHION PARK CLOTHES, CLOTH- H' A j' , CRAFT CLOTHES, DOEES HATS, DOBBS CAPS, HOWARD ji t AND FOSTER SHOES, EDWIN CLAPP SHOES, EAGLE SHIRTS - 75 ' f A 1 READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL FOR MEN, VVOMEN AND Q CHILDREN. DRY GOODS AND ALL KINDRED K I it LINES. SHOES. HOME FURNISHINGS. if s' 'L M THE WILLIAMS STORE 7 QS COURT SQUARE-EAST N55 In Denton Almost Half cz Century X 7 -Sf 4 QR A I ' ni N I . ' . Q, In Sxffmnge aizonnl Hank ,QI Y if ' COURTEOUS ATTENTION TO THE BUSINESS OE STUDENTS- T - f 6 I fi I Y 4 . Ig A9 DENTON TEXAS I Ak x 'Qt 3, ' A3 31 Y' -1, , z 1 1: -., sp If 1 x f . N - ,. 1' 4 4 f 7 "W: '1"'1-fu uw-fxfv -Riff-rqvww-fx A-ff-'vga'-'6'Vv"5S Hi F - . i fr ! VJ S fi Wefezey Sfudzo rg S, 5' 3 We thank you for the S' many favors this year, i and here are our best B 5 Wishes for you Where- i ever you go 1 t it gl Mr. and Mrs. J. C. James g r IOSM NORTH SIDE SQUARE D ih Xi 3, X4 ? Q, . 5 SX Freternzty, College and .Qi ? h Clays jfefwelry .ax Ep. S COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS . AND INVITATIONS A X 5 Jeweler to the Senior Class of 75 North Texas State Teachers College X 55. ' e t 5 3 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY . 27, .Manufacturing jewelers and Stationers Q 3 ATTLEBORO, MASS, 5 S ASK ANY COLLEGE GREEK ,fi s, 2 'Q I Page 320 514.1 19 25 mff-fewer'-4 N.-as-A--xt Yagi?" asf 3 Q-ts. ' ' I E img. t J " Q-- ,g HE value of a. 'Y' ' school annual H ' 3 Z , printing contract F2 g e lies not in its td cations. Back of P7 1:11 'yipust be inclination an ability to give the 7 E t In ' I. In the Guild con- l tesfx gthis year , X, t .I t 2 Fzile gaps and Tfzree 8 na . A Q., Qbions tt, ' Wa. our toll of prizes. S1 - t Las ear there were n1ne 1 'h , pri Won by our books. 'Y K T wi: proof of persist- V enfquality and service. 3 Yoff could ask no more. ff n THE V HQGH STEPHENS PRESS , Kraft Built: Annuals V. 1 2 Jefferson City, Missouri E Naffon' .,., S. Serv! ' ,ff 0 gjlffl ' A fi i'?i- - -E fi i 151' -f-5' E E L1 5 M f , ' 'L Lwg? 'gk - li. . . i g E : .Z ' is-, I4 ' " 5 X :x.1Z3i ' S f ' 'I' -.3 1 im , 3 N.. 3?-in W!-4, 6 V H I 1 J ,a if lifg - iig 2 Q14 G' ggi? J Qi ii -' E53 561 55 EE7 , f .lg i5? qa, fi? , E! 1. .,A- 352' - J 4' ff " "' if U- 5 ' :QHE QE -?i .. f fg v-E 2 25555, 1 f 5512 'la fl' ff ' ' y A we 21 J figgghgglf sgfg ij f2:,,2i11f . Ai ,f' 32: fi'ri i1E H E2Ei-.ki Zg u n m figggigwfgiTm-awww,n.l1fuggLu11ywfifq,2F,.wdwg!,,3g,W,LM1Ti:5U"'Iff fmggfgy """ A"" 'fffpfifmg-pSl?l if 'MP H1 " Q1 1- -33.15-Evf -'N' 'wah--m"'M!.,.mn4 1"I'I"1'HHH'H"'1' 'M"'1wW""iW'Wd,A 1' -R . ST :S -fi 5' .gm WL 1? E 2 3. Y 2 . . x, Llp., . 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Y ,f '7 W --...V i , -2 1-5,-Af 1' 'ffiiif',41.-fj,.'-35:12:12Q11-11:21,-.--iii-'11---ggi: PREEJHFERCUELEGEATTWUALENTGIEQAVERS W 7 1, Ag,-ff' If-13,x.",f: '-.-.,,..'-"'w,,,,.--Z--.,.:-is-Iig.-Q: .nf QF TEXAS - M DALLAS A f"5""L55'7?i11f-''If5'i51i7'1'F-32355555321-52122133'figiiizitiii " Qyvf :zu- ..L:if-'jjfffigjif-1fLQ:::Il6ZIlTf--QI-Q-5'-jE'j'j?"jj fo ,- - -3321.-31' ""5S:2I11"" 'P''L15::f?IZ3f?:532iEi61E5f1313122: ""' ff: - l 7 . ""' 532i5:l':f1'?Ag ' " 'giilfi-g:13giQ5:i: " , A ,..,3gz'-ggji. 3g..j,.g'j,::::::.':5 f12.'f37:ii?L-. O4 1-6 .-. I. ,. , n RAl04'4"""" 1 1 J S1 1 Sw-Sr'6'v"4'-:Q 45 A W e , tlze Troprz'etor.f o f Boarazng Hoare! I I I ana' 7Qonzzng Hoafef, fwzfiz to thank the gl Staelentf o f tlze .W ortlz Texaf State F Teaenem' College he the fnany .bq 5 5 .fafoorf gf tfze fait 3, CORRESPONDENCEIS SOLICITED 31 S fx igoarazng Hoafef for Qzrly Q . Proprietor Adultery Phone MRS. P. T. BfIORRIS .... 1503 West Sycamore I. . IO83 I 9- MRS. O. J. PETTEY . . . 1820 West Sycamore . . 968 I S MRS. I. WILL TAYLOR . . . 202 Avenue B . . . . 4 877 I Q MRS. J. W. BALTHROP . . . 210 Avenue B .... . 822 I MRS. J. M. CRUMBLY . . . 1513 West Hickory . . . 1140 I 1 MRS. R. G. MCLAUGHLIN . 1512 West Hickory . . . MRS. M. S. PITTMAN .- . . 1418 West Oak . . . . 507 W MRS. T. F. HOLLABOUGH . . 1410 W. Oak ........ 215 MRS. R. E. CASREY .... 1316 West Oak ........ 