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It will be the pleasures that We will remember, and in the Cincinnatian of N ineteen-nineteen it has been our aim to Hle these memories away, so that in later years they may furnish each of you pleasant recollections of the pleasantest days of life. lf this goal has been reached, we are satis- fied and count our Work Well paid for. l7l Contents 23024 1 O N Book I-The University Book 2-The Classes Book 3'-The Organizations Book 4-Athletics Book 5-The Military Department Book 6-The Calendar Book 7-The Hammer Book 8-Business Directory Book 9-Student Directory ., rr 3 'r 1, 3 , l T iffy? T in in . 'e 5 vlflr xl ' I . - is 4. ., ,, ' ll -.-'-"-' , ., . . ' ,....1..-.....-.. X ,. .V , 'f-4 win-H 1,13-.1 f r. Xflw ' il", ii 5g4l':L?-:L - -fl 'v 'fr ,W ,W ,N -l f ,l Tiff .. ff L' ,, I "f"" ' f' , .-an - - 2- -'nf -ze .1- .-" ff - ' ity,"-Ji75f3"E:-J-.-,. E2 ,.!?...rf. i p- r ., . f -:- 1. - . -'.j"',.-'.:TT- A? Z 1 l:".7f , .1 : ",J . 7 J .' '---,. Q . 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' ,, 4. -44, 1 -gr-ifE13E1212:215:I:5:gcgtgzgiiyrgw-1?:2:1:I:1:5:2"'" I ' -- '-"--'- .I.g.I.'.54.g.I.I.I.,I-,,-.-.-.-.-- ,I.-.'.f.'.-.-.-.-.'.'.g.g.gII.g.I.g5:g:I.II,,I,y,- -. Y x- ' ff '-- .-7 -. 3.5.3. I ' X N f I The Barracks .Q -ei 7 5' ' fi , If if ' ., -- '-' - '4u41.:.. -- -"fl-:Q z, .'w-gel? I I af. 51551122 'Q N ' '.L5'ggZ.gy5-I:,,g.Uj,..1.' -. - . 1. f I - .1 - 'l'1,.+. ' ., . - , .- . M -- . .4-.. -' Q.2u.ff-fi.-h'm.t-L f- .' 3'-4' - The Power House The Barracks I 15 I .cr Burnet Ubods H61 EQETIVIIU Q Qwigi fiX QlWI2j4 wf A Q W 0 JSA 0 as C62 E SWNU UM 2 'fi 5 5-if 2 ew w W f' f 4 219 ifgg if -B QSQQTI K QJQV g A Q1 WZ Charles William Dabney "ff Graduate of University of Virginiag A. B., Hampden Sidney Collegeg Ph. D., Goettinger Universityg LL. D., Yale Universityg johns Hopkins University and the University of Kentucky. HSI , 1 A 2-QW W' wi swf? if n swf fm! Rd! Riu Gm The Board of Directors Emil Pollak ..... Arthur R. Morgan ....... . . . WValter R. Griess, M. D. . . . . . . Erwin 0. Straehley, M. D .... . . . Sanford Brown . . David I. Wolfstein, Gtto I. Renner . . Rufus B. Smith. . Robert W. Hilton For the Fiscal Year 1919 Rufus B. Smith.. Daniel Laurence. Christie Wilke. . . 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 ....Chcmfma1z ............ Clerk . .... Asszfsiani Clerk The University-Its Benefactors and History HARLES MCMICKEN, at the time of his death in 1858, bequeathed to the city of Cincinnati, almost the whole of his estate, valued at 8l,0O0,000, for the establishment and maintenance of the McMicken College of Liberal Arts. But nearly half of this property was in Louisiana and was lost by a decision of the Supreme Court. So, for ten years, the revenue derived from that part of the estate lying in Cincinnati and its vicinity was applied to the improvement of the college. In 1870, the General Assembly of Ohio, in order to unite the various educational projects which had sprung up in Cincinnati, passed an act "to aid and promote education," and through this act, almost a year later, the University of Cincinnati was founded. The first site for a university building was that which had been the old McMicken homestead, on Clifton Avenue, the same building which later became the Medical College, and which was last year used to house the soldiers which the University undertook to educate in technical lines for the government war service. In 1895 the College had grown too big for this building, and McMicken Hall was erected in an attractive position in Burnet Woods, com- manding a superb view of the city. McMicken Hall was the nucleus of a still increasing aggregate of beautiful buildings in Burnet Woods. The expansion of the University has been rapid, assisted as it was by the generous gifts of public-spirited men and women. Hanna Hall, the gift of Henry Hanna, was added in 1896, and four years later Briggs Cunningham made possible the erection of its twin building, Cunning- ham Hall. Van Wormer Library was the last building to be erected for ten years. Then, in 1911, the Engineering Building was completed, closely fol- lowed by the gymnasium and the power plant. A municipal bond issue made possible the erection of a stadium on the athletic field, which was called Carson Field, in honor of the untiring work and devotion of Dr. Arch I. Carson. The Chemistry Building, located near the Engineering Building, and the new Medical College, convenient to the City Hospital, have but very recently been occupied. The latest permanent building to be occupied is the Woman's Building, splendidly equipped with a gymnasium, swimming pool, study rooms, reception rooms, offices, and rooms for various school activities. The House- hold Arts Department is also established in this building. The Baldwin bequest in 1917, valued between six and seven hundred thousands of dollars, gives another opportunity for extension. Mrs. Wilson, a Cincinnati woman, who realized the need of the University for an auditorium, very recently presented the 'University with a substantial gift which makes possible the erection and equipment of a much-needed convocation hall, to be known as the Obed J. and Amanda Landrum Wilson Memorial Hall. With the ever-increasing attendance .of out-of-town students, the necessity for dormitories arise and the necessity will no doubt be realized by public contributions. 1201 HiStOry XFX- l'CLlLlCLlIl'1Q-d wtgtc, valued at flin' XICKHCIQQH 4 in Louisiana 1 rf. the revenue IQ vicinity was Q 411 .Xsscmbly of suul sprung up grml through N I-:Lzzule-rl, Lul llM.'L'Il thg Qld iw' which later A -fuse the soldiers ,fic gm.'L'I'Um6nt ie lmilcling, and acl u'4HwN'lS. COITI- frfze- of beautiful 31:14 been rapid, fm :xml women. four 3.1-urs later bling. Cunning- Qgrwzcrel for ten :Q-rl, rrloscly fol- lf will issue made QL., .-grllwl Carson I llarson. The , :mel the DSW ev. 711-Ciltly' N ', he' W0m?m'5 ' Jwlff 1'00m5' l4'., Thy House- HwLg,Q.,,'ir1 lrtlfluest llollnrs. HIWS x'f wutllilnv wh0 .-:17l'f Presented ' - e'Tz:C'ElfIU and ,iw Ulncfl r,,r,mpfc21Slng MQ. Elliwlljj LOUIS TRENCHARD MORE, is 70 Dean ofthe Graduate School, Professor of Physics. B. S., Washington University, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University. FRANK VVADLEIGH CHANDLER, 1873 Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Professor of English, Ropes Professor of Comparative Literature. A. B., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, A. M, Columbia University, Ph. D., Columbia Univer: sitv, fb K XII. Formerly Professor of English, Brooklyn Poly- technic Institute, Lecturer on Comparative Liter- ature, Columbia University, Lecturer on English, Columbia Summer Session. WILLIAM PAXroN BURRIS,"f 3 45 Dean of the College for Teachers, Professor of History and P ' ' l ' riricip es of Education. Ph. B., DePauw University' A M Harvard University, Masters Diploma, Columbia Univer- sity, L. H. D., B 9 H. Formerly Superintendent of Schools at Bluff- ton, Indiana, and Salem, Ohio, Principal of the Teachers Training School, Albany, New York, member of the Faculty of the Summer Session of Johns Hopkins University, the University of Wyoming and the University of Vermont. l22l X, V. I 52 Xi u l,.-- qiiizif 5. H2341 Peggy! I 454 Tmuvf 272332 J' Pill Ti - Q , l Xxx I lla!-1 I I . I - 4 V Hfssur . of '- Lt.c'r,lfm,e, 'licj -X. .' rigs lillllfgrij 1 1-,. '. .5 ., , , ,. , F "Y-3 Poly. 4 f' AL-ff' Liter- Lnglxsh I 2 R 4 g 5 .. , ,, fmlffsmr of Q ' 3 XI, Huff-'Wl ff r,-4. l,'f1l'f'W' T12 Bluff- , .mil uf the m'l,,.A Yfjfki , .,f SviA,4lUn 1, ,,,,,gi,- of LOUEEN PATTEE, Dean of lfl"0Il16'IZ, Leclurcr on Hislory of .-lrl. A. B., University of Iowa. Forrnerly head of the Modern Language De- partment of Dubuque High School and of Oak Park High School of Chicago, Principal of the Munich School for Girls. ALFRED B. BENEDICT Professor of Low and Dean of the College of Low. A. B., University of Cincinnati, LL. B., Cin- cinnati Law School, LL. D., University of Cincin- nati. JOHN C. DUNCAN, Acting Dean of the College of Commerce and Professor of Administration and Accounting. M. S., 'Wharton School of Finance and Com- merce, University of Pennsylvania, Ph. D.g A K XII, B r E. Formerly Lecturer at the University of Penn- sylvania, Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology, Ohio State: Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Illinois. l23l 4 f CLIFTON F. MCCLINTIC, HERMAN SCHNEIDER, ff 79' Williain Thonis Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of the College Qf Engineering. B. S., Lehigh University sc. D. V Formerly of Faculty of Lehigh University. l24I .,. , ,. ,,.. . ,,,, ,, ' K 'I 1 , imgivxwr A'5fu5+ .+ Ld" WM?- A cling Dean of the College of Medicine. fl . 'fi ' Fjiii? KJ P. .-- vi Gif-ff' Bfiffk H233 k "4 W 2 TQEYYXYMN Hgmfml aaiifwwl 1038 l7iW21..l f W mam W-lisjlggt .SEHK Egigiiig fi V :N-L 5 W1 I way' Professors of the University of Cincinnati ?S--Qi, VVILLIAM JAMES BATTLE, Ph. D., Professor of Greek. f ff 70 HARRIS MILLER BENEDICT, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, A T. I 7 2 5 GUSTAVE MAURICE BRAUNE, C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering, K E. BURTIS BURR BREESE, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, fb B K. XX 625 JOHN MILLER BURNAM, Ph. D., Professor of Latin. If WM. PAXTON BUHRRIS, Ph. D., Professor of Education, B 9 II. 7 9 3 NEVIN M. FENNEMAN, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Geography. f 965' MARTIN FISCHER, M. D., Professor of Medicine. HARRY SI-IIPLEY FRY, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry. I? 75" JOHN W. HALL, A. M., Professor of Elementary Education. W65' ALFRED LAWRENCE HALL-QUEST, A. M., B. D., Professor of Secondary Education. HARRIS HANCOCK, Sc. D., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics. I 367 FREDERICK CHARLES HICKS, Ph. D., Sinton Professor of Economics and Commerce. ALEXANDER LEWIS JENKINS, M. E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering. ELLIS G. KINKEAD, A. M., LL. B., Professor of Law, 112 A fb HENRY MCELDERRY KNOWER, Ph, D., Professor of Anatomy, A A fb, fb B K. 1565 WILLIAM FRANK LEVVIS, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, U. S. Army. XSELDGN GALE LOWRIE, Ph. D., Professor of Political Science and Director of the Illunicipal Reference Bureau, fb A Cb, CD B K. DAVID JAMES MACDONALD, A. M., Professor of Vocational Education. EDVVARD F. MALONE, A. B., 1 , Professor of Histology, K A. 3"Absent on leave for war serv ce I 25 I . ,gl WHITELAW REID MORRISON, Acting Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education. PHILLIP OGDEN, Ph. D., Professor of Romance Languages, Z fb. MAX POLL, Ph. D., Professor of the Germanic Languages. JERMAINE GILDERSLEEVE PORTER, Ph. D., Iliff? ' Director of the Observatory and Professor of Astronomyf ROBERT C. PUGH, LL. B., Wald Professor of Law of Contracts and Assistant Dean, LID A fin. STEPHEN ELMER SLOCUM, B. E., Ph. D., Professor of Applied Mathematics', E E. I8 O. R. SWEENY, Ph. D., Professor of Industrial Chemistry. ' GUY ALLAN TAWNEY, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy. M770 WILLIAM BUCHANAN WHERRY, A. B., IVI. D., Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene. CHARLES E. WEBER, LL. B., Professor of Law, fb A A. MERRICK WHITCOMB, Ph. D., Professor of History. fS'5'7 HARRY LEWIS WIEMAN, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, 23 A E, Q B K, Z E, F A. I8 3,3 GRACE I. WILLIAMS, B. S., A. M., Professor of Foods andlNutrition. ALEXANDER MASSEY WILSON, M. E., Professor of Electrical Engineering, T B H. PAUL GERHARDT WOOLEY, B- S., M. D., Mary M. Emery Professor of Pathology, KID KW. I 2 6 1 ' 1 W' wat 35 A 1 Limp! MUS 5933.5 M55 WM www' EMQECI mul STEELE Gimfill mmslm HER! HSN TWU! llllmm, HRD! Mn Hixlmeg-, GW f3"ii4JYf1 3 , W 3031: Ahe- - . v.:,, X. Associate and Assistant Professors of the University of Cincinnati 95,-KQL In In "' SAMUEL JAMES MCINTOSH ALLEN, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics. 2' 3 RP. RALPH EMERSON BASSET, A. M., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. 3- 18 75- LOUIS BRAND, A. M., Associate Professor of Blatheznatics. 'ff ivy 5.. lx, 1338 FHII. f ..-,, ,.. s." 'P K 'IL VVALTER H. BUCHER, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology. ISAAC JosL1N Cox, Ph. D., Associate Professor of History, 111 s e. f ff 73 HUBERTIS MAURICE CUMMINGS, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of English, fb B K. f5'f9'f EDWARD C. DAY, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology. ALBERT VVATSON DAVIDSON, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physical Chemistry, E X. EARL FREDERICK FARNAN, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry. STEPHEN J. FELTON, Met. E., Assistant Professor of Jletallurgy. CLARENCE ORAN GARDNER, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Political Science, fb B K. DONALD M. GILBERT, A. M., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. HENRY MAX GOETTSCH, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Industrial Chemistry, E E. XROBERT E. CLYDE GOIVDY, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, A T A, 42 B K. 1226 MARION HALL, B. S., Assistant in Horne Economics Department. HELEN HOY HOLM, B. S., Assistant Professor of Clothing and Textiles. H B sir. HENRY G. HARTMAN, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Philosophy, A X P. r CHARLES BARTH HOFFMAN, M. E., E. E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, X XII. GRACE GORDON HOOD, B. S., A. M., Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education, K fi' A. FRANCES JENKINS, Associate Professor of Education. JOSEPH HENRY KINDLE, A. M., Associate Professor of .Uathemutics ZF.-'Sbsent on leave for war service. r I 31 I - IKJQHN JOSEPH LONG, Ph. B., M. S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. CLAUDE M. LOTSPEICH, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Gerrnan, LID I' A. REGINALD CHARLES MCGRANE, Ph. D., 145555541115 PV0fe5507' 0f Hiftory, U K A- I JAMES DYSART MAGEE, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Econoniics and Lecturer on Banking. FRED A. MOLBY, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics. - CHARLES NAPOLEON MOORE, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Matltataattaa. IC ffl RALPH EDWARD OESPER, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Analytical Chetnistry. CLYDE WILLIAM PARK, A. M., Associate Professor of English, fb B K, T B II. 'KWILLIAM HAMMOND PARKER, Ph' D., Assistant Professor of Econornics and Social Science EDGAR K. RUTH, B. S., C. E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, E E, T B II. FRANK K. SECHRIST, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Education. ff 67 WILLIAM TUNSTALL SEMPLE, Ph. D .4,- Assistant Professor of Latin, CD 1' A. Avg! tt HENRY ROBINSON SHIPHERD, Assistant P rofessor of English, A T. EDWARD S. SMITH, M. E., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Matheinatics. CLARENCE D. STEVENS, A. M., Associate Professor of Eagttaa, A T A, qt- B K. I 3 7 3 JESSE FREDERICK STEINER, Ph. D., Ass I istant Professor of Social Science. ERNEST LYNNA TALBERT, Ph. D., Assist t P an rofessor of Psychology, Director of Adniissions, and Supervisor of the Evening Academic Courses. FREDERIC M. THRASHER, A. M., Assistant Professor of Social Science, lib B K, A X A, Acacia BENJAMIN CARLTON VAN WYE, A. M., Assistant Professor. of Public Speaking ani English, T K A. OTTO CHARLES VON SCHLIC ' HTEN, A. B., Assistant Professor of Geology. "H OWARD PORTER WARREN, B. S., M. C. FREDERICK S., Assistant Professor of Finance. I W. WEISSMANN, Ph. C., Special Lecturer in Technical Cheinistry. ORVILLE TURNER WIL SON, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany. BERTHA K. YOUNG, A. M., Assistant Professor of English, 'kAbsent on leave for war service. I 28 I ,2AE. J.. " .J A ig L., FUI ' ...M Hfi vwt ' cxifxd U E Lf 13.3. cH.1.R5-3' ' pp,1.X?-1 5. JAKE CW CHARLES F BQYD DORf'??5? EUXYBRZ 2 EUHR sg PLATT 'MARY 7 AMOS 53 1HR1titx13ft F R513 XIERTQA 5 lx. QD - A.. XM, 3, x S I A . hmnnfwh Instructors of the University U K , of Cincinnati 'ZPSQ5 4 v v . sv. Billtkgng. , FLOYD ELDON BEGHTEL, A. M., Instructor in Botany. h 1 , W. OTTO BIRK, A. M., Instructor in English. I-. 1 . GRACE MOTT BOSWELL, M. D., Med'ical Examiner of Women. CORA MAY BOX, A. M., Instructor in Zoology, A A A. , E. LUCY BRAUN, Ph. D., Instructor in Botany. s my S A E. CHARLES WATKINS BROWN, Mechanician and Instructor in Laboratory Arts V H II- FRANK R. BYERS, A. B., Instructor in English, qw B K. 15 70 JANE CAPE, B. S., Instructor in Dietetics. fi! CHARLES STEWART CARROLL, C. E., Instructor in Civil Engineering. BOYD CHAMBERS, A. B., Director of Athletics, EP I' A. DOROTHY DUKE, B. S., Instructor in Physical Education, A A A.. , EDWARD A. EBERHARDT, A. M., Instructor in Moderzz Languages H r iff' EDWIN W. ESSLINGER, A. M. Instructor in Chemistry, In Charge of Bureau of City Tests PLATT BISHOP EVENS, Mechanician and Instructor in Laboratory Arts. Z fllff s sions, BFMARY E. GROSS, A. M., Instructor in Physical Education. x x 'x X. .vt-1'-iii ' AMOS HEROLD, A. M., Instructor in English. 'lf' T K A' MARJORIE HILLAS, A. M., Instructor in Physical Education.. FRED KENNETH HOEHLER, General Secretary, Y. tif. C. A. IVIERTON JEROME HUBERT, Instructor in French and Italian. A S M4 ASCHACHNE ISAACS, A. M., Instructcr in Psychology. SAbsent on leave for war e vice i291 at HAROLD F IANDA C. E., Instructor in Civil Engineering. BERTRAM JENKINS, A. B., Instructor in English. CHARLES ALBERT JOERGER, M, E,, Instructor in Alechanical Engineering, B A B, H. FREDERICK KOENIG, Ch. E., B. C., LL. B., I Instructor in Conirnercial Law, A K XII, fb A A, A T A, , ARTHUR H. MORSE, Supervisor War Education Department. LEONORA NEUFFER, Ph. D., Instructor in Chernistry. OLIVER MUMFORD NIKOLOFF, A. B., Instructor in Physical Education. ELEANORE CATHERINE NIPPERT, A. M., Instructor in Gerrnan. JAMES LAWRENCE ORR, A. M., Instructor in Physical Education, E T. WM..C. OSTERBROCK, E. E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering. , ?! "'LOUIS A. PASSARELLI, A. M., Instructor in Rornance Languages. f 3 fe K Ik HUGH L. REINECKE, Instructor in Laboratory A rts. CLIFFORD J. ROLLE, Ph. D., Instructor in Chernistry. MEYER SALKOVER, A. M., Instructor in Illathernatics, fb B K. ALMA SAVER, B. S., Critic Teacher in Home Economics, K A. PAUL SCALLON, Bureau of City Tests. FREDERICK F. SCHRODER, C. E., Instructor in Industrial Engineering and Ce BA RT .IENNINGS SHINE, E. E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, B 9 H. ED WILL B. SMITH, B. S., E. E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering. HELEN A. STANLEY, A. M., Instructor in English, K A, CID B K, ALLAN TOWER WATTERMAN, Ph. D., Instructor in Physics. LYNN WIIJSUN, Instructor in Physical Education. CHARLE S ESTES WOOD, Met. E., Instructor in Iifetallurgy. GEORGE i E' ZUGELTER, Instructor in llechanical Engineering. KAbsent on leave for war service. T301 rnent Work. ,hr ff ,sf ,f...4arr.a. K- , 'he' W ' I1 . , . . . 1 gg -. 'F ' es: flllllf .ks ,X sq .. , ...1. Class History E DON'T expect you to read this, no one ever does except the editor and the typesetter. But we really did do things you know, and we have the normal amount of conceit. Here are just a few things that we did. The mat-rush-why, of course we won it! Then, too, we did something rather unusual for a Freshman class-we gave a handsome donation to the Woman's Building. But all this was to be expected with Wfalter Haehnle, Margaret Green, Mary Patterson and John lfVhitely at our head. Was there anything missing in our Sophomore year. There was not! just recall our officers, Ed. Powers, Dotty Cone, Anne Stephens and Bob Todd, and you will not wonder at our athletic achievements, tea dances, etc. Look what Bob, alone, has done since. But enough of this vain glory, war makes it seem so trivial. We did manage to live through last year with its sglump in athletics, its dearth of men, its new and strange war activities. It was no light task for Earl Widau, Martha Anderl son, Catherine Snow and Alexander Patterson to meet the problems that faced them. But there were some bright spots. Our junior-Senior Take-Off, for instance, did liven things up for the Seniors, to say nothing of that class meeting, the first one of its kind in the history of U. C. Well, Francis lrVright was successful, with Dorothy Cone as the fair consort. Assisted by Myrtle Buente and Edward Sudhoff, they carried the work on nobly, despite Varsity's lack of men and the numerous other adversities. And now, after seeing U. C. again safely launched for the future, we will graciously accept our sheepskins and walk out into the wide-open arms of the welcoming world, carrying with us always the memories of our Alma Mater. ff i331 Senior Class Officers FRANCIS WRIGHT, Pres. MYRTLE BUENTE, Sec'y. DOROTHY CONE, Vice-Pres. E. SUDHOFF, TTGHS- me M2514 did. nf mrfmiff rather M5 Mmm 3 Was recaEm!Msgl HDGPEQHN Bmemvg-QQ andszzagnggg SOIL them BEM, ffl-wewiiihfi me be-P nobIy,dm.nl ' ff! .aw Mews 'Wad L, R gd msf-iii:-3,5 W me Q . F. 1, new ,1, 2, 3, 4. ., 2, 3, 4, 53 nittee, S. S, 2, 3y 41 zling, 4. Aq 1, 2, 3, 4, .b, 2: Thoms llass, 3: Stu' 1, 33 Literary matus, 4- i 0 6 V K 4 Z i V 4 4 X P W sf, X If A P i 'Z if J IZ gf if n I if '5 1 K Y' P3 92: 'P 9-'Q 2 E221 il: y 5 Q 1 if f 1 5 Q 'U K '12, S 2 ag 4 gf Z ii we 3,44 MARY ALICE ANDERSON College of Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President, 325 Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council, 13 French Club, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 335 Literary Society, 3, 45 History Club, 4. WILLARD D. ANSPACH Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi A. B., Wfhittenberg Law School Cincinnati Law School Club, 1, 2, 3. FRANK S. ASTON College of Liberal Arts I WALTER THOMAS BAGEL l College of Engineering Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. MARION BEEKLEY Teacher's College lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 41Y- W- C- A-, 2, 3, 4- f' x 'I r rtnfffwim' WQTK7 'K f W I 'X 5 5' 77 A x 'f 5 A 'f- "r E- , . X . 9 Q13 . - 3 si., 4, N . fy - ' . I . 'vyx X9 "' 5 if K 126 1 . 'L :iii - ,P Vw. l "f ' 1 Q f ., ,,. g W Ia .. QM ffriffil f' 5,4 I 1, ' , K, . , . ,eff 'lu 4 . . , 1' i fwdzi ,WPEE .K ,'i.,4f ,Q . y ,fr ' 4' A if f' ' N A fl ' ,4 cf Ai X? , 1' 434 A- , jak? Y f fi f t--NN , rfff. ,fprfzyx 'X 'W ' WW f 5 wwf' if '-,M ,f,V"Q' x"?5:x',ff ' '74 ' ,'-. Q ie, , , ,, .x ', f M C fy x ., J Xt. , fm 4 ff m , I V M :A V, im" . ' ..f:A.1:aK-.,,.gx 141,-,.L4r.3 Lp.: ' ' 1 A f 'ffr gl H Vw - C I ' 4 fvv ,Nui--g mx I V-,J . ,f TRACY ABRAMS College of Liberal Arts MARIE HARRIET ACOMB Pleasant Ridge High School VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 JAMES E. ALLAN Engineering College Alpha Nu Sigma Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Braune Civils, 2, 3, 4, 5, Student Council, 3, Boat-Ride Committee, 5. RUPERrA.ANDEREGG Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Braune Civils, 2, 3, 4, 5, l Varsity Football, 2, 3, Varsity Wrestling, 4. MARTHA ANDERSON College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa Vl'oman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club, 2, Thoms Scholarship, 2, Vice-President of Class, 3, Stu- clcnt Council, 3, 4, Executive Board, 3, Literary Society, 4, Class Prophet, 4, Cincinnatus, 4. a-- iw 1 -Jaw. L15 3 1 - . I.. -, 3, .ly as 57. P. ii., 2: Ciaeinnati S'e:iovcsmp Club, K "1c4,g League, 1, 2, 5, -ly A, 4. H116 5:35 .L-E lxfszgzzc. lv 3' 331 4' 3 5' 45 Y, YY. C. .ta-iff' Bf'5k'3t'B3u' Vhairrmn SCUIO1' txfiev, 4- -L Q Q 1 .V 5.73, LUK- g' f 1 Immging ,xfwzr 'e' ' of Drama 'tf.af'ffff'llffW'tf 1 ,I trcl 3 Y'-ryr? ,f.. + ff BERTHA BRUCKKIAN, "C" Teachers College Klcrcuriales Hughes High School VVoman's League, l, 2, 3, 43 'XYoman's Athletic Council, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Swimming Team, Z, 3, 4 CCaptain lj: Class Basket-Ball Team, 11 Varsity Basket-Ball, 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A., 3, 43 Varsity Hockey, 33 Senior Take-off Committee, 35 Captain Varsity Basket-Ball, 4. WILLIAM BRUGGEMANN College of Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu lVooclward High School Academic Club, 1, News Staff, 2, 3. MYRTLE BUENTE School of Household Arts Hughes High School VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Chemists' Club, 23 Y. VV. C. A., 3, 4: Household Arts Club, 3, 4, Senior Class Secretary, 4. FLORENCE BYER College for Teachers 1Voodward High School VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Menorah Society, 2. HELEN CAMPBELL College for Teachers Nlercuriales 'Womans League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Circle, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Basket-Ball and Baseball, 3, 43 Senior Take-off Committee, 39 Coach of Senior Voclvil Stunt, 4. ALBERT T. BJORN College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi Fitchburg, Mass., High School Braune'Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Football, 3, Boat-Ride Committee, 5. IRENE BLASCH Teachers College Art Academy, 1, 2, Museum Aides, 1, 2, Cincinnati Museum Association, 3, 4, Art Fellowship Club, 3, 4, INoman's Art Club, -1. ELIZABETH BOUND College of Liberal Arts IVoodWard High School Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, -lg Blue Hydra, 3, 4, History Club, 4. HULDA BRACHMAN College of Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta, Dflystic 13 Hughes High School Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, Bird Club, 2, 3, 4, Y. IV. C. A., Cabinet, 3, Assistant Manager Basket-Ball, 3, IVIanager Basket-Ball, 4, Chairman Senior Program and Invitation Committee, 4. LEVVIS P. BROVVN College of Liberal Arts Tau Kappa Alpha Foundation School, London, Eng. Interclass Swimming Meet, lg U. C. Debating Team, 1 CCaptain 2, 31, Ohio Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest Secretary, 3, Drama Circle, 3, Associate Editor '1Scribe," 3, Director Drama Circle, 4. . W, of f '-.iff 'ff S . ' 125.7 Q , ,J , g g i' Zi ji YW f 1 ' A?" buf- 'ff if 21547 5 X mf ! ' ff fly ' if gy 5+ YZ . V MVMW, , , .. ,, . . .1 f A Lf C. N l er:-arah S0- lzztrzimural 1. l.lliWEY,"C" x tl A., 1, 2, -1: I' 1,-:im . 3: lfkifs- V :Ui . . . .Xu In Zi 37 4' i ifjfl, gy 31 4 jg lflcestra. 3, 4: "Xf1W5uf ,..i:i:f.- Editor 5, 4: HIS' lllzzirriittee. .lynn Council. 4' fwziiilivy lv 2' f ? ' fl Z, of I i 7 ,1- X-'X x Kms, . 4 1 . -1 v l ' 5 V. I " we I F" Al. 5 5 1 3'-' -S A? . W 41 iff' 'QE if JIQLLQZZL ,. MARGARET LOUISE CORDES College of Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta 'Woodward High School Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, -1: lVoman's League, 1, Z, 3, -lg Chemists' Club, lg Hockey Team, 23 Blue Hydra, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 4, Vice-President Blue Hydra, -lg Class Week Committee, 4. LUCILLE CRAGG College of Liberal Arts Kappa Delta Hartwell High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, -1. CHARLENE CULBERTSON College of Liberal Arts Delta Zeta VVoodward High School Y. 'W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Reception Committee, 4, Glee Club, 4. JESSIE MAY DANZIGER School of Household Arts Pi Kappa Sigma lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, -lg Household Arts Club, 3, 4 QPresident, 43, Y. W. C. A., -1. JOHANNA S. DAVIS College of Law A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Chemistry Club, 1, 2, 3, -lg German Club, 1, 2, 33 VVoman's League, 1, 2, 33 Drama Circle, lg Political Science Club, 4. PAUL' BURROUGHS CLARK College of Liberal Arts Covington High School HARRY HERBERT COHEN College of Liberal Arts: H. U. C. Academic Club, 1, German Club, 2, Menorah So ciety, 2, 3 CSecretary-Treasurer, 35, Intramural 1 CATHERINE DEVEREAUX COLDEWEY,,"C' College of Liberal Arts Delta Zeta Swimming Team, 1, 2, Baseball Team, 3, ,Ulies tra, 43 Senior Hop Committee, 4. DOROTHY E. CONE College of Liberal Arts ,Delta Delta Delta Walnut Hills High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Vice-President, 2, Bird Club, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 21, Vigilance Committee, 2, Ukestra, 2, Glee Club, 23 Blue Hydra, 2 3, 45 "News", 2, 3, XY. C. A. Cabinet 3, Associate Editor C1nc1nnat1an," 3, Literary Society, 3, 4, His- tor Club 3 4' ' y , , , Junior Prom Committee, 3, Vice-President Senior Class, 43 Student Council, 4, Executive Board, 4, Cincinnatus, 4. HELEN C. COOK College for Teachers Hughes High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic League, 1, 2. Woman's,League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. 1 2 4, Yi ,M 1 4 1 X , ' 43+ 1. 4: 1-,-it . 4: Boar- . 4: Liss Prvsnmen fitrzzztzee, iff-.wgmm :ata-gn. 43 '.Z?EQ15I12.- R , S. 3 1, 3, 4: gf? 'Track 1 ,. +.-.'zm- GEORGE F. EMBSHOFF Collegc of Engineering Alpha Xu Sigma Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A. I. E. E., 1, 2, 3, 5- A. M. E., 31 Junior Prom. Committee, 4: Engineering Tribunal, Chairman, 53 President A. I. E. E., 5. EVELYN MARY ENNEKING School of Household Arts Chi Omega, Mystic 13 Newport High School Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, "News" Reporter, 23 Household Arts Club, 3, 4: Freshman Reception Committee, 4. ELMER S. FEUSSE, "C" College of Liberal Arts VVoodward High School " . Class Track Team, 1, Chemists' Club, 1, 2, J, 4, Varsity Track Team, 3, 4. CHARLES FISCHER, Jr. College of Engineering Phi Delta Theta Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Chemists' Club, 1, 2, ta, 4, Freshman Track Team, l. -a HELEN I. FLANNERY College of Liberal Arts lYoodv.'ard High School junior Baseball, 3, Basket-Ball, 3, 43 Y. XY. C. A., 4, History Club, 4, lYoman's League, 2, 3. 4. in -- Juv f 4 if f' 'ff gf X . A 1 .Y-, v .wa . .-..' I 'li " ,gf 'fi ' Q. , xx., , . f ff ,pq ii' 'XXL f f 1 fw- - eff-fl. Xi . O f V .Q ' . 'QLQZHEQ A - 'QT ' '-' -5 . .1 . gi ,- . . K Z .25 I1 f Vw 1 ' v .' A 'ff T TUNIS DICKERSON College of Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, "Cincinnatian" Staff, 2, 4, Cap and Gown Committee, 4. JOHN ROBERT DORSEY College of Engineering Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Sigma, Ulex Kokomo, Ind., High School Braune Civils, 2, 3, 4, Co-op Club, 2, 3, 43 Boat- Ride Committee, 4, Student Council, 4, Class Treasurer, 4, Executive Board, 4, Freshmen Reception Committee, 4, Vigilance Committee, 4, Co-op Dance Committee, 43 Senior Program Committee, 45' Interfraternity Association, 4, Student Activity Fee Committee, 4, Cincinna- tus, 4. EDNA DOUGLASS College of Liberal Arts Walnut Hills High School , VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 3. VVILLIAM D. EHLERS College of Engineering Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Braune Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Swimming Team, 2, 35 Varsity Track Team, 4. MILTON ELISCHAK College of Liberal Arts 1 Hughes High School Blue Hydra, 1, 23 Menorah Society, 2, 3, Swim- ming Team, 2. lub, 1- ,AL ,vu .ff -fn imizzce, za f 4 M 4 fi 11 I Q3 , IV yy! X 3, ZW ai? Kr I 1' We 1 ,I i fi? H LE 3 :W asf-rf: 'wt f W'3'i 'P:'.f7" -if WF ELIZABETH GATES College of Liberal Arts lVoodward High School Woman's League, 3, 4, Y. TV. C. A., 3, -lg Class Basket-Ball, 3, 4, Chemists' Club, 3, 4, Women's Athletic Council, 4. MARIANNE ANGELA GAU College of Liberal. Arts Ursuline Academy Basket-Ball Team, lg VVornan's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-Ball, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, Sophomore Board of Health, 2, Captain Senior Basket-Ball, 4. EVELYN ROSALIE GAULT College for Teachers Three Arts Club, 1, 2g Art Academy, 1, 2, Museum Aides, 1, 2, Art Fellowship Club, 3, 4, Cincinnati Museum Association, 3, 4. MIRIAM GEIS College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School Wornan's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y. NV. C. A., 3, -1 CCabi- net,4Dg History Club, 4, Glee Club, 4. ALBERT GOLDMAN College of Liberal Arts .fr W: f 6 S 6' 1 0 X ,C in 5. A 5-Vt-. X L, JF. , V " 11 - ' . ""' xx A - 1 v-1 i 5 f .- rf' ' My A k ' " 'lz:Q1x,'F" S A, .ii A33 1 Aa- 1. A. 1 EARL H. FLATH College of Engineering Alpha Nu Sigma, Tau Beta Pi Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, -1, 5: Chemists' Club, 1' A. I. E. E., 1, 2, 3, 5. IMOGENE FOLEY College for Teachers ISER FREUND College of Liberal Arts XVILLIAM LESTER FULDNER College of Liberal Arts VVooclWard High School Drama Circle, 3, 4, Vigilance Committee, 4. ROBERT B. FULLER, "C" College of Engineering Alpha Nu Sigma Senoia CGa.D High School Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Braune Civils, 2, 3, 4, 5 Varsity Track Team, 2, 4: Vigilance Committee 5: Boat-Ride Committee, 5. A 34" 74B! I E M P' - , ,rr 1:-',.3gwrfQf"fg'?jZ fj QQ Q ffl!! If ' - - V ff, ,V my-v..,. 4 0 ," I' ' f 1 1 Q ' 6 V? W' 24 ff ' f 1 A '- ' ' rw ff? ,,.,,4.,, 4 Hia, ,ff N A v ' ' - - f 2 . . . .. -- - I 1 ' ' .' , 354191. 1 ,iw iff? "ff . f XV, v 4 - 1 , f 4 1 , -'-'A-4? ,KZ-5125-ff1+,:.1 uw' 'fig 'f I A . ,V Q? if f 1 E , .in I, 3, 5, eiigue, 43 X '5 I,Cague9 .mm Circle, znzizua, 4- :23, 43: Billie I l l reziiiflcnl, 43 , 1: lrlwliffl' Arts Club, 22213, .Xlphar .1317 3 VLA V" Q. ,mmittcfm I 7 3 4 -. r "" M! .4 Q- Varsity' 1f1r'l', 2' 'sv H1LQktIi'BfLlln .,? if-eltip. 'li r .L :'f"P2f3m Y'-do if was CHARLOTTE HAUPT College of Liberal Arts XVonian's League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A., 1, Z, 3, 4: German Club, 1, 2, 3 CPresident, 21. RUTH HELMERS College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cercle Francais, 3, -1. IENNIE L. HERMAN College for 'Teachers Vifooclward High School LUCAS HERRIN College of Liberal Arts Tubao Union, P. I. Y. M. C. A., 1, 21 Wrestling Team, 2, 43 Lane Seminary, 3, 4. MARY MARGARET HILDEBRANDT College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa YVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, -L, Y. XY. C. A., 1, 2, 3, -lg Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4 CChairman Publicity, -L13 Thorns Scholarship, 2, Glee Club, 23 "News" Staff, -lg Cercle Francais, -L. I . , gif..-K .gg il fi .W -.4 silk - gk' gm. 2 vii it ,, '9 3 '-1 ' fl -3 '- .W ,r "" Yalfxf. r. ,E 1, . Y . , f 1 I T 'lf fu : - M . QR Llgw .Lie . . .re 7 . . by Pf ' . , , 1 5124 ' 4,,, .'f..-. f' +13 M ' . ' ' 54,1 , f. u p TQJ5, t .1,.-39.41. V ,-4 gy. 5gm'v.:' Q ., 1 .i ' Q. . X., .5 lt., . . fk,,,i.x - .5 1 SM kr- - 'L-Tk A V K ..,. 57, I.. L :er - . - :Vi T' 'Ji L 1 5 ' ' - . . f ' - pifvg.. 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Q , ' .ff Q V. , ,I , M., t 'wi .f 11 1- M '. .H fi" W' 252.1 'Mi . . ,f fr if lgrfl ' f Mimi." , is . ,. F ca .5 ww X ,K 'X f,, xl f Q' it -. X-lfcggkfgl 1 faraway is . f: it " M 1,-, ' . -. , WS ' ' 1' 12' "1 , QR :V ,H ' , . 1- 1- . A :fn I., , , . 1 , 1 A. L .K . V4 mf- , ,, M. .,.-- v... .. . . x' 'z Q g , P- .-,J 4,4 .LI r My If ,4 1 5575.3 " . .'i5,fi"fi 1.9 Y gf, Z.: Q ' 9 .' 4 . wit f is ' V 'iff 2 M. H' f' ,. -.vfvfvu .- fr sv -- . 15' r a A 1.."' 1l.,' ,2' figs-' 4,13 .Lv RE. Qc" . ' .fi 9 ' , ., .5 ,gg 1 . ,- Z I 0 gg fd ,X Q ry , V i , " f C 3' 'fu U If :Tr ' s fa' r W 'T 1 'E X if '73 X 'ly We 35. ? Q . it 4 i Kal " i sk' 1 wwf, 3 M :Q V I 3, . 1, 7 Q f .5 xi Z5 ,Y -'Q 3 H HERRIAN C. GRAEBE College of Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Chemists' Club, 1, 2, 3, -lf, 5? CO-O13 Club, ly 2, 3, 4, J. JULIA CADY GRANT College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa YVoodward High School Thorns Scholarship, 2, VVoman's League, 4, "News" Staff, 4. ALICE GRAY College for Teachers Hughes High School MARGARET GREEN School of Household Arts Delta Delta Delta, Mystic 13 Hughes High School Vice-President of Class, 1, VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, 4, Cabinet, 315 French Club, 1, 2, Drama Circle, 1, 2, 3 CSecretary, 22, Chemists' Club, 2g Hockey Team, 23 Bird Club, 2, 3, Household Arts Club, 3, 43 Vigilance Committee, 4, Cincinnatus, 4. WALTER FEID HAEHNLE College of Liberal Arts Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha, Ulex Hughes High School Freshman President, 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3 CExecutiVe Committee, 13 Auditing Committee, 2Dg Football Team, lg Y. lNfl. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3 45, Varsity Football, 2, Vodvil Executive Committee, 2, 3, 45 Vigilance Committee, 2, 4 CChairman, 4D, Blue Hydra, 2, 3 CPresident, 3J, Varsity Basket-Ball, -lg Debating Team, 4, Taft Scholarship, 4, Chairman Class Wreck Committee, 43 Program Committee, -lg Cincinnatus, 4. Ziff ff! . 444 , a ll? . , '1-ig: . ,.,,, A I, , 122, 1917 5 3-LXX, Xt.: U 3, 11.5.-:icing Team, H1152-:et-Ball. 3, 'L - O ' ri-.zzz-101 g 4gYY0!'K13n,5 X ' Z' if 7 3 4. '..-mia.. -f ' ' g,.A ' ' ,4 ygtsnra. 4. Glee mg sl. 1 '-s'?:""S' A liaise, 2, 3,4. f-Q E.. P ' KATHARINE MAY KREIDLIER College for Teachers Delta Zeta, Mystic 13 lValnut Hills High School WOman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 33 Cabinet, 493 Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 43 History Club, 3, 43 Kindergarten Training School, 3, 43.lVar Fund Treasurer, 33 Chairman VVoman's Vigilance Committee, 43 President Students' Club, 43 Glee Club, 4. LORNA CAROLYN KRUSE College for Teachers Kappa Kappa Gamma Hughes High School Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Cincinnati Kindergarten School, 1, 4. CHARLOTTE LANDIS College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa Hughes High School German Club, 1, 2, 33 Thoms Honorary Scholar- ship, 1,.23 History Club, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 453 VVoman's League, 2, 3, 43 "News" Reporter, 2, 3, 4 CManaging Editor, 413 Y. TY. C. A., 2, 33 Literary Society, 3, 43 Woman's Vigilance Com- mittee, 43 Editor of "Scribe," 43 Cincinnatus. HERBERT THOMPSON LEYLAND College of Law Phi Alpha Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha Steele High School, Dayton, Ohio Political Science Club, 13 Speakers Club, 1, 2 CPresident, 213 Purdue-Cincinnati Debating Team3 Y. M. C. A., 23 Academic Club, 23 Captain Miami-Cincinnati Debating Team, 1, 23 Student Assistant in Psychology, 23 Editor "Y" Handbook, 33 Student Activity Committee, 33 Vigilance Committee, 33 President Debating Council, 33 Cincinnati Law School Club, 33 Advertising Manager "News," 33 Varsity Four- Minute Man, 3. ERMA G. LISCHKOFF College for Teachers lValnut Hills High School lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Menorah Society, 2, 3. x . -4 l 1 u rr I 5. n',,f,ff,,1f .f ,r,v 3 7.7, , - iff "e Ax - Wg, . 1. ,,.., ,1 1 ,' 'J 1, fa, wr ' "' ' nt ,.n,i..,,,f V H , f ,X l f I ffl , gf . za- 1 , 4 L lie i -s' Ag, 1 " ,si Q Q ,ll . rig' 7, s "' ,, 0 K 1, ff, f 7 f mfg. , .... ,ff , 1 'A f ef .1'. if .ww 'sw . V.: -' ' f, W? .Z My I 1 1 1 4 f V' fa! , , . 1 . 1 A 1 l, . 15. , if fl as in' gf: X . 1 , , Q' A,,,,., , . . ,,., ,,,,.,, , Z f - f, ,f gn 4... sg' f f 8 gl 4 4 9 if r 49 2 ,'7.i7wi5.g,, .zy , .Z , K, W , 'ix mf, fi-f ' ii f A K 9,17 iv ,gif QQ . ,, G, . .. . i , Q5 , ia 7 -E , , ,V f ,!,.a'm,4QZfj V. li, ,596 Y r qw! f Q L fray 3 J 41 X 3 , r 'Q ' f if ya 1 fa fi its s . l l Q i 4 3 4 1 1 l E? 1, ,, .1 L3 5, A .W QQ! 5 W5 r. wi 6 ff f 1 541 Q '3-'.'WHim 119' ' 'WYVW . ffvsfwgaff sw ff- MARY KUGHLEY HOLLOVVAY College for Teachers Vlfoodward High School JULIUS HOLZBERG College of Law A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Phi Delta Phi Cincinnati Law School Club, 1, 2, 3. YY FERDINAND MYRON ISSERMAN, "C College of Liberal Arts Sigma Alpha Mu Blue Hydra, lg 1'News" Staff, 1, 23 Debating Team, 2, Academic Club, 23 Varsity Basket-Ball, 3, 4. KATHARINE JAMIESON College for Teachers Delta Zeta Batavia, O., High School Western College, lg Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4, WVoman's League, 2, 3, 45 Class Basket-Ball, 2, 3, 4, Senior Take-off Committee, 33 Ukestra, 43 Glee Club, 4, Vigilance Committee, 4. JEANETTE JENKINS College for Teachers Hughes High School Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, lVoman's League, 2, 3, 4 ,m,,,,,-.M ,,,,,., , M, :gm 'ff fin, ,f 'gi W "ff , Q if ? 'fffiiivq , fgnjf , L ,,,. ..., SQA, ' " 5 , 2: 'aw ia. PAL, f. --f ,-Z ug, s 1' fm- ,, ' ,ni 4 V ,W .. M .W 4 f If i " ' -"" 7""1vwa,.....i v n Club, 1, 2, 3, is ,tl TIS hi Sigma nz, -H3 Academic a Chemistry, 32 s Vigilance Com- 4, Committee, 4. Xrzs iUllt'gC f. 3. 41 Hwsehold Arts iifjlfff gt pa rl HQ- K lv 1' 2, Flint jf Qffnff' 4 :Y lYILl.l.'xM A. Xl.XRt.lR.XE c,f1llL'gL' HI l.1lJt'Z':tl .MTS Sigma Phi Alpha Norwood High School Chemists' Club, 1, Z, 3, 43 Y. M. C. A., 2, 3, 4: Academic Club, 33 Ilre-Medic Club, 3, 4: Vin- einnati Section of the American Chemical So- ciety, 3, 4, Assistant Aflvertising Manager ul' "News," 4. LILLIAN ANNE'l"l'.X MEEDS College of Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta lYalnut Hills High School lYoman's League, l, 2, 3, 4 tYice-President, 433 Y. NY. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4 CCabinet, 49: Freshman Dance Committee, lg Glee Club, 2, Ukestra, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, 4j: Drama Circle, 2: Basket- Ball Team Manager, 3, "Cincinnatian" Stall, 3, Red Cross Committee, 33 Classical Club, 3, 4: Chairman Patriotic Campaigns Committee among lYomen, 4: Pan-Hellenic Council, 4, Chairman of Senior Class Plav: Cineinnatus. HAROLD A. MERTEN College of Engineering Chemists' Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Y. M. C. A., 4, 53 Vigilance Committee, 5. MARJORIE JAY MILLER College for Teachers Delta Zeta Hughes High School lYoman's League, 1, 2, 33 Y. XY. C. A., 1, 2, 43 Glee Club, 1, 4, Cincinnati Kindergarten Training School, 3, 4, Students' Club, 3, 4, Class Secretary. MARY ELIZABETH MOORE School of Household Arts Pi Kappa Sigma Household Arts Club, 2, 3, 4 tVice-President, 433 'Womans League, 3, 4. . J WX J . E 4 We JACOB A. LITWIN College of Engineering Chemists' Club, 1, 2, 3, -1, 5, Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. I ARTHUR C. MCFARLAN College of Liberal Arts Vlloodward High School Student Assistant in Geology, 3, 4. VVILLIAM C. MCINTIRE College of Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma Chemists' Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident, 454 Academic Club, 2, Student Assistant in Chemistry, 3, Basket-Ball Manager, 4, Men's Vigilance Com- mittee, 4, Chairman Senior Hop Committee, 4. DAMARIS L. MCMILLAN School of Household Arts Chi Omega Vllilmington QOhioj College Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, 'Womarfs League, 3, 4, Household Arts Club, 3, 4. HARRY MARGOLIS College of Liberal Arts Hebrew Union College Hughes High School Menorah Society, 1, 23 Academic Club, 1, 2, Jewish Vllelfare Board, U. Army, 4 C25 yearj. B. 'T Qu 2 1 if ,, ,f , . , -rs-frff f, fi. , , , x , .. 1 , ,-H? lr I 5 if X 'n . WKMW, . gd, Ag.. , 4 ,I W .,,, , P, , , ,, -' 2 me giwm,.,w,'g.nL, .J42-mf..waW ,ff ,pst X 42. if :lfilce Club, zrgumng School, .fvfh 7 L 2, 5, 4, 5: Foot- 'I Z, 4, 5: Student Lfiub or Day- ii 5,'f'.9T' I? 1"'j,s.l?'.4f'f'i js,jZ'1v.vi.JE -,L ui Lf. A.. 3- E50 K..-:nl 'Xiu 4. m,5:1i.z Ph-bm' iwfm. I-Aft 1, t. 4- ?1H"'i """ . "5" 7-Edlwf' - x.-' , ,va E., .- Xcadmnlc rm. Y- 35 5-, 51.0-75,1 . 3 5 ' , CQ ., . fgwt. ' , 'mtl v . ,E ,M Sang' .gn - nf ..fY2:1aiit...EgrE,,3gcJf 23,4 f lm' fzitflfcfer-img, 3s -1 fftf,gfv:g if..mmg',.u 1 is H W" Ehuiffmyd . 5 .ag . Pvf,i,'. 1 'Ku' vmxf' 4, ELSIE JORDAN College for 'll-zu-lit-i's Hughes High School Y. lV. C. A., 1, German Club, lg Swimming 'll-:mi 2, 4, Junior Basket-Ball, 23 Junior Bzisebzill, 2 Senior Basket-Ball, 35 Senior Baseball, 3. MARGARET H. JORDAN College for Teachers Hughes High School Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 33 lVoman's League, 1, 2, J, -1 Bird,Club, 2. OSCAR S. JUERGENS College of Engineering lYoodwarcl High School Braune Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, S: Co-op Club, 1, 2, 5,-1, 5 Boat-Ride Committee, 5. HOXVARD KENNETH JUSTICE College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Sigma Covington High School Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Braunc- Ciyils, 2, 3, 4, J CTrcasurer, 23 Secretary, 323 Football Team, l Basket-Ball Team, 1, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 5 Varsity Basket-Ball, 2, 3: Varsity Track, 2, 3 tee, 55 Director of Varsity Club, 5. HELEN KAHLE College for Teachers Alpha Chi Omega lYalnut Hills High School 'XVoman's League, l, 2, 3, 41 Y. lY. C. A., 1, Z, 3, -1 - '- - , 1, ,A.j -5 'fli ' A - Y' , K Y : -I G ' L12 l 'A 'ky 'Hr' r EH fi ,. . H , . , - , , . , A X igilance Committee, J, J: Boat-Ride Commit F 2. We 11 g 44 -24 1 Q W ', 1 I ,Z a IX .cy '5- as 'f - - RUTH ELLEN MOGRE College for Teachers Hughes High School VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, -L CCabinet, 453 Glee Club, 1, 2, Cincinnati Kindergarten Training School, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. MORGAN College of Engineering Chemists' Club, 1, A. I. E. E., 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Foot- ball, 1, 23 Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, -1, 5, Student Council, 1: Cincinnati University Club of Day- ton, 3, 4, 5. MARIORY HELEN MORRIS College for Teachers Loveland High School ALICE C. MYERS College for Teachers Hughes High School 'Womans League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. VV. C. A., 3. WILLIAM MACKIE MYERS College of Liberal Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Sigma, Phi Alpha Delta, Uiex A Covington High School Y K 'lCincinnatian" Staff, 1, 2, 3 CArt Editor, 23 Editor- in-Chief, 353 Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3, Academic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 QDirector, 3, -lj: Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3 CCabinet, 2, 35, Student Council, 2, -1 CChairman Auditing Committee, ell, Art Editor 'lScribe," 2, Treasurer and Director Political Science Club, 23 Interfraternal Delegate, 2, 3, +1 CPresident, ll, Junior Prom. Committee, 3, Vigilance Committee, 3, 4, Blue Pencil, 3, Col- lege of Law, 4, Chairman Student Activity Fee Committee, 4, Cincinnatus. JV ew ,, ,,,..-.,..,.., V , 1' " Q 7 . 'ww-. -f 'few fi! I 'WE ',,'f, ,,L.,V-,3- u ' . ' -.L N., '-it ,. V.: , Y, I c ,,', ff'-WI. i.-, f 't f . 'Y 'H .i7Z"ffQ 1? K fffff ,fg- .f ' 'fn ff f QYYW .1 ., e' if .f ,i 2 L Ag n 5' 'lub, 4: oman's it Co-op l. C. A., gp Club, I. E. E., lol Ofnfnittee , rn. 4 ,,i3 .5 I. 5.1 .::sg.+qv5.i:f, , - q- ..52-- Q -1 Q Wflf--X-"9i'.1..Q'x1 .---dw f-Q., . . . ,. ., . ,, . ETHEL GRACE KIENZLE College for 'l'L.'flCllL'l'S lYOOLlXX'1ll'fl High Selinnl ELSA P. KIMBALL College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School lVon'1an's League, 1, 2, 3, -lg German Club, 3, 4 Y. VV. C. A., 3, 43 Ukestra, 3, 4: Literary Soeietg Secretary, 45 Associate Eclitor "Seribe," 4 Class Historian, 4. EARLE B. KINCAID College of Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Chemists' Club, 2, 3, 4, 5 MARY KINNEY College of Liberal Arts Mt. St. Joseph Academy Newman Club, 2, 3, -L. ARTHUR HENRY KNEBEI, College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi Chemists' Club, 13 Co-op Club,'l, 2, 4. 5: .XZ F. M. E., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Engineering Tribunal Yiet- Chairman, 5. n . , . , Qt ' -. 1 -4. , r . -5, l - ' , ,Q ,Z .. . 4 . ..,. 'S A llif r 'l" l '-' I -- - ,v,:-r':.,.g:f ri Qzst' j 5- S-l ff 'Inari V2 LYWWE wig gil E .EMQR Q i3afE...sPf2g sf , if V5 ffijfh A . . 7 ,ass af'Q.,,:f -A ' ,ff 4 ini f s ' ' 357, 1. , ,' ' . ful' QQL ' I .. L so M -i cf -' fi M. . ' is A , e .g . . . 1' -. ', . """ Q T5 1 fl' 21 , , fe .K 'sf dll' H H - :Ai . - ' ff' 1 4 s J I f p 1 0 4 1 -A -Q . -n ,f 4 'r v F41 1 1 r 1 1 v . 1 . , nf f r f 39' 'V ', if V Q , 'feat 1 -i Q A ,. L f 1 1' A' - my 1 A f '- .. 1 'R Wg f- 15543 l :O i 1 9 1 'A , 4 il: EM, 1' ' ., ? 79:0 ' 'Zi ' ' li, ff Z4 ,. a, 6 . . gas, f 4 , 4, 4 ,i, , . 515 his EU' QQ Ei. gel Ui 121 f H 1 ff, ,-4, 1lL.gg.--.- . 3 57 1 rx' 221 1.2 .,,, Zegl W 1 gl ' "1 ji 53 ww QV E.. ff g rx jf PHAXNA KAHR College of Liberal Arts Hoehcre Maedchenschule, Soest, Cfcrmany Bartholomew-Clifton German Club, 3, Blue Hydra, -1: History Club, 4, Bird Club, 3, -1: Y. XV. C. A., -1: Woman! League, -1. CECIL A. KAPP College of Engineering Chemists' Club, 1: A. I. E. E., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 1, 5, A. S. M. E., 3, -1: Y. M. C. A., 3. HENRY A. KATZ, "C" College of Engineering Chemists' Club, 1: Baseball, 3, -1, 5: Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 25, Varsity Basket-Ball, 53 A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4, 3. ERXVIN C. KELLY College of Engineering Pleasant Ridge QOhioD High School Braune Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Boat-Ride Committee, 5, Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. JENNIE HARRIET KEMP College for Teachers St. Bernard High School .YA .I-f 5 bfi, V W w0nw,1,- M ' ' Q QQ, MX'- 49 .N , , ,. , ' ,,-f .fwe w A 1' A 5 fi ff ' 1 L QW s-:H-,.,.-v ,..? 'ff . f , -4 1-e 'Y - X.. . .. A 'Q 2' 'J ' Z . .. 2.5,-q',.... MZ- .:,,:,. 7 imies lYoman's Team, 2 3 oarcl,3,.1,3 fe 3 -L- 'QI -l:'Stu: xv. c. A., l, 2, 3, 4, 3 .s' Club, 1, Engineering 2 Freshman A., 1, 2. ., 1918 .Xlpha Kappa 4,5 Commerce Jzmists' Club! 53 Assistant 3lanagfff.,3l Q1 :ASSOCW-tlon er "News" 35 4: Vigilance 1 Gowflicom' gneinnailx Law Q Law School 4 .1 lj,-l',3 .1, I, Dy . 3 1 a lil Vflfi s matte", Ui C135 I 0 l N MARGUERITE REID College of Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa Mystic Thirteen Norwood High School Y. XV. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, ll'om:ui's League, l, 2, 3, 43 Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 2, 33 Studtnts Council Secretary, 33 "Cineinnntian" Stall, 3, 4 CAssociate Editor, -ll, 'lNews", 3, 4 lRt-porter, 3, Associate Editor, ill, Student Assistzmtin Polit- ical Science, 4, Woman's Panhellenie Association, 4, 4th Liberty Loan Committee, 4: Student Activity Committee, 4, Senior Hop Committee, 4. HORTENSE M. REITER College for Teachers Hughes High School Vllornarfs League, 1,'2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 4: Blue Hydra, 3, 4. EUNICE RIGGS School of1Household Arts llloodward High School Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, Household Arts Club, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 41. 3 MARGUERITE RUNCK School of Household Arts Hughes High School Fleischman Scholarship, 13 Chemists' Club, 23 'Woman's League, 3, -lg Household Arts Club, 3, -lg Y. NV. C. A., 4. LOUISE SCHAEFER College of Liberal Arts Chi Omega lYoorlward High School Womans League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. XY. C. A-. l, 3. 3. 4- ? 4 7 ' T ' fx! l 31 .5 ,g 4' Q' Sr ml v' n 1 ?fz+ ,....s44 ,. f i -A . 257: 1 . E vu, .1 far ' 554 lfimcf.-fc R ' . 't 'f , ,1-U :..g I 1 Viiwir' -R92 ' R W .4 . f .1'.g:, -2-.-:za Q3 my me FE HL'Sf2Q ,gi 'ALS if .4 ,1 .. ,.-'fff' :Fi g it A 3 .- .,,,yf,. , .- AL . -A - -.,,,,,- . , ,, sv s, . - , f 2' Q .fgs-fp P 1-" q , 4. 1 1 it ifaawffi -' ' . - M qs-:f r ' Y 1 - ,Q E.. 'Q lx - ' " H 3 1" 1 ,, 4, , ks r tel .," 'ty 1' 1 1' -1. ' x1q.mJ, P t Us 9 If X X ,Q 'nv -Lv Y r :Mr VV . N1 -Q. Q.. Vx ' -1 F ' A l . 'a . 1. , ., 1,1 ,vt l H. Q I- f 51. I A Fay, uv" 3' E4 1 Af ,A I 5 'M . 5 35 1 3: .3 0 1. 1 , ,. . , 15 I . ' 4 .Si .,, I. 4 H 1 V .A., .X a y , I 1 3' ' fs ,Q 1' ff 0 it 1 4 J' 14 K if J wi 5 YZ J ff 'f am .Fr-93.1, ar.. :arf f, WM gi ' A A.A a 'ff 1 2 W , .aww 4 8 X A W gf ,UV 1 I? I 2 1 4 AA vi ZA 15, ff f fd f 1 ' v 1 Q f t ei 2 ti., 1 E ev 'Y 'i"- - '.i'g,-:jf riffs: 045- ' 2' . .., ,. .,,.. ...,....'x.- . ...LL..i.?.1.':5Ls!40?ik,: ANNE B. KNIGHT College of Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta, Mystic 13, Mummies 1Yyoming High School X 1 7 3 4 CSecrct1ry 45' 1Vom1n's Y.W.C..-., ,-.1, -.nec f, . C League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain Hockey Team, 2, Student Council, 2, 3, 4 CExecutive Board, 3, 4, Secretary, 35, Vigilance Committee, 3, 4, History Club, 4, Program Committee, 4, Stu- dent Activity Committee, 3, 4, Y. TY. C. A., Cabinet, 4, Cincinnatus, 4. C. L. KOEHLER College of Engineering Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A. S. M. E., 1, 2, 3, -1, 5 CSecretary-Treasurer, 4, Sl: Chemists' Club, 1, Y. M. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5 CSecretary SD, Engineering Tribunal, 4, Vigilance Committee, 5, Freshman Reception Committee, 5. BLANCHE KOENIG College of Liberal Arts Covington High School Womans League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2. NVILLIAM H. KGENIG College of Law A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Phi Alpha Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Hughes High School "News" Staff, 1, 2 CAssociate Editor, 43, Commerce Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Glee Club, 1, Chemists' Club, 1, 2, Academic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Assistant Manager Varsity Basket-Ball, 2, Manager, 3, Y. M. C. A., 2, 3, 4, 5, Debating Association Secretary, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager "News," 3, Blue Pencil, 3, Board of Control, 4, Vigilance Committee, 4, Chairman Cap and Gown Com- mittee, 4, Debating Team, 4, Cincinnati Law School Scholarship, 5, Cincinnati Law School Club, 5, Varsity Club, 5. IRXVIN L. KOHLMANN College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi Hughes High School Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Braunc Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 CSecretary, 3, Vice-President, 4l, Prize Day Committee, 5, Boat-Ride Committee, 5, Class Day Committee, 5. . , ,c .. , I Q s W 7 A i4 - :Q ' , . ,f ' Y. me uf, , -. .1 'Mi . 4 Q , ,f. nf ff .,., 4,4 if Q, 'aw I 'f,,,,i7l 'M V 4 57 Q4 . ifif 1. if rf . F 3'-in my 4 . my V- fm , Lal if 1, 2, 2.5,-L ouncil, 'o, 3, 4: Drama Club, ugue, 4 - ...aa ..2L1..L. MARY FRANCES SETCHEI. College of Liberal Arts Madisonville High School Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, -L CTreasurer, 453 Woman's LCPISUC, 1, 2, 5, -lg Blue Hyrlra, 2, 3, -l: llistory Club, 3, -L CTreasurer, -U3 Birtl Club, 5, 4. MARGUERITE SHIGLEY College of Liberal Arts Kappa Delta Wfalnut Hills High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 33 Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, History Club, 3, Proctor Committee, 3. CHARLES S. SHRYOCK, "C" College of Engineering Phi Delta Theta Chemists' Club, 13 Co-op Club, 1, 2, 5, -1, 5: A. I. E 1 7 3 4 5 fChairm'1n 5 Prcshin E. .,,-,,, 6,334-5 an Football: Sophomore Footballg Varsity Football, 4, 5 CCaptain, SJ, Varsity "C" Club, 4, 5: Y. M. C. A., 3: Vigilance Committee, 53 Engi- neering Tribunal, 5: Varsity Basket-Ball, 5. PEARL SILVERSTEIX College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School 'Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4. META LAURA SIMON College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School YX'oman's League, 1, 2, 3, -1: Blue I-ljnilra, 2, 3, 4. ws M WW 81 'rn K' A .,....w. Q 5,45-gg L. 1 . . + Nw... wr., ,,. ggi., ,F , ..,. I aw- . ' .... wg'-,f-: . . N.. . . . r JESSE VIRGIL SMYTHE College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi Greencastle, Ind., High School Braune Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 CVice-President, 4Dg Co-op Club,'1, 2, 3, 4, 53 U. C. Boat-Ride Com- mittee, 53 junior-Senior Party Committee. CHARLES H. SLOAN, Jr. College of Engineering Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma Chemists' Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 333 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee, 33 Freshman Track T eamg Freshman Reception Committee, 4. LELAND H. SMITH College of Engineering Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cross-Country Team, 2, 3, Varsity Track Team, 2, 3, A. S. M. E., 2, 3, 4, 5 CPresident, SD. CATHERINE SNOW College of Liberal Arts Chi Omega, Mystic 13 Norwood High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4 CCabinet, 4Dg Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President, 453 Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3543 "News," 2, 3, 4 CAssociate Editor, 355 History Club, 3, 4 QPresident, 45, Literary Socie- ty, 3, 4, Vigilance Committee, 3, 4, junior Class Secretary, Student Activity Committee, 45 Student Council, 43 Cincinnatus. MILDRED E. SNYDER College for Teachers Oakhurst Collegiate School VVoman's League. rm , .,,. ., vi. .VA I : , L -A vi. f ff - Q- 'N , ,nf ., 1. N E f 2 lf AQ- , f' e7 77' I ?'- , 3 ,-gf,-. ,,,, - z at ., .li W X 1 7 , f Z, -73.45, W y,-IQ ,EK , 1 , I 1 . ' f ri .' I -. , ' , L4 I 4 , 25,792 'Q 2 Q - " .W 'Z "if 5 , .14 W, f .f ' 9"qw'6 5 y N-. 3 xp- Y ' 5135 ,, ' i n. ,, i I Z EEQI7 MH , ' .. aswafccm 1 if + f:'5H4f "'33Ziq.,f? ,T ' ' -- Y -1 ' if . ., 4' A Q-'5Y.-4 .l6Y1lf, .ue Com- tree. ia Y. Rl. C. mittee, 33 Reception :ry Team, m. Bl. E., 45: AA. :ine Hydra. gfiimr. 32: frary' SOC19' glinlfjl' ClaiS .frllgtllcv ' ARNGLD NEUFFER College of Engineering Braune Civil, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, MARJORIE NICHOLS College for Teaehers Kappa Alpha Theta Hughes High School 'Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A., l, 2, 3, 43 Student Club, 3, 4: Cincinnati Kindergarten Training School, 3, 4, Cvlee Club, 3. ALFRED J. NOCKA College of Mechanical Engineering Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 A. I. E. E., 1, 2, 3, A. M. E., 3, 4, 5. CLIFTON DWIGHT NORRIS College of Engineering Alpha Nu Sigma Hume Fogg High School, Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt University Braune Civil Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 tSeert-tary, 413 Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Enlistecl Private, 3211 Engineers, U. A., to july 30, WIS: Senior Boat-Ricle Committee, 5: Senior Hop Commit- tee, S. EARL OTTO College of Liberal Arts Chemists' Club, l, 2, 3: Y. Rl. C. A., 1. "4 MARIE OYERKIAXN College of Liberal Arts Q Ursuline Academy Q 4, . g MARY A. PA'l"llERSUX V College of Liberal Arts Chi Omega, Phi Beta Kappa Hughes High School . . ...,,..., . MARADN PAVER School of Household Arts Delta Delta Delta Hughes High School 3, 1 QSecretary, -lj. PEARL BEMIS PERSONS ary Society, -L, Drama Circle, 4. JOSEPHINE PETERSON College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa Hughes High School Club, 3, 4. 1? is , 3 vi yi 54 3,2 A iz 1' " if If "' 1' his A Q' -.- 'J . .1 .i,i. :iff . as 6 ff F ,Q " ff A I .-Y 1 , Qifhfwkf Ik 4 . .V ' S 'n 5 - nf - --- ' 'V' ' f' "2 " A' ,, , 1 -Q V' " : ' V , - Q an f nv ,.'gf2f1 Qg,1'af ..'-ff' W flu f "4-A 1 4' 1 ' - I :.'- ' 7155- 5 'W' 1 A , 1 , "' 1 Pi.. 1 ' 4 ' - V.i f f ,A . ',. - ' -, 1 . I 41 at 41-1 .2 11.51 '-mfg u , -V .,. . 'ffrZ4Yf'f'f,, 'Nm lf, LI gyilfimg 'T 7 . , I . V . L. i In .4 l. lV,iZ,M PM D, , 73- .:" ' . 5 --'- '-f ' A f If N4 ' ' nw . .. ' f f Af 95 5 .1 5 ' 1 45-. -f'fff ' Q3 , XVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A., Cercle Francais, 2, 3, -L CSecretary, 4jg Y ll' C A 1 7' XYomau's League, 1, Z, 3, -1, Secretary of Freshman Class, 13 U. C. Bird Club, 2, 3, French Club, 5, 4, Literary Society, 3. 1 YVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, -1, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, 'L 'LEA1 f U. C. Bird Club, 1, 2, Household Arts Club, Classical Club, 1, 2, 3, -1, Cercle Francais, 4, Liter- 2, 3, 4, History -, 2, 3, 45 . C. Bird Soeiety,3. 'V 7 'i I 7 3,-1, Arts Club, mis, 42 Litef- 7 3,42 .X., -, 'i 41: i r 11 B MILDRED PPISTER College of Lilierxtl .Xrts College of Commerce Commerce Club, 4. ,. M 'ifvvr fl44oU1A-6 L i' , 'Ill PICHEI. College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa 'Walnut Hills High School First Thomas Honorary Scholarship, lg First McMicken Honorary Scholarship, 23 Blue Hydra, ul, 2, 3, lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, Meno- rah Society, 2, 3 fSeeretary, 323 Students' Guide Club, 2, 3, Ukestra, 3. BENJAMIN PHINEAS PINK College of Law llioodward High School Secretary of Freshman Class, 1: Legal History Prize, lg Debating Team, 1, Cincinnati Law School Club, 1, 3. EDGAR M. POIVERS College of Liberal Arts, College of Law Sigma Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha, Ulex, Phi Beta Kappa Hughes High School Academic Club, 1, 2, 3, -1 CSecretary-Treasurer, 23 Director, 3, 4jg "News" Reporter, lg Chemists' Club, 1, Track Team, 1, 2, 3 CTristate Meet Committee, 25, President Sophomore Class, 23 Debating Team, 2, 3 CCaptain, 23, Student Council, 2, 3, -1 tExeeutive Board, Auditing Committee, 25 Auditing Committee, 3: Vande- ville Committee, -lj: Student Board of Health, 23 Vigilance Committee, 2, 3, -lg Thomas Honorary Scholarship, 2g Junior Prom Committee, 33 Political Science Club, 3, Spanish Club, 33 Assistant Manager of Bookstore, 3: Student Activity Fee Committee, 33 Ivy Orator, 3, -13 College of Law, -13 Calesidoe Club of Law College, -lg Cincinnatus. CEDRIC JOSEPH PRIEBE College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, -1, 5 fVice-President, -lg Presi- dent, Sjg A. S. M. E., 1, 2, 3, -1, 5: Assistant Engineer Editor of "News," 53 Engineering Tribunal. 