University of Rochester College for Women - Croceus Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1936
Page 1 of 162
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Text from Pages 1 - 162 of the 1936 volume:
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running the four distinct phases of its cycle and
then quiescent, symbolizes well campus activity.
Quickening life . . .the promise of future Springs
... it betokens, and therefore, it is ever meaning-
ful. lts color, croceus, vve have used as a cohesive
force running throughout the book, binding to-
gether the diverse interests of the students.
As background, vve have interpreted in modern
guise, fixed traditions . . . Azariah Boody, his
covv, the good dog, "Prince," rolling pasture
lands, and campus. And it is right that they be
but setting, for they are significant only in
Again, vve have limned Cutler lower against the
pages of the book . . . a prophesy of future days.
For it best represents the present Woman's
campus. Called into being to meet the demands
of the vvomen students, it is the distinct contribu-
tion of our generation to the symbols identified
with university life.
To WILLSON I-lAvEl.ocK COATE5
for quiet simplicity
cmd d distinguished mindm
tor tolerdtion in dll things...
for gentle humor...
for oil ot these
dnd for triendship...
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DANDELIONS . . . NO COWS . . .STUDENTS
PEE WEE. . . SAY SO . . . PHYSIOGNOMIES
TID BIT. . . DITTO
WHAT'S DONE... AND HOW.. .AND WHEN . . .AND WHERE
GOVERNING . . . BANOUETING
HIGH LIGHT. . . SPOT LIGHT
A.iNfi., DD., LLD.
Dr. Rhees, unanimously elected to the presidency on July 6,
1899, assumed oiiice on July 'i, 'i900. Rochester has grown
under his leadership, irom a small, liberal arts college to a
university including the arts colleges, schools of music and
medicine, extension and summer divisions, and increasing
graduate worl4. l"le started with a college oi small financial
resources, and is leaving a university with one of the largest
permanent endowments in the country. l-le has enlarged and
enriched our faculty, our library, and our curriculum. l'le l1dS
been honored with degrees from Amherst, and from Colgate,
McMaster, and Toronto Universities. Now at the end of
fliiffi'-live years of service, we thank him But more than l1iS
cademic and financial achievements for the university, FTIOVZ
n his own scholastic achievements, his fine friendliness hd
n e has been to us We hope that as he goes on, memo
ochester will enrich his life, as he has enriched 0
6 . . . . . .
the . . . . . . . S
endeared him to us. We hanar him For himself, forthe inspifd'
tio h , ries
of R . . . . - urs,
Whom We welcome sincerely as he becomes
President of the University of Rochester.
Whom We admire as an educator both in
college curriculum and in the art of living
WALLACE, MERRILL, BRAGDON,
REED, COBB, BEETON, DILMAN
VAN DE WALLE, TAYLOR,
WILLIAMS, MULDSHALL, DE WICK
JONES, BERRY, HUTCHINSON
HOOK, FRENCH, FAIRBANKS
SLATER, DUNKEL, CURTIS, PRATT,
ESPY, GRACE, GOLDTHORPE
OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION
COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
RLISI-I wits, AM., DD., LL.D. President
xjiyiigvl-IAIXA E, WELD, PI-LD., LL.D. Dean oi time College of Arts ancl Science
ANNETTE GARDNER MUNRO, ANI., Ll-IT.D. Dean Emeritus, College for Women
HELEN DALTON BRAGDON, ED.D.
ARTHUR SULLIVAN GALE, PI-I.D.
ISABEL KING WALLACE, PI-I.D.
MARGARET WITI-IINGTON, BS.
RLITI-I A. MERRILL, ED.M.
KATHERINE BOWEN, AB.
RUTI-I O. BEETON, AB.
Dean of tlwe College lor Women
Eayerweatlwer Professor ol Mathematics
Vocational Counselor for Women
Eresliman Aclvisor, College for Women
Lilorarian, College for Women
Director ol Cutler Llnion
Registrar of the College For Women
Assistant to tlwe Dean oi the College for Women
IVIARGUERITE REED Assistant to tlwe Registrar oi tlwe College For Women
HARPER SIBLEY Religious Counselor to tlwe Y. W. C. A., College For Women
THE FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
RUSH RHEES, A.M., D.D., LL.D. President
CHARLES HOEING, PH.D. Dean Emeritus of Graduate Studies
Professor Emeritus of Latin
VICTOR J. CHAMBERS, PH.D. Dean of Graduate Studies
Charles F. Houghton Professor of Chemistry
WILLIAM E. WELD, PH.D., LL.D. Dean of College of Arts and Science
Professor of Economics
ANNETTE G. MUNRQ, A.M., LITT.D. Dean Emeritus of College for Women
HELEN D. BRAGDCN, ED.D. Dean of College for Women
ARTHUR S. GALE, PH.D. Dean of Freshmen
Fayerweather Professor of Mathematics
LESTER Q. WILDER, A.M. Assistant Dean
Associate Professor of English
HERMAN L. FAIRCHILD, D.SC. Professor Emeritus of Geology
HENRY E. LAWRENCE, A.B., D.SC. Professor Emeritus of Physics
RYLAND M. KENDRICK, A.B. Munro Professor of Greelc
CLARENCE K. MOORE, PH.D. Professor of Romance Languages
JOI-IN R. SLATER, PH.D. Gilmore Professor of English
WILLIAM D. MERRILL, PH.D. Professor of Botany
J. PERCIVAL KING, PH.D. Professor of German
EDWIN FAUVER, A.B., M.D. Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education
CHARLES W. WATKEVS, A.M. Professor of Mathematics
JGHN R. MURLIN, PH.D., D.SC. - Lewis P. Ross Professor of Physiology
DEXTER PERKINS, PH.D. Watson Professor of History
EWALD EISERHARDT, PH.D. Professor of German Literature and of History of Art
DONALD B. GILCHRIST, A.B., B.L.S. Librarian
JGSEPH H. FQTH, PH.D. Professor of Economics
ROBERT A. MAC LEAN, PH.D. Professor of Classics
HAROLD L. ALLING, PH.D. Professor of Geology
ALFRED H. JGNES, PH.D. Professor Ol RIIIIOSODIWY
T. RUSSELL WILKINS, PH.D. Professor of PhY5IC5
NEIL C. ARVIN, PH.D. Professor of French
C. LUTHER FRY, PH.D. Professor of Sociology
EARL Ev. TAYLQR, ED.M. Professor of Education
if Director of Extension and Summer Session
EENJAIVIIN H. WILLIER, PH.D. Professor of Zoology
GEQRGE C. CURTIS, A.M. Deane Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature
RQTH CLAUSINQI pl-ID, Professor of Economics
y:,i,,flLLARD R' LINE, PH.D. Professor of Chemistry
WILLIAM BERRY, PH.D. PrOf2SSOr Of PSYChOlOsY
,IQHN E. HQEEMEIS-lER, PH.D. Professor of Geology
J. DGUGLAS HGQD, PH.D. Professor of Zoology
HUGH MAC KENZIE, PH.D. Professor of History
ARTHUR J. MAY, PH.D. Professor of History
RALPH W. HELMKAMP, PH.D. Professor of Chemistry
DGNALD W. GILBERT, PH.D. Professor of Economics
WILLIAM E. VAN DE WALLE, PH.D. Professor of Philosophy
JAMES D. MC GILL, PH.D. Professor of Government
SHERMAN C. BISHOP, PH.D. Professor of Geology
HAROLD B. PIERCE, PH.D. Professor of Physiological Chemistry
.l. HAROLD Professor of Education
LEE A. DU BRIDGE, PH.D. Harris Professor of Physics
WILBUR D. DUNKEL, PH.D. I' Roswell S. Burrows Professor of English
RICHARD L. GREENE, PH.D. Professor of English
FLGYD C. EAIRBANKS, AB. profggggr gf Physics
EWALD P. APPELT, PH.D. Professor of German
QUENTIN D. SINGEWALD, PH.D. Associate Professor of Geology
QRTHUR A. SUNIER, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry
. RICHARD LUNG, A.M. Assistant Professor of Mathematics
wilalfcflnl-ll2l2lEl2f AP- Assistant Professor of Physical Education
VIRGIN N H. CQATES, PH.D. Assistant Professor of History
IA MGSCRIPI pl-l-D Assistant Professor of Latin
ELIGT D. Eiurcninson, RHD.
HERBERT o. ESPV, EDD.
Atonzo o. oRAcE, PH.D.
LOUISE fx, HILL, PHD,
KARL H. scHNEREL, RHD.
HAZEL J. WILBRAHAM, AE.
ETHEE E. ERENcH, Mg,
DARPA J. Hooic Ms.
iyifRynfRRD E. cfxsswy, Ein.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of Education
Assistant Professor of Education
Assistant Professor of Erench
Assistant Professor of German
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor of Zoology
, A.M. Assistant Professor of Religion
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JOHN T. SANFORD, PH.D.
GRIFFITH W. WILLIAMS, PH.D.
GLYNDON G. VAN DELISEN, PH.D.
RAY G. DAGOS, PH.D.
RALPH D. TITTSLER, PH.D.
WILLIAM E. DLINKMAN, PH.D.
JOHN J. GERGEN, PH.D.
OLGA P. LONGI, PH.D.
DELOS L. CANFIELD, PH.D.
PALIL PIGORS, PH.D.
CARL K. HERSEY, A.M.
EDWARD J. FOYLES, SC.M.
ETHEL L. CLALISEN, M.D.
THEODORE F. FITCH, A.M.
ELLIOTT A. MAYNARD, A.M.
WALDEN MOORE, A.M.
LLIVILLE T. STEADMAN, PH.D.
EDMUND S. NASSET, PH.D.
ADRIAN BLIYSE, PH.D.
SIDNEY L. GLILICK, JR., PH.D.
SPOFFORD H. KIMBALL, PH.D.
RALPH W. MAROLIIS, PH.D.
SELINA MEYERS, PH.D.
ROBERT E. WALDEN, A.M.
JESSIE W. HOSKAM, A.M.
MARY E. MARSH, PH.D.
MALCOM D. DAGGETT, A.M.
HENRY N. DE WICK, PH.D.
WILSON MICKS, Docteur cIe I'I.Iniversite de TouIouse
ROBERT A. PRATT, PH.D.
GRIFFITH FB. PRICE, PH.D.
CORNELIA D. TAYLOR, PH.D.
HOWARD G. HARVEY, A.M.
ELSE H. BOCKSTRLICK, B.S.
MILO L. WOOD, A.M.
EDWARD L. HLIBLER, PH.D.
HENRY S. LEONARD, PH.D.
CHARLOTTE H. HOCKINS, A.M.
Assistant Professor of GeoIogy
Assistant Professor of PsychoIogy
Assistant Professor of I-Iistory
Assistant Professor of PhysioIogy
Assistant Professor of BacterioIogy
Assistant Professor of Economics
Assistant Protessor of Mathematics
Assistant Professor of French
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Assistant Professor ot SocioIo
Assistant Professor in the I'Iistory of Art
Director of the Museum of NaturaI I-Iistory
Research Associate in ZooIogy
Instructor in Music
Instructor in ZooIogy
Instructor in Government
Instructor in Physics
Instructor in PhysioIogy
Instructor in Zoology
Instructor in EngIish
Instructor in Mathematics
Instructor in Economics
Instructor in German
Instructor in Economics
Instructor in German
Instructor in Physiology
Instructor in French
Instructor in PsychoIogy
Instructor in French
Instructor in English
Instructor in Mathematics
Instructor in PsychoIogy
Instructor in French
Instructor in PhysicaI Education
Instructor in English
Instructor in English
Instructor in Philosophy
Acting Instructor in English
Flash . . . 'l3O young hopeluls in new class.
Freshman week . . . Frosh learn Facts ol Ccollegel
Frosh mixer. . . opportunity knocks for the belles of
lnitiation . . . freshmen get the works, none dead
but many injured.
Freshman-Sophomore Breakfast . . . lrosh much too
clever For bewildered sophs . . . auto showroom
used as hide-out.
Sorority rushing . . . dazzled lrosh giddily whirled
in mad round of pleasure.
Mid years . . . frantic students cram desperately.
'llulep Time" . auburn-haired freshman takes
Freshman Class otficers
VAN METER, ANCONA
A ANN AIKMAN MS
'a:Qg..i2N .ADAIR ANCQNA MS
.gs - 1 , A IIIARGUERITE ARTHUR Arts
'HLENE RORTER BARNES MS
--CEL SLIE BASTIAN MS
ILQRIZNCE ADALINE BATES Arts
itgfiid ELEANOR BEEBE Nursing
siRNA ,JANE BENNETT Nursins
SHIRLEY VIRGINIA BERTQLETT E Arts
:IJARIE ETHEL BESSEY MSSII. Ensf.
IJARJORIE LOUISE BETTVS Arts
ISIARGARET ADELIA BIGNALL Arts
I'i.'.yRT'ICE AUGUSTA BLATCHLEY Arts
I'v'IfXRY LOUISE BOSWORTH Arts
IIHEL LUCILLE BOURNE Arts
MARTHA ELLEN BRADFORD Arts
DORIS SARAH BRINSIvIAID Arts
MARGARET BRUNSSEN Arts
BETTY BULLEN Arts
JANE RATTY CARHART Arts
JEAN ELIZABETH CARR Arts
LUIS JEANETTE CARR Nursing
LAURA IRENE CASHION Arts
DOROTHY LYON CHARIN Arts
EDITH HARRIET CHARIvIAN Arts
RUTH LQl5 CHARLES Nursing
ROSEIvIARY ANNE CHERRY Arts
lRENl5 HQLCQMBE CLARKE Nursing
MYRTLE vALENA COLLINS AIIS
I:IfILIvIA RUTH COGNEY Arts
IIJIARIETTE LINCOLN CORRINGTON Arts
BARBARA JUNE COSTER Arts
RUTH RHYLLIS COvELL Am
ROSE NELLIE CRISCUOLG Arts
BARBARA JOY CUIvIIvIINGS ASIS
RUTH JOSERHINE DAWLEY Arts
AGNES LOUISE DEAN MS
IIJARJORIE DENINGER MS
JOSERHINE DE STEEANIS MS
DIARY CATHERINE DICK MS
ELAINE ELEANGR DODGE MS
NORMA MARIE DOELL QMS
MARIE RATHARINE DUBELBEISS Arts
SHIRLEY GARDNER DUTEMRLE Am
Residence City Address
Rochester 184 Alexander Street
Rochester 65 Alameda Street
Carthage 424 University Avenue
Qssining 424 University Ave.
Rochester 22'l Denver Street
Rochester 20 Seneca Rarl4way
E. Aurora 424 University Ave.
W. Bloomfield Kendriclt Hall
Rochester 227 Aldine Street
Rochester 'l95 Harding Road
Rochester 2 -lralalgar Street
Batavia 440 University Avenue
New Rochelle 424 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 78 West High Terrace
Rochester O9 Crosman Terrace
Rochester 'l33 Genesee Street
Lyndonville 424 University Ave.
Rochester 969 Monroe Avenue
Rochester 128 Crosman Terrace
Rochester 'I4O Rockingham St.
Canandaigua 424 University Ave.
Batavia 41 prince Street
Rochester 35 Wilson Street
Rochester 83 Hawthorn Street
Exeter, N. H. 424 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 69 Milton Street
Rochester 237 Sherwood Ave.
Little Genesee 58 Brighton St.
Rochester 70 Ferndale Crescent
Rochester 'l'l97 l3arl4 Avenue
Rochester 'l Q1 Woodland Dr. R.D.4
Qneida 440 University Avenue
Rochester 4 Schauman Street
Binghamton 4'l Prince Street
Rochester 'l34 Milton Street
Rochester 2512 Ridge Road W.
Rochester 36 Weld Street
Rochester 392 Norton Street
Rochester 'll64 Genesee Pk Blvld,
424 University Ave.
'l052 Dewey Avenue
125 Windemere Road
Galt Rarlt, III. 424 Univ. Ave.
Cal l icoon
MARY ISABEL DWVER
LEoNA EVELYN EBELSTEIN QE
JEAN HELEN ENNIS MS
EuNIcE LILLIAN EVANS ARIS
HANNAH LOUISE EANG ARIS
RUTH EMILY FIELD MS
JEANETTE RoSE EINI4 MS
JANE RATHRYN FINNERAN Arts
VIRGINIA EGRB MS
ELIZABETH FORQUER ARIS
GEORGIA WILDA FOWLE ARIS
MARGARET IoNE ERANcIS ARIS
NANCY GAY M5
MARGARET ELIZABETH GRAHAM ARIS
JEAN ELEANOR GRAVES ARIS
ALIcE MARGARET GREENE ARIS
JOANN POWERS GuGGENHEIMER ARIS
HELEN JGSERHINE HAGSTRGM ARIS
HELEN HGWE HARRIS ARIS
HELEN VIRGINIA HEGENBGREER ARIS
RUTH ALTA HENRIcH ARIS
EMMA JULIA HGLLINGER ARIS
SHIRLEY i-IOWE HOUSTON ARIS
MARTHA ELGISE HULEK lXlUl'SiI'1Q
SHIRLEY HARBIE JAcI4SoN ARIS
JEAN JAEEESGN ARIS
BEVERLY JENSEN ARIS
DOROTHY JuLIET JGHNS ARIS
LILLIAN JUNE KAPLAN ARIS
CHARLOTTE MARY KEELING Nursing
ANN SHERARB KELLY' ARIS
JEAN SouLE KENYON ARIS
BEATRICE KATHRYN KILLIR ARIS
ETHEL LILLIAN KLEIN Arts
DOROTHY SUZANNE KLEINBERG ARIS
ETHEL LouISE KNIGHT Arts
MARJORIE KNOPF Ms
MABEL BGRGTHEA KYSOR ARIS
JANIcE LEMBKE Arts
SYLVIA RUTH LEVY Ms
RUTH LuNGER MS
ELIZABETH ANN LUSK NIIRSISS
BGRGTHY BEWITT MAcoMBER Arts
MARJORIE LGUISE MATHES Arts
JANE IRMA MEYERS MS
Geneseo Kendrick l-lall
Rochester 40 Thayer Street
Rochester 83 Adams Street
Rochester 58 Lake View Rark
Rochester 167 Grand Avenue
Rochester 80 l-lighland Rarkvvay
Rochester 330 S. Goodman St.
