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Q 1- "rrj fi: Editor-in-Chief ..,., Robert G. Mcimosh -1 Business Manager. ..... jack B. -losselson l' 'Il .Managing Editors . .... ..,.., l Jqhrl Humphflw Eff. l l. Virginia Crary ' G HJ. I Frank R, Byers 13, I ' Fdflllljl Advisory Board .... ..... I R. C. lVIcGrane " , ' ' A W. S. Wabnit: iw. in 1'.1,gf7 X ' 9.124 . . lj-,Y Editorlal Department , . 'Ali Citx' Editor ..,..........,....... Martha Bennett . MAI lY'onian's Affairs . ....,.., Virginia Young Exchange Editor. . . . . .Helen Lapham ' -4 ' Campus Editor ..,. .....,....,. C . lvl. Virtue Medical Editor. . . . . .Carl Backus 51 I 1 Mt-Micken Editor... ..... Marguerite Weatherby Military .,....,.., .... B urnett Reed cf I Irs' Athletic Editor .... ....,...... X Villiam Vogel W'oman's Athletics . .Olga Strashun 53 1- ' Faculty Editor. . . ..,.,,.. Nlildred Harris Nurses Editor .... . .Cecile Hickman " Humor Editor. . .,,.,.. Alice Russell Dramatic Editor. . 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Gillet Gedge Harmon George E Koch ' ui ., . 3 Q , , 4 a l1t1'imr-in-Clmjf , Ailiiisor. . . . 5 ,5 Axsoriule lfiiilur f Axxociale lfiiilor i i Arllfiliiur ,,,.,, Q Q Assixlarit liiiilur . 1 ,J Assislanl lgililor ig Assixlarit ljililur . Y - ' Asxislant lzditur . , f Axsislanl lfilzlur I I 3 3 Q Businemv Alanager 1 Advisor Q ..., , .,,. . . . , l .3 Q Adwrtising liianager .,...,. ' ' Assislanl Ailiierlising Alunager. f' Czrculaliori Alanager ...,... . 5 , l l i 9 6 .J Laurence Coffin 5 4 Eugene B. Duffy I l l 9' 'r i I 5 A " C --O nw ' s 'Jai J- . . ni . -Xlexander J. Wildman. jr. . .Professor Clyde XY. Park . . .Samuel -I Nliller . . Harold li Serif , .Clarence XY Rawhauser Charles il' liendriek f . Harold Cf . , . Dewey' Conrad N i Hi use i . ,William CI. Hagemeyer .. ..Rohert S Corwin Harold H. Laxrit: . Professor Walter A. Baude - l Harry E Berkdoll Edward 'lf Hoppe . , .james Campbell ,. , .Calvin C. Daniel i i 1 i l 1 6 9 I john K. 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R H Cra fcrd R th Nia tland Sk er William Sh lt n Caet Huff Siefferman Cano S 1 ul lr h Auburn Bolton l VVillarn Lau J Junl-ter Sterr tt Lnder D Camp Cunningham Adam Arlo-au h B xd Harkn lxrau r Xlxin I lxing, lDireeLorJ Duffx R Fox Wiekemexer Holme lxoerner Ax r A hhau h Qua k nhu h Taxlor N t Bro n Barber Men s Glee Club INCE the establishment of the Club in 1070 it has met with notable success Much of this success is attributed to tht splendid leadership of their director Nlr -Xlx in J lxin The Club not onlx ix es home concert but this xear it has undertaken sextral out ol toxxn trips These trips haxe serx ed not onlx to increase thc reputation ot tht Club but also to afford a bit of social life for the members ohn lxraus er Richard T. Fox, Charles C, Duffy Pres: isnt Board of Directors William Taylor Richard Jervis Alan R. Boyd ITI7-7 3 . Adam: . Arbau h ' Ashbau h 1 Auburn 5 . Ayers wazvirwozfv . Bahmann Barber ' Barkley 1 Bolton 1 . Boyd . Brown T . Castcllini J E. Crawford J. Cunningha 1 E. DeCamp - C. Dorsey C. Duffy 3 i i' Alvin J. Kin ... Treasurer Delmore XX' . Caet: . Director Clifford Harkness ...,........,,.,..,..,,,.,.,....,..,., Accompanzsl ws--mwomnovun we 770 H1 C70 Members Ender Fox Caet: Cano Geist Cilbertson Cillham . Hand Hannold Harkness Henn Holmes Huff Irish Jervis Johannigman Junkcr L. Koerner J. Krausser Cv. Lewis D. Lyle D. Maitland L. lvlartin XV. lvlilthaler C. Owens L. Pittman lvl, Quackenbush C. Rawhouser R. Reimer J. Rogers J. Roof C. Roth lN1. Sachs F, Shelton L. Siefferman A. Sigmon J. Skeer R. 'itein rube C. iterrett W. Tavlor 5. UFO? fT1iTl Todd Yan Vv'ye ' i : Weber ' Welsh Wickemeyer Williams XVilliams 3 l e 9 , 2 1 5'V V .. 5 4 lf" l -G r ' ' f KWH ' xv! f , . 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X G i g. i 'O , s V 'N' 1 ll: 1 0 I g 5 l . f -J ' ' S '37 if :JS I r , w l N .1 6 l 2 5 S l 0 i E g 1 0 7 4 , - P 1 5 . 9 r H . N t C l C 2 .. AX m J JJJJJ J Page One Hundred Four -C' 1 I l l 2 -2 i I ja - - ' 1 ,g C me me W C C ' Q I ,l I g C, I l I we l I J I I 5 l i sl- l nl 7' Y , .3 , . l: l J ' -' Llcrman. Sulfricd, While. Nacgulu, IR-ta. Youmans. I,-lughrx llrccnlwurg, Bcldl-clk, lilult, Young nfl' J lloodin, Ruascll, llirxch. XYcllCn. Lllawr, I3 CQ Iuthlll 4DlrucL-il'l.5lnltl1. IZ-rllwki, Dralxu, Iirtlxxn. Harlknuw, blulntl' 4 l Davies. .fXhll1urn. XYatcrman, Drutkcr. l..lml'crt, Sturxxliltl limkt-lux. I Iurrm.lnn bclmlckt-, lfl.mnlg.ln gli. .ffl I ' l ll , , I I " I ' Woman s Glee Club 3 I , . I l HE purpose ol' thc Glce Club ia ilrxt. to NIIITILIIEIIC IVIKCFCNI IN choral work. and xucond. to prulnotc ln- lv., . tcrest for thc eatabliihmcnt ul' QIITIIILII' Cllubx ln othcr Nchoolx whcrc they do not cxixt. l 1 Q Under the dircctorship of Nlr. B Cf Iuthlll. of the Cincinnati Conscrvtltorx' ol' XILISIC. thc Lllcu Club. E llqgfi, , for the hrst time thii year, had contcitk with other collugu. .PX alll ur loving cup wax awarded by Xllw Bcrthti I l Bauer to thc winner ol thc contest. I i ' Q ' TNI. Lambert .,.. . . . Prt-.slllml V J li. Sturwold. lvlcs-Prmltlcrtl ' "AI 1 i I Iiaiscns. . . S'ccn'1t1ry , .2 Xl. Drucker. . . 'l'rel1.sl1rsr iff,- 4 . I Board of Dlrectors . ' :as I ' i Dr. Ogden Dean Silnrllll I I ' l 1 Member in Faculty ff f 3 I H. Stanley 2 n ' 5.1 4 -5 1 . . . 4 Members ln Unlverslty ho. f. L. Aehm L. Drake T. Iilctt . SCIIIITIPIAII V, Ahlburn Nl Drucker INI. Lambert . Schnickc 9 " I. Ahlers E. Durbin G Lcwif . Scott 'Ui' I M. Allen B. Earlg xi Licrman . Seifricd I 4 E. Aneshamcl .-X. Emig E Loughry . Siemcr j Q it H. Beldock T. Eshman XXI. Lykins Simon Tig il M. Bolger I Flannigan D Lynch Smith .I 5 l P. Brooks XXI. Claaer P. McCord Sturwold .N W l , F, Brown L. Gloystcin B. Nllllcr Todhuntcr i Q H. Brunhoff S. Glut: R Nlillcr P. Uller I ' E. Buerklc L. Grccnburg R. Milligan R Waterman B. Christmann H. Grommc ,I Naegclc Weaver 94 C. Ciener C. Harkncv C. Pcpcrcorn B. Wcllcn I ' y i E. Ciener M. Harrli 'If P-:ta L. White - -3 Q D. Cooper R. Hartung E Rell' NVisc 21, ' Y. Dale V. Herrmann H Rcwwer Yeager "' .3 4 E. Davies E. Hirsch E. Roberts B. Youmam if! f M. Doran R. Hoodin A Russell V. Young ' 'I I. Iiasscns J. Sale I .. i ..L....l,v,,w MAH, L . D, V,,.,,-,.,.,,,.,.., , ,-, ...Wu .-...mm.,m1-,,-,,,,,.., .,. - LM... .. ..-.m...,.- . ..,. l ' , XJ I. W . ll 0.0 ' I . ' Page One Hundred Five ' 3.82 7 i s if ca cp 'if-4-in Qqir I7 U G07'lf61'll'5 Admin istratio , Athletics U Activities I 33 E33 Seniors Organization U Humor U ,Nj U tu rp YD Q9 . fp 8- V i Z , -ii V Jmnf JV ' mfg ,if Il IV' ' U N ER' 1--f 3 Nmuur ii A '-'fix b WCM l ral 1 I vi ii 1. i I H 1. ref 4 we ff1'v"v . iff if "ff"v 5' A 2 'J 1 ' . 4 f 's .-f-..1aat2r'af.taa..a.i.. ,M ,af .av e fill' .. .. ....,.,.----,,,.,.c,.,z,,, . . . , . . R.. ,,-...,..-,......,..,,.--......-,...-..,,.-.,.,,,,,,,M if T A 1 I C' ,mi 2 - I Q T I l g I fi A Qe- srcq . All - Q , mini V . 0 4 N Q 'Iv Xlright, Bond. Shale, Osborne, Lloyd. Baird, Kcmblc. , r X i Gilcrcst. 'l'hculwald, Buckmastcr, Applegate, Darling, Kidder, Lorentz. ' A o . 'rj A t if!-, Melody Club . ' V s O iitg. HE Melody Club of the School of Nursing and Health had its beginning in the Fall 6 of 192-1, when a project for the organization of a chorus or glee club was approved , aryl by the Committee on Student Activities. The first materialization of the plan was Q 354 the taking over of the carolling in the hospital wards Christmas Eve. Miss Kline, of the T t l College of Music. directed the program for the holidays. At the beginning of the year a lid permanent director, Mr. Glore, of the Conservatory of Music, was secured and regular l 4 i vi., practice inaugurated, The Melody Club has two objects: The fostering of musical interests I N and appreciation among the students and the production annually of a concert for the A i-till benefit of the Student Activity Fund. ,I T iq Officers y P f Leonore Applegate. . . ........,..., ......... P resident Q 5 ' Louise Theobald .... ........ V ice-President Q I I Lucille Darling ..... .... S ecretary-Treasurer 3 ' Liga Elizabeth Gilcrest ..... ..,......... ..,....... C u stodian l Director ' ,- Mr. Glore T " B'-9 . l t i Faculty Adv1sors 5 W 'I' Miss P. M. Kandel Miss E. Northrup Miss R. Bridge 333 Members l if . 5' ' Alberta Alston Lucille Darling Zamie Kidder Martha Simpson . lr Lida Anderson Elsie Ernst Grace Lloyd Ruth Stedman lx . Leonore Applegate Katherine Forrey Edna Mae Long Louise Theobald T --Vl Hazelle Baird Elizabeth Gilcrest Mildred Lorentz Mary Louise Tracy Melissa Bond Cecile Hickman Ruth Millikan Sylvia Trent I bg Gladys Buckmaster Ophelia Hoffman Claribel Osborne Katherine Trollinger l si Amelia Campbell Mabel jones Ottie Rorer Vera Vandersall l Pj f ,mis Ruth Cone Edith Keen Laura Rosnagle Rebecca Wright l I ' Helen Crouch Elizabeth Kemble Olive Shale Harriet Wyantt y E " . Gladys Shaw '25, -. . .L u . . W as W A was N f. i 4 -X F , at 0 Al- ., .A ? NW lj ,hr l . . Page One Hundred Six i .ff"1fs...'-'SH t.f-V., ...Film I fi - . 4 - ,,,.,,....,.-L-,-.,..--.---- , ,, . . . . . . i jg' --W l . . if 5 A - ' 4 . if -. A ffl? ' s iv- -2. i I Fifil L, E :if i 'uf .L Ji. I P 'P-2 -A asfag b 'Q Fifi -is vii-E VW llix X N M I- J . , Iv' p I A f i , Wil .Fry ' W ' , il" 5 N X . 2 - 0 4 l iell 51022 " . . , Unlverslty Band 55.3 , tri "K HE University Band did much this year in creating more school spirit by playing at all athletic contests on the campus, and by even accompanying the team on some , short trips. Uniforms for a fifty-piece Band were secured early in the year, and made V their first appearance on Dedication Day. Under the able leadership of Sergeant Victor 3' g Norling. the Band expects to continue to merit the support of the student body in future J, l years. llfli ' 'F f Officers , C r 1 O j. E. Winter .i... .,.i.,.,... .,....... P r esiden! iff . E. j. Walters .... ..... X Ice-President I C. H. Best ....,.. ,i.,.,.. S ecretary ' C. M. Virtue ...................,...,,i...,....,. Treasurer a l I e F I 9 Q Members in University Q -0 4 if J- C. Best ...................... Drum Major I f V E. Aistrup A. Goetz C. McPeck B. Sietterman C. Barton W. Cvrabo C. Meade M. Simmons lr g' O. Bergman Hargrave S. Meyer D. Smucker if?- , C. Berry H. Herrick E. Iviiddletown H. Spiker J Biehn E. Highland W. Mitchell H. Strippy . C. Bleyle W. Hough F. Nagley L. Sweany . ' 13 A J. Case M. james C. Pennington C. Todd ii' W. Cormack A. johnson L. Price R. Van Sickler 1 1 C. Coy D. jones W. Prince R. Van Vyven g L. Critchfleld G. Klick M. Pritchet C. Virtue i , i S. Duer G. King VI. Reber E. Walters . . 4 1 Y. Fusselman C. liissel L. Ringwalde E. White 1-at l ' ' B. Gialdini G. Lohr A. Schlandt H. Wilson Q . Q A. Glasgow D. Lontz E. Schwoller j. Winter ' Q i ' i H. Wright I' i , i C 1 - l ,,.,,,.-.-,....,.... ..-,,.-.c ..... .--....,-,.-,,,,..,...c .,..-.-. ,... . -Y .. ...f . fm.-- ..-,- .Y -.--........ - .. . V i 1. - i .. 0g ' WF' - . . PV -3-fi . K ' gl i' . Page One Hundred Seven WW WWWIEWD WU My , F Ll. WP 'N f?V2V7Ufm ffza Mmm Q,'a.:-gy' mf ,X U 11 u 02 MF 4-Q,-P EX: JN JI-ffb!-I-fwr-1-5 Xml uf' lx ,mmm .fQf,A.19Q mmm A Cf' . G' c g " . - ' if ' A eg ::!'. ...... ,,..v. ..+. f. 'fsf1. if 43.9 - A 5 T35 I V -1' ll ii? Lf 34 cgi? Yrif I I 'H-f 3431 , if-S, xx, . Q .Nr ,Eg - l V Q FJ . li 3 S f FIX 494 X t ws, 1 if vga A A ff QA L .3-y-W- ' fain .511 . fb," :J b1f'd'J'J' f J' 4' 4' 5 3, vg W . . iv 5 H , Il 'I -. . ... Lx ig HV? f I M! nf 4 1--P J x-, va .2 0 ' A. N u ' 'x-.,:.'g ' gi.,.ff' u we ,HS 4 Y fr 2..- bm 3' 'C " ' f 2' 5 2. as-va U 4 . 71 Q iff 4 9 ' 5 0 3 ' i f Page One Hundre if . . ,..,.,.,i,v.,,. . .-E ,J ,if .1 , .,,,,,,,,T:. .wrzwwz T-.. Q-1 J, .,, ,mu 7, -r ,i KE' lv gs .slr G5 i lvl itil Ui! lid ' "fi Lmxt Lcssard Gillespie Rose Moore fi.: K illlv lwrly 'lijil l ff. 1 Murnrners li fr? , .JJ 3 'A . , . . . . . pi l-ll:, Nlummers is the drama club oi the University. The purpose of the organization , 1 5 . . . . Y is the production of plays of a nature varied in kind and appeal. Each year mem- bers are chosen according to the histrionic ability shown by the applicants at a ljiq "Try-Out." The business is carried on by a duly elected board of directors chosen in the ljlil spring of each year. ' i The popularity and success which the organization presently enjoys are due largely to the efforts of Mr. Frank R. Byers, the director. Added to the real work connected with such productions, are many social times resulting in lasting friendships of UBack Stage." '- s iff . V' Officers im , Y . -l john lx. Rose .... ....... P resident lui . . . P 1: 4, Sophie Moore ...............,.....,......... Vice-President 155. Dorothy Gillespie. .............,.................. Secretary if Morris Bristol ............,.....,................ Treasurer iii Board of Directors P Wilfred Lessard, Stage Manager Robert Klien Helen Lowe fl? - ls' 1 . Member in Faculty g i F. Byers YU E -Q 1 Q - t 51 . i ' vi ' 4 Q fy l 'ii t 5 gut .. .... . B . I F A O 4 4:1 E Fr g."T'1rg12nt1zjs ' 'urw,Zg,s5Lz"f'f'r' ' L-ygggrvq'-serifwsxj' -511:31 - . e-vw r -i ' b h is S 7 :lf firm x 'mf ,"L5 5"? '-1: Af v -1 L. Vlfbll .h 1' , Q , 'N Q 'Lan' - ':lQ'.LQa.,. lg, S gffiifiiiiii -'-4-jf' 2 "9 'ff,.i53.f ft . ' "" T. L " . - - i 'Wm-W-LWW YHWYWA Y Page One Hundred Ten a Hu Xluldix Xwlu .I X' xi: Ilmt Ninn l.,Lll1l:un urluy and Al Thu fxicwsrxgcr of thc Gods Page One Hundred Eleven Nu F .3 .Q 1 .sur ,- fn. i Lili gaming .N ,- 5 .yy . L . Q. f 5. iii? 5 Qs. 5 5' I is-ii it-f gi.. ?,9.g3 i if . if-'. Tr'?s L, Qi: 'ir 0 fill 5-T . . P' 1' f if ,Ji X iff-if i " tiff' 'Wifi twin . 4 . ,- Q iiii iii in Barber Hccklv: SChmiCl The Musical Comedy Committee HQ' 'Qi L- I5 x' l, . i ts if - i E . . . ,. . Y. , , . , , . . ..-NAV , . .--.,-., ..,. -,..,-.--...-.-....,,...c.....--..,,,.1,2Ai-Mm i. fy l i 1' P Q . I N. Q.. I e i J: E . c., i . HE Musical Comedy Committee is the executive council that manages the produc- li' tion of the annual comedy presented by the students of the University of Cincinnati. 11 The Committee each year associates with itself certain students of the University -"1 who are especially competent in the divergent phases of musical comedy production. These . . students combined with the Committee itself form a group of between fifteen and twenty xi persons, and are referred to as the Comedy Production Committee. ' The Nlusical Comedy. "Now l Ask You." which was presented this year, was written by fXIiss Lillian Herschede. Under the direction of Nlr. john Redhead Frome, the script il?- for the comedy grew into a musical comedy of unusual sprightliness, combined with a 7' real story of the modern girls battle against love and marriage. lvlr. Francois Vathe "turned -1 out" a chorus that was the equal of most professional choruses and better than many. Y V Nlr. Bellstedt arranged and directed the music for the production in his customary wayf just a little better than necessary. The Musical Comedy Committee feels that an acknowledgment of the student co- V. operation and support of the production is both necessary and fittingg for without their support "the show would be a flop." A i1 . The Musical Comedy Committee 3, Ceneral Chairman ............................ H. Lynne Barber fm Vice-Chairman ....., . . . . . . ,..... Margaret Heckle Business Manager ....,.,..,. .... William Schmid, jr. T Secretary to the Committee .,............. Ethel Croppenbacher Production Committee 't Tickets and House .......................... Carl liirchmaier Publicity ......,... .... E dwin li. Levi Stage Manager. . . .... Kenneth Could ' Properties ...... . . .f.Lester Roemer Ceor ette Smith Costumes """" ' ' AlWilliim Lessard Color Technician. . . Dorothy Carruthers G Programs ........ . . fH9Wafd Pabing A IPI ed Berger 9 5 Lyrics .... ..Lelia Nell Richey ' fxlusic .... .... ...... C a rlton Rust -Q O X XO-- . . . ' ,Ang '- -"" A e " " . V ' - V Y V Y WWTP if G it T . . F .. i . 2, All -si- Pagc Um Hundred lw tflve Yulmgcrmun Schlucku One of lhc Chorusm Page Om: Hundred fhirtecn JIVQ WMI X, W Q Z' NPV MV gf' '11 im Mmm rlhtrnlni-?' 'IJ ll-I I ,f-, W5-llfmm mmlmgl V "'W'JT332g'Q'w71'J 925 Q? xx, PNY amp, WX? Cm' 3713 4-Haig., mnihnnnpn 1 7' A W 2: E 9 1 E5 Q 1i,'Qffii'i5'gigg': 5 U w --Q W4 It " Y n an X ll 'nf I mx Q4 H if I KL N Q X 2 ,,.. 1' xi-Q raw e gg' ff N fl .L EN I U ,I ' f al, E iii U V E L1 li f 29: I I f Q1Tfii:-YA if E'--Lf 6:53-ZTAT!'I'?'rf1ff!jg i:jTq5Lj? : 5 u y c C .9 4--Ji,xa.:,,-fixgllf, 48 w . "2,,,,.fE tau x.,.1 H was JP I .Y il 'E,R'm.i! ' u U P' ,L ' ... vg 'v 1, 1 X X -f 7 fa ' Q! 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' i HE mad throbbing wail of saxophones smote the stillness of the night as the beauty and chivalry of ' all-'. the L'nix'ersity ol' Cincinnati gathered in all the splendour of its multi-colored gowns and sombre evening fa 1 habiliments to celebrate the justly historic and tradition-vested promenade of the junior Class. Never 5 l - i had the hoary halls of old Mclxilicken. nestling midst the emerald hills of Cincinnati. beheld such charm. such QV. l grace. so many beautiful women. so many stalwart men. The dulcet tones of the orchestra, the refreshment ii 5 comparable only to the nectar of the Gods, the hum of the joyous voices and the stentorian "May I cut." of ' -ff' the gate crasher. the "tout ensemble" of the junior Prom! 34- fz- A- Committee , lf-'i 1 Harry Franklin. Chairman Sambo Wilkinson. Vice-Chairman f'1' 1 Q' lb V fxlartha Bennett Dick Brown johnny Pease lne: Vollrath Helen Wehman 3, ffggq Bill Borneman jim Ixflathews Les Roemer Mardie NVeatherby ll 1 ' .31- 5. lei H H b itil 524. 1 '5 ji"-fi 8' i 4 " lffigg i W wi , , ifg'i.,E ' . .4 V im A - f ,ilfrri a ' r, ig. gi f ' . .5 I f I egg a: ici " "lv 5 F F 5 +3 I .G 1 .-. .... --.,-.,..,...-,.a.- ,,,,,..,:a, ,,,,,g,3 --V Vg, , l U 5 5 6- - . ,, ,, ,,,,, ,H ,J Yr, .i . 1,55 Qx.. A - ,- . . My Q N A- Y A :I V! l . ' K 9 re . g , ,-,. -' ' - ,, ' ' . -tg e i f. -. f i - vu i yy w Agfa i 5 'll p V V A 3' bg .X A C ' - A In Page Une Hundred Sixteen ali gi. 5, A lic' .L .U Y., KL? Ei 1 if 1-,, V "".'v T ' " f 1 n'f..v 3 , l .:.r,'+. -. "- ' .' '. i Senior Hop I . IMT ' " HE high and noble, the clan. the cwence ol' Xuperiority-that ix the Senior Claw, and they tried in .i very Sueecwful manner to make thc Hop equal to it NYC can xtill hear the wit, pulaating muxie, the low ' murmur of happy Voices. the dull thuds of colliding eouplo The clewrnuw of the Junior Claw wax ' reflected in their corner, which won first place with eaw, and which gow to Nhow that art lor art! ml-Qc ix all right in its proper sphere. but not at the Senior Hop Committee Forrut EIN. Chairman Helen l.owe Sam Nlillcr Xlaxwcll Xlcyera Dorothy Onl-cun I 1 ,, A Q. I il I, ll, - . l JH f i 'I ryi ll. ui C- S 'JE 4 j l :I .nf f Hia M1l1tary Ball lil? Lf, RIOT of patriotism-red, white and blue dccorationxfred, white and blue balloonv-khaki unilormxg 'H plus the excitement of Seabbard and Blade pledging-plui the announcing ol Robert XX ard 5 winning ' Qi the XYest Point appointment-plus leather book-inarks for li3YUI'NmCL1Lliil9 the Xlilitary Ball. ' ki v ,il Sgvl Committee 'ffl C. S. Cooley, Chairman - iff Wm. Bratburd P. XY. lx. lXlenard 1 J fi l Harry Franklin R. Savery tj- Kirby McCord E, H, Smedlcy -if l George Zimmerman ,gil rj, ' I 1 . It V f 7, ,Q 1 , ,rg ,r ., 4: fir, 5--:Rpm-199 t'-13.H,g1iif I 1 . 1: .LJL ,f.i...a,...w:-.1,.,f,.'e4:.u,a'!iaa.afz'1t.1.t,i ,. ' Page One Hundred Seventeen . i i l i fri f 'ie ,--V - as .Q -- fe . . v-' - v ' f -ft, -. - A E it E iD i 'Eifxff,ifsl4::5sQ'f..1.i"f'?fs? f'iEi5i,i'2mtif.aIh.4?g13',.uiL.l-"3 2 - w E 1 f - W 4 e 'S i Q " MH Sophomore Hop . s iii I ' ' Fw.--l ED and Black. The spirit of lvlondav prevails, with the scarlet sweaters of the Sophs strung about in ' ' veritable profusion. alternating with the red and black belts ol the fair, Patriotism is evident on every f" WE' side. Croenland's Straight Eight works in accord with the chaperone and gives us a bigger. better. l V ' page! liner and cleaner dance. lt is a real school dance. consisting almost entirely of the students themselves. with the outside element in the minority. and with plenty of the school spirit and loyalty which we like to sec given VF' to old Alma Mater. M ri ij t i i Committee I g Norman Auburn William Lashbrook i ' Y' el l Nlary 'lf Bolger james Swing, Chairman N g fy- 5 George Dunlap Dorothy Todd 5 5751! Howard Fabing fvlary Vollrath QQQQI Pauline Johnson Lucille Whitc ,gg- 5531 F M E ' L, f . ' i 3 ei . 'X' 1,51 l if l . J Q . 'il A ,r r H l V ' 'gifs e l l it 1 5 , . 5.1. lliif, f X ' I 'fit 1 5 'ja Co-op Dance . i 4 1. " HE Co-op Dance, given by the toilers of the deep Cditchesj was held on Saturday. December Sixth. ' , QQ., in the lX'len's Gym. Like most Co-op enterprises. it was a great success. the decorations being unique , and original. and the music instilling joy in the hearts of all those present. -' i 4 1"'f'i j Committee ' 4 4 Lil' i i, . Kelly Siddall, Chairman 1 L Benjamin Batson Kirby McCord - 5 Ray Congleton Sam Miller 5' 6 l ig: 1 Harry Franklin Eugene lvlowlds , fha Robert Klein Leslie Schwallie '4 , 1 x , ' m' .Yxj . ' fig-Q like Q iiiv - ..... ..--.-.. H - , ,L , fL.-..,., H iraq L- 7 . WV-- fffil -, 'Url l rt lei - "' 'V7"'T'fi ,."1'1'r". . -. . WJ. - '- - ' r Q ' ga V, ' 1.,7?-L1 .fb ,A JM H iqg, gl A Q - ,. . xy Q "wi,"' 214- . A A L 'X ' . . 'Q 1 2- H 1.7 ' W gy., ' ' 8 Y :N A M ' 4 V' -. ' ' 4 Page One Hundred Eighteen i Y. X., nv... ':iJ.:Xwl'fww-e - .P-it.. :J 3. si!l'ff.i l , ' -3,5 , if. Q , ,.. 1'- 4 .I . A ,,,,. . l I' l . i i 5 .IJVJN U ,,,. .V I Al l NE of the most enjoyable dances was found at the lXlen's Gym, on November ZS The Senior Committee i 4 i giving it. gave not only one of the best dances of the year, but also one which showed the best of taste 1 4 and creative ability on the part of those in charge of the Decorations The black and red streamers I f that surrounded the gym were very much in keeping with the red melt reaching entirely aerow the gym and W9 forming a roof of flaming color. . i , " I The music was of the best, and the committee is to he eongratulated upon the success which their dance ' l l turned out to be 544 l ' : l Committee ' ri-' V. Bill Schmid. Chairman ' X irginia Dale lielly Siddall 1, Eli:aheth Endebroek Nlosbv Simmons v Helen Lapham Bill Taylor - A . :ffl l 1 37' I c l tl 1 11: fl lb- i Q4 . "' f . 5 I -gi g ' ' l I I inf l . ,T i C- 5 ' " 4 l 5' i J ' E W 7 L D ' A O1'1'13l'l S eague ance ' A f D: ' .V GAIN the dear young things are able to repay the jolly old lads who spent their hard earned money I - l 1 to give them a good time, They were amply repaid for the music was good, the refreshments were good. ' ' l the decorations were excellent-and the girls a summation of all those adjectives which give praise and 5 glory. Truly, the boys who went were the luekiest of the lucky. Q . i Committee . l i I lvlarv Layne. Chairman ' 1 91 Carol Ceiner Margaret Glaser i , Betty Christman lwlargaret lXflcCord . 1 4 Sarah Earls Ruth Shepherd , i 4 , Virginia Evans Kathryn Williams Q l it n 9 'i ' 1 he-le - e i lisi l a ' , Kun i i 4 . i 'I f 3 ' , -Q i i ' ' a V ' , rirr-vffsefvfrr .A r i i . ,ff I' - " 2"l,"f -Q I,-"gil, I w' :,: e -5 i , 3 " 5. .-", ' ' " W- Q,1',SV .1-auf ,xl W", , i "H, '1 , I -Y .,, . H, Q 'lsacl - m-LM:-.Q Q- A .. ,".,Q-' -. 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X. 5 5' -.K , .-,. 1 U UI T - f 1 Uj W6 1 f-9 ,fu'w, ff , A W f - 1 ug v P - ' v 'R ,qv li W : 3 A 03 A . W U . X RQQL.-f f 5- ' : . . f . - . Z U . X y ' 6 A if - Q 1 x , Q ' , . X 1 is J FE 2-.Ci w 2 f ": X -,4Z"' 3'-l'QA'TL"'7""Kl377 Qff"'K2" -ef aux' ,J-.1 3 1 .,,', .. 's f S W l 3 i HEL? , W The Stadium N the history of universities as well as in that of nations. there are times and events that are epochal. Sometimes these times and events are builded upon idealsg some- times they are the result of the slow evolvement of time and progress: at others they are born of labor, sacrifice and of tears. Such a time and such an event was the achievement by the University of Cincinnati of the james Gamble Nippert Memorial Stadium in the year of 1924-25, and of such stuff was it made. I Way back in 1885, when the place where old lvlclvlicken now stands was but an un- Eiiff' cultivated part of Cincinnati's girdle of hills, and the University was housed in the old I building on Mclvlicken Avenue, now used, but soon to be abandoned, as the Law School, the institution entered the ranks of football. It had no field of its own on which to play, local fields being rented as occasion demanded. Ten years later, when the present lvlclvlicken Hall had been built in Burnet Woods, Dr. Arch I. Carson, then physical director of the ' W University, proposed the construction of an athletic field on the campus. The idea of I lit, , , I , ifli N athletic fields and stadiums was of course not new-they were almost as old as education ' M - itself, heritages from those men who thought that the training of the body was as important 1 g y as the training of the mind. But to Cincinnati, the Queen City of the West, the idea was l comparatively novel. l "L 5 I 5.6 W as PMC-We--we--W--1-A i I i f- J4r,,.,1.6f-xjE'g"g"ii'A35:,' ' " X' g'311'T,'1-:feng 3 Y J .1-,412-A.: Y ' . if-. ff X, 'f ', ,'-4 'ff ,Q 'fi .- Q. ,313 'if,f,jQf:r1Q,g ff- jf,"'i, A . h , , I' 'TV J Y 1",1,'j.xl,'xi5',!1lif,2j' ?f?f1'Q.Q - 3 Q Page One Hundred Twenty-two 3 - 4i5.i'E23Q 533'-Efiis' 1: l i I i . 5 45 'ai 1. 4 Q .3 5 4 if? 1 3 - -'lt -. 5 'ig-, 0 i 2? intl l i lil i Trail, ral ,gi libf .' 'I la Pl My ' fl 0 11. W3 isbn 9 f'ii"' B -' will r 3. Lal ' 4 gfvi -- I .4 Adi Carson Field Q? i Q-i4 Efiil 4 i i .. . l i ,f -Q y But ideals. when fashioned of concrete and steel. ,- i require moneyg and for the construction of an athletic L Nfl i 3 field the sum of four thousand, six hundred and fifty l dollars was needed. This sum. a large one for the tif? r i l time, of which ,Iulius Fleischmann. then lN-'layor of i A Cincinnati, gaye two thousand dollars, it took five ' 'VT . ' 1 ' ffl! ' years to raise. ln l90l the actual work began. lt "Fl g . aiu ,,, was not a pretentious fieldgit consisted mainly of - ffl f-ffl the bare ground. with tiers of seats laid out on the M531 f' sides of conveniently located hills-but it was the 1 i 4, 3 beginning of that field and stadium of which the y , P l I University is now justly proud. 2 ffl? 1 'ali' be l ln 1910 the held was formally named "Carson Q - l Field," in honor of the Dr. Carson who fathered itg lv? .3 ,s . I and in that year the plans for the concrete stadium gil I I were made. The first nine sections of the concrete stands were financed by a city bond issue of 1916. l ,wh V9 , Two sections were added in 1920 from war rec- Fi. '3 15 ' Dr, Arch I. Carson gi' i I r a 4 O 91- .. 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Then 5 1575 for three years it seemed as though the com- if pletion of the stadium were an unattainable 3 . 1. - dream, for there were no more funds available. p Then occurred what was considered at the time but a minor incident in the great game of ' college athletics. One of the football players. , - 2-,W Jimmie Nippert by name, received a scratch in the 5 5. football game on Thanksgiving Day, 1923, while .T lfi' Cincinnati was having her time-honored struggle with her ancient enemy, Miami. What mattered a scratch, a twisted ankle, even a broken collar ' ligicf bone? It was all in the game! 5 X . . f One month later, on Christmas Day, jimmy 1 Nippert was gone, a victim of blood poisoning. - .I . ' Y QA., His last words, now become famous in the annals 1 of the University of Cincinnati, were, i'Five more 1 yards to go-then drop!" 45 i i -ll' ' , , x Q, y Today these words are immemorably carved we 'N 1 under the ten-foot figure symbolic of the struggle as r 1 T554 of football, that stands at the south end of the T I james N. Gamble l i ,n Q 1 sg TT TV T TU T . ' S1 , 4 y .ig E X I 1 xi-. i ' 'wgnzwvvr' ,e ii ii G 7, - .,, ti , " . Q K Nl 1 .e W 'Mp . r Nl if f 0 V N Q g Q A K 1 'A , .. , -.y - ,. .I , . E - , Page One Hundred Twentv-four v 215,21 ll l ,W ' .1 1 by -rv AQ i w..st , 1 :Ui I I V I isa ' i ' I in V l is 1 1 ' 1 ' I If-nnpltlul Sladium A , wifi , s M1 ni yi V. .. it-L, O J l , l finished blames Gamble Nippert Memorial Stadium. a ' 'ni g perpetual participant in the games that will be played l ' by Varsity long after we, our sons. and perhaps our C PS3 1 grandsons have done our part on field and in class- ." room. and have departed. Q12 lr-I W Y ' l , h , i . QQ ln memory ol his grandson. Mr. james N. f gl T 4 Gamble offered the University two hundred and fifty T ,ny thousand dollars to complete the unfinished stadium. ft-U " Thus was made possible the completion of a dream of Q El a , years, and on November 8, 192-L, the stadium was a. I dedicated. I If" 'U , . , . 1 ,ll 4' ' The james Gamble Nippert lylemorial Stadium is 5,1 f one of the best of its size in the country. lts seating . . - . . ym . l capacity is l9,000g it has the most modern of dressing ,rfb- rooms, showers, athletic ofhces. and a complete dis- 3' pensary to take care of injured players. The sculpture fir . , . . ll is the work of Ernest Bruce Haswell, a Cincinnati lsr' . . 4: ' f artist1 the architecture of Garber and Woodward, l Cincinnati architects. ' Let us be proud of our stadiumi let us be worthy 0 of itil but let us also always remember that it was born 9 Jimmy" of ideals, of labor, of sacrifice, and of love. 'Q ill- f 5 4 i ' T L A I lim: T ...u.,,,:.,,e -,,,,,,,,,,,-v,.....l-. .-...., .. , , V V i xl , Y I O 3 'F R ' l -aaa a - l -kdm.:-7A:AxlV! W p Y W Y Y N Y Y A ' Q l' A ' 7 l ' l Page One Hundred Twenty-five 6 Qs? ig H if Q 6 1.1. tags i.2li,.Z. 'Mf , U IQ! Li i A e sy ea ea g . J f- L Q cle? 'TTI-I-I lg Gr: if I! U QE? el- ' ' sz? Qiedzcatzon To james N. Gamble we dedicate this book. His enthu- I ' siastic interest in University ajairs has been shown by the Sq spirit in which he completed the stadium. This memorial to his grandson and our class- 4 ' V mate,james Gamble Nippert, will prove an inspiration for all time. U fy! 'O' . . iffy QN fl WT? l S V PaN 2,5141 WLS :,s.v.g 'Elf ' Kami ' QS! :. A F1 is 1 I 1 . 1 ,. , W ,, ,, ,, , ..,v -N ,.V... ff,.--fff-wfw,-- ---N f-:W J --Q-54'-W- N J 2 - l I 1 9 I 2 f. J I rl V. .-,...,....-...-.- wk-4,,.,fv-,W-r-.ww -ff 1 -.1 .. - E . fd! 1., !1lr14,:,f4,,54,jE-i--g,i,vq.Lq2',i3s:'sf'?q55:uL: I 'RW-U V -.5 4,. W W V ,. ','.5lg'14n" Lf, :'K,4a!f221l x.-Mff 'W :QV ' ' fl-'BN .:z2as-i'.- -' J f' 1 . - ,F 'qu -A ly viffg' 1,0 ',Q,Ql'g J, G " 1 I :,,1' , ,' "'- .F T' '-' F ' . L -..i- H.. - , '9,f'.' , ' .-1. X- A - - . P , Page One Hundred Twenty-six f if 1-.u" : f waived' 7f9'ha,!"E35:?":Lgj5f.MQZM7 ag 4 5.3 r' -at 5 Sn L, T B 4 l 1112- ,Gif D 1 Lil" 5475. lf A 4- lil ,f g. iff! F .. K gf , T 5 we ell'-I, . . gil' s 1 N ifjfka- '. l"2ff"l wi u izff u , 11435 i gi, . ' ,,' : 'Jil in - ii.-ii af i ' f .l .il 4 fX1crnorial Dormitory Dedication fx? P ' :lvl . V53 , Home Commg Day if ' "I l ', VII HE second annual home coming, held immediately following graduation, firmly established it as a per- J manent feature of commencement week. and definitely founded a new tradition at the university in " getting the graduates and their friends on the campus on one special day of the year. Through the efforts f 3251 of the Alumnal Association. working in co-operation with the officials. faculty and students of the university. Qt','34 y' Home Coming is building up good will for Varsity. iff . . . , i ., Last year the principal feature of the celebration was the dedication of the Memorial Dormitory, the hwy , erection of which was made possible through the efforts of the graduates in honorgof the alumni and students 5 ji . who served during the World War. Major William Hammond Parker. former professor ol Social Science. and ii -511 - World War veteran, delivered the dedicatory address. 4 Following the dedication of the Memorial Dormitory the military drill and sham battle were waged und-er 'tiff the direct supervision of lvfajor Paul H. Herman. commandant ol the Reserve Officers Training Corps at the 'fpxfy University. During the afternoon and immediately following the military exhibition. various athletic games and 'yr-5' , contests were staged. The celebration closed with an Inter-Fraternity Sing in the open behind the Womans Building. I . , , . . . , . . " a' , Special credit for making this celebration a success is due to the student committees working in co-opera- ilffji J tion with the Alumnal Association. -3,4 s , . I .J A Miss Dorothy Huff and Allison F. Stanley were general chairmen of the Central Committee. which or- 'flgfz ganized the First Home Coming. 3. - f i: a a as a . . ' ' 5 " 1 f -5 I ' iii? , V21 x N l T315 . ,V I i . 1 A i i P x : Q ' i 9 . B ' 'J l K i 5 A l g l M. : . 4 . 0 A a' '- T . 19..- as T if if if T T it T TTT T T 4 NUI V KWH ' 5 I . ie' ' ' QQ, ' ' fi A m ' A ' TX ISN AK fax bm in in in fn NX u . 4 Page One Hundred Twenty-seven v v 1 ,, q ...W . -5 V7 SAALYQ ' :jf -me Q -. Wg ' , 41 I-vii' 5 1' ' -K :gn 5 , Lx, V u , f J. 5 : 1 6, ' 1 1 il .,, : 117A 1 'j' -' 'zfgyg-SCR 1 '11 1 , . 3- - K " V - .3 'fix' . , .1:!+...?.g9:" ' f f Y -t Page One Hundred Twenty-eight 5 1 z e: , . 4. J S --A J Q 'I r v D4 1 ' 4 T E c .,. l C 1 ' . T P4 .P il if 1 Fl 5' td 1 ' T l l 5 l lf' ' ffl s i fav I ' 'r i 9 i jj? i PM 1' i ' .'g.'i l lil! U -:Q "The Score" A TT, - . lah e Q O I-N i 3 i , FFT ag C1nc1nnat1---M1arn1 Day .Ta l l CAIN the annual invasion of the Crimson and White. The entire student body was 5 ' ready for it, and met it with the spirit and loyalty which old Varsity so justly de- un :mg serves. At twelve o'clocl4 almost the entire student body met in the lVIen's Gym- 4 1 t nasium for the annual Thanksgiving Convocation. Inspired by the capable speakers. all Q 1 were filled with the spirit of Thanksgiving. and the spirit of jimmy was instilled in our hearts. F T LQ At six o'clock in the evening the University Y. M. C. A.. under the direction of Fred Hoehler. F , gave a barbecue, which all were invited to enjoy, With the excitement at a fever pitch. the 53" H27 gang removed to the Central Y. M. C. A.. where the pajama parade had its source. The A 11.2 crowds gathered to watch the excellent showing of school spirit, traffic was blocked. and ' i thundering cheers rang down the streets of Cincinnati. Then the wave receded. and the 4 Cincinnati-Miami dance was on. May we say it was a darn good exhibition. . ' 1 -Q t , Little need be said about the outcome of the game. Suffice it to say. in the time- I 'l honored way. that the boys covered themselves with glory, taking the Big Red team into ' l camp by the tune of 8-7. May this become an annual occurrence. 3' ,- . .Q . . 4 -Mm-Agggg.W.-.w. g g- gg .t .t I 'N Vi Wf- 58011 A 5500 ' " ' gl " -w 1 m m. IA m T In fn mt g g g Page One Hundred Twenty-nine P'H Alf'lI xv LL Page Una I lundrcd Thlrly Q I Yao: P raxxy W 3 -v4--gq.Qy,,5v-wr- ff r -,if-,x ' .-:',?,4.-1 lv:-' -1. -. ,- Q.,-.. +5 J! 'Q 1' ,. . . . , 1 - , Q, 1 A ,ff-+,Q L r I V X 'vw' I Y. 1-.-af ,-'Y K3 xt - ,.. -,, 4. s .Wh .14,..s.w, ..r u- -4-I 4 f.f- ,: . .fx :REV af ' 'lf I Vfiw,-,qv-1 'Yi : ' 110 -..R .- J .-,A1,...,..,4iL.+.:.4g1.'zix.1+.-f ' -W Y, --Va .5 1 4 I i , . itl v 0 I 1 M. al 14,1 ly if .-,,, r .J , . i'fUl J--.., vi., L . Q i lf' li ?'.g,f'H 171.5 a'-'il 541-Ui i ,- l il-J lit? . .,,, 1 .sr ,311 4 N a 9-v l T- ' X1 . . ., .,.--. .--, . ...t,... -. ,, ii iq .iii M4 T xi all ".' ' 'l ' , rj-1 L5 V., lil 'il I - Oxford and Cincinnati ,gg J 'cj Oxford Debate Ein ' i HE International Debate, held in Emory Auditorium, on October 13, 1924, between 1 Oxford University, England, and The University of Cincinnati, was the most im- portant forensic event in the history of old lXIcIXlicken. The visit of the team of grad- uate students. representing the Oxford Debating Union, ranked with the dedication of - ' Nippert Stadium, as one of the two outstanding events of the college year. '4 The Oxonians were headed by Malcolm j. MacDonald. of Queens College, the son ' of Ramsay iXlacDonald, at that time the Labor Prime Minister of Great Britain. l-le was I ably supported by lvl. C Hollis, of Balliol College and D. Woodruff. of New College. i The University of Cincinnati was represented by Robert G. Mclntosh. L. A. '25, joshua , l L. Liebman, L. A, '20, and Lawrence l. Levi, L. A. '28 President l-licks was the presiding 3 Q officer. - ' The subject discussed was, "Resolved: that this house is opposed to the principle of Prohibition." The debate was interesting because of the thoroughness with which the i Cincinnati speakers attacked the problem. and the brilliant wit of the English, who gave y an excellent exhibition of the English method of informal discussion enlivened by humor . ', and sparkling repartee. At the close of the argument, the audience voted LSO-L to 608 in ' . favor ofthe The University of Cincinnati, which had upheld the negative of the proposition. 2 l at l -P f - . , . ,h tv. ',V, xl I I H. Page One Hundred Thirty-one L R 'H ' '1' ' '7 I - Contest Day AKIE the dawn of a new day, And with it comes the sight of two bed sheets. sewed together, Hying from the top of the flag pole. On the sheets, dyed in deep green. is seen the motto: "Freshmen," The pole is greased, but the dauntless Sophs rise to the obstacle, and the rag comes down. The Frosh come back, however, and after a short tussle. the tattered emblem is again raised. As an interlude, the Frosh are victorious in football. the Sophs getting the long end ot' the soccer and tug o' war contests. Therefore. the rules are in force. Later. with the mad urge of the primitive roused in the breasts of both freshmen and sophomores, a free-for-all ensues. in which clothing and Sophs come out second best. But a good time was had by all, and ye ancient and traditional Hag rush. so long dormant. again came into its own. V U 'I 7? is -IA 1,4 .3 ,i 239 :J hi s use '."'!QN. 6, ' ' 5 ' , me . ' gaming A 5 A l E? ' ' D -,- . . ,i F. ' O i a 4 E 3' ., V . .ggi arg ' 1 "ws, .3f':'L'L. " - kj? "f, -ri: -2 Q .A s Page One Hundred Thirty-two L, r ,,, . ., 'A K.. if . i 5, . , V, . "'.'n - M, vi. L fi? xx -'pl R -Q1 , 1 ' 1 .1g4.,f.,1, r A s. 3,15 fi: -f M- 1.-'r',k. - V- - 7 4, , 5-, 19-:,jrg,4,. ,g.g,j.' 'gfftj 1 Q19 'oflj-, ' ,:g,, , 1, fx - 7' ,..,-Ll: -"111'Ix.. -N... -Q ' ' YS' f ' v x .. .7 . .- 3 ., .. .. ., 1 . i V -Q ' 7jlra..cZ1J1r:LvJfQL-.:ss.14.',,Nu.-,v.1:'LMA ',. V HV VV - Page One Hundred Thirty-three ' ii g ' K1 Tanners' Research Building Tanners' Building Dedication UR beloved Alma Ivlater has been growing bv leaps and bounds. and on November 19, 1924 an historic step was taken. On that day the new Leather Research Laboratory was formally presented by Presi- dent Fraser lvl. Moffat. on behalf of the Tanners' Council of America, and was accepted by President F. C. Hicks for the University. After visiting many institutions to do the work the Council wanted done. the Committee selected the University of Cincinnati as the college having the broadest vision and the surest grasp of the relation between science and industry. The impotance of the dedication may be further accented by the fact that a telegram was received from Secretary of Commerce Hoover, in which he praised the fact that such a momentous step was being tal-ten, both for the advancement of industry and science. The school is well aware of the honor which has been bestowed upon it. and it is our belief that the time has come when Old lvlclvlicken is recognized as one of the greatest institutions of its kind in the country. and as such its name will go down through posterity. One of the Laboratories. Page One Hundred Thirty-four A . V -v-r-f-f-we. f- L.-F- ,x . - . ,..'cP,. 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L- L - L. , J 5, l ' ' y F-IN s i ' 5 i 7. 6 .,. 0 I Eli' - , - I-fel I 1 Eli :F l 'LN -5 ,JK-ill QQ ' ., 5 -SJ 3' gr.-4 5 el 'l Nlcvers Rich Baker Virtue . .gd +. 11.3 ' " Nil fig!! 5 lffl . ggzn Debate COUHCII , 'Pa HE Debate Council regulates and conducts all affairs relating to debating at the L tif University. lt is composed of three faculty members. appointed by the President li' ' of the University. three students elected by debaters of the previous year, and the i . debate coaches. 24" The outstanding debate of the year was held with Cxford, England1 other contests lk were held with Vanderbilt University, Washington University, Denison, Miami, Ohio University and Butler College. lit P ' Students y ' Niaxwell lvleyers .... . . .President 1, Chas. F. Virtue. . . .... Secretary , . Herbert F. Baker .... .... 1 Wanager 0 -.E Members in Faculty :lg I gi B. C. Van NVye. A. NI., Asst. Professor Public Speaking L, t -ill . Herbert T. Leyland, A. B.. A. NI., L. L. D. Carl IN4. Rich. A. B.. L. L. D. P K .ml iirfg' George A. Hedger. A. IX4.. Ph. D. 91- D y 'Q l l uf. tl , W X 1 i elii' 6 DS. 22.4 . ii A ii' 'A 'ii' i , IT 1 - it H . -. .W V. Y .Y L 22. ' V, 1 . 7- . V V, ul ' in - x.' vu? l One Hundred Thirty-eight M, i Gavel O holtl informal discussions on current topics is the ctiusus viwnsi ol' the Gavel Vw htn oratory is furnishctl hy Lunchrooni Specials, the prohlcms ol the trouhlctl woiltl uit Members Prof, G. A. Hctlgci' lack l-lumphrics Eclgui' Xl. Hymans ,Ioshua Lcihmtin Luxxrcncc Levi Henry Levinson fi i 'F .Al :UT if l ,lj-,i I U? , solve-.I without thc services of an tiring oi' a navy, Xlaxxxell Xleycrs. ., Chas. F. Yirtuc. i . Y William ,Xrnoltl ,' Hcrhert l7. Baliei' "F Q Xlyion Bcitmun Fon'est lily .4 A I .5 Aho boltlstein if 1 r- 'Q P551 gg.-J UQ! will ,ll ,Cl l ani I X .,.iiJs1'.'-shrill "7 4LLi.-gu..:l ' Y I -,951 2:14 ,L 15111 l?fJ'::,,Q-QQ i. gg' 1 N A-' ..l.,l,aLi' ' 2 I Sf?CL1f4L'V of the House A , , , ,5ltiI'l-lk' Rohcist G, X lc lntosh Louis Sharon Walter Smith Prof. B, Cf, Yan Vfyc gXtli'iun Weinstein Page Ont Hundrtd lhirtv nine il if - .. -D .-..,.--. -... ,,, -. . M- - . .. - as S 4' Y L' l i 34 he v . pi or iflj .- 'i ,ali 3' i iii '-'T A17 ' .. FFQ ti? if 4' ,lk wt. gs s .J .ali 'ri l f 1 V: WNW. .nf l --Ii iff' i 'IQ' -,, ...Q , f ,O JC-' .1 li . 'A wb .15 I .Q i r g as 5 .?" i Q E l 1 l - f i vw i . L 6 i ' G l 1 i C' Y . . . 5 l l l 1 Silverstein. Faber. Cunningham. Conner. Porter, Lischkoff. C-reenert. Cooper. Brown, Herschede. Newman. Coclinoxiur. Groppenbacher. Thorpe. Smalley. Powers. liolks. jackson. Russell. Naegele, Bcnham. Rosenbaum. Brunhoff. lxlillcr. Oliver. Gregg. Lynch. Ahlburn, Simon. NVh1te. Bell. Lambert. S ' . . i . l 5 Asp1rants i 1' 4 HE Aspirants was organized to promote and stimulate interest in and appreciation ft of all types of literature. When possible authors are invited to the meetings to read from their own compositions. or to speak on subjects related to literature. i - .5 Q I S i 1 Original work is encouraged among the members. and one meeting a year is devoted to ' original work. Freshmen and Sophomores may enter the club. but membership may con- tinue in the junior and Senior years. Q Officers if sl. Craig .... ........... ....... P r esident N lyl. Oliver. .,.. Vice-President 2 ' D. Lynch .... ....... S ecretary R. Porter. . . . . . . Treasurer . Members in University ': G V. Ahlburn lvl. Harris E. Powers 5- E A. Bell L. Herschede l. Rosenbaum 'w Ci Benham M. l-leyl A. Russell f F. Brown E. Hymans L. Silverstein 3' ' l-l. Brunhoii' C. Jackson j. Simon D. Burr T. Kolks R. Smalley Sf lvl. Cochnower Nl. Lambert V. Stacy E. Conner NI. Layne l. Streeter 96 D. Cooper L. Lewis L. Thoman ' W bl. Cunningham j. Lischkoff R. Thorpe R Ehrlich D. Lyle R. Weitkamp " ' L. Cireenburg R. lvliller S. Weller G Greenert bl. Naegele E. Westheimer rl U E. Ciroppenbacher J. Newman L. White if lvl. Oliver E ' 6 K. 35 l , ' Nl VI vi ,- f f B - WF rf' riff We ISN IK M m IOX In lik M IIN. Page One Hundred Forty - T T xg sg 4 Q J 54 I 5 4 f 0 ik G "Y, BG D l i -' Ilubank Buck, Pmxt-rs, B d C.i'ary. Barbt llerschedc. Lexus XX tl ly l -al' O 's ' Literary Society O P ' l Presenting Bo Latest and noblest exponents Cf the ancient and honorable order of the , Literary Society of the Llniyersity of Cincinnati. 3 These extraordinary young women "' Represent the intelligentia. N The cream of the intellectual life 74 of the University. Their symbol is portentous of great things. - Cryptic Llnfathomable. 32 Significant of deep mysteriesf -Q The pitchfork. 3 , ff, Officers n .2 l Lilian l-lerschede ,... , . ..,..... ...... P resident . i Lelia Nell Richey. . , . . . XYIICE-Pl'6Sid6l1l 7 Q Ruth Barber ...... . . . . . .Secretary ,113 Lilian Eubank ..... . Treasurer ,.3 Members in University , D. Besuden Endebrock E. Sidle 9 Q M. L. Buck Fenton V. Stacey 3 V, Crary Lewis Nl. Weatherby 3 1 . Powers l all V f L,i.-,- -,,-,.A.,,-..L.,..L.-i-.--,MW i --v I lL , ,,,,,,,,, L 7 ' lv I ' , I ' ' K 4 ' . gif n pu, val .lgq 'g y m m in m Ah Lim y it Page One Hundred Forty-one I, I if i ,iii ii y.-til 'f' sl YH 5 Eg. .' , Q " l ,- x: V1.4 if-3 5525+ ini? 5 3 4 '- Hier I 2 X1 new itil 295257, f,-v i-,Lili in iii? P J. ,,. i-'gi fig' ii l Am it ,,J' i, 1, ,gl M 'Fl , iff' ga M. EFL , ' ta, gn lg! f '1' , . f,-1, it it 7 li l ,lg in f l 'i ., l iilg l l T i .. fr M 5 - i , l XvWX9lXfxWlpy LL-2. v iv 'WV Q. X v as Qi? Y ei? 1: bf' Q 25 M' x., el Fw 3? . r f ,f '. - 1 ' l .1 f ,f Q S: l lllllllll ni ng " H 7 C9 5 A ei YF L-gat: V Z ff ' 1 . ,ifxs 9 fffzeffxw. Q H' e W 0 X SZ. I' A 4 'X 0-B " X L R ,X 322 A f .N 1., , xXx, x U u 3 IQ! 1' 511 'LH .5229 A M ns fQf,fTv.x9f-1 Page One Hundred Fort 9 e 4 ' ?'1'Q..fgh -..fm ?'J.f-,., fmFg,,g t , , E. l . ., . ., ,, . ,...-.-,--- ...-- ,. -. -, -H- S l H' I ' G I l I ' 2 l ' 1 D . Q, ' 9 -'E I r f G j 4 .l Q 3- 135 O li 5 2 6 0 6 e C tr 4 P. H. HERTMAN Q Xlalor. Coast Artillery Corps, D. O. L., J 4 Professor ol' Military Science and Tactics f. . ,. L 'f ' E 1 F ' HE R. O. T. C, in this University has progressed in a phenomenal way since its estab- ' ' lishment here four years ago, , This progress is attributable to the cooperation and encouragement which has at 'J all times been given to the lvlilitary Department by the other departments and also by if the students. 'w Progress. success and pleasant relations have made the tour of duty here a very desirable 3, , one, and a duty memories of which will be carried away, by those of us due to be relieved. 1 to remain with us for a long, long time. 1 i pf' a - 1 1 W' -1 , a e A1 fn q In - in iw Ax ax , Page One Hundred Forty-four 4 "M.i.."??i...i'F.mc i ' A E 32 I YQ -J' BG I D U 5'- N 1 O .4 A -9 O 9 3 3 ' 1 ,Q .N .4 3 4 .1 UQ. -3 ie f 24 O BQ 43: T .J 'X 0 r.. , . 0 The Reserve Officers' Training Corps HE past year has been one of great success for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps at the University of Cincinnati under the direction of Major Paul H. Herman. C. A. C.. and his associates. In the year lQlQ-20 the R, O. T. C. at the University became a fact by the establishment of the Coast Artillery and Engineer Units. Since then it has increased in popularity until the present year finds us represented by the Coast Artillery, Engineer and Ordnance Units. The military policy of the United States has been changed since the World War so that the standing Army, which is very small in comparison to our vast territory and its large coastline, is only the first line of military defense. The second line of defense alter the Regular Army consists of the National Guard. and the third the organized reserves. The organized reserves is just a skeleton organization composed mostly of commissioned officers. which. in time of emergency. would be filled in by the able-bodied citizenry. U .il if -.1 E51 -gil :if ri gfi l HY Fw M. 5 i. 'T J P3 ig., I . yr 6 . 5 T94 yi gi lj. .s :A Jig- f O C XV 'Y .ly wr A 'M mv . A 1- ' .4 ' vi 1 . 'T E.. - -. sc . ---. . za . . U. . . .- ll UE . .z Page One Hundred Fort iii lil . F' F4 'H 1 '1 W? xl! I 'J ii: J' 01 fe K , it WV K -, W 1' ' Q ZJJGF9' g1lli"l, F ""'laua 1Ilf'i "'l.I11 1'- flflfllilfl-liilfllllll 4..A11llIHIl!dIllllllf'lIlll1 ell- W F THE -xx MW MEQBW 'wx-,uwwvi is N R NX Shu Il FQ? 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C. is the training ground. comprises three armies, one from the western states, one from the central states and one from the eastern states. These armies are divided into corps and divisions which are commanded by officers of the Reserve Corps. just as in other fields of endeavor the college trained man is fast replacing the untrained man in leadership of large enterprises, so, in military work the remaining vacancies in the Reserve Corps are being filled largely by college men supplied it by the R. O. T. C. The preceding paragraph would possibly lead one to believe that the only purpose of the R. O. T. C. is to prepare commissioned officers for the service in times of emergency. This, however, is not altogether true, for the R. O. T. C. holds a very important placein the college life of those who are enlisted in its ranks. It broadens its members by supplying a common meeting ground of endeavor, keeps alive the spirit of patriotism and Americanism. teaches discipline and respect for authority, adds to the social activities of the college and gives the feeling of satisfaction which comes with knowing that our University is aiding in the perpetuation of the sovereignty of our free country. If Page One Hundred Forty-six -r 'Wt' W vrgser f rm ' lik 1- i. ., .'f1"'i':f,L,'i:f ..f sY .-izsstfarffs sw, fewer. if f I I ... .. -. A. .Mu-..s. n,. -.-4..A,.s.....-. ,,-.....f... - ..f- rv---.--. . ,A 5 i 1 F H. ..,., .v i tl X. . ,.,, . , .i 'W 35? l 1'-' 5 4 ' A ' '- " "'m ' jgi 1 l v . 5 rl 92 ici ,I 'I . ' I 5 1 22. P? ' 5-115' I' 'A A i I i l T lim -e iv e f i , M. V . J. ga, Q lfll l f Fl T ,Q -J i iii 1 N ' i ' l 'Ji W D 1 ' I i 2'-'H . ' Commissioned officers-Regular Army Detachment , . P F1 4 ' ' lii 2 . i.l,,'J i lg?-2 , 7334 i I as 1 , filed 3.5 . . . . iii i Mayor Paul Herman. C. A. C., who succeeded Nla or Sidney H. Guthrie u on his retire- 55, , . . . J . P ment, has carried on with great success the work entrusted to him. Major Herman has 1 , P under him a staff of five commissioned officers of the Regular Army. Captain Porter P. , .4 Lowry, C. A. C., and Captain Clifford D. Hinlale, C. A. C., in charge of the Coast Artillery Wag Uniti Captain James A. B, Cihson. Qrdnance Department. in charge of the Qrdnance Unit, gk First Lieutenant Chester li. Harding. Corps of the Engineers, and First Lieutenant james X X ' . . . . -Q l T B. Hughes. Corps of Engineers. in charge ol the Engineers Unit. First Lieutenant james 1553 .' i Hughes came to the University this year from the Canal Zone. He is a graduate of the ,l 3 i L7 . . Cl 1 . s ' 5 U. S. lvl. C. at West Point, class of l9l8. 5 ,. i . .fx i ' 4 - if 1 . N i lt The R. 0. T, C. Band, sponsored and equipped with instruments and unilorms by the 4,9633 1 , l R. O. T. C., furnishes the music for the Battallion lormations and athletic contests staged , iii gg at the University. This year's band has far surpassed any all-student band organized at T ' , the University thus far. s.. A Vlffiiji f 3 , 50- Y ' if ' f fs.. A N is 'IW 2 4 5 .1 1. ' l 22 i I DN- A ti ,w-.-.-,-.-..- -.,-,.-.,-..-.-LN,-,LL . L--,.L.... .. -su 1 gi i W Vai: L' i W . iv ,Qu T W -. My , . 'f , me , . , , W if A 0 l W ' ' -' " . 'H A ' LJ ' L 1 , T m fix A m ' A lk ' A A " Page One Hundred Forty-seven ' Q' ui' xi . . , . Q . , .1 S4 s -. linlisied Pcrsonricl-I-legular .Xrmv Detachment The popularity of the R. O. T. C has been increasing steadily since its establishment after the World War, This fact is borne out bv the increasingly large number of students registering for the optional advanced courses. In the year IQZO-Zl there were lb men enrolled, the enrollment rose to 30 in l02l-22, to lOl in 1022-23, to l-12 in l923-2-L, and this year there are 200 students registered for the advanced courses in the three units here repre- sented. One of the major attractions on Alumnal Day was the sham battle staged by the R. O. T. C. The military ceremonies started in the afternoon with a parade and review. after which the battle proper took place. The Engineer unit started the program by build- ing a bridge which was later used by the retreating side to cross an imaginary stream sup- ported bv heavy fire from two machine guns and a 75 mm field gun. The scene was made more realistic bv the airplanes Hving overhead and fired upon bv the 75 mm. anti-aircraft gun. The bridge was later blown up with T. N. T. to prevent the pursuers from following, thus giving all the sensations of a real battle. Page Une Hundred Forty-eight 'i I K 'Q 1-..-- 1. , .fl . -1.9. Va-,let lliiiittrsfilulw--5eLtlcvi1 X The R. O. 'lf C Rifle leam has aciuitted itsell very xxell this year in exchange matches xyith other colleges and uniyersities, Several of the colleges xx ith xx hom matches were hred are as folloxyst Virginia Polytechnic lnstitute, Cornell. Uregon. Boston Tech.. Xlinnesota. Xlichigan. Syracuse, Xexx' York Llniyersity. lientucky State Xormal School, Chiu State and Indiana. The team won all ol the ahoye scheduled matches except those xxith Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Ohio State Llniyersity, Through the efforts ol' the military faculty it xyas arranged that a man selected from the R. O 'lf C. hy Nlayior Herman should receive an appointment tothe United States Xlili- tary Academy at Vfest Point. 'llhe man selected this year xxas Rohert XY. Xxard. a freshman engineer. 'l-he appointment and the announcement ol' the pledges of Fcahhartl and Blade. honorary military fraternity. xxere made at the annual fxlilitary Ball on lfelwruary Zblth. Page Une Hundred Forlx-nine r-y-pg. Y 2 f + 1 '. 1 " I . C 5 l r oo- 'Q I I 1 :P , , , , W, , , ,,. Wtw ,..... ---Y-i..-......,. .,,.. , ,,,. ,,,.,,,,,, Y, ,Mlm - H. ' J- - . - 'Q ,e.f'. .. ,iris g fi E A fill " Y Q I . 1 1. I .ff-s ? J! H I . ,Y . f.r:Q I r .,f if lx U., 9 ,. , W. 4 ,, , if 1 I1 1 M ' 4' . ' .DF JF . Y Ea V Cadet Ofhcers Club-Section XX N L1 EZJP V A Pu rf, ' li L l r , 3 ' Y 10" 1 Q ' -31 6 oo- . 9 s ,U k CHRISTOFER J LOEB 5 -' I 71 Pt 5 Cadet Major C. A. C. :O W f ', v IN MEMORIAM - :Ji E055 ' rn.:- gx 1 , 5, a L... 5, . if . il Q Q fi if '43 I-Q 1 ma i-W- rf , ,IL 1 , Q. I 1 x . '. fm, 1 Y- ' : XM ,?1.,lL.-M, .fav ' I A uxx , . , ll . Q, if. -4 WW X 1 fi ww 1 ,L " v " m IA P g One Hund d Fifty A- A Wm-W A Z .rf n j, .vii '1'M1gfr'.y' ' ' - - , ,. C 'M 'A 1' 1 f-fini.-Q .Qggfff . A A gig ggjfifi-,. . 9279, A I VR B . 1 -. Q WA M- -' ii'-NA4 ' 5:31 , Bw f . 1 ', '-L I , ' A I iff 1-PJ 4 h W .iz Af -... . 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I 4 4 , -v -4 ak 92 .g KATHERINE BLOWNEY 64 ' T RUTH SINDLINGER MARY DOM M ' ERLYNE MCCUEEIN 2 r T P1 ' HELEN ERUNHQFE l v 3 A I 1 1 I W 1 r i T 1 . Selected by , D ,E l Q 2 3 J. ANTHONY BILL 1 ' T FRANK H. MYERS 4 1 - T 1 CHARLES W. SCHLAPP 9 '5 ' I A -I I . I T I o A A 1 wr 'Y' .W r NIU 'YY' JU fZX-Q! M IR JRC? ATX Page One Hundred Fifty-four ,X I+:"3'i.". ' ei RSF? .K we 1 ,Qi ,105 ' Page One Hundred FnfLy4five VAN NYORYXII-QR LIBRARX 1 w W W me Ong I lumircd Fxfry X x ,X an '-Y ' A lo W .J 'QW-m use wk' NK, w : --41 - :K-, X " N ., X 3: ., X if gg 5 'gs 5232151 . . -NS. x 5: .XP xt-F X ' :SS"?5if: , -'tx .gs Jr., fa 3 -555,:gx-Kgs A :-M :fr 1: . Q31 Page One Hundred Flfty-seven 4 PageLOne Hundred Fmfty-eight ra A 'f -, .-gd: Ll 45.03-.4 F. 5,g,f1 Q! A ' :.,..3-:'..va..1..1 , i 1 , lg! A 1 Y 1 , v I 'Il f- . ' 52:11 :ggi 1 gc- QP i '? 2 A .N ! .--11 'nf A 1 v I 1: U. T .16 - .Q E . 1 4 1 ff W . V. ,. i Q ml' A. 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SE: .