1 K 3 i Art Fel- in Asso- esiflent, -ll? Circle, 1, 2, imc. l- Z' 3' 4' 1 5-1, J' 4' ' I-Cihflcfiiaften .el nuff! i MARGARET SPIC K ER College for 'lleachers Kappa Kappa Gamma lValnut Hills High School b Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 33 ll oman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y Y. XV. C. A., l, Z, 3, 43 Freshman lxeccption Committee, 4, Kindergarten Training Scllnrul, 'Y 1 4 . , , ELIZA B ETH N OL' R S E STA C Y College of Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mystic 13 Covington High School lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, -lg Blue Hydra, 1, 2, 3, 4 CPrcsident, 49: Literary Society, 4. HOWARD E. STAPLETON, "C" College of Liberal Arts Ulex Xlloodward High School cademic Club, 1, 2, 3: University "News," l, 2, 3, 4 thlanaging Editor, 33 Editor-in-Chief, 423 Political Science Club, Z3 Intramural Associa- tion President, 3, Manager Varsity Basket-Ball, 3, Assistant Manager Varsity Football, 33 Vigi- lance Committee, 3, 4 tVice-Chairman, 493 Asso- ciate Editor "Cincinnatian," 43 Athletic Coun- cil, 43 Chairman Varsity Vodyil Committee, 43 Board of Control of Bookstore, 43 Y. AI. C. A. Cabinet, 43 Cincinnatus. CECILLE J. STARK, "C" College for Teachers Klercuriales lValnut Hills High School lVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Swimming Team, 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Basket-Ball, lg Common's Com- mittee, 2: Bird Club, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Council, 2, 3, 4 tSecretary, 255 Varsity Basket-Ball, 2, 3 4 CCaptain, 3J3 Class Baseball, 3, 43 Class Hockey Team, 3, Vigilance Committee, 3, 4: junior Show Committee, 33 "Cincinnatian" Staff, 3, 45 Student Activity Committee, 3, 4, Proctor Committee, 3, Varsity Swimming Team, 4, Cincinnatus. MARY STEI NER College of Liberal Arts Mystic 13, Phi Beta Kappa Hughes Hi h School , g K 'XVoman's Lcaguefl, Z, 3, 4 tCabinet, 3, 41: Y. XV. C. A., 2, 3, 43 French Club, 2, 3, 4 tVice-President 3: President, 413 "News," 2, 3, 4 tAssociate Edi- tor, 3, 433 Glee Club, 23 History Club',l3, 4 fSCCI'CtZ1I'j', 43: Literary Society, 3, 4 lVice-Presi- dent, 33 President, 45: junior Show Committee, 35 Vigilance Committee, 3, 4: "Cincinnatian" Stall, 33 AIcAIicken Honorary Scholarship, 33 Board of Control of Book Store, 3, 4 tSt-cretary, -ll: Class Poet, 43 Student Council, 4: Vodyil Committee, 4. K, I - ' ' " ,sw-" ' - v. ,, ' V' i item.. - Q.: ,., Q 1 U- V 4 :E ,- I '- ' ' ax N- ,' I 5 st 7 '43 Flin bl Q .1 . 4 5 . J e. , . . i 1' 4 no i his V? , . f a 4 LAWRENCE H. STELTENPOHL College of Law A. B., St. Xavier College, 1916 Law School vs. Kentucky State Debate, 13 Law School Club, 1, 35 Librarian, 2, 3, Sayler Prize in "Bills and Notes," 2. ANNA H. STEPHENS College of Liberal Arts ' Kappa Alpha Theta Hughes High School W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4 CCabinet, 43: Class Secretary, 23 Sophomore Board of Health, History Club, 3, 4 CVice-Presi- dent, 45, Classical Club, 3, 4, "News," 3, Vigi- lance Committee Secretary, 4, Literary Society, 4: Senior Class Play Committee. Y. FLORENCE STUART College of Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta, Mystic 13, Mummies Hughes High School Y. W. C. A., 1,i2, 3, 4 CCabinet, Zlg Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4 CCabinet, 2, 3, President, 45, Vigilance Committee, 2, 3, 4, Class Basket-Ball, 1, 2, Sophomore Hockey Teamg Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Board of Health, Student Activities Committee, 3, 4, Chairman junior Showg "News" Staff, 33 "Cincinnatian" Staff, 3, Vodvil Committee, 4, Cincinnatus. EDWARD B. SUDHOFF College of Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta St. Xavier College Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 33 Academic Club, 1, 2, 35 Politi- cal Science Club, 1, 2, Spanish Club, 13 "News," 13 Senior Hop Decorating Committee, 2, 3 CChairman, 3Dg "Cincinnatian" Staff, 3, Class Treasurer, 4. ANNE MARIE SULLIVAN College of Liberal Arts Walnut Hills High School lrVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basket-Ball Team, 3, 4: Classical Club, 3, 43 Class Baseball Team, 3. 4, , .... . 0 iv. 1: Law ayler Prize V x .1L, l, 2, 3, -L bophomore QX we-Presb .. , ,. . vs. o:X'1g1- 'ury Society, dummies 113 YVOmaD'S President, 4l: 5 Basket-Ball, Blue Hydra, :mhz Student ,irman junior tim" Staff, 3: s. 1 2.5:P0ll'flj :gh llhxews' mmiuee. 21 3 - ff, 3: Class 518. , 5 y y rl B'y,SkCt'Ba1 l VL 'll1l'l.-3: Bidebau T HC Phi .Xlphzi Della QDRIAS LERUY T.XI.l.liX'l'Ilxl Cullege uf l.:iw l Bell evue High Sigh Law Debating Team, 1, 2: Law S TPI'CSlflCI'1f, 323 HClHL'l1l!lllll1lIlH Four-Minute Klan, 3. XVILLIAM BRYAN 'l'gXL'I,Kl.XX College of Engineerm Braime Civil Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Lim mpQll1m 3 4 5 X , , . LEE ROBERT TEBUW College of Engineering Xlborlwarrl High Selmul C0-op Cluh, 1, Z Y l ,3,4,5:.X.S.Kll l wiv .KL C .-X., 2, 3, -l. DORIS TIETIG College of Liberal Arts Hughes High Sehwol Drama Circle, -l. FRED C. TODD, jr. College of Engineerm Sigma Delta Pi, Tau B Li I 1 Hughes High Sehufnl Brauue Civils, 1, 2, 3, -l, 5: Cu-up C lull I 7 w 4 Boat-Rifle Committee, 5: Zfl I. -Xrtille-ry, .-X. E. F., Frzmve. E E 5 F LILYMAE WATTS College of Liberal Arts Woodward High School W'oman's League, 1, 2, 3, 49 Y. W. C. A., 13 Drama Circle, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President, 453 French Club, 2,.3, 4 CTreasurer, 45, junior-Senior Show Com! mittee, 3, Senior Class Play Committee. JUANITA WEATHERBY College for Teachers - lrVoman's League, 2. OLGA WEISS College for Teachers 'T Hughes High School Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Circle, 2, 3, 4, Kindergarten Training School, 3, 4. PAULINE BENSON WERNER College of Law A. B., University of Cincinnati ,1916 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Circle, 2, 3, 4, Chemists' Club, 2, 3, 4, Law School Club, 5, 6, 7. ALTA GRACE WHEATON College for Teachers Woodward High School Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, Woman's League, 1, 2, 3. SARAH HARRIET WHITE College for Teachers Vtialnut Hills High School LUCILE WILLARD College of Liberal Arts Norwood High School Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2,'3, 43 VVoman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3 4 Secretary 3' President 4 g Y Y 4 .,v! 7 J Drama Circle, 4, Senior Hop Committee, Ukestra, 3, 4 CSecretary, 4D. HENRY A. WOLSDORF College of Engineering Tau Beta Pi A. S. M. E., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 CSecretary-Treasurer, 3, President, 453 Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. FRANCIS J. WRIGHT, "C" College of Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Sigma 'Ulex Co-op Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Braune Civils, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 CVice-President 4jg Class Football, 1, Class Track, 23 Varsity Football, 3, 4, 5, Vigilance Committee, 4, 5, junior Prom Committee, 49 Y. M. C. A. Staff, 4, 5, "NeWs"' 4,5 CStaff, SD, Class President, 55 President Student Council, 55 V ice-President Varsity Club, 53 Associate Editor "Cincinnatian," 5, Interfraternity Association, 53 Chairman Football Banquet Committee, 5, Boat-Ride Committee, 5, Associate Editor Tau Beta Pig Student Activity Committee, Cincin- natus. MARGHERITA VVUENKER College of Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappa Vifoodward High School Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vvomafvs League, 1, 2, 3, 4: Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, Thoms Honor- ary Scholarship, 2, Cercle Francais, 3, 4 fV1C6- President, 4j. 6. ivigi E1 WT' v s. ,,,..,xf.- - 1"5, in .,. .5 3 .. L Wu"-"1'1' S. F'-Uljffnf .dll in an ELIZABETH I. ZIMMERMAN College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School Y. VY. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 45 History Club, 3, 4 CProgram Chairman, 45, Glee Club, 3, 4 CTreasurer, 3, Secretary, 453 L'Cincin- natian" Staff. ELIZABETHEIR. ZORN School of Household Arts Hughes High School 'Woman's League, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Blue Hydra, 2, 3, 4, 5, Household Arts Club, 3, 4, 5. Qgbfvwzildfi Sv-M-A'RTE'l9ICHEL College for Teachers Chemists' Club, 1, 2, VVoman's League, 1, 2, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 43 Menorah Society, 1, 2, 45 Class Swimming Team, 1, 2, 45 Class Basket-Ball, 1, 4. STEPHEN JAMES MADDOCK College of Liberal Arts Woodxnfard High School Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 CCabi- net, 4Dg Chemists' Club, 4. .ABRAHAM ISAAC SHINEDLING College of Liberal Arts Hughes High School Junior Class Officers ED. STRIETELMEIER, Pres. AMELIA TAYLOR, Se-c'y. 0 MARY KRAMER, Vice-Pres. R. STOEHR, Treas. C Q Tv "Gs junior Pro: establisivi for the bei it for three Sisson. wif: secretan: By ik ' mail box a: barred to u these the leader Greter. wr assistance spring dag Thankg fhejfif ge Same and E :Uthoug recompensi Semester. PM she Slvsn oi 13 HOOI, was leadefihfg . b ' 5 3 Amfblza O S Q , A RESHMEN Z"-. UHNUIU l TRIAL L X 1 x l 1 E CAME into existence here at Varsity While the "old order" still existed. There Was a girl's bumming-room and a girl's mail box in McMicken. "Get-Wise" Meetings and Tea Dances Were held in the Commons 7 Junior Prom's and Senior Hops took place in the men's gym according to long- established tradition. Speaking of Senior Prom's, it Was our Freshman class that Won the prize for the best-decorated corner, taking it away from the Seniors Who had held it for three preceding years. Dick Griffith Was president then, with Dorothy Sisson, vice-presidentg Donald Patterson, treasurer, and Esther Sechrist, secretary. By the next year, gone Was our delightful bumming room, the convenient mail box and our Well-beloved Batteries. Even the convenient Commons was barred to us, and Solomon no longer jigged at our tea dances. We made up for these losses by turningour energies to Red Cross and military drill. Under the leadership of "Cy" Osborn, Sylvia Luebbert, Arlie Daniels and Kenneth Greiser, We displayed our histrionic ability in the 'vodville' and gave-with the assistance of "Skin" Young-several peppy tea dances, andalmost gave a spring dance Cif you don't believe this, consult the annals of the class.j Thanks to the "Flu" and the S. A. T. C., We received no conditions during the first semester of this year. We played a part in tying Miami to a scoreless game and helped honor our football men-see the golden charms. Although We lost the S. A. T. C. in the middle of the year We Were fully recompensed by the return of many of our Warriors in time for the second semester. For the first time in the annals of Varsity history, the Junior Prom has been given off the campus. This year, due to the impossible condition of our gym Hoor, it was given at the Gibson. It was a Wonderful success-given under the leadership of Ed. Strietelmeier, Roberta Stoehr and Bob Thayer, and inanced by Amelia Taylor. V1 I I Sophomore Class Officers CARL FREY, Pres. HERMINA HOPPE, Vice-Pres. DURf J'I'HY DYSART, Sec'y. JQHN TfjDD, Treash I 72 I TTEN dal end and mf' 1:1165 ' prCSidEI1'L. the 11132 1 We amen all prvgff Who gaf' about om acquainfl Eyes Babe, om stated fox Next heh is Doroth And last. At re begin wh .tofore ab rather tl Do You 31 Now 2 -No Om WSI. the Humber is the names The blood f0H0Wi1'1g. the flames We mmm last Year. Q have that UHPHHMHHEH2 ZPU H10 ,-- - C+ 93 532355959321 QQQ? 5555? 332952652 :S 4,,cocD5-CDCDEQQZ 54003. 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If the Freghz Dare I mm ffvrce of iz UOYS Send the Athletic ,is fifths of the 3311195 bgqw, Class Tfagni Tak? ca: and I kiimg- .. 1 i 5 E .. ,I ,N X .:q : ' If 5 a if N - ,. i 0 ' umnuuu 9 'chilli IIIII "fff":1i12'f'z'3' ....w, LEAR the track for the Class of 1922, for it's a ripper! Here we come, . five hundred strong-soldiers, sailors and pretty girls. Since the Fresh- man Class entered the University at the time the war was at its height, most of our boys learned the ropes of either the army or navy. In less than no time they had the swagger of a real sailor or the upright and gallant walk which marks a soldier. It was not until the signing of the armistice and the passing of that pesky, little bug which caused the "flu," that the Freshman Class, as a whole, was able to get together and plan its work for the year. Under Howard IVIetzger's powerful sway, with the aid of Dorothy Britney as vice-president, Ruth Ulland as secretary, and George Muth as treasurer, we are getting our first real taste of college life and spirit. Who says the Freshman Class is not the most wide-awake and peppiest one at Varsity? Surely not the Vigilance Committees, for we led those Freshman squelchers a merry chase during what they considered a reign of terror. Oh boy, remember the green vlions! Who says we have not a dramatic tempera- ment? If you do, you have missed one-half of your school life by not seeing the Freshman stunt in the Vodvil. The Ziegfeld Beauties were irresistible! Dare I mention our fighting spirit, oh Sophomores? Surely you felt the full force of it at the Mat-Rush. What was the matter? Did our branded war- riors send such fear to your hearts that you were unable to keep an eye on the disappearing mat? Who says we are not strong for athletics? Not the Athletic Association, we hope, for we were at all the games and did four- fifths of the rooting, too. That's why Varsity won! From the results ofthe games between the Freshman and high-school teams, it looks as if the Freshman Class teams contain the future stars of the gridiron and diamond. Take care, upper-classmen, if the Class of 1922 proceeds as it has started, and I know it will, you had better look to your laurels. i751 :fp ' 9 1 ' f K K Q if I f r Q ' ' 5 E Q 1 Ai ii 1 2 2 1 - ' I Z . , g , 1 , Q 5 4 , . 4 N Q 0 1 o E v f 1 1 , 1 , , H 1 2 l lg f 'N 3 , 2 I s- E a 1 E i 4 n 9 E i E , 3' X x 1 1 r R . 1 s S 1 5 4 RWE Ofif Society 0' CMPW 1 Y1 The Cint Lite His Cen Blu Ch Ho Ace. Organizations of the University General Organizations Society of the Cincinnati Student Council Co-operative Society Woman's League Men's Vigilance Committee Women's Vigilance Committee Young Men's Christian Association Young Women's Christian Association The Cincinnatian The News Academic Organizations Pre-Medic Club Debating Teams Literary Society History Club Cercle Francais Glee Club Blue Hydra 'Jkestra Chemist's Club ' Drama Circle Household Arts Club Calesidoc Academic Club Mercuriales Society Engineering Organizations Engineering Tribunal Co-op Club Braune Civils American Society of Mechanical Engineers l79l Rogert Sarnmet Hasemeier M- Romaine M. Romaine Margraf Brown 'l'1cc?tt Hagemier Corre Adler Rflmhfl Altamer McNutt Aier amief: Cellarius koemg 35 4 A r , 4 fr ' F' .AZZ 721 24.41 'Jzfv f , ff: 'k NJA 5 fig Nfl' -rg 1 SHUT.. Sf'L1'1CT.' ' fha Yip their studs? - bbgr., Clifor f Sogikif Rlafgy From th C17 U. 1, S. DQ - Lf,- CV-- L.:- T, NI JA... Af- Hx, ry. T- ' gf--. 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'i H' 2 goo- 5Q39 '96 MQPQCQ - 3' E. -'t' 42" 15Q.fQx 'zzz M U, 40 , lQpxf,f3 l -2 , 1 HE Society of the Cincinnatus was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1917. The purpose of this organization is to provide a nucleus for a strong alumni association by selecting each year, from the Senior Class, those students who have been most active in college affairs during their four years at the University, and who will therefore be earnest and enthusiastic workers for their Alma Mater as members of this alumni organization. The following students have, because of theirloyalty to the University, been elected to mem- bership in the Society of the Cincinnati: Clifford C. Gregg ........... x ......... ,......... P 1' esidenzf Sophie Brunhoff ..... ....... V ice-President Marguerite Tierney ..,.... .............. S ecretcwy- Treasurer From the Class of 1917 From the Class of 1918 Curtis Beresford Helen Burgoyne Sophie Brunhoff Glenn DeQuasie Clifford C. Gregg Dorothy 'Stevens Hoehler Lester'A. Jaffe Carroll Lewis Laura Mclntire james L. Pease Anton Schneider Marguerite Tierney Helen VVright Gertrude Ylfulfkoetter In Memoriam Harriet Montgomery McCornas Jessie Adler Harold Altamer Burnette Alexander Dorothy Brown Frank Byers Anna Cellarius Mary Corre Elizabeth Hagemeyer Margaret Hasemeier William Koenig Laura McNutt Harold Markgraf Eugenia Remelin Herman Rogert Millard Romaine Miriam Romaine Helen Sammet Harold Talcott 1311 S The Student Council Officers Francis Wright ..... . . .President Dorothy Cone ....... Vice-President Dorothy Sisson ..... . . .Secretary Robert Dorsey .... Y. .... , Treasurer Members of Council Seniors Francis Wright Dorothy Cone Mary Steiner Edward Strietelrneyer Roberta Stoehr Martha Anderson Catherine Snow Anne Knight Edgar Powers Juniors Arlie Daniels Dorothy Sisson Fredrieka Miller Carl Frey Amelie Bush Sophomores Agnes james Susan Wilson Freshman Herbert Jones Robert Dorsey William Meyers Samuel B ailey Kathrine Swing Helen Knight Irvine Noble Howard Metzger john jones l82l jtu o x THE PW i whidi 5? mm' versiflh IW to be an activities Cf T1 5 The new tives ffm if 55 facilitate basil! and thief 10495 week for ptr?"-92 At the like than if ff, impeded by tie Committee was the year. riff. 7 prominem pie: Council bring? dent body ani A precede: lished tht 5-eg to the newly-ei PUfChHS4?d bi' 9 Stlldem 3 enthugiam In the 50ldi6I'S, th H6VQf 595 an memofl' 05 Studengs Sumlble es1,..i H and fellow 5. FL fa Q LID! 'fziicrzt HCT tu de of ll ,X K f- f 8 IJ N THE year 1915, the Student Council superseded the University Club, which up until that time had been the student governing body of the Uni- versity. During the first four years of its administration, it has beenfound to be an adequate and efficient instrument in every respect for directing the activities of the student body. The presidents of the four classes, together with twenty other representa- tives from the student body, constitute the membership of the Council, and to facilitate business, an Executive' Board, consisting of the four class presidents and three women, two from the senior, one from the junior class, meets once a week for purposes of discussion and action on special issues. ' At the beginning of the school session, the work of the Student Council, like that of other University activities, was complicated and somewhat impeded by the organization of the S. A. TQ C. The rules of the Vigilance Committee were subordinated to military regulations until the second half of the year, when Freshman spirit broke forth and spent its energy in hazing two prominent pieces of University property. ' The prompt and firm action of the Council brought the offenders to justice and expressed the sentiment of the stu- dent body andthe faculty upon the matter. T A precedent, which it is hoped will be adhered to in the future, was estab- lished this year when Student Council voted to present the Cincinnatus emblems to the newly-elected members of the Cincinnatus Society, instead of their being purchased by the individuals as has heretofore been the custom. S The Council is contemplating important changes in the system of Hnancing student activities and athletics, of which the Council has always been an enthusiastic and earnest backer. 4 In the rising tide of relief at the end of the war, and joy at the return of our soldiers, there is a wave of deep sorrow over the loss of those whom we will never see again, and a desire is in our hearts to perpetuate their glory and the memory of their sacrifice. The Student Council, as the body representing the students in all their activities and purposes, is leading a movement to find a suitable tribute in the form of a memorial, to be erected to the gallant comrades and fellow students who paid for us the ransom of our peace. l 83 l Executive Council Members of Standing Committees Executive Board Robert Dorsey, Chairman .-Xnnc Knight Kathrine Swing Carl Frey Francis Wright Edward Strietelmeyer Howard Metzger Calendar Committee Herbert jones, Cliairmcm liziilirinc Snow Arlie Daniels Auditing Committee William Meyers, Chairman Roliwtzi Stoclii' Carl Frey Entertainment Committee Susan Vllilson, Chairiiian liflrfii' Vows-i's lrving Noble R841 Hoffman Brown Bash Stapleton Steiner De Beck Widau The Co-operative Society OR the first time in its history, the U. C. Co-operative Society, which is the organization through which students of the University may obtain hooks and other supplies at reduced rates, has been operated on the feminist plan. The bookstore has had, this year, Women both for Manager and Assistant Manager, and the year has proyed one of the most efficient and profitable in the memory of the University. Helen Brown. . . .... Illanagcr Gladys Busch ..... llssistcznt Zllcmager Faculty Board of Trustees A. M. Wilsoii Daniel Laurence F. C. Hicks Dr. McClintock F. XV. Chandler Student Board of Control Earl Vvidau, Chairman Charles Hoffman, Treasurer Mary Steiner, Sccreiary Eiaine DeB3Ck Howard Stapleton ISS if 90' 1 r i 'iff 1 I i .AV f'1if ,:. ', ul, t W' nf .is U' Fischer Knorr 4 Sarvis Fasset Roberts Dorsey Wright Reade Stack Strickland Schroth West Breiel Hobstetter Streitelmeyer Braunstein Hall Cunningham Seltz Bailey Pine Sloan Jones Thayer Myers Widau Haehnle Powers Stapleton Men's Vigilance Committee llli Nlen's Vigilance Committee demonstrated to a doubtful public that a gentle consideration of the fragile feelings of Freshmen is not a quality entirely foreign to the principles of the upper-classmen. Whether this spirit ui snclrlen thoughtfulness was manifest this year on account of the rustiness of thc hinges in the strong right arms, due to lack of practise While these self- iwspccliiigg upper-classmen were drawing 3530.00 per - from our good old "L'nc-le Sain," or whether this year's exceptionally quiet ??llxx harvest of "Cin-sims" czniseil ri sudden outpour of the "milk of human kindness" from the solid hearts of these Ustaversf' remains a matter of conjecture. However, We :ill lmow that these Freshmen were extremely fortunate in having a good-natured :nifl iiiicixistecl group of "Life Staversm to look after their tender Welfare, and lhzn the lircshinen appreciated this treatment is evident by their desire to ac- cniiipxiiiy incinlaers of the U. C. on hikes-ask " 'Owardweehe knows, but you in-x'iqi'1':iii lull "wli4i's next." IWW THE MEN S vlan. NCQ A 3 I' il f'NfX Chief Life Stavers Eootsey Widau Chief Consolers Butch Haehnle Oward Stapleton First Assistant Consolers .. . Q , 9-H I NES. ' MQ? 4' ffgffr 1' ix. 1 S Nil r ' ll o A' U U ' commmee -12 l l at rl U I H .Q ...........,... 4....... . . . . . i i lat a ality spirit ss of self- . old st of n thc r, we Lurcd , and lp ILC- Q you Sargent Reade Private Life Stavers "Bill" Fischer "Eddie" Powers "Hermina" Knorr "Willum" Myers "Pretty" Sarvis "Shrimp" Thayer "Deacon" Eassett "Babe" jones "'B,rad" Roberts "Happy" Sloan "Squirrel" Dorsey "Chris" Koehler "Efficiency" Breiel "Hobby" Hobstetter "Snooze" Pine "Ed" Streitelmeyer "Samel" Bailey "Hebrew" West "Epsom" Seltz "Jimmie" Cunningham "ButCh"isChf0nh "Don" Hall "David" Strickland 'lFinance" Braunstein "Fran" Wright "Red" Stack lS7l Woman's Vigilance Committee HI 'XX onian's Vigilance Committee is an organization which attempts to fuiclt the Freshwomen in the ways that are best for them. lt endeavors, M it ill times, to create class spirit and true loyalty for the University. Katharine Kreicller, Clzairaizan Anne Stephens, Secretary Klarthzi Anderson Dorothy Cone Xlzirgziret Green Louise Hall Agnes slames Olivia Blames Katherine slamiesc J'l Katherine Keating Anne Knight Helen Knight Charlotte Landis Marjorie Purves Eleanor Remelin Dorothy Sisson Anita Sehreek Catherine Snow Cecille Stark Florence Stuart lane Sullivan Catharine Swing I I ,V .r .1 a J fi ,rjrafi WWW ll ,.,,,-r iv' "t- -A., b .uv .-11-J 5 I O Ofs A A Q Q. Q' in 2 , ' I ith. fi Xml HVLCQ, X' f a Q 3 AUEUE . Behold Ye Freshwomen ! The Declaration for Dependents HEN in the course of College events, it becomes necessary for the ruling classes to assume among the powers of the University, dictatorship over the infantile element of society and to command from such a decent respect for authority, precedent demands that each underling religiously obey the following laws: I 1-Exhibit conspicuously on your left shoulder the green button, the symbol of degradation, While on the University campus. 2-On Wednesdays illuminate the corridors with the radiance of the green ribbons adorning your locks. 3-lVear no head gear in the sanctity of the classroom. 4--Show your shiny countenances in front seats at all public assemblies. 5--Partake of your necessary nourishment at side tables only. 6-Avoid main entrances of McMicken Hall and VVoman's Building. 7-Be patriotic, abstain from pig-knitting. ' 8-Reverence your elders--do not sit at ease While they stand. ' 9-Cease to dabble in cosmeticsggive precedence to upper-classwomen before mirrors. ' ' ' ' ' ' 'l't f ttire. 10-Especially avoid all communication with men in mi 1 arg a Signed, VIGILANCE CGMMITTEE Katharine Kreidler, Chafirman. l39l Llwvs ,X L ' Wi Moore Miller Knight Stephens Snow Steiner Meeds Stuart James Woman's League HE purpose of the Woman's League is to regulate all matters pertaining to the student life of its members which do not fall under the jurisdiction of the Facultyg to further in every Way the spirit of unity among the Women of the Universityg to increase their sense of responsibility toward each other, and to be a me iliurn by which the social standards of University can bemade and kept high. ,f FW A ' .il yggh'-2 W Y ., we S f',r2..... uf 'Kin J, 1 41-..,,,, L5 r M' -M, Mg' W 5 x E - e Qi me J Q to of of md md W M QQDQS LE GUE 19 Gfficers S V Florence Stuart ..... ...... P resident Helen Knight ..... ..... S ecretary Lillian Meeds ...... . . Vice-President Giivia james. .... .... T reasnrer Executive Board Committees Chairman Senior Representatives Ruth Moore Anne Stephens Mary Steiner .... Catherine Snow. . junior Representatives Fredrica Miller .... Catharine Swing . l91I ............S0czal Red Cross Knitting Procter .......P0sters . . . .Mernberslrip Thuy M Sch,-Oth Haehnle I Stapleton Withrow Bailey Hull Hochler Widau Wright Koehler Y. M. C. A. URINCE the first part ot the school year 1918-19, while the S. A. T. C. was in existence at the University, the army Y. BT. C. A. took over the work ol' the L'nix'ersity Branch. During this period, Mr. Seeley K. Tompkins, with Klr. Ii. RI. Martin and W. C. Mardorf assisting him, were in charge of the Y work. The establislnnent of the present army Y hut was a noticeable step in Il1lX'Zlll1'L'1lLIl'lllQ the S. A. T. C. period. With the resumption ot normal college life at the close of the S. A. T. C., the Student Bram-li ol' the Y. M. C. A. again came into existence. The work has Im.-ii supervisefl during the last part of the year by our same old efficient Execu- liw Sec-retzwy. Mr. Fred Kenneth Hoehler, while Mr. Albert Schroetter, U. C. 1007. lornierly -Xrniy Y Secretary at the Anchor Nitrate Plant, has made at lasting impression for clleicicncy, cheerful assistance and thoughttulness upon :ill 1llillSXX'll1JlillCXX'llllll. The scope ral. worlq of the Y. Xl. C. A. has been largely widened this year. XXX-ekljv 'llllLll'S1lLll' noon-relay lunclicons, at which times religious talks are given, Imxx- lit-en lu-lil. :intl open forums have been held on Thursday afternoons which are given over' to -lisviissioiis and lectures on topics of current interest by speak- VIN ul- lI'lU'H"'l'H"' l'93l iff' "' A J' ' f ,Str P- A .1 '1 3 M Kc. -a 5. of V 2 N K .wi . A ...vii 3 ri: .5 -Jr, .-'viii fi' Q Q. -.1-ku l if f .. ' -. -tl -..- 4 WA .- 4 ' 1, I in f ,M a. i "7'1.:E:. WELS ork iith Y J in the has -5-11- .C. f.. il, Ll. pon Clif. iich -mk- 5 U Il , University Branch Officers WV. Earl VVidau. .... T ..,. President C. L. Koehler. . . .... Secretary A lfValter Haehnle ...... lfice-President e Robert Thayer. .... . . . Treasurer University Branch Committee I. G. Ebersole S. K. Tompkins E. K. Ruth H. T. Pounsford. Chas. W. Dabney A. G. Bookwalter A. K. Nippert F. K. Hochler Religious Meetings Bible ...... .- Handbook .... Mernbership. . . Publicity ..... Boys' VVork .... Social ...... House .... Finance ...... Conventions . . . Executive Committee l93l . . .Irving Schroth . , .Steve Maddux ......Sarn Bailey . NValter Haehnle Howard Stapleton .......Phil. Cone .......SamTodd Francis Wright Earl Vifeatherford Stanley Wlithrow . . .Robert Thayer . . . .Donald Hall Setchel Geis Kreidler Schmid Kemp G1-een Knight Cordes Ofiicers Margaret Green. . .... President Anne Knight. . . . . .Secretary Catherine Snow .... . . Vice-President Mary Setchel. . -. .... Treasurer Cabinet Religious Meetings. . . Bible Study ...... Social Service. . . Social ............ Committee Chairmen Con fercn ce and Conventions .... Missionary ....... Association News. . l94l . . . .Lillian Meeds . . . . . .Miriam Geis Katherine Kreidler . . .Gertrude Kemp . . . . .Jane Schmid . .Margaret Cordes . . . .jane Sullivan I o 4 A 6 HE Yr need Ol tion is: l-To 7- Tc 3-Tc through - 4-'I ians, to the King " Q Q 'felis 9274!-377 Tfzwxw 1.11 Mads if .tsffif i A42 1 . ,tl gifg L ,uf "L K- f' .Jkt If 1575" nuff ,i -.wwf 4144 ,f .4 if Q f"?,f5':-ian gr: 4 iflfff Qi, ma xi W 'Sa lt 3 f-'sf-X px fy WJir0'w-?'ffff',ffrziR1'r,swfS,'1SJ. Y C c - , ' p - v ! . . 1 21-as-5:1 zgegafsgf-gfeffi-Q' 1 LP 4 I -n'w,h-' -- ' A V HE Young Women's Christian Association strives to meet the spiritual need of students at the University. The national purpose of this organiza- tion is: 1-To lead students to faith in God through jesus Christ. 2- To lead them into fellowship and service in the Christian Church. 3-T o promote their growth in Christian faith and character, especially through the study of the Bible. 4-To influence them to devote themselves in united efforts with all Christ- ians, to making the Will of Christ effective in human society and to extending the Kingdom of God throughout the World. f W" ii' 95 n 3 an 'i-' gi ,. The Cincinnatian Adler DeB eck Zim merm an Tallentire Wright Martin Stapleton Hulick Davies Kemp Thayer Knight Hall Braunstein Reid Schroth I W, Dom Harry A K IX Eiizl i vt. F f Ma E IMT 1 A 1 1 f X lit. 'ill -f v ll' 1 Willf' -'Q Marguerite Reid Elaine DeBeck Helen Knight Gertrude Kemp Robert Thayer . Francis Wright. . Henrietta Brady Irving Schroth. . W. Donald Hall. . . . ..... Editor-in-Chief Harry A. Braunstein. . . .................... .... B nsiness Manager Associate Editors . . . . . The University and Classes Howard Stapleton .... .- ....,... . . Fraternities Organizations Athletics Athletics A . . . .... The Military Departnzent Elizabeth Zimmerman The Calendar The H arnrner . . .... Stndent Directory T Virginia'Hulick A Art jane Sullivan, Editor Helen Brite Horace Auburn Lwfj,"" Winifred zeme Jean off Vera Stall Tunis Dickerson Editorial Staif Marion Martin Edna Pfleger james G. Nippert George Eilers Edward Myers Elizabeth Zimmerman Virginia Hulick Max Kaufman . Business Staff Chase Davies Sidney Adler Thomas Tallentire Amy Diefenbach l97l Edgar Bickler Charles Adler Mary Paddock The News Thayer Landis Davies Wright Widau Margraf Stapleton Brady Sechrist Ried Fillmore Sisson Steiner Hoppe l9Sl 1' H"' p Q1 4' i , :k i L Q I N IU! 3 s ,E 1 1, Wh . 4. A. 'gs 1, af' or ' It 54 zgl 'ff 'i' H' ',f nga , ' fyfgiil llel 5 Ally? '1- fs f T!! Publishi stali in tllfi Howard Stag Burnham Fin Professor C. Charlotte la Robert Thaj james Cum Mary Steins Eleanor Agri? .'lS5g Hermina H011 Chase D t Irwin Gligg Roskill .-lssig G l ltvi 19" HMP 4 r n i i X l l i l I The Official Student journal of the University of Cincinnati. Published every Wednesday of the collegiate year by a student editorial staff in the interest of higher education in the city of Cincinnati. Howard Stapleton. . . ..... Editor-in-Chief Burnham Finney ..... . . .Business Manager Professor C. VV. Park .... .... E aculty Advisor Charlotte Landis .... .... ..... . . . . .... Managing Editor Editorial Department Robert Thayer ...... Athletic Editor Catherine Snow ...... Alurnni Editor james Cunningham, Francis Wright. .Engineering Editor Assistant Athletic Editor Marguerite Reid. . .Exchange Editor Mary Steiner ......... Local Editor Gertrude Kemp. . ....... City Editor Hilda Fillmore ....,.. Faculty Editor Henrietta Brady .... M alee-up Editor Dorothy Sisson, Editor of VVonian's A yjfairs Business Department Eleanor Axline, Carl Rich, Associate Business Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Hermina Hoppe, Circulation Manager Lawrence Keeshan, Chase Davies. .Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Irwin Rosenbaum, Harry A. Braunstein, Assistant Advertising Nlanager Assistant Advertising tllanager l 99 l Persons Snow Sisson Stephens Anderson Stacey Schiear Sechrist Anderson Fillmore DeBeck - Paddock Landis Slielnel' The Literary Club ITERARY Society afternoons this year have been a delightful sojourn in the wonderland of "long ago" and "once upon a time," when the "Lits" returned for a spell to the charming fairy tales of childhood days. In keeping with this fairy program, they have had, besides the annual Christmas party, which has come to be an unbreakable tradition, other open meetings, one of which was a fairy revel in Burnet YVoods. The tall trees were magically trans- formed for the occasion into the venerable Sherwood of Robin Hood days. Ofiicers Mary Steiner. . . ......, President ElsaEKimball ..... . . ..... Secretary llilda Fillmore ......, Vice-President Martha Anderson ........ Treasurer Members Charlotte Landis Dorothy Sisson Martha Anderson Edna Sehiear lilsa Kiinliall Hilda Fillmore Anne Stephens Mary Paddock Mary Anderson Elizabeth Stacy Elaine DeBeck L 100 1 Dorothy Cone Catherine Snow Esther Sechrist Mrs. Persons Mary Steiner 1, ' 1 if 4 5. S Cath HB6 Prof l E l D ll L E H l l R if U 1 Stan? sojourn in :he "Lits" In keeping - '5-,gre party, .. 35134, one of fs fl 'aiijf :rans- elfgffi, "4c'Qf'5'!ary f'in'.1jLlV6'f 'v The History Club ' Officers r Catherine Snow .......... President Mary Steiner .... .... S ecretary Anne Stephens ..... . . Vice-President Mary Setchel . . . .... Treasurer ' Faculty Members A Prof. Merrick Whitcomb Prof. Isaac J. Cox Prof. R. C. McGrane Miss Ruth Guhmann Miss Miriam Urban Martha Anderson Members Louise Phillips Mary Anderson Elizabeth Bound Margaret Brown Dorothy Cone Miriam Crouse Lucille Curtis Elaine DeBeck Helen Flannery Miriam Geis Margaret Grosse Ruth Guhmann Mary Hubbard Agnes james Johanna Kahr Anne Knight Helen Knight Mary Kramer Katherine Kreidler Charlotte Landis Kathryn Lindner Laura McNutt Mary Paddock Josephine Peterson i l1011 L jean Robinson Louise Scherl Esther Sechrist Mary Setchel Marguerite Shigley Dorothy Sisson Catherine Snow Mary Steiner Anne Stephens Roberta Stoehr Catherine Swing Elizabeth Zimmerman The Cercle F rangais Persons Vatter Patterson Buchanan Kramer Keating Sisson Hildebrandt Ford Wachs Swing Neumark Brady Sechrist Remeiin Vvatts Wuenker Steiner Peterson l1OZl 2 ff Q1 '4 I .if 7 if H1 ' lg Y Xa ESIDF1 Pram French 5? Cercle hav! Mary Stan Margherita Dr. Ph. Og Mr. M. 1. i Mr. D. GE Dean Pam Mag' Amie Virginia Br: Hemiena I Helen Bm Fanny Des: Millna Feit Florence pq Helene Hd Mars' Hide li 1 . . 1, 7 'W Za' -. f'4'f" ' Gjjif l 4-Defra V I i . ' 5 ' ' V' I ',-' '-v TA "' 7 f" X! E Lip- li Elllglllll ,f J. sow tu ifii von gov snr' . X ff , ',., V. Elf, x0f TPATQI. O , b, . V,-I-. 1 X .'....,' .,. . ESIDES its attractive monthly meetings and gay luncheons, the Cercle Francais has this year furthered its purpose of stimulating interest in French by the adoption of three French orphans, with Whom members of the Cercle have been carrying on interesting correspondence. Officers Mary Steiner ............. President Josephine Peterson ...... . .Secretary Margherita Wuenker. . Vice-President Lilymae Watts. . . . . . Treasurer F Members Dr. Ph. Ogden Mr. M. J. Hubert Mr. D. Gilbert Dean Pattee Mary Anderson Virginia Buchanan Henrietta Brady Helen Brown Fanny Desjardins Minna Feibleman Florence Ford Helene Heinsheimer Mary Hildebrandt Agnes James Katherine Keating Mary Kramer Frederika Miller Salomea Neumark Pearl Persons Marjorie Purves Esther Sechrist Dorothy Sisson Catherine Swing Thelma van sickie Florine Vatter Eleanor Wachs Ruth Helmers I 103 J Mary Patterson Josephine Peterson Eleanor Remelin Mary Steiner Lillymae Watts Margherita Wuenker Jeanne Foury Yvonne Coute Germaine Simon Suzanne Du Breuihl Walter Haehnle Louis J. Johnan Beatrice LeTendre IW" I f 5 f r 5 l i R l l 9 91 l l L . 5 l l 1 i I ! ill U -V A. 1:5 i 'X fit A 1 . ' 1 H " 0- f . l ' e N ,I , rg rr, 4 i r 'T ' A 3 , if f ' s , . B ound Wuenker Wachs Kreidler Spangler Neum ark Fiscus Steurwald Parks Dickerson Tellefsen Waldo Heineman Swing Karr Hildebrandt Willis Setchel Cordes Stacy Robinson The Blue Hydra HE Blue Hydra is an honorary biological society founded by Dr. Benedict. It consists of students selected from the Botany and Zoology departments. Meetings are held every month at which subjects of interest in botany are discussed. Officers Elizabeth Stacy .......... President Agnes James .... .... S ecretary Margaret Cordes ..... Vice-President Jean Robinson .... .... T reaswer l 104 j a 17 " uv 1 g I 4 '94 9 I g 1500 :W - 0, ' 0' 'fat' pa DP Ll? I I, Qty a f, ' L Lg fl ' lu ll ? 0 X vi, . 'Y' Dr.Be Helen Bej Helen Boi Elizabeth Hulda Br Myrtle B Dorothy Margarez Arlie Dru Tunis Di Harvey Il Dorothy Hilda Fil Adele Fg l0Sephinf Gladys F Walter H Donald P L. E. Ha Maflmie Alma He A J mum insou medict. zments. Lny HIC :'L'75'tary 'ELISZUZI' 0 ,331 fe Y fn rwy ..f - YV ' '33 iii-. ' fi? io" 1 0' fe J if PV'-'L' ' ft v , oo 5 ' sa 7, - f 0 510 vu Q ,I ID f 'Y 9 L J 910 a kwctx 7 if Q11 pm tak kk kj :sg L vvvv - , ,nu k 9 yf fn A , Q I? f ,' if 6 5 ,.-Y' , ' 00 Wit K W" Q ' Q 6 XQN f tr 1 r Q ff' r"" ,- 9 I lfllfff ff f K l "ff 'frig'ifl w A r,-I 41 It fl I P . ig W t Fnbimnmmetzm., , J Faculty Members 0 I 0 9 02, 0, oo U 1, o 9 2 ' oog f' O o a Z0 X ooo Q oo s o a 0 " 00,50 OO ' O D ,Oo 0 o 0'0 f Q i 9 ao 4 tl ooo K 0 o 5. 0 L X mx o 9 x o 0 'fo fit' U - on 0 gc-'tv , xb'-f ,f o 5' f o 3 ' o X M' Wfmfz pu 5. ,Q 1 A J' 5 L ' A Dr Benedict Dri VVilson Mr. Beghtei J Mis Helen Bejack Helen Bottigheimer Elizabeth Bound Hulda Brackman Myrtle Buente Dorothy Cone Margaret Cordes Arlie Daniels Tunis Dickerson Harvey Drach Dorothy Dysart Hilda Fillmore Adele Fischer Josephine Fiscus Gladys Friedman Walter Haehnle Donald Hall L. E. Hall Marjorie Hanauer Alma Heineman Student Members Mary Hildebrandt Marion Holman Christine Hoshaw Mildred Irwin Hazel Jaffe Agnes James Johanna Kahr Florence Kane Katherine Kreidler Miriam Landman Salomea Neumark Elmer Niehaus Elizabeth Parks Louise Phillips Charlotte Pichel Dorothy Poysell Alta Ramsay Marguerite Reid Hortense Reiter Eunice Riggs Jean Robinson l105J Dr. Braun s Tellefsen ' A Mary Setchel John D. Schields Thecla Siebenthaler Meta Simon Georgetta Spangler Elizabeth Spalding Elizabeth Stacey David Strickland Florence Stuart Violet Stuerwald Jane Sullivan Catherine Swing Eleanor Wachs Marguerite Waldo Ruth Weir Laura W'illis Pauline Wright Margherita Wuenker Winifred Zettel Elizabeth Zorn l Ngyrrig Jewett Weitkamp Margraf Wilson Neumark Davis Yatter Putt Mclntire Luckett Lilly Dlckman The Chemists' Club llli Chemists' Club had its beginning in a Journal Club, organized by Dr. Thomas Evans about the year 1906. The object in those days was to stimulate interest in theoretical and applied chemistry and to study its develop- ment through current journal articles. lVith the growth of the department of C'lit-niistry and an increase in the number of advanced students, the present Clieniists' Club was organized an outgrowth of the old Journal Club and lmeezinie "Co-ed" in 1911. For a time supper was served at the meetings in the old lnneli-room and papers were read in the Chemistry Library in Hanna Hall. ln a yery liew years the Chemists' Club had outgrown all of its old haunts. With the ereetion ol' the new Chemistry Building, there has come a rapid growth in the t'lieniistry llepartment and a consequent increase in the membership of the Vheniists' Club. Now enthusiastic monthly meetinffs are held in the Com- b c inons and the Vlnb is addressed by prominent chemists. Chemists' Club boat- rid.-s, danees and nnisieales are altairs in University life anticipated with eriflinsiasni and joy by all chemistry students. 'l'lee Vin-iiiists' Vlnb desires to foster a spirit of interest and enioyment in t"einislrj.' with its wide and yaried fields of attraction for both men and X'4rv'wL'1s Ut. Qld- Lviiiupixit' I im, l its' " we 1 Bfilltj-Y I Brot-kia .,.,.f.. Cay Clipip... Cordes. - l f---- - Dall gf. .. Days l lone: L Diets? D-dw, t'kri4,.. Exams. -1 Falk. ti Feusss, Gates. E Gltfljii Graeh, Hefmiji l'lElTI1T1gA HHUQR. Htllgifx Hugh, lhvis luan by Dr. was to evelop- n-:nt of present ub :md s in the ll Hall. h:zuntS. growth 'ship of 5 Cfim' ix llfiillf' .1 with glcfflt in .-1 and The Chemists' Club Officers William Mclntire .......... President Marie Cavanaugh. . . .... Scgrctary Louise Lily .......... Vice-President E. Ritter ........ .... T reasurer Dr. H. S. Fry Dr. O. R. Sweeney Dr. H. M. Goettsch Dr. R. E. Gesper Bailey, H. P. Brockman, N. C. Cavanaugh, Marie Clippinger, Ruth Cordes, William Davis, Allen Davis, C. S. Jones, Lester Diefenbach, Amy Deckrnan, Earl Evans, Ethel Falk, Frieda Feusse, Elmer Gates, Elizabeth Gieringer, L. Graebe, Herman Herman, Harold Hartman, Reed Hauck, H. Hengstenberg, H. Hughes, 1. Honorary Members Mr. S. I. Felton Student Members Husman, julia Igler, F. U. jewett, M. C. jones, Lela Kincaid, Earle Kitzmiller, Karl Kotte, R. Landis, Charlotte Lilly, Louise Litrnan, jacob Luckett, Cscar Lyford, George Mclntire, William Margraf, William Martin, Marion Meyers, Phil Mills, Frank Molloy, J. Neumark, Sally Norris, Ruth Olinger, S. T. Dr. E. F. Farnau Dr. C. J. Rolle Dr. Leonora Neuffer Mr. C. E. VVood Ogel, J. Otto, Earl Pease, Harvey Pichel, joseph Putt, Kathleen Richard, Edwin Ritter, Clifford Rochong, Roy Salkover, N. Stegemeyer, Louis Schroth, Irving Thoman, F. Turpin, Virginia Vatter, Florine Waldo, Marguerite Vllalls, james Wagner, Ed. Vllartcki, M. Vlfeitkamp, Helen Wilson, F. VVilson, Susan Wertheim, W. Woelflin, VV. l1071 Kronke Norris Clark Weitkamp Gorin Baker Jones Vatter Schmid McMillan Enneking Paver Riggs Dansiger Falk Wilson Johnson Household Arts Club HE Household Arts Club, founded in 1915, is an organization to which all Home Economics students are eligible. It's purpose is to create more inti- mate friendships among the students of the Home Economics Department. Officers jesse Dansiger . . . ..... President Maraon Paver .... .... S ecretary Elizabeth Moore ..... Vice-President Eunice Riggs. . . . . . Treasurer H081 HE Ac promo: Its membe ings are he Qi college I ranking :hich all Nfl! lllfl' zrtmcflli- H'g'f,'fc'f'1fy fz"l 5 Hfff X 5 Q' ' I . 1 1 , fn 'ff q, 11,2 -1 , , "-'ew-.ff ,. ' V 4 fx'-T" f , , W Q 'xytfxr W Pisq., ' ,ry Jtfffv-,, . ",:'f5?ffi:'+1Q1Z54 4 , 542 ' 1,51 rag-Q' " W, , Myers Hall Powers Thayer Todd Stapleton The Academic Club HE Academic Club of the University of Cincinnati was founded to help promote good-fellowship and real Varsity spirit among the academic men. Its membership is open to all men in the Liberal Arts College. Business meet- ings are held once a month, and these are followed by an address on some phase of college life. Officers Howard E. Stapleton .................. President Samuel Pogue Todd ..... ........ V ice-President Robert George Thayer ........ Secretary- Treasurer Board of Directors Walter Haehnle Robert Morris Foster Hopkins llfilliam Myers Edgar Powers Donald Hall l109l , I . The Pre-Medic Club llli Pre-Klt-clic Clula is an organization of stuclcnts in the University who are preparing for the mcclical world. lts aim is to promote fellowship he- twt-t-n the mcmhcrs anfl to establish closer relationship between the Medical Vollcggc antl the Pre-Xlcclical stuclents. Sainncl Scltz. . . R. l3i'otlit-rs. Ci. clfJl'llk'll1lS , . L. Crt-riiiggci' ll. Kloscs. -lr li. Sclinalcc U. I'ric'l4inan xl. Xin-lanrlc L. liricclinan lf. Stvn .X C':n'inc'l Cl. Snytlt-r llorzl 'llyrt-ti Lu- C het' li. liitzmillt-r Officers ,......Prc51'dcnl I. Sten. . . . .. . . l'z'cc-President H. Van Hoose. . . Members sl. Schroth F. Chance Xl. lsaacs Rl. Turton C. Frctlcriclcs Seltz XV. Klargi'alf xl. Sten H. Klagglcy A. Brothers Nl, 'llhomas L. Arnold XY. lVci'tlicn xl. Leary ll. Scliwartz XY. McCarthy .-X. tlootl fl. Ranch ll. Norton L. lYcinsten Cf llittc il. Nl. 'Wise W. llt-inoltl L. Scliilit' ll. Smith .-X. Yossler Ill0l . . .Secretary . . . . Treczsurer E. Sehleuter H. Huengstenhurg F. Vlfelte T. Scott R. Kotte sl. Kirkpatrick XV. Mendenhall xl. jones XV. Fesscnder ,I. Nippcrt RI. Sommerficlcl H. Van Hoose C K, HHH tor i spirit at and ther has com IH Yarsit v--. P. Q ' C i' .-.. 1 .4 J K - Y IV1' UAV Cooper Bailey Van Wye Magee Leyland . The Debating Council HE Debating Council of the University was organized in the Spring of 1918 for the purpose of fostering a more vigorous deycloprncnt of the clebating spirit at U. C. To this end official sanction of the Council was first secured, and then that body was organized as required by its constitution. The Council has complete jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to oratory and debate in Varsity. For the year 1918-1919 the nicmhersliip of the Council was: Faculty Prof. J. D. Magee Prof. C. YV. Park Prof. B. C Yan lYyc Student Saniuel Rl. Bailey Stewart S. Cooper lrlerllcrt 'lf Lcylanfl Alumni Representative Howard L. Bcyis 1 111 1 The Debating Team Shields Magee Heinsheimer Yan Wye S h dt L yl d Cooper Hae L1121 V! Lv- Team Ques port the Ste J. hnle Ah Hel XX ,4-e l 'L y If lb, Qs, H. fiuk hc-.-S llldzlmcf 7 - Q1 , KM 1:4 47 .4 4- . . ian: K . ',l be Stewart S. Cooper, F I. Dewey Shields Mum H. schmidt . .J PQ..-:H Q y f fm . X X ,J Teams for the Annual Dual Debate with Miami University, 'held May Second, Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen. Question Debated-Resolved: That the United States should accept and snp port the plan for a Leagne of Nations proposed by the Paris Peace Conference Miami vs. Cincinnati at Oxford Cincinnati vs. Miami at Cincinnati Ajirrnative Tearn Captain Huhnle Helaine Heinsheimer, Alternate Negative Tearn Herbert T. Leyland, Captain I. Ebersole Crawford Walter Haehnle George P. Smith, Alternate Manager, Chase M. Davies H131 Lucile lllillarcl. . . Mary Paclclock .......... Louise Barker xluclitli Boutet Clincie Brown Elizabeth Burris Girls' Glee Club Officers . . . . . . .President Elizabeth Zimm . Treasurer Laura Willis. . . Earl Weatherford ........... Director Members Miriam Geis Myrtle Geis Sylvia Geisler Alma Heineman Milrlrecl Carpenter Dorothy Habekate Nliriain Crouse Christine Hoshaw C'liarline Culbertson Louise Hatneld .-Xrlic Daniels Virginia Hulick .Xniy Diefcnbacli Katherine Jamieson lfriecla Fall: Annette Fillmore llilcla Fillmore Lelia jones Florence Kane Mary Kramer ,lf'SL'lJlllllL' Fist-us Katherine Kreidler Marian Fry Louise Kreimer June Lampe rman ..... Secretary . . . . . . . . .Librarian jean Robinson Beatrice LeTendre Charlotte Roedter Martha Landis Louise ,Lilly Frederika Miller Marjorie Miller Phyllis Newman Ruth Norris Mary O'Connell Elizabeth Parks Edna Pfleger Marie Pichel Marjorie Purves Eliza Richey l Esther Scheuerman Francis Smith Marie Steinman Violet Stuerwald Marie Stump Amelia Taylor Eva Van Winkle Sylvia Voss Blanche Wheeldoii Kathryn W'ithrow Susan 'Wilson C1 Mae Ri Lillian l J Ries Ford Kimball Walker Wilson Coldewey Purves Willard Raine Jansing Scheuman Meeds Kemper DeBeck Rogatsky Kissinger Keating Ransom Stuerwald Pichel Jamieson Sweeney Brite The Ukestra in A Sacrefdfy Lillian Meeds .... ........ P resident Lueile Willard . . . . . . Secretary . , Librarian Marjorie Purves. . . .. ..... Treasurer Mandolins Ivan Roedter Sgheucrrllafl Qfhgrlotte gather Fra , Xlzufif Steinman ' maid xmas Sw 'lx mam Tariff vm winkle rwzygz 5 ' iw xvheeldofl 5,1 nl' . fi: A-iffifn Withfow Qiimtfl iibnn Helen Brite Elaine DeBeck Florence Ford Marguerite Kissinger Guitar Violet Stuerwald Ukeleles Catherine Coldewey Helen Coldewey Katherine Jamieson Dorothy Jansing Katherine Keating Virginia Kemper Elsa Kimball I 115 1 Charlotte Pichel Marjorie Purves Pauline Raine Susan 'Wilson Lillian Meeds Russell Ranson Mary Ann Ries Esther Scheuerman Ethel Sweeney Charlotte Wfalker Lueile Vifillard 1 i I I I 5 E Schreck Morrison Jackman Nickoloif Stark 5 Campbell Duke Hillas Bruckman l 5 The Mercurialis Society Q HE Mercurialis Society was founded in the Spring of 1918 by the Physical ip Education Department. The object of the Society is to enlarge the Physi- cal Education Department to bring about co-operation among those Within the department and those outside Who are interested in Physical Educationg to set gl and maintain high standards and ideals for physical education. ,I if ' I if The membership is limited to regular and special members of this depart- ' ment. New members are taken in in their junior 4 li li Bertha Bruckmann Sophie Brunhoff li Helen Campbell f Boyd Chambers Dorothy Dulce Members Cecile Stark I 116 1 year or later. Marjorie Hillas Rosalind Jackman Dr. Morrison Oliver Nikoloff Anita Schreck Harry Lilym Hilda L W Austerlitz Fillmore VVatts The Drama Circle Officers Harry Austerlitz. . ..... fJI'USl.1!C1'lf Lilymae lllzitts .... . , , . l'L'CC-f2l'CSI.C!C7Zf Hilda M. Fillmore. . . A ,.SiCCl'CfClI'fV- yiI'Ufl5IlI'CI' Board of Directors Francis Fzissett Cecile McDevitt lllillizim Fuldiier Klflfjfbflt l,U1'X'L'S Rlargiiret Green Miriam XYL-stliciiiiei' 5 1171 Engineering Tribunal Fassett Knebel Embshoff Osborne Priebe Shryock N181 I I' X M S 1 1. A if: W W ag-3 X My 69" M HE Sen The TI Its fun of discil Qgqntk .-.iw 'Fn 1' fs-Ji x Q5 ENGINEERING 7 " . I 9 1 if "fir tg? A fs A HE Student Tribunal of the College of Engineering is composed of thicc Seniors, one Junior, one Pre-junior and the President of the Co-op Club The Tribunal acts as an intermediary between the students and the facultx Its functions are administrative and judiciary. The body judges infractions of discipline and aims to harmonize the student activities. Members George F. Embshotf, 1919, Chairman Charles S. Shryock, 1919 Francis Fassett, 1920 Arthur H. Knebel, 1919 C. Richard Osborne, 1921 Cedric I. Priebe, 1919, Merzwzber ex-ojicio 11191 4, ,, M , my-f "H The C0-op Club ..-,-.,----- ' f-"V-'--' - -mf - - ft- , K si VM., t x IQ, xr . V. , - -- -v . , uffx ,,.,,.,,r! , X, NW , W. -MH , ' 5, ,541 , WP- f J, N ' 4' x ' H V 5 fx f r Q, WSJ: . f . vfj., ' X fflzi,-'Q w, W.-V , . - wmv. X' 'f lv. f w '- ' 4 A-Alf, 4 X '5,N?Z fix ' - H Q ' , I , ' . Q' Y ,, ,..,...,...- Widau Priebe Constable PW 'r. " 4 ,. H201 ..-,,.-..... , vw.. M., .M M-.. ..,... . .-,.,-v-f- , -Sig: ' ,rf ' 'f .. - ,XNU xx T' L for if bersr Seve C-ed W C Cha COH11 'fr3Amw,+1r4n1', i ifiiwmllil''Williililnlllilll' L i li?-Lb if J 'f. fi rl vm P1Ce.L, ' ii iii ' V I 4:1 ii 'A I Iiiiil - il' 1 MCM' i i-lr". ' f m. - i lliillllll g A .a1'4'-,., .H 'xg V NHHH :hi 'll Y ,.:: .I 95,1 '-x'?e?fijf1QH', .. U fl ui .f ' H' 21 , F , inf i Sh : L S lllflmnil Lf, if A NX .i'x-.AV . 'lg f' ' ' L g' 'li .1 1 ' r . wiv. ,x 1 5,q53fw,i W . 1 f'1:2:i"!i'-i ill- ir'-i' ft +112-.-. i ".:: ,ff-.' 1 '. A' I v v mu ' l l .f',1,'fgs- K fp 1 liliiil 4 .JW 'l tmtim it i"",'4.',q, gf I .. .xx I f Y- 4771 1 fl HE Co-op Club was founded in 1908 for the purpose of promoting good fellowship among the engineering students and of providing an organization for the handling of Co-op affairs. All engineering students are eligible for mem- bership. Meetings are held in the club room of the Engineering Building. Several social functions are held during the year, the annual stag banquet being considered the Club's greatest stunt. Officers Cedric J, Pfiebe. , . . ....... President W. Carl Widau. . . ..... Vice-President Charles Constable. . . .... Secretary- Treasurer 11211 Braune Civils 2? , . K 2 ffvf iq' ff? Z 1 5 Q5 f fl, W 1, ,gwlyf Wf A. I W. D01 191 der put CO1 sio- -S 25? ng- V! X: X. i i.. -5..',C--Efirg--fl , - K- -. Hy " gg hun- t r :rf- ': ic' - 'f -Q2 liqgxi . V II! 1 ,. 1 uf: y . 4 b f. ' NJN? ll " .gl , f .... .,,. . ., , , .. .1 .... . , l if? ' i is A gwwpfigifiiigiiiifig Q eQQeaQk1gQga1ifdiifdfiiff: -"- ' nj jfx, '7'3i, F77 fag? .2 '51 Ziff f 'Ui Q .' ,' 'Q' ' ' , X ' 5 ' E , ,. f L 1 ' ' ,' g Aff wig r 1? L 5 ,f ,,,, ,M 'W 'ff' f,Qgfw,'f? '.','y'f 5,-!,: alia, g 13,1377 ' 'V f If , YWW? l'f'ff if 'ff i fff " VV. WV. Ehlers. . . . . .PI'CSI-dC17f Section 1 Section 2 A. Langenheim ..., . . lfice-President. . . . . .H. N. lVcst WV. Breiel. . . . .Secretary . . . . .E. lllinslow Don Allan. . . . . . Treasurer. . , . .R. Stem art The Braune Civil Engineering Society, organized in 1913, is a society made up of the civil engineering stu- dents at the University of Cincinnati for the three-fold purpose of 1 1-Bringing the civil engineers into closer social contact with each other. 2-Furthering the exchange of ideas. 3-Giving an opportunity for the public expres sion of the experiences of the engineer in the field. L 'z l Q ll' fr , 'A , I' 1 V I. v 6 L1 iv lf - 52 ' : ly. E 2 ,EJB ': 1 u ,gm 5 l lf: A 4 f 1 HQ. E lg if r 1' is fx i u. I". .fi x if 55 '? M ' .I rl 7,1 at I ,J S .r 4.5 ' E I :YJ ., I . ' I , H231 A. S. M. E. The University of Cincinnati Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers HIS organization has for its objects the promotion of the study of the arts and sciences connected With engineering, and the encouragement of a spirit of good fellowship among the students of the Engineering College. Membership is open to all students in the College of Engineering, Sopho- mores and Freshmen being eligible to sub-members, While the students of the higher classes are entitled to student membership. After graduation, members may maintain their standing as student members for two years, at the end of which time they are eligible to enter the national organization, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Officers Professor A. L. Jenkins .... ......... . . . Honorary Chairman L. H. Smith .........,.. '.,,...,,,, P qfggident H. lsfnebel .... ............... V ice-President C.. L. Koehler .... ............. S ecretary- Treasurer R- H- kcuflilg. . . ...... . . .Assistant Secretary, 2d Secretary H. C. Uihlein ..... .......... ..................... L fi brarran H241 K jesse Earl Paul Regr erican 1 V , . N ,"fflU' H -ILC . UU. v ', . ,I ' ff .,LYl I. 5'ri7"Hl ff 'nf f', .4 I, f 74' J 'ffvf .'H', rjjlf C , . wl.. 1. ,L 144- .,,,fQ 4, , 1 ff .. 42 ' wwf , ' J fr-.fy i, Powers Rhein Kearns Guiting NVeller Briggs CVM1-1r1 Koodish O'Brien Adler Closs Wi-su-rfic-lfl cnc Calesidoc of The Cincinnati Law College Officers Jesse Adler ...r., .,.... I rcszduzt Earl Wfesterfield. , . 4 . l'z'ce-Pzcszdwzt Paul A. O'Brien. .. . HY rccuznnr Regnia Closs ..., . . . Sccrctarg Members Netu L. Briggs Paul lYeiCli Henry J. YVellQr Joseph O,RlCl1I'8 George Kearns 1 125 1 Lcnorzi Rhine liclgar Powers Gordon Guitingg Klorris Kooclisll if ,ff ,..--v' .-4 . 4 Fraternities Represented at the University of Cincinnati Phi Beta Kappa . Tau Beta Pi . Sigma Chi . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beta Theta Pi . Phi Delta Theta . Delta Tau Delta Pi Kappa Alpha . Sigma Alpha Mu Alpha Nu Sigma . Sigma Delta Pi . Sigma Phi Alpha . Alpha Pi Delta . Delta Delta Delta . Kappa Delta . Kappa Alpha Theta Chi Omega . . Kappa Kappa Gamma Delta Zeta . . Alpha Chi Omega . Pi Kappa Sigma Nu Sigma Nu . . Alpha Kappa Kappa Omega Upsilon Phi Phi Alpha Delta Alpha Chi Sigma . Alpha Kappa Psi Tau Kappa Alpha . Mystic Thirteen . Ulex . . . Honorary Fraternities Men's Literary Fraternities Women's Literary Fraternities Professional Fraternities Miscellaneous Fraternities H281 A 1888 1915 1882 1889 1890 1898 1909 1910 1916 1910 1913 1917 1917 1892 1913 1913 1913 1914 1916 1919 1917 1892 1901 1908 1917 1914 1908 1913 1916 HE C WaS 2 held at Sf one mem! The Ol and ffiend J. W. Sim' Guy Mallc Mrs. Starr john Dewi Helen Abig Arthur jan 1888 1915 1882 1889 1890 1898 1909 1910 1916 1910 1913 1917 1917 1892 1913 1913 1913 1914 1916 1919 1917 1892 1901 1908 1917 1914 1908 1913 1916 Phi Beta Kappa Founded December 5, 1776 THE charter of the Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in the State of Ohio was granted at the Sixth Triennial National Council of Phi Beta Kappa held at Saratoga, September 7, 1888, in response to a petition signed by forty- one members of the society resident in and near Cincinnati. The object of the Phi Beta Kappa Society is the promotion of scholarship and friendship among students and graduates of American colleges. Officers of Delta Chapter J. W. Simon .... .......................... ,.......... P r esident Guy Mallon .... ..... F irst lf'ice-President Mrs. Starr Ford .... ..... S econd Vice-President John Downer ........ .... T hird Vice-President Helen Abigail Stanley .... .......,... S ecretary Arthur james Kinsella .... .... T reasurer Members Elected From the Senior Class of 1918 Warwick Black Loretta Hahn Dorothy Brown Margaret Hasemeier Frank Byers Arthur Kling Ethel Goldsmith Mabel G. Moore Doris Wullf I 1291 P ' b Smythe me e Wright n Kohim Knebel Walsdorf Justice Bjorn all ' Flath Beta Chapter of Ohio of Tau Beta Pi Honorary Members in Faculty Dean Herman Schneider, Se. D. Prof. Gustave Maurice Braune, C. E. Prof. Alexander Lewis Jenkins, M. E. Members in Faculty liclgzir Kingsbury Ruth, C. E. Alexande r Massey Wilson, M. E. Charles Stewart Carroll, C. E. William Carl Osterbroek, E. E. Members in University Albert Theodore Bjorn Earl Hugo Plath Irioward Kenneth justice .Xrthur Henry Knebel Irwin Laque Kohlmann Tau Beta Pi Scholar, 1920 George Probst I 130 I Cedriefjoseph Priebe Jesse Virgil Smythe Fred Charles Todd, jr. Henry Adolph Walsdorf Francis james llfright lol Lehigh Michig Purdue Stevens Uuiverf Unirerf Case Sc State L' Columt Unirers Michige Colorad Universe Armour Syracusi Universi PiTTSbur Sdleiieei Boston J porn atb ta Pi cc Braune, C. E. 5- Wilson, M- E' Cfbfflck, E' ffmgpll Pfiebe Lfiil Smythe .MMS Todd, If' V lsdorf ylulpli 151. lnrncs Wflght . Tau Beta Pi Founded at Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa., june, 1885 Beta of Ohio Chapter established at University of Cincinnati, November 26, 1915, by I0hU T1'1COdOfC Faig, M. E. Alexander Massey Wilson, M. E. George Roland B floore, C. E. Active Chapters Lehigh University ............ 1885 Michigan Agricultural College. .1892 Purdue University ............ 1893 Stevens Institute of Technology. 1896 University of Illinois .......... 1897 University of Wisconsin ....... 1899 Case School of Applied Science. 1900 State University of Kentucky. .1902 Columbia University .......... 1902 University of Missouri ........ 1902 Michigan College of Mines ..... 1904 Colorado School of Mines ...... 1905 University of Colorado ........ 1905 Armour Institute of Technology 1906 i Syracuse University ..... ...... 1 906 University of Michigan ...... . .1906 Missouri School of Mines ...... University of California ....... Iowa State College ..... .... University of Iowa .... . . . . . . University of Minnesota. .... . . Cornell University ............ lrVorcester Polytechnic Institute University of Maine .......... Pennsylvania State College .... University of Washington. . . . . . University of Arkansas ........ University of Kansas .... .... University of Cincinnati ....... Carnegie Institute of Technology University of Texas ........... Alumni Chapters Chicago .... .... 1 907 Pittsburgh .... .... 1 907 Schenectady. . . .... 1908 Boston ..... .... 1 909 I 131 l Wfashington .... .... New York ..... .... San Francisco .... .... Twin City... 1906 1906 1907 1909 1909 1910 1910 1911 1912 1912 1914 1914 1915 1916 1916 1909 1912 1914 1915 yinans Orse O er S Widau Schroth Sigmllfld Runes Sgicklashd RTll'1a591' Myers Haehnle Wrlght The Men's Interfraternity Association ll li Mens Interfraternity Association, formerly known as the Pan-Hellenic Association, was organized during the year 1912-13. The Council of the ,Xssocizitioii consists of two delegates from each of the Chapters of the National lfrriicriiiiics at tlie University. Business meetings are held once at month, GHCTI cliniilci' acting successively as host. 'l'lic luiiclziiiiciital purposes of this orgnaization are to furnish a medium Of iwlqiiioiisliip lictwccii the various fraternities, to govern the rushing and pledging ol' mcii. lu proiiiotc college activities and to elevate the scholastic standing of ll'Iiil'l'lllll' lllifll. H321 Qigmund Wright Pan-Hellenic I Q 1 P-. It luncil of the the Xatimlal fllflflthv each 1. medium Of zmfl Plcdging ., gmnrling of SSOG TI N. r l l ' Officers William M. Myers ..... . . .President Walter Haelmle ..,. . . l'1'ce-President Robert G. Thayer. . .Secretary Treasurer Delegates Sigma Chi Phi Delta Theta R. G. Thayer YV. E. Widau D. L. Strickland J. R. Dorsey Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Tau Delta W. M. Myers VV. F. Haelmle J. Schroth J. E. Crawford Beta Theta Pi Pi Kappa Alpha S. P. Todd F. J. Wright A. B. ldesou H. C. jones I 133 I Sigma Chi Founded at Miami University, 1855 Zeta Psi Chapter installed at the University of Cincinnati, 1882 Colors-Blue and Gold Flower-White Rose Fratres in Facultate john A. Caldwell, M. D. 1. W. Rowe, A. B., M. D .Xrch l. Carson, M. D. Victor Ray, M. D. Frank B. Cross, M. D. L. Cv. Heyn, M. D. Fratres in Collegio Medicinae Domilrl Lyle joe Robbins Victor Ray, Ir. Fratres in Academicae 1920 1922 Pledges I lliflf 3clilllfi.ll1rlvyA Robert Ehrmann Jack Blair Xl it 11 II. Il hey ci ll illiain tKruse lack Harrod V llllgfvlllllf . .mcg Russell Stewart Ernest Newbold m wglifm 7 Walter Vester H v 193 Carlton Winsor ll ilu-V .X. liow-1' Xorinan Sehaeht I Q-ph ll Stu Ill D viii I.. S1i'ic'lfl:1nrl . . -'vs ' Chas. jackson Shuttleworth -Xlvercl Stutson l xi. 1882 , B., M. D. . D. f. D. 7 Rflfff Jr' ges LET 1ff"f'l xi,-wlilzlfl Xv'r"QI."f gymgair' Sigma Chi Roll of Honor Major james M. Bentley, Medical Corps. Capt. Ralph T. McComas, Field Artillery Capt. Leslie H. johnson, 136th Field Artillery. Capt. E. Vance Towler, 136 Field Artillery Capt. William H. Ellis, 136 Field Artillery Capt. joseph G. Morris, 136 Field Artillery Capt. Hugh Garvin, Field Artillery Capt. Carroll A. Powell, Field Artil- lery Capt. David L. Brumbach, Field Artillery. Capt. Donald R. McComas, 82d Field Artillery Capt. E. Burk Hogue, 136 Field Ar- tillery. lst Lieut. Frank B. Cross, Medical Corps lst Lieut. Edwin Corwin, Medical Corps lst Lieut. Wm. Power Clancy, Tank Corps lst Lieut. Geo. B. Ehrman, 329th Infantry H351 1st Lieut. Chas. O. Knowlton, 136 Field Artillery 2d Lieut. Robert IV. Gilmore, Cb- server, Air Service 2d Lieut. Cornelius J. Hauck, Pilot, Air Service 2d Lieut. David L. Strickland, Pilot, Air Service . 