University at Albany - Pedagogue Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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The Nineteen Twentyffhree . .- s PEDAGQGUE ,Hi ll ll I l A YEAR BOOK PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF STATE COLLEGE I 3 VOLUME THIRTEEN IIIIIIIIIIIIIII III I Illlllllll IIMIIIII IIIllllllllllillIllllllIllIIIIIIRVIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllll .,. 5. ... v U- I.InlNumImIIlmIIunnu.II...H..I.nu.......-mm..-...I..III.H.4mII.NI.I-...H-...HIII.1IIII.uII....m...m..m.....1. ...tg I I , v ' P f32'w:gG' I'.E'f J .mf xr .39-'i .5 3 x I mg: , W . . ,, .- W .2 . Q1-fE'.5 ' 7 133211 ' - - .U . ' I . ..!, ,,.., 4 I .' 4 1 :IH , ,:,.i55W'.-53.1. il.. 53: 5 ,p ': , o f Psvmzumns , X I CAROLINE CROASDALE f Behtrattnn Glarnline Qlrnazimle l iinnnrarg tllllemher nf the :lass nf nineteen hunhreh . twenty-three, in appreriatinn nf her unfailing in- terest in State Glnllege. anh her kinhlg agmpathg i anh unheratanhing. thin. the thirteenth nnlume nf -.-e ' the liehagngue, ia respertfullg hehirateh. ,?2L,Wk,z, ,1 . ,X -F - ,,. ,.,,.. . V 23? ' X E7-' bi ' , ' , Q' .U . "L" 'nm --.-,- ' '1 1 fa? 5, 731 Q 5 e mi- : 'f S Ft . v Neff: qv ,QI .. .L gait: , ' 'fuk -. 555: ri VIE: I .. . . Qu alia u 1 Seven t ED 54-if F DAEHEME . 1923 : No assignments, no quizzes, no over-cuts3 neither rushes nor silent weeks, no locker-room Billingsgate nor forbidden talks in library alcovesg no chapel, no theses, no analyt, neither H25 nor English 2, no examinations, and no faculty! Latin books will presently go to the garret, along with co-secants, concordats, and karyokinesis. Of all the academic experience, there will remain not much more than a heightened interest in life as a problem, a liner enjoyment of life as skill in life as a taskg and a more genial appreciation of life as the giver of friends. But what would you? an artg a readier You may even find a bit of kindliness for the memory of your old teachers --all of them. At least, we furnished by our bad examples the strongest of lessons in how not to do it! Your pupils will not prepare for a final test by reading over night the underscored lines in a hereditary text-book: you will not gall by savage public ridicule nor private tiradeg you will never again regard lectures as the major means of discipline, you will remember how funny your over solemn instructors always were, how sadly Hat a stale joke falls, and how many a teacher faithful to the death in little things is also in at the death of bigger ones. In short, if you are lucky, and sane, you may remain human, even though you teach school. March 16, 1923. R. H. K. f l Nine .. - .u.:..,...g f f ' -V ' ,1 - ' . Yfifii. ' ...,:f1,'-.-1 L2-1552.-1,,-:ug 1. - . i n . , . 'Zur ,i,.z,:.,:."- . TF ifn-QQ.. J ,-1,-.1--v'1f341:7."5,2.::i23,.... '. , .. -- . .,,.,. . ,.,., ,, . ,- . K-:,,,..,,.,,.,,. .,.,..,,..,.v,. 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X , I . 4 ' K f., .4 ' ., - " 334 ,- . .y-,,,..,y- 1 1 Lg..-"1 -' A,.,.:,.,.,.,. - A 4, . ,:,:4!..,.,A ,gf 1, -1 ' I . nm ' , ' , Twenlkv-f?w J I I 1 C F Dtklillllil-ll: at Photos by Lorcy Twenty-six ABRAM Rowan BRUBACIIER, Ph.D., CDBK President 09155 of State College for Teachers. A.B. Yale, 1897, Ph.D., Yale, 19023 Head of Depart- ment of Greek, Willeston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass.g Instructor in Greek, Yale College, Principal of High School, Schenectady, N. Y.g Superintendent of Schools, Schenectady, N. Y. Publications: High School English, 2 vols.g English, Oral and Written, articles in the English Journal, Education, Scribners and School and Society. I-IARLAN I-IOYT HOIINEIQ, A.M., Ph.D., EAE, f1rBK Dean H9171 of State College for Teachers. A.B., University of Illinois, 1901g A.M., New York State College for Teachers, 19155 Ph.D'., 19189 Instruc- tor in Rhetoric, University of Illinois, 1901-19023 Sec- retary to the President, University of Illinois, 1902-19045 Secretary to the New York State Commissioner of Education, 1904-19075 Chief of Administration, New York State Education Department, 1907-1910, Chief of Examination Division, 1910-19153 Director of Examina- tions and Inspections, 1915-1917. Publications: The American Flag, The Lincoln Cen- tenary, The Hudson-Fulton Celebration, The Lake Champlain Tercentenary, Arbor Day annuals and other State bulletinsg short biographies of Alfred Tennyson, Oliver Goldsmith, Benjamin Franklin for use in ele- mentary schoolsg articles in School and Society, School News, School and Home Education, School Administra- tion, and other educational journals. M 7 x ANNA ELOISE Paenen, Pd.M. Dean C1886D of Women. X Graduate of New York State Normal School, Pd.M., New York State College for Teachers, 1920. Compiler of Catalogue of Literature for Advice of Young Women. LEONARD WOODS RICI'IARDSON, A.M., L.L.D., fI1BK Professor H8951 of Greek and Latin. A.B., Trinity College, 18735 A.M., Trinity College, 1874, LL.D., Griswold Collegeg Tutor in Trinity College, 1873- 18763 Professor in Trinity College, 1876-1883. Publications: Plato and Platoimn, The Greek Drama, 7'enny.ron, Homer and Homeric Influence, The Develop- ment of the Normal Schools. 1?.UN1c12 ARIANIJA IJERINE, A.B., Pd.M. Profe.r.ror C1900J oy' Fine Arts. A.B., Teachers' College, Columbia, 19105 Pd.B., State Normal College, 1900. - Uh- AV JOHN TNIANVILLE SAYLES, A.B., Pd.B. Principal 119051 of Milne High School and Director of Practice Teaching. A.B., Colgate, 19005 Pd.B., State Normal College, 1901. Photo: by Lorey Twenty-seven ggfgjgggzq Photos by Larry Twenty-eight VVINFRED CORNFIL DECKER A M Pd B KIJBK Professor C1907D of German AB Columbla 1905 AM Columbla 1910 Post raduate Student at Columbxa 1905 1906 UIllVLfSltlCS of Marburg and Berlm 1911 1912 Austauschlehrer at otsdam Germany 1911 1912 Un1vcrs1tyofBerl1n 1914 Publlcatlons Jomt author of Markxsch Decker Eng lmlzm Lasfbuch fur dn Holunn Stlzultn Jomt author of Dautvclzland und du Dtutsclztn occasxonal artxcles for the Monograph CL1r1oRn Ammzosr WoonARn, A B Pd B roftvmr H9071 of Bzoloqx and Phuzoqraphx AB Columbm Unxveralty 1904 PdB State Normal College BARNARD SAWYER BRONSON, A.B., A.M. l"rofc.vsor C190SJ of Clzcmistry. A.B., Columbia, 19083 A.M., Columbia, 19125 Instructor in Geneseo Normal School, 1900-1905. T-':i:!v.l', -55-3153 izwihh.-:,.. . , J A . X -" F DAEUEJ-lf 'S X G"' b' .7 'Lf' .-.E .5,..' P , , f g- "Q ', . :A1 .':. .-v. f '3 -Q ,N .A'. S 3 ,, P Dnuzumf X I-IARRY BIRCHENOUGH, A.B., Pd.B., A.M. 1'rojr.v.mr Cl908j of Mathcmaliaf. A.B.,'Cornell, 19055 Pd.B., 19065 A.M., Columbia, 1914. Dxxvm HUTCTIINSON, A.B., D.B., A.M. rofvvsor 119081 of Govcmmrnt AB McG1ll Umversxty 1893 Montreal Presbyterlan College 1898 AM McG1l1 Umvermty 1899 AM Harvard 1901 Instructor m Umon College 19061908 MMM ALFXANDTR WAL1xrR A B A M AB Umvere1tyofMxch1gan 1906 AM Umverslty of Wxsconsm 1912 Photos by Lorcy Twenty nme P . ' ' , . ' " ' . ' . . , Q . ., . l , , Q . ., ' 1 3 1 ' ' I L L 1 , . ., . . , 1 . , J I I V' ' . . ., . , , . ., I . , . . I zofesvnf C1908 of Lcmzomzcv and Soczologv I P Di-EDU445 ANNE Louise CUSHING, Pd.B. Supervisor H9085 of Praclice Teaching. Pd.B., State Normal College, 1899: Instructor in Geneseo Normal School, 1902-1908. Er.izAmzTIi 'FRANCES SI-IAVER, A.B., Pd.B. Supervisor 119085 of Practice Teaching. A.B., State Normal College, 19083 Pd.B., State Normal College, 1904. Plxolos by Lorcy Thirty RICHMOND 1'iliNRY IQIRTLAND, A.B., A.M. Professor C1909J of English. A.B., University of Michigan, 19005 A.M., University of Chicago, 19095 Superintendent of Schools, Houghton, Flint, and Menomince, Mich. -- F DAEDHHE 'Q ,:i..1 Photos by Larry ADNA VVoon iRISl.EY,I5x.B., fDBK 1'rofe,s'sor H9091 of History. A.B., Colgate, 18943 Studied at University of Chicago, 1897-19003 Fellow in History, 1897-18993 Instructor at Chautauqua Summer School, 1900, Professor of History and Politics, Colgate University, 1905-19095 Professor of History at the University of Colorado, Summer Ses- sion, Boulder, Colorado, 1910. Colm ANN STEELE, B.S. Instructor fl91OJ in Domnnrtic Science. Student University of Nebraska, 1906-19085 B.S., Teachers' College, Columbia, 1915: Student of Home Economics System in Hamburg and Altoma, summer of 19113 Student of Home Economics in England, summer of 1919. WILLIAM GEORGE IQENNEDY, Ph.B. Assistant Professor C1911D in Chemistry. Ph.B., Syracuse University, 1911. Thirty-one 1 ,r ,-,. - ., ., . -X . . ,, P DAEZJGME R .,.x.1. .5 gq.'.'.-:E-1 'zlft'-' f: I .lg rg,-' J FM 50:41 Ei' .i CLARENCE FREDERICK HALE, M.S., Ph.D., KIJBK Profzursor 119111 of Physics. B.S., Wesleyan University, 19035 M.S., Wesleyan Uni- versity, 19085 Ph.D., Cornell University, 19093 lnstruc- tor in Physical Science at Peddie Institute, 1903-1905: if Assistant and Instructor, Wesleyan University, 1905- 1908g Research Associate, Research Laboratory, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 1909-1911. Iiffh' .., Publications: Scientific articles. ,fx 1 1 -M .W if FLORENCE DODGE FREAR, B.S. l Insiruclor C1911J in Drcssmaking. Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1910. Pholos bv Lorev Thirty-Iwo .IOHN ALOYSIUS MAHAR, Ph.B., Pd.B. hzslructor 119121 in French. Ph.B.,Union College, 19043 Pd.B., State Normal College, 19063 Student at Johns Hopkins University and at the University of Chicago. s 't'it' VCCQ, ':-.vsp-1, Q. tg- x ' , M. P DAYEIJIZJ-lf 1 -3,5 1-5:9 kv 7. Q :.3' Pholos by I ouv GEORGE ALEXANDER PAINTER, A.B., Ph.D. Professor 119125 of Philosophy. A.B., Harvard, 18925 Ph.D., University of Jena, 1896: Graduate Student, Boston University, 1892-18945 Student at Universities of Jena, Berlin, Leipsicl, 1894-18963 In- structor in Tufts College, 1897-18983 Instructor in Bryn Mawr College, 1903-19043 Acting Professor in George Washington University, 1904-1906, Professor of Philosophy in' Mount Union College, 1907-19115 Pro- lessor of Philosophy in Clark University, 1911-1912. LXDIA ANTOINVTTI: JOHNSON AB Supervisor 119125 of Practzce Teachmg AB State Normal College 1911 ISSII ILONIJ SIINARD AP AM Assistant Professor 119132 of Spamsh AB Brown University 1900 AM Pennysylvania State College 1910 Institute Tilly Berlin 1908 Fellow in German University of Chicago 1911 1912 Thirty-three ,,L- ' L ' ' , . . I . . -, s 4 5:57 ' - ' f 1 v J 3 . 1 ' , , , .. 1. , . . . ., ' 1 . 1 - 'xl .QQ Q 1 - . a s i ' ' T - .Z , , , . .13"f,i". f r - -- - is f:1'.f'f5 : - , , ,L 1 ' . . - -' Q if- - ' 'X A P DAE1154-E N -: 1.1 22 F15 Yip I J' HARRY VVORTIIINGTON HASTINGS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor 119141 of English. A.B., Brown University, 1904, A.M., Harvard 1906g Ph.D., Harvard, 19165 Teacher of English, Williamsport 1 High School, Penn., 1904-19055 Instructor in English in Brown University, 1906-19075 Instructor in English, Sim- mons' College, 1907-19113 Instructor in English in Brown 3 S and Radcliffe, 1912-19135 Instructor in English, Dart- ' mouth, 1913-1914. 1 S 1 GEORGE MACFELLY CONWELL, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., :lf Instructor C19l5J in Mathematics. A.B., Princeton University, 19059 A.M., Princeton Uni- 51111, versity, 19065 Ph.D., Princeton University, 19085 In- structor in Mathematics, Yale University, 1908-1915. Photos by Lorcy' Th irty-four CLARENCE ALBERT I-Iinuw, A.B., A.M. Instructor H9151 in History. A.B., State College, 19155 A.M., Columbia University, 1918. , ,,,. 4 .-4-u - i P DAEZFEHE 'Q ff 2- -:ni ,. 1 , .... .. .. ...-, 'l 1'1- CARLIQTON ELDERKIN POWER, B.S., Ph.D., QDBK, EX A.Y.Vl'.Yfd1lf Professor Q1915D of Physicx. B.S., University of Rochester, 19085 Ph.D., Cornell Uni- versity, 19153 Instructor in Science, Montclair Academy CN. JJ, 1908-19105 Instructor in Physics, Cornell Uni- versity, 1910-1915. F 1 llAROLlJ 1Nlr.LmM 'll1l0All'SON, -Pl1.l3., A.M., Ph.D., KIJBK A.r.ri.vlan! Professor C1915D in English, Dirvclor of Q Music Depairtmeuit. Ph.B., Hamilton, 19125 A.M., Harvard, 19133 Ph.D., Harvard, 1915. Pliofos by Lorvy CIIARLOTTE Loma, A.B., Pc1.13., A.M. P,.0f4-X.,-or H9151 of French, 5'upz'rvisor of Practice Tvurhing. A.M., State College, 19153 Institute Tilly, Berlin, 19125 Post-Graduate Work, Columbia, 1915, 1917, 1918g Uni- versity of Paris, 1920. Thiifty-five Piznfuinmlf as ARTHUR KENNEDY BEIK, Pd.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor 119161 in Education. Ph.D., Grinnell College, 1908, Pd.M., School of Pedagogy, New York University, 19093 Ph.D., Clark University, 1913-19143 Assistant Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, Olivet College, 1914-1915, Instructor in Education and Psychology, Central State Normal, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, 1915-1916. Pliolos by Larry Th irty-six josnru VITAL Dis PORTE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor C1916j in Mathematics. A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1912, A.M., Princeton, 19143 Ph.D., Cornell, 1915-1916. GEORGE MORELL X7ORK, A.B. Professor 119161 of Commercial Education. A.B., Colgate University, 19075 Head of Commercial De- partment, Waterloo, 1900-19095 Ithaca, 1911-19145 White Plains, 1914-19165 Special Commercial Representative for Ginn St Co., 1909-1911. PEDAEIIE4-lf 1 Photos by Larry BLANCHB MORRISON AVERY, BS. Instructor 119161 in Business Ad1nini.rtratiou. B.S., State College, 1916. MARX' ELIZABETH CoBB, A.B., B.L.S., fDBK Librarian f1.9l6J Imrtructor in Library Management. A.B., Syracuse University, 19123 B.L.S., New York State Library School, 19159 Assistant in New York State Library, 1913-19155 Assistant in Children's De- partment, Brooklyn Public Library, 1915-19163 Tem- porary9Assistant in New York Public Library, Summer of 191 . AGNES ELIZABETH FUTTERER, A.B. Instrurtor 119175 in English. A.B., State College, 19165 Graduate Work, Columbia University, 1916-19173 American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 1916-19173 Middlebury Summer Session, 1922. Tlzirty-.vz'v1'n A 'nli A A A ' P DAi11111u HELEN NIARIE P111LL1Ps, A.B., A.M. Jnsiructor Cl9l8D in Gcruzzm and English. A.B., Ohio University, 1915, A.M., Northwestern Uni- versity, 19165 National German-American Teachers' Seminary Summer Session of 1916, Columbia Univer- sity Summer Session of 19175 Instructor in Lawrence College, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1916-1918. NlINN1lE BRINK SCOTLAND, B.S., A.M. lnxlruclor C1918j in Biology. B.S., State College, 1913, Instructor Northport High School, Northport, L. I.g Bacon Academy, Colchester, Conn., Saratoga Springs High School, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., A.M., Columbia, 1920. Plzolox by Larry Tlzirty-fig!!! Enrri-1 OWEN WALLACE, A.B., A.M. Instructor C1918j in Latin and English. A.B., New York State College for Teachers, 1917, A.M., Wellesley, 19205 Instructor, Miclcllel-ury College, Sum- mer Session, 1921. nur... I V. -, 3f3f3Q25?5i i Q., , , .Ll'.v4q.z--3, -..g,.. fe.-,,.x,.i -:,,.. .-1 P DAEU54-lf 'Q i Pltolor bv lorm CAROLINE CXROASDALE, M.D. Diredtor 119193 of Department of Hygiene. M.D., Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1914 University of Pennsylvania, School of Biology, 1906. 19095 Assistant Instructor in Clinical Medicine and Physiological Chemistry, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvaniag Physician to Philadelphia Normal School and Instructor in Hygieneg Lecturer in Hygiene and Physician to Temple Universityg Staff Physician and Lecturer for the National Board of the Y. W. C. A. in Women's Colleges of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas Washington, and California, 1917-1919. RANCISCA MARPINT7, AB Supervisor 119191 ofPraet1ce 'leaching AB Syracuse 1916 Instructor Dunkirk 19161918 I structor West High School Rochester 19181919 In structor Middlebury College Summer Session 1919 920 G1-RTRUD1, EL17AB1 T11 Douc LAS A B A M Ph D. Y Invtruetar 09191 an Bmloav AB Smith College AM PhD Cornell University' Instructor in Randolph Macon Womans College for four years Instructor in Botany in Lake Erie College' Instructor in Botany in Agricultural College Cornell University Publications Botanical Articles m Torreva 6 157165- August 1906 Botanical Ca ettc 43 233 250 April 1907 Amerlran Journal of Botany 3 319335 1916' American Journal of Botany 5 36 54 1918 Thu fx nine 1823 .P if Q , If . v , 1 , . . . . :rj ' . . . 1 . . 4 ' 'v - 1 v i 1 y ' I n' v , ' v 1 f S " '- 1 1 1 ' - 1 ' ' - r T 2 . . . , . . , , . ., . , A -Q I, -X . ., y - -1 - -u , , 'I . ' ' - I ' -. . -. 1- l I 9 . r. Y ' . . . it 1 Z . , , . , ' I , Q "' ' .. : . I , , 1 .,, , . . . , , ,- K. - : D , . I 'Q K , , 5- ' . 1 : ' 1 - gig: . '. ,- 5413- vif .. ' .- ., - 9 , ., . ,I W ,.,.g,fi,gg,f5:v,.-.- 5 :,,yg,:I'- -.l ,- ' 1 ' C7 .. ii- A' , '-'QE l:,?iY"l7-" I 'i' ' 3"I':- -7. 41..:-'ills "9 5:2 i , . ,Y flu. -- J g . ' V, V. N g .V V - T -n 'nv' F DAEDH4-if "1 Plmlos hy Lorcy liorly T. FREDIQRICK H. CANDLYN, Mus.B. Iusfruclor C1920D in Music. Mus. B., University of Durham, England, 19113 Graduate Course at State College, 1916-1917, 1919-1920. Publications: Vocal and Instrumental compositions, published by H. W. Gray and F. Schirmer. FRANCIS Booos SNAVELY, A,B. Instructor 09202 Physical Education, Athletics Coach. A.B., Lebanon Valley, 19193 Physical Director, Lebanon Valley, 1917-1918: Athletic Director, Philipsburg Athletic Club, 1919. Gu.-xciz PATTON GILLETT l'rofv.v.ror H9201 of Home Eczmomics. Simmons College, 1904-19065 Instructor, Summer Ses- sion, 19195 Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1913- 19145 Summer Session, 1911, Chautauqua School of Arts and Crafts, 19123 Supervisor of Industrial and Household Arts, Public Schools, Auburn, N. Y., 1906- 1908, 1909-19135 Teacher of Homemaking, Summer Ses- sion, 19083 Instructor in Home Economics and Super- visor of Student Teaching, University of Minnesota, 1914-1915, Summer Session, 1914-19153 Instructor in Home Economies and Supervisor of Student Teaching, Oregon Agricultural College, 1915-1917, Summer Session, 1916: Supervisor of Household Arts, Public Schools, Portland, Oregon, 1917-1920, Summer Session, 1917. ' r QF" I ,, , E- ' 9' P DAEDEME 1 'fl' . N -:nv , . , Q , . Jim. -w - Photo.: by Larcy .ANNA RANDOLPH IQEIINI, A.B., B.S. Asxixfant Professor 09201 of Home Economics. A.B,, Fredericksburg College, 19125 University of Vir- ginia, Sum-mer Session, 1913-1914, B.S., Tea.cher's Cdllege, Columbia University, 1917, Teacher in Fredericksburg Public Schools, Va., 1912-19163 Instructor at Temple University, Philadelphia, 1917-1918, at Southwestern Louisiana Normal, Lafayette, La.,' 1918-19203 at Buffalo State Normal, 19203 Student in Paris, summer 1921. lVlARTI1A SCOTT STUART, A.B. !1.v.vi.vta11l Librarian 119201. University of Chicago, 1915-1916, A.B., New York State College for Teachers, 19193 Instructor of English, Rome High School, 1919-1920. A. NIAY FILLINGHAM, HS., O.N. lzzslructor C192lJ in Home EL'0I101H1C.f. B.S.. State College. 19183 Summer Session, Oneonta State Normal School, 1918, University of Pittsburgh, 1918-1921. 1 Forty-one , '.,- Pllofos by Larry 1 Forty-Iwo IIAILL A Rowrrx, AP Invfructor 119211 1llIDhK.S1Cf A B State College 1920 Instructor 1n Mathematms and Phyfncs Warw1ck H1gh School 1920 1921 LORIINCEJ So111'N B S Instructor Cl92lD HI Homr fconomzcr BS Sxmmons College 1917 Laboratory Ass1stant N Y State Department of Health 1917 Summer SESSION Columbxa Un1vers1ty 1917 Bacter1olog1st C1mp jack on S C 19181919 Bacter1olog1st and XRay As s1stant Laboratory Dr C G McMullen Schenectady 19191920 Assxstant Bacter1olog1st and Instructor Laboratories Samaritan Hosfntal Troy N. Y. 1920- 1 AURA I. 11-1oM1soN BS. lnslructor and Cafrtcrirz Manager C1921 . B.S., Simmons Collegeg Instructor, Elmira College, 1915 19163 Dietitian, Albany rlospiral, 1919-1921. .--,. , V F DAEIIELLE el 4 I S. V .. ly . -. vs 3 1. ..' .V K- 5 1921 ' 1 Y , , . D ,.,,. .,, - 'X i - F DAEZFHHE 'tt -. .nv -- ?'.-.11-sfi' lVlARGAR1z'r D. BETZ, B.S. Instructor H9221 in Chemistry. I B.S,, stare College, 1922. 1 I 1. 1 C 'r 1 L Photo: by Larry Hzxzizr. L. HENKIGE, A.B. ' lizxlruglor 09221 in English and Su pcrvisor of Practicv I cachuzg. A.B., State College. 19193 Instructor in English G , ree - port High School, 19195 Instructor in English, Lowvila, N. Y., 1920-1921. vl. ISABELLE joHNs'roN, AB., P.D. 1u.vlr14cior 119221 in Physical Education. A.B., State College, 1920g P.D., Sargent. Forty-three .-zvrfn-1'.-.-." ' " '1'-'- '- 1' .:,,,:.