University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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Mg! ,.,, K, hu -L Q-EMR .Wy K-.,,.f 3.,:gf.,J.,i3's. .zz ' i - 1 6 f X . a-P1 dw a NV I .Q Dedication Becan e he has had more to do with Achievement in this institution than any other individual, we dedi- cate the Cincinnatian for 1929 to Herman Schneider Foreword if college yearbook must do two 53344 thingsx ' first, as a matter of sentiment, it mu t keep alive a tradition: second, as a matter of business, it must chronicle the events of another twelve-month in the school life. There is infi- nitely more it may include, albeit, any limit whatever being deter- mined by the faculty adviser and student opinion: but the staff of the 1929 Cincinnatian has undertaken to record a phase of the University's history which has been a cumulative process from its very first year, which now has reached a prominence yet V unheralded. If these pages have created a mental abstract of Achievement in this institution, of gain in all its fields of en- deavor, they too, we hope, may take their place among contribu- tive factors. Contents Book One Campus Impressions Book Two Administration' Book Three Seniors Book Four Athletics Book Five ACtlVltleS Book Six Features Book even Organizations Book Eight Humor In Memoriam Harris Miller Benedict AOBQQ MnAug nuns ' December 8, 1873 October 17, 1928 V?Y.4-F-Y wr hr... V - T' u um , ' 1 . - - v . - 4, 4 - f - ' 13 . 19 A V . .i ' 1 , a..-2 .w il f A A QV Y , ,. Q. .. N 1. ws 32' .war p.. ., . . ' -"' w aff, g Z, y. sy A, W,-,.L,,-4 w L. -4 4 FJ ffitlfx-ff si, 'r Hwfe P5 1 x , ' .E?'2'l'3VT5' 45,0 Q11- , , .I ,A I 31, :. --T , . 4Y+'FAff- wg, Tiviwfjr- ' x K , , , . . 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Q 1' fi B . -uw TF A. R. MORGAN B Chairman of the Board of Directors BOARD OF DIRECTORS Arthur R. Morgan ......................................... Chairman Frank F. Dinsmore ...,.......,..,.,.............,,..,. Vice-Chairman Daniel Lawrence .....,.,,............ Secretary and Business Manager Sanford Brown Herbert G French George Warrington as g Edward H. Ernst Alfred Maek Erwin o. Straehly . s .. Rev. Frank H. Nelson . - 3 , . .. .. . W .. . . so--F--was-r,.d......,..,- X . .. .V ,,. 4 .. 5 ,, ...M , .. A ..,.... ,, ,.. ., .... . .., .... rs.. ...,.., s.. ... .... .dn . , . Ready for business S "1: ,. . 1 5 Q 5 ' ..-.. - . 3 s. i 'f 2 as Q is 1 Q. a 2 : ii f 6 d I :. , 18 X I s fiiz llerpi p Y ' ,Q QQ ,,:, :.--h. 1 L I A T - 'v Z orqgi, :i.. A in K T s W f or pp r , v ttr oon to , o s aa r . lk D... ta k. x A.. . . ,.,:, z,q q:1,Q b pp 3 ,, ., r i r r L v r r rrr r rrr Qi W T . I i 4 ,yi . :L 3 S I I MERTON J. HUBERT Q Dean of the College of Liberal Arts HE College of Liberal Arts performs a two-fold service: it prepares its students for entrance upon professional courses or upon graduate work in the arts and sciences: and it endeavors to make their lives more useful to the community and to themselves. For the community will profit if they are trained to think inde- pendently, to analyze, to judge true values from false: they themselves will profit if they acquire an interest in learning for its own sake. a glimpse of the joys of higher education. a recognition of the fact that life should not consist of mere money-getting. but should be lived more richly and fully. To attain these ends. the College of Liberal Arts is dedicated. ' 1 19 v i 1 F I 4 l 3 1 l 4 1 4 5 l 1 I f 2 all' E F .5 1 by.. 155, . Q . 1 ' ffsiili 3 S 5 53 .ff 5,5 -. 3 fi , X N E ' E L N ,get Q . -' i ts S E .sfmitxim Q .. www- 7,.L syumwlk. me iw- - W . . 5? 5 ,,., sg . k.f. . X swfmsg :N it .V .. .. . . .Q .... V . . . .. . - . . . L. T. MORE. B.S.. Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate School OU, Mr. Editor, have urged me to give your classmates a parting word which may live with them in future years. The best I can do is remind them that they have had. during four years., the privilege-of learning the great legacies from the past in both letters and sciences. Recollect this experience as frequently as possible in order to enjoy the happiness of a full life and. from the knowledge of the success or failure of other times. to perfect a sound judgment in meeting the problems of the future. While most of you will not enter the Graduate School. yet it has unobtrusively been responsible for the scholarship which you have enjoyed. It is told of Saint Anthony, of Padua. that he became a great leader of thought and conduct by first retiring into the desert: men. observing his disregard of ordinary aifairs, 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-v Nw hx 22 S if M 1 n 2 12 fi - 5. i 1 or gi if' 2- 2 . if A i f Q U' 13 f 5 F ,N r N, as i ,,... 5 ferent 11 X x -1-ee egakigfg as as f prss . e. . o ses , . .,.,,.a.t . a . """"' wgexgxsgavgg. Q . .f ,l k: , J i Q K D p ? .Q E' C a ' Q3 9 ei e -f" , . , s Q 'ff'ff'EE:: I '-f2 gf e. A ...-,,a....,- .... ..a.....,,,...... ....s...r.,u.....,a,.s,.,r..t.is.,t...,.,s.1,s,,.-r. ,,,.,,,... . .,s.-i..,-,. .x.. ,... . ,,,,,, ma. .., -.,.. ...uma .W A. C. BACHMEYER. M.D. Dean of the College of Medicine T has been the earnest endeavor of the Faculty of the College of Medicine to fur- nish you with a sound knowledge of the fundamentals underlying the Science and Art of Medicine and to inculcate the high ideals of our profession. It is our hope that through experience, study and the further development of those individual characteristics that mark the professional man, you may all attain successful careers. Employ every effort to improve your natural faculties, keep your minds alert and receptive for the new truths that are constantly advancing the field of our knowledge. The same careful observations and judgments used in the laboratory are essential in the practice of clinical medicine but do not forget the patient and his viewpoint in the ardor of your interest in the existing pathology. Man is a social animal and every disease has a social aspect. Use your knowledge and insight socially as well as medically. QLQOQ t n , i i .il v fc... o P-S gf i ,M 5 - 5 i -Ii-522 g ' C 11' ' s W 1 E W 'E S 5 Q! 1, 1 X l 'Y g . Z ls' 24? , nts l l wa 32355 l f nv ,Q vs I K will f Q up 3 ' i L C . -9 , Q . L .E . ,.'.' -a". 355.41 ,': .. A 2 .... - ire. :la .... .. . . M5 .M .. .. ' , ,, . . MERTON L. FERSON, A.M.. LLOB. Dean of the College of Law YOUNG man was asked recently by a member of the board of bar examiners why he desired to enter the law. His naive reply was "It looks like easy jack to me." A man who approaches the bar in that frame of mind is not only a menace to society. but he will likely fall a prey to his own unworthy ambition. Large rewards, in terms of money. prestige, and power. have come to some members of the legal pro- fession. Dismal failure has come to others. There is probably no other occupation where success attends in such direct proportion to character. ability. and industry. A semi-scientific study has been made of the biographies of fifty presidents of the American Bar Association with a view of ascertaining what qualities led to their success. The study resulted in a rough finding' that character, industry, technical legal knowl- edge. and personal charm, in the descending order named. were the qualities most conducive to these specimens of American success. Let him who seeks "easy jack" Q? avoid the legal profession. JOSEPHINE P. SIMRALL. B.S. Dean of Women E are living today in aworld of peculiar flux and change where the possibilities of the future rather than the traditions of the past are directing and shaping :our thought and activities. The greatness of the world of tomorrow is dependent upon the elements of great- nesslto be found in the youth of .today-upon your enthusiasm, your intelligence. your efficiency, your self control, your dreams and idealism. , Your responsibility is a heavy one but we of the older generation greatly envy you your opportunities. 'Write 1 . x ' BUCKLEY. R.N.'. B.S. Director of hool of Nursing and Health HE expansion in the field of nursing has been extraordinary. The student who undertakes today to follow alcareer of nursing without a grasp of the scientific knowledge which has been put at her disposal would be falling short of any reasonable measure of human service. The wor1d's greatest problem today is to pro- tect and defend the health of its Qpeople. The School of Nursing and Health offers the fundamental knowledge and professional preparation through which this ever- changing problem in health education might be realized. RQ s K X y rs s r f o r '2QQ , L 5 1 ELIZABETH DYER. A.B. Director of the School of Household Administration N our industrial civilization the home ,is becoming more and more a center for interpreting the values of our material progress. It is only through interpreta- tion that spiritual values and the fine. intangible things of life are given potency. We cherish the hope that you will go out into the world with a realization of this new contribution that women and the home may make to our machine age. I '27 DANIEL LAURENCE Business Manager of the University N former years, when the investment in college buildings and equipment. and the amount of college endowment funds were small, there was little need of a depart- ment especially organized to take care of them: but, with the expansion of the university in student attendance and in equipment, there has developed the depart- ment of Business Administration. To keep the physical plant in operation, to see that the needs of the various depart- ments are provided, to manage and care for endowment investments. to collect. dis- burse and account for all moneys whether from student fees or other sources. and last but not least, to serve professor and student, are some of the details connected with the management of a university. I have always felt that. since the primary object of a college or university is the education of its students, the business office which best serves its purpose is thought of only when needed. and it has therefore been our aim to carry on our work in as unobtrusive a way as is consistent with rendering the greatest assistance possible to the teaching staff and to the student body. 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WEST President of Student Council TUDENT Council is the student governing body of the University of Cincinnati. whose purpose, as stated in its Constitution. is to enact and enforce such legis- lation as is within scope of its powers, with a view to a harmonious coordination of the various colleges into an efficient and unified University: and to pass such laws as are consonant with the general welfare of the student body. It is hoped that the new constitution adopted by the retiring Student Council will prove to be a change both progressive and justifiable. It is confidently felt that the clarity of the new instrument. together with its inherent fairness and justness, will strengthen immeasurably the foundation of student government for future years. 30 wggj' ,, -7 -g fvj5,,Q,.bM, .l L 'j lfffif --x' fwMHWM,W, A L if. Q o f l A .N XX as Q- A f e o . .,.. gs S .f 3 fi .. W , 39 r -'gf A , v1asm.:::m:::gi 'f-M. Q ws. 2:1 Q awk - NME - . 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Burman Thomas Clifton William Curry Richard Dial THE EXECUTIVE Ranald West .... Ranald West Richard Dial Hazel Heintz Student Council OFFICERS MEMBERS George Dunlop Otto Engelke Jean Foster Arthur Hallett William Hammond John Hargrave Hazel Heintz Walter Meyers Edward Mottern Forrest Nagley BOARD OF STUDE OFFICERS MEMBERS Fred Waldman Walter Meyers William Curry Erma Pfleger i . . . . . . .President . .Vice-President . . . . . . .Treasurer . . . .Secretary William Nieman Ruth Oexman Frank X. Owens Erma Pfleger Gordon Rich W. Allen Stone Julius Strasbourger Fred Waldman Miriam Walker Ranald West NT COUNCIL . . . .President H. C. Anderson Miriam Walker Julius Strasbourger Meyer Anderson Strasbourger Pfleger West Walker Heintz 32 Women's Tribunal Of the College of Engineering and Commerce OFFICERS Virginia Henkel .... ............ ....,...... P r esident Gertrude Betz ....... ........ V ice-President Verna Schumacher .... ..... S ecretary-Treasurer TUDENT Government for women in the College of Engineering and Commerce is placed in the hands of the Women's Tribunal. The Tribunal is composed of representatives from each of the four classes. Its purpose is to regulate and coordinate the women's activities of the school. to be responsible for student discipline, and to represent the women in their relations to the faculty. . MEMBERS Virginia Henkel .... ,....... ...,. ..... S e n ior Representative Gertrude Betz ...,... ....., J unior Representative Verna Schumacher ..,.,. ..... P re-Junior Representative Gladys Cowperthwaite ..,, , . , .Sophomore Representative Bella Hurwitz ........., .... F reshman Representative Cowperthwaite Betz Henkel Schumacher 54 V.:, v .l .f 1 l 3 ee ,S E .s '53 as Ji F Z Q :I -1 i FE :Z -1 1 3 .. s 5 -l s 3 I .5 2 i in -5 ix il ll 5 1 -1 pi 5 3 E S 5 c Men's Tribunal Of the School of Applied Arts OFFICERS John Hargrave ...... ....,....... ....... P r esident Eugene F. Schrand. . . . .Vice-President Richard S. Dexter ,..., ...... S ecretary H. Richard Elliston ..... .... T reasurer HE Men's Applied Arts Tribunal has been in existence for more than three years. It is a student governing body, not only maintaining student discipline. but encouraging and sponsoring new activities. The Applied Arts Stag has been sponsored for the past two years by the Tribunal: more recently. it backed Co-op Day in the School of Applied Arts. Changes in cur- riculum have been made through its eiforts. and students have used this representa- tive group as an intermediary between themselves and the Faculty. It is composed of four seniors. three juniors. two pre-juniors. and one sophomore. Freshmen are represented by the vice-president. ' MEMBERS . J. W. Hargrave H. R. Elliston R. W. Raeuber E. F. Schrand E. P. Crampton H. L. Porter R. S. Dexter G. R. Klick G. N. Wallace R. S. Doersam Klick I-Iargrave Dexter Porter Schrand Raeuber E Women's Tribunal A r A 'Xi Of the College of Applied Arts o A K OFFICERS l . . 2 . ki Jane Pursell .... ...........,, ...,........ P r esident r - of Bertha Miller ..... . . . ......... Vice-President r E Ida Dickm ieier ......... ...... S ecretary-Treasurer I 5 r :.: I .5 A Elizabeth Devereaux .... ..... S ecretary Treasurer II o llll X -rw: I i Q HE Wornen's Tribunal of the College of Applied Arts was established as a repre- A- f sentative, central, administrative body of the women enrolled in this college. As such. it handles all matters arising between the faculty and women students if - 5 its W ig . of this college, and deals with discipline. ff S S 5 1 s . i Zbpp MEMBERS rigs, Q X A 2 Q A 2 Elizabeth Devereaux Bertha Miller 2 'Mx A -. i Ida Dickmieier Jane Pursell 'Er Carla Tackenburg p it r Q e e A . A lei if ,:,. 3. ' -Z Q p:,Q , i'e l 1-:I E 2 .,,52., . 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Simrall A JUNIOR ADVISERS It ,L Q ,EE Irene Arend Mary Beirne Julia Floto Ruth Herman Miriam Walker Jean Foster. Chr'm 5. EXECUTIVE coUNcIL ,:,r1 f S - ..:. Aileen Beirne Mary E. Davies Angelese Hays Marian Story -P E Jane DeSerisy Phyllis Flanagan Minnie Hirschfeld Naida Winter If :za I Qiffi Q- Sara Drucker Dorothy Garber Olga Knocke Frances Yost F - . gg: '.:' ji Egg Frances Durbin Margaret Hilles Dorothy Swick Helen Gregory ' ' 1-' 3 V K g U. ,r.,,,. L f t 3 ,M g 5 is Q , Rl S' E? :Q Luella Barnes Mildred Clenaons Mary Gillette Marian McMillan Edith Wehmann 'P S --... 1 is .X V A i it " s 1 2 S U : , , .:' 3 . V - f 1 e 3 . NC ul .. ' C N ' 'Sf Q s . - . : sr : Q w X U g X R X rr , F rrrr on F - . , . , zs' - K A ' . A ' r ' R E . 1 g r U .... 7 rm Winter Knocke Flanagan Gregory Drucker Swick DeSerisy Valentiner D K Garber Panzer Cunningham Pfleger Heintz Foster Layne Durbin Q N I f i..gg - AM Y Q ' F n,.M.r or U ., . , Saw. F F, ., r.r. . U, F, U F ,F f f . P , .5 ' . , Z? ' "" " ' " .1 gt .,.- -sf. A -1 .1, t -if 'V 't C s ' . . -. 2 1 42 vii "':Qf'i""1f3? F 1 A fs ' F U P .:,,rg 3 ' P , V ., -' if 1 "r- 5' ' ' . QQ 4' ' . f 1 J ' , . 5 'H , .4 .s ii -" ,.:. j A . ., g t ---- - e--- ::.., :5..?5 N U N ..am The Dormitory Council J. C. Strasbourger .... Carl Hart ......... Frank Sweeney. . , J. P. Neal ,.... . . R. A. Bengtson W. A. Campbell R. H. Detjen H. Eichorst O. T. Ejolf W. L. Games J. Hargrave OFFICERS MEMBERS Hart Hauck O. Kirkpatrick W. J. Lewis Meyers P. Neal J. Rosa . . . . . .President . , . .Vice-President , . . . . .Secretary . . . . ,Treasurer E. Schadewald W. Smith W. R. Stone J. C. Strasbourger H. Swearigen F. Sweeney TUDENT government in the Dormitory is placed in the hands of the Dormitory Council. The Council is composed of representatives from each floor in addi tion to several members at large. The Council has supervised the social. ath letic. financial and other affairs of the Dormitory since it was formed in 1924. Kirkpatrick Detjen Hargrave Games Ejolf Swearigen Rosa Smith Stone Schadewald Hauck Meyers Lewis Eichorst Sweeney Hart Neal Strasbourger Bengtson Campbell 1 i F n n S J n i i x 3 3 1 The Sophomore Class OFFICERS Walter Meyers ..,.. ,......,.,... ..... P r ehsident Dorothy Swick ..... .... V ice-President Alice Johnson ..... ..... S ecretary John D. Griffiths ..,. . , .Treasurer HE Sophomore Class feels a two-fold pride: a pride in being a part of so great a University: and a just pride in the high ideals and spirit of democracy which has marked our two years of work at U. C. The spirit manifests itself in the fact that not a few but many leaders in the vari- ous iields of activity came from our members. Spirit such as has been reflected throughout the year in all the many interests and activities of the University cannot but augur wellfor an important and continuous program of service. WALTER MEYERS. President. Meyers Swick Grimths The Freshman Class OFFICERS William Curry .... ...,.... P resident Frances Durbin . . . ,..,. Vice-President Katherine Grimm. . . ...... Secretary James Beirne ..... .... T reasurer HE class of '32 entered the University as humble but sincere freshmen. Slowly 'we became accustomed to the routines of this splendid institution. Having a definite purpose and aim-accomplishment in success-we resolve to make our- selves worthy of the ideals of U. C. Thus we have pledged ourselves to the service of the University and we will do all that is in our power to perpetuate its ideals. Q WILLIAM CURRY, President. Beirne Grimm Durbin Curry 43 -Q ,A i - - i v 1 .1 E a The College of Law OFFICERS William Kelly .... .... P resident. '29 Marcus Shoup .... .... P resident, '30 Cedric Vogel ..... . . . .Presidentg '31 :. .' 'x'5 . I ' HE Cincinnati Law School. now known as the College of Law. is nowlan integral part of the University of Cincinnati. not only by contract, but also by physical contact. For nearly a century our school had preserved an exclusiyeness as to location apart from the campus luntil September of 1926 when we entered the new Alphonso Taft Hall, thus becoming a patent part of the University. . The coming of the College of fLaw on the Campus should be an important factor in the formation of a more perfect university. and thus a better community as it inter- weaves more firmly and closely the culture of the classics and the energy of the engi- neer with that staid dignity which marks the profession of Law. ' C WILLIAM KELLY. President. 'zs. . o r I z , K 1 , . -il , - V , .,1-:fp --: - K K Q l Kelly Vogel 46 'lllllil I- I fv I '5" - . . , H G 3 -S 9 Q X 2 2 5 we 5 2 -3 3 'f i ,2 Z I 4 ,. i i Q 2 Q : -I -x Q 3 2 T .f w PX ,, ? 1: fs 2 r 5 E K 33 2 5 2 3 2 3 5 2. Q 2 S S L. X. X ? 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GEORGE BABCOCK f 5 LL., 1 Director of Athletics A L UR athletic results this year are quite similar to those of last year. The foot- Q ball team had a poor season: whereas the basketball team again remained in . " first place in the B. I. A. C. The crosscountry and swimming teams likewise Q ' Q held their own against good competition. At this time it looks as if the baseball team X ' will retain its B. I. A. C. championship of last year. The tennis team has all the mem- it X bers of last year's team ready to defend its B. I. A. C. crown. If predictions can be L 3 ' . . '- ' made from our indoor track results. this year's track team will enjoy even better 15 Q results than our last year's team. 59 I U E fWe hope that the 1929 football team will be on a par with our other major sports. There are good reasons to believe that the football team will enjoy a better season. gigs 'ii Q 'E In the first place. next year's team will start with but three of last year's lettermen is J i S? lost: whereas this yeai-'s squad started with but three lettermen. with the captain xi ? L i physically unable to play in several of the games. Then too. the freshman team has A been the largest and most capable of any freshmen teams. Thus, with a better wealth L 5 of material. football has a more optimistic future. 153' The interest shown by all who have aided the football situation here has been 5 greatly appreciated. and we hope to prove our gratitude by a winning football team Q i for 1929. Q . A A 3 Y ' . l L 5 .S " L 1 . L t ' ' E i Q L 97 1 A 3 .L ,.L.LL L. LL ., -,...A,. LLL. L.... . . ,.,,LL- . ,. Lk ,. . ..-,L,L..L, t- ,.............q....,... ....... .v..,..- ,..L,LM- L, L.-,.., N. -... F if? 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S ecretary-Treasurer HE Active "C" Club of the University of Cincinnati is composed of men students who have earned the Varsity "C" in any one sport either major or minor. The members. of course. represent the University on the Athletic Field. but also interest High School athletes in the University and thus form the nucleus for con- tinued successful athletic teams. D. Alcoke J. Allin, Jr. Anderson Barrett Barrows Berwanger Bohl FUEFSF W. Popp H. Rockel . Sower Castle Climer Crampton Daly PWSFW MEMBERS Fisher Schott Schutte . Sidinger Single Smith . Fischer zswfwfrd K. Gould A. Hallett R. Hart F09 Starick F. Heinrichs M. Hubley Spragens L. Langevin Lutmerding McNutt . Moore G. Moore Miller Muth FFF'-15"Z . E X ELS, . Y ES? get a i 3! .1 , i EE ,... :gf ix, egg E . 3 Q fd Egg fs? 42- - iz 5 .XL 5. EX is .E M Q ., ff A Q- Q l. in R52 1, " it -5 .Q S ' M ' at if f ri'i W ef-f' ' e 1? 2 2 A f 3 W , i an 2 f 2 5 E . 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Kentucky Wesleyan. and Denison. An exceptional forward pass attack seemed to be the only method by which Varsity could gain ground this year. and as a result this offense was exceedingly overworked and consequently proved of little avail when it was most needed. The line was outplayed in the great majority of the games and but for the fine defensive work of Fisher. Hallett, and Bursiek. the scores would have been much greater against the home team. The work of Fisher and Schott were the outstanding features of the season. The stocky fullback made tackle after tackle in every game and tried unceasingly to help the Bearcats to get on their feet and show some life, but his efforts were of no avail. Captain Schott, although handicapped by illness throughout the year. put up a good game at the flank position and punted better than any kicker that Cincinnati has had for some time. " LETTERMEN Harold Bohl Norvin Fisher George Pfau Russell Single Ralph Bursiek Arthur Hallett John Schott QCapt.D Millard Smith William Climer Myron Hubley Robert Schutte John Thier Frank Crampton Med Lutmerding Clarence Sidinger Fred Waldman Parke Johnson CMgr.J 5 5 . ra 5 3 'ti E Q! F Wk 5 2 iv Egg--High g 5 5 - NMQ sf? s ti L l E fl "'z 4 LL 5 3 LL Lf E53 53 L L -is-f ' 313 ' ei gig '.-L g g 5 H N 5 'E Q 15 S? 5 E ' fish L QL! M '32 L Shag C f LL is si S l ZW it i .2 111: 5 'V ' 1 WI? I Q ggi gtggg S as -.N-Q avi QQ? 1 is 5 X i if LQ iL1 'K Q ga z f.,-S Q :jj K EL .ga LLL- 1 5 s g f ff E I Sita :Lg get ,gt Q L xg afloat Li 5 1 1 X L if Q 'I Q55 E fix E - Njygigius L file? iss L F 1: Ii E f 2 1: fl A5 if L l pw Lf s L L I - 3 L E 'E mei' . 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W, , . , .. , .am - 3 5. 9 Q 1 QEQTJ :QQ i '2 ' ii , itil? 'T M is 55 as K gi Rice Wright Vernier X Basketball OR the third time in four years. Cincinnati's battling basketeers have won their way to a Buckeye championship. Handicapped by the loss of Bolton and Dial. two all-Buckeye men, by graduation- and F lax, a third one. by the one year residence rule. by a new coach and a new system of playing. and by injuries and sickness. the indomitable spirit of the Bearcats carried them over all these obsta- cles and to their success. ' The Bearcats compiled a record of thirteen victories against four defeats. but unfortunately three f of these defeats were received at the hands of Buckeye teams and Coach Rice's charges were forced to ' 1- share the Big Six title with Ohio Wesleyan. Two of these defeats were by Wesleyan but the others. by 'E 5 'lg' the Central Y. M. C. A. and Wittenberg. were avenged by later victories. X 2. 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Q x MN v ! nm, M lllilmili 1 X A!! f 11-5 ' k 'lli 'iuw 'izzx l !!!! .',!--'! i Q. ..1: g .!. . ! !"'1 1 !.!!, . ! ! 1 f ! f ! f W !, "'::: ..!' 1 as ! ! ,., -' 1? 