University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)

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U Q.. . . ..,-.0 ,, rm .- ,F.7ee15,,,, 'z -,Qs -' :,'q.1:"5 ' S Q 5 Q, K RLES 5E 5 I. I fl ll li I P0912 Eight E have' endeavored to make this volume representative, to show the life at Iowa State Teachers College in its essential phases. There has been no attempt to tell everything, much has, of necessity, been omitted. But to you who have lived the life, this brief epitome of a full year may some day serve to remind, to bring back once more "old scenes, old times, old friends." CON'TENTSf x i i I 1 S 9 J Campus a j Departments Seniors ' Classes Athletics 3 Vanity Fair i Dramatic Publications i Crganizations Feature I l Page N 1-'Ju-n'-,. xv. - .....l,' 'V ,W V' . - 1 rl , I , 1 1 u I W M 3 , . ! 5 Z l 2 1 4 1 5 4 I f I 1 , 3 c ' rx I P W W 1 w I W . , , , 4' 7 . gi 1 J .fl L7 " V fr4 V' x TH' X 'S .-,MX - QS- SOUTH ENTRANCE Pngf Tfwelfve .,, ,ff ' .4 ,ff I .56--: 1 1 'L f 4 if I ,f 1 .Q ' Dwi Mm . W . 1 ,M if y Z , 4 .wwf , , fm' if My 1! Md! MQQQZ 4.1141 WLS, Q , wg 2, 4177! 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' ?c-:Qffff 4 XS. .. L Q, R State Board of Education E Q Q! .. R MEMBERS D , U i W D. D. MURPHY, President . Elkader - W."H. GEMMILL, Seoretafry Des Moines GEORGE T. BAKER . . Davenport 2.1 W. C. STUCKSLAGER . . Lisbon 1 HENRY M. EICHER . Wnashington ai P. K. HOLBROOK . Onawa -E C. R. BRENTON Dallas Center E , D. D. MURPHY . Elkader E E. P. SCHOENTGEN Council Bluffs E . PAUL STILLMAN . . J eEerson 5. FRANK F. JONES Villisca ' ' Q U FINANCE COMMITTEE F I . R W. R. BOYD, Chairman . Cedar Rapids W. H. GEMBIILL, Secretary Des Moines 75' THOMAS LAMBERT . . Sabula 5 ' A E A FACULTY COMMITTEE A E D. D. MURPHY P. K. HOLBROOIQ ' HENRY M. EICHER .. W. C. STUCKSLAGER PAUL STILLMAN L 2 BUILDING AND BUSINESS COMMITTEE A E' C. B. BRENTON GEO. T. BAKER E. P. SCHOENTIGEN lf ' D. D. MURPHY FRANK F. JONES gl If 'I Z INSPECTOR OF HIGH soHooLs J. E. FOSTER .g E Q EFS! E55 L' fffflw L... w V.. il?-4.-, .,-....-. 'D"J7'1 A 2' "MU 1 X fi' i If 'I 1"'P . AI Maw, L . Y -'-- l.-'- f, 1 Page Tfwenty-three DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION r x f I . I I I In I l? 'rf iii ln ll 1' ll 0 0 If rj ,jd I ll llrl - 1'I li J I 5 ' I I I lil j I I iii '2 flwi 1? lr I fl fl I I If l iii-1 I 2' I. I . ' X iff. --Q 5.3 f fi' --'D L' I :Kg Tal 1- I L I Y. : I 1 2 7 1 ,I x I, ' I, ,Q . rr I, . I, 4,7 ll 72,4 CHARLES S. CORY, Registrar. Ig Special students 36' N01'l11Il nil ll I The Registrar's of- fice is the center of administration. It is here that correspond- ence pertaining to college work is h-andledg each stu- dentis terni schedule approvedg and all college records are filed. During' the past year, 4.139 students were enrolled in Col- legiate and Normal classes. They were distributed as fol- lows: College gradu- ates. 75: those classi- fied on College and Diploma Courses. 1.5041 Special slu- dents taking college work, 27: on Normal and llural rll0ill'lICl' Courses. 15117: Spe- eial and l'nelassi1iell Lnon-eollegialel, 0213. Un NUYCIIIIICI' 20, lfllll. I ll e I'el'ol'1lS sllowerl Ille enroll- nlenl I'or the ,rear Ifllli-I7 as follows: College graduates, 335. College -nnl lli h ' 7 plon1aConrses. III-17g F . I, - , . ,z 2 1 xura 'IICQICIIOI' Courses, LIIITQ Spot-iqll :mtl ' unclassnied lnon-collegiatej, 880. Total, J.,l0!I, 1' TIh9.R9g1Sl1'211.' is lhilllager o'Iitl1e I-Inrean ol' lieeonnnenrlalions and handles the official C0.1'1'GS1JO1ld'Ql1C6 pertannng to the reeonnnenlling ol' slmlenls Ihr po s1t10ns. During the past year, about 2,000 slnrlenls and Iiornn-r NIIHICIIIN have secured positions upon direel' reeonnnenllalion by lla- qmlll-o-47, 'pl,l.Nl. N . , received salaries -me-2 -- - A ' Page Tfwenly-four fgglegallllg over qlll,000,000 Vol- - . I llltlllll. lln 31.11 IIIIIS IT, V Q V F 1h VV, V :Vg V . .V MV 1 V V 5 l lf Y ! 'V k, ' " ff, " ',-wi 2 if gf , ,V - V f V ,,,., ,V . 4,-V V 3 V' - V f' iff' ' V . . . V . V .' ' f xx V ' . 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V K k ' "H+" " """' ' W' ,-'M 'C' MA'-F-T 1' ' K K V V I ,I Page Tfwenty-fifue ,, f lllfi f' V lb rv I7-L I lxlxp',j.i 11 lj Q lil ill ,I ,J pl L l l f lu 4 1 il Fix, 1 Hx-gi I VI ' iffii 1' A-1 5 gil - 1 ,ny 4 ' 4 5 'z-jk 7 N 'fl , ,EV I lb! I li? XE? . ,, AIT: X 4 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION Each school year strengthens certain customs and develops certain tendencies. While our College has always been dleniocratic- in its at- mospliere. no one Taking precedence ex- cept by his own effort' and ability. this year has seen ai decided uclvain-e in unify and fellowship. The Ol'Q'2Il1IZ2ll'lOIl of classes has made pos- sible lilllxll' 2lIl1J02ll'- 21.111-le in 1-lmpel: and Wm-king' together :ls They llzlve. lhey lmve developed much of 5 H The right kind of kj fig usvllcml spirilf' 'Phil fl USIIZIIDIISIIIIIUIII ol' lllm' Slmlent Uoum-il has 'HQ vonlinmwl the ideal ol' if Sllllllllll g'UYl'l'lllll0lll ijffff wlnvh wars begun in l9',g llalrllelle llnll Inst p yezlr, so than eau-lx frgl one lIl2l'Y now Nllill'k' Ill the l'Ullllllt'I ol' ilu- wrllegfe. null lk-ol him V fi MRS. MARIAN 4 I Nell al IZIVIUI' 111 Hx It MCFARLAND VVALKER, Dean of NXYOIIICII, IlI:lll:lg1'l'lll1'lll. HHH' fl li . - - , . , :tml lII1ll't':ll'1' uhm- I-.ll if:l0l'flxlHl1sl1. Ljlxllll soviely halls :ll'l' now usl-ll Ihr gymnasium even'lnolge-fm3mItH.liliiplsi :VMI l:S'1'l'UZllI0ll llHlll'Nu.lI1lN'l' mllmlv Iluv I 1- unit in Barileiie Hall I Jill 'wel ilu-I Nl in 0' Huh 'i""'l"g 'Xml' ml' Ulm' :""'l""'Q vig: hope, will continue om? 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A01'11sS 1111s 110sk pass 1110 ,I 1 1121111105 of 1111 g'0111'10111011 11s1111'11111s 111 1110 s1101111 w1111'1: 111111 1111 11's 111111011 11111 111 21 11011011 111' 1111101111 111110 d0101'1111110s, W1111 21 1111g111'111g' l11'01'1S101l 111111 11111111153 il Eff!" l1l'2lll'S S1'111'11s 111 S111'101"Y. 11010 ill'0 SI111111-1-011 11111' 1'1lll110S1 "111110s"-11111' wi111 1 I' 11121118 1'111' s1101111 111S1'1ll1'1'111ll 111'0 111'1111g111' 111 Il2lllg1l1'. 1110 111111'1 11110 11.1 F1'11111 I 110115 1'1lQ1'0 is 1111 1111110111. 11 is 1110 1111111 2l1'1l11'01'--1110 1'0l11'1' 11f 111s1 1'1'S111'1'. 1111? 111111'1i 11110 11.1 '1 - 12 1 Page T111-ezzty-sefzzefz DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIGN Professor Leslie I. Reed, Adviser of Men, was added to the oliice force this Year to assist iu ex- ecutive Work. In this capacity. he has the responsibility of the general welfare and direc-tion of the men enrolled i11 the eol- lege: and he is cou- sulted by them as to rourses of study. a11d the making and l'Il2lllg'll1g' of their schedules. He eou- lilll'IiS eollege eu- ti-auue OXZIIIIIIIIIIIUIIS and passes upon all sewn da l'.Y 1- re di I s 1:1-esented for I-ollege 0lIII'iIlIl'0. Ile is im- mediately eonnel-led with the 1'eg'isl1-411-'s K ollive: and this re- quires that he Ive :1 IIIOIIIIIOI' ol' val-iolls IIIIIIUVIZIIII vullllllll- tees: suvh as, the l'1-ogl-:lm 1IUllllllIlIl'l'. the .XIIIIUIIV Ikoall-al, and the llm-earn ol' i Ixl'4'lIllllIll'lllIIlI ions. MR, LESLIE 1. REED, Adviser of MCH. I'l'uIiessul' iIil'1'tI is T I , . IIII alumnus ol' the CFICISIS College, graduating' from the M. Ili. VIIIIVSQ' in IENNI, Soon :1I'Ie1- he attended the Iowa State Univeisilx I Il ' 0 I I f I I I I2 illlt' I IO I h.Ii. mleffree. 'I his ellm-zlliolnal uiork was later followed IW ' H 5 11106 he Wrl , H 1 . QUQIQIIIZIIO work al lIal'x':11-Il l'l1Ix'e1-situ :xml in ' I fs QIVGU W0 -"lull " 'I ' I' Xl' I" I": l'11ix' 1- ' ' I' , 1 is A , I K x I I . Im I it H 1 0 1 sl x ol loxxl Llgllt IIIISOI o IN nom x I Q . Va Slate leaehers folle 'e h-us l ll HL iIGl1llIIlllllIh am its 'ldlllllllgl' 1-,I ' I " " 'UIQ' fell Ille IlI'l'lI lol smh :un ollh-er In ' C ., " A -H -1 -' I 'I' . , , , ' I ' IIIII' IIINI H ll h is ploxul tht hu h XNUIIII p . , . ' , I if I I U ' 5 added emf'mI'C.I UI' IIIIN IIl'WI,Y-l'I'I'iIIUII msn In , ional QXGCIIIIVG power, but Pflgc' Tfwczzly-eigllf I - IIII Illll mel-elx 'ls 'III -ul zlsalmrealuol'imIixhIu:1lsen-wil-elollwmwx lilllbil w 1 4 5 A, up? 54 'iffifg 5.5 23 , v - -f 2 .-- I s s Il if K 4 I X Q Q XX X5 t ' ' A 11? V 11 ,Jw V: Qu L' i Q at , fi t X X , , s iiiifiit,,g'jsfQ,I 4 is s Quik? 5.'fL,gQ1sf,f gms X fi.. - X1 'lgxffi -fi. J Sn X, ,Ns xv X X iz 'Xnxv 'Rf'-, X1 f,, ,113 in Aj qi . i , NW fx' 5 ' 1 Oh, how often, oh, how often, has my i V eg wild he-art missed a beat, ,f ' i When I stood with p-ent emotions before j Al, ts, il Coryfs Judgment Seatg ii-1 F273 gi ff. ' YVhen I waited forthe Verdict of the Lord QQ! 1 High Faculties, fx fi? 1 Q ' Regarding my petition-based on several i f hi 5 little fm-ees. Q i ww 4 gi 1 1 2' i Fd! if 5 1 E. 5 1 5 in 1 g tg X, 5 7 i ' 1' 1 W 2 i 2 tg o i t t 3? i U . . A 1 4 QA11 Hail! Grand Champnon 1 . . ' tg 4 of theiB1g Links- , i i I E Nl - ,a.. EI I Y. , '.w,- fl W' ft 5 - 'Z I 1 ""' Z li 2' 5 ' 9x iv as av gg ,tsp F511 Q "T 'I .,, -1' - ff 'N' J! 1 b 3 1, I i A.. ifi A . Ti! 'Sl E ffyii Q 7 Miss BROXVN Miss XVILD Miss XVILBUR if ,ix LI'h K ',-' ff Ex, flfgvlfi xiii , E b L sw V V V, L L Ixqki.,-i,k. P ,W , ,A . -Q' ' -' XL! 2? U, it is A i i','f"sg.M-fb LEC Nil, 't ' ' gg 'ii " to 'A "''f':1jgifjgfgipgi,kx-? Page T-wenly-nine : -:qi E DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION daily. All of MISS ANNE STUART DUNCAN, Librarian. tl1ese lists and inany others which 1 The library, the c-enter of all the col- lege activities, has had a year of quiet progress, increasing gradually its direct service to the college in various ways. Each Friday after- noon between seven- ty-five and one hun- dred new books are placed on the new book shelves where they are left for one ino-nth that all read- ers inay see what the new additions are. The library contains at present approxi- mately 50,000 vol- unies b o u ll d and catalogued, 4.000 pamphlets. and is re- ceiving regularly QSO periodicals. The i-efei-cncc dc- pai-tincnt woi-ks con- stantly prcpai-ing bililiograpliics a n tl sniallci- lllillllllg' lists 'l'lll' tlclnlics and pal- pci-s, and looking np linndrcds ol' niisccl- lancons qncslions which arc ln'onn'l1l in 5 , i f aim piircllascd arc lilcal al Illc reference desk tor future use. V . i 1 l - . . . . ' u , D The libiaiy is playing a more and more nnpoi-tant pai-l in thc work ol ilu- training school. Teachers are bringnig their classcs lo llic gcnci-al liln-ai-y, while niany ot the students taking work in telic training mlcpai-lincnl Cll'l' con stant visitors. Besides the work with the iinincflialo collcgc llici-c arc scvoml ,i,.,,,,,,, strationhscliools receiving libraries, cacli containing alionl lilly lmulgg 04' :lil classes iroin the first to 'the ciglitli gi-ailc. ' Page Tllirly The Loan Desk I Want-ed a book at the Loan Desk- The clock struck two in the morning, I started at three forty-four. I said more things that were XVFOIIQQ Five hundred girls were ahead of I clutched my slip in a death-like meg grip- I felt like a chip on a feminine sea- I got it in on the Hual trip- I slept-it seemed an eternity- The book was out! I let her rip! I awoke-and fervently swore. K How long. O, Lord, how louglj READING ROOM Page Thirty-one C 1'l' ki if n' l: 1 1 fif' , ,f DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION 1-X"-i '15 ' The Extension Ser- vice owes its incep- liifgj tion to the broad ' 1'j1Qf mind of President I V Homer H. Seerley, 11 Who, after realizing 11 It for years the need-of iiwl teachers in service for definite help to 4111271 meet and solve the many problems of 11 the school room. fl found in the study it ,ki center a way to oifer I them the help they 1 ffl! needed. 3 tiff The iii-st study center was held in 15111 Clarksville, Butler County, on llGK'Gll1llG1' figiii 6, 1913. Fl'tlll1 the be- ll ginning. the move- QP inent was under the tv P' D guidance of ll1'. C. P. , if Colegi-ove. to whoni .1 jg as lili1'e1-to1- of lixten- 17,31 sion Sei-vice fi-11111 1 J liel-1111111111-. 151121, to AlA2l,Y, lillli, is due 11111 1 1:1 ,NL credit lftll' o1'g':111izi11g 1 H111 s1'1'1'i1'1' and plan" Yfgf ing it 11111111 its pres- Qi 111111 lnlsis11l'0lli1'11'111',1'. 'llllll 11X111111s11 ol' We PROFESSOR IRVING H. HART, 1311-actor of Extension sei-me "':""llf"m"" U," 'll' ? 1 4 bolvlle bv the smite i.hl,OuU,h W ,tel I 1 1. W, F . 0Xll'llSl0ll N01-1-ll'l' is doing' Sifudv A 1 .A 1 J? 'hfpecla n qlillllllrtllll lililllll l01'.ill1s Illll'IiUNll.. ll.lS.ll'llK'lUl'S D . 5 ceniei woilt iealize that they must deliver to liilvll 1111l11'11l11:1l in 1 attendance a full value in sei-vice, the 2lV'l'I'2lQ'O 1-ost per 111-1-Wu in -1111-ml-lm-0 being ahout titty-live cents, ' ' ' ' pemlgllllieoglfE?1SE13EgG.e:mei11cmtiiliiloiixmitts :kl11l1:1z1111l,. calling' tor :111l1'11111s11:1l Pegmal, duties in the 0011536 Hmm ll-M 1 A lvl lllhllllt luis 111 illltlllllfll 111 1111111- V M n is , if .111 111.1115 1o111111'11sg1l11111s 11111 only il, .IH oppoltunity to come to know HH. g.,.0,,1 Slam, HI- lmm in lm iniimt 1 x 1 . 10 knour each other lmema - .1 1 11.11, 11111 Page Thirty-lfwg .mpg R I 1 -3 iwf gs, V, M 2 4 xg? 220552 wr W y 352 VW 'Z 'EWS f f'-zfxfl 7, 'wvyjiff 1 f fQf1C',2,,f. ,, f Zff4yfZLf7f54 ,..?'Lf fjf ,v,,,, f f ,Q ,M , fff, QZZZZ 4 5,y X V. 'feng X F37 4 za ,4 ff f gf ff G, ff' f x f 1 X X ,, f f I X X 1 , f A, , 7 O 9 ff WI' Z f ,fl 7!f!! X ff MZ? 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X ff 'Q 13 , .. 2, ffffflii 'fa' av ' ' 'iw' N X' 1 U 4 H ,ff 4, ,V 'f ', . ",1':V,ii, ' - 4 H..- V. Q.. f VV , H ,- , , A ., . V A V .. -- -1 V 4 , A ' ., 0. . 'V . ,Vjg -f 1 3 ,ff .47 va? W' ' 16. ' , ' ' f J , Q fx " Q , W1 ,- f..-B,-7. , V .- . I ., ff. ff -5 A H ' 7 V .Nw x 5 Y' 'B' x , fm, .V ,, L V,,. 'u Q rv 1' ? T f-- , Q1 1, wi' 1 ,L J' I I 1 1 , -on -' np ji we... L, ,..,.,V..-- V. 4337 ,, V x ' " " fV'v ' v . 'w . . VN. I -' V I I K V , ...-if-':fQ',,,,.. Q 5 .... ...L 1.1- VL I ' ,Z t 4 27 ...M xx X xx, 5,95 :X ' . - 335:51 x Jw . ii 5. ,. 2 .-I .V .j V .235 ,123 ,2 236 gf ,Q ,un ' rn J 5 -' ...u- ., ., J . 4 I Vi V K Page Thu ly three DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION "WTI PROFESSOR G. W. WALTERS Head of the Department of Education In a school de- voted specially to teacher training, the Work inust, of neces- sity, be centered a- round the theory and practice of edu- cation. So, from the earliest years, re- quired courses have been maintained a- long the niain lines of educational theo- ryg and these were supplemented later by the organization of the trainino' school. 1 c The work of the departnient is cared for by eight teachers who l'G1l1'GSGlli' prep- aration in the best noi-nial schools. col- leges and universities of this country. with wide experience in rural. town and city schools and higher institutions. 'l'lte depart tnen t handles neat-ly one thousand students each tet-nt in its classes. 'l'lte attempt is to eentet- the wot-lt - - . . .. 4. 1 1 1 . d in I u ttound tn .tttttlalt an synipathetic knowledge ot child nature and needs, and tlirouglt tltis, ltr tit the Dulllls for tlt -' - 1 ' E - E- ' E len places in out society. i , - 2 7 ' Y .V N -. Q - p , I t'lhe Eequned wotilt tonstttules one-llnrd ol the lwoeveat- t-out-5-t-S, :tml all nios - -- E' - of ' tunity to prepare more 'F ll Z - I one ouith ot the lout'-veaif courses. ltlleeliv t ' ts tllot-d students an oppot- ll 5 a ong lines ol' special needs Page Tllirly-four 5 "YQ, K. w . XX, X. 5 xXC 'N X 'X . F? N. -,. X., .x . - Q2 'a 'K Vw, x X H' "E ' 'W . S-.um ' K,-'Q x led 2 l . , ye- .' 4 2 G2 dwg Ji FX -' H, -gf 5" Q nw ik I.. I w il I' I ,Vs lx Q.. Fl . fi le, HSM . it W' H? li 1 I - ts. -1 v ll in lie Ql ff 1 e 1 ti, JW .,.... '22 E I F -ag A. , fl- r- ? E bl el 'll el 1 lil L I E - lil, L gl l w-VI: .Q ll Fil lr' 4' lc: IQ li fxlf. ,y lffl sp x XLR, M lil lx li P1 fl lf Il DQ I.: ll til li l.,.,I .2 'il , 1 Now, BuEum's class is interesting, We all agree. We never settle anything, We all agree. In Vain We struggle for the light, From rampant tongues roll words of g might 5 And then, b'gosh, there's no one right! We all agree. l E l I I PROFESSOR CHARLES Psychology is just a fad, We all agree. About the worst we ever had, We all agree. Some fellow with -a taste for fame. Called -everything a different name, Outside of that-it's just the same. We all agree. PROFESSOR BUFFUM Philosophy? Hard to teach,- We all agree. The stuif is far beyond our reach, We alllagree. We study of the chosen few. Just what they did and didn't dog And after that-why, then We're thru. We all agree.- .l. ff, gg PROFESSOR SAMSON gl b my f ,-. .. ...gl 1 Hi 3 'g'l K' , 35'-'lf Q QF I .li fjr, gillixy tri of . D 3 N3 I ll rl ti 5 'E Er: l ,. E Q ls, 2' I l-- l ' lil E lil . LE? I! wx li' I lf if ,Qi f' ll - jig iillfi ii! 'v xf n - I -af f I -.1 tl ig - -J ll .4 U' 'W tc yl Ll, Y' X Trl l ill gy, n C... Ejiy ff! l-2' fi? I , , 1 . . I, ll! I. lla ff' l f fxxfff. ' -- 3-5, gil 55 Kitt lf LT? 11 lg! ii ini? 1' Page Thirty-fifve DEPARTMENT OF TEACHING DOCTOR C. VV. STONE He ad of the DeP21l'fment of Teaching rw , lhe work ot efich 0'l'Oll 1 is 0 1 1 The purpose of this departnient is ttV0- fold. It is to provide the best possible con- ditions for children to learn and for stu- dents to teach. The foundation of all the Work of the dep-artnient is the children's learning. The Critics inake it their first business to see to it that all teaching is what the children needg the rooin teachers make it their first business to see to it that the children are develop- ing to the best ad- vantage: and any cases needing con- tinuous special at- tention are placed in chan-ge of the teacher for special cases. Xot only are these pro- visions zlvailalble to insure progress ot' pupils, but the nuni- ber of student teach ers zlvzlilallile :llso lllilli0S il possible lo li ai V e children at work in k'0lllllRll'Ils lively sniaill groups, ' i .L D' l -' 'l"lfQf accor ' ' A .. - - - ot the nieinbers, ot the ffro bfi e 'img to llle mpailmililies :ind nwds - Q D Q30 Uno- iq but A, . ,. , ' I xl' lil llo- flleorefjvn , it n. 'Q ' IL counterpart ol 0-ood lummin . , l in Tmimsfof IHg'?:l?l1Elo1l,,z1l1l inetliods, plains, SuI,,m.x2Siml My li1lfil"Lfl'l"' "ll: . ' ' l'Gll's earnii - 'i -N ,- - ' '- - 1 VS ei put their theories of education tfiiiili HHN tliohllmll Willlles cell1'L1'e slntlonls lo . V 1 :A Y , 1- O ,VNV I .z X w . I x - . this imdgl iawmme mmlmmw with lqvmpillirl lcsi. .ind it mnzibh-N thi-in In do ' 1 . Q tx . , Pflyf' Thirty-,fix ilk llllll elqygp :li hand. 1 lily Q F62 K .-X. Y KX A1 gEt xl - . .king tx-li SH 'x - , I ,I 1-Fri? I, Q K. I QL ti 'Sei ities ' ff, L-J it 1 l V. QQ' 4 it wi H I T ite it 2 fi ld f I V-1 I xv, F . A 1 , i U .E i lx Q a : it a ,-3 a,,,,,.a a"" ---- it Eiillavisillillilcnnhi . ,ini n ...J l 5 1 E131 liffp aj- f lx' , . -1. 'r-' if ,l X X a 1 . fllifi 1 l'- 'il ,l ,A V 4"""m w 1 l N ,..,. I J 'X Q . W Q, xXx-!,.x4.. . r il I . e. -qxrrf . I x .. p p , .i it I -. n ,, .-- Xi , J .f t P ,f ,xl l ,l -1, ,I J .Q eil? ' :of '. l ti-T-X012 'f xx!! ffl Q 0' ' 1 K 1 l r r OWED TO THE TRAINING SCHOOL Qitfzefijt i oh, time den of deep iniquity- 'Thou source of my perplexity- I ' Pray pass me from thy portals, quick! F Five times a week you make me sick. EV You shatter all my Worldly joys- I You fill my life with little boys- . On things I like you place a ban lg j XV ith that obnoxious lesson plan. A 5 4 Oh,' why, oh, why must such things be! 3 Thou double-dyed monstrosity! i ' '32 E l tl . 2 MI, gil' L E I t e X if l 1 'Lustrative Teaching's just a fake, ,f We all agree. E p , t' , 3 . No one pretends to stay awake, A . ,ee-- I A YVe all agree. il , - ' , w2-.."4 3 Solnetiines we write a plan or two. te l TllQ1'6,S nothing definite to do. iff' . l--- K- lYe study things we always knew. lf We all agree. School Management is simply hunk, J ll'e all agree. l It's just a choice array of junk, Q. 5 lYe all agree. ' " EX2lllllll2lIlOllS are a bore. QI JE We read the hook the night before. 1? And then we roll a perfect st-ore. We all agree. EF r Q32 3, ' A Ln- t MISS LUSE . ,-We -7 "L 1 'ERIE fi. fl A -J , jx ' 3 Page Thirty-.refven DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 1'1 5 ,v,v.,1 M11 1 1 ill! -1 T 11-ti fr '1 lf' 3 . . 1 I l R , l Q. 1 rg J 1 P l ll fl, 3 1 lfii fi 13 5 in , L ' '--1 5 lf? 1 15' I ki! 1 V11 IF1 K 1 fl 11 W J ik 1 ,zz it CJ 'f 'Lili Ln L 11, xi Q E1 17 it li 14-3 C 51 fi' il 1? Mt : 1, is Q1 fly VA! Y. if i H L li--xg Z iff! r.- lr 1, . I Q1 '1,.' i 11 iff? 15. iii 1 ii-if 1-' 1 V, H K, PROFESSOR S. A. LYNCH During the current year the roster of the English depart- ment has included eighteen teachers: six Profesors, s e ven Assistant Professors and five Instructors These teachers ' re- ceived t h e i r edu- cation in twenty dif- ferent institutions : two special schools, six colleges. and twelve universities, including two of the inost noted of Euro- pean universities. This wide range of academic experience gives to the person- nel of the depart- ment a variety of th o u li t and ai breadth of view that furnish il rich fund of ideas for the wel- fare of students. T I1 e departnien t has undertaken sonic new plans of :id- ministration th i s year. liisteaul ot' han'- ing the "l'rovisio11:1l" litc1':l1',v societies :ls- I Head of the Department of English siglwd ill V2ll'i0llS t i'l'2ll'il0l'S. alll ol' this work is now under .the supervision ot one teacher. The same idea has bi-1-11 up plied to the l119ll?S incorporated literary societies. This plan gives 1111il'or111ilx' Of Sf211ld2l1'dS and criticism tor these societies and nmkcs possible the l'l'iliiZilli0ll ot desirable results, of H Another departure has been the nttenipt to 1-h1ssil'y i'il'0Silllll'll on lhc lmsis Hgh 16 3115335-3.aiidlefliaieiicy ot their el1e1111e11l':11',V :md srcoiiilaliw' IbI'l'l1:ll'2lii1111 in lingo Q, Q '10' f- .f ' c"w,, t I- .I . , ,' ty Ht, lj IC woih done 111 'ifl0hillll.lll i'ilIg.1ilNil :md hy 111l111-11141114111 Page Thirty-pig!!! ik .4 4 ' 'fc' -- -' v .. VA ,rl gf r 5? 1 X ,K .N ,vigi 'mi . . , bk! " ' ' v- ' 1 I X W Q ff? I f'i to t I I iflfffi9Ii?5 ft , .1 iii? it get 1 " "ji I .. . I Q' M ,I 'Me U 5 1 If v -'1 It t QU F2 tt if if I 3 :Ein tt Q it '... tx 'I W i 3 I '-if ' F 3:4 It M S 5 t f 'Q Y A 1 -F q I-5 MISS MARTIN MISS LAMBERT MISS OLIVER V t E, . . . . . . , 1 given 1D answer to certaln SDQCIHC questions, the teachers decided that some - v SIE' students would need to take a second term of Freshman Constructive English, Hg While those who did strong work were 'fpassed outt' of English I. Further- ' ME . more, these students were classiied as to Whether or not they might be excused 5 Q ' from the surve course in English Literature on account of their ca Jabilit to I 'xi M ' . X C. . . I . y 5 E get do more intensive Work. It is hoped that this new method ot 1neet1ng the 3 E E needs of Freshmen will greatly increase the benefit that students may receive A' from the c-ourses they pursue. gg . 1 . nl Phu-.5 4 E I Q 11 - '- ,. 5 t ' fi . . - Q I The fzntcrpzctfzvtzon of the prinftctl 5 qt I J pagc, Q .ig We ull agrcc. fig V gi Is thc grcntcst stuff in this grcat CIMQC, 2 A t T We all ayrcc. 1 I E -5 fl. public spcf1l.'cr's fume wc sf'c'k-- H ji 15 4 Wc fcct that :rc tzrcrc born to spcalc- 1 3 E 4 tTl1c dcI1l.9ion lasts about tl 'zc'Cck.j 5 1' HY' all ugrcc. E if 33' i s -. E, 1 :ff MISS STRAYER FK ,KAI , ..g , ' "v'Al' F11 ei- V M 'i'At 'L Y' 2 gr! I ,'v'x .4 Iji...-:A1'?i"1Q" F K i V X Y v , r to '-1x.k'L"v Y 1 ,.ge', Page Thirty-nine 1 ". 311. 111' ,11 11" 111' 111. 1 C11 I Page Foriy DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION , PROFESSOR D. SANDS VVRIGHT Head of the Department of Religious E11111r:111011 may have 3 key to the SCl'11J1'111"11 -111114111111 11 D111-111g the S1-11001 year 15115-16. as a te11tz1t1ve 111 Q21 su re. Bible-S1111111' clasws 11' 0 1' e 1l1211111'2l1I1Gd. The 111s1'1'111-111111 was given g1'z1t11111111s11' 111' 111111111101-S 111' 11111 f211'l111'j'. 11111 C'121SSeS 111ee1'111g 111111 11111-11 21 11' 11 11 11 1 21 11 11 1'l'1111111S 11'111'11 g'11'11l1 111 st111111111s 1111111 s111-- 1'11ss1'1111.1' 1-111111111111111 11111 1'11111'S11s 1111'111'1111. S11 1211'Q1O was 11111 1111- 111211111 1111' S11l'11 111- S11'111'11111l, 111211 11111 1':11z1111g 1111- 11111 8111'- 1-111111111g j'1'211' 1111- 111111111-1111 11111 11l'11I11'1' 11111111 111 1111113111113 1C11111':1111111 :ls :1 1K'1'111Il1111111 111111111-11 111' 11111 11111111 111- 111l' 1-111' 11-g-1-. '1111l'1'11111'N1'S1111.1'1'K'11 2l1'1'21N 1'11111111'SZ 1'111'S1. 11 11Y1'11l1111' s11111'1-11s11111:111 K'11111'Nlx. 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Some of the parts of the Bible which will be intensively studied as illus- trative-of these literary forms are: the lirst chapter of Genesis, the folk-lore of the Jews as found in the early chapters K- of Genesis, the book of Job, the book of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, the Sermon on the Mount, the Fourth Gospel, and the' Book of Revelations. 2. A two-hour course in the Ethics of th-e Bible. One lesson or more is given upon each of the Ten Commandments ethically interpreted in the light of the ,, dispensation of the Law and of the Gospel. 3. A course in the History and Teach- ing of the Bible. ' This includes means and .- methods of instruction in morals and man- ners to children in the primary rooms and in the grades, as Well as the more formal teaching of the Bible in secondary and higher schools. '5 . -c T A on 53. d'T'ur:3ji1m.m Li. -. gm!!! ll. g.uultlllllllllllgllmm..:mug . . ' .o MISS MARGARET H. MCCAGUE Secretary of the Y. VV. C. A. ,., 4. A course in the Life of Christ. Stalker's Life of Christ used as a Wfff' A text-book. Never before in Christian history has the Bible been studied so generally or so universally as now, and never before has sectarianism meant less than at the present. The men and women of today are not deeply interested in the de- ft - nominational doctrines that ditferenti- . f A ate the churches: but they are pro- -1: ,- V f-4 I-I P-I I-f ,Cl- -. '4 ..... 14 .- -e- G9 '1' 0 Z. -1- FD ,CL .... P-I IS' -Q- ,.. li C UQ '1' FT, .. FH' -+- -4: 5 IS' I-4 N I '7 mental teachers of the Bible on which . .yon .,,f 1 --If l i 1 ai . - div' iiiixfy 1. fy be-4 Y li". Nj is! it it .. l lv i ,A i , W: .K . lj ll wx il 1 is 1 in lil ii! 1 fx ll l deli -T N., ...yi 'x fi ' all the churches are founded, and which l' . . . . 5 .': Qt 3. are the common bases ot true religion jri gg' and righteousness of life. These con- ffl' J Q 7 ditions create a need which the courses ff , - . , . . , . , if, . Ef T in lXQilQQlUllS l'Allll'2li'lUIl seek to hll. In HQ, l -. 4. . . . .XJ3 fi f all the instruction given therein the dis- .gg A i ft' cussion of questions of denominational . gl dogmavare sedulously avoided: and no ix 1 dj, ' teaching is introduced that could ,QQ ji ..-.i?j1i,1 oti'end the religious prepossessions of iEVff9f' AUBREY C. GRUBB an3'- E iffj 5-143 President of the Y. M. C. A. Q "'i' l f' t ff? 1 Qdiif' Q ef ii5.f-ifitifil, . . N . . we--A lit A 5 sz-mf, ,ttc in Q T . .C A A. i V . 1 gf wg- . .. i I- W . f . li." f 'iii 'f c' ' .login v ' ' . '1Tgg-4.ii.iii ' A "Rs--T :EEN t it ' --XY A i A T Q it l . . .wasifvf 11'-s 5-33---MW -fm 4-4 .V .Hi!i"VL YA . . i -5 -'-f-v---'w-- --- ---- ' -71 ' ' 7 L-'J IX-JL.JfLbi x N . N l .s . - - . .x Q Page Forty-one 5 i i 1 1 i i 1 i i E I I 1 I i u G I 1 i I DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFESSOR JOHN B. KNOEPFLER Head of the Department of Ft of at-credited hioh school Geri Oreign Language The German De- partment was organ- ized in 1900 with the present head as its one instructor. By 1904 the division had grown so as to make an additional teach- er necessary. By 1012 the enrollment of the department had increased to such an extent that a third ineniber was added to the teach- ing statif. At iirst only two yea rs of GQl'lll2lll were Utl30l'Gtl. -Xt present, all the time ot' one teaellel' is de- voted to snlrcollegi- ate G0l'lll2lll, that ot' another wholly to collegiate tl0l'lllilll. and that ol' a third to G e 1' nl a n and French. 'l'en classes in tlei-man and two in French recite daily. All coin-ses tor snlvcollegiate work in the t'orn1e1' lilllglllilgt' are ottei-ed each term, as is also the work l'o1- stn' dents with two ve-ns Offered only infle f H Q E .l12lll..'q0l:lll2lll tor beginning classes is I:t'Q'lll2ll'l,Y . , 3 mlm, Jlld lb .lol those students who make their t:lll"ll age entrance with some other credit, O L 1 . Q , quired knowledge of G6l'l'llilTl in thek Q it -'tub mtv bw" mmf' tt' IN' then' at- higher institutions where sn'I lv , l,m.Mm. 0' mlm""'x'l.lt'xg"WN 'H "'l"" ' ' ' Xl"'llltt'flPlt' IS olten a prereqtnsite. Page Forty-ifwg 4-4 3 I U xl .55 ri-A TFA. V. 4. , y. fre e We v e B -In . , 1 :V f h- X,,!'-.- -5 I .' I I '. feff.. YJ. . -ax Si' w. 5 Y lx Q Q N A YY-fl 'FI-LMT'xl4'4A A HI' X . 2 fx., - ,1 A-S--4,5 ,rj-Sur.: - M -N V miA 4.- I , A N-ge... ' 1a,',--a.:,,1,. Q I' ' X "5 'f'-"4 1 3 1 AA 5, 7 5 as Xia, ,I+ xii? 53 I, XI f I , A TRIOLET OF HAPPINESS Why should I be happy dear? A - ' I e Eoofutez, ma ehere petite.. . I tis' reason enough that yoa- are he 1 Exa m fl 1- 2' -- 01 Q I , I 1 . Q! H l I ' I 2 53 FE . 5 ' 1 S l 1... 5 ' - Pm always happy when yoa are 'ne re. 5 When e'er we chance to meet. y .1 You ash why I am happyQ clear- y I Je vous avlfme, ma ehere petite. . E 1 Y E an l 3. L ei 1 i. l y' m NOW, Latin is peculiar stuff. Q 2: We all agree. 1 lg I The poor old Romans had it tough, We all agree. ,lag It makes us labor beastly late- - You see, the stuff's all out of date- ? We only guess-and then translate. l 5 We all agree. 1 , A :W J' . .W 'I 1 ,, NVE! .gh .. g-gggnipgip...-.,,..-nlltll ll In I rhfF"l!!T i.-jmlrlni1uT'F': 4. . Jn... I ffvf' '- f ,v-H V INN F51 Q-. J 4.15, . , N-... ,.. g ' 'e 4 -A 1W' s..,- " ,g N ,,-- .... -, Q . V, .-. .4 . ., .. s . , .,.. .-... That's why I should be happy, clear. re- ar- A class in French is lots of fun, lVe all ag'ree. But ir's more amusing when its done. XVe all agree. U. S. is just within our reach- fBut darn those rules of foreign S1lGQClll'l There'er simply things that ran be reached, We all agree. ,W ..., . ....,.xk Q . . , ' XM - I-f M ": ':"v7:'.11'Y'--,'----we-F "X X.--'F ,f -, 4' ,Y ,rw i E 1 s. 15' I. ,,Q:'l . 133:81 J 15 EF lima li MU ly ,155 l h up Ll 33 'F Q' l 4 E53 I E ill I L I lf I if 4 if lil li gi , Fa , fi- ' 4 E? fl wt 3 hi fl 5 l iii? ...gl .7 -UQ gf -4 hi' QM? .L XX J! .-,I I f' ," Ili-xt,,.?,, ..,.-'.1.l-fill'-ir-' - -' v- -'V ' ,.jj'jjj ig jg 111' -. f... Qf I I.. uQ,.1YM-AA gage gf-.. '--9'--N"-I -N-" ' ' ' . K, iff' X 'gag f',4:gg:i":g:...1.'i'1' :S 1' N Q ' ,ff El fig... , .4 ,', 4. 'X-iq I , ,, , ' .. gg .. ..-- . --g-VA A--H-V - Nxfi , 5 If .Wg-w - g .. , . -. ff xl -f1T':'Ef""H Y' 'll ei i i W pfisk 2 J- ' - e- - J'-f .W ' 5 f f 5. I ' -,V Ngfgfg--f,.bfl-f 1' fp f -.--H---.------ekj-1r,11m,1j1,wif' 1 ' f 1 f U 1 W1 f--Aw-Vfr----f----W'---k-f -M '-1-f ---it -' '--if 'X-X' .,-, 1,-1-,, .' -. QL! A if PagcFo1Sly-three DEPARTMEN T OF LATIN . if ,, W, lil ff! li hifi 'y lf: H if ll ll 19 541 if all Ali. li lr l l l,,LQj,,l X l K' l l f 'ljlf lll alll ll li ill ll? I ill . l ll lj.f lit! My 1 if l I 1 l X l - l 4 1 ' l , l ' 1 , ' ll lj 'Vg 2: . 'l :li im ful r' ll l If lil V! W, it ll , fl li: if - fl l , 1 ' l F ' l H' l 5 f l f ' l W , 5 ,M llll if 57" ll li l, I' lil ri ll: , Nl l 4 l l Pllffl' l'0Nl DR. FRANK IVAN MlQRCHAN'l' llcacl of the Department of Latin llllllfl l'lmn - ' 1 1 1 A ., .ui llllllllgllll, .xml h'Ylllll.lllIi'lll' slluly ll llll'UllQll llw 'lmsflium ul' llm el- -- - - - - ' n I 4 . 1 . 4 Q 15' 4 , ni. llhhlhll l.u1gul.wo,' 1 ,' l'x, xg Students offeri n g for emi-am-e an d wisliing fo prepare Tllffl'lISlflVffS To Teach Latin have an oppor- tunity in the Latin Department to con- tinue The study unin- liei-ruptedllv for four ,veurs in c-uni-ses de- voted To The reading' and i11I'e1'p1-etatiirm of Latin zlllrlmrs. In liilllll 1-ulliposileimi. In the ll1Sl'Ul'.V ul The lilllg'll2lg'G. and In spe- vizll sliurliv ul' lille works l'C2lll in Ille lligll svlmul. T11 0 lun flu men I all edu- l'2ll'l0ll2ll v Il l ll e ul' liilllll lm- alll sm' dents. 4-spm-izllly fm' :ull l0:ll'llvl's, is l'l'l'UQ'- nizml in g' v ll e rail vmirsvx ul' v x' 1' 1' 3' grzule. ln :ull 1-11111-ses. wlwlln-1' mvalliuilall ul' lilwrzll. vIl1l1':u'ul' is m.ulc In vumluvl Illv Wmwli ul' lllv mlv- p:u'lnwnl in sm-ll :1 Wzlj' :lx In mlvwlup llll' m'l:lsNim':1l xpirll. 'l'lllN is l'Ull1'l'lYl'll :ls ilu' Illlllllllt' nl' miml I vlalssu-:ll llllllllllllf x. .Xllll'l'll'illl NlIlllUlllYll1'Ull -lx - , 1 . , . . I A 1 L 35 never lNfl0l'0, l5"'i"'l"lNlll0ll lrmn well :xml lrmn llw lmnplm Nlllllh ul llw l!l't'Yl'lll .1 lnrmfl .md lllNllll'l'l'l'Nll'll oulloull, lllulupmmnl ul lln 'mmm ul mlm 1 .ln llllll Ill .lml llllllllllllllll llllmxlulw ul ill Q I ' ' L rx I 2-5 "' ' ' Hxslul, :5:r-X-x - . H I 5 lll UXNII llllylllfw, .1 ll.lllll ul U 1 . 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E Ji wil Q I' fn 2 f ,f +'f I Elm 2' 3 ,As I , w - .-J." ff s y Y' t, g U Q 71 ll i 'Q :EQ ' fi ' 'i Page Foriy-jfwfe DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS PROFESSOR IRA S. CONDIT Head of the Department of Mathematics The history of mathematics is a record of constant strife between the practical and the theoretical. The Egyptians were em- piricistsg the Greeks gloried in pure science and in philo- sophical speculation. The Sophists of Pla- to's time were in- terested in compu- tationg Plato looked upon computation as a vulgar and child- ish ai-t. Art-liiinedes gave to the world many practical in- ventions . b u t he valued more highly his discoveries in pure science. .Xt the time ot' the invention ot' printing we tind in lClll'0Il0 tlle algor- ists, enipliasizing computation and eoininercial arith- inetie: and the utm- eixts, studying the tlieoi-'V ot' nnnibei' and ottering no rules for eonlpntation. So tln-ongh the eentn- ries the stu-ite has 0'oiien Y - . . - . . , . :nd H1ff:llll.l 311, and weaie still in doubt as to the prop-er nnxtin-e ot pmt-tn-e mc d o maintain the proper balance between the two is the pi-obleni a Tfapaitinent of mathematics. Q tlldeut 01 lnalllelllflllih, illltl too olten tlle atlvaneetl stntlent o--IQ megely al glimpse of the lmeaut-ips of HN Subiwt- .N mg mm, ig W 'l,m,.1,h.' flux D19 111 efnfn' - 4 . . , - ' "' I ' ' ' f- - 'W . ing the inecliannal opeiatlons neetletl Ioi- computation. Ile is Page Forty-six i .xx Zyl sXyxN . l . -1 1' 'x N1 3 .R fi g j"f'it 1 14 1, 'A Qs 1, E' xl Xi' Y fx -5:-1 1 1 y 1 111 -., ,. if 7 ri JJ '1 1 I 1 .9 il' fl L 1-.- tiff' .'1" li 3 fa leg ' .l X' 'L ng' r-.f Lil u 1 :il N HX-,l Xt. 1 fir 1 ,H 1 1121121 It fill s 2' yt 1 -1 11 rr 'L , 'Til 15:31 1 if 1.1 islii if a 'SAI' 12 iifi 2 F1335 Iii! 1 . 1 ,..., 1 vi i b E41 1 ffl . 9 1 '1 17 1 ij Yi 1 1,1 it 1 .11 51,1 3- bfi 'xii' 12 - E112 r 1--'44 l tri 'X ' iii? if-31 ze, Q11 L-,I I "ll ' ,.l, 1 A . It ,.l , , . LZ A14 lfif' 'i YQ i f i I 'iv ii '11 mu 1 'I 'vi 5 g 1 .i 1 1. lg, 5 , ,I A 1 J if s I if g 5 , 1 ...Ali ' t-old of the wond- 1 ' ers accomplished ' R. Q in mechanics, in . ' W . .71 1 ,U 5 and dreams of the ' 1 time when his de- , 3, lightful antici- :Q pations of these A wonders will blos- il . som into realiz- 1 ation. It is per- .li haps at this point 1 fg that his roaming i fancy is brougl1t --as - - to earth by a new refinement in the treatment of radicals, or a prob- 3 1 relentlessly by hypothetical hounds. . Computation is essential and its processes and . rules must be mastered, but the student also may 1 be led to see that - 9. .mt everything in the - World about us is 1 ,,DICK,, the tunction ot science is to study 4 mine as far as possible the causes under- e 1? .-. v lying observed events. To observe, to corre- -1 1 1 late, to express in laws and formulas, is the work of tl1e scientist illld he needs a nreans of expression. This need is inet by f mathematics. It has been said that hall science as it grows toward perfection be- . com-es inatheinatical in its ideas." I I The dep-artment of mathematics is trying g to vitalize the subject and its teaching. The ' problem arising from real life is the center of attention. Courses in arithmetic are be- ing Worked out in the class room. Algebra is correlated with geometry. geometry with algebra, and both with physics and allied nfl. MISS EMMA LAMBERT 1' subjects. ' OL" . ' ...Ei?lQ:giLrg,,,.4g.- hiigligjijjg- 2 'Q -.i?:ffFQf?5fff y - O V's.iffr1f???f122lfl?-:ii iiatrui ' Page Forty-sefven JJ- r ,. Lt L1 1-em in which impossible foxes are being pursued 1 - Q l -wk relative and that ut,-I the inter-relations of things and to deter- , ,U ,. l ' Xi X' ' p, !.f.Qf.,! 1-1 59 gi cu cr: 3 CL co E D M gssqg ,mln SL 9+ 5 D UE' QM UW ' no Z 3. 32395 45F,f 1j'lx1.,L Willa ,... 'P' 'KJNJ K1 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY The present phy- sics and chemistry department of the Iowa State Teachers College developed from quite primitive conditions. In 1884, Mrs. Maude Gil- christ, the daughter of President Gil- christ, taught all of ' the science as well as some of the mathe- matics in the Iowa p S t a t e N o r m a l , School. At that time Q the only sciences in , M wh i ch systematic I work was done were , physics, botauy and physiology. lu 1886, Mrs. Delia Knight. succeeded Miss Gil- christ as teacher of science and lflnglisli. Miss Knight was succeeded in 1889 by Pl'0lfQSS0l' A. C. Page who devoted his cn- tirc time to sciencc work. l'1'ot'csso1' Page ta u Q' h t thc tirsl x coui-sc ollcrcd in A l'l1cn1islI'.Y based on - DR. LoU1s BEGEMAN l21l'Q1'21l0l'.Y lwllvlivc- ' . ' , . . . J Head of the Department of Physics and Chemistrv X I lohhhm i?l'i 1 ' . ' A l'i',Y was :lt 1 01 to tliile faculty in 1890 and took charge oil? the natural sciences leaving' thc phvsics, iijleipistiy and minerologylin the hands ol' ll,,l'0l!0SS0l' l':1Q'c. llll-UNIX Iggy! lu' Hug 10 issolw 1338? Wfls supplied with an assistant. H 16529, 11'0l"QS-SOI' L. B'GQ'Glll'2lll and l'1-o'l'osNm- S. lr' l1M.am. Iwi. l.h.N.,,-. ,y the work in physics. ' ' X ' bl ' fi Cougidgetdepaitliieiit-lnais .1 high reputation, and all ol' IIS lm-,,,1,li,.N lump md . ..a we giaduate study in prominent univtcirsilics ol' thu ,,,ulm.N.. Page Forly-figlfi C ' , I Q SXzN."xiQ ws . .l l Q l 1-ll,-3 r A -U t ltr -1. .S 4 . L p. 1 i 1 , x' , lg Ili gi lg. l .Wg M t . , 1 1 ll !2 e 1' F fl E l l :H 2 ls I! rfb VL' f -l 'l '.4'y ,l.,, ll M all 'K 12 E lb li : 5 . lu ,l " l ,L Mi ps .N lj? 'W ll " F ---': F Aj ' 'E lil l bij T ,P-if 'll ffm?-RQ 33j,,,i2tf ,if ' f V5 lgiiilffl A ff,-,.., 'A il 2 l 1 X- , E N 2 ' l Nato 'i " l in 1 xt' - , ,N , , , n 5 .., i XX - QN., 1,,,,,A ,YY,' , ,M L V J, I "BOBBY" Chemistry is funny stuff, VVe all agree. It isn't safe to run a bluff, We all agree. You take an SO something six- You put it in a tube and mix- Then Charon-and the River Styx. lVe all agr-ee. A Picture of " Bobby" This is a picture of 'fBobby!' He is noted for th-e universal scope of his ex- aminations, for his unparalleled efficiency in enhancing the innate' uselessness of chemistry formulas, and for a Wink, a smile and a hand-clasp, that iill his classes on an elective basis. All hail! to ffBobby"! Ye Gods, that Physics-rather bad-- XV e all agree. It makes us mad, wild-eyed, and sad. XV e all agree. We study heat, and light, and sound- lVe reason, round and round and round- In search of things that can't be found. We all agree. 1 '- , U ,..., - H - xx, V . l 5.5 J ff' gg-lg f-' y -.fi ,f't'2y5z l K... is X ,... 'fl..,,-l,iQ1QQN Li, gi ,Q 331 E-4 if? ffl T L, . rl- E ll FE-ill Z? J ll A li f ,. g SM l, if lj? Q lie , lf li V J Eel l if l Ml? ZXQN' ' lil, tl F39 la lifes? if mfr? fgiiifl A LU I . J, ,V J, LU., Page Forty-nine DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCE J S t t l l t t Page Fifty PROFESSOR MELVIN F. S AREY Head of the Department of Natural Science The development of this department, like that of others, has been gradual- The physical and natural sciences were intimately associated for years. In the Fall of. 1890. Profes- sor A. C. Page who had been doing' the work of both these group s, retaining Cheinistry and Ph? sics, turned over the natural sciences to Mr. A1-ey' who had recently been added to the corps of in- structors. YYith the increase in the nuin- ber of students and the ditt'erentiation of the work. teaeliers have lb 0 0 ll added troni time to tiine: until at present tliere are eight in- structors in these dit'- tforeiit buildings. 'Phe laboratories are well emtiiippetl tor doing such work as the various courses will tor, and Q't'llt'l'UllS lie brarx' t"n-ililies , . . sup- plenient th e rcci' tation, the laboratory and the tield work. ,lieeeiitly nn ciglitean-i-e tract nt' land has been purcliased, which is to be tleveloped as t'nr as possllilv, into ai natural habitat for plants and animals. lt' also has within its tiinits oiitrrops of rocks and kindred growtlis that are oxevllviit' tor illustration work in Physiograplly and Geology. 'l'he niuseuni ot' natural historx' has eiiinwtl ai steady growth since its institution, and nttoi-ds thi i l i -. 'ougli :in cxoelloiit collection ot speelniens, an unusual opportunity tm- tit-Nt 4,1,e,.,.Y.lH,,n I, , .Y tlll' vlussvs. X lk tw x K X.. XXL . Xa x t .Mrk . xv il . l. ln- if K 1 lil" 1-. ml. 1 , EW -L ., ,,M. N . ""f, ,rf-.' Khjx gayx W v iii 9 4 1 .2 .7 ,X 5.1 tl Ll 22? Q 1, Q I Q7 get N Q l . n sue 5 A i' l 5 l .. ll i Xl 3 W I 5 ' :- ' I X l ,H A w 'Q , ly li: .5 ,P .. . H., 1 VV ,A 5" ,S ' lillliite tl j' Ellis' V tg...-faffj -'The lil' black sheep . g dat strayed away- l Done lost in de wind kj Mi e 4 IQ Fl an' de rain-" d til gm l iii l Al on t t PROFESSOR PALMER ll if 2 ' its 5 Geology is hard enough, Astronomy-a subject vast! We all agree. XVe all agree. T Those multi-jo-inted names are tough, Its problems deep elude our grasp. UAV. We all agree. I We all agree. 4 1 Just how the universe was wrought, l We trace the long ascent of men From little cells to us-and then- F1-mu out the iirst, abysmal naught, ,, Why, then We chase it back again. Nobody knows-it cau't be taught. We all agree. We all agree. P . A lj' fi r fi it ...ae 'V' ' I Q-- -.-, 'fAGs"--'MUSTARDH OUT fgl .gif L- ..,, .4 rj jim, 4 , wrl, 1 .r H Av W +I A4033 X .X -,Y. l FQ X l. .13 xf1L,. Page Fifty-one .M F. .I 71 I 1 f 1 1 L . , , a.-- DEPARTMENT OF ECCPNOMICS 'tif K ll '1 '11 ' X JV. Y 1 , 1 1, X'.'l , 1 1 113 l cl ' if - .,1x 1 ,ll jj l K Ui 13-" 1 -4 1 'J lr . I 1 1,' . 1' J . 1 l il f ,J I 1? 1 Q5 l l .4 -- 1 3,1 1 .1 1,1 I J l f Kal 1 E :VHA 1 1 f ll 1' 4 l 11 1 1 1 l 1 .15 if 1 W' f", 1' Q if L--Pl 1 V. ' l , I , ' fe 1 l 5 Q E 1,51 5 lvl 1 3 4 l , .l lr ,,I 1 1- 1 5 gif., . I i-uf nj 1:1 .. 