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October Q3?CIXCIXNATI. 7: Omo L'xIvERs1TY. 38 The Ohio U. Bobcats handed the Red and Black her second defeat of the year and what defeat it was! The Bearcats trekked to Athens with high hopes of reversing the result of the first B. A. A. tilt, but the Athenians had other plans for our boys. Following a scoreless first period, the Bobcats cut loose with a phenomenal offense that netted six touchdowns, during the balance of the game, The Ohio backs tore Cincy's line to shreds and gained ground almost at will. The Bearcats were saved from a shutout when Bill Gervers intercepted a pass in the third stanza and raced 75 yards for a touchdown. Cincinnati was handicapped by injuries that kept Borneman, Dost, and Herzig out of the starting line-up and forced the retirement of three other men. Their presence could have made little difference in the final score. however. "'+"?'4 is T L' f Gervers put up a fine all-round game until forced out by his bad shoulder. while Al Blayer and Ed Williams looked best on t.he defense, if it could be called that. The entire Ohio backfield performed like world beaters, "Pete" 1IcKinley and Jack Robeson being especially brilliant. Serano, Shaffer, and Larry Jarvie starred on the Bobcat line. Slxcmlc CRAAMPTQTN 90 ' :if 'fr x1,?Q'v Q - ' tl5.7ii!P.'i 11553-T fl fi' V, Although playing an improved brand of ball, Coach McLaren's boys 1 dropped a tough one to Western Reserve at Cleveland. The game was Wy' played in a steady rain on a field ankle deep in mud. Fumbles and fi. 1 poor punts were numerous due to the slippery ball. Reserve's ability to run l UQ , X' Varsity's ends, coupled with several original decisions by the officials, enabled EPZ! y the Cleveland lads to finish on top. .JW C ' Both of Reserves touchdowns came in the first half g one on a 41 yard Q . 5 . v '-, 1 run by Havel and the other on a 22 yard dash by the same individual. In it ' the second quarter, Cincinnati marched the ball from midfield to the goal, ,lj but Filger fumbled after crossing . '1 it the line, the ball bounced back on ' A' f C the Held, was recovered by Reserve, and the referee ruled a touchbackl The Bearcats scored a safety in the closing minutes of fy play ga phenomenal defense forcing X' 'I Reserve from the Q4 vard line ,' ' back across the goal line in four ,A plays. f 1 1 if Ame! THORNBURY WILLIAMS . Joe Filger, Dick Bryant, and "Sunny" Dial were Varsity's backfleld stars, 7 Y 1 While "Rus" Single was a bulwark of strength on the line after replacing Captain e 3 Herman. Their off-tackle buck was the Bearcats most successful play and the up-staters experienced considerable difhculty in stopping it. Injuries again 4 i ' .' -' played havoc with Varsity's line up. , ' 5 Ted Havel, sub quarterback, was Reserve's big ground gainer. I i r V ' Q A 1. 49 , tg y Q1 y I , . mms. y.. 1 'rl' V: .4 2' J ff-,N A ,J I ' 1 I 13:4 rig. fl fn' wit x' ' i Y ,aff 4- ' 'w T' Q .QQ XM Q' 531 October 30-CINCINNATI, 2g WESTERN RESERVE, 14 iv", 1 33 ,ly r V 4 ,' H 'Q1 1 ' w 4 J" P u E-f'5t:i'i.'-1 -.1 . Lf-,' - " A , ' 1, ' . Q.: ' . 'i'qiF-i'i.-f--.. , , . a gf: f 'R+ , 91 u Q v fvl -' W1 QL ap , an fr, ,-5 simrrmiiii-2 ffi'-:'l-fp"1:+I1:,--fr-M fr-.-f rf LW,-WTJ. , 'r:C",ili'.:.f- in C214 fQLf'i1f:.Qax .. Jw L IN fe I N N H LN N,.m?erIY3m43f'2i-2f.Qff,a1f '? D'-rf' tip' "T 3-.J el ,f l l F-ffl S Q Val , f J , 4 fa E13 l 5-. ,E I . 5,114 E .F ' .wg ggi git: be ' A El li Inf 1 If fpkfl November G-CINCINNATI, 0: DAYTON, 59 ' if 'rf 1 l l ' Fc Lal Cincy's football stock hit rock bottom when the Bearcats were swamped 'A' tai by the University of Dayton Flyers before a find Dad's Day crowd. The boys , I ' put up a wretched game and were hopelessly outclassed by the Gem City eleven. 1 P J r :HJ The visitors piled up eight touchdowns, seven of them coming in the first ' 474 and last periods when all their first string men were in the game. The Red and ' gif-'lj Black had only one scoring chance and foozled that, losing the ball on downs E, ,if on Dayton's eight yard line in the first few minutes of play. ' 1' A -:ffl H it Lui t ' , I It , 4b,i4 lj v' V33 y .... E+' PQ X'-535'-"ff N A, X 1 A 1 it -3 1 :ff lib Dick Dial 'tt half back vs ts the 3 if ly 'fi only Bearcat to plav consistently good lay l Q 1 ball Q-ex eral others notably Dost 4 Fischer ind Ht-nick played ww ell ln ,ill ily spots. The entire Day ton backfield dis- r I? played a sensational brand of offensive 'lf-:J football and the backs were aided by a , J ' E-5,4 strong forward wall. lNIcGarry, Swan, 5 +5 Dila Hipa, and Belanich were especially out- Q 1 v :A standing. . 1 ' ,, t FW V' V2.5 fig: -' , 1 T-ff i . I . 4 lx w BonNEM,xN BOLTON A tb' h' D - S ff- '-if . in e,,, , . .e . we iva,c,fef+eM- ev- i-1 . vfifrgifffi' 1'-511 V - zz, --rr -'fr fr- fy-e ril.ff fit -', J- -E 421- 'zfifjf 'arf-4 ff CL tfgvgffif-l'x'.fJ'Ix,Q.Vlg,.' 5 2"', ,I g -1 92 rv-1 .4 ,. -,N 1 ,f-4 " 4 2 C' 'D7-7-if-' A " "af la. - --v ' 2. f W- N . , rw 'ff' ' -.. . ls ..n ki' A Ani xi 1' U 1 X 'X' Lglli. , .ik 1 1 A Af N C fr rig?-wif K 4, . . W 9 . . . . J' V " mil Coach Godfrey's Wittenberg Lutherans came to Cincinnati expecting 'I 1 E to put a damper on U. Cfs Homecoming Day by handing the Bearcats u ll ' another crushing defeat. Coach McLaren placed a rejuvenated team on if il f"' the field, however, that outplayed the Springield eleven for three-fourths fell' f of the game only to lose out by the narrow margin of two points in the last l "gl few minutes of play. f l 4. 4. .I I Fifi? +- ' Q' 5 1 . Wifi 4 With two minutes to go. X 'E+ N Cincy was ahead 13-8, but an Tl 132 invincible last minute attack A, 2 enabled the Lutherans to put QM over the winning touchdown and thereby snatch the Vic- t r . l if tory from the Bearcats grasp. Q' I 'I V q 1. . K F' l rv , -5 4 GERvERs S'r.xn1CK F :Q ,V .1 , .Q g. Varsity's touchdowns were made by Bryant and Filger following two of the Ji team's numerous drives deep int.o Lutheran territory. Wlittenberg scored in 'ff tw the opening period following a U. C. fumble on the 35 yard line, and also counted -' Tiff a safety in the second stanza. hi 'Y . . A- 1 "is yt The game was easily the best the Bearcats played all year, being a complete ,. 5,43 reversal of the form displayed in the Dayton tilt. A running, passing attack, .'.'l4 P 'ff , . . , . . R ' with Bryant and Fllger as the chief performers. proved unstoppable at times, is R-if while the line, for the most part put up an impregnable defense, especially i11 the AJ. gj' last stanza when Wittenberg was repulsed four times inside the 10 yard line. -Biff finaly Captain Herman stood out as the most brilliant player on the line, with the work ug". 'kffl of "lNIooney" Hessler and Bus Schott at the ends also being particularly notable. Vic hlaurer and "Dutch" lliller starred for the Lutherans. . A . K, y Ki VKKV 7 V 1.4 ,323 In . ' rf! , ' i 'Z-BQ ,N 4' ,N 1f"I, .1 s QA i i BD- " f 1 v , I r '. ' ,fly , ' I' ' ' 'fe ' 'wt , 0.1. ws a 0 . 151i 'p A Ft i ff' L. vw. FA V51 ." F November 13-CINCINNATI, 13g VVITTENBERG, 15 tiff K I 1 L' 1 W, , ru' Q1 f i ""D""'mi'i . --94" V 'Z.'i'7,3'T"T""1' ' f7f'?fi4?4:"'i . o3""'f':'5jfl"f-ii' elf L.. lQQQg?f-ff'54Qf!5, ,... 3 93 A if ef,ff f --cfcwc 12' ,- - - ii P12-ifgifjf - fra--+?ew,. SE is 1- Kia'-fig -.f:fgC41-fwfrff as fmt - uw v-. x xr I W Z3'Mv'fWFfmifff" -ldgifrkri Q . ' ' ' ' "' 1"1 "' ' L ,W ,H 41117 ,ggiij 'Q iL', .4ff5,,c 2 A,-Eta 1 A ' 'v , I lb, nl i . W 1 ' if G41 - S H' a W f Q tffxl The gridiron season .fr came to a satisfactory !I?' tvji close on Thanksgiving with 1 . 53:1 the Bearcats battling T f Lfi Nliami's "Big Red" to a l 'f , ,- . . . lm. tif: 6-6 tie 111 the mud and F3111 5 fig: of Carson Field. Although Z A tail the visitors were heavy l 4" favorites, Coach lNIcLaren's ' charges held their own throughout the game and I ff: certainly deserved the tie l Epi THE END ltr A 1. score. A mi v ' I bl l -1 1 1 i Ca, g, I 'pic N WILSON, Miami Captain A I 11, I ltpfi The inability of both teams to gain in the muddy going resulted in the game developing into ! 1' pretty much of a punting duel with honors about even. The Red and Black scored in the first ilfii' quarter. Schott recovered a fumble on Mian1i's Q4 yard line and Bryant and Filger carried the u-. . .... . wg iplqigi ball to the two yard lme in five plays. Fischer bucked it over from this point. 1: lVIia1ni tied the score in the third canto, when Thatcher knifed through and blocked one of fpyf Filger's punts and Glick picked up the ball and dashed 10 yards for a touchdown. The Big Red , Q 'Oi slipped up on two other scoring chances by fumbling inside the five yard line. R11 The Bearcats played a defensive game almost exclusively in the second half, frequently punt- + .' ,lifxdj ing on the first down, All of the regulars gave a good account of themselves. but the work of lr: Joe Filger in the backfield and Al lwayer on the line placed these men in the limelight. Dost. y Schott, and Williams were all forced out of tl1e game by injuries after playing great ball, lVyatt gl i 4' w McCall and Eddie VVohlwender, Cincinnati High School products, were among the stars for lNIiami. 1 f , 'ii 'q P '14 ,gf ig, 'M ll-f 'I K v 1 ' 'K l . '11 X1 iffy Wil Prr l I I J' Y 11 5 fist, Q. y . ' 1 A19 gf ' 1 i, .tiff w ,K .Y liitijl i A yi ii? , l V ,' 4 y i fl : November 251CINCINNATI. 6: RII.-XMI, 6 -ef ,gf A H , , r 5' , I 1 . f 1' ,"3-Hype yi' wjzyf ve- ' TTT' Qs' "'--' J, i iii ,Ain-ii i iii if illgpligiii-CTAQLIPLW L? IQ" I 94 my. V1 5 45, UQ ,M .. 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CRAWFORD JERVIS ENDEBROCK Football Lettermen, 1926 Roman Herman, Captain hlichael Barrett Richard Bolton Wvilliain Bornelnan Richard Bryant Richard Dial Frank Dost Arthur F ennekohl Joseph Filger, Cap N orvin Fischer W'illard Gervers Lee Grasfeder tain-Elect, Leander Hallerman Paul Lothes Albert Mayer Edward Quinn Richard Savery John Schott Russell Single Sigfried Starick Richard Thornbury Edward Wfillianls Ellis Crawford, hlanager Richard Jervis, hlananei 1- . - f 4 , v , Basketball If the record of the 1926-L27 Bearcat basketball team is compared with that of the great quintet that won the Buckeye championship the year before the work of this seasonis squad is not particularly impressive. If. however, its record is stacked up against that of other Ohio teams or against that of the average Cincinnati court team it will he realized that Cincy really had another high class hasketlmall outfit and the season deserves to go down in the hooks as one of the most successful ever experienced by a lf. C. cage team. The Bearcats played 18 games. winning thirteen and losing only tive. All five defeats, however, were administered hy B. A. A. teams. so that the Red and Black failed to retain the championship in that loop finishing in a tie with Yvittenherg for third place with a er- centage of 500. Denison, Buckeye title holder. was the only team on the schedule wlgom Cincy failed to defeat. The Baptists trounced Voach Vhamhers' pets twice, hut defeats at the hands of Wesleyan, Yvittenherg and Ohio th on foreign Hoors were all averaged when these teams met the Bearcats in their own lair. The loss to Denison was the only one Varsity has suffered on her own floor for two years. Although the teanrs won-and-lost record does not compare favorably with that of the 192.5-Q6 squad, this year's squad proved itself stronger hoth offensively and defensively by averaging 41.2 points a game to 37.1 points hy last years five and holding the opposition to 96.5 points a game as against Q7 points made hy the opponents of the champion team of 1925-Qti. In the Buckeye circuit the Bearcats compiled the hest defensive record of any of the six teams and also ran up the two highest single game scores of 55 and 5-L points. In 11 games Varsity scored -1-Il or more points and in five of these the 50 mark was passed. None of Cincy's opponents were ahle to score as many as 4-0 points and only five of them succeeded in garnering more than 30. 1,'. record outside the B. A. A. was unmarred hy defeat. Her non-league victims included Berea. Kentucky State ltwicel, Georgia Tech, Princeton, Yvilmington. lluskingum. and the Ventral Y. M. if A. The Buckeye teams to taste defeat at the hands of the Red and Black were Miami ttwieel. Ohio Il.. Bvesleyan. and Yvittenherg. t'o.tcH t'1i,tx1nr3ns I The team started the season with three of the five positions occupied hy veterans from the great team of the previous season. Vaptain Jonah Mehl and "Sunny" Dial were at the forward herths and the gigantic "Red" Bolton again held down the pivot joh. Ethan Allen and 'AVL-s" Schmid had hecn lost to the team through graduation so that t'oaeh faced the task of finding new men to take the places of these stellar guards. Sid Meyers. who was Si'lllIllll.S understudy the year hcfore proved himself worthy of heing chosen one of these men, while Micky Dine. a sophomore. started the season as the other one. Although all these men performed capahly in the early games, t'incy's lineup was destined not to remain as stahle as it had the year before, when the five regulars played through most of the games. Two other new men. Dan Barly and Dick Franz. came to the front rapidly and put up such a fine hrand of haskethall that they could not he kept, on the hcnch. Barly finally replaced Vaptain Mt-hl as a regular forward while Franz alternated with Dine as guard. Bolton. Dial. and Meyers played such consistently good basketball at the other three positions that their herths as regulars were never threatened. Bolton and Meyers started every game, while an injury received at the end of the season was thc only thing that kept Dial from so doing. "Bed" was easily the outstanding star of the team. His six-feet-four proved a veritahle mountain of strength on the defense. while on the attack he scored more than twice as many points as any of his team mates, tallying 2451 points on the season or an average of almost 14- a game. Dick Dial with 110 points stood second in the scoring column. "Sunny's" fine fioor work and great defensive play lnade him one of the most valuahle players in the B. A. A. Sid Meyers. the only other player on the tcam to pass the century mark in scoring. was also an extremely valuahlc cog in the tcam's floor attack and on the defense. llc served as active captain in most of the games. Dan Early played some fine haskethall as forward. especially in mid-season. and he should develop a really great player hcfore hc winds up his college career. Vaptain Jonah Mchl showed flashes of his old form on several occasions. hut on the wholt- llc Wu, not the lnrilliant rcrformcr that he had hcen the year hcfore. However he usually gave a good account of himself whenever called on. "Micky" Dine and Dick Franz hoth proved capahlc guards. although neither of them came up to the standard set hy the great Ethan Allen. These players. like Early. have two more years of haskethall ahead of them and seem destined to ht-come even hctter performers than they were this season. Dick Bryant. center, and Shorty Neumark and Ralph Diserens. forwards, were carried on the first string squad all season and hroke into the lineup occasionally. Bryant. especially. saw considcrahle action as Bolton's undcrstndy. Boh Mills. forward, l,ee Grasfeder. center, Bill Gervcrs. guard. and Boh Sachs, center, each got into one varsity game hut were not on the squad throughout the season. t Atutx. Assistant Coach -rv v-- ' F- -' -' v- ! fwfr- r-ur--ff wir:-wi: l 41.5 ls- .41- r--1' f'4 'J' v,J' FAH sys' .E ., nh ' I I v LQ 4 .. Q. Af' l It lux' X-4 v'. rfi rw," ' I . Y-'l :Psi X ffl I ayd 10' '71 I'-I 12.1 ff if-" rr,' :AJ 'rid itil fl I r. .SQ 'L-I ,, y. f . y'. .':a .' A 'Ll A 1 fri fr ffl ,, I 'I L 'l I-.7 DQ 1-. 1 YY? t, y vo' -'H L3 Ffii P -. ,GQ liz. J Vi ? af? A" 'hai 'A 1 rf li l,L.' .Eff J' T' Ts.:-'ke '....i. 5 .rv 'MN X if 5. 3 fxjofa. Ir!! , Nl, L X Y h U 4, .5 1, X' I ..- L.-'I ' 'rj'-A --LK1--'LA ,ff A '-',Al-4: 1,0 gfflin .Ag ,. , h-Vxvjh JG .V -, -, .1 .- ,A-A. -Qtuu. 1 8.1: :1-71 ' A iF-wt' Q Fw' ln the curtain raiser December tenth the Bearcats overwhelmed the Berea College Cagers 77-27. Cincy led from the start and the outcome was never m doubt. Twelve men broke into the U. C. lineup and eleven of them figured in the scoring. Bolton outscored the entire Berea team. tif A making thirteen field goals and four fouls, -10 points. Dial chalked up T,-4:1 15 pointshfor the second highest score. v U I :F Y arsity travelled to Lexington to play Ixentucky State m the second K :I contest of the season. The Wildcats. with the mere shadow of their Lt ,1 great team of the year before. were no match for the Red and Black. :Hy losing -l-S-10. Bolton again outscored the opponents bringing up 28 1,-1.1 counters. Kentucky made only four Held goals. L" f. The highly touted Georgia. Tech quintet was Ciucy's next victim. f,,-It going down 52-25 on Yarsity's floor. Bolton was held to 1-L points by I .- "Tinv" Hearn Tech's giant center hut Ionah Nlehl had -1 hiv' night and , . , . . . - . . b Sfmt stink 10 field goals from all over the court. Visitors scored tfie fiiist four points of the game. but they were never in the running after the first ' five minutes of play. Q 5 4 . Q' Kentucky threw a scare into the Bearcats in their return game iiwki during the holidays. holding the locals to a 12-12 tie in the first half. I' .J The old scoring machine got under way and in the second stanza, how- l " Q ever. and Iv. C. was out in front 51-22 when the game ended. Bolton SPL, with 20 points and Dine with IG were the bright lights on the offense, . Both of them caged S shots from the field. lg 'V'-1 Cincinnati got a taste of eastern .basketball on New Years Night jf "-J when Princeton came here to play varsity. The Locals were slightly ofl lflfvl form and the Tigers gave them all they could handle. before succumbing A by the tight count of 27-25. li, C. led 12-7 at the half, hut Princeton tied , R, H 1 V 2 the score at 1-l all and from then on the game was "nip and tuck." Bol- X ,Ar 'X . .' ton as usual led the scoring with eleven markers, followed by Dial with 19. ' 'K ' fi The Bearcats continued their victorious way in the xvil1Di1'10'i011 N lv Z . game. winning -L3-21 and spoiling the green Tornadifs great reciivrd. . Cincy piled up a 26--L lead in the first half and then matched the Quakers ,H f point for point in the last period. Bolton garnerefl 18 tallies. while r if Mchl was second with eight. Captain Zigler. YYilmington star, made 5 5 eleven points. ? ff MEHL. Captain BOLTON. Captain-Elect j"' The opening B. A. A. tilt with Denison at Granville was a repetition of last year's starter with the Baptists. The P - , Cincinnati Five was noscd out 25-23 in a game that was a thriller from start to finish. Neither team held more than a W ' two point lead in the first half, but lf C. spurted at the start of the second half and took a 19-1-L lead. The Baptists then 3 ' - ran the count to 25-19 before the Bearcats scored again. A last minute rally hy the Red and Black fell short by two points. in ' Bolton with the comparatively modest total of twelve points accounted for more than half his team's total. 1 I A brilliant comeback was staged by the Bearcats the following night when they defeated Muskingum. -13-21 in the W I I U. C. wigwam. The locals played one of their best games on this occasion and completely outclassed their powerful oppo- ip' .-A ments. Sid Meyers starred on the defense while bolton again led the attack. Taylor. BIuskingum's crack center and lf-.-'J scoring ace, was held to seven points. The Muskies subsequently won the Ohio Conference title for the second straight 'Q .nf year, Cincinnati being the only Ohio team to beat them. PJ A .l ' 4 , l-I 1 1, - ': . a" I 'I 'a 7 lrlif. A 1, my ., D -. . g 1 rt br -ei stf. I ,V , , in fl. 'le 1 y I I in .1 fn rg 1 D... ,.'-3 fig? THE GAME GOES ON VVITHIN r , 5 E K E l, i, ' - l, fi: l'a'4ix, I ,,'v 1 '-21-Q4 . fe...-f, 97 4,1--Wei, 1 J. v . .w 1 . , , , , X "X, :ff .Tzvql 1 '.:- ff, ,Y:If':IV:Y- . I ' ,ij ' ' x ' ' K 1. fx' 'ali 3427, ,'f,'Y-5Q,tf'y-'.Y'1 l l L- Ohio YVesleyan handed Coach Chambers' prodigies their second defeat. heating them 253-Q8 at Delaware. The CBC. 'mm' Cagers got away to a poor start, and at one point t ey ,' were trailing QU-5. They staged a l't'l'l.1ZlI'ktillll3 comeback. iff.. however. and were leading 28-Q3 with less than five minutes ' A to play. only to fall hefore YVesleyan's last minute attack. T The defeat was due largely to the Bishops' ability to hold :si Bolton in check. "Red" made only two points. both on A fouls. Dial and Early starred with nine markers apiece. f'incv's first IS. A. A. victim was Ohio V.. the Boh-eats going down -LS-QU in a game in which the winners had things pretty much their own way. lleyi-rs was "hot" on the attack and piled up fifteen points. He was followed closely l hy Bolton with 12 and Early with ll. if l Against YVittenherg the following week. the Bearcats ' piled up the season's high score in the Buckeye League, the M l.uthcrans hi-ing handed the short end of a 55-QS count, 1' Dick Dial took his turn as leading scorer hy chalkiug IS W' i tallies. Bolton was second with 13. The Lutherans vaunted Q , attack was stopped cold hy Varsity's defense. FQ. f The return game at Springfield a week later. however. 'lf was a "horse of a different color." The Bearcats were con- ",5-' Q siderahly off-color while YVittenlJerg looked much hetter ', J gg than in the first encounter. The game was close throughout Q hut the Lutherans took a slight lead early in the second half fz",' and managed to hold it the rest of the way. The final count psf 5 V . was 38-36, with Varsity coming fast. l!olton's playing stood . lik... '5 I out on both otfense and defense. He accounted for 13 points. l .J '. - l'incinnati's court representatives continued their in- l p T- 7 3 and-out-playing hy taking the Ohio Wesleyan cagers over H -Q. the rocks two days later hy a decisive 5-L-'25 score. The 7: 1 team never looked hetter than it did in this game. Dial .L Led lthe scorilng ygth 15 counters, Bolton dropped in 12. and 3 - M 3 -, lar y contri mute 9. Lzj. DHL The Red and Black climhed above the 500 mark in the HEY!-ins gi f .' B. A. A. when they heat Miami -H-31 at Oxford for their f"-' tirst and only League victory away from home. This win 13 :V was the more gratifying hecause Varsity was forced to play W .1 the entire second half with "lied" Bolton Out on fouls. Dick V' Bryant replaced "Red" and the team kept right on going, WJ'-,ll shattering 1li:uni's illusions ahout the Red and Black being 3 ,411 a "one man" team. The Bearcats ontclassed the Big Red lx in in the opening stanza and led 94-I0 at the intermission. P5 .il This lead was more than enough to withstand Aliainiis 71 4 desperate attempt to come hack in the closing period. Dan '35, Early dropped six field goals from all angles to lead both K W1 - teams in scoring. I 'R , The last faint hopes of another Buckeye title vanished Ax 1 'V K when the Denison Baptists defeated Voach Chambers' charges . 1 , Q9-2-L in the second meeting hetween the two teams. The 'fe ' Denisonians played a marvelous hrand of haskethall and .ull clearly deserved the victory. Cincy held a slender 11-10 L 3" lead at the half. hut the visitors douhled their score in the Q' 'T Q second stanza hefore ti. if was able to tally again. The locals Q ' ' were utterly uuahle to get going in the last period. Varsity X ',,"' IIIZIITE' only seven field goals. hut caged ten free tlu'ows. Holton . 1 T was iigh scorer with nine markers. li. 'Q' Following the Finals of the Tri-State Tournament. the ,". Bearcats took on the Y. M. t'. A. Wildcats and sent Coach .M Richardson's hoys hack down-town smarting under a -L0-39 ', 4 defeat. The garlic was rather listless despite the close score I,-7' and proved costly to Varsity as Dick Dial suffered a rih is . injury that put him on the shelf for two weeks. Bolton got ,"'-1 - hack to normal on the offense with 19 tallies. while Blehl l' "-' looked like his old self when he replaced Dial. 9 rj! Athens was the scene of t'incy's last game on a foreign . court. In this tilt Ohio Il. ohtained sweet revenge for the V' .' defeat suffered in Vincinnati earlier in the season. Lf C. i, V held a slight lead throughout most of the first half which was k".' slow and poorly played. hut Ohio drew away in the final -of stanza to win Citi-29. Tvitll Dial on the sidelines. the play ,. X. ,ii of the Bearcats lacked its customary dash and when Bolton 1 and Meyers were ejected on the team's chances of victory ' ,X were further reduced. Holton hagged live haskets and three ' A fouls hefore leaving the game and seemed in for a hig night. Lt FRQWZ I-lisl 13 points were easily the hest individual scoring eliort EARLY Y., of t me game. K " -.--ff' '.."-.Vv"'f" 'Y tr' ' "1'1FIHr""'fa-:rv1f"" " E4 ' i 'Ii' -iw-ls,f"3 fx 7. .kj Jvfi- 1,j','r t.sv:'xs.fI'iD:QLp'S ' ' 'E -l ' W- -i H'-e' Lis '.'A. ' .4--. .k5'.l-!A'- 'lin .I..l.L I.4A.n...4-L ...lf-. ..,- ,- NJ US tra' fi HJ lzrgi L . ' I 6. rhw .Ji if'fl My ' l Qi! VA. ' fs . lit LI' l 'if' . tif 'iii I Pi. IW V - :SH lg .fl in hr! --eg. .dy we I Ill dt ,X U7 ' F31 hw J l 1 it YA fs' ft l'l . s .01 wr! +L-l V' v, mv r. H1 F "4 ..-j' if: 'cs A F3 tl t Fil V: Q 5 1 .G xr 137 I I' ,na A. 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Both teams appeared "stale'A and were way 05 in their shooting. xi'lf3'i Miami held a slim lead throughout most of both periods. The Bearcats spurted into a 11-10 lead at the half, but this l bug vanished again soon after the second stanza got under way. 5 'gf At one time in the final half, Dliami held a six-point lead, but this was cut to three points with less than two minutes 'thi to play. Bolton crashed through with a timely i'bunny" at this point and then, with -L5 seconds to go. Captain Jonah 'xpfll Mehl closed his career in appropriate style by sinking a long one for the points that gave the Red and Black a 23-Q2 victory. l. . Bolton and Franz led the scoring with nine and seven points respectively but it was Mehl's last minute shot that seemed to count for more than all the other baskets made in the game. Sid Meyers also sang "his swan song" in impressive fashion. At the banquet in honor of all the winter sports teams BEARCAT POINT SCORERS Captain Jonah Mehl, Richard Bolton, Richard Bryant, Player and Position Game Ggals Fouls Points lk J Richard Dial, Blilton Dine. D. Elden Early, Richard Bolton C 18 91 67 Q49 L gg . v , Y - , . h . ....... , . . . . . i Franz. Sidney Dley ers, George heumarlx. and Richard D131 F' y I A 17 46 18 110 gui . Cunningham, manager, were awarded basketball letters. Meyers GU A' 18 42 18 102 pg? To Dick Bolton went the honor of captain next year's Eafly 'i'i " 16 37 13 8,7 ffigj court team. Both Bolton and Bleyers were placed on Mehl ' F "ii ' ' 17 33 19 85 fi? 'l the second All-Buckeye team selected by the coaches of DiDe'G "" " 16 Q1 7 49 fad six schools. lNIehl and Bleyers are the only letter men Frank ' 'A AA 17 15 15 45 'C j. 4 who will be lost by graduation. Brvalit ' ' A ' ' H 1 Q 4 lei' The Varsity Reserves, coached by Harvey Hessler, Mins F 'A 1 Q 0 4 played a short schedule of six games in addition to scrim- Disergns' A"' A ' 3 1 0 Q i, fa' maging nightly with the regulars. The Reserves gave a Grasfedgr ' ' ' ' 1 1 0 Q if good account of themselves and were awarded minor Neumark' F ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 0 Q ,ri"4':g, sport letters at the end of tl1e season. Those so honored Eervers "" ' ' 1 0 1 1 lg? l, were Robert Ahrens. Ralph Diserens, YVillard Gervers. Sachs 6 ""' ' ' 1 0 0 0 C. M. Happ, Frank Johnson. and Richard Joyce. ' """ ' ' Q91 160 ,HQ yt. J- 5 , fn 1 V+". R so -+ ww Aki! wg 4163 J? Qi ggi. el mf A .wi li 551 4 I val. 'lg v 'll L' l . -- l il? 'Ali was me VII? . px. Cunningham Diserens Neumark Dine Chambers, Coach ' f Meyers Bolton Mehl. Capt. Dial Early if Y oi - .",V t-:F 5, ', -.f 1 , 2 ,Akin AA 1,v-1,-1"'1'+", - J -' ff YAiT"J",,?"'Tf"ffA'1f7-54f."'iAiAf'jt?l:iit"R""J'fm, fd N9 47.1..."'fJL:lf'.'.' 'r 5f.'.'vj.:A5- ff Cell-..." ' 1 x -,Si 11.11."..rf.lQ2'iI.cs.s:s'k'i'jl 351. 99 A - Z , 2- i A' A ga DEDHCQATHQN JOSEPHINE P SIMRALL and the Women ofthe University we dedicate this volume We feel that Miss Simrall represents the embodiment of that spirit of woman- hood and all the attendant ideals for which the women of the University are to be commended. It is to that spirit and to those ideals that we dedicate this, the thirty-fourth volume of f Q 0 X 'C' 6 r ,. -':'12-,.:AHL -:.':.....-::':':-5:--':-f-"""'P an v ,,. B- - W T0 ik "THE CINCINNATIANH SNK' Af W K it p . :X-It C w, Ai. 152354331 1i6Z1l?fifff1E.fQgE'.f fff fl R U X N fNlQS.'Lf:T9.HOWE?E5o .ii r J 1 rig-,l Baseball . if .N L, A , L ' lx' Hill if . . IP T lf! 'A . --QV T 1 lg 14 if -.QA ,rg . 'fx as -. f T , F 'ii ll,-El -5 A 7, l V I 2. 'Z -"' -' 'A ' ff", A rr I . v, fc ' ' . T .1 5 1 , L.: I il if l Lffjfip f ,r 2 5 .f t ' L, "' 'AQ' "f "' ,Will 1,4 52" . V7.-3 S ' f If Q " As l A A . ' N 4 , V 'EM if .0 l !: 'lil ' l 9 ,I YA K 7 lx l ml Ley 9 ' W il kg., Q1 P 'il if 1, L I f-.J COACH ,Ig 1 ly. Cincinnati's 1926 baseball season was not the howling success that most U. C. fdiamond campaigns are. Coach tg' 1 , phambers boasted the hardest hitting combination in the Buckeye Association as well as a team that usually held its own YYZ41 , L iv! in fielding, but the failure of the P1tCl1iHg staff to live up to expectations resulted in the ball tossers winding up the season I 'Lp ,fl wit a 500 average. , P' M A up The season might well be called a 50-50Qone in every respect. The Bearcats Enislled third in the B. A. A.. Winning 'Kali .E fl ', firfe and losing Eye of their 10 games with other teams in the loop. They played live college teams outside the Association, KD :L al fl winning two, losing two, and tying one. In four practice games with local amateur teams, the Red and Black also broke Q even. , l ' H ' ' -- M W vo " 1 J' 'J if Mg l :fn , , 1 z T ul X . g L1 A 4, S , i ef- Ii l ,L 4 Y' 'Y I l "lt l , i' 11 1' . 'fi n Ie! ujrql . ' 'T Ms . ,P Y? I 1' li? if fill A r' .4 1 I s 1 .4 ,', . l ' f V I ' 0' FS l V ,' Y -A' . X , .fl PM 'M 'l l 'T p ll -A x. 'y N 1 ' ,IAQ . ' .pw ' ff' ALLEN, Vuptnin, '26 M.-xrrrz. Captain '97 F . Q.. K Ll YAY 1 YY? , Y L V ' D 1 r :' H, T s .7 fi,-,' me e cis-Img F 1' "riff, -v -f ff f ,af :fs Sizes :ef .- T T .. . - - - . . ew- -. .' - + :-fwfr Las, ln. L.. V 100 V .. W, f"'Ii'i'Y'.': , Nnwff' . A -hx -k- 1 A . . . 'i-- ----W-'-g,---iifgfv-1'3gQ:'pQ 'Y' T vmfn, nlifii i' i. ..... if -Hifi, 1 1 Sn., Qiggv ,, ' 1 ,.. H, ,7:.+?.,'.,.r Y, '. ' flea Hi:n'ae.a2e '.ffz-niggaz. of is 1 .1 s vista.. me-1-1-'-:iw.fag-sofa.-:fi 7,1 In their league games the U. C. diamond artists trounced .1 ' ' both Denison and Wittenberg twice, divided their two games TQ'- ' with Ohio U. and suffered double defeats at tl1e hands of 4' ,F both Miami and VVesleyan. The Oxford school won the 1 fy! 'L 'F F Buckeye title, losing only one of her ten games. while Wesleyan 5 ,il EJ finished second with seven victories in 10 starts. Ohio, iY"Y'4 ' i ' . . Denison and Wlittenber finished behind Cincinnati in that ' A 1 -w,..J- . 5 ati, I , U f' "' order. -. gl B13 ,N l A Cincy's most noteworthy victory of the season was a , ' 1. ' ' e , ' Y 10-7 triumph over Ohio State. the first win over the Columbus i L " ' 'C ' school in years. In their. other intercollegiate games. the ififjf Y' r Y ,A 1- ' ,P A Bearcats broke even with hlarietta, lost to Dayton, and played v ya A , a scoreless tie with Kentucky State. In practice games lk.-sq' Q -N " .. with amateur nines in Cincinnati, the Red and Black easily ' gvl '7, V . defeated the Cincinnati Stock Exchange, divided two contests l ,ff A . V Tiff" with the Siebler Tailors and lost to the Comellos. t.he world's ,fb '- 'Q' " t ' QE amateur champs. X A ' ' if 1 The season opened with a seven-inning practice tilt with 'Y' ' 5 il Ev' 014220-" the Sieblers, Varsity coming through to a 13-3 win in a weird ' 0 N game. Ohio C visited Carson Held a week later and carried il off an 8-5 victory, when Jack Sweeney, Bobcat slabman. ,' " .. ' . held the Bearcats to Eve hits, four of which were made by Captain Allen. Sloppy work by the Ohio infield enabled L 5 I 4 Cincy to score five times and make the score fairly close. ll' e i331 Varsity's first game on the road was played at Lexington, r"' 71 4 . Ky., and resulted in a 10-10 tie with Kentucky State, play W f, i Q f Vi , being stopped by darkness in the tenth inning. A home 3,31 F 1 2 run by Allen in the ninth frame saved his team from defeat. ' 1 , ' ' The following day the U. C. nine returned home and admin- F5- Pi, " istered a 15-2 defeat to lvittenberg. George Markle hurled ' ' line ball and was aided by errorless support. The Lutherans ' 3 M EARLY on the other hand spilled six errors. FRANZ 1, If fr . Y . X , : 1 Ohio VVesleyan's diamond squad was the next attraction at Carson Field. The Bishops scored an easy 13-6 victory fll. lg 1 over the locals. finding Turrel and Markle for 1-1 hits and being aided by eight Cincy misplays. The Bearcats reached the Lvl lg' peak of their game in the clash with Ohio State. a, four-run rally in the eighth enabling the Chambersmen to finish onthe lfql lu . long end of a 10-7 count. Homers by "Eth" Allen, "Pete" Lothes, and Clarky Valentiuer featured the game. Valley's com- l. K H11 ing with two on in the lucky eighth. I ffiufi A two-day trip to Granville and Delaware resulted in a 7-0 win over Denison and a tough 6-5 defeat by lrVesleyan. Htl' Y ki gl "Red" Hart hurled a great four-hit shut out against the Baptists, while the Red and Black were nosed out by the Bishops Lg A 5. in the tenth inning after tying the count with two runs ln the ninth. Allen was the batting ace of the trip with five bingles "y l,-4 I in 10 trips to the plate. .ff gl A return game with Denison proved easier than the first encounter, Markle pitching the team to a one-sided 13-3 K ,J win. CliH' Burbank was the "big noise" with the willow collecting fotu' hits in four times at bat. Another two-day trip followed the second Denison tilt, the Bearcats playing Ohio U. and Nlarietta on consecutive days at Athens and Marietta. f .Qi A fine two run rally in the ninth enabled the Red and Black to gain a 6-5 decision over the Bobcats thus avenging the defeat .Ui sa y 1 administered by them earlier in the season. The Marietta game was also salted away, U. C. finishing on the long end of f- 1 l a 10-4 score for her third victory in three days. Turrell pitched 'due ball. 'fy ,- llgf Varsity's longest game of the year was an 11 inning tussle with VVittenberg at Springfield. Errors again killed the ' M ,fr fl Lutherans' chances of victory, nine errors helping Cincy score runs in the seventh, eighth, and ninth frames to tie the score in' 'V' 49' and two in the eleventh to gain an S-6 triumph. T V' ttf ' P 41 ' i ri "s U' . . in ' 1 if rj -1 1 N le- ls 2? EL , 11,62 A I . y lc: w " 'N' ' A -. .4 Mx ' 1 WU! , ,, h . is 1 WT - l' 1 I I l it lf' 41 lift. 'nn N , i lfffg 'i V A lsvf I rn W hifi V P" --Sl is 1 'lift FK i I 'f '1 1 cg I by , .frll 1 ' -......- 3 I 1 .. , .ty 'M' 'i'f"-'iii'-v-wY7f-rv-Cixi?-iivrfi j, ,"'f"'! ,V "7"1"rFi' i -v-v--5-4-'ffffw--5-l, 151.7 vf ,L f-' f , 'Clwf 'ci 'kwa rx Y , iw 'g 'Z-v ,- 'I '. " ,' fleas-Qaillmfla. tSf.ie.afiQA-ffl... ff". S ag-.'f1. 1 -:af-f2.M:2':c+1 101 .V ., Y 1 sr--1sf'sGff1f -s is f'?fs'fPi" 7' fi V7 ?"'Tf"""fPf This wi- e ' ' ' YIM' 1?-S5 I: f2LQli73f??fL1QX . .ef Q1 9 lf' U N55 T l 1 N Nz.,fC9l.N33.'lIi'qQF4fg jev.,.'?.1Lf:U T' l lug . 5 l l 4 ' , lla .A I l 8 I 7' 1' 'J rn 'i l gt' i :A l ll" l Fil - X 51141 I 4 1 nf v4 1 w ' f A l ,' Fill rs ! 4 ' fd .ei ll' 7 , 5' W 1 W N 1 r , 1134 3 CLAS ist! ll J' The first clash with Miami took place in the Nippert Stadium and resulted in an .11-S win for the Big Red. An epi- ' I demic of home runs by the visiting nine caused Cincy's downfallg five four base swats being sufficient to overcome the handi- . Q " cap of seven Miami errors. I' 'lr The Dayton Flyers were the next team to defeat the Bearcats, winning a wild game at Dayton, 1-1-7. On Decoration . A 'P-,,'f3! Day a makeshift team represented U. C. at Oxford, losing 10-9 on a muddy field, the game being stopped by rain in the t ga' f l QT seventh stanza. A misunderstanding resulted in Dial, Feiler, Martz, and Otterbem failing to make the trip and their " . I ' ,ij absence undoubtedly cheated the Bearcats out of a victory as Miami was fortunate to nose out what was left of the team 4 i f if by one point. ' 1 F 'i Cincinnati closed her college season by losing a free-scoring, listless game to Marietta, 10-S, on Carson Field. On ' 4 Homecoming Day, the Comellos, who now hold the world's amateur championship, displayed their wares against Varsity ' iq - 4, and proved good enough to capture an interesting game, S-6. The last two games of the season with independent teams ihgi. .9111 resulted in a Q-9 victory over the Stock Exchange nine and an S-G defeat at the hands of the Sieblers. 47,45 5 . "M On the season, the Bearcats scored 173 runs to 137 for their opponents: an average of almost two more runs a game. 'gg' ' It They led the B. A. A. in batting with a team average of 316, a single percentage point above the champion, Miami team's ,sf-Ag .y :fx 1 average. Further. the three leading batters of the .Association were all wearers of the Red and Black. fa. ffl!! Dick Dial led the league with a mark of A55, being followed closely by "Eth', Allen with .-L-17 and Milt Turrell with 'SIM If ' 34 i-129.1 Dial dldl noti play regularly till after mid-season, but he made five hits in 11 attegnpts in the league games in which F M4 ie p ayec . en rove out Q1 safeties in -L7 tries and Turrell made Good 17 times in -L trips to the plate. . l V Il ' . . . . D . . f 5 The team was well fortified in all except battery positgops. pk, i - The regular outfield was composed of Captain Ethan . en H I ,rfg and Jiiiimy Strand, veterans, and Harry Elmore, a new man. 'JI 1 19.15 Cliff Burbank, a sophomore, and Pete Lothes, a, letterman g ' ,5'd' ll, of several years ago, proved capable subs. On the.1nfield. "lt Clarky Valentiner held down the initial sack, "Doi Seller iq, I continued as guardian of the keystone sack, Bi 1 artz I 4 cavorted at the hot corner, and "Hask" Feiler performed at Qld.. 5 " 1 short. All four of these men were veterans. i ' l - 1 5'i-fit' The catching department proved Coach Chambers chief l cl' vfxlf worry. A successor to Bill Bradford was extremfly to V fl! 1 find and no less than five men donned the winepac Je'ore L!! .FXI1 the Varsity mentor hit upon Dick Dial as the solutipln to his l I! g 7 problem. "Sunny", occupied the role of ffeneral ntl ity man if liiffjl and "rode" the bench while Charley Vanene, Clare Routsong. X ,ly-l i Guy Vanderhoof, and Clem Otterbein were trying their hand 7 I behind the plate with indiderent success. Dick proved to be fx" X L-yfl just what the doctor ordered when he finally got his chance. 1 Qt? ' The pitching staff was composed of veterans. George , 1,4 ilxlq Markle and "Red" Hart and a new man. Milt Turrell. This Q 1 vii" trio was very erratic. turning in several good games. but hp' p 1711 44,1 many more that were not so good. The work of Hart was .3 ,fa especially disappointing as big things were expected of the af, fs bespectacled hurler. Two other moundsmen, nbtumpy '- il ,+-JN Fischer and Jimmy Swing. started off as if they were going X , 'ft 'N 7 4 to win places on the team, but failed to continue their good -' 'N i ' f Q work. Q A . N' Only eight men received letters at the spring sports P 'E lqft " banquet. Hicliard Dial missed his by two innings. Bill A L ' Martz. diminutive third sacker. was elected captain for 1997. IJ. ? ' 1 Allen, Keller, Markle, Strand and Valentiuer played their lx 1 , .it VALENTINER last year of Varsity baseball. DIAL l .i ,Z jp "qi -is l K HN A- --Y V .' 'fy Y -e v 7-wg I -3 YYil'Li:l,"'f' 's - 2Y1W.'4y'yy -f - 5?'1 , A .V , , , . , 1 II' h 1 X , n Q. ?-nike -5, J: .Hv.L'- 1'l?'.'2:'4.,iJbE'?L443iL. 5- dxf-'zglffffh Zi..-4 109. , 1 x. . V x if l T' -- ,, -- 27 ' Li5gTQa2fx?zrnT,iA:fr:g1,x+Y,T , ,F YQ ii?iT1i::1i '," ii"'fLT'Q 'L :glfuz ,,Y, ,Y Wvwilnl-Ltrirf Aw Y . . 1 vu l ' 'V I 1 Y54,:1,V'v,dr 1 V W er-gf 5 1 xv le r jlQyr 2'.sL-..kY"7'fiiX fgwifi- kwzeffig-,+-1 4 l l F1373 e 1 , ,ll r Q21 'fs' 1 l P- 4a NU n Ur I viz gil xr hy? I ri ,GJ eff l rw' l 'Q 'J' 4 l Q ll L . f' .H 1 l . -. ' l 227.1 HOFFMAN NICLAIN li' W l ,Qian ,Q .ij :gf I N V 4 Tu 3 gl BASEBALL LETTERMEN, 'Q6 Lal rl , elif Ethan Allen George Blarkle -WSJ 1 '-. . 'ff , Clifford Burlvauk YYillian1 llartz :IK '11 1 r .' X594 Harry Elmore James Strand Lfid AE liljll George Keller C lark Yalentiner 4 f - L! rag rf! lug gl, is ll , J1 lill ' ' Q ,,1 3: 33. l Fi?-Z H xl . 35,11 'lrmf Em l wif '75, lap' fail L if We ' I H 1 . w fvfgf faq l pn N If? W 4:3 Ma -yn ri, f 43 yr 4 l Wi 'Vx -YYY YW Y Vfiii THE 19Q6 BASEBALL SQUAD I ' l V 1 1 i-rzrraa r agm a mar r rr r W , L 4 9 r f1fifAf'fT'5':"""'W '."' l.fV"'-' ' f"-l 'F' ' I, ' f!f"'7" ' "'.,"'TWi " - " .."'. " T'--'i -5' ' 'll ,i1'5flfli2if4'Qf4l5Q15ffifQ1!5- -.1-5' 'L-1 3-'T' 15-53'L+ll"?'i-73h L r-'i .1-"fl 3 QQ-Jffif ifi?9L'll L.,- X-. 103 lv gt x. 55223:-s f v I' . Lf? " .l' . L,. l"'i fir +1 rat Y .fl Vyl 5' v. v .J .hh 5"-' i,--.Q In K Ki! 3. rag. QM1- hi '.A,. -Fifi o 44 . !'l"'j +15 f,"sy l-,fi ' 1 fa, vf- f fjwi x if' 5,5 fi 'l lffw 1,22 l,-Mi kj fi , 1 14 .L V4 1 44 'Q : ul LW 'i I nhl ll., 1-vi-4 l I 'fi F'- ri if 1--1 Y: .l i . . + .L 7 .J ri' 1 ' xl ll Ng, . "fr lb ' 'A . 4 ,' 1. : l V J - 1 gl -1 7 ' 7:7-'gi wr- qv-' uv- v -I Q',:yf'-123351 1 is '- - 'N '- -' ' Q , x f x i 1 x l . A NU iq:-LI-:Cgt:qAf1if:7x:g5J,L. 1. 4 l iT1"1'TJ f I lrack 51 I . . . . I An exceptlonally strong track team at Miami last year prevented the Bearcat squad -941 from ranking as a top-notcher in Ohio collegiate circles, but the fact remains that Coach fr? , ,fj ' 5' . M'cLaren's 1996 cinder-path team was one of the best ever turned out at L. C. The Bear- ,,A, 1 cats were well fortihed in almost all departments and made an excellent showing. They V , Ig-L " won four of their Hve dual meets, placed third in the B. A. A. meet, and fifth in the Ohio 'Pg ' "'332e: Conference meet. . 1' j bqvu j ig, ' The team s greatest strength was mamfested in the dashes, distance runs, broad jump, lycli I Q. . and discus. In the 100 and Q20, Ethan Allen and Ralph Bennett proved themselves capable iffgl ,-Q ' of stepping with the best of them. ffnfortunately their good work was largely nullified by ,JV a s the phenomenal sprinting of Tom Sharkey, Bliami star. Captain George Hilker and Ed 7,71 Q, , 1 . Wilson formed another stellar pair in the two mile, but here again Miami turned out a crack ' A 1 . V. , -.....s1s... u 2 . plvp runner, W eaver Emery. whose work overshadowed that ol the Bearcats. Hilker set a new "" Varsity record of 9:56.65 in this event. - ---. . . sf-f f' . 1 . . .. . . . , .. Bill Dunkman, Clarence Galhmore and sometimes Ed Wilson carried Y arslty s colors 3 1 ,WL in the mile and did consistently good work in that event. In the broad jump, "Eth" Allen , was undefeated all year. He established a new school record of 22 ft. 725 in. in this event. ln jd Wi" -fa Ralph Bennett and Allen Stone also did well in the broad jump in several of the meets. Allen 'gh' was also Varsityls strongest entry in the discus. He twice broke the record in this event, 41' "'- his best effort going 192 ft. 7 in. "Red" Bolton and Bob Bladdux were also capable per- ., 9 formcrs in the discus. ,' ' i The team was well represented in most of the other events. Bolton was outstanding 6.3 in the shot put. with Lee Grasfeder and Bob Sachs also competing. Grasfeder, Bolton, and 1,4 Maddox took care of the javelin throw. Snooks Hyer, lVes Schmid, and Lee Davis carried feat COACH MCLAREY Varsitys colors in the pole vault. while Allen and Stone were the regular entries in the high K, A A A jump. Stone and Bob lvettengel represented the Red and Black in both the high and low f hurdle races. In one meet Stone tied the Varsity record of 0:26.S in the 220-yard low hurdles. y Glenn Biggs and Bill Hammelrath were the team's best bets in the 440, while Norman Bukey and Ran Emig occupied U ' similar positions in the 880, although Bill Dunkman also did well in the half when he chose to run it along with the mile. '-1 Biggs, I-Iammelrath, Bukey, Emig, Jesse Cobb, and Paul Wilson formed a sextette of runners from whom Coach McLaren QI usually picked his relay team. On one or two occasions Allen and Bennett ran in this event. L In addition to the men mentioned so far, the following placed in one or more meets, but were not regulars on the team: 'gl George HoHman, mileg Orville Locklen, mile and two mileg Dick Bryant. high jumpg Carl Rivas, shot putg Frank Dost, F rj Javelin. Eleven members of the squad were veterans, the rest were new men. The "vets" included Captain Hilker, Allen, '-0-,i Bennett, Bukey, Cobb, Dunkman. Grasfeder, Hammelrath, Hyer, Schmid, and Ed Wilson. 'ft ' As usual, the Ohio Relays at Columbus marked the opening of the season for the Bearcats. Coach McLaren took three rl 'I relay teams to the meet and also entered Allen and Bennett in the open 100-yard dash. Schools from all over the country competed in the Relays and the Ohio schools didn't have much of a "look-in." Varsity's 880-yard relay team composed ' kk' of Cobb. Biggs, Allen, and Bennett, ran third in this event for the only place the Bearcats secured. Miami and Ohio ,ga Wesleyan were the only other Ohio teams to place in the meet. which attests the caliber of the other teams that were entered. I -sq Cincy's first dual meet was with the Central Y. M. C. A. and resulted in a '76-54 win for the Bearcats. Both teams gn' were allowed. an unlimited number of 'entries and Coach Mc.Laren'took advantage of this to 'give his .entire squad a chance PI' to prove their ability. Y arsity won eight ol the 1.5 events, including the relay and also carried off nine second places. In J,,.' the 2510 and two mile all three places went to U. C. Ethan Allen with the modest total of QQ points was the leading scorer I - jj of the meet. "Eth" won the 220, discus, and broad jump, tied for Hrst in the high jump, and ran second in the 100. I 'Yi The Antioch College tracksters were C incy's second victims, voinff down by the one-sided score of 105 1,16-Q5 516. Like "- the "Y" meet, this alfziir was run off on the local track. U. Cdivonbevery event except the -110 and high jump, placed at i east two men in every event. and in the 100, mile, 220, and shot put captured all three places. Allen affain was a high-poinl 1 V man, tirsts in the 100 and broad jump and seconds in the discus and high jump netting him 16 poinzfzs. Red Bolton won the shot put and discus and took a. second in the javelin for 13 points. Allen Stone finished first in both hurdle races and ' ,f , Bill Dunkman won the half and the mile. i The Bearcats most gratifying performance of the season was their work in the Denison meet at Granville. Coach ,Gil McLa1'cn's charges carried off a 0.9-GQ victory after one of the bcst and most closely contested meets on record. It was f N31 the first time Cincinnati had beaten Denison in track in nine years. Only four men competed in each event, two for each N?-Nr. team. The Bearcats took eight firsts, and same number of seconds. They also placed two men in eight of the events and took both first and second in the 100, 220. and two mile. The meet was nip-and-tuck until the completion of the two mile y -fd and broad jump. The result of these events cinchcd the meet for Cincinnati. J . A first in the broad jump and seconds in the 100, Q20 and high jump enabled Allen to once more top the rest of the Q4 team in scoring. Bennett with victories in the 100 and 220 and Bolton with a first in the shot put, second in discus, and , ' third in the javclin were also well up in the scoring. Other tirsts in the meet were won by Dunkman in the mile, Grasfeder ill 1 in the javelin, Bukey in the 880, and Captain Hilker in the two mile. Heinricks starred for Denison. winning both hurdle utr 43 races. f - 1 Coach lNIcLaren's cohorts hung up their fourth straight victory a week later in a meet with Ohio U. on Carson Field. The score was 99-32 with the Bearcats winning every event but the high jump and placing two men in all except the shot F, put. The team was without the services of Ethan Allen, who was out of town with the baseball nine. In his absence, ' X , Allen Stone carried off high scoring honors. "Ackie" won the two hurdle races and placed second in both jumps, gving him a total of 16 points. Ralph Bennett with ljrsts in the 100. 220, and broad jump was right behind Stone. George ,ttyl Hilker's time of 9257.6 in the two mile set a new varsity record in this event. Dunkmanys time of 4:3-1 in the mile was i1 also noteworthy, being the best Il lf. C. miler has done for many a day. l ti . "'- H ost- ' is 1 ,gl . ' '- i f at Q fs' 17 as ...1-1, sniff-.A-fqeiiefal ' . "Qi -"', ,I - -f-Q. . v -'vv 3, '- ,- ' '- , '13 'A 'i' --I F 'tkur l..?"3B.s, 4 'm'at,f4i,g.g" . I Amin, WT. v .WK I J V 104 .-..-iv... F7 g H Y'--" .. ...wt I 'LTY4 lrlffffi , 7 ""' 77' " 'f f M4 M ""' W f""" ' Z ' "J ' ' h Y A - np! Q Tr' fvrv Y ,i "-Ti' ' "uf" '-'W' 1 Y, 1 P' 'in' :lu kv- vfjvi, gig: -,tyw 11.1 K Us g.'er4t?s.fQ:g7",-s3z..'Qfz. .. Jw 4- 1 M 1 M- N X1 wx. H. ?5.f.1'..n.fffZc'Cf-1 Q I .Miami's stellar track team proved the classiest opposi- , tion the Bearcats were called upon to face all season. so 9' ' classy in fact that they handed Cincy a 792i-51232 defeat in 3 ,my . .f 1 5 f their annual meet at Oxford. In 12 of the 15 events the 1. , ,LQ 1 times and distances were better than those made in the meet 1 F.. ff the previous year. Miami won 11 of the 15 events, includ- r y. . N, - ing every track event but the mile. The only Bearcats to " 'X' f ,N Q ' 1 j ' win firsts were Bolton in the shot put, Dunkman in the mile, ' is ' 1 and Allen in the discus and b1'oad jump. "Eth" lining up phuupp 2. T V l quu it yr. M qt- Vjq. new Varsity records of 121 feet 5 inches and 22 feet '71-Q gif.. .Q ' H 4 ' " '1" 'f inches reSpectivelY in these last two events. Bolton's heave ,X " r' pf A ' A of 40 feet 1 inch in the shot put was also noteworthy. -S Pg "4 . ' In addition to victories in the discus and broad jump. y L11 5 ' , l A Q Allen ran second in the century giving hin1 13 points for the -A gf '- .1 Q? Q best individual total of the meet. Tom Sharkey, Nfiami BAN J! ' A Hash, shared the spotlight with Allen. Sharkey won both -" i V'-61' Ii the 100 and QQO in the remarkable times of 0209.9 and 0:21.6, ' .. ' Wleaver Emery clipped off the two mile in 9:5-L.-1, beating f lf. " 61 1 f' Hilker for George's first defeat of the season. In the pole S- -' lf:-341 J vf 1 T 2 vault "Snooks" Hyer forced Mills of Bliami to break the 'ffjfi . Miami record to beat him. lNIills vaulted 11 feet 9 inches. ,Q Cincinnati finished behind Miami and Ohio Wesleyan 2:5 fi -41 , 5. ,QL in the B. A. A. meet which was held on Carson Field. Miami "" I "1 'l .N , ., . ,N 4 I, I , continued to show marked superiority and ran up S5 points 5 ' "'i-- lfril l 4. in this meet as compared to 5112 by Wesleyan and 48 by llfifw 7 ' U. C. Denison scored 31 points. Wlittenberg -1-5 53, and Ohio Mtg ll ' W L' U. 2. NIiami won all the track events and the shot put I J 9 1 and placed both her entries in 11 of the events. Of the 'iii E ,1 ' .1 Q 31 events lVIiami failed to win, Wesleyan and Cincinnati cap- Ei? I . Q. C' tured two apiece and Denison and VVittenberg tied for the 'af 'L 5 ' sw' W f' other one. ' Y, 1 'QI V V ' I in 4 V' sf' I . x. Ai HILKER, Captain, ,26 ' BENNETT, Captain, '27 1 l 'nz W Ethan Allen was responsible for Cincy's only firsts, winning both the discus and broad jump. In the former event ' I he again set a new Varsity record, hurling the platter 129 feet 7 inches, more than a foot farther than the mark he had set l H , the revious week. "Eth" ran second to Sharkey in both dashes, giving him a total of 18 oints in the meet. Bolton, P P ,I Q with seconds in the shot and discus, turned in the second best performance of the Bearcats. Hilker made Emery step the Ai ' 3" two mile in 9:50 to win that event, but no other Varsity entry finished better than third. Bennett placed in both dashes, i 4' however as did Dunkman in the mile, Bukey in the 880, Stone in the low hurdles, Wilson in the two mile, and Grasfeder 1 "' . ,px . Y in the javelin. Cincy's relay team ran third. QQ if J 1 fl' "" X-ii l . ill! , '44 1 ,fn . I W , ra- 'ffl N l if-'f Y V" af' .tif . ggi V36 it ' 'i in , i r A 15. I bg' . N' 3 M1 , I 1 1 V 4 Li' ll ye FYQ4 I ff," Lg l 'ffl "Ti l 49 E 1 Qs Q 531- icytii 5 1 1 H 1 : 'L Jiri: 1 l I. A BENNETT BREAKS THE TAPE! i g I ' ' -M....-n...n,.,. - , , ..,,, ,W 'V 1- nn ' F' ,P 1 ff, 'V K- xr. i kv I fl .tj fire. 44251- me '.gg,.Q.fz5fa.'H:P3:'-.Egg ff fini-1.5 1 '?k-.'.Qfi..S?L- 5 ,1m:Qs.Q-5-+.s?z-. 105 - ,Lf ,, ,.-,...1.vt I ,xys . 4 ' C2 J " ff U ' ' P ii! l 5 5 l -l.e!l- L-iff' F-v-,...-fflw aj' YYY 71 A ' I .Tu ' l te' 'ol Sf' l 5 J 1 f " -v s 1 l I y i rf. -', 1111 li sf .H yt' . .T 3 ff, l 'J '. l ik- 'll .' '- LKQ v ,' , if 1 AQ . 4 VI' mfs-7 bid I 1 fl A, fr. A. " -'V J CT' if ' ' in---f L-:fi . 2" ,' 'CN . . . . , lf A A lfifaf if, :ZA COBB , STONER 'an' 1 iff! ' 'sa W .,,' The meet was unusually fast and some B, A. A. records were hung up that are likely to stand for years. In the 1OU, L ki. 5 Sharkey tied the world's record of U:09.fi. Emery ran the mile in 1 :Q-L and Miami's relay team made it in 3:25.8, , 53" 7 The track season came to a close with the running of the Annual Big Fir meet at Oberlin. The Bearcats finished fifth f 4 1 fp we in a field of 13 Ohio Vonferenee teams. Miami continued her great work. but was pressed hard by Wesleyan for top honors. ,7 l' Ji. The Big Red team won the meet with 50 points. Wesleyan scored 1-31 3. Vase 33. Oberlin QS. and Cincinnati Q3 with the , K I ' .l other eight schools trailing along he-hind. Miami won only three events-the 100, 220. and low hurdles. hut her entries 7,1 iffy' plaeed in all hut five of the other 12 events. is 2.-3 Pix new C'onfc-renee records were established and one old mark was tied. Sharkey of Miami hung up new marks of , ' I ll 0:0518 and 0121.1 in the 100 and 2220. Byrns of Case high-jumped 6 feet 95 inch for a new record. Johnson of Akron beat Q .W X ' the old pole vault record with a vault of 1Q feet 234 inches, Parsons of Oberlin ran the mile in -L:Q3.8. and Stoughton, Otter- 'rj H f .1 -1 he-in lowered the -H0 mark to 0:4-51.4. Riddle of Miami tied the Big Six low hurdle record of 0:2-1.7. 9.1 l Cincinnati took two firsts in the meet, Allen winning t.he hroad jump with a leap of '22 feet 312 inches and Hilker tak- ifv lf ing the two mile in 91506. still further lowering the If V. record. Bolton placed fifth in both the shot put and discus. Allen It 1 :Mol ran fourth in the 100, Grasfeder took a fourth in the javclin. Bennett finished fifth in the 220, Wilson ran third in the two L 1' J S' mile. and U. C. relay team placed third in the mile relay to account for Cincy's other points. LQ, i 5 Thirteen track letters were awarded at the spring sports banquet held on June 4-. Those receiving the coveted "C" Ink I ji- were Captain George Hilker, Ethan Allen, Ralph Bennett, Glenn Biggs, Richard Bolton. Norman Bukey, William Dunk- Q, 1 man. Lee Grasfeder. William Hammelrath. ltohert Maddux. Wesley Schmid, Allen Stone. Edward Wilson, and William l 41 ff. . Fohlm, manager. Ralph Bennett was elected captain for 1997. The lettermen who were lost by graduation included Hilker, 'CQ Allen. Bukey. Dunkman, hladdux and Schmid. 'lil L" A . . ft if 'ii' ll" 1 . 'Q + l 1' U l'- xl 15.15, rj: il Q, .R 3,441 W ir A lli' f 1 J T .lsr-L ,. 1. V51 Lf! 1, ,1 fgff llff ii llikfv ltr F451 'ef-fl if W Lv ,4 1 GI "i .gl l :Q lffy U 3... X, . V , ,tai l lffy k . rf ,w . ', gl ' x it W 5.71 l 8 , 'Q Viii .l '. Tim 1926 TRACK Tam ph . 'I 1 N1 krl .,"' ,1" 1' i-- -vv ff -vv .Qvemfa-1-v -wvfdiv-ral ' . ' . as 4-.-. ,' " " ,I 5' -. "'n. '. r ,I 5 v ' ' ri 1' ' 7 1 rr X' if 4 -1--1' -f-'X rand. '..m.K"T-s"xli'.: . 'I is xv, 100 'F f 45 ZVXINCT-2, S' C2233 107 A Swimming ijgfya Unlike the Bearcat Basketball team Yarsity's 1097 swimming squad was successful in its efforts to defend the B. A. A. champion- ship which the Red and Black fish won last year. This ycaris team was even stronger than that of the previous season and completely out-classed the rest of the field in the Buckeye meet at Columbus. The team was made up largely of the veterans from the cham- pion outfit of 1920. The experienced "vets,' included Captain George Dunlop in the Q20 and relay. "Art" Fennekohl and George Sower in the 40, 100. and relay, "Gil" Garwin in the back stroke and "Dick" Cragg in the fancy dive. In addition to these men. John Dulweber. who was ineligible last year. and "Dick" Jervis competed i11 the dashes and relay. "Mac" Parker filled the vacancy in the breast stroke event. and Roger Baxter proved a "jack-of-all- trades" competing in the breast stroke. back strokes. and fancy dive. T 'X' s The only blots on the record of the swimmers were two close " defeats at the hands of powerful teams representing Indianapolis - Athletic Club and Indiana Pniversity. These meets came on successive nights at the very start of the season and found the . - Bearcat tankmen in far from top-form. The I. A. C. contest took place at Indianapolis and found Cincy on the short end of a 37-Q9 ag seore. Indiana nosed out the Bearcats the following night at ' '. i Bloomington, 38-31. - 'Q , The team captured only three firsts against I. A. C. and two V' 3 against Indiana, but many seconds and several thirds enabled them . 1 to make their scores close. Parker won the 100 yard breast stroke, 1 l if .J Dulweber the 50 vard dash and the Red and Black medley' relav team 1' U . . . - ' L L Ju! Ji e yfxr me ey re 'ry in ie n xanapo is mee ,J . th 300 . d dl, 1. tl I d l t. , . - - DUNLUP. Captain Ganwix, Captain-Elect At Bloomington, the relay quartet won the 210 yard relay and Dulweber repeated his victory in the 50. Parker was beaten in the Q00 yards breast stroke in this meet for his only defeat of the year. Coach McI,aren's men made their debut in their own pool by beating Michigan State by the same score that they had lost to Indiana. In this meet the locals won the breast stroke and all the free style events, losinff only the back stroke, fancy dive, and medley relay. Ohio VVesh-yan. the only Ohio team on Varsity's tank schedule, took the short end of a 55-11 score in the second meet in the U. C. pool. The Bearcats captured every first place and four seconds. The relay team set a new pool record when they covered the distance in 1:1S.9. D V. Dunlop Garwin Jervis Sowcr Yates Everett Baxter Dunlob. Uapt. Fi-nuekohl Parker Dulweber 1' Li'- 108 v. v ici I - .,..sU-.t..., V Q . - y , llLL53i'?hff ff wil -.gmac igzf, fe E 5 U ss I .i resthng .N 4 ,: . One of thc stiffest schedules ever encountered by a U. C. if X , i team in any sport fell to the lot of the 19227 wrestling squad. A The mat artists engaged in matches with 'Michigan State. ei .:. Purdue, and Indiana in addition to four dual meets with ' X fix ' "" ' w k" B. A. A. teams and the Buckeye tournament at Athens. JU Only one of these eight encounters took place at home. . l 5,4 Baturallvtlie Bearcats were out of their class in the i I 44 meets with Michigan State, Purdue. and Indiana and they I dx . were beaten by one-sided scores. although they made good I yJ Q 5 showings in almost every bout in these meets. They won . '14 L three of the four meets with Buckeye schools and placed 1 5., ' second in the B. A. A. tourney. Ray Cheney. serving his i 5. 'flv j-5: P g first year as wrestling coach, did exceptionally well in devel- I Q oping the material available and his team next year should ""' .IIH I f y w g h g he a much stronger one. - ' " A v- ...-..,,, :il i I Four veteran wrestlers formed the nucleus of the team. K ,..-:-', They were Messu Gorab. in the 115 pound class. Captain f ,gt . " ""l' "-- 5 ' "Cookiei' Benton in 125 pound. George Mitchell in the 158 :gk i ' and Floyd Hinricks in the heavyweight division. New men VI, W' ' Q niho NYfgf1I59gl,llt1l' lgerths we-ri Foulii. in the 135hpound HFNTOXI ,- ' . Y I c ass. . utz in tie 1-L5 anf itney flannery in t e 175. fl' 5 ,jul LHEXEY! Coach Harmon Morcss, light weight. competed in one meet and Captam .L A Charlie Dunlop. welterweight. took part in two. v' ' 4 In tl1e first two meets with Michigan State at East Lansing and Purdue, tl1e Bearcats were beaten 16-1 and Q5-S. Captain Benton won a decision in both meets, while Hinricks gained a decision in the first meet and Gorah won a fall at Purdue. I yy Against Miami at Oxford, Varsity came into her own. winning Q2-3. Butz and Hinricks scored falls and Gorab, ' V Benton. Foulk, and Mitchell received decisions over their opponents. Dunlop wrestling in the light heavyweight division K lost a decision after two overtime periods in the only bout that went against the Bearcats. kfg Benton was the only Bearcat to win this bout in the Indiana meet at Bloomington. The score was 23-Q. A closely 5 , contested meet with Ohio Wleslyan at Delaware went to Varsity, 1612-l-l-lj. U. C. won the lheavyweight bout by forfeit. Lt J. The strong Ohio 17. team handed coach Cheney's pets a QQ-5 set-back at Athens. Hinricks scoring a fall in the lone F .. bout won by U. C. Benton's defeat was his only set-back of the season. The ret.urn meet with Miami resulted in another V V'-M one-sided triumph for the Red and Black, the score was 22-6. F oulk and Mitchell threw their opponents in this meet and E. ,i Gorab, Benton, and Butz won decisions. Hinricks lost a decision and Flannery's bout was called a draw. . In the seasons finale-the B. A. A. meet at Athens-Ohio If. outclassed the rest of the Held and the Bob Cat repre- l sentatives won the championship in every class except the feather weight division. In this weight Captain Benton of the H., 'gf Bearcats successfully defended the title which he won last year, defeating Glass of Ohio in the finals. Glass had previously r 35-1 beaten Cookiehin the U. C.-Ohio meet and had not been beaten all year. Mitchell and Flannery reached the finals of the ,jx tourgey in trliqoi-gr respective X1'6lghtB Eefoie lggngt defeated. Gogzb :vas unabflto competeii irfj the tourney because of an 1n- X- Jure ear. e team scores were io l., g 'incinnati. 173 es eyan, 83 4 aimi. 513,11 enison, -L , 1 ' Captain Cooke Benton, E. 12annery.IMessuCGorab. Floyd Hinricks and George Mitchell were awarded letters at ' the winter sports banquet. inric 's was e ected aptain of the 1928 team. N", V 1 li' . 4 1 iff.-ill Wg. Q' Ax' r ll .', - i ii? 1 -J r , a,fQ,f ru. fb lm, 4 ' f I. wil - 's :Qt-'ig K 1 I r" 'N if? l xr' Uk ,4 . il- V '14 .INR 1511 fl 1 ,r kde? I 11 'Eli r Q ll E 531 OUR GRAPPLERs I lv. " -' --f y rv y 1-h.,.,- ,- ,--, ,.. . . . .,- A . 'J ' V .61,,,,,s...,.v,,,-,.,.:,,.,.,,.,'.i,,. 4 v,, ,ts r1.,.-..,i. A. ' , ,-I N," , 1. ww' llfil !i4i3.'fC':l WV' ""' 4 ' 13511-ff 7 .5 55.5" Q'1-if - 2 CTW f5'."'if?' ,W 4 .1-ni 1" -1- .--,E e.- .- f 1 ",- . . ' V "M , 1 9, 5 I L 1-v ftvl 1 ,4 V,. gist., wade? +L ' 1 " . fi fl YJ4 gays' ,s 'r...,s .... Y gmflf. .' 'i..".-ifi-."' .4 . i 109 K -o 'fiiiiliffirftzj.::",::"...,.-1:-.:2E:::::':::f:- st- ' ' W I 1 l , As an attestation to the spirit of Cincin- nati, and a recognition of those Women whose services to the University are the greater epitomy of that spirit-as a record ofthe varying emotions that come with campus life-and as a service to Cincinnati 4 a Cincinnati that has a spirit, an institution of learning Whose future shall beat out the promise of its past M if all this has been embodied in U the pages of this book, then our purpose ' has been accomplished. X A X X K X Q1 x V 1 ru 93 4' Q I 5' ' lst? L-7 K i A W ! 'viii .-, I . t l --s,.-.- A- A.. .55',X' ..-N r A D E' . i n W, f N l K vu- t , -1-. I . . . Y 'vw' W' t 5 l ' W - ' t r' 'N 1 ' t' W' -v ' ' ' ' 7 s."rf ' ' X' K ' -X--"f-" 1.5 nav, fn. A e 1 -v,vr ve Q'-v. Q -v ' x first ten. ..,.: , ,. ::Q:j..Q V7 ross ountr if-If ,di W' . , , -. .. . . . . I Despite a poor start last fall f oaeh Blktllllll s Y arsity 1-ross country team lhlItlSlll'fl strung and as a result made an excel- E314 lent record on the season. The team broke even in two dual meets. finished fourth in the Ohio ffoiifi-renee nie-3b third Iii in the li. A. A. llH"l'l. and won the Y. BI. C. A, Thanksgiving Day Road Race. inf' Two inemlzt-rs of the team. Vlarenee fiullimore and Captain Fd. Wilson. were rated with the lrest cross eountry men rf, in Ohio l'olleg'iate eireles and the good ref-ord of the Ri-cl and lilac-k was due largely to the great work ot' these two runners. , if tiallimore never Hnishefl lower than second. hut was unfortunate in having to run against the unheatalile lveaver Emery of Miami in three ol' f'ineinnati's five meets. il". I The season opened Oc-toher QS with a defeat at the hands of lliami in a meet at Uxfurd. The seore was l Q3 to 33, Einery earried off the individual honors as expected. with Gallimore and Ykilson placing second and third respec- liVf'lY- The rest oi' the Miami team finished ahead ot' Gay Yanderwork, the third t'. V. man to finish, liowever. gnu 7- I ln the Ohio f,lHIlliP1'l'l'll't' meet the following week at Oxford. Cincy finished fourth, trailing Miami. Wesleyan and YYooster. i The same four men that led the tielil in the If. Celliaini dual meet occupied first four places in this race: Einery and Gal- L14 limore again placed one-two. hut NVQ-her of Miami heat Wvilson out for third. No other Cincinnati man was among the ,ext 4 A- ll.- Un Home fltlllllllg' Day the Bearcat harriers defeated Denison in the only meet held over the Lv. C. course. The score 'A' -J was Q1-3-t with four of Ciney's entries finishing among the first five. Gally won the race easily followed by Wilson. Evans, N of Denison. E. fl-my and Frank Crow. The B. A. A. meet at Delaware found NVQ-sleyan edging Miami out for first place with Cincinnati ranking third. Emery is again was the first man to eross the finish line and again he was followed hy Gallimore. Wilson ran fourth. ir I V As a fitting climax to the season the Bearcats won the team trophy in the X. II. C. Afs annual race on Thanksgiving ' U it Day. Little of Purdue managed to beat Gallimore out of first place hy a matter of inches in a gruelling finish. Both men ' ill hroki- the coiuse record hy more than ten seconds. Two other wearcrs of the Red and Black placed among the first ten. 'lf l Wilsun finishing third with Toy ninth. 1" l .Xt the football hanquet December 13, seven members of the cross country team received their letters. Those su rewarded wer.. Captain Ild Wilson. Frank Vrow. Clarence Gallimore, YYilliam Haminelrath, George Hoffman. E. Toy and Gay Vander- work. All of these men except Wilson and Hoffman will he hack next season. Toy and Crow are Soplloninres and will ' fa: he eligible for two more years, 3 ' tg fqjt QA 3 ' 'W QW' i i,'l1 ex l Fi W . it' In i 1 A 45'- , , "N :ff-It :fl t .' t P ' L-wi ri 'FGIN Lift. r 3 ' 1 Fin 11. N19 i i ' t LI' l Hi ti,-i , - , ,, t -7,1 . ff 'llllli I . V. ll xnnii-:ns . e----if .Q '- V u. ffl ' "'..-- "" ' "" 'T' .'t"' "ii ""' 'wry' "-7 "v'r'1'fV' 'rv 1-'rr-'Yi'fr"i' iv--Is' V ',' if " ,,?"' 'Ax-P ""j 1 'fit . 'Ji' -41 1 2,- S- ffrf ' fy x V 1 in 'i A fl" J- .' ..-. A"3 1-g.t1'.. .K "A1"Ai -f int?-A .si f.! fAi:4'V ,...s . ..,. , gf' 110 Q 4 1 i - f .vf "cv",-Y--. W- -- s 5, .-L-'y-. . ., , L. . -v, L. .. .- W ' 44 5' x R. 3, ll V- Q' IA. ,- I. l i , I-. Y.. , ' A .. - 4- .A , -. A pwi 4 lin' ' 1. -1 H, . ennis ls?- b'v,f Q i,r",l Sweeping all opposition before them. the 1926 Bearcat i , 6 tennis team went through one of the most successful seasons 0 ii4'. ever enjoyed by a C. C. athletic team. The racquet squad 'i'g,.w" won all six of their meets besides copping the Ohio Conference rpg' singles and doubles titles. Five of the six meets won by the Be-are-ats were with "' B. A. A. opponents and Yarsity's perfect record in these A . X' L-,Zi encounters gave her undisputed possession of the Buckeye fir-..': Tennis-championship. Denison. liichigan State. Wesleyan. if ' lm Ja ' 4 'g IW. and 11 ittenberg were the teams to meet defeat at the hands 'W' . . H of the Red and Black. the last two each being beaten twice. " . I . PM . The five men composing the team in the order of their I i v-I I . i if ranking. were Sidney Meyers. Archie McCallum. Captain ,L W J D54 Howard Oexman. Gordon Kieser. and Jonah Mehl. This -A 'A A V ,Li - quintet lost only three singles matches all year and won Q in g A .Qin A every doubles match. Kieser lost to Richardson of Denison. 5,.?.,Ei fi L.-Q 4 Meyers dropped his match with Blickle in the Erst Yvesleyan lr A ' ' ' meet. and McCallum was beaten by Clines of St. Xavier Vg . r in the semi-finals of the Ohio Conference tournament. All ik'-""'i't"fm2 i53 ff-- G 5' the remaining matches--1-2 of them-resulted in victories BTEYERS. Capt., 1997 for the C. C. entrants most of them being won in straight sets. OEXMAN. Capt.. 1926 1. ' lb v 1 trfq, '-x.,'! The climax of the season was the Ohio Conference tournament which was held May QS and Q9 on the courts of the Pt , Hyde Park Tennis Club. Seven Ohio Colleges were represented. Sidney Meyers and Arch McCallum carried the Red L and Black to victories ll'1'tl11S tourney. being entered in the singles and doubles. Both men were in great form. Meyers FAf .5 came through to the t-itle in the singles by virtue of successive victories over Crofts of Oberlin. Lamping of St. Xavier. Blickle w "N of 11 esleyan. and Clmes of St. Xavier. McCallum reached the semi-finals but was eliminated by Clines of St. Xavier. ,Q 1 In the doubles. the C. combination had a bye in the first round. trimmed Clines and Lamping of Ft. Xavier and copped i '. I, the title by ehnnnatmg Berno and Blickle of Wesleyan in the finals. ' in 1 All Eve of the Varsity racquet wielders were awarded their letters at the spring sports banquet. Sidney Meyers was - 'W-4' elected captain for 1927. succeeding Howard Oexman who is the only member of the team to be lost by graduation. O. M. J J, ,, , . 