-..,1, , . ef P Dnmmr: V A MAUD GLADYS MALCOMB, A.B. Instructor H9221 in French. A.B., State College, 19143 McGill University, Summer Course, Columbia Universityg Instructor, Chazy Central Rural School, Chazy, N. Y. Forty-four EUNICE RICE, A.B. Instructor 119222 in English. n A.B., State College, 1922. .AMIEDIEE SIMONIN, Ph.B. 1 Profvssor Cl9l6D of French. Ph,B., University of Nancy, Franceg Instructor in French R P I P , . . .: rofessor of French, Columbia Uni- versity, Summer Session, 1920, 1921, 1922. 1 , V -, Q, ':".:,,l.:.: V. . V ' 'lj-Q-.9 9 F DAEZIEHE Q ELIZABETH VAN DENBURGH CLARENCE J. DEYOE Regismzr Secretary imiirvrz nf Ahminiziratinn AHRAM ROVER BRUBACHER, PILD. .' . . 1j7'I'.S'I'l!'CIll of the College I-IARLAN HOYT HORNER, Ph.D. . Dean of the College ANNA ELOISE PIERCE . . . Dean of Women CLARENCE J. DEvoE x . . . Financial Secretary ELIZABETH VAN DENBURCH, A.M. . . . Registrar CAROLINE CROASDALE, M.D. . . Collage Physician MARX' E. COBB, AB., B.L.S. . . Librarian F 0 rt 31- five F DAEIFE4-F5 "ff" " ' S . ,V ,Q ,.' ' , , . ff V sf". . V: . Q . is, . ,rr Y' 'y, gg, g .l ,5,2,- 1.1! ., . .-f 1, ' 1 U., .1 . f .- . , .-,, - , x 15? 'V I ggi 212.3-"1 5, ' 'f " 5 'Le 1h,...4 :Q f " .g ' 'iff , . ,!.g5.:.'f,4 15, " ffm, -,mf 23' V T -' 0 RV5 FACUV Forly-.vim if? 12 W yzy i-Liss? 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" x x ,CK A ' w, .' - 42 W 5:,:-.:4g,43x-.I1: ,. f ' 1 I ,-,Sill vm 7 , 1 1 , I N gn, . ,,- .. .,. E .I A - Mai? -il " J ' ' 1- ,zz '- .. ...A ,. ,I W X 1 -.'n-n-.-:- - ., .. . . , b I l :Ze 1' " 'if' ' 'MY' H "1 1-'. "5 '. 4,, " " " """' " if If ..' . f.: 1.. :- ,. - .. wg n Q ., , .. ...., , H ,-, .r,3.- ,-5 5+ , 1 1 4 4 - . R-.xx -. 4- -!g...., sm., . . . : 4 . an-.6 ggi ,:.,:. cn. .,9.m.:-fin!-21.9 --..,.,-- .-.VNV 1, x., x. 7, .gs . 'EZST ,,of'N-' -Y , 51 . , 3 52 v ga sl' "S"'li 1' Q -, .S. :Q , .. SEYIORS 6 i S n f vi- . A- .. . , irq., , ,. ai LW Qrmnr Mann igwtnrg When we first appeared upon these famous fields way back in 1919 our hearts were filled with blank dismay. We were the Peace Class but we had been presented with a chip for our shoulder It was small and round and green and at its very center was a startling glaring 23 go to it What to do? lact became our motto from that moment We learned that the aim of the Freshman year is twofold depending upon whether you are looking down or up On the pant of the faculty it is concentrated effort to destroy as many mvaders of these halls as possible regardless of Public Opinion the home-town, and even - educational curves. As the students see it the year is de- GLADY5 'HAYNER voted to the gaining of 'ln ability to gaze each man-eating P'e"'de"' professor sternly in the eye and to dare him to overcut or Hunk this most masterful member of the mightiest class. We were disappointed at the scarcity of one part of the compound, co-ed. We were most of it. It was '1 shame to waste the helpful hints and yearning hearts that were thrown out so promiscuously in our lreshman meeting on lhursday. In faot, it seemed to bear out the family s statement that college was an absolute waste of time and effort, The Sophomore year,,also, had two great aims. We were in duty bound to squelch the frosh, even as we had been squelched. And we had to go to the Soiree, regardless of lack of cash, dress, and man. The attainment of both these lofty ideals required strenuous effort, everlasting patience, cruel long- suffering-and, oftentimes, mortification. But we did it in a way that bespoke our natural gift for the accomplishment of the impossible and our tactful evasion of the obviously unpleasant. As minor details, we might add that some of us hasted after Hidley in History 7 or reasoned most rationally with Richmond H. We feared them notg they feared us even less. In our Junior year, we were quite the " whole push." W-ith deft yet kindly hands we moulded, after our own pattern, those Freshman sisters of ours into perfect State collegians. Our luncheon and our Prom seemed to crown our success. True, our method sources wearied us at times, but now we knew the secret. One doesn't glare at one's prof. One smiles, weeps, wears his favorite color, quotes his favorite author to himself. and draws A's ad inffuilum. W But in this, our last year, have we achieved the beginning and end of all things. We came, we saw, we conquered Milne High. Instilled now with a great desire to teach, we insisted upon starting the custom of wearing our caps and gowns to chapel and of appearing ever in one august body. We enjoyed basket ball games now. VVe had grown used to the self-satisfied smiles of those who had men, the glorified expression of those who had nabbed one, somehow, -and the eager looks of those who were still hoping. We had put behind us these foolish things. We stood before the world-thin, wizened, horn-bespectacled Pedagogues doomed to join the great army of those who wear hats clapped on back of head-forever and ever. 4 V , IA f-:mar-' E-:HZ Q Y -'I'-Cf ' l!! i I V' I l ' a Y A Y T " .1 Y Forty-nine F DAEUEHE ' Photo: by Lorvy liifly MAIQX' EM MA ALLAN " Mary Al " Petersburg New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., French Club, Spanish Club, Canterbury Club, Junior Prom Committee. She defies the pedagogical i'deal of this -in- stitution with her droopy feathers, drippy skirts and devoted dates with Phi Sigma Kappa. GRACE S. ARONOXVITZ " Ronic' " 536 Madison Ave. Albany, N. Y. Political Science Club, Music Club, Spanish Club CRcporter 141, G. A. A.. Orchestra QVice- President f3J, President C41 J. Grace is our champion bluffer, our most cliicient Jazz artist and our most loyal supporter of the men's cause. IJUROTHY BROCKNVAY BAKER KA, Omicron Nu " Dot " 15 Ramsey Place Albany, N. Y. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A.. Music Club, Class Song Leader CU, Junior Prom Committee, Home Economics Club, Cap and Gown Committee. Once at Columbia Dot was mistaken for a sedate school ma'am. but we who see the eo-owner wait- ing in our Ford Sedan each clay after Ed II know what a good joke it all is. ' 1, 1325... ' -..V Q Photo.: by l.orvv P DAE711-U-if ' MARTHA D. BAYLEY KA Massena New York Cheer Leader C4J, Basketball Team CID C25 C35 A C4J, CManager CID, Captain C29 J, G. A. A., CCouncil C11 C45 J. Y. NV. C. A., G. A. A. Baseball Clj C4J, Joseph Henry Society, Mathe- matics Club, Political Science Club. Martha is slow to act and quickly fantastic. Onehmay observe in her smile both amusement and mscrutabihty. v CAROLINE M. BERBERICK XEC9 Myskania " Carol " 26 Second Ave. Albany. N. Y. Newman Club CSceretary C3J, Council C11 C21 C42 J, Press Club CPresiclent C35 D, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Sister Committee, Summer School Committee CSD, G. A. A. In the midst of a shrilly, chattering world Car- oline's reserve offers a still retreat. Her life is governed by that high tranquillity whose sign is - reticence. IQATIIIZRINE EMMA BETZ fu' IJ 23 Hurlburt St. Albany, N. Y. Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Debating Team CZJ. Here is a maiden, who has "tended to her job" in a way that should compel the admiration of J. M. himself. Fifty-om' C' Pliolos by Larry Fifty-Iwo P DAEIIEME 'Q NIILDRED ENDERS BLENIS " Girlie " Sloansville New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., French Club. If you're having trouble with Latin nouns or French verbs or if you need some friendly advice, wc recommend you find Mildred. She is author- ity on such matters. MAj'ORIE BLYTHE " Marj "' Southhampton Long Island Photograph Editor 1923 Pedagogue, Y W. C. A. CCabinet f4J J G. A. A., Class Song Leader C21 C31 141, Penalty Committee, Mathematics Club CTreasurer C35 President f4D D, Chemistry Club, Political Science Club, Music Association CSecre- tary C41 J Assistant College Song Leader 135. She would boss the angels in heaven and razz the celestial congregation. DORA Boyce Nassau New York Mathematics Club, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Ring Committee. Dora's ambition in life is to be taken seriously. But unless she can learn to master those contin- uous relapses into "giggles," we fear that she is destined to be remembered as our one unfailing fountain of humor. P DAEZFE4-lf Photo: by Lorcy ELIZABETH MAE BOUGHTON 139 Lark St. Albany N. Y. Music Club, Y. W. C. A. Another devotee of the History department! Mae likewise turns to Biology to add a few more bugs to her acquaintance. KATIIERINE BROWN FKCD Pulaski New York Commercial Education Club, Spanish Club, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A. Through her four years in college she has never been known to renounce her allegiance to our " handsomest professor." ELIZABETH DU Bors BUDD Afzg Bctiy Budd Hyde Park-on-the-Hudson New York Political Science Club C3, 45 5 2nd Vice President C455 Mathematics Club CZ, 3, 4j3 Joseph Henry flip Y. W. C. A., G. A. A. Elizabeth is truly Elizabethan in her blunt, de- cisive way of jerking people out of trouble, and in her careful avoidance of them forever after for fear of "gushing" thanks. Fifty-three .. . f':I?.'.'-" -I' f. ," F DAEIJIEJ-V15 I'l:nIn.r by Lorcy Fifty-four ELINOR Comuzx' BUELL "Elnic"' Goshen New York Political Science Club. Secretary CZ, 35 3 Peda- gogue Board, Y. NV. C. A.g Cabinet 14D 3 G. A. A. Elinor lets the world worry her a bit too much. Somebody hasn't handed in a write-up for the Ped. Are the men away from the "Y " house by eleven? ls the movie perfectly proper that the Freshmen have chosen to go and see? But we suspect that it is just because she feels so many of us do need inothering. Hr:NRm'r'rA BURCHFIELD " Reita " Morton New York Political Science Club. She came to us from the University of Chicago and George NVashington University. She is an- other one who took P. T.ing seriously, and now feels abused because she has only eighteen hours' work this second semester. M1L1.1eiiNT ELSIE BURHAMS AQ: "B11m1ie " Elsmere New York Political Science Club, French Club. G. A. A. No one is free from the sharp points of Mil- licent's verbal daggers, not even our most ob- viously funny prof. P DAEIJEJ-if ' I'Iralo.r by Larry DORIS HARRlE'F BUTLER Carrots " Madison New York Joke Editor 1923 Pedagogue, News Board QRe- porter 131, Associate Editor C41 J, Music Club, Press Club, G. A. A., Political Science, Y. W. C. A. ' Tried and Proven A dash of spectrum A measure of wit. An abundance of good nature. JOHN CASSARETTE ENKQ " Cas " Pittsford New York Graduate of Brockport Normal 1921, Baseball, Football, College Chorus Avowecl woman hater, the varsity's star "twirler" and profound student of government. For the Hrst we forgive him, for the second we cheer him, for the last we respect him. ORA HARRIET CLEARY " Frasslc " 823 Lincoln Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Club, Political Science Club. Ora is an enigma. She has Ia belle air of unc grande dame, and yet-one never knows. Fifty-five vinb . ..,..,. ., , Q mc P DAEIJEJ-lf Photos by Larry Fifly-six MARION Lewis CLINE FKCIJQ " Clinic " 9 Park Ave. Amsterdam N. Y. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club. Marion constitutes one half of "perfect im- perturbabilityf' Need one designate the other part? SUSAN GRAY COLLIER I'KfDg " Sue " Middleburg New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Spanish Club CSccretary f2J, President C45 J, Constitution Committee, Junior Prom Chairman, Class Vice-President UD C3J, Manager of Debating C25 CID, Class Sec- retary C4J. Ifriendship like all truth delights in plainness and simplicity, counterfeit alone needs ornamenta- tion and ostentation. V1Rc:1N1A Louise CONARO " Jean " 67 VVest Main St. Cobleskill, N. Y. Y. W. C. A., French Club, Mathematics Club, Spanish Club CTreasurer C45 J, French Club, Sophomore Soiree Committee. Si Senorita, jean has the distinction of being the pioneer Spanish teacher in Milne High. However, we know Jean's thoughts are not with the dreamy chimes of Spain but with the tinkling of the Liberty Bell at " Phily." W.. -.. 1.f1lQ2+T5Q -"t F DAEDEME 5 .-. 2 S eau- 3 . Photos by Larry DOROTIIY IRENE COON fa' IJ Ghent New York Mathematics Club. Dorothy is a math major. Imperturbability and common sense radiate from all her angles. ET!-IEL MAE CUMMINGS I'KfIJg " Et " and " Cummy " Highland New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Dramatic and Arts As- sociation, Council Music Club, Political Science Club, Pedagogue Board, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Junior Banquet Chairman, Sophomore Soirec Committee, College Song Book Designer, College Orchestra C25 135, Class Marshal CSD, College Delegate to Intercollegiate Convention of Dramatics and Arts at Barnard College UU, Col- lege Poster Chairman. " Cummy" is an artist in all things-and she has more than one star in her crown to remind her of her many conquests-yet, star dust does not dim the sparkle and charm of her companionship. ELMINA CATHERINE CURRIE 1'K1I1g " Currie " 44 Chestnut St. Amsterdam, N. Y. G. A. A., Y. W. C, A., Mathematics Club. See Marion Cline. Fifty-.rcwwz no P Diamant is 1 Photo.: by Larry Iiifly-fight V- 'v Donorux' IRENE DANGERMOND Myskania Montrose " Dot " New York News Board CAssociate Editor C45, Reporter C35 5, Y. W. C. A. CVice-President C45 5, Silver Bay Conference C35, Music Association CCouncil C35 C45, President C35 C45 5, Music Club Presi- dent C25. College Orchestra Cl5 C25 C35 C45, Class Basketball C15 C25 C45, G. A. A., P. E. Society, junior Banquet Committee C35, Press Club, College Song Book Committee C45, Mathe- matics Club. Dot is an important half of the Philosophy De- partment. We can remember the day when she was comparatively carefree and unburdened. What a terrible responsibility it must be to have the awards and punishments of two hundred Sophomores on your hands! Yet. Dot, we can't help but feeling that it is just retribution for the A. which you yourself got when you were a Sophomore. FERN Louisa Davis " Fern " Boonville New York Fern tried both State and Elmira, then showed her characteristic good judgment by preferring us. A veritable encyclopedia of historical facts and theories. EMMA MAmoN Davos NIIFQ "ilfIi.vsc'y" Ghent New York French Club, Y. W. C. A, Spanish Club, G. A. A. Marion reveals French propensities in two ways: by teaching the Milne High Angels to "parlez- vous," and by her moments of enthusiastic vivacity. 1'Qzg4,Qf V',q V , -1 f e P DAEDEME as - T.':1r...1- V.-t 4 5 . s . ...gg A IIDO' ? . Q 'X .' :fp Plrolos by Lorvy FLORENCE EL1zAixETH DORSEY HCP, " Dorsey " Peekskill New York Sophomore Soiree Committee, Newman Club C1Counc1l 13D D, G. A. A., Music Club, French Club, Press Club, Orchestra, Basketball f4j, 'I'ennis'C1J CZJ. Dauntless, daring, dancing, diverting-Dorsey. MARY IQATHERINE DOYLE if Ifativ ,U 112 South Second St. Mechanicville, N. Y. Newman Club. This is the lady of copper-plate notes whose con- cise and exact responses prove most gratifying to certain fact weary professors. ICATIIERINE DRISCOLL Katie " 1 56 Fort VVashington Ave. New York City Newman Club, Political Science Club, G. A. A. Katie is that bobbed-headed individual who " gumshoes " about in large dawgs that more than encase her wealth of understanding. And, by way of paradox, she plays Pierette. Fifty-nznc , 4.4-g . - F DAEIJEJ-lf Pliotos by Lorvy S iffy lehzurim DUERSCl'INER " Bert " Grace Court Troy, N. Y. Chemistry Club, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, Beta Zeta. Bertha is another who has kept herself hidden from us " bench loungers" by industrious appli- cation in the Home Economics Department. GLENNVON LUCY EASMAN 'IIFQ " Glen " Margaretville New York G. A. A., French Club, Spanish Club CTreasurer QD, Vice-President C42 J, Junior Prom Com- mittee. There are moments when our stern Cicero teacher bears witness to the fact the glamour of child- hood need not necessarily pass with the achiev- ment of A. B. LAURA GRAY EBELL AQ 26 Church St. Patchogue, N. Y. Freshman Handbook Committee, Political Science Club CVice-President 133, President C45 J, Y. W. C. A. fCabinet C45 J, Dramatics and Art Council CSecretary C45 J, Art Editor 1923 Pedagogue, Rochester Conference C3J, G. A. A. Laura " loves " June-bugs, " hates " arguments and "adores " the Milne High crowd. Moreover she aspires to be the " big boss" of the college. .a.".. , ' ' FEDAEIIEJ-lf S Photo.: by Larvy LILLIAN HAMILTON FARLOW 153 Western Ave. Albany N. Y. Canterbury Club fVice-President C31 J, Junior Prom Committee. In the heavy silence of the Latin III class, we re- call how Lillian always gave wild, helpless I-can't- do-it looks around the room, rose, and reeled off the best translation obtainable. HELEN BAXTER FINLEY Washingtonville New York Political Science Club, Y. W. C. A., Beta Zeta Club. I-Ielen is forever losing all of her worldly pos- sessions but earnestness, good humor and weight. AGNES FRANCES FLANNERY X385 " Fran " Campbell Hall V New York Newman Club. Newman Councilor C3j, Home Economics Club, G, A. A. We have a suspicion that the photographer ap- preciates this Senior-it's easy for her to smile- an amiable understanding smile which is content with justice and doesn't need mercy. S1'.z'ty-one Pholax by l.urvy Si.1'ly-Mun F DAEHEME 'Q AGNES F. 'FLINT If Il Little Falls New York Newman Club, Mathematics Club, French Club, Spanish Club, G. A. A., Music Club. NVe can't say anything witty about Agony bc- cause she's got thc draw on all of us-she's the kid herself. GRACE ELNORA Fox Myskania 58 Dana Ave. Albany, N. Y. Mathematics Club, Music Club 125, Music As- sociation f3J CTreasurer C4D D, G. A. A.. Press Club, Junior-Freshmen Sister Committee, Dra- matic and Art Council C21 f3J, News Board CAssistant Business Manager C35 J, Business Manager C4D, Y. W. C. A., Student Volunteer CTreasurer C32 J, Silver Bay Conference 1922, Summer Session Social Director 1922. We know her by her hair, her many capabilities, and her college spirit. PAULINE LILLIAN GEORGE KAg " Georgie " Germantown New York Mathematics Club. joseph Henry Society CTreasurer CZJ, Reporter 431 J, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Cheer Leader, Basketball Manager C4D. G. A. A. Council C4J. Pauline's delicate constitution can never quite withstand the semi-annual shock to her gray matter, and each February and June finds her an almost nervous wreck. mic. .-:'::-.V if P DAEIZFEHE 'Q Photo: by Lorcy JANET OCTAVIA GILMORE " Gillyf' " Granite " Farmersville New York A teacher of experience who honors State by re- turning-alternate years. Her one hobby is trans- lating the lays of the ancients. STELLA NTARY GREEN 521 Broadway lllechanicville, N. Y. Newman Club, Political Science. It is due to Stella's minute and scholarly pc- rusal of all things historical that our history books have such a "well-devoured " look. DELIA ADA I-IADSELL D KA, " Dee " Worcester New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A. fCouncil C25 J, Political Science Club, Prom Committee, Pedagogue Board. Friendly though'not effusive, capable without ado. Sixty-Ilzrvc if FEDAEIJGHE 'Q Photo.: by Larry Sixly-four FAN N IE HALL Otego New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A. We like to think of Fannie as the title role in The Shadow, unseen but felt. CATHERINE BREEN HANLEY 1fKayJJ 416 Second St. Albany, N. Y. Newman Club CVice-President Q41 D, G. A. A., Political Science Club, Newman Council C21 C3J, Junior Prom. Committee, Sophomore Soiree Com- mittee, Summer School Committee CD. Occasion alone determines whether Catherine shall conduct herself in the manner of a Marcus Tullius Cicero or after the fashion of a Patsy O'Rourke. M. BEATRICE HASWELL fl JJ Petersburg New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Political Science Club, French Club. An even temperg 21 sense of humor-Our Beety. ' F DPJEIIEHE 'Q'-Y l Photos by Lorey GLADYs HAY'NliR H415 Myskania Cooperstown New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A.. Mathematics Club fVice- President C41 D, Student Council, Class treasurer CSD, Class President 141, Quarterly Board. Silent Bossg least advertised Senior President in history. Knows all the faculty intimatelyg pities them. Elected chorus singing for a cinchg can carry a tune if only someone will lift it onto her shoulder. Miss Futterer in Dramatics: " Miss Hayner, per- haps you could become hysterical if you would just look into the mirror 21 minute." She buys her shoes in the Baby Shop. PIILDRED EDNA l'lAYNES " H illie " 98 Townsend St. Waltoll, N. Y. Chemistry Club, Joseph Henry Society, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A. Here is outstanding evidence that one can spend all one's time in the Science Department for four years and still smile placidly. Rosiz I'IERSCHBERG AECI2 5" Hcrslzy " 110 Grand St. Albany, N. Y. French Club, Spanish Club, G. A. A. Rose goes after what she wants. Don't stand in her way-she'll have to walk through you or over you. Take your choice. Sixty-fi'Ue P DAEDE4-EE ' Photos by Lorcy .gi.1'fj'-.S'1-.lf SUSAN ,IOSEPIIINE HICKLINQ Edmeston New York Y. W. C. A. She looks like the lily maid of Astolot, but listen to her. ALICE HOLMES 326 McClellan St. Schenectady, N. Y, Beta Zeta, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A. She wears the loudest of red sweaters, yet she pursues sociology in the meekest of manners. VIOLA R. HOLMES H'1IDg " Fialc " Wlaterville New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club, Spanish Club CReportcr C35 D Class Treasurer CID, Chair- man of Junior Prom Order Committee. Whether Viola does the " awfully sort of interest- ing" work of a Court Clerk, marries a "terribly old " millionaire or sells "horribly good-looking" clothes in a fashionable shop, she will never hear a harsh statement about a friend without refuting it. 1 .,,' .afij i ' IPF Q ueeme Unadilla New York Y W C A G A A Chemistry Club Junior Prom Sophomore Soiree Ring Committee Sum mer School Committee C31 Queene in all things sometimes Iord High jurist CLARISSA ARLINE' HUYCK wI1I'g " Clariss " Richfield Springs New York Political Science Club C35 C4D, Transfer from Vassar 135. When you are so rushed to death that it seems as though the old world were spinning both ways at once-then find Clarissa, She wouldn't refuse .Iii iii i ,oz ,f - X ,,,.. ' I f F DQEUEJ-if N X QUEENE MARION HUMAN i i Plmfos by Lorcy to help a porcupine over the backyard fence. NIABELLE IONA JOCI-IUMSEN 1I'I'g "Chicken" 8 Gurnee Ave. Haverstraw, N. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Music Club, Canterbury Club fSecretary C3D, President C41 J, Soiree Committee, Juniors Banquet Committee, College Song Book Committee. For three years she took life as a thing to be enjoyed. But practice teaching changed Mabelle into a serious woman whose epitaph must here remain " Semper Fidelis." Sixty-.rrvefi A ' A P DAEZFEME ' Pholox by Lofty Sixty-figlll MILDRED j. jo1e1NsoN ff JI Varysburg New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Mathematics Club, Politi- cal Science Club, joseph Henry Society, Beta Zeta Club. She is a concrete example of the slow but sure method. IDA ALENA ICAVENIUS fl JI Midclleville New York Mathematics Club, Y. W. C. A., G. A, A., Joseph Henry Society. She wasted no time upon her own tribe, but her victims in Milne she has hypnotized beyond all power of description. EDITH FRANCES KELLEY Old Chatham New York Y. W. C. A., Mathematics Club. " Her crown of glory is her hair." P DAEUEHE S Photos by Lorey HELENA MARIE KILB " The Kid " 361 Veeder Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Newman Club, G. A. A., Spanish Club, Music Club, French Club. No doubt the excitement of a Milne High class and rushing for trolleys does make one's hair stand on end. E RUTH MARION KIMMEY " Kim " East Greenbush New York Y. W. C. A. CPresidcnt C4D, U. F. R. C3D, Cabinet CZD, Silver Bay C1D CSD D, Finance Board, Sum- mer School C3D, Student Volunteer CTreasurer CZD, Syracuse Conference CID, Rochester Con- ference C3D D, G. A. A. Music Association. Ruth would mother us all though, she might not quite understand our great adventures in being wicked and care-free. MARY M. IQONCELIK 1'KfI2g " Mary " Great Neck ,Long Island Chemistry Club, Newman Club, G. A. A., Basket- ball CID CZD Good sport, nice kid-just Mary Sixty-nine f f P DAEUEME 55:-14.1-1' 'wi-.-.1 r - 1:35 .5 I fllii . . Q r N V Lf! Pliolox by Lorcy Sczfruly G. PIELENE LEACH " Lmzc " 83 Prospect St. Gloversville, N. Y. Mathematics Club, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Sum- mer School Committee. Despite Helene's graceful languor and her air of ennui she has a way of observing people and things. HELEN BROOKS LEAREY KAg Myskania. " Hallie " Hamilton New York Advertising Editor 1923 Pedagogue, Y. W. C. A. fCabinet C32 C45 D, G. A. A., Home Economics Club, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Soiree Committee, Editor-in-Chief Freshman Handbook. Helen is efficient in a way that is the delight of all beholders. We are glad she has at last settled upon a way to wear her golden tresses. ELSIE CLERQUE LEONARD 1l11'g " Elxc " 4'1 So. Pine Ave. Albany, N. Y. joke Editor l923 Pedagogue. Home Economics Club CPresident C42 J. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Summer School Committee QU CSD. Elsie is a distinct social success, but in spite of the busy whirl she has found time to crowd in a four years' college course. filsizgi ' 1 f Photos by Larry LIIILA VIVIAN LFSTFR I Warsaw New York Penalty Committee Cheerful true blur. and short Leila thats TRVA 1' l1'rTE1 KA V71 Bradford New York Photograph Editor 1923 Pedagogue Quarterly Board C35 C45 Music Club Political Science Club G A A Y W C A CCab1net C45 5 She never leaves unread one of the thousand references that Hldley gives She also holds the record of being the first Senior to have com pletcd Dexter But even Erva doesnt confine all her time to the art of becoming, a teacher-t least-well there are Sunday nights you know. GLADX s I omni: IPF' 'Glad-Eyes" 436 State Street Albany, N. Y. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Chemistry Club CPresident C45 C55 5, '22 Freshmen Handbook Committee, Finance Board C35, '22 Treasurer Cl5, '22 Basket- ball Team C25 C35 C45. Gladys never .worries or flusters. In truth we doubt if even a "bargain-day" mob at Lurie's could hurry her out of her usual slow-going com- placency. Seventy-one 1 .., ,. . . .. W., .K,.,,...,.-.-. ' x v '?3:-xg.:--1' "if A.. - If . -1gfi:qgf,,: uw Q kms ik I rr .U Y. W. C. A., 'G. A. A., Political science Club, Z -4'i , A- 5 ' , ' all. E , v"- - 4 if E :J ,I5 1 i , . . ., . . . ., ' . 'C . T, a " ' 1-,,iff'ji" ' P ummm: .1 Photos In Iarcy Scwfttx two ELIZABETH MARGARET lXflCAl.LISTER fl' JI . Mechanicville New York Newman Club. Elizabeth impresses us as one whose philosophy of life is already satisfactory because she exhibits such a calm, purposeful, accomplishing exterior. MARION D. MCCORMICK ' " Kootchy " 312 XfVestern Ave. Albany, N. Y. Newman Club, Chairman Penalty Committee CID, Summer School Committee CCD. Begorra' An' the bright divlish colleen she was ROBERT C. R. MAC FARLAN12 ff JI KAP, Myskania 595 fhird St. Albany, N. Y. Class President 125. News Board CEditor-in- Chief C45 J, Intcrclass Football CZD, Interclass Basketball C2-31, junior Prom Committee CSD, Summer School Committee C2-3J, Finance Board C35 Athletic Council C4D, Manager Varsity Bas- ketball C4D, Chemistry Club, Joseph Henry So- ciety CReporter C45 J, Physical Education So- ciety College Ring Committee CZJ. Bob came to college determined to become a great man The reward of virtue is his. Now he sits in the News Office with his feet on the deskg and over in the "Chem Lab" he has the privi- lege of telling the frosh the answer to one question fifty distinct times. 1 1-335-"' vfox by F Di-EIJEHE EDNA LILLIAN MACKMER 254 Union St. Hamburg, N. Y. Buffalo Normal 1918, N. Y. University Summer Session 1916. We have a hunch that cons from now in some remote corner of the universe, this serious-eyed pedagogue will have cornered Socrates himself, and will be saying, " Now, let me see-let me get this straight. Your point of view is --." We falter and give up the ghost. M. ELEANOR MADERER FKCIJ l-loosick Falls New York Mathematics Club, Spanish Club, Newman Club, G. A. A., Sophomore Soiree Committee. Ellie's own effortless blush has Venus' "rosy neck " stopped when it comes to effect upon be- holders. GRACE V. M.xc:U1RE XIIFQ Omicron Nu " Gracious " 812 Lancaster St. Albany, N. Y. Home Economics Club Clixecutive Committee C43 D, Omieron Nu CSecretary C45 J, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Freshman Handbook Committee i33- We admire G,race for her ability in the pursuit of practical arts. If rumor holds true, there may one day stand the degree of M. A. as further evidence of her power in achievement. Scvruly-thrre If13254.f .1 MAJORIE MATPIEWSON Hastings New York Class Secretary C3D Mathematics Club CTreasurer C45 J Y W C A G A A Basketball 'leam CU CZJ Sophomore Soirec Committee Ring Committee. But one thing stands out as a barrier to a brilliant future for Marge-she will not lie. V-,. v1.' -'.-- - K A if . x my ' Photo.: by Lorcy Sc'zfcnly-four ETHEL LEE MEAD Efhvl Lee Delmar New York Political Science Club, Chemistry Club, Y. W. C. A.. Silver Bay CSD, G. A. A., Summer School Commitee. Ethel has so persistently attended to her own affairs that we haven't really gotten acquainted. But we hear that she is deeply versed in bugs and chem, and that some day she expects to make Delmar famous. MARY M. MILLER Mary Mil Kinderhook New York Y. W. C. A., Political Science Club, Penalty Committee CID. Mary has a great deal of trouble, but she realizes most of it never comes off as per schedule. C C l. RIARTIIA GEYER MUSTAINE AAA Onncxfn Nu 329 State St Albany ,N. Y. Chemistry Club Biology Club Home Economics C ub Is the eternally busted ankle the one and only reason this fair one doesnt come to our fests- or does she fear to trust her kmght among us? ANNA IXACIINIAN 111 -e om 91 South Hawk St. Allbany, N. Y. Sophomore Soiree Committee, Press Club, Politi- cal Science Club, G. A. A., Music Club. Anne is so tiny she must look up to almost every- thing ancl everybody. Yet she has the happy faculty of persuading or demanding, as the ease may be, that all things and all people come her way. .ff P Dfuiuauf Plwlas by l.0'l'J' VERA Nor..-xN Myskania 18 Dell St. No, Tarrytown, N. Y. Pedagogue Board, News Board CManag1ng Editor C4J, Associate Editor C33 D, Press Club CSecretary CZJ CSD J, Class Reporter MJ, Politi- cal Science Club, Newman Club, Music Club, G. A. A. Vera loves life here on earth so well that she "lives sixty-one seconds a minute." And when she dies, she won't be properly awed by the gods, but will draw up a golden stool for a chat-and the gods will like it! Scvmiy-fiw F DAEIZFIIME 'Q Pllolos by I.urt'v Seventy-six A. VICTORIA PETERSON KA, Omicron Nu Vick, Vickie Jamestown New York Y. W. C. A. CAssistant U. R. C35, U. R. C45 5, Silver Bay Conference C35, G. A. A., Home Economics Club, Student Volunteer Band CLeader C45 5, Summer School Committee. It is the most comfortable thing in the world to know Vick is around-especially if you've started something you can't finish. CHARLES REILLY KAP g " Charlie " 2 Madison Place Albany, N. Y. Class Treasurer C25, Finance Board C25 C35, Physical Education Club C15, Newman Club, Newman Council C15 C25 C35, Class Basketball C15 C25 C35, Varsity C35 C45, College Song Book Committee C45, Junior Prom Committee. One-half of thzut glorious pair which has made twenty-three co-ed for the past four years. When Charley sings we think of Home and Mother. ' ELIZABETH LOUISE RENNER A05 Myskania Betty 1113 St. Vincent Street Utica, N. Y. Y. W. C. A., Cabinet C25 C35 C45, Secretary C25, Class Secretary C15 C25, Reporter C35, French Club Reporter CZ5, Secretary Treasurer C35, President C45, Silver Bay Conference C35, De- bating Team C15 C25, G. A. A., Music Club. The ideal guide, philosopher, and friend. Editor's note. CCaution: Don't overwork the philosopher part.5 f ' anis F Photos by Lorey Di-51154-if MARION HAZEL Rosa I'KrIwg " Buddiev 753 Warren Street Hudson, N. Y. G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Political Science. The original good little girl in a starched white dress with pink ribbons who spoke the "longest piece " in the book on the " last day " of school. ETHEL FOWLER Rusk Hflvg Myskania Marlboro New York Vice-President of Class CZD, President CSD, Class Basketball CSD, Spanish Club, Y. W. C. A., Politi- cal Science CReporter C35 J, Sophomore Soiree Chairman, Student Council 131. The commotion and bustle and " tear" of college life seldom disturb Ethel. She has the dignity and imperturbable austerity of a Greek Goddess: yet we have known Ethie to laugh through two reels of "comics " at the Colonial. EDITH SANDERS AECIJ HE!! 193 Madison Avenue b Albany, N. Y. Press Club, Political Science Club, Music Club, Commercial Education Club, News Board C35 C4J, Pedagogue Board, Junior Prom Committee, G. A. A. Edith is an intellectual. She reads legislative re- ports and all that. Her favorite "hang-out" is the Capitol. But she has style. The combination is too much for us. She is a mystery, neat, but " nifty." ' Seventy-seven Phoros by Lorcy Swfiily-vigl1t KATm:R1N1: L SAUTER KA ' iay 925 State Street Schenectady N Y Y W C A Canterbury Club G A A Political Science Even though she does lead the nerve wracking existence of a commuter her philosophy of life admits of many a wait a minute Cr INTON SI: ms bi istol Center New York We knew him by his unbroken silence in history quizzes l ETHEL MAY SEYMOUR " Shrimtpy " Rochester New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A.. Basketball CID C23 C31 Egg, Captain C31 C4J, Physical Education Society Vim, vigor, vitality. - ' - - -M :s:'1.::' ' ' ' ' ' -....1,.....- . " M- ... ..--.. V.. " M ,,,.. S F DAEUEJ-lf Q ., grin' U V, Photos by Larey F DAEZIE4-lf S ESTELLA MAY SEYMOUR Boonville New York Graduate of Potsdam Normal School 1906, Ex- tension work at Columbia Unversity, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., French Club, Political Science Club. Miss Seymour is the exception that keeps us from saying that 1-.ll specials take life terribly seriously. H MYRA SHAW Gilbertsville New York Y. W. C. A., Music Club, G. A. A., Home Econo- mics Club. Myra's name has gained notoriety from its fre- quent appearance upon lists of overcuts and de- fault notices. HELEN MAE SHEPARDSON ff JJ Little Falls New York Beta Zeta, Chemistry Club, French Club, G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. A great bocly'that has moved slowly, but has made a deep and lasting impression. Scwzzty-11111t 2' P DAEUEME Eighly Pliolox by Lorcy :KATHRYN SHIPMAN n' KGSVJ1 112 Washington St. Saratoga, N. Y. Literary Editor 1923 Pcdagogue, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., French Club, Spanish Club, Press Club. Kathryn has all the dignity the teacher requires. As Miss jasscy, she was the most mysterious corpse we have ever seen. MARJORIE L. SIBLEY Hfbg " .-1ng1c"' Ithaca New York Literary Editor 1923 Pedagogue, Quarterly Board C22 C31 CEditor-in-Chief C41 Press Club Re- porter f3j J. Behold! A paradox. Marjorie aspires to be our cynic philosopherg yet we shall always have visions of her hanging up her stocking on Christ- mas Eve, and impishly shooting fire-crackers on fourth of july just to scare the chickens and her pet white kitten. MAR,I 011112 SINNOTT X205 " Marge " 70 Genesee St. New Hartford, N. Y. Newman Club CCouncillor 121 QSJ C45 J, Sopho- more Soiree Committee, Home Economics Club fExecutive Committee C45 J. Tactful and friendly, always. ffflf' P DAEIIIIJ-if 'Q if I' X 205 f Q Photos by Lorvy AGNES SCOTT SMITH Myskania " Scotty " 222 Hurley Avenue Kingston, N. Y. Editor-in-Chief 1923 Pedagogue, Quarterly Board, Class Reporter CZJ, Dramatic and Art Countil C21 f3J, CSecretary C31 J, Music Council 431 141, Finance Board 141, Ring Committee, Summer School Committee, Debating Team CLeader UD Q21 J, Political Science Club, Music Club, Press Club, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A. She slaps work on the back and laughs at himg she catches an even dozen trout and fries 'em for breakfast, she has friends being one. Do you wonder she looks life square in the face and seems to say, "By a heap of living, old fellow, you're good!" lVI.AxRJoR1E4 CAROLYN SMTTIW1 AQ, " Marge " 158 Second Ave. North Troy, N. Y. Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., French Club, Summer School Committee C3J. Devotee of Latin and buns and men. Witness the A's and the avoirdupois and the letters she writes in Ed. II. MARY GRACE SMITH 1'KfIJg " Mary Grace " Mexico New York G. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Chemistry Club CVice- President MJ J, Joseph Henry Society CVice- President C3J,'President 14D J. Mary calls herself a chemist, but of late we notice an overpowering interest in law. Eighty-one P DAEIIEME 1 l"llola.r by l.0l'L'-X' Eiglz !y-Iwo MILDREDi SMITH KA, " Smittie " Franklin New York Advertising Editor 1923 Pedagogue, Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Music Club, Mathematics Club, Chemistry Club CHonone Board C25 C32 J. Smittie is a rash young maiden-her sophomore and junior years she elected Hidley's history courses, this year she aspires to tame the wild and wooly junior athlete. HILDA TEFFT ff JJ 191 Spring St. Gloversville, N. Y. Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Political Science Club, Soiree Committee, Penalty Committee. The dramatic, the divine Sarah herself sinks into oblivion when Hilda rolls her eyes, bites her nails and moans, "A quiz? Today? Why I haven't looked at a book. Gee, but I feel queer like." IQUTII ELIZABETII r.llEFFT ffl-lefty u Greenwich New York Business Manager 1923 Pedagogue, News Board CAssistant Subscription Manager C41 D, junior Ring Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Press Club, French Club, Political Science Club, G. A. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Interclass Rivalry Committee. A kindly tyrant, a reliable manager, an un- squelched woman. i'i533:fj A " F DAEDEHE ' Pliains by Lorcy ETHEL 'FENNEY ff JI Rock City Falls New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Chemistry Club. A consoling quiet, a mighty devotion to study, a Puritan conscience, a mind of her own. FANNIE TEPPER AEfDg "Fay" 55 Park Avenue Albany, New York G. A. A., French Club, Music Club, Press Club, Political Science Club. Fannie's persistency and stick-to-ativeness in whatever she does are always directed toward definite ends. AGNES E. TRUAX , A03 " True " Delmar New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Music Club, Spanish Club. Agnes is one of that mighty triumvirate of gigglers who after English 3 swore allegiance to thc cavalier of our faculty, and followed him loyally through English 13 and 14. Eighty-three i ' 53:-1.4.1,-nf 1-.-bs Q' P DAEIJGME 'Q t : in-,1, ,.- . ,,.. 55 l "-!,, ff il ' l " C Photos by Larry Eighty-four MARION AUGUSTA VAN BUREN Chatham New York Y. W. C. A. Music Association COrchestra C25 C31 C43 J, Mathematics Club, G. A. A., Joseph Henry Society, Beta Zeta Club. We have heard that Marion is descended from the " Sage of Kinderhookf' If Martin was a Math shark, we believe the report. EVELYN WAUGH " Bmmy " 5 Manor Park Rensselaer, N. Y. Y. W, C. A., Music Club, G. A. A., Basketball, G. A. A. Council CZJ. Evelyn has two hobbies--playing basketball and catching the trolley for Rensselaer. Our idea of a good time would be to have her read Polyanna to us. Evelyn might pass as the cynical humorist "I only laugh because you think I arn laughing, because I think you are laughing at me." EIRA MORGAN WILLIAMS H111 5 " T0lI1All1t'i6? 74 South Meade St. Wilkes-Barre, Penn. Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Mathematics Club, Press Club CVice-President C33 J, News Board QRe- portcr CZJ, Associate Editor CSD, Subscription Manager C4j D. Tommie-a young and impish Welshman, wickedly fresh to faculty, who believes in true love, six syllable words, and argument. um P DAEUEME x x Photo: by Lorey CLARA BELL Wu1'rcoMB Oriskany Falls New York Y. W. C. A., G. A. A., Political Science Club, Mathematics Club, Summer School Committee C37- A ma.th hound, a science bug, a history shark. But we wonder how her sense of humor lets her wear her hair that way. LEE WoL1NsKv i AEKD g " Lee " 54 Elm Street Albany, New York Music Club, French Club, Mathematics Club, G. A. A. A little person endowed with more than her share ofhaggressive persistency. MAY BURT WOOD WF, Myskania " Woody " Chester New York Class Vice-President C4D, Manager Girls Ath- letics CSD, Class Basketball C25 CSD C4J, G. A. A., Council, Y. W. C. A. CTreasurer C3J, Secretary C45 J, Summer School Committee, Spanish Club, Student Council C32 C4J, Student Association CVice President CSD, President C41 J We shall always remember May as a girl who never passed us by without a smile and a kindly word, who gave herself sincerely to every ser- vice that her college asked, and played good man always. Eighty-five . . .'.,, L Fl DAEZFEME Photo.: hy l.orcy ROSE YAGUDA AEG 17 Cuyler Ave. Albany, N. Y. Music Club, Press Club, G. A. A. Gray-matter, giggle. and vocabulary. She could teach Mary Callahan in few. Cbrahuatr Stuhrntz 1922-1923 AI.DRICI-I, ESTIIER ANNA . AUSTIN, PIIOEBE JANE . BERGER, WILLIAM ROBERT . FIsI-IER, RHE.