96 ,S MRS. B. A. BURKS .... 1502 West Hickory ...... 372 J , MRS. J. D. Houses .... 1400-1406-1418 West Hickory . 324 W' ' .Qgnt-ffoa.fe,5eepz'ng Qomy-,hr Toang Women MRS. CLAUDE BELL .... 1520 W. Hickory' ....... 1075 W MRS. R. G. MCLAUGHLIN . 1512 W. Hickory . . . Page 321 ' I -596 J 'Q xi'Wfasf'a-e-4:"" 9 ' 21 Ev' e--Xe A W e 5 the Tfolorietor! o f foarakbzg Hoa!e! 3 and Momzag Hoa!e!, fwlifli to tfzafzk tlze 5 Student! o f the .Nofta Texa! S tate ? 1' lz ll J 12 7 eae er! C' o ege fir t -e many W favor! o f tlze loa!t ' 5 'CORRESPONDENCE IS SOLICITED it A . 4155 . . jfoawlzag Hoa!e! 791' ZOJLY Proprietor A Address Phone MRS. josua GRIFFITHA . . . 119 Avenue A . . . . . 377 fi' MRS. I. M. Gaoss . . .A . II3 AvenueA . . . . . 652 J REV. I. S. ASHBURN .... 322 Avenue B . . . . . 1083 W MRS. EDNA MCCLURKAN . . ISZI West Sycamore . . . 952 I 'Y Mas. J. F. BARKER .... 1701 West Mulberry, . . . . II42 W is MRS. IDA SMITH ..... I603 West Hickory . . . . . 1137 W MRS. J. B. TABOR .... 1511 West Oak .... . . 326 I ...OOC 1 ilQ'omz'ag House! for Boy! MRS. C. E. ALEXANDER . . 1718 West Oak ..... . . 684 Page 7' 19 935 .ttt 1 A A - 7 I ' A fl ' I I ' QF' ' ,' .C P- I-V' .I V., .. .- ' z. I 1 v " e '- I .-4.2 fi ,,. K3 A 2 - . . 5 ' ' Sf 1. Qi . .. . . ' , . M. L. MARTIN, A. B., M. D. . ,X .- .Q , 1.1 , N A: r. 7 . Q r . lx 6 ' I ' 99 Q fl E6 lags-s ,-:sic-. Y Y I a-Jw-epvvN,wyvr-va 7-u..1a V"'1qNyxQ'-'wrq ,PQ-afiql.q6',:g'YG',,.fig!gg:gX3g4d1-ow W N ROWELL D D Ge1ze1 al Dental P1 acfzce SUITE I2 MCCLURKAN BLDG PIIONI: 341 DR. RICHARD MANDELL Dentist OFFICE: IVICCLURKAN BLDG. DR C L OLIVER DEN 7 IST X RAY SOUTII SIDE SQUARE CRADDOCK BLDG PIIoNI:s Orrrcm zofl REQIDENCI: II29 DR. C. HQ HANCoCK Osteopathic Phyfician OFFICE: 204-5 MCCLURICAN BLDG. DENTON, TEXAS Dlseascs ofthe Eve I'ar Nose and Throat Gln rex Correctly fztied Oflice Suxte Ioo Raley Bldg PHONFS O1 FICE 22 RESIDI NCL 153 Get Well - Stay W'ell HENRY C. KNIGHT DeIztzm'r Chiropractor Palmer Metlzod Gmeluate X-Ray Lalzoratory 110 CEDAR ST. PHONE 992 P'Itron1ze the COLLEGE BARBER SHOP Because they beheve In AdVCltlSlHg FLANAGIN AND O REAR By eating here you teach your dollars to have more cents DENTON CAFE I. H. DOUGLAS, Prop. HECK, I Nevea GET A cnnnce I- eo WITI-I 5-Iggy EE! swf . EEL- 232, ?2 22 is Z III f X f I f X7 Xlyfgyi III! If0fII'lWfl ' A I Today the woman s place is at t The North and South? I Q IIIIIDIIIIIIIII V' 1 4:-'I , OV l J t., 4, 5639 ' 55 4 oq- ' Q' I M" lnuill ' ' 1951- 1 as II'1'4'f H ' if I 1 s he poles. No the barber. -Royal Gaboon. 5. Math.. Prof.: Now watch the more. -Purdue Exponent. A Rastus fat poker gamelz How board while I run through it once yo know Ah ain t playing bones ? Sambo: Cause Ah knows what cards Ah dealt yo . Page 323 . ffl? ,- al an by Dx P- HI . Q . -- we - Q I I I .'l AK' '55 I I A A '. -a lg -A Y ,E 'AI X qi " i"f Bi: I I " v I Q-3' ' li 2"i-'E 5 ' .f gl! I Qt x af: Al x y Z P 'A' I Z G f I Z f I fa- I i J f l f 'ai 'F ' l 1 I ., C I' .x f 'L I K I fix OJ' 'J J l 4 V f N, A Ifff I I H , fs... Ilf ff, I .e I - A f A X I LDL 'HW 'Il M f ll N u I In Qi u ar II In XI 1 Q ll 1: G- I: I I 9 17 IH t s n Ie lf I 19 25 ffxii' A .A 5.-1. -22 I, .5 2 iv' H ,, 'fl y , li fl, iaj ,ga 304 ? SL ,I I.. it 'N '1 1 I The DENTON HERALD TELEPHONE 669 229 WEST OAK STREET Opposite Fire Station DENTON, TEXAS HE DENTUN I-IERAIJD is the best advertising medium in Denton and Denton county. It is well printed in large, clear type. Its advertisements are set in new and appropriate type and neatly and artisticallyarrangecl. The Denton Herald carries the best syndicate features obtainable. These features are written by the best writers of the age and printed so that every word is easily read. The Denton Herald adheres to the spelling and division of words as given by Webster's New International Dictionary, hence The Denton Herald appears each week with a minimum of errors. P R I N T I N G A complete job printing department is maintained by The Denton I-Ierald at a high point of efficiency, with new type faces, new machinery and