5' ! , ! ! , !f., Chambers Moore Rice Baseball- AYTON broke Cincy's run of four consecutive victories to the tune of 4-2. Bad base running helped the Fliers but the Bearcats were helpless before the pitching of the Gem City School. Before a throng of enthusiastic fans, Cincinnati travelled to Oxford on Decoration Day and took the enemy into camp. 6-1. Franz mowed down the opposition in perfect style and it took two errors to rob him of a shutout. The score was 1-0, Miami, when the Bearcats came to bat in the seventh inn- ing. but. before the smoke had cleared five wearers of the Red and Black had made the circuit and were reposing on the bench. With this victory the Bearcats became champions and they returned to Cin- cinnati proudly bearing' their justly won laurels. T'was the end of a perfect season. - LETTERMEN Harold Bohl Lawrence Langevin Edward Daly Stephen McNutt Richard Dial CCapt.D Carl Muth Daniel Early Fred P. Waldman Richard Franz Baxter G. Moore CCaptain electl fManagerJ Russel Hart Champions, 1928! 1 16 , F E Mi fig N? !Q H 1' ,.-zz . . X 55: ' 1 im il kg. fi i 5 if is il ,, e l E zz L X Q. .'.' M R .., i i il! . fi t B 1 e ll 'ry A 1 l 5 .. S Me , J I Nikoloff Miller Mileham Track T the beginning of the 1928 track season. prospects for a successful year were very bright. However. immediately after the opening of the season, misfortune overtook the camp of Coach Nikoloff's charges. Goldmeyer. the best high jumper in the state and an exceptional broad jumper. was declared ineligible. Captain Gallimore, winner of the Big Six two mile in 1927. suffered from an injured foot, and was incapacitated for practically the entire season. Kimble and Rockel. two fine quarter milers. also suffered leg injuries, and were unable to do their best work. Despite these many handicaps. Coach Nikoloff and his squad worked hard and made a very credit- able showing. Of the new men. Vreeland. made the most impressive record. He won the Buckeye half mile and finished high up in the mile and half mile consistently throughout the year. Barrows developed into an exceptional quarter miler and is expected to show to great advantage in the next two years. Popp looked very good in the hurdles. Several of the experienced men also showed to great advantage. Captain Biggs was a consistent scorer in the 100 and 220 yard dash. Wettengel and Stone were dependable in the hurdles. Ehrns- berger beat the Varsity pole vault record three times in vain as he was defeated each time. Captain- elect Anderson made very good time in the mile and two mile. The season opened with Ohio Relays at Columbus. Biggs and Bryant tried valiantly in the 100 and 220 but the competition proved too great and they failed to place. The distance relay team of Ham- melrath. Reese. Anderson. and Gallimore ran a fine race to take fifth place. Due to the injury of Kimble the mile relay team failed to place. The 1928 Cindermen 1 17 ! . I 1 I ! 4 u 5 . ,H-il A z Q- L E E 3 , g . a "." Y L .t:,- ':.k K f :ii XX-1 AQ ' 1 i 1 --iifi' ,, -X y 5 f Q 75-fltlix 3':" ff' I, X . - - f s -H . S . I H AW E' y Eff ' x P Q ,.b1 5 3' A :-4' f'N" E ff z B S' . K Q Q ' 7 . , fr , , , E 'zq' 1 f ' ' ,. - Q. , . . V, . , 5 'E f -I . S. F if . - . 5 . Q 5 K .Fl ,,b, l K -SEQ , 'wli 'k':E EQ ii f .... ,f-pw M-Ng. X , ff lnor Sports 1 5 X fp as A Q ' i sig 55325525 'f gfsfggi -5? i E 11 Q V - 4 1 veg Egg ., ' 3 ! 2 K S SEQ? srk E s ,: 5 K 4 S' E f A 1 1 'iii Q L X gbigsgig S .3 Q GQ X s lg gay M, Q 5 1 2 Ti.-p.-'E'.I-...5..e:' X "'5'-fa'2ff5Ei,QQ:.'.f'fQff'Q 5 X X sfifi' , . 3 ' 1 ' p 'GL '1?,!E1ff. fail S Y R 3 g if , . X sx X x X X xg s S Q R 'A xv N X is X X is KX x SKK X SX .A 'Q I li t s Q it 'ill 'K' gg 1 g 7 Ss Q rg Y Q X . V- if as is its x I 353 Q assi? , 3 FEE - A 1 5 'si ' - ' Y f 5. Q Q Q ?,iI'.j',I 1 3 M "nw- ?., p t ' ,K Nm,-5: . M me-vw-:...,.,,., V1.5 "" ' A,Q1.,a...W. "Tl 5105413 j'g.Q:....pz'e wg, sssl aaar C- e s e X i ' .. sara A S e 5 V . K we X' . Q as 11 Q - . 9 .i X C C 1 0 v X s o i Q pjpv-M -or--K ii 3 Y jg, e . 'Y S? i ' o Parker, Captain Castle. Captain-elect Swimming NFORTUNATELY if the swimming team of 1929 were to be compared with the records of previous years. the result would not be encouraging. However the caliber of the swimming teams at Cin- cinnati have reached the point that they have to go out of their own class to find competition. No Ohio team would meet Cincinnati this year and the only three meets that could be scheduled were Illinois. one of the crack teams of the Big Ten. Washington University. Missouri Valley champions. and the Central Y. M. C. A. The results were to be expected. Illinois came to Cincinnati for the first meet of the season. They lived up to their reputationlin every respect. The meet resulted in an overwhelming victory for the visitors. 52-19. Ahlburn cap- tured Cincinnati's only first place in the backstroke. Castle took one second and a third in the free sgyle elwiencfs and Welsh a second in the diving. None of the rest of the Cincinnati men placed higher t an t ir . Washington University was Varsity's next opponent and a thrilling meet ensued. The score was tied until the Missourians annexed the medley relay and with it the meet. 35-32. Castle swam a dead heat in the 40 yard dash and won the 100 yard dash. Alderman. Washington U.. set a new pool record in winning the backstroke from Ahlburn. The final meet of the season was the contest with the Central Y. M. C. A. Varsity's opponents again were successful in subduing the Bearcats by a count of 43-26. Both relays were won by Cincinnati and Castle again took the 100 yard free style. Ahlburn was defeated in- a startling upset. At the annual spring sports banquet. the following men were awarded letters: . Byron Ahlburn Charles Castle Roger Baxter Malcolm Parker Paul Bricca Lawrence Welch Richard Lawwill, Manager Cincinnati's Waterhounds 22 . .. . .A . , x.....,q..v.. ,.,.,..W..,.,, ,.,. ..,,ne,..e:- ..x.., rV-iM,...r,..e,,,,.. .,,,. r,.,....r ...,.. t.r.,..,,r.,..: i,,,T,a,,?.te.,-I 'qgziqft to . Q "" 9 'ij "" ' " " . ' Y. , 2 a , U M., , F S A' ., e Q S . ,, , ..... .. W A .X , - E . X , fic , - Q 'KW' ' E E X 'X' A . is - K 2 5 S - U K XQAVPMK :L X M NJ LLLL ii. W . , igmkbxm WWmN:A:mw3M M IKL4 M A Avian, X gags , M WFT 5, Q W ,.- W .. .x... ,W ., .. . ..,,... W.. .W...t A FQWX - , - LL.. . ., , LL., ,,.,,x, ..,t.,.r..-, ,,.,. --.S L..k.. th.. ta.-. Q, , 3,52-X ' X 2 iii zl. E 3 N 5 x YN : Q X N xsx't'X X N . X We ' .ZQQSR . 3 2 5 'X X R S Q ,L as - , NX gr Q 'iw ' 5 E 3 s E 3 I ! F ranz, Captain Oexman. Captain-elect Tennis LTHOUGH this year's tennis aggregation of the University of Cincinnati did not compile as im- pressive a record as some of its predecessors it retained the Buckeye title which has been resting here for so long that it would not feel at home elsewhere. The loss of three lettermen by grad- uation proved too much to replace in a team of the caliber of the 1927 team. However, a much stiffer schedule than the previous year probably has some bearing upon this record. Ohio State nosed out the Bearcat racketeers in the first match of the year. 4-3. The lack of experience in collegiate competition of the new Bearcats gave State a slight edge. Ohio University was next met and tied. 3-3. Then an unsuccessful invasion of Indianapolis was repulsed by Butler College, 4-2. The last dual meet of the season resulted in a clean sweep of the six matches with Denison. In the Buckeye Intercollegiate Conference meet, Captain Franz played beautiful tennis to win the singles title. Also he and Bud Oexman. Captain-elect. were defeated in a hard five set struggle for the doubles title and were forced to be content with runnerup. Due to the inability of Captain Franz to attend the Ohio Intercollegiate meet. the best that Cin- cinnati could do was a semi-finalist in the men's singles by Steve Spragens. LETTERMEN Richard Franz Fred Oexman Steve Spragens The '28 Racketeers 123 N 'Ti ca QNARN TI F i f Anderson Vreeland Cross Country- 1928 INCINNATI. with a well balanced team. made its best record in cross country in the last ten years. Only one.dual meet. that with Denison. which was run at Granville under adverse weather con- ditions, was lost. and the Bearcats were nosed out by Ohio Wesleyan for the Buckeye title and forced to content themselves with second place. The first meet with Ohio Wesleyan resulted in a close victory. The consistency of the Bearcat har- riers was just enough to gain a three point margin. 26-29. Ohio University next came and bit the dust before the Bearcats. So decisive was the margin of victory. .18-40. that Cincinnati came within three points of a perfect score. Next on the schedule was Miami. who has consistently trounced Cincinnati and again possessed another exceptionally good team. The meet was a thriller from start to finish and a great cheer went up from the crowd as the fifth Cincinnati man flashed across the line to gain a 27-28 victory over the Big Red. The following week saw the fall of the hitherto undefeated Varsity team at Granville. The Bear- cats were unaccustomed to the Denison track and suffered their only defeat in a dual meet all season, 25-30. In the Buckeye meet at Delaware, Cincy's harriers finished second to Ohio Wesleyan. This meet concluded a very successful season. The entire team of six men were awarded letters for their work during the year. Harry W. Anderson finished either first or second in practically every meet and his work was a large factor in keeping Var- sity's fine showing, and right on his heels usually came LeFevre. - LETTERMEN Harry Anderson Milbert Dunlap Roy Lance - Byron LeFevre Elias Toy Richard Vreeland e . Coach Nikoloff's Harriers 124 .1 v-N es. Qfiww. x E S E .. ' .. ...,f . i P X u " Z W, 1 - so . i M. ....,,---, Q .f ETTTSHF if 'Eg5mNH!g""""5Q'+sself. aq sv ia. .s assWWe gE swtaatta Ei?itE W PPPPP. Mata .... '12 'e fm : S 55 iiinmt . gt - I M W S or 1 P . P S . is W Ria' ff.. ,Mya-K. X ' " wi, fl' J' f wfiifr' .. "f?'?.m"'M .... It' K g J f'i':W3f...., ' , . mug".--Y '---f , A f 'W - . ...... .. .. ..... ,,,,. . , ,,xX. f ,,.. , ,l...,,. .. . ..., ...., . . i K ,. . . A, - " Xi sf' - ww . S' ' 5 355533 5 F X XE X N X 1 few . Q .. P Q l . .wgktl Anderson, Mgr. QMileham, Coach Hixson, Mgr. Intramurals 'qqq NTRAMURAL athletics has progressed with leaps and bounds at the University of Cincinnati until it has reached the stage that the scope of its activities and interests encompasses the entire student Q body. It has served its purpose well in that it has furnished athletic competition of clean and wholesome character for every one who wished to participate. Q ' 3 Many records were broken this year, in the actual events themselves as well as the number of teams g and participants. The track meets especially were of the highest caliber. Many of the participants . .ssi 5 i ' in both the indoor and outdoor track meet made records which prove them to be of Varsity caliber in g . every respect. ggi Water basketball was the first sport of the season. Although this game is not generally played as a form of intercollegiate competition. it is especially suited for intramural play, since the success of a team is as much dependent upon fighting spirit as upon skill and practice. The Sig Chis won the school Q championship in this sport after a thrilling battle in the finals with the Iota Chis, and the cup that goes - i .'t,- . . with it. The Lam Chis. Pi Kaps. Phi Delts. Beta Kappas, and Betas also had exceptionally good teams. Swimming was next on the program and although the Phi Delts made a valiant effort to retain their title, the Sig Chis managed to win the final meet with 25 points to the Phi Delts 20. These two . teams were practically the only strong contestants for this title. However the meet was held early in E Q the year in order to uncover Varsity material, and Brown. Cragg, and Welsh of this year's swimming team were found as a result of the meet. ,Q Due to the fact handball is a game for experts rather than beginners, the number of entries in this 1.-3 Q 5 sport was rather small. Remarkable ability was shown by the teams that did enter, although most 5 .-:-., .eeg. f of them were handicapped by a lack of experience. For the third consecutive sport the Sig Chis tri- fij,-fFQ53Q I ZFQ umphed. again defeating the Iota Chis in the finals. The victorious team was composed of Carlberg and Potter and the losing team of Ebeling and Toy. ' .3 ' f .S R rj z Intramural Champs ' i . , 2--lr.. Y 5- E I f its 'S f,.-- , x i Vs it fs Ei is .sg . . 2 Ein ' 35555 ..., 1 Q I -W ' fi K 5 SK: fa Q . 555 A K af.. 3 ef 5 S . l swag 5- ji .ea est S, ,gl P? 5 5 Q 35,5 'se at s Xwffx N S I tEi,...ss if .g i - . 4 s Q , 4? it 3' 2 S .S . l 5. . . K. X .Q LQ X: i'..' X .5 J. S .. 3 in .g s 1 9 s ... Q 5 S . V5 W . . Q at F' X' QS E .ff e is 5 iii is ff 2 U ff: l ..