-X E. . . FITZGERALD, MARY JOSEIIHINE GROSS, HELEN EVA . . . NIACLEAN, MARGARET CHURCHILL RIODGERS, LOUISE WOODWARD . ROGERS, RoI.LIN WILLIAM . SI-IANKS, ELSIE . . SNAvEI.v, FRANCIS B. . Eighty-.fix , ., . , ..,3,.3I'.::,.4-f:.-,- I Morris Fulton Albany Albany Albany Troy Colzoes Albany Cohocs Albany Albany f F DAEIJIIME 'X :nw if Qi REQ? pyfvwwqfj M 72... .vQc9 "f"'O'. P' FEE? if 55552 , f' . MM! M , WWT,Ag1gZq?ky KMMUKAQWWK gy U. MM W ,arp if G j' 9' , 'ww if , ,ZH-.h,,fQf www 5 .1 WWWZWJLMQQAMX . ' h64'lQ'4?h24?,,,X S Sxgij wWi?w?ZM"'f Hg .WWW Yours Truly 4 Eighty-swen ir ,w N d ',- - x ,Y " ' ' 'W' A Q Y HM :X 5Xhf'm'Mf'f'fffa M' ffzim, W 'f 5 3 'Q of M A A 'V Q ' Q ' cf J Q V wa. 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The first year was a difficult one. Many dangers in'the form of stalwart Sophomores beset them. Hard- ' ships-study and examinations-had to be endured. The Pilgrims marched staunchly onward aided by their Sister Class. j The next year of the journey was easier. The dan- . gers were passedg safely conquered was the enemy. Those ANNIE OLSON things which were hard-ships before seemed merry now President to the " gay, young Sophomoresf' Another band was following close on their heels. They were stealing the most prized possession of the Pilgrims, but this resourceful band smiled, kept silent, and thought. Soon, however, the other band let the Pilgrims easily recover their lost prize. This noble hand entertained the other travelers at all times with song an-d dance and were honored. Great prowess and strength was showed in their athletic contests, and the other travelers were humbled, yet all admired. Then came the third year of the journey, and the Pilgrims helped a third band to get used to the rough. h-ard roads. This year the Pilgrims were called " jolly juniors," and each one found himself being unconsciously what the name implied. In the middle of the year these Pilgrims rested on their journey and held a great celebration. It was called a. Prom. It was a great occasion of thanksgiving for the safety of their journey thus far. Other travelers were invited, and the many masters of the Land of Learning. Thoughts of rough yesterdays and to-morrows were put aside, and with feast and song and dance they wiled the days away. Ninety-one ,I . WI.1,4.u-v -11-4-1--: . A ':nJ? ' 13? I :mu ' ws Q - .,:,:, I Ggsieigfaf 1 ' Jumnru -Eff.: Am' 3352 ALDERSON, ALENE ELIZABETH . . Stoney Eg' AMOS, ESTHER LOUISE . . Gloversville Sf ANNETTE, VICTORIA MARY Tupper Lake 5 1 Q APPLETON, ISABEL GARTON . . . Albany I ARNOLD, WILBERT J. . . Geneseo 525553-'J' :Q BACH, ELIZABETH . Waterville . BAYLESS, MARGERY L. . Yonkers i, ,222 BEAVER, RALPH ALEXANDER . . Esopus BELDING, EMILY SHERMAN Albany 'f If BENNIT, DOROTHY VIRGINIA . Albany 5 Qfffl? BERRYMAN, SOPHIE GERTRUDE . . . Utica BERTSCH, LUCY D. . . lllontreal, Canada BOLDT, MILDRED HULDA . . Schenectady Q ' , BORSICK, HELENA IDA . . Schenectady , I BRATTON, CORA F. . . Florence, Ala. BROMLEY, MARY E. . Waterzfliet 5512333 'E-iffjk. BROWN, MILDRED . . lllexico, N. V. BUSSE, ADA HEI.EN . . Gloversville 1 lf,-ig CATON, FOREST B. . . Brockport fig CASSAVANT, JOHN HOWE . Albany 31312 , CLARKE, CHARLINE LENORE Oneida Eff- , CLEVELAND, MARGARET H. , . Albany COHEN, SOPHIA . . Olean J.' CONGDON, MARX' GRACE . . . Albany av' -CORNELL, MILDRED CAROLINE . Broadalbin l - .".' CRAIG, HELEN B. . . . Delhi CUSHMAN, MARGARET LUCY . Bainbridge DAGGETT, MURIEL E. . . . Albany 51211, DALEY, WARREN GREGORY . . Troy 55' DAVIDSON, DOROTHY . Roxbury Ar: DOODY, MARTHA HELEN . , Norwich DULGARIAN, ROSE MARY . . Albany , " " " DUTCHER, EVELYN THERESA Glaveryyille f DUTTON, FLORENCE MAYI-'RED , Sehenpetady I DWYER, JOYCE IRENE . . . Oxford ' EATON, MARGARET ELIZABETH , Norwich ENZIEN, MARTHA SABINA . MgclIa11ifzfiIle ERSHLER, LILLIAN . . , Saugcrties FAHNESTOCK, CLARA BELLE , ,Cghoc-.s FARRELL, MARION ELIZABETH , Schenectady FORBES, HELEN LOUISE . Sghenpetady FRASER, ELEANOR AMES . , Albany GAINGELL, IRENE M. . Glow-ryyille GIBBONS, ELIZABETH M. . Binglzanzton E gg, GIFFEN, ELEANOR FRASER , , Albany E+:- GOODWIN, ALBERT FILLIS New York City ' GOWLING, ELEANOR S. . , , Palmyra HADDON, HELEN LUCILE . . Peekskill HALL, CATHERINE MARGARET . . Utica ' HALL, HARRIET DEAN . . . Amsterdam HAYES, JOHN NEWTON . . Hensonville HEDRICK, WALTER SLINGERLAND Selkirk HEINEMANN, WILHELMINA . Binghamton HELMER, MARION E. . . Mohawk HOIXIOMB, CLARENCE CHRISTY . . . Troy HOWES, GRETA IRENE . Plattsburg HUBBARD, ELIZABETH MAY Schenectady HUNTER, ETHEL ELIZABETH . . . Albany lj JOHNSON, DOROTHY MILDRED . Mechanicville f ,Q JONES, DOROTHY LOUISE . . Clinton ' N inety-two ' A , I r Q1 r N N. CJ I ' -4- JONES, PRISCILLA SANDERS Remsen KEELER, DOROTHY MARY . . Albany KEEP, DORIS RIX . . Rensselaer KILIMER ELIZABETH BLANC!-IE , Bolivar KUHN, MILDRED ELIZABETH Gloversville LAWSON, FLORENCE ELIZA . Bemus Point LIEBICH, HILDEGARDE . . Elsmere LINDT, MADGE . . . Monticello MACKEY, RITA ELLEN . . . Vernon MANWARING, LOUISE ELIZABETH . .' Sidney MARTIN, BEATRICE MARGARET . . Schenectady MAXIM, NELLIE G. . . MAYNARD, BEATRICE MARIE MILLER, MARION GOODRIDGE . MOORE, HELEN GLADYS . MURRAY, AGNES . . . NAGLE, ELIZABETH DowLING . O'BRIEN, VERONICA ALICE . O'CONNELL, GERTRUDE HELEN . OYCONNELL, MARY . . OLSON, ANNIE HORTENSE . ORR, HELEN MARGARET . OSTRANDER, ESTHER ADELIA . OSTRANDER, GRACE ELIZABETH PALKOSKY, ETHEL AMALIA . PECK, KATHERINE BLANCHE PLUM, ELEANOR . . PORR, ROMAINE ELLA . PREIHS, FLORENCE SOPHIA PROPER, PHILIP T. . PUGH, DONALD EDWARD . PUTNAM, OLIVER O. . . RITZER, HARRIET JOHANNA . ROBINSON, MARTHA KATHERINE ROGERS, ELEANOR FRANCES . RUPERT, LAURENCE REMINGTON RUSSELL, CATHERINE ELIZABETH ST. LAWRENCE, ENID RUSSELL SANCHIRICO, ANGELINE MARIE . SCOTT, FREDERIC ALLEN . . SCRIVER, BEATRICE MARY . SI-IAFER, EDNA BELLE . . SIIEFEIELD, JANET DALZELL SIIOENBERG, SARA I. . . SHUFELT, LAURA MARTI-IA SISSON, ALICE CORNELIA SMITH, JAMES EDWARD . STANYON, GLADYS ADELLE . STEVENS, MABEL ELIZABETH STROUPV, ELIZABETH K. . TODD, MAREA . . . . VAN DENBURG, EDITH . . VAN GELDER, MARILLA BLANCIEIE VAN VRANKEN, GLADYS . WALLACE, AILEENQAGNES . WEAVER, GLADYS . . WEISS, MARY LUCELE . . WESTERMAN, DOROTHY GREEN VVILCOX, PAULINE PATTISON . WILSON, FLORENCE MAUDE J WRIGHT, MARY VAN BENTIIUYSEN - YOUNG, MARGUERITE LILLIAN Bolton Landing . Smith Basin . Ossining . Albany . Amagansett . . Beacon Middle Granville . . Troy . Troy Jamestown Boquet . Wallkill . Ghent . Schenectady . Whitehall Saratoga Springs . C ochecton Schenectady M illerton . New Berlin Saratoga Springs . . 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Our arrival in September, 1921, was attended with the same rustling registration cards and green-room punch that have greeted all of our predecessors, we attended the same receptions and shook hands with the same faculty with our mouths held in the same little screwed-up position of awe and wonder that all S. C. T. freshmen have used. Our billet doux were just as numerousg our exam- inations, just as tragicg and the same old percentage departed after Mid-Years for parts unknown. We shall boast of our achievements after the manner of college MILDRED HAMMERSLY classes land everybody elsej immemorial. President . VVe were a large, complacent, and well-fed childg and we had a beautiful time with our new playthings. A beautiful yellow toy we did succeed in grabbing, but although we hid it under our pillow and sat upon it, we did not keep it very long. ' On Moving-up Day we took off our baby dresses and appeared in our first real clothes. We won the banner rush and ran as hard as anybody when the shower overtook the Ridgefield parade. And it was with a placid frame of mind reflected from a happy babyhodd that we entered our adolescent days in September, 1922. We had scarcely lost our baby dimples and our hair was not yet upg but we learned early that we were like unto the stone wall of Mr. Frost. Events trod upon one another's heels. Exciteable blue paint grew into broken door knobs and swift Nemesis from the Powers that Be. We were commanded to stand still, and we learned that door knobs cost something besides money. But in spite of everything, we feel satisfied. After all there are compenxations. Nirwfy-.rvwm .vj.,g,,,.y E. I-g A F DAEIIIIHE f1,,I,,.fI , Smphnmnrru AUSTIN, LOUISE . . . AXELROD, REBECCA DOROTHY . BAKER, KBLANCHE LENORA . BAKER, RUBY MAUDE . BARRUS, HARRIET CALISTA . BARTON, RUTH ELIZABETH BEGOR, DORIS GERTRUDE . BERKOWITZ, ADA . . BISER, RUTH MOORE . BISLAND, ETHEL M. . BLOOM, ETHELYN MARIE . BOUGHTON, ALICE ADELYN BOWER, ELISE DOROTHY . BRABB, HERMEONE . . . BRESLAW, WILLIAM HOWARD BROWNELI., ELOISE CATHERINE BULL, MARY ROE . . BURGIN, MARIE EMILY . BUSSEY, RUTH MYRTLE BUTTS, SERENA H. . ' CALKINS, RUTH AMORET . CARROLAN, JAMES FRANCIS CARTER, VERNA MABEL . . CHACE, ELLA LOUISE . . . CHRISTOPHER, MARJORIE ELIZABETH . CLAYTON, FLORELLA ANNETTE . . COFFEY, JULIA MORGAN . COLEMAN, GERTRUDE EDITH . COLLINS, JOHN LEROY . CONKLIN, HELEN LOCKWOOO . COOKE, NIARIAN LUELLA . CONNELL, GRACE HELENA CORNELL, HELEN W. . A . CORNELL, MARY G. . . - . CRAIJDOCK, FLORENCE RI-IODA CRANE, EDMOND H. . . CURRIE, MILDRED ELIZABETH DALY, ALICE THORNTON . . DANZIG, ARTHUR M. . DARDESS, JEAN ALICIA . DAVIS, BERENICE EVA . DAWSON, AUGUSTA JANE . DEITZ, DOROTHEA FISCHER . DEMAREST, MARGARET . DENTE, YVONNE CLARA Ninety-eight . Patterson . Albany . Granville . Saranac Lake . Port Byron Peekskill . Moriah ' .Granville . Chatham . Glen S pey Averill Park . . Ravena . Johnstown . Albany Albany Albany Alba-ny . . Albany . Camden Chenango Forks . Pulaski . Salem Lowville . . Katonah . . Scotia Saratoga Springs Poughkeepsie . Anbnrn . Salem Greenville . Middleburg . Green Island . Arlington . Niagara Falls . Rensselaer . Port Jervis . Amsterdam . Albany . Troy Chatham . Glens Falls . Scotia . Albany . . Walden Sehenertady P DAEIJGME A DOWNER, NANCY RAMONA DRISCOLL, MARY' C. . . ECKERSON, BEULAH MARION . ELDRIDGE, ESTHER . . ELLIS, RUTH . EVANS, LILLIAN ANNE EVE, MILDRED EVELYN . FENNER, HARVEX' C. . FINCH, MADELINE . . . FITZGERALD, ELEANOR MARION . Fox, NIARCELLA HALL -. . FURMAN, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH . GAGE, AILEEN M. ,. . . GAGE, LEONA JENNIE . . GILL, LLEWELLYNA JANE . GOODRICH, BLANCHE EVELINE GOODRICH, I-IIRAM AARON . HAIGITT, DOROTHY . . HALL, GLADYS HARRIET . . HAM MERSLEY, MILDRED EUGENIA . HAND, MARY ELLA . . . HANNA, MARIETTA . HARDING, ORMA LILLIAN HART, VIVIEN ROSALIE HAUN, RUTH AMANDA . HIGGINS, EDITH MAE . . HINMAN, IVA CAROLINE . . HODGE, CATHERINE ELIZABETH . HOFFMAN, MARGARET HENRIETTA HOHL, MADELINE CAROLYN . . HOYT, DOROTHY . . HUNTER, LUCY MARIE . HYAM, FLORENCE ELIZABETH . JENSEN, EDITH CAMILLA . JOHNSON, DORIS ELEANOR JOHNSON, ENITH BEATRICE . JOHNSON, FRANCES CLAUDINE . JOHNSON, RUTH VIOLET . JONES, GWENDOLYN . JONES, LAURA BERNICE .' JORDAN, WINIFRED PATRICIA . KANE, BEATRICE B. . . KENT, JOSEPHINE POWERS KINUM, ETHEL CAROLINE . KIRTLAND, HELEN BETH KLEINBERG, SOPHIE . KLING, JOY ELORA . KNIFE, PEARL E. "' -' .'.g:,c,I.f':,1::,:A1J'.5. yen: . Schenectady . Q Olean . 'Johnstown . Johnstown . S hortsville . Ellenville Richmond I Hill . Bnrnharns . Hyde Park ' . Whitehall . Schenectady East Rochester . . Luzerne . Worcester . Kingston . Stillwater . Tioga Center . Highland . . Albany . Waterford . Boonville Middle Granville C ainden Albany Hillsdale Gloversvtlle Gilboa M assena Albany Albany Schenectady N ewbnrgh Schenectady Attica Gonvernenr Glens Falls Worcester Saratoga Springs Waterville Norwich Albany Chatham Center Albany Schenectady Albany Albany North Brookfwld Albany Ninety nine . . . . . . . I . . . . . . 1 u 1 I 1 1 1 n ' O O ' 1 1 1 0 0 ' .72-ffng' I-mu s -z5,5..1..q -, .::',-gy fri'-51 F DAEIIIIJ-LE D A ' ' .,,,,, f ? vt KRIEGER,' GERTRUDE MIRIAM . LANDON, FLOYD ELTON . gf' LAYDEN, JUSTINA MAE . LEAHEY, MARGARET MARY . fj LEARY, MARY BETTY . . LEEK, EDITH MARIA . . LEEMING, FLORENCE HASBROUCK LEWIS, MAYfMARGARET- . LIEDMAN, ALICE M. . . ,4',' LIVINGSTON, MARJORIE LAUT LOCKERBY, BEULIAH MYRA LOUBER, RUTH . . . LYNCH, MARGARET V. . '.gjg1Qf MCALLEY, DOROTHY . . "ji MCCORLIICK, MADELINE MARY . QL ,.' ' MCDONALD, RUTH . . if MACDOUGALL, ALENE B. . jg MCGEENEY, MARGARET . MCKENNAN, JESSIE JANE MCMANUS, ELIZABETH . MACQUEEN, ELIZABETH HUNT It I., MAGEE, DORIS LUCILE . . MAHER, MARY LOUISE . . MALLOY, ALICE EMMA . I ' MALONE, KATHLEEN KVERONICA MANCIIESTER, MARION GRAFE J MAYNARD, MARGARET D. . . MEANS, HELEN . . . MESEREAU, GLADYS LUCILLE . MILLETT, MARIE FRANCES . NIONROE, JACQUELYN ELIZABETH MOORE, LOIS ANN . . MOORE, RUTH . . MUNCH, RUTH ELAINE . MURRAY, MARY ELIZABETH . NAUMOEF, SADIE . . NOLAN, AGNES ELIZABETH NOONE, DOROTHY VERONICA O'HARE, MARY PATRICIA OLDS, GERTRUDE LOIS . OTT, CLARA C. M. . . OTT, HELEN H. J. . . PAGE, GENEVIEVE ELNORA PLATNER, FLORENCE ALICE . PLUSCH, HENRIETTA A. . PRICE, FRANCES HARRIET . PULLING, ANNIE D. . RECORD, MARION CHRISTINE One Hundred ,,,., . E 31,5- V 155.-gf '3 .uh-.f-V ., . Batavia Waverly Whitehall . Albany . . Massena Saratoga Springs . . Walden W ashingtonville . . Liberty . Albany . Broadalbin Saratoga Springs . . Auburn ' . Glens Falls . Saranac Lake Schenectady Gloversville . Newburgh Frankfort Milton . Katonah . Camden . Marnaroneck . Oxford Saratoga Springs . Nassau . Schenectady . . Delhi . Endicott Schuylerville . . Kingston Ballston Spa . Albany . Northport . . Albany Schenectady . Schenectady . Lowville . Binghamton Poughkeepsie . -. Troy . . Troy W estbrookville . Little Falls . Catskill . Pulaski . Arthursburg Fort Edward F DAEIJIIME O REED, CORA ESTHER . RELYEA, ORENA DEBORAH . ROBERTS, MAY LUCY . ROOT, GRACE ADELE . . SCHAIRER, CLARA . . . SCHRADER, ELIZABETH MARION SHAPIRO, ESTHER . . . SHEEHAN, ELLEN J. . SHERLEY, EDWARD E. . SHERMAN, ESTHER MARY . SHERMAN, HELEN AINIELIA SILVERNAIL, .IESSIE G. . . SLATER, LILLIAN MAY . SMITH, MABEL WATKINS . SNELL, GLADYS WASHBURN SPLATT, LILLIAN PAULINE . STAHLMAN, ELMER EDLE TAYLOR, DOROTHY MAY . THOMPSON, FRANCES . THOMSON, INA FOREMAN . TYRRELL, BLANCHE MAY . VEDDER, MARY ELIZABETH . VINES, EDWARD HELLIS . VOORHIES, HARRIET LYDIA . WATSON, ELLEN CECELIA WAYMAN, JESSIE RUTH . W EBER, MURIEL HELEN . . WEBSTER, PHILANDER HAWKINS WELCH, LOUISE CHARLOTTE . WELLING, MARTHA ENSIGN . , WEMPLE, RUTH . . . WESTBROOK, EDNA WILHELMINA WHEELER, ELLEN THIRZA . WHI-TE, ESTHER MAGENE . WHITEOIVER, MILDRED BELL . WILDE, LILLIAN FLORENCE . WILLIAMS, MARION FRANCES . WILSON, MADGE . . . WILSON, VERNICE . . WINCH, HARRIET ISABELLE . WINNE, ISABEL CATHLEEN WISE, MADELINE H. . . WOODWARD, KATHERINE. ADELIA . f e ferson . Albany . . Albany Schenectady . . Scotia . Albany . . Liberty M echanicville' . . Albany S chnylerzfille . . Ghent Schenectady . Schenectady . Albany . Schenectady . N iverfoille . N izferville . Albany . Schenectady . . Delhi . Lake George . Catskill Saratoga Springs C ohoes E llenwlle C harlottewlle Oneonta Albany Albany Easton Schenectady K yserike Albany H ornell West Lebanon Schenectady W hitesboro Delhi Albany Glens Falls Ballston S pa Schenectady Sag Harbor One Hundred One , -L A .. ' 1.51m , . --rf, ,. - I f .-ye-,,--,I 1 - 1, : ,I ..,. ,.,.,.. . fs. P DAEIJELAE W VK 1 sw" ff .fc Hn w,n,L..3, 'ifwmfg . N ,- '::o? F fn' , lf - , ,, ' I-:A 'ww' , fi' Q W fs , :N . I 5,52 . . 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Also but one F rosh in three mistakes Albany High as one of college buildings. Sept. 28-All Freshmen meet Profs at Faculty recep- tion. Plea, for name for '26 is in vain. The Dean heaps compliments on heads of triple record-breaking class in numbers, scholarship and number of long-haired coihiures. '26 wonders at human tendencies of Profs. Sophomore rules in force: ' Note: Above announcement necessary as evidence. JOHN LALOR Oct. 5-Y. W . welcomes 1926. President Frosh wonder at great human tendencies of Profs. as displayed by their prototypes, especially of the one present to see himself as others see him. Oct. 12-Frosh seize Soph Banner. Note:' '26 can break glass as well as records. Oct. 19--Class of '26 have majority of men on football squad. Oct. 26-Old-fashioned girl and sheik, both of '26 win prizes at Junior- Freshman party. Freshman Officers chosen: President-John Lalor. Vice-President-Miriam Snow. Treasurer-Herbert Campbell. Secretary-Elizabeth Falk. Reporter-Helen Elliott. Nov. 2--Sophs Sling Paint. Frosh Fling Water. Water is more effective. Nov. 16-Frosh Rush Front Door. Note: Dr. Brubacher rushes to aid of Sophs. Nov. 24-Frosh have majority of men out for basket ball. M Dec. 16-Helen Rising, '26, Wins Silver Loving Cup. Freshmen win Gy-m eet. One Hundred Five f . . " 5-way: -41 - l abbott edna henrletta agan, carolyn aubm a hearn, margaret elizabeth albrxght martha Jane ames ruth wimfrecl anderson, marion gertrude arthur, helen almlra ayre , myrtle dorothy babcock, mlldred louise baer, virginia catherme baker, julla clarice baker mabel balter, harrlet edith barber mary adelaide barclay, helen lou1se lairett genevleve marxon bartholomew, chrlstie a becker, helen louise bellmger, evalyn grace bellows, ITIHFJOYIC thompson benjamin, hazel Carolyn benjamin, margaret f bentley, mez cora bermmgham catherine ann bessette, marion anna . be vier, thyra jane . bird elma frances . . blair alice lucy. . bluestein, bebe louise . booth, alice elizabeth . bott, helen elizabeth . braun, jacob . . briggs percy clifTord . brown charlotte irene . brown, eva olive -. . brown, grace catherine browne, john david . buckbee margaret jordan buckbee, muriel danforth budd, georgiana . . bushell, frances isabel . callery, eleanor helen . campbell. a. herbert . Campbell, mildred elizabeth chatfield, marciahelen . Om' Hundred Six Illrezhmm -4- .uv ,- .-.,.-- - -.-l , ,-,, -..,,-,.,...,,-,..,.,...,: ,,,.,.,:'-.. . f.-,.-,gg -,'-- . g.-f.--,- . 11.3, - - '.1 ,G ,:'.f-:..,1..1-21:21. ' ll 1 I vi .4 ,: . .55,:.,3,...Z.4.:. V . ,- :vw .3 l lzughsonwlle rome saratoga sprlllgs nzontoul' falls hzghland albany fort ann brzarcllff manor gouverneur schenectady frankfort webster albany nvack hzllsdale walerlown scotza sclzenectady lzttle falls albany schenectady thzells delnrar east norwzch . tzconderoga .. hudson . spring valley . staatsburg . . peeksklll .saratoga springs . . troy . albany rhifwbeck . corinth . holcofnb ballslon spa. . tuatervlict schenectady '. tra 1 . hydc park grapeville . jolmstown . andes inechanicville . cornwall .V vfl. l 4 . lx iq? "' F DAEUHJ-lf 'W , 3 17' ' .. v.-, v rg i A V.. lm.-,44.,,l.,53.l.-.H 1,1-'v.w.'--: H Lheney frames stednlan chesebrough, marion haviland chisholm, florence christie, dewltt joseph clark, emma elizabeth clark lois nettle clarke, Jessica armsby clme, marian anna cole, charles homer coleman, carolyn kmffin connelly, alice evangeline Connors, mary louise Conroy, regma consalvo aclelme cornehus, dorothy cowan, rrta mary crawford, robert matthew crrssey, vida maude cross pauhne crouch, mary cussler, henry king czurles rose anna dardess, mary elizabeth davxes, stanley duane davison, margaret della dayton, anna i clayton, flossie gertrude . cleane, dorothy tracy . cleitz ,helen mary . . delehanty, 'william james de mocker, georgia allen . denton, marion miles . diedrick, eclith louise . dlmmick dorys Horette doran, Horence catherine . dotter, mary helen doyle, elizabeth florence . dranitzke sarah . . du bois frances . . clunn, benjamin . . dutton, anna mary . . eddy, ruth anna . . edelman, irene christina' . elliott. helen edwards . estabrook, sylvia norton . fahey, viola magdalene falk, elizabeth frances . . scotla grecnwich sfhenectady menands renssela-er schenectady albany masscrna carrnel .t goshen poughleeepsie . watervliet . oneida schenectady . bangall . glen.: falls . alba-ny . rensselacr norwich , albany . fonda . 0Il'lSfC1'd4ll1I'l Chatham paris station dalton, mass. . albany . corinth hillsdale schoharie albany . fillinore farmingdalc , troy norwich rensselaer . cohoes . nzechanicville . patchogne . walden . . troy . schcnectady ' , . saraloga sl71'ingS . . copake binghainton .' albany . rrcnsselaer . hudson One Hundred Seven -'.5gZ..'f1-7 V.-,--.1a 1 -.-.-. "'s.'fz,'I?5:fg.1' ---a : -,:,a -',: 1 ":4:,::ig5f55a:3fEQga ,:" " " '.1, 1 iff- "4' V J Y ,V-:high 1 . x - A 3.1 v53i-ty 1:1 Q .