2d Lieut. YVm. Carson, 136 Field Artillery 2d Lieut. Ferris M. Judy, 136 Field Artillery 2d Lieut. Paul H. Yelton, Infantry John A. Reece, 136 Field Artillery Robert A. Goetz, Infantry Edward H. Shields, 136 Field Artil- lery Cadet Joseph IV. Stuart, Air Service Victor Ray, Jr., Medical Reserve Donald I. Lyle, Medical Reserve Robert G. Thayer W'm. A. Kruse Charles I. Shuttleworth Alverd Stutson Richard W'indisch George M. Gale, Deceased Clifford Miller Ensign Albert Ehrman, Navy lxValter A. Rover, Navy john K. Heyle, Navy 1 1 i 1 1 Prather McClure Roudebush Henderson Alcorn Summers Meyers Nippert Fields Hopkins 'VVolfinger Roshong Kitzmills-r Armentraut Bishop Myer Sehroth Mitchell Fry Wyckoff Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ifonnded University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 9, 1856 Ohio Epsilon Chapter Chartered November 2, 1889 Fratres in Facultate llzirry Lewis XVieinan, Ph. D. Everett Irving Yowell, Ph. D. Fratres in Academicae 1919 1922 1922 nn Rim-lqie Myers Xryllwl- Wood Bislloll JT. VX7illiam Lewis Sommer 1920 Richard Childs Henderson ,l?1m6S ROWG Weaver lx l i1'l Horse Nlorris ,-Xrthur Xllilliam K1CClure 191211 Edward lVYk9ff 14121 Edwzxrcl Lee Meyer 1923 1 11 XX111111111 121-1.1 slznnes Gamble Nippert Herbert Smead Alcorn XX 1111 1111 1J1,1,11111 111,11 john Irving Noble Alexander Shaw Field XX 111 Qlll 1f.,e11-11 11,,l,14111e lirerlei'ic-li Ramsey Prather Karl Vivian Kitzmiller 1 1 11 131.11-1.1, X111,11,11 Roy Cieorge Roshong Irving Henry Sehroth lx 1 XX'11,.,11 XX',,11111L11.1- lirzinciis Wilshire Roudebush Hersehall Eugene Shetterly Pledges XX'il1'1'efl ll, Xortfrn Karl Jacob Marble 113361 i Y! wang fy W Ngfcfi 9, 30 .n Ph. D- 1022 5 ,Wg Sommef Y .nv ,T XXIC Z1 Ver W:-'W 1013 Q'f1,z'2Ll'i Alcorn .E Qin'-V Field Q. mmuier V id-jfr'9T.il T I-1 .1.-:ic Shetterly Ohio Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lieut. Colonel Wm. Forse Major Herman Bayless Major W. H. Parker Major Walter W. Schwaab Capt Stanley G. Backman Capt Leonard K. Baehr Capt Richard T. Dickerson Capt Neil Finch Capt Arthur W. Gordon Capt Earl Harkness Capt Victor Heintz Capt Capt Walter O. Hill Jas. Jennie Capt Lee Brooks Kasson Capt Robt. N. Miller Capt. Robt. Mitchell i Capt Wm. H. Pearce Capt Geo. Prugh wk Killed in action. Roll of Honor Commissioned Officers Capt. Thos. S. D. Stewart Capt. Harold Van Matre Capt. Morgan Van Matre i':Lieut. Leland M. Barnett, D. S. C. Lieut. Lowell Barnett Lieut. Walter Bishop Lieut John J. Blau Lieut Edward Clyde Lieut. Donald F. Dearness Lieut. David S. Evans Lieut. Wm. Foley TLieut. john K. Grisard Lieut Ernest Gundrum Lieut. Clifford Hall Lieut. VVm. Harris Lieut. Edward Hyndman Lieut Wallace Innes TKilled in airplane accident in France. Lieut S. Fred Kemper Lieut Albrecht F. Leuc Lieut. Adam Mackay, British Engineers Lieut Thad Montgomery Lieut. Burton C. Morris Lieut james G. Nippert Lieut Dudley M. Outcalt Lieut Chas. H. Porter Lieut Dudley K. Sadler Lieut Irving Schroth Lieut Horton C. Stanley Lieut Percy Thompson Lieut Eric Twachtmann Lieut Bruce XVallace Lieut john XVhitely Lieut Estel Yetter Ensign Howard Mitchell Herbert Alcorn, S. A. T. C. Robert Almond, S. N. T. C. Sgt. Boone Armentrout, O. T. C. Edgar Baker John A. Bleekman Corp. Wm. Frank Cornell Sgt. J. T. Crutchfield, - 136 F. A. Milford H. Davis, Eng. Richard Farbach, 145 Amb. Co. Alexander Field, S. A. T. C. Wm. Green, S. A. T. C. Ormond Groenland, S. A. T. C. Ralph Hall, S. A. T. C. Wm. Donald Hall, S. A. T. C. Richard Henderson, S. A. T. C. Robert Hyndman Sgt. Robert G. Hopkins Enlisted Men Corp. Wm. Foster Hopkins S. A. T. C. Jefferson Hudson, 145 F. Hosp Chas. H. Hughes, 136 F. A Act. Sgt. Karl V. Kitzmiller S. A. T. C. Norman Kohlhepp Frank Littleford, A. E. F. Jas. W. McGarry, 136 F. A Colin McKenzie, Can. Eng Act. Sgt. Wm. M. MyerS, S. A. T. C. Frederick Prather, O. T. C. VValter Rendigs, O. T- C- joseph K. Rice, 31 Eng. Roy Roshong, S. A. T. C. Francis Roudebush, O. T. C Herschall Shetterg,A. T. C Harold Smith Wm. Sommer, S. A. T. C. Reg. Sgt.-Nlaj. H. Stegfleff 126th F. A 11371 Ralph Van Matrc, Aviation J. Earl 'Weatherford I S. A. I'. C. james Weaver, A. T. C. Bat. Sgt.-Maj. A. I-I. White, 136 F. A. Act. Sgt. John Wykoff, S. A. T. C. Navy Carl IVm. Frey, S. T. C. Lloyd johnson Donald Miller, Annapolis YVilliam Moore, Elec. 2d C. Robt. M. Morris, G. M., lst C. lah Arthur McClure, S. N. T. C. Irving Noble, S. N. T. C. lVilmot Taylor, S. N. T. C. Ralph lVolfinger, S. N. T. C. Y. M. C. A. Bert Lyons Ed ward Meyer Beta Nu of Beta Theta Pi Beta Nu Chapter established at University of Cincinnati in 1890 alms A Pink and Blue FZOWGV-R059 Fratres in Facultate William P. Burris, A. M., L. H. D. Dudley YV. Palmer, M. D. Stephen C. Ayers, M. D. Benjamin W. Gaines, M. D. ll. Kennon Dunham, M. D. Robert Stephenson, M. D. lfranlc ll. Lamb, M. D. L. Tuechter, IW. D. Thomas H. Kelley. M. D. Fratres in Academicae 1010 llerl mert Stewart lllinans 1020 Sainuel Pogue Torlcl Ili-rbert Xorloii llvest Vernon liraclley Roberts 1021 llonzilrl .Xvey lJZl1lCl'SOll C'li:n'les llenry Sc'ln'arlei' liziyiiifnifl lxinney Cooper Willizun llolwnnb llinscfh ll'illi:1ni llmvn- liullei' y . . I lnlip lit-inw' Fone u .31 1922 William Albert Cordes 'Willard Blayney Fessenden Allison Baptiste Ideson Donald Anderson Maish Howard Edward Metzger Stanley Clayton WVithrow 1023 Edgar Douglas Coons Nelson Forsyth Caldwell Dwight 'William Maddux Ralph Chisholm Kline blames Harkness Stoehr Lawrence Coohnower Vlfina HS S90 wr--R D. . D. D. len Y 5' 21155 OSC Beta Nu of Beta Theta Pi . Honor Roll Dr. Robert M. Blanchard, Colonel Dr. Faris M. Blair, Captain Dr. Robert D. Massey, Captain Dr. Dudley W. Palmer, Captain Walter W. Tangeman, Captain John W. Sherii, Captain Ellis B. Gregg, Ir., Captain Dr. Henry K. Dunham, Captain Eldridge G. Smith, lst Lieut. William H. Kite, jr., lst Lieut. Ralph A. Kreimer, lst Lieut. -Dr. Thomas H. Kelley, lst Lieut. Dr. Allen M. Taylor, lst Lieut. John H. Stewart, lst Lieut. Chauncey M. Tilden, lst Lieut. Frederick W. Engdahl, lst Lieut. Ben R. Schneider, lst' Lieut. Edgar M. Webb, lst Lieut. Clifford C. Gregg, lst Lieut. Anton W. Schneider, lst Lieut. George C. Brown, lst Lieut. Wellslake D. Morse, lst Lieut. Roland W. Richardson, lst Lieut. Alden L. Hart, 2d Lieut. Walter R. Mason, 2d Lieut. Charles Nimmo, Ir., 2d Lieut. Maurice W. Wilson, 2d Lieut. Gove Compton, 2d Lieut. John T. Dale, 2d Lieut. Ralph L. Langenheim, 2d Lieut. Edmund H. Geohegan, 2d Lieut. H391 J. Karl Hctsch, 2d Lieut. Phillip H. Cone, 2d Lieut. Asa V. Butterhcld, 2d Lieut. C. Hammond Avery, 2d Lieut. Campbell N. Jackson, 2d Lieut. Cedric C. Fosdick, 2d Lieut. Carl A. Markgraf, 2d Lieut. Raymond K. Cooper, 2d Lieut. Clifford F. Ahlers, Ensign Smith Hickenlooper, O. T. C. Carl P. Mitchell, Sergeant E. W. Simpkinson, Sergeant Clifford D. Paddack, Sergeant Richard H. Kalbfus, Sergeant Hall C. Smith, Sergeant Harold W. Liddle, Sergeant Elliot D. Becker, Sergeant james W. Montgomery, Cadet Stanley C. Withrow, Cadet Ralph L. Boss, Section Chief, U. S. N. C. Seabrooke Marsh, Petty Officer, U. S. N. Gilbert H. Hicks, Corporal Stanley S. Taylor, Corporal W. Alford Gregg, Corporal Kenneth P. Geohegan, Corporal C. Robert Briggs, Corporal Edward S. Robinson, Chairman Trade Test, Bureau of 'War De- partment Frank F. Taylor, Y. M. C. A. Whittier Douthit Schmidt O. Fasset Isphording Rogers ' POYSGH Gregory Averil Breiel Osborne Mendenhall Shryock Pine Howell H I Buck Sloan Fischer F. Fasset Dorsey Wxdau Sudhoff Kepler Watkins Ph1 Delta Theta alms -Azure and Argent Flower-White Carnation Fratres in Facultate Isaac Joslin Cox, Ph. D. Seldon Gale Lowrie, Ph. D. Eslic Asbury Ho 1919 Robert Dorsey Clmrlcs Fischer, llcnry Schiniclt Cliarlcs Sloan, jx lfflwnrfl Suclholit' Cflmrlcs Shryoclc 1920 Donzllfl Buck lirzincis Fzissctt Cyrus DeWitt Meade, Ph. D. Fratres in Collegio Medicinae Paul Sudhofif William Koehler lly Zwick George Guest Fratres in Academicae 1922 Harvey Howell George Douthit mlr. Lionel Kepler George Fulton Earl Widau Oliver Fassett '- Lewis Gregory 1921 'William Averill 'Willard Breiel Cyrus Osborn Leslie Pine Pledge Gerald Isphordin Il40l George Rodgers Earl Watkins Wilmot Whittier 'Walter Mendenhall Robert Poysell George Kuehnle James Afthu' H0Wa Willia john - :FROb6' Norma Burt I john 1 john ll josepl tBurtc Raym W. Ke Ward R. A. Karl I 1st Henry john 1 1Davi john 1 Frank Charl Robei james Lowe Earl ' THa1l Lewis Russ' Godfi Willi Char Rolai Lewi Neil 'll Watkins farnation . D. filer :hit :fl CE rv . gets D :tier lcnhall all zrile Members of Phi Delta Theta in Service Majors james B. Kemper Arthur C. Everham Captains Howard Francis Shell William H. Fillmore ohn D. Ellis Robert L. Rockwell Norman B. Conway Burt H. Wuelfkoetter john Andrew Allen john F. Leary Joseph Franklin jewett "'Burton E. Robinson Raymond G. Church W. Kenneth Peck Ward E. Guest R. A. Tomassene Karl Little I lst Lieutenants Henry Brown McGill John Neal Joyce iDavid H. Ackerson john H. Ames Frank Rininger Miller Charles E. Kilgour Robert Hall Morrison James J. Taylor Lowell H. Ludwig Earl W. Vinnedge THall A. Taylor Lewis Marion Crosley Russell M. Easton Godfrey E. Strauss William E. Robinson Charles W. Forde Roland Ralph Pyne Lewis A. Querner Neil Wright 2d Lieutenants Robert L. Gieble Roy Palmer J. Donald Buck Edward B. Sudhoff Lloyd G. Mumaw Arthur C. Dixon Francis F. Fassett lVilliam Earl 'Widau slohn Harvey Howell Nelson Reck Sergeants Thomas R. Rodgers Elmore B. Heile Edward B. Ames Ralph Frank Waltz john E. Smith Schuler W. Sohngen Lowry H. Sweney Timothy C. Mooney Corporals THarry C. Froelick Gustave A. Stifel William P. Gillespie Privates Curtiss S. Williams William M. Curphey Pryce J. Ransom J. WVilliam Taylor Arthur G. Wakeman Robert S. Crane Harold P. McEntee Chaplain and Y. M. C. A. lst Lieut. C. C. lfVunder Charles A. Schroetter Ensigns James WL Pottenger George F. Habekotte jay R. Petree Warrant Officer Harold M. Altumer Navy Hubbard M. Loudon Robert Leslie Pine S. N. T. C. VVilliam Earl Watkins VValter S. Mendenhall Robert E. Poysell S. A. T. C. William A. Koehler Chester C. Staats Paul G. Sudhotf Holly Zwick john Robert Dorsey Charles Fischer Charles H. Sloan, plr. Charles Shryock Eslie Somers Asbury Lionel J. Kepler William D. Averill George W. Breiel Cyrus Richard Osborn john E. Fick Theron MCC. Brown Oliver Keith Fassett George K. Rodgers Vlfilliams J. Perkins Henry S. Mather Lewis sl. Gregory Dean Antrim Theo. H. McConnon Harold lV. Pexton George Kuehnle George R. Douthit john W'ilmot Whittier iDecorated with Croix de Guerre. TKilled in Action. iDied in Service. l14ll A .2 f ,Q I 1, Y wg ' , A I K - , X, ff , , O- 1 Gamma Xi of Delta Tau Delta i Established at the Uni versity ofCincinnati oC1Obef30 1909 C'O10I'S"-PllI'IJlC, White and Gold Flower-Pansy Fratres in Facultate Rufus Southworth, AM., M.D. Clarence Stevens, A.M. Robert Clark Gowdy, Ph.D. H. Frederioh Koenig, LL.D. Xlillltl I ml l'l2lCl1I1lC I , 1921 51 1919 1020 -I:11m-s II. C1:11'1'iso11 A . .liowt-11 ' 1I111'l1 NI J 1 Q 1. l.llL'l'SfPlL' C'1':111'1Af11'fl Slllll V1 R. C3:11'1'1s1111 1111111 Cf rllflflll Fratres in Collegio Medicinea M. Cullen Sexton Fratres in Academicae 1922 james A. Beaman Ralph lV. Sigmund liclwzircl C. Huerkamp 51. Wesley Pape 1923 Qxllllll KI. Crain Gorfloii Xl. Jones lDI11'1'l'l VV. YV. johnson I l42 j Pledges Edwin G. Hiharger 'Willard Crain Roland C. Ashton D. 1909 Fifnm-PansYa 5, A. Bl. Koenig, LL.D. Pledges 13, Hibargef ff Cfflin Q lf. Ashton Gamma Xi of Delta Tau Delta Honor Roll Major O. C. TrVyman Lieut. R. F. Schwenker lst Lieut. Byron H. Wayne lst Lieut. C. W. Cummings lst Lieut. C. H. Mackelfresh Lieut. Robert Heuck joseph B. Matre Capt. William L. Freyhof Lieut. H. B. McRae Capt. C. B. Stansbury lst Lieut. R. G. Carothers Leeds Bronson lst Lieut. Charles S. Schwarz Sergeant Karl V. Eiser Hugh M. Davidson Corporal Robert I. Bissell T. M. Armstrong P Lieut. Herbert H. Schroth Capt. R. C. Gowdy V. W. Fischbach Capt. F. Stanley Krug Lieut. W. R. Schraefer Lieut. A. P. Colligan Capt. Ed. D. Schorr Lieut. H. W. Langmead lst Lieut. H. B. Holdt Lieut. H. C. Howland Capt. Karl S. Day Ensign Bayle M. Richardson Corp. Louis S. Gabriel H. S. Tucker ll43l G. Lawrence Kemp Lieut. P. E. Mills B. S. Butteriield J. A. Brett Sergeant Carl L. Graeser lst Lieut. Davis L. james Lieut. D. G. Fries Richard D. Conn Sergeant M. C. Sexton Lieut. Robert M. Todd J. T. Schraffenberger C. J. Petzhold Walter F. Haehnle Lieut. A. O. Buckingham C. H. Rogert William L. Ettinger Ensign Harold J. Lush Lieut. Leroy C. Petty J. B. Petzhold J. E. Downey Sergeant J. H. Garrison Lieut. Arch D. McCartney J. Nixon Lutz Lieut. Hugh M. Bowen Sergeant Stuart R. Garrison Sergeant J. E. Crawford Sergeant John C. Todd Ralph TV. Sigmund Gordon M. jones Corp. Ed. C. Huerkamp Sergeant Darryl 'W. YV. johnson W. Mclntire Mc-Intire Wagner Schierloh Curtiss Beaven Elliott Beer J. B. Jones B. Wydman Fitzgerald G1-eiser R. Wydmahn Thomas Havelaar Goodwyn Wright H. C. Jones Brueggeman Ellers J. G. Jones Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at University of Virginia, 1868 Alpha Xi Chartered at University of Cincinnati, 1910 C'0Iorxe--Garnet and Gold F rater in F acultate F lower-Lily-of-the-Valley Reginald McGrane, Ph. D. ' Fratres in Collegio Medicinae 1920 1921 james C. jones Herbert C. jones Clillord Ll. Straehley Harold H. Wagner Erwin M. Straehley F William liriicggcn l'1'anc1s I. Wright l Fratres in Academicae 1919 Louis sl. Henshaw ian Edward C. Strietelrneier William C. Rlclntirc Edward llfagner, jr. ' ' . g Robert lVydman 1921 George lil. lfilcrs l'. Ernest lilliotl Kenna-tli li. Cruiser Byron lVydrnan 1922 Howard Curtiss Wallace Xlclntirc 11441 1923 ' I. Mahlon Beaven H. VVm. Beer P. H. Fitzgerald W. C. Havelaar J. Bolling jones Frederick Schierloh Clifford Thomas Beer hula J.G.Jones 0 -of-the-V alley ff 323 in Beaverl Beef zgerald Wtllilaf :jones . SChlefIOh "hQmZ1S Pi Kappa Alpha Honor Roll George M. Arnold, Sergeant Curtis R. Beresford, Private Ambrose C. Black, WVarrant Officer Challen F. Boake, Sergeant Edward A. Boalt, Lieut. Harry Britton, Corporal . Leonard E. Brunn, Sergeant Wallace Cromley, Lieut. Carlton E. Davidson, Lieut. Thomas Denham, Lieut. Joseph R. Edmunston, Private Charles C. Eulass, Private Cherington L. Fisher, Private Gerald Fitzgerald, Lieut. George Goodwyn, Lieut. Edwin Guckenberger, Private George Hodapp, Private Herbert F. Koch, Corporal J. Burk LeClere, Lieut. H451 George Metzger, Private Albert G. Muenzcnmaier, Corpo Fay A. Norton, W'arrant OHicer Arthur C. Osborne, Lieut. Ralph Ottenjohn, Sergeant Harry Rawlings, Midshipman Arthur E. Richardson, Private Emory N. Root, Lieut. Robert M. Schell, Captain Morton B. Shepard, Lieut. S. Ward Sterling, Lieut. H. P. Talcott, Warrant Ofiicer Colonel H. Thompson, Lieut. A. Gordon Van Ness, Lieut. Leroy C. Voss, Lieut. Howard C. W'aldo, Seaman -I. Gregg W'alker, Private Randall Walker, Corporal Alfred W'enzel, Corporal ral Seltz Isserman Kronm an Friedman Segal Litschitz Goldman Hachen Meyers Herwltz Salkover Buckner Omicron of Sigma Alpha Mu Fratres in Graduate School Barnett Robert Brickner, M. A. Irving Frederick Reichert, B. A. Frater in Law School Morris Lifschitz, B. A. Fratres in Collegio Medicinae David Samuel Hachen Samuel S. Herwitz Fratres in Collegio Academicae 1919 1922 ' Albert Goldman Harry Lincoln Kronman Ferdinand Myron lsserman Eugene Segal 1921 Leo Friedman Fratres in United States Service Philip Mitchell Meyers Nicholas Mann Salkover Samuel Seltz Adolph H. Finkelstein Pledges I 146 1 Zola Deutch, 1921 Arthur Goodman Simon, 1921 Louis E. Grafman Milton Henry Schmidt Alpha 1 .Co Beta, Gam' Deltz EPS ' Cc Zeta C Eta Sigma Alpha Mu Founded November 26, 1907, at the College of the City of New York Ornicron Chapter established at the University of Cincinnati February 24, 1917. Colors-Purple and White Flower-Fleur-de-lis Roll of Chapters Alpha, A A - College' of the City of New 'York Beta, Cornell University Lifxhim Buckner J .,,. t 1 4 t . Gamma, Columbia University A Delta, Island College Hospital Epsilon, I in Reichert' B' A' 'College of Physicians and Surgeons Zeta, Cornell University Medical School Eta, Syracuse Univertity. ,nman ates SerViC0 mon, 1921 fit 147 1 Theta, University of Pennsylvania Iota, State University of Kentucky Kappa, University of Minnesota Lambda, Harvard University Nu, University of Buffalo Xi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Crnicron, University of Cincinnati Rho, University of Illinois Alpha Nu Sigma 4 I Kirkpatrick Reade Shulte Hubstetter Champlain Miller Hollister Kratt Alexander G. Allen Norton D. All ' en Fuller Flath J. Allen Norrls Embshofl' Weigand Myers I 148 I g l 6. Allen Norton llyon I Alpha Nu Sigma Founded january 12, 1911, at the University of Cincinnati Flower--Blue Cornfiower Colors--Black and Gold Frater Honorarius H. E. Warrington, U. C., 1890 Frater in Collegio Medico john F. Davis Fratres in Academicae 1919 , 1922 Clifton D. Norris Leonard C. Hollister Earl H. Flath Donald Allan Robert B. Fuller Clarence Alexander . James E. Allan William Mueller George Embshoff Earl Myers A john K. Kirkpatrick 1920 Harold J. Norton Ralph W' Reade Glenn H. Allen Norman A. Hobstetter 1923 1921 Emil Kratt Vernon I. Wiegand 'Wallace Champlain l149I Sigma Delta Pi Donnelly House Finch Brockman DeGinther Weller Taylor Hankes Peyton Williams Melhope Igler Campbell Piper Keever High Pope Schaufele Koski Guilday Chandler Constable McKinley Uihlein Koehler Sarvis Henlein Bright Muth I 150 1 1 r 5 'gg WHHZIDS 5,5 Guilday my Mllth Sigma Delta Pi Founded at the University of Cincinnati, October 8, 1912 Colors-Royal Purple and lVhite Flower-The Violet Fratres in Academicae 1919 Christopher L. Koehler H. Calrner Uihlein Fred C. Todd 1920 Selden F. High - Stanley P. Rhein 1921 Hector Leigh Brite Paul John Chandler Charles Constable Carl Albert Henlein john P. Herzog Dewey G. Richter Robert G. F. safvis William H. Schaufele E. L. McKinley 11511 1921 Howard L. Pope Charles WVillard DeGinther Frank Weller Henry K. Campbell 1922 Brent Finch Ladrue Grauer Robert Donnelly Norbert C. Brockman Harry VVilliams Robert N. Piper Herbert K. Keever Frank H. Hankes George E. Muth 1923 E. Ralph House Fred V. lgler i Coryell Walls Cornelius Kindel Hamilton Auburn Rich , Beall Margraf Kemp Cunningham Mittendorf Davies Lambda Chi Alpha Founded at Boston University, November 2, 1909 Gamma Gamma Chapter installed at the University of Cincinnati, 1919 Colors-Purple, Green and Gold Frater in Facultate Frederic M. Thrasher, A. M. Fratres in Collegio Medicinae john L. Lapsley Fraters in Academicae 1919 William A. Margraf 1921 Augustus Beall, jr. Lawrence S. Coryell Chase M. Davies Burnham Finney Paul A. Kemp Eugene S. Mittendorf 11521 1920 james H. Cunningham, Jr. 1922 Horace Auburn Daniel xl. Kindel Carl Rich james T. Walls 1923 Carl Cornelius AMA' 63122711- fda-f Eifffff Zeta. 5 Iota. ff Lamb: Bela. Phi. R Delia Pi, 'xi' Omit: Blu. l Tau. Qf. . Era. . Theta I, pri. Xi. I Chi. Omeg Kapg Ku. Rho. Psi. Alpl Alpl Rich his ati. 1919 ham, JT. Lambda Chi Alpha Chapter Roll Alpha, Boston University Gamma, Massachusetts Agricultural College Epsilon, University of Pennsylvania Zeta, Pennsylvania State College Iota, Brown University Lambda, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Beta, University of Maine Sigma, University of Michigan Phi, Rutgers Delta, Bucknell Pi, lVorcester Polytechnic Institute Omicron, Cornell University Mu, University of California Tau, lfVashington State College Eta, Rhode Island State College Theta, Dartmouth University Upsilon, Louisiana State University Xi, Depauw University Chi, University of Illinois ' Omega, Alabama Polytechnic Institute Kappa, Knox College Nu, University of Georgia Rho, Union College Psi, Purdue University Alpha Alpha, Butler College Alpha Gamma, University of South Dakota l153I Alpha Epsilon, I-'larvarcl L'niversity Alpha Zeta, Colgate University Alpha Iota, Northwestern L'niversity Alpha Lambda, Oregon Agricultural College Alpha Beta, University of Wisconsin Alpha Sigma, Cumberland University Alpha Phi, University of Alabama Alpha Delta, Missouri School of Mines Alpha Pi, University of Denver Alpha Omricon, Indiana University Alpha Mu, University of Texas Alpha Tau, Iowa State College Alpha Eta, Oklahoma A. and M. College Alpha Theta, Franklin and Marshall College Alpha Upsilon, Syracuse University Alpha Xi, New Hampshire College Alpha Chi, Richmond College Alpha Omega, Ohio University Alpha Kappa, Wabash College Alpha Nu, Vlfestern Reserve University Alpha Rho, Colby College Alpha Psi, University of lVashington Gamma Alpha, University of Akron Gamma Gamma, University of Cincinnati 1 I ! l 1 I I ., l 1 i 1 I I 1 jane Sc a I Gertnzf Q 8 l W i Mars' 1 Wise A o. Adler s. Adler Freund Rauch - Diserens RUPP Bfaunstem Del! Alpha Pi Delta Founded at the University of Cincinnati, 1916 C0Z01's+Lilao and Gold F lowereThe Woodbine Frater in Facultate Charles M. Diserens P Ka Fratres in Academicae Charles Adler Elk Freund Sidney Adler Gordon L. Rauch Harry A. Braunstein Lowell W. Rupp l. Milton Wise Fratres in U. S. Service ' i EUC L- SCh11l'CG Willard Niederliauser H541 Kan u V? -A. pr i e riaetiaiic fzizfzozizi " ir -' ,ff 0 9 e ww ' iii as SQGIATIQN Q l"' K"Tiffrgififfkrarvfwwf K' jane Schmid ...... Gertrude Kemp .... Mary Kramer .... Delta Delta Delta Lillian Meeds Roberta Stoehr Luella Latta, Alumnal Kappa Delta Elizabeth Spalding Marian Fry Charlotte Long, Alumnal Kappa Alpha Theta Marguerite Reid Gertrude Kemp Mary Louise Rutter, Alzmznal . . . . .President . . .Secretary . . . . Treasurer Chi Omega Laura MeNutt Evelyn Enneking Mrs. C. XV. Beckett, fllzmznal Kappa Kappa Gamma Helen Linnard Jeanette Striker Carolyn McGowan, Alzmuzal Delta Zeta Katharine Jamieson Mary Kramer Mrs. XV. lYilley, --111111111511 Theta Phi Sigma Mary Ann Ries Christine Hoshaw Loretta Hanlon, .ilzruzizal H551 I XX A X ,ff Green A. Taylor Lantis Whitaker M . Taylor Anderson Paver Miller Ulland Kemper 21 Vg T Meeds Cordes Cone Knight Stoehr Wilson S. Luebbert James Purves Kinney Johnson G. Luebbert Ford Lloyd Gale Ranson Britney I l - Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, 1888 Zeta Chapter installed at University of Cincinnati, 1892 Colors-Silver, Gold and Blue Flower-Pansy Sorores in Facultate Cora Box Sorores in Graduate School Clara Aekerson Helen Tan geman Sorores in Academicae 1919 Mary Anderson Dorothy Cone Margaret Cordes Margaret Green Anne Knight Lillian Meeds Maraon Paver 1920 Martha Lantis Sylvia Luebbert Ethel Kinney Frederica Miller Marjorie Purves Roberta Stoehr Amelia Taylor 1921 Olivia James Frances Johnson Virginia Kemper Russell Ranson Susan Wilson 1922 Dorothy Britney Althea Ford Rose Gale Cieely Lloyd Gladys Luebbert Marion Taylor Ruth Ulland Naomi llfhitaker Sorores in Nurses Training School Parthenia Foster Adelaide Richardson Meta Miller Mary Louise lVilson l157I i I A -...vw ,,-t.a..f-n l S -i Fillmore Craig Spalding Shigley Kern Hulick McDonald FYY Grosse Stewart Turpin McAfee Gmega Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Kappa Delta founrlecl at Virginia Stale Norinnl, 1897 Omega Xi installed at L'niyersit . , . . . , V ol Q infsinnati, 1910 C'0!01'5e-Olive Green and White l"I0a'C1"-lVlii1e Rose Sorores in Facultate Helen Stanley Dorothy Ferry Josephine Osborne Margaret Campbell Roberta Gibson Sorores in Collegio Medicinae Dorothea Feoyille Mary Thomas Sorores in Academicae 1919 - 1921 Lucille Cragg Marguerite Shigley 1920 Hilda Fillmore Marian Fry Elizabeth Spalding Virginia Irene Hulic-lc Elizabeth McDonald Mrs. B. C. Yan ll'ye Patronesses 1 159 1 Margaret Grosse Milclrecl Kern Marjorie Stewart 1922 Helen McAfee Virginia Turpin Mrs. G. O. ll'hite I sf: IEIJ 4, I I I I. I I :W Se I, I I fl 3: ll II I I I . I II I. I I I I I I, Ig, I I I I I I I I I I 1 In ,, I ' , I , I I. Dysart Nichols Reid Dickerson Fischer Sechrist Stephens Stuart Kemp Scheiar Brackman Myers Carpenter A'CkiI1S James Burris M. Murdock Boutet Morris Slirllble Shelton Serodino D. Dysart Hatfield Powell E. Murdock Brady I I jan! 534109 gud! Alpha Tau of Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta founded at lDCl7Il1lXl. 1 Alpha Tau Chapter installed at the Universitx itinni 1 f College Chapters, -13 Alumnae Qh ipttrs m7 Colors-Black and Gola Flower-The Pansy Soror in Facultate Marguerite Resor Soror in Collegio Medicinae Violetta Shelton Sorores in Academicae 1919 Hulda Brackman Tunis Dickerson Marjorie Nichols Marguerite Reid Anne Stephens Florence Stuart 1920 Gertrude Kemp Edna Scheiar Esther Sechrist 1922 Elizabeth Burris Marion Murdock Ellen Struble Pledges Charlotte Merry I 161 I 1921 Ethel Atkins Judith Boutet Henrietta Brady Mildred Carpenter Dorothy Dysart Isabelle Dysart Adele Fischer Louise Hatfield Agnes James Elsa Morris Edith Murdock Alfarata Myers Minerva Powell Helen Serodino Katherine 'Withrow 1 ,, N3 Ham. J ,V , .1 ,... 0 .1" , ,, ,f 4 ff in if ag 2 48 f Xi 'V . ....:.: KV: ,, -ii f X V , , X xv Vevfi X ' 5 i ff X Q I f Y an 3 s 1 - .Z ,X WZ ' , 7 f 'Y ,Q f x X f y f V. "ii: ' . , f .,, WZ a . W 5 f N ff fi? Z: , I , f X 1 Y X rf 3 X X , w f , 46 'mf f-xv, 1 f W Y f sq 7 Q' k Y , X f x f , ff ,sa Q 153 V V VV5 7 ,, Vfwl ,W VV , .... ,- V . V V V IVV . '. V V V V, . -jx fi: xjV, , V,,,VfV, f, V VVV , x 'QM V V VZVVVVV f V V .g,,VV , V V ....... , ., Q5 V. V .1 V V , VQVVIV VV V 4 h ii, : h 1 h v A V 'Vi 1, fy ' ' , V , V: ,,,V ,. , , V V V gf V- VvV2,N, ,VW VV V -5 , V. Snow M. Knight McNutt Patterson Schaefer McMillan Buchanan H. Knight Ennekmg Hagemyer Finke Wachs Sullivan Pfiegel' Driehaus Parry Poysell V055 Kreimer Hubbard Roedter Barker Case yi T r!l""'nl 'W' M" Pi Alpha of chi omega Founded at University of Arkansas, 1895 Pi Alpha Chapter installed at University of Cincinnati, 1913 Colors-Cardinal and Straw Flower--White Carnation Soror in Facultate Sophie W. Brunhoff Soror in Collegio Medicinae Mary Sadelia Knight Soror in Collegio Legis Regina Closs Sorores in Academicae ,diff 1919 Evelyn Ennekin g Elizabeth Hagemeyer 1921 Mary Hubbard Dorothy Poysell Darnaris McMillan Bess Parry Laura McNutt Elenore Wachs Mary Patterson 1922 Louise Schaefer Catherine Snovv 1920 Helen Knight jane Sullivan 1921 Virginia Buchanan Eleanor Finke Pledge Marion Dolle I 163 , Louise Barker Nanette Case Elinor Driehaus Louise Kreirner Edna Pfleger Charlotte Roedter Sylvia Voss l r if I W 1 ' f Miller Kreidler Jamieson Swing Culbertson K. Keating Kramer Bush. Walker DeBeck Daniels Rflgatzy Corwm Farnsworth S. Keating F. Rutledge R1Ch9J'dS0n Ford Allen Seifried ' Lnly Huenefeld Delta Zeta Xi Chapter installed 1916 Founded October 24, 1902, Miami University, Cxford, Ohio Colors-Rose and Nile' Green g Flower-Killarney Rose C 1919 Charlene Culbertson Katherine Jamieson Katherine Kreidler Marjorie Miller 1920 Arlie Daniels Elaine DeBeck Katherine Keating Mary Kramer Louise Lilly Frances Rutledge Catharine Swing A 1 Q' . .V ...- af " Pledge 1921 ' Florence Ford 1 Margaret Huenefeld Bertha Rogatsky' ' Ruth Seifried Charlotte Walker 1922 Dorothy Allen Amelia Bush Sue Corwin Marion Farnsworth Sarah Keating Sibylla Richardson Pauline Rutledge 11671 H , fi' D . V, , fm 'W i 15 hristim' Hochzxw Trzwy Lim 6 AP' Ruth Norris Tuf- Hvstwrhvrg ajf ffl fi PY r . I 21553 f . , , 9 ' . ' rl N ' X ll ' EN Mary Arm Ries Kahle Kehm ker Kane O'Connell F. Wasmvr Barnard Diefenbach IIB gh Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega Founded at DePauw University, 1885 Installed at University of Cincinnati, April, 1919 Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green F lower-Carnation and Smilax College Chapters, 26 Alumnae Chapters, 12 Alumnae Clubs, 23 Patronesses Mrs. M. c. Hum Mme. G. Aerts Mrs. W. H. Parker Mrs. E. Talbert ' A I Mrs. W. E. Stillvvell Sorores in Academicae 1919 Helen Kahle 1920 Mary Ann'Ries Ruth M. Morris 1921 Amy Diefenbach Aline Hesterberg Christine Hoshaw Florence M. Kane Charlotte E. Kehml Kathryn Lindner Inez Tracey 11691 1922 Mary O'Connell Mary Neufarth Elizabeth Tucker Alice Wasmer Pledge Aline Barnard 1 w .7 MXH!! X1-NVE MX 3 Mithoefer Danziger Moore XVerner Clark Krapp VVetzel Workum 1 Theta of Pi Kappa S1ma Founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, State Normal School, November 17, 1894 Theta Chapter installed at University of Cincinnati, January 20, 1917 Colors--Turquoise Blue and Gold Flowers-Forget-me-not and jonquil Patronesses Q iMiss Anne Laws Mrs. David 1. Workum Sorores in Academicae 1919 1920 julia Clark Hannah Workum , Jessie Danziger Katherine Werner Elizabeth Moore Mildred Krap Emmy Lou Mithoefer C 1921 Helena Wetzel 4 Pledges A Helen Bfitg Harton , C Marcella Schroth ll71I Colors- Theta Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu Garnet and White Flower-Red and White Carnations Fatres in F acultate Stephen C. Ayres, A. M., M. D. Edmund M. Baehr, M. D. Roger S. Morris, A. B., M. D. Mark A. Brown, M. D. Edward D. Allgaier, A. B., M. D. james Bentley, M. D. W'illiam Shannon, A. B., M. D. E. O. Smith, M. D. Dudley W. Palmer, B. S., M. D. Dudley Webb, M. D. Robert Carothers, M. D. R. B. Cofield, M. D. james M. Rowe, A. B., M. D. john D. Miller, M. D. Clarence J. King, M. D. Robert Stevenson, M. D. Star Ford, M. D. E. VV. Ufalker, A. B., M. D. l1721 H Kennon Dunham . , M. Magnus A. Tate, M. D. Gordon McKim, M. D. Charles P. Kennedy, M. William J. Graf, M. D. Charles E. Kiely, A. B. Frank M. Coppock, Jr., A. B., M. james W. Miller, M. D. Frank Fee, M. D. Charles Langdale, M. D. Carleton G. Crisler, M. Robert D. Maddox, M. E. Gustav Zinke, M. D. Charles Bonifield, M. D. Benjamin W. Gaines M William Mithoefer, VVylie M. Ayers, M. D. D D. D D. D. D. meters D J 7 Theta Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu Fratres in Collegio ' 1919 Ward Denver Coffman john Charles Hagin Lloyd Leggett Hoskins Davis Lillard Donald johnson Lyle Clifton Forest McClintic Robert Scott Martin Charles Stewart Noonan George Wallace Ryall Frank Vierling 1920 Earnest N. Beatty Earl M. Britenburg james Guy jones Howard Dixon Mclntyre Samuel Garvin Molinder Victor Ray, Jr. Vernon Bradley Roberts William Raymond Rogers Marshall Cullen Sexton Clifford john Straehley Ervin Miller Straehley I1731 1920 Clifford Sherwood Turner Jerome Ziegler 1921 George Benzing, Jr. Lloyd King Felter Hewitt Blain Hannah Herbert Claiborne jones Joseph Lindner Herbert Patrick Malone Matthew Clarence Pirrung Clarence joseph Shafer Harold Harr Wagner ' 1922 William Harry Brueggemann Maynard S. Cherington William Howe Fuller Herman Keck Guernsey Reines Lunger George William McClure Maurice Irving Miller William Ellison Shattuc Walter Charles Vester Omega Upsilon Phi I I E rumcfr lv c "iw ' rmner ' 1 Il I k C Smlth Thompson Wilke Paul Haus Hohman Braunlin Swept R y S Julie Osca F. J Albe Cha johl Lou Che H. S. I S. I 5 i fm Beta Chapter of Omega Upsilon Phi F lower-Red Carnation Fratres in Facultate Julien Benjamin, B. S., M. D. Sidney Lange, A. B., M. D. Oscar Berghausen, A. B., M. D. Walter E. List, M. D. F. J. Boyd, M. D. Louis Ransohoff, M. D., F. R C S Albert F. Freiberg, M. D. August Ravogli, M. D. A Charles Goosman, M. D. V Victor M. Ray, M. D. John E. Greivve, A. M., M. D. Charles A. L. Reed, A. M., M D Louis G. Heyn, M. D. john R. Stark, M. D. Charles A. Holding, M. D. Ellmore B. Tauber, M. D. H. H. Hoppe, M. D. E. W. Wagner, M. D. S. Iglauer, B. S., M. D., F. A. C. S. H. B. Weiss, M. D. s. P. Kramer, M. D. ' David Wolfstein, M. D. , Fratres in Collegio 1919 Robert F. Braunlin, B. S. E joseph A. Conner, B. S. John F. Davis, B. S. James Thompson, B.S. 1920 A Albert L. Haas David D. Hachen, B. S. David S. Hachen, B. S. Kenneth L. Lockwood, B. S. William M. Runyan, B. S. Herbert N. Smith l175l r 1921 Carl E. Pieck Gerrard T.Willke Charles Wylie 1922 Elliot M. Hendricks Louis I. Hendricks Sam. S. Hervvitz William C. Paul Harry A. Someriield, I Emil R. Svvepston Phi Alpha Delta Founded at Chicago Law School, 1897 Chase Chapter Established April 11, 1908 Fratres in Facultate Chas. E. Weber, LL. B. Clarence L. Barton, A. B., LL. B. H. F. Koenig, jr., Ch. E., B. C., LL. B. 1919 Fratres in Academicae William Habekotte Koenig, A. B. Herbert Thompson Leyland Thomas Leroy Tallentire 1920 Frank Simpson C-raydon, A. B. jay Korner Arthur Meyer, A. B. Philip Alfred Pfau Aaron Wesco Howard Wfitherby Pledge Carl William Frey, H761 1921 Walter Roderick Harlan William Foster Hopkins Lawrence Roy Lytle, A. B. Francis Benedict McConaughy, A. B. William Mackie Myers George Parker Smith Frank joseph Weller Henry joseph Weller 1921 Phi Alpha Delta Roll of Honor of Chase Chapter . Commissioned Officers . lst Lieut. I. W. Morris, jr., Lieut. Gregor Moorman lst Lieut. Ray O'Brien Lieut. Frederick E. Renkert lst Lieut. August A. Rendigs Lieut. J. Frederick Smith lst Lieut. S. A. Skelton Lieut. john Strudell Lieut. Leonard I. Carter Lieut. Eugene B. Sullivan Lieut. Frank Graydon ' V Lieut. Justus Sunderman Lieut. Lawrence Lytle Lieut. Elmer Ware Lieut. Arthur Meyer Ensign Francis B. McConaughy Enlisted Men Vernon W. Astler Harris Anson Clarence E. Barton Cris Bennett Harry Britton Elmer Conway Edward H. Dell Howard Doyle Thomas Tallentire john C. Thompson Walter A. Todd Reginald R. Truby Howard Winston Wilton A. Foster Robert E. Freer Edward Gausepohl Ollie George Walter R. Harlan Frank Harvey I. Lewis Homer Wm. Foster Hopkins Ship Building Edward B. Jordan Howard joseph Herbert F. Koch Frank L. Leonard Herbert T. Leyland William M. Myers Geo. C. Peacock Wm. Seymour Walsh, Civilian Personel Aviation Frank I. Weller Aaron Wesco Hodson K. Young G Chapters Blackstone-Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Ill. A Story-DePaul University, Chicago, Ill. Fuller-Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Ill. Webster-Chicago Law School, Chicago, Ill. Marshall-University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Ryan-University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Magruder-University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Campbell-University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Garland-University of Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark. Hay-WVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 51771 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 3 3 1 1 S I F 11 1 S z 1 S l 1 : l l 1 i i Phi Alpha Delta Chapters-continued Benton-Kansas City Law School, Kansas City, Mo. Capen-Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Ill. Hammond-University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Chase-Cincinnati Law School, Cincinnati, Ohio Williams-Northwestern College of Law, Portland, Ore. Rapallo-New York University, New York City, N. Y. Lawson-University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Taft-Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. Calhoun-Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Green-University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. jefferson-University of Virginia, University, Va. Gunter-University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Hamlin-University of Maine, Bangor, Me. Corliss- University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. Ross-University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. Holmes-Leland Stanford jr. University, Stanford University, Ca T emple-University of California, San Francisco, Cal. Staples-Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Hughes-Denver University, Denver, Colo. Clay-University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Kent-University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho Dunbar-University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. Reese-University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. Brewer-John B. Stetson University, De Land, Fla. Harlan-University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. McReynolds-University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Livingston-Columbia University, New York, N. Y. Alumni Chapters The Alumni Chapters of : Chicago, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. San Francisco, Cal. Portland, Ore. Los Angeles, Cal. Milwaukee, Wis. New York City, N. Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Denver, Colo. lVashington, D. C. Cleveland, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Grand Forks, N. D. I 178 1 1 I - l .xi . Shields Cooper Bailey V311 Wye Leyland Tau Kappa Alpha Founded at Butler College, 1907 Cincinnati Chapter Installed at Cincinnati, April 1908 Colors-Light and Dark Purple Fratres in Facultate C. VV. Park, A. M. B. C. Van 'Wye, A. M. Fratres in Academicae 1919 1920 Edgar Powers Stewart S. Cooper Benj. S. Silverstein Samuel M. Bailey Wfalter F. Haehnle Herbert T. Leyland J. Dewey Shields 1921 J. Ebersole Crawford 1922 Milton H. Schmidt I 179 1 Sloane Krenker Rolle GarriSOIl R tt Widau Mclntire Graebe Reade Har Alpha Delta of Alpha Chi Sigma Frater in Alchimia Honorarius Dr. John Uri Lloyd F ratres in Facultate Dr. E. F. Farnau Dr. Clifford J. Rolle L. I. Felton Charles E. Wood Fratres in Academicae 1919 Herman C. Graebe Earl B. Kincaid VVilliain C. Mclntire Charles H. Sloan, Ir 1920 James H. Garrison tl. Reed Hartman Nlenefee C. Jewett Ralph W. Reade Clifford Ritter Earl 'Widau I180l 1921 Lou Stegemeyer Edward VVagner, jr. 1922 John Hughes Pledge Frank 'Mills lun- 3 Alpha Chi Sigma Founded at the University of VVisconsin, 1902 Alpha Delta Chapter established at the University of Cincinnati May 19, 1917 Colors-Prussian Blue and Chrome Yellow Flower-Red Carnation I A Chapter Roll, Alpha, University of Wisconsiii Beta, University of Minnesota Gamma, Sigma, University of California Tau, Cornell University Upsilon, Northwestern University Case School of Applied Science 9 Phi, Allegheny College Delta, University of Missouri Epsilon, Indiana University Zeta, University of Illinois Eta, University of Colorado Theta, University of Nebraska Iota, Rose Polytechnic Institute Kappa, University of Kansas Lambda, Ohio State University Mu, New Hampshire College Nu, Pennsylvania State College Xi, University of Maine Omicron, Harvard University Chi, Yale University Psi, Louisiana State University Omega, University of Pittsburgh Alpha Alpha, Leland Stanford Jr. University Alpha Beta, University of Michigan Alpha Gamma, University of Kentucky Alpha Delta, University of Cincinnati Alpha Epsilon, Vlfashington University Pi, Syracuse University Alpha Zeta, Rho, University of North Carolina Massachusetts Institute Technology Alumnae Chapters New York San Francisco Chicago A. E. Alumnae-General Headquarters-France Earl Kincaid Earl Widau james Garrison William Mclntire Herman Graebe Charles H. Sloan, Jr. Reed Hartman Honor Roll Menefee Jewett Ralph Reade Clifford Ritter Lou Stegemeyer Edward Wagner,, jr. john Hughes Clifford Rolle Charles Wood H811 Alpha Kappa Psi Colors-Blue and Gold Flower-The Chrysanthemum Fratres in Facultate Major John C. Duncan, Ph. Dig Bert G. Graham Ernest A. Roden, C. P. A. Edward P. Reusch Fratres in Academicae Walter J. Angehrandtit john Brewster Theo. Hasenohr, jr. Vlfm. H. Koenig Carl Marzinzek Howard Martin Chapter District I Alpha-New York University Nu-Boston College Xi-Harvard University District II Gamma-Northwestern University Delta, University of Pittsburgh Epsilon, University of Illinois Eta-University of Cincinnati Mu-Ohio State University .v. 4. Thos. L. Mcjoynt Harold Steward? VValter Schafstall Henry E. Schmidt Roht. G. Schmidt Anton VV. Tischleri' Roll District III Beta-University of Denver Zeta-University of Nebraska Iota--University of Texas Lambda-University of Oklahoma Pi-Georgia Tech. District IV Theta-Oregon Agricultural Colleg Kappa-University of Oregon Omicron-University of Montana Honor Roll Ollie George, Sergeant, Q. M. C. Earle Hesse, Sergeant, Signal Corps john IV. Huebcr, Cadet, Aviation Corps lYin. H. Stanley, jr., Navy R. B. 'Wilson Private, U. S. A. H. IW. II'ciss, Sergeant, M. C. ':In military or naval service. IISZI Mystic 1 3 The Ancient and Accepted Loyal Order of the Ulex Winans Hall Roberts Haehnle Powers Frey Dorsey Wright Thayer Myers Bailey Stapleton Jones ll84l The Ancient and Accepted Loyal Order of the Ulex f Founded-Possibly Colors-Undoubtedly UT of the evanescent mists of the empyrean, wafted on billowy zephyrs, leaping the incomparable abyss to gash itself finally against a fairy softness, f the icy kisses come, lurching with each caress, loitering with the vagrant winds- "Ah-ha, what hast thou there?" And incommunicably mournful soughed the T I answer, "Razberrahs." And so, limned against the incarnadined nebulae, we fade and are gone, austerely permeated with the myhrry fragrance, aspiring ever, failing never. Such is our mission. William Myers Francis Vlfright Robert Dorsey Wm. Donald Hall Herbert jones Herbert Winans Samuel Bailey Walter Haehnle Robert Thayer William Sommer Carl Wm. Frey Howard Metzger Edward Wagner Darryl Johnson James Nippert V. Brad. Roberts Robert Stack, Edgar Powers, Chase Davies B' William Fessenden, Ebersole Crawford Howard Stapleton, I. Bolling jones Harry Austerlitz, Cyrus Osborne Ed. Strietlemeyer, Jos. Stewart H851 IIT I , I I I 1 I I l I I ' I 5 - ,I I I If 1 I . I I I I 'I I I if? EI' I .gf I IIE I Ili? II w +II 'Ir , :II III iw .I III. I , Il' ' ii" II I I" I I III I I,.I .XII III I sI2V'I HQ, M. . ,Mfg I IIf2'I I IIQI' I II' I Ii' I MU I : NIE' 1 'sq I I VIII I I III! 1 IIQIXU I QII I :gl I Iej Ifli' ' II III IV! I I, III III! EIII I EI I LIU II IMII sri? I-Wg V I I I l ,s I I j I IQ II Q II II I IIIEII , I Is I MW IEW U35 Athletic Committee, 1918-1919 R.XlDlC'.Xl, change tenlq place in the personnel of the Athletic Committee wln-n Llit- Cmnrnittee was enlargecl to inclufle alumni representatives. Lvllflvl' ilu: new ariwingeinent the Committee consists of four faculty represen- t:nix't-s, tliree alumni, :intl leur stuclents, one each from the Liberal Arts, tlie lfngint-t-rinlg :incl Xleflivzil Colleges, :incl one at large. Student Representatives l,ilit-rrnl .lrls C'fvllegt'. .l ....l.,,i,..,.. .,i...... . .llmx':u'rl li. Stapleton lf11gi11w1'i11g4 Vwllt-gt' .i......, Sam Bailey Nlt-'lit-gil l'fillt-ge , Ullerliert C. -Innes Xlt-nilwt-1'-:al-lqirgv .,.l,l..i,,,......,.,. ..... l Earl l'l'irlziu Faculty Representatives Xlr, C'l1:u'lt-s .X Alnergt-r, C'f1t1z'r1m11z llr. XY, li. Nl'llAl'lN'lll llrwlf llzirry l,. lYiem:in llr. llzirry Xl. lit-nerlivt Alumni Representatives Xlr. liwlwt' llfnnvlx: llr. .Xrf-li l. flIll'SHll Xlr. lfrzinli l,. Rzisf-lug llrirl e-v-asv? 1 hazing .,.. . . ,.4.23C7. 'TACLSCH' Kris, :se ivzcxlfl 9 " .f .., ,.. rim., V 4 r 5436.1 mimi Physicalililducation and the War By Dr. Morrison HE War has taught us many lessons in the various iields of education, and none have been more definite or more important than those having to do with physical education. The lamentable fact has been established, that from the standpoint of health, We, as a nation, are far below normal. It is just as obvious that it is to physical education that We must look in order to meet this condition and raise our stand- ard of physical efficiency-a physical education that will bring children, as Well as adults, instruction in hygiene, regular periodic health examinations, and a training in the practice of health habits with a full educational emphasis upon play, games, recreation, athletics and physical exercise. Military drill will not solve the problem. The Wonderful results in the Way of increased physical vigor Which We have seen achieved in the army, has not come from military drill, but rather from the military life. It was the regularity and Wholesomeness of their program that did so much for the men, and in this program, physical education played a big part. l 1391 To accomplish satisfactory results we must have a program that is broad and far reaching, scientific, popular and one that is supported by the Federal govern- ment. The problem is a national one and in its solution the Federal authorities should take an active part. Athletics are going to play a very great and important role in our new program of physical education. The brilliant records of our athletes in the war and the prominence given to athletics in the training camps where such wonderful results were achieved is indisputable proof that athletic activities should play a conspicuous part in the solution of our problem of physical illiteracy. The present situation affords an opportunity to extend the benefits of ath- letics to the mass of students and simultaneously while eliminating the undesira- ble features that prevailed before the war, to increase the value of intercolle- giate athletics. Whether or not advantage is taken of this opportunity depends largely upon the attitude of the college faculties and governing boards. Ath- letics should no longer be thought of as merely a form of recreation which appeals only to a few students "conspicuous for their superior physical prowess and in- ferior academic standing," but rather as something of educational importance. The most important values of athletics lie not in the physical strength and health which athletes possess, but rather in the training of vigorous, loyal, energetic and patriotic citizens and in the developing of an interest which unites the whole student body, faculty and alumni in loyal support of their college. The war has shown us the value of athletics and it haspresented a situation making it possible for us to increase the benefits of athletics to the students and colleges. This can best be done by including athletics in the physical educa- tion program as an integral part of the curriculum. cxxk Ang", L 'N .fila- 11901 Y. Sch? Such and v -1. gljvern- J: QQ!-ities Our CS in the Activities Ef55'sica1 .S of ath- undesira- wzcrcolle- depends Ath- rw . - .lpmals 4 and in- f'JfiCl1'lCE. ,th and 2.15.-ax, a unites milege. :mation 'azs and I wiuca- LLOYD B. CHAMBERS Winning Teams Necessary to School Spirit OYALT Y and patriotism are the greatest needs of the day. The greatest good We can accomplish, then, is to instill this loyalty and patriotism in ever man and Woman that comes within the Walls of Varsity. With loyalty and patriotism as our highest aim, with the positive belief that Winning teams is the Way, we sk all fall short of our duty so long as We toler- ate mediocre teams. Keeping our aim clearly in mind, let us consider what each individual must do. ' First: Self-sacrifice is absolutely necessary. Our athletes are slowly learning that they must forego practically all outside pleasures during the play- ing season and the students must learn that considerable sacrifice is necessary on their part. Second: Let the athlete who cuts practice or breaks training know that his selfish conduct is most displeasing. As soon as he understands that you are interested in him he will try hard for your respect. Third: Preach Varsity day and night to high-school men. Some of us fail to appreciate that We have one of the very finest universities in the country. Last: Don't let anyone tell you there is no spirit at Varsity. The spirit is here. Only the touch of the organizer is needed. Bring this organization about by making the teams win. We CAN do it! We MUST do it! LET'S GO! .f191l Football Squad Captain Shryock, L. T., "C" Fick, L. E., "C" Robbins, L. E., "C" Newman, L. G., "C" Hucke, L. G., "C" Pape, C., "C" Kuhn, R. G., "C" Seltz, R. T., "C" Praether, R. E., HC" Frey, Q. B., CIC!! Stack, L. H., "C" Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati, Cincinnati Cincinnati Manager, Sam Todd, justice, R. H., "C" Fratz, F. B., "C" Watkins, H. B., "C Sarvis, H. B., "C" Hopkins, Q. B., HC' Meyers, E, "C" Taylor, T., "C" Schierloh, LH. B., Coons, Q. B. Hankes, G., "C" Douthit, T. CIC!! The Season's Scores 6, Ft. Thomas, 0, at Carson Field. 6, Ohio University, 6, at Athens. 213 Georgetown, 0, at Carson Field. 0, Miami, O, at Carson Field. 12, St. Xavier College, 0, at Carson Field. H921 fa f- A I I ,Q ll Football Review HE past year was undoubtedly the most remarkable football season Varsity has ever experienced. Not remarkable because of the number of games won, but because of the building up of a real team in the face of disheartening conditions. Those who witnessed the Miami game of this year and compared it with the contests of 1916 and 1917 felt that it was the turning point for Cin- cinnati's athletic prestige. About forty men responded to the call for candidates at the beginning of the season, but this number dwindled to about twenty-five in a few weeks. Only two weeks practice had been completed when the influenza quarantine was placed on the school. During this period of three weeks, no practice was held. As a result of the quarantine, the entire schedule had to be rearranged and it was found possible to play only three collegiate games and one each with St. Xavier College and the Fort Thomas soldiers. Varsity opened the season with Ft. Thomas, and easily defeated them, 6-0. The following week the squad went to Athens to meet Ohio University. The muddy condition of the field proved a handicap to the Red and Black backs, the game ending in a tie, 6-6. V On November 16, Georgetown University was defeated by a 21-0 score in one of the hardest-fought games ever played on Carson Field. The game was replete with sensational runs and long forward passes. Two weeks of intensive training under Coaches Chambers and Marty pre- pared the men for the big game with Miami on Thanksgiving Day. Before one of the largest crowds thathas attended a game on Carson Field, the two teams put up one of the best games ever played in Cincinnati, ending in a tie, 0-0. The light Cincy line outplayed their heavier opponents while the two backfields were considerably handicapped by the wet condition of the field. , St. Xavier College issued a challenge for the city championship. The game, played on Carson Field, resulted in an easy victory for U. C., 12-0. At no time was the local eleven able to threaten our goal while the Varsity backs advanced the ball at will. I 193 I THE SQUAD CHARLES SHRYOCK, R. T., Zanesville, Ohio Captain Shryock, good old "Charley," was the right man to lead one of the hardest-fighting teams that Varsity has ever turned out. VVhen it came to pep and spirit, no one on the Held was able to teach him anything. An injured shoulder kept him out of the Miami game, but his big bass voice could be heard encouraging his team-mates to turn in a victory. Age, 22, weight, 180. CARL FREY, Q. B., Cincinnati, Ohio All hail, "Babe," All-State Quarterback. W'hen it comes to running a foot- ball team, few pivot men are able to teach our Babe anything. His work in the big game with Miami was all that could be desired and he certainly showed the much-touted Oxford backs how to carry the ball. Age, 19, weight, 141. ARTHUR FRATZ, F. B., cincinnati, ohio Good work, "Tank," you sure could plunge and carry that old pigskin. All-State Fullback sounds good, but you earned it with every buck. 'fTank" was the hardest-hitting fullback that Varsity has ever had and in addition he could run. The effect of his failure to return to school will not be fully appre- ciated until next fall, when a man must be found to take his place. Age, 20, weight, 185. RUSH NEWMAN, L. G., West Virginia University - Rush, our third All-State man, tore big holes in the enemy's line through which a wagon might rush. When a big gain was needed the backs hit Newman's side of the line and always found a big opening. Playing against the 225-pound Sauer in the Miami game, he swept that prodigy of beef off of his feet and made the supporters of the Red and White fear for the personal safety of their well- advertised star. Age, 23, weight 170. , ROBERT STACK, H. B., Western Reserve "Red" Stack, Captain-elect for 1919, was a wild Irishman when an extra yard was needed to make it first down. He was one of the fastest and most slippery men on the field, a sure tackler and ground gainer. In the Miami game he was acting captain and lead the team well. Bob can be depended upon to lead us through a string of victories next fall. Age, 24, weight, 160. HOVVARD JUSTICE, H. B., Covington, Kentucky After a year's absence from the Varsity line-up, "just" returned in time to strengthen the Red and Black backfield and to give it one of the best-balanced set of backs in the state. Justice was especially strong on the defensive, although when given the ball there was no doubt but that it would go forward. Age, 223 weight, 176. ' I 194 1 ml one Of the 21 tfiimg to pep M An injured i.u!.!iii bi' heard iso. tanning Q, foot- His work in mimi-' Showed 'L Wright, 141. K5 Did pigskin. wck. "Tank" in addition he Em fully appre- ciate. Age, 205 'tiirrmgh which Xewmazfs side :her 225-pound See: and made 3: of their well- fxhcn an extra ries: and most ze Miami game 60. "mil ffl time to . tar-at-haianced , ,, ,.,,, although Me' 225 .li JOE ROBBINS, L. E., Michigan University . "When you need a gain badly send the backs around left end," became one of the slogans. Good old joe Robbins was always there to furnish all of the interferance needed. But when the other team tried to come around his wing what a surprise they would get. joe played on the Michigan eleven two years ago, and last season was one of Varsity's biggest stars. He was given mention in the selection of the All-State team. Age, 23, weight, 190. e FRED PRATHER, R. E., Cincinnati, Ohio Toss the ball in the air and no matter where it went, "Red" Prather would be there., He showed wonderful ability in picking forward passes out of a crowd of tacklers. Miami watched him but he got them just the same. Pra- ther is a Freshman and has three more years to play for Cincinnati. 'We predict that he will be one of the big stars of next year's squad. Age, 19, weight, 160. SAM SELTZ, R. T., Cincinnati, Ohio ' If you don't want to ight every minute of the game, don't play opposite "Sammy" Sam Seltz, one of the hardest-Hghting men on the squad, was al- ways in evidence from the beginning to the end of the game. He had an uncan- ny instinct in following the ball, and when there was a fumble Sammy was found upon the ball. With one year's experience behind him we expect a lot from him in 1919. Age, 19, weight, 175. b JOHN FICK, R. E., Canton, Ohio Remember "johnny" Fick. He is at Ohio State now, but for two years he was found holding down one of the wings on the Cincy eleven. When there was danger of our opponents holding for downs, johnny was called back and by the use of his toe would drive the ball in a long spiral down into the enemy's territory. It will take a big man to fill his place, for he also was a star basket- ball player and captain-electgof this year's baseball team. I RAYMOND HUCKE, L. G., Elmwood Place, Ohio Ray did not have an opportunity to show his true worth this year, having been injured in the early part of the season. Up to that time, however, he was one of the big men of the line. Coach Chambers had to search long before he could find a man to take his place. Ray was one of the surest taicklers on the team, with a hard drive that would carry him through the line in time to break up numerous plays. Age, 203 weight, 185. . 11951 ROBERT SARVIS, H. B., Hartwell, Ohio C "Keep ive yards back, Bob," Coach Chambers would yell, but two seconds later Bob would be right up there mixing in every play, right on the spot when a play came through. Bob Sarvis was one of the most conscientious players on the field, out to practice every day, always willing to give his best. He was a veteran from the 1917 squad and one of the men whom Coach Chambers depended upon. Bob was unable to play the latter part of the season due to an injured arm, but he was always out there in spirit. Age, 23, weight, 150. WILLIAM WATKINS, H. B., Troy, Ohio "Go in there, VVat, and take the ball around right." A few seconds later you would see a little stocky player rush up to the referee and take up his position at half. On the next play that ball would be advanced in the direction that Coach had ordered it to be carried. Wat is small, but he has a lot of fight, and is a born tackler. He has left school. Rumor reports that a little girl back there in Troy was the big inducement. Age, 20, weight, 150. WESLEY PAPE, C., Cincinnati, Ohio When a man puts up the fight that "VVes" Pape did against the best center in the state he must be good, and Pape was good. With a little more training, he would have been as good a center as could be found in Ohio. "Only a kid,', as he was often called, eighteen years old, but he succeeded in landing a regular berth upon one of the best elevens that the University of Cincinnati has ever turned out. 'WVes" has left school, and we will miss him next year. Age, 18, weight, 165. HUGH KUHN, R. G., Muskegum University Do we know Kuhn? Sure, he was that big guard who was always on the job when a buck came through the right side of the line. With his little mustache fairly bristling in rage, he would plow through our opponents line and break up their secondary defense in a way that was marvelous. One hundred and seven- ty pounds is not too much when a bigger man is opposite you, but Kuhn always succeeded in outplaying the other fellow. Age, 223 weight, 170. FRED SCHIERLOH, H. B., Cincinnati, Ohio What did you do when you saw that long-legged half-back reach out and intercept that forward pass in the St. Xavier game? Well, we don't remember what we did, but we know that we were hoarse for two days after. Schierloh is one of the fastest men on the team. He runs like a deer and has a natural instinct for picking the holes. He will have three more years of football for U. C., and we predict that he will be one of the best backs Cincinnati has ever had. Age, l9g weight, 145. ' ll96I gm, , 56915. .-,Q .I in Winds SW when EYE A . s em 21321 Hewas fi 133: . :gl T . V due to f 5522.150 Gln! fri :,gf,g,Q ic,-,Ou rt: :gag 3 me girl 550. ?m5'::i7E'i3ESICEHCCI me mrs- tzamg, Hfjfii? a lid," farming a regular 18, 1 .filliljfi EB ibeiob as Enix M3319 , wi brisk? UP mgfrwf mm' an Saw QWYS I3 and. :ii 21155 out s Hvzthfnlber g 1,3343 Q it I ha, amerioh 5 335 2 jfls 'P .f as wr 1- daqig wi ,pr ' 'K FOSTER HOPKINS, B., Cincinnati, Ohio A Could "Fos" tear 'em up? We'll say he could. Remember when you saw him come around left with the ball held in both hands, dodging from side to side? You thought he would drop it, didn't you? But that wasn't like Fos. Game clear through, Eos will undoubtedly be one of the big stars next year. Age, 21 g weight, 165. . PHILIP MEYERS, E., Cincinnati, Ohio Phil Meyers was a substitute this year, but there is no doubt in our minds but that with a little more experience he would have been a regular. He is a quiet sort of a fellow except in a game, when he becomes one of the scrappiest on the field. Phil snot only is a good foot-ball player, but he also is a star in base- ball. Age, 19, weight, 146. ELBERT TAYLOR, T., Pacific University "Old T aylor?" No, we don't mean the kind you are thinking of, we mean that big boy whom we saw last fall out there on Carson Field, playing a bang-up game at tackle and guard. He hails from Pacihc U, and we wish they would send a couple more like him. T hey'd come in handy next year about September the 30th. It is a much greater consolation to have him on hand than to visit the coal-pile for the other variety. Age, 21, weight, 165. ED COONS, Q. B., Cincinnati, Ohio Eddie Coons is one of the hardest-working men that ever came out for the Varsity squad. The former Madisonville High School Star was one of the men whom Coach Chambers depended upon for the 1918 season. He was a bear at passing the pig-skin and one of the best offensive quarter-backs that Cincy has ever had. This is his first year of college football, and we expect a lot from him next fall. Age, 18, weight, 139. GEORGE DOUTHIT, T., Cincinnati, Ohio Douthit did not have an opportunity to demonstrate his real worth because of the large number of experienced line-men on the 1918 squad. Next season, however, he will be one of the mainstays of the team. Douthit was one of the most conscientious men on the squad, reporting every day for practice. Age, 20, weight, 157. FRANCIS HANKES, G.,iAshland, Kentucky. I U That big, good-looking fellow whom you saw taking life easy in the Commons was no other than "Hank," Varsity's star guard. He did not, however, take life easy on the football field, for there he was one of the hardest workersthtat tried out for the big team. With the added experience of this year he will e one of the men about whom the coach will build his championship 1919 eleven. Age, 19, weight, 176. 11971 in Movers Taylor Mclntire Haehnle Katz Xvlllvi-C1115 Seltz Goldman Isserman Cantor Geis Gklilda-Y Basket-Ball All Gwlclinzni. . . . . -Cdillfflm Win. N1f'1I111l'L'.. . .. .. ...Nlanager Squad Issuriiiuii Watkins Haelinle Meyers Clulflnizin Scltz Katz Giiilday c,3Zll11HI' Guia Taylor Scores Ciinc-innzili. 