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

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" 'Fr I 1 A,-1 dl ' I V -,,fA.g ,- r w .I 1 ,Y , .V ,.,,-'1 ..f, , , 4 , , . 1 1, . J. B- M nm- I, - A ' H '-',, ., ' ' -4.1 V A , AU, ,w,. 1- ,,,, IW,.,n. w - 1 'f-f3":-i c ' 71' I g 3 ry ffrfflfi 17-.. ,Y ,. Q. kk. t BGQPYMGHIED 41922 BE NNA D GQBDTS 'EDITOR RUSSELL 6. 'LAMS BUSINESS mmnsssf ...gn- -qv ' r v 4 ' ' .LA 4 1 1 1 ,- , F x u , ,, I, 4 4, 4,0 ., ,x '-w '.-', 1, f"'?i 1 .." . - , . -9527-:Q'v+,P ' 1 56515 ra, -fig! Ll: , 1:,:7.:!- 1. 1. , -V Q in .EL wifi 'Hui ,. , ,K -. ..-.Y-I.: -' 4 ., - ', ww' 4 saw - .-,' -A lif- r. v .. .-5. lsaaiilillqlq-Anggg CQJCSQIJQLQAQCDC flzamim,.,'a.4.mq ,-isa rl fl . vjfHrl.i 'ah ' :lilil fha -ii!! :am'a.'4,l-ferns: ,J si ,il l ww all fl Eff , 1 T ii, I FoREWoRD The spirit of mutual service is the basic ideal of Teachers College. The people of the State support the College and the College endeavors to give back the largest possible returns through the better education. of the children of the State. It is the mission of lovva State Teachers Col- lege to give life more abundantly through the Work of her leaders-trained 'in right thought and action, inspired to go forth each year to en- rich and einnoblethe lives of the youth. 'It is the hope of the Staff' of 1922, that this volume may reflect' this spirit of service which is the spirit of our College and of our State, .iF"""'"""'l"'l'I!lIvlvvvivvvusvuvuvvvy-www ,W ug- !'!ify!gi'zm QI .J ,G!r!1!lfii!f.mivQq1 U r , HFWPFQV EW -W:-, V- -,....u , Af WY-W , , , ,,,..,,.,, f. ,YW - V ' 4 'M , - . N i" ' " . " " 5? '. f"":'-7 -1-32-'Z - ' ' 'SM "" f ifi ":" ' ' i i""' 2"t" """""" """" " kj li lin, "Clif . 7, ,. E if ry?-f W "A-iffffQ"'TCjag5 sf Q Y' ' T1 fr " LQZLTTY , 111---ff-jk" ffl-4 .dy 1 I vp 1 or W, -- -- - W ' - Y - ff H., .' , , f' 4 f "1,-s.-,,,.. . l .l 1 I ij L 4 1 h "S , W V- S , 3 ji 1 yi -V ' 1 45. N f N 'I+ , , w - , I l ' Y , '- , 2 f ' i 7 ,"-5 , 1 ' , i 'tl , ' ' ' V .f W . Y 1 - V A ' M ' 'I -T W .j , I i. 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Q, , ,- A 1, 3 Y' I " 1 1' 1."! -K X -- V -ff-1---V. 4-,J-ff: :-f:Q:a:-' .i i:?3531if iiritfrsf wr'-"1'.i5255,?i5i4?Qi??g?5ff5525511 IOWA'S. GRAND OLD MAN IN EDUCATION 1 Q 'Q - . QL i P P v il I Q, 1 Q. 2 PRESIDENT SEERLEY l D. and , I I IOWA'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS 9 2 President Seerley was a pupil in one of the first free common schools conducted in the State of Iowa. The ' school was opened at South English in 1855, under a non- I certificated teacher from Virginia. There were yet no County Superintendents in Iowa and no administration ii of schools except by the local school board. In 1866 when President Seerley wished to prepare to 4 enter the State University, there were no high schools for g this purpose. He became a student in the University preparatory department at Iowa City where he took a , 2 y F g short course that equipped him with the essentials of sec- I ondary education. While he was city superintendent at ii 'ly Oskaloosa he was a member of that notable body of dele- ,I a , gates which constructed, for Iowa, uniform terminology W, E I of grading, and adopted rules to make uniform regula- iw . tions for graded schools. "Before, all was chaosg all was , i' 'wi , indeplefldyenceg all was non-comparativeg all was uninter- I preta ,e. Q, During his remarkable life-time, our President has , ei P i known personally every State educational oHicer in Iowa PF' L and most of those in the Nation. He has taken an active ill ,Q , part in all of the leading educational movements of the X, I i , State and of the Nation. These have included all of the 5 4: Tl e developments of high school educationg all of the devel- I opments of higher: and professional education 5 all the de- f velopments in rural education, and all of the far-reaching Q ' plans adopted for the improvement and training of teach- al,i,yl,N ersin Iowa. and in other States of the Union. What edu- Hi r ji ieational progress has been made in the life-time of one iff, gy I I great man! b Q2-W I I ,ff ii gn w ' ' W5 It I I ' 1 'is f? 5 K 1 f... . .- 1 Y F--v--,.--,.,. ---f,-,-.T7,A.,..,?.-,w,f-f,-aff'-,,, f-4'-y'i""""i--Y :sz 'f"f'yl' ff f - M 51 A If ll! 4 N 4'. V aff A , y 1 .yy , I 4,4 ,M Q ,XVI 1 -I ' L 11,3 in 1 4 F' ins MB' l' 4 Y 4 , r,',.4.,. .,,. , my YLIH-.- Y A ,MY , v Y,-V- , L .,f- 'jezlzf : V alfa.-4-: -- --L:--LL--if 'A---' " ,b t -- 1 1 1, lf. A: 5 ,5 ---,V lr 1'ff,::w-vzqgl.:-::.,i: V.-1-ffwyyv:5-yxwi-,Z -v,,,,,,--1,f:.., E .,-T,.,.,Y 1 1117 glifff- f-1'f-:- 333 jg' 23 v"5': 3.fm-5:1vizfhwiiifsifefgj rf: -'wil .-.151 Il? X ' ' SARA NNDLAY RICE .. ,,,-..,,,,,...-....-..-.- VV -V........VY V -- Qi .-:ff - ., , L , V , 'gil - TT' f'm1---217' -I , 1 ff, 'ire'-2: "rf irzewz- N i ' - 'i iiz-czzei--fTT1",,:-W 'A,' , ' "'fe+e5'Tt""?'f"Fi1' V' """3 ' ' -LT' '-" frirfef-ff' 7: V ieifrg,--e if V ,E-wig'--slflmf 7,1 VV 4 VV VV ... V V, . f . f-BZwif.,.1:V,. . i-- -V - 1 , E ' :,.,'V f ,,'?EE"" , ,yr 4 "':iTj', -ri - .3 R l ij l g l 'l gi QQ if n 5' l 1 if E 4 3 . 5 1 i 5. ll ONE OF lOWA'S GREAT ,I W F . TEACHERS w ga ., Q3 ,Q 1. if I 4 pg lf what Garfield said is true, that Mark Hop- i :fi kins at one end of a log and a student at the le l other made a University, then one may believe up that knowing Miss Rice was a great part of a V i . j Liberal Education. The power to enter into the ' feelings of youth is a gift, and this power Miss iii 'V i Rice possesses in a marked degree. High school 2 k boys and girls in various parts of Iowa, students I Q 5 , at Iowa State Teachers College and teachers at- g ' tending extension clawes will never forget the iii? l impress of her personality. An alert mind well- it i. l . . . eil' Q' . l stored with information, a ready sympathy, a 3 , 'ii keen sense of humor, a willingness to sacrifice ff Q 'E her time and energy for everyone needing it,-- W ll, Q . . . . . . . Y- ' ye -Q i these are her distinguishing characteristics. Her 1 y V! I Vi? colleagues recognized and admired these traits. V R if It is aprivilege to lay this tribute at her feet. I il it . ! j ' K, "Be noble and the noblerzess thai lies . l V ' ' In other men sleeping, but newer dead ' Ji lx ' ' iffill rise in majesty to nzeei thine ofwn."'. il' 3 A G C ' li r ' ' , ' V V , , ' l V! . ll V c Vi .Q ' ' ' . ' ' li I. -QT Vs e - . - rg . . , , . 1 iw gg 1. V ll Y Qi 5 l ' E R R i V2 ,fi in - . V V Q ,i 5' , 4 , . V li: ni A - . ,, Y , , N ii il l g nf. . fr sieve gg Q 1! 9 9 !v ifiTi!' 5 if '!'!j 53' iii? !i"ii'Ti?f?I!7!:QZ!1i!T'iQii'F .,- .V.... :mg in . r rj.,-gg?-I, W. , :sg . "1 , gf,:,,1 , ,',,Q4,.,'L1 ',,.,,2V.gi1,e1:fij-er Legg' 1 I1 -33f-. Y!, .-L-4 F Eehitatiun 1911111 Enix mate Ziutna By HENRY VVALLACE Speaking of this great state of Iowa and its people, I sometimes like to imagine the great Creator of all things laying aside for a time the creation of suns and stars, planets and worlds and systems of worlds, mountain ranges and trout streams, rainbows and sunsets and women's smiles, and saying to Himself: I will now create the finest stretch of agricultural land on which My sun shall shine, and sow it with the choicest seeds. So He stripped the soil between these two great rivers down to the bare rock, then unth IIE nughty gladerg planed donuithe hiHs and HHed up the hohovvg and then filled it with selected soil from every part of the planet. Then putting, so to speak, His right hand on the Mississippi and His left on the Missouri, He pressed it together, throwing up this great backbone and giving drainage to east and west and south. Then in this fullness of time, He peopled it with the sons of the Pilgrim Fathers who had reclaimed rocky New England from savage man, and scarcely more savage beasts, the sons of those hardy pioneers xvho cleared avvay the rnighty forests xvest of the Alleghanies and made a highway for civilization. Then He brought from foreign lands the patient, untiring German farmer, the sons of I-Iuguenots, of whom Milton sang, "Avenge, O Lord, thy slaughtered saints", the sons of the followers of William of Orange, the fair-haired children of the north, sons of the ancient Vikings, the sons of the covenantxvho dyed the heatherajad hiHs of Scotland udth theh'blood for con- science' sake, and to make it all the more heartsome gave us Pat, "a broth of a boy" to whom life is perpetual sunshine, and said to them all: Go in and make this Nleso- potamia of the new world, the country between the two great rivers, like the ancient paradise. It is the achievements of these descendants of the royal seed in bringing out the per- fection of form not in marble but in flesh and blood, in the production of waving crops of the choicest grains, with which to feed the hungry nations that you are called upon to present, and to unfold to an admiring world what is best of all, the type of men to be produced from generation to generation on this favored spot of the earth's surface, for man is greater than all his works, and the object of all human achievement is the perfection of human character. THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE WASHINGTON To the Editor of Old Gold.: I think it is a very fine thing that your senior class is dedicating this yearls annual to the State of Iowa. Sincerely yours, .:vs-.:4:..gV A' 4 ' ' T:-'1':""":'51i7f5-T- 'i'!f35?" '5if' 'lv' li' P 15514-jgfrf-54- -1-iigigi ...::..:1- fr' 'r -SQ if 11 L ,,ee...e L -L ,.?m,.fL..d ,,.J.....L-,LL,,,, u it I 1a: 'II. W t I ' ' 3 '. 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A IQ Q .I , L L . 1 i V' l 1 F, it rt F ' 1 3 ' l . 1 1 1 Page Ten he laboratory of the col: lege-the Zlliraining bchool. within its walls conberge all the interests of Zi. Sv. QE. ill. Zin the ibeal which it represents, we reach the culmination of our class: room work. Zfpere we serlieo our apprenticeship, laboring, not with inert matter, but with the libing clap oi chilohooo. Zlaere, in our own little bing- ooms, we tasteh the iop of the teacher's compensation-the response of bright epes, the smile oi chiloish lips-balm tor oaps of careful planning. jfrom here habe gone forth a great throng of artists, who habe wrought, not with can: has or marble, but with the immortal substance of human intellect ano will. W,.,Lm -,.--g-,,,--, ,, -W .s ,, ,a,,, AMA, HN ,H-Q, T f--, A- Q, ,V 1, ,. A i r ii 4, n ,I 1 i , ,I iv"":':'cii::fiffiiff:?sf5.fries:-ffil I 1 I 5, ith what gentle insis: ,, tence hoes Memory constrain us to pause, as from 4 afar anti near, we approach fl again these halls! Qlfhere rises f before us in substantial sim: if plicitp the Quhitoriutn huilh: ing. ilmithin its basement we Q, hahe froliceog within its class: 3 rooms we hahe lahoreh ano Q listenehg within its-spacious El assembly room we habe merg: 5. eo our minhs into one hast being unoer the spell ot the fl fulI:hoiceo organ. Zin the his: tance looms the quaintlp: Z towereo root that shelters the fi ottices ot abtninistration- ii halls of jubgtnent, whence 3 issue the influences that swap 5 anh hirect all the interests of 1 our school. K 42 'E l 5 it,.,.,,...WM,sm..4m.-, ,iii I l ii lt E L, :2,,,a,c,w,1 .,,,4 ,. -T ., 4 f -:4:Vf-:1:,T.:.:.-z-:- , nz. 4.4! fx' , , K , ,, 1 Q w 1? 7 , 1 i , , A Q I I 2 . i i , I c ga ,. :L ,IA iz if , il if , f, :,, 5, :T if A 'K 1: .4 ,, if if ? 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Q E4 '43 xl -e H , r gf 'a V, 4 . ,J Wi c an 211 ,1 . tx. ..v m 5 V. 6 f " :pg I1 il K. A 2 f Q 'S 2 E4 ,Q I: ,I gi 4 , P1 al L 5 ,L 4. A 5 1 ' li C ff " J . .S V. .Z -7' . ly '- Tl 4 4 a ,j 9 'Q V P, it N f .3 5 f 'I 4 f ,V 1 E? if . 1. 'I P 'x N ,J Page T-'welfve KJ, ,,,.,,.f,.,, - .W vw- ,,.,-,.Y- -f .. . , .-,,., .,-,-, .l -T2,,,,-f.,,,....,,fa I :ff:",:,::r1'.-L- X-::.::J::r,:: ,im 1-12.-:iz-:.: o you remember that blaging Zluly sun be: neath which we took our places in the"breaoline"? Bo you remember how we waiteh in orherly oiscomfort-for what future pehagogue woulh be hasty or ruhe-until the slowly oiminishing line brought us to our steaming Dinner? from the floor abobe ano from the aoioining wings, girls lost themselhes in the hungry, aobancing file. Q spacious home is Bartlett Zlaall, its long corrioors echo: ing the footsteps of its family of three hunhreh. Q beautiful home it is, too: a home whose excellence of structure is equalleo only by its wealth of comfort. "Bartlett Zlaall, here's to you!" -fizfi-,::,':'.r21-annul- ...-f, ...Wi ..,., ... A ,.1,1.,,. , - , ..,.,. ,ae E E ? 2 5 J S E I '- I' E Q 3 3 2 5 E g 2 ,---....1.2LTL12ILC'i.31TI.T2'II:'I.'LZ1.2 """"7""""" "LT,.4" T,-4..,v"""'f . , , -.-m..--..- 1 H 'YJ-a-Q----.-' eLZiXZ5l'ZI.S1J.2.?IZ1Zi'.'.'LTZ."SEfI.21'2.'21 2 5 1 ' 3 2 3 it wi .2 F5 EE Taz'-1:5 ima-'.:.m::crrm::f:r.g:::-x:s1:'qrzn :.T-if-'eT:J3li53! fl . S-.. eff.. sir i':f2,H:,:ib'2.1J'1:1.'J.wf:s,'f :nf 5.4311-.1rrsxarri-:fp::'-v1c:s:',c5.1"zL'.Q:K:2'-:1t'-11'S-1'3-?5' ",1:f5:-..KTf....,,g0..n,,.... -. .3 - r I i i ' Q ig 155 lit Elf ti ii 3 li il i' I li Fi lil il li s S,,1Enm,,,:3, 3 5 mg.:-.. .LT ,.'-, , :J 4-:::z:T.'y 7 'V Qtlass, - attention!" Eau remember the rest. Z. p N r . 7 F i jfloonwork,gamesmanring, 1 yi swimming, - stretching our Q Q ii 5 oesla weary niusrles uno till: 1 y E 3 ing our rrampeo lungs with 4 F S g clean air-this is the huilhing that saw all that. Qhlyesmno V 5 Q fl this is the huilhing whose f Q many winoows gleameh X1 ijt brightly when jfrioay 'night l 1 E promiseoafrolir. Qihis is the if Q huiloing that resounoeh with l l in gi theers as a big hall oroppeh V Q il slowly through a hasketg or j f S whose long walls tremhleo I 1 g unoer the shouts ano yells is I fi from the fielh heyono, where ' H in frienoly rihalry we 1, matrheo our strength with Sf ii that ot other schools. Zlhis is 4 2 the Dwelling of the golgofplay. Vj L lf ' . 1 I7 -u ' r l , if l f i l 1 il f T' ' l r il ii V if li li il 5? l EL.,-,---,L-,Q-mm-,,,,,,WK.,,., .:.,., .,..Zig-555,12-,pgs-1-,:.q-avr,-gf, .TTJTFF-1 'fflwfi-" ' 'T' il- '-4tr ' l Page Tlairtrm sf- f--:--N -----.-2:19:24-a'2:.r:Lx:areQsaxzargzsrrzacenxwrzszc-zzi.,-g::a3a::.v:-:zzz ..E::.::::1::.ia,...,..Y,'5,'r,:, L a 74 I I if 5 . l 4 - 5 3 2 1 A i V 1. , . if " l S I gl 2 i 1 2 'lf if li Sz , is n 5' , 2? 1 as 53 12 H il 'Z 4 . 35 i ag 1 I X .1 is 'f ug Z? 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Gln the mpriah eyes nt heahen, flash hack the shining eyes nt the lung huilh- ing. we fileh in, pau anti Zi anti all the rest, to the Ierture rnmn, the lahratorp ur the an stuhiuj Uihe happy hours tnattheb uber us here, tnhile tue inpeh in the hrnahening culture that ruunhs nut nur college lite. Qlhe herkuning lights tneltnmeb us here to the pleasure anh inspiration nt the hour-tu light our ntnn little ranhles at the hlaging tnrth of the rullege, that our little gleains might kinhle a light in the anstnering hearts of rhilhhuoh. Qlpha, this nur srhonl has been. QBmega, tnhu map tell? A . . 3 .,. ..,..-..u..:.xf -:Lm:,z.u.a.-...-1 f 2-s.f.a....r f..-+V' as '1 '- 2.1-e......e...g-...-.1..gre1-..,..4.:xf.:J..,.:a....-,.......-...Q-r.. rg :zz-r:q.a.:m.g4.p:a4:.Y:::f-..4:.1 -.,....' 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M. .- II roaos leao"-to the Each Boot! jfrom the laboratories of Svcience Zballg from the classrooms of the Gliraining School: from the bars ano hells of the Gym: nasiumg from the many: cbambereo tnings ot Bartlett Zlaall-hobo has not ruslgeo, panting or sbihering, into the grateful tnelcome of the Back Boar! Quo "all roaos leao" from the Zgaclz Boot. Zlaere tue entereo into tbeljeart ot our school, the Clliross Slkoaos, ahlage lpitb posters ano guaroeo hy leisurely stu: oents. jf rom here our toays oibergeo to the outposts ot our little tnorlo, to the tartb- est trontiers ot the campus. Quo tnijen you ano il return, 31 mill meet you-at the Qliross ilkoaosl X, , . 2-:L sgzwzzi- :rx -5-zf':c':f':':':2T, " '-'r4u,...'-"' 6 ,41-- Y- zrriflvg. QT... Q. .Vita .,:.43-L. wwe-. wr... V 5 .V.V.'r:V 'xf:rarrfa?z1a111a1:1 f:rarFav:va:1avw'.'Va'.'fa'.'5'5 5 "' I I g... ,- I , g.. 'B i 9 Q I I I I 9 3 5 C: .., . I I I .. ii' "" 1 1 I ' 1 3 . g 1 3 I - 2 1 Q W - 1 I 1 I I Q 'N Vi -I I... . 3 .1 '4 lalalafahldalahfdmlahlnh nhhhinlahhlnhhMAF ln' N Il':::n ::llllIln. .nuIFifi!llI.....m.....IQf'l Sggfflqb W COLLEGE wwf " fm' 5. I Ikfuffiffiilwf iwnmasu Qalwmlvlllif Vw b l Wcfii ' XV-KQLMWUW A ' - H ' It ' QQ :D L' " Q - 1 Q : , ,, IW 4 Q: ,A V 1 . Q . 1 : 9 I Wi . - t u 2? f ' 2'-az i f 2 1 ' ' ' , ' 1 'Z Q! , , . V 15 , 1 1 'f 1' V ' " ' .V 55 V l ii V, .. . , ' 1 9 . V I ,. u 'V - n ' . ,QE M IF.- V 2 D 1 4 9 w 1, - 5 f l " W - , -: . ' E T! i i , 1 V 22" f t l' 1 2 RL Q, I 3 2? - i f if f is gi-' N wj l , , ' ' n . is V . GE ' A Q u p Q V ,,' , : - - HV, '.,' , fu - , , , V -Q . 'gg KL N '. V ' V - I Q I, 5 IIIUIIIIIIII II I IIIIIUII II III ' IIIIII I IIIUI IIBIIUII IE 3 liillillllll lll llllllllllllllllllllll' A 5 W llllll ll llllllllllllllllllllllllilliiil C x ' gf "fl ' ' f" I l r' f 'li' I I N l , ' 5 'Tl' llllll I if r I Q1 I f by . ylwf. -. V 'I' 4 ' ' ' A 'V - mul' ,gn X ., . ., . A gm, 'ifil x vi! I V V 7' V ' ' ' Us 'f 1 5. If , J ju -lik wi' ,, f"N 'Iv r , 4, ' . - ...- - V V .L 1 ' , I ,yin n . :V '. , I Viv, ' -V - f 1 , x, V V1 1 , xv!! vi' 1- f A Y :.. . X in ln. , Raul Y' 4 I ' , ' V- V s ff - .25 ' :ig 5' ' ' . - Y V - Q , . N . N- V, Y sgfl, . -All y A l 'V. iw MELVIN F. AREY D. SANDS VVRIGI-IT In the golden-fruited autumn we bring our tribute to these who, through the vigor of spring- time and through the wealth of summer, have toiled to give us the choicest fruits of their lives. Years counted now in decades, class-rooms where have come and gone the ever-changing throng, bearing thence clearer vision and nobler idealsg service not bounded by the college walls, but continuing into the unfolding destinies of many livesg these pass in review before us as we remember the lives of these two men. For the one, well-earned recognition as a scientist results from a long term of labor. He was a member of the Bahama Expedition. Through more than fifteen years of membership in the Geological Corps of Iowa, he participated in valuable surveys of many counties of our state. He served more than twenty-Five years as Secretary of the Iowa Educational Council. He has given to us thirty-two' years of his life, having been, since 1890, a member of our faculty. For many years he was 'Head of the Department of Natural Science. He now ably fills the position of Curator of our Natural History Museum, whose splendid collections owe much to his diligence. For the other we count the honor of having held the first recitation' in the Iowa State Normal School. At that time he held the chair of Language and Literature, in connection with which he published a Drillbook of English grammar. In 1880 he was transferred to the chair of Mathematics, during which service he published a Handbook of Arithmetic and one of Geometry. Educational circles have long known him as an active member of the Iowa State Teachers' Association, and as a contributor to educational magazines. He has written recently a Course of Bible Study for High Schools. In his latest work, a History of Iowa State Teachers College, he pays honor to the school, which has claimed many of his years. 'Now he crowns his service by guiding, the religious instruction of our school. Yet these facts tell but little of our debt to these men. Time has built their work into the very structure of our school's influence. Vile count us happy that the heavy years have left us still these lives, to which we offer-our respect, our honor, our appreciation. Page Sefvenlcwz , v, ,W .3:::4g.4,,, - 41:jt.t'::g Lynn i ,P ,-5. T A ri. iw ,,4 I nj V I I ,V V, , 5. iww Q if r I ilu V WM I Wii give 1, 'ikvi wc! V , ii f I iiliic tif I I Wi' 1 Qi! VI: ikslii 6 M25 , -A , Tim I ,M ,M 1 iii? ii. 1 Mit HUA :M I !y',, Izfii 1 lhli 1' My ifiyfi wi: X Mil IRT Rf' W I Hii 'Q Ui" , 4' N wif MY 4 MN' 1 W I Mi , N liii Wg ii W I ,,., iii!" i wi: ' M ' if," W. I, ul , "Jia i, ii in i MH i ,ji M' i ,f W , W W i i 3 Page Eighteen OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Bozlrdmzlu. Thomas, XVa1ke1', Haight, Wilcl XVi1bu1', Reed, Cory, Duncan CH,x1u,Es CORY, Registrar and Examiner. BENJAMIN BOARDMAN, College Secretary. ANNA R. VVILD, Executive Secretary. Mks. MARLAN MCFARLAND VVA1,KER,' Dean of VVomen. IDA FESENBECK, Sec. Bureau of Recommendations, and Assistant to the Registrar. Q ANNE STUART DUNCAN, Librarian. EMMA THOMAS, Matron of Hospital and Head Nurse. Bmrmce VVILBUR, Assistant Registrar. IVIARY E. HAIGHT, Head of Bartlett Hall. L. I. REED, Dean of Men. ' 1 V '-' ,, Y V-,4------W ---- V- -7- -V I , ,4e,e,Y,,,,-,,,-, ,, MEMBERS OF THE EXTENSION DIVISION Ritter, Cram, Hart, Fuller Schunemnn, Evenson, McKitrick, Armstrong IRVING H. HART, Director, B. A. Grinnell College 1898. A. C. FULLER, Associate Director, B. A. Iowa 1911. FRED D. CRAM, Extension Professor, M. A. Iowa 1920. ELMER L. RITTER, Extension Professor, Ph. D. Iowa 1920. EFFIE SCHUNEMAN, Extension Professor, Graduate Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1914, New York School of Fine Arts and Applied Arts VVinter, 1919-20. CARRIE E. EVENSON, Secretary. M. VIOLA ARMSTRONG, Stenographer. MRS. Louise MCKITIQICK, Stenographer. ' THE EXTENSION DIVISION Five major lines of service are maintained by the Extension Division. These are CID the General -Study Center Service, C25 the Extension Class Service, C31 the Consultative Service, C41 the Correspondence Study Service, and CSD the Extension Summer School Service. 'Through these various lines the facilities of the college are extended to teachers and prospective t-eachers throughout the state. The Extension Division is not a department of the institution. Departmental lines are perpendicular. Th-e Extension Division is a horizontal cross section of the Whole college, including in its activities representation of every possible phase of Work done on the campus. Thus, while it has a separate organization for administrative pur- poses, it is and must continue to be intimately connected ,ini spirit and endeavor with the parent. institution. Its aim is to extend the campus of the Iowa State Teachers College to include the entire State so that every teacher Within its borders may be able to receive the continued inspiration which comes from contact with the Teachers Col- lege. It has been so far successful in realizing this aim as to reach through its workers every year four out of every five teachers in service in the State of Iowa. Page Nirzm en .. . . ,, ,, ,,.. av.. ,,,L,l.... ., -,-,.+g-.-i-7-fr' l' f r r,,,..L,. .. Y. Y A-A.--TM L , W. ,- Y. .J ., . vie. ., ,,J,7-,-f- COLLEGE LI BRARY STAFF . Evans, Harding, Kidder, Buffuin Edwards, Duncan, Johnson The building with rather classic outlines at the south end of the campus-the Library- is one of the most popular places at T. C. Indeed it is the most essential building, as far as the academic life of the student is concerned. VVhat would one do without the "Lib" in preparation of lesson plans, or when one must read a book on methods for next day's recitation, or when one wants to read the latest news from newspapers or periodicals? On many evenings there are scarcely seats enough in the large reading room for all who come. From the small beginning of donated books kept in a single room, the library has grown to its 70,000 volumes and a circulation in proportion. A new tier of stacks in preparation will hold among other books the best Romance Language collection west of the Mississippi River. A frieze of paintings recently put around three walls of the reading room adds to its beauty. The librarians are constantly at the service of the students. They have all graduated from Xcollege with the motto, "Non administrari, sed administraref' and every student who asks receives some help and guidance from members of the stall. CLERICAL FORCE UPPER ROTV-left to right: Albright, Cretzrneyer, Evenson, Armstrong, Skow, McKitrick, Lainm, Wfilson, Richards, Juhl. LOWER ROWV-left to right: Messier, Miller, Metfert, Smith, Morris, Carrington, XVi1d, XViIbur. Page Tfwfflly DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Goeteh, Charles, Homan, Paul, Buffum Smith, VValters, Arey Finkenbinder, Hollingsworth G. W. WALTERS, M. S. fHeadJ J. B. PAUL, M. A. T. B. HOMAN, M. A. HUGH S. BUFFUM, Ph. D. E XV. Goarci-r, M. A. MAY SMITH, B. A. JOHN VV. CHARLES, M. A. E. O. FINKENBINDER, Ph. D. AMY AREY, M. A. R. R. HOLLINGSWORTH, M. A. The Department of Education attempts to give the theoretical basis for all lines of educational work. It recognizes that the teacher of the future must be prepared to give a large social service to his community, the needs of all must be met without class distinction. VVhile the subjects must have a large practical value to the teacher, they must-also have cultural content. The courses are given in the sequence which seems best suited to the advance- ment of the student and supplementing the work of other departments. The members of the department have been selected from a wide area of training and experience, representing nearly twenty of the best Normal Schools, Colleges and Universities in the country. LIVE PRODUCTS OF THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Hugh Buffuni, Tommy Bulfum, Dorothy Charles, WVilliston Finkenbinder, J. B. Paul John Charles, Albert Paul Page Twenty-one DEPARTMENT OF RURAL EDUCATION Surtees, Vllilliams, Gorman, Eells. Slaclcs, Bell, Lantz, Siepert, Golinveuu Hamer, Martin, Swain, Bond, Campbell, Wilmarth, lVood, Fuller Superintendents and teachers for consolidated schools, Normal Training Critics for High Schools, Teachers for rural schools, County Superintendents, and Instructors in Rural Education for Normal Schools. ' l l l l A wzsztor from the other szde of the fworld, Vzsztors from Kansas seeking in Io-wa, a square Mr. T. U. lflfells of New Zealand. deal for cozmlry boys and girls. 1 Roady for fworle in the rural and consolidated school Laboratories Page Tfwcnly-two DEPARTMENT OF TEACHING Heinonen, Ncwkirk, Hearst, Dawson, Cadwell, XVilcox. Mnntor Best. Smith, Tow. Ingrnln. Turner, Jnntes, Hanson Bourlztiitl. Rait. Luse. Helsley, Peterson. Prilible Parkhouse. Holmes, Jessen. Doolittle, Blirkliartlt EVA MAY LUSE, M. A., Director CHARLES HELSEY, B. A., H. S. Principal GRACE RAIT, B. A., Primary Supervisor MARNA PETERSON, B. A., English Supervisor BETH PRIBBLE, B. A., English Supervisor Ross HANsoN, B. S., Hoznc Economics Super- visor SADIE Tow, B. A., Sth grade Supervisor VVINNIE EUBANK, B. A., Primary Critic ELOISE BURKHARDT, B. A., Commercial Critic SELMA SCHUMANN, Critic in Training VERA DUNCAN, Critic in Training MARY PARKHOUSE, Critic in Training MILDRED DAWSON, Critic in Training RUTI-I CADVVELL, Critic in Training RACHEL NEWKXRK, Critic in Training BLANCIIE INCRAM, Critic in Training ALICE MAXWELL, Critic in Training INA BEST. M. A., Primary Supervisor MABEL TURNER, B. A., Mathema tics Critic JUNETTA HEINONEN, B. S., Science Critic MRS. GEO. VVILCOX, B. S., High School MABEL JESSEN, B. A., High School MAY SMITI-I, B. A., 6th grade Critic rvisor LOUISE HEARS1', B. A., High School PIELEN JAMES, Kindergarten Supe LAURA AGNES RICE, Primary Critic HoLIvI Es, Art Critic PIAZIEL LINDERMAN, Primary Critic ABBIE LEATHERBERRY, Primary Critic MINNIE BOURLAND, 4th grade Cri tic EDN.-X MANTOR, Critic in Training CTENEVIEVE ANDERSON, Critic in Training BEULAH REED, Critic in Training KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE I-lALLOWE'EN PARTY Pago Twenly-three , ei 1 merfrff A i if 1 fir.. V , in 7"i' viYi"k""FlA' 'ilk ll- DEPARTMENT OF RGMANCE LANGUAGES Lillehei, Thames, Inglis, Underwood GEORGE A. Unosizwoon, Ph. D. CI-Ieadj INGEBRIGT L. LiLLEHEi, Ph. D. ISABEL Tuoivuss, A. B. Lois RUTH INGLIS, A. M. Theadepartment aims to prepare able teachers of French and Spanish and to contribute to the general education of the student body. For the training of the former, after the first year of introductory study, there is a second year of constant practice in conversation, of written exer- cises for mastering grammar, of extensive reading to acquire the ability to be "at home" in the foreign tongue. The third and fourth years familiarize the prospective teacher with the fund of literary, social, and historical knowledge which he must assimilate to be effective, and to carry on his or her linguistic and pedagogical training. All work is conducted in French or Spanish so far as possible. The general contribution of the department to education Wat the Teachers College is to enable a man or woman to converse at first hand with the foreigner if that need arises during mature life, to accustom the mind to a clear and ready expression of thought by an intimate ac- quaintance with language, and lastly and chiefly, to broaden the sym- pathies by direct contact with a different mentality from our oxyn, Page T-wenty four DEPARTMENT OF MANUAL ARTS Bailey, Cole, Brown CHARLES H. BAILEY, B. S., Columbia University QI-Ieadj CLARK H. BROWN, Director of Manual Training, Diploma, I. S. T. C. AGNES B. COLE, Graduate Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. lVIanual Arts was first introduced into the public schools of Iowa about thirty years ago. For a number of years its development was very slow and the work was confined to a few of the larger cities of the State. In recent years the work has spread very rapidly and has become so prominent that at the present time no school system is considered to be doing all it can for the pupils enrolled unless manual arts, in some of its forms, is given a place in the work of the school. The Department of Mantlal Arts of this institution has for its func- tion the. training of teachers for this special Work. This includes the training of special manual arts teachers, the instruction 'of primary and elementary school teachers so that they may be qualified to use this work in the grades in which they are teaching and also the preparation of per- sons to teach this subject in combination with other subjects in the high schools. At the present time the enrollment in the department is larger than it has been for a number of years. Forty-eight young men are enrolled on the two-year course leading to the special manual arts diploma and eight have chosen to major in manual arts on the Bachelor of Arts degree. Thus the outlook for th-e department being of large service to the teach- ers of the State is probably more promising than at any other time since its organization. - Paye T wi nly fue Till . . A,--A-- N iizrfn:---2-F .ff ' :f:p'::::.: 3:-.ji li: ,,,, " W. ,y E4. iitgigig H jg , i -X -c V ,IV , M ,M , . Y , V .