1-re ' 1 1 1 1.1 1" Tl ,YI ,Y, 1:1 1' " 1 1 .-', -- "1 '1 ll .f . 1,l 1 ,, .w 1:1 ., ll? L ' ffl,-3 I-H. . 1 1 ,'--- 1 1 111: I Xl, ,1 F. if 1 5,1 2- H 1:-1 1' 1 ,f'. l , 11 PROFESSOR REUBEN MCKITRICK if '1 Head of the Department of Economics 1 "Ii, In an address to the Bankers, Ciub of Chicago at the Hotel La Salle of the even- ing of December 16, 1916, Mr. Frank A. V and-erlip, president ofthe National City Bank of New York, made the following interesting comment on the necessity for a study of political economy: f'There is a science of political economy. Some of its princi- ples are as dehnite as the laws of mathematics. It makes understand- able principles and laws that can no more be broken with impunity by a na- tion than nioral laws can be carelessly re- garded by an indi- vidual. li believe sound thinking in re- gard to the princi- ples ol' political eeononiy to he one ol' the g'1'eatesi needs ol this nation. .X nian eonnling on his lingers niav evolve enough mathematics to carry him tlirongh the needs ol' a siniple life: .X nnni unable to state 'a single principle oil? political eeonoiny niav slill think with What: seems a sufficient degree of accuracy about his oi-1liinn'1' all':1ii's. , , But when that mall, ignorant ol' the principles ol' political eeonoinv. Jffllled to others equally 1g'll01l"2ll'li'., begins en niasse and nationally to p1-ojeci his iudgments beyond direieting the siinple all'aii's ol' his Iil'e, so 111:11 his nie. cussions are weighed -md 1,-' fl . -- - 1 gnc snbslanllal tlll"lll'il0ll lo lh Page Fifty-11-wg e eonrse ol' society l Ya H ' , . J XR X spill ,H icy Q ,ig X T 'J ' " Qtr' gal Q3--ai air ' 2 it ls Ll 55 tl ji ' 1 - Q i 'E -f tl 3 it .-- fi .E E E 5 E - 5 -. ? Q 5 5 ti 'i 5 : 's K I E I , I, .w .. t . . ., .., .. -s.a-- ..a N. km Y l 4 ,ii as , in -' it '1 it lt V. . . . .K . - f R- V f x, 4... - 4. 1--,V .,.:.'p . or the action of the government, then the danger which may follow from such lack of understanding is appalling." The foregoing statement from Mr. Vander- lip clearly sets forth the importance of a course in Economics. The teachers in the Economics Department regard the develop- ment of the student's ability to think accu- ately and sanely concerning questions of social and industrial importance as being the chief function of such a course. McKitrick is a man of might, lVe all agree. He keeps us working half the night, YVe all agree. XV e study problems of the nation- Cuss the present 'ministration- And then wake up-to realization. ' We all agree. AD INFINITUM t'Mind is an organic whole made up of a mass of co-operating individualitiesi' . PROFESSOR MITCHELL t'Then, sir, we have no mind of our own. Mind is simply a common product, permeat- ing tl1e universe, and potent only insofar as it is touched with individuality." 'tYes, that is the status. Individual mind does not exist. Social mind is the only true mentality. Co-operation is as necessary to mind as an ear is necessary to the production of sou11d. If a child were to be left alone on a desert island until maturity, he would develop no mind. lf he were deaf, though an earth-quake shattered the island, there would be no sound." "But, professor, if there can be no sound without an ear: and no mind without co-operation, is it 11ot fair to assume that there can he no space with- out lllGilSll1'6lll6llf? And. if this be true. then there can he no land without man. Therefore, there is no such thing as a desert island. and our hypothetical case is-" "But time is a product of mind. Space is entirely independent of mind, and measurement is applicable only to space-." t"'O7z, thc years zco 'u.-asfc, and thc fcars zrc ufasfc-.""l Pt av-Q3 way, 319. .,., t f if ., l s1'ijiQfi3ig-lil-5551 X ,LT-Exif? ,.--..., mi, Q, -. V Q., if T . ,A 4 -si...n,1,z...QrT'-- ---lirmfim H-f rViTif"'f'1."Tf' "T f1"fJ"f" ,rrfifr :az-7 3.f::"ifi ,r-...1 X X-X, A. 4,,, . ,- ,X .41 ,l -- ...Ja A 1 ,Juv r . -TM .4-ref------7-il'-.. 'xii-, fvv' ..,--1fTL'v'N-- -r":f-'N ff-3-M-X T' L 'rvsg 1-wr-Q --..-W .,.,i-H. g 5-1'-sf gf V .ra f,-....f--. .,..y.f.. tu..,l,' yi. .X-4,4 V...-i.l::-. .,. ,-,-.--. -11:,,.,t, L I- 2 J.,MAfLAq'MA4X Uwzgqjimb,-is ,L rf- W -- P M ,N , XJ? .N Vx . 4 -,5 xii qijtflitfh ,ii-3' , fn. :, ' ' A. 'i-A fl 1 - ' Hfiflffj-f-e...n5:, .,,jt L 4 . 7 lv-, 'Q , -J 'A R I' o L l Lg - 'ui ci U5 if I L-.F g. .V .Ei Page Fifiy-three DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT courses are given in Ameri DR. CHARLES H. MEYER!-IOLZ Head of the Department of Government The Depai-tmeut ef Geveruuieut was es- tablished during the year 1011. P1-evieus to that dare, the courses iu govern- ment were given with those ef the De- p2U'fll1G1lT' of History. G overu 111011 I' Zllld 1':l'UI1Ul1liK'S. In hur- llllbllj' with the Zlilll amd Ill1l'1,HDSO ef the Teziehers College. the w 0 1' k uilered has been seleeled with speeiall l'l'fl'l'UllL'l' lu the in-eluxrznlimx :md ll'2lilIiIlQ uf lean-hers fill' the g I' :I mi e ci selumls und high sehuuls ul' the Slzlle. l'ul1I'SeS :ll'e uliered eau-h term Iill'Ullg1'll- Ulll llll' .Yl'2ll' ill lile- Illl'IllilI"N' times ul luwzl :Hui ui' the l Illlvli lS:lIes. These Sllll-il's'lS :ll'1' I'm'll1lii'1'ki in lt'ilK'lIl'I"S VUIIIIIY v-. N ., I mlurllu lerlzlu-axles zlllmi llle eu1l!'Nm'Q UH'l'I'l'll. lrl'e1':lI'e Sill dents Im' lxxlllllli Qxl'l'll'il'2lil' l'XIlllliIl lllillllx lo . .X . X I u.l1m.1h tullege ezm alml m Mlllllviliill QW Y1'l'IlIlll'll X A . . XliN'lHl'l'i lol 1e0'e courses mel - 'i . m 1 ' i I ' ' ' PSN., E, eudfi lbllgllsll lnmernmeni, Nlmlern liili-upezm lim emmeul D .1 lfill lariies, Lol-all Goverhmenl lr - 1 ' stltuilonfil L-1 I f 1 ix and KIA1l'i'0l'll'll'i0ll ll I IW Q - Uhhlllx QUIINIIIIIIIUIVII lllxn-rx thu n , i 1 2 12 . SUIQIUIIIN Vllunwillu - " 4 K If -- 111Q11f 0-eueluln , W0 Nr X 1 I u f . r, .I lll.IAlUl Ill gsuu I ll Su1JiGEi1TTGl1Cl1ele1iD4 I0 .ll.l: 0 llltxlllhtxlxlxh Im' lllgnh Sl'l""'l Ii'i"'l'l'l'N ww ll UI Q ilx b, I Ol flfilfillilil' slmly Ill Um- 1,,,.w, ,,,,i,,.,.xm,.e , P5190 Fifly-four . x fs e x x' 'ff-. ,fi-ll-A 'L X I -, . .,- vw. f- .i,g,,.,..,g , ,. l "H XXX , .L Q E. N32 gf. vm elf. ff 25 CC . FH' U will 1 LW? .tkdfll H 5. v 'l is .4 ti i L . I tl I ti ti 1 L fi p 315. I ti E ,I l E t. at tl V 1., if i I Q ill 'lx -i is . Lf I 2' li It LTTE,- iillll ff" V7 X .5 i ' l . 'fT"T.C V., I l i'3 lil? i I EW, p W A l g " ""l I -- 1 Q IH-t . , , 1 S 1 y . ef NK, v-ew--M. -:.71 Llnaamzmz,-1' ivjlii. W. ,,........,,. 'x"""""""""""T v,1L,::pD7if"""""'-""'-"s ,,h,,,,.,,, , -,J ffjtsd ,77, W L,-S - ,,,. 5 F 'rar'-Iflf .. f. .--ir ,,,,s4M,,,...---,c X ,ax p 4 , , .. . .A I ll tiigiiv V 'iiI""iff5.fLt'y"'iii 1 lf 9 3 A 1 .,.::T:71,fQff qsfgiya-mjfifiv1.2TI:QQ..5Q.,j,-atyiiitgvigz,.psf A "' 'IT1'lTl.Q'S in.. V f ,Q-', V. le 'l2tifiCtl324 Qllf-f v fttf 5714 y fl -1. ..g1Qg,gm1SEey-.L3i-.iggggin4f""1gefEEEif-143553EES-s,fr-lgsg:g3gg,gg,g..ii.fli.J.f:r2z4fk lftlig.:uii.....f21.Q4i45elLs-tra avi-31" Q., ,fir gg, - kgs Const1tut1ona1 Law - ,K he - "Now, class, what we want are facts. If you consider yourself an embryo is orator, leave your flowery effusions in the English department. Mr. Jacobson, 3 report Veazie V. Fennof' tGrand scramble on the back row-Jake fails to borrow the casey "Pm-er-not prepared today, Professor. tHopefullyl I don't think that you gave me that case? UAJ1-ah-ah-well, who has Veazie V. Fenno?-I'm sure I assigned it. QNO responsej Now, see here yo-ung people, you'Ve simply gotta keep track of these eases. This isn't a course in Freshman rhetoric. This is pure, unadulterated constitutional law, and I don't make these assignments just to hear-myself talk-J' , . . Q Small voice on the front rowj "Mr, YVilson isn't here today, perhaps he has that case." . "Certainly, Mr. Jewell, and perhaps he has the three others that were not reported! I hardly think so, however. I shall dictate. YVrite fast, young people." C350 words a minutel 4'Veazie V. Fenn-o, 8- YVallace, 532, Lower Court of Maine, to Supreme Court of Maine, to United States Supreme Court. The ninth section of the act of 1860 passed by Congress read as follows-Now. see here, Miss YVarner, can'tyer get these facts as I give 'em? Abbreviate-ABBREVIATE--you don't have to write a whole book to take down the citation." 4'But I thought you said-." "Now, class, see here-WRITE FAST-dou't depend one your neighbor. He may not be dependable. Already, now-" W 1 fIbid, 450 words a minutej "That is -all, cl-ass. Miss Kiddo, has the Supreme Court jurisdiction over mandamus ?" - "Er-er-er-er-." "It certainly has not! Now, see here, brothers and sisters. we've gotta have more reading done in this course. Some of you who haven't reported lately, get busy. After this, there will be no more notes used in class. fGroans from the pit.J You ought to be able to remember these simple cases Without a type-written copy of the Supreme Court record right under your nose. Tl1at's all today." fSoft musiaj - , , . T.,--R ,-.., v-.'.-N .,.,,,.1,,lk ..fN.7.,. ...w,.-., ,..m- - m N . "l . 1 'E7'IT 'fix .gg I r W it . la 1 2 ...D I la lnmul un clk I I ' ' 'Ill' an numllm l lllllllllvnlllulllllllllli l'llllll ln alll!- . ..usl1llgg e ll-L III of af li-ii aim? t 41,5 . ., Ci V 4 .lm gk p 1 Y M iv-.,v.,,, . ,, ,V . , , Page Fifty-fifcfe S 5 vat - 1 S DEPARTMENT OF I-IISTGRY l 1 "Histu1'V. in the t broadest sense. evet-vtliinu' that ever t t ' T. sq 5, liztppetted. ' ll lil ln the midst ttf dis- cussions 1'CgLll'diI1g 3 H edtlt-zttiunztl vztlues. t Lg. when giant is wut-- fnjl I'lI,1Lf against giant l I., W .,.., R ,X kt ovel' Ille issues u E It l wltztl In tezlcll :intl y R iii 5 how lu lvzlcll lllv sult- S, A lil ,si jcvls t-lmsell. it is nut f ij. l'2lS.Y In tlvvitle just i Y 1 Ql wltatl lu Illll fut'w:t1'd f :ts tltt- t-ssetttiztl vztltte is uf lllSlul'.YZ lltIWt'Yt'l'. iffggl fulluwittg ilu' lrt-ntl li" ' I t-t - l ,V ,il uf lIlUlll'l'll tltttttgltt.t1 l tttzty lve intlisptttnltly s .tg t'l:ti1ttt'tl tltztt ltistut-5' ltzts at ftt ttvt inn I C' 5 l'l'llllt'l'lllg it not truly lv? tmiqttt- ltttl itttlt-se In-llsatltlt-1 ltztlttt-ly, tt 5 V Y "lu lttatltt- the xxurltl 'il 3" 1 54,1 ilttt-lligiltlt-f' 'l'lwtt, it lies - - - 2 ul tltt- tttttst- nl ltts lutiv 1 lt t- st-.ztrvltt-t' atltet' It-ttllt xx ill tm Qgljf lttttgt-1' --ttlx atslt. W . . l f . XNll:ll llllS lltt' llclxl Hl r t gen ttttt-tw-st, ltttt xxltatl t 1 luis tltt- ttgtst tt- tw-xt-:tl ,fl l , , , . PROFESSOR SARA M. Rtcztss "1 '!"ll" 'I ""."'x iw' ' . . VI I ' I' t 1 Head of the Department ol lltstury :Vi H IE. H . In I Ill XV' . . M U . X '.' 'l'H'll suit lil 1'l'1 1' . t ,t ingleggiltggclillte petstfttltvt gum, tl, HH. l,,.l.,,.,,, ,,,,.1,H:h Imllml U ix mmm 1 'y tttzty no Seen tmlt' :ts wltztl is 1, .,-. . ' - ' . , JE1'U6l1gl1f-il livinu- tr- r . -' . - ' 1 ' "ml mm' "'x""'l "' "' 'h' bv nlolllllo llllllg Ql'll'll1t - - In I .' . . H "' PN' vixtt-1'-ittllt-4-N lt-' at I. i paSS1ng 0111111-fmt,-ll H.,-t z I-4 ,K K ' T ' A ' l-'R " 's l' R 1 t tt . . . , V , ,, unknown fttlittteh 5 IN ll' 'll' l'llMlll..llt1l I-usltmg lttttmtttl mt., the ! f rt 1 - , , i l U19 sllllll ol lllHi0I'V IS vt'tw-,-UW .. t ' l l l'tlt'l'- Y ' s 31011 - 1 1, , R 'R s HS. ttmtt s ltstttt tu- tt . t-lt C, H01 61011537 'md ,ml HH. INUNIQ. HH ,N 1 t t ll Wholly hopes to lm? In HHN. .'f " , 1' '-1 'Iwi :mn Nlqm I-.tttlt ts. tml .1 mulls ul lwlwrl lit-ttttlm, , ,IH ,l,,,l,,m H. tn N . . , P090 Fifty-.fix ,tl f LX 5-5 1 1 X - " I I xx gi ills XQVI fwisll I' -Cx? X faq II I-f ' I I It fglzi It I I ,Q I re! I I W I -X I E Q I 1 I 'W IM ,, ,ifs ijffihb 59 - QQQR I fd s I J I -I I I S' I I x ' ' -, 'f .111 Elf , '- Q -,gin e gh, 'af P3 ggi 'X ,qfj I 'I' ' I,, I N si , -N .t ,. MI, ,. ., X H It ,-HI, -f Y ,, ,ND 5-js L ,IQ-j , I 'I qw I -- , ,f. rbi I I A I Ik--S he ',.f"'s-is-we so I',I.,11:fg4,If1 ' ,1 1, L,r,ffr..y.e:-g-I 'Q' gmzfsy BC" I' II.. 5 gli ff-IE, pgjf 5' . gg, , ' x Is- e I Professor Peterson , , ,f 1 f f f --.I .sss. ..-I the aim of history-to show this progress, to teach man his part in the human whole f bounded only by the earliest antiquity and the distant finality of the future, is the aim of history MISS PEARCE I-Iistory's an account of things, We all agree. It tells of gods, and 1ne11 and kings, We all agree. Of whereas and hows and whens and whys- But nlostly-just a pack of lies. We all agree. MISS RICE I x X . - I' I- fI I I II 1 I it 2? :I I IE! 5 wir V If IQI VIIILSS-I III i II I I II ki Eitvijl by I z V I I 'I I-III? If W Q f MI I K I . I - . X L ti.-if 1 ,Mak - Just who were good. and who were wise. ID - mmm gnu: fb Q---'rt , A l -is sl.. - ' J. -- qgzf .. I ".I I I ff ,. 5 , .T I "F I . Qj b. XI ', . I I 'I IJ I VI I I I . If II I ,xA.,Q'4 ' I I I I I ,' T Ifjrr "M I Kg. 'I If"Q::I I ' 'fl I TJ - '-I . I 5 I I ..I ',,,,Ir Page Fiffy-:elven ,QDEPARTMENT OF RURAL EDUCATION 1 1 f J 1 X 4X1JU111 11116-112111 01 171113 116111119 1111? IOWZ1 301111 111ei1' 1,'1,111d1'Q1l 211111 111-1f 11i1'1A1'11.1' 1-011- 1'01'11111,1 111 111C 1'6- 1l121l'1i2l111L' 1-111'i1'z11 111' 1111111-1's1 111 11111111 IQ11111-11111111 111z111i1'es1 211 11111 I,11'f"SLA111 111116. 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I """ 1111 111 1111- 1'l1111111"1 111111111 12 :1x to country s1:l11g11J1s. , , 1.4 , l ,ll I, .-. f 1 if Y 1. .F 1 I .1 -J' all .f ,A I, l y 4, cm , 19 l 2 LPI. l . if ,wx ,, , il." lg: , C3 eh Wrllil x 'Z 4 EE, Fx: "1 tif ?C.',71 Q-Kg' VJ E--'l 553, ll , -I lil , lst 7 ni ll li ls? jj iff""'l- F' filly: f gigigl Q J 1 Y' ll P-l ,...,, xiii W ffl tlifi lflxill f lm lil V G., ,iffy fwiili vi T, A," .M l rl Lg. V V ,. 4 '1 f---I! in .difili llgtf ll iij-gi V K, lf' f ll 'l x ii l , J V- M, v,11,ll , -- I 2 L 11,5 , ,l ' H, FACULTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF RURAL EDUCATION H. L. EELLS J. C. MCGI..ADE MACY CAMPBELL IDA FESENBECK L. H. VAN HOUTEN AT THE SNOYV-YVHITE CAFE While returning from an unappreciated effort toward the 1'OfOl'lll2ltlO11 of a satisfied rural community, several of our extension workers wandered into the city of Fort Dodge in a semi-flamished condition. The only restaurant that defiled the Sabbath by ungodly labor, W-as the Snow-White Cafeg and so utilitarian were its ideas of sustinence, that that our weary pedagogs found only a meager menu offering a choice between tongue and brains. lYe gods. ye gods, must We endure all thislj l l fl' 2' f" W fl X l 1 . 'f . - - HUDSON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL CASTLE HILL SCHOOL Page Fifty-nine DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC The Department of Music of the iowa State Teachers C01- lege while not called a conservatoi-y of music, is superior to most music conserva- tories when con- sidered fi-Oni the standpoint of the student seeking a inusic-al education. The stzlndul-d is such that none but su- perioi- tem-l1e1-s are zu-ceptuble. und the pz1t'1-onuge is so large that Ill'iY2ll'G lessons ure ubtnillzllmle for at lllllt'll slnullvl- fee than the sunn' 1021011- ers could be set-ul-ed for under less favor- zlblv t'il't'lllllSlzlIlt'0S. Une outstanding :td- vuntngv in studying ntusit- in :tn insti- tution I i li 0 th 0 'l'0:lt'll0l's thrllvgv is the privilege ut' doing' twrllvgv Work in :ll- nnvst :nay line in mn- nvvtiun xv i t It the i study ottnusiv. For PROFESSOR C. A. FULLERTON 21 snnll HIIIHJ' .WIIVS it Head of the Department of Music 'ISSN bmah HW i"'hV.Y . . , 0 I0 u'pzn'tnu'nt tn 1 - - - - . - C1135 Its SJETFQMS wqequlll Ulelllselvvs with il l't':tsm1:tlwly guuti gwu-rail edu- Vocal massigfem HS musgclfmshw- Sl1'Pt'l2l.l students in vitlnu' instt-nun-ntul tu- School Music jiy Conrp eta courses' l:Sil7W"5lH,N' Iltilllbitxtl to Hlt'il' llvvtis. lylllllit' f r - . 1, V . . three 1 L elnpntslned also. lhe new t'tNll'SU Im- stlpum-'stu-N t-tmgixlg nt' d itiOng'FZf1d011WOt'lC 2tnd til10se whn 4-tnnplvtt' it nrt' nlulv with one w:n"s ntl y 0 1-GCLIVQ H10 ITJX. fltUg'l'00, 'lxllig t'QjllI'Q x ' - . ' . lllllx nw- -' 'I --- TO do the Work i 'J e. - 1 - I 'WHS ""' "N n lllgll-sitlmol lnuslveeelt':lI'Ill0ll,N', lllllNit' :tppt-ut-intitum, t'lt'. Page Sixty 3, L gl ,. , f ts., i , tg- R,, R ali 2 ik-'Qii . . Ni. xb- 'W ,,..' 5-. Kei -Q.-it 12 'ti is i. 1. V .1 ,A . all t i i E i 11 it '5 it it r fi iii iv ii it ii fi ii , X 5 it 2 ii , ' i I ' 4 X ai fi 'Sf 1 I s r i i' ' ? f i i If -,fi 1 ,ri 1 QL?-Q il ig ,Q ,L is iw. .SX x, KY' L- if ri 5: it .QQ it Z' R vi l i, ii ii if 2 I 1' 5 1 lb li Q il'-4 5 Q .1 Q, O i :K 4:5 Qs ip F i -4.3 -- -ffrtilg 1-firms: 2- f'.1,':.,:. '- ----., E, . g i 3: ,- gi-. - gf' f 1 1 1 sf'-,if i it g 1 E .f ' 1-3 i- 1, J f X ' " 'f '- ' " J V- , 3' , Y . , , , hui, 'f . n , ', ,. ' P J ," - we-ff. ---M, , ' 4 ' -'f'F'i is fi-X Q f' 1,-J H' X X - ,,gi,rer1':crgs' - - ' , s . .-aj?-if ,.-'af-:if-. -.N-1 xi iw? ,f W " ' E V lflsle' O 4 ' 5- ' I:.L-4.5-' .Wg -t1,L..J34 if-1:-J-L V3 a.44,Q1,7-f'2:Z3f'1g:L'ef',,u.'in.i "' fitY'r"ff-gi iii, ywffvl , 'xr-if M5 . A7 which has recently been placed on an accredited basis by the State Board of Education and ac- cepted for college entrance by the universities and colleges. The searching test that is being applied to all subjects that are to maintain a pl-ace in the curriculum of the public schools, shows music to be increasing in favor. Sta- tistics show that approximately six hundred million dollars are annually spent in this coun- try for musical performances and music edu- cation. As labor hours are shortened, leisure hours are lengthened, so that in the future greater demands will be made on music and a greater opportunity be given to it to contribute its rightful share in the development of our citizenship. Musical education furnishes a promising field for young men, as well as young women. " IF MUSIC BE THE GOD OF LOVE " To sing in majestic numbers of music as the god of love may satisfy poetic justic-e5 but a practical and a necessary regard for environ- m-ent compels a rude restriction. When the OLD GOLD office was placed in that c-enter of har- mony bounded by the band, the orchestra, and Miss Case's 4fFed-eration of Musical Songstersji if BROVVN it was probably done with the idea that such close proximity to celestial strains would somehow promote. the ethical, esthetic and altruistic emotions of the staif. Brilliantly conceived but poorly executed! The reformation was attempted on too general a basis. Ili I A band or two alone-an orcliestra alone-the songsters alone-might have been beneficial. But the wild-discordancy concomitant with a general alliance of indefatigable perni- anency!-Ye gods, if the poet is 1-ight, i'il91'0'il be no wed- ding bells in the OLD GOLD oiiice for sometime to come. 1 X X1 fffsfig S sf' in w e ' ll fi? f i ,E 4 i I , f :mmm in VP' I 9. X V ig ff, Q I 'vi --x Nl -1 . i 'J haf: l H" fi A i 2253 i' l xffli QQ. l ,J . Q Q! l ,1 ' :toil fi ,I A gift - iff! f ij -- i?:Q"QS':f3 , ,,,, , , ,z 2 111 I 4-1 ,I I . ,,4 mv! Page Sixty-one DEPARTMENT OF ORCHESTRAL MUSIC The advent of Theodore Thomas in Chicago forty years ago was the begin- ning of orchestral music in the middle west. For a number of years he brought his New York Or- chestra, and gave what were known as Summer Night Con- certsg until finally big. dirty Chicago, recognizing the value of what he stood for. refused to give him up. Thousands heard those early concerts and out of those thousands it was in- evitable thut some should be converted and become mission- aries. School boys interested their fel- lows und here und there ai High School Orchestra czune into being. Most high schools welcomed this new thing which added just the right louch io their exer- cises u n d public PROFESSOR WINFRED MERRILL Head of the Department of Orchestral Music enterlninnients, real- . livine' th-it it w-is 'I desirabl i A .T .- r - .' ' ' . ' by Schoglailvtiincekieven though not-included in the currieuluin nor initiated qghool Su 83,1911 195- 1. In lfwii, Tlllqsl Work has nlwnys been done outside ol' fact qi pl 131011 unul HOW, The H-15111 School Orchestra, being u successful qvgfglcioo managements are clzunoring to 'include it ns an pm-1 ol' the ur,-,iii i E, inanugacturing the -extra credit lhei-eI'ore, 1er -, , , feachem of this clollege itlblilllllhlltlll an depuriinenl lor the training ol' i -.S1l"'V" -e . K xl NX Ol X OVOI lhvllllly 510.115 tlgqy- IOVUHI HHS dvpalrtlluclll Page Sixly-ti-wg A NK .ik X 1 -i ,glfhlagtiln Wilifviz, - . , x H ,jig . it 321:35 i ,gfsffft---tblQ?if.?'XQ7q7J gl , Q h . Y 'X - ., .-,' A f. HA Y n .M iffy" L- K '. 1 N X 'fi l H3 ' . f QI? -Lf, 'Qfl,,.lQ,,,f 1 ills 5- flax f 45 ,Q -, is J-.A K . ' t- 2 V f A at V -, -- 1 z ., .,, , X , H we-----. J fl K 1 uxofv., 'M ll v X -el , 2 .. -t - g -. ' fgf-3,1a2"w if-iff i' V gi-5-ff f"I 1 ' if, ygq-.54 p , , zip js. v 1, N- :g,?.j- NSN-.Q mgjgijif - new-ily-f ,114 , 'xi --' ,N M it Q X ' i 'A L ...Ze1V-filiar-rfmivfl:lir.15.xfrx,,prffJi?QL1:ia4 if 'SWE 0 ' ,V- KMQW gli g Q k X 4, . I- X 'X as sk .. - X xx . ,X .I fksfxibi fp f. ai fi KO! ' , .ns . HR A r 5 E-ff is : QF' lie?-l . r 0, iid -'. I . Q :C 1 is ' 5 . U Q 1 T 1 F 4 a he Leader of '- Q e The Band i ' . i Q ' Q ii 2 - n Hi at , E E 1 'W -E : a E 5 f i-f 5 E g PROFESSOR MCCREARY E ' , P 1 A scores of tea-che-rs have been prepared for positions demanding the conducting , I ' - 'l of High School Orchestras, positions paying the teacher having this extra ' 5 R L.-4 equipment ten to twenty-iive dollars per month more. This department is now L1 5 prepared to train players for all kinds of orchestra work from symphony or- 5 E 1 ' 'I - . . . . . . U ' chestra to that of the mov1n0' icture' and also soloists in violin and other " ' I 1 - b 7 . 1 h gf orchestral and band instruments for the Chautauqua p12ltf01'l115 teachers of 5 Q violin and orchestra for colleges and schools, and band masters for C0ll1llllllllfy E 5 E'-j and school bands. 5 ' I E F' 2 i E I 5 D - ' I I ni lf, , ' 7 ' , ' ' vi N. . , 3 1 ei- l ' i E. V i i Giuxnsox on 5 - 'ez PRl'ISIDl'ZN'l' Hom-:R ll. bICI'1RI.ICY. '57 .4 i A E p 1 Alas, alas-this must' he the third E . generation that the economists talk A ' t j about. xl ' A v v Q 5. : V E E ai 5 5 an ' E44 i I--1:1 as-ii vc' N-5 qu tiff sg' 5, t , p , V TIf'fi-if-."r-ftvfr 'iii-fig.r,,1g-,gr,A i,te ff L i aria. w-fiwvreqr5-XF 4 f Ps" I Kc'-,bf'mA "Jig A ' ' , ggi' f 1 it '1 1 1 f , lknjrf'-V'-5--R ff-- 1- --v-'-14 '-,Lua Li!! -A511-7-'v"','1i"f?' 'vp' "T '73-L-W", " " ii 3.3 I txjt ' ,V A-1l'l"-L-if!----A-ii J- - f- f 'A--t fx X--V '5' EM?" .,f'1i1.1'C!.,:Q,if74-XfY'iil:ll..-.WA Q-.444-f--V W- --ki ' , ' 1 'O , K ' r 'H' TTT -7, ..,,-,-..- 4 ,'-, -Q " 'jijyel Ll HKU is gg -- M L -1 he ii Page Sixty-three l l 9- 1 ,l rj .v 1 L n, .V fx , DEPARTMENT 'JF ART if u 7 O it vviuiour Art there jf can be no civilization, rpvpifij: only a mere plodding H H after stern necessityg ay it Bu??l?e,a1Y-mug i lj tj a big iactoi in every il human being, and as soon.as an assurance Fr of security has it ., j arrived, an attempt is always made to .j' Q gratify this Want. ,ggi In addition to the minor arts which I have developed con- ! 2 temporaneously with l those of more import- , ance, the study of ' , three of the iive great L arts of the world. is the subject with E3 which the work of gy the art. student deals. lil With arcliitet-ture. the most impressive of the arts, comes the history of the people jf 555 who produced it. The p j' 1' a 111 i ii. s il-ll d if temples ot aueieut ' lflgvpt, xv i th the f decorations i h e 5' if bear. give the most if X ' 'd- through knowledge ot' H , PROFESSOR HENRIETTA THORNTON fllggp whit Wrqlllglll I Head of the Department of Art them. We thrill with pleasure today, just as the Greeks did in the time ol' Perieles, al their glorious I aesthetic achievements. And again at that great period ol' the lleuaissauee We rejoice, because of the work of the master painters ol' ltaly, who gave to us j the Wonderful art of painting-the one which has most l'ull,v euriehed the lives of the people. - f In the Aft Dt9Pill't1uei1t of the 'Iowa State 'Peaehers College, we aim to I cultivate and enrich the uuderstamling ol' the pupil, so that it may be possible to appreciate and en'of tl 1 our H A -- ' j j u, glial .ul ol the world. Page Sixty-four 1 . - 1 1 i 1 1-X.. ', 3 -ma. K 1 - 'QWSQ , 1 f:-yufar . 1' .WQIQ ' '-3, uv. N55 I 1 A ff, 5' 1,1 1 eg,z1-ffm-1vff-z11,?1-MQ . 3. ' V' 2 .K K f ixx -f . 1 - 1 ,Q .- L1 fl Q ' k 3 i ,H 1 1 - 1 1 . 1 ' 1- A A 1 if rw, 1 if' 1-H15 ' Fm 1 f 11 V ' . . ' J 1 1 1 , , ,. , Pi 1 Q' . 1 5 I' 1 .A 1 R11 V f 14 "fl . gi V 19 A , . Fi 1 lik ., i 1 " Qxxti 1, , 1 L U!" - .1 ' E WI XX . , .- 1 1 - aff' 1, 4 N'1p"'- I Q. H, 'x 1.211 - ' ' Ai Y ' 5 - ' W ' 41-. ..' W K 1 , 1 ,j ,sl ' 1 .1111 ' .,1 1 , .5-1 1'-1 ,,, 1 1 , 1 , f- f 1 . LY D. 4 . rf . ' il ' , , R B I .gf 5 ij 1' ' ' I 2'-I ' J - - I ' ' 1' H- if 41 . .,,--..,f.,.-,,-1 , J S Q N f u v .- ,- 1 1 A .I 1 'Sv 15. d f , gy-N," vm ' N 11 , 1, L 1 5 .. I 1. l, .Q . A1 , -- 1 1 4 1' 1 F411!1-- F1415 2 ' -Y 1, ,uk .il J, V 1 1, -X Z 1 Al' A-Ax .,-S.: . 1 . ,. Q., , X . -.,, , , ' E 1 , , 4 L, , . , - g ,- I . . 1 ,f 1 'flmiai 2.1 1 5 1 -3e1 .L.Q1i i 1.1 1 if . I" I I K ' .'-r'ijj .,,Li,-?..' ' ' ' I D x 1- Q- 0 ' 1 LYW-Y K JIM A A' Y 'UV W ' ' 1 ,.-f 1 ' 1 J-To J K., . 1. 1 Q Z Q - 11 1 X . 1 I . V ls 1 l' I ! 1 1 1 1, 1 1 X 1 . N X K' ' 'L 11 1 - N 1' E 15 1 1 ,1 1 1' , 1 R " V1 1 1 1 ' A' Rf VV 1 ,vl 1 9 E1 ' 4: A 1 T ::c,...-:QL 3 T! 1:8541 , . 1 V I I V . '1 1 f ' - ,K Il 1 11 1 Q! 111 , X wwf 1 , ff'! 'IHS -11 1 1 1 1 1 Page Sixty-ffve DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS PROFESSOR OLIVE M. YOUNG Head of the Department of Home Econo: With the gi-owing demand for trained teachers in Home Economics work, the Iowa State Teachers College established in the fall of 1901 courses in Home Economics which led to a special diploma. The aim of these courses was to pne- pa1-e teachers espe- cially to teach this branch in the ele- mentary and second- ary schools of Iowa. Since 1913. special attention has been given to the courses that prepane l'1ll'2'll teacllers to teach Home .liconomics in the rnral schools. The work in llonle Econoinics has taken a forward step dur- ing the past year and one which il is hoped will bniltl np the stn- dent hotly ol' the de- partnlent. This step consists in otl'e1-ing il total ol' nineteen term honrs in :nl- nics vancetl conorses. in Foods, Marlaetnnr, t U' . ri ,.- ,, , 3, - . ' Home Nlll?1Hg,..lOXlll0b -and Design, in addition to the two .rear diplomat fionise. lhus it is possible tor those who have previously completed their Iipio-ma Louise to take 21- B.A. degree with a major in llonne lflcononlies. and lor new students to begin a tive-your com-se, The department is lool'ine' I' - '- -V1 f' I l-- ' 1 1 , O . K t., Ulllwllt will tt en pleasure to tlt't'llll.YlllQ' the new quarters in the Manual Arts llniltling. Page Sixly-mix xx X x Q - x 1 f X . X L H w f' Ng' sf ,X V Nxxkcn , , , 41 L 5 2 :W Ni . , 1 Q QQ 13 A U xx '-J F a 4 3 2 2 L .a K,-.w - 1 1 a ' ' 3 i 1 ,X 1 ' 2 2 55: fide La f X 5 xl M L QQ Wg . 1 -25.7 H512-1 fix ES Mk ,Lg txgggz g.'Ls v H f , .,, 1 Q 353 fi? F1 V., T. ,., 1 Fl 1 SE! . A H 0 5 . 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'Th' ff 3 Qi' I i ff li 'lv 'ht I I n A 5 l 4? 7 -45" in "AQ N Uiphni HJ grlf' l:l'llI im zx':"bR WI' I-'TI' --'ff' Hulw ff- lill .. ' .',. ll ,. ' 1 an 9,4 ,il4 f Ai , . ',X..x.-K i wl- Q i Q , ,,, u f .,-,wx A P E V i . , . . w i I . y - fi "JL L Y S f ' 1 X X 3 ,K , -1 . , J 1, 1 if QWTJVT li' T H 5- fx: gxwfav 9 V ii xv' gf: er, iii , x i W N' VE LJ L1 L. ,Q E E H V1 U fffffjf Hn li 4:5 fx! FJJ. " 1.1441 Y 1--Vx? i :iii if 'E V15 un' ' f'-1 1 , ' ' I 3 1 C121 1 : HJ 1 Y , i -am 4 V Q 5 V7 I s V V 1 r " iii' ,F ' v 1' I "1 1 v XF A aim tj - 1 1 :K ! f 4 ' L f . V5 1 !,' L g f 1- . .1 - , Q . ' 5 I 2, if-X 4 2.7 c 'Q M x ., - - 4 "L -iq' V ' ik l h A .Xa RN-V n ,Mm K H M k 4 X Q Q ,g . ,gl Q ' gi 3 ', ' ir I .v I 1 5 i fql ll H7111 if ' IgTli2?Z1'.1,. ,Q...1Z-,-all" 'T F W ...ns-, "" ft' .gi Page Sixty-sefverz DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION l l PROFESSOR R. F. SEYMOUR Head of the Department of Physical Education a large measure The SQCOI d l ' . . S .. ' 1 mugs self-1'eli:111ce which an intelligent "prepa1J'edn.ess.'l The third brings sell'-1-espn with these th' f 1ee aiiilbules and he or she is pluysicallv, prepared for tl 1e11 lite woilt. Iowa is just heg'innin0 l ' - o - 5 W0 realize the need 'Voir il holler wh 'Q Hess fm' llel' boys and girls, 5 -3 ' 3 V' l ' . 'fFunction makes Structure" has 119911 the motto of this De- partment since its organization in 1902 under Prof. G. B. Af- fleck, Who directed its policies for the first five years. The Department has aimed to secure hrst the health of the students by prescrib- ing certain forms of physical and recrea- tional activitiesg second. a training in mental and muscular coordination, to- gether with a suf- ficient knowledge of the theory and value of the physical to enable our teachers to intelligently direct the life of their pupils: and tinally. a good posture. which is coming' more and more to he recog- nized as one's call-tl ot' introduction to so- ciety an ll lo the world. The lil-sl makes for llappiness or at least k'Olllllllllll0lll in allways acl-onlpxliuies vi. Supply :1 ll'Rll'lll'l' lllOlll'lllY -md lllUl"lllY 1'.l 1' lu -y..y. 'I 1 1 ' x I N lm ll lllllblllll VW lht lllllx md lllt ol tht Uolnlnmnxu lllh hun Page Sixly-ciglll - . - y 1 I X X l 1 2: 'X QR - r was v ' ' 'N zxyxx .X 1: L-1 I ' pg: gb y-.gi 95,1 UN , S4 gl L.. will 5 Q' Tilvj avi YJ gig .H l gt " ,. If X791 it rag mel ll l 1 seg L ft? 1113! ll., iii 1 tyfi, T"l ,V ,...l E155 . lp ,xg J C A QQ, WI ,if Fi ra' 1 ii V.. i tx if Ut fi 5 if 'i if F 1 E ' ,jr 1 I .' K K ! 3 ' i F . 4 i 1 XV . ,ti l 1 -ix ,, X ll, V, l P M tg Now Seymore stands for muscles great, ' I We all agree. The Stone Age was about his gait, We all agree. Three times a Week we must appear, And go thru antics, strange and queer- Just why we must-it's not quite clear. We all agree. given but little attention to their physical and recreational lifeg and as a result, rural life has been 'tweighed in the balance and found wanting," so far as its attractiveness to the young people is concerned. Prominent among the progressive lnovenlents that are aimed to counteract this condition and inaugurate a "Back to the Farml' movement is the development of a Com- munity Spirit through a better physical and recreational life. mr i I i i ,, - fl? . e 5 -ff? X fi 7 l ' X l H ff- ' f" ff 1 44. i 'e-e A -x TC' 4 V., , - . f, nl .X X-1 Ms.,-I-glywg i I' N A 33125 , r Z ,swf g t?i1 Shall!-52 . tj L1 ,,' ll H m,Qta H A Ps C U Q t 3 J F3 4.7 Y iq I' lg 1 511 li l fa? I ! J 4 I QQ! .xx Li VT 1 l ff J pix it ls t xii 12-Qfixxvi 'fit' . xp 3 -if sf i p ij fffii 'i L15 ffl llfglri X ,YE ,Kia .-J l-1 W ij iii? If til ,V je V.,,7 Page Sixty-nine 1 1 1 1 11,1 '1 1.1 ii ff 11 1 11 if 11 11 1 11 11101 i11vV11 111 1., 1 1. ' 11 ff 11 1' 1 1 111 1 V1 1 1 1 141 1 1 1 111' l1"f?j1 1"1 ' j1gf-.1 11, 1 1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL EDUCATION -. 1" 1 FX, 1:1 1 , 1-1 .1 7' ., L -1 1 1 111 1.111 4, .1 1 1115 1 1 ' 1 1 X. 1 ,f 1,'- 1 degree may be 11 PROFESS Head of the Departmen OR HARRY C. 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The equipment has had to be materially increased and an added teaching force will be required for the coming year. MISS HOSKINS , 1 ijt S413 rw., FUI ' Q2 tl. Lf -N rg' l lig i ' t Miss Hoskins: 'Hire there any questions about the assignment for fi tomorrow ?" E. R.: 'tYes, what is it?" fl U l T 'lift fi 53' i i i - 51,1 !,,,1 bm? . It fi iff! 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BACHELOR OF ARTS , Chemistry-Physics Aristo-Schoolmasters Club-Social Science Club-Science Club-Inter-Society Debate- Drake Debate, '17. "Hofw difvine is the blush of young human cheeks." , MARIE J. BROWN . ,. . . Slater Ia , . BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-Home Economics Ossoli. ' "Not only good, but good for something." LYDIA BURGART .... 1 Bl-ill, la. BACHELOR OF ARTS Gelman-History . V' U' ,L 'l 1 ,.. I -, 5 ,.. fl ,Al ,l..Q'l3 1 'll ,. gf lllj li lx , 1 . Z. I , Il Z"a"' PL 'fb I I I i :J .-'- I Vs ,-my . . l "fl, :"' I," I I l lj l , s '5 ii EJ 3 Lal.. . ji.,-1,1 I-ai ll: H l ' l ' i'-.J I :.-,R l ?j7 ll f fel ll I 'il li li, lu gil I l ffl 4 1.1 El il l ,gil I I . l l l l lgf 1 1 ' 1 I .'X l ,,,,, I E5 lil ll, fl lf" A ,L U l., ffl l J 5. l.. ' l KL .X lj! gl lll ?i'l,l1 I l 1. 1 ' pil l sag' ,I- 5 1 ll f , ,lf A 3 li' lll ig, il? 'l l 5 L ' 'fc' I .l"li53 ffl 61? f--l Q L' Lal., l lg-gl 4 1, - 1, Fl ., - -. -1-al-1--f,',"""'N "'Y' I I ' -.Hasan uf' -4 .l..laL.' ' l',vl ' "She is a 'worthy maiden." F1 6 E' DOROTHY COOLEDGE . Cedar Falls, la. BACHELOR OF ARTS Kindergarten-Public Speaking Alpha. , "But here's to the girl fwith a heart and a gl smile, . Ifl7ho makes this bubble of life :worth while." 1 I, DORRIS DE BAR . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. lil BACHELOR OF ARTS fl, 4 . gag Mathematlcs-German hh ,J ,, I3 Eulalian. , I "She fwas clefver beyond most of her hind." ' Ti lffesl Qgf 'gl ARTHUR DICKINSON . . Shellsburg, Ia. Ef-ffl BACHELOR OF ARTS , Physical Education Philo--T. C. Club-Track, '15, T163 Band- Baseball, 113, '14, 115, '16 fCapta1nj-BaSket- ball, 214, '16, '17. V "A mind content both brofwn and kingdom , 5521! if-" 3 ' ffl -,,' T I iifi? , a!flTJ I Ina, .,, -,., W J, ugh! 4 i'!i,llf'C I I 1 V -,U .l-.-L- -W-0 f ill' JW" ' i"""""'m' 'W ...1:fa,.,J-, Jive R :fr lf-1' I' l lu ,l ,f .f,u LQ? 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BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-Chemistry Aristo-Classical Club-Mathematics Club- Baseball, '15. "That rascal hath good metal in him." AUBREY GRUBB .... Dickens, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Chemistry-Physics Philo-Y. M. C. A. President, '16, '17. "Not for himself, but for the Lworld he lisvesf' HARRIETT MARIE HARKER, .... . . . . . . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin-German Alpha-Classical Club. Ullfith mizrh fo praise, lilfle to lu' f0l'fll'2't'71.u LAURA HAUSER . . . Cedar Falls, la. BACHELOR our ARTS Gernmn-l-Iistory "True as flu' l'l'lI0 to ilu' .vou11.l." DELILA M. HAYDISN . . Cedar Falls, la. B.-xcmaluk OF ARTS ' Englisll--Biological Science English Club-Orcllcstru. "Silem'e is golilrn." IONE l'llEl,,l.liR ..... XNvill0l'lU0, lax. BAC11m.oR mf .-XRTS llistory-linglish Slmkcspcalrczln-Social Science Club-linglish Club. "ll'iillin is flu' fozlnluin of fmml, and it aa-ill 1'-'mv' lmlzlzlr' up if Ilmn Qi'ilt r-IW' Jig." ,gl f ...J is kk, ' WCP? A "s' 1.455 J' - , if 1 1' ' ' 1 ff ,f A: Z' Qfvff A ii it-A A' f I , -H05 5 ii ,l E-1 H l s-4 P-I 1 P , . 3-U H I5 if X T U 'T E: l 5:3 ' Q Q"Jl f if 1 5 Q 2 I 9-si if 'T I1 TL 3 ii Y? ld. I2 ---- L.. . T-. LI ll J Q-x xx 4 if ,Q P. HQ? ' ii, ,4 A -1 . fm-'X l z . yan, ' , xg 1 S "HX jx, 1 , e. lj .Q 5 .., 5, Lf? E .Riu- . Wi 'mg in 1 Al 1. tl 4. ' 1-'asv A A"x' . -sn .,,.,C.l L . Q..pL4 ,ll lil!! Lu, L.1cqfe1.ff Jalfif ll ..g.. 1 if. I I A 3 3 I 1 X l N l T a ,, .. li , 5- fl l gf: L :il - A-2 1. "I 154511 'A ggi I .LJ Q l L. .4 IQ ll 1' ' l, lr ,ini lt H 5 g ii. 2 L, l, fL,.. Q. IRMA HEMPHILL .... Plymouth, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-Biological Science Irving-Mathematics Club. "Almost to all things could she turn her hand." SAMUEL HERSEY . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS History--Economics Triangular Debate, '14-Aristo-Social Sci- ence Club. "There's a difvinity that shapes our ends. Rough-hefw them hofw :we Quill." MAE HOWELL .... Waterloo, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-Public Speaking Clio-Mathematics Club. "lVhatefver she thought, said, or did, fzcas exactly right." A IVY E. HUNT ..... Earlville, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-English Neo-Mathematics Club-Y. W. C. A. "There is fweight behind her 4-words." WILLIAM HUNTER . . Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS . Manual Training-German Orio. "I dare do all that may become a man." S. C. JACOBSEN ..... Coulter, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Government-Public Speaking Aristo-Inter-society Debate, '13-Highland Park Debate, '14-Coe-Morningside Debate, '15--Track Team, '14, '16-Schoolmasters Club-Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '14, '15, '16- English Club-Delta Sigma Rho-Editor Col- lege Eye, '16-Inter-State Oratorical, '16, "Opinion in good men is but lenoficledge in the making." LAVVRENCE M. JEPSON . Cedar Falls, la. BACHELOR or ARTS Public Speaking-Economics Orio-Triangular Debate, '13-English Club --Social Science Club-Schoolmasters Club- Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '13, '14, '15, '16-l3usi- ness Manager Old Gold, '16-'17, ' "PVl1o Can tell for fwllat high l'I1Il5l', This darling of fha gods was ll0I'lI.H FRANKLIN S. JEXVELL . Cedar Falls, la. BACHELOR OF .LXRTS Economics-Public Speaking Orio-Social Science Club-Cheer Leader, 'l5. '16, '17-Mid-WVinter Play, '16, '17-Minstrel Show, '15, '16. . "Hail hfvlloqv, fwrll met." ., ik ,Tk A.2-...,g,...a K , V AAL ' ,.-, lm V - I arf' -'71Y"'i ' 5 5173 M312 Ewa IM 35912 .W 5 .Tff-' MMS? ,. J F-Utillgiiuiiiikiii L 1 l 1 I 1 -1 1 i I 5 .. ti' Q - ' af,-I , w ' . f vi 'pf' L", Ni. , ,L ZF 1. 4' ll L? rg.: , -l l , . ,f, .ft lm, tl ll 5.3 lf gi .2 A -T Ll I 1513 1' le 'I li I tl I I E li' fl 1 .l , . 3 Aj It 5,4 lil 4 'Q AT ,gli EA l Q gil if gi 1 fi'-.ll l 'ij' v l , X lx i I il i . w 1 Page Sm'f11ly-smwz T' ' . ll gl Q ll 5. Fx, ' 'l . 'V CTX ff.-P X' ., .xr P,--i K w,. x ,-1 , N53 Vvfr t 13 ii.-S353 if C all me fl 3:- -A -we --e- 1?-f-ffe ff- Y -A P l,llIlf'mllll, , . 'T :Q l l 1 E nl I 5 r F ,Q v ,O ':f1lfff1'fffffl?, ,f'ffa1 I AEffi.Q1:imi.iiiiz .V at 13.251 ,l ,Y I. , T ,,. CWM...--lf-A NELLIE ERTYL JONES . Cedar Falls, la. i' BACHELOR OF ARTS 5 . Latin-English I I Chresto. ' ' "By the fworlz one knofws the fworkmanf' FLORENCE M. KITCHEN . Clarksville, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin-German A Eulalian-Classical Club. "The glass of fashion and the mold of form." - FRED R. LYON ...... Rome, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Economics-Public Speaking Philo-Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '14, '17-Delta Sigma Rho-Triangular Debate, '14-High- land Park Debate, '14-Drake University Debate, '17-Social Science Club-Gospel Team, '13, '17-Forensic League. "Enough said." MARY MARTIN . . . Douds-Leando, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS German-English "Deeds, not fwordsf' MAUDE MCVEY .... Victor, Mont. BACHELOR OF ARTS English-Elocution Chresto-English Club. "As 'virtuous as she is charming." -.T f., v f ,..L,k'- AP4' fp .f : ..f. Q - fl A L LEONA B. MEIER .. . . McGregor, 13. E fi BACHELOR OF ARTS I Latin-English :E A Eulalxan-Ceceliau-Classical Club. "Brzglht gem iilifillff with musir. vocal 1 we . spar ." 3. .... l A Tl me F' eg T if L.. , Q - E Q MABEL E. MILLER . . NVeSt Liberty, la. 51 Q BACHELOR OF ARTS if .Home Economics-Chemistrx' gil ill. g Delplnan. ' f HSIII' is noi t'0lI.Yt'l0Il.l' of her a:'orfh." ll ll ll, li 3 ' El P5 MAE ADELPI-11A MITCI-1El..l. . Manly, lu. B.'XClllEI.0R Ov JXRTS giiififu' 'F ' lilwllsll-l'liSl wx' i g5 , 1 EJCll:lll1lll xPrcSitRut-Y. Nli' C. .-X, Qabixxct, lj fl ,A Live V V ,T 'Z L. . 1 MQ! 16, 17-ltngllsll Club-Social Science Club, ,- , . . ' I A-- . . www! uqvlnukillfl ix luv.. 8,-Urhh . I' fl!! 2 , A R, L V f,.y 1' fl ' - EW .1 f , ' P090 Svfvezzly-eiglll 'V 53. CJ fy. ff' -Al I, .2 1 ,f . J W, I Q- f 1 1 .I - ,V ..,l X! ,L W 1 .2141 5, ..,.Q ,jf LP .1 F , ... A , .A ,fa ' 4 l "ii 1 ' v. ffm A W l Lag 'Ti 1 3- 1 + ji if -1 We V, 'L if, MA-- Ax .. tt! T H, Mg., T . ' 1 tis.. 1- fl .. ' 5, 1, 'NE .pox EQ- t 5 L1 1 'Z 9. Xixkvl 9? ,I Km' 'ffl l'Cg'lTiI in 'W 1 . 1 .1 bf? l' '1 t K X ix I A 'w', it r 1 M ' FR xo-. . '4 1. tj 5 A -1' 1 Na' faq' Quilt ltiiil Q I al 1 L., F - r .- 1 1 5? if 1 at lf I I l S' A 5 4 l ,... , , l El 5 ' l U . l' .2 l . i ' i ts A n if -, ii- A l E3 5 ' sa it ' . at L 4 1 l FJ Ii .l f of A A f El SE at 513. lfifil ' P- Jr-ll E.. ,. A- T v V Y 1. If 'tl 3 - ,l T A - l . J if V . 'tixfi V.. ' HAZEL MORIIEIS . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. - 5 ,, , , 1. ACHELOR OF ARTS -: -.'A- " ss ' A R ' Lg -, g. -'.3,7,jX'1 Physical Education-Chemistry ' I V' S' Alpha. ' . ?"v'fll.Ql7i'iiW' W "W 5' ,, lilli li giim. .ELQEH P Her fways are fways of pleasantnessf' . ' ' ' ' ' .- ,. 3 jf-7396. MARGARET MULLARKY . Fort Dodge, Ia. . D BACHELOR OF ARTS fig' English-Latin lj ,T T Shakespearean-English Club. A "Solitude is sfweet, but I like someone to i fwhom I may fwhisper, 'Solitude is sfweet."' i E ' l ALICE O'CONNOR . . . Waterloo, Ia. ' 5- li. BACHELOR OF ARTS 1 'A L 'F . Mathematics-Chemistry I " Shakespearean-Mathematics Club-T. C. lj la ll Club. I E517 l "She fwill outstrip all praise ' 'li And make it halt hehind her." fi-1 Q E MARY O'CONNOR . . . Waterloo, Ia. i BACHELOR OF ARTS 7 . Commercial Economics P' or Shakespearean-Commercial Club. A El "No need to rack thy hrain for pleasant a l things to say of her." ' ,Fi A n ll Q P. VICTOR PETERSON . . Coulter, Ia. ,fi BACHELOR OF ARTS 5 Biological Science-Chemistry Aristo-Inter-Society Debate, '13-Coe-Morn- ingside Debate, '15-Highland Park Debate, A .. '16-President Forensic League, '16-Delta ,E 'Z Sigma Rho. . , "The force of his ofwn merit makes his ii f L 3 'WW' ' . 4 sy: 5, a HENRIETTA RADELL . Cedar Falls, ra. 2 -1 BACHELOR OF ARTS 1 - A- '---N--. ,l A Commercial-Mathematics ' A ' 'ggi Alpha. ' "We expect great things of her." Q if i r ---- A a . Z 1 lv MARGARET RAIT . . Cedar Falls, Ia. P l ,Q ,A BACHELOR OF ARTS 5, Q 'X Physical Education-English . ,Aj Shakespearean. i MQW "There is not I1 moment ficithoul some ,. 1 :fi-1 duty." l lil Ti Ae XVILLIAM LEE RHEA . Crawfordsville, lu. . fill BACHELOR or TLXRTS i M , Natural Science-Economics O rio. W ' Lf QD f'Blessi11gs on thee, lilflz' man." F - A Vx Y A .LX f V, P-A "fl 71 I--, H- -CL s,"7- ' t--t A ii' ' U ' ' .af ,ff NM--.,Y-.4. ..L,.,,..L.a..'-...e..-.ar ff---J -- ,1 L, , va I - f.. " -W f-- V: ij! A .lit ,A R 1- + -f T ,- , -..r..,..,..,...., 4- ff-g wr 4,-Lg, ' " , , Q' I "Al -. H if 1. . xx -Nr' gd, , ta 'TQ' .bil g,t,1a,a,Lxl.itli.a...-V-A-A 4-- R 15515. T1 .fa :Aa X. ' i C L xxx: .3-xl m,.-- lviv . -a L A fo., 1 ,'.,px C Mil Page Sefvenly-n 1 f T ml 41 V ,q 5 X I X r ff Cal , ,h ' 1 ine , 1 .1 , A 1 , 2 fu af, .I ,.,, X ., . J- 1, li I 'I 1 ' 1 u , ,,f. C 1 , . n.,..,,,.L,.- ,ye 34,517.1 Nb 1 Xxx 1355115 Eg X 'ii L. 'XX "-C, gg. Vx x , LQ ,f 3 . 1 x ,I 7. 'L , ,,g,-.v-N, ,ai l I. 4 1 QC ,. l .1 . 4 .rf - .A '1 4 1, il. l x U . tg, I . L! 'ef ff- ltfffgff 1 5' til ' me ff, Q 1 ...Ng ..,,,.