- M af U ' un, Page One Hundred Sxxtyone 'OO 54 -so 14 lx 'OO september sun 2 gal s frats begin open rush at I2 p m fy' ff- thurs l'l'lOl'l X O wed thurs regxstrashun vlgxlants begin campalgn for law en forcement banana oll' september mourn first day 24-frosh spxrxt shown at y w banquet 250 upper classmen and 20 frosh there y m banquet drew blg crowd 25 woman s league tea-committee present 26- frosh get y s FCCCDKIOD Ice cream and cake and sat l'T1Ol"l I-'Vip and rotten orchestra men were lnvlted and gals were there Sl alphs lay corner stone kentucky wesleyan and cxncy battle to 6 to 6 txe In the eve for first football game of season 29-mens frats bld frosh big row m womans pan h e l l delta etas vs trl delts mens serenadlng at women s rush partles abolnshed mon 22 october 3 harry says we must sell luke hell at georgetown fite sa 4 frosh show love of school by a fast race to be vaccinated frosh gals and men separated for con wocatxon xt s a plty you weren t here last vear dearxes news staff shows first slgns of worklng mon 6-a chlld prodlgx blesses home of alllson f stanley tues 7 why can t the gals learn from harry franklxn that they could go wlthout garters scene a pow wow IO-ultlmate need of football team IS a hospltal northwestern game sa ll-chi omega gals have pledge party at mecklenberg s 'iUl'l l'!1Ol'1 dxck whltacre puts ln hls bxt for delta zetas gals hard luck duck gals frats bld frosh u c wlns debate wlth Oxford question prohlbltlon school dances lllustrate the futxllty of argument sophle 81 Johnny are kmd to all then' frlends 50 or so make mummers sa 18-more polltxcs non frat men organ: e thurs mon w ed 9 thurs student electlon the kappas won anyway even lf thev dxd stuff the ballot bo'c the lrst tlme we are gettmg too colleglate to lne Junxors get your corduroys from gus or kenneth IH the hall not to be out done the soph men start a collegxate ldea sophle catches Idea from sig alph boys starts the jumor gals LJQSTGV fl 42 Cmc fl h 0 f 0 .- Ez ' I x ,J X- iefef' Cl 'Plfw R. 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' - . , 3+ ,III - -- ' ' . I III 2 ' ' . D I . ' 9 4 I , n I I I I , L . I.II-.I,I ,X I ., N- ,,,, Iyf. . Igf , 637 ,I:,,e,:aQg,.r ..,,, "re Q57 II., ,.,-"..,,s maj if ,.,.i,, 0 , .A ..,. QW. V- e ' ,WI jfiyffs "I II W4 Iv' Q "J J" If "M I 'I' "' Jfxgtx AN fix ' fr Il ': ,fill 'fix rn I .1-I' wife yi lk A ' 1-vzfx Iax JT. f.x lx -I kdm I m .,. 0 Y W w -H -A M 5- av 1' N Y i fiw r f rf rrf V Yv gf I , in v . YY I Al Q 1 'vi 5' ' It xl b 3 R y 1 novem er i i l 7 . i 53 sat. 1-dayton strangers journey south to show us howithey 4 I Q play in their village-21-0. I jj sun. 2-university church service. 3 I i r -C3 mon. 3-4hsig alphs show signs of taking up the collection last 214 nig t. Q Q l ti tues. 4-sophs think about red sweaters for collegiate idea. X ,' l gg wed. 5-sophs decide--red sweaters are ordered. ,iss : ' l l thurs. 6-dorothy todd decides on red belts for sophmores- ' :N X l they are ordered. pouge's buy another truck. K 1, o if g , 4 fri, 7-raw meet must be good for school spirit-there was X is Q ,Q plenty at the barbecue anyhow. IVJ N 1 4 sat. 8-everyone-even the band-in their best bib and vi' X - g 4 N LC ttfgker for the dedication. the ushers were very ' e e cient. . X- 5 -' -2 wed. I2-mrs. anna evelyn fay died a natural death-quite a - P' disappointment to the scandal mongers. ?cCIglg'g'ALgL x 3 thurs. I3-the phi delts didn't have dessert for dinner because SEE a - A the fresh painters held a meeting at their house. -1 5"l0Q'f5FA5'N6' - A 4 l sat. I5-wooster takes the bear out of bearcat 32-0. lf' l ' mon. 17-mystic l3 shows interest in the schotrlg by bringing 0 Cr, to account 'the lazegrafters in the annul OFFICE, 4, , V , F95 wed. 19-snooks fabing was offered 30.00 for mcmicken. he says X-X gyikrn 25- S , 3 . . . . W7 1 C , he won t sell. lynne will sell for 10 cents however. wed, io 1 5 f- l thurs. 20-florence altemeirs birthday-score one for nippert. 9 6 , I fri. 21-beat miami club pledges jane weber. , 2 G sat. 22-frosh take it all off the sophs on contest day. yt I mon. 24-mystic may scare the dumbells but not the checkers-"better than ever" is their motto. ' E tues. 25-scene I-annul Office G ' X cast-snooks fabing ...... ....... .... h e ro 2' f , W marjorie schmidt ............... .,,. h eroine 4 , .5 other loafers present. J Q . ' act I-trtmviii Smackw?-SOCK. Q 0 1, Act Il-exit marjorie. - - 1- '51 scene II-chi omega chapter Challj. ' Y . cast-marjorie schmidt .... .... d efendant Q ' other chi os ...,..... ..... p lantiff ' e ' ' lenore lewis ..,............. JUDGE. i 1 5 2 I ,lg , act I-Di-l-liL?""""-"'??.?!!!! - l Y: V act II-its all rite since he is a sig Alph. , N V, ,LPN y.m.8Zy.w. banquet-a turkey dinner seemed .4 "gi to be desired by many. 2 N 'V wed. 26-helen wehmann's history brot to life by the S' Q' freshman trial. no raw meat at this barbecue- E X 4' I checkers thot the way to a man's heart was N Y thru his stomach. W 21' gi ,,,k heap much parade-street car fare free that's " N ' SEQQ.: V Why- X , ben and johnny get fords-it was a pretty good , ,PS 1 dance even if it was boozy. 82 crowded. 9. K 423 thurs. 27-turkey day. also a swell game with miami. . ' 'ii snooks was playing bear at the game in case i I- ? you want to no. prexy came out of the hearse ' i X and up on top to yell yes the game was that ' 5 -QQ.,-Qaucls good' 1 N V fri. 28-freshman reception. somehow or other more . X' l V X' freshman than were at the dance got in free. , 4 F 5 sigma sigma stopped the dance to shout out : 9 I R O Ml T H E BEARCAT who they wanted to join them at their bar down to MIAMI S Lirimart . sat. 29-theta tea dance-men enjoyed punch and 1- i thurs. 27 cakes for dinner. . 5' J . 9- f 4 in M 0000 -N000 0000 00 0 dv r y . snuff wif 'ff' 'W W' Jag. 'We W AX A1 fr. IQX m AX AX g g g Page One Hundred Sixty-three 'x'J17tC. a 1 december 1 111111 11111111111111 11 111 2-even the news IS pu zles publlshed wed 3 sen1or glrls sprout V1 llance snapped thurs 4-jake brelel feels he be leadmg lady a K Q sfo KJV?-G.2xmC,'izfCP-.rc1L9Lcfe'D?t2s-ffti f-f!f:'ND'aClrCf5f1'J'ClIC,73"CTf-9"'5 wcff 1 sweet young thxngs talk over freshman receptlon dlscouraglng studymg-cross word out wlth patrxotlc jackets womans 1n plrate attlre has a better chance than anyone to bxg feature for the bummers X. 10- 5 lt was heard that the sophomores wear red flannels 5 but no-nt s just th 'fri S1 1 l 1l WN W 6-co-op dance grlff dlsappearlng act 7 speak for yourself tues 9-commons club organlzed wed 10-mummers want a squlrrely young man to run up the1r CUTCHIVIS thurs ll per usual johnny pease new foot ball captam was beat up at then' feed phx beta kappa shp hvmans and sagmaster the grlp sun 14-all UNIVEFSICV church servxce glee club the attractlon tues lo-west bros featured ln tell me what IS love 19 another annual birthday party sa 70-school s out for the year wed 24-alxce llewellyn says she can stand under mlstletoe and never get a thrlll thurs 75-chrlstmas xma yuletxde mon 29-evldently a wxfe xsnt enough anyway mr kxnney has a step daughter too-a ed 15 yrs tues 30-ohlo state dxsplavs 1ts talent at emerv audltorlum l wed 31-drmk out the old drlnk ln the new also resolutlons are ln order 1 l Q x l l CII' sweaters dye and helen duhlmeler feature a 8-call for self starters not cranks LL M llclldl 1 ,g -K 421915 YTTIV Wfferfc 25 wed 24 . 1 l 1 1 ,, ,ur xy, - m m Am m1 fix hem ' 0 0 si I xggf 1 yy xv A xy: ,N oo- La Q5 A ' ,I IE? I 11, f 1 4 mu, i XNC J L HXHX Page One Hundred Sxxty four T- Y V Y 1-f W w FN- W Y sv 1 L'l A Q X XV my - f W-I 1 I NU ,V Ng' V: , xv :I w -.1 - - ' ' ,.' -.r.. ' ' 3 . ' a. 211- ' m ' 1. ' 'V"l,: ' . f.m1.' " .L:.- ' 'Av wif -,:.. '.f.s.Qy. ' - If - 1 s'.-5 af? V -rf - " ' '13 1 l 00 J ' xv . 3, 1 1, 1 13 l 1 9 ' q 1- .-. ..1 1 5 . 1 7 ' U -.. . .1 . l ' 1 1 , Za 1 5 -2. 'f 1 1 ' 3- 5 1 , . . . . K . - -. 4 I ,I N ' I ' - , l x ""----...... 1 .-.----" Z I I - 1 5 I 1 l 1 1 1 : 1 .g. .. . . ' 1 6 ' ' . .1 5 g f . 1 1 5 1 1 1 .0 I ' 1 ' Q , , ' nobr: .. U 1 0 1 MS- Z fri. -' 1 1' Q 1 ,QQ Z 1 1 Qi? ' ' ' A . 1 Q ' I - l 1 C 1 EL ll 1 L , 4 D I 4s 1 t. - Q, , ' 1 1 - 1 1 : t . x 1 K LS s 1 1 1 N- x- ,. 4 ' 1 1 1 I N A lg - -- ' QGL6 1 1 1 1 ,U l 1 , 1 0 . N, K 1 1 : 4 Q 1 1 K. - ' . ' . P 1 U ' 1 o l 1 . ' - ' ' ll N 4 1 1 l ' , ' 1' N ,' 1 1 ir 1 Q 1 1. - . i 5, Q ev ' N l '+- x ' 'S 9 1 6 . - - . ' l 1 N . . h - . ' l 5 is-Q 1 ' . .. . .. 5 1 -1 -. . x 1 4 s 1 E . .. .. . 9 E 'sg ffl. '-' . Q, fe 1 his ' t. - l ' 1 . 1 1 N . gt! l Y h A 5 D 5 5 l . 4 , v YQ - I 1 1 -. - ' -. s- ' . fy l 1 'J l ' g - YI 1 1 A I l . h U U l N 11 X vp I 1 H ' , ? ' , - 1 - 1b1: I 'V w W PM W- ev - PM w W - W W ' ww A W ' w F vy V -. H- mess Y if I C vwrr X- YY -YYYYY Wig Y WW Y i 77 H HWY , l .ill . I Y Y P Y 1' A V 5 , in W I FQ: gi 27 'anuar 9 , l J Y st? i 2 . C 5 thurs. 1-don't forget the resolutions. 1 + 7 l fri. 2-resolutions forgotten. fy lgc - U f 'fm i X 4 R ' , rl 0' I 3 Q sat. 3-kentucky state wins 24-20. f 'N Q i CJ sun. 4-rest up and get ready for school. ! -' 4 K ,b be f V: C ' mon. 5-we should begin to grind again. X I7 5 G l I' -1 i K Q thurs. 8-commons club gets pins-step Q Eg-flfjl T 4 I Q ' this way gals. L ff' W 5 4 fri. 0-we lose to kenyon. ff y fx N -8 ' W 1 i Q: sat. 10-catty marsh doesn't believe in f' M' X l 'S public sentiment-she prefers the ' '-Q24-W - --U A - l ' D 4 dark. i x i I i tues. 13-garden course organized-call for f 4. N If . 'Z those good with a shovel. V .w , 9 4 1 4 i Q ' " 1 wed. l4-Chas. butler organizes a "high wed, 14 o ' hat" committee to get these keen 5 'E gals who are cutting everybody 1 Q dead. 1 , 1 0 7"4 fri. 16-graceful or not graceful-singers or not singers they all flock out for musical comedy tryouts Q ' D 3 . sat. I7-co-eps not so slow-best dance of year in the woman's gym. ,' 9 5 x tues. 20-clot lewis voted the original "hard hearted hannah." N v .Q X F a wed. 21-better singers badly needed for musical comedy-another tryout. if ', 0 7 If thurs. 22-theta house prepares for big evening-fresh painters to assemble there Z1 - .D . " sf fri. 23-when they are sweet enough to eat, gene ivey doesn't give them a chance. '-' 3 I sat. 24-ranold west's new flame has Hickered out-he 'b N , 1 . speaks of her in glowing terms. s 4 X tx i 'I l, l fi' l K i ffau mon. 26-no beauty contest-ethen allen lost his tooth. . l T' X: i Lei .f il ' D : il i. .' f 1 O thurs. 29-shorty smith and virginia dale organize a stretchers SNC Te, .1 V i club. Q. X gifs ii 9 X W il sat. 31-committee of junior advisers publish following I E f l l y list of suggestions for their freshmen charges: -'N l f' X , I I it ! ' how to avoid petting parties S J 'Q H 1 Y K ' vgfoiw 1' 1-ride home in a street car-do not holler for li s 5 your romeo to get a taxi. St i . T i ' r W I J I 1, 2-eat onions before going out. th 1 9 i K 5 w 'I i l v , K 1 Q 5 5 i 3-smoke camels all the way home. s .2 1 ,J A it f Q ll h , I A l 0 P 4-don't date freshmen men. b i .p ' .1 In i - i. X nl XJ :nip llliil, V 5-keep away from canoes. Q 6 .J I.. 'N xy A" , ti .J ' 5 xsjivtlliffi' nlwafggl' 'X' 6-cultivate the habit of chewing gum or tobacco. 5 F 4 ' ff' N s ' thurg, 29 7--stay away from college men. gi . l ' 4 , ia . l iii mnv... - .,,.-.,4, -s sis--. . s. - . - i Y 'izf sw, yy vm, ' w se: ' . f T ou, R 'T 'Nw XVM ky'-C-J NW 1 i IR fi Al IP. if I0 In IK HX RX l Page One Hundred Sixty-five My ii it In Ai. I I -lwynig I Q I Q if l:'Nffs SM I I ,- wx.- g lg. Q I 4 f 3, 3 ' 4, X ,,?"" . 1' -I Q ,aw-Ji, .J-I -4 'M rr.,-.1 -.-.,4 I , , by X g, A. ., t Y us CHEMISTRY BUILDING 4' K dl NG -fs o 94 1 34 O oi. I 54 1 .+I ?l wtd thurs SPI . mon. tues. wed. thurs. SBI. f 5- I 179 H :Q ll' a 1 V february tues 3-eat at the commons the flavor asts wed 4-dot lewis is now agent for the sensible shoe we just know she wears them thurs gene rilev has come to the con clusion that it is entirely out of place to kiss a girl s hand 6-psychologv qui today in round numbers we made zero sa woman s pan meeting few dates tonite thurs 12 wild presidents party none of them will tell where they were bobby can remember the after effects any wav who drove the machine and whv77" grades today father no longer believes in heredity sa 14-X alentines day v a c deep sea party the stags thurs I9 make it a wet party sun 15 5 m c a church service IQ scroll initiation if everyone paid his dues scroll made plenty 19 freshman trial talent rex ealed7"77" 20-our profs are getting to be such pessimists that even their knees knock. 21-senior hop-juniors win prize--but we don't think school is a circus-ask the man who owns one 23-no classes today-thanks to truthful George, 24'-classes today-th's is no Grimm story. 25-cincinnatian staff post re- x ised notice- it costs to advertise. 26-high lights in history of any of the annual squad may be seen anytime in red pencil all over the walls of the office-that is if you can get over the dirt on the floor. - -ballots cast for varsity queen-gals sling soft soap. 28-cross town gossip: under the swinging street car strap. a homely co-ed stands and stands and stands and stands and stands and stands and stands and stands. ,i A I l. x N . I 0' ,- l 1 1 fx 0 V QUT SrA ouT '. TIIJNE 115 700 .Do YouBG l N . f Hwggg 4, fws-offlcf ,I R , 0 o 3 --.LVD V . . 'i 437-HM 4 A.LlSoiar1D 'E' ' l . -1 ' f -'c1... 1 W ' .h ' C 111' GN!! ,161 X Q . EA: QI. 239 Lili -2- E5 223 -as 09" ,vigil churs.26 Ol- 14- 1 bf' :H-.4 f , x L' ,. FY, . r v 4 5.1 9 x ' 'B QT If f,1 X1 , 4' n ii gs M ' A A F AS ns 15 G, ! ' f .,' r as 1 -,, 1 .4 1 s gf is as A 55 . I T K. f ,, ' rl W - . al I ' x ' J 2, ' l 51 4 5,..1 . 3 . D k h - . - 1., st l 1 . . - E 1 5' l ' zxxgi 5 ' " ,f f'. 'z -' 1 ' 1 1. 1 I'l E - l l 1 1 ll - t 7- ' ' - P 1 ' j ' . 1 1 ' 1 5 - - - N l 1 1 11 t' .' - - 1 , ' . ff f i , ' l 41 - l I 1 W"f"'55f::ef- I-2. - ' ' 1 1 , .1 , -Q, M 2 1 '. 4 5,11 .Wi D ' 1 1 , 1 G1.ii'15Qi5 '1' l fri. 13- . D '-V ' S 1 l - 4 15 V V. it Q 1 1 sm f ,L , - . 1 , 1 1 1 . . . .- - .1 1 1 . 1 1 1 i . if. . . . l . 1' X 1 1 D. LH M' ' Hi Y A ' V. its 1 1 , - s , i 1 , 1 ..,. . Q , 3 rf K -Q ffl 1 Q.. 1- 1- l I ci , 4 ' 'Zl- 1 1 1 C' 1 1 j 2 l . D U ll K 1 2 i , Y., 1 1 ' 1 4 ' x 1 . 111, . . .. Q! fr - ' 1 ls I w f 3 I, f i 13 1 4 X L , X '11 D , , H i 1 QV 4 X 1 f 11, cj A 9 CC l 1 fri 77 I '- .I X 9 l 1 MMM s X fn fox 211' nm 1 -1 ' 7 yu as-1 gi 1 s I 'N Xllfm HX 1 Page One Hundred Sixty-six ,K 'X 1 7 'S Q', I-L J I Qu .3 1:2 .cg Q SLlI'l YTIOD tues wed thurs Q3 lTlOI'l tues xx ed thurs S3 I'I101'1 tucs W6 . SH. l D z.,.,,1, i O ' 5 march l-enters like a lion snow sophomore hop sign goes down smoking on it s way done for publicity so they saw nite may fall and dav may break but school goes on forever 4-this is not a fifteen minute a day unix crsity 7-clem otterbein announced with a modest blush that he is learnin to sing a little 6-sophomore hop ball and chain announces new pledges miami amc at miami 79 7Q sad but true the partl sisters are known as faire and warmer better days ahead IO-Japanese display in y m office has a bi busi ness fred and thc theta bot the store out ll--commons sold some balanced rations todax we swallowed the insult we haxe a fast lot of profs but none of them pass us sudden rage avainst cheating harry and groff kicked out honor svstem to be tried in June 14-miami game at home 73 18 sadder but true 16-gene ix ey bot a ford todas-capacity 4 mamas we 5 or - Uv i s gi oecuesrea SW ZW' flfyx dancing made easy marx t bolger-dates anx nite -annual joke-cincinnatian out early this year. - -miami debate - and they say men are not go -mummcrs' show-all of them done noble. f its IA if i jf , A gl J K t m MQ: , il:iQQi,f9g ' T 'pmol' if WWE? fri. 27 od abberg 'DOH VNOYI, .. tucs. .. SH. .1 ri., mon. 30 X your lips tell mc no. no-but there are circles under your eyes. public sleepin classes are suffer- ing from insom- nia. -junior prom- lelia nell crowned xarsity queen, betas serxe a fa- vored few a good big breakfast af- terwards, -the phi delts en- tertained the the- tas and rushees at their very inform- al dance-frit:i- may was there too. -bob maddux had a "fine" time in court today-30 days. M g l " 'ics -W' M pq bf 'Ai m ISK 'N if yy W, MIK ,, A ,W 1 EX IR X' ? i 1 be 4 51? , i I r C? ,s 3, f . i ER e g I is -M4 TQ L., 1 ' W Y 12 ig l '. ' 1 ,u 1 UG 1 l .rf - 2- - t 5, , . f i .1 y ' Fw? . ' ' ' ' 'fa ' . l -Q p : , - i a ' . . G . . D ' 'Q , 595 s 1 1 nl M 2 X 1 G Q fri. - A 1 - H f 5' - 3+ - . 7- ' 'g ' ' .. --c-- . CL? t 9- , , .. I. 1 lb 0 1 .tg M ' - 'S h. -7 .,. Ai gf- ? O 9 if - 12- ' - 0 aw 'af . . - I. . - Y 4, ' 5 X R 31x fri. 13 It D - A V t, I X X XXX x Q s '. t. 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' fl l thurs. 9 mon when xs a beauty O0- X- B 5 , E v am. I bs , X.. X .T C w SD : -1. fb Q, V tt , Ti- ' TTY- a fr fl .1 - fra- -5: , , 5 2 Q , 1 f 3 5 N , lp, "W Q ffl 4, ' H . il 3 l lllll " . Y . . l x o 1 MD 5 R l 1 D i E tues. 7-jack sanger gets a machine. A M ' . . , 4 5 e l l fa o , . , 1 1 fi. 10- ' 5' . ,' " -' : E V c E. ' U' . u x 3- Q D 12- - . v er 9 'S 13- Y - - if G . . Zrj y' . 15- ' ' ' ' ' ' 'jr S, X fri. l7- ' - . .c. i5 4 V t l W ' 21- l ' s . ' wed. l U 234 . I il is N, ffl. r - ' - ' v 1 ' l l t a pf si G V , l '. K ' - C :ee 'IF l QL + -C 2 'ff l f 2 to Sw ' 1' ll V .Z Hx G 1 l M F I O 5 f Z fx gl l r.....,..1---t.t-t t t t to ffl ' Wf W 'W .W W 'W' W' W. 'W' NW' mnkjfgf JA mk an lm m nkwfsfixl' ' Page One Hundred Sixty-eight I, m N -so Q., . Y 4 .gq bfi I , BQ l Q4 J . x .21 l . IA I' Q3 ITIOF1 93 ITlOI'1 tues wed thurc S8 . ITIOY1. may muaical comedx IT1LlQ1C3l comedx musical comeclx delt partx noxx 1 fy aalx xoul 4-mar Qaid Qhe had a date for the boat ride a lonf the olxmpic Juit aak iam weber womanqpan hottl ibxon architecte x acation bevinx liberal arts Qtudents left alone in their mixtrx f efcame etc spring fever motto a cut a dax lxeepa the doctor awax time ago-looks bad marv S TM ...Q- .Q fN 2 3- Qigma chis plax football with a baloon in front of the commons junior Qhow presidents partv no longer a Qecrtt 14-junior Qhow if thex didn t get it all tht Hrxt time thu did the Ntcond I5-greek games-sophs and frosh in raeeful combat, lo-hotel varsity-men's frats rush. ohio Wesleyan baseball Game, l8-frtdie had a date with frit:- 'S third Girl this year. maybe the phi clelts will start to rush him. tues. Qgharvey and dottie elope. 4 we . 20-L usual!-D2 .62 y. . service. -boat ride- bi time i was had by all. mon. -5-marfveret elliot featured MMQNOO 1 by pathe news as "2 gun sal." tues. Zo-phi delts to have house 25 , - , at A eJ"i'4', Z-x fiift ,ff fri. ff! 5 Eg -5 sat. lri. Z2 Sun- party-need any more be said, gals? 29-to cut or not to cut- that is the question. 30-coney and chester open. 31-a day of studyl? l l Ee Q ., I ' Vf Wi' 'W' ,W r 'bl' e 'N i '- N " I 1 ' e 1 O I ,Q Que at he at -.y e W W . wh W it - ,W W Q l .4 l ag . 4 bf '4., l s 1 1 i fi. l- . . 9 "5 , t. 2- .' jg 5' N 56 , f' " E Q - l x . a X ' bl. A S N . E 3 r 3 - G o V Ii V ' 'D' .U be ' 9 4 S ,,' tues. 5-if you want to know about Q. 4 5 i, , ' ' . - 2 -. 5 - . fi Q- V L - w ge Q A 2 e - Y t fr fe ' nd ' R 3 ' I x l gs , 6, ,ij I O I avi. -. t , 1 4. . 3. I ' . ll-. ' 2 5 E v al V 't x -X -S l 1 i I ,J L f i 3. ' 12-Q A . rv -.1 Trl? '41 "' , ,TJ '- QD 'Q s,' A fri.l 9 , . 13-. . 5 - 3. x. Q 1 . N, - t ' - F, N ' ' - L' P, ' ' ' , Q ' ,A, ,.. ' 1 XV, I 'K -S fri g 0- 1 4 o , t " Q if U . . ,g I h' D l l s' . D S D Qx d in x W ni ,t J A 2- G l fri 72 a U D ' D W hr ,D 2 3 i l k' W 1 ' tl O I l K e tm t t t Page One Hundred Sixty-nine i Y - ..,- Y' ' , w , 1' 1, I 0 I wr - t Q ,-,W Q: ': , vw ,- y w if - Q l xg 53 I J? if l if . i f June xi i FJ if i Elf C ll f 5 I 'I j n 1 y .2 Y 1- 3 Nl-Lb I wr ' f M i l Q 1 Q, mon. 1-examns-honor system. LD P 'gf' i , U I . . 4 9 4 tues. 2-a few seniors take special examns. 1 y Q 1 1 4 ' sz I V ' pf CA 1 0 wed. 3-matrimonial bureau established. l l if , 2 l H I-.. ,Z - a , I' u 5 gl V g . Z thurs. 4-raynold 82 alice married. 2 5 1 OU- 1 3 G 9 e a N s g ' l fri. 5-jack 82 pat married. sb, f A L 5 Pj P 4: 'HM' Q G l I sat. 6-no business today. ' , l Qi 2 ' W snr. 13 ' e -2 2 5 1 , , . 1 Q 5 mon. 8-senior week beglns. - 5, Q 1 Y 'ICD 4 'E . L- U 1. I . , tues. 9-bud 8.2 sophie take the big step. L- 4 nl 7 if I Ar, i Nut R 5 . .Q ,155 'TV X s..4 5 J wed. 10-bill 8.2 helen jump into the bonds. H? Q L i 6 , - ig- xl I i -e . Q- l i '1ff"', ' N ag V r' thurs. 11-ken 82 helen succumb. sf 'fl 5 X 2 X gg! t h ,Q ' ' il' f j l 1 : K lil K ,X :IE , 4 l fri. 12-pretty hot today but a rushing business for the justice '- 2 L . YQ 'LZ' -N l 9L Q - 1 1 , , ll l 1 1 N .L , of the peace f- H ' ' ' i " Q , " X 9" I' i All A g " ff ,J l S -Q Q sat. 13-graduation-a beginning and an end. alumnal day. Xix 29"292 1 ' 5 Talili s Q mon. 15-the whole dum bunch has gone and done it. mon, 15 ' u I 9' 'E ' x l he ' 1 wr sw' 'll' Xvr lm' 'iw K NU. , xv" l5mCN'32'ixQJm fr. Jeff in Ik i "',7 xp 1 ' U 3 ir-l N - D lx 1 f t"' l -a W HY .. , -- .- ia.. 1 y1'f11f,ig- nu. 3 .riW:l:mFPe,'lg" -4' fam? 5.3 D. Z?:f,-4,-V L,-h V ,H .-.. -, " 2 L H2123 I ff I 1 " '."g:'14f'!j- .:" 1.' C9 . zu 551.3 , " 32 H' Q.: V f'.f,j .,, . . . , . ,--,,,-T,Y ,YY . L . -.Je ...L -.. ,. , ...f ,. .A ,,. ,.:-. . .lu '.z lm .,.- 2. . 1 ,S . X I X ,X . v I ' . ' ' -'f' N .X .. I ff7ifiG- fl- all5.m..e.2Q.'iiv:.:fl.f.ff.iwf.?- , I , A l lr l l .1 gi I I 1, ll I f l ' I J I I ' r 1 X JL , t ul - Cf . W UI F53 f I We E93 CARI. Ii .-XI-5.'XliCllliRl.I, :X I3 , "C " Xl.ISl-Rl X I7 XX Xll .XI.Sl'l PN I3 S, 'jg I Hughes Hugh Schnnl l Izxrrwnw I lluh Sehu-ll. l'l.1rrxx.ln. Ulwr II. Crow Cuunlry Team, lmelx Team. Xlenk kllee Club -Q' R Ifrench Club, Ill, Crux CQ-unlrx' 'I-elim, Traelx 'l'emn. Qqj IX' Cr-,C C1 luntry Team. 'Irael-I Team ref ll.XR1 FLD kQR.X'Yl .-XNl5lfRbUN.Klfn1 ll , .X KW, RALPH THOFXIAS IxLEXAXNDliRi Cum E. I'alenner I'Iyg:,l1 bchmll. I'41lellneI'.XeXX' Xfvrll, "IQ xxwlymiward Hugh Schmid I Cwnuneree Club, ll Cummeree Club, Ill Culnlnufev. "I 'b LCN "lb ' ll w I C4-mmereiul Club, Cu-up Club. ll. Cuunnulmudl Club. I lu ' IX mmuul lu 'X llmmuul lm '56-1 Cufrvp Club, Ill. Cummcrual Club, Cn-up Club. lX'. Cum- ,gfl merexal Club Co-up Club,X'.Cummev'e1al Club, C- I-up 1 Qlub. 'KS ' K N - Q Q URIQXI 1i.XRI.lZlUN .-XNIDRILXXS, C Ii . lrxangle, T IXII. :A Axxll 13'-I--'ABILTII Al-LILN4 -'X B Iiurllnglrun llxgh Selmlul, Rurlmgrnn. X"eVrnum, ,X N U Hughcxllmh 5Ch'N"' V K Q K I X. S M 15, c'.,...p cilulw ll B,-.mm Cxxulx 'I'rI...um, " I XXUWIQVI 5 I-'34-WUC. X- XX C, .-X. Lylu Club. Bllxl Club, ll:-upClL1l", Rnlle1'lub'l'x'e.hurer. Ill I'3l'uuneClx'1ls, Chimp II. vVl41lT1Lll"l'5I.C2XgI',UC.'1', XX' C A .Glue Club, Bud Club, Blue qkjluly IXQ By-,lung fflvnlx, C-I-up Club, X' llaraune Clvllx, . I lyelm1 III. XX"c'vxnanK League. Y, XXL C .X , Che Club, Hnrel Q1 .., ,P Klub 9154 Club. Blur: Hydra, fil'll2lTll9f'5- Club. Student .Xwritanl In , B-flanx. IX'. XX"umanK League, Y, XX'. C .'X. Iinrel Klub, Egg Prexndenl ul' Blue Hydra, Student .-Xwmanl in I3-vtanv. '4 'I 4, Ii LIQUNC IRII .fXPPI,liLQ.fX'l'lf, Illplumu In XL1r'xlng. 'L' C , ,, , ,, XII vI"I'l5'l-ml.TXll'l,I IAQ. . . 3 LARI. XXILLI.-XXI ANl1Sll.fXTXlSl1L..-X Bp lxlz. Nc. ' Imlfl 'fi 'L :mu 'lfI'l'U K, f V1 D Hughcg High Sdmnll .mr he I-,rm .ilmlp l , 'lunwl . ureux, .. .nf Nay, 1 1 , , , , , ,, III. Student .'Xetn'lLx' C.4lmrnlll-.'e, Kiel:-elv Club. X. XX C. A. . I. Soccer, Lrmx Cuuntry, ll. 5-recur. krufx Lnumry. Irdelx, fahmd , Blue Ilydral III. Crusi Cuunrrv. 'Imel-Q. I-Imlfer Hall, v ' Trcagurer mf Blue Hydra, MC" IH 'Israel-X, IX' Iraclc. Baxlxel f 3 Ball, Blue I-lvdra,X'1g1lanee Cumrmttee. A ' ,IAXYXIIZS H. .-XRNUI,D. xl. D. 5.-I ALICE ANTI-llhl, B. S. ffl PuloH1gh Schonl. Pulu, lllxnuli. , I W4 . . . .. . T 'HM I XX'.-XLTLR PALI. .-XRNULD. Ch. I: , AXE, THU. 1 lug 3 :E CLARA IVIARCL-'XRET JXPPEL. A B . I3 If. llugghu I hgh Sch-ml. l wlmldward Hlgh S'5hUUl' I Cm-op Club, Treasurer Chemxeal Ijnguneerk Club, Band. 1 I. Ii. I. A.. Il E. I. A., Philov-plmy Club, III XX'-wrnank Il. Cu-up Club, Chemical lfngxneerk Club. Ill Cui-lp Club, l .A-.'N7i ' Leaguc,Ph1losophy Club.B1rd Club, IX". XX'umanB League, Chcmlcal Iinglneerk Club. lX'. Cu-up Club, Chemical I Eff' Philosophy Club, Pnrcl Club. Suelal Scnence Club. lingnneefs Club, X", Cuflxp Club, Chcmxcal Ilnglneerk Club. . .. . 9 l wr ,.C-,,.,.,. -11-0. ..- .. ,- , 7 V Y ' Y Y .. l .I . 1 ' fl? -0 ' X ' l , lx 4 P' W- I . - 5 53 fiaffxd QJQJWF ' f H ' 4 F: . 'ff fl: ' , 45 - ,Q f- ' 'ff' X11 1- In ' . ' w - ' if I. I '. ffy..f,K gs' ,Zn . x lil' -rg.. .r If '11-wal I. .1-.." Y .jig , ' ' ' ' 'f 1 - f. I-'f . ' - L T- V 'li-f W. si . .. Page One Hundred Seventy-one 1- , i 5 I 2.11 1 ii. zo' i i ' uf ,iw W N311 . 'fl' If-'X , . P ,'. 1 I ,iii Q!-I -'71 :Fl IQTI . .if mi ,HT 'vgl 4. tif il ni- PN 4 -.I Q! I 151' frugal 'Qi JE,-. .l I 'ff il I I.. .i . .ES- vi If Q in I I lil 9 VS xx ARTHUR B, ASHMAN. li li.: Elibll. Iiast High School. Rochester. New York. I. A I E, E, Co-op Club: II. A, I. E, E , Co-op Clubl Y. M, C. A.. III A. I. E, E.. Co-op Club. Y, lvl C A1 IV. A. I E E. Co-op Club, Y XI. C. Ag V. A, I. Co-op Club, Y. NI, C. A WILLIANI lxl, BXBBS, Certificate in Real Estate, CHARLES W. BACHMANN, C. li. HAZELLE E, BAIRD. B. S . Diploma in Nursing, AAII. Stanford High School. Stanford. Illinois, I. Y, XV C. A . President Freshman Class of School of Nurs- ing and Health. Student Council. House Committee, Christ- mas Carols Committee. Freshman Dance Committee. Class Day, Swimming Instructor. ll. Y, NV C. A., Woman's League. Cincinnatian Staff. Social Science Club, Rifle Club. C-irl's Rifle Team "C," Chemists' Club. Varsity Art Club, Pre-Medic Club. Junior-Senior Party Committee. junior Circus, Class Day. Swimming Instructor: III. Y, XV. C, A.. NVoman's League, Editor Nurses Department IQZS Cin- cinnatian. Rille Club, Varsity Art Club, Committee on Student Activities. Vcspers Committee. Chairman Fra- ternities Committee. Senior Dance Committee. Melody Club. Swimming Instructor. H D. BALYEAT. Certificate in Cen Business I-I. LYNNE BARBER. L. L. B.: 'SPA A. EE. Lllex, HAI-I, XVithroxy High School. I. Mummers, Mens Clec Club. Y, M C, A Q ll, Pre-Legal Club, lvlummers. Track, lX'len's Clce Club, lvlen's Vigilance Committee. Y, M. C A.. Academic Club, Sophomore Chairman Contest Day. Ill, Home Coming Day Committee. Track. Business Manager Nlummers, Mens Clce Club. Y, M. C. A, Cabinet IV Business Manager Musical Comedy. Y M, C A . Business Manager Iwlummers. Business lX1anager lN.'Ien's Cilee Club. Fresh Painters, Home Coming Day Com- mittee. V, Chairman lxlusical Comedy Committee, Y, lvl. C. A . Business lvlanapcr Cincinnatian. Fresh Painters, lxlummcrs Student Chairman Stridium Dedication Com- mittee Bu :ness 'xlana tr lxlen s Clu. Club 'i ii: '. 'St ' g' 'SLT tt , .. l . . 9 'I , P 4 ' 'T 'E' - . Q ' '- 1 'v-- G ' ' I 'i . if , THX fi wi- f W . W - , X . . . ,V . limi., C1 R .eff Y., I. L 1 Q. 'r ' . ,jf Q but ff f.. i .- -s-A . y ' fm. sf- , A . - V ,, Agfa. -- -, ,.. '- Page One Hundred Seventy-two CARL W. BACKUS. B S,: BAE. NSN. Hughes High School. I. Editor of Bearcat Book, Pre-Medic Club. Y. M. C, A,Z II. Vigilance Committee. Track Team. Pre-Medic Club. Y, M, C. A,g III. Musical Comedy Committee: IV. Medical Editor of University News ELDA INIAE BAECHLE. A. B. Hughes High School. I, Woman's League, Y. W. C. A: ll. Varsity Art Club. Paleolinguists, III, Varsity Art Club. lX4usic Club. Treasurer of Paleolinguists, IV. Varsity Art Club. Music Club. Y. W. C A., President of Paleolinguists, FRANCES BAILEY. A B 1 KA. CARL THLTRC-OOD BARTHOLOMAI. D. D. 5,1 XPH. Piqua High School. Piqua. Ohio. BENJANIIN ARTHUR BATSON. C. If.: TBH. Mt. Carmel High School. Mt, Carmel, Illinois. I. Co-op Club, Braune CiviIs1 ll. Co-op Club. Braune Civils. Y, M, C, Ag Ill, Co-op Club. Braune Civils. Y. M C. A.: IV. Co-op Club. Dormitory Council, Braune Civilsg V, Dor- mitory Council. Co-op Club, Co-op Dance Committee. Braune Civils. Y. IW. C. A, MARGARET E. BAUER, B. S.. X Q, Hughes High School, I. Varsity Vanities Committee, Varsity Vanities, Woman's League, Y, W. C, A.. Ways and kleans Committee. Uni- versity Newsg II, Y. W. C. A.. Woman's League. Chair- man Stadium Night, Stadium Committee. Cincinnatian. University News: III, Y. W. C. A,. Woman's League. Administration Editor Cincinnatian. Woman's League Dance Committee, junior Prom Committee. Vigilance Committee, junior Advisorg IV, Chairman Woman's Vigi- lance Committee. Y. W, C. A.. Woman's League. Chairman Y, W. C. A. Theater Night, Woman's Pan Hellenic Delegate. Senior Hop. Ik yy Y., C.....,--. H ,W M--.-.......1-4 ,.. I bi N I -f On' 9 5 i O 56 6 be 1 tit- bf G I be A 'E O 2' G 0 G 5. 22 U .ft 1 U ? if 4- P-Q 1 5? s 1.4 O 96 5. EPS U 3 :iQ D! Df- 0 a I 5 E 1 55 i VG . A bi Q.. U c Y-I. 15 I g,i':'t'?ff1 T141-if ' -: 5 Lf 35311. 'ff..'if.lQ.,-.-.f':Afl. 'I ' If EMI? ff. I ' 1 IAF' If"z'ii It , I-7 L. . I 1 ..- IV- ' g ' If 4 QM? F ' , a uv, I' I '- ' I ' I 'K , 'Xp . , ' ' ?- Q. I , ., I . 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XX'm11ul1Y, limi 7I'ucI1n1uzxI SQIXUUI,f1lLX'uI.1luI,III1l-w ,Paw Splvv-111-I ,Xpplvul I,c.n4L1u, I If :mu Izuuw-wnuw VIUIW X -In Vlulw IX' .-Xrt f.IuIw, NSIUITCL Xvg,5ll.mu: i1:Iu1zulIlu. Mlm 1 ILIIX XX-www? Iunguu. X XX' X' CIWL'IT'l!NfX'X'Il1IX 1, X I'dL1LL1I1--uf'IuIN ,IHHN lg. I5liRn.TxI.XNN, Txl D. '1'l'.X, NSN, XIR5 Hll!131jg,xl21n1, laljxxlfyqq I ll, NIVU'-IU5I43' Hlllh 5LI1"4'I- SSWIUXI X - I 'IW' Xlllxxuulxuu I'u11LIwl'N' bulnxlmrx. Xlllxx .nuI- u., XXlw,m1xll1 NliL1.l13 lslifamxx, B. :yr 21llfL"X'l4iDILl'5XTQl1lIflVff.X' IX 'MU H 'I -SH4 BI' 'I .HX Ir ILi1.cm1y4,ll'x-11.1ww f UI? 'L 'IQ' X 1 " I7L'r1wm I nxvcrxllx R' I XX'fxm.mX l,uup1L1c, bxxnmmumg Imam. Buxnnwx Nd!! I nn- 3 Q Y I FV. I vcrsltx' Ncxx X, fXIumn1urx. II XX'-:nun N l,ua1.:uL, Xllllnxwnrxx 'I I 'mL' PR X'L"'L I IU ' X4 ' - 5wlr'nmrm1 l'c.1m. Iiuxnncxx Sl,nI'i L'nxxurx1ly Now, fXIuNlL'.1I I ' CorhLw.IX'. Ifroh Iluxntcrx Ill XX'ul11z1nF I,cagL1c, fXIL1n1l11crN, , . , . , , , . gli' I bwlmmlnp, 'Iuam. Niuxlcal Cmncklv, Ifruh Punrncrs. H1111 I"I"'RI'xI'I' "I'I"X' I"II"HN'I I1 I'LIl"IH"'II' II' I Club. ,Ium4+r Slww. burma Xiunuplcr I'l1lX'L'I'N1lX Now. I'V""i'ff"XX'1IIILlI1 NIMH-I. l.LwgLrI.m1. l 'Im- IX'. XX'un1:mR Ixaguu. IXILIINITXCIW, Sxxxmnung Iuxm, fXluNlL.xI I fj,....p tiluly Hvxlunk I wul- II K ..-up Klub' Bmunc Hji Civmcdv fiUIT1Y'DlllCLI, Ifruh Pmnlnl'-, Bird VIUIX Sgrvlgc Vlxll. lll fprmp f,IuIy I:,,f3L1m- 1 xxllx IX' KI..-up 4 lub' I.Q", ij X-Ianagcr L'r11vcrx1rv Nuxxx, XXX-nmnk X'1gll.1mc fmumvxmurluu. 151-.lum 1 lul, X f .I-up VIUIN. limum 1 ,Nix 4' Ircaxurux Pam Ilullgnxc, Sludumx Vlulw linmlurgmlux Imm- ' mg Schfwl l,l'f.I,X J I3I.l'fXIli, .Vx la, KA I I I 'I 1 K Y I H In nv BIKQLQDIKN ls Ilughwllxgh Sdn--HI - - A - rx mr - - I . 'II"'L'X I R 'ISL A " "X ' A-XA I X' XX' Cf ,X. XX'wm.mY I,L.ngLu.. K-ILL K IUIW, .-'XNp1mnlN. xx alnut IIIIIX I hgh ' "hI"'I XnTgLIQXLIHIUNXi4vI11l'HlllL'L'. II X' XX I X XX'-n11.1nKI.u.ngL1u. x 'I I Nlummurx, X' XX' fi. X, XX'-1m.mk Lwuuu P11-I,Ig.1I lfluuiilulx.XNp1r.mu.fl:-nwvwmnzuuKJLLL khum-X, X' XX' fl .VX WV, Club II .Xxmruntx I-Julwtu I luli 'Xlummurx X'. XX 1. .X, fi-u1Iul'urkL l7LIgg.1Iu III X' XX' I X. X'lcc-Prcwdrrwl I XX'-wmanl I,czxp.:uw.'. UIUC Club. III X' XX', C .X Iljlwlncl K-lu' Cflulw, 'lun'-Ir .XIIx'wrl', ,Iumfw Shmx. XX4nn.1nk LUJKUL- ." Ixlunurnurx. XX'-vmJnX Lcaguv. Iklwzltu Club, IX", 'I rumurur XX'-fm.mR Xthlulu .'XW,Lx.1u-In, X' XX'. I .IX Uulumw, IX' I- Dcbalc Club, X' XX", fi .-X Cfalmwcl. I,1lL!'dI'X' NICICIX. Xium- X XX' Cf .X , XX'4n1x.m'N I.cl1p1L1c. XX'1-m.m'X .'XlI1IcIlr. Awuclzl " mum rum. fwmul.-gx'KfIx1Iw X' XX' 4' .X f .ahnmx 'Jw pl xl .-.-, -, -,'- -V . -- .-f--f- -- - 4.14. ,f n"l,'5--.l. r .. I1--..,,:, ., 4-Ai ny ,-g ' a "'.." ' 1, X, '. 236' ?F'.,mg ..' - I . wx rg.. ,I tr- , ,.'.x, Y, '. ..,.-X. ...H 'Hx ,...s,,r5.fiiHee-if-,-,... - 1- - Iuuggc Une I Iundrud Suvcnly-tI1rC': s' .faii.?-.'f2,7ifQEI3HiiH1I42i.?.a."'7-.frm '-'S' I H If-fia lafg H 4- 1 - I I . TQ' lf' .il 5, li: ? 4 r 1 I-I .- ,us ' L ' en- ' I A ? G s l I lim : YI I ' f 5 es I :- 1: P I l gli? l -FQ . Ji . , li: 1' '. :fb ry! . cs J It HAROLD H BOHLIXIXN. D D. S. WI. A. BOWEN. M. D. V , - i ," 'AI f L z .. . . . ,IOSEPH WALKER BOWEN. Com. E.: BGII, AEII. rf DOROIIH BOLSILR. Diploma In Nursing. AAII, H A . N . V. . 3 Y 4. , ume Fogg High School. Nashx ille. Tennessee. .fi i- Dayton High School. Dayton. lxentucky. H C Y H I, 1 Unixersity ol Tennessee. - 3 S anal Il. Football, Co-op Club. Braune Civilsg III. Football. ilrlfz Co-op Commerce Club, Baseball, IV Football. Baseball, 1"-'I LESTER LOL'lS BOSCH, E 3 IIKN. Co-op Commerce Club: V. Football, Commerce Club. Pleasant Ridge High Shool. Withrow High School. ' I A l. E E.. Co-op Club1 II, A. I. E, E, Covop Clubl Y Y s Y V heir! IH- Al IV E' EN CD-UP Club IV. Ak Il E E. CO-op Club. THOQQQE DLDLLX BOX D. Nl. E.: BSU. Scabbard and gif: ll V. A I. li Ii., Cofop Club. Newman Club. xqaldcn High Schkmlh Nlalden' 54355, 1 W..- , I I. A. S. M. E, Co-op Club1Il.A S IN1 E . Co-op Clubi K III. A, S lvl E , Co-op Club. Swimming. IV. A. S, IX4. E., ' 'li'-L ' - - s - - I A I- s . I - Co-0 Club Swimmin Fresh Painters V. A. S INT. E. -' .' I CLORCE. IIILNRX BRADNLR. C . E.. . . . I l P - 55- - - 1 vv , V .. t .. Om A XA Ak P Co-op Club, Fresh Painters, Swimming. J ,eE'+ .....Lltx, C. 5 klluel X Ashland High School. Ashland, Kentucky. - i I. Boxing. ll Student Council. Asst Nlgr. Bookstore, . in , I . H .. . .- l Chairman Contest Day. Ill Student Council. Vigilance BRADH ' B' S ' KA 6' xhbllc U' C" Committee Council of Six, ,lunior Prom Committee. Foot- ll mv' 'gl A OO ' A I -4 'j hall. Baalqgflg-all, Track, Xlanager Bookstore. IV Varsity I University Ncws..Creek Games Committee. Cincinnatian. All Ji Football. Basketball. Baseball. Track, Chairman junior Prom. lxlummeri xvffman 5 League, xi- AV' C A - Class Swlmmmg A 5 ij-:ii pmghjcm 3,,Ok,mm pward Of C,-,nu-or V prcgdem Senior Manager. Class Baseball Captain.. Basketball. Traclfg 5' ',':fQ. Class, Student Council Executive Board, Chairman Election ll UUIVCVSIIB' NCWSV Cmclnnaflan SIBH- lVlUmm9l'5- xvoman 5 ,is 'it7l,l l Committee. Bookstore Board of Control. Varsity Football. Lfaauv- Greek Gamei Chalrman AIl"lCUC5- Athletic CO'-ln' TT I Basketball, Track. Calendar Committee. Vice-President Cllv S0DhOmOfC Carnival Committee- All-lmnal Day Com- 6 L J l "C" Club- mittee. Basketball, Class Baseball Manager. Class Swimming N 'fr ll lvlanager. Track, III Vigilance Committee. junior Advisor, I I junior Show. Secretary XV. A. A . XVoman's League Cabinet. . , . , , V , Y. W. C. A., Rifle Club Secretary. Alumnal Day Committee. li -ljllvllig ll OOD BRADNILR' -lli ' C" ll ' 'xxx University News. Cincinnattan Staff. Chairman Hospitality . TF ' fkhlanll Hlflh Schmfl- Aahland' lX'3"'IUCl43'- Tri'State Tournament. W. A, A Representative U. A. A. F. r fl' N X , It Av 5 M, E Q Y M Q, A 1 IIA A 5 N17 E A Y My C. All gonicrenge, Mummgrs.Sxx'ig1minig'Igc26mCBasketbalI Sosuaglf. .,,1. tsoxmg Team. iii. fx, s xi. E.. Y. to C. .xg iv. Boxing 0?'fY fiPIfa"j- ance 'Smal '. "'C'n"al'a" fa s f I l Team. Frcsh Painters. Braune Civils, Y. lvl. C, A.1 V. Sec y and lreaf Dance Club xvoman S League' Y' W' C' 9 I I President of Cofop Club. Student Council. Braunc Civils, t-I-Sgxinmmg' lvlummers' Basketball Squad' ' Fresh Painters. Y. Nl. C, A Cabinet. I ' C I f I I , SANI A. BRATTEN. lvl. E .1 o HOWARD XY. BR.fXD'l'ML'ELLER. A. B . B. IE Q Woodward High School. P Q- , I. Chemists' Club' II Chemists' Club. Spanish Club. Y. IXI, REVEREND FRANCIS .l- BREDESTEGEV B- 5- I ' I' C. A1 ill Chemists' Club. Spanish Club, Y. M. C. A.. Sr- Xavier High School. 5, s ' , IV. Student Assistant in Education. Spanish Club. Pont. Univcrsitas de Propaganda Ficle, Rome, Italy 5 'Mgr l I gf . r " , -I ' . Y I I .I - - . H I . '5 . . ' -.nhl 1 i ,v 'gri m I ,, .,-a.. 'vt A .WN , mt, L I . . . .. I ' . ,,. , ' ' ' Page One Hundred Seventy-four rfn' , l . .. ,A , . ,.- , .. ff-K -gg---fr ,-N- ::v:r':J.- 5- ,. -- .'-Vg-9 J: Y ffl- 'YA . ---.- X ..- -.mm ---p..-v-rv-1 . . 'v.1-'gf .- ,'f1'v . Q ff . ff--1 If I. I - 'fm , -. ffw.. M I Im . I. I. - , . ' '.I. .,...Li I IX..2..I"+E..If:iIIJEf,-Sf,L.'S-.L 4i..:: If 'ing -T. 'gl-ri1i,1.visg..'. JIS.: I I II". . I 5 ' , I I-W7 4---- --,-A M---I -A bb -bb I 1. L. i 4 n Icjfz 1 I N . LI, . I I HEI 1 W 0 IIB? gl Jn at I 1 5 5 ' J' , . img I I 'ig n I N ' :F-it 'IEE "WI I ' s If-'3-II 9, :Qu . -' 'I rf--I .JSM :IX I IULIII 'ff I Iv.. I 1 'Rl ,. .1 :ll v LA 1 V f,,-.1 O I -I4 I mi! ' 1 I I ' .I Q' muff if 7' o A,--D M, , f'-'D f H I. :..'1 , I ' HIiRI5IiR'I' C. BRIXKTXIAN. C If . I.Xll. RICH.-XRD .'XbII7aRX,I5If IBRUXYN, XI. 5 Ch, Ii . fbK. AXE A . xx'.-...jmfd Hlgh Xhwyl. IInICllyI'I1gh Sclw-,4ll,UxlC'1ry.I'.1 HEL., lil I, Braunc Cwnla C+.-up Club. II. Bmunc I uvulw. K1-'Up If Clue Club, Y. NI. C .-X . C-Php Club Vlwmncul IQng1nucr'Q s Cluhg III. Braum' Cxvxlx. Cu-up Club IX' Bmunu fkwll, Club. II C.-,up Club, C'hcnnL.nl-TXlctallurglcal Club. X'. NI. ,Ii , Comp Club. X' p,mu,w fjlwlx' CWOP gjlup, C. .X . III if.,-up Club. Ncxxn1.1n Club. Chenwlcul-Nlctab E 1. , lurgxcul Club, IX'. Cu-up Club. Nuxxnmn Club, XIIXCYIXICLII- 11,2 lxlulullurgiuul Club. SXXIYXIIXIIIXQ, X" Cn-up Club, Ncxvrnan life-'II I Club,lQIccClub,Chcl111Lal-XIulullurgllull Club. Y XI C, QX. Igfilf -L j0SI2PH ,I. HRUDERICK. ID. D. S . Ellffb 5XXI"Imm3- I I-Iolmcx High Schrml, I I NIILDRIZD ClIRDIil.I, I1.RX',XN'I'. .X B, I, , , 3 --1 Q-' XX nlnut IIIIIXIIILLI1 Suhnlll. 'I ' I ' 1, " I .-X. I:Il."XNCIfS BRUXYN. .-X. I3 , .X FA I Q K -Y V F' I 'Icchmcal Hugh Sch-ml. Indlanapulnx. Iml IXI.-XRX LOL lblz BLICIx. .IX B . KA, NIVSIIII II. ,QI-'x ' I v , , , I Iughcx I Ilgh Sdww-I. XX y-umm: I hgh bchu-II. ,I ., X4 , I. I FIIVCFQIIX New S, Cru-I4 Camo, II .Ibpxranlx I nun-rwu , . . . . 1' ' J ' rl , YV VK C Mk C, X , W C, X W I , I I I II I Iiulcgutc to X, XX C. ,X Lunlurcmc. IndLmn.1l Cun- I I .I wr I . UNK. Cru V 1an1v.-X, X .Y ..R.' .. NIIIIIJIIX -MIB'-Il: It Iurunu- X'. XV, C .-X, XX'on1an'x Lsaguu, Skutchlnp, Club, algal I A'iI"m'H5' L n'X'Cr5'U' Nw S- C'ICC Club- X' xx C' -X f L'n1x'crx1ty Nun N, .Xxpu11l1tS. Grccli Garnet Il XVoman'K M' 'I r ' XX'uman'i I.caguc1 IX'. Afpnmntf. Vnlvcrxlny Nux X. Ulu Iraguf, Axplmnfi, ,-Xwlglgrg Nlumbcr Xhrxxry .fXrL Club. g",I-Iill X1 Club, y- W C -,XM XX'1,manR Lgaguc, Vrcmh Club, SLBLIILIIIX Cmmmllcc. Y XX' C. .-'X Iralmms, Cuuncll, Alumnul PM Il Dm' Cummlrtcu. Scgruldrx XX'uman's Dublin: Club. Y, XX'. C .IX Cubmct. III Studunt .'Xxx1xt.1r1r m Pwyclwul-J,f1y.X' W C ,ri 5 .X Cfllmmct.,Iunx-lr.fXdx'1:-rr. X'ucu-I'rcs1LIcnl XX'umank Debalc M2 V ' I ELLA IXI.fXR'I'II.'X P:l'RI3.XNIi, .'X. B, Club. Sucrulmy XX'm1mnN Pun Ilcllunlc .-Xrxocmtnln. .Xspuf 5.155 .J I Huuhcxulgh 5ch,,,',lV bang, XXQ .'X, Iiilcgmc Y. QV, Cluuvfnlll-n. Chalrmfm Effglllll ,V , i , , - , ,, ,V , 'Nu cnt 'U untucr , uvcrncywt. 'nl118I'I'N icaguk-h ,-Xgxuclallc I ' ' I' II'Imf1f1yIff+15l'U- I xx ' VA ' H' 5I'k"I'fh I-'MIN xxfmmn N Xlcmbur Xlxrxlu' .-Xrt Klub, Srudunt I5rlcnd5Iup Ifund Com- I Lfillluf, X. XX, L .'X.. L8 CFIIICIUC. NILNC Club. III 5PUII'XII mlttcu. Student X'oluntucr Club. Lucmry Suclcly, ,Iunwr r Club, XVr1n1an's League. Y. XX'. C, .'X, La Cnlnquc, Nluvu Sh-ww. IV Prwldunt X' XX'. C .IX , I.1lur:.1rvSuc1cty, XX'-Jmank f'5.gI'1 Clubg IV. XX'rlman'Q I.L-agua, Y. XX'. C, .X , Spumxh Club League. XX'. .IX .'X,. Srudcm Xl-luntusr Club, A. .IX L5 XX'. ,,' Schulurxlup. bludcnl .Xw'l Pxyulx--I-ray. 3- ,pf l , . . . . . . , , IP' ' 3 CHARLES 'Il l'SXX'1IR'IH BL"I"I'0N. Ii If . I X. 'I'lHl, IIII-IIN RL TIll1RI'ORD f..XIxIPlSl1I.l..4, I'. 1 1 X. :gig , l H KN. XX'cstticld Hugh School. Nun X'-,rl-. 5715. A , , I r I , I P4-Iytcchnlz: Hugh Schfnll, Rlvcrxulc, Calllurmd I, Clpup Club, Braunq Cwlli, Y. IXI C. .IX , II Cu-up Club, 'i:y'II I , Il, mee Club. Ill .-Xsqxtant Trcaqurur .X I Ii. li. IX BwUnvf'31vIIN.X'gXIlfi -'X.f7"-"ljEI12If1fff. III Sfcrgqavw- 17,4 um Club. 'rfwum .X 1 lf 1-i . x- fs...,k swf B1-ard ..r Tffasufff 9""'II .:'UI- BWIII UNIX- fN'kfd,n1 IMIIIW LIVE C I Chuxrman X1 uc C mmlltc' Y 'XI C X 'xianugcr N X1 C' A Hand'-"""x' lx' CMYHP L'u'I' Braunc Ill' 'I 'umru ' ' ' K ' U 'U L' ' ' Clvlli. Y. IXI C .X , X" Cu-up Club. Bruunc Clvlb. Y X1 C. IX , Studcm Council. Pan Dclcpgarc I I WIOHN COLIN C.-XNIPBIQLL. Rl S E lf , HKN XIARCARET C.IXfx1PBIil.l., B 5. KA. 9 R XVaInuI I-IlII5I'I1gh Schunl. I Iurtwcll Hugh School. I L3 I Comp Club. A I. Ii Ii . II Cu-up Club, .-X I IZ E , Ill, , 5. a 5 Co-mp Club. .-X, I Ii, li . IX' Cu-up Club. :X I li li . X' Cu- R.'XI.,PII II C.-XSS, IXI. D, -'PX ' op Club. A I. Il I-I Cvalum Illgh Schuul, Cvalmn, Uhr., , list ' L '- I IW 'KI vm f M V i i V I r -.13- .gu V , X- , - E "- "" ,- -- -+4 W . I -W-. 4 in Q I t I If I. .,- ' I f 'rl I a w s- Vt'-'I wth , .' Q II: 5' ' fu f h 1 if LJ a Vg tx if , . ri-, , ,- ,,. . V , , , , . A-, , ,I Pagc One Hundrcd Seventy-GW: MCMICKEN HALL I V. .fY:r:3",,'? 153'g4fffs""i'LTa"jf" gg'g3'ft1.ifrj:5f""ji1z'uf .i"1g:"'f. :1"'1g"Q4 .f ' 1 . vu, ., , , 1 A I -.- 5i:3hg,e.?, 'asf-ef i:I.Bao...4-.s,.ffiaf " " I ' - I ' ' 5 .ir .VJ - I 5 I-fm - , ti Q A A A W A a-a----f---+Ah--- so 1 I J?" 1 ' ' ll 9? l - ' I. N ' t ' i nl. ll ' tt? gfwfv. 9 f, I 'fn , I ro, I-'C I3 J fi. 1' LLOYD PALYXIIIR CAVETT, Com E.1'I'nangle. MARY B. CLARK. B. S. i XXIYUYHIDH High School. Wyorning. Ohio. The fvlount School, York. England. I. Cofop Club. A I. E E.1 ll Cofop Club. Commerce Club, III. Out of Town Girls' Club. IV. Out of Town Girls' Club. III. Co-op Club. Commerce Clubg IV, Co-op Club. Com- 'IQI merce Club. V. Co-op Club, Commerce Club, Treasurer Senior Class. XYILLIATXI ARTHUR CLARK, Com,E.1 AT Q, AKXP. mi! Lincoln High School, Portland, Oregon. Reed College. Q-:Ii I. Football. Basketball, Baseball, Frosh Tca Dance Com- Y", ITHIICC, Commerce Club, Co-op Clubg II. Basketball. Base- . GER.-XLDINE THEAL CHAPINIAXI, A B. ball, Secretary of Commerce Club, Co-op Club. III. Basket- in Woodward High School. ball, Boxing. Commerce Club, C0-op Club, IV. Boxing. if I' woman-X Iwcaguc' yr W C A. II- Woman-5 Lmguu' Co-op Club, Commerce Club. Engineering Tribunal: V. 'Su Y, XV. C A., Blue Hydra. III, Vk'oman's League, Blue Hydra: CWOP Club- Commerce Club- Boxing- 1 I lifreneh Clulwi IV. Wi-man's League. Blue Hydra. , I " ..' CHARLES JOHN CLALTSS, Com. E 1 AKNP. BFE. XYithrow High School. I X Y Y 1 A. 1. E E.. C0-Op Club. ii. Ai E. E., Co-op Club, Y. M. 'VT T ELI1ABE,TlrI QLAXYLER CLARK, B S. IXI, D QAEI. A HA C- A1 IHA Commerce Club' Cohop Clubv Y- Ng- C' AA: HUHIICS lhgh RCIWOI- IV. Secretary Commerce Club, Co-op Clubg V. Commerce Club. Co-op Club. Pj' IF' TABITHA PARK COBB, A B.. IXI A. CECIL R. COLLINS. D. D S.: HPSZ. Trestle Board. I Hughes High School. Western College. Oxford, Ohio. Kewanna High School. Kewanna. Indiana. . , , CJ .. TXIELYILLE GEORGE COLLINS. C. E 1 Fcllowcraft, I A WAYNE TETVIPLE COBB, C If , Triangle. Rome Free Academy, Rome. New York. ' Z' -' 3 Cmllnglmn H'gll SCl'lO"l I. Braune Civils. Co-op Club: II, Treasurer Braune Civils, . fi' -I I I. Co-op Club, Band. Braun-J Civuls. Il, Co-op Club, Y XI. Co-op Club, Nlasonic Club. III. A. S. C. E . Co-op Club, v IIE ' l C A , Braune Civils. Band. III. Co-op Club. Y NI. C. A . Nlasonic Club. IV. A. S. C. E , Co-op Club. ixflasonic Club: I I Braune Civilsp IV. Co-op Club. Y. IXI C. A , Braune Civils. V. A. S. C. E . Co-op Club, Nlasonic Club, Student Assistant - Ifg V Comp Club. Braunc Civils Hobby Hour. j Lvl. 1 I-ll I . io, V 9 , ll. . S 5 - i RUTH FAY CONE, Diploma in Nursing. ' I P LEA ALFRED CUBB5. A1 D b AT SZ. ,px Hamilton High School. Hamilton. Ohio. P 5' I Damascus I ligh School. IXIL Union College. Ill. Y. W. C. A . lxlelody Club. 5 l iff 'i ' -. 4 gl .. . .- .... .. .. .---..-....L.. . Cl I 0 I lm 1 l if all I X ' " .T fm., T. - . Eu., , ,..,. f -W-PT., .,,.,.. ,, . ,, - . , . , , . , ' . 5 tal 'Y lfffiffff 'ff we. ' , it V- sf I , -Ip .1 I, 4. ., -rx ,L--, y 5.11 LM .-I! , rf. .H I' Y I Im 4 . ' 1 I .nv , V xt - .Al 1 lla-Sillf-fllilihii,-,Ile itfwf 1a',gf'f?,jl'.'lfs- QLPLK ffl if ,.- . A 'I 1 A ffl w3fg.5 fi fl I -- we .Ei-I N2 1 'I .A x vw ' V1 ' '. f3h-10 . ' ' . . 3 ' --' " i.Q...a-Mes.. am -. Writ'-if. I ' -"- f V il. . I' I . - Page One Hundred Seventy-six ' ! Ig!g"I" -I - f"'l1'- I' A" .,,.':,v,,,. -,. I .A--I., I' ,, . ,..L I-. . -9-fw:.I-I., . ,I..,.I1 . ..I I I. .-.IL -- 'IAQ I.'4 I U I 'iid I-lf? I ,QI Ifji' tr I IJI I,- Em., I I Ig I If,"'r I pr, IS 1: I ,V I I' 1 Fi I,:,'I K' CI! J ' Iv' . I ' -.I I I . In 5 , Iv . 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Braunc Civils Committee. II. Baseball. Co-up Club. Braune Clvilsg Ill. Basel?-all Cn-op Clulf. Braurn: C1X'1l:1 IX'. Co-op Club. Braune Civik 'XT' X' Cu-up Club. Braune Civilx, 1 ll DUN I", DliIi'I'liR. B S . Xl. D1 NSN. ,Lil li'Tl1j"L:"Ll'lf:' fC':lf"llglJliaiNE3"f 2:"iO""1 Xixm' .fXl.l-IlN DILLQN. xi. D. .im I I I FL-A L lL 'ul' I H-A S lk ul' llairmnunt .Xcai.lemy, Fairmount. Indiana. liarlham Cnllege. QE' . if IIXROLD DIXE :X B la: GERJXRD DILLC-ROSSIX. Xl. ll. ' 5 . XX'-ioelward Hwh Mhoul. Nclllmrl lllgll Sflml I. .-X. S XXI. IL 3 ll. A. S M123 IIl..X SX1. E.. lX'. .fX, S. 14 M. Il.. X'. .'X. S. IXI. R. O, T. C. Cadet Stall. I ci.-xiziziu ELLEN Doasuy D.p1.,m.1 .D xuf...1 Hamilton High School. Humilmn Ohm I I Ill. fX1cIodyCIub : E REITZA DINII. A. B. , i Walnut Hllls High Sclwul. ' MARY C.-XTHERINIQ DOURSON. .X B . B li.: KAII. . I lughes High Schmul. II Thcmms Honorary Scholarship. Ill. Xlchlielxen Hunorary 0 I. . -EARLE FEARNLEY DODDS. C, Ii 1 TBll. Scholarship. Blue Hydra. XX'oman's Lenguei IV. Blue Hydra. I Wuodxxard High School. XX'nn1an'S League, Senior .Xsslxtant Bolariy. hluaic Club. F: ll I, Braunc Civlls. Track, II. Braune Civlls. Cross Country, 'F fijii 'l Truck. Ill. Braune Civils. Cross Coumry. IX Bmune l,, Civils. Crmx Country: X'. Braunc Civils. ' . I , 1 f 1- I Cl'l.XRLliS G.XX'ON DUFFY. jr., Cum. ll , Inbll. Ill' .Xppalachia High School. :XPPdlZlCl'lld. Virginia. 1. A. 1. ii. E.. Co-op Clulwg ii. X. I. 13. 15.. ciwp Clulnl ,' E ifsg 5 , , n A Ill. Commerce Club, Co-op Club: IX'. Commerce Club. i FY.. lXllRl"xlXl Dol-IERTN ' Dmloma ln Nurmng' Cn-up Cluh. Glce Club. .Il-ll'1I0l' Prom Conmiiltccg V. Com- W-Eduard Hlgh School' mcrec Club. Cu-op Clulw. Treasurer Cleo Club. X'icc Prcsi- 9 5 lX'. X'lce-Prebidenr Senior Class. Klelody Club. .lem Inter-Local Fl'alcrnilx Cuuncil. G K :IG ug W C .uw li., . l Q.. fl . , Ng. 2 ' if-'2"ff'?Q?f'f VF W-i f --A I . X1 J X 1 -fm ai: 3+ ff Wllffw' 1: ff I 'fr XJ -A . H X i.li.k4Q.s ' ' ' . ue? - . .. 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Delegate ' I Ji Team. xluniur Curnt-r Senior H0p.Scerctary ul' History Clulwi In Natitwnal Convention nf Y. XX' C A . President of Out- I ' lX', Secretary nl' Seniur Class. Rifle Team. CIIFCLJIRIIHD ul'-'I'mx'n Girls' Cluh. juniur Advisor. Treasurer of XVoman'S 1 , fxlgr UI'Lll1IX'L'1'sllX'IYuXXs.VICC-ljrcsltlcnl0I'lllshiI'X'ClulX Dchate Cluh. Varsity fXrt Club. Delegate In Student Q, Y, XX' C .-X Calvinet, Freshmen Cnmniussinn. XX'wman's Xkvlunteer Convention. IX" Y, XX' C A Cali1lnet.XVuman's Ill! X'igilzintt Kfnnimitlec XX'Hmiin's League. "C" Rifle Ituim League. Literary Society. Out-of-Town Girls' Cluh, Varsity X .Xrt Cluh. Fclluxx ship fur Christian Sncial Order, I . 4 . I ,jf '4"L'5'1 Ml full "'lI"lI'I ' B 5' UQ' XX'II.I.ARD istmsux' tfEssENDEx.is.S,s1 D. ami. , ' lltighus High bclmul. N:N.Ulcx1"C" - 4.0, I XX'unian's League. Y XX', C A. II XX'iIman's League. Xlutlisunville High Sel1urml.UhitmState University I Y, XX'. C ,'X , lll XX'i-imivfs League. Y XX', C AX . Secretary I, Intra-Ixlural .IXssociativn, .-Xss't Ivlgr, Baseball. Chairman ' f,,jf --I fXluslct1lClul'X, IX' XX'-mman's l.tagt1t-. Y, XX' C, .X , fxlusical Freshman Hop, Frgshman Basglwallg ll. Student Council. ' ' Cfluh -Xss't IXfIgr Ifontlwall, Varsity Baseball UC." Chairman H Suphunwre Ili-p. lll fxlgr I7untl1aII.iX'arsity Baseball 'fi 'A r RHNU KIRHY VARRINUTUN. :XL Dl thx- X. Xarsity Baseball C., X ll. .Xthlctic Ctiuncil, XX't'11x't'r C-illegt. XX't'ax'cl'X'1lle. N C. Irinity Cullcgvt. N. C. , L nlversllx' ul Nllrth Car-:Inna RLI5Slil.l, R. IfIiY. QX. B. ' ' XX't-ntlward 1 hgh sciwi. L YI I XX.XLl'IjI-1 If Xl ITII-QIIXI XX, XI Ii . . . . ,. I-L ' Q LIUNLL l'INlxlzL5 I LIN. .-X, B I Pj' I lught-s I liuh Sehiml . C V N I 1 . W X . K , Lwltlslmrtr High behrmnl. Lmldslst-rt.. X L. I J I ,IX 5 N1 lp. C,n...pf,Iuh. II :X 5 Nl I4 6,11-up L.luI-wg I ' lll. .-X 5. Xl. Ii . Cu-up Club. IX' .X 5 XI Ii . Ci--up Club. ,Y I X' -'X 5 Xl If . cx"'I'P VIUIN If ,IIQXN ITl..fXN.1XC."XN, .fX. BQ ANSI, . ' Glenville High Schoifl,CI13vCIant.I.Ohm. " I Y, XX'. C A. XX'tvman's League. N1ummers. Ruptirter , I :Xiu Iil.II.-Xlili ru ifixm,x'1i:R..x is Q az. I'f"""t'fY NWN U'E"t Gamill I'-l'l'- C' A' lX"'mfm'b ' Unmmrxt Cvllcwmc School. I.eague.', IX1ummers. Clce Club. Creek Camcsg Ill. Y, W, C. v V N X. XXuman s League. ,lunmr Advisor. IXIgr, junior Basket- ' I. I nlversitx' Nui s. Xlummers. ljrc-Legal Clulw. II Delwatt' hall pun Hullcmc Dclcgatc Ixiummcrs GMC Club RMC ' leum. Presitlent XVnman's Dchate Cluh. XZICU-l3IiCNIk,lCI'Il ni' Clufm Bag and Hammer. Vhinlm. Showlkv' YA we A-Q I - '- lfll'-I-e1,5aI Clulwg VIII klumnr. .'XdX'isur. XXuman Dclwatt' xx-mnan-X I-Caguc. GMC Club, RMC Club' Niummersq vim- . lwln' 5k""Cl""I"l"uN'r9r Ol PrC'l"Jllal Club' lmakumr lance Committee Bug and lrlamrncr Club, Pan Hellurric I Q ' Y. XX' C IX. Si-eiulugy Clulw. Inter-Racial Clulw. I5eIepJ,atc Dclcnaw I tn Student Xhluntccr Cunlercnuc. Xlchlickun Schulurshlp H I I 5' IX' Pl't'sitIt'nt III' XXX-man's Debate CIUIW. President nl' Pre- K I ' l.t-gal Clulw. Y XX' C .IX . St-citfli-gy Cluh. XX'-Irlti Iklltwxxsliip ,IIIHN Pl IILIP I'Ul..-XND. XI D. KPPE, D I !.n'CI1ristszin Siieial Ureler. Dewitt Cllntrwrixl liiqh Srlwul. New Yurlq City. Columbia Cul. , cge. cw nrt , V vrqv Y Y III, Assistant in Bacteriol-wgy. College of IXIctIlcine1 lX', As- 5 Illxxll- I'INl'-- AX P' - B I- sistant in Bactcriulogy. Cullegc of Ivlcdieinc. Alumor lntcrne: U XX'm-tlxx artl I huh Sclw-Il. ,Iexxish Hospital, I G I -C.-. ---f--Y-t.,1.---.ii..,.1.,YY 5 X S , C- . . H..-J, . 1 Q, V H rs AX . I ,,' .1, fr. LIL -4 itpamhgfjf faux , aff.: V. .. QU g ' -' , ,fl ',,, . '-9 ' "iff I qs ' -4' an . 3 I 'X I . , I I . I fi' SX wwe I' " I 17517 ' - V . I I ' . . ' - ' H I ' I ' 4. I I A C. -. . 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IIKN, 'l'Hll Palm Bunch Hugh Sdwl-l, Wwl Palm Bulaclw, lflr-rldlx 1 1 ci.,,.,p cillnw, x I li li, ll ci...,.pc11uh, x I 1-, 1- , ig?M'1R."R-Wblllb H4 W- N V' lll c,:.,f..,wlinUlw, .x l I-Q li, lx' u.7..pctnul1,lx I li li. ""L'M'k'H'H'1 5C"""' 'IVcaNul'cr, X' lll-up Club, -X l li li 'l'rcuxL1Vcv'. I P"'4'IfUl-Cdl INIUIY Il IIHIWIYIII. l'Y'L'l ru-il Vlub Xlumuuu Ill Bklwbnll lX liaxclmll. K,1I1l5RlQL ,x IfHX.L1h li , Ax: XRHILR ,1mlivrilfRxl:,D lu 5, 1111, :ww 1' " 5' XHVICV High SCIWHIA N X.Jx'1crIl1gl1 Sch-,UI I Cn-up CtILJIW,Cil'1CIT1 K Nlct Club, ll Cu-up Lflub, Lflwm I f7,,,,lh,11l Tram "ff," ll If.,..llw,,ll Iulm 'K ' lll lf.-4-nlwdll A'fXlct Club,lll,Cu-upClulN,C'l1uru x5."XIcl Club, IVY flu-up 'lcam "fi " lx' Ifmyrhull 'lulm --Cl" Nudcm cimimmli Club, fflwcm -3' Nlcl filulw, X' lll-up flub, ffbcm 5' lXlct ,Iummf pmm I-,,mImlu.k.' X' xrhlum fXHum.'I 1 lub l-'RED KIL5I.l1ll L,XRX'I1Y,lxl I5, K'l' X U IL-Nl Iam ,N 1,-Rlilnl-MSS. X B .Xppdlaclwlun 'llulnlnu Sclu.-ul,l3mn1u,N V XIXRIIQ Lllilb, I5 5 DIQLYXIUI-lli W QSAI-fl':, CQUI11, ll. Wnrhrow Hugh School. l. Cofrup Club, Commcrcc Club, Liluu iflub, ll LIU-op Club, Y V ff-umrncrcc Club, Glee Club, lll Cu-up Club, Commcrcg I?" lllmlfli L'I'XI-DIINI AI If fqlub, Glas Club, IY. Cn-up Club, Cummcrcc Club, Glu-c bayrc H'-gh 5fIl""I- MIWH5- P5 Vlub, Y. Co-np Club, Curnmcrcc Cwlub, Llluc Club l A S Xl If , l3an..l,Urchcstm, ilu-1-pLIlub, ll .X 5 fXl li. Sucrctdry ut' Band, Orchestra, CU-up Club, lll A 5 Rl IL , Urchcwtra, ffl'-up Cilub, Band. IX' A S FXI lf, 'Xfcwnmn Club, Cu-up Club,Cadet0fficcrCfilul1,BanJ,Y, A S IXI IZ Newman Club, Cnvnp Club, Cfadut llmcurx' Vlulw, fxlenwl'-uri Ixl W. CARFIELD, Ceruhcale nn General Busmcw. l-f fiadul Stall, Hand Page One Hundred Eighty-one l V . . - P- get - f- I--' wv . -I iffv ff 'e','r'r' fm 1-cv 7 j-'wg 'gr,."'1lj . '- 1 , . I ' :I ariii- ....g:g, 45.1.5-iff. I I A lu F, I l .--- -- . 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XYuwman': Cn-up IYCKI Alcxandfla I Illlh SCIQIIIUI- IYVSI AI'5VI"'dI'II3- IIIIIII- l F . Club. Y. W. C. A., XYOITIDYTAS Lcagucp IV. NYoman's Lcagucg I gg Y Wiunuuunl Cu-up Clul'-. Y. XY. C. A , NYuuu11an's I.caguu.. I "' , 3:11 Xlllf CUODIXIAN, Ccrlulicatr in Rcal EStzulc. I It 1 A I :-1' . I I ur. ' I I LOUISE KJl.UYS'I'l2lN. B. S. I Y Woodward Hugh Schouul. Ohm Wcxlcyan Linuvcrbuuy. ,I. FOREST GRANER. D. D. 5.1 EX!-Hb. mfg --.i ! f uuu.SiutuQm.utuuu1ci. K. 'ui 5 . uv. Suutucms Cluh C. uc. 'ui S. Hwlmes Hiah Scluofll-C0i'if1sf-W KCUIUCIXFV ui. - if I I ' Fu w Q iv u I I VIESSIE WADE CREGC, .X B. is - J. N. CURRY CURDOX. B S . Yxl. D.: !lTdu. Hughes laugh School- 5 Fir: Cuwungtoru Hugh SCITOUI- ' N I Asp-irantg. Creek Cvamcs. University News. Y. XV, C. A., w 5 I' Pffqflcdlf CIUITI- Frcfhmiln If-Tlckl II- PVUIYICC-IIC CIUII- XVoman's Lusaguc. II. Aspirants. Palcuulinguists, Creek 1 0 lIuI:i1A.'l I"1'ilU"" IIVQCI4. I'l1'lWhm3m'l 5Cl1"lf3"5l"ll" Camcs. Sophomore Manager Ficlcl Day, Linivcrsity News. fqcf 'I Y. W. C. A.. Womans Lcagucg Ill. Secretary of Aspirants5 I I Palcolinguists. University News, -Iuniur Advisor, Y. IX. C. ' .X . Womans League: IV. President of Aspirants. Treasurer ' f V 'lilly nf Palcolinguusts, L'ruix'cr:.uty News Stall, Y. XV, C. A.. V, 5 I I Il. GUI IQH. IU. D. S. XYuman's Luaguc. f' zlg, I v I-If I u I I I ELBERT ILLEAZAR GREENBERC. E. II.. EA M. fl, i 'lil IOM.-XS LEON.-XRD CRM IAM C If 1 'luiauuglt-. Woodward High School. gf", Killarney Cfillcguauc Schuuuwl. Killarney. Maniuuuhuu. Cai-uauduu. I- A- I E. E. Coop Club: II. A4 I4 E- En Coop Club. 4 G D I I. Co-up Cluh. A. S Nl Ii 3 II Cu-up Clulw. liraunc Cwuls. Varsity Art Club. III. A. I. E. Co-op Club, Varsity Art Q. E fx! President of Rullc Club. III. Cu-op Cluh. Brauruu Cuvilwg Clubg IV. A. I. E. E., Co-op Club. Varsity Art Club: V. 5 4 ' fu IV. Cui-op Clulw. Braunc Civil: Sccrctary, Y, Cu-up Club, .X. I. Il. E.. C0-op Cluh. 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X li K 1 Hughus Hugh Schurul I-il,-f l .-'upuranlw Sccuwuuuubx . Chcnuuxux' Club Xuuwuux' Xrt Club. Y I QI XX C rX. XX'nuu1anK League. Xlukuc Club, ll .-Xipuranux 'I ljrwuujcnu, Yarxuux :Xru Cxlub. I"u'cnch Club. Ill I,utuu'arX .I 7. bf-cucuv. Xf'zuu'wuuy .-Xru Club. Newnuan Club. Y XX' C .-X . IX' 'Ii I '91 P LIIX' XVIIY Vll X .uucrarv . vcuuux' rcxu cn . arxuuy .u ru .ui . uxunuan .uw S7 bscruuzury. Y XX' C ."X. Ifrmh Pauntcrx J ' FRANK C HIiR'I'S'I'IlIN. Nici IQ . Iruumglu' ,A"", XX'uodward Hugh Schuuul ' I Cn-on Club Chcm -lvlct Club, ll CiuHupClub.ChL'u1u -fXluu 3- j Club. III Cn-up Cluh. Chem ffxlcu Club. Comp Izngunucr 7' l Staff. IV. Cuufuup Club. Chem -fxflcu Club. Sccretarv. Cn--up .lfil u Enguneer Staff. X' Cc--op Club. Chem-fxlct Club I FRANCIS FARNII.-XlXI HEYRUTH. l-3 S . KI D.u1Tdb.Au:.X ln T l Uhuo Mechanics IFXSIIIUKC ' if I II. CNRS Iiaresidert. I?l'1ysn-luugx' Vlub Ill Pl1X'5u-wluugu ' 1 Club. 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IU I3 5.24145 Cm'ur1gn:r1 Hugh Suqlmml CIQCILE XI.XRLi.fXRli I HICKNI.-XN.Duplu:una un Nuu':ung,uX .X II. .Xuruura Hugh Suhuu-l, .Xuruura. Ncbragka ll ,lunmr Curcuw, Clais Day, Y. XX'. C. .X . Ill. L'nuvuu'suuy Num N. 'Yurwx Ifdutur. Y XX'. C .'X. Page One Hundred Iiugluux'-tw: OLD TECH BUILDING ,, I N fi I A.. Qu? . .11-.Rn f vi ,F ...ri I A A' lj,f'.mf 1'-'Km' VIS..-"Q...fT ' N ly ., ' L I lei I I ix' 'ffl' ,i' .. 