-sr 5 . , X X , l Q Q ,,,. Q QQ XQQQQQQQ . Q, ,... 'Q ' 1 ' f-t2 il zi' ' 1 ...... s www "i'i ' ' . ..,.. 'lll' 'Ss ,,.., Q g ..:.... . , , ..,,.,,. ,s 5 .QQ ,, .f o f 'S WW. A E s ' S .Qt Q Q Q, xx 5 3 5 ii i s Q Sf 5 , X fi x EQ S is FF 5 . . X ga. , X Q L Q -x Fx gi N5 Q 1 N in , RFK X Af' N i walnut: 9? i 'kk X Q f 5 6' ,, Q Q A we is t .. 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S-ffak--Ly 1 ---1:3-im--W-SX- ' LL X E f -f vu L A -XA XXL--X28-N..-Q95-15525 L- 4 Ni 3 21- -X - - -- X X J L -- - L X LQ -.XXX-X-LX N- --A X -XL-in L- X- N Mya Lf 2 , L - L- L X- - xg iw-W Q N - N- X wx -f ' X - - L S Ass, Y ...E 5 g . HELEN N. SMITH Director of Wornen's Athletics OYS and girls, men and women. have played from time immemorial. Through play and work they have learned better ways of living. better ways of conducting themselves. The ancient Egyptians played a game similar to our hockey. The American Indians-invented Lacrosse, and from ancient Greece came our races. discus throws and wrestling. Everyone played, and the message today is the same. Play and work for each and every boy and girl. Some activity that will be interesting enough in itself to require practice and some work. and that will carry over into life after school and after college. , Play for all, and for all a good time! A C.. MALLIL e A X Ii U 2 gp-'ffi H E o as-Q! 5, ff " if Women"s Athletic Association Sarah Drucker .... Jean Foster ....,. Helen Chapman .... Sylvia Panzer ..... Mary Gillette .,.. Helen Coops OFFICERS ' .........President , . . . .Vice-President ..............Secretary . . .Recording Secretary .,..........Treasurer FACULTY ADVISERS Helen Smith - Miriam Urban 66 LAY for all, and for all a good time." This is the purpose of our Woman's Athletic Associa tion. and with this in mind we try to Gnd a place for every girl in the University whether or not she is athletically inclinedf This year class teams were done away with and the League of Nations held sway. League cornpe tition affords a place on teams for any one otherwise left behind, as six teams stepped into the place of the former four. A college play day was also held with Miami and Western Colleges With our field of activity ever broadening, we know that "play for all and for all a good time is no longer only just an ideal about which we dream, but rather one toward which we are coming very close Panzer Chapman Drucker Gillette Foster 129 M- Hockey Louise Twachtman ........................... . . . . .W. A. A. Manager LEAGUE MANAGERS Amazons ...., .....,................,.. ..... N o rma Meier Persians .... ..... E loise Cardulo Spartans ..... ..... V irginia Pettit Tartars .... ...... A nne Eagen Trojans .... ....... A lice Johnson Vikings .....,.. . . ..., . , . . Q ........, ..... B etty Smethurst HE hockey season of 1928 opened with a show of enthusiasm by no means inferior to that of the five preceding years. It was welcomed by a great number of new participants as well as by numbers of those to whom the game was familiar and again desirable. One noted change made in the hockey curriculum this year was that brought about by the aboli- tion of class teams in favor of league teams. The object of such a change was to solve the problem of "a team for every girl." It not only solved this problem but served to equalize the strength of the par- ticipating teams in that it distributed the skillful players equally among the teams. At the end of the season two teams, composed of outstanding players. were chosen to play a final game. As a last act of recognition an "all star" team was chosen from the ranks of these players. . As a result of the execution of this program. the display of intense competitive spirit and of real skill made itself so manifest as to assure the success of such a program. The honorary team consists of: Grace Blasberg Virginia Ebert Ruby Brock Jean Foster Eloise Cardullo Mary Gillette Jane DeSerisy Gertrude Richman Sally Drucker Blanche Rule Ann Eagen Neva Wickerham Louise Twachtman. Manager Block it! ' 130 ECNCI Basketball Virginia Pettit .... ....................... .... W . A. A. Manager LEAGUE MANAGERS Amazons ..... .......... ............. ..... G r a ce Blasberg Persians ..... .,..,.,. M ary Gillette Spartans .,... ,.,. L ouis Twachtman Tartarsl' ..,. ...... R uth Lueders Trojans ..., ........ H ilda Andriot Vikings. ...........,.............................,, Gertrude Richman HEN, at length. unfavorable weather conditions put an end to the fall hockey contests at U. C.. attention was directed upon the no less active game of basketball. Hockey was forced to share its popularity with basketball for the latter was greeted with as much enthusiasm as the former had been. Due to a revision of the basketball program by the W. A. A.. inter-league games took the place. of the usual inter-class contests. The success of such a revision made itself manifest in the interest and enthusiasm shown by both players and rooters during the various games. which were more than hotly contested. The season ended with a decided victory for the Trojans. A banquet held in the Woman's Building marked the close of a successful and eventful season. At this gala affair the presentation of the basketball emblems and the announcement of those who had made the honorary team took place. Those honored with a position on this team were: , Ruby Brock Jean Foster Katherine Brown Mary Gillette Eloise Cardullo Hazel Heintz Jane DeSerisy Blanche Rule Virginia Ebert Virginia Pettit Looks like a bunny Ruby Brock .... Baseball LEAGUE MANAGERS W. A. A. Manager Amazons .... .... A ngelese Hays Persians. . . ............ Inez Rader Spartans. . . ...., Margaret Lindsley Tartars .... ........ O dessa Nason Trojans .... .... R owena Evans Vikings .... ..... M yrtle DeBeck UTSIDE at last! One of the charms of baseball is the fact that it is played out of doors with the freshness of springtime all around to make a player feel and do things. When the old nine gets out on the somewhat springy turf. and each girl takes her position out in the field, and the batter gets ready to let fly a hefty swing at the ball, the players feel a rejuvenation, and an ecdysis of spirit occurs, as it were. Probably this accounts for the popularity of baseball as a sport, and for its appeal to observer and to player. The schedule included twenty games among the League teams, the victorious one of which was the Amazon aggregate. These girls are hefty hitters r e 2 s 1 E 3 Q f 2 3 s 5 Q 3 3 S HN 2 ii E 3 2 2 S, S E 5 S S 5 is J 3 Q 2. is 3 L 1? Q 2 s S 5 5 2 T' NQLATIAN Greek Games HE chief factor in the interclass competition between the Sophomore and Freshmen is the annual contest in athletics, lyrics, costumes. and dance. held each spring, and entitled Greek Games. The event is dedicated to a Greek God or Goddess. and each class chooses a myth with which their patron is concerned. Every girl in the competing classes may take part in developing those features of the story which it is desired emphasized. The myth is worked out in pantomime and dancing. and allows for a great deal of original work in its interpretation of dancing and costuming. The attempt is made to keep the costumes as nearly like the old Greek costumes as possible-a tunic arrangement which allows freedom and grace of movement. The various colors of the costumes are another problem which when carefully considered add much to the beauty of the myth and its interpretation. Contrary to contemporary times, the Greek criterion for athletic competition was form. not speed. and anything which detracted from the perfect execution of an athletic performance, counted off the individual's score. even if he were finished the soonest. Thus in Greek Games. the hurdling and discus throwing were judged for form. and the chariot, charioteer, and the four girls who acted as horses. were judged for effect and movement. In the torch race the main object is to keep the torch well above the head of the runner. so that a well balanced figure will be the result. The three girls who write the best lyrics to the god of the occasion receive the honor of first, second, and third places. Genuine lyric form must be observed, together with lyric rhyme principles. Greek Games are an all-'round activity. They provide an opportunity for the expression of prac- tically every kind of temperament in athletics. art, dance. and literature: and their management necessitates a practical. business-like attitude. Surely any girl is interested in at least one of these elements of life. and can develop it within herself even as she is aiding her class to win. Shades of the past ,.. 134 ur , VZ 1-X 57 fa 55 fi S hz -5 4 . 3 Q me fi Ci .i . Rs 2 2 ii 5 ,I is E 3 . -1 s .s ,Q li? E fi i s S. F Q 5 X3 xr if r E z fx E .2 A s 3 E Choritides OFFICERS Willa Donnell ..... .,......,... .... P r esident Gladys Rumpler .... .... S ecretary HE natural dancing club of the University. Choritides. is composed of those students who are interested in working out in natural style. the interpretation of special music. One year of experience along this line is required before a tryout for Choritides Natural dancing enables one to express through free and flexible movements of the body. the meaning which she gathers from the music played. Individual translations in class are combined by the instructor to form a well integrated finished dance. In the spring. these dances. together with some original and child rhythms. are pre- sented at a recital. Q . QQ A x L MEMBERS M. Adams M. Gillette C. Phillippi S M. Beirne R. Harrington I. Rader D. Bilker A. Hays G. Rumpler G. Blasburg H. Hoffman M. Schiele J. Burtenshaw R. Hymon H. Schimpf E. Cardullo M. Laird M. Siemer W. Donnell R. Lee M. Strassler M. Drucker C. Mason C. Tackenberg S. Drucker N. Meier G. Tauber M. Dufficy J. Nurre L. Twachtman J. Foster Communion with Nature 135 , Q I 1 .X IU II1 1 Q 2 S u s 3 e S 1 Q i . a S s X 5 s X Q Q . Q 1 E 4 5 . I 5 . Q i 5 I 5 I E 5 E 5 i s I E s 5 2 5 1 2 Q a 4 3 ! 5 1 I 1 5 i 5 waamueawkwm 1 . m.siuvm.i":-.uwawma-na-rmrw: ggefgmgv., gummy mmm- swung- ,gm M t., fa. .6.:wQn,4L-Lf Q-r.zQ:m.wun:-V:-.x1gxz4mu:nw1:1L 'A' A ---- K Sf? .- -:Q . 1 ----- f-A N-1335-gsQ?i'm 'Af is .J J ... y . N iq ig, - ' s, . -i t ig . fi . ' Ei . t EE :ig 1 I. f 54' ,, 11- E pi r X E E f S 1 , ELS .. .Q Q V V-, .A . . . I ,,W, ,M.,,,,M,,,M.,..,. Vh..w. ,xx,. , ,x,,, - 1 -- ampus Idols Www d..m..... K-. lE.rmc1 12 ndv 1 IFJ' 'DSX N, - Wh-J C! A AN ' if Ackie :Jfearxf !,.....,....,..,,,v Ibillf 'lfllarry X 1r.lIack' va BUIIIORS 04, Nleew l .IDU 1, A TAVXXEIYY 1Liz' ffjgolbhl 140 If 5.6 A,., , r gif 5 .1-X .1 Mwsrncw XNKQUOYX, me cs Ns S Q X . . 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Q--gig 1 Y"WL K gk H E C N N gQ:f2giQf L 2Qgf f 1.-' :,:r:s:f:f Nwesdlxei' 'XWQX F 6 mdsey SN .. X Sf :rx - K . - ' 1. S I1 S.. . GXWEM CE E 5 ' ga ' Q-l' f 2 X gui Em K WX' Publications "' 4 Q f n :..f , , 4M , N w X . s s- QQ 1 1 -L.. . .,-i Mg, 3 .iq :Qk,,, i .. . Q .W N N Burman Taylor The 1929 Cincinnatian . . . ,Editor-in-Chief Gordon R. Burman ..........A...,............ Frank X. Owens .,.... ...,,. A ssociate Editor William H. Taylor , . . . ........,....... Business Manager Joseph H. Kindle .... .......,......... . . .Faculty Adviser David C. Eckert ....., .... M anaging Editor of Photography Dorothy A. Keating .... Edith M. Wehmann, . . . . . . . . . . . . .Managing Editor of Copy . . . . . .Managing Editor of Records EXECUTIVE STAFF . ,W ,. gs 1 -W ragga and-. A S K. 'Q x 3 xy I X Q N if l 3 i , .. , ,f L Wehrnann Eckert Keating ,N s . aar -W-we -t-,, M-A--M ---,, W- . ....,,!..,,,,..w W..-,..w l -.w,....Q.-....,.,?-,........M,1,m.rv-1'P,,..,.,,,-,5,--f1-- A---Ka J E n , , - -----" ' --.-Z.-.:LL.1I.'E.'.gL1..H A , . ' .,.,,.Q,, ,, . .... . ,., F I r Kindle Arthur Sohn ...... ........ A thletics Patricia Sharkey ....,......... Activities Dorothy Nichols .,.,..., Administration Jean Frances Small ...,,....... Calendar . . . . . . Assistant Virginia Mossrnan . . . . I- fl Gertrude Bucher .... , .... Engravings . . . . .Features . Betty Cook ..... . . . - I I Gertrude Keller .... .... F raternities EDITORIAL STAFF C. Chester Charles Robert Phinney . . Edith Johnston .. . . Mary Wilson ..... Kathleen Sees .... Marian McMillan. Aileen Beirne .... Angelese Hays .... ' BUSINESS STAFF Owens .........Humor ..........Military . . . . Organizations . . . . . . . .Assistant , . . .Photography ....,..........Seniors ...............Typing Women's Athletics s 3' Eleanor Clancy ............................................. Secretary , -1 Ray Brossmer C. Chester Charles s if' l 1 yy n n Q L Johnston Cook Hays Keller Bucher Sees . S A Sohn Bierne McMillan Sharkey Nichols Small in kt Nieman Levi The University News and The Cincinnati Bearcat William H. Nieman. '30 ,.,,.,....,.. ................. E ditor-in-Chief. Lawrence I. Levi. '31 ....... ...,...... B usiness Manager MANAGING EDITORS FACULTY ADVISERS L. William Hammond. '80 F. R. Byers E1-na Koppenhoefer. '29 W. S. Wabnitz BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Joseph A. Segal. '29 ...... Advertising Manager Beatrice Lichtenstein, '30 .,,......... Secretary Lawrence Eichel. '80, Asst. Advertising Manager Mary Beirne. '30, Ruth Oexman, '31 . .Cir. Mgrs. Paul Friedman, '31 . ,Asst. Advertising Manager Rose Harburger, '30 ..,.., ..... S ervice Manager Walker Solinger Brown' DeSerisy Panzer Leach Rule Montgomery McMillan Schultz Ginter Steves I 150 ' X ,::, -Q x' . 