Rochester 20 Brookside Drive
Montclair, N. J. 505 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 65 Wellington Ave.
Greenland, N. l-l. 41 Rrince St.
Rochester 35 Riverside Street
Rochester 293 Seneca Rarkvvay
Rochester 3 Bradburn Street
Rochester 321 Seneca Rarkvvay
Rochester 916 South Avenue
Rochester 48 Werner Rark
Rochester 317 Aberdeen Street
Rlainville, Mass. 41 Rrince St.
Middleport 424 University Ave.
Rochester 179 Renhurst Street
Rochester 311 Aberdeen Street
Rochester 125 Monteroy Road
Rochester 548 l-ludson Avenue
Rochester 330 Aberdeen Street
Rochester 21 Culver Road
Rochester 48 Tremont Street
Rochester 387 Troup Street
Rochester 49 Brockton Street
Rochester 92 Maplehurst Rd.
Rochester 175 Rosedale Street
Rochester 243 Roslyn Street
Rochester 905 Park Avenue
Rochester 36 Bengal Terrace
Rochester 174 l-lazelwood Ter.
Rochester 3 Milburn Street
Rochester 407 Meigs Street
Rochester 3535 Elmvvood Ave.
Rochester 13 Rundel Rark
Rochester 193 Croyden Road
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S EDITH MOLINT
R11 RALILINE IDA MUELLER
I RRIE MARIE MURR
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.'f1.Rt- ELIZABETH OBRIEN
-f 'HN ELIZABETH PARKES
.Ii-RN FRANCES POTTINGER
-IEANETTTE THATCHER RADDER
,Ir-1,NtE STELLETA RAMBO
ERISA MARIE REITH
tiiSI2IS ETHEL RERENTER
IRANCES ALBERTINE REVNCDLDS
ELINICE ELIZABETH ROBERTS
MARY CATHERINE RUSH
EILEEN MARY SCHAEFER
i't.f'iAR,IQRIE MARY SCHEFINGER
MAYME ELEANGR SCHIFINCD
HELEN ADELAIDE SCHLEGEI.
EUGENIA TITUS SHERIDAN
BILLIE VIRGINIA SMITH
ANN MARIE SNYDER
MIRIAM LOUISE SWEETNAM
MARJCDRIE ELINOR TAGGART
EUNICE MURIEL ULLRICH
MARCEARET VAN METER
ELIZABETH MARJCDRIE WALLACE Nu
'.IIf IRCnINIA ANN WEST
LUCY MAY WHITE
I 'I.I' MARGARET LUCILE WILBUR
I-II 'ARI' DUDLEY WILEY
QIHARGARET RQGERS WILLERS
I-'MNA GRACE WILSQN
ELIZA BETH JANE WINCHELI.
IA-WE HZCLCOTI Nu
Rochester 396 Westminster Road
Richmond I-IiII 494 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 70 Turpin Street
Rochester 'I230 Rortland Ave.
Rochester 6 Qiiver Street
DanviIIe, Va. 596 Monroe Ave.
Rochester 683 Jehferson Ave.
Corning 424 University Avenue
Rochester 479 Eiower City Park
Rochester 303 Dartmouth Street
Rochester 73 Brooktieid Road
RikesviIIe, Md. 424 Univ. Ave.
Newark Kendrick I-IaII
Rochester 'I50 Gardiner Ave,
Rochester 19 Shelter Street
Lake Bonaparte West Webster
Richmond Hill 424 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 749 Arnett Boulevard
Rochester 'I'I0 Troup Street
Rochester 'I93 Cypress Street
Rochester 2'I'I Summit Drive
Rochester 343 Avenue B
Rochester 'I39 Eimdori Avenue
Rochester 'I'I32 East Avenue
Rochester 33 Cottage Street
Ashtabuia, O. 440 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 1938 I.ake Avenue
Rochester 73 Austin Street
Rochester 374 Court Street
Lockport 424 University Ave.
Rochester 50 Meigs Street
Rochester 'I00 Monroe Parkway
Sacket I-Iarbor 4'I Prince Street
Eulton 424 University Avenue
Rochester 'I889 RortIand Avenue
Fredonia 440 University Avenue
Brooklyn 424 University Avenue
Rochester 4 Qntario View
Rochester 239 Mulberry Street
Rochester 47 Erion Crescent
Rochester "I'I7 Edgemoor Road
North Rose 554 Woodbine Ave.
Rochester T Qiiver Street
IN THE CLOISTERS
EACLHG THE SLTLLH-
LOOK WHAT THE
WIND BLEW LH!
IS THE WATER WET?
THE RLAYEUL KIDDIES
THE SORHS IDEA OE
TWO MORE . . . QOH
WELL, THEVTEE JUST
HOW'S ABOUT A
THESE EROS H
TI'IE STUDENT LOAD
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Flash . . . September 1934 . . . Rochester.
New crop ol verdant Freshmen for output as
l"lectic initiation . . . Ellis lsland costumes.
Retaliation . . . Soplws lcidnapped . . . imprisoned
in attic . . . returned plus mercuroclmrome.
Wily Froslw elude Soplws . . . breakfast safely in
Regular epidemics of exams preceded by tense
Sophomore Class OHICCVS
MARTIN, McoLAsHAN, KLON'CKf
MORGAN, GILL, VAN DEUSEN,
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x PELQRES ABRAMQWITZ Arts
'- -RDI..-Xi'tr'i Arts
ici IRENE ALBQRN Arts
.PYLQITTQ FRANCES ALDRIDGE Arts
-QNQR ALEXANDER Arts
ii R CQRELANO ALLYN Arts
tits? ANGE Arts
.,lIir"XIXl BROWNELL ANTHONY Arts
ETH MABER BAILEY Arts
PNLFIINE GAYLQRO BAKER Nursing
,'.',-KR,IQfIRY ELIZABETH BARBER Arts
FIWNA MAE BARS Arts
ITJCILLE MARGARET BEAL Arts
I t..R f 'IS HELEN BEAN Arts
LILLIAN BENZ Arts
HELENE RUTH BERMAN Arts
I 'tr.f 1lLOREO CAROLINE BETZLER Arts
SYLVIA BLACK Artg
BQRIS WILLIAIVISQN BQHACHEK Arts
LILY VIRGINIA BGNDI Arts
ELEANQR BREEMES Arts
,P-NNETTE BRIGQS Nursing
BARBARA FRANCHOT BROWN Arts
MARJQRIE PAULINE BROWN Arts
DCRCTHV BEECHER BURTQN Artg
CQNSTANCE ANN CARIVIAN Artg
SHRLEY SELMA CQHN Arts
HELEN BENNETT CQLE Arts
ELEANQR CQLLIER Arts
THERESA MARIE CQTTCNE Arts
HF RRIET MACAEEE CRQSS Arts
i.'r?RIfL.NNE CURTIN Arts
H9-ZEL MARIQN DEUERLEIN Arts
SQTNIERED FRANCES DINSIVIQRE Arts
QABETH ARISTINE DODD Arts
Residence City Address
Rochester 10 Morris Street
Rochester B2 Rockingham Street
Qntario Kendrick l'Iall
Rochester 400 Wellington Ave.
Rochester 373 Barrington Street
Rochester 67 Rark Avenue
Rochester 422 Bay Street
Easton, Ra. Kendrick Hall
Amsterdam 424 University Ave.
S. Byron Kendrick Hall
Rochester 18 Aetnersold Street
Rochester 415 Avenue A
IVIacedon Center Kendrick Hall
Rochester 320 Titus Avenue
Salamanca 424 University Ave.
Brighton R. D. No. 2, Box BB
Appleton 424 University Ave.
Rochester . 450 Avenue A
Rochester 164 Rinnacle Road
Rochester 171 Deerfield Drive
Rochester 499 Broadway
Attletnoro, Mass. 424 Univ. Ave.
Ithaca 424 University Avenue
Rochester 719 Rarsells Avenue
Hornell 241 Alexander Street
Rochester 47 Colby Street
Rochester 219 Ravine Avenue
Rittstord Kendrick Hall
Rochester 2B Lakeview Rark
Corning 424 University Avenue
MARGARET LOUISE DOERFFEL
RUTH MARY DONISH
DORIS KATHERINE FELLOWS
JUNE MILDRED FOY
MARYA STELLA FRYCZYNSKI
ELIZABETH JEAN GALLOWAY
PHOEBE REYNOLDS GIFFORD
BARBARA JUNE GILL
JANET LILLIAN GOELTZ
RUTH BEATRICE GOODMAN
D. JANE GORSLINE
HELEN RHODA GROVES
JEAN MADALENE HARDING
LUCINDA JANE HAZEN
RUTH ELIZABETH HENION
ALPHA DELINDA JOHNSON
BETTY FRANCES JONES
BETTY MARIE KEARNEY
MARGARET EVA KELLNER
MIRIAM ELSA KLONICK
NORVAL HENRIETTA KRAMER
ELSA PHILLIPS LAW
FLORENCE ELIZABETH LYDDON
JUSTINE MARGARET LYNES
GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MCCARTHY
MARGARET F. MCGLASHAN
MARGARET KNAPP MCGURK
EURIE MARIE MCWILLIAMS
ELIZABETH ANTONIE MARK
ELISABETH ANNE MARSH
ELEANOR MARJORIE MARTIN
HELEN MARIE MARTIN
EUNICE LILLIAN MILLER
LOUISE ELEANOR MORGAN
GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MORLEY
KATHLEEN MARY MORRISSEY
SARA ESTELLE MOSHER
INI u rs i n 3
QaI4 RarI4, III. 424 Univ. Ave.
Rochester 64 Maria Street
Rochester 'I22 Asbury Street
Bayonne, N. J. 424 Univ. Ave.
Jamestown 424 University Ave.
I'nIarIowton, Mont. 424 Univ. Ave
Whitesboro 424 University Ave.
Medina 440 University Avenue
CaIdweII, ISI. J. 380 Raines Raric
Rochester 85 Park Avenue
Rochester 89 Brunswick Street
Warren, Ra. 424 University Ave.
Auburn 42 Grosvenor Road
Rochester 233 Denver Street
Rochester T40 George Street
Rochester 424 University Ave.
Rochester 'I532 Culver Road
Rochester 290 Canterbury Road
Rochester 28 Ericsson Street
Rochester 915 Chili Avenue
Wauwatosa, Wis. 78 I-IoIIywId
Rochester 64 Southern RarI4way
Rochester 295 Sherwood Ave.
Rochester 630 East Avenue
Rochester 576 I'IazeIwood Ter.
Rochester 538 Linden Street
Rochester 68 Dale Street
Rochester 77 Sidney Street
Rochester 297 Coiumbia Ave.
Rochester 36 Edgemont Road
Rochester 'II5 Windemere Road
Livonia Kendricic I-IaII
Northviiie 424 University Ave.
EUNICE LEONA MOSTKOv Arts
MYRA MOSTKOV MS
ELEANOR NICHOLSON Arts
KATHERINE CAROL NOWACK Arts
RUTH RARKER OAKLEY Arts
MARION EVELVN O'CONNELL Arts
BARBARA RUTH GLSAN Arts
JEAN HARRIET ORBAKER Arts
ALEBA RUTH PARKER ARB
ELLEN SHEEEIELD RATMAN ARIS
ANNA PICCARRET O Arts
JUDITH JEAN ROWNALL Arts
MARY ELEANOR RUEEER Arts
HELEN MARGARET OUIGLEY Arts
MARY BARBARA ROMIG Arts
MINNIE ROSEN Arts
IRMA HARRIETT RUBENS O Arts
GRACE AUDREY RUNALS Arts
MARY ELIZABETH SADDEN Arts
SUSAN BELLE SALE Arts
STELLA SCARDINO Arts
EUGENIA CATHERINE SCHEID Arts
RUTH LUCILE SCHLGSBURG Arts
BOLORES RAE SCHWINK Arts
MINERvA CAROLINE SCOTT ARIS
MARY ALICE SELDEN Arts
HELEN MARY SHADDOCK Arts
ELOISE OUINN SMITH Arts
JANE ELIZABETH STEVENS Arts
JANICE HARNED STONAKER Arts
ELEANOR VAN DEUSEN Arts
RUTH MYRTLE vERxXfEY MS
SUSAN EMMA VOGT MS
ELIZABETH ALBERTA VQN WIEGEN ARIS
ETHEL MAE WALZ NUrsin9
RACHEL ELIZABETH WINSHIR Am
RHYLLIS BELLE WOODWORTH Arts
ELIZABETH COMSTOCK YOUNG Arts
Rochester 68 Vassar Street
Rochester 68 Vassar Strggr
Rochester 574 Hague Street
Rochester 26 Cutler Street
Rochester 2i'l Rosevvood ler.
Rochester 528 Linden Street
Rochester 395 Canterbury Road
Rochester 'l39 Caroline St.
Rochester 56 Hancock Street
Rochester 663 East Avenue
Rochester VI2 Isabelle Street
Rochester 79 Rosedale Street
Rochester 'l8'l Eastman Avenue
Rochester402 Rlymouth AvenueS.
Rochester 'IOS Albemarle Street
Rochester 'IO8 Conkey Avenue
Rochester 262 Berkeley Street
Clean 424 University Avenue
Rochester 'VI84 Devvey Ave.
Fairfield, Va. 'I69 Avalon Drive
Rochester 45 Weld Street
Rochester 60 Navarre Road
Rochester 'I52 Laburnum Crescent
Auburn 424 University Avenue
l.e Roy Kendrick Hall
Brighton 'I Westland Avenue
Hollis Kendrick Hall
Kendall 440 University Avenue
Rochester 15 Qliver Street
Rochester 376 Clay Avenue
Rochester 'I65 Parkside Avenue
Rochester 63 Benton Street
Brighton 99 Qakdale Drive
Rochester 265 Melville Street
Lockport Kendrick Hall
Nliddleport 323 Portland Ave.
Rochester 52 Rowley Streef
ON THE WAY TO
GET A HORSE, PEG
RAISE YOU FIVE,
THE SUNNY SOPHS
WHAT S SUITABLE FOR
CLASSES IN WINTER
THE ACTION PICTURE
MAC MIKE MASON
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'RCM NJTIE, MEYER, MASON, LAY, SCHAEFER, CURTISS, STARR, FRENCH,
HILL, MERRILL, BAILY
THE BOSS of all campus activity. . . Besides levying a tax on
the groaning stuclents, the council puts its Q. K. on the budgets
of all undergraduate organizations and controls their Finances
. . . There is a calendar committee to avoid conflicts of social
activities . . . Once a month the council meets in the Student-
Faculty rooms to consider weighty matters affecting that
fabulous being, the Hentire student body" . . . Whether the
arguments are about the number of delegates to be sent to
the conference on the cause and cure of the over-tired
student or the recognition of the new slti-jumpers' associa-
tion, the solons of this august body invariably reach the wiS2Sf
decision. . .
ARTHUR CURTISS . . .Ass't. Treas. University of Rochester
ETHEL L. FRENCH .............. Chairman
FRANCES B. STARR ....... Alumnae Repfwtdffve
I.. ALFREDA HILL .... Chairman of Athletic Committee
DR. HUGH MAC KENZIE
Chairman of Non-athletic Committee
CLAIRE MEYER, '35 .........,... Ex officio
MARY LAY, '35 ..,. - - '
MONICA MASON '35 . . - - - '
BETTY scHAEEER,'35 . . . . - - CI'dI'md"
MARGARET BAILY, 'sa .... . - - Tre-Wt'
MARGARET Hoi4ENsEN, 'sa . . . . . secretary
Inter-class rivalry and the annual Freshman-Sophomore
Brealclast Iray . . . the Traditions Committee steps in and
smooths out all rutfled feelings . . . It also governs Freshman
initiation . . . has charge ol the presentation ol the Blue
Boolc, the publication ol the Croceus, the Freshman-Junior
I-Iouseparty, Moving-Llp Day, the Students' Association
Reception, and Sub-freshman Day.
HOUSE COMMITTEE OF CUTLER UNION
The I-Iouse Committee arranges the distribution ol the house
fund . . . it accepts any suggestions ol students lor malcing the
Union more attractive . . . is responsible lor numerous inno-
vations about the building . . . An orchid to the organization
for putting on tvvo ripping campus mixers in the Union . . .
Let's have more . . . also more chairs in the Iunchroom.