1 Q . . I 'ra an I HI! I .M -1 I :I I 'T I .. I 1. , I I L I fit. I I 'G . . J :L 1120 IA as I , ft - ii' If I 'AQ ' A I 7 , ,Qi ' .I I FRANK HIER, A. B., I.. L. B.: CMA. -PKK. THA. 1-lgxgsmg 1101-LlID,XY.A-B, . Nnrxxootl I hgh Sclnml. Xnrxxtwml. Ohio fi . Al , Am, , ,y VARI4 MILLER' B4 SA mnmntru KIARTHA RIgBI2CCA IIOLLIDAY. A. B.: AKA. " 'Q Hughes High bchool. , I, Phyllii XX'hcatlcy Literary Club: II. Phyllis XYheatI-gy Q Lilurary Clulw. 1 1 J I R, T. I IIRSCHAI ISR, f'crtiIicatc in .Xccounling 'Hg I I CLEO JEANIIIHIAE HOSBROOK. A. B. ' CARSON HOY. I-. L. B 3 EAU. 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I'ru-ndunl .-1 Spunvlx fllulw I'rL-mln vnulx, x xx' c .x 'ff I 7 f W 'Y YYY' Y Y Y' Y 7 'Y' Q . I ni 9' I . , 3- . -aww'--4 lv.. rf- +1 ' . ' , , XJ mi 7' dx.,iT,-JV .5 I L : A I! ix X 1 "' ' . " ' A f "Elf '...l.l.:Li'fXni?QQ.r'.A:1fc.,LfLQ.4L4.4,...Iu.a:L ,. f.l',..5.2.,i..1.lAL:.:lf1.i.'d.., '- .-ul,-u'f,,Lbu.g,f1,-D. 1-4v4,l:!,, .. Pagc Une Hundred Ifiglhlyscxwn I .4- 4,5 . -' -.f- .- -4 -1-y-V-,fn 1 -1'--an-cy--'--'-r'13:w "P TNQ' ,-el' 'Jeff' 'savv-1' I --v 'I . 5 '-..f,- M-,,1u.-2-I If - .. .. . .ff'.f-f"z"f'Sl5'b-1' . .-,,...-,. A ,.,.. .- . . , ,,,- .,..,-. .. ,,,-..,.e.L.',. .V . ...... M., - ,,. ,. 'ww NIIRLXXI Rl 'III KILXIP. 'X IS Sl Bernard Hugh Schuul I Y XX' C .'X, XX'un1an'i League. Il XX't-mam'- LctluL1e. III. XX'urnanX League. Y. XX' C .X. I-Inxt--rx Club IX XX'm11anK I.uauue. Ill-In-ry Club XLXRQIURIIQ KIZNINJEDY . .X Ii. XX'-vodward Ilxgh Sehunl I XX'oman! League. Y XX' C .X. ll XX'um.m X I.t-auue. Y. XV. C .X . Blue Hydra. Ill XX'umanK League. Y XX' C .X . Blue I'IX's.II'd. .-Xsmelute fXICmber Xlarxtlx ,Xrt Club. IX' Blue Ilydrd, XXX-nmnl I.eague. Y XX C .X CH.XRI.l2S IQIXIXIILI.. D D S XRYXI.-XNID VRXNK IQYOBLXI CH XI S Ch Ii. A'I'.X. AXE. IIAIC. TBII I lujlhux Hugh Sebnt-I. I X IXI l, .'X. Cnaup C.lub. l.I1em1enl I'.nglneelN C.lub Ireaxurcr. Ct--up Iinulneer Stull. II Y IXI C .X. fin-up Club. Chemical Engineer? Club. Ctvfup Ifngmeer Stall Ill. Y IXI C :X , Cu-up Club. Chemxcal Iinulneerx' Club. Ifdllur-In-Cblcl C04-D I5l"lLIIl'1Ct'l'. IX' Y XI C .XX. Cu-up Club, Chemical Ifnulneerx' Club. lidzturfln-Chxuf Cuftlp Ifnglneer. Cl--up Stay.: Crvmmlttee. X' Y N1 C .-X. Cl--up Club, Senlur lnvllatlunx Committee Cb.m'n1un IIILRBILRI IU. IQNUUPQ X1 1. llugbexlhgh Seb-ml I Cuf-lp Club. .-X. 5 XI Il. Nlnll-up Club. ll Xiu-up Club. .-X S IXI Il. IXIIII-up Club. lll Cufup Club. .XX S YXI Ii, Xlxll-up Club. lXf' ffm-up Club. ,X S Ixi If. Y X1 CQ ,X X" CM-up Club. .X 5 XI If. Y X1 lx .X.C.1det Ufllceri Club VIUI-IN XX'II.I.l XXI KR XL SSI-QR. Nl 5 C If IXI-Z Ltwlngton Illgb Sebnnl I Braunc LIIYIIN lrrexhman lJr'1:e. Cu-up Club. Band. ll Ircaxurer Braunc Cwnlx. Cu-up Club. Clee Club. Y. XI C A . Band. Ill Secretary Braune Cxvxls. Clee Club. Y, lvl C. A . IV. Braune Cxvxls. Cu-up Club, Treasurer Glue Club. X' Braune Club. Cn-.wp Club. Preaidcnl Glec Club. Student Council Page Une Hundred Iingbty-eight ,V f -: I A '4 I, -. - I 'AIA R.XI.PH I.. KIRISX . Nl I1 . .XX.X. Scabbard and Blude. Xllumuburg. Ubin. A, I Cu-up Club. .-X S N1 II. Il Cufnp Club. .-X S XI. Ii.: ,III lll. Cu-up Club. 1X 5 Xl. Ii Q IX' Co-up Club. A 5. NI. I1 . beabbard .md Blade. X". Co-up Club. .-X S IXI If. Cadet I 3. Xlaltvr R 0 'I' C . Captain Seabbard and Blade. .Ia I CINXDYS I IiI.U.Xli. .X. BQ -MIK. . . L XX'4.ndxt'ard Htgh Sclwtul. 45471 I XX'oman3 League, Y. XY. C X. ll XX'm11an'f League. Y XV. C .fX.3 III XX'nn1ank League. Y XX' C .fX 1 lX'. XX'wman's 3 fl League. Y XX' C .X .1 I . l. XL R.-X CL.'XRICIi IiNIkiI'I'l'. X li. AKA. XA XX'.mdxx ard Inllgb SCl1urwl. 5 SI" . 15-5 CILXRLICS HENRY KLYIIX. C, Ip .11 XX'uudwat'd Hugh Schntll. " I I Comp Club. Braune Ctvils. ll Cu-np Club. Bruune ClX'lIN. L Ill. Cu-up Club. Braune CIVIIS. Y IXI. C .-X . Cadet Officer! ' Club: IV Co-up Club, Braune Clvlli. Xlawnic Club. Cadet T-gl Ufflcers' Club, Cadet Stallg X' Co-up Club. Braune Civib. Cadet Captain. Cadet Umccr! Club, Cadet Stall. I -I I-R ,X .fi XI.'XBIiL C.-XROLINIL KL XII. .X B.. QM-IK. XX'nthrow High Sehmml. I Y, XX' C .-X . XX'uman's League. II. Y XX' C. ,-X . XX'uman1 -fs, League: Ill. Y XX". C FX.. Paleulinguxitx. Spanlxb Club. IV. Y XY. C .'X.. Spamxh Club Secretary-Treasurer. Class V Baikctball. Claw Baseball. X'. Y XX'. C .X . Baalcetball. N1 . ri C ,I liL'RIZSNl,'XY. Curtnticatc in Accuunting. I 1:11 K I . I 1 ffl 1 I? ll' V4 .- ,M I If - 'F 1 1, '. 'Q a l 'fi Q . ,f 'ive '41 .fc I -A'.Qf.... .Jff , ' :le FJ'-.1y.HJ -V 5. 'Q ,, H :il ' If f 'I , I . I ' I 'IIJI ' I I - . 1. 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Class Vice-President. ig? gtudent Cnungil Executive Board Secretary. junior Show . ,fi nmmittee. .ineinnatian 1 ctivities lzdimr. University PAUL R, LIPFERTY D, D, 5,3 tpfz- ' Ne 'Q Fai: lty Ed t r, L terar, S etg. Aspra t. P :'d r, . . V N . X ,I . . . 4 :fu B033 Ride1ComniiSee ChairrN'har??lNV:Jn1an's lgeliatgcllegrm. Nioundsvme Hlgh School' Nioundbvlllt' wut Vlrglma' G Hgfx W glass Baskegblall Team .QV Studvt Council. Cap and Cgiiwn Q- ' "Y ' ' Altec , airman. oman's igi ance .ommittee, .ass N- i 'l isggilfliisaii Y w C .fx xvi.man'Q League 5, L i ' ' ' ' V ' Y ' CHARLES rl. LOHTMAN. Ch. E.: CPK. AXIS. TBII. , l KUANG PEI Liu. Cum. E. East Night High School. 1 'A' . Xlamihuria, China. l. Co-op Club. Chem. 81 lvlet. Club: ll. Co-op Club, Chem. iw l l. Chairman Chinese Associatiung III, Chairman Chinese K Nlet. Club: III. C0-op Cluh. Chem. SZ Met. Club Treas- K G u' Students' ihristian Association: Il . 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Y W C .-X. 4' T L nlvcrxllx' Nuxxx Rcplwlicrj Xluncul Cl1n1L1Ix' ff11n1n11!tcs:, l ' l blukllum Cwlnlxlxllcu Studcnl l7l'1c11gIxl11p Drxxu Glue Club. " I Uruulx Garnw. Ill Y. XY. C A . ll1Nt11rv Club. ,lu11111r Ad- 9 'f 1 FRED UAKLISY. D, D 5 v1x11r, X"1g1lar1cc Cu1111T11r!cc ,fXlum11al Dux' C1-r111111ttcr, , Q ! xyfcgt lQI1.,C'.u. I hgh 5LhQmlQ xywt LlhCl.Q.Q Kcmugl-QM Qlunxur Sl1n1xxQ C11n11111llcc. lXluN1ful Cf11111uLlx K111111r1'11Vtcc, Q' 1 , IIIYCIYNIIY 1 CNY N, JIUYJIII .I 7I'.lI'Y .I'lYC. , Luk CHI 'IAICFIV ' ' Q L N I I l D S I I 1.1 2 S 1 f Nlwlp Drlxc. .'Xlun1n:1l Day C111111111rluc. Pan-I lullumc Dulu- ' l Q udtu, IX' Ymu-Pl'cX1Llc11L XY11111111'1X l,u.3uL1u, Y YY C :X , N ij-13 Ylgllancc C111111111llcu, Illxlurx Cflubk Xg1xnm,1i'l1V1lwQ XV A A K I XYn111mr1'5 I.1:1111L1c l-QM-u11L1vc I3-1.111l, ,'XlL1mnz1l Dux' I l111111111tluL'. 'Q Q l.L.'XRIB-Ill. IL USISURNIQ Dlpluma 111 Nurslmg I'-111-Hfllvmf l7L'lvu+1'f l J l .-Xihlcy High Scln-11l..Xxl1lux UI11-1 lfilrllwalul'-mllcgc.Ricl1m11nd, , l .Lb lndlafw ,IL 1.1.x ufmciu 1w1xR14u11. .x 11 . 11 ll . .1111 . 1 '4 lx' Xll 1 Vll 1 1 ,'l . m -11 x' .u 1 Yalnul I-l1llx I-hgh Sul11111l J 11 .N 4' K' Q 1 YYlI,I.I1XlXl RICI INRID P.1XRRY.i2 lf.l7ull1mc1'.1I'r, 'I'BlI N" X Q I East Nlghl Huh Sclwnl l 7 '31 Q Q Q Q Q Q QQ Q l llmunc Cu :lx C11-11pfflul1. ll l3mL1r1c C1x'1lN. C41-up Club. ,l .ll-'HN I-Illl 'lx l1R ION. D D S- 'I' if 'I rzxllx 'liuany lll ISIKJLIITC L11x1lx, C1-f1-p Club. IY. Braunu Q Cram Dblricr Hluh Scl'11'111l C.1111'11.XY1:N1 X'11'u1n11 Elullx- C'3""P lflUl'- Y B1'3ll'H' CIYIIX- C"'f'P Clllll Y1 Nl- J 1 A A .' ,Q l l L.'XLlRliNCE lflSl llil,l, P.-X'll'l'liRbON. D D . Inrcallc ' Pl l Board. '-If EJ S.. N 1 . - 1. . '- -1 Cwunxlwurg l'I1c,l1 5cl11111l. Crccmlwurg. Pcr1mxlx'.1r11.1. L 5 0 Q Q Q Q Q QQ Q fXl1l1L.31'y .Xcaxlu111y. IYCQL P111nK. N Y 5 1 I HERBER-l U P-A351 1 Lum- l- lll Clms Prcwdum. Dcnral C1 1llcgu. I l 51 -S ' xg li Q QQ 1 E lf: l l ,121 Q .52 .CMN Y 1 1 V Y Qi QQ Ga ' Nw I gill, sm I ' I I 'QI 7111 ' ' " ' ' I l ' 1 x 1 IIN Q M M M Page One I lundrcd Ninety-Flvc X IEDIC.-XL COLLEGE ,W IM, ,Qrvf-V: I I I . I I f I . M . M L- L vw , Sf I C' I 5 4 I s I 52 G ag E . I I 1 - f I ri I I 9 E . ' I qi Y A g ,f E4 I I . II , Q I " I . , ' 1 I I . G' -I I b S I Ag . I x, -' I Q I ,... k':.'.-, I . ,Q I Iv . I al t I I -------... ..-M use L - Le.-- . . -. - f I I I I 1 qi ' I . .I RAYXIUND Ii. P.fXL'L.YX1. D1 fbIi'l'. fbX. XIARTHA gqjpl IIE IJETERS. .XA B. I Blume I hgh Sehuul. IYupaL1.inetfi. Ohm. Ohio L'nix ersity. Wuokjxx apt! High Sehiml. Q c I I. XY-Ji1ian's Leagueg ll. Y. XY, C. A., XVoman's League. ' 1 N , , , III. Y. W. C. A.. XYun1an's League. hiusie Cluh. Spanish u ' ., U3-'Ich U41-I ITILLL- -'II B Cluhg ix: Y, xv. ci .x,. Spameii Club. r 1 IX imdxx 11111 High School. 0 1 4 MII I. XXIIIIIHIHIS League. Creek Camcsi ll. Wiiiiiaifs League. i , Creek Guiiies. III. XYoman's League, Y. XY. C. A.. Yxlusie Q I clues, iv. Y. iv. ti. A.. lxiusie Club. I I I I CH.-XRLU'I"l'I2 PHILLIPPI. B S 1 KA. L Q ' I Ixl.-NRG.-XRIII' .XILIZEN PIZRRINIS. IS. S 1 KK 1'. Witliroxx' I Iigh School. .- Harrisun lligh Sehoul. Ilarriswn, Ohio. xYC5lL'I'I'I College for Wnnien. v l I : I - k I Joi ix xi. Piciiox. Ji-.. C. E1 zx. ' ' HUINC-I'iUSL!HlL1I1 Schfwl. Nashville, Tennessct. IQATIIRYN DRLICKER PICI-IEL. A. B.. B. E. , I. Cu-up Club. Braune Civils. Clee Cluh. Varsity Vanities. Walmli HIIIS High SCITOUI- I , . . - ' if XA XI' C-I A-1 II. CWOP Club. Bral-me LWIIS- UICC Cluh- I. XVoman's Lcagueg II. IYornan's League. Chemists' Club. I YHDIU' Yilniliff. Y- M' C' AV- 5"Pl10mf'fC HOP COWWIIICC III. Wonmns League. History Club: IV. Womans League. 6 I 4 Chairmang III, Co-up Cluh. Braune Civlls, Glee Cluh, Hlem,-54 Club. 0 GI J Y. IXI C. .X.. ,Iunior Prom Committee Vice-Clmirnminp G.. I ' IV. Cru-op Cluh. liraune Civils. Y. TNI C. .-X 1 Y. Co-up Cluh. 9 6 AI Iiraune Civils. Y. IXI. C. A. A X , I ' AR'I'I'IlTR WILLIANI PINDAR. B. S . NI. D.. QFD ,Il JI IN FRANCIS PORTER. C. lj. IX!-IA :I Qi it Demarest High Schnnl, I-Irybtmken. New jersey. Culumhia I-lughgg I hgh School. I ' 1 - .. .f . I li' , ' L mx UNH' I I V Y President ui' Braune Civils, . I R, I II. Student Assistant in Pharmacology: III. Student Assist- D I I V II : ant in Pliurnmcolugy, IV. Student Assistant in Pharmacology. I I . 5 1. I I l Q f JEAN POHLIXIIQYER, B, S.: AAA, Withrow High Schuol. hliami University. W. L, PI ,R-VER. ki, D- E. II. Y XV. C. A., We-n1an's League. Stadium Drive. Cruel: I Games, Class Bzisehall, Glue Clubg III. IVoman's League. X ' ' Y. W. C. .-X, W. A. A.. ,Iunior Prom Committee, junmi' I I- Slimv. Class Baslxethall, Class Basehull. Student Friendship I 1, I Drive. Tri-State Tournament. junior Advisur, Cincinnatian 1 X ! ISIILECIV. Human s League. Y. XY. C. IX. Vigilance Cum- GENEXIAX WRIGHT POT-I-h B St. ZTA is ' ' Hughes High School. XX I I 3 N5 .., . L., ,.,.. ,-V Y f Q J Y I ' . .A if w I IQ? ' ' - - -f Y Y 7 .Y ...u . . if t.. a . ' I gnllu V yu yycg . I.. Ir A. pt 0 r ... 1. 'I .. ,WC -E.. ., Page One Hundred Xi n-:ly-six gg'-1rv'1?.:rf: f,'ffl"f'. if K - 'xv f Li." " I . I4 I P ... I 5 T If I I I I , rl. I ffl nl' Q " I il .I 1 X . I ,xt 5'- 3' ' JI ' 1-Q ,X . ' Cf I PRI'-I" ' xx'ii.1.1xx1 oRx'ii.i.i-3 R.fXXll,QY. xi iv. it-if. ' 'A If Ihimi lllllfgc Xczitltnix. Bcrtii. liunltitly. 1L Mig' I . .. - . -IOHN ILXQXN PRlL1li,.X.lS. IX. "L , I Hughcf High Sch:-ul. XY.-Xl.ll:R A Rlflfbll. TNI D. KZI. NSN. fif II Vanity Vanmcxi Y- :Xin fa dx i II' 'I mdk Ifdm. SUCLU, Xlitkllctmxn lllgh Nh-livl. Dcnwvn I mxurxxtx I Tcam, Yi,-zilancu iftwmmittcc. Y. Xl C, A . Ill Track Tcam B Captain Soccer Team, Band. Y. Nl C. .-X. Stadium Shim. A I IV. Captain Track Team. Socccr 'l'u:un, Pmml. Y Nl, C .X L 4' ' Y. Track Tuuni. S1-tcur Team. I3zml.l 'I NYlI.I7UIll7 ,l. RI-1ll1llTxl,XNN.Txl I5, fblill, TKA Lnttcr Day Sumtx lligh Scliricll. Salt Lake Citv. lhih. L ni- 'rg vcrxlty ul' Ltah 4' . K I ' HARRY N, RADEN. D. D. SL 4181, E'l'fb 215' X Nclsnnvillc High Schuul. Nulmnvillc. Ohm. Ohio Lnivurxilx. Q -I I :MMR C Riimlitpcziiil. D D s.. tm. 'mtiiu Izumi. 9' R4 West Virginia XX'uxluv.1n Collage. lluclxhunnun. Wt-xt Yiminiai. I' Ei C. FRED REINIIARDT. Ch.li1 IAII. AXE. 1 Wbodward High School. i I, Co-op Club, Chem, S Nlgf, Clulwg Il, Co-Up Club, Chem. MARY IiLIZ.-XBIZTI I RILEY. B, S g KKII Ixly mc ll Qi ' N lvlet. Cluh. Baseball Team. Ill. C0-up Cluh, Chem. 32 Yxlct. Norwood High Schi-I-I. Nurwnml. Ohm, I Club, Baseball Tfam, lX',Cj.H,fiC1lula, Chem 5' Nlet. Cluh. I, Y, XV. C, A. woman-N Lcaguc' Grcck Uanmgb Claxi . 0 N- Cf'-UP Club- C-hw" 5' NIC' f-'UI' Baxl-tclhall Tram. Claw Bmmii num. 11. Y, w C. A. XVoman's League Cahinet. Claw Vice-President. Class I Bmkctball Team. Claw Baschull Team, Crack Games. - I General Chairmani Ill. Y. W. C. A, Womank Lcaguc 1 ' Yicc-Prexident. Alurnnal Day Cunimittec. -Iuniur Advisor. ' GEORGE RENNER, jr I A B l Xi D, AKK4 QHK- ju'ni-wr Ifrnm Cornri1ittca, Assixtant hlanagcr Bagkctball. I Hughes High ,qchmyl IX. Y. XX. C A , Woman 5 League Cabinet, Sturlcnr. Friend- - ' ' ' ' ' :hip Drive, Wnmank Vigilance Committee 'I 4 I - I I , .. , . , 5. I DUNN H- MP5, U 5 - N' D1 N SAMUEL 1., Ruismws. B. S.. M. D. its I East Nvlhf Hlgh School' Central High School. Cleveland, Ohio, , I 'C l Yr - - .Y , "-' lf'l,.Fl'13'r"Q1,'fs'p Azz'-f fl'-1. 3, . , ,.. qi, . '4 r ' F 'L 5' 8 , M6 "'Q,EYl.4"g'J'h,iai33"jEg' 5' 1,1 fl f4'l" ,t,.f, FS" fnjft " .ii T1 N "'- A - M . f , ,. - . Y -'-.215-,. 3 tj., ' , H . .,,. bm If fam- 3. AX I l ' , . ff' f mfs J' 'LJ if -I T. - I, H I MJ I ' . ' wel- .. I--'c zsmf' " - Ile-w!ni!We!,.1,l.-!maff:af4sam9, 1 L Page Une Hundred Ninetx Seven '?E? Y ' 9 .- - . ' i 1 L . r lb ss 15: 4: KC' 1 5 1 l F' Q 1 ' , , , l . , l .Y Ti -Af '. if N f X Q X A I' :Q F. 1 -aa ' 1 i 1 : In ' i I .' i f-- l 1 fi S 1 ' X 5,3 N r . i l 5 ' l i l i .1 f , . I 1.- I -l if I gi 5 l ' ' Y 1,-J., Y s F l N EH: i . I i -Q l 4 UTTO THEODORE ROESS. D. D. S 1 EXP fl' O'l'Tlli E, RORER, Diploma in Nursing. J F 5 9 . Lima High School. Lima. Ohio. Cxynthiana High School. Cynthiana, Kentucky. 0 z' f l f Z l ,' 1 fl f l l ' Qu, XVll-Ll.fXlXl llllRN1.-XX ROHDENBLTRC. B. S., TX. l l Q X I liast Night Hugh Schoiil. ARTHLjR ROSE' A, B. AX: T ' l xxwthroti- Hivh School ' i 1 D s ' 1 i YQ ll. Y. IX1. C, A.. Chemists' Club: lll, Chemists' Club Trias- I X urer. Student Assistant in Chcmistryg IV. Chemists' Club l V.-Q 'rg Prfssidcnt. Studcnt Assistant in Chemistry. A i EDGAR A, ROLl-XV.'XCli. Nl. ll.. TBII. 2'- ' Woodward High School. X 5- tr ' A i l. Comp Club. .'X. S Xl ll 1 ll Ci.:-up Club. A S N1 E . ' X r UIUC Club. Ill. Co-up Club. A. S Nl E. Clue Club. lY f "' 'g Ci.-up Cluh. A S. Xl, li . Cllcc Cluh. Y Co-up Cluh, A. S E. ' V E- iiuxm' CHARLES ROTTER, D. D. 5, r i ' l i Duquesne High School. Duquesne. Pennsylvania. , l UQ l , . , 9 . Q l 2 2 ' ,IQSEPH SAGM.-x5'1'ER. A. B , wx, Rhodes Scholarship. fk , l l f A East Night High School, Q N l Qji. lll. Social Scicncc Clubi lX', Suciulogy Cluh ,I l J l OSCAR M. SCHAEFFER, D. D. S1 sw 41. il if l . Wapakoncta High School. Wapakoneta, Ohio. 5 . 7 l hi W '41 i .. I .U l f" 31" c:L1iLL s'1'R.fxwTHER s.fxx'RE, D. D S 5.12, l ' E Pmnt Plilasant High Schwl. Point Pleasant. Wes: Virginia ' .1 NL! l I. Class Prcsiticnt. Dcntal Cullcgc. S -: l . l e xx'iti.iAxi sci-iAi-i-t1R. B. 5.1 nw. gl-G 1 .i i , P ,Ji l v 5- , ? iiiitlix ,mxiis ti.xizBoizoL'GH. AB . B fi , x if. xiymt 1 G17 "?'T' Hughes High Shi-ill 2. Z1 I , . .. - .. f 7 ' I l X ' C'nf'f"WUs- f- im x P sCH,xwi3. .1x. B . B. KKI' a' A. ,Q S b-N-. . 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Club, III, CII--up Club, Chun Ifngrx Club, IX. Lcaguc. Iiluc Ilxdru III Y XY, V, .X , XXIImamF I.cuguI.. , ' is 5 CII-up Club. Chem lingrx. Club, X', VIIAIIIN Club. Cllwm. Blur I bdrm 5 E Y ' ' lfngrx Club I PHILIP -I SCIINLIIDILR. I, I.. Ii, HX. GAA I f I I l I NULIC lllplb SCIWIHII. I3aX'lIIn, Uhnu, I nlxnrxllx III 'Xllclxlgkm ,I If -4 I I I ' HILLIQN QRQXCIQ INCI Illflf, .X. IS.. IS, Ii I I I1 Aa Xylmduard Hull. School XIXRII IN U 1NClIUlil,XX'lQR .X Ii. 04D.X. 'Xlxxln II II I ' .I ' 5.1 I l -Z5 I XVun1anR Lcaguc. Il. XX'Immn's I.I.'uI,:uu. III XX'IImunk N xlfn ll"'h Sklll l F V 1 K Q Q ' "., -f 5 Iraguc. PaIuIII1nI.xLmtN. IX'. NIcnIIml1 Sfrcluly. brudcnl. lx lxlllwlllf l'wl'IUC' N' II 'X' Mlm' Lluvlw' Mllfulx lmlnu' S 1, I 4' Xwlsram Crock I.1lcI'.1luru. X'. Sludcnl .XNKIXI .ml Llrul Xlarqlxv X im" 'W' llulbl X urxlly' ll lxulmm N l'wl'IU'A Q- ' 45 ': lglwrmurcl Y XX f' ,X , lllcc Club, Xlrrulx lQaI'nuN. I 'II II ul Xurwtx , N" 5 T Nadlum Drlvu. Ill XX'In11uI1'N I,cagux', Y. XX' C, .X Czlblnul. I. Q Glcc Club. Studcnl I7rIunI.lNl1Ip I3I'lX'c. Surclury Claw. l I Q ' ,lumur Pmm CIImmntlLu. Xignluncc CInmmucc. AIumIII I 1" 2 CHRI lil-I: XBIQ-I-H 51" AUD .X H' B. lr .XI.Ix'Iwr, Ylunuu' bhmx. INIIQIIIIIIILX Club, Nux man Club. X' I IX' Y XX'. C .IX 'l'rcaxur'cI', XX'IIm.1nX I-L'LUlLIL'. XX'IIn'mnK I I , Pam-I Inllumc. 5IILnIIIIgx Club X'Icc-l'I'wnlcnl Nun man Club. E N ' , TQ 2? L S13 FIUI IN :X SCI lUUNUX'IlR. XI, D.. IN. 'DX NIURRIS 5 SCI IL ILINKIIQR. .X I3 . TNI, D I I,XunsI'Ilgl1 Sclmul. I,yIInx. Iidrnux I lcbrcxx Liwxmnaxxuru lX1arIan1pIIIc I III Claw Sugrctary-'I'I1-axurcr. XIIIJICII ILIIIIW, ly yin.. I IXIcnIImh SIIQILIIX. Il Nlunurah Sncwty. 4'l1L'unISlx' Club. ' l I Prwldcnl, Nlcdlcal CI Illuuf. I I I. Klum Irali 51 :uct X' Ilkrulwurcr, IX' XILnIIrnl1 Som Iuly. N ' f k .I X: .Q Ib I.Ii5l.IIf YIXCUB Sf'HXX'Xl.I.Ili. l'IIm Ii. EX. .-XKIII. I l BFI. II .XE ' I I MS I II lR.IXLQli Ill lll.I.II' SCI IRI Il I I. 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Rlm-du. little nl Bradley. Hui:er. lit-clxur. Brxant, li-yeh. I l llcddoc. Couhegan. Franco. liachman. lit-aman l , ll? 1 lap I Egnfaav Fl-V. N f I 1 Q 1 I I, 1 uf! ' I ff 1 Cmcmnatus . .5-Qi 5 Officers ll l Edward L. Nleyer.. . ..... . .....,...,,.,. Prusitlunl -1 l Helen Burgoync ..,. ,.,..... . . V. . . . .Vlcu-Pre.s1'dan1 f g-3.1 ' Alma Paddock ,,,,, . . L'orrc.spunt11'ng Secrelary 1- , l lxlarv Louise Nickerson ..,, . , . Recordlnt' Seurvfarv . l . O e l . ChaSe Davies ..... ,.., . . . , . , ,Treasurer '- 9 l 1911 1920 1923 x " 1 'oo llclcn Buidcrw 'll Curtix Beresford Elizabeth Hagcrneycr Harry Auwtcrlit: Daniel Fries Nliriam B1 lehidger Laura Mclntire Brown fvlargaret Haiemeier Sam Bailey .-Xllarata Nlycrx Haax slowphinc Crane ' Helen Burgoync xVIlll8ITl Koenig lxlary Kramer Brower Hermina I 11-ppc .-Xnita Dolly ' Glenn De Quasie Carl ldarkgral' ljlary Paddack Cooper Herhcrt Leland Nlax Uclwaucr ,, in , Clifford Gregg Eugenia Rernelin Stuart Cooper lldith Nlurdock Vfilliam Havelaar 11 ' - l Dorothy Stevens Hochler Herman Rogert xlir1arnNYwtheimerDrc3luxDorothy Poywll Harry Kronrnan Marguerite Tierney Huber lX4illard Romaine l'ranc1SFasiett Bertha Rogatslw -lohn lmolhourow ' V l Lester Jaffa: lwliriam Romaine Hilda Fillmore lldward Strcitelmeyur Stewart fxlathexxx 75 l , , Carroll Lewis Harold Talcott hlainc De Beck Fisher Susan Vfilwn George lxlulh 1 5 Q ' Harriet Montgomery Selden High Nlary Louiw Nitlerxori - . i lvlcComas Helen Knight :Xlma Paddack - 5 james Pease 1919 Helen lNflcCarthy lvlanley ,lohn Petzhold 'ME 3 A Anton Schneider Cornelius Pctzhold 1922 Xlargaret Siwon g :vii ' Q l Sophie Brunhoff Swenholt Robert Doraey Ralph Reade hdith Paddaek XYagner I T , ' l Helen Wright Vilalter Hachnle lzsthcr Suchrist Ruth Nlcdregor Caxtellini 1924 4 'ii 1 Gertrude NVull'koctter lvlargaret Green Haylor Dorothy Suse-n Ruth Clippingcr Nathan Bachman l Anne Knight Hoffman harl NVidau Howard Curtisb james Beanian l - Herbert jones Herbert XX'inan5 john Dalgcll Dorothy Beck . I, Q l Florence Stuart lireirncr Annette llillmorc Vslaltcr Becker 1918 Charlotte Landis lxladdock Dorothy Huff Donald Bcddoe , , William lvlyers Rohcrta ,Johnstone lgru: Bradley - l . , Mrs. jesse Adler Edgar Powers 1921 Hazel lioppenhocfcr Hen L. Bryant ' J fl Burnette Alexander Lillian lvleeds Schneider K Arthur lxlclflurc Dorothy Dc Armond F"J', i Harold Altamer lvlartha Andrews Shephard Llanor Axline Paul lvlercdilh Morton Francis , X '4 Laura McNutt Altamcr Catherine Snow Henrietta Brady Howard Txlctzger lklarian Coehegan ,fy I " 'N Dorothy Brown Howard Stapleton XVillard Breiel lzdward lxleyer john Heizer af' l ' Frank Byers Cecilc Stark Charles Constable Philip lvlvers Dorothy Koch - X l Mary Corre lX4ary Steiner libersole Crawford Nyylmer Scott Oliver Rhodex ' l 1 Anna Cellarius Cortright Dorothy Cone Storrs Chase Davies ledna Pfleger Van Fowcn Celia Scarlworough . '? 9 ,E Helen Sammet Ecker FrancisWright Burnham Finney Randall Walker Irwin Vvlolllaon . ,,, , .4..,,..i.-,Y,,.4,,. ,,.Y ,N N A., DW., TY., no J, Wlnvq dm Y M- Env' Y - , - , Y Y Y 1 i I I . 5 4 5 513 .5 l 5 ' l A ' L if il- 4 r r ' ., A ' " . "' We - . -f ff ' 'H li F -1 K' 2 1 Page Two Hundred Nine l ' 4 A D D A it T ' W ' TT TTT lllll T TT TTFTT T ' 'T' " TBA1 i. 5 5 4 2 4 . 5 4 ' l i 7. G PF ni Ov 92 O 7.' I il T E-Q ' i ' o , l be . i 2.- -:'-1 T .eg 84 Davies. Powers, Miller, Theiss, Gradoli. Crary, Ahrens, Rcchunbach, Ellcrhorst, Rcdheld, Moore. Q f XX'cathcrby, Oliver, Hut:cl, Bennett. Otis. XVehmann, Rcill. Foehr, Bertram. Alexander, Amelung. V 4 4 o . 5 4 'J 6 "1 l " x-77.7 7 all Junior Advisors ' 7. . i T 1' 4 HE junior Advisors are a group of junior girls organized under Womens League l Q to give the Freshmen assistance in entering Varsity life. This year the system T Q flfli was completely reorganized. The Freshmen girls were divided into nine sections. - ' with a junior Advisor in charge of each. These groups met at l l 230 every Friday. in place nf tiki of general convocation. with Faculty members to speak on various phases of University L s . . , lllue. i Officers ' 4 " H. Wehmann ..., ....,..... ,... .... .... C 11 a i rman ,D i I . Junior Advisory Board l ' V 'I li. Alexander Bertram Nl. Gliver lvl. Amelung F.. Foehr F.. Reif lvl. Bennett D. l-letzel lvl. Weatherby - G go- Members in Faculty 'w F. Otis - G Members in University 1 7 lxl. Ahrens D. lvliller lvl. Roos 917 v. ci-ary s. M001-6 E. schmidi v l E. Davies E. Powers lvl. Scott 7 l C. Ellerhorst N. Rechenhach lvl. Theiss "G lvl. Gradolf lvl. Redheld V. Stacey l , T 1- . i iz. xx E Q W . .,,, , , nfwn - ,WY , 77 777 N 77 777777 7 777 72777777777 N7 777773 7 W7 7 001 nu UI wi P WF riff Myer,-W IIN 7 g g 77 M IK RX . dT en v' U, 'C r . . f Nj.- Lil, W. l . g-.1-' " .. .. W. .m....w- , ,. . - .,,. as ..s....--.-. s.-. - .- 1 l l f e l l l I , Cf W l ri. C' it . 'W lil ! i Z i l J r 'FBI A li V, f , , ,V i liz S Q Hendrick. :Xnushansel Smith, Berger Seelmdie. Y-lrtlenl'urg, llailicld, Diurs, liiichman. I lrhh Hammclmllw '-.4 i Llally, Vance, XYcst. Schmid, Spt-idtl. Elx' Humphries. fXlc.'Xmlrexxs, Farrell A E 5 if if Y ' Quai vi' - 5 ' i Q4 .. , . . - Ms - r Men s Vlgllance Comm1ttee ' R. 4 . . . 5' 1 f i l HE Men s Vigilance Committee is composed ol a committee ol sophomore men under Tr the direction of a Council of Six seniors. The purpose of the committee is to teach i the incoming Freshmen the rules and traditions of the University. and to instill in .33 i them true college spirit-incidentally to keep the dust ofen the ol' hickory paddles that if 2 lie on fir shelf? iii' 'l f Fill "Y V .. 14' 2 'Y I A'Dog Ely .,,...,., .... C hairman 'Qi ' if "black" Humphries ,... . . .Secretary t -1 3? . , l Ui' l Council of Six lkmfl E531 s ' - ' N S Fir' l l jake Breiel Cus Nippert Bill Schmid ff Tony IXIcfXndrexxs jim Paisley Russ Speidel "' L J' .i - Qing i . Members l,u . l nv. 1 gg A 1 C. Aneshansel W. Divers bl. Nlehl fgffi I 5 R. Anderson NI. Farrell S. Meyers 315: 'I bl. Bachman W. Fegley H. Nliddlekamp ' , f F. Berger D. Cally C. Otterbein ' C. Bliclaley W. Hammelrath tl. Richardson H. Bolton R. Hatfield Mi. smith .nfl . j, Carroll W. Hepp el. Swing 7 , W'. Cobb E. Lawson C. Vance U Q . yl. Cunningham R. West :-U 2 :S ' 1 I I . p 5 ': V , Q-5' is 5 f gi'-3 " Hs "" ' . ' Y "" " f - . "'- ' ' - V - - ' - - --l " - "' "H ' ' W" W W' " " ,r i MC- ' A M Y UI J f I ' ' n V " 5530 rl P ' f ' " A l ,,Q5fp5i1s15,-kgsgfirf .wr 1-W so-Av i .kgifv r Page Two Hun r f will? -1 4 UE? ' -. i 4 l A l I 1 A .., fi i 1 .l ,I i J.. 1 1 'Z fig I J F 4 - IAQA , M ,Wm a L . . .L .. .. C v. - .f I.. ff P -' e If RU! 'fr It-1 A . V l i KOF 1 '3 1 5 ' 3 me 1 'll ,wi 5' l - A ,alll Barber. Philippi, Evers, Redfield. Unlxcn. Cl Q' Li'-xxu, fxli-orc. Lexxis. Ilndcbroele. Davies, XYcatlicrby, Pohlmcyer. Hubbell. Sturuold. F lhciss, XXX-hnian. Riley, Lapham, Bauer. Duhlmuicr. Bennet, Lambert, Flannigan. . Qi ,ll A , Woman's Vigilance Committee .l 6 ,z . lg ' i i HE Vigilance Committee is composed of those upper-class women who are deemed f, , most capable of keeping the eagle eye on Hippant freshwomen who stray from the fl ' straight and narrow path of Varsity virtue. These Yigilancers, by enforcing the CO-Frosh Commandments and administering H Q , the big stick at the annual CO-Frosh Trial, turn out at the end of one year CO-Eds well k, ' , trained in all College rules and traditions. 5 l' . i '. lX'l. Bauer. . .Chairman " 5 i . R Barber M. Gradolf Pohlmeyer 'n f l. Becky A. Hubbell M. Redfield hx N Berman M. Lambert R. Shephard S 'W E. Davies H. Lapham C. Sturwold gg ' H Duhlmeier L. Lewis M. Theiss r E. Endebrock H, Lowe I. Vollrath gf iii R Evers s. ivloore M. xveathei-by 'l Flannigan D. Onken H. XVehman :lg C. Philippi '. -Q i I ii? 'rl 54 vi 5 Qf . ' I'- . ., - .. , ill I f SO Y! I f i ,, L t. W, -3- ox we . A .xv za fax me fix . 31.1K GX Page 'lxx 'o Hundred Tix clve . '--3 -' , Hu- "rf nn'-'ufy K" 'f':.4.f F? .' 3 'YQ -'ci-E 2 7: We :'Lf':, fggg is X imply.. ..L+.-av,aalQ'..-..... ,.,-.. ... 4 ..4:r . all , 37? ,M .MS W , 1 I I ,JI I ' . M5-I Ui xf v ..f', I Ili-'I 1 1 1 I' I - . .. I'r1mI-Inn, Ivcxy fN1ppL'rl. ,I ILIMI -1. I rn I1 rr. Iiunmlt, N-mcr - f Q' I I,lu, I3.ntI1nmn,ffum1mp.1I1un1, if-vuldl Ijlmknmn ,lux xx Ilmlxul' I Ii1rNI1hal'L:u', I'.1llLl'X4!1 , . v A 5CI1ll.I5UlL1vI1. l,c.1w. ffmnc. I5rmu1.X1rluu, I Il1l'INIL'I1 btlumrl y . fx The University Y. M. C. A. ,I A HE Ynixurvty Y. Xl, C .X cunccrnx itxclf mth Umm phuwx wi' L nuxt-wary' lxlt, firxt, thc UI'II'lCI1INCDl mln I I , - - , - thc NPIFIILIUI lxlc oi thc lndwldual Xtudcnu and thu gcncrul NPIFIILIEII iilrwwplicxm' ut thc CIIIUPLIN, .md I second. thu promoting oi' huttcr cundltlcwnx wi' rccrczltxwn. ZIITILINCITICNI. :md tht' uw wi' Icuurc time by thc studcnts 5 Ciharlux F. XYIITUC . , Pruxnlml XXIIIIILIIN .X Schmld. X'zry-Pru.urIu111 g. 4 Richard Brown . I'1rc-Prmztlurlf fl , I Iugh Xllckcy Smith .Nlmrutary f P. XYIIIEIVCI Cfrunu , , 'l'ruIz.xurur Ii Administrative Board f' : , Irrcd li H1 rchlur . . , l1'm'1r111w .Nl'uru1t1fjv if I I I, HAI I:lIiI'k'f ,-Xmurzulc -N11 Nltzrx' 'Lf Cabinet , bij Ifthan .Xllm C:I'hlI'Ik.'N BLIIIUH XXVEIXHL' I:I'kII1IxIII1 li P Liu Ruhr-rl PnrI'LL'l' HMI' ,Iuhn Buchmzm Rxchmd flunmmgheam Kcnmrh LI. ,wld Rwhurr Xltlm-wh .X C' Null 'I ,I Herbert Iirzxkcr XXIIIIILIIU IjLlHIilNL1I1 XY 5 IILlI'NI1I"52l!'p1'.'I' RXQIII Xlwrgexn Urn!! Stunur XXVIIIILIITI Iicrnnutr ,I U. Iilllut Gum' Ixcx' IJVUIN XIIPIWLTI XYlIll.lm 'I .lx lwr 'lf. In Fred Burger I Iurrx' Fr.mlxIm RICI1JlI'LI nlurx IN I, It P.1llt'r'wn ,X Ii, Ihwlhlwm rlf 1 -I I 173 Iv. 1 , - 4 's I I P. p I' J ' 1.. I QU' I 1 1 I I! ,. :Qs Frmd K. I-Iuuhlcr 3 , A 5 . --Q VK i v - ' , K E I 'Z I rl ,, 4 ,V ,. ,, !...,..f. ,rf -. ,. - .-W, .,,, V .-7 1 ff I '. 11.13, ' 9' A xl, gvgdguzf-",f f5,'Q,-nf ., . 'W' --701. if ry 3, , N ' V . Ny, .ug ,S-1 1. wfikfga 3 JA, -1,3 in V I ry A I . . I I I - I.. ' 'ff 'J 1-ff, "Q'iiiii1k'Yfi33!'?"J' I uf I - I , ' ' ' ' A' ' I 5' -II M' I ' .I "a..Lf5.,vL ' .,.. - M 'Fw' .. . ' - Page Tun I Iundrcd Thirtwsn l X l I i 1 L, -L,..-,L.--..,t ,.,, .,, ,L -- to LL-.- ...,-,,. .,.. LL-..... .U .A. .L -, ,...-L,,M L Ll. if l l Sc li u 1-331 1 1 ' l , x 1 ' I . 1 0 .g. '4 l i . l :QQ l 2. ' l l v'f"1 5 -' V-f'?2i , f' i .4 a Fl Euhanl-Q. Ifcnton, Redfield, yluhnsnn, Curry. Stacy. Kunz. X F Glaser, Abbott, Buck, Rechunbach. Evers, Crary. it . llliii . Fi Y. W. C. A. Cabinet , . I Q i il-t , ini HE H . W. C. A. Cabinet is composed of representatives from the ten major committees wi' of the organization. and directs the work of the local branch. This year this branch has succeeded in establishing co-operation between the local Y. IX4. C. A. and the Y. W. This may be regarded as the biggest achievement of the year, because it has been r 1. set as the goal throughout the country. ' ll"" Mary Louise Buck ....,. ...... P resident Nellie Rechenbach ,.... .... V 'ice-President 1 ivlargaret Glaser .... .............,.... S ecretary ' ' -Til kiiarion Schoelwer .... , .... ,...,........ . Treasurer 1 - ,Q 1' Marion Abbott ...,............, Undergraduate Representative lx f' il 52 First Cabinet ' C if Ruth Evers Virginia Stacey Lucia Blume Anita Fenton Margaret Redfield Marion Schoelwer My iwiargaret Kunz Virginia Crary Nellie Rechenbach ' X' Lilian Eubanlx Pauline johnson Mary Elizabeth Kunz 3. ,Hi I Emilie Curry 1.3 I Second Cabinet Marguerite Wycoli' Dorothy Lewis Dorothea Lynch :HQ Lucile White Margaret Elliott Nlildred Lambert O fl Thelma Eshman Marion McCord Margaret Weatherby - Tessa Peta 5' ,V A Faculty Advisors .K Dean bl. P. Simrall C. A. Fry Nl. Stewart y l L. Nippert H. Stanley H. Campbell . 'Dv M. Sisson Er- ' 1 yy -,nz 5- ,LQ l 1 i if l, - - ' H 'Y f ---- "ff --W --J S, 1 .' T 00 T A Nl , YY . H i I fi" l 1' -A W A-. f' ww yy A IA m in lk W W Page Two Hundred Fourteen F" Y' ' ' ' .- ,..., w. V ., y yy, . ,, .KL 'A f Q' 5. . 'L 11 A V "X-,-'yJ.!Lf"'1?1"s:'-1-t'.: '-v- . M si5Kps...i.'r'V"'f,f.5..t""i9'EHAW-ffaf'f.'.t'.l?'Lg.aLfi1 lil , - ---V 7 i l , L r .3 -an i 4 ' vi- -f ---1 ---- N-WL----1--M - -he -W - YA-A-QA-W ----- 4 ---,f'---,f f--Y-V WH- Y -Y V ---' -W - -a-----' - - 477.777 1 .. ' ',-, .M lr If will , , i ' l l l ' '- .3 -'fl e wi p f . ,ffl i I lj, lui' N fgmll 1"f. 5-P17 is g, 13.1. . . . . i,.-eq l 1 leicfj l ' lisff-1 5 5. ii . ,. I' l ' tg- i Q 7: 1 .: K'-ffl i ' l - . i l Y ' fl , Te i g ' Langcr. Xrbaugh, Bi-leer, Yan Xrsdalc. Ycstcr. llllcrh--rst. Sharlxey. lishman. Curry Xltiliiviicy. XY-iirlilm llirls, Walsli. lfI.mntrx', XX'alsh Y '1 XY.Jllt'rs. lfilerman. Xl1.'Xndrcws, Uwtns. Uulll. Durbin. Divers. Scliriiedel. lfarls. fXlcX.iin.ir.i. Siurwwld Tig' . XYilLc, Farrell. Herman. Dullrul. Unlyen. Dulliy Hy nes. litinptr Sch-vtlwtr lltrstlit-dc. XX tlltn.l.u.1ry 5' ,gl 1 XZ' 1 '5 O f4 'jf ' mi 9 ff gal 1 Newman Club 25.35 . l'-45 y iii 9 " . HE Newman Club, which was established for the purpose ot giving the Catholic . students of the University an opportunity of becoming better acquainted. has i . A , l l grown to be one ol the largest organizations on the campus. ' - . 1 . . . . - . - . . . . 1' -E' JS- 'lhe enthusiasm of its members. which is manifest in all ol its activities, has enabled f i , . . . . . , wr the members to accomplish many things this year. making it both a profitable and enjoyable ljxji ' season for the Club. O Ili: .iq . 1 'ti i , Officers 'J l 5 . Q' i . 5 R. D. Hynes.. . ......, President XA L XI. Schoelwer .... . . .lice-President aff, L. Herschede .,... ....., S ecretary .fm ' ' C. Iohanniffman. , . ......,........ Treasurer 3- r V fr . 3 l .S H. Twomey .... , . , Corresponding Secretary y' , E , ll ,YQ . ltqrf i I i Board of Directors Q! l -I. Leonard lz. DuBrul I. Sullivan ' x l , , V Y ,, , . G. Mugayin C. DeCourcey N. Crotty :fl 4 E. Hockers Xlrs. F. Hinkle i . , l 3 1 lift. 4.: l 'P " 3 43 ga' . , A Q. --l 15' s-1fgg, v-.-,..:, ,.,,.-1 x. ,....., A,-, ,, ,, ,,,YJi,.-R,-TGA.,-,4,,h-'A M ,A i. 7 , Y , A - . ' .L E- . 5,24 f r i HP ' ' l ' Nga. l il, . . v H 4' V , - i F .-r .' A ' Y. " 9 :ik .4 I ,q A ,, .W X, pf V Y NY.. A L lv Ridge c..i in i w. W X Li.-N A , 4,MAnm.w,,YYW , ' ' . . , " . Page Two Hundred Fifteen l.-XNNIQRS-' Rl-Q5liXRl1H L,-XBOR.-XTORN lXl1-nrnc, .'Xm1urI, Xxllilllhf, Vunablc. llilfflq-.SCl1CllC Klart ln. lXluGuugl1cv. Quacl-u:nl'vush. linwll, Rasclilg. Harmon Gan-l, I:I'X.QiXXlI1f'!L'l'. Kluttern. lfrankuxx sch. lxlaxxvcll Freshman Cabinet-Y. M. C. A. l5Rlf'bHTXl.-KN fiulwmr was m'gur11:cl.l this vcur xl- corrulutc each new student m thc spiritual and s-:cial llfc of thc University The K laluncl sucks to ll1lF4IL.lUCC lfrushmcn tu unmcnlul acquaintances and to find gi new church humc for out of umm students. lls lunctnuns parallel llw activities ul ilu- Sum-xr Calwnnut. Cl'1llNllT1fl thu services ul Frcshnicri who. In altur vcars. will develop lY1l1rlCddCI'XlDll1U .Xxvvclatlwm William H, 'lkiylor , .,...., President Robert Ciwinncr. . . , , . , ,,,,.,. ,..,. N "ice-President Edward klottcrn .,,... ,..,.... . . , ....,.... Secretary D ,Xllli-Lk Li Barkur ll Fry R Uxunncr :X Knoll :X lX1aycr j Shriver :X XX'rnght XX1.-Xrwilfrs-m R, Br'y11nl C Gam, R Hamas Cf lXlcGau,Qhcy lf lXlc'mnn-u QL Smith ll XVrnght li .'Xm,:url V Craig lf Llluuwn .-X. llarmwn lf lXlarlln ll Ql Rasclilg W' Taylor R Balxlsilalu li Vranlxuxxxiln C1 Llwun Kf Harris XX' lXlaxxxull kj Schulz V Ycnalwli- 5,23 ,- - f :,gza:'w k . - gawk? l.xm'l1Llirf-lllmh Nnppcrtl Gxllcspxc. lillcrlw-lrsl, lupus, Yuul1:L,l7cnI-rn. Pillai, Sale Freshman Commission l ll' l"ruslm1:1u iluliirinnwwli us .1 nun plmw ol' the xvurlx nl the Y XY if :X . thu mumlwurs ul' thu cmnrnlsslun so-0pcl'atc with lhl: ,lunar ll' Xilxlww In llw 1'.wl1xwL:xl1w11 :Humps ll lun lwun lliu mm ul ilicflunlnlssnwrw I1vPl'ul'l1HU: a splrxl ul' fcllmx ship and mlurcst In X .nwuly .liruxxlny .nl thu szxmu umm rrcurnmg an lriuunllvu lm' sclmmldrslwsp Q Officers l, f'L'I'liHf1 . . . . ..,.. . ,. ....,. Chairman l , Pcta ..... . , . , . . . . .,,. . ..,, , , .lVl'L'L"-CN,'lL1il'I7'lGfl Members in Faculty Di-an ,I Szmrull E. Nlppgrg Members in University l? l'wU-'1-N li ljmrsi D Gillespie B joseph 'lk Pura V, Young LJ lzllurlmrsl ll lzvur .-X. Hul1l'v:ll D Lynch kl. Sale Pau: lxxu I lundrcd huxlccn f"f :ns -551-2'f'Ifs'rr 4 +11 . I L., " f.'L.-, '1..I-Q z '53 ,'.. .1 - ' ,pf Q-J , , 1 i QI fs if 42? I ng I ll-:fi K, , 1 ,' I 'I I5 I5 ,,. I -1 I ffl? Q H51 I . '1 , K I I I , I IJ , , 1 . fXIclcr'. liucxlcri Izllx-Il. Snxdpr, Dunlf-m.m. If--x ', , I3-nic. Iicllur, UHI1r.x, XX'xll I3-rutlgu. line. Klux ' x I ' ' D M l Cl b I e o ay u , ' HE DQXIUIJY Club al thc L'n1u-rvlx' UI filncmmltllx1zI1r.nuhw!AiI1c NLxl1m111lIlX1.-lay ll.xlcl'nllN,XxI1lcIxlN I1 LIL111l:u'KIawIl1lL' P I nrdcr In xxhlch Xuupg mum Ivctxxccn lhc .Ago UI xxxlccn und lxxunlx'-unc any ullgllwlv: l pun rmulclwlmg lhaxl ,lgy .1 mumlwu' lx nun,- 6 l n1aI1cuIIy dmppcd Imm vxwnwlwglwlwnp and Imc--nu-N clmgelwlu lu pcm:--n thu ugulur NIUXHITIC I,-reign I - lhw Im-sl l1rgI1nu:.nmn If-xzqrx LI-,wr Im-lI1vrI14-I-J mm-ng l n-urxux nun I , . Officers I FY ,Iowph XX'itt.. pfL'.Xl4lz'Ill L Richard Fox , , , ,X nu-Pru.v1.ImI ' .-Xlbcrt XX right . , , , .X1'un'I41rYx'-'frua.xz1rL'r - Member in Faculty , , X. GUN I I , f ' I i ,E I., t I , 1 A nv- 1 ,Z 5 aI 'I r " Q I lcx I L X' 2- N I !LN D . 4. 3 ,, - ,. 3 1 -HI E Nu1I1u'Llm N-Lxllmexlc. Sumllcx. Nxlu. Ijwxxuu, k1I.1xUILIX. Iiwgu' I Iuxtu' IQIIIWIIHE. XX'I1luI1Uux-,, Iiknmkiy 5IU,m lm.. A XXrlgI1l.I u11..n.XX.I.1d Iilkcixwq l,1xlngxn-n,II.1rpu, Ilulm .HA . 5 L1 'O ' OWI'1 II' S L1 4" O t f T G l ' Cl b U14 IXTYgm1Ix.xxI11N-Iw-nwmx .1r'c-rurxudcut 1 v11urjv1:Ill,LIIl11Ll:1L1ulIwrI.nl nun' lu Iwrm am Wulf-'I-'IUxxs1 I ,IUI1 'I lux IYIECI uvury lxx-I ' xxculv ul xL1ppcVl11ucllm9,z1nLIL':1lwx' Ixulx ulluv'-dxnncr 'lvlc-.1-lclw H Ihc pL1rp:vw -:I lhuiilulwlx:-lL:1xctI1u-Lux UI l-mn p.:llIx LiIictlur'wppfvv'lunxlx' luIWAKJHIIIC.1ulu.,1lY1ln1I ,sr Khul vllu-rwvlx I'r1wp4.Ltlxu NlLxdcl1txz11u xxmllvn rr11l1.1LIx .nncu..1mIn1uv .md ud- , cnnwd hx'tI1uifIuINmcu1IwlN ,Xnnn1u,lI1L wuul ILll1umnw1I :hc Cflulw, rhk- 'gmglmm 11,1-fy q,m,jN..U1 Ip lm- m4 wr rxwxwwlvrlnhlk ,UA I vvunl 111 thu nur I Offlcers ' E, Robling . , .PfL'.T!lIL'Ilf F-'Y R, Smalley, , X me-Pre.v1Ilvnl f I I1, Bogcx' .... ..., I Smrvfary It I Txl, .'X I'IciXtQr. . , . , . ,Treasurvr I Members in Faculty II. jcnkmi NI. Simrull I 1 3 P' I I r l I W V f ' I QQ. .F N , y I' A IX F." ',. ,Az -gI?',-II' , I x ' I rg wc v I + ' ., -. ' 4 - ,4 rf, I V a r 4- i ,. ,I .,4,,.g-. f .....,,,,e,,,,, Q-. ,..,., , , - . , Page Two I Iundrcd Seventeen B I 4 x, I I I C CIIIWICI Wifi WWC C A' ii-MC C CWM A C C W C Im I .. .. , .. C e e - I I"v I I Q-"' . ' I ffl: , I I vi I I I X I I I I I I'I v f" if I I' I , , I If GQ I I e I 'I ' Unkcn. Riley, XVehmann, Sturwold. " Q I I I Bardes, Layne. Heclale. Richey, I I .a I I' 'QE IIJ O I I I I? Woman's League I 26 , . I I, A ov I ' l OIVIANIS LEACUE regulates all matters pertaining to student life of its members F : ug which does not fall under the jurisdiction of the facultyg and furthers the spirit of I I I unity among all women ofthe University. I ' I I All of the work of Womans League is carried on in co-operation with the Dean of I II Women: and all women of the University are eligible for membership in the organization. Ii' I 1 , I I x elf I I Council F 1- I, in , IV' Niargaret L. Heclale .... ......... P resident ik I ' Dorothea Onken .,.,. ..... If 'ice-President z I -V Catherine Sturwold .... ...... S ecretary Q I I ' ' ' Lelia Nell Richey .... . . . Treasurer L' I I6 Z' 1 ' , 5' I r I L. Bai-des H. Non-is L. Richey I9 lvl. Heckle D. Onken B. Riley 5' I I V. I-lerrmann C. Philippi C. Sturwold " C I ' I M. Layne N. Reclcenbach l-I. Wehmann I IJ I - 9 f I IYI 1- I ' I Executive Board I I ' I I 9' I I S, 4 I I Lucille Bardes Dorothea Onken Catherine Sturwold I X I, 9' Margaret Heckle Lelia Nell Richey Helen Wehmann I I . K. L, I I ,. I A I I I a as J agga a aI. 'f I W .w or e t o . e rr I ,I sl I ' I xv .I if Wfoatfv WF ff' +V III' gg-W v wmq gd-Mgalg WW M F Q HX Two Hundred Eighteen i 5 S: i iaas , C I C C C E ' ' ' i i E -F1 'Z i F Q L. . it , p . 'l Q 1 ? x- gd- l 5 i iw l lu l Franklin, Buchanan. XX't'st, jacnhs. liirschmaicr. Levi, Klan in. Sh-ner. Gould. Sanger, ,Itrx is, Schniitl, l 1-ll Redfield. Carothcrs. Vollrath. Baker, Uussrnan, Lexus. Lammersr XYhitc, XX'ehmant l,mxe, Hersched-., Heel lc. llrurber Yfrunuins. Biiyd. I JA Q Qi fi? -1 l i A ljjjfl - - l ,' Fresh Pamters , "Dr . ig ' . , . . - 1 HE Fresh Painters Club is an honorary association. composed ol persons who, lor two years. have been casted in the annual Xlusical Comedy productions. or haye held argl! ' important positions on the business staff. la 1'-1: P 3 " This year the Club celebrates the third anniversary oi its founding at the Uniyersityl ,ff Q and may be accredited with the production of three Nlusical Comedies. namely: "Fresh l 4 Paint," A'Lemme Alone" and "Now I Ask You." I The purpose of the Club is the formation of a nucleus for future productions, the l ,- Y a recognition and encouragement of Varsity talent and the promotion oi a social spirit among l ' , r 3 Q its members. ' -5 I 5 'Q ,ff Q v . . r Warren lylaryin. . . , . .President D 'S V. Schwarm. . . ..r. Secretary '1 , E. Chatfield. . . . . . Treasurer p IQ l -H 3 'i . if l i 1 ' 4 4 , U I i r l ' i E r i v 1 , 9 4 Q -151 ' x 4 I1 Q l , l - 1 5 Q fflfg I f , . 9": i i res... .,...,,...,...,.,...n,.,....--.s-sn--m,.sm-u.4--,..s,s-.w m,.,,s.w 7 .. 2 i 1 4 n' el I N ' , -+1 e- QIJ be ,W ,ss , v Y .V awrmm VI M JA i 'ss s l l 1.-r n - , W t ' r' - " Page Two Hundred Nineteen Otto. Hcintz. NX ykorf, N erkamp, Bct:. Nucl-aus. Feemster. llcnkle, linuckc. Gillis, XVcn:el, Norris. i ff l 6 i -, 2 i 3' "1 n 1 n - s is s ssis is sssl is s- i,us,,,s....l,,w Se I sf ' FZ X 3" mb, ' O 6 i Co-Ep Club 4 s, i i :W ENIBERSHIP in this Club is open to all students registered in the Applied Arts T i or Engineering Colleges. The primary purpose of the Club is to provide a social 47 organization for the co-eps and the Club gives two social functions every year-a N. dance and a banquet. Similar Clubs have been established in every department of Applied Qi Arts and Engineering Colleges this year. so the Co-Ep Club has been reorganized into an Executive Board composed of representatives from each Club. l pl 5 Officers Ruth Rlcl:arlan ..... ....4..,.. ...,,..... P r esident U Sara Conover ...,. ..,.... X f'ice-President ' , Isabelle Barrett ...... . . . . . . ..... Secretary-Treasurer Q- E Members in Faculty 5 Xl. Stewart A. Teasdale U . ' f Executive Board 6 Ruth XlcFarlan Isabelle Barrett Catherine Leyman ' Sara Conover janet Thompson Kathryn Cvillis if 2 4 I ,Mm We , - s "G l - 'QV r an W T 19,-lj ii 4. F "' 'NW Q k Z' NW ' V ' T " M lk 5X IIN. I Two Hundred Tix :nr Tiip-Sections land X B1-lliviii-Suctioris ll and XX Co-op Club l-llS organization was formerly the Student Council of the Engineering College. With the establishment of the Engineering Tribunal, the Club was transformed into a social organization with membership open to all students in the Engineering College. The annual Co-op Stag and the Co-op Dance are given under the auspices of the Cluh. and form the most important events of the social season in the Engineering College. Officers bl. XY. Bradner. . . ,....,. President james Paisley. . . ...... X 'ire-President Shorty lilien, . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Page Two Hundred Twenty-one WI"WUYwW WWW Nl Tw ywfxw WWW S W MXJFWE S I 5 furgga, J: rg-gl i f J mf Q W? Q!!-Linn 4 " R QXLCB L15 I E A 1 4 My 3. Q: E! I 'if Sf' 'ff 2.?'ifii2'.f2z'fi+i".?f 3Wi'E.'ff"! . if' ll V ii I C l. I-tiff? 'Q rig . -I If ifgli, , ti V 5 , J .. ' I I . fif: W, as ills - IP'f'4s '. I U' Nfl P313 , - IQU I 4 fi -it ' I Iii? I I I ' Ilfloi p I - Iii I . fn Q ' QI ' K I bug ii Young. iXluellcr. Pda. Drucker. Greenberg, lvlarks. Jacobs. Bailey. Ball. Gayman. Earls. I ff-lg Coiiunhouse. Zcllle. liahn. Hcrsehcde, Sloan. Perm. Pressler. jackson, Schwartz. Lambert, lvlat: I . 4 Durbin. Bulger. Simon. Fenton. Xleurer. Youvnans. Clawson, Smith, Redfield, Earls. Brunhohf lvlunroe, I if I 1' V2-II I if I 'I fi . I if , . . VafS1ty Art Club I . iyf. , I 'fl I Italia HE purpose of the Varsity Art Club is to promote a keener appreeiation along all lines of art. Supper meetings were conducted monthly. at which informal talks were given on Various topics of art. A gift I shoppe held before the holidays. and a costume dance given in February contributed toward making ,B this season the most successful and profitable one that the Club has known. , . - 'gig I 4" Ii ill . I igyi Officers f ' af. lil 5.2 Georgette Smith. . . ...,.,....., .,,.., P resitlenl F Betty Youmans .... . . .Vice-Presidenl I A tiki Elbert Greenberg .... ,.... 1 Secretary gi Phi Wesley Mueller ,... ..., 'I' reusurer I . 'P P." I I ' I .i ZF' i : I . I - - .,5,I Board of D1rectors ' Elbert Greenberg Clarence Rawhouser . Q ix Gedge Harmon Georgette Smith XVesley lvlueller Betty Youmans I-If-I Members in Faculty I I 'G C. Baker Daniel Cook E. Haswell H. Vifeitkamp .sf . . , . p Members in University W -' Q K 1 ' ' E. Baechle M. Drucker A. Hirshler A. Monroe H. Schwartz ' 5 I L , R. Bailey E. Earls C. jackson W. Mueller A. Shaw . , 51' s. Bail M. Earls M. Jacobs P. Nocka J. simon 91 i' C. Barker A. Fenton IN4. Kahn Gail Perin X4. Sloan ' " E. Becky C. Garretson V. Kozcrovsky T. Peta G. Smith Qi' ' lxl. Bolger P. Gayman S. Loskinsky IX4. Prcsslcr D. Wolf I -J, H. Brunhoff E. Greenberg, M. Marks C. Rawhouser C. Wolfstein 5.4 ' E. Clawson G. Harmon lvl. lX4at: M. Redfield E. Youmans . S , M. Cochnower E. Hensterbcrg S. Meakin M. Schmidt V. Young I ' E.. Dorken IX4. Heyl C. Meurer P. Schute j. Zettle Q . al 5 9. I . . 9 5 .0 K+.. I t F I 1 4 I pp I., j IK fx ,,' - .A 'xJ:,.' Page Two Hundred Twenty-four i w ig , --1 . uv gy tu ll yy Y Y DMV my W - .A 'Y Y Uv Y 9 Y , ' 'H ' ' . " Q C W C 'CW lil U 'J ru.: p N '4 1? 5 4 J ZH-. :. . C 3 wt s C If K l . A "f X ' A . 0- NG F ' .A T as i . l 4 ,Q ' . 1 B I ' C 4 . ' - 3' 5 4 . . , Q Q p S: . A. l fi - Q A l ' , 4 o " F 9' 'Z i 3 G ' l 5 V , 9 :' ' ' 5 Kahn, Perrelel. Vifheatley. lXlcClain. Guenther. Fullurcl, Harman. liloak. XYcntc. Brandstcltncr. Bratler. Shi-.xlf Graf Q 5 N Heckcrman. Rabcnstcin. Vorhecs. Lammcrs. Borrexon. Kayser. Crank. Casev, Rockuy, Wheatley. Cochran . D F 1 Dunlap. Grant. l..an1n1crs. Bcinhart. Carroll NYarncr ,, K - : Icttel, Silverstein. Richman. Rhein. LuCount. Cnllcspic, Harper. Benedict. DuScrisy. Andrew s. 5 G i ' , ' ir' 5 . . Bird Club , .5 , 11, HE Bird Club was organized in l0lb by those men and women who had taken the l , Lg' summer course in ornithology. given by Dr. H. M. Benedict. at the Ohio lN4ilitary 'Ll -1 lf Institute. The Club aims to further the knowledge of bird life by field study and , 3 lectures on phases of bird life. which form parts of the regular program of the Club, The 3'- ' university organization is affiliated with the Audubon Society of Cincinnati. ,t ' Officers , Mary Lierman ..,...,.,.........,...........,..,. President 4 SB lrene Lammers .......,.. ........ ,.,........,..... S e cretary 'Ss' as Sylvia Geisler .A,..,,......,4..,.,..,..,. 1 . ...,. 'Treasurer EES fri A Q11 Member in Faculty 3, 4 X. Dr. H. Xl. Benedict l - l Q r ...t . . . .3 rg Members in Un1V6fS1ty br A. Allen C. Haller C. liloak S. Nloore ' ,4-5 E. Andrews E. Harper l. Lammers L. Silverstein l ' . N. Berman E. Hirsch H. Lapham j. Streit , C. Chapman C. jackson M. Lierman lx. Uehlin I M. Fulford N. Kahn M. Nlat: E, Waite , . Tp D. Gillespie R. Kahn C. Miller E. Youmans S. C. Creenert D. liaiper H. Mills bl. Zettel , s I J l 'L' e. ..... , ,Wa ' KB i f o '+R Q QQ :Yi - - - - f- - - Y ----- '---- --V--W TW- - . -A -- J X . 1 V' . swf ' ww w A A wah Qgfmwxkjgh .W WF ff JV W. 1 N ISN AX JA m ADX .m lk RX NX . Page Two Hundred Twenty-Eve f 3. Y, X Nzf-v Ny, 'Z 'e ,. . Q.. Q , . 'J-3591, A- YT. ". X .z.'-Lf-.-rg-f:g4..1,.uL,-- .1 ,LL 1:11-LL.. . . 1-.gn f K v.. . ' f' ' 0 . b , ...W I. -.-M ....,. .. 'MQ wwmg-z." - "-2 f ,A -, S- 4 "' r-, jp , - a fi'-S - ' . " M , 5 ,i ' -xx .. , Q V ,.. - fx f,y.,:x K j u , NZ, W-zrgxggxi., f ,x.'.f'- Q' ' ' 4 M I 9 ' L, . -Al ...Ez 4, an :QQ Q.. , ,E s Q55-gb: Q V Nawaz' f.: 5 , Sw xgzx-. ' MESS film. Q 3 ' 'fs W LAW COLLEGE Xl .lrvvn llulwlr, l lnflncre l.xLlvun. X'u'lLlue lluchcr Xov15ql1l:eu-rw llumllmnn,N11-Luv' l5.11I',x, Ruswll lhuls Bag and Hammer Club Xkl XND l l XXIXII ll xlll li xx.wwr'g.1n1:Lrll1x Ihr .ldxrinccd smudl-mrs ln Lhg :mul-lux Jqx1l'Il11cnI ll-lr thu purpose ul' uxuulzmglng llrlrl sturlx llu xx mlm .lellx alll- ul 1lwlllL1lW Lnnsxsl luruclx' zn prxrgralnx .xl lenlxlrw. xx hllu thc lull and sprung acllvlllw Include IIUJ lmnxp- .ml m- mx fr l1'1psIxxuu,lllNx pl xml - ol gm -gluvlwludl lnvcusl. K Officers ls brim-ctgr , , , , .preszllenl lg Cll'Ll,XXl4Jl'Lj X 155-Prs.x1.Ier1I P Hllllnur, , . . , .X'vcre!arx' l: l-ll,llNllIOI'l , , , . , , 'T reasurur Members in Faculty ll ll Paxhvr XX ll liurlnr' ll ll fill-1. T4.XI.l'1m1mmu1 XX'. D l-'hm-ton U K X'-uv bLlTlICl','!'l V X' Thou .'Xnwl1ansul. Kemp, Llreenurt. Glllcspxc. Southgarc, Xlnllur, Braun, Hulncman Hadrr, XX'x ull. lllrxu' lfulllwrd. llarpcr, ,laClNson, Hcrl:, Sturxxwld. fXlLNamam. xl-uxlor, XlcLZ1ll1arLl. Swartz. Nlangwld, licnncdy, luhslur Rush, Smnrh l.nurm.1n, Blrul, XX'1lson.,lowpl1. L'uhlm, .'XllL-n. Buncdxet. Chapman. hllllcr, ptlii Blue Hydra Society lllf EwIucllx'druSxm1ctx us the oldest student -1r,Q:1n1:uu4-n at thc L'nlx'urs1ly, ll xxas founded m 1002 by members of thc Botany and ..-ml-lux rlmws under the lcudurshlp --3 Dr ll Fxl Buncllncr Il ls noxx a purely Boranncal Club, thu members ul which are taken lrnm thu ,arlxnncui l11lWbl'dlUFX' classes, Supper mcc-lungs, xx nth addresses by xvull known scucnusls. arc hcld monthly. lf. Beghrel Page Two Hundred Twenty-six .Xnnu .Xllcn ...... Canola jackson . Grace Xlillcr ..... Clinton laxlor , ll, Bcncdnct Officers .,..,Prss1denl . .X ice-President . . . , . . . . . . .... Secretary Members in Faculty li. Braun D. S Treasurer XX'dl'f: O. Wilson Q linux llwrvxs l l.1ll lulwv l.lg'lml1v vnu, l.xus llxmlm- llnlrn XXIHH. Bumllw. History Club rlrv1ls.1r1illrlrL1llX numlnrs xxlifmlvrxxvlivr-hclu1rv1Hrlrl1wl11,lwv'x .milvlnvrrnrl1-lm- l ll' l lvl-'rx li lub ls uwympuxrrl A-V Ili --sr vu lurv1.1Il-'xml .xllulrs Xlwnxllilx nurvvlms .ur hrlrl ill xxhxrh I,1lL1llx mummlwrs -Iurlu1Is.mJ wlllstrlxlx rlxsrus L'YL'I1ls. Edgar Hx nmns Ruth EN UN Helen Luphum Lwuls Xlurim Officers Prim 1 Jun! lin L'-Pru.xzrlr'f1l .Xiu ruluf x' lruu.xz4rur X uxllrm lnullL1lmu1.ll Ki-wlclsiuxn fXluclll1mn, Sluphrnsun liuvwslwrwlluli. llmrlcl lit'-w-'Ls Purrcr. .fXrnslum. li SLl1rmrll,lilll1u1'r. Raunscx. blwwc. liurupur. Sclwcur l'xx1nnv:v, Rlculxclliwri. .XlHacclxcl'll. Nllllcr. urlgc, liarcli. bxxxng. Sulllrlrcl. Bull Bulger. Slmllm Llmiw. lfrrcll, lilcll, Pclcrs I clphxnm, liulrlrlrluu liluxxrwuy. ffuclvimx cr. Brunhwll. XYlv1spu1r', l5ul1.ul'.lnIc:lL!. liarlmr. Bdcclilc. Pwxxus, Kull N, i'.1l'w!l1cr's4 X 1-llml I1 Paleolinguists lllf rwlwlecl ul' the Pale-:linguists is rw further mlcrcsl In thu Cllzxwlcs :Huong the students ul Qlruuk uknil l..JllX1 :xml ulifw m11ung Ihusc sludymg the allied subvccts 4 ll rxrchau -Iwgx and .mclcnl hlslqrx Lectures by pr: Immun! mcn un i,.l.hslca1suljlcctmamlplaxw by the Club members are features nl Lhu regular pr:-gram ul :hu L.Iulw H. Bultenwulser E. Bacchlc. . . R. Barber. . E, Powers . . bl. Gregg. . . R. Hack Officers . ........ . , , ,prusiderlf . . l'zru-Prcslrlelil , . . Seurulary , 'Truaxurur Members in Faculty -I. llarldnd R Rulumun W Scmple Page Two Hundred Twenty-seven lin ,xx 11 l'1'1edn1z1r1. Rlehvx, X rnlurlw, l5.nlcx', Drurlxcl' l.x ndw, 5ldw.'Y. 71.141-Aww. XY.1lcrn1an, L1-xxx' lun IX Ruf, Dune. fXlcYuIlN, l.ull1m,-luwplw, Xxvmnml. l'uxxul's. lfggLr'X French Club III-, l"runLl1 iklulw XX.ls m'g.1n1:Ld Qll llu l'mx'urs1lx xxulh .1 three-luld mm' Tu p1'wlnwlL' Irlclulwlwlp p.nllnu11. In lnnlmuw thou' prxlclluall zuqxmxnulrwu Xkllll Lhc l.1n1.:u.1gLc .md Ln bring ubuul zz cluwr .lk znrlx IM 'VN Ihr ULIINILIH x, rl- rhnsu ln Xlu am rr axuung flu' students 0 splrlt ul lrlu1dshlp amnn I Q Prcsilfwll Prvszrlent Sccrvlary Truasurcr dub memlwrs and vhs lzxculty n1u11lwrs .X numlwr nl the Ilncully lwmuluxlwlw urn: l1nmul'all'y munburs ln the org ml .almn a af. dmg mum ul lhu war ls the lfrumlw C'Qlul1play. which xx pgnvun umlur lhu Jlruclx-lnwI'tl1el'.1cL1lrx num Lrs Officers lzlnzubulh lXlCX.CllX . , limma X ulcriu, . ,X lcd- Durwthczl Lwnch . . . Nlary ,Xllcc l-L'Qlll'lgI. . . . , . Members in Faculty XI Hulwrt W, limnc P Ogden Il Scan Mins B-meh, 'Xl Prlcrs. Nl 5 Pclcrx l3urg.:u', 'XlcNLlly. Iulllc. l:V:m XYg1lcl'n1.n14 Yulurlw V14-wph, XYUUJ. Spanish Club lxlm l lil 51'-H1lNl1f,lLllN1s u'vv1pvvXs.ll-ul suldrnl s xxln- :IFC lalxlng L1-lx anrcd umlrscs ln Ilml Llupur'ln1cnl 'l hr lm-xlwwsx I ilu C lu ls lld 11'-'LU -ll Wllllldl IW 'l1ll1lN HIGH! IULZN, xxl1uhnul uunlx alIT1rr'v.lll1L l11L'n1lWcrwvI' the rlupxnrtmcnl L1lwllurruppwrulnlly lm I-lnoxx eaeh ul I1 5 but .AIX-l wr- haul' Lxrulluu xlluslmlcd IvLlLnv'o, .md in prrlul lh-Lu' cfmxuwaluuwl Simms , s F Officers ,lklllal lxullx' . , , . . , , ,Prcsirlmt Xl llllLII'll Bmnr-rr A ,X',L-L,-PrL,5,k1U,11 lillllilll Jenn X lxlcrxw . , . , A . . Seurviary-7-rcaxurer Members in Faculty l Br-fxxn R If Ll.1lNlu XX' ,X Kxmn age 'l'xxollL1mlu-J lxxenly-eight 4 Rnvslfl, lhunms bchlclc XYUNI' l I1-wvnlxlw. lilllwxi bllx crslcln bhhlr Cllmllll, Nwull lluhnc, Rc,xn1, lluullw-1' Ihr. Cfuxsnu, .fXlcxur1Jur,Lmldxll-arm, l"1mlI.1lur, l Pcxmun, l'mcrL5cl' Pre-Legal Club I fll Ihr Purpw-Q Mlg.1lXII1:.Zll1CDIL-ltgfllsluclumlsrvl lhr l nnursxlx 41 keen Insight Intl' ilu prwbluns .and xvwlqruls HI Ilw pru- lCbslnrI1ll1dlll'lL'X hux L' dm Iwn. Ihr Pu-l.ugr1I Klub n1.nn!.1lns.1n csIln1.1lNlc u1'g4.ll1l:.nI1wl1 lu l'vvwuv'.1111 lnlludw lllw ussl- -n qw vups xx lll1 ulnlncni pr. wlcssmw .zrulull-ll'l1q s,,1lnlwr1Il1L xx ln ul-4 nlilrs vu x glwud lnNll'L1cL:rvn I4Ill1C Iulurr ll: lllura l:lI'lCllilfCI' sr lpllw nl llu' l.:1xx , lbluxzllurll l71'cd Burgur l 'zu'-llrumlnll l lUXK'Lil'd QNQXHTQIIT . . .Nh rulr1r,x'f'llrua.x1:fur Board of Directors l7l'yd l'mu'L5c1' K 141.1 l7lnJl.nILr' Xlv.1l1.u1x Qwldsvulrx Ilnxmnllk-xa11.n1 R.lIpl15hr!I 5uLm1.xsrur.lfl'.nu1. lxx1lchclI..Xllcn l uhm XluI.1rncx' lfrlccllws. lfubgxnl-. Hundlur l,l1lnlwrl, lirw up lwucnu. NYl1u.'Ill-111. Kuhn, Lu x, l Lir'l'1suy1, lXlrHl!l1'ldI1. lL,U,h,. 55 1-my Zgllgp. Kunz, RcLhcl1lmcl1, Rurnclln, l3c1'Lx'.11n, .XIcxundul. lp.1lL'r, lflvnllulu, l, liuln Q Socmlogy Club llll Smcmll vgy Club xx .mg UI thc num ruccnl4-rL3.Jnx:zxl:wnv-11ll1uc.1r11pL1s Xlun1lHcrsblp1nrhu Ll 5.nuul'. lluwh ml-X. ulf lncludv lWUll1l.lLLXllN lnuniwulx and studcnls ul lhc suclwl-vgubal Jcpnrllncnl, lkhu Club hnlcls suppur lnccungs .sl xxhuh ll'lcYcllw:L1-s plwls-lcr11s UI .1 smunlrrglcdl niilurfi Officers Eugenia Rcmclm , . Y Pruszldmf lXl1ldrcn L. l..21ITll'5Cl'l, l Mc'-Ffff-Slufvfll Lmllan Eubapk H , I5UL'fU1Uf3' XX'lllldITl L. 'btcticnv . frvaxzlruf' Members in Faculty li. Campbell XYH1 ll-llldncl lf. lf. lfubank li llcmrlln LQ. lfuflo Page Twu Hundred lWCl1lX'-IIXFIE -'1- Qc Y'f'.i' Mfg? ' y 3 i gif' E25 5:15 1 as ..'s'g- i ig 9 Fl .Xrbaugly Gi-ldhci'g. XVIII. Xlarioni. Rolf, Goldman, Youngerman. Lcichtman l Buclit-i'. Goldstein. Lemma. Clcmmency. XYilkc. Cohen, Berry. Curnayn. Williams. Lynch, Young, T Ross, Spragcns, Rivers, Shrine-r. XYritxhr. XYcdig:. NYcisbcrg. Purtnay, Shelton. Craig, Harris. -L, J lm i Ufif V . mi . . klwgi Pre-Medic Club ' 'l 1. , Q A Hlgg Pre-R ledic Club is composed of members of the Freshman and Sophomore classes G ,i who are preparing for Medical College. The purpose of the Club is to afford a better ir , x 1 ri opportunity for pre-medical students to become acquainted with each other, and with ', I - the Held in which they are studying. This means is afforded at the monthly supper meetings v L i il In g . i Qi? ol the Clubxat which prominent medical men address the Club members. , Howard Fabing ..,.,,...,,.................,.... President ,A Miriam Nlarting. . .... Vice-President 'rig Anna Phair ..... ...... S ecretary ', I j"l 4 Fred Spragens .,.,. ..... S ecretary - P- it i L. Siefferman. . . ,... Treasurer ff' - Clyde Ross ..,. . . . .,...... .... T reasurer y Q I U T Faculty Advisor i U Dr. H, L. Wieman .iff 1 . ,.' E in Members 1n Faculty 37 R. ii. Burns o. snidei- W 'N Members in University s--Q , Berry H. Goldstein S. Portnay F. Spragens , KU i Brandes C. Harris C. Reel R. Tyler - 4 Q 3 i-. Bucher- F. liorten M. Rehm A. wamk ' Z' Q S. Cohen H. Leichtman D. Rivers F. Wedig zaf- - R. Craig bl. Longnaker El. Rolf F. Williams ' f R. Curnayn D. Lynch C. Ross E. Willke 3 H. Fabing j. IX4arioni L. Saur j. Witt , I vl. Filger NI. Nlarting XV. Schmidt 0. Wright , H. Fine E. Partymiller W. Shriner C. Young L ' H. Fry A. Phair P. Shube W. Youngerman g, L. Goldman M, Pichel s L. Siefferman 5 , . T , 5.6 1-. lc Q5 . at it -fb T if Www """a -AV Wil. Y- -XV a ' .JA Ni A ax Page Two Hundred Thirty 1 I ri HTL!ii,f7r2iTi'?5lef-ell. .5'.rfIfQf5'?? l5f-lillff . 1 . . . 'I I ..'.' . .-- . 1 V. ! 1 .I V6 5 I . I fx 'J I 1 . X"-Q -.fa I I I f 0 ,. Q I 1 ' ' 543.1 g 1 ' ' iran J ir..-1 tx , X ' . . X 1 Y ' lf. 'i 5 I ' .. K , v -, 7 fx r y I' XX'Niill l5.1lItl'sm1,Iltii'XliIwiv'gtl',flmxtlx. liimniil, lltsstggtr. l'l.ill Ll Xiirliiri. litnlmm, lieixxiliri-it X tin XX xc, lixx is Xtl.im-.Y Hllin- X Xltntltt. Smillw. khiints, XX lwilatlx Xlallwzs. l l,lxn1,in. l l.ivm'l-in H uf, I . I I 14.4. k Trestle Board i r 9 ' ,I ISI I . I IMI .1 I Officers I pg . ri 4 4 . 'ri in I Russell Adams, . . ....... . , . .Praxzdenf ' I ' - - LM I Harry Hayman I..I X it'c-Pmxidcnt .425 I IECSIIS .ti ,... . . .Ifgt'r'gIc1l'y 0 5 au .law urop. . . . rea.s'urer :gf '-H I A - '- f I I QT, ' I Members in Faculty mtg f I - . x Q: I I1. T. Cilhoney I Xleycrs gbqfj ' I S. liricorian C. Xosslcr 363512 . HV . O 1 I' ' Lx , Members in University Y I .C-"1 I R. Adams N. Hamilton H. Xlathis C. Smith li-9: . . Y. . . . 4 .1 E. Benham XX. Harshharger IL. Manatee F. bnavely I C. Collins H, Hayman VI. Norton H. Xf'anXX'yc O I R. Carnes E. Hendriclas C. Packer li. XX'escher a Q P. Cawthrop C. Kimmel L. Patterson R. Whitman lfifl 5' I B. Hall B. Lewis O. Ressegger H, XX'yatt 4 . 4 ' T gflg II p,"L'1 IJAI4 bu I ' .-.--f..,..... -M , LN t- ? HI ,. . at H -Q ?' I '. , f -..f. V .. , Q. ' N i - -as-1":.-f-rr I 'f"'4"m"'sa:' I 2""'r"-F' 'f"fT""vrG5TUff2?-'F"v"' " V, li wr , f ' it I W f. fi .'f'fi.z.?..,EC:'i?35i I I .W . 