experienced and efficient workmen This enables The Denton Heiald to meet any and all competition in the Job printing line At all times The Denton I-Ierald carries about a dozen grades of bond papers and sells 5oo sheets, SMXII, for 7 gc and S1 oo This is a good grade of bond paper The SMXI4 or legal size 1S also kept in stock and sold at the same proportionate piices A VIORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS You are starting out in life as leaders in society Yours 1S a noble calling It is next to the preachers There fore, it behooves you to be caleful to teach and practice the highest ideals, for you are going out to help cultivate the minds and hearts of the boys and girls of our great country, and the success of the boys and girls will de pend on what you teach them and practice before them So we adjuie you always to be circumspect 1n Vour walk and talk and to be temperate in all things and remain away from those places that only appeal to low ideals in life The patronage 0 the college acuity and students 'ts soltezteol and appreciated P 34 REL . . gs ' ' I . i . . + ' ' f 7 ' . Q 0 0 I I I A . f . f . I 1 I ' use 2' R1-PMTQ-ev'9wS-wrffeabnw-vii I 5-2.+.fae-s-I Emi QHHVHHQX Sfezfe Bene COURTESY SERVICE SAFETY OFFICERS n W. E. SMOOT . . . . . . President O. M. CURTIS . . . . . Vice-President DR. M. L. MARTIN . Vice-Prexident W. C. ORR . . . . . Caxhier R. W. BASS . . . flsxistavzt Cafhier JNO. W. CRAIN . . . . Alsxistanz Cashier DIRECTORS CHAS. H. SMooT W. N. MASTERS J. M. EVANS IVIRS. E. C. SMITH THE BANK FOR EVERYBODY The Doctor: Have you told that young pup what I think of Phone 56 him' yet? .. H'Dh:Y,ddd,d The Thinking Man Calls ez IS aug, ter 1 ef a Y fan Ydzow A he Says you re wiong In your diag- . nosis, as usual! PIERCE and DAVENPORT ' -Goblin. FOWLER and GRADY Yellow Cab Baggage 0710? Ti1'2lI1SfCI' CO- Brilliant: I have a new name TRANSFER AND STORAGE fOI.' Dfly glfl. I call her POSt-SCfibt. BAGGAGE AND PICNIC PARTIES GENERAL TRANSFER Tine: Where's the connection? PHONE 56 OR 300 Brilliant: Her name is Adeline. P e 325 E' S XL H . vt 3 WE MADE THE PICTURES FOR THE , Q IQ25 YUCCA 1.1 9. 2 lg I 2 l E ' is svn l if S The Slzezfw Studie 1 IIQM WEST COURT SQUARE - DENTON, TEXAS I -, 4 E l 56 ff PHONE SOO HEADQUARTERS - Fu F or Dry' Cleanirzg for Q l y We use only distilled ' 4' gasoline and return E College P1165 95 y o u r garments as fi . 2 fresh and sweet as O R DYCHE 5 when they were new ' ' ' .5 Q Ml 6. 'S f Kg .. W b E? si Denton Steam Laundry l 5 Company l f it The Busy Corner Drug ,L M aster Cleaners Store QQ' ,SQ E x 4 Page 326 Y vi-w 3-f-26-JQP4-items l-diff'-QURH4-'v""-Q Eff-'1' in-f'a44v-4--'X75 -Sf gee-pyfefv-fzfww-fa A rea i2'3-ffgef fe'-ada..-were-xfv its i P EFFICIENCY DEPENDABILITY if FOUR CORNER STONES A 5 THE 31? FIRST NATHONAL 2 BANK :Q OF A BANK S 1 ky COURTESY STRENGTfI Q5 i . 2- We Cillfflf Cvwpfwy Better Prznfzng i SOUTH Sm cmd Engmfvmg 3 H C1 - f 1 ' h Cilssiagiilg S55-rglg StcogesEJfTeja?heritCo11ege ,, - s u en san acu mem- 94 merchandlse bers are securingy their The REXALL Store' gggltilfgg and engraving Q W T, C ' HE-ITMAB S HECOLQTES If you are not already a ' A ,LIZABETH RDEB' customer of this firm, We 1 Vi PREPARATIONS . Zhould be glad to have you 'qi ecome a patron. x Q Try us when you require is engraved cards, printing, 445' We Czzrlzf Company etc' 9,52 . . . X DRUG MERCHANTS Bclldwlfl PTZUZZHQCO 3? fvf 9 QWW557' of 0 Mnfufy 208 SoU'r1-1 ELM STREET 1? Page 327 1 A749-fY9'ff'14ffv!"5i Prii-file-'Qi-'4"-M541-Q-1 5 fW!5""VQ32e5.1'5!-E'4l:,,"'14'ff N-afb-4v"R" in ' J' I E21 jg ft 2 5 1 ,,., I v 70 1 it 5 - S ..,, . -- if A - gl-Et A I Q -416-1-fdfv"'w SF Compliments The Campbell Theatres, Inc. PALACE and KAIVIEL LIBERTY CONNELLEE Denton, Taxa! Sanger Eaxtland For Ejjiczefnt Servzce and Sams actory Banking Connectzon 75' Denton County Natlonal Bank -I W DEGAN Pveszdent R NI BARNS Cafhzer C L MILLER Ant Cashzer C C XIVRIGHT Ant Cafhzer 100 PER CENT ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR NEARLY 100 TEXAS CITIES Font Worfh Tower 55 QQgfzf Coffzpczfzy Pg 38 ef . . . f A ' 2+ . +. , . U G8 2 it 19 25 fazrse.