281 FL. ,i211fJI11llS, 18 Cincinnati 17, Capital, 33 Ci'inc-innzni, 213 Cliiiiizil, 28 Cincinnati 183 XVcs1eyzin, 33 C'inc'inn:ni, 29g Iiciiynii, 17 Cincinnati X3 Inclizlna, 24 Ciinvinnzili, 22 Ciinvinnznli, ' ' 7 3 XYL'S1.'X'Zll1, 38 1r1QXi1Zl1N1,1l , . . . , V , 11I1l'lHHIl1l,25Q Ixjx. Slutty 18 Ciiiciiiiiziti . 3- ,. . . ini-innzni, 143 Ik-iiiiisnii, sm Qing-inngiti llfabil Cv ' ' Cincinnati, Cincinnati, 21 11 17 y g Ky. State, 34 3 XVittcnbcrgg, 42 16g Dcnnison, 28 Miami, 23 5513- k . MMI Jlwyff ff? hw 9 5.25. -:J 55 J. I1 1 125:51 '74 , , 7 4' Yi 1' Q H K f' I X o p g - fee- ff-'rr Basket-Ball Review OR the first time in the history of the University, the basket-ball season was a financial success, and that was due to the untiring efforts of Coach Boyd Chambers. A inancial success implies large crowds and enthusiasm, both of which went beyond all previous records. ' Thirteen collegiate games were played and of these but two were victories for the Red and Black. Yet a Varsity team has never received better support from the student body nor ever fought harder than did the 1919 squad. Close scores marked all of the contests with the breaks going to our opponents. Cincy opened the season by defeating the Ft. Thomas quintet in a rough and hard-fought game, 28-18. Capital, supposedly an easy team, furnished a surprise, defeating4Varsity, 26-21. The big Kenyon ive dropped their game by a 29-17 score, U. C. winning out in the last few minutes of play. Ohio- Wesleyan, one of the best teams in the state, easily captured the next contest, 38-22. Miami, with the help of the referee, succeeded in winning the first game on the Cxford fioor, by the close score of 17-14. The following week Cincy braced, winning from the husky Kentucky State quintet, 28-18. With all of their last year's men in the lineup, Dennison romped away with a 35-14 score. Varsity fought hard to strike a winning streak but lacked the punch to get a good start, dropping the next seven contests to Capital, Wesleyan, Indiana, Kentucky State, Wittenberg, Denison, and Miami, all of them by close scores. The most promising feature of the season was the marked improvement in team work during the last few games. Passing and guarding improved one hundred percent, and shooting became better with each game. Our conference standing is not very high with two victories and eleven defeats, but considering the long schedule and the many handicaps under which the team was compelled to work, the showing was good. With the added experience of this year, and with the new men who will come from the Freshman Class, Varsity should have a well-balanced team in 1920. H991 sill V W ,Q V . r ,, X X M! ' I v , ' 4 3 l fflifft l J, . . xc? .VI . . . l Y -.cj if! ' 1 . t- , A Q n Z n 3 K , 9 , L-. 'Va .n 1 X 9 K s W, in lil i 5 Widau West Morrison Katz Morris 1 Asberry Patterson VViessler Roberts McCrearY H-501195 Ek g l h Q4 Baseball Team 213 iff 5 Schedule Er 1 l L E Vi April 25-Ohio-Vlfesleyan at Delaware April 26-Ohio State at Columbus ig l May l-Kentucky State here Q lil! fjgll Mayi9-VVilminUton at VVil1'nin ton Mol 0 g ll May 12-Kentucky State at Lexington il May 16-Miami here 'xiii I 1 May +21 ill Nlay MM Wi r lei May il el ! QI 1? rl 5 i l , l F , r H. X4 'z l 22-Miami at Oxford 24-University of Indiana here 30 31 -Huntington at Huntington, W. Va -Huntington at Huntington, VJ. Va. l200l I B K Baseball Review IVE games comprised the 1918 baseball schedule, but they were sufficient to show that Varsity had a real team. Four of these were victories and they were won from the strongest teams in the state. Oberlin, Ohio-Wesleyan, St. Mary's, and Miami fell an easy prey to the Cincy sluggers. The second game with Miami, at Oxford, was lost through overconlidence. This year's squad has not been able to demonstrate its ability, but we have no doubt but that Coach Chambers will turn out one of the best teams that has ever represented the University of Cincinnati. A number of the stars of the 1918 nine have left school or have become ineligible because of having obtained a degree. However, with the material on hand, the prospect is very bright for a winning squad. if ' ' , A - A number ofexceptionally strong teams have been booked. Two games will be played with Kentucky State, one here and one at Lexington. The University of Indiana comes here for the irst time and Ohio State has given us a game at Columbus. Two games with Miami and one each with Ohio-Wes- leyan and Wilmington appear on the 1919 schedule. A two-day trip to Hunt- ington, West Virginia, completes one of the best baseball schedules that Cin- cinnati has ever played. 12011 Varsity Track Team HE strongest track team that has ever been developed at U. C. will repre- sent B Varsity at the Big Six this year. The defeat of Chio-Wesleyan by sixteen points, a feat never before accomplished by the Varsity team, and the victory over Ohio-lYesleyan by Ohio-State by one point, gives us another chance to cempare the relative strength of our team with the two teams that have always been the strongest contenders for the Big Six honors. judging from the results of these two meets we can say that U. C. Will be one of the chief contenders for first place honors in the big meet at Columbus. The men on whom Coach Nikoloff bases his hopes are Mittendorf, Schrader nnfl Sorrin for the clistance eventsg Simms, 'West, and Malone for the dashesg Hopkins, for the pole vaultg Robbins for the xveightsg Feusse for the high jumpg Selnxnler :intl Clolthnan for the broad jumpg and Simms and Schrader for the hurtlles. Following is the schedule: Klart-lt 30 at llno-lYesleyan at May 17--Kentucky State at Lexington Delzuvztre May 23-24-Big Six at Columbus April 26 lI:n'll11t:n :tt Rielnnonrl May 31-Kliznni here. l2tl2 I Heuck Stewart Sarvis Wright Carson Varsity Club The Organization of "C" Men HE Varsity Club is an organization composed of all the "C" men of the University of Cincinnati. The purpose of this club is to promote the best interests of athletics at the University. Robert Heuck. , . Francis Wright. . . Herbert West .... Ofiicers . . , It . . . .President 'ice-President Secretary . Treasurer Dr. Arch I. Carson .,.. r - - Ike Stewart Directors Howard Justice Robef l203l t Sarvis a 1 o Ol o on no ss- v - -- v -.. v Ol no Il 0: or no vnu "1 'IW' ""' "" l'P"4' "IPO 'Y' "'o' "hiv ""'3S3i2Z,XE2Z,3i32 9l5g3!q521.g3Z.q5+ yanwariltsvrf -:Eat-22,42-:Ep -:rp Q55 2253 2253 :Wait-wr: Jes? 95:3 35:6 91192 gg. 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For it was substituted an interfraternity league which proved very successful. In -March, an indoor track meet Was held as a try-out for the Varsity team. Officers Howard E. Stapleton. . ,,,,,, Pyegidenf Fred Prather. . . . . . Vice-President Willard Fessenden. . . . . .Secretary Oliver Nikoloff. . I , A Tfeagmey H2041 '.f3 .gf-.. - -- an .w.,.,,.i .. .,f an A.. U ., V. J. ,l4,.f.,,:,, , , fx., - ., an v - . WLINN 'W lima "-., 'N .... Aw. ' Z 5'.,Q1-'Tlfi ' . -M :...a-g:xh- ' li, qi ' . nf gut... . f ghe ,, HRH A. C., n':'52W9filze 4 Mrrfrzzemigy fflfi meet Wag Prfsxfaxl 3 :af-Fmiiex! fmrary ?'1M5!f?f U Y I The interfraternity bowling teams, composed of the following men finished Beta Theta Pi C15 Phil Cone Stan Withrow Ralph Kline Ray Cooper Bill Cordes Sam:Todd Pi Kappa Alpha C25 Babe jones George Eilers Ernest Elliott Cliff Straehley Percy Fitzgerald Harold Wagner 5 Delta Tau Delta Q35 Hugh Bowen Walter Haehnle Red johnson Stewart Garrison West Pape Bud Crawford l205l Sigma Chi C45 Phi Red Vance Bob Thayer Joe Stewart Victor Ray Bob Ehrman Bill Kruse Delta Theta CSD Lesley Pine Bob Dorsey Earl Widau Deke Fassett Earl Watkins Cy Osborne Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foster Hopkins Red Prather Bill Meyers Ralph Wolfinger ' Jim Nippert 4 Walter Bishop Cross-Country Team p - N THE history of the 1918-19 track season there are two events Which stand out prominently. The first of these occurred on Thanksgiving Day, When Cincinnati beat Miami in the annual dual cross-country run. Melhope, Sorin, Schrader, and Lyford finished in rapid succession before Kleet, Miami's best man, was able to cross the tape. Nevvall, Varsity's hfth man, finished sixth. On November 30 the same cross-country team Went to Columbus and fin- ished first in the Ohio Inter-collegiate Cross-Country Championship Run. It defeated such strong teams as Ohio State, Oberlin, and Wesleyan. The cross- country team was one of the strongest and best ever turned out by the Univer- sity of Cincinnati. ' Schrader Sorin Lyford Melhope Newall I 206 1 s thick stand rg Day. when Mims best tabbed sixth. alms and fin- izip Run. It The CYOSS' f l.'!IlVef' Hillas A Gates Busch Hoppe Duke Stark s Woman's Athletic Council HE Woman's Athletic Council was organized with the idea of promoting an interest in interclass as well as inter-collegiate athletics. It is a body com- posed of six members who regulate all Varsity athletics. Four members are elected by the student body, two Seniors, one junior, and one member-at-large, the other two being faculty members. Various sub-committees were formed this year of girls who were interested in sports, but could not themselves participate. These committees created an interest among a new group of girls and discovered material which might never have been brought to light. The proof that the Athletic Committee was on the job was the successful year in girls' athletics which has just passed. Miss Marjory Hillas, Chairman ' Cecille Stark, Secretary Miss Dorothy Duke Gladys Bush Elizabeth Gates Hermina Hoppe IZDYI Women's Athletics , By Miss I-Iillas RE University women interested in athletics? If the answer is judged by the number who have participated in our various branches of athletics, it would have to be in the affirmative. In spite of the late start, due to influenza, we conducted an eight-team basket-ball tournament. Freshmen and Sophomores displayed so much in- terest that three teams were entered from each of their classes as opposed to one. junior and one Senior team. The Varsity teams' reputation ought to be well enough established without further comment. Suffice to say they won every game. A new sport was added to the list in tennis. A regulation court was marked off in the women's gymnasium during the Christmas holidays, and soon there- after the tournament started with forty entries. At first passersby were startled to hear H15-love," or "love-SO," but the novelty wore off quickly and tennis was accepted. At the time of writing, plans are being made to send a tennis team to Butler College, Indianapolis. I In the interclass swimming meets, the Seniors had a motto "If it swims, we have it," and then they more than lived up to it. Several successful meets were held as well as one Varsity contest. A Handball, baseball, and track occupied the spring months, ending in a much larger Field Day than last year. After reading this brief outline of our athletics, how would you answer the question, "Are University llfomen Interested in Athletics?" IZOSI I Girls' Basket-Ball I Event 100-yard Dash .... Pole Vault ....... Mile Run ..... Shot Put ........ 220-yard Dash ....... Running High Jump. . 120-yard High Hurdles. . . 440-yard Dash .... 1. . . Discus Throw ....... 880-yard Run ...... . . Varsity Records Record . . .10 1-5 seconds .... .. . ...11 feet 5 inches. . . . .. 4 minutes 43 4-5 seconds. ...38 ft. 6K2 inches. .. . .. ....232-5 seconds.. .. ....5 feet 10 inches. . . . . . .16 4-5 seconds ....... Ofjfcial, 49 4-5 seconds. . . Unojicial, 48 4-5 seconds . . .109 feet 6 inches. . . .. ....2minutes...... 220-yard Low Hurdles .... 27 seconds ...... Hammer Throw .... . . Two-mile Run ....... Running Broad jump. Javelin Throw ....... Mile Relay, outdoors ..... Mile Relay, indoors. . . 26 1-5 seconds ....... ....123 feet 8 inches. . . .. 10 minutes 4 seconds ..... .. . .21 feet 2 inches. . .. . .. .145 -feet 2 inches. . . .. 3 minutes 28 3-5 seconds A Name Craddock '17 VVagner '14 Kohlhepp '15 justice '19 Craddock, Innes Helbig, Barr Feusse '19 Wagner '14 Rodgers '16 Cweenburg '17 Kohlhepp '15 Wagner '14, curve Fenker '14, straight Goosman '16 Rypins '16 Cook '16 justice '19 . Rogert, Sylvester, Lockwood, Rodgers . . . .3 minutes 44 seconds Markgraf, Kohlhepp, Belsinger, Rodgers i-ktkhgi 7' 12.1.5 A xxxi- Interscholastic Records , Event Record Name and High School 220-yard Low Hurdles Pole Vault ...... ..... 100-yard Dash ...... Running High jump. . Hammer Throw ...... 440-yard Dash ....... ....26 2-5 seconds. . ....10 feet 5Minches. . .. ...101-5 seconds.. .. ....5 feet Sinches. .. ....132 feet 9 inches. .. ....512-5 seconds... 120-yard High Hurdles .... 16 4-5 seconds .... Running Broad Jump. Discus Throw. .... . . . 220-yard Dash ....... Hop, Step, and jump. 12-pound Shot Put. . . Mile Relay .... A . . . . ....21feet11inches........ ....113 feet 5 1-2 inches. . . .. ....223-5seconds.......... 42 feet 10 1-2 inches ..... ....42feet10inches........ ...3 minutes 36 seconds. . . .. 12101 Dumesnil, Louisville Weber, Louisville Rupp, Doane Academy Otten, Bellevue Groeniger, Hughes Justice, Covington Cowles, Louisville Dumesnil, Louisville Babbit, Walnut Hills Knab, Hughes Foertmeyer, Bellevue Rupp, Doane Simms, Woodward Knab, Hughes Louisville 1 I T6 light i. Rodgers 1, Rodgers iigh School uisville ville Academy V ue 355105 yfille misville Hf3llEIV'-19 ,Q lilffard 575 l By the Way ILLARD FESSENDEN did a great work in the Intramural basket-ball and during the basket-ball tournament. llllulllullt it Bo-peep Jones has been the handy man in most all lines. Under the i generalship of Brad Roberts, Bo is making a great assistant football manager. llllllllllnll Francis Wright, in spiteiof countless other duties, has found time to spend many spare minutes in the gym. August Beall has been of great service in handling scores and newspaper work. Beall knows all lines of spo rts and is intimately acquainted with all the 1'1'1GI1 . ' llnllmlllll ' l Eddie Wagner and Jimmy Nippert, the plutocrats of -the gym habitues, I furnish cars on all occasions. Many have machines but few are as generous X as these two. 3 llllllllllllll that is undone, Ray Hucke picks up every loose thing-that is every thing i and gets it through quietly and effectively. innnnilnt Red Prather and 'Francis Hankes showed great coaching ability in spring ' ' ned. football. These tw o men are always on hand and can do the things assrg il I l i I 1 l211l l E . l 1 iv I l Mummuw Rv E M IHMEN , N . 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Lf 1 Q Capf 5654 e5fi1fH5, 671' r A x 1 , 1 - - Ls.wz1f.zuff,g4g. j 5411491 4 Vf,, ff L.---a..,L:fr.A..-4.-.,'...-' ' rw' AGL..."-' '---gy gg. ,.'. ..g..f .41 X4 Students' Army Training Corps HE S. A. T. C. was introduced by the War Department as a distinctly war measure. In this corps, it was expected officers for the army, or candidates for officers' training camps, would be developed. Though the law lowering the draft age to eighteen necessitated a complete revision of the general plans for the S. A. T. C., still the original purpose of preserving the college men as a source of supply for officers was rigidly adhered to. Thirty-eight University of Cincinnati students were sent to the S. A. T. C. training camp at Fort Sheridan, Ill., from July 18 to September 16, 1918. Of that number, twenty were given commissions and detailed for duties with S. A. T. C. units at various colleges of the Middle West and South. Old U. C. was very creditably represented by these officers. On October 1, 1918, all the S. A. T. C. students assembled on Carson field and, through a prescribed program ordered by the War Department for simultaneous observance at all S. A. T. C. institutions throughout the United States, the corps became an active unit in the army. . Normal operation of the S. A. T. C. was very seriously interfered with. Making cinder paths and roads, guard and other military duties, and the induc- tion processes interrupted all class instruction for the first few days. Then the influenza epidemic made it necessary to place the University under quarantine from October 5 until after the armistice was signed. Through that time only one hundred and thirty men were located in the -barracks and given what regular instruction was possible under the conditions. Fortunately, the sol- diers were admitted to the barracks on October 28, and instructed from that time until the day of demobilization. ' The period from October 28 until the armistice was signed on November 11 was the only period when anything ap- proaching serious work was possible. 1 t The S. A. T. C., like all measures for the prosecution of the war, has been discarded. It had not run sufiiciently long to show with what success the ex- pectations of the War Department in developing officers would be met. Nor was there time enough for smoothing out those rough points which experience taught would be necessary in order to develop a thoroughly efficient army corps. E. S. S. :V fi! if I ' ' N r x . x ,. -- if Quai?- i, IQ151 - 1"x ie3:'TFZ 2' 43.33 lN5TALL.ATmoNV - ' OSH-Q IQ 1 ,,'.. El -.-.J ,...4. -a.1.... 5 I vi I l vw.. ',,f 4 IW rf' Y 'V MW x .2 f 4 Q, if .V F 4 1, 1 - ------ -- - -- -- -'M--wr -:Luv .:, - ,-is-J, ...M f W, dg,,,g:q1- ,,-W , -N-,551 we X F at Jjsbjf! 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TURNER The Students' Naval Training Corps "Oh the navy, the ncwy, the aristocratic 1fLcwy" ANY are the times that the above challenge has been Hung out by a hundred lusty throats as the Company swung down Clifton Avenue toward homo, i. e., the barracks. Such was the spirit and pep With which the Naval Unit entered everything that it did. A superior Hesprit de corps" Was l222l c bY 3 Xvefllle ich the 5" Was developed in this small, more or less detached body, which led to many cheerful and pleasant undertakings. On November eighth this group reported at the University prepared for duty and were assigned to B barracks. Immediately we took up our military duties under Commodore W. H. Turner, U. S. N., and Boatswain's Mate S. W. Lawrence. We quickly learned to "pipe down," "swab decks,', to "rate" this or that, and to "spin a yarn" as long as the next one, and so learned the first requirements of a "gob." But even during our short stay of two weeks in the barracks at the University, the jealousy of the "army" became outspoken, for of course, the navy didn't have to do "Cinder detail" and "fatigue" from four to six every afternoon. Our unit was then moved to the Navy barracks on McMicken Avenue, and the only ,trace of army in our daily life became army mess, the recollections of which are filled with unsavory odors. The Naval Unit took an active interest in all Varsity activities and in addi- tion had many of its own. It had a football team that played a number of teams about town, and made a very creditable showing, despite the fact that our best players had already been contributed to the Varsity squad. A basket- ball team was also developed. However, our activities were not confined entirely to athletic lines. Two dances were given under the auspices of the unit. The first was a limited affair, and served to show off grandly our new uniforms which had arrived but a day or two before. The second was a sub- scription dance, the proceeds of which were used to provide a farewell banquet which was held as a final get-together party just before the unit disbanded. Too much can not be said in favor of our commanders. To them is due all the credit for the careful and considerate way in which we were provided for. We wish to take this opportunity of expressing to them our best wishes for their future, wherever their tasks may lead them. p S. P. T. . ' I2231 JUW THE QAM F v X - - ff .ef mp A ft? ONE 1' NOT EAS ones A lj , N 2? I N I e- x. .. R , 'fy 'HL C , --- - E, 4? 4 NK RX .X 1 .WXX ' J 9 Z .X -,., E 'Q' 6, W "f Ney' Q' Q SQN if 4 ,123 M f '98 . ' v gg xkwxx i' 9 C' f '-' ' X 2, ,V A 5 , A QQ N X3 L' Nt? ps Us Q--1 : Q 1 MOST OF- THE: TWTE. MUSXC HNTH CHAQN5. 1 6 - - 'DNLL P a, Y I 7 . Q! "D.ECREATlON. YQ ,Q v 5 ,5,.,'4 9 Z I fi F 4 . Q ii LOOT sr-MTH A ' ' "fl , x-W5 TEOUPE- OF' 44- W "-'QS u "- Z V K- - if' TQNNED E Jae I TRUCKS HATEQMANS XDEAL xi - if 5 , rmqnwxen THANTHE swowuu. , 2 0 Q C' X f 6 f ik ggi y,,, 'W ' Q lag ' xx X" 2 J x ' K 6 Jim W , 'J fs G x sv ovir. J . QQ A 5 il S1 ,F- CK5 f 1 f I! 2 "Bill" Talcott, '18 "Diddi" Margraf, '18 "Dusty" Almmn-r, 'IH Capt. Football Team Pres. Senior Class Cfhm. Vigilzmcn- Onnnmillm-1' A - --w i1i..,.,- ,. , . , , , l --f- V' 1 1" :+R ggi' gp: Ziff' l. 1- gp .nl - x x sh, W. .gnu .x...w.....:- 5 51 Al! .LJE M g K L ' - ' , QQ. 'ill 2. f Tk ' l 5 x' . ' 5 W, . : lr-is 'k L . .. '14 Y nw- 53.5 - f.-, -, . gli ,-, :S ""1QA.A 'am K: RAS - Y , ,, , ,,,,.,,,,, -.Www-,IM , W l X l .. vfM-112 1-ifWif" cw l wowf FQSSCH' Al l ws 1 " v-X ,.. . -5. 1 1 Tin memoriam U. C. Men Who Died in the Service Capt. C. H. Weintz, died of pneumonia at Camp Sherman, October 14, 1918. Sergt.-Major Ralph C. 'Waring, died in France, October 4, 1918. Lieut. David Hayward Ackerson, E. B., 1909, died at Camp Crane, May 1, 1918. Capt. Clement E. Laws, M. D., died at Camp Dodge, April 21, 1918. Lieut. Leland Barnett, killed in action, September 27, 1918, awarded American D. S. C. Corp. Cornelius J. Devereaux, died of Wounds, August, 1918. Sergt. Herbert E. Green, died of Wounds, June 16, 1918. Lieut. Wm. W. Hays, killed in airplane accident, Florida, November 4, 1918. Lieut. John Henry Koenig, died of influenza, September 30, 1918. Justus Louis Kruckemeyer, died at Great Lakes Naval Training School, October, 1918. 1 Clifford Grant McCormick, died of pneumonia, October 15, 1918. Judson McManavvay, died of pneumonia, October 9, 1918. Sergt. Clifford D. Paddack, died February 21, from injuries received October 19, in action. Sergt. Robt. Schroder, killed in action, September 28, CArgonne Forestb. Corp. H. A. Wilson, killed in action, September 25. Lieut. Robt. Bentley, killed in action, September 28. Lieut. Miles Gelvvicks, killed in aeroplane accident, March 13, 1918. Lieut. John K. Grisard, killed in aeroplane accident in France, May 1, 1918. Corp. Elmer H. VanFleet, died in France, January 17, 1918. Clifford Nelson, died of influenza at Halifax, November 3, 1918. Lieut. Eugene'A. Scanlon, killed in action, November 1, 1918. Lieut. Edgar B. Ritchie, killed in action, September 15, 1918. Lieut. Justus F. Sunderman, died of pneumonia, Camp Lee, October 1, 1918. i Lieut. Hall A. Taylor, killed in action, September 28, 1918. Samuel Reitman, Co. K, S. A. T. C., October 12, 1918. Russell Shively, Co. G, S. A. T. C., October 18, 1918. Kline V. Menefee, Co. G, S. A. T. C., November l, 1918. Philip Levine, Co. K, S. A. T. C., November 7, 1918. Chas. Weber, Co. K, S. A. T. C.. December 14, 1918. 12271 1 . 11 6 1 2 1 I 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 F 1 1 1 1 1 z 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,MAJOR W. F. LEVVIS Reserve Officers' Training Corps FTER the signing of the armistice, the War Department decided to re-es- tablish units of the R. 0. T. C. in the universities and colleges of the United States. Because the Work of the University of Cincinnati is rated so high by the government officials, the War Department is verylanxious that graduates of the University of Cincinnati should be eligible for reserve officers' commis- sions. The establishment of a Reserve Officers' Training Corps unit at the Univer- sity of Cincinnati has been authorized. The War Department is now Working on a plan whereby the engineering students can take the R. O. T. C. training Without interfering With the summer co-operative Work. If this plan is com- pleted satisfactorily, it is probable that Coast Artillery, Engineer, Infantry, Ordnance, and 'Signal Corps units will be authorized. Major W. F. Lewis, of the Corps of Engineers, a graduate of Michigan School of Mines, who saw service with the 107th Michigan Engineers, C1917- 1918D, on the fighting fronts in France, has been detailed as Commanding Officer at the University of Cincinnati. As soon as final action has been taken on the summer training camps, the Work of organization Will begin, with a vievv to introducing the Work in full in September. E. SUS. , l228l x to re-es- he United 9 high by graduates ' commis- ie Univer- v workillg Y. training m is COIH' Infant1'Y,. Michigan iff, fnmanding ,een taken ,ith 3 Vl6W 5 5. 5. W ylie' H - - , X l V , y CALENDAR .Q . t l 71' A . to i i 5 X September 19-Freshman Registration Day. Much new greenery adorns the campus. 20-Dean Chandler Won't let Marian Holman take "Modern Drama." Says she is too young and unsophisticated. 21-Sheep separated from goatsg girls register in Women's Gym, men in McMicken. 23-Again We put our noses to the grind stone. 24--Freshman girls' buttons arrive. They are fully three inches in diameter and conspicuous-oh, my! A. 25--Vigilance Committee makes hay While the sun shines. Coach Chambers and Capt. Shryock promise us a Winning football team. 26-Chas. Bell and the Dean boost the Student Activity Fund. No marked increase in sales. 27-The demise of the V. C. authority. Dr. Benedict and Mr. joergens assist at the obsequies. 28-Dr. Gardiner announces that the first person in his class who sneezes will be shown the door. A sneezing epidemic ensues. I 229 I i -4 1. , 1860 , 1 .V ,, -,Mn ' - ff, f, 'xf6Tn Affhg S4wgT"fi ' 1 . gf 1 ' sf L 6 r ', 2 . 727 CLLN 'Tu 19.9, October 1,-Installation of the A. T. C. Varsity football team wins from the Fort Thomas soldiers. That is a pretty fair start. if' ' , X . . 2 great consternation among Fiosh Botany Students. Benny springs his first quizz. "And they said Botany was a snap." 3-Dr. Thrasher is welcomed to Cincinnati by the hospitable Flu germ. 4-Y. WV. party. Upperclassmen faint noisily away when two C25 kinds of sandwiches are served. 5-Camp Cincinnati in quarantine-no more all-night parties. 7-Mary had a little lamb, And she called it Enza. Every time the door flew open . .In - . flu - enza. 9-Cuba and Marion ruin soldiers' digestion by feeding them pie and cakes at nine o'clock in the evening. A 10-Literary Society decides to tell "Fairy Stories." Hasn't the Literary Soc- iety always been addicted to telling fairy stories. 11-Delt chapter is doubled by the initiation of five healthy infants. 12-The Drama Circle outlines a series of programs for the U. C. soldiers. The soldiers are spared because of the nine o'clock bedtime ruling. 13-The Flu rages, Mystic Thirteen calms down a bit. 14-S. A. T. C. Lieutenants take over Pi Kap house. 15-Glee Club holds first meeting. All things indicate a howling success for this year. V 16-Morgan gets a rose-colored service stripe for introducing Major Percy to Gerty. 17-S. A. T. C. holds pep meeting at Carson Field. 18-Dr. Gardiner startles his Pol. Sc. class by talking about "unmarried bachelors." - 19-"News" comes out with ,following headline, "Taunt Stuart-gone at last." just what does it mean? IZ31 1 'q.i or VF! ' . x , Q .- Young' officer named Smith seen dashing around with the girls-we beg pardon-cz girl! H1S!30fY Club 1H1'C1a'CeS. King and Queen Historia and their royal cour- tiers discover the precise weight of Charles the Fat, and the date of the loss of Charles the Bald's last hair. Wonderful! One issue of the "News" comes out without Eugene Mitten- dorf's name therein. -Red Cross canteen proves very popular, with Miss Hillas, D. Dulce and Sophie in charge. -Somebody wanted to know if Mystic 13 and the V. C. were the same thing. Which they are not-the Mystics are rough! -Fraternity parties stop at the unearthly hour of eleven. Awful! -Didn't that sleeveless, neckless, Ccensoredj -less evening gown in Fenton's window look chilly today? -Evening gown looks too warm, now. November -Thereis a play called "Take It From Me," running in New York. Not a bad title-everybody does. CH you catch what we meanj. -Walter Haehnle, alias "Beef," gets appointed to West Point, after "squads right-ing" all summer at Sherman. -Company L leaves "all the comforts of homel' in the gym and undergoes the horrors of war in barracks. -A newly-appointed corporal writes to Mrs. Evans to know whether it would be proper for him to wear his chevrons on his pajama sleeves. -Dear reader, we will not insult your intelligence by telling you what hap- pened today. ' Such a celebration! Also, such a headache. Good things never come singly-our vacation is over. Peace Day! Major Percey leads Varsity Division. If you want a symphony of color, just gaze on the blankets displayed from the barracks windows every Friday. ' l233l f I 1 Q Q' 1, -rg. '- fa- -A, ' WOVkl.N2 Hard. ' - 57"q,,bfe fofvb Dqmafkv. ,N ., Y I r 1, , 4 . I, ,, 1 I . 73fea'8 e 5 - Coach f?N.45.,,,CAe0f 5'7".!8- 5-Wee'-F!f li ' 9 Q .L ASI' ' '73'f'4 fe 'F'4"?f"f v'fv2S - ' Zo661e Q First meeting of Chem. Club. Men conspicuous- by their absence. Young officer named Smith still dashing. Drama Circle tryout reveals embryo Fiskes, Irvings, Bernliarllts, l3ootiis - and Eva Tanguaysl Woman's League Party-Freshmen entertained the uppcrclassmen by recounting their sins and misdemeanors. Varsity! Varsity! Rah! Rah! Rah! Georgetown defeated in brilliant game, 21-0. Woman's League party furnishes evidence that the Girls' Vigilance Com- mittee is not a "dead one." Dr. Rolle and "Morning Enquirer" return from Camp Sherman. Chem- istry Faculty stops buying newspapers. Miami Day-everybody who isn't disguised to look like an inanimate piece of furniture gets held up for a quarter. just another of our pleasing and popular traditions. -Great glee in S. A. T. C. Demobilization ordered-as a Christmas present to good little boys. I -'Womanfs League Dance for S. A. T. C. Unusual situation-five men to one girl. -Miami 0, Cincinnati 0. Begins to look like the old days. The turkey is kept Warm for us. -We experience "that full feeling." , -Somebody does us dirt-We don't get a Thanksgiving vacation. December -S. A. T. C. in October meant "Striking After The Commissions." Now it means, "Sad About Those Commissionsf' Lunchroom invests in some lovely new silver, shiny and dainty, 'n every- thing. The spoons are particularly cute. -Unprecedented attack on that necessary and useful road to freedom- the cut. -French Club initiates with profuse use of iodine. l2351 Senior stunt party. Dear little Tunis, and dreat big, 'normous Lilymae lead the grand march. -New printed rules and regulationshhanded around in Social Science. Do they think we take sociology for the fun of it? , -Dr. Ogden asks for a French class of girls-the only qualifications being that they do not wear ear-muff coiffures. -The clocks in McMicken evidently had a party in anticipation of july 1. They are rather-erratic. -Dr. Thorpe wants to know why girls prefer chemistry to marriage. They know the risks of chemistry. -Mystic 13 begins to be alive again. Some party! -Company K, that musical aggregation, is discharged to the tune of San Domingo, and Hula Hula dances, which delight the feminine population. -Young ofhcer named Smith seen at the movies with fair D. Z. -War exposition proves popular place-especially the Belgian booth, with its good-looking young officers. p -Sam Todd prepares his friends by sending out Christmas presents early. Kempie, take notice. -Athletic Banquet. All the football men get nice, little, useless, golden footballs. . -The Lits give their annual Christmas party. Frank wears mistletoe with no results. Howard swears undying revenge for enforced mal-nutrition. -The Stall Around Till- Christmas Club quits stalling. -Sorority bids go out. The end of a perfect nightmare. -Chas. Bill asks Santa Claus for another building. -Did you get what you wanted? -Do your Christmas swapping early. -Shoe shining contest in the "News" office furnishes snappy material for junior slam. -Fine night for a murder. Holly Zwick goes lady-killing. -Busy week for girl-fussers. -The last New Year's Eve in a wet town. l2361 uae D0 ' sing V 1. San zion. with -arly. olden with ition. ial fOI' - January 1-Everybody makes resolution to get to class on time. Said resolution meets sad fate in very short time. -- 2-S. A. T. C. Lieutenants regretfully leave Pi Kap House. They sax' that as a boarding house, it is as good as the HY." 1 i 3-It is authoritatively announced that the Thirty-Seventh Division will be home in March. 4-It is authoritatively announced that the Thirty-Seventh Division will not be home this year. s 6-Chem. Club takes a hike. Dr. Farnam gets complete immersion in muddy creek and is now a good Baptist. i 7-Gobs of joy among the girls' "Theda" Bowen, prize Delt vamp, gets back. 8-Cercle Francais girls arrange their coiffures carefully. Mr. Hubert attends meeting in full uniform. ' V 9-Freshmen caps arrive. It requires a very peculiar style of beauty to get away with such artistic atrocities. 10-"YH Hut Warming, Y. W. banquet. Co-eds get religion. 11-Sam Foertmeyer, the modern Goliath, returns to play football on the Delt basket-ball team. 13-The Mystics give a birthday party. Plans for a dance discussed. Sigma Sigma suggested as possible guests. Plans unanimously given up. 14-Lottie Landis, garbed asia Japanese giesha girl, spellbinds the Literary Society. 15-Miss Spinney recites "Medea" to all who have the price. 16-There Was one nice thing about the S. A. T. C., those serenades of "Styles" and "San Domingo" that used to break the monotony for bored students in tedious classrooms. 17-Freshmen Reception, evidently given for high-school students. Woman's League makes itself agreeable to the Faculty at tea. 18+Beta's hold Open House. They have only 173 crests, shields and coats of arms around, including those onthe piano-We counted them. 20-Sophomores take army intelligence quizz, and find out just how intelligent they ain't. I 237 1 Ma,v'S 7T'f'cLf ,Rr N4 ., M . if ' M z':'xec.LL'f7'oNeYs f7NJ,1-CXCCU-7125 1 Garvffe men - Va, nv In me 17.1 gif x JZS ful, live C11-fs fnq W Q 4642 ff" x 3,95 - Oradoulg c70JdQSSfS 1 V - Y f- , AN, MA f P Q. .-.gaq,wi'v' 54 il? I I , V Y V 'Y h . . - Qfxx V i Q ff 3 1 . ,F E . ' l ,Fm 3 'vu' ,N ' I ,Q , f-.6 .fL, . V,,4"' , 1 Vi , , f -- cf1. u,1z Tufoc HM! JILNQ A Z mms . ' jsnakcj Locks 5 ff'-w Viffs ,INSuY9eVw 15 , -Favorite exclamation, "lVhy, those proofs don't half do you justice." Ye old dismal mat-rush! Freshmen march backwards forwardly and carry spoils-to Sophomore goal. -Mystic 13 receives lessons in osculatory aliection from its engaged members. Question: Are Laura and Dusty mushy or merely clemonstrative? Ask Katherine K., she knows! -junior Tea-Dance. "News" office cupid leaves a valentine for the editor and managing editor. -Frank and Stape visit Rose Hill. Frank is still in pursuit of his heiress. -Varsity loses to Indiana State. It was a good game, anyway. -Phi Delt doorplate mysteriously disappears. -Men's Freshman Trial. Red Prather and Bill Summers atone for their sins by singing. But as someone said, "Why punish the audience?" Frosh entertain for "News" editor at Venice, Ohio. -Stape says he passed one graveyard and thirteen saloons. Passed, did you say? -FreshWomen's Trial. Gods and Goddesses of High Olympus decree grave punishments for insurgent Frosh. -V. C. all puffed up! They had their pictures in the papers. -"News" sleuth unveils secrets of junior Take-od, and blackmailing com- mittees are organized. Innocent Frosh: "Is Catherine the sister of that young officer named Smith?" -It is rumored that the Thirty-Seventh Division will soon be home. Eleven dances and five tea parties postponed. -Isabel Dysart says she's tired of going to classes. Merton Jerome Hubert, B. A., proclaims his approaching retirement from bachelor life. l241l I 19--VVe raise the roof of the Commons by singing, "A Long, Long Trail," and, "Keep the Home Fires Burning," both at once. 20-Virginia Kemper hides behind auditorium curtains in vain attempt to discover the secrets of Sigma Sigma. 21-Dress rehearsal for the Vodvil. If a rotten rehearsal means a fine perform- ance, we sure are due for a fine performance. 1 22-Varsity V odvil, a versatile, variegated venture, vast and veracious, vying with Vogue in its vivid and vivacious variety! 24-The Thirty Seventh Division lands in New York. Oh, boys! 25-Ellen Strubel gets on the same car with Marilyn Miller. Thrills, Ellen? 26-Chem. Club entertains Freshmen members by quoting their own witticisms. Concentrated solution of 1, 3, A7, trimenthylxanthine served. QNot poison, only coffeej 27-Peppy songfest. Seventeen girls claim Reeves threw that kiss at them, but we know it was Taunt he saw. 28-Drama Circle springs an evening of one-act plays. Buddie can't take a curtain call because he wears pajamas. 29-Co-op Dance. Was there any electioneering? Oh no, my child-how could you think so? 31-Varsity adjourns to witness Talcott-Renner wedding. April 1--April Fool! We're not even going to try to be funny today. 2-Ulex initiates at Sig Chi house and receives a bill for one broken hatrack. 3a-lVill tomorrow never come? 4-The Batteries come home. VVords are inadequate. 5eHA certain "Passing Show" poster reminds us vividly of Earl Widau in "The Sultan's Favorite." 7-University "News" and its editors get a free ad. 8-You know something? VVhat were Red and Sue looking at men's shoes so earnestly for? IZ44 1 H and, 1Pl5 to rform. , Vying , Ellen? mticismg, - CNot i it them, t take a ild-how y hatrack. u in "The ,S Shoes SO 18- French Club plays. Aggie sacrifices all to her art. Balloting for election begins. 'Woman's League Rube Party serves blackberry pics to the guests. Y. VV. C. A. Banquet raises memories of last years junior Show, and antic- ipations of this years. Freshman tea-dance at last comes off. lVe ask no more. The 1-17th Infantry arrives. First day of Parkology courses. No, my dear, Mr. Park of the English department does not start them. They are self-starters. Lit. "Open Meeting" attempts to appease severe critics. -Fair daughters of Neptune hold aquatic carnival. Balloting for election ends. French Club entertains with tea and cakes, 'n everything. VVe congratulate the winning senior officers, and condole with the resit. Varsity Boat-Ride loomsup in the near distance. Date-books overhauled. Bob Thayer and Hermie Knorr apply for positions as mascot for Theta. Hermie accepted. Bob seeks consolation with D. Z. French Club gabbles French and gobbles food at luncheon. Pan-Hellenic Dance causes perturbation to men who love them all and are true to them all. lN7oman's League dance Well chaperoned by the Dean and Dopey Dan. Co-op smoker proves truly a hot time. Louis I. Johnen, junior, falls off the back end of a Clifton careqa prac- tical demonstration of what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable body. Kate koncentrates and katches a kute, kurly-headed kid. lSmatter, Red? l245l M dl ,. is ry, sf' MAYTQ, 'P XUY I' S .-un 1 '35 15 Us ,,:JV1 -L M1 f 1 May -Woma1i's Pan Banquet. Peaches and cream have nothing on the girls today-but-wait until next September. -Miami debate. VV'e learn more about the League of Nations in two hours than most of us have learned in six months. -Varsity Boat-Ride. Some moon! -People are still talking about Schymmyzette's "Dance of the lVild Cootiesf' -jim Cunningham seen talking to a female. Says she cornered him. 7-Taunt Staurt's secret sorrow revealed by "Who's XVho." She has a Shakespearean brow. 8-Girls' Field Day proves exciting. Q 9-Prize Day. Cincinnatus seals given to Eddie Powers, Mary Steiner, .rf 13- 14-- 21- 22-- Howard Stapleton, Lottie Landis, Dottie Cone, Taunt Staurt, Bob Dorsey, Martha Anderson, Fran Wright, Lillian Meeds, Anne Knight, Catherine Snow, Babe Jones, Bill Meyers, Walter Haehnle, Cis Stark and Margaret Green. 10-Sig Alphs throw their Spring dance. Better than usual. N . 12-Ed Sudlgoff gets to class on time. l Guiders' Club guides prospective Freshmen around the classic halls. Bob gives inspiring free lecture on how to rush thirteen girls at once. We'd like to take a crack at Don, but his past is so spotless that we can't find a thing to tell. Freshmen hold a childrenls party at the "Mansion" "Arms and the Man" staggers on, supported by well-known pillars of the Drama Circle. Co-eds vote Earl VVidau the original of "A Skin You Love to Touch." Doc Schroth announces that decollette means an abbreviated evening gown. VVoman's League Festival in Burnet lVoods. Isadora Duncan has nothing on us. ' I 247 1 The Tea Dance Class gives a swell affair at the "Mansion" junior Slam. Half the Seniors are sore because they were taken od and the other half are just as sore because they weren't. "Cincinnatian" comes out and the editorial staff takes to the tall timber. If anyone's purple past has been neglected in the Funny Book, please re- member that it was lack of space, not lack of knowledge, which caused the omission. Seniors begin to get worried about Phi Beta Kappa's "VVho's Next?" June Final annoyance begins. Roudebush has a birthday. CMentioned by requestj -Fanny johnson gets B in psych. Did she "vamp" Mr. Diserens? It is rumored that Diddy Margraf was arrested for fragrancy. -Someone asks what kind of rouge Charlotte Merry advertises. -Final annoyance ends. -Baccalaureate Sermon, accompanied by the privilege of Wearing caps and gowns for the first time. -Senior-junior Parties-just like wedding festivities. -Class Picnic. Alumni gaze with pride on the college. -Senior class presents, "The Admirable Crichton." -Class luncheon, with all the delicacies of the season, and the Commons. -Commencement. Zip! goes the hl-lum! l248l I 4 1 il . . ' 1 V 1 all "'A. .:,,gV1- ,:.: -, liu A':' :A- i 7A: Q51 x1,' A V K H XO I ,. A , .f1.,4 In ' IIAI .i,, ,,,, ? .,.'. Q 5,A V .. , 3 V . -, 31. .,,'i it jb xi,,. , , .4 X, , Y 4 I lil' '1 " - wgsfmi X Wi b 1 will I ,- EXW rf! f N ' ' ? I. x X 5 , li ' N X "' . N' eg X ix E 4 '-Ties , X cgi fr" ' f r f ' ' 1 , I 1 X X gi! U M 'f X 1251! f X f f 1 f 7 S s M ,-. -- X QC0fw,bo.sf' ffW2'f'C-15 07A 7'f7'e7"I:!!fZ2J'- - f A Composite Sketch of the Follies HIS is a scene at the passing show, Or maybe it was at the Follies, Or maybe both, I don't know. Anyway Everybody was there -- Everybody of any importance, That is-- The Dean was there, But of course he had to go, Being professor of modern dramer, IVho stands on chairs to see dryads Even at sedate "Lit" meetings How could he resist the Follies? Ogden was there, too-- You're surprised? Well then, you don't know Qggie. lVhy it was Philip who- But if I give him away I won't get D in French. They say that Miss Young was there But I don't believe that. The wildest party was a box party, Frank Byers was chaperoning it. 'You know him-that young Lothario Who goes in for Chianti, Tauntie, And liberated verse. Howard Stapleton also rang . And Lottie's shoes were all shined up. She said she went to Land's But we know otherwise. And Mary Steiner was the noisiest Of the lote- I A Freshman whose themes she marks, Said so. I could go on indefinitely ' But the rest of those present Paid me to keep their names out of this I wouldn't have put 'em in anyway, But I didn't say so- I just accepted the money and had a 13-cent lunch in the Commons. I 250 I VFff'5fh7lj C'v'rfs ,IA 77m7L Ser? Indra GHNQ sw Q Q X V 5 yu, l P1 Q1 OI S Ll 772 C Qrffrne. 14"1' G'ooo'6ye , 51:04 Lacfi V i VI' .5 S is g if . Q k ,J if 5 ,., lf W Z Q X x' if 7 X ' J fr E C A Z if S 7 at E Z , , 5 I "Chuck" Dabney's Dream S a fitting stage setting for this nocturnal farce of conglomeration of over- worked brains and futile attempts at introspection we have established, as a fitting artistic background, an atmosphere of touching pathos, and further, that it may be appreciated to its fullest extent, we suggest an audience com.- pletely wrapped up in a cloak of melancholical sentimentality as well as one possessed of rare imaginative genius. I Cast of Characters "Chuck," affectionate appellation applied to our hero, Charles William Dabney 2 ll ll ll KC LC KK li Dan," the Scribbler .... ................................ D aniel Lawrence Holly," Chief Batchei- ..... .,...... C imstian R. Holmes i Chandyf' Chief Liberalist. . . .... Frank Wadleigh Chandler Lou," Chief Sister ............. ............ L oueen Pattee f " Hermyf Chief Bridge Builder .,.. ...... H erman Schneider Bunn, ,, "Chieves" also .......,.....,. . William Paxton Burris TTGWCII Louis Trenchard More Wee-II'ee,l' official frog and worm hatcher.. . . .... Harry Lewis Wieman Day- Time," "Wee-lVee's" egg chipper ..... ............ E dward C. Day ' "Aunt Cora," "Wee-lVee's" worm Chaser .... ................ C ora M. 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Deep Breathmg CTh1s ex:press1on for polxteness sakel Dan Oh most noble s1re I come as of old and as ex er anon to mscnbe upon the records of our 1nst1tut1on the proceedmvs of the Illght s xenture Dream on most noble s1re dream on I xvr1te Chcmdy Now stop stop I say' Your Words VV1llv are not n arly as mtellectaal as your name nor do they asp1re to the hexghts that mme oxx n ecl1pse Am I not past master 1n the art of expressxon Wzlly I dare say I dare say but let me alone xx hen I xx ant to tall You may l1ke the flow of Words from your l1ps the1r sound and substance but darned lf I do You ought to know that bx th1s t1me Dfmk Hoffman Oh Aunt Cora can t xou step asrde and alloxx me mx pedestal organs to sxx 1110 m place Aunt Cora Cdeftcmt awj How dare x ou rebul e the neural pmoc ssesl mst ent 1n the d1encephal1c refflon of mx cramal possess1ons 1n that mann r Day Tzme Te he s1ster te he a1nt xou the lmmmt' VVee IVee Tut tut ch1ldren be careful Xou should not ex cr Sptdl together Who knoxvs but what the vo1ces mwht to some Annulatan specmes Cause havoc 1n brmgmg about a strange COITIDISXIIIX 111 the IITIITIGCIIZYCC OIIISIJFIIILQ' through heredxtarg 1ecept1on of the tendencx toxx ard future "ll ormologx " I 713 I as - ,H ' 'JS " ...... , .............,..... .klcfl -' , 11551,-x' XYilgl,11 CI H A .Yxq .W I CSI ' Q Q 3 U y . 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" H20"-"Nix, boys, let's stick around. And now, who can I challenge to a nice little game of checkers for tomorrow's pastime at my office? You, Chuck? Are you the only one can spare the time?" 'YHubertis''-"E-Pluribus-Unum! So help me God -I am shocked, dumb- founded. Oh, Caesar, hear my call. Cicero, lend an ear. Your dutiful servant, I-Iubertis, has heard blasphemy and vulgar language in this, the con- gregation of Facultatis Universitae Cincinnatael Oh, damio, damio, sunuvagunf' "Sweet M01'ry"-"Oh, Aunt Cora, what shall I do? I so want to talk to this group of cruel MEN, but am afraid to look at any of these here but ycu and Marjy and Lou. My dancing class is waiting for me, and I'm in such a hurry to get to them, but I just must tell on nasty old "Chamby." He's after building up a horrid old football team, and besides this he doesn't like to wear bloomers, and one thing more. Those naughty boys of the Student Council Upon Activities of the Student Body went and got you, Loueen, to make trouble about the "Prom," which was given at the Gibson Hotel, because I refused to let them put that awful wax on the floor of my gymnasium for boys who want to learn how to dance and swing their arms beautifully like my girls, and now I have to let this Committee have their own way. I'm so mad, but never mind, come "Marjy," the girls are waiting for us-the Mid-Summer Night's Dream Dance is on, you know." CExit with Mary'y.j "Burr"-" Trench"-"Oh, Trench, I am the chief of all The Pedagogs to be. And Burr, I am the potentate Of them who fame would see. "Chandy"- "Now Pedagogs are teachers, A job there lies for you In future years-when features Are expected-that are new. "Schmitty"- "But dis I'll say to you uns, . Dat's graduatin' high, From extry work an' doins So you on fame can fly. - just stick right to your learnin', An' get a JOB-dat's what, For teachin's just like churnin', You can't afford to stop." CAfter you once start.j I 256 I "Breezy"--"Schmitty, that is hne. I really bclicye, that were you to con centrate your powers of conscious activity upon that particular phase of its scope embraced in the processes of relational content of consciousness, and were to make explicit the effects of such manipulation upon your psycho-pliysiczil organism, you would be involved in the process of expressing beautiful thoughts." "Schmitty"-"Dat's a lie. I vouldn't be expressing noddings. I vould be six veet unter de ground, mit de perfumes of bretty vlowers above me." "Dizzy"-"Oh, hum-m-m. Have I been slumbering again?" "Chuck"-"Yes, get up here. Be alive." ' "Dizzy"-"Now, don't you talk back to me. I'll slap your face-I -oli- oh my-my necktie is gone." "Chuck"--"No it isn't. just reach around behind your neck, and bring it back where it belongs. And now, while I am at it, and on the subject, dear boy, Why can't you cease Wearing jim Jeffries' collars-they choke so. I honestly recommend cuffs for a change. They will feel more at home on your neck." "L0ueen"-"Hubertis, I' hate you." " Hubertisu-"Mutual. Oh, Euripides, teach me the art of choosing words that I may fling them in confusion .upon this, my rival-this veritable She-Devil, who challenges me so openly and so cruelly." " Loueenn-"Go l" "Aunt Cora"-"Yes, go before my militant nature breaks forth in fury." "jerk"-"Hooray! A fight. Comrades, ho!" "Schmittgv"-"I go get ,de veel-barrow. But please don't make too much dirt." "Chuck"-"Hold! Stop! I will none of this. You act like sheep gone astray. You-you--ugh! "Ma, get me the sleep powders. I've been dreaming again." Finis 'W-9 8 an an QJQ 62' "Q wp: iii' lx F 'Ev lg mul" l257l "The Light that Failed" Xl ith apologies to Longfellow's Hlliziwciflizi i 9 'WAS a bleak night in Xovcinbcr, Dark and stormy in November, And around the hearth-hrc seated, iVere the chieftains of Pi Kaps. Stern and somber were their faces, 'Were their dark and swarthy faces, As their brother XVagner murmured, Murmured to the hissing embers: 'You can take your ballv sea-gulls, Take your quails, and all your ganders Give me chickens, prairie chickens, Give me sage hens and white leghorns. Thus he spoke and silence followed, And the minds of those assembled Gathered dreams and gathered fancies Gathered hopes of frying springersg And the odor of the eggnog Caused them all to be light-headed, And from out the whirling chaos, From the depths of rusty brain-pans, Came the scheme of raising chickens. In the cellar of their mansion, In the white-washed silent sanctum They enthroned an incubator, Lit the pilotxlamp, the beacon Upon which their hopes depended, And ascending to the attic, Slept at peace beneath the rafters, Slept the peace of the contented. Seven times the fair aurora T inged the eastern hills with crimson Ere a fall of bitter sorrow, Settled on that humble dwelling, H591 I W I -'gn .-r A ' - - , gm '71 glifi ' W 1,4 , v""gs-N x Q, 5 1 " f - 5 ., ' ' ffffbyve is 5, F, . E, I L, r, E i I4 L. 1, i, g. I 1 1. 'Af LJ..-.v " " if P.. F, I 5 1' if Lf W, V7 -. L ,A A E '32 I fu., . 'M f Lfwff Drew a melancholy blank.-t G'er the light of their ambition. For the seventh eve was stormy, Through the attic raced the north wind, Beat upon the sleeping faces Of the Pi Kaps there reclining, Until one awoke and noticed That the smallest of his brethren VVas not roosting on his pallet, VVas not resting with his lcinsmen, And fear was great within him That a cog was loose in Denmark. Now a footfall on the ladder Told of one approaching slowly, Bearing rumors of misfortune, Bearing Bopeep to the attic, Where unto his wakened brothers He confirmed the ill forebodings. He had gone to turn the egglets, "Ewa yea, my little" egglets, When the north wind, breathing coldly, Chilled to death the ire of hope, Chilled the pilot lamp, the beacon. And the chicklets all stampeding To attain a warmer clime, Scrambled all the slower egglets, Scrambled all the unhatched egglets, And they sold the stock at auction And received a silver dime. ikik 414' ya. wt- Dorothy Hayward's the beautiful dancer 'Whose fame has spread o'er U. C. But her dance, the dainty "Flirtation," Is eclipsed when she does the "Shimmee 2 l26lI Digressional " APCLIQH be with me yet, Lest I forget, lest I forget! And, "Twa-twa" too, stay near I pray, To fortify me for 'the day' IYhen I must sing my little song, To help propel that show along." 'Twas Morgan Fenley who thus sought The substitutes for Words he ought Have known. CI judge by the reproach Directed at him by the coachlj The practice hours moved on apaceg And Morgan seemed all set to face The footlights, and to thrill a throng With the emotions of his song. The show time came. His magic voice Made all within its sound rejoice- As from his silver tongue there dripped Sweet sentiment. Then something slipped! Qur hero waxed both cold and hot, At thinking, "Lord! I have forgot!" But in his chills-and-fever fret, He sensed that prayer, "Lest I forget!" And from his lips in dulcet How, Rang out, "TWa-tvva! Sapolioln 3,-.N YL 12424 1 .7 1 4 xg wt- Prexy is our president, Who gets in dreadful messes By advocating uniforms, And talks on Wornen's dresses. I 262 1 XX! If Q ff N l f a S Q f f Q' - I T 1 1-" ' . fxxx x ' V H" X A f N,Vi l If X!! f ,ff ff M xf W . 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This was his fate at the old Indian Reservation, known to some as "Miami" MORE NOTE: COf great repute to Cincinnatians who are unable to pay full price for Joseph Peebles Sons' Tallewanda drinking water, and who, feeling the need of fraternity life and a back-to- nature rest cure, imbibe this spark- ling and invigorating fluid for four years in an attempt to either get married or cured of intellectual burdens.j f265l Note V70 find our illustrious protege on Saturday morning, wandering hope- lessly and aimlessly among the laby- rinth of Varsity's structures of tra- ditional fame, and hnally follow him to the "Reign of Sport," the Stadium. Here he asks in a meek voice for admittance from the worthy keeper, Herr Professor Schmidt, who grants him an audience. The professor of "side lines" proves to be a most con- soling confidant, and stops long enough Cten minutesj from his rou- tine of daily research to pour the oil of information upon the seething sea of troubled thought. The following monologue fell upon the keen ears of Harry Braunstein, ex-farmer, poli- tician, financier, lady-killer, etc., and was reported verbatim to the Editor of the "Yearly Smack." All credit for this comprehensive Revue is due our able reporter Harry, who hopes that his efforts will please the inter- ested and unsuspecting public, just as his efficient business policies have never failed to please the cosmopoli- tan student body of U. C. "When in doubt, ask the Sigma Sigmas -they know." Sigma Chi USE Zigma Ghis, vot live in der house across by der Engi- neering College, are der most nodori- ous of dem all. Dey hat to vate for der ent of die S. A. T. C. here bevor dey could furnish dot house mit dou- ble decker army betts und bett clothes. "Excluziyeness" used to be spellt by der letters "ln Hock Signo Vincusf' bud ven all de olt poys enlisted, dey hocked der excluzive- ness along mit die rest of der steins und so today dot tradishun is nud- dings but a memory. One uv die olt men, I pelicve it vas Cho Morris, gave me a book vot says dat Zigma Ghi vas founded at Miami by six Dekcs who couldn't bay dere dues uv two bits a month, pecause Oxford yas Wet in dose days ant dose Zigma Ghis are strong pelievers in home rule. Yen Cincinnati goes dry den dose Zigma Ghis will have to shut down dcr house as die yay it iz subbortcd is on die penny tax on each yivc-cent glass of bier solt by Rlocrlcin, Hauck and Yiedemann. You can alvays tell vone of dese men by die Maltese Cross pin he vears ant malt is his favorite flower. Der colors are ret ant plue indicating an ardistic facial decorashun. Die best time to try to get a bid vrom dis bunch is arount die hrst of die month ven die bills come due ant if you own a Paige machine or a Ford car, den you are douplytsure of peing aple to put on der Sunday Schul button vich- so disguises die ideals uv dis fraternidy. Dey zay dot Dannie Lawrence, der treasurer uv die University, is a Zig, bud you see I dink dot Zigma Ghi vas die only poys club in schul Ven he vas hier. "V e all like die Zigma Ghis, ant die girls especially dink dot dey have a nice fradernity, pecause dey chudge from VVhitey Rover ant Bill Kruse. I don't know, bud I pelieve dot this last vone owns a hardware store ant it sure does help dose Zigs along to have him, as he can supply die table with all uv die carving knives and soup ladles dat die brudders need." lzoei Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' GW den, dere's dot-yot you call em? Ez A Ee bunch. My yot boys. Gott in Himmel. If you Vant to get in mit an invluenchel krowd arount dat plaze dey call dei vimmen's jimnazium, join dem. If dey don't Vant you at furst, go ant sit all ober de Kabba Alfa Theda table vile die girls are trying for to eat a liddle sumdings. Let dem see you doing dis vonce or divice and dey'll take you shure. Bud mebbe dey Vill not yet Vant you--yell den I zay you shood forget vonce in awhile dat you candt zing, ant dat you have a iaze like a tornado dat has lost all its zigns of yooth-den offer to zing for de ztudent boty at de noon-dime rezess, like dat chap dey call Earl Weatherford vants to do. Now my tier boy, dey vill come to you mit offen armz-so dat dey can haf a blaymate for vun uv der boys who dey call Don Hall. Dese boys hai a house by der Ohio Avenoo Car Barrens, so dot dey can make a nuff money to subbort Bill Myers and his second-handled Hudson by cooking de dinner vunce a day for cle conduct- ors-maybe dey get frcc rides for diss too, because dey are zilvays clown town and its too far for dose chaps to Walk." Beta Theta Pi EM Bedas are der most impor- dand bunch at der school. Vell, you brobably von't agree with me ant l vouldn't blame you a bit, but chust you go ant ask a Beda ant zee vot he says for himzelf. If he can't convinze you himzelf py show- ing you die pictures uv die invluen- tial brudders back in l898 peiore thc time that Bi Kabba Alfa and Zigina Delta Bi were foundet, denn he vill show you Mr. Baird's Manuel on College Fradernidies. You zee, Mr. Bared vas a Beda himzelf ant zo he should know all about denig he vos nod from Cincinnati, bud he clezidcd to give die Bedas some gud notority and derefore he wrode a dreadize on this iradernity and to show you how prode minded he Vos he alzo wrodc l2671 I , 4 -4. W 5 I . - v O" i - VW . K, ,qu .g.x..,aAQf.-,, . Q v ,L 1 ,. ' A - 4, 4.1' ,f " ' "".F',...'-.L.1ygx. -t'- ' -'J ff!- 4 vu A , r- by ,,,,.fff.-s.-',1.4, a liddle sumdings apoud die odder fradernities. "Dey say dot dis bunch vas found- ed at Miami, you know all about dot place as you vas dere for a liddle vile. Vell to hear a Cincinnati Beda talk about his Miami brudders you vud dink dot die next time dat a 'Cincin- natian' came out, dot die Founderei Vould pe Cincinnati. Die Miami poys like dere modest Cincinnati brudders alzo. Last summer Ven Bradley Roberts and Herbie Vinans took a coubble of Hi school men to Oxford to rejuvinate dot chapter, Yatz Munns dezided dot die Deek ant der Zigma Ghi Chapters needed diss imbrovement more dann die Bedas so he told die Cincinnati poys to go pack home and sleep OH die effects of dere last Zigma Zigma party ant to come to Oxford die next time for comfort ant not work. Der reason dot die girls fall for dese Beda boys is because dey chust can't resist der Beda colors, baby blue and bink. All a girl has to do to make a hit with a Delda Daw Delda or a Vy l l l 4 I 1 l 1 l l l l I 4 1 1 A f268l -5 .:- . ' sr NN C .Xxx . Deld is to remark dot de putiful sun- set has all der glory uv die Beda colors. "Die Cincinnati Bedas haf so many sisters who are Dri Delts dot dey haf to haf sister pardies vich dey call 'Beda Open Houses,' all die real Beda bardies however are called danzes or wrestling matches, pecause Ven die sisters are safe at home denn die brudders can act natural." Delta Tau Delta OU say you haf heard about die Delta Daws? Vell, maype you can tell me someding about dis fra- ternity after I tell you all I know. Der Delta Daws are famous vor der nashunal reputachun vor high schol- arship. Ad der Deld convenshun in Buffalo apoud two years ago two im- pordant questions were disgusted. Der first vas prohibition and der second vas gud scholarship. Der Cincinnati chapter had been so bad along both uv dese points dot der nadishonal fraternity had to step in tnihidniinioifiiuiq iuioic it iuioioia-if i O Mini! ioioiniuioie .-X few Ill' nthf t' 3 l".