1 1 .I Q I ' 0 L ' f7.,I I--1 I fl. " A: ' " ',. .x.ig-,-'JP L -'wif w-f . . . , ' ,, .5 , -Ri ZTIGP1 ,fix q ' .4 m . L 4. , X 4. tink , f 'Q QQI-5 ' n., I . .K .qw - 1 I-,ilk I, Q ' 4' LKJJIN3 '11 -V V Y -' Q- ' f ' I Ti m.a',.m3m::iQQ .i,i1sJA' .iB......l Page Two Hundred Thirty-one ULLY Y . H .,-..d-..a.S.i.. 7 Q . RL, . .,. . .,. . . W ,.,L..,,,,,: . .. . -Q. Y - W-.--N .. v C g.- y W X in . W J v: xv i i z. 5 a-L....,.,.-...--.-. . - - 1 ' ' 5 B! i s C O o I s C r f B 4 4 1 J I .1 g ' 1 T9 Q i 1' , 5 4 A A i I . X 1 . 4 ? b E i gg - 0 1 , Robb. Rich. .-Xrbaugh. Ross, XVeinerL. in Q Fry. Rivers, Hcilker. Hayes, Lampe. XYitt. li Cook. Thurmwnd, Rolf. Loughry. Rose. lxempcr. Norris. Liebenrood. Wilson .-.,l - 95 . ,, " u ' I. Chemlsts' Club - '-' 1 if G 2 HE Chemists' Club is one of the oldest organizations on the campus. dating its found- l ' ' B E ing back to 1000. lts present membership includes fifty or sixty students. who assemble Q 51 l c 1 at monthly supper meetings at which some well known scientist addresses the members F g fr5 on a scientific topic of the day. 5 f Officers I Arthur Rose ...t., ....,.....,. ......... P 1 'esident 4 N l Virginia Lampc. . . ,... lice-President N A .., Alice Good ,4..... ....... S ecretary Til: Holle Luechauer .....,..., .,.4....... . . .Treasurer 2 .- . 5 g if i Members 11'1 Faculty ' l A R. Cantello H. Fry R, oespel- i' p I XY. Cook L. Neufler G. Thurmond " A 9 c r c . . Members in University f M. Ballard A. Hoffman iX'I. Nlarting P. Schube eg If N. Ballard E. Holloran W, Maxwell E. Schulze 5, 6 g p C. Berry G Hopkins D. Nlehlhope E. Schwebel ' ' g Q A W. Broker R Hunter H. lvlonning F. Shelton , -7 Q G. Bucher E. jones H. Norris L. Sloan D t N v l l gl. Cameron R Kemper A. Phair W. Strohmenger i , ' Nl. Decker G Lamping Nl. Pichel R. Tyler 91' E. Gates S, Landwehr V. Rhode A. Wahl ' g G. Geldreich H. Levison C. Riser A. Welsh sg 4 . L. George L, Liebenrood D. Rivers F. Williams ' X g , A. Good E. Loughry gl. Rolf P. Wilson l p l. Grote B. Lovitch A. Rose I. NVolfson Q. i M. Hadden H. Luechauer C. Ross A. NVright .. g r M.1-term G Mccubbm G, scmeie . .,' 1 l i . , . g g g g gg g g gm gg gg g ' su W, - ii 'im'M 'i"'-""' P W su 'J ace-if' rf 'T QW in g ni g IA gg g gg gg m ax EX ax A f Page Two Hundred Thirty-two C- QQ lop--'betliiins l .mel X liiitti-ni f Betii-ins ll tinel Nil' 'Iv' Chemical and Metallurgical Engineers' Club HE Chem-Xlet Cluh xx as llountletl in l0l0 hy the stutlents ol' the ehemieal anel metal- lurgical engineering tlepartments, lhe organization is untler laeulty supervision, hut th husinfss is uneler stutlent management. lhe Cluh allorels means ol hringing the e t students of the two tlepartments in intimate Contact with one another. and an opportunity to hear lectures hy men who have attained high ranli in the professional worltl. Officers Xlarion xl, lfox. i Lester Francis. . William Collison E. R. Hortons , E. R. Stephens. Gertrude Bucher Robert Russell, . Section X Section XX . A .Prexiu'ent X 'ice-Pres idenl . . .Secretary , , Treasurer X 'ice-President Secretary . , Treasurer Page Two Hundred Thirty-three Top-Sections I and X. l3otton1fSucimns ll and XX Braune Civil Society N 1020 the Braune Civil Engineering Society became a student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. As an organization it seeks to promote a closer relationship between engineering students, and afford means for general discussion on civil engineer- ing problems. Scientinc research. in various fields of civil engineering, is encouraged by giving prizes for the three best papers as delivered at the Annual Banquet of the club. Officers wl. F, Porter .,,. .....,. P resident R. H. Bissel. . . , , . Vice-President A. H. Hunt ...., ..... S ecretary E. T. Crawford. , . , . .Treasurer Page Two Hundred Thirtysfour .,,..,,,,?Lh . In ' x 4.4!-.. .ur ..,'lii,:,4' Y 'luv 4.-.Ai ta i ' x'w'.L:,.i.y.Q !.x.1g?".'fL.',"r21?.,'Lgf ' " .ftzrff 1 ' ' I- .4 , 5 i f i 1 I If 'gi JU' mi ,T-.fi di ll-'1 Tj ' di . Vi! 1.1. ,i 4,11 34 - nf 1 Al L. ix , lf! . .4 igf 'limp-Ntliiirv I .md X fl l7wlli1inf5u3iiiinNll .ind XX, N Ei T 410' ' V a Co-Op Commerce Club . ,V ,I lr ix. -J - 1 . . . Q , . 1 7 'G 1 I-H1 purpose oi the Co-Op Commerce Cluh is primarily that ot giving the commerce 1 t ' students a broader vision concerning intlustrial and commercial interestsg of showing 5 '- 5 . . , , . . . . , i - ' them the present working policies in the industrial world, hy aequainting them with gy , Q 1 speakers of authority at the meetings of the eluh. and of promoting good fellowship among 1 , the Commerce students. i iz i 51 . ii -I Officers 1 - ' 5 -. - , ff I Ixirby In Xieffortl .....,.,.,.,.....ii. , .......,,. President PE' ' K. Y. Siddall .....,.,,.,,...4.,.,.....,..... i X 'i'ce-President 5' ,Iohn Lease .......,............,.,. ..i.... ..... S e cretary - 1 21, a 3 joe Hermann ....,... , 4....,..,. ,.,,....,,. . . . Ireasurer iw I i , I Z 1 0 I 7 i M , id, , gn? R is 7 H i Q H R i o 1 1 1 T i, i' 5 L 1 E252 2 V ' . Q 'M -gn we-':.'1cspnqiiF,.1-'-Q 'F ' - iw. - .-,-. .p ,wcvb 04, 1 ' i i v 've-mxwf - i ,. fF'!!ffif7' , . a -' .W 'wvwg iff ciflvjk ,w'f.af!.u, A i I- , 5 pf' ','. 1' A, ,Z X, P2121 fgl.1.:',.',igr',' -TV. , , ' J N 3-Zlixff. px, 4-Q2 5,5 'YW-4 p .. 1, f .N .-A 4 L-a....:L .wut .14 5,2 4, Mm -., nnlqqik ,,?,:y'3 5. 1 - T f ' 'L i + V fit 1,1-Age, U, I j'v-'he1.,,3 if-QQ. ,,i ' yy ,- 3 "Q,-?13,,.M 1 ff- HEi54.f vii. aff- IH e r n ff 1 a it , .tw -flu it-1,-'. ,gift H 1.11,l gtitwfi-455 1. D . - - Stull. , '. -L. .,i.,, -M N A ,'. 'N l 3.-'1 1 ' , ' K I Page Two Hundred Thirty-Five BEECHER H,-XLL Hang- ww K X v -.-5. van" M ' " - ' x.-f. EY , . x , , f' , ' 3 l'1f.3 Q-.:'.: .:14,'l!..faZ 1 A7 l A f si , , wrt TopiSt-cn-ms I and X Bottom-Sections II and XX A. I. E. E. I-IE student branch ol' A. l. E. E. was established at the University in 1012. The object i of the organization is to keep the students in closer touch with problems of electrical nature. to promote engineering fellowship and to lead to affiliation with the national body in the Senior year. At the regular meetings of the club, addresses are given by prominent city engineers, or papers are delivered by students. for which a prize of ten dollars is given for the best X paper of the year. I Officers p Rav T. Congleton .,.. ........... ...,, P r esident I Frank E. Sanford. A . . . Vice-President l XY. C Osterbrock. . . .... Secretary li Ralph XY. Fowler. . . , ...... , . .Treasurer NN Fred S. Hamer. . . . .Assistant Treasurer l l I, I l t x I 1, -. Page Two l Iundred Thirtyfsix 1' 4 4 'ff 251 . LF, si We .,f, v -dv-ff-r asy- iff V.-.p xl. -':-2 mm 2 1 4 3 1 Q 1 3 l '1 -ad 1 L 4 1 ,...-. ,V ,. , 1' .Ui , I 'QQ 'ln I11pf5Lcl11111N I 4111.1 X 15411111111-51c111111x II .md XX A. S. M. E. . x HIS o11ga111:ut1f111 I5 ai If11'a11cl1 1,11 thc Xatiomil lmkly of A. 5. Xl. IQ, uml its 111c111lw1'sl1111 is Co111poscd 1111111113 of 111ccl111111cal Cl1kQQi1'lCCI'1I1QQ 5t11Llc11ts, 'Hu' 111111 111 the CIUI1 15 to 5t1111L1latC mtcrcst 111 the l11'omlc1' Holds of 111ccI1g1111cul L'I'1QiVlL'L'I'lI1Q, lm g1x'111.L: the mcm- S of thc Club p1'og111111S of that 11a1tL11'c. Officers XY1llia111 A. Hallctt. , . . .pl'L'.NlLi6l1l Gerald .-X, Cfoxx'a11. . A . . ,Nha-P1'u.11'a'c11t Lucius XI. Exlcy. ,... . . . ....,. Secretary-'I-rc11.v111'e1' Ernest 'lf XYal1llT1or11. . . . ..'x.X.S'f.YfL1I1f Secretary-'7'1'c11.x11re1' Pegs 'I'xxuHu11d1'cd 'l'l11rt5-51:1 -,11 YW WUWQWWW will '- 5 6,5 Q K X fxwf 623 X B ff' if IEIIL ,Q IEIIB IEIE1 El ' was? dl IEI wi 35135553 M .uh ,Q qv xml' AWA v 'W A s,,.' - S . Page Two Hundred Thi I1 " ' f A A K . A . L, - . . . " .... S - . --.c- .--.- -L.,. ..Li - A aaaa A T as ,zf if A A msn A 54 9, l ' i i il '.. 1 7' 3 152 ' il 6 ' s l a 1 -e T ' g , i l A Humphries, Franklin. ll Smith. Xloxylds. Brmx n. Bolton. NVill4inson. Nlppert. I 4 1 il fXlcCord, Vance. Simmons, Siddall Bryant. Schniiul. Hcnscy, Newlwold, Campbell. l o . ' DE l' A P. i 2 Men's Pan-Hellenic Association A 53 i Officers i . 5 f L Ben L. Bryant .....,.........,..,...,.,,.....,... President l O 5. 1 Kelly Y. Siddall .....,..,....4............... lice-President C nw William A. Schmid. jr ...,....,.....,, Secretary and Treasurer - 1 . l Sigma Chi ' Ft R Truman Neyybold john R. Campbell 4 Q Sigma Alpha Epsilon F I f . FN Harry L. Franklin Louis Xippert df.. if i if f ,rf Beta Theta Pi j N l William A. Schmid. jr. Stephen B. Wilkinson . 2 " Phi Delta Theta Q l Xloshy L. Simmons Richard S. Brown F... l Delta Tau Delta .gf g Ben L. Bryant Xlelyille D. I-lensey 455 f 5 P. eg Q 1 Kappa Alpha s I ' 1 Kirby F. XlcCord james li. Hoyyles 5' 'f ,.' is Lambda chi Alpha T 5 . L y ' Forrest Ely john Humphries . ' . 9: A ' Alpha Tau Omega ' T lielly Y. Siddall Charles E. Vance 5-G a' Triangle Qt ' 3 Eugene lXloxylds l-l. l-l. Layritz fl., , l KG ' YI . SU .k YJ .S f n .- 7 WR A . sw NU. ww. - . 1'X ..-.- .. .... . -- , . M + M Q NN Page Two Hundred Forty 2 s. A 37' :?5JL.2.i'-' 51.53lf-E5h'i.?'2SiiiiEf?' i t.. ' l l 1 ,I JJ Y ' i g J . . 2. -V ' 'K Q E fl, g fl., N . Q". .sg a 1 - G . .Q 1 1 I l' Q.. 4 Q N ' L Nl L is A -if - Ext-14. . . . f - . 3 H . Q gg Q' -1' Q in V 4 ' 'm l K A fo - H 'far Fit I 4 ' 5 11' A - ' 7 ' V A I r . 'Q :il Schmid, Hvnes, Sehxx gillit. Ifzinipbell. Prite. Button, Picton. bpeidel. YYinani wil KZ- Ljravlwrook. Huhtr. Bachman, Txlonrf-e. XVesselmz1n. l'laIIerm.in, llenril:y. Newlw-Id . L ixxitker. Shives. Smith, Txleiiee. Wright. Laurence. Knapp jfvlinwn. Wulkfl' 5"i',3l iff" l F il . E : LJ fill. i Slgma Ch1 5 3 I, JH i , L ii ,1 X 'll if 1 .. 'Q 1,4 -Q . ' ' It I lxliami Llnix'I!r:t,Zl.l Loral Cl'I3PlC'l'. 1-Uaxljjl .' 1 V Number nf chapters, S3 - DMC Cslahlhhid' wh' 1 l 'Q ' Members in Faculty QQ.-,l I Archibald l. Carson Clifford D. Hindle Daniel C. Laurence ff' I 6 -,l ' . . . if . Members 111 Universlty girl ' , K Seniors "Y: Charles 'l. Button john R. Campbell Robert D. Hynes john Xl. Picton 3 .4 Leslie XV. Schwallie ' f juniors h .4 1 Albert E. Graybroola ames D. Xlathews L Truman Newbold XYesley NY. Schmid lj..- ' I 2 Russell F. Speidel 'Ki ' ' Pre-juniors fx L 3 Q George H. Elliot Owen H. Henritzy Charles 'lf Porter I -lg ' -I E 'X Sophomores l M ' , john Bachman Robert li Huber ,-Xustin F. XVinant l K 9, Freshman , Robert W. Ingram l, Pledges 4 V 3 E Ralph C. Bennett Daniel C. Laurence. jr. Edgar .-X. Rippey Robert D. Walker . 'T Leander Hallerman jessee E. lXlcGee lxenneth Seiter David E. Wtsselman I . . R ' Parke S, johnson james F. Nlonroe john L. Shives Elliot F. XVright Q T ' ' Bedford Knapp john W. lXlt1lford Stewart H. Smith Frederick A, Zwiclter I als j -"nf" f' r 4' - i. . . .- .. i s W Ml V . BIN, - F , 1 l' 1 ' 9369-Veb5aC,'l" L L' i ri" Page Two Hundred Forty-one -4- . ...1 ....5A.,.. .knew , ,- ' ' as 'ff1f1li"frfifef:ff'M p:z'vafs"r'ff2.gQ 2 " i p sr . v .V 6 Q f 2 ,, gg, Q ' P ' 4. X w --ui. 5' 1 1 .ff lr . Q. I, '."X H' i . .. ' -,-1 V i mule 5 lf ' V 71 Y 7-'4 w th N l . ' 5 V 'QITQZ Q ,N JC" , . 1 Q Yiuwg f X ' flu f T' at ,f V i , -U. . v , ' N, Y. Q, H X 1 A J ll. l:l'2ll'll-illfl, Nippert. Skecr. Liclvcndcrfcr, Irwin, Boyd, Schroth, Sievcrs. Cv Fmnltlmq Lpwn, blervis, Ennis. Geist, Davis. A Smith, Backus. Straud. Stamlcr, Ashlwaugh, Van Pelt. Gould, J. Smith. Olt. Fabing. Raschig, llggcrs. lfllisttwn. Daniels. Taylor. Garrison. Thorne, Kelly, Spry S1gma Alpha Eps1lon . Fuundcd in r QIXX Local chapter Ohio Epsilon ll""Cf5"l' gf Alabama' ml? X Date established. lsso lNumlJcr of chapters, 05 Members in Faculty ll L. Xlcvc: G C. Smith H L. XVICITIQH E. I. Yowell Members in University Graduate .Xlhrccht F. Lcui: Senior ,lohn ll. l.lel'1cnderI'v:r juniors .-Xlan R. Buyd tllmrles Franklin licnncth Gould Louis Nippcrt Rrwlnurt l., lfnni llarry Franklin Harry ll. Irwin Harold Upson Pre-Juniors Rxth.ir..l D ,Iurvis .lnhn D, Slteer C Alvin Smith james XV. Smith Raymond Stamler Earl A, Straud Sophomores Paul .Xshlmup,h lfrcd Davis liarl lfcrguwn Ralph Hathcld Thocdore Olt Ralph Seiglcr Curl Backus l lim ard Falwns, lidxx ard Geist Ralph Nordqucst Shorty Quinn NValter Sxcvers Thund1,u'e Van Pclt Freshmen Arthur llaclirnuxti Calvin Daniels Richard llllistun Ralph lrxxin Thomas Rohcrtson Herbert Toomey Rnlwrt liatltux Oni- Dxcclxmann Prcstrvn Garrison ,lack Kelly Robert Spry lxlorris Vetter Ruswll Berry Charles Duncan Lcrny Hayes lidward lvlnttcrn XVilliam Taylor Gerald NVright Clulllxrd Burhanlt l larvcy liggci-Q lfrncst lliland slmnus Raschigg Graydnn Thorne L.. ,.1,ir.:,,s,4A:f::: -...: :ff 1 ,A m 7 . ' ' - ' . " Q 'l ' "f-- ' K i - X Q Q V , 5 , l - ' 2'-A 5- l -- --'ff w-4:2 4 1 Anas., d.n"Gsm1-na..n,.,g.,. ll" - 'Y "' 'K '- ' 'l . m Pabt l-no Hundred lforty-two '11 J I i I A l A . ' E."xKag,'ilI' E 'ff' 'Mfr' "Y 13" fTx':1Jf 'Q' H' ' ' ,.f:.i f fri 'I 4 12.9 it ' All . R . X '!. W S. "3 in 'f' ' ' , Q41 1 P X- b ' l' l " ' 1 71 X f " ' 75 f ' . Fx, . ..-, .fi - LH.: i git 1 i 5 . .a s .51 . ' . i . 22 uf I Q at s , . . 1 v t , 'I ..t QM. 2: 4 Y , 'f Y J ' J? vp , .3 me -- . . , , f f . ' l Y., l ge. 1 l l 1 ... .,- V fre: - ' . 'I f f f' f l ' ' . I W: ' N 4' . M . f ' , : fi . A ,. 5 J, V- S. . i- XVilleinwn. rl homas. Allen l'wwei1 lbqlel. l lessler. bthiniel. I emu, lf: 1 L ,- Sanger. Carruthers. ljelwarels, lXlii5er. -Ii-hriwn, Sw ing. Nimmo 14-h.iwe, hl.itldux Yuixlenherg. Riley, Garvin. Xlkifiel. D+-er:haeh. Quai kenlfush 'x1.ixwelI. X1 ngihli. Nluslilxul I7 5.. J l' Beta Theta P1 Q l lfounded ar I'l?'j1 If . xhxnm L'nn-C,-e,Ly- ISN -Qi' lwtal elmpter. Beta Nu rl Numhcl- Ur dmmcrxi 34 . . lD:llL":Nl2llWllNl1L'tl, IHWU it . . . Ii Members in Faculty if S. C. Ayers B Gaines Ralph L. Langenheim Bart j. bhine Q. XV. P. Burris 'lf H. lielly U. Nlcliim R. Stephenson n ' H. li. Dunham F. H. Lamb D. Palmer ,I l.. 'l'uecl'iter , 1 Members in University . 9 I S . G enxors W joseph XV. Bowen Thomas D, Boyd james Carruthers Willard B. Fessenden n S- - 'R X. juruors lf' Ethan Allen Harvey XY. Hessler XYillis G. Roberts Robert Xl 'l homas if XVilbur H. Bauer john H. Lease ,John l- Sanger Richard XY Todd .A NVillard Crane Lomond XY. Nimmo William .X. Schmid Stephen l3. Willeinson ,V l l Pre-juniors it Robert XY. Klein Robert B Xladdux Hari ey B. Stevens Clark .X Yalentiner . F 4 7 " .i Sophomores 3 Harold G. Edwards James B. Swing Stanley W. Yorelenherg "ll Pledges l R David Affleck Allen U. johnson XYilliam O. Xlaxwell E Parke Shawc 1 -f- Fred W. Docrzbach Harold liicwell john A. Morton Vernon Yenable Q ' Gilbert Garvin XVilliam O, lN1a5hburn Nlarvin Quackenbush Lawrence R. XYood ' I . William F. I-lickson Albert Mayer Eugene Z. Riley l K2 i i 7. 5 7- 5 "9 l ' 'P Y ' l 1'- --. V 17" -. iv -v.-iv -.?rv':----im- '- - -1'--'ei if-ive - - 'Sf 'V ' 'limi E ' ' """'L " J f 1' ' six' f Q .' . ' . . r in I V fifw gijcig. ,Li . 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Lindsey, Barclay. Cragg. Morgan. Schriner. Otterbein. Poorman. ga' 4 'lui , N , X Q i ,M I Phi Delta Theta 4 , j 1 1 9 NL 9 1 I 9 Founded at T: . Ji' Local cha ter Ohio Theta E' Q ll I N1iamiUnivcrsity. I8-18 :-Wiki: D t I EI. d 1838 1- I lg: Number of chapters. 93 : a C es 8 is e ' . . L. I If I ji. .'s 5 k i 9 1- . l I Members 1n Faculty X t . ' George A. Hcdger Seldon G. Lowrie Porter P. Lowry 2' , l j . ' 5 . . . , ' rm i Members in Uruverslty 5 -:Q 3 Seniors Q.- ?' l Robert S. Crane Ellsworth F. Ireland Mosby L. Simmons ' Juniors f, l Richard S. Brown Griffith D. Dye Hugh F. johnson Robert Van Fossen ' X P ' 1 Pre-juniors l , 3 ' Richard Bahmann bl. Walter Friendship L. Harold Martin Randolph Schmalhorst! ' A' I john H. Breiel Carl E. J. Hauck Herbert T. Randall Virgil M. Schwarm ss Evan W. Chatfield Milton F. Lindsley Robert L. Reinhart George H. Strietman Q1 Sophomores Q l . , Charles H. Butler Ryall S. Morgan Clemence H. Otterbein William T. Shriner ' 1 ll , George R. Dunlop Wade S. Nivison Edwin B, Poorman Willis H. Vance J K Charles XV. Mattern A. Neilan Otterbein Oliver C. Schlemmer 1 ' ' l Freshmen l H . I l f l l l Richard XV. Angert XVilliam G. Farrington Robert F. Lindsey Roger E. Schlemmer if L 4 Frank O. Barclay Chester H. Goen Carl W. McGaughey Melvin Wh Searles Q' 4 F Richard W. Cragg Durward B. Haggerty Edward C. Meredith W. Allen Stone l Edward E. Doherty W. Maurice Harrison R. Dozier Moncrief George H. Welborne lf I Robert W. LeBlond james H. Rogers X 2 . l Q -'mi W- a a 1, Z T T -D 'qi c 'P - . 5 -' F F an F f -ee-eeeew -1- e -'-e -Q E E V gill gill' 1 yu QU' 3 T. .fn .... ' T it V MIR' M g gg g Ag m -. .- mi U. it g. IA AX KA . Page Two Hundred Forty-four 1 " . NV ' ' J. It -3 - V 'll LT if 4 W f L'A l'?'.3E,..iaz..' 655.1h.""fL--'.lLl1.f'..B:L.ia.Lq.:...."A 1 R' 1. P .-. 'FF 'Y F J 9 ' 1 J f l 'tsln F.f . A l 'Q B Q 1 .Av ! I 1 I -, . 4 T ., 'v ,F V. N if 4. T i P . .' ' W , Q , 5 4 r 1, U ' i . H W . . " f ik Y R . - X' S a was 5- - . ' . as U Q 'L - 'S at If Y- il 1 . ' ll f f . L ' 1 ' A e '1 . . 3' ' .v 1 9 . ' . ff v A 2? iQ .71-"7 I .1 lv ' ' a . 1 A 34 Xlahnncy. Dufendach. Hcnsey. Bryant. Todd. P Cavman. Burl. linoblauggh. Nlkllllh F i Farrell. Lashbronk, Wlckcnieycr. Bush. lfndebrock, Berger. Rocmcr. Atkinson . 1 Larkin, Sl1ulLnn,U1llNcrl. Albershart. Dietz. Cunningham. Bacon, Xian Sicklcr I I4 Biggs. llilsmgcr. -lackson. Ball. Fry. Peyton. Poage. Nlfrighr. ,l Cay man. . K P . li l ' ' I Delta Tau Delta 1 l X - I. J V B' hf , c1FHlf'lflCTlg?S Local cliapler. Canuna X1 'ff . ' l ' Members in Faculty Irving H. Brown Robert C. Cowdy H. F. Koenig Clarence Steven ' Fred C. -jordan Rufus Southworth a . Q . . . . Q' I Members 1n UH1VCfS1ty i ,4 Seniors 1 r' I Ben L. Bryant Armand F. Knoblaugh D Juniors l Charles Birt Raymond L. Evans Robert E. fX4athis Casper XvlCliCH1CYCI' l 1 Nlelville D. Hcnscy Fred C. Todd X Pre-juniors ' Paul Cayman Lester H. Roemer ' 1 Sophomores Thomas Albershart Fred D. Berger Ervin Diet: William G. Lashbrook D 1 Charles S. Atkinson Edwin A. Bush john Endcbrock Paul lvlahoney , Richard Atkinson Richard C. Cunningham lxlerritt C. Farrell a . l Pledges l ' L. E. Bacon john G. Cayman George H. Larkin Frank W. Shelton f , '4 S. F. Ball L. C. Gilbert George E. Lockman Robert VanSickler ' f A. A. Biggs Raymond Hilsinger Frank B. Peyton Albert C. Wright i Harry Fry Robert jackson L. IX4. Poagc D '- l ,gn l I aa! l i .. . f R A Alf f 1 i Qi. - 1. . . f i a. .F 5 AX A L All ' i L . fi F ' ' if' C Page Two Hundred Forty-tive ' 1.q,Q. W. -vw X W- . .,,.......4"' '- .QW SEN' suv - E i r ? 5. 55 is ? fi S: E4 Xa is EH V? W ,. A 1 f a, ILNGI NEI-IRI NCL COLLIILJL ' I " 'W'- ' 'GS ' igj 11.1 nr, l . ?f.' x T 'rr 'f r.2-..fr2.tr. ..t2f'X.f:1.5i3ff-,i.12351f3.21"'...ia:ffW....e-E ' me X . . . -G .--- Q' ' 4 I f 1 -1 , X1 K' r ' x 1 A 1 l ' A ' . . I l ui- Tr in 4 N f 'f , 6 I , -A ' Q.. 3 iv, V as it ' P v ., J u .1 LZ Q V a ., 1' .Ig 1 J: w if . . , K , p Q T ' il l ' i T- ' 'fi V iff f X li z I V ' . ,. - - . . - . . ME..-.4 a n Grosse. Crossett. lN'lcCord, lvey, De Blieux, Buchanan, Kirchmaicr. Cook. Howles. XVest. De Camp, XVest. Berg. Seebode. I - ivlcliec. Hoffman, Roberts, Norton. Ward, Gano. Hyer. 5 , Hopkins. Scott, Barker. McLain. Fochr. Bryant, Nlartin , - lui I Pi Kappa Alpha . vi-'Av ,, Universlty of Ylfgixgilcf-lgsg .. mx -. Local chapter. AlPha Pu D Ndmhcr of Chapters. O5 .h u- Date established, 1910 V its-,-A elf' ill Members in Faculty ' A Reginald IN4cGrane Fay A. Norton Members in University . Seniors ' H. Dreyman Cook David G. Hopkins Kirby F. McCord Carl Runge eil? Juniors 'N Gordon j. Buchanan C. Iwlayo Hoffman G. Eugene Ivey Richard E. Lambert ' Donald A. Crossett james li. Howles Carl T. Kirchmaicr Richard W. Scebode L 5 james H. West 5 F Pre-juniors J t l Spencer A. Berg Harry V. Hopkins G. Kenneth lwlcliee Richard B. Roberts Q William E. Grosse Harold A. Hyer Homer A. Ritcheson 5 fb i Sophomores ' G. Wailcs De Blicux Herbert j. Fochr Alfred C. Klein Bennett O. Scott Evans I... DcCamp Paul Foulk William J. McLain Ranald S. West 'G Gilbert Edgar john E. Hoffman Purcell Schube Pledges 1. Bernard P. Askew Carl Evers Willard Hess Otis Austin Schorr 1' Gail Barker Chilton -I. Gano Frank T. Ixlartin, jr. Wm. Fred Thomas ' X , Richard D. Bryant Ralph P. Glover Herbert S. Norton Robert NV. Ward 71 " H5 1 l l gl l l gg Ali 1 C, 1 T Q' K A . . A - A W, r T i n -v. , fr. - pm .kj1y.Q!,vAlf.'-Ji. , Ill m NX IA Ik EX fix Page Two Hundred Forty-six i J- Q 41. . . A ' , j L -fw1f:,r':-ga .I Pi ' ? B7 ' x'i:.l7,..5 27-'..1'. - 1.3 .V .Q i F i ta - a I ee V we W as . F I , DJJ- , . . :L:1, g..:i.q. I 7' - Q I 1 .reag F 1. W Q. p -A f:Q..2:' . , i .g 'it ,, , it F Y . i x i - l i l Y lil 1.33 f V fi. , Z P- sw L. 'F I C l . - ., h Q I , b ir! g I , fr t- - itil L Q t 1 I ff'-l X ' 'ill L4 "Ii . sis L -5. A, ' j I QM Q 'V A A . .wig X ,M ' -' Q - - 1 f 't' . En L if - Q ., ' I 155.2 i 1 'Y 1 r gg 1,1 gg -5--+ .. neg. G. "- ,E -1 . ' ug X. ' X Q' Q? 3 ' 'fl ' .' 'laik-1 V i gr., tw.: i '- f' Q i- Herrman. Kirby, Nlelntiish. Humphries. Para-.lnt-r, lavl- ir. Bradner. l lx ,rgl Yam ood, Stoner, Baker. Lillibridge. Smith llnrlxmss. Bader I jones. Gillham. Gwinner, Leixis. Kindel, Arnold, C-mi in Bradlev f. f , . pau Lambda Chl Alpha ull -349 All Founded at Boston College. lflllfl , Local chapter, Mamma Llamnia . -ll, 1 Number ulcl1upICrS,liti gif ' Dale established, llllfl in - ,' I , :rl i . ,jf T Member 1n Faculty " v 5 Clarence O. Gardner . ' l 1 x l l' Members 1n Umverslty N ,Q l Seniors . 1 George H. Bradner Forest E. Ely Ralph L. Kirby William Taylor Ei' . james W. Bradner. jr. joe lxl Herrman Robert G. Nlclntosh Clare St. G. Yarwood , .. f 51 juniors Herbert F, Baker john XY Humphries Gordon Rich George Zimmerman Clifford E. Harkness john XY. Pease Groll Stoner 0 . . Pre-juniors 5 ' o ert -. orwin aro .. ose arro xau man bor on . i I rn ge Rb QC H ldCH C lHl' 14 X d EL'llb'd f W Walter E, jones Glen D. Lewis l 1 Sophomores William V. Arnold Harry Bolton C. Gunder Cilbertson Charles C Owen W Norman P. Auburn Raymond H. Bradley Roman C. Herman Charles Stephens X , Albert H. Bode William H. Cobb Elmore .-X. Kindel Harry j. fabler 1 1, W john L. Ehrensberger Henry H. lvliddelkamp 3-. 4 S 1 3, ' Pledges . fl ' l ' ,, ' Q Raymond W. Barsdalc Frank j. Dost Orville V. Locklin Harold B. Stoner 1'-N ll Richard Dial Felix D. Gillham Richard lvlattern Edward Williams L. 5. ' 1 Robert Gwinner Harold R. Spiker Q ---.....,..,.. . ..-. . . al: f ! l '- 5 -e i g ,V l 9 . -...W .,.,.,,-,. ..-,. . ,,.. .. .,. ., ... ,.. ,,,, ...,,..-...e xv . Q- ' A . -' - . ' ' . 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Bukey. Read, Longacre. Nocka. Reichard. , ' gli, Stevens, Conrad. Cavett. Graham, Cobb, Vlones. Cooley. XVasmer. Thornton. 3 , F R1 0 QP? . , Tr1angle G I M. Ne L.nWCrmy Ur Local chapter. Cincinnati ,gf Numbcr of Chapters' ll 'C' Date established. l92l 0 K. ... , .-. V v . 3 ' Members ln Faculty A. L. jenkins H. B. Luther Dean Herman Schneider ' ,ef-5 Members in University S l S ll Seniors 5' l .1 gkar g 'ffl Orem C. Andrews Dewey Conrad Frank Hertstein Harold E. Senf 2 4 ' I Lloyd P. Cavett C. Stewart Cooley Harold H. Layrit: Elmore H. Smedley ' i " ' V Wayne T. Cobb Thomas L. Graham Eugene Mowlds, jr. Clarence T. Wasmer N T305 fi 5 juniors ' ' Paul XV. Ii. Ivlenard Earl D. Payne Allan A. Roetken H. Mickey Smith at I A T Edwin R. Stevens D 1 I ' . 5. Pre-Juniors S 5 X ' Harry F. Berkdoll Norman Bukey Judson I. Mather E. Paul Reichard ' l Carlton F. Blickley Ellis T. Crawford Paul Nocka Bergen J. Roof V ' 9' Thomas E. Holt Glenn F. Rebka -- G Sophomores 'J William Hammelrath Ivlelvin james William M. Longacre j. Edward Middleton P A , Pledges il, E 5 Carroll Everett Carl B. Haas George S. Mandeville William H. Thornton 4 l Clarence C. Fowler Carl Halladay Leyton Maris Raymond M. Welsh , 1 Dwight -Iones Glenn F. Read 5' G 1 -V M t-v-vw---4- L y A O l l A .al 's 5 9- . li ii " 'i 'C I ' ww T S S 0 55 ' . ,.. . , ' , I . . tx W MW xllmkjgqxtwxy I Q A ' l ' ' , ',' Page Two Hundred Forty-eigh: wi- f 'nsc.2'L..i Vi?'..2.flEti?Ff.-1f'.'afi:'E77-v ' 1 I T l. v .X W , If 3:2 . , ' v , ' f F Q , Q f- ' K Q' . g S Y V 5 fi 4. Q i i N V i. ul Q' v . if H' P s f 5 a i- 1 il X p ., fi , Q, l i nf, 9 ' Q-N.. , 3 i in gf 1 ir ll I. , V A ? K " ' , ef Cry 'M sk -h if .','l lgll 1' A' ' - Y 4' 'X e EL! ik A le-, 1 ',: V l 1. fi. 527 ,J X E gf' ' ' . ' i ' V . . Q .552 - lftl il . , XYal1llNiFn. lllixtmn llux illiixliir. Snlllall. llicntiin. Smith L lrirlx X .mu Liunninglmrn. lliippc, llaguinuxur, li--v'm'in.in4 llunl, Plxiir l.xlu. .Xxlwl N Vi? l'l.iwlun, ljurtrldgc. Allyn, liitclicri. l l.lI'l. Nlfirrin liliiirnu. Barr-ixw, Hi. ww liff 3,43 Alpha Tau Omega llikl . Fw V 1 '. lfiundcd at llichmiind. Yirginia. Iriui B X' l,uc:ilcl1.iplL'l'.lllii D lx.i lnmilxlgi 19 I, Nurnlwr nil' Lluiptcrx Hi .1 Q: 1' Dau- ouilflixlwul. l ' "'61' v . 1 .V W.--A Q' il, Members in Faculty ,l arvcy' .A . rac .mr LN f . merger i iam . ii nit: 93 ii x D h Ci 1 x ,I xx' ll S xx' iw 'i 5 . . . Members 1n Urnverslty 'ill Seniors iff' William .X Clark I.. Burton Drach Diirrcll XXV, I.x'lc licllxi Y, Siddall V 1 juniors 7 Edgar B, llwi -lohn Al Phiiir Lllintun L 'lliylur ' Pre-Juniors v Will C. Bcntun William C Hagcmcycr Edward 'l' lluppu Wyiniin P. Smith X ' XX'illiam li, Borncmiin xliiincx If llmtiiin Allan ll Hunt lirnwt T. XY?ll'1llWUl'I'1 Sophomores l George H. A-Xxhluy .lack if Cunningllwam George P. Hahn ,luck l.. Oxbornc I Chzirlcx li Vance ' I 5 L ' Pledges Earle F. Allen Benjamin D. Darnell Robert C. Xlartin Vaughn Xl. Thorne 4 Robert Barrowe Bruce li. Hart Phillip 'If Partridge Fred B. Tuttle V Herbert .-X. Bcinw Harrold E. liitclwcn Xlillard lf. Smith Alaincs P. Donnelly 3 . X . l 1 "5 l I J."w: ffm" ' 7 ' 1 f 1. all 'fflf if . , . , , M 5 .': . F , .M lfQ"'l1f?YZ.V 'If ' . ' '- '.' r. r d,,i Mim i - Y ' A f , ' g,i.,L..f..'Z5,dggi3f1'g2gq.LL.',, -- l1X'...g.:-...:' !:::... .. ' . -.L..Q.L- Zi. .il n..fIi 1 2- .11 Page Two Hundrud I orty nine 1 w 1 M. If , . il 'gi .. 4 v-. V - -V Q- . . .1 . ,, .,. .. ,...,.. ..,xLam .-Args-awe fir , wfw . A 5 P58 it ' : MENS INTIERYLOCAL PAN l"-wx Scullwrger 0'Dunncll Duffy Reed l F? The Inter-Local Fraternity Council ll E Officers 4 Howard Q'Donnell ......,.........,....,.,....... President i Charles Duffy .........,..........,..,....... Vice-President 5 Earl Bemis ..,.,,........,.........,.,,. Secretary-Treasurer l Signaa Delta Pi E. 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I-vrn, Klngi 'Xliuiil Bglwiulul, liliwuilumlfr lin-limi Sigma Phi Eta 1, lfwundcd gil . . l'nix'ciwiix'HI'i'ur1uinmili. lull xumlwr Ut Llmmux' I 1 " Q Members in University ll- Seniors ,Xrthur B. .-Xwlimzin Churlcx Ci. Duflx' XX'm. A Hallett ll. . rx l ' il Juniors 2 1 Eugcnc B. Dulfx' XX'm. lf Dunkmun QQJU R, A Pre-juniors U il .-X. Becker XX'm E Dulirul Almcph P. Kcnncl Gcwrgc CI. 'lkwcpfcr Will Alvin R. Bottlcr Luciux lXl Exlcy Dudley Xl Lum: lixcrutt VI, XXVIYIICI' ,L 2 A. A. Brculicux ,Xrnm Finkbinc .Xrthur KI Slmicdcr' XXlm l. XXliw f Sophomores M Charles ,I .Xrmstrung Harry R Elmwrc Gccnrggc Nuuiniirk l,uu li Yun Lahr 'l XVm. K. Divers .Xrthur Ci Fcnnukohl James XX'. Paul Cizirrnll C. XX'intcr Hurbcrt l. Lmw -Iwcph .X LH 1.3 "1 Pledges Nlichael R. Barrctt Frank P. Crampton Robert lluntur Frank X. Owens K 4 Edward F. Brent Allred T. Gilbert George ,X King Gordon XY. Schrocdcl Corion E Brower George R Gricwnbcck Clyde XX' Nlmd sluhn F. XX'iSc l.croy XX'. 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R. Parry H. L. Yount W lXl. C. Collins XY. Xlillcr XV. O. Rumey 4 Pre-junior l' ' E. XY. Proctor . 5' Sophornores 'D ' ' C-. C. Castle W. P, Fcglcy R. A. Russell H. C. Van Wye G. E. Obrist C. G. Smith lil W 4 Pledges N i f F. Himichg B. Lewis V. B. Scocc j. E. Srirh V . 3 . -, V . t Q 9 . --5 b : r ie 9 .-gifs : 645- ,TNA ' X l - 1 E.. 1 Aden- Y '1 ,L , 'AV V . L, - . I , - ' " ' ".YJ4.rL.QL'iE.i..J....g:.mex.1gqi1Q.fJ.-1:. m,..b....-. .f. ,.-....i.,.,., . , Page Two l lundred Fifty F.'-7"'l"e'lWl- . 4" 3.1" PT. 'Y.?"FT. 4- Y?" 'ZF , , is - . . ' ' . ' . . J. fl -1 . l Y 7 Yrqrr 2 I ' 4 ' MA V 1 K M i- 4-M N LLM JV hh . l S ill A 4 f l 1 . E lm . i -if l 9 1 . , l L.. sis 6 gm . . of W4 l 5 6 4 .51 l Si S l e'- l""' I .Li l l l l l ' lilf 'e Lx: l Sf' A ' ef ' 1 l E . l y - 'NI f- r 6 iq kt Unger. Weinstein, Garneld. Raden, Coldmger. Schwartz. ' . glib l Annenberg. Mendel, Solomon, Bergman. Schwartz. Tennenbaum 1 Q lf,-'53 l . 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L . 0 ' 4 W EL Members 111 Un1vers1ty - X ' r fi . 3' i i X Seniors 5 E X XX Frances Bailey Mary Louise Buck Ditty Hayes Charlotte Philippi i ' Wa Lucia Blume Ruth Craven Virginia Lampe Lelia Nell Richey W ' I I if Juniors XX S I Martha Bennet Helen Cromme Margaret Kun: julia Sale l v 75, Virginia Crary Irma liassens Emily Reif Marie Siemer - 1 ' -1' Pre-Juniors 9 1. 3 if Marie Heintz Helen Huseman ' N 1 ff Sophomores l - 'I J lX4argaret Elliot Alice Russell ' .4-.' ' l -Q. Pledges l e .XX lx4ary Bollman Nancy Clascoek Laura Lent: Margaret Richey I I 1 Irma Denman Virginia Henkel Louise McAfee Helen Schimpff X -' - Elsie Ernst Lillian Hoffman Elizabeth Part! Mildred Shacklette Q Virginia Gilbert Alice Kern Yvonne Partl Helen Story i , - :. G -1 A V at A - as M-- .LW L -. - -. W.- L 41,1 ' i ' , -x l 5 " vi I an .. .. fwf- r 7 XX X. X,,. ., ...., 'SF , ,H .. - ' W ' ' ' E . " " l" -4 XXX. v I in L "ii-XXf'fq-X. 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Slruble, lYilhrnxx, N1 Yullfdlll. lXl.irsh 'llzi Hubbard. Xlvwure. XYilIiarns. Lee, Weber, Crain. Suuthgziie T , , ' 44 t i'-793i tn. V' 4 Kappa Alpha Theta gg? . L . D1 , ' ,WW Q . . i Q, 5 ,N ' ' Q , . l:"Und't'd ff' . 'lim ff' , Lueal chapter, .-Xlphti Tau "Tl ' DC lhuw L nivcrllui 'Min 'i'. .' Date established, lvl? 4 ' Xumher -xl chapters. NZ 3 bf- ji 4 . p I . vii :xi 3 Members in Faculty r ' I Marguerite Resor Mary Louise Rutter 3 I lhxif' -5 I Members in University 'PE1 I Seniors is iii E Nlarna V. Brady .-Xnnu l-0uiQe Fenton Nlargaret Heckle Helen Lzipham ' , Helen l-, Serodino ,J-5' i O , juniors j - Agnes G. Boalt Xlary Alice Leding Virginia R. 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Le Seuer, Fillmore, Llewellyn, Vv'eller. . ' A ,N A E if " Chi Omega , 5 I i. . l 'efll Founded at afelti ' . it f h K yetteville. Arkansas, ISGS '72--5 Local Chapter' P' Alpha ', ' - . ll Number of chapters. 72 'xv-4 Daw Cqahllshed' lolz .H ' :ali -TL.. 'ill :E Q 4 i 1 Member m Faculty ' 4i 1 Katherine Porter 0 u c 6 Members 1l'1 Un1vers1ty p Q 3 1:51 Seniors 3: l Margaret E. Bauer Helen Duhlmeier Elizabeth Endebrock Mildred L, Lambert ly - I ' Lenore Lewis :I - Junior J 1 5 Y ' :jf lvlyranda Gradolf Ei Sophomores yi! Helen lvl. Brunhoff Marian A. McCord Elizabeth A. Reinhart Ruth A. Sindlinger D V 1, ,3 , Ethel E. Groppenbacher Ruth G, Miller Eleanor E. Roberts im . 6 V eq Q Pledges A 1 Q H lr' ' Florence C. Altemcier Harriet Le Seuer Juliet li. Naegele Vera Mae Tyner I ll Chalma Fillmore Alice V. Llewellyn lxlarjorie M. Schmidt Sara Weller l ' W' I Bertha M. Miller Isabelle M. Sindlinger Q, L X I , I l A mm" m"""' " .4 A .rf i gf A- N' X f X - " -lu " . ' Sul xv' . N.. 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Klett, Fisher, Seihert, liallartl. I larkness ' xl' Grimes, Hobbs, Spargur, Fox, Clawsun. Stuthing, XYeIler, Ulmer, Bri.-uei vi , My li '- i !e,l,I Alpha Chi Omega .1 N fi h 2 .Q . JW- .T fl . ff. yi M ' A , .Q 5 Ng-aa J 5 N 14. , T 'l 70 e" ji... lql' Dgpauty L!n,ylrellTl :!M!!!lf-,-' Local ehapter. Alpha Delta all fXlun1bernfel1aPters, -li 'fatif-' Duff Cxlalwllxlwcl- llllll Hi V Tj. Ill . l Member in Faculty ,W 1 Florence Otis A 'l I, it Members in University It l ' M l Seniors J :Qt Louise S. Fagaly F. jean Flannigan Helen IXI. Norris Eli:abeth H. Youmans Y 1 Marie Geis E. Georgette Smith tif juniors ' Elsie lX1. Foehr Dorothy L. Xliller hlyrtle Nl. Wood ' 0 - Pre-Junior D - lvl. Isabelle Barrett 1 Sophomores 1 - Dorothy B, Burr Laura lvl. Fisher Thelma H. lilett Viola E. Seibert ' f Claire Harkness lvlarion S. Peters lg 1,5 l Pledges l 5 A Nancy Ballard Ruth E. Fox Ruth E. Oliver Henrietta Weller 1 Wilma C. Breuer lvlargaret T. Grimes Thelma F. Spargur Irma M Whitehouse 1 ' Elberta Clawson Alvina K. Hobbs Rhoda Steubing l . l l sl E " i -3 I -S ' S t - Y .... ..- -. 3 . . , V - V. . . V I 1. ' , "'wjv:::y-:gig f,'."11g'j"- fi: -.--Q 'H'-I'-if . in .1-iz., V fs- ' f-'E' .' 5: - f - . f' .. C :fat "lf:-.v vm, 1, T . , -fi.-ff T 'ffl' -. T T. . -1 it '-:fair .' V "' '. - I A' V ',',.'iQ'y ,pf - tw". ':35lfl5'!.iI sq ,' , Ili I .Q L' 9.31 J., -,il I "1 gtvgfilsg if i W 2 ' , iv i f f ,V . A . ' "5 sf -?5,,,,,vjf. fl I , m,ud3lQSBii.iaa1.-,,.-..-,,,a.,?l,l,.'Sa.i.Qj':1 Page Two Hundred Sixty-nine l i l l i , I . l ,E n VC' 4 fam ' ff ff 1 I 1 l Sc l 3 ' l D l l kbs? C l i l 1' ' F l Sf l l X 2- l f l 'H as i s 'Y E1 l g L' g , 1 . ' 4 l " ' Ss l i is - - . Q ll - lf J X ' ':'p L 'Y 1' 5.55 ,. 5 5 5 L II' - " 1+ 51 U buq: xg.. NX - L af. , i' XlcNamara, lvl. Leighty. E. Leighty. Schoclxver, Onken, Betz, Ellerhorsl. Earls, 0 l Vehrl-iamp, Bnlger. Layne. Walsh. Wellen, Vester. J. Walsh. g ri? if Eshman. Curry. Leary. Earls, Newell. Sharkey, Vllirthlln, Ahlers . 4? s " ' 4 li . Theta Ph1 Alpha .5 2 Q ' Q53 F d-fi 1 1 1' - . 2 llniversity of lXlichgarl?1.LlQlif.l I-Ucal Chaptgr- hpsnon if W Hi Number Of Chapters' 13 Date established. 1010 'fl l W V',o,uf?" " l iii f ' 1.5 ' I in I . 3? E l I Member 1n Faculty - id Lenora Neuffer , l K: Members in University , A Seniors Elizabeth Leighty Marian B. Leighty lvlarie V. N1cNamara Dorothea Onken an g Marion G. Schoelwer v W G juniors g Katherine lvl. Bet: Gladys E. Ellerhorst jeanne NValsh ., 5 , O R+ Pre-Juniors D 1 l l 'ls' Bitsy Earls 9 1- ' x ' Sophomores 1 , , Emilie H. Curry Thelma R. Eshman Catherine M. Vehrkamp jane Walsh N 1 ' l Mary H. Layne Marjorie Vester l 35. l r I 1 Pledges 'i 'P Irene ,-Xhlcrs Dorothy C. Conway Cornelia A. Leary Patrichia Sharkey 5' G Nlary T. Bolger Sarah E, Earls Laura Marie Newell Elizabeth A. Wellen l f' Mary Emilie wmmm l XX, la I W5 1 v A------------A-H --A- ,H n-,M Y , -MY :W -M V Y U zz l . -If ,af i t Q 1 - - f " AAA+ H 1 ff' 55. VI YJ i E ' it .. AX N-YW A in IK M NX 5 Page Two Hundred Seventv i ii D A4 l '1' U V - , 1 " r "lf if ' 3"'f'.'1 1 . '5 77 .. 'VF ' -1' I " . ' i ' -' R i' if-'.iii-..."l'fi:te'5.f5f'.!f7',,.Q.' fa 1 -f?.igg !?..ia. V2 5!.SEgS'.5'7,iE?fi?l?f Q 3 1 5 'i : i ' ,1 .J 1 . 5 if 1,111 i ' - i .a - ,fe me i 9-5 1 xi f f ' - ' If I X i -. 'S ' SEK ' . ' lf' 4 ' D . 3 E., if ' , iq, if, Q . : at , .... 1, - N f 1 . ' i i w - it V 'S .. 2 f 'rl i 5 i V y Q L I -1 V 1-ii x i I X .i V .X . l 'is i r- f " it IT' lin' . i ' Yi'-3: W ,f3L, , .. ,unify n ' 1 1. , fl in N i A it A -I 1 - L M, , ' Aix . xl i 1 . x , ' 1 X' "' ' f Hz' i ' W' l 9 lf Mfl D i D -We V y llerrmann, Bertram, Beckv. Nlilligan. Putt, Viilwn, Alarming..'Xlexander,Scl1nicke , ,K l - l Livingxtiin. Cranierdinfz. Kintlle, Drake. Zeltle. Sloan. Brniikx, Reif Becker. l IQ ' I Schott. llartuniz. Rewxs er. Duran. Herlvt Schueler. l lanauer. .XlwlWil1l limig, 3, 1 i 4 2 ' 'i r i i 24 z , im 9 . ' . 1 i 1' g Zeta Tau Alpha 3455. 3 L, , 1 i H F- tial ' '-5 . i.".i' Q Virginia Stare Normal Scl1lliIll4LlSKlL f ', l-"Cal Chi'l't'3"- -Xlflhd llld K Anil 1" I Numrver of Chaplurx, 'TZ ,fl 'Q UMC Cxfillwllxhfkl- 1031 1 s . , , A s nf 1 ' ' v 4 'l IQ 0 Q 0 I l X Members in University 1952 l ', ' ri ' x i, , Q Seniors . -: :L-, 3 S Irma Becky .-Xnn D. Marting Ruth A, Milligan Geneva Pott ,i 21 -. i.. -.', Mildred S. XVilQon lg.-, l 59-Y .in Q Juniors . , P . . 4 V v. . . "rl CT Q lxatherme D. Alexander Jeanette Bertram Jessamme l:.mlg Virginia E, Herrmann 'l ' . W Q' Harriett L. Schnickc li 1 Q , , ,J ' i il Sophomores L3 -7 il l gf . i Lyslc C. Drake Rhea B, liindle Betty A. Rail' Jeanette Zettlc J A 1 - l Nlildrecl Nloffet jean E. Sloan D3 i LL k , Pledges l l . ,- , . . .5 i Louise Abbihl Betty Cramerding Frances Hanauer beorgiana Livingiton , 'H -S ' Dorothy Becker Mary Doran Ruth lr-lartung Helen Rewwer 5 Lenora Brooks Adele Emig Evelyn Herbit Nlarcella Schott ' , , E l Carolyn Schueler I m- l ' - ' ' 2 m .N I 'Ei ffl ,b 3 1 ' NYE D ' K 'i ' ' I 3 . . , ' ' it 1 we e W wx vw 'A ' ' f V. it A - 2 ' ' r' 1 ' i IIN IA ' ' ' ' Page Two Hundred Seventy-one I3 I , ii In " ii? . in, 5 D Oo- 4 H. uni l 5:5 I' , Q 52 1 'Q .. , ' I e x 3 K . ' K Xi , 1 3 1 w 8 Q ? l. Y v Y J rf ' f , . l A V X N l i i tv l w ,L 1, . Q . I W ' 1 , , X Y if' ,Qing .. - Q, l' "" - " ?1 Eff' i ' ' . 9 ' . ' TW 5 i 4 ta . 's if ' F ' r W . , ., ,. , .P . . ' -l .E f '13 JT' .i.7f' , l z.. , ' . fl h "A' :W ' . 5 5.3 A "FP A' ' Q' , . if A, Q5 .X X 14" E I 'M 'V LJ it W 1. Haffner. O'Ncil, Twomey, lvlcGilIard. Parker, Faber, Becker, Sigafoose. J X, 12 lx Kirsch. Mills. Ross. Whecldon, Krapp. Greene, Weatherby. N I Bardin. Hill. Stoelting. Ramsay. Abaccherli. Hamilton. Rhotcn. Sf: l All Rieckelman, Kienzle, Kelly, Durbin, Thoman, ZueHe, Schmidt. Hanshaw. :S 'l : i' L5 i fl L , Alpha Delta Theta I i .- J 1 lvl . W' i sl' sl atT'fH2221fF4f if szii'5.T2::fz.EF122i ' Cl Number of chapt frs, 9 'fr Gi.. S ' 2 .A- 'ifll L t'f'2f2i::sfs3'.. , xii 1 5 1, ' I 3,1 :J - Y . . 0 if Member 1n Faculty -7 in Q , i "I Elenore G. Nippert l Members in University , 5 Y r wi W Graduates Z'-71' P'-5' 1 :-. f julia G. Parker Norine O'Neil .,,' Seniors ll ' a ,I 1 .x. Helen R, Becker Irma L. Faber Eleanor R. McGilliard Helen A. Twomey QU' , K! juniors 2 i ' l I - Paula R. Haffner Dorothy W. Krapp Vivian Ross Glenna M. Wheeldon' l , Al ' Helen M, Mills Marguerite L. Weatherby W i ' Sophomores , W , 5 Aline Abaecherli Esther E. Hamilton Lola Kirsch Mary Lou Schroeder l ' Thelma M. Green Virginia H. Hill Florence E. Ramsay Frances H. Stoelting l In Pledges K .3 , N Marjorie Bardin Margaret B. Hanshaw Ivlildred I. Rhoten Louise A. Thoman l my Ethel R. Durbin Dorothy Kelly Dorothy L. Rieckelman Helen Zuelie QI 0 Clara L. Kienzle Iwlarion M. Schmidt 2, .1 i 0 i ---..W------s.,-. .. ..,.....,-..,,.- ...... - .. th , . ' ' '- 1 ' o L 6, fi. :-," ji 'ff " W . u.J"'iW e ..w,f15 '1-.fr f , L- , -1 1 - 'NW Q5 Page Two Hundred Seventy-two -o 1 1 , i i I . 1 i AG i V - I V gy , k V ll h ' WTP' ,JE '1' Q ' 5, rr' 'xhrvfif-if -tv w-gm? -v ' --1 TJ-. ,.- . 1-7 V., , ,-., ,., lf' 'F W :Nga elf? -ska WW.-T"'s ..f+.n'F..'i.f -get.:f1114.iii'l21+Cs:,:E'.31,1 i 3. 1 'H ,,4,,,,,,,,,t,t,, at i,m,,NW.,,M.-e-,,. , an X - " i 3 W lg: , 4 K kg' X r J ' i D , i a i i wa, l ' 'f i .il ' 'Q C L " v ' fa 2 ri lil ' f '- ff 1, 3 ,Q 3 g F 5 F . . ". V lf" 2, 1 if , ,l . ' , . T", - S i, ' . A ' ' ' fifijlmg. K , G - A L- f fl L1 ' "ff ' f ' ' 'Q ' . i lk - .- . ,'. - i - X , is Y ' V "M"i3?1 ' X " l ' 4 1 lil if -vi , -RX L . ' " v i will J l 'tl -f J gi rg Wil! l - 5 . . V 'l i i - ,fr if ff ' r fx 1 WTA , ' . ' I ,tg 4 A i W ll i ' 4-G i v 'iii l F G u l . 5 . fy r ' ' li' l 3 Q 3 Bmwn. li Davicx. llentierwn, Greig, Iimig. Bear, lXlat:, Ditl-.trxf-ii. K Q 1 ' X Bucrlxlc, Barker, Brenham. Ahh-att, lflatler, Harmon. Lantlwclir, Xl-inrii, XYy.ilt, fag i I f Bahlwi Giwkur, Lairtl. 'llauht-r, D. Davies. llllner, Ridge, Lwlie. . i A, I I E , 5 Alpha Gamma Delta ,qi if 'fi . 2 ji Q 42 X lTULXI1tlutldl t 5 1 ' -.N 5y,-.mute ifnwkrxlnvu itiiiai I.iic.ilti1.ipier, .-XIph.1l,.zmnia .J V . , kNumi,L.l.,JfCIMPQU1. fig Dale Cxrahlixlietl. lull 63: i g H3 r , ' V Member in Faculty l S , ,. ' ' Annie Laws ' , . l 0 , ' ' 3' Members in Unlverslty ' vii. -ao. ' 7' i i Graduates X f' i Xlarjorie Greig 'lane E. l-lenderxori ' X Seniors A KTl Henrietta Bear Francex Brown Q 1 , X l juniors " if 1 l Rlarion Abbott Elba F. Davies Xlarcella Hader Hazel XYyatt 'I ff Virginia Dickerson Xlabel Nl. Xlat: 4 1 5,3 Sophomores ' 5 W Ghristal Barker Gedge Harmon Ruth Leslie U N U ' W Di Pledges - Dorothy Babbs Dorothy Davies Adele Giesker Anne fXl0nro b ia Grace Benham Virginia Lee Elfner Nlarion Laird Nlary Elizabeth Ridge ' ' LQ Edythc' Buerkle Katherine Emig Stella Laridwehr Grace E. Tauber . I ' 9 i if i i ' iw' l F 'Wwe Q nw A ' it ' ' Ml a A ' H a ll' KW' A X 'A i H 1 l Page Two Hundred Seventy-three vu CN ,rf A ' l l ' JL! it 'lil l E l l. lofi iff, kfl FK' F fs Q' fl I l '11- 4, TP' ,i 4- I i' ll l inf' as O Xl 7-N -5 LV. , l l fflwffl B F ' W - -...' 49 ' - F i -it is Q. 5 4 1 l I x x F. - 1 el 4 FA 1 A E --A-gl l W W ,V N , l , l ' ' D f ' . ' 7: ,al , .- I Y l ' li 4 " " I ' 'lfrgllli V ,, l 9 G l l ..,, , l I fx' 2 Q it 532 '-:gy I Eff l f i ' v , " . ' 4 'ss-'54, V . Q v . . , 3.- , . g l I . x 1 ' F , I LQ in 4 Ot ' A f A I l i B ls l l A -B l 2' 6 l t i Jacobs, Berman, O. Strashun, C. Ciener, E. Ciener, D l N Friedman. V. Strashun, Simon. Murr. Hirsch. Hellwitz, Blank, Rhine. Westheimer. Kahn. i U - . -: l l . l , Q I S1gma Delta Tau , vw r. l l F dvd .Q " . - - - l Cornell LlniverCslir:'.Ll0l35 Dj 43 'J' Local Lhaptgr' Epsllon E F L , 15:-5 - Date established, 1923 , l Number of chapters. 7 H , Q xl 0 l !l 4 ' 1 Members in University 5 t l 0 . ' Seniors Q- 1 l Nellie Berman -Jeanette Jacobs Olga Strashun 2 3 . l r i Juniors 2' 'G l Carol Ciener Ester Ciener Frances Israel ,I I ' D 1 l Sophomores ,I l lvlelina Friedman Evelyn Hirsch Anita Murr jean Simon ' l Vera Strashun , x l , ' i- Pledges ,gl Henrietta Blank jean Hellwit: Augusta Kahn Belle Frances Rhine FILL 1 Elsie XVestheimer l l ii P 1' 5 l Xi il l I l ' 2 Q lf -M K W is ,WB ,,,, ,iM,,,,E1, ----, W-w-Y Y 4- lvl ,. I 61' l l f f Y i f- V if-exft nk' I, It tis Y N K I. F s u aw' X A ml NW . 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Lihfft Ntiwgufxllgelz'2?w3Z31g:,gri'w2T D22 el:stZEIil1ed,2l9l4 ug!! 'lgfl' Members in Faculty y M-fl John J. Becker john P. H. Brewster XValter F. Haehnle Dean Herman Schneider l -fl B. C. Graham Fred H. Koenig - -'li f - Members in University ll ' l' Seniors l H. G. Anderson C. J. Clauss R. Huff L. j. Schwallie It George Bradncr Robert S. Conrow Kirby McCord K. Y. Siddall I William Clark J. Herrman William Miller itil Evening Students . .5 W. F. Arnold C. Harsch W. -I. Knopf G. Vanderbilt O. A. Droste W. H. Hesse lvl. Maddux C. -I. XVahl H. D. Hopf H. W. Ivliller ,KP Pledges ii' Leslie Cocrs Harry Franklin Frank Mills R. Van Fossen C31 . dv-F-M7-FV -ur 'Y A L--.N-v- 77:7-1 v rv 7 F 5 fri -r F i gilq ll, M FF-FH Qfff X F 0 ' f' 1' 'Nw' xywu Jw vxxvf 73 Page Two Hundred Seventy-eight ' 1 Q . 1 -do Q 1, . l E ' . I ,R gt.. - . ', 'Q 1 R ' A, A 1 1 F rf 1 :5 V 8 Jl ' S? .- X 1 1 ' ., ' 1. X I. f ' 4 X 3-is bw. Q N .Q . 1 . , -. -5 , .qw-. . .v 1 X . VY.. ' Y X 1 : 1 .. N ,... 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I--laack Clarence A. johannigman X U? l Pre-juniors W - Evan XV. Chatficld Virgil Nl. Schwarm George Tocpfcr 9' Q 1 1 Evening Commerce , l Albert XV. Goering Carl A. Hiller .Xrthur F. Taylor Louis L. lciclwmoellcr l a 41 -7 Pledges 1 3 -'Q I Lcc Grasfcdcr Randolph Schmalhorst 4 , 11 2 l QU: l . V -"""""i l i 1 ?7 V : yy h . , N a ,m.i,q9f,i Q-, .,K Q. 'fr r 1 , 1 ,. ,, 1'g! . 4 Lg, fl if-.1.:1:l1T,1g.xX' Q, if.. ig, 37331 e-g,L,e1f 3, . H, m V V 311' "D ' ' ' 4' "YY-5' 5" ' '.' L'-5'l"N4"L :fl.'i.'1l:iff ' X ' ' yfli - 'V 1 1 .. 1 xi 1 .lf 'egg V1,,1m1g,g' .- ' 7 Page Two Hundred Seventy-nine i l J 1 -i . L e ----.,,.- .--ae e, A e f -L aw. . be 1 .,., .. , , . L zz Q Q if , a Q, , 4 ,LQ 1 aa f' 1, s x l ' we 'iff ' ' Q A Y 5 1 1 Y h l ,V Y ll' ig l Q l . , 1 I Schneider. Yarwood, Hier, Herron, Hoy. Barber. Roberts, Porter, Lytle, Rose. Bader. Birt. I lxlartin. lvlurphy. Sanger. Smith. ivlclntosh, Nichols. Ely. ' I Phi Alpha Delta , 5 I, l ' F ti d l:45.Q,T7':.lf . Chicago Law SCESSIFISSE Q 2-is aj 1-0081 Chavfff- CHN Number of chapters, 40 4' Q fi Date established, 1908 n 'S y . I Q Members in Faculty 5 f Howard L. Bevis Charles E. Vwfeber V Members in University Seniors H. Lynne Barber Truman Herron Carson Hoy Clare Yarwood james DeCamp Frank Hier Philip Schneider Juniors Ferd Bader Elmer Hudson Loyal Martin Howard Porter Charles Birt William johnson George Murphy Frank Roberts Lar: Hammel Carl joseph Hugh Nichols john Rose Harold Lytle Harry Peckham j Freshmen I Charles Durett Oris Hamilton Robert Murphy W'alter Smith ' Forrest Ely Robert Mclntosh john Sanger is bf ,- 6 .. N 5,1 'N ,J -6 ii D Pl I' I" DS Q 54 2.- Sf Y i' Q gl 75 1.- be O 514 ix O 5 6 n l G E. P 911 f - sl- 4. e Pt v 511 I 96 W E- 1? ! o PI L1 9-- . 2.4 I I ii ei. 4 .ll 'ji Q l :wi f Y., ,f f "' :F 1 Pledges l Herman Goebel Harry Vollrath 1--. ,-.....,....----.... S l e L LLLL .- , -M all wif.. .XVI sic . . - . S ' A -A M HX m. Ik Q RX Page Two Hundred Eighty S . 4 1 u 'L V A. 3 " an ,,,,...,,,,, ...C . L M Y 9 ff 7 iii, C 6 if S 4 Rl' I-Q . .f. - er , ,' i K .If I :rf D ' J. 97:1 i Q ' - -..' h .5153 .-e W l - 1 5 iw l a ' . fi-1 R .rw ,i a Riff ab- ' E, 1 ' . 1 V ' 5 l 'LE i li i i Q Q , . Q1 9 5 '57 o Lai i i lmx. Reinhardt. ixlillcr, Rrisu Bnmn, lXlHFllI'1. Lantz. Arnold ffffil 4 Small. Nllvird. Nl Fox, Crane. lrxxin. NYiltlman. Knoblaugh. Francis ' Trams, XX'ickens. XYiclxcineyer. Stevens, Lohman. lumirxl. I inward. Nlenartl jd isa Alpha Chl Slgma i 9 .' 3 . Q 5 ' " Founded at '.:"Q5F Q' l. A l L'nwCr5lU. uf Xylxumxlnl mu: -'gxizfiifh Local chapter, Alpha Della V 71113. ' V Number of chalPIcrs. 37 Ddff w'l'1hl'Nh"'l' lin" - wr' , 4 lik ' . 03, Members in Faculty Saul Arenson NY. .-X. Baudc E. F. Farnau C. C. Smith F 0 ,I l L Members in University J I' if Graduate I Walter Broker 4 4 D , Seniors ,A ' Walter P. Arnold Marion bl. Fox N. Benjamin Lant: Kenneth E, Moore ' ' i Q Richard A. Brown Harry W. Irwin Charles ,I Lohman C. Fred Reinhardt . l , Q P. Willard Crane Armand F. Knoblaugh Louis H. lvlartin, jr. Arthur Rose ll J 3 ' George A. Fox William j. Lange Samuel J. Miller William E. Small ' v Alex. J. Wildman. -lr. . .3 Q .' . , ' I Juniors ff , X William H. Collison Lester E. Francis Edwin R. Stevens Paul N. Wickens - -1 Donald Crossett Richard C. Howard Charles N. Trame Robert R. lXflcNary ,fl Paul W. Dorst Paul W. lvlenard Casper Wickemeyer A a 't Pre-juniors I if Martin F. lvlatthcws Edward lvl. Norton Arthur Schroeder FEW i 5 Q Sophomore I 4 ' Richard C. Cunningham "H D' '. JW X----Lw..-.E, .-....--. L ,... ... LV... .. , aa.. ,, ,V i .,,Ti . 5 ' . zirnwvf-V -Tw - - TY V V . , . Page Two Hundred Eighty-one Q'- iff G if fi 1 '4 l LLLLW 1 1 1 1 1 l D 5: 1 n 9, f 1 6- 9. A---be 6 N, 1 J C 1 l 1? 1 X 5 U s s 1 .. f lil 1 P. 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'w ' 3 V 'J f 1 WJ fy 2 ' 'A ' k :s,, I ' I V I 3.4 1 . Mil Q- X E 3 f " ' ff 3 V .siyii V .I .. Q e H ' " l" A Ni Y ' L ' . t - r ' , f 'ff Ki. . ,as : . ,H jil "ll 9 -s sv j ' Q fi - .. it .1 v y A-l 4 V, x pf , ., , . V ., i fm' :gf - V , Q. t 1 ,,f Nlaehle. Danaliy. fuller, l l.irt:ell liergman bpizigut. Sesill, lxqn. l7tssei1tlen X111-well if Yan Dyke jones. Il hmilli hnyeler. Bryant, klouling. l lolmer, C1 Vlones, Dttler, Reese. f' Xlenartl, .Xlsoim Franks, Keller, llenderson Bixitllord, llrauiiits, Haul-us, 'I tiilon. l lugli. ,i flolernan. Cheney, Pzrian, fXllller,C.l1ildress Dunn, B-lsr, l.x lt I'--x, Stn-iur. Q Nu Sigma Nu y L-1 , i , rn Lnixersiiy ill fxlielilgixirrifklililili l""'l Fll"lllL'7 F1 hull' A V '17 Numimr uf Ehaplfrxl -gg Date esryilalislietl ISU: .nfl L -f, Members in Faculty L 5 ' w. D. Andrus F. M. ciiamwk D E viafiafm R D. xiaaafix y. B Roberts V f P XV. Nl. Ayres Clay Crawford C P. Kennedy -I. D. lXliller Al. XY. Rowe I A? E. Nl. Baehr H. li. Dunham C. E. liiely sl. XY. Nliller lf O, Smith H. G. Bell Frank Fee C -I. lilfill R. S Nlorris C pl. Straehley a" C. L. Bonifield Philip Gath Daniel Laurence H. G Nelson li Nl. Straeley 1 5, Xl. A. Brown H. XI. Goodyear Dayid Lillard C S Noonan lf O bwart: In R. G. Carothers W. G. Graf joseph Lindner E. .-X. North xl. L. 'lueehter 4 ri R. B, Colield George Heuer D -I Lyle D XV. Palmer li. XY. Walker i G F. Nleliim Yietor Ray ' . big Members in University . Seniors - Elmer Bergman Don Deeter George XV, -Jones Hohart L Xlikesell 'f p Lawrence Cutter Willard Fessenden Rohert .-X. Lyon XYalter .NX Reese ei 3 john Danahy john l3.AHart:ell Willard F, lXlaehle Nliles nl. Seott N V Gerald 'lf Sprague Z -,gf ' juniors l 'fi ' Ben L. Bryant Oscar P. Holmer Arthur K. jot-rling Robert D Snyder l, XYillis Sprinkle F ij Sophomores i N '1 Wilson Alsop john Fox Richard B. 'lones Rohert sl. Norris ' g Carl XV. Backus Arthur H. Franks George XY. Keller Raymond G. Senour 9 Ogden H. Baumes Leonard Haines Robert 9 Leet Rohert lx Smith A ' Vlilliam H. Bradford XVilliam H Henderson Nlaryin C Klenard Lawrence E. Turton joseph Donnelly Berton IX1 Hogle Owen -I. Nicholson Harold X an Dyke J 0 Pledges Q NZ, 1 Charles E Bost William Childress Raymond L. Evans Abel R Miller im l Chester J, Brian Lewis C, Coleman james Howell Xxvilllllfii Nl. Russell li' 1 Raymond O. Cheney John E. Dunn Herbert P. Lyle Hunter R. Sunkle Q N '- "' -"" A' ' -' r'-' ' 53 ,f l g' ' a L 1 5 A g -1 1 25' l " V A F V 3 "" - . 51 H X 1 -- r"""'K' ' Wu ' ':Q"' ' w.R'4lix-4 Hmm: 'W WP " -V Lv - G , i L ,. -. . .L 5.2. L' rm '- sm'-a4:saaasa2f.:.,A--1 1 ,i it f we iw Page Two Hu ndred Eighty-three ' I Fi F F iiii F C 1 v is s u YA P - si ' x i I 1 G l 7 F i . 5 f A fi - i B S ' l be l . l lf -'Q i N. 1 ' os- l IY gi ' ' o l . . Y . I . .. f g lgy g . Wi? - "' ' e E , 19' 5 i E I. E jwn, Z 1 A. at , 4 gf: Ryan, lioeler, Lippert. Cohen. Wallinsky. Nloore. O fr Steingrube. Heyroth. Leary. Leichliter. Biltz. Greene, XVendel, Gordon. Schaller. Arnold. L - 9 e +2 . . 0 Omega Upsllon Ph1 4 1 N B ' 'I ' . " B..-.-.i.,. Efwefgsz :,f'faL1fl'i1s W' as Je g Number of Chapters. 1, .ix K, 5 Date established. 1900 1. i k ' - ' - A L- " 9 e Members 1n Faculty ' julian E Benjamin C. A. HoHing L. Howard Schriver john E. Stemler 54 4 Oscar Berghausen Herman H. Hoppe Reed Shank Walter H. Stix Clarence W. Betzner Edward King Salmen K. Siebler Elmore B. Tauber , I-5 R. R. DuCasse Sidney Lange Francis X. Siegel George B. Topmoeller K4 1 - Albert H. Freiberg A. j. Light Charles T. Souther Edward A. Wagner 9 E on Alfred Friedlander j. Louis Ransohoff john D. Spelman Hiram B. Weiss Q- "' Y A. C. Cveringer Augustus Ravogli Ralph W. Staley David I. XVolfstein :. g I H. H. Hines Victor Ray john R. Stark 'w Members in University G 1 Seniors I ' 1' j. H. Arnold j. N. Cordon Cv. G. Holdt A. W. Wendel Q l F. F. Heyroth j. A. Leary D I I l J juniors 5 5 l S. G. Biltz C. F. Byers H. F. Deubel P. D. Moore ' W n L. lx4. Niesen l i if 4 Sophomores j. S. Cohen j. S. Koeler W. H. Lippert C. R. Steingrube ,J - ' C. S. Greene j. W. Leichliter W. H. Schaller C. VV. Virtue 1 l ' A. C. XVillinsky i L . x l l i ' Pledges at 5 1 V C. N. Burger A. A. Draper j. j. lwlayerick H. B. Thomas l Y 1 i Q A -se--A-be-A--M eaae -A -A-M as fn . . F .A A A . beef ht Ng! xx!! AU. wi L -, i - .IB IR I0 IA Q M IK IK HX i Page Two Hundred Eighty-four gef UitH50.awm'w'?iuGRQSf A t 3 . r5'21!ffxf'5 Q rg' .. 4 x ,1 1 gf, l , i '4 V 3 4 l l ,-x T l '- A . ' 1 " 13" ,s vrq I Q ' . 2 i- T N 0 f r T ' , . ' u 'f 11,-' - , .J "N - . ' i -'f P ., " T ' - rg t A . f, E , we L n It il' 1 f' . i , l fx 1 I X J .K . l ,E Vg. is gl V C Y , A Q llanson. lglc-rd. XYard. XYidcriliwL1w, Rtnntr. Bowen. Bill: ' Klunns. Dt-arih, Bt-si, Carinnn. Nugenian 1 '- ' Gillespie, lllL'NlEiI1v..l, R ushr Urmand. Rnsulwr-lol-1. Sehradin. Xtlwly 2, Q' 4 l I , . i Alpha Kappa Kappa N f ' 1 0 - 53.111, ,F me klwvliiitlutlxali if Q. J 1-mil Li A , C1 y K am -' D:i:::235'2.f:ciLif.i'.if2: " I '-',w2f:iQf15', I E .,l . . ' Members in Faculty 2, A. C. Bachmeyer C, A. Caldwell Frank Lamb Robert Sattler "HE O. V. Batson Arch l. Carson C. A Mills Rufus Southworth A. Bell Frank B Cross E XY Nlitehell D A. Tucker b al john Caldwell W. Xl Doughty XX' F. Nlurphy -lohn Xl. Xlithrow 3 , H. L. Higgins C Oliver 'Z 9 . . . if Members m Umversity lf' T Seniors N 0. P. Allen Xlalcolm B. Hanson George Renncr XI. A. Xlidcnliouse 2' -Joseph Bowen George Lyford Harry N. XYard tl juniors Marshall Best O. A. Dearth Robert Howard W. E. Nelson R. L. Bilt: Frank Downey B fXflcGinnis Frank Ormand gg! NV. B. Carmon R. A. Gilreath Nl. TX'1cNecley Xl, F Ridlon FTS James Cowl F. 'lf Hege T. A Xlunns D. E Stcgcman V f XY. T. Lngard , N' Sophomores I H. R. Fullerton Byron Gillespie Thurman Perry Thomas Rush f cr, Mitchell Ganim Robert Hiestand C. Rosebrook Lester Sanders was l-. Schradin F1 Pledges J Carl Borland H. IX1. Butler N. Patterson lX4axwcll Roscndale 'I Kenneth Brurnbaeh Herbert Conway Amos Pcrsing Harold Wiley , Charles Olcott Clovis Phillips 5. t A C r v M--- H . . C.. . ,-.,...-...-..,..aC..e.,o... .- W -C SL: .xi --.. M... . . . , H 7 ,V , . Y Y ii lv V ylllimi a ii . A 7 ply 7 A L I T ' t D VH lil p pp IF. p NX W '. RX Page Two Hundred Eighty Eve 'sg , :. Y . QQ, - Q ie - . - 'af ' - Q 5 2.2:- M . " -' Fi' Q f " 'f . .SIM :51.?N' '-:r E3 x ' ,,1g:sA "f"J,f" f b , f. X Q, b 5 , 5 A y U b ,Q ,. Q ww., ,:hf,w.N . " . 5 if 'Z ' ' ,Q W. N, - 3 ,Q I If 1 Rf N,,,y"'gi Q .QQ V, 09 . " I , Q '-qi my -Mia- , 3 .57 K if M , .M--,..v.,, gm ,pg Q.. . ' lx ., v Q bm-.255 mm , ,- .t fw, fr - - A X ,SSW K ww YANYN ' "I "f m 1 ' i b t nf Q :':'W'If 'x" ' . 'fi' V , gli 1, , -i'--w 32 X' wx , ,A lr. .I A Q Agri .bg . QW: ,.. jaw, -A A H1 NM. ..ffx.,.w- .ww H Q Q 1.'N", up I , ' VN! JL X ,Q iw? 1, , amy BL , IRNET woogs LAKE A 4 ' V- - - Y ., W W, , f '11 , ,""r'4 '11 V M u . 1 -H 4 X nn 1 - - ' .4 'lg 1.1 -12 :,LJtL.if' f.L.,.'g" .1 ' 'l H H i C -Aw-,W b L aff 1 . + l L 1 5 4 l I , , -. ' l f , i Q . , is me lf' 1 .1 s i-nv .sr W - iii? i :fu e V. Q' G I ' 1' l' ll ' ,Z k V " Z ' ? 1 ' 4 N Q D . l i ,f f V ' t . , La l ' tl X2 I, I ' U - f l Il , on- I ' A- s l i v ' . X 'Cn 1 I P . W W f Q -W ,v . , of , . Did Q 3 'hr 1 . v J A Y fd l -' 1 I In , .: i ' - ' 9 l ig. 5 - 2 'ii ' 2.- : -4 4 54 r fr v , v f Y 4 . .f ' vi I 1 I' l' P' V I .f ' i El V ,ga f ' , . i Q ,I 0 if-l i is .iff f a 9 f- if if 'ff W FI' xl' v Y . M I W ' K iff v ' .J f v' . J! 4 5 ' ' X I I "T hr I .- 'U -. . , X A 1' G rl l lengstenherg, Sherk, Porter. Halloran, Rohdcnherg. lxiarvin, Cobbs, Schroth, Paul. Cass. Q l. Rem, Graham, Ottelin, Doughty, Hueneke, Schoonover. Lehold, Reps, Shong, Skinner. I H-Q' Spademan, YVlcNelly, Regan, Dick. Castle, Kendall, La Camera, Allen, Scobee, Crosby. . Q 7 l Gavey. Dickman. Slires. Green, Landl. Schwartz. Ahlefeld, Gregory, Cooper, Phair. . E il PDQ Phi Chi ll 4.-i 9 . , Ll Founded at Burlington. Vi , 1880 Local chapter, Upsilrin Zeta y if Number of chapters, 53 Date established, lQl7 rn- P23 i " f i . - lt 'A Members ln Faculty 0 Richard S. Austin R. bl, Erickson Albert Mathews Carey P. McCord ' I Nlont Reid ' 4 t . . . . l Members in University i .' . P., : . fl Seniors Q- WA Ralph O. Cass Charles Hueriekc William Porter Irving Sehroth W ag - Leo A, Cobbs Louis O. Lebold Dewey H. Reps Edgar A. Sherk ' . .X f ig Francis Halloran Warren Marvin William Rohdenberg Olen bl. Shong 1 ' , Hugo Hengstenberg Raymond Paul john Schoonover Homer Skinner I G , LJ juniors , I 3+ Richard Doughty Harry Kendall Andrew C. Ren: Loren C. Spademan 1 is Paul Graham Conrad Ottelin Robert H. Scobee . 5 K- i Sophomes David H ,-Xllen Samuel S. Dick Harry E, Landt Vernon E. Roden ' Gerald H. Castle Herbert W. Harris Roscoe C. IVlcNelly Virgil E. Zigler Harold O. Crosby ,joseph LaCamera William L. Regan , L- r- ' , Pledges , 3' ' l i Charles B .ihlefeld Anthony A. Gavey Edgar F. lmthun Iwiurray L. Rich , 2, J' - fvlaiirice P Cooper NVarren W, Green NVilliam IVlacElroy XVilliam S. Schwartz l X l Sylvanus Diekman George Gregory john Phair joseph D. Stires l 3 s 13 L. l 4' n C5 0 'll l rr A 'A -vi X 1 QW '-, i Q m C C at fn ni ax fax RX i Page Two l lundred Eighty-six O I ' E'i1'1.2E-TQBWR--fmrg-L , ?T'?W'Q?? ff: ' I-i11"f'1 1 fir rw -I -,L 4. he D. -.....s.s..NL- y .. ,. , J. ' .4iL.L.w-.. .ALM - ' ,- '- .1 1. ', , ,, N ,A jf 1 A J I, 1 ,313 , I , ,, , 11,5 ii I Iv,-12 I f 1 ' . 1 , is fr 1 I- -VI u. -f 1 :sf I ' 1 Q . '53 Q.. as . R 5' 5. K 1 1 .I I U , ? A , P, L5 K .. , I 3 - ' 'Lai ., 1 2. 1 ,I v ,Q 1 . 4... Q . ' , -- -- . .. , . I-ef WI . , I I S ft, 7' 'a ' I - f ,Q .,, , ,- , f, - 1 , v I 2 fri , ' ' ' ' 1- 7.5 . 