1 K p L i -,X k-.. A .x 1 f. K K 15 K " " ,,,,, - E. 0 F E A --', 1 K . . K ' in f K K, - . - . X . Q X 2, Hg , ,.,.,,,.3.,n, - ' 4, ,, - :.,..,.s....g..,.,gg.:,--' ....,..,...- -. L., ' v-m---w-.--Af-H- 9 - - -- V K Hammond Wabnitz Koppenhoefer EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT William Leach. '31 ..., Jane DeSerisy, '29 ....., .. .. ...City Editor . . . . . .Sports Editor Nathan Solinger. '29 ..,.......... Campus Editor Sylvia Panzer. '29 .... .....,..., M cMicken Editor Kathleen Montgomery, '29 ....,.. Features Editor Ruth Carothers, '29 ............. Exchange Editor Blanche Rule, '30 .... ,..,,.. . . .Literary Editor Lucille Keck, '29, Katherine Ginter. '29 ..... ......................,,.....HumorEditors Melville Hayes. '30. .,................ Law Editor Richard Steves, '30 ,... .... E ngineering Editor Frank Sweeney. '31 ...,, Ruth Crippen, '30, . . . , . , .Dormitory Editor . . . . , . . .Alumnal Editor A. H. Feinberg, '30 ....,......,,.. H. U. C. Editor A. W. Lloyd ............. Night Commerce Editor Hannah Grad, '31 .... ......... .,.... C o lumnist Miriam Walker, '30 ,.,... Wo-man's Affairs Editor Marian McMillan. '30 ....,. . ..,... Society Editor Aileen Beirne. '30 ......,. Woman's Sports Editor Catherine Brown, '29, ,,.......... Faculty Editor Mildred Schulze, '30 ...,.... Asst. Faculty Editor Peter Engel, '29 ....,... ............ A rt Editor Q2 R? si Eichel Oexman Beirne Feinberg Friedman Lloyd Crippen Beirne Grad Segal Keck Harburger 151 1 I magna... 2 E 2 Z Q 1 j 3 emacs 'ma C0-GPERATIVE A ENGINEER , Q , def. ' S53 - fvuai LJ' I h ,fig-j,iw,. Z JANUARY f IFZY Q Q 2 .......... . 1 E -'..I"3lf..."'21"Q+f.Li"""' E Q ' A s 1 r 1 r. . . 3 Hendricks Heckel Co-Operative Engineer STAFF Charles T. Hendrick. '31. .,...... Editor-in-Chief Wm. E. White, '31 ..........,.,. Assistant Editor LeRoy L. Lamborn. '29 .... . . .Managing Editor Walter M. Anderson. '29 ............... Secretary Lawrence L. Coffiin, '28. . . ....,. Alumni Editor Paul E. Heckel, '30 ............ Business Manager G. B. Brossart, '31 ...... .... A ssociate Editor Fred H. Koch. '29. ,....... ............ A rt Editor Selma Hermann. '30 .... .... A ssociate Editor Verna Schumacher. '31 ..... Advertising Manager Carl Heyel, '31 ........ .... A ssociate Editor W. F. Bischoff, '29 ...., Asst. Advertising Manager C. H. Fredericks, '31 .... ..., A ssistant Editor Nancy Glascock. '29 ....,..... Exchange Manager D. T. Michael, '31 ..... .... . .Assistant Editor Betty White. '31 .............. Exchange Manager J.lE. Middleton. '29. ....,,,..... Assistant Editor Thomas B. Reed. 'Sl ........ Circulation Manager Lateure Kendall ........... Assistant Circulation ADVISERS Professor Clyde W. Park .............. Editorial .... Professor Norwood C. Geis .... .... B usiness Professor Daniel Cook ..... .....,............. A rt ia 3 . ,- Middleton White Lamborn Brossart White Anderson Schumacher Kock Kendall Alexander Glascock Reed-1 Herman Bischoff y . ..,-.. L,,: -..,q........,Q-...Q--..,..a..--....,.. ... ,x.x ..-........,..-.......... .-. .. V, . , ,F er. ...Vw . . ....., --uf-my fr-W... :pu wwf 'E g O RR r ... . .. . R . . 'e W.'H. Wilson ..,.. ,... FAR. Todd. . E. Gorsuch . F. J. Young. J 1.:3.xvgx:gzi ' 1 R. O. T. .Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor . .Feature Editor R. E. Phinney ........... . ,Campus Editor . . .Humor Editor F. Hinrichs ........,. ......,.. I llustrations ' .Managing Editor THE STAFF A. Lathrop Robert Christy Richard Steves E. A. Blount L. L. Lamborn F. W. Darling D. E. Moorhead D, J. Michael Milton Olson Paul Goodell F. Furgeson W. M. Moores G. O. Schuster Ralph Fredericks ...Mt-.....-..........,...4M..My-......,....,..... .... ,,..,,. .,.. .. s . Captain Harry L. Campbell. Ordnance Dept ....... .... F aculty Adviser Q 2 p fs' is ji Q S S as--.N--Q. V. Lamborn Frankewich Todd Young Brown Steves Moorhead Lathrop Phinney Olson Moores Christy r 1 E I s Z L , i s E r 1 1 E X 1 i E C : 5 Y ,Q A " ' 5: ' K gi: eigeffx-if A -i: I '-'- Q is ' W - -Y Ml,Q.fxf:wwgigx5i,1::f'-mfg 'Nm N-, fww On the job 154 fi ES is E -E ii xg ii? fix fig ag 'SSE JESQQSL assi ifi E PE QS f Q 5 , Zi 'N ., E? E . ig: V . s 5 E F1354 :Sf 'Eli s 1 V y Es S N N w E F v x i L s I 1 1 v 1 1 5 r I s 5 5 Q 5 ' Q i 2 s Q E -M . .1 fa: ..,. . ' wwf ,asmvmavl GA .5,,. S - N I 4 'Q HE Cl N Cl "" ':"'QQ ' ' ' :"qi M, LL, ..., MW , 1 , , 4 .,. ,,n, A igt' 3 m g vw HM 1 Tlieatrica S 155 E , . K'XL Q Yi-5? W S 1 f 2' f f 1 ef U, in E 5 E Y 'if . 2 f . ' . Qt: i Q av i 1 - - Y E i 212 e E . ,,. , a be - Sf annul! Maurice Jacobs .... Paul Ashbaugh .... Miriam Walker ,.,. Robert Laurence .... John White ........ William Isaacs ..... Irene Raabe ..,... ..., Daniel Laurence Virginia Payne Glenn Scott Dorothy Nichols Mummers BOARD OF DIRECTORS . . . ......, President . . . .Vice-President ...........Secretary . , . . . .Business Manager .... . . . . . .Stage Manager "Persian Rug" Chairman DIRECTOR John K. Rose . . . . . .Wardrobe Mistress Elizabeth Ann Wiebking Lawrence Levi George Rose Harris Benedict Y HE Mummers is the dramatic organization of the University and one of the oldest organizations on the campus. Each year three plays are produced in McMicken Auditorium by the members who have been accepted to membership after a try-Out before the Board of Directors which is the governing body. ' The 1928-29 season has been particularly interesting and successful inasmuch as the unusual talent has been given the opportunity to display their histrionic abilities in plays of great merit. The opening production was a memorable presentation of one of the world's great classics-L'Aiglon" by Edmond Rostand. This was followed by Martinez-Sierra's delightful comedy, "The Romantic Toung Lady." "The Sacred Flame. "by W. Somerset Maugham, was the third production and made the season's pro- gram a well balanced one. Once a month the Mummers have a tea at which the Persian Rug plays are produced under student directors. enabling the new members to display their talents in order that the Mummer's plays may be properly cast. In addition to the Persian Rug Plays there is a weekly play-reading group. The Mummers Board wishes to express its deepest appreciation and gratitude for the splendid work of the Director, Mr. John K. Rose. l .-' .... is ff. 5 ' Mi : 1 3 V 2 I I . V! .A Payne Jacobs Isaacs Raabe Wiebking Nichols D. Lawrence Walker R. Lawrence 156 is , , , U ,THE cn N Cl gffg k m , Q 1 ff 5 I . k Q f x 7 u i f 4 - , , n g Q f ,, I N X 1 33 X3 .5 kg. 5 ii 2 Q w 2 Q 3 1 :' 2 5 X . .. it XX YQ' 1 all . 3 L Scenes from the '29 productions 157 F25 , -.-,.........,, 158 4 E S. M I , . Q -Q- K rw' sf- W ,gn-'S s Society , .. ,.. ,. A 159 7' A M, .,..X 1 .V .L .L A 2 ll. :l.,..7,ki.J-1-N-fu--Q-, ' v e lvl, fl ,Q pil.. ywuwiav . iff, r, 'au yy. was- , I fn-?i?.::,:n5u:,k ,af N :lin-f4,,1,p nl.,- . :. .... L 9 - i - ' I ,.:,f-,f kx-- kk 7: .. g' K x ,s F , :g . K , Aileen Beirne Jack Greishaber Jack Gayman Fred Towers Isadore Sachs Q Harry C. Anderson Jean Ernst ,, ,, Junior Prom COMMITTEE Harry Bachler, Chairman Marian McMillan Miriam Walker Edith Johnston Edith Wehman Betty Cook Peggy Clemons l A 160 VM ' f Few- ' n. . . ..o at tn K X N l 1' i l ...E l 5 ."..:s' , . . i ..,,af,:f M-, Hotel Sinton 4 MARCH F IF TEEN Harry Bachler O the accompanirnent of softly colored lights and the haunting strains of a crooning orchestra, lovely ladies pass by on the arms of their devoted swains. The Junior Promenade is on. The walls of the Louis XIV ballroom echo to the tinkle of feminine laughter and the soft murmurings of young men in love. ' It is midnight. the enchanted hour. A sudden hush. the Queen of Hearts. the fairest lady of the Prom. is introduced amid a chorus of surprised and knowing' Ahs. The dance goes on and near the break of dawn tired but happy revelers wend their way homeward. Just a real good dance. 4 p 161 'E - L. Q, f-.., . -- . a.-. , it I- I-ff -w -'-- - K v . . . -, + wear K K . - 1 ff 1 - ,ff g ee my , ,,.,.. 1 , l 1 " ' oo : . ' .J ' -A - ' 3' ---- ik. ' Z. Q - K f 5 '57 -f:, eo:sse eoeo sot , X fe' THE QJQQLN T r n I Senior Hop v Harold Stoner COMMITTEE Harold Stoner. Chairman Lester Roemer Harvey Eggers ' Patricia Sharkey Bunny Thompson Frank Crampton Evans De Camp Catherine Ginter Willa Donnell Norvin Fischer Mabel Denman EVIVING that good old ancient custom of bidding the school a fond farewell the Seniors really outdid themselves. Such decorations, that unusual color combination of red and black, and those corners! Again we see that improvement comes with age and the Juniors again crash through and are awarded the grand old prize because of their decidedly novel "cemetery" featuring the death of the "spirit of the Football Team." "The Musical Comedy" and "The Cynic." However. the cemetery was really the only thing about the dance that was dead. Even the Seniors in all their glory lost some of their dignity and really enjoyed them- selves by mingling with the lowly under-classmen. -Nets-e.rf.omay-wasare-mmeaa-m,e....t...e-W-..Wm--M.,.,J A... i...-.t...,....N....e..-..,.. ..rr . . X .. r ..... re. .A . .. . A... .. A Eggers Denman DeCamp Thompson Crampton Roemer Donnell Sharkey Ginter Fischer 162 fx J' nys. , 1 E 11 X ll its r"""' he i 'VQQQE Q -A : A ' G' L: 5 '1-" T ' ' ' - ' '-" L B fi- an 5 .:::2, - r 12-': '2""11 ASW " 'zii g zih' P as . . -V-nnmw' -lfkra-I-1T?i' , Q., i fl E 5 ::Q' g S . 5 . E . i The Ss? U1 O 'CS 23" O B O v-s na E o Po John Galloway COMMITTEE John Galloway. Chairman Byron Ahlburn Bob Weaver Gertrude Louise Keller Richard Common Madeline Brink Mary Lou Collum Bert Bricker Mildred Eichert Mary Lou Harder G6 'VE never seen such good looking' men. I mean my dear they actually were. Why can't we have more conventions and more men. Then there 'was the most gor- geous dancer. He really was, I mean he actually did. And the decorations. dear old George would be truly proud of himself had he been there and had seen that old tree stump. that hatchet. those "Forty Fairest." and that orchestra. I mean my dear they really were the hottest thing I've ever heard, I mean they actually were the hottest syncopators that ever blew a note on this campus. What I mean I really enjoyed it." Common Harder Eichert Bricker Brink Keller Weaver Collom 163 2 5 3 l a 2 i E i E V Xa ' 1 3 1 2 112:55 ' if Q if i N 5 I rx. iff S ?'T""h"T' nmnugm.-.... Freshman s . Reception aey ir' Otis Schorr COMMITTEE Otis Schorr. Chairman Archie Biggs Adele Emig Dan Laurence ' Eleanor Heuck Walter Hiller Lucille Keck Otto Dieckman Ruth Carothers GAIN the Seniors break down and throw a dance to welcome the next Freshmen, wh? crowd into the portals of the great old gym with their "pals" and "dog co ars." A The Freshman Reception officially opens the Social Calendar at the University. It is the usual dance. the usual music, and the usual decorations. The upperclass women are rushed by the freshmen Qthey don't know any better-yetj. The fresh- men women are rushed by the big, bad, wild sophomores. juniors, and seniors Cand they know betterj. Everybody was satisfied-that's 'nuf. Hilles Heuck Keck Biggs Dieckmann Carothers Emig 164 Laurence A sr -sf ik E 5?f?GvfZf KWTYM QM lmzfee 22,5 ,-7 X Se S 1- .. 22 if ssee life' .X Q 42 g.,.M,, sr. n--'ax 4 . S., if ' wx Q, f 5 Fw-'Q QE? X f 5 r . has-gsxa 52 'WE A if 1 s 'rare an E 5 . 1 X 4 A X w' N 5 X3 fi s X .. th- V s 51' sf x X SY u 5 53 Nigga S a 2 2 i X '4 J- r s , :Bi is :QW K f ,J as Nigga 5 32 2 Q .I ! S i 2 1 2 5 i 2 K Q 1 -,-- A ,1 f as f - C ,, M ,fr y eso s r e ,. is .,..,,,: ag: 7'. M, ' .1 a s AZ H D- fb O o o '-o ' X il C Struggle 1 1 ' SV sa . X 2 Dan Laurence. Junior , i I X rr-, . , r COMMITTEE 453 Dan Laurence-Chairman 2 K Harry C. Anderson Bob Vosmer f Byron Ahlburn Dave Congleton Chick Evans Dave Richardson Roger Schlemmer Paul Kabbes Nr EY-HEY was made and how at the annual Co-op struggle-men threw down Q X their picks and shoveled into their fraternity brothers clothes and wended their weary way to the men's gym to dance and drink under cherry blossoms. bowers and Japanese lanterns to the strains of Wes Helvey's syncopating collegiate tom-toms. S L riser Mingled with the music and entertainment. there came to that ungodly mob a thrill- ing surprise. which was also the feature of the evening. After much gab by loquacious C persons. the co-op queen was presented. She was all that a man could desire-alias it Forest Porter. eg: y 1 3 ' ig? , ' ' C Bai . e e ' ' . . 