- K lf ,X ,, -,,, -e:...,l....,... -..... - . i LTQLLI-ffl! W , , ,, ,. , ,, ,- A ,,-.,,a--,,..f . , DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONGMICS Bradley, Stratton, Leggett, Shoup ANNA L. LEGGETT, M. A., Columbia University CHeadj CLARA V. BRADLEY, B. S., Vilisconsin University JENNIE E. S1-1oUP, B. A., Kansas State Agricultural College EMMA STRA-TTON, B. S., Kansas State Agricultural College The Home Economics Department aims to prepare teachers for High Schools in the State, also teachers for the Smith-Hughes work. The Department cooperates in doing extension work in giving cor- respondence courses, and in answering the many requests that come in for suggested text-books and' courses of study from the teachers in the State. The practice cottage furnishes an opportunity for real home manage- mentg also provides a general meeting house for social class gatherings. The Home Economics apartments furnish an ideal place to entertain faculty at luncheon, afternoon teas, and dinner, giving students experi- ence in social affairs without expense to the department, each invited guest being taxed a share of the entertainment. The model baby "Homie Con" resides in the model apartment and is frequently on exhibition as well as serving as a model for class work in child care. His cradle is a bureau drawer, His food, air, and nothing more. age T twzziy six f- 5'l'ZEiiffQ I f DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCE Abbott, Uttley, Scott, Aitchison, Lantz Ai-ey, Cable, Ruth, Newton EMMET J. CABLE, Ph. D. State University of Iowa fHeadj GEORGE VV. NEWTON, M. .A., State University of Iowa ALISON E. AITCHISON, M. S., Chicago University VVINFIELD Scorr, M. S., University of Illinois ROY L. ABBOTT, M. S., University of Wiisconsin IVIARCUERITE UTTLEY, M. S., University of Chicago C. VV. LANTZ, M. A., University of Illinois EARL- I-I. RAfrH, B. S., Iowa State College MELVIN F. AREY, M. A., Bowdoin College In nineteenhundred and thirteen all of the natural science Work of the school was united into one department. At that time there were Hye instructors, now there are nine during the regular year and about sixteen during the summer term which has come to be one of the most important quarters of the year. This expansion of the teaching staff has permitted, the offeringof a greater number of courses and much more extensive work. - The aim of the department is twofold: first, to give those who are majoring in a certain field of natural science, preparation which will enable them to teach their chosen subjects acceptably in Iowa schoolsg second, to give the many who are able to take only one or two classes in science, a deeper knowledge of and a greater interest in the world about them. , , Page Tfwrnly .refvfrz DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Sorenson. Gregg, Fagen, Campbell, Strayer, Bockenthien - Falkler, Hogrefe, Lynch, Carpenter. Barnes Grist, Hearst, Martin, Lambert S. A. LYNCH, M. A. CHeadD PEARL HOCREFE, M. A. JENNETTE CARPENTER, M. A. MARIE SORENSON, M. A. W. W. Gisr, M. A., D. D. CHARLOTTE BOCKENTHIEN, B. A. BERTHA lNlARTIN HAZEL B. STRAYRR. B. A. LILLIAN V. LAMBERT, Ph. M. EVA L. GRECG, B. A. JOHN BARNES, M. A. LAURA E. FALKLER VV. B. FAGAN, M. A. MARY F. HE:XRST, M. A. BERTHA CAMPBELL, M. A. N This departm-ent has three chief objectives, which are closely interrelated. These three aspects of our work appear in each course, the differentiation of courses depend- ing upon which part of the general aim receives chief emphasis. One of these aims is the development of personality and culture through study of the writings of noted authors. Another is improvement in the power of self-expression, whether written or spoken. A reciprocal relationship exists in these phases of our work. One can not express thought and feeling impressively until he has attained suilicient development of mind and heart to demand force and beauty of style. On the other hand, practice in expressing noble thought increases ability to think on high levels. Motivatiiig these two aims is the distinctive purpose of the college, namely, to prepare teachers. Never out of mind is the thought that it is our primary duty so to instruct and train our students that they will be worthy exemplars for the children whom they will teach and that one of the chief qualifications of a teacher is the ability to express in good English thoughts that spring from a strong, beautiful character. Page Twenty-eight DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Zechiel, Platner, Schmidt, Frampton, Childs Gahlbeck, Hayes, Fullerton CI-Ieadj, Doolittle The Department of Music in the Teachers College is conducted with two distinct aims in view: One is to fur- nish the finest musical training for the most musical stu- dents, the other to use to the highest possible limit all opportunities to level up the musical appreciation and the musical power of the mass of students. This policy has been practiced in the College and in extension work and recommended for general use in the state. H Theaim of the department, to do creditable work in music before asking for credit for music Work, has re- sulted in a steady development and furnished a demon- stration of safe procedure for public schools. To give to school music Work the benefit of the best educational thought and practice of the time Without say- ing too much about the "principles" underlying it all, has been a constant purpose in the department. The development of musical power by using, generally, music itself as a means rather than by using wearisome "exercises" has led the way in the pioneer work that the department has done in "Standardization Tests and llfleasurements in lVIusic" by means of the phonograph. i w X 1 I Q Q, I li: l , , "ill i, l l i, .xii R ii ip , ' in i : i . y :Ml 1 Ili I ll l illll A J , , i ,r, 3 llli ' ,lu i :fill ill it will ,5 lil. if lllii if iii 3 lvl Ml' i i " will i :il 'L if l ui I illlf li ,Milt QM' 3 All li W1 ii W, Si W N ,i my 1 l1 bill! X I M ww' y will , Ml i ii. V Mig, N 'Vi ii 'Hi I 'Hu ii' i in ,R iw l wi' 1' lm i if V M. ,i , ii 'lv' l , lf' i i i if ,Ill . "gli l' illfl l .lil " will ' ii! li lil :N 5.. ll ill' 1' li 1 l 'n' i if if W X il', i i 4 , ii i. 1 1 : 'ii , M 'i l 1 Page Tfwenly-nine i . nl gases.- .. . , Y ,, .. ,,.,,,,. , , . .M ..,f.. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mendenhall, Wilcl, Bender, Sweigard, Schroeder Henrik, Hollis, Mead, NVhite, Van Ness F. N. MEAD, M. D. BLANCHE I. HENAK, B. A . MONICA R. VVILD, B. A. GRACE VAN Ness, B. A. L. L. MENDENHALL, L. L. B. ELINOR M. SCHROEDER, B. A. Doms E. VVHITE, B. A. PAUL F. BENDER, B. A. LULU E. SVVEIGARD, B. A . L. GENEICE HoLL1s, B. A. The Department of Physical Education with its three branches of service, namely, the Student Health Service, Physical Education for lVIen, and Physical Education for Women, has for its separate functions the maintenance and advancement of the phys- ical welfare of the college students, the providing of recreational activities, and the preparation of teachers to meet their responsibility for the health welfare of children and their need for bodily exercise. This latter is done in a general way for all stu- dents in their required physical education courses and, in a special way, by the admin- istration of a curriculum intended to prepare special teachers of Physical Education and by the offering of Coaches Training Courses. The men's department has ad- vanced greatly the past year in this respect, also a few new courses have been added, as wrestling and boxing, to extend the types of work available to rnen. The women's department has for many years offered a broad curriculum. The department purposes to carry forward its aims with its best efforts, believing that a nation's real resource- fulness lies in the underlying physical well being of its every citizen and that the child of to-day must, by the help of the school, build now for the citizen of America's future. - Page Thirty DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY Kadesch. Hersey, Anderson, Read Begeman, Getchell L. BEGEMAN, Ph. D. CHeadJ R. VV. GETcHeLL, M. S. , W. H. KADESCH, Ph. D. O. B. READ, M. A. S. F. HERSEY, Ph. B. A. K. ANDERSON The Work in physics serves as follows: There are two sub-collegiate courses which provide for college entrance requirements and teachers' examinations. The general college gives preparation for High School teaching of physics. There .are also certain special courses-for Primary and Junior College studentsg for Physical Training stu- dentsg for Home Economics studentsg and for students of lVIusic. The courses in chemistry serve-two principal classes of students: the one class selects chemistry for teacher training and the other for further scientific and professional study. The equipment is of the best and is very complete. The departmental library is very extensive and ideal conditions for experimental Work are maintained. The seminar is largely attended. A number of chemists and professors of chemistry have received their training at T. C. and in the fall three more will Hnish and enter uni- versities for graduate work. The .department will hereafter offer a combined major consisting of fifteen hours of college physics and fifteen hours of chemistry, which is strongly recommended to stu- dents desiring to be teachers 'of these subjects in the High School. Teachers of chem- istry and physics in the better High Schools get the best salaries. Page Thirly one ,cw .,,,,,., 7 frrrf ,, W -XV ' i i .,..- , ',,. , i El -l X ll .MM 4 'llll ll lui' tl, 1, Q, - . . fl 1. All l ll! 'l lfll Q lj 1' gill Il till ri fill rl lily U l all gli it ll' ll All I-'l li iii! 1 l i ii fly 1 ,i lxll ,. l 1 it w li-l 'l all li lil ll l ll li iilty ,. l ll-l ,l ' J N, i. i- lv, , l Il' lil llli. lit, ,i U 1 ll ,N , ,i tl, ll Ill' fy ' x ,l ,. ,. -l ul- xi'l A 's .,.. .itll ill l l wg. llll 1, IM f' iii.. fl l N Page Thiriy-tfwo DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Daugherty. Lambert, Watson Wester, Condit IRA S. CONDIT, M. A., Parsons College CHeadJ EMMA LAMBERT, Ph. B., Iowa University C1-1ARLEs VV. VVESTER, M. A., Vifashington University RoBeR'r D. DAUGHERTY, Ph. B., Iowa University E. E. VVATSON, M. S., Iowa University "lVIathematics may be viewed either as an enterprise or as a body of achievement. As an enterprise, mathematics is characterized by its aim, and its aim is to think rigor- ously Whatever is rigorously thinl-:able in the course of the upward striving and refining evolution of ideas. As a body of achievement, mathematics consists of all the results that have come, in the course of the centuries, from the prosecution of that enterpriseg the truth discov- ered by itg the doctrines created by it, the influence of these, through their applications and their beauty, upon the advancement of civilization and the iveal of manf' Dr. CASSIUS IiEYSER, Columbizz U7ziver.viZy. ,T rr fi , H sr Jn L, .. , T T z i L 1 V DEPARTMENT OF ART V! V i 1 J J U E T Far is it E4 QE in V3 is fi if af ,, xv N, J it 1 Q . F 1, it W, ii' i. Q, Q! l i K is Q, 5 9. ight in :lf NDI wifi T 17' A I9 ,l T 1 T Wi IW IM i Yi? N ,, ,. iii if Hi is' Z! Harriet Day, Alice XVaugh, Edna O'Bryan, Effie Schuneman Henrietta Thornton QI-Ieadj, Bertha Patt In order to enjoy Art one must know how to think and study it. It is more important to educate the public to appreciate it, than to educate a great artist, splendid as that would be. This is what we hope the Art Depart- ment is doing, both here, and by means of the schools in which our students teach. I Pnyr' Tlzirly-ihrce DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Young, Rice, Troup . Riggs SARA M. Riccs, University of Michigan VVALTER A. YOUNG, University of Chicago CHeadj BERNARD L. TROUP, Iowa State Teachers SARA F. RICE, Coe College College HISTORY Aim-To understand the present. X "He who has learned to understand the true character and tendencies of many suc ceeding ages is not likely to go far wrong in estimating his own." Spirit-The growth of society. "Yet I doubt not through the ages one increasing purpose runs, And the thoughts of men are widened with the process of the suns." Vision-The unity of mankind. "For I dipt into the future far as human eye could see - Page Thirty four Saw the vision of the world, and all the wonder that would beg Saw the heavens fill with commerce, argosies of magic sails, Pilots of the purple twilight, dropping down with costly balesg Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there a ghastly dew From the nations' airy navies grappling in the central blueg Far along the world-wide whisper of the south wind rushing warm, With the standards of the people plunging through the thunder-stormy Till the war-drum throbbed no longer, and the battle-flags were furled In the Parliament of man, the Federation of the VVorld." v DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMICS Thompson, Donaldson, WVallace Eaton, Meyerholz, Hunter CHAS. H. MEYERHOLZ, A. M. Harvard, Ph. D. McPHERsoN H. DONALDSON, M. A. Oxford, Leipzig fHeadD Ph. D. Denver. MERLE R. THOMPSON, A. M., Ph. D. Iowa MARY B. HUNTER, M. A. Chicago NEIL N. NORTON, M.. A. WVisconsin VVARREN L. VVALLACE, A. M. Michigan GEORGE D. Earox, B. A. I. S. T. C. The importance of the study of social science is evident from the large number of students now pursuing these 'lines of study in the colleges and universities of the country. In no other line has greater enthusiasm been manifest than in the study and teaching of government and economics. The many and rapid changes in the political and economic readjustment of society following the great war, has called for legislation requiring that these subjects form a part of the curricula of our high schools and grades in Iowa. The number of students majoring in these subjects in the Iowa State Teachers College is second only to the number majoring in English. - The aim in the study and teaching of government and economics is both immediate and remote. It is immediate in that it prepares teachers to teach social sciences in the grades and the high schools of Iowa, and it is remote in that a knowledge of these lines of study is now well recognized as cultural as well as useful and as forming a basis of general knowledge so necessary for successful living in the midst of modern civilization. Leaders in education now insist that the curriculum of the high school shall be built around the social sciences as a core, much as it was formerly built around the subjects of languages and mathematics. Freshman college courses are given in American Government, Municipal Government and Americanization, and in General Economics, American Industrial Development and Industrial Development of Europe. Ten other advanced courses are given in Gevernment and the same number of advanced courses are offered in Economics. Students majoring in government and economics generally it themselves for the work of superintendents of town and city schools, or for teachers of social sciences in the high school or the grades Page Tlzirly jifve V ,Twin - -- -- +A-ff-iii-:LM . A Y'-V.. A --V 1 1 Y 1 i ' A i ,-g3Yggf51gf'1f1g43i4if':1LJ- P l DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL EDUCATION .-.. .-M. Y..-..l-0 -- -l-1 Harry C. Cummins CI-Ieadj Violet Spencer The Department of Commercial Education for the past several years has offered a two years' college curriculum for the preparation of commercial teachers. Over one- third of the 90 hours required is devoted to purely commercial subjects, including courses in Shorthand, Commercial Correspondence, Advertising, Accounting and Com- mercial Lavv. Three terms of drill in Typewriting are also required. Practically all graduates who have had this training have been located in good posi- N tions as commercial teachers and are reported as meeting with success. Three years ago the faculty of l. S. T. C. voted to expand the work in Commercial Education, and courses in Salesmanship, Marketing, Business Organization and Meth- ods in Commercial Education were added. This action made it possible for the De- partment to offer a major in Commercial Education leading to the A. B. degree. Although this major has been offered but recently, there are only three other majors in this college that now have a larger patronage. As all subjects in the field of education have had their years of struggle for recogni- tion, so commercial education has had its Hght to overcome prejudice and to establish its merits. It is evident that it has won a permanent place in both secondary and col- legiate education, and it has a very promising outlook for the future. Page Thiriy-six DEPARTMENT OF ORCHESTRAL MUSIC Theodore R. Guudry CHeadJ Bemta Dolan F. L. McC1'eary A notable and steady progress has been the achievement of the orchestral department. Besides a larger enrollment each year there is a sedulous enthusiasm among the stu- dents which reHects a creditable significance. Inasmuch as the orchestral department is not affiliated with any other branch of music in the school it must of necessity stand on its own merit. That its distinctive importance has been established, one need but review the artistic endeavors of the past year performances that have emphasized music as an educational factor apart from mere entertainment. Page Thirly-.fefvef Q1 GREEK, LATIN AND GERMAN 1 1, 1 11. l 11l 1 li 1 9 l A l l'1l 1 l li l 11 W 1 ll 5 N 1 f j 11 i 1 l l 1!'j 1 1 1 l'1 1111 l ill 1 l 11 1 i fi 1 12 l l 1+ 1 . 1 1 1' l I1 li 11 l 1 1 1 1 1i 1 1 1 I1 Knoepfier, Thnesen, Merchant 111 1l GREEK AND LATIN 1 1' l 3 1 FRANK IVAN MERCHANT, A. RI., Ph. D. A A l DORA THUESEN, B. A. A The returning sanity of peace has created a strong demand for Latin teachers. Stu- , , dents responsive to this demand find in the Teachers College opportunity to prepare 1' themselves for teaching. Latin by pursuing courses devoted to the reading and interpre- 1I tation of Latin authors, to Latin composition, to the history of the language, and to l Xthe problems of Latin instruction. Especial attention is also given to Latin and Greek courses fundamentally valuable for all students in all lines of work. Ulftenim omnes 1 artes quae ad humanitatem pertinent habent quoddam commune vinculum et quasi 'Q cognatione quadam inter se continenturf' GERMAN JOHN BAPTIST KNOEPFLER 1 1 There are thirteen courses offered in German at present, grouped as follows: four 11 elementary, three intermediate, three advanced, three classics. There are six tive-hour courses, four three-hour, and three two-hour courses. lllore courses will be offered and more instructors employed whenever the increased patronage shall justify such a move. The department seeks to give its students co1'rect pronunciation of the foreign tongue, the essentials of its grammar, its commoner idioms, some acquaintance with its rich lit- erature, ability to read the language in the pursuit of science, and incidentally some speaking knowledge of it. A knowledge of German is required in most universities for advanced degrees. ' Page Thirty-eight ALUMNI OF TEACHERS COLLEGE From Address, State Teachers College Alumni Banquet, Iowa City, Iowa By PRESIDENT I-IOMER H. SEERLEY Graduates from Cedar Falls are now at work for the benefit of humanity in China, Japan, India, Burmah, Egypt, Syria, Bulgaria, Iylexico, South America, Jamaica, and the Philippine Islands. They are clergymen, missionaries, lawyers, doctors, soldiers, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, business men and women, as well as teachers, college pro- fessors, college presidents and specialists of all kinds. They did not consider their edu- cation completed when they were graduated from Cedar Falls since they became stu- dents for life as well as permanent workers for the common good of humanity. Hence, they are studying in the universities of America and of Europe and are developing reputations that give the greatest promise of notable living and of worthy careers. The women who have founded homes of their own are elsewhere noted for their special intellectual activities in the communities in which they live. They are leaders in the development of educational inliuences in the club and in the school. They are prepared to lend useful assistance in every enterprise that originates, while they possess the equilibrium and the training that give them influence and efliciency. Alumni organiza- tions exist in many places throughout the state, but banquets are not very frequent be- cause the numbers are too large for such functions. lVIore than five hundred attend the annual dinner at the June commencement and hearty cooperation and good will are constant quantities. Alumni associations exist in Chicago, Seattle, Spokane, Denver, and Los Angeles, and the recognition badge of the literary societies and of the alumni are met everywhere. The student of Teachers College is a self-respecting and self-governing individual. He is moral in his standards, intellectual in his ideals and religious in his motives. He goes to school to work and to acquire personal development, not to dissipate his energies in having a good time or in the acquirement of bad and expensive habits. He- does not think he has done well if he attains his object by accomplishing as little as possible in his efforts. He disciplines himself and does not seek to schedule for the so-called soft snaps in the program. He is the best student in the world because he is always in class when not ill and he always recites when granted the privilege. In fact he' uniformly complains to the presdent of being deprived of his share of the opportunities offered if he is seemingly omitted or overlooked. He has limited time for social functions be- cause he came to college to study, not to celebrate. He is not a capitalist and hence he avoids the needless expenses that add so much to present day student life. The faculty is compelled continually to legislate to restrain his application to Work rather than to spend time in disciplining him for indiscretions and disorderly conduct. The life of the Teachers College student body is always sober and serious. Working with them in the class room, in the laboratory and in the oHice is a continual pleasure because they are so tractable, so teachable and so appreciative. They have plenty of spirit in their activities but it does not display itself in yells, in destruction of property, in lawlessness. They recognize that they are preparing, to govern others and they, therefore, are special exemplars in governing themselves. They desire to be leaders in the near future, they have a hope of wielding effective inliuenceg they accept the fact that in student days is the time to begin this training in royal conduct and for that reason they are independent in action, resolute in endurance, and sincere in their endeavors. These characteristics they continue in their student life beyond the days of normal school experiences and their record as men and women in the university, in the graduate school and in life is exemplary, exceptional and extraordinary. There is a final characteristic that deserves to be mentioned and that is the almost entire lack of mercenry and selhsh motives in their personal education. This is largely due to the fact that they love their fellow- men and value them beyond riches and honors. Their inclinations are toward the humane and the philanthropic rather than toward self-aggrandizement and self-glorifi- cation, and they esteem life as a privilege to be enjoyed while being employed in the betterment and improvement of humanity. Page Thirly nzne Qlumni nf Ellntna Qtate Barbers allege mba FRANK R. VVILLIS, judge of Superior Court Los Angeles, California B. Di. 1879, Iowa State Teachers College. LL. B, 1881. Iowa State University. 1920, Judge, Los Angeles, California. In- structor in Criminal Law and Procedure in the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 10 years. Special Study of Sociology and Psychology as applied to Criminal cases. "Probably not another judge in the State has exercised the policy of granting probation to prisoners susceptible of reforma- tion with a success equal to that attained by Judge XVillis. Not less than 500 men have been reclaimed by him at an estimated saving of 3500.00 per man to the State." 1 l i i Bess STREETER ALDRICH, VVriter Elmwood, Nebraska "I am glad I like common folks and wild flowers and hash and babies as well as Browning and Chopin and Shakespeare and Corotf'-Bess Streeter Aldrich. B. Di. 1901, Iowa State Teachers College. Pen name, Mar- garet Dean Stevens. XVrites for Ladies Home Journal, Viiomans' Home Companion, Delineator, Designer, Harper's YVeekIy, Mod- ern Priscilla, Ladies World, National American Motherhood, McClure Publications, American Magazine. VVARREN PROCTOR, Opera Singer . .. 1845 South 8th Ave., Maywood, Illinois B. D1. 1908, Iowa State Teachers College. Opera Singer, con- cert and oratorio. Member of the Chicago Grand Opera Com- pany, 1915-16-17. ALICE B. CURTIS, Lecturer 171 Madison Ave., New York City, N. Y. Iowa State Teachers College, B. Di. 1896. Ph. B. State Uni- versity of Iowa, 1903. M. A. University of Chicago, 1913. Secretary to the President of the National American XVoman Suftrage Association. Owner and manager of Colorado wheat ranch. Miss Curtis, while Secretary to Carrie Chapman Catt, carried on a nation wide campaign in the interests of woman sutfrage. babe gaineh spatial histinttinn in other fielhs CHARLES I. LAMBERT, Psycho-pathologist Assistant Superintendent, Bloomingdale Hospital White Plains, N. Y. M. Di. 1897, Iowa State Teachers College. B. S. 1901, Iowa State University. M. S. 1903, Iowa State University. Sigma Xi CHonorary Fraternity in Scienceb. N. Y. State Psychiatric In- stitute Hospital, '04-f12,. Associate in Neuropathology and Path- ologist to the Manhattan State Hospital, '12-'13. European Study '14, Johns Hopkins University. I GEORGE H. MCMANUS, Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Fort Warden, Wasliington B. Di. 1887, Iowa State Teachers College. U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 1893. Lieutenant Colonel Coast Artillery, U. S. Army. Brigadier-General, U. S. A., 1918. In charge of loading troops for overseas, Port of Ernharkation, Hoboken, New Jersey. At present, Brigadier-General McManus is stationed in the Philippine Islands. J. PERCIVAL HUGET, Minister Tompkins Ave. Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. M. Di. 1892, Iowa State Teachers College. Ph. B. State University of Iowa, 1903. A. M. Coe College, 1905. D. D. Coe College, 1911. D. D. Knox College, 1912. Moderator, State Conference. Member National Congregational Education Board .Directory Chicago Seminary. Trustee, Knox College. Dr. Huget has filled many prominent appointments as Lecturer in the United States and in England. CLARA B. VVHITMORE, Medical Missionary Shanghai, China Graduate of Iowa State Teachers College. B. A. Iowa State University. M. D. Iowa State University. Physician and Sur- geon in Margaret 'Williamson Hospital, Shanghai, China. Mar- garet Williamson Hospital is a Mission Hospital, one of the old- est Women's and Children's Hospitals in the Orient, treating from 80,000 to 100,000 patients annually. HON. HERMAN C. HEMENWAY u In the seventies of the Nineteenth Century -the decade of the birth of the Iowa State Normal School-the man who was easily the foremost citizen of Cedar Falls was Honorable Herman C. Hemenway, the subject of this sketch. The leading events in his career are brief- ly summarized below. Born at Potsdam, New York, April 1, 1834. Came with his par- ents to Fremont, Illi- nois, in 1850. Educated in Illinois. Admitted to the bar in June, 1860 and in May, 1867, he located at Cedar Falls, Iowa, as an attorney at Law. Here he was married, Oct. 13, 1868, to Lanie ' G. Schermerhorn, a na- tive of Seneca county, New York. He was chosen for a six-year period as a member of the first board of directors of the State Normal School, and was elec- ted president of the board at its initial meeting, in June, 1876. , Compelled by failing health, he retired from business in October 1913, He died in Ce- dar Falls at his home, January 27, 1922. His interests were not confined to the line of his profession, he loved his home and the city of his choice. Intensely devoted to the educational advancement of his state, he devoutly believed in the mission of the public school, and in the importance of the training of men and women for the profession of education. In collaboration with Hon. E. G. Miller, his fellow-member, from Cedar Falls district in the Iowa General Assembly, despite much prejudice and hitter opposition, a notable victory was won for the cause he loved and for which he toiled, and sacrificed. But for his zeal and masterful diplomacy at the critical period of the enterprise, the State Normal School would not have been established in 1876, and would never have been located in Cedar Falls. His domestic life was beautiful, it would have been ideal but for the fact that he was denied children of his own, This lack was measurably compensated by his receiving into the precincts of his home, worthy young women, ambitious but financially unable to educate themselves, supplying them with every facility for completing their courses at the Normal School. Of the recipients of these kindnesses so graciously and unostentatiously bestowed, there were fourteen in all. One of these, Mrs. Florence Aubrey Percival of Des Moines, has written beautifully pathetically, of her experiences under the parental care of the Hemenways. Her testimonial is too long for quotation hereg but when the history of the TeachersiTraining at Cedar Falls is published, her letter of appreciation will prove one of its brighest and most interesting pages. Page Florty-two F' 'B DIV H YM 3 L ,J iii fj?vf YH -il -S-f-fire---W - qv - fa -lry fl- S, --f'f' A C,f,!1mT ' fi ' J' 1 12' .i..e-1551+-' L,iL"'l-?' . r..,,, ,,,,.., ,-,rf 'A - - fa, fi , T, ,l .aw -a.aE:L-..--7f? ::f Y,-, T V - -- r --S-Q..w ' -?T34 --ll' L Q ' ll 3 If 4' 'f. jr' Ll , 'P it Allie.-'fri fi-'T' " ' ' 'fA"' l X . . Ya W -,, T..- ...C-.f,.f.,1,,f,,-251. T.-.127- fff,l' YV' Axlv L, V , ,., .. ,.,. 'il,-o.l.fg..l A.,, s.,..,.,L,t,., .L.,,r,oL.at,L,.L..JL a.lt.J1...g:,,LTi,'Y,f l 1 'Al l . 1 A 'z l l lm.: ffl .lv-I 'llfl llfl lilil lvl l lf'-l l. 'ei had ll'l lf nfl l-' lei lg.l I lliij , .- glvgl, Nfl l'-l T ll lv! lxgl Nail VH l-lil Vfkl li 'Q 4 -I lfl 424 ! .ll ,Ml Wifi 1 il l .l li. l iff lfri lfri llfl to lflfl W , , ll.rlllli Page Forty-four EFFIE BATHURST .... Greenfield Education Mathematics Y. VV. C. A. LINNIE VESPER BUTTS . . . Bedford Earth Science Government Social Science Club MERRrLL MERTON BAILEY . . Cedar Falls Baseball '19g Football '19g Basketball '20-'22, Orio President l20g T. C. Club XVESLEY L. BEACOM .... Clayton Government English Education Clubg English Clubg Social Science Clubg Iowa Clubg Vets Club, Pep Club FLORENCE BEGEMAN . . . Cedar Falls Mathematics ' Elocntion Physics Clio President, '21, Y. VV. C. Ag VVin- ner in Declamatory Contest, fall, '21, Midwinter Play, 'ZZQ Cheer Leader, '21- '22 CLYDE BROOKS ..... Iowa Falls Government Elocutinn Delta Sigma Rho: Aristog College Bandg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Editor of College Eye, '21 and '22g Baseball, '18 and '19Q Mid-winter play, '22, Commencement play, '21g Student Council, '18g Class President, '19g English Club, Social Science Club ALBERT F. BROCKMAN . . . Cedar Falls Agriculture Aristo MERLE BRocRsUs . . . . Marengo Primary Education l l , l .. W.. . H- -Vi --- 1 1 1 E 7 11 1 W 11 11 ., 1 MARY L. CARNAI-IAN . . Shannon City Public School Music 'English Cliosophic Vice-President and Secretary Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg College Eye Staff Glee Club FLORENCE CARNAHAN . . Shannon City English Cliog Y. VV. C. A. Senior Class President Forensic Leagueg Cheer Leader '21-'22 English Club NI.-XRGARET CARNAHAN . . Shannon City Home Economics Education Cliog Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '21 and 'ZZQ Pep Clubg Student Volunteerg Inter- society Debate ELVA S. CozzENs . . . . Colo Home Economics 1 Chresto ELSA Oi CORNEORTH .... Waverly English History English Club ANNA D. CoRDTs . . ., . . Boone Rural Education History Zeta Kappa Psi Presidentg Alphag Pres- ident Iowa Clubg Social Science Clubg French Clubg English Clubg Winner In- ter-collegiate Oratorical Contest 'Zlg Representative Inter-state Oratorical Con- ' test '21g I. S. T. C.-Cornell Debate '21g Consolidated School Clubg Editor "0Id Gold '21-'22 MARJORIE COOKE . . . Charles City ' Physical Education - 1 Science Delphian President '20g Camp Fire Pres-V ident '21 HERBERT C. Cook .... Cedar Falls Government Philog Square and Compass Clubg Social Science Clubg Pep Clubg Y. M. C. A. ---JM ' 1 1, 3 ffl , Init? 1 :H 111 11 1 11 11 1j, X1 11 11 11 .1 1: 11 '1 :1 E1 '1 ' 1 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 111 E1 11 11 1 111 11 11 11 1 11 51 1 1 11 111 113 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 11 1.1 11 11 11 1 1 1 T 1 Yi Page Forty-jifuf l . I l.,I f -.II-I-.AQ-E , M, fI,.1gy,I.g-. as1,5a::gs-says'-:,n1mt,:-:s:2gg3-:Ama-I-.K 5 --Q:Qg.fa,-'ef.:f-1.::..,:fs sie. 5:Ii--:-:Isa,I.I55.g.:':. .ta-1-.:g:1yQ. l I i l V Im, I-Ig..-5. , I N- ,...,.:.f- 4-.mf -ef saiwg:-ezg.-A-mm.-..,t....:.1,g,:gff:::a':af.-I II:-1' I:-:-211-If . .-..Itvws,-fI?'Q5-vs-ewiftiic1 2 Q. E ,. .. .,..W ww- A - - .- . I:-f1".s-'2:2-mea.-.-1., 'QM ,' I . - I .WNV ' 'f:'Q.15I?I3-IS? 352512-:'22-F14-"?'SEi?-E'E':E.f'f:,.:::i!2:2!:.f-265:35,..1255 - , I . .,:g,,,:a.,:. vmlgfgf, eff - s.1r:'.-:fg:5.1Zi1 :.:...- ,I . 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President '20-'21g Ansu- di Camp Fire RUSSELL E. DICKINSON . . . Shellsburg Government English Oriog T. C. Club President '22g Baseball '16, '17, '19g Basketball '16, '17, '19, '21g Football '17, '19, '21 VERA DUNCAN .... Pecos, Texas Primary Education English Critic Training LEO J. FRIIS ..... Cedar Falls Government Biology Delta Sigma Rhog Philo President '21g French Clubg English Clubg Social Sci- ence Club President '21-'22g Triangular Debate '20g Glee Clubg Cosmopolitan Clubg Tamagonian Society MARY A. PAINT . . . . Kesley Histsory English Zetaletheang English Club I I I I Page Forty-six RUTH FARRAN .... Cedar Falls Normal Training H. S. Critic English Y. VV. C. A.g Educational Club RUTH FISHER .... Grundy Center English Education Clubg English Club LoU1sE FUERSTE .... Gurtenburg Commercial English Delphiang Commercial Clubg Pep Clubg Orchestrag Y. VV. C. A. M. RACHEL Famuczc . Park Rapids, Minn. Home Economics Homeriang Y. YV. C. A.g Ellen Richards Clubg Pep Clubg Euterpean Glee Club ETTA FLUKE ..... Cedar Falls ' English Education English Clubg Art League ELLA FLUKE ..... Cedar Falls English Earth Science English Clubg Qrt League Cedar Falls MYRTLE GAFEIN .... , Commercial Zeta HELEN CATHERINE GUTKNECHT . Hudson Physical Education Biological Science Cliog Campfire iff 1 lm T l if 'ili if ' i , 'A f .74 , '32 wi , l F. 1 is l, l l l I Z l 1 I F 4 'l i ,I l l L, 4 , T l ' 1 lil il , l l'f1ffz' Forly-sffwn , V -V---W -L, -L ---L 'lx lrlffiaa ea- .ll ,- '.'.. " l ' 's. ,-,T l E --X--va..-.-.f.T..-Y .-.- L---A K , ' ' X , 1 F 'li'Qfi:::.r-".,,-,i-l-if... A 1 - ' 'P i li v' :V-L r-Ar-f---'-Y'-gi? 'frlfitiffiiii ,,,,ag,.g QCA., -,.,fl,. f 'l..,J .ij Q.. "1ifLL1lL4 CECIL VINCENT I'IALL . . . Cedar Falls n Mathematics tml Q K 1- ilk-L '.':, '3 .. , V LL L LLL xl nl L S3 it QQ QL- v, we ,. C l Y r . .1 nl M FL ll M, ' ""' 'l V ,, .,,, .,,, , .aemsf -1 ' ll ll 'fl' ' Q ,- ill l . -ll lvl ' . ,.,. ii 'lal . 