-il 1' - ill! With tis v.'i1lHclfniiiliti illiii vaidliliit' your general efluccitiun. linmll new Subjects: Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Touch Tvpewriting, Arithmetic Spelling CU, f- respondence, Office Practice and Commercial Law. Day, Night :mil Sin. Classes The Conroy Business School Miss Marcella Conroy, Superintendent 402-405 Durner Building Telephone Woodburn 4306 ant brace them up. Since then die old timers like Pailing Richardson and Bob Heuck can't find any uv the brudders to take out on dere barties, so Bob god married off and Payle expects to so quick as he can pay for die ring. If you haf a brain like a youthful Macaroni and can eat soup with a chop stick, denn you haf all die qualifications for a successful Delda Daw, and unless you hang on to der nearest lamb-post dot bunsh is shure bound to grab you off and make der remains of you sick with studying trying to Win anoder scholarship plak for dere Deld mess-hall, Cder Delds are going to start eating now that the War is over and they need trays.D "All the engaged girls like die Delds pecause they like to substitute when die lucky poys are not at home, ant die liances don't care vor dey litlitlilDil11010342014litrifliiliiliii 110103014vznioiuioiuia 141034 in: :za if if Peebles Corner Xvflllllll Hills know dat dey haf a happy rebutashun Wading vor dem Venn dey return. Stewed Garrison and Rummy are the present subborders of diss trndishun, and Zoo Wilson and Mildred tell me dat dey like dese liddle boys Hne. "Die Delds haf a nize liddle house down in Clifton close by a zaloon, a vire engine house, and mit a dump ride across die street. Ven dey vant to rush a hi school man, dey first takes him to der zaloon, denn dey zhow him die nice horzies in the en- gine house, and last uv all dake him to der dump and pledge him. Der most nodorious uv diss bunch is a red head vot sings apoud a "Vorking Girl's Life," and Ven he don'd sing, he stards up schemes uv kidnapping der Vigilance Committee. Walter Haehnle is vone uv dese boys and he tolt me dot die seven men in diss fra- if 7014liilitrliriibiflitbillitbitnixritloin Build for all time when you build High-Grade F206 Brick THE MOORES-CONEY COMPANY . Contractors and Builders Supplies Telephone, Main 973 111 East Fourth Street xinitlihitlioinitxinioiui :it 71 it CINCINNATI viefiuininia-if-34.14 11,34 i4vioio1oiui1-1011 Ihi0i4.i0i0i0i1r14 vii in ternity are more better dan all die udder men in die school. Der reason vy all der Delds are zo healthy is because dey take Pape's Liddle pills ven dey go to bett at night." Phi Delta Theta IE main point of interest about dose Vi Delda Thedas, Qdey are callt Vi Doodles at Dartmouth ver I used to study Landslide garter- ingj, is dat dey ant die Es-A-Ee's luf each odder chust like brudders. Ven dese two outfits get together you haf a quiet liddle party chust like a meet- ing mit Dopey Dan VVilson and Char- lie Dabney. Dese boys hang out on Highland Avenoo across vrom die Conservency ov Moosic, bud I am told dot dis is only a submerine to their real reason for liiing dere, and dot dey are going to moof away after june the first. I had thought dat die Vy Delts had already moved bud dey say dat id vas chust some liddle choke dot a coubble of Delda Daws played on die Vy Delts, expecting dem to get mad. It vas diss vay- vone night dese Delds were down at Mecklenberg's learning hovv to powl and maybe to do somedings else yet as dey vere certainly feeling ine. Vell dey took die Vy Delts name- blate from die door off, and dey vere so happy dat dey forgod vere dey pud it for dree whole months. "Venever you pass py diss trader- nity house you will be immediately imbressed by the cleanliness of die yincloes. Die reason diss is so is nod because dey haf an energetic house- keeper by any means, but die brud- I l l 1 1 l I l l l 1 I I 1 i l I27Ol ders tend to diss dooty automati silly ven dey hammer on die vindoxvs to attract der attenshun of dere Conser- vancy girls who go py. Miss Bauer said die reason dat she likes to keep her Moosic grounds so peautiful is because she vantsgdie Vy Delts and her girls to enchoy dernselves in die front yard. "One of die brudders vot vos in die S. A. T. C. decided out of die good- ness of his heart to quit school and go pack to his home in Hutchinson, Kansas, to save die sity of Cincinnati die oxpense of sending a poleezeman up to die Vy Delt house efery night to ind out vere die shooting range vos. Dis bunch is noded for nud- dings in barticular except Conserva- shun of Energy. For dis reason dere powling team dis year vas a dream, I mean a nightmare. Die brudders used to go strate down to der alleys Saturday morning afder taking der girls home from die dance Friday night yet so dat dey vould be on time for die avternoon games. As stu- dents, you can see die only point of similarity betveen die Vy Delts and die Zigma Ghisg this is vone boint dot both chapters agree on and Bob Flayer and Deke Fawcett say dot if dere vere any more boints of likeness dot life vould not be Vorth lifing for still. "For a coubble uv years die Vy Delts nefer took die same bunch of girls to a party dvice in succeshun whether id vas because die girls vouldn't go pack die second dime or veder die vellovvs couldn't remember who dey hat taken I cannot say, bud dis year die poys are different ant ven die Vy Delts announced their house Q . 20114rininillilliniolninilbit. it lid :init lic 3 so iixiriai in 3 3 i i i 3 - i 14.1 Why Not Prepare- for 'one of the many' positions at our disposal? Most uf rl , ic su ' ' -.tfil business men-the big ones-were trained for business ar Nelson which for over 60 years has been recovniz d a rl B 1 f ' 1 1 - A ' of its kind In the Middle ,West 6 9 s ie circling training school Nelson Business College Odd Fellows' Temple, Seventh and Elm :Q11014:ilxio-itlil1-ihillitlitliuiriuil bardy at Wrylands, Ky., die Zinzin- nati Delda Zetas had to postpone dere national dance a veek as dere vouldn't pe any Delda Zedas to go to it. "Charlie Shryock, Lootenant Smith, and Wally Mendenhall are Vyi Delds, so job be patient me poy, you have a chanch bud you came ad die Wrong dime of die year." Pi Kappa Alpha OSB Bi Kabs are a nice bunch of boys now I vant to dell you. Wenn you can play basket-ball goot denn you have die best chance to get a invitation from dis chabter to Wear dere little white button dot looks so much like a cross betveen a spring beauty and a Beda bledge pin. Die Dilllllilliililiihllllliilllfilibi ini!! ivtboinil iuiuii Bi Kaps were nod so very strong in die basket-ball league ontil vone day Herbie Chones and George Eilers got tired uv playing demselves so dey vent out ant bledged a whole Fresh- man deam, and dey vould have von die champeenship if dere hadn't been sech odder teams dot vere better. as der vere. "Die Bi Kabs run a boarding club for die brudders ant all dere friends ofer on Clifton Avenoo. All die athletics in die medical college use diss blace for dere headquarters. Ven you come in on der first floor you dink dot you are going into die first gates uv Heafen, bud as you bass ub die stairs to die rooms dot die brud- ders live ant sleep in, Gott! den you dink dat you are back below again ant vonder how dey could accuose Kaiser VVilhelm uv camouflage. Id ini!Jinit111:iflil1102lliuiuinininiuie The Banner Grocers Baking Co. Oak and Stanton Avenues Walllut Hills . Telephone number Woodburn 75 ifiiililll I iii 1 1 ioluil 1 il 1 1 ixilini in an cnniuqpniucauini xi I 1 iuiniuiuinioiv 131 nic nearly broke Cliff Straehley's heart to see how padly die second looten- ants used die house Ven die S. A. T. C. Vas here. Dose unartisdic and inabbreziative shave-tails used die brack-brack to stick dere chewing gum too, and die busts of dose im- portant guys in dere front hall, I dink dey are Eddie Wagner, die musiker, ant Holly Zwick, die dancer, vell dese offizers used dose two busts to hold die carpets to der iioor Ven dey vanted to shoot craps vitout slipping. Die Bi Kabbs haf a general clean-up, paint-up day vonce efery year. Denn dey ,enterdain die faculty and die goot looking girls. Diss preparashun cleans all die brudders uv dere spend- ing money, and denn dey haf to paint up a fishy story so dat dey can get some more from dere fond and indulgent parents, "Franzis Wright is a Bi Kab even though he did defead Dorothy Cohen in the Senior Claz elecshun last year, Babe Chones is a nice liddle feller ven die brudders give him his own Way aboud everyding Vich dey chenerally do if dey Value dere beace ant con- dendment. I vunce met at girl vot said she vent out to die Bi Kabba Alfa house for dinner ant dat die brudders acted nearly as much at home as she felt Vich vas imbossible pecause dey used fuzzy turkish towels for napkins, and tin cups for finger bowls. I told her dot dose veren't tin cups, dey Vere bowling cups dot Wagner has von for die Bi Kabs dur- ing die lazt ten years he has peen bowling wid dem. "Ed Strictelmeyer is a Bi Kab do. Besides having .dis obstacle in life to live down he is also Prezident of der Chunior Clazz, tailor, salezman, in- ventor, ' and bar-keeper at Jake Riehlis for die "UleX" poys." Women's Fraternities OW to be a goot vraternity man you must know all about de girls vraternities. "I know nodings about dem myself except vat Dr. Morrison tells me, dat means, of course, dat I know all about dem-everdings. I-Ie sez dat dey are aagreat bunch Ven dey arn't fighting wit each uderf' Delta Delta Delta IS bunch vas founded in Bos- ton, Mazechusets, but de lang- uage uv de Zinzinnati Chapter has l2721 gone throo some very radicle changes zinse dat time, Vich you can easily zee by lizening to dere converzation dat takes place between dem Ven dey got dere minds on dose Delta Zetas. "Dey choosed de Pansy as dere flower because dey saw how cheab it was to get, vrom vatching de Kappa Alva T hedas pick dem, for dere ban- quets. ' A "Dese girls don't haf much trouble in vinding' boys vor dere pardies vor dey haf so many brudders in Beda Theda Bi. Id makes it nice vor dese boys too, as zome of dem enjoy de if 4 Nc. ki. , fniiiicifiiziiriinixii 4 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1' 3111 9:03031 1 31111 1131111 ini 1 i ioixini Your ueoess Lies Ahead- Knowledge and Ability are the things that count today, und the heights you would attain are governed almost entirely by them alone. The wonderful reconstruction period which is now in process should open up greater possibilities than ever before. If you want to prepare for Civil Service positions or expect to enter thi- Business World, take a course in a recognized Commercial School. ln this community CAMPBELL graduates take precedence over all others. Courses include Civil Service training, Bookkeeping, Shorthand or Steno- typy, Touch Typewriting and Office Training. , DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES CampbellCommercial chool 31 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati Main 1606 h Telep Ones Main 1607 14 1 wif 1 11141101 1 1 11111 11 it 1 110101 11111 Q01 3 1 1010101 1 0 1 1 3 3 3 n9:1::o1u1u1n1c1o1u111 I Qylidll 11 is 101,101 111 if 3 1' ' T.1-EBURKHARDTNBQQ3 C0 ANDREAS E. BURKHARDT, President "Correct .Hpparel for Men" Fourth Street, opposite Hotel Sint0I1 CINCINNATI ii ini ii 1 i iflihillil zame pleazure dat de uder vraternity boys do in dis Vay vunce a year. "Dey haf a girl named Saliva Lu- Ebert Cshe is no relation to de Presi- dent vrom Germanyj in de crowd dat takes a Vellow named "Zy" to all der pardies so dat he Von't get mad. I-Ie is only a Vy Delt, but he iz zo zenzi- tive about dis girl. "Deze girls are goot poker players. Dis iz because dey play dat game efry chanct dey get Ven vun ov der number named Margaret Green is away at der Y. VV. C. A. meetings. "Dey have a vildvoman in dere crowd dat gives midzummer nights dream pardies at der house. Dis is Zoo Vilson. And let me tell you de udder night Ven dey vas all at Vun of deze affairs zome of dem Vent outzide, all drezzed for anuder place dan out- zide, and locked de door on demselves so dat dey could show de Zig Alfs and de Delta Daws, who ver Vaiting in a machine for dis part of de play, how to climb in at de Vindow grazefully. De boys said dat dis vas de best show zince Adam took de apple Vrom Eve. "Yas, you must be zure to meet all de girls vrom dis dribe. "Ven you vant to learn anyding else about these Dridelts all you haf to do is to ask dot fellow dey call Jimmy Nippert and if he don't know he'll find it all out from Dottie Britney." Kappa Delta IS group ov girls is so proud uv demselves dat dey vouldn't take yun single Freshman dis year. Izn't flat a shame. Dere colors are l274l sweet pickles and snow, and dey Vere not satisfied yet so dey picked out a vhite rose vor dere Vlower Vhich makes dem very pure. "Dese girls must haf forgodden dat dere are jewels more prezious dan pearls vor sale, or dey Vouldn't boast about it zo muchg Vhy, I know a Vi Delt named Vidau dat has a pin mit a bunch ov pearls around idt-dat iz, a pearl Vere ever dere is not a dia- mond-and dis boy only had to hock two army ofercoats together mit his sharp-shooting medal in order to buy dis pin-so vat is a pearl! "Dere is Vun goot ding about deze girls-dey haf two girls in de bunch Vhose names are Marjorie-dat is a vonderful name. I know a Vellow who agrees mit me, but I candt tell you his name Vor he has a Theda sister dat might not like it, zince dat name alzo belongs to a girl in de Delta Zeta Chapter. "Deze girls had a big pardy last fall-yes, everybody is permitted to give a big dance vunce a year-and I heard zome Vun zay dat dere Vere boys dere. Dats all Dr. Morrizon knows about dese girls, I dink." Kappa Alpha Theta IS is de greatest uV all de Ve- male Vraternities in de Vorld. Dats Vhat Adele Fischer and Alfalfa Myers and Edith Murdock says. "Dese tree girls own dis bunch, and some day egspect to allow de udder Vraternities to haf only Vun girl appiece adt rushing time. Dis year vas a very suggesful year Vor dem, az dey got every Vun dey Vanted 10103 xinioiuihillit 11034 -3010 itliuiuihiuillihiullIininioi Illihihlll it 110191074 11011101 1 1101010101014rilliuihinitxin lil 3010101011xihihiuihihihil juiuiuioic sic 114 131,11 111 via nil nic 1:4 0:0 Dan C. Moore CATERER Parties and Wedding Receptions a Specialty Rear of 409 Broadway and 3209 Gilbert Avenue TELEPHONES: Business, Main 2684-Residence, Woodburn 1629-L jllilriui 114riuioiuioiullllnitrin Building Houses a Specialty Our long experience enables us to build a new house cheaper than you can buy an old one. See us before buying a home. Our aim is to please you. . D. 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Co. 50-L TRACTION BUILDING o'4114p101u14.v14n1u:fr:u:1r1niav1a 14 1-1 10:1-ininiuia 14.i4-ioin14-11.i- if it 10301014 1010101014 if 14 egscept doze dat de Delta Zeta girls and de Chi Omega girls and de Tri Delta girls got. "Dis bunch vas born at De Pauw de year bevor de panic ov seventy- vun. Dats vat cauzed de panic I dink. "Dey haf quite a vew vrom dere crowd in de faculty so dat dey vill be shure to get throo mitout studying much. Dey haf a Packard dat al- vays comes to school mit vun ov dem. Vun vrom de Beta Theda Bi boys takes care ov dis machine. , "Dey had vunce a girl in de chap- ter dat doozn't come any more zince she vound dat zome fine yung doctor liked her vell enough mit out a higher schooling. Ven Zinzinnati heard de news ov dis entanglement, two vrom de boys broke dere hearts mit a ham- mer, and vun ov dem, who maybe vas a Vi Delt, decided to stop his schooling, too. Dat's a shame, but maybe dis girl knows best vhat she vas doing. "Deze girls is all very proud ov dere kite vhich means "elevation" Dat's a goot ding all right, but some ov dem forget to come down vunce in a vhile after dey goes up to der sky. Zince dis high flying bunch is only Zophornores, dey haf blenty ov time to return home to der earth bevore dey Hnish in dis school. Dat's a big conzolation I dinkf' Chi Omega ' IS bunch contains Dr. Morri- ' son's favorite girls, de Brun- hoff zisters. Dey are vunderful foot- ball blaycrs. Idts a shame dat Coach Chambers candt use dem vor I 276 de varsity, but de boys must haf a chanct you know. Dese girls is very evvicient. Dey believe in energy conservation. Dats vhy dey called up de Vi Delt house bevore de time vor dere dance and invited de whole chapter. Zeventeen ov dese boys accepted de invitation, and it vas hard to tell vhether it vas a Chi Ome- ga pardy or a Vi Delt vun. "Dey haf a girl in dis bunch dat is such vunderful dancer dat she is in- vited to all der dances but she must haf trouble in her "remembrance facilities," vor she is alvays making engagements mit two or tree vellows vor der zame night. Dis girl is Dorothy Poysell, but don't tell no- body dat I told you dis. A l "Deze girls is tired ov Greek. I Dey don't like Greek mottos, so dey start svearing and go by der motto, "Hell an'-ic-Kultur mit Christopher Ideas." Dat means dey believe in doing any- thing vunce just like Christopher Columbus did. "De colors ov dis bunch is cardinal and straw. Vhy didn't dey just zay ret and yellow and be done mit it? China does dis. Dey drink carna- tion cream in dere coffee to cele- brate dere flower. "Last ov all deze girls is terrible. Dey haf a man in de bunch. He is a Kappa Sigma, and vas vun ov de first members. I vish I vas so lucky." Kappa Kappa Gamma ' ERE is a bunch mit more dan thirty-eight vild chapters. Dey is vild every vhere exzept in Zinzinnati. I Here dey cand't get vild because de Zig Alfs keep such a close 5 S r- Y rt :ll - Y ,er ial Lay it? na- ele- ble. fe is I de ky H 3 . dan tefS- 3 c wld 4 close ..f fl '21 9 Q is lt l la 1 . li .l il lil Ti li! 3 E -f.'l.Ll..-4..,.f I as a I 4 1 110111 1114112 ni: if in 1 mini nic 1 1 141411, Q1 E101 iniui- xi 1 yi 1 it 1 2 C01-I PLI ,UENTS UI" Cincinnatiis Largest and Best Hotel 0301011 it 2 113 it 1 I 1:11111 I 11311 i 111 1 Ozniliiiilihi 1 ini illicit? 1 11112 7 101 1 1 D1 1 1 31:1 Cincinnati illing Machines V are regarded as the standard for design and workmanship every place in the . World Where Milling Machines are used. WE MAKE ALL COMMERCIAL SIZES From 18" table travel to 50" From 1 H. P. normal capacity to 20 H. P. From 1,400 lbs. net weight to 11,000 lbs. The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. Cincinnati, Ohio 1 1 1411011311 1:1 ini: -in ini' 1 .1 '14 1 ininiuiuloi eye on dem Havana Cubeb Mit chel lS de vun dat arran es all de pardies vor de Zig Alfs Ven she vinishes school de uder vratern1t1es VIII haf a chanct I dink D1s bunch X as vounded de zame year az de Kappa Alva Thetas Dats a shame xor now deze two bunches candt zav noddings about xh1ch vas vounded xirst and dat s dere main talking point to freshmen Deze girls all xear a key Dis means dat dere hearts is locked up How conceited dey are' Maybe zome uv dem better unlock dere doors vor a while zo dat fresh air can get 1n Idts too bat deze girls haf only vun friend vrom de B1 Kaps vho is George E1lers or elze dey vould haf vun vrom dere oudfit az VIZS Prezi dent ov de Senior Class vor shure D1s 1nvluent1al gentleman 1S just de only bunch at Miami vorth any thing Ov cour se Foodsn, Vidau and B1ll Breil haf to Hunl a couple uv stud1es every week to prove d1S but deg are v1ll1ng In Z1nz1nnat1 deze girls has a bad reputation Dey 1S de only bunch dat 1S popular m1t all de male vrater 111t1es Dey haf all k1nds 1n derc chapter zo 1f you vant a moonlight valk you pick out Zoo Corvin and 1f you vant to learn all about der mar r1a e question Sara Keating IS dat girl vho can tell you Cbut you must be shure dat Pet Gregory is zick or zomeding bevore you ask d1s glfl D Dere 1S vun ding about dis bunch dat must be very encouraging vor de boy Dey haf a bu11ch uv dem dat 1S studying to be teachers ov kids Dey tell me dat each vun of dem can take care ov fifty children 1n der k1n dergarden D1s 1S sad news becauze 4 l I If. - D I . - . 0, I n 3 1 as as' .T Q Q 7 . I T I H . H . . . . 7 . . . , I K . . , - Y . . . . . A J . 7 . Y. , . 1 5 - 1 if . 7' fi I - . . or . . . . D , . X g ' If 1, ' ' . . . T l . u i U KK ' Q 1 . Y . . like V1ll1an Jennings Bryan he has hopes-and maybe in tree or vore years he vill at last get either Helen or Mildred a job. He is such a hard vorker I vish him success. "It is easy to vlirt mit dis bunch. All you haf to do iz to show dem -a key dat uzed to oben your grand- vatter's barn door, and dey vill zmile zweetly and de rest is like any udder vlirtation. Try dis vunce, but if you are bashful maybe it vas better to use a Theda or a Chi Omega virst to bractise on. "Now I must tell you about de Delta Zetasf' Delta Zeta ' IS bunch vas hatched vrom Miami. De virst born is still alive and vlourishing, and vrom de reports I hear vrom de Vy Delts id iz H781 maybe dey v1ll get uzed to dis many in avter life. ' "Now dis bunch iz very vize, but vun ov dem iz der vizest ov dem all. She vound a nice young Zecond Lieu- tenant dat iz given Cby courtesy ov Prezident Vilsonj ia salary ov vun hundred sigsty dollars and eighty nine zents every month vhich she can haf a goot dime mit until de money is all gone. Dat's right, I zay, but she better be careful vor dis ocifer might vant somdings to show for his vild expenditurs zome day. "I like dis bunch. Dey is so nice to me and all de other provessors, including Solomon emeritus ov dining room vame, but dey is so tagen up mit dere sbecial vellows vho are callt "steadies" dat I haf no chanct. Even de boys is hafing a hard dime mit zo much combititionf' bininiuii20101014licxiuluinlquininioiqxicvicxixuicuicniqniqfi n 11010101 10101011liniuiuioini niuioitliuioiuicninitricrin lic 3 nic i 1 i i 20341101 i4n:1.ianiu1o14,71.7 4.11.3 ,Y ICE CRIQXM and ICISS MULLANETS CANDIES som W,-X'l'lill D. Pedestal 677 Co. 3509 Reading Road CINCIINNXTI 11 1010101010101 1303 ni rin: 11:14 14:14 303034 34 1 101.31 The Voss Miller Co. 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Main 91 43114114 1 ricn14r1o1o1n1o141iu11 1411 301101411 114 14111111 1 1in1n:41141iu1 Pazfronize our A dveriisers ,gg-1111 1114114111111 13411 wiv , 14 0.411 .llll Si - ' . ll V VW swf -J L--H-J 6 L-M-A . Sporting Notes of 1920 OR the third time in succession, the Varsity Knitting Team defeated the Fliami girls last night, seven stitches and five to go. The work of Red Pray-there and Esmeraldine Hangus was the best for You See, while it was hard to pick the worst ones on the Fliami team. There were anxious moments in the Varsity stands when it appeared that Babe Boil had dropped a stitch, but Referee Cunningsteak called it a purl and the danger was past. Coach Rooms is greatly pleased with the showing of the team. When he sees that world's 'record of four feet ten inches in the high jump, Elmer Feusse wonders why he wasn't born with skirts. Also jim Cunningham rises to inquire as to the girl's record in the pole Vault. A correspondent asks why Stack never uses a head guard in a football game. We don't know, but we suspect that it is for the same reason that we don't keep grate fires going in August. ' Paul Kemp is responsible for this one. Could you refer to our quarter-back as a "small fry." At last reports, Coach Nikoloff was said to be hunting for a track man who could score 18 points in one meet without being declared ineligible. At the same time, Lockwood is endeavoring to obtain a score of 18 points out of 25 at 600 yards, after which he will go gunning for a few Conference officials. How- ard justice and Henry Katz will be his powder monkeys. Who threw that brick? K l286l xx, Na. N onli! llbihlhiilll it i it i xl! if 2 .iiixiiiipi ,, ! 'ifiivivi-iriaiq. ! Y. - ! C om pl mzenls of i W , -4 2 e - 5 3v53EQ,Hg3e JOHN L. SHUFF, Mgr. C 2 Th U ' C 1 IL" ! 9 H1011 911113 116 S Q21 I C ! HSUPHHCG Ompall Y -! A CIHCIHHHU Iflsllwwvn Wvfthy i Of Y0111' PHUOHHSC ,ze ga-Q,e,.'eVr" ,: 11, 52 is i E See one of our A genls U :A:Q i H e i .EQ,QOQOQlYQUDOQUQODCYQUQUQUQUQUQ IQ QUQUQUQUQUQ inf QU, QUQDQC OgOl10l0lClllbilillliillibiiil!ill 3:10101 1 nz yiniuiuiozuiui 101011114 ' i i i i i i i 5 The Chatfield 81 Woods Co. The Reliable Paper House g Cincinnati Q ! ! U ni " 1 1 if iuioiuiuz piuiogoioi pg: 010201014 in inioioiuidxicxixrioio U I oi "Cis" Stark says she Wishes all of the Physical Education Faculty would get married and bring their Wives to the Faculty-Girl's Basket-Ball game, Then she might stand a show. How about it, Coach? Another lie spiked. The report that Mrs. Nikoloff demands that the Physi- cal Education department hire a man secretary is declared unfounded. N. B.- The editor has gone to Palm Beach until the Weather grows cooler and the at mosphere clears off Al Goldman IS in favor of making only one half of a basket ball game count and letting him choose the half The departure of the auto mechanics had one bad feature It broke up the mor ement to hax e next year s state cross country race run over Varsity s beautiful 440 yard track That track might also have made a ine golf course unequalled in the country for natural ha7ards Somebody sa1d Charley Schrader Was golng back this year They re Wrong That Was only Old Man Gardewing from the Gym gorng past h1m Brad Roberts blames his early season Weak hitting on the fact that our oppo nents cornered the plug market It didn t seem to bother johnny Weissler though After a man has tackled Frey our All State quarter a fevv times he begins to wonder who in the hot place started this name of Babe anyway Speaking of nicknames take Tank Fratz What right has he to that name? He s not a member of Sigma Sigma EQ Thmgs Hard to Imagme Babe Jones playing fullback Gene Mrttendorf putting the shot F oss Hopkins breaking the record in the 220 Red Stack say1ng Excuse me after knocking over an opponent Rabbit Ge1s playing center on the basket ball team Sam Seltz stealing home With the Winning run Group of Company K enthusiasts at a football game to a bunch of Company I cheapskates leaning against the Wall of their barracks and Watching the game from the outside for nothing Come on dovvn here you Wall nuts Same group as the referee gave a rotten decision Give him c1nder deta1l A M1am1 back after being set down by our Worthy right tackle Oh see the little Robbins flittering about Wanted Position by a ood hand grenade throvver Apply to Gus Beall l2881 yiuioi P1110 3 yi ioioiuioioiniilif 0103 D1 i li ri 93010101 1 ' :ini 101031 -if 1 3 Q11 i 1' 1114 34:4 3011 1 ii.. 3 1, o U ll Ili Q University Graduates i Business Training in the Beginning llleans Success in the End Q - -nk .W, 1 . 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'Ei Toasted Herels to our cute Dr. Cummings, B We all Want to give you a tip, He's a fine, gay gallant with the ladies Since Bertha K. taught him to skip. 29-43:5 Want Ad Vlfanted-A secretary With a knowledge of shorthand, to take down the speeches made by Eddie Powers and Bill Meyers at Student Council. i l290l 'Z' 3 'Z' 10301911 1 3614230101014 Ask Professor Breese He Will tell you that your mlfld IS Cheerful B. F Keitlffs Theater makes you cheerful And When you get your 'csheepskinf' 'keep up the habit of Keith-going. It will ease and lubricate your experiences in the "College of Hard Knocks." g Hundreds of the leading Cincinnati pro- fessional and business men are Weekly patrons at Keith's. ,jqjnioioif 1014 tidiuifliltiniuiolcxihiiridlihiuilxilyil 510101014 inini rin-iqini pinjoifrif V+ Ji nl I ,M ' A 1 1 1 f f , , Apu, ,sa--, .. -... ,- 5' wg... , f,,f-f-, ft,-, . . 1 3 .--,-3, -2: FTWI. if' , MIN... R ., L v. ,. .. .,f.,.-i,4-f,- '. x fr' .,, . f ...,,. -,QW Nw ,QW A.,A.,,.:., +,,",,,'..-f.',gmZ1-. gfwe.Q-fa',,,,1J,f.L.aA+---:ff:-.- --N-fr 1 War ww' 1101 3 i liuit I i it 1 D201 See M. Rosenthal ef Co. PRINTERS of Universiiy News For Your Printing Requirements 'LO?14b3 40-112 EAST THIRD STREET Telephone, Main 1387 01 101 1 1 101101011 i 2011 01 10101011 QQ: 1101030111 wi MA N-NO C o N 464' x ' Mi r We H In .TP sHoE K ii e e e fe e e 'D it ,, ...e...................Q-eeQ------e . T - ..T.. ,ee- 1 ,f"'f::hTh'Th' The Florsheim Shoe Company S. E. Cor. Fifth and Vine Streets 0 1 3490 1 illioioitbiuiuioiuilliuio U , rim 0:0 37326 Rnee at Seventh Leaders in Fashions for Woxrexs ,xxo Miss:-zs' T.-XILORED SUITS, Co,-vrs, CAPES, Domi.-xxs, Gowxs, DRESSES, NIILI.INl3IllY, BLOUSES ,xxo l'lLTRS French and American adoptions in Exclusive Styles for every season and Accessories for every requirement of Dress. The Denton Co. Race at Seventh D11 il 1111030101 init i il is 1101011 I 31111 1011 ini 1 Compliments of Royal Typewriter Company L. S. Cramer. .llgrx gil in Gwynne Building Sixth and Hain 14 14 14 1010101111 1:14 1014 r U ' Chianti Bubbles There are some who love the Bismark with its steins of foaming hops But my heart is at Caproni's, where the waitresses are wopsg Vlfhere the rich rareravioli and the garlic greet my nose- Yes, my heart is at Caproni's, where the red Chianti Hows. There is dignity on College Street, there's laughter in the air As a merry little party mounts Caproni's tottering stair, And the night reporter mutters, "They are college belles and beaux, Down to tank up at Caproni's where the red Chianti Howsf, They are seated round the table-there are wit and wine galore- Soon the ladies shriek with laughter and the lads let out a roar, As our poet writes free verse about the red Chianti dew, For he swears he feels creative, since each poem looks like two. Q But alas for wine and wisdom, we must take our leave at twelve, The stairs no longer totter, each is shaky now himself. And the night cop stares and murmurs, "There's a little Irish rose"- Iust a-going from Caproni's, where the red Chianti Hows. There are some who love the places where they hand out hops and schnapps, And some who haunt the hangout where they have to call the "cops, But Caproni,s-well- its decent, yet I'm glad nobody knows When we revel at Caproni's, where the red Chianti Hows! fx f ,sl wx u X fl-W' . . X Pl kylvx i I . M i 5 f ,1W, , T 1 'll . 4 ' ii A wi ll :fi ,K ' ' lv' fi. X-.-. 'I -'f lvdq 12941 , . il gaming hilps, No ii n ,. 5 I is im Wai: 5 ve. Emma, i by 'Mime Maw, Er, ibm. 2 at twelve, ale Irish rose"- rm. lunthops and schnapps, io call the "COPS, dy knows Ms! Oxoiilrioilvioioiiriuidyinillil 1 ozncooxoqprcn 11111 1171 317 1 1 The important thing in buying anything is to be sure its just what you re going to wantg satisfaction. In clothes it':-r quality, style, Ht, tailoring: real value. We guar- antee these 100 per cent, or money cheer- fully refunded. Young men like the lit of these welt- waist suits and over- coats made for us by Hart Schaffner SL Marx. There's a jauntiness, a lively air in these models, an "up- and-coming" manner about them that young men culti- vate. The fabrics carry out the same idea in color and patternsg and the clothes are tailored to keep so. Irides- cent Weaves, flannels, tweedsg blues, grays, tans, greens, silver graysg all the desirable colorsg and great values, 2830, 335, 3540, 3545, 3550, 3560. Also x . J., Ss ff ' 'i L-nf - - 4 ,v"' ,- . fl 4' XY .n , 47 .1 I ' , - 17521 ' 1 3. .77 A x K . I ,g ' , 4 was l' N 5 is jim MQW: ,. .W Al 1 'V 5 il 1 1 gr , x 5 1 ,',' , , 1 1 .es ' U, if if V ,., i ,il 'f l eoro gsd i Wonderful special lliiil iiii' 5 iii: I W V I i, values at ......... i . I 2 5 r Dunlap , i H 3 . . a ? V' Clothes Shop ' , rl 4, ' , 421-423 vine street . -i ' 3 Corner Arcade 5 -A i B Z iss fa The Home of A E. Hart Sclzajner Ei illarx Clothes v b'.- Aw,- ' -A-'QQ . , 1,"""""""' Co rig t 919 H schafrner i Mm lpfmimpl mglpfpllgm rdp' Qi T43- l-'i.-- 2 , si - I , 5 X 1 Ep Pl ,.4 ni ,-,K 1,11 ,jf V1 "i E A " a Q Nm.. as ffm .Q f ,,,, Q x 2 ' "Q arm s Q fl 'I' ' I ' ' ' f h he Best rad1t1ons o t e W 1,f1 Early Craftsman Til giizif' HE early .printers delighted in the aesthetic 5 ' qualities of their Work. To them printing Q ' . . is was not only a means of livelihood hut an expression of the higher life. Hand-made ink and 3 A hand-made Ja er have one the Wa of the hand- 5 Q 1 oaerated Jress, but the ualit Ideal of the old Hg craftsman is still revealed in r 'Q 1 W h1ta ker s apers BOOkS,WTlt1HgS, VVrappings,T1ssues, Toilets, Towels N , . . - . . . Zjtfi 3, and Specialties, more than 3,000 items in all, carried ffl at our Warehouse. 2-f, ., ' "i"' W h1taker Paper Company nnati, Ohio 1 9 Avy ,MQ f Q yy, ,,,,, T sa 'r'i . ,,, ..., , . i.ii T is if+ f ' " WfF"fJ''I'-?Z'7w,f:'.1K.:','?2".,WA: f," ff. 'f77f75f4f2,'f5fgi? ,,W'w'Qi,,W,g UTM' fr ,ji ,., 'X' f ,ff ,f, f,1,.- , ,,-4,5 ' fhfff 1 A f'f' I I ' 1 ,V 1 J-A ff we 'gf ' 1 -4 ,Ln 5. V '55 ill' l 1111 1111 1 1113111 in gui 1: 1 1111 30211113 11-11.31 11.1 . U7 ,Y , - , ,l in ,ri 9. 'ill The ohool of Life ls just 1'0lllllN5IlI'llll-f to the mamy "g:ru1ls"41f :his xq-girl .-Inc. and thx-re is mm'h to 11-urn :md re-me-mln-r. Sl'lll,l.l'l'U'S have the large-st variety of urlivli-s for pi-rtuiml zadornment and for home 1-mliellisliim-nl. PRICES for these g.511111ls am: such lhul :islunl imma-5 lu th.- purses of the purchasers. lllihllfhllilfll Shillilcfs have ln-vii sulisl':u'lorily si-rxim: lhi-ir customers for eighty-nine siic-cessivee 51-urs. Commence Early in, Life lo Deal zvillz Sl11'll1'la1.w The John hillito Company The Oldest Dry Goods House W1-sl of the Alla-glnziiiin-s Established in 1830 Ram-e. Seventh and Shillilo Plum- 920111113 111111 ini 113111 13 :ini 131 11111111131 i 11113 -i 11111-1:1 71114131 010111111 11111 i i 31111Ii11i11i11i11711i11i11111111101112111411 13111111111 11111 THE SAYERS SIX 1695 A Car You will be Proud to Own Distinctive in appearance, dependable in performance and economical -in opt-rzuiou, the Sayers Six is a car you will be proud to own. The beautiful hmsh is laid on hy hand. The leather upholstery and other appointments, too, are of the lit-st. Under the bright, shiny hood there is real power to take the hillson high and rw-ll away distance along country roadways. To really appreciate this ciistoiii-iiizulc car ot low price you must see it. Arrange for a demonstration, today. Made in Cincinnati by X-f The Sayers It jg ig! 8: ScoV1ll I ' 9 'wa ,I uf ffm Company . ' lf NU l AA :ET Gest and Summer Sts. -f?? U - - l C. . t., Oh. , ' . '. IIICIHITZI 1 IO X Q. r ' ! 3311114111111 1131411411014 01011111111 1 11111111 1n111111:1111111i111111:u 11 1 P ' 310101 1 lifblhil Q 7 I 10113 1 i iii 1 it iuifi iiiillilli CD-OPS THE daily newspaper is of essential importance in the education of every University student. Those who confine themselves to books alone are seldom competent later in life to take a prominent part in business or high profession. They are specialists, perhaps, and may become renowned, too, in their particular line, if their mastery of the branches they select is complete. But the men who KEEP WELL INFORMED on all subjects of general world-wide importance, who know what has happened, what is happening and what is likely to happen-they are the men who will fit in any big place some day, who will make themselves successful financially, popular socially and satished with themselves personally. This is within reach' of every University student through V THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER One of the W0rld's Greatest Newspapers A Digest of The Enquirer's columns every morning is as necessary to your mind as your breakfast is to your body. You can have it delivered to your home every morn- ing, and read it on your way to the University. The Enquirer is a fitting companion to the books with which you are building your education. SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK For. FIFTEEN CENTS 9101 101 3 1110: 3010311030101113011I:01gp1g,34,301010101, A9 M. 'a . I Q l 1 l Q inthe 9 R : Went I mhigh wmv 1 ,umm ke.Butf ED meg who f ullwhat liiinauy smmful .mths Uuimw Q R FW' gyilvillfis hgiswiwf :MTW gdb df ,fa I W 1 'ws-We nv ,M 4 I fflzifjg ,xxx I A . 41:""a 1' .0 . O::Q.' :J 2:':f:.'1'.,v ' Z Y' , , . o - . '2- Sff lff. lf " Y 1-L M J- x v. T ,rj f fi ,Q -- A 1- , ' fe la VE!! XL Xxgisjiviz V ,Iggy I my X p 9 . 'l .T A M y Z .N '51 feta C 5 ' a I CV- . afg i l I HA. , 15, C O . . First-Class Engravings make friends for the Annual. Naturally you want to make it a financial success as well asa fitting representative of youri college. Engravings Can Have Selling Force. We know because we make them. W'e emphasize the Selling Points. We plan the work in reference to the results desired and the medium through which it is to be displayed, the paper and the prcssxx orlt. We do all the parts of the work including Qthe so called little tliingsb just right all the time and probably at less cost than you have paid. Get in touch with us, before you start the job. Come in and visit us at our New Quarters. The Queen City Engraving Co. N. W. Corner Third and Race Streets CINCINNATI E WAR 5 STEEL L CKERS SAVE cxvsnslvc SPACE AS X TIRE PR G Y Hill? I Ill ,ha M qi ...ry T nuswrz r OUT sss e 11 Employees .fi ' -S52 9 which they prefer-a dusty room without A protection for wearing apparel or a clean fire- , 5' proof Steel Locker. Then space economyis also in ' ',., IV? favor of the Steel Locker. Let us show you why the l"i'i'i EDWARDS STEEL LocKER isalogical one for Factories Stores Offices Gyms Schools Colleges Clubs. Furnished complete. Beautifully Hnished in baked enamel. Standardized and readily adjusted. Economical in every sense. - Q If you are crowded for room or are plannfng 'neu quarters lot us show you me all-round economy in. Steel Shelving and Lockers. Send for Catalog and Esfimafes on Lockers and Shelving 'iilliii A A The Edwards MRHULHCLUFIHQ Go. Eggleston Avenue, Fourth to Fifth Streets CINCINNATI METAL ROOFING, METAL CEILINGS, PORTARLE BUILDINGS- ihllil ROLLING STEEL DooRs, STEEL TRUCKS, ETC. For Bacoalaureates and Graduates An unexcelled line of BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOOKS for the GRADUATE, and a fine line of samples of inspection at ENGRAVED GRADUATION INVITATIONS await your The ethodist Book Gouoem Each year we have to 420 PLUM STREET ld you of these through your ANNUAL, and those responding have been pleased with their purchases. This year our line is exceptionally at- tractive, and we are e lUQO,fQf,0 xtending a special invitation to ALL to call and see us. Place your orders early OUR TELEPHONE NUDIBER IS MAIN 4392 KillIllIlllliiilDill!liKllIll0-0l0i0l0QOD0l ll l l l i it i lil it 1011 i it i li li illiui 1 0 ees "'1Qmm IT. gm, KM hNll!yQe Himciri EEN In Hamm 'll' mludmusmmg Clxllllllilll hmmm .gpg-nsow-wi ,,inasu0lU"""l imitates 3"-'-5 5 WAN-311 Ill MIQDXS BMW Concern amd' 'k,m1"' uv-4 I ,B 9 0.0l010l010i ,ini 11014101 ninioiui .3 nitric 1 gui .103 ,Z 1 ,1 , - , - Cincinnatfs Up-to-date Homes Are brighter because they use Electricitymg The Invisible Servant. The Electric way is the most modern and efficient method ol' lighting, cleaning and cooking in the high- class home of the present day. The modern housewife uses electricity to run the Washing machine, to make the vacu- um cleaner hum, to turn the electric fan and to operate the sewing machine. For her, cooking by electricity is cleaner and much easier. The electric coffee percolator, bread toaster and chafing dish are handled with ease and safety on her table. Do It Electrically The clean, easy, safe and ejfcienl way ,g 3 rib-1 pil 0103011Iihilyioioiuluilyiaxil 0 4 ' l 'i""""" 'lll if 1 yn 'I fiilil 2 I- ifji i jx mm I ur I i T1 i l timing Co: y i Kitty c E ! i g g , . ! f l -rgy 5 E a 2 rt l T "U" 5 E Union Gas 81 Electric Co. 151 lui i 1 li it 1 ni it i lniniui 1 2 1 7 1 1071101 ilillbl is-ll yiuloi 131 itinl iii it 1 it i it ini i xlllioiuiili The Ebbert Richardson Co. Satisfactory Printers Ink, paper and type do not make artistic printing any more than oil, canvas and bristle brushes make a beautiful painting. NE VADA BUILDING ...uns-.N 3 f l""'ll'Hr rl: In-lr-5, i .um WWW-ll lfimii ii IN1TiVWTf rrririffiii fl lllallillig illji vlili r il iiil di ii iriiiili iii rffifirfifffflli WI If 'RFB WH 1HllHllEl 'HHH in H F is-inn HMHIVTJHIQ FHFFILFH If Hiinrflniimrimi 'WV mie:lg5llQa1l,.:1wLnL.i-.f " F i ma p ee, 'N-50 'N K., za? A ,I I ii., :ggi ml : -75 ...vii ' A . ' 'jf' - zu '2l7'2E1.,, 9' -I- ' it .""ffg'g4gzg-g--'H---,.m,..., , '- .. -ini., - - .. - ,uf 'lttlfllrirjliwrfiil,jfivztezi-cftif J?- '- . "J ff- N- N "' ---A--.!'!r!1- " 2- -:fL"- 1 .ll ff,v',-- - 'i ' n ' 7 I .. i'lu"ilml7lll'1'f1li!'iilfl. ' , Ln- ,,,.'4-.a ..L.,.,.', V -RN lu. , '. A , -.1 --fff - , ru in.- .. Au' I-li 1 1 . , idx 1 4 ' ., . . T'-1'-1-si 'Q :-1:-J-:asa-z -an? : -if 1 fa- fm .fn ..., ' 5 ' L""'f A le.5',. 1 1.4 q.' uw AI , ' -1 """ ' "' eases- . ' fs . .5 U .A,,-,,..,-,, ,...,- ....,. - 1 WI, 1 f,"is'- . "1 7,1 11,2 1 2- ' 1-' ivwn. .,iH'n!:- E E . ,hh--Jig., li I '-4 .. 1 L-I . I - . .2 I T I lg I.,x 'xp -5- .4 -lj "' . '72,-ff u A U ' -... . - 5,043+ X , fe --A-'iv 1141? , -.ls- -'ff-'UP' Bk 5'4 'gi' ." Q i A '-- - .., 1 .,.......:J-5,5 -.:. 1 ,Lv . '29 U, ---f - - 'r-. . 1 N 2 3511-" '1 7.'...l.5.:vL,Z!w - i nl! ri' I 'il 'l CINCINNATI The ' Mabley 8z Carew Company Cincinnati's Greatest Store. Founded 1877. OUR Store for service, and merchandise of sterling quality at prices as low as are consistent with dependable merchandise. THE MABLEY 8: CAREW CO. 101 ri ni 114 1110314 it 11201 If you had occasion to purchase a piano each year, we would not have to urge you to buy instruments of Baldwln manufacture However, a plano should be the pur chase of a llfetlme and you cannot afford to experlment W tSt I X, ff' YI ELhei5ali1min1Hianu Chmpang SIJICSIOOIIIS 142 est FOUI' 11 feet -.rQ7. ....X ,.- t ! QE --rf-v. 9 15 4. t 5 L 3 UNTEL 4:0141111411071-1134174 if 1 vilfnfnf 4 7 7f,.1.1..-7..'-.i..-'.- A Q Q P ' W T The Ereneh res.-Bauer Ee. ig 46' W W ' J 'N uf 'i' IHIL blew lu' i ICE CREAM . 1 A U Q If or All Oecasmns OEODIQ if lbll l ll if Tl if if Q11 if if 1121 if lhif if il i 1 ll i it il 1141 -il 0502011111141 11141 11111 1 111 xc: ni 1 ni ri 1 T1 14.3 .341 i ,ini ,i i 'Fr-lepllone, Canal H61 The edel Laundry Co ' . 3 , . X1 1 i : 11-L-120 East Lanal Street oiuifriniuinilxinil111111111in 111 if 2 :ini mini: :signin 1 :innings 1 ri -3 'il fill! QI QC -K QI if DK Q1 l IQ! ll if QIIQC lllQIll h 2 N -i M5' . - 4 ' 'la fsfr-- .,'nr'.'-E - hy' az.. ji ffl '1 1 5 ESTABLISHED 1545 53. A I '- T . ' gb? ,V 'Q' . H, Ep? i f THE LEADING YARN HousE OF THE MIDDLE WEST 5 fi si? r ,42,.i -,li-, 2 . +A? jjzl'-'-' A,giT.3 -:. ,L gfwf ,I-of 1013 M Al N STREET, CIN CIN N ATI 'kylhrfxl - .1 13 r' .-F. Y':1'IN,'4'if- SILK. COTTON. LISLE. AND wooLEN HOSIERY V -, N51 . .,.,,,,1,,. 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Q THE Printing Binding Publishing W Power Building. lfighllm und Sft'2llIlHl'4' ft CINCIXN,X'i'l Y PRESS i Teleplzone. fifllllli 1990 ' ,1 ,14 if ia 24:1 ini noicviuioioioicziflioiq 101010101031 1-hiuininzuic 1 ' 1 itbitrilxitlilriliitbily pinininluinil114pilxinihinilbioluillitlin U ANNOUNCEMENT Inconnection with our enormous wholesale department we have added a modern and complete RETAIL department for the distribution of the better kitchen equipment for domestic use, including a full line of Refrigerators White Enameled Ware Stoves and Ranges Agate Enameled Ware Fireless Cookers Aluminum Ware Kitchen Cabinets Hall Chinaware Table China Pyrex Glassware Table Glassware Wire Goods Table Silverware Brushes Visit our modern up- io-date showroom at 5th and Broadway THE JOHN VAN RANGE CO. Phones, Main 3294- 3293 114 iumncba 1 ni 1 yi init iuiuiuinizxininqspni 1 303030303014 1: 4 I1 3 -I-. El A lily ientwe ment gut for Ware Ware B Bmdwil 0 I 05110: 1111 3 11113 3 1 a Pi IS is our ai1n to 111111111 ch-1111, Ililllll'ill fi fvflj photographs ol' our patrons. using lhi- very best olniatcrialsohlaiiiahh-111111 render service in all that pertains to satisfy ing a patron. We strive to maintain a staiidard ol' i'lIll1l'lllQ'l'Ill mirk- ingf' too, that we may present 0llI'S0lYt'S lwl'o1'1e lin- public as having had experience, and that IlillllI'1llIl1'SS of conduct of our business, that will inspire c'o11li1l1'111-1- on the part of the public. We thank the students of the U. C. for their IJili.I'OllilQt' in connection with the photographic work for the Annual for 1919, admitting that there is no more dilii- cult work photographically than that in connectioii with the individual student, and we modestly cull attention to the very extraordinary "personnel" of those represented in the many groups that we made for the Annual, and congratulate Cincinnati upon the great possibilities, of her University because of the high stand- ard of young men and women in attendance i11 the several branches of study. 0 0 0.0 0,0 J1ALBERTJONES PHoroGRAPHEa 429 RACE STREET v .. 1 iqpozqqpoi- :Dewi 0.QYl0l0l0Qlli ill ll ll ll ll l ll li l llllll lfllflltl 0 it ini if 111 ri 1 riuioil it 1011111 I it i li Q!!-111 ltiillill The LeBlond Heavy Duty Milling Machine "A Production Standard" LeBlond Milling Machines have been adopted as a standard for quality and ' h b'l't t emo e production in many of the largest automobile shops where t e a 1 1 y o r v c uantities of metal in a given length of time and retain their accuracy is essential. l Several features, exclusive to our design, make this result possible. ' ' M ' ' t f tl b 'ld An overhanging arm DOQXO larger in diameter than the average o o ier ui ers with a patent key locking device for rigidly locking the overarm, arbor and s uindle into perfect alignment. The arbor cannot pound out of line and crystalize. I ,X Face Gear as large as the largest Cutter the machine will swing, through which A tt . all speeds are transmitted, insuring a powerful even drive to cu er Literature sent on request. THE R. K. LEBLOND MACHINE TOOL CO. CINCINNATI 'NNW M WF and Wmqve Smal. build in .fl lahwhiih 001- fflig -P. ox ,' :ga ,,. T 1 -. .V -U55 ws, tg.. f ozoii 1 inioi 7 ir' iii 1oftf..q3,7.+ . 7 i' - '--"Z -7' i.. .- .-- The Universit of Cincinnati Comprises the following departments: Uhr Qirtthuatr Svrhnul For advanced study in non-professional courses, leading lu th.. .1,.,.,,.,, uf XVMV, U, .VM ,Ihr- one or two years of rtsldtnt study and of IJ it-tor nf Phil. V , f , ', , ', ' ' " ' ' ' , l ' l' ' ' lrtlj il:-' il.l 'I' lit. -- '. -1, 4.1,--. lt 1 ,L ,-l and the presentation of a satisfactory thesis. H ' ' 1 N ' H ' H U Q' Uhr EH: illilirltrtt Uullrgr uf iiihrrztl Arts Offers many undergraduate courses for students sei,-king lilwrztl culture or pro-pzvsitii sional study. ' The regular Liberal Arts classes have been extended to cover five i-vi-iiivws in the tt ' ' courses are offered. ' External classes of college grade are given in the afternoons in libraries :mtl pulilie school l.u,1,1,,,yv, Uhr Unllrgr fur Urarhrrs Offers professional programs, including practice teaching in the lfincinnati l'uhlie Si-liools, wixivli lead to degrees or diplomas, and to state certificates for teaching in elementurv and high Nl'iltnni-1, :uni for teaching kindergarten, art, physical education, and commercial subjects. i'ot1rru':+zire also offered to teachers who are candidates for higher degrees. The Department of Home Economics lformcrly the School of Household .-Xrts,J offers courses for teachers of home economics, for dietitians, and for institutional managers. The In-pzirtrnent of Vocational Education trains teachers for the trades and industries. iinlhuflild-se:lo-p:l.l'l!h1'lll:4 ree.-iw.e state and federal aid under the Smith-Hughes Act of Congress. Uhr Uullrgr nf iliirhirinr Offers a four-year course leading to the degree of M. IJ. A six-year combined course in the University leads to the degrees of B. S. and Nl. lb. The Cincinnati General Hospital, the Tuberculosis Hospital, and the f'ollt-ge Ilispensary :ifloril unequalled clinical facilities. The School of Nursing and Health provides a three-year course leading to the diploma nf graduati- nurse. A combined collegiate and professional course of five years leads to zi Batchelor of Sviellce degree, as well as to the diploma of graduate nurse. Uhr Unllrgr nf Enginrrring unit Unmmrrrr Regular courses and co-operative courses are offered in chemical, civil, electrical. mechanical. and metallurgical engineering. The regular courses cover four years and the co-operative courses five. In the co-operative courses the students work alternate fortnights in shops and foundries, on railroads and highways, etc. l g . The College of Commerce has been merged with the College of Engineering and will serve hoth the commercial and the engineering students. Day and evening courses are oflered in administration and accountancy, marketing, traffic, commercial law. For the convenience of the students, the even- ing classes are held in the downtown building fLaw Schoolb of the University. Uhr Unllrgr nf alum The Cincinnati Law School has been merged into the University and made its Vollege of Law. Two courses are offered. One of three years leading to the degree of LL. B.: the other a six-year rom- bined course leading to the degrees of A. B. and LL. B. , Uhr Aairnnnmiral Qbharrntttnrg Research in astronomy, courses in astronomy for students, and demonstrations for citizens and pupils of the schools. Uhr tliihrttrg Separate building with reading rooms, seminary rooms, etc. Contains 107,212 hound volumes. in for prof.-Q.. vel-.. Ihirlgf For additional information address The Secretary, University of Cincinnati Burnet Woods, Cincinnati, Ohio ,1 1 1 1o1.r1av1ev14.:o1u1c-piuiv Diuinioit11011xitiiuiuitriuiniliiuic 0 4 0 . tit , 1 VN,Qi. 'a " '4?'f':a , ..., .-1 gli'-s The Bards of'Anc12nt Greece HOMER. the greatest ol ihese minsuel-historians. is preserved to us in our Globe- Wcrniche Sectiarial Bookcases. Q? K ly The 11th Century Tronbadokzrge HEY were the Claire-1 T Wemickes of :heir day, hu- man fiction sheives. travelling tellers oi :ales and singers of romance. i i ffff Tr . 'Ii ' . ' ' . " 'i' 'N "' I if'Wi', .-. AH' X f f 32' 1'-Q TTTWVU 'E:c,,,4.,. r JV f J if-,.'f7v V :f .L1i,5f 1 V " V ' N,:,:-Riff ' all 1 f'N inn. 3" 375 SALESRGOM 128 East Fourth Street AH ,Sechonal Bookcas Built z'o'Ezzdurg Y . .., Y. M. C. A., 620 Madison St., South 5394. OO 's 060865 3882E388EE18S8S?S8S3.'Sis88Q8888HZ882?38838683883283883838 A4 QQ 88 CINCINNATI BUSINESS AND 2 EF fi, PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 2 33 Business and Professional men who have assisted in publishing The Cincinnatian E if, and who in this wav extend to the Students at U. C. gg the right hand of fellowship. 2 3'g 82i 35 85888383238282638838883213833883225882S8822?8883823282883588888388S8838QSZZ8838Qg ACADEMIES ASSOCIATIONS--Continued EVANGELINE HOME, Branch of Salvation MOUNT Norma DAME ACADEMY, Reading, ., V ll 2'4. STC? JOSEQRIH DACADEMY, 6532 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, East 1499- ACCOUNTANTS, CERTIFIED PUBLIC J. D. CLOUD 8: CO., 805 Traction Bldg., Main 1188. F. J. CRANE, 902 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Main 1 . . GEOTRGE R. LAMB, Member of American Institute of Accountants, 311 First National Bank Bldg., M ' 1392. G. FTHMANSELL, 1219 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Main 2652. . ART Members of the American RODEN 8: H , . . Institute of Accountants, 614 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 1001. CCOUNTANTS. PUBLIC R. J. BEAMAN, 814 Union Central Bldg., Main 3114. A ADDING MACHINES DALTON ADDING MACHINE CO., Beech St., Norwood, Main 533. HOPKINS BILLING MACHINE CO., 304 MOON- , Provident Bank Bldg., F. M. Houshalter, Dist. Mangr., Canal 5539. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, MOTOR TRUCKS AND TRACTORS INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AMER- ICA, 409 Lock St., W. Y. Davis, Mgr., Canal 2160. ALUMINUM-BRASS ANCHOR BRASS 8: ALUMINUM CO., N. W. cor. 9th and Freeman, West 4410. ALUMINUM WARE ALUMINUM COOKING UTENSIL CO., 2310 Union Central Bldg.,Main 2679. "WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Cooking Utensils. BERT L. BALDWIN, 502-504 Second National ARCHITECTS Bank Bldg., Canal 3317. ASSOCIATIONS ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE, 41 Cambridge Bldg., Canal 918. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Covington Council, BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY CLERKS, 515 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 4520, CENTRAL TURNER HALL ASSOCIATION, 1409 Walnut St., Canal 4341. CIGAR MAKERS PROTECTIVE UNION NO. 4, 1411 Walnut St., Canal 4912. CINCINNATI ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, 25 East Eighth St., Canal 1981, 32 Navarre Bldg., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1413. CORPORATIONS AUXILIARY CO., 702 Union Trust Bldg., Main 4032. Army, 712 West 6th St., West 4657. FEDERATION OF CHURCHES OF CINCIN- NATI AND VICINITY, 516 Union Central Bldg., Main 2290. METAL POLISHERS INTERNATIONAL UN- ION, 407-8-9-10 Neave Bldg., Main 2451. NATIONAL METAL TRADE ASSOCIATION, 705 Elm St., Canal 2307. THE WOMENS SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE OF GREATER CINCINNATI, 611 Lincoln Inn Court, Canal 577. YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 905 First National Bank Bldg., Main 441. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 13121 JOHN J. ACOMB, 707 Gerke Bldg., Canal 3738. COLEMAN AVERY, 1211 First National Bank Bldg., Main 364. HENRY BAER, 315 Hulbert Block, Canal 3764. J. P. BAUER, 403 Gwynne Bldg., Canal 3046. CHAS. S. BELL, 106 Lincoln Inn Court, Canal 3179. EDWARD H. BRINK, 800-808 Fourth National Bank Bldg., Private Branch, Main 276-277. SANFORD BROWN, 714 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 376. RODNEY G. BRYSON, 512 Coppin Bldg., Coving- ton, Ky., South 4247. JO1Sg7ZV. CONROY, 1420 Union Trust Bldg., Main SAMUEL S. DAVIES, 302 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 3808. JOHN D. DAVIS, 604 Johnston Bldg., Main 314. EDWARD T. DIXON, Judge of Common Pleas Court, Court House, Canal 2200. DORNETTE Sz DORNETTE, 401 Bell Block, Canal 2092. JOHN O. ECKERT, 1812 First National Bank Bldg. - Main 165. JOHN E. FITZPATRICK, 54-55 Wiggins Block, Main 413. WM. M. FRIDMAN, 504 St. Paul Bldg., Main 2924 FREIBERG 8a GEOGHEGAN, Citizens Nationa Bank Bldg., Main 3004. FROST Kr JACOBS, 1005 Traction Bldg., Main 611. ALFRED T. FULFORD, 1210 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 645. JOHN GALVIN, 1812 First National Bank Bldg., Main 165. ARTHUR E. GEORGI, 610 Provident Bank Bldg., Canal 4547. GUIDO GORES, 1000-1006 Fourth National Bank Bldg., Main 52. THOMAS M. GREGORY, 64 Wiggins Block, Main i 192. GEORGE A. HAMMA, 1335-1336 Union Trust Bldg., Main 2080, Residence, East 1834-Y. WM. H. HARRISON, 62 Pickering Bldg., Main 1139. EDW. C. HAUER, 601-603 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 1842. HEALY Sz FERRIS, 1016 First National Bank Bldg., Main 651. SANFORD HEADLEY, 1004 Traction Bldg., Main 1152. MICHAEL G. HEINTZ, 909 Provident Bank Bldg., Canal 4069. I l ii ,: -,-.. ' -vviqgst. F It Il 1 5 hC'1'lTil1nmi,.t 1 Wm 'B Munn r . Lfymmzml II' gum Wtmiioi, Imam mu QQFUHH ntmiillllli mmm - liilliiialminm' -ll-LB 311 Clbkgfualiilt 0111. 21 Fm Sxtiimllitl I H All lil'-htkfmliitl. ll lilvlliafvml mg zntaucmgtusii. 1 L lm. on rm rTlm1xf.m-.nilmits guilt iufquttft-1 tpt:s11t:1i ,st Btxangfrgwgii :gig'id,'.1Y,dliil? 'Tim ifffflfdwi I 1' ' ' 'Ki 4 "tv :I mvfmpwla anna. 505: avid I .4 l LL "'5'nf'.."'Iw-Ffflta :!l"iI:d'plD.i5H,' , ,ev fr ui . .3 U ,589 :want ws: av' 'gill va , , 54:- at' 'ff' new gaffqifiizf f ,gil ' G .919 swat 'gi' ' of 1 v U' f 'Un xt? ,tag ar'vi"'L My J' J' Ld lf? P T23 E. 7 I"l'ORNI'1 YS-A'l'-l.AW' Con I inuctl HUNT, BI'INNI'IT'I' AL If'1"1'l-111,71 l l"our1liNz1?ior1:tl Bank Bldg.: Main 56. EIQWARIJNl.1ILI1tl.1-LY,11T1'rovid1AniBanklilflgg Canal 580. SI'l'lNtfl'llt Nl. .IUNICS 811 X11-rr-until: lil.- BldLZ.: Main 5134. I I A mr? SAMU1-IL I. L1l'I', l-106 Ifnion Trust Bldg.: Alain -11180. LIT'1'LI'Il"ORlJ IQ BALLARIJ, 1301-H015 Gwynn:- Bldg.: Canal 97-1. WAL'1'liIt. M. LOCK, Fil Atlas Bank Bldg.: Vzinul Zi-127. LORBACH S: GARVICR, 121065 First National Bank Bldg.: Main 290. JOHN L. LUNSFORIJ, 5021 Coppin Bldg., Coving- ton: South 1081. W. C. MARIJORF, -110 Provide-nt Bank Bldg.: Canal 866. PECK, SHAFFER 85 WILLIAMS, 210 Altas Bank Bldg.: Canal 130. CARL PHARES, 501 Gwynne Bldg.: Canal 28. JOHN R. QUANE, Citizens Bank Bldg., St. Ber- nard: Avon 2449. CARL S. RANKIN, 1612 First National Bank Bldg.: Main 361. J. E. RAPPAPORT, 300 Provident Bank Bldg., 7th and Vine: Canal 172. ADOLPI-I RICHTER, 308 Johnston Bldg.: Main 2481. JOHN L. RICHY, 1503-4 Union Trust Bldg.: Main 197-1-1975. DAVID L. ROSENBERG, 1322 Union Trust Bldg.: Main 933. JOHN G. ROBINSON, Jr., 401 Bell Block: Canal 2092. STANLEY C. ROETTINGER, 816 Gwynne Bldg.: Canal 3327. RUBENSTEIN 8: HARDIN, 6th and John Sts.: Canal 2515. XV. H. RUCKER, 417 Union Trust Bldg.: Main 1-12. WALTER A. RYAN, 711 Mercantile Library Bldg.: Main 11. JOHN W. SADLIER, 800 Fourth National Bank Bldg.: Main 276. JULIUS R. SAMUELS, 702 First National Bank Bldg.: Main 3648. SCHWAAB 8: SCHVVAAB, 907 Second National Bank Bldg.: Canal 807. ROLLA L. SCHICKNER, 419 Provident Bank Bldg.: Canal 91. ALBERT D. SHOCKLEY, 60 Wiggins Block: Main 645. CHESTER R. SHOOK, 1210-15 Second National Bank Bldg.: Canal 645-646. SIBBALD 8: WOESTE, 531 Union Trust Bldg.: Main 2535. SPANGENBERG Q SPANGENBERG, 702-3 Second National Bank Bldg.: Canal 2411. BENJ. W. STRADER, 1213 First National Bank Bldg.: Main 3072. JOHN W. STREHLI, 418 Hulbert Block: Canal 2827. Patent Attorney. SUIRE 8: REILLY, 915 Mercantile Library Bldg.: Main 2085. JAS. B. SWING, 65 Blymyer Bldg.: Canal 2576. CHAS. TATGENHORST, Jr., 47 Blymyer Bldg.: Canal 236. Clggxfsi. B. TERRY, 617 Gwynne Bldg.: Canal 2863- NVM. THORNDYKE, 41 Guarantee Title Bldg.: Canal 794. A. L. TISCHBEIN, 902 Second National Bank Bldg.: Canal 2226. Wi39I6'gER A. TODD, 509 Johnston Bldg.: Main CHAS. H. URBAN, 711 Mercantile Library Bldg.: Main 11. ELMER P. WARE, First National Bank Bldg.: Covington, Ky.: South 255. A. J. VVALKER, 509 Johnston Bldg.: Main WAITE, SCHINDEL 8: BAYLESS, 97 Carew Bldg.: Main 267-268. JOEL H. WARD, Fourth and Scott Sts., Covington. Ky.: South 1406. Al"I'OM'OlllI.li lJlC.XI.l-IRS ANI! 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AUTH Vo., 1JQ,'rjt,m,.r, .,f I-J, ,tm . I.-ir. i . . z il lit: cm- Motor Furs, lll-1 ltzn'-'Stg1':1xn:nli.1.'.'l-A, H. I,. Kl':I,I.Y, IFISIFIIHIIUI' lla-pulrlxe' 'l'mwL -.I ffm.- lr li o o tors, " :ii 'rs, l l tlllln-rt A'.-n:t'gm,,1g-:ol NORTHSIIJI-IN1U'1'Ult1'Alt1'1l.,.Xrirll-1:14.11 l"-ml Ilistrilmtors,-1121!ll:unilZonA-.'--.3Vgtft, 1 1-jg. PARK B1O'1'ORt'Altt'U., l.ix-pry 4. -.p.-.-m1v- Jt'll't'rson St., Vliftonl Avon 1113. SAYER k SVOYILI, VO., Nl:mui':n-fur,-: H1549 Six Motor Cars, th-at and Summer S:-.1 11.14 1'--1, CHAS. SVHIICAR Mtl'l'Hli tjxlt VH.. 1111.1 ..,,, Iissex Furs, lluprnolrili-, lrwnlny '1'm.-to guy, 5. Sycamore Sts.: f':u1:1l2SITT-21178. IIAII. VU., llllfl AlIf!1lLf1r!l1I'!'f.' IIWUIQ XYoodhurn 21396. .,. ..u AUTO M O BILE GARAG I-18 BELLEVUE G.AItAfiI'I, Autos for iiirv-, llllia' :mil night service-, limousine- and touring vars, rvpzurung, aiming, storage und zu-rw-ssoriwl 15151 lfanriivivl ive., Bt-llc-vue, Ky.: South 51030, MATHEWS M EICH AUTH VU., 75117 K'nrrlmg-- Pike, Carthage: Valley 1160. MUIR PRIVATE LIYISRY, Touring vars, limou- sines and sf-dans, roasonalxla- prim-vs, 231115 K--mp:-r Lane: Woodburn 2518-51100. C. C. SCHATZAIAN, IIN Sixth St., li:r.j.'Ion. Kj..l South -102-1. C. L. SI'IOIiAIAKI'IR, II-131 1Yoodlrurn Av--., Auto livery, touring cars, sc-dans, lirnousinvs for u-'flfllmv and funerals: rt-liable si-rvif-1' dug: :md hufhtc 1Voodburn 32-1-1. AUTOMOBILE GIQARS THE CINCINNATIGEARKWI., l-'23l-L-111111211 lr-I.: Canal :mes-:s:s:zr. AUTOMOBILE LIYERY BRADY AUTO SEICYIVPI VH.. 'I'ourH1st "iff-. limousines and taxit-5 for hire, vlllvi 53.1-:uw r-- SNL Canal -138. AUTO PARTS ANCHOR TOP 8 BODY Vt L, ll. Ik li. !1--:1.rfi- '.1 NYest 2188: Glaw-enclosed wrnu-r ug- 1-ir 111.11-ws. Chevrolet, Dodgc. I-'v-rd, 1.-s-rx and fl'-'frzurifl Automobiles. AUTO PARTS REP.-SIRI-ID ADAM BENZ N SON,S. W.1'or. IIIt!2l'11LY1'lII"f1i73li Ave.: XVest 25024. 13131 AUTOMOBILE PAINTING AND TRIMMING CLANSING 8: CRAIG GARAGE, 6500 Carthage Ave., Elmwood, Valley 11-13. AUTOMOBILE PARTS VVELDED. INIACHINED 8: REPAIRED SCHWEITZER BROS., 525 East Pearl St., Canal 996. 221 Butler St., Canal 4938, Night phone, Hiland 857-L. , AUTO SALVAGE INTERSTATE AUTO WRECKING CO., Burned, wrecked and worn-out autos, 11 East Second St., Newport, Ky., South 565. AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES C. XY D. AUTO SUPPLY CO., formerly Coughlin 8: Davis, 7th and YValnut Sts., Canal 2135-2136-2137. TIMES-SQUARE AUTO SUPPLY CO., 418 Mam St., Main 580. FISHER-GRIFFIN STORAGE BATTERY CO., 8th, Cheapside and 9th Sts., Canal 5700. AUTOMOBILE TIRES TIRE SERVICE STATION, Repairing tires and tubes our specialty, Reading Road 8: Elsinore, Canal 5050. AUTO TIRE PROTECTORS CENTRAL AUTO SPECIALTY CO., They prevent 9572, punctures, increase 500Z, tire mileage, 504 Commercial Tribune Bldg., Canal 3193. ' AUTOMOBILE TIRE REPAIRERS H. J. SCHLOEMER, Retreading tires our specialty, 33 West Court St., Canal 291. AUTO TOPS BUOB 8: SCHEU, 214-16-18 Webster St., Canal 2293. WHEEL, TOP Sr HARDWARE CO., 127 East 8th St., Canal 1488. AUTOMATIC CONCRETE STONE MACHINES THE BRANDEL CO., 2502 Union Central Bldg., Main 78. AVVNINGS AND TENTS JOHN SCHERZ SONS, 1006-1008 Freeman Ave., VVest 296-297. B BAKERS AMERICAN BAKING CO., A. B. C. pies, 810 West Fifth St., West 2956. BANNER GROCERS BAKING CO., Oak and Stan- ton Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 75. FRANK BEETZ, 10th and Boone Sts., South 5520, 843 Monmouth St., South 1327-L, Newport, Fancy cakes and pastries, Wedding cakes to order. CHAS. BRAUCH, 628 Monmouth St., Newport, Ky., South 3066-L. GEORGE BRAUN, 1667 Dewey Ave., Price Hill, 96 Y. Warsaw 13 - BRADLEY HOME BAKING CO., 1015 East McMillan St., NValnut Hills, NVoodburn 177-L. CHAS. DECK, 1415 Main St., Canal 1148-L. HENRY DERSCH, Sr., N. E. Cor. 17th and Gerrard Sts., Covington, Ky., South 3017-Y. DOERRS BAKERY, Restaurant and Ice Creams, bregti quality and service, 1107-09 Vine St., Canal 4 2. .IOI-IN ELSASSER, 4205 Virginia Ave., Park 284-L. INDEPENDENT PIE CO., S. VV. Cor. Fourth and Mill Sts., West 1565. CARL JENSEN, 214 Williams Ave., Lockland' Valley 1320. ' GREGOR KREIDLER, Taylor and Madison Rd. ciatvif-y, Ridge 1015. ' ALBERT LAIBLY, 1321 Vine St., Canal 1706-L. BAKERS-Continued HARRY LETZLER, Jr., Edwards and Markbreit Aves. Norwood, Ridge 1099. Oysters and all L' d Y f h ,d 1' tessen, etc. OTVEIPOSOJEIIEER, 2622caEast 13th St., Canal 1649-L. 516 West Liberty St., West 1478-L. LOUIS POTTSCHMIDT, 724 West 7th St., West 3139. JOHN PERAZZO, 3-in-1 stores, Peebles Corner, Walnut Hills, VVoodburn 4459. i PETER SATTLER, 6000 Madison Road, Madison- ville, Madisonville 340. SCHULZE BAKING CO., 747 West 5th St., West 4386. THE JOHN SCHNEIDER MILLING 85 BAKING CO., 1420 Walnut St., Canal 1869. . PHIL SCHAMBACH, 13th and Banklick Sts., Cov- ington, South 3323-R. . EUGENE SCHMID, 2837 Highland Ave., Mt. Auburn, Avon 2528-Y. STAR UNION BAKING CO., 119 West Canal St., Canal 3880. . F. O. STONE BAKING CO., 642-44 Richmond St., West 4488. I PAUL VOGELGESANG, 601 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 3116. A THE WASHINGTON BAKING CO., 3021 Colerain Ave., West 3306. AUGUST VVALTER, 1213 Walnut St., Canal 1635-X. CHAS. L. WELZ, 23 West Elder St., Canal 1682-X. Fine cakes and bread. BAKERS' MACHINERY CENTURY MACHINE CO., 4659 Spring Grove Ave., Winton Place, Park 756. TRIUMPH MANUFACTURING CO., 3400-3424 Spring Grove Ave., Park 716. BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES THE BRIGHTON BANK 8: TRUST CO., Harrison and Colerain Aves., West 643. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 4th and Main Sts., Main 1531. THE CITY HALL BANK, 7th and Central Ave., Canal 2153. COURT HOUSE SAVINGS BANK, Court and Main Sts., Canal 2228. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOCKLAND, O., 131 Williams St., Lockland, Valley 64. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CINCINNATI, First National Bank Bldg., 4th and Walnut Sts., Main 2691. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NORWOOD, Main and Washington Aves., Norwood, Ridge 1710. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Mt. Washington, 2128 Beechmont Ave., East 501. HYDE PARK SAVINGS BANK, 2712 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, East 4. NEWPORT NATIONAL BANK, 5th and York Sts., Newport, Ky., South 236. THE SHARONVILLE BANK, Reading Rd., Shar- onville, Valley 1670. UNITY BANKING Ka SAVING CO., Main ofiice, Vine, J efferson and Calhoun, Branch, Vine and Elder Sts., Avon 1229, Canal 2630. UNION SAVINGS BANK 85 TRUST CO., Union Trust Bldg., Main 960. WASHINGTON BANK 8: SAVINGS CO., 6th and Main Sts., Canal 690. THE EDWARD D. WOODWARD CO., 402 Mer- cantile Library Bldg., Main 3246. BARBER CHAIRS, SUPPLIES AND FURNITURE THE EUGENE BERNINGHAUS CO., Manufac- turers of Porcelain Enamel Chairs, 1904 Western Ave., West 392. BATTERIES, AUTOMOBILE BLOCH ENGINEERING 8a STORAGE CO., CBattery service for all cars freej. N. E. Cor. 8th 8a Race Sts., Canal 2431. lm, Nm , IN. 'mini - ami I nlggsicwigml 3 mwqllhslgwm . -EMC., Unwmimmi R mllsisllmr mamma Bumtksmicw-N 1 F mm iw. 111. nmmmcwlsr- uGl.iR-lgggdmmws Rn 1 nnn1gh'mmmS1,A 3' umcmmcm , ,. I -l :WHS-:Gm11ss2.r El 5 ? li 8 , Q N 3 . li :Magi swam' 1 m,SMM2l 1 1:18111 5 g I l 1 a l mmzermwaa I 2 pall!! 1 p mmnmaml. y gmlmumulm mmm-man-1, 5 1 hgnoilntiwulli 1 1 fgffgflmwmsagl ' 2.12-W-Wil pnulniimi . f Q yn, llnmridlali F'E"h".iTT4l jwumwdi GU' . ' ' h 'imma as w.Wl'j F3633 , 1 M, r.--f WAHI? A at fu" 2 E i i BATTERIES, STORAGE KRUSE GARLICK CO., 8th and Broadway, Canal 1004-1005. CHAMPION CARBON MFG. CO., CBatteries and Dry Cellsl, 305 First National Bank Bldg., Main 812. BARRELS, MANUFACTURERS OHIO COOPERAGE CO., Duebel and Station Aves., Arlington Heights, Valley 191. HARDWOOD PACKAGE CO., 56 Mitchell Bldg., Main 3457. BELTS CINCINNATI BELT CO., Manufacturers Men's Leather Belts, 311 Main St., Main 4476. NATIONAL BELT MANUFACTURING CO., Monograms, Frat and University Emblems, Buckles, Monogam Watch and Vest Fobs, all at manufacturers prices, 609 Lincoln Inn Court, Canal 5215. BELTING INTERNATIONAL LEATHER 8a BELTING CORP., 844 West Sixth St., West 133, Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Class are welcome to our shop for practical observation. BERRY CRATES FRED KENKER Sz SONS, Egg Cases, Lard Crates and Poultry Coops, 3904 North Bend Rd., Cheviot, Warsaw 832. BICYCLES J. W. KRAEMER, Manufacturer and Dealer in Dayton Bicycles, 812 Elm St., Canal 1269-X. BIRDS AND TAXIDERMY ESPICH BIRD STORE, 12 East 7th St., Canal 1263-X, Birds and Cages, Goldfish and Aquariums, Bird and Dog Remedies. HALLER'S HARTZ MOUNTAIN BIRD STORE, Wholesale and Retail Importer, 1108 Vine St., Canal 1200-Y. MARKET PET STORE, Birds and Pets, Supplies of all kinds, 227 West 6th St., Canal 3209. SMITH'S PET SHOP, 1011 Vine St., Canal 1291-Y, 813 Madison Ave., Covington, South 777-Y. BLUE PRINTERS HESS BLUE PRINT CO., 121 Opera Place, Canal 953. QUEEN CITY BLUE PRINT CO., 124 Government Place, Canal 613. BOILERMAKERS THE HOUSTON, STANWOOD Sz GAMBLE CO., Third and Philadelphia Sts., Covington, Ky., South 2150. BONDS AND STOCKS GIEOEQGE KOEHLER, 25 East Fourth St., Main BOOK BINDERS GEORGE H. SAND, 1902 Colerain Ave., West 2843. H. A. BERNE 85 CO., Lion Bldg., 434 Elm St., Main 1059. WM. A WEISE, 1625 Dudley St., West 3385-X. BOOK SELLERS HALL N. JACKSON, 719 Vine St., Canal 140Q5X, All kinds of old books bought and sold. BOTTLE MANUFACTURERS ILLINOIS GLASS CO., S. E. Cor. Vine and Water Sts., Main 1030-1031. BOOTS AND SHOES IIIIYIN S1101-I VU., fffh XY:-1-,lllllxflgf t1,',.,,v l,3','3,Y Csimgilis ai sp.,-ciallv. 4 I V ' I "KI K1-ISSl'.N'Hfzil1,rr'.H ,X'..- f, '.,. ... Av.-.1 Illia: 12:19-Y. I X H " mi I' "Mn THIS SLIl'I'Il-K,-XSSUN Vinh' lm,-,. gum., M 55.11. Lflfml 'IIWHZ 511-ws for rnvn, wumu-Il, 1-li:l.lg.'g,E Rumi-ns appari-l and zivm:-.1..fi.4.5 31..,,'., y,L,y,,.., dashcry. ' BOX MANUF.-kC'1'1fRIiRS JOHN H.l1AIJ1-I, 1221-125IlrmnlwaySl.,3IainI1s11u- Box:-s, Cralvs and Lumlwr. ' CINCINNATI WIRI-I ISOLTNIJ IIUX VI I., 1'.irllmg-- Pike and ling 4 R. R.. Sl. 111-rnard, Av.-n null-sm, E. A. CONKLING 11051 CUM gamxgaply 1g..,,,1,,,,. Road, Canal 1361-1562. ' THE'DAYTON FOLDING BOX CU., 27127-127115 Spring Grove Avo., Wi-st 10115. THE RICHARDSON TAYLOR I'RlN'l'lNG VU., Harrison and Patterson Aves., Wm-st 137-115H. C. YV. ZUMBIEL, Still' and Iulding pupvr lam-4, 122-12-I XVcst Pearl St., Main 567. BRASS THE OHIO BRASS 8 COPPER CO., -112 Elm Sl., Main 405-106. BRASS AND COPPER GOODS THE OHIO BRASS 8: COPPER CO., -112 Elm SL.: Main 405-406. PRACTICAL METAL GOODS M FG. CO., ri-ar 20? East 6th St., Canal 3526. BRICK MANUFACTURERS THE MITCHELL BRICK CO., Lower Riva-r Rd., Delhi, Delhi 15. THE D. C. SHOREY BRICK CO., Producers of Shor-tex Brick, 1403-04-05 Union Trust Bldg., Main 2436. BUILDERS SUPPLIES JAMES T. CAVANAUGH. Building Supplies, Coal and Seed, Warsaw and St. Lawrence St., Price Hill, Warsaw 92. , ,, ' THE MOORES-CONEY CO.. Pressed Brick: bt. Paul Bldg., 111 East Fourth St., Main 973. T. W. SPINKS CO., 18 West Sth St., Cfov1nKl0n. Ky., South 2002-2001, Branch Offices, Erlaniivf. Ky., Erlanger 49, and Latonia. Kb'- BUTTER AND EGGS BECKMAN BROTHERS, Bmw, Eggs and P0111- try, 28 VVest Court St., Canal 1921.- D. HOPPE 8: CO., 31 Walnut St., Main 1929. . r JOS. JOHANNIGMAN, 634 West Court bf.. lfl-1 Linn sr., West Liberty, west 2-103-X In 1-310. 9011 JOHN V. KISKER 8: CO., 911-913 Mann St.: Main 4036. LAWRENCE MICHELS, Becchmont Ave., M!- Washington, East 1723. BUTTER, EGGS AND COFFEE dh C t . E. ROHE, 1442 'viain St.: Market Stan -1. I-0117. C and Walnut, Couit and Cutter, Sixth and Ullm- Canal 4372. TTER AND EGGS WHOLESALE BU ' ' ' '0 W -st Court St.: BERGEWISCH K: BECRX CO.. 3- L - 0 1. TICIJEHHOZKHRIVIIBR BUTTER COL, Mnnufactvuxgrs of Meadow Gold Butter, 905-901 Broadway -L. ACFnaKCSIIH,a1I34 IVest Court St., Canal 2107. ' i I oultry. 91lgS, calves- ard gnnie' - Y . t T1IliiX101ei3aRecIiL4NTs CREAMERX Cai? zonlirgfd McMicken Ave.: Maquffwfllfm of 050 ' Butter, West 4375-4811- 13151 Hilda C CANS-ASH AND GARBAGE YVITT CORNICE CO., 2118-24 XVinchell Ave., near Bank St., IVest 2882. CALVES DAVID RINDSBERG 8: SON, 38 YValnut St., Main 3847, Calves and Poultry a Specialty. CANNED GOODS A. W. COLTER CANNING CO., 2249 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, East 450. CARBON PAPER AND TYPEWRITER RIBBONS EARL HERZSTAM COMPANY, 121 Opera Place, XVright Pldfz., Canal 4167. KEELOX MFG. CO., Jos. R. Jones, Mgr., Manufac- turers Carbon Paper and Typewriter Ribbons? Cor. Third and Walnut Sts., Main 548. CARPET CLEANERS BURNET WOODS PNEUMATIC CLEANING CO., Daniel and Bishop Sts., Avon 1138. VALLEY SANITARY CARPET CLEANING CO., Mlways please the customers J Compton Rd., near Springfield, Valley 380-L. CARPETS AND RUGS CHAS. B. RATTERMAN 8: BRO., 630 Race St., Canal 1717. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS J. H. BROCKMAN 8a SONS, 1608 Logan St., Canal 519. CHARLES E. FOX, 2216 Reading Road, Avon 1285. PETER HEISTER, 233 Main St., Main 4531. ED. M. JOSLYN, 351 East Third St., Main 4663, 326 Third Ave., Dayton, Ky., South 3269-Y. WM. MILLER 8: CO., 2025 Elm St., Canal 4735-36. JOHN ROLFES, 222 East 12th St., Canal 103. CATERERS RICHARD CONNELLY, 414 Richmond St., Canal 215, Complete equipment, Weddings, Bridge Lunches, Receptions, Debutante Parties. MER-CAM CATERING CO., 415 Elizabeth St., West 2249. WEIDNER TEA ROOM, 938 East McMillan, Woodburn 853. M. M. YEAGER, Caterer, Weddings, Card Parties, Private Dances are a Specialty, The Vendome, Ztfzgslltington and 9th Sts., Newport. Ky., South 5 - . CAST-IRON AND FRICTION CLUTCH PULLEYS STANDARD PULLEY CO., Powers 8: C. H. Sr D. Ry., Cumminsville, Park 318. CEMENT PAVEMENTS CHAS.. KUHL ARTIFICIAL STONE CO., 573 Readm'r Road, Canal 1764. W. R. RUDD 8x BRO., Cement Sidewalks, Garage Floors and Drives, 521 Broadway, Canal 1627. CHARITY ORGANIZATIONS ASSOCIATED CHARITIES, 304 Broadway St., Main 629. BUREAU OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES, 713 Wal- nut St., Canal 70, Rev. F. A. Gressle. CATHERINE BOOTH HOME, for Women and Children, a branch of the Salvation Army, 912 Windsor Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 2139. SALVATION ARMY, Relief Department, 513 Madison Ave., Covington, South 4469. CHIMNEYS AND HEATERS H- T- SMART. 3243 Beresford Ave., Walnut Hills, VS' oodburn 1608, Clean Up-Be Sanitary-Be Safe. CHEMICALS E. BERGHAUSEN CHEMICAL CO., 9th and Carr Sts., VVest 207, 307 East Second St., Main 2528. GRASSELLI CHEMICAL CO., Heavy Chemicals, Metals, 260 Eggleston Ave., Canal 1182. ALEX. FRIES 8: BRO., 312-14-16 East Second St., Main 1163, Flavors for Confectioners, Soda Water, Mfgrs. Tobacco. CHEMISTS JARECKI CHEMICAL CO., Broermann Ave. and B. 8: O. Ry., St. Bernard, Avon 2494-2495, Manu- facturers of Fertilizer and Alum. C. G. BUCHANAN CHEMICAL CO., 118 East Pearl St., Main 1488, Copper, Zinc, Sulphurette Case Hardening Materials. F. C. BROEMAN, 215 E. Fourth St., Main 2741, Analytical and Consulting Chemists. PITTSBURGH TESTING LABORATORY, Special- ists in Iron, Steel, Concrete, etc., 811-13 Race St., Fifth Floor, Canal 4233. ROESSLER KL HASSLACHER CHEMICAL CO., 518 Union Central Bldg., Main 3074. J. R. WOOD SUPPLY CO., 917 Broadway, Canal 4226-27, Chemicals for Commercial Purposes. LOUIS G. ROBINSON LABORATORY, Cincinnati Testing Bureau, Iron, Steel, Cement, etc., 31 East Fourth St., Harrison Bldg., Main 3064. THE VULCAN COPPER WORKS, Chemical Ap- paratus, 120 Sycamore St., Main 1068. CHEMICAL GLASSWARE. MICROSCOPES AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES THE MAX WOCHER Ka SON CO., 19-23 West 6th St., Canal 192-193. CHIROPODISTS HAZARD DAVIS, 204 Neave Bldg., Hours 8 a. m. to 5.30 p. m., Main 2608, Treatment of ingrown nails and removal of vascular corns and warts a special- ty, the most up-to-date parlor. JOHN W. HUFFMAN, 122 West Fourth St., Main 4741. L. L. ROBINSON, 412 Coppin Blg., 7th and Madi- son Ave., Covington, Ky., South 4265. MRS. A. MABEL WASHINGTON, Cumberland Bldg., 806 Cleveland Ave., Avon 2215-R. CHIROPRACTORS LILLIAN CURNAYN, 2341 Kemper Lane, Walnut Hills, Woodburn 882. DRS. MEEKER Sz KLOMANN, 1-5 Mitchell Bldg., Main 2818. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS THE CUBAN CIGAR CO., 111 East Sixth St., Manufacturers of Laughery Club, Cuban and Merchant Cigars, Canal 638. THE QUALITY CIGAR CO., Mfg. of Cigars, 25-27 West 12th St., Canal 522. CIGAR BOXES AND CIGAR BOX LUMBER , THE SAMUEL W. TROST CO., 12-16 West Canal St., Canal 1865. CHINA AND GLASSWARE THE LEWIS 8a NEBLETT CO., 117 East Fifth St., Main 1153. CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURERS THE DOLLY VARDEN CHOCOLATE CO., 411-17 Laurel St., West 3421-3422. THE JANET CHOCOLATE CO., Mfgrs. of Superior Milk-Chocolate Products. CHURCHES CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 9th St., opp. City Hall, C. I. Sebastian, Pastor, Canal 4415. CI-3IE1I3ST CHURCH, 318 East Fourth St., Main PLUM' STREET TEMPLE, 8th and Plum Sts., Canal 1407-Y. l316l Cin aglhmiit :gint galil SL. lla., hfmmllm I lilli Win ill: Hmmm any '-'SN "fe-at Wham' gllllllslli -lltuaiilj Cl I URCIIES-Con tinucd PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE COVE- NANT, D. Earl McKinney, Pastor, Sth and Elm Sts. ST. GEORGE CHURCH, -12 Calhoun St., Sunday Services, Forenoon Mass at 5.30, 7, 8.30, 9,Zi0, ll a. m., Conference and Benerliction at 3 p. m, Parish School, Avon 4865-L, High School, Avon 3790-I.. ST. PAULS CATHEDRAL, 7th and Plum, Sunday hours of service, 7.30, 9.15, 11 a. m., T.-15 p. m., Canal 1985. ST. PETERS CATHEDRAL, 325 1Vest Sth St., Canal 2034, Rev. Michael Mulverhill. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS C THOS. B. PUNSHON, 705 Glenn Bldg.: Main 200-l. LERGYMEN THOS. H. ADAMS, 706 Delta Ave., East End, East 1708-Y. CHAS. E. BADEN, Chaplain of Fenwick Club, 423 Pioneer St., Canal 4712. P. J. BLACKBURN, 2910 Park Ave., YValnut Hills: Woodburn 2578-R. S. HENRI BROUNE, 114 West 64th St., Carthage, Valley 337-R. FRANK BOYD, 909 Nassau St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1399-X. ANTONINE BROCKHUIS, 42 Calhoun St., Avon 1082. JOHN VV. CHRISTIE, 103 East Auburn Ave., Mt. Auburn, Avon 4756-Y. ROBT.g. CONNOR, Sharon Ave., Glendale, Valley 1655- . FATHER DAHDAH, 416 West Third St., Main 4785. M. R. DELANEY, 9th and Roberts Sts., Newport, South 4473. GEORGE N. EASTMAN, 2163 Fulton Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 2251. P. W. EIDSON, 102 Washington Terrace, Walnut HilE,LPastor of Zion Baptist Church, Woodburn 299 - . M. O. EVANS, D. D., Ph. D., 4009 Floral Ave., Nor- wood, Woodburn 2081-L. - B. E. E. FISHBACH, 1604 Sycamore St., Pastor M. E. Episcopal Church, 1310 Race St., Canal 4288-Y. FREDERICK L. GEIS, 115 Huntington Place, Pastor of Asbury M. E. Church, Avon 1637-R. RABBI LOUIS GROSSMAN, 528 Camden Ave., Avondale, Avon 4109. I. M. HARE, 1757 Mills Ave., Norwood, Ridge 2106. WM. J. HAUSMANN, 1998 Harrison Ave., Fair- mount, West 4242-L. JOHN F. HICKY, McMillan and Auburn Ave., ggfgor of Holy Name Church, Mt. Auburn, Avon P. I. HYNES, Erie Ave.and Shady Lane, Hyde Park, East 1207. C. B. HEISTAND, Pastor of First M. E. Church, North Side, 4382 Innes Ave., N. S., Park 792-R. I. HOWARD JACKSON, 3577 Purdue Ave. WQQHCEUSTUS JONES, 916 West Court St., West JACOB W. KAPP. Pastor of First English Lutheran Church, 1208 Race St., Canal 1428-Y. RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, D. H. D., 780 Ridge- way Ave., Avon 5462. EDWARD G. KLOSTERMAN, Chesapeake and Ohio Aves., Newport, Ky., South 835-Y. GEORGE W. KOPITTKE, 418 Torrence Road, East Walnut Hills, Woodburn 895-Y. . WM. F. KOHLER, Pastor of Columbia Evangellcal Church, 4315 Eastern Ave., East 469-X. CARROL H. LEWIS, 64 South Warwick Bldg., Avondale, Avon 2649-R. E. MCGOWAN, 417 George St., Canal 720-L. JOEQ5. MICHALOWSKI, 2501 Eastern Ave., East TIQILEQCQLMOELLERING, 1522 Race St., Canal RABBI DAVID PHILLIPSON, 3947 Beechwood 7Ave., Avon 1220. 'NX ILLIAM E. PUTT, Cor. Clifton Ave. and Senator Place: Avon 5385-L. III.l'1RIiYXlI-ZX Continued Ii. A. SI'4l'l"l'. jog, un l., Y N I lYar-aw Tull-l.. ' I M IM. Air' vim ' B- l1.Sf'H'l"l',sloll..,L-U. sy --y, . . xx.. I.. SVI-IX-1.'kl.l1ulf5-1-1' ,.,,g.l,, .,f ,J ltiil:.i.'iQ'5lfil'f:5, M""l'f""1"f:- I'L.,, 1-1.-..-.ml '1c..e.f--, g1IAI.'I1illNlE.Ih.I,LEX I lxln xumllf Sl-. All. .Xlll'il'f ilililiill-IA.'l'l1AY1-2lt,2s7iW .l.,- 1- -., ' Hills, lYo.ulhurn 1137-Y., in A lx I. A' uiuuu I' M- YUVIINI, llllll lCi'lgf--'.vn'.' ,Xu-4 X-,..,,.i,1,. Avon 2109-X, Hill.-,.. UM xlhilq. liwzk ,-U!m',,'1' IV,-qi FMU,-th Su-,.,.L ' CLOTIIINC fill Sj.'4'1l'nnf.- Sq.: NIMH 12.5. WSYCIFDKI-hilllil. Me-n's and X'.'-lrn.-nk., THE liIGS'1'HRl'I. Alvlfszilulliov'-a1'l1-lliim', lI.i!-- Sliovf. 'llfl--121 NVQ-sl l"iI1h Sl., 'l'lIl-I lllll STI ilu-Q ANNEX, Women, Children and Mis-.--N ,Xppar--l oth and U1-ntral Aw-,g Main -15103-1517. I H. xA. SEINSIIEIMER 8' I'Il,, Young N1--nM I-'mr flmhlnkl- Vllxth Bldg.: Vanal 7221. SELMAR WAI'1IS.Snappy Vlolhing, Lal--sl 813.1--. for A Ulm! MPH. 005 Madison Av:-., Vnvingt--n. CLUBS BUSINESS XVOMEN'S I'l.1lIl, viol 'I'rae-lion llldgg Main 3695. CINCINNATI AU'l'OMHlIILl'I i'l.l'll, ll-ll.-l Metropole: Canal 5710-5711. ENGINEERS CLUBOFfTlNC'lNNA'l'l,11131-Ia.: Fourth St., Main 1808. EIGHTH XVARD COLORED Rl'Il'l'ill.ll'AN CLUB, 322 East Front St.: Blain 11521. HAMILTON COUNTY GOLI-' VLUII, R:-arling Road, Bond Hill, Ridge- 2-169 THE MASONIC CLUB, Emery Hola-lg Main 11511. QUEEN CITY CLUB, Tth and Elm Sis.: Canal 9131. YV9-lNgAN'S CITY CLUB, 7l5 Raw- Sl., Canal 755- ID . CLOAKS AND SUITS CLASSIC CLOAK AND SUIT FO., 2218 Wi-at Fifth St.: Canal 562. THE PARIS, 509 Race St., Canal 912. COAL AND BUILDING SUPPLIES MARSH-MURDOCK CO., Mm-lish and Slanlon Aves.: Avon 1882. l i NEYVPORT COAL CO., 12th aml Columbia Ste., Newport, South 117-3825. COAL DEALERS THE CAMPBELLS CREEK COAL CO., HG--n'l Oflice, 918 Union Central Bldg., Main 18,1-2, Elevator, Foot of Baymillcr St., West lla: 'l-xs-n- tucky Branch, Third and York, Newport: Nrulll I-13. . THE CINCINNATI FUEL SUPPLY CO.. Hlli I-'nrsl National Bank Bldg., Main 2731. ERIE AVE. COAL CO., Brotherlon Rd. anrl I'1'nn- Ry.: Madisonville 674. , , HATFIELD COAL CO., 728 Madison Ave..1 ovrnif- ton, South 600-601. , , HYDE PARK SUPPLY CO., Burch Av:-. and N. N XV. Ry., Hyde Park: East 785: Madisonville 1109. THE MACBARDQCQOIQXBL CO., 1222 Union TfU'4l Bld .1 Main 173..- 7'Z. . . MON'gI'GOMERY COAL CSI., Fourth anfl Main Sis.. " r ' ' , 21. . Colmgtonl KIM South Siffth ind Fru man Nw- UEEN CITY COAL Co., . 5 '-- - -r -- Q and Front and Lawrence Sis.: W 0141 35-302 M'-, J' A' Reilly, Mgr, Fuel for all Purposes,.Ilitumin-wus. Pocohontas, Smoke-les. :'U1lhfff"'U'- I,f'lf"', . . RELIANCE COAL .Q COKE to.. SU--M-' lf1""' 1 .1 NL' -1800. , , . COAL CO., Tl-1 First National Bank Bldg ' NI-1in 4892 .H ULLAIQID CCAC CO..Il0l-102 N.-in-Q nmg., blill rio. . . - SHN YVACNER 9171 Turner St ' XM-sill-11-l.. 'IQ A i' f' "' 2.103 lfhniiin Central lllfls:-1 IX ESTERIN COAL C Main 4195. 3171 f ----L-Tr' W 114,-sg., ..a.,:7--o ... .,1.......,,..M,..A.-. .N ,Y,. ..,, I ir Y W i Y COAL DEALERS, VVHOLESALE HUTCHINSON COAL CO., 2602 Union Central Bldg., Main 15. PRODUCERS COAL CO., 1910-12 Union Central Bldg., Main 1415. TUTTLE COAL CO., 2409-2410 Union-Central Bldg., Main 703-704, Mr. C. E. Tuttle, Vice-Pres. and Gen'l. Mgr., Mr. O. O. Smith, Mgr. of Sales. COLLEGES QUEEN CITY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, Lyric Theater Bldg., Second Floor, Canal 1082, Depart- ment of Wilmington College. CONCRETE CINDERS CONCRETE CINDER COMPANY, Carload lots in limited quantities, 627 Union Trust Bldg., Blain 774. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS JOHN COBURN, 2011 Florence Ave., near Reading Road, Canal 2142. H. C. STANFORTH 8: CO., New Oakley Bank Bldg., Madison Road and Public Square, Ridge 3249. C. A. BARTLETT CO., CTeaming and all kinds of trucking, brick hauling a specialtyl, 5134 Hunter Ave., Norwood, Ridge 1780. KIRCHNER CONSTRUCTION CO., 221 West 9th St., Canal 1846. G M. MARCUS BLDG. CO., Bodman Bldg., Main St., above 6th, 2031 Reading Road, Canal 1212- 1213. MAX PENKER 8: SONS, 1920 Vine St., Canal 1242. CHAS. V. MAESCHER 8a CO., 619 Hunt St. and Reading Road, Canal 111. THE FERRO CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION gg., Richmond and Harriet Sts., West 4180-4181- 1 2. THE GEORGE B. CURD CO., Highland Ave., Norwood, Ridge 197, CContractors of Railway Equipment.l P. B. WARNER, Culloms Station, Warsaw 1778, CContractor's Equipment.D CONFECTIONERS CANDYLAND, Home-made Candy and Ice Cream, 21218 1Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1 - . ATHENS CONFECTIONERY, 509 Benson St., Reading, Valley 520-R. L. C. GRAETER, 967 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 919, Ice Creams and Home-made Candies. METROPOLITAN CONFECTIONERY CO., 4631 Main Ave., Norwood, Ridge 732. THE JOHN MULLANE CO., Fine Candies and Ice Cream, made with Loving Care, 4 West Fourth St., Main 2181. ROBT. H. PUTMAN CANDY CO., 226 East Fifth St., Canal 3305, 507-09 Walnut St., Canal 1348, 104 East Fourth St., Main 348, 628 Vine St., Cana 1408. QUALITY CORNER ICE CREAM PARLOR, 9th and York Sts., Newport, South 1386-X. SARROS BROS., Fine Candy and Ice Cream, 328 West Fifth St., Canal 3819-R. CONFECTIONERS, MANUFACTURERS THE AROMINT MFG. CO., 1638-1644 Central Ave., West 4118. THE DOSCHER BROS CO., 9-15 West Canal St., Canal 2599, Retail Store, 152 West Fifth St. THE GEORGE AST CANDY CO., 929-931 Main St., Canal 4507-4508. QLEEEN ECITY CONFECTION CO., 644 Main St., ana . REINHART 8: NEWTON, 214 Vine St., Main 1585- 1586. COFFEE THE J. HENRY KOENIG CO., Packers of Silver Sea Products, 213-215 Vine St., Main 1545-1546. COLLEGE SOCIETIES ALPHA NU SIGMA FRATERNITY, 2048 Auburn Ave., Mt. Auburn, Avon 4096-L. KAPPA SIGMA PI, Boys Fraternity, 2326 Auburn Ave., Mt. Auburn, Avon 4253, David H. Jemlson, Grand Chaplain. . PHI DELTA THETA FRATERNITY, 2667 High- land Ave., Avon 5557. SIGMA THETA FRATERNITY, of Eclectic Medi- cal College, 530 West 7th St., West 2738-Y. COLLECTIONS LYON ADJUSTMENT CO., 309 Second National ' 88. Bank Bldg., Canal OLIVER 8a KENT, Commercial Collections, 405-6 United Bank Bldg., Main 2137, Settlements, Adjustments and Commercial Collections Only. ERS ADJUSTMENT CO 820 First National POW ., Bank Bldg. , Business and Credit Counselors, ' t' t' Credit, Adjustment Collections, Inves iga ions, Settlements and Liquidations, Main 2297. CONSULTING ENGINEERS CHAS. W. SKINNER, 1001 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 4850. COPPERSMITHS BRIGHTON COPPER WORKS, Coppersmiths, 2160 Western Ave., West 2927. HOFFMAN-AHLERS CO., 828-830 East Pearl St., Canal 3357. CORN MILLERS PERIN BROS., Millers, White and Yellow Corn Products, 14-20 East Front St., Main 632-633. CORSET MANUFACTURERS HYGIENE coRsET FACTORY, 24 west 12th st., Canal 1630-Y. CORRUGATED METAL CULVERT PIPES NEWPORT CULVERT CO., 10th and Lowell Sts., Newport, South 5620. CORRUGATED SHIPPING BOXES INDIANA FIBRE PRODUCTS COMPANY, Marion, Ind., Frank T. Smith, Dist. Sales Mgr., 206 East Fifth St., Canal 1231. COTTON GOODS COMMISSION MERCHANTS THE PUTNAM-HOOKER CO., 101-103 East Third St. COTTON AND SILK MATTRESSES THE STEARNS 8: FOSTER CO., Wyoming and Williams Ave., Lockland, Valley 700. CREOSOTED WOOD BLOCKS COMPRESSED WOOD PRESERVING CO., 4665 Spring Grove Ave., Park 338, Office, Winton Bank Bldg., Spring Grove Ave., CUT GLASSWARE THE PHILLIPS GLASS CO., 1725 Central Ave., West 870. CUTTING GAS AND EQUIPMENT CARBO HYDROGEN CO. OF AMERICA, Front and Mills Sts., West 4698. COMPLIMENTS Compliments of a Friend. Compliments of Rev. Maxwell B. Long, 3551 Michi- gan Ave., Hyde Park. Compliments of a Friend. Compliments of S. D. Rouse, 401-404 First National Bank Bldg., Covington. Compliments of a Friend. Compliments of Frederich C. Nerish, State Ave. and Ernst St., West 1847. Compliments of Dr. Sidney Lange. Compliments of Dr. Wm. Jordan Taylor, 22 Vindon- issa Bldg. Compliments of Mr. Geo. E. Mills. l318l '51,-'gg 'Q 3 . NS o ,Q all ISLE The , if-,Es n.,,,.,s. My . In I Ta 1 ll 1 'Www A lhihdg J Quinta It nw' Il", A g :ga .25 I I galil' D DAIRY SUPPLIES THE OHIO CREAMERY Kr DAIRY SUPPLY CO., 124 West Third St., Main 1098. DEALERS IN WASTE MATERIAL I. HIRSCHBERG SONS, 1164-66 Dayton St.' VV t , es 1806. DECORATORS A' H. STEVENSON, 2583 Trevor Place, Fairmount, West 4445, West 2602-Y. DENTISTS H. M. CORMANY, 1562 Chase Ave., N. S., Park 155. Lag. CUMMINS, Sixth and Walnut Sts., Canal 76. JUAN P. DORTICUS, 425 East Third St., Main 522. C. S. McDOWELL, 23 Cambridge Bldg., Sixth and Race Sts Canal 4 ., 194 HENRY E. GERMANN, 717 Gwynne Bldg., Canal 467. RAYMOND P. HOCK, 2202 Central Ave., Brighton, West 4302. J. R. JOHNSTON, Main and Sherman Ave., Nor- wood, Ridge 560. JUDGE 8z MORRIS, 4006 Hamilton Ave., N. S., Park 1439. M. L. KELLING, 3520 Harrison Ave., Cheviot, Warsaw 1733. SUSIE MCGARRY, 400 Provident Bank Bldg., Canal 683. GEORGE NERISH, 1909 Elm St., Canal 47. JOS. H. NUXOLL, 77 Groton Bldg., 7th and Race Sts., Canal 319. SAMUEL RABKIN, 24 Leverone Bldg., 7th and Vine Sts., Canal 2090. A. G. ROSE, 2344 Auburn Ave., Mt. Auburn, Ofiice Hours, 8-12 a.m., 2-6 p. m., Avon 1027. DR. SHOBERS QUEEN CITY DENTISTS, 43 West Fifth St., Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock, Main 3280. J. A. STUNTEBECK, 22 West 7th St., Canal 624. ROBERT G. TOPMOELLER, 1009 Union Central Bldg., Main 4224. H. R. TRUMAN, 1701 Vine St., Canal 1261-L. H. W. UFFMANN, 1207 Main St., Canal 1068. JOHN P. WEAVER, 203 Durner Bldg., Walnut Hills, 2453 Gilbert Ave., Woodburn 1627. A. F. WOEST, 12th and Vine Sts., Canal 1294. DEsKs ' C. LOTH, 520-22 East Pearl St., Canal 5272. DICTAPHONES, GRAFANOLAS , COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE CO., Grafanolas, Records, Dictaphones, 427-429 West Fourth Ave., Main 3620-3621. DIE MAKERS AND MACHINISTS CRESCENT TOOL COMPANY, Second and Elm A Sts., Main 1894. DRESSMAKERS CLARE D. ANDRIOT, 1207 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 3999. ROSE BISSMEYER, 505 Andrews Bldg., Fifth and Race Sts., Main 4100. I M. SCHRADER, Walnut and Gano Sts., Canal 1631. MRS. L. C. SMITH, 706 East Ridgeway Ave., Avon 942. DRUGGISTS. RETAIL WM. F. AVERBECK, 3005 West Sixth St., Sedams- ville, Warsaw 523-675. t J. F. BLUMENTHAL, Clinton Springs Ave. and Reading Road, Avon 3461. 13191 DRUGCISTS. RETAIL-Continued BLUMENTHAUS PHARMACY, Nassau and Sin ton Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1069, Burnet and Erkenbrecher, Avon 389. F. M. CRANVFORD, 214 Broadway St., Main 407. GEORGE J. DILLHOFF, Sullivan and Delmar Sts.- Avon 4510. ' DOW'S 22 Retail Stores, Gen'l. Office, 9th and Broad- way Sts., Cincinnati, Norwood, Elmwood, Car- thage, Covington and Newport. J. B. HORSLEY, 9th and Elm Sts., Canal 1578-1579. THOS. S. JORDAN, 8th and Mt. Hope Road, Price Hill, VVarsaw 2002-2001. KELLER, St. Clair and Jefferson Ave., Avon A. W. KISPERT, 4018 Glenway Ave., Price Hill, Warsaw 1644-1645. PHARMACY, Sixth and Elm Sts., Canal LEOPOLD KUSNICK, 3410 Liston Ave and River- side, Warsaw 111. L. K. LIGGETTS, 411 Race St., Main 2136. MINSTERMAN'S PHARMACY, McMillan and Laredo Sts., VValnut Hills, Woodburn 1064-63. WlNgblVIUHLBERG'S SONS, Race and Elder, Canal B.4.g.6PARDICK, Liberty and Linn Sts., l1Vest 455- SAN MARCO PHARMACY, Woodburn and Madi- son Road, Woodburn 1056. LOUIS H. SCHWIENHER, Clarion and Montgom- ery Aves., Woodburn 3000-3001. THEO. SCHMIDT, Wheeler and Warner Aves., Clifton Heights, West 569-570. SERODINO'S PHARMACY, Main and Sherman Aves., Norwood, Ridge 1-2, Ridge 152. N. E. SMITH, Highland and McMillan St., Mt. Auburn, Avon 3270-3271. R. J. STIER, Clifton Ave. and McMillan St., Clifton Heights, West 3313. JULIUS STEPHAN, 312 Ludlow Ave., Clifton, Avon 1987, Avon 1088. WARD'S PHARMACY, Hartwell and Anthony Wayne Ave., Hartwell, Valley 398. WII,ITE'S PHARMACY, 119 Calhoun St., Avon I 56. HARRY E. WINTERING, 3940 Spring Grove Ave., Park 352. DRUGGISTS. WHOLESALE HALE JUSTIS 8: CO., 243 Walnut St., Main 3639, Main 3638. LLOYD BRO., Court and Plum Sts., Canal 461. ALFRED VOGELER DRUG CO., 217-225 East Sixth St., Canal 4990. DRY GOODS, RETAIL THE JOHN R. COPPIN CO., 7th and Madison Sts., Covington, Ky., South 512, Northern Kentucky's Greatest Department Store. MRS. KATHERIN HUGO, Dry Goods, Candies, Ice Cream, School Supplies, Cigars and Tobacco, 250 Warner St., Clifton Heights, West 363-L. THE WM. WINDHORST CO., Main and 12th Sts., Headquarters for Stout Models, Canal 4094-4095. DRY CLEANERS BENZOL, SEHN, WUERDEMAN, 2243 Gilbert Ave., Woodburn 32. FENTON DRY CLEANING Ka DYEING CO., 3201 Reading Road, Avon 70. DYERS AND LAUNDRY MACHINERY THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO., Ross and Section Aves., Norwood, O., Ridge 1190. DYNAMO AND MOTOR MANUFACTURERS FAIRBANKS, MoRsE al CO., 347 West Fourth St.: Main 2613. E EDITORS CHARLES YV. BARNES, Oiiice, 420 Plum St., Res., 45 S. Warwick Bldg., Reading Road, Avondale, Avon 1471-X. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES THE ELECTRIC SHOP, 405 Race St., Main 1332. STROMBERG ELECTRIC CO., 2109 Union Cen- tral Bldg., Manufacturers Electrically-Operated Apparatus for Time Systems. THE NATIONAL PLASTIC RELIEF CO., 328- 330 Main St., Main 2259. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC 8: MFG. CO., 1104 Traction Bldg., Main 2185. FORMICA INSULATION CO., 3240 Spring Grove Ave., Park 880. BEEDLE EQUIPMENT CO., 1309-10 Union Trust Bldg., Main 85., Circuit Breakers, Controllers, Instruments, Engines and Pumps. BUCKEYE EQUIPMENT CO., 26 West Third St., Main 3197. MECHANICAL APPLIANCE .CO.,. Makers of Watson Motors, 605 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 145. B. A. WESCHE ELECTRIC CO., 327 East Sixth St., Canal 4967 4966. THE F D LAWRENCE ELECTRIC CO 217 219 West Fourth St Private Branch Exchange Main 443 THE POST GLOVER ELECTRIC CO 308 West Fourth St Main 3 ELECTRICIANS C BAUMANN ELECTRIC CO 1639 Vine St Canal 2852 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS STANDISH ELECTRIC CO John E Devere Pres P H Standish Genl Mgr 801 Union Central Bldg Main 3268 ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION RENO KAETKER ELECTRIC CO 701 Gerke Bldg Canal 1647 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND REPAIRING WHITTLE COOK ELECTRIC CO 310 East Third St Main 661 FLECTRIC GRINDERS THE STANDARD ELECTRICAL TOOL CO THE U S ELECTRICAL TOOL CO 2488 2490 West Sixth St Warsaw 708 ELECTRICAL AND STEAM HEATING STEWART PAUL 8: CO 604 First National Bank Bldg Main 255 2662 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS CINCINNATI ELECTRICAL REPAIR CO 322 Sycamore St Main 2183 ELECTRO PLATES ENGHAUSER PLATING CO 16th and Russel Sts Covington Kx South4103 FLEC PRO MEDICAI INSTITUTION DR GEO F HERMANN Greenwood Bldg Sixth md Vine Sts Canal 2763 TLP I 'I ROTH PERS RAPID ELECTROTYPE CO Advertisers Block Plum and Canal Sts Canal 3379 3518 ELEVATORS. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER JAMES H. CURRAN ELEVATOR CO., 114-16 West Second St., Main 708. THE NATIONAL ELEVATOR MFG. CO., 112-124 Opera Place, Canal 923, Warsaw 437-X. THE H. J. REEDY CO., 11-13-15 West Second St., Main 808. I WARNER ELEVATOR MFG. CO., 2613-31 Spring Grove Ave., West 1002. EMBROIDERY ARCADE NEE , ' , CHAS. E. SUTTON 8: CO., Linen and Fancy Goods Art Needle Vvork, 621 Walnut St., Canal 4949. E. M. KOCH, Embroidery and Hemstitching, 103 Neave Bldg., Main 2442. DLE SHOP 24 Arcade' Main 2131. ENGINEERS FREDERIC . , U Engineer, Specializing in Coal, 504 Union Central Bldg., Main 1248. ' 8: GEO WRIGHT Consulting and E. M. CHASE . , Contracting Engineers, 825 Union Central Bldg., Main 1758-1759. WALTER G. FRANZ, Consulting Engineer, 1703 Union Trust Bldg., Main 1143-1144. RELIANCE ENGINEERING CO., Consulting and Constructing Engineers, 312 Fourth National Bank Bldg Main 1801 K P BAYLES Consulting Mining ENGRAVERS JAS MURDOCK CO Rubber and Metal W Stamps 116 Opera Place Canal 3498 EXPRESS DEI IVERY COMPANIES CUMMINSVILLE AND CINCINNATI MOTOR Pl N S Park DELIVERY 4273 Williamson ace 2074 MILLCREEK VALLEY TRANSFER CO Jefferson Ave St Bernard Avon 3487 PRASSE S EXPRESS Auto Truck Service to Auburn Corryville and Clifton 3112 Scioto Avon 2416 ZEIGLER S EXPRESS 3733 Colerain Ave Park 436 EXCHANGES EXCHANGE Lunch and Tea Room WOMAN S Fancy Articles and Edibles for Sale 113 115 West Fourth St Main 209 210 EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT S J GOLDBERG M D 19 West Seventh St Canal 710 Hrs 11a m 12m 2 4p m Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings 6 7 30 p m FACTORY EQUIPMENT THE E A KINSEY CO Machinery and Factory Supplies 335 West Fourth St Main 4492 FERTILIZER GLUE AND TALLOW THE JOSLIN SCHMIDT CO Bank Ave St Ber nard Avon 1795 3223 Spring Grove Ave Park 1700 Grover Fertilizer Works Lockland O FEATHERS HAIR AND COTTON GOODS WHOLESALE THE P R MITCHELL CO Harrison Ave and Spring Grove Ave West 3244 3245 FENCF BLILDERS AND MANUFACTURERS DAVIS 8: SIEHL CO QAll Kinds Da Sie C Qualityj 4032 Hamilton Ave Park 908 907 TIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES CINCINNATI EQUITABLE FIRE INSURANCE CO 38 East Third St Main 3318 l320l I . . . ., ' ' s . . ., . 'Y Y . - ' ,, -5 ' . . ., , S - ,. ., ' ., J 7 , - -5 ., 311 , Y-, - . , ., . , . . -9 - - . , - -, , ' , Mt. -v - , 9 Slkj 3 I ' , , ., . - 4 I 5 Y ., . , . I 1 ' r 4 - , - ., ' . . - " , ., . , . . , . ., .g L, , . .- .., - . .,., , , - . . . '7 York St. and Western Ave., West 1093. .I . ,, - F ., . l . . ., . - ., ' ' , -s . ., - . . 7 ' ' --x '1 " ' 5 3.. -3 l . J 9 , , . ., . 1 I F 4 I , . . . V . 'V l - - ., . --'v v .-v - .5 - . J ' T ' A 1 A Y I . ' ' I ' . . 1 . H -7 '7 Q ., O, ' " ' , ' ., - . 4 . , . , 4 . . . , , , I , I 4 4 ' - , , 1 .'l . -,. ' ., .. .. , A, -3 ' our L O., 114,16 I bemnd SL: 13431 Spring 2131. '93lil9-19. ' mama. 103 Mining -wa Central and -mira! Bldg., 26120. 1703 'Insulting md r and Metal IS. ATI 3l0fl'0R r,X.S.:Pxrk IR CO, 311 Lk-57. invite to Sit. 12 Scioto St.: 1103 PAYH35- ni Tn lbw. .H3-U9 WUT : Snark SLS 1. I-C ,www ,mgfmw 51- Bef' 3,312.1 PM had, 0. N GDODS1 d wa Ave. 39 wigs fl 1597 - Sie CO. GCE silffr 'NL- y. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS THE FYR-FYTER COMPANY, A Fyr-Fyter for every purpose, approved by Underwriters Labora- tories, Inc., 210 Lincoln Inn Court, Canal 60. FLAG MANUFACTURERS U. S. FLAG CO., 329 Lock St., Canal 3099. FLAVORING EXTRACTS WM. RIPPEY, 126 East Second St., Main 141. FLORISTS GEO. ESPENSCHEID, 956 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 5389-L. EDWARD A. FORTER, 128 West Fourth St., Main 1874. BEN T. GEORGE, Artistic Floral Designs, 2803 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1222. L. M. KRESKEN, 803 Vine St., Canal 420. PARADISE FLORAL SHOP, 5 West Seventh St., Canal 590. W. C. SCHAEFER FLORAL CO., White, near Queen City, West 562. THADEN FLOWER SHOP, 2511 Gilbert Ave., Peebles Corner, Woodburn 1320. FRANK A. VOLZ, Wedding Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Blooming Plants, House Decorations, Ferns, Funeral Flowers, etc., Dina Ave., Cheviot, Warsaw 850. F LOUR MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS THE DORSEL CO., INC., Manufacturers of "Seal of Kentucky Flour," "Miles of Smiles," 1110 Mon- mouth St., Newport, South 1465-1466. HENRY NAGEL :Ez SON, 2168 McLean Ave., West 444 FLY SCREEN MANUFACTURERS WESTERN FENCE AND WIRE GOODS CO., Blue Ash Ave., Blue Ash, O., Ash 55. F OUN DRIES THE BOLLMAN WILSON FOUNDRY CO., 506 East Front St., Canal 3080-3081. JOHN J. BRUCE FOUNDRY CO., 2421 Colerain Ave., West 26. THE ELMWOOD CASTINGS CO., Gray Iron Castings, Murray Road, St..Bernard, Valley 1091. THE JOHN B. MORRIS FOUNDRY CO., Court, Harriet, Richmond and Vogt Sts., West 4350. - THE PEERLESS FOUNDRY CO., Mfg. Light Gray Iron Castings, Carthage and Township Aves., Elmwood, Valley 1436. l THE WESSLING BROS. FOUNDRY CO., Liberty and McLean Aves., West 672. FRATERNAL INSURANCE . DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA BENEFIT, A. S. Bossong, Gen'l. Sec., 702 State Ave., West 2296. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ENGEL 8: ROSS, George and Elm Sts., Canal 3934. RATH 85 CO., 139 Sycamore St., Main 3425. FRUITS, WHOLESALE JOS. GENTILE Sz CO., 232 West Sixth St., Canal 5555-5556. ' FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, WHOLESALE P. BROOKS Sr CO., We specialize in Lirnes, Lemons and Spanish Onions, 61 Main St., Main 59. FUNCK BROS. CO., 228-230 West Sixth St., Canal 2227. . L. F. GLOYSTEIN KL CO., 108 East Front St., Main 2096. . , CHAS. C. OYLER Kr SON, Car-Lot Distributors, 212-214 West Sixth St., Canal 4572-4573. I3211 FUNERAL DIRECTORS BRAND BROS., Efficient Service, 1959 Central Ave. West of Mohawk St., VVest 4683, Res. XVest 994-Y. CUNNINGHAM 811 DOBBLING, 241 Fairfield Ave ' South 41, 7th and York, Newport, South 3835. A. DEGENHART, 1706 Madison Road, 1Valnut H1lls, Woodburn 1570. HARRY F. AND CHAS. DONNELLY, 807 Madison Ave., Covington, South 1397. FRED A. ERSCHELL, 7th and York Sts., Newport, Ky., South 33. 'v JOS. HUTI-IS SON, 2547 Vine St., Avon 2161-2162. C-9gg.XIONES, 633 Scott St., Covington, South HENRY LINNEMAN Sa SONS, 25-27 East 11th St., Covington, Ky. CHAS. A. MILLER, Hamilton and Knowlton Sts., Park 41. SIEFKE SONS, Eighth and Linn Sts., West J. J. SULLIVAN, Funeral Parlors, 235 Fourth St., Branch Offices convenient to all suburbs, Garages, 421 Central Ave., and Hyde Park Auto Station, Michigan Ave., Hyde Park, Automobile Ambulance and Funeral Equipments. A. M. VORHIS, 312 Dunn St., Lockland, Valley 63. J. WALTER WRENN, 620 John St., Canal 1453-Y. JAMES E. HAWTHORNE, 44 North Main St., Mt. Healthy, Mt. Healthy 145. FURRIER LONDON FUR CO., 1071 Central Ave.,iWest 3376. FURNACES W. T. DALY, 1703 Madison Road, near Hackberry, Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1265. THE MACLEOD CO., Metallurgical Furnaces for Annealing, Case Hardening and Forging, 2232-2236 Bogen St., West 4378. THE WILLIAMSON HEATER CO., CWarm-Air, Hot-Water and Steam Heatj 337-339 West Fifth St., Main 1212. G GALVANIZED IRON WARE F. H. LAWSON CO., Whately and C. H. 8: D. Ry., West 1953. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS WM. KLAPPERT Sa co., 1401 First National Bank Bldg., Main 1572-1573. GENERAL PRODUCE, FRUITS AND VEGETA- BLES A. WITZENBACHER, 322 West Court st., Canal 177. , GLASS, WINDOW AND PLATE THE WM. GLENNY GLASS CO., 10-16 West Com- merce St., Main 4561-4562. GOLD REF INERS CINCINNATI GOLD AND SILVER REFINING CO., 206 Post Square, Canal 944. GRAIN AND COAL DEALERS ' B. H. WESS GRAIN 8: COAL CO., Spring Trglgove and Mitchell Aves., Park 158-159. GROCERS, RETAIL JOHN ACKENHAUSEN, Verne and Robertson , kl , R'd 2764. A1iE,5eI,BqA?T5C,HA: Sggl Clinton St., West 2144-X. MR. B. H. BERTKE, 1631 Hoffner St., Park 260-Y. MR. JACOB BEATSCH, 11th and Monmouth St., Newport, Ky., South 4699-L. , FRANK BLUDAN, Colerain and Queen City Ave., West 1115. 1 A- -...-- -- it ill fl Q? Q. V l ETAIL Continued GROCERS. R -4 . WM. BRUESTLE, 9th and Crescent Ave., Coving- - S uth 1348-X. d. Road, 13011, 0 URTNEY BROS., 2041-2043 Ma reon Cfevalnut Hiuss Woodburn 270-271-272. St 1 THE FOLTZ GROCERY OO., 7 East werer .. HA!IR1R1Y402??ERWE, 7th and Cutter Sts., West GROSS, Manchester and Klotter Aves., Clifton Heights, West 1449-L. B d. LOUIS HERMAN, 4437 Tower Ave., St. ernar , Miloggizlrgfb HERTHEL, 3033 Jefferson Ave., Avon 4371-4372. O F1 THE KROGER GROCERY Sz BAKING C ., or- ence Ave and Eden Park Entrance, Canal 4590- GEO. L. LANGHORN, 4707 Hamilton Ave., North ' - 864-X. L1EN1GEP?zrllVIOHRHOFF,Ogkley end Edward sos., - 'd 825-82 . Hyde Park' R1 ge so Avon 5593 HARD LEHN, 2216 V' e .5 - IVIIEJADER Sz ELSTRO, 1144 Calhoun St., West 59. AHB-ERT MEYER, 20 West 12th sn., Canal 5052. HENRY MUNDHENK gl SON, N. W. Cor. Race and Elder, Canal 440. ' ZANDERS GROCERY, 2270 Vine St., Avon 1456-R. GROCERS, WHOLESALE B. BRUNS BROS. GROCERY CO., 49 Race St., Main 1877. THE COLTER CO., 535 Reading Road, Canal 1160. ESTERMAN VERKAMP CO., 2d and Main Sts., Main 1313. , H . HAIR DRESSERS DORA E. McCOLLUM, Hair Specialist, Manicurist and Chiropodist, 404 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 1699. CURRY'S HAIR PARLOR, Shampooing, Scalp Treatments, Marcel Waving our Specialty, Mani- curing, Hair Bobbing, 923 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1139. HAIR GOODS IDEAL HAIR SHOP, A Complete Line of Ladies Hair Goods, Gentlemen's Wigs and Toupees, 307 5 Glenn Bldg., 5th and Race Sts., Main 4231. MRS. BESSIE MONEY, 615 Carlisle Ave., West 4158-R. - MISS B. E. SCHNEIDER, 406 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 4643. HARDWARE FERDINAND DOEPKE, 2904 Vine St., Corryvilleg Avon 1622. V.TI:,T61SDEIXiOI1II SUPPLY CO5 Listing Slglachinists' . anu ac urer ' ' Ave., Canal 3549. S upp les' 6 Central ECONOMY HARDWARE Sr ELECTRIC CO. 212 West McMillan St., Hughes Corner, West 2840-L. EVANS BROS., Hardware, Cutlery, Tools and Sport- ing Goods, 5th and Elm Sts., Main 2505. LINDEMANN HARDWARE Sz ROOFING CO. Hardware and Cutlery, All Kinds of Roof and Fur: nace Repairs, 2620 Vine St., Avon 1103. Tlggg. B. SCHRODER CO., 133 East 5th St., Main THE JOHN WEIGEL OO. - . Wgvggtgjglgggg. , 664 East McMillan St., HARDWARE CO. Ave., Woodburn 1156. i 2723 Woodburn HARDWOOD FLOORS STANLEY JACOBS FLOOR O - Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 333.1966 Fairfax HATS AND CAPS CHAS. TOBIAS, BRO. 85 CO., Pugh Bldg., Canal 3343. HAULING Sz C HAULAGE CO Dump-Truck Hauling Our C. . -, Specialty, 404 East Pearl St., Canal 363. HAY, GRAIN, "TUXEDO" AND OTHER FEEDS THE EARLY Xa DANIEL CO., 35 Carew Bldg., Main 662, Covington Branch, 159 Pike St., South 13. HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS THE OLIVER SCHLEMMER CO., Steam and Water Heating, 1050-1060 Hulbert Ave., West 1705. GIBSON SCHLEMMER PLUMBING CO., 1050- 1060 Hulbert Ave., West 1705. HIDES THE L. WISE 8: BROS. CO., Dealers in Hides, Furs and Woolsf, 36 Main St., Main 1434. HOME ECONOMICS MRS. MARTHA JONES, The United States Gov- ernment Extension Agent in Home Economics, 417 Walnut St., Main 2518. HONEY AND PEANUT BUTTER THE FRED. W. MUTH CO., 229 Walnut St., Main 3614. HORSE NAILS r CAPEWELL HORSE NAIL CO., 614 Sycamore St., Canal 213. , HOTELS ALTAMONT SPRINGS HOTEL CO., European Plan, Catering to Ladies' Luncheons and Card- Parties, Bivouac Ave., Ft. Thomas, Hiland 820. BARKER HOUSE, 9th and Monmouth Sts., New- port, Ky., South 4168. THE BURNET HOUSE, 3d and Vine Sts., Main 2792. ' THE BROADWAY HOTEL, Meals 35c or 95.00 per week. 320 Broadway St., Main 3926. FRANCES O. CRAVENS, 266 Senator Place, Clif- ton, Avon 1022. THE GRAND HOTEL, 4th and Central Ave. and 3d St., Main 4254. HOTEL HAVLIN, Geo. W. Martin, Pres., Vine and Opera Place, Canal 3780. MARTZ, Augusta, Ky., Hiland 708-R. HOTEL METROPOLE, Geo. W. Martin, Mgr., 609 Walnut St., Canal 5100. HOTEL SINTON, John L. Horgan, Mgr., 4th and Vine Sts., Main 3520. HOSPITALS THE GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL, Clifton and Dixmyth Ave., Clifton, Avon 4895. HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS THE BOOTH MEMORIAL r and Kennedy Sts., Covington, Ky., South 1765-3 Night Phone, South 2887. i OPPORTUNITY FARM FOR'GIRLS, Wiiiggn Rd., HOSPITAL Second near Springfield Pike, Wyoming, Valley . th Treat- THE ROCKHILL SANATORIUM, For e. ment of Tuberculosis, Indian Hill, Madisoiivglle 1352 e e SCARLET OAKS SANATORIUM, a SY 2 Clifton' Avon 3454. W t 2605- SEZTAEJEQ HOSPITAL, 618 West Sixth se., es HOUSES, READY CUT AND PORTABLE NORWOOD SASH 82 DOOR MFG. CO., Millwork Norwood, Ohio, Ridge 2155. H1221 l i I l s I 1 s l l l l 3 i 1 l i 1 i l ,laguna l no 1 5 l :Url , ' .lx "fx-1 313, with z ,uv-ww 5134: . n""'3l M , , Y I Swv A-"5 .. ul pl' ,aff at "' '35 fre 4' if Q 'fgifi 4 .,f,' 372, . I . 1 Q' uf r'v"'L uf' ,M if g l W M1 'Q HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES EHMANN HOME OUTFITTING CO., Furniture, Rugs, Refrigerators and Gas Stoves, Prices in 22111 Figures, Liberal Credit 1520 Vine St., Canal AUGUST POPPE, 1611 Elm St.: Canal 1391-L. BELRQARD A. SCHLEUTER, 1712 Elm St.: Canal I ICE MANUFACTURERS CITY ICE DELIVERY CO., 3220 Jefferson Ave., Avon 5300, Mr. Cullen, Secretary and Treasurer. ICE CREAM J. BELSER, 1025 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 550. ICE CREAM CONES JOHN CALIA, 127 East Canal St., Canal 5548, Ice Cream Cones a Specialty. ICE CREAMS AND CANDIES ARCADIA, 838 West 8th St., West 4190. D. PODESTA 8x CO., 3509 Reading Road, Avondale. KALOMERES BROS., Laurel and Linn Sts., West 1222-Y, 7th and Central, Canal 1445-L. MRS. ANNETTE SAMSON, 3343 Vine St., Avon 2674-L. STEVENS CONFECTIONERY, 2603 Vine St., Avon 2282-R. INKS ECONOMY INK CO., 648 East McMillan St., Wal- nut Hills, Woodburn 4091. INSURANCE AGENTS THE F. A. BUCHANAN CO., 30 East Sixth St., Newport, Ky., South 331, 312 Johnston Bldg., Main 2384. L. D. DREWRY Sz CO., State Agents The Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., of Newark, N. J., 5th Floor Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 1694. JOS. M. GANTZ,,Gen. Agent Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co., 203-4 Gwynne Bldg., Canal 4496. MORRIS H. ISAACS, The Man with the Service, 1204 First National Bank Bldg., Main 447. JAMES R. MILLIKAN, Gen. Agent Fidelity Kr Casualty Co. of N. Y., 803 First National Bank Bldg., Main 2100-2101. SHERMAN WILLIAMS, Special Loan Agt. of The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co., 1408 Union Trust Bldg., Main 1324. INSURANCE C. O. GENSEL Ka CO., 1319 First National Bank Bldg., Main 399. INTER-OCEAN CASUALTY CO., Health and Accident Insurance, 819 Union Central Bldg., Main 2649. LAWRENCE C.WITTEN, Manager Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co., 1634 Union Trust Bldg., Main 215. A. R. WITHAM INSURANCE AGENCY CO., Fire, Tornado and All Branches of Insurance, 511 Fourth National Bank Bldg., Main 2084. INVESTMENT SECURITIES ANDREWS 8: CO., 420 Gwynne Bldg., Canal 5183. WM. R. COMPTON CO., 305 Union Trust Bldg., Main 2670. CHANNER Xt SAWYER, 505 Union Trust Bldg., Main 767. , , FEIBEL BROS. CO., Investment Securities and Municipal Bonds, 707 Mercantile Library Bldg.: Main 1985. I I , W. T. HUNTER 8.: CO., Members of Cincinnati Stock Exchange, 1014 Union Central Bldg., Main 987. We deal only in high grade securities. A STACY 8: BRAUN, 522 Union Central Bldg., Main 2630. I RON FENCES THE STEXVART IRON XVORKS FO., Plain and Ornamental Fences and Entrance Gates, 17th and Madison Ave., Covington, Ky., South 1985. IRON AND STEEL THE BOURNE-FULLER CO., Front and Smith Sts., Main 232-1. CINCINNATI IRON Xt STEEL CO., Front St. and Freeman Ave., West 1696. THE ISAAC JOSEPH IRON CO., 525 Reading Road, Canal 5800. E. K. MORRIS 8x CO., Factory Supplies, 311-313- 315-317 West Second St., Main 1525. THE STACY BROS. GAS CONSTRUCTION VO., 5535 Carthage Ave., Elmwood, Valley 1130. IRON WORKS, STRUCTURAL AND ORNA- MENTAL THE GENERAL IRON WORKS CO., Front and Harriet Sts., West 4294-4295. J JEWELERS. MANUFACTURING MECHLENBERG Kr GERHARDT, Miami Bldg., Fifth and Elm Sts., Canal 4166, Manufacturers of Fraternity Jewelry. THE MILLER JEWELRY CO., Greenwood Bldg., Sixth and Vine Sts., Canal 4019. JEWELERS. RETAIL THE CHAS. D. BAKER CO., 146 East Fourth St., Main 2353. DORNSEIFER JEWELRY CO., Diamonds, Watch- es, Jewelry, 4012 Hamilton Ave., Goods sold on easy weekly payments, expert repairing. DORST CO., Third and Vine Sts., Main 2536. EDWARD F. KAELIN, 1823 Vine St., Canal 4956. EDWARD E. METZGER, 16 West Liberty St., Canal 4877. LOUIS NOELCKE, 977 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 2247-L, Watches and Clock Repairing a Specialty. JEWELERS, WHOLESALE OSKAMP-NOLTING CO., 26-30 West Seventh St., Canal 5440. RICHTER Kr PHILLIPS, 114 West Sixth St., Canal 3510. JOS. S. VOSS 8z SON CJ. S. Voss and E. C. Vossj, 18 West Seventh St., Canal 2817. JUNK DEALERS CUMMINSVILLE JUNK SHOP, 1696 Holfner St., North Side, Park 1357. LOUIS W. GATTO, 322 West Pearl St., Main 2550. L. 8: D. HIRSCHBERG, Longworth St., opp. Big Four Depot, Lockland, Valley 514. HOFFMAN Sz CO., Scrap and Waste Material, 308- 310 West Pearl St., Main 1555. J. LEVINE Kc CO., 1104 Oehler St., Office, 1212 Gest St., West 4619. NEW U. S. IRON Kc PAPER CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Scrap Iron, Paper, Wiping Rags and Metals, 226 East Second St., Main 1632. GEORGE NIEMAN, 707 Betts St., West 4735. NORWOOD IRON 8: METAL CO., 4530 Allison St., Norwood, Ridge 2489. K KNIT GOODS BACHARACH 8: LOEB, Second and Ludlow Sts., Canal 3690. L LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS THE W. A. NATORP CO., Moorman Ave. and Madison Road, Nursery Department, Reading Road, Woodburn 371. 13231 LADIES COATS AND SUITS, MANUFACTURERS THE CINCINNATI CLOAK Sz SUIT CO., 316-18 Race St., Main 128. BISHOF, STERNE Ka STEIN CO., Pugh Bldg., Canal 4030. THE PRINCESS GARMENT CO., 1013 Race St., Canal 5396, Manufacturers of Ladies and Childrens Ready-to-Wear Garments. MIT GARMENT CO 224 West Fifth St., SUM ., Canal 411, Ladies' Dresses and Skirts. LADIES FURNISHINGS MRS. FRIEDA BURKA, Seventh and Baymiller Sts., West 3380-L. MERIT CLOAK Sz SUIT CO., 105 West Fourth St., Ladies Tailored Cloaks and Suits, Main 3156. NIgf7g5YORK WAIST HOUSE, 612 Race St., Canal LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS LOUIS J. GOLDHOFF, 1413-1415 Vine St., Canal 4313-R, Extra Sizes Our Specialty. ISAAC WHITE, 2806 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 1992-X. LAUNDRIES THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY CO., Culvert and Pioneer Sts., Main 673. FAMILY LAUNDRY CO., N. E. Cor. Elder and Logan Sts., Canal 4633-L. GLOWKA'S HAND LAUNDRY, 3039 Highland Ave., Avon 1401. ' WALNUT HILLS LAUNDRY CO., 1022 Foraker Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 127. THE WET WASH LAUNDRY CO., 1924 Dana Ave., Woodburn 3356. LEATHER JOHN R. EVANS Sz CO., 811 Sycamore St., Canal 5227. OSCAR E. RUPP, 807 Sycamore St., Canal 2766. Kr WITTGENFELD, 304 Main St., Main LEATHER BELTING REGAL BELTING CO., 2520 Spring Grove Ave., West 4520-4521. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES COLUMBIA LIFE INS. CO., Seventh Floor, Rawson Bldg., Fourth and Elm Sts., Main 4487. CONNECTICUT GENERAL LIFE INS. CO., 419 Union Trust Bldg., Main 485. FISLER-BRODBERGER CO., 307 First National Bank Bldg., Main 1959. RALPH HOLTERHOFF, 918 Union Trust Bldg., Main 2947. HOME LIFE INS. CO. OF N. Y., W. A. R.Bruehl Kr Son, General Mgrs., 601-606 Fourth Nat'l Bank Bldg., Main 2002. THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF N. Y., Sixth Floor,.Union Trust Bldg., E. R. Ferguson, Mgr., Main 4670-4671. NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO., L. B. Dierkes, Agency Director, 1300 Traction Bldg., Main 493-494. OHIO NATIONAL LIFE INS. CO., Duttenhofer Bldg., Sixth and Sycamore Sts., Canal 350. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION GEORGE BLONG 8a CO., 3 Exchange Bldg., 3100 Spring Grove Ave., West 2617. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO., 3127 Spring Grove Ave., West 2487. LINEN PEERLESS LINEN SUPPLY CO., 531 East 12th St., Canal 2418. LITHOGRAPHERS DOERING BROS., Display Advertising Manufac- turers, 14 and Plum Sts., West 3909. LUMBER T. W. KEEVENY LUMBER CO., 1043-1045 West Eighth St., West 971. l H. W. MEIER, McMicken and Ohio Aves., Canal 54 . D?H.0MOUL LUMBER CO., 800 Provident Bank Bldg., Canal 3739. , FREIBERG LUMBER CO., CHardwoodD, Findlay and McLean Ave., and 1105 Union Trust Bldg., Main 4096, West 1426. SAMUEL ROHRER, Successor to Samuel Johnston, Richmond and McLean Aves., West 63. LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS E. E. BECK LUMBER CO., 714 Provident Bank Bld ., C l760. C. CIEANEIHZ CO., 1739 Eastern Ave., Canal 3567- 68-69. , JAMES GRIFFITH 8x SONS CO., Reading Road and East 12th St., Canal 2235. HYDE PARK LUMBER CO., Burch Ave. and N. KL W. Ry., Hyde Park, East 787. THE A. M. LEWIN LUMBER CO., Bank St. and McLean Ave., VVest 1805. I THE MOWBRAY 8: ROBINSON CO., Eighth and Horn Sts., West 4127. THE PIERSON LUMBER 8: COAL CO., Cor. Cooper and Cherry Sts., N. S., Park 465. L. W. RADINA LUMBER CO., Clark St. and Dalton Ave., West 130. , T LUMBER 8x VENEER CO 809 Union TALBER , -, , Central Bldg., Main 3789, Manufacturers of High- d d Lumber and Veneer Grade Har woo - , WOOD MOSAIC CO., INC., Carthage Pike near B. Sz O. Ry., St. Bernard, Avon 246. LUMBER, WHOLESALE DEALERS H. L. MICKLE LUMBER CO., CWholesale Yellow Pinej, 914 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 1056. , J. C. WEST LUMBER CO., 2413 Union Central Bldg., Main 3834. ' M MACHINISTS J. METZGER MFG. CO., 2165 McLean Ave., West 1428. MACHINERY IDEAL MACHINE Sz TOOL CO., 128-30 Opera Place, Canal 4479. , THOS. E. KENNEDY, 337 Main St., Main 2494. MACHINE TOOLS THE AMERICAN TOOL WORKS CO., N. W. Cor. Pearl and Eggleston Ave., Canal 4150. BOYE, Sz EMMES MACHINE TOOL CO., 2245 Spring Grove Ave., West 2098. CONWAY 8x CO., Friction Clutches, 2507 Beekman St., West 480. ' DRESSES MACHINE CO., 227 West McM1cken Ave., Canal 2751. THE MORRIS MACHINE TOOL CO., Court, Harriet, Richmond and Vogt Sts., West 4350. THE MUELLER MACHINE TOOL CO., 2427-29 Colerain Ave., West 2480. PRATT Kr WHITNEY CO., 338 West Fourth St., Main 3995-3996. RAHN LARMON CO., 2941 Spring Grove Ave., West 738. MACHINERY ENGINES ALVEY-FERGUSON CO., Manufacturers of Ma- gligrgery and Engines, North Ave., Oakley, Rldge THE J. H. DAY CO., Harrison Ave. and Bogen St., West 2826. ECONOMY MACHINE, 428-430 East Pearl St., Main 351. H5241 , . -Alt: gh'-1 bil-I 1515 nv w,,,,. en., M.. a'Ii5v."W np-Kwai!! ll- ,Q ig gf .5 nh' ,Wi FAM, H4 .itlguw In 11 mf' .5693 J' IV. 9 ,,,,,"'3.v""4 .. 945, .C ,F I gr swf' ,d W4 We ,Q it QNTJVK' lf" f Y' lf' vm ,Q MACARONI AND VERMICELLI THE FOULDS BRIGGS CO., 1224 VVest Eighth St., West 4802. MANTELS FOY Ak STARR CO., 336 Main St., Main 130. LAWTON MARBALGLAS CO., 241 Walnut St., Main 3904. WINSTON MANTEL TILE CO., Seventh and York Sts., Newport, Ky., South 1285. MEN'S CLOTHING THE BURKHARDT BROS. CO., Fourth St., opp. ijinton Hotel, Main 2390, "Correct Apparel for en." GREEN CO., 406--L08 Walnut St., Main LLOYDS CLOTHES SHOP, "Good Clothes for Men," Entire Second Floor over Family Theater, 524-528 Vine St., Canal 2409. THE MABLEY Sz CAREW CO., Cincinnati's Greatest Store, CIn the Heart of the Shopping Districtb, Fifth and Vine Sts., Canal 4040. MADE-RIGHT CLOTHING CO., 3047 Madison Road, Oakley, Ridge 2936, Elm and Main Sts., Norwood, Ridge 1042. MEN'S CLOTHING, WHOLESALE ABE BLOCH 8: CO., Manufacturing Clothiers, 810 Main St., Canal 3586. MEIXESSSUMMER CLOTHING, MANUFACTUR- L. R. MARKS 8x CO., Third and Race Sts., Main 23. MEN AND YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING THE MOCH BERMAN CO., Sixth Floor, Textile Bldg., Main 372. METAL SPECIALTIES DIAMOND METAL WEATHER STRIP CO., Metal Weather Strips and Fly Screens, 204 Lincoln Inn Court Bldg.: Canal 4634, W. E. Maddox, Mgr. DURBROW Sz OTTE, Lockers, Shelving and Filing Cases, 613 Elm Street, Canal 69. GOLDSMITH METAL LATH CO., Also Manufac- turers of Reinforced Concrete System, 53 Central Ave., Main 37. MONARCH TOOL 8: MFG. CO., 120 Opera Place, Canal 3698. MERCHANDISE BROKERS ISAAC BATES, 15 East Third St., Main 2289. EDWARD T. KLUM Sz SON, 16 East Second St., Main 1511. MAYNARD-MILLER CO., 123 East Second St., Main 1162. MEAT MARKETS CLEM L. BRAUNSTEIN, Groceries, Fresh and Smoked Meats, 7000 Carthage Pike, Valley 124. SAMUEL FISHER, 3465 Reading Road, Avondale, Avon 5252. W. O. HART, Sixth St. Market, Stall 2-4, Warsaw 1741-L, Canal 3936-L. BERNARD SCHOENFELD, 1114 Budd St., West 592. CHAS. C. SCHMID, 2812 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, VVoodburn 310. F. C. SCHNEIDER, 2114 Freeman Ave., West 1386-X. ADAM J. SETTELMAYER, 919 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 929. . LOUIS SI-IEANSHANG, Bellevue and Piedmont Sts., Mt. Auburn, Avon 1732. Q JOHN F. STEGNER, 13th and Main Sts., Canal 1246. MEATS. WHOLESALE JACOB BAUER'S SONS, 2870 Massachusetts Ave., Camp Washington, West 829. l325l AIILK AND CREAAI TOWNSENIYS I'lfRI'fST DAIRY I'li0lJI7I'TS, "Best for Baby-ISI-st for You," 1050 KH-ntrul YW-st 3-169-23767, East Ilranc-li, Madisonville I MILLIVORK AND OTIIER IILTILDINC MA- TERIAI. THE PEASE CO., -13--I5-17 John Sl., Alain S06-SUT, MINERAL VVATERS NENV YORK MINERAL XVATER CO., 822 Rich- mond St., XVest 727. MONUMENT DEALERS HENRY KISTNER CO., 1642 Vine St., Canal 1551. MOTOR CYCLES AMERICAN CYCLE REPAIR CO., 936 Linn St., West 2110-Y. MOTOR CYCLES AND ACCESSORIES MOTOR CYCLE SALES CO., 1525 Race St., Canal 3488. MULTIGRAPII LETTER SERVICE ACME LETTER SERVICE, 903 Union Central Bldg., Main 1489. MUSIC ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS PAUL SCHOB, 137 VVest Fourth St., Main 4279. OTTO ZIMMERMAN 8: SON, Fifth and Sycamore Sts., Main 2869. O OCULISTS, AURISTS ELLA G. I-IUNT, 107 Odd Fellows Temple, Canal 626. DR. EDNVARD H. THOMPSON, Class 99. ODORONO, MANUFACTURERS THE ODORONO CO., 947 Blair Ave., Avon 4398. OFFICE FURNITURE GLOBE-WERNICKE CO., 130 East FourthASt., Main 1221, Sectional Book Cases and Filing Cabinets. OILS THE AMERICAN COTTON OIL CO., 443 East Sixth St., Canal 3055. STANDARD OIL CO., Third Floor Gwynne Bldg., Canal 4893. OIL PROPERTIES D. A. DODGE Sz C. B. NVOODBURY, 805-806 Gerke Bldg. OPTOMETRISTS THE EMRIE OPTICAL CO., 436 Race St., Main 4335. ORCHESTRAS ESBERGER'S DANCE ORCHESTRA AND MILI TARY BAND, 968 Cleveland Ave., Avon 2312. ORTHODENTIST NVILSON FOSTER, 22 West Seventh St., Canal 154. OXY-ACETYLENE EQUIPMENT AIR REDUCTION SALES CO., Sixth and Evans Sts., IVest 1635. v ,,,,. 1 7 x 1 1 i i K I O 4 1 4 5 1 z will ll l iv is 1 l 1 4 1 r J P PACKERS CINCINNATI ABATTOIR CO., Spring Grove Stock Yards, Park 1650. JOHN HOFFMAN'S SONS CO., 2148 to 2162 Cole- rain Ave., West 3877-3879. THE IDEAL PACKING CO., 2141 Baymiller St., Central, West 3241-3240. H. H. MEYER PACKING CO., H. H. Meyer, Pres., N. R. Meyer, Vice-Pres., R. A. Meyer, Secretary and General Manager, B. O. Gehred, Assistant Secretary, Central Ave. and Linn St. THE PEOPLES PACKING HOUSE CO., 123-25-27 Elder St., Canal 342, 4614 Main Ave., Ridge 1112, 932 East McMillan St., Woodburn 1164-R, Vine and McMillan Sts., Avon 391, 703 E. McMillan St., Woodburn 54, 1218 Linn St., West 836-Y, Richmond and Linn, West 3379-X. ZEIGLER-SCHAEFER CO., 2943 Eastern Ave., East 1640. PACKING, STORAGE FRANK HAMILTON, 3830 Spring Grove Ave., Park 1189. FRED PAGEL, 937 West Eighth St., West 47-1055. PAINTS CINCINNATI CLEANING CO., Paper and Paint Cleaning Our Specialty, 321 East Third St., Main 1577. PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS THEEO WM. KOEHL CO., 1034 Hulbert St., West 5. DAVENPORT PAPER BOX CO., 239-241 Main St., Main 585. PAPER SUPPLIES DIEM 8z WING PAPER CO., Gilbert Ave. Viaduct, Canal 2163. THE I. V. SUTPHIN CO., 2201-23 Union Central Bldg., Richmond and Carr Sts., and Warehouses, 933-939 Fifth St., Main 1130. PATTERN MAKERS GENERAL PATTERN WORKS, Wood and Metal Patterns of All Descriptions, 2231 Buck St., West 1510. PASTUERIZED MILK AND CREAM J. H. FIELMAN, 2519 Vine St., Avon 3116. PHARMACI STS, MANUFACTURING THE WM. S. MERRELL COMPANY, Established 1828, Fifth, Pike and Butler Sts. PHOTOGRAPHERS FIiEI3Ig7ARTS STUDIO, 130 West Fourth St., Main PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS C. C. ABBOTT, 1812 Freeman Ave., VVest 91, Hrs. 9-10 a. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-8.30 p. m. F. J. ALBERS, 1320 Broadway, Canal 39. E. D. ALLGAIER, Berkshire Bldg., 628 Elm St., Canal 3928, Res., Epworth and Junietta Sts.,West- Wood, Warsaw 1139. THEO. BANGE, 345 West McMillan St., Clifton Heights, West 3267, Hrs. 2-3 p. m., 7-8 p. m. ARTHUR BAUER, 5 Garfield Place, Canal 5687, By Appointment. TILDEN J. BECK, Res., 1209 Laidlaw Ave., Bond Hill, Ridge 90, Oflice, 511 Main Ave., Elmwood, Valley 911. ANNA SEDAM-BENNER, 109-110 Bell Block, Sixth and Vine Sts., Canal 1732-R, 4745. J. HADLEY CALDWELL, 408 Broadway, Main 3859, 712 York St., Newport, South 2981-L, Hrs. - p.m. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS-continued H5261 J. C. CADWALLADER, 4320 Montgomery Ave., Norwood, Ridge 236. L. S. COLTER, 3410 Clifton Ave., Clifton, Avon 1003. ROBERT CAROTHERS, 409 Broadway, Main 2287. H. R. CARROLL, 502 Provident Bank Bldg., Canal 403, 113 West Seventh St., Canal 116. TRAVIS CARROLL, 113 West Seventh St., Canal 116, Hrs. 2-3 p. m. A. M. COUNTRYMAN, 3819 Eastern Ave., East 407, 8-9 a. m., 7-8 p. m. EDWIN M. CRAIG, Office, 4340 Main Ave., Nor- wood, Res., 4255 Ashland Ave., Ofiice, Ridge 2515, Res. Ridge 297-X. G. W. DAVIS, 230 Mill St., Lockland, Valley 66, Hrs. 12-2 p. m., 6-8 p. m. n J. D. DAVIS, Third and Broadway Sts., Main 3679, Hrs. 2-3 p. m. JOS A. DUFFEY, 969 Hawthorne Ave., Price Hill, Warsaw 1329, Hrs. 4-5 p. m. JAMES 'C. ERWIN, 603 West Eighth St., West 1192, I-Irs. 9-10 a. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-9 p. m. J. D. ESTELL, 219 West Seventh St., Canal 352, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. FRANK FEE, 22 West Seventh St., Canal 1810, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. N. I. FRAID, 1334 John St., West 775, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. G. R. FROMM, 286 West McMicken Ave., West 3914, Hrs. 2-3 p. m. W. A. GARDNER, 437 West Seventh St., Canal 3620, Hrs. 1-3 p. m. WM. J. GRAF, 1 Melrose Bldg., Walnut Hills, Wood- burn 911, Hrs. 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p. m. LOUIS GREAR, 310 West Seventh St., Canal 611, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. NELLIE HAMPTON, 1440 Harrison Ave., 4653 Smith Road, Norwood, Ridge 1009. C. E. HAUSER, 12th and Race Sts., Canal 5267, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. H. F. HELD, 1808 Vine St., Canal 956, Hrs. 1-3 p. m. EDWARD HERMANN, 17 East Sixth St., Newport, Ky., South 1710, Hrs. 1-3 p. m., 6.30-8 p. m. G. A. HINNEN, 4 West Seventh St., Canal 5027. H. H. HINES, 21-24 Groton Bldg., Seventh and Race Sts., Canal 13, Res. Phone, Avon 5187, Hrs. 1-3 p. m., Sundays and Holidays, 11-12 a. m. HOWARD S. JAMES, Sharon, Willow Ave., Glen- dale, Valley 1650. I. D. JONES, 1014 East McMillan St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 398, Hrs. 1-2 p. m. EDWARD KING, CEar, Nose and Throatj, 605 Traction Bldg., Main 1048. C. A. LANGDALE, Surgery and Consultation, 1906 Union Central Bldg., Main 1109, Hrs. 1-3 p. rn., Res. Phone, Woodburn 3737. G. F. MCKIM, 1908 Union Central Bldg., Main 84, Res., 639 Forest Ave., Avon 2450, Practice limited to Genito Urinary Diseases. W. L. MILNER, 4 Leverone Bldg., Hrs. 2-4 p. m. G. MOMBACH, 22 West Seventh St., Canal 2276, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. WALTER E. MURPHY, 707 Race St., Canal 4787, Hrs. 10 a. m.