1 ' -'4 4 I vw I 'I' 1 - 1 .. 4 JI . i , ' fl !, T1 , 1 -ry ' 1 Q I "1 I : I 2 I me ,f es. 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Xmluiwiii, l lm ilmld. Klniurli X- 'll Clin'-11. lir-rlllnL:ui'. R-vxiifigly, lfrnw. Sliaxx arg. .kg ,X . -3: Alpha Alpha P1 -Q 1 X :Li l -52: N I Huniliil .ir Nwgi? 'U Lllilvcrsitx -iI'1'inunnali, lllf-l l,iil.il Lli.ipluI'. .Xlplm ' ,X ' Xuinlxr iii Llmplui's, l '1 l X l 'zur , i Q f , RX i X i X Members in Faculty ii I rr , 2 Katherine: Dcnsford Bertha Xl, lflaspcl Plwclm' Xl. lirindcl Gladys Sclluxx' X X - X Neva lXl. Stevenson - . Members in University Will , 4 i fd' 1 3 Q i Seniors ' X1 E Hazcllc E. Baird l-lclcn NY, Crouch Yiula Grace Lloyd Ruth 4-X. Stedman Q v Dorothy Bolscr Cecile Xl. Hickman Gladys Garner Shaw l.uuisc Xl Thcobald l I . i i , ,. ii juniors i . . , , 14? L X I Lida N. Anderson lxlabcl l-. jones Laura E. Rosriaglc lX2ifl'lCl'll'1C E. Trollingcr Xajgi -3 ' lvlildrcd E. Carson Nlary Evelyn Nlcrccr Nlargarct Lou Strayer "ff .: i Haj 2 -is J 9 '2 3 P' if-.a..,.k.-,,, f, , , LH , a Y, Y., ' V - i yi, 5 4 l , N :BJ 52' s s s h 4 H1 f f Wf ii' JL 0 Q, ' ,lf 'Ll 1' 'N il 'ff'-'r-9 r n 'i .i.'!,I ffl 1 sfE"x' '- 3' Z. it .5 i ' 'AJ' - 4 ff, , .. .43 , 15 H3-' gl- ! ,, f kg ' PVS 5. wi V. 11 57'-wiv? -95335, f iff" 'HT7 - ' Nl ' Q ' 'AN - n ' ' -'l' ' f ' f fi '-JM -f '5"'1i,-li'!e- '- si.: il 1 X X ,, X -i,,X X Wm. X, N X XX,-5,4 Af . , 'f gf 3 X ::XX,XAdv..X X FX gg m r X 15. i Page Two l lundred Eighty-nine Q WS MMIIWV YWSWWQIXYHWNWRPK if ' rx , o Q o m m gl ,V 7 -2 .FIA 3 'WP H I it YN XD f 13.1 Pl-fb-Q , C pq .,-3' 4 l 3. 3.42: 'DWI ,sf Q iggiii if'i 'i'iLi'Ai'Q ,- -,Ai 5--li -,Ai -ff if 3 i U 'S' I vu V x ' E ' Y 1 3 XY-gg I M , : ,f l Q ,553 ,:,' f I ' . gg ,,wi7,,, ,, Qllllwg-,gg-Q.: ji V 1 F U lbw Sufi . M A I Q 1 ll ll! ff ll ' . ' xg an 5,50 kfsgfffffffx ,Q 5 ,,,, AA h I I fifflflg fff, E fl Qwgfff I 3 Q ' j N. 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T reasurer l X lg 'JD X Members Elected from the Senior Class of 1924 j Dorothy Atkins Lawrence Kahn Lily Ortner L Donald Beddoe Gladys Kloak Kathryn Petzhold fi , y Howard Dresbach Dorothy Koch Katherine Porter Q Howard Fineberg Mabel Kuntz Sidney Regner f V L Marion Geohegan Mildred Nathan Francis Todd If l .gli -f i 'D s- 3 Q2 , 5 L ', ly VI 'Wf Wi -H 'Y' 'Ui L ' AN AX ,Al ' m L IQX. .ix , In Page Two Hundred Ninety-two -. -0 i i -J. x 5 lf V Y V W v- i f 1-1 . gl F my v 1 ity X 1 -5 . , , Av, 1 r .. 'K ,, 1 x ' s' ' ' l l .- , 4: 1 Q i i i . 1 " ,'..-352. i i it ww A 'tr 1 T I X . i 5 1,:1 I ii llv, N is- 1 . I X I . ' li I LE ...wi 1bk ..4 1 lu. 2 1 Q Q-:fl .x f l X ' fix l fl I C I ' 1 Q 5 P 1 ll i' l Q 1 i c . f ' 5 l 3 5: 2 .I i 3, ' l . y g i i V T w A l Lx l 1 H l I l si,-1. Q 1: ag i i g +- lvfl 1. A .4 . 'Si M t if l l K I I , E 1 ' ' e ' I i I T' ls. l I Andrews. lfilu. Rollxuigc. Senf. DH-.ldx Li-hinun I Congleton, Parry. Yugi, Yiiunt. lziilsufl. Arn-iltj l L 0 Foxx ler. Loch, Button. Hallelr, Thcirsch. fxliiiire ' J 1 - l a . 31131 "1 y Tau Beta P1 bg?- i 1 ki' P: '75 l Tn: I Lehigh jg 2 Local chzipit-r. Bela ii- it Y '4 l Number ol' chapters, -40 If Daw established. WI W A A A I ai" 1 1 f i li f . R32 I Ji l, Honorary Members 1n Faculty i Dean Herman Schneider A. L. Jenkins A. M. Wilson lm, i Members in Faculty X L. lvl. Alexander R. E. Hundlcy H. L. lvlillcr C V. Theis 5 A . W. A. Baude H. li. justice W. C. Osterbrock E R. Theis -.5 Us H. A. Dangel A. H. Knebel L. F. Palmer H. A Wolsdorf in W 5 'I . 'lf Members in University .'-'11 Seniors M 'E Orem C. Andrews Ray T. Congleton Christopher Loeb Harold E. Senf MA. 1 Walter P. Arnold Earl F. Dodds Charles Lohman XValter Thcirsch ' , 1 Benjamin A. Batson Ralph NV. Fowler E.4lienneth lxloore Rudolph Vogt ., Charles T. Button William A. Hallet William R. Parry H. L. Yount V9 ' ,S Edgar A, Rollwage I l' 2 ' Honor Man in junior Class ' l Samuel T. 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Q - 'R - 2 . , X -. i Members in Faculty HQ j Cv. A. Hedger C. W. Park B. C. Van Wye z' ' 5 R. C. McGrane Carl W. Rich .ft . . . Elf. Members 111 UI11VCfS1ty 1 l-lerbert F. Baker Edgar M. l-lymans Maxwell Meyers A Forrest Ely W. Walker johnson Levi A. Olan l up i ' Leon l. Feuer joshua Liebman -Julius Tietz llfi' I i Frank Hier Robert G. Mclntosh Charles F. Virtue K4 1 . to.s . , H,,-W,--,, hmmm,-MWW Til . ' I , -' . Y C ' KWH ' Y SV Q Am MR 41 LA -V pf o, . . . iw, 1- ,iv iv.JaQ!,.w 19 . p C AX an ni p pm ax H Page Two Hundred Ninety-eight -zvvfw .fev- b V '- H. V7 X '7 f Q5-'YN 'l wli'il7"3.n'N'T' n fl-225' .ff-WMF?-' V" V75 Lf."-W" ' " if! f.. if T"I"f."" N - ' ' -. firms. ......-'QL . fifiizafl-...igill...1 , all. .. V r ff ' 1 lydfq ' it 4' l"':'Il 9 F 5,21 iq .. , do l Gil L S.,-1' 3' Q 6 a Q .?'.:Q.5 "- .2 ' ",A W - I V? fi ' ' we . ' .. ' ', l , :'9Pfi. jj I .5 -L I 1 ' , ' A ,x 3233 Q ' . if -ff .. t .A y - - W U 1 .VA S F T-:ir i a 1 Atxx W" -. l . Ye N . .-,-, .Y s .I-Q 1: ' "Il - 'v 'xl -1 - ' . ar if W I "1 . h' -1 Vx vii B . F F Q ' lf X x ' . fa ' WNV A fr km ku W N Y l,.i.': , ' eff. Ll fNlClY1U'Xl1. fNl'JXCFX Schxxallic. 5l1'YR'V. lussels--n, XX'iltlm:in, Brx am. l,2iXlllI. Sidtlall. Iii-' . VirLue,Unuld, Levi. llxn1aii1s,L,ui'xxln. kiuyiniin. Xlillcr. Btrlkl ll Viv urs! Ruud, Kiamplwll. l,isthL--ll. XYin.int Xngel, lfabmg. Barlwer, lfmnl-l 1 litme-i'. 5 ' ' Srl ,Pill . . 5, P1 Delta Epsllon pifii L. .1 if . Founded at Syracuse L'niversitx'. 10410 Local cliaprer. Lnixcrsxix 4-I L ineinn at 'N 'FZ Number -if chapters, Mi Dare cstablislied. WZ? F1 i ,. if If o 1,45 3,4 Members in Faculty ... 4. F. R. Byers C. w. Park A. F. Stanley xv. s. Wabnit: u 3 Q lfic'-' . . . 5-1-l i Members 1l'l Uruversity "jeg . if: I-. f Seniors '- gg A. F. Knoblaugh Robert G. Ixlclntosh Leslie Schwallie Clarence F. Virtue iw il Harold H. Layritz IX4axwell lvleyers Kelly Y. Siddall A. bl. Wildrnan 1 . ' F 7 Q juniors l .1 Ben L. Bryant Paul Cayman Kenneth Gould jack josselson l ' J, Croff Stoner i 23 i - Pledges . gif!! ' H. Lynne Barber Robert S. Corwin Edgar lvl. Hymans Burnett Reed 1 5 Fred D. Berger Howard D. Fabing Edwin K. Levi William Vogel LW I l ,g Harry Berkdoll Chas. E. Franklin Jerome A. Lischkotl' Austin Winant f 4 4 james Campbell John W. Humphries Samuel J. Ivliller fl . . S . .,..,...-.,....- -- ..... ... . .. . H . l l 5 .QM r I 5' Y i V l . 1, W ' ' ,. Y ' ' 'Xl " Z, r, . un Q- fi? film.: ' ' I- V V Q, .F Lflfffftli U HY ,K V ' ff 4' W F ' .nr ' .. .'.t 67 'T' 'dx' 1 ' lil it' " C113 x 1' Page Two Hundred Ninety-nine : f i g ' if R t t l i 1 it l if 1 N eq .- . .14 1 - L lj! A 1 me ' Boyd - 1. lgff G4 Scabbard and Blade -ing M H .iq ::T:fj7l:ifL C 1:5115 C, Qgh Reggmfn: rj N' Date established. l-723 I A Members in Faculty 'f fxla-'or Paul E Herman. C. A. C. Captain james A. B. Gibson. Ordnance Dept. bg Captain Ponter Loxrrj .'-C 1 C. A. C. Lieutenant Chester K. Harding. C. E. Ui' Captain C.iior: D. Hinge. C. A. C. - Lieutenant vlohn B. Hughes. C. E. Lieutenant Xorwood C. Cveis. C. A.-Res. W Members in University Seniors x 4 Thomas D. B-offs E. F. Ireland E. H. Smedley i' :. Co-meg Raloh L. Kirby C. Nl. Virtue 'Q R. D. Hynes H. P. Schroth R. Vogt la Juniors bf' Richard S. Brown B. Gialdini Clarence Rawhouser ri Gera.:-A. C011 an Cliiord E. Harkness Richard G. Savery 1 Rau. ll . Dots: Clarence johannigman Eugene F. Seiter rf-. f - - L. ,-,-,,- 3. D..,,,.,.,,.a,.l Ransom D. Landon XX1lIOYG E. Lessard ....C.,. ... ..-.......5. ::'e" l-'F"Q:' Lee-.. .. ..... .- KI f W5 -o Edwin Walter C-. j. Zimmerman rf 'f Q xt , f K ,J af 83 , if Q 91 . 7 52 , QQ- bi: Q I Q xl yi 'L A 2' G O I 4 ii 0 91 - ,. E 5 215 Sw 1 if if' x fi if p 1 Q l lf , . :- 'lf -- 5 t 0 W A V a 'Lu swfqxl 'AX mp IA Rm mkjkxamf Zi 3. .- in 0 el . 'L..?ls.-. f'F-'f.Jg52.f"1's.e1 E Hi l f. , . 3 3 1 61, .. ' '7-I :Q '9 -0 V 1 : 1: W ' 1 , 1 ati' l' i 'Q j 1' 5 ' ig 1 4 WE 5- 1-1 ' ffw Nf 1 F 'V' 7 . 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O XX'.al:cr Ekrhanii X-iff: lf:TQN?xit,f' risk E1 :X M X Ruin fx N Y 1 it' "1 ' if Ti . L4 , x-.1 .X .. 1910 b i 1915 Igqo Qi-ii'S'x.i . 'Q 1 'fi 1599 1905 11.9 E'Ix'i,37i'i'i i Aibifxg ' L1 A P- V. ki ig 1 5 -5: 1 ,wg 111, 2 -N .....-V vw., .. :1,,. :gr Q: 1: . 1-, -1 1 1.7.51 Q .Nr 3-'3 X AW' Sql ,371 f " 1 -W ' 3-if-ff 1- H -ww. -. -' - A . x. Tl wxxv..:X.1 ., is V Emi: X. F 3, ,f---, 3 17 , K ,900 1+ 1.11 1911 Q K W ,A ,W , , A-. L34 F- TI Lu. " 1 f 2: ffl.. 1 1' 7,5 my if - ' . 1 X, ---- - :- - X .-Kina Irvtix flu: R,5.A-5x .. ii..-xi T i Y-in :xggqg H .Xiu -A ' ' ' ' " H P 'E Lfxtg' U. ',-1' Ri :vi NRC 11-5 ffxfm A L I .iii A f W L ' K , 1901 F111 X114 X .ici 11,11 g""1"' 3 1 1- ' SXQT, V .1 , . Ci1.3rl's R 'rwdxix 5 IQIT if Ni- 1 19:4 f . Hcnrxs Bcgtlcx xx , , R Vl?l? ijt 'A XT: ,IC A U W if XP, I Smarh Hxck-:f111.x'pcr 1'3Lfw'1:'A,k,x RX' fd l Exif. Pjlgxf N fix: rv-as .7 ,K 3 :X H1-Zkcnlfx pc? Liklfzi xy .2 iimk ,X .. 535 J i.:".3r.gx " 1931 Nix -ri?" .7 ' X117-dliw--wt ' Efffl .Q Xifx.-g 1 1 RXK .211 51 . 2 .- i A fiff , , 'E Q Q 1902 Ergzig i?E1g,?f.1:i.zf XX 13-Zglfii. ,- X Exif .. ff .N gf..-'gxfl A ' 1 Charlu Pcrcrx .'N.7: K 'hm' ' H-172 315i5-3"5'7 Rx 25" -5'4.f1:?i"' Fr Q ll'1.E'f 14 I 1 Robqrt Krcmtcr 1-7155 xx.Yf.k71 s X " .ff -4' " X1 'if F E51-'cf X' ' mf! 0,41 XXI-f-Hfff If 1913 1915 5-4-..-i1 QNX' -' 3'-. -- 5 xx ,fe F 14 7 ' Hugh Buss - R txt H.g::-. Eifftiiri R.:.'i 1' Y in P-VN . g- T R13-Q, 'Z 1 Colman .Xvcry ffmn!?g'mC -F -H1 Xfwxagrtr 51471 Xiyfii ff 71774 --Q-1 xi Stuart Xxkfiikil' RNXTT xx k-x...,tL11 R gzxaxz H -xi f 1-13713 ixrattx Zl.i:.2' .I Ha- 'x I n Ramsey' Prokuxco I's,.,.,HN KW! XX . . sr' I1... Ij.E'x.Q 1.2 Q T1 gfixi X1 5 12'-'LN 1 Q f SZJTXYQLG'-111557 155.1511 rilffzu 1 s-. LQ: f 'X XF ' " 1935 -fx .nth I Edxxm Huzchms gww, M451 Q Ox M 4 bf' K5-'fq Q . ' ll :WV V 5 W 1 R..1.. AL, .4-..1,.., 1-1 .1...:V ,.x,,V,g 193: .J .ll VrY-T1- I 190,j ".a11'-qu L...::'1 LiJl,ET r . J-:K 1 K V1 -- T +-A - 1: Q 1903 WUZX., xlzlzwha.. ix ' xx 7 I-3 H3334 Q ' ---5 --f1H:'A X11 J. X'-'f 'fx Xi: 1.-'rg A s - 1 , Euitacc Bill lRai:Q XX 1I.1.z':w Rst Sxigrxfcrj- XX 5 ix Hgfw . Agn: Xiaizgr -X ri-' Nia". '. ' I Edggr Xlckllzxrfr xXf11.1m E-V. u ' "" Ni' " XX 13" Xi N11 fx -:X '- "TT -4 3 73 5 L- X X'1fiX"T 1 Hind Shcphcrd XXA.a't:' Hg:--T: XX ' ,1-'X if"1.tj'. QQ.: XX :QQ Y QSC-1 -1 '--' fx Xmff - 't XX'1!l1:m1 Stlcfntan 15'c1i1'..1d' K 'x'NZJ1x 1 't i1.7N'i 5 XX fg"N Lg'-.11 yuif' L .X X . 5 4.1. :Z 5 .,.., ,, M , -H-N, , , 1 , , , , , 5K4 lil' . 513 ' ' 5 . Q f f 0 R 'N Q N 'F 1 ei Orff il Y, 1 i 1, li 3.611- iw., E. , If i V. w tfa f i QA! ' ll N .v 4 f LL 4 I lin 3 F 4? las .AJ i 9. .E .rv 5. ' X, It in ., tilt l i l Tfll lei . 5, H. ,. 5. lit s 1 .Xl i 1 L., P, ln' 4 llif. 1 11 iw. K, 5, l, ru if lat' yi i, -vi, V:- lux' Wx L. ,ea .N V l l ,I ,,. .nj ,f ,il A iii' J' -Q .,i' J 1 ,. 'i ink l .,...-..,,.-agve. f 1- ...ef Y,-.r,..-.....,....a?...,,...,,,14 ,ff nfl- f J , i 4 '- bb. ii: . , Lantis Brady January 13, 1913 Sihyl Heck Lucie li. Frank Ora lvlageer Cirace Nl Gilhert lvlariun Fisher Cvraec N, lvlathexxs Cira Wagner Edith Kirschner Bertha Baehr Alice V. Stephens Dorothy Cummins Roberta XVhallon Elizabeth R. Little October 13, 1913 ix . , Endelbroek Evers Richey Heckle Onken Lowe Lexx is Riley Strashun Schoelwer Buck ' G S MySt1C 13 F1 und 'd. University of 1 . ' tcincmnstiv 1013 lxumber of Chapters. l May 13, 1915 Sarah-:lla Emerson Sophie Vi' Brunhofl' Eleanor ldeson Vera C Daniels A. Eli:aheth Louis Edna E hlartin Ann H. lXlcCregor Dorothy Stevens Clara Virginia Walton May 13, 1916 Dorothy NYisherly Ferry Helen XVright Helen L, Sarwine May 13, 1918 Nlargaret Green Dorothy Cone Mary C. Steiner Marguerite Reid Catherine Snow Katherine N Kreidler Evelyn lXl Enneking Hulda Brackman Louise Hall May 13, 1919 Betty Spalding Elaine DeBecl-Q Helen Knight Helen Linnarel Olivia james Agnes james May 13, 1921 Eliza D. Richey Dorothy V. Britney Louise Kreimer Annette Fillmore Elinor Driehaus Katherine XVithrow Phyllis Newman Roberta Johnstone Corinne Scheiftle Louise Pochat Ruth McGregor Dorothy Huff Edna Pfleger May 13, 1923 Alberta Schwartz Mary Fuqua Turner Lillian Morris Dorothy De Beck lvlary Elizabeth Kun: Celia Scarborough Dorothy Beck Tressa Beirne Dorothy DeArmond Betty Fisher Emily Cilley Scott Katherine Turner Petzhold !, rg .. 5 3' S 5 EG D 9 1 .Y 95 4 :gs 1 . 4 e I Gn- ? 5 E O 1' 6 O al 5 1 Q 0 4 0 at Ov LI l 9 Q 6 E OO' E W Ruth G- Murdock Ama 14. ceiiafius Maw Kramer ' ' Ewlm D' Sherwood Iunc sniffed Bancroft Qiffcfulgfsxtt May 13, 1922 Katherine Besehorman Genevieve philips Anne I-ian ' xi. U B0 I Ma!! 13, 1924 . Jflm Bardlg , ,. Nlargaretta jones Roberta Stoehr 1 I mam ebmger l:li:alwth L Yan l yne 'Marv Louise xx-Ikon Dorothy Hayward lVl3Ff13 Bfady ' f Helen C, Tayl-ir ' ' ' May 13, 1920 Mary Louise Nickerson lXlary Louise Buck M- Kalhfflnf PHE'-C Russell Ranson Reland Miller Elizabeth Enclebrock r- Rulll Al ullllCY Ma 13 1917 DOFOUWY H'-Ill Anita Dolle Ruth Evers lN1arie Krelaeid y ' Ritith NICC-rcgor H3.,e1 Burk Nlargaret Heckle ' Dorothy Farrar Anne Knight Al VCU! lVl'33'CVt h - . - Lois Cooper Eunice lvlarie Crowe Hennclla Nl' ,Bf3d3' hiTZr:eLIg?:S ' 6 ,lean K. Taylor -lane Louise Schmid JQTCIQX 'lsoflk Y 6' . F Y 5 N1 Y L . iwlary E, ciCllEi!'lLli Laura Belle lXlcNutt Dart Z" P 'OEF' 3 anne ry an anus Else Brunhoff Esther Philips Isl ff ST, Edith Paddock U Dorothea Onken Ann Louise Fillmort Florence Stuart l .. ulloc Nlafb' Ruth .lCml50n I-Ulla Nell Rich?-:Y l Louise Sheil . . - Clara Ballentine Burnette Alexander Edna pncgcr Helen Beldefwelle Bess Rlleb' E l' Alma G. Sauer lklargaret Hasemeier Xwmfred Zegtel Josephine Crane Marion Schoelxver Madoline Serodino Mary P, Corre Olivia james Martha Vordenborg Olga Strashun 2,1 5 fo , if' -r 23' 575 I." X . . . . ' ' ' " C' " 'F' " Efxi ' . 3 M0 . NW QVC 3 l 4' r Q. re , 'vi X-.kj.1:Q!'m,1J1. V - l Page Three Hundred Two A . .... e ee.. 1 .Q ' P i - f-77 W 'P' ?5'4?T'f"'f5' ""73Tiff f 7!"'i'S 'iE'f'TT"Q"i 'i....,..iZ.2...i"- i RL gli! JH - '..f.pF1aif:...Y' '3 .'..J.hi-.ITE-- 4,-.'lefxS..ig,.4a .."'.pgii?i' B , FQ , . 'Dyna Vu,-if , . ., f 'A' A' A lf?-G -If D . 'ns tl 2' C ' firm g-1: Lil E fl I Bal l S ,fs QF ffl Sl-.ccr. ii smith. sptviciei, llyncs. Least, w, Smith, PL' ll Franl-ylin, Bryant. Schmid, Barber, Nlppcrl, Sl-iricr. C, lfiqinl- lin. 42 . 4 . Ulex FQ will . f gliil Sli: ,iii ,t-iisiiialiifs, 11 ,Lili "Q 2 Z a : , n , , I V gig Ul of the evanescent mists ol the empyream, wattecl on the billowy zephyrs, leaping ffff the incomparable abyss to dash itself against the fairy softness, the icy kisses come '59 lurching with each caress. loitering with the yagrant wincls. 'AAh ha! What hast thou there?" Ancl incommunicably mournful soughetl the answer, t'Ra:berrahs." And nj so, limnecl against the incarnatlinetl nebulae. we fatle and are gone, austerely permeated EQ? with the myrrhy fragrance, aspiring eyer. failing never. Such is our mission. 'rl I Members 11'1 Unlverslty 1 Hjawn St. jawn" Bach- "Balloon" Franklin "johnny" Lease f QQ' man 'Bud' lnranklin 'AlxO" Lillibriclge ". "Pot" Barber Peewee l'rientlshiw A'Bob" lXlclntosh .. .. . ,. - l .. ., f Dutch Bauer lxayffee Coultl Bob iXla-.lclux P: .. .. - " ,. .. .. xl Freddy Berger Leancler Hallcrman johnny Pease U y, 'ABill Borneman l iny l-lcrrman "Carl" Runge ' - "Chick" Bradforcl Yip" l-lowels "XVes" Schmicl "Rum" Braclner Bobby' Hynes "johnny ' Skeer r "Ben" Bryant Cene ' lyey A'fX"licky" Smith "Dick" Cunningham Dutch" lrelancl ubmittin Smith A "Wop" Edwards Dick ' jervis "Rus ' Speiclel ,V 5' K'Dog" Ely Shorty ' lxlein "jim ' Stroucl -N "Snooks" Fabin-T Bill' Lashbrook "Clarky' Valentiner ' Til Iliff L' ' o I .' , V ififlk Hifi e ' t e ixllxl m' N , -of A 1 if f -. ,X A - ,, , 'B ' - h - I . V - . .11-3ESSg,Qf.,, ,I Iwi, - 4 T 3-gh -fx 3 fx ian: x qs-f A K , If .gh X , ff ,H J K1 m,Q.3:Y.t-1.1lFQ,!LQlf3Er,,335f ,-l 'Behr Y F I few xigrfrfvl. -L 4 B, P r i - 2. Site 1, tit' . r f -QQ , tug ,Q'u,,f'rE,g. igia it U N l . "' W MQW' sf ly' X .' . 'E 'fi -.. ': 4f'5lY": ... . , , W B W B "i- "" 24:3 - '-if-.-W-rw Sv.. , f' 1..'f-' - iw Jiri-ffef-"ff . aw 1 Page Three Hundred Three . .4 .lf Q DI -4- '4 S Yi Fi 3ilS",5"E'j m m 9 1 1 I , 5 , 1: l I F2 -V 1 c fs ' 4 i 1 1 I r x - 7.14 all 1 I ' 5 . 1 ' 0 Y 'Q 1 i F '. 5 .3411 I ..- I ' i .ft 'ai i ,G itil . p wg 1: bclimid Riley. Franklin, Bachman. l'ablng. Berger. k 0 S h , Dunlop, Lashbrool-Q. Nippert. XYhixacrc, Nladdux. I C F751 f . 3 rf Ball and Cham A .' l-:is 7 F' J 2' ' . '31 ,Trl xt. Q Q .9 f 9 . Ax ., r . Y 1, 1.- .. - I 'n Ein ALL AND CHAIN was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1922. With the l .Ml purpose of fostering activities among the Freshmen. Ball and Chain yearly selects , 1 for its membership a number of the members of that class who have taken an active 9 5 ffl" A interest in promoting the spirit and ideals of the University. The dates given below indicate 2 . the years in which the members were initiated. . qw . y 1 1 1923 1924 1925 l 3' Wilbur Bauer john Bachman Rlchalfl Amgen 1 if 1 ' JOhn Breiel R. W. Barnes. jr. Stuart B211 1 9? I Charles Franklin Fred Berger James Donnelly A 1' R I Q W T. Reed Chwm William lvlaeshburn ' V B obei t lyladdux George Dunlop james F. Monroe 34 A 1 LOUIS Nlppeff Howard Fabmg Edward lvlottern N . 1 1 V - O . i Q K W esley Schmid William Lashbmok Frank Shelton I -F L Virgil Schwarm Eugene Rilev Wllllam Taylor 1 1 Q lad. Weaver 'A David Wesselman A' l X John Tease Ed Williams 'ff' Richard Whitacre Thomas Williams Lawrence Wood . 1-5 . ...W ..... .-.,...---..-.m,, ' Wixwxl - yyyy y y Y -yy z JL I J y - t ,, A xv. .,-, W " ' " ' ' ' 7 " ' up-3. . .. I' 'K' .gr V . . , L ' WF ' ' ' 'NW Vo. qw, A A A . C .- - - - .-- M -. NX - Page Three Hundred Four V 4 X me .X ga . .0 ' 4 D rum,-.U-L fu . , X A ,X-V xx' AH, , 3 wzrw u H. - ,,., v 'A . 4 . v 'J , ' ' 'H . 1, . ?'5': ,T L, A v it - i s i if i I .- i 9 l 1 A o , . 'Q I l i t 5 1- l " l ' E l ! l ? i O :x 'L 7-'I' l Spirits wander o'er the earth ' Qlior proof of this see Conan Doylel l After having shuffied off. l As Hamlet says, this mortal coil. l 0- But weve an innovation rarel l 1 i 'Tis thisftwill close attention bear- fp The spirits of some living authors I, Being with ideas rife Will, through the medium of this book. 3 . l . . . 2 u l Give the views on college life I iw Of Lardner, Ben Hecht, E. M. Huii f l F Arid D, 0. Stewartg 'twill not be dull. i l 1, ' ' 3 ! l l 9' 'E 1 ' Q , C l Sz L e e-teWM.-M e t t i t ' '. Lv 5501 gig . e A 4 ,, I V Page Three Hundred Five ' ' -Q L.. 'iq i 4 . I ' ' Q11 J 980119. 5. Q tv '-'J 5 l ,3,j'i s. Q S o 'Ei l ' Hans Zums' blood-shot eyes swept over the sodden ,' 5 held. He was spent and panting for breath. Vv'as 9 LU: all this struggle useless? Would she come to him I ' in this. her hour of greatest need? She was moving : 1, now. but was it to him? Ah! She was moving , toward him. but would she pass him by? It was now or never. Ah! She ' E was turning in his direction. XVith a final wild leap she settled snugly into :waoqx k 'LH his embracing arms. With a hasty prayer for strength. he crushed her ' N- tightly against his breast. She had chosen him. him above all others. "Oh ' 6 1 God." thought Hans Zum, "let me protect her and love her!" But now was no time for tender thoughts1 he must carry her to safety. He took one last, long 'Q look at her as she lay surrendered in his arms. None of the beauty of her symmetrical form was lost on ' I, Ai him, She was his-his by choice-she was given to him-let anyone try to take her from him. His ,Q e KA great love brought fire and determination to his face as he turned to face her pursuers. The odds were 2 i overwhelming. and. unlike hction heroes, he used his head and feet. Shrugging off the villains who 4 .531 were even now laying hands on him as a dog shakes off water, Hans sped forward like a rock from a catapult. Q 1, Safety was in sight-could he but make the goal his cherished darling would never again feel the blighting touch ff 'ffl W of desecrating hands. But the haven was not yet won. for directly in his path stood a foe. Hans lowered his i head, remembered the words his old football coach had instilled in him. and with a mighty straight arm, shoved ' I' all the villain aside. 5 an She was safe, Hans felt her in his arms! A strange ls. feeling of exaltation surged over him. The realization came ' G 'Gig to him that he had conquered all enemies by the power of 4 Wg his brute strength. He gloried in it! All this passed through r G T-' his mind in the space of a few seconds. Uncorisciously he " 7 tightened his already crushing grip. She did not cry out or hu even moan? With a long weary sigh, she went limp. Hans N Q had crushed the very air of life from her. S' 1 -t I1 2:5 He stopped short and looked down at her. What had he ,t 1 -5. 1 ' : : : ' I ' done? Good Cod! Had he struggled to carry her away from IT' ' 3 , , 1 1 I, OUR foes only to ruin her with a bestial display of strength! It all ff' , 5 ' ' V HERQ meant nothing. He was a destroyer not a conqueror! Per- U Z T ' : 5 I az- haps. though, the gods who referee in this game of life would - i K X . , I ' 5 understand-perhaps just perhaps-he might still win. At ,E-I ' 1 K 1 3 , .' -' 1 ,ll I any rate. captain Hans Zum laid the deflated football between I, , , Rx-: ' I -f1,,,,f 1 if E 4I.I, iv.-- S ,g l the goal posts. 5 5 'T -1' 5 ' 9 r x y i, 'T if A, 4 i La-.-.,........ fi? ' ' ' .. .. . .-. s . s so Cf -' 5' ffrfffie, . 3 - iv.- .i , .H W . aff i 'Q fi' 1 6 ' tl lf if 'N M ms HX Page Three Hundred Six ,lsr 3:5 .0 Q . 4 ,I at L! u ll I I I - 'J I F Q Q ---M at eeeu Y be equal C A IVI P U S I., I I: E By Rmg Lardner UNIVERSITY OF CINCIINNATI NIEMORIAL DORNIITORI L.. 2 lc7 g N Dere Fd I amt wrlt to xou before Ed beco I been too busx not beeo I aInt been thlnkln about xou no more Slnce the old man made hIs wad In o1l and Qlnee I come to thxs Qwell eolhdgt I been thlnkln about xou and the old home burg aQ thlngs here 19 dxfferent th In there Q0 I ll trv to gnve you the low down on thIQ hear colhdgt lIft what we hear about so much The hrQt thm that a Itlltr wantQ to HEHEJQRM 1-- know about eolhdge 19 fratQ Now thex I a knnda or am atlon lg: for moQtlx QocIal thm Q I ITIIN tht let cream oelal Iwtul bad There Q a lot of theQe here fratQ YO I d bt t nt xou a Qhort Rax . Sume lwlax that Qumpthln I leirnt alreaclx In eollIdt,e what a Rax 'iume Maw IN The beQt frat here IN the Bama FISIWXKOFITI CI dtcxcled to acttpt thtxr bid when I tt Itj Ihew re a bunch of nlee fellow and thu aInt anx XXdXQ near llke theIr name lowlx etc In fact thex lxI'lOXNN thelrselwes that they re supereor aboxt the common herd 'Ihew alnt coneented thex IuQt ot a ood opxmon of themQelx CQ Onlx Jllh pe' thlng IN It does take an earlx bIrd to cateh these here Worms Q iw ,Q when thex come canned thex uQuallx pull In around 3 X IXI In 7 4: ' 5' tht mormn Then there Q tht Lambda Cow Xllalfas They rt all fl ht I guess 'Viv roommate I9 a WI e ,qux and he calls m non metrobolxtan I don t know what he means but I reckon It Q klnda lnke non profeQQIonal not exaelx amacher Jes rIch enuf as IN He tells me a Qtorx about em whleh he says IN funnx 'ieems as tho theQe Lambda CowQ thex was out on a golflx nx and a fire enjun come clan In bx Ihey all drops thenr clubs and runs to the back of the clubhouQe and lIneQ up along the waterIn trawf It was onlx when thex reacheQ behmd the door for the JL, Q towel that they come to and realI ed that It wasn t the supper bell whleh rung The Slg Alfner Eurekas I9 a mee bunch too Some thIngQ I dont understand about them Fermcstance why they loxe to play I-lallereen pranks In Norwood llke well any how XV sy: Vfvf I uggzf, 7k Jaicxwlifv JRC? If Q-ffm mt I I , I I I , I 1 ao- Eg . I IG I . I I-is X , .' I Lg I V I . 1 Cf, I ' I I If I I 4 L2 I . A s , W I 9 3 ff. X ' 1 I 0 0 IIIIIIIIN J I I lb: Y? ' I llut l Q f : I ' J I :A 2 RI-1 z ff - R I 1 xy - ' K I I ,ff Y X 'Q I - - I P Q, . , ' I 1 ' I . t ' I I . I . Y .5 . 5 . E V J I N I I 5 f I Q V ' U. -, !::::..,-iggeuunl .. h -- 115 I I . . 5 .J K - V guT 'is , 4 3 M S . i , , ' 1 5 -. W W 1 . 9-5 i .g .F . W ' as ,, .f 5 .J IiE:: I - I 6 ! ' .. M N Q j- S . ' I ' j ' ' 1 - I ' ,. I' fi . G 'Q - J A I I fx. af M I 5 fl g I I I I' I i Ti - II-.....,I'II'-In-I2 NIT ' .B 'I ' K ' I ' 'I Y f - ' I fig '-:QEI I 'g' I nf fl , I L, , , , I xi N h i W , 'Y ' ' I - ' ' I I ffgaf .g A K , I , ,S ,I .C -II J-:E T., . X .SI B J, 1 . x ,T bv- L . K .1 Q? I V , f L f . 5 I ' Y ' ' .W . . 17 I I I I , B R X . I KI I . 12 I ' I I I 11? . r .K . ' L . 5 I III . ., M I I , I I I I 1 , I ' I I I III , V ,JW - ,em NYY, ffkr I -V VYMFQMJ ' I L5 I . I I: I I- I I I I? Ejwf Q I 'T I , TT M A T I ' T T , TTTT I I "iff I' , ," If' ,,, tiw lv- Q ' N TTI. ' p . ' A . ' aw T I , , . ,,. , , ,,,i. . ,Y,:.aY.,b,.,.i .. .f- ,s+:..y,,N Y ag, , AA-.. , , , - - ,.. l 'If' Page Three Hundred Seven I 4 a N O s, 'J W i ' ' I- I S ' T I I "Tu WT'T'S' W W K' 'T K T STI ' 7 . W I ' 'T H' . 1'.-' I Q 4 I 1 -fc 1 I-1 Q I don't understand it. I hear they is all trainin' to be diplomatists. All they do is sign little scraps of paper N i that don't mean nothin'. Its a kinda game they make out of it. They sign these little slips called block-or C I checks I fergit which-and give them away. If they get them back with "No funds" on them means they I Z ', .- win and someone else loses. In time tho they calculate to gf, -2, i , 6 V- S have a little dove cote all their own. May be I'll join them ' , I 02" 1 insted of the Baita Fishworms. I S ' I J . : -5 77 ' I g When I come up here my old man told me they was three I J Scotch things what I must leave alone. The one you can't I I I I get and I don't like golf so that leaves only the Sig Mc Eyes I 5 I 'Q , for a temptation. Reckon its the straight and narrow for me? '15 l I H 'DG 'mmm IIIUII GQ' , , - ,Q It A 4 I I They tell a good story on them Scotch laddies. Seems as tho ' - . Tue? iff' T' I - T ' In the part of the nisheation is always clone with paddles but 113. I ' ' I U these Scotch penny squeezers use vacuum cleaners instead of K 'III V - 3'f I paddles. ' ' J 5 51 I ' -1 I IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIQMI Ilmmum I-Iigh-Delts-and-Daters has a chapter here too but nobody . I 'Q I 1 "IQ don't no much about them. They aint exactly snooty-only gif I I I III 'I HWIIZIESSSIII HH, I they don't seem to get acquainted fast. Its said that their I I ' ' it ii:.i5'ff . ' 'I Q- - - . , . M. ull' -IIII-I.I,III'I cans cant be trusted far from home where they seem to 2' .3 I -we L I ' stick pretty close. J I 5 ' I ........ . 2, ff ' I I Illl 'HI f, I' Q I I I mighta joined the Pie Kapsa Meal but gave it up when I I 6 Illilllnmf . f i:::::: ' -EEEIEEESEEEE' ri ' I I found out that they was a weight requirement of 250 lbs. Seems r ,h I2 l,.' I ' v fi - IEEEEEI ' . W' S like they get it all in the neck which makes em heavy-well, D IIIIIIIIIIII , , I I I reckon it's from the neck up. mm I 7 Y - :wt I 'G I I , J , N I r 2' 1 , The Beltah Rah Beltah is a rough neck society what is engaged in pugilistic activities and legislature. , E Both games aint played in the parlor but they do play parlor tricks too sometimes when the fuse is burned out. 3 They founded an Anti Klan mov't for using Belts instead of horse whips. They're tougher and last anywhere I 4 from I semester to 8 yrs. I 'b ' , N The baby frat on the campus was bit by the card index bug I 49+ :Qfy J :M so is called A. T. Pink. I aint never been to any of their parties A U . I f me HIL, Q -ff b I . . . . . . If an :i ,+ riff, ut here they don t live up to their name. which is just as L56 J I ' ' iifuisef' Q' well, or else other wise. I 'I Q .,, is- : l Ol ':,. X QT, Well Ed, my swans' down and out is calling me. Olive Oil, kf 4 I g I I 7 1 I I q V Can. ' 3 I :Q I Y lx fi ' I 'JA 'DA lg . . I I sf I q 23: -ag T :iS ' , I, 'Q7 I ,2:7.fu:i"'." ' ,Q I 2- -. 'i ,llnlvefi-' I J a I 9' I I I X . I , y I I -Q I I M i chasers' t 4 e X is . s e e . N I . , ' Wfget, 'I' If 'c"' ff3inNI-I ISN A IA ' m C- rank-J in e' . VIA Page Three Hundred Eight 33. 1,1-'f ID -4 3 4 gl f X2 S g , Kampus Et1 Ket BY D O STEWART A Word of Warnlng to the Readers This is not a history of one of those campus organizations which only a descendant of Mr Pullman could have named just as the mosquito is the answer to the maiden s prayer at twilight just so IS this the re sponse to the long felt need for an etiquette book to guide all college students through lxampus Kutups as the dear young things are wont to call college social affairs It will be necessary for the readers who wish to glean a helpful knowledge from these pages to discard all previous social teachings they may have had for college social customs are distinctly unlike those of the rest of the world For example even the most cultured and well bred student would search in vain for the correct form to use in answering an invitation such as the following You are requested to call at the dean s office as soon as possible Would it be correct to go immediately w1thout replying or would a more favorable impression be made by returning the inw itatlon xx ith Accepted written across lt? Should belongs be collected and locker keys tumed in before or after making such a call" Such questions arise daily and the answers may be found in Kampus Eti Ket Datmg Dating is one of the oldest social customs known in collegiate life It probably originated in the Garden her a date The custom has changed a little since then for now the female nommally gives the male the date although any college man can tell you it IS nominally only Dating has enjoyed quite a vogue and is now one of the popular mdoor sports Although devotees of this ancient game maintain that as long as Burnet Woods remams there IS no need for its degenerating into a mere parlor pastime it is nex ertheless the parlor variety of dating which attains the greatest popularity It is not to be supposed that parlor dating is confined to the parlor By no means' Arrived at the home of a popular co ed the youth is seated in the parlor with Mom and Pop and Willie Sis l:lI'l8llN appears just as the youth IS considering whether it would be more proper according to the rules of the beau monde to gag Willie or to merely choke him The family leaves and the youth settles himself on the over stuffed lounge next to Sis for a nice quiet evening Sis lets loose an ohm or two of pep and gurgles Where we goin " The xouth mutters Why I don t know and comes to an hour later on some dance floor The evening passes even as Pippa must and it is time to go home It is now that the young man must bring his ingenuity into play if he would display a proper knowledge of savozr faire fcorrect formj lt is distinctly au fazt fcorrect formj for the following dialogue to ensue I bg :- ? G Y 4- ! oo- r' l K I 2 3 r 1 W. 'Y' lf, xy "N" ly 3 WU s 0 W 1 Rll.Q IQX-JSR AJ? I 51' Page Three Hundred Nine l l r . T C - ' T W . , gr l 3'- JG . . . 1 Q 4 I sg "4 . , T 5 .I H "., 0- 5 l 7, tl ' ' .- I ' T 'Q f '- I i i V T I A ' I I ' ' ' 0 is r . . .. , , . . . . . - l 'JN . . . ' . . ' . V lv! Y x . . . . 7 r ' A iff - - - - D , a V - - 5 . . . . . . . , 0 .2 ' : Q Z- L: .. . . .. 5 .Ili .l , r 1 5 . . . . . . . 1 'f . . . . . .. .. . . ' w 4,1 Y ' ' 1 w XX . . . . . . .. l Li. ' ' 1 1: . , ft? '-5 - fi 1 2 i i 5 ff j , . . ' . . , ' . . . W 5' . 'jx X of Eden, when Adam said to Eve. "Got anything on, Kid?" and she replied, "Not a fig." Whereupon he gave Q XQAI . . . . 5 , fl ' ' - E bt: . 5 r . . g . . , 1, I, . . ., ' . X .ng ' - - ' I an a rl' y I A H 2 LQ . , , - Q . . . . . ' . I . 5 DF ' ' A ' - ' - 4 X. s I - , H Q . - , -- 1 T -'45 . . .. .. . .. '- 4 lj . t . Q . . . . . ' 'Air' . . . w . . . . I .N . . . I Q if fs ' X 7 5 :V -Q cc: as - Sf i f,' A ng, , g as --wages-so a g as Magee-less SJ Vi' 115- T . I Q, : ' 'I ' g . if fr 'Q T - ff s . Jw ' 4 ' fr. . s MX i av S x?w'31l'r 'i'iWl'. 1 Y' 3913- W . 'WWTP P71 53' -VFP '3f'fNYfl'P'l'2 'X My . .f A . . Ei. 11'-ee - sf Q.. c 1 YQ ' -K -an DG 1 1 54 K -an 4 'Q I l . 1 eq - 'Z yt' O 1 5. W il: 1. i fl: K l -1 rl s . cl . 14 v E-lf! O sl' ,Q 1 fl c' ,1 1-5 ,lx pi: l 4 QI 'vi 91 9'i J He: Lovely night Cmorningj! She: Perfectly gorgeous moon fstars. cloudsjl He' Nice view from? -! Cl-Iere substitute the name of the most convenient park.l She: I love woods fwater, treesl at night! K He: Let's drive up there. She: Oh, I must hurry home. He: It'll only take a sec. She: Well --! l l need add no further admonitions for by now the young gentleman Cladyj is in the spirit of the game and the finer points follow as a matter-of-course. Dances Dancing has become the most popular social diversion for college students. The customs surrounding this fascinating art are so complicated that l shall attempt only a few fundamental pointers. The greatest possible asset for the college man or woman. wishing to engage in "mixed" dancing. is the ability to dance. A "line," whose intensity should vary. according to the dancing ability. is another requisite. A really good dancer need have only a meager "line." For example, "Perfectly Qsimplyj wonderful fmarvellousjn often suffices. There are all kinds and varieties of college dances. all alike in one respect--they are all held on the campus. Varied surmises have arisen as to the origin of this custom. It probably dates back to when a playful young Prexy offered to escort a kittenish Dean of Women home. The Dean's grandmama severely reprimanded them when they blew in at five A. M. with only three flat tires and one detour for an excuse. Anyhow, all dances are now held on the campus. The young man or woman who is "particular" and "hard to please" may "pick" Cselectl from a variety ranging from the frigidly formal junior Prom through the Military Ball where spurs and ortheopedic shoes mingle. A most important thing is selecting a partner. About three or four weeks before a dance of any description, a young woman should select several eligible partners. CN. B.: Any one not lame, halt or blind is eligiblej And shall proceed to speak to them in the halls and on all other occasions. If the young woman is possessed of real social aplomb fwisdoml, she will arrange occasions for a few words on the weather or college work. This bit of the personal touch may lead to anything. Frequently it doesi--to suicide. And. girls. don't forget that if worse to worst. there is always the blind date. Men need no warning- they never forget. X 0 5, 4 in J 0 e , .Lg ,J ... N ff f D , if , ... v L14 5 .D 1 f' kg 1 lf:- Qi. .45 l Q 'ea L 5 . 1. 5" Q ff , 1 ' I r 4 t Eb: 1,X 'V 7L.' 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U, 0 XZ- of "li", ,Nw -1 4 W- V -f 1- Q '-M, 'Wy ff 1 " ff T KA 'VJ5 G -iffff-' Lf PE .'f1"4 mg I Z X , 4 L L7-F N vu-avr To D .f -if-2 ig P Sf JTi4'f4uNN iii 0 G MSM 'L ' f ly ? -1 1 !W,,gu'- VI' ' ' 'gL.,..icgE-9pxMAN's FnzeTlr1PRE-sawn or u.c.L,-if W' fif 'ff A gs fi-ea w. ' 1 vt Q: , Ui' , IF MY G52-ME E 2 D ? x , 5 if-" , ci-J . :sax fl""2 f QQ i 1 7: G " n KH K c ' U r1 K 1 'l 1? Q'Mor.I w rj! Q Q I 5HoszTY! ' 'w y , 9 TAKEIT J ll: l 1 L-9-5 0 Horgwp I 4 N 5555?5i::::::155555g3,5g:rr, I . 9 'X M215 D5 1 X 2.5 man f .,, x' Troifpglg-L f . V i 1 1 QAM f .V 3 Q ' glllflwf x ' L9 , ul T "I N I Jlozm ,Q , K f ffff I L f l -if N , - fi ff Q . 'Q IQ ,,, - . afiijgf- if ' Q "' Q ww MJ ' - M,,Wff" 1, U ' " f 4 , f ll J V . 1 I f x . 5 . ,Wa f K ff 'me FWISHED f ,Wye 9 Qr : ff woww ' E9 'S 9553132 ! ff E I 1 Y.. fi' T gg LL Lovev THE PA'DDl-'NCQ AYXOCYX Jf 0 w ' 4 '- X X L61 -' -fn' I v,. 9' LW ,,, ,M ,,, - , , , . 1,1 3 IW -, ' I 1 1 ur N 4 . 1 . V - ,. V3 K.. l- -'-L,g7yf-:Av- f 1 . . . , f W, Y ,, jg , M f in. .f,,5 Q.l1W, Z -i . ig , ,fl A . , . s ' ' - W "'- 413452 ,vs y ' 2 M In ' , 4 . 'f . - ., A Y 4- mf' , no 'N ,, w '. 'vi-1 .f. 5-lawn my W i - Y T J Am V Y i V -' 44u.1.zsnxziana-4xsa.4-a.lSgi!-.uzb.L.Y-5fQ-:?:5q'4'-u-nig:jV Page Three Hundred Eleven g o - Acwcomfvg I I I I I s ' 6 T2 2 ' N v.. BANK AT Tl-IE PROVIDENT These Are Days of Finance, and K3 I t A KING 2 T Is the Basis of It. Universities throughout the World are daily teaching the funda- T mentals of Success in the field of finance. C I Business and professional institutions engaging efficient, trained 1 experts in this line that practical knowledge of fiduciary mat- I ' ters may be had before the student enters the actual field of p financial activities. The great value of knowledge as to detail ' . and system given due share of attention. , 1 The officers of this bank are pleased to proffer their assistance to any and all who seek advice in fiduciary matters of every i I description, and without charge or obligation. Q Men, long trained in Banking service, stand willing and ready I to aid all who seek advice along financial lines, and you are , invited to avail yourself of this offer at any and all times. T 4 ' Eight Departments at Your Service , , COMMERCIAL BOND FOREIGN SAFETY DEPOSIT SAVINGS TRUST sTEA1v1sH1P REAL ESTATE fl ' 4729 Paid on Savings Deposits I I CGM PRO IDE T I ' SAVINGS BANK 81 TRUST CO. SEVENTH AND VINE A Nine Conveniently Located Branches if 9' , -1 I QB Y ,KV-.E ., . .E E --.-, . Y Y ,. .- ,,., l.-,AEE .if We AW W' as A I E s , M m rw M fn f Page Three Hundred Twelve S V L-ff gif S2 C Q ff i i fa l -fs P OU spend money regularly ol gl- . . bi -5 for the necessities and lux- 54 ' 4: CJ uries of life. ln this book will j ff be found the advertisements of i i the firms in Cincinnati and vi- cinity that are representative of l if all the divisions of mercantile , if . . . i i 3 activity. These firms are reli- :gy . l . i x i able and Willing to serve you. t P,, X 1? if if i l ak l Yx.f"'P 1 t gi . l 55 Why not gave them i f l l W the Opportunity. y gl i JG Fx Flsa5NC9A9J fi fi an ax JAC! HX A Page Three Hundred Thirteen 1 N1 v +5 F nr' 1 -c A Y x 1 -f .pa MJ I I TQ 4 vim Q 9lol:e3Wzrn icke SECTIONAL BOOKCASES 'Gwldcn Vulunwx' richest Lrcuxurcs' Y'OA'X,Yf as O"'CC'X"' dC"C"'ux'wlCaSu'C'N par! of a d6C0l'l1ll'2'6' srlzeme DECORATIV E -DUSTPROOF - CONVENIENT 3142 9loBeiM7Erniclce Qc. 128 East Fourth St. Cinclnnatl d dl A Silly little fishes Swimmin' in the sea You're not so silly As you sometimes seem Poor Fishes! You fishes have heads But not for use When you get the hook Theres some excuse- Poor Fishes! Qloor gisfres to be Silly little ehappies Over at U, C. Youre just as silly As the fishes. seems to me Poor Fishes! You chaps go to school But don't use your head- Get caught on the line Of an' angling Co-eclf Poor Fishes! Page Three Hundred Fifteen l . s 5 S F E' w 'Cli f 'F Y Y ' mn' YF eg Y i ' ,J tg M -, , V, ., W ' ,,, Q . .3 J, i- f .-a I X- 4 Q 1 3 I as Dr? gg Since 18Q "f. i 1.- 5, One of Cincinnati s most favorably known banks, operating sz 5, i under the zoth Charter to National Banks. extending l a world-wide banking experience. l fl 1 5 , DEPARTMENTS ' Q.. 1 OFFICERS , . . l E n A Commerc1a1-Invites accounts of in- 1 r Charles A. Hinsch ..................,.. .. President dividuals' merchants' ' , Edward A. Setter .,............. .... V ice-President manufacturers' banks and bankers. l Monte Goble ,... ..., V ice-President 3' 1 J. R. Edwards ,..., .... V ice-President Bond-Buys and sells United States ' in Louis C. Pochat ...,. .... V ice-President h h Govergment, municipal, and V , " Charles T. Per'n ........ .... V ice-President ot er igh gra e investments. 5 E "' Lewis E. Vaniiusdol ..... .... V ice-President , l l 4 if Charles H. Shields i.... ........,. C mme, Foreign-Handles, financial end trade ig 1 Samuel McFarland ,.l. .... A ss't. Cashier Uansacuons- fofell-TP and l s Edward A. Vosmer ,... ,... A ss't. Cashier ggsrseash buys arid Sells fogelgn ei' ., 1 G' Win- G 1 EIAA .vvr A 'DC he nge. nances impor s an expor s 3 - wiiiiinlasll Hiling. .. .... Aflhl. Cgihlil gignilqifergzqlieiicepfeenge glen- iisges 2' G , 1 "'--"I-' -AII A 'IC h- i erso reiavaia e , i ', E233 el 5252016 .....,.. .,,. A iff. ciiilif all ever inewefid- Feieien fenniiienees i . E- Gustavus G. Hampson ..... .... A ss't. Cashier and ftiouectlons made- Cable and Wlre , f Claude E. Ford .....i........,..,.... Ass'l. Cashier Fran? em- l ' . l L I V Travel-Prepares itineraries and makes l S 2 l ' DIRECTORS h complete reserxgitions for trips " N anyw ere. at ome or a road. Autho - W .L Bolton S. Armstrong .... Pres.. Mabley Cb' Carew Co. ized ticket agents for all principal i 4 Charles H. M. Atkins l....... Pres., Warner Elev. Co. Steamship lines and tourist com anies i s Charles F. Barrett ...... American Ry. Express Co. - p ' ' ' C ll. . P ,. T Th C H. ,C Cruises to all parts of the world. Qi gih-LI-legaitie EZYILIIIASQZ res. uf reas.. eff, asle ini o. Travelers Checks' ati W Charles H. Deppe. .Vice-Pres.. The Union' Safe Deposit-Represents the latest 'CQ 'ei D. Howard Ciayle. . .Formerly Pres., Gilmer Fuel Co. l . and mOSt SCCUYC pr0- ,. 7. john H. Clolyiert ....,.,..... Coyert Cd Vogel Produce fCCUOI2i g3Vl5Cd tin anlaltgolutely burg- ' S l E. ' le ....... ....,,,,,.,,,.,,,, ,v.,.,,,, a r an re proo vau t. very privacy, f e clilliis A. I-Ilnsih ,....... ......,.. ,.,..,. P f mimi Safety and Convenience provided. Z i Charles F. Hofer ..,..................,........... l 5. Charles Kuhn. .,........ Formerly S. Kuhn Co' Sons Storage-Tlvolarge roomy Vault5,Pr0' , ' William S. McKenzie .......,,....,...,....,...... Vide a Safe Place for Silver' 5' if G. MCG. Morris ...... Pres., jno. B. Morris Fdy. Co. War? line rugs' trunks and all other l D 'l' james P. Orr .............. Pres.. The Potter Shoe Co. bu ky valuables' ' 1 J l Maurice E. Pollak ...,....... Pres., Pollalz Steel Co, Savings-Pays 45 interest on Say- l 5 , george llgluclgta .... F-Press! Tge Queirji Cliy iup19l1xgC0k ings deposits, l QT ' , Eglihififd Sgltljri. . . ljice-tgresitllerht Trust-Affiliated under joint Owner' is F Edward W. Strong ...........,.,..,. Attorney-at-Law C Shlph.WlfithffThe. Union. Trust l ln pei i john E. Sullivan .......,....... j. j. Sullivan Co' Co. Ompany W 'C 0 ers 'ts SVYICCS es s f . . E f t 'I' i -i - i George M. Verity. .Pres.. American Rolling Mill Co. Axecu Or' mstee' mlmstratol' fr lg joseph B. Verkamp .......... G. H. Verkamp Cf Sons gem' G'?a'd'an of Estate' Deposl' 1 0. X tory. Receiver, Escrow Agent, Transfer 3 N Agent and Registrar. Ask for Booklet. .3 ' . QQ RESOURCES OVER F IF TY .VIILLION DOLLARS i A 'HE l :lFTH'l HIRD 9 vi ,A Q NATIONAL BANKMCINCINNATI O DH- Eig l .Q N - s N ' Wu, i yu Wg? .WF QQ nuff wp- is -NW AU! XT! -M g -ng I W g Tig g M - IQX m AX HX Page Three Hundred Sixteen Y 3:f sa2o.1Ie,+ .F ra Fl ,, ,gfgzwswgega my-5 gym, aa g2'g,L-2, 4, i 1 f cg V YW N .- v::4.H-L-Q--?-tl---.Arr-e W xv- V g L kf'n'5'g .J i 'F g G ' L31 4 , , l ,. l A l if - l 2 ,, l 11' "Y, X Y f 3 G1 l .j I ' 3 I fi- P What is Wrong With This Picture? l f n K - xi' l l l ll K o ' l F i i www A it it if , X - l Li ' Am-A Lsfee A X imgy nbjjjyh' X X Z F ' :fig l -1 ZZJTJLTLE1- N 'kiizllfigl' n N WW 1? fl 5 fa llll'll'I' x X ? . Ln Vp ly , Q N i QW!! H Q l W I-i X will ff Vf lf W , I X Z X RN i A, hi, Lzsxfszifsfiafyf W y . 7, '- , I W t v ,flyh V I' IFOONDIT ,'-V l in w I fi WI . W if 3 f M lil J 1 k 4 :om-ie ,A "ly I Q 'a I :I I 9 W W ' will W ll' lil ' , Bl' f CQ g I Jffif' ,4 K 'Q if ffff K 5 f lf "1 will -3? f H1 l li f , L I7 I, -', f Q6 S .V fl l , Q - m I 1 I 1 X Q 41- S J E l 3 N.-1: '61, Ti, , 1 'Q v l x While hurrying thru the lower corridor, the artist sketched the above picture. but in E his haste has made several errors. For instance. he has drawn an ugly girl. and we all j f . l know there are none in the school. Can you Gnd 12 other mistakes in the picture? . See page 331-for answers. 1 A . ? l A ,. 5 if .5 I il 9' 1 i is iiiis -W is tw i t ,i i H is I ff m e ,,s,., w ,aii . is W , i Page Three Hundred Seventeen eg ' ' Ce :...fY -ta-KC V ,-M, . . -3 - tate I :ff SJ n ..j . I -4 -1 i ll ll , I J Q I Y s sf, 'x FRA KLI 1 yi I . GAS BURNER SYSTEM I . f + ' 1 46- Do you know that any Coal Furnace or 1 g, Boiler can be converted into a gas and ' ' " . l , XIX ! liz' X 1" X IE is . I KT Rs NX N coal heating plant in one minute without f tools with the FRANKLIN NEW IM- " 2' A PROVED QUICK REMOVABLE CAS 'X l 'mx BURNER SYSTEM? S. 5 Do you know there are over l0000 FRANKLIN BURNER SYSTEMS in- ff X X I stalled here in Cincinnati? X A X There s one within a stone throw of your I residence. I X Ask any user if he would loe without the FRANKLIN' See Vour Plumber or I-Ieatin Contractor or phone us direct Avon 54 FRANKLIN GAS BURNER MFG Co Vine and Mitchell Ave Cincinnati Ohio W I QI NW W ww yy yy XVII m A1 Jil I 3 , ' W Xl ' l - f y fllml X A I ,ff fly XX f . f I' I X X I ' ' f i X A I f '- l I ' ' X XI X -A ' 'I I I l XIX Xxx- l l f 1 ll I l XXI ' Tl V2 'l I ' i I ff-1 7 l ' Sf. V M - g ffl I - if ii - I all R R ivf' I nl!! Ir 'N l S N l , .. ,I ,S ,UE I I MM m I 5 - I so , P ge Three Hu ndred Eighree gif 4.- NEW IMPROVED. QUICK-REMOVABLE ' x y 4 'Q .4 I I .4, 1 i i ev H i ' i i i '. in H.Q...1':,...x' - vis 5 f i ' ,J fgfkfwrfefe H-H mfg- W e- - ' he I e 1 me-W-Y... f Q7 ee - T14 l " if 1 N 4 3 cuff- ig i a 1523.-. y i D' 5 if V245-1 , 2 1 X f 1 '11-viz? :' ' Q 4- 3' A I F X X A .--i- 'elk' 'XI -4 , H- f -. , fe il Q 1 -f , , f- -1. f- Q Li CS Q- LLQLL,5'Q!CLff,59:gAzgaQgfz'e,j i' ' W ' ' i' ' ' ' Y I X ONCE uPoN A 'rn-45 A SOPHDHDRE .TOURNEYED AND BOUGHT A Bl-UEBOOK Fon HE mv A Quuzz AT : 4 N -ro 1-HE 'boon9ToRE EIGHT 'rv-nary 5 5? , L ,, ,, I ' ' 1 ij w , NAME C7 '7 2 I . . n e , fe 7 MZZD:"::f ? Q 1.1 N , hc- f E -7 QQ ,UBI - Q sevmw , 4 if i Q - 0 ,vi ww - ff fi.. 0 ' I ep mf i 2' i f ' - , .' ,, ' ,-5:15, I- . 23 'El H fav ' ' e MQ 'O ,W 1 1 Flfliiiifg, Y ' -,f ' ' , xi cu " " S2 0- W- If ' A gi hip 2 " HE 5, ,,,,,.,,E,-F D NN ' Ie3ggg, 1:1QHa':.ng3ug'5ISj Lx:-'QA p-up HE 'neleiv AND -velev : 1 ' ?"'i 1 fi W ' , 1 , Cf f Z- 'E if ' 1-'.""1l" 'll VIH. A K ' . "' .. 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Ki V I ,l-J ' 'Q ,e iiii f N Q ' ' e '- J ' e U in Page Three Hundred Nineteen i ilfafflmnn it T Th P stT E Prod d Q 5 4 C L1I'C 0116 VCI' UCC gb I -Q The most d1st1ngu1shed art1sts endorse the Baldwm P1ano and use lt CXC1L1S1V6ly11'1 then' homes and for thelr concert appearances C7i'LheLf5a1hw1nlH1a11u Chmpang 142 WeSt Fourth Street CINCINNATI M ll - xsswx 4 , Fine French , I Confections BG I . -TQ 1 " V . ,3 I I i 425 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio I I E4 J - oooo S.--is I S I xv, .xv xv, B 42721 Sandwich Shops 9 East 5th Street 10 East 6th Street 535 Walnut Street OPEN ALL NIGHT sg' 'N Q ' Y' 1 m mvjfixif' Page Three Hundred Twenty Q a? :ff I A 'F l ie' l M i ,Za 9 P A Haig K 9 i L 'UV lo F I 1 N g 1 . Y . W ' W 3 'd 1 ' . i . . K , Q . 9 Phone ain36 'N I G I 4 7 S C I ' :Z ' a'- ? Wliff if HF' 5, I I 2- 'a E 4 rp' '41 5 . fi E PNY L, JJ-IJ. 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W W yy A L 1 F,C HICKS A B..Ph D President of the Lhiversiry HE Cincinnatian has become a tradition, 'and traditions, if of the right sort. are among the valuable assets of a university. giving character and continuity to its life. - While cherishing the traditions that have come down to us from our prede- cessors, it is well to remember that we too are making traditions. So there rests upon us a special responsibility to see to it that the traditions which we pass on to those who come after us conform to the highest ideals of scholarship and com- munity life. fzjej- fl Y ' in : ,tv-,,'. -V ,-AA. 1 ffl. , - Qfllvfff fi--ff " 'Q-,',,' ...,, . '. Q 1 wiiy, ., 3.-X a1.ei.:'rg-'ze-l.. ,- V' . ' V ' l m4iaiq:.aa1s,.1,3oii:'.x:.m.4.:.s ' ' , ,.-.,,,, , ' -Y ' Page Twenty-seven '. Qi f5f'EfQI'h'C7f5?CS-21.1 Q40 vc A S Q I U ac 5 5 I . F I - c 2-4 -D 'I -11 lllllllllllll I IIIFIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWI Q wnwmlglgfmllgliiglnlulfyg The Trystzng Place of Books IIIIIIIIIIn111III5n.III.IInInIIIIIIIIIIIg ood B00k Lgvers I Illlslllllll'IiilHlIIIIIlIlIlIlIlff:' III IIIIIII-IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII I ,flf llllllill I 1 I III I I lxl ml! kl IiLII xxx 5 to Cyl B Isla, I X DOCTORS BUILDING The Book Shelf glves you the opportumty to be come acquamted w1th all manner of mterestmg books w1thout obllgatlon to purchase You are welcome to browse among our shelves or to lelsurely comfort that your own l1brary affords The Book Shelf IS a dellghtful trystmg place for worthy books and for book lovers They meet ln the sxmplest and most natural way m thls beautlful store The wonderful growth of The Book Shelf s clxentele IS the surest proof of the apprec1at1on and d1scernment of Clncmnatxans for a slncere enllghtemng enterpr1se Make The Book Sheb' Your Rendezvous With Authors and Wzth Frzends THE BOOK SHELF Iffhffwld P1006 Buy Results TI-IE TMAQID Studlos Co Teachers of rlgcfpillar Musxc On 43 West F1fth St Mam 94 532 Main St. Mam 7036 BOYS See Your BARBER 228 West MCMIIIQH THE QLD BOY "CHRIS" V I Rf 7 1 K I I N ,I ll l x I l 1' p sg ku, ff NL'-'glq Ayr X Nga XY, NWI HW! 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A . if -.S Ax' - 1 A . f Page Three Hundred Twenty-Hve l The highest degree of reliability f 4. za, 353 M ,ls ,qi M, are - r this MA , ,-M T V ' 4 ' i" . h 5, a' i xg 0 1 1 9 35 Wm. H. Barber if . Sand 82 Gravel Company A. T we Q ... T 3 BANK SAND S I N v Q, and GRAVEL ll 'I CINDERS Q, l , ff N . F - 4'x -L' R73 6. ., .4 : -..I i T if' 4 V I ti i The best in quality T G5 I 1 53 .I , X " , -so - .- 14 N ' P pg The most courteous service fl I N l A . l 9 :5 I 1 . .Q 6 x J 'Q r , ff' L... -. -5,1 , ,, 'iq - 32 Q -- WE DELIVER I ' if U T ' WH W 'W WF W' xw, t IR JA m 'xpfh-C-2 m IK .L - 1 Af? 1? 2 Q..L.,-M ,,, - ,u-, - ' . al XX X HJ, f' v Q' 'A fl vw Q 4 -0 V J Q ' fxf 2 f" v -g fffff 12 Hr-' HK, f 1 X J, if ' 1,01 a lkxl-ffs u' F - ' x 1 f b. : ' ' ' o N 5 ufly LJCKS Curiy LOCKS HX N X 3 'CC-192 marry me, ,Q am C1 Co-Op he .Ln Old Varsuiy M E Q Uffjh Louis urly LocKS X X 3 cams QOUY' Qow-S X Q? CWOP Jobs bay hvqh QQ , ln VUI12 or'l2nsygar-,SY l t 'soph 226 B--5 ZWWA, sg 'uf -A A P Th ee Hun d xfemM'mehmmWMM'f ' ee 7' '. 1 ,. ,, 1---f f 1.1 5 ,I 3 Sf: 1 . J ix 'J gil .-lcf ff Grain yn s., Q eFI19UVEU?5' -- S GI Q , p f . I i4 2- N -o . 1 I zvdh a 9 N -. .4 fx I I Alessage I ' Uhe H111 " 6 Q T e ff BAUER FRANZ GROCERY CO A Wholesale GROCERS CINCINNATI OHIO The W I-I ANDERSON Company LAW BOOKS ELLERS PUBLISHERS CINCINNATI OHIO I 9. af ' L5 I Un , 5 ' if 9, Ng I h :ii 44- " J I .4 , , I ae '-6 39 r I K- ' I and :B I 5 J 54 and 56 Vine Street 524 Main Street Canal 3395 5I 9 ""'1l-C"'-V ' W ' W ' ' . m v fn A fix m Ik m HX A Page Three Hundred Twenty-eight 'I 2 1sff 'f-.asQ1m,- 11 'J-It fn N X H . V 1 I I L I ' , 'Z Y -' ' -1-1'-:ffl---Sin-f---E--fad-...Au ,-., 1 ,. M.. -,,,,, , Y ,N uri -N QALVM4 Y XM Nyxb-'ict v qw- v .WA MMA--Q A, iv v N v 1 W 4 ---f .1 .-.1 N 4 .ur I 1 ,.a -I I ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 - , IJ 1 1' ' we , II ' I 4 I 1 1 'Q 1' I1 1 1 I 1 3. 1 I11! ' 5 ' he- ! I , ' :1I! 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I 1 A Im I It I M I Page Three Hundred nty-nine N., ,M Q + -- ' :-A Tc: ,.. 5 L . l ' l 1- , ik- . g f y a 'Y P4 5 . s Q 1 l n . 1 - Sf 'Q , ff X l :Si ' fit """"W f-fi5tEE5Vj5Et fa x - i 'V . .-. ------ if i + 2 i.. 5 1 t e ea an fwtatttcfff-a N 0 .t raft egg f Ma its M- . 0 ,if fr fi rg E -. lugs i 92, ffl ft: EF EEE S -ae ui ,L Q- illl' sl : HHaEl'EEFE2i'.2-If-ef-f-f' ill Fiji 35 I-L 'FL' r-' rf r"' - 'QC 'IT ., H , is L .-f F' ,. L il: Jil E I: I ' 1 P A-A Q S.. r Ii E ' , - 19 3.1 nf-in as it ff t -e , s if 2 ill XX :QW iii - l -l llt . i 1,1 H '- ifl 4"' its faami ils fif a t . n i--1 I -' T' ""' A 1.5. -f .P ',.L.1 ' Lfgnqgs i ill ff ! - ii ,EN "In Cincinnati Since 1860 " i' G cz slogan that means something sr Q jk" 7' gill . HE same year that Lincoln ran for President. Strietn'1ann's was founded. .fly 0 Sixty-five years of baking practice and study are behind Strietmanns 9k cookie-cakes and crackers, sold today in more than 5,000 selected groceries ' 5 .H I in seven states. 4 A Model Bakery in every detail, equipped with specially designed machinery, 5 y 'VS applying the most advanced manufacturing methods. insisting on strict cleanli- 4, ft ness and order in all departments. and using the best of Hour, sugar, butter, if , eggs. nuts, spices. fruits and flavors. enables Strietmanns to produce products gig Q of unsurpassed quality. gm 5 To insure your getting this superior goodness in the cookie- gin . cakes and crackers you buy, ask for Strietmanns. Freshness , , is an outstanding quality of Strietmanns products, and this pi y y alone makes it worth the trouble of insisting on Strietrnanns , i 91, l I I I v gy The Stmetmann B1scu1t Co. y Master Bakers A . l in Cincinnati since 1860-and proud of it ' l ii l t .4 . be " A 0 0 gil PgTh H ddThtx 1 N . 5 i g M--- -..M - . . .. . -i A .J 5 if ' DG ' Q ANSWERS .gg 3 EG l. Man is throwing paper in basket. 2. Man speaking of quiz has smile on his face. 5 3. Victim of Hell-Week should have two black eyes, Y , 4. Phone booth is empty. E . 5. Girl studying i - , ' 1-,HQ i o. Boy studying. , l 7. Man of engineering college talking to girl Cno time for thish. . 8. Freshman is wearing pot. f . 'f 9. Man finds letter in mail box. , 71 3: 10. Lost book is being returned. jr" . i ll. No dog in corridor, l s ' V 5 D ,5 12. Man is reading the Bearcat. ' 5 Q Ii Q '- 6 B , 1 . 4 , r 3 Q ,Q -- Education ln lndustry .r 'C I " 3 i HE Schoolhouse of The National Cash it . Register Company is an outstanding ex- V2 ample of the dominant position that education 1 0 has taken in industry. B. 3.-5 Thirty years ago this company realized that its if growth and progress depended largely upon Qi? H9 the attitude of its employees toward their work. 'N bl As a result, free night schools and many forms ' : of welfare work were begun. E2 Welfare work and the facilities for educating f 1 employees are only a part of the many things I 1 'I -E that make a visit to our factory an interesting f' l The NCR schoolhouse one. You are cordially invited to visit us. , The National Cash Register Company ,P . Q . 1 t 19 Dayton, Ohio 52 Q 4 P F ? D vi L ' ii i 52 Q . S .E 2 G- .cg . . . ee e l as e ee e e V .5 f I s nu S 4 ' Ai, NUR HW NU' ww' xx fn M M .... f , .... . . ..., - .... Page Three Hundred Thirty-one 5 lpbv -V ' Y V W - 1' T T '-, me 9Q'x f V-' 1 T Q-I W 'tj ,JU XL' ' ': , w ,Q U xv -.1 3? K5 J . - Rv-vz lf 's9lmQLEQ,f,2iC7-t2K,3:XxC?5Y5 5 T f ' ' i ' ' " If L 37 if 5? E442 r 1 l l I G l ,D Y Q ' Q 1 Q2 T I elel ill! DHS Ildll tl' 5 U 5 gt l f ' f. . 1, l BIG and interesting world awaits the conquest of every l Q: 5 graduate. Both the technical and human requirements J 1? ,q of business are now vastly more complicated-and. Q if l therefore, more interesting--than they ever were before in the bt F l worlds history. That is why business is steadily drawing to i ' T it the best brains, why the talent that formerly went into state- ,Q 6 C craft and politics now finds satisfaction in business and in- 7 , ' dustry. l o ' ' l G l 1 No example of modern business is more developed than the ' , - lt' q telephone industry. It employs more than 200,000 persons- if thousands of whom are college graduates working in its scien- 5-3 tific departments. An equal number of those who have won 2,6 X' degrees find profitable and interesting employment in its busi- T 3:2 ness departments. These people have made the American 5:4 X Telephone System the greatest in the world. NS' , T L' 3 4' i Q s i 7 ' ' 1 xllunllllgl. gc S 495 Qc' gb: 5 gif, l ' X E E 1 9 5 'U i EE 8 3' 3 1 u I ,M ' iff v .ix-G f , :N zrqlrmmlsuwd' 1 F' ': ?t -:Z 1 5 - ' 0 l . ' . . . ' l f . i N ' ' T he Cincinnati SL Suburban Bell sf. - T Telephone Company 5 T 225 East Fourth sttt-tt as 4 Q 'xj 9--. 