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Hudson Physical Education , Biological Science Achoth Sororityg Clio Secretary-Treas- urerg Camp Fire FRANK JoHNsoN. . . . . Norwalk' Manual Arts , Aristog Social Scienceg College Bandg Square and Compass Club HAZEL JONES ..... VVaterloo History Mathematics Education Club BEATRICE JOHNK . . Neosho Falls, Kan. . Physical Education English Alpha Treasurerg Achoth Sororityg Camp Fireg Euterpean Glee Clubg Student Council '20-'21 RUSSELL O. LAMSON .... VVaterloo Government 1 Public Speaking Delta Sigma Rho President '21-'22g Ma- sonic Clubg Philomatheang Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '19g Social Science Clubg English Clubg Class President '19-'20g Glee Club '19-20g Morningside-Teachers Debate '20g Pep Club President '21-'22g S. A. T. C. '18g Commencement Play '21g ' Forensic League President '20-'Zlg Stu- dent Council '19 ANNA C. LARSON .... Moorhead Earth Science Government Zeta Kappa Psi Secretary-Treasurerg Eulalian President '21g Social Science ' Clubg Morningside-I. S. T. C. Debate '21g Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer Y. VV. C. A. ' JOHN LUCAS JR. ...... Alton. . Government 1 Philog T. C. Vetsg Social Science Club President '19-'20 ANNA LUND ..... Cedar Falls J Mathematics I English 1 Zetag Mathematics Clubg Y. VV. C. A. ' V f'N K l2lj.11' 511' ll ,. It . al 1 ,, ll . , . , l " ll 'V 1 . v W. r . Page Forty-nine' ll 1 P-Ef:'fP1'ffffg flirt, lil 'Eff' 55lffl?5i:: , 1 A 1,1 1j,k1, '17 1,, 1,1711 1, lILL1i,gjY1'zTY 1 1 , .l .mV,X , .L . , , , . l l 1 li ii I 1 ,',v' xr.' .1,', I 5,Q:5',T1Qi, .A .,,, V ,,:V , .f . , 1 , , 1 1 -' if 5 ' ' A l V11 l,E'Ei1:1 ' -f-" 1' "V': 'N -m" 1 14 ,,-11 'Q 1 A l lll ll 1 ., M. 1 1 1, ,, nw 1 . fc, . , .l 1 ..,. ,.,.. ...f 3 1 1 1 1 W l1 1.1. 1 1 , 1, 1 1 "-' 5 ' ' l Ei' :1 1 , 1. ...1Q,f... 1 1, .1 1 , 1 '1 :2':o?.V. , sv' - . L-17 'iv iv K 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 'J11 'f , v . 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I' , 1,16 ,1 W 11- ,. ,, , -115.111,,part-1-1, 1-1 x , ,, was 1 1 -1'f af "" .. "'1Y'E1':t iWLvvC' "ar 1 '? 'M'fiL 1 1 '1l .R ,111 ,, KW, ,X .ps fa ., -, 49115 1 ll 1 1 V1 1" 'P1 1 , 1 1'1' ' 1'1 " '1 17' Page Fifty LODWICK . . . . . Mystic Home Economics ELIZABETH MASTAIN . . Cedar Falls English I Public Speaking V Clio President 'Zlg Forensic League ,20- 'Zlg English Clubg Mid-winter Play 120- Y27 EVA MCKEE ..... Conesville Physical Education English Achoth Sororityg Delphiang Y. VV. C. A. Pep Club LYLE MANTOR .... Cedar Falls Government Philog Delta Sigma Rhog Ellsworth- Teachers College Debateg Social Science Clubg Class President '21 DALE MEIQRILL .... Cedar Falls French S Spanish Y. XV. C. A.g French Clubg Consolidated School Club LESTER M. NIINKEL . . Dysart Government French Philog Howling Hundredg Social Science Clubg Glee M. C. A. French Clubg Club '20g Y. LEITA MATTISON . . . English French Chrestog Cecilian Glee Club Thompson HELEN MCCREERY . . . Cedar Falls English Public Speaking Alpha President '21g English Clubg So- cial Science Clubg Class President '21g Euterpean Glee Clubg Oratorical Contest ESTHER NATZKE .... Cedar Falls Normal Training ' Neog English Cluhg Social Science Club MARIORIE NISBET .... Cedar Falls Public School Music Chemistry Ossoli President 'ZOQ Forensic League Treasurer '21g Cecilian Glee Club JOHN DE NEU1 ...... Ackley Manual Arts V Agriculture Baseball '17-'18-'21g Football '16-'2Og T. C. Cluhg Philo SADIE PETERS ...... Sheldon Normal Training Critic Biological Science Social Science Club LULA GRACE PORTER . . . Anamosa Home Economics Ossoli GEORGE PORTER .... Cedar Falls Chemistry Mathematics Philog Baseball '19-'20-'21g Basketball 'Zig Football 'Zig Y. M. C. A. ESTHER PASCHEN .... Cedar Falls Commercial Education Economics ' Alphag Student Assistant Commercial Dept. MAXRY RUNDLES . . . . 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Corydon Goverment l Earth Science Homerian Presidentg Y. W. C. A.g De- bating Team '21g Forensic Leagueg Iowa Clubg Social Science Club 1 MABEL SCHWARTZ . . . Hereford, Tex. Earth Science T Mathematics Homeriang Y. VV. C. A.g Pep Club 1 RUTH SHERRARD .... Cedar Falls Home Economics Education Chrestomathiang Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet FLORA STEBBINS . . . . Des Moines Physical Education I English ' Delphiang Campfire l T RUTH MARTAN SNIDER . . Cedar Falls History Elocution Homerian President '19g English Clubg Social Science Clubg Inter-society Debate '21 RUBY MARIAN STONE . . . Humboldt ' Commercial Education ' French Alpha President '20g English Clubg Com- X mercial Clubg Student Volunteerg Inter- society Debate '21g Presbyterian Pastor's X Assistant '21-225 Assistant Commercial Department VV. E. SCHULTZ .... Cedar Falls Aristog Football '17g College Bandg In- ter-society Debate '18 MARTHA STOLFUS . . . New Hampton Earth Science English Eulaliang Social Science Club Evan STEWART ..... Conrad History Homeriang Social Science Club VENANCIO TRINIDAD . . . Philippines Education Masonic Clubg Philo Presidentg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Vice-Presidentg Senior Class Presidentg Social Science Clubg Tennis Champion '21g Representative Inter-state Oratorical Contest '21g Howling Hun- dred. Education Clubg Gospel Teamg VVinner Editorial Contest HORACE T. C. TU, Tungyang, Chekiang, China Education English ' Sociology Club Presidentg Social Science Clubg Philomathean C. F. VVAY ....... Tracy Rural Education 3 Earth Science 1 Square and Compass Club, Presidentg Baseball '16-'17-,18 - MRs. GERTRUDE VVAY .... --Tracy i Home Economics V English . Y. VV. C. A.g Ellen Richards Club ROGER V. VVILSON . . . Cedar Falls Chemistry Student Council '18-'19-'20g Morningside- Teachers-Simpson Debate '20g Delta Sig- ma Rhog Oriog Chairman Homecoming ' Committee '2Og Chairman May Day Com- mittee '20g Cheer Leader '18-'19-'20.g lVIen's Glee Club '18-'19-'ZOQ "Mikado" '20: Hlphigenia in Aulis" '21 C-TRACE E. VVILLIAMS . . . Cedar Falls Education Chemistry Neotropiang Art League President '18g Social Science Clubg Student Volunteer Bandg Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '17-'18-'21 '22g Art Editor OLD GOLD,' Education Clubg Senior Class Vice-President C it ll ,X , Pagf Fifly lhrrr . I W ,.,,: pr, .., r F: rzzgg,--gps, ---' "I A ,- I Il'i,::"-.L . Y W M-..-,..,f,1,.,..... . M- ,L L, L I I l -lil I, Em 1 fl'l 3 Q1 sl . -'11 I rl 1.l I I I , I , -ll il Il .V Q 'wil Cl'l .-1 .1 gil I, flfh' 3 ,lil if -,ill Il 1--fl" .l ,- I ,li Ji 1' 'Il .I I if ll V'f"l ' Il Ey'l ' g IE , l-i li rcgxh I IL, 'I ' il P31 il I 'I l tif X 1 l li i l li I lg 1 ll il Lg l l..j Il l - ll ll ,. , ., l IJ.,...4...:-..,1v. - - -....-.,,.,,.,,,,. ,, ', cm,-jfs! . Page Fifty-four CLIFTON AHRENS .... Cedar Falls S. A. T. C. Vice-President, Aristo Secre- tary, 1920, Band, '19, '20, '21, '22, Or- chestra, '18, '19, '20, '21 ABRAM UJIMMYU JAMES . . Colfax Commercial Aristo, Football, Baseball, Basketball EARL G. MILLER .... Waterloo Government Physics Philo, S. A. T. C. '18, Track '20, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '19-'20 CARRIE ALBATINA VVATSON . Cedar Falls English Government Homerian President, Y. W. C. A., Eng- lish Club, Social Science Club, Pep Club ELIZABETH XVARTTMAN . . Cedar Falls Physical Education M Biological Science Shakespearean, College Orchestra '19, '20, '21, '22, Camp Fire DALE I. VVELSCH .... Sigourney Education Philo President, English Club, Social Science Club, T. C. Vets, Student Coun- cil President '21, '22, Forensic League President '21, '22, Inter-society Debate '17, Mid-winter play '22, Intercollegi- ate Debate '22, Inter-state Extemporane- ous Contest '22, Commencement Play '22 HERMAN EARL VAN PELT . Orange City Education Aristo BESSIE MARGARET VAN DER KAR Cedar Falls HoIne Economics Chrestomathean, Education Club, Pep Club L L 4 l ff' Eifiififjiiffff MJT T77 Y T QA Il ' ' ' ' ' Q lin if ""'i1'i'21-1f'f,i' 4 f K-""x s ' FT "M 4 X ffl lui' on 1 .,-- v-., , on ,S..--... ..,, , ...xl ,..:..a,......,-.:., -. .-t.p,v..1.?,f- --tiJJ.og g,,-,p,J fy V y-LW-jr VW""i"'o e FTLTl?j'1jf'i l li l DORIS CLUTE ...... Earlville fff-L ,- .v'w 1 Junior College Irvingg Y. VV. C. A.g Social Science f ' Clubg Pep Club W l 2 VERA BURNS ..... 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Shell Rock Junior College RUTH E. Moses . .... Manson Junior College Pep Club ITNA ECKART ..... Guttenberg Junior College ERIE CHURCH . . . Mount Pleasant Junior College Ossolig Y. VV. C. A.g Pep Club JULIA KVALE ...... Decorah Junior College Eul alian SYLVIA M. KLINEFELTER . . . Conrad junior College MABEL CATHERINE BARRON . Cedar Falls Junior College President Ossoli Fall 1921 l LELA GALLOWAY . . . . Henderson Junior College IOLA M. WARE ..... Coggon ' Junior College BERTH.-x O. BOLXBAUGH . . . Eddy-ville Junior College ' Eulalian l x Acmass T. HARTSHORN . . . Traer junior College Eulalian Lois TURKINGTON . . Columbus Junction junior College 1 Alpha W l 2 l EDNA MAE Koi-:RBI-:R .... Sibley Junior College X l MARY HUFFMAN ..Q. . Nashua 1 junior College Y. VV. C. A. HELEN MCINTOSH .... 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' ' '1 - . 11 1 151 H 511 -111 Chrestog Presxdent Chresto CVV1nter l, 'N ' 151- 111 1 111 1. - 11 1 111 Terml, Pres1dent of P. T. Class 19165 l 1 1 1 1551 211 ,Y - .-1 1 -, ..f1:1, 1 I: 11 1 . l ' 4 1 -115 '--' i L 1 1 1 --'1 . 1 2. 515511. ,,1 .1 '+1E:'2l1'f"1-'F1-1:15.-.111 'fl l .R 1 ' l 1 1 11. 111 ETHEI. GROOMES . . . . Waterloo 1 1 ' ' or Colle e X 1 1 .1 g 1,1 .1 1 ' 1 1 s 1 l 1 .1 1 .1 1 1 11 11 - x g.:-1 ,I .Av 15111, 1 1 ' 1 ,1 ,. : ' ,111 ,11.-. 11115: 11 i1 l 41 -Q' 1- 1 111 1 .1 M l' 1. 1.1.-ff W" ' 311 1 - 11 LILLIAN M. HOLMES . . Crawfordsville l l 1 1, VHVILE P .1 . 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1- 11 Juflwf College 1 1 l Q A 1 1 OSS0l11 Edllclllloll Club 11- 4 .11 1g4...gs,.4,m.., .-.-.-.-.. J Nm.. ..,1. .... . 111 1 1 1 11 l::1 1. 1 l' RUTH EMMA Lan-1s . . Dallas, So. Dak. ll 7 1 1 1 11111101 couege 1 1l1 111 . A -W'- 11.1 '-1 lm 1 I lv . 1 1 1 13' - SIOUX 0111111 Y- W. C. A11 Camp F116 ' 1 1 :1f144iQ1.. 6 W "' T :E 1 'fi' 1 1 ' Wi? 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Rock Valley 1 -221 1 '11 1 11H1 11 1 .T UU101' 0 CSC 1'fmw'f.11: 'M l ll 1111 1 1 1 f -1 1 1 '11l1 1 .51 13-wt 1-1 ,:.4:f'f1.1,1' l 1 1 W. 1 'Ref 2-rc' l ' 11 1 1 ,.- , A1, .-1914495 L45g4::1eg-Wre1.4 . l 1 11 ' 1 1 1 1111 . Vg.: 354111,-1,-,,3 ,,1L51-1g- 1 11154. 1 lg 1! X THU. ELLIMQER . . . . Stout 1 IL 11 111 11 . ' Maj H 1 '1 11 1 11111101 College 1 17 l 1 1 V 211 ' - 1:11 - . 's ' ---- 1 i'11'1-rib 11 1 Chrestomathlang Y. VV. C. A. 1 . li 11 111, 'li -':3,"f::a:5i'.B71, -EEZ' L- I l1 1 1 1"2!z:i2:1:9"' 1,1 . '1 ' ' 1 1 I . " - 'fwkfgi 11 ' 911 1 Y - . 1 1111 l MARY E- STARK - - - Tfaer 11:2 1 ,J 1 l Il? 'i'f - , 1."V'fo':31I?""?: 17' gal 1 ,Tumor College A 11 . l H11 1111 l Eulallan ' 11 W 1 1 f 1 1 1ll 11 1 1 1 1 1, ' "IV: -5 ' - " 4' 'ff-V1 4 -4 -' ':f5"G.4',9' .1 1, -.1, ' ,: "fri ' 1 1 W1 1 -A lll' 111 1 " 1 Nil 11' 1 M -11, 1 11 111 ,- 1 , . A :g1'r,11:yi.-,gmiv-Y A as-gy? ,1 1' " , 1 l gl DOROTI-IX LUNDELL . . . 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A.g Glee Club f'.D , 1 If .,............,, 1 .-.. .,1 1 .11 , , 1 1 Ross LAVINA W1LcoX . . . Estherville Public School Music Homeriang Secretary and Treasurer Stu- dent Councilg Euterpean Glee Clubg Col- lege Orchestrag Director of Training School Orchestra ' ESTHER LARSON . . Pukwana, So. Dak. Public School Music Alphzig Sioux Clubg Cecilian Glee Clubg Orchestrag President Class 1920 VVinterg President Class 1921 VVinterg Euterpean RUTH ALLEN ...... Elkader Public School Music . . . . Ainsworth School Music Glee Club HELEN SNELSON Public Alpha g Cecilian EDNA Voucnr . Public School 1Music Y. W. C. A.g Euterpean Glee Club 1920- 213 Cecilian Glee Club 1921-22 . . . . Dike JOSEPLHNE GRACE SPEICHER . . Hudson Public School Music Cliog Cecilian Glee Club ESTHER BLEY .... Cedar Falls ' Special Piano ' Alphag Accompanied for Euterpean Glee Club 1919-20g Accompanied for Cecilian Glee Club 1920-1921 HELEN SPURRIER .... Mount Ayr. 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Roland Education Chrestomatheang Camp Fireg Pep Clubg Society President Spring 19205 Society President Fall 1920g Class President 1920-21 MILDRED GIXRDNER .... Cherokee Physical Education Zeta CORA RIEKE , . . . . Van Horne Physical Education Homeriang Camp Fireg Forensic League 1920 LAVAxE SELLERS . Physical . . Marshalltown Education Neotrophiang Student Councilg Camp Fire 3 Orchestra GLADYS RUDSTON . Physical Shakespearean g Sw Senior Play 1921 THORA COLLYER . Physical Cliog Camp Fire RUTH MAHACKEK . Physical Zetag Camp Fireg OLGA D. HfXRTZ . Physical Homeriang Camp Cabinet 1922 . . . Des Moines Education imming Team 19215 . . . Clear Lake Education . . Austin, Minn. Education Pep Club . . . Durant Education Fireg Y. VV. C. A. 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U A ' ,. - - 11 fi 1.1--A ., , . ,. .. X-13 2552 , 1' V- 'l Cliog Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1921-225 Pres- ll Et 115. 5151121155 Q , L+ ident Art Class 1921-223 Art League SIEYLLA L. YOUNG . . Cedar Falls Art Art League MARY RYAN ..... Ryan Kindergarten Euterpean Glee Club INEZ MAE FxTcH . . . Cedar Rapids Kindergarten Secretary-Treasurer Kindergarten Class ALICE PETERSON . . . Waterloo Kindergarten Alpha ii 1 'fa fr. if f. ., ,,,, , gf way-,-: X' Z? 2262 , me prawn' " ..f,,-,z wr: jxiw - 541. 114431, rw-E, - xl-1 , 1 . Af , Q 'Q H141 - 111 . '5 ' ' 4 1' 2" il-iyfi' 'i ZZ, yew? 1 5 A ,M 5 , ,Z .:.,5 .A l Way' 1 1 1, .1 ll, ll we l ,l1 1,- 1 1 . 11, , 0.7, .. , View .. W'1,,! V . ffl, '.ZfTf1" 1 ' f 1 -. . l 54? '35 air ,532 fa A, 1 fm, 1+ . Q ia 1 . -W 1 v ,vf,,,f:,fg9- A .- '? '-?f.f'f':'yf'JKm l M ig? 1 .lae 1 ' 1 ' ',11j1,.,,, , Q," 'LV' 'Sui-5' fffif ' ' -'51, fffl Sf. il 1 -"' p9,f ',-'N ' ' ' 'EQEJEK N' a 1 I s --A -fE,:1ff.w, IQ? . ip' 5 ,..f.:f,2,25? 1490. 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J 1 , A, M, Lb-.:r Page Eighty-three 1 - xxx, 1 ,X ,,. lf- -- await, Llddg.. l l 1 -.-f l V L l Y...i.-,4.... ,.V,,f4,..f1:A:9:.- 1 V1 E1 ,Z 1 K l l 1 ,l I, , 1 5 ,l queer C e Pggg Eighty-four l 11- r ,-Q T gr. 1 . ,', -1 l--f. lu . , 1 -I A, Y L 1 1- I CHAR1.o'rrE LAUTZENHEISER . Cedar Falls Kindergarten Shakespeareang President Shakespearean VVinter '21 g Vice President Shakespearean Fall '21 MILDRED FOLEY .... . Ryan Kindergarten Catholic Students Association ELEANOR LENYON HAMBLEY . Gilmore City Kindergarten Euterpeang Glee Club LENA PENNING . . . . Ackley Kindergarten Chrestomathean ANNETT.A HANSEN .... Holstein Kindergarten Zeta IRMA VVAGNER .... . 'Waterloo Kindergarten Alphag Kindergarten Reporter C. S. A. ANNA REA RODERICK . . VVaterloo Kindergarten Delphiang Y. VV. C. A.g Pep Club EDITH LUBBERTS' .... Parkersburg Kindergarten "And a Little Child Shall Lead Them" FROM THE HEART OF A GREAT TEACHER To HIS PUPILS: "Each day and Every Day, to school and from school, I meet you. You smile, and the welcome in your eyes is wonderful to see. Do you feel that you have need ofme? Know then, oh, my children, that I have far more need of you. The lvurdens of men are heavy and you make them light. The feet of men know not where to go and you show them the way. The souls of men are hound and you make them free. It is hecause of you that the world grows and grows, in lvrotherly love. I look a thousand years ahead and see, not men, ships, inventions, louildings, poems, hut children, shouting, happy children. You, my beautiful people, are the dreams, the hopes, the meaning of the worldf, PJ ffffyf II II II I II III III III II I. III II' III II II II III I II II I I I 'I I, . III ,I II :Il I . I ,I II' ,II II .I. 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"V I N li ll-if ' n-"f 'wl A ' pull ' ' I -'-" HI ' ' L ' 'cs' " u' f: 1'H ' ll " - q uv" I - " vk . I E 1: .!' I H WNV' 5, f'--., ,w . 'Aff V 1 - , - -,3. X- .Hg ' - H up I ' hr , ,-,HI N2 ' ill If, A ll V If V li: lilill Em ' ., t'4'f,'. by , Al I Q ,jg " if I I 'V f 7 LL 7- 1541, W K ig up 1 1 CLASSES W lm 'W f'ff4fgfM 1 XX ' 4 ,, Al , , , , , L A H' XA. .-, ,N , , V. - , , ,Z f f 1 H Y 1? Af, ' i' if ' V' Q 'W' ' m'W-7 1 7' ' Ulf 'f ' 7 rw 5+f'?w' AV E MQ ' , f ,M i W - X A WHA ,IV 1 - -. ' Q N 1 fi L. ' 1 . xX!1..,N 14 f' 5 , 45, 1"7','f . ' - V- Tx? 4 'A' ' 'B Q. '. - . - -QR-1 - it. - -, ,. fafff ' til' 1 5 l i l 1 l ll li I l 1 1 1 I 4 di! 1 I1 1',l 1151 H I 1 1 iflj 'i l 1 i li l K1 7 l i l 1 F if L TI-IE CLASS OF 1922 And it came to pass in the nineteen hundred and twenty-second year, in the fifth month, and on the thirtieth day of the month, that there went forth a decree from the portals of learning of Iowa State Teachers College, to the effect that commencement time was at hand. And it came to pass that several score of the best and fairest young men and maidens of the land, having many and divers majors, received their degrees and the Godspeed of the faculty, while the sound of wailing and gnashing of teeth was great in the land, as the under-class men mourned at their departure and uttered exceeding great lamenta- tions even unto the going down of the sun. Now it was known of all, in those days, that here was indeed a worthy host and most deserving of honor, yea, of great honor. For had they not been the foremost among the wise, the valiant and the fair? It will be told from father to son and from generation to generation of the many and divers honors won by those who chose rather to study mightily for a season, and accomplish great ends than to enjoy the pleasures of idleness and to suffer the shame of unfitness. And what more sayeth the prophet? Yea, in all school activities, yea verily, in every form of service could these mighty ones be foundg on the field, on the platform, battling, pleading, persuading, always diligently striving to exalt the glory of righteousness and of truth. Furthermore, they were not remiss in good works nor in the school organizations, nor lacking in social graces, eating, drinking and making merry, being all things to all men, rejoicing in the song of the march and the tune of the merry dance, yet in all things being sober and sedate as becometh the mighty. lldoreover, did they always remember their Alma lllater, counting it all joy to edify and love her, as becometh her good and loyal children. And their names shall be writ- ten in the Book of Teachers College Graduates-the Class of l922! O F F I C E R S Fall Ilfintcf' President . , Vex.-xxcio TRINIDAD ' FLORENCE CARNAHAN Vice-President . . . GRACE VVILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer . ...i A LARSON EDWARD CUMMINS Sponsor, DR. CHAS. H. MEYERHOLZ ' 2' Payr Eighly sfwfz Page Eighty-eight w Page Ifiyfzlynine Page N irzely I i M OYXQ E Joh Yl Ccmfor-T ' r i Pagc Nirzlfly-one BRIGHT B. AYS VVe used to think we knew we knew, But now we all confess: The more we know we know, VVe know we know the less. Miss Utley: f'VVhat is the llama covered with?" Miss Faint: "VVoolly hair." Prof. Begeman: "Explain the nebular hypothesis to me." Birss Curtis: "VVhat donlt you understand about it?" Helen G.: "Vincent, what makes your lips so red? Did you use a lip stick? Vincent Hall: UNO, I wasn't the one who used it." Miss Aitchison: "VVhy didn't the early settlers use the Columbia river more?" Dorothy Hayes: "It's because there are too many salmon in it." Mary Rundles: 'iHow many studies are you carrying this term ?" Russell Lamson: "I'm carrying one and dragging three." Keith Cook: "Can you dig me up a girl if I go to that party?" Elmer S.: f'Sure, but what's the matter with my getting you a live one?', Errrcnfxr rIIEACI-IIXG Anna Cordts: "Now, johnny, where was the Declaration of Independence signed?" Training School Johnny: t'At the bottom, mum." john Lucas: "Here's a fountain pen. Did anyone lose it? Grace VVilliams: "Is it a good one?" No'r1cE Miss Aitchison: "I wonder why silk is more expensive than wool." Mildred Dawson: "It's because it's a lot more trouble to shear the little silk worms than the big sheep." T00 MODERN ENTIRELY Martha Stolfus: "VVhere did Christopher Columbus land when he reached America?" Bright Pupil in Training School: "Ellis Island." Florence Begeman: HSay, what keeps us from falling off the earth when we are upside down?" Prof. Kadesch: "The law of gravity, of course." Fl : "VV ll h ' ' 'N ' ' ' P" orence e , ou did folks stay on before the law yy as passed. Doc'roR's ORDERS Mrs. Leo Friis: "I Want some shirts for my husband, size 20." Clerk: "Certainly, madam: with starched cuffs?" lMrs. Friis: 'fOh, no, The doctor says he must avoid everything with starch in it." Miss Thornton: 'tThe picture isn't complete. You've got the horse in but you haven't drawn the cart." Etta Fluke: "Oh, I'm going to let the horse draw the cart." Room-mate: "VVhat soap is this?,' Lester Minkle: "Mr. Colgate's-but he let me use it." Florence Carnahan: "VVhy are you taking statistics?l' Herlof Strandskov: "Because I enjoy studying figures." Florence: 'iYou should take art." Hush, little Senior, don't be so bold You're only a Junior one year old. Page Ninrty-lrwo M ' 'V S 4" 1' , .fx ,f . l . J!! .X X ,. 1 I 552. . . ' ,U . M 151 -A I - fc. . '1 3 E ' 'A lw- .' my WU al N' O F F I C E R S F all W'i1zter President . . PIERLUF STRANDSKOV ARNOLD LUCE Vice-President . . ELSIE VVALLESER FRANK GETTY Secretary-Treasurer ARNOLD LUCE ELSIE Q WALLESER CLIFTON VVILLIAM AHRENS ALLEN S. BAILEY MERRILL M. BAILEY JOHN C. BENNETT PRUDENCE A. BISHOP MILDRED BLUMER MARY BOYD ALBERT BROCKMAN CLARK H. BROWN LESTER E. BUSWELL RUTH CADWELL IDA CARLSON FREDA CARPENTER ABBIE COLE DOROTHY M. CORNING RUTH DEWITT ANNA DUDACEK STELLA FARLEY B. A. JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP IALBERTA FULLER R. C. FULLERTON GRACE GAARDER MARIE HARRISON RUBY HENDERSON RALPH W. FLICKS CORA B. :HUNGERFORD JOSEPHINE E. JENNINCS MARY LEAVITT ARNOLD E. LUCE EDNA LURA DONALD R. MABEE FRANCES L. MATIN IRENE MCGARXVEY N. W. MCGEE ETHYL MENTZER MEXRJORIE MULLARKY RACHEL NEWKIRK ELIZABETH QGAN MARY JEAN PARKHOUSE VIVIEN PARTINOTON BERTI-IA PITMAN MAEEL B. RICHARDSON RUTH LEOTA ROBERTS BERTHA ROBINSON MARION SATTEREIELD DOROTHY SCHMIDT VERNON H. STEFFEN .HERLUF STRANDSKOV ,ARDIS SWORDES THELMA VINCET. ELSIE VVALLESER FRANCES VVHEELER FRANK GETTY SINA MOTT FLORENCE SIEVERDING LUCILE VVOODCOCK Page Nifzfly-lhzwf' 4 x Page Ninely-four S H M QES G iff ff W Fall President . ' EARL VVOLFE Vice-President DOROTHY VVEATHERVVAX Secretary . PAUL HENRY Treasurer . EARL LONDON PROP. F. E. FULL:R, Spenser SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ' W'i1z ier BERNICE SLIFSGARD ROBERT HOLUJAY VIRA SPIEGELBERG IVAN FENN VVe are the Sophomores, Sophomores, Class of '24, ' Lots of pep in store, VVe are the Sophomores, Sophomores, VVe'relfrom I. S. T. C. Page Ninfly-five l 1 1 w Page Ninety-.fix aflfx x FQESHMAN Q J A 'YKSSN ',, ilj YZ- wr FRANCIS AND EICHMEY TPIOMPSON E Freshman Ojjzicers in fiction 3, , President . . FRANCIS L. EIGHMEY Secretary . EDNA THOMPSON Treasurer . . . . MERLE R. FRANCIS Class Sponsor . PROP. VV. L. WALLACE Pagn Ninffly-scfzmn ELMER ACKERMAN RUTH L. ALDRIDGE FRANK B. ALLEN JOHN B. AMES DANA AMOS EDITH IRENE ANDERSON HENRY M. ANDERSON CELESTE ARMSTRONG EVELYN ARQUETTE JOHN BANTON ELEANOR BARR AUDREY BEALER HELEN BEHM ALMA A. BERGER LENORE BERGMAN ALBEIQTINE B. BLAUFUSS MABEL BLOOMBERG EDWIN BROCKMAN LIOBART BROWN ESTHER BURKHISER ALICE W. BURNEY VV.-ALTER J. BUTLER ALICE CARGILL LORENZO M. CARPENTER VERA MAY CARTY HAZEL CAVE FLORENCE C1-IALLSTROM JUDITH CHASE FRANK CHURCH GUYE CLARK RUBY CLOUSER JODA CLYMAN HARLAN G. COLE ANNA MAE COOK ITIELEN LOUISE COOK M. ALINE COURTER GRACE COX LIARRY R. CUMMINS ELIZABETH DALE LLOYD C. DEAN MILDRED DESEELHORST PAUL K. DRAPER C. I. EERNISSE F. C. EIGHMEY WILEUR ELSON C. W. FAILOR LESLIE J. PARIS FERN FARLEY WALTER FAUST JUNE FEARER MARY A. FERRIS RUTH A. FORSBERG HELEN FORNEY EDWIN C. FORSYTH HATTIE L. FORTSCH MERLE R. FRANCIS MILDRED B. FORNING MARGARET FULLERTON MURIEL GAHAN HAZEL GASTON FRANK V. GETTY PRESTON E. GIBSON Page Ninety-eight FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL .- TROP. W. L. XVALLACE, Sponsor ADDIE GILBERT FRANCIS GLENNY LUCY GOODRICH B. GRAEBER ROSE ALICE GREENE ROLLIN M. GUERNSEY' EDITH E. GUSTAFSON JENNIE E. GUSTAFSON NEITA G. HANSON ALFRED T. HARVEY BEATRICE HARWARD CHARLES HEPXRST JOHN HELLER VVILLIS C. HEMMERLING BERNICE HUESSELMANN FLORENCE HILL GERTRUDE HOKER ELIZABETH HOLLAND LENORA HOLM EVELYN HOUCK IRENE IMUS ELIZABETH' JACKSON DWIGHT JAMES B. A. JENSEN RUTH JOHNSON ARTHUR C. JONES HAIKRY E. KELLEY VIVIAN KELLEX' ELLEN IQILLER LAVERNE ICING ATHA KINNEY ALICE KINT HAROLD S. KLEPFER ANNE T. KRAPEK LYDIA KRUSE HELEN KUMEROV IRENE LAI-'RENTZ H. LESTER LALAN FRED V. LAMMEY MARINE LAMSON MILERED I. LANE ARDIS LARSEN AGNES LENZ MILDRED LUCE NYTA R. LUTHUR AMY LYONS ARTHUR MACARTNEY MARIE MACK LOUISE MACLAUCHLIN MARGUERITE MARTIN CLEO MASTAIN GEORGE P. NI.-XRVRELIS LYNN MCCLURE GLADYS MCCOLLUM ICELL MCCOLLUM POROTHY MCFARLAND VILLANOVA MCGARVEY GIXRNET B. MCGEE HELEN MCHUGH GL.iDYS E. MILLER . RAYMOND T. MOORE W. F. MUELLER DOFOTHY MUELLER ROGER MULLINES JOHN K. NAUMAN LEAH MAE NEFZGER CHARLOTTE NELSON JAMES S. NEWMAN MAX L. NOAH EVA M. OLNEY REGINA ORMSBY HOWARD ORTH GLADYS R. PARKER HILDA PAUKNER REX J. PENDLETON ARTHUR PERRY MINNIE B. PETERSON FLINT PURDY CLAUDE RANDALL CLARENCE RANSOM PAUL E. RAY EDNA A. REIMER ESTHER A. REINKING LESTER REINWALD KERMIT E. RICHARDS EDNA M. RITTENHOUSE LEON E. ROEB 'WALTER E. ROBERTS HPKRRIET ROHN CHARLEY JOHN RYKEN EDWIN RUGG ESTHER SAUPE LURA SAYIDGE RUTH S. SCHMIKLE LETPX SCHNEIDER MARLYS SCHWARK MARIE SELLE HARRIETTE E. SHIMP ETHEL SHORT JAMES A. SIMPSON CORAL N. SMITH MILDRED SNYDER MARION SPENCER JOSEPHINE STARR DORIS M. STOY MARGARET STROTHER MILDRED SURFACE MARIE SVVEENEY LINCOLN A. SYKES DOROTHY THIELMANN ETHEL M. THOMPSON FRANCIS H. THORNTON LOIS TROXEL ESTHER TRUMBAUER EVA M. TRUMBLEE IONE VAN HORN RUTH WALL MILDRED VVEISBARD KATHERINE WELDEN .GAIL VVELLS DORIS WELSTEAD HAROLD J. WHITE DORIS VVHITTLE CARESSA WILD K. C. WILL LEOLA VVILSON IRIS WILSON NEvA VVILSON DAYTON VVINTER AYILDA MAYE VVOOD ALICE VVYNEGAR gl JUNTQQ l QCDLLEGE l K ld XJ K I i 1 CLASS OFFICERS Fall IfIi7lfE?' President. . . . . DESSIE PENNY President .... ANNA BREIDINCER Vice-President . ETHEL BLLINEGR Vice-President . . . Ioxe FARBER Secretary . . . LETHA JONES Secretary . . . NAOMI WTHITEI-IEAD Pizor. GOETCH, Sponsor VVHY THEY CAME TO I. S. T. C. Letba jones-To take the Spelling Test. lone Farber-To write lesson plans. Ann Breidinger-To be lVliss Duncan's chief assistant. Hazel lN'IacCuen-To use attic of Dormitory for elocution practice. Bess Horne-To answer telephone calls at Bartlett Hall. Ethel Ellinger-To read the readers' guide. Mabel Monson-To get Qeasej E's. Alma Schildroth-To learn the art of ballet dancing. Dessie Penny-To get a front seat in chapel. lVlyrle lVIorris-To direct games at J. C. parties. Ruth lldetcalf-To learn more about Hygiene. CLASS Jokes lone F.: 'llVhy is Clara Jarvis' recitation like the city of Quebec 3" Doris C.: "Because it is built on a bluff." P77 "Are you an Alpha Beta Gamma "No, l'm Sylvia Klinefelteif' Ruth P.: "l wonder if bliss Thomes has a pony?" Ethel E.: "l d0n't think so. l saw her riding in a Ford." Bess Horne: "l'd like to ask a question about a tragedy in these Lesson Plansf' Miss Tow: "Yes" - Bess: "What is my grade ?" ' Pagf Nizzrly-nina -ng Page One Hundred FIRST YEAR JUNIOR CQLLEGE PROF. M. H. DoNALDsoN, Sponsor CLASS OFFICERS . .Fall Term W inter Term I President .... LLOYD PHILLIPS President ..... ARTHUR PERRY Vice-President .... ARTHUR PERRY Vice-President . . .- . IDA BRADEN' Secretary and Treasurer . RENA MOORE Secretary and Treasurer . RENA MOOIXE Reporter . . . . IVERNE VVICK Page One Hundred Om' FHHNTJUNIOR.COLLEGE CLASS DOROTHY ADAMS GRACE ALES NELLIE ALLEN RAY ANDREWS EDITH ANGLUM ENID ANNAS LINDA BAKLEY DOROTHY 1. FERRIE EDITH FORSYTH ELVA M. FOSTER AUDREX' FOUSER EMILY FOUSER ALTA M. FRENCH RUEY GANFIELD HESTER LILLE BALLHEIMMRS. FRANK GETTY MARJORIE BALDWIN HELEN BARNES OPAL BARRETT ALICE BECK OLEEN BENDICKSON IRNIE BENGTSON LILLIAN BERNARD MARGARET BLACK BURROWS BLADINE RUTH BODENHEIM ELVA BOLAND VERGIE BONHAM IDA BRADON ETHEL BRANNAN OTHELIA BRODALE MILDRED BRONSON ETHEL BURRELL MARY BURGESS RAYMOND BUSHGENS MILDRED CADY FRANCES CARLSON JANET CHASE ELSIE CHURCH MYRH CLARK EDNA CLYMAN ALMA CORPMAN ELLEN COYNE BERTHA DAHL LEOTA F. DAVIS SILVA DOLECHECK ERNEST C. DRIVER BLANCHE DUNN HAZEL DYRLAND EVA EASTMAN LILLIAN EGGLESON BERNICE EARLY ETHEL ELLINGER EDNA M. ELSON ETHEL ERICKSON PEARL FAETH Page One Hundred Tfwo LILLIAN GILMAXN MAE GLESSNER BERYL GOLDEN ELFRIEDA GREGERSON EST!-IER HALE LILLIAN HPXNSON SARAH HIGGINS ANNE HERMANSON BE.-XTRICE E. HILLMAN ARLA HOLDEN MADELINE HOWARD ADELIXE HOWE ESTHER HUEN MARX' HUEEMAN RUTH HUTCHISON VERA ,IACOES LAURA JAY QEILMA JOHNSON LETHA D. JONES LILLIAN JOHNSON VVILI-IEMINA KAUS MARIE KELLEIIER KELLEY VIVIAN KESSLER BESS ICNOVVLES VVILDA KNOX JULIA KVIXLE VVILDA ICRAMER LOUISE YANDES MARTHA LEAHY MARIE L. LEWIS RUTH LEWIS ORA LICHTENEERG LESTER LORENZ MABEL LYNN LAVINA MANNING EDNA MARTIN ELSIE MARTIN MILDRED MARTIN CIWENDOLYN MATHEWS JESSIE MCARTHUR MPXRJORIE MCGILLIGAN LOUISE MCGREGOR IVERNE VVICK RUTH MACKAY MARION MERRICK GRACE MEYER .ANNA MILHULKS RUTH MILES EDNA MILLER NITA MILLER RENA IVIOORE ANNA MOWER GRACE MULVIHILL IVA NAFE .AGNES NELSON ALICE NELSON EUGENIE NELSON JENNY NELSON LILLIAN NEIHOUSE ORLONE NORDBY MARION NORTHRUP IRENE NORTON Ii.-XTHLEEN NUGEXT ANNA O'BRIEN Ii.-XTIIERINE O'BRIEN CELADYS OLSON OLIVE OLSON LEONARD L. ORTH ETHEL PACKER CLARA PADLEY MARX' PADLEY ANNA PARTINGTON ETIIEL PARTINGTON GEO. W. PASCHEN ESTHER PHILLIPS PAUL POPEJOY LAVERNE PRESTEIN IVIARGARET RAISER MARY RAISCI-I E. A. RALTON MARION M. READ GLADY'S RODENEAUGEN CRERTRUDE C. RICHARDS BERNICE RICHARDSON ENENA RIES LOIS L. RITCI-IIE DELIGHT ROBISON ROLL GRACE ROEISON PIAZEL ROBERTSON JESSIE RODGERS ESTHER J. ROGNESS GRACE RUNNER ALMA SCHRANK ISABEL SCOTT MARGARET E. SHAW ZELMA SILENCE LILLIAN SIME LILLIAN SMITH NELLIE SQUIRES HELEN M. STARR MARIE STEELE IRENA STEENI-IAUSEN HAZEL STEFFENHAGEN MAE C. STEVENS DONNA STEVVART IDA STOMME CATHERINE J. SULLIVAN CHARLOTTE SVVAIN LETHA TPXTE LUCILLE TAYLOR ALICE THOMAS LOIS THOMPSON H.-XZEL THOMPSON METTA TODD LOUELLA TOUNE LEONA TRAINOR M. JOSEPHINE TUCKER LOLA VVAKEMAN BRUCE VVALLACE FERROL VVASHBURN CAROLYN M. VVEHRMAN LEONA VVENDELL MTXRGARET VVHEELER M.XE E. VVINKLER MILDRED VVARMAN MINNIE VVIRTH ALMA VVOHLERS ADA XVOOD AGNES LENZ MARY HALL EDNA ZIEMAN IEANNETTE SCOTT ZELDA LAVE VINNIE JOHNSON . ,. , .. .,,...... Pagr One Hundred Thru' H PRIMARY N 4 i . Miss AMY AREY, Sponsor SECOND YEAR PRIMARY CLASS OFFICERS Fall Win-ter - President . LUCILE FLICK President VVILMA L. PINNEY Secretary . . ALICE SEVERSON Secretary . . . HELEN HON Treasurer . MARGARET FEL Treasurer . . LOUISE STROHBEHN Page One Hundred Four Payf Om' llundrfd Fi-ve SECOND MYRTLE IABRAHAMSON' DORIS ALSTROM MARCELLA ALEXANDER FAY ALLEN LEAII BARKDOLL CARNELIA BARNES MAEEL W. BERGQUIST DOROTHY BIRD ERCYCLE BLAINE IRMA B. BROWN VELMA M. BROWN ALICE BUTLER NINA CAMERY NEVA CLARK RUTH DAVIS MARGARET C. DICKEY PIARRIET DREW MILDRED DUFFY MYRA B. EATON DORRIS FANKELL MARGARET FEE LUCILE A. FLICK VIOLA FRICK FERNE FORWARD DAPHENE GATCH PHYLLIS GAUGHAN ANNETTA M. GLEIM RUTH HAMILTON HELEN HIXNSEN ELIZABETH FAY HART LUCILLE HENDRICKS VELMA LIIDLEBAUGH MARGARET HOLMES CORRINNE HOUCR JEAN PIUBER MARTHA JENSEN OLIVE JOHNSTON Page One Hundred Six YEAR PRIMARY I-IAZEL JOSLYN EVELYN L. KNOWLTON VIOLA KNUDSON EVANGELINE LADD MARVEL LANNING E. LIVINGSTON EDNA MANTOR RUTH NIARICLE HAZEL F. MARTIN 'fl-IELMA MJXRTIN MIXBEL MCEWEN LULU B. MCGINNIS NAOMI MITCHELL QSLADYS J. MEYERS LELA R. NELSON MARCIA NEVVTON ESTER NYSTROM EMMA OLSEX BERXICE PALMER FRAY PARKIN MARTHA PETERS MYRTLE PETERSON VVILMA L. PINNEY VAVA PITTMAN MIXRGUERITE REESE LEDA V. RITTER BA.-XRTHA ROSSITER LOUISE SATER ALICE S.-XUPE MARCELLA SI-IRINER ALICE SEVERSON HELEN SHULL LILLIAN STINE DOROTHY STRONG ELIZABETH THOMPSON THELMA TOY FLORENCE VALENTINE CLASS ROLL FLORA M. WELLS ETHYL WILSON MRS. VELMA VVISE YIOLA WOOD MARY XAYYLIE ESTHER X'0UXGDALE HELEN FORD HATTIE IBLIXGS IVI.-XBLE TINOLEEF TERESA THOMPSON GLYDE Fox MILDRED FROELICK MARCILE CHRISTIANSEN IVIATILDA BOSECRER LILLIAN BURTON EDITH REED NIARIAX XVALKER LEORA THORBURN CRYSTAL FORDYCE EDITH HOGLE JENNIE AKIX ERMA FORBES H.-XTTIE LENNLS VERA STEIL LOIS EDGAR HAZEL KIXSLEY RUTH NIE.-XD ORPI-IIE ANDERSON HELEN NEVVTOX DE ETT.-X PFIESTER GLADYS CLIFTOX MARIE DAY RUTH JACKSON THELMA DAYTON LOUISE STROHBEHN ESTI-IER COLLIN FIRST YEAR PRI MARY CLASS HONOR ROLL FLORENCE FRANKLIN, Second Cabinet, Y. VV. C. A. BESSIE FRITZ, Secretary-Treasurer of First Year Primary, Winter term. NELLIE LARSON, VVinner in Inter-society debate, Eulalian. IVADEL JARVIS, Secretary-Treasurer of First Year Primary, Fall tCI'l'I1. EVELYN VASSAR, Euterpean Glee Club. NIAURINE MERWIN, College Orchestra, Delphian Pageant. MILDRED MERWIN, Delphian Pageant. DOROTHY SLUTTER, Delphian Pageant. JUNE SLUTTER, Delphian Pageant. EVELYN OPPEDAHL, Delphian Pageant. ADA LUNDY, Delphian Pageant. NAOM1 JOHNSON, Delphian Pageant. ISTATHRYN DOWLIN, Delphian Pageant. EVA GREEN, Euterpean Glee Club. RULEY MCATEE, Preliminary Debates, Zeta. ESTHER WINGER, Delpliian Pageant HELEN BARTLETT, Delphian Pageant. JENNIE MOLINE, Delphian Pageant. DOROTHY MASTERS, Treasurer, Neo. GLADYS VVEDGEWOOD, Cecilian Glee Club, Sioux Club President, Neo critic. RUTH M. PATTERSON, Euterpean Glee Club, preliminary debate of Shakes, Class President. Page Om' Hundred Sefven Page FIRST YEAR.PRlhLARY CLASS HAZEL ALTWEGG ESTHER AFRICA LINNEA ANDERSON MILDRED ANDERSON HAZEL APT FLOY AURIT SIGNE BACK FLORENCE4 BALSLEY HELEN L. BARTLETT GRACE BELDEN EDITH BENNER MARJORIE BENNETT AMELIA BENTLY EVA BENTON NADINE BERKEY OLGA BIZER BIOLA BLOCKER ALBERTA BOSS TINE BOWERS LUCXLE BOWMAN MRS. MARY BRANDT VERA BRAZZILL ESTHER BREMER IRENE M. BRENNAN CAPITOLE BRINDLEY GERTIE BROSDAL EDITH BROWN GRACE BROWN LORA A. BUSEY MAE C. BYAM NI.