1-47 . C V ,Zi . 21 ' P ,izr f R ,fra I . . . - I ' r K lg! his li r S - 3 1 ? E 3 l , st. Q . , 3 . s Congleton Vosman Schlemmer Anderson i ,i ,ms cmcmu ' u ,7,7,? WEE H it E 4 Il ff an 5 1 Q . ,, 5 ..,. fiiiill .A TH c cs s if gg. 1 b,,i p X'-1 n . .5,, ,. ,:., ,- Military Ball Richard Angert COMMITTEE Capt. R. N. Angert. Chairman Capt. R. E. Phinney lst Lieut. D. E. Moorhead Capt. O. 0. Schorr Major E. E. Frankewich Maj. J. F. Middleton Col. W. H. Wilson lst Lieut. C. E. Miller ITH all dignity and pomp the annual Martial Hop starts out with a boom, reminiscence of cannons in the late war. Tall and stately young officers ac- companied by damsels of a beauty so rare that it calls to mind the exquisiteness of orchids, trod stately measures to perfect waltz time. The ball this year presented an unusual feature the establishment of a new tra dition on old McM1cken s campus for the first time an Honorary Colonel was presented This was followed by the selection of upper classmen for membership in Scabbard and Blade Middleton Moorhead Frankewich Wilson Schorr Angert Phinney Miller 166 twig ie' as ' if "M MW W W My awk Q . A ' ' 'N - X X g x X si 1 'X ' ' "h' , X .,,. ,,,,, NQQX A .4 A"' -,-, - 51 -'lf' L.:-4, ,.A. .iii..T' 'i"1Q3??f,::.. --H I 1 5 3 5 5 5 i S i s Q 'I 5 1 E S E m 5 S 1 H 2 is Q 5 Ya.. is ::?:, fi' zfg ' 16: M 5' . Q EY: if V1 ,fi at gg, K 2 ,Q V52 as ff? 55 f' 3 Q ww 55 fi g , .Mx X iii? . K .L ., 3 5 Q im F wp 3 Y? :Saga if 5 ggi? gg X 564 5. ,W fi f 1 1555 SRXF X 5? 9 A 2 , X X 5 N M' ff mfr' CCI 99 ,gig 1g ,T :i YN 5 rg , .. wh, . , Q Q' F 7, x.i2Qg.,, Q W - Pgbb ,,..2 fz. - - A Z A A : sb Sa E? C ,S Dick Dial ,. ..,., .,A.. , , . , 1 .... -x.,,.,,..x.,. 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Morton Brown 175 ' . t 5 5 s i X , M .,:. .,:., WB . , ,,N ' m g M . e we ' Q - 'Wi E Q- -Q QE: "1' . ' - . , fy ff' ,ff See I '- -Q L X X A ON - . K ,k,, wx .. GX ww X 5 s 1 Q 'E 3 5 l E Y I s ? Q i G l s 3 2 s e .J N, ix 5. sa:- x! l . iQ, ze N .'I s x N' Q S zii fifg mg 9, Q ,IEE . Q 5 1 MQ . S33 ii E ax K Fi 'sg 525 1 w .S gms: n 5 N? ilitar , eta :ll'Il ggi . SE K E . 1 ig? 4 1 K S Egg, 5. Q or g s ses i si z .. 2 5 , e, ' Q , 'iz S , ., L 5 , Q . i ' i 1 . E f I Q Ifzvri l Q Q Q Q . i I 1': 3 ffE3lQ'.g E .. . :Lg H '. , X ,A Q , ' . j.r-.ga c or COL. JOHN T. GEARY HE military department has done good work during the past year. This is due. in a large measure. to the iine spirit of co-operation existing throughout the Cadet Regiment, as well as in the Engineering Faculty. Our objective is to qualify students for positions of leadership in time of national emergency. Should this emergency arise, our graduates will meet the responsibili- ties of the hour as college men have always done. X.. - .:,,.:N -. . , gg.lW ..,:: H , R . N - .W km - . . 1. ....,, .:-...-.-:,, ,. .:. 5 ,:.: -f-,, ' X'-' -- QQ ' 5 'ir' ,L ,MSS H X- X sys w V l we X Q sgf 'S ti QX N X' E f 3 Reiss XS, l L X 'E in N X xl ,mggg ., R L .. . . sr' .ffl .ze is e .X . f X X X 5 I1 . .Q are , seg . SN S .' as v 1 ff' '52 X E S Q.-sq. ...Qs Q .X X X m I 3 . , K. . H an 5 . 1 2 ,i,:1,E Ez. E A l lg . 2 s S ' li .. ,.. 4. f, .:.. N . f.-1.-:::ff::.s:...gi ' . rT: ..:mfSssewfsrt:.t" - --x- A '2.y-,4...sw:mg f-fwlw' "":f - if Faculty of the Military Department Col. John T. Geary F Major C. R. Jones First Lt. W. L. Claxton Captain H. L. Campbell First Lt. H. S. Miller First Lt. L. A. White First Lt. C. B. Schilling ENLISTED DETACHMENT' Master Sgt. D. H. Cotter Sergeant V. Norling Sergeant F. H. Miller Sergeant J. C. Middlebrooks Sergeant A. T. Donahue Q Sgts. Norling, Miller. Master Sgt. D. H. Cotter. Sgts. J. C. Middlebrooks, A. T. Donahue ' -- -:..X...w5 . :y.:.fe:s, . 11. X g .. t . l Wg? EE 5 af WL .gk Q E E 5 gs gig . H gg . H ww sn H Qs .gl if 4. ff - l. 1 :Z 2 ' K , .1 5 1 .sz S ' fl? ' l 4: n fi s Y ' fliflf, at 1 aim. ..., ,..., T P r, f l . ,?f'. zg!.f. .. .... P in . -..X ...... .. J A. K Q ".f.. I 3 n 5 2? i SS S if . .SEE X . Eg S 119 S X fs ff 'J' K L 3.3 E E quzkrz C H is tqgr F N IKLE .::. IQ.. ,f -f . - 3' . , X B if :.: :ISL "" I 'wh F : ' ' irr '. 1 -1 . '-'Z"5:4?i1:, ::f: ':" A .f:?IE'--51':5?'G3 .N .r'f -P-Z w O . "Hi X S' K xxl A :'lL, If . .-.:.- Ez.. S. s gl E. llc 5 lin xg is fy? swag Q.. ZZ, , . .Q a E Eg Q ..... 1.3 r, S F .,, is XX 3 nY wwwwam Cadet Regimental Staff ' Col. Wilson Lt. Col. Brown Regimental Commander Colonel W. H. Wilson Executive Officer Lieutenant Colonel R. C. Brown Adjutant Major J. E. Middleton Assistant Adjutant Captain J. C. Baker Supply Officer Captain R. W. Angert Plan. Training Officer Assistant Captain G. J. Gialdini lst Lt. J. G. Sutherland Assistant Morale Odicer lst Lt. A. T. Blackburn Major E. Frankewich Assistant Intelligence Oflicer Assistant Captain W. G. Van Saun Captain R. E. Phinney lst Lt. R. C. Taylor ', .. ""l..Q..f"' M ff?--ffffl4f"' ".1if"fL.,.. ' -, .4 4 W as M x X s Q- -S S. . f A' , .K Jig f, . ' - - m A N is X att? t W.. iymssss 5 wg 2 1 E Q 5 2 s 2 s i Q as :E , . E , H S .5 . .EQ 1 gi: 2? E' :gg ta Es is 132 WWE . is we s , ff i S X X S f. 5 . .- 1 2 A E 5 Schorr Van Saun Baker Phinney Gialdini Sutherland Frankewich Middleton Miss Gertrude R. Betz Wilson Brown Stone 180 News: xiii A ,. , g::E4.:,i:5N5:, 9 X fmt, .IQ I , :M . e - - - 1:-e -. ,I ..-...aw-.:..-Q. 2-E, --L., 'lsr-5: :,, gr. .:::: 3-. qw ----- ' . 5 i i ' K ' - WW: :5E"'-if'5'Iff,,-N ,gif sf 'f I -' ' 1 awe ' 5- 5-. :af if A- X'A"" I 1 NESS' o -fJ:f:,,..1I" ua-u-...--N at 1' -or P f Um -1-nr sefaw? .ff il f H: A , , . E V. A , ,, :v...m,--,3,:. . Battalions a .ii K 3 U gi ' - x 1 f a gf ,."' ,. " Moorhead Stone Abraham Ritten Q QQ . S. , 53 Q 4 , PL' 'kr , f,. W iii FIRST BATTALION SECOND BATTALION EE, - Battalion Commander Battalion Cgmmander f . Major R. E. Stone Major A. J. Ritten 5 X Adjutant Adjutant i t Q lst Lt. D. E. Moorhead lst Lt. D. D. Abraham 9 D D pl f ..,, i Panorama of lst and 2nd Battalions hbzgl Y lqir I 1 X N T okki . . , . Ttmwvw-M Q f... .- ' ,--- i.,xn.. z --:-f - --., 1 K . . ., , ... u ... as: .,.- Q msg ' ' K I . . V ....: a - f' ..,,. ..,. ., a ....-" X D . .a 'f ' 'P - -"': I .Sr-HT-. ff . if, A Nl ':Tk"1 3 ' aw' NW . . 2. X Wk? gw mse Honorary Cadet Colonel Q MISS GERTRUDE BETZ HAT a world, without women! Man would not be half so energetic. Women have always led and inspired men by their wiles, beauty and attractiveness. When the knights of old, constituted one-man armies. each fared forth to do battle in honor of his lady or sponsor. This old custom is responsible, to a large extent. for the impression which that age of chivalry has left upon the people of modern times. The Cadet Corps has unconsciously followed this custom. in a modern way, by selecting' a fair one to act as its sponsor. The idea has been accepted with such en- thusiasm that it is already evident the custom will continue as a tradition for years to come. All hail! Our first Honorary Cadet Colonel! She has fulfilled our highest expectations. isz W .... e ' if AQ H ra' 5 S . , K -..,, F ls: Q ' , Kerman- peg -, . 1 w awww kr M,x,, - X 2.,...ff...s?rff g. 'x" 3 gg ge gig W . "f' 'EEII A A C C W EEE " ' 'ii . - :-""f'1' : ,-:- er:tg.rap-.fg2:..-3-511, -.-- 1- a WS' ik t . . . v . . . i " The Rifle Team if if .. p .5 I i OFFICERS p as A W. Farrin Hoover .... ............... ........ P r esident John C. Baker ..... ..... V ice-President 11: C. C. Tabor ..... . ........ Secretary i f I D. J- Hutton ..... . .,...... .... T reasurer LETTERMEN H. o. De Beck, Capt. R. L. Solyom W. J. Wenzel W. Farrin Hoover. Mgr. J. C. Baker Alan McRae J H. J. Leaver R. 0. Batdorf R. E. Johnson N HE sport of rifle marksmanship has grown tremendously in the last live years. Especially has this ' W . ' ' been true of Universities. and particularly so of the University of Cincinnati. In 1925 we did well , ? I A to have fifteen men to turn out for the rifle team. From that fifteen man squad the turn out 3, ' . has increased each year. until this year we had 170 men out for the team. X 3 The engineer as well as the liberal arts man finds the rifle range a very convenient place to realize his desire for a sport of some kind because the nature of the firing of rifle matches makes it the most E easily adapted sport to the changing of sections. .g . 3 Under the very able managership of Farrin Hoover. we have extended our match relationships ' beyond the confines of the United States. We have challenged Porto Rico. Switzerland, and Great 7 Britain, and hope to advance into other countries when possible. W p ' Thus the rifle squad is faithfully performing its duty, apace with other sports, of spreading the ,Q Eg 3 k.,.pp X good name and reputation of our Alma Mater. It is only with the greatest of pride and admiration, 5 E . therefore, that we. who this year join that inevitable rank of 'has-beens." look back upon the work Q -1 , L g, I of our rifle team-a work. certainly well done. A .,,. , . ..p j HUBERT 0. DE BECK. G. E., 'ao. g C f Team Captain. ' 'V gi ,.,i. . se.e....iv i rsps p Y at .51 l' p gi ss.. lipi i so rr... e i 3 s ...,lrrr. ii. A p so eeee if Q e C e , i . . . K K .'.,. ,,-,, iii: kkg, K S. fl .f ' K . . .,.: : 4 . . . p. Q -"e' .. N ' A A . kc. Tl... nm. Tm. z E 5 wx F ..., . Vbzrrzh Q ' N . ' -,.Q . zrz T Q C - 5 5' W :S Wag M . Qi'-wa W M ,.-f -F si f g.,,v'5' E35 2 M .... 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Q - Nw- S S W x S, Q E f 5 2 t x S 3 K Q3 f 'K L.: x Q' . ss x Q f i . U1 L ijt , Lg I' Cadet Offibers-Section II . - 3 SENIORS JUNIORS I i .x u - . 5 5 5 is L? kd ,gb g 155 V nl i ., E iii S X 525 55 Lf? ' ' 7. E E 5 ,EE rg' er- i 'Q if W sw A 13255 ' ki an X. A5 5 3 w y z X :ff is X X , , N il gg mg Q5 g Y i . 9 .1 ,,wx--1 , - K .v- X f N sg: 3 E? K X fi gi . 5 Xfx w X 2 xx Q. E E k--. x v i v is Xia v fx Qi if NR ggi JE NX? X 4 X N5 V x sf., , :xx N N z xx Xi? Y' if wx,-' X I x ES N PRE-JUN1o11s . s 1 185 , IN H Q' " Q " ' ' , ' ' L Y ? - F ' W' f A . 1 2, WL '2"'A: . xx., " ,.... ' ' ,Em M . 5. . This is how The R. O. T. C. ITH our present plan of national defense. the R. O. T. C. is one of the most important and effec- tive means of guaranteeing the security of the nation in the future. A large standing army is costly and undesirable to any peace-loving nation. A large army in peace time is repulsive and contrary to all efforts of peace promotion. But the last war taught us that an inadequate national defense system is harmful. even to a tranquil, non-aggressive nation. The R. O. T. C. tends to solve the difficulty of national protection. It does away with a large stand- ing army in time of peace, but still affords a large reserve of trained college men to take their places as oflicers in case a major national emergency arises. This seems to be a most sensible means of insur- ing our safety. We have a select group of trained men to form the backbone of our army and still it is no great burden to handicap our economic progress. To the college student it offers many advantages. Most men take it as a duty and opportunity, but not as a burden. No course in a man's college career affords the development of leadership as does the R. O. T. C. The advanced courses of training very often provide an extra education that proves invaluable. even to a private citizen. By all means. the R. O T. C. does not create war lovers. On the contrary. it creates a hatred for war. The why and wherefore of how 186 .Foo If lf 1,77 W 3 4 3 ew-.arf .siifg s ff- 3 i kr W 3 They prepare how , Y, The Colors t ED and Black. as colors mean nothing. It is when they arearraigned together to form our school "Colors" that they have an inspirational and symbolical meaning. The "Colors," which accom- pany the American flag at all formal functions, are traditional in character. Every regular army unit has its "Colors." which are made of the costliest of material and of the gaudiest of colors. The men are proud of them. They mean more than just a mere flag. After the World War many a proud Color Bearer marched down the streets of his home town. flaunti ng a battle torn banner to the breezes. It's meaning and symbolism brought tears to those who watched. Of course, we have no battle torn "Colors" to float in the breezes. but who doesn't get a thrill as our Red and Black banner passes by? It represents our Regiment and School-Hats off to the "Colors," I w They do. and how 181 . XT?" . Q5-...X,M, Qi: K Q-fkiglfw , - - :3gg:g:gi2,:55:-' , ,- ,L X QQ: we If i i ,K X A XX Af, AS? ff ,, z . 