2 f 7 ' is ll 5 ffl N 'fn lf' lt at ta t, tg ,t W W if' :TV all Y V TT ' T an T U T l - N I ' x A aw 2 ,J f WI' J pu, xiii' J 'NW H I m y ggggg w m g IA m In M RX 1 Page Three Hundred Thirty-t WO A P AJ' 'x.7'CJ7tCf5 IN A FRESI-IMAN S EYES A Senior stood on the railroad track The train was coming fast And let the Senior pass Soph Say can you help me with this problem" Senior I could but I don t think it would be quite right Soph Well try it anyway Strychnme' A beautiful lass was she With teeth l1ke pearls and hair of gold Strychnme' A beautiful lass was she But alas for me she turned me cold B1dCl1C I suppose you ve been in the navy so long that xou are accustomed ea legs Middie Why lady I wasn t even lookin . I-Ie-You sure do conceal your whereabouts when you go out. e-No I don t. I leave them at home so the sisters can wear them. 1 Dad-You ll never visit us again my boy. 1" Boy-Why do you say that? Of course I'll come again. ,s, Dad-I'm afraid not. Boy-Why not? 5.4 Dad-I-low can you, if you never leave? ..,X .w 1 5 'K , The gas-and it's always being stepped on. WORMS Tl-IAT CAN'T TURN IB Ci 1 I , 15' I ' 111 ,uf T W! . ,,, N . IX M "M QAIQX-J m' Ik Q F . ' f 5 4 I l J 0 if 1 I i'6 Q vi , I 96 s P4 Q r . ,x 45 W ji . A It S4 X I as . I J G1 ' l , 'l 3 Q . . . 1 2 ' 1 o . The train got off the railroad track, 1.15 B . I , n' , Ei, 25 C - V . . ' iff . Q Q . . r . . . ' 5' Q '65 y S I 5. ' ' ' . A f. 1 r I . . I ' I 1,3 t ' a ' I 3 -ll :Q - . Ek ff 3 al " . . 7' T to s . , ' X5 . . . v , . 5 J 5 - . Q 5' if .3 g Q 1 N l I ' to Sh ' Q1 ' I at G sb l l ' J 4, 9 JL' 94: F Sw J T l f Page Three Hundred Thirty-three 22, "5 TSE -. 0 .- xgf ' 51 'Q , . L, . XJ X , J If iff , fv if is "E, Q, 'E S2 ,. Li P' M at Board of Directors gf o ' 4 , A ARTHUR R. MORGAN .... ..... c hmmm A if 5 A :. 5 f FRANK F. DINSMORE ...... ...,. V 'ice Chairman 5 T, ', w Ll' SANFORD BRGWN ALFRED MACK 524 f l EDWARD H. ERNST EMU. POLLAK k We HERBERT G. FRENCH DR. ERWIN O. STRAEI-ILEY Q I r I U 5 GEORGE H. WARRINGTON ' ff' Qi: 9' 'E El ,Q , 3 HQ D i . A 1 v 5 ' '5 5.1: Q N fi s X uf f X f 0011 N ' XVI Page Twenty-eight -S 3? f gl ju -RQ 'Q l 2-.3 W 9 aa l as , DHS l " ' D QS ommg wo 1 E E Alu mae You young women who are graduatmg Wlth the Class of 1925 Wlll soon be modern members of a modern soc1ety On some future day when you take charge of a home you w1ll adopt present day methods of housekeeplng And lxke more than 2 000 000 other Amer1can women you w1ll flnd that one of the greatest of modern household helps IS the laundry Laundry SCFVICC IS careful economlcal and rellable It saves you many prxceless hours frees you from the work and worry of home washing It glves you greater oppor turuty to take the part 1n soclety for wh1ch your tra1n1ng has Htted you We extend our most cordlal wlshes to the Class of 1925 And we feel cel tam that you w1ll JOIH the 2 000,000 alumnae of American women who have graduated from old-fash- ioned antiquated methods of having the weekly wash done in the home. The Amemean Lan dry aeellmllmexry Co .Executive Ojices Cnncnnnattn, ll-llllnnalv THE CANADHAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO., Lid. 47-93 Sterling Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Agents: BRHTHSH-AMERHCAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO., Ltd. Underhill St., Camden Town, London, N. W. I., England x v -," 4H7Ul'lCll'll 0 if n A, S send if me 9-n.u.u.c. 5' P. 0 9 ?. . l Ai 40- F Q, lq lfj O 1 1 ze I QO- g, f if l l 7' l y l 5 2'6 L3 o . , c . 95 ,J l sf i P vzf f .. 5 'L Q-. PP U Z, 5 PC y ST ,Q Q1 X1 44 I L . r xv, .wr w ll ll wx! ww. gk ISN A1 IAF HX 'lm IA Page Three Hundred Thirty-four ' ' I . ,- E A, W .. ,....,,,....,...- M-, ge S i -T 4 , il 93 ' C I WIDOW GREEN GRASSES ADVICE TO CO-EDS 1 4 D . I ,G Marry young-If you re out for a record. an early start helps. ls I I X I . Customer-Where can I find misses dresses? 1 X I Sophie-What department is she in? il ' a 4 I -t 2 ox 0- Frosh-Lynne, didn't you tell me to file these contracts. p ' - LJ 1 Lynne-Yes. What about it? I l Frosh-Wouldn't it be easier to trim them with a scissors' I 'Q'- O i I Q , H ti: ii , Teacher-Give me the word "beetle in a sentence. p L3 I? Willie-Dad says it does beetle how you can dress on the salary you get. 4 I I I , f I , . P, QI C I thought Bill was rushing a blonde? I I I , f, oh. she dyed. I IM I - : I .E ' ac? g in E Qi I yf N 9 ii P t 35 2 3 Q l F3 f - THE STEARNS s. FOSTER I I i 1 E-'E -U4 I . MATTR ESS I I . 3 fi G :ig 5-9 ', I Its absolute comfort and whole rest-giving construction p CY make it a mattress that induces dreamless. healthful I f I sleep. Why not learn, from your own delightful ex- i i 4 I perience, the luxury of sleeping on one of these Mat- il ' rt I I tresses? . ' A DI? I 1 CT . Sold by Furniture and Department Stores ' N, Ji 5 l It 44 I 5 "G It 6 g I . i v i il? I 1 f Y g- W, -N E -,, ,,,. , , Y ,,,,, ,,- . .... --,, H-.., . Y 1 ,fa I ' n w wi K 'AX I fh A1 m IOX N g 9 Page Three Hundred Thirty-five I ' Ci' ' ' W T' ' X Z ,C x, 5, -: v 1 ... I J 34 1, .,f 'x " K Y " Y ' 1 .. s gs ZA- Your Future Success depends on your abxllty so save If you have not started on the thrlft road to financlal success take the first step now by open1n,, an account 1n thls bank We Pay INTEREST on all 0 SAV I N G S ACCOUNTS Save to Learn Learn to Save The Western Bank 82 Trust Company Twelfth and Vme Streets C1ncmnat1 Oh1o CLIFTON HEIGHTS BRANCH At H gh C Cl t M ll BOND HILL BRANCH k R d C PagTh HddThy ! . D 1 II :Q 5:1 ' z 5- ag 5 : I 7 . 04 . 64" 64 5.-Q 1 4 . V .S . O- . . . 5.5 :Srl A 'CAJ 'ffl I w lf jf: iii' T A l 1 XS T Iv Cf . y ',' 5 , P l , ! 7. .A y I 9 - . . , 0 1 , I3 L , Sl g. 1 , -Q-4 , - 1 ! 2x 3 , l T 'W , -2 ffg 4' x J I gli .fr -1 5 -0 1 1 ,J ,... 1 .14 4 5 CD Q J 5 1 1 - C7 "Z, iff f xxx rg gi , xx I I Q I Q -,til , 1 9 W2 511 Q u es ox-ner -,..j I I? if on Avenue and Mc i an Stre t kc :NE 5-5 f 4' gi, ' P dd d an alifo ' Lf 1 f -: l Yi " ' x 5 911 o W og, , Yi Q' ': A i , , 'CW 4 ' T . if -,g 1 w ' 2 f I h " " ' ' "" at ' ' -'-rf " -W -- - -W :4 ' W Sl W xg Qu Rf n 7 0 , WF if 'm lf.. 4 -K 7 1 gf IR A1 m IQX m , e ree un re irt -six . r, 1 AL 22 f" -'-' 1- 'i"'i"" "' ""'e"""1 7 ' ' " ""' ' ' rs ' H ' 21.45 ' 5 ' cf " T: -.i , 50" 1 4 6 et 1 4 Q 4 f-T 4 X 8 ev 4 c R4 F Every ek -'f Ad , carries e A ,ji 3 w Message 11, 4 le -.- -F wg l Them Sf ii 9 f' E? ' Y. - - f' is i F Q be i 95 Q ?'G El ,xv W ""f5WC?3!5?V W fin mr n.'JKxC25m m W 6 f i, ' in 'W "" 'T W TT' T W A 'T ' W ' ""' 'W' ' ' " U ' 1 I l Lf' rr 1 ii D 2 1 z l il z- Y l D Q E 2: i 1 i 3 '- Q l . A P' y The Year 1oz5 IS a noteworthy one l i , for the Stuart Walker Company, 1 " L- for it has proved the success of an undertaking that a year ago was ' T. problematical. and three years ago was decidedly a gamble. Stuart Walker. a native of Cincinnati and a graduate of the W l l University of Cincinnati, believed that the people of his home X l ' town would appreciate and would lend their support to a pres- i' ' . entation of worthwhile drama by capable and polished actors. W li: v The risk wasn't so great. however, for after all, Mr. Walker 92 knew Cincinnati and Cincinnatians, and the wonderful and , enthusiastic support and patronage that his company is en- ff joying here this season more than justifies any risks incurred l W . by Mr. Walker in giving to Cincinnati a season of repertoire , that more than compares with the theatrical season that New ll , 5 York enjoys during the winter. From its obscure position three gl L years ago the Stuart Walker Company has come to be recognized ', iv as one of the most important factors in the dramatic, social. Q Ai artistic and civil life of Cincinnati. I '1- ' The leading members of the Stuart NValker Company are almost 5 1 without exception actors with authentic New York reputations, I and most of them have been with the company for many seasons. " The spirit of their acting is very rare in the English-speaking 3. ' theatre. because few English-speaking companies play together for any length of time. To achieve a good musical ensemble ,I ,V , ' in a symphony orchestra it is necessary for the players to be T' together for many seasons. The same is true of a theatrical company, which fact has been proved by the Russian Art Theatre E' O Company in New York. The members of the Stuart Walker X K' , Company play well together because they have been together for l ij I 'ae many seasons. Eli fl The plays for this season are among the big successes of the past 'i seasons in New York and London. Many of them are new to 5 I k 1 Cincinnati and several of them will be played for the first time Zi 4 ' on any stage. In addition the company hopes to present several l . N 3 ' spectacular plays, one or two of the big plays of the English l ' theatre. and some special matinees of plays for children. :W u 1 Ll Y I X '. K' 5 'Q ' s JQQZ W If xsm Page Three Hundred Thirty-eight li . . 2 l l. l 2-G l C J 1 5 1 l l Ken.-"Little girl, l'l1 give you a pretty pin if you'll leave the room and let your sister l G . l and me alone.' i y . .4 X Edith.-"I don't want a pin." l l , . Ken.-"Well. what do you want 7" 1 "' 1 Edith.-'Al wanta watch !" I 5 T l 2 The orchestra played rapturously. Two hundred couples swayed, now here, now 9 k T there, in graceful rhythm -- Suddenly the music stopped! More! More! Cried 199- ' the other one was dancing with THE chaperone. if Q o . l An' Irishman boarded a street car one day with his hands extended in front of him about 12 inches apart. ' The conductor asked him for his fare. rg! X 0- Pat said, "take it out of me pocket." fl' "Are you crippled?" ', Q "No, me wife sent me for a pair of shoes and this is the size." L 4 l , l A Little Advice to the Graduate I Boss Cto job seekerj.-"Young man, what college are you a graduate from?" - 9 1 i j. S.-"I ain't never gone to college." 9 , Boss.-"Take off your coat, you're hired!" ' I 1 4 um X f I Qty s I ll! X W ffl f 1- 1 1 0 fr. GX .wx BX Page Three Hundred Thirty-nine l I A 1 I f t iff vf' sf .5 Lg , T . A 1 ci HE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI :I COMPRISES A GRADUATE scHooL I Of Arts and Sciences. , , THE MCMICKEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS ig' Offering undergraduate courses in Arts and Sciences, Extension A " h Courses, and Evening Classes. I THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION l ' y Including I-Iome Economics, Physical Education, and Kindergarten. THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 1 I Including Instruction in Hospital Administration. l . THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH I I 5 THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMMERCE 5' l Co-operative courses in Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical L ' A Engineering and Commerce, and Evening Courses in Engineering , and Commerce. I 5 7 THE COLLEGE OF LAW l ' I I The oldest LawSchool established west of the Allegheny Mountains. L31 THE SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS . THE SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION i', ,xg + , THE l il THE I 0 4 N ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY LIBRARY TWO GYMNASIUMS l Q ' . One for men and one for women. . N ' rl l RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS ski Under the United States Government. l i . . Q5 Do You W ant a College Training? ' x l +-Z . . . . . . " T The City of Cincinnati has established a Municipal University to train its citizens for I Q greater efficiency and usefulness. Before planning your future. investigate the I ,3 opportunities offered by your own University. 3 For announcements of colleges. requirements for admission and general information. l address: 9 THE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, Q University of Cincinnati, Burnet Woods Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. X! . , I gum fx If R XJ,-sxx-I xvh fn I IOXK-E31 JTCIIVIA Page Three Hundred Forty 1 'J i x N s ,u ,A 'i . fs X, L i ,J 1 C s arf 5 z , I f f 1 fe l S r Frosh.-Say. listen, I didn't know baseball was such an ancient game. ?E I Soph.-It isn't so old. 2. G C, Frosh.--Heck it isn't! In the Bible Genesis starts out, "In the big-inning." ' 5 1 4 l E f and W 3, f 4 - S 5 QQ ' l . . Q- 4 Prof.-How much time did you spend on this lesson? V, , 1 a i TN Flossie.-One hour--railroad time. I Q X Yi l " gq Prof.-Railroad time? -in Flossie.-Yeah, counting stops and delays. 5 i ' 1" 2' N lx 3 33 i 1 -K '. i .fs ' I. The difference between false teeth and listerine. Your best friend can tell--and will. X gf, J- ig i Q- gi - 5, 1 ff This paper has a remarkable picture of a woman swimmer. , fi What's so remarkable about it? it-f l Q3 She's actually in the water. G i 1- at Lucille.-jack gave me a rainbow kiss last night. A V' ' ?-if . T Tiny.-Rainbow kiss-whatiss? if ' a- r- , ff Lucille.-Comes after a storm, dearie. ' 571 s. .4 Emil, ll, . E, U if ' i w vg o ' X rl' ' s 'i W A1 ' fr. AA in IK M HX , N Page Three Hundred Forty-one 1 I , ""fI3h.' wif?-EiS'.-"2" .'f?f'..w.1!-',E.7i"EIf 51 ' .1 Senior-I know where you got that tie. junior-XVhere7 Senior-Fire sale. ,Iunior-I-loxxlja guess it? Senior-lt's still on hte. I see Eddie ivlottern has written a new book. What immoral does it point? I-lave you heard of the Ioobbed hair bandit? Donit use 'Athef' theyre all that way. i I 1 'll' fl1dI0 511111011 Upefaffa oy The United States Playing Card Co. Q' an I Jfatzzufaclzzrcrs of CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. BICYCLE Playing Cards E':-Tit' CONGRESS Playing Carat 'P 1 1: I 'ttf' I -W -iii ' QI I 2 I ,QMWIIP " I . 9. W ff' "if5'-fir 'V' , 1' ,Il iff I 'N ' "' ' - " ' Page Three Hundred Forty-two ,,, , , I , , I ' 1 I . , G 4 s I f x O Cl- 9 I is- IQ U O 1 9 qjf I 2 P I s I I I xl 5' N gif U 9 X . iw ' o I ll. ifi ' I ff. ood vm Y! N L . -1 I I II 4' 5+ , F Q I N.: I Q ' 52 I I G , I , I g., I I AUDITS I y x C5 INVESTICATIONS I I , I FEDERAL, STATE AND C I I I I Q I COUNTY TAX SERVICE ,mt 53 J' I SYSTEM SERVICE EMBRACING IIII If I LI I I3 5 I I FINANCIAL SYSTEMS 0 , I gg - COST AND PRODUCTION SYSTEMS I Ig I I FACTORY EETTERMENT A . T Ii if R BEAMAN :nn . ' CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT if I I IOI-IIOI F, . INDIANAPOLIS-CINCINNATI-CHATTANOOGA ,I I , I H! MIDDLETOWN W HUNTINGTON I g A I , ' 3 ' TP F ' I ug. 4 Mg! 3 ?I Sm-mai WOT' , I . I MEMBER Ch P- I-W I - I CI I WJ QI! AMERICAN INSTITUTE em. IO- 6 Owe 3 E563 ea IG ,. OF ACCOUNTANTS I I I . NATIONAL ASSOCIATION to Chemlstry' y' 4 OF COST ACCOUNTANTS Student-A bad deal, I'd call the V 1' P I CERTIFIED PUBLIC 'ar - ' ACCOUNTANT IOI-IIOI campus blondes! I Sf. VII' I I. 9 E41- ,E "Benny"-Is heet aIwayS generated ' I when two IooCIIeS In motIon come 0 o 5 hi together. -any I I Frosh-No Sir, I hit a guy yesterday 9 L V 3 I, and he knocked me cold. 4 I . , ,Q r PI AN OS 5' nj 'W 51' ---- ,?--- 5 ' I LI Q - f -'Q A SWEET, RICH TONE . -I Q - . ' Don't try to kid a Chem. Prof. ' Q Why? . I-Ie has too many retorts. I L II 'Z CINCINNATI, OI-IIO ' 2 L 514 I I -. 4 I 3, 5,95 ff -ff 'f-ff' r . , . TTTT T T' . Iv, 001, T sw: ' UI 1 QI'I5w6'k'Di, 'W ' W' 1' TV A W' JTC' 'W 'A lk ,fn IA A1 In ' fin In W y rox A W I Page Three Hundred Forty-three 1 .-nr s ' -l w ?E255.5'f3is1..d Wf:Qi'i.,. Wgl.a."5:ff?ir:s. EmiEEE:?'a'?-3.52-li'r-2:f'3?ifi3?,S2.i?'3i3i'i33?5f?ii:fS2g,f 0 l U , ,ea , e,,a-.,t,HW.....-.,-,,. kj? ' ' Fa: E ..a. 1 f 1'!"' , l x -5 Jw alll: -'-1 r' 1, .- t N Z Y , V if ffl , F l :Ji ff? . l L1 s YJ D 5 :jc , r r"'f t i rf'-l lfffk H134 ' Ql12 'F"l'l . ,N 5 . 'N ' gi 1 ' A l if! ,gil lf? 77-'il W A ttf! i , - 1 1 , rl 1 gf! uf: 3 ll rf l 1 l i -2-1 'LA 51 'FL f fr r If w c'1ri,xrsrpLi5i1.,x is , .x xi , vii in fl , Imran Ur me ci.,rrt-ef ur l,rlrcr'.Jl .xr-is M -gl if atgffr l sail at .. lf ', isp C 5 F3 , I 'O 0 students in the College of Arts l would emphasi:e the importance of what they can acquire from a general education in the training ol' mind. will, feelings, and taste, and in securing from their study an outline map of the world we live in--social as well as natural. You are all larger than any trade, business, or profession. Of course, you wish to know what is essential for the performance of your particular task in life. But in order to understand those fundamentals upon which tverx' such task depends and to learn how' to make the most of xour leisure and xour relations to others outside ol business you must seek liberal training Its aim is to aid xou to become rounded citi tns equipped for work and lor plax able to Judge to appreciate to do fortified to withstand what lvlilton called the winds ol doctrine and all the follies oi the moment acquainted with some part of the best that the race has thought enjox ed and done in the past and courageous to face the present and the future eager to solxe new problems in the light of old experience The College or Arts of the Unixersitw of Cincinnati endeaxors to help xou gain such an education -4-1. V ejifflmlb' t fnj' QUT: 5 If l rffil fill l rl? lfjlf ix. Q19 ,i 'Ov 3 k N S N f 5 r K ,.'. . E, . . , ' - M'-3 'g ' x v. L nv V . q - . . 4 A. . ,K ,Y g g 1 V Y x, .Zi ' L ' l ' , ' . g , . .Y , itil , h . . . k i W' l 3? I l A. .- H-.- Y .,.-a.,.- Wa,W-,1a,.,,ZetA,m.,.,.,,.w....a.a,.,s,,.,,,,,..t.m,.,-,.- e...k..r, V,...,... .ac ,,- 4 X l r .ir T l 5, --ff----7- -'fM f V , A Q 4 D V L i , i b Y n in A , ' ' "f f 5- -li' mf r ' 'N , 1- 1 H ss'-a i - Page Twenty-nine V W , .n , y ' ' ': , W fx V1 w -.1 E V r . '.- 1 xr '59 '4 l i .. or 5 9 t I : at l ' -2 ' l fp a , Q l i D , ,lur- H X I . l N Q 9 I , ' os- - E f'-' t AMW Power Plant Servzce E For Eficzem' Our products conslst of a complete l1ne of brass 1ror1 or steel valves lubrlcators o1lers grease cups cocks un1ons and fxttmgs THE WM POWELL CO Cx oss Wold Fan I xe heen t151n to thmk of a word for two xx eeks Frlend Trv fo1tn1 ht lxttty I alxx a5s sleep xx 1th glow es on That s what makes my hands so soft lxat And you wear jyoux hat ln bed tool One of our beautles Do you thlnk these photos do me Just1ce7 Photo xaphel Oh xes justlce tempelecl mth mercy 2 , 'W 5000 W NU 500 W XX Jai it JAURC PgTh ddF l - is 1 x l i f x- ' Q V 1 . I . 25 . . . 5. I , ' .' 1 . ' W 0' L 7 7 ' F Y 515 4 " I ' ,X Q t I . ' , I 9 ' l ' ll-3. I ' P 1 11 f , - l ' jj . 1 N . l Q. l eff , '1 r' - ' Q fl? . I . ? ' 7 . T' O ' . V . , , "' . A 5 u W g I f ' . ' . m 4 . g Q ik 4 I A f gh: I ' l 4 . ' 9 f ... l 3. , :I V I w i Vv f - X A . - ws A , r es . l W 1 1 I l , 1 3 I L J ' - ' ' ' ' . it vt l t . , . Q r g. O, N, Q . , , 57 as 1 o X I is w 'V K" 1 'Y V ' ' 7 7 'W' 'my Y 7 7 O' H V- 'WOW'-WW' ,flj 1 Rx . ree Hun re orty-four l 7: '3 , 4 .. I .. E ' g yt? if l 2 ' 5 ,N ULIUS BAER l 1:2 J- r I QE CJ OLD STUFF Owers i 3 With a gallant gesture he brushed ly :ul x back his wavy locks, "My only 138 ' .sl Q thought." he passionately exclaimed. E' Fourth Street "is of thee!" A Film came over her Cincinnati Q 5' L, eyes as she replied. ul-low generous Ohio 2 l H r you are when you have but one." 1223311 2479 r l QSee Freud. page ZX-1 P. D. 0' l af l R. S. V. P,-Feline lnstinctj l l st' EQ l l 2' Q L, Cincinnatiis l y wg Telegraph Florist i l Q l j ri fl 4 l I L: Q Y l 4 if l ' ' li ff fd og .. r ,i if Cgbe D f. ., 4 z- ,. ohn Church Co. r ,jp f, Fatherfl-lave you had any encour- ', i agement from my daughter? r I be wg-1? th St SuitorkWell, she said that you would , X es our ' probably continue her allowance t, l 5 Main 2643 after her marriage. y 2 f l W Q New Standard , J Q 1 5, 3 Q DNC ,ggi Attention Henpecks! l 5, C' , The male ostrich hatches the eggs. ' High Grade Planos Go ye and do likewise! 5' L' r 'g, . MASON SZ HAMLIN r' E EVERETT 'L ESTEY l , l ,--QW 7 'K 'S Q S 1 l 's ,s e r nn --or t o X. Qi' iw ,lf W. 7k m fa m ff. A lk m M RX A Page Three Hundred Forty-five xii r -.- v 1' - m i iv 'A '-" - A M C y V 7 - sf. W C W iv ,-my W ' seep l Ci ' lu X T 'J i L .' lf 1 , . 5 . 5. g .2 Y , I I J W. 9 4- 1 ix QC J I P - 9 -so 7... i R U- l. i sb ' l S C CWS 3 CI S l ,l I l v ' J ' as- . . They Know- ge That we serve and co-operate with nearly all of the 1 ,LDP . . . . . l H I' ' National Advertisers and Advertising Agencies. 5 , THEY KNOW that the "Rapid Service" means l , ' 'S speed. quality and careful distribution that gets the 92? "' ad-plates to them O. K. on time for scheduled adver- , Q 3 0 tising campaigns. Ei: THEY KNOW that we have pioneered in this kind . J , b of service and have continued it successfully for 1 gf,-5 ' over a fifth of a century and now operate the largest I L 30 factory in the world. especially designed and built f Q, i' for such service and located near the center of pop- at 5 ulation and publications. l - Ask any five National Advertisers you may ' ' f T think of. It is entirely probable that we l X' 2 serve three out Offive, if not all. They also E .4 know that "WE CO-OPERATEK' 1 9 r F5 THE RAPID ELECTROTYPE CO. EQ. -"' . Electrotypes, Aluminotypes, Stereotypes Wood Flong Mats Tfj , ' K i ' CINCINNATI 5' 1 4 . New York, 200 Fifth Ave. Detroit, 205 Kresge Building Y Chicago, 602 Monadnock Building x , l ri 1 CN J ' i if we . ' ,gf .' A U 1 I . 4 t , -Y -.MY N- za -y ep--1 -152 ii 1 Ziggy' if , ' i M 5 F 5 EH?-EIS!!! -U Ei 1 9 'E l ge Tl' iii 1 '----'- -' f-Q W ' 1 K fi t. - ee in A- -, ci 'Q - ee eel: A 4 1 ' all 'ff -' Qty " 1, 3 Q i w Ur. :I Y.. ,,, M , i"""" a 2 C ' The new 8400,000 home of the largest maker and distributer of newspaper ad-plates in the world. Wholly occupied by The Rapid Electrotype Company 5. V u 9 4 S 5 Q I D' 'F I E 4 --D F1 E - ' ' W ' ' fv fl swf xg ,lv F ,ff sg' ww, Y life. xg' ,,, V 0 ixm m m fox in rm Y, , ,,,,- - ,,i7,,,.,,,, , ......--, ?Y ...VYWYW YYVY Y , , . A A,, , ,MV C' l 'D 233: ' V 1 Q0 H 1 X ., 5 ' bi pi . Sf 7 C5 4 Y 141 -J xa- . Li -2 0 'U Some people read advertisements x U: Some don Some people buy mtelhgently Some don t ' - if Ta 9 E p 9 E I 1 , t - t ,f " p . . 5 gl, ' ' ff: ' I Q 2 , 1 , J How about you ? p .7 .5 E1 1 C9 5 2? e , Kr?1 MQ5C fr, fox x IK ax Nm ' Page Three Hundred Forty-seven B fi ,Q LN 's 3-: 4 I I g, 4 y . I 94 N -so J F24 O 91'- 0 r l Q -'O 5 , . Yr We Why IS a spx mtel lxlee a hobol Both a1e Uoocl txacle men mean pau of knees axe not necessarllv always lenockmg each other Have you a I3Cl1O IH your apaltnaentl l lo we tune ln on the dumb xx alter shaft Qhe LIZ ne s young man calls her hls peach and the apple of h1s eye Vv hx can t you call me thlngs hlee that' l-le Sony darlmg he s a fxult merchant l sell fish Bud That glrl of yours looks llke a Texas o1l Field I-larxyf You mean hke a m1ll1on clolla1s' Bud Nayv hlee a mldcat speculatlon it Better Than a Hot Water Bottle l Heat Lamps produce a Deep, Penetrating, Constant Heat, whereas water bottles quickly cool. ' Used extensively by athletes for the relief of soreness or stiffness of the muscles. l' - ,- e--- l -une W I Elastic Hosiery, Dancing Belts ' and Surgical Instruments Trusses, Corsets, Abdominal Supports Prlces up Sanitary Furniture The Max Wocher 82 Son Co. 2941 Cfiifgjifgiiostfeet 5 be 4-. N 4 l - r : 4 1 r 52 Sy u E-'G l 5 9L 'n 95 v E.' QY Q , - X :, 5 C 5 Q3 7232! l RW I ga i' 34 PQ c s-5 I l I P T N ' b ' ' , g i af" is 0 xl s r N A '- V - Y H ' . r l N' ' ' I ' ' ' . . X s ' X y U Q2 , Q , , . A f X X L T . . Y . .. N .. . V -,, as J' 7 -., -' ' . ' xo el - A V- - - ' 5,5 f' 2 ' I ,H y W ' V 1 ' A' U . . it l 5 r .A - . l 1 U ,ty l 2 ti 5 W y -, ,- . U l 7 , V 1 P 9 i ' 4 l , . ll l 2 ? l ' Q l 5 ' . fi IF 5L Pk o Q 1 4 l a l m yyyy m IK Page Three Hundred Forty-eagm -1 K- 1 I 0 rf oa- n N 'i ' I i E 1 G . 32 Blase-So sorry I couldn't make your party last Q 4 , S72 u 1 . . ' night. A x ' Q1 , .my La Ci Her-Oh, weren t you there? Q6 y G 'l' l ' - E.-'EE + niiiiiilifil 5 E'-, - llilllliff "-if:-1 gf' 1 f Illllll ll, ' 5 L 'annum .-- l ' L V f 6 Tramp-I've eaten nothing but snowballs for three lr Eg , S days. E Hard Hearted Hanna-Damn shame it isn t summer. : ' 1.. if ' r -:E l - E" - E 24 5 E-. " i . 'i J Betty-What an awful gash on your forehead. i , Q X Y X :N 3 Mac-Next to nothing, my dear, next to nothing. f Toe. Harry ate something that poisoned him. ' g Main. Croquetce7 5 Q Toe. Not yet. but he's very ill. i 1 Qc Q I ' Any Beta-What do you say to a tramp in Burnet Woods? 1 r Marg-How dare you! I make my dates on the campus. . 5 F y 3 sg l 5 .4 I g,, KT, Dizzy-I wouldrft trust my fiance farther than the tip of my nose. i A Dame-I-Iow'd you catch him, dearie? l .9 rgf W F - 9 Ux The only thing she wouldn t show mel-her birth certificate. fb I' TH S E' -G ' su l l nu ' W . wa? -ff ,wf xy, 'T' my sw- w,,,ff5N5V fk M ' JT. 4 NX --'J SSX ' Ik HX RX Page Three Hundred Forty-nine -TTY -TN T' T -f . Iv -9 .v gl' V ,W - ,j 3 -1, 1: ,' ': , 4 -'39 ' LAY - , 'IPOAL ' 'TW I I v 5 THE ALPHONSO TAFT LAW SCHOOL THE TANNERS RESEARCH BUILDING THE JAMES GAMBLE NIPPERT STADIUM The above hu1ldIngs are all remforced Wlth Pollack RAIL STEEL remforcmff bars Th1s material IS rolled at our Marlon Oh1o plant In accordance wxth the standard speclticatlons A lo 1-I of the A S T IVI THE POLLAK STEEL COMPANY General Off1ces Cmclnnatx Works Cmcmnatl Manon O Chmcago Ill I' X S Iwlummer Let s eat Bummer Where ll we eat7 Ivlummer Let s eat up the street Bummer No thanks I don t llke asphalt Soph I don t know whele mv next k1ss IS comlng from Toph I don t know where my last one went Fresh Frosh When are you goxng to let me klss 5ou7 Lelxa Come a1ound on Frxdav N1 ht That s amateur mght Gus I beat a Prof up today Bus Wherel Gus Up Cllfton Avenue nw M W0 ww W XV If xx!! ' ' V, fy A J-C2 A kjfgx Wu in 00:91, 1,6 7SJ FQ I x-5 c 1 2-3 1, 'P ': pr ,Q 'ki : - I ' I 54 'EI - - Is. 54 O ' gg J . . . - - QQ I ' I -A I , 2:3 . . . . as 1.- 3 a ., x,e l I1 T S . . . . 213 4 . . . . . P 7 1 'Y 5 ' . l l 5 1 as , f I I if gf: I ' I ,lf . 5: si i I l 9- E 1 ' r . gli- i 1 - :xg 4 - . 5 "2 if sa' ' 'fi , . . A I c 1 -.. ' ' ' ' I I 39 c N 1 . , a 1 . A' 19 Z ' I r f ' Puig f in e': ' I I J, i . . y ' A ' . ' 1 . U . . - . o ' ' QL QQ E.: . v, 1 , in 1 if ' . 6,9 ik T ' L35 ' . fi- ' 971 I ' fx. 9" A IT o , 1' 5 I ". 7 4 W Y I X A -Ax-vi? f 'T A A is A - f A f P :yy Q A m ATX 5 , , If I , ae ree un re i I 'I N i l fly lg! is H 1 s rg Q 0 g g an 5- c I 1 D i mgx 1 g i1 '-,1. V 1 me llllg fr TFT fi X 'fi i ' '-X X, x 'l' -X Qi i M es i e- e , fi 12 j-,LI A. , 4 ' --G X .1 Q.L J. , I4 11 71" if -lf, .s ' 'iii Q.. EZ . " i i ' "1' T.--1.1" Q 1 K E CARRY 2 full line Of Sig. Chi.-When it is said that Louise l . "Ludwig" Banjos has a lot of young men on her wg Buescher Saxophones string-its more likely her line. 1 .. Trumpets, Trombones 1 , , C4 All Band and Orchestra 1 E?-rg Instruments and Music f 1 1 . . - 5.1 1 F1llmore Music House 1 L U J , 528 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 1 Q if f l f l I ' VK: ' 1 4 l u T 1 v - , 'I xi ' '13 1 J. H.F1e1man 5 L ,Q . a Sailor has a girl in every portwfjollege . l l man has one on every davenport. V, E-"f 5 'UK l u .g -W --- Clarified ,L i I Pasteurized 1 ' 52 If all the freshmen of the University , -4 0 1 3 Dorm were seated at one table they ' 1 N would reach- 'I' 0 and Cream O X K ,. H ,. 6? The C Club' We serve the ' Qi Did you get overseas? Un iv e rs i t y Nope, all "Es," ii Phone Avon 3116 - 2519 Vine St. ' 32 5 Cd s :. 1 ' - il f Qi' Y Y Y , - . .,, , T.. , il ff , o Y ,- ie- e - -ew .,,, so geese -Q a a u se A a aaaa -l if Lf, ' - N I Y! .- -'l'1f5f .uf we sw W- W vm as M es W Page Three Hundred F if ty-one We Excelslor Laundry 7 ' 1' l Q I 1 ' 1 J J .1 x 4 l l L .,,e i r l O 3 Q -5-5 i E45 U D-': 0 F4 - x -Ol 54 ,g , Company Serv zce Dependabzlty Canal isn t shel Bud Yess she cut me dead yester ay Elsie Do you find it hard to meet your expenses at college? Chats No but I find it dazn hard to keep from meeting them Soph-lve been trying all day to get something for my girl. Frosh-l-lad any offers? . Al-Don't you think Tosti's "Good- bye" is thrilling? Alice-I don't know him, bu it can't beat Raynold's. t I'll ber We C EBERLE SONS COMPANY Wholesale Butter, Eggs Oleomargarine Poultry, Calves and Game Springdale and Golden Rod Creamery High-class Eggs a Specialty Comers of Sixth, Plum and George Sts. Private Exchange, Canal 4521 gui L l C ,,. 1 y n if on x'L r x ' - N J.. ,i 9 P' l f . 1 1, Q? : ,.,, r, - gi 4. X Lai .CCY o .. Qi if L G, 15 1 1 gs ll q QU, , A ,XI if XO?Ql"llf'JmL lf lfdrb gg ll rx mfqaiq Page Three Hundred Fifty-two V AV YYYY YA-Y vv rr rk KY YYY 5 'I CVAWYG-dv' . 7 V 7' V A Y YYVV Vi 7 A K Y CW C' 'I r 'I fi 'I VI ul ,sesc W is wc-, tit, 4 ,J i E SP r 'E ' fff y -Q Dud-Inez is quite the keen girl, 41. 2 G ' - 5 : i - . - 0 i f i d ' 'QD I ' l ,, i , f P ' ' lm f l . s ii 1 5 N ' -. ' - 1 : 'Q i l 5-- 11 ' 1 . l ,- , 2 ' - , i E' l li - - ' l J l T: ' l ' -4 lx l S ' pl i 20 5 'z X 3 ' ' l L ' - "Y 3 W! V Q ' ' 1 I' gee i ' lf 25 15 l 5 l f- ii l L . Ei R p ' f f l in l 49 A l lc -S rf l S X 4-J . L-.r I 4 1 -N Q O. l I O , e 94 5 ' if bf Q2 Q Q qi Ch, I'm a collector of ancient antiques 5 Of spear heads and swords and old eggs, , , 'L Of everything aged beneath the bright sun G: 3 P Pie from the Commons, a rusty old gun, l 5 Q5 Or strange beer containers called kegs. fi a Q t Q But I'm not satisfied with the truck that I've got . And I yearn for some things I can't get, I ll: And I've traveled and hunted all over the land, is X z And I've never on anything like 'em laid hand. I ,5 Though I've searched from Iceland to Tibet. 1' 5 g . T 1- Oh, I sigh for the leaf that fair Eve used to wear, P C 1, And the club with which Cain once killed Abel. ' .2 The rod with which Moses struck on the rock, Q' f The harp of old David, a some of Bock, 1,-Q fa Or a piece of the first ocean cable. D ' if if Uh! I'd like to lay eye on the sword of Richard ef - 5 2 The one whom the English call "First," y .32 The shield of Sir Launcelot, shining and bright, l ' The crown of King Arthur, Ben Franklin's first kite, y . 5 The booze with which gods quenched their thirst. I G There's a thousand and one things I doubt if I'1l find, ,Q f' Which I've heard of in poem and story, 1 'N If you happen to see 'em, just drop me a line, 3, Q And I'll give you ten bucks and a bottle of wine, And all of the praise and the glory. I 1 I ft ?Umpfb. 1 i, ,G 1 r 5 is . Q.. -- J X 0 . 0 , - 9 G ,wr xv. .iw iv. A1 m' an ,ni Ik fn fax I Page Three Hundred F ifty-three v f v F572 l ef '91 l iii like has i 2 if 'il 1 . i D 5:5 5 T 1 2 T l T :I 'iii ,, J? 2 f-1 iii I fag bib? 'U' .FV ai rg, . fi-Pl f fgi iiffi is i' '1 A'- W ia 9516 - I rg r l . 1 ii. SCHNEIDER. B. s.. sc. D. E!-I Dean of the College of Engineering. 7 .23 4 ka ' 'Qflf The leader emerges from the mass. There is no known rule of heredity for personality. ' " T . . . . . . . . A - ' for intrinsic quality. There is a divine right of leadership, but it does not descend from 3 father to song it is conferred in utter disregard of wealth, creed, name, condition, or caste- ' . and it is non-transferable. The personality which creates leadership pushes instinctively ., If '1 above the dead level, above mediocrityg and the fight up through the mass is what gives the leader the strength to supplement personality. . f isigi' PM W Xlodern industry, like Frankensteins man. is a powerful machine which lives and 3- 'F' grows greater by reason of the injection into its organism of material science. We seem to , M F be at the point of industrial progress where we must control industry or industry will control 2 N .,.i, y I us. ln building industry we aimed to shape it to our needs: we are in danger now of shaping l -' 2 y Q ourselves to its needs. Surely education can perform no greater service to humanity than nfl 1 to seek out men of ability and train them to devise and direct in such a way that the huge t fly l material forces shall be our servants rather than our mastersg and that the spiritual note 5 ' T shall always ring out above, and as a part of, the song of the anvil. 2' l i : i ' K' I il" f 'v E l I ' I - - 1 f l E, E . , . i X 7 . 1 . F 1 ix ' - ' y .. l-..-..,....- ,...-.....M.t.-.,.- ---.N.,-m.-....-. m,-.,.,...,.sa.,Y.,-a.,-- Jie A F . -1 sq 3 l EG 'i l . .... , T y T' ax . Ik ' M RX t Page Thirty :jf "4 3 4 R I an -E a I R 9 l U ' 1 C N 4 l R I -" 94 .s The incinnati oo is always pleased to welcome the Students of the UH1V6fS1ty of Cmcinnatl Summer Er1terta1nn'1er1t Season MAY 17th SEPTEMBER 7th Dancing Club House Ice Shows Kilawatt Whylxnott By Telephone Are you there? Who are you please7 Watt What s you name7 Yeh what s yours' What s my name My name is john Watt john Watt? Yes I ll be around this afternoon All right Are you jones? No I m lxnott Will Knott Why not? My name is Knott Not what 0h Hell' Gus-I paid 3520.00 for a handker- chief for my girl at Xmas. Russ-Whew! that's a lot 0' money to blow in. Soph Bud s a fourflusher Sopha I-low is? Soph l-le pretends to understand in terpretlve dancing N 5 as P 9' l l ?f l I 6 .C N I 40- - .4 The C1nc1nnat1 Rubber Mfg Co Mechanical RUBBER G O O D S Beltmg Hose Packmg NORWOOD CINCINNATI OHIO Phones Rldge 691 and 692 , 55000 QU I1 MIK l' WJ-Lwlvtfb XIWFX fm rm mwqfillf P g TheeH dedFftyf l 5 " l S. l . . . . ' 5,'4Q e 1 - i . 3 a ,'. I , i l . g . - , R ,, l be 4 -u - ' ,, ' l l I . it I R I Or ? R F l 4 - is g . 2,5 ' 1 1' - .......... - , , , Z l ' I l L- - 2 5 2 Y 4 ' 0 0 I 1 V. .V - 1 I . l as 1 - l Q.- R . ' sg i R ' Sw l ' gi Q Q . . h 0 0 SQ D. . . r 1 if Will you tell me what your name is? SP9ci3l Moulded Articles 1 l ' . W ', v I v 95' ' i R R Ml Q l ,,R-,,It,-R R S R I I l , R i 4 l W f i t rf Y R R eeee ee e been Hee be-JT-' mm 'ere , e ' Aff f I W w Hmm I A F T N A S N 1 RR y IA m n m y R R V a e r un r i -our 1' 'OK fx 65,4 -we I KR ELL K I PIANOS fl fegrrgf I f 9-sf I F lffsely W fm! l 14X Celtic I xe had a shower ewerx day this xx eelx Pat Doctorsoideis Gertie I-Iellrio' Im ettm married may be bo t DIRECT at our FACTORY at a Saving store -4 dealer up town profit lil THE KRELL PIANO FACTORY 9th and Harriet Sts West 4926 C1nC1Un3tl Ohio .Il UNIFDRMS for Military Colleges Bands " ' Drum Corps U.S. Army Officers and 1 I' Enlisted Men ...I , . 14 s a so Complete Fraternity . Equipment Paraphernalia 4 r 1 . I Banners Flags N ,D I Pennants Manufactured by Lg THE CINCINNATI REGALIA CO. Q Q' ' X Textile Building Ken-I-Iow do you like sleepin in the police station? Bud-Oh it's all ri ht in a pinch. Loot-Do you ride much in the open? Beginner-Well. I havent hit the saddle yet. I saw her hair and laughed at it, For brevity is the soul of wit. as C .aiu:QQ2Qfff.fff"'if3fl'f' . ' "?i'ff.Q5 EEE EEEiiE li irq- In W My , li PIM ljl , If ll lie-Array, li ff I J e I' X f fi ' cl 'N lf' IJ lYf'?w,'l lx I 1- X 'if N0 K! KX. No , tile , , S I H . - , , , 5, v, ,CRX M I D: 1 - I ,l - 1, 1 ' ' '7 AI , Eb ' I ' g 'g ' ' I . Elia' I I I I C5 I KI Lf! g lb U ,Q ' D 33 W 6 1 ,P CINCINNATI, oHIo Write for samples and prices 552 Page Three I-Iund d F fty fi .. 7 I 5 . 4 I -no i oo- ! can pg Q If ff. I L, I gn. 2 I . I Irate Mother-Jessie, the next time you hurt that kitty I'm going to do the ' ,jg same thing to you. If you slap it, I'll slap you: if you pull its ears. l'1l pull yours: .ji T5 if you pinch it, I'll pinch you. K-,,, Jessie Cafter a moments thotj-Mamma. I'll pull its tail. ' I rx If I I .. g 5 J She-I shall nickname you. Augur. I He-I love nicknames, but why "Augur?" L' I She-Because you're so boring. i t ef I , I How are you going to spend the prize you expect to get for your essay on , I "Cruelty to Animals?" Q Buy a fur coat. I ,I A lucky motorist is one who can hit a fork in the road and not get stuck. F gi Af ,:. I I . 1 ' PRO. CTS I I a l Roofing Materials 1: Heat Insulations -.: I I1 Asbestos and Asphalt P 'E Products if W s,3 THE PHILIP CAREY COMPANY , General Ojices: I 9 5 LOCKLAND, CINCINNATI, U. S. A. 5 Factories: LOCKLAND. OHIO :: PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA. 9- I! I I -I I .-D' , :re I H"- r Q K Kr XV, All f W, .gf,sv,nmaMQV xg, . I IIN HX M III U NYY-J VFR 3' , VIA HX Page Three Hundred Fifty-six i -----4-i---1--' - V----f2 - -ve - H- -Y,-11 -7---V.---H - - - -- - - Y - - - -Y-V YA. X l , ,e 4 5 a 4 g i ei I l 1 i . i P RQ . ' -Q Beta-No use talking. women aren't 'lg game. g . l l Theta-Well. theyielcertainly hunted N 2 5 z G i enough. 6 l . 94 0 i 5 i f 54 3 il . 1 0 l l A i i Q i 5:1 Cheer Leader-Cto girls in cheering Aww o 'SN 1 E sectionj. 3 LQ: , 1 l Let's go girls! Show 'em youre Red i l i d Bl it s -f - . i 4.3 l an ac Uppol els Oh. lVlr, Smith. do you like tea? l le Yes. but I like the next letter better. 'f .gi f ll? Write a Popular Song 5 .. Fiu in the Blanks . A' l W s I i Verse- Chorus- l g V Q Q 5 I .......,...,..........,.. a dove. ,..,.,....,. .....,.,........ h jus teasin , sg: l 0 . ....................,..., in love. ,..,...,...,...., .4..,.,.... s o pleasin' 3 Q F5 M if ' f - -4 ' fx ..,...................... y ie. ...,,.,....,.,.......,..,.., my deal. xgw M i l i . r 'Y m'wif socle ' ' i Q ...,........,.,...,.,..., y e .......,,,,.,......,.,....., ai. i F .......,......,.....4,.,. apart. .,...,,.,.,,..4.,.. ....,.,. d oo-de-doo It .fi E' if ......i..i..........i,,.. to start. ...,......,...........,.,... jus' blue. ', , l l ..............,.......... to say J , . i Z J ..................,,..... alway. You will find this more interesting than a cross-word puzzle. i ' 5 g it ' g gg g g gm W M-M - WN , i ' l . e e y 1 ', 'W VI ' I SU u 'iff Wf +V is A' - 1 Q IM IR g A1 IR IIA. g IR gg R g RX g Page Three Hundred Fift N 1 , , it ,7 s, ,n i , it K, i i X I 1 , 5- ' The D , 1 A A H E R N G E R Snooks-Do you find photography i P E R hard? ' i CO. Freddie-On the contrary, it's abso- y lutely a snap. 4 . i PAP E R T i ' T Onken-I've lost a lot of weight this i 'O winter. P -. 'I' i Evers-I don't see it. i ' Gnken-Why no, how could you, I've Vg Y Y 217 Main Street lost it' i Cincinnati y Ohio ,V One way to get the co-eps out to Ohn games would be to designate the f if 1 b th ' h lo . . 5. payers y en' p one num ers Fountain Pen : lg . C For Servzce Q E d K? House mother-Oh, Did I hear you 9 jx say "darn7" d i Theta-No, damn it! N 4- 5 Q f 1 J 'Q My ' A I What every girl should knowi Made in Cincinnati i i less' Since 1841 i t an i 2 Z 1 .Q l D4 W ' " A' ' H" ' I xii- W, ig, ,W W, ,W f X Wm sm, H fm Ax um m fox fn at Page T hree Hundred Fifty-eight 4 -2 g Q: , ' s f-9,'iCJ51Ji'fDY X ---- , , .r KLM, R, - -K1 ,ff-X L I 5 L 1 P ' f if . C ' 4 a G l I 1 P l.. - 3,1 5, w Ct' w I' 1 O 'U l READ x PAYS lf lxvfxxx, wf W w rf W mJ,wOfxQfO,aCT3fNJ-Cv'0-Ci?kOJfaG2'UmF?A 'Z X ,4 N 0 A 13 l lg W ' f 1 I mf 'K bf I X fa its -e gf. ,F :ilk 3505 214 I' I ' TF, I HJ ' ' I 5 2 5 fb Wu Lg J , wg- ! xl f b is as 'j 9- -1 ff ff A ff A ff 1. fx 1' A T iv . X Q A r m m V " A 3'Q9ft.UCfD-wa tDfICi'D.-C?-.ax D-Cf-'H s-Pi'-fflfrso-QQ m,iJICQ.9A'U If I-CP-.rCI,vIcf-SKI: C 'Q JC 1 I 'F 'Q I I ,- ,.-4-5 ....am,.:X o."1 I Qualzty FURNITURE HENSHAW s ELM AND CANAL CINCINNATI T1m1d lVIed1cal Student You dont care If I hold your hand do you? Flapper Is that what you re dolng I supposed you were taklng my pulse My what stunnlng b1CCpS Bllly Row1ng7 Nope NCCk1Hg ' W1ll They say that mam 1mportant drscoxerles were the result of an accldent B111 You IC rwht' If l had nt bltten the apple l d never have known how dellghtful a xxorrn tasted Student May l be eKcused7 l don t feel well Prof Where do you feel slclxest' Student lnChem1st1x tablshment wth a co d of m r th ghty y of e v S Morton 82 Sons 125 West Fourth Street Cxnclnnatl Ohlo Moderate Pnced and Imported Wall Paper Selected wxth greatest care Interlor Pa1nt1ng Includxng whxte 1vory and gray enamel fmxsh hardwood refmxshmg walls and celhngs canvassed and palnted, walls paneled Resldences, Churches, Offlces Frescoed Estxmates gzven wzth pleasure 'P 'J x J Cz ?-kt 1 CJ x N N A .J I I K I 'O 4 L 1 Q, I , I 4 mmm Page Three Hundred Snxty RW I xx-VC 9.411 if' .Iv Iva III Iv. IR M ax Ik HX Il I W Y Y v xv - I I7 -I1 I ty W In If 4 I vu Q xv .U I v. II X. . .. I i . - ' D , 1 - - V I 'WX X ,- ,, ., I f -In ,x yt: .1 I.: cg ' ' In A --RI 'iv 'I ' T.. '...- ' m ' 'Y' 'ilk A ,:. ' IIN '- '...' nr. ',.N',r.' wx.. , ' I ' - I V ' I Y w-Z A V 2' 1 -j I - Ci I , I Y G Q I I I.: I I I N I , , I S I z II I D I I , I Q x X I . . . -I 5-1 . . 1 i -0 ' " II . I ' , , - - - v I. I I I ' ' -- ' ' 7 I I I1 ' I sizes. .,- , f. 5 I I mg 3 r " " I I aisaaszzz. I I 'Q E, I l n 2 3 I F3 0 9 'H - ' t I I I - W g , '- ' ' 'W A I er ' T' "" -I f E -..M I+ . ' I Q I 4 I A . Ig. 'B E l . h l . ' l 1.- t . 5 , I ' ' '-I I , 5 7 , ' ' I lghg I I 1. . ' 0 9 I 5- c Q l P I 4 L - I 9 E I I 0 L. 4 l I P An es i i re r 0 e an j ' g I ei ears s r ice 7' K I I' Q7 T . I w' ' ' I :- 7 I A , - , ' - ' I " I 2 Q I . I l I . . ., . I .- I I , . 1 . . . 5 ' a 1 D ' ' 5 5. 9 C - J I G 5 'C - - 4-5 ' r I I XI I I . . . 'rj I ' ' I I V . . , . I In I 1 A I l . . 3- u . . . S. ' S: , I -I I as use w er e 5 x 2 4 ' I X 'i ,Q if f eff C4 in A -no 3 - 'PN 5 L CGbe Miller Jewelry Co. Fraternity Jewelers Gold and Platinum-smiths Des gners and Makers of Slgma Slgma Ulex Ball and Chaln Cxncuanatus Men s Glee Club Fresh Parnters Mummers Band Uruversxty News C Club McK1bben and Athletic Awards and Trophres Greenwood Buzldzng 6th and Vme Cmcznnatz Ohzo SAFETY FIRST Al.-Do you ever' run across Dihbits any more? El.-Nope, he has a flivver' now. Your vu rfe just eloped wrth the rce man Vxfatrnhel am I gorn to do for rc Were you ever rn a rarlroad drsaster I Yeh krssed my vsrfe once gorng through a tunnel You have acute appendrcrtrs Dont you thrnlfx thats gorng a brt too farl I just saw a horse wrth two wooden legs I-le could Get around too Where was thrsl On the merry go round Flvlng over a xolcano an arrman was recently put rn the arr by the rush of hot arr The same thrng happened to one whrle passrng over the Delt Ieou ll x NXNX QII1 I -:- IIIIIIMII 'MII IIFIFIIIIIIII 02- II I' "I" NNI Have always found here the newer and more exclusrxe fur nrshrngs whrch they so justly demand relief HALL C SMITH P es dent Srnton Hotel Burlchng C1nc1nnat1 IX IRIKIQX ', ,Y ff ,a 5.6 D A 9 1 A 00 K x 0- 3 R' Page Three Hundred Sxxty-one I? I Q, I I I, ,tv C I rr C-W gt N . ' 1 ' A , V y Q I Q . . 'V . I Q-Z . . . l I , ' ' ' ' Q7 I X 1 s 1 X I . 5 . . ' I' , . . . A I ' 1 f I I 4 rr I ' - I 2 N 22 I . .I I. ' . ' 'Q - : A aG I :SE 1 3 ,' 5.5 4 T7 I fs if I -if . 15 ' ' ' 5 I f rf, ii , A , V ' E .2-IIIII' fIl'ImIIiI 0444 I Qi V Z ml II:-'II QQ X vw js! Q - QD . Q f I ' N 6 I I. - I College Men I - ' Wig r I I in I g 'Y -- I I . H- . . . I ., :Il , Dff Vx ' ' f 4' l If ' . ' . EA' 1 , W ' Q A , I M . . . , r i I ' I Se. . . . if y . . . qi f . I 1 Ii -'Le .C 'I 1Ilf6'x-V -rv wr Irv rv, ?' 1h ,IIN Q IA m Af I 1 MX I c1mf.uis,fJ+0.mu so?feQ2f o4J cf efwcomfv f , I-IE 1925 CINCINNATIAN is the result of many months of hard Work by Editor "Bud " Franklin, Business Manager "Lyna" Barber and their staff of able assistants. Much credit is due them for the way the work was handled, and they may feel justly proud of the result. We have enjoyed working with them, and are proud to have had a part in the production of this beautiful Annual. THE C. W. KNOWLES CO. PRINTERS 8o4-8oo-8o8 Sycamore St. CINCINNATI W NY 3:5 XXOII 7k WAFSAL IA mm m lm ax A A. '55 P4 1 V 'll w 51 l 1.3 . '90 'N NW A 1 'WX 5 -W 9 If Dumb Dora Is Still Thankful That Niagara Falls. The The The The The T e B1g Dodge Brothers are still dependable Bell Telephone st1ll rmgs Bow t1e never bows rats have not stolen the cat s pajamas electr1c llght doesn t stay out all n1ght matches str1ke has not 1ncreased the purchase pr1ce Ben st1ll rlngs the alarm Black has not turned green wlth envv The Non The S1014 Bear The The The ' R -.. ' Pi ,J l , D 10- c1rcus IS 1n town and she d1dn t have to walk a m1le for a camel sk1d tlres need fourwheel blakes cusp1dor IS always open persons can get well by drlnkmg well water s skln w1ll save her bare sk1n dlme has not 1ncreased the prlce of t1pp1ng vlue IS st1ll stlcklng around as usual plpe organ draws well Orange crush glves the Lemon a1d s Curl The The The The The Tha The The The The can buy a dress for a song and a dance and that s all coat hanger has got 1t 1n the necl agaln gold dust twms are st1ll cleanmg up the CIYCUIK m1ss1ng spark plug has been found Watermelon IS st1ll watertlght laundrles are st1ll glV1Hg away plns ln the sh1rts t candles are ln style aga1n soft llghts en evex thlng cathsh don t meow at nlght broom lS st1ll makmg a clean sweep tow1ng b1.1s1ness IS p1ck1ng up eversharp pencll never gets dull 1 X 2 D1 DC as . y . Cy, . 1 a I l Q ag . as 2 :- fd ' ' . S2 l D C45 h . . . I 'Q ', . . . - E 'q O l 3 .: 1 - HG ' . 1 ' ' ' 0 . . l U U M l ' 1 1 I 1 ' 1 f , W . . . . ,de 1:2 D - l . 51 Q ' 5 U T l ' 1-11 b . . Q . I ,D 5 . . . . . A J g ff, . . . QW Q . . . . . . . Q 'fg ,- ' 1 v, . . . - -- . . It E72 -vs: 1 ' :A-V 1, . XI L . . . . . ' y g J 1 I 17 , . F1 ,I Q1 1 eff - 1 4 CX B B 1 12 sf! - 1 'fbi 9-Q Mg' y . o oem 'B vga lr F 'T A' X ,r 'L' V vm ff 1Jq, . 17k fn fd m nn fm m BX m g gg 1 Page Three Hundred Sixty-three -1 i., hr' "Quai" 5lElIfi'fF-5,5 " ' 'Qifififll f ' i, 51' 46.7 A 5 gun..-gl .L l ' IW 59 It l reg is Ili' .mill 5 .Jil lilii wit-QI l ' 1 i '-2.1. l 1.1. -Iv fl .U i lfj 7 ' i Qs'-Qi - ff-' a my gl iff-4 i rs, .5 Qt-yi C 1 "Ti lilfi lui Q fi illlwllli l, HCT, ,--1.5. , -- 1 1 iii lflfl . : l- gg 35.1 , l': 1 Ji gif,-l' Ll Q JQ TW. .il 5,4 Vu? lf' ' . l -li? IH -.jg 1-5 X i 7 ini: 1 -, -, . V- .1 Q 1. .ix Pucgiisrtiix. Ph. D, K Dean ui the College nl' lfductilnin A l 1 Y Rl "1-it is ii , . , . , , . A . 5573 G UINlVl:RSll H is a wondrous thing f xyorlxing not pri- A . - - . . . lt .Ui marily for proht or any immediately practical goal, but ii-: fu ' , , -374, ,l rather, to broaden your horizon, enrich and extend your IL, mental life, and make the life of the spirit attainable to you and. 1 1 , . , 1 i through you, to your future associates. May the spirit ot Alma EJ " Mater brood o'er you with sheltering wings and lead you into S. ways of greater usefulness and finally into paths of peace. V . 'I Qi 11 5 I' V1 3 1 I E , 1.1 , ,, -1 4' i' up e" - 4 i a N - -'1 Q . H Y i .f, is -i 74 1 ' " ' 'T - inf : " '5':2 7: f" ' -V " ' ' y' ' " -ji-20" 'T ..'-. . . r 1, .5 l u 4 4 X I t i 1 9-2 C 'i ? 'R l J x Ig as gi: C. N. Sore-That show ought to be ' Q7 ??i suppressed. lt's absolutely im- ' ' 25 Q moral. F1-3 C3 Gay Bird-Thatso7 I-Iadn't intended 'in 5 to go all. fi ez , nj nf Q lsadore-You accept me then. lt's a 5" Q, y bargain. if F-LJ 1 Q - ' ' . . ' Q Q Q, IsadorafSuie it is or I wou n t con- C9191-Zczan 5 I f sider it. : L y if 5 C Q X i P f 1 Y h .' l l ' 3 If 95 4 Zi- 5: ia Chaperone-Shocking! Dancing in S Q l this dark room with that young ' Ed DRY CLEANING CO. man' , y A S. Y. T.-We weren 't dancing. s a y fr, D 'Z a P Father-Can you afford to dress my BQ daughter in a manner suitable to "Q l PhOne her birth? rx Suitor-Yes, Sir: and I think l could I i . 1578 buy her even a little more than l she wore then. l g i f 1 or Gur Nearest Branch 5 91 ' ag... .- .,.-.- .aa - Y, 17' VI ' ' I XV, 'fy .W Wf W' M!! w W. 'Y' E . ni m kd rex m rm fn Page Three Hundred Sixty-four v X Q lINIrmunum1umllIH1l"7x li ll lhinll Half What did you get thrown out of the Cvlee Club for? Note Singing A COLLEGIATE MOTOR 0 h W d A MOTOR WITH PLEASING LINES THAT KEEPS GOING VVELCO UNIFRAME MOTORS MANUFACTURED BY B A WESCHE ELECTRIC CO 1622 Vine St Cincinnati - Quick Service Moderate Price A Q IEHLE S t Cafeteria I . 5 4 "The Home of Good Eats" ff is-ii T A good-a very good , . place to eat 315 ...W ,3 .3 . x 4 We strive to please your palate 7 '3 1 C Q e Qi 211 West McMillan St. I Alice-Why did you name the baby Bi 7 ' lvlay-He was born at a summer resort. Dud-Did you get the right answer? Dub+No, how far off were you from it' Dud-Five seats! Thought you'd given up the boot- leggens daughter? No, I like her still. NNE V : Fri 's N i P l 1 i l a i I , . . , r i i . W I , Q o Se G 1 5 0 l l L, W- L A U-A dll, EW' .W Nlft' 'YY' -JV W ' L . 5 0 4 4 N Ts. T . l s 4 - aw 1 l ai-5 f gt' As In t er or s sl -Q' ll' ' l 2? , , 'l 1 l CA ' A lg-iifil if l 2 l - lqli I .S l 1 .. alll I i J 4 54 ' "' J I I i ' Q C-Q, . - - , l , t l E42 x 1 l l ' w li 1 , Ffa . . . 1 i I . H . . . t L if? l .8 l , a ,J v ICE: . . . 'It ' :QT r 1 I Q, T, ll t . r v f J S '4 ' i 7 3 I C i QL E ax' Ik ' l Page Three Hundred Sixty-five 4 r 5 'f Q22 Bf - l 2 X l l 9 5 :G C' -Q 1 E 1 l Dumb-What did john do when l 3? Mary wouldn't kiss him out on ?g the lake last night. l v' l P Dumber-He paddled her back. t 0 0 . , i ' L: ,t i Bardes Dumb-I-low rough! G+ ', V Ranges bf , 9' p ' are good- . i very good Q 5 Gus-I-Iow'd the swimming team lb is lg 5 come out? J ? l Eddy-Wet. my son, Wet! a' l gf Z7 .1 l su, Y' x 1 i f LS Y i f 25 ,fl -, , I Flat-tire-l could die waltzing. ' Q 4 ' Sheik-Wait a minute till I speak to S, ' " the orchestra leader. A EM: , w 5 . a 4 ' G ff Q ' ii Q r Q -4 A i Senior-Whats an example of anti- E tj J -2 thesis? JF junior-Wine and women. 'J ' - , Senior-l-Iow so? v junior-Wine improves with old age. QQ ST99 f Q H it' A ' 2 .E -9 i 512 gw 1 ww N i yy xW: ., r XV, .ll r NIU ff w If W - 6 IR IA M Iii ffl IK BX HX Page Three Hundred Sixty-six C. - 4 hx T. l i- IE? 1 Q ' Er, 1 ,g. People I'd Like to Kill 5, E E Q2 T If u, L- The Goof who replies to. "I lost my pin," with "Where?" I The Abon Bia Eden at the head of the lunch line who lets ' 0 be 15 of his brothers in back of him-may his tribe decrease! ff . All WiseCrackers, Phi Bets. and Yesbutters. 5 ' Q 1 2 ' +1 ' ' . i . C The Editor of College Comics ' lf' T 1 Q2 4 The Lout who is never late for an 8:30. E35 t 31 Q l Q5 The Ai who loses your "lab" notes. y rf: . Y Q The felon in front of you who takes the last parking space F RF at 8:29. rn I Girls who shoot a line to young assistants. J 6 4 1 fc Men who take you to the Glympic. Q I f lf ff, K T Men who wear garters. . " Qi Girls who don't. 5 l l The perpetual, "May I cut in Please?" 5, 4 1 The Moron who spills punch on your best dress. I 'QQ The Frosh petter. Qi The leaders of the Grand March. l gf' :E gi E- G 5 Q. Any Director of any show. y . l 'fc f The girl who says she isn't hungry. 1 .1 9 K- X The back slapper. ' , The girl in the white dress. 1 'G c' , ' o The man ahead in the Flivver. 1' .-Q -me .wwf xy , W xy yy Page Three Hundred Sixty-seven 1 1 i ul f A -5 Q 'N 4 0 5 5 '- Q s. 1 , , A i ,g i 5 Q I n f G . , V QVC ir. XXL Y ph V nlqlu Q - 'Qpif' , li ' '- fi! ' , , i p V V V V . V , , VV D , i an i ' , y ?5 ' v f if 1 i V I , 2 i l 's i ,A 'ff 3:- 0 5 i t owen? I , 3 ll When you select the Stafford :fp ' - 14' jf Engravlng Company to serve " ' you, you command not only S22 skill but POWER. J Here, in this ideal plant, with iQ V every Worthy device of mod- Al . ern equipment and process, up ,Q Works an organization of spec- if ialists and experts, gradually Ll ' brought together over a period il " L of thirty-two years. -7 Whey: you rommazld, command the bert 131. f i , STAFFORD ENGRAVING Co. .1 2' Meridian and Pratt Streets 'Wax Indianapolis, Indiana QQ- -F' rt ' r 5 ' uxl l . l 5 i 3- ? f ' -N 9 '45 U li J . . 'P l if . 5 Exe. 1 -. K!! 0 . , 2, -.D v 1 , I ' W- V 1 r- - V V V -VVV V V V Wa, -,V VT--J ' e ' A . ' M W l wv' 5 '1 Q W' 'V X"-K Page Three Hundred Sixty-eight o r my M t I .Rt --, Q 5.1 A I .. 4 , DQ Lt S Du l .lg DIG 3 . f l w I l E-3 4 34 , , x l I l iff 5 N H -s g , The Western Newspaper Union J. s. Honors. Mgr. Publishers of Auxiliary Newspaper Service Stereotype Plates Advertising Mats We prmt the University NEWS and BEARCAT Telephon MAIN 8090 MAINI sem 430 Plum LIKE NAPOLEON Xlan. yoh sho am some chaf-fur. Yoh call yohself ah mechanic and heah you is without any tools. I ax yo. do Napoleon carry aroun' his cannons and guns. do he? Dio enes lxmeetin College Freshmanl -XYell, sir. xvhacldya knoxxy C F Xothlnff And Dlovenes blexx out hls lantexn and xx ent to bed Is the bobbxn ot halr the loss of hatpms and the groxx th of the ufle team a mere coxnmdence TOUGH I.UCIx ust about the time a felloxx f1n1shes xx orkmg hls xxay throuffh colle e and marnes and settles doxxn he has to start xxorkln hzs son s xxax thru college W here Good C101 es Come from 542 Ma1n St CINCINNATI ff CAPS Men s Wear - D g g ' , 12 - - , . l , ' I " A L St. if 1 5 s. 7 75 I ' 1 , - . I 1 u g W R v l 'I 4 H UQ ! .: E41 A V , X T 4 , ' S SWS . - K gf, 'F ' ' ' ' D Q- ,Q I g- !G1oves ' ' The BIEDENBENDER CO rl e asaa e as aa M aaaa a a as a f' 'f 0 , F 'T 'K AQ f n QR 1 I .IN RX 4 f K . , 1 ffCJ X W ww W NU k L Page Three 1-Iund cl L f l n l X s s l :rf F1 Q gi l 94 . C l U H I H. G. F1SChCf8ZCO.,IHC. 5 1 i Artists and poets have inspiration. CHICAGO ILLINOIS . Dj X The rest of us must always be think- l ' l '3- 3 ing up new excuses. , Q We have on display at all y ' I times a full line of Fischer I . Diathermy, X-Ray,Galvanic , , ig' She-Why did we come out here? Current- Trlerapeurie I-amp 1 1 1' D. D.-To look at the moon. equipment' together with a ' l I k f h l i She-Then let's go back and dance. Comp err stoc O r 6 atest , 1 , accessories at our Branch 1 l Office. l U .Q ? as l . Q+ . l If you see a girl crying now it may 526 Pfovldent Bank Budding 2" l be a soft heart or an advertisement i Seventh and Vme Streets 1 v . . . . E4-fi . 3 for face powder' Cmcmnati, Ohio ij I 5 O Phone Canal 1848 1 J I l - F, e S re 1 E e 'S as P 4 5 xr 1 + 1 Just j+ ' ' y I Dr. Beckle-Where are you going 4 ' with those bacteria? 2' l Frosh-To Math.-don't they multi- l ll f lildehaus ply rapidly? 4 '. i -am i E 'S l l 4 just when we think we can make if f Y both ends meet-some boob moves S7 ' ' the ends. l . . Lil .1 l J G . .312 Sheriff-The prisoner put up a very ' game fight, your honor. XX P I , , judge-He ought to. He has the l t , at S courage of Five convictions. gil All! Q. ufr W ww W xy!! 000 IX Page Three Hundred Seventy FH is f . Q-Q K. n Ken.-I want some medicine to reduce Hesh. l ,I i .5 l Man.-Ami-fat? if 5 Ken.-No, it's mother! l 5 Qi I J 'f ii CQ . . Marg.-why did that man can 3 foul on Clarity? g W Dad.-For holding. I qi Marg.-Now isn't that just like Clarky! l ' .I W 4 : I bs TQ! SQUIRRELY Q.. IQ e rw is Q? C. P.-You are charged with shooting squirrels out of season. ' Q Dick-self-defense. 2. Q ,cb Q 'ri rv G Dotty-Why do you go out with Freddy, he's a bad egg? 5- C, Betty-I'm afraid to drop him. " l tix i .- M is Chi O.-The ancient Greeks often committed suicide. l ,. 4 A. T. O.-Them was the days. You can only do it once now. ' " "Q .g QI X x N-,xii When a girl can read you like a book she'll put you on the shelf. ' if Bud-I say, I wish you wouldn't call me Mr. Jervis. S-Oh, but I've only known you for such a little time: but Csweetlyj why :X N QT don't you wish me to call you Mr. Jervis? f '- Bud-Oh my name's Franklin. that's all. ' N D f 235 42 i Q? THE SAME OLD ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR ' ' Yes, he kissed the burglar goodnight and then shot his wife. E 9 9 ' ' l E .l l E-. - 'QF l I sm ' NN 'UB G l kg! X1 ,lv K xy ,f sf: 'Ay NVQ ,rf m m fr. me m In m fax i gl Page Three Hundred Seventy-one ' N I D I X f 9 1 f. 1 1. avcwaao. mae, f2Q2r,f'15g2eg?.wg1acR:1a:lfafmimmgfgiefa scfxfm i f 3.5 :W . M C 7 x Q If Limb of the Law-Yer pinched for speeding! 'i Sweet Young Thing-Why, Officer, you can't arrest me. This is Bills car and Q2 I have IVIabel's license. ED ?i Diogenes climbed in his tub and settled himself for the night. l g "I-low come you chose such a queer place to spend the night?" asked his il I friends. - XX ff "I acquired that habit when I was a freshman at the Beta I-louse." I 5 I-fi ii 16 Q. : Bud-I-Iow I love these cold winter nights! I 5 She-Oh. don't you do it in the spring, too? J 9 0 I :. if i 9 I I 5 C O ' S ' ii o- perative ociety ' ! -i o 0 0 0 0 '54 i L University of Cincinnati Q1 I K I I rj' - I 'J I X . . Dj Books C1garettes T l l Stationery SUV? Pennants 15 I i l . . 