-XRGARET CAMPBELL ROSE CARSON AUDRY BROWN LUCILE CALHOUN JENNIE CHALMER BERNICE CHATTIN INEZ CI-IILD LILY CLAESON RUEIE COOLEY EDNA DALE FLORENCE L. DEGE ROSE DENTEL ETHEL DERRICKSON PEARL DEVINE MARGARET DICE ESTELLE DICKSOX KPXTHRYN DOWLIN PAULINE DRUMMOND GLADYS DU B015 GENEVIEVE DUNKLE HELEN DUNLAP LOUISE DUNN BETH ELDRED ROZELIA EERNISSE EDITH E. ENGELKE One Hundred Eight EDNA ENGELKE ELSIE ENGLEKI-NG SARAH E. FARNSWORTH NELLIE FENNER GRACE FINLEY RUTH A. FLINN AMANDA E. FOLLMER MILDRED FRONING GERTRUDE FLEMING FLORENCE FRANKLIN BESSIE FRITZ SYBIL E. GAREER NEVA GEIST JUNE FEARER EMILY FONSER HELEN GIVEN MPXRY J. GOTTSCH HAZEL GOODMAN IRENE GOODWIN ZELVVYN GRAHAM LAURA GREELEX' VVANDA GREEN EVA GREEN VIRGINIA GRIFFITPI CLARA GROSS MARGARET H,-ALE JESSIE HALL PEARL I'1AR'1'LEIP CECIL HARTLEY LEOTA HIARTLEX' MAMIE HAUSMAN RUBA HAZLETT MARTHA HESLEX' EDITH HENDERSON HAZEL HENDERICKSON GRPXCE HERRITY ELIZABETH HAINRICPIS BERNICE HIGGINS LUCILE HIGGINS Ii.-XTHLEEN HILL OLIVE HIISL IMOGENE HOPE JUANITA HOPE MAE HOGAN GERALDING HORN GLPXDYS PIUFFMAN CLARA M. HYDE IDELLA HERMAN ESTHER ISACSON VIOLA ANNA JACOBS MARY VV. JACOBSON LENA JARED IVADELL JARVIS EMMA JOHNSON GRACE :JOHNSON HELEN JOHNSON NAOMIE JOHNSON MARGARET JOHNSON MINNIE JONDALL HAZEL JOSLYN LAURA KAliSTEN BEATRICE KAUTZ ALTA KING FRANCES KELLY NELL KENNEDX' PEARL CTERALDING KEPEORD MPXRIE KEY'SER NELLIE LARSON MARY LAUGHLIN SARAH LEONARD FRANCES LINT I-IAZEL LLOYD DOROTHY LUMRY ADA LUNDY ORPHA LYTTLE EDNA MADSEN VERA MAHER EVELINA NIALAXD DOROTHY 1VIAS'l'ERS RUBY I. MCATEE FRANCES MCGLONE PIELEN LILLY BERTHA MCNEILL RUBY MEAD LAVERNA MEHOEFY CLARA MEYER MAURINE MERWIN MILDRED MERWIN CATHERINE MILNES JIXNY MOLINE MARIE MOUI2-RY EDNA MORGAN EVELYN MUSBACH MARVYL MYRLAND MIIJDRED NADEN IRENE NORLAND MURIEL NORTHRUP ALYCE OLMSTED EVELINE OLSON FRANCES O,NEIL EVELYN OPPIDAHL ELIZABETH PATTERSON RUTH M. PATTERSON AGNES PEDERSEN MILDRED PENN ET'TA PARKS HELEN PLATT MILDRED POPE CLARA PETTERSON ROLL ESTELLE RAKE ELIZABETH REANEY MARTHA REDDIN REED REIE RUTH SADIE RUTH RIEGEL RITZ RUBY GLADYS ROLAND IRMA ROSS LUCILLE ROSTAT ALICE RUTHERFORD ELIZABETH SANDBERG EDNA SAYLOR ESTHER SCHEDTLER ETHEL SCHMIDT VIOLA SCHNELL NELLIE SELLEIS ELSIE SIEMENS ONALEE SILENCE DOROTHY SLUTTER JUNE SLUTTER BEULAH SMITH LUCILE SMITH ESTHER SODERBERG EDNA J. STAUEEER OLIVE SEIENHOFF MARIE STRAUB LOIS SUDENGA IRENE STRONG MARY TAPLEY METTI-A TAUCK BEULAI-I TAYLOR HARRIET TAYLOR IRENE THOMPSON PAULINE THOMPSON JOSEPI-IINE TOWNER ESTHER TROWBRIDCE DOROTHEA VAN NUYS EVELYN VASSAR EVA VAN VLACK RUTH XVALDRIK PEARL VVATKINS VERA VVALTERS LILLIAN WATTS GLADYS XVEDGVVOOD BERTHA VVEIGEH IVIARTI-IA W'EISELL GRACE VVHALEN ESTHER WHITARER ALICE VVICKERSHEIM HAZEL VVICKHAM ZOE VVILLIAMS ESTHER VVINGER GOLDIE VVOODLEY ANN VVOODVVORTH Page One' Hundred Nine .,,jgg"V' - I if I, ,I fsiisff,gf.gfTliig 0 L D G C2 TL D LUIS' -I i L. MISS MAY SMITH, Sponsor FIRST YEAR -PRIMARY OFFICERS President ........ RUTH M. PATTERSON Vice-President . . DOROTHY LUMRY Secretary-Treasurer . . . MISS IARVIS Sponsor . . . , Mxss SMITH W KK Love childhood, ellcourage its sports, its pleasures, 4 Iv and its instinct for happiness. -Rousseau. Page One Hundred Ten gil if5i3ii?i5i i3?flf7f'i' SS S fTf5M-1 : sg Qflgzlkiiff iiff T 2 fmt? .l. I '- CLASS OFFICERS President .... .... E STI-IER SCHOENBECK Secretary-Treasurer . . . INEZ FITCH President . . . . ESTHER LEECH Secretary-Treasurer . . FERN FRESHVVATER Sponsor ........ PROF. J. VV. CHARLES SECOND GA1L AMSDEN FERN FRESHWATER INEZ FITCH IVIILDRED FOLEY ELEANOR HAMBLEY MARGARET HoLT RUTH ITNYRE Sponsor, PROP. I. VV, CHARLES YEAR KINDERGARTEN CHARLOTTE LAUTZENHEISER ESTHER LEECI-I EDITH LUBERTZ LENA PENNING ALICE PETERSON REA RODERICK EDNA CHALUS CLASS RQLL VIOLET VVEAVER MARX' RYAN ESTHER SCHOENBECK LUCILLE SHAFFEK IRMA VVAGNER .ALEENE GIBB LORETTA NVORVVALD Fagf Om' Ilulzdred I1-Iffllfll 1 Page Our Hundrfd Tfwellve FIRST YEAR KINDERGARTEN Gustin, Kilmer, Gralmam, Ceclerlxolm, Kerr, Jensen, Vorwald, Larson, F'Orw:u'd, Holmdalxl, Gibson Kenny, Dowlin, Fear, COHIII, Hummel, Case. Paul, Dawson, C0l'll'llCk,'1Jl2lft Schuck, Slosxen, Miller, Small, Parks, CIl1'lSIOHf91'S0l1. Horst, Peters, Gibb Gray, Yetter, Hadley, Stewart, Decker, Ynrcrlm, BeI'gquist, Boggs, Strohlmehxm President . Vice-President Treasurer . Secretary GERTIE GIJSTIN ORPHA KILMER MARGARET GRAHAM RUTH CEDERIIOLM EVELYN IKERR INEZ JENSEN LORETTA VORWALD GLAOYS LARSON LYNNE FORVVARD TIIELMA HOLMDAHL MURIEL GIBSON VVILMA KENNY VIRGINIA DOVVLIN DOROTHY FEAR DORIS COEEIN LEONE PIUMMEL MARIE CASE IVESTA PAUL LUCILE DAWSON GRACE CORMICK Pay? One I'Iundrz'd Fourteen OFFICERS . VVILMA KENNEY . MAURINE BOGGS . ETTA GRAY . INEZ JENSEN CLASS MEMBERSHIP LUCILLE PLATT MARIE SCHACK NORMA SLOssON GLADYS MILLER NELLIE SMALL MARGARET PARKS GERTIKUDE CHRISTO LUCILLE HORST MIILDRED PETERS EILEEN GIBB ETTA GRAY GLADYS H7ET'I'ER ALYCE HADLEY MARY STEWART DARLENE DECKER DELIGIIT X7ARCH0 HELEN BERGQUIST MARIE BOGGS VIALLIE STROHBEHN llfinlm' DARLENE DEGKER ORPIIA KILMER MARY STEWART GLADYS YETTER FFERSON Page One Hundred Fifteen MANEE RURAL .-QQ A 4 P CLASS OFFICERS President .......... IDA M. WILLIG Vice-President . . . . RUTH HOUSTON Secretary and Treasurer . EILEEN SCANLAN Sponsor . . . . PROF. C. C. SWAIN CLASS MEMBERSHIP IvA BEEGHLEY HELEN CARROLL CLARA P. ERICKSON FREDERICK ERICKSON ELIZABETH HUTTON VERA MAE JONES ALTA KINNEY MARJORIE MCGILLIGAN ELSIE MARTIN JENNIE NELSON OSLANE NORBX' KATHERINE O,BRIEN GERTRUDE PRESCOTT MARY E. RAUB MARGARET WHEELER IDA WILLIG F. H. THORNTON FRANKLINE NAEHOLZ IVA STENNETT FERN MCVEY AGNES GOODMANSON LOIS THOMPSON SARAH HEOGEN FLOSS STOUT BESSIE CLOUSER GLADYS CONRAD ANNA CARMODY HELEN OTTO MAE STEVENS MARY WHITTY IRMA DEMMEL ELSIE DETLEF JOHANNES HANSON VINNIE JOHNSON EVA ANDERSON MILDRED MILLER IVA NAFE BLANCHE ROBERTS SADIE ROWE ZELDA LANE LUELLA MURPHY ATHOLL CAMFIELD MYRA HOOROM ALTA FRENCH ERMA CHAPMAN MARY EIMEN MABEL HARPER EVELYN KNYOWLTON RUSSIA HARRIS BEATRICE HILLMAN MARJORY MILLER RUTH SHEERER LUCILLE HANLEY MABEL REICHSTEIN RUTH PARADISE TERESA KILCOIN DOROTHY ALLEN HELEN JOHNSON NEVA TUCKER TERESA VVHITE EDNA AROWE Page Om' Hundred Thzzleen I , , ., LVM, ,,.,--...-. 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Miss ANNA LEGGETT CORA ANDERSON FRANCES ' BARTLE HELEN BETZ ETHEL BICE- MARIE CHRISTENSEN GRACE COOK MABEL COWLISHAW MARY DUNN GERTIE BGGERS ELEANOR ELLENGER CALLA FRITZ GRACE GILBERTSON HELEN GILCHRIST CLASS MEMBERSHIP VERONA GOETTSCH MAEEL HALLAWAY MARTHA H1NRxcRs BERTHA JANEWAYS GRETCHEN JUNGE GRACE KITZMAN ALICE KLINGAMAN PAULINE KNOLL FLORENCE MATEER GRACE MCCUMBER GERTRUDE MooRE BESSXE MUNs0N ARLINE ORR MARY OBERLE RUTH PETRO ESTHER REID VERA SASSEN Lols SELLERS MARY SHANKLAND GLADYS SURFACE CLARA THOMAS ESTHER TODD FRANCES VANEATON EVELYN WALKER HENRIETTA WITICREVE ELSIE MCELHINNEY Gilbertson, Shankland, Kirtzman, Fritz, MeCumber, Hookom, Sellers, Cowlishaw, NValke1', Surfme Mateer, Eggers, Sassen, Thomas, Todd, Junge, Goetsch, Orr, Ellinger Gilchrist, Janeway, McElhinney, Barth, Reid, Betz, Knoll Christense, Rice, Leggett, Munson, Dunn, Kliugnman, I-Ienricks Page One Hundred Sixteen W ,,,-,..-.-.-,-, 4 ,fm 4A?'tL7'Y' Y W ""-"L.":"' f:-+1-.+--- 'R X ' 1 '- " H - ' - M W-fhwf ff, Page Om' Hundrnl Seventeen i ff 7 ' fg 'f1e 2 , '-if YYFQ-13722 '-3-1 f1 Tff, '2f 1 es iv-R -if PHYSICAL I , T E IIOATIOR . xx , , x .T l V35 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS OFFICERS Nl President . . . . ...... OLOA HARTZ j Secretary ard TI'r':'f'uI'r1' . . FRANCES MARTIN ,J Student Council Represciitatirc . LA VANE SELLERS , l Class Sponsor . . . . MISS MONICA VVILD l 0 ' ' 1 R Nj: CLASS MLMISERSHIP l EVELYN ARQUETTE RUTH VVALL GERTRUDE MILL RUTH PRATT ' LILLIAN JOHNSON JULIA HEMENWAY EDNA CLYMAN MERNA LARUE LETA SCHNEIDER GLADYS HARBACH ESTHER RAE MURIEL GAHAN THORA COLLYER MARIAN PALMER GENE FABER JUDITH CHASE RUTH MAHACHEK MINEVA STALNAKER MARIAN SPENCER ANNE KRAPEK IRIS WILSON GLADYS RUDSTON MARGARET MURPHY GENEVIEXVE TOWNSEND CLARA VVITTER VIVIAN BROOKS FRANCES MARTIN CORA RIEKE LORETTA DOHERTY JANE IMLAY EDNA LURA MABEL SAMPSON RUBY HENDERSON ALICE KINT DOROTHY MCFARLAND ELIZABETH VVARTTMAN MARJORIE COOKE MILDRED GIXRDNER ELIZABETH DALE DOROTHY SCHMIDT OLGA HARTZ MILDRED DESELLHORST ETHEL SHORT LAVANE SELLERS BEATRICE JOHNK MARTHA JOHNSON EVA McKEE VELMA PORTER IRENE IMUS RUTH ALDRIDOE MILDRED VVEISBARD GLADYS PARKER HAZEL CAVE GALE WELLS RUTH JOHNSON JOSEPHINE STARR LULA NELSON ADA DORRELL ESTHER BURKHEISER Arquette, Johnson, Schneider, Collyer, Mahachek. Wilson, VVitter, Doherty, Sweigard Henderson, Schroeder, Cooke, Hartz, Johnk, Inius Cave, Nelson, WVall, Hemenway, Harbach, Palmer, Stalnaker, Rudston, Brooks, Imlay Kint, Gardner, DeSellhorsr, Johnson, Aldridge Vvells, Dorrell, Mill, Clyman, Rae, Faber, Spencer, Murphy, Martin, Lura, McFzII'la1Id A Dale, Short, Hollis ' Henrik, IVhite, Mc-Kee, Weisbard, Johnson, Burkheiser, Pratt, LaRue, Galian, Chase l I Krapek, Townsend Vanlfess, Wild, Rieke, Szunson, 'Wnrttinam Schmidt, Sellers, Porter, Parker, Starr Page Om' Hundred Eighfrm Page Om' Hundred Nineteen lr Hi ' lsr X J , ' v 4 , . N 15 u 4- 'A Qi V w, . L4 Q M M E y v 9 law 1 W ! yiy WH Wf i M 1 My f V, 1' ? Ei' x JM V, A, 1, fi' 1 iii A ml :Vw M I LIN' r, ,W 2 Nl 1 :WN , Vw! NEW , 1-I ' :' ' X Mfg 2 5 M 'Ni 5 P 4 Lui? !!4l 5 ' f M 5 V. r N I ' PM I 1. fl 5 wi: + 3 f I-M 1 I 'iii V WF i WL X fm F' HE? 1 , Wg V34 ,y . ,U V , :Cm A Page O na' I11Ln,d,.ed T Qllgnty rl 5 ,, .L -. -. -AA-.. .,YY . ' ' I I I A MUSIC I C I PROF. HAYES, Sponsor SECOND YEAR PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC OFFICERS President . Vice-President . SecretaI'y-Treasurer . Treasurex' . . Fall Term . CARMEN WOODWARD . . EDNA VOUGHT . ESTI-IER LARSON MEMBERSHIP IRENE ROHDE EDNA VOUGI-IT CARMEN YVOODVVARD JOSEPHINE SPEICIIER IIELEN SNELSON ELLA CARTER GRACE LAMB IVIARGARET BUCK CARRIE DOBBE ALO EBERHARD RUTH ALLAN ETHEL CUMMINGS CARRIE BAILEY lVi1zter Te: 111 ESTHER LARSON ETI-IEL CUMMIXGS ELLA CARTER HELEN SNELSON ALICE MATHEW RosE VVILCOX ESTI-IER LARSON MARIAN PALMER Page Om' Hzuzdrrd Tluuzty one i Q11-i1L3iif.i IT,,.1ifQiQ Eff +' 519+-I .. F- 1 JW- -:N -.--J. H .V 4 -7317313113 '-4'-5 4. 11 X. MWF- " f'-2 lu ff' " 'A' "- ff 'P 4113 "g"q'-H - -:pn J- V- ,H ..,,.- ,-...... ..............--.....- .-1 1 , ,1 V W ,, ,, , y xv-, V - -- --- -, - V- A -YY ,, , Yf,,,,g,..,.,.J-.,,,,-.k Q. -., -.,.Y., ,A ,, Q Q, K I . , A, W vf, -Y HWY , 7-1-V ilfiffif-Z, -7533.--.L f.4- ---.L V 41.4.7 ,-K,.w 4 . - ,.- -- ..,- L1 W, , ...-,A --- - -- - A -gf' Y -V , . J, , AAL,.5mZ .wLm,. LQ- . M -,.- Q, 'pd. m.. d.Sz,..g 1m M Page One Hundred T-wenty-lfwo hr--' aff. Qc: A-'X n FIRST YEAR PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC Hart, President if Fike, Getty, Lane, Pautch, Sparr. Byvank Hutson, Thompson, Demuth Bunn, Snider, Schmidt, Freeulall, Mentzer Dockum, Rugg, Larson, Rude, Buck, Stover, Schmidt Zimmer, Rowe, Arsers, Nickerson, Hughes Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor ETHEL ARSERS FEROL BALLARD LUCILLE BUCK MILDRED O. BUNN ELSIE D. BYVANK MARGARET DEMUTH HELEN M. DOCKUM FAMA L. FIKE ROEERTA FREEMAN CLASS OFFICERS MRS. ELIZABETH CLASS MEMBERSHIP L. A. HART ALMA HUTSON MARCELLA HUGHES DOROTHY JONES IONE M. LANE ADELAINE LARSON ARNOLD LORENZ JESSIE NICKERSON CLARA PAUTCH MILDRED ROWE ELSIE D. BYVANK JESSIE NIOKERSON GERALD SCHMIDT BURNEY SCHMIDT DOROTHY RYAN HELNA RUDE G. SCHMIDT HOLLIS SNYDER GRACE SPARR HELEN STOVER LILLIAN STRAUSER IRENE THOMPSON MARY LOUISE VVEIKERI' PIIRACIE ZIMMER Payz' Our Ilznzdrrd fl'11,vf'nly-Ihrre - - xf" ':"" AQM.,-rfHt:f:g,v-t7f..,'f.i1'J.' 1.--.-,X '. Af -.-1.1- 144-wf,f..,3.,O,g ti " ,J:-' ,i,.4,- ,..'.-..P -L.i..H...' .3,L!.I'I .L I 'Mm'-'wiM'WMM""""1T'If 522, A I f A ,fx KW 5. -,-, ., ML... -A-.:,,o,,,T,,,M.,..,,, I '..,' L, lf ,D I-, I f fi":if,'Jgii?i' ,rp if I A I IC M MEEEI L .1 5 I ' ,V " K - Ml A - jx-'ALL :NG I 'I xx ,-v' .fix I OFFICERS President . . LAURA R. PAYNE Vice-President . . . . LAWRENCE A. FOX Secretary and Treasurer BENJAMIN ENTWISLE Reporter .... . . ERMA LOGAN COMMERCIAL MEMBERSHIP I Commerrial RAY BOHAN ELSIE DETLEF . LAWRENCE A. FOX EDNA GETHMANN LEONA GORTON BERNEIGE GROVER MARY GIJTHRIE NEVA RUBERTA HALL THORA HANSON HARRIET HAYES HAZEL D. HENRY LOUISE MARIE HOFFMAN HAZEL HUNT ERMA LOGAN RUTH MCENDREE ELIZABETH MCCAGUE VERDA MCLAUGHLIN NORA MCWILLIAMS MARGARET MOYMHAN LURA NELSON THOMAS RUGGLES DOROTHEA STOLTE MARTHA SYDNESS CORA M. THOMPSON Cl-IARLO'1V1'E VVASS ELSIE WHETSTONE GEORGIA VVHITMER GENEVIEVE WILLARD II Commercial HELEN CHRISTIANSEN VERYL M. COOMES RUTH COWLISHAW BENJAMIN S. ENTWISLE EVELYN KELLY EDITH KRATZ OLIVE ALLISON LILLEHEI MARGUERITE NIEMEYER ALMA OLSON DOROTHY PALMER LAURA R. PAYNE WILMA RICHARD DELLA E. SHAFER ROBERTA VANDERKAR SARAH REIcERs Sydness, Stolte, Cowlishaw, Christiansen, Coombs, Olsen, Niemeyer, PR3'DE,'RiCl1Hfd XVhetstOne, Kelly, Nelson, Gorton, Vander-kar, Logan, Henry, Dillehel Rugsles, Dmzgan. Hunt, McVVillia1ns, Shafer, Bohan, Fox 'Walke, Kratz, Entwisle, McCague, Wfass, Gethman Pays One Hundred Tfwenty-four WTR I.-if Ft, 33 11?---' f'-f 'wifi-13 ffrii L L-.21gll...J. l ,-,- ....., E-,-., 3f,..f,r7..:1l,.,.,.,...,,-M...L.,-,,..,.Yiwu , . A -Y ,-, , , 1. ..v.-,-L.,.,T.,- , L , TK, -, , ,..,, ,IL Y, 1 Page One Hundred Tfwenly II K.-A MANUAL ARTS 3 President Secretary Sponsor FRED BOHNING ELLIS CLOUGH J. F. CHURCH VVORTH F. COUDER FREDERICK ERICKSON J. E. FOTTRAL ALLEN GORTON R. C. HooN JOHN HUNT I. L. JONES FRANCIS FIECHTI LELAND MAXWELL MANUAL ARTS OFFICERS Fall and llfirztm' XV. VV. FYE and Treasurer . . FRANCIS ORR .PRor. CLASS MEMBERSHIP JOE MCCONNELL ROY MCLAIN CLYDE MOORE E. C. MORGENSON FRANKLIN NABHOLZ FRANCIS ORR BERTRAND RAMSDELL CALE RANsoM , LESTER SARCHETT GEORGE SERCEANT BERT VAN DER BRINK Louis WALICH C. H. BAILEY RICHARD 'WOOD RAYMOND BAILEY A. O. BENTRUDE VVALTER VV. FYE DON HARSI-IBARGER MILO HARSHBARGER YVALTER HEISEL CARL HOLDER VV. R. LAWRENCE IRA PERRY VVILLIAM REANEY GEORGE WARTTMAN At present we have a totally false impression of so-Called art in America demand that art shall rest in a frame and manual labor no matter how artistic is We associ- ated with degradationg whereas art is really doing in a beautiful way of simple things, 6 l I' I . . . . . l 'I I the putting of wisdom into work, and when wisdom has been expressed In labor, the All result is beautyf' . .f 'I I I' I Z.. .7. 31,1 'I Il T! 'I I .1 'II I I I' .I .I Conder, McLain, Holder, Herman, Lorenz, Ramsdell, Rainey Jones, Heisol, Gordon, Erickson, Maxwell, Van Der Brink Lichti, Sarchett, Vlfaugh, Perry. Moore, Orr, Baileyf Fye, Sergeant, Church, Harshbarger, McConnell Page One Hundred Tfwenty-six l N I v 1 Page One Hundred Tfwelzly-5f'fverz f X is. , ng, -,..,, -J'-' 71, My i.D1L5fqv,44.4QJ.QLLTE. Ebb ,, ---- iiijyi fxt T TN- fi fn' T c 555.5 mgff, H , Tglaf H , ,Lnli U-J i-J Ji-J 'J lj IL- Mi., ' if , ni W 41,4 I W ' ""'ff, ' iw, , , ,V , g,j":.13 r ART EDUCATION Stark, Perry, Eli, Mauthe, Geuder OFFICERS President . ..... MILDRED MAUTHE Secretary . . ' .... . ALPHA PERRY Student Council Representative . . MERLE CRANDALL Art Editor for College Eye ..... DOROTHY STARK Sponsor ..... . . Miss HENRIETTA THORNTON "All the greatest art the World has ever produced is fitted for a place and sub- ordinated to a purpose. The best sculpture yet produced has been the decoration of the front of a temple: the best painting, the decoration of the Walls of a room. The greatest work oft Raphael is simply the -well-coloring of the Walls of a suite of apart- ments in the Vaticang and his cartoons are only designs for tapestry. Michael Ange1o's greatest painting is on a ceiling in the Pope's private chapel. And We may multiply such instances. Leonardo da Vinci's greatest Work is the decoration of a Wall in a dining-room for monks. The greatest Work of Lorenzo Ghiberti, the leader of Renaissance sculpture in Florencey was simply the execution of some bronze gates. Gibbon says of the great church of St. Peter's in Rome, designed by twelve architects, among Whom were Michael Angelo, Bramante, and Raphael, that it is the most glo- rious structure that has ever been applied to the use of religion: While the Roman aqueducts, those marvelous creations of architecture, enriched by noble sculpture, were simply troughs for carrying Waterfl -RUSKIN. Young, Boland, Shafer, Crandall, Short age One Hundred Tfwenty-eight " ' 'H " - ' ry ,, --f ,,--v -az--get iiEA7'7'W3li?iiR-' WL' if 5 -Sir' --Q A L CREDITS H HIGH SCHOOL HAZEL ARTWEGG CATHERINE ARP ALMA E. BECK MRS. HELENA BITNER DOROTHY BLANCHARD M. W. BROOKS MARGARET BRUNKHOOST T. V. BURDETTE VVINIFREDE BURKE LORINE BURLINGHAM MARY E. CATHCART AGNES CHRISTENSEN ROY N. COLLINS HAZEL COLTON MRS. EVA CONRAD LELAND COREY EDITH COULSON BERT C. COURT HENRY CRAMER FRANCES DALEY CLARA C. DAVIS M. MAUD DAVIS MRS. ISABELLA DRY IVA L DUDEN GLADYS DYRLAND NONA EDGERTON CHARLES ELICK GERTRUDE EDDIE MEMBERSHIP MARIE ERICKSON JEANETTE M. FAUST MYRTLE FREDERICKSON JOSEPHINE FULLER BERTHA GARTZ PETER GEORGE LOIS GIBSON VVILLIAM GRAICHEN CARL GRUIS MAEEL HANAN ALFRED HANSEN KATIE HAYES RUTH E. HENDERSON VVESLEY HICRS ELLENORE F. HORD W. N. HALSTEAD BERTHA M. HUNTER VVAYNE HUNTLEY CFLIA JEPSEN LILLIAN M. JOHNSON INA ' IOLLIFFE CELIA L. KERRIGAN HELEN KERRIGAN HARM KRAMER MAY LALOC OLIVE E. LEVENS MRS. ELIZABETH LIBEY -ETHEL LICHTY CLARA MADSON ELISE IVICELHINNEY MARTHA NICILRATI-I EMMA MERTENS EARL A. MILLER NELLIE MURPHY MARGARET MURRAY KATHLEEN NESHEIM ADELINE O,CONNELL IRENE O,CONNELL VVALTER OLSEN ETHEL ORR GLENN C. OSTRANDER HAROLD S. PALMER CHARLES E. PEDERSEN LILY PENNELL CHESTER H. PETERS MILDRED PETERS SIGURD R. PETERSEN MRS. ORIS PETRIE ,IOSEPHINE PHILLIPS VVINIFRED POLLOCK BERNICE POSEGATE MAMIE PACKARD PEARL M. RADER IVAN RAINBOW MRS. VERNA B. RALSTON GRACE REED HARRY E. REISS JOHN T. RIDER LARNA RIDOUT JOSEPH ROEDER ALICE ROLLA RALPH O. ROSS GARLAND SAMS SELMA SANDVEN ROXANA SCHAPER WILLIAM SCHLOTTER FLOSSIE SI-IOEMAKER IRNO SHULTZ HERMAN SIEMERS BESSIE M. SMITH HUGH STEELE EFFIE STEWART EDNA SCHOELERMAN GRETCHEN TAPERNON LENA THOMSEN C. M. TODD ELMA VACHA VVILLIAM J. WATERS IIAURA WHITAKER LORA D. VVHITE MERCEDES WHITE MRS. NELLIE C. WILLIAMS GERALD S. VVISE M. FEIICHITE VVOLLARD EDNA ZIMMERMAN GARNET SPARROWGROVE RALPH BLADON FRANCES CROSS I Page One Hundred Tfwenly nzne i Page One Hundred Thirty We call no uneducated cguack or charlatan to perform surgery upon the lvodies of our children lest they may he deformed, crippled, and maimed physically all their lives. Let us take equal care that ive int, ust the development of the mental faculties to skilled instructors of magnani- mous character that the mentalities of our children may not he mutilate ed, deformed and crippled to halt and limp through all the centuries of their never-ending lives. The deformed l9ody will die, and he forever put out of sight under the ground, lout a mind made monstrous by had teaching dies not, but stalks forever among the ages, an immortal mockery of the divine imagef, o i I 5 2 Gorge of Yellow River at Ion, Allamakee County, Iowa,-CALVIN. Page Om' Hundred Thirty-lfwo ' 'l'l'W'l'I'l'W'I'l'l'l'U W 'l'l'l'l'l' 'l'l'N'I'W'2 My lu Q A Www? ,TW Q1 wrf,..t.:. gLj3....,f.. U'!:7 !4M4WL xl? Q1 .1-Q MhMi.AW 'MMMnldulnhmalal:Ma nhhlaidohhlnhlnMHln'Q QXQ ff ll my IIIIIIM Qiglfp Ill. ll 'X 'WWW' n 15 WWW, glgiagmfaunmm AFM gf? 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V' A' , 'Q'-.1,E,f-if Yrs" ' .vp I Ii Y ' 1 I V 5 ' , ' ' - 515 5' ' E :, -N . . k I -+giEE5L ,j -QA 1 X . 1 - E ' ' , I , -:wb A H ' ' -, -1- ' V' Q I . pw , f fu ' A ' gf , AA E ' A L- '--9' ' ' ', ' "' LA-J 'A" l ' D .' . ' ' It ' . ' I -Y + 544- - ' A - :arf X 4 inf, ' au lllillill llnlllivlliillllllIv' 'IllUIIIIUIIIUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU ig 'gi ,I llliliilli lllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllll' 'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilliililll say- A-.l I 'pull-Egg, ull..-----..,l .1 1Il Iiffl ln.-"Q---ul Eau!!---gl ll- f-EZ , r A e Q4 . y M-H A 5-1 5 f - 5 5: , I 1 ' " Qi-li -gp... eq 6 17 , Ill Ir llll llllllllllilmlllll lIln.....mIll Illlimlilllilllllimlu ll' Q55 ip ,-:l p-J!-,F , t B ,v JJ' I , 1 - - 4 leg- .' f , :L X X: ' 4 , 1 .M f! av W1 A , xxx :Q N A A I 1 J: I, ...V ' ' 'VKX' W Y V W ' V ' ""' ' ' 'x - 1 ' ' ' ,lar A ' . X' xxx 1' ' ' If I f' f p x L., Y V! K Nipjlgml A, 4, A 1 I -M . .5 h I sl , , - sf- Il X-X l?-Qsjlb y H X x x i f' kbp ,-,..,-.,... .,..-, 1 , vi, . A 'f i fc 1 ' rc- 1+ -'f 'ff----f------'Af'-,rf.:-Y tri. ----"eg-v--'W e 4- - ev -'11 X -- i , ' 1, ,:::.:.11:.L1.f-1" -1----U -V----in A z'lz!efz'cs- Their C077fVZ.6ZlfZ.077 DR. F. N. MEAD Training in physical development is receiving careful consideration at the Iowa State Teachers College. Clean athletics makes for the individual an excellent physical and mental development and the competition in college sports especially Hts him for the strenuous competition in the business World. There is a fiercer game to be played after graduation. Confidence in one's self encourages aggressiveness and virility, and athletic training develops these qualities. Mexutal and muscular co- ordination are closely associated in all forms of athletics with a result- ing higher mentality, better personal appearance, and greater resource- fulness. Iowa has a Wealth of physical training added to her public schools each year by the teachers trained at this institution. Page One I-Iundred Thirty-z'l1ree ,W 7 Q5p'15"5s'?"T!,L , 7 V f -V-ff-. if 7- Wf- The Football Squad Coach Bender. llfatters, Anderson. Forsyth, Jones, Reeder, R5-ken, Miller, Coach Mendenhall. Coach Rath, Rider, Perry, Fottral, Scott, James, Dickinson, Hansen. Ransom, Moore, Holder, Garramoni, Posegate, VVhitford, A. Bailey, M. Harshbarger, W, Hicks, D. Harshbarger. Teachers . Teachers . Teachers . Teachers . Teachers . Teachers . Teachers . COACH MENDENHALL Page One Hundred Thirty-four THE SEASON IN SCORES 7 Coe College . . 13 66 Still College . O 18 Buena Vista . O 56 Ellsworth . 0 0 Upper Iowa . 0 19 Parsons . 7 14 Penn . 6 COACH MENDENHALL Coach L. L. llflendenhall came to Teachers College from Carleton College, Northheld, lllinnesota, where he coached during the season of 1920-21. He served with the Naval Avia- tion for twelve and a half months, after which time he had very successful seasons with the Boone High School for two years, 1919-20. He made his letters at both Drake University and Iowa University. Although he has been with Teachers College but a short time, he has shown his executive ability, athletic strategy, and square-fighting personality. He has given his heart and soul to his work and the college will boost' Coach "N1endy". 1 ASSISTANT COACHES AND TRAINERS "Af A 2 fl" 'A 772 "2 Jlfhfflmit 5123: ..-, - 1 if L if rf. .Jeff 1 1- .1 .st ,,,.,, l v A' X . l fs. it'-,'9rv,.,. fi .,,,,.,.vf-, 41,33 -1. f.:sif2J:'n1g- -' wr ff H hw 453' gg7gjrw,.z1f ' 1 5 ffalegi- Wye f. 963 . ,,f f M4151 .nc , 3? if ys' . rf " ff 1 if , -. G53 f f W ' 4' ,E ilu an , f ft f ta Wt I J BENDER - RATH This year athletics at Teachers College has seen a remarkable growth, and altho the standard of achievement has not reached the high point that it should, it is well on its way. Athletics are and will continue to be a powerful factor in the life of the college. Coach Paul Bender came to Teachers College last Fall after a successful year as coach at the Shenandoah High School. He was graduated from the University of Iowa in '18 and received his letter in gymnastics. He spent 15 months as an interpreter and translator in the Intelligence section of the Army of Occupation. He was assistant coach in football, developed a fine wrestling squad, and had full charge of the track work, as well as regular gymnastic class work. His work is of the highest caliber. H. E. Rath, an old Ames football man, gave some valuable assistance in football, and in basketball class work. Along with his professorship in the Natural Science department, he aided very materially in making better athletes at T C. Prof. I. H. Hart, an old Iowa football man of the famous 1900 team, gave his time and assistance in making a winning football team. Several faculty men have given athletics a big boost this year in various ways, and the Athletic Board is certainly a live-wire organization. Henry "Hank" Harmon, T. C.'s famous trainer, was on the job stronger than ever with his spirit of helpfulness, good advice, and loyalty to all that is for the betterment of athletics at Teachers College. 1 I ' gg. 'JSM w tp ,ag it L -- ,P fair. 533' l ' T llfilu ' v t -.,:. - ..-ig ft- xi, f Q , 2 , r t Jf gl .N , ..,.,. 1, I-In I-IART 'fI'IANK" I-IARMON 12' ',1'fi." ' ..."..."' WYZZT fill 1 --f ,D , ,f H.. V, ,LI ,. ,. I, .CL ...N ,N F ,L , ,aw Hawkeye Conference Seleetzons FIRST ELEVEN Player School Position BLAKE Columbia End WHITFORD Teachers End GALVIN Columbia Tackle OBERBRECKLING Columbia Tackle CASHIN Columbia Guard GARRAMONI Teachers Guard TQARGES Buena Vista Center LONG Columbia Quarter-back WILEY Columbia Half-back D. HARSHEAROER Teachers Half-back ORWOLL Luther Full-back ' SECOND ELEVEN DICKINSON 'Teachers End WALL Buena Vista End FORSYTH Teachers 'Tackle HOLDER Teachers Tackle PQULSON Buena Vista Guard SCOTT Teachers Guard POSEGATE Teachers Center M. HARSHBARGER Teachers Quarter-back BAILEY Teachers H all-back B. RICE Buena Vista Half-baclc KOCH West Union Full-back Affzlefze Beam' CHARLES H. BAILEY, Presidenf ENIBTET J. CABLE DR. FRANK N. MEAD L. I. REED JOHN VV. CHARLES LAWRENCE WHITEORD AERAM JAMES MILO HARSHBARGER DON HARSHRAROER MARTIN BRANDES CARL HOLDER PARM1 GARRABTONI Page One Hundred Thirty-six FOOTBALL LETTER-M EN VVESLEY HICKS RUSSELL DICKINSON ALLEN BAILEY CLARE FORSYTH CLYDE TWLOORE JAMES FOTTRAL VVATTERS SCOTT RALPH HICKS l or 'f" L A-E rms" I 1 . L, .,.. ,L ,,,,f.. ...Af , ,Q .QA -. ,L . .W K- .24 J I. ,. 7. gf AA...-- -f-- - -Aff ' fffeee- fi ..w'oEfrs'eral. 7 .af 5:7 Ywlfga. -. L:Zw,,f:.:-,AY ,,,,, VVHITFORD M. HARs1-IBARGER "JIMMY" JAMES End Quarter-back Half-back THE SEASON About the 10th of September Coach Mendenhall issued the first call for football practice. Over seventy gridiron warriors responded the first week. Seven letter men were missing from the last year's fighting eleven among whom was Harold Christianson, better known as "Christy", Captain-elect. Nevertheless material was not wanting for Abram james, Don Harshbarger, Milo Harshbarger, Lawrence Whitford, Russell Dickinson, Carl Holder, and Martin Brandes were all back, as well as the new men, Ralph Hicks, VVesley Hicks, Parmi Garramoni, William VVatters, Bernice Posegate, Clyde Moore, and John Rider. Coach Mendenhall and his assistants set out to make a team the caliber of which has not been seen at Teachers for many years. On the 24-th of September was to be the hardest game of the season, with Coe College at Cedar Rapids. At the end of the first week, four teams were practicing consistently every night. However, but few men were sure of a place on the Varsity eleven. Coe had eight old men back and was known to have a very strong team. Many T. C. boosters accompanied the team. Altho they were somewhat outplayed during the first half when they allowed Coe to put over two touchdowns and a goal, during the third, and especially the fourth quarter T. C. completely outclassed Coe. Rider, left end, received a pass for a 40-yd. run, made a touchdown. With the stellar work of R. Hicks, Whitford, and Posegate, Coe's goal was in danger during the entire last quarter. The Hnal score 13 to 7 does not signify the exact ability of Teachers, as with a very few minutes more play the score would have been at least equalled. .fl ating Captain D. HARSHBARGER R. HYCKS Half-back Half-back rv l "9" ' " 1 T "A" 'ff' 'i'737fE2?3iff1r"v'ff-,HQTT Y, A, T'ii-QQl 'T'i"'TfflffQQ 1 l "' . ' ... W 'wig ' 7 'LQ' ,," -fje ,lie "-".Lt':.T:',g.,::gT': ifLi'l..W1lZZI5S-i" -.,,,, , .,...,. ,,.T........ -l 1 -W . . ---- xqffaazz- ,f-fa-ff. 1 ' .' i ----K--7-V-I-4 li-13 lf 'W --f--y - W ' 'i1,:f5's,X -..f- f, in K , , , 1- 'er' Lac, -f-- ra-:--, M-. ,,,,, ,L . . . W, L h H gr -YV Y Z MOORE R. DrcKrNsoN End End On September 30th Still College of Des Moines was the first opposition on the home lield. The first half was ended with a score of 13 to 0, but during the second half eight touchdowns were made with live goal-kicks. The Osteopaths were at a loss against the powerful passing machine of T. C. The team then journeyed to Storm Lake to meet the strong Buena Vista squad on Oct. 7th. The game was hard fought, and not until after persistent plunging and consistent use of the aerial route did A. Bailey, C. Holder, and A. James make the three counters for Teachers. A. Bailey made his counter thru a line plunge, C. Holder by blocking a punt, and A. james by a clean pass from "Mun" VVhitford. The score was decisive but a real battle. Having the spirit of a near-victory from the Coe game, and the optimism of two consecutive victories in the last two games, T. C. started the second home game on the 21st with an attack that would have made any Conference team envious. Ellsworth defended the south goal during the First half. It was not long after VVhitford had kicked to Iowa Fall's 25-yd. line for the opening of the game, that two spectacular runs were made for T. C. "Jimmy" James went around right end 42-yds. for a touchdown. The goal was successfully kicked and within a very few minutes of play, D. Harshbarger went 55-yds. thru right tackle for another touchdown. R. Hicks, VVhitford, Posegate, Garramoni, and Grandes opened wide holes and offered perfect interference for the runners. Much loss was incurred to the team when Ralph Hicks broke his ankle during the second quarter of this game. The Final score was 56 to 0. W. Hicks A. BAILEY Full-bark Quarter-bark Page 0710 Hundred Thirty-eighi FORSYTH FOTTRAL GARRAMONI Guard I-Ialfbarle Guard Despite the disagreeable weather conditions a large crowd of real football fans consisting of students and alumni attended the Homecoming Game between Upper Iowa University and T. C. on Oct. 28th. A. james returned punts netting T. C. 96 yds. D. Harshbarger gained ground consistently, and W. Hicks and YVhitford put up a mighty defense. Many passes were tried but were incompleted, and the team seemed to lack the necessary punch to put over a victory. U. I. U. was on the defense a majority of the time, often kicking on first down. In fact it was a punting contest ending in a rather disappointing 0-0 tie. On Nov. 4th Teachers played Parsons before one of the most enthusiastic crowds of the season. It was a battle from the beginning until the hnal whistle. T. C. scored its first touchdown in the first quarter when Hjimmyu james played wide for a pass from VVhitford just over the goal line, and in the second quarter this famous combination repeated the same for another score. The final points for T. C. were made in the fourth quarter when Scott, T. C.'s left guard, broke thru the Parsons' line and beautifully blocked a punt on their 3-yd. line. D. Harshbarger carried the ball over. Parsons' points came in the second quarter. T. C. fumbled a punt and Lambert, Parsons' left end, recovered the ball, carrying it across from Teachers' 13-yd. line. Allen Bailey, D. Harshbarger, and 'ljimmyl' James showed up in the backfield work most con- sistently, while Forsyth, Garramoni, Brandes, and VVhitford deserve a great amount of credit for their line work on both defense and offense. C. HOLDER M. BRANDES Tackle Guard Pagf Om' ,Hrlllllllfffl Thirfy mm , Q ..' ' :..."A. ' f . ,41'2i,..-'-Q,i'-ffilx ,, .-1. A- ,.. ,N ,, .. ,C if1i53...-L, , , ,-...s .-,...-.. ,Y -,..,,::, ,,,W,,1, -'--e-feffvef -1-' -F-- - - 'af ve -1 1- -f .J l'TlTi""""'-"fI71""37I'T "-1' f-'rigzjg---fire . 1 4 C, , , ...--1.x .D,, ,.,. -..,.... ., T l L .fa-- ....-...w....-...,.,.-,, Y 4 l I 1 l l I I I l T? THE SQUAD LINE-UP Teachers College gridiron squad ended one of the most successful seasons during the history 1 of the school, on Armistice Day by defeating the fast Penn College team at Oskaloosa. The . game was played on a snowy field. The first half ended with no scores for either team. The l Quakers got the lead in the third quarter by a short pass, but failed to .kick goal. T. C. then started a passing game, twice advancing the ball within Penn's two-yd. line, but failed to make their downs. The Oskaloosa grids took the ball, and punted out of danger. The last quarter Teachers were on Penn's 20-yd. line when A. Bailey passed to Vilhitford over the goal line for a touchdown. VVhitford kicked goal, putting T. C. with a one point lead. Penn came back i with fighting determination, but Coach Mendenhall's squad continued to advance the pigskin beyond Penn's 25-yd. line from which place C. Ransom ran 18-yds. for a touchdown. Fottral 2 kicked goal. 