BETTY HARRIS '35 MARGARET MC GLASHAN '37
MONICA MASON 35 HELEN ANCONA 38
MARGARET GLYNN 36 MISS MERRILL
RUTH SEEBACH 36
To keep students on the straight and narrow and to deal
with those unfortunate souls vvho Iail to curb the frantic urge
to talce just one peelc at their neighbors paper is he
unpleasant but necessary lunctlon ol this committee Whose
proceedings are darl4 and mysterious to the student body
Spirit ol Diogenes please note
DR EDWIN VAN DE WALLE DR JOHN HOFFMEISTER
MISS SABRA HOOK
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MONICA MASON 35 MARGARET DOERFFEL 37 -J,
GRACE MOEHLMAN 36
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A small compendium ot useful knowledge . . . a "Whos
Who and What's What" oi the campus . . . edited by the
obliging juniors for the enlightenment oi their y0U08CV
sisters . . . Upper classmen use it too . . . usually to Find out
when and if the next vacation occurs . . . or the date of the
Christmas Formal . . . Contains map oi the Campus . . . socidl
events . . . football schedule . . . lovv-dovvn about clubs . ..
awesome lists of traditions . . . information about sor0rifiC5
. . . constitutions . . . college songs . . . and advertising . .-
which an heroic advertising statl vvheedled and Wf25f2Cl
from reluctant business men all through a hot sticlcy .lUlY-
A Eaftar-in-Chief . . ...... ANNE JOHANSON
Associate Editors . . . ELIZABETH DONOGHUE
Business Manager . . .... HARRIET FRANK
Advertising Manager ....... VIOLET RENTSCHLER
Assistant Advertisin Mana ers . . . MARION OGH-WE
8 S IRMA PAUI-L
Art Editor . . . . . . ALICE RAMSAY
We're all members ol the Students' Association, which is
piloted by Betty Schaefer '35, its president.. .Besides giving
a reception for the freshmen in the Fall, this organization
sponsors the annual free Christmas College Supper, a festive
occasion for everybody . . . The monthly assemblies are in
charge of this group . . . The maestros who make Phi Beta
Kappa are presented with their keys as a gilt of the associa-
tion. . .The fall banquet was a lot of lun , . . we all enjoyed
the Christmas dance, the high spot of the holidays . . . This
organization is doing splendid worlc in creating genuine
college spirit on the campus
BETTY A SCI-IAEFER
MARGARET M GLVNN
BETSY D CONANT
KELLNER SCI-IAEFER CONANT GLYNN
"-N-.Ol HATCH, RELJBENS, BAILY, BERGER, FRANK, CRAMER, GOLDSTEIN, GLYNN
J U N I O R D A N C E
aniors to be different. Who but tlme noble class of '36 would
a oigskin party? Ve olde Footballe dance was ennobled by
5 the football players-even benclwes, blankets, and banners
This indoor Football is the tlning-all tlwe comforts of lwome.
e rrnaid sick from cider, douglwnuts, and penny candy, and many
nelled out For a clwrysantlwemum. Brotlwer, can you spare a
T. aa-find the name of the orclmestraj And wlwo got tlwe auto-
ll f' We didn't, and we always wanted to play football-
oown once and it's in tlwe blood. U
Group: I-IEIXIDRYX, BOWEN, BURNS, WALLACE, GLYNN, MERRILL, MCWILLIAMS
STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION BANOUET
The banquet, Ied by the Iair GIymph, went oII in Iine styIe. Starting with the
Iovvest forms oI IiIe fno, not the studentsb we covered the whole scope oi
evoIution Within a haII hour, arriving at Iast at the Cooking schooI oI to-day.
CLine Iorms at the right for chaste and sun-burned coIIeeD. The Cook Cget itfPD
gave deIirious recipes, abIy assisted by the IOI girIs. Turn it upside down.
See? It's still TOT. And then IVIiss I-Ieartburnaa dear IVIiss I'Ieartburnr toId
us all about itaaaaayou know, Ieminine allure and all that sort oI thing. You
I4novv, girIs, it's amazing what one can do if one reaIIy tries. Yes, indeed,
carrots are going up, or is it coming up?
awzilfiea. . .
The seven sororities are active centers ol college
life . . . their members include about one-hall ol
the under-graduates . . . Rushing is the highlight
of sorority activity . . . a great deal ol rivalry
exists . . . climaxecl by the pledging oi the Fresh-
men just belore Christmas vacation . . . then more
Friendly relations are resumed.
A court of arbitration . . . regulates all sorority
alfairs . . .enforces the much-debated Sorority
Council Constitution . . . vvorlcs very gallantly
to maintain friendly relations among the sororities
. . . thus assuring comparative peace during those
hectic vveel4s . . . -lvvo representatives from each
sorority malce up the membership. . . a junior and
a senior. . . The president, Marion Glidden, was
chosen from the seniors . . . the secretary, Frances
Etheridge from the juniors.
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GASON, E. SCHAEFER, CARMAN, B, SCHAEFER BURKE, E. MASON, EAST, SEEBACH
.N ALDRIDGE, JONES, PAULSON, BETTYS, STONAKER, HATCH, MAIJGREN, A. GREENE,Mc CARTI-IY, LAY
T P-TAKEN, LYNES, BERTOLETTE, CHERRY, SNYDER, DICK, COOK, SULLIVAN, MADDEN,
FOUNDED SEPTEMBER 1903
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SORORES IN FACULTATE
Marjorle Brownell Esther Newman Jenlclns lsabel K Wallace
Onnalee Durlcee Ruth Thulin l-lelen Zorsch
Kathryn E Bec4er
Mary K Burns
Florence E Foster
Mary G Greene
Sally B Bascom
Marlon E Burke
D Rhea Cook
Marjorre l-l East
Charlotte F Aldrlclge
E Gaylord Balcer
Constance A Carman
l-lelen A Ancona
Shlrley V Bertolette
Marjorie L Bettys
Martha E Bradford
Jean E Curtin 35
Margaret Domlne 35
R Elizabeth Graves 36
RuthS Kurtz 35
Mrs LesterQ Wilder
+Deceased November 1932
CLASS OF 1935
Mary Pauline Lay
Allce P Maljgren
Edith M Mason
Monlca B Mason
Virginia M Pammenter
CLASS OF 1936
l-lelen M l-latch
Lula Ray Johnston
M rnan G Jones
CLASS OF 1937
Luclnda J l-lazen
Betty M Kearney
Justine M Lynes
CLASS OF 1938
Mary C Dlcl4
Jean E Graves
Alice M Greene
l-lelen Josephlne l-lagstrom
El1zabethC Miner 35
Aileen Ferster 35
Pauline M Paulson
Betty A Schaefer
Elizabeth C White
Mary E Madden
Ruth E Seebach
Grace C Storandt
Louise K Sullivan
Margaret F McGlashan
Mary B Romng
Eileen M Schaefer
Janice l"l Stonal4er
Ann M Snyder
Margaret Van Meter
Margaret L Wilbur
Dorothy l-lart 36
Ruth Miller 37
Katherine Wood Poyntz 35 Bernadlna C Strong 36
l-lelen Stevenson 35 Bette l-latch 37
Mrs Ralph W Marquis
l2osemary'A. Cherry Mary C. Rush Margaret Ri Willers
QKQQENHEIMER, SANS, GORSLINE, BULLEN, TAGGART
HVVLE, LUSK, MACQMBER, BATES, GIFFORD, DOERFFEL, KELLNER, TOWNSEND, POFFENBERGER, MANGAN
DVES, EGBERT, GRIMES, MOORE, M. BAILY, MOE!-ILMAN, V. BAILY, CONANT, MOS!-IER
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SORORES IN FACULTATE
Katherine Bowen Dorothy D. Loveland
Mary l.. Banl4s
Catharine A. Forster
Edith A. l-larman
Elizabeth M. l-larris
Margaret G. Baily
Virginia l.. Bally
Betsy D. Conant
Esther C. Allyn
Doris W. Bohachel4
Barbara F. Brown
Joanne P. Guggenheimer
Jean S. Kenyon
l'lelen A. Schlegel '37
Dorothy Chapin '38
Anna E. Callister ,36
Ruth M. Connors '36
Mrs. G. G. Van Deusen
CLASS OF 1935
Cora l"'l. l-lochstein
Mary A. l.usl4
l-lelen D. MacDowell
CLASS OF 1936
Ann l.. Elander
Jane P. Mangan
CLASS OF 1937
l-larriet M. Cross
Margaret l.. Doerllel
Marya S. Fryczynslci
Phoebe R. Gifford
CLASS OF 1938
Dorothy D. Macomber
Mary Elizabeth Moore
Elizabeth Chapman '38
l'lelen V. l-legendorler ,38
Virginia l-l. Pecl4 '36
l-lelen D. Sage '36
Farley Siclcels '36
Mrs. IAXDCJCVS Qrbecl4
Gertrude l-lerdle Moore
E M B E R S
Virginia l.. Townsend
Gertrude E. Wilmot
Grace A. Moehlman
Anne R. Newell
Alice S. Ramsay
Ruth M. Whipple
D. Jane Gorsline
l'lelen R. Groves
Margaret E. Kellner
lxlorval l-l. Kramer
Sara E. Mosher
Ruth l-l. Newell
Mary Lou Price
Marjorie E. laggart
Elizabeth Ann l.usl4 '38
Jane Wolcott '38
Suzanne Trimble '36
Margaret Miller '37
Mrs. l. Russell Will4in
- ' - .. .'.iE?7XJ,M.', FELLOWS, DINSMORE, DOUGHTV, SURDAM, BELISLE, INGELOW, MORLEY
E'A,'XQE1TT, QUNALS, GRAHAM, MORRISSEY, ALLEN, GOELTZ, CHARLES, DAWLEY, WINCHELL, WALZ, RAMBO
LL LNQSTQN, PARKES, PUFFER
RENTSCHLER, WALKER, LEHR, CLAPP, HOLLINGER, VAN DEUSEN, BASTIAN, HUNTER, ENNIS,
'if' EQ DLJEELBHSS, LUNGER
THETA TAU THETA
Kathryn E. Albrech
Ella A. Balter
Esther E. Allen
Miriam E. Clapp
M. Francis Ensign
Wilma J. Doughty
Marjorie P. Brown
Winifred E. Dinsmore
Ruth M. Donish
Doris K. Fellows
Ethlene P. Barnes
l-lazel S. Bastian
Ruth L. Charles
Margaret P. Johnston
E. Marie McWilliams
Eleanor S. Gleason ,35
Eleanor M. Meade A36
Mrs. Edwin A. Stebbins
CLASS OF 1935
Ghallice R. lngelow
Gladys V. Lehr
CLASS OF 1936
Margaret M. Glynn
Evelyn J. l-lunter
Anne E. Johanson
CLASS OF 1937
Janet L. Goeltz
Elizabeth A. Marsh -
Gertrude E. Morley
Kathleen M. Morrissey
CLASS OF 1938
Ruth J. Dawley
Marie K. Dubelbeiss
Jean I-I. Ennis
Margaret E. Graham
Emma J. Hollinger
-l'. Janet Surdam
Elizabeth M. Mangan
Alice Z. Wall4er
Wilma E. Kujawsld
Marian K. Qgilvie
Doris E. Pecl4
Violet E. Rentschler
Grace A. Runals
Eleanor Van Deusen
Ethel M. Walz
Jean E. Parl4es
Jane S. Rambo
M. Louise Sweetnam
Janice E. Lemblqe
Mary l'l. Raistricl4 '36
Betty C. Fairbanks '36
Mrs. Williard R. Line Mrs. Brian O,Brien
JCEQ, VITANZA, GALLOWAY, BEAL, SMITH, PATMAN, DELIERLEIN, WILCOX
A-li HLNZ, EEEBE, GLOVER, ALLEN, PALMER, FONDA, OAKLEY
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SORORES IN FACULTATE
Marian M. Allen Florence E. Briggs
Ethel L. French
Bernice E. Allen
Marian D. Chamberlain
Marguerite J. Fellows
Eleanor A. Bauernschmidt
Lois G. Bowman
E Maber Bailey
Lucille M Beal
l-l Marion Deuerlein
Mrs Dabney Blair
CLASS OF 1935
Doris L. Fonda Marion M. Palmer
Susan l-l. Glover Elinor L. Snyder
l-lelen G. l'lolly
CLASS OF 1936
Gretchen D. Wilcox
l-lelen M. Coapman l-lelen J. Martin
Margaret l-l. l-lol4ensen Concetta Vitanza
l'lelen M. Lenna
CLASS OF 1937
Elizabeth J Galloway
Ruth P Oakley
Ellen S Patman
Minerva C Scott
Eugenia C Scheid
l-lelen M Shaddock Z
Eloise O Smith
CLASS OF 1938
Elizabeth M Wallace
Doris V Mclfuen 35 Ruth Verwey 35
Dorothy Van Campen 35 Elizabeth C Ward 35
Mrs Edwin Fauver Mrs William E Weld
Mrs l-loward Mosher
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Emily R. Cockett
Lois A. Goehringer
Marion C. Glidden
Lily V. Bondi
Elizabeth S. Collins
E. Marjorie I-Ieise
Eunice I. Alborn
I-lelene R. Berman
June M Foy
Edith G Lyon 36
Mary Eleanor Eishbaugh 35
Janet Burt 36
Mrs l'larold-I Alling
Miss I-Ielen Ellwanger
CLASS OF 1935
Rebecca W. Mccormiclt
Luella I. Marsh
CLASS OF 1936
Marjorie M. Johns
Dorothy l-I. Qtis
Marguerite A. Smith
CLASS OF 1937
Ruth E. I'lenion
Elsa P. Law
Margaret K McGurl4
CLASS OF 1938
Ruth Loebs 36
Frances C Mottram 36
Rosemary A. Morgan
Ruth F. Q'Grady
Roberta C. Wilder
L. Geraldine Spencer
Ruth E. Waugh
Jane E. Welch
Louise E. Morgan
Katherine C. Nowack
Dolores R Schwink
Susan E Vogt
R Elizabeth Forquer
Marion E Qconnell 37
Esther Rayne 36
Marcia Tuttle 36
Mrs Clarence K Moore Mrs I-Ienry Strong
Miss Annalee Smith Mrs George Whipple
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:F-M, DI PASGUALE, ETHERIDGE, SULLIVAN, QUIGLEY
,ll FVKNG, VIERGIVER, WOODWORTH
THETA ALPHA EPSILGN
SOROR IN FACULTATE
Dorothy K. I-Iettig
Maime J. Dipasquale
Frances L. Etheridge
Edna Mae Barg
Billie I-Iuddleston '35
Dorothy Seaman '35
Mrs. Raymond N. Ball
CLASS OF 1935
Catherine M. Salo
CLASS OF 1936
Ruth M. Garin
Dorothy M. Suter
I-I. Margaret Van Zile
CLASS OF 1937
Lois I-I, Bean
Eunice L. Miller
Jean I-I. Qrbaker
CLASS OF 1938
Elizabeth Donoghue '36
Marion E. Sullivan
Anna Jean Wallace
Judith J. Povvnall
I-lelen M. Quigley
Phyllis B. Woodworth
Shirley I-I. l'louston
Rita M. Shannon '37
Mary Murasl4o '36 Laurette M. Iurgon '37
Mildred Post '36
Mrs. Joseph I-l. Foth Mrs. Joseph W. Gavett
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L ,I LSCDODMAN, COP-iN, KLONICK, ACHTER, NEWMAN
SNGMA DELTA PI-Il
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Slnrley S Colm
Rutl1S Naclel 35
Mrs A 0 Samuels
CLASS OF 1935
Ruth l. Naclitz
CLASS OF 1936
CLASS OF 1937
Rutln B Goodman
CLASS OF 1938
Betty P. Wolberg
Ann R Eisenberg
Gladys l'lornung 36 Ruth N Steldlutz 36
Mrs A l-l Jones Mrs l'l Wolfe
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Buddy cnalks the record
For Wimpies . . . G, C.
Curtiss and R. L. Greene
runners up . . . But Hula
wins for Downyflake . . .
Newgpapers and tinfo
collected in a Final attempt
to Qet the CroceUS to the
press . . .
Tliornt steams in from
Clwicago . . . liailed by
clamoring audience . . .
lounge moved to auditor-
ium piece by piece . . .
Croceus pocl4et bool4 ex-
pands . . .
Junior Dance . . . at vvliicli
a Football was given away
Hee ... and Hmen vvent
without desserts for two
weelcs' '... because oi
clwrysantliemums . . .
The royal trio oi Junior
Phi Betes bailed extolled
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ANNETTE ACHTER l
425 Rosewood Terrace
Arts Sigma Delta Phi East l-ligh
Liberal Centre 3, Debating Club 3.
Smart clothes and the figure to go with them are
always an attribute. Combine this with brains plus
versatility, dnd you have-Annette.
ESTHER EMMA ALLEN
Victor, New York '
Arts Theta-Tau-Theta Victo ' '
Basketball 3, l-locl4ey 3, French Club Q, , a'tura ?
Dancing 3. . -,
The future 'Babe Didriecl4son', is , li X5
you doubt her prowess in the way oi sp , justCc5C4CC-Lx .1
come around to the gymnasium most any afternoon- ,
or just read the above credentials. Qn the othe
hand, her hair fa la l-larlow-but naturalb and her
native etliciency may do her well in any line. Time if-.
49 Rosedale Street
Arts Sigma Delta Phi Monroe l-ligh
Debating Club 3, l.iberal Centre Q, 3, Assistant
Business Manager Croceus 3, Junior Football Dance
Behind that roguish smile and uwho gives a care"
air, there lurl4s a philosophical soul and seriousness
which arise to meet the occasion. With this combi-
nation Sylvia ought to malce a success at any profes-
sion or business. l'lave we heard you express a i
itz..-nt I, Y. W. C. A. Vice-President 3,
olunior I-louseparty 3, Freshman Choir 'I,
MARGARET GARRISON BAILY
I Canandaigua, IXIGW YOVI4
Arts Iheta Eta lVIonroe I-ligh
Ire-asurer Student-Faculty Council 3, Freshman-
Junior I-louseparty Committee 3, Class Vice-Presb
dent I, Secretary V. W. C. A. Q, Secretary-Treasurer
Silver Bay Club Q, Freshman Choir 'I, Glee Club Q,
3, Pageant Q, I-locl4ey Q, Liberal Centre 3.
Xllfe canit tell them apart either. But "Dorothy"
will succeedAior they both turn around on hearing
that Hnamef' We vvere never sure about Canan-
daigua aaaa but just read the achievements of one ol
the natives. lhen you'll see.