1,1 Bikololi' of the Physical Education Department coached the squad. x Il! .M .' 1 V ft Psi' L - 1 1 ap. fl K . T . 1, S J . ., . 4 5 - 'X if 1 J 4 V 1 to. 5- 'Q 1. . 1 PM 1 f 4 fx 1 7 'Z fr' ' 1' 1 r ' L 5 , 2522 wig Blehl McCallum Oexman Kieser Nleyers Nikolotf W Pi ' I, Q 1 " K . A '. . i' 'R f f - -sl 'f it: . , Si -iggygirix-,yt ' rw V.-.J ,-I P fr' fi-xl'-ffyfrxf-if A sf'-4 ',.. -I .- at' 4 I , A t va vf .i1Qigl..f.- QL. ,gi f.3g:g..3t.--g 4 ui ful. L..i5'ii..t.1'.i-. . -' ,F ' H - -LL. .9 ' ' v ,. - - .xx-,I 111 Q 'v .-4.n u- -Y av,-v fF- ,eeeiffefe 73 aaffff+1v+e?2a3ffier-v- .-1-4 -j"Tb1'M.,??r... 9 1 V 15 N N' I NE.LG'3..B3Pldf3'Li5gf.SJ-f.Y.!5Cg f lf ,'z,l fr, x J l. E' - , y ,, 4 ilrli' 0 ' fffff ntramural thletics ' F il Lt M ii WZ lfgl' l :ll v at ' 1 . l 'V tri' l Qs? ,iv'. l r,,Ji 4 ' - ' ,ijt t . , , - X 5 -' ttf! :fm ' t Three years ago the department of Intramural Athletics H if was organized at the University of Cincinnati. At that time it V 'r L41 f ' was felt that there was an urgent need for those students who 3 S .N 4 Q did not have the physiques or training to encourage them to mf,-"li ' W l 1 become candidates for the various Varsity teams, t.o have the A y H all if' "' - - - - ev? way x J advantages ot the experience and tralmng that comes from com- tg, y"Q'.'fy V V petitive games. It also was believed that such an organization ,aft J' 1 , . . . . . ' mf!! ' bg would be beneficial in bringing together those students who I lilly H were not affiliated with any group on the campus to create groups ' Hflfl '75 , J of their own for the purpose of competition, and thereby make bf. , tl ' 2, ' i . . . . . . . . . 1 ful f 9 51 . it possible lor everyone so inclined to identify himself with some ' ' A it 171 social organization. Q 111 e T s Q . e ' rg 1. ? ff vs l ffutl . if .tig4 ask "LEE" HALLERLLAN ' 3, ,r :gf Director of Intramural Sports li NIJ . ty . walt l Lid 1161, AFR rl n ."1 ldgll "Competitive athletics for all" is the battle cry of the department of intramural athletics. . w , . . 1 . . . . . . I 'fx-J, We desire to get every male student m the Dmversity into some form of athletic activity. The ' far-reaching results to be obtained for the student body are: increased physical vigor. the develop- bil ff' :il ment of a spirit of cooperation and fair play, and an appreciation and love of sport which will carry .ful . . . . . . . ' l I-'Ly w1tl1 the student 1nto the Alumni days. As our program develops it is our wish to include the Lia 'flu graduate groups more extensively, and to get the Faculty "into the game." This, it is hoped, , Cs? :jf 1, . . Y . - , V ll nf will produce a more sy1npathet1c and deeper understanding between the three groups and make tgirl ,Q the University one large co-operating family. This is an ambitious program, yet fully capable .ESQ of attainment in view of the steady progress we have made during the last three years. I r.. l, X F C xlipi Intranmrals had a very modest. beginning in 1924. Participation in athletic games was irregu- l " .7 lar. About two-thirds of the fraternities entered the various games, but as interest in the games l ll "1 had not as yet. developed, forfeits were numerous, and the running off of lllillly sports was hin- 1 dered and delayed by insuflicient participation. ' w lf? 4 lil 'Kill 1 Q F4 l 1 A rig, all lffl: 4 , -A -- 1. l v - v - un - y s - 1 v ' -'-' 1. 4 1 - - - - T im?" Y - H 1 ' -,,f -. 1' -,f f xl YT rw ', fffrv T" ."T. .-. 'x -3. 'YT' J ' H wi " '!1'.-,' .. 'xii ,ani ' -4' 4' 55", .l,',.sVPifX!F'4C??.L.s"f.LY:X'1Z: :.23LlT:.LA..4n.Mf' 112 'WWW 1 D 'M' """" " - .J A m faqshiifgrbv.-'.'fQi.'.'bf 3 .QQ 'lil H X if i51.L23.Q1if1i2letfeigi.12Lf:I,5ff53tf1- s' . i v . , ' Ii. rw.. i' ntramural Athletics ff! 1 'sl ug .. g I Y fi l , A .Ll N ,f 'ifsfl 13 PM Y-4,4 . . . . ,vi 14 The year 1925-Q6 opened with every 1nd1cat1on of a success- ,gd 'V ful year. An attempt to organize some of the independent kfkll f' groups on the campus into competitive leagues was successful ffl when the dormitory and class teams entered men in most of thc ,if sports contested. Twenty-six teams competed in basketball Q that year, and baseball schedules were arranged for Q3 teams. ' , 'V A The present year has been the banner year of the depart- ffl Qi ment. Under the guidance of Frank Shelton, senior manager, lc? fy 1 the department has made great strides toward its cherished 1,51 ambition. The fraternities have been organized 100 per cent, 'gf E 3 'lvl and the independent groups increased in size. Thirty-eight L' teams competed in basketball this year, with the hlilitary teams 9 enjoying their Hrst year of competition. ,gil ' gif 'ra' FRANK Snnixrox A Intramural Manager 7'-' 5 U A BPYLA fu EH Q51 The adoption of an all-year point system and the addition of several new sports has greatly increased the scope of this year's program. Competition for the trophies in the different sports 'QU kt? has proved keener this year than ever before, and the race for possession of the five-year t.rophy for all-sports competition is close enough to keep the entire organization interested. , Li fl 'fx W QQ, The intramural program is seriously handicapped by the lack of adequate space. It is impos- i sible to conduct any sport during the fall season aside from tennis and cross country because of 'gil the lack of fields. Only one Held other than the Varsity gridiron is available, and that is used by 'Qi the Varsity football team each day until dark. ,Qi YJ-I l I ' The intramural department could easily use 5 or 6 fields and at least another gymnasium if xfkjf E they were available. Future expansion of the program will be seriously handicapped by a lack ch' of adequate playing space. hwy .11 1 From a small beginning, one can readily see the large proportions which Intramurals has 1 I 'ig A attained. Along with the remarkable increase in numbers participating there has been developing all a splendid spirit of fair-play and co-operation. The student body is being mixed upg H1811 are ff" meeting and making friends among the various organizations, which is thus tending to bring the bi: student body together as nothing else will do. K I , iv: f F Q1 ri N,-Q-V. ' -1 gg l W ci V - J ,vw YQYV, ww-Yvq'w,Amm K W Y Y K YY- MA V V ggi", ' tim.. . f.41zf,.e24ff.E'-fag 113 2523 k f 4 ' 1 E ,Qt ' aff- I f fi rl-State asketball ournament Logansport flndianaj, as expected, won the eleventh annual Tri-State Interscholastic Basketball Tournament in the Uni- versity Gym. February 18-19. The winners had very little oppo- sition until the final game in which uvaldron Clndianaj assumed I a Q1-12 lead at the half and it was only in the last half minute ,J of play that Logansport won out by the score of Q6-2.3. ' There were no Ohio teams entered due to a ruling that ,- members of the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Association can only enter the tournaments sponsored by the association. There were only twenty-three teams entered in the tournament due to this ruling. Covington Clientuckyl made the best showing of the greater Cincinnati teams. losing to Center Grove in the f . x , quarter finals. Y- .-A? - z IDIVKERSON K-V ' The all tournament team picked by Coach Fhambers consisted of Dickerson, Logansport, and L. Bliller. iYaldron. forwards: li. lliller, Waldron. center: YYolfe. Loggansport. and Fulner, ' u s 5 1 . H Venter Grove. guards. Art Dickerson, who lines up as forward and goes to Hoor center atter tip 'H oii' won the individual medal for being the most valuable man to his team in the tournament. He - 9 . Y , . , L ,l IS as small a man as ever played basketball on the I . C. floor but his deadly eye and speed on his 'ai ,. teet more than recompense tor his disadvantage in size. 'Q 4 1- ' X ' .W H'- 'Y r 4' 1' '1.,l V4 ' -f 1 Le .hu .11 I - r 3 , 5 i. l,0tl.XNSP0lt'I'. THE X IK"l'4YltS . '. Y Y 'N V11 , - Q N -. -- ---. ri - i -f ' 2 'C - T TZ' ' 421 . "' 4 -' ' ' 4 .. '....'. ...R ' 1 K " A - maijl - 114- fg fggibgw' 5 F plrlavf-..,, " 7 T I 65 ' ll' ' ls- ff, - '-- ff ff VC 'fi d f X, 'L J - J I V- f ff -- X - J ,Rik . A X ,V X XW1 'wa W' 5u Q S + QV v X , ,5 X x XXV X ll XX s xi x D 4 x " , "7 S' X K , - -"Xx. k! - 4, SEX - X f' Q Y ,X 'gg ix fx' X X A N x w , kk? . ' W - , f gf WGMQNS ATHLETIC ll .Tl -X bi I u 1 . 1-1 111 'I l 1 1 1 f'i'3"f9i5't" 'F r'i'i'Ji5fJi'iLf'5'5" ' Wfgfiiiiiiiiiiifliiif iCtSTqRi4i'Fi" in 1 QPC'--'-'S-'-9'7?-elif ' '-A ' --1511-e.iii.i+g4-ffi --. J 'z-y-ff WT vii - 1 A' f Q 1 itil i 1 lvl liz' A Af!!! Lrg-3 lei. .' A lf' F .YW , rv ' H31 1 ,1 'gd ella QM2? l-A!! 1l fm Q12 itil E11 VWJTJ- xl 9 , It , 1 1' l F41 , ,J1 -nf 1? r l fs?" + l I . - .43 if li-33: 53 1 lllri ills E i ltjfkl - 41 K xl c 1 M 911 1514.1 . li ' 1 R HELEN N. SMITH ' 'J' I, I L . .Jjl Director of YVomen's Athletics 5'iJf 11113-1' iw ft ll '--'ii Mft- 'co Have 3. hobby, do something, be somebody. Wlork and play together. Let LAI gift! your ideas and ideals be the highest, and live by them. You can't create sports- Vg 11 manship by merely saying "be a sportf, It comes by "doing" things and "being" a. good sport. A University is known by its spirit. There is no spirit unless bi di each and everyone is working together, playing together. gal' 1 ' e. - W - ,' jl The cry of the VV. A. A. this year is to "do something, be somebody, and 'Q' ll have a hobby." ggi i till 155 19" V 5, 5, 1: I 1 l1i'l1l1 ' A s V' '11 1 - M., W1 lwqf at lib 1 V 1 ,H N f, yffi Pj-ii 1 1 A I'4 1 N"i-' f.'l1 A LJ ' A - I funk 417- -rvhgvv f i Q 1fmfm:v2.ffE+.n?.maf::'J.E f,32fMf-.f'ff.,-1Lm1Xfr+2.Laz:.es.1 116 . ,I B Q ifJQf'13i3l iff?L?7fi1i?7f2QS45'Q7 ff ff f 'Q' ' e Y is riff? Q -- if f ' ' ' . I ' W C l U 7 n 0 0 'Hg Omen s At etic ssociation be , .4 ffl Cv' f 5'-3 OFFICERS P' A ,, 'TW . ffl: FRANCES I'I,-XNAUER .... ........... ....... P r esident tm- ,J DOROTHY 13.-XVIES. . . ........ . .Vice-President fill? ' :fl JANE VVALSH. .,... . . .Corresponding Secretary ,zfgj 4 Q4 HELEN STORY. ..... . .......,..... Treasurer l ? I BIARGARET ELLIOT .... ..,. S ecretary '31 PL' '. i mA lui fav l' L v Y 1 Sir' W4 FACLLTX ADX rsons fmt ' 1 H. L. Coops BI. Urban H. N. Smith u Q! l 'F A fi Q 'JY s I' l lm pl. The purpose of the YVOmen's Athletic Association is to make it possible for every woman if A student at the University to participate in some form of healthful recreation. To accomplish this i Y ? is purpose XV. A. A. urges every girl, especially beginners, to share in the variety of sports offered, xfwfj placing stress on good sportsmanship rather than on ability. 'lfjl 1 For some time the YV. A. A. has been Working for the organization of similar associations in 553' '-'v W the various High Schools in order to bring them into closer contact with the Universitv. The lr " " . . , . . . . . ' l' -K carrying on ol tlfus project has an important place 1n this year s plans. .. V . .... . . l'l Taj A defimte need has been felt tor a stimulation of interest 111 health and posture. To meet this kt-11 need YY. A. A. has plans in mind for a University Health Week. if-X1 The YV. A. A. Financial Committee is formulating plans to raise money to improve the girls' tgp" practice field, and to send delegates to the National Athletic Conference of American College ffill r w Vtfomen to be held in April. Qi, lNIost of all YY. A. A. hopes to make more of our University girls realize that there is a place Qi 'Til L for them in the organization whether or not they are athletically inclined. 551.51 Z'-Sal ff -I E ff' S351 ur " 'wil 'ful s V 1 . 1 lil 3315 Ei TEN aff- 'v' r ' lpn. Nl W'- LY l l 1' 'Ia 'f I lip. ug.,-l .M W, ,. nr ,1 -at rf A, Davies Walsh Story Elliot Hanauer E-' fl I I v . ., ee-as . , ' bel. '-an V---K - ---- eff- ,,, -- . .,,. W i,,' ' .., . 'iw ., V ,., .JT 51" ',. 3 .J A" iffwq' VC."7f Q 4-'YY 7.-'S-' f" "iw " 5 'ff fi ft gil:-T5iiS7E1 L'-i?3gg5f1.v131fT?f?Q441?+fr kf+f?QQ'gQf-.ggiih -F ' ,e., . 7 "W " 'WCS it Ci' I 5 ...ky f... 117 ,.l.....-,f S. Tlv r livl .f L A W1 rw Ed Fw is 4 0 m.-' fi JJ'- 1 vga M4 M W' '1 1 NDF: x iljl, ll-hi tl H !raf2.4 1 hai iifil is ,ll yy xiilfi Q 1 lil? i . . icy .KX wlmuygi ,IQ H14 , x l':n-.4 ' fl l- 'Q I fe Fig, in il ll' 1. :Egg ltjfvj fill? ll-iq li-'34 llkla Hi? lf-.QQ 3 "1 iqlgl B'-'i 237' ,4 ff, LW' vf'L xl lv' hs' U ' 1 F V K I 0 ' 4 L 1 LN.. -L - - ' 1- ,hvv ,v..,.. ,Y ,.,..,.,, f v-- avr' 'vw' vvv - ' Si H9 IS X iXT'4'xMZ3L95m'1i52f355'1?fi llockey The season of 1926 has been the most successful since the introduction of hockey four years ago into the athletic program of women. This was the first year that the Wonianis Athletic Field has been opened to hockey. The field was still in an incompleted condition, but the girls rallied to the wallowing searches in the mud for the ball. The practice season proved successful in helping the various classes to choose representative teams for the ensuing games. These teams were found to be so evenly matched that the season was prolonged. The total number of games played during the tournament was twenty-two. The rivalry between the Sophomores and the Freshmen was marked, and it was only after a series of struggles that the Freshmen class proved themselves the victors. E55 E! I f. E51 Ear gg- I I I I I E lyr., ala I ' I yr T- Qu I311' pil V. . .4'4 at I a G :- so Q? ,n K-4 I , -pl 1 1. "l"f'L P 'l -it 1,-,H wvlmnw- g g ,g 9 ' ..f?.iNh"21-'T.L'S5f.S- 14.93155-?T'T5Ei3.s.f4,.."' 118 -.v 1 -- ,Q-, "tj -,, ry,-.' H5 r. Y H5 r 1 IMAL . Tifqfiff'-'56:f'g.',iA: 'ill "ti I i A ,Av--'Aix KW 'T " - s 'eff 4 ul .L -1 'U Y ' 'Z V I L 54 .v lp: Visa ,7J'tL,.. vkn :Lf- 5, lb 1 ,yu ws: .I-75 !ilJkl .i 5' g Cf.. 5' 9 lkj 4 r -.J ,A V. ,W 1. al., l akjt D' ' . D' '5 ,WCW L. if--.4 l wwf W2 5.7-..f, MJ.- IM fy. iv-lf, V lu Q l ', :Rn 51,3 fl-ff' 'E Lf gi' 'Q ..,' I 1- lr! it 4 'Y Y .134 .VI 5545 , . hkvl' rt k"1l ug T34 QT asketball The basketball season of 19Q7 was a victim of the revision of the Women's Athletic System. The new organization provided for an increase of the number of girls who participate in athletics. Nlost of the women in the University were divided into six groups which were respectively subdivided into three teams of varying caliber. This ma.de a total of eighteen teams in the basketball tourn- ament in addition to the regular class teams. But. in spite of the competition of the other groups, the class teams met with keen rivalry. Every game was a fiercely fought contest, and each battle revealed superior basketball ability. After several bitter encounters with the upper classmen the Freshmen team emerged the victors, making this the second championship for the Freshmen during the year of 1926-Q7. 5 253' s fv " H. , 1. , .-,. .,...,.- .. . fs. . A A -1 A .A X h y , -Ji K . 'H Sa- f., if tr 7 ' - k , . - - . 1 we-,., '. ".' 4.x-. 4, ua. . A... . - 3 L. -s -. , I i I .N , f' 119 Q Q I 2 Q 2- I-x A' CONTENTS CAMPUS IMPRESSIONS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES FEATURES BEAUTIES ORGANIZATIONS HUMOR . W my A XX Y N K 1 D A-V v, rv N , l E' T' ' DJ 20: I If wiv I X II 4? If I If EE f --sf sf ,ff g Q -f QMMMWMFW IWMMA?FW' "'H21aixl41HI f' Cxi ' . Ai 5 . fry? . VJ . .i?,, I ' , ld- 1. inf! lxvvi i'l A is ?,i'-- 1 1'4" :fx-Q "Y f. h-ri :JJ iight! ,' .1 Lffci ml A 1. 'A.- 5 .FA 4.- !.g,s, fif- 4594 Fl 4 !. M95 K 71 ,J fi ia . 1 nf' r Aj 2.21 , :Nj lfwfa f',,'g fx 3. .s V64 l-"',,1 :NX-., in '1 P 4' .ffg i: f NQJ wg- cg VN PM i.' 'J Hi- 4 .4 ggi ji gl l .Lx .1 s. ' Y 1 lt '. ,,. 1 .-,J v t Q J .Y - 1 . 4 1 4 1 , -mx-.f gf' 4 0- rr-,W I 'r 1 r ' sv .1 xp XX, ',i tk ,- . O A --.... .',- ,-- .4 -K -Wi , ,?X ' Y ., Q , .'r . W f-1 a I i bi b-I7 'U-:i.'l'N' Fencing Fencing was added to the list of varsity sports in the year of 19Q6 for the university co-eds. A tournament consisting of six bouts in each of the six sec- tions was one of the interesting events as many promising foil artists were dis- covered. The practice of the foil is recreational, healthful, and educational. The fascination consists largely in the fact that one is face to face with a keen, eager opponent who is ready to take instant advantage of every mistake one makes. The beneficial effects of moderate fencing to persons of weak constitu- tions, or of studious and sedentary habits, have been attested by medical prac- titioners of the first eminence. To the public speaker fencing is found to impart a freedom and ease of gesture. Fencing trains the judgment, the eye, and the nervous instinctg it gives to the body suppleness, ease, and grace of movement. Judging from the enthusiasm shown, fencing should prove to be a popular sport at the University in the near future. T611 , , .gl Li-'i Fl 1 rc' If 11 F tiki ffl is 551 ii' l I '14 1 f ' i QI gl 524' Q If . YF' Inf ga 6 : sg! ra CZ' uY 4.4 re-I af' i rw Qi V' . l fu ga u, i s .Qi VJ4 gf 1 L-14 1 "fVY'Y'iV' f U. - y- 4 vi- vf ?1r ' 1'v an r "':T1TrTlYf' f 1"1:'m+l rf. ff T 51.11 fag.-fawf - ML my ml 4 1 s A .. L L .157 'I 1 l 7 7 I . XIX., 120 s.xb - l", , . 1 W., ,X ,, fi' 5 - , , J-'pi' Ps-5 .Usa- ldi,xV l'1' ,4 ' rx"., I - 1 Riff ' -1 . 5, 4 1 ff iii? 1,3 mf! FMF! :fri 3-1 ?l": rf . gil' wifi .ffmx , . lvl 0,31 5 1 ttyl l .5 . l I-ffl .., X! 14 V.: P-J Wi lib' Q-Lf lu! ' -1 Lil P54 z,.w. V21 .'1 H ' "I .if-iff 5,11 lx, lp , 11 B I lr.:-LJ. .pu 1 :Fifi illll wit!! 11 rw :ij .mp :gg r' W --.i 1 'red -xii "fi r,.L4 .. .vii Q- ,CT.,1 :A lag' :M -l rbi if E134 1 N 1 il X' 7 L lffiif - J. 2. A . , Baseball Girl's Baseball was carried on with more than the usual success this year, and was a climax to the many exciting seasons which have marked the history of this sport in the University. The Freshmen ran true to form, and, as in most of the rest of the events, came out in the lead at the end of the season with almost. all victories and no defeats to their credit. The complete schedule included thirteen games, one with each class, with an extra one between the Sophomores and the Freshmen to decide the championship. The secret of the Freshmen crew's success is found in the collection of talent which gave the pitching staff encouraging support. fare gf ,. , -v S-211' 2 34. - - I ' . . , .. n 1, fr tp""Y,.T',' H , f 1 5117- V-'ca' ,f I 1 J ., . g X . lil - -Y -- 1' vv 4-A vv fvr'-f"' . - . ' " .rn AY"'g'i"4"l ia' p I I lil" 's Ni' fxlll 'HTQIWA BL' , " ,wir A . 1 .- f. '.-, f -L: -"., H, 14,1 - .A- ek-D 4-Q , .9 ,A,L, a A-Al .mil l l ml -D1 all X w F7 reek Games 5, Us-V. The Greek Games is an annual contest in Athletics, Lyrics. Costumes, and Dance, held each gifs Spring by the Sophomores and Freshmen. Greek Games are dedicated to a Greek God whose gif characteristics are portrayed in the myth and dancing. Those of 1926 were dedicated to the God 5,3 of Nature - Pan. 'NH Greek Games is an activity in which all may participate. Each class chooses a myth which "fig when executed in dancing? will distinguish the rvarious attributes and ideals of the God and Lvl a.lso tell some story from mythology in which he was involved. This allows for a great deal of original work not only in the organization of the myth but in its interpretation in dancing and 'Ry costuming. J The attempt is made to keep the costumes as nearly like the old Greek costumes as possi- "EJ ble - a tunic arrangement which allows freedom and grace of movement. The various colors of . T the costumes are another problem which when carefully considered add much to the beauty of the l Qi myth and its interpretation. ,',', In this day all of our athletic sports are judged mainly by speed and rapid results but not so ', in the old Greek sports or in our Greek Games -for here form is the important thing. In the torch 1'ace the idea was not primarily to win the race by time or speed but to win it displaying the i best form: that. is why the heavy torch which retarded rather than increased the speed was used. -'4 The discus throwing. hurdling and chariot race such as used in our Greek Games are all judged for , '1 form. The chariot race in which four girls act as the horses is entirely a matter of form, grace, and beauty. it I4 The contest in ly1'ics is a contest of original poems written by the members of the Sophomore L".f A and Freshman class dedicated to the God of Greek Games. The writer of the best poem receives 'Q--7 a laurel wreath as do the .victors of the other contests. r, 'Q The music which aids in the interpretation of the myth and dancing is another important ',.' phase of Greek Games. It requires a great deal of work to fit dance to music and music to myth, 1-ffl! yet we - the Sophomores and Freshmen enjoy it and are looking forward to the fun of next year's 'Lvl Greek Games when we may again vie with one another after the fashion of our ancient Greek 'g ancestors. ' vg' 1 2121 ' 'rl .xi A Q: l Agri! v .fft P' fy, ,l . ij rf, . "fi lg '- V74 all j ,nj i :TW T S7 V.:-1 A Y .YJ . .4 it Val .fpf IE-J .-fi, '- f .if ' j' .471 "J", v, j xg , fmt ' - rf.-J Q-,J""f ":'l L " mul 'L Q 'Vi.".T "-,f".2:i v 122 v i , l Qs 4 ,, .3 "'T"lg:7'-YT'-'v' f+1v --1 r '- -'-v v-------i- - . K .Y----1. , , . . . . . . ,-,, Y Y - , 5 I gm J, , + . - f . - .AX ff. "4 " iff, r -.3 , Q X753-f?1s3's.fE3:ffZ7KQ'M4fifE.fJ!if. .S.l-i.S. lf.N.5lQQ?g:.iQ--ftffif'-155 Aff-.'?'fP.f-.fax . 3 , 'iv' Rza . ance Club QQ '9 gl' J .i - A ' ml A ' H 1 OFFICERS . TH-A 'Oil LAURA LENTZ- - - ......,..... . , .President 7 if GRACE TAUBER .... . . .Secretary 'F'-.l 'W' I ' T ,515 FACULTY MEMBERS -Z 1 11 f- .S .. ' ' l Marna Brad F will Y Helen Coops My-, .y X , tis I .TBR . ' 1 ' ' Self expression based on the natural movements of tl1e body and on certain definite technique, J QM ard, IS lncluded in Natural Dancing. The Dance Club was organized by students interested in danc- l" li 1 . . , D - ' .145 ,hill mg, 1l1I.1S1C, and costunung, for the purpose of carrying on advanced and original work in Natural til," l' jx Dancing. One must have had at least a year'S experience along this line in order to become a it lf member of the Dance Club. It has been the custom of the club to present a recital sometime within the year, showing the JW. 3 type of work accomplished. The recital includes some illustrations of technique, child rhythms if original rhythms and some com lete dance' ' k d b l l l 'I I ni , p S vsor e out y t ie club. , my . f l'fQ.+l kd , MEMBERS Mif , 4. l.' J ifqwi M. Ahrens J. Foster M. Laird H. Rodgers Iii 5 D' Besuden M. Gillette L. Lentz V. Strashun 1 F -' 4 M. Blackwell NI. Gradolf M. McDonald M. Strassler HQ H. Burlie F' Hanauer F- Merkle G. Tauber lr'-' l ,DP D: Davies R. Harrington M. R. Moore E, Todd ll FAI W' Donnell M- Higgins J. Newman Jane YYalsh 'Al M. Dulficy B. Hollaran J. Nurre Jeanne VValsh Pi ln il. Elliott A. Hubbell C. Philippi J- Zettle L4-W1 W", .f. ' hid! T I igffl flfll -...lf-' lf l ry, dir' .2 . al 4 .U ,-as - ' 1 Fi R S , U 1 l . . ty 1 .ww V "J I iff all fp.: P fi .Y . b ' l PGA nel has Wil y I-X 1 1-vi' l lrfjl lmlt' l J 'IAA it 4 Vgjzl f 7 1 Iv! 1 J F l. fl I 1 W-I ii-ui li --s---,.,...,. s W .. 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C. department granted the Girls' Rifle Squad the privilege of using its new Springfield .QQ caliber army rifles this year. A S'Turkey Shoot," held in December, proved very amusing as Well as financially successful. Of the twenty-six Inatches scheduled with the foremost college teams of the country, sixteen have been won and four lost. lNIarked targets, the true test of ability, were used in many of these matches. Nine of the girls of the Varsity team, which won sixth place in the National Rifle Association competition, were awarded percentage medals. The squad will participate again in the national marked target contest of Dot and Circle, National lYomen's Rifle Fraternity. An honorary team of ten will be chosen, at the end of the season, to be known as the "Uni- Ve1'sity of Cincinnati Girls' Rifle Team." New emblems will be presented by the R. O. T. C. to those girls who have fulfilled the prescribed requirements. 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I'IL'1IPHRIEt-2 ..4... ........,..,.......... li Iditor-in-Chief r I NORMAN AUBURN ,......,........,....,......,. Associate Editor J BIANAGING EDITORS John Bac-111111111 Lola Kirsch F ACULTY ADYISORS 'J F. R. law-S w S. VYabnitz QF" f. Brsixi-:ss DEPARTMENT ,utr LAXVRENCE L1-:vi .........................., Advertising Manager P gf NIARJORIE SCHMIDT. .. ,... ............ 4 Art Blanager ' BIORTUN ROTH .,,... .... r Assistant Advertising Manager 41 I' 17. DoRoTHY GOLDBI,AN. . , ......... Service llzuiager LG U Q JOSEPH SEG,-XL .... . . . 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QE! r' L-5: "'1L. 4 .- " ' . -1 ,fJ:i:.,se, :Nam-"'k."sa wafer- 5. .152 d 5 ' 74 'fv'1f--uvgi 1 ge: "Lx , .,, ., ' l KIRSCH BAC HMAN .rf l il EDITORIAL DEPARTBIENT 'I .3 lff' I I 'pr J J XVILLIAM HAMMOND. . , ..... Make-Lp Editor WILLIAM NIEMAN .....,...,..........., C ampus Editor V if FA, BIARGARET RICHEY .,..... ...,........... C ity Editor DOROTIIY DAVIES. LoI'IsE VALENTINER. .Alumnal Editors l,..q ', J RAY BRADLEY ..................,...,.. Athletic Editor DOROTHY CAROTHERS .......,......... Exchange Editor IL- ' my i ETHEL DURBIN, LORETTA SILVERSTEIX, Mt-Mic-ken Editors JEANNETTE NEWMAN. . , ....,..,....... Faculty Editor l 'I ffm. Y CLARA KIENZLEEVELYN HERBST, lY0lIl2lI'l.5 Affairs Editors BIORRIS GRAFF .....,.. ..,.. H ebrew Union Editor IL, 'W'-JL RUTH THORP ..... ,.,,,,.,.....,. D ramatic Editor PETER ENGEL .....,.,..,. ......,.....,., A rt Editor rif- P. ' 4 FORREsT ELY ....... Law College Editor WILLIAM BRUEGGEMAN ..,.....,.....,.. Medical Editor ' 'K-1 iw, HAZEL HEINTZ. . . .,..... Humor Editor JAMES BERRY ........... ..... N ight Commerce Editor Fry y ZELDA ARIIIBRUST. ........ Literary Editor BETTY KENIBLE ......., ........,.,. N urses Editor .Kg 1 ERMA PFLEGER. . . ..... xvOl1'l31'l,S Athletics PATRICIA SI-IARKEY .... .....,.... S Ociety Editor I HAROLD STONER. . Engineering Editor "' toll 5 limi' It ..1,V, 1 A f My I , ..,.,,,. ,E , rf- l'F'H I -F 'ffffff ,I,.r: I I f ' Zi "ffl ' ' I NJ I V, - .. It V:-, 1 .f , .I - -' , , .. I, . RAE! I" ' " ff? . Qi .:'1-Qji, - " A- A' if- " I lla J I " '- I i - ",' N E' , 'A '. R J Ri I za. 4 li" . f ':fJ i , 75 17 , 22-,I Y - - I .mi I sv " ig., 'fxfffi 'SEA fi' Q11 gl 'itll A in 2" +f"' Q I ' lv: I ax ,I H l1,. L: - I M 5 '--vw 1' F i. - I - H- i v l :gif I i A ,V ' ll If 3 A ,.., j ..v I I U ' fir 1- Q I il, A,rR: I I I riff 'UA 5 . 25' ' A ,V ff iv , :tt Qgzr A I '-.r I I ,,,,,.i ,A 'ig' P I vi a , - ' I-E -," 'r 4 .Mi l i . ' I-rf 1 . 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JERYIS Cooperative Engineer HAROLD C. HOSE, '27 ....,. ..,,,,.,.,.... E ditor GEORGE A. HOFFNLIN. '28 .... ...... . Assistant Editor JAMES J. CAMPBELL, '2S. . . .... Managing Editor RICHARD D. JERVIS. '27 ,.., ,... B usiness Manager ROBERT S. CORAVIN, '27 ...,. .... . Associate Editor GEORGE F. KOCH. '28, . . ......... Art Editor VV. E. STILLWELL, '30. . . .... , . .Associate Editor CARL R. HALLADAY. '29, . . . .......... Advertising XNILLIAM V. ARNOLD, '28 ...... ..... A lunmi Editor OLGA KNOCKE. '29 ,......, ..,.,.,,..., . Advertising WILLIAM C. HAGEMEYER, '27 ..,. ..,. I Assistant Editor JOHN D. REIXHART, '30. . . . . .Assistant Advertising EIDNVARD F. HOPPE. '27 ...... ..,. . Assistant Editor PAUL C. HECKEL. '30 ..., .....,.,..,. C 'ireulation EUGENE B. DUFFY, '27 ....,, .... . Assistant Editor CARL F. JVNKER, '28 .,,.. . . .Assistant Circulation LAVVRENCE H. COFFIN, '28, . . .... Assistant Editor Q k ' i l Cninpbell Duffy Hngeuleyer Hoppe Corwin Koch Hoffman Knot-ke Reinha rt Arnold X. -1-Q Qfv- wiv' -fv--v-vi v, . - , . I' . v ' "'r-14 Pr I ...li 'to F-T1 we if I 'ir tif., FQ ,swf '1' I-A KY' Eli I 1 U. L9 'fl Uh W lg 'Tx fi r, ' -KD fl L 5' I I rr' Y 1 S fl ,r D!! 'I'-si 74.14 Y . K if X1 YQQ L AYJ J'-1 R --1 L ,-. .r f' P..'l f'f"" : - " .1 V1 I", - 53' 53,1 rn! Lx!! 31.11 L 55 r .C 'V 4 I tuna rift 3 , rid if-fn-.1 :ijt 1 F ff' IJ: .Q sr' 'J yt. 'lr f- w I . ' ' 1 ' si 4 A. - A ' ' A 1' . -x ' ' "' 'JNA' -- 1 . . ...ngg ..-n . l -- I- , "1 .A . I 5 1. F- ttf E X : 5 ltfff. ,sb-45-L-111 lf ll.: 'g f gs 4 K il . . 14-0 r"7"""'.- fu r lv 2:53 'iw .ff all :Fil w figs? :sur ' p'.Ag,L"Q29Q-' -4 -"--4v'vy" -. - X - - . ., . , , 'Y' ugsi- 'y",41-fjyuf, fax R f x '. ".-f I " -. - I f' ' - ' " 1 . . . .Business Manager . . . . . . .Exchange Editor . . .Circulation Manager .............Se-eretary .hair i .fl-. Q l E -. .',..- 4 ' K J. l ,.r..'s V N" T .2 If I Qi Q' 1 l .I 'Q i . Q . xl A "l I X. YA . . all 31,33 E. Rosnxswnio G. H. ELLIOT ll? ' Cs! 1 YH IC iff: E. Rosnxswmo ,.., ....... E ditor-in-Chief G. H. ELLIOTT. . . "f R. S. XY!-:ST ...,. . . .Advertising Manager C. GIXTER. . . . f 1 ' J. T. RoL'sE. . . .... Assistant Manager W. F. THOMAS. . 6131 F. KOCH. ..,. ......... . 'hl't Editor C. CROWLEY . . . R Y! rg K . llgf H. C. Anderson "rf P. Engel X, iv .5 R. A. Habas . Zlg' . L, DQ lr 1' lklxft N. J 'Val A. Ll. wg. Elfilfl ll' Q 'Fr , l I 1 :ei fr Q FQ . ry F729 'gall 'ngfll STAFF C. Keller C. Riser E. Kleine G. H. Rogers C. Lightlield Y. Rosensweig YV. L. Schein E. Silverstein R. Vosnner llh-d l P . .O :ff lfw K W7 ' J f':' l ilk L ' gg Koch Thomas NVQ-st Anderson Ginter Rouse W 1 Engel Rogers Kelle' V. Rosenzweig Morgariedge Corwin I - . . 1...,.,.--A.,.,.--Fvr.-,.-f.,-.1'f'esse1eeff-' -T.,-2"'1q:-f--I H Y-3 -w. .-fen-1,f.e-f,wf-,e,-W., 1 gf: Y ,-. ,-- 3n r ,q - .-ff' -.inf . -ff W -, mn, -if - ' -. 5 sg,- L.. s 141 . 4 1 v,r. U ' ff Z. .............., N' 'M vs , ff, .1 f",4 Lg ,+. . A. V.: i I u A9 S I 'ii ry' f vi - - ff-FXXXHQQ i .,-if p-.J X-f X V, XUUG1 " i uuwvswiofmm 'ff fi 3 W " 'I w'3w.,H . ,!4 s Q . if - 'I' 41:1 N . 'H '4 ' 4 W' .4 1, '3 1 V ' 5. . , N i. 1' W. C. IIAGEMEY1-JR R. REIMER Ln' R. O. T. C. Shield THE BOARD EQ XVILLIALI V. H,xr.i-.Mm ER ,....,,,.,,...,.........,. ..,.. li Iriitor-in-Chief ft' R. W. SHELLY. , . ...... ..... 4 Xssuciate Editor L -li Fnl-LO DIXON .,.. . ...., Associate Editor . 1: W. H. xYILSON . . . . ..,,..,,,. .... H umm' and Exchange 'I 1. R. REIMER . , , ....,.,,..,...,., ,.,, I Business Muiiager X: THE s'11-xFF 55 A. Bitton R. Yun Yyvcn l'l.'Nic-lmlson YY, Hullzulziy P. Ashbaugli H. Hagner D. Blum-lu-nil II. Brustmi L, Harrisun E. 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Q' I l Q. . 4 T 1 T ,gg ' - '. l , A, h . - ' ' . " I l V, A. G. Nl RIGHT J. G. GAYMAN , w. ,p V l at ' ill Y M C A H db 1. E L Ji ALBERT G. XYRIGHT .... ..,......... E ditor if :EU JOHN G. GAYMAN ...... ,.,.. . . . . . .... Business Manager ' Z 1 if GTK 151-74 The Y. M. C. A. Handbook is published annually by the University branch of the Y. M. C. A. l,-Q1 through the coordinated e-Hforts of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. YY. C. A. In this book an earnest and ever 1 'Q iucreasin effort is bein made to bring before the incoming Freshman class a. realization and under- 1- '- r J -.1 g g ?,, . T -, 1 standing of exactly what our Fniversity is. both in purpose and in spirit. j.f'. l. xi f , ., if ,lit 1 ' 71 .-N , ' Jil sTAFF 5 , Chalma Fillmore Raymond Hilsinger T' Elizabeth Reinhart Clarence Hartman fu -'E TM A - .-'I 'V-'l' . X 1,3 lt I l l I 51 lv R-1 I V 'fd 1 , s '-.'- , lx 'V 1 Nfl 2 rl' ' ' W .. . 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' Q P if 'Q xml all . v 53, ' Q Vhqp lf "bf" X . lv - Q Q pri 1 i ' f F-J. Tfxyi . iii li l iff! w .z The Bearcat Book "ia wig J' 2 to 3 . 6-Ill Q--5. EDNVARD F. MOTTERN, . . ..........., Editor 'f l ri VVILLIAM H. T AYLOR. . . . . .Business llanager T DOROTHY IQEATING l Axssociateg ,QJ . V,-4 A' JOHN C1R1EsHABER I Qfti .f f I I "- lr 1- ' 'W rw' rf-gl The Bearcat Book is the annual publication of the Department of Athletics 'Jail V' of the University of Cincinnati and is distributed yearly to prospective matriculants :iff FH of the University recruited from the senior classes of the high schools of Cin- VS' -ay s . . . . . ,, . 5 4 '1,'j'2l cmnati and vicinity. lhe book proposes to present to these men the athletic v A lv 4 . 1 n 1 1 4 s n 4 1. ' 'li achievements ot the various teams representing the University in major and minor ,NJ 5 1- inter-colle0'iate snorts. There is an attem t to frive the new man some idea of ,"'f'ij X Mx. e- l P z- ,ry igtqifl the extensiveness of the department and its capability of providing ample accom- Knit Nf,f,B"' modations for all university althletic endeavor. Q E' I LG H ., F . . , . L ' lr it lg The book is presented to the prospective man at. Hotel Y arsitv, the annual ' I,':v - . , v . r-' banquet and entertaininent. ol the X. BI. C. A. 1 "1 lp' ' .4 lx", 1 4 14:37. G4 Ll L-A 53+ Y A L . -,l rc .1 tw ' vlvi-Bla .NW X V W., Fl .3 'Nr 1 C1 Q .H V51 . " , ll f -. Q ---- ,Q . p v , H A - --- f---A- -+7 -f' T' "NT A Q '- K Y V14 .J le-5 - 1 ' "-B74-"f"' Y' ive :vrfe,,' ff T"i',.,"JV' 'I tif' v"c "'1f'f'1l"Q"5'Y -0' Tlfnmfxf' '-..:' 'i' jelly- 43, 144-1- TH EATQICALS 1-L5 rw DOIQOTHX' CHLLESPIE, . RUTH H. THORII ..... I ll IT1 H1 E? IGS OFFICERS CATHERINE GARRITsoN. . . EDGAR RIPPI-:Y ....... YINIJENT rllHIELANDEH. XvIRGINIA SPEIDEI, ,.... DOROTHY SL.1.RAcK PAUL IXSHBAUGII V BIAURICE JACOBS I ' IEAN L.wRENcE J FRANK BYERS .... . 13ONALD BEDDUE. . . . . . . . . .President . .Vice-President . . . , . . . .Secretary .Business llanager . , . . , . .Stage Manager Wardrobe llist ress BISIl1lJ6l'S at Large . . . ...... Director .Assistant Director lhe Llununers is the dramatic organization Of the University. Every year three or four per- formances are given. the plays being chosen with regard to variety and novelty of interest. Farces of lNIoliere, Inodern plays of the Grand Guignol horror school, Elizabethan comedy. modern realis- tic llfilrlllil. and mystery plays have all played a part in Blunnners productions of recent years. lXIf:'ll1lJQ1'S are chosen on the basis of ability shown at the animal tryouts. The Inanageinent of the Muinniers is in the hands of the Board of Directors. who are elected annually. The lhIlllI1II1QI'S feel that Inuch of the popularity lllld success which the organization enjoys is due to the efforts and 0l1ll1llSl2lSll1 of their director. lllr. Frank R. Byers. Jacobs R ippcy La ureuce Ashbaugh Thiel a ndcr Speidcl G a rri t son G illespie Thorpe Slabacl-I H-li Y l. Mx-. 'bk pirf. . Pi , gm NYS 'RV V Nw 1' R Wx A .Ra A ls . N Ei? ' M f GK' 1' xl Rs gvgx , 5' W1 SY? fl Xa .W .. X S, 23513 . NN? wx, R ' 555ml ve .X 3, X, 1 S.: Www if wif a A 'r: --5,1 'mei-x, , . 6" , Nu ,.w.? . :- BAA M .ef Y: w Sw N. .5 X151 WIS? ,xy X xx .-Q ex X - x , Q asks' 1 1 S1 NX ww ,NSS , W -ax ,. wig 5 NS, , I , n I f"xf'X4 f A 1 Ny 1 Z A x K , nf! fl : ,1XTv-'1wu 1frWr1HgfWfmje' ' , S YW W ,QH,4:fTk115'Y.T-W74, W WI- -.-- . ,.,,, N , - i qlfwj f-E!.irfwufbmukuy N ,....x.M 1 n umm T11 -L X N XJ Q ' L X I ' QV 5? HW. 5 XE S I' ,-L 4 x N f In Qij U E I f V ' l ,5 -' X .. A 1-X 4561 1 Xu " J X f Aix! Nxxlm N N . WN QQ' A3 Mm' X U. N ww W. I R 'WJ M 1 -5 - I F., ,V 'A K .JFAJTN 'ff' -51753 .ff ASF N NSEQAQRI F11 Figlmlvfml Qi YQXM ' 'ii K H 'L Mem 5 j- in MX'n1,H Q, TLYXTX '4"A:A s 1 In Xl . ...J-lil., Ai Q5 , ,M X fulxllhl ll! ,mg-Y ill' I l f KS' L! 1, 'ai Wim Vfxiifakil T l k ww' V N sq Sf ' X -153131 Ms .m ' , , ,,,, 1 H + IA l J Nw? . -A i " Li' 1, m'I 1ua L F 4 :5151 K 5--r ' -- wnyq'157Tk vlx. Ag! P K -f,,q- .'f'-- , 'Ly , f 4 uminn 1 r" K 1 ,ggi Q 'V ,JV Ura l I fggik Q 4 .gf J W K 4 r .L C nlllil V ' N W i" f4fB'w1-nmns A.- f 11-ni-be -. ..fm LUQQV : -..-L3 ggi ' 'Elm 1 ' x ' N A th x k Q -. , Ih,l,,.-,, X - g General Chairman .,.. Vice Chairman ...,.,,.... Business Manager ....,..,. Assistant Business Manager. General Director ....,. Director of Dancing. . . . Musical Director ...,... Chairman of Music. . . Committee ..... Chairman of Lyrics. . . Committee ..... Publicity Director .....,.... - Assistant ,.... . .,........ . Ticket and House Manager. .. Assistants .......,.,... Stage Managers ..... Master of Properties .,.. Assistant ...,......,.. Program and Score Managers Mistrcsses of the VVardrobe ...,. Master of the Wardrobe ,... Assistants ........... Artist .............,...... Scenic Artist .,........,... Student Dancing Instructor. Orchestra Leader ..... ,.... Student Musical Director. . . X I p ix., ,, f r ' ' . .V f wk? l Fresh ainters Secretaries to the Executive Committee ..,. IAICYI I. ,. VI, J .1 EXEC CTIVE COMMITTEE fig' .....,...,.EdvxinK.Levi U' ..,..Dor0thyD.Carothers '. . . . . . .Kenneth G. Gould I ' .....IVilliamH.Taylor ly DIRECTORS 'Ai . . . . . . . . . . .John Redhead Froome, Jr. CCollege of Musicj , ...................... ,...,., F rancois Yathe ...............,...............................RichardFluke PRODUCTION COMMITTEE ...........................................JeanFrancesSmall . . . .Morton Roth, John E. Castellini, Lelia Nell Richey ....,...........,...........,......,.AliceRussell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Edward Byron. Jeanette Newman ...Edward F. Mottern .....................JohnGayman ................John YY. Humphries . . . .Patricia Sharkey, Richard Angert 4' Arthur Fennekohl PaulHeckel . . . ,Carl McGaughey . . . . . .Evan Chatfield 4Charles S. Adams ' ' ' ' ' ' . William H. Taylor f Mary T. Rolger . . . . . J Mary Katherine Blowney i Jane DeSerisy .,...............,.NormanAulmurn . . . .Harold Stoner. Cash Thelander . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marjorie Schmidt . . . . . . .Ruth Rosenfelder ....,...,...Lester Roenxer . . . ,John Edward Castellini ...........MortonRoth Ji Eleanor Heuck ' ' ' l Erma PHeger ni , n I . I ' 1 .rx 5 t , I. " V . .f 1 !9.l gj' M ,rm I il. ' 1 C.-xuo'1'ul-:us Gorro l ' r 5 f I' 'V fha' .'.fff,"'. X' .x' -f R if , 'f fi"-' " iff," -. " ' I y' A-' , KI? 4' is 'inf Ni.. Hit... .LI ,'.i.IJ V i HS v,,- . YI . Rfk 5.3. ir,"if .115 ,Mit ii.-.' .11 i g, i',,. 1 '!' Ilia f S l T F I i,Q'. - 5 Ls. 4 -.. , is -." IVY . . sei L- ' Q 1 1 1, ., 4 l I I lv a I' , K 'li,t 1, 1 is N ..l lg . It lli ' I ,L 4' 'x K i ff 1 L' 1 aff! tu 1 ,,,,Y it . lx nl iff-f Etta 'v . 'l 3.3 l' f if .i if 4 1 .ffff .VW VI L- xl , ., iyhflaft , . ,.1 . It- I, , ',.,. .nj 1 ' P' . f t 9 "pd 4 - . he Silver Sabre 5th ANNUAL PRODUCTION Like Arthur's mighty sword Excalibur and like the invincible ham- mer of Thor. the Silver Sabre of Yanadia is shrouded in a dim haze of heroic legend. VVhat little is known of its true history I have gathered from the archives in the royal palace of Sacaluna. After Constantinople fell. the warlike princes of Yanadia were Christendom's strongest defenders against the on-rushing Turk. In 1637 Frederic II crushed the Sultan at Daindje and was rewarded by the Emperor with a cunningly wrought sabre of silvery lustre. The weapon. intended against the Pilyflilll, proved extremely effective against Christians. With it Rudolf I checked Eugene of Austria, with it Paul IV defied Napoleon. and with it Frederic VII carved the Russians in Bessarabia. Continuous victory made it symbolic of the high destiny of Vanadia and of the invineibility of her princes. Never did the Silver Sabre fail and never was it sheathed until the false peace of the corrupt Theo- dore, regent for Frederic. son of Paul VI, who was mysteriously poisoned in 1908. Wvhile Theodore was growing fat and careless, Karl von Skoda, Margrave of Kaspia was marking Vanadia for conquest. The blow tell in 192-L Theodore after a vain struggle lost his life at Sacaluna. which fell to the Kaspians. Yon Skoda over-ran Yanadia. Ai'sTrN TYINAXT Young Frederic. with the inborn genius of the Kyrelon princes. had been carrying the Silver Sabre into the heart of Kaspia, when Theodore's debacle destroyed l1is support. In the emergency he acted quickly and wisely, dishanding his troops that they might return to Vanadia to await the day of revolution when the Silver Sabre should strike for freedom. "The clay" is but two weeks in the future when our first. act takes up the story. Frederic is disguised as a waiter at the inn of Castle Teufelstein. owned by his cousin. the Countess Tecla. His young brother, Prince Rudolf. is a student in a military school which exists by sutferance of the Kaspian conqueror. Boris YVarlov, Baron Kibor, and Count Guno are in Sacaluna waiting for the time to strike. Von Skoda has heard that Frederic. whom he has never seen. is at Teufel- stein. and is moving there to capture him. But still more trouble approaches from the north. Marion and Betty Carroll. daughters of an American multimil- lionaire manufacturer of radio silencers, are searching the Balkans for a romantic old castlevjust for a summer hovel. you understand. Now the hard part of it is that Frederic has never fallen in love and hasn't the faintest idea of what that dreadful disease is. Trouble?-Listen, brother, love is the sickliest sickness that is. And I am the most pitiless author that is. So poor Frederic is in for trouble that is trouble. , 1 -V.. so 'f , ' 5 'ti' . '. 2i'u,.'f. 1 ffrjjx ", 'W-wg ,ti '-'.5 ' 1' l ' . 4113... - ' L ' ' 3' -X-'L mi L',i--"Q if".v,,1.5Q ,w . . -X. ' ' ' ' 3 i. , , . ,gg-1 53,3 ef- 1 'nj 1' .rin vy.-,, 4 .. . ,,--. ,X - iv., T I ,Z Eff LSWVL-7? . 4 H. is ,fix . I . .V ltzxgl. 3 , 41 . Nm LUN- G A A 3 ' 1. as 4' . V. If IQ X . 1 ' iflfl ' ' 1 ' H lip . IN! jr' 2. 'i f I, r I M ,JY 'y rnuxff ,r I ,v 3 ' ' Iwi .. lim-,,.. 7 I 1 ' v .. tum fl ' .ff gl ' fi uf ind ix' i "0 ,W 5.2 3' ., , 'A 'inf .51 ras f ' fl ' I ., 1...- nf ,. , 'f - if ,' : fi 5 - .. Y .- .., .. 4' ' ff "" - iff 5 ,ez '43i'g9'1 " ' ' v ' 'V . . '. . "'-7 3.3" KJ. '54 - .fl 1 5 if ' ' P. ' ' 511.3 772:""!- ""'Z'f"l"ff'i' fy'5f'J, ' 5' DECAMP SCHNICKE ' v 149 Mnrrrs AND Flsvnlcn f General Marhurg.. folonel Zarflo, . Yun Skmlzfs Staff 1 Major Garui. . ,.,... . .. l Major Yagow ,4,.. ...,.. . filandy Nihliek of Sc-utlanfl. . I Tommy Rott uf England . l Bitto Spumoni ol' Italy. . . i Ivan Rolova uf Russia .... Pedro Ajo of Spain . . . . The VYarLlogs ,.A... 1 Pierre cle Shellae of France. Marion Carroll. American heiress .4............, Betty Carroll. Marion's sister .... Ulcl Michael .......,,,.,,..,,.,,.... I Musical No. 11 Specialty Danf'ers,. Musical Xu. IS. . . . l Blusieal Nu. Q0 .... C ast lln orfler of appearancw-9 Major Boris lvarluv .,,, A Sergeant .,,.,..., Courier ...,.........,...,. Prince Rudolf uf Saealuna ...., . . . . Frederic Kyrelon. Prince of Yanaclia ..., . , f Baron Kihor. . P-' -F' lf-' . , unem lem 1 nc 5 .tatf I Gcnvml Umm Countess Tccla von Teufelstein . . . . Guno. Count Roscoe Felix mle CliequotfYicl1y. . . Karl von Skoda, Margrave of Kaspia . , . . Fred. A. Powers . , . .Malculm M. Ames . . . ,Clarence F. Hartman ... .Edgar Burr Lufh . . , .Evans L. De Camp . . . Lawrence Kimble , . . . . Edwin A. Buah . . . . .Selma Fischer . . Charles E. Meitus . . .Albert Helnlers . . . . .Milton Sachs . . . . . .lvillialn Popp . , . .Arthur Fennekohl . , . . . . .Lester Bossert . .Fred. P. Avillllllllilll , .,.,.. Arthur Swenson . . . .Herman A. Newman . . . .Rudolph E. Reimer . . . . . . .Richard Franz , . . . .Jerome Goldman . . . . . . .Harriett Schnicke fi Margaret Evelyn Terry . Q Dorothy Jane Rietrnan L Virginia McCue I . ..,.. Malcolm M. Annes , . . .Fritzi May Baker . . . .Blarie Kellerman . . . . . .Nancy Brown x 1 I. f i . ,J 451. .I MLC UE LUSH TERRY 150 A .ie The Fresh ainters' Concert rchestra. JOHN EIJYYARD CASTELLINI. llf77lllIlf'fOT FIRST YIULIN Prwo Jaines Werner. '29 M"1't"l1 RUU1- '93 l.fl.w.s1A.x1'c111f C'rmrlm'InrJ Robert Batlgley. 'QS Tm.m,m.S Edward T. Connor: 'QS Chmtleg Fulk. -31 lhemlure Aistrup. JS ,V V ' Llt'lll1116I' llitcliell. Q!! SENIXD YIOLIX 5 Carlo Weber. '31 V1-1RIN1'3T5 llarcus NVQ-lls. '29 YIoI..'x . , . . John Hill'gl'ilX'E. Q9 Abe-1-elperm. Q9 FLUTE HARP l Otto Gutenson. '31 Cornelia Leary. 'QS T RIETMAN Ensemble PONIES- Lucille Bardes, llary T. Bolger, lfary Dom, Phyllis Flanagan, Helen lIary Garri- son, Catherine Ginter, Edith Krebs, Edith Blae Lannners, Marion llc-Donell. Bertha BI. Miller, Laura Nead, Dorothy Nelson, Peggy Ryan, Jae Schloss, Florence Sudhotl, Isabell Townsend. SHOW GIRLS-Fritzi-llay Baker, Jeanne Ernst, Margaret. Gahr, Blaude Harris, Hazel Heintz, Naomi Hoffman, Bluriel Jones, Lucille Keck, Hazel Keener, Frances Lemon, Dorothy Lewis, Betty Price, Elsie Shewman, Lela Shewman, Edith BI. YYeh1nann. Ruth 1Yeitka1np. LTEN,S CHORL'S'ThOI113S Brent. Armstrong, E. A. Bergman. Charles H. Butler, Wlilliam J. Douds, James C. Ervin, llerritt. C. Farrell, Jack Grieshaber, Xvilliillll Hand. Ray A. Hilsinger, Charles L. Pfeiffer, Stanley Rhine, Harry R.. Shank, Louis H. TY6llI113.11, Albert G. Wright. Dale Edward 1Yrigl1t, Edward Zwicker. 'i.,-lex. 15 -ge Y f V H .. V H rr' ' ' - . -'uh , f- -W .,4 - f - V K V . af 1 .7 ,sf ' Ev. :, 7 ' " ' f . ' ' " . ' . I I V ag I I ' . g. 1' 4 . 0 1 . . , ha -. ,- ,. ,. 4 M - , - A f ,. , K V- .. , , , '- -I 'H i .. . V. x . .- . - , . Y y y , .,,, - - I , A f- .. . Q. ,I 5 w J 1,-A 'I ,' ,' Y , ' x v 1s"vf,ST".? - 'se H , , 'D f W -ff gfwy .- - 'W il. , S L -Y 'Q gf fr., ,- - an " -31 ..' J'-... Las. ' .wg 'R' saab".-Q c-.wzngf ' f 151 'Ln e 'ffa n Q.. F resh ainters f-if ri! .xx -ix-il iv OFFICERS V' ' if 'n v - - .sf Inmvix Iv. LEv1. , ........ ..,... P resident , , DOROTHY D. CAROTHERS. . , . .Vice-President ' rf' EDITH HIM' LAMMERS. . . ..,.. Secretary , 'l ' A TVILLIAM H. VPAYLUR. , . . . .Treasurer ,Qi The Fresh Painters Club is an honorary association com Josed of ersons who " il . - played principal parts in the annual musical comedy productions, who held llI1pOI'- 'Q Q tant positions on the business staff, or who. for two years. took part in the choruses " Q" of the productions. . r l 1 The purpose of the clulm is the recognition and encouragement of Varsity "1- talent, the formation of a nucleus lor future productions, and the promotion of a j", social relationship among its members. fe., This year the F1 esh Painters have applied the fifth coa.t in the production of "The Silver Sabre." having produced previously: "Fresh Paint." "Lemme f UP. Alone." "Now I Ask You." and "lYonderful ble." 'V' .4 I -i rv 'ru V 'V , V, an Q, ., F ,i .- A xg - ,,, Q T ' . f 1 , ' .. 4x . . , 1: 5 - ,fx ' x ' ff 1 . - 'X ---'YB' 4 ' 'Q X ' . F' "- Q ' K - .T ,. 1 9 " " s T - A - g b ,,,: .- . fs .. - f r ' . K , h Q I N u f 1 "5 "' R- ' - X - 0- N- Q. Q . val. ' L -- , -P . is 1 o l 3 i ' . ' K: Enix- 1 p . X R N s R ' 1 'I Q ! Q '. :iff ',:" ' 5' ' Mrul 1 l .. .e -N 5 A, Q, 5 N 4, E , lv ' i .- Q -1 ' , "ii ' FI 1 A V ,Q ' Y I -1 -x A 4.-t,-. 'F ,Il Qifil Humphries Lew is Gassman Berger Ca rot hers Levi Taylor Jervis R laddux Boemer Chatfield ji Slerrclt Falming Baker Groppenlvacher Russel Sanger Y. Partl Lentz Ahllmurn Bolger Gould " Delfainp Brown Kirchmaier Klein Divers Butler Small Sehwarm XYest Mottern Sehroedel 'J' Lush Bake Auburn Reimer Cunningham Parker Curry Fischer Gilliam White Augert bl , A i 'Ph' .2 Qi ' 4 - K 7' L 7 , I ' i 4 A24 152 S 1 M 'UW' lv - "x X S X Kfre XMI? ' A -- , V ffg 4 D SN X' ' J9 ' Axim R iff Ji :ag-sgzfg K if X ,I Imi!l!!!illlI22l -- Jij 1.V' mm 'W M55 ? I X xfmnaallmm I 1' W '--ff- wr :nw -"" 'I f SQ C1 AL CCC!-XSICNS he unior romenade BIARY T. Bomrin The old gyl1lIlilSilI11l was converted into a beckoning spot of beauty for that biggest social event, of the year. the Junior Promenade. Softly illuminated, just as if filled with the light of a summer moon, the Prom Garden was supremely appointed. Hidden in the shadows of tall. stately Columns, there were garden Seats built especially for those adected by the lassitude of the vernal season: while arbors and rose laden trellises captivated the dancers and led them farther into the reahn of roses and white. Drawn from her hiding place in the depths of the garden. the Queen of the Promenade, Blary T. Holger. appeared through the unfolded leaves of a rose bud and was intro- duced to the assembled inerrymakers by that Prince of Speakers. Dean C handler. Then the Queen was seized by her admirers and the dance went on. only to break up with the lassitude that comes with the early dawn. 15-1- COMMITTEE CHARLES S. AD.-mrs .... . . , .... . . . . XVILLIAM K. DIVERS. . . . Olga Knocke Ruth lYeitkan1p Sarah Earls Dorothy Carothers Arthur Fennekohl CHARLES 5. ADAMS . . . . . .Chairlnan . . . . .Vice-Chairman Vincent Tl19lZlI1d61' Allen Stone Harold Stoner William Maxwell Divers Maxwell Fennekohl Stone lVeitkan1p Carothers Earls 155 Thelander Adams Senior op The biggest and best! Support your Class! Coin the ten lurid luring shekels! Come to the Senior Hop! Well, it all went off very nicely. didn't it? Nice music, nice corners, nice Dean Chandler to tell us in his nicest manner that the Junior Corner was the nicest and also who the lucky stiff was. The corners were rather more than nice-the usual ingenuity of the denizens of old Bfehlieken Halls created a Freshman Ship of State. a Sophomore Valentine fhow these children's fancies lightly turn to thoughtsiof love!D and finally a Junior conception of Y. C.-the center of the universe! N ice, what? JOHN BACIIMAN llarion INTL-Cord Dorothy Lewis Dorothy Todd Virginia. Speidel James Stroud CUM MITT EE . . . . .fliairman Sidney Mfeyers lYilliam Borneman Norniau Auhurn Virgil Schwarm Betty lvellen 156 4 ' 'lb 4 I i I1 xt l 1. 1 ,.,., J r' 1 r , f x A ! H.-m..gFn,! I I 5 -fr v . , A ,,- Sophomore Hop Streamers of white, showers of colors cascading from the central globe and blatant streams of music neath varied-colored lanterns shed fun and gaiety over all those who did the Sophomore Hop. Laughter and lights, fun and frolic, dating and dancing, music and merrymaking, prisms and punch-another "good dance" is checked from the calendar and we have a new crop of wizards of finance. Yea, Sophsf COM M ITT EE IDAYL HECKEL .... Catherine Ginter Blargaret Hillis Jane DeSerisy Blarion 1IcDonnell Wilmer Highlands .lack Grieshaher Charles lloore Alice Eckman John Reinllart Erma Pfleger James Erwin Mary Bucher Donalfl llcffonnell f'larenc'e Hartman Douglas furrie Roberta Flynn Thomas Clifton Betty Price , . . . . .Chairman Jule Reif lvilliam Oswald Hazel Heintz Wendell Cayman Helen Garrison Lucille Keck Carl Gerringer Patricia Sharkey ai , 'bgggf' 157 N X my -X ,fi R WQWA' 54 49. j v? if 'Rx I fx aww X y a, ' in X f' q H 'Ti 7' 2 . 7 1 - ,ZX ? igahiggg f 'NME 5 Trl ' 1 .gg W1 NJ 1 , 1- X ,V Ml mr f ff ll J ' V . lx I ' 2 Y MT:-'rl ,lf- IW - . x 1 - '?UWZ I I 1 , J ,m , IMU1 If T 1lTiif,lW I f ly IJEMEIIQ IEW 1 L-1.1 F1Xrx1Ei2w 4 1 ni . X fm . . - , , - ' , , E N kx ki. 1 ,vvn -,'Sff,lMylI 1-.'lMPM'1flH!fliN'I,HH!x Hllvhli 'lm 5 I +1f ff mm, 'ffm .Er , ,,,,, .... - '- ,,, w 'f'Iff: X N ,WS Yi J 'N 'f 'UJ! W, u V . " Wi- I' 1If fsff",kzf:iliLf X ' H 'I+ 1 IH 1 U i M J "W WI MII f ' M H 352 01 W ur. Wg' m H Nw1mQUWlMMm?feQwMH'fQM5WW , ,,,,, f F? , ,K I Zn' W llll Q, I TH!- ff" Wu-2 X I f f f 7 x' 1 Freshman Reception One more milestone passed! Reineniher November twenty-fifth, Freshmen? White and green, green :incl white! Pale pink niusie Sliacling into Crimson at times: pink pnneh shading into white later: niee pink girlsAniee green boys. Nic-e time, too. Nice! Gone all too soon! Reineniher your reception, Ereshinenfyour tirst dip into the vat which eolors social life at If V.: this time a. green and white one with ai dash of pink-nice. What? COBHIITTEE ROBERT CORNVIN .... ..... C 'huirnian Ethel CQroppenhzleher Helen lleyers George Elliot Chester Sterrett Yvonne Partl Thelma, Eshnian Evan Chzitheld l Y 158 Wop Skuftel An epidemic of red and white posters for far sighted people, only. warned the University Society of the coming struggle. The night itself was definitely assigned to its place in the social calender by a time clock. This instrument of toil recorded each fray between Co-op and Co-opette in a "shovel like" program which closely resembled paddles. Other badges of the Order of Labor and Love were white caps, worn jauntily over one ear and punch served from shh-a still. There was music, too, beneath the shimmering haze of red and green lights, all of which made the Skuffel as predicted-a bang-up Good Time. CODIMITTEE COOKE BENTON ,... ,..,.... C l12lil'1l13.l1 Richard Jervis Mike Colacurcio Virgil Schwarm James Peel Richard Cunningham Tony Edwards Carl Bumiller Arthur Eilerman Harold Stoner 159 ilitary all Red, YYhite and Blue! The Gym was alive with it. Flags everywhere-pennants of the colors everywhere, and all neath a huge dome of red, white, and blue ribbons, caught up in the center. Uniforms of Khaki, lots of them, strangely familiar. mingled with the variegated colors of feminine evening clothes. Then the marc-h and the flashing swords of the officers as Sc-ahhard and Blade calls its pledges. Thrilling! Vvhat? VVhy the Hfilitary Ball of 1927, of course. COMMITTEE EDNVARD NORTUN .... ,..,, ...,...,., ..,,. C ' h airman Gurdon Lillibridge Fred Dixon William Hagemeyer Ward Dabney Paul Aslihaugli Charles Herfurth 160 ,,v"u.'u v i". QW IIN llllll 9 Q Eg? Elm W "India S hull! f bfe Lo Q42 mv" Q ,,,.2:S xx 5 , A Wo. 6 ---f 6 fi- i will-n NX! L ITAXQV ,. in l ---V . -v --. .. v-- 1 1' Q -- f. . x ,Q ,xllxx ,L .xH1.v,'-.1-A, FUI: 1 Y - .- X, .. f e .H -Q -. Ja' JOHN T. GEARY Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, P. BI. S. K T. The desire and hope of every nation is peace. The best minds everywhere seek the removal, or at least. the lessening of the root causes of war. Realizing that we live in a world of actuality. the present National Defense Act authorizes the partial military training of the young men of our colleges and universities for positions of leadership. should a national crisis demand their services. The young men of our R. O. T. C. units are loyally supporting the government in its National Defense Policy. Wlithout their support and the cooperation of the other departments of the University of Cincinnati. the military units here could not function efficiently. o,N"f 1 J., i ..- 1 :Pvc ft. .fn ,,'d-4 ,AJ .pf xxx. U Kgs 'L . ,n " 4 ,'Y if' ' l ix' N." X i "fx ,fv lf. I I ,Ds lkdl l'.4 P51 p 4 N. ' A ,iff 0, ' .ift 4 I :V rf .1-r cv' ws fh 3 .1 51 if 4 Q1 1 ',.'N P ' 1 -n. I. f, y.- 1'-' Jkhl l fl ' 49 LTA .ff :Q "A wr ll V' , . x. 1 f-1. iff. r 'l KT.. ,...'. i 'Q ' '-In L.-fl r ,C N 4 ' W' if 1 V 'Q mel 'Eli W ,O xYf'J 'H D "' '7fv.1' -TA "" ' fr "" v-rw -Y 'fI""1'1P" -ri-'i I N N--.-,- , .' . g .gfv 7 ., -, ... w,,- 3, r",'-1 :AXA X , .ALJALL ,,4p, 1' 1 "TM I- .'v?.u-i si-iftf Er'ACN1....s"?.L!f!.'A' bbnm i T 'U l .XX-yy-, I 69 V . f 1 N .. ,' t. . 'V .4132 1351 lr' uv wr.. li' 2"---T 'k , Lie-ut. Claxton Capt. Hinclle Col. Geary Capt. Campbell Lieut Hughes FACULTY IN THE BIILITARY DEPARTBIENT Colonel J. T. Geary lst Lieut. J. B. Hughes Captain C. D. Hindle lst Lieut. YY. L. Claxton Captain H. L. Campbell lst Lieut. H. S. llliller ENLISTED DETACHBIENT V J. C. TAIIDDLEBROOKS ............,......,..... . . .Sergeant Y. NORLING .....,... . . .Sergeant J. A. MCCOMAS .... . . .Sergeant F. H. TATILLER .... ........... S ergeant A. T. DONAHUE .... . . .Private First Class H. H. HUFF ...... . . .Private First Class l- . I Il . Q liff 1' .N l mes, 1 WC. ,Au ' l- 3- 'lg""'1' 'TM I Q 'Q' lk.-j l ll-w U1 Norling Huff Miller Middle-brooks Donahue Md om is 5l,,f1 if ' 1:3225-74-231' - ' Ffl ' - ' A 163 F 3 ii 4 7' .- fi Cadet Sta Battalion I . it I A. R. BOTTLER.. ,.,.. Major H. C. HOSE .... ..,..., i Adjutant D R. S. CORWIN. . ..,.,....,.,,. Morale Oftieer - J. S. THEISS ..... ...., P lans and Training Officer '. 9 YY. NY. ROLFES . . . ..,.,...,.., Finance Ofiieer Q' i' V W. E. BULLOCK. . . .Ordnance Officer E. T. CR.awroRn .... .... S upply Officer G. H. BEST ...... .... B and Executive . A. J. CHAPMAN .... .,.,... . Asst. Adjutant VV. H. COBB. . . ........,..,. Asst. Morale Officer I N. J. SMITH .... sst. Plans and Training Officer R. YY. SHELLY. . . ...........,, Asst. Finance Officer A M A. J. FCHEXK. . , . . .Asst. Ordnance Ofiieer ' D. E. BIILLS ..., ..,. . Asst. Supply Offieer ' - V J. H. JGRLING. . . ..,. Asst. Band Executive i 'Tw , 'rj' A. R. BOTTLER T Cadet Major, Battalion I 2 The members of the Reserve Otlieers Training Corps helieve in the military policy of the lfnited States. Under this ,'-,J policy the eountry is being prepared for national defense, so that its citizens. knowing that their rights will be protected. ' 1 V may enjoy peace. ' ." The qualilieations of the students of the College of Engineering and Commerce fit them into this plan. These students ' l 'J realize the importance of military preparedness and are giving their time to improve their worth to their country. 'T' Yve who have completed our work in the Reserve Offit-ers Training Corps feel that the lfniversity as a whole should realize what important work is ht-ing ac-eomplished in the Military Department. and by a friendly attitude. help it achieve even greater suet-ess than it has in the past. A. lt. BOTTLER. Cadet Major, Battalion I. - ri' . lf? 'nl ,.: 4 sr 4 s fi r if ir1'l I3 - V24 'Tal -1 A skip 'i ' " H., :'.' Schenk Smith Chapman Jorling Mills Rolfes Shelly Cobb I1 Theiss Bulloek Corwin Bottler Hose Best Crawford 5 if 7."N v , -.7',' 'Tv "" we --v v-vvkvrf-vwri-v 1 v"., v' , ' .ti-t'P'l 51-v'1 P'-f254H.'fie:. 3.03: .Lai 225 izgilisr ...syx f., 164 F-11 . 'I .-,A 1 1 . .. .,.-,.-V fra. ' .A - v . , .. N 32.1-fx'-'L 'Fig ' rua? Ffva-I . 'Fl' is ' .4-. adet Staff .ifsl Ajj Battallon II , fl 1 1 ,f all ' iff .. .2 3 .W A -. ' li". f. W. F. SCHANZLE ..., ...., B Iajor . sl . i,fJ..z W. E. Gnosse ,... .,...., A djutant ' Q if E. M. NORTON .... ,..,... ..,... IN I orale Oflicer J. J. BIICK. . . . .... Plans and Training OHicer I N. J. BUKEY .,.... .......... F inance Omcer Qi O. E. PIENKOYVSKI .... . , .Ordnance Officer l 1 G. E. L1LL1BmnGE. . . ...,. Supply Officer C. W. PENNINGTON ..,. ..... B and Executive F. DIXON ......... ....... A sst. Adjutant if-pn H. P. Boxcnnn ...............,. Asst. lNIorale oem P. S. Asrrnsrcn. . . Asst. Plans and Training Officer Q11 J IV. DABXEY. . . . . .,........ Asst. Finance Ofiicer ILVDF C. HI'RFl'RTH .... . . .Asst. Ordnance Otlicer L T' f VV. C. CURL .,., ..... . Asst. Supply Officer Vngrfl IF. J. GRABO ..., . . , .Asst. Band Executive l I: I . 15,1 We if .. 174 3' i QA , W. F. SCHANZLE fu li ,L A cadet Major, Battalion II 1' , 31- " , , . s im: Under the efficient direction of Regular Army Officers, the R. O. T. C. unit has so steadily increased in popularity that ly 'fi Ai at present it has gained Widespread recognition. 1 H 'll l Contrary to general opinion, it does not invite War, but rather insures that our country shall at all times be in a state if .ll Q, V A' of national preparedness, constantly guarded against insurrections or other infringements upon our rights as citizens. if -l fl In preparing ourselves for olu' future work, we of the R. O. T. C. have gained from the Military Department that which -'jf i 'ti J, has made us fully realize our obligations to our government under whose protection we have thus long lived. 'JA l 3 J lNIa.y the good work be carried on with even greater fervor than in the past. f 1 f V ' - ll", i WM. F. SCHANZLE, Cadet Major, Battalion II. , 'N fb I H , ll 'Lui' .HQ .' - I U Q rl Il a. P- ff ., ' -t at ' ' J - l F 'F l A ' i it nfs ' J NQN UL 9 . li if sl ' ESQ - 3 gd ,ic fr 'I . ff, Q f -rl l f .. 'fs kj V ai i pl Tfffil gl 'll nf. ' 5 at ff! lift' fv,,:l ri . 5 ijlili Bukey Lillibridige Dabney Cur Hurfurth Dixon Grabo 1 : ii I 1 Ashbaugh Pienkowski Grosse Schanzle Norton Mick Pennington 'Jig' A I 'li . F , ' vu Q 1 ?,.'-'dgfwvr T1-v' "7- ow 'fs 1 r -f-WN . 1 Q - ,E Y lifQfl.1if:7.'2Ell.-..f.'g'- LQ '.Q .13-'., 1' 4 V ' ' I ' . v A K YJ. , 'Q ' A v F 'Aa A -, t 1 165 ..., r ,- . 1 1., 1 fl' yn.-.Q-1. ,l,,1 A ' A ' " '- I Cadet ffioers Battalion I MAJOR A. R. Bottler FAPTAINS G. H. Best WI. E. Bullock E. T. Crawford YV. YY. Ralfes RIC. Brown N. J. Bukey R. S. fl0l'XVIl'l H. fl. Ho,-ze J. S. Tneisf. RSL. Hilsinger N. Arnold E. IV. ffhattieltl R. N. Humphries B. R. Reed W. KT. Benton . F. Blickley W. K. Borneman U A. H. Exon R. F. Feiler YY. Grasfeder L. O. H. Henritzy VV. L. Hoel . B. Holle . E. Holt S. A. Huffman B. R. Krift I.. H. hlartin INI. F. lAI3.1tll0XYS R. A. Nordquest B. J. Roof L. R. Seliaell V. M. Schwarm A. O. Vitz H T E. P. Rei:-hard A. W. Riggs B. Y. Strotliuian G. C. Toepfer H. E. Wiehr IV. R. YVeise VV. R. Zellner C. H. Anderson G. T. IYelt'h INT. P. Anderson A. L. Benjamin E. G. Bennett IV. E. Bonser E. N. Bristow A. D. Brittingham A. L. Bruestle M. D. Brustad M. V. Buhr J. B. Donnelly S. N. Duer J. C. Hndel31roc-k VV. P. Ft-gley C. L. Gallinlore FIRST LIEVTBNANTS H. P. Bonc-her A. J. Chapman YY. Dabney J. H. Jorling SEVON D LI ELTEXANTS H. L. Garrison L. C'. Gilhert YY. G. Grant J. L. Grier E. H. Hagner IV. A. Haninielrath YY. B. Hand R. H. Hart F. I. Jac-obs R. D. Wortendyke BI. E. James D, G. Jeneks H. L. Lowe B. A. INIayl1all E. P. Naberhaus L. H. Nicholson H. Rice G. YY. Sc-liroedel J. A. Lhl R. J. Van Yyven D A. E. Mills J. Sc-hen:-k H. w. 5119115- N J. Smith II. E. Wlirner J. J. Williams B A. Wilson T. Woelllin R VY. Angert VV. P. Bennett A L. Beck VV. K. Bergen J. L. Biehn H. A. Blair M. Brant P. H. Brueeku G. L. Burke H. A. Zorn E A. Bush F. J. Dost J. F. Dunham Y V. Fischer H. R. Francis 61' J. XY. uvyt-koff IV. H. Ivilson L. J. Davis L. T. Aistrup tr. R. 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P u ,,.Nt QSM! - r' W 1, 'I fi l f Ya' ff . 4 s ' t' 'HA .lJK'l'i. l nat .-.... nn-, as -.. 1 A I Y of-Q I ,. 1. 1 5. 4 - vw- v L -.-Y ..,.. , 4 for 'TF -rxfg, ' 4 1 v .. , - 9 V -wh L, I . . . ei ,- , ,a , , YY. E. Grosse VV. C. Hagemeyer E. Lillilmridge J. A. Dalve Hoppe R. B. Roberts D. Allbright B. XY. Craycraft E. H. Eiek C. R. Einfalt R. L. Ennis YY. D. Griffith C. F. Hamnlel J. E. Hastian H. Heliie I. J. Jenkins VV. E. Jones H. C. Lothes D. NI. Lontz D. Maitland P. VV. Menard A. E. Peterson G. F. Roth C. A. Smith Cadet Hioers Battalion II MAJOR YV. F. Schanzle CAPTAINS J. J. Mick C. W. Pennington L. G. Schweir-kart E. M. Norton J. E. Winter YV. G. Van Satin O. E. Pienkowski E. Frankewielt FIRST LIEUTENANTS E. C. Strothman W. C. Curl C. Hurfurtli J. E. Middleton P. Ashbaugli F. Dixon XV. J. Cummings F. R. Nagley VV. H. Cobb YY. J. Grabo D. J. Hutton F. R. Todd SECOND LIECTENANTS A. H. Swenson G. Neumark E. E. Fancher YY. L. Wvise N. A. Olson R. S. Geran R. B. Yvithrow J. YY. Peel J. H. Harry J. E. liurres R. Reimer F. Hinrichs J. J. Campbell J. K. Riggs L. H Huntley L. BI Campbell M. F. Shinaliarger E. B. lleyer L. H. Coffin YY. P. Smith R. T. llezger M. J. Colacnreio C. H. Stevens H. A Newman DI. C Farrell R. C. Tac-kenlierg G. T. Oberklein S. K. Gray P. 5. Totnian A. F. Otte L. H. Harrison C. C. Winter O. G. Rutemiller E. L. Heinle M. D. Woodruff J. B. Sheblessy A. C. Herman H. A. Baldwin C. F. SteinlioH G. A. Hoffmann G. E. Barton H. H. Tomason E. L. Keck J. J. Bauman P. R. Cnthank G. A. King L. A. Bohlander VV. C. Wootton G. F. Koch R. YY. Conway F. J. Young L. L. Lamborn F. W. Darling H. Strnmpf A Lo. ..- H, Us 167 ,, N- 1 K'-XZ? 2.e,24,f'Qm 1 V! 'Q f J i n?'? xx ff I X ,K I M Q X 1 X E 'X A E23 i if li Q ,W X H362 1 5 ' '1 'uWSii'1u1 ,fi awww I1l': 1 ml vm! W 'JJ I I w ?N "'4 K J. ll I I I ix., We N kN,,,-L u VU gi-1,52 I' 5 N R I 1 -ve' '2.,f 1 E1 f fa NNIII Trl XX' 'ax 'iam 1 . v ,,. W X ' 3' ,f 11" f -4"fa11wWw flpggzs- , 1 UW if TW M11 W 1xxNW1x . A Mm' +V WH w 1.1 L M , i ijm xq gll HW E 'IQ M MR' ' N3 lH 5gX1J LffL,L5' H 1 :Till ' ' -"g,lL,,1,l .1- Abls F X N - f '- "u m-'N . 'p x - 5 n' ,. J, 1 V Y A 1 ,fiix , ,gb'- ,. A ftp If L I ' "'. 'Lt1"- V O! R , I ,Y -7. '-1.J,J sv I X w rx 1 f x N P R x . A 3 31. , ,g, . I ,..w -'S .-1 ': 4 if., . J. ,- r.1 .51 ."l .lin L xx . I . fl? .-v .glut S ,J .IN lfuxj .gif nf 'rw' -If VJ 92.5 ff. ,Ts yn.-1 ' 1 ff :lf -K , 1 .- -, Fi'- :PY Lil DQQ1 Lf-'LQ 7,L,f1 VH .t.a1 -er Lp.: LQ! x gc. 51 Fl J ll. A flux.-1 gl L 'G WY. 1 7' -l J .4 zlvl K 1 WW K-wg ri- i ' 'f n". I 1 "1 AM? C' J n ,Q is . N..,1 Q, v f 'r V - f,h."Y he R.. Q. T. C. Cadet The lVIilitary policy of the United States divides our army into three components: The Regular Army, The National Guard, and The Organized Reserves. Just as the business World has recognized that college men are the best leaders, so the United States Government has recognized their potential value as officers and is training them to be the leaders of the Reserve Army. In his first two years the R. O. T. C. Cadet is taught the fundamentals of military work. In this Work he not only learns the mechanical movements of drill but he also learns valuable lessons in discipline and respect for authority, and has impressed upon him the meaning of patriotism. Meritorioiis work in the basic course entitles a limited number of cadets the prixilege of con- tinuing their military studies. As one of the selected group the cadet enrolls in the advanced course and commences to specialize in work fitting him for a particular branch of the service. Upon completion of l1is specialized training he is commissioned a Reserve Officer and assigned to the skeleton army which the National Defense Act has created. This skeleton army, in time of a major emergency, will be Hlled in by reserves from our civilian population. These reserves must then undergo intensive training and it becomes the duty of our Reserve Officer to train these men and lead them in the defense of their country. At all times the cadet can serve his country by directing public opinion against the propaganda of those misguided individuals who feel that we can safely lay aside the means of protecting our institutions. He does not desire war but realizes that we cannot as yet enjoy perfect. security without a background of military force. SECTION I va 29 L ra, Fr? frfa te' 'eff rid ' ' . 1? gg iff? Fig, Ii, V J. ." lay l all if-1 Sify l gan YQ A A .Wi PM .ggi fn-' vlfaj i 5-'T y 'gil l E5-ii r rw! ' ll 'ln avi V M". ici! yn: 241' . W 5554? M tail 254 .pf l '3 n 1 la ,, .Wig .W-.f ' Q .Ir J-T w-yy ... '.. '-- s . .J L. . . ..-J W i s . 7 ,. -' N .7 . - . . . E", . A it ' il H' 'i 'nfw ft. -. .1'fw1i-..rmf- ww ws Tk . 168 1 The Colors The army salutes and remains at rigid attention. while the civilian in reverence and respect removes his hat, at the sight of the national colors. It is not that the thirteen stripes of red and white represent the thirteen original states or that the forty-eight stars on a Held of blue represent the forty-eight states of our nation, that causes this response. It is not even that the red por- trays virility and strength, the white purity. and the blue grandeur of the universe, that people remain in awe at the display of the stars and stripes. Xvllftt, then. do the "Colors" mean? In those colors we see the virility and strength of our nation and the purity and grandeur of its ideals. We see the sacrifice of thousands of lives that have gone to maintain this nation. Wie see the west, the east, the north, and the south. We see vast fertile fields, great industrial Cities. It is not just Colors that are passing by, but the nation itself is moving before us, embodied in that simple cloth of red, of white. and of blue. SECTION Il 169 '-gf' ilkryl QKCP' at- 'J . ,X lt,3f by l"5'1 ,ff I. V. .w .ff-il itll ntl " 1 1 'K tal .gmt if Ji qfilii til .1 . .witl It-'f '.,f-.ii .1-, i I '11 dv, .ri yirmjl tiff 1T'v 1 J' i-. iifj L .A' ll. 1531-i :lift lxti nd f itil' ..1, V 1' lvgqll .!..'f4 :run i. i l .v7"f P 4 V,-. ' mt, 4 .,. fr 4 if i al, M . i' , Fai' law fi if vu: 1 3f'i,'Q . . gi...- HL" l , . .. ' ' - C '1.'.'C7T'f5i fiffil"?:ii""'M-Ali'7' "'?: Jr' ':5i'T217T' '.T-be ' Slflr 'g'L.C?.l"12-.'7ffl.gS4f'. .. 'J' -' F .152 l X 5 Nl I XN,-.LkQ..E'J'ff3li'5."LffQLIl5+' QU l. ' l l R O I C R tl I J A ' .. . . . 1 e ea m 5 . i D. J. HUTTON .... .. ..... President LT. H. S. MILLER ,... ........... C oach L. H. NICHOLSON ..... .... X lice-President 'fra JOHN THE1ss ...................................... Team Captain El Thls year the direction ot the Rifle Team and Rifle Club which function as one orgamzatlon, T91 y has been turned over to tl1e lVIilitary Department by the Athletic Association. Wlhile under the direction of the Association, it was customary to issue minor sports letters to those earning -Ulf them. This year, the practice will be discontinued and a new kind of award will be given to those J l who participate in seventy-five per cent. of the matches, providing that the same per cent of matches xi are won by the University team. At the beginning of the season this year the team was handicapped by the loss of several men 'sill who where consistent in their good work. However, after sumcient practice the team rounded kiln' into shape and began adding up the victories. The Hrst. match to be lost this year was with Johns gg Hopkins University. Two teams were entered in the fifth corps area match. but ne'ther succeeded in winning the i 14 contest. The individual scores turned in. however, were very good. A MEMBERS OF THE TEAM ti It J. Theiss F. Kroenche H. Lewis VV. Smith all L. Nicholson J. Eckert L. lNIcConnell R. Stander t A J. Baker H. Semler A. Graif E. Johnson D. Hutton P. Chandler R. Hauck B. Bretz ' fr ' H. Delieck F. Sparks T. Rushmore E. Hanson ffl E. Hales M. Cottrill R. Brown Kline 'Z --Nil J. Brown R. Wvilliams R. Smith Stabler igki B. Satchell y yi 1 is 'm"'W'if'i'W""'w :rc .I , lf: 'nl PC A f rf 'yi 0.1 V A. '1 I QQA' FI? SEC: toil -I if' ' ' 6 ri 511 531, ,ot ,331 Wi .KW tfrff' rf' SECTION II i .ffl J-". 0 a. e .. .,. iii ' I." ' '."if0"f1'E7-f T: 'T i C'fT""iIf.f C' r if If-.y I 43. TTT' "W - x ' ir. 4 364 n.T"'.4 'wgtfl "'4C?:g,s'L.i 'X!.tl".'?iL'4sTL'i 5 170 f'T"""-V 1' '1 1. l DH W W2 5 Vis' . W HQ. y. -. 15.4-'I QV' 1:11 L. -fm w':x5 lsf 'J '1 W a'V r, '. H, y w. .N 1 .F 41 L f , Z, L n K e x w' T!!! Nfl ,J w I N E ,- sf ' 1 ,N A. ,, M 22-'i .. n ,. N.. , V, fin! 5' . 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A 1..j"'- .x, "JL: -, .fgtigx fgfslanv 4-JM' ff I I 1 4 , 1 fr 1 T A i, T '-2 3 U Q .1 1 .K K M 4 ff' Q :- i 1 ' :'- V A a -I ff X b N A 1 g'1 Q A, ,. N., 1 M, xi X f , I y , i E 2' Q, - Q 4 1 1: 1 , j ? : za 1 7 7 Et: 7 U E S gi, - R E E F' g if x I Q S Qing ' "P N. " 1 , ' " "' ' , "" "' 'Y' "" """ " VW JA li if vw ki PM .. , W MLEG W K I I ,, - Y Q., .,., y 7,2 .X -- , 'f ' '..'v'e. ul-5 7-vw iff- TQ., ,1- w 3- ':1?!-'1Yb"- Ua' S- 2 f:f1,1 ,,g'5 5' ,u lx ' ,Q :T ., l A-Qfy, if -i'. .C f "Hg, y l N U, :I ' 5 , 1 I ! - .:' If , 1. 1 1 1, ,., .. . .l' A Y 1 H A " 35 ' , ,.'.. Q- H V . A , 'ILiMMI.! 