3 ,, X ' 1 X -'1' ' 2 "": P ' ""' N 5 in f QMWWX . k -,A e 1 ,f fa 52 - il l W Y 1 H mfs 2 ' ---:-f 2 'E Q .4 3 13 His! ,Q K g S Y in . 215452 . , xiii 53 I sf 5 f 1 3 1 1 4 Q 1 . i RFQ, ,ww 1 5 Q5 S' , e ililllll- I I I a I I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I i I I I I I s I I I I I I I I . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I M s E NL A A f If QM- lu, j,,,..,,5, 1 ...... ------ W, .. W A X W N, K- . .. 'f ' gzi N ,... Q . Q A ? . S E ..,.: 1 -N . .... K ,...... X Q ,. M . :.f - W- Y ntutt ,,,, , M , W kf x - - ,, qf 'N N gi . H- Y, .. igy: Uzwgaf ,waKsm..,,...,,. X... ,. g,,, Qu, X fxu., X X t , . A... M, H ,:,,.. 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E ,.1 2 - , .2., e as Q fl if! E5 Sf 5335 X ? fs an N 3? i September 24-introductions all around! Old friendships. Now begin all the work and play which comprise our life for the big ten- month. Before the real business Greek letter boys must corral their fresh- men. so that the lodge may be kept in order and the mortgage paid off. "Mighty glad to know ya'." It's all in the game. ,Q Sf? ' I,-, S X 2 3 3 5 - N g E 3, 5 'E X i .':" s ' x W 5 'EQ 4 ---.,::: s I i g ,. 3 f i il' 55 I if 2 RQ 3 i l 3931- 73 f l 2 Q k , 5 fs 5 E X is 3 5 k 2 . 5 Vp Ni Q 5 3 X ,i 5 xx is s 1 x fi? a f' iziil 1, qv' it pf . , , gy l r ,. Xmas? , l s 'EF s is ,.,.,: E . L e ' f .f e 5 s ii., 5 . : Q . ' f i X , ,gem QS. Q x F i 1 qzbn 5 i ' V x E E file-sf: ' s aga 1 I i 53 L i. it ass g ' by ,,L: After several weeks have passed : " ' the University takes the young ' . i fl ones in hand. and having separated 1 i 0 them from shoes and socks, shows ,T QE V them their places. It pays to be ' Q' educated. . l Hi S ' f t I : 1. i 190 - Q Q , ., . . " ' ' 'W . ,gl s... . sss fflj? ' , I .L K "' gig, -' -f-if , ir- 352:11 ' 143 " ' 3. - v- U ,,.: I "'w'mmW'5mLgq1jeee..1e" gg? " Z ' p i 'gm x p "Eli -5: Q ' S .e .. WM K 5 K- , 2 . , N , ,Ma ., . ., . N. .axr some . M 1 ' f 5 1 " ' P 1 11? it 'Q we fxlitgiis, 2 ,. Q V --- : 1 r . ' "" i . .,,,.. "' , N L, if .-'. . If L I Nmww.-ASSFQI in N "-' -Lf, 75 it fix ii N X .X 1 .fi , "--L"' P L i 1 .. ':'::" E I sss... if Q ...W ,. ,,,,.,..,............ y s p iii? .r - , , ,...,.,.... . .,,, , . .- Same old story. October comes and the Commons is once more .k inhabited. It's still too early in the year to be bothered with study- ::' 2 ing--we must concentrate our efforts on the more important "':' ' things! e 2' '::. 1 me . f ,ii .95 S Q 'E ,fl i 't" 5 : . . V gi: Hi 2 mis, S l . 3 lg Sf 5 Nitin xii 3 By this. time every day 'is Labor is Day for freshmen. The Pi Kaps QQ are not the only ones who go in for 5 . fall house cleaning. but the older boys say that in their case it is 1' more than necessary. x 5 gs..-.Q ' lx 'T 1. "How time does ily" said University people until they got original. In trim after a few weeks of prac- tice, W. A. A. migrates to Miami where a special Play Day is held. We don't like to underline for emphasis, but plain ordinary play day connotes nothing at Oxford. you know. 191 E E 5 ' Q gg '-f,. ES is 9 .5 Q X xi 5253: - N 'Q if-' 59" x x F wr. fi ' v ' " ' F.-"W i -:-' W ' iw . 2 fig "iw S .., . ' 1 ' f as n t PIP' V, , Q S -sts. 1 N - Q , 11 N.. W... - -Q1 V' 'NX 1 , 'i II .f ' 1 X ' 1 :."frsffX::.f::11f' 1 4 l just see how I. X. E. crashes through with a representation of a Mother Plymouth Rock leading all her little Pebbles along the path of sound learning and right- eousness. These I. X. E.'s are smart boys. - I ,- W-Qe::.i,.w3-ew-1 ' 'M' s'-" -4 st WMM W R 2 e rr' 3 ,. ......,., X b , i . ' . if 2' ' se. 2:1 .-. 11 ,, . N at 5" rms? .. - ................u..-unit ' ':'i: 5 1 i Oh.'-we"aren't'without our whoopee either. Fall L Home Coming Day arrives with its dual attraction A i -the Denison Game and the Circus -tragedy and - comedy on the same afternoon. When the Thetas 1 receive the prize for the best float. it is said the 1 Kappas agree fully with the slogan pictured, but cannot decide whether it's a boast or a confession. i 5 E 2 z 5 The University Band. feeling that their music is not enough to satisfy the pangs of hunger which assail them during the games. gives to Eleanor Heuck the honor of being their Sponsor, which honor UD entails the preparation of coffee and sandwiches. ' 192 X hmmm S Q E ii ,I s kg san A K But what about the co-eds? Dis- daining the traditional turkey, they call for crackers and tea. re- membering that "Vanity knows no pain" and convincing them- selves that "nobody loves a fat girl." For Cincinnati the only feature of the Miami game is the "toss-up"-an even chance! Drenched and hungry. after the battle is over. We rush homeward to our Thanksgiving dinners. a consolation, anyway. Everything's in full swing. And it must be Monday afternoon-see how industrious the News Staff appears to be, especially when the Cincinnatian photographer arrives on the scene. 3 3 Q i Q i i As exam time approaches the Deans of our various colleges like to think that this is what goes on among their respective students. Our staff camera wouldn't think of telling a fib. E CINCI lf' 155 ' get Q 5 ' . .c..: '.,,. A X 1 ii ni is And the Scholarship Committee of Women's Pan- hellenic produces this to prove that neither of the previous theories is suiiicient to cover the whole situation. But "Basement Joe." with his long years of careful observation, assures us that this depicts the most popular form of concentra- tion. Why deny it? 5 ' v sg S f T Ss . l 1 iff? .EE W I Q ,ss X N X S 5 5 E x 4 2 i E i 5 1 i 1 4 s ? 3 i 9 Snow, which comes at an oppor- tune time. gives our fair athletes a chance to divert their harassed brains in an un-looked for combat. Why, girls! The strange interlude .... and exams are over! One of our intellectuals. in his well earned leisure time. attempts to prove that Defoe was not spoofing when he said that after Robinson Crusoe finished his day's work he "sat down on his chest." Squir- relly lad! N With the beginning of the second semester we again revert to our well formed habits of loaiing. Even the most distinguished en- gineers never seem to tire of en- tertaining the carefree co-eds of L. A. 195 ! Q 5 1 w v Q 1 3 1 Q 1 I 1 And in the Homemakers laboratory students are testing samples of fabrics for the durability of their colors-a service to housewives the world over. Seems we re really spreading out. M-.'5smr:gm'aQe. Masai 5 v in . But in other parts of the campus things are being accomplished Professor George Sperti in his re search discovers that bacteria can be killed by passing a light ray through a chemically compounded liquid filter Again Cincinnati stands for Achievement Materially. too. Coming on to the campus one fine morning this spring we find that ground has at last been broken. and our new library is under construction. We begin to anticipate the improve- ment which this imposing struc- ture will make in the approach to the University. 'NS x- XX he E, .g.. , ., . ,: - 5 - E. .., 1 I Our boys and girls are swept to Egypt for a night. The Applied Arts Ball might be taken for a scene from the Arabian Nights, but We can assure you that these romantic Orientals make much better college students. Just another evidence of spring, and one which proves to us that a Freshman's work is never done. is the annual purgatory. These boys must have been well brought up, for they certainly know how to wash windows. THEQNCENNAF MESA' Now the honoraries' fancies lightly turn to thoughts of pledging! Mystic's 13 fledglings have to enter- tain the school, it seems. Some may look like the first elimination in a Better Baby Contest-but they're merely sad, embarrassed Juniors. What price honor? i KX if H C INCI , ,' . , . In the hollow behind the Woman's Building, we find the picturesque setting for the Fraternity Sing, which is one of the features of the day. We suppose that as this snapshot's taken the boys are in their houses tuning up. At any' rate, the air itself seems musical. With spring house cleaning finished, Spring Home Coming is in order. Here we see the co-ed gypsies of the itching' palms, all set to bring home shekels. Theydo, and Home Coming is a financial as well as a social success. Prexy's happy. Proud, we suppose, of all these noble alumni. Proud of all these boys and girls about to graduate. KL' l i'.. iilf is at Er. if ' x m 1 .w 4 af K -g.1:?'- Z E 2 up . . The University has many alumni of whom she is justly proud. Tew bay shure, one of the old grads now receiveth an honorary degree from his Alma Mater in recognition of the honor he has brought 'her name. Of course, Clarence Runey's on the job. X Who's noble bean down yonder? Looks like Felix Koch. Sure enough 'tis. We must go down to see how the old boy's getting along. He always greets us warmly and as usual he has something interesting to tell us. Another J une. another graduation. As we watch the exercises we feel a strange quiver of excitement. How must the members of the class feel? They must indeed be incited to greater achievements by the inspiring ceremony. And there is Dick Bryant. and he is being congratulated by Mayor Seasongood and Doctor Condon after receiving the McKibben medal. Cincy still turns 'em out. 9 s N X w "Gawd, Felix. that sounds so much like the shoe rushes we have now. Felix, you can't conceive of the gore of these combats. Two years ago one of the boys got his hair mussed, if our memory wasn't shattered in the fracas." "Yes. we hope that's the trouble. A new stadium now and nobody to fill it. Something's the matter with-" THE Q C n nannt a H .. , , ,:.a , n ""' tattt a Felix interrupts-"Just look at that old tree. That's just where the Sophs roped me in the flag rush. Doggone! Some fight that was! Couple of cops on hand to see that no one was murdered. I toted a black eye for a couple months. And the bruises! It pains my soul. to say the least. to think of it now!" "And here's the place where we used to have our football games back in 1904." he points out. "We used to clean up on every team in the state then. Regular massa- cres, they were. Rules have changed now. I guess," he adds with a perfectly straight face. Kind ole Felix. . gm'-fe e :PE -T3 timgf QE :f f 35- mmf We m c k T N I "Say," Felix cuts us short again, "do you still have dramatics up here? I remember the rare pro- ductions we used to put on. I have to laugh when I think of the costumes we got down at Beck's. They sure were a riot." "We used to write our own plays. Professor Brown had an advanced literary class that met out on these very Hanna steps whenever the weather allowed. Margharetta Tuttle was in that class. I can just picture her. l "We know all about that." we hasten to advise him. "We still get the same rags. But the Mum- ners stage some good shows. You ought to've seen the performance of L'Aiglon this fall." 203 "We never have anything like that now. A group with such artistic motives meeting on the steps now? It might be artistic, but it's bull. Still. there is an art in being able to say catty things sweetly." CWe have to laugh at ourselves. Ha! Ha D Felix chuckles. "Don't think that you have a corner on bull sessions. There have been real times out under the trees in Burnet Woods. I often wondered what those girls talked about. I guess we poor men bore the brunt of it." "I don't know. Human nature seems to be the same. But when I see the sensible clothes the girls wear now, I wonder that the co-eds of my day moved about with such spirit, just as coyly back and forth. and up and down." "Well you know. Felix, that's one thing that hasn't changed. just what do you think is the greatest difference that has come about in the last twenty-live years?" we query. 204 Back and forth and up and down. Back a quarter of a century. Forth from the day of Commence- ment. Once more by the old lions that are still smiling. Goodby to the classmates of those odd years ago. "Parting is such sweet sor- row." they say. And thanks to Felix for this priceless set of his own photographs. 'Y I l l I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I . 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K , v . if 5, if-51. penn'-fv J X ,,fa,::.SZgg3,3S . 