'When the final whistle sounded T. C. had the ball on Penn's one-foot line ready I to put it across once more. The Penn game marked the close of the football season for 1921, and left T. C. undefeated I by a Hawkeye Conference team, and only one defeat during the season. Columbia claims the , Conference championship but did not compete in a representative number of games to overclaim Teachers, even tho they did defeat Upper Iowa, who held Teachers to a scoreless tie. There J is not a college in the Conference this year that can claim the championship, altho T. C. has a big claim with its splendid record. The Des Moines Register placed three Teachers men on 1 their Hawkeye conference first team and seven men on the second eleven. A. Bailey, James, and Whitford were given honorable mention on the State team. Ralph Hicks of Sheldon was elected captain for 1922, and T. C. can expect a team of which any school may be justly proud, as they f have been this year. li 4 - V l Scorr POSEGATE , Guard Center 1 Q i Page One Hundred Forty ul l js i i it Qsliiiiiiiffieffg r r .zmgiiifi F Page Om' Hundred Forty-one , , A I ' "WA 'sw' M-'--' -f-+-'-'-A-7 ,ir-G, 'M ,ve ' , I N 1- " 11. :'1 11 ,UN I. 1 Tr. I ,,, n ww , '51, H M -I. U ww 7 W, 1 'pl' N Fi , ,V.,.. ,I I ix . A JAMES' END RUN IN ELLSWORTH GAME QM M Z2 1 W I TAF LI M E if A My L N' , i ,gi I Rf Qs., 3, TH I fl' w,,: ' M J I , K ,J W., w Y IW: lf ' ll BIRCH AND REID WORKING PARSONS' GAME r 4. ms ,fn 1' at W ,,,N. wg A HM. V Wx' ,-wh, Niki, NQI " 'wg , A .-. - .IRA ,I A ,541 New M ww Ni-1 ' nw ,. iff ,y ' 1 1 I T. CYS LINE BREAKING THRU w V ' Page Om' Plunrirrd Forty-ifwo Basketball SEASON SCORES 1922 Jan. 16 I. S. T. C. 13 Luther 17 Jan. 21 I. S. T. C. 2-I . Luther 18 jan. 27 I. S. T. C. 28 Simpson 24 jan. 28 I. S. T. C. Sl Still 14 Feb. 3 I. S. T. C. 25 Penn 8 Feb. 7 I. S. T. C. 26 Buena Vista 17 Feb. lO I. S. T. C. lS Upper Iowa 24 Feb. 20 I. S. T. C. 23 Simpson 18 Feb. 22 I. S. T. C. 20 Penn 16 Mar. 4 I. S. T. C. 26 Still Zl IVIar. 6 I. S. T. C. 20 Upper Iowa 16 PERSONNEL COACH MENDENHALL Varsity Letter-fldfen Substitutes DON HARSHEARGER, Captain Forward , RUSSELL DICKINSON . .. Guard IXENNETH STARRUCR . . Forward H. HARSHRARGER . Forward LESTER REINWALD . .. Guard - IRA PERRY . . . . . Guard JOHN BANTON . I . Forward , . MERRILL BAILEY . . Center JOHN RIDER ..., . Guard A JAMES F OTTRAL . . . Forward Stax-buck, Banton. M. Bailev, Rider. Reinwald. M. HnI'sl1luII'geI', R. Dickinson, Perrv Fottral D I'Iill'SI1IJfll'U'E1' .v .v - ns- . Page One Hundred Forty -three 4 MY.. s-X THE 1921 SEASON 1, ::.:!6iw,f.,,,s 1 4 2 312 Jai. air' af ff? 1 . W D. LIARSHBARGER R. DICKINSON Forfward- Captain Center Although the team could not organize itself in the initial college game with Luther at Decorah on January 16th, being defeated by a 4 point margin, it'closed the season with only two defeats out of eleven hard games, and a sound claim to the Hawkeye Conference Championship. However, the percentages were so entangled by some teams not having played sufficient conference games, an ofhcial standard was not made. Nevertheless, the season was a decided success. For the first four games Coach Mendenhall had plenty of material to pick from in Russell Dickinson, Clyde lVIoore, Lester Hoon, Milo Harshbarger, Don Harshbarger, Ira Perry, John Rider, Lester Reinwald, Merrill Bailey, John Banton, Kenneth Star- buck, James Fottral. But after these games Hoon and Moore were both found to be ineligible, thereby the team suffered the loss of two stellar men. Captain Don Harsh- barger and Dickinson were both fairly certain of a position all season, while the other positions experienced many changes even up to the last game with Upper Iowa Uni- versity. The close-scored defeat that T. C. received the first game with Luther made the team more determined to turn the table on the Decorah cagers on the home floor. Although the Hrst half ended 14 to 8 in favor of Luther, the second half opened with T. C. taking the offensive. Moore and M. Harshbarger executed some first-class shots, which gave Teachers the lead until the final pistol shot. The score was 24 to 18 for T. C. Page One Hundred Forty-four 1 4 u- .,,. H lf. W T H ly g , 1, 1 . it 1 W Q .gi M. HARSHBARGER I. PERRY Forfward Guard The first week-end trip made two victories for the Tutors. Cn January 27th Simpson College and T. C. fought one of the hardest and closest contests of the season at Indianola. It was a seesaw for the lead from start to finish. The first half ended 11 to 10 for T. C. In the last half there were three more minutes to play with Simpson one point in the lead, when Fottral, Dickinson, and Don Harshbarger each made a field throw ending the game 28 to 23 for T. C. Hoon again performed some close guarding. From Indianola the team journeyed to Des Moines Where they de- feated the Still College Qsteopaths 31 to 14. The first half ended with a lead for the Old Gold and Purple of 12 to 8. D. Harshbarger, playing center this game, made '10 out of 11 free throws, and Dickinson substituting a guard position made three field baskets. On the 3rd of February the team displayed a high-class brand of caging against the Quakers from Penn College. With a seemingly impregnable five-man defense Teach- ers maintained the lead throughout the game. The first half ended with the decisive score of 19 to 7 and in the second half added three baskets to only a free throw by Penn. The final score was 25 to 8. On February 7th T. C. defeated the Buena Vista College, making five consecutive victories. At the end of the midway mark the Tutors were leading by the small mar- gin of 10 to 9. The ability of Don Harshbarger in finding the loop 10 out of 13 free throws gave him high score and added greatly to the final outcome. Dickinson, Banton, and Perry at guard were the other outstanding players of the game. The final score was 26 to 17. Page One Hundred Forty -'ue ...A WY. ,.,, v..,,..,.,.?.?..Y.----A bg Y , Vi., ,DW . f Y. A I , , 1 51,54YY-',jjgl':i1il'L.f..l- .1- FOTTRAL M. BAILEY. F orfward Guard Having its run of victories broken up at the hands of the strong Upper Iowa team, T. C. was defeated at Fayette on the 10th of February in a very hard fought game. Perry was shifted from a guard to center and Dickinson to a forward position. D. Harshbarger was the scorer for T. C., while Kuney made six baskets for U. I. U. The final score was 24 to 18 for Dorn1an's team. Teachers repeated a victory over Simpson College on February 20th. The second half left Simpson at the big end of a 12 to 10 score. Nevertheless, with the remark- able floorwork of Fottral, and the accurate shooting of Dickinson and D. Harshbarger, spurted up for a final score of 23 to 18 in their favor. The closest game of the season was played at Oskaloosa against Penn College. When the final time was called the score was 16 to 16. The over-time performances of Fottral and Starbuck were of stellar caliber and pleasing to watch. The final score was 20 to 16 for T. C. ' The Teachers concluded their season with two more victories. The Still game on the 4th of March was a rather close contest. 1VI. Harshbarger and Dickinson demon- strated superior work. The final score was 26 to 21. On Ma1'ch 6th T. C. with "the spirit of revenge is sweet" put forth its foremost claim to the Hawkeye Conference title were such a thing probable. Starbuck and Dickinson were the chief point-getters, the score was 20 to 16. Even though only six men received monograms, the work of the other four added very materially to the success of the season, and they should be very strong contenders for the Varsity positions next year. James Fottral was elected next year's captain. Page One Hundred Forty-six Bayeball U "Hank", Fye, Straudskov, VVhitford, Vvynegar, Cutler. Franklin, Coach James. Christofferson. Bohning, Owen, Henry, De Neui, Ondler, Holladay. NV. Dickinson, Baumgartner, Eernisse, Porter, MeKinstry, Traclisel, Hermann. SEASON IN SCORES May 24 Teachers 6 Ellsworth 0 May 5 Teachers 18 Ellsworth 13 April 22 Teachers 2 llnlnlque. U. 5 May 10 Teachers 1 Dubuque U. 0 April 28 Teachers 16 VVartourg 16 May 13 Teachers 2 Upper Iowa 10 May 2 Teachers 0 Upper Iowa 5 PERSONNEL DrcK1NsoN . . Fielder BOHNING . Utility Inhelder VVHITFORD . . . Pitcher OWEN . . . Right Field WYNEGAR . . First Base HENRY . . . Catcher CUTLER . . . . Pitcher ONDLER . Utility Iniielder FRANKLIN . . Center Fielder HOLLADAY . Utility Fielder Cnmsrorrenson . . Inlielder PORTER . . . Third Base EERNISSE . . . Pitcher MCKINSTRY . Second Base BAUMGARTNER . . Short Stop Tkacnsei i...... Left Field HERMANN .... . Left Field STRANDSKOV . . Catcher COACH JAMES Coach Abram James was given the op- portunity of coaching baseball along with his college work. Starting the season with a rather inexperienced group, he trained his men into a team, which although de- feated three times, always put up a high class style of baseball. "Jimmy" played baseball during the season of 1917, and in 1918 until the time he entered the Service. He also played four years of basketball and football, mak- ing a record not surpassed by many T. C. athletes. He is out for baseball again this Spring. "J Coach immy" James Bmeba!! Season 1921 e The Teachers College season showed four victoriesto three defeats. Able response was given to Coach blames' call early in the season. The first game was with Du- buque University at Dubuque. On account of the muddy diamond, it was agreed to play but seven innings. "lVIun" Whitford proved that he is a pitcher of no little ability, allowing Dubuque only three hits while T. C. made four. However, the wet Held and inaccuracy in placing the ball proved too much and Dubuque won by a final score of 5 to 2. The second game was somewhat of a walk-away for the Old Gold and Purple. Franklin's two three-baggers and De Neui's home-run aided in scoring the sixteen runs. The second team was put in during the later part of the game. The final score was 16 to 1, with Ellsworth taking the little end. Again Whitford pitched good ball but lost to Upper Iowa 5 to 0. "Red" Learn held T. C. to two hits, which were made by Henry and Gwen. It was the same old story with the infield looking like a million in practice and blowing up in the game. On May Sth T. C. defeated Ellsworth 18 to 13, Eernisse letting in eight runs the eighth inning after holding them scoreless until that time. The Dubuque game was forfeited to Teachers when they had a lead of S to -l after a dispute instigated by a Dubuque player. Final score 1 to 0. Coach Dorman's Upper Iowa team once more proved too much for the Tutors, winning by a score of 10 to 2. Owen and Whitford were the only hitters. The sea- son was closed with a victory over Ellsworth to the tune of 6 to O. Whitford pitched a remarkable no-run and no-hit game. Six games were played in the summer all of which were won. 'r ff.. , , D, ...P J . 2 Av. :W :Ex lf 1 1.-,,, If ' 593.2 ., If' 1 1 ig? '31 E1 ,Q y Home RUN DE NEUI CAPTAIN-ELECT STRANSKOV Page One Hundred Forty-eight ' Track 1921 TRACK SQUAD i Coach Doseff, Curtis, Perry, NV. Dickinson, Hostrup, Methfessel, Harmon. Jensen, Brown, Porter, Faris. Because of the fact that the team did not make a superior showing in scores at either the Drake Relays or against Dubuque U. was no sign that they did not have high- class ability, as competition was extremely keen. Already the track squad under Coach Bender's supervision started training for sev- eral splendid events. With such men as Captain Perry, Van Den Erink, Elson, Garramoni, and Jensen working hard, the season should be a rare success. RECORDS OF THE COLLEGE Event illalfer 100-ycl. dash F. Hamilton 220-yd. dash F. Hamilton 440-yd. clash F. Hamilton Half mile D. Campbell Mile YV. C. Schluter . Currel Two mile L 120 high hurdles T. Jones 220 low hurclles Running high jump Running broad jump Pole vault 16-lb. shot Hamilton P. Eiigelnmn M. Begenian Robert Fearing John Barnes Discus John Fry Hammer C. Merner Dafa 1906 1906 1900 1904 1912 1905 1905 1906 1906 191.2 1913 1910 1911 19013 10 seconds - " 2 f'.2YE.,.::': :'-Q 22 1'0 Sefollfls 50 2'5 Seconds 10 :21 min. 25:3 ggi A, M zz 1 7 Sewmls . 1 26 f ' V ."-wif N, . ..:,.,ms,4,,21f ,I ,. .,...... - :f', ., 15,-s.., 37 fr.. 4151 in, 114 ft - 116 fr., zz in.i CAPTMN-ELECT PERRY Page Ulm Ilznlifrfd Forty-nine ...M . 4:1 ll - 44-,H ' C. ' W- 2 ,495 1, 3 " ' H ' 3T'ff'H'S' 'file nl ,Ds .- 'Uv ' " -- ff-f '-"!fH'll. f"' T in 61 ff" fm 'T QW f , Wres,flz'ng lvluch interest was manifested in wrest- ling this year. llledals were awarded to the Winners in the Home Contest on March 4tb. lt is anticipated that so great an interest will be shown in this art that regular intercollegiate meets can be ar- ranged for next year. XVINNERS IN THE HOME MEET, M Contestants Winner Faris vs. Cooper Cooper Jensen vs. Winder Winder Cahail vs. Towne Towne Corey vs. Jones Jones Pendleton Vs. Barck Pendleton Fay vs. Holder Holder Bruere vs. Holder Bruere COACH BENDER ARCH 4, 1922 Time Weight 5:10 115 lbs 11:00 125 lbs 8:30 135 lbs 8:10 145 lbs 5:05 158 lbs 5:30 175 lbs 5:00 Over 175 lbs FOUR OF THE SEVEN WINNERS Vlfinder, Holder, Bruere, Jones. Page One Hundred Fifty ,,"'1 i':il1T1T.tTn.-e.'iTi'.i"i:4i'i:ii Z' ij M"- ilfir, 1 iriii.. ' ' ' '1',p51gijfg,',?E.MT'Liigf ll me 75 TOLQQCS lbzffr Ona Hundrfd Fifly-one ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVAL, 1921 I "The Dream Garden." At the Annual Spring Festival, May 13, 1921, a dance drama, "The Dream Gar- den", was presented in honor of the Queen of the lklay. In this dance-drama the Queen of the May, by a wave of her magic wand, causes the world to be told again the beautiful story of the awakening of Spring. The dream garden is at first bleak and bare for Jack Frost and his Imps still reign supreme. The Maiden and her com- panions, in search of Warmth, Life, Love, and Happiness do not find it. The Man, dwelling on the other side of the garden, finds also the garden as a cheerless place. But soon a wonderful change takes place. With the coming of the South Breezes and the Sunbeams, Warnith and Life are found. The Dew-carrier, Flowers, Bees, Butter- Hies, and a Splashing Fountain help to make the Dream Garden a most beautiful place in its new awakening. Bluebirds bring Love and Happiness. The Man and Riaiden visiting the garden again, rind the happiness for which they have been seeking. The promise of Spring-Life and Love-has come to the Dream Garden and all living things express their happiness. Page One Hundred Fifly-msn i , 1 ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES Athletics for the women of Iowa State Teachers College have reached a goal that renders inadequate the present equipment. A greater interest is shown each year and each year more students go beyond required work and enter into sports for sport's sake. In the Fall of the year tournaments in Tennis, Soccer, Football, and Hockey hold the attention of many. Winter brings a deep interest in Basket Ball and interclass games, but the affair receiving the most attention is the midwinter demonstration. In this 1000 girls take part, demonstrating for the public many Physical Training activ- ities. Among the interesting events in the Spring is a track meet for all students com- pleting their first year of Physical Training Work. The swimming meet and May Day Pageants are also events looked forward to by many. All through this year a lively interest has been shown in hiking. Cn October 19, 1921, the first hike was organized and 192 girls earned their first four mile credit. Daily four mile hikes and eight mile hikes on Saturdays to Janesville, Waterloo, or to various points along the river aggregated at the close of the first half year, 12,000 miles. 4' .. ' f 'uc l3 41:.',1'l'if, , -'gg,5gv'fi ,: ,,'-I 'few-,f":v:'i".:f:'i' .f V N.. '-4.55-"','5-' In ' . S 3 ' f ' ,L - "" ' ...Q use-1, , I - " V V ' if-?f"' Ly:ai2zxfeAs3Q52fwM:-gpsawa i - t- ff w'.:+.,'-.if ,- X -,yt --:fa-mfr ' at J' W. "': - 'f-' 'V W at-aw-,.4a1a4f.'4:re1,qa,-:: f f , ' f X N, - ' -A, , , .N .1-g.m'azf. gms..s..e::.1fawm:L4..::.m1.wm1auimwa -- . , I Page One Hundred Fifty ilzree ,xl 1 , t 1 w E N lt J CHARTER OF YYOIVIENVS LIFE SAVING CORPS The Second College Corps Organized in The State of Iowa ' l, f if OR 1 E o- zo gl C 0 ' ,M he mertran Qleh Qlrnna i ll ' l r , I ,- ,l Q ,ill li , Chartered by Congrcs january 5, I905 . lx V ll Uhr iflife Sewing Olnrpn 'Tire National Committee of tlre LW Sawing Corps, American Red Cross, reposzng fill conjidence in 'I xl l' tlre character, fdelityg and ability of tlre applicants, to perform and disseminate a knowledge of Lk Saving l work in all of its 'various plrases, does hereby grant to tlre individuals named in tlre succeeding paragraph if l 1 a clrarler for a Local LW Saving Corps. A 'Tlns organization will be known ag lil n . 33 l 0 , CT' q and is lverelry autlrorzzed to act as a LW Saving Corps, A X under suclr rules and regulations as are now m farce or may hereaper be promulgated by tlre Bureau I of First Aid. Q g i Glharter illlemhera ll l 9n0nlCaq9q,llo,PreJrdeNf qnCU'jUYiQ cO0kQ,IVe:hez7f ffulfeii l rDOI'l5 , lfY2'e'Pre.r1bQ'rrf EMIS S.SWYf9QYb, ffzfyfarlrlj ql0m Sfdbhilig 5 lg 93lancl7QJLJ-14nalz.sff.nmmf Qliabelitye ffilisber, fmfmfof 'Ruby Jtenbevson t Q ,Wmbew g6sthe1f91'4c91algf, fl-lalmG1Uast'. Qliaricmxlloa ' i QaIa0yS6Ba1'1ws1e, Z-Baath Eocka, Gionuca Orcctimgbtr ll A Issued at C 0?f7'll'l3 fflcfdqv of dmv. 1921-. 1, l W It 1 F umm Cmlul Cammillzf 522 Q5.A'.,Mfazv.fW.,y,, OZKQZ .muy ' .,n..f.,,..aa ..,. .....f911.r.rav w '- fl , Q73 E l I wnJL0Cu.La,usKmn7 Dmdmplmm-.YFVHAH ' Page One Hundrcd Fifty-four ,fr ir- Q:g'af.f?Tjjj'l' VV Y TLJ. L-, MMI- W1 l ' V I V 'N 1 V 'T xpllil-4-ikkljjxjgi- KA My-if-:iAQ 4 ,I.E.II I I il , I . .1 in ,, - I in II STATE SWIMMING MEET, IOVVA CITY, APRIL 22, 1921 , I , , ,H 1 l Winning Team Trophy won by JOHNK, STEBBINS, SWEIGARD GLADYS RUDSTON Swimming Team CCoach7 LOCKE, RUDSTON Individual point winner b IN T. cfs SWIMMING POOL ' ' , 'W-,aw-4f,:-.-1. . . - '-f-1-in'-.-vw-fps-iz. m..,f'.vf.Q.-1:- .. , " - 21 ir' : i'i-- I I- "" ' if I A -114' '- f '.'2f'-11.9, '. . ' .' - 'f 3,1 :g1":'1'f:-'13'V-k'!5:3"5iC'1'5'!4f41-, Resuscitation Breaking front strangle hold Carrying ' Pagz' One Ilumlrcd Fifty-ffue Y , -,.,, A "' ""' -::1?e.aQf:fi5' 1 ,ri-Qf.2.x,,, fe .. iw ' -:s':'-wbiseaves f- I , 5 ' i 1 3 1 1 Mt. Washington and the Pine Grove, "Back-bone," Delaware County, IOXVZI.-CALVIN. Page Om' Iizzndrcd Fifly-six 9 .1- ' r allllllll llllllll lllllllllillil lifllll lllll llllllllllllll' lllllll lllle 5 U fl'll"l'0F!!! Yl?1i!g!!?jj!'A'iW'Q' rfsw n 'Q111 lg w iw vw rm 2 5 L ii' 1 i Q E E? I :Qs w E57 il E A 5.2. :9:i:f:.!::'1:3-.'.: Ltsfztswal:!:J:!:J.'1'.L2:L:2:lafzl. .5 .pl ,A CTIVITIES . thnx ml' smiiiuw wifii willwffvf WWW!!! 3' P24iQ'l llllllfunwr-W' X, ,xx , N-- Ll, , , STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an organization in which the representatives Of each class may meet to consider the interests of the student body. Throughout the entire year we have tried to cooperate with the faculty and students in carrying out suggestions as to the progress and success of the school. In all social functions for which we have been responsible, we have tried to provide recreation for the minority as well as the majority. Homecoming plans were made and successfully carried Out. In carrying out this event we tried to keep the interests of the alumni in mind, providing as best we could for their gratihcation. VVith the same spirit Of cooperation and enthusiasm we carried out the lVIay-day plans. It has been our purpose to inspire and encourage the students who will represent the welfare of the college in the future and we hope to help them "carry on", making each year better than the last. OFFICERS PfCSldCllt1DALE WELSCH, Senior B. A. Vice-President-CARRIE WATSON, Senior B. A. Secretary-ROSE VVILCOX, Public School Mtlsic MEMBERS LAVANE SELLERS, Physical Training HERLUF STRANDSKOV, Junior B. A. ALTHA CURTIS, Sophomore B. A. llfIETTA TODD, Junior College MARGARET NIEMEYER, Commercial CHARLES ELICK, Sub-collegiate CARL HOLDER, Manual Arts LOUISE STROBINE, Primary EDNA CHALUS, Kindergarten MERLE CRANDALL, Art JENNY NELSON, Advanced Rural DORIS IVIILLER, Home Economics Page One Hundred Fifty sffufn 5315 H ' ,rut ..,,v, -. ,....x.i , .Y , . , Y- ,- 115.11 J! ,W WH Elf 'JM M , -sy ,lun Nr We fill my H ,il nl fl 1 l1 M fig .HW W. ml' 9 :fi W. i. 4 4 I ,xl Ili! V 1 rl, Sz 'r IW l U V 'x J I lw VJ ,Nil W HA' f 1 M 2 J J N N W lies 'W wg Mg he We wx nfl Uli- 1.K I1 , ici? ,P-:-Yu-:ag r' c-RK Q :ig "' 'S 1-W 77.7 in -Y W .l.x.'x' -f,,-. U L U Q A 3 T , 1 A3Eff3f5ii TQ? Page Om' Hundred Fifty-eight Li .v.-., ,.V,.,.- .fy-.-VY-,-F ,LT f.....,.V -. ....fw.l....,.......-,., . f 1-,-. ,-..A,-...,,-..-Q-.-,....v,.-,--,.,....g,K-,-. 9 W Page One Hundred Fifly-nine THE ART LEAGUE Stark, Shafer, Fluke, O'Bryan. Patt. Fluke, Mauthe, Short, Hendrickson. McKenna, Cole, Ely, Geurler, Crandall, Perry, Failor. Boland, Thornton, Dahl, Young, Waugh, Newton. The Art League was organized in 1898. Its aim is to study and do advanced work in art, which is not offered in the regular course. It is a student Organizatlon under the direction of the Art Teachers. Unusual enthusiasm and appreciation have been manifested by the members this year. President . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Miss THORNTON Miss PATT Miss O,BRYAN Miss WAUGH Miss COLE MERLE CRANDALL MILDRED MAUTHE ALPHA PERRY MARGARET GEUDER DOROTHY STARK SIBYLLA YOUNG CYNTHIA SHORT ESTHER BOLAND RUTH ELY HARRISON W. BUSBY ETTA FLUKE Page One Hundrcd Sixty OFFICERS MEMBERS MARGARET GEUDER MERLE CRANDALI, ELLA FLUKE MRS. R. L. CROUSE NEITA HANSON MARCIA NEWTON BERTHA DAHL LUCILE HENDRICKS ELIZABETH HART MR. MCKENNA CLARENCE FAILOR ARTHUR PERRY SADIE PETERS ETHEL PARTINGTON Miss ELDRED RUT1-I PATTERSON PAULINE THOMPSON ANNE LODWIGK T. C. EX-SERVICE MEN - Lantz, McAllister, Todd, Getty, Busby, Lucas, Harvey, Lammey Cleland, Schindler, Jacobs, Beaeom, XVelseh, Kaltenbach, McGee, Curtis Ruppelt, Rider, Forsythe, YVincler, Arey. Grist, Ziekiel "Some of T. C.'s Sons who offered their lives in the Great VVorld War for the vindication of the ideals of right which are the ideals of America and by whose example it is Our hope to be prompted in the observation of every principle of honor, of Service, and patriotic devotion." OFFICERS President . . . . . . A. KALTENBAGH Secretary-Treasurer . . E. VV. RUPPELT ROLL CALL CLIFTON AHRENS FRANK ALLEN JOHN AMES VVARREN AMES HANS ANDERSON ANDREW ANDERSON MERRIIIL BAILEY ALLEN BAILEY VVESLEY BEACOM H. VV. BUSBY LESTER BUSWELL RICHARD CHAPMAN IVER CHRISTOFFERSON HERBERT COOK W. KEITH COOK BERT COURT BIRSS CURTIS R. VV. CLELAND JOHN DE NEUI RUSSELL DICKINSON RICHARD DITTO ERNEST DRIVER YVILBUR ELSON ROBERT ERNST NATE FIELDS C. VV. FOBES EDWIN FORSYTH R. C. FULLERTON YVALTER FYE JOHANNES HANSEN DON HARSHBARGER MILO HARSHEARGER L. A. HART ALFRED HARVEY JOHN HELSLEY GEORGE PIICKS VVESLEY HICKS RALPH PIICKS CARL HOLDER LESTER HOON R. C. HOON VVILLIAM IBLIXGS V. S. JACOBS ARRAM JAMES FRANK JOHNSON 'WARREN JOHNSON HOVVARD JONES ADOLPH KALTENBACH DWIGHT KELLEH' FREDERICK LAMMEY RUSSELL LAMSON JOHN LUCAS ARNOLD LUCE EARL MILLER EINER MOOENSEN W. A. MCALLISTER N. VV. MCGEE PAUL MCKENNA ROY VV. MCLAIN HAROLD PALMER IRA PERRY CHESTER PETERS BERNICE POSEGATE EDGAR A. RALSTON JOHN RIDER VVALTER ROBERTS JOSEPH ROEDER RALPH ROSS E. P. SCI-IINDLER J. T. SPEER JAMES SVENDSEN VERNON STEFFEN RUSELL STEWART HERLUF STRANDSKOV LINCOLN SYKES VVILLIAM WATERS LAVVRENCE VVHITFORD DALE VVELSCH GEORGE VVILCOX K. C. WILL CLIFFORD VVIXDER Page Onf Ilundrfd Sixiy-one y l HONORARY EX-SERVICE MEN MR. ZECHIEL QWorld WVarj MR. GIST KG. A. R.j MR. HART CSpanish-Americanj MR. AREY CG. A. RJ MR. EELLS CSpauish-American I V HONOR ROLL CLIFFORD STEPHENS, Cumberland, Iowa. Infantry. Died in France, March 9, 1918. CARL VV. CHAPMAN, VVaterloo, Iowa. Aviation. Died in France, May 14, 1918. HENRY ARTHUR BOOTH, Washington, Iowa. Died at Camp Dodge, May 21, 1918. AXEL E. IUSTESEN, Ringsted, Iowa. Aviation. Died at Buffalo, NJY., Oct. 6, 1918. ERNEST F. S. HAXNSEN, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Navy.. Died at Great Lakes, Sept. 27, 1918. VVALTER D. KOESTER, Applington, Iowa. Infantry. Died at Ft. Riley, Kansas, Oct 18, 1918 DWIGHT STRAYER, VVaterloo, Iowa. Marine. Died in France, Nov. 24, 1918. EINER NTELSON, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Navy. Lost Life on Lake Ontario, Dec. 2, 1918. ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM November 11, 1921 I America .., ......... .............................................................. B y SCl1001 Devotional ,..,...... ........,,,.........,.............. G . ADOLPH KALTENBACH Valiant Sons ........ . ...................................................... V. Eville-Salter Men's Glee Club Poem ,,........... ............................................... I n Flanders Field ERNEST RUPPELT Home Road ..............,.......,.........,..........,...................,,....,.......... Carpenter Miss DOOLITTLE, MRS. SCHMIDT, MR. HAYs, MR. YVELLS A Tribute ro America ............... ,........................ H ANS H. ANDERSON Star Spangled Banner .......................................................... By School MAX NOAH at Pipe Organ L. A. HART, Song Leader THE MATHEMATICS CLUB Daugherty, Sieverding, Woodcock, Lund, Mott, Watson Nielson. VVeste1', Hovorka, Cummins, Hall , IVolfe, Lambert, Condit. Beatty Page One Ilundred Sixty-Zfwo ,.L..,L.. J.: 1 .L .41 A'-I 'Taj fi, r ---ff 4- we A- W f 'nw Wa.- L LLL. :LLM 71 A-7 Yinrk Y Y W, -I A Y ,T 1' ' T "TWT-"" T 'i"" , I, 'LQ 1- .QL ,,,,, ,TMA ,L ...,, -LAW YA... L i SQUARE AND COMPASS CLUB Trinidad, Mendenhall, Getchell, Hollingsworth, Goeteh, McCreery, Eaton, Jacobs, Kadesch, Todd Fuller, WulteI'S, Hayes, Cory, Bailey, Bender, Buswell, Cable, Conclit Donaldson. Begeman, Homan, Hovorka, Cook. Seerley, Eells, Fuller Lamson, Harmon. Way, Reed, Buffuni, Barnes, Wallace President . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer ROY L. ABBOTT JOHN BARNES M. M. BAILEY LOUIS BEGEM-AN P. F. BENDER B. BOARDMANM 'H. 'S. BUFFUM L. E. BUSWELL VE. J. CABLE J. VV. CHARLES I. S. CONDIT H. C. CooK C. S. CORY M. A. DONALDSON CLAUDE C. DICKEY G. D. EATON H. L. EELLS OFFICERS Fall . C. C. WAY . IRA S. CONDIT FRANK HovoRKA MEMBERSHIP I. J. ERNST A. C. FULLER F. E. FULLER JOHN GLENN T. R. GUNDRY H. HARMON WV. E. HAYES R. R. HOLLINGSWORTH T. B. HOMAN FRANK HOVORKA W. M. HOLSTEAD V. G. JACOBS ABRAMY' JAMES E. VV. GOETCH R. W. GETCHELL WV. H. IQADESH C. W. LANTZ Winter H. C. COOK FRANK JOHNSON FRANK HOVORKA -L. L. MENDENHALL F. L. MCCREARY R. O. LAMSON F. N. MEAD L. I. REED H. H. SEERLEY VV. SCOTT C. M. TODD V. TRINIDAD B. L. TROUP G. A. UNDERWOOD W. L. WALLACE G. VVV. WALLACE G. W. VVALTERS C. F. WAY K. C. VV ILL . JERRY XVALKER Founded on a real desire for further stuffy in Bflasonry, a need for a larger develop- ment of the social Side of the order and for the promotion of fraternal relationship among its members. Page One Hundred Sixty-three t 4, 1 - -F--f4ffH'v frsl1'ITTQLQIQ'-Lfff',fff I ' ' tt 41 THE ENGLISH CLUB Beacom, Strayer, Lynch, Wlleeler, Dawson, Jessen, Pribble, Campbell, Sorenson, Walton Philipps, MeGz1rvey, Faint, Beatty, Welsch, Hearst, Carpenter, Cordts Hanlon, Friis, Gaarder, Lynch, Lambert, Gist, Partington, Reese McCreery, Fluke, Fluke, Snider, lVatson, Fisher A R EVERIE The garden sleeps 'neath Pheobus' mellow beams: The languorous zephyrs from the shaded lane Bear faint perfumes and insects' hushed refrain. The sportive fountain throws its roseate streams And they alone yield not to vagrant dreams. In ceaseless play they seek the sun, then rain Refreshing spray on fainting flowers that deign To bend and seek new life from those bright gleams. With page unturned, I muse on other founts Where thirsting souls may drink, the crystal springs Of thoughts inspired that How from depths divine, With master minds my ardent spirit mounts And joys in sunlit life, my free soul flings Aside its bonds, and realms of truth are mine. Q -By a student member of the English Club Page One Hundred Sixty-four I.I 1. I I I,-I , I I J. 'I E I MT. I I 5 I I I I .Pl V I nf THE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS President. . . . . . . . FRANK HOVORKA Vice-President . . ...... RUTH SNIDER Program Committee . . PROF. DONALDSON, LEO FRIIS, JOHN LUCAS, CARRIE VVATSON FACULTY MEMBERS PROP. VV. L. VVALLACE PROF. M. R. THOMPSON PROE. C. H. MEYERHOLZ PROF. M. H. DONALDSON STUDENT 'MEMBERS ESTHER BREMER ANNA LARSON MARTHA STOLEUS W. E. ROBERTS N. W. MCGEE MARCELLA ALEXANDER P. GARRAMONI ERNEST RUPPELT FRANK JOHNSON KERMIT E. RICHARDS LEO FRIIS JOHN LUCAS ESTHER NATZKE WILMA RICHARD DOROTHY PALMER EDNA SCHOELERMAN HORACE TU VENANCIO TRINIDAD PROP. MAC H. DONALDSON Originator of Patagonian Society and En'dE1SQSftic. ARNOLD LUCE GEORGE MARVELIS IDA CARLSON MRS. DRY FRANK HOVORI-:A MARIE HARRISON CARRIE WATSON DEANE FRY DALE WELSCH LOUISE SATER RUTH SNIDER LENA HOAG LINNIE BUTTS LLOYD PHILIPPS CLYDE BROOKS RUSSELL LAMSON F. L. MCCREERY HERLUF STRANDSKOV HERBERT C. COOK Club Leader Page One Hundred Szxfy wr SIOUX CLUB Walker, Newkirk, Rae, Pratt, Stolte, Lewis Stewart, Reynolds, Larson, Walte1's, Edgerton Muns ou, Gatch, Wfedgewood Motto-Raski Rasuli Emblem-Bow and Arrow Flower-- R ed R use Colors-Red and White Spfing-GLADYS WEDGEWOOD BIG CHIEFS Fall-DAPHENE GATCH W inter-GLADYS VVEGEWOOD HONORARY MEMBERS DR. MERCHANT Miss MERCHANT MR. LowE MEMBERSHIP ESTHER RAE, Madison RUTH PRATT, Elkton GERTRUDE REYNOLDS, Dell Rapids DAPHENE GATCH, Flandreau GLADYS WEDGEWOOD, Trent RUTH LEWIS, Dallas VERA WATTERS, Elk Point, MARIAN VVALKER, Ft. Pierre Page One Hundred Sixfy-six ESTHER LARsoN, Pukwana HAZEL JOSLYN, Platt NONA EDGERTON, Lake Andes RACHEL NEWRIRK, Sioux Falls MARY STEWART, Yankton DoRoTHEA STOLTE, Pukwana BESSIE Muxsox, FLANDREAU 4 I T. C. CLUB D Hal'Shb3Tg81', Fottral, Brancles, M. Bailey, Scott, Garramoni, James, A. Bailey, Polter Holder, Henry, Morgausen, Dickinson, Harmon, De Neui, Strandskov, Fye President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer ALLEN BAILEY MARTIN BRANDES MERRILL BAILEY JOHN DE N EUI RUSSELL DICKINSON CLAIRE FORSYTH JAMES FOTTRAL WALTER FYE PARMIE GARRAMONI CARL HOLDER DoN HARSIIEARGER MILO HARSHEARGER OFFICERS MEMBERS RUSSELL DICKINSOVN . ALLEN BAILEY VVATTBRS Scorr MERRILL BAILEY PAUL HENRY RALPH Hicxs WESLEY HIcKs ABRAM JAMES EINER MORGANSEN IRA PERRY GEORGE PORTER WATTERS Sco'rT HERLUF STRANDSKOV CECIL WAY LAWRENCE WI-IITEORD Page One Ilundrnl Szxiy sefuen i ,. .NV .. U-.F V .Y W ,fix L., CL, ,,.,.,. ,. X. tl .WZ f P- v-- f-ee -Y --Y. ' ' Qrvi-2-H - .av -........Y ..v,.T L , f X ll l 'i'T.ifl'IIfl-L...""'fTgLT'.l2Vl ' .. ..-Y w,,3-' J il -fe- .--J - ,..r..L...,,..,,., .f ... .. . ...., -L PEP OFFICERS President ..... RUSSELL Lnmsox Secretary . . . FLORENCE BEGEMAN Treasurer ..... H. STRANDSKOV Yell Leaders . FLORENCE BEGEMAN, FLORENCE CARNAHAN, MERLE FRANCIS, DWIGHT JAMES THE PEP SONG T. C. VVILL SHINE Oh! VVho has the pep? Oh! VVho has the pep? Oh! VVho has the pep? The people say. Why, we have the pep, Yes, We have the pep, Teachers College, Iowa. Oh! VVho's going to win? Oh! VVho's going to win? Oh! VVho's going to win? The game to-day VVhy we're going to Win, Yes, we're going to win, Teachers College, Iowa. T. C. will shine tonight T. C. will shine T. C. will shine tonight all down the line T. C. will shine tonight, T. C. will shine, VVhen the sun goes down and the moon comes up, ' T. C. will shine. YIP, IADDY, I. S. T. C. Yip, Iaddy, I. S. T. C., Yip, I. S. T. C. VVe don't care what the reward will be, Or whether we give you our services free. Yip, Iaddy, 1. s. T. C. Yip, 1. s. T. C.! VVe're still on the hill And stay by you we will. Yip, I. S. T. C. 1 I Page One Hundred Sixty-eight LITERARY SOCIETIES I I E ll ,wr 1,11 SHAKESPEAREAN SOCIETY Motto: The End Crowns All Colors: HONORARY MEMBERS MIss RAIT MISS MARTIN Miss CHILDS MISS GREGG MISS LAMEERT MRS. REED MISS LUsE MRS. LYNCH OFFICERS Fall Hfznter President . . . LOUISE SLATER CHARLOTTE LAUTZENHEISER Vice-President . CHARLOTTE LAUTZENHEISER GLADYS RUDSTON Secretary . . . PAULINE WAITS PAULINE VVAITS Treasurer . .' DOROTHY SMALLINO DOROTHY SMALLING Critic........ Chairman of Executive Comm. . ETHEL ARSERS MARCELLA ALEXANDER HELEN BEHM MAURINE Boccs VERNA BYGEL ' BYRDIE CHALMA DoR1cE COEEIN JENNIE CHALMA VIOLA DONALDsON GLADYS DUBOIS HELEN FORD DOPHENE GATCH NEVA HALL RUBA HAZLETT EVELYN HOUCH LAURA KARSTEN ORPHA LEE KILMER VIOLA KNUDSON MERNA LA RUE MARY LEAVITT CHARLOTTE LAUTZENHEISER EDNA MARTIN GLADYS MILLER RUTH MILES ANNA MOWER JESSIE NICKERSON MARGUERITA NXEMEYER Page One Hundred Sefventy GLADYS RUDSTON DAPHENE GATCH MEMBERSHIP HELEN FORD DAPHENE GATLH IRENE NORLAND EMMA OLSEN RUTH PATTERSON MARTHA PETERS ELIZABETH REANEY RUTH REED RUTH RIEOEL HARRIET ROHN IRMA Ross HELENA RUDE GLADYS RUDSTON LOUISE SATER RUTH SHAFER FLORENCE SIEVERDING DOROTHY SMALLING LILLIAN SMITH MARY STEWART MARGARET STROTHER METTA T AUCR EVA VAN BLACK THELMA VINCENT VERA WALTERS PAULINE WAITs ALICE WYNGAR ELIZABETH VVARTTMAN MYRA WILLIAMS Re and Blank Colors-Red and Black President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter . Critic . ARCHER BROCKMAN BUSHGENS CLOUGH COLLINS Fox ERICKSON GUERNSEY HELSLEX' HOLDER HOSTRUP JOHNSON GORTON LIECHTI MCLAIN MOORE NAEOLTZ PHILIPS RUGCLES XXRISTO SOCIETY ' Motto-"Nou scholae sed vitae." f OFFICERS Fail . HERLUE STRANDSKOV . CARL HOLDEII . DAYTON VJINTER . WATTERS SCOTT . PAUL HENRY MEMBERSHIP Flower-Red Carnation SANDVEN SCHINDLER STRANDSKOV SCHLOTTER SARGENT 'IPHORPE VAN LOH VINCENT WAUGH COONES FRANCIS HENRH' NORMAN SYKES RAMSDELI, SCOTT RANSOM VVHITE EIGHM EY Wizzlcr PAUL HENRY JOHN IZIELSLEY MERLE FRANCIS GAYLORD ARCHER Pagz' One Hundrfd Smwnly one ,,,.,., ,,....-..M ,g gi-1 "E 1 -,I...., . ,- .ig ....m-. ...I I T' 'NLCL ,. Q-L...:i.IJ"T I " V :I-f-1-I.-'.. . f I Q,J,LJfILT I I, mm..- Y-.. -- .... i...--,. -,,,,-..,,,.. I xx V ,I I Is X -E, Y fI ,M , ., ,,, ,- -II 2:5"f-Q-f..f......4.............7.,..,......3,.:.1-721.