214- 'L 5, . . ' fxviein :taint : ' 2,2121 "Q'llI11K-KI " Q17 ' f2512Q1? T ' 'Ori ,-.Zi 2 .bf- hvr' .J l u 5 A ' 5 To old iNIclNIicken, each year, when the autumn leaves begin to fall, we welcome many newcomers among our college mates, who come, thirsting for knowledge, and intent. upon the pursuit of happiness. "CHIEF iWIOORElS AUTO LAUNDRYU Then comes a day when the Council of Six, in solemn array and in serious purpose, temporarily becomes a crim- inal court of high justice, to try and to pronounce justice upon the cases of malicious co-frosh offenders. 'JFHE Dom! COMES TO LIFE" The stern Yigilantes. ferreting out the younger members of our great University circle. know that only by means of severe discipline and actual manual labor can true education be attained. Consequently, the cars of many promi- nent campus people permanently lose that school-girl complexion. "IN THE NAME OF THE LAW" me E , , ,W E531 9' , iran., ,,.,.g- ,W W, X E, , . . i if y 5 A - ., J Y L' 43 -fi! I"-va t 7 -i" l .i ---, ,'.i.. an , '..i,,'i,',',., 4 fi' , 1 ua "FRIDAY'S PEP IJAYU Hep! Hep! He1'e c-ome the lil'6Sl11l16'I1l It does us good to see them entering wlioleheartedly into the undulutions of the snake dance-hriglit grins stretched broadly beneath their red. black, and green "pots." IKY Avrrow or 'rim Bomm ,Y "All A 3, ' nil '- 'A.l"1' 17-L ,f v- - .' 5, .. , 4 , 1 H kin. , ..j , I -n ol Q - If , 4 1' r I ,Q .. I I 1 s ,Q ' The newcomers are early Hlltlated lnto Y -8 our Friday Ways of generating pep. Spirit, H, bl 4 Y and Vocal volume. Only the guardian ' lions of old llehlieken remain silent -4 , 1 1 amid the din-hut they have hearts of Lf stone! V, V 'nw .nd fy! 5.471 I .J . J fig' van' F1314 he 54 g , '.-J y fl! , L 4 ,f Xu, , I '41 4 G: l 1 PV .uni rgfi r .. F'- 1 ,F .' , ,W .L N! . ,.,1 "1-'RESHMEN TO THE Timex" P' .Pg Au i Ji VI riff .., --.3 x',, Lf 'E y'5 s'if Just what this freslnnan has done-or ,- ', has failed to do-we do not know. hut ,, . . . ,. 5 V 1t. must luiye been ai serious oftense. ,nf . n 1- T ' or the Council ot bix would not look f, ', I so solemn. -Xt any rate we can see fl, that the Executive Board is acting. ,lj I we '..,l 3 :ffl lawn sf' so " :ff .Q , .- ' 4 l, ,AJ 7,1 -., -w.f.'.-ff?-7-,I 1,-R-,- if' IH f"'1 est." wh " tux' ' 1' .z'X'l."+P. -- ., f.. -. .MX .'--- v Q. 4- -...--- -.. J-, ..- l .' .La '. I In ' u , 4 w T'-rl-QQFYTI-Afrlrrr, iw V- YY Y Y Y 'YY' wif, Y A, , 4 Y 'Y Y -'S 'NN 'f,,.1f, fqw 1' x1y'Nf.,xf 13 K 1 ,, .. . ,ru ,f , X3 -, kr. ... Q' y . . ' V ,M L' ,4:L?1'fl.QF.4i.. . -+V Qtilf 1.3ZL,l - . WNW ' -.:.. - . ,' ,., .,i.4,......- . f ,. . , ' . - .fn , ,, -fx-.-.Ah pg, s i' 1,5 ,. . -5,-r ,f 4 iff I is at Z AJ ' x x F - l : it Mg! 1 -1 L 1- lf 5771, hs?.?' l ' i 7' A QI?" i 'nl 991 ff-'. ,, Alix: lffili ' ' 'l Next best to n1aking a winning touch- hi-41' Y," down, comes the thrill of leading the 5-fly' lik?-44 cheer that honors it. lvith their bright ,irq i if-.ii red jerseys and cheerful grins, this L' 2, bm noisy crew keeps our enthusiasm way up. rw'i wifi vfjfw i '73 Tir' rn-V "YEoW, BEARCATSV' L fy!! i an ., , , ,A , :lv--1 5 wi' 5' - l llflfj lift U 1 I 5 J-IQ D. Aim.. 3 ni J: , W Frm,- ' 'Llp 'Ji , ' r. ,. t . . . iivji ttyl With a full stadnun, an excited crowd, ,Qi flgt a doughty opponent, and a crisp autumn tn day, who could resist the call of the ..',4',i kiwi game? lil gl W4 W? Wig-itil any ' bi' rv Gi, TW ,im W will "Two MINUTES T0 Go!" ff- fl' 'f if .M Nj I it Stl Fr,-' ", ,xl N . AJ. , LfL."vr Wm- il rrr' if? ' ! 'gig' , 1 , H1 kin' N tray, ltzzfi. 1' L: fi L! fc " H , ip! fi 4 . . . K. f li If-4 The Ponies, serving their Alma lVIater ,il ensemble, sell programs at the games. They make good news-hawkers, for fy., ',i fy. they have long since learned the advant- 1.5 y if ages of advertisement. lf A--I1 ,I W f-Bw 54 i-IW V' f f Q' my - ,W ly-e. , tk if-'a Hi HIT PAYS TO ADVERTISE" P1-3 1-ff: , , 5.71 N , A L , ,Awww ,F mn, t , W J e r ,-Q, . - ., 'lg..'i',f if 'L wfrifffeifv'-3 ff fg-1"17: fsfs f+?lii4-Pl C.: 4: s my -ff?j.n1 s-:LQffL.S5.4:?"..1-: , I , , I Z 1220 nf H a x x fifn X 1 x . I L- I 1 f ' "f" ,-f .V .4 . , , , . 3 .ZX X , H x ' . Im 'Hui af 5 N :Zi ix , jj V4 EX H' H, r. ' V , 'Mr , f f K I , Q Qf - 1 X L. Y H NI C ' fl! V mm? 'f..,lW'f ..,- --'A m W'WMlW'xfl!l WV11ll3" V JU' ' ll I ' 'A 'V J IW I I 'MU' -5,5 rf - 4'! , ""' I 'II' I '7I1,f"f'f'!f7f:'HI 'Q-7lHH'7UX I T X3 i f . 1 7 " ' r 'I-'-JN-if 'E' Ns! I' Q' II Y W If ! Wfr HIL. Jaxx 'L 4, ,HI X -2" fx' ht' f 2 'ly 4 f. M , W flp hplmsf f N7 M m 'r ' 'ww Wil W wiv!! "ll MV' Wifl? W0 . 1 ,, ,, ,,. a, nl Hu, A fl'-5. 4 11 ' H f1M-A y f f '-'-' '2 2 Z Q iff ' K 'WW ' vw-' vw uv -7- vw I f f-,-'+iv9 www. ,Y 't'fi,, i,'.','s',, f ' 41:1 'dn W-',-dn, ,'vf- T f fir- '- M " ' i ' 'V N N if W.Z,2'-W 'fibie-mf-.fr 1 l A i 1 5- w iii! A " "M" E Football, that most important part of the modern college curriculum, holds f at our complete attention at first. On Fall iff Homecoming Day this year, the most fri exciting game of the season was played, 'y if with VVittenberg. The youngest mem- '-ff bers learn that even Alumni-old and lg' hoary, may Wax enthusiastic. -fl!-A 3 Ag l ' A aff: ,N THE VVITTENBERG GAME R-f ii-4,-'1 . A, 5'1" J, IEW f- xl: I f1'f'.l4 sl ' 'fi pf' M . . If H The floats dlsplayed 1n the between- liffl halves circus parade evince startling ,Fw . . . . la' originality. The ever 1I10b1lC student mind discloses its versatility in every- yq.:-I thing from double-deck Fords to Autumn in all its glory. ,V 1 .I ' J 1 'M 1 1 J' ,iv W VW tiiilfl l-5:1 itll--1' .-nfs , is in ll, will .Q l 5 if.,41 WIN," 3.1. 'I VN . Y 'ul 65,4 iq ,x V, ':f'1 .U all i 5. kv ,f 'f 1. ll 4-' K. l"s'.'1 xlxfki . 2. -.ai iiill "li D. M.-xmas THE TEAM., I lik n, ' I 1 1 if, rx, ,K - . ,- , M S WT -i l-u-':c-- ' 4-' .:iL4.'!33':4E'--P-...fs N i V, --Wi 1 -V Triiiivi 'Q 'lv' . w 176 "BEN HUR HI1NISELFi, The Iota Chis. liaviiig attended "Ben Hun' ill a body, win the prize, O11 the strength of superior horsenianship. Kappa Delta, tlioroughly infused with the football spirit, appears in uniform. i , , L ! I Li. ltr, I 5? f' . 1 G1 he 'Em ur 1 i .N ld. 2.4, me I2 ' E33 fi Nl H 4 lL"nl -1" 'l 3 , 'Riff all r . l.7,.' lin 'wiki 53 , fall lair thi Lgfzi GJ S 'J Q, '31 pfifl L 1 rat 'ary-gfwf' 'vii -Tr ' ffi14.1?5i-1-iQ?ga'325-55414015331 r 0 ""-"""'l-"' ' ' ',i'i ' "' " ' "Hi ii, , ' - f f xl MU' "5""'5-T'Tf3'l,.""' vw' f" apic I, , Y 13-J.-13f2.v2ls1eQ1'iL1f"fc,QzI .I iw I V- I - I- 2 I f I- s - .I f .Tre f' I ,, f , I -W U ws , M - ,jg W i Q. Q X. E ' l -V Q I ki g 4 il! I 1 If 5 The Delts, with characteristic clever- ' , I . ' I Alf ness, go Ford one better, and really , Q ' '93--'4' show us how to make eight-thirty 'ymifl classes-those necessary evils so dis- 'fu concertin to the slumbers of the intel- ,T g ,X , H31 ligensia. '." ', fic' v.l V ,M I My 1, I lhgif! ttTHE CAMPUS HACK' I ' 1, IV.-an g " lfflf l will 4 'K ll gf i A ' I if " i '1 U.:-q y l?,"l FQ -, 1 'gi .F if' lift I-. 1 - i Changing from the ridiculous to the HL' , YJ sublime, we ind our Tri Delt sisters ' I , , . . extolling the virtues of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. Shades of Napoleonic ' I . ' 63 Ideals. I IME I 1, 4 . IM! , Lol ' haf .iGI!'E ME LIBERTY, on-" ,L F, V ' Ri: fi! I Q 1 v I ' 'Qi . ily-fl, ', M' If-U4 1, - - WZ 1 ilk," if f in hi: I I f H. fi V423 .- A Viv ' , f fig Charm, grace and beauty are combined P :rl r- I , J In the ensemble of the pony chorus, who rf'-' 5 fl . . lr of dance at the Cabaret Dinner In the 5 .' Commons. Such inspiration to the tired l", ' ,I-.Q Q! business men! Z' '. :js F-Iggy Q, ' Blu!! L' fl g' all 'QW l T 1 bib! 'V : 'L' l LiWE,RE IN THE CHORUS Now" A 9, . 9 I if Qt l 7, 5, , V, 1 A- , , l .' rg, .5 - f V y V Ya' H X- V .kb Va:-va I f 1 5, ,fqcl . E ATu..n,,,, .,., , U.- A V A' , l, t N..f:,, ., , A ' '--Z:'ElQaQl!fE32-1:3?,g5fi.,L -L3 :Ellis1?+fl?.Kl?'.zJyf-5,I. ' 3 -4.-55 fE.'5-17,1-:.+-,.'. y P ' fx! yu Nl f Mi Www ltr, Q4 ly if if-fl Iglsf. sf LW? ffl ' il 1. WR" S.: :ag to ix. lm his Ph, lsli L. . iff V3 l . VV R,-74 F ,,-W. VL! ,, 1 1 -1 ffl: J ,1 Lu P" f :HJ 0.1 . xg ,H v i' 1V .Llp -4.-x rx' , . I 3 . V tfwv' n 44 4 .su K . 4,1 l 4. we . n .vi 4 P O 5 I 1 I 3 e. . . . e W . ,. ,Ehud , their H me FQ . L'j',f -Hhs " '6,s',.'f' ,K 5' """"T"f-T """"T7R5T"-FY' 'jrvlr v',1'L7A'iY:-Q' at f ff 'L'-'l'h:-i-'1'?'1- f 'F Elf.NilF.E,lf.l2m27'l'ff'd2g-253.55413 One of the most important events in our fall history, this year, was the dedication of the new greenhouse to the University. At last Dr. Benedict is happy. for now the Botany Department has a real laboratory. WE ARE GIVEN A GREENHoUsE! Meantime. the Military Department trains a special tactics unit, which i manoeuvers and marches about the field in soldierly erectness. It becomes the ambition of aspiring R. O. T. C. men to drill thus before Pershing. UTRAMP. TRAMP. 'TRAMP" The band. not to be outdone. dons its resplendent new uniforms. pompously parades about. and chooses a sponsor. who blushes girlishly over her armload of roses, while the bandmaster tucks her arm in his and ll12H'Cl1GS her down the field. HONIE SPoNson BIOOREU NTRHW Yr' '11-'vnu' 5 5 'W A I. .A 'h...4,L..nli.,....L.l fl lv i I ry' is Q E11 l wi ui? :tl ,ll v 1 xv K '-no Fl 53 's. E+? Q lv' 2 Inj ffxi J- v lg: YW 'dm U1 lflfl' v V , V. :nf ET? - ll.:.,m: F3 -Q4 Q4 5511 V9 i ng Ea ,K-v' , -pg 3-A h.1g..4j,jf'7f1 EF: ygw Ds Li..:f.,31 XZ ws -pa, T. A A ,Q Y H1 Ibsfl . for .. NJN rv b . ya X, l "P N', ,"e-'J llgix 1: f i I F' 5 :I ' in i rl 1 o, :MQ llwrhvn ,Fi nWVj .pf 4 1 1 Q. -i 'L -1 51-. i ri, Ll- 1 1 i i . 1 ,A ,HQ I , X ,QW it 3' V. , X 1 ,BQ it 6 I- V, ' L-f. x 'la , . F kl rilf r -'Q r' LI' w T' 'Am S l P 30 , l CMQQ .'.....uqM ,".., f,- ' su Q rf S YU! I I rf. ,QL 4 - H, ' f ... a.'.',. , The beauty of the Engineering follege is greatly enhanced by the completion of Swift Hall, which adds 21 third section to the Colony. E' .,,. -NA - - if ' ' X A- 1. 1.4 . 7 V ...a.a.-, Q ' H -. if ' -' 5' - W- K ' -- - 5. , x '51 1 ' 1 l "" 1 I ,I ,QL x it 2, , I T- ' aw- -'M 1 ., 1 ll x ggi ' " llx nil li!..l: , - 'ii 1 u se if an 11 L, ri Tl PW my .- . M We vi- f X Y . q:wa.s:1-rqfgi' e ,A -1 , ww., ZA Y., .,,..M..y..sv. ,, ,x A lg. x yt, x -,X , . v Y -:gh ,,1Q-Sgirt-fwmC,. : . M1-ul 533' KN is mx ., .rw . ,, -, N :nw L mg., ' ' 5 Q1 "BEAT Munn" The C Club, bent on entertainlnent, seeks food and an easy seat, after u hard season on the grid. Facing the C2l,I116l'3 they look sleek and well fedg and perhaps a little Coy. -1 .- --Q. -v .. w . wb.. . 1 1 ., z"i.iL 1 . 'V ' A 'K ,1,, ,.--.. ..'.. SWIFT HALL The llianii game rouses us all to rowdy noisiness. Yvhereupon we give vent to our urge for yelling. in the middle of Fountain Square. As usual, the urban gendarinerie puts :L stop to our little display of school spirit. gal? af s All - ' lt. 1-29 MSLEEK ANU TYELL FED-" . , . ,I 'N 1, . V Y ' ,. l l ' 2 '. 1 'J l . ur, V Jw... 5'THE HILL CLOTH!-ED IN YYIIITEH With pzigmi hopefulness we erect :L God of Snow before which we bow in humble worship, praying for safety of neck, as well as for unfrozen 1'a.diato1's. Never- theless, we help llr. Snow God along with liberal quantities of glycerine and alcohol. N-yisxiwlnfss sswwefwmw. :Ye s gps X s 1g - is Queeg A, Q is - M N i ' NNN-lX:m,:wffES FROZEN BIQQWTY ii ' . .id no V' 180 i . , King VVinter enters for the second semester, and transforms the Hill to a place of swirling drifts and winds that howl across icy valley depths before they come to endanger the Warmth of the psych lab. fl . s 5 L - , N, w ,--.-----Y!-1'- 15 eff-1. s i.Er.fi-'S - Q"?' N- MR. SNOW GOD f X lhe whole cannpus QISSIIIHQS an atmos- phere of frozen beauty. But in spite of the chilly weather, parkology courses still continue, us the tracks in the snow reveal. . ' 4 V r"-,.', '.',,."-ff 'Y ' 1 ' L m ' P s. ,, : . , f i -ec. 1 44 L44',.-n-i: 1- ' -.-4 , -,til L1 . 's 4 1 V 4 1. 1 ,N4 Q", 1 5 I 1 fy .1 v I. . - s,:"""V1'5E. f - A f - .,-. .-. ,,-.... . . i.---...... W. Y.. VYVV Yrvr . V V --M . . . W -Y -1 -- -Q ,v W-rw ---. fy- fy- - - -A -,-- - e - -- Y-if-'W -1 fra, 4 at .v 1.2, , -D.. F - 'Aye' . 'sb' . V, W-, 1 ,r 5' ' ' 'D ., ' A fn .q 1 : 1 .11-I ' 4 ., tv "- ' K ' Z' gn' 1 TH vrlf .CDY f. f 4' Q l -' ' - Nu lil NS ,fnfn QV- H ' ' ih . " JA-,Muff H' f' ,Ag . .A'.,'..4:.L.W...4 3 45.-M ......,.... .,,, i .,,,, ,, 1 ,.s,..4.--, -i A -. --V, SY. .Lg D , J r g. I ff- '1 1 4 C if Y ,. .lyj .4 iff boi , ,- 3' But Spring comes-as it inevitably .lf does-and romance comes into its own. ,QV For balmy breezes and budding blos- M: Nffxff souls make the world beautiful, while i ",' 1 YQ-'fl youthful fancies turn to thoughts of love. .A-J, . ,fbi iff- liri .. lppf J l' if i SPRINGTIMEH 5 1 LYS fl sv' 4 ' 1 .1 . 1 ' uf tl Y 4 ll 51,51 A Q . ,,, ' wr, new was ll ' ,fin 'AP r ' ' , - 'g I 'X Q ,Lily The chorus girls find a good way to fly, Vi dodge a. noon rehearsal-simply pass i out dodgers for the show. At least we -'V must admit it's :L good li'n. L12 'r V - . 1 T , J to Q wyfx I l 'Y 'H lrfif Ms' .. ig H I "DonGE! Bnofrnnns! V .1 raw vit" I lv If lf ' , i 'its f.':f'J4 p, .' 1 lf' Rehearsing for the musical comedy keeps 'ij us busy. But song and dance acts are H :gy the spice of life-especially when We gifs, wear such fetching little romper suits. , Ls . EW' ""r M f. , TO "f"'1ll 'V-f " ls r " 11 T3 .0 5 .. ff? tg REHEARSING Fon THE bILVER bums bij , , . 5 1 Pf-1 :fs X -up-M 1 p i, ,1,N- ill f e :ia 'I"4E'v'Y"""Y' 1f"",'g'- ' I ' 'FA - 4 L , 'jf ' - V- lr? H ' -Jr V-rv ,- --:-4 . I, . .f g -7-M ft ,, I ,ily 'I' ,Q 5. f, ,If r. xvvxkf, ,yes ,L . Q, ' 'idly ,., -, , , ,,f.,-,,'., , -f, ,if v4g'i'J'i' '15-? , 'V Q .V .5 A1 N I . -Mil ,krifllff Ld' I 5 ...K J, . YQ! 181 Y 1 g l G uf. I. ti lf 1, li fl: li? kj! lfglr 1-if l ff' llffl uw'- l l 511 l-rl il l M34 ln? l -1"g if-1 rw foil yet 3 1-'el lfuig lv I 5-1: f lk ,1 l 'l if! IA . 'Iv l"-it ,iw slfll' sg , fy lgvlgi -5 11.2-4 1. .4 ffl! 1 1 all 'lj l. ,lg l lfii ll' " 1l.fIwY.l ll of Y W1 . 1 ,1 1 11 3 l lx ll ,4 ,, M. W - r 1 W, ww: -sf J ' ! an ALA A 55 'X N11 ' ,-1 L -. i - Arr . Y ' V bw' I- - -W 'If M Q W V., v ' W., : i'litt::1? " ,gL'ggj'j-.-TQQ: ,',gg,,,,Q', A-rf ,4, U I 13,,q1,g1t 5 im: nf',6'wl ,mfr lxtlxx Xl 1 xxx 29 x02'.+P3'15 -Q.: -1,1-f'1 - '--- ' '- ' 1' 1 '5 ""'s-' '," ,,'ig:'.i" iT" T. , ,- .p-.l?.4., J, ' 'L -"' . ..THEE WI-Q LOVE, BIYSTH' 13!" But more than romance is heralded by the spring. Baseball fans take a. new lease on life, and engineering classes suffer in attendance until the novelty of the game Wears oil? again. "FnoNT 1' I Comes a day when black-robed figures with hideous faces enter the Commons. mysteriously to summon out hard work- ing Juniors by whose efforts the school has been benefited. E, ,vmzgiv - - "ffm -s . Q . f. -1: tr'+1,g:. "Y"wA.t:'- ' 'S' -.-.zeg ef? ,gs 1 s ' 'Lf - . nf' - '92-1.-1' A "B1xTT1:Rs TIP!" High school men, especially athletes. must be interested. so that they will le11d their talents to our support in later years. Consequently, at Hotel Varsity, the f1'ate1'11ities vie with o11e another for 1'ep1'esentatio11. .- - . .V - - . .. 5, , Y WW , ff!-i'31gS"' vr'1'-'tr-K 4" l ',Y sf vit ' - 'IT f 'fy ,I v. 31 f 3 'iv 1 1 fx.-.,+.1+g4r'm-Q a..ffz.g+1f1frt1.:1ou1.,Gf.ge.5a:11Xa.5.w A 182 Y f L. 1? cl 12:1 sy' hal 1 4' 5'1- rf' ,xll :Ll 4 A 5 , nl llfiq lit 551 'Q l 1 531 V21 'Jil u si ff-1 lil Q2 1 rsNr 1 f Lv ,J l YA "-91' ls FA bi V1.1 fr I '1 P., 1 rsh. kxl Al Q , P7-""'1 A '1' 'f' " e - . T v r . , .- - , 6 . M "ai ..1ff!g 1 if NU n- N it a 'w fi.i.gfitSgj,,3fi1f1 jg ggfg-1--.g..i':' .1 ii , tsl! Q i 'fi , v M L ..-J ' r It 'Qs L53 s N N" . . A5 1 lf, 1 ,El . fs, 1 y l 1141 Class week comes along, with all its gl, attendant festivities. The Juniors ylfil proudly surround the departing class 'XVJQ Tffwi with chains of ivy, as they make their final tour of their old familiar haunts. 1 IWW 4 an rr! t ,Ji 'Tw' .Wi 'Til 7? T iv" , "SL'RROL'NDED XVITH Cnnxs or Ivy" 1 y Y ff,-..' riff- tiff l ram' L 1 1 ir l g U ,TJ I . A Lx 1 .ij , -N rl' 1. I ' 5 fl ff fl?-:W The Jrocession comes to a halt at the 'fi , I 4'-ov , , I 'rs gig, side of the new law building where the - 1257.5 seniors plant the usual Sprig of ivy- , X . , , f ting which ol course doesnt grow. ny-4 ta . Q, ,NJ X '-.i , L g X. IF- . ll 1. -- , fav l' -1 lw "f 1' -1 Iain ,Q i If V ff' l ci' 1 , 'L-U' Tm: IVY ORATION L fl Y v f'.-TIS' I , 2 . V '. g I-'is , ,1 i '11 V True Uyqi N L I ' 1? "U ' ' Gil , . . ,L - ,YY The play s the thing-especially when v the black haired dowager wears a red 'fl' wig, and niarshniallows are arbitrarily l forced to serve as oysters. Pinero's 11.3 X w . ,, . . . 4 WYE-.J 'SThe NIag1strate' offers hlStI'101'1lC pos- w .,f lvl! sibilities to the seniors who are draniati- 'L . . 'I 1 cally inclined. f V55 .haf : .- ft! P- Ji "THE MAGISTRATES, F 'fi l - . , . , xi. . - I l45EF2ii5' if-, +f+..:'--iw-ff sv, 1 - 5 v s s , .Q , ?n'.iQ'f5'!LfLS-f .s,.i:' ',2-i,Qy.' L ' l i ' Ei 5- fglfll VL, I T-xi N Z 183 if 1 nr HSTAXIJING AT IiESPEf'TFUL ATTENTION.. The under-grads, blissfully unaware of the heavy hearts and inixed emotions of the outgoing Class, welcome the old grads with sunny smiles, and enormous nalneplates. , , .g' - 3- 1 1 I v v . . . V, -ir J fuN .l y.'i .fda -, :zfh ff 121 x V 1 , -' 5 X ,1 ,- ' - n - -4 L . ...L - . , . . . .. .-- P-wan' Nisnbf up "luis flltE.XM. Son.-x NYATEII, KQINGEIRAIJCYU is x VN 'S- 'F' a gf' .YQ ,. ,. V F l At last the tense moments COH16 when R the seniors stand at respectful attention, L37 . . . . , ' , -1 reluctantly awaiting dismissal from the 'Z - , . ,, f Joys and cares of their college days. . - - 5 e Reminiscences are exchanged, tears are 'T- slvlv wi ed awav and farewell' 55' l -V P I , - 5 are "I 1 . . .xy nodded across intervening shoulders. 1.-V K 5 rift I i,iQ ,Y ' - I .H ' 'JL' n2Y', A .13 . H+' ft" .Y ' r +L "tx rua N1 f . ' I . tl ,L I .2 'J . T4 "REGISTER HERE. P1.E,tsE" , I . V V if - . v ' in .4 r I rw T .1Pf y' 1 , , ffl - Vilnle nesthng 111 the valley. one finds f fig! a. gala booth, where soothing drinks may v I I Y be procured and consnnied 111 restful 5: .' , . . 1 shadiness. Here also. tl1e ivy Chain, 'ff . . . . . vj that symbol ot everlasting friendship. J performs its Inst duty of decoration. 'ml aff il " il' v Q ,1 srl , . ffl mfr' psf x A H 7 v I f,-g V e-.-wwf? 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'YY rw' ' -Q f gi 4' , -, ,,. qw, V , , .-,V . , x v , V+ f , . 1.1 w 3111: CllNClNlNATl,NN .8 " fc: U- f ag G B - E fa Q1 ' . 7'-5 h1 Beta appa ffl -H ' ' Q1 i fi 1 5' E '95 I if F I C Nj i Lg, dy, -1: N gr fl 1 'sl 1 ' 4 fl l .Q X I' 1 . I "- 4 Honorary Scholastic Fraternity 1 5 Q Founded at the College of William and lVIary, 1776 , 1 ' 107 Chapters Q 5, Ohio Delta Chapter established 1888 ' , lg W 6 'J l G1 : T' , OFFICERS OF DELTA CHAPTER I I - 4 fu- HENRY BENTLEY. A ................................................. President 1 lk A O. SLACK BARRETT. . , ........ First Vice-President I SAMUEL STILXVELL. ...... Second Vice-President fr ESTELLE HUNT .,.. ..... T bird Vice-President Q' Elf ' JOHN DOWNER.. .......... Treasurer I EA! NESHA ISAACS .... Secretary ' vt iq ,iff S H .1 + 1 C IF? MEMBERS SELECTED IN 1927 ' b ,M U Alne Abaercherli Henry Nluegel Herbert Youtie V ' ' - Y A571 Q., glsiq . 'FW yi.. 1 , I I p l 1 l' -V ,Q-in-rrfk D I N. ry K' I 1 Fw' 1.4 , -T WH., we M. --,.- -- '- t-. 1 E r 1' ", -"" 1 -4 P. , . . Dr" U 1 ' j e,-1 - ' Xi , 'iv . 4- 1 in ,Ls.al..3Ee . 192 .4 " "" '.l fx - g"'.,'-:f.,f'i1w " , . N 'ALE 'N' '11 "'y' ., 953 au Beta i ttf IQ' 'U ry ffl 't.' be " Yun Q" . p U fb k F f Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at Lehigh University, 1875 fa- fE-f11.f.Q:-2:4 4 f ' , H 52 Chapters Beta of Ohio Chapter established 1913 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lowell M. Alexander Herbert A. Dangel Alexander L. Jenkins Lewis F. Palmer Walter A. Baude William C. Osterbrook Howard K. Justice Herman Schneider Harry L. Campbell, Capt. Samuel T. Fife Arthur Knebel Charles V. Theis Lawrence R. Culver Robert E. Hundley Harry L. Miller Alexander 1Vilson ACTIVE MEMBERS ' Norman Bukey, '27 Eugene DuH'y, '27 Samuel Huffman, '27 Edwin Reichard, '27 Oliver Schlemmer, '28 Benyamin Craycroft, '27 1Yilliam Hartz, '27 Joseph Keller, '27 Albert Ryan, '27 Bernard Strothxnan, '27 Alfred Decatur, '27 Leroy Hoel, '27 Ransom Landon, '27 Luther Schaeff. '27 Edward Strothman, '27 Paul Dorst, '27 Harold Hose, '27 Raymond Renn, '27 1Yilliam Schanzle, '27 Alvin Vitz. '28 N . ' ' 'Un Q ' 'tt T ' it V f 1' if ' I . 1 1 . ' , 1.11e 'ff' ,hir Q! M V . l-'f 12, at ' ' '-"' " ' f' ,'s?f:"2 ' rl' .' -f -K PJ ?' I .3 Br .st 1 - ,,,:i t A- , 7 as se. 1. f A A if at A V -I ..:,1g-:s.. . 1 5 I y A .-' ' 1 .V 4,L, .U - ' ,-.1 t 'J . . - ' Q I-"Ula F" ", Schanzle E. Strothmau Landon Hose Keller B. Strothman Bukey Decatur Schaeff Hoel I1 'i if Craycroft D uff y Hartz Reichard Ryan Vitz Q.. V "' 5,1....,..,, , . , lffiiaib 3.1 Pi Q ' - 193 K, ri., N I Q ?J- . ' 4' , A S: x 4 i ' l . f:."' Beta amma Slgma at 2 Honorary Comlnercial Fraternity Founded at Vniversity of Wisconsin, 1913 9.5 Chapters - X 4 Alpha of Ohio Chapter established 1922 H MEMBERS IN FACl'L'l'Y l?l'l'flGl'lC'k V. Him-ks N, V. Geis Herman Sc-lnn-ider H. H Martin l". H. Bircl R, R. Sharroc-k YY. P. f'alhonn R. E. Taylor E. V. Vase H. B. lYh:xling AC"l'IYE MEMBERS Alvin Bottler. 'QT Roger N. Humphries. '71 Eflwin T, Hoppe, 'QT Joseph H. Juspers. '07 Chester K. Sterrett. '27 PLEDGES Hector P. Il1lllf'llt'l', 'QS Arthur YY. Holmes. 'Qi Fred Dixon, 'QS Fred A. Powers. '28 Lenforcl H. Harrison, 'QS Rin-liard YY. Shelly. Jr.. 'QS Nelson J. Slnith. 'QS r L iv l ' 1 l T. Sh-rrett Juspers Hotth-r Humphries Hoppe 194- -+ -7- n mi' u X533 9'-2-V -. Cincinnatus Society Xi f X I v X 4 'hiv xf HONORARY ALFMNAL SOCIETY Founded at the Ihiversity of Vinc-innati. 1917 OFFICERS l'onNELII's J. PETZHULD. . , ........., President NIARY l'RAMER BROXYER .... ..,..,. X 'ic-e-President FORREST ELY ......,..... . , . .Recording Secretary H. LYNNE BARBER ,.,., .,... , ,.,.......,.... 'I Ireasurer Briss RILEY GABRIEI. ..,....... ,........ . . . 4,...,.... CM-responding Secretary The f'IIlCIl1H2ltllS Soc-iety was founded at the Ivniversity of lfineinllati in 1917. The purpose of the organization is to provide a nucleus for ai strong aluninul association by selecting from the senior class eaeh year those students who have been most active in college ac-tivities during their Fniversity life, and who will therefore be earnest and enthusiastic- wurkers for their Alma Mater us members of this alunmul organization. MEMBERS ISIQG Louis Nipperl John I-Iunlphries James Paisley Edwin Levi Ivilliam Schmid fharles Franklin Inez Yolralll Mzwllizl Bennett Virginia Crary Sophie lIuore Helen Ivehuiann I.eliz1 Nell Ric-hey v E Q E . ' . ', Q V . 4 1 ,Q-F . ." -,Y A " ' N- azi-, F M ' Vollrath Moore Wk-hmann Bennett Richey Crary Nippert Humphries Levi Schmid Franklin Paisley 195 Sigma Sigma Honorary l'pper-Classnien Fraternity F0l1l'lKlPfl at University of Cincinnati, 1898 MEMBERS IX FACULTY Daniel Laurence A1 'TIVE M EMBERS -lulln B2lClllIl2lll. '29 Charles Fmnlilin. '29 l"r4-ml Bergvr, '27 Harry Franklin. '27 Evan Cl11l'ff'i1-lfl, '28 Edwin K. Lcvi. '28 lLlI'l1ilI'fl Jvrvis. '27 Hubert Mzulflux. '27 Louis Xippvrt. '28 l,. Xippcrt J. lim-limnm F. Berger ll. Mzuldux l"mnklin li. Clmlliclal R. .If-rvis E. L1-vi U. Franklin 196 -QY"n' 4 - v s ystic hirteen ill? 7 XYOIl13H'S Senior Honorary Fl'2ltGl'11lty Founded at fniversity of Cincinnati. 1912 MEMBERS IN FACl'LTY Miss Maruu Brady Al 'TIVE MEMBERS Virginia Alilburn, '27 Laura Leutz. '27 Fritzi-May Baker. '27 Dorothy Lewis, '27 Thelma Esluuau, '27 Marion Mcffmcl, '27 Luc-ille Gassiuzul. '27 Mury Rowe Muon-, '21 Etliel Gimppc-lilnzic-l1e1', '27 Yvonne Pau-tl. 'QT Alice Russell. '27 'fi '.,f l "gl M, ,Y , Y. . Y ,. A 1, 7 I 'La ffl' D. Lewis M. Moore F. Baker Y. Partl T. Eshmau L. Lentz 1 ,' L. Gassman M. Layne A. Russell E. Groppenbacher M. McCord V. Ahlburn ? 4 i iii, ' 1. il , O It X -3. 'Y 197 Ulex 3 win? riff.. gf-wiv' Wy -an . 5, ' -1 - .vw- 0 4. i-lil if 4 Out of the evant-sr-ent mists of the empyream. wafted on the hillowy zephyrs. leaping the incomparable abyss todash itself against the fairy softness. the icy kisses come lurching with each caress, loitering with the vagrant winds. "Ah ha! W hat hast thou there?" And incommunicahly mournful soughed the answer. "Razberrahs." And so. limned against the inmrnadinerl nehulae. we fade and we are gone, austerely permeated with the myrrhy fragrance, aspiring ever. failing never. Such is our mission, "LEE" HALLERMAN 4,., . , .President "EIL" XVILLIAMS ..., ..... S ec-retary "ToxY" EDNVARDS .... .,........... . . Treasurer MEMBERS John Bac-hman "Dick" Dial "Lee" Hallerman "Hal" Martin "Mickey" Smith "Stu" Hall Frank Dost "Opie" Elliot "Al" Mayer Wyman Smith Fred Berger "Tony" Edwards "Bill" Hart Jonah Blehl "Russ" Speidel "Dit-ki' Bolton "Dog" Ely "Tiny" Herman "Edu llottern "Jim" Strand "Bill" Borneman Snooksu Fahing "Jim" Howles "Gus" Nippert "Bill" Taylor "Ray" Bradford Dick" Farrel "Dick" Jervis "Jim" Peel Clark Valentiner "Dick" Bryant Art" Fennekohl "Shorty" Klein "Dave" Pickrel "Ed" Wlilliarus "Dick" Cunningham "Ken" Gould "Bob" Madrlux Frank Shelton "Budl' Wright Boriu-nian Edwards Mayer llc-el llallerman Slielton f'unningham Berger Fnlxing Nipper V1 Iaylor Mlrigllt ljllihrimlgc Bac-lunan Bennett Hart Hammvlrath Fmith.YY. llll'l'L'l hpenlel llix 'yant Ft-nnekohl .lt-rvis Maddux Gould 198 ,. - .. . Q 4' ' . I 1' . . A A .4- t I '1 he "v?,.7, ,ff l rl 4 at K" 'H 373. :iff K., if 4. Fil' lj' lr x 4 ' Q f 1 an '.5A t 'J I ni' 3 1 I 'hs J I' ,. f ll xg ffizll V'Lx 1: 5 :51 ,At -, .E x: .An all and Chain XX nf -3 . bgx dx X ,X Ball and Chain was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1922 with the purpose of fostering activities among the Freshmen. Ball and Chain yearly selects for its membership a number of the members of that class who have taken an aetive interest in promoting the spirit and ideals of the University. Byron Barbeau Lester Bossert Ray Carlherg Bob Cutwright Tum Vlifton MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1926 Dick Franz Paul Heekle Edgar Lush Berg Meyers Ed. Mullen .lack Mundy John Race Jule Rief Bill Oswald Dave Yalentiner Pete Waldman R 3 my, as A f Yi w A axe, 5- v if .1 Qu:- Hx !35X-M1.Q'- J, 4- , ' ,I ' , -f4- Qln- , 'Q E lt 7 lv Nippert Franklin Berger Fabing Maddux Taylor Shelton Lush Clifton Bachman Franz Angert Carlberg Valentiner Oswald Dunlop Heekle Mullen 199 ie?-i 3 Qi' I Q, ,-A F44' ,.. fiius- 51 R ' 'N Xl N'-1 X' " 6 7 1 fi Y i ' ' ' i I J' .Li - lit,gfL.T'i'.i:i'-r.'.:e'g 7: a Q . 3 1' ta appa u Q- -1 J f Q31 l.. V6.1 r . . " 'f' f r l , ,fn irq, 1' 1 . My ' il 'fiif . - L ei . 1 .Q b T ! VA1 AN' - L t, r if Honorary Electrical Engineering Fraternity if f A.. gf.: Founded at the University of Illinois, 190-L 'f 2. 21 Chapters tffi Tau Chapter established 1923 5 ,-,1 FACULTY MEMBERS L1 A Alexander M. Vllilson Samuel Fife 5.111 i '. J ACTIVE MEMBERS Norman Arnold Joseph A. Keller Joe Weber :fl Norman J. Bukey C urtis P. Mitchell Willard R. lYeise - ' 5 Alfred G. Decatur Oliver Pienkowski Charles E. Young "T Sidney Goldsmith Oliver C. Schlemmer Wilbur R. Zellner fr' g Laurence H. Judson Robert M. Turrell Y ' ,. lJ'l Q M lf- ! -z 1- ,,., . . , , W . 1 . A 1 'iiffliii '--. wr 'Sv -xiii . -0 lv! ' , fs-r' 'v 4. 1 3' "-' f' S gf ' . J . VCL A - ' ' 1 i . I Te V 'Sf ' 5 , P,-if 3 ' 1 ' J 5 "' , - if-, ' -Y i l- it i 'A gl! .- 1, L ' .l ' FQ., ' . f I A . N "e"' , lr C 1 C' ,','. '55 x " NN J x W ill .1 li, X. , l ,',',', ' J n :F H . eww , , .GTV J 1 1 -l-' ' . " Q ' ful 4 , X Q, ,sg Sggbx N, . ', . r ' -2" R A A - vu L 7 it . ' A . L 1 ' -'TD 3 1 ' 621 . 1 5 .' ' W. Weise WV. Zellner 0. Pienkowski N. Bukey J. Ixeller A. Decatur If l C. Young C. M itehell N. Arnold O. Schlemmer L. Judson J. Weber BI. Turrell fd if 1 1- " he x. . 5 ' f A. f4f N-V 5 l -' .p'. 1 'E-.Hx-f'fg, 'Y 1' "r11'T"""-f"""""11-'f""'?" 0 if 41 V. U . .1 N ' , my, f -J --v"y,'y "xl: H-5,0 KS V 1 - - ' 1- ' '?-- ' J-"4 fig ',,...Lsf'g.L"it'nD - " .'1t,J...c.4L....-ssl I k ,K I 4,1 200 J 4 affaz ,'-xwkv M a l l. 'I J 1 , L, f fri' tif-,1 , 'ifi ns' fy wil , ' 2 zqai ' 1 I Xwlllllllll Brown George Hedger George Howe Stella Mae Adamson, '27 7 Malcolm Ames. 'LS Myron Beitlnan, 'Q7 Eva Bloom, 'Q7 Dorothy Burr. '97 au appa lpha f. ja CQ 2 'Xi 'i--xg X R J Y na- I' Q K w Honorary Debating Fraternity Founded at Butler College, 1908 55 Chapters Cincinnati Chapter established. 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Bliss Nesha Isaacs R. C. llcfrane C. YY. Park ACTIVE MEMBERS Selma Chnliff. '98 Fred Dixon, '37 Melina Friedman. '27 Jack Humphries. '28 Lawrence Levi, 'QS Carl Rich B. C. Yan lvye Harold Vinacke Gordon Lillibriclge Rudolph Rosenthal. '28 Henry Tavel. 'QS Ruth Thorp, '28 li , V E E' K. I 1. af E ,Q ii-M ' ' Ss. E 4 3, Q SK Q 1 X 'lf F A ' Gi . X . 1 4: V 4311 H if ' - fy " f v H ' 1 f l ,Q i -. . , fi Y 'Q Q4 , :::::: 'I 17211. ?l 7 if ' H ' . ' A - lllrgal l Tavel Levi Humphries McIntosh Ames fl Q Bloom Isaacs Thorp Chaliff Adamson l s Beitman Rosenthal Friedman Lillibridge Dickson Burr L- , l ' lain. ,a V 1 5 ' il i!gQ3-1Q?i5ihl- ' 201 N 1 I 1 , ,7'k0'-1Q",f"' I , . "' ' wr- ':- Y, 'lv-L' Mgr' , fa ' 0 -F . f . --2-2 3,34-I . ' A ., , ff ' , Hr kn- H" ,..r 1 4 'x " 'E 1 . 4.- ' ,D X A 1 JA -v- L -. I ,. Sq v fx, ' ' l I K, .,,fd .f 3 ,V 1 1 1 -rl w r 17,4 'Q Q an . '- - w I . x ' 4 , ' -4 1 w f f 1 I ,a 5 A L Qui -':- .1 ,' 11 -x 5, .V J. ,- - 1:4 . . . . 1-'QQ .qv lx ,f :"f 4' 1 'K ' .' . 7- ' V .. . -I - fjziti aw. . - . . . . .. "lu- . Q . - v' agi- 9 " w , -, 515 : - - , I' Q A .-, 1 4 ,. - ,. I 1 1,5 la n .p V A' r ' "f'u's?? ' '24 ,fig 5 Q-1 .ffie 525 ' 4 1 ., .,,,, . . if s X , 4 , I , ' ' x .' . ,- LA . O ,It Pi Delta Epsilon t ll Honorary Journalistic Fraternity Founded at Syracuse University, 1909 49 Fhapters Cincinnati Chapter established 1925 MEMBERS IN FACVLTY Donald Beclrloe Clyde Park Frank Byers Allison Stanley Howard Martin ACTIVE MEMBERS Norman Auburn. '27 Robert Vorwin '27 Edwin Levi. '28 Burnett Reed, '26 Jolm Baelnnan. '27 Howard Fabing, '27 .Jerome Lisehkoff, '29 Frank Shelton. '28 Fred Berger, '27 Kenneth Gould. '28 Robert Mc-Intosli. '27 Russel Speidel, '28 Hay Bradley. '27 Harold Hose, '27 llilton Marx. '27 lvilliaul Vogel, '26 James Vamplvell, '28 .Iohn Humphries, '28 PLEDGES fliurles :X1liilllS. '23 Richard Jervis, '27 XYillia1n Nieman, '28 Xvllllillll Taylor. '28 Yvilliam Arnold. '28 Laurenee Levi, '28 Ephraim Rosensweig. '28 Jann-s Yverner. '28 Georgie Elliott. '27 Ralph Morgareidge, '28 Yvilliznn Stillwell. '29 Ranald Yveat. '29 Eugene Duffy. '28 ,, ' ' 1. 4. -. . is -. I- h N :- -V W - ' x QI' , f 5 ' ' --- , ' '. - xv X.. ,""' Y B -I ' Q - 4- 0 is ' six ' I Q X9 I . X b ,e"1.r- , Q 1 ,faji .. Q: f f '. ' ' - , X' , wg, ,Q , f , X- , me e lf 'J . if If W3 . J 2 I ,. if ' -3' J mlm J i ni. lNl1-lnlosh lIlllIlplIl'll'S Auluirn ' lfzielnnzin E. la-vi llraulley Yogi-I llergel' Corwin Reed Shelton l'annplxell Duffy Speidel Fubing llose Gould Marx l,. Levi Jervis Admins YYei'm-r .-Krnolil 'rilyltll' lillinl Nieman West 2 02 fr, , Q 5 X r A I x Q - . it 0 ,s N , ' 3 if I .fa -, ,.,' r, , I l ,Y -51 1 if Jr ,lg A 'o All ,151 . apyrus lr " if fn. I Al. 'W :fit f , 1 , . ., . f 'fig . Yr: YVoman's Honorary J ournalistic Fraternity Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1925 ACTIVE MEMBERS Virginia Ahlburn, '27 May Oliver, '26 Mary Bake. '28 Alice Russel. '27 Lola Kirsch, '27 PLEDGE5 Fritzi-Mae Baker, '27 Hazel Heintz, '29 Felicia Spillard. '28 Doris Dieterle, '29 Clara Kienzle, '28 Ruth Thorpe, '27 Ethel Durbin. '28 Dorothy Martin. '28 Louise Yalentiner. '29 Chalma Fillmore, '28 Jeanette Newman. '28 Ruth Weitkamp, '28 t , V , 1 V'--.Ex-. ,- ' .25-, li". ' 5 ' 1325" f-5 3 ' f if 2 3 ii " ' I " - - Z5 ' . . ,,' W b ff ' ' ., .Y , . 5 , U ' ik nf " ,A 'V' .S V A -A I 1' 5 ,. uf, 2 L 7 Le ,Z Kirsch Bake Oliver Russell Baker Ahlhurn I 1 1 r Kienzle Newman Fillmore WVeitkamp Thorp Spillard 1 X! K Valentiner Richey Martin Dieterle Heintz Durbin r"'1 l " . I , R. ' 4--2' 1 r " 5, P ' ,. AIKEN: ,J 5 i-1 203 'r .'n ' v' 1 'ali , I P1 Chi psilon ll' 00 Xt A. V Iii J Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Cincinnati, 19223 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Marjorie Stewart Palmer Florence Otis Kindle Helen Norris Mnore ACTIVE MEMBERS Katherine Betz. '27 Marie A. Heintz, ,Q7 Elizabeth BI. Sc-liwelael, '27 Ethel Wise. 'QT Marguerite Wykotl .'2S Hein tz Wykoff Wise Wenzel Betz Schwehcl Seihvrt I , XII: I -,, r . -..,. ,.-. l. , . H -,, "' -- "R -i' l-H i 'Lf' lug" ' 1- -- -- -1 .'. 4 .. ' . "5 ii-1 1,1--J .,,r 20-1- .4-.. 'x R4 u H N . A. 1' 7 . r 1 1 If :A . I Q' 1 .. 'x tr-.,. nf I ,.1 1 ily' sr- .57 .FA ' I. A '4 - ' 'Ali' A ., A l 1 UH 4 lf. I. ,f V- I ,s 1: - .Q ota Sigma i 9 T , Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded at University of Southern California, 17 Chapters Radium Chapter established 1923 MEMBER IN FACULTY Leonora Neutfer ACTIVE MEMBERS Anna Grace Hayes. Graduate Estella Bexton Irwin. Graduate Florence Ford, Graduate Elizabeth Gates. Graduate Alice Good, '27 Kathryn HartkoH, Graduate Elise Hauck, Graduate Virginia Lanipe, Graduate Elizabeth Leighty, Graduate Ellen Loughry. Graduate Helen Norris Moore, Graduate 1913 Dorothy Munro, Graduate Else Schulze. Graduate Grace Spencer, Graduate Emilie Stegemeier, Graduate Helen 1Veitcau1p. Graduate Q Gates Norris Hayes Good Schulze Hartkofl' Loughry 205 lIul.N'l'I II. .'x.LQl'l' svilllvl' IIUIISUII IIIIIUI' III-nm-ll Frum-is Iirmwlm-ell IJ, Iiriclgvs IV. II, B1ll'l'lx YY. II. IIIIVIHII .Xllu-rl f':1lluIl Iivanm Vulvlnaull II. I.. I UIIIIIS YY. .X. Chula I'Illlll'I' Vlxvislx' lI1'llI'g0l'III'II1'l' fIl'4Il'QK' Iluvix .Ilbllll Iluwm-I' .Iulm Illlllgjilll Illm-zu-fl Ilunlicl S. I,. Iilmv IIc'l'ln-l'l llflvssal T. l'. FITIIIZ 'If V. Ifryv hi Delta AEK II0ll0I'ill'y ElIllC2ltIOI1HI I"rateruity I"uunflc4l at Inflianu I'nivvrsity. 1910 3.3 Cllzlpters Alpllu Iota f'l1aplu1'vstulvlislled 1924 MEM IIICRS Ilurry Gnmlf-rs I..-nf.1ll1gm1 If X. fIl'1'g.fUl'j' 'W' II0l'lll'l'I fIllk'lli1'l' IYIIIIZIIII II:1wk .Iulm IIs-lull-1'sm1 Gurxluu II:-ml1'i4'ksun llzu-Iam Ilim-s Ill-rlmrt Ilintun Xlnriun IIIIIYUI' XY. IC. Illltvllillsull Illululpln .Inc-ulm 1'l1:u'ln-s .Inlmsun YY. A. .Instin- IYZIITOII Koslvr Ilmrlmcrl lm'--ll fIIl2ll'Il'h Irv .Xllwrvclll Louc- IIIINYJIIWI I.1u-mlm-lw J. NY. I,ylc N4-il llmlnls A. I.. Uwvns Q00 appa IAIIIIS A. I'1-vlnsh-111 Ifrum-if I'l1illipN Louis Phillipp YY. .X Quirk Umvr Rcllfruw Guy Ric-lu'-y Erlwu1'd Ilulwrt, I"1'c-cl SCIl1lt'I7l'I'I'illlll Ivan Slloll YY. I". Sizs-glove' Clmrlos Smith IC. I". Spuring .launvs Stun-1' YY. K. Stn-it IV. l'l:u'k 'I'rmv IY:1llor You SI-hli.-l Ray IY:11'nwuil1 II. G. Wvillulx' l'.1'.IYuu4l Glznlstuuv Ya-um-ll floyd Z.-iflws s IICII "fef f X .6Q?5g2,3g. if QNX A 15 NE 1' 1? y , C . o Nl v V ix 1 ' S ,Q O- A 'I ' R Y-.-:ft I -mg 'llllvjb FDAXIE QQ NH'Il.-35 en's Panhellenio Association OFFICERS CHARLES E. Vaxvn . . ,,.,,,.... ..,..,, , President RI'SSELI, F. SPEIDEL . . . . ...,., Vice-President AYILLIAM A. I'IAMMELRATH ..,.4..4,,4.,....,..,.....,, , , .Fec-retary and Treasurer The Hens Panhellenic Association is an inter-fraternity organization. Its purpose is to maintain 1 relatinn hip betxw een the mcmhers which will be of benefit to them and the University. The Assocl ntion is governed by a Council. which is composed of two representatives of each fraternitx wx hich hw been elected to membership in the organization. The Council enacts legislation governing inter-fraternity relxtion md ha the pow er to try ill eases eovered by its regulations. Russell Speidel Richard Jervis Albert Mayer Evan Chatiield Merritt Farrel Il. V. Hopkins R. S. Corwin DELEGATES FROM FRATERNITIES Sigl 11:1 Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Beta Theta Pi Phi Delta Theta Delta Tau Delta Pi Kappa Alpha Lamhda Chi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega E, F. fl0ll'.lIll0b'L'l' Triangle John Baehumn Earl Strz 111c l Harold Edwards Thomas Gash Frank Shelton A. C. Kleine X. P. Aul Jiirx 1 C. E. Vance W. A. Hamnielratli X. J. Bukey llopkins Enlwarmls Golrlmeyrr Aulmurn llannnelratll Corwin 'wlu-lion Mayer liaehumn llukey Speidel Gash 'arrel Sll'1lllll Klei ne Vance Jervis Clmtiield 208 ,.,- 4, . Q1 .. 1:-4, 4-' 4f,k 'r it , Q' I f C vw m ,. I W 3 .,s1 i 1,- . ' hfk W f' 12,0 fl. 'I t ' i 5 A t V i I i J 'fl Lvl. i,, u A..'n-'JL , , I I en 5 nter- Local Fraternit ouncil OFFIVERS BYRNETT REED .... ............ ...,... P r esident GENE DUFFY ,....... .. Vice-President JAMES R1CHARDsox, , . ..., Secretary HI.-XRTIN MATTHEWS ,,., . ..... . . . , . .Treasurer The lNIan's Inter-Loral Fraternity fllllllltqll is l'HlllpUS01l of loc-al fraternities petitioning for National charters and newly estalrlislied National Fraternities whose Charters were granted while IHt'Il1lJt'I'S of the founcil. The purpose of this Vouneil is to foster the formation and growth of new lof-al fraternities: to interest well known National Fraternities in the lvniver- sity of l'inf'innati: and to promote frienclly relations hetween the fraternities at the Vniversity. The Vouneil thus hopes to 9l'1llZlllC1' the glory of the lvniversity of t'inr'inuati in the fraternity worltl. MEMBERS Beta Kappa Martin Matthews Shirley DllCl' Phi Kappa JZlllll'S Rieharmlson Arthur Eilerman Iuta Chi Epsilon Burnett Reed Cllarles Heesey Sigma Phi Eta Gene Duffy George King Matthews Evilerman King Duer Rec-sey Duff y Richardson Thielander Q09 Al'L'll l. c'ill"S0ll. Sr. Arch I. flllI'SOIl. Jr. Rnyinunrl O. f'll1'Il1'y John Bziclnnzm, '27 YVurren Bullvniim-.'fH'l Ralph C. Bennett, 'QS Glen A. Biggs. '29 iRllylDOI1Cl F. f'iil'lll0l'g!. '30 Douglass RI. Currie: '30 Ralph S. Dism-11-115, 'QS Dainivl E. Early, '29 George E. Elliot. '27 Sigma Chi . Fullflllvfl all Miami l'nivm-iwily. H455 87 Cliupters Zvfzl Psi vsialilisliewl 1889 Nl EMIBERS IN FAf'I'l.'l'Y Carleton G. Grislm- Frank B. Vross Cliffm-fl D. Himllc- Af"l'IYl-I MICMBHIRS ,lulm Y. Fzllvk. '30 Ric-luml YY. Franz. 'SU Leunclvr Halle-iinzm. 'Q7 L'UI'Il10IA Harris. '30 Owen Hvnritzy. 'QT Parke? S. Juhnmli, '29 Dfmicl L:i111'unc'c. '29 Rnlivrt l.a1n'vncc. 'QU Ruhr-rt E. Mills, '30 F gf Q Clulrlvs ll. Moore. '29 J. M. Munflzly. '30 Furl Ninth. '31 Kennvth Nllll1'IlliN'lN'l'. 'ill Paul Pl'ei'l's'l', '30 Hurry l.. Porter. '31 fhurles l'uttvr. '30 Phillips Pnrsoll. '31 Dzmiol Lall1'0nf'0 Yivtnr Ray. Sr. Hi-nry Twitchell Edgar A. Rippffy. 'QS .lzunes A. Ruttvr, '31 Russel Fpeidel, 'QS Frecl P. Swing, '29 Clare-nf-0 H. Williaius Austin F. W'in:mt. '27 E. F. Wright. '-29 Ballard A, Yates. '29 l'l.EDlG ICS Tlimnns W. llinghann. 'Ill Rnyniund 1'lcwl1gcr. '31 limlwarml 1.1-lin hull' 'Sl ,......-..,. -rn K ' .f,.,Q3!'!A,.!9L.4J.., - A -.'- L. .f'.. 13.5. ,'ffTfsl " ., A X ' ' 5--N 'L V'4j"'1'NC.L-"ff-ff fr H u I . I J 1 .xx f'.. llfq ,., A r Ji . yi 1Eh1"4 FA w ,mfv rhi IZ' L 1 l.' 'gr f L- x -. ,x 4.r ,W v. V if ik, ' 5,1 J L. .lf . 5- 1 v , ' , ' I X 1 hr".' s- ,ff E Wg ' Y ,,,. . ',..4 I. P11 . 4 V1 is Ta .' 1 fn tai 1 , . f. . I ' -1 4 . flu, J 1 ...I 1 P1 JI ,N . jf ,,,,+ "':a e ' ' ' X - ' .3 J -:J 1. Speidel, Elliot, Henritzy. Q. Bangham, Baehman, Laurence, Hallerman. 3. Johnson, Bennett, Franz, YVright. 4' 4. R. Laurence, Falch, Carlberg, Biggs. '. Yotter, Balentine, Xunernacher, Rutter. , 1 . ,,,w,w,,,- ,ww ,. -,v-.-vg. A . . . J-, Y.- .W Hui 4, ,. .. N LQ., I Ak fA l:L,fA J A., 0 '11 A x -. . , 4 ,vA ...' .' ..-.. . P ,,f.. - W.. ' V, 1 fmjv? A51 X qi x 'P f -, f .IS'w,gr V . V ' .Q A E1 IEA.-i i .wx , + .355 k 4 AA. 1. 1' '-- A4 5. f.n,5 ., -- -,TVi,L ... 51- I - .Wulf Q11 F. C. Hines. A.B.. Pl1.D. President of the lvniversity T YVAS said of one of the old "us he thinketh in his heart so is he." and again, "he that ruleth his spirit is better than he that taketh at c-ity." This truth has an iniportant bearing upon the relation of the students to the University. To theni' is entrusted its good nanie. As ideals of seholzirsliip and conduct are high and as self-Control is adequate to the attainment of those ideals, so shall the University of CinCinna.tiAfulfill its mission and nierit the confidence of all. ,Lido 17 v , , " 1.:': ..n ' , 1 P il -, A.. - 'Y X' ,Q -5 ,Li-, 1 x x 7?-vi 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon GM Founded at the University of Alabama, 18:36 99 Chapters Ohio Epsilon Chapter established 1889 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Roy 0. Mulluffie Harry L. Wieman Arthur K, Kr-nt Theodore F. Olt I'lvc1'1,-tt I. Yowell Paul Ashlraugli. '28 Lvsler Busscrl. 'QU Clifford llurlwank. 'QS Olin Dievklllilll. 'QS Goorge Donson. '99 f,ill2lI'lQS l,lllll'2lIl. '29 Harvvy liggvrs, '29 RlClllll'Kl Elliston, 'QQ Rolrert Ennis, '27 Howard Fahing. 'QT Arthur l"cnn1-kolil. '28 ACTIVE MEMBERS Preston Garrison, 'QS .lac-li Griosliabcr. '30 W'illiarn Hand. 'QS Ralph Hatfiuld. 597 .lack Herzig. '29 Rir-hard .li-rvis, '97 .lzwli Kelly. 'QT John Kovpf. 'QS Edgar Lush, '29 Edward Moltvrn. 'QS Ralph Xordqiwst. 'QS i . 1 rw- A X fy 219 Howard D. Fabing Theodore Olt. '28 Edward Quinn. 'QS James Rasvhig. '29 John Reiuhart, '30 George Selle-idler, '29 Rox Sciglor. 'QS If Alan Smith. '27 Earl Strand, 'QT xvlllllllll Taylor. 'QS Morris Yettvr, '29 Fri-d xYlllLlllliiI1. '29 l'l.liDGl-IS Thomas Armstrong. '31 l'ln,-Qtvr llamrofl. '30 llarilrivk llnilglitvrs, '30 David Eggvrs. '30 M'illi:1n1 lhizlaly, 'ISU NYillar4l Gcrvcrs, 'zio Sh-plivll llcxllll. '30 lloiiailul Rzitlill. 220 William Hoist, '31 llnrry Sliank. '30 liurli- Smith. '31 llaiudc Swanli. 'Ill lfilgzir Swick. '30 llili- xvldgflll, '31 ,,.,,'-I., ...ll ': 4. 'fxq -1 1 -I ,X 'S 1...-., wif ,F "1 E." "fi .-wr, if 1, V . u r '1?:li4wm':"Q "" ag A , E if -- .r ff? 1 if E A ef b -, - . . , ,-V. ,A 4 ,. ' .Ly- -Jw '-if-5" ig 7 , ,., - ,e-.,11,- - ,,,, A f , 2 2 ay f 1 V , if " E 'A A ELL? v"' " ' tftj- 1. Straud, Ennis, Fabing. Jervis, Gould, Nippf-rt. 2. Garrison, Olt. Smith, Mottern, Taylor, Hatfield. 3. Elliston Nordquest, Siegler. Duncan, Fennekohl, Kelly. -L. Raschig, Eggers. Lush, Koepf. lvaldman, Hand. 5. Grieshaber Gazlay, Armstrong. Rc-inhart. Swank. Burbank. 5. Daughters. Re-ist. lYright. Shank. E. Smith. D. Eggers. E213 Yan Meter Ames S. C. Ayers XY. P. Burns S. Durst H. K. Dunham B. Gains David Aflleuk. '29 Ethan Allen, '27 Harold Edwards. '28 Gilbert Garvin. '27 Louis Grassniuck. '30 Albert Harmon, '29 eta heta BD - I lx l I ' u1.fJL X ff i Founded at Miami fniversity. 1839 86 Chapters Beta Nu Fhapter established 1890 MEMBERS IN FACULTY T. H. Kelly R. L. Lengeuheirn F. H. Lamb J. Luffborough G. llc-Kim ACTIVE MEMBERS Harvey Hessler, '27 Allen Johnson. '28 Elmer Karnui Archibald 3If'C8lll1lIl. '28 Robert Maddux. '27 Yvilliani llaxwell, '28 Albert Mayer. '28 214- D. Palmer B. Roberts B. T. Shine R. Stephenson J. Trechter Charles Riley John Sanger. '27 Clark Valentiner, 'QT David Valentiner. '29 Vernon Yenahle. 'QS Stanley Yurdenburg. 'QS PLEDGES William Ammorman Robert Berger Charles Evanx Paul Hoon Hugh Jenks Vance Lang Donald Lewis James lk-ck Richard Piersnll Joe Read Rudy Ruggh-s Yirginius Taylor 5 " v 4 ' f -X rm ia, l 4 w w 1 E31 IU MJ W .,l" L-I Pm fgw, rt J lu i"'i J J vii LMA i1.4J GP, Ei Y 5,-.,' ici. P- Q 'lux I 'fi l w nf: lin, 9541 , .H . T 'ffl t' g- ff-A rp Hg'- .- l W' W' Q lltrtii xg N lil' 'l Vw ,fffa .F 44 ...iss if H ki lil l fri kj w 'Q lv ,QQ l sg 1 v 511-'v - 5 . a .. .fa lk 'Iam s. 9 S " - A '.1.g.,.j 3 f . X S? 3, .. 5 . . .,..,, . , - . - ' l . g f? I. Q I,-.1 A: , f- 5 1 :ff .A . 1 . Q' . H L' is I L- 1 -, .',. . x A -- . ,huuu t . In U. i . is " ' ' 1 - . uf 2" .9 . 'll x 3 ,.. ..,. - 9. .st..-451 :-., Q.-,:.., . -.- Nb, V... ..,. - .,,. .. 'Wise-6-iz.:-:-::. 'w -5, .. . ., N Q , 335, EH . We Q I 1 6 1 ii bib, X 1 'P'q i ' A' ' AA : 5 ' . ' ' 'i'A:::l' 5 "" "': ' 1:"1 M .. l if . i 1 .,.- gl V ii , v.'-v 533,115 ,F VL .V fr .. . '::'r,vi vzvz, ' A - -' .v-l b lzbrbvvvl :Q V ., , .EQN V Izzi , if- if lf' A:1 ' s 1 . its " .F ff' W ' E :':E ' A:,,"1'A g g 4 2 ' -i 1 livf . :-' . i :gg-g:j:5.g-,551:25.-:sez-f-1122:..: 51' . A .-g:4p- " ' ' l I- ,152E4'f-2:11-P' V. '-N' ' ' -iriffgi vz' iff' 9 :ISSJ . , H.-gf -:f:1z:ag5 K - ggfg- -23-'S ff .V ' 'bv nag., :fin 3, Q. if Q V5 " T? . E " R-. ..,, sf.. .13 N 4 Q 1. AEeck, Edwards, Kamm, Hessler, Allen, Maddux. 2. Valentiner, Garvin, Mayer, Riley, Nimmo. 3. Vordenber , Klein, Roberts, Venable, Maxwell, McCallum. 4-. Johnson, D. Valentiner, Grassmuck, Harmon, Sanger, CaJa.cobs. 5. Taylor, Ruggles, Hoon, Peck, Lewis. 6. Pierson, Reed, Ammerman, Lang, Jenks, Evans. 4.i' '.. L ' f L 'iI"'YQf" -1---r "vm Q--F-1' rv' . ' .Q " 'fer - ., . '.- 5i'W'iP .HT All-'C Vfykfxh ' -l .nj "' L' " , ' '. 's"'-.s--fAL.R?"..l .-" fn,-.' lx N ilf'.a1 '-lL " .xl-ji' 1 lA.-'.i' '?.e.,.L QL' 1 lies., ' v I .-xx , .A 215 ,gif M.- Tj, ,- 'x . .I - :ni rg M. -. I , . I' I . l"' 1 . I . 4' ' V I I Z' " ll, 'IF V.. f Vg ' 6 .Q g s F1 P.. lhuuius Fling. Bn R1 X. John lirf-ivl, '28 Ric-liursl S. llruwn. 1 luis. ll. liutlvr. '28 1 vain 1Y. 4'l1u1l'icl1l. "N rtliur 1'll'IllUllN. 'Sli 1 41 1 uurgfv Dunlop, '27 llii-licml XY. .Xiigvl't. '29 116V '40 ayinunal lliurlfuiwl, '28 wnril llulwrty. '29 x hi Delta hetfi . .. '-r- vw v'y - . 1 .Z ' . 0 N N - --L1 ,fr l' A. 4.1 1 ' o I 1 ,K 'W f A A, If ' N :I Oo K x. 5. 4 ,' .I 1 Ll e fr.,- lf 1 C .fl "AI 4-Q P..n' 21 , l"ounrla'fl at hliauii 1'i1ivc-rsity. 1818 96 Chapters Ohio Tl.etn Cliapter cstahlislu-cl. 1895 MEMBERS IN l"AC'l'LTY Sm-lmlun Guy Luwric Georgv A. Hodge-r ACTIVE MEMBERS '1ll1OlH3.S L. Gush, '29 Wilson D. Griffith. '27 Mzuiricc- Harrison. '29 1Vilnier Highlands, '29 xvilliillll F. Huminvl, '30 Jzlnivs 15. 1.1-ci. '30 Rulwri l". Linilscy, '30 Furl Mc- Gaiiigliry. '28 llurulfl Martin, '23 lfilwuril Nurtoii, '27 Hans E. Rnliin. '29 5, ...,.?k, 'Qi 'Fay' 216 Julius YV. Re-if. '30 Rolwrt L. Reinliart, '28 John Fiylgcr SL-liuflm-r. '30 Virgil M. SCl111'Z1l'I1l, '27 Oliver V. Sc-lilcuuiicr, '23 Roger E. Scliloniiner, '29 Allen 11'. Stone, '29 Milton P. Teniplv, '30 Milvs M. Yaiive, '30 Geurgc N. 1Y:illzir'c PL1-IDGES George Yvcsley Arr'liinlml1'.'211 K Louis E. Aylivziiwl. 'fill .Xllwrt Bullciigvr. 'IMI Donald f'. Ciwviiv. 'IW Stewart frull. '31 1Yillinni J. Duuils. '31 Eugcnv Kvnip. '31 Dunliaini Nlnltlu-ws, '31 1'1mi':1rd S. Mvrkol. '31 Ralph Muiiiluig. '31 Rolwrl Post. 'SU 1"r:incis 1'nzic'kvr, '31 .,,. ,.,.. , V 1 . fs, . IA ' 1 - - ,, 1 A 1 l Q JUL E ,- jg 3 f nw.: V . A 1 l 'Two 1. Dunlop, Grifiith, Sphwarm. Brown, Norton. Vllatncld. Q. Stone. Martin. Harrison. Butler, McGaughey, Angert, 3. Rahul, Doherty. Schlemmer. C. Dunlop. Highlands. Vance. 4. Cragg. Mc-Callister, Lindsay, Gash. Reinhart Cleluons. 5. VVa1lac'e. R. Schlenuuer. Shrine-r. Prone, Bolle-nger, Snodgrass. Q17 Rohert C. Gowdy Rufus Southworth fharles S. Adams, '28 Rl1'l12ll'f1 C. Atkinson. '29 Frecl D. Berger. '27 A. A. Biggs. '29 Edwin A. Bush .'29 Herbert C'I'ZiIl1l'l'. '30 RiL'l12ll'Ll C. Cunningham. '28 v--- . 7 "f 'ful 'S 1 .aiu r 1 . f elta an Delta - .5 , A 7 ir , ii N . "I ' 1 Founded at Bethany College. 1853 .' I 71 Chapters ' Gamma Xi Chapter established 1909 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Flarenee Stevens H. F. Koenig ACTIVE MEMBERS L John C. Endebrock, '28 George Larkin. '29 , - Merritt C. Farrell, '28 Edward Mullen. '30 John G. Gayinan, '29 1Yilliam Oswald. '30 l Wendall Cayman. '30 Fred Reese. '30 Leroy C. Gilbert, '28 Lester H. Roemer. '28 ' Paul Heckel, '30 Frank Shelton. '28 " Raymond L. Hilsinger, '29 Albert G. 1Yriglit, '28 Lawrenc-e BI. Kimble, 'QS U. PLEDGES ' Bradford Allin. '31 Elmer Bard. '31 Robert Cochrane. '30 Randall Foulk. '30 flarenee Hartman. '30 1 ', Wayne Kinsey. '30 - Lynn P. Lellay. '31 ft Beach Mc-Millan. '31 I Gordon Bnrman. '30 ' Geo. Pfau. '30 , f Thos. Reed. '31 P- Thos. Smith. '31 ' lflillolil Todd. '30 5 V Fred T ower. '31 ' ' -, bi D I . . , . . , f , , ,-., 218 .-1 . "s' -if Qu f ks . 'V 5 .A -, M , X Q Q lv f QM A ii " K b Y ' 1 Y- ,,,,g,:-E.: . 1 gr K ,' I 1 1' if ,, , . V All , 1 -Zyl N , .N 5 .3 .K wat- I W" P , H -.,, . - , . .L , ,V H ve . i. - 55 3 ' , .:i1 1 .1 Il x,4l' v ligzvk , - L -3.555414 ..1 1. Cunningham, Berger, Farrell, Endebrook, Roemer, Atkinson. 2. Bush, Gilbert, Wright, Hilsinger, J. Gayman, Biggs. 3. Lockman, Shelton, Larkin. Adams, Oswald, Mullen. -L. Staley, Cramer, VV. Gayman, Reese, Kimble, Heckel. 5. Cochran, Foulk, Smith, Hartman, LeMay, Todd. 6. Reed. Allin, Tower, lIcMillen, Pfau, Kinsey. 219 ' 1 , .fvg il,,-'yy . .., , .2 1,1 .-. ,-. -- L..4x3' L... gf . bi- 'I ' ' ' 1 NN 1-ll V- '-'15 'f . 155131. 5 ..-' , Harry C. Andersrm. '20 James D. Booth. '30 Ricluu-fl D. Bryant. 'QS Thomas Clifton, '30 Frank YY. Conner. '30 Evans L. Delfamp. 'QED Gilbert E. Eflger. '28 Ralph P. Glover. '29 Lee W. G1'asfeflc'r. 'QT ' . Typ P1 Kappa Alpha .va r'- 1 V' '40 4 U ff 1 'J -' 4 K 30. " L V , , . L' '1 FUUIIITOC1 at-the University of Virginia, 1803 'r' .31 70 Chapters " Alpha Xi Chapter established 1910 ' ' ' 'n MEMBER IX FACLLTY Reginald C. NICCTPZIIIE ACTIVE KIEMBERS Wm. H. Grosse. '28 Baxter G. Muon-. 'rio Loren Sieffermau. '30 Willard V. Hesse. '30 J. M. Perry. '30 Kimball C. Smith. '30 V. Xlayu Ho1'1'ina.n, '30 George 0. Peters Walter B. Smith. '27 11. Yanllykc Hupkins. '27 L. C. Pittman, 'Q9 W. Fred Thuulas. '20 Varl T. Kirehlnaier. '29 Rudolph E. Reimer. '28 B. A. Tihhetts. Jr.. '29 Jnlln l". llnH'1nan, '30 Richard B. Roberts. 'QT R1C'1lill'I,l S. Tyler. '30 A1fl'l'I1 if Klein, 'QS John T. Rouse. '29 Don M. Lnkrieli. '30 lfl. fiarrvt Kiiulmluc-li. '30 Otis A. Seliurr. '29 Veclric Vogel. '29 Wan. J. Mel.ain. 'QS Ed. YV. Schulte. '30 Ranalcl S. West. 'QT PLEDGES Rohert Atkins. '30 :xl'1,1llll' Benjamin. 'QS Gust lluutli, '31 K Gemge Hrussert. '31 I'0l'1'y Donnely. '30 , Ruhert Donovan. '31 b ' ft Tliomas Gem-ge. '29 r " Oscar F. Grelmner. '29 ' ' ' Donald Hamdy. '31 ' ' Vlyde Judy. '31 M ,D P11111 Kulilmes. '30 , George Russell. '31 1 Hula-rt 13. SllYllg'l'. '30 IV' Burton Selicllt-uhm-Ii. '31 TT. Burton Yant'uren. '31 1 ' '4 "l'sx . 'L' 11 V7-1 I rf K." J . r ,J 1' ' ,-"- V LIN- f' 'U'-I T- ' 1 A., II1 , , . ..ML.1".1q ,Ave I K, ,!,. urn... " ' fy- '-1 ' J .'..4... J.. J' ,4- ' 4. iv. 1 'ur Q90 ,..l. , V lr. EQ: Q VT , H , ., .P ,rin p , lg f r A 1 -, l .Q lg x 'ji l, ii lll.,'4 It 5 f Ax J, .- W "wi: fi" ,il .LQ 4 :Mi 5, -1 ,,. 5 lf . A ,4 Y, "W'Y 'CY'-'i T ' R' 'W ', ,Q " "f H W 1 , Q.'S,Zf1.42B,i,C2i. fffgiff- . .A gi ' 1 5- 5 , ' gl ...Ji f W . -V 3, Q . vi Q S . Q f V W .- , - - , .I !'4:-: I Y ,, J, V I -' 2 I ii 'Q 1 ,,,, . t., e ,I N W , . , ,..., ' .- ' ff l ' ,? ff r 1 V- '53 'F 4 s n 'F ' , iz f " C 7 , I .f l w . 1 ,AK ' ' 'I ni' if l 1 ff . 7' - ix 7 5 mms , j 'ng , '-sf ' .'., .fr f -f .1 if I l 2 if K, ,kt-.. V ' 'I' X X " my ' ' "1 5' -- rf 1"-H s rg, I 1 :J , ' . 'A 1 'E P . ,,,. , ., if .. "',. " I - 575 N 1 1. Smith, Roberts, Grasfeder, Grosse, Lunge. Hopkins, lVest. Q. Shorr, Kirehmaier, Kleine, Benjamin. Reimer, Hoffman 3. Pittman. DeCaInp, Edger, Bryant, Anderson, McLain. 4. Peters, K. Smith. Clifton, Unrich, J. Hoffman, Kno- bloch, Vogel. 5. Hess, Perry, Morre, Booth, Schulte, Thomas. 6. Conner, Booth, Russell, Judy, VanCuran, Rouse 7. Brossert, Schellenback, George, Savage, Grebner, Donovan, Lideen. -fr . ' -fi 4 - .., .. , if X f '. . 45' ' ' A - . .. ' ' 4,-Lg, .Q fllv 'I V e .1 ei' gg . wwf -M QQ1 A, R. Mommy f1l12lil'll1:lH nf Buaml BOARD Ol" lJIRlCl"l'0RS AHTIIUIC R. lNI0Rr:,xN, . . ...........,, . . .,.. Cllililillllll FRANK F. IDINSIXIURE. . . IXXNIEL LA 1' I: Icxm '12 Szlnfmxl lirnwn Iillwaml II. Ernst . . . . . . . . , , . . . . , . . .xvit'L'-Cll1lil'lllilll , ........,....,..., Sec-lvtzlry and Busiucss BIRIIIKIQCI' lIk'l'IXL'l't fl. F11-l1c'll Emil Pullnk Alfre-ml Hawk Erwin 0. Siren-hleg fix-u1'gv II. XYz1l'ri11gtun IS Y gulls yd " "'A' -l' .fi 'vw f - - ' 3-5-i - . V 1 f . .' ' uv-gr X - . 1 ng5,25L1g1gggx.5y?TQd,21,. ,L lNclNNATl.xx ,go 3 f9 -f . -lm -, , 'e Z q 5 - S' l h M 'E a 1g1'T121 p a u D 45 9 9 V - nj' 'As f 'J '. i' 'L "' 4 ie-,rat "5 ' , I' juli un wr 1 1 91 l ' i 1:-' 'gl O 5 f A 5 Q A i W V14 1 1 1. 1 l Isl JI, ! 4 I 'vi .' . L l-.1 w 3 Q 'sf is V Q f 5.-.-U f , 'Ui 1 ffl? A A g I 5 5" , 5 r 1 l 9 .4 1 Myron Beitman, '27 - Jonah Mehl, 'QT I Sol Bruson, '28 Sidney Nleyers, '27 L all ' I Joseph F ilger, '28 Henry Rudolph Rosenthal, 'QS N ,Bali Edward Friedman, '28 Bernard Lipsitz, 'QS Morton Roth, 'QS mix ' Leon Goldman, '27 Jerome Lischkoff, '99 William Schmidt, '28 ' ' 'Jil Albert Goldstein, '28 Milton Marx, '27 Harold Schechter. '29 , J Q T is il l f 1 J x PLEDGES ' e fl ,4'Ax,, Harold Baron, '30 Albert Klein. '30 Joseph Segal, '30 1 , Q XJ L D' l l l l w V , iii' Qu akgl e ' prqg l , fe- 'frq 3 594 G' in .il Q ' 'dill 'Q' 1 13+ n , - ' 92 .ml 1 A +7 S ' Y.- , J- on on J Z' Q, f -1-fi"f:s'.f-'F' .J .q . fm V- , fi e f 1 1 Nw f5f'3' . - L-4 : mon- LKQJQEQ i ,E a , i'Ef31NwQ5'9C2 3?- W in ans. A - we . ' Q ......-5.1113 .vm 1-' - V- 1--v X 5:5 xy. QAM .rs 1-7 , 3. G ul A 7 W Q V.. 'Kr' , b. V 4 1 Y . , . W f . . 1 I . i A ..i ' 1 J . Y n . jg ,A I , -3 1. Beitman, E. Levi. Meyers. Mehl. Q. Piker, L. Levi. Lipsitz. 3. Goldman, Roth, Marx. 4. Segal. Baron ' 4 ROS9Hth3l,I.EX'iHSOH. :rl I' gf: ,.'5 P It, C-.-v ' ,ful-w ' , L:-.gui Q23 f s D X N x ,.- xr' -'E' N'-501.5--c.1f't fg- 4A .v i r amhda Chi lpha I .T ,J if Ala. 717: ' Founded at Boston University, 1909 73 Chapters Gamma Gamma Zeta Chapter established 1919 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Donald T. Berlmlue- Frank R. Byers C'larcnc-v O. Gardner Otto All-xamlvr, '28 Harry Allclc-l'son, '31 xvilllfl' Anmlc'rsul'1. '29 1Yilliam Arnold, '29 Arthur Auburn, '30 Norman Aulmrn. '27 Byron llarlwau. '30 Saniuel B1-all, '31 Ilivhartl Bolton. '28 Haynionrl Bradley. '27 Paul f'hapman, '30 F ACTIVE MEMBERS William Publi, '28 llolmert Corwin. '27 Hubert Flltwriglit, '31 Lee Davis, '29 Ric-harrl Dial. '28 Frank Dust. '30 'l'l1emlm'r- Dunn. '31 Norvin l"isc'ln-r. '29 Felix cililllillll, '29 1Yilliam llamnmml, '30 llarohl llnsv. '27 B vbif - ,-,,-1.12 at NS ' Ziff 522-1- Frank Johnson. '30 Walter Jones, '27 Roy Kilv. '30 Gorrlun Lillihriflge. '27 Robert Mattllvi. '30 Richard Mattt-rn, '31 Vvilliam Nieman. '28 1Yilliam Popp. '31 Charlvs Stl"IJl10I1S. '28 Harulcl Stunt-r. '29 John llumphrivs. '28 Furvst Ely. '27 Elmore Kinrlcl. '23 Albert Bauer. '28 Ilulicrt Mclntosh .'27 Edward Wvilliaxus, '29 Urvil LOf'l'il21l1. '29 Vliarles Own-ns. '2S Human Herman. '23 la-unarfl lfrlislnerger. '28 Varl l'0rm-lius. '23 .Iamvs Barry. '27 l'1.1-IDG ES Edward Graham. '30 Harry lim-rlclcll. '31 YYilliam l'lin1vr. '30 'YE' ' .' . L4 Q '.p.'. e A J ' 1 'S+ ,fr 'nl .TJI UQ: P V V. ,f .'f:.2,'-:"fF:,-7 QL X Q., 1g'Z.'..,'-'.z.fi,'. " -' F Ziff ' . Q f A A UL ,A . I.: 1 l ' V ll, 5 V 9 tg ll I. 1 A ' l A ' 5 ' A-fffiffpi-..A :ii: v., H 1 ,'.' sf:-.2 f . l l ' 'fi 1 l l . Z Q , . ., A A V ' 1 V ga 1 t 2: K ' Q I .rr t. in Vu. , Q . u ' 1 ' ' 1 - , A A is 'Q' 1 l- li 7 vain" Q l Li lil., s :X 4-. ' , - A, ' R X as V Nil -1" 5' . lr. -N 1 -1. 1 . rx., 1 i I v A A Q f-if . ff 1 1. Ely, Humphries, Auburn, Alexander, Melntush, Corwin. 2. A. Auburn, Gwinner, Hose, Lillibridge, Stoner, Cobb. ,-'-ill 3. Davis, Beall, Gilliam, Stephens, Jones, Arnold. 4. Sudhoff, Johnson, Popp, Kindel, Bradley, Anderson. 5. Dunn, 1' Hammond, Lunsford, Nieman, Kile, Anderson. , . IQ K 'u 1 u f-if ',' wifi'-. J 'i4'?x .. 'A .-e K ' ' ' 3 1. - 'sri' , ' 1 4',"' J" I , lm V N -vyi- yn- .i-,JI Q95 f x rf-"' , , , , , , , V in 1-7 xi! Avv 1' , r i """' ""' ,' 'fifvr-l vv' vv- yv, 7,14--Lrv I v fn . . x - -. . ff ' , . 1 ' Li 1 - ' Q -f 15551 ' 1-N..A9l.1'r -"-f?1Q.Z'.1..sS2',ff'5? -, ,J h' ' s I 1 , ota 1 psilon L ff Y Lvl fi!! I t l .9 fg. . 1' S Ri in 4 9 Y J-if "1 1 sp. dr.. fp X . I Q1 I V gl 1- Aj c 'C' Vu , i , .. 1, , Vid 1 - 1 Founded at I'niVersity of Cincinnati. 1919 1 'Chapter iga ' lplni Chapter estublirrlied 1919 Z' " N rf!! I "4 . 'X-X 1 . '12 N AMEMBERS IX F1-Yf'I'LTY ' '-. .- f T Julnn Dvfauup W xY1lli2iTlf1'x'ilgEl M-I Ray Spvncvr f' 14' Kl'I1l1i'1l1 Nluorv Dr. Harris Ben 'dict 'I 41 : ' i l sq 1 . 9 ' . l,.'l iwrn 13 Mliulgfiznw I xy s ' Q 1 4 Lowell Aialrup. '29 f'lii'Fnrd Lindlilooin. '30 lflwster Stern-lt. 'QT E ' 4 . I . . ' . . Lurcnzo Atkins. '27 . 'l'hUudru'e Lundquist. Q7 ,fl Arthur bwensnn. Q7 Kel, Harris Bencdivt. Jr.. '29 Dwigllt Moorelicad. 'mf-"J Vincent 'I'l1i6'l2lUdPI'. 'QU Willizun Bcluwtt. '29 Herman NCQVIDIIIQ, '-29' Percy Thielauder. '30 fi Ralph Bursick, '30 3llllCOllT1 Parkw. '29 Elias Toy, 'QU ,"i David Congleton. '30 Stanfurd Peterson. '30 Richard Yan Vyvcn. 'QS .'-l 'rilylfll' CUllUVt,'l'. 'QS Huge-ne l,l1lI1l'll'j'. '30 Alvin Vitz. 'QS . - I Augustus Darden, '30 Burnett Reed. '27 Howard We-hr, '27 r', f'l:u'em'e Gzlllinmre, '28 c'l1il1'lCS Rossi-y. '28 I'I21l'111K1Il Yvilsun. '29 ,rw Xvilfrwl Lessard. '27 Allen Room-ll. 'QT l"I'L't'll1RlI1 Young. '29 lt Riclmrcl Shelly. 'QS X" xg cj - 1' r ' ' - f I al . V Y' s' . ruznurzs ' f ,' m , 1 arlus Butlvr. '31 , Donald Dcfauup. '30 A Edwin Drnkv. 'til b' "1 Ycrnil Hcnricksun. '31 P - Curl Kiskcr. '31 n ' Jnllll Nldmlzl. '31 Vf-,I Alfred 0'Dr-nnvll. '30 L-'L'- Artluu' Suhu. '30 If. ', LilYYl'L'l1L'L' Swartz. '30 'QQJ l':llgl'1ll' Wulf. '31 11 v,..3. 1 527' if af Y ' .1 . i-..g,,7,7 WY, ,, 1 L11 lf 1 rv -1'-jigs.: pls -: 1' r-5, V ,I x ,P-vvfx WJJJQ . . 1 . .- .Q fi.-. ,Jun .. 1 1 ..,gg,1,..l... lgfnrfgi Q26 ' -A f 4,,7:,t,:Y' ,vivi-T,,"f sw ,:::T".g:t ., -, . fi .. .,., W , ,IZ ,gf N., vi I T-nf' H Wil tffki e . ' A . ,, 2- 1 ggi F , A . . l wi . 1 ,ag Arial ' ... rf' 1 H. A3 X W., . 5- 'f .E ev . l fin- A WW . A 1. , "1 ' ,M xg .,N ,A 6 . V. , W f is V lb 'l ' l 'f .V . QQ 'P . . . ef. P P , f J 11 V -'I'- .1 .1 1 . ' 1 S IQU w,, . . . , ,-5.:f.::.-.f gg.gg:.,f1.1- N f QM - ll I . V.--11'r-iifvfv P ' .:,gs22' . .- 1 N uf. if N i .1 xi. ., .. Q Q it I 4 " " 'P -' 'Vfli if ' . ,S 11: ' . x., . 8, Q: C .i R 'S 'f Q. f l . 1 .5 1 .. ij: -AVIQ K 3 , 'gh I .42gI.. f ' 4 V - f:32af22.':Q.jE.j:-I -,g A MQ' 1 .- .,.. 1-.il-'wzcrfl 4 f' xf',:::1'g-" .4 l l UP, '1 -A I .04 .W . ' i , ,4 '1 .N 5 , .4 , I 1. Atkins, Sterrett, Reed, Swenson, Lundquist, Vitz. 2. Shelly, VanVyven, Reesey, Wehr, Rooch. 3. Newman, ea, Wilson, Young, Aistrup, Thielander, Gallirnore. 4. Congelton, P. Thielander, Morehead, Bennett, Peterson, Bursiek. elf 5. Darden, Parker, Benedict, Lindbloom, Phinney. 6. Swartz, Drake, DeCamp, Kisker, Sohn, Hendrickson. F-'I ,, 1. , V .X ' 'ii 'P' ' ' 'Si 'Q -f "3 "ll" -.., ' ' ' 1 .- - """""""" . """' " 'H ' 1. 'if V- ' ---'v ff ff -rr 5' f. ,T 35,1-, . rf, . f' ,- 1457- -'- . .4 -. .. - ' -.1 V 1 . -1- r ,xy K f,,,Q 4 ,, 4 ,1 , 13, -EY JIMJ1' 1 ki f 5 . mg rw, v H Q- Y'y,'e 3 QL: LJLJL 4' 1- f4:gff:'?'td A" 't 1 ' ' ' ' Q E i .-'14 LL- If -L Y 'lifes .-, . 46 W ' .. -Li' I A - 'ggi' A I 'Y ' f' v J EZQ7 I E..jL.-jig 4,51-iCg1!fv.'fIfg,j fin '. .- 1, 4 P, . e 1 , xx ,ff ,,,1,f. JT., H ,, -M:,,4w.. .-,- ..-.-,. W vp, ,, , I l Q v 1 f 5 l rr? '4-Tqgfgt, 'ESQ Q W , --rg fl, Y., , " J A 4 ' ' , ,NV 4 4. ' x - 1 ' E 5 s K fJ.3,3,5,4i,:Jlf?.XKKf5'f 415951, ..-JM C INCIN M1 'AN hi Beta Delta Q5 S 5, I "1" l 4 l QBAZ-Q l 45,1 I V i Q 'fd ' 'fm 6. I ' 9 '14 1 ' i. ff' , V ,, I 'I Founded at Columbia University, 1912 1 if M 27 Chapters - - Mu Qhapter llShed, 1920 , X Al' X , . l RS? are . K. A ,ef I T4 '4 ' w 5 u 1 'Wil S 7 CYP ,i .Lf J . ' x 4 A f gtg., 5 i, fl' f l lf 4 ' ' x' ' Q, ll ii l N, " if' - A E l 1 145 1. ,.MEM5:K1.?,,:, FA 1Ftl1I Y li z- l ' ,U 'Ex V. . 3- ' '71 Hiram 'El 517' eiss V' I ' W ' I A . I 'l 1' I L X ,fry '35- ACTIVE MEMBERS y 5 .N ' v Elmer Berger, '29 Lawrence B. Goldinger, '29 William Schwartz ' ' 'fl' William Braude, '29 Morris Graff, 'QS Emanuel Sonnenreich, '29 ' I I 1 K. ll Jess Cohn, '30 Sidney Lefhowitz, '29 Morton Solomon, '27 L -- Natl Peter Engel, '29 P. Sherwood Lynch, '28 Allan Tarshish, '29 6 I Morris Garfield Stephen S. Mendel, 'QS Sidney Unger Abe Garlikov, '28 I. Mark Miller, '28 Samuel Weinstein, '28 . If .fl David Goodis Isadore Sacks, '30 Mark Wells, '29 I Abe L. Schwartz, '28 L fi? , I K X -x 1 . E2 li 1 Q35 aw ' I '11 ' '71 l l ff. '53 425 4 Vt' I ' I A scary tryin M U: l ' A v IJ u ,fl ll..!',Q ' V, Q t. Lgwl 7 1? R, 1' gp I 1 I.. W J fn- IWW? Defi!" , ' ,E ,li neto , J . .m e 1 Q 92s l WN" '3- " W4 Y 7 K Y 1 - x 55 . .,. .. --v' --.. . .V .. . 'L ' A: ' ' ' N .. 1 ,. , 'U . "' I, . .5 . ,i1?f,-.wif h hf f Q! n. ,,a ,VI , lv . .J - I r 1 1 I 'W V .-, 1 'Q 3. 4 I.. PV X:- fr -1 N1 Q rl 4-,I ,AMP-U H5 ,rx . N11 f"s Qf fee If ,W .ggi hp Q' PL' " '1 K .fff i 1. Garfield, Schwartz, fnger, Solomon. Q. Garlikov. Lynch lvhller Gui? 3 bonnenrclch Goldm fu Tarbhlsh A. Schwartz. 4-. Lefhowitz, Engel, Mendel, Braude. 5. Berger Cohn Wellb Dubermtem - .4 ,--, W ,V 4 , '-. 4 " fg' v- ' - -. f 1 P Va. f 1 114' 5 :IA N ,,-"YA - v'r?.x' . 13153 ' 1 K , .fc 'sl ...sf . -. h - V- f H 34.- Y xhful .. V529 r-le rv' .,,,q.., -:. I V i .1 o . I ,Q 1 .4 - g E155-Lillie C I IN CIN NAT IAN rl- fqmflf fc: - r . . A, 5 1 Q U . . -- U 'Q' Q o n ,T , h1 PSIIOD 1 ggi 9 ' V ,E ,l UL ' . , 'Q 67' .ff . 11 .j E I I 48,51 A f . 3 4 mg' I .4 Vx T 7 NJ 7 I Yfkx v'l 3 S A 'nfl ' hx' rg Q ' A ..-1 U4 fx YV X A Q ' W 1 1 ref - - --iw M W3 'I Founded at CityrC ' Sflkfew YorkIr1903 ' 'F 25 a ters 1. ' 1 -o Eff-I e I. . f fi' omega'nihaptelfigblished-1920 yn: H ' - :Q .' - .- 1 A 9 1 jg' Mg. 33, VZ e -.,, -1 l I' A - ' L kgs? ACTIVETEQINILQBERS 1 'bi ff Edgar NI. Bottigheirner, '29r' 'I I Fred Q28 Victor Rosensweig, '29 w I 151+ Emanuel Brandes, '28 4" A. !'n,'I-Ienry Goldstein, '29 - -1 'E KN' Howard Ullman, '27 ' - ,f Henry Fechheimer, '27 or - Lgggxrrence KaI1n,!QraduZite ' ' Lester IValdman, '28 7 I' ' SiEnIgEy-Ififen'Steini'29 IFJ! 1 -1 J, """""' l ""' '-7': .EE I I:'6 , ,- v ' 1-' 1 ff PLEDGES 49 . 'Y' ' I, Maurice P. Block Jr., '30 Paul Fechheimer, '30 Robert B. Kalm, '30 'tn " V Lawrence Eichel, '30 Ansel Harris, '31 A I. Jack Martin, '30 Lyra ., HL . A I - 15 rf, I 4 I ' 'rs' I 'I G' I 'Y' I-5 gall : 4' 4 1 JS, 'vgl I .f K3 ' E34 M I I 1 1 -5. f' .I W. .G 4 I' Lb. 4 I yr VH ' 6 XL, N ff' - '54 iq J v' f' J' rp t' 'I' . ' v 1 Ga . .XQ W wtf' I " , EN ' 15,1-5.rI.".,Qx' "'Q f if "AY'- X I .. 9-N .Q ' E, ., I., , 'f -q-gg' - s 1 , I miie-f.',f-5HL17'1'.L. .'-SQ.51'f "' .39 ' ' " . ' ' 65' ff so I"-rf? 1R.'25' .": 0 Qso ' Ii.-f o-, WJ ,J , ,, 1- .V T. v-. 4. -- A ' 'JS Y'1'r ,- ?,i ,QA-n.,t44.!pLh 3'1" 5'- ' 1 . 1 g , r '-N ,,f.?Y 'AJQ I ,Jil V... A . L I ' A 1.4 1 1 ,M 4 ' .- I 1' . M L. . '7'N. 'sw ri--' U 'H i r .Ml I' fl L-Wf H515- , K ,, 1 1. Bottigheimer, Ullman, Waldman. 2. Brandes, Fecheimer, Goldstein. 3. Lowenstein, Block, Eichel. -L. P. Fec heimer, Martin, V. Rosenzweig, Kahn. . ' , J-, QQQIXTT 5 ' ' H. 'A 1, '. 231 f, F. W. CHANDLER, A.B., A.M.. l'h.D. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts The College of Liberal Arts in any university performs an essential service. Unlike the various professional schools, it aims to provide general rather than specific education. Unlike the Graduate School, it makes no attempt to extend the bounds of knowledge. Instead, it ditfuses knowledge and develops mental powers. rendering its students free of the republic of learning, able to think and act independently, not in one capacity alone. but in many. Thus, it lays the surest foundation upon which special studies can build. Students in the College of Arts of the University of Cincinnati are deferring their professional preparation in order to approach it more intelligently. They are endeavoring, under expert guidance, to survey the world of nature and man with a view to attaining a better understanding and enjoyment of all the values of life rather than just of those which contribute to the practice of some particular vocation. 7' fW 19 u 1 l 1 1 v. -4 n I -if-1111 r N , W ,E W Y I E ,r ' lf: S 0 T"17i'?y'r' V r'f..J' Q v,fTr ' , , , W I L 1 , d ' A ufgqp., 1escggg43?GL3eyf,vgg3hl1,p. ge xxcxN1xATl.x5 e 4 -Ad , va M flip Sl .. , K -ff . n ' 0 l g au Delta hl M l 9 ' 9 M 6 C1 ii 'ig t'aC',!l 4 lag ,ff " 'iisw ww ' ' H Tw ' l - ltffl - 12' f V l? JJ lr, f I l pr-. e A on ee, M Q 91, Q' R x' xl - Q Founded atm Cityfml egL!'ofNew,-York,-13910 'F' lm XX 16 Cllapterg, 4 - .fi 'fc 4 Kappa ghqpter'establi5l?mi'192d F xx dh". x,- F' lawful rss. T M J! , , l ff , li l l ' u v --'K , ,P"""" . my I I ,L ,T f ,fn l l l - I' QACTIVEHMEMZBE, e ' A x ,lil ', all in 1 ,4- l Leon Bass, '29 I Cl1zqlegNlVl'!eitug,N?.l Samuel Soskin, 'QS 1 I Milton M. Bloom, '28 X Jefon1e'R0se-nblbo J. Louis lYarm, '26 1 ' 13 J Milton Greenwald '26 X,X.I.ouifSel11Eeider, '28 'J 1 . Sidney Wolf, '28 L kj Joseph Gumbiner, '29 ,Y Meyer-Simo,n7128j' David Zielonka, '26 f ,u ,R G35 ff. f Q M BE If l , 4 q L '11 up ,mn or , Q '-gl PLEDGES of JJ , .Y kgs l Morton Cohn, '30 Lawrence Jatle, '31 Harry Rozin, '80 fb 73 Ralph Habas, 'Q9 Joseph Kresh, '30, Milton Thalberg, '30 X lm lg to i - 1 V5-" S? go S fll , M lg' E' lf, r '91 ' "' lm l rf' 1 mx. bln 7 A 3515: lv 'LN' I 'u ll "L all A QI! Tl-1-vw-, X i 'L 'J e M W, . , v f l V . f -J - p. f- Q, .S .' QA'-jf' . -Q ,g- A , JT! J S QZXQQXJ AR 4' .L 232 W, Lu -1. L Q X G , 1 1 'x W 31. W . 'i , ,ll -l .' 1-f 'L-'I l . ' 4. . , g.. l 7 I E E .. J , lu, 1. Zielonka. Meitus, lVarm. Greenwald. Q. lYeinstein, Horn, Pichel, XvOllI1gE'T1H2lIl. 3. Bloom, Rosenbloom, Simon H, Q1 Soskin. 4. Snyder, Bergman, YYolf, Habas. 5. Cohn, Thalberg, Bass, Hillman, Rozin. P ffl +I' wh: Y fin, , , -.- - .,--, . 1 s-, -. f ln of xx .1 url ,,. . N . , 4 -ea Q33 .XI4 ,Xllclc-rsuil. 'fill lla-nsun. '31 lilic-kla-y. '27 Brown. '29 lilllu-y, '27 Cmwfnrnl Jr., 'QS I,1lIlf111'll1. '29 Dnwrszliii. '30 l'fvcr4-lt. 'QU fiI'1llll'I1Sll'1lPI', 'QD riangle A 'H . Fouualcfl at Vuivcrsity uf Illinois, 1007 lf! f'l12lIJll'1'S C'i11cin11ati"4'h:1pte1' estailgulislied 1921 VNIICMBIQRS IX l-'At'lil.TY -xumler J'-ukins I'I0w:u'1l l.lltlIl?:r .Xf"l'lYE 1Vll'lNlBEHS V. lIZlll2l4l11y. 'QQ G Olvurkleill, '29 YY. llummf-lmtlm, 'QS fl. HtDi'r111l1I1. "ZS ll. Hullv. 'QS T . Hull. 'QT Nl. JilI11l'S..QS J. Mielrlletsm. '29 li. Xivlmlsuu. 'QS P, Nmwliil. .27 L. Pc-vt. '29 G E 11 G D fi B. ,.sL.4.......n.- .. . V.. . . ...Y , 23-L Pliures. '30 Heir-lmiwl. 'QT I1f'lIll12l1'llt. '29 Relxkzl. 'QT IzlL'l1iH'1lS011. '30 Rim-liurdsull. '31 ff' 7 1 , I . .. , . f L' 1 l A..." ll:-an FCll11l'lllK'l' lllji uf, '27 B. IlllSl111101'C. 231 S4-hula-r. '30 Svliott. '29 Smith. 'QQ Smith. '27 Struulpf. '29 Taylor. '30 Tliorsvrl. '31 Wiickline. .31 l'l,EDG1-IS V. Brill. '31 A. Davis. '31 J. I'Illl'tllL'. 'Sl 1 . llcusvr. 31 D. Huwau-ll. 'SSI J. Lnwwill. "ll l.. Blount 'IW 1.. Picl. '50 N. S0lll'1'N, 'IMI 'QT' .X Y sr .git V, .L fi, ,-..-1,.,.,'. 7 I s rr L' -xzk' 7, 'fora ,KYJI jfff., It K A 'X .I H i Q-. f-.fLs:,:J'f3, Q r .-.,'Y4?o.e..,. - - i . 5 ' "H" " "LL" ""' 'Tn' .gg ' . 31.71 K , , . ,,,.., , ,. ....,:,.: st, V - ii v , -Q ' gzip' X Hx YJ , - X hr ..... 'R X 'G 3 3? if ix. , ii was N F .1 , , 7 ,, ., " qi J 'kmvi . ,Q u., 4 Y-N' .. x , 4 - . A EPN7 t 'txil ' 1 'Qi' ' ff- 1. Crawford, Holt, Reichard, Rebka. 2. Roof, Hammelrath, Blickley, Reinhardt. 3. Nicholson, Everett, Middleton, . 'gi Bukey. 4. Doersam, Hoffman, Melvin, Schott, Smith. 5. Koch, Schuler, Danforth, Strump, Pharis. 6. Wickline, P .4 Richardson, D. Richardson, Benson, Grabensteder. L L.v'Q:"v'f'3"'7A,- , jf "' 'Vw Q li. - , ' ' I ' , s' iam f2.'.w.fo. ig: 'I gs - -od . l 235 -45515, M. Air-hholtz. '29 A, Bottler. "27 H. Bac-hler. '30 J. Barth, '31 F. Cranlpton. '29 E. Duffy, '27 W. Divers. '28 F. Deuschle, '29 V. Duffy. '31 A. Finkhine. '28 I y l I 4 6 " X ".'fT3'ff5.f-Q r Slgmd h1 ta 1 . Y. ll Founded at Cincinnati. March 7, 1921 1 Chapter ACTIVE MEMBERS G Griesenbeck, '30 F. Owens. '29 J. Glenn, '29 A. Schroeder, '27 A. Hallet, '31 G. Schroedel. '28 E Hurst, '31 G. Toepfer, '27 G Keiser. '28 J. Uhl. '28 L. Greene. '30 YY. 1Yise. '28 G King. '28 C. 1Yinter. '28 B. King, '30 J. Yvintcr. '28 D Lontz, '27 R. Zorn, '29 H Lowe, '28 P. Zorn. '31 G Nt'WIl1ll1'k. '28 V Y A 8 P I ifiiiifg 'F " x '33 r '. fu ,gf 1 Y '- .. 1' r 4 , .1 f N J fu 4 lk: ' 4 rf-7' H4 ,il ,bv-4 U., I' ' is MQ A f I 4 4 ., , - , . , , I W I tx'-'fl ,W.y.,.7,,.i1w .'-'jff' , ,,.,,!.s. -"'1l'a1y """f4-r i--'Hifi "" - ' 1' 'Faii 'Li"f K, xx '.:'i"'AY"' E236 1 1 me-'H ,,. .4 M!-A Vgfijqi., "1 v Y -- I ' 44,f3:7.ilki!21lfl3. Cl' .. " 1 YA I 'EAI il V e fm -Q- lay' li- V f Q? - if l - Q . 4- '- i v if 9 Q g 5 .. , U-4 5 nw ' , . x K 1 X ,Q I , ,.,. I . .f l X l lf lv. :-:I . ,.', .3 I Z . M Qt, i E J Ala N ., I, 1 In ,X 1 1- 1 V if ar' .aw 'l ' .1 ,,,. I R..-if V 4 . 7 1 f ':": F ,Aff lr., 3 G 1 H ' A -my r J e lf' lk J . M"'1-11 ' I A Y Lxid ' 1 ppl 1. Lontz, Kieser, Duffy, Toepfer, Bottler, Schroedel. 2. C. VVi11ter, Deuschle. E. Yvinter. Finkbine. Glenn VVISC 3. Uhl, Lowe, King, Neumark. Peel, Schroedel. 4. Crampton, Gilbert, Owens, Divers, Werner, R. Zum. 5. Baehler p Aieholz, Griesenheeh, x'311L3l1I', Green, B. King. 6. Wright, V. Duffy, Hallett, Barth, Hearst. P. Zorn. lui- as 1' A Y hu m+1J'f.m ' f.,I'j.fk '. rf A fl in . +- "I, J, 1 f E Yi., n., , .-,- . www' l ., ,f 2 YYalt1'r A. llaunlv l.:1wr1-11111 Vllellmwtln Philip Bzlhlzuxf, 'ffl John Bcihn, '29 xvilliillll B4-st. 'QT llf'r:ll4l Castle. '27 Logan Corn-, 'QS John Ec'k4-l't. '30 Flvlllll ellcbwcraft L ,ff 2 Q, 4, 'I lvd at lvnivf-rsity nf fiifllillllllti. 1 Vhapler M EM HERS IX FM 'I'I,'l'Y NKIIWYUUTI if Gcis Afflllll' Sc-huhe-rt M"l'lYE BIHNIISI-IRS Paul lu-glcy. Zh xyilliillll uI'1'L'1lW2lIf. '29 lfloyd HiIlI'iI'ks. '29 NI2lI'ill11 Huhur. Post fLI'ill1ll1ltP Karl Kleuk. Pust Grmlxmtv Holla- I,l"llf'll2llll'I'. "IT 233 0 1921 Ralph .L Yun V51 Genrgv Uhrist. "IT Vlaumlv Smith. 'QT Hurulml Yun XY51-. "N Wvillizuu YY1wst. 'QS John Young. 'RH l'l,l-IDG ICS QQZIPI Gohlv. '30 f'llt'StL'I' Imrsnn. 'Sli Rohm-rt Hamm-r. 'Sl - f ,V I+ -.. . 'T U 94-. H 1 E: 1,1 7 -X Al, ,fa R .. , i f tr- !'Ai,?"4r A., .. vi .....,.- l 1. Fegley, Greenwalt, Huber. 2. Echert, Beilm, Obrist, VanVVye. 3. He-inrichs, Yvuest. Castle, Cone. 4. Klenk Leuc-haue-r, Smith, Young, 5. Best, Goble. Maurer. Baldauf. 'flirt' ' 'J w 1 .s ,L A Q39 lpha au mega Founded at Rielnnnnrl, Virginia. 1865 90 Fhapters Ohio Delta Lamhrln established 19:22 MEMBERS IN FAC l,'LTY Charles Albert .Iuerger William Wahnitz Harvey Hmlward Dracll Earl I". Allen, '30 Robert Barrows, '29 Will C. Benton, 'QB hvilllillll K. I3U!'IlCIll1lll. '27 J. ff t'lII1lliIlgll2lIll. 'QS Vvilliam E. Cunningham. '28 Gerald lluncan. '30 Harry Hlnlorv. '27 l,zuvr1-nee lflury. '30 Varl Gieringer, '30 lfdwarrl fihlfllllvyfll 'sau Ai 'TIVE MEM HIGHS John V. Grant. '29 Paul 0. GI'lbCl1j'. 