-f ,'. 1 rw-1 ,I 1 fl 'I ff' . X fixf' 1: , .W , .ni , if 1 Page I l ' Eighty 5 , .2 l - iw: is 911 '1 I '1 WALTER D. RICH . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Commercial Education-Government Philo. "Eat, drink, and be merry, for i0m0ff0'w A-we may die." MERTLE B. RIGGS .... Creston, Ina. BACHELOR OF ARTS History-English Homerian-Women's State Forensic Conven- tion, '16-Social Science Club-Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '16-Geneva Club-Y. .W. C. A. Conference, Geneva, '16-English Club. "Fair-lzaired, azured-eyed, of zz delicate, Saxon cornplexzonf' VERNARD R. RODERICK . . Dedham, Ia. BACHELOR or ARTS Government-Economics Business Manager College Eye, '16, '17- Football, '14, '15, '16-T. C. Club. , "My days among the dead are past." INA SALYERS ..... Malvern, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Home Economics-Chemistry Choral. "A heart of strong faith and pure gold." JESSE E. SHEDD . . . Cedar Falls, la. BACHELOR OF ARTS English-Public Speaking Philo-Mid-VVinte1' Play, '16, '17-Commence- ment Play, '15, '16-President Student Coun- cil, '16-Minnesingers-English Club-Col- lege Band. "Behold-a man!" JACK F. SLY ..... XVaterlOo, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS English-Government Aristo-English Club-Schoolmasters Club- Social Science Club-Editor, Old Gold, 'l7. "If fwit were fwisdom-yr' Gods! .-lnotllvr Solomon!" . EVA L. SMITH .... Cedar Falls, la. BACIAIIELOR OF ARTS Englisll-lelistory English Club. "fluff kuofwing lllllfll, xln' lnzrmwi to knoqc' still more." RUTI-l E. SMl'l'll . . . Spirit Luke, ln. liAClllil.OR on-' ARTS Mnthcmaltics-llistorx' Cl'CSl0-lvlZllllQIllllllL'S Club, L "Ifm'111'.vl1n'.r.v alum' nml.w'.v lifr wtf-rniry." YY A N xxx. ,R N X-.1 xt E X, 1 S , ,NI , S. - 4 'T L J.. , . xx '- 1 . A K .L Q rf.. ,L w H A 1 l ,z Ps ,i Pi 2-we-Q ,I fl H Rights? siwffffl Ckfiimfxl R aa M sl ll 2' ,RU is H L L L. wklirlu,-gl ll -.4 5 1' w A . l T 4. K lt 5 - .ff Ill' 1- ff T 1- f T1 i --mulls ll .Ili L ll TE., SLT'.Q.r.,, .,4, -V 14 L. ll, Cul lL 'A A A.- Y-, GET ? L 4" R. 11. - 1 . lf,-' al X .N .. I l l Y 4 J P1 M. EDITH SWEET . . Des Moines, Ia. in ,E.2, 1' -i am g,TAf,:1 - L BACHELOR OF ARTS A ' -EE, 5 g.,f.'f,. "' fgllllggal Elfv- 5 English-German 3 A' 4 ' Qj1Q"ffQ'..X.ffQ,' Delphian-Student Volunteer Band-Y. VV. 1-.l.Q:l.rZ r.7193fi1, C. Cabinet- , AV. Ft.. V. D Lxjlshgj . 2 33 "Your deeds are knofwnf' J MABEL E. TURNER .... Elliott, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Mathematics-Physics Homerian-Mathematics Club. "She is a fworthy maiden." SYLVIA UFFORD . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS English-Natural Science English Club. "None lznefw her but to lofve her, ., ' None named her but to praise." IRMA GRACE VAN DERVEER . . . . . . . . .Cedar Falls, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin-English Shakespearean-Classical Club. "That's a girl of spirit and 1we'll drink her health." A HALLIE WVARD . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS T- English-Elocution - Neo-English Club-Choral-T. C. Club- l Dramatic Club-Mid-Winter Play, '17-COm- mencement Play, '16. . l g "A daughter of the Gods, dzzfznely fazrf' I' MARY WARD .... Cedar Falls, Ia. 7' BACHELOR OF ARTS English-History Ossoli-English Club. "Gaze into her eyes and you'1l see a little angel- ' . Gaze longer and you'Il see a lztfle unjr. f I F IJ '. MEDA WARNER . . . Parkersburg, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin-History ' . Classical Club-Social Science Club-Del- T phian. "fl man's a man for a' Mai." MILDRED WVARNER . . Parkersburg, ln. BACHELOR OF ARTS English-History English Club-Delphian. "Al maiden Quill: dllfk-lH'0QL'I1 eyes." - .ga X .-,- . .x , - Hs QT' l l - refs X-.YCHJ LJ lx lv'-4Q L. fl lf fs ll it A.. , givin - fill j l A. 'Tgs itil Yi ' 5-1 l x TJ il lvl . l J l lil I Q 'l l 'I swf l ml . F11 l V " ? 4 l l ,. L, .fl N ' I ,' 54 fl F sl -,fy 5 i fl l il l wi lm. ls A ri, l.XX E 1 A 4 gi S, l l Xe -. 5 1 A ..l g' P f I 1 s il '.. "Fi Q l lm E le-Z ' l -11 'ii s l .Q U jug, le, lf: U l-l 1 NA A: 1 ll Q X 5 4 .i ffl P 2,11 U lil lg, i HA' lli, X Allrfll 1. lf 1. i if 1, 114.1 ls ilsllq ., gil! ,HX b fl ,A , fl -T Q il .Q 1 f ll T 5 lc: . A 1, ' ' ll Page Eighty-one l I is- -A . i 1 I ,L L l F I lla I ,I I E l x if . . . F, f 1' f. N! ' f' sl I .' fl 1: I ' A" L PP: 'ww w. Ll-.IQ - A----'irogw cially 'Pl My 3 YE? ll: jf-2 F71 iff' Hy-I fl ,,,, , , :YC Lib, Cf? ,P L ,J lpifiqg ll 12 , ' v Eff Cl L 5 lj 1 J L E ,A 55 Q I El .,.. 4 Q L L11 L V 3 Ll .L FL EZ fs e"',' ' L ' V!! l I .,.,, 5. l I V Page Eighty-two ,I , Viiifgrr-' Lx . I ,I f If I , 'jk' ff I f I ,fan .1 I, ,- , V1 r4',,L.- .tt EARL WHITFORD . . . Edgerton, Wis. BACHELOR OF ARTS I Chemistry-Physics Aristo-English Club-Football, '13, '14, '15, '16-Captain, '16-Basketball, '14, '15, '16, '17-Baseball, '14, '15, '16-Commencement Play, '15. "fl fworleman that needeth not to be ashamed." LUCY A. WINTER .... Carroll, Ia. BACHELOR OF ARTS Latin-English Neo-Classical Club-English Club. "Tho last, not least in love." FLOY AHRENS . . . Cedar Falls, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE GOLDIE BARNES .... Lenox, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE SARAH BLUMER .... Lu Verne, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE ETHEL P. BOOTH .... Haskin, Ia. f JUNIOR COLLEGE HELEN BORDEWICK . . . Vinton, la JUNIOR COLLEGE EUSERA BUXVEN . . . Shell Rm-L, LI ' JUNIOR C0l.l.liGli Ji! I9 ,FfGA5+Q'3,, J ' ' ff-il? .- ,, L xxx 'x ' ' W ti I ' X 'J -, 17' ' "'Y"'i, . . M I 'fL,i5'f'bMI"f'l J QQ 4 K, .Vf-fig-.ij.1.Qfr.: pf ' , r I I . I ', ICN'-R' I "ac 1, E pg..-is ' L, x.-.. -, - - -N 1' mf--f. R, ,F Q, I , . ,,,.,,,!,gig?jiQ-,VMCAnmv--Y,,,q,. -M. N,,H,W,,,,, zlxgifwx is Y New EX -24 AVIS BRIAR .... Mason City, Ia. Q "Hfgf,'I,-:NL K 'S faq T f I -. 4 M 1:.,:i'f '?f"i4""" 3 '- " I 9 , J JUNIOR COLLEGE Qffsjqffi V .II Q . , ,I Q, , A-.3:f2fqf,?f Q f7'--pf-f.qp,,Q I , "1 W I , lglf, BESS BRIAR ..... Mason City, I JUNIOR COLLEGE 5 531 4 , 5 N: J Q 1, '.-: E as EJ -4 ? L :E I - L I J I ELOISE BROWN ..... Slater, Ia. V ' JUNIOR COLLEGE Q- in . J - Y F '- PAULINE BRUENE . . . Gladbrook, Ia. . JUNIOR COLLEGE , I., '- Social Science Club L L . , I 153 f , '43, V' I , ' I V '- MELINDA CASTEN . . . Postville, Ia. A ' 1 J A JUNIOR COLLEGE F Neo -I A J N ' rs 1 - ' , ' f 5 X L X i A ALINE CLEMONS . . . Thol-mon, Ia. " W XX A , - 4 ' . 1 JUNIOR COLLEGE J ua'-,Ji , , E 1 P 1 ' I 1: i E BLANCHE COLE .... smnwood, If.. : JUNIOR COLLEGE E Ossoli X X E I 5 ?iA D W' ., Win, ANNA v. COPLEY 6 - - Reimck- 111- lf7TiT., lmsI,!gIII--.asia-Wasabi? A JUNIOR OLLEGE J ' '- . J 4.5 Iv 1 ' 5 Shakespearean LQ, - ' ' -l . ! C?" XLX IJ. ELIC, g fi ffm ' A V'-. il, I .U 5 - ,- 'xr xlf 'Y 'Y S .- A ,-1 if f- ,H ' ,fkpx V' if! L. .. X YL,-N lin ,I '32, Y XFATJJ P ' 5 55124 1: '-,Q-R F' ?f. 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Batavia, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE Delphian . ORA DAVIDSON ..... Afton, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE Clio ' MABEL DOBBE ..... Huxley, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE A Ossoli ESTHER EARNEST . . . Remsen, In JUNIOR COLLEGE Q Ossoli LAVVRENCE B. EDNVARDS . . Doon, la . JUNIOR COLLEGE Al'lSt0 ,,...,,.,. . L, .1 J 11 1 ' ,Q A f'-- . ill! nj" 1' I, f -xt, .iff 7,4 l -L ' . J-...f1..I 1.2 A I , I lr ., FT --f , . I, 1 VI , R N. ,,., ,v-sir' A Tj If I 1 A. 5 f--" .' - z ff' "-" I : A 1 , : ' F F5 1.. .. .-, 4 R4 I H1-111 1 If' ?ft?5i I L.- V gm J . Q.. . , T....:,-, l..fI.fw-g , ,I I :sf 5 gf In : ,l id-2 I", , , ,,, 'A-.Y H' ...R A--, ,.., if sf: IC, 'Z 'ai' 'gf 3 - I A i-. L gif A GW, -ff, fr I A A . .-'nw ' I 3 " K IV" 4'C':'2,7 me A' - ai ls ga ' Xe 'J Ju '-Ma , MJLL.. .,.. ,L A 4 I fi' , ., f-' 11:5 g,,. , , X 3 31 apt , - f.-- -rv -,f--f -f --f-- ----- -1- -V-fy, - VY. -'-' .4 .kg--,J ,Ref . .-A-- e i 1 1 , - 4 5 . I 1 I In QQ lf: - I A . - A R' f f fir 2 f WSWVI-T I--Lx-!LC'Lf1'SJ:21QQ".1,LX:lfff1l1fGfi.1l-AQUQM, '3'5iiQig7Eg??3ffiQsififfi,-57957773fQ5"NL:fgQ1Q,,, ,L '.,. . ,I ww. X TIL If QF A I' A w gd W M 15? if I I- -I Kiev MARGARET FLEMING . . Denison, Ia. l'ff2.j if-'Z A' ggi H' JUNIOR COLLEGE 5 'Yi' -X FQ I I, ,IX . I - H, A a 1, TL,-K NXIN IRIIIIIIIFII?elf9.l? :E new ,lllnl 5 5-5, A ir- - ---A 5. ,f gi 1-:,' A v I I Q50 I . , , , . . V K , A I ' "f .,j""F-E U' Nd I J META ERICKE .. . . . Guttenberg, Ia, ll-Q 45? ' , 141 '32-gig A JUNIOR COLLEGE - ', , ' ii i I Delphian-Choral if f,,Q r- ri E . fzf 1 F52 YY U E- ' . -4 1' I I rr H ' M lla- 5425 .'A' - 5- PI E, e ' "- 9 IC' KJ if 'S ii if 4- ,' ' EUR W 1 RUTH FUNK -. I. -. . Independence, Ia. ,I nn' M EQ ,li ' J W E JUNIOR COLLEGE '- Z N ffl I , L 'ZW ,VY 3 I - I, . E J ,, ,es . 4 15 11: I-. I 1 I I , Q rj I A CALLIE A. GAERIELSON . Harcourt, Ia. KX g X w- . 1 if Q J - JUNIOR COLLEGE 1 I? QSPX I 1:2-.fl if Homerian ' X Nj: C fi ' jg If 5 d fi. fe X :T Y ' X11 ' ' ' I GJ J L 'X h lx IX I' I J I ,IA "5 ' M4 J ' LI 'F 35 , 'JT V2 .... , 1 I 1 , - rn ,' Y MARY GALFORD . . . Clear Lake, Ia. gt- 3 ' JUNIOR COLLEGE 1 -A j -- - , L1 I E"' I xi ,. ,H I 3' ,- I, f-1 ' " 51.1. A H ' -Nil R 1 I A A : ' -3' X ' "' 1lI Q F. J MINNIE GIFFIN . . . Shenandoah, Ia. 4 Q' J 34 JUNIOR COLLEGE Y RM .4 I L 1, I ff! .l . 4 1 I .Egg f L X7 Q' 4 I Ili ' 5 rl fjl ' 2 ff I -4 . RUBY GILLESPIE .... Vinton, In. , Z1 fl 'A ' ' 1.x -- 'I 'I 3, , JUNIOR COLLEGE J- I 'yi 15 .fi V 4 Y V Qfwxgj I ' lf A , f', ls. , , I-L 4 " ki CQ: I F "' - - X -5 1 Z: . ' ' E t , - . H O, ik - I I ii '4 l 'r x I is 3 If: II ' 1 , - 5 Iyxivj Q 1:,,a,l.1.y,- LLJUHXOI- V- X iz M V A - lzji I I HELEN I. I-IADDOCK . . Greenfield, Ia. ---- 01125012If----iH35Wi5'Q5R!fZ.!iW, A 71. JUNIOR COLLEGE u ff I, ' A - fljfu ' .Q'- I -I Irving-Social Science Club -S - .V . 5 WNY I I i , tx, I 24 :W VIL . ,J I Q I , N. A Y A0-4 J--'u. 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Dyersville, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE Ossoli MARTHA HIATT .... Sidney, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE Chresto MARGARET HOBSTETTER . Tipton, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE LOIS F. HOLROYD . . . Ply-mouLh,Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE NORA MAUDI3 HOWELL . Waterloo, la JUNIOR COI.I.EGE GERTRUDli I-IYNIES , . Chicago, Ill JUNIOR k'oI.I.IaGIs Ossoli 'IIUHN .IACOIISIQN . . sum IPIIIIS, s. Iv y , n JUNIOR Um I I-'mf C Ill!-SHNIX ',,,T, ., 1-- ,., i , 735 w Z .ff A: 11' gif' -'f' fi- ' I .A-A . 17 T4 'I vi ' JL?-if ?'7' '-' 1 'J'-JE' ' sv ,I-4-I, 1 4 ' I ix 1-I ' ff' 1 5 7 ,E-4 ,-5 JC ' :- 5-Q :lx LJ I I F I I. P9-+4 ffl ,FC QT., .' I 532 i .... v 7 Z: g I i: H- it f F1 5 LD T 3 I' Ll I 5 'fp' ' IL-3 1-'G L- I ij xg ,L 4 I L V L. , I I C, L ,X XX .X !LI.,.:Q, " ZA J we --W- -cf N 5 . t ,, I- I sun'-llll .0-, -" I I I ,.. 45:-'Tl - . 3 ffgfelllbllwzea -... Lalllll I llnunlll -ml I lQTi?5?'j""il,,f'S' :E-lL..1., Off- .iLg3if:1g1:i:.R 1 M- I I .11 ,fl 'lfEl5'5fg:13iR' Z!-"i t, 9 l' E-5-S NKQ'-'i?T3?7jf3 iw--fi'ii'f'F gifxf ffm' 10, N. 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Fi MARCO A. LUGO . Maxjaguez, Porto RICO ' lgmili giifji JUNIOR COLLEGE 35 lj-ing: L ,I Y. M. C. A.-Gospel Team fv-9.3, l llc? T A ffl L s ,H ,N E, N O ,.LgJ.,,f-Q4 I X l,x,Jx.i1f. ,, ,,.. E L. ,.-. . I 4-I,Q5"it8f5,QOqgil I A I -- I ,fgavff I Page Eiglzty-scvflz -K-AH wwf: f,J...,,k .,.,,,,.-4 VM- M' 13-.- ,qf O' ,f L . SR MMO My g, O MOAx ff? f' O frA41iiii'M,AA-MH-Vin 1 1 . ,,,, , .---,f L R U VW ,MH k.m,ff', Nu v- X." xg , ,f,,f e X! .'fQ1,-.'.-x-,-7,1-,7 ,-4. M - , .,,- ,If ,gifs A I . , uf' I ff x Y LW 'Y f' 13 ff, 11 J Qff 'l H MX x X 7 ff 'Of Aw -,,,:.- X, xii'-f' f 1, W ham, MJ...-,f..:.i,,,f.,,,,:,.- 6-0 f C AIP? VN 433 Xi ff -92 f. xxj . ll Q52 O - 1 ,,f'r1f'1.x " I OCD! F A a S 1 . 5 . li F O A F I F, H 3 fi Page Eighty-c1'gL1 JUNIOR COLLEGE Q ' FLOSELLA MCENANY . . . Coggon, Ia E JUNIOR COLLEGE Alpha-Orchestra i 1 l i MARGARET EDNA MCKERCHER . . ..........Manly,Ia JU MOR COLLEGE Delphian MERNA MORSE ..... Floyd, Ia. juxlon C'Ol.1.scs Homerian-Mathematics Club KATI-IRYN MURPHY . . Rcinbeck, la. j Uxxon COx.1.xecE Neo-Newman Cabinet I"I,.ORl3NCli MURRAY . . . Sheldon, la. JUNIOR CO1.1.r2m2 MAMON 0.'X'l'll0l7'l' , , , s1,c11.,, ln R jvxnm L'm,1.1amQ N00--L'hOr:nl llll.DA A. P.-Xl.MQl7IS'l' . Sinux Ulu, In Q 'N R CUIIHII AMBER B. MANN ..... Burt, Ia. F fr' f""' ' .4 ..-- ff? A 1' f' iff' L if 'ft ,ff x ,, . V, . P gQ-Q1 -4 W - .4 - 1 fl T' Rv N J! xi gwr Y' 1-'ful , 11' 4 G r V V "'x f-45 L1 A F - A . . n fx r-1 .- - - f 1 1 'hi J' . 3 ' v-1 3-Q P Fi :K E .-4 3,4 ,-gg, 14-1-,, ,,,. I .JH Q ' s I epagpe A I NNN! LL - Agra wwf, 4 Jagut, If Illllllll I 'o I 101 ' .' D . X . , , F'K'k'.'i 9 , I 'L iv 3 i' lik, XI I NX .-'D I Q I QR M311 , ' VX-fl ""1'ii,, ills , T93 .1 ,I .gg S -if fr -. 35 . ' 3 1 fl . -:J J JI I ' ' HI A X3 ,Qs ?-. . A . fri ., I A-::.1::.e:?f5::::f . f-Y- - I. I A- I ' -1 Q - R, ,twiki r, k . . 4 .. U ' W: 5 I A- ,M J I I f. - '1 " ' ' 'E ' f 1. ' -LG-' f "?i'ZV' ..-" Ja' Q! L. QC' ""jf'. , "'Q'Q'-fA -. .. , . '- -' I f ,, . . ,ffiilfe-f 'AK , . 1 eif5j.7LLf'I li if I O, ., i P1115 JV, 4 I rf5"j'f-A-WE, , I ' f AV., Q. ,. . VYYV K -.L -, . ik if ,"2 ' Y ffg 'I ff.. ' . ... . 1-11. ' -lfirgiff- A' A - CTill?I-..5.g.g34LL--,lgiI'3Q.icT?14-'Tv '9.?11gQt-1,..f.,5...-.-L'Q1 Qellgxiii 'I gL1..'i?flI 71 . Qiiyil ,ff CLARA PAULSON . . . Graettinger, Ia. I, -f,':'+QQ,' f1'it: 1.5 I if-'ir-l"J'1T-fi. , ' I X' 3 ,gnu - -I 1. V. J, ' 1.9 -- 1- 11 ,. - R.-. 5' . ' . JUNIOR COLLEGE "avi,'1.932:.f:f'u5., 'T' V iu fipr f Ossoli 1" "'i'L' , ii' CSU - lllllllll 'I , .Ill IIIE Y- " I - J . --N -"-. . - , -..,- - " .-ww ' FLORENCE PEASE . . . Farragut, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE DORA M. PENSE . . Steamboat Rock, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE ANNE E. PETERS . . . Parkersburg, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE MABEL PULTZ . . . Brookings, S. JUNIOR COLLEGE Sioux MARIE QUINN . . JUNIOR Ossoli LUELLA M. RAGUE JUNIOR COLLEGE COLLEGE . Britt, Ia. Green, In. D. 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I it f I .- f 1 -J 1' X J ' A' J if Q4 ' ' llgln ll. M, f, I Q LODEMA REID .... Farragut, la. 'I' " f" '-' - , JUNIOR COLLEGE M .. . T J ' I L, , . ff A A E llfiv' 'I i 714.4 L-Vi fy 1 Page Eighty-nine 'lr C . ' :' '- Q x .q. R Rl I I I C N R0 I ' ' - R' Ay-lkkiili 8 x V if' ' J! if J ,ALA T., 7 ipgls, ,Q 'g f' ,J WJ rf Y V, 'V I . f '--'-"A 1' 2. ' . " ' . I 4:5 V-YV .-Y --J. ' . "'.'-T' O V 'K 'C' " ' ff.- ! f !'f""i1"E L, Q Q. l ' - 11' 'R .Hs f V, ff 5 ,If ' Kr' f O ,-1 . -- it , X XC M fffvf.T,..-i ff' Q ' ' gg ',', 1,H,,Q,Gg, Q n '5j,,L-f- ' -f jf ,fx If ' ' L Y' I ij f i.2?.7QQ1f'f'-if ' -.1 f 1gs3?ff-sigfgr I - HW. fi f -ff' I I f M If Qwau-A 5, ,ga fi: LE. -- Laflwg ' T E R C- .. 05 6 I 9 llllll. i gl . , ' 1 in 1 sq I l , In hi 3 I" li, : ling 1 llli in U -I-fr'1"P' hull ll iii! nn' I. .In..!lF!fZ'......nIlllllllluyu I ,I I umm. . JET i V ff T iff' ff . M , 3 ,A JUNIOR COLLEGE ANN ELLA REYNOLDS . . Griswold, Ia JUNIOR COLLEGE JUNIOR COLLEGE JUNIOR COLLEGE Homerian il .,. fl vi JUNIOR COLLEGE I J RENA G. ROSE ..... Norway, I J JUNIOR COLLEGE i .-3 ELLA LAGE ...... Paullina, la. ,J JUNIOR CO1.I.EGE 1 . Chresto 'I 4 3 HAZEL RICHARDSON . . Morris, Minn. L ELLEN ROBB ..... Malcom, Ia. PAULINE ROSE ...... Olin, Ia. a. Gl5R'I'RUl7lC SCllOl.'liEN . . . Dunn, ln. 52 JUNIOR CO1.1.1:GIz lx 5' ,tw,'?QIw'gf'gVig.wLf1L!ff1.41II?'p.I yy U" fi . J, L 1 H My Izifglg fn I W I y J S .J..,j1'f ,,lq,, Page Ninety 1' Wir ff 3 I in VERA REID .S ..... Farragut, Ia. ,fd . 0 1-f I - fi , . ul FI'- 1 I- 1 r, I H H39 ' H L 5 P1 H I-IH an I2-iii if E. :I Q' . - .ll 7-1 IR, l,!L: :SE E ii 1 X ff ff 5: ll R1 C' 25-.fi 57' '53 L2 .Wifi Y' :TW S R..- 5" rg nl ii? If' 'E--X' 2 I J ,Y , , .Q ' I Cl .1 Y: rim. ,xX3'4 7523 'K I.. 'R - I 'X K 162 f V 'R ,. 1.1 1 - D . IE , . R .O. 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I JUNIOR COLLEGE FLORENCE SULLIVAN . . . Boone, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE J I Z Neo J , W L 3 V nu F so ' :J PEARL A. SWANSON . . Stratford, Ia. hr gg JH .. up ii' g A JQJ I ' I 5 5 Eff E? E-.V :K I E E 5 s :ff 2 2 E I I A JUNIOR COLLEGE . I i I ,-1-'-'f--""'-'E'-mn"""mf"N, - ' ' , f -fa 4 1- ,Q LfE'e'L1 Mmm' - .3333-'C+ v 'wsmw-an-.-Gal - 'form 1' V" TYQ .R . I I 0 J JJQLZAL lag, .739 Y TZJLQEZL N' V ,, ff A 'ixjie 1017 gweoofim f I I-AA-::f:'--1-:eva 'E - eff' 'J go A NX J- 5 5 J H , 75-orH'I-W'Mm-mf-5kfw:fb4Q XX Page Ninety-one 52123 32 iii .in ,' A. 2 X, 'le C-y.'13',, - X . an Q X4 ',-ir. 'H If jf W l X A '51 , . J 1 . AY 1 J is-. , ,N hi, I 3 J QM ki H 1 if - in . W , 'I 11 1 N I gf I E I M 1:2 ' EEO A NE E L Y"k 1 ,EY ,' I3 Eliiffii L E gli? 1' fflrf L .3 I HQ' i fr '-Y 1 E :I ! X, , I I I 1 , I i , lady 1. ,L Page Nincly-taco L, I-I-,I 'ff A,-.A,,, I Af.A" I-if-O.Tp'I- Ml -C BEULAH TAYLOR .... Nashua, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE Chresto ADELAIDE E. THEIN . . Garnaville, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE Eulalian M. HELEN TINKER . . . Dunlap, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE LUORA WEBER ..... Ackley, Ia. JUNIOR COLLEGE Chresto BESS XVILLIAMS .... Tipton, la. JUNIOR COLLEGE Delphian EMMA XVILMES .... Reinbeck, Ia. JU NIOR COLLEGE Ossoli--Social Science Club-Euterpean- Orchestra VERA XVINTEROXVD . .A . OI-In-ein, Ia. JUNIOR L'OI.1.EGI2 I-Iomermn-Socnnl Scicnce Club LOUISE XVULFF .... Dubuqnc, ln, i JUNIOR K'OILI,w:If ll'Vll1j.I J, Li? J wa if ,vb-f fx- . F . E . rj ?-ff, S 1-,A --fq -..E :ff-f -i aff fqlfi-4 ' we L I f H f F4 1 5 L4 L P9 2 , I rf H fi if -I 542:13 51531 ,v-: g rw, If fe ...M f LL EY: --K ',4 QQ 115 :Q O. ff' ,I ?' pg, " .Q , C14 T 1 f"?'.JAI ui, 'W I . I " 5' if 1'- I , I. ff I '1 L. I 1 ,Z 'L ' f -,w,'g,.1A,I w N x -,, N '35 fn .- E.. . tim' , .. K, M1 Q , V ' Li.M2.QihyM- u , f J., I ' 2 ,f A I 1 ' I ff 2 . A 5 - -- - .,ImI, Q- 1, fI , '53-1' " . -yi--bw-'1Q'. 1 A 1. ,. .ff . Tr, 9 I R' . L I Ages:-wr' ' ' -K 1 A av , F, , ,I. , 4 I '.f"'Jfj3 'MW 2 xx A RANK' R X. x . x I , I 5,-5 l 5- . u lpyfn l '11, 5'-A f RITA ALLEN ..... De Smet, S. D. PRIMARY QQ U I gl yz I, , QQWY 1917 QQQJ Q1 ,ii ' A E' I- 5 QR: V1 I f F ggex I I fi H ' iff--RI FLORENCE ANDERSON . Primghar, Ia. 1 If ' PRIMARY fs-J ' f 3 Zeta EY x L H N A - A - I Lk CJ h ix 5 'I L l If ,N , , I . N Ii fi ELSIE ANDREW- .... Decatur, Ia. Ex 3 Q PRIMARY W , iii ' IJ? A 'A I 3 - ' 1 If A I 5 PAULIANE ASHLEY . . La Porte City, Ia. , A i - PRIMARY - -J Q I . . 4 gil , 2 it Cho A I 1 R A , F I 1 1 I . A XI K W !.., ' I 3 A ' A 5 ml ,ails EF Y Y., ' 2 . ALMA ASPEN .... Langford, S. D. fa PRIMARY , W I ,A , r ,Q Neo-Sioux-Social Science Club 3 G I 5: E fi -2 .E I A YA fi E Il -. ,lil 3 ?' ALICE A. BAILEY . . . . Britt, Ia. 5 PRIMARY f I LR A A PM 7 1: rd' I 'C L Q . --- I I i lllll A llfll E23 ii K' fn I V A J J 5 V PRIMARY Clio ' QA A 5 IRENE BERG .... Webster City, Ia. A I If V'-4 E? fi .L-A la 5 3.-L wi KJ Lf- A we 53: in ' Qxgs- ' 5-A Qlfii' Q LUCILLE M. BINGEN . . . Ackley, Ia. I PRIMARY --Y--f, ill-.4 ,. Delphian F. V. C ff.: vi ' I - Q, if I -Wan -.. .- I V-. J P f ,, Y, ,f A , , -4-fff"'1'fgI"I'VII , I P1"5'f w ,'QLj'F' pf:-kkf--T f-W-if '-KLA -- 'f-A-,Q-'Q .-'13 rlllxf.,.'f.-.....fQk"".7jfQ1, 'f ' 1 ,V 'fy' r "I"-" 'X'-Q..'-:T::,i-1,::i1,,. 1, N 'I L Q Wm R f5't3-Iw.Xff W- '--- - f , ,, , A H I , , 1,-' B .q .w,Y - -X, yfrfv .V,,.,Y,.- , .I ,x H- H -'N -A-"W 'f---- --' f""'fMf" 2 4, 5' X ,AJ . ,- , ,. I ,T -, I1-.?,-w..n ..-. Wx If X X I-I fn ' 1 it ii-KI I A ff' hT:2.L12igiiIi'K if! ,A YQ .,.-- 'Qigf,'ij1,,'g, ,. ' I 'ff'-if -fig i: X.-X ., 7., if IRQ' ,1i:1g,::,:f::if?7?3"if31T4'-- .3'7'17A' Lw"7"f'i-"'f!' . IV, Z 1 ,g gvggff ' "1 ,T1',.ZL..i'I ,. 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Lake Mills, 'Y I 55 E PRIMARY S 9 Chresto A S 'i T 5 l I n - ' l Il all In F ' ...rl fi nn ux ,IQ . ,llll .. 'E-I E 3 , ,S 3 E5 Q: E I ,d E Mi E ig 'Q In f in 42 V R ESTHER COLBURN . PRIMARY A . Irving-Stlident Council GRACE M. CURRY . . PRIMARY Cresto-Choral-Sioux Clear Lake, Ia Elkpointg S. i I I llllll N . 9- A I C :I " 1 l 1 ' 1 1 ue , gn l ' - I s g I sg 1 1: I - n, f l ,.I.V . 22' b I n Ill 'I 53 D la I A I ,E , E I E I S Q 'J 5 L11 11: 'E - I -' A E I! E 5 . I :V I I iii LILLIS DAY ..... Brighton, - g I PRIMARY ' F5 'P H 'P Delphian I '4- j f' :I 1- MARCIA DAIGNEAU ' . Austin, Minn. g gi P :gi PRIMARY Q , Zeta 5 1' 5? A . M , I- -- A .- - I- -- f F- I " i j 'W A :Q . ' ' nfgi2fi?i,,,,,....l'lC 1 7 jg ' ' C CM 'C Ii' XX I -A '. 5 ' ,gg ig, fr 4:4 J,jjT,l",E31L QI uL1IU.",,,- llll " W Y 'Y ' ' 2' ' X Y I I ' Page Ninety-ffve 1 i. I 3 ,I ?.' v I F ,A A -Aw ,,,,FM,.,,...--,f2fgitigfff'4T47i335iT?5Qif TgiiilllLflfilflff-gif ?3537:71TQ'f'K7'M 5. 'ffyl 2 ' 'A', U' F'TTl9Z1 T gif: p5:53iiA,,ffr' :if ', 5 P1133 ...Wye ,I A " I x'RHf'f f'vLz5-i . . 'W ' fi j 3Kf"lfilEl2?Ef:' 'i,,1ig1?f'fQQ1 .'ff.5:,y'f' 'fgj 'i'j'iAy J ,',. J b, 1,0 Gil X' H142 WTI?-Y iii -f y,f17ff?g.-.e' 'iiiiflliii I-SL:,-I ' f!2UL?Igi?f1'5! .Ri..:-.ALgf.fg...f ,I ' fx . X1 fy- ,441 M1 If H,...:. . . ,,.4' ff,, f ,' 1,4 Y.,. f ,Y.., ,..,,......4-,..m X gpm Tvrwnh-A ,a '-1f.,.,..,..,..-Q-sv - ,ypfgfkxgagg AQ. - --- " -we-xfdwe-f-nigga? 'YM' .WV x QI.- -M. -' N' ' f f f? Y.. . k I X2 44 I ELIZABETH DEW U. . Rembec , a- 33. be ' A I PRIMARY A ,ff J .F f . ef! V ' X OSSOl1 -fr 4 59" Eirzfj ' 5 I 4: fp 1 New J 55 H IP? T . I . ' A . 1 " ETHEL DULL .... Cherokee, Ia. S I ' PRIMARY r 68 .. W3 Q . H 2 I Fi I It I , ,gi I GRETCHEN EGLI .... Onawa, Ia. A A PRIMARY A A I ' ! ' , E' E I. Q1 HILDA FREY .... Rockford, Ia. Q Q3 I Q PRIMARY 5 Y Neo If l 5 I I P' I? I I i E "L I I Q , E- 3 'C r A Q MRS. CORA A. GARRETT Cherokee, Ia. I . 5 'Q ' PRIMARY 'I s 5 gr 4 ne E ? fr 3-. E ? , J :N 'G 1 -IRENE GUETZLAFF . . . Bassett, Ia. ' I PRIMARY E. jg I I , ' r Cecilian-Choral Y- if ' 15 Q 34 " I 5 - I ri 'rf 3. 131 5 I I , im, i L. EDNA GIBBS . . . Greenfield, In , ig A 1 PRIMARY . Shakespearean . . ig? V Gif-ii I I :rr I ' U, vy .U W M 1 H H I A m J GRACE GILLETT . . . Forest City. lu. 5 I A , .. . .. ., l tj K. t in ,-K PRIAIARY 'ff' 3 I 'Y s Page Ninety-six I 'I-. "I V l I I kgs?-lx',xlx iffy A ' -T xx! 3153? . ' I ' -'UI ' X3 I RI I ' I4 E2 . 1, I Ei 2 'L 3 A 2 E? gg ie D- I A A I Q - 733 Ula I ggi, I' I-3,4 , -an I I ' lI 1 J I f- -if A nl. l' 1 I I l I K N A N ' N I , In -. ,II ,Y ur' KATINKA GJELLEFOL . Forest City, Ia. PRIMARY HAZEL GOLTRY .... Newell, Ia. PRIMARY IDA M. GREEN . . . Middletown, Ia. PRIMARY ' Ossoli ' ' IVA GREEN ...... Reinbeck, Ia. PRIMARY Choral I I EDNA A. GREGORSON, Missouri Valley, Ia. PRIMARY ESTHER GRONEWEG . Council Bluffs, Ia. PRIMARY Clio MABEL CLAYRE HARKIN . Aurora, Ia. I 'PRIMARY Homerian ' ' MARY E. HATHWAY .' 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A 4' Rf - Jw- - f -- '-f ,fgffgc 4 ' lx ffm? wwf: Q2-ge-.L'ilgaaanell.sgameiilfIf I ' ' ff A A Ijfg..4J.xJ-+---f'N-e- 1-'-"Un '- -M' " ' ' '-fp f' ,gf , 1, , I X 'T-ff - I ef-lfyy f ff Qc 4, Q ni i R ' Homerian Chresto Irving I MARIE A. HERMAN . . Algona, PRIMARY VELMA HIATT . . . . Sidney, PRIMARY STELLA MAIDEN .... Ruthven, PRIMARY Clio-English Club-Commencement Play, -Mid-Winter Play, '17 MAUDE HIGH .... Janesville, PRIMARY LENA HOSKINSON . . . Corning, :I PRIMARY - Irving I y, I Q I DALE HUNTLING . . . Cresco, ' ' .Z PRIMARY X 1:2 N60 A 951 I li SI ki QI, llgll I IENNIE JEPSEN . . . Cedar Falls, 53 PRI M ARY ly lg 5,1 iirgf , , , I FERNE JOHNSON . . . Dow Citv, 1 I PRIMARY ' Eulzllinn I f ,f- 1 'Page' Ninely-L'igl1f iff' Ma-I 54 If I,-if. , 4,1 -va ,122 gi,-fa 5, F?"-4 fl. QA, iF7"!" Jeff, l 7' 53 I - A, F' Hi I Fi , H I 2 Pi I . L,,,4v I El 5 E . i I: 2 S . L' I I P" 3 If x A E 2 QM: EI: QIQ I- L-7 fx if if-1 . Q . E-3 CI E3 ,C C: L. LA ET 5 I if I ya SE l l I X-5: . A I .. I I ., xx X I . 2 ' x I KATHERINE JOHNSON . . Clark, S. PRIMARY Sioux ' GRACE KARGES . . Council Bluffs, Ia PRIMARY Chresto ALMA C. KOSTER . . . PRIMARY Ossoli-Social Science BERNI CE LAW .... PRIMARY Homerian MARIE LICHTENHELD . PRIMARY MARY LOVITT .... , PRIMARY Ossoli EMMA LUCAS .... PRIMARY MAIHALAH L. MCCULLOCH PRIMARY Chresto Gladbrook, Ia Oskaloosa, I'a OskalooSa, Ia. . Coin, Ia. . Alton, la. Postville, Ia. lf. , , U 1 F of I 1 W, . r', A i A V, , I, my' E -1. V -53 1 , Agigg ii I ,li i, wi I "iv l reg- gk Ig 2 Ig' l ,--,rl l , I :rl ll E ll 21 I I3 I? ,Eli L I I ECE L. L' ii if H I 4 Q :- lpfi-iii HW Ll X Qlgjll E5 2 fl? 'fr W I3 M22 39555-if lf ,-A 'l ' Page Ninety-nine I..I,,, , K I C i - W 1 I I - I -i 73" FM: I f.Y1f"If,, --X, W-,IAYw,,.,,i.gggififitifgfb +"fI"i'gTi! Tilffi llf' :'ii1'giii'J'i' I . ,W A-- 4 W f?3ffLl.fQfT -A I 'P ku IlQ,'Q'jiljfQ'.ffffY I I I J?" XA: 'V ,' I LT1, I , 3-1':fi X-Ef f 'PJ "'LffQf'ILi- ifL.Ti1i1T'i1T.L1.'gbf.xk"'-x,,Qg3:gv -i ffl.. 11"f?fQ' Q.,?'-',,.fL:-,,.,M- +111Ilflfl'-igiifww'-""RII' MM' 4 f 1.1421 w ' 01. . I' ,' X ,fi Q 'fi DORIS MERRICK .' I Dougherty, Ia- v qi PRIMARY , QE ' . , egg!! " MARJORIE METCALF . . Primghar, Ia. A - ' PRIMARY EC I Zeta :C " I :ug 5 ' MILDRED MOTT . . 4Marengo, Ia. E4 PRIMARY ' E I Neo-Cecilian I E I -'I 1 E - E 1 MARGUERITE MOTTET ouumwa, Ia. A PRIMARY 3 Delphian E -NI MAE NERVIG . . . Humbolt, Ia. PRIMARY D -1, E , 5 E I 1 5 7 GERTRUDE NOBLE . . Blencoe, Ia. 'Q 5 PRIMARY P Homerian 53' l 'V , g I 55 - 2 A AUGUSTA NORDSTRUM Fort Dodge, Iai 1, I I PRIMARY J?" ' ,455 I- ' E315 ELSIE O'HARA . . . lbesmef, s. D. ffl, , PRIMARY ,Y Sioux 571271 r K ' ! 1' V 1 f f 1' I f' . ,I 5 f "Ig y IV!! Page One lzundred + . 1 rf 'Af .- 'fi A A ' if . fi-T fifl' xxx!-2 Af f K Lf Q +4 if ,, H ' --3 54-1 " gfaf- 'aff S 52 F' I L 5 K' Hi-JH ' , : I I , ' 5 - 5 gl? 1 . k I ,Q E4 I i QI Rf K, F . 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Homerian PRIM ARY FLORENCE RUSSELL . . Wate1'loo, Ia. Shakespearean PRIMARY I I I nl, , 1 if If, V I5 if J' :fu 9 If V., t Q D isif ' Q, 'ik ff .Q E-I I 2.2 ll K 2 ' Voz. avg 51, Off I. K I ,I H 11 E341 ,.-II? HI 'lil Nj ear If- ,gl I 511 I I 7 I ,J I-: III 'gig "II 1 lefx 1 --J I 7111 gg I 1 J? K I ia' W I if ' , qs I I J' A-' i if ffl, E ai lfifi .LI gf!! . If: gag E I P7 M1 I ' I itil H 531 Iii! HQ IFE ZTFI 1 1? X I2 ,gl I tg 'aj ii fjsx XXII I, 1 2 222' Al fig' fl!! VJXI S151 '-I ,E 5,5 'Q Vfigf? I " .Q IT' ' Q V3 ,523 Page One hundred one , X R H g h ,771 '- 'ei 'IT my' 'Fl RA Ea, I -3 16 ,E , 1 . X ,1 1 f K .1 , A, , A 'H' j :L I QR 4 H 'z oi ' 6 ff PA F 1 L . 3 e kg ,E Q! I- 1 L if 1 ,W E, A- 4 V. i aa -i 11 I i . 1.---i...4.." ' ' -Q ,,3i,',, I ,. . l . ,' l V V v','- - i rl 1 3 Q f i j - V y Y .1 J E 1 , of I P' jv . R io , wld' llllll lull' P090 Om' lI1l7ldl't'd ffu,-0 EDITH E. SCHOFIELD . . PRIMARY MABEL SCHWARTZ . PRIMARY DAGMAR SPERATI . PRr:s1.aRx' Griswold, la. Vega, Texas Decorah, Ia. BLANCHE I. STEELE . Marion, Ia. PRIM.-xm' FLORENCE SYLVESTER . Sioux Falls, S. D. PRIM.-xRx' Sioux ANNIE liI.lZABlE'l'l-1 TERRINK . Alta, la. PRm,xRx' RlVl'l'l 'l'l'lxUS ..... Clark, S. D. l'R1x1.xRx' liulnlinn-Sioux l'Il5l'l'll UNIFICRXYU I J K l . . Cylimlcr, ln. 1 I Rm nu 1 u 9 1 I 1 v 4, T 4 'I 'I I , xl WM --,V . M 'lf . .R U L'--1 I ' 2. I A . l 7 3 ,, Nl Ii I l ,N Li li H 'i Pi i"'I.,.lf4l lpiavml ,, .,., , I I 1 1 I XT LJ il I l ll li!! .I gil 'f !::i ' -Nfl 3 Ili ' L23 : 'ii 5 Ex ' lvl 2 I ,I IJ l 12? S3 Sf? I :eh I ,I ,,. I 1 ffl IJ gil fra? xii. if F13 .tw M: ffjj H F1 .. M, if 1, ,IJ ll ski! 45,1 3,11 .3 Ii 1 LI 7 4,51 I l ':" 4 I ff--fy ,11- " I ., ,lv .M L l f A 7 1 I I I 1. I ,' 1 S M GERTRUDE A. VAN DEEST . . . . . . . R. New Hartford, Ia. PRIMARY INEZ M. WALKER . . PRIMARY MARIAN WALLACE .. . PRIMARY 'Neo RUTH WATSON '. . A PRIMARY YMARJORIE E. WHITE . PRIMARY .WANDA WILLITS ' . . PRIMARY Chresto NINA WILLIAMS . . PRIMARY MARIE WILSON . . PRIMARY Cedar Falls, Ia. Rock Rapids, Ia. ., Forest City, Ia. . Olin, Ia. . Castana, Ia New Sharon, Ia. . Colo, Ia ,I --5 ll I ' f 31 -I eff ,. " . 'Ulf ,lf I 22 J Y I' I ' 5,11 ,.,.' 5 A ,Ii 3 ,il IPA ,. ,I ill III gel I I4 Ci ' 1 ,I IH' Q I Page One hundred three- 1 lg 1 E 5 if IL , , I, I ,ji Iv '. ggi Iii I, rj 5 E1 Lg' lg H 5 H I 5 W lujggil X724 if., Ilfi' if Vi 'I- 'lf 3- E, iggi- L ill: il lv Q'li il l'1 -5 Iii 3.9 lwlk fig' in'-Q L11 I zz af if l I Il I I If I l I-f , l 3 li 1 I I 4 I VII I V , L 1 Rn L l 1. ,Vw , 0 l I v Y Il l If I l ' l 5 " W 3 l l '-,. 1 I fl' V. l E 5 ll I lf if-R yu l ik l" 275 21-vi E. 1 Ea l, , WIN, V, ,K lf ,. ai' 5 lg' , l , W Y, X- J Alpff .yr Y, , 1 ,,,, Y 1- 'L 3 L'--, 1 , lx 'N fl l 1 ,ij -may l lil' lr! l L l fl V, lu! ' f al: , , 1, l P11 ,N G S li 'l Q . ,. 1, G 1 l, 1 ,l ' w i 'J 'w 1. 5 ea a x F 1, I lf'p lrfr 96' 0710 lllllllllfftl four MINA WILSON .... Cedar Falls, Ia PRIMARY Clio MAMIE WRIGHT . . . . Salix, Ia PRIMARY Zeta VIRGIA ALLISON .... Seymour, Ia Home Ecoxomcs Ellen Richards Club MYRTLE ALVERSON . . . Baravia. la Hosni licoxuxncs Ossoli ALICE BE.-XNBLOSSOM . . NYhiting. la Home I-Zcuxomcs Delphinn UR.'Xl'li l. lilil.l ....... ' Xlliaun. ln llmuz limxnxalcs lC'l'lllil. lilCNNli'l"l' , . , llmnlmldx, la llnxn' l-'uoxuxllfs M' IRFNIQ HR-'ull . . .XIILXINUNQL lil llmu I-'uvxuxaxu Ussnli K 5. L xx ill- ' ,' T- Xa? I ies CE- . HW 'I Il, 3 ll XL X ' , I- I II EN., X my ll tg. . I ,Q s,. Q-Lea 'mal X kfnjxiil E 'I Illiil I la I! 5 I I If ' 9 gifs E-I H - , V E had 'I X' xy A IN. -I 9, ,yi ,,, , I if-:-A A fl jg? Z I 253 4 y,,,,,, la lil li Ls I ,,,, I' - A L ' Y-f lr ,Ma , I 1,13 ' ' ul J I lr! l l 'wif 'ln H I., fl E5 lg, EW If 1'lfll'lf'3 vixrfm-,I fc '-ill L1 4----I j ,,4,,: si lil ll fig li, f I ,I ., O. li if! I 2,532-Q ,,r,. 1 , L., lu-, I I5 I, ' -" f 1, , L, DOROTHY BROWVN . . . Grinnell, Ia HOME ECONOMICS Zeta Q. THELMA CARLSON . . . Leland, Ia HOME ECONOMICS CAREY CLARKE . . . I. Stanley, Ia HOME ECONOMICS CLELLIE COLEMAN . . . Seymour, Ia HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club ELMA J. COZZENS .... Colo, Ia HOME ECONOMICS . Ellen Richards,Club A ELVA S. COZZENS ..... Colo, Ia HOME ECONOMICS E - Ellen Richards Club BESS DAVIS ..... '. Cresco, Ia HOME ECONOMICS Neo-Ellen Richards Club GRACE DAY ..... Pocahontas, Ia HOME ECONOMICS Shakespearean-Ellen Richards Club, Presi- dent ' ,,,,A 2, lj .V, W C , CJ-. Q wa 19. N, .X X xx ,....,. 7? . A C ,-V. , I, L V . ,l, ,V A f I, . J , . 1? 9. . '- N, F l U ffff ,-fl' ,pf lx ,ml I ,,. I Vlfi5'W'f if-I? il Ill Yi.. 5 4 ll Teal L g f? l li li in In A Tl' 5 I lg, A . Lfxin fi W5 I lg l - 5 Emi ,. gill ' ' J :L, il iff, fi ill : I..-.. 4 V.. N233 .,,,, l71lTl t is-,WL fv. r l1iTi'..""3I , I--N NMI L iii 311, If - L' Ig ' 1 fix- bil ZW j -L "J fe -. , Wi V 4 l ' ,'Ql,1, ,,',11,. Tff ":i:1.. ' ,' I I W . U ,WE Y V Mk. --A . 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Cedwr Haight HOME licuxmncs 31 7 'ff' 11.1 Ll all -- , W' ,1 V: ri! if-fl' Q - Q-:X .- 1 ks ". 'g ' L1 ' 71 N '-, X . . , , 5: Al.ll'l', DUNN l.l-,R . , , ll nnplun " 'f-- if . .4 il 1" in 'ii vf'v' v"'-I 43- Dclplmizun igii 21 if? l , V ,url If ,N n-.fl A Ilmni licnxmxlcs lll'fI.liN QIUUIHQNUXY . . Rm ll llnxn' l"k'UNUXlIk'S ' V' Irving-xl'fllcn Rivlmuis Vlub P4190 Ona hundred .fix BERTHA R. GREINER . . . Fai-lin, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club ESTEL HALE ..... Hornick, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Eulalian-Science Club-Ellen Richards Club HAZEL HAMILTON . . Independence, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club MARIAN HENDERSON . . Coggon, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Clio-Social Science Club-Ellen Richards Club RUTH IRVINE ..... Oelwein, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club MILDRED JOHNSON . . . Seymour, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club OLA M. KAFFENBERGER, Plattsmouth, Neb. HOME ECONOMICS Neo CAROLYN KENMAN . . . Lowden, Ia I HOME ECONOMICS Delphian ,lfl ,,,t I I--I . iii Z H 1 ,Y-... 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LOTTIE MCPHERSON . , ,. HOrIIick,Iz1. u HOME ECONOMICS Elllllllilll-SClCIlCC Club-Ellen Richards Club LORENA MEEK .... Bonaparte, Ia. HOlN'IE ECONOMICS Clio-Ellen Richards Club-Euterpean-Stw dent Council , FLORENCE MERRITT . . Dubuque, la. HOME ECONOMICS . Ossoli FLORENCE MARSH . . . Decorah, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Clio-Ellen Richards Club - VIVIAN MULLIN .. C. . . Dubuque,'Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Neo-Ellen R-ichards Club VELMA IRENE ORRIS . . Cedar Falls, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Shakespearean-Ellen Richards Club-Or- chestra - BERTHA PITMAN .... Salem, Ia 1 HOME ECONOMICS Clio SOPHIA O. RIES .... 4 Alden, Ia. HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club 5 I5 . ig I I I- L s I1 l I Ir If LI" ef-e fl MI Af? A- we il 'L TT I lei L41 ,' Ll LQ l jI ,I l ....-I, ,--ARI-NI1 frm I VN1 " HX, gif! ffl V" 5-5 hifi Z' QI we Q I '- K- H .-. - I'-ifgg-v 33534 I . 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HOME ECONOMICS Ellen Richards Club ROSELLA A. STINER . . XVest Side la. J HOME ECONOMICS MABEL STRONG .... Tlmrnnallm, ln. l I-loam licommlcs Delpluaxn-lillcn Riclmrds Cluls--Suulent Volunteer Band M14 ' 1 .., n ff : ,. f'-X' -'EA ': l Q -' M.: r 1 M ed ' f -Ji Pd 45 be I -J 1 . 'fda-4.- 5-.cga in l -. 1, 1 -.,, I , , l 3, g. s,' ,J r'-1' X. .xx V. gx, IE rf aa Lf if il F 3 R1 A Q gi LI ,Cz Ex Yu 5 I3 7 1, 1.5 1 Ulfifl I 1 lil ,I lj 'lf ig' i 5 iii L! 55 s Pm '-xv. my I , F1 , . hi ! JET - Aw! I Q i 'S Ti .N F5 xl , VT A ll 5:3 ,Ig if I I! E41 I lL' fi? fl IA -F. ,ni dy! . FT: 71' G- H 11 fig E1 . Q nil Fl ,f- f--4 E3 l IP 1' - L.-.J 1' 1 L14 1, nga A 'L I by Lug fm '? dj lj, l',,1 L2 :B 154 H24 vl fgi Zi . A, M ill' ffj fxll ff: Rf PX U ri. ,W '3 9. Pi 'Q gil lflfflaf' Q 'ALA A -ff-ff ., KM, A i"" l I 5- , ,V I all R: 'jg 1 ,,,, '1 ,l7',,, T11 l , W7,.4,4f,.,, WJTQ ,,,,,,,.. K,-.Y L.. J CLARICE L. SVVEDLUND . Stratford, Ia. Q, HOME ECONOMICS MADALINE VVOLFORD . 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Can you find a more serious group when the occasion demands it? I answer in the ' negative. if l i If you question the intellectual ability of the Senior . 1 3 Class, glance over 'the Old Gold for 1917, compare it El, Z - EA with former issues, yes, even With other annuals of ll A 9: wider fame, enter some of the advanced mathematics classes and see how much you can digest in an hour, Y S E stray, accidentally, into a class room and observe the 5 5 - teaching of the dignified Senior. I -: Z Did I hear some one say that there is no social life in I. S. T. C? Again the Seniors I g 5 have proved the proverb untrue. Visit once more the College Inn the night of the Water- l E melon feed. Return again to the home of the ghosts and goblins. on Hallowe'en might. Play g 5 ' it is leap year and watch the gal- Q lant young ladies, each escorting E E one young man or more to the ' - ' ,lg Christmas p arty at Radell's. l QE Accompany us one clear brisk I December night, when the moon is E shedding beams of approval over , a crowd of boistrous, care-free, S E 1 fun-loving Seniors. Yes, it is a f, ' bob-party, but not a silent one. : Nor must you forget to attend the fx I roller skating party, for that is the 5 place Where we developed the ' 5 1 bumps on the heads. Since there f is no social life at I. S. T. C., ifl, what can we call this? Q, , 'S X f . - .::r xtL.'T.li'.'::iixALiSf"g-'r--.1-rf-.fT-fixxke'Q-fi'4?n'frfif' .,. f Jf2f2Q...J 4 W .3 C3 -I V-Z7 reiqgii-7:i:gij:,IcWfQQ.i:,..,,K....f..1.N.,ai?igp.XX- 5 Q 1 tt -I .ff J- f Q3 :S fe T ' Y or be or Page One hundred lfwenty-fifve f- -XX ,1' we-"-""'t'r""" '- I , ,, ...A 4 ,. WM., . .--my ,--.. ---W -f-A-V - -H" -7 'N -'-' 4 M- ' ' t N it fl ,W ..- ,, rf Ml- l if j l K f 1 ,.!' 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VFW 1 W ji J llfl y!! 5' f'.f4!1 :fly ff ,lf vf' ,V 1 Mlm' l Page ,V ., J ,I li' 1 1 1 Om' , 9, ...dgj J ....... if - 4 ,.-1 B. A. -1917 But life is not all fun and frolic. There is a time to be serious, not serious in the sense in which We often use the word, that is "When a man gets seriousg" but serious in the sense of facing the problems of life,4of considering the most vital elements of life. This serious- ness is not lacking in our class. 'SEVENTEENH lt's hard to Write a line, When you have to make it rime, And nu it full of stately dignify. And it makes me wonder, wonder- How mighty bards can blunder Into saying little things that puzzle me. ,l ly I .1 , A 1 ' , v ' lr .f r . hundred tfwcuty-six It really is sublime, If I only had the time To express in words of fervor what l mean- But its thenle is glory, glory?- A rich and wondrous story! 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' 5' - fSfubb'l H1ll1C1' "VH Sllearei- "lluldy Zilnier "THE CLASS OF 1913" If We were Freshmen, S0Ph0m0l'CS Ol' Seniors it would lie easy to express :ill the spirit and Schlevements of. the class ln ll. few short sentences. llowever, in trying to eonvey' briefly an a equate conceptlon of the Junior Class, words lziil us. Although our elziss has nlwaixes been one of close cor '. l pl' '1 ' 1- - - 1 . ' ' n1'1c esilp, lngli ideals .ind gleat neeoinplislnnents, under Ili lllHltil'l'd lfwmzly-friglll e guirlzinee ot - Q .5 ,f f .X,, F f 5 i 5 l 2 l '56 Ti T4 ll 'fail :ml FA Y CLASS PRESIDENTS ' E LEONA SHORT ERWIN SAGE HULDA ZILMER 5 Fall Term Winter Term Spring Term ,ffl 1 Prof. R. W. Getchall as sponsor, this year has been one of unequalled success. The strength of the class has chiefly been its loyalty. The juniors have been loyal, not only to each other but to their college as well. This they have manifested by individually and collectively - boosting all of the various activities of the college. The Junior Class has furnished leaders .2 I for the Christian organizations, music, oratory, drama and debate. Along with theie things, there has been the social side, and many good times that will never be forgotten. :f Judging from what has been accomplished, the Senior Class of 1918, will rank high among the classes that have graced Iowa State Teachers College. L f 1 ,fi y THE "KID" PARTY Page One hundred tacenty-nine ,r .,l 1 vt W S I , r I I li ,. 14 ? wiifif-.L --1 1 ii- ' ' :g:,.f5',z.:,f.-- V. I, . ' 'Jil S O P H .s:.s5.:-i-i1ff- . -:fred-rl.-1-" ..- ' :ln gf 1. , - An- -- iii - -im, ifF,'1'-Z..1-'4 - f:f:'1. 1 I :H-1 ,-, Z ---Q1---'---"" """- -' Vi I . I "THE CLASS OF 1919" 1 L if A. i' . . . , gas? NVe, the class of 1919, cnnsxstlng of about fig ninetv memlwers, made our entrance at l. S. I . Q , 1715 Us ' l'. C. in SGPICIIHHGI' K ' x "sullen '- ' cxvcl ' 0' 1 " " As I7l'eslnnen we wvrc widcly rcprcscnlcd ' wzlsclwnll nine and thc ll'ZlCk loam. Ah! ycs, deux' rcaulcr gfm' I'ul 5, Xu num ulllx 1 V lnilc ixnportzlnl ' 1bK'5idK'5 lin., Ill plumnx mlasna III Inv pnrsnn nnml ZIIIZIIIIIIICIII nt' lhv cl nswc u0llt'S.U I :Xnwng thc snvinl vvcnts nt mn' first wan. 1- llmsc thnt lll'l' lwst l't'Il1k'llIlVl'l'l'kl nw Ihr KK 1 xr I . ,, . . I BILRK AND UO. '2.ft'IN'l'1lI nnx ln mln- lull, thc xnnumls V 1111 gn' Uni' l1l1mlrf'd lflirly ' l'Weeneie OUR PRESIDENT, TOO! have gone to different colleges and universities. ' Oh, we are a very important class! Very few or- ganizations of the school could successfully carry on their work without their Sophomore members. .There is the Y. M. C. A. cabinet which would be far from complete-without Hersey, Spafford and Faber, while I D i MINSTRELS Roasts"g and then, perhaps, the "kid" party where we, alas, irrevocably lost our newly- acquired dignity. I But now we are Sophomores, and our number ' has dwindled tosixty. Some of our people have seen Ht to transfer to other courses, whileothers I l slr 1, la V.. we-42 l l.l . H' l l l I 1-Af 1 ' s I X FALL PRESIDENT it would be impossible for the Y. W. C. A. cabinet to operate without its secre- tary, Rose Pipal. Then there is Merle lp Brown who represents us in Delta Sigma ijgju Rho, and Alva Gaarder, local and alum- T ni editor for the "College Eye." m1!.!, The success of our social events during ilfjf the year has largely been due to our .fl ld' sponsor and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Berkstresser. Page One hundred thirty-one 1 IT l l .. e e -e e 1 'W We e S H M E N 5, F R E A ,, B. . -gs!-.-,Wulf ' A 5 f H f - iii- -v V-Mi Y-K za W -4--:un . .1 1. 1 - -, 1 .- 1 4.1 -Q - -J:-'L--ee ' i l H H TRUE ENOUGH . Teacher: 'eHow CQllll'2ll AlllQl'll'2l divided ?" Mr. Davis: 'fBy e:11'l'l1q11alces." TGZlCllC1' in Pllysil-sz n,l,,l'0lll0lll ll' Iwo nwn were in the lnidxlle nl' 1 lnnml . 2 l of ice and There was no 'l!l'l1'l'l0ll, lmw would llwy get nll"."' Marie Fergnsmlz "lV:1il' nnlil ii' nwlls :Ind sn nn nn! Qneslinn: f'Wl1,v is Miss .Innes sn poor?" Answer: Ul30C'2lllHl' llnnlwl' is sn high." Queslinn: 'flinl wlml lms llnll ln lln will: il 'V' I I Answer: HSINL slnml nn lf'vl'gg11sm1's pun-lu sn llllll'll slw lnnl In pn! il new fum' inf, P090 Um' lfulnlrrfl lflirly-Mun 5 5 v Zig Y Q fm U Q Vfi 4 Q V HX Lv Q if? v 1 1 Y if' i if N 1' ,A ,L wg Kd Ex 14 ' ' ffktf Q51 uw ,rv ' pr 2 f. fl 5 V 1, . 1 if if x A k e 211 ye J l 1 3 5.2 - 1-wife T if! gggx H L lfqlxk -H ' yu '.. fx f7f6f" zffm 1153! 'HIE .-V X' ,lf ' 2 ig ., 1' J, ,fx , 3 F' rf fgj 1' Q ,Zl 5' A39 57 1453 Q' J. .1 Q ,xplJ1?, if 1 Q. Q . - -1 Q 'ts 2 i fi - 3 Page One hundred thirty-three I 1 1 H11 ll ,K g V f, ry "E r' A Q ,, . ,E 5 1' 6 F' Lx 1, i I 3 lf.-KJ pl' 1 ,Q 131 Hn 3 'R 1 K,-.. Ti-fx? 1:3 x A 'iq E1 'Wa .L 2,1 ' -H f :.g.-..,.v -::V..- ,....-- -- - 1 ,1.':5:,-7,1 Rafi, .- 357 .'.-'-1.13 f. ,, :.3fY.7-'-f:fIf- I," 5,i' " :j,- f-. -.Q ,- fii P EN?-a -inn Second Year junior College A - --W-'g"""A"'i'--'--Y is-'WY -V S V-,LY rn- :L -Ligrgggw I l l fr. .W l at 1' OFFICERS Fall Term VVinter Term LAURA LEE . . . Treasurer JESSE XV.-XLKER . . P1'f'JfJ1'f1f FLORENCE PEASE . Secretary lVlETA FRXCKE . Smrmzry LAURA LEE . . . Treafurer HAROLD ETREIM . . . Tr1'11.f111'f'f' NIAUD HOWELL . . . Sludvrzf Counvil R1'ji1't'.f1'11f11fiQ't' EMMA F. LAMBERT , , , Clfzyy Sf70lI,t'0l' "THE CLASS" We, the Junior College Seniors, came to you two yeati-s algo, glad in the thought of entering Teael1e1's College, yet anxious :ls to wliztt that long time here, might unfold for us! Now, at its close, we realize tliatt those two long years have been turned into two very short' ones, tilletl with pleustires. :ts well as workg joys as Well as ll.'0lllllQS2 'l:l'l0lltlSlllllS :ts well :is l'i-iemlllx' opposition. b t 1 ll t ie sunshine far exceeds the shadow, :mtl we ll2lY0 emerged t'i-om the tliielaest of the fight, fully zlppreeiziting NVll2ll' it menus to spend two ,veairs :it tleati- oltl I. T. C.5 and ready to go 'l!0l'W2ll'tl to newer expei-ienees. with ll tit-mer lziitli in out-selves, the Junior College tllztss ot' '17, Page One !lll7Il1l'l'C1 lllirly-four ., Y .. J'-.' 1 4. .- ' If ff -Z., . f7"f' nl-2'-q4f r1.4 I A. 3:0 I 'I I Y ' C . '1 "' . 1 ' xxx v - 5' , J, 4 fa: V. .x X . , , 'ix J , ' 1 , 'fy A A ,f AVA if X. X., f Q, ,Ln ' x ffv vj. ' xx X, Lf. M I ew .' H' 1 ' f. 