-YL,,.....N. f::,1:::VV:-Q.:V,,i,1':VVf.IV-f.V1-,',. .I I ' I ., 0 I: - I . I , ,' I AJ., -K - -I--Y---f-' -VV -V ., 4. ,Lf J -,, ...I+ I.f I-, , .,,, QW-.. 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Colors: Pink and VVhite Flower: Pink Carnation OFFICERS Spring 1921 Fall 1921 IVi7ZfE7' 1921 22 President -. . RUBY STONE HELEN MCCREERY ALTHA CURTIS Secretary . . E. FRANCES CHASE LILLIAN STINE DOROTHY SNODGRASS Treasurer . . ELIZABETH HART DOROTHY SNODGRASS IRMA VVAGNER MEMBERSHIP CELESTE ARMSTRONG, Cedar Falls FLORENCE BALSLEY, Osage ESTHER BLEY, Cedar Falls MARIAM BOZARTH, Cedar Falls AGNEZ BRECHT, Garwin - VELMA BROWN, Cedar Falls E. FRANCES CHASE, Cedar Falls ANNA CORDTS, Boone GRACE COX, Montezuma DOROTHY CORNINC, Cedar Falls ALTHA CURTIS, Cedar Falls ADA DORRELL, Cedar Falls DOROTHY FEAR, VVebster City MARGARET FEE, Carroll ALBERTA FULLER, Cedar Falls GRACE GAARDER, Kensett HAZEL GASTON, VVaterloo DOROTHY HAEFA, Waterloo ELIZABETH HART, Cedar Falls MARY HART, Cedar Falls MARTHA HELSLEY, Cedar Falls MARGARET HOLT, Marshalltown BEATRICE JOHNK, Neosho Falls, Kans. BERTHA IANEWAY, Mitchellville WILMA KENNY, 'Waterloo WINIFRED KYLER, Cedar Falls GRACE LAMB, Spencer GLADYS LYNCH, Cedar Falls HELEN MCCREERY, Cedar Falls HELEN MCHUCH, Cedar Falls DORIS MILLER, Osage EDNA MORGAN, Montezuma BELVA MYTI-IALER, VVaterloo FERN MYTHALER, VVaterloo VIVIAN PARTINGTON, Cedar Falls ESTHER PASCHEN, Cedar Falls LAURA PAYNE, Cedar Falls VERA PECK, VVaterloo Page One I-Iunflrefl Sf'-wniy-six ALICE PETERSON, VVaterloo ESTHER RAE, Madison, S. D. MILDRED ROWE, Humboldt CELENNYS RUOG, Cedar Falls RUBY RUMMENS, Hardy LETHA SAUNDERS, Montezuma ALICE SEvERsON, Carpenter DOROTHY SNODGRASS, Charles City BERNICE SLIFSGARD, Cedar Falls LILLIAN STINE, Clarksville RUBY STONE, Humboldt HELEN SNELSON, Ainsworth Lois TURKINCTON, Columbus Jet. IRMA VVAGNER, Vvaterloo DOROTHY VVEATHERWAX, VV aterloo DOROTHY VVYTH, Cedar Falls HAZEL APT, E. Pleasant Plain VELMA BARNES, Armstrong ENID ANNAS, Ainsworth INEZ CHILDS, VVaterlOO EDYTHE FORSYTH, Cedar Falls CLARA GROSS, Montezuma ELIZABETH HOLLAND, Maxwell HELEN KUMEROW, Cedar Falls MAXINE LAIvIsON, VVaterloo ' ESTHER LARSON, Pukwana, S. D. DOROTHY MCFARLAND, Marshalltown DOROTHY MUELLER, Cedar Falls CLIO MASTAIN, VVaterloo BEssIE MUNSON, Flandreau, S. D. EDNA MAE RITTENI-IOUSE, VVaterloo GLADYS RHODENBAUGH, Northwood LILLIAN SIME, Ridgeway NORMA SLOSSON, Northwood IONE VAN HORN, Albion EVELYN VVALKER, VVaterlOo CARESSA WILD, Oskaloosa DORIS VVHITTLE, VVaterloo , 4:77. A "' W PI-I ILOMATH EAN SOCIETY On Society Day of last year, the members of the Philomathean Literary Society staged a pageant iII which they reviewed the progress of the Organization from its earliest beginnings to the present time. They presented a picture stretching Over a period of nearly half a century. They showed the ability Of the Philos in debate and oratory, their prowess OII the athletic field, and their prominence in scholastic affairs. They prophesied, with IIO mean foundation, the continuance of a record as brilliant in the future as it has been in the past. They demonstrated the spirit which has always permeated the Philomathean Society, a spirit of scholarship, leadership, and brother- hood. Vita Sine Literis MOI's Est Colors: Pink and White Flower: Pink Carnations OFFICERS Spring 1921 Sunzmfr 1921 Fall 1921 IVinfcr 1921 1922 President . . HERBERT PESCH EARL STOUT LEO J. FRIIS V. TRINIDAD Vice-President VENANCIO TRINIDAD JOHN GLENN FRANK HOVORKA ADOLPI-I K.ALTENBACH Secretary . . JOI-IN BENNETT V. TRINIDAD EARL LONDON ROBERT HOLIDAY MEMBERSHIP RICHARD ABEL, Waterloo FRANK ALLEN, Earlville D HANS ANDERSON, C. F. C enmarkj JOHN BENNETT, Waterloo RAY BOHAN, Shellrock VVORTH CONDER, Bedford HERBERT COOK, Pulaski KEITH COOK, Cedar Falls EDWARD CUMMINS, Cedar Falls ROBERT CUMMINS, Cedar Falls JOHN CUTLER, VVaterloO BIRss CURTIS, Cedar Falls CIIARLEs ELICK, Mt. Ayr. BENJ. ENTWISLE, Waterloo CLARENCE FAILOR, Grinnell IVAN FENN, Cedar Falls LEO FRIIS, Cedar Falls PARMIE GARRAMONI, 'Waterloo FRANK GETTY, Waterloo VINCENT HALL, Cedar Falls ROBERT I-IOLLIDAY, Rowan FRANK HOVORKA, Cedar Falls DWIGHT JAMES, Guttenberg ADOLPH KALTENBACH, Waterloo HARM KRAMER, Ackley VVILLIAM LAWRENCE, Cedar Falls CHARLES LEAVITT, Cedar Falls EARL LONDON, VVaterloo ' ARNOLD LUOE, Waterloo VVALTER MCALLISTER, Cedar Falls ARTHUR MCCARTNEY, VVaterloo FRANK MOCREARY, Mt. Ayr NACY MCGEE, Farley GEORGE MARVELIS, Waterloo IvAN NIAXON, Marble Rock VV. M. MILLER, Dougherty -LESTER NTINKEL, Dysart GLENN MOON, Cedar Falls MERRILL MUZZEY, VVaterloo MAX NOAH, VVaterloo GEORGE PASCHEN, Cedar Falls REX PENDLETON, Granite Falls, Minn PAUL POPEJOY, Cedar Falls HARRY E. REISS, Garrison KERMI1' RICHARDS, Lyle, Minn. EARNEST RUPPELT, Steamboat Rock VVALTER RUTHUR, Clarence GORDON SMITH, Clarence VENANCIO TRINIDAD, Manila, P. Is. HORACE TU, China THERON VVALKER, Cedar Falls DALE VVELSCH, Sigourney C. D. VVINDER, VVaterloo EARL VVOLFE, Cedar Falls IRVING VVOLFE, Cedar Falls Page Oni' Hundred Sewmiy sefven Page One Hundred Sefuenty-eight 1 j 1 gi"-"7' 21-Fir-ff-r 5 'SL 1 . .--, ,,,,?,,,,--,wQ AvA 'iwwm tw! gl --'ni -f A - ,x w M w L...-............--,,....Vv..--1-.. , ,-, , - I--Y---Y-----?f-ff! -V- p Page One Hundred Sefventy-nine ...---.QV-....,,.,.g,.-.2.,.f.'i2i:,ii1-fix-ill.: , . . , , . . ,, A ..,..-...,....:...k...f: , X ...f -,-..............,..,.:......m...,,... ..L...u,.,...,. .:-,. . 1 M . v , 9 1 11,---M .-.-W-,,.,.-,,1.4:-rf F. . --M - - -7 ..L.m..,.L:.4.'..4. ,'-:,: ST 'l XYTILQ Qfififi-TQ- 4 lv ,..,i,.,:w .ff -' 'rx f-Q fx, f ',--R li Lf .- - 2 -,.- ,,, , i, k,.J V-....-. .. ..,...v.-. ,- V- ---Y - -W T., 1 Page One Hundred Eighty A--U--K --1-------V-----W--X--D - 'A'- -" ' . . ,A ,Q lu ' i:L:?i:t'J2" 1 'fiirgttsg' T: ::'::'i:: :f-::t.:. , I 1 i'-7 'Til I 1 Q ,..-,.,g.41,Z..4., 4,4 ,M , 1 4, LW. 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 113 '21 1 111 11 11: 1 1 1 1,11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 F1 1 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 '111 .111 N111 1. '111 11' ' 1 ,fy 11 1 1 1- '11 '11 11 1 1. 1 1:-1 1', 111 1"" 121 1 11 N1 ,11 111 11' 1511 1111 .11L1 1.1 11 1 I'1'1 1111 1.1 E11 1 1 11 1,1 1.1 ,X1 1'1 '1. 111' 1 11' 1 , 11111 Vx ' . 1' 1 "1-f" 11 1 1 1 1-1 1 Page One Ilufzdrrd Eighty-one 4 Page One Hundred Eighiy-lfwo Page Onf Hundrfd Eighty-three D ALPHA-PHILO HONOR ROLL CELESTE AllMS'fllONG, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, Student Volunteer, Alpha Debate, Euterpean Glee Club. I'IANS ANDERSON, Denmark, Armistice Day Speech in Chapel. EMMA FRANCES CHASE, Mid-VVinter Play. IQEITI-1 COOK, College Eye Business Manager. ANN.-I D. CORDTS, Intercollegiate and Interstate Oratorical 1921 Zeta Kappa Psi, Debate 1921, Old Gold Editor. EDXVARD CUMMINS, Delta Sigma Rho, Debate 1921. DORO'l'I'lY CORNING, Pres. Y. XV. C. A., Cecilian Glee Club. BIRSS CURTIS, Delta Sigma Rho, Debate 1921, Rhodes Scholar- ship candidate 1921. IVAN FENN, Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team, Debate 1922. AI.'1'r1A CURTIS, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, Student Council, College Eye Inquiring Reporter. LEO I. FRIIS, Delta Sigma Rho, Debate 1921, 1922, Rhodes Scholarship candidate 1921. GLAIJYS LYNCH, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, College Eye Local Editor, Declamatory. FRANK l--IOVORKA, Bohemia, American Chemical Society, Pres. Social Science Club. FRANK GE'r'rx', Home Oratorical Contest. I'IEl.EN MCCREERY, Declamatory, Y. Gospel Team. ADOLPH liAl.'1'l2NBACl'I, Pres. Y. M. C. A., Y. Gospel Team, RUSSELL O. LAMSON, Delta Sigma Rho, OLD GOLD Business Manager, Commencement Play 1921. DOR0'I'I'lY MUDLLER, Alpha Debate. VVILLIAM LAVVRENCE, Y. Gospel Team EARL LONDON, Winner XV. C. T. U. Nat. Essay Contest, Debate 1922, Declamatory, Original Oration, Home Oratorical Contest. CARDSSA WILD, Student Volunteer. hVAl,'l'ER MCALLISTER, Y. Gospel Team. IVAN MAXSON, Debate 1922. RUBY STONE, Pastor's College Assistant, Alpha Debate, Student Volunteer. GLENN MOON, Debate 1922, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Y. Gospel Team. l-IERBERT Pescu, Delta Sigma Rho, Debate, 1921. BERNICE Sl.nfsoARo, President Sophomore B. A. IEARNEST Ruvrfmxr, Commander T. C. Vets, Mid-VVinter Play. VENANCIO TRINIDAD, Philippine Is., Vice-President Y. IVI. C. A. Y. Gospel Team, President Senior B. A., Mead Trophy in Original Oratory, Representative in Interstate Oratorical Contest I'I0llACE TU, China, President Social Science Club. DALE hvlZl..SCl'l, Debate 1922, President Student Council, President Forensic League, Mid-Wfinter Play. EARL VVOLIPE, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Y. Gospel Team. Pngz Ont Ilundlfd ligllly-fain' v l President CLIOSOPI-IIC SOCIETY Colors: Yellow and White Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer DOROTHY ADAMS CARRIE BAILY MARJORIE BALDWIN FLORENCE BEOEMAN RUTH BODENHAM MARTHA BRANDHGRST FLORENCE CARNAHAN MARY CARNAHAN MARGARET CARNAHAN THORA COLLYER JUDITH CHASE BLANCHE DUNN JOSEPHINE DUNN MARGARET FULLERTON ETTA GRAY HELEN GUTKNECH'l' LENORA HOLMS JANE IMLAY OFFICERS Fall ELIZABETH MASTAIN MARTHA JOHNSON ELLEN KILLEN DORIS VVHITE MEMBERSHIP Winlef' HELEN GUTNECHT FLORENCE CARNAHAN JOSEPHINE DUNN FLORENCE VALENTINE MARTHA JOHNSON ELLEN KILLEN ALICE KENT ORA LICTENBURG ELIZABETH MAETAIN THELMA MARTIN MILDRED MAUTHE VELMA PORTER DOROTIIY SCHMIDT CYNTHIA SHORT ETHEL SHORT IOSEPHINE SPEICHER FLORENCE X7ALI-ENTIN MILOREO VVEISBARD CARMEN WVOODWARD JUNE FEARER ALICE IQLIXGAMEN Pagf One Hundred Fzghly Page One Hundred Eighty-six Page Ozzv Hundred Eiglzty-.refuen NEOTROPHIAN SOCIETY I Motto: "Nulla lvestigia retrosumu Flower: Yellow ROSE Colors: OFFICERS Fall President . ESTHER LEECH Vice-President LEONA GORTON Secretary . BERNICE REYNOLDS Treasurer LA VANE SELLERS Critic . GLfXDYS VVEDGEWOOD Marsha-I JOSEPHINE MICHAEL HONORARY MEMBERS MISS SARA F. RICE MISS BEATRICE VVILBUR MR. AND MRS. FULLERTON DR. AND MRS. VVILER MR. AND MRS. FRAMPTON MR. VVELLS MISS MONICA VVILD MR. AND MRS. CABLE PLEDGED MEMBERS MARGARET FLILLERTON Corn and Blue W'inle'r LEQNA GORTON IONE FARBER EVELYN VVEISBACH DOROTHY MASTERS MARTHA VVEISEL LOIS SELLERS MISS ELIZABETH PLATNER MR. AND MRS. STONE MISS HfXRRIET"l' CASE MISS GILADYS HOOPER MR. ERXEST ZECHIEL MISS CLARA NOLTE MRS. HERBERT SAXNYER MRS. FRED SCHMIDT JEAN FRAMPTON MARY 'WILER EDITH ANGLUM ESTHER AFRICA ETHEL CUMMIRCS MERLE CRANDALL RUTH DAVIS GAIL DUNLAP IONE FARBER XVANDA GREEN SYBIL GARBER LEONA GORTON OLIVE JOHNSTON LETHA JONES ESTHER LEECH .lOSFPX-IINE MICHAEL RUTH MCENDREE IRENE MCGARVEY DOROTHY MASTERS EVELYN MUSBACH LURA NELSON Page One Hundwd Eighly-eight MEMBERSHIP BERTHA NIE.-XD HELEN HACKET MILDRED NADEN ESTHER NATZRE ALMA OLSEN MARIAN PALMER BERXICE REYNOLDS LA VANE SELLERS LOIS SELLERS ZELMA SILENCE ESTHER TROWBRIDOE IRENE THOMPSON GRACE XVILLIAMS MARTHA VVEISEL GTORCIA VVHITMER LEOTA VVAKEMAN FLORA WELLS CELADYS VVEDGEVVOOD ELLA VVILLIAMS VIOLET VVEAVER Pagz' One Hundred Eighty-nine Page One Hundred Ninety ZETALETH EAN SOCIETY Mottti: "We seek the truth" Colors: Rose and Gray l Flower: Pink Rose lVlasCot: Black Cat HONORARY MEMBERS MR. AND MRS. GIST MR. AND MRS. CONDIT MR. AND MRS. NEWTON MRS. REUBEN MCKITRICK MR. AND MRS. DAVIS MRS. VVALRER MISS F.-XLKLER Spring 1921 MARCIA NEWTON DORA BENTLEY, Cedar Falls THELMA TOY, Oskaloosa FRI-XY PARKIN, Charlton HELEN WATSON, Forest City NELLIE HAND, Newton MARIORIE PARROT, Yarmouth RUTH ITNYRE, Dubuque JEAN HUBER, Cedar Falls ESTHER SCHOENBECK, Dubuque EDNA EVANS, Shellsburg ANNETTA HANSEN, Holstein RUTH BEAGLEY, Chariton MARCIA NEWTON, Cedar Falls RUTH MAHACHEK, Austin, Minn. MILDRED GARDNER, Cherokee ABBIE COLE, Arthur MR. AND MRS. PERRINE MR. AND MRS. LYNCH MR. AND MRS. HERSEY MR. AND MRS. FAGAN MR. PALMER MISS YOUNG MISS CALL PRESIDENTS P FalI1921 lffillfff 1921 1922 IANNETTE HANSEN HELEN HON MEMBERSHIP GRACE HERRITY, Elkpoint, S. D. LULU B. MCGINNIS, Center Point RUBY MCATEE, Central City GRACE GILEERTSON, Maple Hill GAIL WVELLS, Chariton RUEIE COOLEY, Chariton IRENE GOODWIN, Tracey HELEN GIVEN, Des Moines LOUISE STROHBEHN, Davenport RUTH BOYD, Plainfield M. LOUISE DUNN, Cherokee ,HELEN BARNES, Cherokee LENA MCGINNIS, Center Point ISABEL SCOTT, Dow City ALICE THOMAS, Dow City DOROTHY THIELMANN, Holstein MARIAN WYALKER, Fort Pierre, S. Dak. GLADYS HARBACH, Inner Grove, Minn. . AGNES SLAWSON Died August, 1921 IFIELEN HON, Knoxville l l l l . 1 . l i Cheerful in adversity, patient in suffer- ! l ing, true to her ideals, She was ever a ' l loyal Comrade, a loving friend, a faithful society sister. l : Page One I-Iundred Ninety-one ..,-,..., ,W A ..g...,.....A.....-.-.,...-.,,,,.. , ..- , , A L M Y .-,M 1 . . ,- ...ui M u ' aft - .3-'wf V V ,WT -..f V54 W , W--f - ,fYfjjf'5jifT ' "Aff-'TP-: :2iT1""'H"f,'-'f".' --ff-wi, 4 1 1 .V-A ---Q D---V-4-?: l ift' 'W' " :::.7..'A-'i..'r1j" WNV -, V. . -Y .x - ..,l5:.i,gm WV ll. . -..Y YY , , , Y,:, - - 5 If.. 7 ---X K-N 7.-.Hx .T .fa y rf 'W ..-.,.L..,..1-,,-..,.h.,..i..,. 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PERRIXE IRV I MAYBELLE TINGLIFF, Clinton, Iowa MARGARET CAMPBELL, Dysart, Iowa LELIA WOOLVERTON, Cedar Falls, Io JOSEPHINE STARR, Osage, Iowa LUCILLE HORST, Muscatine, Iowa LUCILLE HENDRICKS, Glidden, Iowa VIOLA BLOCKER, Clutier, Iowa VIOLA SCHNELL, Dysart, Iowa GENEVIEVE TOWNSEND, Dysart, DORIS CLUTE, Earlville, Iowa Page One Hundred Ninety-four Iow a PROF. AND MRS. VVALTERS MISS MONICA VVILD NG MEMBERSHIP XV 21 NINA CAMERY, Sutherland, Iowa ESTHER COLLIN, Galva, Iowa ALICE EVANS, Long Grove, Iowa LEDA RITTER, La Porte, Iowa MARIE CHRISTIANSEN, Grand Mound, Iowa EDNA DALE, Story City, Iowa BELL EATON, Glidden, Iowa MERLE GAHN, Dysart, Iowa EDNA RNCLEKE, Sidney, Iowa Page One Hundred Nineiy-ffve Page f1gr""i. 'Ti' X '+"- i " "' sgW-M. -A 1- AY W Vdrfb Q I Y K V,.,f V,-N. ---- wx., X 5, -f , l ,J , 4 X, X U----4---4 A'---+1-f::"'25-N ,, , ,,, , ., ....,f H.1,7Y,M.,,,, ,Y .Km -- Om' Hundred Ninety-six CHRESTOMATH EAN SOCIETY Nlotto-"To serve." Flower-Red Rose Emblem-lVIyrtle Colors-Cream and VVIIIC OFFICERS Fall President . VVinter President . IRENE BARBER . . ELISA MILLER Vice-President . BESSIE VANDERKAR Secretary . ERMA LOGAN Treasurer . MABEL ROOT Marshal . . IDA BRENNA Critic , ....... MYRA GASI-:ELL HONORARY MEMBERS - MISS CAMPBELL MISS CARPENTER MISS VVHITE MISS RICE PROF. AND MRS. VVALTERS DR. MERCHANT MISS OGLE MEMBERSHIP JENNIE AKIN LINORE BERGMAN THELMA HOLMDAHL EDNA LURA HELEN PLATT LILLIAN HANSON BESSIE VANDERKAR MILDRED VERNER LEITA MATTISON LENA PENNING IRENE BARBER NEVA CLARK ROBERTA VANDERKAR VELMA HIDLEBOUOH ERMA LOGAN VIRA SPIEGELBURG MABEL ROOT MYRA GASKELL ELBA MILLER IRENE STEINHUSEN LAVERA PRESTIEN VERYL COOMBS ELIZABETH PATTERSON ELVA COZZENS IDA BRENNA ELVA BOLAND EDNA MAE ELSON ANNE HERMANSON DANA AMOS MARGUERITE REESE ETHEL BRANAN HELEN DUNLAP ETHEL DERRICKSON LILIAN JOHNSON LEONA HUMMEL SOCIETY SONG MURIEL GIBSON CHARLOTTE NELSON ESTHER HALE ETHEL ELLINGER ALMA SHRANK ORPHIE ANDERSON RUTH JACKSON THERESA THOMPSON PAULINE DRUMMOND MAE HOGAN CORAL SMITH ORPHA LYTTLE AGNES NELSON MARY SHANKLAND LUCY LAEEERTY Deep are our friendships anchored Ever We have in front of us In the heart of the crimson rose, Our mascot-the Teddy Bear VVe are bound there by our pledges He keeps the anchor of our ship To Serve"-as the time comes and goes. That is bound till eternity there SO trusting in every sister Onward through life we go, For the dear old Chrestomatheans Are the very best we know. Pagzf One Hundred Nznety sffufzr 7 1-f. . ' f' rv:-1-2 ,1 Y . 11 .,,s,,, ,,,,,,x. ,Fw , Y! N I V " 'Qfjiis 1 5:JV15Q1fQfj1Tf?'3i5ii7f?-111 Q 3, U U 111, D 153, 11 Qp - - f'G2',:"gH'fG-' "'1'L,l- W jg-..,g:,::,,5,,,-LT" , ,, ,gig 'T' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 11 1 l ' ' 1 1 M 1 1 1 11.1 , 11 . 1 1 1 , M1 1 11 1 1 1 111 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 111 1 V, 111 1 1 ,- 11 1 111 E1 1 1 1 1 11 , 1 1 11 1, 1,1 1 1 1 11 1 I1 1 1 11,1 11, 1 4, 1 11 1 1 111 1 11 , , W, , g 1 1 ' 11 1 L11 . . 1 11 Page One Hundred Nmely-ezglzt V i 111111-f'1--A-1+ 111+-------f11---'MJ" i""'1T"'T"Ti'?l5"""-"1 ' ' ' f - .,,. , ,,.V, 1, 1. 1 ,- 1,.hkJf-.-,.,-:fU "gf Y ,WYYW ,A, , ,, , ,,, Y, A ,.,,, ..,,.,.,.,l-..L...,.,---QL-- 1 .V..,.,., ..-V- .- ... .f ,,,,-, 4.4..,......,,..........e.,,,..- new 2 Page One Hundred Ninety-nine I EULALIAN SOCIETY Emblem-CresCe1It and Feather Colors Green and VVhite llascot-Homer, the Whlte Elephant OFFICERS Fall Wzrzler Pfesldenf ANNA LARSON DELLA SHAI-ER EULALIAN MEMBERSHIP ANNA BREIDINGER ESTHER BURGARDT VALEDA BURGARDT FRANCES CARLSEN RUTH CAWLISHAW ARMETA CHESHIRE HELEN CHRISTIANSEN HARRIET DREW VIOLA FRICK BERTHA BALIBAUGH AGNES HARTSHORN GERTRUDE HOKER BLANCHE INGRAM JULIA KVALE ANNA LARSON NELLIE LARSON OLIVE LILLEHEI NAOMI MITCHELL - Page Tfwo Hundred NORA MCWILLIAMS DOROTHY PALMER BERNICE PALMER MARY PIKE RUBY RITZ ALMA SCIIILDROTH EDNA SCHLOERMAN DELLA SHAFER DOROTHY STARK MARY STARK ARDIS SVVORDES MINNIE VVIRTH LUCILLE XVOODCOCK ANN WooDWoRTH CLARA WOODWORTII HAZEL ROBERTON ALICE SAUPE Page Tlwo Hundred One ' "-"' - ' r .Zig f, ' LT'.ii.i-i7lI.'.' fr: ' 131: rg- ri Q-ix , , 'L l 'I il'r'- 'L i K fr K by M, ,, I . -, ,., ,. ., ,g,g1 A-, ,,.., ,,,,,,. , .f ,Nl ,V rh l ill ..,,,.,.. T., -. .-.,,- --L-.A--A-M --L:-A72 - Q1 ,' -- Y :-A v it ,. l':Qg-Af-el?---1v:1f::i'-.1-: be 'ef L T 4 Q1g,,,i.cgit t t X .if .t 5 e l1??ui?i'imilffiifir if EULALIAN INTERSOCIETY DEBATING TEAM litfii it lllll ff is iles fififfi lit in W llg! 'ff ill ii 1 1 lille T M 'Z V r, it iv! 1 :ill ix Ulm i ri l l DELLA E. SHAFER NELLIE LARSON DOROTHY PALMER T-2:51 Ml T ll? i ll 1 l. Wi11ne1's of The Mrs. Walker Trophy, Presented December 9, 1921 l lwl' Question for Debate: Rem!-ved, That Iowa should enact legislation embodying the main features of the Arizona law providing for pensions for teachers in the public 'ml supported schools. ll ' V ill! l ,ful ll ml i I l 1 li l ,ill y, fl ' ,, - ,,., .., , i l 11 fxli l ix I l UU 1 3 l 'E li lm! , T , l Page Tfwo Hundred Tlwo Page Tfwo Hundred Three DELPHIAN SOCIETY lllotto-'Tit via vi." Colors-White and Purple Presldent . VICE President . MARY RUNDLES, Janesville MARJORIE COOK, Charles City REA RODERICK, VVaterloo CORNELIA BARNES, Cresco LOUISE FUERSTE, Guttenberg EDNA MAXNTOR, Cedar Falls MARGARET HOLMES, Scranton NAOMI JOHNSON, Slater VAVA PITTMAN, jefferson ESTHER NYSTROM, Calmar GENEVA WATERS, Cedar Falls JENNIE MOLINE, VVaterloo HELEN BARTLETT, Creston DELIOHT YAREH, VVarerloo DOROTHY JOHNSON, Ossian VIRGINIA DOWLIN, Bloekton MARIE KEYSER, Randolph ZOE WILLIAMS, Oakland ESTHER Roc:NEss, Ossian MILDRED MERWIN, Leon M ascot-Bulldog OFFICERS Fall Winler . VAVA PITTMAN REA RODERICIQ . EDNA MAXTOR CORNELIA BARNES MEMBERSHIP KEXTHRYN DOVVLIN, Bedford JUNE SLUTTER, Charles City DOROTHY SLUTTER, Charles City IONE LANE, Charles City BEULAH REESE, Cedar Falls MARIE SELLE, Cedar Falls MAY VVINKLER, Oelwein KATHLEEN NUGENT, Fort Dodge BESSIE FOX, VVaterloO MARIE MERWIN, Leon MARIAN MERRICK, Greene TVELMA IQNOWLES, jefferson ANNE O'BRIEN, Coggon LEON TRAINER, YVinthrop ANNE CARLIN, Davenport ADA LUNDY, Slater ESTHER VVINGER, Calmar PIAZEL DRYLAND, Calmar EVELYN OPPEDAHL, Goldheld SOCIETY YELL Chau'-chaw-Cina-cina Chaw-Chaw-cina-cina Nick-a-soc-ya-ka-horna Delphians! Delphians! Delphians! Page Tfwo Hundred Four v Page T1-wo Hundred Five - A . 1, . M - M, , , .2 ' - ' "'A'f.lmQ., ilprii3:-??f?5i3-H --51 " ' ' 'f x 'N If T' 'fm ' H fl' ""f1f1'- ---- - '- f f--f---SMQ - - -5IfLl"!ii'i ' ,. ,K x. i X' ff - . ' ,N 1 I1::'::Tr:g:if::,:':r.':::.:i.:-.r1':'...A ,, 7,7 .i,k, ,W , h,m,NJAkYYi-'vm ii - 57 t V v V Y i ' X' - '-f .r ,F-1-'HV . - . S+' W, ,-,, , , ' - - -Y--wk. , .,.....--:.L 11: i1'i,.: 1:34:15 - 'E-FA Page Tfwo Hundred Six Page Tfwo Hundred Sefven HOKIERIAN SOCIETY lWottO We Seek the Best Flowers: Sweet Pea and Fern R Colors: Delft Blue and White U Emblem: Lyre HONORARY MEMBERS PRES. AND MRS. SEERLEY DR. C. H. MYERHOLZ DR. AND MRS. VV. W. GIST MISS ANNA G. CHILDS MISS ANNA VVILD HOMERIANS IN FOREIGN HULDA KLEIN BEULAII SCOTT OLGA HARTZ JULIA PIEMENVV.-XY MARIAN SPENCER RUTH DEVVITT CLARA VVITTER ROSE VVILCOX RUBY VVOLFE- RUBY HENDERSON CORA RIEKE DOROTHEA VVADE CARRIE VVATSON MILDRED DAWSON RUTH PRATT RACIIrL FABRICK FRANCES FRY VVYNONA CLAUSING RUTH PHILLIPS MAREL RICHARDSON VIOLA VVOOD MARX' BOYD GERTRUDE MILLS INEZ XVALTON Page Tlwo Hundred Eight lVlARIE CLINE MEMBERSHIP MRS. R. MCKITRICK MR. AND MRS. FAGAN MRS. ANNIE POTTER MR. G. VV. SAMSON MISS LILLIAN LAMBERT FIELDS EDITH SWVEET MARTHA ROSSITER. MARIAN SATTEREIE-LD HAZEL ALTWIG EDNA STAUFFER HELEN STOVER ELVERA JOHNSON HELEN STARR GEORGIA MILLER HAZEL DODD CLARA MADSEN MABEL BLOOMBERG BERNICE MUSSER MABEL SCHWARTZ IRMA BRAUN IRMA FORBES LUCILE SCHAFFER INEZ JENSEN FRANCES VVHEELER HULDA TOEDT BERNICE LEMON GI.YDE Fox VERA STOVVE S. E,-A -A-Vfmvqr , S. ,,.,,,, ,, I, . K... - ,.,..,.-.,,D.,.,. f.4.:4,I..-....Q.-.---N...........,.a,......, IHA- M A ..,...,A-E..,.. .E+,.,.,r.., ... ,-z.?.,.L.L .,.. ..V I .T ,....LAW,...,,.,.,..........,...,., I .. gf-HI f-Q----E-few 'l' 'Ev -TL 'lil' f-.,...'CI-L7' 'T..e - ' .L3f'L,,- 7-,-f'-..,-..-..--A-fI-l- f Page Tfwo Hundred Nine 1 I Page Tfwo Hundred Ten January 13. January 27. February 10. lXfIarch 3. lNIarch 19. April 7. lNIay 10. Cctober 29. November 10. December 1. December 12. HOMERIAN CALENDAR Big feed to start year right! No social-excuses from all but seven members, who were ofhcers, read and accepted. Special meeting called by Vice-President at 9:00 P. BI. One hundred names of rushees were Voted ong only seventy were accepted, adjourned at 10:30 P. IVI. CSpecial lXfIeeting.1 Decided to eliminate nuts at the annual banquet. Banquet at Black's Tea Room. CNote: Nuts were served.j Carrie Watsoii was granted a standing excuse for attendance. lllr. Samson presents pictures to society. Home Coming Reception. Society room windows surprised by new curtains. Edna S. frightened from meeting by the realistic Indians who danced for us. Special meeting called to allow bill of 5.07 for all day suckers bought on special sale. CAUGI-IT FROM THE LIPS OF HOMERIANS , Ruth Snider 'Cas a T. C. man passed byj : "That fellow is famous." Carrie: "VVhy?" 1 6 R.: 'I-le was the fellow who accompanied Stevenson on that voyage which Stevenson wrote about in his 'Inland Voyage with a Donkeyfl' Ma1'ian Spencer Qwho had been visiting her brother's home for the week end and had had the car out for an airingj : "I had the best luck. I happened to run into an old friend." Cora: "Was she glad to see you F" IVI. S.: "Not very. I smashed her whole right fenderf, Ruth DeWitt: "Well, how did you find the folks at home? J! Rachael: "0h, I knew where they lived." lVIarian S. Cto Post Master when mailing her photo home to motherj : "How much postage will this require. PY? P. O. Clerk: "Two centsg it's first class matter." IX-Iarian Chlushingjz VO thank you, sirll' Page Tfwo Hundrecl Lflmfrrz 52:1-H:-jd MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI Biottoz "Be tO the Best Thou Knowest Ever True." President Colors: Green and White IX- Vice-President . Secretary OFF ICERS Fall MABEL BARRON FERAL BALLARD DOROTHY STRONG Iascot : Flower : Carnation Donkey IVinter LULU PORTER MARJORTE NTSBET LILLIAN HOLMES LTLLTAN HOLMES HONORARY MEMBERS MR AND MRS. LYNCH MR. AND MRS. GETCHELL MR AND MRS. BARNES MR. AND MRS. FAGAN MEMBERSHIP MYRTLE ABRAPIAMSON DORIS ALSTROM LTNEA ANDERSON HATTTE BACK FERAL BALLARD MAREL BARRON ERCYCLE BLAINE IDA CARLSON LILY CLAESON ELSIE CHURCH CARRIE DORRE ANNA DUDAOEK THORA HANSON DOROTHY HAYS MYRA HOAKOM Page Tfwo Hundred T fwcl-ve MISS CARPENTER Mlss LILLIAN LAWIBERT MISS MARTIN LAURA JAY DOROTHY JONES GERRXLDINE ISEEPFORD GRACE MCCUMBER VTVIAN MEALY EDNA MILLER MARJORIE NISBET MILDRED PETERS LULU PORTER ILA PURCELL HELEN SPURRIER DOROTHY STRONG CATHERINE SULLIVAN -.g-A-.-..h.-,..1g-,,...- -.....-.X - A .L... A A A--E-.....,-, A A A -,-A -A -- , A A 21,-A - --- fr - -A A A A Wwff3fT"QfTE:E:T'g'1 izzfrffz-sf:-A1-:L:.EL...gR.-.:.:.:'-1:35, V 9 Y , ,- ,k -" ' .,g1'LIg1 L JL, " .' .f:,'5 "W 'fifg'-1' -X , v . .wwx W, VV 1, "2 W M T ' i?,3Q-12.-' TQ 5515623-iffgfxsiii-Zia , . Y Y...-.Y-,,...,..-,,,,,g,,, ,g ,.w N, ., J xv. V L, ,J ,X ,-Yfl L . Y Y , ,V-H - -- -- -- ---v, ,T-, .E--.iii-Y.,-,W 1 5 x 1 X Y Page Tfwo Hundred Thirteen irlfu ' 'Vi , 31:1 14 I I 1 1 QA. 1 11111 11251 111955 EW: 1 11111 1L11 11:1 ':1 1' mfg Jw 1. "1 : 1'v: 1 1311 1111 U11 1:21 I1 1 1111 V 11111 1,11 1 33111 1 11511 1111 111, 1 111111 1:11 1 121131 U 1 :M V, 112:12 gi I vkxl 11 M1211 111111. 1111 .1511 11111, 5,1 11111 11111 11111 11 T111 1. 1 9111 5 131' ' H311 mix: 1, gain X! 111 1 111, 1 11151 M. ,, 1151? 1 QN1 1 111' 111 11, , ,111 rx, 1 1 1 ,gg 1: 1 1 1 1 P a ga Tfu. 'o flu ndr fd Found 0,1 0 r. .X X f A REILIGIIQUS QRGANIIZATI NS kj, ii Q, YOUNG VVOMI-EN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION For the past quarter of a century the Young NVomen's Christian Association has played an important part in the life of this institution. Its purpose has always been to develop among its members a deep Christian experience, manifesting itself in service for others. This is the second year that the Association has operated under a new basis of membership. Heretofore only those who were members of Protestant Evangelical churches could be voting members of the Associationg but now any woman who ex- presses her belief in the purpose of the Y. VV. C. A. and pledges herself "to live a true follower of the Lord jesus Christu may become an active member. The membership for this year has approximated one thousand. In the way of religious activities there are meetings of various kinds. Each morning throughout the year there is a brief devotional service. Sunday evenings there are joint meetings with the Y. IMI. C. A. Occasionally there have been outside speakers, but the students theirselves have had an increasingly large part in these meetings. 1NIid-week meetings are held at an interval of every two or three weeks. No definite Bible study has been undertaken but effort has been made to help enroll students in the Bible classes of the various churches. A World Fellowship program has been car- ried on with the purpose of acquainting the students with the needs of the various countries and especially with the conditions of students throughout the world. Through participation in "The YVorld's VVeek of Prayeru and through sharing in the "Student Friendship" fund, many students have already entered into a sense of fellow- ship with the students of other countries. The Association seeks to carry out the spirit of its purpose by showing a friendly interest in the girls who each year enter college for the first time. This is done by meeting trains, by helping the new girls with their schedules, and by aiding them in every way possible. Nfany students are eager to find work, and the Association through its employment bureau makes an effort to secure employment for such stu- dents. Another service rendered has been the book exchange which was conducted at the close of the fall and winter terms. Still another phase of Association life is its social activities. The Hrst social occasion was the reception given for all students at the beginning of the fall term. There have been other large parties held during the year. In the fall and spring months a series of hikes were held each Saturday morning. Throughout the winter fCl'ID "Cozies" were held in the homes of some of the girls or faculty friends on Friday evenings. Several teas were given in the fall as a means of acquainting girls with one another. One of the outstanding events of the year was the series of talks given by Dr. Eva Blake of New York City. Her lectures on "Constructive Health" gave the girls a new conception of whatiis involved in healthful, abundant living. She emphasized the CContinued on Page 2161 ' Pllyf' Tfwo I'lundr1'd F1 Iran Page Y. VV. C. A. CABINET . D Curtis, Slierrarcl, Armstroiig, Bodenham, Smalling, XVilliams DeXVitt, Curiiahnii, Corning, Magowan, Mauthe, Hartz General Secretary, FLORENCE MAOOWAN ADVISORY BOARD MRS. MARION MCFARLAND VVALKER MISS MAY SMITH Miss MARY HUNTER Miss AMEY AREY' Miss MONICA WILD Miss ISABEL TPIOMES Miss ANNA CI-IILDS MRS. J. VV. CHARLES CABINET 1921-1922 President . . ...... DOROTHY CORNINO Vice-President . . MARGARET CARNAHAN Secretary . . . . GRACE VVILLIAMS Treasurer ........ . RUTH DEWITT Under-graduate Field Representative . . RUTH SHERRARD Membership Chairman .... . GLADYS LYNCH Finance Chairman . . . RUTH BODENHAM VVoi-ld Fellowship Chairman . . CELESTE ARMSTRONG Social Chairman . . . . MARJORIE PATTERSON Social Service Chairman . . . OLGA HARTZ Publicity Chairman . . NIILDRED MAUTHE Meetings Chairman . . . . . ALTHA CURTIS Church Co-operation Chairman . . DOROTHY SMALLING CConcluded from page 2155 matter of health habits, and gave some very practical demonstrations of health-pro- ducing exercises. A new plan was undertaken for the annual WoI'ld Fellowship classes. In the past these classes have been conducted by members of the faculty, but this year the course was planned and carried out entirely by students. There was a series of four meetings on the countries of China, Japan, South America, and India. Students especially in- terested in foreign mission work presented very fully the economic and political, the educational, the religious and social life of these countries. In March, the Y. W. C. A. held a rural life conference. The purpose of this conference was to bring before those who go into rural communities as teachers the opportunities for Christian leadership in these communities. Two national secretaries, lVIiss Rhoda Foster and IVIISS Frances Perry, were here, and these two, with the help of some of our own faculty members, were largely responsible for the success of the conference. Tfwo Hundred SIXff'f'7l V WLC 'I L, A . , V 4: A w r. 1 .- 2 . ffaf Q ' , 'Lf ,"- - - ' :qv gg '24 . H' '1 , -.4 . . ., A. ,, , ' ff, ,J .rl-g,S,,M f -N' i 6' ., S , , ,E ,wir t X 1 4 ,-.mf 1.-,. ' ' ' f .. , , H, Q 7-Tis. 32' f f ,.,. ' ' 115 , """L - ' , -J-fig ' f 'ofzgly-.f,' ' F H 'Q ' ' ' xx , --f 4. M X . 1.1 xi fi I f , g h ..v,.,.,..... , .,, 2 V 'V 1 A QCQIFDGQWQQ fm, Pago Tfwo Hundred Sffwnlnfz STUDENT VOLUNTEER BAND ' E. Schindler, C. XVi1d, C. Armstrong, M. Newton, G. Archer G. YViIliz11ns, M. Palmer, M. C31'l'lill121l1, R. Stone Motto of-the Student Volunteer llflovement for Foreign Missioiisz l'The Evangeli- zation of the World in this Generation." ' In 1920 more Student Volunteers sailed to foreign fields than went out during any previous year in the history of the movement, the exact number being 595. The total number that has sailed from Canada and the United States since the beginning of the movement in 1888 is 8,742 The demand for Student Volunteers for the non-Christian world can only be met by young men and women who respond to that call because the spirit of the living God moves on their hearts and makes clear what the Lord would have them do. It is a superhuman task that is laid upon them. "Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest." ROBERT P. WILDER, General Secretary. V ,... i . Q l. ,..,,,A., 5 3 ,.,,, V . . 1 tr-ve, 4- -as-I g s. a "-' 5 MARIE CLINE - HULDA hmm ' " gf W ?" y 1" ,L . qayaxsigga' 23 441 - , f' : , Sailed December 15, V 3'-+, 5"3yg Sail-ed August 15, 1921 and is at present 1921 and is teaching studylng in the M. E. gg,.g..,y in a g1rl's boarding 1fJi':'-.ftp ' 1 . Language school at school at Raipur, Cen- . . EiQfx'?1j4lQ54f gn.s.1i.2., . . MIISSOOTIC, India. tial Province, India. :I Aiea- feta . ' - - :Wi ff- sszffwww Page Tfwo Hundrcd l:'iyhlN1z YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Leavitt, Fenn, Hall, Henry I'IOV0l'ki1, Cummins. Kaltenbnek, Triniclud Wolfe. Moon. Smith Thirty-five years ago this Young lVIen's Christian Association was organized at I. S. T. C., then the State Normal School. From a small beginning it has come to an important part in the life of the school. The Y. M. C. A. is an organization on the campus for the purpose of promoting Christian ideals in the lives of the student body. VVe have endeavored to inculcate these ideals into the lXIorning VVatch, mid-week meetings, and other activities of the Association. OFFICERS President . . . . . ADOLPH KALTENB,-xcH Vice-President . . . Vexfixcio TRINID.-XD Secretary-Treasurer ..... . . . EARL VVOLFE Chairman of Committee on Meetiiigs . . GLENN Moox .ADVISORY BOARD H. L. EELLS, Chairman CHARLES H. MYERHOLZ R. VV. GETCPIELL R. L. ABBOTT REV. MAC LIIOD 1 X Pagf Taco Plurzdrfd Nineteen ---I-M A--Y--in-. V--A ui. F. 4, -WY H I' 'Ir - .-N f - I -. w -- -' I -- . V -.,,,,,,,. ' -' I C112 421- I MW- -,Tl f-,Aeliiff Y. M. C. AQ DEPUTATION TEAM Cook, Wfolfe, Schindler, Moon, Francis Trinidad, Feim, Kaltenbach, Archer HDEPUTATION TEAM" Not preachers but layrnen going out over the Christmas holidays and week ends to do their part in establishing the kingdom of God on earth. I KEITH Coozc EARL VVOLFE ELMER SCHINDLER GLENN MooN Page Tfwo I-lundrefl T-weniy MEMBERSHIP GAYLORD ARCHER MERLE FRANCIS VENANCIO TRINIDAD IVAN FENN ADOLPH KALTENBACH I -3- --- ---WV . -Aa . 'wwf-- . - .. , .