'Qfl M'illiani Hagelneyer, '97 George P. llahn. '27 Leonard Harper. '27 .Ianu-s IC. llaxtain. '27 George Hcihnan, '30 Eflward Hoppe, '27 Robert O. Hunt. '30 Furl H, Kiesell. '20 George' Klick, '20 in 25 240 John Ili ihart Hoskins Ralph Miller, '29 Forrest Nagley, '29 Philip Partridge. 'QU George Rngers. 'ill Millard Smith. '30 lYy1nan P. Smith. '20 Vaughn M. Thorne. -lark Thurnell. '30 Vharles Vance. '27 George White. '30 PLEDGES Austin Barruws. '31 Clark Gross. '31 l.l0ycl Hrlrrolml. '30 Harold C. Hull, '31 Janivs Margeelant. '31 llowarml E. Miller. 'ISI Hollis Patterwn. '30 lcdgill' ll. Renal. '31 llerlmert XY. Slarivk. 'til Ficgfrieil Il. Flarirk. '30 Kenneth Suiiiiiu-re. 'Ill furtiw x'illlQllZlll. 'Ill Holm-ri ll. N l1':'4'lHUlllL'. 'Ill -v. y 1 . -.++ or .. 1 f 1111 -I., 1 1- J':321..g.bL1f23+' p . l . ' - . .ff 1 .1 . v I ' " "W ' A V L l I . 1 ,, ... mn' A f 51" 1' 1 . . 'f' -'51, ,,- . ' .. J' ii' F l. ':....,.4 N , " "me ' ' X .ffl ' E Iig:f1,z,":, Q' . , " I an zzqgr- Q - N f u rt. . 'LD H .v " A' f ' 'xp 'S Q .-1.35 ' ,' i tv to if, , . .. t ' ' .,., ' - Q: ' . . .. if -. x.-iw i. Q -. --.- .. . , ., . , . H , -, ,. . .1-fl A ' 14 W ' j 1 ASQ' - ' I V . . r ' f . ,v V ,. rn A. ,fri :,,,g3, - .I . A 'P' is ' 5 , 5:",:l,' . 1, to-J ' V' f ' l . . v:-FT' t ' 1539" . . .5:L.J:lln in ,I . b .j,f,,g:,g-.3 wry 5 5 f - ' ' 2 -' Q 'wr i f '. if . gg lg It I, .,AA . , V , . ., , . A gig " ...J f' A , . 5 if 1 .4 . ,H .. . . ,.,A, .. . , f-.1 l 'wg A ' H '1 ' . .- ' IW ' '. ' nt, , A .- L, A " 3 iv -Y -fx , Q A V riding ' , 13: 1. 1. i Q1 ' 9 X, Q . 1. " F A ' 'e.:..,f51 wi . I 5535 . , I 5 X Sa, ...M . fs 5 ' . .,,A , ,. lr. .1 Y I .315-'g::s.s5':' gi - . 'f f ' . V Q ' rw i l - 1 Q, ,, A ,-6 A A I . . ,. , . , ,.A1 X . . l' - l lei - iii, 5: . I . fl if25fi'-I.. if : -. . 1 N ' 'S-I::Z:" - ' 'ff l -. - H 1 1 . ...., ,,..f. - P ' V,.V . ' .l Vg .H 2-1. A. gp, H xr .,. A .i a ' , '25- ...iz . - .rtfffq ,l t - V sr ...M ' . 1. i ' r-,ru , f TJ . ww, U '.' it l Hastain. 3. Kissell, Miller, Grischy, Duncan, W. Cunningham, ,. ' M. Smith. 5. Hunt, Thorne-ll, Goldmeyer, White, A. Barrows, P51 Hull, Read. I -Y A e, Tj!"--v f 1---,. .-f 1. -e N I - .2,.,f Qui-1'S'4.'.13?.1..'1fg f..gfL1Q:4?liLrf. H 1. ' ' N f' 241 1. Harper, Benton, Cunningham, Vance, Hoppe, Hahn. 2. Elmore, Thorne, Hagemeyer, Allen. 4. Klick, Partridge, H. Starick. 6. S. Starick, G Borneman, W. Smith, Barrows, Grant, Rogers, ross, Vaughn, Hauenstein, . ' ---f .- A. I 1 1, ,- fi -. ,. I ' f rx 1. v ' Q' ' rr 4 , . . ..- .4 x,'- ,, , L 'J. J. ' .L "'!,.'g 4 , - .,,,,.',,, H,,,f' A l n 9 w I H. SCHNEIDER. B.S., Sc.D. Di-un of the College of Engineering and Vonnnerce I tell my students frequently and frankly that I :un 11ot for im minute inter- ested in training them to make money, or to possess shztrper mental tools to edge out an easier life than the other fellow, or even to build bridges or run factories or devise I116Cl1il.lliSl11S just for the :ict of building or running or devising. The real game of life has no such nzirrow liniitationsg and fortunately most young people donat want. such IIIIIIIHIIIUIIS. If an student graduates from this school with the idea of getting all he can for himself and of giving :Ls little as possible of himself: of alcquirinpg at 1na.t.erial pile at the cost of xi dwarfed inner self 1 of Il1E'1lSlll'lllg success by tangible values raither than by intangible values: then I luiye failed in my job. and so linye they. S I 20 ,ni 3-ee 1-'Y . x' . r ., ,, -,::: , "T -ww ,, Q - W, ' 'ij' 3 Y E i I l 1 v vy- v- , 71 1 r ' '-T 'I 159 V - 1 li. f,1.L'.-E5'.?L'7?'lQH'.'si'q,f! J f "f"v.f'E eta appa ,fi -' J! . 'A r ' 'A-J 1 ' ' 'X L' J . 2 , '- v . l'Y,i 1 'Bi '54 O f " V164 If J, , A p. wr V 1' fr' Fi' ' 1. .J e - 'W' .-4 , Founded at iifiline University, St. Paul, Minn., 1901 l" 1 1 y ff.. '17 Chapteiis -9- .if Q ' Zzisilgghziiprlier established 1925 , , ' IH' ' , ' 1-' . , . 5 . . ., . 1 4 ,H - f ' 1 ' b-4 A 'xiii N, , fl. . .4 '- wg, 1 ' ' . ' -' MEMBER ' -. KA. 'LTY " . 1 .- 'f ,, 9-3 ' 4 ' DareXAu:,WV'6llS:, Hx ' 5 3,4 .. .I . N33 1, ie -1 1 '- 1 . ' r ' 'Rw' "wi " ' . ACTIVE MEMBERS.. '53,- Marion T. Brant, '29 H. Gail Doan, '29 Martin F. Mathews, '27 Harry A. Strippy. '30 L21 Wallace K. Bergen, '29 James F. Dunham. '29 David S. Maitland, '27 W'allace Scott, '27 Q Arthur D. Brittingham, '28 Shirley N. Duer. '29 Donald H. ltiarkwood, '30 Edward A. Tennant. '30 Q 1 Lawrence G. Budke, '27 Elmer E. Fancher, '29 John S. lVIeKee, '29 John M. YYalker. '30 'YT John E. Burgess, '28 Richard T. Fox, '28 Fred Uexman. '27 lYillian1 R, Warner. Jr.. '28 Hflt I Carl L. Buniiller, '2S' Wlilliani C. Hartz, '27 Howard E. Oexman, '27 Edward lvilson. '28 'A ' James WV. Crider, '29 John E. Herrnstein, '28 VVilliam J. Pladies, Jr.. '29 Maurice D. VYoodruH'. '28 ,VPU Frank M. Crow, '30 John W. Krueger, '30 Andrew E. Peterson, '27 if 1:1 VVa1'd Dahney, '28 Lewis A. Long, '30 John K. Riggs, '29 R 'J fl ri,-S' P 'I if ,rn Y - p, ' . vi PLEDGES 'y C. Edgar Fisher. 'QQ ,fg 1 Albert YV. Fitzsininions. 'aio gal' Elwood R. Green, Jr.. '31 y 'f A . Hugh w. Lewis. '31 - 'I Edward F. Novotny. '31 ,. , Harry H. Rinehart, '29 -S- ' Henry G. Seniler, '29 s. f" Roy E, Stone, '30 P ". Louis H. lVelhnan. '29 -Q l ,gil l' ,4 1,31 Lid , ,I Q' Y , . .QQ V' - "" ' v . .' i ' '--3" " 'Y 1 T . ' -- i 'iff-fr .' ef" M' --mr" -' 'NTL ' D ' fuC'7ilj"f:'.k'Titf-. "'iuf:'i'..'g:..tf'i?'i ..c'i'1'I?fl'l 1' l -X ,- 1,1 -, , , v w- '9- - s - '- , . . '1 .4 Q ' lx' if 5 .4 v I x,. LJ, 1.2: ' wi . . 1 , . . 4' 3, ,lllbv fs- . . I l , ' t ,, H' ff, , 1 , W N N Y , h . , , : -. e:53:5.j3rj5, '-'- V - - ' . figs, - ' ., QF Q, 3 . if -,s-515531, ., V , W 5' ' ,eil ,, . ' - I ,:, -.11 , 1, xg., ,,. af G Q , - Arkgy E53 gf? if f .. .I t t . A..- ' V f M ii 4 1. Blaitland, Budke. Matthews, Hartz, Scott. Qf Werner, Oexman, Peterson. YYilscn, Herrnstein, Brittingham 3. Riggs, VV00d1'llff, Dunham, Brant, Dabney, Fox. 4. Crider, Pladies, Doan. Faneher, McKee, Duc-r. 5, Semler YValker, Markwood, Krueger, Crow, Strippy. 6. Bullock, Lewis. Novotny, Stone. Greene. Tennant. -. , , A 243 f'hzu'lc-s Arlmllggll. '20 Eclwarrl :XTlJilll,i.fl'l. '27 Paul .'xl'Cl1i'llllll2llllt, '30 John Baile-rg '29 Vlay Beckley. '31 Jim i'z1n1phc-ll, '28 hi appa FUllIlC.l1'Ll at Brmvn l'niversity, 1889 Q1 Cllapte-rs Omic-run Vhuptcr established 1995 AVTIVE MEMBERS Janne-s Cllllllbll. 'QS xvillltxl' f'lllllIHlIlgS. '29 Arthur Eilcrnmn. 'QQ Yvilllzun Ilan-tlauh, '30 John Hummel. '20 .luwpll Jurllng. '28 0 Q Larry Langevin. '29 Furl Miller, 'QD Alhcrt llurphy. '29 Ezlwarcl Nalwrlxaus. 'QS 1.1-Huy HeiCln-fri. '29 Jaunes Him-llanlwn. 'QR Jalm-s Smvors. '29 Xvlllllllll Snyder. '30 Rug!-r 'l'4'xwlv. '29 Alhm-rt YYnlts'1's. '29 Vlmrlos YYQ-islmpplc. Paul Wick+'nQ. '27 I'I.lCDGES Jack Baker. '30 Frank Doyle. '30 Dan Enright. '31 Charles Getzvmlannvr. '31 Eldon Creve, '30 fhris Herman. 'sau Frank Kline. 'Ill Filvorious Kunz. '31 Juhn Lamb. '30 Yvillizun Lvmmsxrml. '30 Bled l.utmvr1ling. '31 .lose-ph Mx-.'X11lil'l'v. 'ZH Frml R uir. 'Ill .Xntlluny Fiivli. 'Sl Rohm-rl Stl1llllt'l'. '31 HL-nry 'l'll2lIllIlllll. '31 YYilli:nn Zinnncr. 'Ill ,.-PL- x.. . 4 . Cr- t 1: -'gffg' ' .K . 6 Q' 3' 3 o, 4' X, 2 . .315 I 6, Q ' -1 N. k.:'.gR L i-- I . 3 ,.,. Mg. if . 6 H . V x Hr 'f an J 1 V ' - ' I . ' 526 ' V . . . Q S1 ' , H .1 ' E - - N' ' ' If ' , rf. Q 'I-L V an ,. 522 'f 2 . . A: -ff ,Q as 4 A .,,, 1 at f .Q ..-.' 25- Y,v- :iii-... V 5 . V,A, , if ' - ,i-MH w l . i 5 F5 tx. i , 'h 5' , ri '::fg33g.-qi, P 5 ' 5 1,f1zsv:fg,g 1 ' 1. Arbaugh, Naborhaus, Coulan, Campbell, Hummel, Joerling. Q. Sewer, Towle, J. Hummel, Cummings, Richardson, VVeishapple. 3. YYalters, Reichert, Snyder. Eilerman, Murphy, Miller. 4. Langevin, Archamhault, Bailer, Greve C. Arbaugh, Beckley. 5. Laub, Getzendauner. Stauder, Lutrnerding, Kline, Zimmer. 6. Ruic, Thamauu, Kunz, McAuliffe. Leonard, Stick. Q45 ni. ' F- V A-Q' f - r -- ' 'iii . . 'filfflifla-. 6 ' ix" ' 'K f'LiJP'.x ik ,ff 'C' ' ' i i 'w i, X ' A. 'X ,' XKE',i1l','h'h-Ls' ',-'-,sd "ff . F A ' I I 3 1 'is-.1' 1 . Q 'ng' "' ' A " 'T 'W' -'T "B ' 5 "J i'..,47'A-. avdj-T H3317 ni 4. :H ' I 1' K .1 American ommons Club 521 lafj- 'A Y 4 X X 1 f . fi they in., vi K ' 4 11:1 ,4'?fAi"?43, l '- T- 5 4 'M .J 1 mf: 'LJ if f' 1 . 1 A 1 Ji.:-zz., ' Founded at Denison University, 1917 rf' ' 7,Chaptef5 , ' I YQ l Cincinnati Chapter establishegl 1926 'ix' Y. in an l . L-' ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY w. tiff ' . ' if ' .. i Francis Bird William Crowley 1' ' Charles Moore L11 , U ,' . ' ' ' V334 ACTIVE MEMBERS iff! lk ' A Gerald B. Ayers, '29 Messu Garab, '29 Hilleary W. Poe, '27 i 51 Wllllam J. Bennett, '28 W. Gordon Grant, '28 Fred A. Powers. Jr., '28 fry William F. Bischoff, '29 Joseph H. Jaspers, '27 f Arthur YY. Riggs, '28 V: v ,M Marvin D. Brustad, '23 W. Lou.is Jones, '30 ,. ' H Alfred J. Ritten, '30 B- -11 ' ' Hermon L. Cooper, '29 Robert H. Jungkind, '28 if Howard M. Ronsheim, '30 'ff x , , Roland F. Crane, '29 Ernst Keune, '28 " Adelhert J. Schenk, '28 bl 'V J. Arland Dalve, '28 William J. Kutcher, '29 Erwin G. Steinwart, '27 .gl Bernard S. Dickman CEveningj Leroy L. Lamborn, '29 Francis B. Todd, '30 4. C. M1ddleton Dorsey, '30 Samuel T. Lehmann, '27 Marshall F. Watson, '31 2:1 Carmillus Wh Duston, Grad. Wilton G. Limhack, '30 Joslyn J. Williams, '28 1' .' r Dorsey E. Ellis, '29 Marvin E. Mathewson, '28 Carl C. lYolsdorf. '27 fi Frank L. Floyd, Jr., '30 George E. Mitchell, '29 Arthur C. Zoecklein. '28 1,714 v'A.,,l l ,, rs. ' W: PLEDGE5 in-1 4 ' .Gigi , . , 'J - ' 'Q Cecll L. Bailes, 30 ,j' 4 Leonard Bauer, '30 I I Howard A. Blair. '29 l D 'l Sheldo G. C arney. '30 ' 1 .1 Ray Carskadon. '30 C' Frank Comerford kEveningl -xl l George E. Demorest. '29 ' .pl n David YY. Douglas, '31 LQ Wilfred En-in. 'so , A Robert Geran, '29 ' ' ' Glenn Gillingham, '31 LV: f Y Calvin Koon. '30 5 ', Q Howard J. Lawson. '30 ' ' -1 Richard Lelfel, '30 L fc 'K - Charles Ma.cNish. '30 r' --I ' . l Wiilliam Meier. '30 It ' - A Frank Schroeder. '30 " . f ' -. Clifford Tabor. '30 irq' -, 1' Philip Unthank. '30 7 , Cecil lYarren. '31 If It Gustave T. Welch, 29 ' 'Q William White. '31 '53 Alfred L. lYl1itney, 'Sl y' ,I X.-.J ull rx, , .1 6' i at fi - C , , , . ,,, -.,.- , JH iw- 'S 1" '. .i ',. -5, wr f . 3578?-'4'Q.? XJ: Ugmnlri-f..f di . Up-.'7i.sl 311.-'X?...l -:Email '24-G 'fl 'Trai Y 77-45. "'Q'.-V9-T f. ,Q e Q-3' aff-2'-ee"'3 - X 'f 5 la 1 .I 5 3' .. +" 1 A ' H'-,l ' , . Q14 e . vi! -'-A "F i - as . aj, J - 4 .... , ., " -' ' L it V- V r I' 1 f fi V it -- A ' 5 -' 1 A, ' V' 4 V , ' .,.. fi I' , - 5 f" ' .1 12 ,5 is " X -1, 5 3 Q, " If P' ' ' ,.- ' -1 .- W : ., -V "1'ii5i:5lf:fii7fi . n- ' V3 '- '. 'A' f l 1, 1 5' I l . 4 ' , LS I X wie 3 i. W N 4' x i' E .AYA K f fi , ky , . .Ig - e - ' I 'V - 1 Pk 1. Daston, Schenk. Jungkind, Todd, lViIlian1s.KQ. Lehman, Steinwart, Poe, Brustad, YValsdorf, Bennett. 3. Ellis ft. Powers, C00 er, Bisch0H', Gorab, Grant. HL. Thrift, Mitchell, Ritten, Limbach, Ri s, Jones. 5. Dalve, Schroder, M 1 P . Y- Y gg g. Tabor, Bernard, Wa1'reu, White. 6. MclN1sl1. Dnthank, Leffel, Carskadon, Geran, Demorest. f", Q I L rift t 1-, xw, , 1 ., M' 247 Lr I .'. ' V'r " i s f' ' X n . , , n , , - . ' , . 9. If 5 .. J, . N -, ' 'n,j,u',1f'3 'lj ' , , - -- - L .. .. . .. - - t' I . .tv A S 0 h 0 lgm a au 1 Q 1 K sms sf K sl 6 - . Q99 ' I .1 I h' Founded at the Ifuiversity of Pennsylvania, 1917 '- 4 8 Chapters ' L Beta Chapter established 1920 ' i ' I ACTIVE MEMBERS 1 Ben Baer. 'QS Ervan R. Guttuian, 'QS A Marcus Levy. Graduate Sam Portnoy, '29 Irvin H. Blank, Graduate Irwin Korh, '30 Fred Lipp. '28 IYilliam Scllimruelnian. '31 Henry Felson, '30 Fred Korros, '30 Charles M. Messer. '29 Harry Sway. '31 , .Q ,F I PLEDGES 1 , 'N Albert Bessel, '30 Isadore Pastor, '32 , . t Marcus Heinian, '30 Isadore Richards. '32 ' ' I. .' ' -'..' W ' I I. ls V - 1' se Mf 'EQ-.H I .'. 5-33 K . IX 1 . . ', S' xi b.4. . N- L I M' 5:51412 , , Q , , - s I " gy 7 ' 55 . si lv ', ', A- - I , ': ' ' I ii 'WW ' FW ' ' .' v 4 ' f . , , , X Y .- I . -A, . . N 5. 4 J, . .1 7 ' .1 - ,fl -1 K" ' I Of. ' I 'il I f I -,.:l 1 I If' . l I l 'fyl - -- -- I Il. f r'-', Messer Lipp Baer Korres 6' i Bessel Schirnluelmaui Heimau Sway Pastor ', T1 I f 1 x ' "' " I .xml - . K 3.1 .Y . H .. . . Y , 1 " 1 .I-4 ", ff' ' 'ivy 'f 'vr vvr"'v"v'1tY' Yj"TrIg, ,PN 'px p- KN . . ff!-A "K -'1 -v Y. 'Ivy -xy H v 1 4 - - ' "" - v- 4".A 'f'4 ' t""l1.'A ' QU k ,I 1' 2-I-S 1 1 'Y' ffmje. I E l J fr ' ,gg appa Alpha hi 55211 V'-G1 ,gglaliilli I '- 'ern i. Founded at the Tfniversity of Cincinnati, 1925 1 Chapter I MEMBER IN FACULTY Ernest L. Talbert ACTIVE MEMBERS Frederick A. Breyer, '29 Paul B. Foulk. '23 Chester L. Lancaster. l29 YVarren L. Westerman, l30 Ernest C. C ravener, '30 Leroy VV. Hoel, '27 William Meyer, '30 Robert C. Wlesterman, '30 YVil.liam B. Elani, '30 Carroll C. Johnson, '30 Oscar Streit, '28 vVl.lb1l.l' R. Zellner, '27 Edward G. Feinthel, '27 Arthur V. Lambert, '28 lYarren Strohmenger Pl' . V I I P4 Q I Y-I l 3 'T'- f.l F ,L , . r , -V 1 . . - .b . .Q . A 4 if 1 A l ' ll IT: Y.'V ' Y 'ff ' . is . Lx l J ll, , 1,1 . kiwi I , , . . . ljfl 'pl 4 5 ,V4 ., "rl I, , ' , V . . Y Y 7' .. M fj lil . B gi.: . Lf A 4 Q gil F. Breyer W. Zellner W. Strohmenger B. Foulk L. Hoel ' i, dl I C. Johnson E. Feinthel O. Streit C. Lancaster E. Cravener R. Canter ri 'IL .. --V-'-4, ' fel-fvsviflf .- mfg.. it i . is 7, if .Q 1 3 ,f wif- . -if-'V.:!L.Ai4L.,44-l. ,- V- K . l,. I fp.,'Jh .tilt L .Luigi-,,f - ik, 2-L9 rateruities The rituals of nearly all f1'2llG1'1llll6'S are based upon religion. No true f1'ate1'11ily can rest upon anotliei' Conception. It is for these reasons that they are supports of soc-iety. strong relizuiees of orclerecl govern- ment, ilCCO1'Cll11Q to public law. able aclvocates of the cause of rigliteousiiess and religion. and effective pronioters of peace and good will among nations.. H I 'al F1711 Coolzllgv. Q50 iff ff Zia' X K -X N fw X H I fi X JN N W 'Q Q fwfk Q A " 1 KA ,f Nff Q9 m 1, X X X x N ' 1 x , 'V 'Nl X A J! XX ...lull I R X 'NYM I nf ,X Q Illlllilllllllllllllll Wtwv' 1 + Y. f - Ll' , w y 1 - . L, xlx I xx l Qlldl!! l5 f J ,S V - 'Q 4 'ill Ill HI N 4 E 1 7 Sk X N W M X ff x f N J E A X lu un X ' llx :uugu If f llllu 7 .T W ff! 'G 9 f PM ky-X TQ Wa Z jk W X t flllllllmgll V 4 U SCDQCDQ- ITKES F, I 5' N ' in-, r . , A 1. 4 s -..- L. A. PECHSTEIX, Ph.D. Dean of the College of Education To the Student Body: Science has lately been studying human genius. Here is the verdict :-the genius is gifted by nature, trueg yet he rises to greatness only if he likewise dis- plays persistence, coniidence, and force of character. Alma Mater would give character equal place with 'Z.7lf6'll6f'f. You have proved and developed your intel- lectual powers through twelve or more years of schooling. Are your ideals equally well educated? Alina lNIater zealously cherishes your dual progress. 0294- ' Q1 A omeifs Pamhellenic Association UFFIVERS I,I'l'lLI.IC Gzissxi.-xx. , . ,,.,.,.., , . ,Pri-firl1-nt EYICLYX Ilimwr., , , S.-we-tzirqx' Mumrx Lxilur. , , .. , , ... ,... ,, . .. , , , . 'l'r4-:mir-'-1' T110 purpusc of tho XY1 ni:-nk I'aiil1c-llf-nic Assrmizltinii at the lfrliversity of f'll'lf'lllllZlll ii tw prniiinti- gm il M-liiiu zmvl fl'iv1iflsl1i1i IIIIIHUQ' thi- fralwiiilii-s Thi- fm1',Q:1niz:1Iioii is ,quvvrned hy il r-minvil f-nnipusf-fl nf lm, rr-pn-wntzativc-N vlec-te-rl lrniu cm-li fI'ill1'l'Illly1 this c-niilivil piwrvidiiig the Ilf'f'E'SSJlI'j' legislatinn ,qnverniiig ll'llt'l'-l'I'illt'I'Illlj' iw-lntium I-11 thr- rwimpus. DIC Llil DATES llvltzl Dcltu Delta Theta Phi .Xlphu Mary E. Bakc- Hmlith P. Mm-yi-1' Maury Layne Virginian Prmslf-r Jam- flimcr Hamm Dt-lm Il'IIl'l Ill-niirm Zeta Tim 'xllllm . ' ' Joann-ttv Ig1'l'lI'lllIl lzvvlyu Ilvrhxt Kappa: .Xlphzl Tlielzn llnrutliynl'airulliels Hc1i1'i4-thi Tliniiispuii Alpha: D1-lin 'I'lu-tn Q 4,1 l U Ethvl Durbin lluiwrtliy Ricvkleuiaiii ll im-gn lxI1ll'Qllll'i'l Hillvs Marion Holm-il Mmm unmum Dvlm Kappa Kappa qguumm Marion Laird Sli-llzi I.:imlwe-lir Blzirgzirm-L Guhr Dnmtliy Lewis Slfflllil Delhi Tull , Dvllu Lvl" y Melina Friediuun ti Ya-ru 5lI'llSl1llD Ah:-e Evlilllilll Dorothy hlabzivk Alpha Vhi Uxm-ga Phi Sigma Sigma Laura Fisher Alvinn Hnlmhs .Ivauiettc Ne-wnmii I,ur1-Hn Silverstein I 1 i llvnmuu Cliuiur fiI'll'Ullll'l'5 fl'l1mn1mm 1-'islwr ll:-f'ui'Ll llillis Eckuinu lmwis l.nmlwi-lir Iluhlms llicclivliiiuli llllflllll Xvwiimn l.:iync Druckci' Bake IlCI'll'lllll Ili-rlvst Gaissumii l.:iirLl Guhr Slzilmuk x Y .' 1 7,7 ,,. 'r'v. elta Delta Delta 2 Virginia Ahlburn. '27 Mary Bake, 128 Betty Christmann. '31 Catherine Ginter, '29 Anabel FSE'l11St9I'. '29 Catherine Coffman. '31 Helen Fuller. '28 Helen Gregory, '30 Edith Johnston. '30 7Al Founded at Boston, 1888 71 Chapters Zeta Chapter established 1892 ACTIVE MEMBERS Margaret Hazelton. '28 Dorothy Lynd, '30 Blarion McDonnell, '29 Martha Mc-Lean, '27 Edith lleyer. '27 Helen Meyers, '27 Laura lliller, '29 Margaret Shippen. '29 Felicia Spillard, '28 Dorothy Todd, '27 PLEDGES Muriel Jones. '31 Hazel Keener, '30 Melissa Koehler, '30 Edith Krebs. '30 Martha Maguire. '30 Katherine Mundy. '29 Dorothy Nelson, '30 Olive Perin, '30 Dorothy Turpen. '28 Helen Yvakefield, '28 Jonne Weaver. '28 Ruth 'Weitkanip, '28 Mary Jane Ragsdale Annette YYaehs, '30 Harriet Wiggers, '29 4, , ' 1 1 , fda if-QM sy f 'W V f Kg 43 1' Y- ,f t. ' ' 1 ., 'Ri , '51, A.: ' ..a- 1 -gf, 2 1 ,A is .3 . A W ff. N -X , .. s- V- K ., " P Q f . r Q ." .. - ' 4 V V ' M P , at f ' 5, 'f ' ' 4 ,Q V 1 Q 1 , ' I . ,V ' 'f - ' Ty- I "" "" ' ' 1 ' ' 1 f ' 'U . , - . x .V mv , I H ,ax V g ,b I Qi , 7- , 5 W .r 1 , 1 ' f' ,, 2 K1 Us L- " ' - .A Y '- ' , ' V ,..r ' . ' Jr, grim .6 ,ff ihvwf wa fat g M, s , ,Aga 5' 1, Todd McLean Redfield Wakefield Turpen Feelnster E. lNIeyer H. Meyers Ahlburn P" 'J Bake Hazelton Weaver Weitkamp Spillard McDonell Lynd Jones 3 Christman Shippen Keener Perin Ginter Wachs Gregory Mundy L2 ,Y Maguire Krebs V Coffman Koehler VViggers Nelson Fuller Johnston Ragsdale fi' L3 4 2-. . - 1 1 A , ?Af"""l'7":L' f-it ., ' 3 , " C ' 1 v-1 x.. 253 ' 325 r --t , LW-adv . Roberta Gibson Zelda Arrnbrust, '27 Mary Berne, '30 Mary C. Bollnian, '28 Edna Brown. '30 VVinifred Bullerdick, '27 Myra Caldwell, '23 Rose Carver, '29 Jane Clinier, '28 Ruth Crippen, '30 Gert rude Dengha usen, '29 appa Delta . 9, . . ff-.2 .f '.ZKAi,' .egg , uqxx '- . Founded at the Virginia State Normal School, 60 Fhapters Omega Xi Chapter established 1913 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Helen A. Stanley 1897 Marjorie Stewart Miller AC'l'IYE-MEMBERS Irina. Denman. '27 June Dyer. '27 Margaret Elliot, '27 Naneye Glascock. '27 Hazel Heintz. '29 Marie He-intz. '27 Virginia Henkel. '29 Marjorie Johnson. '29 Lucille Keck. '29 Jo an Kelly, '31 Alice Kern, '28 Margaret Kunz, '27 Frances Lemon, '29 Laura Lentz, '27 Loiuse McAfee. '28 Elizabeth Partl, '27 Yvonne Partl. '27 llargaret Richey, '28 PLEDGES Kathryn Rininger, '30 Alice Russell. '27 Helen Schinipil, '28 Mildred Shacklette. '28 Margaret Sienier, '29 Helen Story, '30 Marion Story, '30 Ethel Todd, '28 Louise Valentiner, '29 Helen Hekenroth, '30 Mabel Dcninan, '29 5A.,f ' .rs Q , " ,I lx ,gzvglx , 1 ., .11-, Q .v G. ' ' ' f , 5 u . X . V ' 5 - ' ' . ' '-'::, ' .X Q . ' ' 5 . A ..' " I A ,Q . ' Al.. it X, A ,f ff 'X 1? Q is , , ' - . 1 4 ' - ' ' J ' " . ' lf' si . w' Nl? 12 w.. xy, , H if , , t r ea. ' 1 fs- . ' 1' A X . . .ir ,, .H , .Y .ra t . ' i f . I ss. i . . K 'fl w. i. , '?Y'Q"'."'-" -1' - N . F g i ' ' -. YR A v .Y ' K " ' l E52 3-a ' 'K ' '14 ' I ' . .7 s l . :ii -1 ,' luxe. ' W W .M ' .411 , , fl n 3+ v.- Elliott Knnlz Shaeklette Story Partl Denman Russell Y. Partl .Xrmbrust Climer Heintz llieliey Bollnian Glascock Henkel Johnson Schimptf Lentz Yalentiner Denman Tmlfl Kelly Sienier Denghausen Keck ll. Heintz Carver Berne E4-kenroth C'ahlwelI Cripper Brown M. Story Lemon Riningcr Dyer 254- P' . v- - ,X appa Alpha Theta Marna Brady Lucille Bardes Virginia Bowen Dorothy Carothers Jane DeSerisy Mary Dom Helen Jane Beck Nancy Brown Mildred Clemons Betty Carruthers Founded at DePauw University, 1870 54 Chapters Alpha Tau Chapter established 1913 MEMBERS IN FACULTY M ACTIVE MEMBERS Martha Laing Erlyne McCuhhin Elizabeth McGaughey Erma Payton Erma Pfleger PLEDG Mary Louise Doherty Naomi Hoffman Emily Johnson Helen Pinney Jane Pursell Sue Bell Reemelin Margaret Richardson Virginia Speidel ES Edith Louise Mulhauser ary Louise Rutter Henrietta Thompson Eleanor Todd Martha YYithrow Mary Withrow Betty Strauss Martha Wilson Mary Louise YYuest 5 -. - Z , J JF, ,b ,xi ' . : -:Z-f-' L - rs. fix, 1 . f f Y Q 'lr if' f T' M .. A ' . U I Q ,-- -Q ' r , - V , ' t we'x,,.'. 1 I l l - aiu' X - U . ai - 'feig v A: . s.-. . .. 'J 7 'MA A 4 fx - P fx' . . t I , YP ,vv.',lg', 1 ,Q .1 'g 1 l .. .Ari -Vg ff 3 5 I V N 4 , '-bees ---- 5 I A: I? Bardes Withrou' Speidel C arothers Dom MCC uhhin Herrlinger J Pinney Pfleger Reemelin Thompson DeSerisy Laing Bowen M. Withrow -. 1 Brown Perin Richardson Howe McGaughey Johnson C arruthers Pursell lg Strauss Willis tVuest Beck VVilson Hoff man Doherty Clemons 4 1 F , 1 ,N A"l. 1 G V." "'-'.'-' 'I 1 X ' -Afl-x:'f ...I 4 L s5.,,',-' Q55 Margarct Ahrn-ns. '26 Florf-nc-P Altvmvis-r. 'QEI Lurllu Hzlrnvs. '30 Elizulwtli B4-isl-r. '29 Jam-t Blziwlos. '29 He-lvn Brunliuff. '28 NIil1ll'e-il l'm'4l0s. '30 Doris Ilia-ts-rlv. '20 flizilnui Fillmnrn-, '28 Elizzilwtli Filvll. '29 .los-in l"nstvl'. '30 Uuruihy Gzlllmvzlv. '29 hi Qmega Big FUllIlIlL'Il at Viiiversity of Arkansas, 189.3 70 f'll2ll'Jtt'I'S Pi Alpha Chaptvr established 1 9 M l-IBIBER5 IN FACFLTY Rosa Cnok Al,"l'IYE MEMBERS Myrumla Gruflulf, '26 Elhcl flrnpps-nlwa4'llvI'. '27 Helvn llarklwss. '29 Ruth I-Iurrington, '28 Ang:-le-se Hays, '30 llargzawt Hillus. '29 Marian xlfilliffl. '27 Iyllflltlly Mzmsoll. '29 Be-rtha Milli-r. '29 Ruth Milli-r. '28 Rllili Mills. '30 Kntlllf-4-n Muilfguim-I'y. '30 Eliznhvtll Dyer lim-ity l'rim'. '29 He-tty R1-inluirt . '27 Elm-zinnr Rulwrts, '27 Nlzirjmurin- Sc-hmidt. '2N Isuln-lle Sindlinger. '27 Juliet Sl9Vl'HSllIl. '28 l':irlai 'l'z1Ckenlmc-ig. '30 Hurgrarct Terry. '30 Gaylzi Tlluuiais. '30 Ycra Mae Tyiivr. '28 Mary Hlizulwtli YY:1llz1f'e1. '30 Louise' lvewsling. '29 i 2 f 1 0 Q, fm - 1 Tw ,. Q ' f - K' K in 'R - Y .N ir ,. - vi f .x 2- ff 2 si 1 r , 5 ,.,,, b . I 5 in Q , If .Q . 1' if . 1- ffm fi an f , ', . A .' N 5 N ANS b -Q 4. 4,-A. A Alun-ns Rulworls Rcinlmrt Graulolf Groppcnbacller Mcibrvl llrunholf Sindlinger Svhmialt Millcr Fillmore R. Miller Divtorlc Tyner .Xltcmeier Hillvs Bciscr llurkncss Mnnsvll Prim-1' 'lllmnlzls xYl'SSllllj1 Gnllmvay Fitch Wallin-0 Fnslvr 'l'zu-kvliherg Muntgmm-ry Cordcs Terry Hays Barnes Mill 256 I 4 . A , 1 1 if "-. N, ,, - in , ' 7 ,- 52,4 :fl Q: A ' ' ' 7 1, f" .R J x ' ' i 4 appa appa Gamma '1- .L 3 1 t! , 7' ifl in lm lil 'l IP .4 ll Founded Monmouth College, Illinois, 1870 'Q' H, 56 Chapters 1 K Era 1 Beta Rho Chapter established 191-L 4 f , ,,. I J ACTIVE MEMBERs 3 'ff' Eleanor Allison. 'Q9 Catherine Garritson, '28 Eleanor Heuck, '29 Dorothy Pierson, '27 5-gf' Fritzi-May Baker, '27 Lucille Gassman, '27 Helen Hey, '27 Elsie Shervxnan, '28 llief Virginia. Evans, 'QS Elinor Gebhardt, '28 Olga Knoeke, '29 .lean Frances Small, '29 1,1 Jessie Franklin, 'Q9 Doris Gifford, '27 Dorothy Lewis, '27 Marguerite Wykoff, '28 l 651 Margaret Gahr, '29 Maude Harris, '28 Dorothy Martin, 'QS Clara Louise Zinke, '29 X , 1 Helen Mary Garrison, 7. f'm 'J '51 PLEDGEQ 'rg 1 " if fy' Norma Bolsinger, '31 Betty Golde, '30 Lela Shewnian, '29 Edith Wlehman, '30 Q ff Betty Cook, '30 Ruth Rosenfelder, '31 Elizabeth Steinle, '28 Jean Johns, '30 . yi Ada Evans, '29 Anne Semple, '30 Kathryn Streit, '30 Meal iff - as 1 1 'N sl , 7 kk' if if .a ,:.- ' .tzr . 'if' 4 V 5 Ny V - . .. ,i'. W ' fi 'f-- ' Q1 "lag xl ' ':'," " ' ' f ' , 1 l an w. 1 . Q , . - 1133 .1 Q New is i Qiiie is f sf? ' L , , Q' ' ' - , T. , , 1 , J' 1: ,,.,'f: 5 1 V 1 ff 1. Y '1 " . , f .,,' 4 ' ef' ' .1 7 V 7 , in f . Q1 as 7 - H 7 1 A '-'i P if '5 . 4 if . . "fo- '!f"q. 1 - ' . 1' ' " .Q '. 'if' i. ' gf' , thi! , . V ., , AMI 6 . I K P ,IVAQI - 5 , N , lliidl ' ' 'QP' i ' ' 5' Q' , I gr"i'1 vin .LW , hill 7 7 7 -wi. -L - 9 i s o '- F V 6.1 , LW '..:Il li :SL 'I ,A Q , . it W 4 Gifford Garritson Baker Lewis Gassman Hey E. Shewman 5 URN Gebhardt Pierson VVykoE Harris Blartin Evans Gahr Small VY, Zinke Allison Franklin Garrison Shewman A. Evans Heuek Knoeke J ' Golde Wehmann Rosenfelder Cook Semple Steinle Streit Bolsiuger .Il Q V , v' 1- -VH Ygpv-Nvx.. I x X T, t .3 l sf.. V .,-. l 1a,g1.:s-,.f8- , z f . 7 x LL, V z ,, tmyff- 257 Esther Aneshzinsel. '23 Miriam Doherty. '29 Aliee Eckman. '29 Dorothy Gillespie, '27 Aliee Bryson. '28 Kathryn Dickinson. '30 Kathryn Elmore. '30 Virginia Ernst. '31 D elta Zeta G Founflecl at Miami University, 1902 48 Chapters Xi Vlmpter established 1916 ACTIVE MEMBERS Alice Huenefelrl. '28 Eleanor Peters, '27 Louise Ray. '29 Elizaheth Sehiel. '28 PLEDGES Dorothy Granger. '31 Gladys Hutchinson, '30 Dorothy Keating. '29 Edith Literal. '30 il Martha Seifrierl. '27 Dorothy Slahaek. '28 Lucille 1Vhite, '27 Dorothy Nichols. '30 Edna Rinek, '30 Virginia Settle. '28 n ' 342' 'Y L ' .G D ' - ' .i Q ff, . , . . 1 ' IJ . 4' 1, -- 5 52 , 312 2 ' l 1 :B , 'Q .wk ' ii. "NSW 525 , Q ' in .R ' 5- . .Q ' . 11 i ' . Y" F, I B 5 ' - V. . - 'L ' X ' - it gi' ' . ' s- 1. f xx N i i :iw X - 'BSS' -V X i .Ss X-,. J XQNEQ. A. l':l'KlllilIl E. Peters M. Feifrietl Bl. Doherty D. Gillespie E, Sehiel I.. White K. Diekinson Y. Settle J. Ernst D. Keating A. Huenefehl D. Sluback E. .Xneshun al , D. Nil-hols E. Rinek D. Granger K. Elmore E. Literal G. Hutchinson A. Bryson ' , , -... ,. --f . ,- ' 'r' ' 'y 'A l,'T' " " s U A L ' Z A , . 1 . ., . 1. .1 '-eff 258 ,ll ' - 1' 1 Q , E I 9' Q -fi ii, Theta hi Alpha K,- lilly 1: U Founded at the University of Michigan, 1912 ' 15 Chapters 4 Epsilon Chapter established 1916 Y MEMBER IN FACULTY W Lenora Neuifer J A ACTIVE MEMBERS Aileen Beirne. '30 Jean Grote, '28 Virginia Pressler, '29 Catherine Betz, '27 Harriet Grever, '29 Dorothy Rutterer, '30 Gertrude Betz. '30 Stella Johannignlan, '30 Peggy Ryan. '29 Mary T. Bolger. '28 Mary Layne, '27 Ruth Sewers, '30 Mary K. Blowney, '28 Ruth Layne. '30 Patricia Sharkey, '29 Lt Emilie Curry, '27 Cornelia Leary. '28 Catherine Vehrkamp. Sara Earls, '28 Marion McMillan, '30 Florence Sudholf, '30 4 Thelma Eslnnan, '27 Virginia McCue, '29 Marie Vine, '29 Helen Fath. '27 Laura Marie Newell, '28 Jane YValsh, '27 ' Mary Louise Gutting QGraduateH Margaret Pressler, '27 Betty 1Vellen, '27 PLEDGES Corola Freerieks, '30 Edith Kuhlnian. '30 Frances Gau. '30 Mary Clare Lambert. '30 Laura Nead, '30 - , 1 if ui , 3 f in if . . vn.. J .. K ' w in ,ry ,. : ig , N x ,Q 1 Q- V V ,. ai x v 'z ' i -gl ' Est 'xii . J! , fr. . ,Q :,:!...::. , fb t I - by 92 A , ,ig .. up , Q X x 5 A 1-' . ' . 1 " 5 , 5. ,g ., 1 P ' . -1? 1 49 "-r . -I A K A 5 " "" gi" ul. ' F -f Q 5 W 1 f Q4 r I f .. V - w V-2 . ' .':-::2fe,- 1 - 1 .-., ' "' "" , I - 'gg A - . 1 R. Qfq A I 'Lf ,il y .,.. L g V 5. .X A., 'I ma y -tj lx - Q 'fl Walsh Fath Betz Wellen Layne Vehrkamp Eshman l' 1 ' Sharkey Newell Jean Walsh Curry Bolger Leary Pressler Blowney 34134 Johannigman Freeric-ks Goebel G. Betz McMillan lambert McCue Sudhoff V ff Sewers Rutterer Greever Nead Gau Bierne R. Layne Stacey ff. , . 1 J r,,3.fv,7f 'ffl 'fm 'K L'.f4f:.g 1 1 1 as as 'J if 1 2 f Q ri - .K 3,,.'jk. - Q59 ,.,p, 1 ni", ".r' K. l, E l . ,'l"4 94 ' 1 4 ',..i ,i 1, .l,J"': ... ',-inn 1" 5 mini l ,,-A .4 vt ilfl 4 rl '. ia 1 I-. ,bl t 1 iff wi MQ' , .. . mi r,.'Y 'wi W r"'l il TX, W I ' -"I . ll Nix! llv"'. 5 9 r,-.1 .44 al, ru'-rl ll-'ill Mlm' if EW - lfiqrtl 4 v. . r , 1 X , -wx Uv, ,-1' .r '- fi'-f 'Yr'- , U - 1 .M ',' x41 1.m: I 41. A.- 4. ,1 v. Al h h' 'E' p a 1 mega ,r fi '33 . g . .11 i. :AX,,7'. . ' lg '.i"Lf'.' ' fl 51.71 D Q' sgg Founded at DePauw University, 1885 Pk? Q 47 Chapters 'Icy Alpha Delta Chapter established 1919 K 1: l ,' A ' 1 if ACTIVE MEMBERS L -4 I Nancy Ballard. '28 Willa Donnell, '29 Margaret Grimes. '30 Esther Norris, ' .N A Mildred Boutelle, '29 Ruth Emerson, 'QS Claire Harkness, '27 Marion Peters. ?7 pr" VVilma Breuer, '28 Selma Fischer, '28 Josephine Harte. '29 Dorothea Solar. QS r . 1, Lyda Broekinan. '28 Laura Fisher, 'QT Alvina Hobbs, '28 Ruth lYa.smer. '29 I, ' Dorothy Burr, '27 Roberta Flinn, '29 Virginia Hollenherg. 'QQ Henrietta Weller. '29 l-.Q Harriet Dassell, '29 Frieda Glaser, '29 Thelma Klett, '27 Rhoda Zerbo. 28 . 3'-A Elsa Dietz. '29 ',-J 3'1- PLEDGES , r Irma Balwrink. 'QS Julia Floto. '30 Louise Kennedy. 'ISU Gladys Ruxnpler. '30 '3 1 Mary Elizabeth Davies. '30 Elizabeth Hernstein, '30 Margaret 0'Connell. '30 June Streit. '29 Q 11 Otis EVGFSIHLIII. '30 Sara Holtslander. 'QS Mellwa Phillips. '30 Catharine xY6lliNYOI'tll. 30 Phyllis Flanagan. '30 Marie Kellerman. '30 Ruth Parks, '30 Q5 ' - . . 1 ,... f '-if is " ' , . - -tkl 1 , . V :Nh , ram A 's' p K f , 1 .A ' ,A p N . x -.eu .I 1 n Q' ' - -'I t s ' '- - I ' ' K 3' , - 'gi 'i .. ' ' ,f . . I ' PKKJ - E - . ,. e..,, a ' ' r ' i .f is 1 - . w a s 7 'E it ll . ,. .. , V , . I L , is f - ' f ' . I ' u f ' fx ' YF - Qi 4 ' . ,. ww x 5, ,, ' ei' " ff' I f' 1 'J . ' V . 'l QE' 5. 51.3 1 R - E l A X. Q .x islm ,N -:is I -,. I .L i .- - wrt ' W E. i lm' 2 , , J Y, , E ' N ' 2-Tk ' 5 Q 2, . - ' ' : ', " t .."' . 1 3. V " - O X A Q ig-Us E ,fa V E312 . f- ...-1 X, , ' W j .gr ,' ij., , ,gh - r J 1 H 1. X ' , t -'A r K, 4 'i fl f law K, A 1 - 4 l P N A ". v. n V ' ' ,, K J al l J E . i , E V ,la - A " " vf-,l K ,QA Burr Hobbs Breuer Kleet Fischer Harkness Emerson l',. Fisher Peters Ballard rfpf Harte Weller Broekinan McKay YVasmer Zerlmo Grimes Hollenlierg Boutelle Glaser ln! P 7 Norris Dietz Flinn Holtslander Streit Davis Phillips Balirink Donnell Daxell 'r 1 Flanagan 'EVCI'Sll1Alill Wentworth Ruulpler Kennedy 0'Connell Hernstein Kellerman Parks Floto il ' I . , . s f , ' ", I ,vV,','q-Yf'.' 'I' 'T "W1'1'-"'7 'H r wp-A 'Y-v'vv ' 17- 4- '- ' 1 -AV- 5-31 y, 1. fp-'-1 1 f.'v -5 -" are-,..1. ' '--- ' A-rf! ' ffl. L.-51 A -'Pi " .-o.H1'..1 'll-'.ri"4.k'.iz..'f 'A swf 260 l 1 ., Y - v-Y --Q. -, ve -xr ,W .,, A1 'W . , , 'W ,. 'NY' ' uf'..- g, fa'5 , 4' W :tb 4' - f ,Nami .,.. K , , ' 1. . 5.' xfli fe- . .1 4'l.h'... ' . W, 1 .4 Z t ' l h 5 e a au p a 5- . J ' I 1 'fi X V n H A 1 YJ , as-rf ! .: t,- 4 , 5: - 7 1 f- 1 1' ' I t , 4 1 N64 f 1-.rl-'Q 'I - 1 ' 4 1" , if .l - Founded Virginia State Normal School, 1898 2,.Q f 53 Chapters fffjix ,lg - Alpha Eta Chapter established 1921 QQ! 1 - '1 I f-Q ACTIVE MEMBERS Louise Abbihl, '28 Mary Doran, '28 Georgianna Livingston. '28 Carolyn Schueler, '28 If vi .N Latherine Alexander. '27 Adele Emig, '29 Mildred Maffett, '27 Jean Sloan, '28 -. sf V114 Jeanette Bertram, '27 Francis Hanauer. '28 Betty Rief. '28 Isabelle Townsend, '29 V f in ,fu Garnette Bossard, '29 Ruth Hartung, '28 Helen Rewwer, '28 Amber Yvharton, '29 gif 'lf by Betty Cramegding, '28 Evelyn Herbst, '28 Marcia Schott, '28 Jeanette Zettle ,'27 , ,wr ' , if Dorothy Do yns, '30 MTL, J-'12 ii , S44 5,533 PLEDGES T.-fl , if f Ruth Allen, '27 Carolyn Bryant, '27 Doris Gray, '28 is l jgi Janet Ambach, '30 Viola Darby, '29 Myrrl Harrison, '31 fr-Q: nth Emma Andrew. '27 Corinne Fuller, '30 Virginia List, '30 ,tw J ,l Vi. fl Irene Arend, '30 Dorothy Gerdsen, '30 Cordelia Qgle, '31 L Pj' 1 iw Helen Bachmau, '28 Dorothy Gillette, '30 Ruth W. Smith, '30 ,ri ff, 13: Mary C. Berry, '30 Mary Gillette, '30 KJ Jr ll 'HQ - E'-we +4 P-Tie . r 'ia 4 .1 ., 1. rv. ' 'Pl ns 'I' L-. 1- .W " li.-'ll' -'fi A ,,f D g -. 4 ' if-.91 ry , ' -. ' tb X r ' ,fe F " ' V li fi 1 ' , ' r lj ' ' , ' ' ' fxy , " 'v ,V . 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Editor, have urged me to give your classmates a parting word which may live with them in future years. The best. I can do to remind them that they have had, during four years, the privilege of learning the grea.t legacies from the past in both letters and sciences. Re-collect this experience as frequently as possible in order to enjoy the happiness of a full life and, from a knowledge of the success or failure of other times, to perfect a sound judgment in meeting the problems of the future. Wihile most of you will not enter the Graduate School. yet it has unobtrusively been respon- sible for the scholarship which you have enjoyed. It is told of Saint Antony, of Padua. that he became a great leader of thought. and conduct by first retiring into the desert: men, observing his disregard of ordinary affairs. out of curiosity followed him to his retreat in great numbers that they might learn of his power of self-control: so scholarship. as a true guide to life, should be sought for and ought not seek men that they may discover its rewards. . ,7., l i Q2 v- V- , N ANr',,'a'.-,-1' V V .1 . w lpha Delta Theta -1 iii?- - f . .. .A c Q7 A iii s A 0 - C .rg L '4i2:1fs4f,. Founded at Transylvania College. 1919 12 Chapters Gamma Chapter established 1923 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Eleanore C. Nippert Eleanore R. Mc-Gilliard Aline Ahavehcrli. '27 Mary Dc-Armonfl, '29 Ethel Durbin. '28 Runetta Fey. '29 Thelma Greene, '27 Esther Hamilton, '27 Margaret Hanwhew, '28 Fannie- Burns. '30 Ida l,lf'lilllL'iPI', '30 Dorothy Duliuyter. '30 Af 'TIVE M E Virginia Hunt. '29 Mary Jerabek. '27 Dorothy Kelly, '28 Clara Kit-nzle. '28 Lola Kirsch, '27 Anna Mae Klaserner. '29 MBERS Erna Koppenhuefer. '29 Elizabeth Nledert, '29 Helen Mills. '27 Barbara Persons. '29 Mildred Rhoten. '28 Durothy Hier-ke,-lniarl. '28 PLEDGES lietty Kleb. '30 Evelyn Plohr. 'fill Mildred Lamnu-rs. '39 Laura Selngwpllin. '30 Sylvia Panzer. '29 Verna SCllllIll'l.?l'lt'I'. '30 41 L ,. Mary Luu Schroeder. Grave F-tandley. '29 Frances Stoelting. '27 Louise Thoman. '28 Jean Todd. '29 llardie VW-atherby. '26 Marion String. '29 Emma YM-iss. 29 Katherine Yvozcncra f . .9 2 :Q 1. -r r, - , 1 x -'- f- iff' , fy :-- X X. : x t . F ' f r fr it yr N , f .Q 1 - ,, . h , , . ,, .3 4 "QL i Z , I ie ti ' at -- my inf . x A -. , ' .. ' F A wi A ' 1 ' -3 r . . - .X . P -X. , 'aj Q' . .,. ai at ,- fl' 'N S! .3 -. T' . "ff", ?, ,Rei .x ' Y., 4- A 'T in N V 1 3. ' .- - 4 J-z 'U . ' A 1 a- Kirsch M ills Medt-rt Smelting Ahaevlierli G reenc Went hcrby lla milton Krapp Koppenhtu-for Riel-keluum Kienzle Rhuteu Durbin Kelly Thomau Sr-hrueder Todd String YYUU-111'I'aft Jeraliek Lauuuers Klaseiuer Hunt Fey STIIIICHCY Haushew Panzer Sclluepfliu W1-ies Kleb Divkuieir Burns Plulir Delluyter Steiner Schumacher .' 'ii , 1 J, wut. - I . .'.. -O-I .f f -f . iw- E f .1-1.1-1 1 K I W 262 A Pr I 1- WK . - . YK -.. , ,, f J, y ' Q Jn' ,I ""-' 'LK 'X - .ff IBJXV ', f R 'vb ,' -5 Y f L-1 n ,- ,- -, 4:.,a.T,.. , n 33 ,. ' ' " , o, . , N123 9 fl. 6 s fi Alpha amma Delta fill e l if, 1' 1, l Vg' 'gt E- 'f ga qu- ' "E 'af if 4. Bit .aa w Founded at Syracuse University, 190-1 ,Q 38 Chapters Alpha Gamma Chapter established 1923 l D MEMBER IN FACULTY 1 L Annie Laws ' --5 21,1 ACTIVE MEMBERS 'A' ' Ruth Alexander, '31 Edith Herrlinger, '29 Sarah Raine. '27 Louise Twachtman, '30 L 1 Virginia Camden, '30 Emily Hess, '30 Elizabeth Ridge. '28 Miriam Walker, '30 l Elizabeth Cuzzort, '27 Meta Knorr, '29 Hazel Roessler, '28 Naida Winter, '29 Dorothy Davies. '28 Marion Laird, '28 Helen Shook, '30 Lydia Vifottring, '30 i Virginia Lee Elfner, '28 Stella Landwehr, '28 Grace Tauber, '28 Rhoda VVuest, '29 v I X Adele Giesker, '28 Ruth Leslie, '27 Desha Thompson. '30 Hazel Wyatt. '27 QL 'P Gedge Harmon, '27 Amy Miller, '28 Ruth Thorp, '28 ' " PLEDGES , Lola Emerson, '30 Lucille Tucker, '30 Betty White. '31 ? 1.7 , Q. , , A W 'd 1 5- t - pf. ' .7 5-' '?' - , 'F E ' ' T1-5 V 1 'gc avr .' 1 L who .af - if ' Q A' '- ' f lg " I , "jf" V Q . , ' A X it ' .1 it fl E D " ' ' ' N "-' F . ' ' , , -2 M 2 4 " e Y - ' gg 'N' 9 F 31-,'f , Q , E I 1 ,, ag 1 ,. ,i , 5 4 f E' ' 1 Q .gl r f fe ? i 4 . N: " ,s ' IA VIAV 2, 1:5 . ' M- -! lf' w 5 'if ' " I - lv' 1 -. it --,' :egg V -L l ,nz A I ., 2 if .- , mfg-E fr . - -,. .51 . I I 1 -Q 5, v,V, C Y 'I 1. V ,I S v-l-,. 2 gi . .CJ-2 . K' E". i " 4' Raine Leslie C uzzort Wyatt Roessler Harman Tauber lsr ' Landwehr Elfner Thorp Davis Bliller Giesker Ridge Knorr Herrlin er Thompson Winter W'uest Twachtman Emerson I 1 f g i Walker Hess White Shook Alexander Tucker Camden Ci LTV 'A ' 'r L, ,, X., .., 1',"1'j, , ,w, N ', 'Y J' vs , ' ' " t l 1 wx-"za"-l.i.Q1: 2 . E .g-sf gig' -- - 1 TC T ' LLB. ,rdf 263 1 5 sf" '-' JR i ' f 4 i '- if fi - 4- X 'Wal' Sigma Delta au 1 me X.. f Founded at Cornell University, 1917 ill 'L 10 Chapters V fx: Epsilon Chapter established 1923 ti T' 2- 1,4 1-1' i L 4 ACTIVE MEMBERS P ' -. Sara Drucker, '29 Katherine Huenig, '29 Carmen Kahn, '29 Vera Strashun. '27 hir' Melina Friedman, '27 Augusta Kahn, '28 Hortense Kaufman, '28 Elsie 1Yestheimer. '28 v A Rose Harberger. '30 Janet Stroheim 3 X' f S3 ' o PLEDGE "5 EX. A Nettie Weil , 1 i 17, Ji '-V 1 El 'A' , rg fi be i .LN . 7' if if rr. , 9 i . 3,1 4 I! 1 - X ,x L- 1 it i i 2 . . 2 A i t , M N 1 ,A 1 uw! ll A L ffl. 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' K . f ive-. .vffm-V 3:51 Founded at the University of C incinnati, 1925 ,lr Q ! 1 Chapter ' f' M1 , ' P., 1 s Y ' 'V .ij MEMBERs IN FACULTY fag '41 ,"'f' '1 Miss Josephine Simrall Miss JeanLVVinston ix v 5 , 1 i .f 1' A A ' '- M V 1 ACTIVE MEMBERS l ' w . .1 ' -il J Stella D1ay.Adarnson,,'27 Dorothy Garber, '29 Louise Lampkin, '27 Addie Seaver, '27 P., 4 Esfllel' Amlfkllaplau, 27 Shirley Goldberg, '28 Nesta Mangold, '27 Ruth Smalley ,'28 5- - .ll 1,3 f Ahce Barnwellz 28 Edith Harper, '27 Muriel McFarland. '28 Bernice Stephenson '27 ' N14 Helen Becker, 27 Eleanor Heineman, '27 Norma Moser, '29 Hester Stephenson, '27 ,A .-' 4 fl :ll LOUISE Beckenstein, '29 Jane Hendershot, '29 Ivah Navaro, '28 Dorothy Stone, '27 1, ' . - l ,'U.l Verda Bloomholf, 27 lNIargaret Heister, '29 Anna Reulnlan, '27 Elizabeth Trainor, '28 , .. fl , . , . . . W of 3 lVI1ldred Brink, 29 Patricia Hericks, '29 Esther Reulman, '29 Erma A. YVeaver, '28 L" ,I nj' 1 Esther COWCI1, '23 Margaret Johnston. '27 Erna Risch, '27 Helen Yeager, '27 .. 51:1 f fp Dorothy Cooper, '27 Edith A. Jones, '28 Ethel Robling, '28 Marian C. Young, '29 lf 4' P' 1 grvatgusll-3U1QHix'?ig ,?EelyfnIEef11xnedy, '28 Miriam Rothenberg, '29 Virginia Young, '27 Vg .' R vsxh Vsro ry enic ', t9 ec a 0 's, 27 Margaret bhotwell, 29 Irmgard Zutz, 27 V : W, - g1n1a Flaherty, 27 f qi I' 5, J rl ' ' yr it yi PLEDGES Ll,-, l ' . 'li iffy Margaret Benedict, '30 Florence Hathaway, '30 Claudina Myer, '30 Dorothy Roessner, '30 V A ,Fri .4 alice guldke, ,588 Edlth Johnson, '30 Irene Raabe, '30 Elizabeth Sayers, '30 L ' -' Y , v.,- ose to en, g l V " 0,151 , l, . 'J ,. , ' ef 3 1' . , if gag.. - 1 3, X' 3 A, V? . ,111 L' .' 1 '41 .5 ' ,, ' A' ' 'Q " ' ' W' " ..,, Q " LA: U 1 , Alvl I 2 V, 11, Q :A ' T K5-., I r X, A. .ri t -, . 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A 1 V ' l .'i,' if, la-3 , . . s- ,SV I , Tramor Heineman Rothenberg Ruelman Adamson Barnwell Zutz Navarro Johnston rfgfhrli H731 Heister Smalley Hericks Stephenson Weaver Harper Bloornhuff Strauss Robling lb?-'C Y' R-I Risch Flaherty Cushman Young Moser Denick Arnirkhaniarn Yeager Seaver E X lg Cooper Young Roessner Sayers Kennedy Brink Goldberg Hendershott ' ff' l ,fi F, V cc c c use iff? 7 ,L'f'l Q, 'r'l"r'. f"fff" 2 as . 'B 1 .. ff. my 1 ...ay .. ,A ,er rf1?hl3,SEfZiizi wif fe' .5 A f. 2 7 ' 5ifu:iff.,'iTi1gl:! ' -- 1-'Z ifffff ' ,E F-, 265 Miriam Atlas. '29 Mary Boeffsky, '31 Eva Bloom, '27 Anne Bratburd. '27 Selma f'l1aliH' ,'28 Sylvia Vhaliff, '29 , . Q vv , "1"- al 1' i' N n R.-'12, J AQ'-5 Delta hi 'psilon ' Founded at New York University, 1917 15 Chapters Mu Vhapter establishedj19Q6 ACTIVE M EMBERS Helen Friedman. '29 Mildred Guttman, '27 Betty Lovitch, '28 Blanche Lovitch, '28 Sarita Claire Nlesser, '27 Etta Michelson. '31 PLEDGE Edith Wilson, Rose Munich..'Q9 Ruth Kuller. '29 Nlartha Picliel, '27 Betty Sc-holnick. '28 Mildred Touff, '29 Rose-lyn Touff. 'SU '30 Fannie Stellar. '26 Helen Yvides. '30 Rosslyn VVolf. '29 Klullif' Yvilsfm. '28 1 , "Ei .g Q" 1 u z - , A -, 1 Q my . ' iff' 11 ' 'ggi ' T 2 h S 1 I 1 '.. :J l if Y lk ' 44 "vw 'E r- ' ' '5 x ,s , ' K 4 N' 5 Guttmaln llluunl Lilmstvr Musscr Pit-Incl Sl'l1011lK'l1 l'l1a.liH' Wilson 'l'uul'l' Wulf 4 'l1:1IiH l"rit-dman Munich Lovitch Atlus Bm-tfsky Miclwlsnn l.m'itt-In Wide-s 'l'm-ull' Wilson A A 1. .1 ' ii' , "I Q L K A lv - -1 I 14 L a-An v Skt -fa .Sf 266 X 1 n X. V' '11, r .vi '-- ' F ' ,. " ' ' if .' " - .ii -1 'iff ' lt fflfgill - ' ' -' ' 'P , . Ye! ,J rf-1' Pj. h o S a S o ai" - .i.R,:.1 1 lgma lgma 3 4 l , . ' fi 'N-.13-'z ff? 45532 lyk' J E . . T Founded at Hunter College, 1913 r I' il 14 Chapters rf-ff Lambda Chapter established 1926 :I ACTIVE MEMBERS g Catherine Brown. '30 Adeline Hirsehler, '29 Lr0etta Silverstein. '27 1, Dorothy Goldman, '29 Helen Hirsehler. '31 Ida Weinstein, '29 'QQ Helen Grad, '29 Hortense Hoffman. '29 Bernice VVei55, '30 l, ' " vi Florence Hahn, '28 Jeannette Newman. '28 Edna Wolf. '29 ,YQ Minnie Hirschfeld. '28 Idabelle Rosenbaum. '27 . - ., 1 P-,Af 2 PLEDGE 'L Miriam Grad. '30 :I , A 5 .- QP fd - r, fs. xhw :Q gf I rl ' :V r .1 . 2 ' .'f'l3':' 1, 1 l t t 1, - - fi gl Shi l ' ww ,. E 1.1 1 ! ., .- N f Q 'fx' , ' I , . ,,, A 5, ' ,F ' L ' -. Z . 'V, --1 I li' i 'QI V L . ' .4 '- A 9 9 H ,fy by 4. ,if F. Hahn L. Silverstein I. Rosenbaum I. Weinstein A. Hirschler l-I ' H. Grad M. Hirschfeld J. Newman H. Hoffman D. Goldman ,gill B. TVeiss C. Brown M. Grad 1 H. Hirschler E. Wolf 1 Y . U ff fl' I - Ltd' E. '.51-yfsvfyfra H , if-: . f.,.r..., ga- - .f 1. V - - !.r.f'1Q fs4.g.ek1.:4. V.- fn , 't I :aw - 4 if . 1. ' r X .- .. . ' I -- 1 267 -..Y 1 A l Q A , , 'ie 0 'F-1.7! hi Delta l l I , ,' 1 Founded at New York State College rx! 5 Chapters ,Q ' Epsilon Chapter established 1927 'JJ 1 Ei t . MEMBER IN FACULTY yf 1 Miss H. Z. Campbell h A f' o QA ' s ACTIVE MEMBERS , ft Lorraine Bratfish, '31 Marie Lewing, '30 Octavia Spencer. '30 ' , Ida Decliow, '29 Eileen lVIcMah0n, '28 Roberta Todllunter, '28 Gertrude Geldreich, '27 Eunice Meakin, '31 Helen Tullis, '31 5 Sf Selma Hcrmzin, '30 Ruth Senteff, '27 Kay Yogelsung, '29 a .3 PLEDGES '53, Lucy Martin, '30 Mary Spieler, '31 'Y Q .R. 'N I .whim - pl.. fr. Y slr? :ffl 'X 'IJ 1 iff in .Ir , 2 ,H ' 4 vl It Q 1 r 5 A nil e .nz , ' ,V - F , 1 Vl E' W L V , ,f 1 1 lf A Q 8 V ,.f. x V1- ' 1 1-2 V - . P Cf--1 " ' 'if A' -' lf! Scntcif Tullis Vogclsnng Todhunter McXl:xlmn Gcldrcicll ' Q 'f Martin Spencer Spiclcr Dcchow Lcwing Meal-:in if A YQ' 1 f A A if , , le' igl. -Sl 4 iii." ffiffflfQl"Zi?1 ".i'7f':' fifff cf 711511 as " .,.. Q68 DD CDFESSICDNAL FD!-ATEQNITHSS ,TI i Y . .. . r ' .4 ' Q- ,A-v,,v-' , 'lv -'NN N ""T1Jn','K' , ,VA C. E. Bost, '28 H. P. Lyle, '28 VV. M. Russell. '28 C. J. Brian. '28 J. E. Dunn. '28 L. E. Coleman. '28 u Sigma . u .' " Professional lwedical Fraternity Founded:at1University of Michigan, 1882 36 Chapters A- .x .x. ,' R C' S. D E C Wm. Breuggmnnn. '23 K J. K. Howles. '28 G. W. Keller, '28 H. R. Kunkle. '28 R. L. Evans. '28 D R J. R ThetaiChapter established 1892 I ACTIVE MEMBERS . I. Braslienr. '29 . D. Aring. '29 L. Bauer. '29 . I. Butterfield. '29 . V. Ferguson, '29 . E. Franklin, '29 . E. Gould. '29 . L. Ste-inn. '29 . M. Thomas, '29 M. Van Sant, '29 . I. VVQ-iskittel, '29 VV. E. Alsop. '27 0. H. Baums, Jr.. '27 VV. H. Bradford, '27 J. L. Donnelly. '27 A. H. Franks. '27 L. YV. Haynes. '27 B. M. Hogle. '27 R. B. Jones. '27 R. S. Lut, '27 J. L. Maurer, '27 M. C. Menard. '27 R. Morgareidge. '30 O. J. Xi:-holson. '27 R. J. Norris, '27 R. G. Senour, '27 R. K. Smith, '27 gr . E. Turton. '27 T. E. Craig. '30 J. Taggart. '30 H. Fry. '30 S. Ford. '30 J. Cronin. '30 YY. Henderson. '30 M. Yan Dyke, '27 ' V . ws. ' 1- A .. T- 'Sir' " , "' " .A 9 , f is- 1 if .r v 'E 2 ' fi' ' ' N N 4 SN. s. . . 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V - 1' ' 'x 5 .su 5 A , , , I ' is ,A , asgffgyfggtgf..-crmimxrifnymiglwiqya I 'u Ng I , ' I I Q pha psilon Iota Professional Medical Fraternity Founded at University of Michigan 1890 18 Chapters Gamma Chapter established 1922 Marion Abbott, '26 MEMBER IN FACULTY Vera V. Norton ACTIVE MEMBERS Louise Raub, '28 -v: H ' A 'Q , , Y . 5. 1. ? A A f 44 - ' x ' ' ' " ' ' ,ljxg Q. . E5 1 31 fb if 52 Pl- .fW""I'a. 35' I 1 .9 133 23 a . W 3 Q 4 .z 7. 5 B I Ruth Bernheim, '02 Gladys Rouse, '23 I I 1 M9 I Grace Boswell, '09 Helen Schiel, '26 'I I Marthe Cresson, '27 Hazel Sproull, '27 4 'L b Irene Donnelly, '26 Lethia Starr, '28 X Margaret Haratune, '28 Regine Stix, '22 Q, Elizabeth Hooker, 'oo Esther Teitz, '26 ' Inez Lapsley, '01 Charlotte Wiedemer, '24 Amelia Mclntyre, '22 Elizabeth Campbell, '95 e. -9 Vera Morton, '99 I 2 ' PLEDGES ' Mary Knight Asbury, M. D. ' Elvira Goetsch, '29 I F ' 'Q l . 3 I -B a fs - M - Y Y x- r- 1-,nfs-xc-1 U 0 .QQ .,, F' 6 1 - .JG4"i"" .L 4.2 'N . ' -1 4.1 '- '92 155' '-Ql".sf53f-J-' fr-Q as -4"-933 271 . l. Q., fi 1 c g, ., 1' i' Z ,VW ,sf N .i ' kj' init 1 3: tffilx ii, . S wi i VJ. -vc lc.-.fs rva! ,rm lit g 5,41 11 . fi: Q , , nil 'wi Tiff ti. 'if 'Jw -a x'l tail tif w D11- ..-w l.,'.'s r!"Q if 'li ff , ,X rf-Q5 8:3 U. M' :Jilin z5"' Vjwl ffyii r 4 l'x'f Vet tn.. yt' , I :sl 1 ,gp irfil fflqi ?S'l2,l ei X. hi 9, fi-i LQ! H1 ti f vflmfi, -'15,-...V -, K V. .,J'4 Li' -A '.' '-14" --" m ., . ',. 'ft' .,.', A. C. BACHMEYER, M. D. Dean of the College of lledicine The College of Medicine has endeavored to furnish you with the tools of learning and to imbue you with the true scientiic spirit so that through experience and further study you may become reliable and effective physicians. The everchanging conditions in our profession demand that we keep our minds active, receptive and pliable so that we may readily adjust our practice as new truths become evident. The initial phase of your professional life has drawn to a close. May the memories of this interesting period always be with you to encourage and stimu- late you in your work. It is the wish and hope of the Faculty that you may develop useful and there- fore successful careers. 4x.,., ..-,.,., ., ..., . , f . IM. f: I, 23 if, l I I. I, in T'- ,,.., 14. l. ,,,. 1 fl., rg' ik' 'ur C .9-A J F P .l M ral l I 0 1, J H Q i 1 1 sfil i on 14' i sox ,ffl ri l 1 'Wu ,'i lf: W A :H I l LT J, . ,wi I l ... If W. K I Pi' '- M5 Vw, if k N 'J ll 'i Ji il ll 4 Y , ,fm 1 ,. i 1 L'-. ... 4 'i l ,. "Ai U3 A .uv 3 1 fl '.,s 1, . . . 1 ' ' ' . . Q r ' ' ' I K TN Ku xx I 0.,'v'1"'k' yes, --.1 'Q 1 C C U l h H1 mega psi on 1 ,. .1 ff. 7-Fi fcali. J ' ' : Professional Medical Fraternity r" Founded at Buffalo, New York, 1895 Pt.. -' 18 Chapters C , Bm Chapter established 1900 12,1 fy! MEMBERS IN FACULTY i .3 l Julien Benjamen Charles Hoiling L. Howard Shriver John E. Stemler '1 Oscar Berghausen Herman Hoppe Reed Shank Wialter Stix 1"! Clarence Betzner Edward King Salmen Siebler Elmore Tauber 5 ' 4 R. R. DuCassc Sidney Lange Francis Siegal George Topmoeller ,' 21, Albert Freiberg A. J. Light Charles Soutlier Edward W'agner Q ,,N, Alfred Friedlanwler J. Louis Ransalioff John Spelman Hiram Weiss If 4, A. C. Geringer Augustus Ravogli Ralph Staley David Wlolfstein .' la H. H. Hines Victor Ray John R. Stark 'QA 1 ACTIVE MEMBERS V. B. Barnheiser, '27 F. C. Reel. '29 C. R. Steingruhe. '27 'if' G.VN. Burger, '28 D. C. Rivers, '29 H. B. Thomas, '28 PM , J. S. Koehler, '27 J. J. Rolf. '29 C. W. Virtue, '27 V J. W. Leichliter. '27 A. C. Ross. '29 F. M. Williams, '29 fx W. H. Lippert, '27 W. H. S-haller. '27 J. J. Witt, '29 LU' F. E. Spragens, '29 ,gi PLEDGES 51 F. L. Batsche S. R. Hawley J. YV. Longnaker R. W. Blackford 0. J. Jasper E. J. Wilke 5 ,L ' V-,ll .Gai I., - ws. ,Z lil ' f- - n- ' J I ki, 1: , - L' .di ' 'r -' V ' 'fr n +5 i is F . Q., x sf- at -. , V. Sb. V .,., 53: 524, -,lit - as . ie. A . -T ' is A iii' - . ' A . .- Wy' 4 . frf' tk 0 . t IQ I ,LJ - ., 'V' - "" 'ff " Q :sl . P Sins. ' o V 7 f' - Q rx A L' E- G .A K' lc' I , -l'? i 1' .. .A ' ' ii' -- - x 7' . fs' .f , -J l Sis C' 'A W ,671 Koehler Leichliter Lippert Schaller Steingrube l' '1 Virtue Burger Thomas Rivers Rolf Ross 'I Spragcns Williams Witt Batsche Blackford Jasper f ff l , Y .. , . ' tux ' f sf A . "1 ' 'T ' 17-2 iyfin-' Tig--A 7'-7'7'?f'N3", ' f' X-54 Lf' ff'1"7'?.g.5-ff.a -ff! . V Q-.UL f -11.931-lL.S'f1f."'.:5 l LJ 272 Q 4 4 -vi., e P :K ' J' T . - ' :wr I' ,. . 'X 'L' gr-'CFP , :ji ' ', ' ' v jr, , 5 faiezff. 11. Cs 7 +,.,Ta. 1 ' A j',..5f:Zg . E fe w, , ff - . Q " x A '-.. -5 ,, . lpha appa appa V74 :siv- l Y l .,f,tQS 'V' C , 5 Fa "fb ' ' . in I, ' ' E+' l .54 '42-fiff? ' :ev "BTV , p Professional NIedical Fraternity 5 1 5 T. 1' ,V-,-n Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 ' 54- Chapters l. f ' 'fl' Omicron Chapter established-1901 L . 1 ff. 1 ACTIVE MEMBERS ' . Q44 genneth VV. Brunrback, Byron Gillespie, '27. John H. Kooser, '29 Francis M. Pottenger, '29 'K 3 7 any NI- Butler, 28 P. Henry Guluand, 29 Charles McKinley, '29 James C. Rifle, '29 'i Jw J. Herbert Consray: 28 Robert F. Hiestand, '27 Alvin E. Murphy, '29 John Robbert, '29 fm! Wflllam A- DHYHI, .29 Donald F. Hill, '29 Charles Olcott, '28 Charles J. Rosebrook, '28 W,-I I Oliver H, Fearing, 28. Gerald A. Hopkins, '29 James N. Patterson, '28 Thomas YV. Rush, '27 ,Q ' I HQb3fl't R- FLfll61"COI1, 27 John H. Hunt, '27 Thurman N. Perry, '28 Lester YV. Sanders, '27 fm' Mltdlell GHHRDI, 27 Edward C. Kennedy, '29 Amos V. Persing. '28 Leslie J. Schradin, '27 fy J Elmore A. Kindel, '29 Clovis H. Philips, '28 s rl F . ' T. PLEDGES 9 wk ' ' l . . , , , H is :X FTHDCIS E- Bedluger, 30 Richard Hlestand, 30 James E. Sherman, '30 John L. YValker, '30 . .gg Rlchafd VV- Cmgg- ,30 Jasper McClure, '30 Loren R. Siefferman. '30 Stuart M. Yvatson. '30 lm V' . Dorwm H. Colvin, '30 Paul Merrell. '30 Jean M. Stevenson, '30 Ashton L. Wlelsh ,'30 -,Aww Edgaf R- HQTEEBU, 30 J0llI1 E- PPICB, '30 Edward R. Thomas, '30 Gage Wetherall. '30 V l Peter Hess, 30 Thomas P. Sharkey, '30 Richard S. Tyler , , -4 4 u f . 's r "Q lx 'JA ' T" ' '--'- We ,Q-. ' we 2 -E fi,-., , .Z-' , 2151 "fl ,-,li l --gi 7 Q' 4 ill' f "' 1 'gf P " ' z f "2' 9, 'R 4 " HQ-5 ' "" -1 ' 1.5 Af' 4- "A" lx ',, I . 4? ' I: A ' 'H' 1 ' . ll!! ' li' ,QJJ f Effie." ' " ' "1 7 1 , 4: ' ff ' ' 5 . U V 'X 7151 'er E .., M! lf. f ls: V, r, A -L .. 2 .. . E 1. r ' ' '. .," ' 'z' ' 1 - .,. ' 1 ?, 1, ,. if .5 ks V VV- i, V A , 5 y A: l l'v',J ' A ' , ' .5 . 1 '- -, ' ' ll.,-L, ' ? N i f f I. ll"2:'H . .. 5 we' 4' 1, Y , . 'x 1 ' . ,'.. " , 'z , v llc? Q ,Q . - " 'P' .'-A 4 4- lfgl t v ' , . " ' J l nl 'V If' 1' , .f -'f 4 f t .Y ' , . , Z V lst i .... f, I, A Lf V V . . N Ja' I , 'L 1 tl' , - Y 7 . . . . . . " f +A ' Rush Sanders Hlestand Gamm bchrodm Fullerton Gillespie Kooser Hunt V31 Q Q Cragg Thumann Welch Phillips Patterson Persing Davin , Kindel Sherman if . 'l V . . . , ,A Q 5 i Hopkms Hargett Hess Hiestand Colvin Thomas Glunana Merrell Bedinger fl 4 f .f 1 A -W . 0 . A - . Q . """'f"'1-A 1',n'f- 'f Pr' es1'f:"'rf "1"T--f'.4'- ' . '1'f"2fv-e my 5 . iz an . Y JCL. K Irv. ,I VLA N1 I' I ll.. ,t . , . , 5 . , i V 1 ,. L, '35, ,Jc'f'frl1.:fl',,,"F'gl'3-gfQfg'L,4fL-5. 'f.C7g..,?"l1.'Q'n1-2, . ,JL :J-, 273 V1 in . ,. -Y,,.., 'xvvu wvt h -- - A Y- ----X va' vv if 'Q-v -':,'aAVL, Q' PB' f- - i .4 im -iv: -.x ,mx mfr-',ff.r.,x '.-,--fri -. '-- .. Vi...----..LiWf,.,' nn 4 - '-'i,' .-' I , . ,.' ,r fi ' I NJ i. 14-.mit fi ,, , v , 5- -v 2 2' li' l h It Y' in 1 A p a Q a -if if " '4 ' "J ' -Lf h','.' ' 'l 1' ' 1 sl .K " ' 90. 1 .'li..:',' 'Na 1 Ag-Q f i , ' f Q l -rj ',-.4 'Tag' , ' '. L, 5 Professional Law Fraternity ,YQ .ASQ FUllI'lClk'fl at Clnic-ago, Illinois, 1902 1 A .. ' 50 Chapters 2 fn ,Q l Salmon P. Fhuse estalmlislwcl 1908 I ' .4 ' ' ' A s ' 1 1 . sv ,lips MEMBERS IN l"Af'l'LTY 'ff' 427- Howard l.. Bevis :lrlr-5 YYCIK-r ' 1 DQ il 1 AVTIVE MEMBERS :ja -'X 1 F ' I, UNH Al0Xill1ClPl'v '23 Alfred Klein, '28 Edwarrl Quinn. '23 C4 5, V 5 Sum Analress. '23 Paul Kunkel. '27 Yvillizun RilIllSl'j'. '29 4'- lfx' llurulcl liruwn. '27 Fred l.:xn1pinp.i, '29 Gordnn Ric-ll. '29 fl, 1 'RTW Goorgv Donsuil. '29 Hubert Murphy. '27 .Iulm L. Sanger, '27 -.' 1 .l l.r-unurd Ernslwrgvr, '28 Marcus Mc-Alliwter. '28 Paul Shank, '2N x, 6? Forest Ely, '27 .lzunes llc-Plicrsun, '28 sv2llft'l' FIllltlI. '27 it ig llcrnmn Guelucl, '27 llulzcrt Mc-lntusll, '27 Russell Fpeifle'-l. '23 5 M ,N .lulm Huniplirios. '23 Dunzllrl Xinnno. '29 lhwinglaus Yr-QI. 'QS 7'-Q f ' , Louis Nippert, '28 9-11 3,71 lv ng'- 74 si: 1 if Q n- .1 J P: ri 'L A . .f , '1 P' '-4 . I A I H Q ., Y. '- i ' ' ' v' is '1 . . on g ,gf K M5 - I A M Q . . 4 :, 1 ' 4 , 2 ' 1'2i4r,, , I :lzf 'R' - . ' 'X .L , J VD: . I V ' ' f w fu' ', 'E +92 ' 2 1 F " .jx A Q - V mn .--2 L!" V 4 X 4 F , . V ..' n , . 2 I . a K A L .. 2' X - ' n xr: - , S l , -1 2 . - J if N- E g. " 5 Aw N . A. ' in.. ' -i ii-Q , ' 5 'vii - W L 2 Q - ' ' Q li .' 1 - in V, . , 'VP-X, E74 ppl ig ,. , ' ' .1 IN ippm-rl Humphries Ely Mclntosh Vest lxlvin Sanger if Ninnnu Smit li Alcxamdor McAllister Andrcss Speialvl Murphy Kunkel :I Q3 --2--2-., ,Q si ' , '- f' . .i .., r--vr2..,r..,. ,,,,,.-- fp . ' .- A - - . V X - 1 1 - 'x Q' 1 I 1 A, X , Effi-h," p, fx Ig. M, pci! Ht- v 55' mn K xii' ,sl N A . ,, 2 , 0 - F .nn ,ACL 'L. ?5-. ,L.L "l.A' . 'f .54f,Y.'4.A '..a.gJ5ifl:5, 45, A14 274- 'T' 'Y".. ll 's l' '. ! R Q tg. rg , . 'Y 'Q ,.,lfi,.. , QQEEEEEEQQEQQQKQQLHllliifigie5325523 lpha appa Q plv' i i rl l gi U A va 5: c, EWU.. , 4, ..A Professional C onnnercial Fraternity Founded at New York University, 1904 44 Chapters Eta Chapter established 1914 MEMBERS IN FACULTY 2 -5 'ff Herman Schneider B. G. Graham H. F. Koenig 4 ' ' 4 ACTIVE MEMBERS 1 Ll 'i VVill Cooke Benton, '27 Merritt C. Farrell, '28 Samuel T. Lehman, '27 Chester K. Sterrett, '27 J Hector P. Boncher. '28 Edward T. Hoppe, '27 Milton R. Maddux, N. C Robert VanFossen, N. C Cecil J. Bye, N. C. George A. Hoffman, '28 Robert B. Maddux, '27 G. Bain YVaters, N. C. 1 , Leslie T. Co1's. N. C. Paul VV. Hopewell, N. C. Herbert A. Pence, N. C. Lewis A. VVl1ite,. N. C. ff? Robert S. Corwin, '27 Richard D. Jervis, '27 Alfred T. Reis, N. C. Stephen B. VVilk1nson, N. C fe John C. Endebrock, '28 Robert XV. Knauft. N. C. Richard B. Roberts, '27 PLEDGES ' Dave Affleck, '29 Carl Buniiller, '28 Rudolph Reimer. '28 Cliff Hext, N. C. - Ji W'illian1 V. Arnold, '28 Raymond Hilsinger, '29 VVilfred Schubert, Faculty Harold Stoner, '29 gf., Glen Biggs, '29 Carl Junker, '28 Edwin A. Bush, '29 Norman Tillar, '29 , i l John L. Brown, N. C. Richard McDonald. N. C. Lenford Harrison. '28 Ted Wlhite. N. C. t ' . Qi: '- - '5' ' ,QVI 1 94 ' "" 53 "'-" "'r - . . ,... , -1 ' .,,. . i - 2 VG new rs' 2 'Q ,. ".1 ' "lla" -.., if " l ' I .cw ' '-C ' -M' ' .-.V-'rr ,- .," ' f Q' . 1, 75 , ' V1 , -gru . , ., V A ,A , ,ts lijngry I Q., QQ fr 5 M255 5 1 a 4" . f , , 2 'li 4: ' ,. L , , , , , . Sterrett VVhite Pence Hoffman Hoppe Lehman Benton Jervis Maddux Corwin Knauft Hopewell Bye Roberts Enrlebrock Farrell I 'll- L Y ---Y' 1,707 " -3 fi' Y vw Y W- in ' 13. ff"'P,--' qf'Jm:"'. e " i . ,cg 'T' ' '7 V , Q. 4 275 I2 . P. Bennett, '29 . C. Berndt. '28 lpha Chi Sigma JL f f. .f.1.x'tL. ' mf, ' Professional Chemical Fraternity Founded at University of Vlfisconsin, 1902 39 Chapters Alpha Delta established 1917 MEMBERS IN FACULTY S. B. Arenson R. Bradley E. T. Famau C. Thurmond ACTIVE MEMBERS J. A. Dalve, '27 F B Duffy " . Schroeder. '27 Y. P. Spang. '29 . YanYvven. '28 H. E. Montgomery, '29 A F. R. Nagely, '29 E. P. Naherlnuls. '28 it .. . , . 27 M. Culacnreio. '29 L. E. Francis. '27 J. C. Campbell. '29 L. YY. Hoel. '27 E. Norton. 'ev H, E. mlm. '27 E. T. Ctawforcl. '27 J. Jorking. '23 T. F. Olt, '29 P. H. 1YiCkens. '27 R. C. Cnnningliiun, '29 M. Mathews YV. F. SCl1i1I1ZIC', '27 B. A. Yates. '29 P. W. Durst, '27 PLEDGES D. L. IJCCRIIIIP. '30 C. F. Gem,-klc-r, '30 H. Rainier. Grncluute C. Clifton, '30 L. E. Massie. '29 D. Ric-harflson, '30 J. C. Ervin, '30 C. E. Potter. 30 G. E. Whitman. '30 C. E. Recknzigle, '29 YS1-.53-x- ' 1- f.1. .:.4..:,g - " K g" MQ A ' 5 V -' , . " Xf .F ' l J' .1 X.. 1 K f 'X ' X 'N ' P xv 9 V .A 1 Q:-A P E r . . Q i Y ix , , " .Z .J ' ' J .Q " G ' I .f 'A 0 1. , 6 l ' fi' ' ' N. if -' . ' Le.., ! "f"X g.l','14e:5 Sn-llunzle Yveln' F rant-is Duffy Iflocl Schroeder xYll'kQ'IlS liurndt Crnwforcl Dalve Norton Mathews Cunningham lla-nm-tt Olt Campbell Naherlnunsc Yan Vyven Y' 7 'L An. 4 .. -K . -, 5 '. .W'1x..vw..w, r - -N' -V-712.-. -Y-. tgvixtfjx ,,A..1P4g.T 'Ln ..fg.,g-Ll, A .ilumft .uf ,iL,5f5M. . As , . . . L- -.qtf X I 1 . . Pi 1-as v f , B 1 4 'i 1 V ' I Pi Theta . 4' 4 J - A r . . . 1 ' ' i il , 5 Honorary Professional Kindergarten Fraternity f Founded at the University of Cincinnati, 19'26 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY I Annie Laws Grace Anna Fry Josephine P. Simrall 1" 11 . .' ACTIVE MEMBERS , Emma Andrew Luella Eckert Irene Lanimers X Thelma Bailey Ruth Evans Mildred Lindsey Evelyn Mae Beins Elsie Marie Foehr Thelma Lingonner Marjorie Bond Virginia Herrmann Agnes Phelan Frances Brown Dorothy Hetzel Harriet Roudehush Carol Ciener Evelyn Hirsch Ann Sierner Esther Ciener Erma Kassens Kathryn Struhhle Jean Dearness Ann Kinneary Inez Vollrath 5 I yy I... :Quik I as -S R . - 5 x I - ig ' . ' - ' V . V' a N- 77' ' v I 4, ,hxh JT , I. 4 im Q 5 i 1 A A ' , . 1 l E 'T , .LM . ,- . fd 'ff I 1 fi A' ' . ' ' . Q .ffl K ' 4 'I N ,-Q 1, ' f i L: Y 1 . .. :ati ' l ' ' C Q2 7 if 1 V ' . 4 .J L . . f ' .,' 1 r 'tial ia ff . ,, ,X 6 I ' A I ii ef - if ' Ifnid 2 , A V . Vg: 'B - . 1 ip, Q I ., . Q QV , . -I i QX ,,.l.' ' vw , , , , V . ,K-bi L. Eckert D. Hetzel K. Struble I. Kassen I. Volrath E. Foehr M 516l11CI' E. Beins A. Phelan V. Herman J. Deafness C. Ciener R. Evans A Innneary V .if T. Lingonner H. Rendebush F. Brown M. Bond M. Lindsey E. C iener T Bailey .Q 1 l? '-K rv' ' : I "Fr Tr" it ' .9 I ' " , 'IT' . - . - . ' fm? . If fl-Lki:"a .13 1- 'A .. . ll ' V -L fl' ,.-4 Q. -.-. -- I H I 45.4. 'K 27 7 -.Q I v v ."" ' X 'A-D VV- A - -A v' f V 7 ' 0-67 ' i1.,,,, , f ,-T'T T L1'i7' T 11-ll J- 1-I 'QQ 'Ri' 'C' if r-Tv "f," 2 ' D' ' 'A N f ur uf' rdf' V 1 f lf: A !ff5i.gl lie 'N N EXT! PLL?2Q'Fs'lf1'+?i.1:f!,Q-31-111 i 0 O - h1 h1 2' 1' T ll iff as 1 A . W -sf. ff" U 'J tif, 1 0-in l ,kj A r ll"f"' . . . Professional Med1cal Fraternlty ii iq i' Founded at the University of Vermont, 1889 -fb' I. . , ' 54 Chapters ' Upsilon Zeta Chapter established 1918 531 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ".f- ' Mont R. Reid Carey P. McCord .. gh ff' I Richard S. Austin A. P. Matthews G,,4 1 FQ-Q A QS ACTIVE MEMBERS J' I ' . 1 ' . .4 Chas. Ahlefeld, '28 M. P. Cooper, '28 Wendell Green. '23 J. La Camera, '27 J. Stiers. 23 - PTI' 'Q' J ', Dave Allen, '29 Sidney Cooper. '29 A. A. Gavey, '28 W. D. McElroy, '28 W. S. Schwartz. 28 ,' ' 1 full J. G. Anderson, 29 J. Asa Carter, '29 Herb Harris. '27 R. C. McNelly, '27 W. T. Shriner, '29 CQ lc? 1 Luther F. Beetem, '29 J. T. Cunningham, '29 VVm. Hepp. '29 John Phair, '28 Purcell Schube, '29 l yn 1'-' 1 Fritz Bucher, '29 H. Crosby. '27 Otis Haizlip, '27 W. H. Regan. '27 Theo. Yinke. '29 l 'i F. X. L. Baurichter, '29 S. Dick, '27 E. Imthun. '28 V. E. Roden, '27 Wm. S. Wire. '29 C3 Gerald Castle, '27 George Gregory, '28 Carl Kirchmaier, '29 Murray Rich. '28 Virgil Zigler. 27 E 4. ,iff Harry Landt, '27 'G 1 '1 . ,A ,- llffi PLEDGES LQ -'pri Arnold Abfahfmga '30 w. P. Clark, 'so C. J. Fairo. 'so Charles W. Aronme. 'so Q' Iflilffy' BPQTDHH, ,L30 Clark Dougherty. '30 Paul GraH, '30 Eldren Smith. '30 txj E . 1 L'a"'9f'nd Clarlf' 30 Harry Dougherty, '30 Rollin Kuebhler, '30 Wm. Sohngen. '30 V-'I . r"-tl W. C. Clark, 30 if 511 , 13 -- F. j 4? V' -2 . 9 'T 1, Q . -. . 1 ,.,f.. 'Q fr nr ' ' ge ., it , . . , , . , Q! it I lc I lo -- - is A " 1 31 v ' ve - ' "' - ' I' 5 ,wi . " .if . A 1 , . . 4 lk-1 "lf L ' 1. I ""' " f 'LO ' vw ff' Quaid I - ,V . nb . .Q i fl,f .' ""' A .. f? - Q 2 A - , 131: if . 3' "V ' 5 'ft 'G' 1 - ' ' . 5 "'l' . " ' - , 7 A , A . . line k bw , I , .4 ff -N Lk J ig.,-1,1 - , '93 Mfr . l-3 il: , f-1 'X ' P 'fx ' Z' -V I5 "A x 1' :QI 5 QRS, 'S .,. Q 4621 1 . f Q E V. w- ?l f . - 4' ' Q 1 . . as . lil i ' - 4 ' . 751. M 7 eil- A -B+ .Gi , , 1 . , . Q N ' 4.1 I K .. K . . - nm- . , . . . -' , - 'pq' "" ' 5' .V Q S 6 Q -Ss Q- -1 "'-. ,v-, A Q Q P ,.','. . 5 ' 5 I I " 4 S ' - . U .- Q., 1. - pf! --. LH,f,'i1I11GI'iL Regan Harris Allen Castle Roder Landt Ziglcr McXelly Dick 5.74 Ahlfeld Garvey Mc-Elro y G regory Schwartz Green Stiers Cooper Plmir Crosby V' v l Bucher Kirvlmnmier Hepp Cunningham 1Vire Shriner Anderson Daughty C nrter Vinke I H W. P. Clark Monroe NY. C. Clark NV. Sohngen Smith Stoneburner Beexnan G rail' Kuebbler Clark y .4 F' 1 -, ' " "q V1 .. V L A - . Y Y M f-'f - 1 f , df 1 . -1 ' Y ., .r1'f,,,' ' f f'e'f.ff "ra '1' I'-Q-. H. -E f f A f. W 'Qu 'L ' ' ' """'C' A 'iftlfiffkr-R-isY-..+Qa..f5l.!4F'2+1 278 .4 , v . ,, si, NX' ' Ph ',i,,: gtj',:'r"2tT.S:Ti"'g??,TL?gZ-'TIQIQ J fff...-?-i'.:L:'. F K ' :r:.::g.F 15:7 .I I . uv- ' f Y .if vig P .'-H' 1. F! - I W D lt S' ' .el e 21 lgma 1 M W: , i. ,-'Lf'rg 'r Q 3 "rl, .. .nxfi-x f U7 . 7 I-'ll , vga i .fu - iw 1 if . . . gr' Professional C 0I1lIl16I'Cl3,l Fraternlty 'sly ' I 1 I x ' gi. 7 :f Founded at New York University of Commerce, 1907 'A ' J. fl' 4-1 Chapters Alpha Theta Chapter established 1924 fi V Taft bb! MEMBERS IN FACULTY k. A- i 1 Norwood C. Gels Dr. N. R. 1Vhitney 'U-1? .i r V " W. 'Q l . 1 . W . 3 l Q21 ACTIYE MEMBERs ' :jd 3" 1 Richard VV. Angert, '29 James E. Conlon. '28 George A. King, '28 Virgil Schwarm. '27 l "Q ilf? Lorenzo Atkins. '27 Lee Grasfeder, '27 Herman A. Newman, '29 Richard W. Shelly, '28 ff I .i Q Alvin Bottler. '27 Harry V. Hopkins, '27 Barnett Reid. '28 George C. Toevpfer, '27 5 ,1 F. Edwin Bruestle, '28 Roger Humphries, '27 Gordon Schroedel, '28 W. Harmon 11 llson, 29 ' ON. , f' 1 Evan VV. Chatfield, '27 Louis Keck. '28 'I' . in i ' W. 'Q Q PLEDGES 1' J if YC Fred Dixon, '28 George Peters, '30 Otis Schore, '29 L 51 ' Arthur Eilerman, '29 Julius Reif, '30 K. C. Smith. '30 'M I Q "1 Walter Hiller, '29 Robert Savage. '30 Joseph Chl. '28 " , l CQ- tif 1 1' ' ' V". '. 1. , ' ' ' l . ol 'W Q .5 3 .5 ' f Sf' 'ii -5' . V J' ' . P w ' ' ' "'. T-W" ' o Q V, ' Q i- 1 'fi ' 'A f if . , ALJ ,l lla: - 3 ' A .7 A -- '- ' lb' 1 lf ' . -5 E X011 , 5 . '. Q-4,3 I V ' ' 4- wr: h i ,. :Qi ' , i, ff-'A ' . in . q 4 " if 2 ' M .AW . ' "" . ' , lf 4? . . ' lv. ,' ' ' ' N ,l Eff 1 if ' ' - - 'A ' 2' ' ..,. l. I' I . K . J. fly' lf? L 1. , . , , " " f-- v i'k'Y', 1 j ' H .Ig X p I, F1941 ' ll? 1 1 . ' YH" f A all Qu? A. . .: .- W I M ima!! g 1. 1- -W -A -- W 2' -W--V , lr vi vc! .- 1 5 'll l L. Grasfeder T. Adkins G. Toepfer R. Humphries A. Bottler H. Hopkins 'J' I R. Shelly B. Reed L. Keck V. Schwarm E. Chatfield E. Bruestle 1 " 1l kg . J. Conlon H. Newman R. Reinhart W. Wilson G. King G. Schroedel R. Augert . W V 'i w Y I .1 1 A , y l X ' .. I 1 ' - ,rj ' ' 2. 1 l '5 L'C3"'r r .s 3- .. if '.TTiJ7.s41H1.1. 1 ' . H79 ,.4..ffe-f:f1.- "':or'pr. . , 5 gif? L4-L L34 ' ' fli 2L..'gf".L..1. 1313: fr". sl' 'lr "Q" ' '--in ,T XJ Lx 279 x r7"'fc ,D Seabbard and lade Raimi! r lil! 7 25 -' dbx V 'Vfvlllgg X Founded at the University of Wisconsin. 1904 65 Chapters Company C. 4th Regiment, established 1923 OFFICERS ' R. D. LAMDON ,.... .............. .,.... P r esident G. E. LILLIBHIDGE .,.. . , , . . Vice-President L. E. FRANc1s ,,,.. . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Col. Geary Capt. Hindle Lt. Hughes Lt. Nliller Capt. Campbell The abject of tl e buiety of Fcabbard and Blade is the belief that Military Service is an obligation of citizenship. and ' I that the greater opportunities afforded zollege men for the study of military science place upon them certain responsibilities as citizens. It is a Society composed of Cadet OPEC-ers chosen from the R. O. T. C. Cnit of this College, designed to unite in closer 1 . relationship with the military 1lPp2l1'tlllCl1tS of other American Universities and Colleges: to preserve and develop the 1 essential qualities of good and ettieient ottieersg prepared to take a more aetive part and to have a greater influence in the 1 - military oHiairs of the communities in which we may reside: and above all. to spread intelligent information concerning l ' the military requireuients of our country. ACTIVE MEMBERS lt. D. Landon A. lt. Bottler C. W. Chattield R. Savery G. Lillibridge lt. Corwin lVilfred Lessarcl J. II. Best H. C. Hose C. Cochran R. B. Roberts Chas. Herfertll Burnett Reed J. E. Mather Paul Ashbaugh W. E. Grosse Geo. Toepfer Albert Yitz z" Q lf ' it I 5 X I .-,X lr xx' ":ut. I-Iughesj, K,'oelu'an Yitx Herferth Corwin Capt. Hindle Col. Geary Best Bottler Lieut. Claxton Roberts Ha very Francis Grosse Landon Lillibridge Toepfer Ashbaugh . --. . -fe,-1 f f I, FTF!! v Q yd 'l,s,- qrs-I4 Alt frqi iii- V -5 . N . 5 I ' 4 ' I H T55-,J 280 3 it x r , 1 a f r il l 1 rs ip! 1 Q - 7 p wi I I V n rf .a I nrt 'i ff. ff liffr 1 oric rder Q' ? - Af yf 5. 'I E X -5 M K Professional Architectural Fraternity Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1925 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY Ernest Pickering Ernest Bruce Haswell ACTIVE MEMBERS George1L.'iBurke, '29 Richard H. Hart, '23 Paul F. Nocka, '27 Carroll5W. Everett. '29 Fred Kock, '29 L. C. Pittman, '29 YiDC6Ht D- GF'?I1tZ'?I1l90Tg, 'QS George F. Kock. '28 H. John Ritterholz. Jr John.Hargrave, '29 Louis J. Marioni, 'QS George F. Roth. '27 PLEDGES C. R. Keller. '30 Alfred Sauer, '30 Richard Letfel, '30 Eugene Schrand. '30 Frederick Raueber, '30 Herman Ftrumph, '29 Harry Reinhardt. '28 Burke Miller, '30 rg ' N. i ' , . 1 ffl , . , i i J to to 1 v -4 A K 717 , AZN, ws' J .ij gx V . 5 i A I -'N : ' Y ' - ' . . fxzq ..,. ,,.. f , .V . T .f..-..l.. J '. ., -. ' 1 F. Kock W. Pittman C. Everett G. Burke G. Roth lp! F. Raueber R. Lelfel A. Sauer G. Kock H. Strumph C. Keller GA gy rw! I fvf'?'Q'T'f'-9 Y 'lv 'ff' ig, 3 L1 fl,-CL. ,J ' L11 .U "'51f-9'-' 4.-.W .1 .F A i . xw,,A. s f -1 281 .',-""""" - K f 'xx W -4A f W f . 7, i T KW - 4 . , 7- F LJ .g,.. x f 7,i,Zf7' ' NN CCYFXAQ rw fl gg , it ,I .711 1 -,Ci ' ' V If-vgj QQ ' A 'TJ VL? 5 . rc!-?, '.l i L- J. 3-,B5if'fY?,i1 W wi, , ff:-""'Af + +wJm R .. A, A41 . ' Il '1l,7:i? "f' v.A,. -!f4 -'Ag H -3 1 if I - - I,XffXf f f ' ' I ff! wlffxrgfjl Nj: 1 N x Y ' " V Q fy ? few ii f - ' 'I , "X-. ,T N" V,V N W' 5 ffl A n fW 'Q N ' J f 1 f ' X Wx , 3 .Z , . Hugh! r , ,974 "'r-x . I A -1 gfggi tfiumx 0 W in f 4 1 I .- ff ' 4. 4 X! I Z L. . f x f Z I H, 4 , Z, X .rf 1 If ff Q-77' , J fmf ff fr -f' A.-f'-. fl' . . Y gf. - v 1, gt..s..,l - i' Q" ..' MERTON L. FERsoN, A.M., LL.B. Dean of the College of Law The lawyer's advice is sought and followed in the most important and intimate relations of life. No profession faces a greater opportunity or a greater duty in the matter of fixing the stand- ards and directing the conduct of our people. The lawyer's role calls for integrity, industry, and ability. hlen who lack any of these qualities will be happier, more useful, and better paid in some other occupation. The law has a peculiar hold on its devotees. hlen will mine coal, clerk in a store, lay brick, and carry on all the human occupationsg but frequently, if not generally, the work is done as a means of earning a living. The typical good lawyer regards his work as more than a means of earning a livelihood. He loves the work itself. He throws every bit of his strength into it. He seldom quits his work while he has strength to carry it on, even though he becomes financially able to retire. The zeal with which great lawyers do their work may be interpreted as both a beckon and a warning. It is a beckon in that it indicates the absorbing delight which successful lawyers find in their work: it is a warning in that it forecasts a hectic competition for all who enter. ll? ,.,..s -1.-..-vi 1 YW 5' Is.: ':",lf.1 .fix ffl- ii . -1'f. :Q .Ol 'VJ , . l 1.1 'A lfx' sal 1 I l r-'.' . ' 1 , , . ,QI I 9 -l l I l F11 .., L l s I fl I P , I 0 . fif , Y , . rp' I !',l 'fu l Nfl I :'.' K .I i. , 'J '..' Y I nl el f Q' A 1 Jr. V ,,' .1 i . v 1 - ,4..', Q-L .lu 0 -J 4 x, N-1 In if A . A- '- --,- - rf q- 5Tfe::i, - 4-fe, - f -wr A-f5,-1f,+ye -.'f- ' l F55-fi .rs .- 7' f 'A '. 52.2-I N UL' 5 4'S?ff-f? -, K 'W Al h l h ' ' ' ' ggi p 3 p E1 1 l v ll . lx x L v- w H 5 , Fil - '13 '- ' 'Q ll fggs5"'f-'EEL l ' I '1 '-5i.A6lTni2"' r . ve . we-2 :ef vw-f rv I . .Q tu fy '-exiyvf' D556 if' 'IF' lli' - - - - hxg rg- Proiesslonal Nurslng Sorority 'al l Founded at the Cniversity of Cincinnati, 1924 ff 1 1 Chapter v 1 'l vw-it Alpha Chapter established 1924 dui .1 bd l A ' If QQ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY Annie Laws Mary Mercer Bertha Haspel QQ. 'pg F 01 :W iq? . I? .Wi ACTIVE MEMBERS M17 Lida Anderson, '26 Lcnnn Jane Gilt, '27 Mabel Jones. '26 Laura Rosnagle, '26 F 'Li Mildred Carson, '26 Mary Gilcrest. '26 Betty Kenihle. '27 Helen Steinway. '26 3, 1 W Caroline Derrickson, '27 Cecilia Haddox, '27 Mildred Lurentz, '27 Margaret. Lou Straver, '26 Y! 5,74 Amy Louise Fisher, '27 Opal Hale. '27 Gertrude Morris, '26 Kathryn Trollinger, '26 DSA Affijl 'PS' , V11 7:4 1 '. .1 , ' - Qi' ' 7 1 all ' T- J ' E: 11 is .,41- W lkfwhn ' 1 Ljw '14 YQ: J' N 2 . ' . .I lm -l l ' T x but ll., JI l aqgf I ,L l pr fi C .93 l -X 4 ' iam' , '01 HY! l:.f..:7 l::.l 'iii ' 3 5' L x 13,312 ,gi P, : 1. M ,rr l 'M-1 K FWA .1 lux' is' ' - ti! up-I ' V , "' A-1 1.. r . . 5 bs, Emi O. Hale C. Derrickson M. Gilcrest C. Huddox K. Trollingcr A. Fisher LSI' L. Gift L. llosnagle M. Lorentz M. Straver M. Jones B. Kenihle 5? L1 1 . -- .... ,Q , , if-1 - V Y . nf.-. k '1 , .-"W 1" .-W' 'P' 'ff"'FV4,F'7f ""-'TT'-in ffit' 11 4 - 'M .. f3?',.5-'Q J- L.-1' f,f,7j.' x4?..e-fE1-:- 3'C-.'?1.Q,.1g,...'f,32K'?..l-ff:?'Q-3 w - V 282 ' X 5 5. f I ' ,Pa r i A N. Z' -- --1-'W ------l- f - ----Qrl---1 i 'L In c1Ntai15xATxi,xN1'geQ ' Phi Delta Delta f if iff' f ' es 's -"' . W . frfif. zxA,. f If D i If I i WO111CH'S Legal Fraternity i - Founded at University of Southern California, 1911 V i 23 Chapters Y Alpha Beta Chapter established 1927 .y l l-1 ! , 'IN' n ACTIVE MEMBERS I W A Phyllis Albert, '29 Cornelia Leary, '29 " " A Q l M 9 95 ge , ,P Regina Closs, Graduate Elizabeth Pinger, Graduate A Vi ' ' C r '28 Hazel Roessler, '28 rgirua ra y, 1 Margaret Huenefeld, Graduate Margaret Yungblut, '29 ' s 1. I I Q 0 iv. , 4 1 Za ? A G 95 kv . D 1 23 LQ FQ? .lei y - ' ' 1 'W' A 1 15515 11 l i IH. ik! 53' 1 1 4552 9 , 1 iilf 5351 i ' i 1 i . , .r Gi , A 19 1 1 1 'rs 4. , , A 5557, 5 Q lufii VT" W , QQ! l- 1 fl- Si - 'z l ix . 