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MY - ,f,. - ,.,,, W., iJJJ5--:'f.I7-.,-' Page One hundred thirty-fifve .., --,K--, if X S I ill tj g 1 z I eg 3 1 r t E it Cx A V, yt , E N 5 1' '3 EJ rt F1 f "5 EI 'C ,1 ff ,. fi it L! ifli iii 4' ' ' at it l, L1 l I at tt U tt 'i Lx I l l its 'I i , V Ste -ll if 1 t., 'XY t in In mt -4 --' 'N j t I " THE CLASS " We, the Parcel of humanity known as the First' Year Junior Collvsfe .Class of Iowa'State Teachers College in the year of 1916-17. do not' herein desire to flaunt in the eyes of th-e World our great 3CC0lllpiiSllllll'Ili'S. And goodly l'0ilS0ll have we in taking such a stand, for if we are so fortunate as to have aclnreve- ments, we know them not and likely they know us not. Unr great achieve- ments are yet to come. iVe are not exactly Freshmen, yet' sonic folks claim wo are as gl'0l'll.ilS cucumbers-3 consider ye tl1e ways of the cut-uinlwr, he tloos his host hghting when he's down and once he's ap, he's his own boss. ' VVe are neither down nor u V we're rising. We are hero In gather a few D J . - . grains of golden knowledge. Wie purpose to alloy those with tho slot-nor ina- terial of life and thereby to rise still higher, If to have wealth makes it' possible to obtain inoro wealth, it' lu heighten O ,yn 1 A 1 ' A 1' nes p ane makes plobablc ones advancoincnt. thon sin-ross paws tho way to still greater success. lt is SUCTUICSS, and snct-oss ol' tho highest th-groo. that we, the Flrst Year Junior College, are striving to attain, Page One hundred thirty-six f' f 'i H 2:.1:::f:t3iQQ7D Jie Eff 1 f -- A ' ""11s321j I I - IR I-10 i H l is CD i ri- I i P4 I CD 15 l SD i ' v-s I 'Ei ci. I3 tr H. .E O H t , u l O i O 1 i W N P-4 i I CD i i UQ D. CD ' aim it it N 11 itil! ti 011 VJ. ji i .x 5. fy- Xshiki 'il 'TR ou e . .stems 1 -M 1 i l 'X mx .N :Kg QFQXEQ 2 5 'Q Rf Ea.: V - 1 gi RJ uf , 'Wa F-K, Q as Zi 1' ? Ff FN . 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But rather than offering a theory course in Camp Fire, as is done in other schools, our attempt has been to give the girls the opportunity to actually become members of Camp Fires according to general regulations, and by being actively engaged in the winning of honors and degrees, to receive real, practical experience in Camp Fire work, which we be- lieve'vvill serve as the most valuable method of training for future guardianship. The Camp Fire, movement is an "all-round-girl" project. There is no essential phase in the girl's life which it does not touch. The social, the intellectual, the spiritual, the physiC11l. the work, the play sides of life are each one made as important as the other: and with all the many pleasures and duties as well, of the Camp Fire girl at home, at school, or at Camp Fire meetingspthere is interwoven an ever-present glimmer of the romantic even in the doing of common-place things, there is an atmosphere of cheerful willingness to work hard,-an earnest deslre to be strong,-an increasing power to love much. The beautiful ceremonies tinged with thi oua-of-doors and the primitive, express the simple, silent, vet deep and full meaning of W at amp Fire should mean to every girl. The true American girl merfect in tv we, will be . l . l the outcome of the fulfillment of the vow which each Camp Fire Girliof America takes as she becomesia member:"'It is my desire to become a Camp Fire Girl and to ohev the Law of the Camp Fire, Wl'l1Cl'1 is to seek beauty, give service, pursue knowledge, be truthworthv, hold on to health, glorify work, be happy. i ' "This Law of th F' I e ire will strive to f0liOWN!!-S11l'1IjlIflL'l'l1. "W01'k, Health, and l..ove is XVohelo," .r -- it ik S ri., X., ,I Oy "1 W. ,,rs,. ,r .. r.,.. f' W 'iff.QL,.x',.f....J.7.1fQ,aff,fu e . 1 it it .i r, ry if ,lil ' ' --',v,1,V , l to '- , s F F e tip, 1 Q r l fra -wamtuvff ' ti. L it V 1 V if W lvl tv nur--' .,. x Page Om' hundred thirty-eight H252 i Tn... - i s 5-1 P: +-z E 4 1 rw H' F a, E. ,, . I' Q' . '-'1 ,.. E l LQ 1 gg , L, 3, I Y-"' F' . ea, ...J 4 .1 15: fi 'C -J ' e-N 13 Q E up .nj '. "i tt? ,Y 1 51-1 if, 5 2 2. t 1 -4 E rg fl his I .l ,iw trH ,exe X . Qt sf .. 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".-.muililllflllllll Illjllllll aura: iv-. 1 Ill ISLE it E-E' L fa.- Qiwf ' yh Chil- - Xf I' V is-Q-rj! ia ' fp ff' If iff Page , . . .1 "Camara1zamau and Badoura " ii AN OR.1EN'r.MlL FANTASY In place of the annual demonstration of Physical Training work this year, the Department presented a spectacle that was as unique as it was brilliant. Miss Hussey to-ok the Arabian Nights story of Camaralzamau and Badoura, and with the assistance of Miss Rathes and Miss Wild, arranged it so that it could be presented in the form of esthetic dancing and pantomine. The girls of the department,-under the direction and with the aid of Misses White, Nisbet and Grantham, and also with the suggestions by Miss Strayer, of the Dramatic Department, perfected the presentation. The staging and properties were handled by the men of the department 5 and on Saturday evening, Febru- ary nth, there was presented in our Auditorium a spectacle which was characterized by several of the Faculty as "the most beautiful and Hnished production ever witnessed at th-e College." The scenes and costumes were oriental. The properties. amounting to a thousand dollars in value loaned for the occasion, were all of oriental design and finish, adding. to the richness of the scen-es. As a departure from the regular annual d-einonstration. this presentation proved to be very popular. Requests for its innnediate repetition had to he decline-d on account of the expensive properti-es and scenery. 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A Z g No: f I5 l 5 E HOME ECONOMICS l I H . E . i 3 2 F? 2 i lg Ea' ,, f . 5 Q '5 ' 3 3 . . ' l fi Mr. N. in Hygiene: "Wl1at precautlon A E' 51 should people take who work around flour r TS . . ?,, If ' E wlth thelr teeth. 5- I 2 E- , E 5 1 3 5 E 1, E I lf 2 . : -4 as Eg ?' ,-'E ti tw i 4 A ., S ff -an 5 OH, VAGABONDS 1 a 'E -H -! Fx ll: E FE 3-- . 1 . A , TJ Questlont "What IS a non-nutritious food P" ij: 2 Student Teacher: "Something that fills you up, but doesn't do any good." 4 S E A gl li "' EE E' ' -H Miss H. to Marian in criticism: "Don't let your - sense' of humor get the best of you." , 1, "K" b if f- H .. ,- ps- r ,. . ,. , . " ,,,, , , fi"" ' . 'Y Tj-ixuidfdldifrilgfxji ji-JfJ5j5y"r!lf......VW'fl.'1lg A9551 1 H U Y wx u M 1 1 4 l l 4 1 t t x 1' -...: tx NM.. ., X ,I D H KL' V ' .1 ll ' , 1E?g'.ffQ.fQ"' fl., ffl" ff: 1 N 6 ' lt ' ' K -' Eff! cbt Q"'K'j'Ef'T"gzzi'L,.f:'l.'.'i .',. 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' Question in advanced cooking examination: "What is the best method for binding materials in vegetable soups P" Edith L.: "VVith a string." Mr. N.: "What are some conditions favorable he spreading of tuberculosis ?' Miss M.: "Being underfed and underclothedf' Mr. N.: 'tTrouble is, they are not always under- clothed." Lorena Qteaching a lesson on fishj: "Is this a scaly or a skinny fish ?" CDuring the game of Teakettle with Mr. ' KKREDDYJ7 BOIld HS YdOOI'kCCPeI'.J Mae Russ: "It is a good thing my mother read me fairy tales when I was young, for it helps me stretch my imagination in chemistry." Brilliant H. Teacher giving directions to class on dressing chickens: "Now you may all cut off your heads." hundred forty-.six Miss R. shouts: "Ready?" Enter, Mr. Bond: "Who said, 'Reddy'?" Miss Meier asked for correct exclarnatory sentences in rhetoric class. Bertha P. expressed her sentiments thus: 'KWe didn't come here to be made' fools ofll' N fQ' lrffif U 5, Q . X +4 v . 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Kane, Gaye Page One hundred forly-eight " THE CLASS " Kopriva, Blanche Krafka, Pauline Larson, Anna Marie Lichtenheld, Hazel McDonald, Eva Pearl Neel, Lila Nicola, Minnie Oldenburg, Esther Pendleton, Lenora Peters, Margaret Peterson, Anna Pickering, Edythe Porter, Mary M. Powell, Jessie Neill Prall, Lola M. ' Pratt, Elsie C Rehm, Lula A. Royer, Hazel Royer, Neva Seaver, Vivian M Sessions, Olive Sewell, Gladys V. Shaffer, Gertrude Shaffer, Lucille Steck, Veda B. Sullivan, Agnes Swedlund, Clarice Vincent, Gertrude VValker, Marjorie VValleser, Elsie XValton, Evelyn Wlatson, Ruth V. YVellendorf, Laura Xxllliflllllll, Nlzltred NVoods, Bertha Yeomans, Nina G. L 22114: xx: - - . x X xx .X ,R K yfxnx XXX 'Q 4 'L F xxx V 'RFQ M14 . 5 Mx'-RYE 'CK ,JN is 3 s , , SYM ' v vs.. ix, Q 11 1 SU D1 ' ,il if 2:9 efx ' I is E! 1 Vg E yvg V93 ..'E-jg Em J fl . , P 1, f W , 4 ,,. ,.. 'il .41 V 3'--dj 4-1 3 I E A4 N -vcd -f, h 1 1 I l I I rl R g !f 2 ng :gif ? .il FQ CIMA . l...Ai. ,, . 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I . ..f -3: .Zhi '- - .--'fr ,. -cg-, ""' Senior Primary g . iii! i THE POWERS MISS RICE, Sponsor CLASS OFFICERS Fall Term Winter Term STELLA MAIDEN, President IRENE BERG, President ESTHER COBURN, Student Council Representative 6' ROLL " Fern johnson Ellen Erickson Olive Morris Ellen Juhl Grace Karges Alma Koster Bernice Law Marie Lichtenheld Pearl Long Mary Lovitt Alorna M. Lowe Emma Lucas Mahalia McCullock Bertha Charlson Margretta Gunderson Pearl Childress Gertrude Van Deest Gladys Christie Augusta Nordstrum Ester Colburn Gertrude Ostrander Anna Connelly Nettiebelle Robinson MISS RICE, Sponsor Dorothy Lamb Edith Petty Edith Wells Florence Price Marjorie White Myrtle Redding Mabel Wilcox Myrtle Ristine Mildred Wilcox Alice Ross Nona Williams Mamie Wright Wanda Willits Mildred Harold Nina Wilson Gretchen Mederis Alice Glew Merl Brocksus Ruth Bristley Florence Russell Edith Scofield Mabel Schwartz Dagmar Sperati Blanche Steel Laura Surckard Florence Sylveste Esther Groneweg Ida MQ Green Allen Rita Florence Anderson Elsie Andrews Loretta Armstrong Alma Aspen Alice Bailey r Irene Berg Anna Feerink Viven Biddleman Ruth Titus Alma Treed Lucille Burgen Lucille Bo d . Y Edith Underwood Ester Brockeschink Grace Wadell Inez Walker Marian Walker Clara Walters Ella Waters Ruth Watson May Webster Page One lnuzdred iffy Lillian Brown Edith Bryan Florence Burd Vera Caffall Mabel Carlson Olive Cartano Lola Carter Grace Curry Marie Herman Marcia Daigneau Ethel Boulden l Fern johnson Jane Ramsey Lillie Day Elizabeth Dew Ethel Dull Mabel Eberhart Gretchen Egli Murele Ehlers Rhea Ford Edith French Lena Hoskinson Kathryn johnson Lucille Bartlette Grace Gilleth Katinka Gjellefold Hazel Goetry Ira Green Edna Gregorson Irene Guetzlotf M ary H athaw ay Doris Merrick Marjorie Metcalf Marguerite Mottet Mae Nerving Gertrude Noble Gladys Norris Elsie O'Hara Velma Hiatt Dale Hunting Jennie Jepson Hilda Frey 1 Cora Garrett Edna Gibbs 4 1 -.Rl1l.l.qu x F S224 ,, f ,.-A, f-- Y, V1 .f. Y-fi? iv' 'J '. 'wr , If R,-'Jig V J' ,vfjy Ai I ,Mi v 1 Jig ,As i""H' ,sl g "i O r sei .3 ,, 1 fr' Hr we if ei L4 li , ' if -54,1 ,IJ Lf I fi ...a r in f .. X i 4 f-4 I H 1 M i - K I. 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Discuss the use of lorgnettsf' Miss Swartz: "Well, lorgnetts are just like other glasses, only they are not attached to your facef' Mr. Newton: "Tell what you know about kissing, Miss Colburn." Mr. Newton: 'CDO you mean specilically or generally?" Mr. Newton: 'KWell, it's easier to tell twenty what to do than to be one of the twenty to LOGICAL REASONING. The question arose as to whether a certain dog was a hound or a bird dog. The dis- cussion was at its height when Miss Norris asked: 'KBertha, how do you know it's a bird dog?" Bertha Cplacing her hand on the dog's shoulder jointj: "Why, you can just feel the wings, HEARD ON THE HDINKEYY' Edith Bryan Cto the conductorj: "Why don't you make this train go faster ?" Conductor: "If you don't like it get off and walk." Ed-ith: "I would, but they don't expect me until the train arrives." ' IN SPELLING CLASSQAT TRAINING sCHooL. Miss McCulloch: "How do you spell 'cardboard', Glen ?" Glen: "What do you ask me for, don't you know it yourself ?" Muree Ehlers: "What did you get on your lesson plan?" Muree: "It's a good thing it wasn't longer or she might have added '30 days.' rf. ,- H .I f' , V :ff NJA ft fi jg - I . 11:12-Lag aaa! fu ,-. - '. , Ma- - .. .,,L,.., . , 4 J If-'frm' f 2 .fit :iff P' 1 ' I Rt'- L yi fx I i fra F I I L.. F' I sg I M L M.. I '38 I I l I I I :I- I I 4 f k e L: I ' L4 El at E l I "li - e I gl :JI I M- i i 5 XE .E sh ffg, I i f il Ll 5942515 1-AA l EF Z 1-'.Q I ' :LQ E ' " - "2 P1 ! fflfff --' T5 E pwrmv Inner I L---X Mo srow new mae: : .- : fx If .. Hou GEOG A I'EALun1 Rm . is lv X, LE 7 - moves Q ' 14-xi RE laffll . A , 4. 'J It cum NZ-:US mass BE: I gi, Dum. -5,-4 ,I ? .-.. rx f 'Il W-HON more sam 3 Q M 1. E., as -' ri BER Conley CMM, S U" 5 3 N so-We Emir 5 tix bg Voll VoLlI Q ng 2.4 Q EADY REFERENCE tranny QQ I , if , I ' in -'Q I 0 , . :W Q HTo . "f'f' N- 'Ili Hy nu 1 , 8 at P086, M fag f"'5 I-FI -" ' Q Gkoure IIIH III gsc A ,E " I"i ,. .. I " 4'f fd lv A' I E? ?55 W as 2 ff W A 5, hd EN E js? 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I ' ' ' ' N 1 in 1 P Ei x E 4 9 2 ' 5 , , Yu 5 P 5, "" l 5. y E gg P 1 ' ' . 1 I ffl r , 9 . 9 i f 'A' rc - are Mr. Walters: What can you say of,Rousseau as a man ?" ' ,Gretchen Egli: "Oh, you might call him an odd fellow." , 5 -1. E ' h Miss Scofield Ccalling the College Hill groceryj: "Please send up one dozen cookies." E Q Grover: "Which ones, light or dark ?"' ig I Q Miss Scofield: "Oh, I'm the dark one." E 1 I ' P ,l . ' l- ' 5 I ' r: An order is in at Dahl's for a cot to be delivered to the Pla round Methods Class. Let : ,, ., I . YS - 5 , thy slumbers be peaceful, Miss Ford. . Q : P: .-..- E 5 Esther Brackschink frequents the Hospital and Pest House in order that she may contract 5 r I, the scarlet fever again. She had a good time on her last vacation: E A 'W -l- ' A Da mar S erati after resentin her song in music class, passed to her seat, with a 4- , , g P I , P g ., . ,, , smiling face expecting a word of approyal. , 1- I , ' Miss Brown: "Miss Steak, ln Cmistake. S Da mar's ex ression chan ed "' A Q g P g - 5 J ' I --'- I . I' il Questions may be interchangeable. After Miss Ramsay had completed her long siege of 3 5 1 Tl questioning to her third grade class, one of the brilliant pupils ask: "Say, can you stick out rl your' tongue and touchyour nose?" . i I, ' -i 1 ,: I P Primary youngster in Training School: "Do you know how I always remember your name, I I 5 Pj Miss Curry?" E I ggi Miss Curry: "No, tell- me." U D E, 1 C. Youngster: "I always think of something I have to do Just before I come to school in the E . 5 '17 mornin +comb my hair."- , . 1.3 g 'lj- i 'QQ XXXL- ,wi -N I ,,.-A-,,,,.., .,,,,... r.4M ...., Y , ,eh-:i'if':ifffi351iUl?fQ1-HU-lmmiiffff' 7fT2f5iggfN'5:rQtf,ri1trfiPgii3xsqazlifli512 ip, 7 My A e,,t..'?PPff1f3+3Ei,' Q' 'i Fe: '3 " rfflifl 5 Tfjiffkl ,PJ If if ISK is 3,1 .L "iff .L f. by ffff an V3 Q I Qtrugriii,e:1rit1grfm5If3gx11i.r,M,P -' P-A-H' A-:::ef1v-Lf-12'-f4fw7LgL" Y f -rib' P P- PP P P P P Qx4.t.L.AX I f Page One hundred fifty-three ' 1,4 1 QF xt XV, L I V r as e ff 'ggi ' V f J l 1 t' 'flfji' -za I fl, X , .ft 4 - 'Q'-, M . are 1 'gh xixli . kv 539, ,f .I X, . 13. .'-' fy ififlr li .A ' wa-.rf---J 5 kia, V, I ,I 31 L fl, 1 ,Tv mf.. x w v J T ,ITL K ,ji V n , 2.2 ' fl .fx Lil T11 Q ll? ll A .ff ll Fi 2' 1 ,523 l g ff x F-Tl l l JE ik El 5 li! li" it VF , l L la-f Q-, Ei? 1,1 ly jjj blisiig lfiil S' -1176 Q? l., ,fl iV,,, B '1 iff f 1 1 f ff, .V gl J 1' 1 ?' wi we , V, S A s ., ,lf-N f , X' i .4. rf K , ifzf 54144, tessou PLAN FRAME READING cfmxoe 111 X Th W EASSIGNHENTS F575 5- Q ay i aw l U I- 4 ' ' W riuolsecr MATTER: PI'E?Fl'Z5'5 U . f H. .5iiif7gin1"Qi"LifWZf: 1 1 U rawfwivwe-f f W 1 a --1----r """"M'-H' .m.., I Q H f 1 1 7 ,,,.,.. g' l Mn: ui I --'jf' ..- C 1 :::.. '11 7 , 1 --'11 Aww S7191 oil If . bl ....-..- --f'-rw" AIMS M155 Mears Heruw Mm-an U i u '-f-' -'11 i 1 rl ri ' ..,aA,w' -A-f"-' V ' ' ' 5 - in wwf , Our Improved method f' 1 el 3 lel 1 '-1 . i When in the course of T. C. events, it seems necessary to raise the antique pedagogical be- gi liefs and contrivances of past years, and establish a new regime, it becomes the sacred duty of 3 Q every senior primary of the class of 1917 to motivate her aim toward the perfection and estab- f ff f lishing of an ideal institution of learning. The Senior Frimarys present to the world at large the first great conception of a modern motivated pedagogical Utopia. 4 if 'i'r' A i- - -'fG f , ',Q-. ' i,,,'t ,,,, 7 "' . "ia 'i Y ,,-? ,.., ,I E1 'W ,,,' ,,," EW fexft E .--, ' A' . " 7 Y - .. 12 LJ H 'f',i .-.-I 9 ' 77 - 3 fffi ,',a. ttil sf T TT ,f-f-" :X E t , ra i o r few- ' lm li ll Kai-.-91.-,I .. 'ffl i',i v ., 5 U i i g g d l ii. 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Nj L :EA 3 .1 iff f 1 '-3 gil ll i 'wil :E F9 F F21 il li I 3 3 if l y F: , F 1 fi CLASS OFFICERS A ' FALL TERM OFFICERS f President. ........ Catherine Osia ,LI Hr Vice-P'res1dent ..... . Gladys Swift If I SC'CfCf3I'Y - . . . p . Bernadette Shaney L fi 3 i Treasurer . ..... ' . . Clarise Lynch Q7 E li VVINTER TERM OFFICERS lj? ,Q 1 President . ..... Sylvia Hoffman iflxlf Vice-President . Carol Martin Q Secretary . . . Marjorie White 1151 ,. Treasurer ....... Alice Hamilton 'ff T Student Council Representative . . - . . Wilma Miller QV l 1 1 L-, 1, it 1 yi '21 "f 1 SEPTEMBER, 1916 ' bmi I I I I I Q l:YY it Can you imagine the pos1t1on we were in the day in September, 1916, when all we 'saw 1 12 were strange faces and unfamiliar surroundings half hidden by trunks? All wore those "QI ,112 5' 1 curious inquisitive expressions of the "freshie" which says so queriously, "What Next ?" ,xii 5 1 At last came the long looked for day of enrollment, and although there was much con- f' 'T fusion and exasperation, We became acquainted with many who later proved to be our class- life, Q mates and friends. Still, these first hours did not bring forth all our experiences. The first ffftjxgi 'Q' day in our classes was indeed a treat, and those follo-wing have been no less enjoyable. , e l Through the fall and winter months the members of this class became acquainted by social fi E functions, and in this way a strong spirit of unity was developed. Now, we are fully realiz- 53 sl ing our responsibilities, those numerous duties to society that are so strongly impressed upon fi - 1 our minds by Miss McGovern. Qff. , - - . . . 4 A '- i At this t1me our enrollment 1S about two hundred, and we look forward to 1918 when - r-f- this class, undiminished, will go into the world as sincere primary workers. is g,,, . if OTR" fi- '55 1 Q 2 i-1' I F rr ' "1 F . ,F , M W ,ew , Q iT5iifig:ig,.iQg'j1i'ffif1. " ,A - ' ff 1 Slkfff' Ql.I?ll?,i2ii1iil-gjQf QQQ ,Qj'i,1gg,.,i' i'ii In iV,,,l1f'i "T ' 1 ' AF-F -as M I ,Q f 5, ,,.,, .,., , ,Lf .-,F ff: 'twv fsilf F- F- F g ' y , F I . .1 'Tiff 'f'TfL1,i:1:4Trli-ei 15, L4 -gjggtgij -' fl-9-ee -fff -an -f ' 1' - 'M . Page One hundred fifty-yffue I Q1 .LU -Q 7 f f J' 1 ,, - f' 1 ff, ,f , . - ffm-M' - fha.: fx- .F -f--,. ff , ,, I. A - -f- f"t ' M' """"7' ' 5""f? 19"f"7fT, I Y ' lvl.-f"1 f"0"f,f A I- IA - " " '-je 12. s- L , . .. ,.,. F , .- X . ,nl . .- 1 -. af. -. .A , I ,, X J., g, jg . k V vhlsjtsggfgjgf-...,y,.x,.t.:, 4 , if , , , T fy If , 'Fi -f3'l"C"'5 tw-' 'fffili 1 Hifi . iff . fi 2 ' J V 1. at 1 ff' ti' . ' 1 ia. . is ' I I isffzapgg, S - . 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The result Was that Al took . the hint and the slipper and Went home. May Varney's illustration of de- ductive reasoning in psychology. f'All men students at I. S. T. C. . are Sissies. This is a man. Therefore, it is a sissy." A Helen McDonald fat the Pink Po-odlej : "Do you keep dates?" Waiter Creaching for his hatj : '4Why, yes, I generally do, sit down? .1 , A bunch. of primary girls bought a cocoanut and decided to eat it one Sunday evening. 'lhey were pounding it and making a great deal of noise when the landlady came in. Landlady .fcrosslyj : f'Girls, what are you pounding?" Chrissie finnocentlyl : '4Why, ia cocoanutfl Esma Ward Cto mission ?" -i gif'1SDI "Say, do you think I better ask for late per- Girls: "Have you a date?" ,q.,i :Ur fwfr- .- k- iff! l gi 1 .Ziff ff? 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A - 'uw'-':-.-.e Ai , K , f1f.?253?f-557'-5 -,,,.:g,-Zi -- G - G.-- an S or G S Nell Belz Esther Birdsall Mabel Diesing Gladys Moore Florence Munger THE ROLL A 4 S , Emma June Grayson Violet Hockspire l- OFFICERS A ' , ' 5 Pmsicl-ent . . . EMMA GRAYSON Secretary and T1'easu1'e1' .... S , . . . . . LESTER IQENDALL S LI M f A' gif s I il L l ' QQ? x r l if L l 1 5 kr Q Chairman of Social Committee . . . . ..... BIYRA STORAR for ...-1 L I I l r l ' ll - 1 1 , - li 1 ly '1 i415 gl! Edith Grassiield Leslie Kendall wi E73 Lorna Hartong Stella Macrae , Ruth Stone Myra Storar V ' z 3 1 5 1 . Vi il S 3' 2 if -E fri 1 ' Al Mary Ormsby Frances Severance Ruth Pike Edith Welsch Marion Ridley Mary Welsch " N 3 7 Gladys Saper Gladys Wolfe, 2 . if l ru 51.435 el il F4 3225? aim. J ,' flwi lk Thx if we .aa,,,,ta,a s., ,x,..f1,q X "fire . ..f,, , -sf 4"f-f 'rv off, i 1 ziipgg 'iii gil:-WY"A1'l3'fl u f'ki aiaiz ,iii , fl 'K Wmilii if' A--. '1'1i:i:111'1'i'tii" '-'A --'fA3,,l XX ' X41 , b '- l ' gy f:1g:i1iii:,'ii" gfyl' X, lf, 'X "'f"7-wvff"y-- 132-, ly .lla Lggj iii, , ' iin' V W iii M ' 15g1ji1y 1.11: . t'i. 5 ,fi -- 'f'e 1,LA5pIi5'n'f 6 Page One hundred sixty-one ,v. ,xv u X Q -A Rx 9' if il 'pf .M an 7 i 5 z 5 ,U Q41 .ll fa ' w 96' iw 3... gq Y u ek if x 5. ,J i gjfkj ' fi i'x f Z 3 WI? " I-ji , V 1-i Q F51 1 L! QQ: if if i ?T,i 1 'I 4 :Fi ? 1213 5 gm E5 m JMU :L -- 533 ix ' Xml I 1 s ,.!" M1 C t : g . A.: 'J W xj ,I llx I n- li rig Effgfi 1-,jx 2,-f yr 5 at I I N r W 4 X 1 1 L ll 1 I 1 Page One hundred .sixty-tfwo LL we 'Z Q3 Eli ,?.,,, ff, S, YL H . A 3 . 1 , 1-Q' .Lf fg An 2.75 ?, a 5 .,..,,.,,,. ' . AVL, W--Q f, ,E A .J ' ,S rw., .,,, 5 'i Taxi ,Nil ww? Ei ti ,.1 , V-J, x AV: . ,..Y . -gl J I ET f' T 'x Page One hundred sixty-three ,f fl -H 'H l ll H5 all F' - Public School MUSIC Semors -v - ---- f-24" -' " 'Y-'W 1 F--' rn- 1 liirmeigw H' . 'IQ r I I' .. af Hicks Cheney Willard Lamb Arney Bentley Wallace Page 07Il' llwzdred xixly-four Naizke Kreul Kreuger Salye-rs Eveland Bird Miss Hooper Prickeit Schneider Mr. Fullerton Voorliees Mueller Sponsor, C. A. FUL1o,E1:'1'oN Class- l'1'esi17fllcfnt, E I1 M A PI: I vii l4l'l"l' Westervelt Sabin Smith Lemon Rosley Downing AS WE KNOW THEM Arney: '4Which rural school do we go to tonight 'Pt Bentley: Nillhey call us little people." Bird: '4But, I just have to read this letter from Iowa." Bosley: 4fEverything I schedule for conflicts." . Cheney: mllhe Janitor gives nie my criticism on my Boys Glee Club." Bowning: f'Those solo tests will be the death of mef' - Evelandz "Oh, kid, I've got sfomethingto- tell you." t - Hicks: "That traveling man guaranteed me a position." ' Krueger: 'fMy hair isn't red, it's- brown like my dress." Kruel: '4Good night. No, I have to get my lesson plans Written." ' Lamb: ffVVhat are you going to teach today?" Lemon: f'Brown, meet me after choral." A Mueller: f4I've got a car in WVebster City." - N atzke: "Well, will I ever get through? Prickett: "Girls, let's have a business meeting while We are Waiting for C. A." - Sabin: "I just got back from Ames. I'm all in." - Salyers: 4'TomorroW that youngster will get the Worst shaking he ever had." - ' Schneider: 'That harmony is the best of my life." 'J Sievers: 'Tm just all in." j Smith: UI hope she won't call on m-e today." f Voorhees: '4Did I hear him say something -about Ames?" Wallace: 4'0h! girls, have you got your harmony ?". W'es-tervelt: NSay kids, listen." Williardz HI've had him for nine years." , Miss Hooper, one morning in relaxation class: '4My, that Was a good 7 37 squeeze, best one I ve had yet. A A Mr. Zechiel: f'Anticipation is the soul of ragt'ime." M. VV.: 'fWh'at did you do in your 6th grade teachinng to-day, V - - -?,' E. V.: "Ol I finished J ohnnyf' Miss Hooper to methods class before a test: 'Every one can write all she knowson three sheets. Please take three sheets, and write on the arm of your chairs." ' C. N.: "Did you say Jim Was here? What Jim?" . G. B.: UMy Jim." Y J l l . ls .f 'wil 75 . . f ...ffl Aff, 1 RQ "L .U N 2, :N .AY cj, ,I x IFJ? E ,f ' wiv.. - if 4.. 2. in! WV 5 Jil f it ti H 'Q . 5, ' V X, , L i 5:-1, . is L: U iii it ti it 2 ?-. Q P lil ,Q 11' ii ti - C .N if , ti tl EJ: 21 ,131 A it yt. , ...- tk Vx I .4 lm I -----A 3 PD' 'x WX, gg! Q ll :J , 3 if g I - 1:5 F25 FE wi 1-1: il -ifjfft V -,, ,,., .. E 1 ff! Cy ir 2-' 7.1 442 f" fa: .... V 2,33 212 Lf- Page One hundred ,sixty-,ive l Public School MUSIC juniors J--6-in---1 3--e L- -o WL "' 'i "JW" 1 -N 1 1 1. 1 ,- avi 4 1 , -2 1 1 11,1 lg 1,5 1 r i ii it "1 3 if i L 1 fi I fe L1 !,-l ,1 1.5 sl l 3 i 112 if iii oi iii 1 1'1 3 :lil 1123 it f fi 2 if 11 1 if 1 L4 Eifiiii I 3 Ei ij T1 55 151 1 .I .- IMI , 51 f"i'1 1, 1 1 11'- :1 .,1 Calendar: 1 ,, 177, jpg M011dz1y-Solos! Q21 Wed11esd:1.v-Soli1s E I , Fl'itlzl,1'-Smllus I Y f 1 Q12 ? Who are the thi-ee 1Illl111blG1'S ? i 1Nf- V1 - 1 gl gi Necessities of Public School Mnsiv: Breaihy tones, ieei' on lioor, smiling 1-ws, lllb l111111111i11g. lmnks llll. think high, Child voice, sit liilii. ' ' ' 1 A. B.-: fiHow llllll'il fillll' do you Sllvllli 1111 V11111' l1'sxu11'."' C. P.: "Oh, z1l1o11i' hull' :111 l111111' 1'-1il1-11-11i.li1111-" A. B.: f4Rail1fo:1d i'llll0?,' U. P.: UYes, stops t'0llllil'li.N Page Ona' llundrnd .rixly-six 1 ii' , . 1 A ', Y' mf f. X N 1 .' , , " nj Y Nix ' 1 L 1 f . 'F-X 3 E 1 b 5 ' Q", L ,L N 4 K L 1 , w f 1 , A "I , , X H xi w N, E A t E 1 X xv Y ,rx , ., 'T-! - ' X 1 , 1. , 5 . , k i 1 11 A 5 9 1 I 'I , 0 4, I 7, g, X., Aa ,gt ,, H X ' -' : ' N J-, "X: A FA ., I Q 1 .A .K-if V1 . 1 gli! ff ,V , Y 212 . I L1,r . LV H -. 'Alf 'Nl'-J. 'J xl, l 1 rw X QW X fi, Q-f 2. YJ In 1. yn 1 ', X V , A H .Qs 5 . , L 5 1 ,M 1 X fxj - wx 1- vlk! I ff f f "1 1' rv e ,. i. s ,5 - .f A 4. - f. 4 4, i 4' , , V N lr, 'L . -Ii I -x I iv .., K- .- .W .M-.. .G vw-.,,., Nmvnmqfgw- .i Page One hundred sixty-.sefven Orchestral DepartmCH'C - .. .. '1:'Ll '. - .'.!-" :.-,--1, .. . ...tr . 5:1-1 'l':-i. . '1.-'ilviiff - .Hi n sf' '.'.',-:Hui . X .. :". . V -1. .fy--rw . .x,,.-fgg.p.:,-gi-.:-4-L Sw f-- M -- N COLLEGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA B. YV. 11 l.1.111 First Violins: Condit, Knoop, Vmluox St ala . I mil I Harper Second Violins: Cummins, Orvis I ull I XX I ll H1 N Strauser, XVihnes , TjlH11'l0l1S, lblllltl sw wm Violrls: ZHUIHIIIIHN ful uh un INN 'Oellosz Smith, Reed, 1I2'age 1 Basses: Wilcox, TilNlll0IlS ' W 1 Flutes: Bahl, Reed 1 Oboe: Krarner Tuba: WVilc-ox H arp : YVilscin1 Page Om' l1u1m'r1'd sixty-figlll 'l'1'mn7mm'.wg ' IIVIIIUII-ill nr - e e ...sin ,, 1 -' ' H ,I .. .Ile i if 3 w 4' ,H :vp ll fig -.1 il L "1 5 ' 3 l U l E iw F-'X L 4 'X 's 'x . 7 "' 1 i Agree, 'f .K fl, HX Rfb- ' 4 THE 'BAND v W ggi, fe ' I :uu- 1., - f , gigs: The College Band takes care of the students who have had some ex- iii perience in their Home Organizations 5 and provides progressive study and .ml P - F31 clean and healthful recreation for those desiring this kind of music. The di- 5 1.-C E rector is Mr. .McCreary, conductor -of the famous Cedar Falls B-and. Mr. rf l W . . . ' . . H McCreary's success 1n this capacity-not only from a musical standpoint, but lj, lx ay from h1s ability to equip students for active service as band leaders--has won 9' . , . . X if him a W1-de reputation throughout the state. 7 Fl! V' N4 lil '- , ,, i nl L: " LW., 5,21 l . ,F-5 ,Y 1 1. . hilt so ,i ii fi -l V, gi V, 1- f L F, . ...J s..J Y , l e,,- 1,1 LJ E.,-' ' f 4.1 --f. V. . W, if vi r lff . E32 L, --fl 1 , , ,AM g,,, --, swf EL, -ll li", iff' IE s' '- . 'a' 5 ,..,.w 5 s l 'Q fill l'-E lt U . ,'l'-I . Till , Il, lgifli 'if " lf-N x-,N L lf Sin I .4 fe. V I I E4 :QE V f I . -'V Q S, 1,3 2 , r, V W .ug 1 f 1' A W3 '.'1 , ,E Q ., -J I.: isw :lr 4 I 'mr Ll We 33 X df , 4, l !,,, ,yn ll- l i ' C, I.. , I . I,.,'yY L l xl:-P I uffyf ' -1. . -l L4 .1 fl . ' K.. f. -. .P P- - 1 . y f ,I , , 1 ll? Band of the Orange Township Consolidated School, one of the Con- ,551 p... l -,.. , S I y solidate Schools in Black Hawk County, co--operating with the Teachers Col- g r.x'v ze -5 -v 95' lege as a Rural Demons-tration School, F. L. McCreary, Director. 1 .fn v, Ak ' A 4 Y V: VH., Page One hundred :iffy-nine rr' , M 9 l J K- Iv: '30, .. Q, rllwll ,.x X-.. .. I vs ff-, , rfv'T1' Ui? fvifi t ,Q .Rx V K ! '- hw, Y, Zlx . XX,-,fx 795 X- - .X 4 1' -x' ir , xl .lf ,QQ f ' ,h x 1 HM- 3 If 5 xxf 7 E ji diff!-.9, 2:4 Q, Ti .if f M1 :L XY A is 21191 5.4 Lg 5 L me igfsj el " U V ' l V. .klffi Lf? 33, 5? , -3 a 3 3 3 21 " ...A Q . fi . ini g if Q 4 U3 Q ,1' 5 Ng YE! H if fgs E1-f 35' if sb' xg bf V: 55? if' F. S1535 H Su Fi H z' '-I '71 X .-2 F' fr' ll "QI 5 31 E25 rf? I if ff" 551' 15 I . I. . , I 1 f . f,',f , 45 1 f Page One hundred scfvcnty , ,ff 'fn I ff ,fl 7' mv .. ff ff, ,l..J ,' ,J f 1 ik IQ , . fi Qing 7 Ejdflx j 314 ,- . . xW .f ,J N1 is-4-if-mf Y 1 5 Hi W we ? H 1. FQ l :I ? . H ' 1 XR :A I bg 1 E-Q2 ' -.Q Q 7753! IU -l- V11 :Li ri? ?,2f EYE QE SSR ESR M r:. T5 L-I .4 Y-' L 3- - LFC fi? ,- ',,,,. :QE 33 .Ash kiln -.1 X, : 'J T Y ,TJ :TQ LV E ., a.. 4 S"'4 I jj w . . f . U. ,. . .A X S i , L. Li . gf 1: L . . r X Q- Q. 1 -. L KX V4 X , - XX . My . Ex .2 -,BX 5. ,V K. 1 X X5 N 0 , I a"'I it o amy at o I slag ' Commercial Department , w e 1 S7 ':-' :+I Mn ,W :I--Zi I- Q I -V A-L 452 :Z e If 43 v- fi '1 5 1 , . . QNX. gm I ls! ii il 5 n E 1 I 4 I 4 x, Z' I 1 i U 1 me I : ,-N f S 2: l E- ! 5 1 1' 3 ,- Q XI 5 - I X I X i 2 X . f 'Q :lag .-.X ' I 15 .L 'A. ! F g, I, A . ,i X- I T If ! I ' X 1 l' .g wg , . o 2 5 ' ,S , Xl!! X Sf e' 'ni- l' '- , X ,X 5 X 1 Q 7 5 '- 1 l J' I I -1- JE if Pi TO MY ABSENT STENOGRAPHER With how sad steps, 0 M'ayme,, I c1iMB the stairs, An-dview mty o-fIi'ee,noWa lone ly scene8 X. . Oppresxed !, I sit medown at thy maeghine To do my corr-WspindeNice, once thycaref I miss tHee3B! not alon3 thAt th'hoU wast FAir, Butthat thou diddst achieve withjh joyous mien The ketters' htst Will- driveme Mad i W-een'5 The tasks that nNw a lppk of strqngeness wearr. even thuss two days, And Two dats m9re, I toi14d And eoU1d no-t c9nq8er,,hoWsoefer I Tri3d'f These aflfful diys h-av all my etftorts Foild, Whilre powwer of sqwlling is tome diniedf Ahh,,-donotwait till all my pqper8s spoi,ed- -- I Come baxk, coME BQCK againvto blessand gUideES'. 5 , I Freshie: f'What's that up there?" , l . Senior: "Sh! Not so loud! T'hat's Alfred Sorenson." LTP il: ff. - fe. ,.--fiiiigi.531Tiiggiiii"',,'i,ig:5'f'-gi,, A . A '. in jn1'i'i'figl'lfg51,5,:,zi,w.LIU v. 1 XLf,f.1J.I,a,f LLM PWM' I in M S' Q, I rf' T7 eip X I i - xv-ef ifif-effe5fi?313ii1T52i52?i2,ia ,I org' - - Q 45:-' L-,Eff o' o f' X QELJUZIKTQ:.lfQ?.I'Ef5JiTfiif1EQLT.ilIIiQi":'4l'g"' 't"+o:'Z"'tl"""-'L A i 3 , 1., 4 f-.,..,-.........i.----.---...,-J I ' .H Jr I - fs 4 I .xy X jig X E , ' U H, W .6 2 I 'Lb-A!!! I on,, ii? li 3? X fi' ,X SUKMQ f fJ1"U LJ LJ - U . . v--- I is ri T1 -5 n,l 5-iff-3 ici ilu A 1 53 I H el iii 6 li I2 is Q Ei X3 X 4 Eff W iii in ii ,,., , Egg I',g'N rf Q2 X if . rf 1 . If - Zu H jj I ,A M' W SE?" Q +11 1 E46 fe 25 in 2 iili gfffii ...J fo 15 Fw' l . . -, 1 T. J I Y J I 15.31 X f, X 1, ,X , X, M, to -...iv-ei...LL,,J . 'Page One hundred seventy-one l l l. fi 3 . g . I -. 1 H l, K ,I if , ILO' 1,7 UV! Q uk J 'r .f- fv .L ., l lag? J . its cj Bs .mm '.. l J 1 .1 VI vw ,lr i,'4l 1 ' 5 'V 1' "I B I tial! if Le ll 5 E53 tits e-l 9 1.2 1 ep ki ,I W lit ,I tl 1 1 .. L4 Wu' "val 'l"'i'15fl EJ ' hi! P3 gi Ei ri? .f CURSE if 33' ti .Ei l 11:3 iff! fri. Y A lftfi 'if ,E-I I we-as i lil jk 24:13 lil ef! P lzrfl el E11 E 3 4-3 L, R H 'f 5' in lf 5 fi rl EX il M EM Hfiljf J., yu Vi ifjg ll ljfi 5.5 l.Q.f+ ll' -. u 1 . ,""! 1, .4 i ffl 1 uw, I l f ...- .,. l 1 W . E. G. Qin bookkeepin-gj : 'fShall I write it in pen or ink?" iMr. G.: uWhat is the distinctive thing about a red ink entry ?" . - - 7 A. T.: 4fIt is always written in red ink! - . 1.1.1.1- Mr. C.: "Wh.at is Ia bill ?" G. W.: f'It is a law not yet." Shorty: ffvifhat made you jump when I came up, Peg?" Peg: 4'Oh, I jump at anything." HER SPECIALTY. J. F.: 4'Is there-anything that you can do better than anyone else?" B. Y.: '4Yes, I can read my own shorthand notes." N THis WAY OUT. Stenographer: "I called to- see if you have an opening for me." Kind Employer: "Yes, ther-e's one right behind you. Shut it as you go out." ' The following problem was presented to a country lad: An article is purchasedfor 359.50 and is sold for 115675. Does the transaction show loss or gain ?" , The answer given after considerable reflection was: "A profit was shown in th-e cents, but ap loss in the dollars." Page One hundred scfventy-lfwo 1 9. .f- , ,. J vy X.. pq LY' 1 'pl . . .-if f7 A If -.p f X 1 Mx' Y'- Q-I-fl r T' x LL? ,W -,X ...L-.,l' H I?-TVN. ffl..-li .R 'l 2:4 3 I E. lf- I V-. Illtll K .4 F 7,55 an H F? 5 'J 53 Eli 'Q Ullllill vi .1 .5 1.4 H, -.- s lil Fi 2 l..4 s-vi 5'-5 -J 1... P'-1 P1 I L-1 H 3 1-. ...-4 1,- "1 -N. 5' I Fe Q l i 5 2 5 I l 5 A ,Ri wx if tra E P' Q: ki 3.2. L... ,.., Q.. -4 IH' fx! x X. .Q n-. N..-I X-l - I-Kg' .l .,-ik V .,.-.. ... .... , .....' .' N4 M ...J I., 1.4 . a-. A"I K, V- li., Ax' ss-.. wx . wl . M, .-.L .lm ,, . 'L i Q rf , ,, Cxl :L t A A "' " Elf' 5, V rv ,A Q4 , 1-3. .3 Q! 1 flg WY. 'Qin xr' 7. If V lx VJ ju 12.1 '. 1 u 4 Page One hundred sefventy-three rf- M 1 I. I S f,,V,, .1 lil 'iv xx .f, V. M XG aN' x '. 4 l 'Nl ff f ng. ,f 1 .vw ,K .4 fl' 5 1, w-x 5' .. Rf' Z . .Ty e T-:ff X"F'Kf' la H xy f , ll fx ll M gywgwwi, M -N r Q PHI? ,, , . 45, J Ulf ll: lvl ov DF UQ. LU ll :lj Ll' .Ev l El W lg ll' all H -f E Tl 5 Ql l 1 fi E' Q l' 'ia ga fl af? fi Kxlifilg l xvkfaf' ll 251 1.2 'Q' E F331 X , . lg li il ll U 51113 V rv' ldowlg 1 I lilo mi LIN., .4 4. L,..,4 L15 at full 51 vigil' lx lf...-.-l 1.5 pf. l f1g.fU52? EVA" 2?-fwi J' .1 ,f 5 f ly 3 Q. f , 1 1' Ml ,,'l , f f' , ff! , 1 , J, ,,,':' :'fl '13, iff Page 1 I Om' Grover Qliolivarj Gratkze fSamj Brown fBill5 Ebersqoldl QR-ipj Van Sant CShady5 Mabee fJ'i1n'j . McElhinney , fMacj Hi-aa QADDGD- Q Holiday fS1eepyj Cooper fCoopj Clemons CClemj A Gormley fDocjW Fields QSnlakej Marshall lfSam' hundred .felvcnly-fo1u' AMBITIONS To To To To To To To To To To To To To 'Fo become popular. be able fo talk more. have only one girl. be Glad-Us". ialk To girls. be il stage nm11age1'. ben-onme an orator. 'lvecolmle deem of women. rest' in pence. 'llGt'0lllG 1'egis1'1':u' af T. C. QLIPCUIIIP ll pool. Howell. be six fool lull. 'lw il Gorllmll. - ve V-55, 4, f ,f 1 ' " ,- ff 4 M A 3' lf ff' -it fn r.,-f 5:41. 31, Z 1' :ff f T ' , FIM. 'Elf ' ' fs, -A : ,uc Y wx E N, X 1 1. 1 . , 1-.X X, xqxgsl , all 5.-' 1176,-fy, 15 ,li:,l:.4"-yd. "N K f H ,f . . YJXXS' Ljfcfg, llhere was a young student from Chicago, -tire? -w . ,N ' g, 33 Who wanted to see our buzz saw go 5 L J . 5 , .33 1 He put down his face very close to the place, tg - H And the doctor said, "f4Where did his jaw go ?" i 5 3 1 Ll Q I -+- ll df l i V4 Q59 , , ' Y. 51 :-- - W ' K I .. l If you wish to know the correct method of' -: . l : 5.4 T. f l F' F1 52.1 P1 CD m m Hs O P-5 SD m cm IS' Q. O l-I cr CD D o 25' 2 DD U1 W' .-+ SS' CD U1 CD I:-' 5-In O v-1 --A --Am --af- rn ' 1 5 4 ' -,111 Q w In A 'III 'I I lllllll ll I I 1 can "H Man-ual Arts students, theyknow! tiff' L I l . -- i Eff gl Ill! L ll Y "OH, OH, OH, SAMMY!" E l - F5 53 Student: 'CA -knife-like instrument full of nicks?". 1 - Prof. Brown: "What,is a rip saw?" te 1, l l I ...- sa , 1 , Freshman student Qin woodwo-rk classj : "Will this buzz saw saw through : ' this knot hold?" ' . U '-ji Prof. Brown: "Maybe you had better cut the hole out first." , r ,:: E il Ann M.:l'4Mr. Cleveland, 1 want some of that curly hair." , A Mr. Cleveland: f'Oh, you mean steel wool?" c' ' 3 5 5 a E I D J .J E ' 1 ONT S. x ' ' vw 5 , . l . fa 45 Don t use a chisle for a screw d-river. I 3 Y 5 Do-n't ask for mat-erial without your meal ' 'Q ticket. ' t 25 .1 I , , s: 5 3 D-on't use the glue for tace cream. - 4 lg Don't make 'additions to the announcement it 7 - 2 ' written on the bl-ackboard. ' +L 21: F' 3 Q '1 Don't start anything you can't finish. l rl A " Lu ' T I Don't wear sweaters while conducting chapel. JAMES MABEE, ESQ. . i3?:i.:i 2 . - - ' Y ,,a...M..,.,..,,.,....-..,.....mm,- .,,, M, . ,fx fix?-iii.: ,Z 65333555355 "" '1ifQ111:.g3x .... gy Rf- " ' , ' ' f'7""',,,f.g ICA-:-.-,- -,.4:fm,.,L. Y..', - ..IQQ...Q.-.-f' 410-ffLf2:4"5-4'-'--'iwgiligg Page One hundred .refuenty-fifue 1 x f N Ex r 'Q X l Q H .N X1 1 ' 2 T1 1 , W 'N ' 1 V ' l E 1 21? ' IM' I 1 vs 5 , V , H Vit g 1 P, uf 1 ,J Q J 5 ,, PYT! la Qi: I lf I aff. .H V, , ,gif 1 'lil I fmiq 1 1 Sf. E t i 1 K m Zi 1 L FI , fi, V N, A 1 5-ff f xx, , , ' I Q I .t 9 K 5' ,N c' xi, 1, 1 4 .x sl 551 ,LQ Lu ,J X ' if . if .. ff 1' r'3 4' if J' if' ' I, ff- Q , . N X L .SNA v - xw .cX,5c'- -1 . , J 11352 :Fx 7 v ' ' Page One ll1l7ld7'L'd .vcfvwlly-six .. -.y.4,...- : i -- , Hi- - f ------V - .U-...i-,lv : jf.-1' 5 -,iff-:l -'asf-Z','4 'x '.5g,",:1fg '.'- ,U -" i"',-- , .- . ,. . - - -,,'f,":,--j:r,'.g ,I ..Lri:'::.',:,' I I I a ' 1:":j"i,,I,',"1 rj, .-1 J., ,'u3.-my .- -1 A ,"1 in .. V .' ' Z ll. , .il -, b n -- ... , ,.. 'z-145:31 - ll-,Q-Lp, 1-,'-1 , I -."y.-q1g-- -H 25,-2: -- Y Y b..- -- Y - -Y Y A.-- :l.4g'g"'.1f,,5"-.'A .'g:g'.'-J'-5 ',' "PREP'AREDNESS" But how glad is my heart as I dream o'er the future, ' Of the farm lad and lassie that are going to be. No more shall they trudge o'er the long, dusty highway, ' To the little, old schoolhouse, that ill-lighted schoolhouse, That long suffering schoolhouse at the foot of the hill. I POSED IN THE FUTURE. How sad is my heart as I.drive through the country, ' And look on the schoolhouse that sits by the road, , At the weeds, and the sumac, the deep-tangled playground, ,Round the little, old schoolhouse that's warmed by a stove. Oh, those old warping doors and the desks that stand night it, I And e'en the old blackboard that hangs on the wall, In that little old schoolhouse, that long abused schoolhouse, That schoolhouse that sits at the foot of the hill. The new model schoolhouse I hail as a treasure, With lighting and heating, and plumbing intact. There the children can learn, and there learn- ing's a pleasure, In that new modern schoolhouse, that well equipped schoolhouse, That present day. schoolhouse that stands on the hill. Page One hundred .sefventy sefven w I 'TQ-ax I.,-,Y7-f --k,,,,..,. ,. Y x ,- ,. ,L N, W. , ,H QF? . zx4S,,QfLj,,,f Y J! x . -1 X lv-Rx ' WP , ,4 ..... , a X, N fiifii F ,V L, ' ' 1 W 'sffkl rf - S Lfsgat. T iw ' ' W i 3- sf tp 1 Nl N X wx ff. tgj 'X ff ' ' a H i'4M?.l fp.. .3 at tl H M C ' A "T - A' 1'Qii1Q,i . " ff" ' i WHAT'S WHAT. The last few years have witnessed a marked forward movement in rural life problems. One of the foremost of ,these movements has been toward better rural schools. Formerly, many other states have been in the lead, but Iowa is now rapidly in- creasing. We have now two hundred sixteen consolidated schools in the state and more are being organized from time to time. Of these schools, the one at Spirit Lake is the finesttand largest in the United States. . Because of this progress, better teachers are a necessity. VVith this idea in view, I. S. T. C. established a new course called the Rural Edu- cation Diploma Course, for the special training of. I teachers for consolidated schools, and for rural school supervision. ll i --our ilu' ' Q T -A A S- T S' S S M' 'T A-ul .ffl Kimi i"L V. r rg' ' , ,V X . . "1'l"' , . -. , ' , L ' 4 - N . . , fN..a.fffvrU. s r llllll r iatslmu- g . 11 ,wruntllllll .lillllll .nm-naon,.,'9f-- , 5 l,,L..ll 3 fl L lffffi .,,,.- W ff if 1 1 .1 fe,- ,Hfvi .fg' f 5 4 We, the class of 1918, believe these words are true: "The farm is the best home of the family: the main source of national wealth: the foundation of civilized society." Therefore we have chosen this course which we believe will fit us for leader- ship in one of the largest fields of service,-namely, that of bringing the farm into its own. A We cannot but succeed under the leadership of the members of the rural department, and under the inspiration of our untiring sponsor, Professor Campbell. MAY, 1916 l Page One hundred .fefverzly-eiglzl -5 Mr. Leighton fin Phy- siography classl: 'fThe cause of geysers is-Miss J 1111113.73 ' 'S I2 f-I In .-" I . V--:ff , rf' .ff fn rr 5, ff 'Q ,vff ' tfwfq- r ,ye if-J-f 5? A l I 1 5 1 1 ' J al rl si fag L 4 T FSU' L, if l F1 If V . L Y' ag' I Q all ll. 4 I ll B 'll Y 5 Qlliilllff' r 1 Hi? Mag: bIlL 5-ij: 54,71 iff iisfyg le' fs. if ff EE 22 ,QLUCQUI .lf H 5 Ei- QU HTH UT, El 5217 Q,-gil Qlgkl 'L . tag X, Q..-jd TJ s 6, ,, 223 54 LT? iii iiij Q 35. if i .CJ ,A ' A Mig ifrfxlgir' sv 41, fig, iii il .N ,. Z., . .. 4 5, .Trix ?-. 1 w W Page One hundred se-rezzty-nine age One fl1l7ldf'L'd eighty v A 'I Q I . V K ' 1 L X f 1 . . ! V i' L , , . f B f 1 lfgyf -,ff . Nl. fi.. f N hz HJ,-K, , pw ' Lp'."t V- . 1,-fgffg L .2'Q, 1, .. 2 ,- ',g.g,' .. ,l'5f1'f ,1 . ' 4: jf.,:4,.g-Lid, 2 ,L , 1 1 ,fy-'. 'l f 4, . " 7-:fi " - ,.-' K.,H,,Lf.f'i ' ' -if '41 " fl 1f5'AQ ' 72' -' A , uf J' , K 1 413:21 . l ,1 ,fi .,! A L .ra A IA! E--4 F .N I-, it , I 3 -5 4 A X f fg if it mg fi ,lofi e . T . FA Xi 3 5 ,f ': '-- -- ' -E .ly nw . Wearers Of The ,L 3 QAQT, . g A 5 W K 4 FOOTBALL i A ,g E. Whitford Nelson Hersey Abram James iglji 7 R Z Wm. Berry Harry Young Clarence Brown Tl T James Mabee Vern Roderick Cal McElhinney if - John Winn Nate Fields Chas. McKinstry 5:4 E BASKETBALL l l Art Dickinson Russell Dickinson Earl Vifhitford .4 . John VVright Clement Letich Ira Perry If W Q i ij 5 ' l 11 . 5 fi ' BASEBALL iili W l Art Dickinson E. F. Grossman P. Jorgensen ,Q : James Mabee C. F. Way E. llfhitford fl' 1 1 , 6 E E , if 5' ' TRACK s 5 'Nelson Hersey 44Zeke" Wright Corbin Hemphill ?XXi ' fi in 1 i 5 ' Wi 5:5 ATHLETIC BoABD . 5 df Chas. H. Bailey. Chairman I :A Geo. H. Mount E gg' Leslie I. Reed fgtg if J. Owen Perrine E A. P. Berkstresser li , df R. F. Seymour, Secretary Al E 4 Capt. YVhitford Capt. Hersey I '.'iiJ QE V Fw:-Q Capt. Young ' if: ' ,- A C 'Wf f .-eA -fwfr:-ff-Ti ff rg? ffiiiiiff Page One hundred eighty-one .-,1' .xx fa.-uf r 4.-inf A K. ,':,. fl?--. of X tif! 1' iildif 11. 4 53 1 1 -1, ZA,-wh, its-E X-ffr'-Q Vi gf. 1 ll 41 ggi, ' Ll Cjyllx.. U17 lil 6 ya, , 12: ,, ri, 'Q Wg LA. E 3 Y IQQ 'i ,. rf 3 5 Y! 2 4 l l l if it 2 ,Q E l F.. if fi ,J f L i If 1 if , l :K 4 I .- .3 4-14 , V' H AH if 4,1 if fi if q 4 4 4 x fl fill ! 4 4,1 ,. V .fgl- I . -rl 45' , E l ,.. .l, if " ll 14 L L.. if-51424 is Q ' l"4 ti iff 4.l X 14,1 5 .X.,,.q, . . V , . - . i.. Q, f,0,,.,,.. i 47 :iv t"E. W.. irrm,-FA 1 V.. A... . I, . ... .- . ff 4-,513 ' W-:iff . - f.J'.' 1 y .,1,h y ,---i ---nf is .m,..i--...1E:---.