1 Varsity Jewelry the Gymnasium gi I I . 4 . Candy Stamps Supplies f' I I 1--e ' Etc. i?..., Miscellaneous I7 3.3 A 15017 dividend was declared in 1924 We Save You Time and Money I 1 'rf iff- iw sw. g g g h gg ' m fm .mi , rm m Three Hundred Seventy-two -Cb N bu! , i l H ae N 'OD xf ,Q l l D-5 ACTION QUALITY If you want zt Always M Ra-effzcompan Q1 dl rf 5 1 PRLNTERS 4170 Hamzlton Ave Cmcznnatz The emper lane mlllflllllilfl 5 llluwst X Pqmrtmrnt I-Iutrl Tuaurlnualn furmaheh une lg nun anh Ihrre runm Maur! lx ments uh: tum zmh threr I I if 1 pdl X runm ipartmmta hnuefullg x f . Glumplvte Ziutrl 5 time F fllratnurant in rnnnrrtum mlth Tawnrte nr Uahle illvlllntr 2lliz."- 5' K 9-5 Bvrmrr -E wg : rim ilxrmprr 4rZ1lIP zmh mrirlltllun Sirrrt The Surglcal Instrument House Our instruments are of the hivhest quality our price the lowest, our service the best. Send for catalogue. N i:it our new physiotherapy department which i: c m- plete. showing the latest in surgical and medical dia- thermy, also quart: lamps e c. Pharmaceuticals E Qflice Equipment The Crocker-Fels Co. Cincinnati, Ohio qtudeAI'm Hat, I couldnt buy shoes for a Goldfish. Studer-Thats nothinf I couldnt buy a supper for a nightmare. Betagl-Iey simp, what do you mean by washing the forks in the fini r bowl? . A. E.-Think I want to get egft, all over my pocl'ets7 I "I'm cutting quite a figure." said the chorus girl as she sat on the broken pop bottle. I U N --0 1 BCW A'- v- :T XII, AY' I III S221 fix S S I 3 Y 1 be 4 if sl l .4 l 9? Q-. 5 x i if swf it 1 :- I ti A N I 5 4 ' , i I f ' I l - , . cr ' 1 ' . l , rl: Q - J - h I ,I ,' 1 'ff M g l 57 L4 ' ' H ' , . fe A ' 1. 4 CT Q ' - ' wl i l, l q S 4 . , . - ' 'lil 4 l Sf l ' .eff lr , :- f l f i . ' .. 5 4 K? rqmppeh Qutrhenrttra. . jg l W- -L, it git" l i """ " A 2 ' . lg? 5 igIl.:f'.'Wl ' i 71, lf x . -i ,ll yr.. I K i 3 Q , ,ll tg!! :fi Y . I ne , I . : ' ' ' fi,-lllliil1 'Li 4 I .Illia 5 'F L ir: la sl 2 A 5 I , ,E 'f " .1aL - 1 f r , ff - . ' T Q ' T-- vw. I X . . ' ' o ' I , T 'Q . . . . . . K H , Q - I i . C I C f I Q' 1 . L . s i ff r' i .gi I L i l s 4 U 5 Li . x 5 C' O . 3 Q - ' 5 S3 , Bl .1 at ts i te 4 ff Nw il I, v ' N ' ' N 0 S . .. N C g . 19.3 X 9 g TP i ' .z l 9 I K WQ M W M M Page Three Hundred Seventy-three LTMORILBS PhD Da ftheurd t Scool r HE intrinsic value of a diploma is less than that of a blank piece of paper of the same size. 0 I No use has yet been found for i'credits" on record in the office of the Registrar. The worth of a college education depends entirely on post-graduate work. ' Only a minute fraction of post-graduate work is done in the graduate schools , of universitiesg the great proportion is done by individuals. J af The fullest possibilities of life are realized only by those who are incessantly f l studious, thoughtful, and critical. A college fails in its purpose when it does not ' inspire each of its graduates to found in himself a graduate school, endowed with intellectual curiosity, directed by wise judgment of the relative value of things, and instructed by ambition and determination. .o JG - On behalf of the Graduate School of the University of Cincinnati l extend - greetings to the Class of 1925. May your individual graduate schools prosper. S4 And to those who wish to affiliate with our institution we extend a cordial wel- Cf come. c 9 I I F Acting Dean 'I N , I .. 5- 1- PE s E11 . gt as Si Q 5 91 56 in . i l 0 b l- i , .. bi ,. 5 gwmmmmw if Q f F3 l :gf -.1 l CO- '- l iff l .9 1 kt, or Sf 'Q .. x'.. .- Z4 X all I . 'G Q 'Q .N j l gg ',': Fl t . ' . . , , eno 'auae h T4 I .. 'f g a-G +s . M..W--.csscWemmM,,gy .... r" V' V wiv wif. tw Q22 i. . - i t J Page Thirty-two BYCPJEK: l 'F DG 1 YQ -. , su aG ,4 y Q S X S www "Where the Students Congregate "- THE BEST FOOD cool ED THE BEST WAY IS SERVED YOU roR THE BEST PRICE AT THE COMMONS Meow-Gee, you look funny in that dress, Deer-Whatsa matter with it? Meow-Oh nothing. She Cafter a kxssj jack you forget yourself jack Cnoblyj That s all nght I can th1nk of myself any old txme ust because a 1rl has a well cal culated llne IS no sxgn she s a grafter Edlton Had any exper1ence7 Appllcant l got ten dollars a xx Ord once Edltox What for 7 Appllcant Well the Jud e fined me thnty dollars Sp ln IS Come She Look at jack Is he trxxng to IEVIXC the shlmmx 7 He Nope Flannels Fax mer Have an accldentl Motorlst No Just had one IIUDSON' ESSEX COACHES Are the Best Buy today Notzce the Number THE CHAS SCHIEAR MOTOR CAR CO 9th and Sycamore Canal 2377 5 U gully fi-qm94QN! V TW' gTh ads ty 1 ' ' 1 . F --M l 4 ' ' r 7 . 5" "' . 'iii , - . . W .4 . ' L . ' l A 37' I. K MM E-vig ' 4 6, J 9 - 5,1 . . . v i QI, C I T l Y E l l Y' .T J 1. ' ' 'JIS ' i V 313 . "T . T -' .T . rn , t , , - , g D.: '- -. M- MT .T - in-lg l S - 5 0 , ,G l 1 , ' ' ' 'ri l - - 'xi I Q ' :EE . T 'I 1 M . U . ix' ' i I ak l 'l 1 l af-. E l l by l,,,,A,, ,,., WEEWEKH, ,EYE ,-, -m,,,,,M, ,EVE Tgxzrl' ,U X ,, Vp I: 1 ,x T yy y m fm .J .rl m mx ax Jw Pa e ree Hun re even -four .. JI N51 , . 3, A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. If a g1rl cant decnde whether she needs a fur coat worse than a xoadstel she s elther cross ex ed knock kneed or mce MISS Coops Worlxmg wlth dumb hells g1VCS color to the cheeks Fresh Colormg your cheeks glues you dumhhells to work .. -A f 1 f SLOMER sz Co Custom Shlrt Makers Tuxedo and Dress Sh1rts are Our Speclalty We w111 be pleased to call and show samples and measure you at your home Bradford Block 6th and Vme Sts Cmcmnatx Oh1o The Students COHf6Ct1OH6Fy R Cand1es li y Soda Soft Drmks Stat1or1ery School Supphes Magazmes Cxgarettes C1gars Tobacco Plpes Etc 235 7 West McM111an Phone West 2431 She Can a man tell when a woman lowes h1m" I-le He can hut he ou ht not to Upon my wold quoth the dlc txonaxy as the ml permeated the leaves Dr Cummings Chalma how d you spell Sf3Llll,1l'Tl7 Chalma Let s call lf a bowl T Sc ' n l 1 D at .1 ,ww-Q, J-cu as 'l '1 25 :- W ' 95 Q2 ' ' ' 2 fi ' ' ' ' IE l 'I ' . r 54 .'4 4 Q Ca ,.W lm 1 T : ' S . l l .Q . :oe +5 + wif I 1 'I ' j Q 0 ' l 5.3 ' - V 1 - l ,ff T if bi 1 1,1 . 7 iii Q L, as L 6 A' ' I 'ik John J. eynolds ' ' S l A Wil am Re nolds l Ice Cream V - y - Q - 3. T l A - l 2 uw: -l- ' ' 6-' els ' .. , Q .. S T. 25 The . V Q Q .IG , x g X V - e , 4 5 1 wg , -M? T l - . .. 5" , v ' 7 .. ' ' 0 l A ' 'G ' - A r -H . ' . N I ff l ' 'S H . :gli l -Q4 f f- UI My W T W UU! sul 'U Li ly ww, 'fy' ,ly WF 7 m W NV. 7 w . 1 . Q S ffl S ,S tm- r,,-eeou,.-...,s an Klnmmm NMMA Page Three Hundred Seventy-five u f . l f 3 v s . I, f - Qt- r s N, 5455 - s fl J S7 fl? as PORTRAITS A, J Q, , J C T Darling. he cried. in tender tones, J v l "I ne'er have loved but thee." :lf gg "Then we must part," the maiden . saidl , ' n UNO amateurs for me." 1,5 , 1 -' T-- l l T Q THE CHATTERER. T N . -. The girl who does all the talking. J, T never giving you the benefit of the Q J , breaks. She is sure to inform that gf l portion of the world nearest of her J l S presence. I 1 "Just a real pal to all of the boys." , , . J.ANTHoNY BILL Q' A 5 5 I l ' is ' I ' r 1 91 ae FAIR ENOUGH, SI r " ' ' Although we love no more, Jeanette, l 1 Life still seems fair to you. '11 v You look on roses that are wet . 9 4 . l E .9 With drops of argent dew, g Q, HIS And though we love no more. Jeanette fr: They have no dimmer hue. Em Q Although we love no more. Jeanette, 3 3 Your heart is glad and free, L A - And in your face is no regret Q J i .3 Q - S , v J Or pain that I can see. . 5 And though we love no more. Jeanette ' The same applies to me. l I J l I J --D i . I l T JT T Nl t sm yu f . , 4' vi' pw, XVI' NTI 'WW XUA XTI i,,.-i- --. M All ffl A AX Page Three Hundred Seventy-six l -W : i v " tc. .--.-lcm,,,. .... -c,.c.c,,.,c- Msg. -..c...w,. . .s , . -c,.1l-,c, l 5 1 si i ' l i ' i 1 T T I l 5 . 1 i THE WELL-DRESSED MAN , we T T 4 -o' l 1 .ea- T Q Many changes in evening wear are forecast by the present style season. Pajamas 544 will be in quiet matin tones of mauve, pink, black and catalpa green. often with an ,Q arresting crimson stripe or in a green checkerboard effect. They will be made of 1 T p burlap. Unmentionables will be in sackcloth and Hannels, with the flowing sailor K T . . effect to the pawnts. lvlorning styles also have advanced. The tuxedo is worn to . i parties breaking up before three with a high wing collar and a white string tie or a II parti-colored bow. Purple sox are considered very hot. For the more formal break- ' r i i fast affairs the full evening dress is adopted with black and red bow ties, a green ' -3 I cap, tan shoes, and white hose. Any worn-out work garments, such as leather or C , canvas breeches, an old sweater, a wool shirt saved from the war at no cost. an 4 overcoat, or what have you? constitutes smart school attire. 9, 1 4 ' ' h. T 3 by Ump la - . i h , 6311- 1 il Q' D , 3, 4 V 1 . i li t J INCININATI Mill- I f i -1 ing Machines are lu-1 F . ,Q recognized the L- 4 T 1 world over as the stand- ' ard in Milling Machine p ' ' Design, Construction i , and Workmanship. ., i v 'gf They are used in every T T J country that has ma- .4 3 C' A i r? T chine shops or repair shops. T D4 i i We make them in a T E complete variety of com- di , mercial sizes and types 3 T .1 Q to meet all requirements, V ' 6 noe ' 9 " C?9'lve f l if s T311 ' Gincinnatz' glfilling 1 Q glffaclvine Go. ' Q a- W A-N '4 Ti ffl Ei T -WATT 1T,T? T4TT U T Trl T V Y V in Y Y KT N WTTTV Y KW tg, ,W W, - JV YI, -g ,J'gfQT-SF Page Three Hundred Seventy S Ven l 3 i i i i i i 1 i p l I N PAGE three hundred and l eighty-one is an index containing 1- the names of all the firms adver- Q- if F13 I ' ' tising in the 1oz5 CINCINNATIAN. ' 'Z fi Q 3 1 is-E 'N 'a in this index can supply your every .f THE firms whose names appear 39 Gi N fs 'I , Q need. Look at it before you buy. gf big p l 1 v A ay G 34 bf .J G2 by gr? g hw Q N a 5 Q '52 -I Q . a- 5 f ff, l 'FD CS 52 9 4 I ' J I I gy I Kg E3 fi 1 1 L Q 1 -I' 3- 52 2 ' Q Q F .9 1? Q Q9- 2 S' O X U Q JU -X Ol I Q l 5 v A X s V l J Q vs l Lck . dl l 1 m 2 :l 7. -wf ,W f W xy will. "' l A1 ffl' lm mf Page Three Hundred S enty-eight -0 -oo 'IQ ...xx 4 -.Q 1 5 4 7 5' 4 Fj?? Pt Activities General Administratlon General Advertising A I E E Allen Ethan Alpha Alpha P1 Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Chi Omeg Chi S1 m Delta heta Epsilon Iota gammaKDelta 3PP3 313133 Kappa Psi Tau Omega A S M E Aspirants Athletic Council Athletic Field Athletics General Bachmeyer A C Bag and Hammer Ball and Chain Bauer Wilbur Band Barber H Lynne Baseball Team Basketball Captains and Basketball General Basketball Review Basketball Team Beauty Section Beecher Hall Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Theta P1 Bird Club Birt Charles Blowney Katherine Blue Hydra Board of Directors Bradford Ray Bradford W1ll1am Braclner George W Braune C1v1ls Brunhoff. Helen. . . Burnet Woods .....,...... , ................,...... Carson. Arch I .... Cadet Officers Club Section X .... Section XX. . . Calendar ......... Cadet Corps Section XX. . . N uSection X. . . . C Club ......... anagers Chambers. Boyd B .....,....,.....,...........,... Chandler. Frank W Chemistry Building ..... . , Chemists' Club . . . Chem-Met Club, . . Chi Omega .........................,...,.......,. Cincinnatian Staff ........ Cincinnati Commons Club. Cincinnati-Miami Day .... Cincinnatus .... Co-ep Club . . . Co-Op Club. . . Class Officers Senior .... unior .... ophomore Freshman . Medical. . . Dental .... Law ...... Nurses. , . . Index Page 6 9 69 7 '7 9 26 4 94 6 60 75 4 113.72 ff 6 198. 99 129-30 .. fa Commencement ...........................,.,..... Commissioned Officers. . . . . .... ...... . . .......,. . . . Contest Day ........... , .,...... ......,,.......... Co-Op Commerce Club ......................,...... Co-Op Dance ..,.......,................... ....... Cojoperative Engineer Staff .... . .............,....,. Cr1st. Raymond ............,...... . .,............. Cross Country ..............,........ .... ......... .. 118 .. 101 ., 67 78 Dance Club Dedication Delta Delta Delta Delta Sigma P1 Delta Tau Delta Delta Zeta De Molay Club Dom Marv Dramatics Engineering College Engineering Tribunal Eta Kappa Nu Page Executive Board of Student Council Faculty F ellowcraf t Football General Football Team Foreword Franklin Charles E Franklin Harry L Fraternities French Club Freshman Commission Freshmen Snapshots Freshman Reception Fresh Painters Club Frontispiece Gamble james N Games Football Ky Wesleyan Georgetown Northwestern Denison Ohio Northern 38 39 6 Dayton, .......,. ...... ..... . . ., ....,.... Oberlin ..... .......,.................,.......,.. Wooster ...,..,...............,..,,,....... . , . . . Miami. .................. ....,... .... .. Gavel .,........,..,.................,..,........... Girls Glee Club ..................................... Girls' Rifle Team ...........,.....,.,..,.....,.....,. Gowdy. R. C ,,,...., .,.........,...,...... ,..... . . . Glasgow, Russell .........,.........,.,........,..... Grasleder, Lee .......,,........,.,.,...........,.... Greek Games ...,,.............,...,......,....,.... Hallerman. Lee ....,...............,..............,. Hebrew Union College . .,................ , .......... . Herman, P. H. CMa1orl . ...,,.....,...,............, . He. man. Roman ..,...... .... . . , ........... , .,..... . Hessler, .Harvey ....,..............,..............,. . I-licks. Frederick C ..........,..,..,.......,......,.. History Club .............,......................... Hoehler, Fred K ,,.,..,........ .... , .........,.... . Home Coming Day .... .........,.,................. 1 27-8 Honorary Fraternities. I-Iowles. james ........ Humor ............... Hynes. Robert D ...... Index. ............. . . In Memoriam ,... ...., Iota Chi Epsilon ...... Iota Sigma ' .......,. Ivey, Gene ........... junior Advisors. . . , , . . junior Prom. .... .... . junior Snapshots, . . . , . :fillill::l:i.:l:l:l::i::lll112,78 ..,............,...........379-380 J N do one 5' .Q Vt' , no 24 1" 5 ?4 l gJ A bi Q.. W0 1 V 1-1 vf I xy,-X ,-X1-1 . LU N A M I ry 2 -F Y H : Xlj W if nr ': ' w xt! Y , M W --r Y ?gRoeU1f3awaammvDa?QmLm- Th?vasfmfbdkchmfQaFEmlm52kflaUaway? 434 ' , gf? 4? P167 t' 3 egg 54 ,Li 1-5 711 5. ae 5 A D 1 l - . ..................., . .....,.. . ..... so ......,....,................ , ............ ss ' 1-5 " ' . ..,..................,........ 27 ' ' ..........,........ . ...,................. Q P' S. " ------------------4 -----.4-.......... 22 .,.......,......................., .263 ,J .. . ........................................ ' ' ............,....,....,.............. 279 '- 216 . ............................. ,... . .. 74 ..,.............,............ ,..... . .245 95 1 D ....................... . ............. 28 ........,.....,,... ,.......,........... . .. 268 ' . a... ...........................,.. 2 ............................,....... . ZI7 ' 'gra ...............,.........,........ 281 , , ..... ,,.... ..,.........,,....,........,.. 1 5 7 l . ................,..,...,.......,. -gg ' ............,............................. 108 3--4 fx ''LIIIQIIIIIQ1fIf1ffffQIff1IIffI1I 1 ' .... ' ll:I11IIillilillillliillzillliii278 E ' ........................... .. ...,.. 547 I j - ..............,....,.....,.....,.. 22 ' . , . ......... ...............,.........,... . ........,.....,,...,......... . .1 4 qo- ' ' ,... ............................,.......... 1 40 ...,..,...................,.....,..... 295 1 54 ' ' ........................ ,... .....,,.. 5 4 . ' ' ........... .... 44 155 . Q ' ..............,.....................,,. 123 yo I F B ...............,..........,,.......,.,..... . 'le . . ............. ....................... 3 3 , .... ............,.........,.,....,.. 5 6 1 - . .5 A . - - -.-.-,..--,-.-4.-.-.,-.4..-.-. 2 Football Review .............,....,..,............,.. 69 gl g '-5 . ..................... ,, ........... 30 ....,....,.....,...,.,...........,.... 69 for . . .,...........,...........,..... 185 - ............... ,... . ,.., ......... ,...,..,. . 9 3 14 'I''fu'"'fQQIIIIillifQQfIQ1Il.Qf1iQf1fI1 98 'I ..'.'ffI1Q1IQfQQIfQQfQlIQiQliQfffIff 116 if Hy .....,.,..,.,..........,...,.,.,,...,. 77 " ..., ...........,,,. ,...,.,.... ...... ,.... 2 3 8 1 V' . '. M ..................., 73 , .....,..................,..........,.. 228 1 W I . ..,........ , ..,................... 70 'A 1 ......,..,.,.. , ...,....,..,.,. Z1 ,gr- r-as ' ............................... .. ..,. 72 ..,..,..................,........ 95 gf 5 T3 .,.,.......,...,,..............,..,. 72 ' .....,.,..,..,.,....,.....,., 119 1 1 ' ................. , ..... ............... 1 52 ' , ..............,......,.......... 219 J , ... ........,........,.,......,.....,.... 220 ' ' ..................,.,.....,..,....,...., 4 ,, if H ' ..... '.'.I1.I1111111111lllillllifliilii 21' Q2 '. '''.'.lQIII1I1IfIillffI111I1QQI1ffIf1IfI1 61 G Sf. ff . ' ..............................,.. 155 , .... ...,.,.. .,.................... s . 124 ' ......,. ............,........,.........., 2 2 . ' --------"-""'-'---"'---A'A'--'- 28 '. .....,...... ., ..........,............ 60 .l ,ta - .. ---- '--"------'A-"-----Ae----'----'- 2 5 ......,.,,...............,.....,..... gg Sr'-, T .' '.'.'ff'iffffffIIIIf2IIffIIIfff1II1''. - """"AA""A 42"' "4"""""" 3 1 1 I " ----4-..14----1---4--,e11r--e--111r.1-' 23 1 HUi1:yy1y121::y113 .1 1 159 65 ' 1 25 66 -If f' 3 W fl C 139 ,H .Q 105 Q kff 123 87 , 32 fy 4 60 1 149 150 gg 1 X 162170 I rl 146 . 112 H - 68 yi if 29 111 ' .. 1 13 3' ' 232 ' 66 'Q' Els 23, 64 Q: 26 27 w f 227 I 5,3 259 213 j.f. 1 20 222 I I 1: a H ' i s fig 1 'f 1 49 ' so I0 4 253 5 ' ' N 52 P1 296 208 67 1 112 Us 235 FL gs my A . A .ll If ': 155 70:5 IR JRC .11 'E WU. 92' JW' iff ik l A g fl M-l"' 'Q Ili' Page Three Hundred Seventy-nine WP " if 1 0,-X xr xx,-X V -f 1011: NG -0 - ff 'st N: fe .3 4 ff I ?,' Q5 ,w no 1 "Q -S 1 1 ae an DQ l m", E2 f if? Q1 if .yq 'l 1 Di l I 1 -Vi Kandle. Phoebe ,... . . . . , . Kappa Alpha Theta ..... Kappa Delta .............. Kappa Kappa Gamma ..... Keller. George ,........ . Kline. Robert ......... . . . Lambda Chi Alpha .... . , . Law College ........ Lease. john H ........ Literary CGeneraD ..... Literary Society ..,., . . . McAndrews. Anthony .... . . . McCubbin. Erlynne ...,. McLaren. George W .,.,.. McMicken Hall ......, Maddux. Robert ....,... Managers, Basketball .... Managers. Football .... Martin. Harold ..... Medical College ....... Mehl, Jonah ...,.. ....... Memorial Dormitory ...... Men's Debate Council ...... Men's Glee Club ............. Men's Inter-Local Pan, ........ Men's Pan-Hellenic Council .... Men's Vigilance Committee .... Miami Day ................ Military Ball ............ Military CGeneralJ ..... Military Review ....... Military Sna s .....,.... Monument. tadium ..... Moore, Louis T ...,........ Mummers ..............,.,.. Mummers Plays .... ..,......,. Musical Comedy Committee ..,. Music, General, .............. Mystic Thirteen ......,.,.., Newman Club .........,. . . , News Staff ................ Nippert. james G ....,.,..... Non-Commissioned Officers .,.. "Now 1 Ask You" ........ . . Nurses Glee Club .....,... Nurses Home ..... Nu Sigma Nu .... Observatory .......... . . . Old Tech Building ..,..,. Omega Upsilon Phi ....... Organizations fGeneraD. . . Otterbein, Clem ............ Out of Town Girls' Club .... Oxford Debate ........... P Pae I 6 65-73 f 4 . .. 17 15 284 ..209 .. 69 ..217 ..131 Paleolinguists. . . ..., ....... . . 227 Parker. William H ..... .... . . 127 5? Pease. john ...... . . . Pechstein. Louis A ..... Phi Alpha Delta ..... Phi Beta Delta .... Phi Chi ,.....,... Phi Beta Kappa ..... Phi Delta Theta ..... Phi Epsilon Pi ..... Phi Kappa ...... Pi Chi Epsilon. . . . Pi Delta Epsilon .... . Pi Kappa Alpha ..... Pow-Wows ....... 280 258 .. 286 292 .. 244 .. 256 .. 254 .. 297 ,. 299 ., 246 .. 133 Pre-Legal Club .............,....,... . . Pre-Medic Club ................ ..... . . Sc. Raschig. Frank ....... . Richey. Lelia Nell .... . Scabbard and Blade. . . . Schmid. Wesley ....... Schneider. Herman .... Senior Hop .......,., Senior Snapshots. . . . . Sicking. Vic .........,. Sincllinger. Ruth. ...,. . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..... Sigma Alpha Mu. .,... Sigma Chi ..,.,...... Sigma Delta Phi ..... Sigma Delta Tau ..... Sigma Phi Eta ..... Sigma Sigma ......... Sigma Tau Alpha ..... Sigma Tau Phi ..,..... Simrall. Josephine P .... Smith. Helen N ...... Smith. Henry T .... Soccer ............. Social, General ....... Sociology Club, ...... , Sophomore Hop ..,,. . .... . Sophomore Snapshots .,...... Spanish Club. ,.........,. . . . Special Occasions. General ..... Stadium Completed ........., Stadium Construction ...... Stadium Dedication ....,... Student Administration .... Student Council ......... Swimming Team ...,.. . Table of Contents ............ Page fIiIi7i-207 ....90.91 9 2 IQII142-43 Tanners Building ............... . . Tanners Building Dedication. . Tau Beta Pi. . ............... Tau Delta Phi ..,........... Tau Kappa Alpha .... Theta Phi Alpha ..... Title .....,.....,.. Track Team ..... Trestle Board. . . . Triangle ....... 1:1124 Ulex .,.,. .... ---- Valentiner, Clark ......,. .... Van Wormer Library .... Varsity Art Club ...... , . W . .... 62,73 . 1:11224 Women's Athletic Association .... . . 83 Women's Athletics if ' N os- 44- a 6 o x 2 fe lr' r ... X 1 V- V. X 5. 1 1 w 1 ,X 1-7 1 -fr 'gl v 5 :sv 1 Q :gn f-N-J -x -.gf 4.-.-,ix Q Ng, fix -1' ,rv 1, V -47 Q., . . s o12f9aGffD.6f+41zsf- 1 Qi fl in l ,1 1 lr ' -. 1 L., I w 1 , J K ,, R 7 1,7 54 YQ 5 2 5 116 f 1 264 ' 1 2267 S J I 5 - 322 E1 1,2 Q.: s so or fc L Seniors .............. QU Ci 2,3 ' 117 is 1656 IQ LJ 1 242 fn 41 I iii 1 ' 252 ' 5 M 274 T '3 SQ 251 L , K 158 301 5 58 275 1 11 14 Zgvg 4, ,. 63 if sz S4 O fc' 35 tw 64 16 114 ' ', 5 J Cx 57 162 1 ' Us ' U 104 228 X Q 250 :Zig ,f 1 0 2 0 . t ' f 1 ll 124 ' N fy 122 126 SJ - f 111 40 f 1 L 1 121 79 1 5 L 5 152 T J 1 1 110 7 ' 1 ll' is ' X 1 112 . 1 134 1 102 29, 302 260 Q K 523 ' D N 5 L I 76 1 215 231 1 s, 100 8 , , 125 li? ' l 106 U fl: 1 23 303 3 283 e 4 Q s 1 O V 12 1 - l Professional and Scientific Societies ..... . . 229 230 Professional and ientific Fraternities .... . . 287 96 Psi Omega ........... ..,..,..,,..... . . Publications, General ........,.. . . Pugh. Judge R ........ .. 34 Basketball ............. . . 84 Swimming ............. . . 85 Baseball ..... .,..,....... . . 85 Women's Athletics. General ...... .... 8 O Women's League Dance ........... .... l 19 Women's Pan-Hellenic Council. . . . . . . . . 262 Women's League ............... .... 2 18 Women's Vigilance Committee ..... .... 2 12 Wrestling ................,..... . . 79 X Xi Psi Phi ..... .... .... 2 8 8 - Y Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ..........,.. . .... 213 Y. M. C. A. Freshman Cabinet .... .... 2 16 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet ............ .... 2 14 Z Zeta Tau Alpha .... ....... .... 2 7 1 .wf 111. ..11ffv1f. sf Q IA m IQX .11 In f Page Three Hundred Eighty -on .,- C. 'H .- 1 N 3 .LS I 0 ,ly L American Laundry Machine Co Anderson Book Store Anthony Bill Awanda Studios Baer Florist Baldwin Piano Company Balleuer Barber Sand BZ Gravel Company Bardes Ranges Bauer Franz Grocery Company Beaman Securities Biedenbender Blssinger B G Sandwich Shops Bookshelf Butler Brothers Piano Company Carey Manufacturing Company Church Company Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company Advertlser s Index 4 6 Cincinnati Milling Machine Company ......,..,..,.. . . . Cincinnati Regalia Company .....,.. ................,. Cincinnati Rubber Company ..... ....... .......... , . . . Cincinnati Zoological Garden ......................... Co-operative Book Store ..... .... ...,. , ............. . Cram. Florist. . . ....... . . . ....................,. . . . . Crocker-F els Company ..............,................ 3 Eberle 81 Sons Company ..........................,.. Z Excelsior Laundry Company ..............,...,....... Fielmann Dairy Company ...............,............ Fifth-Third National Bank and Trust Company ........ , Fillmore Music Company .......................,..... First National Bank and Trust Company ....... ..,,.... . Fischer 81 Company ...................... ....... ..... Franklin Gas Burner Company. . , ................ . . . , . French-Bauer Company .................,......... . . . G Gildehaus .......................................... 370 Globe Wernicke Company ............ ................ 3 I4 I-Ienshaw 81 Sons Company 1-Ierrlingcr Paper Company Holland Pens Kemper Lane Knowles Printers Krell Piano Company N1cKce Bl Company 'viiller jewelry Company Morton B. Company Naegle Dry Cleaning Company National Cash Register Company Pollak Steel Company Powell Valve Company Prince Company Provident Bank and Trust Company 6 Rapid Electrotype Company .....,..,...,..,...,.,.,.. Riehle s Cafer eria ......,.. .,..............,...,.,.,. Schlear Motor Company. . . . ................,.... . . . . Slomer Sl Company .... ........ ...................... Smith 81 Company .....,........... ........,......... Stafford Engraving Company .............,.......... 6 Stearns Foster Company .............. , ..... , ...,.. , . Strietmann Company ......,...............,......... Stuart Walker .........,.,..,..,.................... Student Confectionery ..,...... , ..........,......... . Ulland Coal Company ...........,..,.....,.,.,..,... University Commons ..............., , ..4..,...,. , . . . University of Cincinnati.. ...........,.... ..,..... . . . , U. S. Playing Card Company .....,..,,, Wesche Electric Company .......,.......,.......,.... Western Bank B2 Trust Company ...................... 336 Western Newspaper Union .....,.....,............... 369 Wocher 8 Sons Company ...................... V ...,.. 348 V Wiz Hipsw. fa-3 - ' 'K l3JfiCNNAxv m Y! P4 S 4.- E 00' s,f P Q 9 OO' D vi- f Q. s :,4 6 3, ,f Q E L 4 5.4 ,. Efj- BW 5 -6 xy. 3 0 my W. 'Q' ,, .W sf fr. 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Dean ul the College of Medicine l"4f-'gi X' rd 9 uw X A lm 4 ur' , lv 5' HE College of Medicine endeavors to provide its students l. ,p P with a sound, basic knowledge of Medicine and seeks to W if imbue them with the high ideals of the medical profession. 3 L? , 'C I 'Z Q' In this day, when "things are in the saddle." it is well to uphold pi 1 the ideal of "service" and to emphasize the fact that although Q-fl xr i substitutes for the material things of life are readily procured, 'A 9' l nothin can re lace the reat ideals that have been handed I gp p Q P S u W l down to us through the ages. 3 Q ln the words of Daniel Drake. we hope that "you will make gg i l gcience the ground work of your reputation and acts of intelli- . I 1 , ' gence, honor and benevolence the material of the superstruc- - F ture." l 'Q 1 ' ' X Dr i V l lull, 9 l f lynn, -on 5 G 3 I .fn I l DH- l ' '-'-'--'----l----"z,'-v--'------ -1 '4-- -----W --U--.....,. ..,,,. ,.,. .,.. ..,., .-- ,, ,K M W X 2 gel? 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Dean ull the ff-illt-gc of Law L-Hg , F HE College of Law is engaged in educating young men and women for the practice of the law and, as an essential part of such task. in helping them to .I become upright, useful citizens and good Americans. "gil The duties and obligations we owe to the public and to each other have become so complicated under modern conditions that the lawyer, to discharge his 'F functions. needs a training and equipment more thorough and extensive than .fgl ever before. The law has always been a learned profession, but learning is more needed today in the practice of it than ever. All law schools recognize this. , :nf although perhaps they do not all adequately meet the situation. , The College of Law has raised its standards and improved its methods of teaching from time to time to keep pace with the changes brought about by .g'i 1, modern conditions. and it is now in the front rank of law schools in this country. if lt will continue in the future as in the past to maintain this place. lt has behind in it an old and honorable tradition and looks forward to a still more honorable YT' place in the years to come. il' I y ' U.: 1 ' i ,, Y i . y , . i T l , . 1 ix l l 9' i 1-,Q-:ali Y vi-gvtv ' . . -fail,--M----l-?,,y,?,i-'r.iff7!,,1jjlFA, - T F5 lt' ' 1 . 4 . . -. ' iigluyvl . fi NW TK 1 - ,. . 'rl .5 l'1pQf'-i t fc i ig, 9' ' "'f!',, ," g --H" "lf ""'f"9V-" '-4-a-'.-J59fa:'.ai L.-1-g4.v?1"If- 4... ,,i. -. A, -l. ' 'A V V in Page Thirty-four l ll 'li SXIIFH, D. D S, l5t'.in -il lht' Ohm K'iillt'i,:t' .il Dtnnil Siiigtiy Hlj Ohio Cifollcgc ol Duntal Stirgcry, alliliatctl Dental Dcpartmcnt of thc L'nix'crSityol' Cincinnati, was ustahlishctl in Cincinnati in IS-li and is nmx' thc oldest tlcntal School in thc xvorltl, Its gratlL1atcQntiinhcrahotit thrcc thousand antl arc among thc piciwmwi' practitirmcir antl tcaclicrs in evcry atatc antl Country. 'lihu lotir year urtirSc ul' 5fL1ClfX' lcatli to thc tlt-grcc ol' D D. 5. with thc prctlcntal ycar rctiuircmcnt cnwring L'nix'cr5ity llnglish, Biology. Physics and Chemistry. 'llhc Clinic and Technic Dt-partmcnts occtipy at prcscnt the l former Pulte Xlctlical Cfwllugc Building at Scwnth antl Xlotintl Strccti thc lnhrmary treating alwotit unc huntlrutl paticnti tlaily. wth an out-patient bcrxicc i covering thc ptihlic schools. lotir hospitals, antl tcn clccinosnyary instittitiuns, Q' The school is co-ctlticational, having in N05 c0nl'ci'rctl thc lirst tlcgrcc On a xxxnnan 5 in dentistry. ln 1010 it ollcrctl the lirst course cbtahlishctl lor Dental .,XsSixtants 5: 5 and Nurses, v , is Dentistry ollurs unusual opportunities a5 a vocation. lts close asiociation il I 1 2' 1 with Xl-:tlicine is attracting rcscarch students in the common prohlcms ol Hcalth lifl' Service. particularly in thc licltls ol' prevention, stirgcry, horglcr-linc patliologv, Q I , l'--W dental nictalltirgy. and mechanics. I ' . lla il 5 lf: - 423 fill I ' ' 51. .AU K ' f-7'1yaE5ig,gw:1:i-fu v zwgg- ,f'J,.,i i .- , ' . - NX K , ff "vQ,l4'?gyfi1f' an il 55 w .5 V.. "2-ai, . , j- it AA , . ' A .14 - . 1 'Vi' W- ' ,' :Q :fl .41 ,UQ I 4 1, i , R i V, , . , In , lr .., Y xtfj fgg,1..!.g2i.q:. :lenrigging1215333514 ,Qty-.ini It i HJ? ' . 1:1 -"H 1, .N '. Pfrnif'J.e..354Bf-.f.:-+1f?'f.L.l,356Y3?-i'3.?f.?eZ'idiffGiife-x:.'r,.fb53'.tPiU3E-3?m'2.2:.-f.. we-1f'i..t.1. Page Thirty-five P Q Q gfN..ff.':..,.'l5i?':'ff.,.l.L'E3 ' O ES K- t at t t t ,, ,A .,V, i to at Ti, F l 1. I as .,,,t-,t.- ... ,H A H , Y tw- .at .- t A W N, t gii i --2 'L 1 l J DI ' l 1 l - l 1 ' 4 i ll -'Q fl I ' i l l .V l 1 Q - l K D i x G, -no 4. N T 1 5 , Yi Q xi l l Fl .4 vi I l S l , 1 '. 1 i i ee i g i V l JOSEPHINE P. SIMRALL. B. s. y , l l ,U i Dean of XVomcn t l , A ' J l i i , i 55' l Q Q l fu- i 'ui I . . . . . St ' IFE on the University campus, with its study time and ' i its play timeg with its teamwork and its varied social l Q y contactsg with its comradeships and friendshipsg with its ' lil X many tasks and opportunities and activities which test the K i i l ideals we have shaped for ourselves and the truths by which 'W l fi-+111 11- 'bi' 'b' dhd I 2 ue ne. xx it a so t e iesponsi 1 ities it rings, an t e emands ' i it makes that we think clearly and plan wisely and hold fast to Q' ' our courage in meeting these responsibilities-all of this is 1 wonderful preparation for life. The student who gives his or :I " Q f her best to the University will receive the best that the Uni- l ,Q ' 5' i ' versity has to give, and will go forth well equipped for citizen- 3. ' 3 ship in the great world. ,IV A f sy . 1 1 . ,l ' l l ' ll Ji ' l 'il l 4 S I i l 5-G -t,,l,, , x. l .' Q f "' l a a a t thee eees W eeee meow- . ' ' Sill! W4 wif 4' i i A 'Y a 0 7- W 1- AW llf.. fy sw i AX l Y. , ,,7Y, ,,,, Page Thirty-six JA m fi M m yy lk M .4 1 . El ir WWW H 1 Y x' w, 2 N W Y V Q, I I V - , -- . 1 I V. . ga, -YJ ,, M351 312' - A i '-ff-M -f--- A- b- ----------V YW , i -, 9 4 l .3 I X 'ff 5 iz-15: A T - I S' l lv ' vi all 9 vii. e' ' ri .EM V. w.. fl? B53 li' 3 E'-? N 4 :' ',, ffl a rg? , ll a 44- 'iz ,- gf ' . in O all' 9 PHOEBE M IQANDEL. B S If ' Director of the College uf Nursing 4 t 3 W i rf?" ...N E A Good Soldier of jesus Christ-ll Timothy 23. ' "-,, , - V' ,in V C 1. NE of the great questions of today is whether university life and training lf' , really fit women for taking their share in the supreme conflicts of life. ' To succeed in lifes battles one must be ever mindful of the richest if ii . i . . l 32 gifts in their possession, that they may be so used throughout each day. week t . . . l - -.Q and year as to bring cheer and confidence to all with whom one comes in contact. 5 fig' we Thomas Guthrie was a university man, and he proved that he meant what 1 -flir- f he said in his verse: W 5 I .. . i 5 l live for those who love me. ' . For those who know me true. i 3 Q For the heaven that bends above me. , And the good that I can doi -7 '- For the wrongs that need resistance. 35532. ' For the cause that lacks assistance. , i . ' S , For the future in the distance. i 4 ' ' And the good that I can do." t 'GL I' l -' 9 F in 2 4 5-ofa 2 4 .4 l m gl ' .JJ .1 L' in M . , . .1 V " ' ' r' " W ' ,, - V - H k i W ' W swf i i ' an ww' l ' - A' g,gf3fNq9?Q,'V' ff fs t fi e, s if- r Page Thirty-seven 1 i Z' T i i 5 i - 'qsZfldifflf-Qi3ff.f'i.i1.32zf.. . 1- JH ' . i . lf' . , gfil T T M C If T il 1 4 ful ' l' i ' ' l life, I aff . lr-.2 - 5 ln! 4 ' l 'T171 91 I Y, ' if T S. i P I lf: Y .ig -if J Pi? if? 5. 1 r.,'.1lQ ill. J fl.. f. f illll W O Mores! it .,.. ,im ln an age when everything and every idea is more or less institutionalized, the Faculty of the University of Cincinnati proves no laggard. lf to be a good fellow is the aspiration EJ. , of the twentieth century man or woman, the faculty man or faculty woman in Cincinnati txjfli ' . . . . . . . - if it must turn into line with fervid gusto. Bonne camaraderie IS the ideal of the hour. A man s ,fill . . . , . . , . . . l lf religion is nothingg a man s atheism is as little. That he shall be a good sport is the chief im? 1 aim of the modern. The faculty man at U. C. is a modern, His flair is fellowship and his if i genius. mirth. The "youth movement" has got into his bones. fOr, perhaps. it is the Ro- tarian movement!D With the mysteries of evolution, the divagations of philosophy, the investigations of social, political and economic conditions. with the pages of history and the illuminations -t 39' of literature the faculty man has, it would seem, only to do incidentally. What concerns to him most is his joie de vivreq ." "And this hath now his heart. , ,flfi T A And unto this he frames his song." l-le knows as much of lieith's Circuit as he knows of liant's Critiquel as much Cif not fir fbi y morel of Eugene 0'Xeill as of William Shakespeare: as much of Abie's Irish Rose as of 1 ll' , The Tschailiowskvs Sym homie Patheti ueg as much of the French lm ressionists as of Sli , M I . q 13 Rembrant Harmens van Rijn. l-le is at once baseball fan, artist, dilettante, philosopher, T l fi solon. professor and club man. Q'iWith new joy and pride, the little actor cons another rc lm pai-rfb , liftg . And so his social life has been institutionalized for him and by him. The rounds of 0 kai f bridge and dancing are his as the ' are those of any modern. Witness his heels as he irouettes - ,WR 5 . I3 ,JL 1 about on the light fantastic. Witness his embarrassment when at a faculty party the Wife - pr: .1 . f in-'l .V li T 14 q , U H , 'nn Y Y r K W Y -Vg, ,AMW Y , . ,,7,7,, ,A ,.,..-. .7 " S J rig i . af Tl l "' Sr e ' it f 'wi - ,rf'f"'r211fa+v-P'fc"'+'fi'1.. . 4- 1 i we t ' -. - at ' NU 2 3 farm," , "" 1 'ylflti A ifilfr ' at ,NJA 75 .npr Q ' Q N i Q Q ' Y w X - TK 'ch ., .1 h x 1 Q. ,i X .6 , M., , .W ,. , . . i "', "4 : li- ' 'if 4' 'ffl T! . . C L ' ras n ,fi--fin i. P iv ,Q , . 1 V .4 1 An., . ' A M V - Page Thirty-eight ,un of one of his colleaffues comments, "l tlon't call that lC'iLllI'lf' your high cirtl in my suit." rv 4 H- . rn 4 Witness his ahility to rest hack easy in his chair and tcilk ol' the glories ol' the Cincinnati Reds. the imponclcrahility of the aclniinistration in Washington, the tlirccting of lfrit: Reiner or the tragic pains that folloxxccl the clinner at the Spickinsptins. l-le is a moclern. No topic has him hlullecli No parlor trick has preservecl its mystery for him. He looks into the world and smiles, Dances. tlinncrs. conversation, cluhsfall these are his. He is one of us. Lord bless him. And think, he has all our graces xxithout having to pitch in. take a course at U. Cf. and learn all over what it is to be so young ancl a bun-ziiziant, gif W - If Tem Espe ' ' WT vw" .' 'll pus non edax. cially non! 6 i vip- , , f., 4-.1 . " l f'2..v ta' 'v 531 A ' .5'J'BQ'fJ-,V W Y E ' 15,3 ft .1i.'.'l.i'.42'QQ"L.,..L4. .- Page Thirty-nine J1T6WlNMPw7f f7'1WfMWWWf'WWW 2 ff-ffxij-1r.h .mmmF FHM... N ogvfwmm ' My V QL. nmli' U MWKJ '1,'g'.::'g5' fx ,fa V W M 'ALJ J Shhfjfwgxf.-2 -4-4 iifbb- Xfmiaxv Xia 4 -7. 1 37 Wm A fn DQ'-4'-19f-1 .nx,25Es., . .Q 6 -5 X X55 'Y Q 251351: +5 I JJ AQ Q' Qi if ik if Q1 - LLM lg - 1 Y W3 1 V if? H 63+ l Sf QV wfsgf lx 5 fw 9 L 5,2 w Eta Q95 z . 4 V25 ff vp ro l , rn li A I -A em U F ff, ff L M S fi gk Q -S' gv' i 5 FLILT1 - li 5 ' Q 'A gggiiiff1gf y LJ Q 5 "' , 'T' S ..-jf U U gf 'ff U IU .. .2 P---4' u xv ' 'SX ' Y. Jn.. 5 :ggi f A ig, l 9 . . 5 Q - W +" AK? SX CD xi U . y 6 Q A ugh : gl U 1 E ' v ' , Ai 1 4 2 L ., rv, .ff-A wr- ,.,. .A -, V. ' , ., R : ., l ' gl ff"Y, .sf ri- :V-L' 'f I 4 Ji' 4 - at 4 ., ,V ' fl, .1.i1?.f.L2J:i'...'-T? 35 vi W l 1 .: ' 'V-.1 lift i.:' X f ' " 11 i iilzfj i ., l 1.1-f Will! ' v Ml l l fa: A' fl ' E: Y F ' l l l li' EQ" l ' if la l ft A T , lg I i Q lf? , l f S ,ii al Q 3' . f ig? H , A 3 -Eli "4 x i ' Q 'fi if K "Vi ,Tl Ln. f 'Q ROBERT HYNES K. Ye 2-'fl' ligf x Student Councll ass 4 HE purpose of the Student Council is to make and administer such laws as it shall EQQ4 deem proper for the welfare of the Student Bodyg also to promote a spirit of closer All co-ordination and harmony between thevarious colleges. Student Council is always l gi on the alert to lead or support any move which has for its goal the betterment of conditions i if V and school spirit at 'Varsity . lf lf" ' gl tj" X ll X U Q I, A 2.1 , q . if 7 l iam ,. iq, is-A l I 5.5 .Li Pohl Je ld:-.1 l 5 fftti S Z"-gf P i Schxxallic Campbell Norris Hccklc Franklin X 5 X LW A . i 0 I lf, 9' ' if "vii-" " "i'5f?-fl ' 4'f."35"11'1""7'77Ci'l."'fFQ'i"7f'f'F-f"'51TV"Yf"73f?-.?0 S - " " ' ' G I lf. H' if " Qi lfiAf"'S1xl,l'y:'fS"X,i 192'-4 ' g - ll S A -51' N 1 l ",- ' 'f'i"',, f'.'f. Qs' wif, i-gl ' 1' lk? 'Vg' "5.,,- JI lf- HL" - . 1- 'v '. - 'J 3 J - I Mlglfziifgfe ,133 if-'21"',fv" ' Eff? -315'-.ggfn .WE ' ' i "a'Q'i"'l?'l,'--3-L'-A-, ' ' f '- " i ' ' f Am ax 1 1 H,,5,2,,c,.'..,+ggi-',2,.i.,'-.,,4 ,H 1 -f-Q, -' ,H ' .,-f-wff' 9 H A -ww -W 'ffl Page Fort y- two A ix l file '-sf-1 .ill il. 'E Q.-i i" ii lfii 'ffl If C l lf-Al 'Zig , l lfgfigefil Xippuri Xiiutii lxi.1iismi li.it'hiii.iii l'Si.ielimi Officers Roheit Hynes. A A A A Prmidufir Xlargaret Heelilc. A . A l ztc-Piuxiduiii Helen Norris .,,.. A A Scuivluijx' Leslie Sehxxallie A A . 'liuuizlrui' Committees Calendar Chas. lTI'2.lI'llillY'l. A A A A A A Cliuziniizri Entertainment slack Campbell. A A AAAAAAA AAAA L lliairmtm Auditing Llohn lirausseii A A AAAAAAAAAAAA A A .Cl'lUlIAl'HClII Members Angert. R. Brooks, L. Xl. Harshl7ai'gei'. WA Xlclntosh, R. Retlhcld lX1 Beichman, ul. Bryant. B. L l-lcckle, fXlA L. lXIai'x'in. W. Rose l Bemis, E. Campbell. xl. Hynes. R. LA fXIeyei's. Nl. Smith Vw B Bradner. Ceo. EishA LA S, lirausseii sl. Nippert L. Rau hausti C Bradner, blim. Franklin, Chas. Lease. xl. Norris, H. IXIA Sthxxallie L Lewis. L. Xlexu'-. Sth- iiiiwiixwgi' Lexx is Redfield Ruse Xlarvin l li l I l Smith Ury ant Bri ii ilxs Xlclnliish l. liriitlncr' lush V, AJA . . .i A ' .-., ,, -. . y,.,,-A'.,': '.- 'Q A l' is .s,iA.,,.1 AeA ,.,.,., ,,, ,, viz... I dr' ,I .,3t::ij..hf:,L:,,y v, A. A V. I.. WLLJSQA ,!.i,amiwaa.-im.,g,:f1amseA'-i, ..a.i..,.af i. A I in 'Ne . Ig .gf- .f . 4 41 J oe " 517: ' 1-.f k v.-f, ..,-- 4 . f on . 9 Y Q, ' F -Se av E V 1- - if H ' e w fi in X' Copyright f 4 x , Nineteen Twenty-Eve I P4 by Sf f gk CHARLES E. 5 RANKLIN W an Y ' ' ij H. LYNNE BARBER , ff .1 5 w 'QV N qs 'gin Q, . ,L M . ACQQQ . - 'nn 5 U lx' ...-- .' ........i..a......... -..a... LV JA! , 1 A my f-Lu Q ...Q U Q..g.fg gxm, ' it ' 1. 4 v C Hb , ' -Q4 34 ' W 4- 4 ' . ., 6 A m Q .QL EL., Jax L ,, 'QA ' N 1 J 1 I' " JM W M ht -Y' M151-a,'. ' I ,M -A-Qu . .IL . I 'Q i i l . .1:' f K. l i 1 c if-i 1 gfisf?iS?5'3f?P' . P . I WNW my Z l l o .4 p Y. . at. .M ,v .. .--. A., W.-. . .-,..--,-.M... .,-....--...1.s,....,...--rs...1, ,w p " i . I age! . W , 1 fu ' i I . i ll 1 5 ' j iigjl i i , Q Y l l I 4, l f . N V .4 Y ,fail I . 4 is i :- ggi r N'-:ai i 1 I ' Nippurt Bachman Lcasc Norris Hynes Rudlicld I iff' i c ilili I ji' . jf . J if-fl l i' iflfi 5 neil . . EXCCUt1V6 Board of Student COUHCII . F .gill ' him-1 'wi ,i "-'L L rf f .V HE lixecutive Board of StudentCouncil puts into operation all legislation of Student W ' i "LJ, Council, and it enacts minor legislation when immediate action is necessary, subject p 21 Q to the approval of Student Council. The Board receives and considers petitions and l complaints from the Student Bodyg it also considers recommendations from the Faculty l 'Ll , relative to Student affairs. It is hoped that the students and faculty will use the above- , in mentioned means of co-operation with each other in the future more than they have in the past. ti ' I :' 4 ' Margaret Heclxle. . . . . .Chairman G- . U i - i lvlargaret Redfield ....... ........ .... -S e cretary H iii i . . -fl! l Richard Angert Margaret Heckle Helen Norris I . S l' . I i gif, . t Ji john Bachman Robert Hynes Margaret Redfield 'Q i ll i 1 l Louis Nippert l ' - i , , '3'-U I i A l - i .. 4 ly l in! DE i , ' i lkltm, 1 X' 95 . g 0 J l l-5:91. . , A 1 . W-P W p in uMmA t-J fi l I ' 5 Fl 1 'au Q MW . D ' sw A i ,A f . t i n li an S ni AX. Page Forty-four e - 'D 3, U yr" .1 vit,-, -gp V5-1 i t A T -A i '- f3.'E.73.Y2ii..?s 'ii-if .. -A ...fi .affix 'e :view 211- as 1-. i. i,. l -L ri f'. . . ,,. i - ...QM ' ....4..i. ...4 iim..sgt.,..,.':z1et,,..11t..'s....-.st...t.:. .. .Egg ,.,. iss:.iiiai.'g.f..i.Tf...-if ff. A . 2 it l ' 'J . - .. . . .. . . f 4 .-. W ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' - Y V75 . I I , '. its i if ' Q 'l 7' 2 . fel il i i T .5 I i T 1 W' i ti fl. - l l i 3 lgiil t U Farrell Schxxallic Hallett Smith l.olim.in Lcrisc 7 i'l'7'i K 1 "1 'B' 1 I f 15? A l i ri i l l W , . . . lv, ex i EHg1HCCf1Ug Trlbunal it , . l E?" 3 HE Engineering Tribunal is an organization composed of threc seniors, two juniors. llj ' ' i one pre-junior and one sophomore. The Trihunal acts as an intermediary between ifii Students and Faculty. The aim of the organization is to regulate and adjust dilhcul- Q15 ties of the Students in their engineering activities. rl, .5 Z, n ' in 3 Officers it .ii " " , . we ' William A. l-lallett. . . .......... ..... . President john l-l. Lease ...... . . . Vice-President ' C. A. Valentiner .... ...... .S ecretary 3.5 Leslie bl. Schwallie .... .... T reasurer i lpauia l 0 y i I Members I 4 , i P315 'bi l E4 W Senior Representatives ejfhl f I l 1: ' 3, W'illiam A. Hallett Charles j. Lohman L. VI. Schwallie ' .IW o l Junior Representatives lx A . 3 7 1 . im l 1 T I ,John H. Lease H. M. smith if- l 'I l " il l Pre-Junior Representative Z 7 C. A. Valentiner L l l . 3 i 0 A i 9 Sophomore Representative l 4 . i i i 1 M. C. Farrell l m i ' 4 ' i ' a 3 A----2 I--.-w..,--.... ..--- . .-i- ...,t,,.,e- f, . - ..,.,,,.,, , , ,,-4 NNN,-, ., ,A HF,--,,,,,A,, YW YA . W i 2 FT 5 . T 'T A i 51 l 'IDI Y t. l 1 - ----W - --- - - 1 l V nw. ' . ww . ' e- - T T A ' A f 'ff l Jai A ni In T A Q Page Fortyftive 1' '1.".I Za"'1'If.f.f'ef.:r '1 r 1 . . :rely f A 1 .,.,, , , . .'- Kg? 'fig 5 , Yr., 3 2 f flhl i 'gi i r ' -, l 'ffl i in A- if, iff .xy A, ,. . .J f Bradner Ni irris Evers Cavett l gifs: lj: R 1171? Senior Class George Bradner. , , ,..... President l-lelen Norris. . . . . . Vice-President Ruth Evers. , . ...,. Secretary Lloyd Gavett. . . . , ,Treasurer 'll has been our privilege for the past few years to witness and help with many of the improvements in our Alma Mater, Since we first entered the halls of NIC- lvliclien. the Stadium, the Dormitory. the new Law Building, and many other material additions, have grown from dreams to reality. Although these additions are foremost in our minds, we, of the Glass of lQ25, consider of great significance those more intangible achievements, such as the growth of a better school spirit improved school morale and a generous spirit of good will on the campus. all of W' which assist in the development of character in the undergraduates. Qui' regret in leaving is only overshadowed by our desire to become loyal alumni. We assure .' , u the oncoming classes that the class of lf-325 shall always he active in any efforts Q Q to hetter our University of Cincinnati as a character building institution. ,, 5 fihl ' sv..-, GEORGE H. BRADNER, ' -,",, President, Class '25. , 5 jf la " if? . WL. I :pi Lt f life!- i L, l --A -v---- ,,,, , ,,,, , i, ,,.,L, ,,,.- f - -- -X -- ' I 1 A f '- i 0 , .... . , , . . . ., i lrgrrim ' 1, WW -, .y,5v. , 1 . su H 4 1536 flf A xii i . , ,I "'- W . 7 1. T1 - 1, A ' ' 1. -,A' f , 5'-'igr ,, V .I , A- .f 'r ' 1 age Forty-six Lease Redfield Shepard Cowan Junior Class john Lease ........ ....., P resident Margaret Reclfielcl, 4 . , . .lice-President Ruth Shepard, . . . , .Secretary ,Ieralci Cowan. , . . Treasurer 0 organization rises higher than the leyel of its incliyiclual members. 'The Alps pilecl in colcl silence are but the symbol of clespotism' we take the ocean as the symbol of a republic, purer only because it is in cease- less motion, " social intercourse. for the instillation of still more of a closer communion with the faculty clo we. the each student to join in an honest. sustained effort to promote harmony. usefulness and goocl fellowship, to the end that we may further the xyorth-while, constructive program of Varsity of Cincinnati. So for more friendly loyalty! for the inception juniors, strive. imploring BICHX H. LEASE. President, Class 'lo i 1 L "'WR7Z"T"51 Q "?'1ffT ."5":I"'!!1'Q'2f'7JfiF",1 ff ff , , ,,1,.,, 4 . , Wu V W,' .ll,.,,W V. W . sr 1, , . ilu- 1' ,V-. A t ,, , 'V .,' rivhfr ji ll- SYM-4 W., gtk.. . 3' ll ill W x , , F Q' '-E , t L.-.V , . 1. -4" I ,.. -' gg,--'- t Qkzsii "f?',Qg,5si,,4ag, ,,,.,g.,,,,,g1 4 .5 i,...zii.m.l.svnLa.,.rL.J.z..i.... H .. an Page Forty-seven i.f-2.5 ?fsEm'rL 52 3.9",iin255.in ..1 f .1m .? 'vii .. . - --. . . . . , W--. . -.,.,-,-.-, . i- ,MM I t 1 Y ,,,, 4 Q sa l 4 Q . r l ' D i . :- l i l , v l 5 G i 3'- , . 5 i . l Bachman Baker Ahlburn Berger X 3 i . ?f y v. I i S , l 2' i l Sophomore Class it i . i i 5 i john Bachman .,... ....... P resident Fritzi-lvlay Baker .... .,.. X fice-President lr Q A Virginia Ahlburn .... .,..... S ecretary f Q Fred Berger ...,, . . . Treasurer ,ff l 1 '- l if i HE Sophomore Class is an ambitious one. But our ambition is not for . i ourselves as individuals. nor is it primarily for the elevation of our class l to a position of pre-eminence above all others. Gur ambition is for our 3 University. . l i We, of course, plan to leave this University in the next few years with some 2, I . 3 j sort of degree attached to our names. But in the meantime, we shall all strive. QS 5 according to our respective' abilities, to further the interests of our school in 'N . every branch of collegiate activity. We shall continue to seek the further de- 5 l . . . . . . . ' S i velopment of the spirit of democratic fellowship, friendship and co-operation l among the students and among the colleges of the University. lt is on the de- . l ' velopment of this spirit that we shall center our efforts, for we believe that it is 5' f i only through the development of such a spirit that the highest possibilities of Dr. the University may be realized. ' l We are young in years as well as in our school careers, so we may be said to 5.4 , be in the stage of promise rather than in that of attainment. We expect to fulfill that promise. V ,lOl-IN BACI-IMAN, y ' President, Class '27, H " I W N nh-C V --W Ai - I HA4 V 3- .Q r i P i i 8 a . . a W' a as a a e -. t. t -W . .-ist . -, i S " ' S a YJ Q he - . as tw iv.k54'q,qiifgqsC Page Forty-eight 1 . 1 i A " Q -- v- i -. ,J :H Q sl'--'4:g.,+ gl .. ., Ury.: :H .I L- 4. VT. ff' - 'l'...1L4d L".1.q.5ei.,1ii1,tfff f. sei. La I f l a f' 3 . ,,, ' " ' ' ' ' " Quai 5 4 'Wi we i J. 17,1 Q ' -1 :- .- I I U D fi til :slag , -Will Q- ' rl V 5.1.3 gr, Fi' lfiff ill" .-Xngcrt lfiivxler l'lcrlNsI Gun-v T 15:1 n 9 . if' 3 . . 4 5.-i'-5 L'-,. 4 9' 6524 Freshman Class 0 'is -'ffl ' . Vfr-53 . , -in ? Richard Angert. . . ....., President ll -lane Fowler. .... . . . X 'it'e-President .1 N- 1 Evelyn l-lerbst. . . . . . . ,Secretary Chilton Cano ,.,. . . .Treasurer H: , 1 if ,i E have entered the halls of old lylclvliclten with the same reverence as have the ITF: V . . l ' l ' classes before us. We have done what little we. in our humble way. were able to do for our school. And during our life here in school we will do as have our seniors H29 done in the preceding years. iffy ' W . ' Let us hope that we may consecrate the ideals of the old school. that we may con- .F -J' tinue to strive to keep our University on the high and noble plane where it has stood and 3 , been recognized for years. Let us by our own constant individual effort seek to broaden its if-fl f influence and service to the community which so liberally oflers us the opportunity of this . higher education. all this let us hope we will do. not as a grudging duty, but as a free heart 25:9 y . offering. 4 fl i 5 Q RICHARD ANGERT. President. 9' l 1.5 9 "i 3 Q kj., H it YL 4 ' ll - 5 io.- I . . . T 1 i E . I .H 'Q i Q I f V F 0 l 9 V, , i . I Q "?.j'v,3f. Qt , Q,:qgf"l44 f x ll 1' gi Q V 3 . .?'::,- i I ur im .- - aa .. '21 ' " ff .. . .. i -' - - -- f , . - - - n " 4, . :' ', ' ' V - ' 0 " sf 2 F" mi' Page Forty-nine - 4 is it e in e n e Y if' 1 F 5 .'-'--, ' as .ff i bi' .51 e Q as s s as 'e is s i .- s L21 . 5 G , , s i ... 511 'G J' I Fill :'G ., fl u 4 his Q- .. 'V . 5 ' -3 Schoonover Best Van Dyke Cheney ge v-gil 0 'iii if-1 ' t. ,r Q , . . fini College of MCd1ClH6 ig. .rr-1 V fax! ' ,Q lug. M" iq s ii P '01 rz' l ,Cd jo n c oonover .... .... r esi en J -. ivlarshall Best ..... . . .President '26 Uff is-ff Harold van Dyke. .. . . .President '27 2" ' . . ee 'Qi Raymond Cheney. . . . . .President 28 U1 iw-r ' A I ,A I iii '5 Q r gi , ITI-I the approach of Commencement we are indeed proud and happy " alll that we are to be Doctors of Medicine. We feel that we have chosen ' and have made an effort to fit ourselves to serve in a profession which has for its prime object the service it can render humanity. In choosing this i profession we have assumed an obligation to conduct ourselves in accordance 'iff with its ideals. lay is . . . ' ii With these thoughts in view we are now about to take our leave. and de- parting we wish to render thanks to the City of Cincinnati, to the Patrons of our 1 ' lg University and of our lvledical College, and to our teachers, whom we have come . . . . . . O -ig, to respect and to so highly esteem during our years of training here. It is our 'll most sincere wish that we may, in some measure, justify the efforts of these. our benefactors. ,5 ,IOHN A. SCI-IOONOVER, . Presidenl, Class '25, College of illedicine. . l .11 E ill .5 5 O l r ,I 'Q l ilffl W 54 5 f ,- . N 1-- , ff., W 5 y - N Y . .. ,...,,.-....,, i sr' . e ' - " - WW ' I ' . i f' 1 1 . i '55 1 0 i NW W' 'WV l is ' I0 M IH. M lk HX NX . Pace Fifty Y V ' 1 fa TTT 7? F?ilf"'lF'I'?'7f'73fY:Cff71f 'f'7lf"'j"?'-lfifrwffT7'7i+fY'ff'A"l"f1"i'-57,13'."1-i"1"f 'Z3f'1'TSiT"-fL"5 .,..2.:: -' .u I '42 1:.2..".i2.g?2-cym.is,.akft'7g..+.g,wifff -'M .-.'fe.z:f.?'.f5EEifgf31.f-.ffJig.f.f.fs:'.g'Z2afl..3.:1.1. I L' 2'-f 1 ,,,, , , ,, , E ,A . . -. - 2 a .. I 5,5 F I VKTHIIJ .A if il iii 1 ll 0 W l ' i VW? ' ' l l - i lil? 9' ' f 3 . , -, - , 31:2 , g g g g g g . L, ri I in i Harshlnarger lfcuchter Hupp Harper U -3? l ' . 1 wi l 5 College of Dentlstry ' . l .illg , Vv illiam Harshbarger. . . . .President 25 x. xl , Carl Feuchter .....,. . . .President 'Zo J 1 Lloyd l-lupp .... . , .President '27 'Q 1 , . i . ,rg Frank Harper. . . . . .President 23 lg J ' Q' 5. 1 , 1 'ff - . , 9 l-lla Dental College. although not located on the campus, is a loyal, active L E ' unit in one of the great and forward-looking universities of the world. rg .mi The senior dental class with its fellowship and college spirit now fades I-Al C from active participation. and becomes an alumnal group. lt is our sincerest Mg wish that we may now render valuable service to others, not primarily for the i V.. sake of any pecuniary reward or attractive prominence which it may give us, L but that it may satisfy our own consciences, thereby giving us happiness. The ljliil f happiest man in any profession is the one who feels that he has deserved and has ffl gained the largest measure of gratitude from his fellow men. 1 We sincerely hope that the University of Cincinnati may have been bettered 3 to some slight degree for our having existed, i v Ji 0 l 4 - ' W. S. HARSHBARCER. fwgifk . . - ld President, Class Zv, Dental College. . l 'iv l l N . g .. . Q re. E I n N K l .,. , ,.,,. v----4-- 1 Y' l . .. as . , O E - . if 53 ' '- sl ' ' YYYY Y V - la- '. ' vw I I "" ' C r vs- -'7'f ' il " 'RFQ' 'f' ef: N Q- f- 1,. .a AN AX. A1 .m ICN -A . g g A i r Page Filty-one ' "l i ' 1 il , . 2' 'Sl it a i , 5 7153 . U . . L l 1.7 - -an . i la- H71 rr -N I .i i Y Yi K l lerron Porter fxlclntosh if f? 1 1 l v -i College of Law V . D' ll .. l Truman Herron. . . ,... . ,...,. ,.,..,......,... . . .President '25 .I Howard Porter ,... ..., . . ,President '26 , I I Robert Mclntosh ,........ ......,......,............... P resident 27 i - l F the medical authorities are right in their contention that the child of a parents old age is generally not .- "' ' only the handsomest, but as well the most aggressive and intelligent of the family, '25 Law should have i4 , little to worry about in its chosen profession. As the most recent graduates of a school whose earliest days ' were spent in preparing students for the bar of lvlarshall. Story and Lincoln, we occupy a unique position. ,N ri With the new carnpusvbuilding-being prepared lor next years use, the transition between the old Cincinnati 'ig fy College and the Law College ol the University of Cincinnati will be complete. We are the last of a century K E ,, " old line, Nlay the old davs revive amid better surroundinffs. , -7 - D BLD HERRON. l in F- I President. Class 25. College Qf Law. r. 1 if ,Qi . f A 1 Q' 6 .4 5 Li, i ' r . ll l 'ig A .J i 'ix aj l 'V i 'fjs . 4 I , 'Till i ' Q my - Ti tel ,E all wr 'liheolwalel .Xntlerson Campbell 2 , ' I 5 School of Nursmg and Health 'I :Z V Louise lheobald. ,. .... . . , , . . ................ . . . .President '25 - 5 liida .Xnderson . . . . . . .President .Zo 9. 