0855 el' - fail' . UH U ,kk H R I P. Albert V C y C. Leary M Y gbl t Si' 'iff' E , 5 1 f f 1 9 - - 9 -e -9 . - -ff 'iii ' 'Qfi y ' ' QQ1f1lKZFf'C?' JT e 283 . . 0 1' 5 .i- Y.. . irq.. - .P!' aff if 'IV' NN K1-."'.'-V - A . I . - ' - ' ee-1 E eff' - ' Lf . 1 l I hi Delta hi .1 ' ' .fi2f'D""1 l 'V F ' A' J eff 221- A v. s ' .h J Professional Legal Fraternity rrl , , Founded at the University of Michigan, 1869 l 1 55 Chapters F Hamilton Inn Chapter established 1886 '1- . . 1 I ' ', . i N MEMBERS IN FACULTY A'-,'. l ., 1 I Merton L. Ferson, Dean Hon. Robert C. Pugh ,L Hon. John Weld Peck Arthur H. kent A-,,"5 Hon. Thomas H. Darby Frank S. Rowley 34, ACTIVE MEMBERS ff x ' . John S. Bachman, '29 lYil1iam K. Divers, '28 Howard E. Oexman, " ' , Paul C. Cleveland, '29 George E. Fee, '27 Kimble Scott, '29 ' lx Jesse P. Cobb, '29 John C. Grant, 'Q9 Lewis M. Sloan, '29 I v L Evans L. DeCamp, '29 L. L'. JeH'ries, '29 Charles E. Vance, '29 :. i Leonard J. Dempsey, '29 Alfred A. Morrison, '27 Ranald S. Wes . '29 fi L". I . l PLEDGE f" P E Lawrence Kimble. '29 l . ' 1: I .. --,. i .L-4 5 Q: ' - L ,, " X' I nw., 'hi 2 it , E . f fx. ' . Qi, l 'n': ., xr. l x A uri, xl - t .X " ,J 1 .. bt 4 1 . ' ' E H. . ,Q - 1 . r- , 4 ' . r 1 H ,., 'fl - , : A X 4' K--', i . ,U Y. Q 1 C- i. Q: tn ' ' 5 QU i ' 4. ' ..- .1 ,, me y'4 ri ll . ' ' ' 3" " 'P ' - I 'fe I l '. Cleve Divers Morrison J effries Fceanld ' In ' Cobb Scott lhlehman Oexmzui Grant L0 A, DeCamp Sloan Dempsey Vance Kimble West P' ' , . ' W . l U -rl fz' 'frf.,.f1 ' " ""' ff- ' .'T'iT-'T L' 45" J I.--N Q- n' radkfkl- .gum A 'n V '-JP. 1, -,. I K5 ' 5 igfdr' , Q. , 7 ,-- - - A A -4. - A- 4 I ,i 284 V we 'N' :lf A" ' Q' 'L lf- V C' P' l S' 1 I j f' 4 Honorary Mechanical Fraternity Founded at University of Illinois, 1915 11 Chapters Eta Chapter established 1926 MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. H. Fikret C A. Joerger u A. L. Jenkins H. L.Messinger f - A ACTIVE MEMBERS C Armin Bruestle Samuel HllH'll18.H 1 Earl Boat Jack Kelly Ric-hard Brown Charles Reesey ' Delmar Cochran Richard Savery Ralph Diserens Adelbert Schenk Bernard Strothnian ,lf-V' i 3 ff:-f , ., , .I .1 . H4 V xl, Q ' , ' 4 W f l my l , 1 'fy no ' e ll -U ly 4 ff.. 'I "1 . lAv Q 'rf , Wi L -.4 WE! ' lg' li, 4-y 1 ,li '1 1 , Iklxj I . W. 'A 'lv 1 Y W u Liz-it P11 Diserens Boat Schenk Reesey Bruestle Huffman Cochran Savery Brown Strothman kelly 1P,'i N "Ill Q gal il.. ,xvl fa 44. M- . .... EEE .- E E 1 V-' A - ,E E E r . E ,V f ,-. -. W.,-. - 5.' ww- .-,., r-. . .- , A-Y- f- -y-- I-, ,- I Y- K L""'ff .zf""?'77'-"' 'T '. rv- VE, -. . f-fav rw - ff E 1 fl 1 fs J 1 i s A-7--.285-J I Sq:-T-QI -L V V Y -1 , Y Y Y 3 I f2Yr""iY"vf" ' ' "f'! I v r? I fx.: 1 7' N I W 1 g . t?l,33pzVp,il.3J .Q-qgmg 21114 CINCINlN.XTI.XN4-,I 'gf W9iV',QFi- xiii-, I ,J X " D 1 ' S53 4 appa e ta I Q . I -'S ' .. , JI Ln ,.,, chi. roi - fi lei fl' . -gi bi I I A l 1 I Professional Educational Fraternity xiii' I. I , L , 3 Founded at University of Illinois, 1911 nf ' 34 Chapters if Zeta Chapter established 1917 2.1" 15 1 l N -1 x'- '- MEMBERS IN FACULTY . I ri' F Ada Arlitt Harry Gauders 3? i'3+ Harriette Campbell Frances Jenkins' A 111 x VVilliaIn Cook L. A. Pechstein ' s l ' Ruth Streitz L2 ,Q I -Q. p .f . I fll Y 'A 31 pta oFFIc'ERs fi, Q 'I PY' PEARL WRIGHT .,.... ........... P resident e -91 v- .- u k CELIA SCARBOROUGII. . . .......... X Ice-President cg I 'li' STELLA MAE ADAMSON. . , ....... Recording Secretary 'QW bf HARRIETTE HENSLER ..... .,... C orresponding Secretary A tt JULIA KELLEY ...,..... .........,...... T reasurer is . l A, 1 . IC' ef, 1 The purpose of the Cincinnati Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is, "to encourage in its members a higher degree of con- D ii' centration to social service. To this end it shall maintain the highest educational ideas, and shall foster fellowship, schol- Q arship, and achievement in education." K' l , L E L 155.1 4" if fi' 7 vl J 11. I U 5 A ' 3 , L YU Mx i Q' Y A 1, js A -f at I XS ,if ' 5758139 4' A Oiiiiii v P + I p 286' I X 3 f LIAX A .yy CAM D US GDQAXN IZLXTICNS 287 Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS ETIII-:L GImr'III:xn.xc'III-:iz ..,. , . . ,..... . ....... President VIIALMA FILI,MoIIE ..,... ...,. . . ,Vir-0-President ELI-:Axon III:l'r'K ..., ,...., R wording Secretary EDITII H.XRl'PlIl ...... . . .Corresponding Serra-tary VIRGINIA AIILIIURN ..., . , . . ,,., Treasurer ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. Joseph Kindlv Mrs. Toilrl Ilr. Leonora Neuffr-rt Mrs. .Iohn Sl'iFiVlt'Ill Miss Eleanor Nippert Mrs. IIt'lL'Il Peters IYz1llavQ Mrs. Leo Lindenljierg Miss Luum Young De-an Jose-phine Simrull Thr- Young IYoIIIeII's Vliristiun Assoviution of the fnivcrsity of Vinciniiuti declzircs its purpose to bet I. To lr-:ul studcnts to fuith in God tlll'Oll,EZll .Ivsus Christi Q. To lr-:Id them into mc-mln-rship and servivv in thc Vhristinn Church. 3. To promote thoir growth in Vhristinn Faith and f'lInI':Ictcr cspecizilly through the study of thi- Bible. -1-. To influvnvc thi-III to dc-vote tll0IllSI'lV6'S iII unitml 0tI'orts with all Vhristinns to making the will of ClIristf0l"feCtivc in humun soc-if-ty, and to extend the Kingdom of God throughout the world. Thr- Culiiiwt of thc- Y. YY. V. A. consists of the 1,l'K'SI4ll'Ill. Yir-0-Presidviit. St'C'I'Q'I1lI'j'. Tr:-usiirer. Re-rortliilg Secretary. and thc- Cl12lfII'Ill0Il of thx- various I-oIIII1Iittm-vs. Tho diversity of lic-lds ovcr whim-h the Y. YY. lf. A. extends I-an tw se-on rcmlily by il gluiir-v :It the IIIIIIII-s of tho ditfervnt I'UlHIIlllt1't'S7NIl'l ropolituu. Plllwlivity. IIISUIISSIUII Groups. Industrial, Sophomorv CIUIIIIHISSIUIL lfinuncc und M4-Iulwrsliip. Soviul Sl'I'Vlf'U. tlUYlfl'I'CIIl'l'. Progrzuu. Sovizil. Y. YY. if A. Frm-slIIII:III Avtiviiir-s. III these l'llil.llI10lS Y. IV. if A. fools it, 2If'CUllII!llSlIE'S :I grc-ut dr-nl. Rclipgious Il1t'l'llIlgS :Irv lu-ld for :I llilll.-l1UllI'1'llCl1 YYvd- nesduy noon. Ilisvussion groups Illt'l'l twice our-h month wliere prolflvms ol' vitul iutvrest ure- rliscusse-d: t,'lll"ISlllI2lS :Ind Eusior purtivs url- givs-II our-li your for il gioup of poor t'llllllI't'll1 soviul Qj2lllll'I'lllg1S ure held us often :Is it sooius udvisulilcz disr-ussion groups und llll'0llUQ.2'!i uw he-ld with Industrial girls: :uid linully tht- Y. YY. if .-X. iiite-n-sts und :lids girls iII going lo voriil-I'1-II:-os hold :It 1llfl'l'I'4'lll limos during tho yi-ur. paI'lim-uluI'ly llu' Loki- IIUIIUYRI flUlll'CI'0IIf'4' ut Lzikv IQPIIUYRI. YYisConsiu. furry Holger Gillespie IIPIIIPIIHIII Eshmzi u Scifricd IIOt'l1ll'llll Filluiorv Ahlhurn Groppmlmziclicr Houck Hurpvr Story -"d., I, .I 1I':' , ,t.A A Y.. AA,'Vn.:.., . f '.' . im! if 288 Fri-1: FY rm. H 5 l 1 --1-.-1 b, ,Ugg Y, g:3.'.TjZi. -"'L,T'. . X I ,git :T . . ,v Q? Q.: All ...Tel l .i, ,.'. ' . X ' viii:-gl 32. U.151-l'fi'i'.f3flS...3'ff.i, l 7' 1 N 'NU X N.2':321.:'- ' 1e?'-'gf5f.T.ifQ:'- -. .ff f W A ' , W, ,e.... ff . -..... . --- -- . . . -.-4-- gi.. I 'S -ti : . . J K sw 57? ia, Y. M. C. A. ,nfl Ji TQ' l I 4 sm Fifi 'fl Y v . il A '43 I EXECITIYE COMMITTEE E FRED HOEHLEH ,...,.. ..,......................... ..... E x ecutivejSecretary 311. RICHARD S. BROWN ...,. ............. P resident K ,Q 'lvl JOHN BACHALIN .....,. .......... X 'ice-President 'dig ' OPIE ELLIOTT ........ ..... S econd Vice-President ,ffl ':', ROBERT W. BISHOP ,.... .... A ssociate Secretar ' , 'il V 2' E T C Q 3 H il , f'1 LLIS . RAWVFORD .... .,......... C ecretary HA lifxi RICHARD CIYXNINGHAM ,......,.., ,,..,.....,......,..............,.... T reasurer 'fri Y Yi. v' A Y.. ' li-W FJ Th' ' ' ' fChr' ' Y 'NI lt' f ll h ' ' l f ' h l' ' d h' h 'd l d 'll A' IS IS an associatlon o Istlan oung - en see 'Ing to o ow t e prmcip es O rig t wing an lg 1 ea s, an to -.l The J lead others to appreciate and exemplify these principles in their lives. It is an organization of, by and for students, with E A Q DJJ the co-operation of older men. ft. in ' - i I 4 , Q "ll FACULTY MEMBERS l-fi l Harris M. Benedict Frank VV. Chandler 'ij 3 Boyd B. Chambers Earl E. Eubank -gf, l fini if-, ' , , . ' all ,X , .V,V . 4. llfgd COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT .pil lfwii Robert B. Burch, Chair. Jesse Clark Louis Nippert ffl 'ii Tell Berna IVilbur H. Fowler WVarner Sayers lf? mfr, Anthony Bullock Carroll H. Lewis Wm. A. Schmid, Jr. .QQ i I.. fl John Christie HJ ',.-r. ' V11 . . , :- i , g LHAIRMAX OF COMMITTEES , 1 5 will Richard Angert Ralph Brown Jack Gayman Albert Mayer ,tif J .f Q- Harris M. Benedict Thomas Clifton Kenneth Gould Louis Nippert : Y, . 'iii William Benedict Lee Davis Richard Jervis James Peel ' '- Simi' VVilmer Highlands William Doran Robert Klein Charles Reesey ,T . We ' Paul Hoon Merritt Farrell Harry Landt Virgil Schwarm fn., James Howles Arthur Fennekohl Wilfred Lessard William Taylor ' -ri .LTV-3 Fred D. Berger Richard Franz b' il Ii '-3 " l ll llfifl ff? 25:11 y pf: We A ' A. , P -ii W I X9- iliil 'rr' 1 TK. 'sf iff 5 . 1 Nil, 1 ..: lgix 5 3.1 f - I J ' l Ai All lg ' il' V ' I I W l-'fr Frril x P V ' I , Q,-QL! .4 f' . , S2-ya: if . ,dl L V51 ki I Nippert Jervis Taylor Crawford Schwarm Franz A 1l Q I Landt Clifton Farrel Highlands Gould Berger Dorn X 1 J Fennekohl Cunningham Bachman Davis Reesey Bennet Bishop ',q' i in Q C ' ' 1' ' I' . +71-g:.:f+jC+vj' f -eg -f '.: H+-.+ riff'--gji i,'2vL -fe l - egg? ' 4- J - Q .- N w A 5 4,1 Y p ,fr I if ' 'I A ,-' " -1 1 .Wh 4!7l12eHPi'2.+-114-f253'1H. .5742 51 12- 1 -.liebe l -Q Women's igilance Committee OFFICERS MARY Rowr: Mooru: ..... .........,,,... ,..,, C ' hairman JEANNETTE N1Qw1i1.fiN Secretary MARY E. BAKE ..,.. Treasurer VOUNCIL OF SIX Mary Bake Clara Kienzle Virginia Henkel Dorothy Martin Dorothy Herrlinger Jeannette Newman "Gloves, licenses, agony Fridays-mere foolishness!" say you. No-and yet again, no. All this so-called foolishness has its purpose, a purpose carefully planned and sought for by VVo1nen's Vigilance. The primary reason for the existence of this orgamizntion. institution, or what not, is to help the Co-frosh over those first "lost-sheep" days. E. Allison E. CilI'dUll0 H. Cliapman Y. Dnrhy M. DeArn1onfl D. DeNick S. Drnvker VIGILANCE VOM M ITTEE R. Flinn D. Goldman E. Houck M. Knorr E. Koppenhoefer M. McDonell S. Panzer E. Pfleger Y. Pressler B. Price M. Richardson C. Taylor G, Thoinzis L. Yulentiner llzxkv Xvwin in Kim-nzle Moore Nlnrtin Ili-nlslv Ili-rrling l'I' s x x.-' fix 55' S. Drum-lu-r Nl. Rivlnmlsoii E. Ileuek C. Taylor li. Pfleger Y. Pressler M. Knorr M. McDonnell ll. Prim- N. lim-Arnioncl IC. Koppenhoefer D. Goldman S. Panzer L. Ynleutincr R. Flinn i 1,2-.7-4 21A 7 ,290 v..qr -vw x l.'1" -rs oman's Student Government ssoeiation OFFICERS MARY LAYNE ...... ...,........ ........... P r esident MARY BAKE .....,.., ,.,.,.,... V ice-President LOUISE VALENTINER .... ........ R ecording Secretary CLARA KIENZLE ...... ..,. C orrespondiug Secretary HELEN STORY ,.... .4....,.,,.... T reasu rer MEMBER IN FACULTY Dean Josephine Siuirall The VVoman's Student Government Association, with its representative council. has taken its place as the coordinating body for all womens activities. One of the most important phases of W. S. G. A. is its work with the Freshman Con- vocation groups, which was very successful this year. The assistance of Miss Simrall, Dean of VVon1en, has been inval- uable in working out our problems. VVith the cooperation of all the women, W. S. G. A. will Continue to give its best to the University, BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mary Bake Dorothy Lewis Evelyn Herhst Dorothy lllartin Clara Kienzle Helen Story Mary Layne Louise Yalentiner Martin Arxnbrust Herbst Ahlburn Groppenbaeher YVise Bucher Bake Story Yalentiner Kienzle Layne Gassnian Lewis Cook vfiwfgrr'-"'w1"f' '-r'r"',,- f i.:gL'f7b.., Q . .si H Y: . . .321 J. P. SmR.xLL, BS. Dean of TYOIHCH Student opinion is becoming articulate in America today as never before, because American students are beginning to think as they have not thought before. They are thinking not merely in terms of football games and campus politics but, also, along more constructive lines, in terms of campus policies, educational methods and programs, social problems and international rela- tionships. Such thought will bring a quickening of intellectual life to our institutions of higher learning throughout the land. It is a matter of no small interest that t.he University of Cincinnati has become this year the center of the student groups of America. This has been brought about by the fact that one of our senior men was chosen president of the National Federation of Students of America. And this position has been further emphasized by the recent election of another of our senior men to the presidency of the lllidwest. Student Conference. The holding of student leadership is a chal- lenge as Well as a great opportunity to our student body as a Whole, and makes the year 1926-Q7 a significant one in the annals of the University. 'Wim 55' 1 5 ' . 1 , is f T K ' ix' Q jf' , f.fr'.i , ' . 1 ,. ' ' Ad ' ip' unlor visers lr 4 OFFICERS DOROTliX' NIAHTIN. . . ...,.,, Chairman CHALMA I"11.LMoRE. . . .... Vice-Chairman ADVISERS Dr. Leonora Neuffer Dean Simrall The Junior Advisers are at group of twelve Junior girls organized under the XVomzm's Student Government Associa- tion for the purpose of giving to all freshmen any help they may need. lvith this idea in mind the organization was given complete charge of group eonvocutions held every Friday. each Junior adviser presiding over zr separate group of Freshmen women. Previous to this year various aspects of University life have been presented by members of the faculty. This year a, new system has hm-en devised. The speakers, instead of being faculty merubers are Senior girls. In this way the groups have het-orne more informal. MEMBERS w Mary T. Bolger Elinor Gehlumlt i Mary Igilulllilll Evelyn Herlmst Katherine Brewer Dorothy Mai rtin Dorothy Davies Ethel Rohling Vhulmzt Fillmore Helen Sc-hinlpf l - Selina Fisher Dorothy Turpin V- T l u f 1 , x P , 1 r . ,. . . . O Q I .- ., , 'IF' xl' Du vies llc wlger Brewer Rohling Hotlist - Turpin Fischer Fillmore SClllI'llPfl. Bolluum f l r e Q - ' I Q "' T'..'i"' .T "" 'Ty "'T v--vii--r-wr-'wrv-' vfv- .e r -' YNJ1',.,.-fx. ', .',"'g'-'-Q 'y "'s 'r-..-" it I KN- , I px Q, If w fi n.. " ' " -' Ar- 4-'51 tfun ',f....i"'s,. -'J' .. 19. iL - '....'.-D'...f' .12 'A 292 4131 Jn. CI 554' xxripxx .1-ig: 9 'X Q, Y, 0 .A A- - 'Y 'Y f A - N ' e .wil ,:T x ,,.T1......-YA' ,K . y, r 5 rv Q' vr tvwy 'rf ' ff f -V . f v- .H .- 2 1 x . .s-S .ffm '1f'1 4- , r ni 4' L ' ,44- M l .E 1 r , 6' 1 I 'v Q i -gn 'Q lie. Sophomore Commissioners - w E 1- 'Yi I 1 'O' H4 Y ' 5 F . 1 OFFICERS 153 , THELLIA ESHMAN. . . ......... Chairman In l LUCILLE KECK ..... ......... Y Vice-Chairman l PX' MADGE lvl,-XNSELL .,.. .... S ecretary-Treasurer y ' 1 1 1 kv at j 4 if l 1 V N spill Sophomore C crrmissicn is ccmpcsed of a group of second-year girls who aid the Junior Advisers in the freshwomen If' l convocations groups. It is the duty of each Sophomore Commissioner to establish connections with each member of her group, to have personal conferences with each girl and to help her to find her place on the Campus and in campus activi- Mfg, W tiesg to advise her in matters of campus ethics, campus etiquette, and campus responsibilities and also to check up on her 5 academic work. In Z1 word. the Sophomore Commissioner is to stand in the relationship of a Big Sister to each girl in her E , l . v. .fx group fit 7,553 may 1 I I gg P. ui,-5 ' MEMBERS T rs 'r' H. Chapman H. Heintz J' . 1 "f P? J. DeSerisy L. Keck fs kt i S. Drucker M. Mansell l-Q' T. Eshman V. Pressler , W rv - i ' H. Harkness M. Richardson 3 " It I r A, FA J. Todd i ,fl-v Jw My 24 Ulf' :l lxlihq -KAN UO.. ' 1 5 .Q grill. +4 if In I Q l. lp: pftrl " I t'L"'l ill' all lf fy V , , vi I ,S I :Ar .51 his ri' V ,gil V r ,N-, E fy : Niall Y i pf h Y -5 9. f ly. Q ' ' 4 sf X ,I . , 1 s ffil EJ Q 39 ' - 1 .LJ to-' .' 'i Q 1 sa, no r' ' V 'Y Ps Q I pk l ,-.. ..., I . i AQ .V f , ' J J l Heintz J. DeSerisy H. Harkness J V. Pressler I 'Qt r x W M. Mansell L. Keck T. Eshman ' S. ' rucker ' ' ' ,. -'Q'-fri i S , , l ,"" F YV- F Vain' UWA Y YV - ' L rye, 1fq,.'::54f?fm2f'.,p3igi4,f,' E i gg-?f""" L sq 'ffifi "1 -Wigs. Q, Q ,qi 1235. ... A1..fQQ'g,eb1"4'- 441.-.A-geek ,fic ' s - :gre fff 'ff-1"-.lf me 293 ormitory Council OFFICERS W. E. Hixxn, . . ...,........ . , . l'refi4,lent LEE lllwls ,......, . . . .Vic-f-'l'reQiflerit M. J. C0L,x4'I'Rr'l0. . . . ,Sevrc-tury-'l'rez1s11r+-r FAf'I'l,TY COMNIITTEE Dean f'll::nfller Dean Svlineiclei' Daniel l,a11re11r-i- Mudelecl after the Stllflent Cnuncil. the Dormitory Cuunvil ix tlu- ,governing lmcly uf the rm--irlr-nts of the Dorniitor5 Aside from fornniluting :incl enforf-ing all rules governing IJHl'IllllHl'j' men, the cl1lllI1f'll supervises :ull sm-inl and athletic events. The r-zlrilinnl purpuse for wliiuh tha- l7ur1nitoi'y exists, llUXYCVl'I', is tu ni llie the- Durniitury il luv-ttf-r liurne IN. Arnold H. Baldwin ll. Benigstuii H. B4-st G. Bim-lil G. Burke I.. Caunplwll Nl. Vulaic-1ii'4-in I". Darling L. Davis G. DQ'lllIbI'6bl A. EIIIIHHIIS J. Flriniu-ry I.. Games YY. Hzinml C. Hari l-I. II2lllL'li Ml'lNIl3ER5 if lleini R. Jerikuwic C. Keller M. Leavitt R. Nlcllurtry K. Pluillipx J. lima l'. Houlsihky J Sclmrl' A. Svlilzmilt Y Spenser F. Slt'Yt'IlS J. Stiulsblmiirg C Warner F. Nlfirner NY. Zinvk fur its men Cl' St ra sbourger Hzirgrave Flannery Demorest Campbell Leavitt Rosa Burke Hauek J erikowic Meyers Sc-lilandt Biehl Emmons Hart Colacurcio Davis Routzitzky Blair Bemgstou 294 61""i rn 'Q .. 2 - , . V1 ' J : , e is . A Y v 1 I 1., -- A . I A f Cu- Club OFFICERS ETHEL AYISE ...... ,...... P resident GEDGE HARMON ..,, . ..,... Vice-President OLGA KNOttKE .... ..,. S eereta.ry-Treasruer The Co-Ep Vluh is an organization whose members are women students in the Applied Arts and Engineering Vulleges. Through the meetings of its auxiliary clubs, the Chem-Coninieree Club for Engineering girls and the Applied Fine Arts Club for Applied Arts students, il greater sun-ial intimacy and a closer student relationship are created. The joint sueiul meetings are held in the fall and spring, the latter a banquet given for the grud- uating mernliiers of the organization. 5 4 A '54 ,. . , t " Cushman White Bratlish Feelnster Winston Tulhs Defiuyter Betz , A-2 Bolger Schumacher Spencer Vehrkamp VVyckoff Shayesou Otto lg Alexander Glascock Wise Knocke Reefe Fortlage Betz I -J 1 R ' i in . , I f Q 4 . 7, ' 1 t . e., if rw-if S f 3?,'5.'1' 1,- Pifv-'::'+' ' ' . 'xx' 1 , n. 295 .sy-If F"1 ,Q VA, ' lr"v ' 'i vi? 5' If Q. r P s g. A In? A. 3 ., i V3.4 FMLA! 41 ,WWI ,414 . A. F,-. , A Q f .' 4 .fx ffl: r . ' I M Jr 25:1 ini' REQ .XMI P41' T1 .-,. .' I, Ny. .F it Af Iii My .y 1--t, Vg: ill +2 Y If '. l 1 f'.'- dur? FI v-. Y R-1' all ,. ,.. mf' 5,1 A, "4 .1 ..1 HAY' A L -..Lg-, gs . , vf -, X - V- 5:2.r'x.'.. lvv ' - . V--1, ,fae- .QU ffcffv.-' " ' 1 . ri IN N i I XX '-Uf"f'7',Q1-71 mr' f-.11 . -. , . . -- - - .. ,Q t Cl t O h t " Y ll CH TC CS T3 in S .lf n , 44 OFFICERS ', 2' I HARRY APTER. . . .,.,,..... . . .President l -kj JAMES Wmnxnn . . ..., Manager ',.,' RALPH VAN XYYIQ, . . , . , Faculty Advisor r jf V i i.-7? Tlie Student Orchestra has completed its second successful year as a recugnized student activity. Its membership tgp has increased: its repertoire extemled: and the quality and finesse of its music augmented. LQ! The Orchestral has participated in two convocations and several radio programs. The extent nf tlie organizations possibilities is limited by Iiuflgetary allowances alone. It may be also added that the permanency and stability uf its organization have been greatly aids-rl by Professor Ralph A. Van lYye of the Engineering Faculty. "EJ 1 Finally. jllflQ'lIlgI fmiii the past two years. a bright and liappy future is lnukerl furward to. , u l FI, i L U INSTRL7MEN'I'.-XTION Lf' . ,,. Vmux FLUTE . , I L- T- AISUUP Otto Gutensen 'iff Harry Apter X f' ' Patricia Clarck CLARINETS lv 'lf' Ted Gunner Merril Prickctt 'rlf M.1t,Mi11w Austin Iitmck 2 Ji J , .. . 9' A liluruiukllose OHM: 1 e't0'tU'l "ful hw L. J. Irwin 'X Ilomtliy E-tune .54 Jaunes lYcrner Tnurlfrzrs f bw films. Falk 'F' X 'ULN Vlemmer Elite-liell fl is .She Gelperiu PIANO 'z 'til brace bartheman l . A ' ki Blllftllllj Bllllll K ,J 'i UILLO 'TYMPANI F It Carol Roberts lxmil Mmm- P A lhss Ilxmf 'ai Virginia List t'urnelia Leary H: V15 -.12 l x , ' , il fx 1 is br:- Pf . di P "g -, . ,C ., "v l i -A ll' t"'1 -PT! Y 'Z' M ,. . .al r gi , .. .ffl R' 'l ffl .' 4 v 1, qv' 1 '7 "1'1yk'."'y "Tv "9-':x" 7-. g.. JP. rfw, A rp fu? ,iilg ,eil , - I . ms: K XF- I-lINl.xi,-'I I1' xx . ' ' ,.. .LZ .'4k.'.-ns. '..x. ..- ' .'A .4.Lf.44'..',4s.. 1- L 1 296 ff-'fi fs. A :K , i W X 'U ' i ' Wi, ' 'MMM 5 .4 - f Y--W --- -- v -1- , , . .1 Q: -fini' jvfw fjfrvf 'if ' .' -H-2j?'43?-gb'i'15'1'9'.g:5.IpYg,j-A911f C I iris x xi 1.xxLQ4sjy.l,y35t13l,Qf4'i, its .. I ' I I I r Y Q 5 , H1VSI'S1l2 an T ' - Yi A OFFICERS tb, if 1 G. H. BEST ..,....... . , . . ....... ..,.... P resident 7' C. W. PENNINGTON ...,.. ..... Y 'ice-President H' i fl F. R. TODD .......... ........ S ecretary Q W. J. GRABO ,,.... . ..,. ...... T reasurer pi NL-RRY Rows MooRE ..... ........ S ponsor X ' 'rf I SGT. VICTOR NORLING .,.,. ....,..... D irector , ' R. A. ANDEREGG ........ .... ....... ..... F a c ulty Advisor Q . ii This year's Band is by far the finest organization ever put on the 'field to represent the University. Since its organiza- 4. tion in 1920, its improvement has been most rapid, until at the present time it is considered one of the best and most strik- yd X ingly uniformed bands in the country. It is much in evidence at all football and basketball games, serving as a connecting link between the teams and their followers. adding pep and enjoyment. and always urging the team on to victory. il-'. fa i MEMBERS sa . 'I . . - I -4. L. T. Alstrup O. T. Egolf ll. L. Jones M. B. Prlckett IG ,F R. W. Barrows F. L. Floyd L. F. King F. Reese 4' . J. L. Biehn C. H. Folk C. H. Leeds C. H. Richardson . 'Y 1 C. F. Bonbright R. Gephart R. C. Leffel P. H. Riddinger P 4, K ' - A. IVI. Booth C. K. Gieringer J. Lienhard E. E. Rinck , I qi E. VV. Brilmayer O. Gutenson R. Lobough C. S. Sattler P L R. S. Carskaden R. T. Haas D. H. Nlarkwood H. A. Strippey F' f' M. C. Condrey D. Hamilton DI. Mitchell C. 0. Taylor 'fl fa , C. D. Coy J. YY. Hargrave G. A. Mueller K R. E. lVatkins fy F. WV. Crebs H. C. Hull F. R. Nagely C. M. VVeber gil V14 ' G. C. Duncan E. G. Jenson K. L. Phillips B. C. Wiley I 51 71 f G .fx 'ii , "1 Yap 1, Y tin- ffl i y ' J Q51 I ' uqi 5 1 its E by pa ' i 44.3 rw y rf l 3 a.: vt. pkg l Hi 'ff , N "f li bg ' T I t 4 l-fi n ri iw if 4 J, 5. K 4 is 1+ 1, ,T --+5 , i WA .dm i li P I QL f --TM-,,..-.,,v,j. Q ii-- ' 4i 1 , 'nv 1 wewfr.,-w W A rv' . - J eff T K'T"'7"i A A f f"vqf-,..- T nafh. mvsse?...1-24?IEsIng3s , 5 ,Q55.,..MA,g.3a 297 en'5 Glee Club OFFICERS PAUL ASHIQAVGH , , , .........,., .,,....., I 'resident FRANK SHELTON, . , . .Buxinews Manager HERM.'XN Nnwzxux. . . ,.,....., Secretary IPAVID lxl.-XITLANIJ. . . . . . , . . . . . , . Librarian The Vlull. organized in 1512 P. Iris ll'l',l Fl very favorable ll.iVCl7Qll12l'1lI un'l:r the truining uf emmpetent flireetors It is ac-tive both in and zirounrl fllllf'lI1I1fi.lLl, and eweh year its engagements are inercasing. This year the f'luh entered the Ohio State Glue Club C mn'-il an l sung in the in future louks very prun1i+ing to the ffluh. N. Auburn L. Atkins M. Ames A. Aylm' J. lirown V. Currzm H. Doersaun YY. Gazley .l, Guyxnun P. Axlihuugli l.. Aistrup E. liush H. BIIFIIIIIH C. Butler H. lgZ1C'llll'l' G. llurniun W. Bouser C D t K lt K A C. Hendricks Hover MEMBERS First Tenor H, Lepwky E. Mullen Second Tenor Hllkklil ffl Ha rt mam Harkness Niehaus Nunnemaker 0. Engelke J. NX R R V Ervin '. Fife Fox Grelnier I lend rim-ks: in l'. Ileckle L- Glusgr nv Firbt Buss Sevond Hausa -X. 0'Donnel .. Pittman D. Rivers F. Reese 1, . Sterret i R. Hilsinger li. Kimble V. Kieker U. Lerleen H. Mc-Nutt ll. Newrnzm tl. Rum J. Oswald tern nllegiaite n1:et at Culllmlms. The R. Phinny R, Reimer R. Sc-hwurz S. 'Travers H. Taylor J. Wide-rschein C. Winter F. Shelton K. Smith A. Swensun fl. Swiglurt J. Tm' A. wk-igm F. Yvilliauns v. Burke A l'll'lll1l'l'S J. R1-inlinrt J. Winter IS. Dallgliters ll. Kleine ll. Sf-Iileehter W. Warner B. IJUIIUVIIII D Bluitluiul lt. Yun Yyven Heekle Burke Erwin Helmers Sterrett Rhine Hammond ltiemer Ames Lembaek Rivers Curran 'Taylor Klein Daughters Hartman Engelke ltonser Swigatrt Warmer Mullen Hover Doersam Swenson Unkrich Fife Brown Howard Kimble Hendricks Lepsky Rom Shelton Travers Auburn Maitland Ashbnugh Fox Newman Williams Atkins Pinney 4 . ' 998 J-' A nt' .af U 'E ' wt, F , is .ff u .i K' ' 31 ' b 1 . .- ' ',x - -f.. - Girls' G ee Club y 9 -3. h 'o VI' 5' -1 is L 1 'I , 4 ' 'l Q71 .- AJ I OFFICERS VIRGINIA AHLBURN ..., ..,...,... P resident EVELYN HERBST. . Business Manager ELIZABETH RIDGE, . . ..,.,.,... Secretary SARA DRCCKER. . .,... Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Helen Stanley Dr. Philip Odgen Burnet Tuthill The purpose of the Girls' Glee Club. which is to stimulate interest in choral work. has been aglmirably carri 1 out under the direction of Blr. Burnet C. Tuthill of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. This year the club has contributed music to many school functions, besides giving a home concert and competing with the choral organizations of the O no colleges MEMBERS Y. Alilburn N. Earhart M. Lammers D. Stone E. Aneshansel M. Elliiot V. List F. Sudhoff I. Arend D. Gerdson V. McCue C. Tackenber A. Beirne D. Granger S. Panzer C. Taylor L. Beckenstein D. Gray I.. Rau BI. Ustick J. Bever H. Gregory H. Rewwer A. Ivharton L. Brockrnan J. Harte E. Ridge I.. White A. Bryson E. Herbst L. Schoepflin N. Winter H. Chapman E. Herrlinger M. Feifried H. Yeager BI. Davies E. Hess BI. Shotwell V. Young H. Dornette H. Hueneke H. Slutes I. Zutz S. Drucker 1 1+ F F ,N V Lammers Brockman Rau Stone Wharton Panzer Rewwer Seifried Hess Davies Yeager Shotwell Beckenstein Dornette Chapman Herrlinger Zutz Gregory . Taylor Ridge Hex-bst Drucker Ahlburn Aneshansel Winter Ustick Beirne '7'gg-1 "' F " .ight - if I ' .,,, . A ,I . by-J' 299 g"7'l'Y"'N n 1 r L fi 72 f- "TJ, . -'v ,W - '-wvFfv?- , - . f l - --el ,--ff -1 r- 1'-.4 vi-'fi'--:f:5-1 f an s' . 'f 'V 'Rn -'? is 'ff' t- ' :AQ2S4'+..--5" F :fl 55 '5 X Ulf Nf.IN11P55-41f3'f911Q'5'.-lli? lisa Melody Club , i if , ,Bl OFFICERS la . '11 . 5 : at OLIVE SHALE ......... ....,.,..., P resident WL 43' y' ERDINE MORTON. ....... ........ X 'ice-President 5 ll" JEANELLA BAUGHMAN .,... ...,. S ecretary-Treasurer ' Q l li.-f 4 QF ' i ' s -1. ' Ui 4 rio 'ffl' 4 gpg! FACULTY MEMBER Ruth Bridge 6 In 1 ' 1' xy l p 33 The object of the Melody Club is to furnish recreation through group singing once weekly. The club has met with F514 notable success since its founding in 1992-L and has filled a need in the School of Nursing and Health. I Mrs. M. Hartzell, who is directing the musical work for the first time this year, brings to the club a large experience 1 S inclub direction. 3 P Q The annual concert given in the spring is the result of the cluh's year's work. T v Fa fa fp MEMBERS , rf . JP gl H. Allen A. Dillnian H. Kilgore F. Beehl 'xi O. Aslakson H. Doerr M. Lindsay N. Renck l E. Brannon D. F etters A H. McCoy L. Rodgers Y ,J1 ,LAJI E. Campbell H. Greenfield M. Muscroft B. Routledge "SJ ppp- D. Counterman C. Haddox E. Murch I. Savage fini ji H. Cowdry M. Haymaicer A. Phair S. Trent W CLA its T. Dalton O. Harner M. Phelps C. Thornherg i ' Im! V. Davis C. Hunter E. Purnell BI. YYhitson 7 Q! ll. 'V ' mil Ffa ly ..' V iv i ' , VL 4 'lil Hill figs' 'yy gg.-1 . 3.4 TW 1,04 2:11 I 5? il V rlk-1 ' ,ffl 1 ,JF ni l ' 'H P+ 9 f i n ' 1 ,- ' Tgffi lf? ,.,i , Y . lb! ' -iw I i x' A' I "Q F , 1 S 1 g, Aw Q Campbell Renck Counterulan Routledge Shale Purnell Kilgour ri Lindsay Hamer Fe tters Davis Kidder Allen Ba ughxnan Cowdry i f s g - v ll' ' ' ' - .Y ---- -..-.Y-1--A Aww- - 45 ' ' ' 711' rfw j-v rwv- -1'xj'-'-F N rf arf vr' Tut- fF1fE,-Z1 FT- iT tiny., q - iiqgl, a 1, 4 1 ,ggyljfbqiggfbda alum, , 'iQ'5,Q!15g.,..:g1,j-'o,!'e- k2w'JlCy" ggmg 300 f'T'1i"'- I"L""T 4 4, if -'QF-,,,.tjr,s,,'.w:.,,,,V',. 4 :,,.,,'nr.,?T ,V -.1.+.- 4' " 1'iL1' 1L. , 1, ,A , l V! ,.Q,j .,','i?y,LLg, V' 'fl3:if3f24i.,lifF22fii?4?ZsQ1EJ?1 fir l tt l E Ts. 'Li7?41fif15i.'ie -i e X J' it - Pg? " uv Q gigs V arsit rt Club ,Y gf I 11. I x .4 9 A I fa OFFICERS fr" Q Q L . ' w C KADIE OSHINSKY .... .,.......... ......... P r esxdent t 1 '. BETTY BEAM-A-N, 44--- .....,.... Y lice-President l fl ' Rfk! MELINA FRIEDMAX .... ......... R ecording Secretary lf, 1 .tgfl BERNICE SWARTZ ---- ..... C orresponhding Secretary 5-,JE AM? FRED Koen ....... .,,.......... ............... T r easurer V '1 I' X' FY:- gtgfi ,vip , f iii. FACULTY MEMBER l-L, Q , f'l , 3.4 i Professor D. Cook P 4 . ' Q 1 - if The purpose of the Varsity Art Club is to promote a keener appreciation of art along all lines among students of all L 1 L' the colleges. They are brought in contact with the various phases of art by talks given by prominent artists of the city at 5 supper meetings. Informal discussions of the various art exhibits held in the city take place, as also art competitions among Iii!-. HQJQ the members. Annual events. a gift shoppe held before the holidays and a costume dance given in February were again , X ,Q ,' carried out successfully. Another annual event. a spring exhibition. will be held in early part of May, thus giving students ill l 4 1 4 a chance to exhibit their work. A new feature this year will be sketching hikes in the spring, which we hope will benefit L 5,4 l 4 the members and contribute towards making this the most successful and profitable one the club has had. ,KJ ' 4 1 -lift i F71 MEMBERS H-'R .3 4 3 I -4 V Janet Barrere Frieda Glaser Ruth Parks i' 5 WVilliam Birtsch lv-195511 G01'ab Helen Rewwer ,bf I 2 if Lueua Barnes Dorothy Granger Cecil Riser M -.3 ,P X53 Mary T. Bolger Elbert Greenberg Annabel Rosenthal , .. ,X y :Z Helen Chapman Me1'CeCleS Gllllfel' Idabell Rosenbaum P 'N ki 341 Elizabeth Cuzzort J0SePh1He H2-Pte Helen Slutes gf. :ph gl Mary Drucker Rllih HaI'fUI1g Hazel Swartz 'N' M621 Sara Drucker Millnie Hiliellfeld Bernice Swartz i::",. ' Elsa Dietz Fred Kock Carolyn Taylor lg, 1 Q5 Iieter .Engel Horfense Kaufman Ethel Todd ig, 'Q ' Natalie Feld Chaflefte Llghtfield Catherine VVentworth K' 4' , .0 , s . . P, H ,rim Julia Floto 'Sadie Loshlnskb' Roslyn YVolf gl. 1 I 1 Sylvia Panzer 'V r ' f w' Y V' A . I X ' 55 ffl 'll I Tv? l 3 Ill' ll in vial R". " 1 r U , 5 '--- -i 1 fl 1 , .1 53 1 pai ' 9 i nf . 1 hs ,S lib ' I' .I ll 3+ M bib P3 ,, , -5 if , Q Qt, I ' ,l it H. 2,1 PA Drucker Wolf Slutes Floto Wentworth Boutelle Glaser Lightfield Riser V",-1 3 ka Kaufman Hirschfeld Hartung Rewwer Loshinsky Swartz H. Swartz Todd Feldman Qdl l V- W1 .-t' l " 2' u . X - i -MPH 7 Wi 4 i , ,. AM'-U-M,-m sWi?i i gfAfYA.i--1 - J ' fl'Jfk4-!"7' ,-+111--5 V, - '1'1:Y'f " Y: -'wr A'r--- Y ,S fa. .51 .L:'sgg?1.,5as,.zQ'A 0,5 fn... 301 1 CATHERINI-1 BFCKLEY. RN., B.S. Director of the School of Nursing and Health The School of Nursing and Health stands for education as the most effective means for securing better nursing for the individual and the community. and a higher status for the nursing profession. It stands for the broader conception of nursing-a profession which requires. not only a great degree of practical skill, but intelligence and social vision. and which i11 its teaching includes not only the care of the sick hut the prevention of disease and the promotion of positive health- VVith the increasing demand in all branches of nursing for the better educated and more liberally minded woman, unlimited opportunities for service and leader- ship are open to you in a field which offers a latitude and range of work unexcelled ffwf by any other profession. 4, 26 nt. 49" - J -I :'v .J ll-1 t. .nl ,Q tj. ,4 ' -4 rv ., r-,' 1 r . ' 1 v 'i 'nxt fym LJ , ren 1 i.. . I ffl, . ... L . Pj l 1 ,N-'4 , ,y . J, .w ,'1 gf . -'c 111 4'-V lg" r. li-I K L R . Pvt '4 r"' lj., ' ll .J xi' 5--. 1,21 lirlu y . fW 'val 9 . I . . -. V, I ,.'- ff I iQv L sal , 1 .f 1 I Q I 0 . 'V V1 . fry' u -' v '-- p vr w ., , ,, X 1 v T- f"-.'!T.J? ' " IN N '- X 1 1 X-.,?1',1f , -5 V. 'ff fl' 4. X uf ff vu ebate Council "il I , 5 OFFICERS LAWRENCE LEVI. . . . ............ . . .President HENRY TAVEL .... ,,,, B Ianager il 1 B. C. VAN WYE .... ......... T reasurer 3' I CARL RICH ,.... ........ . Xlumnal Member bij SELMA CHALIFI' ..,, . . .IVumen's Representative " Y' s '- NESHA ISAACS ,... ......,. X Vumen's Coach 1 , LEON MUCARTHY ..,. . . .Me-n's Coach I if i .4 1 lf, 1 Y . RIEMBERS IN FACULTY , sn Miss Neslia Isaacs Dr. Guy Tawney Leon Mfcmhy Prof. B. ciqwn wye E ',-I r-RJ' l- 'I V5 . u fi! The Delmtc Council is the flQOVK'l'l1lI1,Qf body wliivli nianagcs anal Controls all debating activities nn the cmnpus. It ,gl consists of a studont Prcsidcnt and Manager and Il faculty Secretary and Treasurer. Both wuuienis and nien's debates K 1 have been handled by one unih-Ll c-uunc-il. but the was-liing has In-on svpalmto. Miss Ncslia Isaacs training tho winnen P" rl debatcrs and L4-on Mc-Vurtliy talking clmrge of the mon. 'fi .. r-KJ The outstanding nlclzatc- of thc ya-ur was the Illl0l'I1illiUl'lIll rlcliato with tlic- ti-:nn from tho I'nix'0rsity of Sydney. ilk' AllSl.I'Illlil. Olllk'f clcliatvs uf thi- your iiivliiflml tho annual Oliio-Minnii 'TI'lRlIlglL'. thi- Yilllt'lQ'I'l1llt-II. C. dual flvlraltc. the gi XYCSIPYII Rvscrvc. Gcorgfc Yxlisliiiigtun I'iiiVorsity. PIllSl!lll'lLfll. :ind lk-iiisnii ilclmtvs. Tlic rvsults uf tlic your wcro grati- , :W lying in ilizit il. I1Hl.jUl'ilj' of x'idui'ic's wcrv l'Qlll!'l1Uil :mil mm-li is Cxpm-itml in U10 Ctjllllllif yvars ulnlm-1' the lvudersliip of tlio fgl two ni-w c-nan-lu-N. ll' W ,I A I ll V I X f r- . - V31 F ,J vi! P D it Q r- ?:f I I" .1 1 ' v'J r ,. rw! Levi 'Dwi-l Isaacs Rich llllzllifl' BICCRITIIQ' L - a V' , .171 .gg 1 ', fi .. - M V, ' . lx 4 'bv 'I' " '.".'1'.' ' 'T' l1""""T""y' 'vfr vv-' sv ' ,A A V " x' - f'i 4 W x 'ul ,A ,, . ' X 5 H' 'X . . KJ' -- -- fl ' "N 7-".-'7'k-2 5Lff..."' 'U gd 1Lil'...' If 5..Sff.-:4"..'1' 7 .. ,-., ,X -,,,,: 302 9-uv c ,4 i , l r l 4 J in '4 H 'r .xl ,,' . 'lf T' Q 5 ,a - i v,L,KQb4J,'4t1i 1. I la .. mg- E-D Literary Society OFFICERS ZELDA ARMBURST. . . ..,....,..,. ...... P resident ALICE RUSSEL ........ .... V ice-President JEANETTE Nmwvux ..... .,... S ecretary CLARA KIENZLE ,,... .... T reasurnr L iterature Virginia Ahlburn Zelda Armbrust Dorothy Burr Dorothy Cooper Irina Denman I ntellegenzia T ea MEMBERS Ethel Groppenlxacller Evelyn Herbst Clara Kienzle Mary Rowe Moore Jeanette Newman Margaret Richey Alice Russel Virginia Speiclel Folic-in Spillnrd Speidel Herbst Denman Ahlburn Spillard Richey Cooper Kienzle Armbrust Newman Russel Groppenbacher 303 WY "ii"'.x 5 . . ' In P V . ,.. ,, .1 L In vflf L, I 1 ' ' N ' v V4-wwf, wr sv .V 1- f. Q flNNX"'xN :fifi"l"f"""'i's'r3 J. A.- ' 4.4. Q . . ,.-v ----if .',' 1.1 1 J i ' xv X I R, h N W l b V37 if .1 S G H1311 ll mi , 1 "A lf: 1 'x,l L 0 ' N 3 lv ', If ' f W ll ' FEDERATION OF COLLEGE CATHOLIC CLUBS '54 , I VAN.. ' I lf! 'L' OFFICERS 551 Ds' -A EUGENE Drrrr .... ...,.. P resident Q I g ini 7 BETTY WVELLEN ....... , . ,Vice-President 1 url lf' ESTELLE JOHANNIGMAN. . . ..... Secretary r '14 .- Af n Ny. JAMES CAMPBELL ,.... ...,.. , . .Treasurer ' v-' an 1 , . 'gi ETHEL Dvnmx ..,. . , ,Recording Secretary ff. :Ili .i I 'T -X lib J -7 The Newman Club is a xi ell re resentative bod ' of all the Catholic students who are enrolled in l 'Q' tu ? W P 3 . AA If J the various colleges at the Lniversity. The club meets regularly once a month. at which time a prom- 'ral il ' ' l inent Catholic layman addresses the club on some phase of religious or current event. , K 'Q ly 1 , j 1 1' ml'-gl The object of the cluls is to provide forthe spiritual. intellectual and social welfare of its niemhers. "qv BW c and to stron 'then desirable friendshi 5 and elevatiuf' ac uaintances. ' Yi' i , s D s Q 5, J lit . . . . . . . , . Yi ' , The club is rapidly growing and becoming more active on the campus and lt is hoped tnat its 'LH-' l' lt service to the University and its me-mhers will increase as it grows. pf? a ! gr-fl' .fy 'ls ' L.l P' l ,' :T if fr ff . .1 . N' u-'Q w Y - , C., lrli' . .fn ilu i' ' I ,1 ltff A,4i Q 3 ' .Y q 14 K 4 rhl A T N iixfi :'if i V A-4 bb v WJ, V inn. lslh ll N 13 ,,4 F ' 7, JZ' .. Q Q -, A ll 'li ls- ' H+ ' a 1 X! vi llla I",-Q1 V.:'i x A ,Lili ? rr' ,, W, J , H. , V31 sch V ri - , J . . . . . ' ' ' , ' 'f X ' - I ' 1 1 p -7--v -1. - fy s ' 1' .1 'Q' 'I' vw V A M ' Str- Q, ',, "N4'1."Q ' PW 15 -,""',' -. 1 wifi " F-,' "r' 5 J' 1 1 Alfls 13.11 1. 1 - 'U 4 .Q A-. .- A--he .Q 9.5 fj'..' .ft-invite. C, Qgi. .?s:..ejQ,,..S'1dc15, 304 .l-, ............, -, it Q -s , 1 - g 1 j .'f'12" xv .ef r 1 .feffff asv' ' -7F.'li:l:r '- .:f.'CJ.a A' 'gftgfgf 44 A gill xi N' l' A ii' . '.'ZQi'E.3.:-'I ' lil ? jf I i - f5..,,' ' ': Rf. fe utrition Club 5 1' A l Vg '. . i lil' , . lift: . . . - l f twlw OPPIC ERE , - H Y r"': if 1 , 1 T. 'P-H, LEM-I KASI-'rn .... . . .President ' in FRIED,-s RIEIER .... . . .Secretary ,, ,. Y I K v . MEMBERS IN FACLLTY Q, ' Ada Ania 1-:limit-tit Dyei- ' Rosainond Vook Eleanor Mat-lay 1 t ' Elda Robb Y, The purpose of the Nutrition Vlulm of the School of Household Administration is to promote interest and participa- Q' tion in nutritional work. and to establish :L eloser relation with those interested in this Held. The program eonduetecl hy l the Club during the past year has been a suer-essful and an extensive one. .Xniong the aetivities were: a health elinie C011- I A . v Q . . . . , A , 1 - D dueted during Health W eek to lnterest students U11 the Campus in improving their lood habits: a 4. hristlnas party given at l the Gould lYill Settlement House for a group of mothers and their ehildren: Cooperation with the Mothers' Pension Bureau . in making a survey of financial. nutritional and health conditions in order to set up standards for families who reeeive eoni- v . .,.. . . . . , . . . V lf 3 I DEIISRITIOIII taking c-harge ol the lilllltltlll hoards 111 the xxUlllilI1 s Building. 'lo add to the hnancmal resourees ot the elulr, Ml- i' slippers are served to various organizations on the L'ZllllpllS. ll Regular meetings have heen held to promote fellowship in this group. The Club recently voted to join the State and I i . National Home l'lClJl1011llCS Association. 'il MEMBERS ' Ida Deehow Dorothy Gillette Margaret Shotwell Viola Dec-kert Goldie Harker Elizabeth Seholniek Thelma Eshman Edith H1-rrlinger Alice Sehueck Chahna Fillmore Hilda Hueneke Ruth Senteff , - Corrinne Fuller Ruth Kahn Louise Thoinan f . ' Hazel Gabhard Leah Kasfir Vera llae Tyner Gertrude Geldrieh Frieda Meier Mary Yalerio U' Dorothy Gerdson Ruth Miller Geneva Zorn N'-'X ,I i Margaret Pressler lf' W .. 'Ji iilf' rdf' 1 1 it W if 4 . if ,. .4 1 tw 3 A ' T ll 3:4 -A f' fl- 4 r' t, as llilivyl Ji" ff? . . -. llglfl W' 4' 'Tiff r rm' i t- T' r -,if WF A . Y - 'J E. Townley R. Miller t'. Fillmore Y . Tyner D. Gerdson M. bhotwell li I4 ritz: H. Gabbard F. Meier M. Valerio R. Sentelf G. Geldreieh I. Dec-how re' 1 is 7w-7" " ai- -1 nv A M-.- . ,iw W, V -at 'A k- Qing- ij, ,,s.,F,g-. ,W .. .. . ' 5 W y I' 2 - ,IR-9 ' ' ' E.. N f- - N ' ,531 . 1 h tg . .W ' no-.fl 4' -'rf lqvr- ,A A' .- .. Aft .,i Ji 305 H.,- gfp, .. . 4 Y, . rl' v' 7'.,,"' V l , L l '- lx X- Y BQ .V fc-1, 1 f 5 1 I . V-s , , ag.. V Co p Club ' , if OFFICERS EUGENE Dl'IfI"1'. . . ,... . .President VVILLIAM ARNOLD. . . ..... Vice-President Fonnssr NAGLEY. . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer ' 4 ui ' The Cn-Op Club was founded, soon after the Cu-operative Engineering Courses were started. to promote unity and good fellowship among all the Engineers and to provide an organization for the . , l handling of Co-up affairs. Membership is open to all men engineering students. 1 U A A room was set aside in the Engineering Building for the use of the eluh. hoth for meetings and , ' as a humming l'U0lll. It has and is serving the eluh well, but due to the large membership, the meet- - ' ings must now he held in a larger room. Ii The meetings eonsist of talks given hy men of loeal prominence and of entertainment hy members ', 'I 'UH of the student body. The entertainment is of a musieal. palatahle and smokalwle nature. I . I This year the eustum was inaugurated of holding a joint meeting with the Cu-up Alumni Assueiation. ' 6 . ' . ' ,1 L ,W The Annual Fu-up llanee and Vo-op Stag are given under the auspiees of the eluh and are ainong i ,l " ,fl the most enjoyable and sueeessful affairs of the Cullege year. E- . . A , E X r' , lx' h F V' 1 , -Q r . A I ' 1' H, 1 X . M 4 .r ,J 4--1 ' :C- in -, ri 'ra V v . V . 9 ...X w . 1 1 - SECTIG I ' - ' r n V V . ,n . i I 1 7 -+5 .X X ,Q 5 1 N , 41 . r, . IL I r ' ' P, ' ' u z"' 4-1 M.. l fi --.. A I r- A bl-IL"1'IOX ll b . ul ' V. I .1 f . t s I ff 5 4 -..,- ' 1, . . . "' N 'A ..1" 'WT' -:v'1.,r'-'.f'rr-wr-7-r-1j1-v-:'-v-- -v - shi. -'uf . cvs-.QT':'g7.f-4 . 'pp tubs.,--I-1fy'.''-.mtl .' '. ,1 7, ,1 wa, ...U ,,'x I ,qt .. X. 141 A. 1 - 1 ',A.v.a- ..s.'.f. . -A .4,pV....'.'..-... I 4. 1 t l R',,.'- 306 . . .- .":.:"' "ar:-V "1 - ,, . , ' "' ss' "' " Q ' t ' ,N A 'Tffp b. '1ii: 0 "S 'T tilt. is l T ".sb4..i," in 'fi 1' I M " , ' i ki " . , , lfgfli DFI' ICERS ii f fy 'fd H. VAN HOPKINS ..... ...... P resident EVAN TY. CHATFIELD. . . . . .Vice-President ALVIN R. BOTTLER. . , . ,.... Secretary llfiill CHESTER K. STERRETT. . . . . . .Treasurer 3 J' lj ' 1:-W The Commerce Club is an organization of all the members of the cliflerent classes enrolled in Com- 1 L1 mercial Engineering. W " i 5 1 The purpose of the club is to promote a spirit of co-operation and good fellowship among the . I , . . . . 1 . - . v members of the club and to lnstlll in the members the prlnelples of good husiness ethics. ' fy , , V I Meetings are held at regular intervals and 'talks are given not only on Commerce subjects hut ff' also on other topics in which the majority of the members may he interested. xii a V., ' ,-E . A lznnquet is given every year where the members of the clulm. C'ommerce Graduzltes, :ind Faculty, A JI S' T I intermingle and exchange ideas and experiences. .,. ji .' 'il s D -1 .5 my 4 HQ -r :ui . Wi I ' 'NI Qi, ,. ' - 'li' .' ul .5 V' ,Q , rg ll lf. A e ' . 'Q ifiifii fi.. AQ fx" i T1 .' will lift v"':',4f Q .-. W!" 1- , . T - A i 'fy 1. , 1 . " M1 , 2 ix A, K W-.DQ . V V. N W1 A., 1 1 X -Ip 1 i V WW Y' A v V . f , . -, , sEcTnoN1 '4 , . . , 1 ' I ,fl , ,fl - ri ri P 'vi l , 1 i J r .e 1 ., fl il' ZIP' lp K 9 E 'W ' mf' -v . Q", ll:-x W lixgi l':,f"i Q, . 4 'S 1 . , L1 ., - . V P ,ry TVN: 4 SECTION II s',f.x ,rll If-6 551311141 if ,Kiwi 1 . ll '4 . ! f Pl ' it 'Q , V Y , , .-, 1775.77 WY 'Ti iff? -Y 'Arn ' ll. YYY' , , , ' 1 . , , , , , ,FQ , , ' " ' , "gAf"' ' ? .S ' YLQ 'XT 'l'l""TT"V "2,1' 1 'hui - li' "fr v v-1-rp-"-an 4- A- . 'V' 'iv' fd P, 515151 -fry -.U if f,-Ts -..c . f Vg-'.n,g,y 'w -. T 1 ef -- rw. ig:-J ,- 'C fx V," Crm, 3. .L , g7 15.,,,g.15553gfQ4,g, 13. Q - - .fur ..... ig .Lg mgif ni ' -' ..,..,..,.4L,-. A ' , w l T ' 7 i i T M '- l--s ,--- -N ff 307 ,.. .......,,. H , . ,. ..,,,::'Q', ""'i,gr' .. -QA ' 'H 'A' ..i..il 1 f ,tl I, J' 7 In 'D 7 Q if-", Nwr' vv 1 T- - - 1-f -- '-'I - -f mxffff..- r 'Qi A r x f.a..-fff-:ff--w . - -rw V r Y 'TIN 'vw-- ' ' E ' 1 "1 L, . AM . Amerlcan Instltute of lectrlca WQ 7 . fly Ig' HQIHCGFS h N W ' -. OFFICERS Q- ' V , A -Q C. XX. T.u'I,oR ..... .,.... P resnient , '- O. C. Ff'HLE:x1x1I-21: . . .Vice-President x XY. V. fJSTERBROt'K, , . . . . .Secretary 3, B. J. Hour, , , ,Treasurer ' f Y ' I The Student Branch of thc A. I. E. E. was fuunclr-rl at the Vnivcrsity in 1912. -N The object nf thx- Ul'glil1iZlltiUIl is to give greater Contact among the students. the inter- . change of iclons. and tho presentation and disc11ssio11 of papers on tec-llnical suhjer-ts, I .4 Tho studvnt lll'2lIlCll CIld021V0l'H to luring about 21 Closor union lmtween pravtic-ing ' -I V jx . enginc-ers and tlwsc in training. anrl leads to the afhliution with thx- Niltillllill Hmly ' 1 ff' 3 in the Fenim' yt-nr. " ' I V' 5 W Q' S55 h , V, '4- w A gfg :Qg , . -1 gr I-bg M ' U fp 11: f?l+si3,1 MP1 ' 2 .. u 9 sEcTxoN1 -A ' ' 11'-'-1 A ,.- .I I O , .W ' N ' H cy - r fl 'WV 'ff I L v ,' r vi- ' N1 iff y-,I r r -T H SEv'1'l0N II 'ft ,., ff . ' ' V1 If 5' v 4, -- r'--i--- 1 5 f Q, I 'V-.1 " ' .""' .7'f"1-4" " " "" T' H' "' " . ' 9?'rr""'lf-- 415 ' 45337:-ii' rv' ---vv- xii J' ffl N1o'.'3?'l ' ' V5 If -'ff 5 's-ck 2 'uf V, .1 V3 'iq hx ' S N-v '. ' A"-'J' 5? ' '- H J 3 ' 1. .."?...j',4.S M. ..L.iD.l-m' .'i,hSJ.4 Wigs., L 'Q2-lflfi' 30S 1 1 :' ,'-A gr A1 , -if 21 M 1-1-cfijii -of-'f45f?lf":F5'sffZs 2 .1'5?? '75-7"':i ' 5 Al. 11 1 as .5-7, --f - gf- .ffl ' ' ' f1"'i. in American Sooiet Of1MGChHHlC3l tri E51 Gal L fe ' If a L 3 , wi Jngineers 1 U. 'U ff w N lui js-X OFFICERS fffl b :yi S.xMt'EL Hormmx ,... ............. .,..... P r esident lgfsji lip- CHARLES REESEY .... .,.. X 'ice-President ATT' Ti wel, YYILLIAAI ZINCK 4... ....,.. S ecretary r,2.,4J1 ,Al CHARLES FISHER ..... .,.. T reasurer : 2, 4 'H411 .- 1 -4 Q BIEMBERS IN FACELTY L " J H, H. Fikret Charles Joerger i"a.,' A. L. Jenkins H. H. Messinger . 1 1 e , 1 L 1 1 bv l it 1-.il The Student Branch of the American Society of Blechanical Engineers was established in 1911 for the purpose of 'cgi' 1 cj' gathering together the students pursuing courses in Mechanical Engineering and interested in that profession. 'fa ,ll 'ri I The growing prominence of the mechanical engineer in every Held of industrial activity and the great influence and l 1 if I value of intimate association with a recognized organization of engineers has brought about the establishment of the student g 22, ,-i"'- organizations affiliated with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. I". 3 t,I.: The student branch offers a varied program throughout the year. This program consists of inspection trips to various gl':,fl , places of industrial interest. and day and evening meetings addressed by capable men on Science, Engineering, and Art. L ' 1 , -if The annual banquet and election of officers held in the spring. completes the work for the year. f t 'ti 'ff' ,it rf' 7 1 ' 'Yi 5, r P ' 'fuel ',-'S il ,:. . , -.. 1 , ,, V1 1 1, " r , . .. , 522 i'.LQAl ' .x Q - N if Lf! . A 'Q fl 1.11 'Lili 141.11 Vlvzi! 4.1. :Elric , . , .. ' X . I If 'lp lin' l I ig! l Il 1 I vm' J, 1 . 1 1 ' - l lv Q ' iltifh V: 'Y . 1 " 1 1-"" 1'-'11 ml SEC-l-lON'I ' V 4, l sie 1 +s .1 Vifq 1' fl I V71 'rg 'N tit? Lift: p, .il L1 1 ,kT,.i tlnlll. lr '1 -' 'se i 'CTT 731 M fli f""'i iifrl SECTION II uf lg:-1' 1 1 , , -YI '-?Mi'4' will '- A ' ' I. . 1 1, 1 I 'vffwfrfvi Y vw'-' T T4-.Q-"Q?fli Y T- - 13--r f -'lf-Y Y L-,V-TL ., - - ,P -Q 'Q-'Q.flfr. 'ff 5,57 Q- TQTYTTYF- 'TI' 1 ' it l '3 1' 'ae -'-'V-1 " -" It-c V VY we fi 2 ,f-fs Tvgffwcl -- , A ' ' 5' 1 5' Tl 9- Llfifhilff-ZiJi':Qiefh-fi1i+efii'L--L li - liztgle-QIfi1Q92Q.f isiiflf f 4' ' l 309 T. I v E" '- ,,-' -ff ,T'4"i "if 1 - 14- 'L"' H" Fx. We :- f. .-fe.r.,-fu . Q f-te IWW W Ji' 2 ' :AYw",-,, , , , , l ,,.,.44.., . .Q A., . - .o ' I 777-" if iw - E C' ' "' ,l , g Qt raune 1V1lS ,ii ' +L-, ,. -. H i., V. l u 921 ' f F, Q A y OFFICERS C 4 'I E. V. STRUTI-IMAX .,., ,..,... P resident VV. HAM1xiELn.x'r1l ,,.. ,,... X 'ice-President G. E. BIITIIHELL .... . . .Secretary Sec. 1 J. E. Brnnnss .... . , .Secretary Sec. 2 . C. C. VVINTER. . . , ..,... Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY R. A. Anderegg H. B. Luther B. J. Shine , . 1 Y . I ' The Braune Civils Society is a student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. It K , is composed of students enrolled in the Civil Engineering classes of the College of Engineering. ' The object of the organization is the presentation of programs which will relieve the student's mind of its ordinary technical routine. This object is reached through the medium of non-technical talks given by men of local prominence. at which the students need not take notes. I The year's program is culminated with a. gala banquet for all the civil engineering students and alumni. I P H A " u L Y v . Q1 vrw ' -V . - i T ' ' T ON- ' 77 . t . 1 seo n I T s 'A 5' . 4 V 2 'sl ir: , I if 'Q ' A r t Q . :JZ if T ,, ,T , 1 Sncrrox II ' D. 6. Q . in' ' "' ., 1' - Ay v ' -Ti P-a ffvr-L3Iy,iv- -nf 'v-vit fryvivzx- .A , 1 'vt X ,.-f ' -ll 1. xr' Q' ,'.:. " L 4 Sf ' ii- '.A"'?.-' 5455. .f'4,:'f..1 g"'g.L"'.E f ' .wtf-4:'..'f.L.".Ii X. .S' 1 ' ' '4. ' I l 310 "N 1 ' f' J.,-4 - ..,....4 1. 1.2.-gy 2 - , General ngineers' lub OFFICERS R. D. LANDON ,,,. ............ P resident A. O. Y ITZ ...,.... ...,............,...,...,....,,.,....... S ecretary-Treasurer The General Engineers' Club is the organization of students of the six year co-oper'1t1xe course in General Engineering. This course was arranged and introduced by Dean Schneider because the future trend seems to require men trained with a broader knowledge of the technical sciences The purpose of the club is to promote fellowship among its members, and to increase their lxnowl edge of non-technical subjects. This two-fold purpose is accomplished by regular supper rneetmgs with various members of the faculty. Subjects of general interest are discussed in an informal Wu E. Crawford. Jr. P. Dorst E. Duffy C. Einfalt L. Francis R. Jacobs MEMBERS P. Yvickens J. Jorling R. Landon P. Lothes K. Nicholson A. Vitz C. WVasmer Wiickens Francis Landon Crawford Jacobs Vitz Dull' y N lf holson wr'?.'.f--, xx f 1-'Yr in " ' 'Wrv , 1 v ' . - ' . . r , - . t f. gtg.-f .env ? . 1 vfl'-, ,' .. - Sak fi.. lm-' 1, 1. " -'1J3L"' 1 ' X 1 ' . iilsifemfrt i 31 1 1 ' l ELIZABETH DYER, AB. Director of the School of Household Administration To be effective in one's environment is a proper ambition. Realization of that ambition depends upon our knowledge of our environment. That is why education is daily coming closer to life as it is lived. The new education for women is illustrative of this progress. It meets the requirements incident to the marked change in the economic and political status of women. Society expects intelligent women everywhere to be informed regarding their responsibilities, and to exer- cise judgment and skill that match their responsibilities as professional women, as citizens and as administrators of the home. The changes in our econonric environment are compelling more and more women to workg the community needs the aid of the educated women citizensg manage- ment of the modern home and the training of the child call for scientific knowledge. The School of Household Administration meets these new problems of women. It trains for professions, for citizenship and for the home. It offers fundamental knowledge, the skillful use of which means zest and harmony in living. W 27 -lqrr ...-,. t A.. with 74" r Q ' li . ,,' '... ., .'. -1, ,Lx ,,,A v, , - 1 A-I, l JTC, Tl. "T Lfffr-'ffaf "' 'ffvl W-K- lN N 'xf I XX. Aff Rg.13','4'- iff' l ' ' " JF' "r' ' ' ' ' . 'srilfref '-" "" . A? 1 5 ' J' l lifhyi 1 , it-. . I , ', is Chemlsts Club , V 3-L3 rl '. I 2' ' 5, l 1 limi ttf: I : , - , xl :J tx Q OFFICERS . l ru . ALICE GOOD ....... ,,,,,, P resident 0 rii ELLEN Lol'GHEnr. . . , . .Vice-President Shri I MET,A Krvolm ,.., ,.... S eeretary 'Lf' ,M HENRY Lrsvlsox. . , .... Treasurer .Y up i t ' . 1. Y . , W. L . - I MILMBERS IN FACI LTY P t' L ri l 'J' 'l . . f 1, ,Q Dr. it. M. Burgess Dr. L. Neulfer - L . Hllll Dr. H. S. Fry Dr. R. E. Oesper fyfx- gl Dr. G. I. Thurmond '-lui, Mt pk X 'xr - T755 rs' ll."': The Chemists' Cluh, one of the oldest organizations at the University. was founded hy several students in 1906, with lglil lffjig the following purpose: "To promote an interest in the science of Chemistry outside of classes and to afford opportunities ' if 'N for social intercourse and fellowship among those students to whom Chemistry is a common interest." E , - 'tj t It is now an aetlve and growing organization with a monthly attendance of hfty to sixty memhers. who assemble at fzfvk li, Q slipper meetings to hear instructive addresses by well known scientists with view toward hroadening the interests of the ' 1 ,. 1 f'f',"1! students. The faculty of the Chemistry department as well as anyone interested in and taking courses in Chemistry are Trai pf: eligible for membership. During the past year hir. Burt of the Rookwood Pottery, Dr. J. E. Jackson of the Bledical Col- tp' l 7: W lege, RIP. A. B. Davis. and others, addressed the club. ' -pm Q pg l nw asm H -1 Mmlalslzs 'Z- rfawll A A V ,-'Ni Y I - 1 . ill'-31 K Hell NI Knorr Ramsdell QI' l .- Qi H. Bernfclrl G. Lamping Reed 'IIA l LAN'-l I. Cohen H. Leucllauer Rose qrkfi lj W. Elam H. Levison Sewers .X of ls- it G. Frost E. Loughery Smoker hi ffmlvl .L Good C. Ogle Flu-r r ug 'L A. Horwitz E. Otto H1-instein x' L ,A , I , ay, N ' K lt. Janies R. l .uks . 'tt t-llman 1. .qi P . It l li 5: tri M 'ia if t T51 Ixlii ttzfy as T fr .1 pf, ffif I I .V 'fi rw .tgfq 53-ara ,QAM . 1 '4 he ,V 1- ' .-..-.- NM' fl II ' 'V . 74 is 4 ' V .,. W A U 0 11710 k . EQ 1 V I 7 -ill U4 ' wth' '.I'k t T1 at T T fix ' "'lQ W' Z, 'ph ' ' . of 1 gg A s. l i W. Buliicss li. Uespel' H. FFA' lt. Ramsdell J. Yher .L Rose E. Otto 6-yl G. Frost G. Thurmond K. Hell G. Harker E. Marting K. Hartkott E. Gates S. Xeutfer 'C' 1 H. Leuchauer C. Ogle M. Knorr E. Loughery A. Good H. Levison G. Lamping A. Horwitz cu' 5 r 4 ' "W-f. .1 -1 . xv C ., . . 4 ' ' C N L -- . . -1 11 Fav". - . 1' nu" - ' -fr 'r "r -ff 'ff' 'Tv' L, .H - ,l.""J ' rw' Y .ff-5, .psi 1 -f - 5' -"-If: X ' ' " -'-2' 4. iff 1"- - . " :.5"'.4' "L" A4124-.f 'q.....g'-:Ei1- . 'gd tlsl 312 , X Ag ,,., , ,,AA.. -. . . - ,.. ., - - - Q y 'ff' v ---"W . , i , . . . 'J' '-. f it , - , . f. ,. - . J ' ' l V F SELF! K " ' I A S N I D514 A . K, ...K V. U. - . ,J . Q ,,,,,.-,., ,-.. r ...ima-r -:fV , , . -,-.,. 4 Iv ' ' A 1 4 f it 15, F W ' A orld ello shlp Group of the l U Q f I x i r .l i nrverslty of lnolnnatr . .. si ' 7 As the University of Cincinnati attracts many students of other nations, the World Fellowship Group seeks to bring about mutual understanding and fellowship among students of different lands. It is particularly interested in discussing, ,V .. from time to time, problems which are upermost in the minds of the thinking people of the world, such as those in the fields fill of education, economics. politics. and art. lfwel YW The WVOrld Fellowship Group has come about largely through the eFforts of Fred Hoehler, the University Y. M. C. A., and the International Club and includes in its membership their representatives and others interested in international 1 "sill cooperation. Some of its activities, held in conjunction with other organizations. were discussions, smokers, an art night, t Qi ji Socials. and hikes. V13 1 The aim of the organizations represented in this group is to found student acquaintanceships and to bring about better P .I understanding between nations. A, ' . MEMBERS JL . ' 'gp D. Ratt-lille. lvnited states F. Berger. United States ' Qi ,l C. Hutchings, Cnited States A. Fennekohl, United States ,lfl M. Kunz, Fnited States lv lvilbllitb United SYMGS '- ..l M. Gorab. Syria F. Stockmeier, Germany Z v B. Dyos, United States F. Hoehler, United States ' ,' V R. Gerbach, Germany BI Heymering, Holland W. Kayser. Germany W Gueldner, Germany C. Rivas, Argentine E. Ekander, Sweden J. Frieden, Fnited States H Netzel. Germany - J, Dulrme, Austria A. Yamaguchi. Japan : 1. rf", I . . L f, A, . I ' i rt'.i'fti .l y 5 f A .N l . ,J bl Q 1 'N I! 1 . fl . .I iff - I' , - 4l . , , .11 ' Stockmeier Hoehler Heymering Gueldner Ekander Nezte Yamaguchi HF Rivas F rieden Dube Berger Fennekohl VVabnitz 1'-. ,Q Ratclitl' Hutchings Kunz Gorab Dyos Gerbach Kayser nf' 5 n V s ' fr e ff. 54. fl ,. ' FQ., F -fx ' L f .'. E WW - . 'I 5124: F:'1"'-T' 1 S""' -- " 5aTB"F"'V"' YVQ J f' , 13 'V 4 if H .. " '. " ' """7""' -' fp. wfwfi 1 rc.: stggffrgtgi 1 .5 M '.t.g?gg-LQ51?,g.tt-if.-f H W , J ' , 1 Q -.1-an 1 A 1 ' i , I, . 313 I v 'Qtlo ll omen's ribunal of the Colleges of Engineering, Commerce, and Applied Arts OFFICERS ETHEL Wish. . . ..... President OLGA KNoCKE .... . .... Yice-President The YVomen's 'llI'lllllll3.l., of the Colleges of Engineering and Applied Arts. was estahlisliecl as at representzitive, central. 2LQlllllI1lStI'2l.lIlYt' body ot' the women enrolled in these colleges. As such it handles all matters arising between the faculties and women students of these colleges, and deals with all cases of discipline. IXIEBIBERS BI. Vochnower 0. Kuocke G. Hzrrmon E. Scliwaehle A. Hirschler li. Vvise M. wykofr Schwuelmle Wise Harmon Cochuuwer wykoll Knock? H v uiivu. ,x.:V- 'ndiv 1 " , c . 'n- , " I . S ' '- , ' , an L - ' i l A .-.I l 314- f Il ' A" ,s League of omen Voters BIERIBERS OF EXECUTIVE BOARD RUTH lYE1TKAi1P. . . ...,.. President 'FHELMA Esmux .... . . .Vice-President EMILY CURRY ...,. . . , .Secretary F1-:L1r'1A SP1LLA1zn. . . . . ........ .... ' freasurer lllarion llcford llary Layne Selma Fischer FACULTY ADVISOR Bliss llliriain Urban The League of Wionien Voters is a permanent organization of women whose object is good government through good citizenship, applying this theory to practical prohlerns on the Campus. Although this is but. the second year of this organization. the interest manifest in its program of political education for pros- pective wonien voters indicates that the League has a long career of increasing service hefore it. ' 1 Eshman Fischer VVeitkamp McCord Curry Layne Spillard ,' r , -", J .1 Lai' i 4 , v'-1 1 Q J' 'Ts .,,'1' 1s5:,z 315 S"-J' A 9 M- f I wlwstexrwwgiwtwwsfiaemfr-ig? W 41 9 ' ' ' I it H 4 I f fl 'N 5 ' . - pil TWT T 'x Men s V1g'll21HCS Commlttee COUNCIL OF SIX -ffl i A , 'gif' "Bill" Borneman "Bill" Hartz bk R' , 'l 5 0. 'SLee,' Atkins "Doon Arbaugh kill "Norm" Auburn "Lee" Hallerman Q b'v , . . . . . l -'Nr I ' e Men s Vigilance Committee is composed of a group entrusted with the g care of the freshman class. The purpose of this committee is properly to initiate l the freshman into the traditions of the University by the most appropriate means. 'I I y . cf 21 B A , M Q glial ' '33 MEMBERS LE' V l Y 4 ij "Charley" Adams Bill" Hand l Q ', . . 1 Mig 6'Mike', Barrett "Art" Fennekohl .' l - T - "Hun1p', Campbell Stump" Fischer gg ip., ai ' ' I4-A "Mike" Calicurio "Hank" Owens lf ,4 V "Dick" Dial "Bob', Reinhardt p fn r A l 5 "Dick" Farrell "Ned" Seghers p C' i"Red" TllO1'11lJlll'j' A 253 1 R91 1 ' la 71 V . W. T Tlgggli p IBQJ ' . 'Sli g Q. Y A , , 31 ' x l I I ji if l l .pal 1:1 T'f-'-- -, -1 D . - " A B' . ff-if Y rv- f I llkwwi 1.?.Q'h-mf' X . em.. ve, '?eW",eGm'5f'.ri4nf:s.v' 816 ' L. ,E ,, -.,..,.,.,M,.M.Y.,, ,WMM-.-. M.1 -- Y,,Y M.- ...ln ,-...-, '-:E1lf15f..'Vc"f5'1 LL. -I 'A Tha ' at Bl H d 'W ,Y ue y ra if , 45 1 49- ,, ,-,, , 631 OFFICERS Tyr,-'1 JOHN G. SEGELKEN .... .............. ...... P r esident I ,533 I ri DOROTHY GILLESPIF ..... . . .Vice-President I I me LAURA M. NEXVELL ..4. ...... S ecretary Mitt , Q4 HELEN SCHULTZ. . . .... Treasurer Q U f 1 A V! 1 vi- . , liar fy: FACIJLTX MEMBERS 'IAM ia. I nip FII Dr. H. M. Benedict Dr. O. T. IVilson Dr. Lucy Braun LIL R. Sprague lf' Q Dr. J. Hobart Hoskins Bliss Eleanor lNIcGilliard xl . if W' . . . , . . . 1 i l ltzff The activities of Blue Hydra for the current year have been distributed over the entire field ii JY of Botany with each branch represented by a scientist of international renown. The lectures 'f as interpreted the researches and investigations conducted by these men: Irs 111: lNIacBeth, President. of American Propa.gator's Society on "Propagating and Graftingf' if-Z, L Dec. 6-Dr. Forrest Shreve, Carnegie Institute, Desert Laboratory, Tucson, Arizona, on gk: fr Q "Desert Vegetation." QA' :Elia Dec. 13-Dr. A. P. 1IatheWs, University of Cincinnati, College of hledicine, on "Oxidation.,' MN Jan. Q6-Dr. L. R. Jones, University of VVisconsin, Dept. Plant. Pathology, on "Disease Resist- 'Cf 3' a.nce of Plants." ff ', it 'ffl' Jan. 2'7+Dr. B. BI. Duggar, llissouri Botanical Gardens. 'T' BIar. Q1-Dr. A. C. Noe, University of Chicago, Dept. of Botany, on "The Real Underworld." Lf, Apr. 6-Dr. BI. S. lfarkle, "Collecting in Jamaica." lfw May 4-Dr. J. H. Rose, Smithsonian Institute, on "Plants of Our Southwestern Deserts." ..1E.ll 21 A feature calculated to arouse interest was the publication of a monthly sheet "The Sneeze- t Q. pi' weed." At first, it merely dealt in personalities but later included short items concerning alumni, L4 seminars, speakers, and other topics of interest. 143.1 ,ll A very desirable start with the hope of future growth has been the establishment of closer gill relations with other scientific societies of the University. 1-Q4 E gif The year's program has also included several social events, the Hallow'een Initiation party, 'Hi I the Christmas party, and a combined Valentine-Anniversary pa1'ty, the Anniversary feature conif I memorating twenty-five years of service of Dr. Benedict with the Department. V33 A1 , V, -1 ifw? A 5:6 MEMBERS rf jj . . . N p' " ' I ff-A HHFFIS Benedlct Edith Harper Belden Saur 3,1-1,l l Louise Beckenstein Eleanor Heineman Helen Schultz 55' 4 Nlildred Brink 1Irs. Heintz J ohn Segelken pif-Q y Eloise Cardullo Sara Holtslander hIartha Seifried QW ' P Jane Cliiner Dorothy Gillespie Betty Smith .2 Q1 L Betty Cramerding Dorothy Kelly Bernice Stephenson 1'9" ' Helen Dornette Hazel Kemp Hester Stephenson- W George Hahn Caroline Meurer Mrs. E. O. Seinshelmer as I S7544 Paula Haffner Harry Mueguel Adele Geisker I if H1 Sue Hance Laura Marie Newell Nesta Mangold L ' 4' Sue Belle Reemehn I we at cgi sc, .., ...fa f '--71 ' -ry -r'v- ' g 11,'f'T - Ay A- wlfyjffv- , --urr---Y I?sFTr' f 4?-M 1 .2 ,,. as . .E ss., 4. wa. .Qm2fr..,"f?1.g,sf...c-Krffi'-..amg,.ii 317 37" " , v, ------Y . .1 X t. ll! . .3,f:,l-x,'g',. 4 pf ixvxs -X 'XXI i , , l H " ' f f ' ' I it 1 jf' .L VA :intl QQ? A l l' ' t OFFICERS ALINE ABAECHERLI ,... .,.... P resident ALBERTA BAUMGARTNER .... .... S ecretary OLIVE ROHDE ....... .. .Vice-President ANNA MAY Kmsnnxrsn .... .... T reasurer FACULTY MEMBERS H. Buttenwieser C. A. Forbes R. P. Casey R. K. Hack R. P. Robinson W. T. Semple V. VVay The Palaeolinguists is the undergraduate organization of the department of Classics. It was formed by an enthusiastic , group of students who desired to enjoy social times and discussions among themselves and with their instructors. The j activities of the Palaeolinguists include hikes. parties, lectures by members of the faculty, and Cincinnati Classical Round '- Table, and most important of all. the May banquet in honor of the departmental faculty. '-1 f 'fx' E. 5 ...I . V. .3 . ' T ' ' . , " L H f --Q n if Q- -A . . ya , , . V N r',l 'PTT' I K 4 ' 133 'rf' 'Vg' . J fy' , A ' if 'A .1 LT lf' Q L, - 1 .JN . Q! ,, . ,. Y A V I I' -A spiran s . 1 " 1 5 ,J OFFICERS ,I .' 4 J. IMEXVMAN .... .... I 'resident L. SILYERSTEIX ..... , , .Vice-President X.: E. IJI'RmN ..... .......,............,..... 5 ecretary M. HIRSCIlFELD. .,...,...,. , . ..,..... ....... T reasurer ' AAspirants is a literary organization primarily for freshmen and sophomores although juniors and seniors who joined '-Y' during their iirst. two ycars may still be active members. The club was organized in 1921 by a group of lower classnien 'r intcrcstcd in literature. Mcnil ership is by invitation only and literary ability is the basis upon which members are chosen. f n 1 ' Y, was , 'A ' ' in t Q .-'s x X K K' N F , t 1 ff' , .. P V i u- fi' V ' 1 ,f I I-, . rl, - . .U z , 'Til 'lil :fn 4 .,1. ll- Umnlillil ll. .lohnson A. Klasorncr M. Walker C. Brown lt. Knllcr lt. 'l'ont'l' M. Mansell l.. Yalcntinvr "'.1 H. llin-ncvkc M. Young li. Durbin J. Newman M. Hirschfeld D. Goldin in L. Holn li. llcnck fi P . -.. Y, , ' 1 .. , ffl . f 'I , .4 1 7 ' f -- " W,f.'.1' 'r 'T P'jY" "ffNs"J --ev 7-Q Y ju-'vt -'v Cf 1 .Q . ,X ,H ,, 318 ., .1 I Le Cerele Francais 'fs OFFICERS . Q' '. . MAURICE JACOBS .... ......... P resident MARGARET JOHNSTON. . . .... Secretary if Q ' fl' MELINTX FRIEDMAN ...,...,..... .... W 'ice-President ZELDA ARMBRUST ..... ....,,..,... ..,. T r easurer f "1ll -I fr FACULTY IVLEMBERS A .' lVIr. Crane Dr. Hubert WV. Kinne Dr. Ogden Mr. Brigham lVIr. Hutchings Mr. Ratcliffe E. Seamans EJ Pour apprendre le francais il, faut le parler. This above all is the purpose of the French Club Organized many years vfff. ago at the University. The Club furnishes opportunity for those wishing to speak French, and as an aid to those who wish 9 Q- I l to increase their acquaintance with the language. L i The French Club Play is the Outstanding event of the year and is under the dlirection of the faculty members. "Nfl Vi iN' ' "itll .' y I V ,,. 1"-4 l 1 l Ph L .ll ' -1 . p,. -. ,.,' , ,I "l .' ,.i rfj ,sl ifs 1 "' .1 ix:' X14 .24 . 1. :Z B 'L"" .rf ity: l .f. vffgg' 5 , I ray: re 1 L 4 4 73 i 'F -I 'L irq . .' Q A-3 Oe1O ogy u il S ' l Cl b A 'w' , . .. gf l VJ' D OFI IC ERb pr-gi . MI-:L1xA FRIEDMAX .... ...,..., P resident ELEANOR ROBERTS .... ..... S ecretary V: '-.4 I -' MARGARET KUNZ .... ..., X 'ice-President lV1ARTHA MCLEAN .,.., . . . . .Treasurer as . : ,. A. t I N Q FACULTY MEMBERS IL "J Vg i B. D. Boyson Dr. E. E. Eubank XY. YY. Holland YY. 0. Broun J. A. Quinn ,. ' . 2- . , . . . . . .1 lu '4 The purpose of the Sociology f lub IS to promote fellowship among ltS members. and make possible a study of questions Q1 jf' 3' 'Q and problems of special interest in the field- of Sociology. 2 ' 'j 1" Students majoring or minoring in Sociology are eligible for membership. as are also faculty members of the department. rl , l Supper meetings, discussion groups. and tours to social agencies a1'e held by the members, and speakers of special . 5' l '- f f interest are frequently present. ,Q 11 ,QQ I Q 1 .1 I 4 ' y' V: ll l ' ,,,,.,, .,.. vi... If k f, V. 2. , """"""""""""" - la . fa . U Af, . , H ,N 1- if U. fqh 21,4 rg mfi 1 'Qi fi ff Q 15.21 ,, .,f,9-1 l Mr. Quinn C. Barrere M. Peters M. McMord I. Denman R. Weitkarnp Mr. Kaufman lVIr. Brown rift. NI. Thorndyke J. Faught M. McLean M. Kunz M. Friedman E. Roberts A. Kahn C. Meitus l ffl , A V' Q, , . to c ' r I 1 r t .J A . A . ..-Na-5.2.4-if 4. S4TfgSffQ1,.g.Q'f'1i"l5-14 ' Sgr e +-:five-::L1-.f.f ' f 319 l .,! git .I . Lr:,J.rrfjl, V. I . ,if 5 N X ex 1 I K x . 'iff - ,nazi n l F ' ' "e "' 'H ' 'Milf ' 'f I f V , 4 K s u 3' W ut-of own Girls' lub . The Out-of-Town Girls' Club is un organization for girls living outside of the eorporation line of Vineinnati. Its pri- yl 1- mary purpose is fellowship. Meetings ure held on the first and third IW-dnesdays of eaeh month. The Hallowe-'en Party, held in conjunction with the Dormitory "Y," is a traditional event, Other memorable occa- sions were the Christmas and St. I'atric'k's Day Parties. 4 B OFFICERS ALICE BARNIVELL .... , , . , , .President Emu WE.wEu. . .... ,... . . .Treasurer ' Ensrrs N151-ws .,.... .... N 'ice-President EDITH HARPER. . . . . .Corresponrling Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Sirnrall Miss Xe-utfer l 'E 4 A. Davis L. Hurtzell M. Spieler R. Straus F. Yost H, Ivliyniun X 3 M. Gray E. Kennedy E. Wveuver A. liurnwell I. Dec-how 1 l -i . i Freshman . . C. A. Cabinet orl-'ielfzlis ' 'Q 7' l'.u'1. lloox. . . ,......, ..,.... I 'resident lDox.x1,n tfnoxl-3 .......,. . .Vice-President Y.xN4'xc V. LANG ,,,. ....... . . . .Sl?l'l'0ttll'y',1il't'ilSlll't'I' 4 The l'll'1'SlIIllZlII Vuluinel Iris-4 to uiulie the students feel more ut home here ut the university hy bringing them into eloser ' eorituet with one alnotller. lt seeks to pluee the students on ai higher level which will result in the hetterlnent of the lini- ' Q versity ol f'lllt'HllI2lll. The eulrinet is ll llI1'itIIQ lmy whim-li the lower ClilSSlllCll, who ure interested. may learn solnetlxinu of A ' the work ol' the X. M. l'. .X. and grzullmlly lalend into the senior enlwinet. i I A', , , Wx 1.4. A. X 1 A, rhnrnerniann Ilisliop Hoon Lung Bollinger Aiehholz i 5, 3 I - vv - --1 v -v----,wh - - x L 3 1 ' -ff li-r-'Q'-Y--7 -w v---ri'-v-1' 'W'f"'Y'T" -rr wiv QW! -1' 1 xii 'w ' V. J ' " J' "TW Q5 ' f71'i"Q'f,i ' ' 55' liisv' K 'af' ,-ff?" ijfil-I ,MA . . '. ...J A 1. - ' ..... A13 "gig, .4 .x"1- A . f If .4.9,La- -if.--n 1- ku 320 53 :- ' m F ??1 ,N il 35 1 .X , i .1 L 1 D P-1 -we, 4 I Pi 1 f , a mmwsmzm ! 1 'n 22, I xx 1 h- Y A ,Q - 1 55 ? V' Q LL I A ,,r 4 f Q! , 1 ! A 1 I 1 1 4 V. , v E P 2 f sf a n J ' A ,.,, -E53 f'- IKIQ - 1 .Sian - 3 g - Q5 4 ' ' 1 1 4 7' wr x. Q Q 4 Ii fu- z-Q ,E P t-5 y . fl U M CQ IR Jw 3 15 ll D2 ' iz A -ff:- jf , . ,,,. . A.,,,,, ,, ,.,. . I - H - .,..,.- ,,. ., ., .r-..-V ,-.- v ll ., lwf f . W A T A m y Y.. DJKNIEL LAURENCE Business Manager of the University In the administration of the extra-curricular student activities, it has been our belief that full responsibility should be lodged in the students themselves, and that the oversight of the faculty should be limited to advice and assistance, chiefly in financial matters. It is gratifying to know that the students here have risen to this responsibility and have con- ducted their affairs, through the Student Council. most capably. This responsibility has developed leadership, which has been recognized by the election of one of our students as President of the National Student Federation of America, and another as the President of the Blidwest Student Conference. These honors have focused the attention of the students of this country upon us and what we are doing. They set a high mark for students of the future to emulate, and make it impera- tive for those now in college not to fall below the high standards which have been attained. X Q8 Y 1 51 ,. .. .L . ,sf 51,1 I w :LL V UI 1 f ' 'I 4 I , A ., , -m, !'? 'H "Nur l W ii 'Y 1, X- 1 ,M 'Q fr , f 'P I- ., , f 15 ' .T w-E WW .- u , - ' A vm - - . x , , ,. QXMX N P" I' J ix 3. A .....,: v .i,, f 1 ' 17 E' -fiiififlilg la if 5bgIff3g3fLT'C Tiiblll--Zan-fif:1?'