VIRGINIA LEVERING BAILY
Canandaigua, lxlevv Vorl4
lheta Eta Monroe l'ligh
I 3, lraditions Committee 'I, I-Iocl4ey Q,
Club 3, Liberal Centre 3, Vice-Chain
Yorl: State Conference 3.
'i one but "VH is the elder. Cyou Figure
'well seasoned traveler by dint ol these and
fnlerences, she ought to become a good
:F what, Virginia?
ELEANOR AMELIA BAUERNSCHMIDT
NUVSIVI8 Gamma Phi Eastern I-Iigh
Ffsslimdfi Choir ,li Giga ciais 3, Riaing Club Q, 3,
Clifilfmdfi Junior Bridge 3, Archaeology Club 3.
N Barry came all the vvay from Baltimore to study
ursing. ln addition to her ability in that Field, vve've
lOund out that she possesses a beautiful soprano
voice. And thanlcs to her lor the success oi the
JUVIIOV BVICISQ. We can see her singing all her
Patients to Sleep Wen novv-or lullabies could be
'I7'I Deerlield Drive
Arts Sigma Kappa Llpsilon East lcligh
Y' W' C- A- Q1 3i IDGBCGDI Qi Plwilosopliy Club 3i
lower limes Qi Elmira Conlerence Q. I
A future etiiciency expert or tlie super-business
woman is tlwe plan ol tlwis economics major, Tl-lat
wistful smile will be sure to lrielp ner, too. I-ler ex-
cellent sense oi Iwumor will probably cinclm many an
important business deal-it bas already helped her
to pass l'1er courses witlwout attending all her Buginggg
Qrganization classes. But personal invitations did
MARION ELIZABETH BURKE
'IQ7 Soutlwern Pa rl4way
LOIS GLAIR BOWMAN
Corning, New York
Arts ' Gamma Plii Monroe I-ligli
Y. W. C. A. 'Ii Qi Fresliman Choir li I-loclcey li
Arcliery 'Ii Qi Badminton Ii Basketball 'Ii Clwairman
ol Muriel Lester lea 3.
Starting as a city girl, slie liked tlwe idea ol co-
operative dorms so well tliat slie lwad lwer family move
to tlwe metropolis oi Corning. Now the study oi the
practical arts ol l1ousel4eeping l4eeps ber busy'-ol
course, ber studies tal4e up a little time and eiiart on
time side. But tlwe result slwould be a good basis lor
Arts Alplia Sigma Nazaretli Academy
I:rosl'i Mixer 'li Y. W. C. A. Cabinet li lower limes
Q, 3i Croceus 3i Sub-Freslwman Qi Campus Bauble Qi
Newman Club 'li Q, 3i Arclw Bearer Qi Pageant Qi
Magazine Sale 3.
i'Any old newspapers or magazines?"-and tlwus
Marion does ber bit lor Croceus. l'l1inl4 of the luture
in this business-wliat witlw collecting Phi Betes'
papers and selling tliem at a neat profit. llien tlwere
is ber giggle-wlwiclw goes to prove tliat tlwere is a
sense oi liumor lurl4ing beliind tlwose eyesfwlwat
about Abulia? ls tlwat the cause oi lrier grey liairsf?
MARY ELIZABETH CASHMAN
68 Arnett Boulevard
Arts Nazareth Academy
Croceus Stall 3, Debating Club Q, 3, Liberal Centre
3, Newman Club Treasurer 'l, Q, 3, V. W. C. A. 3,
Dramatics Club Q, 3, Technical Staff, ul-lolidayn Q,
Mary is a born executive, lil4e a good general, she
First lool4s over her territory and then proceeds with
her plan ol action in a cool, ellicient manner. So il
you vvant a job vvell done, give it to Mary. This gal
also has the courage oi her convictions but all ellorts
to convince her oi a dog,s honorable intentions
are futile. -
Q5 Eastland Avenue
nf Wt MIRIAM ELIZABETH CLAPP
5. ' VJ! I ' LeRoy, Nevv Vorlc
L A X' f' JyA44j!J Ilylta Tau Theta LeRoy l-ligh
x ' I 1 4 ,1
NWN ,fl sir, ne dvmQei16m,v. W. c. A. Q, 3,Basl4etbalI Q, 3,
.1 ' U oclcelS7Q, 3, lap Dancing 'l, Q, Criclcet Club Q, 3,
1 A very attractive blond vvho gets her exercise by
.frunning to her eight o'cloclc classes. ln an English
major, her chief reference is Websteris Dictionary.
l-loclcey and basketball are oi great interest to
Miriam as well as her specialty-the Flea hop.
HELEN MARION COAPMAN
Arts Gamma Phi Brighton l-ligh
Freshman Choir, Glee Club Q, 3, V. W. C. A. 'l, Q, 3i
V. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, Criclcet Club Q, Debatin8
Club Q, 3, lnternational Relations Club Q, 3, SDVUTB
Dance Committee Q, Freshman-Junior l-lousepariY
Committee 3,"Campus Baublen Q, Sorority Council 3i
l:V05lW-SODh Brealdast Committee 1, Q, Rosenberiief
l'lovv l-lelen can lceep up with all the above activi-
ties and still vvin the coveted Rosenberger Prize is
5 VUYSWVY- But even that prize can't cure you of the
l3lC'CUD5 CGW il, Helen? . . . sorry to mention il.
LEONE MAY COFFLY
Arts Niagara Falls l-ligh
Qnce upon a time a princess had a fairy god-
mother, but Leone is a goddaughter of the Muses,
For Euterpe, -lerpishchore, and Erato endowed her
at birth. l-ler descriptions oi sensuous, mocnlit
nights, of fragrant breezes, solt music, impassioned
glances are the envy ol all the vvould-be authors ol
the campus. This raises the question-has geo-
graphical specialization anything to do with it. And
then there is her tennis playing-she really can
drive one svvilt ball-or even more than one. lt you
don't believe us-play vvith her sometime.
rts Sigma Kappa Upsilon Monroe l-ligh
Q5 Catherine Street
Arts Benjamin Franlclin High
German Club 1, Q, 3. 1
She may be quiet but there is a lot behind her
shy smile. We predict a future ol extensive travel-
Hall the better to use your languages, my dear." l-ler
inclination to say little ought to stand her in good
stead lor that ticl4lish position ol an international
diplomat. We can see her settling many a crisis-by
the vvay, do you believe in the World Court?
T87 Crosman Terrace
Model League 3 lnternational Relations Q, 3, V. W.
C. A. Q, 3, Political Club 3, l-listory Club T, Class
Treasurer Q, Photographic Editor Croceus 3, Badmin-
ton 'l, Q, Chairman Freshman Junior lea Dance 1,
Freshman Choir il, Glee Club 1.
Lizzie is Godis gilt to the government department.
She vvall4s two miles to college every morning to get
in trim For her First move in the diplomatic service.
qw- ,.-,. -fn--I -1 .-,-lviurv-f ' K '- """'
llllffgyu Q, Sophomore l-louseparty Q, Dra-
Alpha Sigma Sacred l'leart Academy
,ri Choir, Olee Club Q, 3, Chapel Committee
if tial Chairman Q, international Relations Club
Cub ig. Q, 3, Freshman-Sophomore Breakfast Q,
rzcrfr need to mention Rheals dramatic ability
een Mtried and provenf, She can manage
.wizn the best oi el-liciency as is proven by
committee Q, "Crime at Blossoms" Q, New-
BETSY DRURY CONANT
Amsterdam, New York
Am Theta Eta Amsterdam l'ligh
Treasurer Students' Association 3, Assistant Literary
Editor Croceus 3, Olee Club Q, 3, international
Relations Club Q, Library Committee 3, Cricket Club
Q, lower limes 'l, Q, l-lockey Q, Freshman Choir i,
i-listory l Club.
"Ah, go on" with that wave ol the hand is our
Betsy. But she can surely wave a keen dissecting
kniie over dead cats in Biology, too. Anyone should
trust any kind oi a cat with Betsy, lor she radiates
trustiness. Ever consider advertising "that school-
DOROTHY RHEA COOK
'l5Q Trevor Court Road
MAIME JEANNE DI PASOUALE
403 Central park
Arts lheta Alpha Epsilon East l-ligh
lrreshman Choir, Otlicer French Club Q, 3, V. W. C.
'jx' Alf Q1 3i SODhomore Cabinet Q, Chairman Social
Vfork Q, Newman Club T, Q, 3, l-lockey l, Qi
Basketball 'l, Q,
llflaime s success is due to her nonchalance. lhis
i0S2tlisf with G irish degree oi intelligence, accounts
for the ease with which she plays bridge and trans-
ates Spanish at the same time. It has been said that
sne kept the library stati at bay over a twenty-live
cents an hour line. Who won, Maime?
80 Jacl4son Street
Arts Theta Alpha Epsilon Charlotte l-ligh
Freshman Choir, Tower Times 'l, l-loclcey 3, Baseball
Qi Scribblers' Club 'l, Q, 3, Treasurer Scribblers'
Club 3, Associate Editor Blue Boolc 3, l-listory
When Elizabeth clisapproves, the question is
deiinitely settled as lar as her friends are concerned.
Qnly on one subject can she be wrong-we insist
that her hair is not red. Anyway, it may help her
sense of humor for she has an uniaiiing one. She
dashes oii sonnets any time at all, decorates her
notes with Maltese crosses, lceeps one step ahead
oi the lecturer, and sings "Black-Eyed Susan Brown"
324 Birr Street
Arts Theta Tau Theta U. of Chicago
Junior Auction Committee 3.
Bacl4 from the wild and woolly west, Wilma
started right in to help the money minded Juniors
mal4e their quota, what with pinlc elephants or white
elephants, or what was it we sold at the auction?
We only wish she had been here sooner.
r'f7"'M ' "" "" '
MARJORIE HELEN EAST
CSQB post Avenue
Arts Alpha Sigma West l-ligh
Arch Bearer Q, Advertising manager oi Croceus 3,
"Campus Baublen Q, Apple Committee 3.
The First halt oi East and Westl Why the worried
loolc, Marg? Maybe the psychology is getting her,
or maybe she only went out five times this weelt,
or maybe she toolt a iender oti the new Qlclsmobile,
or possible it's the situation in Albania. You can't
never tell. But worried loolt or not, she's always
slews oi fun.
Buhfalo, New VOVl4
Arts Theta Eta Bannett l-ligh
50 XXX. C, A. Cabinet T, Freshman Choir, Glee Club
Q, 3, Sophomore Class President, l-loclcey l, Q,
Tap Q, Basketball 'l, Q, Arch Bearer Q, l'Campus
Baublei' Q, HJulep lime" 3, Croceus 3, Sorority
Council 3, l-listory Club l, Genesee Scholarship,
Junior Dance Committee 3.
Better l4nown as the Hblonde menacef' The
miracle ol how she passes all her quizzes when
they are the only cause For her attendance at class
is lound in all her sleeping. But il thatis the secret ol
her blonde loyeliness--Hgood-night, everybody."
ANN RUTH EISENBERG
i6'l Ernst Street
ms Sigma Delta Phi Benjamin l:ranl4lin
Qi, Watlzeys Discussion Group 'l, Y. W. C. A.
Cabinet Q, Student lndustrial l, l-listory l Club,
fclitical Club 3.
ll Ann is not going to or coming from some lab
cr other, we wonder. But it is all in line lor that
cursing careeraoh bugs. Conscientious is some-
ning that we can truly add on to Ann's name. Just
sl: her to do anything-or most anything-and it
-.fill be done.
ANN LOUISE ELANDER
Lalcewood, New Yorle
Arts Theta Eta Jamestown l-ligh
Freshman Choir, -lenriis manager 3, Chairman Junior
ADDle Sale 3, Chairman Junior Candy Store 3,
Sophomore Brealtiast Committee Q, Genesee Scholar-
The girl with the supreme sense ol humor is Ann.
And when it comes to card triclcs, Ann is the Feminine
combination ol Mr. l-loudini and Mr. lhurston. Qi
course, one canlt forget that she can also sell any and
all GDDl2S tO unsuspecting co-eds: proof-the
Junior Apple Sale.
Q9 Nichols Street
M FRANCES ENSIGN
593 Mt I-Iope Avenue
Nursing Theta Tau -Iheta West I-Iigh
Arch Bearer Q Basketball 'I Q Political Club 3
Usher Sub Freshman Day 3
Fran will certainly malce a clever little nurse I-Ier
excellent poise is perhaps due to training But what
gives her that lovely school girl complexion a
bunch ol raw carrots daily?
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VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE ESTER
FRANCES LOUISE ETHERIDGE
SQI Chili Avenue
Arts East I-Iigh Evening School
I-Iistory Club 'I, German Club Q, 3, Dr. Watkeys,
Discussion Group 'I, Croceus Stall 3, Riding 3.
Whois afraid ol the big, bad problem? Fortun-
ately Ior her Iriends, it isn't Virginia. Armed with a
I4een intellect and unwavering ambition, she Forces
our problems to unconditional surrender. By right ol
her name and knowledge, Virginia is the undisputed
queen ol the chemistry laboratory, I-Ier one con-
Iessed weakness is fortune-tellers.
Arts Theta Alpha Epsilon West l'Iigh
I-Ioclcey 'I, Basketball 'I, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet I, Q,
"places," ml-he l.", Rhees Chapel Committee, French
Club 'I, Q, 3, Scribblersy I, Q, 3, I-Iistory Club 'I,
Class Secretary Q, In Medias Res Q, Sorority Coun-
Fran has been distinguishing herself in the Scrib-
blers' Club since her freshman year. She Iinds time
for clubs, dances, writes parodies on Shakespearian
plays and manages to Iceep up her marlcs. She is
positively ingenious when it comes to smuggling
pillows from the browsing room to a seminar.
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:nat was presented at Fresliman camp.
baseball in one ol time gowns "appro-
HARRIET RUTH FRANK
EM luaburnum Crescent
Am Monroe l-liglw
Business Manager Blue Book Q, Assistant Managing
Editor lower limes 3, Committee liresliman-Junior
l-louseparty 3, Committee Spring Dance Q, "Campus
Bdublgn Q, lap Dancing l, Q, Arclw Bearer Q, Cliapel
Program Q, Committee College Supper Q, Business
Manager Kaleidoscope 3.
Quiet and unassuming, tlwe loil ol lwer several
soul-mates, Frankie is tlie personilication ol tlwe
proverb that a good listener is tlwe best conversa-
tionalist. l-ler popularity is tlwe prool.
398 Cedarwood -l-errace
it-'ra Alplwa Epsilon Mercy l-Iiglw
, Basketball 'l, 3, Swimming 'l, New-
EY 3, Freshman-Junior l-louseparty 3.
itlw tlwat many ol tlwe Juniors were in-
lf use ol tlwe clwarming apparel used in
nstructing lreslimen what to wear. l-ler
fougtit to be mentioned, also. But you
42 Audubon Street
AVE Monroe l-ligli
V-Vf.C.A.1, Q, 3, Liberal Centre 3, lnternational
Relations Club 3.
A llVW8uist and an lwistorian, way back in liiglu
an 1, . - .
scaool sn, XNGS liolding lortlw in tlie languages, and
in , l- ' . , ,
'OW sues a regular attendant in Seminar T Sire
fczglii believe in doing anytliing lor next montli,
35661122 You can never tell wlwat's going to lwappen.
-UV mUCl1 Interested in tlie Liberal Centre. Blue is
mol-"'-' 32iU"18 G Detition signed to lynclw one ol our
MARGARET MARY GLYNN
475 l-layward Avenue
Arts -lheta -lau Theta East l-ligh
CNY SCl1OlarShip 'l, Editor in Chiel Croceus 3, Vice-
President Students' Association 3, News Supenfisor
Tower Times, Din, Q, 3, Arch Bearer Q, Chairman
Freshman lnitiation Q, Chairman Freshman l.uncheons
Q, Chairman Students, Association Banquet 3, Dele-
gate Model League Q, Junior Skit Q, Cutler Union
l-louse Committee 3, Silver Bay Q, Spring Dance
Committee Q, Assembly Committee Q, Mock -lrial
Pacilists Q, Dr. Watkeys' Discussion Group, Frosh
Mixer 'l, Freshman-Junior l-louseparty 3, Kaleido-
scope Q, 3, Committee University Day 'l, 3, New-
man Club 'l, Q, 3, Sophomore Cabinet Q, Basketball
Numerals Q, l-listory l Club.
3'l6 Berkeley Street
RUTH ELIZABETH GRAVES
3Qi Seneca parkway
Arts Alpha Sigma John Marshall l-ligh
HCampus Baublel' Q, Sub-Freshman Day Q, Arch
Bearer Q, Class Day i.
Betty, better known as Gravy or Gravey, depend-
ing on how well one knows her, is one ol our
loggier members. She can sit for hours in the library
and the result is: ul wonder if her color is natural?"
l-here's something about the low pressure areas that
got her, or was it the picture puzzle of the U. Sf?
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Arts Monroe l-ligh
Class Day 'l, Sub-Freshman Day 3 -lennis 'I Q Busi
i nessManagerCroceus3,licketCommittee Campus
Baublen Q, Business Stail "l-loliday Q Chapel
A good sport, friendly, sympathetic with a ready
ear lor your troubles, lrm may "manage well enough
but we're afraid she will never be a complete suc
cess as a business woman so long as she retains these
2 ol its possessor.
movie stars. But she must
SYLVIA ESTELLE GRAY
F fO Laburnum Crescent
,AWS Monroe l"ligh
Financial Committee Croceus 3, Liberal Centre 3,
French Club Q, 3, German Club Q, 3.
Sylxia is the delight ol her profs in French class,
quiet as a mouse but suddenly bursting lorth in un-
expectedly humorous sayings. l-ler sense ol humor
is not conlined only to her classes, lor she is the lile
ol all gatherings. She is sure to mal4e a line French
teacher a realizing her lilelong ambition- -the delight
ol all her pupils.