- .,,,.,-.,,.,. N M - if ' Q mi connor, catherine elizabeth i . . . i 'wf1ff'1'bU"3" Colm- P DAEIJYIIM Q N farrell, mary eileen . fellows, mildred mable . fennell, dorothy alberta ferguson, harold scott . flanagan, jane emilie . flanagan, margaret elmar flanigan, mary elisabeth flint, harriette marie . llorio, catherine . . gainor, john edward . gamble, rose mary . gavit, frances cornell . gentner, marie Cecilia . gertskin, sophie . gillett, florence edna . godfrey, harry s. . . goewey, olla may . goldsmith, louise eleanor . gooding, alice annabelle gordon, esther sara . gorman, s. zelma . gould, ida rose . grady, johanna julia . graves, madeline . . green, margaret mary . greenaway, ,minnie emily greene, edith cameron . greenblath, florence muriel greenway, ella mae . greenwald, sady janice . griffxn, katherine marie. V grueschow, adelaide ketcham . gullace, louise j . . hadlock, marguerite alice. hagelberg, margrid elizabeth. haggerty, anne cavanagh . haight, siclney niles . hampel, olga amalia . hand, iva jacobie harris, beatrice mae . hartnett, elizabeth grace hayes, blanche beatrice . hecker, theodore r. . hemstreert, marion harriet henry, florence adeline. herkstroter, lucy merle . herman, ruby eleanor . hewitt, marion almyra . Ont' Hundred Eight C' 1116, ,r,. . e . , .h,.,,. I ryl. .,.,..,. . . .. watervliet chatham coltoes ' salem albany chatham schcnectady . nnnda . cobleskill . salem green island . albany batavia . albany . kingston . cohocton . west chazy center vnoriches . albany . troy schenectady . Corinth . newburgh . schenectady . waterville . . troy saranac lake . . troy . vernon nfontlcello . fayetteville amityvllle . albany . schenectady . . delhi . cohoes albany . cohoes . boonville . schenectady . . troy . bloovningdale . albany . albany . kingston . chathafm . neu-burgh petersbnrg P DAEHHME hewitt, viola b. . . hitchcock, mary page . hodges, elizabeth . hodgins, beatrice irene . holt, hazel irene . . hopkins, gretchen violet . hopkins, ruth . . hornung, herbert karl howard, joseph roland. howe, benson rice . . hubert, mildred frederichs . hughes, anna jane . . hungerford, beulah irene l . hunter, iona marion . hurlburt, julia eileen . isenbergh charlotte. jansen, esther agnese . juckett, edwin abizer kaplan, fannie frieda . . kaplan, mamie louise . keaveney, genevieve katherine keck, frances marion . kempf, veronica marie. . kerr, helen emily . - kershaw, george alfred kershaw, vera blanche kingdon, philip howard klinkhart, hilcla maria koen, margaret auleen . kotT, anna hilda . krieg, elnah louise lalor, john joseph . landon, marion dewitt . latham, elizabeth . layton, edna thompson. lazarus, esther susie Q lazdon, benjamin . . lee, agnes aclina . . leishman, marguerite lucille. light, viola k. . . loman, mildred annetta . lomax, martha adeline . loomis, doris elinor . lundy, dorothy baughn' . lyneh, gertrude margaret . lynch, mae irwin . . mac cubbin, malcolm robert . mc donald, mary agnes . canoes . delmar . gloversville .southold scheneclady . schenectady . nnnoa . olean albany . zfala-tle . . troy . keene 'valley . waterlown . albany greene . albany albany . boquet albany syracuse . johnslown . gloversville . nivenvllle . hnntcr . pewy . ferry . . troy . canwjoha-rie . .rherrill . ma-lone . peekskill walervliet . waverly . sangerlies east norwich . ficonderoga . troy . troy schenectady . ponghkeepsie .' nassan . . albany franklin springs . . troy . yonkers rcnsselaer sinclairville Chadwick.: One Hundred Nine i Q B it P DAEIIELLE 'Q mc entee, may margaret . mac farland, kenneth henry macfarlane, janet . mc grath, florence vivian . mc kern, elizabeth viola mc mahon, francis james . mac nulty, florence evelyn . mac omber, ethel marie . machson, siclona . . mackey, olive g. . . maclay, sybell elizabeth malloy, grace mary . manville, mary jennette marcus, rose harriet markson, samuel albert martin, anne irene . martin, margaret carney melrose, milclrecl abigail . merritt, stephen edward merry, blanche arlene . mewkill, eclith van duesen . miller, catherine reeve . miller dorothy marion miller, esther louise miller, marcia irene . millett, helen . . ' milmine, elizabeth agnes miner, ruth pauline . mix, margaret e. . . monington, glaclys bernadine . monk, helen vermilya . . montgomery, arline terese moore, gladys elizabeth moose, carleton allen . morgan, genevieve veronica . morgan, walter daniel . morrisey, mary elizabeth murphy, kathryn frances . neuner, ulrich john . neville, david michael nixon, marie louise nolan, mary . . nolan, robert wilson . noonan, kathryn eleanor . o'connor, irene anna . o'donnell, margaret ann . ogleby, beth . . o'leary, catherine gaynor . One Hundred Tcn . , . W , it. .1-. I Jlv t . . . 1 . . bath rensselaer albany . lowville chatha-nz . cossaynna . troy waterzfliet . nzonticello newfield coxsackie . oxford albany north troy kingston ossindng port henry oughkeepsie washingtonville frankfort hill ponghkcepsie . albany . nzcdway .Schenectady . kinderhook Schuylerville ticonderoga . oxford Schoharie . ntinoa wh-ite plains Schenectady . rensselaler dansville whitehall 'waterville newark garnerville port chester . troy gloversville watervliet . albany watervliet Schenectady herlairner Schenectady newburgh 2' .-f.'-3" ':' . - . " "ii-f 4 -- .M ..., ,-. 5' F' DAE1154-if osborne, edith alice page, coribel . . palermo, sophie . pearse, beatrice bond persk, ethel . . persons, joyce salina . petherbridge, sarah cherry pierce, esther elizabeth ' . plude, isabelle meredith pulling, elizabeth pryor . quackenbush, helen jennie quackenbush, olive a. . quinlan, nora a. . quinn, bernice agnes raff, mary . . raynor, anna clencie . reagan, marion loiselle reese, ada marion . reilly, margaret rose . reynolds, gladys kelder . rhein, mary frances . rhoads, marion lyma rising, helen' a. . roberts, beatrice . roberts, lyle edgar rogers. sophie aclele rude, harry william . rutenber, leola marjorie . rutenber oleita frances sage, burton henry Q . st. denis, esther . . st. denis, frances imelda . seligson, beatrice rose. Shaffer, lorena margaret . sheldon, milclred charry shopmeier, ileta amelia . sleight, eva mae . . smith, daisy belle . smith, dorothy agnes . smith, pauline mary snow, miriam braley . sohns, acleline whigam . spencer alice barbara . stanton, winifred e. . stone, florence . . stooks, magclalena . . sturgess, helen marjorie Sullivan, katherine emily . albany deposzt schenectady new harnburgh 'whztehall schenectady ntzca croton-on-hndson schenectadv arthnrsburg johnstown johnstown hooszcle falls watertown sag harbor is 1 scltenectady albany troy kingston sclzenectady albany holland patent More ester re 1 ford mazne .rzdnev center albany churchwlle .Schenectady rensselacr peckskzll albany lounsberry schenectady kznderhoole nzechamcwlle 'waterzflzet 'watertown albany walden saratoga springs shushan kingston oriskany yohnstown anzsterdam One Hundred Eleven V X - , , 'gr- ' Hilti x-215:-it " 355 ' 95:55. . Eglnb, ' kill . ?rL5i.f . :lat--A 'iiiifl . . - -fi . if." - ' ' ' . albany if. n - ' ' 'f' ff: . i l ii" . 1 e . . i-iliiiiisq . 1 t'tt' i i llliillle fi, R 25- H '? 1 5 Q '1:f.:? L f3i'f1'1',i :-., -- , swart, mary elizabeth . tarsches, lilian elizabeth . terpening, lucy lee tormey, carroll francis . tracey, mary . tuell, olive ione . underhill helen adelaide vail,V1ulah mae . valente, thelma catherine . valentine, marjorie converse van vranken, theresa . . van zant, ruth belle varden, bessie . . veecler, olgareetia ora . viets, dorothy whitcomb vines, vera helen . . walker, jerome hopkins wallace, emily isabel . Walsh, monica gertrude ward, louise deming Watkins, reba anne . Webster, agnes eliza . Webster, marilla orcutt Wenzel, muriel louise W. gg... - ,--,, V, --' ,- 13355 kingston '. 'Kiwi' albany 25' 1325 delanson Castleton - watervlzet adams poughkcepsze orzent wappzngers falls troy Schenectady szdney monroe west albany .Schenectady mechanzcwlle rensselaer rnzddletown greenwzch peekskzll camdcn wafrrensbnrg warrensbnrg albany F Diililllil-if x -I I Westfall, rachel marie . wiles, irene 1. . ' Wilkins, mary adelaide Wilson, eleanor elizabeth . Winne, anita elizabeth . Wood, sara lucy . . Woodward, elizabeth . . wright, jeanetta margaret yorton, ellen irene . . voungs, cloris frances zebert, frank william zinke, dorothea la vie Ona Hundred Twelve ,- , ..-.., .. .,, . .1215 ' lr ' 5 ' . - 1?-2732.3 ' ' i- ?S:'qE'-35:51 ' 'Z T:-sol l 5: we-2 . 525- 'QI-'.1:3 . . . . - 25553 ' rig. - - - 'Hilfe ff: ?rs,:f.:'. 'r ' Tl? ' - - :i.a'.-if af - - am? sg,- J-322' ith' . . E15 , . if, . 1. . . . . :Jfg if' ' -'is"'. 5' . . . . 'QE 1.- ' ' 51. . . . . . . i - 2fif!i'?'5 . . . . - ' . . . watervhet 5- - - fill' " ' 'iiilfii A as .-f sarataga springs rnassena calskzll lawrence kznderhook tra y dundee carnden yonngs lynn, mass schenectadv LIKAJQHAZQT I 'QTIZ -- .4 .-. vg,-J-4.1--1 'H '-I-3 ' ' I X . I A-ff '51, f P DAEZIEME 'T I . .,... : f af fu- fr 'f1'If.':2i1f khifif 'I-.--eg, QQ: Y ,,'-.4 ., - FEEPI .f "SJ . 25,-. A? ::' I Ei: lr., A r' :- H31 .1 E- f:.i: ' - 'Lf :.',-- ,161 ' N' .- 1'If?f ,,g1v:4j.x Zlnhrx nf Cwrganizatinnz STUDENT COUNCIL PUBLICATIONS DRAMATICS AND ART ASSOCIATION FINANCE BOARD RELIGIGUS ORGANIZATIONS LANGUAGE CLUBS MUSICAL CRCANIZATICNS SCIENCE CLUBS RESIDENT HALLS OHdd 5 ne un re Fifteen 1:m2.?l , . LEM-iv:-I-I-E . - . ,T ,.. . ,, Q-41.555 . I., . . 3, I, ., ., 11' '- 3 , I ' A- I' , FEDAEIIE-HE x Q.: Om' Ilumirvd Si.1'fm'l1 25" ,Hi --,,,Q,,,,:, . ml., N . x N . Tfo P DAE111I+1 ffl 7.-,H-Q 1 V , J Stuhrnt Qlnnnril Organised 1921 ' O 175 cers is MAY B.- WOOD, '23 . . . . . . President ' EVELYN T. DUTCHER, '24 . . Vice-President JACQUELYN E. MONROE, '25 . Secretary Prof. CLARENCE A. HIDLEY . . Treasurer Members GLADYS L. IHAYNER, 23 MILDRED E. HAMMERSLY, 2 ANNIE OLSON, 24 jonN LALOR, 26 Ona Hundred Seventeen I 3 5 l S 9 Z , s s L l x. U. Q .E- S I Q 5 1923 PE DAGO U ,J 1. -Lira-i V , 31 w 's ' P ' vs tn'-YY 1 ' -3235.62 3 .cgk . 'g .2 fi - JM ilk, P . 3 9 K :lf F DAEZFEME Q . u . I E112 lgrhagnguv BOARD OF EDl'l'ORS Editor-in-Chief .AGNES SCOTT SMITH Business Manager Literary Editors ELINOR C. BUELL VERA NOLAN Photograph Editors MARJORIE BLYTHE ERVA E. LITTELI. Art Editors ETHEL M. CUMMINGS LAURA G. EBELI. Athletic Editor ETHEL M. SEYMOUR Subscription Manager DELTA A. HADSELL Advertising Editors HELEN B. LEARY ' IQATHERINE E. BETZ Eaeulty Adzwfser RICHMOND HENIIY IQIRTL 3335253-5 RUTII E. TEFFT ICATHRYN SHIPMAN MAR-IORIE SIBLEY SUSAN G. COLLIER Joke Editors DORIS H. BUTLER ELSIE C. LEONARD EDITH SANDERS MILDREID N. SMITH AND One Hundred Nfiteteen ..f ' ' ' X95 A 'N' N51 'X , . ,,. V, . A . - Nix -Xu .Lui 5 W 'XE 1. Fl T! :, ? s 7359? fri E F iii 'zwliqm , gjrib' -, -P 42p '57 g,k,:y.. Af, 1. . fkf' . .fi -- -T-' I. E-.1....,4 1. V4.4 5.3 'ggi-.gl 22 N1 N Lf-.mb ?--A Yam 's-45? 1? X3 -..Y , -Af. 1-,'Af-QQQL I SK Y fi? 1.. gag., , 22, L.. PM ,. 2 . .fy K4 44:2 E-Jak.. if , ,xj,4, K'-. .J 1' 'la , gf 11, QL..-XRll:.Rl.N BUARD F A f . K! mx iU55 I K V , A,.: Q . ,LC ff-XM ,v, 1.1. :,'-1,4.g.:,, .-1 - N ,qv 'f,.-' P DAEZFEME A' Stats Qlnllege Qmxartrrlg BOARD OF EDITORS Editor-in-Chief IWARJQRIE SIBLEY, '23 Assistant Editors f, GLADYS HAYNER, '23 EVELYN DUTCHER, '24 AGNES SMITH, '23 AILEEN WALLACE, '24 RUTH Moomz, '25 . Business Manager - ANNIE OLSON, '24 3 Advertising Managers I IERVA LITTELL, '23 VVILHELMINA WESTBROOK, '25 ' Faculty Adviser DR. THOMPSON One Hundred Twenty-one I ' '.-' "'V - 1 rw .7 I l Qi Z X fy Q11 "ZZ A51 V f K if 9 'N 'N 5. N m Q. 'Q fm Q -1 Z n - fm Q D STATE COLLEGE NEWS BOARD .-.. 1 " S! ,lla ,Q . .QW 1 ff qxkjx 1- X we N '- Q 22 my f Q, 1,5 3? L- -1 4-' ' . 4-in 1 f J ix 2 fix N X. 7' . E . 5 ' f ,5 , ffkxfrf I-if,.u,9:1 :I - Ig..-3 I,. ,vm , -,..., . ? P DAED154-if ' .1.:.Jm.g. .,,,s., :,.v.h. 311233233 J I 'i sr- ..I. f'.i?fa-24,2 92552, ffl ZX 'Cfi' ' ? I in 2-in Eg: It State Cllnllegv rms REI ' its ' BOARD OF EDITORS , ' ifqais' lg Editor-tu-Ctttfff Mamtgmg Editor ROBERT C. R. MACFAIQLANE, '23 VERA NOLAN, '23 sit Business Manager Subscription Manager , GRACE Fox, '23 EIRA WILLIAMS, '23 ' I I Y Assistant Subscription Manager , RUTII TEFFT, '23 "' Assistant Business Managers ' EDITH SANDERS, '23 ANNIE H. OLSON, '24 r I 1 A Associate Editors . DOROTHY DANGREMOND, '23 DORIS BUTLER, '23 X 9 DoRoT1-Iv BENNIT, 24 ' Reporters MARGERY BAYLESS, '24 AGNES NOLAN, '24 MILDRED KUHN, '24 HELEN ORR, '24 N MURIEL WEBER, '25 I One Hundred Twenty-three ' ' -,t.T 1 .,.. " "" f -A A L' 43155:-f :E'1'4' I ' - 1 A - 5,-. fx! I5'ff'fZ'?T' 'zu JQL DQ,. N. N, gk' fu'l. ? 5 59 A , E , bs EN x 7 S x 1 M L 1 f .- I I v 1 X fy- N-gf ' fx V 'E x s. R. fx R. '-Q Q7 C '4 I X., ,,.-.-.- Aijmuvvg- . . 3 x.., , A V 0 - N-Jxsf' Nykk-4i: 'ix"'Nxgx.S.. " V x ...4-7' 14" I 1 . ff? I"NAi f DRANL-YIKIC AND ART COUNCIL 55N- . 4, ..-QU. ,. ,1-- ,.ff 5' - 'X-N.:-f fzfpg ' X-CNR. fj X xJ 3 W-rw L!! ff? 3, 4, ,1 .:' 55133 3 , 531, 1' 1 .1 ff -1 ig Mxf-Q. , i Q .22 X La? .Nl .fx -W., -- .E 5- Auf: X, ,i A, K . ii 1 Q ,Q-.,.,::':Q7 'wa My N 1 , x4l:1'fY T,-31.2 ,X ra 'Q ,f ,I ix' i"', N.1, 5 X EI Y W3 151453 EQ Vxlg m ?xVWl +R 9 K-K Qvqi 5,21 , f- f 1' ,V f a M ,1 J' -v K 5 1 , .t,., i, ,A.. N H . x mv , 5' F DNEIJEJ-LE as L Eramatir anh Art Azanriaiinn Founded 1919 QA COUNCIL MEMBERS iii -f 5 'V Faculty Members ll ABRAM R. BRUBACI-IER, Honorary Member AGNES E. FUTTERER EUNICE A. PERINE Undergraduates ti DOROTHY V. BENNIT, '24 . . . . President LAURA G. EBELL, '23 . . . . Secretary MARGERY L. BAYLESS, '24 ..... Treasurer ETHEL M. CUMMINGS, '23 E. VVILHELMINA WEsTB1zooK, '25 f HELEN B. 1f1RTLAND, '25 State College Dramatic and Art Association is a charter member of the Intercollegiate Dramatics Association Q192lj, and of the American, Federation of Arts C1921j. I Q Association Pregrant 1922-1923 v. Illustrated Lecture-Art and Industry ---- Gerrit Beniger Q Three One-Act Plays-'Op-o'-Me-Thumb, Miss Tassey, The Maker of Dreams Recital ---------- , - Ruth Draper 5. VVater Color Exhibit Philadelphia Art Club Lecture - - - 'Kenneth Macgowan One Hundred Twenty-fizfe t s . . , v .,.-,. -,,-..- l, . . X PEDFJEZIEHE ' 11,11 A 'v ' 1 .:, a. MJ" ' '-ww -.r ,-,M u 9' -,. '!H "'g Om' Hundrvd 7"wv11ly-six .1 Ev-I-bw? l.. ,!..,zA, K li- ' if I X 114 rv... . B294 t ' 'V N 5: i':-Lil.,- "" flhe tuhrni Enarh nf Hinunre A 1 Established 1919 OWS Prof. A. A. WALKER . . . Chairman Prof. C. A. HIDLEY . . Treasurer EVELYN T. DUTCHER . . A . . Secretary 1923 1924 RUTH KIMMEY ELLEN J. SHEEHAN ' AGNES ScoTT SMITH EVELYN T. DUTCI-IER 1925 HARRY RUDE i . One Iramdrcd Twenty-sewn 53 ' A A A. . 2'11 . .... A ,I . S-T, EZ no NEWXIAN CLUB P DAEIFEME 'Q Newman Qlluh ' Organised 1917i Ojicers Rev. JOSEPH A. DUNNEY .... Spiritual Director ELIZABETH B. CAREY . . . President CATHERINE B. HANLEY . . Vice-President MARY O,HARE . . ' . Secretary MARTHA Doonv . . Treasurer IWARY DRISCOLL . . . . Reporter AGNES E. NOLAN . . . Quarterly Representative Council A Senior' Juniors Caroline M. Berberick Marjorie Sinnott Sophomore Alice Daly Mary E. Morrissey Elizabeth M. Gibbons Catherine Hall Elizabeth McManus Agnes E. Nolan Advisory Board A Rev. Joseph A. Dunn'ey Jane E. Kerley . Mrs. Michael D. Reilly Elizabeth B. Carey Catherine B. Hanley One Hundred Twenty-nine -3 ,,.,.. V ' N ' ' 1 1' 9 N ,x xjfx 'I fy :M . Q E. ' 5 Q. 'I I f E0 5 X WP! Q, S B1 'H ' Fil U2 ZH Z xx gm X. NN. C,. A. LAI I' .ak 9 1' wf K XX , . 1? flu P 12' SEQ YQ , . g .gif-QQ--w"W .NC ., ix P3 2-2 is 2, A xyi' f,f'g,LQ: v -.3 ,.. ..,, - , H .ij 5' 2x '1 gl iff' ?f 15 57" ,gl la J ij 11.43 I-X xii ' iq - F -"""51T' ' ' -Q51..Q...2g-gf, v- 1 1 lg ,yr ,g1.,fk,, gf , LZM4, V mga Lb Q 5 1 4,-:V 4L'11' 'E" A , .r A ' N ,,,., 'A a .nav - i , H. IM. GI. A. V Organized 1904 'ii S Ojic ers RUTH M. KIM MEY . . . . President DOROTHY DANGREMONII Vice-President DORIS R. KEEP . . Treasurer MAY B. WOOD . . . . T . Secretary VICTORIA PETERSON . Undergraduate Representative ELLA CHASE . . Asst. Undergraduate Representative I-,E Coininittee Chairmen EVELYN DUTCHER .... . Bible Study HELEN LEARY . . . . Bazaar ELIZABETH RENNER Conferences and Conventions ELINOR BUELL . ..... House MARGARET CUSHMAN Missionary IMARJORIE BLYTHE . Music DOROTHY BENNIT . . . Publicity PEARL KNIPE . Religious Meetings LAURA EBELL . ' . . Social ERVA LITTELL . . . Social Service Advisory Board Miss Anna E. Pierce, Chairinan Miss Catherine Arnold Miss Minnie Scotland Mrs. Edward Cameron Mrs. Jesse F. Stinard Miss Mary E. Cobb Mrs. Adam A. Walker Mrs. Calvin H. French Miss Edith Wallace One Hundred Thirty-one s v . .- . ,.,-,.- .. L, , P DAEII1IMEi::fx Stuhent Hnlunteern Organised 1920-1921 " Not to be ministered unto, but to minister " Ojicvrs A. Vrcronm PETERSON . . . . Leader . .S'evn'tarv ARK GRACI QONKDO JIWUSWH M ' 2 'z N . . . in ' M0111-bt7V.Y Grace E. Fox, '23 Ruth M. Kimmey, '23 A. Victoria Peterson, '23 Om' lluudrva' Tlzirly-Iwo Pauline Cross, ' 1i'iS2QSglf Mary Grace Congdon, '24 Margaret Cushman, '24 Margaret Benjamin, '26 26 -Q, J' P DAEIJII-HE Q x MABELL12 JOCIIUMSIEN MURIEL DAGLETT MARION lVIrLL12R . RUTH MINER . ELIZABETH I-looses . Dr. CRIEIGHTON . Margery Bayless Helen Becker Frances Bushnell Helen Cornell Dorothy Davidson Joyce Dwyer Muriel Daggett Lillian Farlow Elizabeth Hodges i Mabelle jochumsen Jane Mcliennan Marion Miller Ruth Miner Elnah Krieg Rita Cowan Glemtvrhurg Qlluh Organised 1917-1918 Ojivvrs Members . .v.41,.-... . ' ...' '. , . . President Vzre-President . .Sec rc? ta-ry . Treasurer .Rc . . . A Helen Elliott Eleanor Plum Sarah Petherbridge Enith johnson Nellie Maxim Alice Spenser Marion Shrader- Katherine Sauter 'Ellen Sheehan Pauline VVilcox Mary VVright Irene Yorton Dr. Creighton Mrs. Rogers Theodore Cassavant Om' Hundr A i 'x ' porter dwscr vd Thirty-tlzrcr' , PEDAEIIE4-V15 'Q " Er.1zAn12T11 RENNER DOROTHY RENNIT NELLIE AIAXIM E1.1zAn1zT11 GIBBONS Miss Loran One Hundred Thirty-four 3Hrenrh Glluh Ojicers President . . Vice-President Serretrzry and Treasurer Faeully Members Miss M.-xRT1NEz r ,ee Reporter fzifrf P DAEIJEHE Q e x .ii . ' '.'.15' lf.. -'- ' Spanish Glluh Ojicers LAURA EBELL .... . . President GLENNON EASNAN . . . . Vive-President MARTIIA Doom' . . . Secretary VIRGlNlfK CONARO . . . . Treasurer GRACE ARoNoxv11'z .' . . . Reporter Farulfy Members Prof. J. F. STINARIJ Mary Allen Lucy Bertsch Bebe Hluestein jacob Braun Lois Clark Pearl Cohen Susan Collier Sara Dranitzse Lillian Ersliler Kathleen Furman Miles Haight Members Catherine Hodges Elizabeth Hodges joy Kling Gertrude Lynch Miss MAliTINl'IZ Nellie Maxim Elizabeth Nagle Margaret 0'I-learn Edith Osborne Anna Pulling Mary Raff Anna Raynor .Ethel Rusk Kathryn Shipman Louise XVard Eleanor Wfilson May Burt Wood Gladys Van Vranlcen Mary Vedder One Hundred Thirty-five ..,, -.xv F31 "NLT .,,, 1... , ., . Q' P DAEHEME v Mnliiiral Srirnrr Olluh Foundvd 1919 Ojircrs LAURA EBELL . . .... President ESTHER Amos . . . Vin'-President ELIZABETH BUDD . Svrond Vice-President IWARY VVEISS . . Svrrvlary-Treasurer MILDRED CORNELL ....... Reporter Faculty Members Dean HORNER Doctor RICHARDSON Professor HIDLEY Professor KIRTLAND Professor XVALKER Om' Hundrvd Tluirly-six . -.-- ,- , - .. - . , , ,I N. .-TH., l,.,,-, . ,- V- np.-.1-1 .5.,1.1.,y r-1: . 'X - P Dnizznznf .v,, V Qig- State Qlnllvgv Qbrrhrntra lfirsf Violins Mandolins GRACE ARONOWITZ ,ADELAIDE SOHNS .ETIIEL I-'ERSR PERCY BRIGGS Svcond Violins STEPHEN MERR1'rT FLORENCE GILLET1' FLORENCE DORSEY EDNA LAYTON DOROTIIX' 1'IOYT ELEANOR GIFFIN ALENE XVALLACE ISABEL XYA1.LAcE RUTH ELLIS REULAII ECKERSON , I Bvlls C0110 BEULAH ECKERSON RUTH JOHNSON Tronzbonc Sa.,-0f,1w,,g JOHN I'IAYES JAMES ANDERSON 1711110 Piano EDWIN CRANE IDOROTIIY DANOREMOND 132.3 One Hundred Ihntx scorn WJ X v S5 N. N. E- 51. Q b -4. 'e I Q. b -. MUSIC ASSOC! ATION GEM HHH 3 W . 3 5' . - , , , , v- , ., 1. S-I, - 4 NV . K--..,.:i-.wil -iv., . .FA-.,,g-149. . ...V M., vii ' -f-- . ' . ' ,. P DAEZIFIILIE ef fIlHuzir Azanriatinn Founded 1921 MUSIC COUNCIL Faculty Members Dr. l'lAROLD 'W. THOMPSON T. l"RElJIiRlCK H. CANDLYN Undergraduates DOROTHY I. DANORMTONO, '23 . . . President MARJORIE BLYTHE, '23 . . . . Secretary 1X'lARGERY L. IZAYLESS, '24 .... Treasurer AGNIZS SCOTT SMITH, '23 MARY L. WIEISS, '24 Assodatriazz Program 1922-1923 Christmas Carol Sing . Letz String Quartet . Concert by College Chorus New York Trio . . Reading .... Concert by College Chorus f:.i1lQ2gg,2ff A December 20, 1922 . January 13, 1923 February 23, 1923 . March 10, 1923 . John Lomax May 11, 1923 One Hundred Thirty-nine GLADYS LODGE MAIQY G. Smrrl Qlhmuintrg Glluh Ojicers DoRoT1E1Y W ESTERM AN . FREnER1c Sco'rT MABEL S'rEvENs MARX' KONCELIK Prof. KENNEDY . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Librarian . Reporter . C0lUl'!'il0f P DAEUEME 'Q Elizabeth Bach Emily Belding Margaret Betz Ethel Bisland Marjorie Blythe Hermeone Brabb Prof. Bronson Serena Butts john Cassavant Sophia Cohen Muriel Daggett Frances DuBois Bertha Dueschner Joyce Dwyer Harvey Fenner Marcella Fox Eleanor Fraser Eleanor Giffen One Hundred Forly Members Hildred Haynes Wilhelmina Heinemann Clarence Holcombe Queene Homan Herbert Hornung Dorothy johnson Gwendolyn jones Prof. Kennedy Mary Koncelik Gladys Lodge Robert MacFarlane Ethel Mead Martha Mustiane Alice Petith l-lenrietta Plusch Florence Preihs Donald Pugh Oliver Putnam Marion Record Harriet Ritzer Harry Rude Frederick Scott Ellen Sheehan Mabel Smith Mary Smith Mildred Smith Elmer Stahlman Mabel Stevens Dorothy Taylor Ethel Tenney Edith Van Denburgh Jessie WVayman Dorothy XVesterman Madge VVilson Mary W'right 7 .:-lg. Q nf: 5153: 2'HJ..l5'3' f 1 - 41, R ,525 t , i. I 1, 'S' :qc P DAEIJIILAE or -ox lilnaeph Ernrg Srnririg Officers MARY SMITH . . . . Preszdent OLIVER PUTNAM . Vice-Preszdent PAULINE GEORGE . . . Secretary PAULINE W1Lcox . Treasurer ROBERT MACFARLANE . . Reporter Dr. HALE . , , . Faculty Adfzver Members Martha Bayley Ralph Beaver Margaret Betz john Cassavant Charles Cole I-lelen Conklin Pauline George Sady Greenwald Eleanor Giffen Llewellyna Gill Hildred Haynes Lucy Hunter Josephine Kent Mildred Kuhn Robert MacFarlane Alice Petith Cliver Putnam Frederick Scott Mary Smith Marion Van Buren Pauline Wilcox Dorothy W'esterman Dorothy Hoyt Faculty Members Prof. I-TALE Doctor POWER Miss Rowuzv Ona Hundred Forly-one PEDAEIJEJ-lf 'Q illlathematira Qlluh FOIHllll'd 1913 Ojirvrs Mixizjoiue BLYTHE . . . GLADYS 1rl.ixYNrcR . Loulsic 5.l,xNw.'xuixo . . Blixajoluic hlA'l'llliWSUN . . Professor lllnclilixouczii . . . l'rofessor l-lnu Dr. Coxwicu. Ralph Beaver Martha Hayley Marjorie Blythe Dora Boyce Elizabeth Rudd Marion Cline Virginia Conaro Helen Conklin Dorothy Coon Helen Craig Elmina Currie Margaret Cushman Dorothy Dangremond Ont' Ilundrvd Forty-Iwo liaculfy lllvmbcrs 'inaxouun Miss CUSIIING Dr. DE PORTE Members Agnes Flint Grace Fox Pauline George Harriet Hall Gladys l-laynei Viola Holmes Mildred Johnson Ida Kavenius Edith Kelly Helen Leach Eleanor Maderer Louise Manwaring Marjorie Nlathewson tfiazz. ' . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer 1'tlt'IlIf'V flclrisvr Grace Gstrander Eleanor Plum Roniaine Porr Oliver Putnam Edward Sherley Laura Shufelt Mildred Smith Marion Van Buren Marilla Van Gelder Dorothy Wfesterman Clara ll. 'Whitcomh Pauline XVilcox Lea XVolinsky P DAEIJEHE 1 Gllawziral Glluh Founded 1923 Honorary Members Dr. ABRAA1 R. I-3RU1sAC11ER DR. LEONARD W. R1c'11AR11soN 12111111 WA1.1.AcE Lx'1J1A j-O11NsON . Ojicors MlI.IDRED IQUIIN . . . First Consul CIIARLINE CLARK . Second Consul GLENNON EASMAN . . . Scriptofr VVlI.IIEI.MINA WESTRROOK Qnaestor NIABELLIZ JQOCIIUMSEN . Nnntnzs Hump Ernnnmiua Qllnh Fonndvd May, 1922 1215112 LEONARD . . . . . President HELEN MOORE . Vice-President DORIS E. JOHNSON . . Secretary ESTHER E1.DR111c:E . Treasurer LOUISE WELC11 ' Marshals NIARIE BURGIN l GRACE MCGUIRE JANE MCKENNAN MARGARET CLEVEL IWISS STEELE . AND Senior Editor . Junior Editor . Reporter Faculty Adviser undrfd Forty-ll1 ree N.3'U'fP NJ 91 54. lj' QQ 3 buff' 'H . n N 42-, ' 'li nk' J JI 5 I: x.f. 'Q Q3 efiwih if , A ... MDE , f--' 51 N5 is 3.125 C 3 " e ,f W 5f""Sxg,,,f-M.f1fX .Q 1 i,- 5, . N. ,q I A -i 1 . X IA ?'- "'-" 'B 'M U " 4 - 1 Meta Zeta 186 Western Avenue Founded. 1916 Ifarulty Members - Lili. Miss THOMPSON Miss MALCOMH Mrs. IQIMBALL 1 Ojieers . ALICE HOLMES ..... President HELEN FINLEY . . . . Vice-President BLANCHE BAKER . . . Recording Secretary RUTH B1sER . . . Corresponding Secretary BERTHA DEURSCHNER . . . Treasurer MARGUERITE YOUNG . . . Chaplain MADGE LINDT . . . . . Reporter HTELEN CONKLIN . . . . Stewardess M em bers Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Bertha Deurschner Claire Parsons I' Helen Finley Helen Shepherdson Alice Holmes I Jessie Silvernail '5- Mildred Johnson Marion Van Buren - T Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four Helen Conklin Genevieve Page Madge Lindt Marguerite Young Nineteen Hundred Twenty-fi've Blanche Baker Dorothy Haight Ruth Biser Orma Harding 1 Ruth Bussey B Doris Magee ' Romona Downer Doris Redick I Blanche Tyrrell One Hundred Forty-Eve 52 ' .. .... ...,. .... O , ....i. . t ...O .,... , ..s. ...t.. t .1.. l . s .,i,. .. ..,i . .is., L i ze -:.' il? , , .gn- fffxxvfv Xfd' 'J J' ng' K If a I !x ,I 1 Q1 x E23 X IJ F- ' X gs lui'-" U3 4 iw ue Q5 N l NEWMAN HOUSE Xxx 5 xx Y? 5 1'P"1i 1 IA M J if fi' GTZ V 425 H95 sf XS-m r7552jiq ffm 25 -' i' A--27.5 si ai I: i'xI3'l Lf... ..4h3x:'.5, .nt 'ffg?'i' "-K--:-9. iz ,US E1 will LQ xx, 1--Y, ---,'-x4h'.1 .EN A .:3Y,,3 f1LQf'4ZL 53 25 tsl 'N 1 rj ' ,Q 31:14-,.,. F71 F ,QQ ,f hx FR 190 2 'wif ELIZABETH GIBBONS MARTHA Doonv .. MARIE MILLET CATHERINE HALI. MARY MORRISEX'. MARY Dmscou. . Newman 15111152 741 Madison Aoenne Founded 1922 Ojicers . President . Secretary . Treasurer . Vive-Treasurer ' . Critic Reporter Members P DAEIJEJ-l of Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four Martha Doody Elizabeth Gibbons Catherine Hall Ninetee Mary Driscoll Eleanor Fitz Gerald justina Leyden Eleanor Callory Margaret Flarmigan Marie Gentner Johanna Grady Agnes Lee Rita Mackey Marie Millet Agnes Murray 71 Hnndred Twenty-foe E Nineteen ' Margaret Lynch Mary Morrisey sther St. Denis Hundred l"wenty-six Gertrude Lynch Margaret Martin Vivian McGrath Helen Millet Catherine O'Leary Thelma Valente . One llnndred Forty-seven "'f'f.'F,lfi: G , , ' ..-.Q , , . xi: X fff 1, 1 i J, , , N" X 4, ! P, L V 2. x : .. 1- A . N x N .l -,Q :, 'K Q. 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Nineteen Hundred Twenty-six Thyra Be Vier' Eileen Hnrlbut tj Elma Bird Anna Raynor Marion Chesebrough Isabel Wallace Elizabeth Falk Eleanor Wilson . Adelaide Grueschow jeanetta VX-'right Special Frances Kellert One Hundred Forty-nine 'W 381' '2 7 A , .J,,,, ,,,A X 4 ff! V GX? "Y" HOUSE N , X531 24 El' ' 'Q' klzfg , J 'sl I wif, y, Ev? IU! X. gi 1. ff: ,fi 4 -Hi: 1 NRS Fey.-N .. ,isflfj f?1K1w':. .IEA I-, x X4 " I z 12 -C fgzfgg 5 X - xw fl N.-. .III , J11 A L :J ti xill, - Vx WWEN 1 Q Xgjr -- ,F K .. - g ---. s Q2 A Nf.: K' .W-. 71 - 1-,A .f I I ..L.g,,:r P! ii x if "l.3,4J'x-- W fl' " "ff'5?li-:LH 2,12 4 A -'--'sL5kQff1fl1 N . 'Q Q35 Hi . -. V3 ,f K +"1g.-'IJ-D X .544 YM QSM rg fu?-QS? .W . U, F DAEIJEUE C -IRQ . ' ,V xr if 9 "H 13111152 747 Madison Avenue Founded 1918 Ojieers ELINOR BUELL . . . President ' BEATRICE HASWELL Vice-President NELLIE MAXIM . Secretary IDA KAVENIUS . . Treasurer VERNA CARTER . . Reporter CNIARY ALLEN . . . . Critic . Members Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Mary Allen Dorothy Dangremond Elinor Buell Laura Ebell Virginia Conaro Beatrice Haswell Ida Kavenius Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four Joy Kling Nellie Maxim Nineteen Hundred Twenty-foe - Verna Carter .lacquelyn Munroe Frances DuBois Esther Sherman ' Muriel XVeber Nineteen Hundred Twenty-six Caroline Coleman Merle Herkstroter Helen Eliott Gladys Reynolds Doris Youngs One Hundred Fifty-um' F DAED5-ME ,va I 'vii v ., 'lit Ill:-4124: G E YL. 551.4 Om' I-lundrvd Fifty-Iwo 5 fi N ,J ,K .", qi? n- -,5?jjj.f5Q'fgEg-25-igfglzQQ,-E'A1:i.1-51'..:.1: tiff. I ,.-4 x Th 'if xx . 'x "N f N' JL X 1. qufm 'E 11 in " 'ai hltvrjn 1 ' 'JA If ...-' .ai'z'f"lf 2 A -f -YJ X ,ffw 1 ',.J.. "f.lt-Sap HH -H12 6 L HQJQVQ 4 :If 5 I r . ,bt n 4-.:ff37s", 'US' 'li ll Y Nw' f :., R Yu, .VS1 4 x-vi 451.35 4 ah 1. iff' YK, 'ry-. .fx Z, " 4.1: barn ' -4. 1' o.f..,a. -.1. I Q' I7 v j""e . my-1',' ' TW' LTV . J' 'I I ,su 1 L 1. 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Svnrirtiru MYSKANIA GMIGRGN NU DELTA OMEGA ETAIPHI PSI GAMMA CHI SIGMA THETA' ETA EPSILGN PHI GAMMA KAPPA PHI A MJAA KAPPA DELTA RHG SIGMA NU KAPPA One Hundred Fifiy-fiv I ' 'G IIIII FEDMUHHS Q Om' lluudrvd lfifly-.vi.1' Xb g?-' ' M ' :,J.- ,awp fl e P Dmnauf viii. fiiffa-QE? r 1 f I .J ' 1 J illlgnkania Founded 1917 i Myskania, organized in 1917, is an honorary body composed of Seniors who have led in scholarship, literary effort, debate, draniatics, athletics, and all ,5 undergraduate activities. Members I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Caroline Matilda Berberick Robert C. R. MacFarlane Dorothy Irene Dangremond Vera Nolan Grace Eleanor Fox Elizabeth Louise Renner Gladys Lena Hayner Ethel Fowler Rusk Helen Brooks Leary Agnes Scott Smith May Burt VVood One Hundred Fifty-seven J I Y I r J ., , ' '-gacfeigv ' " ' "1:::.zf.3 --'S'f"?'?'f'5:1F4:f1'5fa:.1:'' f:':.if.v-Sf'-.-Lf!-::.g, 1 ' ' ' M e955.,-:f4.,i5:.-.-,- Q :'::fazi31.2g,i.' i ' 93552-" .,, ' ...V ,. 5:22275 4 ' kiwi 9-f':.'-I-"Alf gz.-:va I iii? ,515 SSE gf cg:5 H 411: .f l ..,.,. 5.,,,f. 15,133 ' 'i:'f:1S:- i :gli-t'.i y 2:53:31 .. -1-.W can l:::g'l 231525 in vi. E259 5:5 T fl' ,,. 1- ,N ,.. ... .L --J :- L .Q izf. ae L. PPS. cg: 'ii'll:.-C' aqzij . ftiix' ii oh-x 43. 55932 5.-, ,gif Riff ag: 5, . ui' f l E. f x 1 F 'i. .'.vQi ': fl fi'E: i 4 iii? 45: Hg: vc 1, A,- PED!-maui W J fiS2,z.f I KA f 1 anim, 1 v'-I'X m Ti-ff 5-ilfai 'Tj 7111 Iii i 'vfffljii t 1 T . -, 1. i-' ..g -f :.w G., 29,4 P DAEUEME of i x O Gbmirrnni Nu Beta Clzafter Established at State College 1913 Organized at State College 1913, it is the purpose of Omicron Nh to stimulate scholarship and promote leadership 'among the students of Home Economics. It is an honorary society, and only juniors and Seniors who have attained high scholarship in this Held of workare eligible for membership. Members Nineteen Hundred Twenty three In Facultate Cora N Steele Florence D Frear A May Flllmgham Undergraduates MARTHA GEYER ,NIUSTAINE GRACE V MAGUIRE DOROTHY BAKER A VICTORIA PETERSON MARGARET H LL1:xELAN1J 5' 1823 Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Reporter Junzor Member One Hundfed Fzfti nine - rg, -1:3 r . . . ' , , 1 if '1:':' . 'S L a . . ' . V LII. ' , ' '- -' " :-,r:.:1f-'--'-zwzf,-g'A:-1-'-1r4afs.1:::::s:1:-'--A ' - - 'Lliizff-1'-"" ' " , - -- 2 ::,,-,-3-, - - -4 :M rm: ,. .1 -., .f V N , H .-X I l 1 A3:-,51i55,.,:-.- A , .V -rgn:-A. , V, - ,I :El i ,.. ., A .,:.L-Lip I g :H..,., . ,Wir ,XM-,UQVZZ-,. As.---Lea-. , Y .. 1, .. . ,:?,,. , '-.t-'a.e,.af- . 7 3 2 ,T 'EES X DELTA OMEGA ,:, J I' Q Wi . Q - - , 1 f 435153 mx j x x WEE 45-' 3 2-1...,,:,.', .L I Q, wwf' "fi,'jiSg ,Au , .I fi. v f' 1 , , 3 9 J "1-' "' '," .6 ' if . 1 ,' ,fl I Iixgx, , - I X il Brita ibmega Founded 1890 In Iiaenltatc Dr. Leonard VVOods Richardson Anne L. Cushing Elizabeth Shaver Eunice Perine Agnes Futterer Charlotte Loeb Edith O. Vklallace Candidate for the Masterir Degree Margaret MacLean Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Elizabeth Budd Marjorie Matthewson Millicent Burhans Elizabeth Renner Laura Ebell Marjorie Smith - Agnes Truax Nineteen Hundred Tzcwzty-four Emily Belding Madeline Hohl Margaret Cleveland Doris Johnson Muriel Daggett Harriet Ritzer Marion Farrell Mabel Stevens VVilhelmina Heinemann Gladys Weaver Edith Van Denberg Nineteen Hundred Twenty-ive Florence Craddock Ruth Moore u Dorothea Deitz Marion Schrader Helen Means Mary Vedder One Hundred Sixty-une i' t 1 P 'J , fi xr. HE" ' 1" K ,A L x w-' 1' . 1,4 j f ff 11 I! U, , 5 'C' PH U x3 RQ . ws R fl 'I be F4 I X 'Wx I X, X C5 I 1 XX3 .15 f. 'X I , w v E H 9 v 1 1 M lf'-.33 C-S I Q Xi Fx A' xg. 'N'., I ,vjff 312 E " "Q, - FJ!VY4!,,, ff RXN Tl,-,MmN,,,ffif3M' ,-X I V X x '-1. il.. -. V4 n f X l:lfXPIll 2 ' ' , 8 UNK ,AN4 -44. .-., 15.3, .-M... i . F DAEISFEHE .:y.,,- l Eta ighi Founded 1896 In Facultafe Mrs. Harry Birchenough Mrs. T. F. H. Candlyn Mrs. Harry XV. Hastings Miss Hazel Hengge Mrs. Harold XV. Th Members N'inf'fc'c'11 Hundred Tzu Florence Dorsey Gladys Hayner Viola Holmes Nilictvmz Hmzdrcd Tw Margaret Eaton Jane Mcliennan Ninvffmz Hundred Tu Harriet Barrus Gertrude Coleman Mildred Hammersley Mrs. Harlan H. Horner Mrs. Adna VV. Risley Mrs. John M. Sayles Mrs. F. Stinard ompson 'cnty-tlwee Ethel Rusk Marjorie Sibley Eira VVillian1s only-four Aileen Wfallace Mary Wfright 'cnty-jive Helen Kirtland Florence Leeming Jacqueline Munroe O nz' Hundrrd Sixly-tlzrev x, f J J T. N 'EZS "QNX ,.-"J-' DSX. ' ' ,k" ' K APPA DIL LT,-X Q 'xY.:xX-X I' Q X 1.7 : fs lf QV: 5 ii? 1,1 4 yan :JAX . - 1- aux ff 1-A ' ffaxb I- at 1 , ,tu 5 x Q 5,1 X -1 .N A fi ij' IL,-'1' .Q,-"LHS c , 'fi' Q31 , . -2535. .K ,.,-.QuZki ' 111 ' ,197 ,,j-K,,' kjfy. xt xxx Ar' tba ffif' . ,, - -N4 E4 S-tx 1 Y' I a ' 'f 11-1,11 zu., 7 ' -- Q r-K X Q , J Qi up-f-NJ x 1 ., f il '- J., 4 Q--,-L. x,A,.,3gn:,,- k',-,.f,iLx 'TJLHGQAMLQ-x V, .4 V LV, V TT Q Q x -,, . f' K RQ Q 'vi N V gp .HM zfnfil Xm-,Qf'1.'w Q-:rf F DAEIIEME N' Kappa Brita Founded 1897 In Facultate Dr and Mrs Clarence F. Hale Dr. and Mrs Carlton II Power Mr and Mrs. Richmond H. Kirtland Mr. and Mrs. George M York Anna E. Pierce Mary E. Cobb Martha S. Stuart ' Members . .' Nineteen Hundred Twcizty-Ilzlree Dorothy Baker Martha D. Bayley Winifred Dunn Pauline L. George Delia A. Hadsell Nincivv Isabelle Appleton Margery L. Bayless Llewellyna J. Gill ll Ifltlllllffd Tit Helen B. Leary Erva E. Littell Victoria Peterson Katherine L. Sauter Mildred N. Smith 'vnty-four Marion G. Miller Catharine E. Russell Marilla H. Van Gelder Nineteen H1r11a'rc'd Tzuciity-five Mary R. Bull ' Mildred E. Eve Ella L. Chace May M. Lewis Margaret Demarest Elizabeth H. Macqucen Gladys L. Mersereau be One llundrrd Sixly-five LJ . O '- Y , A E pw , ziiffi J 5 wgfiif, Z YH ,I .,,1.,M.V f 3 , H Q34 tn PSI CANINLX . if 'N 4 yr V: 'Q' WE .- E 27 . .f 4 Y ff D' T Wifi- -4- r Ji w 3 1552251 vi .Q -1 ,J Eg, Wyr- F 8' :gran 1 M. HEI Gamma Founded 1898 In facnltate Dr Caroline Croasdale Mrs. Winfred C. Decl'er Florence D. Frear Members Helen Phillips Minnie Scotland Mrs. Adam A. Wall'er Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Glennon L. Easnian Queene M. Homan Clarissa A. Huyck Mabelle jochumsen Gladys Lodge Elsie C. Leonard Grace V. Maguire Kathryn Shipman Ruth E. TelTt May B. Wfood Nineteen Hundred Twenty-fonr Dorothy V. Bennit Ruth Ellis Dorothy L. Jones Elieabeth D. Nagle Edna B. Shafer K.. Elizabeth Stroup Nineteen Hundred Twenty-fI'zfe . Hermione Brabb Beulah L. 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F DAEZFE4-If Q M x . - . Glhi Sigma Efhrta Alpha Chapter Founded 1908 In Iiaeultale Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Deyo Mr. and Mrs. Amedee Simonin Mr.- and Mrs. j. A. Mahar Members Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Caroline Berberick Catherine B. Hanley Frances Flannery Dora O'Shaughnessy Marjorie Sinnott Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four Helena Borsick Elizabeth McManus Ada Busse Mary Maher Martha Doody Marie F. Millett Dorothy Keeler Agnes E. Nolan Veronica O'Brien Nineteen Hundred Twenty-five , Eloise Brownell Mary E. Morrisey " Alice T. Daly M. Elizabeth Murray jean Dardess Dorothy Veronica Noone . Margaret Lynch Mary P. O'Hare 7 Margaret McGeeney Louise Welch - One Hundred Sixty-nine fin I . .4-NX Lb-Lyfbd' ' if 1, 1 X 3. Ii A H2 K ' .f ya :L y, ESB ,ffig so P4 s I 12 , ,,-.. ,.' ' 1 ,,...... , f..-Q,-g , I 2, ' YV . 3 . , 'Pi , , . - 1 , F 1 ,fs L. ALP! 1A EPSILON PHI 5 n I 4 I f IS e il 5:6 x 4 .1 J' 1 "j ,s, .- V f ,, 1 :self F DAEIJIZME 'Q - :!L.""" ""'... P Um N' ,,,. .,.,... ,,?g NA' Q-:E AQAW E'-P'l!XO'N" OI Alpha Epmlnn Mhz Eta Chapter W Founded 1917 National Honorary Mrs. Enoch Rauh, Pittsburg, Pa. S ini iiini Local Honornries Mrs. Samuel Caplan Louise Goldberg Members Nineteen Hundred Tzuenty-three Rose Hershberg Edith Sanders Anne Nachman Lea Wolinsky Fannie Tepper Rose Yaguda Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four V Sophie M. Cohen Lillian Ershler Sarah Shoenberg' p Nineteen Hundred Twenty-jive Sophie Kleinberg Gertrude Krieger 3' Ruth Louber 4 ,I One Hundred .Seventy-one 1 v Q'-Q A . NIA KAPPA PHI ,'. LA, .,. inf P DAEIJEJ-lf li Gamma Kappa 1511i Founded 1920 In Faeultate Miss Blanche Avery Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hidlev Professor Barnard S. Bronson Miss Francisca Martinez Miss Hazel A. Rowley Members Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three Katherine Brown Marion Cline Susan Collier Ethel Cummings Elmina Currie N ine Mildred Cornell Helen Forbes Eleanor Giflin Mary Koncelik Eleanor Maderer Marion Rose Mary Smith Hilda Telft teen Hundred Twenty-four Mildred Kuhn Grace Ostrander Dorothy Western Nineteen Hundred Twenty-five 13.11 Ethelyn Bloom Mildred Currie Ruth Calkins Aileen Gage Marion Cooke Edith Leek Mary Cornell Marjorie Livingston Katherine Woodward One Hundred Seventy three 1923- S-I Z A,.W w SIGMA NU KAPPA F' DAEDIIJ-if 'Q 4 Sigma Nu Kappa Founded 1910 In Farullatc Dr. Arthur K. Beik Clarence A. Hidley 'K T. Frederick H. Candlyn kvllllillll G. Kennedy Adna NV. Risley A!!7llllIE'I'.Y Nincicmz Hundred Twenty-flzrc'c John Cussarelte Nimrlcmz Hundred Twenty-four john Anderson Ernest l"airlJz1nks Forest Caton J john Hayes John Cassavant VV-alter Hedrick Frederick Scott NIi1IFfFFll Hundred Twclzfy-ferr? 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Q . - 0 . - 51.6 77 ' 35 ' 5 , .., N, x M .-.W ,l . ..,...,, . 1 I P DAEIJENQ Ni r., 5 5-.GL lirngram it Qlnmmenrement 15123 june 15-Friday, Class Day, 3 p.m. RUTH TEFFT, Historian VERA N OLAN, Poet J gg MARJVORIE SIBLEY, Prophecy CAROLINE BERBERICK, Tvstator "' june 16-Saturday, Alum.ni Day 9 a.m., Class Reunions 10:30 a.m., Alumni Business Meeting President's Report and Election of Officers 'Alumni Luncheon, 1 p.m. Campus Program, 2:30 p.m. X' 'i" 1 Presiclent's Reception, 4:30 p.m. Step Sing, 7:30 p.m. June 17-Sunday. Baccalaureate Sermon, 4 p.m. Acldresf'-Dr. Abram R. lirubaclier .Tune 18-Monday, 78th Commencement, 10:30 a.m. Senior Breakfast Academic Procession, 10:30 a.m. Commencement 11 a.m. Address-Dr. Frank Pierpont Graves Senior Ball, 9 p.m. 1. One' Hundred Eighty-one um Q - if PEDQEUEJ-if N Ar ,J . . Q' Q fl fbk I f '71 Q Q ' 1 f 1 ,f 'gg 4 JG ,ffa,Q g'n5 One Hundred Eiglzfyiwo Y 1 . ,,,:. , ,.v v r X Q' '31 F DKEDEHE CATHARINE PELTZ, '22 RUTH TEFFT, '23 illilnuing 1511 Bag 1922 ORDER OF PROGRAM Class Speakers ELIZABETH GIBRONS, '24 EDWARD CRANE, '25 t Presentation of Senior Gift to the College MARGARET MEYER, '22 4 Awards to Basketball Team ADRIAN JOHNSON, '23 EDWARD LINK, '22 . HAROLD BALDWIN, '22 EDWARD CRANE, '25 JOHN HOWE, '25 ROBERT MACFARLANE, '23 CHARLES REILLY, '23 EDWARD SHERLEY, '24 HERBERT HORNUNG, '25 EDWIN JUCKETT, '25 FLOYD LANDON, '25 WILLIAM BRESLAU, '25 LYLE ROBERTS, '25 RALPH BEAVER, '25 Azwzrds to News Board Editors ROBERT MACFARLANE, '23 VERA NOLAN, '23 Choosing of the New CAROLINE M. BERBERICK DOROTHY I. DANOREMOND GRACE E. Fox GLADYS L. HAYNER HELEN B. LEARY NIAY B. W GRACE Fox, '23 EIRA WILLIAMS, '23 M yskania ROBERT C. R. MACFARLANE VERA NOLAN ELIZABETH L. RENNER ETHEL F. RUSK AGNES S. SMITH OOD One Hundred Eighty-three I P 5 'E "" "I 'N - .ryan P Dmizzuzuf R .:. -I vj gg,-Q K .W I-SWG! iw ' xg . ,W . I i a"' I ? M 7 Om' l'lundrvd liiglzly-four b 4 , Madame Clem CMrsj Galloway Rose Jordan Celeste Amanda Aflllck Horace Greensnuth Mlss Tassey Rose Mlss Postlewalte Mlss Llmerton Sarah Pierrot Pierrette Manufacturer RUTH KIMMEY DOROTHX BENNIT . KATHRYN SHIPMAN DOROTHY BENNIT AILEEN WALLACE WINIFRED DUNN . BEATRICE MARTIN EDNA SHAFER . Eramatzr image fanuai v 16, 1923 OP 0 ME 'IIIUMB Bv Fenn and Prvce Mlss TASSEY Bv Eliaabetli Baker THE MAKER OF DREAMS Oliphant Downs Committees ELINOR BUELL DOROTHY BENNIT CLARA FAHNSTOCK FLORENCE DoRsEv MARGERY BAYLESS EDWARD VINES ICATHRYN SHIPMAN GLADYS HAYNER AILEEN WALLACE HELENA BORSICK WINIFRED DUNN . ELIZABETH NAGLE KATHRINE DRISCOLL . EDNA SHAFER . Stage Manager Assistant Stage Manager . . Property . ' Stage Set . Costume . Advertising . House . . Music One Hundred Eighty-five F DISEITEJ-lf ' i x By U A s e A A , PEDAEDE4-EI 'Q t X Alumni Azanriatinn During the past year and a half the Alumni Association has been engaged in the great task of raising funds to erect a residence hall for the students of State College. But it should be remembered that this is not the first gift that they have made to their Alma Mater. Those who graduated before 1892 will remember Dr. Waterbury's project to erect an Alumni Memorial Window in the auditorium of the Willett Street build- ing. This plan was brought to a successful issue early in Dr. Milne's administra- tion at a cost of five thousand dollars. At about this same time a fund was raised to erect a bronze tablet in memory of the men who had served in the Civil War. Both the window and tablet were destroyed ini the fire of 1906, but the Alumni have since replaced this tablet, and it now hangs in the rotunda of the present building. ln 1921 the Alumni erected a second tablet in memory of those from State College who had made the supreme sacrifice in the late Great War. In addition to these gifts the Alumni have started a Student Loan fund which amounts to one thousand dollars, and an Albert N. Husted Fellowship fund which now exceeds four thousand dollars. The Alumni were also the ones to publish the first College Song Book. And now they are engaged in the greatest of their projects-the erection of a dormitory. The spirit which attended the campaign has been splendid. The youngest Alumni have pledged their share whole-heartedly and without restraint, giving as young people always give, with thought only for the object of their love. Each graduating class, since the drive was stanted, has pledged IOOZJ setting a fine example of loyalty and establishing the habit of giving. From an invalid, one of our oldest graduates, comes a pledge small in amount, but ex- ceedingly large when her own needs are considered. One Hundrrd Eighty-.tix , ..,. i A' A f :lf F DAEIJEME 'X Responses a thousand strong have come to date and so our residence hall is assured the only question is How large shall it be? And this will be answered by the gifts you bring While we hold our slogan high Give or get one hundred direct Far down through the years classes now here and yet to come are going to assure the need of this clear college of theirs. Residence halls as many as they need a chapel and hbrary a fine athletic field' all gifts to their own. General Alumni Azanrmtmn E4 ccutiwc Committee JOHN F MCNEIL 16 ...... President 242 Rugby Road Brooklyn N. Y. NELLIE BARTLETT CLAPHAM 87 ..... V ice-President ELLA VVATSON BASHFORD 11 Secretary and Editor Alumni Quarterly State College for Teachers g DEAN ANNA E PIERCE .... Assistant Secretary CLARENCE A HIDLEY 15 . . . . . Treasurer State College for leachers ILLLA SLOAN CAMERON 90 . . . Clzairmau Graduate Council 173 Western Avenue Albany N. X .