!' I - -kk ql 31.5 i , 4 :Y A 1 l F l l 'A l fi 7 39 i 1 ,J i ,lil ,gf f 44 P will V' W ff. rologue cv 7' rf' 1, .P 51 f 1 'lfril si U ra . "'4- E- All that has been set down in this book is supposed to be trueg all that will as follow is supposed to be humor. ,fl . . . . V' ,Ag j VVhen we think of God, we must conceive him as the embodiment of all per- OE' " fections. Every good quality that we mortals possess in a measure must in God 'lin exist in a maximum degree. lt Q And what is there so rare in mortals as humor-a real sense of humor. Surely lvfgl' If 5 this quality is an attribute of God himself. 51 t 1 We are convinced, then, that not only is humor an attribute of God, but that - - l it was under the influence of this particular mood that he made the world and i if 5 all things in it. ' M Everything and everybody are, therefore, made up of various components, '- which are humorous separately or in combination. It follows, therefore, that lyhvl . . . T' l l no one IS to be regarded seriously. Thus a part of the physlognomy such as a j4 nose may inspire a beholder to laughter as a unit or in combination with the ,Q q' other ludicrous components which make up a face. E41 He who can not appreciate the humor in his object of adoration as a whole, ,Q 'gf let him resolve her into her various elements, and if, then he finds no cause for K laughter, he either has not the eyes wherewith to see, or he is himself so funny ' e that all else is serious by contrast. gaig It is our task in the following pages to set forth certain individuals and insti- tl lil 3 tutions in the light that God truly made them. ' f-,xii WVe have purposely chosen the organizations and people which take them- K l selves most seriously, with least cause, and we will dispassionately set them forth Yr: l it i in the light of ludicrousness. '-gf i ii The Editor of the 1927 Cincinnatian takes this opportunity to waive all ,Al responsibility for what may follow, to keep his eyes closed, and rest in the hope i v Q- that the good and the pure will abide. y - f 'B 4 . ,er r ,ml Li ' f l 'J ar if ll ,gi .o l f ul K E .. j V ' . ,lv ':! st , L. if N . Q t 3 iv?" J, ' 1' 'ef ' if . l'L3v..l-all-. AIM .X 4 , ' if l 321 K' if rn an S , 6 l E':"f-' f ' f 1 xxx N51 xx ' '- K- ,, '11 , N.. , fy -,l ,zz af' 4 A1 no ' . if Q4 s Q. .Q Ni 4 wS3""x Q 42 Ji. S A ff gtk., 35.8 N . 11-.r Yx my gf . 1' 5. ar f n 'e - 1 'YE'- 1 .4 . A,' .., x J ' 4 . . . V . fr- X r', 1. . rl' 1 ff'r +"1 s' ,1 '51 ,.4 -'-Q ,I 1 f'. .rl L . v K :Lf -I L"- - I 1'- x 'll . .IXI ,X . - r., , .f f. F. . fi, ' 'J I 5 -QL T'.:fn,'x.' -" XZ , x- 4 vig 1' ' fx nfm , 1 --- Q -Q w Y 1 'W Y 7 Q . v -v 3 Q I 1 x-.iff v F-v"-wrvv--any -v-v r -1-7-1-v, Tv r.'l I - -' . 2 K vf a fl- '-L..4sx A .4 .44 2.4.3. .L A 4" , Lf- QM' X ltrvlr 55,2 .1 L: -ti.-if: ,hilt E352 fxll' 'ry' v ' i Jr K. 5 .. Egg -'.i -.-.ni -'v 1: rf-.-. ,." "Q ' .i i 'lr' ., '. ','.. '-.vt fl "" l 11, ., fr'-'fffff ""f'f l"-l INNNIYNN '-.' sf A7 Il' ' -A , ...VY .-.. . .moi sill. ..,. M A ,. -i th it Us ' .fx , ur Wn eauty eetion . i sl if . . . . . . l ,' Feeling that our own poor views on the exalted subject of beauty might find some kindred 'jg I I spirits among the student body, we offer this essay as an explanation to justify our choices. ' I l ' ,, . WF' Beauty 111 the modern aesthetic school has come to mean only the outward appearance and I ' ' , . . . 1 . - Q rj often only the reaction sublycctively lnsplred by this outward appearance. l r if P-. ' 1 , In trying to determine what real bea.uty is we are inclined to turn to tl1e ancient Greeks, who ,g f believed that perfect beauty was a perfect soul in a perfect body. We have sought everywhere Q4 and have not found a perfect body and we have found no souls at all. The terms personality, . Q ',, character and mind have suggested themselves to take the place of the word soul. Of these terms psi K 3' I the last. two have the most merit, and thus our definition of beauty is the blending in the greatest 2 f' l , . . Il rzfl degree ot harmony ol body, character and Illlfld. "'. . it 3 A "V I . . . . . . . . fri. 954 The reader can easily see that with these three objectives in mind our final selection need . iii' not confine itself to the alleged fair sex. In fact the task of confining all three qualities within '. X l T- A A I 4 1 v l ttf 5 the narrow husk of a woman is well nigh lmpossible. L 3,4 lx? . . . . . gt" lv' Qi Our task therefore 15 to find the six neo Jle Cmen or womenl who as individuals en ov the three L ,F 1 ' - 4 'fail qualities of physical excellence, character and intellect to the greatest degree of equality. ',-W, ' 4 at . ,L . . l J l Now dear readers, lest you begin to wonder why this literary gem is confined to the l1llI11OI' he f section, proceed to our selections: nl ilfli-ul Q- l . v . . , V M yi , V' Q71 xl- A !i',J"'r1 1 1-4' i , . if"l.h ri L l li-', Yir "mia Ahlburn 9 ,' 5 f t I Wa- ,' L 'f fl-' Because she has frankness enough to affree r ff' kt , 1-1 Z3 A , li l 'i with Bacon's stateinent-that a woman is a vQ'f lkffj mistress to a young man. a companion to a If middle aged man and a nurse to an old man- .- , f Q4 . . , . ,Q ti", beauty enough to hve up to lt and mtelhgence 'L . V 1, Y 1 ' enough not to. If: ' thi! iff? Y ii 2 ' ,V fW fix ,qi il 4 ,' Q. . .VL iq. i "L ' rg. 't it r 1 L .ffl 25.1 ' rf? V- W John Haclnnan If . . . A ' . . . -' .lfvyii I im' Because he looks so grand with a stein in rl, 'Toi if M his hand, and he'll argue with any cop in the ' .1 1-9 -,xqfx A fm, ig Q ' land. ,N n LJ' A , 1 ,k,,,, I V lj., I A T ff' app I ' Y .Q hr xf7J .Q - ' 'Q'r'-v-w-' ' Q1 .. Y, - - .,,..,..' ' r ' f---M Y l 51 -. at --f . l. 1,11 11, s . - -7 'Y . . -1"'1"'s W' 1, . 1 51 ' , l L I . tt . S v fm, 1.1.4. aff... , :L 1.5-ham--,ms 2 Pr ,, -1 .tfviifs -2i,4?L'1,1:'.I3fA.l !?9'.:sl ' .fl r 324 f H' I r 1, 111-1 , - uiix aQ,,,+'+ef,1sf1.wefaw -we , s.s l . fe- B-ag 'ilB-fljig-ii2'QY'fqfTT"f'??1f7 F E3'l?1:lS.'if?,1"Ll3l f'f C l FU 'NfllgllE:f'lfi39l,3'f' ig. ff x I. flag? ,y A, , ,IJ A 'll f' it gg egg Fd " 'L ,, lllary Rowe lNIoore l Y 1-4 , by Because she cares no more for king than is X5 beggar, says the things she damn Well pleases, 1 l . -. Iyfvst and realizes that as long as they are unusual QA enough she can get away with them. 6 Il? l I l, Wi ". 4 W4 'L 1 1 ' , 'i l , , el, 3 Louis N ippert if' l WJ: Because beneath the rotund exterior of a 9' lamb, he conceals the appetite of a Bacchus, 'Q' l .. J the technique of a Byron and methods of a Pan. klii lm' 'rm Dfw' Y l f 'Gill .Qi-sfi what 1 J ' .ut Q5 ' I H Ht llary Layne - : rj Because she might be a modified version of y QA! 'fit the same thine after all. lrfibl l F' b Vo lr if rl bi View lvl W Sli ta at Dean Chandler Because of that Platonic sweetness and nobility of mind, that simple naivity of manner it and, alas, that ironic accident of environment. : fu l JJ ? P 'f t V Gln B .B P N A V-'A ' -- -'- - ---"H 'A 1 . ' ' A." i V N'u'Ti.."' 'Till-lm" s "'-""-'+TA., , V . J., ii-' gl X84 'fl' ' iff", ' qi'-" ' - If Y "TV 'Y "Q T" . 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It was just a Heeting little smile, but !f:1w..Q its radia.nce fell on me like the breath cf new spring blossoms reborn on an old apple tree. istfj 1 -. , ' .f ya: ,vig Then ah, those feverish days that passed. while I sought for a glimpse of the fair. and O, the ,333 brightness that lighted the world when I knew that she was there. Her eyes were large and frank l'?xf' gg,-V4 and blue and filled with an infinite trust. and her lips were not for mortal man who ha.s his source 1 5:4 in the dust. Her face was turned like the ripened peach, too delicate for the earth a.nd her smile -74 . . . 1 kg' that moved all things to Joy was more than the world IS worth. . .1 -1 ' ll, A L4 ,,A,'1 ' fu," Q. -- - in T4 For days I sought an introduction to the girl that I adored, but one by one the weeks went by Lf, 553, and weighed on 1ny soul's discord. Then one fond night in early spring when all the lights were iq I soft. I met her there at a brilliant dance and my spirit soared aloft. Her speech was fair and sweet lfpk 493,83 like her and it tripped from her lips unafraid. so I feasted that night in her presence awhile, my frji troll debt to myself repaid. Then when the strains of the last soft waltz had died on the warm night 154 lim, air, I trod my wa.y on dreamy clouds home to my lonely lair. Q , , .P Li fi 4' l' ir ' Y 4 J ' How can I tell of those sweet days that followed that great night - the budding things. the lf! iff long long rides, and love and my heart's delight. O, how can I tell of that wonderful night when v " I ,'T'4 she said her love was mine -life with all its wonderful works paints only one picture so fine. "" i L 'aj' :-. s ,. - + 'I' r . xAi,f Thus the spring days passed and the summer came, and still love ruled all things, till the col- I1 J 'X Q lege year drew near its close with exams and all that it brings. So we signed the honor pledge ff,-iw lg we two, and took the exams side by side, and I held my faith in all that was good and all that was Fi ffsl, true to abide. But a shadow came like a raven dark and spread its wings in t.he air, for though I SJ knew English from Chaucer to Noyes, it was not known by my fair. Her brows that were never P14 ' gf-I made to frown were wrinkled in deep distress, and a crystal tear ran down her cheek and lost itself LI, Il' on her dress. Then my heartstrings snapped, and I groaned aloud to see that dear heart. despair, E .11 li., and thus I consigned my honor pledge i11to the devil's care. I placed my paper before those blue gil 9 fm? eyes - she looked but a little while, but from that time on she wrote and wrote while her lips wore P, If iff A again their smile. Though I had done wrong I was yet. at rest, and my soul knew a tranquil peace, L31 wlgnw for I had done wrong in a worthy cause a greater wrong to decrease. , "2 I' 1 fn, ifff' :J LJ So the next day dawned and fairer it was than all the days that had gone, but a cloud sprang llnffl up when I met the fair and she murmured, "It won't be long." gf,- Fli 5 V if F134 ffl l il' i And God, she was right for that very day I received a note from the dean: my vision grew : black before my eyes and my world fell dream by dream. I read my 11ote while my senses reeled, X 'Fl f while the sunshine turned to rain. iXIy fair had reported my giving her aid, and inclosed was a fit, berth on the train. if ,L "Qi he ive I i" I - V A I 3 1 A l 1 - 4 Q"-1 . if f - A V I- l , 1 -M---W ----,-g-,- . s - .... I if .21 1 ' -f ff-'K , 'FI 'z I ff T-'Y-T7 , . -. 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Cfmszfef oe 6455 we JMIEQML HF gg ' 4 X ggy ,wwf 45417 H770 Pemfwfmx-56 5 ' 2 ' ww 6 A X F ,Vip w f.-1 QNIL !'A In ,1L,f5al. 329 STVDENT ADMINISTQATIQN , w- - e-l-Y -- 1 k -r 1- 71 1 T 'l":nf,r J l X .X 'n X Q K' ' L v ,J i .4 T 1 .. . -M .,... - 4- I 1 1" eGirls ho layed the ame Dot Carothers is getting along in years a hit and inay not have the speed for which she was fornierly noted. hut Voach announces tl1at there are niany years of SE'I'VlL'C lelt 111 her. Blary T. Holger is another old standhy whom many expect to go strong next year. Her only fault in the past has lveen that she lacked I1t'l'YC in the pinches. Her hrst year o11 the team was a httle unfortunate and she has never c nite regained her self-confideiice. Sl1e IS almost sure to conie l rw hack strong' 11ext vear. T' 1 Ruth XYeitka.n1p after a dubious start her first. year out. has gained confidenee and during the last year was 0110 of tl1e chief cogs in the work of the TQELIII. She IS a very hrainy player and even when not lll tl1e game herself her experience is a great help to the young players. Marjorie Sclnnitlt is the steadiest il-llll most reliable player on the team. She has never failed to conie through Wllll tl1e goods when they were needed. Mary Dom has 11ever heen sufficiently appreciated. Her work is do11e i11 a quiet way and is 11ever very apparent to the puhlic eye. But sl1e has the goods, a11d is a vital part ot the tea111 play. Bertha Bliller a11d l"lorence Altenieier started out with the greatest promise. The praise they got during tl1e first year prolmalmly went to their heads and they have slowed up considerahly. lint next year, having learned a lesson, they will prohahly help the team a great deal. Sally Earls, Helen lXIa.ry Garrison. Helen Fath and Hazel Heintz have shown some Hood form at TIIHUS hut need a grea.t deal of practice hefore they can he counted upon. Mahel Denman, Louise ltr-Afee and Ethel Durhin have tried consistently hut have 11ever quite had tl1e punch. Muriel Jones. Selma Fischer, Isabel Townsend, Ruth Thorp and Peggy Ryan have shown to advantage in out of town gaines. hut, have not heen very consistent at l1o111e. Yirginia Mt-Vue looks like a natural horn player and her failure to come through l1as heen tl1e cause ol' n1uch disappointment to local fans. Martha YYithrow and Bunny Thompson have failed consistently and will prohahly not he with tl1e l02l1llI next year. .lane l7eSerisy. captain and star ot' the team. l1as horne tl1e lwrunt of tl1e heavy work during the past year. f'atherine Ginter. captain elect. l1as had a world of experience and has HUYUI' yet failed when she was called upon. Among tl1e grand old stars who have scintillated during the past years are Dorothy Lewis. Lucille Gassnian. Ma.ry NYithrow. Laura Lentz, Yvonne and Elizahetli Partl tllltl Blary Layne. They pass l.I'0lll the game tl1is year and enter the lltllg list of l1as heens. hut tl1e glory tl1at was theirs will live after lT10lll. Frilzi-May llaker a.lso passes this year. She will he missed despite the Ill1Illl'l'1TllS fouls she lnade o11 the field. ,.7..,,,wz . r if ,. ,'l'- rs- --jr.. f - -.v,,ys - NA ' N 'Milli' I rr., -S-Ml. -:rx tie 1 - 1 Q .. -. 4 r A, 4. .. , 1 .4 -. . . . J. 330 'a ,vw hi 'Yl'? ' T Aff' ,, E k .. ',.fg 12 f? N AIT WT-'T' ' ""l"" U' r W I , 2535 VL. ' 3? Jr: W ,124 . t y T1 b ' 4 37:1 W iff r 4 , f f mfg? Wh M151 ,H i ' 'fzffl Wftli 1 w W, i b VAIVX T '47 1 Q 5 ' I w 1 :FH ' f of N QQQ if f 1 H.. ' l U1 ,, I Y"' 1 1 1- L I. Q: X . U Q1 l U f lrli Q aff-N X 5 t N , . vffl ' W XA, wr 'f 4 if! , ,L W N . QW N ' rg' glfii 1 fx? , v--1 X , .. 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Olen are in the habit of doing that in this "injun t.',"" collitc-h."j And lXIa.ry T. has been content to smile, for she is a beautiful smiler, 'f'-9 and t.hat is all that is expected of our co-eds. 2,2 obj? In her own modest way she describes her success: "I am Prom Queen .pl 1-I because I know how to make men worry. They spend their time wondering what 'rf T-1' I think about them. I am a. real co-ed." Alas it is hard indeed to imagine what .f.-If ll", a beautiful flower is thinking about.. Ive mortals fail so often because we look fi-i' for some great. complex problem when only the simplest of principals is presented. ' ' And thus Beauty, the most Heeting of human attributes. rules for awhile -15" - and all other things are forgotten. for men worship beauty. Q0 I- i T , If you remember only men voted for the Prom Queen. They had all the 'nil 3 '- l tickets. Ilere are the statements ot' the boys who brought the Prom Queen for Ill' gil' the past three years. iff t FA! L" TI-IE IVRETCHES IYHO BROYGHT THE PROBI QUEEN : 'ffl 'N V, 1995. Skeeter Griffith: "I elected Leila Nell Ritchey with support' from 'Q lf. , the dormitory. but since she wa.s ma.de queen I have never been able to get a. date. Lf -. f lNIy mother was the only one who knew I attended the Prom. , f. l9Q6. Ed. lNIottern: 'Wvhat I have to say would not be tit for print in a ff. ' A-7' book of the elevated character of this publication. In any event Snooks Fabing lj, 1 V'l'Q admits that he threw the election." tofl V i HMT. Frank Owens: "I got. to carry out the flowers. and had one dance ,ffl . with her. I was the only man there who didn't get to kiss the Prom Queen." VL' 51? 5 U ' V-', if if V, 4 .D V l QA .1 . 1 ' ,::'jts::v1fw,E if as 3' 1 f v ' 4- r,.'.L-.gg M -M la '... . . . A-, -N .'J 332 V -g.. f i l'7 ""' f 1 535271 7fl?T'fii1"'fif2Q?i .1 f f' C 1 N1 f"7N Niko: '- ii 'Ql9f5:r3h:1ii'2Y'1' T 3 V. 'J-.3 l Xl r' r ll. 5 K ,Jr ifgfflll f . C., wif lr f M? ff? 3 Fiji! Fifi' .fra 1 'Y l, Arr r rifq WM ith" fn JVQA ry? i Er l-fr ln I' yes ' T ,R 1Qa.'l r Aljli 1 W 1 v 1 V tif. in Tr. fl'fv E-'11 rits., - 44 A -Jr . 11 - O K -4, ri . 1 1 I 514 lf H57 QT' f 5 r 'lf g .Qi l .1 ' "V 'IAN " fp? i 3 Q up ,f y .'y6?,LlIlEllllll' I ly I Aw: ff!! life F -, Xi N J I ' :rl l' fx r' Y 4:41 r- A fl! Veal M Q-lj 1 ' J ' .. , .41 ,895 The Freshman if 1? sf ' l CAPOLOGIES TO ROBERT SERVICE, ,ka J' 5 Fifi f The music box was a-hittin, it up in a careless sort of Way, And rho light rhor Hoodoo tho sig Alph house nigh 1-ivoiod rho light of ooy. feral l Yi His, The freshman ate and the grub was great, While he thought of the great outdoors f I And he longed to be at home and see four walls and a roof and floors, EQ Y Yi: P Liu! 3 VVere you ever out in the great alone when the night lights seem alive? f-.Fhii ly. ' Well you feel like that when you hang your hat any place in the Sig Alph dive. ' 'l ' At four ofclock the freshman died-there are some things you never can tell IQ' But I saw him at three and l1e looked to me like a man who had been in hell. rf' 3 N 1 M .3 V ' Qi 5 F r MQ' v T ' ff' if. r 'A ' , ' ff- e'-' T - e V , t 'yffffff-W-:ff-Q-eov'-ttf-T fs' . 'i'llIS IS A STORY WRI'I"l'l4IN BY A SAILOR IX TIIIC YEAR OF TIIIC LORD 1772. IIIi WAS I'INI,IS'I'ICIJ IN ADMIRAI, XI'lI.SON'S FI,EIi'l' AND THIC FOLLOWING IS AX AC'f'OI'N'I' OF I-IIS ADYl'IN'I'I'RICS IJVRING THI-I STAY OF TIIE ROYAL FLOTILLA IN NAPLES, ITALY. The lazy lllflll'lit'I'L'IlCt' ef Naples did fairly startle 1110. llethinks no town everlaid down witl1 IIIOVC utter weariness lllllll this old stronghold as it settled itself drowsily hetween a staek of tower- i11g lIlOllI1tillllS. This eanie to pass ahout the time tl1e Yisigoths did rip unheralded into Xorthern Italy i11 seareh of higger Zlllfl more SCCllIlj' vineyards. Wvhereas there is little i11 Naples to ensnare the attention of a visiting sailor exeept a eathedral or two, nuiuerous relies of art, and itll exeeeding llllIIlllt'I' of per-uliar olive oil wenelies. it is hefit- ting to state that these latter are niost interesting. They have itll annoying way of staring at strangers i11 itll airy nianner. waving a languid fitll at themselves, heelioning toward Sllllllfy neigh- horing doinieiles a11d then sauntering off Oll the 2lI'IIl of some gay Italian Lothario just as we a rive in a r-loud of dust illlfl a volley of unseenily ilivec-tives. Behold then, myself. entoinhed hy the strangeness ef illl unknown town, llltlll Ull li2lC'l'll2lllilllilll pursuits, and desirous of physieal pleasure. I was led hy a garrulous guide into the liahititutes of art. yiee and relaxation. And i11 OIIC of the lIlHSl unsightly of these dives of Naples an old XYOIIIQIII sate. Zlllll sl1e suelied tl1e smoke from a long Sl0IllIlll'll pipe and spoke at length of the future iillll that whieh XYOIlltl i11 ti111e eolne to pass. And the first words she spake foretold tl1e eeniing of a IllOSi unsightly liraneh of the lllllllilll family that was to he known to all IIIPII as Delta Tau Delta. And this hraneli was to hear had fruit, and lo where ripe a11d luseieus herhs were to hlessein onions did sprout lllSlCllfl. And of all this unfortunate elan Farrel Zlllll Adains. of tl1e sons of inan. were to he tl1e hasest and the 111ost like to provoke eonteniporaries to tears. And it was to eoine to pass that i11 tl1e tl1irty-fifth year of his sojourn on earth. this Silllllt Farrel was to strain a tendon i11 his neek froln gazing into tl1e depths of a inirror Zlllfl die thereof. whereas Adams was to strangle i11 tl1e quielisands of politieal seandal some time later. A third nieniher of tl1is IIIOSI unholy elan was to l'UI11lllll suieide heeause tl1e long failed to serenade itll unannouneed sorority. This last was Clllllllllgllillll and lie was foul. Having eonnnitted herself i11 this wise. tl1e aneient hag fell silent Zllltl draped herself i11 a eloud of vapor. drawing deep gusts from l1er pipe, illlkl lo it Caine to pass tllill tl1e sniolqe hid tl1e old woinau lil'Olll sight u11til we were aware of her presenee Ollly hy spouts of tohaeeo juiee whieh did issue forth l.l'Olll tl1e sniolie at interyals. for sl1e was also addieted to chewing tohaeeo, 'l'hen after some lllllt' a voiee spake out fro111 tl1e sin:-lie. "Not even he will1 a te11fold power of iniagination eau depiet to hiniself those things which sl1all he i11 the future. liehold tl1e extremes to whieh lllllllilll sl1a111 and hypoerisy will SONIC day drag tl1e raeef' Now when we had heard tl1e yoiee. sonietliing that was darli tllltl ef a 11a1neless shape was thrown from the sniolie. And a.t first I wist 11ot NYllCtlll'I' it was another spout of tohaeeo juiee or some organism. hut the voiee from tl1e smoke gave utterauee llllll said: "John llu1nphries." 'l'hen that whit-h had appea1'ed as tohaeeo juiee lll0YCll and resolved itself i11to a lllllll of ex- ll'f'lll0lY HlN'l'l Nl2lllll'l'. who yet held l1is head up like tl1e rooster who erows in the niorning. illltl y. tr.. Y. . , r . ,, Tw. . ' 1 A 4 113: f. 1 my Z' . aiu' 'A' - 'L .4 . Jigs? 334 , Q-pf-6, ..., 6 Tw I I. ffrrezf-I ' , s, ,J ' ' H . .ge 3 I J.-,if gig-- i 437 lx N v ff-W X 1 4 Q 'A 4 va I 4 xi, I A -,1-.1-ee-4 V- ev-.L - s -an f 'y."la'kfj',FY"'1,'1 'm"'T7E."- 'f AQ- 5 ' -f...'.'.. all .j-.T,'A-- lf 5..QQ...s -4 lv ' t methinks he did issue orders to many people who could not be seen by us. And though I wot not. what matter of people they might be with whom the words of such as he could carry weight, he did condemn conventions. issue mandates and suggest remedies in the most important manner. And in the course of time the figure stepped hack into the smoke and we saw him no more. Then the old woman's voice was heard again and it spoke in this wise: "THE PONY CHORUS" Straightway there danced from the swirling clouds of smoke a group of girls. wondrous strange to behold. And why they were called the Pony Chorus I wist not. for though in sooth many of them were constructed in keeping with the usual lines of a pony there were yet others who resembled nothing but common dray horses. Among them there were some who were connected to the ground by props that bulged woefully between the knees and the ankles, others whose ma.nner of support was made very dubious. because of the extreme transparency of these same props, and yet others whose faces. scarcely worthy of the name at their best when contrasted with the velvet eyed women we had but just seen in Naples. were further contorted by chewing on large wads of some aromatic substance. Yet methinks this whole group did conduct itself with the most unseemly arrogance so that pride exuded from every part of them. It is not befitting that we stop to ask the wherefore of these things: they are in the lap of the future and can never do us any hurt, but we can not but antici- pa.te the reception that would greet such a chorus in this day. yea even in the stable district of Liverpool. But like that other vision they faded from sight and we were enabled to stem the tide of our mirth. After these things had come to pass it fell out that the old woman revealed a whole method of existence hacked by the power of magic from the chain of the future. A smoky. low roofed, monotonous room took shape about us. and therein were divers strange people eating devious articles of food. playing at cards and talking about one another. Those who came nearest to ideas of females walked t.o and fro along the aisles, causing the skirts of their fur coats to swing to and fro as they walked. And those who were not garbed in fur coats had the same method of movement as if unconscious that they were not bedecked in coats and therefore had no skirts to swing. And behold, I was filled with a great yearning to see what manner of diet it was that did pro- duce such people and I stepped up to the front of the room where the food was served. And there was a great platter bearing some unknown food which however much resembled meat. Embold- ened by my curiosity I reached into the platter and grasped a handful of this most unsightly sub- stance. I wot not the quality nor the brand of this same food. but the taste was like to the rotten bones which are thrown to the prisoners in the dungeon of the king of France. It was but a few minutes before the effects of this foul diet were forthcoming. Feeling that 1ny time on earth was nearing its end. and being filled with a great desire to conununicate to the world what I had seen. I did get me paper and quill and write down those things which are herein related. Now being filled with sin and in no fitting state to face a just judge I go to prepare my soul for those things which may come to pass after death. u'X.!r- Q 335 11. f U ' " 'r '-1 'y'eQar7- s- -- " "v"'1v-'- Inf Q l 'ff' ' . .' .g. Q 2 , V 4 5 ' a 1 I 1. .ly V. tt t ht I .- ." u I 1 f .ffhq i i L I V 1 4 F 1 s r s L . fn ' . o 1 I fi . f l, - . l ' gt f 2 Q- .fa - r If -4 1' 1-' ,, " I l . - rf. vw-.:f,1w. .I .LL A-.. ..-. -..-1.a.d,-:. ..a, - .... 4+ A- :JE FOLI.OW'ING DOTII TELL OF THE DEYIOLS VRIMES AND Sf'ANDALOI'S HRAWLS IYHICH DID BEFALL DLRING TIIE THANKSGIYING HOLIDAYS. ISETWIXT NOON OF THANKSGIYING EYE AND THE MONDAY WTIIFH FOL- LOWETH. AFTER D1'E VONSIDERATION OF TIIIS MOST l'NGRAf'IO1'S MATTER AND PRAYER TO HEAVEN' FOR GIIIDANVE. WE HAYE DETERMINED TO ACQLAINT THE FEW S'l'I'DEN'l'S WHO STILL FOLLOW THE ONE TRLE LIGHT AYITH THE YERY SI'1tS'l'ANC'E OF THESE HEINOVS DOINGS. AND DO HEREBY 'BEGIN TO C'OMMENl'E. NOR SHALL WE SPARE THE NAMES OF THESE BESOTTED OFFENDERS. WEDNESDAY 12:30 P.BI.--Berger locked the desk of the President of Student f'ouneil with a sigh of satisfaction and adjourned to Rl1I1lt'j'lS. 12:4-5 P.1l.- Hill Taylor took all the aleohol out ot' his radiator in preparation for a heavy date 0011111151 in from out of town. 1:00 PJI.-V Rig uproar in Aft-lfieken. Berger had been gone for half hour. Sc-hool going to the dogs. 9:00 P.h1.ATiny Hermann and Jane De-Serisy were observed getting in shape for the big foot brawl banquet. on Saturday. 3:00P.1AT.+-Al Wlright and Yernon Yenable were seen eoniing out of Rt31l1f'f"S with a package. It was ruinored that Blary Bake was feeling a. little low. 41:00 PBI.-lierger was still in RCDl116j"S with Snooks Fabing. They spent the afternoon worry- ing about the financial end of the lfianii-Ll. G Danee. 5:00 P.lNT.glA1ary Bake was feeling better. 6:00 P.h1fef'l1a.rlie Adams. and Gus Nippert flipped a. eoin to settle a dispute as to who should take hfary Dom to the danee. Adams won. Nippert got the date. 8:30 P.lN1'. 10 :00 PII. 10:01 P.lAT. fHelluva noise. The llianii-Y. G danee was under way. Finaneial success of the dance assured. Berger reserved the dance in his name for 1027. 11:00 PQI.-S. A. E.'s arrived in body with eoniplinientary tickets. 11:30 P.lA1.-Delts arrived in body without. tickets. Berger ordered thein thrown out. 1:00 A.lXl.fDanee ended. Berger gave a dissertation on International relations and the folly of war -1-200 2:30 l'.M. flterger bought a. revolver to in ti to li smo1HRL MMRMQ 8:30 P.M. 8:45 l'.lXl'. 0:00 P.M. 10:00 PQI.. front 1 guard the graft he had made on the danee. -Fabing went to bed. THURSDAY An aquatic festival in honor ol' the aneient rivalry between Miami and l'. G ended tie. f-lletas gave a house danee at the C'onservatory. Frank CVIIIIIIITOII, Al Gilbert and George King crashed the Reta danee. fll'2l1I1lJlOl1 and Gilbert thrown out of Uonservatory by ehaperon. Shorty Klein thrown out ot' l'onserva.tory. Shorty Klein erashed the Phi Dell danee. f--Jinnny 1Yerner was found by Ed Rippey and Austin Winant lying in the gutter in bf the New Era.. 10:30 l'.lNl.ef 11:00 P.M.w All the Phi Umegas seen in the Vollege Inn with out-ot'-town dates. The Sig Alphs 1Yerner was eremated with a. prayer. were out on a. stag toot. The Kappas had a slumber party under the eireunistauees. 4:00 P.lA'1.-fFabing went to bed. tfl0llfflllll'l1 on page J?-N'l Mtv... -e-' ntl" . -T Q D ., Mao wn,.y ,vvWL- , ' y 1 I , 4, .s , 4 . v , . K. . -vw " 11'.xf'....1 - muh, . ---Ax J' 1130 .,'39.A-if .."lO.1x.LlZ 3 Q U32 ADV E.f'2'.l".l SER S ADVEIQT ISINCJ S1:QTICDN lliltllflrll 11011 from page J' HH FRIDAY 2:00 1'.1NfI.-Dot. Blartin announced her engagement. 3 100 15111.- 4 :00 11111. 8:00 1'.hI. 9 100 15111.- 10:00 1'.hf1. 11:30 11111. Seventy-tive men congratulated Berger. -Shorty Klein returned from points north with a wife and two children. Freslnnan Reception. Sigma Sign1a's did not function. Great hreach established in the partnership of llottern and Baker. Due cfmngratulations extended to llottern. Gassinan announced to sister Kappas that Ed 1Yi1lianis was not completely under her power. 11 :4-5 1'.M.!-1Yi1lia1ns arrived with date from the boiler works. 12 :00 1'.1N1 .4 Angert, Broil and Scliinallhorst arrived sober. Dance broke up in a riot. 12:30 1'.M'.-'Bill Divers and date went out to see the View from the Sigma Phi Eta house. 1:00 P.111i.'1,il-1111131116 uproar in the College 1nn. llarian llc-Donnel and llartha 1Yithrow hurled insults at each other in the forin ot' sugar lunips. MmA.M.Ys1f'1-itzie iN1ae Baker announced in her naive way that it was all the result of another po1itica.l hrawl. t 2:301'.hI.AMaddnx. Sanger, Jervis and 1Yop Edwards sent to serenade at Delta Zeta House in Ludlow. Ky. Dot Lewis volunteered in her timid way that it was all a danin outrage and the whole hunch could go to hell. 3 200 QLBI.-Queer assenihly found in haselnent of Newport home hrew house. Herman. Klein. Dial. 1Yillia.n1s, Single, Vranipton, Gilhert. Rogers, Smith, Vorwin and Sttnnpy Fisher were in evidence. 41:00 P.lX1.Ai'l1a.tlield, caught in a, genial mood was persuaded to depart froin precedence and put the funds of the Freshman Reception to some good use. Nineteen Buckets ot' heer were honght. 5:00 A.h1.Yf1"ahing went to hed. S.X'l'1'RD.XY 1:001'.1N1.-Scene .Xhns Park. .lane D1-Serisy and George Larkin arrived. 1:15 11.111.--Departed. 1:30 11111. 1:45 1'.h1. 22110 2:15 l',N1. -1--so r M altcrno 3100 11.111, .lane DeSerisy and Frank Dost arrive. Lett. Jane DeSerisy and Vlarky Yalentiner arrived. '1Yent. .lane Dt-Serisy and Lani Chi chapter arrived and took possession of park for the 1111. 'l'heias held an indignation meeting. 338 THE UNIVER ITY OF C NC NNATI A Municipal University and a National Institution Conzprises the Foffowizzg Coffeges and Departments: GRADUATE SCHOOL Of Arts and Sciences. MCMICKEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS With undergraduate courses in Arts and Sciences, Extension Courses, and Evening Classes. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Including Elementary and Junior and Senior High School Teaching, Hygiene and Physical Education, Kindergarten, Child Care and Training, Home Economics, Public School Music, and Public School Art. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMMERCE With co-operative courses in Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Commercial, Geological, and Architectural Engineering: Evening Classes in Commerce, Engi- neering, and Applied Arts. SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS Offering courses, some of a co-operative nature, in Architecture, Landscape Archi- tecture. Interior Decoration, and Applied Fine Arts. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE With unsurpassed opportunities for medical training in one of the most complete teaching units in the United States, founded 1819. SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH With courses leading to the diploma of Graduate Nurse and the degree of Bachelor of Science. COLLEGE OF LAVV Employing the case method of study, founded 1833. SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION Including programs in Food and Nutrition, Institution Management, Child Care and Training, and Home Economics for the Teacher. SUMMER SESSION With courses offered by the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Education, starting June 13 or 25, 1927. For Jf7Z7IOZl7ICE7lZE'7ZZ'5 of Colffgef, Rc'QZlZ.7't'77ZF7If5 for fldnzffszfoiz, and Gc'lZEl'6Z! I7Zf07'77Z6IfI-071, aa'drf55.' THE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS University of Cincinnati 339 1 l u I Y 5,--, . ol' .'1 .MI J, Ls 14. '.,xi "2 mW' ,,i ,ls rt. r-"' , it , 4, ri ' rl., 'K 0 V A .'1 tl. 1 I 1 I IA-V ,VA rfa. ,.1 0.1 I. .. 3 lf ' -fs 1:v ix' l"y1 A il ' .9 ff ,ww S ,' '1 fl .41 A'- .' f t 1 l xx'1 4 --fs .H I . . O 't If..---1 I AN x F.. Af ' V-, dvi' 4s'?.g" " .1.X, n,l,.'eJlfy ,l 4.612 ,sl I , ,L Y' 9 , ' , Student. ouncil , l FRED. D. BERGER The growth of the l'niversity of Cincinnati-a transinutation from the status of a small college to that of a large metropolitan universityelias meant an enlargement and complication of the sphere of student activities. Accord- ingly, the administration of student activities has become a more complex and important undertaking requiring an increas- ing measure of time and diligent attention for its success. Tribute and recognition have been given the government by students at the University of Cincinnati by the student bodies of other institutions having chosen members of the Student Council for the presidencies of the Mid-Wlest Student Conference and the National Student Federation of the United States of America. A continuation of the estinialzle policy of cooperation and non-interference on the part of the Faculty toward the admin- istration of student alfairs will go far towards the assumption hy the student body as a whole of the increased responsibili- ties that spring from the increased scope of student affairs, FRED. D. BERGER. C. Adams M, Layne E, Cliatlield Y. Alilburn R. Angert 5' ff r": -pl tra! ..' xl N24 ..,'.j4 fr I Fri-1 ill' 1 ty A 1 Vi-. I' f 4 ' if' tw tl." sf. ,sta P O l i' sit x 4 i 1, illl t VI ' c rf-sl vit. HC-11 , i 11541 IP 1 -L L41 I 1' t. 1151 if ' 1' -' H35 ll ' 'ak 1 U- 1 55711 1-Ut me aa Q Q of' fl! iff 1 lil Vi" Fd ta 1 -'1l W 112' f 14- ' ' ' .,. 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X . -- 'llllc Yi-an-ly Gripv lll2lIlll'0StN itsi-lf. "YYl1:1lle11l1c'll fliml lic take tlizll lilllliill lor? 1 Q' li ' 3' fill, Y 'S D f 'O -Girls Glvc Vlulm lryoul-Iss yut il call fight, X' ilunl vsk! 4 i ,U J 'l . lll 'l",L--uux,Q -1 l lx N . -'v W' Hlff A Frnsll was scvn in llw woods wlili il Vu-cd. ww .M 'lllw Yum-rail was wi-ll zltlvmlvrl by llw Sllllllfi E4 1' x - N -"'ug!ls:,"'lg EK, X , N' ll Y Smfrminicn 'JS DH-ll TM YN.HUANDERSON Ckunpany LAU7BOOKSELLERS and PUBLLUTEKS REPORTS LHGEST9 CODES Law Students' Supplies Publishers of Page's Annotated Ohio Code-1926 524 Khin Street KIain 7238 CINCINNATI, OHIO 2lifQf,9n1Ql'Q'H:YVQ-?i9w 15 i1Q751J'7Z:YYQf37Si9luQLQf7l4 v fy -r we '1- QM Fllfsgggrx :if mgggghx MQ Q QQ 'IGRQJEEQWBU S2 Q Q1 llQ17E2'72?I'Q-JYLQIN f4.C?qgQ:-n G 9 FAMGYS THE WORLD OVER WAW We 5:2111 cl Ggfdiom 425 91111171 Siree1,Ghc1m1ai110 Plionesfnlain 8181, 8182 : ::. 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Then is the time to start right! You've no idea how much time that man of yours will require e-play time. pal time-time for all things you'll do iogftlzfr- the things that make for happiness. So the very first thing to do will be to arrange with a modern laundry to turn every "Washday" into a holiday-52 of them in every year l This advice is our Graduation Gift to youeit won't be so long, either, before it'll be time to take it I THE AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY' COMPANY Executive Offices, Cincinnati, Ohio x A M I 1? SEND ir TO THE LAUNDRY 34-7 anuary E V, l-Pri11C0to11 1il1if'N El 11-N111 in 11z1skct111111. -4 fi - E11g5z1g111g signs on 1-very 11111111 -111111 t111N il1ll.1 L N ' 110 11111161111 11u'11'r1. seg ' lxumff ' -L -f Vlusses 111-0111 iLU'2l1Il f Hn! 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Order them from your dealer for your next card party. Wie also specialize in Knowf'o Proc-ess Personal Stationery, IV9ddll1Q Invita- tions, etc. KnoWCo Products 804 Sycamore Street CINCINNATI ' 'For Every Occasion" BCJSTGNIANS 514 Vine Street Cincinnati W Smith J. Humphries E. Crawford BI. T. Bnlger N. Alllllll'I1 E. DUHN OFFICERS FRED D. BERGER. .. .............. ....., P resident EY'AN C1-IATHELD. . . . , .Vice-President VIRGINIA AHLBURN. . . ..... Secretary CHARLES :XDAMS .... ...,.4,....... , . .Treasurer BIEBIBERS C. Adams Bollinger L. Hallernian BI. llc-Cord Y. Ahlburn . Bryant YY. Hand R. lladdux E. Aneshansel Chattield J. Humphries HI. R. Bloore R. Angert Cragg C. Kirchlnaier F. Owens N. Auburn Crawford R. Lappin H. Reinhardt R. Bennett Duffy KI. Layne YY. Smith F. Berger Franz BI. 1NIcAllister E. YYilson M. T. Bolger 1 Y. QQ. ' ' . . A f - va it fi .... , V 'g r t V , I . -:W 7.1: any Z, F if' ' Ein., ag we if J . ... fl ' fi ? . 2. .,... ,. I --Ab .j..f , ,. 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Vilhateyer field of endeavor attracts you, your success depends largely upon your ingenuity and capacity for making use of those agencies, the application of which has contributed so much to the world's progress. Telephone service-local -national and international, provides the only avenue of communication over which immediate discussion of matters may take place with a probable satisfactory conclusion. The Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone Company mu espn UIQ? S' r 5 2 5 2 5 S 5 es' Y gy q7"'l2manixW9 351 1 arch 1 1 1111"" "" . ,. . .. 11 f l - 5111111 11111115 111 g "YY 11111 11111-s 1-1111111 111 3I2ll'C11. .X 4, -11 - 'S11p1111111111'Q H1111 - - 211111 il 611111116 1111 ' A4 1z111s 1-1111 work 1111-ir way 111111115111 the l'1111ic1gc. .- Q19 , 1 1 1111 1 vlfisiv 1 X ,M ' , 111111111 -.1 Wy ' 11i.1114gi5r,, A " 5fA111-1111111-1' 11111ks 1'111' s11111111z11e. , . K 1.7 -, ,, - 1 111111 '21111' 2 is ,QV 1, 1.1- MA11111 l !lfWY11y c1':111 111111111 1111- gals s11111ki11g. 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Bmw! 212 ll. xICKIlll.lll ' Q ' I ai f':fi2-9-:z.3: fP1' umij-1,g T1f,,.ff' I Quality Furniture means correctness of style as well as high class lYOI'li1Il?lllSlllP and is the absolute rule here: we can tolerate no other kintl. HENSHAW'S EIAI Xl' CENTRAL PlXRliW.XY CINCINNATI btiefs iBrescr1pttun Bharmatp Phones: Um. 1662, 1663 Clifton 85 Ludlow Avenues C I N C I N N A T I E TEARNS 8: OSTER ATTRESS Its absolute comfort and Whole rest-giving construction make it a mattress that induces drearnless, healthful sleep. VVhy not learn, from your own delightful experience, the luxury of sleeping on one of these Mattresses. Sold by Furniture and Department Stores 357 June ',1,. ., 11-15-11:X,u11x XIIUX 1 in 11--4311 111 1,11 1 ffffv IQiIg1fI H t If! 1.1-Cl-t'I4 III 111 1111 1 Il . gf- 1 111 1 lt 1 1 ' ' ff A 1 X I 1 1 .IVNE 18 I W VU 1 EQ ' 2,4 6631 ff X S Z J ffff ffj Qfjifff A H WWW 11111511 I 1vAQf1 12120911 1 1 1111231111111 111.1511 'Q WOMENS' HONQQAQYM' W 1 .o, W 111 'Q AQ-K - Q' N"' 1' 1 It A A dagfzfg-1 - 1l-- - FQ-LLLVQ p FIRST. NATIONALXI Il K BANK CINCINNATI. ,' 5? X First National Bank CINCINNATI, GHIO Investments Trust Department Commercial Banking Savings Department Travel Department Cllplml mul Surplus More T lzlm Ten lMz'llz'0n Dollars Executive Board of Student.Council OFFICERS FRED D. BERGER . . . ...,........ ...... C hairman EVAN CHATFIELD. . . ..., Vice-Chairman BIARY T. BOLGER. . . ....... Secretary In order to execute the legislation of Student Council, in order to provide with facility the minor legislation necessary for the settlement of current problems of student activities, the Execu- tive Board of Student Council exists. Further the Board forms the active group for student Contact with the Faculty in that sug- gestions from both quarters are addressed to it for consideration. Convening weekly with the President of the University, the Board is composed of the Presi- dent. and Vice-President of Student Council, presidents of the four classes, vice-presidents of the two upper classes and a junior and a senior member of Student Council. BIENIBERS Virginia Ahlhurn Eugene Duffy Evan Chatfield Fred. Berger Robert lXIaddux Richard Franz Albert Bollinger Esther Aneshansel Frank Owens lXIary T. 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CINCINNATI, OHIO 361 The Honor of Service QThe first of a series of Hysterical Romances as told by an IcIiot.j The north wind howled in the Chinook pass as old Ugg. the Indian of the Wazzamatrchoo tribe, came mushing across the frozen plains from down Dawson Way. Across his sled a huge bundle of old shoes bulged and in the pit of his arm he nursed a thirty-thirty. "Mush! Chi-ohh-gohlee" Cpet name for the Alaskan huskyl he crooned just as a bullet spat from the brush hardby and buried itself in his bosom. "Gar!" he muttered. The red froth coming to his lipsg then he slid to the icy earth he had loved so well. kicked twice, coughed and died. Snf! Snf! Thus Sergeant MacHinery of the R. N. W. M. P. found him and a sob escaped his lips. Old Ugg it was who had taught him the lore of the north woods. who had versed him in the call of the hooch-owl and the bizi-bizig showed him where the stag at eve had drunk his fillg and taught him to love the crooning loveliness and the low whispered sadness as the south breezes soughed among the pines. So he buried old Ugg in the cleft of a deep rock and left him there in the bosom of the wilderness of his birth. "I'll get the dog who done this dirty deed!" When he went back to mount his great sorrel. "Badly." he saw glittering in the light of the northern sun a large knife of the Bowie variety. and as he picked it up a cusre burst from his clinch ed teeth. "Aha! None other than Jack Dalton's hand laid old Ugg low. Old fellow." he said. turning to the low cairn of rock that marked that lonely grave. "I'll get him for you. and the honor of the R. N. W. M. P." 1f'n11lf1111f4l UII puyr -Sh W Here's a eal Fri nd hflore than one have passed up a Frat Dance because the necessary Tux didn't seem to materialize, while the girl sailed away with the other fellow, Salting a few dollars away in the bank is srnart business. A Sayings Account is a real friend that will never throw you down. If you Mearn as you learn," rnake a bank deposit a pay-day habit. If yours comes to you in the forni of an allowance, a checking account is a handy little thing to keep expenses down. A dollar starts a saying account at -ICQ interest. THE Pno msur SAVINGS BANK 6 TRUST CO. SEVENTH AND VINE Or any of the following Branches WALNUT HILLS BRANCH Melrose and McMillan-Peebles Cor. WEST END BRANCH S. E. Cor. Eighth and Freeman NORTHSIDE BRANCH N. E. Cor. Hamilton Ave. and Knowlton St. PRICE HILL BRANCH Warsaw and Enright UNITY-NORTH CINCINNATI BRANCH Vine, Calhoun and Jeiierson FINDLAY MARKET BRANCH N. E. Cor. Vine and Elder MADISON ROAD BRANCH 20-17 Madison Road, near Grandin Road MAIN STREET BRANCH 1212 Main Street, near Thirteenth Street MADISONVILLE BRANCH 4825 Whetsel Avenue EAST END BRANCH 4015 Eastern Avenue. near Cartel LIBERTY AND FREEMAN BRANCH S. E. Cor. Liberty and Freeman Avenue 363 1! onfznmvl from pany The crash of a revolver, a muttered curse. screams of women. came from the "Gold Strike," the lowest dive in Malemute. Then lights and laughter again. Another body in a back alley where already a hundred corpses festered and fell apart. Into this hell stepped MacHinery a smile on his handsome features while across the bar the bar keep's laughter froze upon his lips at the death he read in the R. N. W. M. P.'s eyes. "Come out of that! Jack Dalton. you hound of hell," he ground out through clenched teeth. "Hooinell you callin' names, Mister Smarty?,' came a sneering voice from his rear. MacHinery wheeled and beheld Dalton, two guns grasped in his hairy paws. Dalton was reputed to be the fastest man in Alaska on the draw. MacHinery leaped sidewise. His hand. quicker than the eye. flashed to his ready guns. Came a crash and a blaze of light. Bang! Bang! Bang! etc.. his revolver spoke and man after man went down with hot lead bursting in their vitals. Smoke lilled the air. The hall was a stampede. Four bullets had found MacHinery, but luckily his wounds were only superficial. He looked through the wreaths of powder smoke that filled the putrid air and beheld Dalton swaying unsteadily, still upon his feet. "Curse you! Jack Dalton!" he bit out. "We'll fight this out. man to man!" They both leaped the full length of the room and met like too great bull meece in bloody battle. Twice MacHinery stumbled back blood on his mouth. and three chairs broken and hanging in festoons about his manly head. as hang the storm clouds about the peak of Old Baldy on a sultry day. Twice Dalton drove home the blade of his murderous Bowie into the policeman's vitals and thrice beat him about the head with a large bung starter which hung conveniently Ql'o11tinur'd nn page ,MID 364 ARRY AKE mo ARCHITECT nav cl.:Amuc co. Avon 1578 or Nearest Branch Store An establishment with a record of more than eighty years of service S. MORTON 8: SONS 125 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio Qiadfzsgzard WALL PAPER 555552235252 INTERIOR PAINTING I luding white, ivory and gray enamel Fmishg hard d refinishing: walls and ceilings canvassed and painted. walls paneled. Residences, Churches and Offices Frescoed ESTIMATES GIVEN WITH PLEASURE THE POLLAK STEEL COIVIPANY Manufacturers of Pollak Rail Steel Bars and Shapes for Industrial work and Pollak round and square deformed concrete reinforcing bars General Ofiicesq Temple Bar Building Warehouse: Carthage, - - Cincinnati 3 G 5 fl lfl.III11'IlfI'0IIl page JUL? on the bar close byg but clean living told and at last the R. N. W. M. P. drove home two lightning blows to the point of Dalton's chin that placed that bravo hors de combat. Binding Dalton to the pommel and fastening himself to the saddle with raw- hide he rode like mad, half fainting toward the north and reached at last the Constabulary of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police at Fils du Chien. The Captain was taking very slowly his evening shellac-bay rum high ball during which time he amused himself by sticking long dangerous looking pins into the paunch of a drunken Indian brave who lay immersed in Bacchic slumber upon the hearth-indeed a touching picture. Slowlyeahl so very slowly MacHinery beat down the dcor with his great big feet and half fell, half staggered across the doorway, his burden of raw and bleeding manhood that had once been Jack Dalton slobbering in his arms. P Half dead he dragged himself to his full six feet ten or so inches and saluted crisply. Proudly, quite proudly he said: "Captain MacNutt. R. N. W. M. P. A. G. H. Mfg With a crash he fell and when they rushed to pick him up he was dead. So he died. the light of victory transfiguring his fair countenance. while the south wind out in the great, broad, flexible spaces, where men are quite often men, crooned its haunting sadness through the pines. WA Royal Northwest Mounted Policeman always gets his man.J CThis was resurrected from the files of the University News of October 25. 1924. by the Great Mottern. As he recollects it. it was written in an evil hour. at an evil time. among foul companions. Such is life.D H1 Great Gaks from Little Acorns HE beginners in newspaper ad- vertising today are often the leaders tomorrow. We know, because we have seen them grow, and have grown with them. For that reason, no order is too small for our most careful attentiong none is too large for our facilities. 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PARSONS, Jr., Manager 128 East Sixth Street Phone Canal 2820 CINCINNATI, OHIO '369 ,ff 4,Lda':. " "1. .',v-"3-' 'f .- ,.. f ' ... Y .4 i , Q pi 1 xx'N,lg- .lint V. I . A. ' .. ' 4- ..-..-4.g,, .g-. . -'-'. - f'l'7'.1 ,X 1.1 1 ' " '2 A 4 f ' Q' S .- ' V C Q ' i Y l 2,13 s -6 ngineering Tribunal .ks-ni lfif 15,4 rs!! EE OFFICERS ful, R. S. BROXVN .....,.. .A..... P resident YV. A. HAMMELRATH ..., .... Y 'ice-President I tl R. C. BROWN ........ ....... S ecretary T: N. J. BUKEY .... . . ,Treasurer rirw . 3.4 i-. l H Ll Student Government in the College of Engineering and Commerce isplaced ill the hands of gtg the Engineering Tribunal. The Tribunal is composed of representatives from each of the four I 'uf upper classes in the college. It is responsible to the faculty for student disciplineg it supervises E Q 1 the finances of the technical clubsg and it represents the students in their relations with the faculty. i Q BIEMBERS .xl il R. S. Brown C. T. Clifton ' A R. C. Brown NV. A. Hammelrath I N. J. Bukey M. F. Mathews J. 0. Richardson li 2 l -i 1 ' I C l l 1 l lf. V' M1 s Q I l 1 p if, V i" kJ Brown Hammelrath Bukey ill 'J . 'll..2,e: eg. . X . . 1-4 'ez J 'M' I L' . ' ,..n-. .444 -'..,' ' ...' I .,. .w as Ulrarzslation from an old MSS. of the 10th Centuryj HERE is a land named Noelles which lies beyond the sea where lived a gallant knight and a very glorious lady. Now the name of the knight was Foward of Neerwold and that of the lady was Winfred of Hauteparque. And they were very happy together in this land beside the sea until there came a great lord from the court of St. Tomase where lay the king with all his power. Mgg Y And to this lady Comte Vingtoine spoke fair and she went with him to the . great court at St. Tomase nor did she , return for many weary months. And Foward was very proud and would have none of her although he loved her with all his heart. Now when she had returned to Noelles beyond the sea she was not - H 5' l 7 happy. For she would have loved Foward - 'N f E of Neerwold but could not -- and she -,Z 1 I would have the castles and rich Prefs of Vingtoine de la F oret but she bare no love for him f or so the story tells. ' I+' I l I I' 1' -Tllllll il ' .Q. Lg ' Now would F oward have wooed her -WEN with love and the guerdon of joy that U ' " e r' love would bring in the years to come. an A fy -X 1 4 X I t f 1 Ufiim I.. f fy - e - .iilii , I j J J ,X , fi 'mu' xr! J o Z: h lo, I . f Q ,f x 3 fmll X I 1, l -I T . ' '1 u V l lu And Winfred would have trod again the highroad of Noelles toward the stars - but somehow the stars were gone and there was only blackness darker than despair. For between them was a wall which they would fain have torn away but could not. And this wall was only the memory of the Court at St. Tomase e- of the life and joy and colour that is there. So the heart of F oward brake within him. and he could not bear again the pain of her presence. So he spake to her one day in this wise: "Well have I loved you. and long. Lady. And you have loved me, else your eyes lied and the stars lied. But you do not love me now -a try you ever so hard. Nor can you ever love me again. for you will not. So I would have no more of you Lady Winfredg nor the lips that are not mine, nor the soft arms that are only a lie. Get you back to St. Tomase, lady and A Q1 A that colour and plaisance that is your life. I - I E ' Xa have only a great love to offer you ee but that i ' is a poor thing against land and castles. So ,, ' . af X is my gift overbalanced on the scale. 1 I f is Now the tale is that Foward of Neerwold ' ---121 65 G I' went into other lands but he was never happy. c . For he loved this lady until he died and always gg he recalled the sweetness of her lips and the Q -l 'f,lfQfg,,t"- N, round YVOIICISI' of her arms and the white. i . warm S ory ol' her .,......., 4 """' I "'l 5"' Y 1 fThe story breaks 015' here. 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PHONES MAIN 3858-8347 373 Reports of a Great Qbserver WHICH RELATES SOMETHING OF A SIGMA LCHI LFORMAL Dancing began during the First dinner course, but had to be discontinued until Brother Hallerman finished his celery. Brother Bennett arrived late, hoping to escape the tax of the dinner. Brother Jake Munday sat in a corner all night lamenting his fate. CSister Bowen had been prevented from attending by a pre- vious engagementj When the orchestra played 'cThe Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." he broke down completely. Brothers Rippey and Franz decided to sit this one out. Brother Franz decided to sit the rest of them out. It was too warm inside, he commented. Sister G- agreed with him. Brother Bachman pulled Brother Price out from under the table. After methods of resuscitation were applied on the latter he burst into tears because Brother Shives was not there. Brother Speidel was observed sneaking away the cherries from everybody's ice cream. As the party was a little dull, Brother Winant offered to recite. Speidel later announced that he would be able to take Winant's date home. Brother Schmid arrived in time to make the party a success. Brother Bachman announced that Billy Ryan was in the building and the party broke up in a hurry. Brother Porter arrived sometime later. WHICH TELLS OF A SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON CAMP PARTY The party of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was held in such total darkness that it was very difficult to collect any evidence. However, it is known that Brother Bossert started the celebration with a toast to Sisters Altemeier, Miller, and Schmidt. who supplied the sandwiches. CThey have untold knowledge of the many methods of rating a Sig Alph partyj Brother Waldman arrived with a date from Newport and immediately went out for a canoe ride. Brother Eggers spent the first hour trying to make a palatable "Silver Spray." Brothers Quinn and Sievers almost came to blows over who was to take Sister Garritson canoeing. Quinn won. Sievers went to Brother F abing for consolation. Fabing mixed him one. Sievers was put to bed by Brothers Garrison and Herzig. Entire party entered canoes. Brother Lush attempted to lend a romantic lustre by singing from the shore. The doctors report that Lush will live. Silence and darkness prevailed. After a while voices were heard. We write the remarks as we heard them. Brother Nippert: The whole effect seems to have been created for us. Feminine reply: Please don't do that. Brother Mottern: Get the hell outa here, Jervis, can't you see I've got this nook! Brother Fabing: Listen Toda, there are the stars sprinkled like diamonds over the sky, the trees lining the shore like forbidding giants, and the water reflect- ing the light of the moon, but all these things merely form a background to you. For me, you comprise them all-you are everything. tf'011I1'11'uvd on page .3761 ' 374 s ' I d K, 1 BJ' ffl CARD cal fa RIDER BACK Q PL ING cms if0llfllll11'l1fl'0Ill pnyw .jf Q, Brother Jervis: Ah, hell, I can't find a nook: do we really have to have one? Brother Geist: I will. Feminine Voice: You won't. CGeist swam to shore, and went for dry clothesj Brother Mottern: Damn you, Bachus, I've got this nook! Sister Evans announced that it was time the Kappas were getting home. Mottern groaned faintly from somewhere on the river. Party broke up. WHICH DESCRIBES THE PERSONNEL OF BETA THETA PI Allen is gone to begin with. The Betas know he is gone. There are others also who have passed away. CThose who have graduated. not the activesj Brother Klein vouchsafes in his modest way that as long as he is here the tong will still rate, but then Brother Johnson and others have long ago consigned Brother Klein to hell. It is said that in '25 there came one Franz whom the Betas rushed at great expense. To him Brothers Maddux, Valentiner and others told many stories of the greatness that was Beta. In the end this same Franz took unto himself a Sigma Chi bid, and now he mourns because he did not go away to school. So great were the sums expended on this Franz, however, that recently when a burglar broke into the house he could find nothing to carry away except Brother Sanger's extra pair of trousers. There is one Maxwell in the tong upon whom the troubles of the world weigh heavily and of these the greatest is Klein: there is one Edwards. who is affiicted with numerous pains and ailments, and of these the greatest is Klein: Brother Maddux who guides the rudder of the Beta ship admits that it is full of nicks. and of these the largest is Klein. Another there is of the brotherhood. Venable. to wit, and it is his delight to lure innocent co-eds to Ingleside Avenue. where he has built for himself a den of seduction on the river brink. In the clan also. as is often the case in a bed of oysters, there is one real pearl. This is Brother Mayer. and this one partakes not of the ruby cup because it is against the law. Among the oysters are Nimmo, who is wont to emit ungodly vocal sounds, and Hessler who is not even a very good oyster. WHICH CONCERNS PHI DELTA THETA In the year of the Lord 1925, there existed a great friendship between Phi Delta Theta and Kappa Kappa Gamma, but there came one Brother Schwarm. who said to the Phis: "These sandwiches that the Kappas make for our rush parties are not to my liking. Let there no more Kappas at our dances." So the privilege of making sandwiches was taken away from the Kappas and given to the Thetas. And now, says Brother McGaughey, our rush parties are much better. So, great sums of money were spent by the clan entertaining the Thetas that there might be good sandwiches always on hand. Brother Stone was pleased: Brother Angert smiled his most illuminating smile: Brother Rhinehart made numerous trips to Montgomery: Brother Dunlop commented on the fairness of the fall days, and even the crafty Brother Chatfield professed himself satisfied. tf'0nfin1n'1i on pugr JTSJ 376 THE METHODIST BOOK CONCERN Carries an unexcellecl stock of the NEWEST and MOST HELPFUL BOOKS on RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Bible Biography Geography IIisl4 wry Commentaries Diet ionaries BIBLES and TESTJIIIEIVTS a .VXWCI-llffj' PRINTERS, BINDERS and ELECTROTYPERS IVhen in Search of the BEST Bl lf JK on any special subject, Consult their BOOK SERVICE DEPARTMENT 420 PLUM STREET CINCINNATI Teleplionc Main -123132 The Miller Jewelry Co. IN .XPPRECI.XTIrJN To THE FRATERNITIES IXNII Sl JCIETIES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CINK 'INNATI Now that school emblems are lu become memories, we want you all to remember that we offer you and your Irienfls our services as flesigner and maker of plati- num anfl golrl fliamonrl jewelry. GREENIVOOD BLDG., oth at Vine M v'l l I R U'unlin1u'1I from llllyl' JTUJ But there came the year 1927, and that same Theta chapter Cwho made such good sandwichesj gave their formal. All of five of the Phi Delt brotherhood received stag bids. It is even rumored that one brother got a drag. Thereupon there was much moaning and gnashing of teeth among the Phis. Brother Butler. who of all the clan had remained faithful to K. K. G., smiled a wan smile. and said: "I told you so." Brothers Cragg and McAllister determined to let the women alone altogether. Of all the Chapter. Brother Brown alone was unper- turbed. Having spent much time laboring for the Y. M. C. A.. he merely mur- mured: "It is the will of Godfl This is the story of the great upheavals which have disturbed the peace loving Phis. Brother Angert has already gone back to that old faithful standby, firm as the rock of Gibraltar-Sister F ritzi-May BakerAGod love her soul. Brother Chatfield. however. expressed the sentiment of the majority of the chapter recently, in a statement describing all women as evil, and a menace to man's ideals. "The only true friends the Phi Delts have are Baker and their mothers." And thus, there are no more sandwiches at the Phi Delt rush parties. WHICH TELLS OF A DELTA TAU DELTA FRATERNITY MEETING Brother Farrel opened the meeting with "Theta Lips," and managed to preserve his usual alert, intelligent and secretive pose throughout. Brother Berger dropped his "conversational speech," and used his "ceremonial English." with telling effect in a speech against co-ed domination of the campus. Brother Larkin left to catch a bus for Hyde Park. Brother Gayman woke up Brother Lockman. Brother Adams was informed by Brother Biggs that whenever he paid his back dues the clan would build a new house. Brother Adams replied with a short summary of what he had done for the chapter. Brother Gayman again aroused Brother Lockman. Brother Wright rebuked the clan for failing to serenade at the last Tri Delt meeting. Brother Shelton moved that serenades be confined to six a year for each sorority. Motion defeated. Brother Cunning- ham rose for recognition. Brother Farrel adjourned the meeting. Lockman woke up. WHICH IS A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE WORK OF PI KAPPA ALPHA 1. Brother West is head cheer leader. 2. Brothers Benjamin and Hoffman are likely candidates for the cheer leading job next year. 3. Only a few pledges were acquired by the tong this year, as there seemed to be a great scarcity of good cheer-leading material. 4. It is rumored that Brothers Smith and Bryant are on the verge of suspen- sion because they have never applied for a job as cheer leader. l00llfI.Illll'l1 on pagr' .?.N'0l 378 KEEP IN CONSTANT TOUCH WITH YOUR ALMA MATER through the Columns of THE UNIVERSITY NEWS THE CINCINNATI BEARCAT Ed' -T il V' A newspaper devoted Umm wws Society News exclusively to the Advertisements news of the Campus Sports Uewfzggslf-FEI' Published semi-weekly by the students of the University of Cincinn t DELIVERED BY MAIL ANYWHERE 32.50 a Year V NV s X x 34.5-5,,v,3. 1 U' 'Q ' .,..5,, , .., ' ll A'-KX 1, M'-Q' 4 .:',:f,,' W-,.. jfljjp I-J ' .fx J .vm lie' 4 F' V V' , X mt.. 3, ?vT'ig'W"y"' is '5 4 I 'f' Nfmr rv-J" . ' - put- 1 m ali'-" V, '-. ,. AVIWQ 'I .".w'f' 14' K 1 4' 4'k . V ,N 4+ wf., . " . "W ' Qf...,, my w M: , I x .., M , '-27' H Qf.. yn, .I fm . . . . 0 H. ,Mtv ,, ,. s ,. .K M '.' ,' 1 . ww. .,,'. ., 2- my U ', A w:.n.r . .,.p. , .,,., ,NX ,A ,, M3-" w y ' ,L-H. -,Y 1, ,,- ." 1 --1. "V .-!f,'f ' . u gf ,.. ... wmv , ,.,,w,-,N W ,,,1p , ,. .,. , . ,x,.A.f- -. H. , I . nf xw,r.vq'g . .H .ug A, ' ,,, ..f 5 1 I 1v"'1 1 A -,. v..-v- .4 ,-,'f-"'.. 'A 4 " wr " 'J' ' X - ig A l u X X f'. I. Ml-,1 L., .Lift :LlY.Li3,iAFA,,-fl? ' .73 T Senior lass yy 5 ..,x. x' W f.' -' rr, OFFICERS ,'.",f u ll j 4 ROBERT INIADDUX .... ...... P resident '- XKYIRGINIA AHLBURN .... . . .Vice-President f FRITZI-lNIAY BAKER .... ...... S ecretary M ' CHARLES XYANCE. . . , .... Treasurer -4 For tl1e past four or five years, we, the class of 1927, have endeavored to contribute our share of love and loyal support to our Alma Mater. Now we are just beginning to appreciate the lofty ideals, the worthy principles, and that intangible spirit of fellowship and friendship which are as ' much a part of the University as the buildings themselves. Wlith this realization. may we ever '. 3 feel it our privilege and desire to give loyal assistance in upholding the honor of old U. C. Let 5 514 us not feel that graduation severs our connection with University affairsg that we have become . 1 1 - . ,N merely spectators to campus act1v1t1es. Let us realize, rather, that we have further dutles and obligations to fulfillg that we, as part of the alumnal body, can continue to build up the good repu- ig", tation and quality of the school. Our class has derived infinite value from our Alma lNIater in vig the form of education, athletic achievements, lifelong friendships, and lasting ideals. lYe l1ope .ffl to repay this service in part by giving our loyal cooperation and support in the future. ' M . ROBERT B. BIADDUX, 7'-', President. Class 1927. ', tra' at i .2 'A , 11" 2 A r' nl , 1.1 N ' 3 I . 'I' rrhsl , . 1 Q w , .. L 5'- . .ff fy.- irq ffl gr!! . C91 V 'ii Maddux Ahlburn Baker Vance N I ,O Ei " 5 11' y-,'-7, 'f',":v'--':"ftfif"E?,"sT" fi A' 'J'-'-l 4' It iifuxr-X... 5544.5 "x1?es'. ...,! J V- -1 34- ffiflllflillllfd from puyv .ff r 5. Brother Clifton announces that unless there is marked improvement in cheer leading around this collitch. he will handle the megaphone himself next year. 6. An active rushing program for good cheer leaders is being conducted. 7. Brother Grasfeder remarks in his brusk way. that he don't give a damn if the tong never has another cheer leader. Note: If anyone knows anything else about this chapter. please bring the news to the Editor as we need some material for next year. WHICH DESCRIBES A LAMBDA CHI ALPHA RUSH PARTY The ceremonies began with a factory whistle, as the entire chapter are union athletes. Brothers Dost, Williams and Tiny Herman formed interference for the invading rushees. They were conducted into the dining room on a line buck. and served two helpings apiece of spinach and nuxated iron. After they had been well fed. Brother Alexander conducted them into another room where they were stripped and weighed. At this point one of the freshmen announced timidly that he was not an athlete. He was questioned impatiently by Brothers Bradley and Auburn as to his ability as a journalist. Finding to their dismay that he would be of no use on the staff of the News either, he was hurried out the door on a center rush play. The festivities were stopped at this point owing to a fight occasioned by Brother Stoner trying to get Brother Bolton a date with a cofed. After the freshmen had been carefully observed handling the weights and dumb-bells, they were led upstairs to look at Brother F isher's book of telephone numbers with animated descriptions. n The rushees were next ushered into the drawing room to see the social advant- ages of the chapter. Brother Humphries, The Little Giant of the University. looked very well in the chapter tuxedo. Having seen the Prince of Smoothness, it was agreed that everything had been shown to the youngsters and they were allowed to depart. jack departed at once for Price Hill, while Brothers Dial and Herman followed the freshmen with blackjacks, tagged them affectionately and affixed the Lam Chi buttons while they were still unconscious. The next day the News announced that Lambda Chi Alpha had pledged fifteen men. tUonl1'nued on pagr JSBH 380 The ffgiii Model Laundry Co. , , 5 .X ASERVICE embracing all the laundry requirements of greater Cincinnati! IVe call and deliver anywhere. IVe are equipped to render quick service Without re- quiring any compromise in quality of the work turned out. , I 1 1 X lfinyaaym X ,ufuasmy . -ww W smmmw , Model' in-if Telephone Canal 4274 rll CDD I N ii, I ' 45s. XII N on o YK X . ' 'Ou' lx 'N I Rl gli .I SAMUEL CLEMENS "The making of all things has been speeded up-the making of every- thing except friends. It takes the polishing ofyears to brigh ten friend- ship." SCIENTIFIC study and experience are the valued requisites of our pro- fession-and an equipment that is Worthy of a dignified ceremonial. GUS GILDEHAUS Funeral Director 2911 Vine St. Avon 4543 A Remarkable Development "From a Local College into a National Institution" gDean Louis T. More'spresen ta tion speech. Alphonso Taft Hall .... October 28, 1925 We Are Proud - and justly So of TI-IE UNIVERSITY of CINCINNATI OSMOPOLITAN BANK 8: TRUST- CO.-c INCINNATI.