-Q--f -: ri .gg . s " Center of Sh oppihg AeZz'w'iz'es' " ASTORE Where you find service that makes friends, and values that keep friends. The hundreds of students and many of the Faculty members that have come and gone remember this store not only for the values and services rendered, but for the personal support and accommodations we are always glad to give our friends and customers. ,5 If, at any time during your vacation period, you need 3? some special item not found in the stores of your home town, send us the order and We will give your require- ments our personal attention. RUSSELL SLEDGE oo. Suceessors Zo VV. B. NICCLURKAN 8: COMPANY TQ , . "One Green Stamp with Every IOC Purchase" fbi . R A. F. Evers Shoe Store HEXCLUSIVEH Shoes and Hose at Popular Prices H Style-Quality-Service 27- BUY YOUR SHOES HERE. WE SHINE THEM FREE vi fl SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE PHONE 67 THE FLOUR THAT IWAKES LIGHT, FLAKY BISCUITS VERABEST FLOUR Made mm' Guarhnzfeed by lhe DENTON MILLING COMPANY ' DENTON, TEXAS li Ii: Page 329 U' 19 wwe is W.: :Q Y-VW,-'VL-'i r n N" , 4 ,V if, V, , , ,A . . .--.,,, FM : . . , 6--4G'r"lfe9t In recalling the fond memories o f t i rn e spent in the N. T. S. T. C., think of the many minutes that were saved by riding The D ENTON us Line R. B. NEAL Owner and Manager WE THANK YOU , i ,1 W, To Me Siudefzziv fthe aglfziisnfzigx 32 The City of Denton sincerely appreciates K your ambltlonsg it appreciates the choice ' ' you have made of a Collegeg and it appre- 'K crates the fine things you are accomplishing, ' which in a small Way are evidenced by and e ' recorded in your splendid annual- "TI-IE YUCCAU YQ In token of this appreciation it is earnestly endeavormg to contribute its utmost to . . . Fe your comfort and convenience by providing S you with the common but most essential N necessities of police and fire protection, good it 1 and well-lighted streets and sidewalks, pure water, good lights and Wholesome sanitary --Z conditions. ' Mag' these services be such that when YL your life's work shall call you to the various .gl corners of the realm, you may nowhere find - them excelled-is the ambition and the ' earnest wish of the officials of the V 4 CITY or DENTON 1 1 WATER I LGHT Sc SEWER DEPT THERE S A REASON Prompt, elliclent service, coupled with unfaihng COU1 tesy and the highest grade work, has made our establish ment popular with both students and faculty We ad nut that We catei to your trade and will do everything 1n our power to merit a continuance of same DRY CLEANING DYEING EAST SIDE TAILOR SHOP PHONE 31 PHONE 31 He Why is there such 1 crowd down on the wharf? She That s a bunch of fr1ends bldding good bye to the bride and groom H Oh I see Down to see the tied go out' Texas Ranger Sam .ledge I waren doin anythin but looking at this ladv when she walked up the steps Then all of a sudden she soaks me on the penmsula ledge What do you mean penmsula? Sam Well -ledge a long nar H ogan s Alley Page 330 leg Qi , J' 4 4 4 . , . N . - vp . ' A ' . f. ra . Q9 . f ' S D i ' ' D . : ' if e: , . ' L ' -' row neck, just stretchin' out ta sea. lf ' ga g 1925 sr w vw 'T . W .4 E3 H iffi TH E MC-R' A Y C A F E . , in Progress with the City of '41 Garr1SOn Drug Store Demon , J - Th b I f SPECIAL CHICKEN AND TURKEY E ff 0 DINNERS ON SUNDAY x DRUGS Wait Side Square TOILET ARTICLES A. A. MCNITZKY J. W. RAY STATIONERY AND PHONE 233 ke. SCHOOL SU 1 ES N lm THE DRESS-UP SHOP A t f "Exclusive but Not Expensive" '4 gen S or . 1 . . W. Columbia Phonogmphs and Ngwgst Things 112752: ' R MILLINERY 5. ecards 9 R iq PHONE 49 Wg DREW. LADIES - EADY-TO-WEAR SMART SHOES WEST SIDE SQUARE EAST SIDE SQUARE 91 ' 3 4 KKNS OF THEN ALL FOR HE GETS THE I N1- MOST JOY our OF ure., C A A L? ' - if 3 1 5-57 Ea ua FFS , E f - Os-:ass A ggf. A Page 331 - , Tr- A .'.. 