--1i.s..- 4 A --L- , F o o t b a 1 1 5 '. 4 , '- ,f!f..'f' M., g Wm--- 1- Qqq, slain-Y,.1--1,,,,w,in X CAPT. WHITFORD Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. The season of 1916 found the Teachers up against the hard-est schedule for many years. In spite of early season injuries and lack of suf- ficient competition, the team battled through the schedule making every game a hard fought en- counter, losing every struggle until the last one, wh-en they were able to muster their full strength for the first time since the opening game with Ames. Our closest rival, Ellsworth College, was def-eatedvin the annual Thanksgiving Day Game, which showed the Hghting spirit of th-e team. Battling through several losing struggles, the "Old Goldf' team staged a ffcome-back" which was very gratifying to its supporters. 1 soHEDULE AND soon.Es 7-Morningside -Upper Iowa 21-Cornell .... 27-Dubuque 30-Ames ...... , ..... . .............. 19 T. C. . .. 0 T. C.. ..7 ...27 T. O.. ..0 ,H34 T. O.. ..0 .....2G T- C-- ..7 3-Buena Vista 11- Ellsworth ........ .. 0 T. O. ..13 1 SUMMARY THE AMES GAME This was o-ur first ten years, and our creditable. One of kicks struck th-e top game with Ames in over showing was more tllan f'Mun" Whitfo1'd's drop- of the crossbar, onlv to Dubuque Germans .430 T. C. .. 2 F A E Y- bound back into the iield ot play. O11e other good opportunity to score was thrown awav be- cause of inexperilemfe. Director Clyde 'Wil- liams credited our team with liaving given Ames 'ta good hard tusslef' Page One hundred eighiyq.-wo LAFE YO UN G, Capt.-Elect. -gf, f7ff4 ,' ff 4 , ,V , . x,fn' f , r 2 ' '-L. 4 ,-xx ,., f 'f'- ,E J 'f".fJ Y--1: Q .M 1. ...Z,,,,,,,g, A Q gf ,-,M '?iiT2P,L1'ff L' ,fa A ' ff!-43 Wit i.j'ixi 5'i"Tf'1bwj il rr fl WHQ . iii! lla 4rg:xi.1.':v. X -JT at Q 4 4-. A 5,1 4 lfflz 5-ill 47.16 .,, lp? si i 1:5 517 .af Ei. El EA F P'4 as Eli ' . FT L . E Q., Fl 53.1 s 3:37 ,t ell? AS.-L "1 5 .1 lg y ggi: y-4 F" "I 3 :Z ,gy 1. .J ,R -kfj l 2.1. .,.'g.E-L 1. :jk . L H1 Q V 1 X " M" N ,. s I I , 'fp R -, A . 5 -K W V-ll k M 21, , . . 1- ., , -N ' , . lil", '99 1 ' i"'T , ,ng . ' ' ' ' H N Q Q' ,115 il: 12 ali? 1 xl - ' 'J 7' K I we A -1- i W: I- Lii ' ' ' J -71 , ' 'lyl ' .4 4' q . if - 1 v . 1 5 1 . ., 5 . 1 F ,.-,,., ,,.. m.m,.,,,.,1 I 1 if , I 4 1 I ii YJ ! ' . H- ' ,E . R. 4 1 ' ,. QQQQE ,. fL..44,q. ' 'L' 4 X' - ,,.....,.... Page One hundred eighty-three :ff qw- '-f-I ' J ' U I 3 jx fx xx I X WL l , Ch? G, x , 2 ,,,,'l ,, E 1- -5 .,-f- V, KFAAY-irc , -, ee- , ff .li ,af .V - , -Q we ., -V . ,,,, Y,Yf - .V - - . " -"-A,'A,,- ' -' ff 1'-' f -' ,QQ A ' ff, .-'A ' X l -ff. , A . - .,...1.,.,,,f2,-lf , 94 1 f X. i r 1 ., --- -- -ff--'V ' . . l ffyf 1 1 -N .,,.aLli.-gif-LQ.-'J Alfa "--ff? V ,Wg e 1, V -. ,T--V-' ,',:. , ff 'Y 21:1 X! sew' 3342 V-.J UN , lx X! fd lf? " ' vfef1'f'1.o1i AIO i si Q .1 l l . H ll 1. 1 1 e .4 i , 7 EJ ,LJ T er l rl .1-md ll. '2 lol il 1 I I' P THE MORNINGSIDE GAME This was the opening home game before 1,500 spectators. The team battled hard against much superior material and J ames, touchdown in the last half, resulting from a long forward pass from Fields, brought the rooters to their feet in a storm of approval. THE CORNELL GAME This game would have resulted in a victory but for the crippled condition of our team. Hardly a sound man stepped on the field at Mount Vernon to meet the Cornell team which was also crippled. but to a less extent. "BILL" CASEY . THE UPPER IOWA GAME Here is Where the slump began. The two former games had laid up half the line an-d a large percentage of the initiative and leadership, and in this more or less crippled condition and in the GIl0lllj"S territory. the result was disastrous. THE DUBUQUE GAME C'ronin's touchdown from a kick-otl' was somewhat disheartening. but the much-advertised Dalton at last found a line through which he could not plunge. The losses of the season, however. were beginning to tell on the "OLD GOLD9 team, and this game added one more to the list. THE BUENA VISTA GAME This game was the subject ol' a protest, and the Hawkeye Conference subsequently took steps looking to the severance ol' llunea Yisla from the Conference for playing ineligible men. Their touchdown resulted froniia forward pass caught out of bounds in the crowd, and. being allow-ed by the ollicials, added another In oni- string of loss-es. ' ,u-twicii, Y.-ll :mmf Ilya' One llllllliffd 1'i!ll1lJ"four 5 'eq Q 5 gif: ', f, if' l 1-KF! it 1 iri- Kg? .Eta la xl itil w ffl :fi T. I llllllll l 1 UU lll . 1 . r it Ill r-133 'l Eb ill iff .1111 Q-4 4-'-4 gl. .Q i 'gl -'vi l E' -i Q-4 1 3-fi 4 ill f l-it :Til Fel' El :Q .ni A 5 '1 il?" :AT 'Tl lzi Qt 1:1 f"i 213 .54 -Us 5 N23 1 11 it sis - 'K H fl i il fi M4 2-Q A E+ . c 3 1 -u QNX Q: xxx 1 X N-K'-tl .XJ l . ,x- x xxx .A W X K xr . 1 :V- . . QL X, 1 1 2" E' x 1 . Q! ., 1 e ip, , ,,..l J . .,,. .1 t ,ey I N I fx-ea, e N 1 2. 2,1 It ff Qwgmi wi it LS sb, tl lf if 'Q L, lil "E ,xt l f .il rl l 'i 5 'el 3 di li I v , . E M41 iii I," I X wg , V --a 3 v THE TEAM, 1916 THE DUBUQUE GERMAN GAME , Our safety during the first two minutes was the only bright spot in this game. After this it got d-ark, darker and "darkey." These were the Con- ference Champions. THE ELLSWORTH GAME This was the grand come back! Mus-t-ering our full strength for the first time since September 30th, We Went up into th-e enemy's country and 'throught home the baconf' This closed a season that Was successful from every standpoint, except that -of scores. This closed the career of Captain Earl WVhitford Who, for four years, has been the mainstay of one wing of our line, and who has always been the "Old Faithful." Steady, dependable, always giving his best, he closed his college foo-tball days with a victory, handing the honors over to Harry Young Who was unanimously selected to direct the 1917 team. May he measure up to the standard of service set by "VVhit." K - ff Q iztigig-3:11 ,V . . J,-Lf KA, .H v ,Nw V--W - --7, HY 1. I , ., 0 ' - M- .,...g:::1ii:T:f I A , 'Q ' ' or ni. fff1ifQ,,,lf,f1li1li r af E 1 'Q ' ' 7 A ' H Y g L5 , , J ,: ,,1:.., gt, , ',. A Y- ., g A N - - V , ,W th ., -. , fx, b-M, A ,WW if V 7-K 'MEF W , , W ,Y V , M lv N TA, U.. - -H -f---ff f------1 - A Y .5 ,VVV W Y Y ,V ,fr K Y'-:ruling -----------.-Y V.- - l r .f, fl ,f 5, , H, ' ,, 'U f,f-.Wi 5 vii. ,J ,jg HH Y 1 ,iQ?Q,g it W Q gc, , s , H ln l I L E, . E1 5 E f Q 5 .1 la V .Xl ll .X , , E -, 4 A H4 l L.. We I ' : at fl QE Fly' F! , if ff. " ful I l 'if l 1 Nile: fi LQ li tj tif i l wmim M Page One hundred eightyqifve x C 1 A -X if' 1 x. x-fvjv 1 H 1 O, f l. kf'X1i. bf 52.71" i Q" ' M "X 'W XJ ' j my U rf .mi AE :X Hip:-.3 5.1" U. ? pxi 3.3. 555 U ei " QE Fw W LEM 0 , ..-, E '-x .Pg 1' Hifi . L7 Tv , -. Q 1' H Sir gijf ln' fd l Fifi f LLM fi ffl! g Q 1 'Ziff 15--. .M N I 1,51 'L-J 5 w I QTQL ' Ei-E3 , Q M 9 35 QI F S 'A A , N f wn I., L? .41 I- 'ffl-QP p?1'-21 l.?:'YL:.,.', .. gg JJ ijj: . 1' I g,...u .Q f gi? . ' CJ pk hz. 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X 'S ?'i.-qv,a5,1' T. --Ka.-.A-rx-',. - K t- 3, V - k Q x , . - " "" J4f,,,,2'-Q x - 59,1- , qw. - 'yw45gi,gswg'wE-.- fi-PM-wx-11 f":'fv- 'g,,bg1f1.'fq9'vtff: f - N '- 131. ' -E , . 'v.-.- -f . -sq.: -, . pl - .1 ' '-- -' Mr ' i"3g'-Q'fw-- -an -V 'T?"i'f? -.K-y.:.. 5 w-' . ,, H3455 . . . - w 'H E-. - wwf- N., ' 1 1 PHW' One ' lzundfpd - , gzglffyqix 'fau- ' J :Slut 8 N , - . .. .. . -- -g -Mio , It -, gin mag, I ,. I, B a s k e t B a 1 1 1 Y ' - xx The 1917 season has been a surprise in some respects. The material, though scarce, was the best in the history of the school, and everything pointed toward a second Conference Championship. T-he schedule included many of the best teams in the State preceding the Conference games and the team was rapidly put into condition with the result that the strong Waterloo Y. M. C. A. team was defeated 26-14, a Very creditable showing was made against Iowa and Ames, Cthe latter game being nearly a victoryj, and Coe was defeated . both at Cedar Rapids and here. The Coe contest at Cedar Falls was the real climax of the season, the local team going at top speed and holding their opponents to a game without a field basket, 17-4. The Indiana University game was a great attraction on the winter schedule. The first five Conference games were lost by narrow mar- gins, indicating a close struggle each time. Three of these were played away from home under conditions that will often upset a basketball team. Notwithstanding this, the team showed HBERKJ' a strength at times that surpassed any team that had ever repre- sented the Teachers College. The closing games with Central and Upper Iowa, the latter being runners-up for the Conference championship, gave our stu- dent body another opportunity to see our team at their real pace, and resulted in two im- portant victories, 35-18 and 28-16. 1 VARSITY Page One lzurzdrvd eighty-.vefuen t I f, ff-,Tn W- r it wg 64' fe 'fifth I x 1 I: A ,f- 9 x ,A A I' 2.5Cg,fg Qfiii'rtI'il W ll YJ H1 I. IPI: "ag I ill lil .tl LQ lg 3 l Il It . ii! . ,-V fl L--I I Lt' 1 li lr V lf-. ,il E l 15 If il EE 3 fri! ,I ,NE f:' If' iz! I, lL,l lx -M-' hx to-:fl lil iii lc. li- y iii if iii, ll, if .qxgl . :xi l'fff'1lfi'i rf-s lj iLffl E? ll 51.15 Z ' ,ws Q , ff. 1 The personnel of the team included the following:-4 ART DICKINSON: Played his fourth year. Could work at either center, guard or forward. Has been an important factor in the team, leading them through several battles. EARL WHITFORD: He also closed his basketball career. A steady and sure guard. Held Coe's star Yuill scoreless in two thrilling struggles. As good a guard as there is in the state, and semi-annually throws a basket himself. I CLEM LETICH: Upper Iowa's star of last year. A great addition to the scoring strength whether playing at center or guard. Ought to be a- great factor in next year's team. RUSS DICKINSON: Brother to "lil" Arthur. A fast youngster, who ought to be going at top speed next year. IRA PERRY: From our Training School. With a deadly eye for baskets. Next year ought to be his big year, also. i .THE SECOND TEAM More prominence was given this year to the second team than ever before. These are the men who battle the big team and keep them on edge. Opening the season with a 20-5 Victory over the Cedar Falls Tigers, they played the Nashua High School two games, Charles City Y. M. C. A., Osage Seconds, La Porte City, Cedar Falls Cyclones, and a series of 'three games with T. C. H. S., winning two 'out of three. They broke even with Nashua, being the only team to defeat Nashua this year, and won from La Porte and Cyclones. Out of the .schedule of ten games, they won six. ' Several of these men will be heard from next year. - l SECOND TEAM ST TQ Page One hundred eighty-eight x ,K 'Q-. ,y L I in . 'W lx .kt R- -85 1 :G-iii ' - -- -- -n-rnfq1uz.r--1u- -f 1-T. ' i , 1 ' .41 Y' f - X85 I L- 'I-.. A .". - ' s. .2 ' . ' 4 Q X xi eqfkzgtnw, B 8. S C B 3. 1 1 'L IJ, , f .,.1 , .. .2 if Fi 4- li L 5 31, rw -iw l i. I- , V. ,f ,ix i V! ti Vi 5 tis-131 brig! JX iilifi Eflfgfs 1,1 1 '31, at if C if S 513 , 'El Z5 il 3 1- L- l I5 :I itil P l 1' UF! I J ffl! Ei tg.,-g 5, 2 Cl mx 'E iii F l 'ti i ,iii 11 '-: EW 'g 2-ig: tiff 3 1:-l 1 "", 1" 1-' ij: if l',,' I-1 I ,, l., COACH SEYMOUR ' The 1916 baseball outlook was bright and the team de- veloped rapidly into shape, winning the first two games against Ellsworth and Wisconsin State Normal, 6-0 and 4-2. A good showing was made against Iowa at Iowa City, and Dubuque Germans were defeated 8-7, and the Dubuque fSt. Joel team 3-1. This last game was the feature of the schedule. At Dubuque the next week, we dropped a game 7-3, but redeemed ourselves the following day at Platteville, Wis., where we de- feated, the State Normal 2-0 in a great pitchers dual. Whit- ford, who started the game, was hit on his salary hand the first time up to the bat and retired, giving way to Schmitt who held the home team hitless through the remaining seven innings. Then we treated the home fans to a real "ascension." Morningside was the cause and the score 12-0. It was just like playing a league team. The next game was Upper Iowa at Fayette and our showing was better than usual at that place. The'score, 4-2 against us. This losing began to get on our nerves and we dropped the next game to Ellsworth, a weaker team, 4-0, and the Memorial Day game to Dubuque College, 13-0. The last game of the season, Upper Iowa here, was l THE TEAM, 1916 Page One hundred eighty nzne I I I ff. l I Z. Lv .1 rt 7--4 i 1 Vx.. r QA s. .q X wx I i L f A I 5.. ,Y jf, - Y' f "ITSM W ' l , if ,I A called at the last of the 4th inning with no scores made. Altogether, the team was a stronger igililfj "l aggregation than we had had for some time, and this year they ought to go well together. J J The prospects are bright, and T. C. should be well represented on the diamond 1n 1917. ff? ll .l , WC l The following schedule ought to give us an adequate standard by which to compare our 1 l strength with those of the colleges of the State. 5-eziixi . April 23-Dubuque at Cedar Falls. KQN April 26-Highland Park at Des Moines. li ip April 28--Ellsworth at Iowa Falls. AiMay 1-Dubuque at Dubuque.. fl ' his May 5-Dubuque Germans at Cedar Falls. 1 4 May 8-Highland Park at Cedar Falls. I I if May 11-Ames at Cedar Falls. xl P V Q May 12--Dubuque Germans at Dubuque. li ft May 17--Ellsworth at Cedar Falls. May 21-Upper Iowa at Fayette. Eg? W 'May 24-Upper Iowa at Cedar Falls. . , Ei The new diamond and arrangement of bleachers last season were a great help and assured i y a better means of handling our spectators. A new batting cage was also a feature. Ll ' A - li-7 3 E in ' I Q OUR RECORDS IN THE HAWKEYE CONFERENCE l 'I Qb T The.Teachersk College holds the Hawkeye Conference Records in the fol- ffl lowing events :- Qt , , A - N ', f 100-yard Dash . . iw. sec. M. w. slremeld ir q 1 Mile Run . s .... 4 min. say.. sec. W. C. schlufer- State Record is 4 Min., 35 Sec.j 4 440'Yard Dash . . . 54 Sec. W. C. Schluter if Q 220-yard Low Hurdles . . . 27 sec. o. chipper- All ef. T li 1 ' , . - .. . . A A2 M119 Run - 2 Mm., 5-Q Sec. Nl. C. Sehluter ,QI ,744 c , f ,,-.J i 12,352 lit? Elwfjji 511. -,,j it it 'U U fg lt -J !,'lv Pole Vault . . . A . 10 Ft., 10 In. Robert Fearing With the addition to this year's squad of Clement Letiell, the Conference record-holder 1U the Discus, and the new men which inevitably show up in the Spfing Term, the Track prospects will warrant the best eilforts of every man ou . ' IL a ig: f4'Q'2 fini' l 1 cf" 'A I' B , N Page One hundred ninety ,...1 -1 s vw Xl wc ,-- -W - 1,,,-- ,,, W i- -,..-17' M. 'X Q 2 Hi- :1- xiap ll 'N-. Tv X-JE ue: . -1 sr, w 1 ,1 f ,MV U "T 4, ' H ' 'ft W ' mr "'-H' 6,5 , ,.4f.,1. V., . -N - 1 A- ..- 1 - .-, . , r-rmmmmmrtlilrat,mmm our lim ham 4 I ,ae 3, ' pr-lJ.L1r ll up lj Ei V al a A E? raifgggrs ffl J il:--14 lrgifi, L...--fa its- 'V ,Pat :ra iff I M ty-.9 ff, 1 - ,f AL .A ,. 4 1-9 'Q wifi! rf- ff iii, qi ,yep ,-. p T r a e k -ali .. ' fil - -Y ,- -H 7 - , - K A- -A X . r . - M The 1916 Track Team had to be constructed out of "whole cloth." Hardly any material of former teams remained. Dickinson, broad jumper, and Wright, pole vaulter, were about all that the Coach could see at the beginning of the season. Hersey and Johnson, hurdlers, soon began to loom-up as point winners,-Hemphill, in the sprints, and Skovlin and VVinn, in the weights, and Brown, in the vault. Had it not been for the fact that the competition last year was so much keener than ever before, this team would have compared favorably with former teams. As it was, we could hardly be seen in the whirlwind of breaking records at the Hawkeye Conference Meet held at Dubuque, May 27th. Five of the Conference Records were broken at this meet, and but for the fact that the track was new, and therefore soft, nearly every track record would have been surpassed. Hersey and johnson placed second and third in the high hurdles, Hersey second in the low hurdles, Hemphill third the 220-yard dash, Cooper second in the two mile run, Brown tied for first in the pole vault, and Wright tied for third in the same event. Dubuque German College won the meet, and at their invitation, the 1917 .meet will be heldon their grounds. The 1917 schedule will include the Home Meet, a dual meet with each of the Dubuque Colleges and the Conference Meet. Nelson Hersey was elected Captain and will make a good leader for the 1917 team. ,J . ' . V g .waxy A ,Q Qs, wg 9 9,9 X are 1 ' 5 1 v. Q Y ra .li.ff3 fig" X' I' S4 't"' N-9-Q tl 1 rg, im Qi 1 U at fi X E1 ,ag l -'x I iw -1 1 1 Af ' I 5 . l Q Q. 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There are now four teachers in this Workg Miss Bertha Martin, Miss Laura Falkler, Miss Hazel Strayer, and M Miss Ruth VVrigh-t. The Work is based on principles that are practical for the teaching of literature in the public schools. Wlork in expression. perhaps more than any other collegiate work, gives to the student a marked degree ol' personal power and culture. Each year this department conducts two contests which are open to all students. Th-e Oratorical-Declamatory occurs in the Fall. while the Dramatic contest comes in the W'inter term. Prizes are given to those receiving the first three places in the contests, respectivelyg and the high grade of work which is done, is a .manifestation of a wide interest on the part of the students. Page Tfwo hundred one x 1 . x" 'Q ,Y-N l 'l f S 1 1 :V-1, A PAIR OF SIXESU qM1d-Wmfef PlayD PAIR OF SIXICSH CMid-XVinter Play s P , Kris fl . rltf Lf , rgiwi bs+.f'l2g,12 it-fa li iii? . Q' lea . - Q' at g, H. w l 5 ' 4 1, . W Q it 2,9-. 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Irene Fox Cliarlotte Rockenthien Anna Hansen Ruby Reese . Leona Short l-lalllie NYalrd Marion Cooley - l 4 I W in 11352 rfiaf 25115 H.J.f-.ig asf J .ggi r D - l I 5'! Eli to in 5 , . 2 1 LU 'r 556 E4 S-'FT 5, E fm. "5 if H. fi- ' 4. U... ,, , 4 5.4, -, 3... .13 Z..-, Fi 4--U rj 53 is 1,1 L. C., X: .,,,. 5 . Q L 2522 ls 9 1-fl' 3 X 2 'VN 2 :- E MACBETH QCommencement, 19162 Page Taco hundred five 1 fi 'W w w Xu Q 'M' I' 15 , QL. W, fix, , f , . 23 ,K Page Tfwo llllllt,I'l'1l .fix CBlC'l'Il QCmmncnccmcn1, Wlo . t , h . ., -l.-i -...raf---ggmylnu,-.-,i Y- - f -. xx -rn.-.imgr ,Y -:-.- -i n - Au -, . .K ,-xg ,. ' Q i' ' -f .Mi 1 Debate and Oratory . N ,, .,, ' 5 'N 1-a-an 1 1 5 ..- at s a ' .4 Q ' ' . N... ' . ' f D. 5: is . i "--, 3 ' .Q 4. - .. X' f .. 5 E . T. : ,-,f l .-.eq 3 -- -- - . ' T' 'P " ' ""i' M'-' -' ' -' -- - . .. ....,... .. .a. - .- -, . . . 4. H. . ..,:.. L, 1 A' 1 ,'. T5 -- '-'-' ----' --- ' --1' .'.- - .-.... In debating, a dis- proportionate amount of emphasis is ordinarily 1 placed upon getting the votes of the judges-wiu- 1 ning the decision. It is too often forgotten that the skill a debater ac- quires in using the li- brary, in formulating a brief, in selecting and arranging material, in developing a clear and forceful style, and in handling refutation,- this is of much greater importance than the mere winning of a decision. Nevertheless, we are all more or less interested in the votes of the judges. Out grand total of fifty-six of a possible points for the last four years, Teachers College has received 235. In Oratory our record is even better than in dc- bate. Since 1896, out of a total of twenty-one interstate contests among five states, the Teachers College has won nine first places. Percival PROFESSOR JOHN BARNES Coach of Debate and Oratory Hunt, now Professor of English in the State Uni- versity of Iowa, brought us the first honors in 1897. Macy Campbell, now on our faculty, secured first place in 1905, and John J. Cherny, at present with the State Department of Edu- cation won first honors in 1906. Then, after a lapse of live years, the Teachers won first Y honors in six successive contests. Page Taco lnnzdrvd seven c C 1 ., Q-, lx .X fy - -V V ',f'f,f 7 .I 4 '.:iQQ'QJ,g,.? 1 pl XQlj,r 'e -, W tg 'L Forensic League 1 I' ' 1i:,,:,t:4--- H . - In , , .. . ...., 'Til H is Vi pf l 'H It if ai ' 1 .ui I J l . 3 ill n 4 ', W ,. 1 f -1 .f 5 ,l .5 I E' El. l i Le 'I Tg ef l B p ,. u fr Q 5. T9 'l el - if all all at mfg iiiilfil 51.1 'A44 T li,,,.. I ' i?ETiFi fyljfsgt i "5 ig -v if l 3 V22 1 Aetljf f ' JV: ,J ff! pf' ff!!! 5 l4'1,,-, 2. if 1 Gladys Hess Helen Hinckson Lulu Sweigard Nelson.Hersey Secretary ' Vice-President Treasurer Preszdent- 4 THE FORENSIC LEAGUE The Forensic League is a new organization embracing the old Debating League and the Oratorical Association. It is composed of one representative from each incorporated and each provisional literary society together with four members ofthe tlaculty: the heads of the English, Government, and Economics Departments, and the coach of Debating and Oratory. The League 'aims to foster effective debating and oratory, and has im- mediate supervision .of all contests pertaining to these lines of work. Financial support is maintained by assessing each society on the basis of its niembership. In return, the League furnishes to each society tickets of admission good for any or all 'forensic activiti-es of a single term. lit is generally conceded that the new organization is an improvemellt over the fox-mer IIIIIIIIIQQIIIQHT, and, for that reason, it is meeting with ll'82ll'i'y approval and cordial support of the student body. , l 1 Page Tfwo hulndred eight 1. v , ,m fr' 'LJ " ' f Z H ,al f ,f ff! gy!!! if off lip 7, if-64... I4 , fi' J the T Fi la 1 L l L-1 p ! 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Ajjirmative Negative Helen Hinkson Marguerite Gregg Ella Chamb-erlin Lulu Sweigard Olive Vine Anna Capellan DECISION At Cedar Falls At Cedar Rapids Coe, 2 Coe, 0 Teachers, 1 Teach-ers, W, K 6 F tl 5143 l W 1 ' i f 1 Q Ez Chamberlin Ville Cnpellan Pdyd Tfwo hundred len A, V.-V-V-...-f , pf 1. 1 7.15.-ff 1 I 1... . W -,ffl Qfzfi 'f9i"'f!Q5 Ve LQ' If ij ff will In 'Q-1,35 p, 1 52 T fl mi lil ll' 3- ZA if E A 4 Qi-2. 5 A all 3 l E 1 E5 l 2 E fi Q , A E ll - X I 5 E F7 . it 2 7 Ciiixl' 2353 , 5-11 '! nw- ...,.: M, 1-s' 2-' LV 1 .M at K9 44 ' 7 if L 'K f , 15 L k 'Jil rv .x. .-3 gf it , A Q, RRR: sr- 1 ' i C4 4 ' I ,ii ' 1 KH U Y., . 1 ,-as 1, 2, , Elfj Es" tifgi ll iff ll ll 1 e fi l at Briden, . Porter White 1 DRAKE DEBATE-March 9, 1917 ' 5 Question: ffResolved, that the United States Governmen-t should own and gf operate all railroads within the United States 5 constitutionalifty conceded." ,, ' Ay7i1'mat1Zoe ' ' Negative sf Earle Powers Hubert Wfhite Kit, John VVinn John Briden 13, Fred Lyon J James Porter ffgfj Xl DEo1sIoN if , 5 At Cedar Falls At Des Moines if Teachers, 0 Drake, 2 H - Drake, 3 Teachers, 1 'li ,Q an 44 5, fi, fl lr ,lx , .y 3 1 if fy 5 "w , f IZ' 5, 5 gg 1 A 1 I A ' 1 x I p 1 4 ' ' Q Vu 2 1 : J.l.' . ,,Q Y l w. l ', , ., - sf' Q l . VN ra 4 . Lyon P'owe rs WW HH Page Taco hundred elefven ,lf 1,5 N, ,W I 1-'l 1 , Sfflll ' fill 1 4 .X :gy N ' 1-5 - fi :M ,gg s, - ff s I Q 4 as A' s M j',la'Lfi5Qii fix!--im is ,"- '1 . 99 R.,-M ?'f2X.R xiii .Nj kiffiei sf, Q ., ul Cfvhrfj. wifi 'fam Li , .l I, 59 Q? 63 gif '19 H E6 f- E3 f 553 22:3 , . . 5555 Barnes Peterson Perrott MCK1tf1Ck i 1 F5 3 U' I wb Q E3 Qt Q : . Pm Q71 A . n DELTA SIGMA R1-10 A' :GQ 'I ,QR ij Ig! Ely I- "MN f tj V9 -LK dx 'Q 53 1 g, n H- If 1, V. 3 fp 95 i'fQ?4'L-E EE 1, is gi-f 1 k- 1: 1- A : Lyon Sage Jacobsen B riden Brown Page Tfwo hundred lfwcl-vc I , I 5 1 3 1 I , v n 4 1 V I 1 P I I 4 Q A , 1 , J l A I 1 i 1 F 5 a i 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 W V l ' Q 1 , I u n . L x. ml ' ,1'1"-if ' W' ' " , 1 E 1 il fx 1 1 5 .11 I' 11 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 1' . 1 1 .1 1 1 I ' ' . 1 . 1' 1 ' 1 1 1 . 1 1. 1,1 +1 1 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 1 3 1 1 , 1 1 M111 25' 1.11. . 1,1 1, 1111 1 I . 1. 1 1 1 11 f 1' 11 . 43 11 .1 li Y 1 ' ' 11,111 l 1 1 1 ' Q I 1 F 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , - 5 1.11 1. J 11 1 ' '11, 1 '11 ' .fE'.1 ,f11'1 1 1 1 ., 12 x' 1.1 A 1 1. 1 If , . 1Ig! 1 1 151 1 . . 11 . . 11' 1.1 1 111 '11 1 1 .111 .111 1.1 11 1. 1 1 1 ,, 1 1 1 -2 i-. I .1 5' ,H Q , . ' ' .115 A' Q f'N . ,, P i"pW mm"'f": GM'-fr e-- e ol 1 e g e E y 6 p . ,a,,, ., ' Jacobsen l iGaarder Roderick THE COLLEGE EYE Sophus C. Jacobsen, Eclfitor Vern R. Roderick, Business Jlalzager Alva Gaarder, Alufmlme Editor ADVISORY BOARD Dr. Chas. H. Meyerholz Prof. S. A. Lynch Prof. G. W. Walters Prof. R. W. Getchell Prof. Ira S. Condit' Prof. Sara F. Rice P1-of. Irving S. Han-1' TO THE COLLEGE EYE l t f rel Iona State Teachers College has issued '1 weeklv Throughout this year Cas iere o o' ' L , . .. . H newspaper-a paper that compares favorably with any other college organ in the Middle West. Editorially, this sheet has gone far toward interpreting student problemsg it has been a potent factor in advancing college interests and in shaping college opiniong it has given us, always, the unbiased judgment of a careful observer. It has increased in circulationg it has expanded in advertisingg it has developed in scope. To the College Eye Stall of 1917 belongs ' ' - ' ' ' ' f . ulex work well done. the credit of a hlgh reputation sustained and o 1 conn P0510 Tico !1Il7Idl'Cd ffllfffffl l 3 Q L v, l 9' 7 ali' i ,Elisa X M, .1 '- -if H, ,h - --pg, ' .- ,l H A 1 - .ff "W . ' '. .' F- .. 4 . ' . T 11 . .. ff. .--m1 1 ,- e O . 1 t-11, - - 1 I L f'f"".-" 'ii' 5'l'v. ' if 7- fy-,I ' hi? , .. . I if fr .. 'H--1 11 .f x PMT' ., -,1, ff5'4'Z"" fr 11 tl 1 ,iii i tl 1A , . ,L Fei --rg Jack F. Sly . . . . Edirol- 1 - Lawrence M. Jepson Busmess Mgr. Q' 5'iwl,55 i llxji' ADVISORY BOARD E' 15 , . Q Dr. Charles H. Meyerholz . .E Miss L111i.-an y. Lambert 2 Mr. R. L. Dickenson I Q Miss Hazel B. Strayer 1 1: gi, f 1 tif li XJ Q in 1 Our Thanks to You ,E The OLD GOLD is completed. For bet- "3 fx 2 ter or for worse it stands-the record of the i ,Q . -. LA , senior year of a college class. YVe have en- S: Nfl gi ga deavored to make it representative-to show the life 215 YOU have lived it- We have done L 4 1, if 1: the best that We could with what we had, 4 W and you are responsible for what we had. l l gg' We want to thank our supporters for all i lg! ,s ' il A-, that they did and for alllthat they intended li. ll! M1 to do. There are, for instance, the sororities T 'fl 5,5 sg and the fraternities. It's rather difhcult to talk concretely about things that don't existg f'f2,1l..l but in spite of their widely reported non- 1 entity, their activities, while unsanctioned by "official recognition," hardly warrant their - K 1 ,fx relegation to the abstract. Whether they be what they are or what the faculty sa s that Y 1? -1 11 they are, is of little momentg the fact re- 1 1 1 : 1 1 - 1 Z mains that they gave us a lot of snaps, and I, We're duly grateful. I I Then there are the department heads. It was surely nice of them to write one page each regarding the progress of their various divisions. In spite of the fact that January first was the last possible date to receive these much-desired articles, March first found a few delinquents still striving to stretch last year's accomplishments into Page Tfwo flllllllffd f0IlI'fl't'lI THE OLD GOLD OFFICE two hundred and fifty words. On the whole, though, the section was only two months late in going to the printersg so the next time, dear comrades, that you are harshly rebuked for having a term thesis a week or two over due, justwhisper "department section" to your over- zealous instructor. And then We have the organizations-the classes, societies and numerous clubs that make our campus life. Outside of the fact that some of them broke forth into majestic verse when they shouldn't have broken forth at all, the results were very satisfactory. And then there's Jorgenson and Sorenson-our old friends sl. and S. XVhy, we couldn't have operated without them. Qlf it hadn't been for the Ossolis and their donkey we'd have been friends yet.l 'florgen would take a picture of anything we wanted and have it ready for us fifteen minutes after date, and if we didn't show sutlicient signs of joy, "Jorge" would take the thing over until the OLD GOLD ofhce was redolent with satisfaction. For all kinds of accommodations, "Jorge," we take off our hats to you! And this is about all that we have to say, There are others who have aided us much- there are some who could have aided us more-but whatever this volume is, it is a product of those in the school who willingly took a little of a full day to make a year-book that would be a credit to their college. Page Taco hundred teen H' W' G , if if My Q , 3, I fm .Y X JI X' 1 x J 1 , v 17,-7 2 is E 1 - 3 wx I s 5 L 5 4 Q P. my 4,1 vga f-. 1 U 3,4 'fs I Aj " 1 , 1 Y. I 7 X-3 'I 17 ,Wi P, Huh-I Y is ffl iii CJ E4 fkliigs E73 4.54 be il L4 Ez 523 I iii! 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L, iw i' ffm 573114 fl, ,fri 'il'-:J 1214 3 lf! ff' Y, i I - , sg if l fx i ,Q 1 H i, , it v IL , K, 1 V 1 i l il, lx l l 'Q 1 2' 3 l ii, . it It 'l igg .1 A g. ---- 1- , ,A . . s--1---f-- ses J---S---e 4 X 5 i Ar1stos r F ..,, -1 v in it - l in e he l he IN TER-SOCIETY DEBATERS Ludeman Sorenson Meyer jorgenson The Aristo society stands for the progress and the highest possible develop ment of its members. It has always succeeded in placing a large number of inen in the different intercollegiate cont'est's. Last' year the society had eleven 1ne11 On the varsity football squadg and won the int'ersociet'y basket'ball champion- ship for the third consecutive time, capturing a permanent' title to the inter- societiy trophy. Two years ago, Willard lflatty won for the .Xi-istos the Mead Trophy for exeelling in oratory. Last' year the Aristos tied with the Philos for tih-e Sage Trophy by placing five ol' the llll'0l't'tDllllQlill'l' debaters. This year. S. C. Jacobsen again captured the Mead Trophy and represents the school in the int'ers't'at'e eon't'est'. 1-lowever, in the st'rug'g'le for literary and athletic honors, the social side ot' the soeiiet'y has not been neglected. llere much ol' the societies' success is due l'0.l'l'lff l0.Y21ll'.Y illld t'o-operation ol' the sister society, the "Shakes" The joint mll'i'i1l'l0ll, H10 lnlllquet, togefther with the "Shakes," and the ioiut social atlairs that have been held from time to time. have been unique successes in everv respect. ' Page Tfwo llllllflffll r'iyl1lr'1'n f A , 5 U , V , A .Y I, , X ' A 4 , 4 I ' --'ii , , X I 1 .' xv! I X- ' , 'l x K X . Vi WP ' X R1 . Q X Q L , 1 . x , X ,, X VX , - I' N Y- ' wif 1 3 :Q ms 1 ,, .-4jf',gL4v' , rjei Q I 1 EW! 1 ' 'r F' L A- i ' f ,, ' s N r , . 1 - A 1' , 1 . 1 1.1 . 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' f"1"" 'rjf , , '- 'G 4 JA. lib. -..,,af',La' fififff- ' ",'5Llai-:' 'gf ,, K l"Lt:.1i'-::ge 1 " 'tt-wlQ:Q:.l-at -----f'-f-X 'PQ--fi'!f- f1.i'i4.1.if., .!.,..q5 s.,-Q Y-V M, .1 'f-Hu, s .x fy 'X 'H 1 ,-:'1 X .L 1 14,11 sk 1 " ' 3 K 'R 'SY 1. 31 5 if 1, 1 L li 1 1 1211 , 1 71. 1. l 5 i2 I 1 1 1 , l. E' A 1 y L 4 . 1 'uit su, U 1 ll- S 1 S: ..- 1 Q X I 1 Z 1 ' l 1A to al i . D I A 1, E,- 'E lx E - F5 I 2 i I Q Q C Q U J 5 ,S 1 31 fl! 1 ,Qi ,Lf EJ: '1 1' E 3 1 M , 1. 111 lg it Ig ', 1 .J eg I 13 -- 1.1 4-A-gy i gjl lg 'il UJ, 1 551 , E1 : 1 1i,.,..l1 ,QI :xii if , -li , ....,, p U, HE, , O r 1 O S E 1893-1917 P "" 'J , , , , , , . - Oo-LoRs: White and Gold ' Momfroz 'fE1:er onwfamd, step by step" OFFICERS Sprmg Term, 1916 Fall, 1916 ' President . A . ' . DAVID SCHMITT President . . . 0. F. VAN SANT ' Winter, 1916-17 6 President . . . C. L. GORMLEY Since its organization twenty-four years ago, Orio Society has been reaching ever upward. In 1893, its organization made possible intersociety triangular contests. Basketball, base- ball, track events, oratonry and debating have been the chief forms of competition, and in all of these we find that Orio' has taken a place quite Worthy of mention. At present, debating is the activity of prominence at I. S. T.'C. A summary of points up to date Will show the part Orio has taken in these triangular events. They are as follows: Orio 145, Philo 140, Aristo 120. This year We shall be represented by the four ablest debaters in the society, viz: Kent, Halliday, Phillips and Motte. These men are determined to uphold our standard and We firm-ly believe that they will do so with the backing they are due to receive from the society. Clio, our sister society, deserves a large share of the credit for making our social events such great successes. As your brothers, Clio, We Wish you the acme of success and advance- ment throughout the years to come. We predict for the future a still greater Orio society, a society that will mean more than ever to its members, a society representative of all that is best in student life. PhilliPS Kent Motte Halliday ff. ,. L-t f'f'1"' 1 3'- ii J 1 K X -X gif, I .2221 ' '51l?tsg'f7'111 X .0 1 1 lL 1 U 1 fe 1 if 2 - l 9 5. -. - l . 1 gh if EE -32 93 u 1 P X 71 tai 151 11 153 E1 5 Q1 1 fifiijflj 4 7 q ze H11 1.1-3 Q 1, l it ffl V Q1 , 1 v 's 1 f Q1 ' 1? , , 1, , 1,5 9' Q 1 jfllf YJ. ' Q -1, 1 Q -N1 'tl ,j fi? 1 A .11 1 5 1 1 3 Q M ifllf Qc' 'f l ' l Page Tfwo hundred lfwenty-four , 1 1 J .E E-.,,,,.,,,,J,,W 1? E X H -.REE Vi-1-H E' EJ.. ' I emma, I31111CJS 1 3 ,, . ,, . , , . ... , INTER- OCIET Y DEBATE 1917 Pllflr' Tarn llllllcfffd I i 6 r i. I l i x i w W L Q 4 1 x 4 Hur II I y 1 W V Y :M Y if H " Elf" --' N 1 .- f - rf, ' -r 4 ' u :V Q ,, 'V -.f.v gr N 1 'i 3, '21 41 ,Q E543 -A Q ,Pug 4' W X 5, 34 . 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' ' XX.s"'l3i'i L mn fl 'l. ,mfg r:.2,,"' ll? ,I ll W 3 1 l I l Q. , l'-, I Page 4 RUTH VINCENT Veda Steck k Gladys Hess J'uliA Bockenth Ruth Kennedy 1 ,g SHAKE ROLL A 4 L Sylvia Peterson i L . RHody Copley 7 . ICH GlAdys Braley Bess Kieth a - 1Sal?Zl5lSClE.IhiSlEi-linntooii MaIjyEgZ?rtJOngeWaard f ,l iliiciggiijggggqg Dolnoiliatiifbbs f Iailfazaaon I EleAnor Jones ElizabEth Jones fi Ilicliig gggfclson Axigldeilelgulghapp 1 f EdiTh Welsh Hulda Zilmar GenevievE McKay Q Q EThel Lennon - L Helen Clarke ' E1Eanor Luse . K K4 2- it 1.1 mi .cg I I.I : 1 5, E. I l ll E '1 I : E ll 5 5 IenniE Mitze G1'acE Wilson :' A PaNsy Ziekmeyer NaN Martin Z l Grace Day MaDeline Nisbet A 1 Wiiiifred Cherry Alice O'Connor - MaRy O'Connor Florence Russel . Lois B1'Onson Alva VoOrhies "' Bernice Weart Henrietta Whitacre . ' 1 Margaret KNight HeleN Vandeveer 1 Olive Sessions Mildred Shank I Elizabeth DAvis EclnA Gibbs Alice Lennon Margaret MulLarky E T VeLma Orris Kathleen MiLler 1 Tfwo l11l7Id7'l'd lfzuwzly-eigllt 22 ie I A ax QQ HT N XV -. .fix xi' f K1 , , x . L ly ' 1 l 2 .if --.f . Hy , , .1 i I Page Tfwo hundred tfwenty-nine X Y J- If, t ,E L N fx I M, ,fx X V. A W f , .VX Ji . 5 W, M .1 Hx pr s ig 'v 2- u Y X, 1 1 n Li ' p V e -Y. . -25 ' .iv il ul 12, rA 31'x X4 1 v N my sg X M 1 '-Vi fx, Vx W 1 -E Hu., I 351 .pq , H xW JJ ,I -, X 'A ' 1 'fi 1 ..-, v - I J ..: ? rl ,Q ,I 1 ifi ' 'J r ,I ax .LJ J H , I, ,ui v J Page Tfwo Y hundrm' Illirly 1 1 ! ffl. 11 V I ..-.,Qg.g'w'.3' . in -v at T . 5 ,, Q ,111 X I if g ""' to rf:?,Ql1il wt- gs gi .3 'X ,V al fl V, ,f ,ff 'fri A4,v ,,A. .hvylit N if J., TL up 1 'rf , K ,fr y . f a- 'Wilfil I flQ.....-l Aix! I 'fig' ,lf 551,17 if I.,-.gif 2-fx, 'R 1 iv 5' PM ff as g SHAKE CALENDAR ' .49 Vinh N . - YV " 5ePt- 21"lVe1111e R039 Nov. 24-Thanksgiving Program Q' 1 S ' pl Sept. 22-Volunteer Program Dec. 1-Book Program V if ' M5 LXR-.2.g Japanese Tea Dec 8 Winter Frog . 'l fl A ' 9- ... ' - ram P ' Sept. -9 Summer Program Dec, 15-Magic Program if Ll Oct. 6-Riley Program Dec 16-Shak -A-' f Ch ' P' V A Shake-Aristo Party at Gym ' 5 C Us 0 rlstmas arty ' Oct. 7-Shake Formal Jan' 1 -gfolunteef Pmgfam " , L4 Oct. 13--"T.C." Program jan' li-Sinful Women , . T I , an. - - ' ' I i Oct. 20-Indian Summer Program Jan 19 Til? fl? Mqslcale I . . Oct. 21-Formal Initiation i 26 E3 C'e.rS rogram ' I , Shake-Aristo Dinner Jan' - ,ucatlon Program , .... l Oct. 27-Halloween , Feb. 2-Winter Resort Program ,Q - 'FQ G CWe hadqsome more candyj i 5 Ni Nov. 3-Football Program Feb 9-PO ular M . P . P2 If CCandy treat by pledgesj Feb' 16 F P MUSIC mglam , L I . , . - amous en 1' 1 - - Nov. 4-Shake-Arlsto Informal Initiation Feb 23-George Washington Pro fam ! 3 Nov. 10-Science Program CGuest Dayj g I I 3 , cM'0.re Candy from Pledgesl Mch 2-Newspaper Program p i Nov. 17-Foreign Program Mch 9-Irish program E3 E EQ "OWL-OGY" P 7 F sul ' . . I I'll not attempt w1th words preparative, ' To mitigate this simple narrative, me Although 'twill stir your kind solicitude , , To learn that, by some strong vicissitude, , A Like many folks in quest of knowledge, I f , We ran direct to Teachers College, 5. -gl . . ' . . 3 n fig And once inside these halls historical E L Waxed eloquent and oratorical. ': . I Eli 1. Q r . . e a 5' p 'g Said Sister Shakes, "You've lived too long 1n College il Surrounded, ma'am, by ancient ologies. u h 2 You have exchanged professors numerous, I I in A Now swap them off for something humorous." . E l L I guess they'll miss their graduate Shakes, l 5 VVhen things get muddled and all mixed, A V And they've no handy book of reference, :ki f VVe've tried to keep them with all reverence. . , ,- - I I " I So Sister Shakes we give without apology, " V, , The Easy Chair presided by our "Owl-ogy," And maidens discreet in search of knowledge now, Matriculate in this same circle of this college now. E El . . 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Pink and White FLOWER: Carnation PRESIDENTS MADELINE WooLroRn MABEL ANDERSON VERA CAFFAL RosE PIPAL ALP'HA ROLL Mabel Anderson Helen Baily Lucile Bently Pearl Childress Marjorie Cheney 'Vera Caffal l A Hope Foote L Rhea Ford Margaret Fitzgerald Eunice Lee Lois Morris Flosella McEnamy Lizette Meltzer . Cl-arine Muller Rose Pipal Emily Pipal Ethel Sadler Gladys Sabin Alpha Tea Alpha Reception Alpha Formal Initiation Alpha-Philo Informal Initiation Alpha-Philo Christmas Party Alpha Tea Skating Party Alpha Reception to Philos Page Tfwo hundred thirty-four Madeline Woolford Helen Willard Marguerite Wallace Mildred Wilcox Olive Cooledge Meda Gallagher Blanche Ives Dorothy Cooledge Mary Artley Marie Butterfield Nellie Belz Freda'Brown Betty Carr Nora Dietel Helen Grey Ella Geneva May Gibson Mabel Huddleston CALENDAR Sept 23 Oct. 5 Oct. 13 Oct. 31 . Dec. 20 Feb. 2 Feb. 20 . Mch. 2 Lorna Hartong Helen Keagy Ruth Maag Ruth Lash Hazel Porter Doris Palmer Ruth Pike Murrel Miller Carrol -Martin Bernice Reynolds ,lean Souter Vesta Rugge Matred XVhitham Ruby VVhitham Ruth YVilson Gretchen Madeiros Alberta YVoodring Morris Home Radell Home . Alpha Hall . San Souci Alpha-Philo Hall . Alpha l-lall . Rink Alpha Hall flf . 1 pf' B ft - r g X'-'-iii? 14 54 E fi 'Ol A U Q I .U Q' Ht? I vs H E, ti r-' i f pig: Es' . , I . ff 1 1 . -1 itil it It blk- 7 ti H v-ff-4 Q-4 N , , Ll .5 - , ll in sv..4 , R, L lf-'i " sq I ixmifl e -V---V-Q Yllgfwl f - ' F 1 E if ? w ' 1 C1 l Uhtmlltq L 'u 1 i ws. 2,2 'I ,X l Y. , 'NT If X L 7771 E Q g, i C A , , W, Y L4 Fu 'Q fr rf- L r , r, X, .ln 1 I lf. . '63, L, 1,2 F., w Vw W f 2 W 4 lr, L, C, L V, 4,6 f VK f. ij' i, ,qu T 1 J , 5 C 1 K , 1 , 1 ,r g in - f li Z. '36 IDF? gi. ' Q14 :TP 'fi-:L-T3 , xj,' ' P-if X .KZ 4 Lak A Ili 1 L., CN Q1 : prix! 21, I 1 . w 5 fffff : r PEL. A 1. --Q 1 -wig yr. 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E A pj1g,Qg.i1i1.g'f4O-9f.iiZii.ii.i'IT'if""'. , f I C . iw- --will iv Pl' izieivq-F-FN' L "b' PM 7. 'rifji jg ,,,, Tj' ,V . ..., 93-1i'it-H. "f7,f,a .Q " X frlkf fix 4 " ffl'1lifAifffif-A-Fl 'il - E 551 a- .ire-fan -,ffmvi 4' ' flsiil "iw li .K f " iflll f fig . ff ' 2 . -I Lafiizaidiifaisgfi. -,2gg-.-- E-a:::1g1fTr.if21sQl1+ ' " ""trt"s't ""'tr'f:'vrl c'1r'i-'jClf:-Vv40 Nag? in-F ia foie ,Xiwyfilii ' ' QXLNX iff? - if ,- ,XV ' 4, V:..M -... - -fr-1:rm1nn-nf---ar --znfliulr' nxzum- V ltr. 'I-'.,'V V 5. i , -' C 1 1 O i ' l Q- i . 1886-1917 ., . l L L a A YI' ,5 15 ac l 7' f flu . H - L-5 ' L il FLOXKVERZ Chrysanthemum COLORS: Yellow and VVh1te t' V ,ip 'ii' . 9 MOTTO: HLUX et Veritas" a , ' 4 V ' L V , if 1 1,3 9-5 PRESIDENTS E 5 Spring Fall Winter ,. V , .V HELEN HINKSON LEONE SHORT RUBY GILTNER L EDNA POLLOCK JACOBA VAN DELLAN ORPHA MILLESON g ! , ij EQ . HONORARY MEMBERS ' E .- W W I Q A . ra M1 and Mrs Begeman Miss VRoberts Miss Condit E N Mr and Mrs. Condit Miss Duncan Miss Liek L P up Mr and Mrs. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mr. Dickenson 2 I Mr and Mrs. Mount Miss Atchison Mr. Sampson .V 5 1 Q V Mr. and Mrs. McKitrick Miss Buck Miss Wagonvoord Mr. and Mrs. Bond Miss Young Miss Thompson S i 1 Mr. and Mrs Charles Miss Wild Miss Elizabeth Pearce A LV 7 he Mr. and Mrs. Knoepfler Miss Childs Miss Hearst , 1 I if Mr. and Mrs. Perrine Miss Carpenter Miss Pierce . I ' Q 5 5 5 i ROLL lrene Berg ' Marguerite Gregg Lela Linder VV g Katherine Berkstresser Esther Groneweg Stella Maiden VVQ Esther Birdsall Margretta Gunderson Florence Marsh - Sara Bishop Neva Gutches Helen McAlvin L Maryeda Boyd Louise Hearst Jessie Meechem V Helen Brown Blanche Henak Lucille Milleson l A Dorothy Condit Marian Henderson Orpha Milleson Ora Davidson Helen Hinkson Grace Miller Mabel Eberhardt Bess Howell Bertha Pitman if Muree Ehlers Mae Howell Elma Rothlisberger Ruth Fairbanks Hilda Jacobson Leone shaft June Fisher Dagny Jensen Bernice Speer ,Vg Ti Olive GUHCS Pearl Kent Gladvs Swift iii -'sr,f - . . - - Jai Ruby Gllmel Evelyn K1Hgd0I1 Jacoba Van Dellan Emma JUHC Grason Helen Klingamen Byrdena YVenger fivgfffi Edith Lick Mina XVilsou L f"'. 122 Q, I 1 ii i is ED 'V X I A V 2' X 1, f 4, , 1 . , 'U m Q N 'H Q Q b 5 R Y N R. H b In Ft 'Q 51 QV. b 95 1 I I f Y 4 I 1 l ' w , A 1 , , . C lik' C' Lb, I-1' 'A DFL 5141- ' L11 , Ly. ' , L, C! V' 5. rig? v ' 1 fifi -gg. till H, I H-11 V: . ij! , L-JC -, Ling , ,id , LJ 1 I1 3 J L, 1 f.- .' 1 U 1. A . V .- 73? LMA, , W , , n I w 1 Page Tfwo hundred thirty-nine 'at K kj! fl V4 Liv T1 F-'E Ay '. if '11 ---,Q ' 1 Fl :5 .fig jk CW 'gi' J fi, '..1i' MV W, E'-J 1 af-4 ' if N ,,., " ,. ,' 1' 'A f E' , A , A fin ' 1 , X , X 1 w , Q1 fx kfx 1 ,1 w ,--,, . 1 1 + i 1 w 1 l Us F A 11,1 iw X, ,S N, fm ix? 1 2 E Ri 43 5 F '45 ri ' 5 gf 'wx .f--Q if me 1 ifwiw-J 115 "1 W J , , r 1 M W A U TN , M if---I , f,---r V T13 Q' 1 ?'ft111 5 Kitty c fiw-E 4 144 Q 15.14 V ,N 1 y ff, , W, 1 .A , , Q' l i-F L :',i 1 . 5 Q4 xi px ,, . Vis Fi LXR mf ,Hi '77 J Jgfl f"4 f-9 415531 Q71 El 1 Y' f 1--J 1,-. Page Tfwo lnmdrarl forly I- LEONA SHORT Winner of First Place in Declamatory Contest HELEN HINKSON Inter - Colleglate Debators 1917 MARGUERITE GREGG Page' Tfwo hund red forty-one 9 X- ", ,.-L-H.. f-.,..,.--. 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My .3 l .j O u 1 1 i 'nh' -eg reread or - f - me xl.. aniifhs fr 5' ' if'-fft'7,! ri, Ti j L ,- -iff. -, ' 3 ,. .