Portyille, New York
ia lita Portville l-ligh
tim ever thought ol competing
i ilw U. ol R., reading volumes
lore the said quiz. For those pro-
rigirialopinionsyaxnnisan oblig- ,vi
F. Kirin is one ol our newest
ready lnows her slow smile and
T59 Cady Street
Am Nazareth Academy
Gzwift Cltlb ll, Q, 3, Newman Club 'l, Q, 3, lnter-
rmlmel Rslififm Clllb 3i Riding 3, Croceus Statf 3.
l-'3fV5lV12,S h2dVt is as sunny as her hair but don't
Sei the impression that she is one of the cloyingly
M221 Sirls Whg Dall on the appetite alter the First
hdli hour. Lorraine has a dash ol spice nicely blended
with the sweet, so that the total etlect is a compound
ot which one never tires. l.orraine,s major is chem-
'QL X l X . . L ,
'-iff, out her exotic illustrations ol her lab-mates
wealnness is their despair.
DOROTHY G. HARNESS
'l6O Eastman Avenue
Arts John Marshall High
History Club 'l, Philosophy Club Q, V. W. C. A.
Q, 3, Lewis Street Settlement Q, 3, St. Lawrence
Conference Q, Freshman-Junior Houseparty 3, State
Scholarship, City Scholarship.
Dottie's head is in the clouds but her Feet are in
the biology laboratory. She worried and worried
about what she should talce her major in, and then
decided to start with the lowest Forms oi life and
worl4 up. When Dot leaves our scholarly world here,
we hope she'll leave the secret oi her success to the
school. Plenty oi us could use it.
HELEN MARY HATCH
53 Normandy Avenue
Nursing Alpha Sigma West High
Freshman Mixer Committee 'i, Glee Club 'l, 3,
Chapel Choir 'l, Committee Sophomore-Senior lea
Q, UCampus Baublen Q, Croceus 3, Hockey 'l, Com-
mittee Christmas Formal 3, Arch Bearer Q.
Quietly eilicient, Helen is conscientiously earning
her medals at the Nursing School. Her inimitable
graciousness attracted us to her, and her loyalty and
thoughtiulness have won for her many enduring
HELEN LOUISE HAWELKA
Auburn, New Yorlc
Nursing Auburn Academic High
Newman Club i, Q, 3, French Club Q, Basketball
"R"1,Bas'ebiaII Numerals Q, Sketch Club 3.
She didnit want her nursing course mentioned
here, so we won't. But as to anything dealing with
art-that is Helenls chiei interest-aside from nursing
which we aren't mentioning. She spends a great
deal oi her time at the Art Gallery tal4ing many a
course under the art instructors there. Maybe she
can combine?-with the art some oi these days.
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l appa Upsilon West f-ligh
V W. C. A. 'I, Q, 3, Swimming 'l,
Ct fl 3, Junior Flowerfommittee 3.
that whiz with the basltetball-she
th court in lightning fashion. The
cnorus also proves her nimbleness
en with Gerry Spencer-we wonder
ll in the family, we assure you.
S9 fantcrbury Road
Ang Sigma Delta Phi Monroe High
lnternational Relations Club 3, Debating Club 3,
lcibcral Centre Q, 3.
A transfer from Mount l-lolyolte in her sophomore
year is Betty. Ask her about the church services
there. And then you can aslt her all about her budget
W how much time can you spend for eating, Betty?
She believes in great deliberation and thought in
writing any kind of a paperftalce her Sociology l
paper for instance. lwo lines a day during vacation
was the limit of this genius.
ETHEL MARJORIE HEISE
69 Congress Avenue
Cuba, New Vorlf
AWS Cuba l'ligh School
French Club fl, Q, 3, lnternational Relations Club 3,
fAtVCh2"Y 3, l'louse president Q, Chairman Assembly
Committee 3, -lreasurer V. W. C. A. 3, State Scholar-
l'loola will always be remembered by her class-
VHZ9 for tier D29 and spontaneity which can only
I f' - - . . . 1
Cf 2Q'JGll2Cl by her executive ability. But then, isnt
,A rw .
ifw lcfnzf the VUOYOV Of Cuba, l-loola? It you won-
Cerat the source of II f-l I
6 oo als vitality, we refer you
observation-just watch her attaclt a
Plate of Hthem thar wimpiesf'
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GERTRU DE HELEN HEWITT
Watertown, New York
Arts Sackett I-ligh School
Cricket Club Q, 3, Manager Archery 3, Archery'l, Q,
I-liking 1, Q, Basketball 'l, Y. W. C. A. 3.
Did anyone mention the army? What about the
army post at Sackett's I-larbor? Then there is her
ability in the cooking line-in preparation For what?
And she can certainly ply a mean needle-or per-
haps we mean Usew a Fine seam." She can make
tailored clothes look tailored-not an easy thing.
We almost Forgot Syracuse-but we will wager that
Helen hasn't. What is there about that town?
MARGARET HELEN HOKENSEN
VIRGINIA MAE HILLOCK
8 Nottingham Road
Arts East l-ligh
Freshman Choir, Y. W. C. A. 7, Q, Sophomore
Cabinet Q, Business Staff Croceus 3.
Virginia is one of our future "brain-trusts,"
etticiency experts, international interpreters, or what
have you? Equally at home on the ballroom Floor as
in any or all classrooms, she thus proves her versatil-
ity. She is one of those rare specimens who may be
called a "one-mann woman. We hasten to qualify
that statement-only one man at a time.
Salamanca, New York
Arts Gamma Phi Salamanca I-ligh
Class president 3, Vice-President Q, Secretary,
Student-Faculty Council 3, Croceus 3, Tower 'limes
Q, 3, I-louse Committee, Cutler Union Q, Cricket
Club Q, 3, Tennis 3.
"l'lokie" hails from Salamanca where the lndians
war-whoop all day. Any information concerning the
lndian Reservation can be obtained by addressing a
self-addressed envelope to Miss l'lokensen. As the
Junior class president, her executive abilities are
unequallecl. As For original ideas-she is a true
- a-- .'l3'i"Y"
A ANNE ELIZABETH JOHANSON
734 Woodbine Avenue
view to time results to be gained
MARIAN ELIZABETH JOHNCOX
766 Garson Avenue
Arts East i-liglm
Qeology Club 'l, international Relations Club 3,
Political Club 3, l-lockey 3.
lo time uninitiated, itwould seem tlmat Marian's two
passions-music and government are as lar apart as
time two poles. But as music can Usootlme time savage
breast," wlmat could it do to tl'me politicianisf? lime
connection is apparent wlmen one recalls time pass-
word oi time two fields: tlme musician says, HGive me
don wlmile time politician says, UGive me douglmi'
-. lt's all in tlwe spelling.
Qntario, New York
Club 3, State Sclmolarslmip.
can work lmar
tinme. Not bad, Marg.
Arts -llmeta Tau llmeta West l"liglm
l-lockey 1, Q, 3, Manager oi l-lockey 3 Basketball
1, Q, Tennis Q, l-listory l Club Geology Club 'l
Dr. Watkeys' Discussion Group l Model League
Committee Q, international Relations Club Q 3 V
W. C. A. 'l, Q, 3, Y. W. C. A Cabinetl Q e
Book Editor 3, Croceus 3, State Sclmolarsliip City
It you wonder at time source oi lwer lmiglm marks
vigor in all sports, and lmer pleasing personality
alw, tlme answer is HSmacks.H A very systematic person
is Betty Jo-slme plans everytlming witlm a deiinite
MARJORIE MABEL JOHNS
Arts Sigma Kappa Llpsilon Qntario l'lI8lW
Ereslmman Clwoir, Easter Clmapel l Basketball 'l Q 3
l'llSlOVY l Club, Soplmomore Cabinet Q V W C A
'l, Q, 3, Geology Club Q, Spring Pageant Q pOlIUCdl
Margie tlmreatens, i'Drive witlm me once A levt
iavored lmave lived to tell time tale about time street
car-. llwis driver came from Qntaiio xm rrlm a pen and
d brain and slie lmas gone on from tlwat point exei
SiVmCe. Qne oi tlmose wlmo doesnt nced to studb l
G CiUiZ, Slme, uniortunately, docsnt k NN f
d and at tlmc samc timc lmaxc one Q0
LULA RAY JOHNSTON
8 Argyle Street
AHS Alplid Slfimd Monroe l-ligh
Chairman Sophomore l-louseparty 2, Committee
Sophomore Dance, Song Leader Q, 3, Committge
.Junior Dance, Glee Club Q, Committee Freshman-
,Junior l-louseparty 3.
There is a natural vivaciousness about our Lula,
if your spirits are low and you "need a lift," go to
Lula. She always has a cheery word and that infec-
tious giggle is a sure cure. A music major is our Lula,
but she always seems to find time to spend on that
uArt" course. Among her hobbies might be listed
linen and silver collecting.
MARION GWENDOLYN JONES
30 Colgate Street
56 Dunbar Street
Arts Theta Tau Theta West l-ligh
UCampus Baublen Q, Newman Club 1, Q, 3, Junior
Dance Committee 3, Production Committee 3,
Croceus Staff 3, French Club 3.
We wonder why Marg is always looking for a
ride to New York? Though she is a French major,
we understand that she will enter Social Work after
graduation. It must have been Sociology l or maybe
it is the experience gained in doling out food to the
starving co-eds in Cutler cafeteria.
Arts Alpha Sigma West l-ligh
Tower Times Reporter Q, "Campus Baublel' Q, Arch
Bearer Q, Blue Book Staff Q, Class Day Exercises Q,
,Junior Auction Committee 3.
There is a wistful quality about Marion that makes
her seem apart from us, but her essential depend-
ability and thoughtfulness make us proud that she
is a part of us. She ought to make a good detective-
what with all the experience she is now gaining in
the library. She can track any clue to its lair.
1-, - - A--X ,ou::wr1-
ELLEN ELIZABETH KONDRAT
T49 Garson IAWCHUC
Arts Spencerport l-ligh
Baseball i, Q, l-loCl46Y 9, 3i Basketball 'lf 9, 3i NEW-
man Club i, Q, 3, l-listory l Club.
When Ellen hears a iol4e she laughs, and vvhen
she laughs, vve laugh. ln spite ol the hearty shalcing
up she gets every morning and alternoon in her air-
conditioned Iimasine, she collects her scattered
thoughts enough to get some pretty good grades,
during her soph year, 'tis said, she got some eighties.
WILMA FRANCES KUJAWSKI
5 l-lart Street
Arts -lheta Tau Theta West l-ligh
German Club Q, 3, Sophomore Cabinet V. W. C. A.
Q, German play Q, 3, l-locl4ey 'l, Q, Dancing 'l, Q,
Baslcetball i, Q, 3, Croceus Stall, Pageant Q.
This little songstress is the joy ol the chemistry lab
with her heartrending ballads. But her activities are
not confined to the laboratory, everyone on the
campus lcnovvs and loves Wilma. She has a nice
sense ol lair play, and the only thing that brings the
red Flag ol anger into her cheel4s is to see an injustice
done. Wilma's svveet personality guarantees her
38 ldillendale Street
Nursing Xilfest l'li8lW
Baseball 'l, "Places" i, Liberal Centre 3, lnter-
national Relations Club 3, Swimming Q, Freshman
A characteristic ol Finnish pcoplc is that thei'
DGY their debts promptly, and Vieno has inhci'itCCl
this admirable trait. She also has inhcritcd an cxccl-
lence in SDOl'l5i sho is an aidcnt spOilSW0ma'l'
Vieno is tal4ing thc nursing course, and wc prOPlW5Y
llml lift Patients will obvy thcii nuisc without
HELEN MARGARET LENNA
Jamestown, New York
Nursing Gemma plil Jamestown l-ligh
Dormitory Council Q, 3, Freshman Choir, Riding Q 3,
Lena is the red-head from Jamestown who Studies
UUVSWB- Ordiriarilv We wouldn't recommend a red-
headed nurse, but l-lelen's disposition belies her
red hair. And speaking ol nursing, ask her if she
heard anything about the uStrep', sore throats at the
Strong l-lospital last summer. You'll probably hear
something about theml
EDITH GIFFORD LYON
46 Avery Street
Arts Sigma Kappa Upsilon West I-ligh
Basketball 'l, Q, 3, V. W. C. A. 'l, EZ, 3, Lewis
Street Settlement Q, 3, l-lockey 1, Business Stall
Croceus 3, Archery Q, Philosophy Club Q, "R" 1,
'lap Dancing 'l, Auction Committee 3, Sub-l:resh-
man Day 3.
Edith is our budding philosopher who never
bloomed. She thinks with Plato, but she eats with
us-indications ol high mindedness and low tastes,
Edith always liked to play cute little games, so she
majored in psychology.
MARY ELLEN MADDEN
Q1 Westland Avenue
rts Alpha Sigma Sacred l-leart Academy
Class Treasurer 'l, Page, Class Day 'l, Glee Club li
Erosh Breakfast 'l, Arch Bearer Q, "Campus Baublen
Q, Junior-Freshman l-louseparty 3, Newman ClUb
'l, Q, 3, Croceus 3.
Mary had a raccoon coat,
lts lur was very thick,
And now she has a car to carry it around in. Also
her friends. ltls safer when the steering-wheel works,
but not much. Mary also looks well on a talus slope.
The eyes speak lor themselves.
JANE PATRICIA MANGAN
Binghamton, New York
Arts -lheta Eta Binghamton I-ligh
Social Chairman 'l, 3, Baslcetball l, Q, 3, Baseball 'l,
Q, Tennis Q, lap 'l, Q, l-locl4ey 'l, Q, 3, Chairman
Sub-Freshman Day Q, Glee Club Q, Chairman Junior
Dance 3, Arch Bearer Q, Newman Club Q, Assistant
Director ot Dramatics 3, "Campus Baublew Q,
Croceus 3, Genesee Scholarship.
The Irish have it. All worl4 and no play-you
lmow-has a strong bacl4er in our friend Jane. Just
try to Find her at the dorm any weelc-end. l-lere
come the Irish with a bang-bang and ustuti lilce that,"
Arts Gamma Phi Mt. Morris
"Martyn probably mal4es more breal4s than any one
else in college, or at least more than any one in
Eastman Dormitory. Une might thinl4 that all would
be learned by experience-but not I-lelen. And
when it comes to seeing the point ot a jol4e, well,
Martin may be lrish, but isn't England somewhere
l.al4e placid, New york
Arts Lal4e placid l'll8li
Newman Club l, Q, 3, Freshman Choir, Committee
Apple Sale 3.
lolow could a girl from the region oi Lale placid
be GVWWIWIVWS IDM d good sport? Fran is cxfcrYbOClY'5
lfliiud. l-lei' First love was chemistry, but linding IIWC
9ldmO"OU5 Dd80aiiti'y ol the past moic alluring than
the prosaic tinklc ol img MLW Amt Sr,,,m9 i-Od, sht
decided to linlx her hnntl in liiuntlship with that ol
tht. Qlkdl of luglglyh thnx. OI hlkfg my5tr'lIC5
IS VVIWY l'l'dIi IOOIXS lllitlvl liyi ts.-.4 yxylxi' ltlfllil.
GRACE ANNE MOEHLMAN
149 Gregory Hill Road
Eid Monroe High
Freshman Choir, Glee Club Q, 3, Hockey 'i, Q,
Basketball 'i, Q, 3, Baseball Q, Dr. Watkeys' Discus-
sion Group 'i, History l Club, Librar
Q, 3, Academic Honesty Committee Q, 3, Chapel
and Assembly Committees 3, Assistant Editor Croceus
3, Chairman Junior-Freshman Houseparty 3, Pro-
duction manager Kaleidoscope 3, Silver Bay Q.
We predict either a career on the Metropolitan
or around the corner at the Cotton Club. She can
also Hl2eaFiirm iaith in human naturef, Then there is
Gracie's rendition oi "The Man o th Fl '
Trapeze." One has to have iaithl
n e ying
MARION KATHRYN OGILVIE
533 Augustine Street
6 Qliver Street
Arts Theta Eta Monroe High
"Baby" is that girl you see always ilitting here and
there, almost hidden by a pile oi books. If the books
aren't there, then it is the sister, Ruthie. We mustn't
iorget Anneis giggle-it is as good as a trade-mark,
for that is all that is necessary to identiiy "Baby"
Arts Theta Tau Theta John Marshal'
Freshman Choir, Glee Club Q, Arch Bearer Qi
Hostess Sub-Freshman Day i, Q, BaSl46ibdll Numerdls
Q, Sorority Council 3, Assistant Advertising Man-
ager, Blue Book Q.
When we hear HHi'ya, -l-oots?", vve know that
Marion has just entered the lab. Though d VZVY
enthusiastic chemist, she sometimes brings her
italian cut-vvork to class.
fireball Q, Basketball 3, German
irl .ffitli tlwe friendly smile-and
ou il you are a member ol tlie
N50 Cliili Axcritit'
X Sigma Kappa Llpsilon Cincinnati, Qlwio
iljtgball lffkt-tcli Club 3, leclinical Stall l'l3oor'l 3i
ii Dirt-crore "Crime at Blossoms" 3, Kaleidoscope 3.