-12.30 p. m., 2-3 p. m. JOS. S. PODESTA, 428 Broadway St., Canal 3601, Hrs. 1-3 p. m. WM. D. PORTER, Melrose Bldg., West of Peebles Corner, Woodburn 911, Hrs. 1-3 p. m., daily, 7-8 p. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. O. A. PRICE, 434 Race St., Main 799. J. L. PHYTHIAN, 227 East Sixth St., Newport, Ky., South 34, Hrs. 1-3 p. m. J. MQBATLIFF, Glenway Ave., Price Hill, Warsaw B. MERRILL RICKETTS, CSurgeonD, Fourth and Broadway Sts., Main 905. SAMUEL ROTHENB-ERG, 22 West Seventh St., Canal 2276, Hrs. 2-4 p. m. H. E. SHILLING, 434 West McMicken Ave., West 2878, Hrs. 2-3 p. m. WM: C. SCHMIDTER, 97 West McMillan St., Clifton Heights, West 424, Hrs. 7-8 a. m., 1-3 p. m ., 7-8 p. m., Sundays 1-3 p. m. , OSCAR SEIDEL, 1650 Western Ave., West 111. JOHN M. SHALLER, 314 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 2074, Hrs. 1-4 p. m. S RESTAURANTS-Continued W. P. MCCRONE, 28 East Sixth St., For particular people. n MILLS RESTAURANT, 113 East Fifth St., Main 1690. PETE PAROS, 402 West Third St., Main 1613. J. ROSENFIELD, 218 East Fifth St., Canal 3827-L. The Central Oyster House. Oysters received daily. SAVOY RESTAURANT, 330 East Fifth St., Canal 3822-L, Homemade Pastries. RIGGERS AND SPLICERS, WRECKING AND SALVAGE WORK AMERICAN RIGGING CO., W. N. Babbs, Prop., Moving of Safes, Boilers, etc., Pioneer and Culvert Sts., Canal 3383. ROOFERS FRANK BOESCH, Linwood and Delta Aves., Mt. Lookout, East 364-Y. E. L. GIBSON, N. E. Cor. Hopkins and Baymiller Sts., VVest 4724, Tinner and Roofer, General Sheet Metal Work and Furnace Repairing. THE HARKNESS8: TOWLER CO., 1662-64 Provi- dence St., West 3545. THORBURN 8: TRUNNELL, Contractors for corn- position rooiing and roof painting, 1421 Walnut St., Canal 1229-Y. ROOFING THE BARRETT COMPANY, Roofing and Paving Materials, 517-539 Carr St., West 4114. EDWARD MYER 8: CO., 1541-43-45 Elm St., Canal 684. ' RUBBER GOODS ATLAS RUBBER 8: BELTING CO., 312-314 Wal- nut St., Main 377-378. NATIONAL RUBBER 8: SPECIALTIES CO., ghiikggiiig Ave.andC. H. 8: D. Ry., Winton Place, ar . RUBBER, MANUFACTURERS CINCINNATI RUBBER MANUFACTURING CO., Franklin Ave. and B. 8: O. Ry., Norwood, Ridge 691-692. RUBBER STAMPS WILL T. CRESSLER, 536 Main St., Canal 2355, Brass Stencils, Brass Checks, Seal Presses, etc. - RUGS, MANUFACTURERS AND CLEANERS BRONNER CARPET CLEANING CO., N. E. Cor. Front and Saratoga Sts., Newport, Ky., South 3886. F. H. WILMS VACUUM CARPET CLEANING CO., 1417 Plum, St., West 406. RUGS, CARPETS AND LINOLEUM THE ROBT. J. BONSER CO., Race and Pearl Sts., Main 2142-2143. S SAFE AND VAULT MANUFACTURERS THE HALL'S SAFE CO., 3253-3269 Spring Grove Ave., Park 1380. SALES BOOKS, CREDIT REGISTERS, PRINT- ING OF ALL KINDS H. W. NICHOLS SALES BOOK CO., 114 East Third St., Main 3071. SAND. GRAVEL AND CRUSHED STONE THE CINCINNATI QUARRIES CO., 108 Bell Block, Canal 2715-2716. l328l SCHOOLS CINCINNATI SCHOOL OF LIP READING, Correction of Speech Defects, For Adults Hard of Hearing, 403 Andrews Bldg., Main 4618. COLORED INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF CINCIN- NATI, 724 West Sixth St., West 2168. OAKHURST COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, 669 Oak St., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 3940. U. S. SCHOOL OF DEEP BREATHING, -1204-5 Mercantile Library Bldg., Main 2124, Individual Instruction Given in the Art of Scientific Breathing and Hygienic Living. VILLA MADONNA ACADEMY, Boarding School for Little Girls and Young Ladies, Conducted by Benedictine Sisters, Crescent Springs, Ky., Am- sterdam Pike, South 3441. SCHOOL SUPPLIES, CONFECTIONERY AND TOBACCO SAMUEL GRUBER, 3486 Reading Road, Avondale, Avon 216-Y. SCREW MACHINES, AUTOMATIC CINCINNATI AUTOMATIC MACHINE CO., 3120 South St., Oakley, Ridge 1910. SEEDS MARKET GARDENER'S SEED CO., Field, Flow- er glnd Garden Seeds, 120 East Court St., Canal 44 7. H. B. McCULLOUGH, 316 Walnut St. THE J. CHAS. McCULLOUGH SEED CO., Fifth, Lock, Eggleston Ave. and Penn. Ry., Canal 2603. D. RUSCONI, 128 West Sixth St., Canal 643. SELLING AGENTS J . LEVY SONS, For Quality and Service Insist on Having Genuine "Beaded Tip" Shoe Laces, and "Slipnot" Rubber Heels, 107-109 East Third St., Main 2930. SEWER PIPES CINCINNATI SEWER PIPE CO., 3716 Mont- gomery Road, Evanston, Woodburn 3480. H. J. CONKLING, 731-43 Hunt St., Reading Road, Canal 2030-2031. SHEET METAL THE MOESCHL-EDWARDS CORRUGATING CO., Building Material, Exterior and Interior Hollow Metal Windows, Kalamein Doors, 122 West Ninth St., Covington, Ky., South 3690. THE JOS. HONHORST CO., 1016-1020 West Sixth St., West 1895. SHAKER GRAT ES ' QUINN 8: CO., 222 East Ninth St., Canal 764. A SHELLAC VARNISHES THE EDWARD J. SHANNON Co., 219-221 Main su., Main 1451. SIGNS DONALDSON ART SIGN CO., 21st and L. 8: N. Ry., Covington, Ky. TIZIIVESSLACKNER CO., 110 West Fifth St., Canal PH. MORTON, Outdoor Advertising, Office and Studio, 828-830 Wade St., West 417. YORK SIGN CO., 610 York St., Newport, Ky., South 3756. SILK BELDING BROS 8: CO., Merchants Bldg., Sixth and College Sts., Canal 22, Spool Silk, Embroidery Silk, Silk Linings and Dress Silks. SHIRTS, CUSTOM HARRY SLOMER, Palace Hotel Bldg., Canal 2818. l l in .5 D l , s Hal A Ising lg t h , . 1, LIS A A ,ax w 5' A UQIIII: kY'ue: I LIT1. 1 1, null'-E," F il , 131,121 1 SHIRT MANUFACTURERS THE QUEEN MFG CO., 211-219 West Fourth St., Main 3435. SOAP AND TOILET ARTICLES THE PALM OLIVE CO., Citizens National Bank Bldg., Main 4779. SOCIAL SERVICE SALVATION ARMY, Industrial Home for Men, 1508 Freeman Ave., West 2633. STATIONERY THE W. H. STANAGE CO., 119-121 East Sixth St., Canal 4362. STEAM AND HOT-WATER HEATING BACHLER Kr STIENE, 1014 Elm St., Canal 4369. LOVE, PICKET Ka NULSEN CO., Eighth and Broadway Sts., Canal 217. STEAM PROCESS CANNERS ROEIQEL SUPPLY CO., 222 West Fourth St., Main STEEL CRITTAL CASEMENT WINDOW CO 400 Greenwood Bldg., Canal 2640, ManufactuTers of Solid Steel Casements. W. W. PETTIS CO., Steel Castings, Malleable Brass, gfibgize, 416-17 First National Bank Bldg., Main JULIUS UIHLEIN at Co., Manufacturers Steel and Power Transmitting Machinery, 208-214 Elm St., Main 1234. STOCKS AND BONDS A. 85 J. FRANK, 511-516 Union Trust Bldg., Pvt. Branch Exchange, Main 3134. STOVES AND RANGES WALTER H. RECTANUS, Kitchen Outfits our Specialty 1425 Main St Ca al , ., n 517. MONITOR STOVE CO., Pioneers of Pipeless Heat- 1ng, C. H. 8z D. Ry., north of Gest St., West 741. 1 15" I -gil' STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES , f If ECONOMY SUPPLY CO., 126-128 E t P l St., I1 - rf' Main 1147. as ear I g O u g l ' ez... , n I - STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES Q' - 3 CINCINNATI TRACTION CO., Fifth and Walnut B 5 ' Sts., Main 700. 1'q5,s.A 1' STRUCTURAL STEEL AND ORNAMENTAL IRoN W ' WQZZMLANG 85 SONS CO., 2128 Patterson St., West .QIQINQRA sTUCCo MACHINES, ELECTRIC g, 3 HOZDGESISEUCICAO MACHINE CO., 2502 Union U en ra g., ain 78. TON' If 01 SUGAR - , Y, 39 ' ELFOROSE SUGAR CO., 70th and Big Four Ry., ' gartlaageg Valley 1038, "Baykade for Better , , . rea ." -el at JOSEPH TAYLOR Sz CO., 2111-2113 Central Ave., ,Q M3 1 ,i 2 West 95, Sugar and Salt by Barrel and Bag. gf 1 91. if, SWEEPING POWDER MANUFACTURERS 'H 3 THE WITTROCK LAYDUST CO., 416 East Second , St., Main 306, Laydust, a Sweeping. Compound , 'usp' End Disinfectant, Sanitary Floor Oil, Sweeping ' i rushes. M if - P l 329 l , I gf Y r - l Q T TAILORS, I. ARONOFF, 35 XVest 12th St., Canal 33213, Xlcn and VVomen's Garments Made to Order. HARRY A. BECKER -fi CO., 123 East Sixth St.: Canal 1906. BERGER TAILORING CO., 122 1Vcst Fifth St., Canal 4174. THE I. S.: S. BING, Manufacturers of Mc-n's Finl- Clothing, Eighth and Sycamore Sts., Power Bldg.: Canal 5631-5632. COMELLA BROS. ci CO., Power Bldg., Eighth and Sycamore Sts., West 3039, Canal -l-145. J. B. DANIELS 8: SON, 619 1ValnutSt., Canal 751. BEN FRIEDMAN, 613 Vine St., Canal 1568. FRIEMANN TAILORING CO., 138 East Court St., 2031 Vine St., Canal 4198. CASPER C. HEEG, 133 East Third St., Main 1182. EDWARD KNOECHEL, 4203 Hamilton Ave., North Side, Park 315. J. KOSHOVER, 211 West Ninth St., Canal 1658-L. LEVY Sz FRIEDMAN, 428 Vine St., 809 Vine St., Main 3249, Canal 153. MISS ANNA MARX, 1008 Eliza Ave., Camp Wash- ington, West 1383-L. MR. METZGER, Fifth and Plum Sts., Canal 3819-L. J. H. MOORE, Men's Fine Clothing, One Price, Cash or Charged, 607 Vine St., Second Floor reverse, Canal 5479. NIEHAUS, THE TAILOR, 13th and Spring Sts., Canal 3993-Y, Suits to Measure from 5618.00 up. RAAB BROS., Custom Tailors, 25 VVest Sixth St., Canal 5045, Seventh and Vine Sts., Canal 4953, Miami Bldg., Canal 3777, Clark and Baymiller Sts., West 1056. RICHARD M. STOLWORTHY, 2903 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 922, Expertion Alterations, Tuxedo and Full Dress Suits a Special- t . THBE STORRS-SCHAEFER CO., Tailors to the Trade, Pugh Bldg., Canal 5125-3823-L. R. M. TEDTMAN, 1300 Vine St., Canal 5414. ULMER Sz CO., 320 Main St., Main 2840. CHAS. F. WEID, 407-408 Second National Bank Bldg., Canal 4748. TAILORS, WHOLESALE GLOBE TAILORING CO., Textile Bldg., Fourth and Elm Sts. TANNERS AND CURRIERS THE RUDOLPH SUHRE SONS CO., 1300 Harrison Ave., West 1827, Tanners of Pure Oak Harness Leather. SIMON WOLFSTEIN :Kr CO., 2017 Dunlap St., Canal 2036. TEAMSTERS FRED FULLER, Court and Harriet Sts., West 1742 . TEA ROOM AND CANDY SHOP C. A. HIGGINSON,2717 Erie Ave., Candy Shop and Ice Cream Novelties, East 1190. THREADS THE THREAD AGENCY, 314 East Ninth St.5 Canal 676. THEATERS METROPOLITAN THEATER, Fifteenth and Cen- tral Ave., West 4597, L. Morse, Mgr. OLYMPIC THEATER, CRefined Burlesque, Cater- ing to Ladies at all Timesj, 120 East Seventh near Main St., Canal 1250. TILE, SLATE AND TIN ROOFING A. BRAUN Sz SONS, Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron, Copper Cornice, Skylight WQFR, and Metal Ceilings, 1810-12 Sherman Ave., Rldge 574- TOILET ARTICLES, MANUFACTURERS PURE DRUGS PRODUCTS CO., 132 East Third St., Main 1569. TRANSFERS RICHTER TRANSFER CO., 1249 West Seventh St., West 268. TRUCK BODIES, MANUFACTURERS THE HIGHLAND BODY MFG. CO., Center Hill Ave. and B. 85 O. Ry., Elmwood Place, Valley 816. TRUCKING AND GENERAL HAULING JOHN DORAN, 206 Broadway St., Car Lots a Specialty, Canal 4567, Main 3374. TRUCKS, WAREHOUSE THE H. ZERING MFG. CO., B. 8: O. Ry. and Addie St., Oakley, Ridge 3175. TRUNK MANUFACTURERS AMERICAN TRUNK CO., 1039 Central Ave., West 3274. Traveling bags and leather goods. TRIANGLE TRAVELING BAG WORKS, 105 West Canal St., Canal 5434. U UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS A. CAPPELL 8: SON, Race and Arcade, Main 4319, Full Line of Trunks and Leather Goods, All Kinds of Repairing Done. UNIFORM MANUFACTURERS CINCINNATI REGALIA CO., Uniforms and Flags, Textile Bldg., 11th Floor, Main 2165. 'THE FECHHEIMER BROS. CO., Pugh Bldg., Canal 1971 . UPHOLSTERERS AUGUST DIERS, 119 West St. Clair Ave., Corry- ville, Avon 1159. V VACUUM CLEANING MACHINERY AMERICAN RADIATOR CO., Rawson Bldg., Main 24. VACUUM CLEANERS SWEEPER VACUUM CO., Electric Wash Machines and Water-Power Washers, 11 West Seventh St., Canal 235. VARNISH MANUFACTURERS R. A. BECKER VARNISH CO., Harrison Ave., Garrard, West 704. NISH CO Montgomery THE QUEEN CITY VAR ., Road and Dana Ave., Evanston, Woodburn 320. VINEGAR MANUFACTURERS BANNER VINEGAR CO., 408 East Second St., K Main 637. W WATCH CASE MANUFACTURERS QUEEN CITY WATCH CASE MFG. CO., McMil- lan and Bennington Sts., Walnut Hills, Woodburn 3715. WIRE ROPE C. M. MOCKBEE CO., 816-818 East Pearl St., Canal 4130. , WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WEARING APPAREL IRWIN CLOAK CO., Fifth and Race Sts., Canal 4580. THE KOOP CO., Ninth and Central Ave., opp. City Hall, Pvt. Exchange connecting all depts.,vCanal 4089. WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL THE MAQBLEY 8: CAREW CO., Cincinnati's Greatest Store, CIn the Heart of the Shopping Districtj, Fifth and Vine Sts., Canal 4040. A. T. ROGERS, Seventh and Race Sts., Livingston Bldg., Canal 854. WOODWORKING MACHINERY PARKS BALL BEARING MACHINE CO., 1546 Knowlton St., North Side., Park 437. JOHN F. TOWNSLEY MFG. CO., 1037 Evans St., West 331. Y YEAST THE FLEISCHMANN CO., 419 Plum St., Main 3149, "Fleischmann's Yeast." I 330 I 2. ' Signal AWB Ng. .M s 3 'Em ., m. ll -x "1"-ifgs TE N --.gi lyme' I .i'l!qm.aF.i 1 :, i I. A llxiig. - 1 Inq.. I fhliiii i 3 u.'i,Q.il. . lgtiq-1. :D 115:57 M!! 'Qjiliizzi I tahi H k ,ci Flints- e 'avian QU. qll'?. PW ,,,,"", 0-l l uxnwwt' Us .f ' Y, 1-nlvf " .JV g828382836323532i3i132i32i26i3E13?32w83233ii8822?22i3838'3i122i232?i22326w,Qbfs?:E4?.2iQ?.2229fii?S?.iiddial . 1? 1 fit fi 19 13:33 2 STUDENT DIRECTORY 83 COMPILED B Y 2 VIRGINIA HULICK, ELIZABETH ZIMMERMAN, HARRY A. RR.-xI'Ns'I'If:ix E52 GRADUATE The Hanna Fellow in Physics iBradshaw, Guy Read CPhysicsj .... Sugar Grove, Pa. A.B. Oberlin College, 1917g A. M., University of Cincinnati, 1918. The D. A. R. Fellow in American History Landen, Minnie Isabel ................ 2486 Paris St. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918. Graduate Scholars Iola, Hyman QHistoryD .............. 3590 Eden Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Vaupel, Jean CZoologyJ ............ 6024 Lantana Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1916 Donnelly, Joseph Lawrence ......... Ft. Thomas, Ky. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Graduate Students Acomb, Helen Janet ..........,..... 5642 Ridge Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1911 Aiken, Margaret Wirth tEnglishD ..... 622 Prospect Pl. B. S., University of Cincinnati, 1916 Aulick, Edwin Chesterfield ............ Falmouth, Ky. A. B., Kentucky State University, 1894 Beghtel, Floyd Eldon CBotanyj ....... 2604 Eden Ave. A. B., Indiana Central University, 1912 Bettman, Louise CPhilosophyj ...... 3739 Reading Rd. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 Blank, Laura CMathematicsD CELAJ ..... 2495 Erie Ave. A. E., University of Cincinnati, 19155 A. M., Ibid, 1 16 Bowyer, Virginia Harrison ....... 2360 St. James Ave. A. B., James Millikin University, 1916 Braun, Lillian Matilda CMathematicsD . .Covington, Ky. A. B., Baldwin Wallace College, 1918 Cavanaugh, Marie Kathleen QChemistryj, Cavanaugh Ave., Westwood A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Chambers, Enolia ..... 3182 McHenry Ave., Westwood A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Clark, Dorothy Elizabeth QEnglishJ . . .5543 Arnsby Pl. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Corcoran, Effie CHistoryD, 1925 Williams Ave., Norwood A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1909 Cornelius, James Thambidurai CPhiZosophyD CMD, 545 W. Seventh St., and Madras, South India Crissey, Lena Maud CPhilosophyj . . .1029 Wesley Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1913 Cummins, Mary Dorothy CEnglishD, 2921 Woodburn Av. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1914 Daniels, Verna Carolyn CLatinJ, 2911 Werk Rd., Westwood A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1916 Elberg, Etta Louise CZoologyj, 510 Walnut St., Elmwood Pl., O. B. S., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Fink, Clara Cordella CBotanyb ..... 2669 Bellevue Ave. A. B., Miami University, 1910 Fram, Leon CPhilosophyD .......,... 3408 Burnet Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Franz, George Frederick CEdv.cationJ, 2344 Clifton Ave. B. S., Ohio University, 1914 Harper, Grace Mathia . 828 Maple Ave., Newport, Ky. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Horton, Frank Oscar CHistoryD ........,. Loveland, O. A. B., Oskaloosa College, 1910 ifResigned to enter war service. 8288828288883858828838332888888388853882822i88888?i2583888888858583885iiZ'o8Q?18'a882?123?S822'295.?3iQ?32S?2?E26?bZfb.?Ibc5?'e?'e'ig SCHOOL Houser, Lulu CEducationJ . .3550 Bevis Ave. f H A. B., Oberlin Cozzeye, 1908 ' mansion Jensen, Mildred H6CMrs. Fredl lEngIishb KEL.-ll, rchard Ave., Arlin ton Hoi h . A. B., University of Cincinnati, 19i1 g tg, O' Knapp, Gertrude Clara .......... 7029 Longview Ave A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 ' Long, Maxwell Budd cafeeky ..... 3551 Michigan Ave A.B., Kenyon College, 19053 A. M., Ibid, 1909 ' Lorenz, Edward Joseph CPhysicsb, 931 Thornton St., Da to , , A.1gI2 University of Cincinnati, 19113 .4.lll!.T1Ili5d, Lorenz, Eleanor Mary ..... 1500 E. North Bend Road A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1913 Lueders, Anna ................... 1827 Josephine St. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Lyle, Joseph Wilson CEducationJ ...... 551 Prospect Pl, B. S., Ohio University, 1914 Lynch, Beatrice Hollister ............. 48 Hollister St. A. B., Smith College, 1916 Madden, Fannie May CRornance Languagesi, 6121 Roe St. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1907 Miles, Arthur CPhilosophyj ........ 1307 Carolina Ave. A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1918 Moore, Mabel Grant CMrs. W. EJ tEnglishJ, 18 Senator Place Apts. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Morgan, Mrs. Arthur D. CRornance Languagesl, Senator Place Apts. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 Mudge, Mary Rosalie CLatinj, 19 E. Eighth St., Covington, Ky. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1916 Nielsen, Olive Richardson ............ 564 Delta Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1916 O'Brien, Edna CEnglishJ ......... 2721 Woodburn Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1914 Olt, George Russell CPhilosophyj . .2366 Stratford Ave. A. B., Wilmington College, 1918 Osterbrock, William Carl CElectrical Engineeringj, 119 W. Fifteenth St. E. E., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Perin, Carrie May CRornance Languagesj, 5524 Madison Rd. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1910 . Perin, Kate Presocia .............. 5524 Madison Rd. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1908 Riffe, Laura Cassedy CLatinD, a 1802 Madison Ave., Covington, Ky. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 19165 Teacher's Diploma, Ibid, 1917 Roetken, Emma Louise, . 119 E. Eleventh St., Covington, Ky. B. S., University of Cincinnati, 1916 I Rowell, Mary Emma CMathematicsJ, 849 Hutchins Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 19075 A. M., Ibzd, 1910 S d , Eth l Clllathematicsj ..... 2918 Montana Ave. an AFB., Ueniversity of Cincinnati, 19073 A. M., Ibid, 1913 , , Schroder, Frederick Frank lCivilEngzneerzggJg,Y0rk St. C. E., University of Cincinnati, 1918 ' 'I D 5 hi Smith' Le1343eR?5Z.w.y Ave., and Vililliamsport, Ind. A. B., Oberlin College, 1914 l Steinau, Stella CRomanceLanguagesJ, 3445 Mooney Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Tarbell, Dorothy CE'nglishj, San Carlos Apts., Madison Rd. A. B., Cornell University, 1916 Tellefsen, Marjorie Adeline CBotanyD, 3046 Ormond Ave., Clifton A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1918 Thorp, Lambert, CChemistryj ...... 2415 Auburn Ave. M. S., University of Michigan, 1910, Ph. D., Ibid, 1912 Trisler, Anna Hitzfield CMrs.j ........ 241 Twain Ave. B. S., University of Cincinnati, 1917 Van Slyck, Agnes Eleanor CEnglishJ, 328 Rockdale Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 19123 A. M., Rad- clije College, 1915 Van Winkle, Edwin C. CEducationj . .2231 Reading Rd. B. S., Ohio University, 1913 Waldman, Bessie. ............... 5835 Hamilton Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 V Webb, Luella ..................... 33 The Clermont A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1917 I Williams, Katherine Meredith CEnglishD, 1 4425 Station Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 Winston, Mattie ......... Krug Bldg., Woodburn Ave. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1915 Wurtz, Louise B. CEngZishD ......... 3025 Beekman St. A. B., University of Cincinnati, 1904 MCMICKEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Seniors Anderson, Martha Stratton, Vermont Ave., Wyoming, O. Anderson, Mary Alice .............. 4749 Winton Rd. Aston, Frank .........,........... 2224 Adams Ave. Bazel, Solomon Nathaniel ..... 506 W. Ridgeway Ave. Bound, Marion Elizabeth, 2066 Sutton Ave., Mt. Washington. Brackman, Hulda ................. 2142 Auburn Ave. Brown, Lewis Phillip, Portland, Ore., and 823 Mann Pl. Clark, Paul Burroughs ............... 1012 Ross Ave. Cohen, Harry H .................... 3590 Eden Ave. Coldewey, Catherine Devereaux. . .272 McCormick Pl. Cone, Dorothy Elizabeth ............ 9 The Haydock Cordes, Margaret Louise IELAD . . .1009 Springfield Pk. Cragg, Lucille Leola ............... Dickerson, Cora Tunis Douglass, Edna May. Elischak, Milton ,.... Feusse, Elmer G .... Flannery, Helen J .... Fuldner, William L. . . Freund, Iser ......... Gates, Elizabeth ......... Gau, Marianne Angela .... Geis, Marianne ......... Goldman, Albert ..... Grant, Julia. , ....... . Haehnle, Walter F.. . . Hall, Louise K ....... 8364 Curzon Ave. . . . . . . . . .3971 Beechwood Ave . . ..... 332 Rockdale Ave ......3546EdenAve . . . . . . .1906 Bigelow St . ..... 1016 Rittenhouse St .........421ArchSt . . . .545 W. Ninth St . . . . . .4949 Reeves Pl . . . .2525 Gilbert Ave . . . . . .2624 Eden Ave . ......... 857 Blair Ave . . . .2931 Jefferson Ave ..........830YorkSt ........15 NavarreApts Harper, Bertha B ....... ........... 8 28 Maple Ave Haupt, Charlotte H. . Helman, Mabel R .... 160 E. McMicken Ave ...............2527ErieAve Helmers, Ruth .......,............ 28 J uergens Ave Herrin, Lucas. .Tubas Union, P. I., and 2379 Rohs St Hildebrandt Mar ....... 3573 Columbia A Schmidt, Henry Edward ..... . . .3513 Middleton Ave. Setchel, Mary Frances ............ 5405 Whetsel Ave. Shigley, Marguerite .............. 843 Ridgeway Ave. Shinedling, Abraham Isaac, Paterson, N. J., and 3560 Eden Ave Silverstein, Pearl .................... 1020 Lenox Pl Simon, Meta L .................. 457 Considine Ave Smith, Benj. F ..................... 660 W. Sixth St Snow, Mary Catherine, 4296 Ashland Ave., Norwood, O. Snyder, Mildred .................. 3525 Trimble Ave. Stacy, Elizabeth Nourse .... ..... F t. Thomas, Ky. Stapleton, Howard E. ...... ...... 3 108 Gilbert Ave. Steiner, Mary Catherine ............ 3042 Taylor Ave. Stephens, Anna Harriet ........ 6390 Lower River Rd Stuart, Florence Longmore ...,..... 2107 Auburn Ave. Sudhoff, Edward B. ............. 2505 Moorman Ave Sullivan, Anne ...........,... 5638 Abbottsford Ave Tietig, Doris ....... .......,. 2 402 Ohio Ave Watts, Lilymae ......... .... 2 546 Homestead Pl Willard, Lucille ........... '. ...... 2509 Erie Ave Winans, Herbert Stewart .......... 2527 Ashland Ave: Wuenker, Margherita Louise ........ 547 Ringgold St. Zimmerman, Elizabeth Jane ...... 263 Earnshaw Ave. Juniors Ager, Robert B. .................. 1956 Kinney Ave. Austerlitz, E. Harry ................ 347 Forrest Ave. , y ....... Ve Hooke, Ruth Catherine ....... 9215 E. McMillan St. Isserman, Ferdinand ............. 435 Ridgeway Ave. Kahr, Johanna ..............,... 259 Greendale Ave. Kimball, Elsa Peverly CELAD ...... 3315 Jefferson Ave. Kinney, Mary Frances .......... 4247 Brookside Ave. Knapp, John Franklin CELAJ ,........ 1810 Young St. Knight, Anna Bourne. . . 142 Burns Ave., Wyoming, O. Koenig, Blanche ....,.............. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. Landis, Charlotte Henrietta, Tokyo, Japan, and The Conservatory of Music McFarlan, Arthur Crane ........... 726 W. Ninth St. Mclntire, William C.2318 Williams Ave., Norwood, O. Maddock, Stephen J ................ 1545 Ruth Ave. Margolis, Harry S ............. No. C, 14 Landon Ct. Margraf, William A .,..... .......... 1 19 Lyon St. Meeds, Lillian A .... ............ 1 309 Burdette Ave. Overmann, Marie Henrietta ....... 2861 Winslow Ave. Patterson, Mary A ............ 6461 Home City Ave. Peterson, Josephine ..... .,.. 3 132 McHenry Ave. Persons, Pearl Bemis ..... ........ 2 303 Ohio Ave. Pichel, Charlotte Reich. . . ..... 360 Northern Ave. Powers, Edgar M ...,.....,....... 3505 Burnet Ave. Putt, Rachel Kathleen ............. 3521 Clifton Ave. Ramsey, Alta Fern .........,....... 3617 Bevis Ave. Reid, Marguerite ..., 1815 VVilliams Ave., Norwood, O. Schaefer, Louise Augusta ........ 3467 Brookline Ave. Schenk, Jessie L ...... 126 E. Front St., Newport, Ky. fsszj Baker, Williameta ....... 1120 Vine St., Newport, Ky. Barrett, Mary Veronica ......... Biddle, Frank .... ...... Braunstein, Harry A .... Brokaw, August ...... Brotton, Beulah ........ Brown Helen Ruth .... Browni Margaret Taylor... . I 1 Busch, Gladys Helen .... Collins, Mary Evelyn. . . Cook, Walter A ..... . . Cooper, Stewart S ....... Crouse, R. Miriam ..... Cunningham, James H. . . . . Curtis, Henriette Lucille ......... Daniels, Arlie Margaret. . . . . . Davis, Allen Jr. ........ . DeBeck, Elaine A ....... Desjardins, Fanny L ..... Dickman, Earl R ..... Drach, Harvey E .... Doster, Marjorie A .... Falk, David ......... Feinberg, Abraham ..... Fielman, Frederick G .... Fillmore, Hildegarde Maria ...... Fiscus, Josephine Emma. .2857.Ashmont Ave. . . . .3534 Burch Ave. .2362 St. James Ave. .3558 McHenry Ave. . . . .127 Huntington Pl. . .228 Piedmont Ave. . .3449 Cheviot Ave . . . .271 Gilman Ave: 4686 Rapid Run Pk. .......Hami1ton, O. 3351 Woodburn Ave. . . .312 W. Ninth St. 119LyonSt. 673 Hawthorne Ave. . . . . .2911 Werk Rd. . . . .347 Forrest Ave. . . .1850 Kinney Ave. . . .3 Belmont Apts. . . . . .227 Albion Pl. . . .2200 Auburn Ave. . . . .2433 Ohio Ave. . . .539 W. Eighth St. . .... 3590 Eden Ave. .......2519 Vine St .4227 Williamson Pl: . .3868 Isabella Ave. Frankel, Benjamin Moses, ' D ' ' A ' ' Peoria, Ill., and 3445 Reading Rd. Freed, Abraham, Brooklyn, N. Y., and 3591 Wilson Ave. Fry, Laura Marian ................. Terrace Park, O. Geisert, Mary Frances, Lawrenceburg, Ind., and 471 Ridge Ave. Glueck, Nelson ................... 859 Hutchins Ave. Nil Hall, Leonard E .....,...........,..... Y. M. C. A. Harshberger, Helen M, 614 E. Fourth St., Newport, Ky. Herrin, Lucas .....................,,, 2379 Rohg St Hess, William E. ................ 2447 Fairview Ave: Irwin Nellie M , . ........ ,...,.,....... 6 405 Roe St. Jewett, Menefee Custer, 646 Overton St., Newport, Ky. Judy, Ferris Mills ..........,... 265 W. McMillan St. Keating, Katherine Agnes ......... 3588 Outlook Ave. Keefer, Katherine Adolphine ........ Terrace Park, O. Kemp, Gertrude Elizabeth ..... Kinney, Ethel . . . . . . . .244 Kearney Ave. .3226 Woodburn Ave. King, Mary Beatrice ..,.. 21 Navarre Bldg. Knight, Helen Sherwood. . . . . Koch Ida Elizabeth. . . . . . .4520 Erie Ave. 3047 Gilbert Av Krarrier, Mary Elizabeth. .6264 Corby Rd: Langdon, Myra Eugenia ,..... Lantis Martha Jane ELA , , , c i .... Lewis, Lily ................. . Lilly, Alice Louise ..., Lipp, Mrs. s. L. ...... ' ' Luebbert, Sylvia R. . . McDevitt, Cecille .... .Forest and Eden Aves. . . . . . .4222 Cherry St. .......858 Blair Ave. . . .3300 Woodford Rd. . . . . .410 Union Ave. . . . . .589 Terrace Ave. . . .275 McCormick Pl. McDevitt, Mary ......... ........ 6 41 Crown St. McDiarmid, Roye ......... . . McDonald, Maria Louise ...... McFarlan, Kathryn Magill .... Mendelsohn, Mathilda ........ . . . .3529 Wabash Ave. .2995 Observatory Rd. . . . . .726 W. Ninth St. . . . .350 Rockdale Ave. Monroe, Kathryn Marie ..... A'Laise Bldg., Erie Ave. Morris, Rupert .......... ...... 2 910 Montana Ave. Neumark, Salomea ........ ..... 8 36 Rockdale Ave. Otto, Earl M ....................... Covington, Ky. Pauling, Martha Celestine ..,..... 1320 Burdette Ave. Pease, Harvey Peters ..... ..... 8 41 E. Ridgeway Ave, Phillips, Virginia Lysle. . .705 York St., Newport, Ky. Purves, Marjorie Elizabeth ..,.... 3461 Brookline Ave f I -'tt 'Hui 't"?.e: ull: -in he B155 Pfht. ZZ? it 'gli-vii E11 Iii! V lima - lim H Ski ' :Ibm nm ' .Zi K A 1 3' Digit Q in KP? M0222 i s 11331 in A Iliff i H 2310 if 3552 Iii? . . 6 53? . . nilfl tr' Wi H1 K avi :WL 1 Q 'l :Il 1' Ofte- ' ?gL'.1 23,1 il if " 'cl' P 5' ..+ 5 551 . V 5, 11552 1 253' nf. fy? 5..'f':'. Life-1 cigars 4 Vi", va? ily... . U .. 41,24 W S4975 rv! if tfji 1 Raine, Pauline Lucretia ....... 6363 Montgomery Rd: Renner, George ............ ...... 2 453 Clybourn Pl. Robinson, G. H ...... ..... 9 79 Windsor Pl. Rouda Leanord W ...... .... 5 02 Carplin Pl. Rothman, Walter E .... . . .Hamilton Apts. Rupp, Lowell ........ ...... H arrison, O. Rutterer, Hazel M .... ....... 3 628 Morris Pl. Ryan, Grace M ..... ......,, 4 224 Turill Ave. Sachs, Mildred ..... .......,... 8 77 Blair Ave. Schwartz, Wm. B. . . ....... Hebrew Union College Scheiear Edna A. . ..... 269 M , . ...... cCormick Pl. Shelow, Ida E .... .... 3 741 Elsmere Ave., Norwood Shields, John D. . . ............ 2134 Madison Rd. Shillman, Samuel ................ 506 Ridgeway Ave. Silverstein, Myrtle .................., 1020 Lenox Pl. Sisson, Dorothy ................ 2551 Homestead Pl. Smith, Benjamin Franklin CELAJ .... 660 W. Sixth St. Spalding, Elizabeth Michie ..,...... 24 Warwick Bldg. Spangler, Georgetta Lulu Dee, Compton, Rd., Vilyoming, O. Stark, Harold Lester ............. 266 McGregor Ave. Starrels, Solomon Alexander, Philadelphia, Pa., and 152 W. McMillan St. Steger, O. J ......................... 606 Riddle Rd. Stern, Harry Joshua, Steubenville, O., and 510 Union St. Steuerwald, Olga Violet ......... 8333 Woodbine Ave. Sullivan, Jane Miller .,............ 2315 Krouse Ave. Swing, Catherine Louise. . . ..... 6230 Robinson Rd. Taylor, Amelia Truesdale ...... .3615 Middleton Ave. Tennenbaum, Abe ......... ..... 3 548 Bogart Ave. Thayer, Robert George .... ..... 3 414 Telford Ave. Tischler, Anton W ......... . . . . .511 Fortune Ave. Todd, Samuel Pogue CND ............. 533 Hale Ave. Tshudi, Erwin William ..... ...,....... 1 773 Pulte St. Waldo, Marguerite .............. .575 Considine Ave. Wentworth, Mrs. Mabel Stanley ........ Senator Apts. Westheimer, Miriam .............. 407 Rockdale Ave. Willis, Laura Frederica. .809 Main St., Covington, Ky. Wolk, Samuel. . .Baltimore, Md., and 511 Hickory St. Youngerman, Morris Hyman ..,... 844 Windham Ave. Sophomores Atkins, Ethel L ....................... Norwood, O. Axline, Eleanor ,......,....... 2983 Observatory Rd. Bamberger, Aaron ...... ....... 1 620 Madison Rd. Beall, Augustus, Jr. ............. 2220 Highland Ave. Bejach, Helen Ann ................. 311 Hearne Ave- Bolenbaugh, Mildred Dimmitt ........ 565.Delta Ave. Bottigheimer, Helen ............. 823 Lexington Ave. Boutet, Judith W ................. 2955 Madison Rd. Bowen, Hugh M .... .... 3 26 Howell Ave. Brady, Henrietta Margaret. . . Breuer, Elma Gretchen ..... Brown, Gincie Bernice.. . Buck, Jirah IJ ......,..., Buchanan, Virginia Elizabeth. Cantor, Nat ..........,,. V Carpenter, Mildred ........, Cohn, Bertha ......., .. ... . . . .322 Tusculum Ave. ....1Z:i0fiG1ilvin Ave. . . . . .3641 liurc-h Ave. T91 li. Mitchell Ave. . . . . . . . .Burnet lioust- lluilnlo, N. Y. . .8855 Rt-aiding Rd. . . . . . . .1035 Rlounrl St. Cohen, Rosalind Jovce ..... 767 Clinton Springs Ave. Conley, Mrs. D. L .... . . Cooper, Raymond .... Coryell, Lawrence S ..... Crawford, J. Ebersole ..., Davies, Chase M .........., Dewees, Edna M ............ Diefenback, Amy P. . . . . . . .1810 Young St. . . . .3590 Mooney Ave. .......Ni-w York f'itv . .701 S. t'rescc-nt Ave. ......1029 Lincoln Avi-. . . . . .1-129 Sycamore St. . W. Alexandria, O., and 911 Marion Avi-. Dolle, Marian E. ........... . Drucker, Elizabeth Marion. . . Dysart, Dorothy Ross ....... Dysart, Isabel Neil .....,. Eversull, Bess Marie ....... Ewan Mar Louise , y ........... Feibleman, Minna Shubinski .... Finke, Eleanor Marie ........ ..........Mt. Airy, O. .......3-160 Knott Ave. .. 5lM1rlis1 ...29. fz .' in Rd. . . .2951 Madison Rd. . . . . .Elmwood Pl., O. ....Covington, Ky. ...2-14 Melish Ave. .419 Resor Ave. Finkelstein, Adolph Hyman . I. I. J. '.A. Goldsboro, N. C. Finney, Burnham ........... Fischer, Adele ............. Flanagan, Eugene ....... Ford, Florence Louise ..... Frahm, Gertrude Ruth .... . . Frey, Carl W ........... . Francis, Gertrude Anna .... Freund, Elk ................ Friedman, Ruth .............. Fulton, George Pierre CELAD . Fusshippel, Martha ......... Geis, Myrtle Priode ......... . . . . . .1835 Hewitt Ave . . . .431 Rockdale Ave. . . . . .3212 Mozart Ave. ....,.61AuburndaleI'l. . .1781 NVestwood Ave. . .1853 Fairmount Ave. ......236 E. Third St. . . . . . .545 NV. Ninth St. 776 E. Ridgeway Ave. ...........Y.M.C.A. .-.2556 Moorman Ave. . . . . .2658 Bellevue Ave. Gibauer, Earl H ............... ...... 5 17 W. 8th St. Grosse, Margaret Johanna ..... Habekotte, Dorothy Elizabeth. Hall, Donald W ............. Hall, Grace DeForest ......... ..,.5123 NVhetsel Ave. .. .3232 Beresford Ave. ..........Ludlow, Ky. 1360 M rtle Av . . . . y e. Hall-Quest, Mrs. A. L ....... .... 1 1 The Maplewood Harris, Kathleen Elizabeth .... Hatfield, Louise Patricia ...... Heinsheimer, Helen Louise .... Hesterberg, Aline Julia ..... . . .1518 St. Leger Pl. ....Covington, Ky. . . . . .6 Castile Apts. . . . . .1618 Cedar Ave. Hinsch, William H ................. 2333 Upland Pl. Holman, Marion Workum .... Hoppe, Hermina Josephine. . . . . .9 Cumberland Apts. 1820 Dexter Ave Hoshaw, Mary Cristine ....... V., W. McMillan Stl Hubbard, Mary ......... .......... 2 525 Gilbert Ave. Huenefeld, Margaret, 416 Washington Street, Bellevue, Ky. Igler, Frederick V ...................... Glendale, O. Jaife, Hazel Leona ........ ........ 8 18 Hutchins Ave. James, Agnes Hamilton, Tiffin, O., and 958 Marion Ave. James, Olivia Wood .................... 310 Oak St. Jansing, Dorothy Ann .......... . .2523 Ingleside Ave. Jelen, Ruth Josephine ....... ...... 2 229 Nelson Ave. Kane, Florence Margaret ..... Kehm, Charlotte Elizabeth, . . . . .8361 Curzon Ave. ' 942 Columbia Ave., Newport, Ky. Kemper, Virginia Campbell ........ 2401 Ashland Ave. Kern, Mildred ............... Lammers, Helen Caroline. . . Landman, Miriam. ..... . . . .549 Evanswood Pl. . . .3416 Harvey Ave. . . . . .348 Forest Ave. Lesley, Francis ........... ......... 7 22 E. 6th St. Levine, Sarah CELAD ....... .... 8 06 W. Seventh St. Lindner, Kathryn Lehrer. . . Lindsey, Ruth Ella ....... ........Glendale, O. . . . . . .1352 Grace Ave. Martin, Marion ................. 2844 St. Charles Pl. Mark, Julius ................ . . . . .1038 1Vesley Ave. M , M' M garet ........... 3727 Reading Rd. Mfzililcdblsorifllriiaelenalliae, 604 Sanford St., Covington, Ky. Merry, Charlotte Mulally ..... Mitchell, Cuba Blanche ....... Mittendorf, Eugene CN? ---- - Morris, Elsa Elizabeth .... . Murdock, Edith Hope .... Niehaus, Elmor ......... Ogel, Jacob J ............... Parry, Bess D ................ P ' , Walter Gilbert, elser Brooklyn, N- Y-, l333l . . . . . .5119 Stewart Pl. .....2210 Gilbert Ave. . . . .2608 Melrose Ave. . . .2557 Ingleside Ave. .....3-114 Osage Ave. . . . . .727 'Whittier St. . . . .521 Armory Ave. ......Covington, Ky. and 3465 Reading Rd. . . . .1 Bella Vista Pl. prune wwf: 4.51 .. . -wi -W-,-aff -..,.-.4-.F --.-7. 11. i l l 1 l l E E 4 I E l l i Samuel . .1922 Fairfax Ave. B ' , ......... . . . B31y1s1tIoRgElizabeth Julian ........ 2514 Hackberry St. Bear, Alice Mira ........ Bear, Henrietta Moore .... Beck, Elsie Amelia ....... Becker, Harry P ........,. . . Becker, John Jacob ............ Becker Lillie . . . .1315 Meier Ave. . . . .1315 Meier Ave. .419 E. Mitchell Ave. . . . .602 Prospect Pl. .4648 Hamilton Ave. 416 Hawthorne Ave. Beckwith, Clara Lillie. .518 Cooper Ave., Lockland, O. Bell, Clarence Wilbur ............ 4007 Boswood Ave. Bell, Mary Jane .................. 119 Seventieth St. Bellville, Laura May. . .4225 Grove Ave., Norwood, O. Bennett, Thomas Telford .t ....... . . .3830 Davis Ave.- Bergmeyer, Gretchen Louise, 304 Fourth Ave., Dayton, Ky. Bernstein, Doris. . .. .... . . . Bickel, Oneida Nellie ...... Bingel, Ella .......... Bland, Loretta M .... Blank, Laura ......... Blair, Mary Isabelle .... Blesch, Edna Fletcher .... Blesch, Ethel Eunice. . . Blinn, Louise ....... . . Block, Frances D ...... Bobbitt, Jane E ..... ..... Bobbitt, Jane Eleanor .... Bohn, Freda ............ Bothwell, Julia Stanley. . . Boyd, Emma Augusta .... . .2520 Chatham St. .52 E. McMillan St. ........124LyonSt. . . . .1319 Cryer Ave. . . . . .2495 Erie Ave. ........3604 Vine St. 3326 Bonaparte Ave. 3326 Bonaparte Ave. . . .2002 Clarion Ave. . . . . .2910 Zeigle Ave. . . .1827 Wesley Ave. . . . .1827 Wesley Ave. . , . . .17 Barclay Apts. . . . . . . .20 The Roslyn .2876 Montana Ave. Bradley, William O'Connel ............. 121 Lyon St. Brakers, Mary Katherine. Bremen, Lillian Von ...... Brestel, Gertrude Florence Brestel, Ruth Magdalene. . Brogan, Carrie E ......... Brotton, Beulah ......... Browder, Lillian May .... Browder, Omalee Clara. . . Boyars, Richard David. . . Buchner, Julian Elizabeth, ......545 Grand Ave. .......27E.5thSt. .2359 Stratford Ave. .2359 Stratford Ave. . . .127 Huntington Pl. 4809 Winona Terrace 4809 Winona Terrace 6001 Montgomery Rd. 228 E. Tenth St., Newport, Ky. Burbige, Marie Cecilia .,.. ........ . 3144 Durrell Ave. Burdette, Sallie Scott ................. Stanford, Ky. Burdge, Alice Virginia ............. 1873 Kinney Ave. Burke, Alma .................... 1540 Jonathan Ave. Burke, Florence I ................. 2625 Hemlock St. Burnham, Laurella. . .1776 Cleneay Ave., Norwood, O. Bush, Helen ....................... Branch Hospital Bush, Johanna Madeline .......... 1106 Foraker Ave. Bush, William B ................. 1106 Foraker Ave. Butterfield, Mabel Alice ............. .Belmont Bldg. 1043 Ann St New ort Ky Cain-, Mary E ........... ., p , , Callahan, Florence .............. 966 Hawthorne Ave. Callahan, Marjorie ............. 966 Hawthorne Ave. Campbell, Anna ....... 2209 Scott St., Covington, Ky. Carlisle, Grace Genevieve ,........ 1833 Josephine St. Christian, Anne Follett ..... 814 Vine St., Dayton, Ky. Christie, Helen Euphemia ......... 3629 Wabash Ave. Classen, Clara M ........ Claassen, Ella, .......... Clawson, Elsie Irene.. . . . Clay, Drucilla .......... Clement, Fanny Marie. . . Cleuna, Margaret ....... Climer, Dora ................... Cofiin, Robert Edward, 4025 Elsmere Ave. 2723 Scioto St. A .i .i Bonaparte Ave. . . . . . .766 W. Fifth St. , . . . . .1017 Poplar si. . . . . . . .Covington, Ky. .16 E. McMillan St. 1032 Russell Ave., Covington. Ky. Connelly, Adelaide .... 614 Maple Ave., Newport, Ky. Cordes, Estella Louise, Ridge Ave., Pleasant Ridge, O. Cordes Margaretha. . . . . .1803 Hewitt Ave. Cosway, .Fannie Mary. . .l ' i t I .i ..... 450 Milton St. Cox, Lillian ......... . . . Cragg, Elsie M ......... Crawford, Lillian Belle. . Croake, W. T. .............. . Crumb, Pauline ..................... Curren, Agnes .,........ Cuttingford, William Eug ......29 The Eden . . . . .8364 Curzon Ave. . . .2225 St. James Ave. . . . . . . .526 Laurel Ave. 310 Stites Ave. .1634 Jonathan Ave. ene Gilgrass, Lane Seminary Dalton, Martha C ................ 1018 Foraker Ave. Daly, Mary Catherine. . . Dauch, Matilda Mantell. . . . . . . .583 Grand Ave. . . . . . . .2921 Eden Ave. Davis, Margaret Louise ...., ..... 4 940 Plainville Pk. De Charms, Alice ........ ....... 1 663 Bruce Ave. Delabar, Augusta Louise .... .... 3 435 Carthage Ave. Delabar, Anne Marie ..... .... 3 435 Carthage Ave. De Vore, Madge ....... . . . .2413 Clifton Ave. Dietrich, Mary C .... 608 Fierman Ave., Bellevue, Ky. . . . . .Kellog Rd. Dimmerman, Elmer. .............. . Dolan, Edith Agatha. . . Dolle, Charles F ........ Dooin, Cecelia Anna .... Dow, Bessie Edith. . . . Dunn, Lulu ....... ..... Earle, Loretta Josephine ..... Eaton, Claudia ....... .. . Eckert, Florence Rosalie, 3981 Lowry Ave. . . . . . . . .Colerain Ave. . . . .3047 Eastern Ave. . . . .2415 Auburn Ave. . . . . 3030 Verdin Ave. . . . . .524 Hickman St. .Bellevue, Ky. ' A 4220 Floral Ave., Norwood, O. . . . . . .3412 Bishop sn. Eckstein Lucia ............... Edwards, Alameda Mae. Edwards, Irene ....... . . Edwards, Marion ...... Eid, Sophie. .......... . . Eifert, Leota Pauline .... Eiseman, Morris Lazares. . . . . .750 Mt. Hope Rd. . . . .2539 Stanton Ave. . . . .2539 Stanton Ave. . . .421 Catherine St. .427 Hopkins St. 251 Ehrman Ave. F i i Covin ton, Ky. Elliott, Una Beem. .31 W. our ., g Ellis, Mrs. John David ...........,.. 3505 Bevis Ave. Ermert, Hettie C ...... 804 Overton St., Newport, Ky. Evans, Rubie Lillian, ........... 2150 St. James Ave. Eyster, Florence R .......... ..... 1 651 Llanfair Ave. Faber, Frieda ...,............... 2351 Stratford Ave. Fahlbush, Katherine Augusta, ' 943 Columbia St., Newport, Ky. Fieger, Hattie ..................... 1414 Chase Ave. Feldman, Mary ..... A ....... ......... C ovington, Ky. Feldman, Erna M .' .... 1622 Scott St., Covington, Ky. 9 Southview Ave. Felix, Ida E .................... 40 Fell, Blanche Margaret ............. 1434 Pullan Ave. Fell, Estelle Mary ...... Fenton, Irma F .... Feusse, Elmer .... . . . .1434 Pullan Ave. . . . .3539 Shaw Ave. 1906 Bigelow St. 2946 Paxton Rd. Fichter, Edith ............... .... . . .2631 Vine St. Finn Lillie ........................ Fiscus, B. F ........... . ......... 3868 Isabella Ave. Fishburn, Josephine Redmond ....... 340 Ludlow Ave. Fitzsimmons, Alice Marie, ' ' 234 W. Ninth St., Newport, Ky. Fitzsimmons, Catherine Mary, 234 W. Ninth St., Newport, Ky. Flanagan, Grace Irene. . Foote, Amy Lee ............. Foote, Susan L. B ..... Footlick, Selma ......... Frank, Mabel M. Van... Franken, Bertha ....... Freeman, Stella M ..... Fridman, Edith Shaw, New Richmon d, O., Fuchs, Anna ..............,. Fuller, Lillian Elizabeth ...... Fuson, Henry H ......... Garrison, Mary E .... 4 -. . Gebhart, Gustav E .... Greenberg, Frieda .... Gehrlein, Laura ..... Geiger, Ruth M .... Geis, Marguerite .... Geist, Robert M ...... Gellenbeck, Anna P. . . Geyler, Ethel L ........ 3213 Mozart Ave. . . . . . . .1104 Cross Lane . . . . . . .1104 Cross Lane . . .3526 Woodburn Ave. . . . . .2595 Eastern Ave.- . . . .717 W. Ninth St. 3414 Telford Ave. and 2220 St. James Ave. . . . . .1700 Kinney Ave. . . . . . . .2810 Preston St. . . . .Covington, Ky. . . . . . . .408 Broadway . ....2319 Flora St. 510 Union St. . . .329 W. McMillan St. . . . . . . .2942 Wardall St. . . . . .Kennedy Heights . . . .3228 S. Bishop St. . . . . . . . .407 Resor Ave. .6392 Astor Pl. Ave Da ton, Ky. Gibson, Aileen Mae .... ., y Gilbert, Lillian Clay ................ 328 Albany Ave. Goetzel, Helen ....... A ....... ..... 2 137 Loth Ave. Grad, Sarah Belle ........ ..... 3 441 Knott Ave. Graef, Elsie Dorothy ....... .... 1 631 Madison Rd. Graham, Margery Grace. . . ...... 3209 Reading Rd. Grant, Bertha Loomis .... .... 3 618 Woodford Rd. Grant, Eva Mae ....... ......... 3 740 Dirr Ave. Gray, Ethel Lois ..... ....... 2 533 Melrose Ave. Gray, Mabel Ruth .... ..... 4 602 Winona Terrace Green, Georgia B .... .... 3 420 Stettinius Ave. Grop, Clara May ........ ..... 4 419 Station Ave. Gruener, Alma ............ ....... 1 031 Oehler St. Guilfoile, Mary Elizabeth ............ 635 Walnut St. Gusweiler, Mrs. Luza B ........ 6018 Lower River Rd. Hacke, Willy Hugo Gottfried .' ....... 2011 Dunlap St. Haft, Georgietta Joyce ........... 52 E. McMillan St. Hageny, Edward A .................... 210 Lyon St. Harper, Berta B .................... 828 Maple Ave. Harrison, Alice A ...... 826 Maple Ave., Newport, Ky. Harrison, Willa Louise ..... .......... 4 259 Fergus St. Hart, Mrs. Barbara Margaret ....... 2543 Vestry Ave. Hartlieb, Ruth C ..... 3828 Regent Ave., Norwood, O. Hauck, Emilie Margaret ............. 935 Dayton St. l336l in lin MQ. -V A is P' lb! - .. . as ,dvi ' ' il 4' 3. .- . ii? nv " lf. ef .. MM' .34 ,,, A gn . I 'sw ,QR t .. .4-M4 'Ji 0.214 .. A 'nw Hauck, Eva Lydia .................. 935 Dayton St. Haungs, Mrs. Louise Nelson .....,,, 733 Elheron Ave Hawley, Amos Henry. .2820 Harris Ave. Norwood O Healey, Marie Charlotte ....,.,..... G37 Prospect Pl Heeg, Clara May ....,... .... I 3535 Hudson Ave. Heintzman, Nora ....., . ..,. 3018 Sander St. Heitz, Lauretta Eva. .....,..,......., 2358 Rohs St. Heller, Frieda Maurie, 211 Ridgeway Ave., Newport, Ky. Helman, Mabel Rockwood ..........,. 2527 Erie Ave. Helman, Ruth Leonard .,......... ..., 2 527 Erie Ave. Henken, Bessie Matilda, 2105 Carroll Ave., Newport, Ky. Hennegan, Catherine C. ...,.,..... 953 Armory Ave. Henry, Bertha .....,.., 320 Burns Ave., Wyoming, O. Herancourt, Helen Marguerite ...... 921 Foraker Ave. Herancourt, Lillian Barbara ..,.,... 921 Foraker Ave. Herler, Mildred Rosella, Queen City Ave., and Lick Run Rd. Herman, Edna ........ 321 Overton St., Newport, Ky. Hess, Clara K. A ..................... 1927 Vine St. Hester, Beulah, I . 5 Evergreen Ave., Southgate, Newport, Ky. H1gg1ns,.Ruth Margaret ............ 6731 Lebanon St. Hoff, Frieda ....................... 407 Mohawk St. . . . . .2860 Shaffer Ave. ..........1729CarlSt. Hoffman, Emma ....... Hoffman, Minnie ....... Hoffman, Velma ......... ......,. 2 860 Shaffer Ave. Hollman, Hazel Valeria .....,.. 114 W. Seventieth St. Honekamp, Marie Thersa ..,.... 4221 Thirty-third St. Hooge, Raymond ....... .... 2 511 Auburn Ave. Houk, Raymond A ...... ...... 1 114 Draper St. Howard, Edna Lucille ,... ........ 4 3 Courtview Apts. Howard, Gertrude Daisy ..,. . , .740 W. Seventh St. Hueber, Mary Magdalene .... ...... 2 908 Ziegle Ave. Hunt, Helen M ........... .... 3 911 Elsmere Ave. Huster, Clara E ......... ..... 2 716 Scioto St. Innes, Marion ....... Irwin, Marie A ....... Jackson, Walter A ...... ... . .950 Summit Ave. .......578 W. Sixth St. .............636W.9thSt. Jennings, Otls ................ 1033 Washington Ave. Jensen, Mildred H. . .Orchard Ave., Arlington Heights Johnson, Ann ....................,... 1209 Main St. Johnson, Elizabeth A ........... 120 Wentworth Ave. Johnson, Maria ....... 372k W. Oak St., Ludlow, Ky. Jones, Dorothy Cartwright ......, 2200 East Hill Ave. Jones, Margaret Elsie, 444 Van Voast Ave., Bellevue, Ky. Jordan, Floyd ...................... 115 Garfield Pl. Julien, Gertrude .... 2127 Cameron Ave., Norwood, O. Kaiper, S. Everett ...........,....... 1006 Lenox Pl. Kallies, Loeween Amelia .......... 1619 Baymiller St. Kath, Anna .......... .......,.,.... 3 723 Cass Ave. Kearney, Dollie Elizabeth, 122 W. Fourth St., Covington, Ky. Kelley, Alice .................... 2305 East Hill Ave. Kennedy, Mrs. Nora Bess Ely ...... 3329 Gilbert Ave. Kiel, Anna ................. 2400 Montana Ave. East Kiester, Muriel Inez ,............ 2220 St. James Ave. Kinney, Eloise ................. 4247 Brookside Ave. Kirkpatrick, Edgar Earl .... ...... 1 336 Cryer Ave. Kline, Carl Richard ,...........,....... 7 Estelle St. Klinkenberg, Julia Marie .... ...... 5 43 Rockdale Ave. Knorr, Arline Jeanette .... Ohio Ave. and Graham St. Koenigkramer, Edna Hermina .... 3156 Montana Ave. Koenigkramer, Lillian Wilhelmina, 1953 Fairmount Ave. Kramer, Elsa ....................... 1334 Broadway Kuller, Bertha ................,... 1255 Dewey Ave. Lamb, Nannie Jeannette, 822 Walnut St., Dayton, Ky. Lang, Hazel Margaret ................, 1712 Vine St. Langdon, Elizabeth ............. 4003 Rose Hill Ave. Laughlin, Julia ....... ..,. 2 509 Ritchie Ave. Law, Gertrude .................. 2422 Highland Ave. Le Count, Vera Adelia, 722 Columbia Ave., Newport, Ky. Lehnhoff, Lauretta Rose ..........,.. 475 Riddle Rd. Lehnhoff, Marie Ottilia ..........,... 475 Riddle Rd. Leue, Mrs. Grace Gilbert .... .... 3 28 Albany Ave. Levinson, Rose ............ ...... 2 822 Eden Ave. Levy, Hattie M ..... ...... . . .303 Goodman Ave. Liebholdt, Rudolph ......... .... 5 13 Advance Ave. Liebholdt, Mrs. Ruth Hall. . . .... 513 Advance Ave. Liebing, Frieda ........... .... 3 503 Trimble Ave. Lincoln, Inez Estelle ...... . . .1000 Celestial St. Lindeman, Elsie ...... ..... 9 4 Jergens Ave. Healey, Francis Robert ....,.... 2918 Woodburn Ave: Logan, Cora Lee. . ....... . . 2537 Park Ave. Lohrer, Florence Louise . . . . 113 li. Nlcklillan St. Long, lnez Bindley, -153.1 laiiziyetu- Ave., Norwood, O. Long, Lilla .... ,.......... . . 122 Washington Ave. Lotter, Frederick IJ ............ 2-125 Xlcklicken Ave. Lundy, Marie I-Idwina. . . 25210 Ingleside l'l. Lusby, Helen Alison ....... 1828 Hewitt Ave. Lyons, Dennis IC ............ . . . . 20 Nevada St. McCafl'erty, Florence Taylor. ., . , 316 llixmylh Ave. McCafl'erty, Margaret Dillon ....,., 3629 lin-vis Ave. McCallum, Margaret Geneva. . ..,. 302 Ludlow Ave. McClanahan, Cora ............... 2106 Sinton Ave. McConnell, Estella ............ 2-10-1 1-Idgewood Ave. McDonald, Mary Lucille. .... .... 2 ,106 Ashland Ave. McGregor, Hilda Margaret .... .... 2 157 Sinton Ave. McGrew, Anna N ........... .,... 2 1597 Vine St. .....359T Vine SI. McKelvey, Katherine .... ....... 1 028 Linn St. . . . .2112 Auburn Ave. , . . .2356 Auburn Ave. McGrew, Mary ........... McMillan, Damaris .,.. McReynolds, Edith .... McVey, Mary ..................... 20 IC. Eighth St. MacDougall, Hazel ............ 1020 Del Monte Pl. Mack, Laura Blanche, 120 Evergreen Ave., Southgate, Ky. Mahoney, Patricia Anne .........., Klinkhamer Bldg. Mains, Dessie ...........,...,.... 2828 Rosella Ave. Maloney, Daniel Elmer .... ...,. - 1120 Crown St. Maloney, William John .... ...... 8 24 Gest St. Marble, Margaret .......... ...215 W. Ninth St. Marechal, Blanche Veronica. .. ...... 819 Betts St. Martin, Louis Frank ......... ..,.. 9 06 Clinton Sl. Marx, Hildegarde Louise .........,..... 1110 Vine St. Meador, Mildred .......... . . .1713 Humboldt Ave. Meek, Bernice Elizabeth. . . ...... Newtonsville, O. Meyder, Minnie ......... ...... 1 1235 Florida Ave. Meyer, Edith A ........ .... 1 135 Hawthorne Ave. Meyer, Katherine .... ..... I 3571 Colerain Ave. Meyer, Edith Agnes .... .... 4 35 Hawthorne Ave. Meyer, Margaret ....... ...... 8 05 Hutchins Ave. Miller, Esther Louise .... . . . 1705 Westwood Ave. Miller, Helen Myrtle. . . .....,. 653 Foulke St. Moeller, Evelyn ......... . . .573 Considine Ave. Moleux, Helen Camille ..... ...... 6 215 Erie Ave. Moleux Marie. .G .......... ....... 6 215 Erie Ave. Molitor, Ida Marie .................... 1930 Vine St. Molitor, Elsie Fredericka .............. 1930 Vine St. Monjar, Thirza Belle. .......... 213 E. Thirteenth St. Morrison, Helen May ........... 24 W. Seventieth St. Mossmyer, Alene Christine .....,. 2511 Highland Ave. Mueller, Eleanor Carrie, 425 Ward Ave., Bellevue, Ky. Mueller, Stephen King. . . ........ 1719 Central Ave. Mussman, Elsie Lillian. .2033 Pine St., Covington, Ky. Naish, Sylvia Marie ..... ........,..... 7 28 Clark st. Nelson, Eleanor Marshall ....... 4809 Winona Terrace Neurman, Mollie ......... . . . .3239 Fairfield Ave. Newell, Maria Louise ...... ...... 4 27 Hopkins St. Newman, Joseph Frank ............ 26 W. Liberty St. Neyer, Elsie ..................... 2303 Colerain Ave. Neyer, Emma ................... 2303 Colerain Ave. Niederhafer, Mrs. Margaret Anne ..... 96 Jergens Ave. Niedermeyer, Amelia C. . . .......... 920 Grand Ave. Niedermeyer, Flora ................. 920 Grand Ave. Nieman, Edna Sophia .... .... 1 517 Baymiller St. Nieman, Mary Louise .... . . .... 2712 Erie Ave. Nieman, Emma Syrian ............... 2712 Erie Ave. Norris, Ethel Elizabeth, t 621 Garrard St., Covington, Ky. Nowack, Emily Louise ............. 2413 Clifton Ave. Nunneker, Elsie Kathryn .......... 1722 Baymiller St. O'Brien, Betty ..... 1913 Greenup St.,-Covington, Ky. Oetjen, Edith Margaret .......... 6215 Kennedy Ave. O'Hara, Etta Marie. .4413 Ashland Ave., Norwood, O. Orr, Anna May .................. 923 Paradrorne St. Osterbrock, Wm. C ................. 119 W. 15th St. Otis, Eleanor Marian ..... .... 3 339 Montgomery Rd. Otte, Dorothy Lufl' ..... .......... 3 514 Stacey AV9- Otten, Freda ........................ 3016 Scioto St. Parker, Jessie Elizabeth. . .602 Oak St., Newport, Ky. Parker, Paul Ellis .................. Greensprings, O. Patton, Annette Lasseter ........ 2134 St. .James Ave. Persons, Dorothy McCollom .......... 230.3 Ohio Ave- Pfaller, Mary Magdalena ......... 3626 Harrison Ave. Phillips, Beatrice Luella ............... 2526 Vine St. Phillips, Jennie Avice, 5 Evergreen Ave., Newport, Ky. Pienkowski, Mae .................... 2850 Erie Ave. Pirrung, Mrs. Adele ..........,..... 1218 Walnut St. Plack, Aurelia. ...... . . .3240 Burnet Ave l337l .J l an H' 5. Q 1- 4 U ' P -vt' 'F . we 4' : y rf 3' 4 ' ,lf an In 9' 'dn all A ,Y Ali W ,Y 1 ll 13" 'I -mf WV nf ' 'H lr 2' , . ... f' 21 .ar ' ' 0 413 2 .4 2:1-f , . ' , 5-. T 1. ' . . . 'fini-" ' 4.3.5. V Platt George Washington. . . ..,. 2116 Auburn Ave. Platt, Mumford Frank .... .... 2 116 Auburn .Ave. Pollak, Clara ........... . . .1504 Republic St. Pooley, Mary Helen .... ...... 2 The Roanoke Posner, Charles ............. . . .1354 Burdette ive. Posner, Sarah ................... 1354 Burdette ve. Proctor, Leland Manning, 805 Arlington Ave., Lockland, O. Pugh, Ida May ................. 5819 Glenview Ave. Pursell, Tillie E ...... 3535 Hudson Ave., Norwood, O. Raney, Carrie Emma Bryan, 7 Twenty-first St., Newport, Ky. Rasche, Adele ....................... 30 Findlay St. Raum, Clara Margaret ........ 321 Erkenbrecher Ave. Reedy, Jean .................... 3788 Millsbrae Ave. Reszke, Felix Eugene, R. R. No. 15, Box 95, Mt. Healthy, O. Rhine, Lenore McElvoy .......... 5730 Bramble Ave. Richard, Mrs. C. J ............... 836 W. Liberty St. Richardson, Ruth K ....... .... 2 632 Kemper Lane Rieman, Mary Ellen ...... . . ..... 501 E. Third St. Rieth, Susie Estelle ........... . .... 1659 Herbert Ave. Rinck, Adelaide Agnes ............,... 828 Oliver St. Roberts, Lida May .... 407 E. Fifth St., Newport, Ky. Spear, Alice Blanche ...... Q Spear, Marguerite Blake. . Specter, Josephine ......... Speidel, Oda Marie .......... Sporing, Edward Franklin .... Stacey, Edna Marie .......... . Staud, Marie .... ,... ............ Steiber, Maysie S ............ Steinborn, J osefine Georgiana. Stephens, Mabel Sarah: ...... Stephens, Maud Virginia. . Stevenson, Ruth ......... . . . .425 Riddle Rd. . . . .425 Riddle Rd. 3121 Borrman Ave. . . . . .2482 Paris St. . . . . .Newport, Ky. . . . .2756 Erie Ave. . . .2516 Ravine St. .1712 Madison Rd. 3431 Vine St. . . . .3105 Murdock Ave. . . . .3105 Murdock Ave. . .8357 Curzon Ave. . .256 Ehrman Ave. Rockel, Lydia Louise .............. 1875 Hewitt Ave. Rockel, Clarence William .......... 1875 Hewitt Ave. Roever, Donald Oliver .... .... 4 931 Roanoke St. Rogatzky, Frieda ....... Romaine, Millard ..... Romaine, Miriam. . . Roth, Edward L ....... . . . . . . .2453 Paris St. . . . .1378 Myrtle Ave. . . . .1378 Myrtle Ave. .......57 W. CorrySt. Royer, Lucile Marie .... ..... 7 57 Mt. Hope Rd. Ruths, Esther Carrie .... .... 1 28 Mulberry St. Schaaf, Florence K .... . . .7 Bella Vista Pl. Scheffel, Mildred ...... ....... 1 553 Lingo St. Schick, Alfred Casper. . . . . . .4205 W. Eighth St. Schick, John Matthew ...... .... 3 017 Temple Ave. Schiele, Julia ....................... 251 Emming St. Schiering, Harry Clarence, Hamilton, O., and 532 Belle Ave. Schlachten, Marie Anna, 1913 Sherman Ave., Norwood, O. Schmidt, Oscar William ....... . ..... 254 Klotter Ave. Schriefer, Verona Louise ............ 2358 Wheeler St. Schulze, Alma Emily. . .4008 Floral Ave., Norwood, O. Schulze, Elsie ...................... .440 Dayton St. Schwarberg, Beryl Louise,, 635 Nelson Pl., Newport, Ky. Schwarberg, Hazel Margaret, I 635 Nelson Pl., Newport, Ky. Schweikert, Mabel ....... 725 York St., Newport, Ky. Scully, Richard E ..... ............ 3 28 Purcell Ave. Sebastian, John C .... ........... 2 085 Harrison Ave. Selbern, Gladys ............. 1603 East McMillan St. Selbert, Mrs. Frida Foerster .......... 395 Grand Ave. Shanabrook, Alice .................. 5530 Orlando Pl. Shanabrook, Ira ................... 5530 Orlando Pl. Shears, Mrs. Nettie ................ 3063 Mathers St. Shafer, Emiline Mae, Carroll, O., and 200 Worthington Ave., Wyoming, O. Shepard, Agnes May.4225 Grove Ave., S. Norwood, O. Shoyet, Emiline ............... 200 Worthington Ave. Shook, Chester Rinehart ............- .... E uclid Apts. Sicking, May ............ ...... 2 343 Ohio Ave. Siereveld, Louise ....... ..... 5 68 Terrace Ave. Silverman, Celia .... ..... 8 82 Rockdale Ave. Simmer, Helen... . . ..... 549 W. Seventh St. Singer, Max Myer ........ ....... 1 245 Iliff Ave. Slut ora ............. ........ 3 Le Roy Court sky, D Smith, Dorothy Gertrude ...... 2428 Maplewood Ave. Smith, Dorothy Lockwood. ........ 1707 Sycamore St. Smith, Mrs. Mabel Curry, 4534 Lafayette Ave., Norwood, O. Smith, Marie Lillian ............ 3746 Applegate Ave. Spangenberg, Albert Carl ......... 2810 Colerain Ave. Stern, Bernice . X ................ Stewart, Raymdnd Forrest, 2148 Williams Ave., Norwood, O. Storck, Alma Anna Amelia .......... 242 Melish ive. Straus, Florence L ........... . . .668 Rockdale ve. Strauss, Helen Louise ...... . . . ' ......... 5 The Essex Stricker, Elizabeth .................... 2468 Paris St. Stuntz, Edna Marie ........... 2981 Observatory Rd. Sweeney, Kate Mary .............. 3471 Leland Ave. Swineford, Helen Agnes. .272 YV. Oak St., Ludlow, Ky. Syders, Vada B ................... 21 St. Leger Apts Szmulewicz, Stanislaw ............. 2346 Auburn Ave. Tackenberg, Charles William ........ 505 Ludlow Ave. Tavender, Ottilia K ............... 12 Roanoke Apts. Terdoest, Florence .......... . . .3298 Colerain Ave. Thorndyke, Mary ................. 533 Camden Ave. Tobin, Ellen L .................... Kennedy Heights Tobin, Helen Isabel. . .802 Maple Ave., Newport, Ky. Travers, Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold, 2264 Adams Ave., Norwood, O. Trout, Norwood S ............... 2502 Highland Ave. Tucker, Evelyn Caroline, . 1914 Hopkins Ave., Norwood, O. Van Pelt, Elsie Anna ............. 1607 Brewster Ave. Venn, Alice ............. 47 Euclid, Ave., Ludlow, Ky. Venn, Jessie ............ 47 Euclid Ave., Ludlow, Ky. Voltz, Frieda ................. ' .... 3004 Gilbert Ave: Wager, Imogene Constance ...... 3312 Columbia Ave. Walker, Bessie Mildred ............. 3015 Griest Ave. Walker, Mrs. Grace Isabella .......... 835 State Ave. Warren, Ruth Marion, 630 E. Third St., Newport, Ky. Waterman, Ruth Elizabeth ............ 2706 May St. Watkins, Frankie B., i Nashville, Tenn., and 903 Greenup St., Cov1ngton,PKy. Weinstein, Fanny ................. 3314 Perkins t Weis, Frieda Pearl. . . .. ........ 628 W. Cour Wendelstem, Katherine Werner, Katherine ....... Wettlin, Elsie Amelia .... White, Ella ............. Whyrich, Helen Edith. . . Wilansky, Dena ......... Wilder, Daisy ........... Williams, Leah Augusta. . Williams Sallie Evelyn. . . Willis, Florence Le Roy. . Wilson, Minnie Louise. . . Wingate, Burton Riddle. . Wirthlin, Irene Gertrude. Woellner, Adeline ....... Woodrough, Louis D .... Wuest, Alma ........... 2.l'1O Wuest, Betty Sophia ...... Wuest, J ohnnetta Elsie. . Wunker, Norma Jessie ...... n 3536 Vine St. ........3142 Gaff Ave. . . . . .316 Piedmont St. . . .2933 Montana Ave. . .249 W. McMillan St. . . .1649 Brewster Ave. . . . .2383 Wilder Ave. . . . . .4425 Station Ave. . . .3053 Kerper Ave. .2116 St. James Ave. .2502 Highland Ave. . . . . .2360 Ohio Ave. . . . . .946 Clinton St. 4730 Edgewood Ave. . .19 N. Warwick Apts. . .158 W. McMillan St. . . . . .2613 Dennis St. 158 W. McMillan St. 1740 Brewster Ave Yalen, Clara ................ Yanofsky, Marye ...... Yates, Roberta May .... Yost, Josephine Lee. . . Zeif, Ida ..... ....... Zeligs, Sarah ........... . . . . .422 W. Seventh St . . . . .2121 St. James Ave. Zerbe, Ione Juanita ....... Zering, Florence Clifford . M- COLLEGE FOB TEACHERS Graduates Ackerson, Clara Monroe, 307 Grove Ave., Wyoming ,O. Hagemeyer, Elizabeth C, 4418 Floral Ave., Norwood, O. Leen, Marcella ........ Manning, Bessie. ..... . Sturwold, Marie A ...... Hasemeier, Margaret .... ' l3381' . . . . . . .2700 Park Ave. .. . .711 W. Seventh St. . . . . . .820 W. Court St. . . . .15 E. McMillan St. . . . . . .2850 Erie Ave. . . . . .4386 Eastern Ave . . . .1820 Hawkins Ave . . . .1063 Overlook Ave . . . .3580 Epworth Ave -2253 Spring Grove Ave: 51th. lhl uf' Q ll - C 'r ,. . V- as '... 5 'vii ' . -4 'Q' ll qi lb Ov 58 1-'Q 'S' -wr ', ar- M '1 58 lg U .nv as nf' if it ' ' 253 1' 1 ,5- Qr H gif I 14' 'Q 54 A 1 .FQ A ' ' af' 'if . ' W' r QP F Vu .if si: 1 . . U r 1' " . ' ,v 4 nl .r ff 51 rf! . I, 4 1 Seniors Abrams, Tracy Gertrude, Urbana, Acomb, Marie Harriet .,,.....,,. Beekley, Marion ....,...... . Bruckman, Bertha CELAQ. . . . . . . . Byer, Florence ,.,. ......,..,.... Campbell, Helen Christina .,..,.. O., and 627 Oak St. . . .5642 Ridge Ave . .1929 Kinney Ave H3318 Reading Rd . .3443 Wellston Pl Cook, Helen Clara ......,....... 4229 Brookside Ave Culbertson, Charlene ,...... . . . . .1849 Clarion Ave Foley, Catherine Imogene ..... ,.,, 7 11 Elberon Ave Gray, Alice .................... Herman, Mrs. Jennie Levitch. . . Holloway, Mary Kughley ....,.., ........ArgusAve .711 E. McMillan St 32 52 Delaware Ave Jamieson, Katharine Louise ........ 34 Clermont Apts Jenkins, Elizabeth Jeantete ....... Jordan, Elsie ...........,.. . . . 3517 Monteith Ave .1643 Knowlton St Jordan, Margaret Hall ....,....,.. 817 Mt. Hope Rd Kahle, Helen. ....,............ . Kemp, Jennie Harriet, .1837 Brewster Ave 5166 Broerman Ave., St. Bernard, O Kienzle, Ethel Grace ....,.........., 907 Hopkins St Kreidler, Katherine May .......... 3616 Trimble Ave Kruse, Lorna Carolyn ......... . .4161 Hamilton Ave Lischkoff, Erma Gertrude. . . ...,. 3458 Hallwood Pl Miller, Marjorie Jay ..... Moore, Ruth Ellen ...... Nichols, Marjorie .,..... Pichel, S. Marie ......... Reiter, Hortense May .... Schafer, Susanna Sophia, Schreck, Anita Charlotte . Schroer, Marie Estelle ........... Spicker, Margaret ....... Stark, Cecille ....,,..... Weatherby, Juanita Alber Weinberger, Julietta ..,.. Weiss, Olga Lillian ...... Wheaton, Alta Grace, . . . . .3590 Monteith Ave 3202 Harvey Ave 1276 Streng St. Morris, Marjory Helen .... . . .4707 Winona Terrace Myers, Alice Catherine .... ...., 3 200 Mozart Ave. . . .... 