-,,, , -,.,, A Y,,,,Y,,V,, JL.,-A-,,,,W, , CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Librarian . Trustees . GRACE ALES AGNES BRECHT RAY BALD MARGARET BRUNKHURST ELLEN COIN ELIZABETH DALE MARY DUNN BLANCHE DUNN JOSEPHINE DUNN MARGARET DEMUTH VVINNIFRED DOHERTY RUEIE FOX X DOROTHY FERRIE MARIE GALLERY MARY GLOUGLIN MURIEL GAPIAN BERNICE HIGGINS RUTI-I HOUSTEN - NIAIDELINE HOWARD I CLARA MAY HOWARD, OFFICERS Fall Term ANNA MIHULKA CLARA HOWARD AGNES BRECHT GRACE VVHALEN LORETTA VORVVALD KIXTHIKYN ROEB ADELINE OJCONNEL MADELINE HOWARD W'intf'r Term FLORENCE SIEVERDING BLANCI-IE DUNN LORETTA VORWALD GRACE VVHALEN MARTHA LEAHY MEMBERSHIP CvI,ADYS HOWE GRACE HERRITY BERNADINE HELTEN FRANCIS KELLY CECELIA KERRIGAXN HELEN KERRIGAXN MARIE KELLAHER ANNA KELLY OLIVE LEVENS MARTHA LEAHY MAE LALER AMY LYONS EDNA MARTIN AGNES MARTIN MARGARET MURRAY NELLIE MURPHY GRACE MULVIHILL ANNA NIU-IULKA LEVINA MANNING IRENE MCGARVEY KATHALEEN NUGENT IADELAINE 0,CONNEL IRENE O'CONNER VIVIAN O'CONNER REGINA ORMSBY K.ATHRYN ROEB NELLIE SMALL MARCELLA SCHREINER IQATHRYN SULLIVAN FLORENCE SIEVERDING NELLIE SQUIRE ALMA SI-IRANK CECIL SMITH. EILEEN SCANLAN MARIE T HURN LORETTA VORWALD GRACE WHALEN ELLA WRIGHT ELSIE VVALLASER Page Tlwo Hundred Tlwenty one C. S. A. CABINET Vorwuld Howard, lxfihulkil Brecllf, 'Wllulen FATHER WIENEKE Page Tfwo Hundred Tbwenty-tfwa CABINET MEMBERSHIP GRACE VVHALEN CLARA HOWARD AGNES BRECHT ANNA NIIHULKA LORETTA VORWALD ,sig Music OANTEATT NS 'lli '53 A ' m JJ, TI-IE COLLEGE ORCHESTRA PROF. THEODORE R. GUNDRY, Director ' VVith an increase Of membership and another year of serious work the college orchestra has steadily gained its place as one of the principal organizations of I. S. T. C. ' The orchestra is not only an instructive means' of experience for its members but is also OT pleasurable and cultural value to the community. This significant purpose is emphasized by the improved performances and the advanced standard of its musical repertoire. During the past two years the following important works have been performedj' Overtures: "Magic Flute," Mozartg "EgmOnt," Beethoveng "Midsummer Night's Dream," Mendelssohng and "Merry 'Wives of VVinclsor," Nicolai. Symphonies: Mozart, G Minor and Hjupitergl' Haydn, G Major f'KSurprise"j Miscellaneous: Suite, "Peer Gynt," Grieg, VVedding March and Nocturne from "Midsummer Night's Dream," Mendelssohng Piano concerto in D Minor, Corchestral accompanimentj Rubin- steing Romance in G Major for violin faccompanied by string Orchestral, Swendsen. llfind Inslrtulmrzls A , Ross NEVSVTON PAUL POPEJOY FRANK PIERCE WVIVIAN KELL'EY LE CLAIR EELLS ' IRENE THOMPSON CPianoj VVILLXAM LYNCH PAUL VVARTTMAN CARL DUBBERT HELEN VVILER ROBERT BOYSEN FRANK L. MCCREARY ELIZABETH VVARTMANN Clnstructorl Slring Instrzmzenls LOUISE FUERSTE BRUCE VVALLACE LAURA PAYNE R055 VVILCOX LEOTA BRUSH EDVVARD CUMMINS BENITA DOLAN Clnstructorj VELMA BROWN MAX NOAH RUTH FULLER BERTHA MCNEIL MARSHALL CLEEVER JOSEPH VANDERVEER ONLEE SLITER GEORGE WVILCOX FLOYD VVILER l Page Tfwo Hundred Twenty-three f 1 f- f - .. L ,. --... Y .- ,X -"R TV 'Pf ' YW C A -izgiix f:-3.:::::':',1i-T::gi:1-+::i5tf 2 'MJ' L IJ -AJ 'J 2, .lj - gjzf' A-' f -.1----.ifr-:-1---:-L--W Amare.-nv, .L-5-,-if if -A.....,,,-,.l W. , , , THE COLLEGE BAND F. L. MCCREARY, Conductor PAUL POPEJOY, Student Conductor The College Band puts spice and cheer into the social activities of the College lncidentally it contributes to the ranks of the Lyceum and the Chautauqua The band provides trainers for school and community bands and orchestras, catering largelv to the neW demand for such service from Consolidated Schools and Civic Clubs Piccolo WM. SEVERIN Clarinet.: VVM. LYNCH LoUxs HERSEY VERNON BROWN EVERETT SHERMAN GLEN BROWN HOWARD ORTH Saxophone: joe MEAD E. WHITE H. NORTH G. RYKEN Bassoon M. B01-IAN Oboe O. 'NEILSON C0l'IZL'2'.S' P. POPEJOY N. FIELDS E. NEILSEN J. MCLANE French Horns L. EELLS I G VVARTTMAN' J. VINCENT G. MCBRIDE Trombones P. VVHTTE I. MAXSON S. FAUST Ifzzrilonzu C. AHRENS Bzzysfs G. VVILCOX L. LANGDON Drums E. BROCKMAN C. DUBBERT E. STEVENS Page Tfwo Hundred Twenty-four I T .Ag 1- l THE MINNESINGERS Ralston, Entwisle. Cutler, Muzzey. Noah, I. NVolfe, Past-hen. Orth, Suntlven. Beiitrutle, Olsen. Winder, Clough, Brockman. Forsyth, Hays, E. Wolfe. Hart. Mavrelis, Gruis, Schmidt. WILLIAM E. Hays, Director F irst F irsl OFFICERS President . . . IRVIXC VVOLFE Vice-President . . . E. A. RALSTON Secretary-Treasurer Business Manager Assistant Manager Accompanist . Tcnors SEMON SANDVEN HOWARD ORTH GEORGE MAVRELIS C. D. VVINDER PAUL HENRY Bass E. A. RALSTON E. C. FORSYTH MERRIL MUZZEY EARL VVOLEE . JOHN CUTLER CLAIRE FORSYTH EDVVIN BROCKMAN . MAX NOAH Second Tfnorx EDWIN BROCKMAN LOREN HART C. B. GRUIS GERALD SCI-IMIDT VVALTER OLSEN Second Bass TRVING VVOLFE MAX NOAH JOHN CUTLER A. O. BENTRUDE ELLIS CLOUGH GEORGE PAscHEN The year of 1921-22 naarlced the revival of an old institution at T. S. T. C. The llflinnesingers under the direction of Professor Hays were organized in October, and by hard and faithful practice on the part of the club and the untiring efforts of Pro- fessor Hays, were ready by February to make a trip. This was made possible by the faculty granting a two-days leave of absence to the men of the club. The Minnesingers gave concerts in Waverlyf, Clarlcesville, Rockford, and llflarblerockg and then the week following, gave a most successful home concert in the College Auditorium. This is theifirst time in ten years that I. S. T. C. has been represented by a men's Glee Club but we predict, in view of the success that the Club has had this year, that it will not be long .before the lvlinnesingers will have won a state-wide reputation for Teachers College. 9 Page Tfwo Hundred Tfwenly we I 1 THE CECILIAN GLEE CLUB Snyder, Vought, McLaughlin, Buck, Hughes, Killen, Allen, Eberhardt, Snelson. Ellis, NVeikert, Scott, Mattison, Buck, Schmidt. Rugg, Cummings, Speicher. Grubb, Rohde, Spurrier, Reintz, XVooclward, Byvank, Reed, Larson, xV3SlllJ1l.I'11. Nisbet, Corning, Johnson, Martin, Morgan. XV6Clj9WVO0Il, Mathew. Jennings, Wytli, Short, Freeman, Bailey, Lzinib. ELIZABETH BURNEY-SCHMIDT . IRENE ROI-IDE . . BETHEL ELLIS EIJNA VOUGHT LUCILLE BUCK ELLEN KILLEN .AYLO EBERHARD MARY GRACE ELLIS ISABEL SCOTT MARGARET BUCK ETHEL CUMMINGS DELLA GRUBB ESTHER REINTS ELSIE BYVANK ESTHER LARSON MARJORIE NISBET ELVIRA JOHNSON BERNICE MORGAN ALICE MATHEW DOROTHY WYTH ROBERTA FREEMAN GRACE LAMB HAZEL CAIN HATTIE IBLINGS HOLLIS SNYDER LOUISE MCLAUGHLIN MARCELLA HUGHES RUTH ALLEN HELEN SNELSON MARY LOUISE VVEIKART LEITA MATTISON . Director Aceompanist GLENBTYS RUGG JOSEPHINE SPEICHER HELEN SPURRIER CARMEN WOODWARD MARIAN REED FERAL WASHBURN DOROTHY CORNING AGNES MARTIN GLADYS WEDGEWOOD JOSEPHINE JENNINGS ETHEL SHORT CARRIE BAILEY DORIS AHLSTROM DOROTHY RYAN MARIAN PALMER The Cecilian Glee Club under the direction of Elizabeth Burney Schmidt IS an Organization of the best soprano, mezzo soprano and contralto voices in the State Teachers College. The voices are selected yearly from all the young women attending the college. This club has long been a vital force in promoting musical activity as well as the appreciation of music on our campus. The Christmas vesper Service, in which the Cecilians always participate, usually marks the beginning of their public appearances for the ycarg the final concert coming in the Spring term. Page Tfwo Hundred Tfwenty-six THE EUTERPEAN GLEE CLUB Green, Hookam, Lane, Fry, Thompson, Fike, Fullerton, Partingtou, McGinnis, Zimmer, Vassar. Spiegelberg, Fabrick, Armstrong, Larson, Hambley, Doolittle, Harrison, Gender, Monson, Logan, FO1'll'il1'd, Detlef, Fankell, Carter, Ryan, Cook, Wllilcox, Bygel, XVOOd, Mentzer. Dickey, Miller, Silence, Thompson. Ricluu-ds, Bunn, Demuth, Stewart, Fuller. Hutson, Cederholru. Bergquist, Schmickle, Juuge, Goettsch. LEORA DOOLITTLE . Director FORVVARD . Accompanist EVA GREEN IONA LANE IRENE THOMPSON VIRA SPIEGELBERG CELESTE ARMSTRONG ELEANOR HAMELEY DORRIS FANKELL MARGARET DIGKEY ZELMA SILENCE VVILMA RICHARDS RUTH CEDERHOLM MARGARET FULLERTON LULA BELLE MCGINNIS EVELYN E. VASSAR MARGARET GEUDER ERMA LOGAN ROSE WILCOX AXVILDA VVOOD MILDRED O. BUNN EFFIE STEWART RUTH SCI-IMICKLE VERNONA GOETTSCH HELEN DOCKUM MABEL GETTY MILDRED LUCE CLARA PETERSON HELNA RUDE EVA TRUMBLEE MYRA HOOKAM FRANCES FRY FAMA PIKE RACHAEL FABRICK GLADYS LARSON ELSIE DETLEE ELLA CARTER - ANNA MAE COOK ALICE MILLER ETHEL THOMPSON ALMA HUTSON MABEL BERGQUIST VIVIEN PARTINGTON TRACIE ZIMMER SHIRLEY HARRISON MABEL MONSON DORIS MILLER VERNA BYGEL ETHEL MENTZER MARGARET DEMUTH JOSEPHINE FULLER GRETCHEN JUNGE ETHEL ARsERs GERTRUDE EGGERS MABEI. HOLLOWAY -TESSIE NICKERSON IRMA Ross GRACE SPARR Miller The Euterpean Girls' Glee Club is one of the permanent organizations of the college. Girls are promoted from this club to the Cecilian. VVe can look back over our records for the year 1921-22 with justified pride. The Club made its first appearance in chapel early last fall and delighted their audience. VVith thelCecilians and Minnesingers they furnished the music for the Christmas vespers. The girls are Working hard and intend to give a concert in May. Page Tfwo Hurzdrzfd Tfwrwzly-.wwen f . ., ., ,- Y .Hx '--N Ya , V , , Y.- E, .,V .Y HSL, vw, 17 Y., :U .,, ,,.,., , ,- ', .v .a ?i'-F.,.,:lj,i',", ,"-5 ?,if5,tj":g-Q M. 1 I A HBH-I-IUIH4 -, Rf 1 ,il N if ye vaalleatiaus l THE COLLEGE EYE -' A '- fi"'ii' . 1 1 .,., A ' ' 5. KV , VIIV: in L .1 ,,,1 blgtf t .. ..,,. .gf .... , ,... ,,...,.... . -' .N ..Z, .. Crlymz 'BROOKS GLADYS LYNCH KEITH CooK Edztor-111-Clzzef Local and Alumni Edztor Buxzncxs Manager ADVISORY BOARD BENJ. BoARpMAN, Chairman JOHN BARNES SARAH Rice MACY CAMPBELL RoY ABBOTT This year Iowa State Teachers College has continued the practice of publishing a weekly newspaper-a paper that compares favorably with any other collegiate publi- cation in the lVliddle 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. lt has increased in circulationg it has expanded in advertisingg it has devel- oped in scope. To the College Eye Staff of 1922 belongs the credit of a high reputa- tion sustained, and of a complex work well done. Page Tfwa Hundred Tfzventy-eight .,.k :'.3.:H. .- " ., - , --.Viv . ,I H I , ' f V , 4 4 B V Egg GAME' -' '+ 5,isSiifA3AfQf6l15-SY: '. 2 . ,FW-' 9 z L A ' IOWA STATE TEACHERS co1,1,EGE " I , 5 1QQ,i,g,,T5..yg,i,.1Qg . umm' mls, Iowa, Wednesday, 1-wumry 1, 1922 HgcxQu!ru1'20 L - ssmoa 'rms nu:u's DEBATE ' " en:-,pr THE LR G VIN WITH LDCM. f rfncufnswln m rwu GAMES mmvffxfnn 2 COACH TAKES ONLY SEVEN 1 MEN ON TRIP. ' BOTH GAMES WERY CLOSE . Boys receive oommenuz on thelx steady :md comiwtem, playing-. srmwsou emma Q .11 ch 3 -o YT. I 1 1 5 i i 5 i i a z rm- nmre. um Pagz' T-'wo Hundred Tfwrniy-nine I " "'---- . ,, ,..,,,JL.. A THE QLD GOLD I ANNA D. CORDTS RUSSELL O. LAMSON Erlifor-if:-Clzicf MACY CAMPBELL IRVING H. HART ' GRACE E. XVILLIQIMS, ,-Iri Editor MABEL RICHARDSON - Page T-wo I-Iundred Thirty Bzzsivzcsx M'a7zagc1' ADVISORY BOARD BEXJAMIN BOARDMAN R. W. CSETCHELI. LILLIAN V. LAMBERT BERTI-IA L. PATT THE ART STAFF MILDRED MAUTHE KERMI'f RICHARDS MARCIA NEWTON ESTIIER BOLAND GRACE E. VVILLIAMS Another College year is recorded in the pages of the OLD GOLD. We Wish to acknowledge our indebtedness to the Advisory Board for their good counsel and encouragementg to the Art Department who converted their studio into a photograph gallery for our con- venienceg and to the faculty for their department pictures. We have counted it a privilege to chronicle the history of Teachers College and may the Work of our hearts and our hands be as gratifying to you as it has been pleasing to us. Tl-IE STAFF. l l l f Birss Curtis was our snap shot taker Mary was our little typerg He snapped both day and nightg She typed hoth day and nightg And snapped de snaps, e'en snapped de taker And typed de type, de little typer, And snapped de snaps just right. And typed de copy right. ' t 1 X, Page T-wo Hurzdrrd Thirty-,one --M- --, ny " ":.:,v",':. 'NX ,, MVN-,.s 4- - - .- --X .1 , f- V -N A A ---. . gc .,.:, --f:.1,, Y ,,..,.,..- ..--,.,-Y.. 1- TQ,1'I..2,L 73:3 CFI.,-::i.Z ig-:L 1' Y ' p , " 1 F -""-?"7""1 'lT,,Li.T:Tl , Q., ,V,v-,.A -....w.a...c..-.....f,,xW .K , -1 .1 J -.. , ,.f of r::1:T-J-,i1::gTY fr, , .t......-... ..-.-.....,P...,.Y --.- L .V .. -, 4 . . W-, .-,A.....--.. .. ., ..,, ,,.,,,. t, , , Y , r I On the Upper Iowa River at the Old Town of Lime Springs, Howard County, I0'W3.-CALVIN Page Tfwo Hundred Thirly-lfwo Qi-ui' had in ?f'. m'wi fmgqigi EBSQ' lgllilll' AEE!!! .W A '1' 1,1 -V 1 DRAMATIC ART ' GLADYS LYNCH FLORENCE BEGEMAN VVinner in Dramatic Contest VVinner in Declamatory Contest The department of Elocution and Dramatic Art has grown in scope and purpose, until the Work is sought as a complement to many other courses. Its aim is not alone excellence in speech, but study and appreciation of great literature, and development in power and personality of each student enrolled in the course. Each year the interest in contest work heightens and the number of students partici- pating increases. This year the value of the training received, brought over thirty contestants into the field for the honors of the oratorical-declamatory contest which is held during the fall term of the year, and twenty or more into the dramatic declama- tory contest held in the Winter term. The plays presented by the members of the dramatic class have shown such finish and fine dramatic conception and interpretation as to be ranked professional in many respects. The wide difference in the types of plays presented not only marked the versatility of the student actors, but gave evidence of the exceptional ability of the director, Miss ilVIa1'tin. Y X Page Tfwo I-Iundrrd Tlzirly three MIDWINTER PLAY, 1922 lVIrs. lN1a.rtyr , Mr. Wheele'r Mrs. Wheeler Bqbby Wheele1' Cora Wheeler Violet 'Finney Clarence . Della . . Dinwiddie . Hubert Stem . Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-four "CLARENCE" fl Comedy in Four Acts BOOTH TARKINGTON The Players ELIZABETH BIASTAIN . ELMER SCHINDLER FLORENCE BEOEMAN . ERNEST RUPPELT MARJORIE PATTERSON . . RUTH SNIDER . . CLYDE BROOKS .EIVIIVIA FRANCES CHASE . . DALE WELSCH SEMON SANDVEN Mr. Stem: 'iThis is the Charles Short I mean! Charles Short, DESERTERU' Clarence: f'Oh, that's the one you know? It could just as well be a picture of me as anyone else. 'Or Mr. VVheeler, or you." vm,-Mgr, - k- -f f Mr. Wheeler: f'What in the name of--" Clarence: "Pm afrai we have disturbed you." f PH-QF Tfwo Hundrcd Thirly-fm' A' i if 1 ffieil , . iiihx' W' -""- -'-f -, 1 jx, . . - A ! ,xg-1, , ,W , , , 7 ,, -,- my K -. - -Q, ,gk -, -QT :.,T::fi'r,:,g, Wgiq '- V . V, ' . In rj- SENIOR CLASS PLAY, 1921 HIPHIGENIA IN AUL1S" ENTIRE CAST IN IPHIGENIA CLYTEMNESTRA, IPHIGENIA, and CHORUS Page T-wo Hundred Thirty-six -V, ' N: ,, L .w c MY, coach. , X , THE FORENSIC LEAGUE Sandven, Barnes, Lynch, Welscli, Meverholz. Johnson, Scott, Smalling, Lyneh, Collins, Nystrom, Wfoodcock, Nisbet, Carnahan, Verner. President . . DALE VVELSCH Vice-President DOROTHY SMALLING Secretary . . OLIVE JOHNSON Treasurer . MARJORIE NISBET Clio-FLORENCE CARNAHAN Alpha-GLADYS LYNCH Shake-DOROTHY SMALLING ChTCStO-MILDRED VERNER Neo-OLIVE JOHNSON Zeta-MILDRED GARDNER MEMBERS Eulalian-LUCTLE Wooncocx Irving-ESTHER COLLINS Homerian-BEULAH SCOTT Ossoli-MARJORIE NISBET Philo-DALE WVELSCH ATiSt0-SEMON SANDVEN Delphian-ESTHER NYSTROM The Forensic League is an organization composed of one member from each literary society and four members from the faculty. Its object is to promote effective public speaking by providing for local and inter- collegiate contests in debate and oratory. These annual activities consist of a local women's debating tournament, a home ora- torical contest, one or two men's intercollegiate debates, an Iowa intercollegiate ora- torical contest for women, and an interstate oratorical contest open to both men and women. For these eontests the Finance Committee of the State Board of Education allows an annual bufdget of five hundred dollars. Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-sffvcn Page -- L, , -uve-i ,'., A ,-,f?,, ll MORNINGSIDE-TEACHERS COLLEGE DEBATE, 1921 AFFIRMATIVE TEAM Mary Fares, Mrs. Lucile Eernisse, Frances XVhee1er QUESTION: Resolved, That the United States should adopt the covenant of the League of Nations as it was formulated at Versailles. Decision AHi1'mative for Teachers College Negative for Teachers College NEGATIVE TEAM Beatrice Decker, Irene Brady, Anna Larson Tfwo Hundred Tlziriy-eight CORNELL-TEACHERS COLLEGE DEBATE, '21 AFFIRMATIVE TEAM X 'H Carol Stone, Ethel King, Amxzuuae Howzird J 0 QUESTION: Resolved, That the employees of industrial corporations, as such, should be permitted to select at least one-third of the board of directors. Decision Affirmative for Cornell Negative for Cornell NEGATIVE TEAM Beulah Scott, Anim Cordts, Inez XValton Page Tfwo Hundred Tlzirly-nine I,..,-..,, , .... i 1 ' 'eu ,QQQI -,:'f1f-12-55 if2'.1'lC'TIZfSfZF:C'jj'fl- 1 -1- -we '+e- -be .Y,,,:qABh- li E ,-P. --- -- A A -1 ---. l .ie f .,.,,,.....,.......,..-..........-.1.-.f an , M ,V 1 . xx 1 ,- , 3 1 ,YW N. -- f-V-f--A---M ---- -e--S-'---A-': w - L2 ,Q M.: Y-.Z , '-J., L' J., 1 l': ..""?iAL.1' Y , ee if " 'Ii 'T ,H ev., A ,,,-,,A....e1,:n2...m..,.:.w .Me e , ,F s 1 :- z"-w ix. 'ml 24+ ,,,,, ill all ll: lil lil 1 gl aus l l was lil llll lllg fll' ll pll vi, Ill ill 1-1 l l ,W ll. alll: ll? I lil Ill ,ill Elll lllll xi 1 lgl il ,li Nil lflq ull We lil' J' l ,r li -lil ill T I JV, ,ll il L W Htl lgl ,lll fsjl ilyi l l fl H lla' i ll ill i'l ml ll 'lil , l Aw l, ill r. ini 'gil ll lv il .1 ll' l , , ll aff l .1 illl la il lll ll? l T ll ll? ll 5 all ,ii i,l Page A4 -Y- v-f - 7.4 ELLSWORTH-TEACHERS COLLEGE DEBATE,"2l AFFIRMATIVE TEAM Lyle Mantor, Birss Curtis, VVillmer Willson QUESTION: Resolved, That the employees of industrial corporations, as such, should be permitted to select at least one-third of the board of directors. Decision Aflirmative for Teachers College Negative for Teachers College NEGATIVE TEAM Edward Cummins, Herbert, Pesch, Earl' Alexander Tfwo Hundred Forty ..... . ..... . .-ABQ-2, 1 , ,W e. .,,..-,..., .--,.,e..,.,,,,,e. V W . ,A...,.,1,...e,...',,...AJ,-...... '- 1 -B , ---- f -' f f-f-M--H '--rf'--1' -"" ' - 7' wwe r-ef merry' ggi-.,:,A,LZ ,,m,,-L----'-- ,, ,-La,,,,L,,,,,-LQ,,-, 2,3 xi- fl, 1, Y- -- - ... f W- ---1J-- -W ------- ' Li ' kk- T1l1'vQT3'fiT3T.qifL f4-'I,gZ .TIES ' 'l' ' 'Zen LL1lll.l1,'L5,T-jlL1-.L -.e ":'f' ,EQTTL-Qxhgf, ,, el' 'ffl Tgm ,.,,.,, ,, , .-,.,.,-..,::, Vg? , Y-' -,-.-Q-ig..,-..-..-......-T-,.-. ,. , .Y.Y,.. a ..,,, ...u l4,.,,, ....,,,,,.,..,-. V ,,,r,.... ,. ,...,7, Ye, .,. ,pug ,D ,. W, ,N 1 H, ,VV Mig.. g-h,,,A,V rig:1-:g,i::1'--.,,g...::.f:.:J.'r.:.z , ., ,' , ' J we i , 1 , f if-:Air-.-:g:.:,1gf,,:5,,,,.,,W,,,,,.,,,, . -5-:ef-ef:-nv, L-1-,,,.-.--,v.Y.-.-.J , -4 .- 4 V- -- -4 - e M' -'-- i :.-- --n, Swv, .-. , 1 V N l iZ,.,e..,.,.,.-,...-.-- - ,.-....- ' DUBUQUE UNIVERSITY-TEACHIQRS COLLEGE DEBATE, '22 AFFIRMATIVE TEAM ' Dale lVelscl1, Ivan Maxson, Ivan Fenn QUESTION: Resolved, That the maintenance of the Union shop is for the best interest of the American public. Decision: Affirmative for Teachers College. Negative for Teachers College. NEGATIVE TEAM . Earl London, Merle Francis, Leo Friis Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-one " . 1-1.-4:-'1 m rjcff? qw K ,QQ-9 xgigj-ggjgygg-jg '- , tgzgxrz? W ,.:: Q ' " '-H M -U ' 123-41 " mfg: 'S' TQ "' 5' 1e- f N 3'-. M, ,. , A - 1. ,K ..,.-- an 1111:r.:.f-e-- We ,, ,-.w.. Y W Taaffizgqffif-f.-4:-Ilfgf 13214 '-33, ' , F1 ,,' '- 1,1 1 !1I.La...,LlN-f--------:--- . aw.-,..L.,,-....,.,-.-..?,,..Y,., . , . .Yr .. , 1 .- .eh 'f....,..... A, iv- V,g,HyL,7gvJ ,I ,, E, ,.,, J .,.i V., ai- 11 ,Q-i ,Y fir INTERCOLLEGIATE ORATORY i 1 4 1 1 1 LULU PORTER! Oration, "Garyism," February 17, 1922. FRANCES WHEELER: Extemporaneous Speaker, 'iflconomic Significance of Disarma- ment." ' INTERSTATE ORATQRY VENANCIO TRINIDAD: Oration, "Americas Supreme Test." DALE WELSCH: Extemporaneous Speaker, "The Place of Union Labor in America To-day." ' Page T two Hundred F arty-tewo ZETA KAPPA PSI Founded at Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kansas, 1914 I" lower-The Violet I 1:39 kk fn - it-fi.. , 4 . E Lygyzgm x-Zi' Q-I U Motto "TO keep the lamp of learning Ever brightly burning." Colors-Purple and White NATIONAL OFFICERS Grand President-I.ULu SVVEICARD, Delta Chapter, I. S. T. C. Grand Secretary-CHRISTINE COOL, Alpha Chapter Kansas Agricultural College. Grand Treasurer-ETIIEI. VVAKEFIELD, Beta Chapter, University of Oregon. Grand Historian-MARYI STONE, Delta Chapter, I. S. T. C. Grand Editor-MARY PAULSON, Alpha Chapter, Kansas Agricultual College. LOCAL OFFICERS ANNA D. CORDTS, B. A. 1922 ...... President ANNA C. LARSON, B. A. 1922 . . Secretary and Treasurer BEULAH SCOTT, B. A. 1922 . . .... Historian MEMBERS ANNA M. ALTMAN LILLIAN BROWN IRENE BRADY AVILDA BUCK ANNA D. CORDTS JENEVIEVE CLEARY BEATRICE DECKER MABEL DEWEY VIVIAN SHEARER ENGSTROM LUCILLE EERNISSE MAY FLYNN MARIE FERGUSON RUBY GILTNER GERTRUDE HAVEN ANNE HANSON I'IELEN HINKSON JAM ES HELEN ICNAPP ETI-IEL ISIING ANNA 'C. LARSON BERNICE EDLEMAN Mc KINSTRY STELLA MAIDEN fdeceasedj EDNA ETHEL MORGAN ELSIE NARBER CILADYS NORRIS MARY PI-IARES EDNA SORENSON LULU SWEIGARD LEONA SHORT CAROL STONE BEULAH SCOTT LILLIAN SHERRARD DORA THUESEN ANNA VVILSON INEZ VVALTON VERNA ZARR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MRS. MARI-AN MCFARLAND VVALKER MISS LILLIAN V. LAMBERT MISS BERTIIA MARTIN MRS. T. G. DONOYAN Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-llzree . 1 --R--efefvf-ifi1,.. -W,.g.,,l,,.i-4- -JH ,L , , ff 3 ,--R. ,fe-, ,xg gg --f.-t,,,,, ,.,,A,4.. DELTA SIGMA RHO Founded in Chicago, April 13, 1906 C .P am- . sax 'QQ-1 A Y Fifty-two chapters in the United States. l. S. T. C. charter granted April 23, N ld. The Delta Sigma Rho is the oldest fraternity of its kind in the United States. It is composed of persons who have done active work in intercollegiate forensics. Its purpose is to actively encourage Oratory and debate. The Iowa State Teachers College chapter was established by resolution of the national Delta Sigma Rho at its meeting in Columbus, Ohio, in 1913. MEMBERS Bmss CURTIS LYLE MANTOR GLENN MOON LEO J. FRIIS VVILLMER WILLSON IVAN FENN HERLUE STRANDSKOV ROGER WILSON IVAN MAXSON EDWARD CUMMINS CARL HANSEN JOHN BARNES RUSSELL LAMSON CLYDE BROOKS GEORGE EATON HERBERT PEscH EARL LONDON EARL J. RATH EARL ALEXANDER DALE VVELSCH ROY L. ABBOTT J. Barnes, Clyde Brooks, Russell Lamson, George Eaton Herluf Strandskov, Leo Friis, Edward Cummins Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-four Page Tb-wo Hundred Forly-five flaw, 7 4- v--1-1?-'-P+:-li -Lgfifi fi, 1512-3-1 ,L " "1,t" " A' .5221 ijllluifi 7" V2- , . J, V , ,wffgg 11 fx -I 1-, W., -, ,T P, '1g11i:QrL-x..4,,, , , ,,v, ,V nv M if -L' -1-fl '3..,1" 12, U1 q1??5'i'f"34 1-ii P' ' ff-"1-if-T-'T"1-iff'-E11 -,,A --1:--w-z,2,l ., ,...- .X1....,,Y,11Xu,,.:Y,,, bad, . W , , - gym ,M 151A 111 F- --f-f - - V- ......:g:g-:Sir , , ,,,Zffg" Ag' 1 fx, 'Q Undercutting of Gower Limestone, Cedar County, Iowa.-Norton Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-six 'ml-"HV Avvi - - Q- .,L,.v:., Li, E 1 ..-n:,-,,.. . , . . UWM., , 11 .aa ff: 3, '1 , W , , , , 111 11 I1 I 1, 1 1 11 11' 111 1'1 11 111 1,1 1 ,.1 1 11. 11 11, 111', I , 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 "1 111: 1111 1 111 111 1 11.1 1,111 Y . 9 Q Q ' ' 9 I .1 S E3 Si .4 5 3 9 -Q 1 ' 1 2 P ' - .9 1- 'S :P - , .3 1 9 I ffy f 4 ff ,, r " ' ' C 5 lm -1 1 1 C , 1 ,X 1 Q ' C Q N 1 1 -Q- i 4 1 1 2 1, N Q ' 3 Ualnhfalmlnlclnhfalmialahh ahhhisMnlnhMnMni ln' Q SQ?" 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' V I ' 'Q 1' , 5 f f527',r 1' ' "-" ' '1 , 1 1 I I I ni xXx. , ' ' ' ' ,. ' K IX A . I .rl y x Mr V . 1, W, , V . 'I I' ph' '- 'ul I I IV , X fs Kwik I V-fx ' ': NT-" ' '- ' Q uin ' H1 I HE history of the real lowa State Teachers College can never be written. We may pic- ture her beauty of campus and buildingsg We may number her wealth in brick and irony we may assign her place and power in the counsels of education. Yet these 'do not typify the real alma mater which is enshrined in the hearts of her loyal alumni.. The real T. C. is the composite of the many personali- ties which have lingered in her hallsg of the many ideals which have sought realization under her inspirationg of the noble accomplishments of her sons and daughters who were trained in mind and hand through her class-rooms and laboratories. VVhat, then, can more fittingly represent the Teachers College of 1922 than living personalities-young men and women selected from all parts of the state and Without its bounds, because they typify, in character, scholarship, and ability, the districts from which they come. Then turn the page and allow us to introduce you to the members of the Iowa State Teachers College Senate. They were chosen by their respective constituents, through popular vote, to represent their eight state districts and the country at large. All honor to our senate-may the best one wield the gavel! Pays Trwo Ilundred Forty :wen we T""'l Q 0 LD G 0 Lyj f Page Tfwo' Hundred Fifty "Genius is the capacity for lzarcl work. H I MICHAEL ANGELO. HI will study and get reaclyg and then maybe the chance will Gnome. N - ABRAHAM LINCOLN., Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-one YESTERDAY AND TODAY ON HOMECOMING, OCTOBER 29, 1921 The family reunion is an event ever to be treasured in blessed memory. The par- ticipant in such experiences finds out before long that for him alone such -opportunities are not to occur very often, as some developments appear to make such renewals very limited. It is only when the old home is dismantled and the cause for the reunions is gone that full appreciation of the importance and the value of such chapters in life are fully recognized. Experience in life is a great teacher of mankind as it leaves as a reality that there are never again any days like the old days, never again the freedom possessed in youth and student life. There is in reality no such a satisfying thing in human expression as an actual re- union. It is beyond the possibility of securing. It is beyond the development of imag- ination to construct. It is beyond the capability of humanity to obtain. In fact there is no such a thing in human experience, even if there is such an idea in human language. There may be some here to-day that were students and teachers here when the work of the young school was confined to the rooms in the old building in the quadrangle. There may be others here who enjoy the days when South Hall was new and Central Hall and North Hall were the home of the school. There are others that do not begin so far back in history but are conscious of the continual changes that have occurred as time has passed and necessity required the increase of capacity and the enlargement of equipment that appears to-day. All these would like to see again the old views, the well-remembered faces belonging to the past, and have the privilege again, just for a day, to recite to their former instructors, to mingle in the old scenes and to renew old and blessed- friendships. But those belong to yesterday and not to to-day. lt is well that real honiecomings, real reunions are impossible because every sane and morally worthy person prefers to live in to-day rather than to be relegated into the yesterday. Every ambitious soul lives well to-day in order to be ready for a greater day called to- morrow, as thereby he finds himself prepared for things that in the Providence of God are to be because they ought to be. All progress is a consequence of immortalized life that exists in the souls of men. God gives them power to think, to plan, to construct and to execute so that improvement is a fact and better days are to come. He who be- lieves in God's guidance to mankind, trusts implicitly in His leadership, and walks the way of life with confidence, accepts the inspirations of good men as glorious and serves righteousness with gladness of heart and cheerfulness of spirit. Change must comeg new, ambitious students must crowd these halls, new standards of scholarship must be accepted and justifiedg new ideals of character and personality must be realized and a new and more glorious civilization must be created. The wise man would not have such a program stoppedg the prudent man would contribute cheer- fully to the rapid outcome of such idealism, the honest man would enjoy paying his debt to humanity and to civilization. HOMER H. SEERLEY. Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-ifwo 'W' nf" """"' if ' " W f " -' ' 'f' f ' ' -H .4324 THE SECOND ANNUAL HOMECOMING Perhaps one of the' most beautiful pictures a man can gaze upon is the picture of his happy associations in the past. Whexi familiar scenes are viewed again and well re- membered faces seen once more, sweet recollections of the days gone by obscure the fascinations of the present. This is the spirit that permeates every reunion. It was the spirit that permeated the Second Annual Homecoming at Teachers College. In spite of the unfavorable weather that interfered somewhat with the program of the day, the 1921 Homecoming was a real success. Hundreds of the alumni responded heartily to the summons of the occasion. It was a true family reunion, a mingling of youth and age, of students and professors. The doors of all society halls Hung wide open for the reception of the homecomers. The whole community joined in extending hands of welcome to the guests of the day. Stores and houses were decorated, and signs of welcome, noticeable everywhere, were truly expressive of the hospitable spirit of the hosts. Indeed, the hard efforts of the Student Council, with the cooperation of the student body, literary societies, faculty, Cedar Falls Commercial Club and the Whole com- munity, could be crowned with no higher compliment than the telling success of this homecoming. Every face beamed with great satisfaction, and every heart throbbed with the same wish that the next Homecoming be crowned with the same success. V I V Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-three Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-four N i g 0 Escape Criticism Do nothing Say nothing Be nothing l'1l.I!I'1Il'l' lllllilmlllb I I ll llrfl'1':f If Page W, ,. , . V V 'A' 1 Tfwo Hundred Fifty-six THE TVVENTY TOOTH CLASS The 'Twenty Tooth Class are a hundred or more, A few words for some of them just three or fourg They'1'e all up and coming at meal time we'd say, At making a living they're well on their way. Deep-toned Russell Lamson's namesake's a hotel, His Twenty Tooth classmates say he wears the bel And leads them to pasture and back home again, And barks for Old Gold and eats beans with a pin And Bliss Anna Cordts with a freckle or two, Ne'er finds an opponent she can't outdo, She'll orate, and berate, get irate and smile, Get lessons, get blessin's and smile all the while. And that chap Hovorka who is Frank and suave, Finding hairs in the butter gave it a shave, However he's no little shaver, we think, For difficult tasks he sure puts on the blink. And young Trinidad has an island somewhere, Yes Trinidad Island we're sure it is there, A spot on the map but where we forget, But Trinidad Island there is one, you bet. Now, time and space fail us to speak of the rest, VVe're not even saving we mentioned the best, We'd like very much to mention them allg llffay good fortune to each one freely befall. ' T TREBOR 1, DYTRIQHGUAD Page T-wo Hzuzdrrd F1 ly sf-vm THINGS VVE'D LIKE TO SEE AT T. C. The notices on the Bul- letin Board. l S . . . X An automatic chin wiper g attached to the drinking LETINB0 fountain. A Rb w L: Traffic police stationed at U - the Cross-roads. Fer1-y-boat service in the tunnel. f" ff M : The person who could re- form chapel. ' 4, X T Freshman subjects open to X fi I Seniors. X ,fi -2 The time when good 5 F ' , A X 9.1 , sense will supeistde the L- ,far ca a og. 1 rim ::'?:" 1' QSC? if 1 V E am SXV 3 V 1. ' . ' v ' e N I 2 'wa I 2" 9 5 LW if i 2 f I I 4 ff ,Z -fl ux-'ja X .-.J-1 -.ff 2 -ll 'rr X ' -E -Q X- cf-- X 'X N, -S 2 Q -'J-3:-P f 1 ' f .esrfag - 5" T Q'??' '- ' f' 41155: T 5,421 1 gf jf f 7 I ' fiififf' - .2-WV ,393 ' f ' Page Tfwo Hundred Fifty-eight ECHOES FROM THE MANUAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT NIABLE A. HANAN Brown is my teacher, I shall not want-any more instruction for a thousand years. He leadeth me up to a decrepit 2:44 and telleth me to carve therefrom a clothes stick., He maketh me to reorganize a dissected jack plane. Yea, though I put the blade in upside down and it rippeth up a furrow like unto a gang plow, yet his words of Commendation they comfort me. ' . He tryeth to eradicate stupidity from my system. Yea, he striveth daily against my ignorance and lo! success crowneth his efforts for now I can tell a spoke shave from an auger bit and behold, I know how the wind maketh a windmill to go 'round. He maketh me to be exact in the presence of mine enemies, even unto lfI600th of an inch, and when I desireth in my heart to throw the post maul Qmallet?j at him he shrinketh not from his duty and lleeth not away. Selah. He maketh me to cut my fingers on tin cans. He maketh me to saw boards until "that tired feeling" in my arms passeth all understanding. Surely rip saws and hammers will go with me all the days of my life and I shall work on this everlasting nail box forever. 