- -ui-' - - e .. fy, ,M-.,,,,,,,,, . w Unit, Q-.iii ' i ...illlnliltt it llll1liillQfti'Ax. ,t,g1t.Qllllll4,lull! lilullllllllnilllltb. .9 AA' ,C , .I I v t ll lf. f 1 Ll S: -3 fl .1 if .E fx ZZ' rl if lil ,kit Nfjlli. . v ' ii 1 .l .1 X -Ll 9 '.f i . CLIO REcEPT1oN,191.6 ' - ' ' Clio Society, founded in 1886, has always striven to develop the social nature of her mem- bers and to maintain a high literary standard. p This year has added a most inspiring chapter to her already illustrious history. The year opened with the return of a goodly number of old members in whom the ideals of the society were firmly imbedded. It was with care and consideration that some of the new girls in school were selected to fill the ranks, and as a result the hall has witnessed great co-operation and good fellowship. Our good times started with a reception given to prospective Clios, which was soon fol- lowed, by an early breakfast up the river in company with the Orios. Several joint programs with the Orios were given and enjoyed very much by all. The "formal" given by the Clios was one of the most beautiful of the season's entertain- ments. The gymnasium was prettily decorated in yellow and white, the large room partially enclosed by streamers. Divans, pillows, and rugs gave a homelike air to the scene. At six o'clock the guests sat down to a sumptious banquet. Later in the evening the Orios joined the Clios, and the 'f'formal" was concluded in a jolly and "informal" good time, as all Clio parties are bound to be. The zenith of the rush season was reached in the formal initiation held in Clio Hall, when twenty-four young ladies pledged themselves to sisterhood in the Cliosophic Society. The impressive ceremony under the golden light of the Star and Crescent gave a charm of deep solemnity, and made the occasion memorable for its beauty, dignity, and simplicity. After this, the annual initiation banquet with the Orios was held at the Irving Hotel in Waterloo. But Clio good times did not stop with the end of the "rush" season. Every meeting held a special pleasure. The surprises of candy, and fruit, and salad, together with the many uni- que programs, such as our Conversational Program, the Teachers Convention, the Home Economics Program, and others, added life and zest to the work of the society. 'Clio has lived up to her reputation in furnishing representatives in the activities of the school. Four of her members have served on the Y. NV. C. A. cabinet. Two took part in the mid-winter play. Two were in the VVoman's Debate with Coe College, and it was a Clio girl who Won first place in the Declamatory Contest. 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F l r'f,.5 1, :fl l V i . fj 'T v .,., . 5 - p gk! , 5 bfi.. C 1' . li? 1 ' 'aff .. 1- ir ,April I .'u. N 5:3 , , - .- I 'L Q-,,gJf'I i ' V ,A 3 MFL-.Xl Gisgsili :., -. - 1 t 4, TIFF-zfiilr - If 5 ' 'Jeff qi N C 0 ' fl Uri.f?3r " ,, , . A ri Lg 'Y sl U V ' fig Wil wif MOTTO: "Nulla vestigia restrOrsum" COLORS' Com and Blue 24 FLOWER: Yellow Rose EMBLEMi Laurel Leaf ij Q -i 4 if' il , , if 5-P+! PRESIDENTS if f iii I Ei 2 spring 1916 Fall 1916 Wi""f'f 'W viii! - ' MAY CONNOR Ivy HUNT IAIARI.-Dix SHERIDAN lil iff M WALLACE LMA SPEN If 1 LUCY WINTER ARIAN Z S ' HONORARY MEMBERS gn , 5 E Prof. and Mrs. E' J. Cable Dr. and Mrs. VV. L. Hearst i Prof. and Mrs. C. A. Fullerton Dr. and Mrs. NVCSICY Vvllel' LM .ly it 3 Prof. and Mrs. john R. Frampton Pf0f- and MVS Stone Q fi' Miss Sara F. Rice Miss Monica R. VVild L, , pi .rj -Q Miss Beatrice E. Wilbur Miss Elizabeth Platner K Miss Frances Dearborn Miss Jennie Hutchinson xii Mr. Lowell E. M. 'Welles Miss Irene Piper 'W ' Miss Gladys Hooper Miss Clara Nolte --is Miss Harriet Case Miss Elizabeth Pierce Q Q3 I Mr. Ernest Zechiel R A . NEO ROLL ,hp 3 Leora Clemens Alma Aspen Bernice Eastman Anna Hoover Marian Wlallace Agnes Mcliay fb Q it Anne' Masters Mildred Ross Cuma Mabie ff' l Dale Hunting Blanche Squirer Dena Gillin - Ola Kaffenberger Lorna Bishop Shirlev XVild i 'ri Vivian Muller Marian Oathout Minnie Opfer Bess Davis Esther Oldenberg Genevieve XN'ilson Qin Mary Sheridan Mayme Schnepf lvv Hunt Kathryn MUYPITY Gladys Sechler Lucy hvilllfl' ii Helen Fullerton Mildred Mott Genevieve Staudt P Eva Hicks Marjorie XValker llallie NYard Florence Sullivan Wanda Arney Katherine Osia Melinda Castin Page Tfwo hundred forty-six Mabelle Desing Hilda Frey Ruth Fullerton Grace Xllilliarns Esther Gregson llzrrriet Santee Jxilllil lamghunt i I Page Tfwo hundred forty-sefuen A , ji ii' pr tr "fl XS 'V n , ll: L 4 'YV 3 1 'g P1 1' A f Q . 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' ' ig came to a climax in a beautiful initiation ceremony at "Neo" hall and a very if iiifoi-mai iiiiiiiaiion at wiiiava Hall. A few weeks later the new girls, wishing to have their turn at being XI lp? hostesses, gave the old girls a mysterious invitation which proved to mean a ,pg J ,Ei delightful little luncheon. Since then we hiave had many jolly times. l Q .EQ . . if i is Ei But yo-u must not think that "Neo" means nothing but fun and society. 6 W 1 7 We have worked hard and learned many things about expression, literature, l Q art, 'and music 5 -and through it fall we are forming some of the dearest and 5 3 iii most helpful friendships of our college days. In a school like ours we are apt ,- Q to have many acquaintances, but few real friends. In "Neo" we are making i 1 ,i genuine friendships that will be a help and inspi-ration through life,-friend- L L p ships that will help us to remember our motto: "Nulla Vestigia Rfestrorsunii' 4, i fi- ji Q , . Too MANY. E f Miss B.: "Wh'at? VVere you out after ten last night?" y j j J Katherine M.: "'No, Miss Broeksmit, I was only :after one? l il y "OH, COLLEGE DAYS-" NEO" 4 . -L 5 Little bits of wisdom, The College days v la 6 , Little words of wit, Have their delights, A 'W Anything the Neo's say, But can't C0TI1P31'9 Q, it gtg ls sure to make a hit. With College nights. gig :X r it ri' - L. , fl' ff if - -him, . ff-1:7 A ff- i-in-L-'lei 5 Y Awww-W' 'q"cJmIU'i Tim!! Page Tfwo hundred f0 izc3' 1 f l1"" 1l'1., lglnr ll 1, G07:5f'j-.:?1 1 : s A- .N,,.., , .. . 115 l 11, 11 EW 4 We .,. 'l. l 1, ,1 11 .l, IQL' II, 1. 1 I J 1' l"' F1. 1 .',' 1 ll Q11 al. M11 2 li .1 4 '11 Ql .,,, .y 1. Ill if 1 1 151 1l 11' 'Q '1 I 1? lvl, E 1 in i 1 . 1 1 3 13l1 4 CQ i 1 5. l l - ll. C X. ' C1 K 1, 1 I 3 , IK., ' F1 1 11, . il F" "V fi z NIT? Q .X A his ' I ' 1' 1 ' il ff A-.. J 41.9 fcilj 21 I Lak.- 1 ' x., H lr' 1 fx U11 'iii X an 1 J . -. ,, My 'L L13 I1 ' 1 1 1 1 'J l R .1 ,fq .1 U 1 -tg f MQ ... .1 li 1.,f .-' Ll '. il .1 1 3 1 +11 1 1 IQ lil tl Q li 1 -1 i. ggi fr 535 1 1,151 ll HB1 W 5 U 1 b1fTgl'i2'1 'lfggg ali! 11 1 2. zo 1 .Q1.f'1'g1 f, :iff-1 I , . I I I 1 I , . - ' pu 1st Neo fstandmg near Latin roomj . "What,S fhiff Ilfllse in there' Znd Neo: 'lWhy don't you know? That's the p0n1eS. ,-,iii Florence S.: "You talk too muchf' Alma A.: "You're next." 4 "Where.is the best school in U. S. A?" . Ira: "Ames.,' CI-Ie goes to school there.j There was a young lady named Mott, Had a voice and I'm sure it's no blot To say she could sing, To beat anything, This lovely young creature named Mott. There was a young lady named Hoover, And nothing on earth could e'er move'er. She knew what she thought, And her mind it was sot, She dehed anyone to disprove 'er. 1 AFTER? A PLEASANT EVENING'S COASTING. Doc: "Does your foot still pain you?" Ruth F.: "N-o." ' Dr.: "Does your head ache much?" Ruth F. Cturning to nursej: "I guess not. Does it nurse?" ill- lst Neo: "Why sister dear, did you take a shower? 2nd Neo.: "Why, is one missing?" I U Vivian M.: "I hear that the daintest muslins are made from the fiber of the banana tree." Anne M.:"'Then they ought to be easylto slip on." N. B.: "The regular ,meeting of the Neotrophian Society will commence at 3:30 Friday and continue until further notice." fSome Meetinglj A EPITAPH. NEO SIDE SHOXV ATTRACTIONS. Shortest Neo-Mary Sheridan. A lady named Hunt lies here, , . T , . N. Let us pause to drop a tear, Thinnest INeo-Ixatherine Osia. 'Twas Math that killed the lovely daughter, Most Serious Neo--Marion Oathout. Biggest Neo-Bess Davis. , Noisiest Nec-Hilda Frey. Condit's Calculus finally got er. A A BIT OF NEW ADVICE. ,, . . . , You can't drlve a nail with a sponge no matter how much you soak xtf' Turn failure into victory, Don't let your courage fade, And if you get a lemon, Just make some lemon-ade. WHAT THEY ARE STARRING IN. Hanky Panky-Florence Sullivan. Qirl of the Golden Wlest-VVanda Arnev. Little Women-Dale Hunting, Blanche Squire. Common Law-The Faculty. Man Hater-Marian Wallace, My Lady of the Slipper-Eva I-licks, Slim Princess-Lucy Winter. Page Tfwo hurzdred iffy i1",+' . F. .5215 EZQH. FQ .-f'.f Y' I Qef-fl' 1- se. E? il? 'i tfgx - . l-K3 - 11 J' el! .f i 1 . 5 l 1. 11 i 5 M. 1 i 5 1 1 11. I 1 H . 2:5 E 11 '. P I if E+' 5 . 1 ij . ,,.. 51 1' 1 ...J L 'J 'T fri F 5-1. 9-"x L...-4 1 Q 1 33' . 1 .af sg iii A Mil? :iii "' "TT: .tgp 'VL .yzxrix Q 2. My J Page Tfwo hundred fifty-on I L 1 . , W , , , 'I 1 . ' T w 3 ,II 2 i', r ff L 2 - ? 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' .li :Iv - , '4-EKJQN 0, N E u 19.1 1 a n 3 COLORS: Green and White FLOWERS: Smilax and Marguerite EMBLEM: Crescent and Feather MASCOT: Homer, the White Elephant MOTTO: "The higher we rise the grander the view" PRESIDENTS Spring Term 1916 Fall Term 1916 OLIVE VINE ' FLORENCE KITCHEN GRACE HILLIER ANNA NORBERG Mr. Lynch Miss Nisbet Mr. Mitchell Mr. Peterson Verna Auten Ena Auten Georgia Allen Gladys Barnes Grace Barnes Edith .Cole Hazel Cole Beulah Dodge Grace Erickson Estel Hale Marie Harrison Ora Belle Hicks ,Jf JL- HONORARY MEMBERS Miss eDuncan - Miss Martin ' Mr. Getchell Mr. Meyerholz Miss Tagert ROLL . Grace Hillier Florence Hood Violet Hockspeier Maude Howell Ferne' Johnson ' Acksa Kingdon Gaye Kane Nellie Kluse Florence Kitchen Florence Lee Sylvia Lukenbill Kathleen Morris Elsie Walleser Winter Term 1917 SYLVIA LUKENBILL MYRL Rrs'rrNE Miss Schuneman Miss.Askey ' Miss Burton Miss Charleton Leona Meier Lottie McPherson Mary Barkhouse Lenora Pendelton Florence Price Beulah Rowe Myrl Risting Olive Stake Lula Sweigard Adelaide Thein Ruth Titus Mary .Welch QX, l l ff 5 iii", 'xiii L fi? f 'X f' ' P- l,f'X Nl .gm flu 2:1 flint Lalfl Fri? fl c,. il Ile' U ri . ' J I lk V K. l y I Q! , -V Sie Ei D E, E. :. 2 l AV L ei D it it LF l I I ,: K , I n C err 1 fr rr Nw. 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I llffi COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: White Carnation Morro: "Fit Via Vi" ' fi -i-'a 5 i A Lffi PRESIDENTS fix Cl DORIS MAHANKE ALVA GAARDER Briss WILLIAMS Q DOROTHY HOUrs CAROLYN KEMMANH MARGUERITE MOTTBT HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Mount Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Mr. Samson Mr. and Mrs. Fagan' Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Miss Pearce - ROLL L Alice Beanblossom Alva Gaarder Edna Smith Lucille Bell Grace Harvey Mabel Strong Fl Lucille Bingen Lucille Hall Gladys Sewell Florence Black Julia Harrison Vivian Shearer Lola Carter Ethel Howard Sina Spiker Iris Crawford , Carolyn Kem-man Bess Spencer Gladys Christie . Myrfh Koto Edith sweet Winnifred Curray Bertha Logsden Ethel Schilling Hazel Curran Marguerite Mottet Stella Tenold Lillis Day Margaret McKercher Bess Williams Alma Erickson Edna Miller Meta Warner I Alice Fowler Ruth Foskett Meta Fricke Mary Gilmore Tfwo hundred fifty-eight Mabel Miller Adelphia Mitchell Beulah North Sara Schuler Iva Walker Mildred Warner Joy Wilcutt Gladys Parker Gertrude Reynolds .S i. . 'un ,, , " H.- , fix .QR 1 x Q 1 .ig W .I xr' F .XXX -4 -.Y -L.. Nm.. -gs., ,: ,,,.1., Nxxw X ., f S' - I 5 . . 3.3 .K Q X.. N X . N r X 1. wi . N . iigfglxw iii- '- xi . x Y KX W E 1 Page Tfwo hundred fifty-nine ,,,,, 7,772 , , ' I : 1 IV' , 4, 2 Q 3 . 1' -, 5 1 5. , Y -4 i 5 5 5--. 5. 7 I X: J' 'K 171' Tj I w 'px Ijlf lff ri' 2 , Q QW , ei 5 ur: 51.13 ,IVX A fffii ,V L rw Y I w 1. J- qi X ww' V '1 kj, ,, 11 P -Q 5 I - f 4 , I .44 X, iff! 2 w 1 , . . x, 5 'vs 2- ajf c s f V' I 'u lfa E af. 2 I ,KH . 'I 1' 1 ,3 .s PI S i if X K' .1 A 2 1 Vw' f ' - f .. ' 1 fr!! . , . ,N , Q5 '. 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Mr. Paul: ffMiss Logsden, wh-ere is Egypt ?" Bertha: 'fIVhy, I think it's somewhere in South America." l g . 4 1 Lucille Bingen is absent minded. Listen to this as the title of a talk for a Valentine program :-Thanks giving customs in - - V' Margarite Mottel, upon taking the chair as president: UW e will now dispense for a short recess. 77 Lola Carter: f'May I be excused? I want to- make a train." Voice: f'What are you going to W make it out of ?W ' I' 1' ,L jg v If 5 1 1 1 I -,M U . ml 14 ,Z M: ,vw 1, i Y A 'J ' pfylp. lil' 2 rw -ff 174 ,g,e.,1fef,,4?f ii H S". Vit Ewa aj L' as Ki ..,. 'S 5 Y' ' TS nm ifglmii tel I gil Q H 2 it 3 :gi P 31 Fi Q lit 2 ," N F bl- I ., V l iw? f za '- ' it fi" ga A 535, I 1'-.2 il gf fl irq 3 H I F7 L il: -Q' in I IT' ii 1" , lf? I 1 tif H iii il 3- ifnlfjxi ?Ti'3l I Ji e- :Aj -,f ylsfui Q I J1' Ti it la Qt'.',i ' S-'Kiki 11,57 I gi ,I .,j nf' H :Lift ,ei I- , I I Page Tfwo hundred sixty-one x i C ,,. Q ? 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QL K-1 .3 F! 31:--,Ki ti EQ 52 P si 5 ?::'X NH if A I E' 3 il Xiixl . - ll-Y fi 73.2 Fir? gif as ff I U ir: fx LQ' 1 ip 1 , ' K I A XXL:-Q1 glint A: w N. xv .X .K m ...N - X1.-' SJ 'lf' i xxx. 'gl N Qui . iii LN L J, 'iff 1 I ' . I 1 'I---Af'-f--iii! nl A-,rl Jn. -fe - mg 'Q 11 'ni H A Lu' ww 'M' " "W ' .V . . lf flu tl ll. ,.' -ffl .ml.lI1l2l1mlllM.uwmlilluu-um.m..1mulllll7Illia C illlllllllllllllll l mm I I I .Ll ll .miiu E'-211' E . , M X 3 .fx bx..e'5-1 .ni nl .' 1 if' QW fi".-ffl. X-V-in 11:2 W vi' 2 1 VE T .k .Eff V., I I Y ' N H. PH.: 11 gy 1.-X., W , K Y 2 I C ' ' W ' ---+'i:'v.-..' -L ,. g., ,V X x, .V , L . ,Y - .... . . x, . . 5, 1V,,,.. V Y I' n H o m e 1' i a n U : ' CoLo-ns: Delft Blue and White Motrrro: '4We seek the best" EMBLEM: Lyre and Laurel Wreath C FLOWERS! Sweet Pea and Fern MAsco'r: White Horse B PRESIDENTS Spring 1916 Fa,Zl1916' HELEN VIETHS BIABEL HARKIN u VVifm5er 1917 Q ELLEN ROBB MERNA MORSE FACULTY MEMBERS Pres. and Mrs. H. H. Seerley V Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gist Mr. land Mrs. R. N. Mcliiitrick Mr. G. W. Samson Laura Bailey Irene Burk Olive Cartano Dona Corcoran Neva Gallup Callie Gabrieflson Justine Granner Hilda Ganger Marie Herman M-ary Hathaway Viola Kreuger ACTIVE MEMBERS Pearle Long Bernice Law 'Lora Lee Merna Morse Ruth Misbach Celia Natzke Gertrude Noble Elma Prickett Merle Packard Bernice Ravelin Alice Ross Hazel Richardson CELIA NATZKE REBECCA TATE Miss Margaret Oliver Miss Anna Wild Miss Anna G. Childs Mrs. Potter Ellen Robb Ruth Sheldon Alice Swickard Selma Schumann Mable Turner Rebeca Tate Mabel Tanner , Mae Webster Elsie VVild Vera YVinteroWd Verna Zarr ,JY ..f li., ,F 5,71 nr,,, ,,, 1 ,E 1 7 f ffl' J 5.1 ' 1 I .. ,,f .1 , ,v 1 . L ,.. 1,1 R1 . ep, ,Ls f f I l Lg . R 1' ' l e ll 1 1 l lx D, gy. f- ' 1 tri l Lak . g l leg E . ' 1 1 pw ad .j ll C l 1 Y A .-4. W -1 4 V ti 1 : . iff 'gi 5 ii fi 5. -'E EI E- R. ""' Meta Leftivich , . 3 iz T' 6 JTQQT . if frigid! J. 1 f.1..wW-M--11 fl - L - .ff ' 1-. .A .1-, ., . , -J-:UL "" C515-77'7UU13331 '- '7"'Xt-g"t'AWA' mt""'1"?f. 'fiiff ' ' 'igiffx gl if 'LLLLM JV E.- LL xg, AvgHr--'--f-A-'-----I-'F'-'ir' .Ktf j .Pj I, iw...---W-Q-A 1 E X .Qi Lin..-fr: L, 1. . rf' V ' , f.,. 1 ' .fl 114- f """"'Z'1'Ti7T3Ar f---', ir'i'f ' "' -""'f- V . E - " . ' 'ff' T-' 1 --"'l...---""'T-J 'fi J- "' '- Q?-'."...:.LiT"i. "" gilfiijgii 1 , MF? PL 5 J -,i's.f3'1J--fit fn: 'ft' '-,xQj3g t1V,QCi3'1U3'JQJ.EgQ5g,ft-'-----N-mtwww'--' 'TA t' t it' "1'i ggi. if . , Page Tfwo hundred szxly-three K f 7 I XX 1, v 1,1 , I' F 1.5 ij 11 I sy A UQ H Ixlxyxi 5' f 5 I 'W I i As ,V . I fi I x '5 ff: 5' f X Y 1 r 5. M l X' 'l'3,'1ffq 3 I 35:1 x 1 Eng! . 1, 'A x.,. ,ri f. Ei l-Q J F f 1 1 v 1 Xfil I K1 Q? ff: aj ,Hy 1 ff' . , Y 3 Page l 1 'J , ii' ' f- .- ei? : Tfwo hundred sixty-four . 5 - Sf 1 J I 5 ,F SL. RQ. s-. LZ fri. .4 sf. '-1.1 .-,sl .. -si ..,g, :'-i J I f I N , ,. N , 1 , 'Y 1 A? , , L T I Q . 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C 5 " E E iifelf-maggie'zgifrgg igzgggrx 1315- if l 3 15, f5,igq,,gi , .,A R' V, , A E' g.if3QgjTiE5f'f exit-555251139133 Q ',.'7TQfjQW"A 'I W 'I' 0 A QA E P fkglfal " SQ page . ' 3 .gg M a - 7 4 feral A1 REBECCA S SOLILOQUY 43, ' c . I I 5 . is , I' ' Last month, I Was a consistent feminist- i 2-' I f and so "advanced" Simply Wild about Suf- fe, C L frage and VVoman's Wolrk and all that-but .inf 4, I since He was here aft Easter time, I don't 9 U if 1 seem to care about anything "worth While" QC, If -not even the Vote. I just want so-meone to i R ga . come home at six o'c1ock every -evening, and Q fi L iill the house with bayrum and tobacco j smoke, and put the screens on in the s-pring, and the cat out lat night, and fix the radiator E I y and -'floo-k at the furnace," and bully the 53 ' A cook and say, "There, there! Never mind! 5' ,I 55, Let itshusband do its thinkin-g for it." I 2 1 t want somebody to tell me how the country E p l ,I ought to be run and-abut th-en, Mrs. VVa1ker E I 'I says school teachers should be discreet - - E 12 ' E E . so - - - - - ,. W- -E 4: I t Sl 0 - I 5 Y r11M1sM. U , gt A L Q I ,ll Gertrude Noble :A "Oh dear! My arms are so tired carrying these story . l Q. . L 1 Q. fl books around." V 5 g if Pearl Long: f'Just smile, kid, and be glad you aren't an oct-apusi' E ' E 1 IN DEEP WATER, ' E Q' Mr. Walker: "VVho are you going with to-night, Miss Herman ?" 5 -E . 5 Ma-rie: "E'er-really, I c-an't remember the name." I 3 E t I : E 'i I F: I' FACT. 'iv r Merna Morse fanxio-usly calling the meeting promptly on timej: f'Let's 5 I ' call roll quickly before all th-e girls get here so We can collect money for iinesf' E E L : . v , 2 6 ' 5 -? ' E ' ' I ' 2 5 .. GOMPROMISE. , E- - .- U . 2, Vs Presudenltz f'We can't seem to be able to agree as to whether We shall put E E . . Q Mr. Seerl-ey's picture on -our mascot, the White horse on the frontespiece of I ' if ,yi our section of the annual." if 5 Q.: - - . - . . ' L ' Metta Leftivich finnocentlyb : CKMISS President, I make a motion that we .... compromise and pult Mr. Seerley on horseback." pf Q53 lex . - ,A H 3,9111 - -. e ifrgffiT'f"I325l'.3E,. E "i' 1 N -N . I I.. uk. -el I, S .'VA, ' , ' . 1'--.BEN -Ai T--Nj, We "-.V-l3s:5,...l's,-f1,Re,.k.Ak...sxalxidx I , 1 1-I A 11 lc. ga me L Q- all E 5.,.Q.,,.i,.y-,,X A J 2 V """"'-' iv-A Li lk H-, Page Tfwo hundred sixty-.six x ,B C. L C, 1 v 'A x ,- X , X E tg T 1 .L. ci 75 C, ,Q if-, " N fptx I ,V ' Q fmmw X- X X fi! X H 1 ff' ,1 ' Si 1 -A fm! if f :V F 1" I ? xi ff-xr f If N552 f 1 Y , , STXQ D, ! Y .la K , liars H ! ll eil' ij' Q' . ' ig!! fi! ,Lk gill Lili' lg? iii L-I ef' l, gg if IQ Tix XXL Vx, fl . . ,.,,, 151 K3 1,1 C13 K K' pan I 1. U F? I' 1 V73 :jk iw La tvwx gif' ii? E-XR L 1 :QQ Sfia , If I if 5 1 i 1' 1 I r ef f EW'-X EK' HN ffl- , , : f : i :gr V V , I - Wx Page Tfwo hundred sixty-swefben 1 x 1 f l Q f mm., , , f th, ,,, -1 , J I i f' " '," 1 p Bite Db, ' gf J-, 53" f'xi Fixx in-fs . , . .. . ,f . X . 526 iii f il 1 1 L ' ts gi Mit Qtr- li 5 Ll Q V: .L L fix -2, ., E - 'W it 4' 5 Ei E l 1 A 'El J 5 T I ll A i I F' .ii F '11 l , , Li igl El ,lmli . .vhs lpfmfl FQ . I- .--- J 2 AW' i Lili! Y aw 1 in , - fm M e ,fr .. ,, , Y fl I . xf ,F if ,V 'f ,K .,! 1' 'l I fl! if 115.71 i l , x 'I F "1 ,tl t Q l ., ,I '-X ,N i l 1. E. g..--f' Hofnerianisms For any matter of Law 'task the Zarrf' Mae YV.: 'tCouldn't do it for laughing." Hilda G.: "Oh, 1,111 all enthused." Bernice B.: 'tOur Musical Genius." ' Iren B.: "Our fDutch' Girlf' Justine G.: "A good substantial Honrerian girl in more Ways than one? Ruth M.: UOur Militant Suffragist. ' Laura B. was talking to on-e of the training school children and question- ing her as to her progress. The little girl proudly informed her that Miss Pi-ickett h-ad taught her to Upuncliatef' Nlblell, dear," said Laura, "and how is it done W 4'You see," explained the child, ffwhen you Write Hark! you put a hatpin after it 5 and when you ask a question, you put ia buttonhook. 77 "Swez" and HLee," after a -prolonged discussion about getting new room- mates for the next year, decided to room together, as they refused to give up their present room. ' - G0MPL1MEN'rARY ? Lora Lee Cto criticj ,: UDid I give that all right ?" Ruth Sheldon: '4Yes, but for piity's sake' stand sothat your feet will at least know they are neighbors!! , l . MAY, 1916 .N - . ,. LFYV I ,.', ' 3 7 ji, . , " ' 1-1-w Page Tfwo hundred .sixty-eight r -.EJ . y, A utr: f yr g ,., , ,nf . rf! tl .3 if .N , 0. if f ,' :Z .1 .5 yjrjl gil ? UU it . it i ,LK 51+ K 3 z-lt g ,: ,., , fi? . . ,f V i LT gift? UAE M if is 3 :Ei Q ij gn avi 'Lu 1 .-.ss . -11121 iffvlfi 2.-1: 1:5 L, :Wgfi A-7. Y: l a. ' XE L 5 i- wk. v. ' 5 r x A, . 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CURRY J EAN ROBINSON ' Miss Sicoheld Miss Carpenter .Miss Correll Miss Burton Miss White Gladys Bird Ethel Baldy Lucille Bartlett Amy Bl-Oxham Esther Brown Edith B-ryan Sophia Busch Zella Chamberlain Bertha Charlson Coretta Cool Ssarah Cummings Grace Curry Emma Drunnmond Zylpha 'Erskein Lois Fitzgerald Martha Fullerton Iva Giles I fl, . M -.,' H,.'n.,A-J, I 1. L' i, :R 'rf il H ,f , ,fl , 2 if Page HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. Mr and Mrs. Berkstresser . and Mrs. Stone' ' Mr. and Mrs. Wa.lters Mr . Merchant Miss Johns-on ROLL Esther Hanson Ann Hiatt Velma Hiatt Martha Hiatt Evelyn Hintz Grace Karges E-dn-a Lage Ella Lage Irene Lewis Ora Mackland Lelia Marsh Mahala McCulloch H-elen McDonald Elba Miller Irene Parnua Dorothy Pockels Mary Port-er Jean Bo-binson Alice Robinson Theresa Rahower Gladys Schneider Iva ,Schlatter Celia Spencer - Ruth Smith Ruth Sweezy Beulah Taylor Myrtle Tyler Lucille Watson Laura IVellen-dorf Ylfanda Willits Marguerite VVorrell June Wfright , 1 .gs SD 0. ri .mf .J in 'I 5: El E 5 5, fi ,e EJ Ei II ll :I gn a -1 55 -E -2 Eu I ff, K . Q Ex N i J - Q, ff, . R- R '- Qia sQ1sl2l all - P , .. . -ge iL:llf511..x-i I Fir. . P 5 1-1 . A,.. . ' ',' ' ' - V g' ' . . YX'f"l ..,. . ' I ff". f I I if ' 1 if is C2 ":.1..4:l 51519 Q I O ' 'J' 1--'1,,,'i ri : ru? Q13 .x O ' K is XLA X I Dv .z FW . .LMI KJ V' E1 C2 5411411 gg i I 15 ll E 3 I sw - H U D' - f 1 f A. . Af ' 'Q I Q. I C . we f ll 2 , I . 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IE? 3 I I: If gI+I I-'I I U '14 gf kb :L FQ Q Qi! .fx Z5 If PROPHECY H Ma11y:vea1's have passedlaway since the happy days I spent in Iowa State lezlcllers Lollege. W ell do I 1'6l11Gl11bI-31' the Chresto girls of 1916-1917 and my recent journeys have brought me in touch with many of them once more. Last 1 year we spent in traveling by aeroplane to various points of interest. Our hrst desire was to visit 'thbg dear old college. You can well imagine our delight in Ending quite a number of our old society mem- bers in that city. I must tell you how royally we were ent-ertained in the President's cottage. The President's name will not interest you, of course, until I tell you that the President's wife is our own w-ell known Gladys B. Gladys seemed as happy and as cheerful as ever, even though her ambitions to become- a great mu- sician were changed to other channels. . Lois, Myrtle and Jean were also located in that city and had positions o-n the faculty. The girls told us about Z-ella, you remember Zella was always fo-nd of nature study. She is no-w located in Minnesota, having a position as co- worker in a plant mythology company. The next po-rtion of our journey found us in a small Dakota town where we were forced to sto-p for repairs. In'the dining room of the hotel we noticed a very familiar looking face opposite us. We decid-ed that this person was Esther and mad-e ourselves known to- her. After some rather delicate question- ing we learned that Esther still retained th-e name of "B"-being engaged in h-er ch-o-sen profession as Primary Critic in th-at town. We spent the evening with Esther, talking over old times. She gave us this clipping taken from a Wlashington, D. C., paper. ffMiss Helen Mc, one of the pro-minent club .women of this city, has made a very excellent contribution to the Fashion World. She has perfected a lovely hose made from straw which is sure to become a valuable substitute for the once popular silk variety? Fromthat town we had a wonderful flight across the mountains. to the lovely little village of Hanford in northern California. The chief attraction of that country is the open air theatre at Hanford. In connection with this theatre is a training school for actresses. We found Leila, Co-retta, Evelyn and Elba doing very -effective work as professors in .the department of Aesthetic dancing. A trip through California is not complete, however, without a sojourn at Long Beach. How many friends one meets in such a place! Among the early arrivals last season were Emm-a D. and family. Wh-at a surprise it was to learn that Emma ever reached the point where she could confine her affections to one man. One afternoon we went to San Francisco to m-eet a great ocean liner from the East. We were so 'happy to be the first to greet Ruth, Bertha and Edythe, our missionaries who were just returning from China. K . 4... l 'E 'rm 1 I gif ,I .J 'lg s lea" lj -il 4 T l E I . , . 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They are very happily situated in a lovely lakeside home. Sophia gave us very pleasing information about Theresa R-. and Irene L. B-oth are well known and popular Hction writers. Zylphila is applying her superior knowledge of home economics on the prrairies of Illinois. - We made a hasty flight across the country to New York. There we found Grace C., Amy B., and W andla W., three of the most popular movie -actresses in the city. Grace told us that Gladys S. had been spending the best part of her life in the Red Cross Service in France. , XV e returned home late in the fall. The only sadn-ess connected with our trip was the fact that we were unable to hear from everyone of our old girls. We have every reason to believe, however, that wherever they are, they are living up to the true ideals or fthe Chrestos. R. S., 1917. l .Q l ll? 1- l X i 4.1 1 1 , .. 54 53? l Sf lf 4 6 E E. l E 3 H l ig U gi 5 : A ul' ' l 2 5 ., . Q I 1 'F' E I ui Q '- : 2 5 u l. . I 1 i 'A El 1. 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H One st-ormy night Irene was enter- ing "Spec" from Ft. Dodge. Look- ing out ffSpec" said: 4'AWful night-not fit to turn a dog out intof? r Irene fholding open th-e doorj : "Goodnight, 'Spec' I' Miss Strayer fin elocution' class-J : "Interpret FConcord, roused, forgot her old baptisimal name! " Helen Mc: 4'Why, Concord was full of Baptists." BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. Lelia: UCan a man tell when a Woman loves him ?" Chuck: "He can, but he ought not to." ' "We do all our cooking by -electricity here." Wllake this egg out and give-it another shock? H. M. entered one ofthe grocery stores on college hill -and .asked the pro- prietor if she might use the telephone: He, in gracious manner, directed her to the desired instrument. The person on the other end of the line asking H. Where she Was, received the reply, 'fOh, 17111 up here in a dinky little grocery store." ' ' QQ- --4,3511 A J ff- if Q -Q if Q1 X x QW . , YK K . sill lf'-ll'l.l Ill! Ill Il' ' ' - N ' " Ifllll ' i' '. 2 ill' I I ' it . 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' 4 A " 5 1.-. f Ldlntfx .f ' Z e t a P . il 'xs ,J . s I -.U An u. vue!-iii 5. 1-'-1" " -"5 .. COLORS! Rose and'Gray MASCOT. Black Cat FLOWER: Pink Rose Morro: ttWe seek th-e truth" PRESIDENTS ' SPWLQ Fall P P V ERA JOHNSON llflARCIA DAIGNBIAU BIARIE I-IowE ELSIE NARBOR Winter ' Critic Dr. and Mrs. Crist Mr. and Mrs. Condit Mr and Mrs. N-ewton Mr. and Mrs. Perrine Mr and Mrs. Hersey BLIARJORIE METCALE . MAMIE WRIGHT . Miss CARPENTER HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. McKitrick Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mrs. YValker Miss Buck Mi-ss Falkler , I Miss Call Miss Young Miss Roberts Miss Hoskin Mr. Salter ACTIVE MEMBERS ' Florence Anders-on .... -. . .Primghar Elizabeth Bell ........ West Branch Esther Brockschink ....... Peterson Dorothy Brown .... V. . May Cole .......... Marcia Daigneau .... Phil Duggan Edna Eastman ...... Ethel Ehlers Sylvia Hoffman ...... Isabel Hayman Marie Howe. Amy Johnson Louise Johnson. . Dorothy Lamb .....Grinnel1 ........Pel1a . Austin , Minn. . . . . .Dubuque 0 ' l 0 . l . ..Austin, Minn. . .Maso-n City .VVest Branch . . . . .Clarence . .West Union . . . . . . .Lisbon . . . . ..Austin, Minn. Luba Lamb ...... . .... Rock Rapids Joy Mahachek ....... '.Austin, Minn. Frances McLaughlin . . .Anamosa Marjorie Metcalf .... .y .... Prinighar Pearl Miller ...... . ..... Cedar Falls Elsie Na-rbor .... .... S hellsburg Mary Ormsby. . . . .Cedar Rapids Elsie Pratt ........... YV'est Liberty Ruth Pritchard ...... Buffalo Center Mae Russ ............... Iowa Falls Eleanor Sweeney . ........ Peterson M-arie Whitehouse. Sioux Falls, S. D. Marjorie White ............ Marcus Mamie Wiiight .... .... . ..... S alix KX-F yr . . ,Nj A. ajft I -H , ia- . W mln-3,---ulelllliQ":1lImu J + in . - A -ww' R llllffiql' R mmm!mulmrnluiigra i..r 1 l , ',,,,f,,,,qqlnln:u,n- Q ' ...null U I' .ya Q l!.....,, -. I. --L - -... will, L, QSJL It ,i' I . I J 1 my n n Illll M u . . . .Rock Rapids Leah Wyant . . . . . . . .Shellsburg E-OE f'i"f's G Ji Carl: ,N ., A PEI9i7ffEffEfi1'Q1iLifffQ'zzfzrirrrlffjxit-OTwf'tg1j"WP'g,f'gf5C'lfffR:fiit'C ' f,,..f .... I 'iii fy " 4 ' -ml ,A Ag, xffxxVI1l11'..T'f"'fl'1'f1fgvV:,,"":""""'i"" M' ""' " ,.L:vQ.f -R 75. W' V' If .1 "ff E I -L E ' X? lfjl'.tig1g:i:.:fg.11..3 fx Q-lf If wig . R R j Q-,Rf V in ,'ff5?222i1ffi?2zii'f:E?:..fifAi'12z'?Tf,,fi 44.5 if may -- -- 4- - -' -- - "'-' ' " X ,Q-Y--------ff---'fl---"-:,'.wg.1:'3..:-GJ". , 'K 1, 'N ,. .f f ffr'f'uiTjj415f'Z-e--'-'---'mt'-"-""'- H Y, . .Ag . ..,,,, ,,..-.. .,,.-,... I Page Tfwo hundred sefuenty-sefven ff 'Jw If 1. v we ith ta? Page Tfwo hundred .vefucrlty-ciglzi L ...1 fig I .V If I , dl -el 1 . l , si!!-,rll . ZETA Ck. ,A HAPPENINGS rsftgil 'E FALL TERM, 1916 E5l,?f..,,lf Sept., Srdsweek-Back again-Back again-Back to Society for me. . itrgiif, .Xxx Q The hrst week of school. ' a ' . - -- ' . - - . ft., It U bept:3f+t2hl':fElg 6z'fI?gg,sZix, Plcmc 011 3 foggy Saturday morning and the exhilarating sight fisfJai'.gg-4 ' ' ' m' ',. P' Coffee. and Fagan are synoymous terms. "1 'Ruslungw reception at the Cafeteria. in Oct.,t1str week-Informal Reception where Miss Carpenter's advice was, that the only way ii .x V o get a man at T. C. was to expend 551.50 and buy a "School Man" which could be lf 1.1 carried conveniently under one arm. D A Oct., Zrnd week-Plans for formal banquet started. ff. "T EXE O Viisleacresc appointed to plan torture for new members. , ct., Sr wee - nitiation,-with victims scared stiff A . - zxfmi ' ll 1 E11 Oct., 4th week-The formal banquet at the Russell-Lamson Hotel 'er' l ' Mr. and Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Condit were our guests and they added clever toasts and A1 ii 5: good spirits to our company. 3, Nov., lst week-Bills paid by the fines collected. - E l 5 Nov., 2nd week-We start to have pictures taken for annual. iii 1 Nov., 3rd :week-Picture taking still agitated. T Nov., fl-th week-"Annual"' committee appointed early. ,I . Pictures! The early bird gets the Worms! Note: The proofs'are the worms. AEI 7 Dec., .lst week-X-mas Program planned. gf, , 1 Pictures! On, on! Ye slow and bashful Zetas. lf? 1 Q is ,- 17 -l i 1 . . WINTER TERM 1916-17 13 1 f 1, . ' it 2. Dec., 2nd -week-Xmas party with the chief interest around a grab-box full of-Well, for one thing-a Jar of balm, a family remedy for all Zeta ills. I 5 Dec., 3rd week-"Our dear teachers" give us a Xmas vacation. ,E gp Q Dec., 4-th week-Santa brings a husband to Loretta Arnold, a 1916 Zeta. , Jan., lst week-Resolutions: Have all our pictures taken in time for the annual. Jan., 2nd Week-New members give an "imposing" grand march followed by the serving of Qi fl Zi refreshments. A 1 . . V' A? Jan., 3rd. week-fA big fine is imposed on timid members who fail to have pictures taken. ffl Eli, 'uf Sylvia Hoffman and Marjorie White join the Zetas. lffxpfj gf Z Jan., 4th week-Zetas learn of the art of good house keeping. ' if' JJ gi Afternoon tea. te .53 Zeta pin changed to a jeweled Z. ffl Q sa- , , 3 l Vg E35 -1 M , 11? J , SPRING TERM 1916 Mch., 4th week-Misses Wylam and Whitman take the membership pledge. E Apr., 1st week-Honorary members give royal entertainment to the members at the Black Hawk. Amy johnson and May Cole- become members. Apr., 2nd week-Decide we need parliamentary drill. Apr., 3rd week-Parliamentary drill postponed. Apr., 4th week-Delegate chosen to go to Iowa City. May, 1st week--Annual bill came in-cheerfully Q?j paid. Started work on Hoat. May, 2nd week4Parliamentary drill finally held. May, 3rd week-May Festival held-Ethel Dickinson was the "Spirit of Fair Play." For two 5 years the Zetas have had first honors on May Day. May, 4th week-Election of officers. Great plans for Society Day. June, 1st week-Annual Spring banquet in Cafeteria. Society Day-several dollars taken into the treasury. 12:3 Home again! Home again! I t 1 "'f"'T:Qi'F -iiii .:f:T'::." 52' I M p ,,,-, ,V N -L1 Y V ui,.'i,fv:'Q .- 1 , , 1. , 1. 1 1 , , ,- , , . , Page Tfwo hundred sefvenly ill fjif fli Sl iii 1.11- l lr -Ei 'h-. .. ,-.-!' we Vi fiifaf-'ii 'fx , -nine . ff ' " A I ' 3 ,x ,, 5 fr ' . ,F . 'V IN wk , Q ',, ' ' n 1 .Q H f '. A.. 'r I RAI k U i, g 53 U . J 'v i U H Q V1 U i H gl rx I' Zfmx I lf! 5 We Sf! I ?Y I i .4 jr? 5 J 'gl E ,J 1 i "'i 1 2 1 5 gui xl! N U X Ext by .f Wifi. ii X.: EQ 1 is H 1171 1 5 V411-I F-af?" -r QLJ 12-1 LLL iz' ,fwiff Lal, ffl 1 ff 5555 if Page Tfwn lllHId'l'l'Il Highly , 1 H' ' Y lfrff' ' 1' "ff" " 1 iv f' f .t K , 4, if ,fx-X IQ!-V' .A X4 Y: I . . ik"-ff" -V f R3 ELKJQJ f . , s-- . . , X , H 05, he J 4 N i ff 1 L X L U 5 , N N '24 f 3-4 E Sf . Q., Pu -1 -Y A , 53 !'g ug. 33 Q Qjjwxxf Ai Egixj ,fi 'FS ,W fx F 14 .F flag" of '-:xw:7 5 'Y it A W, ., .M I X, fox. N , ', f 'gk ?iw1:.42 Mtbih' 1 rw! xgQ,gf,s5.,,1,1:4 1 , f ,,eF,'.,f " , M .tyijyltu 2 1 ir, J 2 'O so . 1425 1 ' .,' 3 .ffjl ' ' 4: j I 5 it 'fj Q A ,fi f . '- x VK' if X ..,'-,U 17 ALA' 5 :gC1i,fw.x3,g4 X. P ' " it sf 1 ,N ,.x T ' 5 EXE Senior Zeta: "Did you ever take clilorovfo-rm ?" M, ,nhq , ' y Sea. Fresh Zeta: "No, who teaches it ?" 'f - i V hi ' 1' Q QQ --s L' Father: "Mary, what does tl1is sixty mean on your exam. 'paper-?" F ian Q! Mary O.: "I think that was the temperatua'-e of the room." I ' yi Q - . ,S J - i Ruth P.: "I thought I told you to Come up after supper." it , , Mae R.: ffPa1'don me! but that's just what I came afterft ff gy i' -...' - 4 u 'X Y Y v fi "If your shoes squeak, don't 1-et that Worry you. Shakespeare says that V . every one ought to have music in his soul." ' 1 I 5 Q M f 1 I 1 I , - Q l M -.-2 - E I :Q a I ' I LILLIAN VVHITMAN-Cedar Rapids-July 7, 1916. J 1- - W- . Lois LANGWORTHY-Cedar Rapids-Aug. 9, 1916. L2 E I - I 335 '1 'Y g , . is ,,.,,-A - ,im ' if . "Tmk TlfQA'InsQ.i..hf1wr---UN:if-.J-Afx-sf-T1 'xfxqsriiih I tf2L-M-'mfg ":,..Es2f'WmUfmmi ff ,QQ 1,-'3f:'f"fe-:ef--:W janzrncmrhnmnzmnsfrmmijt 9 t - ' "'.1,b1r1Xxf Page Tfwo hundred eighty-one 1 f,' l 'Mfg A . ,A fk KJ K . I V r T- , I K mx, 1 ' , r.-.-.-f,-- - V - - x L, X g., . , , kj, f.- m kg 1 if ff' 1 i fl f f 1 H+ x47 "Q, 53' -V M gs? , V , I ,, , ' W if , l 7 if' X --ffl W. lv ML. ,I . A 51.16 r I "1 4 U fi .ESU il JU Ls LE i H K U 5.258 V 4 3 -af: gui?-Vx 3 ra. 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J., ,A E if IX,-Zkl5,t2.fL yt vx I 7 5' H ,E ' it grtjcljf QT ..Y 3 ,z fyjal 175 . . S3255 ,ffl N IX1 ' -'IL 1--rn lim- -fn T. - - ff2'f2"lf. if I Q X. Q I h. . R - . vs T72-uf ' '.,' xx ' ' tt!M!f'f I N2 Q . . ' ' fi ' 'flats' IfV1H g f to 7 l K 'Q . 'I' .- '. I' li SP' it v . s o of Li V .. U th e gr I IRVING 'Eiga QW y . s . I l L , They gave us the name of Irving, Q. x .gg For the Father of our Literature, il if Who wrote many tales of adventure, , " . ' L I ' s Of Brom Bones and Krathrina demure. Q ,Ei . 1, , ysnt , ' N' - . . . F' I 5 A little Dutch girl was Katrina, W f And she was so uaint and so fair 'I Q . A 7 .1 'I That We took the Hllutch Girl" for our ' W . - E5 "" mascot, ' , I . With blue eyes and fair golden hair. 5 .... ,..., X. V 9 , - . THE IRVING GAVEL I if y 2 A tal? Q The gavel used in the Irving Hall has a history worth preserving. As soon as the hall V73 "f was dedicated an attempt was made to secure a piece of wood from Sunnyside where Irving XY I had lived. Of course the intention was to have a gavel made that would have some historical 3 interest. All attempts in that line failed, but the matter was not dropped. Mr. Gist had two I "1 H -I former students living in New York City who became much interested in the undertaking. I Their names are Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis. They knew no one in Tarrytown, but through R , I a friend they finally were brought in touch with the Cemetery Association there. When NL, Q 'C the president of the association learned what was wanted,' he had la beautiful gavel 5 made from a Beech tree that had stood on the grave of Vilashingtoun Irving in the famous Q if ' .35 cemeterv known as Sleepy Hollow at Tarrytown. The society appreciates the efforts of those Ijl who were able to secure this historical gavel, and hopes to hand it down through future :ir tj generations. I A lg? 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MEMBERS Miss Wild A Mr. and Mrs. AL-owe ROLL , .... . .Owe-ji . . . .Wenonah . . . . . .Wakonda . .... Kelatah . . . .Waseeka . . .Wee-yah-pa .. . .Teepeetonka . . . . .Roinona . .... Omineecha . Osewana-Cutcha . 'Wah-Wah-Taysee . .Ogallalla Fire . .Eagle Foot Ethelynn Murner Esther Murner .. Elsie C'H-ara . . Mabel Pultz ..... Gertrude Reynolds Clive' Sessions . . . Florence Sylvester Ruth Titus ...... Marie Took-er . Iva lValker Q. Agnes McCay . Mary lVOld . . . . . . . Inkpaduta . . . . .Mineyata . . .Shawondasee . . ...... Lokota .. . .. .Nekuwika . . ..... Mindota . . . . .Minnecotah . . .Soagetaha . . . . . .Tonka . . .O111dlCl1CCfl . . . . .Atokad . . .Nepahiom V! fm? 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VJ 5 , H H Q5 fl C ff, iii 5 'lf ,J 1 x yu if Page Tfwo hundred ninety.-sefven ,U U! v QI 111 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1x1 1 111 1-1 1 11 11 '1 ,L 1 , 1 , 1, 1 11 L 1 ii. 1 Y X, 1 3 1 1 -A 1 FX1' , Q1, ,Q 1151 1' r 1 X1 . i 1 1 Q12 171 1 11 15 , 1" . E. 1. 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1'1- 1 11 1 11 5 '1 . , 1 1 A 1 1 1 Page Tfwo hundred ninely-eight 1 qw., C1 ,- 1 1 .1 1, I 1 ' 1 1 '1 1 ,. 1 1 1 I 1 5 1 , , , 1 1 ' L1 .' "., 11 1 1-2 1 3' 1, ' C! Z' Y F1 fl 15' C11 ' L-0171.1 CN pkg 11 11 1 My ij ' 1 ' 1 y SC' 1 5:11 1 1,211 1 ig! 1 . Lf' I 541 1 V1 13 5 Q 1 1 ef 1 y if 1 fi I . ,E 1 .QP 11' 1,1 M, Q23 11' '--D: I E N-, . ia I , '51, 1 1s ij? :S 21 if lim 'Q LU Q ff 1231 1-QI 1x1 Jw, 1-1--1 Aj, 111 '-M1 1 ' L.,,1. F1 4' X. x - x ,. X! KXVXE. ,QII A is Yagi 3? 2-1 N Fl it U is . L 3 ti 4 4 , . l 1 l .761 I".."fi: , X . e , , , ,, Q L, ,V ,, , Q , , J V v ., , , , ix fi L-ifsigi-fi 31-Q, ,- lfilfilf. 1 :J fi l li I I ' ' fi 1 alfa 'iii' 1' ,1 4, g A . 5 4 vi 1 V' -fd 'E l5'4FkU'.l-Sa,-,eb af +' ,A it ii 'ir V k J tif: 1 ui. .l 1 .Vid J -J kk -z2?:f,gfhFk?gs-Q" 1' Y K if 4- X jew ., 44? 5 is f f yy 'f -fxj , .sy x , K 1-rl z-, J' Q-frm 1, A-A f- A L -1. f V far - ,ar A 1' 1,5 J V 'l'-,Una :l,xI,iiA,l1oKk ig .-M-Kirin-'lii'iu x, YL Fil! 6 THE SIOUX Exultant, far across the western plain, The Sioux, once ranging free, has ceased to roam. The changeless stars look from familiar skies, O'er well-loved haunts the same sun doth arise, But strangers, children of an alien race Defile his ancient home. I By Cedar's tranquill stream their cities roar, Upon its crested hills their temples stand, ifxf' i - ,,,, , 1 f my 5 N 1 1 2 ef ig n ' li if E 4 E . 5 . -w l 5 , E 1 E Where gathered from beyond the sinking E PS sun, ' ' The dau hters of the reat Dacotahs come ' g g g , 5 3,1 - To seek the stranger's wisdom and his ' p lore, ?-E33 A small but peerless band. 5 ' - 1 5 And nobly there they strove to make a name, ,FE H Their work was crowned, their worth and power grewg I, g at And as the silent years, with stately sweep, '- Emerge and wheel again into the deep, - : Each brings an added tribute to the name, A p And glory to the Sioux. 1-. K, Lf, 1 ii ,...- . al 'st 'G me 5 be El, fi T' HX-,,f L' 3 E e it 3 T 94351171 , Ei! Vt its NmW,,M ff", W7 TT 1' "ZST"'X,.... -- m,ehK4fT5lQYQ2' lt 'ff?f9'C'if"iiE?lf',ff!fF'fh ,rt 3lLmF'uD:CUIEEU't"'3IH' ' V --CX'-'S-:Q-tl-F-3:-L51-t-fs-L Q-K, ph 2 fii. f fl fT3:'f""L""fit"M'm A ef-M-w'J.iri531j 1, ! T7 Z"f-1-"3 iii? is ,L '5',ffff.f-,1-q-- -r,f'fi11f355LiE?i--1.ss'il J- f., ..- C 4 ,lgga gg. -.3:s:Qafe.rgtl1.,.ffff-T.e...-.-me fri 121-iegccmacuzizcarlrfmifitilnlikf i is r is H 'T"1gQgU9Q1XXi L4 tzaerailf . Page Tfwo hundred ninety-nine 1 'L I 1 1 1 ',f.- x K w 1 4 Y Y VE fx , ,W X 1 Q. X . 14 f 'I ibgzljz ,H fig 1,' 'X K. F if! ' , 57151 Fil 4 537: 1 111 at jf' 1 ff 11 911 31 ,z 1 1 1-1.-33 ,I1-X, 1LFi.,,.1 5552 1 xiii 1 F311 1 3,4 3 ttf 5 Q-, . '-fa 1 X-Q11 'l F1 ' J r W vhk A1 1.1. 1 Qiilv 11' 1, 1 ,,, , 1,1 1'-A1 1 -1 1 " 'lj vi. 1,5 li F" 'e f"1 .21 fd-jx gil. I X I'--1 Vi! 'K -T, E 'Ill 1 ,1 1 1 1 N gg, I z 11-1 1, U 1 : ,,.1 3 "1 Page Three hundred -suv? mitfdo "FN T 1 1 1 L I 1 r 1 1 'f fl f 'N 13 Q 1 5 .1 1 I id 1 ,111 1. ,Al A1 3 11 foil ,L 1 Z ,w, . F11 ' 16 'Eg ii 531 sf-1 11511 , lj 1 .Adil ij? 1:1 -'K LM. 4 P-X . ig - 4. f 1 1 51 1, 1 L 4 H 1 VN 1 5 I VY I 1 1 :fi Y M F1 kr 3 '11 1 "J X11 1 l 1 . I ' ' 1 cf ,fl -1 1-1: 1' H-4 F1 '-px' Qs if N1 MW? 591 1-'f 5:5 ,Nl tai 1,-1' i 1 if P4 .J 1 1 . 1 W 1 I. 4 5' ij 4 1 1-.ff 1 1 L.1 fm 1,..A j", 1 fm, M ri JD 'K !..., . N 1 QWN. ' M 1 I 1 1-f-. 14 Q 1.-. M X-. ,. 1-:.m 'X 1"'1xi ---F I 1 - 1 1 1 1 4 X 1 1 xr, X . A, 1 K ? .,1., . . 1 L If J, ' J 'J - - its 1 f 3 . -tg TF - fm- --E mmf: "4' X 5 . Vex - "" , 'V Axggrlx Z Ellen R1ChafdS Club 1 Q fsefiigyi I-sy I 'Li ' -..- T JK i' 1-A .. 5. 'J '-- -- -A 'J . .. .. .. 4 ,.. . . ,. . ,, .,,. . . ., .. ., 'Q' Xl I . 'g Ni I K i i X . I in Li 1 - y , ri KJ N 51 .f l V ' ' ef . will-4 - 6 - had a 'nel six lion tc s :.. It 'V Q 1 '- SJ: 1 fa ' 'Q E F'-3 l ' ss Q Fi l ? ,ltr V"N ' X I I ec ,Mt .,.,.,, 1 M.., ,a,s-V,. ,f ,, ., ,,... , f ,a,.., ,,,x , ,, 4,, ,v ,, ,Wa 4v,,f Q.,,,i, f. Lia, 2, I 2223 v ld" l k..L ' L x L , - Q, 'flag . 1 l A as f i it i f .4l' f - - .',f mi ij pix 't lil Lhwx "" " " ' j, tl ,,,n Han, 5 f-X,'0 , ',-Xf 7 4 , I 1 p . 