'e1- 19 25 Save It Wzih Ice Razyor Ice CO DENTON TEXAS A GOOD HARDWARE STORE For College Folk: Ever smce the college was founded Evers Hardware Store has enjoyed the hheral atronage of both students and faculty 'We try to carry what vou want 1n Nauonally Adverused Goods at rea sonable pnces Always glad to show you what we have 1n SPORTING GOODS and CUTLERY and other hardware you may need Evers Hardware GO 40 Yearf 111 Denton PHONE zoo SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Harris-Koenig Hardware CO. SAFETY RAZORS SHEARS ATHLETIC GOODS Everything to be found in a first-class Hardware Store Y PHONE II9 N. E. CORNER SQUARE DENTON, TEXAS W. M. JAGOE COMPANY I , . ENGINEERS me ,gp If 'S CONTRACTORS I IV ir 4 - I, ' . -. M 'X DENTON, TEXAS ff '- I lv, '3 V x Page 332 I I QI' 574 ' , , , A , HA, ni," , yr - . . Y., . 7 WTF,- c c ' 7 7 , 4 . 5 . P f . - . . fe- . V 1 I N Y .' ' A l 3 ' I 4 sr? 4 7 4 I ' 31 j Quia ,fare -ar e fig' 19 Q5 Eff. To .. -. - U J. f 1 i ? -1. 'v ,il 13 'F TO those Who Wish the ' BRING YGUR PICTURES 1 W ,hlghest quahty ,gfO' To 23 5 West Hickory CCFICS and tender, Jtucy Street and have them ,lg meats at moderate prices, framed r 1 N Call 25 or 925 N ig W. . , . V. W. SHEPARD Lil zzrly-Illmute Delwery Service D U V 1 Funeral zrector if i Turner 85 Graham AImbuZcmceeSzr21ice Quality Grocery and Nlarket Day Phone 148 Night and Sunday 48 " 9 1 -'DO you mind if 1 kiss yourf Grube Bros. Bakery - f' ? ee- HN nf d . . I k MOTHERS BREAD ei ing tlijec ivliidljc-illidjudci 'wut Wa - PAN DANDY BREAD as Cakes of all kinds made 2 , to order and in stock t l . "A familiar place," said the girl, , W Ps 1 kl tl f PIES n at ' so a. i f OO I g le Opposite Postoffice Phone 259 gal 2 f 4 i l gf IF rrfs TO BE PRINTED l "Ge0fge,11efe eemee mother-" " ,Sail right, dear. I know how y V S55 'Lf-V 07' 13120715 8-4I to handle these jealous women." x i ROSS Prlntlngl CO- "What are you going to give f-QQ ' ' pn: , Solicit: a Portion of the LLHIQIIC ITF Qiinstmas' 9- Colle ie Primm 1 01 mg' Na g g "Enga gement broke?" 5 219 W. Oak St. Denton, Texas "No-I am." ylli 9- i, "Of course, you can't believe all 5 y you hear." , Q l i "No, but you can repeat it." Qjuiqmoizley lf il t Evans Brothers Mrs.: Did you sweep behind O , H, Y A the door? pposite Posto ice 'fa' Milidl Yes, nearly 9VC1'Ythi11g' Stanley Muxgrave, Salefman if 5 h Page 333 19 25 JN gp? QA,-were Woodson A. Izfnrris Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES PHONES So AND 47 EAST SIDE SQUARE DENTON WHEN you Want the best in Dry Cleaning and Dyeing, together with fair treatment and an absolute guarantee- give us a trial College Tailors 110 FRY STREET PHONE 24 WE BUILT THE LIBRARY AND SCIENCE BUILDINGS M. B. Whitlock and Company General Contractors DENTON, TEXAS Pigglxglliggly WE SELL GROCERIES FOR LESS 22I WEST HICKORY STREET L P McCombs GROCERY Headquarters for Every thing Good to Eat PHONE 150 PHONE I3 WEST SIDE or SQUARE YOU TAKE TI-IL POLICY WF. TAKE THE RISK 3 H Davenport 5-9 Company Insurers EDWARDS AND MCCRARY FURNITURE A N D FLOOR COVERINGS 218 WEST OAK STREET PHONE 530 DENTON Record Clzronzole Member Associated and United Press Daily and Semz W'eolely DLNTON TEXAS P 4 , cc 4 X 7 ' ' 77 4 - C . 7 L 1 4 7 , 4 029 33 W 4 141-144.11'-A'f'11ff"'-an--1'H111-f"'f's --" ' --A. -'Q'-'r1f:zL.-fi Na- .T'ff"'. 1fff-' 1' 1' " " "' 'fff' '. ' 1-'Lf ww-Kev 2 S.-. ,Q J A PA -if 5 4 Ts '1- ' 1 1 Af 4a 5 .41 1. 3. A , ,- ug ,., A ,. - . A , A - . rw-Lv'-QD"Nw7v'9ufTNwv a l -ezlllijllf -1' f'+fGsff-'af4-f-'if"'-i-6rd--v'GQvf'lfw"i If it's anything usually found in a first-class modern drug Store The Service Has I 15 THE SERVICE DRUG CO. WEST CORNER SQUARE PHONE 171 Texas' best Values in guaran- teed clothes for men. SIX stores to serve you WALK "The SHORT FLIGHT to ECONOMY" Victory-Wilson, Inc. DALLAS SAN ANTONI O FT. WORTH HOUSTON BEAUMONT RTIEMPHIS, TENN. We have a complete line of DRY GOODS, READY- TO-WEAR, CLOTHING AND SHOES At Popular Price: GRAND LEADER CO. PHONE 714 DENTON, TEXAS Long Sc King TABLE SUPPLIES Wholesale, Retail 'E' PHONES 44 AND 940 NORTHYVEST CORNER SQUARE TURNER BROS Grocery Extend Congratulatlons to Students and and Faculty of the N T S T C AN IMPORTANT THING To LEARN Patromze