'm lgmelia Campbell . , ..,,. . . .Presitlenl '27 -I 1 HE School of Nursing and Health is a relatively recent addition to the University family. lt repre- ,13 ' sents a new development ol an old profession. NYC, as students of the School. respect the past and yet Q I I .keep our eyes lixcd on the luture, We look forward to the time when every nurse shall have the liberal- ! izing influence oi college education and through it bring to her work added skill, understanding and vision. ' 111 ' Sometimes. liltewother oil-campus groups, we are charged with a lack ol Lnivcrsity spirit, We are often ai tn 37 i absent irom college iunetions, but not from want ol love or loyalty. However unselhsh may be his motives. al ' the chief dutv of the aver'1-fe colleee student is to hims ill 'l-he 't dt f ff h' d bl 'blt ' 0 i -V , th b . he , esu ento nuisint, asa ou crcsponsi llf. I 1- ' l'ailure on her part means more than the repetition .oi a class. it may cost that which is unreplacableflife. ' " XX e hope to so carry the traditions ol our prolession and of our L niversity that they may be as proud of W us as xx " ol th' . . , W i L tm tot isis rHEoB.ixi.D. i Q4 'l President, Class '25, School of Nursing and Heallli ' 'G ,N - - ... . . ..................- KA, Vw... - -. -- .f--- - ' . 1 . t- b 5 ll 1 3 fo. ' A U. 5 V , . , F ' , f . ' aes? 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Lip-:I iii 4,3 lit My g Boyd B ffharribers r V 4., HE completion of the offices and dressing room in the Blames Gamble lm Nippert Memorial Stadium unquestionably giyes this university the best ,RL equipped plant for athletics in Ohio. ln fact. it is doubtful if there is a ij college or university in the country that has been so well taken care ol. lfor years lp ii-'If to come there will be no oyer-crowded dressing rooms for outdoor sports. ln the ' 1 l near future a Cinder track, baseball cage, handball courts and paddle tennis courts -j lr , . . , . , , , ' P7141 will be laid out LlI'1ClCI' the east wing ol the stadium. lhese things will give us play space during the winter. l 1 . . . Q-,,,.1 For outdoor play, the lirst work on the held back of the gymnasium is being el done this swrinv. As soon as this is ready we shall be able to malae a beautiful iield 9, l- rv A 1 I . in the stadium for exhibition purposes. The de artment ol' athletics is committed to a woliey of wroyidintg s ace and P l . l ., P "U instructors for all students. What little money is made each year is being spent j , . '. i at once on permanent improvements for this purpose. ii i ilk 1 , DQ 5 V 11' l-If .44 , Direrlor of Atlzletirs. ' " l i V - W I f-.el-l K' 4,1 0 . , . ,V r , ' '-P-wan , 1-wma - on --1' -'-- f--w1-1nv- N-:' 'a-v'-'--f ---sf-v v'-- . ', . V .. V - I, Tgqm' . , ---,M i..,..rfg.g,-N, A ,- gl ,,. i . . VJ 15 .1 r ,f A ef: ig' " HQ-j rrf- 1'f?,i,f qw , '-.ga 5- 1- A A it ,- if-'l r I . V V , ,png iy,,,,rlfU Y .- 5, 4 , Q, Q3 N' ..,Fs4'A.-xd4jf!.'v N.JJ,il if is lk nw . it y y . a ' V- . ilil ' . . ' .ia1U.iiKi.A,ul ' ' ,sl-al If Page Fllyly-Il1l'CC 'K ru J si 1 L V -r I , s 'U. 'I ... 5 .,K,I lf' . ,W --9.4 X. s !1"M,,,u - , l .4 A-N X 1 V, 4, ,. fin, ' no , . X9 ., , 1 p ' f m 4' N, Q. ,, .1 5, I .x, 0 - ,, L. 4... 'YA - i .E " ,N . ,n 1 Vg-- ty.-. 1 fx' ,. 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RAS-CHIC 3 5 .Q ti-U Chairman Athletic Council 1 l - V k . r f.-I . l 'J i ' - H Athletic Council i rv.-, , fail l ' HE Athletic Council has Complete charge of all matters pertaining to the fl ' yeah: l 1 rg 3 direction of Varsitys athletics, and awards the to those deserving , -gs. the honor. It is composed of three alumni members, three members of l - Q if the faculty and hve student members. 5 x, ' ' , grill' l Frank L. Raschig. Chairman Prof. C. A. vloerger l 't Dr. Harry Box Dr. H. L. Wieman - fi . ,lohn H. Stewart Prol E. A. Seamans - XX illarel Fessenden V ' i Arthur Frat: Q Carson Hoy Q UE, i john Lease if ' . l Russel Speidel " ' 1 4 5 gill -1 Q. K Y .W ,W QW., - ' ' - V -Mu Wa YY ' P . if f - .a f A a N - -r KW Page Fifty-four 3 KNOW. nan- so l'l'Cf1f3s.9'C3D'O""lfl. sJfLfb,:C1so-ci91,5-3-LQ.9QfCf'D-C?-JUJ,mcfDY+5 C1nc1nnat1 ' 'C Club Charles Blrt Preszdent Louxs N lppert Vzce Preszdent Robert Kleln Secretary HE C Club IS composed of all men who have won letters at Vars1ty The purpose of the organxzatlon lS to promote a hugh standard and general 1nterest 1n athletlcs and to serve as a bond between athletes of the past and those of the present The medal whxch ns offered for the athlete rankmg h1ghest Ethan Allen Carl Aneshansel Charles B1rt joe Bowen Ray Bradford Wxlham Bradford George Bradner Norman Bukey Wlllard Crane Frank Crlst Wllllam Dunkman Forest Ely C Men ln Urnverslty Russell Glasgow Lee I-lallerman Norman Herman Harvey Hessler james Howells Robert Hynes Gene Ivy George Keller Robert Klenn john Lease Anthony McAndrews Robert Maddux Harold Martln Loyal Martln john Pease john PFICC Fred Rhelnhardt Wesley Schrnld V1ctor Sxckmg Russell Speldel Rlchard Todd Clark Valent1n1er Charles V11 tue Cla1re Yarwood George Zrmmerman Pk .7 i'C T . at , Co N Nl ,. L :G 1m5yCs,,,-yfy,5TlEfT1r, - f ny! mf- 5+ We N? U: QQ.. JI kV yu 1,2 My-A TT 'TTT T W ,w T TT- w Y yu ituafit' Tn ',.T-.- In ' R. an ' ' IIX ' 'nf uT 'A 'fit' JM 'Ax ' ' Pj 1 C to X S' 5 , 4 ' T I T .bg F 3 92 O u n Q 3, J 1'-1 T 4 T as T T ' ............................ ' l . . 1 - - X ' ' ........................... --Q 1 J c T .. .. , . Q.. ' T N 5 . . V T . T 1 scholastically, was presented to Tank Fratz for last year. l ' 6 l m ' if 4 ca as - - - TN T 0 . -ji 3 , 5 L' 1 ' ,T - ,44 T T I ' I . 1 I 7 . , G. . . . . y , . .. E, G I . . , . 0 y , - ar . , K' ' T Tmskbm ,fl ax TTJAU Page F ifty-flve , Wm 157' My W T 1' Z ' Q w .f 1154 ,.-- -TTL i T R .... ...... ........ . . ..... ....... ......... . C5 CD ' lg: ' il ff i flu 5 W rlx M Qx f VX M gg X gf LQ W fw R QIIRBQBDDQ 4 ' K ' 4 AXYLGQ in A +1 fel. fQi.fifx9f-, 4 ., ,4 Q A QQ? K wk Ill a .ff f' E323 R229 524 R 'A 1 , 1 Q. X X2 S If I . 'gif Page Fift I Lil 2. w '.. ' X In Iv? '. 'cf -A sv :fa .. 7T""'!'7 ' g-.i .V I - c it . C i ' i tw o " if ",Qfa..Jg,aKyxf.'Ph..3F:4S2',ggi,SAL1"f S1ifL.l3E:i?.,,Aa5.5.f.f.nm."' " 'f ' - ' 95 fs ,, ,..N ,4,. Q ae,-,..--,,,,,-,,t.,. , .,.. . -tts , Ss in 6 l Sc . I x my l 5 y -21' I c. ' l ' l pi. .-f 's ve 'L' , 1 'ue ."' fzg. e ,A 5 i w l if Q i if . I l Sl 9 l . 1 . .gk ' A' o fl FW c Wg 1.411 lfn, Q as Coach George XV. lXIcLarcn . i " 'lik if - EVER has Cincinnati had a football coach of whom she has been so proud. and J justly so, for Dr. Cieorge XV. lN4cl.aren has proyed himself, not only to the players ' . 4 but to the student body as a whole. Despite our standing in this years conference. no one feels that Coach's efforts were ill spent. Beginning the year with a squad of inex- ' 17 . . . . perienced men, Coach was able, only through the high standard of his leadership and knowl- ' , edge of the game, to produce the machine that ground out 8 to 7 on Turkey Day. The D' an V . A , 13" players have learned the game and learned it yyell, but added to this. through their close v cal! connection with Coach. have learned what it is to be a true gentleman, for the quality and V uprightness of Coach McLaren's character can only be fully appreciated by association f V. , , with him. at 1 Although the scores of many of the games shoxyed Cincy at the wrong end of the Figures, P r Coach never once lost control of his temper, and at all times had the situation firmly in ' lhm hand. All of these qualities go to make up one big reason for Cincy's pride in her football I l record-George XV, iVlcLaren. Eyeryone feels confident that next year will shoyy the result l 5 - - -V . . . . l i . of Coach s ellorts in the form of an invincible squad of Bearcats. E 1 1 a ' i i 'l s 2 5 i ,Uf ,UQ j G fb 1 l ,A l Gu l "f -- " so c so A an I ww wa wi ' i 4' ni 1 in p A A 'NW N . fs ww 1 B g is g IA t a at Ik m Page Fifty-eight . l me f l ' 'J D 4 . I X if 9 4 K , Z n ' 1 if Captain ulvlacn will always be remembered for his miraculous sk run in the Miami game, which netted Varsity a touchdown in the last two minutes of play. He was a most dependable ground gainer. and, although usually a quiet fellow. klac turned into a -H355 l 3' . . l wild Irishman when an extra yard was needed to make the First .u l down. His consistency of covering ground is shown in the fact l i that he gained a total of one hundred and twelve yards in the ". Oberlin game. Varsity is bound to miss this cool-headed general l . , O - 6 gp, -,Og . lX1cAndrcws. Captain '25 Y ax l 9 31935 4 va, 3 Through hard work, steady plugging and close attention to Q' duty, johnny has perfected himself into an exceptional football 0' player. He is built for a center, made for a captain and destined l fl" s to be a member of the All-Ohio team next year. His loyalty and M conscientiousness have played large parts in making him the main- 'fi , stay of the team, and one of the most popular men on the held. It if We predict a most co-operative team under his leadership, 1 . . Ilia, 9 ii!" Q . S 1 -'.' 3 sc, Captain ' i ii? rf l Q r 4 1 i i x Q 3 .gi X tu , 1 i a i ' fr Todd Friend sliip ,e . . J 1 5 ' l l Dv :S i7 V , l . l i 4 l i fn -aaawf e , H , or - A -S ' iv. W i ww W U xfvftjatfiff f ff M i. - - i Page Fifty-nlnv. I I .'7',:EL'f' L-1,2 1 ,fy 'A I I in I .ft QI? N . ,:"z-..1 . I .0 --f' , L .--,.- l.:-4.5.1. , .J , ,. -Q-. .,4...........,:,i ., 2:1 7 nr! l ll . 14. l wil l 1' l . l 'l , l all Q l X- 1 W 11,1 V! l gn? kvflrl f f? if 'Q L. F- ? '3 . e e f e e uf l rx 1 :f",' t Y. 4 1 ll September Z7 E . Q li' . l -, Varslty Kentucky Wesleyan A Q.. .. .Scorc..,. ....,........... 6 -li . . . . Yards penalized. . . , . l5 ' ' f l . . 'llOUCl'ldOXN'NS made. . . l ' I 0 . . . . . . Goals made from kicks ,... . O t I, 33-l' . . ,.,, Yards gained from scrimmage ,... . . O0 M l' nl' IS . . First ClUXX'I'l5l1lilClC in game. . . . 3 l Q . :., 'va 4 . . .-Xttcmptcd lorward puwcs. . S ifafj . . H53 U . . . . . lntcrccptcd pawcs. . . . l I ,, 3 l . .... Completed paves.. . 3 O .. ,, .Field goals .... . 0 5 1 "U, ' I 'ui-ft l F1122 1 ' 'A' 3 . . - l 'ffl Q - 5 trail .Q if ' K ' Q ki' . ' wx " 1 ' ir Z ECQEWA4 Q., f ,ar , ., ,vm I ' Q1 f 1 'gs' A , 2211" . . """ P-pr' ei- H ll gif- ,.1 , -'ll , Laf f ' ' 0 limdm-I1 ljLlurtex'lmck Glasgow. Quarterback ' S L9 .- L 5 o ' 4 I Ol l il A 1 4 ... .. ...xxx ir: ,, V V. 6-5 X r.7:1,.K.: - .qfigfl '-.nf 1,32-215:-Qsipx-:A--K 1-f I W fe ', W 'ffm - F' ' f 5'1" M 1- Iv".-,l'f' Q' f-A V, nm'-11-','Y"il, f fi'-ll-' ' ' - FW, ' '1 P 'Jill if -.5 .. l, :fl ' ., ' l " 'Q "M, Us - U", sV'5"'lif,! xl "' X. fu 3 .h A' ln 'Q f H .f . ,,z.g,vf- --ua, 'M .mp ' . . Q . --1.',cg 1. ww 1 .1 A 1'2"Q-'lflmnfk-.1 ,f. , 4 H .- 1 . , .I N.. -5 '. 1-1, ,, A 2 . Q ,uf --z..,. K , .,...,-- ,fat f l Yr. 'nl' f' ' .. .1.342.'Q-l:1lQFLl.lf.L..v 3.AiE?:1lfE1....i.,u.k...Ldbfl 4.L.f..1-a3!:lE31L':.Z.qc3e,.f5f,,l,f.'l ..v.Q",..'-.af.Q' f" --4' f " l 1 " l mv F' J Pune Sixty ' 1 Georgetown 7 I 1 I , 1' '1 ff 1 ,". Q .Y f 1' : I l W, z' 1-,arf ,? October 4 35. A 1 U Y. Q Vars1ty QV: 33 .. ., , Scoru. .ll iff, 20 . , .H'L'lI'ClNPCI1Z1ll1'Cd. . ZH '3 ., .pI-fTLlChdUNX'lf1N madc . 3 Q . 3 , , Goulx nmdu from kickw . 3 'v 250 , Yurdx gaincd from Qcrimmugc W7 v 13 A Flrst doxvm madc in gmnc IU I , 1 x,L'i S ,. .Xttumptcd io1'xxu1'd puww 16 R' I ' 2 . . ,Intcrccptcd paswk - 1.1, ' . gm 1 l ,. . f,.UITlPlL'fL'd Pzlwcx 3 5, ' U ,, Fiuld gmxlx , ll 2 i 1 f 'Y' f T 1 :pg i,".'f1' 54? 1 4: , pl Q P 4 M .J if I V bw! mfs! Ve -V.. 1' l 1 -A ni-S fl 'Ez Ag! V554 11. "r", :aff N1 I Bauer, Fuilhacl-4 Burt, Qmmrlvsxolmaclx , iff" ofwo M . ,o .. f Tf' " . gy? -1q.i3.V'.",,gm-Qw ff. . m A.. f f1.,- w::Q.f..f - . v ' ,L I ,. 4. .vw gh-,vw " 1 -,1.JA'1, ,',..'-5,f, o 1 i,Q1.jf f,.v.Vy,f'3E-41i.,.?,,, ,A P. A, V. ui. o ,L-fjufbj, ,.a:k,,qI1', ' , 4 ' 1 ' I U, " ' A5,.,ii..l,1....ujL1,g,q..Q . 1...4,,fay.L.f.mEiL-r.a:- .,.,...I..f.1Q,.3iZ. J-U.. , V J ,1 .1 1 , . , 4 N ' 1 'Ly v ',.."? U f X , V, 5- 1 V. 1 x, ',,,n..4...'.1.E s 1 age Sixty -unc S if N J J if- Ajff . tr' .K 5145 f J 4 4 Varsity 0 . 45 .. O.. O.. 71 .. Z.. O.. 3.. I.. U ,ft . . 4 ,Jw ,- ,Cf -.W ,- I-Q2 October 11 North Western ...,...Scorc....... . . ,Yards penalized .,.. . . . 25 . . .Touchdowns made .... . . 6 , . . . .Goals made from kicks .... . . . 6 . . . .Yards gained from scrimmage. . . . . . .404 . . . .First downs made in game. . . , . 18 . . . .Attempted forward passes. . . . . 18 . . . . .lntcrccptcd passes. . . . . . 2 . , .Completed passes, . . . . 7 ...Field goals... .. 0 Page Sixty-two xW w . -'EO' Valentiner. End Chick Bradford. Halfback ,"' ,M , V V,...L:.4 Q alrl fi gimme.,.7?r5'm"'S'Ff?i"3.-5.,.-M Q?5".a,."i"'Y'5.fE1.4'f,aif i X J -, v I A O q we --ig.-W -.Ummm M --W -H-AMN W'-. gWm -Mwtfntvgf f i H nf Aw i H H r W f im' gh-ww f N Wt-. ?VY 'iw-A -F ' ,i 4: l 4- T ' ' - M' " ' ' ' ,QT 3 ' l 1 1 he -Q, , 1 N5 4 l . ' I l 9 ' ' l , ,, g . Wi. . ,Q Q' ' llzli l ' xi, Tal ' J i - ' i i irq: a. i M 4 ' i ' 4112, . 5. ., E 'Y il xl ', October 18 Hifi . . -1 X ' VafSlty Dernson P 'g 7 .... ,.,.,,., 5 Core .,,,.AA. , ,4.,. 13 Mi , I 30 . , , .,.. Yards penalized ..,,. ,.,. l 5 i 7 ' l . . ...., Touchdowns made ...,,. . . 2 3:33 . '1 s ' 1 . . ..... Goals made from kicks. . . . , l 'ny-ag 1 228 .,., ,.., 'Y 'ards gained from Scrimmage. .,.. l37 ll . . ..,. First downs made in game, . . 14 bffflq ' 5 . . . . .Attempted forward passes. , A , 8 . if I , 5 l . . .... lntcrccpted passes. . . . 2 ' .l',5fV,g P Ll. 2 ,... .... C omplctcd passes . . -lr , ,ln I O ,... .,,., F icld goals .,., .. 0 Q lk 2 1 i l Y 5 1 4 1 fl l lflgllgl i sf" ' 'i I C l 3 . i ' ' . "i fig i -7, Q ' 2 ." P l -' ' fg 1 r ,gll I , ' A VJ l I E S., . , W , .:., J ..,.. ' ran -m 3 1 ,"1' Y '-r:. A '-"' iff! ing l -' if ' w l '1 , .4-qv! 9 4 ' KA. P 5 If 2 i ,111 4 Bill Bradford, Guard Maddux. Halfback i I A D' 'r --Q' W i l' aaron a rxaka amwa' do W a a an a .W i a in i V an an r il i r 'wa WF. ': WW l- A i 'fs lika a or o Q'l,Lw- -io AX Q15 A iaia ai Page Sixty-three tr ff X PJ L THE CINCINNATIAN all H131 :K-. U f'Avw'wfmf 167 4 W' El X -P-5 ,Mmm GQJXQ1, MEUR I rin. P 1. 'L ' 4 z . P 'Q ..,.,y,.,. Y E l l ,ASV-Ang K I V 1 A 2- w:?g-E: --Q, X ...Q is . ? 35, .:.62,S' ' ' ff' Z 'ill L 'VB' 5 QAM 4 I ...p.P.p.2 ' E Q. A "W ' 55 X5 fi' Q illlf. X ,E .iii E tn. N-n O., -lit--. ' 1 ...,..b,,..B V' 4 Q- -Q--we 5 5 , .f ' E E :f ' wi LQ G1 iw' I 3 -E 5 V . 15:11 .:.fE,J9.8., E, - f' V W, 5 m f '35 -3.1533if'?E,'a.-5""3f,..e3 '2?f..'f R f 3 af 5 ' 3 1 "s 1 Sc A 1 1 l 9331, G :KJ I S 7 5 ., -ml Q 5 ul 9 , ' I 3 i 7 in W 5 QL.: 1 ' ul ' ' i N i N 5 ' 1 if Q 1 l 1 9-Aix' S 4 1 if '. W ,1 3 .H , . I October 25 , " 3 I . . Q I Vars1ty 9 Olfuo Northern it 3 0 .. ........ Score ...... ........... 9 2 Y ,X 1 75 .... ..,.. Y ards penalized ,... . . . 80 , I 0 ..,. ...... 'I Aouchdowns made ......, . . 1 4 . gg ' 0 .... .,.... G oals made from kicks ..... 3 3 . 0 -' , 3 1 103 .... ..... Y ards gained from scrimmage. . . ..... 206 ' f wb K 3 .... .... F irst downs made in game .... . . 3 9 - , 1 9 .... ..A, A ttemptcd forward passes. . 3 . 4 Y' E ' 1 .,.. .,.... I nterccpted passes. . , . . . O N? 3 .,.. ,,.. C Ompleted passea . . . 2 :ii mei 0 .,.. .,,,, F icld goals ,... . . 1 K, E' it V4 J W 5 ,X , Q' 2 . 9 G ' 3 3' ' 4 i' 5 n ' 9 - I gn P ' A 3 3 3 if 1 ' 5 :- ,,,1."3:xmww'-o I " G 3 ', X 4 ' -I .N ' x P V 4 A ' , iv A .0 3 Hessler, End Martin, Halfback El 3 Y W, 7 f 4 2 . I ? - .3 krQ'. 3 3 N 33 3 3 3 33 33 33 33 3 33 333 , fl k I 9 ww ' Vip YY' .9 1 - f D f A A-W , ff 7 'NW W.. -5 NW3 3 4 lj IA m ISK , m, lk M Page Sixty-four L n.r..,.f,3, Mn. ,. Qu. - ,,f.,,-. . ,. ,TJ sig" v-4-'lffafu 53:9 .5215-21 Qu. 4 ,J-r,.J.,...,: t ....-1 M ,. W 'Q F :L-' 'fm :BJ 1 -Na! gk 'TQ if ,HQ X "1 i digs ix.-1 . Fri: ? E fi Nil V4 xv ' . November 1 Varsity University of Dayton O Scum 21 , 35 . Yurdx pcmfllzud UU 0 , Toucl'1doxx'nx1m1dc ,. 3 U , kluali made from kickx . 3 , 200 . , . , Yurdx gamud frmu Ncrlrmwmgu I7-1 , I ll . . ,Furxt dmxnx made in game .. 7 ,i-'fl ll ., .-Xllumptud Iwrxxurd puww 12 ,Hr ' 3 , ,lntcrccptcd puww , , ,. U V QQ' 4 ,, ,Cumplctcd pmwk , . 4 Hi 0 .. . Fluid gwulx , U in 4 ,115 r " f fb-z y me st -1' fi l ' EN Cx' --1 , -I-L L ! A . 'Q 951 J Ut ' N r fa: I nv 12"- ' ' 7' '- 5. Tle, r Lease. Guard Hmxles. Tackle .5 Y ' 1 2.1 ,JC : ffa' -4 1 Ex' 1 , , , , ,,.. . . SEE A 3 '1' 1 KE A 'ld S1 - 'IL , , . ,.-,. ..-.-.,4,..,.. . ,- .W .f r ', -' .Y we , w?'.fw2fff"T 't"":'7f.i'd::'57'f'7f'3,T-f"'1'W""""'C"''Y -- ti. ' , ,cfm -vllwvgv -. kMY5F'?W"x1-A fini, ',,.k,-.-gfeix N K ,W . 5 , M xx j,-I ,, ,A 1, I W 7 -' JN H- I 1'-N ,Q"""" . Sf- jffiNk'1"-"f'J' ' ,--W .'f.1?QA VQJ R -V V ,, , . .. 4' - ' 4 ' ' Q, W --X,yZ5,,,Yft'Fq5if?'x' 'iwizefib , f J H y t Q. , A ' A - -'-1-'N' x""" m i! - Nxt" "3QwigQ:e!zJaJ.4" .-.Qwmff A '- KLA-'wilmaa Page Sxxryrtive if - l r A If HQ' 1 .-.. 5. i or a a a a at l A 1 it ' - l - Q lfwli G Q 4 zlfii, 5 1' 1 l l I' "f l -f ' r 5 1 I t . ' c 'Ia l G xi! l ' November 8 I ' 1 ks Varsity Oberlin 1 0 .,.. ....... S core. ....... . . . 13 l 2 G J, 15 .,.. .,.. Y ards penalized ..... . . . 20 , "ti O .... .,..... T ouchdowns made ...... . . . 2 ! O 4 : 0 ..., ....... G oals made from kicks ...... . . . 1 l , - ?L"' 222 .... ...... Y ards gained from scrimmage ..... ...,. 2 65 l , 'E gtg l 10 .... ...... F irst downs made in game ..... . . . 12 -'il ' 10 .... ..,.. A ttempted forward passes . . . 8 I if G 2 . . ......, lntercepted passes. . . . . l 1 ' "ff , 3 ..,. ,.... C ompletcd passes . . . 5 I 9 Q U T51 N O .... ...... F ield goals. .. ... 0 ' gm, ff , Q I SPE p 'l 31 4 V' T . lm l 4 ' lf: , ? 5 ijt? N 'r-' as S L-Iv Q W l l 5' V Sc t . , 1 i are -. l l Nigga l . li' 'Y by 1 5 Keller, End Herrmann, Tackle EXE wiv tu'-bi -V1-Zz.--Ari wk 89 gf r f g A 'lv Wm 523' 'AV llf. l ' A 15X Ah g gg A - gi- fk HX Page Sixty-six -l ? r I sl sw V - 'V ' ' - P' 'TP' ' Y7"Q,!?"' 'Tl' ,'7f!g,f s',"'.7T?'f'5'97?'7.'l':l'3T"""Z' ':Zf17?"?""'W'17"'i?522FJZ'Elf-1"':""T"ff"f'1:'4""'1 5'fR5iS3slRv' + g.w?4alQ2f'lf5a.g..L5maZi?.-,lSf.-:T?ii?,1,li:.ficf lf'11'f?'.f,sa'l1.:f:w-l.ilg,,Sli 'f?1:.:gg, '5 ' 1 li? ' 5. lf'-'if ' A or Eflicl i' ' ' s ' e - 14 l lklilfl ill , l ,V ' k . ,522 l l l-Al . .4 ., 4 1 1 l,..?.Y:i 4 l img . - l if . , l 1 V .ffl 5 tx l U, ll 9573 . V, ,. ,: .15 1 l 1..j-1.1 'f' Q 511125 l Cv, Lx , !,',,fll , ' L V 'r E , , zeal 5 9 'ffl l l November 15 gig . . fl"-fi Varslty Wooster .lil "1 0 ,.., ,,,.. S core. .,.. ,..,, 3 Z , V 45 . . . ,... Yards penalized, . , 20 ll-Ag O , , . , Touchdowns made. . 4 'ls' g I 0 .,. .,,. Goals made from kicks, . , ., 2 , l l30 . . . ..,. Yards gained from scrimmage . , 203 3 . , , First downs made in game , . ll fig. il ', 8 . . . . , .Attenupted forward passes , 0 Q g 5 . . , .,.. lntcrccptcd passes, . , O N . 'Sl 1 l . . , . ,Completed passes, , , 7 Q 5 0 . . . . . ,Field goals, , 2 ' rf 1 X ' L3 I, l ' If ' : ' l , l il?-'l ' l 'Ll l l lwf A A ' - l . L it-' 3 Q . H24 I wb 'S' 1 f ' 1 1 W 2 . ,A L 1 Ll 0 , l " 1 1 l las? V lff 'iii' ' 1 hx. ' , l l 9 , N V ' S f l q l Lil! 4 ' 9 D' Ivey. Tackle Crm, Tackle . L , s E Q 3 ' .95 ' .KL , eww , , Y Y W- YVV- -f-f -W X1 :1 Q ' - f . - J ' , my s qu V 010, Q on ,s- , , , ' Wfkj?-CJ' I 1' 'I 'N ' 'fl 'N l,5f l1' Q Page Slxty-seven Varsity Q 55,.. l... 0 105 ll 8 Z.. 4 l . November 27 . ..,... Score. ..... . . . . .Yards penalized. . . . . . . . .Toucl'1downs madc. . . . , . . . . .Goals made from kicks. . . . .. . . . .Yards gained from scrimmage. . . . . , . .First downs made in game. . . . , . . .Attempted forward passes. , . . ., . . .lnterccpted passes, . . . . , .Completed passes. . . .....Field goals. .. Miami .. 7 30 .. l ,. l ,..l30 ., O 12 .. 2 .. 5 ,. 0 Page Sixty-eight Hallcrman. Guard Klein, I-lalfback . J ,Q Tr V Ni, 'l'g z3Xg?-l.17' '1'f'r'E'y ' v. if :ri rl p a t 1 ' . X "fE...l:L1:,.... ll:-sk211.C'ftZ.e.f',Ltzt1tf:zaQ1tsQa ':..+.:a? i , .15 : 3 flint ' 1 fl t, ' , A - I ' 7 j W ii i l Ez- I . Q 1 t ! 'ffiii l D71 i ,Ji i Hi nhl l Y Football RCVICW igtl S usual, the first football game of the season was merely a tryout of substitutes, The Beareats did ex- . My ceedingly well, howeyer. and, although the yards gained by them were oyer five times that of lxentucky W -I 'i Wesleyan. the score showed only a tie of six all. fhe other of the two night games was played against Q ' Georgetown and was much better played., the result never being in doubt after the hrst half of the eontest. A large number of injuries and finally defeat were the outcome of the-inyasion into the XX estern Conference. s.Q but the team fought yaliantly against the odds and its spirit, and that of the 250 rooters who followed to Evans- ' ton, could not be crushed by the onslaught of the Northwestern machine. -3 The Bearcats were still suffering -from the Northwestern conflict when they tried to break the Denison jinxg at Ada also hye subs were to be found in the lineup. but the patched up squad did better than had been I expected and the Ohio Northern L niyersity team failed to show a marked superiority overACmcy, despite the ,L score, The Cincinnatians outplayed the Uniylersity of Dayton in the hrst half. making ten first downs to Day- ? ton's one, but they all seemed to be scalped after the Indian entered into the fray in the second half, lhen Came ' Dedication Day, with a strong Oberlin team, a finished stadium and ideal weather conditions, but with a Bearcat team still badly handicapped by the injuries to her veterans. Bradner and Captain Nlc.-Xndrews starred '- 5 with their long runs. but the forward passing of the Oberlin team was Ulu much for Varsity. it being responsible for the two touchdowns made, ' ln the fourth conference game of the season with NYooster. at XX'ooster. the Red and Black team was TE' simply outclassed, ln contrast with the weakness of the Bearcats, XX'ooster displayed the strongest attack of Y the season. rBut, ".-Xll's well that ends well. l 2' After three-quarters of the lX liami Game without a seore. and after a story of hard fought battles between A two teams apparently matched, let us be thankful for a safety by l lallerman, and then a touchdown by Captain F , . . . 0 IL '1- :Qi r, U . 5' i i KD i l . if S l GE, I i ,5- i . l i ' vi. i i 1 Afi-, z.. ' fXfCgXndrews Hallerman played a most brilliant game and deseryes a lot of credit for turning the tide the right way, but still more renown should be bestowed on the Irishman who made the touchdown in the last two minutes of play. ml-was an historic day. 4 f I Qs: V525 r'-5155 l 'L Vgxll 1 13.5 HTH l . i 32,1 1 Eff i f'.'i. i ,. '4 i will l ixfli ' 1 1,4 ,145 i jfif: I l-"4 , A 4 1 i "If l phil 1 a ,Q :ji vi 'Ili 1 'il . 'l i al ' A F N .-li .Ly 'A l ll . V ,tl 'J I: 4, . la V-if i 'il ia, if V 3 -- 4, f Sl 1 h l he 2 .i,' ' i r Q! i .. Is:-'5 f . 5 . 7l . ' 5131 - ' RJ .V 3' l 2 ia? ll i 1 . jul mil , i 2 ,I ,i,. I 'tr I V 4 Aff! Grasfigdgr. End Otterhein. Halfback if 45 lvl? .ay i 'Li . f - ,:- 1 , " .1 . ,ve ' , Fsipj'vfr'1":-7'.43'jL'1Q j3f'G1'z""'rFT1?rf'4T""' , "' '- I 'r.f,i3fS ,3'Z:Y??i2.-:ive ' 3 5 '..' 'f - '-.' fhiie., , -A J 5,7 43 V up ' - ly . "P 1.5! .sg Q' 'rf' 'y ,:. ,' ii U vi J . ., 1. 5 'P r 'S .. , ,, xg im, ,. f feb' r.,ff,.Q,'!: W, ,o Q . 1 ' Y . -G I' 'I ,G if lalflv " ' "'E32fiN1g4"fs'-1'4" 'HC "' ' I ' ' 'il Q wifi fl? , a..4- ' ' "' '- -4 L". f XX " ' 21' I 'inf' I ' V- 1 s W i. if . if 4 '..tEaiwaf5.f-.,t.- Page Sixty-nine mf N ywfwbz' M, lr 3.82 5, lf .. F -2 x C5- 3 ,M ..... .... ...... .. C5 Ll. C il . 5 I 'W F J i' I U Q j r vo 1 X 0,3 X S X ' X .. . ' M X A 3 1 - i ,Q T ' ""':' :W , ' H VV gg M fQf.vTf.52o, ,.iL.1',.-.E ,MN . '- ' L :gs Cl 3: '. l .52 1 r- gr wg-A K' v r''frgpi-,v--A-1-if-:VY "eff ' 'f"w:7--f',l'g,r"""'1'j'Q"Kf,'!' "' -w L- . , i f r f i ' i fr m' ai , K. " i. 'a. U.. -4. -'fi . 1 O 'C 4 J ,- hs i 'W f'l fu 'll N1I'Dert. lxlgr . Nladdux. lxlaeFarlen, Bode. Stroud, ffhaml-ers, Coach vlulhjs. Bradner, Allen. Nleyers, 131' Sielong, Klein, Yalentiner, Capt . Schmid. iXlehl ati Q V. 1 6 ffm -i - if I li l er:- Basket Ball yn ft f 'if .. 4 , . . 5 121' F ever any team suffered hard luck, it was this year s Basket Ball teamg for the bad fortunes did not stop . . . V , . . 'Nl with the injury of some ol its players due to football The consequent changes in position, causing irregu- fn lar lineups. rather broke down the morale and confidence of the various members. When the team was again AQ on its feet, the season was over and hope for the promised championship abandoned. However. the team played time after time to hosts of sympathetic fans who hoped that their faith would be finally rewarded by a glorious xietorx' rd" over lxliami. Fate would have it different, however, and after two of the most Q31 thrilling and exciting games ever witnessed in Ohio, fxliami came out ahead in .Y 1 both contests. Nevertheless, during the week between the two games with the i f - X, , -1 , . . V- ' Oxford crew, Cincy went to fihin and beat Heidelberg and thus saved X arsity l X from having a :ero for its conference standing. Q f ' ' F ' fxlueh was expected of this years team after their wonderful showing IL . Q , , U .Ho the year before, but still more is expected next year lor practically the same , team is eligible again. There is reason to believe that these expectations will . X t , 1 A 1 ' 1 X ' be fulfilled, for there was a decided improvement in the playing, towards the , -s - i Q ' . ' ', -ff A ' end of the season, - 5 V , -, , . , . Q, Coach Chambers -as , s L , LG l I I l 1 I l ... F rx Y I ' . xx '1 I -V WV' A i , it ' f A! . Vi Q ' - Q' 'an ' L, . . r ,P .' - - .i. -j .1"y'. .Ig ln' . -' ' 'Y' , MVJJAJL-,.d,L1L'i "T . Q . Q-L Page beventy-t wo -f 'lfiix-7.1m t HE Ffysafel f-J 4 ,, u sg i 1 V 3 4 I . . Q" . ' Gu Q v Q Clarkie was extremely useful under the basket, for he con- ,Q 4 i , -as -ff 'l ilk sistently stopped the scoring of the opposing hves. He is one of 1 if D ' 'dl ' the most loyal athletes in school and certainly deserved the cap- 3 f taincy of the team this year. The strength which he added to the 4 gp , l team work of the squad was well shown when he was forced out 'l u 1 I ' . Lgw, of l of the game for personal fouls or some other reason. He has another l ......j l l S l ,, year to offer his abilities to the school and much is expected of i him. r Q 3 ' -1' l 4 xl , : f42K l I -'ii 4 '- I r. l . K X Valentiner. Capt. '25, l vw" l 9 ' ' i 1773 . E bg? 3 I 1' ,il il ' ' f Shorty sure could make a flashy dribble through any defense i lt!! , l 5'1i and his snappy short shots netted many points for Varsity. His iq . .l floor work had developed to such an extent that he was the main ' factor in the offense and his ability in this field has been greatly QQ, ,N I 1.1 . advanced in the last season. Next year, as captain. Shorty should ily! RV' l. Q show the world how a real basket ball game should be played. ll, l , X. l l I I . - I 3 Q , L-if-4 we Klein. Capt. '20. G 1153: U rf i A 9 l it as o , - I Q ilu la? . , ' Q ' n. 1 I . rm I, . 9 94 41: Q i N rr, ,.x. I D' Nappm. Mgr, 'zi Smith.lX1gr. 'za . 1 Us wk l ,' i i ff .v Wt- 02 y- U 'HNV i , Li gi-5. . Page Sevent y-three 'Ffa s D , i l Q I I I I 0 Steady and cool in every game. Wes's sportsmanship and 5: ' . pleasant way make him a favorite with the players and with the i i rooters. He is game to the core and his playing has developed 5.6 ' Q i ,, ' l l ' i miraculously in the last year. One more year of coaching and I' 'K 1 O ,A i All-Ohio will probablv claim him. EG i i ' G' I b E , 4 i l i 4 L ' In ! 4' Q 4 i Schmid S , , 1 , -.2 l ,iq l 1 ali Fr i Bob has the grace, form and skill for a real basket ball tosser, S L l but his bulk hinders him as to speed. However, he did well in , X' V 'F A l . A . " Q keeping up the morale of the team, for he was always cool and 2' ' ' l l collected, seldom excited. ,fi . 1 , i 4 0- 1, 5 V i ,o' ,I U if!! ' sf. . N I Maddux ix " E - l Kiki i gs- .,..., .. 9 G 1 I .is 4' 1? 3 5 szgspesgiiiti ' S e g y 9.3 ' 2:1-'Liv ' l ' ull? , . :ZX - -, 5. . 5 ' V i 1 4 i "Handsome Eth" got the tip-off every time until he was put fl 4 l , 3 Q Ag, i C I on probation for not tripping off the fantastic toe properly. The 19:3 -g . I y . 5 A a er. y ' sad day came when he flunked in folk dancing. Next year his welt' K . l i l playing should be a big factor in getting the postponed champion- ma!! G . 5- i "S ,MH , i 1- ' Nl 'A gi t ' i 4 seals- ,F lfif-Wig g 5 E , . if m.A5,.Q.N ft i 6 Y Q + 'Q Mg Allen i . l ' l :Q 4 4 15 g. -g-ggggg gi gg gg gg g g g g ggg g ggggg g g sf. l W Nl i su yu ' '1 xr W, .W WF 551 ,XW NU. . gg g IK - m IDX rn IA fk fix A Page Seventy-fouv 4 I l i A l x'- ..S'! k 1 ., 4 . 1' .J l w Y 'vu'-'W is ' l la . ,t ff ' i p C, l vial. we '4 ln Runt practiced diligently and substituted for three hard S2 years. and it will seem a strange day when the squad assembles without him. I-le was right there with the goods when he was 5. C4 wanted. for he had the ability to step right in and play good ball l when the occasion demanded. I t i l . I Bradncr as l l 3 i O l as 5 Mehl's accurate shooting in the early part of the season at- 3 - , tracted much attention and was partly responsible for the vic- ". tories in the pre-conference games. With two more years under Coach Chambers he should be able to stay with the best of them. P, Watch Jonah next year. Q N .3 'Q 1 2 l sn Mem ag l 59 f , D 12 i Vic is the most modest player on the squad and one of the l i finest as to character and basket ball ability. He was responsible i .gg for much of the scoring when he was in the game and his playing l l at center is to be commended. ' 93 l a l y . l l -i l Sicking . ri UQ' sexy . Q i ii l Y I MMM iii i De Moen' Wf To W fax IQ A m IOX XTX g g W A gggggg Page Seventy five NX l , WD, - -. I-: l I-'I 1 ' ' V W 1 x W I W Q! V: f w xy w -,tp Tl . V ' , - A V -MM ,,,, - ,. 9,3 -. ... g J s , , 3 4 P G 3 I c N s i . i I 1 ' PG l l 1 l , i -e 9 I 'T ."' l Y' 9 G i I l ' 3 - l 1' Q . Q T l Ui 6 ' 1 G1 5 G l ' 2- ' 'i g P . if X .Q ' . ' McLaren, Coach, Wilson. Sullivan, Trainer, Chatfield, Lease. Hallerman. lwfaddux. Hessler. I A Peel, Schroeder. Boyd. Nippert. Biggs. Anneshansel. 0 ll Zimmerman. Mgr , Stone, Bolton. Price. Bueche. Bradford. Capt., Corwin, Asst Manager. 2 5 I 9 2 1 C 'Y G 5 7 -l c t X r . fig. T Track : E 1 l . gl 1 , h r Q ' HE Bearcat Relay Team. which was sent to Columbus to take part in the Ghio Relays, failed to scorel c ' U' but in the Triangular Meet. Cincy finished third. Cincinnati Gym winning first place. and the Y. M. C. A r Vi- ' coming in second. In the latter meet three Varsity records were broken: one by Yarwoocl and two by 9 g , 1 members of the Gym Team. However. the Denison lvleet was closely contested throughout. and the relay was '4- 'tf the deciding factor that made the Granville boys come out on the long side with a score of 6825 to 6225. 9 "' - N ' 5 ' Despite the dri::ling rain and the soggy track, the Bearcats defeated the Ohio University squad by a E ? I V i score of 9425 to 3012. There were no spectacular events due to the weather. but Brilmayer. Price and I-lessler i the I starred for Varsity. 3 , I ,C 1 y 5 ' Last years defeat at Georgetown seemed to work as an incentive to the Bearcats in their next meet with W ' ai l the Georgetown squad. for they chalked up a score of 87 points against the Southern boys. i c -- . . 1 l f l N l Displaying marked superiority in eight events, and taking first place in four others. the Miami team cle- 43' T cisively defeated the Red and Black runners 85 to -lb in their annual contest. The weather was very unfavor- l - I- able. a steady rain falling all afternoong but Miami was not to be outdone. for she seemed perfectly at home in N i - Q. the mud. and won eleven events out of fifteen. Q, Q . I With Captain Price heading a long sick list, the Bearcats did very little in the Big Six Ixfeet. at Granville. l . .,.. O 54 l Varsity placed a fourth in the two-mile. and a Fifth in the half-mile. 9 1 1 l ' ,Eh i The entire season. never-the-less. was an improvement over last years: and with the loss of only two men. ' I ,C and with Coach McLaren's style of coaching well established. prospects look fine for a very successful season E W ' l in '25. 5 9 it 5 i , l l ' i l in , Q 1 3 - D G i l 'ltg 5 5 4 l ' i ' l ff Q - Z li Sv i .-Q X is- ' ' " T'T T' A-' l ' ' I ' ' A 000 V Ulf l Y! ,Q I f Y ' 0 fs as AN N a M N I 'L ge Page Seventy-six " 'GT' -Q 1' f ' . 'gf' ?f ' 'fl' 'f""'?'1""'5g- ' '. "IEW BH K: ff s- :1.-.is f rw ifataaiai-.-YL. 1EE.!Ta3E.r:?2e . f E71 eq 4 f .. DD' 'B 'M ' Dm' s ? li . 4 fy 1 E XY. i i 73.33 . i i .w i W i ai, ' E 13 V f . 4 A 2 ll: , . . mx: za '57 r ' 1 - . 3 , n A ja 1 . . e Ender. Berger. Sw ing. Vogel. Duffy. Otterlaein, Bum en. fxlart:. .-XIII'-right ' Yan Vfye, Lewis. Turrell, Glasgow Kfaptainfeleelj. Valentiner. Shell, Fuller. Xloore. Stu-othnian, liennel. Elmore Q DeBlieX. Nix ritls. Lashbroi-l-1. Nlahi-ney. lindelwriick, Franz. Kemper. Foelwr .' ei.-:J ' It B 1 ,' . -- Baseball ,, 3' ' 1 Y defeating a crack local team. the Siebler Tailors, the baseball team gut away with a flying start. but in H g! the next game with the Butler College they were not so fortunate. and the game ended in Butler's favor. ' On a southern trip they broke even, winning from the University of Louisville and losing to Kentucky State. Unable to get going against the Nlichigan NYolverincs. the Bearcats lost 0-S alter nine hectic innings. Eli . . - , .. . Cincy opened the Ohio Conference season by overwhelming the XX ittenberg nine. but they were taken by h surprise in their second game with the University of Louisville after having won the first game so easily. Two V55 games with Ohio University had to be cancelled on account of . Q rain1 and in the next game Varsity was beaten by their ancient gf' G' rivals-lX1ian'ii. Q- Determined to break their losing streak. the Bearcats wal- V' l loped the Oberlin team and then set Ohio Northern down O-l. ' but a trip to Indianapolis proved disastrous. One of the most in- jar? 'mi teresting games this season was that with Xleiji L'niversity, The ' , 1 little .laps played real ball. but the Bearcats beat them 7-O. .gl 4, .tw - On Decoration Day the team traveled to Oxford and .gif ' evened scores with fxliami, The only ten-inning game of the give season was played against the University of Dayton. but Cincy Q -'t 1 r came out ahead of a 7-5 score. On june the seventh. the for- mer Lf C. stars attempted to shine once more, but were put QQ out 5-4. . 'Hi 4 Although they put up a valiant light. the Bearcats were fr JG beaten in their last game with Ohio State University. Con- fag . sidering the fact that the team was handicapped by the loss of ' ' 0' their captain and by the lack of experienced pitchers. they de- serve a great deal of praise for ranking second in the Ohio Con- j' ference. ff.. i s 9 . " J Q l NJ urg- , . 5 4 Bob Hynes. Capt, '14 A 5: J 9 . . -.7 . .S :- 4 . --D ' l 9 O sm ' i- ul i ' " . 4 r , RD,-gt! , 7 if "" A Q W q . Page Seventy-seven .Q 4.,..,,,.i,..,.,... -... L 4,9-t7'.A..V:-,?, -.,5g,..5- Q TV To , ff' .- .- -cl"1::w .ff.2f"' A-va 1 'asf 'Q .l'Y'. ., .-...- XI ply., . '51 1 - Lf f liek 5 'fb-I if , IQ i uf.. j 5- , , ' , . . .A . - , .. J l - Q .V AI 5756.1 Q A . l . Q J Sv... 'Ml 'W '-13. li'a"4 P1 Lg x VI' v 'S sf 4 5. 1 YMQX gf -it ml Corn in. Xlgr . .-Xlwaeeherli. XYilson. Bueehe. Shroeder. lillis. Vandermark. Benton. Nil-'oloff. Coach . 7" llarkness, Dunl-tman. Hill-ter, Divers. lxlason. Elmore. Rool. Cross Country lflif HE Yarsity Cross Country Team had a highly successful season considering that it started with only two letter men lelt from last year. Un Cctober 27. led by Captain George Hilkcr and Carl Abaecherli. . who hnished second and fourth. respectively. the team defeated the strong Y. lvl. C. A. combination by Q a score ofv2-l--lil lln the scoring system used. the winning score is -the smaller one.l U ff, Q '. A On November l, lollowing the excellent example set by Captain l-lillter. who finished first. the team de- lfigl leatcd the Denison quintet lo-22. Abaecherli hnished fourth with Wilson. Yandermark and Dunkman fol- lowing him in the order named. ri Cincys team distinguished itself again when it finished third in an exciting race staged by the Big Six, at Delaware. on November 8. Hilker. who was the first Varsity runner to Hnish. came in third. only losing l ,elf second place in the stretch. XYilson was the next Cincy man to finish. 'ff' ' The team wound up an excellent season when they journeyed to Qxford and decisively defeated the runners of Nliami. lhe score was 22 to 23. incidentally. this is the seventh consecutive year that L. C, has triumphed .3 114 over their Oxford rivals in cross-countrv. ofyw, A record of three victories and no defeats in dual meets. and third place in the Big Six is certainly some- 1-fg thing to be proud ot. and with most ol the team under-classmen. an equal. if not better. record is expected rf.: next year. film' : gi. l im! limi lil fi-. . LW fs. ' if lllfl 2 xiii 2 n ffl f Lv. 1 . . ,QQ i in - O . fl Nile:-li+I'f, Coach. Cohb, Rose. Bachman. Auburn. XVel-ver. Kindel . '- E' '-' l Hymans, Oexman. XYilson. lihrnsherger. jones. Berger. Buchanan. .J rg. : ' ' fi V 4, gm 5 Soccer l. l HIS year soccer seemed to be revived at Yarsity again when a program of games was made out in which the Bearcat kiclaers were to play some of the crack local soccer teams. Every team in the Saturday league. Vs, Q with the exception ol the Xladeira :X C.. was composed of men much older and experienced than those ill i ol the X arsity eleven For this reason the Red and Black team deserve much praise for the good showing they :Q ' . 1 made in almost all of the Games. J E l i - U . . . . . if , On INovember 22. the Bearcats emerged victorious in a game with the lvladeira A. C. by a score of 2-O1 ' .g L and, although this was the only victory of the eight games played. the interest this year greatly surpasses that 5 1 Q 1 of previous years. s ' l A lf this spirit continues to grow at its present rate of development. it will not be long until it will hold a V Aft ' position similar to that which it holds in eastern colleges. At any rate the soccer team should receive letters l next year. ' V Y Y -- . .-- ------ ,W , N... .... . ,,.,,... .. -Tum- 4.-A.f--E-.....f.-me..-.r--Y -,-- i i 'NA o l , . -, - ll V 9 Gi 1 ?' l e'!aggsmi"5'- vvvf 3.81 . - Us-' -A it . B C W 'E -4 . . ,I -ri-Q - -f o . . geswiz' - 3 I ge.. il, Q Q, E...-r C' gy I! f"N, -fa ,Tv , V - 4 A " Q K 1 5 4 ,. -. . V '11, - -f -mn, , .1 1, i x, ' U '...,-1:35 Q ., 1"'e-M 4'-1' ,W-. 1 i sl: . f f - . ax ii . 12 t..'.iff:--.. , ,gli l .Ji Fifi -?.,:'fg2s, 31.49.-,tt -' , V i f 7 W ' Page Seventy-eight i 1 I i ' 1 "f if. 31 1 V -H 'vw'-A ' we.. .vw N3-i--1-:M '-H ,mi,.- ., . ...3 ...2?.E"".a Efss 3. fi-.ffflf i'?1t7f775i -':f ' rfpfjff -' ' F I-s -' I 'i f - i iw M as ,seem as as s g 5 s H N V ...,, kk X 3 I . I I 5 I . ' 1 'A .1 I f ' J 'x T 2 '- 1 .r 4, , 23- QI E-2 V .Q at 2 gif.. : iw I . J K .- J lX'Icl.aren. Coach. Ritterhol:. Sauer, Dieckman, I-lymans Scarborough, Zaehariasen. Harwood. Yam, Dqlwebber l :A o o ,Lg SW1I'1'1I'I11I'1g ' gl OUR Varsity records were broken in the first meet of the season when the Bearcat Fish showed the results ,g of their patient training. .-Xltho they were defeated bv the Indiana A. C.. 40328. they would not have I - lost their meet so easilv had not Dolweber and Fenneltohl collided in one of the races But Dol showed 1 ,A his ability in the 100-yard swim bv lowering the arsitv time lor that event. Ihc relav team swam four seconds .' I ' faster than any other quartet has done at the C aquarium. P On lvlarch 28th. in the Amateur Athletic L nion meet. at the North Cincinnati Civm. the Yarsitv mermen it also made a good showing. The relay team hnished second. beaten only by the world champion relay team ol' ll the Y. lvl. C. A. Fennekohl came hrst in the 220-yard swim. and as a result. became the junior champion of Q the Ohio Division of the A. A. LH in that event Dolweber placed second in the same event. while Ciallv made I ,QQ second in the 150-yard bacltstroke. Qi- The next meet. which is a return engagement with the Indianapolis A C.. at Indianapolis. will probably iq be the last one of the season. Coach lX'IcLaren tried to promote a swimming league among the Ohio Conierence I .n il colleges and universities, but none would swim the Bearcats this season. However. with the added interest ,. '55 and with the promise of some ol the colleges lor contestants. more meets will be scheduled in the luture. . ,ll al . 'i 'i r.:. mil lf fl . " I .f' fl I l aa , 'L QQ . ffl! L :Lila 1 if ml w 'il 1 'l 1.: f 1 iii... . ii if: ' " :'L , .A , 'Vi - 0 .as ,. . 2 All . -.,z .. gi Reillv. Barr. Coach. XV. Smith. Lillibridge. lvlgr., Dve. fXIcAndrexvs, Capt -if 1 gl Smith, De Virs. Benton. Gorab, Cheney. 2' -Q - H"2i ,' 3 1-'fx T 0 4: 3 A Wrestllng , 0 UCI-I credit is due to Coach Barr for his splendid effort and work in developing wrestlingg interest at Varsity. Altho the wrestlers lost their three meets. a better organized and a more conhdent team if will be the result. V W P? ' 9 On january 2-ith. Eve men traveled to Bloomington with the coach, but the Liniversitv ot Indiana proved Q5 'f A simply too strong for them. altho several of the matches were closely contested. The score was I0-0. if f Then came two meets with lwliami. At home Rielly won by falling his man and Benton won thru decision. " Q but the rest of the luck seemed to be with the Red and White, and the score resulted in IVIiami's tavor. I0-8. ,,' ' At Oxford Benton was unable to make the trip. but Reilly won again which made the Hnal count 2045. 3 , With the possession of a good coach. a more conhdent team. and with the loss ot only one man. prospects ,, ' y for next year are better and brighter. ' 5 - L e I" 1 as E! , - - g . : , ,.,.' .'., ,l,, -L!-5 M rr I - is Q- ' pn .15 'Q . s - ' '. ' 1 ,, " g ' 1 ' al -.f , m L I , V. ' '1. ., Page Seventy-nine S WWIEASQV fmXfVWxx!5fQ6mP a cr'-'J I-G1 ,. iff mf- N C., J Z! f-XX 462- Q5 fm, N! QI, oil: '71 U I 9' GN., 'buf Flilllhblll? N.-rg o , 0 :A 0: R 'fha' E- fm! 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Q X C' 5 , CC if" fl S : 1 l :4 I ., i u :Q ' X 1 :L " lx a ' :W V I' 'if f . .J . , A A- V A , M , 4i4 l.: 4 1 ' N! w ,' -if ffl iw?W- 12- -SSW, -H Jo: Q4 -7, t ,H Q K. .J Lmjf Kqfqgy, Q 'gms N f , 'h'b',b"',Qi' f", A "N""' "Aff'Tf" L-A' , 'fi' Tff g"yp',- 9 A ' OW- amz- --alwgfimffzfzfff 1 zf.f4, ----2 qbqkeh' f fl -1 -4 -4 -K -s -. -6 af Q 'Y I . .mmm .fQf.f.-.XQH Page Eighty-one ' i Q.W'fi'liff.25 ii 31'-'4.....dx--55" Q- V fi - i 1 i 4, X .:.. mmm-Wh M.-WW Q--,Www N W Egg lvl S - ' i . 1 5 Lf - i A il .fe Jang' QQ Tick HQ I ' I ' ,r fl . ' -':" . S . N P 1 C .Lp as Q! r . . . st Q' 6 5 o it l C HELEN N. siv1iTH S - N 'ls ' Director of NVomen's Athletics 5 Q L2 . iw O those who have been watching closely, the past year has proved a revelation. To Y G W these people it has proved the worth-whileness of the policies started by the Women's ifjl Athletic Association. policies which have been doubted by those less trusting. The gi thought of doing away with "Varsity" teams was a blow to many, and many have mis- 1 understood. For their sakes let me give a few facts. Two years ago in basketball we had a ' U "N Varsity team playing ten games a year. There were an average of eight girls a day playing PQ ' . . 5' ' td' basketball. Last year the Varsity games were cut in half, and we had an average of forty I kiwi girls playing. This year, there was no Varsity. We had first and second class teams, Sorority , . QQ and Non-Sorority teams. and an average of one hundred girls actually playing. After the A -. pi class games were over, an honorary team was picked to play against Pittsburgh and Anti- SG QQ och, and for three weeks, during which time they practiced, there was an average of twelve 'llf girls playing. lt was rather a proof again of our beliefs. Next year let us double the number Q y fi-L of girls participating, and keep in mind more than ever the motto of the W. A. A. in 'DDQ gt Q ,iff --ATHLETICS FOR ALL" 0 T 9 1 l ' The W. A. A. has proved itself in this year. Its many activities provide scope for every I i girl in the University, athletics, swimming, dancing and Greek Games, and it is for every Qt' r girl to carry on and be an active member. ' l i'-6 i i 9 . ig 5 I g E O 1-sl 2 5 1 i lj uk' 1 X 1 i i ' l -G l 'Z l Q V+. l . N . f . si 'I N I YJ .T f We ff ii' i ii L L . im T rox ni g ax f Page Eighty-two 1 A C , z! .r 'lsfl -. . . . V . ,I :J X xl. 4 'V cf. 4 in ' !'fgl: i!.2"A'mE 5427 1' -if lui 'Q"7ll,4:.:f':' if' l f T 7 -"sf-J 5 f'9'-Qflf K ' "Pai v V , ' .' ' . -.-i....4.---.. ....-ni.':3n....i J.. " .KAL ..'..1':L i..21iL.r1,. iwi. . -.f'. - - .. . ..i'...--.. n. ,- C' y , 5 so l he A as S -fi 1 I . A I s . 'kb 1 3 1 i 2 Ev- i l 1 fl ' E 'L' v K 1' Hayes Hubbell Lent: Philippi 3 . lf? 'l Women's Athletic Association . . HE vvomms .Athletic .Association has been very successful this year. lt has done xl Eli a great deal in living up to its aim of "ATHLETICS FOR ALL" through the ll emphasis placed on lntra-mural sports. Class teams rather than Varsity teams - fsf . , . - ' H have been emphasized, and honorary Xfarsity teams were chosed from the players on the , class teams. .' H" 3 Two new organizations now under the auspices of the W. A. A. are the Ritle Club and , -A .L ' the Dance Club. Creek Games chairmen are appointed by the Executive Committee of 1 the Womens Athletic Association, rather than having the ofnce that of the Vice-Presidents Q , .3 Q of the Freshman and Sophomore Classes. ,E Plaques were presented to the winners of the sorority basketball and baseball series. l' and letters were awarded at the banquet given in the spring. f U "fi Q ggi i The Association is affiliated with the Womens Division of the National Amateur Q Federation. and sends a delegate to these conventions. 1 ' S 1 .fr Q Officers F r S ul l Olga Strashun ...... ......i.. P resident ff-"xl Charlotte Philippi .... ,.,... X "ite-President I ' A Laura Lent: ...... ..... I Qecording Secretary by . . L-.,:. E Alice Hubbell. . . . . .Corresponding Secretary . I Ditty Hayes .... .............. T reasurer 4 i X, .",A , . . ' ri-is E 1 1 ' Members in Faculty Y B 4 I l 'Ir' ' ' Helen N. Smith Helen L. Coops lx-iiriam Urban lg a 4 i f i I W l E 9 i. Y 'fu 2 A f A '. QW SU ' MHA ' . . 5 I "i '. A -A ' f " IIN IA lil r In 'HX A y y lk ' i y y 1 Page Eighty-three P l. P BSN! QFFICIAL YZARBOOK OFTHE STUDENT Bom OFTHE UN1v131zd51TY CINCINNATI 411 CILF1 f HLDL Mg E If fm P n T 1 T' l..y uv E 54,4f5Wrs:- JN Keffwasfrew-Q W ix' li 'N Wil 1? El '- ,-mmm .QIJQSZ-, Page Fxve 'L .F Q - 6, q ,,Q 7 Z Q QiiQiiQ:Q , l ' .3 fy 1 i 9 ? i f ! ' 11111 . .... - if fy C9 A W 'f AE Q THE CINCINNATIAN ,Q NP! Ja an ff OF ig 5 barks .rank ID Emmor-in-Chia H '.' . fm .W .W DU,m fm.. .Lvl ff' 'Hs iw ff w I ' I 5 I ' I A' ll ll! U A u 4 Ijj ,. 3 2 .. UI ji- '. . .1-,ra , . .,,.. . ,,-UN .... .x,b.e 'AI Basketball Ui.. 4 'i N unbroken record of victories from the time when they were mere Frosh has crowned the efforts of the Class of l025. Four of the six girls on the team have been on it every year. These girls are Olga Strashun, Virginia Lampe, Ditty Hayes and fX4arna Brady, x This year interclass competition was emphasized and two teams were chosen from each it 3 class. Both Senior teams were victorious. This new system brought out many more girls fgyi and the games were very exciting. ' More interest was shown in sorority and non-sorority games as a result of the inter- A class competition, and practically every sorority was entered in the tournament. The final I ix ' game between Kappa Alpha Theta and Chi Cmega was won by the Thetas. with a score of 3 Zllfrlb. The score was tie at the end of the third quarter and until the last few minutes of f play when Theta took and held the lead, 5.4 An Honorary Varsity Team was chosen from the players in class games. This team will was defeated by Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh, and by Antioch at Antioch, but won its final game with Antioch on its own floor. Some how this last game with its decisive score of 'ffl Nfl? seemed to make up for the loss of the other two. With Sophie IXloore and Skeet 11141, Henkle to cheer them on to victory the Bearkittens just couldnt lose. The Basketball Tournament conducted by the XV. A. A. was limited to teams within E'-'A a radius of ten miles so that no team would have to play more than two games in one day. ' S Norwood and Hughes clashed in the finals and Norwood came out victorious. Both teams ? were presented with cups and the girls on the winning team each received a bar pin. Alto- 3 s gether this season was a most successful one. Honorary Varsity ?' Lucille Bardes Dorothy Davies Mary Rowe Nloore 1 3: Xlarna Brady Gladys Ellerhorst Helen N. Smith. Coach i ' Frances Brickel Helen Lowe, Mgr. Glga Strashun, Capt. i i , . - .. .,.,.. -..W -- S .Q I o I 7' ' -- "- '2":gm'w.-'wr,.. f' 1 y. EV L A 1'-Pixy 5' , V, 'N 'I -A . smart! H em .4 N .1 X i ' . , .1 W - i.. tl-L .I -W, my V - :M ' . i- .flff-'r 13.2 Q, '43i'fg gN1'l gf a ve X , . ., .z-lf: 'Y " ' -V -.'-.- F11-L 'Tau ' ' f 2.a1!..J.A.. ' - f "' -J l ig Eighty-four Baseball Baseball was a huge success at Varsity this year. Class teams competed for first honors, and after the class games were over, there was much interest in sorority and non-sorority games. Each year more girls have become interested in the sport and this year a first and second team were chosen, the members of which re- ceived points for their All Round sweater. The Vv'oman's Athletic Association awarded to the winner of the sorority games, the baseball plaque, which last season was given to liappa Alpha Theta. The sorority winning the cup three times may keep it and competition for the honor is extremely keen. - - H fzigup-mmwwummnwv' Swimmmg Swimming is a major sport at Li. C., and this year has been the most successful one yet. To start the year with a bang, and see what material there was, an individual swimming meet was staged. This was won by Judy Sale, with lvlary Rowe lvloore. second. and Marna Brady, third. Following this meet was an individual meet for beginners. lt was decidedly an innovation and proved very successful. All members of the Varsity Squad were ruled out. The Withrow-U. C. meet at Withrow High School was won by them However, in the return meet at the University Pool, our girls beat Withrow for the first time they have ever been beaten by any team. An interclass meet came next on April 23, and class spirit has increased in the swimming as well as every other sport, On May 9. the Varsity Team met a team from Charleston. West Virginia, and proved their mettle. To top the season a stunt swimming meet was staged and proved to be a howling success. Under the direction of Miss Helen T. Coops, with the assistance of Mary Rowe Moore and Marna Brady. captain, the team has had a most successful year. ' Page Eighty-five Greek Games Greek Games ol' l02-4 were dedicated to Poseidon. God of the Sea. and were contests in athletics. lyrics. costumes. and dance presented bv the Classes ol 1020 and IQ27. 'lxhe Freshmen chose for their mvth the storv ol' Atvs. the careless keeper of the sacred bees. who was doomed to journev to the cave ol' Xlelis. the monster, in order to restore the bees to the temple and save the city from destruction Alter successfully passing the enticing sirens and wicked monsters. he accomplished his purpose and was greeted with wild acclaim bv the waiting throng in the city. 'lrhe Sophomore entrance was in the form of a prologue to their myth, showing the labors of Poseidon on the walls of Trov as a punishment for aspiring to the kingdom of Jupiter. Later Poseidon, angered at having received no reward lor his services. sent a monster to whom the most beautiful maiden in Troy was to be sacri- ficed each vear. Poecidon moved bv the beauty of this maiden returned her to her people who gratefully' de- parted, 'lhe Athletics were closely contested. lhe Sophomores won the hurdling and the torch race. while the Freshmen won the discus throw and the chariot race, The chariot race was an innovation and proved to be the crowning glory of the games. The Sophomore chariot was rose and silver and the Freshman blue and silver. Both color schemes were verv effective and one offset the other. 'lhe race was for form rather than speed, and victory both for the chariot and thc games was awarded to the Class of 1027. Page Eighty-six qs. yr?--Q-,lr ' -I., uv, ":"1'1Ef'r . . ,., ,nf .. . -4 leafy W, ' -5.4 if i "1 i -. .fi l .V xi? TW .Ti W 4 im E191 1 . .li -gl ,ff-f Hg ,113 If ' livers, Seidel. XYykiiI1'. lliirding, Phiiir, Xlonru liiiltlritlgt - Peters Nltffurd, l',lIii-lt. Qilastimls, Wliriilx l.ibser J if' .tr Q lib . , . ra... G1rls Rlfle Club iff ff: - N . . , , , . . , ivif, HI: Cnrls Rifle Club was organized last year under the supervision of the R. O. T . C. , , 1 .1 , , . , - ggi with Lieutenant Roy Green as Range Ufiieer, From this club a squad, and later a fijai team. was chosen to represent the University in several matches. At the end of the season eight inter-collegiate matches were fired. six of w hieh were won. The rifle team became il if . V - . . , . . . wil a part of the Vvoman s Athletic Association, and shooting was recognized as a minor sport, 'Q Ride letters were awarded to the following girls, ff ' Ciertrude Bucher Hope Davis ijfii' Olga Strashun lXlartha Piehel lm Dorothy Hailey Rum iii-Qi-S " 77 ' lvlargaret Elliot fXlarian Peters Hazel Baird Yiola Seibert it Wi I fgfljf 1 N Y N rj During the season 1024,-21 the following, Liniversities were fired against' ,il s , fl N , California Agricultural College Nebraska Cornell lllinois . w v . -' Oregon George NN ashington liansas fx liehigan l South Dakota w i E The team also participated in the Womans Inter-collegiate Championship Nlateh. i which was held by the U. R. A.. from February 28, to March Zl. IQZ5. This year the suc- A cessful team has been under the direction of Lieutenant Chester li. Harding, Range Cffieer. 'u V i ll: 75- 3 , i i T . if i ' i ,pf J, l .1 ' T, 1, :,,,.n '.,,m, , ' i A il: . , '1' ' 5- if ,Q : ' , rgf T E:'p1'i.', ? - i r', K., , ' Y e, 'J ' . H ' ,,J 'Iii' 'lf ,V 'f ,milf a f' 11.2. N 'H ,A i 0 , e "" ' ' i 'i " . .. ,, ,A .1 Page Eighty-seven Y vi'---...X 'ffl' , J 1 D,-ff. if-..., ,, , .. .-.MSA--X ' Dance Club Hli Dance Club was organized in order that there might be an opportunity for those interested in Natural Dancing. music and costuming. to continue their dancing and do original worlt along these lines. To become a member, one must have had at least a years experience in Natural Dancing. and then be successful at a try-out for new members, judged by Miss Helen N. Smith and a committee from The Dance Club. This year a Dance recital was given in the Mens Gym. on April 2. which consisted entirely ol' Natural Rhythms and Dances. The program was divided into three sections. the hrst comprising the technique of the dancingg the second. child rhythms and original rhythms by members ol' the club: the third, complete dances and the pantomime of "Le ylougleurf' uc Eightweiglii Officers Helen Lowe. . . ........... ..,..,.., P resident Marna Brady. . . . . .... Secretary-Treasurer Members in Faculty H. Smith H. Coops H. Skinner Members in University F. Baker H. Lowe V. Strashun M. Brady F. Merkle NI. Walsh H. Burk lvl. Nickerson L White lvl. Gradoll' C. Philippi E. Youmans A. Hubbell E. Reif V. Younv L. Lentz M. Roos Nl. fett e O. Strashun .-in--ry rm.-F 'vi' will .T all 1 I Nl H25 N, ' if li vfi .. l-ff iw!! i 'lf L 5 .. :Pill ' "ff . ,I-xr Ki i LJ L LR. A :wg . . Q 'iii .Al Lf!! 9-52 J l4'c?. r" . i-.131 .iii lull' .AIM l"5ifl rv- 4 , :kai . I sa. E12-if 1 iii -v + 1 1, ill. l f 5 l-mfr. l'-ff lift y vi' Z' ' ig . fl! se . L .bu la .rj A I . -. 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