Miss Otis lias regretted ever since Ozzie Nelson
i dt' licr famous in Cutler Union. Unlike most mod-
in girls slit' paints as well on paper as slie does on
litr lace NVQ liope slwe draws many dates and no
37 Riclwland Street
l .lic out-oi-doors. .lust watclw
l wlien Dot is on tlie court. Our
MURIEL WINIFRED PARKIN
37 Woodstock Road
Om East i-ligii
l:OUmfi ill? SDecies rarus-a woman wlio actually
H225 Vfailll and wlio never gossips. -lliat Mona l.isa
srfile lwides a trul ch
Y arming personality and a keen
52952 ol liumor. Wflwen Muriel endows a university,
ii will be witli tlie stipulation tliat time cliemistry
tables be built lower. She has
ter liar mmm during lW2r Sophomore year was, "Why
ledm lo Swim? -lli2Y always save women and cliil-
l - rn
oren First, anyliow,
a very logical mind,
IRMA SYLVIA PAULL
303 Dartmouth Street
Arts Monroe l-ligh
Tower 'limes Reporter 'li Kaleidoscope Q, 3,
A552ml0lY Program 'li QiTeio1, Qi Chapel Service Q.
A smooth car swerves behind Anderson-we
see a grin, a curl, that cheery "l-li" and lfma dashes
to her numerous "psych" classes. HAccording to
PSYClWOlO9Y-H, says lrma, and we do not catch the
last as she disappears around the corner.
DORIS EDNA PECK
l-lilton, New Yorlc
Arts Theta Tau Theta Spencerport l-ligh
l'locl4ey Qi Basketball 'l, Qi -lennis Qi Sub-Freshman
Day Committee Qi Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 'li Com-
mittee Apple Sale 3.
l-lere's some advice to the one who sometimes has
trouble in starting her car. lnstead oi aslcing for a
push, just uhitch your wagon to a star." As an Eng-
lish major Doris is particularly interested in those
"luscious" lectures concerning English novels.
PHYLLIS HILDRED PHILLIPS 'N
654 South Avenue 3'
Arts lthaca l-ligh
Scribblers' Club 1, Q, 3.
Phil came to us from lthaca with imperturable
self-possession, leaning towards entomology and a
habit of thinking in circles around most people. She
argues considerably, in a manner as clear and to the
point as her tailor-made clothes. She wielcls d medfi
lmile when dissecting Frogs, but that is as lar as it
goes. She is also a noted member ol the Scribblers'
Club and is tamed lor her psychological themes.
,fs o member ol our class, but all
.f."K'lCOVTiG. She seems to like to
' the great men ol the past, for
fF'f1i deal ol her time. Then there
'if 'sam' h' Stivct
QMS Xllfest l-ligh
Ncxxnyaiw Club l, 3, Y. ,li l-l0Cl4eY Qi
'Xitneit 32 ,lunior Auction Committee 3.
li. ho is the modest, unassuming girl with the win-
ning smile? Anna Piccarreto, ol course. Anna is
iroioiing in geology, and like a true geologist, she
wants to get to the bottom ol things provided that
it is not the V. NW. pool. She is firmly convinced that
.s diving board is an instrument ol torture, unsur-
passed by anything that the middle ages had.
Albion, New York
ALICE SCOVH. RAMSAY
Q91 Barrington Street
fL'tfiS Theta Eta Monroe l-ligh
6522 Club 1, 2, 3i Sketch cioo i, 3, Sophomore
Dance Committee Q, Grand-daughters, Club 'l, Q, 3,
Blu? Book Stat? Qi Arch Bearer Q, Freshman Choir.
A sirl llldl Cen combine a college career with an
interest in all the Hartsi' and especially art in the
literal sense, is our little friend, Alice. She has
demonstrated that certain ease in ditiicult places
N '-.f hich is the envy of us all. And her slovv spoken
l drav-fl is sure to bridge many a crisis,
VIOLET ELIZABETH RENTSCHLER
48 Atvvell Street
Arts lheta lau -I-heta Charlotte I-ligh
I-listory I Clubi Cvlee Club 'Ii Class Treasurer 3i
Advertising Manager Blue Book Qi Christmas Dance
Committee 3i Arch Bearer Qi Senior-Sophomore
-lea Committee Qi Moving-up Day Committee Qi
I-Iostess Sub-Freshman Day 3.
Though a biology major, we are sure that Vi will
never practice dissection on her pet cat, "Jitters."
We wonder why Vi doesn't Iool4 lor the postman
ETHEL PATRICIA ROSS
Canandaigua, New Yorlc
Arts John Marshall I-ligh
I-Iistory I Clubi Y. W. C. A. 'li 3i lower 'limes
Reporter 'Ii Archery Q, 3i International Relations
Club 3i Croceus Statl 3.
Few on the campus can view high marl4s with such
nonchalance, lor marl4s which send most girls into
ecstasies ol delight are merely mediocre lor pat.
I-Ier talents are not conlined to one sphere, lor she
is very versatile, and excels in science as well as in
the more classical subjects.
793 South Goodman Street
Arts Monroe I-Iigh
I-Iistory Club 'Ii French Club Qi German Club 3i
Liberal Centre 3.
Ruth is the girl that goes about her studies in her
own quiet way. l'ler peacelul nature permits her
loyal assistance in intellectual enterprises-just loolc
at her credentials.
. --. ,'lI'i'V"
Evfx MAE RusHBRooK
Albion, New York
,gms Albion l-iigh
Freshman lnitiation Q, Sketch Club 1, Q, 3, Junior
Dance Committee 3, Y. W. C. A. Q, 3, l-liking 'l, Q,
Junior Auction Committee 3, Archery Q, 3.
"Red, is another one who is getting practical ex-
perience in house-keeping during her college career
by a Kendrick address. She also Finds time to make
many posters to advertise various college activities.
Can you ever imagine Hl2ed" without Hl'lula'?"
After rooming together for three years, it is just a
habit. But then the tvvo names seem to go together.
Ml-lulan tor. . .and "Red, for Warmth.
2968 St. Paul Boulevard
45 Weld Street
Arts East l'ligh
French Club 3, ltalian Club 3, Cnlee Club 3.
Stella is one oi our nevver members of the class
ol 36. But when it comes to speaking a Fine tongue
here is our Stella for you. She can decipher any
language-'re so bevvare, all ye tricksters.
RUTH ELIZABETH SEEBACH
Arts Alpha Sigma lrondequoit l-ligh
Class Secretary 'l, Freshman Choir, Y. W. C. A.
Cabinet 1, Freshman-Sophomore Breakfast Com-
mittee Q, Spring Dance Committee Q, "CampuS
Baublen Q, Spring Pageant Q, Freshman-Junior
l'lOUS6DdVty 3, Class Vice-President 3, Croceus 3,
Cutler Union l-louse Committee 3.
Ruth is as tastidious and capable a person as our
class can boast. l-ler grace of manner and poise have
endeared her to us all. She ought to be a biology
mdiOV-her excellent vvork in l3iology l is a sure
Droot. l3ut there are related Fields in medicine-HO?
Qntario, New York
Arts Sl9m'5 KGDDG lflDsilon Qntario l"ligh
Freshman Choir, Basketball 'l, Q, 3, Sophomore
Cabinet Q, Geology Club Q, 3, Art Board oi Croceus
3, Baseball 'l.
The 5l1Y heroine from Qntario who went up the
River and made good. She majored in Geology Cstep
right up girlsl She expects to spend her liie in a
museum with the mummies.
'l'lO Raeburn Avenue
LAURA GERALDINE SPENCER
Arts Sigma Kappa Llpsilon West l-ligh
Freshman Choir, l-lockey Q, Swimming 'i, Basketball
2, l'listory l Club, Y. W. C. A. 'l, Q, 3, Sorority
Council 3, Junior Auction Committee 3, Political
Cierry's the little girl, with little girl ways. You
can always Find her ii you listen lor her laugh-sheis
the girl with the cheerful disposition. For Gerry we
predict a successful life and a merry one.
RUTH E. MILLER
Saranac Lake, New York
Arts Saranac Lake
French xl, Q, 3, lDldY Qi xl, Q, 3,
Croceus Fund Committee, 3.
l2uth's work as librarian in Sibley must be quite
a help in her chosen avocation-collecting material
for her promised Brochure-on Great Jokes oi the
We put her over on this page because she claims
an appreciative audience is a prerequisite for the
re better things in life, aren't there,
GRACE CAROLYN STORANDT
h x XM .ti
5 -Xfpria Sigiiia John lvlarshall High
x :visit-i lrom Qbuilin in her second year, her
fi as szfiilt' has made her one ol us. It you are ever
Ning tor a walking fashion-plate, here comes
Qiattr Rh mt' always as neat as a pin. Her last name
nos as il some one were stuttering or but it's
Perry, New Vorlc
Alpha Sigma Perry High
bfond deserter ol '36 But even though
ol alarmed most of her time last year,
ss that foggy smile of hers these days.
music, on the other hand, should come
irilf of Hsolt lights and sweet music."
T04 Xxfeyl Street
AWS Benjamin l:ranl4lin High
History l Club, Y. W. C Pt. 'l, Q, 3,Archery1.
Stella is gifted with that rare talent of tolerance
which enables her to understand mispronunciations
of her last name. Should a professor stumble, he is
ClW?2VlUllY N525 lDY a "Here," before the name is
manhandled. She is a lcindly philosopher and can
give well-ventilated opinions on any and all sub-
l2CfS4 The "Y" talces up most of her time.
LOUISE KIEFFER SULLIVAN
417 Seneca Parkway
Arts Alpha Sigma John Marshall l-ligh
Secretary Student Association Q, Class l-listorian,
Silver Bay 1, Arch Bearer Q, lower -limes 3, "Campus
Baubleu Q, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 'i, 3.
"Girls, l didnlt know a thing," sayg Jackie after
every quiz-but you look at her marks some ol these
days. Then there is the question ol a perpetual fog-
you know, that quizzical look olten seen on Jackie's
face. But she will always listen to anybody-and
that is a help in these days. Ancl blue is flattering,
isnyt it, Jackie?
DOROTHY MARIE SUTER
Webster, New York
Arts Theta Alpha Epsilon Webster l-ligh
Sophomore Cabinet Q, Basketball 'l, Q, 3, Tennis Q,
Junior Dance Committee 3, French Club Q, 3, Com-
mittee Apple Sale 3.
Although petite, Dorothy has her share of inde-
pendence and gets around the basketball court with
surprising agility, easily evading her taller opponents.
She is an English major and wonders why. ln spite ol
her cheerlul and lun-loving nature, she knows what
itis all about.
ETHEL RUTH HELEN THEIS
308 St. Casimir Street
Arts East l-ligh
-l-reasurer German Club 3.
Ethel's service in the library has brought her into
contact with her Fellow students at their worst-
hurried and worried, but it has left her good-
natured, quiet, and uncynical, a truly lovable per-
sonality. Ethel is one oi the rare people WhO CGD
master the intricacies oi the German language and
answer a question in German with ease.
HELEN MARGARET VAN ZILE
Caledonia, New Vorlc
Arts Theta Alpha Epsilon Caledonia High
State Scholarship, Freshman Choir, French Club 3,
Archery 'l, 3, Y. W. C. A. 3, Swimming Q.
Margaret is one of those people with a quiet
determination which overcomes all obstacles and
lalters not. l-ler resolution to major in French was
not even shalcen when she was called "Miss Van
Zillyn by a certain member of the French Depart-
ment. l-lowever, Zilly or not, she is a good person
to have around when there is worlc to be done.
'I77 Colebourne Road
Arts lheta Alpha Epsilon East I-ligh
Freshman Choir, Sophomore Cabinet 52, Y. W. C. A.
i, Q, 3, Committee Students' Association Banquet 3,
Ellenmae is one of those rare individuals who can
learn chemical formulae and physical laws. Behind
a cheerful and nonchalant exterior she conceals a
certain dependability which is not to be ignored.
She likes lootball games and the movies. And among
her lab reports are generally to be lound song sheets
nd autographed l. Q. Us
Binghamton, New Yorlc
Arts Gamma Phi Binghamton Central l"ligh
l-loclcey Q, Baslcetball Q, 3, Tennis Q, Newman Club
'l, Q, 3, Criclcet Club 3, Class Secretary 3, German
Connie is one ol the few people who have been
able to stand the pace ol a pre-med course, and
before WNY YQGVS W2 Qxpect to see her a lull-fledged
doctor. She had better sticlc to the treating of women
and children only, or she will be having all her
patients in love with her. What man could resist a
Dfetty doctor lilce Connie?
ANNE JEAN WALLACE
Iarrytown, New York
Arts Theta Alpha Epsilon East High
History I Clubi Hoclcey Qi International Relations
Club Qi French Club 'I, Q.
.Iean's salient characteristic is ingenuity. During
her freshman year she spent her time writing short
verses which she handed in in Iieu of term papers,
and got A's. In cold weather she wears Flannel
pajamas and a wool dress and is not at all embar-
rassed to pull up an otlending yellow leg during a
JANE ELIZABETH WELCH
RUTH ELIZABETH WAUGH
'I5 Westland Avenue
Arts Sigma Kappa Llpsilon Monroe High
Criclcet Club 3i Freshman Choiri Glee Club Q, 3i
Archery Qi Riding Q, 3i Y. W. C. A. 3i Junior
Auction Committee 3.
Ruth really believes it is polite to be late. Gut of
an 8 o'cIocI4 cIass.oI 'IO6 persons, she has earned
the uncontested title of "the IO o'cIocIc scholar."
Religion is her major and our private opinion is that
she's trying to get the inside dope on St. I3eter's
views on punctuality.
Fairport, New York
Arts Sigma Kappa Llpsilon Fairport High
Y. W. C. A. 3i Croceus 3i Junior Auction Com-
Jane is I:airport's eleven o'cIocI4 girl. She is
Gertrude Stein's only rival with her famous Ol'
infamous epic ode to the cow-
"Cow, cow, cow-
Miss Stein-Welch credits this great creative genius
to those extra hours of sleep she gets each night.
1 Theta Eta Monroe i-iigh
w. lc-saotgr i, Afampus Baublel' Q, publicity,
,.p liiiieu 3, Moving-Llp Day Q, Basketball 'l, Q,
.- -',f i Q, l-listory l Club, Freshman Choir, Glee
i 3, Grind Editor, Croceus 3, Point System
riot-Freshman l-louseparty Q.
i Wifi, here comes Whipple-a smile and a load
cle Dependable, a sense ol humor, a wee bit
this girl has won a place in the heart ol her
suhlerers. V!hat ol the class oi '36 il it were
EUZABETH MARGARET WERNER
Glendale, lv New york
Nwsmg Richmond l'lill l"ligh
Baseball ul?" Q, Basketball ul?" Q, l-lockey Q.
lhose who iollow in the footsteps ol Florence
Nightingale must possess a rare courage and devo-
tion to duty, and Elizabeth is quite worthy ol the
profession. Quiet and unassuming, she goes about
her work etliciently and without any complaints.
Xlifith all ol New York City to take care oi, Elizabeth
will need that excess energy which keeps her so
18 Alpine Street
Bliss, Nlew York
Arts Geneseo Normal
Liberal Centre 3.
Doris decided that teaching wasn't the profession
for l'iQi' SO she l'idS DOW idVOi'6Cl LIS l12i' m2mkD2i'-
Ship in the class of ,36. Now Doris spends her time
between the library, her books, and the Liberal
Centre. But welcome to ,3o, Doris,
MARY JANE WINTER
'l8Q Parlcside Avenue
Arts Nazareth Academy
Tap l, Q, Granddaughters, Club 'l, Q, 3j Newman
Club 'l, Q, 3i Glee Club Qi Junior Auction Com-
mittee 3, Croceus 3i University Players 'l, Q.
Mary Jane spent four years at Nazareth just to
prove that she was not the convent sort of girl. She
can give all lcinds of information on all lcinds of sub-
iects. l-ler specialty is politics. She stuclies furiously
and plays with an equal amount of energy. Mary
Jane refuses to recognize obstacles.
31 Rand Street
HELEN SCOTLAND WISHART
Arts John Marshall l-ligh
freshman Choirf Y. W. C. A. l Q 3 Archery Q
Junior Auction Committee 3i lnternational Relations
Short and to the point, l'lelen has convinced every
one around college that after all it is the little things
in life that count. We are sure novv that svveet things
come in small packages. This little girl means to malce
her marlq she has done so in archery and we
prophesy that she will do so in the world of finance
FORMER MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1936
Fr dnce s Adler
Julia D. Bailey
Puth J. Beeleer
Elizabeth M. Brady
Janet C. Burt
Anna E. Cellister
Ruth Mocomber Conners
Marian E. Crolts
Ruth l-l. Eberle
Gladys E. I-lornung
M. Dorothy l-lyde
Ruth E. Loebs
Eleanor M. Meaele
Ruth A. Miller
Fr anee s C. Mottrarn
Esther E. Payne
Virginia l-l. Peele
Mildfed A. Post
Dorothy G. Potter
Mary l-l. Raistriele
Dorothy M. Rennie
Ruth N. Steidlitz
Evelyn M. Theis
Suzanne l-l. Trimble
Marcia W. Tuttle
Louise P. Vieltio
Geraldine 0. West
June M. Wilcox
YOU MEANY, ELLEN!
BASEBALL AS AN
A "BARRY" ISIICE SLIR-
RRISE FOR THE
LOOK AT THE BIRDY,
THE HAIR IS KIND OF
HARD TO "CORE"
COME om, GRAVV,
DON'T LET HIM
THROW YOLI, LENA
BEFORE AND AFT
ON THE WAY OLIT?
T 0 W E
Wedne5ddY evening, ancl tlwe vveeltly publication
ol tlme Women's College is on it
Wpewriters clicl4 luriously. . . a
rU5lW in witlw last minute news. At si
Slwarp, tlwe stall knocks oll and goesd
lledlly SUDDGV, and tlwen baclq to
s way to press . .1
nd tardy VGDOVWS
own to Qdli
vvorlc. The l00l'
Out' ' - P685 ancl l-lol4ie's scandal sheet..-C 'I
in and all activity ceases vvlwile tlie latest escapd 4
. . 6
Ol Professor Zilclw is ascertained
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Nlidl OU! RIVCI I'CldllODS dl'C upto no
All ol it rccl lnot in this issue
and it is l Hmm
. Y. W. iii
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Cutler' Cloings , . , campus activity . -- '
'N' ' Wok, music, ancl art gallery
lxeatl all about gil
f y'gVl2VVS. l A
Editor-in-chief .... CLAIRE R. MEYER,
Associate Editor . . MARY G. GREENE
News Editor CI-IALLICE R. INGELGW
Managing Editor ...........