3, l- - 55 lille! ORGANIZATION i . ,,,,, .A , . ,, , , , , V , .1 Inj the fall of 1916, 'goneofthe ambitions of the earnest enthusiasts of gf Home Economics Wasrealized in the formation of th-e Ellen. Richards Club. fs' l it Through th-e -efforts of our Home Economics faculty, the club h-as been success- Pu r . . . . . k-.,f eg ful from the very beginning, and the future looks even more promising, sin-ce ji EEL the Work with which it is connected is a comparatively new and rapidly ad- xv gl 2'1 C221 - - - ' - vancing subyect. . A ' ' , t '75 E . . . i 1 3 dt 3 The club was named in honor of Mrs. Ellen Richards, who did so much t -- . . - . . I gf I for the advancement of the work in which this' club is interested. Its purpose Q53 is to bring together once a month the members of the Home Economics di- limi! visions for an instructive and social hour. The broader questions concerning Q " -f-f' . . . . . - - I .. g l the bettering of conditions in the community, and in the school, may be brought A up at these meetings where more time can be given to them than in the classes. 9 The social hour of the club enables the girls .to be brought together in closer friendship and better understanding. It is the sincere desire of the fjiggjf charter members that its future success an-d Work will be Worthy its name. '-ffilfffi L43 3 v"tf',Q2. -, ei .D , A fwfr' ,fir.4VJMiwiTV M-If VVQI Z We V,,4 P -fA- fn J - 'N r ,Sl -gn A A v1 1 V' " 'v,.g,J,..,.f..,:,.QQ swf... f.--. ----- -fff- --3 WYA, Www, ,,,,,. ,wi We -7 ln- -N Vi 7-- 7, it Ai 1-.1 lx HM, I + i.gg a ' o . . eeee .tliv f eee--' 1 fQtfgLwf.a W 'ii""i" " Page Three hundred one A X x f wig 1 E , L ,J . W -Y. ll Y' ,N A G ix ' J L 'A I I n' 7 I 3 li 3 x I : f 4 fe -X. as gg ig ref r A i , ll If ,k.,s ' .Vs 'ex e l,s , ' A all le amass. s,,4si sri,.wy Via Q' - f Q l l""'l"' 5 . 5 ' f S I A . F xx 9 X, Beanblossom Scheidemann Kopriva McPherson Henderson Brown Erskin Whittacre ll! sq 4 l sl FE ll ljf I IV-, I lp. 5, EES 1 fri. 'Q I 1,4 W t Y L, 2 0' if rllf' ffl? H53 .,.. X. iii LH if :Pe is! M-- r .5 Am, fifid . 1 aa Schultz McKelvy Bouman Liek Meek Ries Vincent Coleman in ' :VSV L! sg? fi L3 5' flffl' 1' vw if 1' 'vi .X LL lin: jj L i,-ij? Haj Ir - la, f 1 Ll.. , X1 i. x C. R- l all lr' " T, A 1 I 1-. l., i :ll F' il ll ri "' my Li I1 X W "', 5 ' - L. J wh ff' - 11 l A f i w a Wyffmwisl '3 2 ' I s l' , ' f 4' G Y N , , , f 3 ia 2' , ' M i f , . ,.f f. , 1 n H Logsdon Davis Harvey Pitman Hoffman McClung Carlson johnson Page Three hundred tfwo i V f ,Nil 1, 9,4 Q , g, -,mmf fn -. fl ,' f "lee ggi gl 1 I 5' ' if 5 l' 5 2 lg ea i 5 .I li, l l 7'i 1 QQ lf Fil E El M I lil f i .! 5 53 f 4:3 , F v el glib, E! SP1 ia 133 .J li! SE il ' 31 l""'l-5 iii ' 516, il 5537 1. iii? Fri or ifif HL l -,A f BYQQK 31, X ,gi ,A 2 , X .X ,Xe X, Q Q s Q e- fee ' Q. 1 xv X 1 , QSM A XXX A .X E 1 ' :gi X ri ' Xia' '- Q, L sq' Xl I L X X 5 3 ,Qi gg X V . X . ' ir, I .X X X P NYS A , V L X i X J , - , 1 I X ' I ilgr 5 L' 1 5 Clark Millicent L. Schaffer Cole G. Shaffer Day ,Peterson Saxon ,XX2 uf - 1 - 4 I l l l 1 , w Saddler Davis Powell Orris Greiner A. Johnson Fitzgerald Stiner Richardt Van Hoesen Roberts Brookins Young Hansen Thompson Livingston Page Three hundred three W w , l 1 l fx .4 5 xkxigxx-fil w v 4 f' 1 MX, ILC. K. ex Y. lfx ,,. x x, i", -'. tx ff, v. flxzx ,v,i,- -Y, of .'x fy vo "fm ,I 4. AM, I, V .- li 2315? Up-fi .4 5 i I. wil l I "QM it it ,J ii nl il LF: wfztwgii Watt Wg, 5 if I if yi . i i E il . if P xi 1 ,I ,J gf r fd 11- 1-L: . le? L .1 fr f ,1 , ,.Y,. u ,ii iii -, ill ts ii CQ l il lizi Y' V-JQL7 ia- .I r X- .. Fi ilglli T117 Y,,, it 5' 5. , ,vi ff Vfmgj ,,J"'gfA Qi, v'l .- - -4 V.: . - Z A I4 i A 1, f- -J I, , I J r ,, , 5 f 2 'Q' ' Q XJ If , X, ff 4 ff' w tffl' Page V w . 1 vi 1 -T Ei, '-'I l s l 9 fi , . 1' S 1. If l. - I 7 . M1 ,175 "1 +,.,. N . ..- .c' mx xx? , A, -in ---- ---------f----ea---F e-- V ,... . - J -' ' - " Zjtiw' S c h o o 1 m a s t e rs - fggiiq , T THE SCHOOLMASTERS CLUB i' QQ Tl1e Schoolmasters Club is an organiz- attion of men in Teachers College, formed in the early part of the year 1915-16. Dur- 1 fl ing its more than a year of 'existence-, it has proved its real value in the life of the college. xg, 'l The purpose of the Club includes :-Q15 if The promotion of a spirit of fellowship a- fi E A mong its members, both while in school and Q, in later life, Q25 The stimulation of a great- ,I 4 er development of professional spirit, and recognition of the attractive features of lj ,Q teaching as a profession, Q31 The gaining of a deeper insight into the problems and pro- gi ig? ,Q gressing ideals of education, through ad- ' dresses and research work, Q45 The pro- ij motion and upholding of the best interests of , Teachers College in every legitimate way. gg 1 C . 15 fel i . The active membership of the club con- H Q - - sists of not to exceed twenty-five young men SEE, PRESIDENT SEERLEY of the upper-class students, chosen on the basis o-f their character, personality, scholarship, insight into educational principles, and promise of future success in the field of -education-al work. The ETB honorary membership consists of a number of faculty m-en el-ected by the active gif members. ' ' i 'pri A . .4 TB! The Club h-olds monthly meetings, 'usually at the Cafeteria, where the men Q,-1-,' enjoy a dinner together, followed by an address given by a local speaker or if someone from abroa-d recognized as an authority on some phase of educational thought. This -address stimulates a' discussion valuable both for the ideas brought o-ut and for the acquaintance and fellowship growing out of it. At the annual meeting of the Iowa. State Teachers Association, in Des Moin-es, a banquet' is held at which former and present active members have an opportuni-ty to get to-gether and interchange views- and recount experiences. At the present time there is an effort on foot to nationalize the move- ment to form similar clubs in all institutions such as Iowa State Teachers College. A committee of our Club has for some months been in corres- Tlzrec hundred four 'v ltr , ,N -'iw L'11V..'g-i 'x V li N 5 ' P ii Meyerholz Hodsdon Jepson Reid Briden Spafford Walters pondence with ot'her state teachers' colleges, andufavorable replies have come from many of th-em. The prospects now seem favorable to the effecting of this national organization. If it is done, our Schoolmasters Club will deserve the credit for making-the irst move -in the establishment of a national ho-nor fraternity perhaps destined to be as important in its sphere as Phi Betta Kappa and Phi Delta Kappa are in their respective fields. Charles Paul P'err6tt Mount Sly Herbster 'W'inn Page Three hundred fifve 4 Speer Stone Condit Perrine M K , c itrick Jacobsen Stout 4 Walkel' Buffum Hart V H an outon McGlade Burns Page Three lzundred .fix VVilson Ward Shedd Gormly Sampson I I xx ' . l' 'L Q-so at we T51-L g ,p .- - - - '-' - U K b W I 1 Q ' i in 1. I FAN-M4 ui wh .I Q . .A I 5 4 I To Professor Macy Campbell Head of the Department of Rural Education, this section is dedicated. The fundamental problem of country life in Iowa is the problem of keep- ing a standard people upon our farms. To solve IoWa's great rural life prob- lem attention must be directed to the upbuilding of rural communities. As the Whole farm problem is largely a matter of education, the rural school teacher may have a large share in initiating rural social progress. To foster among rural teachers this larger vision of their work, tl1e Iowa Club was founded. I. J, F 2 ,l 5 . T ,.t , gg ll "' ' 1 . 4, if H U 'il il ful fl Eff' I L1 Qui gif ii va Q? fulfill i iii? li ri .g LU ir. ll Silk: Q L 4 l 1 il 2 is-5 3 3 I - I if 2 i e' "5 lib! i I 3 5 'Z I P Eff gm Cf ,l if KJ H AW E Will U Tx Will 5351 .X 'fix- all-,fl will fit, - 1 , . I it F H! iff Qi H55 ,El lllxifiel iii: ii 1 1 af rg li gill 5 aft! 5 t ti r, Q, 'il 'ii ' 1 l l I l Page Three hundred sefven L. -1 F 21. I I 1,, 1I1 II 1 ,1 1 , 1 I I 1 I VS 1: 1 54 1 ll: III Ii1'I,:,i1' 1 -III I '11, Ili Lf " I 1 J Li II' - 1-W 1 I ,II 2 li , -1.11 I 1 '11 H' 1 I 1- I ,I I .11 131 ' 111.1 If 5. I 'ffl I 4 . gl 11 1 11, I 1 1, Iwi 'I Ili , II' l III :gil 1 1 I 1 I W I 11 11 I 1 1 11 K1 II1 .1 1 . 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FRANKLIN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE . FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Campell Prof. Van Houten Prof. Eells Prof. Fesenbeck Prof. McGlade Prof. McKitrick Prof. Fullerton Prof. Hart ' STUDENT MEMBERS Fall Term Winter Term I Helen Granger Glen McMil-lian - 1 William Cordes Helen Granger ' ,E Fred Schmidt VVm. Cordes A' Lawrence Taylor . g I STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE Pearl Kent I THE IOWA CLUB One of the most active organizations of I. S. T. C. is the Iowa Club, the purpose of which is to make a special study of rural conditions and increase interest in 'the same. Realizing the importance of improvement of rural life conditions those specializing in this kind of work are using this means of securing information that cannot be obtained in textbooks. The membership is composed of students and faculty of the Department of Rural Edu- cation, with any others who may be interested in rural problems. Meetings are held every two weeks, devoted to singing community songs, to debates, and addresses on rural work. Dis- cussions are held on such subjects as, How to develope a community spirit, Rural school and church problems, Outdoor sports, Agricultural problems, How to improve conditions for women of the farm, etc. In short, the great purpose of the club is to help make Iowa a better, more up-to-date place in which to live. At least once each. term an evening is spent in a social way, in which games, suitable for playing in country communities are indulged in. This helps the students to get acquainted. Since members of the club come from all parts of the state, it furnishes a splendid opportunity for a study of state-wide conditions. -.X . 41x ,Page Three hundred eight 1 an ,M-.,..,,....,,,,, - , H -- --'---A -1 . 1 - ,.,, - ,...--.-- 1- .-.1 . ,W ..-1-.---., ,A 4.,,,s,, 1 , , , N "N-'. 1 " """LI I ,-gal 1. - 1 I I . . RI 1' 1 . .NI j 5 if .f'fQ1',1"if' ig Iv KVI .X If-X f . I . 1 N I 29 I' , ri.,-1 xr, , gh fi ' .ff ,+ I. ,ff I. f If 'I IQ... 4 o If I 11 1 29 If 1 1a . P' , I 11 I H ,IQ L1 1 I ' I 1 I g..,.w 1'-I 1 I. I '14 IL 1, , ,W ffl I 11 ' I . h A I 1' 1 ' 'I' 1" 1 1 ' 1 1 -1 1: "' I! uv E 'T , ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' LI L1 , 1:2 I1 5 ,K U. Ivfa ..,..- ..1 1 .- y....,.., ,l If I f, R xii gi., I-1 .--.1.,,-. 1---f ---. Ijfff +I 1:11 :-1:91 I 1 l , 1 w i ,. 1 Q Y 1, .Q Y :-1+ ' R ,P LEADERS IN IOWA CLUB ACTIVITIES, SPRING, 1916 ,IOWA CLUB soNG CHORUS 41 y e 'lc 4 kr ,fy 'L:it-1' sd 5 fl H' 1: Y 4' 'T I 1 cl r'-N I at Q :I I ,W 5, ,lg fe 9 E l 15,1 f-4 his GJ A IST", 'if :ef F-5 in I '- iiilfla l 1 12 's 'z .l f 5 if-I 'xzg V C law. 111 S Hfj E LJ' 1 si . ijil, , . 1- l s li: 5 E 1 1 pf 1 I U "' l U' , i 4-1 ' E '21-1' ,, YR A-Q E' .La fill? 17 lu' so-f I ,ml 4,4 sa E? lil i r M . lv LV. LJ E, ' iw ,-FX -e sf if ll' A- fel le Zifi ' ggi? elf ll- ,Lekxl lj lf' 1 lfjjfxf llfuf l if? 9 -.' A 'f.4L L f,, Or, Rural Teachers all are we, Oh, IoWa's the Hnest state, A-Workingvall the day, sir, I. S. T. C.'s the College, That We may teach the young idea The Rural Teachers' course the course Q-3 fi" -J ,A ,Yr .K riff- To shoot the proper Way, sir. For those wholre seeking knowledge. ' "K-all We have a club We all enjoy, VVe've named it for our state, sir. Iowa Club's the place for work, You'll rarely Hnd us late, sir. I all V A 1. ij 5 ,I , , Q' f I 'Q Page Three hundred nine .ff , l n ...... in- g --. f f 71 -hifi, ""' , .,,...-,.,.,,.. -1 ,, , ,, .., qww . ....., ,,.-. .., - ...- f -1 ,....-. Y....YAW -v-M - - ---V "' ""' " ' Y - . ,,, v -, ,M ......... ..-. I' " ' -- -,-, W --AA'-v' ' ' L .- ff H-f s' ' "gf, ,N , . --L ' ,, , X - V U4 ,,. - -----... V - - -"' ' H ,, . .. V V Y- V Y' Q A 1 ,,.....-- 5 i -I' F - ' ,.......-.----v--'-- --- -' " " M 5. 3 ,L - .--7 ' 1-'A1' ' ,.-.:::-A V--V .. ....,-,-,- V...,.....,...-,.,.A . V- -1 " ' ' ' ' - Y........--,...,.....,...,Y K v. -- ,,...,.-- , F V 1-,... . V ,A M.-",. J- - .,4v- Q' . . V M- -A .:,. d.. .-.. ...f W '--" " AH... ,.- .. . Y V ,, .-Agfa-f. - , f- v' F ,Y , , , -.,Y.. . - - Q -----4 , ,., ,,..- Y - f - Y , , . ,-., Q Y, --- , ,v ,. 1 - ' 'J 'N ' W ,A . , - W .Y-,, ,,,. ..,. , . , -'v-- " """I., '1"i'. ,.. T, r ' -: fvzzzz- 'k12.2:.-2 '1 'fi-5'1" 1i:LiT,f.5-.'f--Qrfnl-"i'fl+L' -""" ' '4 Af' W -U-M , Q ,,,v, R,...,.,.,.-- V- - -W -4- v H I V id VA ...Y-.7-, rf. -- W ' 1- --'4f- -'-- -" . . ,......... -- f -- 1. H ' 2 'T Q Q m 'i E- N: fm , - Vg ,I -qv--N1x .-A X -, 17 A ,- I xii" ,X Xrpgw wig: , x W.. X J f -f ---I-"w"'x -'4 ' ,Qui 1. ,.,F-,Y7....-.vig :- I , J 1 ff WE K 1 - mi. .,,- --. ,mx ,-- -Ax .--. , .... f J n ,. l V I V I X 1 ,.-,., .. , N IN .. S 2 'L w m R. fi is Q Y.. 1 If 7 , W, IOWA CLUB Q .X-,aL-1 me'- If , .,f. -1.41 . rx? ' ' ' ' -'l gg- Ti- , i i -.1 I . English Club if-'S-lx ' . .., ' X 'I o 55 I.-... I TQINZ -I Q I 1 ' X Qui-ri' - l. .' ' as - ' 4 . Su. f. -. 5 ---qw .. 3.1 - ' -'-'-'x-'v---. .4 .- .. . .. , - .. , ,., , ' '.',- . ,.. T Pres-iclent. . LAURA EQ .FALKLER Seo1'etcw'y-Tvwcasurer HALLIE W,xRD V-ice-President . JOHN BARNES Reporter . DELILALXH ILL-XYDEN 1 OFFICERS The English Club is an organization of the Iowa State Teachers College and has been in existence for the past six years, Miss Lillian Lambert, Pro- fessor of English, being its first president. The membership is composed of the faculty m-embers of the English department and of the students who have taken not less than four terms -of college English and .who have attained a highdegree of excellence in English work. The English Club received its first impulse from Professor S. A. Lynch, the head of the English Department, who in co-oper-ation with the teachers of English planned the club with a purpose. This purpose is threefold, to come 7 into closer personal and social relations with the students who are specialm- ingin English 5 to arouse in them efiicient effort 5 and to create in all students a desire to use correct English. To this -end the programs given, once every month, include three features, the scholastic, the professional and the enter- ' ' ' t tl -tc dard taining. During each year the programs have been kept up o ie s an . ' , and have been inspiring and helpful. The influence of the English Club is gradually becoming apparent in the English department and it is hoped that it may live and grow better each year, accomplishing the purpose for which it was -established. Page Three hundred elefuen bg. .. . V i ,.--- f 'Zigi' :P-p N T--nr---in-if 1 -T 1 ,E-T, .: "" S O Q egg... Cla s s 1 c al C 1 u b . E ,,,. 1 ..., - - . . - l , 1 OFFICERS Florence Mary Kitchen .... Prcsiclent Helen Bailey .... ..Vice-President Leona B. Meier.. . ....... Secretary THE CLASSICAL CLUB The Classical Club has for its object the promotion of classical scholar- ship in the Teachers College. Its meetings during the year 1916-17 have been of special interest. The progranis have consisted of papers on the character and career of Julius Caesar and addresses on other subjects connected with classical studies. Page Tllrfff Lznzdrcd lfwclfvc' X . f --Y --AA . . 1 5 'l' -------1-ini-in--:L---...rl H1 52, , i-ir - I- .lg , ' . . -'xg " ' N . ,. ,- -I: -A., .LM G ee Club ' , '1 'I .,. ',.-- . Q' ' ' f l . . .-'au f 1 ' .Z .QF ,A ,Nj 3, 15 5 .LFQ"?!!-:1i.-,,,.- " " H l v - - - -- . . .. ,. . . .. ,. . .... .. ,. .., .. gs.. CECILIANS MINNESINGERS n Page Three hundred thirteen i .-A AW' " "' , K K , 1 1 lf 1 lj, , 51 11511 1' V Rv, 2,55 4 k 4 1 Ff'f x' s 1' XX QW K 'K' rC'J'f 1 v it x, I if K ri- we w 1 I ,, n. 3 C, ,. KOH' 1 5535? C,Kxr:f'T H112 I' 5 sq 1 4' l wh U 652, Q 4 fi ,h e 5 Y: lx TJ W F fi' ,J QJL -ji E if Vs Eb L, 5 ,Q VE , gf if i 43 fa? UE, C11 L? L Q5 .lfJ ' P, L, ff-F ki! L, Qi 27 H 5 Q12 E1 fi f' 1f JJ ! E' Q X7 i , W, L" iY,.s Iv yn, s 1 L, 1 '51'w L --., :Sgf sl :iffy lf',, L1 C.- ,: f ,,., e I, n r I I 1 1 Page "-x 7-5,1 s , , ---' g . ..-w1-........-- : -1-EA---f-1- ---f Qmwf SOCi31SC1CHCC Club Q' ' MAY, 1917 ' Three hundred fourteen Q f 11 x'f'f '2f wfgil w4Q A ,A ,nv :Qffyj if 'F'nL,4.fH. 5.135 Ei W ?i.?fi" P if K r-fu 1 - ua rn , ' is IFJ ! L Q ii Y .1 f T X . f 'A -if EA i ' l 1 Q A : 7 T, ii 9 EW L 1 5-. lL x . Es ' 515 3 Q' YW QQ QE Tw? 5 :J J F1 5423? Likxlbfi 1---Lfii T112 :gi X 'NL' ' 1 -Q l Y 1 I I NEUMAN CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION I I I Sullivan Springman Lynch Quinn O'Toole Downing Byrnes Leininger McKay Welsh Martin Altman Henrich Brady The Newman Society comprises the Catholic Students enrolled at Iowa State Teachers College. It is one of the live o-rganizations of the school, and has for its aim the spiritual up- lift of its members and the creation of a feeling of sociability and goodwill among them. During the fall term, Miss Nellie Sheehy was sent as a delegate to the Catholic Students Association of America which met at Kearney, Nebraskag and upon her return we were glad 1' to hear that the convention had accepted our invitation to ho-ld its next annual meeting here. We are, therefore, anticipating our next year's work with considerable pleasure. gg. Page Three hundred fifteen . Ffrffirfffff --as - --- to - .9-1, .,..r.d.i - -- 5 ---- . Tcrfffi ' QL ff ,,N,,i k. a giiii,!x XXQ - l if . .- f- - 3 '-if .ig f so-.f',-N - 9' X-iz:-tr H QA'. Jiiiiif .,-'Tye " 9- . Gi'Fyfreigs.x-iocggwtfgi TNQQs:.14fE f 'Lfify-Qflfff' C QT7'i f 5 Li--lvizga.-f"'QQ11 , U F -wager - ft' -1 . 0 Q W , ffl 92, I ' an i 0 ll , 1' . . l 1- Q 'slr I . I ' 'ul A , sl : g N. U I f .I 9. fi 2 . , , - 1,1 Q L3-N 'W . f - -- if 1 1- -- n .. 'ilu' ' ' f . -QQ nl L - null I llllllll ' ' ' D.. nn, . 4 -4 ' - . fl :--iff Elf-if X"""'1l' Einill Qlliilffli .Huy ii ff, Q,-1, A., .,, f ,JK I if yf H- ,, -, ..C- A- Student Council .2 ,utl Self-government is the highest aim of democracy. It is the expression of political and administrative intelligence. An attempt at self-government is a manifestation of the willingness to sh-are in the responsibility for good. char- acter and conduct, and to try, by systematic effort, to bring about such con- ditions as reflect these traits. The Student Council of the Iowva State Teachers College was organized during the fall term of 1916. It is composed of student representatives from the various classes,-each class in the institution being represented ,by one delegate. The following officers were chosen by the student delegates fo-fthe y-ear 1916-1917 :--President, Jesse Sheddg Vice-President, Chas. F. Perrottg Secretary, J acoba Van Delleng Treasurer, Nelson Hersey. The aim of the Student Council is to formulate student opini-on and give it means of expression. Its purpose is co-operation with the President and Faculty in the better government of the college. The Council consid-ers prob- lems of 'discipline and student welfare, and reports its findings to- the Class Sponsors, who in turn make recommendations to- the President and Faculty. A spirit of co-operation is develo-ping that manifests itself in greater stud-ent in-terest, and in more active student participation in the aftlairs of the College. Higher standards in the conduct of student activities are being advocated, and are meeting with student approval. It is proving to be a means through which students may give expression to their opinions concerning 'the govern- ment and control of student. enterprises. H ' F CHARLES H. MEYERHOLZ. U .fs l 8883.8 C""'q' n 5v,ffQ E .. s . ' ' -. -..la , -gg 8!.lQ 6 I QQ' wt:-' 6.90 lllllillllllllinfl III I ll . 5 T 1 kv lllll llu I lk g. I li' I 1 Ulla! I es.. E.. E? 5. -v , . : 'A A' I 51, L. ".:...l 5 5 -wg,.-,- 1-'-w-:fri gy yi:-fj-fy-ff-1 ,E1T?:i4'?i'il7'flEEilQ1Vl.l!iiVdEE!5?DF1:iF 13?'UI'1 ,iam-Am A . ... , A .N 6 H -- ,. A dj,f.....-,. af: ...M .- L-...3,g'f',3::T,:L1 F, V, Wy- ' 3:1111 H 3 E.-x?.X2n1.-,ri1a1QLf9Qw A 'flu ,WWWWMM,-fga..--.----.:::.ig1T:'::1 -fx vi ' 'r::::'-.f-"Tv-A ,--ss 4, - x LV .,.', -A ..,J1...xh , -..-. Xn,.........Y.--.., .-. . ...W v , , - ,M wfi--ffi-5'? f--if-f?5F3ii-2.-P21-es 1 -4'- . --- - " .itorrftf-riffs, - N t 'ff 'I If jf 'f' P K ' 'K jXf3ftn.iin:rgz3s.l,m 1.U.,vj!il'5 w 1,iiwlfigliw-ill-T-'-L4---1-12-1-4:1144 :.'4i.i3.5w-1-uwilmi... . -Qt 'T , --. .... --.-.. . . .- ,,,,..-- M Yv': 'Q N .11 -Jn Page Three hundred .sixteen 333. x. we .4 v I I 1 D P e a 1 'N K , ,g I I ,5 .-A ,W 1A , x X-f 1. I QQ! 1 :"- 'I 1' A. , r V x 1 f w A J Q il y , . J ., X . , X lv 1 Yu ' 'N Page Three hundred seventeen .was .ff-lf" fs M J-1,11 ., A. .V 1 - W. . 1 'C "T" "T ff ' 'N ' .' r- 'rt swf' 4- . YW- W- f -.1--'Ml-""" f we , , -QA . -fy' 5,---.', ,f ,,...,.,..., E--. . --, lg vi 1 plz- .'--- s-' - ,- ' ,,...--......-.......-. l-- he y 57 I J l I f K 3 l P jx 1. 5 E 1-4, f- .V ,- 5 ,ii .4 . :V M ' V 1 . 5 ' if-, - as - Q . . gy -' v 4 x-gn - E. , -. l,"f , Z - 'Xl X-.PKK J. ' i . 1 ' 'ff ' ' , f ' If-'yy fl rn. .Y Y ful yi. X. is -1 j , 3. -- ,- l .. 4'VL.f,rmA 52 - if -QM -.l h L, 'W f fm..- ... , 'DVA - ,ff nf-ill-g 3,1 x.egk,M5l.M N .le 3 L .1 Y. 1 '- g,g.,3.i'. U ., , .M 1 F a je Mental ,x ...C , . .,. ., . giyfmmf ul ll y Sql . .., , -fe---7 S- is rj. fl Ziff 1132?-.A K.. .. . ' ,. :x vb: .EZ 1151. Q r-gf .X I., lag' 7 . VZ A-lk XQIXTLJ 1, .L rj" lx--H fszuiz N 'A gg- . 1T1jggiLJ..fN"'flr,,,.igQ2.-l- :...,...- . ..4,.L!..!JfiH?,!L.'4:?v5Li1lL. Lai!! ' gi' .4g1..-will V gf Lis -X if 5.523 1 Nfl 'X 1 gag yy, F5 l Rik ' 1, l l I : 46 ll lr ll S' 1 ls. ll lg ll l 1 ln ET F H. 'f Vit ' C1 I , r L F l . T EDITH SWEET, EA., 1916 ,Z Now teacher in the Normal School -.fi L, - l Q . E V l-n..:' I ,Jw 1 LW . 1 .1 4 t27.'lis egg VOLUNTEER BAND ' F MEMBERS ' Bernice Ravlin lna Gourley Emily Pipal Lo-ra Lee . Laura Bailey Mabel Strong Edith Sweet Frances Shaiubaugh Florence Baker HONORARY MEMBERS Professor land Mrs. J. W. Charles Victoria Merchiva The Student Volunteer Band has held nreetings every week in which time was given to the study of the lives of mission-aries-. The Y. W. C. A. has conducted four mission study classes with Professors- Mount, Charles, and Dickinson and Miss McCague as teachers. These classes have been in- tensely interes-ting and influential. Four Missionaries have visited among the students this year. Eight stu-dents attended the Stu- dent Missionary Conference at Cote College, lf SQ. z-' ei X . use bl' gf 11 'Il 'ln X111 T1 Il lim wnmuiclu fr rf-f mn I lildill!llliilllli'i"g""' 46 5 " uw, - of Jubbulpore, India ' Febfufary 23-25. ' S : 1 I ee l . , -9 is sl " : .Eg el , H ' E 5 CS I .-I ' . :R ll an Tl b M l tl f A' lim I '14 ll. li? so t e '1 Ravlin Pipal Gourley ' Q Merchiva Bailey Lee Strong l f Professor Charles Mrs. Charles l f frlkli I fx 3 - :X ,U A X X X ax I-,7 'Nr K NN . 'g'Tl,X1Af , X ' X - ,L K s ' B. xxx wlel ag..-KL l x lx if . . T T y. , . fl 1. fi f-'Q-.W Page Three Hundred Eighteen IQ. , ' A HX' 3 Vx . U .gee x H4xl.L.' , . Qt gm at in in .L l 4, 'Y wg, , 5 y' ,yr-fl, lx gd-my giwxmgqu 1 1- 'W V17 l A iii , . , i I -3 -.2 , M y " I 5 , . W 4 M l S Q. at-M E- H .4 ,. J . H K. .f -1- . ' 'l'fifft11'rff':55' 1 ,Hi .. E. if ffl , I N at I W1 4'ff.1".'ffql 7' jifffflirf -Ei, ix.-4 We' -A fre 'E - if it Gigi. Zfgjiji x 1 ix f f L, fm wx R hx f"t 9' sly XX lyfgif' Q' s. . I F X Jivf' F - it A 'G' N fbias Y - - Q. . I ., - 5 ,M z i sis I ,I fini 1 I xv L E H, 1 . Q S 1 Y- 1 lv 3 A ' 1 1 PF 1 3-, Q te I E ks. i lee li! if sf! 3 if 3 4 ti F A l V55 I . l if 5 ls Eff: :Qtr ELT E ,' 3 E 5 E 5: Wi? re. Z wrt ,r.z4E. s't.::' 2: lf ' Lili? fr Ei :il C, E1 FET EEE? C , ,X tl-if mr. ,,-.- ,,,.,. FEET L, , ... . 1 f'7j',f ' Pffl. , , . 5 4 --if Q-f.-.JM , Y. VV. C. A. CABINET R. Pipal Giltner E. Pipal H' k R' Wallace Hillier Aspen In hzlgchell lggs Kramer Van Dellan Jongewaard Wickersheim Hunt ADMISORY BOARD I Miss Fatt Miss Oliver Miss Lambert Miss Aitcliison Miss Gall . Mrs. Walker I Mrs. Fullerton Mrs. Hostrop- . Mrs- Nuhn Mrs. Wfright ' OFFICERS President . . . . HELENA JONGEWAARD ' Vzce-President . ALMA ASPEN Secretary . Treasurer Miss MARGARET H. MCGAGUE Myrtle Rigg ..... Religious Meetings Adelphia Mitchell ...... Missionary Marguerite Wallace .... Bible Study Anna Kramer .... .. . . Helen Hinkson . , 34, .rfb -4, rf L . . Y . . ,,n,,,:ij W W , ,efrtffilll px ' , Yi ,, r Xu.. 1 1... xx I Publicity . . . So-cial ff RTT! " ' TT' ,zz . fm,--W - qi, ,. f .11 V I ' I kfixic fgiugf ' Qi. ' 15 . ROSE PIPAL .Ce t ' ' .1 Ili QQMF ll 'Tlli i !!'i11'QlTfjflllj'j ET 1 Fgmgril1ii'ginmgapiiuni.au-ir ,T - I...-nnillliluulll' .falls A A A f g A 'W , 1 E - s. :I HSI RUBY GILTNER I L . Ohairvnafn, of Departments tilt ' Grace Hillier ............. Finance J acoba Van Dellen ..... Membership Thelma Wicke1'sh1eim..Solcial Service Ivy Hunt ......... .. . .Employment Emily Pipal . . Student Volunteer 5:-Q g.---,, .... were ..... F YQQIYLA I F2 P " A "1'iL""'I I Wlifl ffl? .fl f-fTt::''f'1:'g5gimrL1n:g:gl.N -T-I--j3372bf,!AgXX - .,.. ., ,--. xp, J if :ii:lffi1:Lf.1::4i.f l55'l,Ljx lx 3 Page Three hundred nineteen - . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .I H. Aff- ' i T , X A g s . A fYALL.s1,fQ3ffll..iLZQ1T?T3-'Ef?S11::1fi'i::jfTi'z..s.s,L f-"fe-., ffiggjzfrffz 3441 ff TX K It S i'T5If,gl3igTITiI I Wi -gg I,., 5,Q4--gfg---Wim IN. IIIQQ. "1" X ' 'r - tIfL"S- efeleeiiififf'4fx1:3E'fIiii5tm5'Ez Iizrw-' s1'X?vIi:T1f....ff i'l"F"?T"7TT7. Imibf -is fs I New fo XEIVXT 'X X'f9f7'5:f' .z?:.1f:'IJ ICNQXWIFQ, .13 .ff fI , fir - Qi' . z I Y. W. C. A. I up if x U . . fojmx F. I t 4 The association this year has grown not only in ' figif membership, which has passed the S1X hundred mark, X - II I but it has also grown inthe scope of its work. The student employment bureau, formerly handled by the I Dean of Women, has this year been managed by the A I' association, and the Student Volunteer Q Band is W I I 'I' formally afliliated through the. membership of one I xg " volunteer on the association cabinet. C8 fs I I The outstanding feature Which made this growth II possible was the great finance campaign held during I A .q October.d Qt the ogeningyogthe lilall tern? 'gre Yplung S.. I I Men an oung omens ssociations o t e co ege - U decided to raise, in one joint campaign, the funds If necessary for the carrying on of the work of both I .7 I associations for the year. By abandoning the mem- ' ' bership fee, no man or woman would be kept out of i 1 the association for financial reasons. The Y. W. C. A. ,I Q ,MISS MARGARET H. MCCAGUE, had previously felt that too much time and energy i Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. had to be spent in raising funds. I Ten teams, each composed of two faculty- members andeight students had charge of the 1 I canvas. Thursday evening, October 19th, a mass meeting was addressed by Miss Lynch and I - Miss Dodge, Secretaries from Minneapolis, and. by the faculty finance chairman of both if I I I associations, and the campaign was on. The rivalry between the teams was intense, but good I I .,, natured. A rainbow poster in the main hall announced the progress of each .team toward the I I goal. The climax of the excitement was reached on Saturday night when over seven hundred I I 'p people sat down to a membership banquet to listen to final reports. Such enthusiasm as was SI ' attained that night has seldom been seen in any group here. With slogans, yells and songs the teams ,urged each other on to raise their pledges until the whole amount might be sub- ' scribed. Almost the entiresum, fincluding S2,100, to cover local, ollice and committee ex- I, I penses, the salary of the Y. W. secretary and S475 pledged to national and foreign workj g was pledged before the meeting closed and the associations feel that other ends besides the ' ' IL, I .raising of the budget. were reached. ' 3 'L .Q 4 The association has been very fortunate in having as General Secretary, Miss Margaret : ' H. McCague, from the Northwestern University. She came to us from the City Associations E in Decatur, Illinois. She is an inspiration to every girl in school in all lines of work-re- I 5 I ligious, social and extension. Her eflicient work and attractive personality have made the pg 't ' I association one of the most helpful places to the girls in the school. I I H ' . I' C - All of the meetings have been of special interest. Daily -morning watch meetings are 2 iI'?" held in the association rooms. Regular midweek meetings are held in the Auditorium on Wednesday evenings from 6:20 to 7:00 o'cIlock. joint meetings of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. , are held on Sunday evenings. Among the good meetings were a series conducted by the four I 'S' year college classes, a series on Norm.al Living, a vesper service given by the College Or- 5 4 chestra, under the direction of P'rof. Merrill, a Christmas Pageant, and a series on non- fer ,K Christian Religion by Prof. Wright. The devotional committee, as far as possible, works in I I is I co-operation with the Cedar Falls Churches in correlation of meetings, subjects for discussion 4 QA if .7 11 and announcements. 5 -734415, a ,L-in 4,4 The Missionary Committee has supported a child in the Lee School in India, has taken I . charge of the Mission Study classes of which there are four, and has endeavored to arouse I 1 enthusiasm in missions. One of the most noted speakers this year has been Miss Ruth Paxou, 1 QI National Student Secretary of China. She gave a number of addresses and did a great deal ff of good in arousing interest in the work abroad. I I 3.1-II Isis' III FII 'I , , ,,,, s S. H W ,M , II 1, ,"fflE,ff'Q3iQQifii.fiL.V,',IIQi, I .,.. L II SI I II I-III it .,.' j:fR.fT..TxI'RffI1 tiifl., - I . IIIII, I . Q ,,W!:i"I'jI! X - I ,I XIIII II I II I I III I I I IIIIikI1IIiiBlIVl,IILlltLY:II 'I ff I "I' X 't" "I"tI"IItN'w I- Page Three hundred tfwenly .X E" .Q ,tk ng ' , X x,.r1.N E-. - -5 1 , 1 1 J'- Y- .- 'C T" ' " a YT "xr 'fe x :A 3.5, I' J v ,I t' 5 l KK ,. tba, ,s--.g,xf..aq1,i.g .I Ay ps - 5 J. H i gt r lx - U ., K V .Q ..- V W f it J! Ni t- -Y ,QQ 'N'ic5if"5l4 'ff f K i f 1.1 pl li jiff' if fi l ' "ff '- l ff my . . x H N "l ' izwg s J N. .. X : ' f. -f - N. .H b .XJ r ff.-' fl- Q -. . ,-..,.,L . , .K . - .1-. , tg. X i, ,. ' x- . H- ' " NX t t YQ u ' L 1 I 0 5- as .. .-. N. ---r......, .....,. .f a ...-1. L .. -. ,., u . 3, ,,,,L,J . 0 There are thirteen bible classes for college women, in the various churches. In the fall up xg of 916 the membership and bible study committees canvassed every house on the hill, asking QM the girls to afiiliate themselves with the Y. W. C. A. and some bible study class. We have had a very successful second SX cabinet which has helped the first cabinet N13--Q in its work. They have made a study of sfstfils- the Association through the handbook. fl Their principal social feature of the year was the representation of "The Christmas Z Study," a series of six tableaux, With read- ' 1 ings from Ben Hur. In November, 1916, the Cedar Falls High School became affiliated with the Stu- dent Organization here. One of our cabi- net members is a member of their perman- El ent board and meets with them weekly: I The social service departmentpentered into various lines of activities. They have charge -'11 of the association rest lines of activities. They have charge of the association rest-rooms, of the Hower fund and the employment bureau. Several Clubs were organized in Cedar City and Oak Ridge. Occasional visits were made to the Old People's Home and a Christmas ' party given to the children at Cedar City. U - ri le t The social committee has had a very active year. Last spring, they gave a birthday party on the campus for all girls whose birthdays came between the months of January and June. 1725? The Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. had a picnic supper together and plans for the year were dis- " g cussed. The advisory board- entertained the cabinet at an elaborate supper at Mrs. Walkers' Nag home. Beginning the Fall Term of 1916, trains were met, tea was served on registration day 2 and two get-acquainted parties were given in the gymnasium. tOne was a children's party 2 for all new girls and over 700 girls gathered to play children's games. The old girls choose a costume party, too, and came the next week to an old maid's party. While the weather per- mitted every Saturday morning at 6:30, from forty to seventy energetic girls laden with break- Q fasts started on a long hike. Tea is served every Wednesday afternoon in the association if rooms. Another party was given from all those whose birthdays come in the months from g September to February, folk games and taffy pulling were the main features. 5 The publicity committee has never failed in having weekly postersifor all meetings fi and special posters for all special occasions. During the summer of 1916 the asso- ciation had for the first time a salaried .i. .' , .1 W., .gzip if P, . 3: -A .---1 ' In 5 :J :Lt 5351-rf. -331414 . VI, ' secretary and regular membership. The 1 1 .-., . ,., .1 A, ,, ,, f 7 1 ful ' ,2'fjg1..Lg' 2? .2 2.55 iii 7 .fin Q . f 5 1 P amy- Q, . 2 A Q llgx - I, N I U CJ-AJ A 1' fda 4, H.. x 1 il.- 1 . Q L F E ' ' L ' 1 ' ' 2 . I 1 1 ' 1 v A 4. il 4 1 N V Ev tag l .J ig! .. M li t - ltd summer school people were greatly ln- fluence by the enthusiastic secretary, Miss Ware. The school was represented by ' 'xl L eighteen delegates to the Lake Geneva Con- l ff-.24 ference. Legal 5:11.51 on 2 if'-' ll d'f,N.,,iiVl if ld: 1, ...... A.-. cg.. gf- A ,wa A, 1--..-,.,,m V ,-..........--.nfffig 'vt . j,jr'i'1 w f 7'fffiix'-Q'7f"37?jfY-gjffi-, r, "--,v-.-jw,.f- W ,, -'Q.'.....f'-- 1 '1'W,lM M V' K ' 'f.""3'f7'..f L- 13--jf 'W QA r. , 'l ' 'ini' 'fTff'jf'." IL 'x ' "TM" 'T""T'- H 'ill-35f.'7-" f' F. ,TTT fjYffgf1lWv,,vM,,,1'w . -ig ff, 'K a..fip:,.,, C' if ,i. Wig , 'eii Q 521-Ig a4if2-fii:4.555i'L..g, M ,3,Qggf3g'T i 1 aff: ' c 'a -if-ggi cf- 31 :rf , Z.. -'wmv' 'W' "'i' "M il s1l,,.x tl Page Three hundred tfwenty-one , .,.1 f -2 N I r Y. M. C. A. A if . F .fl 1 1 1 H b N g J J I w 9 H h 1 Grubb, President Hersey Sage Berry Lyon Faber Spafford Perrott Page Three hzuzdrnri lfwcnly-Iwo N Stout Grubb . I H 'ohedd Hodgson Spaazord GOSPEL TEAMS - 1916 1 1 Snyder Lugo Reed Balkum Hersey Q 1 -Page Tlzreelzundred twenty-three 5 K lf, ' ,h ,h K., A-f J 1 '. r Q if ' Wi' , !5Qg'1:'i.'ffr , --'X R-,n",,f-5. Q .RV fs f CJ J I1 Ji? J s 1 11 .42, rf- 1 3 It 3, gl I 4 5, ,l 4 , l .K - . I W i .I up l ifflff rg ' lf: :H IE Hal lt. 1 fi L4 Ll f ll? 3,1 .f .5 El G ""l E LJ if El E -1 .Y ,E i 7 'J ag H P if 3' ap MF We agigi. lk ffl L, Le' iii ld- Vw Fl fit it 21,1 i, fi 2 F ll gift ' il 4 li 5 1 . , 9. V I jj .. V, , . ' 1 .1 , , W ree" s A so 1 le- Y-H s 4' ,1 4 DELEGATION TO GENEVA, 1916 , A GENEVA Lake Geneva is a beautiful body of water in the southeastern part of Wisconsin and about ninety miles from Chicago. This place has been the rendezvous of the young men of the col- leges and universities of the Middle West for twenty-five years. Practically every school in this part of the country sends a delegation to Geneva to attend the annual conference that is held for ten days, usually about the middle of June. V I. S. T. C. has always been well represented at the conference. Last year, it had the dis- tinguished honor of not only having the largest delegation from Iowa, but also from the nine or ten states of the Northern Middle West. Unless one has been to Geneva, it is diflicult to conceive the many good things that await him. You come in contact with such men as Brewer Eddy, john R. Mott, Robert E. Speer, Bishop McDowell, "Dad" Elliot and 'many others. These men have national and some an international reputation in their chosen work. What is the purpose of Geneva? you mak ask. The ultimate aim of the conference is to bring up before the college men of the country the mighty problems concerning their own 'life work and how they can best invest their lives. Any man who has been to Geneva will tell you that a challenge was given out to him while there. Teachers College had thirty-three representatives last spring and no one can ever tell where their influence will end. These men are now scattered in every walk of life sowing the inspirations which they received at Geneva. The Geneva experience is very helpful for men who go out on gospel teams, because they received so many new thoughts and ideas while there. Every man should look forward to attend at least one conference during his college career in order to given him a broader outlook on life. We are sincere when we say, "A bigger delegation to Geneva this year." Page Tllrvn l1ln1a'rml lfwwlly-four '7 l. t J V. U L., 'if 'ii' f H" :T wi l L f.Ql . :ff " L , -l . 7,14 fr . .fr ., . , v lfeffjifli 6 riji 1 lx? l -ip ff- awe 4 35 'f il l if li A ll lj l 1 nf' lg,, E. 5470 i, iz ' E? l 'l lg if A i l rl iq ' l If:-2 L H Q ' l lr 5 ral s Eg 1 ig? 1 ff if For fi Q4 5, I 55 E 2' riigls ' N-4 Eb, E? 3 is as 51? l Z Lift his 1 v.- ., 'K1 J H4 f 1 -,H 1 f Y 'HL ' 1 f. A J, Q ,.. F, V1 .- ' '1 1, X-"' J 4 x L, ig? Li Z 3 .,. 4 , k wry 1141 fill' ' A C ,,., n m 13 5. 14 ,uh 5 4 Iii' E 41 :- 4: 1111 E-vi. E53 if ja , if fl: ' air E E1 9 , vm f .., , V. cy fy fl 'H M-J f ffl 17' -' V. Y F 3 'Y ' iii? , , ? QS 5,4 FV 2 f, , v ,,-L L J, 55 gm Yr :ll 1'ff'T 5 15 "J it Xy 1'.m .M 1 i N P , H , u w F XX "W, 5,--Aw : --H ,jgg k Y A I X WYYN, 1, i' , ij 7 ' r ,Z if , H1 J. A E-',"'w, JV- 'Q 1 N Ll - I r Page Three hundred tfwenty-jifve L J I! .rx T 1 N4 tw T 1 1 1 , 3 'H E .1 m E ., xl- A- if ..-,..,.,. . . V ,,fl -A-- K ii Rini,fQ2ff,n,:f:if' J N Xi Vi t N f 'Y wiv' .f ef-ttf -' fiii ,411 s f ' ' out , ' ,. 'H jx, If 111 TAM' " , . - --W 5- 'L f :,-:2-' : - I f-, i V ,. f--'ke' 11 1 - .-'wwf'-X X' xi J 2 1 - , v X . - . " ' '1 " 4' f 1' 54 -2 fix ,N f ga .LJi'yxXj,' 34- ,AJ -X Y 4-.,,',..4,-i1,LV: 1 faq . - yy' H JA gl ,J 1- all 1 H f Q J ,, I ,lf - 4 " it 'c'frwSf-fl-ezcfafainl ' --J is -tu . ,fft TQ Y X .N AJ 'kwa it ' at CL . ll Vi 1 fl x i 5351 i is li . ,angel if tri iii it i l i Fi Ci? i i il 5 1 Al VT 1- 5 'Fl 1. l? cell Il Ar itll ii 4 iiwil fl ., llirldbyriii i 5 a . f ,, 3 J r Q .I 1 Q 1.1 ' .1 i fl 4 ,f ' I if a ,1 Page Three hundred lfwmlly-.six And now the Feature Section! Say, folks, thereeisn't much to it -after all- you didn't give us enough material to make a real first-class affair-but what there is must be properly dedicated, so here we are: A To our advertisers! Those long-suffer ing, patient individuals whomade us what we are and incidentally improved their own prospects- To J. Scott Weller, who spent many hours writing t'ditties" to make ornate th-e pages of this section- To Mr. Bangs, our janitor, who so care- fully looked after the hygenic conditions of our office during the days of fll1'lllOil and strife- To the Cafeteria that makes us stand in line twenty minutes before we eat- and to the Pink Poodle that makes us wait thirty minutes and then we dun'l eat- ' To these we dedicate this section. E... A , J El 1, .,.. i :H fff-T V' if". sf if 'L Jil if ll gt Q ii it Sa Hi il, 51 El s l i ' I E 5 -5 i , . , ,l its F1 ,it-Q ,wi-4 .A 1+ F111 N' l :gi fi ll ,1 L I im W M -2 -3. 5 nm E5 E3 1 ally. 3 il 4k'1j -1-,oi '-1., .A ls! . -f-,J 5. .15 S42 ,: ma "W ri ,.. 79 M A' X.. , ig if fi Anil: :iii ,gl X e '1 ,Axis- N.. si A-. 2-4 s M . N - 1 To 'Exit V '11 F ., kt W w N , it 1 1 i N X. , xx v 5 I 5 1 4 I I I , l . ! , 1 W I , . . Y I i 3 ', l I 1 E Q i I V Q , 1 ,c n fl- 5 fi l rE'! JP Wi, , - r :V ' all T L! 1I , N HMI k pill - 1.51, giqfi' f fy! l':5. i' 11 :,'? , r E 94 l.1 m ' iii -251, my ifglq' Iii-. D, !I- ag.. . 1 I- 1 1 sgvii' sl--, r I I : 1, ' I1 5 QIW' wlpil ,g af' i 5 f WR 5' ' The first day of our career Within this college sphere, VVe stand, WVe stand, We stand, VVe stand in line. QThey count us by the scorel At one end-a little door 'Through which we pass- But first-we stand in line. Sometimes it doth appear That We are drawing near, But still We stand, We stand, WVe stand in line. Yet some of us survive To spend ouriqlittle five And then We're glad- But first-We stand in line. ' ,.,-..t.+-finishes ' -f- -- ' ' Page Three hundred twenty-.fefvifl ji! Lil' lr i 1511.- M ,.-fl: tri? ,4f't Pyi a 'tix Fl .l . .WG i M J. I.. i r Q I Lil ei .sg 'I i I I I 4 t I I , I Q 4 J. I I 'n,w I .143 fygii 'll .,'! .ll .113 'YN 5 I . Is. P I U, ,a I v i 1 'll .gin lim' af' lil 7 1 1 I l 1 1 . i I I I a . 1 1 I I . i I .3 , Ili' . 3 ly! 'ft' itil: gl I H ,,. .ufwg ' .'v"1-ff' '-.Z-xi ft tiff' 1 I tiff-el,,f's Fxxx-IX ,lj . 1 eQ XQQ Qs., mill ai? eff? gil Qfnmifl 2914? I XLCM IL' cp . 3 Ll 113 ri 'fi Q I I Y I lm" F 5..- I 2 V TW ll lc ' 1 :fl 'I 1 1 l . Xl E EQ J 4 'IF 'il it t -fi . "1 . fi. rf Q- -4 all? r , 11. high H E5 -trifle Iilipff' fi :ffl lf: 5532 ll 11.5 i.,..1 U. Fix l I , . I . 1 ,1 ll , ., ---..-mmm., . , - f X. -- V ' 7-.- e---J'--4'-'rt """' " "' 'A' la V fe.. -f--A---W ------f---f .."""'TQ',jf'W NIA' err r' "" j j'f"Qjj1"'i:7ifa"1. "i Tlfift 1' ' . , N-Y ,p p , lf i mb-A - Vwiffzfi ., .-F71 M .J ,, ,. , . ., , I J- ',- --f -,wi r' v' f' 1 . , I .-,,,A N. . 4 . I 1 Z J X R I H A K' ' A'i W.-. H I 'Xu' ,I f ,. , , n,m X . . M.. f J' M . r, ,I , ,x,, . NNE. The Pink Pug Dog I xvent to the P-oodlle at seven- I sat in one of the stalls.- l was there before anyone started to dine- But I waited and Wai-ted and waited for mine- h Until there was nothing left on the sign. Oh, I sa-t-in the Poodle-and waited- I was still there at 12:44. My brain became rife with carbolic intent- It was not until then that I got up and Went- ' If I'd stayed any longer, Ild been paying rent. When I sat-in the Poodle-and waited. On With The Dance- Terpsichore is in ill repute! -Reason? There isnlt any. It's just .a case of a badly Warped concept of ffxvaltzj' which radiates White lights, popping co-rks and chorus girls in an iniquito-us whirl through th-e troubled minds of our beloved faculty. It presupposes a previous, present and subsequent damnation of mankind- we -are all bad and yea-rn to make ourselves worse. The dance is evil-We teach 'it in our school. Music, sublime-rhythm, me-rely 'an' -auditory enjoy- ment. Fair postulates my dear, dear professor, but, alas, 4'There are more things in heaven and -ealrth than are dreamed of in your philo-sophyf' Oh, Charlotte fair and debonair, You say that you are fancy free- That all you seek is justice stern Wfith naught to do with chivalry. 7 But if itls justice that you crave, O, come to me! O, come to me! m I Page Three hundred lfwenty-eight I 1 - N. ' 1 Lv "G 'Q I of.!- - H , x I ' I ' v N H" - - -- ,AM ,i,,..,.e-,.,m .,,x . ay -,fjf 'qs .,l,,,,- if E715 1.