- :GDS if 1 Ax' Pug- C i Ins , i ru . we 4 ,V A 'U' ' gbngg ,M .. I , ,V , ' ' It I! .' i 9 - 1 5 . . . H . , . dollars," we are more anxious that all should give as their love and ability may f' ' 4 . ' f ' S 1 3: i 1 1 si ' 1 L . . . M I . , . . v p Y "rx , ' 1 , ' , 4 .- 1 ' ' ...T n , u A ' - , . . iff. - t fi" ' ' 1 ' I , , Y r ,J t K ' 1 MRS. MARION A. MATOON FITZPATRICK Class of 1862 One Hundred Eighty-seven F DAEIZFEME 1 -yu!! 'ask W ' Om' lluudf 1 lxjhlx 1111! .,1.. .V it , Nur. W mfen V. L. x-,x F DAEZFEME V vp-f. K if 593391, I WM t2'xLf1 Lv 1 if vg ' 1, T A .4 K One Hundred Eiglzly-nine Q. gf 1 1 IGI' X . SX 5+ if 1 1 ZET .'E I' A Z E Q, Q ' H fff""""s"'N-1v"'N'aC4,,vf"7?xg'h Q !f!, ,NT'25f.,f1gqijfQl,fMy,,ffiOS H A ff'-' ,,,,w-f ,xi ' 1 gf, C ,Q ,"',,f .' :Nj v - fi . W xii I'-ggi X N.. ' 33' - r N. ,C : . li'-:kilt SL 'Q x' 3 a - J s '-1. y 'Ki , x r asggibiw 4 gf QM 4' zz' '---'B ER EH 53 IQ' wif! ifll-fs' W,-'lsfif' 'f3f1LlL1,5ukiT' S11 .QC .xg .iefb pu"-324, .2-,Ji 59f"AA's5x3 44 N" 1' 51 lf? H1 7Q:'TPm-,. 51' :wv- dE,,..,.v-fztfxf. ' 54135. E31 " ia 53 Rf X I Wil? 1 X A , 5 2 ATHLETIC COUNCIL AUX Q S, 2 jak H fx 2: fa-:elf P Dniaanf fs Uhr Baseball Swann 1922 Last sprmg for the first time baseball took its place as a major sport at State Six games were scheduledi and the team won three out of the five that were played. This is hardly discreditable when we consider that our men com- peted with such college teams as Clarkson and Union. The game at St. Stephens was ,the mostfinteresting. Johnson held :the "ministers " completely at his mercy, and permitted but twlo hits. State also showed splendid fighting spirit in the game with Clarkson. These were the best games, the others being too easy. On the whole the results were a credit to the college, and placed baseball on a secure footing for 1923. q,.,4,,,., .-K. ,..., -.. I :oi 5 fllix uh-'ifliii '1:i'.i fri f2l'tIl'fll Ojicers JOHN MCCLURE, Captain HAROLD BALDWIN, Manager JOHN CASSARETTE, Captain 1923 The Team A MCCLURE, Catcher . BRESLAU, third base JOHNSONQ Pitcher CASSAVANT, short stop CASSARETTE, first base ROBERTS, right field STAHLMANN, second base BALDWIN, center field ZHIMMELSTEIN, left field Record of Games State Opponents May 6-St. Stephens at Annandale .... .. 3 0 . 13-Y. M. C. A. at Albany ...... .. 7 5 16-Clarkson at Albany ....... 6 11 31-St. Stephens at Albany 10 16 June 3-Union at Schenectady ..... .. Rain 10-Alumni at Albany ..... 10 7 36 39 One Hundred Ninety-one x, V . , A 1 nf x 1, VARSITY FOOTB.-Xl.l. . . VI.. l . ,.:., A if .bql i , ,P . , , , ,V,V,,,,,. V.,, . :, .... .A.v ,I 2 ,, , 3 , A,, Y1.1 . - ,- fi C136 317' V, pw., .. . ,.., . i..1v4.g..-, .- I I A l X- 2' F DAEUEJ-115 N ft. ., ':""' an ..'.4-t -':'1-'. ,-if X . tg, ii :U I '.' .3 cr 'UTP 53, ,, . 5 . : tu l Glhr Zllnnthall Swann 1922 X 5 For the first time in her history State College entered a football team in intercollegiate games. The difficulties in building an eleven to compete with other colleges were almost unsurmountable. Coach Snavely had only twenty men Q. -lb: ,.., ,. from whom to choose, all eager but largely untrained. Although the team did not tt, win any games, the fact that on two occasions they held their opponents to IL Sal ,ag scoreless tie is, we feel, significant. Q.-jg, Ojicers ' EDWARD CRANE, Captain JOHN HAYES, Manager The Team HORNUNG, left end JUCKETT, right end . CASSARETTE, left end MEYNER, right end CRAWFORD, left tackle SAGE, quarter back - ROBERTS, left tackle CRANE, quarter back, captain Howlz, left guard GAINOR, left half back SMITH, center PUGH, left half back BEAVER, center BRESLAU, right half back HOWARD, right guard CHRISTIE, full back HAYES, right tackle C.-XTON, full back Record of Games State Opponents Oct. 14-Union Freshmen ......... ' .......... . 6 16 21-Rochester Optometry .... . 0 O 28-R. P. I. Freshmen .... . 0 39 Nov. 4-Alumni ........... . O 0 O 21 11-St. Stephens .... . One Hundred Ninety-three ,. lvu- T. x 1 -,:,.7.l::l, i HL?-1.,. .' ,A A .. A ,Lift-1 .- 1.f1l323?l?ilf-1 : Ap 't z,- cf. 5 '?'f1V 'iffrfA'W - ""' """X3x:p""'X:Q 53-in f""Xam,L-ff, M ' 2- xx ff fi , Mfg:- f .Q Q' ff' V 1 rf .v, bf ww-rar, , I Yxfx. 1. 4, .1 QA- g,, M Xxx Li f' , x, l 1' N I yi L f 5 ig Tl '. 451 ix . 9 2 S. iw X 5 ff 5, X 415 'A f Q ' ff'V Q XX! f WE N P4 .Xx- Cx x If f if f L33 ku ! ,1 A ' .2 - Nqilf W! ,x fx 2 .QF 5 xjgh x ' 'k Y.-XRSITY B.-XSKli'I'B.Xl-l, KX Q ' N E ,UQ , A f, ', ' WEA' A ' LUCK fa C--QL,1,fX.,R,jf'N" 5x.f'f'Tx, :mx xxx' k'x54 QL! ,X C x ,,.f, , F DAEIJELLE Uhr Eazkrthall Swann 1923 The basketball season was distinctly disappointing. The team lost every game except one. However the season was an improvement over the 1922 one, because then there was not even one victory, and the team showed less fighting spirit. This year's team, although it was weak in pass-work, developed several good players-Captain Sherley as forward, Captain-elect juckett who is as good a guard as has ever played on a State College team, and Hornung, who although only a sophomore, played a consistent game as forward. These men should prove a solid nucleus around which to build in 1924. Ojicers EDWARD SHERLEY, Captain ROBERT C. R. MACFARLANE, Manager EDWIN JUCKETT, Captain Elect The Team HORNUNG, forward SHERLEY, guard BRESLAU, forward JUCKETT, guard GAINOR, center LANDON, center PUGH, forward CATON, guard BRAUN, forward Howe, guard Record of Games State Opponents Dec! 9-Union at Schenectady .............. .. 10 - ' 34 16-Alumni at Albany ......... .. 15 22 19-Williams at Williamstown .... . . -16 , 61 jan. 5-Pratt at Brooklyn ..... ' .... .. 16 gg 12-Colgate at Albany ....... . . 11 20-St. Stephens at Albany . . . . . . . 16 ' 27-Geneseo at Albany ..... ...- 2 6 Feb. 3-Alumni at Albany .... -- 19 17-Fordham at Albany .. 17 22-Hamilton at Albany .... . . 18 Mar. 2-Clarkson at Potsdam ...... .. 27 24 29 40 45 53 3fSt. Lawrence at Canton .... .. 29 One Hundred Ninety-five 817 A ZZ f ,fr .- ffm F 'E , 1 59 1 -5-.1 .ww F, .1 Ffa: GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Cflf F DAEWEJ-if 'Q il Girlz Athletir Aaanriatinn Honorary Members DR CAROLINE CROASDALE Miss ISABELLE jot-INsoN ELIZABETH I BACII . . . RUTH MOORE FLORENCF E CRADDOCK . MARY V B WRIGHT . WILHELMINA I'IEINEMANN . . ISABELLE JOHNSON, ex ojicio ELIZABETH I BACH MARTHA BAILEY, PAULINE GEORGE, It has been women s athletics Ojicers and Board . . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . . . Cheer Leader EMILY BELDING, '24, representative 1-IILDEGARDE LIEBICK, '24, basketball Ingr. ALICE DALEY, '25, representative '23, representative FLORENCE CRADoocIc, '25, basketball mgr. '23, basketball nzgr. the purpose of G. A. A. to promote, regulate, and control in State College. In order to do this more effectively, captains have been appointed to take charge of the various branches of sport, such as baseball basketball, hockey, skating, etc., and to keep a record of the hours that each person spends in these sports. Rewards of college numerals and letters are conferred upon those earning a certain number of points. One of the greatest services of G. A. A. is that it has placed interclass rivalry upon a legitimate and more dignified plane of sportsmanship. ..,,,,.:. .-I " I 'roi ' fini' A, . Y .M,V...s 1-"'.-:v ,su-:-:sv -,iff-,ax e-1 raft' iiifvg Q? Li H J I One Hundred Ninety-seven M' ,.'I,',-.,-' , . X J GT ' 'ZZ """N 'rf' -f' , 'iuxsx '.pgg:L'5'5i':iQ"Q ,f Nm SEN l OR BASK E'l'BAl.L TEAM .1 Y . ,'V',hQigiL- -1 yi, . 9. , . R - 1 1 , x' ' Rx M, y if. f,: 5.. I .J aw W ,v ,..Y .. Y 55 N - JF Vg! -LQAQLX xi.. f ,, '-ff . '-'-kd W. ..,. f' :Q 4, I. ::Q4iZ:,f it if 54-gag: , I 5 W- -'X --1 , , ,5- -1 , J ' A L- L, F if F-f I1 5. A Aff' ILL 52? 1 . Zi, aff i .. 3. , 'Q , . Rf W vs .59 , IJ X x,.' Vfgl fi if X mix r Q c 55455 .f .- ,N fijw Q35 2' F DAEIWZJ-lf Seninr Basketball Gram The Senior basketball team has never been a champion team in any sense of the word and yet they have always played a hard, consistent game, and their work has shown a steady improvement since their freshmen year. As Sopho- mores they gained a valuable player in May Wood, and as Juniors Pauline George joined their ranks. The other players have worked up with the team from its lg freshmen days. The Team., 1923 ETHEL SEYMOUR, captain MARY KONCELIK MARTHA BAILEY PAULINE GEORGE, manager EVELYN WAUGH MAY Woon MARJORY MATHEWSON SPORT CAPTAINS MARION MILLER, '24 . . . . Baseball HILDEGARDE LIEBICK, '24 . Basketball ETHEL SEYMOUR, '23 . , . Cage Ball Hiking GRACE Fox, '23 . WILHELMINA HEINEMANN, '24 PAULINE GEORGE, '23 . . RUTH MooRE, '25 MILDRED HAMRIERSLY, '25 . . i Hockey and Soccer Horseback Skating D . Skiingiand Snowshoeing MARTHA BAILEY, '23 . . . Swimming FLORENCE CRADDOCK, '25 . . Tennzs . Track -EMILY BELDING, '24 . 4 RECORD OF INTERCLASS BASKETBALL GAMES 1923 ' 22 37 15 Nov. Sophomores Freshmen Nov Seniors 17 Juniors Dec. 6 Seniors 27 Freshmen Dec. 12 juniors 43 Sophomores Dec. 19 Juniors 28 Freshmen Ian. 10 Seniors 24 Sophomores Feb. 7 Freshmen 19 Sophomores Feb. 13 Sophomores 18 juniors One Hundred Ninety-nine P DAE1154-lf Q' Uhr Girlz Harzitg Eawkvthall Efvam 1923 The girls' varsity basketball team is undefeated. lts final score against the Alumni, January twentieth, was 23-17. This team is made up of the best players from each class team. Although they usually play against each other and: have little opportunity to work together, they have built up a commendable system of pass-work. VVe look forward to the day when our girls' varsity may have the opportunity to make a real record for themselves against other college varsity teams. The Team HEINEMANN, forward BELDING, guard CRADDOCK, forward BACII, guard LIEIEICK, renter SEYMOUR, side center IAl.fxmM1aRsl.Y, sub. MILLER, sub. CRISSEY, sub. HENRY, sub. Two Hundred FEDAEUIEJ-if Q iv." CAMIUUS DAY 1922 Two Ilundred One 11523. ' Pavmnauf u "' I llddl 5,23- PEDNEIJEME 5 or? Lggafal ' " r ' I J I I V , n 4 ' F 2 . 4 Two I'11llldl'C'll' Three 1 W fwfr W ' m'-Wfw waf5,g3w N i . ,. ff w-. F' 'fQ"L"'q, 0 At wa , , Lix JD fp, i 'Q g Q E ii Yu XM, 'Q ,Vg-0 ,Q " M 3,51 if vga! 1 4 N1 , im. V 1, - wmf 'QMWQ e 'N 1 I , Y x f X J f Q4 N. X l . LUNCH Il, Two lluudrvd Four . f , - , ' ,r V , fx if 'gg' fJ. I,fNC gb if w x n PEDAEUIIME Tllli FAMILY MAN I Two llurzdrvd Five W FEDAEIJEHE TWO HOURS, Pl.liASE 1 LISTING THE CASUALTIES Two lhuzdrvd Six M 1'52.3.- ' P DAEIJEJ-if ' i I w f, vt! h',4q,g.a?r ,?sbf',,1, -2 'W V JAN. 91" A ' feglfvl, ' Y No. V f 'L' ' 1 1 Y . V xi?"- PS ' Two llundrvd Svvrn I'1S2.j.j 1 fiifl ' J A. ,A -,XA E Q? A'.' gl ,,,v,. 5 52 ,V ., f.41,',xv' -N 6 Qxe " 'J 1 -A 45' W9 2 - WA" ' Wie' Biz. ' :E 7 . 1 1'9 ? j to 1 A J ., I , J , i ,XV n I HIS MASTERS VOICE E hw llund,-pd Eiylzi N 1 lv Nw- ai FEDAEUEME THE NEXT TRAIN HOME THE REXVARD OF VIRTUE Two fl1H1dI'!'d Ninn . f x .QU J '1 ff' Hd UG HHH THE BIRD MAN DON I Mm 3 2 - , . .. ,. -- 1,-..,1. -. . . ., -,n ..-.. - lg-XLR K 1 1 A ' x Ji if Q -1 ' X A J I X ' ' g T x T N . ff T T 5 lf, , TSX Hifi fag .I EQ - -7: Tir? 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Smith Biggest Slave Driver Pet Cafeteria Dish Tomato soup Hash Ice Cream Prof. Hidley Prof. Birchenough ' Prof. Risley if-2--eq Favorite Substitute for Dancing Prof. Risley t Dr. Painter 4" 171' Petting Prof. Decker if Dancing elsewhere , it Bridge Lady Killer Eddy Vines Warren Daley Jimmie Carolyn Biggest Bu Harvey Fenner joe Howard Prof. Kirtland Jazziest Sweater Helena Borsick Marion Farrell Helene Leach - Stalest Joker n Eater Rena Relyea Least Dignified Senior Ethel Seymour Doris Butler Agnes S. Smith M ost Lady-like Man Lawrence Rupert Frederick Scott Arthur Danzig Favorite Hang Out Mail Box Locker Room Bun Table Most Crushed-Crush Betty Stroup-Ed. Sherley Bernie Jones-Joe Howard John Lalor on himself. Favorite Expression-Ah, class! I'll tell the cockeyed world I hope to eat a purple porcupine. - . :':,r.5,..'. S it a -l.4 1 if: .i ,....,. ....,,,. . -Two Hundred S eventeen :J,.,.- xv P DAEIJGHE 'Q315-X Tw H drdEglte l ifithvl alknmakg Helm: En ZK airk maqhvlle JI GD rlpumam in minm Brahh Bn EV Zluueu Marian Har I Alma HERB GD ugal Bet GI g Nagel Hmmm Har I flair I E nnurh QPU!! K1 'IK tlanh Mgra ham 3??f.5if , s - 1K e I 1 1 a un e i z e n Q -, mlvi A 1 Q. - 49 ff may ,ia .1 -of v J f N f Vbemr' I 1 X t Glhe Gln eh 1?-f Who rides in a Pullman not in a train? 5 Who giggles Has the window pains? Who wants a taxi when it rains? , -jf. , A Co-ed. Y ,iffii Who calls you up at midnight hours To thank you for posies which were flowers? Who is it calls the roadster ours? i A Co-ed. , 3,31-1-:.wg, '45 .- 4 if I . Ax Trsv . Pffi lqf' F DXEISUIJ-Pr: N ' mia.. Q If 1' 'V' fjigwi I f ' K lf "Qifii -'T-.ggi -,Ll ia fb k'Fn,,.,m Z5 it A K 'Who runs her fingers through your hair, And whispers things quite passing fair, And then forgets that you were there? e A A Co-ed. Who leads you gently to the door And says, " You should have gone before," And then stands there and begs for more? A Co-ed. -Ex. Riz holds that since Henry Clay's hair cut is the first noticeable "bob," he must be the first flapper statesman. Two Hundred Nineteen F DMJFIIJ4 'tt 'QR 3- Ox Xllx 1V.BenrWlT Two Hundred Tzucnty I - f-' AS IT lS- Baum, Barrhanalr Come step with me, I beg you, To our own State College gym. We're going to dance this evening Until the lights are dim. At eight o'c1ock the music startsg It's a dear old-fashioned tune, A foot apart we waltz around In the light of the silver moon. Moonlight ?--Yes, but I will say To save you from alarm We also keep the others lit So there can be no harm! No crash of cymbals loud is heardg Here joy is most refined. We glide in slow and measured tread And just keep this in mindg Tomorrow morn unwearied You'll rise from slumbers deep, The dancing stops at half-past ten, So you get the required sleep. . 5 - .-.,-.,., , ff F DAEUHHE 'Q x gm D!! X 3 - 'Li AND AS IT sHoul.D BE A Eitffn llittlr Glragehiea Bob Crawford's mustache. Taking your last Saturday cut in orcler to avoid a te decides to postpone it until Tuesday. The varsity basketball team. Decker's jokes. Prom dress man la grippe. Annie Olsen's B in English 6. Hidley's unfailing good health. " Sub-station closed-next one five blocks away." Lalor's letter of farewell to the Freshman class. st, and then the professor Two Hundred Twenty-one ' ilt I rara f f P DAEZFEME 3111 illlltlur Etgb Stuhg Qall Student May I raise my hand? Teacher What for? Student I want to ask a question Miss Soden Late again' Billy Fahnstock Not a word Miss Soden so m V V. Scotty at Mac s lunch Did you say these ebgs were cooked by electricity ?" Waiter Yes sir Scotty Then give this one another shock uiz Teacher Explain how a Pope is chosen. Inspired Frosh Why why by heredity lllnr what In Gr Urging Kiln Prepare lla? Hidley s assignment in History 13 just before the exam. You d better read the chapter on The Grand S-mash. In runway to the gym M At first wmdow Howard and Jones At second window Smittie and Bos Betty Stroup walks by Bernie Hey Pet bo get Ed there s still another window left.' Dr Thompson Qseriouslyj-" Well, thank heaven, one thing I'm not, . w.,4,,.:,, fr mfg 1 ' ., f' - X ':,'l.J: ' fan' V . 4 I Q V rem:-g:Q3, 3 Q Q ' as ' vi 3 u vs Z U ' - as 2-153' il ' -" ' " L ff. V ' ' 4 4 ' v is 52 - ' ' . . - . . . - 9 u ' O, , ' 1" u ' n 1:95 , . , ' H ' ' as . - 1 Q ' " ' ' " '13, il 57- - u ' n Z.: L T . . 1' 7: 0 ' . , i . . . . u x :J ' 1 'fif - . , 1 . H 1 - yv . , '. i-. U 1 . 1 J v ' UCVCI' SaI'CaStlC Ruth Tefft to a Ped subscriber-" It is customary to pay in advance." Cautious Sub.--" But what if I should die before it is delivered?" R. T.-" Leave your address, and it will be forwarded." Jnnpirrh igffnglinh 3 English Lit. is such a fascinating study. You hear all about iron railings and miceg You read all about the cave men of poetry Who tear each other's arms off, and then Stay in the ocean for days and days-aliveg You learn about baseball stars who poetize battles- And consumptives who feast on love. Two H undrcd Twenty-two ' . . l. 'I'm N ight Down in New Orleans Dear Lovely Lucerne 'lhis Evening I am trying to wrlte little and yet say a lot But my mmd s All M nddled U p I Certainly Must Be zu Looe And guess who that somebody is? Why Its You the Lady in Ernune For Crying Out Loud why did you go away? I hated to see you go fori You Gave Me Your Heart and a lovely Dream Kiss which made me Want You all the more However It wont be for long will it? Im just aching to say Hello Hello Hello and when I do you ll never have to say Foot loot Tootsie Goodbye again Now comes the important part of my letter Wont you let me be your Lovin Sam? I ll Build a Stairway to Paradise and together we can be Build ing Love Castles Oh I know Im just a Dumbbell but then Who Loves You Most lifter 4117 Why Holg Holy H'oly Saints of Zenda 1ts me And belleve me we won t have to Waltz in a Flat We ll have an apartment in the .Suez hotel that will sure be the Bees Knees And then think of me I wont have t say Gee' But I Hate to Go Home Alone and be Listening to the Cock a Doodle Doo of the chickens But this Rambling is All Over Nothing at All I d like to write a bit as a reminder of our Childhood Days Surely nothing could be liner than to be in Carolina in the M ornzng That s where you and ll learned our A B C s In the Little Red Schoolhouse And after school we used to go Roanuzng-through the fields. You were always picking Howers and I dl always have to yell to you Dont Bring Me Posies. ' Well anyway Only .lust Suppose you and I were walking through Sweet- heart La-ne andthe Pale Venetian Moon put upon your cheeks the Acolor of the Rose of the Rio Grande You know When Hearts Are Young Who Cares about the others who are always yelling Come On- Home. As I said before and know you ll believe me--I may be a Dumbbell 'without anymore sense than a poorly nourished I' lower of Araby but I do know that any fellow would quickly join a Parade of the Wooden Soldiers to see you Way Down Yonder in New Orleans Why right now I m telling myself Pack Up Your Sins brother' get away from those Low Down Blues and spread your stuff to get to the land where the Bamboo Babies Grow for I know you re some Sweet Mama. - ' ' Lovin Sanz. P. ,s.-Time Wm Tell? ' I - ' Two Hundred Tulcnly-three 2. K ..-.Ji 1 x ?'a-v I as Q W , , . 4 . . . ,t : f - . , - . ' l . ' . . , - , . ' l J ' . , , i . - y ' . . , . . , -1 , , Q f r n . J J. .V ' J I ' a , , , I . - . I . 1. , , H - ' . . f 7 ' , 1 ' I 9 1 1 1 N Q V. . , . 4- 4 - . . 1 'J 1 L 1 .v ' Y ' I ' ff JJ 3 ' ' , . ', - . , d ' . . , T 1 J - - - , . - . . . . V . . . . , I ' ' I. 1 . I 3 , . . . , , ff J J! 1 ! Y I ' J 9 5 1 1 1 ! ' . 1 ' I , 9 i -' ' , s 1 F DEKEIJEJ-V15 rw .- .L 3 Zoig ' , M I ! E. wualh ,Mi ' ' 41.1.15 wack! K 'Nqq 5 Q ,. M 'gem sv.. f A PAGE FROM A 1UNlOR'S NOTE BOOK T H d dTwcnty-four ' 1823 -. "', 4 ,u-.',, ,,,, W A U to- if ' AX - ,,.. ....: ' fx l 'K BSN " H ' we ' why Zilhrg Qlamr Un Glnllvgr ' Frances Kelley-To get over her bashfulness. 