3423 Mooney Ave. . . . .... 360 Northern Ave. Reemelin, Eleanor Austin ......,..... 430 Straight St. ............936Cl1ntonSt. A 502 Center Hill Ave., Elmwood Place, O. . . . . . . . .3019 Jefferson Ave. .2721 Jefferson Ave. . . . . . . .3032 Woodburn Ave. . . . . . . . . . .812 Mitchell Ave. ta ...... 4664 Hamilton Ave. . . . . . . . . .867 Hutchins Ave. . . . .61 South Warwick Apts. 130 Highland Ave., Elmwood Place, O. White, Sarah Harriet ............. Ju Belsinger, Emma Marie. . Caldwell, Leah Miriam. . Clark, Julia Elizabeth .... Evans, Mary Ethel ...... Ferris, Mildred Zorelda. . . Goldberg, Ruth ......... Gregson, Helene Estherlin. ..... . Hall, Cleopatra Christine. Haskins, Eleanor B ...... Heineman, Alma Lenore. . Howard, Edith Marie .... Hulick, Virginia Irene .... Kerr, Ethel Carolyn ..,. Kislinger, Marguerite .... Kolitz, Ida S. CELAD ..... ............ niors .1235 Lincoln Ave. ...........804GrandAve. . . . . . .3029 Moosewood Ave. . . . . .3242 Epworth Ave. . . . . .2336 Burnet Ave. . ..... 3457 Linwood Rd. . . . .... 2363 Chickasaw St. .3622 Zumstein Ave. ... ....... 2713 Alms Pl. . . . ..... 2102 Dana Ave. . . . ...... 3511 Stacey Ave. . . ........ 4327 Dunbar Pl. . . . . . . .820 Hutchins Ave. . . . .5968 Lower River Rd. . . . . . . .5822 Wyatt Ave. .26 Allison St. . . . . . . . . . .3332 Elland Ave. LeSourd, Mildred .... 1975 Cleneay Ave., Norwood, O. . . . . . . . .2550 Ingleside Ave. McCarthy, Helen Katherine ........ 1937 Clarion Ave. McDnoald, Elizabeth .............,. 3545 Paxton Rd. . .Cheviot and Mozart Aves. ............1807YoungSt. . . . . . . .626 Hawthorne Ave. Phillips, Louise Guilford .............. 211 E. 72d St. Pring, Esther Gertrude CELA1 .... ...... 3 54 Baum St. . . . . . . . .2100 Harrison Ave. Schroff, Ruth ..................... 2123 Deerfield Pl. ..........1335 MyrtleAve. Slutz, Ella Jeanette ..... Clovernook, Mt. Healthy, O. Kussel, Jeanette Ruth .... Linnard, Helen .......... Miller, Frederica ........ Orr, Jean ....... ....... Paddack, Mary Helen .... Ries, Mary Anna ........ Segal, Hannah ....... . . . Stall, Vera A .................... Stoehr, Roberta Josephine ........ .2710 Griffith Ave. .3450 Cheviot Ave. . . . . . . . .3603 Zumstein Ave. Wheeldon, Blanche Ninetta .... 3823 Mt. Vernon Ave. Wright, Artemia Pauline ......,.... 2141 Burnet Ave. Striker, Jeanette ........ Candida tes for Dip Bachrach, Minnie Hildred Brunk, Carrie Marie ..... Buchmann, Margaret .... Diesbach, Dora Ernestine. Dixon, Blanche Roselyn. . loma QKindergartenD ...........506MelishAve. ...........1543BeaconSt. . . .... 120 Piedmont St. . . . .... 624 Lincoln Ave. . .... 724 W. Sixth St. H5391 Friason, Henriet La Verne lHL.4l .... 2916 Xloniort St. Harton, Betty. . .309 XVashington Housh, Frances Ruth ............. Luebbers, Mary Jane ...... . . . Mehl, Ethel Rose ....... . . . Ave., Newport, Ky. . 3730 Drake Ave. ..2516A1arryaI St. . . 3320 Drexel Pl. Meier, Anna Louise .,..... .... . .265 Gilman Ave. Meyer, Lucie Georgianna ........ 1691 Xvl'SIYVOUd Ave. Penn, Louise Berry .................. 2823 Park Ave. Rutledge, Frances Ellen ............ 66 St. Leger Pl. Simmons, Margaret Virginia ...... 273 McCormick Pl. Weils, Marguerite Romilda, Hamilton, O., and 3000 Burnet Ave. Candidates for Diploma fArtl Blasch, Irene Frances .............. 1012 Grand Ave. Bound, Ellen Hampton ............ 2066 Sutton Ave. Brite, Helen Marie ................... 33-1-1 Gano St. Gault, Evelyn Rosalie, Muncie, Ind., and 139 XVoolper Ave. Kasting, Frieda M .,.............. 27-14 YVillard Ave. Prizer, Agnes Isabel. .813 O'Fallon Ave., Dayton, Ky. Rost, Norma Beatrice ............. 514 E. Fourth St. Wait, Blanche Ellen ...,......... -1011 Columbia Ave. Teachers Abbott, Dorothy Lynette ........... Mt. Healthy, O. Eschenbach, Elizabeth Rosetta, I 31 Miller Lane, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Austin, Mrs. Mary L .............. 1504 Lincoln Ave. Bacon, Mrs. Margaret Reardon .... 1250 Edwards Rd. Baechle, Julia Marie ....... ......... 3 30 Straight St. Barnette, Mary Rebecca ............... Roanoke, Va. Brater, Bertha M .......... . .118 Seventy-second St. Bell, Maggie Eloise ..... .......... 2 637 Alms Pl. Bieler, Flora ........... . . ...... 209 Hearne Ave. Brestel, Gertrude ........,....... 2359 Stratford Ave. Browne, Laura Elizabeth .......... 3546 Idlewild Ave. Brunsman, Walter Meyer ..... 113 W. University Ave. Callahan, Marjorie CELAJ ....... 966 Hawthorne Ave. Claassen, Clara Margaret KELAD, 4025 Elsmere Ave., Norwood, O. Clemen, Charlotte C ................ 212 Calhoun St. Clenna, Margaret Lee CELAJ, 228 E. Robbins St., Covington, Ky. Conrad, Beatrice C ................ 3009 Kerper Ave. Couzzins, Zenobia Luvinia, Oxford, O., and 528 Clark St. Cox, Artemisia Anita .............. 3009 Kerper Ave. Dalton, Mattie Cecilia QELAJ ...... 1018 Foraker Ave. Damus, Frieda Buaer ........... 216 Dorchester Ave. Debald, Bessie .......... 2063 Elm Ave., Norwood, O. Dewald, Lenore ................ 2335 McMicken Ave. Dial, Alice ....... Batavia, O., and 4504 Lucerne Ave. Dieckman, Elsa Pauline ...... 2243 Spring Grove Ave. Diserens, Mrs. E. C. ................ Mt. Healthy, 0. Dobler, Lydia Theodore .......... 2669 Bellevue Ave. Doll, Mary Virginia ................. 1052 Mound St. Dunlap, Marie Barnes CELAJ, 3612 Glenn Ave., Covington, Ky. Evans, Frances Pollock, 2004 Garrard Ave., Covington, Ky. Feger, Hattie Virginia .............. 1414 Chase Ave. Feldman, Mary Helen ............... Covington, Ky. Fisher, Jessie Gladys ...... .... 3 227 Jefferson Ave. Fitzgerald, Anna Louise ..... .... 3 207 Glendora Ave. Foley, Agnes ...................... 711 Elberon Ave. Freeman, Stella CELAD ............. 3414 Telford Ave. Frohliger, Ethel Emelyn, 3741 Spencer Ave., Norwood, O. Fuson, Henry Harvey CELAJ, . 1920 Garrard St., Covington, Ky. Geiger, Ruth Marie ................ 2942 Wardall St. Godshaw, Stella .................. 3442 Reading Rd. Crossman, Rose Jane .... ............. G lencoe Hotel Gusweiler, Lura Bartholomew KELAJ, h 6015 Lower River Rd. Hale, Elizabeth ..................... ,746 Hand Ave. Hale, Florence Julia ........ ........ 4 46 Hand Ave. Hale, Irene Gray .................... 746 Hand Ave. Hamilton, John McKee ............ 3258 Burnet Ave. Hammond, Grace Louise CELAJ, Q V McKeesport, Pa., and 733 W. Court St. Hartman, Mrs. Edith Tingley ...... 2358 Auburn Ave. Hauck, Helen Constance ......... 1820 Brewster Ave. Heitkamp, Sophie Elizabeth. .Westwood Sta., Route Z Helmer, Freda Marie ............... 6114 Prentice St. Herzog, Nettie ............... Apt. W, The Hamllwn Embshoif, George F. Herzog, John ...,.. 1 1 JH 4 1 1 1 l 2 l I 1 l 1 i l 1 1 l 5 1 1 1 Hibbard, Laura ......... 15 The Madrid, Burnet Ave . . . . . . . .. .1502 Lincoln Ave Hinson, Sadie B ........ Hollenberg, Alvina M. . . Hottendorf, Elizabeth CELAD .,..... Housh, William K. CELAD .......... 2920 Gilbert Ave Hurtzler, Emma .................... 3235 Bishop St Ingram, Mrs. Henrietta Washam. . .1218 Lincoln Ave ..........225MelishAve 810 Richmond stf Jackson, Mrs. Bertha ................. 2840 May St Jones, Efiie Mae ..................... Forestville, O Johnston, W. B ................... 447 East Fifth St Keadin, Kate Marie. .1933 Hudson Ave., Norwood, O Kessing, Louise Anna CELAD .... 4802 Lower River Rd King, Helen Mackenzie ............ 2115 Auburn Ave Kirkpatrick, Sue ................... 5622 Ridge Ave Kleiner, Clara ................,... 1029 Wesley Ave Kolbe, Lulia Clara .... 3919 Regent Ave., Norwood, O Kopp, Charles A. CELAD .................. Cleves, O Lally, Ella May .......... ...... 4 802 Glenshade Ave Lemon, Jessie Millicent ................ Newtown, O Lewis, Lydia May ..... Oxford, O., and 1523 Jones St Lotze, Frieda ................... 731- Ridgeway Ave Luse, Cora Edith ..... 46 E. First St., Mt. Healthy, O McCartney, Margaret Lloyd ............ 809 Barr St McGrew, Mary CELAD . .Milford, O., and 3597 Vine St Metzger, Ruth Harriet CELAD ....... 401 Ludlow Ave Meyder, Minnie CELAJ ............ 4235 Florida Ave: Micheal, Lillian ................ 1521 Merrimac Ave Miller, Dora ...................... 524 Armory Ave Minnes, Edward Everett .......... 804 Millsdale Ave Minnes, Louise Clark ............. 804 Millsdale Ave Motteram, Lucy ...... 535 Maple Ave., Newport, Ky Muehlbach, Philip. .........,... 927 McPherson Ave Muehlbrunner, Louise .............. 575 Howell Ave Murphy, Celia ......... .... 2 528 Hackberry St Nickles, Alice Belmer .... ......... 1 406 John St Nippert, Mrs. L. E ................ 1814 Fairfax Ave North, Mary Lavinia, 22 Southgate Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky Oeh, Anna Laura .................. 3033 Clifton Ave O'Neill, Laura ................... 2371 Fairview Ave Parker, Gail CELAD ........ 602 Oak St., Newport, Ky Patterson, Lulu Annette ........... 1346 Edwards Rd Paull, Martha T. CELAD .......... 3217 Glendora Ave Pearson, Emma ...... 111 Maple Ave., Southgate, Ky Phillips, Marie Ingram, i Lexington, Ky., and 312 Garrard St., Covington, Ky Pistorious, Emily ................... 755 Whittier St Pluckebaum, Dorothy .................. Loretta Ave. Probst, Arthur Reeder ............. 4329 Haight Ave. Pyle, Margaret Elizabeth, Y 1539 Scott St., Covington, Ky. Ratterman, Katherine ................, 510 York St. Reed, Cressie CELAD .4026 Burwood Ave., Norwood, O. Reed, Lela Frances ............,. .1314 Lincoln Ave. Reeve, Ellwood Perry, Smith Rd. and Kenilworth Ave., Norwood, O. Riesner, Anna ........................ 2620 May St. Riley, Ruth ........ 1707 Greenup St., Covington, Ky. . M t Ba Roberts, Mrs argare rr, 3952 Spencer Ave., Norwood, O. Sampson, Mrs. H. V .......... 11 The Delmoor Apts. Sapp, Nanna Alberta .......... 1424 E. McMillan St. Schaeuble, Clara ....... 332 N. Sixth St., Hamilton, O. Scheibert, Mrs. Louise M .......... 8439 Wiswell Ave. Scheuing, Minna J. CELAD ..,....... 1756 Hanfield St. Schmitz, Olive CELAD ..... ...... 3 738 Liston Ave. Smith, Carrie May .......... ...... 1 340 Lincoln Ave. Spalding, Alice Amy ................. 1810 Young St. Spooner, Beatrice ...................... Glendale, O. Springmyer, Lessie M .... R. R. No. 2, Westwood Sta. Suter, Maud CELAD, 3 Maud Muller Apts., Maplewood Ave. Theobald, Hertha .......... ......... 1 346 Chapel St. Thoennes, Alice Magdalene ...... 4237 Brookside Ave. Tobin, Ellen Louise ......... ...... 5 819 Knoll Ave. Topp, Bertha Marie ..... . . . .... 2606 Melrose Ave. Tracy, Kathleen ................... 532 Howell Ave. Trisler, E ..,.......................... Miami Ave. West, Marguerite Matilda Jane, Highland Ave. and Oak St. Westenhoif, Olga Mueller .......... 2621 Fenton Ave. Wheatley, Alma Blanche CELAD ..... Sta. K, Mt. Airy Wheatley, Viola Belle CELAJ ........ Sta. K, Mt. Airy Williams, Clara A ................. 4329 Haight Ave. Wilson, Maud Ella. .1812 Greenup St., Covington, Ky. Wise, Celia CELAD . ................. 1363 Chapel St. Wissel, Leona Philomena ......... R. R. No. 9, Sta. K Wolf, Christine Margaret ........ 4235 Brookside Ave. Wolfe, Anna Lee .... 10 E. Eighth St., Covington, Ky. Wood,'George Perry ,...... ....... 3 536 Gamble Ave. Worthington, Madeline, Q Wren, O., and 733 W. Court St. Wright, Florence M ........... 2842 Pine Grove Ave. Young, Elsie Lavine ................ Branch Hospital COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Seniors Andeugg, Rupert A ,... .............. 1 03 Mason St Allan, James E ......... Bagel, Walter T .... Bjorn, Albert T ..... Boone, Wallace W .... Dorsey, J. Robert. . . Ehlers, W. Donald. .... . Fischer, Chas ....... . . 14237 Brookside Ave 3237 Daytona Ave . . . . .Fitchber Mass gy . . . . .2372 Park Ave . . . . . . .Franklin, Ind . . . .4226 Langland St . . . . .802 Delhi Ave . . .431 Rockdale Ave . . . .2048 Auburn Ave Flath, Earl H .......... Fuller, Robert B. ....... Graebe, Herman C. ....... . Juergens, Oscar Samuel. . . Justice, Howard K. . Kapp, Cecil A ....... Katz, Henry A. . . . Kelly, Irwin C ...... Kincaid, Earle B .... Knabel, Arthur .....,.... Koehler, Christopher Kohlman, Irwin L. .. L.. ........Senoia, Ga . . .6229 Aspen Ave . . . . . .West Park, O . . . .Covington, Ky. . . .Somersville, O . . . .1127 Race St . . . . .Hazelwood, O . . . . .Mt. Carmel, O ........3738VineSt .... 528 Howell Ave .2538 Hackberry St Litwm, Jacob ........ ............ 5 21 Richmond St Meeten, Harold A. . . Morgon, Wm. J ..... Nocka, Alfred J ...... Norris, Clifton D .... Neuffer, Arnold ..... Priebe, Cedric Joseph. . . Shryock, Charles Shat Resor and Middleton Aves . . . .1133 Carson Ave .........3619 Vineyard Pl . , . .2058 Auburn Ave ................336HoseaAve ...............623JuneSt tuc .............. Zanesville, O Taulman, William Bryan .... ...... H azlewood, O. Tebow, Lee R ....................... 908 Morris St. Thomas, S. M .... ............... 2 669 Highland Ave. Todd, Fred C ............. 3920 Hazel Ave., Norwood Uihlein, Henry Calmer .......... 2706 Cleinview Ave. Wartcki, Mark Abraham CND ...... 535 Rockdale Ave. Wolsdorf, Henry.. ............ ..... 2 329 Flora Ave. Wright, Francis James ............. . .... Athens, Pa . Juniors Sloan, Charles H., Jr. .429 E. Fifth St., Newport, Ky Smith, Leland Hendrick ............... Carthage, Ill Smythe, Jesse Virgil ..................... Peru, Ind Averil, Wm. D ...... ..........,. 2 667 Highland Ave. Bailey, Samuel M . Boone, Joe C ....,... Brault, Richard H .... Detraz, Edwin W .... Elbert, Joseph E. . . Elhoff, Erwin J ..... Fabe, Isadore ........ Fasold Arthur G. . Feighery, Eugene J .i .U Fasset, Frances H .... Gaenge, Edwin R. . Garrison, James H. . . Geis, Robert L ........ Gellenbeck, Francis R. . . Goetz, Harold E. . . Hannum, Dane M. . ...................NeWport,Ky. Hartman, Joseph R ............ Hecker, Chas. H. . . 2032 El Hermann, Harold N ........... High Seldon F ..... Hobstetter, Norman Howell, John H .... .....2372 Park Ave. . . .2527 ,Auburn Ave. .4210 Sherwood Ave. . .4405 Leonard Ave. . . . . . . .3251 Vine St. . .2122 Kemper Lane . . . . . .1737 Pulte St. . . . . .Covington, Ky. .2667 Highland Ave. . .4038 Taylor Ave. . .2938 Urweiler Ave. . .115 Huntington Pl. . . . . .407 Resor'Ave. . . . .Milwaukee, Wis. ..........Sab1na,O. . . .4914 Eastern Ave. m Ave., Norwood, O. . . .2237 Francis Lane . .2648 Bellevue Ave. ........1342GraceAve. A ..... 150 W. McMillan St. . . . . . . . . . .2667 Highland Ave. .3039 Montana Ave 3 U. . mai .1 . 'Pie J mf 'Ml - V lim 9 D hklilfzi 1 sw IS, l url' W' 1? 'Q . ,ffl .,f '51 'gil . vt? .1 , ni' gg: 7 .4 nf. vt- . . A :ic 1' 5 Viri, 1 0 Y A 641 nf, . . , ,os ,M Q 9 . ,f al 1 l 1 SQ 'Nil l 4., i l I. M I-Iuss, Frank VV ....... Kellogg, Robert H .... Kopler, Lionel J ,..,.. Knorr, Herman A ,... Langenheim, Arthur W Luckett, Oscar ....,,. McKinley, Glenn L. .. Meyer, Chas. S ....., Moss, Fred J ...... Neufer, Alfred ,... . Noble, Newton A .... Osborn, Cyrus R ..... Patterson, Alexander .... . . Peterson, Howard ....,..,. Probst, George H. CND. . . Reade, Ralph W. B. . . .. Whein, Stanley P .,.. Ritter, C. Clifford .,.. Stegemeyer, Louis A. . Stratemeyer, Arthur. . Van Pelt, Arthur A.. . West, Herbert N .... Wiessler, John E ..... Yelton, Paul H ...... Pre-Juniors . . .624 Maple Ave ....Nunda, N. Y .. ........... Dayton, CD 3333 McGregor Ave . . . . . . . .Baxter Ave .. . . .227 Alhian Pl .54 McMillan St ... . . . .Reading Rd . . . .621 NV. 6th St . . . .236 Hosley Ave . ,.,..,.,. Buffalo, N. Y. 2667 Highland Ave .....,....ILrle,Pa .......Dayton, O ........Marion, O . . .3727 Lovell Ave. . .. ...., 70 Ehrman Ave Richard, Edwin Jack .,.. . . . .3341 Reading Rd H4317 Height Ave .. . ..,. 36-10 Russell Ave . . . . .427 NVarner St . . . .27 Lakewood Ave .....2717 Dacey Ave ............4l9E.LibertySt ..............3018SandersSt Abrams, Louis ........ 625 Isabella St., Newport, Ky Agger, Max Peter ................,... 1041 Clark St Allen, Charles J. CND ........,.... 3738 Edwards Rd Atkin Bernard Sa re Pa , ....... ..,...... y , Beekley, Henry Lee. . . .... 1929 Kinney Ave Berg, Isadore A ................... 3344 Reading Rd Bockhorst, John J ................. 774 Summit Ave Breiel, G. W. ......... 838 Linden Ave., Newport, Ky Brite, H. Leigh ..................... 3344 Gano Ave Chryst, Walter ..............,..... Germantown, O Clark, Harry F ....... . ....... Monroe, Wash Constable, Chas. E .... .... 4 220 Marburg Ave Crome, Lester ....... Brand, Clifford G .... Elliot, T. Ernest .... . . . . .127 Calhoun St . . . .14 W. Carlton St . . . . . . .353 Shiloh St Garnatz, George F ............... 1710 VVestern Ave Greiser, Kenneth CND ...... ..... Henlein, Carl A. CND. .2446 Mound Ave., Norwood, O. Henshaw, Lewis J ...... .......... 5 763 Belmont Ave. Hobart, John P. ................. 2419 Salutaris Ave. Hucke, Raymond .... .... 4 04 Lombardy St. Keck, Wm. E ..... ....... 2 6 W. 13th St. Knorr, Werner ..... ........ S pringfield, O. Mirsson, Rene ...... .... 4 2 E. McMillan St. Mitchell, Calvin D .... .... 2 210 Gilbert Ave. Newbold, Ernest M .... ..... L ouisville, Ky. Nuezel, E. H ......... . . .1678 Cedar Ave. Oberlander, Theo. F .... ....... 2 74 Emming St. Pease, George B ...... .... 2 647 Bellevue Ave. Pockras, Harry ......... ....... T owanda, Pa. Pope, Howard Louis .... . . .3819 Drake Ave. Redman, Roy Shafter ..... ......... B utler, Ky. Richter, Dewey Gustav ............... 24 Findlay St. Schauffel, Willard H, Fairfield and Washington Aves., Bellevue, Ky. Schmidt, Albert G .....,............ 2723 W. 6th St. Sorin, Eugene ....................... 3396 Erie Ave. Stokes, Edwin N ......... . ........ 2363 Ohio Ave. Streitelmeier, Edward C ....... .235 W. McMillan St. Thaman, Frederick ....... ..... 2 523 Stratford Ave. Theis, Edwin R ......... ......,..... N ewport, Ky. Trinkle, Carl ........ .... 2 355 W. McMillan St. Tuttle, Donald E .... . ..... 42 E. McMillan St. Weidlich, J. E. ..........,............ 2470 Paris St. Wiegand, Vernon I ............... 4248 Auburn Ave. Winslow, Edward Llewellyn, Jr. . .3413 Whitfield Ave. Vifolfinger, Ralph Wilson CND ............. Marion, O. Wood, Clinton H .................... Rossmoyne, O. Sophomores ' 126 Winkler Ave. Alexander, Clarence H ............. Allan, Donald ......... . . . Allen, Gleen H. ...... . Arnold, Chas. F ,.... Bailey, Herbert P .... Barkley, Rud ...... Beaman, J. A. ..... . . Benzing, Gordon O .... Bishop, Walter W ..... Brockman, Norbert C .... . . . . .3237 Daytona Ave. Chevy Chse, D. C. .......Harrison. O. ......3909 Vine St 925 Clinton St. 2628 Cleinview Ave. ......Hamilton, O. 2210 Ohio Ave. .3559 Newton Ave. Brown, James D. . Vovington, Ky Bueliler, R. J -llii' Rirldlv Rd. C'handler, l'aul J . llil l-I. 1'niversity Aw- Cfone, Philip .. . ., sv rim-ri..t-it nm I hordes, XX illiam Allu-rt, S iringln-ld Ave., Wyoming, CD . . l Curtiss, Howard Vrosliy, Davis, Corwin Spalding, 1 rw c' Athens, l'a. V..- .rm-nup St., C'ovington, Ky Day, Howard Bloorlgoorl , Deardorll, Harold Emerson Dehmel, Lester Forrest .... Dc-Ginther, Chas. W Donnelly, Richard J . Douthit, George R Easley, Moody XY. Eilers, Henry G. .. Fenley, Morgan .... Finch, Brent S ... Garrison, Stuart R. Geis, Fred L .... Gleeson, Francis M . Graner, Lo ...... . . Gregory, Louis Joel. Guilday, John XVilliam,. ..... . . KK 4-sllu-ld, N. J. lmyion, U. 2l1llilniperi1ilSt . llarda-sly Ave. .. Newport, Ky. Sioux Falls, S. D. 31057 M arklin-it A ve . :mo iiow.-11 Avg-A C'ovington, Ky 172715. McMillan St 2938 Urweiler Avi- ll5 Huntington l'l 29 1Yoodsdale Ave. 5,1 li. McMillan St . . Demopolis, Ala, 'if-nia O. Hallberg, Thure Eberhardt 1 .YD . . . CIhicago,'Ill Hartman, John Killiy. . ..... 5200 Shattue Ave Hensel, Harry NV ....... ...... 2 250 Schoedinger Ave Hollister, Leonard Cochran ...,... . . Sheridan, Yvyo House, Edwin Ralph 2-126 Hudson Ave., Norwood,'O Hughes, John S. .. Jander, John ...,.... . . Johnston, Archie P Kiefner, Frank W., . . Kiessling, Fred J. . Kinney, Wm. A ....... ..... .....,,..Bullalo, N. Y .....I5ull'alo, N. Y . .2865 Stanton Ave . . .I'errysville, Mo . . . . . . . .-1123 Lora Ave ......1Vyoming, O. Kirschner, Chas. F, . . . ....... 2877 Observatory Rd Koeppen, Harold ........... Koski, Elmer Jacob ..,....... Landon, William Bradley, Jr.. .. Lyford, George ............. McClure, Arthur William CND.. . . Meshon, James ............. Me ers Phili M. .......... ,y , p Mills, Frank F ............... Morris, George William ...... Morrison, Frank William CND Myers, James Earl .......... Newell, George ..... ........ Noble, John Irvine CND Nuezel, Wilbur Frank .... Olinger, Stanton ........ Ott, Rueben E ...,..... Paton, Alex. N ..........,,. Peter, Oswald Frederick ..... Pfefferle, Frank Herman CND . . Piper, Robert Neal CND ....... Plueddeman, Hugo R. . Post, Errett Augustus. .U .1 .U Ricker, F. G ........... . . . Ritzi, John H ....,... Rodgers, George K. . . Roller, Walter W. . . Rosenstein, Sidney. . . . Roshong, Roy G .... Roush, Allen B ...... Rosin, Isiah ......... Salkover, Nicholas M . . . Sarvis, Robert G. . ...... . Schneider, Matthew S .... Schoelwer, Wm. B ...... Schrader, Chas. H .... Schroer, James M .... Schulte, Henry J ....... Schoemaker, Glenn E .... Sigmund, Ralph NV. . . Smedley, Anderson B. . . Splain, VValter E ....... Stackhouse, Howard L .... Stackhouse, Judson .... Steinmann, Wm. N .... Steiner, Ealbert J. ..,. ,... . Stewart, Russell E .... ....... Taylor, Albert J ..... ...- Theis, Charles F .... . . . Wagner, Berzilius. . . 'Watts, Thomas R. , , NVill, Albert H .,.,. . . .Milwaukef-:1Vis. . . . . .XVaterford, Conn . . . . .Meadvillc-, Pa. . ..,... Dayton, O. ..,...Dayton, O. ..,..,.Altoona, Pa . .3324 Perkins Ave. . , .Kennedy Heights .... . .Terre Haute, lnd. ... .1606 Mansfield St . , . . .1830 Fairfax Ave ..,.Westfic-ld, N. Y .......Glenside, Pa . . . . .1678 Cedar . . . .2126 Auburn Ave Ave .......820YorkSt .....Racine, Wis . , .Rossmoyne, O .,.,...Appleton, . ,.... 1334 Meier NVis Ave ..........448AdaSt N. Chattanooga, Tenn . . . . . .536 Howell ......14 Juergens Ave Ave , . . . .Fall River, Mass . . . . . .Milwaukee, Wis . . ,274 Dorchester Ave .........,Lanton,O .....,Greenfield, O . . . .3550 Newton . . . .256 Ehrman . .4149 YVoodbine .........Odebol . , .2851 Victoria . . . . . . .Brookline . . .2721 Jefferson .......,Hamilto . . .1Vinchester, Ave Ave Ave t, Ia Ave. Ave. Ave. n, O. Ind. . . ,Philadelphia, Pa. ....Mt. Health y, O. . . . .6210 Manuel St. ,......,Fostor1a, O. .....,...Fostoria, O. -1237 Yvilliamson Pl. .......Chicago, Ill. ..3-ll-1 Telford Ave. Forrest Grove, Oregon. ......Newport, Ky. ....Covington, Ky. . . .1Vinchester, Ind. .4-115 Plainville Rd. Williams, Harry B ..... .... Withrow, Stanley C .... Woelfiin, Wm. Jr.: . . . Wuest, Roy E ........ .... Young, Lawrence E .............. 54 E. McMillan St. . .411 Ludlow Ave. . . . .Louisville, Ky. . .Glenwood, Minn. 1632 Freeman Ave. Freshmen Alcorn, Herbert S ............. Anderson, Lloyd W. . . Baker, John R ...... Bardes, Calvin E ,... Beaven, Jos. M ...... Beck, Cornelius D .... Beer, Harold W ...... Benedict, Warren A. . Billard, Gordon Y .... Blair, Russell M ...... Bradner, James W ...... Brittingham, Wm. R. . Brown, Carlton E.. . . . Brown, John E. .... . Burnett, Ralph . . . Burt, Robert V .... Caldwell, N. F ..... Carter, Julian P .... Casey, Stanley ...... Champlain, W. J .... Coons, Edgar D ..... Coplon, Earl M ..... Cornelius, Carl H ..,. Coverston, Fred L .,.. Daly, Wm. J ......... Des Jardins, Gregory. Daubenbis, Nordon W DeWeis, Merle ...... Dods, Henry J ....... DuBrul, Steven ...... Durbin, Edward D . . . Elsbach, Fremont A ..... . . . Ernst, Maurice E .... Eshbaugh, Jesse E .... Evans, John P ...... Evans, Royce ....... Fassett, Oliver K ..... Fields, Alexander S. . . Fischbach, Bassil E. . . Fisher, Harry C ...... Fitzgerald, Percy H ...... Flemming, Thomas C. Forthman, Alfred E. . Foust, Jessie L ...... Frowe, Chester E .... Fulner, Raymond .... Gebauer, Max B . . . . Gest, Henry ...... AGeis, M. C ..... . Gibson, Frank ...... Glaser, Carl W ...... Glicksberg, Hyman. . . Goldstein, Rueben .... Goode, Godfrey P .... Graham, C. L ...... Gray, L. D ......... Green, Harrison .... Haller, Karl R ..... Hamblin, Arthur ..... Hanauer, Chas. H .... Harris, Louis S ...,. Harrod, John M .... Haslup, Robt. E. . . Hawk, Wm. M ...... Havelaar, Wm. 'C .... Hedger, Howard B. . . Henry, Chester J .... Hentz, Elmer G ..... Hibarger, Edwin G ..... Hoeck, Wm. T ..... . . . Husung, John L ..... Ideson, Allison B .... Isreal, Dorman D .... Isphording, R. Gerald ..., Jacobs, George H .... Jenkins, Rieherd B. . .517 Monteith Ave. Jervis, Thomas E .... Johnson, Darryl W. . Johnson, Marcus K. . Jones, Gordon M .... yoming, O. . . . . .Cleveland, O. .. . . . .Norwood, O. 1055 Marshall Ave. . . . .Paterson, N. J. .JeFfersonville, Ind. . .Fitchburg, Mass. ......11E.8thSt. . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . .Norwood, O. . . . . . .Ashland, Ky. ' ' ' iQ3li'IQeiiQ1eii' Ave. ' ' 3425 Boudinot Ave. .313 Crestline Ave. 3822 Drake Ave. .......Y.M.C.A . . . .2221 Park Ave. . .4352 Haight Ave. I I ....... Y. M. C. A . . .5629 Bramble Ave. . .1118 Rosemont Ave. ........Newport, Ky. . . .1537 Marlowe Ave. . .2915 Portsmith Ave. . .5467 Hamilton Ave. . . . . . .2638 Dennis St. M.C.A . . .6001 Kennedy Ave. 835 Beecher St. 314 E. University Ave. . .3049 Cleinview Ave. . . . . .4602 Ward St. . . . . . .Dayton, Ohio .. . . . .Wyoming, O. . . . .2311 Nelson Ave. . . .2667 Highland Ave. . . . . . .Marshall, Texas . . .1604 Sycamore St. . . . .1309 Bowman St. . . . . .Fitchburg, Mass. . . . .3050 Bracken Rd. ..........Dayton,O. . . . .1720 Fairfax Ave. . . . . . .Newport, Ky. . . . . .517 West 8th St. . . . .2145 Grandin Rd. . . . . . .1528 Gilpin Ave. . .150 W. McMillan St. . . . .2344 Kemper Lane . . . . . . .5 Leroy Court . . . . . .Wichita, Kansas Covington, Ky. i and.Glenmore Aves. . .150 W. McMillan St. . . . . .125 Hereford Ave. ...........Dayton,O. . .Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . .2118 Kemper Lane . . . .225 Northern Ave. . . . . . . .3429 Price Ave. ...............Osborne,O. 4044 Bunnymeade Ave. ........Paterson, N. J. ........Lacona,N. Y. . . . .2521 Albany Ave. . . . .960 Oakland Ave. . . . . . .Wichita, Kansas . . .2822 Highland Ave. . . . . .Colorado Springs .........Norwood, O. . . . . .3426 Burnet Ave. .........Norwood, O. . 1113 Sherman Ave. . . . . .2325 Reading Rd. . . . .2875 Montana Ave. ..........Dayton,O. . . . .2137 Sinton Ave. J uergens, Walter A. . . Kessel, Albert J .... Kirby, Walter .... Klett, Wm. C ..... Kline, Ralph K. . . Koehler, Fred .......... Kratt, Emil J ............. Kuhn, Clarence W .......... Lambertson, Lawrence Lang, J. Oliver ............... Lauth, Cletus G ......... .... Lewis, George E ...... . . Lidell, Lyle L .......... Lohrey, Clarence R. . . . Lubin, Clarence ...... Loveless, Glenn ..... Lyford, Thomas ...... McCash, Carol ........ McCartt, Lawrence E .... McDonald, Harold J ..... . . Maddux, Dwight ..... Maish, Donald A .... Mallin, Milton ...... Marble, Carl J ....... Marien, John A ......... Mehlhope, Lincoln E ..... Mendenhall, Walter S .... Merrill, Donald ........ Metzger, Howard E. . Miller, Harvey. . . . . . Mittendorf, Wm. E ..... Molloy, John A ..... . Moore, Paul D ..... Morgan, Harold G. . . Moya, Roberto ...... Mueller, Wm ....... Muth, George H .... Nesper, Orville .... . Newman, Ed. L ...... Nieman, Arnold C ..... . . Noertker, Joseph A .... Ogden, W. B ......... Pabst, Robert P. . . Pabst, Warren J . . . Peterson, J. J. ...... . Phillips, Philip E .... Porter, Kenneth W ..... . . Potthoff, Henry A .... Pross, George F .... Quedens, Peter G ..... Rapp, Louis J ....... Rappsilber, Wm. R. . Ruprecht, Paul E .... Sampson, Joseph ........ Schaeuble, Carl L ......... . ......... Scheering, Walter S ........... Schellhamer, Lawrence W ..... Schierloh, Frederick P ..... . . Schacht, Norman ....... . . . Schindler H. C ...... . . . . .757 Delta Ave. . . . . .2929 Sander St. ........Piqua,O. .......507 C1aySt. . . .3588 Mooney Ave. . . . . . .Bellevue, Ky. .........Portland, O. . . . .Station C, Box 24 . . . . . . .Belding, Mich. 2617 University Court . . . . . . .Hamilton, O. . . .10 Landon Court . . . . .Somerset, Ky. .........Dayton,O. . . . .8335 Wiswell Ave. .........Walton, Ky. . .3257 Southside Ave. . . . . .4745 Winton Rd. . .4032 Rose Hill Ave. . . . .3662 Reading Rd. .........Marion,O. .........Norwood, O. . . .2703 Portland Ave. . . . .952 Marion Ave. . Q .3595 Wilson Ave. . . . . .354 Thrall Ave. ' Lebanon, O. 3'5'0's' Trimble Ave. . . . .5101 Ravina Ave. . . . .3202 Harvey Ave. ......Buffalo, N. Y. ........Y.M.C.A. . . .107 W. Liberty St. . .3259 Beresford Ave. . . .3118 Glendora Ave. .........Norwood, O. . .1329 California Ave. ........Newport, Ky. ........Norwood, O. . . . . . . .2136 Ohio Ave. ..........Hamilton,O. . . .3114 Cinnamon St. 746 E. Ridgeway Ave. . . . .Connersville, Ind. .3484 Whitfield Ave. i i ...... 638 Crown St. ........BlueAsh,O. . . . .Hamilton, O. ......Dayton, O. . . . . . . .The Roanoke . . . . .Fall River, Mass. .Hamilton, O. .........Shandon, O. . 48 Erkenbrecher Ave. ........Columbus, O. . . .3622 Zumstein Ave. 2521 Auburn Ave. Schlotman, R. C ..... .... 3 443 Pleasant View Ave. Schorr, William J .... ....... 2 530 Kemper Lane Schott, John W ...... ...... 2 436 McMillan St. Schubert, Wilfred G .... .... 2 26 E. Rochelle St. Shuster, W. W. ...... ..... W est Union, O. Schwartz David ..... ...... 4 15 Betts St. ' Seibert, Carl F ..................... Covington, Ky. Shafer, Lewis Wells, A Chautauqua, N. Y., and Y. M. C. A. Shaffet, Bernard Franklin, New Straitsville, O., and Y. M. C. A. Shawhan, William Henry, 566 S. Twelfth St., Hamilton, O. Shetterly, Hershall Eugene, ' Dayton, O., and 2437 Clifton Ave. Shipman, William Henry, Athens, Pa., and 88 W. McMillan St. Shuttleworth, Charles Jackson, . Toledo, O., and Y. M. C. A. Silverman, Jack Bernard ..... ........ 6 2 Albany Ave. Sims Chas. R ........................ Hamilton, O Sloan, Robert F ........ .... C harleviox, Mich Slye, Leonard A ..... ....... L ebanon, O Smith, Chester M ..... .... M iddletown, O Sperti, George .......... ...... C ovington, Ky ' Steiner, Raymond J .... .... 3 042 Taylor Ave Stephenson, H. K ..... .... 2 521 Auburn Ave I342l . Sweeney, Ed. E, ., ....,,,.. Norwood, O. Britenburg, Earl M ..,....,.,,........,. Convoy, O 1 l l l .hi liz H lhi Inu . :mi Ill N2 Fi. ll. 7 su gli F 19311. 5 1 ,gf . , f 4' k,' +5 I f . fi if Q- .1 I . f' 1-Kr' 5 Stoehr, James H. . Strobel, Henry J.. Stutson, Alverd C. Swartzel, Paul E ..... . . Taylor, Arthur F. . Tilton, Russell G. . Thomas, Clifford G' ' ' ' Townsend, John H Turrell, Richard J. White, George H. . Whitelaw, Frances M. . . . . . 3-150 Cheviot Ave . .2968 Moreland Ave. . 62 S. Warwick Apts. ..........IJayton,O. 6081 Montgomery Rd. .......Maysville, Ky. ...,.,.Norwood, O. . , . , ,Covington, Ky. . . . . . .Newport, Ky. ...,117 Hartwell Ave. Whittier, John KV . . .2667 Highland Ave Wilkerson, Claude f'. . . . 1325 Edwards lid Xifilson, Francis K .. . .,... 1912 Young St NVinans, Lawrence K. '.., . . 2527 Ashland Ave Winsor, Carlton W.. . . . .Grand Rapids, Mich Wolfson, Benjamin ,....... XVoodrull', Everett Bowman VVorl-cman, Everly J. .Holmesville Wydman, Robert Smith ,.... . . Zeller, XVm. L ..,... . . Zimmerman, Courtney Lawrence COLLEGE OF REGULAR STUDENTS Seniors Bishop, Ernest Edward, Morgantown, W. Va., and 148 McLane Ave. Cornelius, James Thambidurai. . .Madras, South India McClintic, Clifton Forrest ...... Williamsburg, W. Va. 'fMenefee, Kline Vespucius, 518 E. 21st St., Covington, Ky. Noonan, Charles Stewart ............ 238 Melish Ave. Scoville, Dorothea Haven, 4 Lansing Ave., Troy, N. Y. Snyder, Mrs. Mildred Law .............. Camden, O. Juniors Brown, Abraham .............. Morgantown, W. Va. Knight, Mary Sadelia ................ 4520 Erie Ave. Lyle, Alice Franklin ............... 203 Woolper Ave. McIntyre, Howard Dixon .............. Carlisle, Ky. ' Sophomores Davis, David Carson. . .................. Peebles, O. Pirrung, Mathew Clarence ......... 3240 Burnet Ave. 'kShively, Russell Lowell .... ........ M idvale, O. Willke, Gerard Thomas .............. Maria Stein, O. Freshmen Cherington, Maynard Steele, 711 Euclid Ave., Toledo, O. Dillon, Mary Allen ................. Fairmount, Ind. 4fFerguson, John Thomas .......... Mt. Morris, Mich. Jones, Gwendolyn Anna, 57 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky. Lapsley, John Brown .... .............. M cAfee, Ky. :lfMurphy, Leland Blaine ................ Belmont, O. Plack, Aurelia Jessima ....... .... 3 240 Burnet Ave. Porras, Lorenzo Pedroso ............ Jaro, Iloilo, P. I. Shelton, Mrs. Violetta Gilman . . .3 Eden Park Terrace Vester, Walter Charles ............. 2235 Burnet Ave. Special Students Binggeli, Frieda .................. Bethesda Hospital Bush, Helen Veronica, Cincinnati Tuberculosis Sanitorium Gutierrez, Dario ............ Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Iliff, Mrs. Frances Jessie ........... 1220 Louden Ave. Kronacher, Regina Joan ......... 765 Greenwood Ave. Neare, Lucia ............. ......... 9 44 Lenox Pl. Weidensall, Clara Jean ............... 58 Hollister St. Wilzbach, Carl Albert ............... 108 Valencia St. Barden, Norman, Semofs 1209 Seventh St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Braunlin, Robert Frederick, 1711 Eleventh St., Portsmouth, O. Coffman, Ward Denver ................. Warsaw, O. Colon, Jose Roman .............. Arecibo, Porto Rico Conner, Joseph Alger ........... Moundsville, W. Va. Coombs, Forrest Pembrock ...... Morgantown, W. Va. Davis, John Francis ...... 18 S. Tod Ave., Warren, O. Dryer, Ernest Rogers ....,........... LaGrange, Ind. Hagin, John Charles, 4018 S. Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Hoskins, Lloyd Leggett .............. Middlefield, O. Lillard, Davis .................. 6229 Savannah Ave. Lyle, Donald Johnson .... . ..... 203 Woolper Ave. McCreary, Homer Wilson ......... College Corner, O. Martin, Robert Scott ............ Pike St., Sidney, O. 'l'Died in service during influenza epidemic, October, 1918. 13431 MEDICINE Raybeck, Ralph Jackson, 516 Universit Drive - Y '. Rousey, Schuyler Corfax ........ Ryall, George Wallace, Jr .... . . Suffron, Benjamin F ..... Thompson, James ....... D Vierling, Frank .,....... Wellman, Frank George.. Wygant, 1Villis Edward ........ .127 Green St . .. Amelia, H ,O., and Y. 51. C. A . 1330 Grace Ave . . Hamilton, U . M2918 Werk Rd Morgantown, W. Va .Huntington, XV. Va . . . . , . . .Wooster, O ,........Peebles, O Morgantown, XV. Va . . . . . .1917 Knox St ...2963 W. Sixth St ........Tulsa, Okla Juniors Adelstein, Fred ..... 10312 Adams Ave., Cleveland, O Asbury, Eslie ................... Campbellsburg, Ky Beatty, Ernest Nutter.R. F. D. No. 7, Lexington, Ky Brigham, Vernon D ................... Robinson, Ill: Busching, Howard Ellsworth, 504 Walnut St., Elmwood Place, O. Deppen, Earl Neagley, 517 Catawissa Ave, Sunbury, Pa. Donahue, Matthew Thomas, 30 Butler St., Ludlow, Ky. Friedrich, Charles, Jr .............. 4510 Homer Ave. Hachen, David S .............. Haas, Albert Larry.. .22 E. Third St., Covington ' ,..... 857 Blair Ave. Hohman, Louis Mathias ......... 1221 W. Seventh St. Horn, Karl William .................. .Lewisburg, O. Jones, James Guy ...... 20 Apollo St., Peterburg, Va Kehoe, Robert Arthur ....,..... Kenkel, Henry Frank, . . . . .Ge0rgetown, Oi Sta. L, R. F. D. No. 2, Bridgetown, O. Kilbane, Cornelius Vincent, 10707 Clifton Blvd., Cleveland, 0. Linton, Frank Terry ...... R. R. No. 5, Jamestown, O. Lockwood, Kenneth Lero Y, 1918 Greenup St., Covington, Ky McKhahn, George Grassel ......... 2515 Auburn Ave. Molinder, Samuel Garvin, 805 Central Ave., Newport, Ky. , Ky. Moore-Boocks, Howard Earl CND .... Hastings, W. Va. Newman, Rush Carl ..... ........... S pencer, W. Va. Payne, Clyde Clarkson ..... ......... F airmount, Ind. Ray, Victor, Jr. .................. 3584 Mooney Ave. Roberts, Vernon Bradley ............. 520 Carplin Pl. Rogers, Raymond. . .308 E. Second St., Newport, Ky. Runyan, William McKay. .R. D. No. 6, Springfield, 0. Scherr, William Burkhart CND, 149 Wilson Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. Sexton, Marshall Cullen .............. Rushville, Ind. Smith, Herbert Nelson .............. Brookville, Ind. Stack, Robert Anthony Henry, 1124 Fifth St., Lorain, O. Straehley, Clifford John .............. 812 Dayton St. Straehley, Erwin Miller .............. 812 Dayton St. Sutton, John Franklin, 2337 Fifteenth St., N. E., Canton, O. Torrence, John Ferguson, ' 16 N. Seventh St., Hamilton, O. Turner, Clifton Sherwood, . 211 N. Maplewood Ave., Peoria, Ill. Walker, Robert Bryon .............. Meyersdale, Pa. Ziegler, Jerome ...................... Maysville, Ky. Sophomores Benzing, George, Jr ......,... 1 ......... Hamilton, O. Beumler, Arthur Karl. .1512 Fifth St., Portsmouth, O. Brammer, Fred Emerson ............. Chesapeake, O. Cassady, Everitt Sidney .............,,... Belpre. U- Conwell, Halford Fred .,., 260 Chestnut St., Xenia, O. Cook, George Harvey ...... ........ O Xford, O. Craft, Otis Raymond ........ ,.,... S arahsville, O. Downing, Harold Francis .... ....,....,. P eebles, O. Drachenberg, Harry ...,......... 829 Cleveland Ave. Felter, Lloyd King ....,............ 1728 Chase Ave. Flipse, Matthew Jay, 124 W. Twelfth St., Holland, Mich- Fraas, Clarence LeRoy ..... 33 Helena St., Dayton, O. Ganim, Joseph Nicholas ............. 246 E. Fifth St. Hannah, Hewitt Blain ..............,.. Addyston, O. Jones, Herbert Claiborne, 431 Washington St., Petersburg, Va. Koehler, William Alfred ........... 27 Lakewood Ave. Kuhn, Hugh Alva .................,... Lore City, O. Kymmel, August ........................ 7 View Pl. LaCamera, Frank ........ 947 Fruit Ave., Farrell, Pa. Lande, Frank .................... 3505 Reading Rd. Lavender, Herman Leon ..... Burnet and Union Aves. Lindner, Joseph ...... 8358 Wiswell Ave., Hartwell, O. Malone, Herbert Patrick, 441 E. Walnut St., Lancaster, O. Minich, Paul Rust .............. North Hampton, O. Musekamp, George Henry.3919 Harrison Ave., Sta. L Newcomb, Paul Barkley ...,......... West Unity, O. Pickerel, Fred Beverly ............... Wichita, Kans. Pieck, Carl Edward ..... 523 Main St., Covington, Ky. Pilloid, John Victor ............... Grand Rapids, O. Raap, Gerard, 20 E. Twenty-fourth St., Holland Mich. Robins, Joseph Edwin, 1319 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va. Shafer, Clarence Joseph, 4637 Smith Rd., Norwood, O. Shook, Hubert Herman ................. St. Joe, Ind. Smith, Vincent Vanhorn, 131 Wayne Ave., Lockland, O. Sommer, Louis ......,............ Harrodsburg, Ky. Striker, Cecil ..... 214 E. Seventh St., Covington, Ky. Sudhoff, Paul Gerhardt, 3900 Hazel Ave., Norwood, O. Vonderahe, Alphonse Ralph, 4260 Leonard Ave., St. Bernard, O. Wagner, Harold Harr, 1521 Huffman Ave., Dayton, O. Woodburn, Lemuel Ansel .,.............. Urbana, O. Wylie, Charles Andrew ...,...... 120 E. McMillan St. Freshmen Beck, Frank Tilden ....... . ............ Crestline, O. Brown, Albert Louis ............. 950 Cleveland Ave. Brueggemann, William Harry. ...... 1308 Republic St. Davis, Wilbur Louis .... 11 N. Summit St., Dayton, O. Fraser, John Allen ......... R. D. No. 2, Wellsville, O. Freiberg, Joseph Albert ........... .3577 Alaska Ave. Fuller, William Howe ................. Mayfield, Ky. Gaker, Louis William, Jr. ......... 1228 Laidlaw Ave. Guest, George Martin, 709 E. Chestnut St., Hoopeston, Ill. Hendricks, Elliot M .............,.. 3105 Paxton Rd. Hendricks, Louis Joseph .... . . .3105 Paxton Rd. Herwitz, Sam S ...................... Paducah, Ky. Keck, Herman ,....,............. 3595 Outlook Ave. Leech, Charles Hoyt. . .............. New London, O. Lunger, Guernsey Reiner, 294 Franklin St., Marion, O. McClure, George William ............... Louisa, Ky. McKhann, Charles Fremont, Jr .... 2515 Auburn Ave. Miller, Maurice Irving ..........,......... Delta, O. Musket, Myer Salmen, 1907 Avery St., Parkersburg, W. Va. Paul, William Cornelius .......... 2931 Montana Ave. Pavy, Odra S, .................... Greensburg, Ind. Reed, Horace Edwin .......... . . .807 Lincoln Ave. Slutsky, Hyman ..................... 3 LeRoy Court Somerfield, Harry Alexander, Jr. ...... . .114 Lyon St. Swepston, Emil Rawn ............ 525 Considine Ave. Wynn, Justice Farless ............... Providence, Ky. Zeligs, Mendel .................... 820 W. Court St. Zwick, George Holliday ....,... 1104 E. McMillan St. SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH Pre-Nursing and Post-Nursing Students in the College of Liberal Arts. Seniors Roberts, Abbie CELAD ............. 1016 W. Ninth St. Candidates for Certificates in Public Health Nursing Perillon, Germaine Wite. . .Voulat, St. Etienne, France Candidates for Degree and Diploma First Year Student Stickney, Helen Burton ..,....... 7029 Longview Ave. Candidates for Diploma Third Year - Bailey, Eunice Ethelyn CELAJ ....... McWhorter, Ky. Barley, Edna McClure ................ Bond Hill, O. Barney, Charlotte Anne ............ New Orleans, La. Bodell, Louise Hampton ........... 721 Gholson Ave. Bohlman, Minnie Augusta ....... West Alexandria, O. Chalkley, Ruth ............, ......... C oncord, Ky. Croswell, Anna Saloma ...... .... 3 123 Harvard Ave. Ebling, Louise Nichols ........ .... B ellefontaine, O. Foster, Parthenia Katharine ........ 3301 Clifton Ave. Gimple, Blanche Augusta ..... ...... H arrison, O. Hodges, Dorothy Irene ..... ....... A kron, O. Hoff, Mary Elizabeth ........ ...... M arietta, O. Hofmann, Ophelia Lawrence ....... 2836 Reading Rd. Hussey, Jessie Blanche ....... . . .New Vienna, O. Lackner, Hilda Selma ....... .... M iamisburg, O. Parrish, Willodene Elsie .... ......... C amden, O. Porter, Susan Caroline ...... ........... B erea, Ky. ttRiffel, Mary Cecelia. ............. New Orleans, La. Roselius, Jeanette Hariette ....... West Alexandria, O. Schauseil, Muriel Lourena ............... Waverly, O. Schofstoll, Matilda Louise Charlotte, West Aurora, Ind. Sebert, Lorene Adelaide ................. Camden, O. Sellew, Gladys ................ 1603 E. McMillan St. Smith, Luella Caroline ................. Lockland, O. Sterling, Lillian ..................... 246 Gilman St. Z'fDied in service during influenza epidemic, October 1918. Summers, Lulu Alice ...... ........... O ssian, Ind. Tennenbaum, Lillian ............. 1356 Burdette Ave. Tebbe, Corrine Catherine .... ...... G ibsonburg, O. Wilson, Ethel Viola ........ ...... F ruit Hill, O. Witter, Mabel Eva ............. ..... C astalia, O. Witter, Nettie Estella ............. ,.... C astalia, O. Second Year Arrowsmith, Almeda ................. St. Cloud, Fla. Batey, Katharyn ......................., Racine, O. Beagle, Lola .......................... Marietta, O. Blair, Helen Stearns .............. 2495 Madison Rd. i'iBurgess, Anna Laythem ........... Georgetown, Ky. Butler, Flora Louise ...... 22 Lamar Ave., Selma, Ala. Carrick, Edna Helen ...... 127 Melmore St., Tiffin, O. Conner, Margaret Alden, Woodrow Ave., New Albany, Ind. Davis, Beulah ......................... Marietta, O. Eddy, Rebekah Proctor Davis ..... 4607 Whetzel Ave. Edwards, Amy Vaun ............ New Matamoras, O. Emerson, Huldah ............. Box 383, Loveland, O. Hellings, Marion, 702 N. Howard St., Union City, Ind. Jameson, Mary Elizabeth ............ Cynthiana, Ky. Johnston, Margaret .......... Rugby Rd., College Hill Johnston, Mary Janet, 113 E. Huntington St., Montpelier, Ind. Keltner, Irene Lou ..... 12 N. Tenth St., Hamilton, O. Lozier, Ethel Marie ..,............. Etna Green, Ind. Macy, Rhoda Elma, 401 N. Walnut St., Union City, Ind. Malone, Ava Ameda. .Muskingum Drive, Marietta, O. Markwith, Helen Betty ........,...... Greenville, O. McCormick, Hollis Ann ......,... Box 298, Huron, O. Neal, Phyllis S., 1010 Murdock Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va. Nesbit, Grace Irene ........ R. R. No. 2, Casstown, O. Newman, Emma Winona ..... 603 North St., Lima, O. Rardon, Sarah Louise ........ 3769 Pennsylvania Ave. Roush, Scioto Belle. . .720 Seventh St., Portsmouth, O. Shipley, Sadie Oneita .... 239 Lincoln Ave., Marion, O. Slonaker, Mary Lou ................. Farmland, Ind. Smith, Ava Bernadine ..................... Ross, O. Sowers, Mabel Eugenia ................ Goshen, Ind. Startsman, Elizabeth Marjorie ....... Terrace Park, O. l344l 3710. fan, if-ko. last 'im 0. 491 ive it 01 , VP. Q1 Ks. II Am 'Q El. Rl ' it all QM. 0. ll. 0. I. Ky. er 0. W. Ya., M Ave. It lzld. in Ave. F CWI! fin SL Ave. . Kl- lt SI. in Sl. p.lnd. mdve. 0. 0. :h,0. 15.0. ltfh. dle.0. 82.0. MRA nil. nah. mil. U1-Ili im,0. HA"- 23' mind- Ky. Quan -Us DIL gild- li-U4 no. ,,Qy,0. ,,o. . 1,11 EMS' Zi.. 113' Ffa B, . ,, lui NLD. Stivers, Burdette Irma ..,........... Cherry Fork, O. Tucker, Helen ...... 1119 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Walmer, Florence Tait, 518 S. Main St., Bluffton, Ind. Weaver, Mary Helen .....,....,.,,...... Batavia, O. Wening, Lulu Carolyn ................,... Lowell, O. Westcott, Elinora Tennont ...,. .... B atavia, O. First Year Addicott, Gertrude Irene, 116 N. Oakland Ave., Sharon, Pa. Alexander, Addie Francis, 402 Broadway, Everett, Mass. Allen, Bertha M ..........,.,.......... Glendale, O. Anson, Mary Frances .... ....... A kron, O. Beckett, Alice ............ .... H amilton, O. Benham, Carrie Anna ...... ....,..... T roy, O. Benham, Cassa Cornelia .,.. ,.......... T roy, O. Blake, Sophia Dodge ........ ...... Y orktown, Texas Bloch, Beatrice Frances ...,....... 3025 Fairfield Ave. Bridge, Charlotte Elizabeth. . . ........ Franklin, O. Burford, Mary Elizabeth ................. Ocala, Fla. Burgess, Helena Elizabeth ....,..... Georgetown, Ky. Busche, Margaret ............... Columbus Grove, O. Caldwell, Genevieve ....... ....... 8 28 Beecher St. Caley, Lois ........................... Harrison, O. Carney, Mary Rebecca, 318 E. Brown St., Bellefontaine, O. Chaney, Mary Evelyn, 10828 South Western Ave., Chicago, Ill. Clark, Marjory ......................... Medina, O. Craig, Mrs. Ruth Thrasher ........... 230 Senator Pl. Cramer, Helen Naomi ...... ........ E denton, O. Cross, Ruth .............. . ...... . . .Johnston, O. Day, Emma ..................... New Richmond, O. Densford, Katherine Jane ......... Crothersville, Ind. Dieterle, Gertrude Frederika ......... 210 Hosea Ave. Donahey, Elizabeth, 745 N. Nelson Rd., Columbus, O. Doherty, Cecil Hazel ............... Montgomery, O. Erman, Beatrice Helen .............. 211 Forest Ave. Evans, Nellie Irene ...................... Letts, Ind. Farrar, Lydia Warner ....,. Maple Lodge, London, O. Fay, Miriam A ......... 214k Fifth St., Marietta, O. Fergus, Gertrude, 712 Fourth Ave., N., Great Falls, Mont. Finlay, Erma Luella ................. Collinsville, O. Garrett, Mary Louise ...,............ Versailles, Ky. Gillespie, Evelyn Miller .............,..... Malta, O. Goldstein, Rose ....... 3322 Augusta Ave., Cheviot, O. Graham, Jessie Elizabeth ................ Bartlett, O. Granlund, Aurora Christina, St. Mary's Ave., Sidney, O. Greer, Nora ........... R. F. D. No. 1, Roanoke, Ind. Halline, Eleanor ...................... De Pere, Wis. Hart, Helen Gladys ................ 6010 Prentice St. Heck Mar'orie Sib l .... . . 3757 Darwin Ave , J y . . . . . . . Herold, Lula Bryan .......,..... Huntersville, W. Va. Hogue, Hermena Josephine, 230 Grafton Ave., Dayton, O. J ellison, Gladys Margaret ........ West Alexandria, O. Joslin, Florence Elizabeth .......... 842 Mitchell Ave. Kernan, Esther Beatrice ........ .......... T iflin, O. Kelso, Mary Mildred .................... Sabina, O. Kilgour, Louise Tebbs .................. Harrison, O. Knapp, Mrs. Gertrude Stickney. .1029 Longview Ave. Lake, Josephine ........... Walnut St., Coshocton, O. Lange, Katherine. .,................. 1366 Ernst St. Leahy, Christine ..... 403 S. Union St., Natchez, Miss. Long, Minnie Alice ................ Clifton Hill, Mo. Lukemire, Barbara ................. Williamsburg, O. Luse Cora ....... J ................ Mt. Health O. , y. TMcComas, Mrs. Harriet Letcher Montgomery, 440 Ludlow Ave. McKeown, Captola ....................... Malta, O. McKinney, Gladys Jeannette ......... Newtown, Ind. Meagle, Sadie Catherine.. .830 Front St., Marietta, O. Mendenhall, Edith Elizabeth ..,..... 952 Marion Ave. Metcalfe, Mrs. Alma Louise ............ Granville, O. Metcalfe, Dorothy Eunice. . .Hess Apts., Wyoming, O- Miller, Emma Lydia ................ 5728 Arnsby Pl- Moorehouse, Dorothy Henriette ..... Montgomery, O Morgan, Catharine F, 516 N. Division St., Union City, Ind- Mote, Neva Pauline ........ 518 W. Ash St., Piqua, O. Ochs, Esther May ..............,..... Lancaster. O- TDeceased. Pearson, Juanita ...... ,,,, l 'f,,,,. 4, Pierce, Charlotte..R. lt. 10, ltadclille ltd., llavloh ml Pitman, Melrose .......,.. ' fn ' Ransohofl, Esther ...,... .....,..... 2 920 X',.,.,,,mi 1.1 Rardon, Etta Viola ......,... 3769 Penllsylvzlniu Av... Rawlln, Mary Pancake.. .189 N. Malin St., l.ondlln qi Reed, Helen Elolse -112 Grey -'we Crunv'll ' ' . . , . . . . .21 llalyclllck r 5, Richardson, Adelaidefl. V. . ,... l. . ,Gli U' Rottman, Ethel Marie, .... ......... ex'liiilii:hl'r:ri: Sams, Ahnn Marie. ,225 N. Main sr., Bk-llr-'ren 1" . Schell, Olive Ann, . 711 East Third St., GFL'L'llNillil" Sheldon, Mrs. Janet King .........., Fair Haven 'Vt Skeel, Helen Alberta. .4500 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 0 Slater, Marguerite. .1800 Greenup St., Covington KV Sly, Marion Marguerite, ' ' 227 N. Pine St., Luns' 1 ' Sprague,RM:i?ricB1 Brfilrfke, mil' Mich . . . 5, arrodsburg Pike, Lexin 'to ' - Steinhardt, Anna Vigginia, L n' hi' ' 12 Mont omery St., Ma '- 1 , Stockwell, Donna Lucretia. . .... Nlechanicisiilii-gi Sutton, Eva Nagle, 1208 N. Ninth St., Lafayette, lind Taber, Lillian Faye, 721 XV. Fourth St., Pittsburg Kas, Taylor, Mildred Dickinson ,.....,,.. 6200 Ridge Av.- Watterson, Mary Florence ...,....... Continental O. VVeber, Ethel Mernnd. .929 N. Third st., Hamilton: o. Weller, Mary Purdgll, E h 1 12 ig th St., Huntin ton, NV. V: . Wheeler, Julie VVickes, g ' 247 Church St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Wiltberger, Mabel A ................... De Kalb, Ill. Yount, Agnes Ramsey .............,.... Sayler Park Affiliated Students Aiken, Jessie Florence .... 39 Linden Ave., Newark O Austin, Clara Randolph .............. Blanchester' oi Bair, Margaret Emily ................. Alverton, 'Pa. Beatty, Rena Lucille .... ,....,, C astnlin, 0 Blaney, Flora Jose ....... .... 1 031 Purcell Ave Bohannon, Nell Connell .............. Lexington, Ky Brown, Mae Katharine, 317 W. Church St., Barnesville, O. Brubaker, Gertrude M. .......,....... Bloomdale, O. Burrell, Helen Bee. . .830 E. Sandusky St., Findlay, O. Davidson, Hester Annette .......... Greensburg, Ind. Demarest, Mrs. Marcia Foy, R. F. D. No. 1, Mansfield, O. Deitman, Annette Lora .................. Dalton, Ill Droddy, Pearl Elizabeth, 314 Baine St., Charleston, W. Va. Duffy, Ruth ....................... Rockdale, Texas Ellison, Anne I ....... 1413 James St., Saginaw, Mich. Elson, Maxalene ...................... London, Ky. Emig, Josephine ......... 721 N. Broadway, Piqua, O. England, Lucile. ........ 322 Summit St., Fostoria, O. Enyart, Mabel Jane ................. Covington, Ky. Fast, Bess Jane ........................ Delphos, O. Felkner, Helen Louise ,... ...... O strander, O. Fosson, Helen Russell .... ........ A shland, Ky. Fowler, Abbey ............ .... G rantsville, W. Va. Garrigues, Ruth Florence ...,...,... Morristown, Ind. Gatch, Grace Marie .........,.......... Pandora, O. Gattis, Agnes Gertrude. .22 Tanner St., Carrolton, Ga. Gautschi, Marie Madaline .........,..... Pandora, O. Gillis, Ora ............. Route 4, Breckenridge, Mich. Goins, Minnie Inez .......... Hatton, Shelby Co., Ky. Gott, Olive Leola ....................... .Kalida, O. Guinn, Lois Doreen ..... 524 VV. Greene St., Plllllil, O. Hamrick, Shirley Nancy, 422 Park St., Cedartown, Ga. Handel, Doris Mildred. . .14 Bowers Ave., Newark, O. Hansborough, Helen Reichert .............. Lexon Pl. Harkins, Ruby John ...... 610 VVall St., Calhoun, Ga. Harris, Elizabeth Jane, 403 W. Broadway, lVellston, Hatfield, Neva Viola .................. Bloomdale: of I-I',El Ch'ti21, em Sa lCZr.nXVayne and Parish St., Sandusky, O. Henderson, Lottie Bertella, Hartley, Alice ......................... Camden 330 Kalorania St., Staunton, Va. Hight, Lillian Alice ...... 46 Patterson St., Dayton, C . Hillsman, Alma White ........, ...,,.. F armvllle. V11- Hoffman, Thelma Faye., .,............ Ohio City, O. Hoghe, Margaret Berenelne ..... g ....... O hio City. 0- Ike Erma Belle. ......... E. Spring St., St. Marys, 0. Jachby, Clara Henrietta. , 1029 Langdon St., Altonnlll. Kerr, Louise Rebecca ....... F. .l .... Z . , .Ashl.ey, Mich. King, Gladys Beatrice .... 10112 Main St., Findlay, 0. M451 Kunkel, Geneva ......... ..... H anover, Ind. Lackie, Elizabeth Ruth, . . ...., Bergland, Mich. Lamb, Elizabeth Eunice .......... 3302 Eastside Avg. Lamb, Marjorie Louise .........,....... Norwalk, Lanahan, Margaret Mae .... 132 Oak St., Ludlow, Ky. Leasor Mrs. Bertha ............. Battle Creek, Mich. Lingo, Myrtle Hazel ..........,....... Beallsville, O. Long, Ruth Pauline ..... Sz Broadway, Spencerville, O. Longwell, Eva Louise .................... Ashley, O. Longwith, May. .628 N. Commerce St., Portland, Ind. Louks, Mary .......,.. 60 Perkins Ave., Delaware, O. Lumbert Hazel Lucille .................. Radnor, O. L on Irrio Gray .................... Cedartown, Ga. Y , M t'ndale, Alma Barbara ar 1 , R. R. No. 1, Box 26, Clayton, O. Mastin, Bessie ,............,............ Paris, Ky. Maxey, Annie Ruth ............. Huntington, W. Va. Maxwell, Elinor Vaughn, 403 McKinley Ave., N. W., Canton, O. May, Barbara ..............,......... Sandusky, O. Mayer, Alice Wilcox .... 505 Johnson St., Albany, Ala. Meyers, Mary Frances .............. .... awson, O. Montague, Bessie .... 131-4 Third St., Covington, Ky. Morgan, Sarah ....,.. . .......... ..... 5 08 Riddle Rd. Mougey, Katherine Elizabeth, Chartyne Apts., No. 5, Piqua, O. Neaman Mary Zetta. . ............. 543 Laurel St. Nelson, Nina Naomi. .i ............... Wellston, O. Nordhues Amanda Rose Marie ......... Glandorf, O. O'Connell,, Mayme ................,. Lexington, Ky Ol' os Margherita, 124 E. Harris St., Savannah, Ga. iver , Palm, Emma Marie ..... 6 Earle St., Worcester, Mass.. Powell, Gayle Marie .................... Milan, Ind. Rankin, Helen .... ................... 1 506 Astor Pl. Reiswitz, Olga Hilda, 1514 Armstrong St., Marinette, Wis. Riley, Eva Marie ....... 204 Wayne St., Versailles, O. C d town, Ga. Roberts, Lillian Florine .............. e ar Robertson, Mary Elizabeth, Walnut and Oak Sts., LeRoy, Ill. Rose, Mary Elizabeth ....... R. R. No. 3, Findlay, o. Ruhl, Alice Lydia, n u S. S at Ave., Indianapolis, Ind 1049 en e . Saloshan, Fanny ....................... Ludlow, Ky. Sanks, Clara Gertrude .................. Aurora, Ind. ' Bl Ash O. Scheerer Helen Louise, ................ ue , Scheiricli, Margaret May Helen, 4 Q 2327 Sycamore Ave., Louisville, Ky. Shiller, Ida Pauline .... 16 Colby St., Lawrence, Mass. Simko, Mary .......... .... ......... . . Sandusky, O. Spinner, Marion Lee .............. Clifton Forge, Va. Smith, Julia ..... ......... .... 2 2 3 McGregor Ave. Thomas, Kathleen Marie .............. Ostrander, O. Umphrey, Gladys Myrtle, 317 Homewood Ave., Toronto, Ont., Canada Walcotville, Ind. . Van Drew, Hazel ........ ......... Van Sweringen, Clara Lan es, - 407 Davis Ave., Findlay, O. , Wallick, Vera ..... 332 W. Crawford St., Van Wert, O. Wallinger, Cecilia Adelaide, 418 Clinton St., Harriman, Tenn. Walters, Esther Olive ................. Ohio City, O. Wehner, Agnes Marie ............. 1172 Atwood Ave. Williams, Flora B. Anna ............ Morning Sun, O. Wilson, Beatrice Childs, D 2504 Pleasant Ave., Hamilton O. White, Agnes Catharine ................ Harrison, O. Whonsetler, Celia Susanna. ..... R. F. D., Wooster, O. Weidermuth, Mary Anne, R. R. No. 1, Jackson Center, O. Zarwell, Goldie Esther, 306 E. Earle Ave., Beaver Dam, Wis. Special Students Bradfield, Grace Elizabeth, 918 Topeka Ave., Topeka, Kas. Kennedy, Nellie Theresa, 1122 Leyman Ave., Utica, N. Y. Race- Genevieve .................... 3457 Dury Ave. .......Delphos, O. 847 Glenwood Ave. Schrriueckle, Mary Louise CELAJ . . Wolfstein, Therese ............... COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Adler, Sidney ....... . . . . . . . .17 Albany Ave. . . . .3146 Harvey Ave. V Crain, Wm. J ,....... Ducourtieux, Henri ..... ....... 5 36 Howell Ave. Esterly, Wm. A ......,.. . . .1712 E. McMillan St. Fielman, Frederick G ..... .......... 2 319 Vine St. Forrester, Irvine ....... . . .805 E. Mitchell Ave. Geisler, Julius C ....... ........ 4 63 Riddle Rd. .3525 Michigan Ave. Greaves, Howard G . Greber, Henry H .... .... Healy, R. A ........ Johnson, Glenn H. . . ' ' ' ' ' ' ...Box 174, wintgn Rd. ..........Wyom1ng,O. '. ....... 117 W. 8th st. Kemp, Paul A ...,.. .Lauber, Frank'E .... Levine, Sarah ..... Madsen, John ....... . . . Pine, Robt. L ......... . . . Polster, Arthur Geo, Robertson, Thos. A. Rosenthal, Max .... Schuster, Herman W. . . . Wykoff, John E ....... -MM-i COLLEGE ........Almeda Apts. Adler, Mrs. Jessie ...... Anspach, Willard D .... . .......... Y. M. C. A. 3446 Whitfield Ave. Briggs, Neta L ...... ch Wm C Bus , . ..... . Closs, Regina B .... Cohen, Philip A .... Cowles, George W ..... . . . .3836 Mt. Vernon Ave. . . . .3446 Whitfield Ave. . . . . .3557 Reading Rd. . . . . . . . .Grand Hotel Davis, Johanna S ............... . . . .347 Forest Ave. Dotchengall, Joseph W., 514 W. Fifth St., Covington, Ky. Flanagan, Arnold S ............... 3212 Mozart Ave. Forney, Julian R ............,.......... 263 Pike St. Graydon, Frank S ........... Lafayette Circle, Clifton Hinkel, Frederick A ......,............. Y. M. C. A. Kennedy, May C. . .137 E. Tenth St., Covington, Ky. Koenig, Wm. H ..................... .3846 May St. Komer, Frederick J .,................. Hamilton, O. Koodish, Morris H ................... 712 Laurel St. Leyland, Herbert T., Dayton, O., and 132 Fairfield Ave. Lifschitz, Morris. . McCormack, Thos. Magee, Carl A .... Maunder, Jos. T. . . .Covington, Ky. 'Af '. '. f '. '. '. '. f 1 f I I f 2323 Burnet Ave. ....4l45 Hamilton Rd. .........16E.3dSt. OF LAW Miller, Ward .... Moesta, John ...... O'Brien, Paul A. . . . .376 Howell Ave. . . . .Rapid Run Rd. . . . . .806 W. 7th St. . . . .535 Carplin Pl. 2667 Highland Ave. .2549 Fairview Ave. . . . .Covington, Ky. . .651 Richmond St. . . . . . .1803 Carll St. . . .19 W. Nixon St. . . .Ft. Thomas, Ky. 3406 Windham Ave. .A . .i .i Club, Pioneer St. E 503 Ward Ave Bellevue Ky O'Gallagher, Francis . . ., , . ' Ave., Norwood, O. O Meara, Joseph G. . .2263 Monroe Pfau, Philip A .................. Pink, Benjamin P .............. .3400 Glenway Ave. . . . . . . .426 Betts St. Pressman, Jack S. . . ........... Y. M. C. A. Rhine, Lenore M . . . . . . . Schaffer, Wm. D ...... . . . 5730 Bramble Ave. . . . . .Wyoming, O. Schrieber, David B .... . ..... 645 Richmond St. Silverstein, Ben A .............. Smith, George P .....,........... Steltenpohl, Henry Lawrence ..... Tallentire, Thos. L ............ Webster, Dan H ......... . . . . einber er Leo W g , .... , , Weller, Henry J .... Werner, Pauline B .... Wesco, Aaron ............... Wieck Chas. P ............... 696 Glenwood Ave. ......Y.M.C.A. .548 E. Liberty St. . . . . . .Bellevue, Ky. . . . . . .Hamilton, O. .867 Hutchins Ave. ...........BoalSt. . . . . .850 Blair Ave. Hamilton, O. 1. Harrison Hotel Williamson, Mrs. Lawrence J .......... Newport, Ky. Witherby, Howard T ........ 1st National Bank Bldg. 13461 Ritz, Charles F, ..... .......... F ranklin, O. Rory, Walter R ............ I ...... 1 0 Brookline Apts. Schiff, Leo .......................... 807 W. 9th St. Schlueter, Elmer A ............ Dale and Grove Aves. Schnake, Elmer R .... 905 Central Ave., Newport, Ky. Schroth, Irving ..........,.. 2904 Massachusetts Ave.' Schum, Carl J ....., ............... B rookville, Ind. Schwartz, Ben. . ................. 1034 Wesley Ave. Scott, Thomas G ...... 4342 Forest Ave., Norwood, O. Seltz, Samuel CSOD ............... 1011 Freeman Ave. Shafer, Berkeley R .......,...... Huntington, W. Va. Shields, Paul Seward CSOJ, 4338 Floral Ave., Norwood, O. Sill, E. C., Jr ......................... Hamilton, O. Smith, Paul Brown ....,................... Ross, O. Snider, George G. CSOD .... .... 5 721 Prentice St. Somerfield, Max B ...... ......... 1 14 Lyon St. Sprinkle, Guy M ....... ..... 3 142 Harvard Ave. Steidle, Albert ..... .... 3 246 Beresford Ave. Stein, Elick QSOD . . . .... 942 Hawthorne Ave. I348l Stein, Joseph CSOJ .... 52 Strickler, Clifford John. . 6W. Sixth St., Newport, Ky . . . . .60 E. Clifton Ave ........Hazlewood, O Taulman, Walter Dewey ...... Thomas, Mary L ....... Todd, John C ......... Turner, Frank O ..... Turton, Murrell H .... Tyne, Dora ........... Tyroler, Sidney .......... Vance, Raymond ....... Van Hoose, Harold CSOJ . . . . Vossler, Albert Emil .... Watson, Everett ........ Weinstein, Leon Burt. . . Welte Fred W. . .322 "se . . . .1846 Brewster Ave. . . . . .4920 Stewart Pl. ........Newport, Ky. .,........Lebanon,O. . . .2912 Woodside Ave. ..........Dayton,O. . . .10 Brookline Apts. . . . .1336 Duncan Ave. . . . .2640 W. Sixth St. ...... . . .Ironton, O. . . . . . .3314 Perkins Ave. venth St Newport Ky , . . W. ., , . Wertheim, William ................... 58 S. Warwick Whitlatch, Arthur Allen. ................ Milan, Ind. Wise, Milton I ................... 3128 Fairfield Ave. Yelton, Roy ......... 606 E. Ninth St., Newport, Ky. 1 L.: I , 5 f -5' A ..I- at N? Z 3 -EIN , I - J WW -Q. 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