YUCCA ADVERTISERS Plumlrmg That Satz: ef I A MCCRARY PLUMBING SHOP WEST OAK STREET BEN SULLIVAN MEAT MARKET Baby Beef Prompt Dellvery PHONE 385 NORTH SIDE SQUARE HALL PRINT SHOP WES r COURT SQUARE Will be pleased to serve College Students BOYD The Florzst Flowers wxred to all parts of the world PIIONE 573 SOO N LOCUST ST HUGH PERRY Texa: School Boole Dejnosztory DALLAS, TEXAS THIS IS TOUR YUCCA Read II' TIIESE ARE YOUR ADVERTISERS Patromze Them' Ps 335 A 2 S 5 'rw We 1 ka. .gi , J . . .J , 'A ' ..... ' ' I 'E , 1 4 :Ex fl r l - ' E' Ei 3 52 - , rv 4 . . '4 I - Xl - .. Q2 5.1 A ' ' ' ' - ,F 1' . L. C. . '36 ' lf ,f, a 8 'a A or O, S, O O, S, ,,,, ,,O,, . 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J l :Ha 5 M 1-' "' - ,- Page 336 VH 'T 19 Q5 fin 'M DALLAS-DENTON-GAINESVILLE ' the So lthwest have found illcasy to rhise the funds needed during the school year 1924-25 by using our liberal new fund- raising plan that does not rc- Denton Station quire any initial investment Whatever, 215-217 W. OAK ST. , PHONE 276 Instructors and students are For your convenience enthusiastic about this new Cars Stop at the Service plan. Full details will be sent d C - D S to any school teacher, without an urns rug tones obligation on the part of the teacher. If your school needs Dalia! Station money, write for our fund- raising plan, 7oo-702 COMMERCE STREET if PHONE X201 5 1 Travel by, motor .stage eventually- W hy N ot N ow? Farm and Ranch DALLAS, TEXAS A. L. COFFMAN, Owner f fm' AWB f 0' Denton Dalry REMINGTON STANDARD and PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Products CO' M t. ' We sell, rent and buy all amfac WWI of makes of Tyjoewfligfi ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS DENTON Typewriter Exchange DENTON, TEXAS On my record of service to my friends and G R G S S B R 0 S - patrons, I solicit your patronage C O F E C T I 0 N E R Y J' .Eaxt of Campus IXND SANDWICHES CAND1133 PHONE 611 DENTON, TEXAS COLD DRINKS Sci-root, SUPPLIES VV. M. BRowNLoW MRS. C. C. MCNETL 'l'R Staple and Fancy Gracrrie: Ormcxz- 401 E SYCAMQRF ST SCHOOL SUPPLIES ' ' ' ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE U4 114 FRY STREET Page 337 w e sg .. .eu 1. gg-f C1527 19 25 T f 3 ! 1 , U :. G x, , i F 3 1 27.1. f Q , - ey V A -9 ' 5 ,J DUCATION is the preparation for Life. It is the training that adequately fits the Q youth of today toimeet the problems that con- 7 front fhim-to cope with the circumstances A ' which arise out of present-day needs and demands. In former days education Was to be had only at a great sacrifice, and it was only through g. l perseverance that it was obtained at all. Yet, 34 far-seeing men and women realized its Worth ' I. and persisted in attaining it for themselves and gg their posterity. Thought developed and prog- ress follovved in its Wake. Accredited colleges and universities provide the educational equipment needful to the I young man and young Woman of today. Edu- E cation fosters knowledge and knowledge begets I power in life's achievements. ali! Team! Tower 85 Qgh! Company Wi! 9. - Page 338 , 1 19 25 iisffaaav QP U , eu f 1 x s- X x N. x Lmked Together ff In Service HE purpose of education 15 SCFVICC, and we requlre an education 1n order to be able to render higher service The great educational factors are THE CHURCH Through rt: mznzrterr THE ScHooL Through ztr te a c h e r 5 THE NEWSPAPER Through iff edziors These are not all the educational mediums, but they are the most unselfish, for the men and Women engaged 1n these pursults get their greatest reward through SCFVICC In a modest Way the telephone IS an educational factor and lt 1S our greatest pleasure to serve adequately S fh te n Q3 If Tele hone on 'wer Eompiny P -is WHEN YOU HAVE FINISHED PQPULAR TEXTBQQKS YOUR EDUCATION- THEN WHAT? The field of life insurance oHers to young men a voca- tion of independence, ex- cellent remuneration, and an unexcelled opportunity of service to humanity. Life insurance is a necessity for every home. We can co- operate With young men of character who have the