. . . . . VIRGINIA L. TOWNSEND
News Supervisors ..........
. . . . . .MARGARET M. GLYNN
. . . .MARGARET I-I. I-IOKENSEN,
Assistant Managing Editors ......
. . . . . . . . I-IARRIET R. FRANK, '36
. . . . . MARGARET L. DOERFFEL, '37
Assistant News Editors ........
. . . . . . . . MARION E. BURKE,
. . . . . . . MIRAM E. KLQNICK
Sports Editor . . ANNE JOI-IANSON, '36
Exchange Editor ...........
. . . . MARGARET M. KELLNER,
' BUSINESS STAFF
Business Manager KATI-IRYN E. BECKER,
Advertising Manager ........
. . . . . . LOUISE K. SULLIVAN,
CircuIation Manager .........
. . . . . . E. PI-IOEBE BABBAGE,
Assistant Circulation Manager .....
. . . . . . I-IELENE R. BERMAN,
BEcKER, INGELQW, BURKE, GLYNN, GREENE, FRANK, Rtorsucit TOWNSEND
SULLIVAN, I-IOKENSEN, MEYER
iQi?i'-AICOLA, FELLOWS, GLOVER, BAILY, CARMAN, GIFFORD, COOK, MOSHER, HATCH,
MOEHLMAN, EGBERT, GROVES
Monday alternoons strange, almost eery S0 f
FC tler Union
band Ol lust!
students enjoying an afternoon Ol Bfdllmsfthe
Ted and Dianissimo . . . Several m6mbelSO.i
club lwave been preparing lor tlie interco . I
contest to be lweld in Cutler in April ' ' Gulf,
services lwave been enlivened bi' the ldlenlollbll
O"8anization . . . At tlie conxfocdlloncdsigol
lweld lor President Rlwees in Stron9 Auclllon lb,
steal from the second tloor o U
lnvestigators discover merely d
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February 6, it was tlius same Sfoupf aug ,J
ii in SGW"
tlwe River Goliatlws, who lifilfl loft vi,
college songs . . . More DOWN - "
. . . to tlic Glcc Club.
Director . ...- THEODORE F' ll
Here is a noble organization . . . Rain or shine its
members turn out every Wednesday morning to
vvarble cheer to chapel congregations . . . I-hese
freshmen sing anything from Bach to Fitch with
cadenzas . . . We particularly IiI4e the gray and
scarlet robes . . . Ihey give that medieval atmos-
phere . . . At Christmas and Easter the choir puts
on a special program in combination with its big
sister, the Glee Club . . . And such harmonyl
Director . . . THEODORE F. FITCH
IELD DWYER ivioraty MAH-its coorsitv Moursir, uuraicri,
CARHART' ENNIS' F ' ' ' ursiotrz, wirsicilitu, imrviao, Kysoie
FOWLE, POTTINGER, KOVELL, CARR, HARRIS, I.
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Y. W. C. A
1 SITZENSTATTER, SIBLEY
Qver one hundred students belong. Twice a
month supper meetings are held in Cutler Union
and the members tal4e part in discussion groups.
Mrs. l-larper Sibley is the leader ol the group On
personal relations. Another, dealing with the
philosophy of life, is guided by Dr. Maynard l..
The Y. W. C. A. also has a prominent part in col-
lege activities. During Freshman Weelc, memberS
of the entering class are entertained at luncheon.
Each term a chapel service of an international
nature is put on by the Y. The organizdU0f1
also sponsored the special Saturday noon lunch6S-
Several interesting speakers have addressed the
students at open meetings. Among them . . - DV'
T. Z. Koo from China . . . Muriel Lester, head ol
Kingsley l-lall Settlement l-louse in London. The
Women joined vvith the men in sponsoring
il-he retreats at which the VM and the YW also
combine, are held on Sundays. Speakers address
the SVOUD uDon subjects of ethical intereSf- D"
Wilhelm Paucle of the Chica9O University Con'
ducted one ol the retreats this year.
For the last tvvo years, the incomif18 D
the Y has been sent in the summe
r to the Union
Theological Seminary at Columbia. The experi-
ence is valuable in conducting V worI4 during
the college session. Delegates were sent to two
conferences this year, at Colgate and at Wells,
where they represented the Student Christian
The Y. W. C. A. seeI4s to adjust the student's
religious life . . . it ollers an opportunity for active
participation in the education of the community
with settlement worlc and interracial 'activities in
which the organization co-operates with the city.
President .... RUTI-I SITZENSTATTER, '35
Vice-President . . VIRGINIA BAILY, '36
Secretary ....... RUTI-I DONISI-I, '37
Treasurer ..... LOUISE I-IENDRYX, '36
CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES
Conference . . . LOUISE SULLIVAN, '36
Social Service . . . MAYBER BAILEY, '37
Program ...... SUSAN GLOVER, '35
Religious Trends JANET SURDAM
World Fellowship I-IELEN COAPMAN
Publicity DORIS FELLOWS
Advisor MRS HARPER SIBLEY
cabinet SITZENSTATTER coAPlviAN BAILEY Feuows otovere BAILY I-IENDRYX
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STLWART, GILLES, RUBINSON, HOCHSTEIN, MANN, LEI-IR, ASNASS, LUSK,
KLONICK, SALE, GOODMAN, HEILBRUNN
Standing: GRAY, CASHMAN, YALOWICH, MACKENZIE, BOGORAD
THE LIBERAL CENTRE
Everything from capitalism to communism is diS-
cussed by the Liberal Centre . . . formed in the
fall by students who realized the need ola college
lorum where modern problems could be lfffl
discussed. The attitude of the club is D
open-minded . . . it is neither rad
ical nor cori-
servative, but talqes into consid
of each question.
Speakers, usually outside oi collefieflmve do
rent toD'C5 ' ' '
dressed the students upon cur I
R ' and the indU5'
race relations, modern art, uSSldi WW
trial system. At an open
Spoke on the negro problem. ,I d around
The anti-lynching petitions circulate W
COllC3C were sponsorcd lib' the Liberal Cenlr
. . . in lact, the club scrycd G5 headquarters O
the protest in the castcrn collc9C5-
' 5, wxtoxicficii, '35
Lcadci .... RUTH
Are you tongue-tied if called on to give an im-
promptu speech on tlwe habits of tlie American
oyster? . . . l-lave you ever longed lor, vulgarly
spealcing, a gift of gab? . . . Join tlme Debating
Club and learn lwovv to entlirall an audience. . .
Formed last year, tliis club lwas gained members
among tlwe aspiring orators oi tlwe student body . ..
ln order to enlarge tlwe club, the men were invited
to join . . . tlwe membership from tlie vvomen's
college automatically increased. . . Meetings are
lweld every tvvo weeks in Cutler . . . or at the
liome ol Dr. Guliclc, tlie club's advisor.
Leader . . RUTH B. GOODMAN, '37
ASNASS Htitsiauisiisi cAsHfviAN HARRIS srvima ctfxussrsi oooorvifw wan
KLONICK SWEETNAM LAW SALE CO!-IN
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Can you Hparlez-vousuf? Brush up OD H1052 idioms
if you want to leel at home, as onlY Ffencll is
spolcen at the meetings. . . If you are interested in
France and French customs, you are welcome . - '
Cnce a month in this atmosphere of the Old
World, the members gather to learn what their
Gallic brothers and sisters are doif1S- - ' plays
add to the entertainment. . . And alter the meet-
ing , . . des ralraichissements . . . Members tooli
part in the play "Le Medicin Malgre Lui,', PVC'
sented by the French Department in the spring.
President ....... WILLIAM WALZER
Vice-President ....... MARIE FINN
seamen, ,.... MAIME on PASQUALE
Treasurer . . .... JOHN MASON
Spreclmen sie Deutsclw'?'ll1e German club . . . open
to all students interested in tlie language and
culture ol the land of pretzels and beer. . . meet-
ings once a montli. At some meetings . . . spealcers
. . . at others, a UlVlusic Appreciation l-lourf' The
social part ol tlie meeting . . . German lolksongs
and games. An enjoyable feature of the club is its
afternoon Ulfatlestrunde' '... at Wlwicli tlwose two
affinities Katlee und Kuclwen are served. A comedy
by Kleist . . . "Der Zerbrockene Krugn . . . was
presented by the club and members ot tlwe German
Department in lVlarcl'1.
President. . . RUTH BRETSCHNEIDER
Secretary . . .... EVELYN Tl-IEIS
Treasurer . . . ETHEL THEIS
ooooi-suis, sisuntiz, witty, MARVIN, GRAVES, BERTOLETTE i
- ear .nies very smootlw indeed.
v 272 fi.
'I estl' old luis pert, and
ofs. Tnose miniature frames
-s .... ,.-.' 3 .ve neeo is time minia-
-A .,- ,.,-,,--
re: fs few of us slower-
i tickets too late to get a
ference es long as were
., ' :'e ':::. ::rri,f to mention lood so
:sid og Tefe is so'etning eoou: it. This time
1 e-:'e.s" :ike emo cogee . . . deeply
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iz: intefesinr 'o see
F5"'Z . . . Es"'lf7T IC Er
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e giso neo e receiving line.
..n:t can tae done witli ei
oi.-an in ten easy lessons.
The juniors at their money-mei4ing dqdm
ing therewith entertainment and
we ate . . . thereis something Ca
as we recovered from the sho-:L o o
to a iree-for-nothing dinner c sw
oiiiee with our ecceptanees o ix a
casualties reported. it seems th t
twin, so he had e nice litt
denees with our shining examoi
was the Funniest thing . . .h
oi us and came back with
and her henchmen did Ca tin
as it were, Filled the hell
Mouse scored again, as it were
if pl mu
With the organization this year oi a new language
club, vve are beginning to wonder if it would not
be advisable to form an American Club to pre.
serve the native tongue. We barely hold our own
against the ltalian, German and French linguists,
This new club has been very active. Meetings have
been addressed by speakers upon aspects ol
Italian lite and culture. A social hour always
President . . . SAMUEL J. D'AMICO, '35
Vice-President . CHARLES N. CLARK, '36
Secretary ....... LOUISE ANGE, '37
Treasurer ..... FLORENCE STOLT, '35
Social Chairman DR. CLARENCE K. MOORE
Advisor ...... MRS. PAUL PIGORS
To the victors belong the spoils. . . At mid years,
to those Fifteen or twenty luclcy individuals of the
l-listory 'l-Q Class who have most successfully
grasped the course comes the privilege of be-
coming members oi this club. . . ln class. ..l2W2f
quizzes . . . more discussion. . . The club m2CfS
every tvvo vveel4s at the home of Dr. and lVlf5-
Mackenzie. . . Members give reports on interest-
ing bool4s and current problems. . . Discussion
lollovvs . . Formal barriers are sure to dissolvti
. . . and students reveal deep-laid Plans lold
under the influence of Dr. MacKenzie'S Sen'
personality and Mrs. Maclfenzies relf
bigger and better university.
There are rocks and rocks but lt takes an
expenengecl geologist to explain the hne dns
tmcrlon between porphyrltlc andeslte and amy e
loldal hasolt Earnest seekers after the truth
faculty and students meet every thlrd Tuesday
atthe home olDr Alllng the head of the Geology
Department, and are further enlughtened by stu
dent papers, slrdes, motion pictures and dlscus
sions Freld trlps Adirondack freshness and
Vermont hrs the goal of every zealous member
A further inducement IS the clubs lnsrgma
two crossed hammers over an A
President BENJAMIN T SIMMCDNS 34
Flrst Vice President
ARTHUR F GALE JR 35
Second Vrce President
CHARLES M REED 34
Secretary Treasurer IRENE WRAY 34
Faculty Advlsor DR ALLING
Quadrangles and triangles and the lntrlcacres
of higher mathematics for those who long for the
answer to the why of things It IS open to all tnose
Interested In the subject particularly to those
majorlng In It and honor students In second
Year math Their supper meetings are the vogue
four Yearly at which student papers are
read or speakers on current mathematical dis
coverles hold forth The mann purpose of the club
ts to Interest students In Individual work and
research and to discuss thelr own results
President HOWARD HENNINGTON 35
Secretary Treasurer RAY WYLAND 35
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SIATLIS GLIO . . .
CELEBRITIES . ..
JULEP . . .
TROPICS . . .
NEWMANITES . . .
TI-IE WORLD IS TI-IEII2 OYSTEI2 . . .
WITI-I PEN . . .
AND BRUSI-I . . .
FOOTLIGI-IT. . .
LIIVIELIGI-IT. . .
SPINACI-I EATERS . . .
SATELLITIES . . .
BE KIND, GENTLE READER, BE KIND
AESTI-IETES . . .
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Flash . . .
Marsiens, senior honorary society, runs college
suppers . . . capacity crowds . . . largest in history '
oi the school.
Senior heads liberal club, new organization . . .
for that matter, seniors heading everything. , A
Class in a social whirl . . . vocational teas, senior
teas, Mothers' tea, teas . . . seniors otiered oppor-
tunities in New York store.
Largest number oi Phi Betes in the history oi the
college . . . inspires undergraduates to greater
Feeling runs high . . . mascot jealously guarded in
senior lounge . . . a great race is anticipated. i
Practice teachers spend long hours in library, trying
to keep a step ahead oi their students.
Classes called oil on account of comprehensives
. . . seniors go in retirement . . . iew casualties
Senior Class OHICCV5
BECKER HARRIS suiaofwi
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:.,q,rty.ts1 FLORENCE ALBRECH, Phi Beta Kappa
:': -MILL LI I.fABETI-I ALLEN
Llfaitilfl IZLHH APPELBAUM
Itt wi NCL PHOEBE BABBAGE
I 'K AITLLAIDE BAKER
f'.'r'xIIY LOUISE BANKS
,'t.',!lYI,"xM RUTH BARKER
iItNA LOUISE BASCHNAGEL, Treasurer
ASS OF 1935
it "xll'lARXr'N ELLA BECKER, Social Chairman, Cast "Julep Time"
fi.t,"xRI,-KIXJ DOLORES BERGER
N:'IlZL'ilNIA CLARK BLACKMAR
SUSANNE BOGORAD, Marsiens, Phi Beta Kappa, Chairman Mothers' Tea
ALICE CATHERINE BRANDT
IIUIH BRETSCHNEIDER, Phi Beta Kappa, President Delta Phi Alpha
i".'.,-'xlib' KATHERINE BURNS
i't.iARGARET PATRICIA CARLOMUSTO
t.1AI3IAN DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN
DOROTHY SCHOENHEIT CHASE
CATHERINE OCUMPAUGH COBB
IQMII.Y REEVES COCKETT
LVELYN RUTH COOPER
CLARA ELIZABETH DOSCHER
FRANCES LUCILLE EARL
ALICE LILLIAN ESTER
i'.i'-KRGUERITE JEAN FELLOWS, Secretary
LENA FERRARI, Phi Beta Kappa
If-ORIS LOUISE FONDA
NANCY TESSIENE FORMICOLA
C,-KTHARINE ALICE FOSTER
FLORENCE ERIIQA FOSTER
It-"HEEL REED GLEASON
'I'-'-flow cavoursis GLIDDEN Ph B '
ff QQ Nl 't I i eta Kappa, Pres. Sorority Council
fbift - HANFORD GLOVER, Marsiens
LOIS ANNA GOEHRINGER
GRISWOLD GREENE, Director-Author "Julep Time"
te-Lt. .-YNINA HARMAN
t-l..f -EIH MARY HARRIS, V
N wg ice-Pres. of Senior Class, Chairman Cutler Committee
snowy izftrnsiaims Henle
COFQA Hama Hoci-ISTEIN
1 Pres. International Relations Club Phi Beta Ka a
F ORENCE Horrwtm ' pp
tjgggw Gsmuot HOLLY
:Lam DOROTHY I-iurzvirz
C-.t-Luce Rum imottov
H , x ff Marsiens, News Editor Tower Times
,.t,-L,-QINE TUENBULL ,101-INSQN
CL,-HRICE MARY KEENAN
.. ARP' PAULINE LAY, Chairman Point Revision Com
Course Residence City Residence
Arts Rochester 34 Iroquois Street
Arts Macedon 41 Prince Street
Arts Rochester 188 Culver Road
Arts So. Byron 41 Prince Street
Arts Andover 424 University Avenue
Arts Rochester 143 Wellington Avenue
Arts Pennsylvania 561 University Avenue
Arts Rochester 824 S. Goodman St.
Arts Rochester 578 Arnett Boulevard
Arts Rochester 80 Thurston Road
Arts Brighton 120 Oakdale Drive
Arts Rochester 149 Melville Street
Arts Rochester 4768 Lake Avenue
Arts Brighton 93 Meredith Avenue
Arts Rochester 208 Culver Road
Arts Rochester 166 Navarre Road
Arts Rochester 196 Wellington Avenue
Arts Rochester 119 Brunswick Street
Educ. Rochester 121 Shepard Street
Arts Rochester 66 l-lickofY Sffeet
Arts Rochester 304 Dartmouth Street
Arts Rochester 296 Conrad Drive
Arts Rochester 25 M005 Street
Arts Rochester 229 Warwick Avenue
Arts Rochester 412 JaY Slfeet
Arts Rochester 38 Hinsdale Street
Arts Rochester 107 Electric Avenue
Arts Rochester 93 Saratoga Avenue
Arts Rochester 33 Aberdeen Street
Arts Rochester 440 S. Goodman St.