'MX XXJLX 5 Mel x l I ' f t fl E? I 'exif gm' X l AL of -ewes-I-TQ! W I li 5 li K ii y I fyff' "A brandon Hope F ff W ,jifjfr ll All Ye Wno rr so or " I r EWAHWH .T in 1 l V2 41,72 , Q Pngf Tfwo Hundred Fifly nine VVho are the blanks in the Ofhce to whom the Registrar so often refers? Gladys Lynch: f'Mrs. VValker, may we have a party Mrs. VValker: "VVhy, certainly not. Those are study hours." Gladys: HVl7hy, what are they?" "What do you think you are doing with this skeleton, Martha ?" Martha johnson: "1'm boning for a quiz." Student: "Herr Fagan, this is Herr Brockmanf' Mr. Fagan: "Oh no, not Herr Fagan. I'm Hairless Fagan." Mr. Schindler: "I don't believe I deserve an absolute zero." Monday night after your lecture?" Mr. Goetch: "Neither do I, but that is the lowest mark the Ofiice allows me to give." Inquiring Reporter: "VVhat's the matter with the College Eye ?" "The Head-lining of the Editor." Mr. Getchell: t'VVho made the first nitride?" Kaltenback: "Paul Revere." Rachel Fabrick: "They say a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." John de Neui. "I-Iuh! I've got some birds on my hands that ought to be back in the bushes." The say "money talks." t'Quite true: if it only wouldn't say good-bye so often? ry' kv '11 52-P.-41 L i i S 'N D gi fb X4 f J f' sr i ss. ef 3 s C X jimmy' ix N 'Z i Q if . ' -' T ' 1 f- f-2:-" ,L'Z'-Q'-"T, T A f llll K." ,, 'H N ,T "' llxlf F if 'XX I sv 'hz' ,-,-.f.-ff ll xX 1l"14?-4 L V ,f eo , A l -is Q' J fn' Tb X7 v W E 'T Q X E 1 x 1 4x - :E A2 i t , Q W I X 's l at ... 5 Lf st- I' lg .'vQi?1illQll'i'.7. . .... -. I I j T ik -' vip W by 1 1 T if 7 NJ gg NJA' X X Jr ,- Q tl 'nz a GQ ff si N X F Ahkaffgqgizjzl ' Helen and Russell VVin in Track at Senior Picniv! Page Tfwo Hundrcrl Sixly I Q r Page Tfwo Hundrfd Sixly-one EVERY COLLF JE Neee55orz'ly Depends Upon In Former Smelemts .emel Alzzmm' to send it a large proportion of its students. The nearly 6,500 Alumni of Iowa State Teachers College have an immeasurable inHuence when it comes to determining whether young people shall attend college and where they shall attend. We Appeol to You to do your best to send us worthy young people who are willing to become and capable of becoming first class teachers. The College Is in session all the year. Secures positions for all who are prepared. Offers opportunities to prepare for any kind of certificate. Leads in Educational Standards of the United States. The Summer Session begins lVIay 31, 1922, and at the same time Extension Summer Schools will be held for twelve weeks in five other cities of Iowa. Help U5 Ge! the Tozmg People Info College Iowa State Teachers College H. H. SEERLEY, PRESIDENT, CEDAR FALLS, IOWA Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-lfwo College Hill Delicatessen To the College Men and Women: F or your after-show Luncheons, ancl reasonaloly' priced Meals at all times, call on us. Picnic Lunches a Specialty Harold Anderson 2020 College Phone 645 .4. X18 f' R C' O 1 :Q I ' -Q" O X K ef-'-' I Qs f NV X 7 " 2 g JH 4 ,- X 1 - gy f . l ,M JF K rob tl! I F - I fwf f,f A ,XIZXKJ X If X01 ' Q 1 f f f A v , :WI Lu JQQA 5 f-'C iw F-. may FIGHT, FIGHT, LOCOMOTIVF, Fight Fight Fight Fight! Fight Fight Fight Fight! Rah Rah Rah Rah! Rah Rah Rah Rah! Fight Fight Fight Fight! T. C. Fights! Rah Rah Rah Rah! T. C. Fights! Page T1-wo Hundred Sixty-Zhrae O funk - I ANY A coop LOQKING ,gf MAN oWES HIS REPU- TATION TO MANHATTAN SHIRTS. THEY ARE of THE ELITE IN FABRICS and PATTERNS anal TAIL- ORED TO me TOP NoTcH of EXTREME NICETY. ALEXA DER 1 I f"f MRM , .jwggai mx ff HIRTS ILLARD St I once had a cute little puppy dog But that was years ago T. C. was an infant then But my how she did grow! Her maiden name was Normal School Her men were nice and tall. They' didnt need a janitor then For the dresses swept the hall. There was no race to get your place For there was food enough for all. But isent it strange there is many a change Since Hector was a pup. They had some funny' ways compared to nov'- a-days. The fnrbeloyvs they now disclose make everyone one Slf up But isnt it stran e there is many' a change Since Hector yn as a pup pup pup Since Hector was a pup. swim aa a Q a fi Q aa - E l l f Y f' N il' 5 Q Y I fe B A , L C' '4 P " " "b:ogu""" if ' A- Y 5' 4 ,.r I gi' ff , Z -' , 543 f X A Z fy I Q Z i I Y gr Y Y 0,- Page T-wo Hundred Sixty-four ,l -QNX. r GENERAL A Gateway to Progress There it stands-a simple forty-foot gateway but unlike any other in the en- tire world. Through it have come many of the engineering ideas that have made this an electrical America. ' The story of electrical development begins in the Research Laboratories. Here the ruling spirit is one of know- ledge-truth-rather than immediate practical results. In this manner are established new theories-tools for fu- ture use-which sooner or later find ready application. The great industries that cluster around Niagara Falls, the electrically driven battle ships, the trolley cars and electrified railways that carry millons, the household conveniences that have relieved Women of drudgery, the labor- saving electricol tools of factories, all owe their existence, partly at least, to the co-ordinated efforts of the thousands who daily stream through this gateway. General Electrici General onine Q Q H1 P any scnelfifgfldy, 95-486F Page Two Hundred Sixiy-ffm' Qiallty and SCTVICC Special School Prices R A DUBBERT SPORTING. oooos When You are Planning P ICN ICS SP READS or PARTIES G0 TO SNIDERIS This Store of Service and Chiiality can supply you with GROCERIES, MEATS ATHLETIC GOODS and SPECIALTIES ZI6 Main Phone 522 CEDAR FALLS 403 Main St. Phone I69 In old T. C., in old . ., " L The men were six feet tall, The girls were sweet, demure and neat, Their dresses came down to their feet. 'J I T The men were our protectors then: " We felt quite small and Weak, -. or Women s iights, we took no Hights Z I ld T. C. C ' n o X 42. ly it I Next come maidens of to-day 3' Nlade to picture those most gay, N Youth is charming, is't not true? V Who could answer if not you? I NTm?IU W Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-.fix 7 hlyl I E I I Q9 1 . , N 65 FLOWERS FOR VVIFE MOTHER SWEETHEAFQT NOTHING TAKES THEIR PLACE ALWAYS SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BANCROF T Store Phone 39 Office Phone 44 Q5 Hs J I I I if V v 4-3. . fig? My kg- Q -Iviipigvlggiiaf 1 if ' ', p VA. FN X ye' - ni, rfb I 'Q 0 1 Q I . 'N 1 .J ' 'Q' X X W I Q . "We're for l. S. T. C." BERG DRUG C04 The Rexall Store Cor. 4th and Main St. CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 'ff f A ,...:." IL . T EPT E2 ' 5 Ji ff f ii? e If we 4 if I 5 ZW' f , :if -VI ff I XG . -IIIII . '- 9" "III f + III , 51' I. M ,ig "III-I 3? A . 121 In 1 h !!!g. I U :J-B - V X f W- 7 fe---1 W j X 4 : '- K "MW ff f 1 ff, E 1 I .,.- er ' E V W ' CAFETERIA RUSH! I sat iln my class room at noon-day, By the clock, I was watching the hour, Then I sprang from my class room unmindful When 'the long hand lowered south-eastward, Of those who more slowly proceed, I collected my muscular power. I dropped from third floor to the basement, I strapped up my books and my pencils For my soul shouted out from within. "On your marks, young woman, be ready! If this race against hunger you'd win!" "Get set" was the next signal shouted. And I sat there, poised forward, you know. just waiting the last Welcome signal, VVhen the 12:20 bell would say "GOI" And ran with a great burst of speed. Though I lost all my books and my pencils, And my hairpins I scattered along, Yet by tripping a few fellow-racers I drew up ahead of the throng. Page T1-wa Hundred Sixty-sewn RTLETT H LL ' . Q . . Cafeterla Dlnlng Room Firsi Class t Excellent Cafeteria Board by Service YE' the W eek just a little curl, a little rouge, just a pair of flapping overshoes, just a dress with skirt abbreviated And Syncopated time appropriated. Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-eight VVith this for winter attire, we wonder what the summer season will bring. lf WX W To All Men of l.S. T.C. 1+ 1 A 5 YA, WHY Do EifF'jggAEa? Leave Your N Y f rares t HAIR and Aj' N MV N X WHISKERS S gig Q laik with CLYDE 5 M KJ 5 COLLEGE HILL Y Qfjlp- BARBER SHOP FIND THE ANSVVER! 5 Proprietor SPRING, I 922 We now have on display our entire line of Apparel for Young Men 'El H. N. ISRAEL Clothierland Furnisher Your Mail Orders We make a specialty of equipping teams in Baseball, Football and Basketball Togs LET US QUOTE YOU PRICES WE MAY SAVE YOU MONEY Mail Orders for Books of Any Publisher Promptly Filled CROSS 8: C0. Cedar Falls P g Tfwo Hundred S CALENDAR OF EVENTS Page "Gifts that Lastn I i WV 'iff' X Are especially lb .IT KEE pf' N appreciated for ' ' zijn ,FM Cllummenuzment ann THE Mtfgjjgg webbing Presents KEQKX - .LEAF fff I ancl are best bought and Y M most easily selected at Bl X-X CHASE'S 9 if if V JEWELRY STORE K U 31 l lVlain Street Branch---ZZI6 College Street THE ANSVVER! April 15. April Russell Lamson takes starry observations through a lensless telescope. lklr. Trinidad while observing the heavens experienced the pull of grav- ity and saw constellations. April Hans Andersen held up for grade points. April Frank Hovorka, Leo Friis, Hans Andersen, and Louis Van Loh took lessons in aesthetic dancing from bliss VVild preparatory to May Day festivities. May Certain Juniors went lllay-basketing through Bartlett Hall corridors. May Helen McCreery is unable to keep the Wolfe from the door. Mayf Leila Woolvertoii decided to have her tombstone made of graniteg in- tense heat decomposes limestone. June Sacred precincts of the college oHice were entered and record books were borrowed for inspection. June Appearance of lllr. lVIeyerholz's fan. Summer is here. August Leo Friis introduced to lVIiss lssippi. Next Week: lVIinister: "This is your lawful wedded Wife." Shirley Scott: 'KPlease to meet you." August Elmer Schindler made his debut as pall-bearer in Hamlet. August Bill Berry tied a string around his head in order to know how far to Wash his face. Tcwo Hundred Seventy Photographs L5 19 5332 2 Q he D1Sf1HCt1OH VE T CH 512 Mm fu K Maker of Pidures you will be proud to show and give your friends PgT II dds ty H I'm pure, I'm true, I love my Church I leave my pleasures in the lurch, Ild Hght to study, cram all night, I hate all wrong and love the right. There's hope for me-I strive to learn. I'rn a grinding, striving old bool-:Worm I'm a Worm-worm-worm. I'm old, 1,111 bold, I've got raw hide, I eat up volumes by rny side. I never dance, I hate to date, Don't want to marry, guess it's fate. I'd rather read, and read, and learn, The other sex I loathe, I spurn, rr l ll A GOOD STUDENT VVILL STUDY is xv I AN Y W HERE Qgsxgil ii ATQQSSQR 'ff 4 xp Q , f X NN 'A ' X F 7 f I'rn a worm-worm-worm." ' I , IIllwrrnullllllllllllllllllll K A I I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr.-.. 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Latta's Penmanship Copics ,,.,.... 45c 850 25c 30C 20c How to Teach the Primary Grades .... 51.40 National Geographic Magazine .,........ 53.00 School Arts Magazine, per yr., ,...,..., 53.00 Marion George Primary Plan Books, per set, 853.50 Cten volumesj LATTA,Mo Cedar Falls, Iowa , I.S il Page T4-wo I-lzmdrcd Scfvcnty-tiwo v I 'X a 4 s f Z1 film September 8. Paul Draper entered school, so did the rest of us. September IO. School discovered that Paul entered. September 14. Big men's "tix" in gym. MLICII paddles. September 20. Seniors are watermelonized at the Golf Links. September 21. Howling Hundred and Rooting Thousand organized and terrorized the natives. October I. Complete suffrage in force, two feminine yell leaders. Florence Carnahan and Florence Begeman sworn into office. . October 8. Dwight James bobbed his hair. October 9. Paul Draper advertises for a wife. October IO. Miss Schuneman addresses T. C. girls on the subject, Hlnferior Decorations." ' FOR PRINTING TI-IAT IS GOOD Neat and Constitutions anci Jqttractive By -Laws qbrograms Societystationery Stationery Window Carats cUisiting Cards GO To etc., etc. THE DANNEVIRKE PRINTING CO. I ZII Main Street CEDAR FALLS, lA. Phone 210 jlveln' milf? Bnwn Gfnwn - Genuine Snruire g Alumgz Cfbpvn Page Tfwa Hundred Sefvcnly-tl1rc'e We Plead zzjlfy To Serving More and Better Quality Meals than any other Restaurant Short Orders Our Speczkzlfy The ullegsz Zinn Serwre mm' Qzzczlify Also Fancy Fruits and Groceries Breadcake I Milk and Cream t We Have Me Onfy Soda Fozmmzh on Me Hz'll l Fancy Ice Cream High Grade Candies Pg T H d d Sffvenly-four Pagz' Two Hundred Se-wnty STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE THE SIGN OF A AND GOOD SHO ES EMBOSSING SHOE The A co Woolverton Printing Company IN CEDAR FALLS ON EAST FOURTH STREET DAYTON BUILDING TRADE A A AT HEADQUARTERS ITS SAFE BL S The Students Engagement is Pressing WATERLOO, IOWA P T Hundred Sefvenfy-.six VAN CLEAVE it "f" ' . , 2 Commercial Photographer g r and Kodak Finisher f CEDAR FALLS. iowa A . A JII Kodak Finishing . EDI-Wing p V U Flash Light Work 4 Tv Group Work ,,,,,,, -ggi We use Eastmanis Projeetion 5 I Printer for enlarging WMM i ii 5 Send ur y0ur M 1127 Orderr October 29 November 3 November ll November 12 November 26. January ll. January 20. January 26. Homecoming. Faculty see themselves as others see them. ,Seniors excursionized to the Profiteria and then extraganized by buy- ing score cards at the Upper Iowa-T. C. game. Carrie Watson founded an Information Bureau. Several spectators suffered from displaced vertebrae, as the Philo flew their kite. Chapel flourishes. Armistice Da Hans Anderson delivers his master iece "Tribute to I 7 America." Paul Draper coaches Menderihall on football. VVe eat Turkey. Carrie Watson offers a course in rook. Ranging from low bass to high falsetto, Trinidad broke out with 4 America's Supreme Test. We trust that it is not contagious! Keith Cook manufactured some hair tonic which Frank johnson mis- took for home brew. After three weeks' intensive training, Clyde Brooks makes his first ' appearance as a terrible saxophonist. Pagf Tfwo Hrzndrfd Szrufnly -SFWEII -1 - 1 i ' TN 1 .4 Toning Men f 1 . . lr- 7 1 Thls store IS for you. ? 1 We 1HV1t6 you to Come 1 'e f in and inspect our tog- 5 gery for young men- I I gl l 5-lil' ' W ly' Q SlZ'l'6ZZfb7'd Clofhes 1 l Cczmpux Tags , l li I . , I See us for the new things at all times , 1 N W" . U, U, Carfax' Falls' Lfzrgexz' Clotfziers f iw .fame Q fnfffwfy, 1 1 f I DoTsoN- KERWIN How One Bird Fooled Another KIRK OLSEN Mgr. February 2. Paul Draper threatens to contest the Senatorial election. February 5. Prof. Hart comes to chapel to display his new moustache. February 10. February 1-l. February 15. February 16. February 17. February 18. Setting: Faculty Room, at tea. Time: Shortly after staging "Clarence" Y Prof. Wright Cto Ruth Sniderj: "How do you do, lllrs. VVilson? Ruth Snider: l'VVhy .... it was not real, lllr. VVright." U Carrie Watsoii clubs the Social Science Club with a speech on Internal Improvements. The Junior Class attends a Bob Party in the Gym. Chapel continues to languish. H. E. CI-Iarrietl Van Pelt dances the "Hoola" Hoola. Florence Carnahan is baptized at Chapel as Florence Carnation. .Page T1-wo Hundred Smmnly-fight Start the Season Right Donlt spend your time guessing. Guessiug is gambling and every time you gamble you Worry. Whell you place your orders with us you eliminate the guess- Work and Worry. Townsend di Merrill Co T MILLER SHOE CO. KLAUS TI-IOMSEN Relz'ez6z'Zz2'y Slggg M5l1Fs12?:gL:H of R6PW'f'f'Wg 319 'Main Street Cedezr Fallr Opposite Campus W. 23rd St. I I-I I EB ER Cameras and Films Toilet Goods Stationery Sodas and Sundaes R h Pet Candies HIEBER DRUG CO. Qelpmpia Cllanhp 5Kitn:ben Home-made Candies Sherbets Ice Cream and Orange Pudding in Bricks Bunte's Diana Candies Elks Chocolates Iohnston Brazils and many others The Place of Qzealify 4th and M5111 fgfjgii Tfwo Hundred Eigl ty Sena' Your Koalalg Finishing czncl Enlarging io Glnllegv Hill Siuhin 2208 College St. Phone 680 CEDAR FALLS - IOWA VVhy some folks have such gobs of hair And some folks heads are all but bare, Nobody knows or seems to care. VVhy some folks knock and shout and dare To chatter loud most everywhere, Nobody knows or seems to care. But if a girl should only dare To become one of a happy pair, There's one whoyd know and one who'd care. We Want You To Feel at Home At this bank the officers are accessible and approachable, ancl are always glad to give their time to the discussion of sound business proposals of a nature which will promote the interests of clients without infringing on the banlis invariable rule of "Safety First." CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK Resources Over One Million Dollars Payc' Tfwo Hzindred Eighty-one New Summer I-Iats NOW BEING SHOWN AT BICKENBACH'S MILLINERY 2 BIG STORES A Cedar Falls Waterloo GASAL BROS. Co. Electrical Contractors We carry a complete stock ofaiiEiectric:1lAppiiances 419 Main St. Phone AISI THE NOVELTY GIFT SHOP G-I-F-T-S FOR EVERY OCCASION Indian Moccasins China Glass Sweet Grass Baskets Mahogany Memory Books Birthday Books Stationery Novelties Graduation Books, etc. The "CENTURY" Certihed Edition Sheet Music i5 cents per copy A complete line of popular sheet music NELSON AND LOYER CO. Phone 325 415 Main Street Don't Try to Save at the Expense of Your FEET Cheap Shoes and Poor Fitting THE CAUSE We Have Fitted Shoes For Twenty-four Years Scientyfcaliy Widths E to aaaa--Sizes 2 1-2 to 9 VISIT OUR NEW STORE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME BOYSEN SHOE CO. CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 305 Main Street Repair Shop in Connection Page Tfwo Hundred Eighty-tfwo DR. E. J. CABLE E XE: QQ X Nw ss R 2 , . is ezsfi-fm - K ,QQ-s,x.-.ms - OS sz . - . - 5" :Sf3i5W, ? C". s, 'siege if A BOOSTER FOR BETTER ATHLETICS Dr. Cable comes out and encourages the teams about eve ry night fzoios UIQ! Please J. and 5. STUDIO FRED OLSON ' Phone 483 519 Main PJI-H d,d1I'l JV TI-IE PUMP FOR HOUSE OR FARM A Cedar Falls Product USED EVERYWHERE VIKI G PUMP co. CEDPESWZM-LS WHO KNOWS? DO YOU? VVhere a man can buy a cap for his knee? Or a key for a lock of his hair? Can your eyes be called an academy Because there are pupils there? In the crown of your head what jewels are found? VVho travels the bridge of your nose? Could you use in shingling the roof of your mouth The nails on the ends of your toes? Could the crook in your elbow be sent to jail? If so, what did he do? How can you sharpen your shoulder blades? I'll be darned if I know, do you? Could you sit in the shade of the palm of your hand? Or beat the drum of your ear? Does the calf on your leg eat the corn on your toe? Then why not grow corn on the ear? Now do you know, who knows? Page Tfwo Hundred Eighty-four HA KEYE IH Portland Ce Success in Concrete Const r Assured by Use of 'cHaw,5eye QQYGLAWQ Affways 3 X lf :- ee -if N0 'T NS An Iowa lj Product for E Iowa Consumers Yifaweeye Portland Cefnen h DES IVIOINES, IOWA CHE uction Cenzenl ' ' Dependable z' Cofnpany P T I-Iddfljf For YOUR PARTIES 1Ns1sT ON CROWELIQS ICE CREAM Zffilffff CEDAR Recenlly Inslallea' ffnalwles gs la arry cz arge Assorlmenl of ICE CREAM The BLUEBIRD TEA RCOIVI sl U f' ,I ' . J, m.,QiQ- ff , nf rg- ,uh 1 .. 54-'9-'04 P f fo'r.."o.?"g-"Q" . ' - I - 5 I ,. III Q, 1 GOOD SHLi1I-:EET 409 MAIN ST. HoME COOKING Your Zenefl Pl'l0I1e I College St' Jfung len 'ilaunhrp Call for and Cash Delivery I I6 W. 4th St. Phone 85 COLLEGE TRADE SOLICITED ASK Those Who KNOW They will tell you that for GROCERIES, FRUITS ancI Table Supplies for Light Housekeeping B A R R I G A R'S HAS THE Gooos W. II. JEFFERSON BAKER Y M cor. 21StP:S1Ni0gTie streets H 4 dE'gly' Page Tfwo Hznzdrrrl Eighty-.veizen The Friendly Bank CEDAR FALLS NATIONAL BANK FARM MQRTGAGE LOANS We have on hand at all times a number of attraotive Iowa F arm Mortgage Loans, divided into notes of 5500.00 and above CEDAR FALLS TRUST COMPANY , IQUE CLEANERS mfr! DYERS You Know the Reputation of the Unique Cleaners Phone 209 324 MAIN ST. Give Us a Trial Goods Callercl For and Delivered E. G. BOYD, Manager 1-Intel Blackhawk For a Good Room and A Good Place to Eat Special Afienfion to Banquefs MAKE THIS YOUR HOME WHILE IN CEDAR FALLS 4 illiarinelln Shop MRS. F. SECHLER 151113112 174 ROOMS OPPOSITE HUGHES DRY GOODS STORE for A Home A FARM AN ACRE A LOT THAT IS - REAL ESTATE of Genuine Ualue TALK TO C. O. LAMSON Phone 707 or 2226 WATERLOO, IOWA THE G. 81 C. FRUIT STORE F RUITS, CANDIES S H E R B E TS ESKIMO PIE Yours for Service :: Stop at ihe Corner 23rd and College Phone 605 Once a Freshman was wrecked on an African coast, Where a cannibal monarch held sway. And they served up that Freshman in slices on toast On the eve of that very same day. But a terrible vengeance came swift with the act, For before the next mornin 'twas seen gy By cholera morbus that tribe was attacked For that Freshman was terribly green. Page TL-wo Hundred lfzyhly nzne The one thing that interests ana' touches every lzfe in the Economic relations of man to man is BUSINESS Every one no matter what his occupation, must' meet others in a business Way. VVhy then, Should not a portion of everybodyls eduucation be devoted to this universally needed preparation? Don't think of a business education as mere coaching for some small job but a preparation for the larger duties of real life, so that you may the better till your place and reap the reward that the great economic World has in store for those Who are prepared. GATES WATERLGQ BUSINESS CQLLEGE is a real Educational Institution devoting its attention to giving young people a thorough training in the essential things of a usable education that fits into your life Work. Nlake this education a part of your training for life. GATE COLLEG i WATERLOO, IOWA Pa e T Hundred Ninety It will Come Back Clean You Send it to ITZE DYERS CLEANERS LAUNDERERS We Thank You for Your Patronage if . Phone 303 IZO-122 Main I CEDAR FALLS If You Live Out of Town, Mail It I ,ff i l V. .1 A , I A nfff al fc ...M t . I - r al ii fl? - V' N 'l l' .2i'f,f'f1'f. -Q' l.9W?l1f,3g.BI15 lf :ii a .ma wt .5542 at it iiigjfflrilfl. iiiEl'lfiif Elllllll','.' ti 1 ii .,E'-7151325 ig. Qfiifign at 3lfE'22IQl5i'i l -' 1-f 1157: ll ff QT Ee 1.2 , ' il I 3 'f1"ig """ .Sl 'E' . V 5' ., Qi, For Your Society, Sorority and Fraternity DINNER DANCES, PARTIES, and INITIATIONS Let Us Quote You Prices First HOTEL RUSSELL-LAMSON OUR MOTTO Live, Love and Die is our motto. As you can't live without loving, you canlt love without dying, itls a pretty reasonable program, when you figure it out. CALEN DAR OF EVENTS Clyde Brooks added two words to his vocabulary, "suppressed desires"-total 23. Dale Welsch petitions the faculty for the privilege of skipping the thirteenth spelling Nov. 27 Nov. 30 test after having had the fourteenth. Dec. 1 Chapel languishes. Dec. 10 VVe discovered that Mr. Tu is only one. Dec. 15 Mrs. VValker runs the piano out of the Old Ladies' Gym. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 20 Mr. Condit directs students leaving Tuesday night on the morning train to meet at the cross roads at 2:00 A. M. 5 Anna Cordts and Grace VVilliams return to continue their education after spending a vacation in the OLD GOLD Office. 6 "Scarcely" Beacom mistakes the tunnel for a 'lovers' lane. lf Prof. Lamson gives an examination in School Disorganization and Mismanagement 2 in the absence of Prof. Buffum. 15 Setting: Clawson Hall iHerb Cook cleaning the roomj flohn Lucas entersj "Moving in or moving out?" I'Ierbert Cook: "Moving out". 18 Prof. Fullerton addresses the Rural Teachers of Iowa on his f'Slanderization tests in Feb. Music." Feb. 19 Students see themselves as the Faculty see them. Feb. 20 Chapel suffers a serious relapse. Feb. 20 Birss Curtis starts a Studio in competition with Van Cleave. Page Tfwo Hundred Nincly-one HEADQUARTERS FoR ALL STUDENTS' SUPPLIES W Special Attention Given to Mail Orders on Supplies and Fountain Pen Repairs iw BERG DRUG Co. College Drug and Book Store CEDAR FALLS, ICWA Page Two Hundrcd Ninety-thru' Fon UP-TO-DATE P H O T Q imma- FLI T " The Thoiographerii Phone 184 WATERLCO, IOWA Wherein iize Saving Lies Saving in buying is not measured in dollars and cents alone. The after-saving is What counts most. The longer service, the satisfaction of having the best, the assurance that your purchase is up-to-the-minute in style etl. all should be considered. This store offers you alvvays every advantage of our better facilities for procuring merchandise of the highest standard of merit and is ever ready to Make gooci any possible ciefeci or error HUGHES DRY GGODS CO. Two stores, College Hill and 219-221 Main St. CEDAR FALLS, IOWA Tfwo Hundred Ninety-four on 7 Y , ................. ....,, 'J vaigigu. ,-is ,.,a. .sim 1. - . 5115 ff- --ff' m',.:sfs1s, - : : - -4-:4..s!a..:f.fF,1 . df..-5' Q 'I - - by , Y, f if - g ilfgiist U,-3 3 gash-N-W 2 u Qin-ijfpgivg, , ,, - D L" j ' ' ' if nt lbliwqflg 1 x ' I iff. 4 if :lu x ,f 1 ,FAX , ?' tg f, l I - j .eggmn M 5 . -ml 1 Qi Hxk .-2 5 : Wm QXXQAL. 6 jx I . Argyll , , .gg il Vrlli LE ' ' A 1 :Q SUPRE v1ACY For the past fifteen years the Educa- tional Department of the Bureau of Engraving, "Inc., has been collecting a vast fund of information from the ex- periences of hundreds of editors and managers of Annuals. This data covering organization, financ- ing, advertising, construction, selling and original features has been systematically tabulated and forms the subject matter for our series of reference books. These are furnished free to those securing "Bureau" co-operation in the making of engravings for their books. Begin Where others have left off. Profit by their experience and assure success for your Annual. . BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. soo SOUTH FOURTH STREET MINNEAPOLIS ax V 50 Page Two Ilznzdzrd Nnzfty mmm THE ECONOMY ADVERTISING COMPANY Jlffasier 'Priniers This Annual Printed by Us March 17, 1492. Editor, OLD Gow Dear Madam: I am glad to have this opportunity of expressing my approval of your meritorious effort to have elevators installed in our college buildings. As your grandmother has no doubt told you, I came to this college a handsome young man with beautiful straight white pearly hair and long black curly teeth. I wore a small narrow kid shoe, size 11, width double L. But now- Backward, turn backward, oh Time, in they flight My teeth they are filled, and my hair's out of sight! I'm no longer handsome, like Russel Lamson. And my shoes they would fit almost Mr. Samson. You can see how I feel about this elevator business. If elevators had been installed in the Auditorium building when I came here I would probably not be more than hlf as old as I am now. Moreover, the constant running up and down stairs has increased our grocery bills to such an extent that I have been unable to save any money out of my salary-or anybody else's salary. And now, as the fat man said as he climbed the barbed-wire fence, I'll touch on a few more points and then I'm through. My heart has been beating constantly almost all the time since I came here. I have consulted all the animal husbandry experts at Ames and they have unanimously pronounced me a staircase. From my point of view as a teacher the most important reason for my wishing to have elevators installed in this college is this: Each term I have several students whom I wish I didn't have. I don't think it right to chloroform them or put 'em in the coal hole or make them get married. VVhat to do with them perplexes me. The elevator would solve my problems. Some morning I'd go out and tell the elevator operator not to stop at third floor, but to go on up and let those folks off on the roof. And then I'd pray for rain. There are many more things I'd like to say, but my heart is beginning to beat again. The plumber has put three new valves in it since I came here. I'm afraid they can't save it. VVith a fluttering heart, I remain Your friend, VV. B. F. Page Two Hundred Ninety-six Feb. 22 Seniors had the privilege of meeting George and Martha WVashington at Tea which made the occasion very pleasant for usually: There is nothing in afternoon tea To appeal to a person like meg There is little to eatg VVhat there is, is too sweety And I feel like a cow in a tree! Feb. 25 Robbery at Barnard Hallg Two clothes pins held up a shirt. Feb. 26 Chapel pronounced as overstimulated by student announcements. Mar. 1 College Eye Election. Hans Anderson, Herluf Strandskov and Celeste Armstrong swept the day with overwhelming majority. I Mar. 2 Dale VVelsch was warned by Mr. Barnes to leave the girls alone. Mar. 3 Chapel gradually grows weaker. Mar. 4 Lamson and VVelsch favored the Seniors with their t'VVar Dance". Seniors dis- persed at 11 P. M., 1922 A. D. fAfter darkj Mar. 5 Classes dismissed for funeral-Chapel died this morning. Mar. 6 T. C. beats Upper Iowa U. Frances and james yell-leaders had a sore throat. Mar. 7 john Lucas becomes customer and designer in caps and gowns. Apr. 3 Faculty menls play got across big! Bender specializes in vampiricityl A ditty hlls a little space, Altho it is pretty small And oftentimes, as in this case, It has no point at all. PAUL DAVI H Dry Goods Co. f OUR IDEALS Better Education Better Business Methods Genuine Service to the A Community WATERLOO : IOWA ALL COLLEGE N EWS D A I L Y IN "College and Campus" department OF CEDAR FALLS DAILY RECORD Page Tfwo Hundred Ninaly-srwelz y TO MISS BERTHA MARTINHS READING 5 i OF TENNYSON , Today through you we heard Englandls laureate lil l Tell of King Affhl1f,S life, a noble thing dl' Shared with those of his royal court we sing '3 i As immortal since he gave them place and date. N , Wi 1. P Your voice,-"the voice of melody" innate, i Renders the classic Idyls of the King 177 ln utterance that holds a clarion rinv i , lb Eli i And a vision which clears the heart of hate. ii' Q When Life gay or weary drops his weird mask, wig l I , . ' v . ,Q y Fiom heaven s happiness this mead ue ask.- lliay Beauty in some supernal domain Greet us in notes here we heard your voice sustain ffl i Vlfhen magic Expression with exultant soul M E E e ry E Announced,--"lWy fine art now attains its goalf, lly 1, Il l' i, l JENNIE SHEEAN. i x ui ii' li ll: ll Hi f Mi ,Wi all H3 y THE COLLEGE EYE STAFF 1922-1923 W wry ' il , ' ,ly V LN , ,,, Fl 1 l l ,lil ' HANs ANDERSON CELESTE ARMSTRONG HERLUF STRANDSKOV p In this election the college is again assured or a real college spirited paper. We i Wish them good luck. Page Tfwo Hundred Ninety-eight Ahunertizera' Ilnhex Trade with Those Who are Appreciative of the College Not only does the College appreciate the loyalty of the Cedar Falls, Waterloo, and out-of-town corporations, companies, and individuals in advertising in their of- ficial yearly publication, but it realizes that they who advertise therein are aware of the benefits of such a large institution in a community. CEDAR FALLS Bancroft's Greenhouse Barrigar Grocery Store Bartlett Hall Cafeteria . Berg Drug Co. . . Bickenhach's Millinery Black Hawk Hotel . Blue-Bird Inn Boysen Shoe Co .... Cedar Falls Daily Record Cedar Falls Ice Cream Co. Cedar Falls National Bank Cedar Falls Trust Co. . Chase's Jewelry Store . Citizens Savings Bank . College Drug R Book Store College Hill Barber Shop . College Hill Studio . College Inn . . Cross's Book Store . . Dannevirke Printing Shop Delicatessen . . . Dotson Sz Kerwin . Dubbert Sporting Co. . Fong Lee Laundry Co. G. It C. Fruit Store . Gasal Bros. Co. . Hieher Drug Co. . . Hughes Dry Goods Co. . Israel's Clothes Shop . J. 8 S. Studio C . jean's Cafe . IefIerson's Bakery . . Latta School Supply Co. . Page 267 286 268 267 282 289 286 282 297 286 288 288 270 281 292 269 281 274 269 273 263 278 266 286 289 282 280 294 269 283 273 286 272 Marinello Shop . Miller Shoe Co .... Mitze Cleaners 8: Dyers . Nelson 8: Loyer Co. . . Olympia Candy Kitchen . Snider's Grocery Store Teachers College . Thomsen Shoe Shop . Townsend S Merrill Co. . Unique Cleaners . . Van Cleave Studio Veatch Studio . . Viking Pump Co. . . . Vllillard R Alexander Co. . Wloolverton Printing Co. . VVyth-Lamb Shoe Co. . . . VVATERLOO Black's Dry Goods Co. . Buchanan Optical Shop . Flint's Studio . . . Lamson, C. O. Realtor . Paul Davis Dry Goods . Russell-Lamson Hotel . . . Gates VVaterloo Business College Our-or-Town Bureau of Engraving Minneapolis, Minn. . Economy Advertising Co. Iowa City, Iowa . . General Electric Co. Chicago, Ill. . . . . Hawkeye Portland Cement Co. Des Moines, Iowa . . 289 280 291 282 280 266 262 280 279 289 277 271 284- 264 276 276 276 286 294- 289 297 291 290 295 296 265 285 Page Tfwo Hundrfd Ninrly rzznr Oh, T. C. secure and calm on the hill Overlooking the city below, With a dignity born of a dominant will Of the masters who taught long ago, Oh, the heir of their fortunes, their wisdom and worth, Let thy spirit ring true as of old, For thou shalt win glory from the children on earth, ' Through the daughters and sons of thy fold. Let us sing and rejoice with a gladsorne heart, For the days we have spent in thy halls, Though in sadness we turn from our school friends apart As our paths lead away from thy walls, Till the sun shall yield forth her life-giving flame, And the stars in thee heavens grow cold, We shall ever do honor to thy fair name, As the daughters and sons of thy fold. I I III III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,II Autugraphz I I .5 dw-44 07 146601. H460 7.01. Z"J"6ffa.."c"I I I- -1 r I :M 2 0 2 ax YJ-0-1101 , J, A at ,willy L51 QIFQYAL71. 4.VVV , WM Mwfi 22 I muy xi K fif,-11-fTM4fQ-'SIJYEEM' . 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