abil- ity and determination to succeed. Think it over! soUTHWEsTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY DALLAS, TEXAS hV1'i11lc'1z h y I NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE INSTRUCTORS Victory Historical Map and Outline Books Early European History Modern European History Texas History American History United States History -L. W, NEWTON Projects .and Problems in Geography: Western Hemisphere Eastern Hemisphere -L. W. NEWTON Problems in Elementary Woodworking: -HUGO J. P. Vrrz Elements of Plane Geometry Elements of Solid Geometry -DR. IV. H. BRUCE THE Southern Publishing Co. DALLAS, TEXAS Page 341 "',JV"'Gfl"'X aff' W . . . I 7 .Z X N X 19 25 -get-sv 'G Standard Historical Studies By SEVERE II. FROST A correlated outline of studies in Ancient Nfodern and United States I-Iistory. Built on, the modern Project Plan and according to the laboratory method of teaching. They are in accord with the written opinions of the best educators of the country and the practices of the foremost teachers of the subject. They are supplemented by our modern two-colored mapsg a great step forward in developing the Place Idea in teaching history. This method of visual education places the subject matter before the child in an easily understood 'and retainable manner. P Price, 5oc. Trade discount on quantity orders. Bunker, Molyneaux Sc Frost, Inc. Publirherr and Bookxellerr RETAIL STORE ' EXECUTIVE OFFICES 611 MAIN ST. FORT WORTH, TEXAS III E. 6TH STREET Q I .... .... S ,.,. I ff-,P I C. C. , , , 4 4 7 Tdge Ing at your watch so much? Prof jones why are you look Jones hr aw I was af1a1d you might not have time to finish your interesting lectu1e sir ARCHITECTS SCHOOL SPECIALISTS The rural board of trustees were inspecting the school W1ll1amso11 was trying to make a favorable Impression In his l11st01y lesson He called his brightest pupil to the front Willianison johnny who wrote the Magna Charta? Johnny I didn t do It Not caring to punish the boy for his impertinence before the trus tees Wlll1amSO11 told the boy to take his seal But the president straightened up Prof call that AUSTIN TEXAS did do 11 boy back up here I believe he I ag 342 . A- Y I 1 . I - L . I - p. . Z 1 , y . , ' -1 ' . , . n I - ' l ' I1 .1 I , 1 . - ' y Y I Z ff . 1Q1:f' far I iss- '.-e I . 19 25 X l: ffsevfafwrsvv-Q ls I N ff ' ' THE FIRST POSTOFFTCE 4, ,gt -jx 1 1 I In America is sa'd to have bee ll ' established in a priifate house nearll Boston, in the year -1639, Foreign wil 'N s' nilails were received and distributed f tien. Often months - sometimes ,, , P R E F E R A B L Y gint-elapsed blefore letters reached l estimations t atvtoday would r - KQ I quire but a few hours. C N ' clfovv you can write to our mail- ' . or er department and get practically 7 the same prompt delivery as if you phoned your order right here in the citaz. O-f course, we get many 'f or ers rom a distance, too, and ',', for ' these go out just as fast as modern - transportation moves! My V Our prompt service bids for your mail-order patronage when you NJ cannot come to the store. .l U Q , l 2 Z 1, Solcl by Leading Dealers in 'M 74 Each Locality Fort Worth n if The A , A young lady was being inter- ' WOMAN S STORE - - l . I vlewed. "Do co-eds k1ss?" she "SB Where Femmme Fort Worth was asked, l 1 Fwdf H57 W0Wf5 "You'd be surprised," she re- U The store beautiful-Where I mal-lied Coyly' how rguch goes M We are always trying to im- on right under my nose. iq prove-where our constant en- -Pgljgan. K s cleavor is to surpass our best H' i efforts of the past. U i I Ls, We shoWthe"NEWTHINGS,' "This case 1S more serious than 1-4' earhest and Often exclusively. I thought," said the detective when ' Always the best of everythingin ge Sami' that botg slides of the win- he OW' g HSS YVCFC FO efl. , -Exchange. i A -...Q 'W 'VNC' ll' ' p Small Boy to Pickaninny: "The ' gang says youse kin stick aroun' . l FORT WORTH, TEXAS wit' us, Snowball? We're gonna Q play Ku Klux." HOUSTON FIFTH AND MAIN STREETS , I 1 g l a 2 343 H in ,. ,s.. l 19 25 -.sa' v-l J' ,il ,. Q. cf ll ll. il Compliments of EI 4, I: ,,.VV 1 L- E 11 W. B. FISHBURN 9 " MASTER DYER AND CLEANER . Qt fy 501 COMMERCE ST. FORT WORTH, TEX. Q lx .B . E I3 is 54 V Young Lady to Old Colored 4' O E 1 2 Woma11: "Mam1ny, your little son, 4 of TEXAS 5 5. Rastus, certainly is spoiled." D 4 TB. BAKER PRESIDENT f Mammy: "No, he a1n't, M1SSLlS, We l all little nigger chilluns smells that l 5 f Q way." Q FORT WoR'm-- '7l1e TEXAS Q li l il AUs'r1N-- eSTE1ll1lIllllAIlS'llN 74 YUCCA ADVERTISERS HAVE HELPED 'Q SANANTONIOH MENGER ll lk YOIZ: RENIEZJIEFR OTHESE X20 4 S ANTONIOHM GUNTER lip , HAX 1 PR f T E R 4, I, , , ly ll FRIENDS. 5 J 'J As'Qii1eNi? N Qgiililify ll Q L ,x . fi! 9 1 . N i lzl Q -fs Hr' i 3 I I l A "Coach and four" now refers to gl 'Y NK g ,N 4- T o the faculty-a coach and four pro- an p W it bl fessors. . 5 fl mlwmql XE -,ii f gwymil HA I I Eng? nz Qecrsksn cn ,V If nv ! Rxfnixiiqg XRTEQSJ l- .Q ffwhaf do you think of a boy Shelli' '.l. ii'Ee1rlll!1:f1..... A .,... D ' 4 f l I Qi fgf ii ,, Y , E, that will make a girl blush?" he ,,g:a,:fn 'T' ll , "1 -1 ' R 1 ' C1 4 ffi': "-REZSMEWTE 1 P H 1 tun 16 S a won el. +0 mi !:5,,mnEa..m YH, IL , l lx ir . W,-grip. s ...N - f P, .lm-lj gg3SS::glhiAMf,l I A gl,Jl"1,5:lKp5 13111 -' .M-llw I. 1 1 V ,, Ali!-l:il1++li'Lf?i?3Z2 ffm 'l 1 1 A. PROVERB 'l-'lllLl1l"llll1A- A i . . D lgwfmiw' lllllm ll I Q. . . Elura. l l People who l1VC 1n glass houses Ili-A ng are called florists. ii 'lllfl fi i .A f 'T Sim I882 I Ding: "Wl1at did your wife say when you came home last night?" ' Dong: A'The darling never said Fort VVO1-th, Texas a word. And I was going to have A n those two front teeth pulled out 11,1 '-T anyhow." L cc I - ill. Whshev' Oualzt Never . aff VZ7.ie5,,y HELP THE MERCHANTS WHO HELP YOU A lj: me Page 344 I ' A i HN, N Y , fwglgpf- - J?-z'vg,:J-- f- 'TrJ,1:,,-,1Tf'r: Q 'ff' l 0 sv J 5 gy O Ha y Y 'mil Q il -A 'ELF lef- 75.9 5300 9.9 Ora Carew, Stage and Screen Star, Wearing 72-inch Double Rope of Navarre Pearls You, Too, Can Wear The Fmest Gems Time Was when only the extremely Wealthy could afford a rope of pearls. But now you, too, can Wear and enjoy these most lovely of all jewels. NAVARRE PEARLS with all the soft tints and opalescent fnre and lustre of the costly Orientals. In various styles and graduations now dis- played at- Vannoy Jewelry Co. DENTON TEXAS 219 WEST- HICKORY STREET 0 0 Q 0 G O Ci xx G TIME ,,'- like ---' ., .. Y 'ryan-45 r " ' ' L i,Q:,..:u.,L 1' Ei' 5-5-fwf-a,72'gf-44. .,. , .5 AjL:.algf.,,-,xgslag-,wi ul,-,Q-gi GUARANTEE f E fig Inst 42912 Qcquamtannz IM Jfurgnt . Z 3' NAME ALIAS WIIERE YE HAI.EST FRUM if . X . 2 + ' 3 311 f 1 11 5 A 3 ,-z v I 3. V xi B H ia. mx 5 A G6 , -E 2- f 15 1, 41 f 5 K A ,Q 5' Page 346 Q L J 25 5 Q2 3 ? 3 5 'fa .S ff. 2 gi? 5 TBR T wr T1-us IS voUR YUCCA 4 ! , gy V il 1 A. READ IT! 2, Gi. 'za ! 1 if issue better. 2 4 v iq 2 ! it we xr :- F , , K Q X.. , If it is good, commend it and try to n ri make it better. If it is not good, ' see what you can do to make the next 31 i 1 AE 3. These Are Your Advertisers PATRONIZE THEM' They have taken th1s means of prov mg therr prrde and mterest 111 you and your act1v1t1es Your four dol lars pa1d only a httle over half of the cost of thrs book These adverusers pa1d a large part of the remamder It 1S your duty to patromze them HELP YOUR COLLEGE BY HELPING THE MERCHANTS WHO HELP YOUR YEAR BOOK Pe 347 Q. A . I T Q . 9, . . . . . ' K S S . . -, Pi ' ' ,ag 5- ' . ' y rg 9 'pea Q La I of so T 3 1 it B1 ' 3 3 T ' Q 19 25 ,dw-rf ew-we-4 ,V 1 9. ,iz 79 . ,- xvv. I Q, A EQ N Q' if V ? 1 ,-6 x W. 4 '94 if wi ., . 11 V I - -A E4 3- 2 we .' ',-- wx , Page 348 1 ,, . ws 5 4' lt A , , .. ... 'wi ' . - , -." 'Q :" ' 1- -, f ' 1-V-QL-f g:..f.-'.,,L-45' 'ide' gf- -gg 2. 1 ,jg Q . Q ' if "Q" , ff: ax ,A I ' lf iii 'Y A f ' .. ' X -! . x A u . f 79' H' , Fifi I A2 3:9 , 1- ? , LJ I x ' M w Lg , ' 4 A 5 Va. P fy fa 4, M . ,, W , . . , . . . , Y-. - , . -- - v F4 . -5-,, Y., ,- YYV. - .x-wa -,1-1: -ff: 'f -' 1 '14 -, 19 23 - c :Wf- 4 S 1 . 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