1, ' Viola Holmes-To vamp the profs. i ' .- Q Ethel Rusk-To furnish a queen when one's needed. 5,-. Z5 Oliver Putnam-To raise chapel to a point of order. ' Grace Ostrander-To reform us. , ' Florence Henry-To have something to rave about. Z' I j52f::gQ, Marjory Sibley-To get a broad, general training in sophistication, Y ' 'Q t-" Vera Nolan-just to wait. ' , Erva Littell-To encourage the profs. J, Ethel Seymour-To furnish the class spirit at basketball games. PQ? Cussler-To rush Psi Gam. Billy Westbrook-To over-awe us. " Lynch-Coleman 81 Co.-To look after the fresh-men. i , Miss van Schaak-To show the professors how the college should be run, Annie Olsen-To set us an example. Alene Alderson-To have some one to talk to. Marj. Blythe-To champion oppressed ministers' daughters. Evelyn Dutcher-just to loaf. Ellen Sheehan-To get ads for the Quarterly. CEditors note-she secured Q, one.J . ., Zllhr Cmnlg Zllrnuhlr . Rose Yaguda dashing in late-" Awful accident today. The Delaware Avenue car turned a corner." . H Riz-"I don't see that that's cause for an accident. Rose-" Ah, well, there wasn't any corner." P. T. to Milne High kid--" I do believe Satan has hold of you." M. H. kid-"I believe so too." Telegram to father-" Am sick. Have no money." Father in return-" Am well. Have plenty."-Ex. Painter Con bended kneej-" Wilt thou?" And she wilted out of sight. The more than usual lack of intelligence among the students that morning J gotten under the professor's skin. t " Class is dismissed," he said exasperatedly. "Please don't Hap your ears as you pass out."-fEx.j Dr. Hastings discussing the first stanza of the Eve of Saint Agnes. " You see, here we have Keats taking cold, and making it attractive." Two Hundred Twenty-five V. .Wi ,,,. Q, A- Mu- .- , if - ,X ma' Nrarh Zin Giatnrg llbuig Quiz Teacher-" Who was at the Council of Constance, Miss Keaveney? " .QQ Gene K.-" Why three Popes, and the Cardinals, and-and-" Q5 Quiz Teacher-" And who else ?" Gene-" Why is that where the Papal Bull comes in ?" Billy Westbrook-" Horace is terrible. I can't do him." 2nd Student-" Ah, that's nothing-wait until you have Lydia though." "ua Billy-" Lydia? When do we read that?" Stude-" See this chalk on my shoulder ?" gig Freshman room mate-" Yeh!" Stude--" Well, that ain't chalk."--Ex. Hutty to Maybelle after a surprisingly correct answer in Gov. b. iii "I see you have your notebook open to the right place today." iv: Marj. Sinnot in cooking class-" What is pasteurized milk? " i'-wail Small Charge-" Oh, I know-it's from cows fed in nice green pastures." 2"f' Helen Shephardson-"I got a medal for being the best cook that's been at the practice house so far." . u I Bertha Deurschner-" How did they know 'that?' Helen-" Why, I admitted it." As the G. E. Sees Him. Announcing a radio program in a daily paper: Mr. Philander Webster, base. Veronica Noone-" Do you know that girl?" I Jean Dardiss-" Yeh! she sleeps beside me in Economics." Frances Flannery to a youngster in cooking class who had left her dish cloth on her kettle lid-" Take that rag off your lid." The youngster began to remove her cap. One student to another in Commercial Geography--" Aw shut up. you are the dfest fool I ever saw." , Mr. Snavely--" Boys, boys, don't forget I'n1 still in the room." I-Ioward-" Your lips are like sweet rose petals." Bernie Jones-" How about saying it with flowers." Two Hundred Twenty-six V-i-.' .-,,'.', -1.-.-4 f M g". .,,. .- . .. , . -xt' P DAEZFEME N f:f'f"' nr 'Y-f I.. 5 'nl v,! l Q lfikfiy i 1 A 4 ,L-.,g::. "' "'f'i7sQ5"Q, ' gli? 'LFE' " ' . ""'i4f!2" ,, 41 - , 9 fo --' ' I I J i , QQ. g!1'l'4' l " ' 7 7 ' '7 '-51 - L, 'u5."L1'l ' 5 i l 'ill' V! iw! I ' I! gl! J ' 2+ 4 X inx2BfW" . Xi A ,X Gan H011 Zlmaginr Riz in one of I-lidley's quizes. Birchy in ballet-slippers. Miss Phillips in curl-papers. Prof. Woodard writing 'love sonnets. Miss Loeb on a hike. Prexy riding down hill. . Miss Wallace jumping rope. Tommy teaching aesthetic dancing. Dean Annie giving swimming lessons. Hastings in knickers. Agnes- Futterer hoppin' freights. Miss Malcomb as the Sheik's wife. Kirtland in a dress suit at the Junior Prom. Miss Gillett scrubbing the cafe. Dean Horner bummin' a sandwich. Miss Keim in solitary confinement. Lydia Johnson twittering in a hammock. Two Hundred Ttumty-seven 8:30 8:34 9:02 9:15 9:45 10:11 10:13 10:23 10:39 10:41 10:59 11:11 11:20 11:21 11:29 11:32 11:44 11:45 11:47 12:02 12:06 12:49 1:11 1:12 1:18 2:00 2:01 P DAEIIEJ-Vrf A Bag with Cburnrlura Dr. De Porte arrives to meet his 8:10 class. Gertrude Coleman comes in. Rena Relyea arrives to comb her hair for a 9:05 class. , Grace Fox is seen alone. Dot Bennit acquires another copy of the C oncordiensis. Mary Weiss remembers an Ed. book that she took out the night before. Miss Stuart starts in search of Mary. Dr. Brubacher arrives to take up the ofiicial duties of the day. Miss Cobb starts in search of Mary Weiss. Mary slips the book in the library, and escapes unseen to an empty room. Miss Cobb reprimands the Dutcher-Amos-Davidson tribe for disturb- ing the peace of the library. Birchy halts his calculus class to go out and take a drink. Miss Stuart reprimands the Amos-Davidson-Dutcher clan for disturb- ing the peace of the library. Mr. Schleide addresses sociology class. Dr. Thompson starts for the cafeteria. Mr. Schleide addresses sociology class. Mr. Schleide still addressing sociology class. Bell unceremoniously interrupts Mr. Schleide. Dr. Thompson has figured out the combination of foods with the least caloric value. - Dr. Thompson stilllhungry slips out of the back door to buy an apps pie. Rena Relyea combs her hair for a 12:15 class. . Vera Nolan hands Dr. Thompson a sonnet and askshim to return it to her after English 21. ' Dr. Thompson decides not to meet any of his afternoon classes. Prof. Kirtland strolls into the Co-op to buy his usual allotment of three peanut bars topped by a "liberty bell." Miss Bardwell calls Dr. Beik to task for some of his youthful, impracti- cal ideals. Rena combs her hair for a 2:05 class. Riz decides to swipe two electric bulbs from the hall to illuminate me history office. Two Hundred Twenty-eight ,. , H gn V ,.,-- I-,:i7.l,:.,,.l.15 ,el .N U ....- ,Q . A '1'w'.f'..'.. ' , Psnmnaui: 2 :02 2.03 2 :06 2 :07 2 :25 2 :38 2 :41 2 249 2 :55 3 :00 3.01 3 :05 3:08 3:15 3:16 3:37 3:45 3:51 3:52 Birchy arrives and objects. LeRoy Collins squeaks into Latin. Dr. Richardson has LeRoy lower the " shutters." Howard escorts Bernie Jones to psych. Dr. Richardson has Mr. Collins raise the " blinds." Dr. Richardson has Mr. Collins lower the " shades." Kate Furman gets squelched in Latin. Florence Platner gets squelched in Latin. Howard escorts Bernie jones from psych. Janet Gilmore offers her consolations to said squelched ones. Rena Relyea combs her hair for a 3 o'clock class. Laura Ebell proceeds to blow up the Secretary of Poly. Sci. because she has not carried out the orders of her note. Miss Pierce departs to deliver a speech on the Dormitory fund. Laura discovers that she never mailed the note. Laura chases down said secretary, and offers profuse apologies. Mary Callahan while cleaning up the locker room reveals the hidden possibilities of the English language. Ethel Rusk decides to copy Mr. Candlyn's clear cut English tones. Rena combs her hair for a 3:55 class. Issy Johnson stumbles into the piano in the gy m and knocks it over. I 1' 'R , - x'fJPfi?gyXJ, fj'.'.:: 'Wi' , J j . -"viii 5. llilcwjbg A , ll'lf.l'Fli'fQgjt3'f'f: el f 4 1 ll 0 4? l 4 ' :A MAN -'DISCOVERED 'Two Hundrcd Twenty-nine - QW- V l. -.,A,H.,-7 Lf-.. W . . , f P DAEIJEHE 'Q 'Luz -:wif - 1'-dz'-'F 5-1:.-': '.:: X-:-Q3 21? 1364" PIT 'Q Sung CEI' A Freshman .15 A Senior grave with " the look that lingers," Extracted her mail with impatient fingers. I'm just a frosh, but you can't fool me- There wasn't a thing but an " agency! " . R 4 N it G. - Fe-ndevin ol? av saulln datiliess 5 com sin a po.-1 aboltilo' Cg5Q:'f'eri: . A I t SOUP. 1YBen me Nnminatr ilinr Uhr fall GDI' illamr Helene Leach for her haircomb. Laura Ebell for her executive ability. Mary McCormick for her Ford. Agnes Smith for her dainty mincing walk. Kathryn Shipman for the mournful tendency of her vocal organs. Ruth Teift for her Pepsodent smile. Erva Littell for her masculine neck-wear. Dot Dangremond for her wild starry looks. Maybelle jochurnsen for her variety of frat. pins. Marjory Sibley for the way she withstands Miss Cobb's brow-beatings. Doris Butler for the never-failing glory of her hair. Hilda Telft for her persistency in wearing " wild " stockings while she teaches. Kay Merchant says that this is the best Senior class she's ever belonged to. Two Hundred Thirty in it :A - gt:-.www --1 -i-:-'- w K P Dmnizuf N L H Auf: Zlt Glue Uruth Yi Qi: If she goes with the boys, she is a coqueftte: if she doesn't and prefers a steady she couldn't get anyone else. If she takes a lot of Latin and Mathematics she is queerg if she doesnlt she's looking for snap courses. If she is athletic she loses her maiclenly charmg if she isn't. well, girls don't do much anyway. If she belongs to a sorority she is a snobg if not, she couldn't get in.. If she doesn't wear a diamond, she iisn't engagedg if she does shes running a bluff. If she' 5 asserts herself in class, she is strong-minded: if she doesn t, she hasn t any brains. If lf she doesn't talk, she is uninterestingg if she does she's tiresome. A Now what's she going to do? CEXQ Helen Kirtland-" Guess I'll go to English 2 tomorrow." Hermione Brabb-" Guess I'll go with you." Helen-" Why? You're not in the class." Hermione-"I know, but you'll probably need someone to identify you." In chorus after they had sung Silent Night and In Hcazren on High. Tommy--" After we try Silent Night again, we'll just run through Heaven on High. - , Ambitious young practice teacher-" l'm not going to have this class next i term." Curtis-" Good." Sayles announcing-" Class pin found following Ed. H. 7.17.-2 'P ' nm. , e . ,, 1.. 1 . A T A ' ia 1 'g' t ' 4 S ? p ------ 7. Q 0 0 'M e X 1535 -11 .- ' ' gi Qi JIVLBQIHHI. i . LUNCH A LA CARTE H, ,- Two Hundred Thirty-one ....., .4 - -fix--.fi :.,.. ,-Q,,,'w,., .11A, , .,,5 ..., N .- K- if U - x grim? ff. 4 ,. l I K 'I Dr. Painter in the lecture on illusion-"Ah, class! if only I could have one l, of you alone at midnight, I could show you what an illusion is." ,K fi lvislff-tl' to S. C. IT. Freshman-" The idea of you having to work from 8 unt1l 5. Id never think of such a thing." Q' Frosh-" Neither would I, the faculty tho't of that." ' ' Bun.. Quinn recently caught smoking gave as a reason that " it makes it 0 smell as if a man were around." 5 L Applirh Clbuntatinna 5-- The mistress of herself, though china fall--Delia Hadsell. gig I:.very why has a wherefore-Dorothy Coon. A needy, hollow-eyed, sharp-looking wretchg a living dead man-Muriel Daggett. ' A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing-Charles Reilly. l f V-.V,1 5 .52 Push on, keep moving-I-Ielene Leach. li- Is it a world to hide virtues in-Dot Baker. ' 1 .45 Marlowe's mighty line-Riz. . The wrecks of matter and the crush of worlds-Elinor Buell. l .1591 I appeal unto Caesar-Oliver Putnam. Let the world slide-Hilda Tefft. The multitude is always in the wrong-Marj. Blythe. Renounced the devil and all his works-Carolyn Berberick. They have a plentiful lack of wit-Dot Dangremond. It is so soon that I am done forg I wonder what I was Lalor. I will be brief-Rose Yaguda. A still, small voice-Laura Ebell. The world's mine oyster-Erva Littell. Dwinclle, peak and pine-Louise Austing Ambition is no cure for love-Evelyn Dutcher. I am not in the role of common men-Bob Mac Farlane. Cool as cucumbers-Miss Phillips. There is no royal path which leads to geometry-Ruth Kimmey. As for me, all Inknow is that I know nothing-Billy Westbrook. He dies and makes no sign-Mildred Hammersly. It would talkg Lord! how it would talk--Ellen Sheehan. Man is a noble animal, splendid in ashes and pompous in the grave-Grace Aronowitz. begun for-John Two Hundred Thirty-two .0 .Y , . ,MY -,V ,H ,u -A :J I, ..,. I 4.,,:.,: .... q1:.'fe-at , It ' "': I f Peominzarf: I am the very pink of courtesy--Lawrence Rupert. And still adore the hand that gives the blow-Birchy. The wisdom of our ancestors-Annie Olson. To blow and swallow at the same moment isn't easy to be done--Helen Orr. The majority is wicked--Kathryn Shipman. All is fish that cometh to net-Myra Shaw. Far from the madding crowds ignoble strife-Ethel Tenney. The lady protests too much, methinks-Dean Pierce. Meagrc were his looksg sharp misery had worn him to the very bones- Harvey Fenner. At our wits end-Dot Davidson. Audacity, more audacity, always audacity-Ann Nachman. The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact-Vera Nolan. Much of a niuchness-Miss van Schaack. Not lost, but gone before-Grace Maguire. Man delights me notg no, nor woman neither-Marjory Sibley. The offender never pardons--Dr. Thompson. Youth comes but once in a life time-Vera Kershaw. - If the blind lead the blind both shall fall into the ditch-Grace Fox and Peg Cushman. This bold bad man-Cassarette. A voice is a celestial melody-Agnes Smith. Whoclimbs the grammar tree distinctly knows where noun and verb and participle grows-Agnes Truax. Creation's heir. The world, the world is mine-Nellie Maxim. I preached as never sure to preach again, and as a dying man to dying men- Dr. lrlrubacher in final Ed. Lecture. Two Hundred Thiriy-three 1 as 15.1 F DAEDEME ' , A F118-Z3 4 nfl It 4 N . I x I 1 ,, ,,., ,. ,. .- -- -. '--- .-Eng. ga f' '- ,'-" F DAEIJEJ-lf i ii 'V' bi Elimw Before the editor makes her hasty withdrawal from the railings of mankind -as she has been informed every editor must-she wishes to thank all those who have in any way contributed to the success of this book. Especially are we indebted to Professor Kirtland, our adviser, for his helpful criticisms and in- valuable advice. We wish to refute the old argument that the publication of a Pedagogue is a Herculean task. On the other hand we have found it an entirely enjoyable recreation. To be sure there were some moments of fluster and discouragement, but for the most part the work has gone smoothly and without incident. It has been our purpose to present here such scenes and activities as will be remembered. And in the future may they be a bond between our older selves and the Alma Mater that we love.--Ti-us EDITOR. 5 ' ' " - 'ii if. 5. '5- vt ' -'iwffliii 1i'2'evf':'. rr!-3 u,:2f3l,,. , IT, rw W, , , :1-,251- 1 wi" . 492545 l ti ' is ff g ,.sji.!iiN1A'.I ,. v: gf A V- A1 5:13 q A m , W , ' - t. fn ., id . - X.. i "--.i - Tmnmsn Au. -me cam- ,t im: Yems -..ius1'Bs Guan. 1 . --' A ' ' nel- ' :aff--: 'I Mg". emi? Two H wzdred Thirty-five v Q I " F11 ff. 'tirrtet l e 5552 1 E'-I3.T:'.I: 2'-'ETP . gun! -3 lift? .xii mr ir! if ng- 1 5 .. 'F X xl ' :uf '- Nqiiiiiii 325522 -at ei:- '15 ...L 4,- -::-:'S. av: 5:1353 -a Sari" 1 lzfq at-ya -2,4 13-Le,-6' 1-':.": 5353" ri ,I-.-.:. . Y-'Hd efi :IEE 141- 'N W jiri! fia- V x Y 1' a?', ' A.- iii? ,"'.! ...,, . :f :Adi I 'WE Y it , .H gg: .155 J K l wg.4.u,1- Ju 1 ,. fwxfa- if's'4f:g?'j1' 1' E ,f :JG 4:7-.E-'-v :- .x - V.-.. ffl -121' A ,ga f,,, -J f. ., .. K . 'J .-7.75, 1, J.....-. g h . ...Jil ..,, ,f ... . .'4z,:,:-I: , . . -. . If er--: K-X Q? 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Noble bl Hungarian Dance No. 3 .................................... Brahms The College Orchestra al Alma Mater Song ................................ Hubbard-Lansing bl Shadow March .................................................... Candlyn Poem by Stevenson cl Lullaby ................................................ ........ C andlyn Poem by Wm. Blake The Women's Chorus "The Splendor Falls on Castle Walls" .... M. Andrews "The Long Day Closes" .................................... Sullivan The Men's Glee Club The Redman, His Primitive Music Chief Os-ke-non-ton ' PART II al bl Liebestraum ........ .. ........... ....................... ......... Liszt al bl Highland Patrol, The Wee MacGregor .............. Amers The College Orchestra Three Negro Spirituals al There's a Meeting Here To-night" ........ Arr. by Dett bl "Deep River" ........................ : ............. Arr. by Burleigh cl "Didn't It Rain" .................................. Arr. by Burleigh The Women's Chorus al "By the Waters of Minnetonka" .................... Lieurance bl "Blanket Song" ........................... ......... T royer cl "Pale Moon" ...................................... .......... L ogan Chief Os-ke-non-ton Cantata, "The Landing of the Pilgrims" ....... ......... C oerne The Women's Chorus 'Cb - . - -H FEDAEUIIJ-V15 ---r440FM4A0V .9465 IYALF2 1 5965 Y g... -i ' 'l'.4t. Q J 1'-XT-55 9-P ffm -mf 1 IZAF4 T AL Ji v1s'mu:1 ALBANY TEACHERS AGENCY 81 Chapel St., Albany, N. Y. Affords the teacher a reliable, eiiicient and correct means of securing a good position Good teachers wanted-Personal interview desirable Willard W. Andrews, Pres. F. Wayland Bailey, Sec. MRS. LILLIAN WILLIAMS Announces Opening of BETTY MARIE BEAUTY PARLORS 261 Quail Street Hair Dressing Massaging Tinting Shampooing Scalp Treatment Hair Dyeing West 41-J Whipped Cream Served Here Box Candy 38c Pound Up Postals-Birthday Cards--Hair Nets4School Supplies Huyler's Candy Kibbe's Candy KETCHUM AND SNYDER Phone West 3959 297 CENTRAL AVENUE Two llulu1rr'd Forly-ilu Gustave Lorey PHO roam PHER The Studios 130 State Street 360 Broadway Albany, N. Y. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ATTRACTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY FOR COLLEGE ANNUALS AT REASONABLE PRICES Photographer to 1919, 1920, 1923 Pedagogue Two 111411 drrd Fm-fy-fn u 1' . JOHN J. CONKEY G. W. LEGENBAUER NEWS DEALER MEA TS OF QUALITY Cigars, Candy and Stationery Developing and Printing Fruits, Vegetables and Home Dressed C Fl amera mms Poultry Electrical Supplies 181 Central Ave. Phone West 918- 205 Central Avenue Buy your papers here for History II JAMES H. MURRAY Manufacturer of and Wholesale CONFECTIONERY A11 Kinds of Specialties 96 Madison Avenue Telephone Main 1571-J ALBANY, N. Y. ALBANY PRINT SHOP INCORPORATED A FRIEND 394-396 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. Telephone Main 148 .John T. D. Blackburn COAL Best Facilities Insure Best Service 129 Water St. CFoot of Colonic St.j Albany, N- Y- Two Humircd Forly-fi'1 5-v ,X X 463 Wi? QW X A rc 9: K ' Stand! for "Sportsmamhzf" as f if X 4 4 - 1 9 X QL wel! as Spalding. 'W ' H There is no substitute for eith er. Catalogue of Athletic Goods 52 State St., Albany, N. Y. Mailed on Request And All Large Cities Visit THE LINING STORE 33 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. For Dressmaking Supplies-Buttons Made From Our Own Material AIbany's Button Center HOWARD'S RESTAURANT College Students Given Special Attention Central Avenue N W. I. HILLS COAL, WOOD AND FEED ' Phone .west 12 675-677-679 CLINTON AVE. Two Hundred Forty-six FULL EOUIPMENT FOR THE ATHLETE A stock that is comprised of only the best makes. Every article backed by the manu- facturer's guarantee and by our own QUALITY REPRESENTED IN EVERY LINE Basket Ball, Foot Ball, Gymnasium and Athletic Supplies GENUINE ANGORA SWEATERS With scarf and Tam O'Shanty to match-big variety of colors. Also a very beautiful line of other sweaters We Invite Inspection ALBANY HARDWARE Sc IRON CO. 39-43 State Street, Albany, N. Y. C. F. Williams 85 Son, Inc., STATE COLLEGE HC0-OP" PRINTERS Books u Supplies College Stationery and Banners 36 Beaver Street - - Albany, N. Y. Two fflHl!II't'd Forty-.vcvvu Did you know that For Can not only take care of your GIRLS and MISSES For Town and Country Summer Dresses, Linen, Golf Knickers, Khaki Golf Suits and Camp Outfits STEEFEL BROTHERS Girls' Shop CHECKING ACCOUNT and SPECIAL INTEREST ACCOUNT But that we can rent you a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX n and can also act as EXECUTOR OF YOUR WILL? 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University at Albany - Pedagogue Yearbook (Albany, NY) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Page 1

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University at Albany - Pedagogue Yearbook (Albany, NY) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

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University at Albany - Pedagogue Yearbook (Albany, NY) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 1

1931

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