-7 FA EL ASQ If 1 x i s 11 IL I , 5 I 55 . .Ei e y 5 XII I' 5, I f E3 I l ,ti L 1' I 3 E . "' I E I E . if - ll V i ,I 1 35. is I-QI? Elf E i I e' ,fizfi L fm '23 .Ei luis il. el fr lil, ll self Fil? ie? W :Jig lf. l..-,,: 5-' lg l i x.. w.'l X-I N x X N X . N 'rf Hxilx xilfi' X. Q vu Q ,kv gk. Xxxfs., ,ii rf X-3 Xi R K, ,QE 1 T11 -.W Ei' . 1 l I P4 rf lewd? if E5 I 151 L 13 r E I . 1 E 53,4 ' E5 gas? 5 3 i S12 5 9 E if rm: ' A k T-fe-JZ A..i+-I-w ,JJ P111 fll..-W-A r-'ffg lififl Mr. Mr. , Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. 1 . . 1 'lr-X 11a.- . 1 1 .1 11 1 5 9 Mcliitrickz '4Wh.at is the lesson, Mr. Jewell?', Jewell: "The lesson ?" Mcliitrickz "Yes, the lesson." I Jewell: "'You see, sir, it was just this way- I wasn't here the other day, And so I thought ltwould hardly pay To bother with-." Mcliitrick: ffTo bother with-7' Jewell: f'To both-er with the lesson." I J ew-ell: f'What is my grading, sir, this term ?f' M1cKitri1ck: '4Yo-ur grading ?7' J ewell: ffYes, my grad-ing." McKitrick: '4Yo1u see, sir, it was just this way- You were not here the other day, And so I 'thought ltwould hardly pay To bother with-." Jewell: "To b-other with-F' Meliitrick: '4T'o bother with your grading." Erwin Owen here we see In his Very best, Erwin always dresses thus On the day of rest. Seems quite happy, too. But-we hope the firing squad Is just outside the view. l V TI Now he stands before the wall, 1 . '11 "Vi-11 1- -':-1 1 1 2 if X45 7 To 'rf' 3 'Gisli fix JI HRZTQ. fflfgjfw INT-! f i,YL,LQS25 in 1 1 . 5 new I U F li 3 I F fl Q F 3 1 E 1: 2 i .1 Q is 13 p- E Q 1 23 Q L- A A . Q 1. 11 kill? 1 tr 3 L... 39? Lair .iwg Q li if.. 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I l-A . mr' fu if I . ! ! ln thisspace we had a BEAUTIFUL picture. fIt was turned in by the SiouX.9 T'he only trouble was, the Advisory Board refused to Ap-ass it 5 the engravers refused to engrave it 5 and the printers refused to print it. However, we still have it on exhibition at the OLD GOLD oflieeg and we shall be glad to show it to anyone interested in true art. ll QQ E 35' I i . . Ei IWW I. E ml I I I Ml NCQ ally f 1, f51lfl1if'1ulz um I li' lllim Ilil Ill 1 G, ru' ,...n! mwlllluuun r egg!!! if . O, Q 5 2. ' C ll .5 F5 5 5 .f I! 3 5 .-L g 5 i Q 1 ,l I jg 1 . "' 5 Dear Ed1tOl1'Z l I I 3 iii I have the choice between a 310,000 position in St. Paul, or .a 551,200 job fw 1 I i in Tennessee. . Which had I better take? ' 11. -Z 5 I 'CXVHITJ' .Q 4 Dear ffWh1t": ' it . 5 I M' 'i 3 We know the girl. You'd better go to Tennessee. ' gig ' EDITOR. I ff: I7 fl ii-F33 I W! I rf new i- f . "a Q Q ll N' l I" I I I I +1 I I I A A '!,x.,Kg 4.1. L V iw Q 4 1,13 xv .HA ll J H E xkyxx 5 . .ig V . ai I . ' R2 l' ,' ' I 1. . .U 5 ' xx L, ,, H. ' U ,M M V l "!, ' .0 'V A 1 X'Q1,g'!lfw.fl age Three hundred tlzzrty , 4 f 1 P X 1 I, i , .dnl 4 4. J '1l!'K' 'ef , , L. A lg: 4 il il' inf 1 1' ," 143,155 rf' '. E , - .2 A QA f w A DAY AND A NIGHT NXAK if Xxwxi NN iw W 41.5 A J HSN? A day and a night in the Training School- if Q ku. . ide x,., A A A day and a night of Woe! QQ His mind went Wild, and he talked as a childg gilt -'T-1 And his ravings rambled so- ij M Lg No, dear, I haVen't it Written. Excuse? I've nothing to say. ii TQ V 1 Sure, meet me at the Pug Dog- lm L, hlnough, Waiter-take it away! You say that it's after midnight? iQQ3w:1,T'l Q Give me that toy balloon- li 1 l it ,Yb-- 4 , S No, they never had a lesson. lg p , , mlm: pi ij My kingdom for a tune! if p Why,don't they turn the lights on? 'girl it if t fl .--. r ,A We're dancing out here alone. aw, .' I "TL 5- ' '33 Heavens, girlie! Let's go home! ' A A .day and a night in the Training School- l i Who said ffiviadam Walker"? ' 5 1 , if H1 l A day and a night of woe! His mind Went Wild, and he talked as ai childg And his ravings rambled so. M AY gf 'l :J 'j 1 Mt, i T 'fi ' if 'ii fi 72? -- A 2- ' lllll 1 . g 'Slim Pm don-e boys! Done With rosy 11ps- 4,5 With jet-black eyes-with finger tips .4 , Sa li fi H-1 V ' Y That tremble at the furtive phrase I X' FS Of love-and one short moment's praise. It .nf ,M ,,x. J Wherie e'er the game, i.t's all the sam-e- L 1 . F A inal smash-and lots ot blame- .ey gil Q , - L- 111 A flood of tears-a passing sorrow- ' fall, 1 'l Ti ' " V7 l ' 1" gi Pm d-one boys! Done !-unt1l tomoirow. will H F- .' if -rl fl Wx ij K rl Hx i U fl ff! 4 ll fl Et l-- 1 LJ f...-Q ev H 'TIL ' E ff fi L E1 il ,,'i.li,' I J, -- tim: igggif 3551 23,355 iii 5136. P if il ttzfrw S ft-A l 571' ' 5 X Q cliff ,, lc-fly'-3 -,l P41 wwe ,c,,-.a.-me-:,s ,- 1 . - A. mv, , 4 ' f 1 f .V . 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V ' This is the law of the Office, and ever they make it plain:-- Petitioins to Faculty, useless, unless you can steal them across, . All changes of schedule are useless no mat- ter how strong and how saneg We're busy with two thousand schedules, so exceptions must therefore bei rare, Your grounds and your cause may be per- fect, but for compromise-what do we care? To Freshmen no favors are granted, their doom is to work, not to boss- ground. l X t Y' lllml 1 ' w 'A l , lv l l v.,l ' 5 ll' 2 Page Three hundred thirty-lfwo Dear Editor : Dear Hallie: The grim-visaged spectres who rule here are blessed with sharp tongues of cold steel, Our orders are instantly mastered and deaf are our ears to appeal. Beware lest our favor should fail you, and recommendation grow lessg The power is ours to guide to your down- fall or to your success. G. H. This is a picture of Ann and ni-e. I am sweet six- teen and Ann is seventeen. Don't you think this is a pretty picture? I like the leaves in the back- HJXLLIE. The leaves a-re great. So are you and Ann. t Emron. lllll x X D" iii' U1 IMI llrunllpgnwmeu- Q 30.31 - -QS t - Z . 'Qi l f E l l 1 Engl i g 1... ,., ii El. .f it if 4' ' . , ti L , . S52 x... 1, il Aw f:Qi::'fi ififffl r we--,Q 5 .S Cf 'X N tl Wx-,I X.-N, x W. ,aj X- X 'Rx ,X Vx TY ' tp, - 12,3 el .1 ,QR V 1 l ggi.. . Yvf3,l?Af11?:5- , 1 " 3 i I, W, , l P 1 f YN My K 352 u , , ' 7'7f f x M up W U Ax 'A .N 'yi ky-Q. A .5 . p 1 -. Q XX 'X , f1.53,. fee- lf, V if . -M , . x K Ll, ij t.. -. fe X V. i.. x ifjjisrlk Ll?-lvllei ,TUV 'iff ri X L -..W 4 w.,. .. , W., M 6-,',vfmVl,jV L My :- x W ftlfrif Q .3 tri: fra iq Q .55 ,ff K vp sylfg 5 . . .XJ-.Gil ff J XXX, xi? dwigk K all-n Th' . .Q IS represents two-thlrds of the gp .p Anglo-Saxon Class. - t if 'S .p - . flkh S 5-2 A V If the other thlrd IS as good-well E3 - " .4 . '- I ' A 'N y . M SOME CLASS! Q we i 9 ei K F lin L c Q M , 'l ' u 4 M , 'sr ' la i 503-M r 1 .4 . . U Q , dx if Dear Editor: ' , i a 'P - , . b ' 5 .Will you please Write a short article expressing your opinion of our regis- H- ei f tration system? 1 3 I 5 , u . ' . .M C. S. COREY Re istrar. 5 1 1 E Dear' Mr. Core : ' ' g ' ,,, , 5 if Y : 5 7 ' ' I 5 gg I ll do 1t, if you'll pay my fine, 3, I M ' ,, ' ' EDITOR. ' Ai? I ' 2 lx 9- A ' ' Se - 51, . . . ll - - MISS MARTIN fa la K1p11ngJ E F4 - , - XVe'Ve seen lem coach theatricfals before, . 5 3 IE. An' some of 'em was good an' some was notg if fl We've seen ta cou le hun-dfred less or more' E j . A . 7 3 . But Miss Martin was the fm-est of the lot. , - g 4 She makes 'em Work in farce or pantomimeg y 'V , Sh-e never seems to pause an' take a rest. F, g ' She's like a young tornado 'arf the time, ff 'Y E An' makes each actor d-o 'is b-loomin' best. Q l if 3 'Q So 'ere's to you Miss Martin, when you're ravin' down the ' 2' . aisle, E ' A Teachin' Hallie Ward hysterics, teachin' Erwin 'ow to , Q Smile, - - lVl1en youfre rushin' toward the footlights, -an' the errm' , if ones turn pale, Q 'N YVitl1'your arms gyratint roun' you like a Windmill in the if M e -'cd' T, ' gale. ,t l fa You make a 'uge commotion, but to you We hand the Bays " fi' A , . - , f-- ,, And lift our 'ats, Miss Martin, for you do pioduce the E.. p limi 2 .45 .fl Q . , e V . ,KPN.m.CG..:.m...7e1""QjrfTa:E?dEit:a?',Fm"S'31fJ7IFff?Gigf"T?L'i1"i'I7'37fg1iNxT17if"'rf".'wlfhx' 2'9".xi ""t cr-.. eeae We""r""j gift er. LY V +3 : ij ' 1' l FL 3'n'g.2t'T,i:." 'c" 11. .-.-....f"-i.,,T.n,,.m, ..... 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Bull Durham." 'J 3 I J 74'-X-'IKE' ,V V V i - x .mu e. I 5 iyQg x-CN n o 4. l .i 5 5 2343" U "H I , 'Zaf 1 Io. I h i 44 ' lx M Z If W Pbofz What are the parts of a J I 'X ' f 1 'M .:- - I ts id K l Wjflyff-'gist if horse's harness." l - 5 U ,1 Q f f ,W shedid: '4Go1lar, tugs,' and v gi side V -sf-7' if ffl ww t1'O'l1S6'I'S.,, ,Y t ,. i f , ff' 1 :ZF V ., , 1 , f A: I A ' - i .VA ff y at , W' Wm ,f' ,mill . 3 .-X - 1 ' ' . l X ' f : 1 V - 'r - r t l L fi"" WM - Piof 44D8SCP1b6 the o e 1 , - ' 1 L ' . . - ' l - ,Q g A AK A- uf -E method of fretting down o-ff of a Q fan' an... "' - ffdftwwf-TT horsle 77 U b . -Q 1 . Q - . j . 2 Q Cgfjff L7ijjf:jLLg:j174565 Gainan: UA-ah! We always i Fl tg KN-M He:-A af 'Hue He,,4 in g,,.,,,,,, picked that off of geese." , i , . x 1 Q Te, t E , ,E X 2 Ill is 5 If E . Q - u: , jr rg 1 X J CJ 1 2 s 1 C3 ,fn 1, L.. How do you distinguish the common breeds o-f chickens? Farlowz 4'By their eyes and fw1addl'es."' VVh-at shows quality of a cow? ' McE1hinney: "A gentle look out in the eye." VVhat are the essentials of a good cow? ' Wilso-nz 'ZBroad I'udder5 lean eye and a Wide I11l1SSl6.77 Name a breed of ned hogs. -ifffgg 'jffgr 439151, -A--sn fm- gains A ,NM ' Q' ' N. is g We egg: using i 7 tmlfltlll. Y bvgi 2 l S ti g 5 iii A Q Q H Q CEI U21 fu f-4:9 Q IT C7 O CD P5 gg it: s Q ev co 5' -I . 11 O '13 P-s 'fs Ni 13" 99 Cr' 99 N. Qf- Q3 Q2 Pl' Qi PT' m ff' b f 71 C5 O L-1. ' . 'Ti' F-1- :' X Q-F n-I V Q3 P' CD 02 .. QL N w H CD Q-I m Q4 U2 "S so ,X I ' 2 . . f-f- . . UI . . vs -is V ' "" -A F' .X A .X U E 4 Jr: BTA Q in CD vs 95, A U' 5 s A f 'tv CD F' CU ' O O 'fziiifw EH, O5 QW De- 3 1 4,7451 9 f-+- - 4, V :nl ff CD 5' E E 2: U' CD 5' VO ' X' CD v-rs lg "5 Q ' Pl' . I ca 3 5 Q o f-if W G Z UQ Hs -so H' 'Q 1 5' . K-E Q Cp CD f Q iff ' o-I CD CD 5' 9 5 +-I ' Q E 3 1 A aff: . 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Pl 5:5 fl ,il 'l.I' -w. ., ll 5' Elflfiiil .rr -- -3 1 . f I , ' is .- i 113' g . Classes begin and classes graduate each term. Four Year College Course can be completed in three calendar years by con- tinuous attendance. The program of studies gives special train- ing fo-r all kinds of public school service from the Kindergarten and the Rural Teach-er to the Principal and th-e Superint-end-ent. Beginning with the opening of the Summer Te-rm, June 6, 1917, with they co-operation and direction of the State Depart- ment of Public Instruction, a One Year Course for Normal Train- ing High School Critics will be maintained. This will be an -eX- clusive course no-t obtainable elsewhere. I WVith the co-operation of the Orange Township and the Hudson Consolidated Schools, special training in consolidated school work has been permanently established-courses not ob- tainable elsewhere. ' A - Dormitory privileges of a first-class character for women, on an economic plan. A high grade of supervision of a student's daily work, guaranteeing efficient r-esults. None but successful students continued in attendance. Write for information wanted. HOMER H. SEELEY, President. A H Tl , QU7 ,nn I g 1Q,lTIl.Q' Ln nn 3551, ff" 3 N' jiisfjk L Q .73 "" Stiff 55 as . co C H lg U- 5265 l i 2 '11 W gi Qi?5?fiff5'l O "f ' S3 lfle-elfffftfiil Q rv- l. .f n , 5 CI bfi CP W ED m :xi,.lS,i.:Q 3 V Q UD fp g I iff 3 E2 o Q 5 X '.x'- . Q m Q. F1 rl- sp 5 F' U co 4 1-4 IP ggqlliyiili m Mx I I 1 fl 'll . i S W r-Q fllgmleg H 'El 3 H1 0 l li' will 'ER 'P E .53 Ei. .gn W fb r' CJ H 5 .fn 51 S Q 'Q O I-1 Z U1 3 2 CD Zflffffiiiigfrrf A O D, 5 Q 3' fiizrifififgf ri P4 if C I 5 5 ,Z CP 1 rii P-G 1- 5? 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Q ll Hi , 1 ' QA ll lo lip V ' e TWO STORES GOLLEGE HILL s 219-21 Main street 5, It 7, E w UZ ,J A "'t -.,.-1 ,4 8 v ,il 7,1 1 ggi ,EE lisilf Q lil Noir QUITE, MAY. if F Sega 3 Mr. Getchell: 'fOf what value is ether?" May Shull: "It is used for chloroformingf' fag Q ' ff 4 pi lei W A, ,L H E all ahlki-Q .,4....-J' Eli Xipxl r lj X A all 'fFor it's always fair weather 'When good fellows get together-F' I, K v HIS AVOCATION Page Three hundred thirty-sefven - -ai" ,E I S, . gy 1 z 1 1 one-2. vo-1-1 . 4 5 2 fl' Q34 - . V r'f5W3 X "R" : 1 4 T'f'3'bi"?'i ,--rffs , f---N--M'---'W f l M' -'V' s 5777"i'V"'T3Pi1?li3 Tlffili- 3 f'r""'ii"j1jj'j"Tu'f79"-'-'T'T" ' T' 1-'QQ-,Q f 1' -'N' ,', rj fi gig,f-,e..:i'LiTi:::.1T1i:3,if . . ey 'fi n iigiffj-sfggf,fitsfrgi, 'i-Q--i11:i,:-:L':.1gig.!x fx. Af' l felt" YQ ,Q A Z1"fJj'53'g,f'ff3"f'f1'Q9i'iTl?Q'jj' fjifs 'Q , i T:i1iT,T efjff'-7,i'7Qf3-EW' ' 4Yf4'A'lfY fl"'7f3:3f' Xsrafji Q3-ily! ,ilu tif? A f ' K 'L' , :liar - Slllgfilfl lflxfxq l N f- fe kill fx gp. l he 5, ff 4, A N dl 7 if ,Q 1-wi 41 J ' i A c is 'H i if RGANIZED ln 1884, mf at l l l 2 - . , l M, corporated 111 1900 and f ' 1 :Fil . ' ' 'L W improved every year for 33 . l , l A-Fit-vim F F ,, M, ,flLiO!f jj' V , -,fm - -v ,,., 1 ,,l. if yCa1'fS . . l O' I l . gl if i l F1 X lf Us X, J ' 1 sk , M gg, l F Fully Accredited by the V l iw ., . . ' j ,N , l 'National Association of Ac- y ' " ' 1 55 VMI credited Commercial Schools l y A and recognized throughout the it 5 Commercial School world as , f y y l ' S l l K 'f 1 ' I. ' -l A Y 9 5 r- if ' it l Q E 'fl More than a busi- ' , gy li ness College---- 3 y 1 An Educational fn- l f ji I stitutien. e A M A A ii do El wil - i K Waterloo Business College ggi il! Eli Almon F. Gates, A. M., Pres. , 1 PDE 'fl ' Sigh Waterloo U - Iowa -W L l 5 gl E533 rg l, lrff gk xsixi 1 , r, V , V ,K tx-R.-N g u U ' 'U ' X g7.gf?ftf1QTs Q ,q ,, U Q M y ' 'ark s I Page Three hundred thirty-eight N4 .3 . s. - 1 ,I H wk ,N Q Q X ,iii ff" E.- 1 , vice, or V 'E fel ,Q 5, 'A I' w i li ca M . Is., w 4 . X A,,. j V51 . ,v ,., , ,- V ll Vs., C, . mg, 4 ,J .. ,M LR 3 is 9... if: i- fi ., F c bfi 1,31 Fl CT , . .5?'z I rj KJ fr- 5 Q iii .54 5-1-L: Teil 2:-1 x , Teil El in in T A fl -mf' 1 Frida" era F71 ,nfl .?, in ,uf-'i WI, af LJ fi A x 3,5535 kg Ls E55 1 Y :ri A A -N ' - A X X S 5 INSURE YOURS-ELF against tire by stop-ping at the finest Hotel in Iowa Strictly M ode-rn and Fire Proof HORTON ei HOLDEN' HOTEL co. PROPRIETORS E l l B 9: H ., I I , f , I - I I Nemo Corsets, Royal Society Threads, Henderson Corsets, Col- lege Princess Dresses, McCallu1n Silk Hose, Kayser Silk Gloves At Cedar Falls-the city of pavement and beautiful lawns and homes. A clean church going people that will welcome you to Cedar Falls with a hearty handshake. A A C HOPKINS BROS. Our Spring Catalogue including all Outdoor Sports Will be mailed to you upon request GOLF I TENNIS TRACK BASEBALL Any sport you areeinterested in. Write us for our special prices to Schools HOPKINS BROS. CO. 618 Locust St 'DES MOINES, IOWA SPORTING GOOD . I, ff nf- , ' I,-jiri, ,, . .. --Y,-:af wif, , .,.!.f-ff-Af' "Nj-jf'fj,j1 V' E L l Q HE, HE, HE- , M vi., In , Y Y, ,ull .,..L... ws.-.-.V X- 1" 1' I ,W 1 1 n ,,-f ---H1 --'F va.-. H ' ' - "- ' s n f ' H. ,K . .Levm vi- ,.- H H M , ,K 7, 1 h ,W Wi . ,. ,,,..., ,,,..,..,. V - f. , .K 13, .sp "4 Ly .inf ,. ff 1, . -1 "I .J 1. Pa I' i i ,f 'v 'H l I lj lf+"s4fi:,'-li: if 1' lil Q, 55' ffl ra l E-,. 5 . i L l it Xue. .1 ei 1 1 l fl adj f Sl .. .fs ll ll if Pfam 1 EIL tl 5, . N, Y'-H lyl ag, , Q.- in, V rf ff lil I 1 i D V. I--Fil, i ll-fl lf' 11 2, 1 1 7 x Z.. L if lla w f - 1 ff ffl BP? 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A aroun V 2- I 1 T U' 'M g I , I ' ,IIIIILDIQ I f ' , 3 I I , , Ill - I . . ,gg-gf -r - 4 NX' A ' I II- I " f E ' , ,situ HI-I Qu ' in iQ T -Zn- 5 L . ff 2 arf 3 Ll THE CED R F LLS T1oNA ANR Corrdially invites the Students to make our Bank Your Bank during your stay in CEDAR FALLS L Page Three hundred forty SEE ILL RD LE XANID E R FOR I SOCIETY BRAND SUITS I MANHATTAN SHIRTS STETSON HATS SPALDING SWEATERS -Av-1' .4,.J -. Zi' K., -. ..: '3"r'fw'f'v f'KQr""' I' f, tilwkgffd I- wf N f I ff I' 'T O .. , 1 -v I , . F V It Ii!! I ugikqig 'nl V1 T I 5, lTlIll?'Q1ilf1 1 'TQISIQT Illflhz llllffllj .I ' A " ' I argl., -3, IIII IQ . Ng, ..-g..,lL.fg .. .--- .1-'sf 1 All s Lia Qtr.: III V, . .1 M' F IES Agfa PQI? Il. .fa F932 I? T245 fe 'gt 57522 lg.: XE, 1 so a x ik' ww r. I t P.. X I Y lx N V ' lx V f 5 V R yi Q qi, g O 'lg ' 'fl 5 I 'ff x.,,. A , x, Q i AUTO Xl 1' ,mm O' .r L . 5 P ,O A If J- 'A ' ' " ""'u.. 1 A - " K ,..,,.,. ' -lf 1 '..i. N L-W1 I I Q0 o if ' , . O 'Q 4fi'13efg,?fff - 5 Q I ' 2? . Z SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Q 5 O E Never before has this store had such m X .3 Q a wide and beautiful sel t' f X ci up 5 0 . ec ion 0 QQ 7X 'N' E 0 E Style? 11? boots and pumps for dis- 5534 ,' NT? ' O 0 cr1m1nat1ng women. 13 E, E S' E These Styles represent the exclusive R il A543 2 3 ' product of some of the best known Les! fl M . S ' 5 makes in the country. I' it Q P y. Students, make this store your head- I QM -QQ? s . quarters, you areoalways Welcome, 1 1 as I 3 M Q f -' All mail orders g1ven our prompt at- lei " N 'LJ 11157 ' 1 , , 1 1 1 tention. 54 I , aaa to E. 5 -I ggi E A ROYSON SHOE STORE is ,ill ' 213 M3111 Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa fig Q fa F +R '1 I 9 ig I f Y LT 11 5 0 ' l' I E At Your SOIVICC E1 I n I The Barrigar store has tried to serve i I you- well and serve you as a friend. , I A 'i We hope that when you leave school V l you will think well enough of us to is j mention our names to your friends I E who are to come. Send us your , -1: Q: I' V Q E orders for school supplies. 5' lf? THE if. I E 3 T- ia '? - Ll BARRIGAR I P rf kr? f is i STORE I BIZ? 'Qi E il? A Pi Zi 511 Ex? Kill? A ,M 351' Sw 1"- W Z3 fm bw NC: E1 up , Ei fm-,-. pi-7,3 7-W-,---4 gkr, The only existing picture of "Icp" unen- ' cumbered. fThis is rather mean, "Icp," but you said yourself that the feature section must be de- voted to unusual things.j YOU WILL LIKE THE BL CK H WK HOTEL CEDAR FALLS, IOWA .. Af- i fu Q A ,. --f I- -----,' .f1"lw41ln:' W . ' Y if AV, J Y,,,,,7 ,,- , .1 - f ' f .f - 'D'-"' r' f Lvl, ,. ,LJ ima 1 .- U tiff: if ----f LA, ,- V V X Lx i . l A I., ,lil fl I I J 4 1 fx lil Lf E E-3 'X E131 l abt 5 Liil i'i?f'-1 IW?-.'l it R s ,x D I Page Three hundred forty-one I D ag ilf V: If -2 III ,.w I ' I 1 1 I 1 ,I I fi QVI I 11 in I 'n 'I I if ii Q ik 1 fl I! l 11 xii z . I , , . 1 L: :I Z 5 I I I I H 'I '1 P, I T I I I I, I K, E2 V1 IE! mi! I' 1 i M, rg- ,. I E52 1 "x 1-1:9 ?I--gif? 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E 4.33-2, .L 'Ii 4 NPG 2 I' Ivy 532 If v., I . it-4 II welcome-you are never obliged to buy A L 1 K Q 'CJ KUPPE HEI ER CLOTHE 5 W "The Ifuppenhevlmefr House 7:70 Ceclar Fallsv f I' A O L E S O N ' S I 2 5325 fail I eg 3 3 5 I2 if ,. . I ,fnziiiszt P-I ls' 'blivlbvol i A l S U4 :mu OFFICE OR INSTITUTION I 244222252 .EEIQSRN in '2' if-2 i ,211 i22"":25f2r l , - - 5 . - '-5 2 E El-I E, Q can be best supplied by Davidsons-Des 5:12 2 mlm' Moines-from immense stocks which assure I -wg 2g'i1:,ccgZ25 fini? I " ' I 5 E I N' ' ' ' if H lil- W Q ,M ml prompt shipment . Cfree delivery anywhere if 3 .gg ' E fll 1 'H mmf? 1n Iowaj, low prices and thorough sa-t1s- Q I -112: 222:42 :2z:2222:.'2.I'Z2:2E 2 1 I B - - - Q 4 1 QIMIIEZIKZZEQ i I! J, faction in every transaction. Q? 5 122'yg2222 32in'2222i2' N A , X f - ,L -I 1 W A m m V-- M Fufmtufe 5 T2 22222 22222 I-H 2 5 - i-I if E H I' f ' .U L Floor Coverings El gi 22251422222 --'-- 4 Q V II ,WNV 'J Draperies, Domestic 2 l ,- 222 22? -A "2'2- X2 Q .' E I IQZW "it" . . S w yrohx H Science Equipment I Zlwlulke ' -'Q'u" 1 -1 Pianos, Victrolas 2 -M2522 Q ' ' " i I I :' T"5 ---I-, . . T1 fi I ... Ekll lljlljb i !I or anything we are 1n a 3 121 2,2 2' fm R 2 .. ........ F :' 1 , ' ' ' ii'-I I W fn fr ...L 'R Posmon to Provide' I5 fn -411,1 ,.f - if I .ivlg ax ,L -- gigllrsl' if 32 y-' Z 'L I -. mflmyfgll D .,- 7--.-,., D f d N4 ' I ,EMI I HI I t iim- C CITC mfalm-vw. W naw-1f.i EFT? - 1 L -- I Payments :-E E -3.5 .feiiiiiiiiiiiiiassz ::::: - :sg-: :I . M mil Z VM K' .M g1' W' q.gI1l?-- .gigs l51'.j!I, Iii' 1.-Iii"-1-12,722-fill O11 RCCIUCST :fri U' .eff -1' . I' - ' 'l " L iii' f --.-1 I UM ' -1 ,HN Ll-L I IfQ5!IIm Elfff l-fi 32315122 li I 'HIIF Lfg2iii g,E,m"1't'n'fE:" I Z F-TUE' Eng' um mul, 4. -4 . A .-.-.., ,Wig -- 'f H, ,m L..-7-----..-ig IEXZZNSL A W 'EET S1Hw1I 'V' 'Exam -mlLuUlumu.unnuJnxlm1llWmmuiI -'l" '4'r8 Q, " 'if L' - W' -- -- -,L-W W-M-K X' ' -,.LZ'-1-Qifj A A-' .IJ A' . f --25-775' --'- ' " H ' ' DES MOINES IOWA ,,,,.nllu,,ulrIlI 1 V ,, , , - , V XR, R ,- ' XXI I- 2- Oki: ,V yew.. if .h Q p PALM GARDE DR G TORE Pagn' Tllrca' llrlznlrffl fnrly-lfwo 316 W. 41.111 St. WATERLOO, IOWA v . A Y Y 7. 1.11 - ' 'fwf svn, . ' H -1 1 , , SQ' 1, , V , I ..,. Y . if - ,I-'fl . . ' wc- , Stroebel Music House 0 f zzs East 5th street WATERLOO, IOWA I Phone 15 Us-.: ,v 3 l Everything In Sheet Music, Music fs, X Teacher's S u p pl ie s, Victor ,At js' ,f , Vlctrol-as and Victor Recfords, ' I ji Ukuleles and all Stringed jj QE Q I s f Instruments N ' I ff I' Fa0tory.Dist1cfibut0rsf for the 5? E ' Oonover Oable: Kin I bt - d ,Ti L, . , , gs ury an aj Wfellington Pianos, and Solo Oarolas In-ner Player Pianos WH. n P TO THE WELL-KNOWN .GODDESS .fd lsr cj Oh, goddess of the Lesson Plan ll flfj' f E'-is ., any 'i , . 1 . E A., g ..: 4, ,aaa I, S 'F 'Fig .I ,E eel ff ei ,Ei 9 .Q -FI l T ff' ! 1 ' I R .6-0:11 A ax, I' 'Fig ,Ia 3. f-- 32 slit . .lj P1 lj, Q, +7 ,fi L2 jl inf' illefaf --All V, I I ,I ,feiw 1.71 as-I A ,ff gin was Q, . gigs? V. M, :I Propitious Orge of evil, , Grant me the vantage of thy might- I have to Work tonight, tonight, Ten thousand plans I have to Write- O, source of all upheaval! Thou oracle of all that's bad, Stern harbinger of trouble, When things are as they ought to be May Ijust live to see, to see,- The Critic Writing plans for me, I My Woes! My vvoes! You double! College Fraternity Jewelry Society Badges Class Rings Catalog mailed upon request BURRJJATTERSON Sc COMPANY 789-791 VVoodWard Ave. DETROIT, MICHIGAN .FH 'A ,, I I suPPuIs Our stock .is the largest and m0St complete in the State of Iowa Everythin Q Ph Otographic One trial will convince you that our FINISHING is unequaled GIVE US A TRlAL DES MOINES PHOTO MATERIALS CO. EASIMAN KODAK COMPANY 51.7 W. Locust DES MOINES, IOWA 1 'f 'lf'7"l 4 til 47 , ul W 'I'-zigu I, I . , All 'f "Wil"I3'tli! l'TZ"'i'-,gf vie Cfffff Q. I r 1" lfff If-A ff' ,ff -'54 ?ESi"IOt Rai flga-1, xx- -Q ti 12522: ,F f a 'ag A-. is IQ Q I, EH ,W I I fa if fl GA V I ,lab I I 5 E E3 l .fl X X if I 5 Ci at ig I 5 it 1 L4 A 13 Fl? if i CJ l ln! W Y - .J ,W 14 iq, . 1 ' 'I 1' 'I ft ui if T, l If ' l Q I isigff l fiigij 'rflfzq K ' 't I ,af 12 i-r"'6J t- A SMX, X' fl, T , , .-, 1 , A A, ,A .- 1 I - . , , I A - -. ,'- ---A A I . . 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QNX-l' THE DAILY RECORIJ f 113-15 West Third Street CEDAR FALLS. IOWA I il, Page Three lzundrcd forty-four xk 'QB .L ' .x '. lx ai 3 h n. 4 X. X, 1. NF 1.x ,A 3 w X , X-w 'x J S l RJ ' 1 .. F ,., 2.1 S A ,., Mfg in 'n,ll Q, 4 Y' 2 J ,rw V6.1 , 'Sl' FIRST CLASS REPAIR SHOP PUMPS y y R UBBERS Correct Styles .J -77 . 1 T ,ef-f .fi - fff' , l la 2 , .ts .1 ffl 7 - 'I ri"-1' .1 1-f'-HL' 9 72.31 on 'fy .f f gal? V,-'Ai .f, 4 czffag -V I . Yf,J4XXK't M. .N , fl V X f U M si? 2 at :QS h E r 1 . xy.. f R' lg Q. at the ' L s d G 21 S I' LE D The Home of Good Shoes 319 BIAIN STREET CEDAR FALLS, I0vVA sis BACK TO THE FARM An f'Agr" egation, not fa side show 5 "' nf but amen only" is the phase that gave 1 us "notoriety," and caused the Mar- gueritesv to linger at the ffHome EC" i do-or. On Cold frosty mornings this gang . of the 'fst-erner sex" would go forth, i warmed by the approving smiles of the Q' 1 "gentler sex" to judge all manner of ' i four-footed beasts. ,y t Q 6 5 L 5 'gl x V l N '::f::3:.:':f-1. .... im, l- 5 'Ex CDOR0 A fe' "h""q""M""""t'H The Personal Wrifing Machine if h QM4 Do you realize what a personal it Writing machine could do for l you? E You write letters which you Want to look businesslike. You prob- . 4 ably also Write manuscripts-plans -proposals or reports. Eventually you have them typed-Why not in - the first place? . For information Write to B. F. SWANSON CO. gm 417 Locust Sf, DES MOINES, iowa 1 Liv ,--nn,.,.m..--, ,- A -. " M v,fif,f-:Leaf Iii'JTELLlL3.IQi'FSTJL7E"3jjxI3itil?vfwlir Vi2.flQfQI, :l.:QQ..Q:..-ff,-Q...,.,.-. ' ' U' Q f J 'l V7 , I A 'V f J F : 1 f, .WY rv .,,Y, i,.,,,. 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The Flower Shop Between 2nd and 3rd, on Main Bancrofts Greenhouse 12th and Tremont CT' I, , .73 I Ii , ID I rj alll a 1 , a!Va Si i. Q ' + 1 I ' "M-.6 ,QI -I-51 - .. V a!v-T-'IR Q wi ,figs 1 'P 1 s.., I .3 ' I-. 'Q fx, Y' 1 I Q V 'foH, SAY, JACK-" , Prof. Getchellz "VVhat is the formula for boraX?" 3 John Wi11n,: "Na2 O'7." p V I L I g Prof. Getchellz "Incorrect, N32 B4 O7." T ,s I EI I. W.: "Well,risn't N212 before O7?" i 1 fl A K , N fi on 'Z' s , lr .Q I E7 I R A E I , f f I2 For Good Tailorin V , ' -- 3 ,' g 3, an at 'I A Talk To I , 'F ' . I 4 I B E A T T Y We are now showing the V 1 F J 5 324 Main Street Newest Styles 1n C1oth1ng if by 'fr I . . . 'A X3 Phone 267 and Furnishings for Men . HV- I S f jg, and Young Men Irv? -51 2- '53 5 M If ef Q Iii? I I Q2 fi' f-'14 - . I Pressing and Dry C1ean1ng , N . I S R A E L t',' ffl A S ecialt ' lil ' p Y CEDAR FALLS, IOWA P V VII, . , I II Ny 1 I H Q. in Q A :I , '. II f y if Page Tlzfee hundred forly-.six E 'Il ' .gnu ,S . . ., PS!gflx,q"I'F g . .rm z' i ' .Ju 'be 2 I 5 , ' 3.3 W-Efifigg 1 ff I. ' S, is fix ':'fqMS- I 4 f f S xg El nil SX X., ES E' -A 5 IM I l my I , , , Q -E, S H V - A X E44 'LX ml I " I Y V I W A V -,jx flqjjll Y a Til, Ag- JJJH--+-Q ---- ' f .-Lag. 5'iI'QXS1f5 , CHASE s JEWELRY STORE ,THE 5, 'M 4 3 IVY. gqgxial 311 MAIN STREET WINGATE EE'W EE I EES- It QW. M . 1 a Q1 ! I S F Q 4 1 1-f. 1 I . E El Z A L S EJ 5 EQ A S-fi IE? Sf ef 'gl Er' F if Q ffl? l 9' .Ei s 2 3:-:g EE-1 nl Ti? l S 'L-' E: X 'S K LA V1 'rt , , . Le FX E7 P 'ni -i gl H U 13 fl M I-ft mf! ,tg li-2461 Tff-'.....i'l fgE"'6L"i Efif EQ -,.Llf,,g' ' F ' . J' 1 E Z-,ig ff . .37 ,1 We E" J ,J .4 3 .,f,., f- 14.2-4 -1 e,v,..,,,. ,,.,,.--S. -K : is the logical place to select pleasing Commencement l Gifts Q Large and varied stools Dependable qaality Reasonable price Our College Hill Branch 2120 College Street is for your convenience H.L. CHASE Sl co. Jewelers CEDAR FALLS IOWA COMPANY C O S T U M E R S O F DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS FANCY DRESS PARTIES MASQUERADE BALLS MAKE-UP ' WIGS, BEARDS, MASKS, COLLEGIATE GOIWN S DES MOINES IOWA Phone Walnut 5971 Visit Iowa' s Finest and Best Equipped DRY GOODS STORE ' The newest always in COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS, FURS, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, WASH GOODS, SHOES, MILLINERY, GLOVES, I-IOISERY, ETC., ETC. Use our rest room cmd free grip cheek service ,E . 1 -nmas Ag- umoaumrsns- Irs SAFE- 201-09 E. 4th Street ,elif fg Q.gi:,2?1'ft" ' rj , M lox E- .ft AJ -- ,- f' f f"f ,lk I - A A: A' ,4 -. A11-ff -1- -f .-U f W,,,g,,,.4,,6,f,,,.n:,, -f- vfT,-Y,'f-ff -- 7- ,477 ?,,A,,A,,,.. 14 ,V ,. , , I f .raw AW MV, .VSA l 1 5 N V fain-I yn... V lA,,,Y-- --:S,X4:DC,fl.g4fV:' fl fy Q' ,fl Y ,LK J .F ,i.,J:.i, -J f' , r 1, 1 I ,fa lg - .LU 3 Lf -'-""i5-'elif "N 'Tj "1 "- E . ,, ,.f,- ff,--f-eff-f---'S I , ' 'fm A - 4 5' s ijiiiii ,,,,.f .WW . Ylof .AW -. Y. --- . ., Y A ,AS A ,. . , . . 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The L, Lil E S E Henderson- - y i El .gill Ames Co. 3 KALAMAzoo, MICH. S .S si They giltaciile the 2.4 3 N , Iowa a Ve Ei Teach-ers Col- A - i al lege Band A L Uniforms . all Send for their fi catalog No. 250 Q 5 E and cloth samples. They will give S H 1 lg , you good values HHOBEAUXH 4 y l at right prices. G V ' 5-Q 5 l I 5- ? LADIES NEW EIGHT INCH BLACK. KID LACE BOOTS 5 tl ALL 33 50 EXCEPTlONAL Q . Q SIZES -' VALI, ES ff' Sl ' 5 f.f , 1 3 9 y 5 . T. K. SHOE CO. ' gy WATERLOO, IoWA 1 Y We sell everything in the line of 1.1: .1 V' ,ig L A DRUGS, KODAKS AND SUPPLIES will . AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS 4 I X fu H EE E' .ii li will M .E.GREE W3 V7 ll W T COLLEGE DRUG AND Eoolg STORE L 23rd SL Normal Street ffl ' ll 633' .Z Page Tllrm' lllzllrlrwfl forty-figlll 1 1 1 L-. :.f1g,gQw v 3' Sa. - K r -f ,. ..,, . M .ir 1-7 --Y Y--W 'wr " ' I 1+ ,W , f ' , -ff X I rv V , y rf V 1 i ' " ' . 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STORE ..., ,N . ......-. 1 - ,we gl.. R t . N I K f A . , U ,Was I l,015:VlEr 4th Street '- f , We are ready and . H anxious to show J . you a complete 1 y - 1 . f 1 1 . p line of spoiting R., -I goods-B aseb al 1, 'I Go-lf, T e 11 n i s, 1 T r a c k, Fishing Tackle, etc. - Agents for -H19 l New Edison Disc l Phonograph. E.W.COBURN at soN A l , .wvfff sff 'w ac. 4 .""1. . 'A n 43 , . ,,,1x1:' le a 2 , 096 iv.-110' - 5 ""' S ' THE OFFICE FORCE Qsi.: . UNDER Y. W. C. A. 5- . I 'Q f Phone 716 X x U ' 'I fwfr if 1 r' 1 IA ll 4 l .l ll 1 0 -Zun i' W0 an I111 1' W ilu' Q WNV 1, 1 7! ff K? E- KODAKS ly!!-UG S WATTERS DRUG oo. 315 MAIN STREET Solicit Your Patronage VIo'rRoLAs HOOKS S'l'.X'l'lUNlCl1IY Page three lzmzdred sixty ' ral. Q1 ff, f 711 vp., ,f 1 i iw' iz 5 f 5 it if K Fi "Oil 'flair riff 3? 1, if T F N15 Q1 .W H 1 rl D 'l , l +31 ......, M" fail I-elx HE sg. 7- I "'l 'iff r-fl, 5 ' 12? SH E a l 5 E P1 1:1 H 591 , Q my 7-0 .J TT ' 1 ,. we ,. K 5.. 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I I 2111 COLLECE STREET lg Eng ilu: 22.1 ' THE BEST THAT THERE IS IN THE MOVIES YOU SEE AT Q I A f i ' Q I EE 1' 5 P mprvna A I ' I '5 A ' ' 35 Paramount, Metro and Tr1ang1e P1ctures : no A A MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY if III 1 il! fig ii OI111 S Borres n HIGH GRADE 5 Ii - 9 COMMERCIAL fig , ,E b in ,, if ' I PRINTING Ei ia Ceclar Falls Iowa Have me print your Recouinieudatious 1 HSINGIQSTROIC' TIYPEYVRITER LETTERS if SPECIALTY I Special atreiition given To mail orders Q Prompt dclfirvery ami sa,tfisj'f1c1:fiof1z, ff1lfIfl'lIII-I7l'l'd- , e'C, 'MQ UMM U . X iM"ffg'i'7 ' I ' J I " I' I 1 1 iflyrf VX J V, V., I, Iv, J' I I I I 2 I 1" Xi -I 1 vu , , A,v V J, 1. . ,fl ,IV Page Three lmrzdred sixty-tfwo ,, '5 V X s. , A -5- ,Rr AIXAXX - X., 5- x gl R 0' il xx, gi k.,x,.x.' GK. 3 Z 'X X. 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From I-Iarlem Heights to the London I erred in my work with man- Lights, l didn't know "Matter" from "Method"- 'Twas all of a piece to me. l had no Lesson Plan. 1112 1Hf1ziffvrGln. A. E. FREIER, Prop. LEADING ' DRUGGISTS BooKsToRE JEWELERS nnrson DIAMOND W DISC PHONOGRAPHS . Cedar Falls A f L1f:,...-'-Q""I1f'X QD ,T ef--K--if 'z-.izzzzzaiiiwv --f,an..-x I, YV., . -f.JJ.J,J ,ZTJQUIJ ,LIUTJ 'Qf,Ff, f airfr- Distinctive Wearing Apparel For Women Elhviv mart Shun 214 E. FOURTH ST. Waterloo Iowa 303 MAIN STREET Iowa ,.--.. -.,.-n-.--+-- ----f--f--Q------1 C N - ,I ,- Ff- -S C-.Q -T --4'-'r Vg .tV'rI "T'H""VF 3 ,,,,, xv-wg,-F., M' , cf x ., l -'-D""4"4'QTNT:::g:Tlt'-.e..x li.,-..r,,f'3....b.....l,.Flc.-S--'... - .X 11 . ,- ffy 1 Q1 rr, lr,-' ,fl J, I, .. fd X4 'K x W, l, WN. if fjlibfl ar I X ai f 5 riff rl., x K U I of I 'Q J I 1 'u I lm, I ll- 3 , , , 1 . l lf: E 5 le .. il. V.. 1 ...U yi - -W , I - I j , I 'Lil , ils,No3', I-A, ' I Ll. l ,.. 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Faxon of the Editorial Staff of Normal Instructor-Primary Plans in Collaboration With many of the Foremost Educators ' ' ' has been prepared to fill a Practical Methods, AIKIS and Devices for Teachers longwt need among teachers for a practicalup-to-date reference Work Which would keep them constantly supplied With new ideas and suggestions for carrying on the daily Work of the school room. The chief ambition of the publishers has been to make it a Work of the greatest possible value and usefulness to teachers in grade and rural schools and to offer it at a price So reason- able and on terms so easy that any teacher could procure it. Thousands of sets of these books have already been sold and We hear nothing but expressions of approval from those who have purchased them. A They have been endorsed in the highest terms by a very large number of Superintendents, Principals of Training Schools and others prominent in educational Work Proper equipment is essential to success in any llne of Woik The teachei uho is equipped with Pla-ctlcal Methods, Aids and Dex lces for Teachers Will be able to apply hei training to the best possible advantage and to develop her Work along the same broad llnes followed by the lead1n,.:, educators of the country. The young teachei XS ho is Just starting 1n her profession will be especially benefitted by these books foi they will enable her to meet and successfully overcome the difficulties of hei iiist yeai s Woik of Practical Methods, Aids and DSWICBS for Teachers 111 combination PRIcEw1th Nonnal Instructor Pumarw Plans, one yeai 1S S6 00, pax able in six monthly installments A discount of 50c is allowed fo1 cash making the net cash price 30.50. You may examine these books and also obtain sample copies of Normal Instructor- Primary Plans by calling at the oflice of .T. S. Latta, Inc., Cedar Falls Iowa. or, if this is HO? convenient, GPOD us a card and We will tell you about our Special Ou Approval Offer. F. A. OWEN PUBLISHING COMPANY, DANSVILLE, N. Y. ' n' Three l11z111lrnrl.rixl -.fix flrf EACH BOOK WEIGHS 3 Les K v 1 I' P-,I 1-K 'N . M -v .1 f 'Wu ft Ll? Q., P X be . ' ' ' ' Na! H X.., , ..g. . ...M -.1 JE,e..J1"Ijf' 1A' -5.jill'Q'Q-,,Xwgpz,-,,gff4f,5f'Q.igulf HELP GL ss S L 54' 1 - be gm 32.50 to 34.50 W . WHY P Y TEN? .4 e fl A s . Q' Our very complete optical equipment and years of experience Q H assure you the very best of optical service. We are Q 4 permanently located in our own building. We L - are on a. side street and our expense is so 1, by small we are able to give better pl Q glasses for less money. , We grmcl lenses' and duplicate any lense on short notice Wi' 1 bi . 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JY. - Page Three lzzmdred sixty-eight 2.5 Ax' l +"L'iib'. - JFMTH TQ. . .1 s ' ' 4. -. ' 3335 xy 2- - , r , .N l 'fir' ffl, J.-1. l Wx A . Ry, 7. . M4 . ,fx .' ,ly 4' x5:Qe.,? 'E , v y - f - , eg -A i.,'J-.1 fe:- Qs 1:- zz: fm -E4 'Ll Q14 Q1 PM 3 f . Q F sl, . ,- 1 -t kr fn y, 1 il vw srj Je 'iQ3ffA,"'l. ln? KJ. .Q A w 1 ,fx 1 ii? 'x t . ' 3' QE.. . .R if 3'-lymxd H - ll fL.""4.N5.wi THE COLLEGE ENGRAVING HOUSE iiefil xi qlT??r""! 5 Commencement Inv Ejfgi 1 Class Day Programs Q ii i' S a ' I ' i . . N Class Pins Cl H it F55 gil ll " . ...D PHILADELPHIA, .PA 4 - 5 Qi lg 15:3 e 1 X A it ? 2' 3 ' The Home of Good it l -5 THE HAH! HAH! BoY 5 'fa L The're poor little lads Who've lost their ' G A I J 3 Way, L. 5 Rah! Rah! Rah! . . . Great possibilities gone astray, Phone 553 Rah! Rah! Rah! if . ll f gg E Bravvn and muscle out on a spree E N.. : Damned from here to eternity, 5 A L COMPANY 5 CGod ha' mercy on such as HED, E. 5 1 E - ' gre Rah! Rah! Rah! J- Nl- DENIPSTER -j 5 ' E' ' ' . S. W. - .L- Q JQE I 21st and Main Streets if .. i i . A .1 will ll' ' iw. A ' A . I a,-A l l fi ll Li A . ff HE ANNOUNCEMENT TO TEACHERS lffii OF all EQ J. S. Latta, Inc., Cedar Falls, Iowa We are glad to announce a change in the management of J. S. Latta, Inc. 33-jjdi This change took place January 18th, 1917. The concern IS now owned and con- -ll ill il trolled by J. S. Latta, presidentg J. E. Cundy, vice-president, and F. O. Jackson, H.: secretary and treasurer. ig, if Messrs. Latta, Cundy and Jackson ovvn and. control one of the best Equipped school supply houses 1n the United States. -During the fall months they ave ie 'jig assistance of at least thlrty clerks and a night shift IS usually added. , Tlrlslnetv ,1,le.1i management is prepared to supply the needs of teachers and scgiocilsdeigergwgerg. -gr Indeed, no teacher can afford to neglect the service that can e ia rom . . Lij C323 Latta, Inc., Cedar Falls, Iowa. ,T .-ff . if 171 Write for free catalog. 5 tag? 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PROGRAMS, ANNoUNoE:MENTs,' CONSTITUTIONS, MENU. 2, 1 . N j CARDS, STATIONERY, WINDOW 'CARDS ' 'A L! 4' and all other Kinds of J ob Printing , It il ' 4 . W if P DANNEVIRKE PRINTING CO 1 U i Et' -' 1' 1 Q 1 1. It ' , I . I 1 3 First Class-Work Prompt Sermce 1 O til 1 . .1 e :1 DR. PERCY P. Woon U -- , . a 1 Specialist in 1 . SABINS' -1 I 1 ,- 1 I 1' I 1. I .2 1 4 g E 1 Y . 1 I.,.1 I 1 Q 1,1 .el Q. 4 PL f i 1 1 1 1 -I I J , . 61 7 i 1 1. 1. , it ici sei lf. it 1... if if za!! . . .ww 1,.' 5,450.1 Fifa r .LTD ixgg H gp i zj ,131 y .Q .. , I . Y - A 1 I-7, , , ,. 1 1 -4 1 Qfl 1 J 'H1 I 1'f 1 1 1 X V1 1 f ' f ,-' 1 'f' ,Q , 1 EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE INC. 1 . FOUNDED 1893 Starts on its TWENTY-FIFTH year with every pr-onziise of greater success than ever. Good positions for good applicants. We cover all the VVestern States. 1 Write for plants. - Manhattan Building Des Moines, Iowa EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT DISEASES ' LENSES FITTED 1 Over Citizens Security Bank ' PHONES: 9 Office 837 Residence 916 DR. A., S. HANSON Over Citizen's Savings Bank Office Practice Specialist in EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT DISEASES LENSES FITTED PHONES:- Oflice 368 Residence 17 Pacific Teachers Agency Established 1899 If you are seeking a position to teach in the Northwest, Alaska or Hawaii, write for our Nineteenth Year Book. We canphelp you. F. H. HIINTWORTH, Mgr. 535 New York Block Seattle, Wash. .GRADUATION GIFT BOOKS AND STATIONERY COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS AND RECORDS TENNIS GOODS ' FINE CANDIES Try the Refreshments at our Fountain HIEBER DRUG CO. - P A 1 n e e fmt 11 1-f' '-1--1-11 1'1 . 1.111..1-11--If-121.-' J: ' 1 'I tl .......ni1lfl1l1lfl1l1i.l11 .1 fills.. -1i1.Tl'!! . . A I , Y 1 9 -v QI i 5 mi ' iillll vt F I 1 m mu n li 1 :V 4' - 13 e. sm, ' if-Ti Eli W 1 H3 I 54, ' . xv- ess ,ti .. . 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Tliree hundred .refvcnty H l X 4 1 1 1 It '4 I exkxj .N 1 ,- 1 .-5 .. , L, W i P I J A N o 1' 1 c E: 1 fp l Students teaching this coming '54 season 1-e1neanber that We supplied , K. 5 the ElJlb16Dl'S and Rings for your Estabhshed 1885 - 4 'N 353530.21 the Iowa State Teachers Graduates of the Iowa State Teachers ii' 6 -, I1 y f C 11 11 ' 1 ' . L In a-deli-tion to Class Jewelry, 0 ege ave fur Specla attention ta we also znawafactzwe Mglzf-grade our booklet TEACHING AS A V, E, Social and Oo-lmnenfcelmlent Sta- BUSINESS"' tells a lot about your tj 3 flowery' business and a little about ours. it If you have been :entirely satis- Sent Free 3:2 tied, rec-onimend us to your future 5, classes and When innleed of any lg of our products, Write for samples ' 623 Wabash Avenue l and notations. , ' f 5? r q CHICAGO ILL. L: l0NIC EMBLEM CDMPANY, Inc. Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers 'i 1 L Rochester New York , A it e - Q f y 3 Q' If 3 lv v Q 3 13 le ervice 'if N I nga . ...K h d it We specialize in high class photograp y an if appropriate class photo gifts I, 35 waste ow studio ewhen m iveeerzoo p e Clit? ' ' if 35 lgivrrv Cernunh Jlilnnr Sviuinn Ea ' Egg 508 W. 4th St. Waterloo, Iowa L. gif' lf'f'T.' I 3 7.15 , . Page Three hundred .fefventy-one -J 452. 15523 . Q ,yy ga , ,. Ahiifkfjxf I j ,L-.,,X W V , , H .--.L---..,. 4..f MMT' "1'jTj:'jjfQjW3!.Pse NA in 'E 1 , Jr If-,lt .. , Q, X ...L.....r., ,L.r,-- . , ,rrf-'f--m eff- .T ,QD el L-f-----Bl' A- . Jfg'jgig:ji,3f,,,li,. ' ij Qfififx Ml ...Y' ' T 15:43 Qigif' if , E GU . 'L Z I ' G lf Baseball so enms o Your Next Out Of Doors Sports r rro S - in ' Q1 'N I 1 . l I V , I I ! Nl , I 1 A-.ag r Ashlan-d, Wright 8: Ditson, Bancroft Tennis Rackets Crawford McGregor Golf Goods GOLF BALLS. BASEBALLS TENNIS BALLS J QS, The best b-ay from the markets l A Practice your strokes on our main floor-indoor golf S GUY W. CAMPBELL CH, CO. , Waterloo, Iowa a A ,R i I 1 l , ATTENTION MEN - T , The , College Hill Barber Shop Q F' 2216 College St I. S. T. C. BARBER SHOP OFFICE HoURs': .1 'p 1 I 7 :Sig to? 3630. PMMP elilcept v L, I aur ays : 'to . . pl R. oARRoLL, Barber C. G. LEWIS, Prop., p When you're downtowlr arxd p gi Want a GOOD shave . go to College H111 Shoe Shop PETE MILLERS' ' Expert Repafiwlng 'Y qsasement of citizens savings, oHRIs. ANDERsoN, Prop. WYTI-I-LAMB SHOE COMPANY 0 ' 0 SHOES That F1t - Wear - Satlsfy Wir gf 'itfzjiligi , ,I ,. , , .,,. ,. L. -. A. -ws .-.., rr swf' .. ls!! c M, 'rv ll-lli ' 'Wrtix .,'1 1' Page Three hundred sefvenly-lfwo S123 . me 3 Q I , 1 K E A-1 2 Il I rl -, . s .. . 1 Q g 4 S 1 1 1.12 . 355 ll 5 an 5 w 9 QE X lj get 'V' 4 1 gf fax 5 fl ,-4 1-'b fl .--4 E1 5--Q-5 L1 E33 1- F3 53 F-' syn L: Lx , .,. 2-325 5' 1 rj., Lififf giig 1,4 tx 1 I H.. 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First time you happen to Want' a few boards -or an bill of lumber or building material of any kind, makefit a point to see us about it. We will make it Well Worth your While in sa money Way. Q Z , 5 1 Yours for quality cmd servibe. 1 - .TOWNSEND ca, MERRILIL Co. JUST LooK AT Us We're what the staff of this mar 7 ve - lo - us book taught for two terms. JOHNSON a WYTH CoMPANY, inc. t Fine Cutlery and Hardware A Plumbing and Heating ' C V , M, ,.,....-M, .,.. .-3,f 1'-L X., L V1-.71 1 - JAM, p .Y 17- v - kv, - fe ,Y -F--Y---Y K .L V H L it -,M f - R V, , kl.,,..! , . ,, an J, L, . ,.,.,,..,.Y-7 K, , 1-Y -I ,,.,-,...,,.. ., ,, . ...M M... ...W A- ...- , If . 4. 11 ,f , 1 , , , V AA.,-K, ir, , ,,-.., .,,, ,V ,: .14 ,,4,,,-,,...f...-, .A-,4 ,ff--ff-rt , J J Q f-. . N "r'r: 2 1 - ,-,K-.,4wv-.i.,,, ,,,,,.!f V1 Z ,Q v . ,Hmm W, , . e -Y- 1 ,W l A I -J l W 1 .. 'X 1 .4 11 .1 U. Q11. t 1, 1 1 1 Ea l 1.11 1 FJ 1 lift t S13 tp.. 15,4 H15 ll l L. 1 1 '. L ll ,H 11 ll lf li IQ. ji 51, E11 E5 ,. 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They are conceived and built on a high plane. It it a pleasure, therefore, to operate them, for they do beautifully and accurately the work they are in- 51 5 tended to do. 5 Have you a copy of the :XIIIQFICQIII catalog of in- ? l tustrial machines fo 1' ,1 manual training schools? 3 If not. let us send you one. A 155 PBPIIEIPS you would like one for each of your Stu- . dents. Many teachers 5 . l'lll'Ollg.1'll0lll the t'0llllf1'V fijkgga are using our' catalog in their classes because of the lllfUl'lllilflUll 13 lt COIIJEHIIIS ot mterest to their boys. No cllarge is 11131110 fm. the I if 2151 book.- 1 Amerlcan Wood Working Machinery Go. Rochester, N. Y. ,ft if 1 QQQ p 1sELL.RENT 353 lrl.., Ngsfg, orEXCHANGE '.,' 'lil The X couege Hin '1 5 f ..s- property, also D ' C ' .P Iowa, Minnesota 3 Fufnltufe O. and North Dakota 402 M1111 sm-Q11 X .L- X l.isl Ym1rl'l'opcrly Pip ll. lf. NX ILSUN Page Thru' hllllrlfftl ,wfwffly-furlr .r, 1 i 5 1 X 5,4 .. fe- ,f 't 5 1 1 . 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