Arts Oil City, Pa. 125 Weldon Street
Arts Rochester 149 AnthonY SUM
Arts Rochester 268 Brunswick Street
Arts Rochester 999 Pullman Avenue
Arts Rochester 916 South Avenue
Arts Brighton 14 Emland Avenue
Arts E. Rochester
Arts Rochester 125 Mulberry Street
Arts Brighton 215 Oakdale Drive
Arts Rochester 665 Savannah greet
Arts Rochester 473 Flower Clit' P twat
Arts Rochester 8 Berkshire Street
Arts Rochester 69 S. Washinfiton strc?
Arts Monmouth, lll. 440 Thurston Rod
Arts Rochester 45 Trdfdledf Street
Arts Rochester 82 Watkins Teffaae
Rochester 1193 Lewiston Ailenue
MARION LORETTA LEEK
GLADYS VIOLET LEHR
CATHERINE EMMA LEITER
MARY ADELAIDE LUSK
REBECCA WINIFRED MCCORMICK
HELEN DELIA MACDOWELL
ALICE THORA MAIJGREN
ELIZABETH MARIE MANGAN
CATHERINE JEAN MANN
LUELLA IRENE MARSH
EDITH MAY MASON
MONICA BRAYER MASON Marslens Chairman Christmas Dance
CLAIRE RUTH MEYER Marsiens Editor in Chief of Tower Times Phi B
Chairman University Day
ROSEMARY AGNES CHARLOTTE MORGAN Athletic Manager
LAURA EMILY MURPHY Phi Beta Kappa
RUTH IRENE NADITZ
HARRIET JULIA NAYLOR Phi Beta Kappa
HELEN CRAWFORD NEILLY Marsiens
RUTH FRANCES O GRADY Phi Beta Kappa Delegate Model League
MARION MAGDALENE PALMER
VIRGINIA MAE PAMMENTER
PAULINE MARY PAULSON President Phi Beta Kappa
DORA HELEN POFFENBERGER
GERTRUDE EMMA ROUSHORN
CATHERINE MAY SALO
ANNE SCHAEFER Marsiens President of Students Association
FRANCES ELIZABETH SHANNON Phi Beta Kappa
RUTH ELLA SITZENSTATTER Marsiens President Y W C A
ELTA SLAGHT Cast Julep Time
ELIZABETH ELLEN SMALLWOOD Columnist Tower Times
WANDA AILEEN SMITH
ELINOR LORENE SNYDER
MARY JEAN STEWART
MARION ELIZABETH SULLIVAN
THEO JANET SURDAM Historian
MILDRED ROSE TALLUTO
EDYTHE MARGARET TELFORD
VIRGINIA LOUISE TOWNSEND Managing Editor Tower Times
ALICE ZODA WALKER
MARIAN JANE WALKER
GRETCHEN DUDLEY WILCOX
ROBERTA COVER WILDER
GERTRUDE ESTHER WILMOT
BETTY PATRICIA WOLBERG Phi Beta Kappa Pres Phi Si8md 0 5
RUTH SONIA YALOWICH Leader Liberal Centre Phi Beta Kappa
Rochester 140 Ravenwood Avenue
Naugatuck, Conn. 424 Univ. Ave.
721 Glide Street
287 Electric Avenue
. 41 Prince Street
251 Park Avenue
650 Seneca Parkway
192 Sherwood Avenue
304 Seneca Parkway
40 Holmes Street
67 Ouentm Road
1092 Harvard Street
1261 Highland Avenue
36 Ed emont Road
N Hartford Conn 54 Thornton Rd
112 Huntington Parkway
242 Albemarle Street
374 Post Avenue
105 Navarre Road
3390 Culver Road
325 Yarmouth Road
New York City 424 Univ Ave
554 Clarissa Street
507 Brooks Avenue
212 Monroe Avenue
118 Beaufort Street
211 Summit Drive
22 Holmes Street
205 Depew Street
14 Harvard Street
41 Prince Street
625 Arnett Boulevard
137 Warwick Avenue
30 Audubon Street
34 Savannah Street
180 Pardee Road
84 Rohr Street
858 Landing Road
B7 Culver Road
287 Dartmouth Strc I
07 Culver Road
0 Olut rStr et
00 Conklin AN nu
O0 Harper Str t
407 Joscoh Awenu
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Marsiens . . . the Senior l-lonor Society . . I is
composed ot eight ol the current graduating
class's best . . . Scholarship, perSOFIdlifYf and
participation in extra-curricular activities are the
criteria lor choice. . .The chosen ones are tapped
by the active Marsiens on Moving UP Dar and
begin their duties the next lall. . . Cn University
Day come prospective freshmen from out-of-town
hish schools . . . The Nlarsiens do the honOfS
with a luncheon at Cutler . . . a trip to the foot'
ball game . . . and then back to a tea dance . H
College suppers are also their province . - - an
old custom to the lore . . . ln between timesdf
business meetings and social eveningS. - - The
Droud possessors of the small sword worn
cally on the left shoulder are the eF1VY
class and the idols of the freshmen.
A USRECIALH TREAT
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SOPHOMORE SPRING DANCE
We have to admit that this was the smoothest dance ol the year. Well l meanl lmagine
Finding the lounge turned into the l'lotel lnternationale, the dance hall into Waikiki
Beach, and our own cafeteria into the Pink Elephantcale. The orchestra was backed up
bya boat, and a Full moon. Qnly one objection . . . the moon did not rise. probably
it couldn't get away lrom the orchestra. You know how orchestras are. The retreshments
were refreshing, and a goodly supply thereof. And the Floor showl Well, whatl
mean is, why go to New York? lt's hard to decide these days whether to be a
Democrat or a Republican, but the elephant was so cutel
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i'.'rCCfKF2Tl-iY, CHERRY, MASON, WILLERS, LUSK, CASHMAN, FELLOWS,
TAGGART, BELISLE, MANGAN, PALMER
Catholic students ol both campuses are members
of this organization . . . it has as its aim the
ol the students
as well as the religious orientation
. , . supper meetings held once a month with out-
side spea l4ers emphasize the layman's concern wit
church allairs . . . Friday afternoon discussions Ori
the history and philosophy of the Ch
out the trained theologians app
Benedict Ehmann, religious advisor, and NYS-
Richard Ford, social counselor are responsib 2 OV
the well rounded program characterizing
President ..... . . . NEIL I-IICKEY
Vice-President . . . DONALD '37
s . . . 1 ...... Euotisiit sc ,
ecreta'Y ARY CASHMAN 36
Treasurer ......... M T A' EHMANN
dvisors . 'Rl?V.ERl2lilD- Bllilxrlfgfksb RKHARD FORD
Russia . . .the name has a mysterious thrill For most
of Us . . . To knovv more about this country which
looms large both on the map and in vvorld atiairs,
the lnternational Relations Club spent the fall
term studying dillerent aspects of this subject.
The more prosaic Great Britain . . . the present
fgpig , , ,otlers the high dignity ol centuries ol
iniluence, but does not carry the mystery ol
Russia. By studying these countries and others, the
club seeks to understand World problems. At the
meetings every three vveeks in the East Lounge,
both members of the faculty and outside speakers
give informal talks. . . At afternoon meetings an
old British custom is followed. . .lea and cookies
...brownies on rare and special occasions.
President .... CORA HQCHSTEIN, '35
Secretary .... HELEN CQAPMAN, '36
Social Chairman PAULINE PAULSQN, '35
Librarian. . . . EDITH MASON, '35
Advisor . . DR. WILLSON COATES
STLWART, Pl-llLLlPS, S
MALLWOOD, ET!-IERIDGE, BAILEY, SMITH, ALLYN
For those who yearn
toward a literary career . H
or 'ust write . . . this club otlers discussion . -E
criticism . . . advice . . . Each year . . .
out new talent . . .a contest.. .the reward
membership . . . Dr. Slater acted as advisordunni
. ' ll
the Fall term . . . Qccasional open meetingS W'
tall4s on literature . . . lhe lVleliora . -Q I'
publication ol the club. . .came out IU AW' "'
tom Homrf to
At meetings discussion ran32S V
P.-asiaem . ELIZABETH sivifxLtwOODf ,37
Secretary . . . NlAl2GA ,36
isiraswi-a.'. ELIZABETH DONOGHUE'
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Ch For the lile ol an artistl . . . paint-smeared
smocl4s, greasy daubs on othervvise charming
noses, and the Feeling of abandon and freedom
that such an existence bringsl ln Cutler, a club
room is the rendez-vous oi those vvho long to
express themselves with palette and brush. l-lere
innumerable posters advertising college functions
are turned out. . .and once one gets an inlcling
of the enticing activities to come, hope ol saving
that last hall dollar is completely gone. Best oi all,
club membership is open to all those vvith artistic
ability and a desire to vvorlc on posters. Would
that we all had a touch of the Bohemianl s
President ..,... MARY STEWART, '35
pngi-iniaooig SMALLWOOD, HAWELKA, Dom, ons
The lure ol the stage . . . greasepaint and loot-
lights . . , under the direction ol lVlilo l.ivingStOf1
No delinite organization as yet. . . There
GVC, hovvever, several small groups . . . intef6St6fl
in ditlerent phases ol the theater . . . some, wouli
be Bernhardts . . . others, content to vvorlc bell
For those interested in dfdmdl
ic an and
technique, a room has been set aside
intriguingly titled the Green R
asts are busily engaged in converting it intod YT'
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dez-vous lor the theatre-minded soulS O
Com 1 , , enthusi-
. . . Their repertoire so lar includes . . . Chelchov s
The Boor . . . Janice Stonaker outdid herself
. . . Richard l-lenderson raged eiiectively . . . an
Betty McCarthy was superbly proud and haughty
. . Mordaunt Sharpe s Crime at Blossoms . . .
who can forget the inimitable Mayber Bailey? . ..
the students ol the Drama have invaded assembly
programs . . . Q Neill s tragedy ln the Zone
with an all star cast climaxed the March Assembly
. . and then came Dick l.ee s original one act
play 90 in the Shade . . the first brain child
produced by the play writing group.
or Rhea Coolcs dramatic rendition'?. . .and novv
MILO L. WOOD
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hockey, Tennis, boseboll,
boclrninTon, ond doincing . . . all The
SDOVTS oiclered To The SporTs ol The Universih'
...EnerQeTic: underclossmen vie vviTh Tirecl,
WQIILOUI Uploerclossmen in numerous inTeV-
rnurol conTesTs . . . AcTion, urged on by The rouSIVTQ
coll oT, "Come on, old loioly"...oT "BooTY IUOOIY
-.iGroceTulness encouroiged by suloTle VITYIIWS
ISSUIIIQ lfom The piono...And oITer all
QUIVISS, like roin olTer Thunder
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OF NEW YORK
CLASS OF 1935
Pauline M. Paulson
Frances E. Shannon
Betty P. Wolberg
Ruth S. Valowich
Charles l-l. Eoster
Robert B. Gordon
David L. Gundry
Reed l-l. l-larding
Howard l-l. l-lennington
CLASS OF 1936
Virginia M. l-lilloclc
Anne E. Johanson
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CLARENCE KING MOORE
HARRY N. KENYON
Charles B. Kenyon
Donald E. McConville
Charles E. Passage
Donald C. Pease
John TL Plati
Paul G. Schade
Gordon L. Wassdorp
William T. Plumb
RHO CHAPTER OF PHI SIGMA IOTA
NATIONAL HONORARY ROMANCE LANGUAGE FRATERNITY
Prssrdsrrf DR CLARENCE K MOORE
VICE Prssrclrfnr Miss OLGA Eonor
Sssrsfdrv BETTY WOLBERG
Treasurer DAVID JAMES
Kathryn I: Altnrech Margaret I-Iondel1nl4 Samuel J D Ammo
Esther E Allen Esther Samys Gerard I-lagemdagr
Jeanne Nl Bedel Florence Stolt Wulluam V I-lotlman
Margaret P Carloumsto Betty R Woltaerg David James
Lena Ferrari Kenneth Chasey Wllluam C Walzer
MGVIC ITIFITI C
harlesR Clark Lewrs I-I Whrttneclt
ETA CHAPTER OF DELTA PHI ALPHA
NATIONAL GERMAN HONORARY FRATERNITY
Eva M Cohen
RUTH E BRETSCHNEIDER
CHARLES E PASSAGE
UNDERG RADUATE MEMBERS
jglqn Fldgg Ruth I Nadrtz
Dorothy L Q
Fritz Lllge Betty Nllfolb ra
ROCHESTER CHAPTER OF SIGMA Xl
GEORGE W CORNER
BRI ANN O BRIFN
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THE CRQCEUS QF 1936 goes to press, Char-
acterized by inlormality both in typography and
motil, vve have tried to evade the stereotyped
year bool4 presentation ot campus lile.
With no recurrent theme dominating and, ol
necessity restraining the pattern ot the boolc, vve
have endeavored to chronicle in orderly sequence
both the glamorous and the prosaic, each in its
vvay characteristic ol campus activity.
lo a cooperative staht vvho evinced a sincere
interest in the production ol this annual we are
lo the Junior class vvho made the Croceus really
their boolc through their support, their enthusiasm,
their enterprise, vve are also indebted and in their
name, vve present this, the Croceus ol l936, to
ffl 'GPN WINTER, WELCH, l-IEISE, ROSS, JOHANSON
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SEEBACH, CONANT, MOEHLMAN, ASNASS, EAST, WHIPPLE, HOKENSEN, BURKE
Editor-in-chief . . MARGARET M. GLYNN
Business Manager ...... IRMA M. GOLDSTEIN
Associate Editor .... GRACE A. MOEHLMAN
Literary Editor .... MARGARET H. HOKENSEN
Photography ......... RUTH E. SEEBACH
. ELIZABETH S. COLLINS
Grinds . . . . RUTH M. WHIPPLE
VIRGINIA C. ESTER
LORRAINE F. HAEGE
D. RHEA COOK
Sorority . . . . MARY E. MADDEN
Clubs . . . . MARION E. BURKE
BETSY D. CONANT
Credentials.. . ...... WILMA F. KUJAWSKI
ELEANOR A. BAUERNSCHMIDT
Snapshots . ..... JANE P. MANGAN
Art . . . . HELEN L. HAWELKA
MARGLIERITE A. SMITH
TYDists . . ........ HELEN M, HATCH
Assistant Business Manager .... SYLVIA ASNASS
Advertising Manager ,... MARJORIE H. EAST
Assistant Advertising Manager . MARY JANE WINTER
Assistants ,........ MARY E. CASHMAN
VIRGINIA M. HILLOCK
EDITH G. LYON
JANE E, WELCH
C L A S S D A Y A
"A rare olol planT is The ivy
green". . . lauT The seniors Tounol
one To planT Tor class clay. Then
when The TuTure had laeen seTTleCl by
The class propheTess, We SOm9liOW
Tounol ourselves in Wonderland, COVN'
p eTe wiTh aueens and lqnaves ancl SXS-
cuTioneTs, and especially Alice...VGVY
especially Alice, loecause WhaT did
she do buT Turn inTo The MOV
Queen, and a very lovely
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PAT I If I2 IXXI S
49 GLASGGW SI-
The University of Rochester
College for Women
RUsH RHEES, D. D., LL. D., Pygyjdemi
HELEN DALTON BRAGDON, ED. D., Dean
THE UNIVERSITY or ROCHESTER, founded in I85O, now maintains a' College
for Women with the same privileges and opportunities as are offered by the
co-ordinate College for Men.
Since the removal of the College for Men to its River Campus in 1930, the
College for Women has enjoyed exclusive occupancy of the Prince Street Campus
of twenty-four elm-shaded acres on University Avenue, with its vine-clad
buildings suitably remodeled and renovated to adapt them to their new pur-
poses. In this historic setting, which has been the seat of the University since
1861, it has an entirely separate and distinctive campus life of its own.
A recent and distinctive feature of the Prince Street Campus is the Cutler
Union and Assembly Hall, first regularly occupied in September, 1933. A beau-
tiful Gothic structure of limestone, with a clock tower rising to a height of 11o
feet, it serves admirably as a center of extra-curricular and social activities,
besides providing dining and other facilities for the women students.
This designedly small college of restricted enrollment shares, with the
College for Men, the large faculty and library of a college of more than twice
its size. It also enjoys further advantages in the resources of other departments
of the University, of which it is an integral part.
Of the development of its independent college life this publication, the
"Croceus" presents an interesting record. More complete. information will be
found in an attractive illustrated booklet, 21 COPY Of Which mal' be Obmmed
upon application to the dean or registrar of the College for WOIHSI1-
Besides the two colleges, other schools of the UniverS1fY me the Eastman
School of Music and The Sc
of Nursing. Catalogues upon request.
hgol of Medicine and Dentistry, with its School
The University of ROChCSfCf
ROCHESTER, N- Y'
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The Beautiful Lawns Around the
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Were made With
Hart and Vicks Grass Seed
Levis Music Store
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After the dance
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Protect Your Home
Use that inexpensive servant and Watchdog, Electric Light, as a safeguard When
you leave your home for a few hours in the evening.
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SUMMER SESSION, JUNE 2.6 TO AUGUST 7.
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of the UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
HOWARD HANSON, Director
RAYMOND WILSON, Affiftaiit Director
Cozirfei ieaal to oiegreeyf Bachelor Of Music, Master of
Music, Master of Arts in Music, Doctor of Philosophy
in Music, Eastman School Certificate CDip1omaj.
Registration for 1935-36 and 1935 Summer Session NOW Being Received
Preparatory and Special Dopartmeatf
ORCHESTRA BROADCAST OVER N. B. C. EACH TH
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For Information and Catalogue, atitirtff
ARTHUR H. LARSON, Secretary-RegiSffP1f
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