- O. A GOOD BANK IN A SPLENDID CITY 381 A ef k 1-1 A fCantinued from page 3-S'0l WHICH IS A NURSERY JINGLE CONCERNING ALPHA TAU OMEGA Little Brother Vance went to Romey's. Little Brother Benton stayed at home. Little Brother Benton won a wrestling match. Little Brother Vance won none. Little Brother Vance cried: "I won't go to Romey's no moref' when he got home. Big Brother Borneman had a quart of Scotch. Little Brother Harper had none. Little Brother Harper drank Borneman's Scotch Big Brother Borneman said "Wee, wee. I want some." ' u u Big Brother C nningham got himself a girl Brother Rogers got none. Big Brother C nningham got himself in love. Brother Rogers wasnlt quite so dumb. Big Brother Thorne went a-dating, Little Brother Taylor went along. Big Brother Thorne got nothing. Little Brother Taylor got some. Brother Smith said: "Hell, I want some, too." WHICH TELLS HOW SIGMA PHI ETA CAME TO TOWN It came to pass that after living for five years in the wilds of Northside the Sig Ets grew weary of the solitude. the owls and the long romantic nights, and decided to come to town. Brothers Divers went out to spend the last afternoon parked on that old drive. IShades 'of Gassman, Miller fand Allison! Brother Duffy appeared in a red undershirt fand those suspendersj to direct the moving. Brother King arrived in a Ford Coupe with Edith Mae Lammers and the furniture. Six trucks also arrived with the wardrobes of the brothers and Neumark's suit. Two front doors were put on the new house so that brothers Glenn and Deitchel would have twice as much chance of finding their way in at night. lc'OIIfl.IIll!'tf on pagr' SSD Es l . gl Z CDX We -Wm' Defzfal KRW U52 zt -with a background of Victor experience and General Electric Company's research facilities THE Coolidge X-Ray Tube, which has revolutionized the art ofradiography, was developed in the Research Labora- tories ofthe General Electric Company. ln collaboration with these same labor- atories, the Victor"CDX" Dental X-Ray Unit was evolved, when Victor X-Ray Corporation's Engineering Department, with its background of experience in the design ofX-Ray apparatus, worked with the physicists ofthese laboratories, to the end that the mechanical and electrical design of the X-Ray unit would answer the critical requirements of the Coolidge tube itself. Thus has ernanated a per- fectly balanced equipment. lnasmuch as the "CDX" Dental X-Ray Unit is sponsored by the same research facilities as all other notable UG. E." developments, and the Victor X-Ray Corporation is the subsidiarythatextends atangible service to the dental and medi- calprofessions in theirX-RayandElectTo- Medical requirements, what better safe- guard could be offered on your invest- ment in dental X-Ray equipment! Victor X-Ray Corporation Dental Department X 2012 Jackson Blvd. Chicago Mounting panel exrra A f n a fflllllflillllflfAfffllll llflfjl' ..'N,' Brother Barret asked meekly if there was any work to do. He will recover. After all the beds had been crammed in the brothers retired to spend a troubled night. Neighbors and local police overheard the following conversations and remarks after the brothers had gone to bed: Brother Bottler: "Get your cold feet off my back." Brother Werner: "Aw! Go to sleep Mary. I'll buy one in the morning." Brother Schroedel: "Who the hell's in bed with their shoes on?,' Brother Uhl: f'Giny!', At this point Brother Bar King tried to come in through both doors at the same time! Brothers Crampton and Wise came in from church and put King to bed sing- ing HI am Jesus' little manf, Brother Gilbert: "Get out of this oven damn it. I'm sleeping here." Brother Uhl: "Giny!" Brother Lowe: "If I could only find someone who cared." Brother Uhl: "Giny!" And so far into the night. WHICH RELATES SOMETHING OF IOTA CHI EPSILON On a black rainy night many many years ago three or four downhearted youths, tired of all the good things in the world decided to petition Delta Upsilon. And they took unto themselves the name of I X E which probably means I. unknown. expire. The chapter is very active and always in evidence around the campus except when there is some festal occasion in Rockford. Illinois. Brother Reesey recently announced that the chapter has been petitioning for so many years that the original document had to be preserved in an air tight compartment to keep it from crumbling away. Outside of the monthly struggle to raise the rent money. the most exciting event in the history of the chapter took place this spring when Brother Reed came home from Newport whistling "Down with the Swedes." Brothers Aistrup. Bursilk, Lindbloom, Lindquist, Peterson, Swenson, Vitz. Wehr and the twin Thelanders were aroused to such a pitch of frenzy by this assault on their national integrity. that only with the greatest difficulty was Brother Rooch able to preserve Reed's life. Brother Newman was not present during the uprising as it was closing night at the Olympic Theater. Brother Lessard has retired from the army and spends his nights mourning the fact that the "only girl" had another date that night he led the march at the Officers Ball. UIITVIHIIIIQILI nn ptlgll' JSHF RS-L Men's Furnishings Hats GLOVES Anything in the line of gloves which you may have in mind can be found in our store and HBIEDENBENDERU R a S N ardes quality is known all over the U. S. M THE BIEDENBENDER CO. A "A Glove house of National Reputation" 542 MAIN STREET Western Newspaper nion NEWSPAPER SERVICE Advertisers' Mats and Plates UNIVERSITY NEWS and BEARCAT printed in our plant COOPERATIVE SOCIETY Ulinihersitp uf Qllincinnati Headquarters for Student Supplies Books Stationery Jewelry Pennants Athletic Supplies Miscellaneous E m1 SAVE THE STAMPS They Are Worth Money to You 38 CCor1t1'1z11edfronz page 'IND During the recent Chinese uprising Brother Vincent Thelander chartered a ship to take the battalion from McMillan street to Shanghai where they were to protect the lives of any endangered Swedish citizens. WHICH RELATES THE HISTORY OF TRIANGLE This fraternity was founded to propound the doctrine of Aristotle whorn some claim as the founder. Whether this is true or not, Aristotle is usually conceded to have been a good boy. The local chapter was organized in order that the brothers might cut down the price of slide rules. The original slide rule was lost however when Brother George Smith used it to measure how much beer Brother Hammelrath could drink from a Standard Oil tank. Brother Bukey and Brother Hoffman attribute their success on the Cinder track to the experience they have had at getting away during the weekly police raids on the house. Brother Hoffman is not so fast this year because he is kept awake late telling the telephone callers what Naomi's number is. Brother Crawford admits his guilt in all the crooked elections that have been held on the campus, but washes his hands of the internal condition of the chapter. As to the rest of the chapter Brother Brown is no relation to the Brown of Harvard and Brothers Oberklein and Grabensteder were not the originators of the Irish Home Rule movement. WHICH DESCRIBES A NIGHT AT THE BETA KAPPA HOUSE Brother Fox came in about eight o'c1ock. He had been chasing Peter Rabbit. Brother Peterson put Chopin's funeral march on the Victrola. Brother Oexman attempted to cheer the fraters by recalling the days when the tong had eight letter men on the football team. He concluded with the statement that he expected to make another letter in tennis this year. Brother Matthews decided to go to bed while he was still inebriated and unconscious of his environment. Brother Scott led the chapter in a prayer of hope. and after singing. "Paisley has went away" they all went to bed. WHICH TELLS HOW THE PHI KAPPAS TRIED TO HOLD A MEETING Brother Eilerman pounded heavily on the table with an empty bottle. After sometime Brothers Arbaugh and Wickens wandered in. Brother Arbaugh was commissioned to call up Romey's in order to get a quorum. Brothers Jorling, Naberhaus and Richardson promised to be right over. Brother Wickens was sent to call in all the brothers who were out in cars with dates. Brothers Reichert, Conlon and Murphy responded. By the time all the brothers got there Brother Eilerman had passed out. There was no busi- ness anyhow so after both pledges were sobered with black coffee the clan went to bed. llillllflilllltll on Pugh' .ISSH sl ' ,Zur Hofqffaobel' Zigmzmlly Photographic Illustrator Whose years of experience has made his services invaluable to School and College Annuals and other beautiful publications. THE WEBB STUDIO 126 West 7th St. Cincinnati, Ohio 387 lflfillfilllllfl from puyw JS P The Alleged F air Sex DELTA DELTA DELTA The Tri Delts came to life this year, pledged twenty or thirty girls Call of whom had Kappa and Theta bids. they sayj and started to make a big noise. Mary Bake and Ruth Weitkamp made most of it in accordance with their custom. Sister Ahlburn seems to have snared john Bachman after several years of unsuc- cessful experimentation with the Betas. Sig Alphs and Sigma Phi Etas. Sister Myers announces that she will sure miss college boys next year as she and they had so much in common. Sisters Ginter and McDonnel maintain that the Tri Delt formal was the big dance of the year. but the bill never has been paid for that liquor for the orchestra. Sister Jones is practicing up on her dancing with the awkward squad in that Musical Comedy chorus. Sister Christmann announces that she would like to have someone to play around with until Brother Lockman returns to school. KAPPA DELTA The Kappa Delta physical education society recently bested the erstwhile undefeated Lam Chi's six falls to one. Among those who fell were Cobb and Lillibridge. Sisters Keck and Irma Denman claim that the chapter has been especially lucky as three of the Sisterhood. Lentz. Yvonne Partl and Russell are mystics, and three others rate very well with Brother Stump Fisher. Sister Elizabeth Partl announces that things are a bit slow this year and any of the old boy friends that have been scared away in the past can come around again. Sister Heintz has recently been appointed to handle the chapter matrimonial bureau. Sister Russell announced recently that the chapter had better pledge a very large class to take her place next year as she is graduating. KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sister Carothers summed up the opinion of the Thetas recently when she said: "No matter how long the fall you've got to stop somewhere." This year's pledges seem to have been the bump at the end of the fall. The chapter has been severely handicapped recently by the illness of Sister Dom who had to stay home and nurse a Hock of blisters acquired by playing with men's scarfs and ties. Sister Bardes believes the sisters don't need any "Mystics" if they can only rate with the men again. Sister DeSerisey has been in retirement ever since football season. "It was a pretty strenuous campaign," she asserts and anyhow she wanted to give the more bashful sisters like Bunny Thompson, Martha Laing and Virginia Bowen a chance. Martha Withrow announces that next year she will stop being a big sister to the boys. Sister McGaughey is still willing to be led if a man will come along and Mary Withrow now asserts dogmatically that there is no Santa Claus. For information on Sister Pfleger call University 772. QUOIIHIIIIIYI on pugr .ffllfl BSS t THE ZOO Welcomes University Students to the Greatest Amusement Season ever Provided in the Middle West May 22nd to Sept. llth Q3 WONDERFUL BAND CONCERTS QT! GRAND OPERA June 19th to August 13th Q53 FALL FASHION PAGEANT PURE FOOD SHOW Q3 SPECTACULAR ICE SHOWS 3, 7:30 8: 9 P. M. QU DANCING Perfect Floors-Best Music-Most Beautiful Club House in America. Boys- See Your BARBER at 228 West McMillan THE OLD BOY "CHRIS" Qincinnati Qzunsernaturg ufjlltisir AFFILIA'I'ED YVITH TIIE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Credits Are Interchangeable Where Applicable BERTHA BAUR, President E1-i Director Burnet C. Tuthill, General Manager Highland Ave., Oak St. 8: Burnet Ave. CINCINNATI CHOOSE YOUR PIANO AS THE ARTISTS DO IANOS, like people, should he judged by their companionships. So when the world's most renowned artists, such as Gieselqing, ind the Baldwin Piano, "Not a thing of wood and wires, but a sympathetic and an understanding friend," its undoubted superiority of tone and performance becomes apparent even to the uninitiated, Il VV hy not judge for yourself? Play or hear demonstrated at our display rooms, the chosen friend of the greatest artists-the Baldwin. By clppoizzt-izzmzt if tZ7t'5Z.7'FCZ7 ial In 4 57' L The Baldwin Piano Company, 142 West Fourth Street 4 T from the beginning and helped to cement the spirit that binds all the classes of several colleges ,.L...,. .....,, R - -- ,..-f--- W- - -Q - -1 . ,A - ., .. ,A rf -Ak 'f I Y, u,, ,I-,. Jil, gs, .4'!.,Q.,'l".tl-...,LI. 1 , Q. le lg A ,,.-, 1,1 .,,,, . . A , f--. 'cr-.-L -, --, ...H 'ay pf. .ji f?'Z""l .AN ' unlor Class . OFFICERS 5 it FRANK ONVENS ..... ........ P resident MARX' T. BOLGER .... . . .Vice-President MARGARET RICHEY. . . ..... Secretary ALBERT BIAYER .... .... T reasurer There will come a day, whatever clouds may have gathered in the past, when the silver shackles which at present bind our class together will be severed. In that day we shall recall these col- lege times as a Hower-strewn procession of days. And when those happy recollections shall arise, their foundation shall be the friendships, the R , group effort, the class spirit and dependence upon one another which has characterized our class V, into a great university. FRANK OwENs, President, Class of 1928. 1. I s. P"' w I f . an ., . ' 'Q fvwt 55.4. W, 1 -. rar A F Owens Holger Richey Mayer 1-Qfla S . 4 -j r' ft V 3: jfasfgh, , ,. 3, ,. H Y VV Hn , , ,.. V rj iraq-If qvpr' -'I-1"r -SF"1'.gL'1."r-'V-rv 'Q vtll V 5 N 'j 1 ,I 'I 1- t '. 3 R' 3 il - A " A nm k 'HJ " " "' 1 ' .,'i'a1A Q YL, -' H g,b5l:s1J4L.Jl?.s.-.f,4.7L-, :.'.,,N- .n. v f :F -1551 ' '.1. ,,,,' ' .1 --V-f - - nf- Y lf ' , '4 Y Q ?"5gef3'tQ' , 35 QI lUllf1.l11ll'LI from pugi -,'A'f5',l CHI OMEGA This chapter is like the proverbial tub-likely to sink any day. but Sister Terry has plugged the gap temporarily. Lately it's even getting hard for the girls to rate with the Sig Alphs. Sisters McCord and Groppenbacher are prepared to make a supreme effort next year to snare some pledges. Sisters Miller. Alte- meier and Schmidt were three shining lights of this collitci but they went out. Sisters Fillmore and Dieterle are still optimistic. They haven't travelled much. Brother Sievers after several years of studious observation ascribed the present state of the chapter to Quaker ideals on the part of the sisters. Brother Jervis disagrees with this statement however. At the present time Brother Sanger is conducting investigations in regard to these confiicting opinions. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA After a big year the Kappas are looking forward dubiously to the future. Sister Martin is firmly convinced that she can run the school by herself next year even without those seniors. Sister Lewis believes that she didn't go to so many dances this year because the men were afraid of her. Sister Gassman still gets away with that "you are the first who ever kissed me" gag on every date. Sister Baker is pretty tired of it all and wants to get a line on the big business men now. Sister Garrison believes she would be the most popular girl in the school if she lived any place but Westwood. Sister Shewman is ready any time Chats gets a good job in town. Sisters Zinke, Gebhart and Gin Evans are ready to retire. They don't like the school. never having seen much except Kappas. Sisters Knocke and Small have not yet chosen between married life and a career. DELTA ZETA This chewing gum guild had the misfortune of being founded at Miami Uni- versity. thirty miles from Cincinnati, but at that they had some good girls about five years ago. Sister Aneshansel has recently been forbidden the use of the apartment as she always brings into its sanctity a Hood of tears occasioned by a fight with one of the boy friends. Sisters Slaback and Eckman have very nice parlors. and are good at two-handed bridge. Sister White claims that unless some help comes from outside soon she is almost sure to marry an A. T. O. and this would be hard on both the Delta Zetas and the A. T. O.'s The chapter has been fortunate this year in adding Jean Ernst's "baby stare" to its roster. ALPHA CHI OMEGA The internal state of this chapter is like that of Africaefvery big and very vacant. Sister Youmans. though inactive by about four years. still hangs around to keep the chapter going and to take a look at those nize boys that Sisters Burr and Dassel bring around. Sister Phillips is a freshman and secretary of the organ- ization-we don't know what to think of the sophomores and juniors. The sisters have received numerous complaints about that parking in front of the apartment at nights, but as all are equally guilty there is no one to take up the matter. Sister Selma Fisher takes over the reins of the chapter when Sister Youmans has a date. She is noted for her ability as a comedian and for those out-of-town dates. Sisters Emerson and Harkness are in charge of rushing and they are firm in the belief that it won't be long before visiting sisters will be willing to come to Cincinnati to spend the week-ends. llilflllflilllltlf on pngc :Hill 390 Your Future Success depends on your ability to save. If you have not started on the thrift road to iinancial success, take the iirst step now by opening an account in this bank UZ INTEREST on SAVINGS Save to Learn Learn to Save The Western Bank 81 Trust Company Twelfth and Vine Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio CLIFTON HEIGHTS BRANCH A H gh Corner Cl f A d McMillan Street BOND HILL BRANCH P dd k R d and California 391 fl'nzlfizulzfflfrom fluffy .gym THETA PHI ALPHA The Theta Phi Alphas are a very consistent group of girls. but they have one great weaknessethe Spring. It is all Sister Layne can do to keep the girls at the grindstone during this dangerous period. Sisters Curry. Earls and Wellen hold their sessions in the commons during the long winter months. but with the first breath of spring they get themselves a jug of wine, a loaf of bread and Dave Pickrel and retire to Burnet Woods. Sister Ryan goes along occasionally when Dick Cunningham takes his bi-weekly cuts. f The Theta Phi Alphas always give a lot of dances so that Sister Bolger can take one of the regular boy friends to each dance. Sister Sharkey still wears that Lam Chi pin, and so far as we know this is Brother Humphries' one mistake in a career that has otherwise always reflected keen mental processes. Sister McCue only tries the boys that have stumped the other girls and is often in bad with the Sisterhood. ZETA TAU ALPHA This tong was founded to relieve crowded conditions at the Ann Louise Inn and other local establishments. About forty-five freshmen were pledged this year in the hope that two or three of them would amount to something. How- ever they all show every sign of becoming Zeta Tau Alphas. Sister Schnicke has been practicing acting and singing for three years in the musical comedy and at Pi Kap festivities of all kinds. Sister Schott likes athletics and is especially drawn to ward the short. stumpy type of football star. The tong hasn't had a real good dance since the Pi Kaps began to rate bids. but Sister Townsend believes that this is a natural condition resulting from the war where all the good men were shot. Sisters Herbst and Emig are responsible for the present corruption of our English department. It's the ideas they get from those French and Russian novels. The aggregation has Francis Hanauer. a table in the commons and regular weekly meetings. They are therefore entitled to mention in these fraternity write-ups. ALPHA DELTA THETA The Alpha Delta Theta purity league has been cleaning up the campus this year. After all it is but a little step in evolution from America's Great Unwashed to 99 44 100 pure. Sister Kienzle says that there are more Alpha Delta Thetas than anything else in Hollywood. Sister Durbin admits frankly that she is the biggest girl in the chapter. Sister Mills stated this spring that the chapter would hold its meetings on Sunday afternoons so that the girls could get out to Miami Grove on Monday nights. Sisters Todd. Weatherby and DeArrnond almost went to Sweetbriair but chose Cincinnati because of its broad minded faculty. The society will hold an "open house" whenever they get one. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Alpha Gamma Delta finally got an apartment this spring. and held an open house. The open house was not quite successful as the gifts received were only sufficient to furnish two rooms. Sisters Thorp and Winter served sandwiches. Berger and Chatiield, who always go any place where there's something to eat. were seen to wobble slightly as they left the house. Sister Walker admitted they were quite sober when they came in. Sister Landwehr is publicity agent for the chapter and drives about in a car labeled .Xl'.x. You never can tell about these women. Stella may feel perfectly all right in that car. Sisters Knorr and Laird have experienced some difficulty getting dates on Sunday nights and take this opportunity to announce that they always keep beer in the cellar and there is always something to eat in the ice box. 399 K ' 215 S ,T-av ' , Q' W 'l 41 Af, I f ATQONIZED C1112 Z Aoveonssps web '39 Q ANDTME, Omsf- of QQ jx lx LO DIDN' X , f 5 , f 1 , f - mmf- INCINN NIH NI 1 d tl t d WI ll WI D C t t Y k l 1 dX 11 11 11111 I 11 1 11 W L tl Ilt t f 1 d t p T t all req t The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. W Q Acknowledgements. . .. . Activities ........ Adams. Charles. . . Administration ..... Advertisements. . . Advertisers' Index. . . A. I. E. E ....... Allen, Ethan ..... Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Pi ..... Chi Omega .,.. Chi Sigma i.... Delta Theta . . . Epsilon Iota ..... Gamma Delta .... Kappa Kappa .... Kappa Psi ..... Alpha Tau Omega ....., Altcmeier. F. ,..,..,... American Commons Clulm .... Applied Arts Tribunal. . . A. S. M. E .,,,..... , . .xSIDll'illltS . . Athla-t if-s Ilaehmeyer. Dean A. C. , Ball and Chain ,.,..... Barrett. . .... . . Basketball ..,.,..... Basketball. Girls ..,.... Basket hall Managers ,.... Basketball Review ...... Basketball Squad Picture Base-hall. Girls .....,...... Baselrall Managers ,... Baseball Review . . . liaselvall Team ....... Battalion Formation. . . llearc-at Book ,....,.. Beauties .,..., . . Bennett. R. R .... Berger, F. D ......., . Beta Gannua Sigma .,.. Betta. Kappa ....... Beta Theta Pi .... lllue Hydra ....,.,. Board o Directors .... Bulger, Mary T, . . . Bolton. lt . ...... . Boruem:ui. William .,.. Braune Civils. . . . . Bryant. ltiehard . . Buckley. Dean. . . 1 1 C Club .,..,..,, ..,,....... Cadet Stall. llattalion l ...., Cadet Stall. llattalion ll. Cadet Otlieers ...,.. . . . Cleneral Page 399 . . . .125-134 ...136.155 ....17--1-0 ...,337-393 ......397 ......30S . . . .96. 100 282 Q60 . . . .276 . . . .262 Q71 . .5263 . . , .273 ......,Q7.3 . . . .Q-L0-Q-l-1 ,...189 .,..Q-1-6 ..4-U . . . .309 ...,..31b . . .79-194 03 ....199 S6 ....9G-99 ,...119 99 ....9G-98 .. 99 .,..1Q1 109 ....100-102 ..,...103 ....169 ......14-4 ....185-190 ......105 30 ......19-L . , , .24-'Z-243 ... 214--2215 . . . .317 .. 18 ,...154- .. .92-97 .. 92 . . . .310 .. H6 .. 26 U82 ....164- ..,.,165 . . .166-167 Index Calendar .....,.... Campus Club ....... Campus Impressions. . Campus Organizatio 'C Carson. Dr. Arch. I.f.' 5 Chambers, Coach B. B Chandler. Dean F. W. Chemists' Club ,.,.,.. Chi Omega ....,..... Cineinnatian. The 1927 Cincinnatus Society. . , Co-Ep Cluli ,.,....,. C 0-Op Q luh ...,.,... Co-Op Commerce Club .... Co-Up Dance ........ Co-Op Engineer .... Corps' Colors ..,. Council of Six ..,, Copyright ...., Crainpton. F .....,.. Cross Country Team . Cunningham, R. C ',,. Cynie .,...... ..,,. Danee Cluh ......,... Dayton Football Game DeCamp and Sellnicke. . . Deliate Council ...,., Dedication ...,... Delta Delta. Delta. . . Delta Phi Epsilon. . . Delta Sigma Pi ..... Delta Tau ....... Delta Tau Delta ...... Delta Zeta ........... Denison Foothall Game. . . Dial. It . ,..,..,........ Dorie Urtlcr ,......,. Dorniitory Council ..... Dust . F. ........,. . Dunlop, G. lt ,.., Dyer. Dean ..... Earl y .......,........ 61,2 .,.. . . ...... 4? Engineering: Tribunal ...,......., Enlisted Detachment. ll. 0. T. C Eta lxappa Nu ,...... .......... Feat urcs ...,... Felloweraft ....... Fencing. Woiuens . Fcrson. Dean .... Filger. Joseph ,... Fischer. S ....... Fisher. N. . . Page . . 340-353 . . . , . .265 .....11-16 ...QR7-320 S1 so, 96, ion 19 ....31Q .,....256 ...ISIS-137 ....195 ..,,Q95 3' I6 SUT ....159 ....1-l-0 1 ti 9 2 U 0 Q H , DU ....11U 99 .-.141 123 92 . . . .149 302 -1 ..,.lm . ,253 . .ftili , .979 ...QS3 H218-219 ..,.Q5S . .... SS . . ,9S. 102 QS1 . -394 .. S7 103 ..-17 ...QS-101 nn . . . OJ 1 urs -300 .,..1TS-184 . .233-239 ....l'20 .. '34 .. S5 ....150 MSS 894- Football ...,,.... . . . Football Nfanagers ..... Football Review ........ Football Squad ..... ,. N.-. . . . . Foreign Group of Students ,... Foreword ..............l... Franz, Richard ...... "Fraternities" .,..,.. . . K'Fraternity Situation". . . French Club. . . . ........ Freshman Class Oliicers ..,. Freshman Reception ,..... . . Freshman Snapshots ...,,........ Freshman Y. IXI. C. A. Cabinet .... "Freshmen" ...,.......... . . , Fresh Painters ....., Fresh Painters Club .... Frontispiece. . G Garvin, G .....,...... . Geary, Col. J. T .....,... General Engineers' Club ..... Gervers ..................,.. "Girls 1Yho Played the Game". . . Graduates .................... Greek Games .... . . . H Hallerman ..,.................... "Heaven and Earth llay Pass Away" Herman, R ........... . .......... Hicks, Pres. F. C .... Hilker, G .......... Hockey, Girls' .,....,,. Honorary Fraternities. . . Humor. ...,..,..... . . I "If Dreams Come True". . . . Intra-Mural Athletics .,.. Iota Chi Epsilon ..... Iota Sigma Pi ...... J Junior Advisors ..... ..... Junior Class Officers. . . Junior Promenade .... Junior Snapshots ..... K Kappa Alpha Chi. .. . . . . . Kappa Alpha Theta .... Kappa Delta. ..,.. .... Kappa Delta Pi .............. Kappa Kappa Gamma ............ Kentucky YVesleyan Football Game.. . . . Kindle, Joseph .............,..... Cleneral Index fContinuedj Page L . . .S+-95 Lambda Chi Alpha ,,., . . . . . . . 95 Laurence, D.C .... . . . . . . 85 Lawyer Snapshots. . . . . . . 85 Literary Society. . . . ...313 8 .....9S,101 . . . . .338-3-H 326 .....319 37 ...158 .....l31 ,.,..320 ...1-1-8 150 H4 ...IOS ...162 .....311 93 ,.,..330 ....,41-77 ...122 ...88, 112 ...U329 85 ....17,79 ..,..105 ...,...1l8 .,...191-206 .....321-344 .......,331 .....112-113 . . . . .226-227 .......205 ...H292 .....15-l--155 .....128-129 ...249 ...255 ...25-1 ...286 ...257 S6 ...137 "Love and Honorl' .... Lush, E. B ......., . . . M McCue, Terry. Lush .......... McLaren, Coach G. IV, . . Maguire. Martha ...... llajor Sports ,........... lNIarietta Football Game ..,. llartz. 1Villiam ...,.... lllayer, A ............., . Medical College Ofhcers .... lledic Snapshots ........ Mehl. J ....,......,.. Meitus and Fischer. llelocly Club ..... iNIen's ' Men's Interlocal Pan-Hellenic Association Men's Pan-Hellenic Association ....... Men's Vigilance Committee ...... Meyers, S ................ Miami Football Game .... Blilitary Ball ...,..,.. Military Faculty '... . Military Snapshots ......,, Military Section ............ "Moon. Man. and Woman". . . , More. Dean L. T ...,.....,. Morgan, A. R. . . . Mottern, E. F .,.. Mummers ..... Myst ic 1 3 .... , N Newman Club ................ Nurses Snapshots ,.......... Nursing and Health Officers .... Nu Sigma N u .............. Nutrition Club ..... . O Oexman, H .................... Ohio University Football Game .... Omega Upsilon Phi ...........,. Organizations ................. Otterbein Football Game .... "Our Own Beauty Sectionu. . "Our Prom Queen" ...... . . Out-of-Town Girls, Club ,.... P Paleolinguists .... . Papyrus ............. Partl, Elizabeth ......... Pechstein, Dean L. A .... Phi Alpha Delta ....... Phi Beta Delta ..,.. Glee C lub ,............ .......... Page 22-1-225 28 .,..133 .,.,303 326-327 ....150 ....150 .,...S-L. 10-I ....188 .83-106 S9 ....101 89 38 .,..132 97 ....150 ....300 ...298 ...209 ....20S ....316 ...9S,111 9-I ....1G0 ....163 ....171 161-172 ....328 ....22 18 ....137 146-147 ...,197 ....3O-I .,.13-1 39 .,..270 ....305 ....111 90 ....272 191-320 87 32-1-325 ....332 ....320 ....318 ....203 ....187 21 ....274 228-229 395 .202 General nflex ttfontinuedl Page Phi Beta Kappa .... .-,- 1 92 Phi Chi .......,. .A,4 Q 78 Phi Delta .......... - - 359 Phi Delta Kappa .,.. 2 . -296 Phi Delta Phi .... -...- Q S4 Phi Delta Theta .... - - -Q15-9-17 Phi Epsilon Pi ..,. V - -930-231 Phi Kappa ......... - - .944-9443 Phi Sigma Sigma .... ..-.- 2 U7 Pi Chi Epsilon. . . . . .204 Pi Delta Epsilon. . . ,...A 202 Pi Kappa Alpha .,.. . . .220 221 Pi Tau Sigma ..,,,.... . . .285 Pi Theta ......,...,.... .,... 2 77 Professional Fraternities. , . . . .269-286 Prom Committee ........ ......, 1 55 Publications ...... .,.. 1 35-111 Quinn. . . .. . 87 Retreat ,........... . . .172 Rietman Dorothy ........ . . .151 Rifle Team, Girls' ......... .,,., 1 2-L Rifle Team. 311-n's R.. 0. ...... 170 R. O. T. C. Vaclet ,........ .... 1 G8-11351 R. O. T. V. Shield .... ,.,.. 1 -12 "Sailor Story" ....... .... 3 311-335 Scalnliard and Blade ,... ..... 2 S0 Schneicler. Dean I-I .... . . . 20 Schnielie. II ......,. , . .11-9 Schott .....,......,...,.. . . . S9 Scorelvoarcl. Miami Game .... , 11-1- Senior Plans Otlicerf ....... ..,.. 2 31- Senior Hop. .I .... ....,.. 1 .36 Senior Snapshots .... .... 1 2.3 127 Sharkey. Patricia. . . .... 186 Shelton. 14' ...,... .. 113 Shewman, 1.ela ......,. ,... 1 U0 Siglflllil .Xlpha Epsilon .... . , .212 213 Sigma. Alpha 11111 ...... .222-223 Sigma t'hi ....... ...210 211 Sigma Della Tau. . . .... 261 Sigma Phi Rta ..,. . . .236 237 Sigma Sigma ,.,.. .... 1 96 Sigma Tau Phi. . , ...,.. 24-S "Silver Salrre" ,...., .... 1 -19 151 Sinirall. Dean J. P .... .,.... 2 .3 Single. . . ..,,.,. ..... 5 lll Smith. 11. 111 ....... ........ 1 16 Social 1:I'tlt.C1'111l,1t'h. . ..., '207-250 Social Occasions ..,. . . .... 15:1-160 Sociology Vluh ....,,.,.. ....... I 119 Sophomore Class Ullieers. . . . 36 Sophomore Counniwsion. . . . . .293 Sophomore 11op .,... , , . . . .157 Sophomore Snapshots .... ,,..,,, 1 30 Sororities ............. ...J251-268 Special Occasions ..,..,. bti1I'lL'K. . . ...,...... . . , . Student .Xflministration ...,. Student Vouncil .,...... . Student Urcliestrn. . . Swimming, Henk.. . T Table of Contents. , . . . Tau Beta Pi ...... Tau Delta. Phi ...... Tau Kappa Alpha ,... Taylor. W. H ..,.... Tennis Team ...,. Theatricals ...... Theta Phi Alpha .... Thornh ury ....... Title Pag C Track .......... Track Managers. . . Track Review. . . Track Team ......... Triangle. Tri-State Touruanleut .....,. . L. 1'lex ............. .. lfiiiveraity Rand ..... 1'niversity News. . . V Yalentiner. if . .. ....., Vairsity .Xrt tfluln. . . . . 1Yt-stern Reserve W "1Yhy They Rate Fraternities", "1Yhy They Rate Sororitiesn. . 11 illiarne .....,............ 1Yilson. Miami Vaptain .... 1Yinant. .L 1" ........... . 1Yithr1 nv. M .............. 1Yittenlnerg lfoothall Game ..... Woiuenk XYUIIIPII 5 Women 5 1Yomen 5 Womeuk Athletic .Xssoeiatiou . Athletics .......... Glee Cluh .... . . . . League of Yoterr. . . . . 1'an-111-lleuie ,MM veia 1 ion ........ Football Garne. . . Yvomen s Vigilance l'ommittee ..........,. Womeifs Student tlovernmenl Association .... '1- TYUIIIUIINS lrillunal. , .,.......,., . . . . . 1Yrestling .........,, . , . Y Young B10I1'S Christian Xssoeiatiou. . . . . Young 1Yomen's l'ln'istian Association ..... xi. C. A. I11lI1k1l5nn1i ..,.........., . , Z Zeta Tau Alpha. . , . . . Page 173-154 ..,. 93 . .29-10 . .210-32 . .296 ....1US ll ....1!13 Q32-23:3 ....2ll1 1315.1-14 ,.. 111 ....11.J-1.5-2 2 .3 9 E11 5 1111--1Uti lou 1114-105 , . . .1015 23-1-233 ...114 19S ,ny- ...,-., 13341321 102 :Sol .. U1 .322 H323 S11 U1 ....14e1 15.3 -rs ....11T ' 1-'4 ...11.v- - .,..29E1 . ,315 2911 291 ..,.314 ....10!1 ...ARSD .AZSS ..,.l-13 ..'3h1 396 Advertisers, Index K Kissel-Skiles Co. . . . . . Km 1w1' les, Printers. . . , Krell Piano Co .... Kruckemeyer Co. . . . . , . M Methodist Book Concern .... . Page A American Laundry Machinery Co .... .,,. 3 47 Anderson Book Co ...... .- . .... 34-1 i B Baldwin Piano Co ,... . . . ...V 339 Ballauer, Christ ..... ...V 3 39 Bardes Ranges .... 335 Biedenhcnder ........., 33-3 Bishop Motor Car Co ...., 353 Bissinger's ,.......... 341 Bostonian Shoes. , . 349 C Cincinnati Conservatory of Music .,.. 389 Cincinnati Milling Machine Co ...,,..... 393 Cincinnati K Suhurhan Bell Belephone Co ,.., ,.,. 3 51 Cincinnati Zoo Park Association ..,...... 389 Co-operative Book Store ..,...... 335 Cosmopolitan Bank K Trust Co .... 381 D Davis, Mark-Insurance ..... 345 Dolle, VValter P ........ , . . 353 E Excelsior Laundry Co ...,..,. 353 F Fielman Dairy Co .....,..... Fifth-Third-Union Trust Co ..,. Fillmore Music House ....,.. First National Bank .... French Bros. Bauer Co .... G Gildehaus, Gus ..,..., . . , Green Lantern Tavern .... H Hake, Harry .... . . . Henshaws ..... J Jahn Sz Ollier Engraving Co ..... Johnston, Paints ........... 369 355 373 359 34-9 381 373 365 357 34-3 377 Miami Coal Co. ., , , . . .. Miller Jewelry Co. . . Model Laundry Co. . . 4 Morton 1 irit l Co .,.. . . . X Naegele Dry Cleaning Co ..... P Pollack Steel Co ........ . . . Powell X YYhite, Printers .....,... Page ....34-9 .,..3'73 .,..361 ....37'7 ..,.369 ....377 ,...3S1 ....3G5 ....365 ,...365 . .,.. 369 Provident Saving Bank 8 Trust Co. . , .... 363 R Rapid Electrotypc Co ..... Repro Eng 1'zi ving Co ..... . Republican Publishing Co. . . Richardson and Taylor. . . . Riehle's Cafeteria. , ,... , . . S Schaefer, Andy ..,...... . . . Shipley Sandwich Shop .... Stearns and Foster Co ..... Stier, R, J ........... Stier's Pharmacy ..... Strietman Biscuit Co ..,. . . . U Ifnited States Playing Card Co .... Cniversity of Cincinnati ...... University Commons ..,. University News ..... . . V Victor X-ray Corporation ....... W Webb Studio ................ Western Bank and Trust Co .... Western Newspaper Union .... Wocher, Max and Son Co ..... ....367 ....361 ....3'71 ,...361 ...,361 ,...345 ....357 ....35'7 ....34-9 ....35'7 ....3-15 ....3'75 ...,3-19 ....379 ....383 ....387 ....391 ....385 ....341 Az: Last - we near the end. A momentous year in our history is about to expire. We have sworn, nay, we have cursed, we have slaved, toiled. fought. l1UXf'l.4'dli.ii11Zll1lCfl. and We have risen to ethereal heights only to be cast down to the bottonless pits of melancholia. Yesewe have had quite a time. one that has been worth many millions of shekels. and yet we would not go through it again for many millions of Shekels. lYhere are our friends of the early autumn they have lost track of us during our days, rather nights-for a. yearbook is really a product of darkness. you start out in complete darkness and only begin to see the dawn o' " it when the task is nigh well completed-of seclusion. A few of the old rt lt ole ones have dropped in now and then with a ham sandwich to kill a few hours in that favorite indoor sport., of college people, a Bible session. But the last few months have been a solid grind. with pens scratching. pencils grating, typewritcrs rattling. scissors snipping, cameras clicking, and a perfect inferno of other sounds. XXX- pause and listen-all is quietfthis unnatural silence provokes a. shiver down one's backbone. Can it be possible that this is the f,'incinnatia.n ottice and all is still even though it is three o'clock in the morning. Ah. yes it is true' and We begin to think back over the year and remember the bright spots. and Ueir creators. K They indeed deserve our utmost gratitude and appreciation. Tlierc is Air, YV. Carson YYebb of the lYebb Studios, to whom we are indebted for his kindly consideration and earnest. cooperation. To llr. Peter Gurwit we are grateful for his help in the selection of the theme. To Bliss Elizabeth Youmans we wish to express our real appreciation for her help in artistically executing the theme: and to Bliss Sarah Fern Sharp we are indebted for her invaluable assistance with the Senior section of the book. And although their work is only beginning we may not forget the wonderful coopera- tion we have had from itlr. Ralph Block and llr. Glen Holden of the Republican Publishing Company. These. and many others, have all toiled in the construction of this book. the 1927 C'INC'INNATIAN. of whom-for to us it has become a living personf we cannot help but say "lIay God bless and keep her always as a living memorial of the year ISDQG-'27 at the lvniversity of Cincinnati." ZLL! QQQQZQ, MMV 398 ., I .a ,f x . .RQ-V, rf.- .,5,. I . 1 V' , - EE ' 9. ia vi QW-J'2'f.t'+f : ', N. if 'vw ., Ag '-,,j. IZ, '-,Q-1i'i1:'?1. , f ' . " Qu ' .Q-11-5-1. w -Arg. . .:. nv 1 i.--'ez gi. . 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Our ambitions are high, for we feel that, as Sophomores, we are at once the most important and the luckiest class of the school. Vile are the most important. because to us is now handed the sacred obligation of carrying on the Work and aspirations of the student. body that further development of the spirit of demo- cratic fellowship, friendship, and co-operation. Wie are the luckiest, because We, and We alone, have two years of happy memories to look back upon, and two years of work and pleasure before us. VVith the achievement of our predecessors as a spur, may we continue to uphold the ideals and traditions of llc-illicken in a worthy manner. RICHARD W. FRANZ, President, Class of 1929. -W' J' Z- FI :lnz Bucher Sha rkey Grisclly 5. , ir I Iggy i,,-, V -.. ,W -Y sv X Je ,J - sw i,Q.'f"'1'e ' fs' 'X 'x', I " 9 4, - ' .L ' 1. -. .U ,1 , '...'. ,- l 36 -- .- -v .ff vv ww, -'rin' V-..--.-... W --4 'z 1 r" . r', if log' , I fs .gl "v - Y :- n c fbi I I 1 1 I I' -- W-,,. , , .. I. 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Us QL .. rlfm ,lf Rf. ,- tx ui N, - r. ', 4,5 ' .j ', 'V ,Q-M, ,V wl'l 'fxllilf'E14.i'1l4'Y'.V'.l,.'MI-':,4'il,1:.'HV,4.,'. ,-'gy ,. U, - . .N ,il 'Ai ', m. . q . x I X ffm gag' 'X " W ill 'ii,'?f""li1::k'41N,N'gxxg':'1'," Vim VT'f75.1 l L E i x? ,j- "H , ,T . V ' " ' AJ. I ' :QQ 5 , V:E5.,.,,iV , V ..g,, , u,. , ,,1 -Aff '1gg , :l.'.. g,:Q,:gV ry,Vq w . ,' .1 ' E "x Q ' . , ' . V' 4' ' V , . ' 'Mm Nm' raw . 'f 1w'1 M2csff5iL'1 . "'-:Nfl '1Uf"2"1ff . vis' wif' :R , ' -fff' . fi V ' 3. ' .f . 1- 1?--1 ' V MJ. ..-Lil i..-N .W ,,,N 1. V. V. fu w1,,.,Vs1., 'K A ,V ,I --. - ,. Q. , .. Xlimu r-' 134BLM+ V 15-,, , ,,:51f.g, :'yI,V -.4 V . .,, J.--1.-EV 4, ,HL I Va' J - - V dl . , ,lj 4 - . X 4' ...Q3 -. H- .. .Q 'M fVa1f" m...n,.a.PVn:w.iu1mf1"f1.V m ' vs' 'Kia '. '-'I-'Z' NF . " A A 'lr ' u' - .- -if. U f 11.0 .An :lf M ....,..., .-,-'.,- -7f:., v' la, litinf' "FQ ' A lx 31 . J- ' I it '. pl-'Ex ff' ' 1 E ai'- 4 . . 1 . r I - ,.. , u. Freshman Class OFFICERS ALBERT BOLLINGER .... ....... P resident ELIZABETH COOK. . . .... Vice-President BIELBA PHILLIPS. . . . ,...., Secretary XvINCEXT DUFFY .... .... T reasurer Greetings from the Freshman Class to old U. C .3 to all who work within its stately walls! lNIay we, the Freshmen. strive to attain the higher state of physical stamina, moral integrity, and mental astuteness which will enable us not only to emulate, but to surpass the high standards which we found when we became students of the University of Cincinnati last fall. We wish to express our appreciation for the good fellowship with which we have been received into the life of our chosen college. The change from High School Seniors to College Freshmen is by far tl1e most important which has so far entered our lives. It is not so much the feeling generally talked about of falling from the head of things to the bottom and beginning all over again: it. is more that we, who feel justly proud of having completed four years of High School work find ourselves confronted with such a vast void of learning. that we realize that only through the greatest effort and keenest desires can we hope to make even the faintest impression in the resilient surface of educational and research work. If the world is to increase its store of intellectual wealth, if society is to advance in culture, then all Freshmen everywhere must take the initial step in the long path which only ends in achievement. ALBERT E. BOLLINGER, President. Class of 1930. Bollinger Cook - Phillips Duffy 1'1 U I L' LJ FY be If .'.e "'r'i-fr? . il' -xi. '4' 'Lf f.L' Q.-nl-.'L.g3J -U....' 4 . n'- K' 'X '1 -L n kj vvxfe-Xi."i--' . ' iix':fips:Tf'.i'.'4iii ' n. - -.fx.7f.g.?"f.-' 's"?'. " - T.'f",.., ,.i-"'f" - -'.'f.f- Q a r- " r .-X 4 ',.. X--.f 37 . V v .. vfv -.-- Wi v .. -, I I I .1,4L ,il I ylgs' 4, ' ,- sw., -il, ollege of Medicine WILLIAM REGAN ..,. JAMES IIOXVLES. XVILLIAM DAVIN ASHTON YVELSH. . . OFFICERS .President, Class .President, Class .President, Class .President, Class of 1927 of 1928 of 1929 of 1930 i, fx ' I uf.. -.vgi r", 51,3 . rx' ., ,Q .sl 11 1th the approach of Commencement we are indeed proud and happy that we are to be Doc- tors of hledicine. Wie 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 profession we have assumed an obligation to conduct ourselves in accordance with its ideals. Wlith these thoughts in view we are now about to take our leave, and departing We wxish to render thanks to the City of Cincinnati, to the Patrons of our University and of our hledical Col- lege, and to our teachers, whom we have come to respect and to so highly esteem during our years of training here. It is our most sincere wish that we may, in some measure, justify the efforts of these, our benefactors. Rogan Howles Davin Welsh xjif. ' . ti r , Ax: --1- - f'rl-fi"-.' I--y --our-"-Jr'-vrivl' ','v':N1v xr 1 'f -'x P' rn . ,--, i ' 1', if " '.,' " 4 gi". yhv s",,l l r "' -' i-as ' "Ai ..-lf 'ns "Zinn ' -'-K 1.84,-i 'Qty' --1-'Jud 1 l .., ,-.i 1 38 9 ' 1 A I' 5 I r fin I 1- ,- I I v ,lvl V! n"4 C: 'fu sl In I '43 'w 'le n rr urifi' - f I, 4 L U rv, vw, , l tn ' 'l " 'Q ,YW rn, 'R r "g Vg F' in sri 91 r', .- 4 a,. s f..4, . - Q Av- A - School of ursingt and Health OFFICERS AMY LOUISE FISHER .... .... P resident, '27 IRENE SAVAGE ..... . , . . . .President, 'Q8 PHYLLIS XVOLFE. . . . , .President, '29 At the close of our three years as students of the School of Nursing and Health Ive go forth to carry our message of health to the hu1naII race. The debt of gratitude which we ovve to those who have had to do with our education can best be paid through loyalty to our Alina iNIater and through service in our chosen profession. May we hold in our hearts always the ideal of service. AMY LOUISE FISHER- President, Class ofl19Q7. Fisher Savage Wolfe v 1 V- 1 . X . 1- p - ' . 1. 1 ii' xgifi Ai I l X 1 ' jf 4- ,ids ....4.. A 1- . - ' ' .giff I ' ' "irJkf" 39 f I Men Students' ribunal of the School of Applied Arts OFFICERS HERMAN RoNsH1c1M ..., .,.......... .,.... P r esident R.IC'H,kR1J HART ...., . , .Vice-President J. NV. HARGRAVE, . , ..,... Secretary R. H. ELLISTON ..,. ..,...,...,..........,..,........,.. ' 1' reasurer The Men Students' Tribunal of the School of Applied Arts is composed of four seniors. three juniors. two pre-juniors. and one sophoniore. Its purpose is to regulate and coordinate the student activities of the school. to he responsible to the director of the school for student discipline, and to represent the students in their relations with the faculty. The present Tril1una.l was elected as El temporary organization to prepare 21 constitution and to conduct elections for a. fully empowered Tribunal. lNIEMBERS l.. IC. Bard L. J. hlarioni J. R. Danfortli P. F. Nocka, C. YV. Everett, H. J. Ritterliolz R. A. Kennedy P. G. Sanderson V. R. Keller Ilill'g.'1lVC Hurt Murioni Dxinfortli Ritterlmolz Ronsheim Sanderson Noekn Kennedy . -'IK 2 'ix ' F '. "Q" ' F , - .lg L di- 1 . ! ' x -,f Mk A... -LO ', V ". f ' W -A ,:-, . l ! S N S T333 HW M LL ' 1 " 'G?Wi " ? .Q"!fiTi1'Z1'5fQ 2 6 . F? :KS PI 7 Q' ,- 4y 4 'fl ' 3' . Q E15 Nz, ..,4 E? 34 LN f f fr v fai F ,E 14 . 1 0 P E r 1 L P' 4 5 ' n 'Y -v I 1 ' ff' 'rf' 7 1H"'ffi1e-1 , ,474 - ,FQ up . . 4 - , Q 5 A , . 1, . ,:."A 1 'U - ' 4 p X , - Q ,V 'I A .I ' '.' u inmgi ..."'." LI .ll Q - ',w ' -, x ' '4. 72.1 E .fm 1 . , r 1 4 'pr I J. .v ' Q v 'Hz 1 f i-Fx J ir. ,,- - 7 Q 1 w ny ij: Y 1 .. 5- f .. QL .,,,. .I 1 W , n I I T' ALINE L. ABAECHERLI, A.B.: AAO, HDD. , Hughes High School. , W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Palaeolinguists, Vice-President 3, President 4:'Glee . Club 1: University News 2, 3: Aspirants 2, 3: Thoms Honorary Scholarship 2: A ' Juiiior Show 3: McMicken Honorary Scholarship 3: A. A. W. W. Scholarship ' 3, . i STEgIIiAi M.AE ADAMSON, B.E.: Campus Club, KAII, TKA, Hughes High School. Y. W. C. A. 5: W. S. G. A. Council 5: French Club 5. I VIRGINIA M. AHLBURN, B.S.: AAA, KAII, Mystic 13, Papyrus. Hughes High School. W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A., Second Cabinet 3, Cabinet 4, Treasurer 4: Girls' Glee Club, Librarian 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: Cincinnatian 1, 2, 3: Uni- versity News 1: Hotel Varsity 1, 2: Aspirants 1. 2: Secretary of Class 2: Busi- ness Manager Greek Games 2: Literary Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Musical Comedy 2, 3, 4: Vice-Chairman Freshman Commission 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Junior Show Committee 3: Vice-President Students' Club 3: Fresh Painters 3, 4: Vice-President oi Class 4: Executive Board of Student Council 4: Secretary of Student Council 4. MARGARET AHRENS. B.E. KATHERINE DEPREZ ALEXANDER, B.E.: ZTA. Hughes High School. DAVID ALLEN, M.B. ETHAN N. ALLEN, B.S.: BOH, "C." Withrow High School. Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 3, 4. WILSON E. ALSOP, M.B.: HKA, NSN. Columbia City High School, Columbia City, Ind.: University-of Kentucky. Undergraduate Pediatrics Society 4, 5, President 5. ESTHER AMIRKHANIAN, A.B.: Campus Club. Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1: Greek Games 2: French Club 4. EMMA ANDREWS, B.S.: ZTA, HEI. Beaver High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2: Students' Club C. K. T. S. 3, 4. Vice-President 3, President 4: Women's Debating 4. WILSON J. ANDREWS, A.B. Woodward High School. Spanish Club 1: Y. M. C. A. 3, 4. EDWARD V. ARBAUGH, JR., B.S.: YIJK. , " Martin's Ferry High School, Martin's Ferry, Ohio. O 1 C A Newman Club: Men's Glee Club: Mumrners 1, 2, 3: Fresh f l Painters: Musical Comedy 1: Pre-Medic Club 1, 2: Chemists' 'i Club 1, 2: Council of Six 4. 731.1 J - 4 si f 4 I Ili 514-,IN .ef ' CWI, '. l v -Qld" 41 N 1 I 1 , ,7'k0'-1Q",f"' I , . "' ' wr- ':- Y, 'lv-L' Mgr' , fa ' 0 -F . f . --2-2 3,34-I . ' A ., , ff ' , Hr kn- H" ,..r 1 4 'x " 'E 1 . 4.- ' ,D X A 1 JA -v- L -. I ,. Sq v fx, ' ' l I K, .,,fd .f 3 ,V 1 1 1 -rl w r 17,4 'Q Q an . '- - w I . x ' 4 , ' -4 1 w f f 1 I ,a 5 A L Qui -':- .1 ,' 11 -x 5, .V J. ,- - 1:4 . . . . 1-'QQ .qv lx ,f :"f 4' 1 'K ' .' . 7- ' V .. . -I - fjziti aw. . - . . . . .. "lu- . Q . - v' agi- 9 " w , -, 515 : - - , I' Q A .-, 1 4 ,. - ,. I 1 1,5 la n .p V A' r ' "f'u's?? ' '24 ,fig 5 Q-1 .ffie 525 ' 4 1 , . H -Jr ' n Y '...:, CHARLES D. ARING, B.S., NEN. West Night High School. Pre-Medic Club 13 Chemists' Club 2. ZELDA D. ARMBRUST, A.B.: KA. Hughes High School. Thorns Honorary Scholarship 2: Junior Adviser 3g French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Literary Society 3, 4, President 49 McMicken Honorary Scholarship 3, Junior Show Committee 35 University News Staff, 3 4. NORMAN ARNOLD, E.E.g HKN. New London High School, New London, Ohio. A. I. E. E.g Co-op Clubg Dormitory Council 4, 5g Cadet Stal! 4, 5. LORENZO L. ATKINS, Com. E.g IXE, AEH Central High School, Muskogee, Olda. Co-op Club: A. I. E. E. lg Chemistry Club 1g Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, 53 Council of Six 5, Glee Club 5. NORMAN P. AUBURN, A.B.g AXA, UAE. Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. Mummers, Men's Glee Club 1, 2, Publicity Manager 3, 45 University News 2, 3, 43 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 49 Freshman Soccer Team 15 Sophomore Hop Corn- mittee 2g Sophomore Soccer Team 2, Treasurer of Class 3: Musical Comedy Production Committee 3, 4, Fresh Painters 3, 4, Junior Corner Committee 3: Student Council 4, Council of Six 45 Senior Hop Committee 43 Pan-Hellenic Delegate 4. JOHH BEACHMAN, A.B.g EX, 117.141, EE, Ulex, Ball and Chain, A . Withrow High School. Captain Contest Day 1: Class President 27 Student Council 2, 35 University News 2, 3, 45 Mummers 2, 33 Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, Secretary 3, First Vice-President 4: Vigilance Com- mittee 2g Hotel Varsity 25 Soccer Team 23 Chairman Calendar Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 35 Alu.mnal Theatre Party Committee 33 Pan-Hellenic Delegate 3, 4, Chairman Senior Hop Committee 45 President Freshman Law Class 4. FRITZI-MAY BAKER, A.B.g KK I", Mystic 13, Papyrus. Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: Musical Comedy, Dance Club 1, 2, 31 W. A. A. 1, 2, 3g Greek Games 1, 2: Fresh Painters 2, 3, 4, Mummers 2, 35 Viee-Presi- dent of Class 2: Cincinnatian Staff 3, 4, Junior Advisor 3: Junior Show Com- mittee 3g Hotel Varsity Committee 33 Senior Speaker 45 Secretary of Class 41 Fall Homecoming Committee 4. J. F. BATEMAN, M.B. JEANELLA BAUGHMAN, Diploma in Nursing. Jackson Center High School, Jackson Center, Ohio. OGDEN H. BAUMES, JF., M.B.g NEN. Withrow High School. EVELYN BEINS, B.E.g HO. Lockland High School, Lockland, Ohiog Miami University. MYRON H. BEITMAN, A.B.: EAM, TKA. Walnut Hills High School. Debating, Chemistry Club 1. , ,' , 1, - x 4- V r'xfi'eI:'5' 42 ..,' z"1 ' .J rel eg! v u l 1 v 1 l lr ,. N 11: 1-- 44' 'Nw Ll 'il' 'Ar 4. 9 'm .i' 1- ... '-1 v v 4 I B QV! xi 1 . I. i 1 ri, l ',.. ag 'F' 'L r EARL R. BELDON. B.S. Brownstown High School, Brownstown, Ind. MARTHA BENNET, B.E. WILL C. BENTON, Corn. E., ATQ, AKll', "C," Ogden Preparatory School, Bowling Green, Ky. Co-op Club: Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club: Assistant Manager Baseball 1: Freshman Wrestling 1: Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 53 Baseball Manager 2g Cross Country Squad 2, 3: Track Squad 2, 39 "C" Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Chairman Co-op Stag Committee 4, Chairman Co-op Dance Committee 5. FREIDIRIKS D. BERGER, A.B.g ATA, IIAE, EE, Ball and Chain. ex. Hughes High School. Treasurer of Class 29 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 43 Cincinnatian 2, 3, Managing Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Geneva Fellowship 37 President National Student Federation oi America 4. FRIEDA FREUND BERGMAN, B.S. East Night High School, Miami University. Menorah Society lg German Club 2, Choephori Club 3. JEANETTE BERTRAM, B.E.g ZTA. Hughes High School. G. HAROLD BEST, Ch. E.: Scabbard and Blade. Boys' High School, Frederick, Md. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary and Drum Major 2, 3, Vice-President and Drum MaJor 4, President and Drum Major 5: Co-op Club: Student Symphony Or- ihfgstra 13 Musical Comedy 25 Dormitory Council 4, 53 Cadet Staff R. O. T. C. IRENE BEST, Diploma in Nursing. Winchester High School, Winchester, Ind. KATHARINE M. BETZ, Com. E., BGA, IIKE. Ursuline Adademy. W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A., Co-ep Club, Chairman Stadium Committee 15 Uni- versity News 15 Chairman Co-ep Dance 2, Chem-Commerce Club 3, 4, 55 New- man Club 3, 4, 5. BARBARA BISCEGLIA, B.S. Middlesboro High School, Middlesboro, Ky. HAROLD BISHOP, A.B. CARLTON F. BLICKLEY, C.E,g Triangle. Union High School, Grand Rapids, Mich. Co-op Club: Braune Civils: Football 3. J 41 u 545' 1 ' s P A. ...VL 43 . ,1.-l.. -f .. 1 r fr"'... 'v-,".f I r ., A l ...7 I rl,-,f , II LLOYD M. BLOCK, B.S. Hughes High School, Harvard University. EVA RUTH BLOOM, A.B., AKIPE, TKA. t I Hughes High School. Menorah 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2: W. S. G. A. 19 Debate Squad 3, 4, League of Women Voters 3, 4. , 1 1 VERDA BLOOMOFF, B.S. 'I PAUL W. BLOSSOM, M.B. I Morton High School, Richmond, Ind.: Earlham College. SARAH MELISSA BOND, Diploma in Nursing. Ft. Recovery High School, Ft. Recovery, Ohio. I Melody Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM K. BORNEMAN, C.E.g ATQ, Ulex, UC." . ALVIN R. BOTTLER, Com. E.: EKIHH, ASH, BFE, Scabbard and Blade. Withrow High School. I Co-op Club: Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary 53 Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 53 Cadet Staff 4, 55 Military Ball Committee 43 Business Manager R. O. T. C. I Shield 43 Cincinnatian Staff 5. u ..I I . VVILLIAM BRADFORD, M.B. ' l RAY BRADLEY, A.B., AXA, IIAE. Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. University News Staff: Y. M. C. A. 1, 3, Cincinnatian 4. L . - J 1 I I l WILLIAM A. BRATBURD, B.S. 4 " East Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohio. i Co-op Club 1, 2, 3. 4: A. S. M. E. 1, 2, 3: Fresh Painters 3: Mum- mers 35 President Modarch 3, -l: Applied Arts Club 4, 5. I . yr I LAURA ELIZABETH BREWER. A.B. I f Woodward High School. L+ ' Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: Sociology Club 43 Student Assistant in Psychology 4. y 't' I Y. ' v EUGENIA LOUISE BRISCOE, A.B.: AKA. - , ,l Sumner High School, St. Louis, Mo. 'I,,, . Inter-racial Club: Student Delegate to Geneva Y. W. C. A. Con- H," ' ference 23 Sociology Club 3, 4. I'.v 1 if A21 V + . ,, Q fi . ' ffl ig ' ,I 1 ' F. 'f 3' '-ur '--v'v-r I.J'v-'-r-r- 1. Q If gl! lk Ig, . 'A .11 -, 5, I""vI.,. .1 ,rN,I3 4 S 5' - I ', ,..." ' I, . 'ii K -dr. JL A- -'L flrtfghuc-fti. 41.1 H 1 .--1 44 .,...M-, , L J. 'YYY V Y YWWWY WWW YY V P77 fa fa 1 wr -Y v v -- . - Y, .y-Q' :,..' N. . rf. -1-'I If -k bffb.'31?4.l.-fig1.hCi-.' iii' l-ff-.. Q - 1 ' X B w 2 , 1 x -Jud 1 H1 .' FRANCES BROWN, B.S. l .1 1 I ,.l l' RICHARD S. BROWN, M.E.g KIJAO, HTS, Scabbard and Blade. Hughes High School. Y. M. C. A., Vice-President 4, President 6: Men's Pan, Secretary- Treasurer 5, Vice-President 6: Junior Prom Committee 4g Fresh- man Reception Committee 55 Engineering Tribunal, President 6: Murnmers 5, 6: Fresh Painters 2, 3. ROBERT HENRY BROWN, A.B.g AQHA. Boston Latin School, Boston, Mass. l MILDRED CORDELL BRYANT, B.E. Walnut Hills High School. FRITZ PAUL BUCHER, B.S.: 1i?'X. Elgin Academy of Northwestern University, Elgin, Ill.3 University of Chicago. Pre-Medic Club, Newman Club. WILLIAM H. BUCK, Certificate in Accounting. Woodward High School. Evening Commerce Club. A ETHEL C. BUDKE, A.B.g HEX. Hughes High School. Paleolinguists 3, 4: Junior Show 3: W. S. G. A. 43 Y. W. C. A.:4. LAWRENCE G. BUDKE, Com. E.g BK. Woodward High School. Co-op Clubg Commerce Club. NORMAN J. BUKEY, E.E.: Triangle, HKN, TBH, "C." Ohio Wesleyan University. A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 4, 5: Co-op Club 2, 3, 4, 5: Cross Country Team 2, 3, 43 Rifle Team 2, 33 Track Team 2, 3, 45 "C" Club 3, 4, 5, Freshman Track 1, Cadet S1135 43 Treasurer Engineering Tribunal 5. STANLEY BURKHARDT, A.B. DOROTHY BURR, A.B.: AXQ, KAFI, TKA. Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A.g W. S. G. A. 1, 3, 43 University News 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 23 Greek Games Committee 1, 25 Aspirants 2, 33 Junior Adviser 35 Debate Team 3, 49 League oi Women Voters 3, 45 Literary Society 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer of First Year Education Class 33 Bird Club 33 Senior Speaker 4. EMILIA STENTZ CAMPBELL, Diploma in Nursing. Triadelphia District High School, Elm Grove, W. Va. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 33 Class President 1, Melody Club 1, 2, 3. .1 , N l - -. , F ' ' . . ' . im". ' ,. 1, . 1 w s X, , .. Y . .A+ .-.llL- fn- -.f nt. .1 it 4-5 -.....,.-. O 'Q , I, V, Sf C, 1 r -- ,Lili fl ., .,,, GERALD HARVEY CASTLE, M.B., Fellowcraft, fIlX. W' Athens High School, Athens, Ohio, Ohio University. Y. M. C. A., Masonic Club: Pre-Medic Club: Psychological Club, Caduceus. ' NICHOLAS JOHN CHEPOORIN, E.E. University of St. Vladimir, Kiev, Russia. International Club. ' , ue V CAROL KAUFMAN CIENER, B.E.g EAT, HO. ' Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohio. ESTHER FRANK CIENER, B.E.g EAT, HO. . Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohiog Western Reserve ' University. A N Circulation Manager University News 5. I - i DELMAR COCHRAN, M.E. , I ISRAEL COHEN, A.B. I Woodward High School. , Chem. Met. Club 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, 43 German Club 4: Student Assistant in Chemistry 4. I N J. STANLEY COHEN, M.B.: om. ,' . 1 -' HENRY COOK, LL.B. N--v DOROTHY E. COOPER, A.B., Campus Club. Lockland High School, Lockland, Ohio. Y. W. C. A. 'lg W. A. A. 1, Aspirantsg Glee Club 2, Literary Society 4. ' MERLIN L. COOPER. M.S. Cameron High School, Cameron, Mo.: University of Chicago. ROBERT S. CORWIN, Com. E.: AXA, AK'l', IIAE, Scabbard and Blade, "C." I s Steele High School, Dayton, Ohio. Q4 Co-op Club: Commerce Club: Co-op Engineer: Assistant Track Manage: 23 , ' University News 2: Track Manager 3: Cynic 4g Junior Prom Committee 4: .- ' Chairman Freshman Reception 59 Chairman Cadet Ball 5: Cadet Stad 5. t I .I M rf-V MARGUERITE ELLEN CRAIG, Diploma in Nursing. V l Greensburg High School, Greensburg. Ind. 'V 5' J it ,rf i v ' 'x , 4: 4 ,E W .V J LJ if -YN' , ' X I . H ' - .." 1t'::xE.e..'.I 46 Ag, - 4 MJ. , 1 Y . 'M fi V Pl lf, "ll nw.. 'i BENJAMIN W. CRAYCRAFT, C.E.: TBII. Decatur High School, Decatur, Ill. MARTHE CRESSON, M.B., AEI. University of Paris, Paris, France. HAROLD CROSBY, M.B. GEORGE C. CUMMINS, LL.B.g SAE. Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio: Dartrnouthg Miami. JAMES T. CUNNINGHAM, B.S., EH, ILIDX. Ada High School, Ada, Ohiog Ohio Northern University. EMILIE T. CURRY, A.B.g 91IJA.' Newman Clubg Y. W. C. A., W. S. G. A.: W. A. A. 15 Glee Club 1, 25 University News 1, 25 Greek Games 1, 23 Secretary Musical Comedy 3: Secretary League of Women Voters 3, 43 Junior Show 35 Fresh Painters 4. , ELIZABETH VERTNER CUZZORT, B.S.g AFA West High School, Minneapolis, Minn.g University of Minnesota. Varsity Art Club 3, 4, W. S. G. A. 49 Y. W. C. A. 4. OSCAR E. DANIELS, Certificate in Real Estate. MARGARET LUCILLE DARLING, Diploma in Nursing. Williamstown High School, Williamstown, W. Va. Melody Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 15 Vice-President Y. W. C. A. 3, Vice- President Senior Class 3. WILLIAM A. DAVIN, B.S.g AKK. Pittsburg Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa.g University of Pittsburgh. President Sophomore Class Medicine. CLARA OLIVE DAVIS, Diploma in Nursing. Bainbridge High School, Bainbridge, Ohio. ALFRED G. DECATUR, E.E., TBFI, HKN. Ohio Mechanics Institute. L-.T . . pi -rg' ' . Q. s I g 4 A " .nI,..lk. ' A 47 IRMA HARRIET DENMAN, A.B.: KA. Withrow High School: Ohio State University. W. A. A. 2, 3: W. S. G. A. 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 43 Greek Games 2: Univer- sity News 2, 3: Vigilance Committee 2: Class Basketball 2: Junior Show 3: Pan-Hellenic Representative 3, 4: Literary Society 4: Freshman Reception Committee 4: Sociology Club 4. CAROLYN CLAY DERRICKSON, Diploma in Nursing, AAU. Middletown High School, Middletown. Ohio. Melody Club 2, 3. SAMUEL DICK, M.B. HELEN M. DOERR, Diploma in Nursing. Holy Redeemer High School, Portsmouth, Ohio. JOSEPH DONNELLY, M.B. ROSA DREETY, A.B. EUGENE BARSTOW DUFFY, M.S. and Ch. E.: EGIH, AXE, TBII, IIAE. Withrow High School. Co-op Club, President 6: Chem.-Met. Club 1, 2, 3, -1: Y. M. C. A. 1,2: New- man Club 3, 4, 5, 6, President 6: Co-operative Engineer 4, 5, 6: General En- gineers' Club 5, 6, Vice-President 6: Freshman W'eek Committee 63 Executive Board Student Council 6: Vice-President Inter-Local Fraternity Council 6: Elections Committee 6: American Institute of Chemical Engineers 6: Student Faculty Relations Committee 6: Class Week Committee 6. GEORGE RODGERS DUNLOP, A.B.: 43.39, Ball and Chain, UC... Withrow High School. University News 1: Swimming Team, Captain 4: Chairman Freshman Tea Dance 1: Sophomore Hop Committee 2: Business Manager Cynic 3: Pre-Medic Club 3: "C" Club 3. ROSETTA EHRLI CH, A.B. EDWARD H. EICK, M,E St. Xavier High School. A. S. M. E.: Co-op Club: Newman Club 2, 3, 4, 5. GEORGE H. ELLIOTT. Com. E.: EX. Kelvin Technical High School, Vllinnipeg, Canada: University of Manitoba, Canada. Co-operative Engineer 1, 2: Commerce Club 1. 3, 5: Varsity Band 1, 2: Musical Comedy 1. 2: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1. 2: Chemical Club 1: Co-op Club 2, 3: Hotel Varsity 12: Mummers ZZ: Fresh Painters 4: Business Manager Cynic 3, 4: Freshman Reception Committee 4: Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 4. MARGARET KATHARINE ELLIOTT. B.S.: KA. Hughes High School. Girls' Rilie Team, W. A. A.: Glee Club 1, 3, -lg Y. YV. C. A.: Junior Swimming Team 3: Senior Basketball -I. 1 1 48 -104-, - 1 . "l'?"iCf x 3-5 s,:...,, " QA' Z, V . I 17-,?.'T-1:1 A-. vii? - 1 -' ' ,i . - ' of ' " f'f' ' 1. LM . ! 1 6 GK' 'iw 3 HARRY ROBERT ELMORE, A.B.5 ATQ, "C." ., ,M X 4 Phoenix High School, Phoenix, Arizona. it' f 1 Baseball 2, 3, 4, cross Country 2, 3, 1 " P . , ' V Q.. Q THEODORE ELSWICK, LL.B. I FORREST ELY, LL.B. Y , -I THELMA R. ESHMAN, B.S.5 QCDA, Mystic 13. -1 . Hughes High School. 1 Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 3, -15 W. S. G. A.5 Glee Club 1, 25 Newman Club5 Greek Games 1, 25 University News 15 Sophomore Corner Committee 25 Alumnal Day Committee 25 Sophomore Swimming Team 25 Hotel Varsity 25 Sophomore Commissioner 33 Secretary , Pan-Hellenic 35 Secretary W. A. A. 35 Junior Show 35 Sociology Club 3, 45 Cap and Gown Committee 3: Vocational Bureau Com- . ' mittee 35 Chairman Sophomore Commissioners 45 Vice-President 5 League of Women Voters 45 Freshman Reception Committee 4. r . ' HAYDEN EXON, C.E. HOWARD DOUGLAS JOHN FABING, A.B.: SAE, l'IAE,Ulex, Ball and Chain. Hughes High School. Y. M. C. A. 1, 25 Cincinnatian Staff 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 3: Pre-Medic Club 1, 2, 3, President 25 Chairman Sophomore Hop 25 , , Stadium Dedication Committee 25 Editor of Score, Musical Comedy 25 Fresh Painters 2, 35 Mummers 3, 45 Council of Six 35 Advertising Manager, Editor Program and Musical Score, Musical Comedy 35 Vice-Chairman Junior Prom 35 Student Assistant, Embryology and Comparative Anatomy 4. i i Y HELEN CATHERINE FATH, A.B.5 EMBA. A ' Mount Notre Dame Academy, Reading, Ohio5.Trinity College. Y. W. C. A. 3, 45 W. S. G. A. 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Junior Show 3. I i GEORGE FEE, LL.B.51PA111. at A I Q ROBERT F. FEILER, Com. E.5 UC." V 1 5 Woodward High School. ,Al 5 ' Co-op Club: Commerce Club5 Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5. 1 EDWARD GEORGE FEINTHEL, Certiticate in Advertising: KAX. ' f West Night High School. Evening Commerce Club. 1 '-L EARL V. FERGUSON, B.S.5 SAE, NEN. E ' ' 1 Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. v" 0 4 ' 1 N . ' CORNELIUS A. FISCUS, Certificate in Accounting. V 'W Woodward High School. . nfl ii J- J Evening Commerce Club. 5-5 5 si 41 , . J , rv T .1 ' ' -EW N ,Y W ,S ,rl-. .1 rflIL',r'25W1', ef A- -54+ 5' K .f , , 1 ,. f J 2. 'IRL 1 ' 'ii' H 51, ' " L ,1. - 4A.i,iti. Ai ' ',i-.,Q 141.4 ' LF R4 5 I 4. ,X . 49 .Lg 'I " N. '. I ,....., X- ,ff sail . w '-.-. r . 1'-. , .g 4 '1 I - 'Y L, , AMY LOUISE FISHER, A.B.g A.AI'I. ' N President oi Clas of '27 School of Nursing and Health. LAURA FISHER, A.B., AXQ, HDD. . Logansport High School, Logansport, Ind. r " Y. W. C. A.g W. S. G. A.g Music Club 1, 23 Palaeolinguistsg ' Women's Pan-Hellenic Delegate 2, 3, 4: Junior Show 3: league l A of Women Voters 3, 4. ALBERT FLAGGE, A.B. fi .. .'x,i VIRGINIA LEE FLAHERTY, A.B.: Campus Club. Hughes High School. V Newman Club, W. S. G. A.g Y. W. C. A.: Debate Club 1, 23 League of Women Voters 35 Student Assistant in Zoology 4. ELSIE FOEHR, B.E.g Axo, rio. 5- Hughes High School. Q 'J , fi :X , 4 - 1 KATHERINE ELIZABETH FORRY, Diploma in Nursing. -H11 1 x 1 . Bellefontaine High School, Bellefontaine, Ohio. 5 ' Q 4 'S .N Q ,Vx , . LESTER E. FRANCIS, M.S. and Ch.E.g AXE, Scabbard and Blade Q' 'l Withrow High School. J . A. 'sl 'X L' 1 K 7 ARTHUR H. FRANKS, M.B.g NXN. 'L 'J , .Q Wooster High School, Wooster, Ohio, Wooster College. ' t", .Q ' 4 , ,I HERBERT M. FRIEDLANDER, M.B.: QTLP. Largo High School, Largo, Fla., University of Florida. x ', ' MELINA FRIEDMAN, A.B., EAT, TKA. Hughes High School. f ' W. s. G. A. 1, 2, 4, w. A. A. 1, 2, University Newsg Greek Games ig " 4 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4: Sociology i Club 3, 4, President 43 Varsity Art Club 3, 45 Women's Debating 3, 43 Pan-Hellenic Representative 3, 4. L , 'ri HOBART FULLERTON, M.B. 'F- I 'JI BESSIE FLANERY GABBARD. B. S.: Campus Club. ' 'ly Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohio: Berea College: , ,I Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 41 W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, C. K. T. s. students' Club 3: ', .. President Junior Class, Education 3, President Senior Class, Education 4. .. li" - U v- , fr l. rl I. . .Q f if. .. .. ., .. , , . . .. . ,. ff? i ri.. 7 Uwe: ui' 'v 1-r-I Wvxqv 1, gi A - 5 .nn 'la ,lii . jg, -I .'T.l-V 4' JT- jxlryfw .vw I A 4 . 1 1. 4 5 -4. . 45 I-L A ,gg . ik, 4 50 --.lo ,.. 7' is -of ---eff' -vv ,'1 1- i -'- 1 3.2 s-W P .,-I- 'a. f I , f . 13544 -T1 if ?.. if 'E-Ji ff ,- L91 s , if 4 . lr ,c . 4, 4 . ,Q ,, I . 4 c .. ..-sn.. , . . 5, J HAZEL FLANERY GABBARD, B.S 5 Campus Club. S- Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohiog Berea College. ', V Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Nutrition Club 2, 3, 4, W. A. A. 2, 3, 4 in ' o 7 CLARE MARIE GAMBLE, Certificate in Credits and Collections, , 5 Woodward High School. -R' Evening Commerce Club. ' I MITCHELL N. GANIM, B.S. and M.B.g AKK. ,,' . Woodward High School. , fn '- P -. X if 'I LUCILLE GASSMAN, B.S.: KKF, Mystic 13. A fi I Z Hughes High School. , . .... 3 . . .3 . . . .3 ass ice- resientg ree ' YWCAWAAWSGACl V P d 1Gk AI Games 1, 2, Chairman 15 Musical Comedy, Hotel Varsity 1, 2, 3, 'l t . Sophomore Hop Committee 23 Tennis Manager 23 Class Secre- J tary 33 Junior Adviser 3: Cincinnatian 3: Junior Show 3: Senior Q . Speaker 4, President Womerfs Pan-Hellenic Association 4. .4 ' 4 If j' GERTRUDE CLARE GELDREICH, B.S., IDA. 5' I A Withrow High School. li- ,' Newman Club, Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 4, 55 W. S. G. A. 1, Chemists' Club 11C0-Ep A J- Clubg Nutrition Club. ,'ji,,,1 DORIS M. GIFFORD, B.S.: KKF. ,K 5 ' Withrow High School. L I -3 Io' Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2: Greek Games 1, 2: Hotel Varsity . ' 1, 23 Mummers 15 Cincinnatian 2, 3: Junior Show 33 Sociology 5 1 . Club 4. hifi. ' LENNA JANE GIFT, Diploma in Nursing, AAU. A John Hancock High School, Athens, Ohio. ' I ix," ' Secretary-Treasurer Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 Delegate to Lake Geneva Conference 23 , f A lf Student Representative Y. W. C. A. CNurses' Hornej 3. i I 'N' if r: I WILLIAM HARLEN GILBERT, JR., A.B. ' ' New Haven High School, New Haven, Conn. s 4' 4 . ' Palaeolinguists Club 1. '. ll 3 if ' 31' BYRON GILLESPIE, M.B. I I ' 4 1 DOROTHY GILLESPIE,A.B.g AZ. ,ff Walnut Hills High School. ' ' I W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A., Secretary 3, Cabinet 4, Mummers: q 'Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 Sophomore Com- 4 missioner 25 Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, 1 2 Junior Adviser 33 Senior Speaker 4. .2 wi ' '4 N' f' 1 DONALD F. GINDELE, E.E. T i- ' Hughes High School. l 1 lf ' j A. 1. E. E., Co-op Club, Y. M. C. A. 1 , " K . in ' ERNEST GLANCY, Advanced Certificate in Accounting. " West Night High School. . ' I A ' g Evening Commerce Club. 4 , Q l . k l -I V"1 .4 li ' 4 ll ,fl '. cm: 3 5- .H ---,-.s -. H, . .E if s ..,f .I ,.1,.At ,nl , I, V. 1. i sig.. 5-Ei Elf:-'f...ffcf'.f'....' . ' -.1-.1 s ' - -1 A ' 6 2" is or or 2 2 i or l is acyl 51 wa l,r.'. ,,..i,'. ix .ra x..,ik . A A C O IP, Y R II Cy II-H T 1027 Cbzzrfei kyffzaarjakm Cfafwamf Ex Woffern Vflbzzwfmfkday Zzyfor .-1-if 1 1- - ff fy .P ' 1 .1 1 -1-1'Aof-'41-7,1-A-feffifvf-v1.f1fff' . . , . - V . U H '- ' " ' . A ' f ' , ' 1 . .. 2. 1. -. -L.. - . . . , .. I.: 51.5 ig, -', M ,g,,f.v,-,wg-,iv ,I C t"l A 5 'fu ! "' vw A Vo' Q ' LEON GOLDMAN, B.S.: EAM. ff Hughes High School. QA Pre-Medic Club 2. Q 4 HARRY GOLDSTEIN, B.S. ' C: 1' ii ALICE MARTHA GOOD, A.B.: IEH. 1 Hughes High School. , 'I , Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: Chemists' Club, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Prai- -x dent 4. 1 , ' KENNETH G. GOULD, B.S.: SAE, NSN, UAE, Ulex, "C." '. J Bellevue High School, Bellevue, Ky. .,,,' Pre-Medic Club 1, 2: Cincinnatian 1, 2: Chemistry Club 1: . 5 1 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 5: Hotel Varsity Committee 2, 3, 5 1 'T Chairman 3: Sophomore Hop Committee 2: Musical Comedy 2: i,p,.' Musical Comedy Production Committee 3, 4, 5, Business Mana- 4 . ger 5: Fresh Painters 2, 3, 4, 5: Editor Bearcat Book 3: Mummei-S 'v , 3, 4: Manager Swimming Team 4: "C" Club 4, 5. . .ly 3 MYRANDA GRADOLF, B.E., XO, Mystic 13, . 1,5 Withrow High School. f',i Hockey Team 5: Swimming Team 5: Basketball 5: Baseball 5: Dance Club 5: N 4 " W.A.A.5:Y.M.C.A.5:W.S.G.A.5. I' 1 611 H2 r -4 LEANDER GRASFEDER, Com. E.: HKA, "C." 'lf I .Nw ,,.s1 . . 1 J . ,. CHARLES S. GREENE, B.S. and M.B.: QYfb. "ff McKinley High School, Canton, Ohio: University of Pittsburgh. ' ml K THELMA GREENE, A.B.3 AAG. 5, J Withrow High School. A ,TY Y. W. O. A., W. s. G. A., W. A. A. 1, 2, Greek Games 1, 2: shes- ,X 5: ology Club 2, 3, 4. ' , " 1 Y THEODORE GREVE, LLB. . 1 Liu' K HELEN MARIE GROMME, A.B.: KA. V I.: withww High School. f 1' Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: W. A. A. l, 2: Girls' Glee Club: Uni- "Z: versity News 1, 2: Sociology Club 3, -1. ' l . I, 4 ETHEL E. GROPPENBAOHER, A.B1, Xu, Mystic 13. xi 41' Wiehrow High School. ' 1 Q I W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 3, President 4: Glee Club 1: Aspirants 1, 2: - I University News 1: Greek Games 2: Secretary Musical Comedy Committee 2: 1' I Literary Society 3, 4: C incinnatian 3, Fresh Painters 3, 4: Vice-Chairman Musi- l M 1 cal Comedy Committee 3: Junior Show 3: Junior Advisor 3: Cap and Gown . ,X 1 Committee 3: President Womens Pan-Hellenic 3: French Club 4: Freshman ly Reception Committee 4. iq! MILDRED GUTTIVIAN, A.B.: AIDE. rp,-sg Hughes High School. ilfl Menorah 2. 3, 4: Music Club 2, 3: League of Women Voters 4: 1' -W W. S. G. A. 4. C--I' :1 14 f - - . , AF' ,I ' ""' .'1' " 1'f"vQ""t'1v-""v'Yv' v-'W-yr-"qv ' ...,' '.-'.L ' - , ' """'7'i-gfnjg """!"f ,vl'.,r-'v,Xty.. K-."' ,lil ,A 5, f Q- ,, ,"'l'T""f'1'g,"f7w' .,,,r-,X ' el Q' '-1 A if '-'- 1- -555-"..'59:J-Lf! I-.5311-f5..52f:1-. Qi-.4 'S 54.1,-f'Q.i515L-Af2.'T,9" '1-31 ,, .J .,. f . L. ' a-,' . ,Y. . f-4.2-,:.'o 1 -E '49-fr 3J.1."ff7.lCi,'f "JH ' i ' ' l W- i , I 2 -- RUTH L. HAAS, Diploma in Nursing. Eden Centralized High School, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. , r f' 4- 1 M. CECILIA HADDOX, Diploma in Nursing: AAl'I 9- Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg, W. Va. PAULA R. HAFFNER, B.E.: AAO. Hughes High School. WILLIAM C. HAGEMEYER, Com. E.: ATQ.. Ohio Mechanics Institute. Co-op Club: Commerce Club: Riiie Team 2, 5: Co-op Engineer Staff 2, 3, 4, 5: R. O. T. C. Shield 4, 5, Assistant Editor 4, Editor in-Chief 5: Ofiicers' Club 4, 5: Cadet Statf 4, 5: Military Ball Committee 5. GEORGE PETER HAHN, A.B.: ATQ. Hughes High School. Y. M. C. A. 1, 4: Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4: Student Assistant in Botany 3, 4. JAMES HAIZLIP, M.B. ESTHER EUGENIE HAMILTON, A.B. and B.E.: AAO. Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. Y. W. C. A.: Bag and Hammer, Treasurer 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Delegate go gtliident Volunteer Convention 1: Glee Club 1: Greek Games 2: W. S. G. A. ORIS HAMILTON, A.B. CLIFFORD HAMMEL, C.E. GUSSIE NESHA HANDLER, B.S. East Night High School. EDITH N, HARPER, A,B.g Campus Club. Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4: Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4: O. T. G. 2, 3, 4, Secre tary 4: Mummers 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LEONARD HARPER, C.E.: ATQ. Woodward High School. K Braune Civils: Co-op Club. .K .y iii If fri Q 4' Y Y 77 i , I, iw.. K' i ,fix ".'i""'- '. " ' 4, ' -il." . ' V fvfinfl ."4x'-l 1 ' V-I r ' -3153.7 J .QA ,,.,xSf'4-,g , , . 1 -1 .f 4 -. X L 5,3 . s 1 , X5-i'4'ilx?,. , .-if: i .,vf -- f 1-7 -J., ,. 'ca-'1 -v i. 5. vo . . - ,L . . ' " ' ' . - - ,.-1 BEULAH P. HARRIS, A.B.: AKA. Sumner High School, St. Louis, Mo. ' Inter-Racial Club, Secretary 2, 3, Student Delegate to Y. W. C. A. Conference at Geneva 2, Y. W. C. A. 4, HERBERT WILBUR HARRIS, M.B.3 OX, CIFX. Malta-McConnelsville High School, McConnelsville, Ohiog Ohio University. 1 WILLIAM C. HARTZ, C.E.g BK, TBII. ,, ., Springfield High School, Springfield, Ohiog Wittenberg College. J Co-op Club: Braune Civils: Masonic Club, R. 0. T. C. Band I, 25 Inter-Local ' '-' Fraternity Council 4, 5g Council of Six 5. , Y" ' JAMES E. HASTAIN, C.E.g ATC2. 2 Central High School, Muskogee, Okla.g Oklahoma A. and M. ' A Braune Civils, Treasurer 25 Co-op Club: Co-op Engineer 2. f 0 ALMA HATFIELD, A.B. ' f' - 4 RALPH E. HATFIELD, A.B., EAE. i .1 Withrow High School. ',-'H p ,, Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 39 Pre-Medic Club 1, 2: Freshman Basketball 1: 'U ' ' Men's Vigilance Committee 2, Musical Comedy 23 Varsity Foot- if ' O ball Squad 3. R Q Q 1. I ',4'N I T , ' I LEONARD WOOD I-IAYNES, M.B,g AACIP, NEN. 'lv' Sandusky High School, Sandusky, Ohio, Kenyon College. -t ill Undergraduate Pediatric Society 3, 4. if X x . ol "1 RENA HEAGEN, Diploma in Nursing. ' fn. Zanesville High School, Zanesville, Ohio: Muskingum College. Vg" If DORA I-IECKENMILLER, A.B. ' , 3 ELEANOR HEINEMAN, A.B., Campus Club. I ri Withrow High School. ' ' Y. W. c. A., Cabinet 4: Freshman Basketball Team 1, Girls ' ' ' Glee Club 1: Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4: Aspirants 2, 35 Frmhman Com- mission Bg Delegate to Lake Geneva Y. W. C. A. Conference 23 Delegate to Milwaukee Student Conference 4. MARIE HEINTZ. i WILLIAM H. HENDERSON, M.B.: EX, NSN. u' 'A Portsmouth High School, Portsmouth, Ohio. , 'W f. at .' li .1 X3 1 J 9 . f -nf. IV'-Y'ks"'l llw In 5 Q. L 'R Hl.:tVL Q-W,L,L,2..lAi is 41: 1 5-L 4... 41. 1 or---Tix N I ,. g g , E p. I , f , 5 ..a+:g,.f-'f'..f 4 -' 1 1 1 . x. 41' v OWEN HENRITZY. Com. E.: ZX. . - 'gy Ptfz , n :'g".'f VIRGINIA E. HERRMANN, HE., ZTA, ue. ,' Ji Hughes High School. -'1 Ji Y. W. C. A., W. s. G. A. 1, 2, ag Greek Games 1, 2, W. A. A. 2, '4 ,, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 C. K. T. S. Students' Club 3, 4: C. K. T. S. ' , .. Junior Class President 33 C. K. T. S. Senior Class President 4. lx ,N y .A J ,' HARVEY HEssLER, B.S.5 Bell. In 11141 L if 1 , DOROTHY ISABEL HETZEL, B.E.g AZ, II9. rf 4 Wim-ow High School. rv, , -ma: , ' u Z. ' 1 Cf, lf 3 HELEN L. HEY, B.S.g KKP. I 33 Hughes High School, Ohio Wesleyan University. i' Y. W. C..A 1, 3, 4, W. S. G. A. 1, 3, 45 Greek Games 11 W. A. A. 13 Junior 92,0 Show 35 C. K. T. S. Students' Club 3: Class Treasurer 3. V' 'I E' ll V4 RICHARD C. HIESTAND., 8 P", , , ""'wl V41 '. 'I -'A' ROBERT F. HIESTAND, A.B.g CIJK'-Y, AKK. LD! Springfield High School, Springfield, Ohio: Wittenberg College. Y ,.l ., A ,Q if MARY WINIFRED HIGGINS, B.S.g "C." 4 l l 71,1 Woodward High School. PQ' Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Class Manager 3. Baseball: l -ll Swimming: Hockey 1, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 4, Manager 33 W. A. A. r- , Executive Committee 3. i I ly . ll, Q 1 ' H V .1 EVELYN HIRSCH, HE., SAT, He. f' Hughes High School. :F , bf" VIOLA HIRSCH, A.B. L ' Hughes High School. W. S. G. A., Y. W. C. A.: University News 2, 33 Aspirants 3. A iq A ' 1 l , 1 K . ' Q1 "1 LEROY W. HOEL, Ch. E3 KAX, AXE, TBII. M- i Hamilmn High School, Hamilton, ohio. I . at Co-op Club, Chem.-Met. Club 1, 25 Cadet Ofiicers' Club 3, 4, 5. 4 1- '4 LOUIS JOHN HOFFMAN, B.s. in commerce. F X: 4 5 h Woodward High School. V' -ti Evening Commerce Club. if Fl . of F, Qi-iii:-ifgi a- - as ' ' Q, , . 55 , .-l..-1 . -D . - PC- -r?'Q4 1 I O 'x.iiY'Y"i 'L ' ' an A 5 iw'-s "' ' ir , o, 1 - - , .v .1 L-.. 4 n ',.'l."t .6 1 A A 'Y -. BERTON MASON HOGLE, M.B.g NSN. ' Mt. Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, Iowag Cornell University Z 'I , ff ,J l Q ,- T. E. HOLT, C.E.: Triangle. ' v Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, Ill. ' ' Braune Civilsg Co-op Club. I, ,' l. ROSE HOODIN, A.B. . - Newport High School, Newport, Ky. ', 4. , Menorah Society: Musical Comedy 15 Glee Club 2. -"'N.f4 PAUL W. HOPEWELL. Certificate in General Business. , 1 X GERALD A. HOPKINS, B.S.g AKK. Hughes High School. ' HARRY VANDYKE HOPKINS, JR., Com. E., IIKA, AEN. ' Penn High School, Greenville, Pa. Representative to Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, 5: Commerce Club 4, 5, Vice-President 4, President 5. l EDWARD T I-IOPPE, Com. E.3 ATQ, AK'-l', BFS. Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. Co-op Club: A. I. E. E. 1: Commerce Club 2, 3. 4, 5: Co-op Engineer 3, 4, 55 ' Military Ball Committee 4, Co-op Stag Committee 3. HAROLD C. HOSE, C.E.g AXA, TBII, IIAE, Scabbard and Blade. Massillon High School, Massillon, Ohio. Co-op Engineer, Editor 4, 5. RICHARD W. HUBBARD, A.B. Hughes High School: Miami. I SAMUEL A. HUFFMAN, M.E.g HTS, TBII A. S. M. E., President 5: Co-op Club. V ' V. I . ROGER N. HUMPHR1Es,cDm.E.: Asn, Bri. r Withrow High School. ' L -4, i 4 Co-op Club: Commerce Club: Y. M. C. A., Track 3, .. 1 JOHN HAZEL HUNT, M.B.: AKK. .' . ,l .. Westminster School. Rutherlordton. N. C.: University ol North 511' Carolina. 1 a v .- I' "1 W L, fi 1 - 1 L53 LI"J 4 'j'I 'j- --fv,?y'J "W 7 X-s .- '.hr-vj-1-'9fi,r':YEN"i3YgrrQ?3: A i ww: . '-1', 5' - url! ",l'y' X' X ' 'L 'hi E"'aY' ,..,.x'l' .x "ff -ni , 'D .Ml 'L .al 'AA' ',.'fJ..g' mn' 56 'I -,Y w 3: ff x f-'3 4 1 , ,nf x V., tx- 7, '7-I"T'71-v.,,,, gl ' -f W ' '33-f.-I ilu 5.5"K."-ff.,-'r".x. ' c ' 1 I 1' D' CATHERINE HYNES, A.B. Ursuline Academy. MARJORIE L. JACOBS, B.S.: AAU, IIA6. Port Byron High School, Port Byron, N. Y.: Syracuse University. O. T. G. 1: Y. W. C. A. 1: Mummers 1: Kindergarten Club 2. MAURICE W. JACOBS, A.B. Hughes High School. University News 1: Mummers, Board 4: Fresh Painters 1: French Club 2, 3, 4. President 4: Art Club 2, 3. JOSEPH H. JASPERS, Com. E.: C. C. C. Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. Co-op Club 1: A. I. E. E. 1: Commerce Club 2: Y. M. C. A. 2: Newman Club 3, 4, 5: Manager Wrestling Team 5. ELLEN ADELAIDE JEFFREY, Diploma in Nursing. Ashley High School, Ashley, Ohio. Melody Club 2, 3. ISAAC JENKINS, E.E. g MARY ELIZABETH JERABEK, B.S.: AA9. Tiliin High School, Tiliin, Ohio. Y W C A. 2. RICHARD D. JERVIS, Com. E.: EAE,AK ll", IIAE, EZ, Ulex, HC." Hughes High School. Cofop Club: Commerce Club: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Business Mana- ger 4: Musical Comedy 1, 2, 3, 4: Y M. C. A., Cabinet 3, 4, 5: Fresh Painters 2, 3. 4, 5, Secretary 2, President 4: Cincinnatian 2, 3: Swimming Team 3, 4, 5: President Junior Class 4: Student Council, Executive Board 4: Chairman Bargain Ball 4: Co-op Engineer Staff 4, 5: Manager Football Team 5: General Chair- man Freshman Week 5: Co-op Dance Committee 5: Pan-Hellenic Delegate 5: Chairman Class Week 5. ANN MAE JOHNSONE, B.S.: AEC-D. Wllham Grant High School. Covington, Ky. Inter Racial Club: W. S. G. A. lg U. C, A. C. 1, 2. MARGARET F. JOHNSTON, A.B.: Campus Club. Hughes High School. French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Palaeolinquists 3, 4:1W. S. G. A. 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. RICHARD JONES, M.B. WALTER E. JONES, C.E.: AXA. McKinley High School, Canton, Ohio. r ,, I W ,I X 1 , l 1 F' ' , J 1 1 4xJ 4. ,A mu 1. W," Q . 4 r Q' r '-w' -' r- rr f . , . .- -. g ' sz 4 , f - v f' - f "" - . , ' s ' 1 .- . fZ....3"w1U1.l'A".f.lf,. lf: ' ffm' ' -FQ ffl 'A ' fri 'iff J' V fa.- 57 '95 1? a ,T7 4 1 41. P ..', , , '.':qj'Ti' Hi.. '1 ..- -xr V ,aft-I ' ' 'N " r '1 - A, . . 'f f' ' ' f ' ' ' A .f:9'zL.fM'-fl'-'L55 f"-'--.lf",'3v i 1 'I' -if DANIEL BOTTENUS KA1PER,A.B. , Madisonville High School g Wooster College. N ' J 1 J. K Pa ' ra LEAH KASFIR, B.s. 'QU Hughes High School. S ' . I Nutrition Club, President 5. ' ,Si vw-,-' IRMA KASSENS, B.E.g KA, H9 M-4 ' T Hughes High School. 'Q xi fy' l JOSEPH A. KELLER, E.E.g HKN, TBH. ' sf. Xavier High School. l" A. I. E. E.: Co-op Club: Newman Club 3, 4, 5. L i 54 Z.. rf. ' Q i JACK D. KELLY, M.E.g SAE, ms. ,W . Hughes High School. I 311 A. s. M. E.: C0-op Club. Ln: BETTY L. KEMBLE, Diploma in Nursing: AAU. , 'RQ , 71 Greenville High School, Greenville, Ohio. l'4,.i4 ah 4 o'.,l HAZEL NAOMI KEMP, A.B. St. Bernard High School, St. Bernard, Ohio. 1'-LJ Y. W. C. A.: W. s. G A. 1, 25 Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4. 5 'lv 7 ki ,s 4 ZAMIE LEENORA KIDDER, Diploma in Nursing, 4 H Milan High School, Milan, Ind. 'ft' ' A r Melody Club 1, 2, 3: Vice-President Class in Nursing 2. "e ' 'J- ll H V . GORDON o. KIESER, AB., Emi, QP' Prairie du Chien High School, Prairie du Chien, Wis. iz- 1 Modarch Club 1: Co-op Club 1: Y. M. C. A.: History Club 2: Varsity Tennis ' 1,43 2. 3, 4, Bag and Hammer 25 Varsity Football Squad 2: "C" Club 2, 3, 4. i- 9 I rim- ELMORE A. KINDEL, B.S.: AXA, AKK. 541' Hughes High School. f , Q' Soccer Team 1. fl CARL T. KIRCHMAIER, B.s.: HKA, ox. fi Hughes High School. ' as . Y. M. C. A.: Varsity Band 1, 2: Pre-Medic Club 1: Fresh Painters: Men's ,, Vigilance Committee 2, Musical Comedy 2, 3, 4, 5, Committee 3, Student lil Orchestra 4, 53 Cincinnatian 3: Medical College Student Council Representa- l 3 tive 4, 5. - ,, LOLA MARIE KIRSCH, A.B.Q AAG, Papyrus. , ' ',' Withrow High School. Spanish Club 1, 2: Thoms Honorary Scholarship 1: Greek Games fig X 2: Musical Comedy Publicity Committee 2: University News 53, ' 2, 3, -lg Aspirants 3: Literary Society 3: Junior Adviser 8: Thoms - 3 Honorary Scholarship 3: Vice-President Junior Class, College of A l Education 3 5' i '. rl 1 - 1 52 . I' A . , Y 1 ,lf ' g 3 'V I A .ui-:-v u Av. I-1.vl.y-1---,..Q, 1',' f, f ' Q -Y' . '.-.' 'L L '.':- '35 Q4 4 I H V Y C i I, I 58 'L 315- -,Y Y --XT" -.' Y.-A . Q .rv was Q' -KX' 'G 4' 5'1" il 'H' ' ' K 1 'S "ity, ' 41 -' A A ' .. A -1 2 .. A ' . . Y Y Y- l .P ' r., V, . YW ROBERT W. KLEIN, Com. E.: BGH, Ulex, "C " .- ' , Hughes High School. Co-op Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Commercial Club: Mummers 1, 2, Board , ,-. '1 of Directors 35 Freshman Basketball Team 13 Musical Comedy 1, 3, Production I. l Committee 4, 55 Men's Vigilance Committee 25 Track Team 2, 35 Basketball ,V 3 Team 2, 3, 4: C0-op Dance Committee 33 Secretary "C" Club 35 Football Team tp .f--. 3, 49 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4, 55 Athletic Council 49 Ulex Bargain Dance Com- - 1 mittee 4: Chairman Junior Prom 4: Chairman Hotel Varsity 43 Property and I 1 Stage Manager Junior Show 4g Fresh Painters 4, 5. 1,7 1 THELMA KLETT, B.S.g AXQ, frEM. r Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, Vice-President 23 Spanish Club ' 1, 2, Greek Games 23 Glee Club 2, Accornpanist 33 Bird Club 3, 4. 4 v 'W RUTH C. KOEHL, Certificate in Accounting. if . 'U Hughes High School, 1 A Board of Directors, Evening Commerce Club. JOSEPH SOEHNER KOEHLER, M.B.g QTQD. University of Dayton Prep School, Dayton, Ohio: University of Dayton. 1 R. E. KOLO, E.E. Newport High School, Newport, Ky , ' DOROTHY WILHELMINE KRAPP, B.E.3 Am. r Hughes High School. VT s ff'j P A ., 1 ITA RAYMOND B. KRIET, 'S West Night High School. l '. l, A. 1. E. E.: Co-op Club: Cadet omcers' Club 3, 4, 5. , . . . MARGARET A. KUNZ, A.B.g KA. L21 Hughes High School. A Y. W. c. A, cabinet 2, 3, 4. W. s. G. A. 1, 4. W. A. A. 1, Glee .4 Ll, if Club 1, 33 Delegate Lake Geneva Conference lg Paleolinguists lg J Sociology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Class Basketball Team V i 2, 33 Y. W. Delegate to Industrial Conference 25 Junior Show 35 ul- 5 Class Swimming Team 33 League of Women Voters 3, 4, l l Q I .1 1.4 JOSEPH LACAMERA, M.B.g ox. 'f Farrell High School, Farrell, Pa.g Ohio State University. 1 G V I . L A l 'hi " E ' 5 MARY ELIZABETH LAING, B.E. ' t Notre Dame Academy, Trinity College. 172 'f . 'V si " 'i , il EDITH MAE LAMMERS, B.S.g no. svn, Hughes High School. . ' 1 Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. Ag Fresh Painters, Secretary 3, 4: Musical Comedy ' .J 5, 2, 49 Greek Games 1: Hotel Varsity 1, 35 Baseball 1: Secretary C. K T. S. , . l . .' A., 'Qui' G. F. LAMPKIN, E.E. i :H VanBuren High School, VanBuren .Ark. r' ' l l r-,J , A ri 1 i x P" ' W i V V I 5. iljiif-lr: ft-vp' F4 fl ' Al 1.5, ,A ,: , . - -, 4 ..,, I E32 .lg -J. ' .-.. 1 .V 2 ' .14 '- 59 -A -1, I -jf V. --,J ,qc -w..:'gv --We 1l-'-.,-4 ,'- C 4, r - x 1 x . 1 'J 1-'til l . ' A 1" ,.' . . -f .V ,- , . .- . 1 . RALPH E. LAMPO, Ch. E. Neosho High School, Neosho, Mo. '1 ' 4 ' A R. DURELL LANDON, M.S.g TBH, Scabbard and Blade. 1' -H Geneseo High School, Geneseo, N. Y. N Vice-President Tau Beta Pi 6: President Scabbard and Blade 6: ' Student Instructor Evening Engineering Course 6: President General Engineers' Club 6. HARRY EDWARD LANDT, M.B.: KDX Hughes High School. GERALD LANE, M.B. RUBY LAPPIN, Diploma in Nursing. VanCleve High School, Troy, Ohio. MARY LAYNE, B.S.: 91iPA, Mystic 13, HC." Hughes High School. W. S. G. A., Executive Board 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Greek Games 1, 2: Newman Club: Aspirants 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: W. A. A. 2, 3, Vice-President 3: Swimming Team 2, 3: League of Women Voters Executive Board 3, 4: Junior Show 3: Class Hockey 3: Basketball 3: Baseball 3: Student Council 4: Chairman Varsity Boat Ride 4: Songbook Committee 4: Pan-Hellenic Delegate 4: Senior Speaker 4: Fresh- man Week Committee 4: Dance Club 4: Senior Corner Committee 4: Delegate to N. S. F. A. Congress 4: Chairman Faculty-Student Co-operation Committee 4: Delegate National W. S. G. A. Con- vention 4: Wornen's Pan Dance Committee 4. ROBERT S. LEET, M.B.: HDKE, NEN. University of California. SAMUEL T. LEHMANN, Com. E.: C. C. C., AKW. Troy High School, Troy, Ohio. Commerce Club: Co-op Club: Y. M. C. A. 3, 5. JOHN WESLEY LEICHLITER, B.S.: QTQ. Scottdale High School, Scottdale, Pa.: Otterbein. Student Assistant, Department Bacteriology 3, 4: Student Bacteriologist, 1 Contagious Hospital 3, 4, ' JOHN LIENHARD, B.S. Almond High School. Almond, Wis.: University of Wisconsin. Varsity Band 1. I z- LAURA A. LENTZ, B.S.: KA, Mystic 13. ' ' Hughes High School. L Y. W. C. A.. Secretary 2: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Dance Club, President 4: Greek Games 1, 2: Baseball Team 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. 2: Musical Comedy 2, 3, 43 Vice- , . President Junior Class 3: Student Council Executive Board 3: Commons Com- I . mittee 3: Songbook Committee 3: Elections Committee 3: Manager Junior A Show 3: Cheerleader, Assistant 3, Head 4: Class Hockey 3, 4: Class Swimming ' 3, 4: Class Basketball 3, 4. v ,1- RUTH LESLIE, A,B.: AFA. ' , ' Shortridge High School, Indianapolis. Ind. fn ,, Y. W. c. A., W. s. G. A. 1, 2, 3, Class swimming Team: crass 'f' . Basketball Team 2, 3, 4: Class Baseball Team 2, 3, 4: Greek Games ' ' -1 2: Hockey Team 4: Ride Club 4: O. T. G. Club 3, 4. fy ll ,-'z l I 'fi - .Q 'D 1 ig" V ,V g Y Y flifi I Fl W ' V- ' ll". -' -4- ur rev- Q' v' "3" A-fr L, 1 ., ,, 4 ,vr.f. .. "t . 2 gal. 1 , L 'A 4 W if 1 1: J f.- 1--'L - ii A .4 ' "LQ:',rf.1-f3'1f...f'1'Ii'f1 60 .r.,,, .fl ri , ll z 'W 1 A 1 g. 'N , LOUIS G. LEVINE, Certincate in Accounting. Norwood High School, Norwood, Mass. Evening Commerce Club. ALBERT LEVINSON, Certificate in Advertising, EVELYN LEVY, A.B. DOROTHY E. LEWIS, B.S.g KKF. Mystic 13. Hughes High School. Y. W. C. A., Freshman Cabinet 1, Cabinet 2, 33 W. S. G. A., Executive Board 3, 45 Musical Comedy, Greek Games 1, 2: Hotel Varsity 1, 2, 3: Homecoming Day Committee 1, 2: Fresh Painters 1, 33 French Club 1, 23 W. A. A. 1, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Cincinnatian 2, 3: Chairman Junior Advisers 35 Junior Show 3, Junior Prom Committee 33 Chairman Senior Speakers 43 Senior Hop Committee 4. FANNY C. LIBSTER, B.E.: AQIPE. Woodward High School. GORDON E. LILLIBRIDGE, C.E.p AXA, TKA, Scabbard and Blade, Ulex, "C," Dickinson High School, Dickinson, N. D. L A. S. M. E. 1, 2: Co-op Club 1, 2, 3, 5, Y. M. C. A 1, 2, Boxing , Team 1, 2, Captain 2: Braune Civils 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 43 R. O. T. C. Shield 3: Track Squad 3: Manager Wrestling Team 33 ' Vice-President Engineering Tribunal 4, Manager Tri-State Track and Basketball 45 Debate Team 4, "C" Club 4, 5. WILLIAM H. LIPPERT, M.B.: .Ql'1i1. Hughes High School. MORRIS LITWIN, M.B JEAN F. LOEB, B.E.g SAT. Hughes High School, Northwestern University Mummers 15 University News 1. FLORENCE LOHRER., A.B. f DUDLEY M. LONTZ, M.E.g E421-I. Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown, Ind.g Indiana University. MILDRED I. LORENTZ, Diploma in Nursing, AAU. Williamstown High School, Williamstown, W. Va.gIMarietta Col- Vi lege, W. Virginia Wesleyan. X ' ' Melody Club: Y. W. C. A. 5.1 il J 9 W 1 ,Q . ' fi. ww' 1 f N r in ,f rx- y 'l'YT4'1'-'Y -wiv J"g.,"H""f" , W' .'a "f , I ry r 4 faq v'-, .x.,vx. . ml, .-V. 1' .jy'.'.,t, n, ,N ' F A ,. , f v fg..'1'.'QqQ:4..1-.-'-1...1f g. ' fn.-.M .. up . Q.-...H is f , ,gg-, g,."' l ' ' - l . I, 61 1 S11 1 -fc Q, Q, ,- -Jr .-,N . .gg -lf ,k X . . J L pf, T? -4 S-4, in '31 va? - 5" lb ga , "4 1 2'- H 4. 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A.: chemistry Club, Vicemesiaeiie 41 if' Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 43 H 1' Student Assistant in Chemistry 3, 4. .. , ' riri' I MINNIE LOWENTHAL, A.B. V I Hughes High School. if' 1 5 A ISI HOLLE LUECHAUER, A.B.: Fellowcraft, L- YA Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio. EQ' Chemistry Club 2: Student Assistant in Chemistry 3. 2 L' A ll Lal 1 L1 ' T gn. THEODORE IVAN LUNDQUIST, Com, E.: IXE. rf Rockford High School, Rockford, Ill. B SQ I' Co-op Club: Freshman Basketball 1: Vigilance Committee 2: Basketball 2. if-,I Commerce Club 3, 4, 5. Q . A v 4 'T' 1 - '55 i WILLIAM R. MCCALEB, Certificate in Real Estate. Ti-1 i 4 I A 'I F: N 1 k rp- PETER MCCARTHY, LL.B. ul' V f i MARIAN ALICE MCCORD, A.B.: XQ, Mystic 13, "C," lrkkl Withrow High School aj Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 2: W. S. G. A.: Rifle Team: Class Basket- ball: Class Baseball: W. A. A.: Greek Games 1, 2: Hotel Varsity , - A 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: University News 1: Cincinnatian 1: Junior y,-,K J Adviser 3: Junior Show 3: Hockey 3, 4: Sociology Club 3, 45 lf 1 League of Women Voters 3, 4, Executive Board 4: Student Coun- y 'A eil 3, 4, Executive Board 3: Senior Speaker 4: Pan-Hellenic 41' K Delegate 4. 'j ,- i 1 in Ii .1 G. ERLYNE MCCUBBIN, A.B.: KA9. fi' Hughes High School, if-5' r ,, ' W. S. G. A.: Y. W. C. A.: Greek Games 1. 2: Ride Team lg Chemistry Club 2: A ggi Club 2, 3: Junior Show Committee 3: Varsity Art Club 3, 4: Phytological .- I A i ll 1 ' ' V ie: JOHN A. MCCURDY, M.B.: OK'I'. iff. Wheeling High School, Wheeling, W. Va.: West Virginia University, b J" , . " X P J. i if "1 VIVA MCGALLIARD, Diploma in Nursing. EN ' I Troy High School, Troy, Ohio. '11 lu 5' fi ROBERT GARNET MCINTOSH. LLB.: AXA. GAA, TKA, 'Dy' UAE, Ulex. .,'! Wiihmw High school. if 1 I Editor-in-Chief University News 3,41 President Freshman Law 'qi Class 4: Student Council 4: Y. M. C. A. 4: Captain Debating ,Lu- Team 4: Debating Coach 5, 6. in 1 fn 5 rf! HT' v 1 T U1 1 I ll 'SH L-3 ,.- -, F. .cw -fi''ri"v"r'j--uzivr-1:'-+f'1'f'vfI' Q . . . iii. .. 1. .. g :inf 'diff .L --1 in - 'r --f' '-EQ iii-gs-:Q-:xiii 62 C ,fr--vi L lisa' A.. i H i K i , . ' - v , ggi' , gt TYQ' :giTgjgT':gi,, ,U ' ' ' f' i - 1 l'7?"A .-' '11 :ell fx' -4- " V, 1' 0 vi 1:7 , -.5 ,fs . - . 'TL J fi, I. 1 I., 5 . , , . .xl . s 5 ' -A 1 ' r 'Nz ' I f V' -f 4, :H 'W - 5 , i 'LIN -'LBVI ,I .lt V f, Q 1 , rl IV N, -.Al 1 , f Q ., ,,t,.Aa,. lf- .Q F y E 'Y A A L V V W V V 1 '4 . I 1 ' ,J I ' Q Y ,,, 1- Y E., 1 'r-., ,,l' " , 'F' MARTHA MCLEAN, A.B.: AAA. I 5 '. Holmes High School, Covington, Ky.: Miami University. gf "1 Y. W. C. A.: Glee Club 1: Mummers 2: Musical Comedy 2: W. S.f1G. A. 3: L, Treasurer Sociology Club 4. ' U ' 1 IVAN MCLEOD, LL.B. l U' P ' , ff A ROSCOE C. MCNELLY, M,B.: fIDX. ' ' Brookville High School, Brookville, Ohio: Wittenberg College. r Yi' x' 1 K A, .. " 5 QM' RAYMOND MACK, Certificate n Accounting. ' , uf. f 1 r' AA, ' ...Wi ' N f ' ROBIERTAKEQNNETT MADDUX, Com. E.: BG-DU, AKW, EE, Ball and Chain, , ,JY A ex, . 4 3 lf 3 Hughes High School. W 1 ., .f - Q 'V Co-op Club: Commerce Club: Y. M. C. A.: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, h f - FI, 1 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer Sophomore Class 2: "C" Club 2, 3, 4, 5: Fresh g v ' ' ' Painters 3, 4, 5: President Senior Class 5: Executive Board of Student Council , - ' 'hai 5: Freshman Week Committee 5. r 2, c ' ' l v- I M v '. 55 MILDRED MAFFETT, B.S. P7-1 P 1 :,.:, ',.-.' 1614 29, ' Aw .DAVID MAITLAND, com. E. '.' .. ,fr KA-gf! V rx, 1 LM 3 '. lb,-Lg ANNA MARTING, M.B. ',,, 'J , rv V J . 4r'l ge? T 5 -4 ,U , 'Cj Q-v, I .L I 1 . ly '. V MIRIAM RUTH MARTING, B.S. I " Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio: Western College for Women. A . q . ,','f, 1 Chemistry Club 1, 2: Vice-President Pre-Medic Club 2: Glee Club 2: Secretary ' 1 5 I Freshman Medical Class 3: Secretary Sophomore Medical Class 4. . C . V15 MILTON MARX, A.B.: EAM, UAE. w 5 f' - Hughes High School. ' ',-,- , University News: Chemistry Club 1: Varsity Art Club 2, 3. .1 , . -.7 r I' ri r' Lgli ' ' ll 1 , r if MARTIN F. MATHEWS, Ch. E.: BK, AXE. x I cf Brocton High School, Brocton, N. Y. N IF, Co-op Club: Engineering Tribunal 4, 5. gl: V Q JOHN L. MAURER, M.B.:C. C. c., NEN. Doane Academy, Granville, Ohio: University of Colorado. ' i 1 .fi jfkf 4 f 1,14 ' th vq 1 D I' - 1 , , . . Y Y ' W' 'AA' I fl , J. A: 1 ' . , 5 'Q , W,f,fW ,,,, g Y rv . rg me--fr' ' 'fl.'M"'LlW'IL1 -W 'j',""" ,Ari .,.,. .. A. 4 f .4 " ul 3. --.fr X. ...Y Dv, --3--1. .. -3--Uv-if-at P-1--.ll frfj A in .glfi ff. ff.:-,' -.4 f.. f"'Tfr Az -- f. - - . . A . lf A Q if- -. l.f..L .4-21.4.1 ' .433-....:i4i'5fj. H 41-4 'J- in, ii' ' 'Lv 'Wi rw IL ,"' '9 Atal' ,,1:tE:..l,1"' "" ' rf " A 'A' "' ' 'A' J "V ' , .-. fy , I 63 ll- . 1. . - . ' - .-,'-,4'C .- V.. 'h - .7 L. . ' , ' . . -1 w 1. '- S' 1 ", ,Ar 'ir . ..- - f m ,-'- f if i f 'N ax 1 'T ,fu 41, iii ' , "'- A '.". n JOHN J. MAYERCIK, M.B.g BK. , f' Danbury High School, Danbury, Conn.g Midd'ebury College. 1 Baseball 2, 3, Wrestling 3. v JONAH MEHL, A.B., EAM, Ulex, "CJ, Hughes High School. FRIEDA MEIER, B.S. Hughes High School. W. S. G. A., Y. W. C. A.g Nutrition Club, Secretary 45 Co-ep Club: Hockey 13 Basketball 1. CHARLES MEITUS, A.B. 1 PAUL W. K. MENARD, Ch.E.g Triangle, AXE. IA. I Hughes High School. I N Co-op Club, Chem.-Met.Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Team 25 " 'ci Cadet Oliicers' Club 3, 4, 53 Military Ball Committee 4 ,N . ' l ' , 1 ERMA MENDENHALL, Diploma in Nursing. f . Marietta High school, Marietta, ohio. V, . 1- 1 SARITA C. MESSER, A.B.: AGE. '.' W Hughes High School. , ' , Menorah Society 2, 3, 4: Music Club 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4, Treasurer 41 -i if W.S.G.A.4. - '- 'o. V 'J EDITH P. MEYER, B.Sg AAA. "Wi Hughes High School. A Mummers 1, Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 43 W. S G. A. 4. i C HELEN MARY MEYERS, B.S.g AAA. I Hughes High School. Y W. C. A. 1: Cincinnatian 1: Freshman Reception Committee 1. I . 'N SIDNEY MEYERS, A.B.: EAM. Hughes High School , Freshman Basketball 1: Basketball 2, 3, 4,3 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Vigilance Committee 2: Secretary Ohio Inter-Collegi- 1 "i ate Tennis Association 33 Manager Ohio Conference Tennis I Tournament 3. 1. '. ' , ! -5 REBA ELIZABETH MIARS, Diploma in Nursing. '-" I Morrow High School Morrow, Ohio. ,ffl . 4 V Melody Club 1, 3, 4. H-. I .A 'R VIRGINIA MICELI, A.B ",,.- Woodward High School. H." W. S. G. A. 15 Y. W. C. A. 1: Spanish Club 1: German Club 3, 4. 'V' '1 ig fl lu. v ,, , . , ,Q . . C4 1 'x '." ,. " 1 .1 'f' ' I .'i."'f QW f'T' "'Tn-l"""'T"'7'Y 1 Ci. u jf 1' .'4, ,I I 1,,'vi!1.-, .-'. sxA.',l Wq1,4 1 . f - f ' -. - 1 ..- 1 C I el: are A fx. -1 'x,,,!! 64- . . ,. 5 I, 4-"4.' - .... 3. . .--1- ,-I 'l,..--.e . .,r E 5 ., A L 1 I ,,,, Y ., . - 'Enix' .',x ',l.'l.. f , ,U g o", A+' ..,4 ,-, ' 1 I 5- K , .ya xl. .ix O' I L . I , 1, - Q ,, L s . l 'a , I 4 I I nfl vhf' I I Q . I ' 1 v , . I v Q v 1 in 1 x . - ' Q 1 n , 1 1' n ' 4 r 5 ,XR .f rf tw ii .nl I i 5 l ,ji 1'--wr - : ' .. ,S 1 Q .J 11' .h. -1. -HJ .41 '4 FRED W. MICHEL, Certiicate in General Business. Batesville High School, Batesville, Ind. Evening Commerce Club. JOHN MICK, Ch. E. HELEN MARTHA MILLS, A.B., AAO. Hughes High School. Blue Hydra 25 Y. W. C. A. 3g W. S. G. A. 4. ELIZABETH H. MOONEY, B.S. Hughes High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2, Greek Games 1, 29 Glee Club 13 Class Baseball 25 Junior Show 3: C. K. T. S. Students' Club 3: Secretary Kindergarten Class 3, 4. HAROLD A. MOORE, Com. E. Hughes High School. Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Football 1, Freshman Basketball 1, Basket- ball 2, 3, 53 Baseball 4, 5. MARY ROWE MOORE, B. S., AOII, Mystic 13. Knoxville High School, Knoxville, Tenn., University of Tennessee. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 39 W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 33 Greek Games 1, 23 Nutri- tion Club 1, Swimming Team, Captain 1, Manager 2g Hockey Team, Manager 1, Captain 23 Basketball Team, Manager 4: Baseball Team, Dance Club 2, 45 President W. A. A. 35 Secre- tary Literary Society 33 Chairman Women's Vigilance 43 Band Sponsor 4, Student-Faculty Co-operation Committee 4, Chair- man League of Nations 4. RALPH M. MORGAREIDGE. ALFRED MORRISON, LL.B. HARRY R. MUEGEL, A.B. West Night High School. Blue Hydra 1. ROBERT E. MURPHEY, LL.B., SAE, CIJAA. , Rochester High School, Rochester, Ind.: Indiana University. KENNETH NICHOLSON, E.E. OWEN JOSEPH NICHOLSON, M.B.g NEN. ' Sanduslry High School, Sandusky, Ohiog University of Notre Dame, University of Michigan. ,, fi , Jn, A I ' 'ra E1 E 2 4 s .,.., 65 5, . Y , f '.,' '- 'a I. is 1 " ,Q 4 l LOMOND WESTON NIMMO, B.S.: BGII, "C." Hughes High School. 21 Y. M. C. A.: Freshman Football 1: Football 2, 3, 4, 5: Track Team 2, 3, 4, 5: -:,' "C" Club 4, 5: Musical Comedy 4, 5. X 1 S PAUL F. NOCKA, B.S.: Triangle, Doric Order. g , Woodward High School. ' 1 Braune Civils 1, 2: Co-op Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Fresh Painters 2: Modarch Club 3: Applied Arts Club 4, 5: Applied Arts Tribunal 5. EDWARD M. NORTON, JR. Ch. E.: CIDAO, AXE. ASh'3l1d High Schoo', Ashland. Ky, ' t Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3: Co-op Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 2, 3. 1 JEANETTE NURRE, B.S.: Campus Club. St. Mary High School. Y. W. C. A: W. S. G. A.: W. A .A. 2, 3. 4: Basketball Team 2, 3, 4: Hockey Team 3, 4: Baseball Team 3, 4: Swimming Manager 4: Dance Club 4. ELMER' J. OBERMEYER, Certificate in Real Estate. ' East Night High School: William and Mary College. GEORGE EDWIN OBRIST, M.B.: Fellowcraft. I Portsmouth High School, Portsmouth, Ohio: Ohio State University. I ' 4 V i 1 ODESSA WILLETTA PALMER, A.B.: AKA. Withrow High School. W. S. G. A. 1: Inter-Racial Club 2, 3: Soc ology Club 4 L ' -I 1 ELIZABETH PARTL, B.S.: KA, ' YVONNE MARIE PARTL, B.S.: KA, Mystic 13. Hughes High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 3: Greek Games 1, 2, Chairman 2: Mummers 1, 2: Musical Comedy 1. 2, 4: Freshman Corner Committee 1: Hotel Varsity r 2, 4: Faculty Party 2: Sophomore Corner Committee 2: Fresh Painters 2, 3, 4: Basketball Team 3: W. A. A. 3, 4: Junior Show 3: Home Coming 3: Freshman Reception Committee 4 THURMAN PERRY, M.B. , J ELEANOR PETERS, A B.: AZ .ry ' Hughes High School. E L , Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G A.: W. A A. 1: Co-ep Club 1, 2: Nutrition Club 1, 2, ' ul, Secretary 2: Palaeolinguists 3. , MARION SEWARD PETERS, A.B.: AXQ, "C," V 'f It Mt. Healthy High School, Mt. Healthy, Ohio. s ' ll Y. VV. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club rv'-' 1, 2, 3, President 2, Secretary 3: Varsity Art Club 1: Greek Games ,J 4 1, 2: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3: Ritle Team 1, 2: University News 1: lf- W. A. A.: Palueolinguists 2: League of Women Voters 2, 3: Soci- Q e'1 ology Club 4. K-1 l, rl i , 1 ii- ' ' I xl Zlf dh' i rj "f "rv'1-nu--.v--P 1 if-Vw-r'g'r-r-rf,- wg, A , . .i ,i-.'., x . "QW .'-1 478, x , -ul . ,.,.- 1 -,H Q s.. '. .f ,1.,Ts'g,,.vr14',. 0. f J l ,Q 4 ' .4 . 2.5. i ' -A . .l,a.. .4 66 fl nl y- mi!-' 1:7 Nfvffiff 'ivf 1 "I -F 'f"' ' .,. -f -'L -6 rv A ,J ian , 9.5. f.-W1 Q.. 'L -':.f 5.4-11 .. rw ,E Jw,-IA .Y . , i ,G ,f 1 J, i J l . '- :D L lj, ANDREW PETERSON, E.E. If 1 cf-fi l lfifg EDITH LOUISE PETRIE, A.B. fv 3' Withrow High School. if l Y. W. c. A., spanish Club, W. A. A. 1, 2, Green Games 1 T4 -1 ,"N A ' i if '- r.,.. Q ,l , Q ALFRED H. PFOERTNER, C.E- :-' 'i East St. Louis High School, East St. Louis, Mo. f . 1' I Braune Civils. -' 1 fi ' AGNES PHELAN, B.E. 'OLIVER E. PIENKOWSKI, E.E., HKN. Woodward High School. . DOROTHY PIERSON, A.B.: KKF. Shortridge High School Indianapolis, Ind.: Western College for Women. HILLEARY W. POE, A.B.g C.C.C. NewMBichmond High School, New Richmond, Ohiog Ohio State University I iami. - Pre-Legal Club 1, 2, 3, Y. M. C.A. 13 Bag and Hammer 2: Debating Team 4 r 1 V ELIZABETH W RAMSEY, A.B.: Campus Club X Woodward High School. ' l SELMA RAPHAELSON, A.B - I 4 . . GLEN AA REBKA, C.E,: Triangle. Greenville High School, Greenville, Ohio Braune Civils: Co-op Club. i 1, I SUE MARGARET REDFIELD, B.S.g AAA, Mystic 13. Hughes High School. 'J' 4 Y. W. C. A 5 W. S. G. A. 5: League of Women Voters 5. 'PX 1 ,Q LAURA RECKMAN, Diploma in Nursing. l X ty 1 . .4-uv ' l 'k .5 l . 2 L4 , In I ll L! . 'sp ' ' . I ' 1 . , 1- , ,H . L lk? Sf I-Y 1.45, :Q . irgyiff i " - SL? 4f-f.M,.v'4f , gf ' i ii W 545.1119-..++-"x'2i. E ' 4 ' " J . 67 . . --- -vfY.,--if--f-Wffff-f-f-'W . .-W--- .- .. .,, , , ,- N A"-,'- ' ..,,.,- A ,A.- ., - -.,"...7" ,.,.'v.,v' '- r-,Pnl 114 4,1 . v .q if- .1 I- ' .. if fs Q ,J .',l-.!.L A' 1 I I X Z5Q?'..?k'uj'f3,35 :fl sfgffqfgir f vt 'S-vf 'fi 1 WILLLAM L. REGAN, M.B.g CIJKT, fI1X. , j' ' Wilmington High School, Wilmington, Ohio, Ohio University. iv Aj President Senior Medical Class. Li ' Q . U, 'c , 1 EDWIN PAUL REICHARD, C.E.3 Triangle, TBH. I Milton High School, Milton, Pa. ' Y L: Co-op Club, Braune Civilsg Men's Vigilance Committee 2. C 1 EMILY MAY REIF, B.E.g KA. L 1 Hughes High School. -Q4 . 5' I , CLAIRE REINHARD, A.B. 3 5 Q Nicholes Senn High School, Chicago, Ill., Milwaukee Downer ,R College. - 4 r - . Sociology Club 13 French Club 2. -, ELIZABETH REINHART, A.B.: XQ. I X ,V .A D' - 4 . ,RJ WINONA RICHTER, Diploma in Nursing. r ' ,Q ,- 'I .' 5 .Q I . 1 DAN RIVERS, B.S. '. ,' 'LJ ELEANOR E. ROBERTS, A.B.g xo. H ' ,, Hughes High School. l l 'A Y. W. c. A.: W. s. G. A., W. A. A., Glee Club 1, University . fl News 1, 2, Freshman Commissioner 33 Sociology Club 3, 43 French A . Club 3, 4. ,- 'x I I 1 w I RICHARD B. ROBERTS, Com. E. V 2 VERNON E. RODEN, M.B. "1 Catholic High School, Hamilton, Ohio: University oi Dayton. ,el A V l . fl ,. 1 I 5 . I HAZEL ROGERS, B.S. r '9 J I lp JOHN J. ROLF, B.S. -,pg Y 5' X .', 5 . , n A 5 ' ' fi l I 1 'l' f- - .3 , 'J 1 J, . . 4 . ..-. Tw- ,if f- Q P, Q' ,Y .V . ..,f. ----. K-1 , , v,si'.'fi 'I -.g r 'N "". .-'. .A V -5 'J. 1. . .A I -"w, ,f ...Q , -, " - - 4- 1. - . r5...-iv+... 'L - 2 mfs. w...e.f.1 . -- J 'L.-.1-Lbzjffik - , ,J 'x..l G8 un, 1 15521 'ffl s','T if IL" ,Ht frm ,, ,nv 'r 15' lpn, f 'zu iris: 4"V4, lo li ,l I x 'kr iff ll. ls 'KD 1 i L l iw ww -1 1 1' ,! M: '. I 13. fl ali A v 'xt X , 2 . s ,A X .I l . .I . !' f ' .l fflfi-'I K 14 FC' 1 kg P1-1 f ' 4. is ev- ,. -ff 135,131.1eE.f:gGf1'ib1fYfff..?fF. ,. it f we 1.5-.31 -- I X N 542 10 L + WALTER W. ROLFES, C.E. Woodward High School. Braune Civils 1, Co-op Club 2g R. O. T. C. Stal! 5. HERMAN RONSHEIM, B.S.g Doric Order. Hughes High School. Co-op Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Chem.-Met. Club 1, 23 Mummers 3, Fresh Painters 39 Modarch Club 3, 49 Applied Arts Club 4, 5, President Applied Arts Tribunal 5, Instructor in Batik Hobby 5. B. J. ROOF, E.E.g Triangle. Monroeton High School, Monroeton, Pa., Mansfield State Normal School. A. I. E. E.: Co-op Club, Men's Glee Club 3: Cross Country 3. CLYDE J. ROOF, M.B.: Kllf, OKYF. Springfield High School, Springfield, Ohio, Ohio Northern Uni- versity. IDABEL ROSENBAUM, A.B. E. ROSENSWEIG, A.B., HAE. Hughes High School. Literary Society 23 Cynic 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4. LAURA ROSNAGLE, B.S., A.AH. Clearcreek Township High School, Springboro, Ohio, Miami University. A. CLYDE ROSS, B.S.g QTKID. Punxsutawney High School, Punxsutawney, Pa. Chemistry Club 2, 3: Pre-Medic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 39 Glee Club 4, 5. GEORGE F. ROTH, JR., B.S.g Doric Order. Holmes High School, Covington, Ky. Co-op Club 1, 2, 33 Braune Civils 1, 2, Band 2, 3: Glee Club 35 Modarch Club 3, 4: Applied Arts Club 4, 53 Y. M. C. A. 5. CARL RUNGE, LL.B. THOMAS RUSH, MB. ALICE E. RUSSELL, A.B., KA, Mystic 13, Papyrus. Hughes High School. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: W. A. A.: Aspirants 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 33 University News 1, 2, 33 Greek Games Committee 1, 29 Junior Show Committee 3: Musical Comedy Production Com- mittee 3, 45 Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Fresh Painters 4. -Y ...ff . 4 , ,I ' 4 . V ,,,,,,,,, .' . ,, -,ls , -x-Y, ,tw ,.,,.,.7,, -I., t,r- W1 .. ui- I Yr -av-an-1 v- Gbufj Jkjf, ii.Qil4'9?i1 -.':a3?ff UQ' 7f'7i'...i9-' A U V21 fn' ir" ' - - ' In A Q' 1 1 . , 1 EI , I .4., 4 ,.a..,Y -I f..,iL-Qtgftfgkfgf-. - -if-W , A -3 -4 J -..X 1,-. 69 iff r ' N 1:--f...:vas...QQ-'4.'i-1--.1-L.iv s , - .1 va- 14--V , ff-fe-.'-- --src.. I , . ,:-. . -y,.,f1,., w- :ht-vi - I f-A-4 '. 1 ALBERT O. RYAN, Ch. E. Covington High School, Covington, Ky. ' 0 LESTER SANDERS, M.B. , . 4 ,xi JOHN SANGER, LL.B., B911 . -I '93 ' H RICHARD G. SAVERY, M.B., HTS, Scabbard and Blade, "C." ff., Chattanooga High School, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ji, 1 A. S. M. E.: Co-op Club, Y. M. C. A.: Wrestling 1: R.. O. T. C. , L Shield 2g Vigilance Committee 25 Football 3, 4, 53 Military Ball lu A4 Committee 43 "C" Club 4, 5. , ,- b Q r . LUTHER RICHARD SCHAEFF, Ch. E.g TB1'I. xx'-ff Stivers High School, Dayton, Ohio. - ' f' - ! Chem.-Met. Club 1, 2. 4, 5: Military StaE 4, 53 Co-op Club 1, 2, 4, 5. I ' 1 ,. .,-1: WILLIAM SCHALLER, M.B. FIC vit, ,- is 1 f,.'i WILLIAM FRED SCHANZLE, Ch. E., AXE, TBH. ' Withrow High School. 'fi- Co-op Club: Chem.-Met. Club 1, Secretary Rifle Club 2, President Student '.'ld Chapter A. I. C. E. 5. KR! lg .1 .k J ALVIN SCHMITHORST, Certificate in General Business. A1 Hughes High School. F' 11 Evening Commerce Club. ', I - l I I I LESLIE J. SCHRADIN, M.B.: EAE, AKK. , , New London High School, Shandon, Ohio, Miami University. elf, P- iii 1 'V ARTHUR J. SCHROEDER, Ch. E.3 ETH, AXE, UC." ,PWA Walnut Hills High School. ' ' ff Chemical Engineers' Club 1, 2: Co-op Clubg Track Team 2,f3: T , ' Rifle Team 1. ., ., -5 a 5 W6 I " ' 1 U VIRGIL M. SCHWARM, Corn. E., GAS, ASH, Ball and Chain, "C." g ' ' Hamilton High School. Hamilton, ohio. U". ' Co-op Club: Y. M. C. A.: Freshman Football 1: Musical Comedy 2,f3, 4:1Fresh "IQ Painters 3, 4, 53 Commerce Club 3. 4, 53 Football 3, 4, 5: Council'oiISix 4: "C" -Q-4 Club 4, 5: Pan-Hellenic Delegate 4, 53 Co-op Dance Committeejig Seniorffiop '- Committee 5. kr A A BENJAMIN S. SCHWARTZ. LLB.: C. C. C. xy"-I I Hughes High School. lk!! Z Q . PreL-agar Club 1, 2, 3, Lienorah Society 1, 2, a. 5 '!1 V, 4 .N . G3 V. .A or M ' " T' y.1!' ' 'T' T' , TTI ff "r""'i1' QI H- lv . -If , w-.,. r'g,.v -w 3.3 'gin' yo r 4 4 1 ' 4. ,.'y?.4. " WAC? A 1".LC ' 14 l.?". .Lf'3?5h.' - 'l-'1HifxMi:'Lg.'AK L-X'x...fl-J 70 1 1:r.1'- r- . 5.4 - A71-i-rf. f.-gn-btw!! A ,CA 6 U .: -P? V i ERNEST D. SCHWARZ, Certificate in Accounting. E fi 'E Withrow High School. - A . if . Commerce Club. L , 4 ,514 f jx ELIZABETH M. SCHWEBEL, Ch. E.: IIXE. tif A Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohio. l", ,i Co-ep Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Y. W. C. A.: V Chemists' Club: W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 3, 5, Chem.-Com. Club 3, 4, 5, 1 1 President 53 0. T. G. Club 4, 5. . 1 Q, 7,4 WALLACE scorr, A.B. ' A L 5 , I 5 ADDLE SEAVER, A.B.g campus Club. . l Withrow High School. fi - fl Y. W. C. A.g W. S. G. A. ig French Club 4. .A , . .bij I -. W V tk, JOHN G. SEGELKEN, A.B. ix., I .. ' J I ' MARTHA M. SEIFRIED, A.B.: AZ. . ' J' Wirhmw High School. rl' Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 4, W. S. G. A.g W. A. A.: Girls' Glee Club: V' , 'l Greek Games 2, Mumrners 2, 3: Blue Hydra 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: 3 'A Palaeolinguists 2: Women's Pan-Hellenic Association 3,4, Treas- g ', 'J urer 33 Junior Advisor 35 Secretary Bird Club 35 Senior Speaker 4. r, . 'N 9 'L .43 RUTH M. SENTEFF, B.S.g IDA. 5 li" Science Hill High School, Johnson City, Tenn. :fi ,i Nutrition Club, Treasurer 35 Co-ep Club. . Ji OLIVE ELLEN SHALE, Diploma in Nursing. ful Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio, Hiram College. Q, . K fi Y. W. C. A.: Committee 13 President 3: Melody Club, Secretary- ,iu Treasurer 2, President 3, Vice-President Freshman Class 1: ia TQ Delegate to Y. W. C. A. Geneva Conference 2. If Q " 1 Ja . . ' ji i VERGIE C. SHOUP, Diploma in Nursing. .f , 5.1 1 springneia High School, sprihgfieid, Ohio. ' Q F Y A ' . . ' .i 1 WILLIAM THOMSON SHRINER, B.S.3 47139, CIPX. gk' ' Hughes High School. . L Y r x ut 1 MARIE SIEMER, B.E.3 KA. HG. L, I i bm lj' Hughes High School. ' ...Q L . Ll 1: LORETTA M. SILVERSTEIN, A.B.g 4322. 'O' Hughes High School. Q, jx! W. A. A., W. S. G. A., Aspirants 2, 3, 4: Bird Club 2, Music Club f ' 1 2, 3, Pre-Legal Club 23 University News 2, 3, 4. Y ill Gi 532-fl-Q-+1-ir. Q., .. i 1 . r ewff"'.-nrt. - .. i ' 'A if me f' ifieu-.C :eh-eg. +L ' it , . I- wr, 71 V' ni! 1 '-'.'..' ., . I' A X r x 4 Q , .Qty 1 'I .,y CHNCCHNNATHAN 1 U , I 1 q 1 l ,v N 1 ' lt ,F A, - - - .ff - V - Wig 'ri' . T - I-f -1-V ara- . ,L ve' -'vs fr-, 37 fig' K- X I ' V I L. -s-.,-?H"1:1'f'Li??.fi-Qggie-4 HP-F MARTHA JANE SIMPSON, Diploma in Nursing. ...L 1 J., Jefferson Township High School. ' 4, I 3- 1' X ta ISABELLE SINDLINGER, A.B.g XQ. i'.I - Withrow High School. 'l .1 ,. -1 Y. W. C. A., W. S. G. A.: Greek Games 1, 23 W. A. A. 1, French , 41 Club 4. , , i A -' ' MS C. ALLAN SMITH, Com. E., EAE. ,Q 1 V VLA Q7 ROBERT K. SMITH, M.B.: KE, NEN. ' t 'lj Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pa., Cornell University, Ohio l lk' University. l 1, l .4 I ,Q fr' , I V. . ' -,B WALTER SMITH, LL.B.: IIKA. l , '4 S al. -' . ll ' ,, I ' . ALEXANDER SNIDER, Certificate in Real Estate. rl V21 T'-ZA V. - 4 ?,lf l VIRGINIA SPEIDEL, A.B., KA9. J' W Batavia High School, Batavia, Ohio. 'I : , Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 3: Greek Games 1: University News 1, 2: Mum- ,L Lk' mers 2, 3, 4, Board 4: Literary Society 3, 45 Junior Show 3: Pan-Hellenic Dele- ' A 'V gate 3. , :J ,' -ug FRED E. SPRAGENS,B.S. ',. , Hughes High School. 5. r' C Pre-Medic Club 2, 3. ' I i K .. 5 ' , HAZEL LOUISE SPROULL, M.B., AEI. , Q ' l West Union High School, West Union, Ohio: Miami University. l .7 ', uri' L - ' , LOUIS STARNBACH, Certificate in Advertising. I . N ,. it . ff Y rf 1 C. ROY STEINGRUBE. M.B. I " Walnut Hills High School. I," ', r,,,'1 J al' fi 1-:RWIN G. STEINWART, com. E.: C. C. G. PIN, Woodward High School. K!!! ' . l. ff 4 ' '1 . L1 .1 . if f., ff as-ff-f AV'f'T1".'7' '34 I . .mn-'i 1 so '-'41 1' 'inn A ' L r, 'A '--.xgi., .L 'L . "',-'nl?4,S fl-A-slag-ff L-A I 1 W K W W KY, 772 fl' " 'N- A ff fs' Y 'fied-rr: ' ' "" i p" '.' " f - --aw, qzyijgvgvg -w - K--yv ur K rw X In 1 V, xx r 1 R C-4 'ahpa Jr1'.fff0'Tf'7 S11 .. "- f f -f 1 ll N "' VL A. . ..V. ips .. H...-.- W-a x . I I' ffjl HESTER STEPHENSON, A.B. lliki . ,P' CHESTER K. STERRETT, cam. E., 1XE,AKil', BFE. l :DIA Hughes High School. l 5' ' Co-op Club, Commerce Club, Treasurer 4, 5, Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, l 1 ,l Glee Club 3, 4, 5, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Fresh Painters 5, Fresh- tg, I man Reception Committee 5. lv l V .vs ' A-i 1 gl 1 'Y ,J '- FRED STEUERNAGEL, Certificate in Accounting. ii Hughes High School. gif- l -I A' , J f' l RUTH STEVENS, A.B., AKA. A. l .1 Walnut Hills High School. FL A 3 ,YA. I All l, yr!! r 1 ,- I, .1 FRANCES STOELTING, A.B., AAO. "Q Holland High School, Holland, Ind. ' l n ,zxshl Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, W. A. A. 1, 2, W. S. G. A. 1, 2, Sociology Club 3, 4. L 5 5 , DOROTHY LOUISE STONE, A.B., Campus Club. A, Pasadena High School, Pasadena, Calif., Fiellerton Junior College. l ' l lg H3 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4, W. S. G. A. 4, Orchestra 4, Glee Club 4. nl , my ,,-' Q3 HELEN LOUISE STORY, A.B., KA, KAU. 'I , Hughes High School. ' Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 4: W. A. A., Treasurer 4, W. S. G. A., Treasurer 4, Greek 5 gl Games 1, 2, League of Women Voters 3, 4, Class Baseball Manager 3, President 1 'i Junior Class, College of Education 3, Junior Show 3, Student Assistant in .I Mathematics 4. I-,fl VERA STRASHUN, B.S., EAT. rv " Hughes High School. 1'f'i, Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 3, Greek Games 1, 2, Com- ,xx mittee 1, Class Baseball 1, 2, Hockey Team 2, 3, 4, Manager 4: 'i' Rifle Squad, Dance Club, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Secretary ' gf W. A. A. 3, Junior Show Committee 33 Basketball 3, 4, Pan- . I ll Hellenic Delegate 4. r . MARGARET GERTRUDE STRASSLER, B.S. Arsenal Technical School, Indianapolis, Ind., Sargent School. E .. Dance Club 1, Hockey Team 2. A ., 1 T ll EARL A. STRAUD, Com. E., EAE, Ulex, HC." Q - ' Newark High School, Newark, Ohio. A Co-op Club, Commerce Club, Y. M. C. A. 1, Band 1, Freshman Basketball 1, Football 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4, 5, Pan-Hellenic Delegate 4, 5, Senior Hop Com- , mittee 5. BERNARD STROTHMAN, M.E., TBH, HTE. Woodward High School. . A. S. M. E. 4, 5. Q. ' . TI ' Miq EDWARD CHARLES STROTHMAN, C. E., TBl'I. ly, , A Walnut Hills High School. If-"4 Co-op Club, Braune Civils, President 5. is . i sl x Q, . . M . 'Qs E 1 is mr-A 4 7-Fin' 4.'g'1l4"e-1 v":jii" ' Tj I ' J Y . is i H .tj2xbls1.1! L-.Wiz gl, , l,.l.,"s.N,V 7. Qt' W- .ml r xfn .- 5 f . Ati.-.g'.V..Y1..Vl-V if -QILQQJ. . ' .. .f HZ., Lf 24 ' 1. Q 1 , . 4.-.X '.... N f Q.. 73 'iv Ji W I r l I , , A n . kj, , jj., ' 'ful ' ' If ,,f"', N . xf-- -,qv - jvv " ,xy 'Q'i eg.e"w - 4, .. .ly ,il i,l XII 3. I 4,,,-do-'ofa l Q? E, 9 I C 4' " I - 'L 3 4 f 1 A i i i N . 4 4M'..ff...i-?xl7'1f1T3LJ::, '?fri1f7i'::?:- .' i Thy' ARTHUR H. SWENSON, M.E.g IXE. 1 Rockford High School, Rockford, Ill. 5 ,iii ce-up Club: A. s. M. E., Glee Club 5, Musical comedy 5. 'ful 1 .LZ-.ij CLARENCE W. TAYLOR, E.E. "Q, Morton High School, Richmond, Ind. - 'rl A. 1. E. E., President 5, ceep Club: Cadet Stal 3, 4, 5. -,fl 1 1 'fill JOHN THEISS, Ju., HE. Trenton High School, Trenton, Ohio. ce-up Club: A. 1. E. E., nine Team 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 5, Y. M. c. A. 5. '53 " V . 1 fl GORDON M. THORNDYKE, A.B. 1 I1 Hughes High School. h Lx' Pre-Legal Club 1, 2, 3: Y. M. C. A. 1: Sociology Club 2, 3:IBag ' ,Q and Hammer 3: Blue Hydra 3. 3' I A. !1 :ff 1 DOROTHY ELIZABETH TODD, A.B.: AAA. vi, X' Hughes High School. Q 4 Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: Manager Freshman Basketball 1: Basketball Teamllg i ' '1 Sophomore Hop Committee 2: Cincinuatian 2: Liberal Arts Cabinet 3: Pan- f ', Hellenic Delegate 3: Student Assistant in Psychology 3, 4. N -F 1 il i 1 GEO-EG? C. TOEPFER, Com. E.: SGH, ASH, Scabbard and 'fx la e. l' 1' Hughes High seheel. V11 Commerce Club: Co-op Club: Y. M. C. A.: R. O. T. C. Shield Q 2, 3, 4. , I .lxl MARY LOUISE TRACY. Diploma in Nursing. N11 Briageperi High sehuel, Bridgeport, 111. lava! Shi SYLVIA BOND TRENT, Diploma in Nursing. ' shi' Pikeville College Academy, Pikeville, Ky. '55 J Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class 1: School Council 2: Melody Ln Club 3. . pd V. 'J l l,n LAWRENCE ELMER TURTON, B.S.: EX, NSN. ' ' I Lebanon High School, Lebanon, Ohio. if f 1 Treasurer Sophomore Medical Class 25 Student Instructor in Anatomy 23 lf! University News 3. 7 'JI A14 CLARK A. VALENTINER, Com. E.: BON, Ulev, "C." Vh Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. ' iv: I Freshman Football 1: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4ZVC0m- FL it merce Club: Co-op Club: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Engineering Tribunal 3. r 2-S- . I, MARY ELIZABETH VALERIO, BLS. Woodward High School. L- - I4 Newman Club: Y. W. C. A. 1: Glee Club 1: Nutrition Club 2, 3, 4. le- 1. r -P1 CHARLES EDWARD VANCE. A.B.: ATO, QJAQ. A, Hartwell High seheei. fl Pre-Legal Club 1, 2: University News 1. 23 Baseball 1, 2, Vid- lance Committee 2: Sophomore Corner Committee 2: Pan-Hellenic ,I 4 Delegate 2, il, 4, President 4: Chairman Junior Corner Committee if 3: Treasurer Senior Class 4. e v ,-'i .Y 451 ff li be ' wg' l ' 'il "' y- 'Y 'Y r dvi- iff- qt-9--M f-Q.-Al' tb' -1 l Q. -..f -if-f. f'-vf-1 - i - -f an-if 1' . . . ,. ,- .. al Lf., . -5-1, A ..,g.,. A .V '11, .gag . ' L,fdgq'Q.1 7+ -fi-'-s 1 .. nl' .' 'A ' 3-par' F11 Fix, H. H. VANDYKE, M.B.g NEN. i ,A Holland High School, Holland, Mich.: Hope College. 1 Pediatrics Society, Class President 1, 2, 3. 4,1 ua P, . . V, CLARK W. VIRTUE, M.B.g QTIID. B-N Q Washington Township High School, Iberia, Ohio. ' l ALVIN O. VITZ, M.S. and C.E.g IXE, Scabbard and Blade. I Holmes High School, Covington, Ky. ' I I Braune Civils, Secretary 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2: Rifle Team13g Coeop L Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4, R. O. T. C. Shield 4,15. THOMAS A. WAGNER, A.B. East Night High School. Pre-Legal Club 2. M JANE WALSH, B.S.: GCIUA. F fr 1 , JEAN WALSH, B.E.: 91IDA. L ' f I '. L' MARGUERITE WEATHERBY, B.E.g AA9. n ', ' .V v 'fi 1 ix .' HOWARD EDWARD WEHR, Ch. E., IXE, AXE. P1 1' Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio. , ' L Co-op Club: Chem.-Met. Club 1, 2, Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4, 5, A' I A.I.C.E.5. , as ll . v 1 1 ' 1, A, MATHIAS WEISGERBER, Certihcate in Accounting. '- Norwood High School, Norwood, Ohio. QA I Evening Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4. , u in-a . ,. , ' 4 WILLARD WEISE, E.E. fs 4 f ' ' - HELEN WEHMANN, B.E.g KKP. . Lum , Q' , ELIZABETH ANN WELLEN, B.S.g GCPA. 'X - vl Mother of Mercy Villa High School. L. fi Newman Club, Secretary 3, VicePresident 4, Y. W. C. A., Cab- ' 54, inet 3, 4, W. S. G. A. 1, 2, 4gG1ee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Alumnal rf---K, Day Committee lg Greek Games 1, 2, Chairman Alumnal Day 2, g' ' Class Swimming Team 25 Junior Prom Committee 3, Junior Show Committee 3, Chairman Junior-Senior Girls' Party 33 ", 1 League of Women Voters 4. 1 n li l 4' 1 . - . L ffl 'T -fly L-5k4??Yf if I "ie -- - 1 Q g ii' 3 '- '11, V fi'L1'- ',. . ,,+1e'?:.'1l.i..-..1.. J .-., E. 7""' "WW """' " ' W 1 ft --. .J x...!' '75 ,YN qv I 5, , 4. . . . , . . . 'V"d5:'4 .' "1" IV" ." "F ' ffl,-" i v . ' l ey. ,qg, 'ix 1: -4-. ,, . ' f gh. I- S : , Q ,aan 4 - , . Sli' Q iq . , f , "9 Q. 4 -o - v-'w- ,'-- 1 " -,.'v,,vv -bv--vjrwj.-r"',. w 1--E-+'.'?,ir'f . . - of .. f'-ff' .'. -1 11.1 Q A ae , ...es - K . X n 1 1 P Q f ' ' 1 Y , 'li 4 --L' 'X' -f 5 , !l X bf A fy., Xksb ,fl ,QCLQ ' Ki ' 1.1 V' . A I' W ALBERT J. WENDEL, Com. E. ILA' Woodward High School. , Co-op Club: A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 35 Y. M. C. A. 23 Commerce 3, 4, 5. J-j RANALD S. WEST, A.B.g IIKA, CIPAKIP, IIAE, UC." 1. 1' Hughes High School. Ll .1 Fresh Paintersg Freshman Cheer Leader 15 Head Cheerleader T 1' ' 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedy 1, 2, Orchestra 3: Vigilance Committee 2g 14 Y Sophomore Hop Committee 2: Mummers 25 Pan-Hellenic Dele- - ' , gate 25 Cynic 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Associate Business Man- ', n ager 45 Council of Six 3: Junior Prom Committee 35 Pre-Legal ' 4 Club 3: "C" Club 3, 41 Freshman Reception Committee 4. "" . I-A,' ,J : -4 . LUCILE FAITH WHITE, A.B.3 AZ. l, , Hughes High School. f Y. W. C. A.5 W. S. G. A., Greek Games Committee 1, 2: Aspirants 1, 25 W. A. A. 'WP' 15 Cincinnatian 1: Glee Clubg Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Musical Comedy 1, 2, 31 L Q Mummersg University News 25 Sophomore Hop Committee 2: Pau-Hellenic l V Delegate 2: Hotel Varsity 2, 35 Fresh Painters 3, 4: Junior Show Committee 35 r ' Junior Corner Committee 3: Invitation and Announcement Committee 4. 2' r A ' CHARLES WILLIAMS, LL.B. ' " . 'I l , lu I 'Q FOSTER M. WILLIAMS, B.S. L ' x .. 'pm' JACK GLENN WILLIAMS, LL.B. , 5' :fi if' 4 r -5 ' ETHEL M. WISE, Com. E., IIXE. 5-n ' 1 Woodward High School. VJ- Co-ep Club, President 5: Y. VV. C. A.g W. S. G. A. 1, 2: Chem.-Commerce Club I tj I 3, 4, 5. ' . MARY PRICE WITHROW, B.S.: KAQ. Ui Hughes High School. Z1 Y. VV. C. A., W. S. G. A.: Greek Games 1, 23 University News 13 Zu Cincinnatian 2. L ' 'f l -I Y 4 v JOSEPH J. w1TT,B.s. ,i 4 Q33 n 'D l 1 - l CARL C. WOLSDORF, M.E.: C. C. C. fs' .. I West Night High School. , ' , . f , . 'X r HAZEL VVYATT, B.E.: AFA. : A , Withrow High School. :JI Y. W. C. A. 53 W. A. A. 5: W. S. G. A. 5. Aj , rr. 'I 1" li HELEN FRIEDA YEAGER, A.B.: Campus Club. F: Woodward High School. 1' 1' , . Y. W. C. A., W. S. G. A. 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. !:,P', a I1 .sri A wr: ' J .Q i v .e --I 1- 'xi -7 nz .11 rn-vr -who n asv-'hive-sq-,, . .,.?,,fi,1-Y til Q . - yw',f- .5 v .--1, ,Vit-If-. 5,3 Q.-'D -. 1' o v 1 1 Q f . . . 1 f - f lf.: -5--, .. .. . 'Q Q f.LL-'-0-55451-f11 .I kai'-, - 76 571.-...., . .- if .-.. -.. "' .' -.Q rl' ',efz,r- ,.- 5 I lx 1 li 's b , . LL V. s..,. ,Inv w .- .0 4 e 1 '.Qf'q... WILBUR R. ZELLNER, E.E.: KAX, HKN. Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Ohio. A. I. E. E., Co-op Club, Cadet Odicers' Club 3, 4, 5. .TEANNETTE ZETTEL, B.S.g ZTA. Withrow High School. Y. W. C. A., Dance Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 2: Varsity Art Club 2, 3. VIRGIL E. ZIGLER, M.B.g IDX. Bryan High School, Bryan, Ohiog Wittenberg. IRMAGARD ZUTZ, A.B.g Campus Club. Fort Atkinson High School, Fort Atldnson, Wis. Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A. 1, 25 W. A. A. 1, 23 Greek Games 1, 2, Mummers: German Club 2, Junior Show 3, League of Women Voters 4: Student Assistant in Psychology 4: Glee Club 4. Adams, Thelma Jane, B.S. Goebel, Herman. LLB. Allen, Mildred F., B.A. Goldberg, Ariel, B.A. Althauser, Lester YV.. Cert. in Ace. Griffin. Emma, B.E. Barnheiser. B. Yon. BM. Griflith. Wilson, CE. Becker, Helen G., B.E. Haller. Dorothy, B.A. l Bernstein. Louis, B.A. Harmon. Gedge. Bickley, Katherine, Dip. in Nurs. Harris. Adeline. B.E. Biggs, John P., B.E. Harrison, Gen'l Lamar. B.E. Blerseh, George E., Cert. in Adv. Heiss, Loraine. Dip. in Nurs. Bulger, Caroline, B.E. Henstenberg. Emma. BS. Bolin, Joseph, BAL Hepp, lYilliam, BS, Bowen, lllrs. B., B.E. Higgong, Floyd, Brown, Carrie Belle, B.E. Hoge, Frances, B,S, Brown, Harold, LL.B. I-Igflgh, Clara, B,E, Brown, J. L., Cert. in:Acc. Hull, Harry. B.E. Bryce, 'l0l1U, B-M- Jenny, Grace, B.E. Bullerdick, Winifred, B.E. Keller, Elsie, B.E. Busch, Mary R., B.E. Kgndax Anna, B.E. Candill, Mrs. Roberta, B.S. Knaubg,-, Amy, B.E. Carter. ASH- Knight, Laura, B.E. Cochrane, Maurine, BS. Kolksv Thecla, B.E. Cowen: Mary L0Ul5f'f B-E Lampkins, Louise, B.E. Dalve, Arland J., Ch. E. Laske,-, Max, BAA. Daniela Waller: BE- Lemmon, Raymond. B.E. Davles: Elbas BE- Lessard. lllilfred, Com. E. DoBell, Harry E., Cert. in Acc. Licht, Rudolph, LLDB. D0l'5l5: Paul. Ch-FH Liebrich, Calvin O., Cert. in Cred. and Col Dud1ey,0PaL B-E Lloyd, VVilma. Bs. Dyef, Julia, BS- Lyford, Dorothea, B.A. Ennis, Robert, M.E. Lykins, Madge, 3.5, Flscheff Ha1'fYf BS- McDonald, Richard, Cert. in Adv. Flax, N3-tllall, BS- McKenzie. Eugene, B.M. F0365 Lillian McNeel, Ange Bell, B.E. Ffemdllngf Cora, B-A- MacConnell, Lynn, B,M. Fulford, Margaret, B.E. 1 A lf, 'z , , In ,' i f I, riiilgj f fl . , , . j' l,f1:"Q::-,l,.J -Qu , A 1: " 1 . ,, ',,'... 77 Malod Sidney B.A. Malong Edmond B.M. Mangold Meta, B.E. ,, y , y ' rn' '-'ew ' gj,':f53Hg:T5'fci?.frl,i'Vn3Qg+g,a3iFQlJ1..- clNclNN..xTl.'xxgy3,vfi.ggV Q-.ifffvg l eq . ik 4 - ,- - 1 ' , ie! l J 1' , 'M' I l Manley, Joseph, LL.B. 9 W U, 1 Martin, Ruth, B.E. tg Menard, Marvm, B.M. 6 1 nl Merrill, Mnyni, B.S. i , i Miller, Dorothy, B.S. , y f-M Miller, H. s., B.E. Q, I Milligan, Ruth, B.E. ,Af NYJ, Moffett, Paul, B.E. I K 7.1 Mueller, Frank, Jr., Cert. 111 Acc. i .kg Noble, Tudor, C.E. l 9 E :gy Oliver, Mary Elizabeth, B.S. W P thi? Peaslack, Arthur, Cert. in Acc. ' I Plleger, Lucy, B.E. , xv 4 Phillips, James, Cert. in T raftic. W r' irc Purcell, E., LL.B. I Q.,-fi gas3h,RLliian, BSE E Q 1 ' -. ee , . urnet, om. . 4, lim: Reilly, John, Cn. E. 1 R ' ip? I Reulmann, Anna, B.S. Us-qu Richey, Lelia Nell, B.E. l -" li Riffe, James, B.S. l Roberts, Richard, Com. E. Roos, Martha. lt-', Rnnn, Vivian, B.E. . l -FQ, Schmidt, Madeline, B.E. 1 Schroeder, Mary, B.A. 1' 1' Schube, Purcell, B.S. Schrotel, Helen, B.E. .i il 'N f' ,fl Senour, Raymond, B.M. F tifl Silverstein, Elmon B.A. - 5 if Sims, Charles, B.S. in Com. ' .bln Sinclair, Christine, B.E. -i Sloan, Jean, B.A. ' fl! Smith, Jenny, B. E. NYJ Stevenson, Bernice, B. E. S .lf-if Tellar, Norman, Cert. in Adv. K 1 Ullman, Howard, E.E. gl Van Mason, Charles, B.M. if? Von Sandt, Mrs., B.E. i 'A f 1 Weinberg, Victor, Cert. in Acc. 1 it, Wheeldon, Glenna, B.E. ,fat Whitacre, Mrs. Cleo, B.E. .A N, 1 VVickens, Pnnl, Ms. and Ch,E. Q 'E' VViedemer, Roy, Cert. in Acc. I gg-Y I Williams, Anita, B.S. W . li 2 jf Wilkerson, Ralph, LL.B. tif Withrow, Robert, LL.B. lg wnlf, Rachel, B.E. ' ."1 Wood, June, B.E. Q, 'QV 4 Wood, Ralph, B.A. Q Y:-,. F Woof, Evelyn, B.A. llffll wnlflnn-nt, W. C., B.s. in Conn. y, Ik '11 Wysong, Bernice, Dip. in Nurs. Young, Virginia, B.E. Q , . ,Q Youtie, Herbert, B.A. 9? H NA1 Zimmerman, Ralph, B.A. - ll: Q .ri -'?'+', ,tsgh -- ,,,,,,.,, ,, n, M,-,nu , -l fr Y -5 " - 'Wifi' i ,. -A -, -f R s -n - l.11?2i:?-ffi75uL'1i ' L A '78 5.. 1 1 n f fm ' , .a ""4- -A-, A V 1 . A.. ,AL AL., A Y L 'ww' 1 G7 V . , ' - - - -iilh-sim EQ P Q if Ei' Y ' r is 5 i .A , . if 1 4 1 fa- uf iq 55 ,Ex , I " i ICQ: ' 31, ' 1 g T W ' s , H H r A 5-e Fl lg, H' 5 i f ' " ---1-.,,.. 'il W pg ,4,' QQ',gLNY1xQ ff l V I ' T""'Y? -y- - .,,v, Ov'-.nts Y V l D is . ' if , -5 YJ 9 U WY A--?,.r ,,?v ' . ' 1 ' A eq , X V B X 3 . -I' - . , -,Ek .5 . i 'if wut f , Y - ., vlffi-:--. , r .L ' f . g . ,,g', ,,'1,. . - - L.i-Lf?-Q-E-."Tff,'ff:t'Qk . -' -' aff- .1 hut 3-V1.5 r , I C. 'le 5 ff L 'Z 'rr' , ,g ig , , ,ix - 4 U - '- 1 Ll 5: I 4 Q.-.r .,' f-,N .. l 4 FREDERICK C. Hxcxs Feeling that better results might be obtained in lvniversity athletics by a niore centralized supervision, the Athletic Council was discontinued at the ex- piration of the school year 1925-'26, and the President of the University. Dr. Frederick C. Hicks, has now complete supervision over all University athletics. 7 9 CH 4NlTHAN TI The Oficial Annual Publication of the STUDENT BODY of the UNIVERSITY of CINCINNATI Jgrffekar K Nm ETEE N HUND RED V E I L. l BOYD B. Cn.-mnrcns Director of Athletics The l'niversity carries out a more complete inter-collegiate schedule than any other Ohio Vollege or liniversity in Ohio. Full schedules in eight sports are played: foothall. hasketball. haselwall, track. swinnning. wrestling. tennis, and cross country. Next year fencing will be added. llore than Q50 individuals take part. A higher percentage of victories were won last year than in any previous year. To date the present year gives promise of even more victories. For two years the haskethall. swimming. and 'tennis teams have heen outstanding. while the track. hasehall. wrestling. and cross country have heen ahove the average. For nine years inter-collegiate athletics have heen financed without cost to the University. whereas all other Ohio Colleges with the exception of Ohio State have paid an average of four- fifths of the salaries from the general funds of the college. Better material is availahle each year in all sports. The hest athletes do not usually enter a university where the academic standards are so high as at Cincinnati. nevertheless we continue to get the lmest from the loc-al high schools. This means that the teams will hecome hetter from year to year. Lf.. lip' . .... . pn , 44 'iii i S0 .Ki 'fr lil 3 A I . fl" x 1 w 1 1. c-sw . V K j - -cf wwf wt' if 'T' "mf 'TZ-'Af1fTuA" ?A' QU? A- --- is VY, 1' '-,ffl - Q - J'Y-'Rf'r2fliiQ1cmTfa,fQn.,1ffff,g1 N f. its N 5.1105-1. .m1.isJv23m1E4sZE?ff.af2f M M --...H -,,---nf, . snag- 1-.far -7- -H --.-.--- Y . Hg- -so ff 1-ff X .. Q xi, gi pq ff 113' N i Q1 ., I 4 ' GI: as ' X' ,P-Z':f Maj iprgfq' V - fini sf gl I 4 Fil V 'lf DA Hel 5 C9 Fr El. ' . iff . p y ,,. ,fa , DR. ARCH CARSON ' fi' A C gl igil On October 23, 1885, the Blue and Brown Coriginal colors of the University of Cincinnatij played its Hrst football game with a Blount Auburn aggregation on a Held in Avondale. The game i 1 resulted in a 0-0 tie. Arch I. Carson, ,87, ,89, was the captain of that Hrst Cincinnati eleven. It was he who organized the tean1 upon the suggestion of David Graham Phillips, the year before, .phil and it was he who sent away to a big commercial house in the east for the Hrst football, because left there were none in the city of Cincinnati at that time. It was not until the season after the organization of the team that the Cincinnati squad played. LQ, ' A These Hrst few teams were epic! They bought their own uniforms, supplied their own footballs ,frail . Q and paid their own expenses-a far cry indeed from the great athletic system of today. Cincin- 11 b , nati played two games that Hrst year and emerged undefeated. 1 if' It was not until 1895 that the necessity for a college owned Held was appreciated. It was M here that Arch I. Carson proposed a resolution before tl1e Board of Directors that they permit 4 , A the construction of an athlet.ic Held within the grant to the University of Cincinnati at Burnet -"I 41 Woods, without expense to the Board of Directors. 'Qi - HH! A It was 29 years ago that a field for the University of Cincinnati was proposed, Q4 years ago that these plans materialized, and 14 years ago, on October 1, 1910, that the Athletic Held was :gli , named for the man who contributed in no small measure not only to its realization but to many V91 Q, A of the realizations of Cincinnati athletic plans for many years. L rpg.. if .Hy 2 t 5 W: I -'l ,K 1 Tl 'Y 4 f" ?'7y 1 fa -----W W iq JH KM B -W v . Y X N l'1- W'-1 --NxV,.4 WT r. , 'v V ' ' I Q I - sr-7:-1 Y N mm 81 Active 4' " lub OFFICERS LOUIS NIPPERT. . . ............. ....,.. P resident ETI-IAN ALLEN ..,. .... Y Tice-President RALPH BENNETT ................,....................... Secretary The "C" Club of the University of Cincinnati is Composed of more than fifty athletes who have earned their letters in one or more sports, and is a well organized body Working for the promo- tion of its Alina. hlater in all college activities. HIEBIBERS lu. Allen G. Dunlop F. Hiuriehs R. Savery hi. Barrett H. Elmore G. Hogman J. Schott R. Bennett. R. Feiler M. Hoffman V Sehwarm W. Benton J. Filger G. Keller C Smith G. Biggf? N. Fischer G. Kieser H Smith R. Bolton A. Fennekohl R. Klein Stariek W. Bufnffrnilll C. Gallimure P. Lothes A Stone R. Bl'11llf0Td G. Garvin A. McCallum J. Stroud R. Bryant VV. Gervers H. Martin R Thornbury N- Bukey R. Glasgow G. Blarkle E Toy C. Burbank M. Gorah A. Mayer M. Turrell J- C0l7lJ K. Gould J. Mayercik C Yalentiner R. C0ll1d0 L. Grasfeder J. Mehl A Vande-rhoof F- CFOW A. Gilbert S. Meyers B. Vandermark R. Cragg VV. Hammelratln R. Martz E. Willianxs R- Dial R. Hart V R. lladdux E tvilson 0- Di0CkIl12lI1 L. Hallerman L. Nippert E Crawford J- Dvlve R. Herman E. Quinn F- Dust H. Hessler E. Sauer Bryant Mayer Savery Corwin Madtlux Gould Hammelrath Hart Biggs Bennett Schott Burneman Lillil :ridge Speidel Jervis Dieeknmn '1'l1uruI.mry Bukey Barrett Herman Hallerman Nippert Selnvarm Fennekohl Cranford Kieser L -. 3:2 - P Q . af X: iffy .gg ! I ,. . ti . 1 1 W 1 4 .-, r . ' . 1 ...TX ' 'sic 3tAI1 Vs., 1 mx L 'lt n' 1 I1 4 fl .. .'-I ,' 1 ,N r,' 1 J 1 I. ,. -rx, 1 . . ,+- .Q fi rr' QW I if l 1 'vw .jr- I. ul . A-Pls 5 Y f! I"' O 1 if I ul lf'. lg.. I l"t .1 '-! J ffl nv' l.' yn 5 1 1 3 a vfx Q' 1N Eff? fix jvy MAJQQ' 5 DCDIQI 5 5 v,,f'-1'nf- .V "An I 3' i H' I.. c- iii ootball l I I - 1 'l ,Z-if 1'-,' , . .I 9 LY A ?T.i, l .All 7 u N ' . 3 4 V, 'l ra, 1. Il rif- ' r .iw Q , '-nl , '1 ' rr, .':1 . 1, Engl lkuvii Gicumm YV. Mi-L.aI:I-IN ,T Q A-A ' P. rl?- 71 I , if' g- cllllC'lIlIl2lll has ncvci' haul ai llmtlrull l0i!lll that wus IlllllllJOI'6ll :unoug the great teams of the 'fx . . I i'0llllll'y. allhougli she has allways lu-en :ihlc to houst of ai team that was C0llS1Sl0lllly cln-:in and sports- V 'A ninnlikcg hut Cincinnati has haul some ul' ilu- hest known com-lies in the country. Aiming these . . , . ,. . '-' 4 wv hnxl thx' nunics ul Cum-li Lilllv, now ut Wisc-misin, and many otlicrs. 'Q Alta-1' giving his lx-si to C'im-innziii in thc past low yvairs Conn-li llCl,zu'cn will leave :it the , A oncl of this yeair. lvl' :irc surf' that tlmsc of ns who lmvv haul thc' privilege of knowing C01lCll 'rf Mc-l,u.rm-ii will not soon l'm'gvl him. and wc look l'0I'XV2ll'1l to gre-ut success for him in his new field. 'gf Evvn tliouggli wv luivc haul smnv ul' lhv lu-sl known foothaill c-our-lics. we feel that we have never '.'- ' i , v . . , I haul ai. gII'Pilll'I' lootlmzill incntm' than hcurgc ll. BIl'l4ill'0ll. tlirice gxll-:xlll9l'1C'2lI1 lullhnc-li. H!" ' .Q '-. 1 3 :ffl fuss' hz." LL' 'U '1 'lid 1 ,-. V N. '1 gvqnff 'Q 5 'I V .4-V x- lf ' vii i: l 1' V' 'Y 'Y' 'T "'Hlfur' "--v-"iv '1 v' iv' 1-I f - Q ,i F.. iw H. - mv - Arr fu-,f 5- L " A 'i' ' "'X 'A' ' l A' '-'L l .uf -L "KARL Y'fV..H ,J Al '..nAf.,1-..u.k Xl- 4 ' ., ,lgv but- ,W S4 .J Y -- n A A - --f- - A, - .. ,UQ ...,-, '"-""'?'T'-'Tiiq'f""" ""' I,-3 .-Y'-Qliv' ' I' Y " 'lL'fi7'1', '5'.r '-V n. 'Y 'v 1, "1 r 1-14 -fr"-ag' T ogiibs-'Mei-52lf?5Jf'?iQ3Xf-22-252LQ.Xl!.5g,QiL15lsi?5.Lf1gQa!ifffai? xl .:P1,, 1 ll . ip .1 I! 9 T i , . , i Y K+ 4 el leaf . l . , I Rf, inf l 9 tl 'lvrlifl Fel ' l M1 1 0 is ,R f . rg y ti ' lux I H 1,111 ' 1 ' .' ,I 1 ..T S A ., l fr HE QUXD w Old King Football again proved himself a weak ruler on the U. C. campus last fall when the Bearcats went through 'QD il another rather disastrous season on the gridiron. Starting the year with apparently bright prospects and with the hopes 5 Q of the student body running high, the team faltered badly after winning three of its first four games and failed to score ,S I' A V 41 another victory during the balance of. the season. The team partially redeemed itself. however, by coming back and play- :Y :I in a 6-6 tie with Miami on Thanksgiving Day. ,i I 71 Injuries to several of the players undoubtedly weakened the team in some of its games. Bursiek was forced out for lj' ,L 13 the season when he broke a bone in his ankle after one good game. A leg injury also put Hessler on the shelf after he had ,P , ' ,lf apparently won a regular end berth. Dost missed three games because of an injury to his knee and Herman's old shoulder ' Q, f " dl injury bothered him all year. sVllll3.lIlS, Herzig, and one or two others were held back by bad ankles a good part of the F4 'fi 1 season, while trick knees similarly handicapped Grasfeder and Fischer. I Yi!! A' J Quinn was the team's signal caller in most of the games, with VVilliams taking over the job regularly near the end of ILKXI xxj the season. Filger and Bryant did about all the punting and also most of the passing. On the line the work of the three Hg, 1 guards-Dost, Mayer, and Starick-was the brightest feature of the teamls play. Schott and Thornbury played good ball J y ,." 5 at the flanks late in the season and Captain Herman closed his career with two sensational games at tackle after a rather N. l mediocre year. In. the backheld, VV1ll1ams played some stellar football at quarter, starring at leading the interference and !, gill gpdthe diefensi. bFHlger and Isryiant were! Ehe greatest ground-gamers while Fischer was the most consistent. Fischer also Q ' goo wor' ac 'mg up t e ine on e ense. l ,H , Varsity scored 96 points in her nine games as compared to 152 by the opposition. Bill Gervers led the tearn in scoring -' with five touchdowns for a total of 30 points. Filger crossed the line three times, giving him 18 points, while Bryant made , ily' A 1 two touchdowns and kicked three goals after touchdowns for'15 tallies. The remainder of Cincy's 14 touchdowns were dwldlili gablliilferbbfwflig erleceii-figeai eiilaIcIe3rb!f1aIthZnCdfHQf:i1ail1nAll-Buckeye team, but V- V Q1 Herman was given honorable mention and he, Mayer, and Filger were selected by several gf . 1 Ohio sport writers. Joe Filger was elected captain of the 1927 team at the football ,' ll: banquet. The following members of the squad will be lost by graduation or the three- W 1804 fb 'li year rule: Bill Bomeman, Lee Grasfeder, Lee Hallerman, Tiny Herman, Pete Lothes, V " ,V ' his l' Lo Nimmo, Shorty Quinn, Dick Savery, and Virg Schwarm. " g P gi 'LEE-v E ,. p I . I I ll n :IAN 5 gl. :IX fNl L-34 'ii-J c?'jJ , for 'WY Gil BEARCAT scoRERs of Player and Position T PA FG TP E14 . Gervers. f. b ....,... 5 0 0 30 4 A . Filger, h. b ...,..... 3 0 0 is p Q1 E Bryant, li. b ....,.,. 42 3 0 15 , ' 1 Fischer. f. b .,....... 1 0 0 6 3 Q if Lgf, I Grasfeder. end ...... 1 0 0 6 gil X if Herman, tackle ...... 1 O 0 6 gf,-dbh Quinn, 11. b ......... 1 0 0 6 I iii Herzig, end ..,. . . , , 0 5 0 5 fi , K ' 3 ---- 'V' ' 5, " ' Totals. ,..,... ...,.. 1 4 8 0 we rx- 1 1'Four additional points made on 'l "yi W safeties. ll fi P34' HERMAN' Captain FILGER, Captain-Elect " gif 'ligf 4 .it X f A N f .l.r'- W E !-----f- '-----'ge ----Q1-' 1--'mmm rr -' . g....:.1"' F 'A' :,., ' "" " 'gin "" W " ' , W Y ---Y Y W , W'------JI' 'Af A 171 xvv' -YF's"! ff, A P :rl rr ,V -EWSTQQIFV1 gui .lZ'r'3r'1'9.4-Q lir 'Z 'W 'z5fi.i,f1'lf5e-L:e435.f41Qi 85 September Q5-U. C., 25: KENTUCKY YVESLEYAN, 0 Night football was again the feature of the season's opener in the Nippert Stadium. Kentucky Vliesleyan furnished the opposition and real opposition it was for the first half, which ended with a score of 0-0. lNIcLaren's charges got under way in the third period, however, and near the middle of the quarter broke into the scoring column when Bill Gervers carried the ball over, following a spectacular march down the field by the U. C. backs. In the last stanza, VVesleyan's defense crumbled and the game became a rout. Cincy piling up three more touchdowns and running their score up to Q5. The Kentuckians were helpless in the last half before the sterling defense of the Red and Black. 29" ' XS, E by Joe Filger's punting and broken X field running, Bill Gerver's line bucking, and Ed Vllillianis' running of inter- ference were the highlights of the Bear- cat's offense, while Jack Herzig and Captain "Tiny" Herman starred on the defense. Herman was kept out of the starting line-up because of an injured shoulder, but played most of the second half. With the game "sewed up" in the fourth quarter, lNlcLaren gave almost "M every sub on the bench a chance to dis- play his wares. Carl Atkins. at left half. looked best for the losers. IMRRETT BRYANT 86 4 1 w - :gjl 1' J'-,. 1 g-... F9 '4 if 1. .-'1 II' 1 lx 4 L.-36 in-5 rf.. .1 f 5 -4 , . Q f " r tml! 1'-" 1 ., 1'l ', A lf: F' , li -l r 71 l 1 I I 'J' ff' 'j 4 1 .9 ' 4 I z." H-X' --' U V 4 ft 5 5 4 Fl. -al 1.0, :v-' l ',-J. L X. lg 'ff bra' . .I".4. qi U v .il up g 'al 'lu ,M g 1. L P .f Q Yup!-Aa' --v T-iff ... ,- .w'j,". ' P Pr' ' JJLU- L-ig 'W' -' ' I S I' i . - w Otterbein College was Cincy s second 5 . .3 1' opponent and, like Kentucky Wvesleyan, ' ' the United Brethren "came, saw. and were conqueredf' The Bearcats did not look as good in the daylight as they had . the previous week at night, but they proved plenty good enough to take Ot.terbein's measure. The visitors pushed over a touchdown in the opening minutes of play following a U. C. fumble, f but this was their only offensive threat of the game. DOST QUINN The Bearcats scored in each of the first three quarters, with Bill Gervers carrying the ball over, and Jack Herzig place-kicking for the extra point on each occasion. The last period was played in a driving rain with neither team making much headway. The Tan and Cardinal never got inside Cincy's Q0-yard line after the first quarter. Joe Filger was out of the gaine with an injury, Dick Bryant taking his place and paving the way for two of the touchdowns by stellar returns of punts. Bill Gervers was again a vital cog in the tea1n's offense, while "Shorty', Quinn also looked good in this respect. Al hlayer and Lee Grasfeder played best on the line. Captain Bob Snavely starred for Otterbein. October 2-U. C., 213 OTTERHEIN, 6 1" X f3'.l-QL.1o4- 9, . .g ,,..4. -., . ., ws. ,I .- N A.s.?f.' ' 87 ful' 'Y ,, I f 'Q-if rw , P T ' 1 H- ,, .vY ,W Y ,, ,,, -.-.4:.1.:Q:.',1-1'...-g Q'?-'f,T5-Lll-i'F""1',5ll?+A E 21 535135 .2 li? C11-are 114753. NH' VI Nr IN x xgigi vw. gifQ2"Q1Q5"gf2T'm'!3'5?' W 5 1 1- 1- -4- ' 4 4' V "Lf ' -111' ,,,' gg Ai T"'4,' ,.,,, ...- ..-. Y ....--.-f- i---.--iw E P l H l. 'U14 fra ,-My ' . 5 f .531 ' ' lid f V2.1 hr' ll V Fi li 5 if I h . 1 ' iii M91 1331 1 October 9-U. C., 05 DEN1soN, 14 l Ali 1' 'ly 1, s ,4 Cincinnati met Denison at Granville in the for1ner's first game on foreign I' .533 soil and, as is usual when these teams meet, the Bearcats came back on the short - 'g end of the score. The Baptists scored in both the first and last quarters, while 1 , they stopped the Bearcats cold on the several occasions that Coach lVIcLaren's ,.. ' charges threatened. y 41 lyifil Cincy played a better game than against Otterbein, but she was pitted lf , '- 'F' . 2 ur 'ki against a much stronger teams D6HlSOH,S superior passing attack and punting 'A Vgyl were the chief diH'erences between the two teams, Varsity playing her opponents , 'Fig even in every other respect. li v w'l,1' w ' L, mt l Wx? T vfxq N , , . . if lcjg btunip Fischer, who replaced B111 - Y- Aligy Gervers at fullback early in the game, 'f.rA.,5l was Cincinnatfs only consistent ground- in 'Q Q! gainer and won a regular berth on the I , , . . , 1 team by lns great work against the 'Af LQ Baptists. The showing of most of the B I other Bearcat ball-carriers was disap- . if pointing. Dost and Starick played con- 'Vi if-:qi sistently good ball at the guard positions. 1 4 M69 DeMay, at end. was Denison,s most -y t brilliant performer, while Mason, Stubbs, p iiiiv and Owens bore the brunt of the victor's l 'i i offensive work. 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University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

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