1 207 Yates Reichert Miller Wortendyke VanSaun Wright Potthoff Blair Dube 1 val' ., , ., ,, "i1."f'f2ls" ' :hu ' -S ,nn x Q -... R y i J ' ' ii g 'K i fe 1 jr Q.: K' 1 . x 1 1 1 ' Z izz k.f,: 5 Q j,i,,- pg ' K . an 1. h m Z ,Q S 1,3 gift E 1. , - Q ...SQ A- : .jeff . A Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Wisconsin Alpha of Ohio. established 1922 MEMBERS OF FACULTY Frederick C. Hicks Herman Schneider Francis H. Bird W. P. Calhoun Earl C. Case Arthur S. Eilerman Edward F rankewich W. Harmon Wilson Robert A. Felter Earl J. Aylstoch Norwood C. Geis . R. Sharrock 75 R. E. Taylor H. B. Whalen H. H. Martin Ralph W. Miller David C. Aifleck William J. Pladie Donald M. Alcoke John R. Kiessling Affleck Frankewich Eilerman Miller Pladies Wilson XJ: E E! We my -5 I ai :EE 1 Qs 15 E 3 2 S as ii -5 5 -2 .lg 3 f sz 5 EE if 1 I . SQ 3 'Q ' 'af ,X ,Awww 4 za, gs is H Wax ans 45 JL, .,LLM.t.ff-.,Z2,,mmmi'W' .kg Eta Kappa Nu Honorary Electrical Engineering Fraternity Founded at University of Illinois 1904 Howard E. Barnett. Howard Allen Blair. ' 21 Chapters Tau Chapter. established 1923 MEMBER IN FACULTY A. M. Wilson ACTIVE MEMBERS '30 J . Edward Middleton 29 29 Car1E Miller 29 Richard D. Bourne, '30 Jerome J O Callaghan 29 Eldred P. Codling. '29 Vincent E Rettig 30 Ralph W. Conway. '29 Raymond Scheirland 30 Clifford D. Coy. '29 Waldo M. Harrison. William J. Kutcher. A Charles Wayne Thomas 29 '29 CarlE Whiting 30 '29 ' 3 Kutcher Middleton Codling Bourne Blair Miller Coy 0'Ca1laghan Schierland Conway Barnett Thomas Rettxg Whitney 209 Iota Sigma P1 Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded at University of Southern California. 1913 1 I Chapters Radium Chapter. established 1923 HONORARY MEMBER Dr. Lenora Neuffer Bilger MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Elsie Niehus. '29 Octavia Spencer. '30 Mary Aldrich Jessie L. Cameron Mrs. W. B. Carmon Florence Ford Alice M. Good Elsie Hauck Anna Grace Hayes GRADUATE MEMBERS Mrs. C. S. Luhn Helen N. Moore Elizabeth Scholinck Else Schulze Grace Spencer Emilie Stegemeyer Helen Weitkamp Genevieve Lamping Ellen Loughry Virginia L. Zwick 210 B51 E 1 is 5 Z ? ? E! f 3 3 fl 1 5 3 .3 i Q 5 Q i Scabbard and Blade H'Q.m I 'NNW ,X u..-1. -!- 3 Honorary Military Fraternity l Founded at the University of Wisconsin. 1904 65 Chapters Company C. 4th Regiment. established 1923 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Colonel Geary Captain Campbell Lieutenant Claxton MEMBERS L. T. Aistrup J. C. Baker F. W. Darling E. Frankewich N. V. Fisher G. J. Gialdini J. E. Middleton R. E. Phinney O. G. Rutemi I rr Lieutenant Miller Lieutenant White A. I. Ritten - Schorr o P L. G. Schweikart R. E. Stone H. B. Stoner J. W. Schott F. R. Todd W. G. Van Saun J. W. Wyckoff Stone. Francis, Brown. Wilson, Aistrup. Bonser Fisher, Schorr, Stoner, Middleton. Phinney. Baker Hinricks. Darling. Rutemiller. Schott. Gialdini. Todd. Wyckoff Van Saun. Campbell. White. Jones, Geary. Miller. Claxton. Frankewich 211 I Pi Chi Epsilon I . I M3 I ,1', l 1 ' fl Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Cincinnati. 1923 1 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY Marjorie Stewart Palmer Florence Otis Kindle Helen Norris Moore ACTIVE MEMBERS Emma Fortlage Betty A. Reif Nancye Glascock Catherine Vehrkarnp Olga Knocke Marguerite Wykoff Elsie Niehus Q 1ifQQf.Ii.Qlgiffg1QQflfQ.lQIf.QfI,QQ2ZiQQ,.QQ QWQQQ . F .. Q. V ff Q . A .F .. Fortlage Glascock Niehus Wise Reif Knocke Wykoff Vehrk 5 ..., ,S lil 1 It 5 L 1 'fir E 4 M " J .x . , ri P F . ,.,'-n I 4 Doric Order Honorary Professional Architectural Fraternity Founded at University of Cincinnati. 1925 FACULTY MEMBERS Ernest Pickering Ernest B. Haswell Dan Danielson. '30 Carroll Everett, '29 John Hargrave, '29 Fred H. Kock. '29 Richard C. Leffel. '30 Fred Raeueber, '50 ACTIVE MEMBERS Alfred Sauer, '30 C. L. Martin A. K. Laing Carl Schmuelling. '30 Eugene F. Schrand. '30 Lowell Schweickart, '29 George Wallace, '30 Glenn Willis, '30 Brucks Zeiher, '30 Kock Marioni Wallace Schweickart Everett Sauer Leffel Raeuber Hargrave Schmuellmg 215 ..Q-.-,W.,vf- .1--I W . . f-. ,f if wwe f i 1 W 1 f L r i . J - Slgma Slgma .M E Nr a x.. -Ei. Honorary Upper-classrnen's Fraternity Founded at the University of Cincinnati. 1898 MEMBER IN FACULTY Daniel Laurence ACTIVE MEMBERS Richard Bryant Albert Mayer John Bachman Ranald West Ellis T. Crawford Charles Franklin Richard Dial Crawford Bryant Bachman Mayer West Dial ' 216 Tau Kappa Alpha Q11 Honorary Debating Fraternity Founded at Butler College, Indiana. 1908 70 Chapters Cincinnati Chapter. established 1908 MEMBER IN FACULTY Nesha Isaacs ACTIVE MEMBERS Helen Friedman. '29 William Hammond, '30 Josephine Harte. '29 Virginia Hollenberg, '29 William Isaacs. '29 Lawrence Levi. '28 Blanche Rule, '30 Joseph Segal. '30 Nathan Sollinger. '29 Cedric Vogel. '29 Hammond Isaacs Hollenberg Segal Levi Rule Friedman Harte Solinger Vogel 217 J 4 l l Cincinnatus Society I Honorary Alumnal Society Founded at the University of Cincinnati. 1917 OFFICERS Margaret Tierney Huber .....,........... Edgar Powers ............. Lelia Nell Richey .... Ethel Durbin .,.... John Humphries ..... Mary Bake Richard Bryant Mary T. Bolger Dorothy Carrothers Michael Colacurcio Evan Chatfield Ellis T. Crawford ...........President . .......... Vice-President . . . . . . .Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary ........,,,,.....................Tr-easurer MEMBERS 1928 Ethel Durbin Merritt Farrell Arthur Fennekohl Selma Fischer Lawrence Levi William Nieman Margaret Richey William Taylor Taylor Carrothers Mayer Bryant Fennekohl Auburn Nieman Colacurcio Durbin Richey Crawford Farrell Chatfield Bake Bolger Levi 219 E i c Pi Delta Epsilon 1 Honorary J ournalistic Fraternity Founded at the University of Syracuse. 1909 49 Chapters Cincinnati Chapter, established 1925 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frank R. Byers John P. DeCamp ACTIVE MEMBERS Charles Adams. '28 Harry Anderson. '29 William Arnold, '28 John Bachman, '27 Gordon Burrnan. '30 James Campbell. '28 William Hammond. '80 Fred H. Kock. '29 Lawrence Levi. '28 Allison Stanley Clyde Park Leroy Lamborn, "29 William Nieman. '28 Cecil Riser, '28 J. A. Segal. '29 Fred Thomas. '29 William Taylor. '28 Ranald West. '21 W. H. Wilson. '29 Taylor Koch Levi Nieman Campbell Thomas Hammond , Lamborn Segal, Wilson - Anderson - Burman 220 xx p h N Kappa Kappa Psi 'i 1,-rung .- kjrlfx T12 ' Ea L: f , ML' : 3 :W 5iK KlYf5 !I Honorary Musical Fraternity Founded at Oklahoma State College. 1919 20 Chapters Cincinnati Chapter. established 1928 A Andere Rupert . gg Ralph A. Van Wye Lowell T. Aistrup. '29 Raymond L. Carskadon. '30 M. Clyde Condrey. '30 Frederick W. Crebs. '31 Vernon E. Curran, '31 Oscar T. Egolf. '31 Harold C. Hull. '31 Carroll M. Jensen. '31 Roscoe S. Dyson, '32 Charles W. Griffith. '32 J. Paul Haines, '32 William H. Hand. '31 Albert W. Lathrop. '52 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Sgt. Victor Norling ACTIVE MEMBERS Rex O. Lobough. '50 Forrest R. Nagley. '29 Charles H. Richardson, '31 Philip H. Riddinger. '51 Carl S. Sattler. '30 Francis R. Todd. '30 Robert E. Watkins. '31 PLEDGES Richard C. Leifel. '30 Earl J. Raut. '32 Harold R. Stafford. '32 Philip H. Stevenson. '32 Nagley Jensen Curran Lobaugh Richardson Todd Carskadon Aistrup Hull H Crebs Condrey Egolf 221 Men' Dick" Franz .... Bill" Popp ..... Tom" Clifton .... 'Brad" Allin 'Miken Barrett Ralph Bennett Glenn Biggs 'Hap" Bohl 'Bill" Ammerman 'Red" Bolton Gordon Burman 'Red" Berwanger 'Buzz" Bursick 'Tom" Clifton 'Red" Crampton 'Dick" Dial '0pie" Elliott 'Stump" Fischer 'Dan" Early 'Dick" Franz Ulex s Upper Class Honorary Fraternity OFFICERS MEMBERS as as "Hank" Johnson u u , . . . .President . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer jack" Gayman Ed." Goldmeyer Paul Heckel Steve" McNutt Bob" Mills Ed." Mottern Carl Muth Russ" Single Bill" Popp Millard Smith Bus" Schott --sig" staffer Harold Stoner "Bill" Taylor Bud" Wright ' 'Pete" Waldman Biggs Stoner Burman Taylor McNutt Smith Wright Fischer Clifton Franz Schott Langevin Arnrnerman 222 S an 4- ,fA,,..,l.M,f.w L1terary SOC1CtY OFFICERS Minnie Hirschfeld. . . . ,......, . . . . . . . . . . .President Lucille Keck S .... ..... V ice-President Margaret Hilles Miriam Walker ..... Angelese Hays ..... ACTIVE MEMBERS C. Brown M. Beirne R. Crippen R. Flinn H. Heintz A. Hayes M. Hirschfeld L. Keck . ..... Secretary . . . .Treasurer A. Klaserner M. Mansell M. Hilles D. Storch L. Valentiner M. Walker B. Weiss Valentiner Walker Hirschfeld Hilles Heintz Keck Klaserner Flinn Storch Hays Bierne Crippen Brown Weiss 223 1 , , , ..., 5 .... A W L W A J hx qvxg Lgg. L Agggn 1 N gsqgig L I ..x,. , -..1 1 . D . ' -"" Ym" I 17' ll. 3 ' A . rf 3 ' ' . far 1 A - . - . 3 A 5 Kiki?" I . t X U QL I : wx -K s K i .55 ' w i , 5 2 ' f 25 5 K Q gs.: - L il 213 S ..'z 't Q 5 ,. 55535 . N fm? fi 3 Q5 .i .L 1 5-ra: I ,ZH FX ww en S Fraternltles i Y 22 5 s 'f Ns " 'Q f X F ' we Y L 5 i la 5 5 A K '-.' :.. J i " i -A M ,"- P -T s X ' LL.. ' N",: - . I . li A 4 Q , ' ' 1 .Si 5 R e :"' ' in P' , ', in S 5 S3525 K 5355 2 Men's Panhellenic Association OFFICERS OF ORGANIZATION Richard W. Angert ...................,.....,.,........,.... President David C. Affleck ..... Elliott F. Wright .... J. Bradford Allin .... MEMBERS ' SIGMA CHI E. F. Wright G. W. Rose SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON O. A. Dieckman H. H. Eggers BETA THETA PI D. C. Affleck E. B. Evans PHI DELTA THETA R. W. Angert F. L. Unzicker TRIANGLE R. W. Steves J. E. Middleton . . . . ,Vice-President .. . . . . . .Secretary . . . . . .Treasurer DELTA TAU DELTA A. A. Biggs J. B. Allin PI KAPPA ALPHA C. L. Pfeiffer H. C. Anderson LAMBDA CHI ALPHA H. B. Stoner W. C. Popp ALPHA TAU OMEGA P. O. Grischy G. H. Klick . Eggers Angert Popp Klick Unzicker Wright Evans Middleton Anderson Rose Pfeffer Steves Stoner Dieckman Aflieck Grischy Allin Biggs 226 Mcn's Inter-Fraternity Council Joseph Jorling .... Erle Hanson .,...... Frederick A. Breyer. . . Henry G. Semler. . . IOTA CHI EPSILON George Schiele David Congleton SIGMA PHI ETA Erle Hanson Arthur Hallett OFFICERS MEMBERS SIGMA DELTA RHO Frederick A. Breyer Robert C. Westerman . . . . .. . . .President . . . .Vice-President . . A . . . .Secretary . . . . .Treasurer BETA KAPPA Roy Lance Henry G. Semler PHI KAPPA Joseph Jorling Thomas Shine Congleton Breyer Sernler Jorling Hanson Westerman Shine Hallett Lance Schiele 227 V 2 w W E - W 1 i 3 N N e 1 W L . as . x , W! 1 1 as Y 2, A w A ff 1 if Y E' -f ' 12 2. T lffl i 5,5 J .. J lf- 5 3 fr, 3 Y 2 f - of K S S L ' x 5 r! 1 R. Laurence 5 Mills ' z Whitman ' Brown Omann .i ---, K as ---' -:-:aQa:as.s-use :isis .. -- .. .. . X . .... .. .. -- an i- .i . -. M is-as ., .... -m,,- Franz Pfeffer Price Scott Rippey Early Lehnhoff Muth Read Brandt i X' Olinger Payne Mulliken ff- s Yates Currie Potter Rose Kerr Scheer . . - . . -X. r.. -Q A rs, K ., - Wright Biggs D. Laurence Johnson Lackrnan Nunnemacher Wilson Vosmer Board Hunt Copeland Wilson di f f . K i y . .. , 1, ll' Qi! 1 , ssas n n n , .::. ,:.: is of 'oos A . ,, . 1 ,, , r M ff W a ' an - - r aaa o f - gf Sigma Alpha Epsilon X X X. :Ju Q1-ilfv Founded at rar' V bama. 1856 N ei? Q - - ii1 'Q:." : 9 . If ' X. , N. 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'32 Birdo Marsh, '32 Ivor Nordquest, '32 Philip Pfanner. '32 Edward Porter., '32 Houston W. Shaw. '32 Edward S. Simrall. '32 Bradford Stevenson. '32 Vernon Taylor. '32 Edward Wehmeyer., '32 James Wilson, '32 -: . I x 4 WX ..f,- . H k,,, ., .. ....,,, .- -U V E N X . any mm ' II Q ..,:. f ...M ..... M3 M . K Elliston Mottern Ashbaugh Gervers Waldman Raschig Ruschman Grahame Schuette Weaver Armstrong Hoffman Pfanner Bray Wehmeyer Beirne Nordquest Burnett 55 if Van Metre Ames S. C. Ames W. P. Burns S. Darst H. K. Dunham David Aflleck, '29 William Ammerman, ' Edwin Barnes. '32 H. D. Bohl, '31 Walter Connor. '32 Louis Crum. '31 Beta Theta Pi , 'X yr af '- '2 55-iii' I "Z I f Founded a 3 iversity. 1839 G. McKim B. Roberts B. T. Shine R. Stephenson S. Trechter Louis Grassmuck, '30 David Porter, '31 Beta Nu ClJgih ished 1890 f?.I.g1.,ggii Wlll!..l1l1. m J! lf. 5' gzef id. 1559 winlllll E C 'Ml' 21:32. 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'32 Miss Cora May Box ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Edith Krebs, '30 Virginia Layer. '31 Margaret Miller. '31 Jane Sandersf '30 Margaret Shippen, '29 Marjorie Stegner. '31 Ruth Weitkamp, '29 Harriet Wiggers. '29 Lucy Wright, '29 Martha Maguire. '31 Gertrude Owen, '32 Margaret Reed, '31 Virginia Reynolds, '31 Emily Stowitts. '32 Kathryn Townsend, '32 Virginia Willis. '32 Mary Wilson. '32 Johnson Ginter Coffman, Krebs. Gregory, Bonilield, Weitkamp. Sanders, Feemster, Shippen Wiggers Stegner Graham, Collier. Layer, Keller. Stowitts, A. Bouscay. M. Bouscay, DeBus, Miller. Reed Townsend Willis, Wilson. Owen, Reynolds, Maguire. Lovell. Bookman, Dunlap, DeBus, Maguire 271 QL-we.s..sws,..,.fW.a-,.....r .ts . Kappa Alpha Theta Founded at DePauw University, 1870 52 Chapters Alpha Tau Chapter. established 1913 MEMBER IN FACULTY Mrs. Segal ACTIVE MEMBERS Nancy Brown. '30 Ruth Carothers. '29 Dorothy Chambers, '31 Mildred Clemons. '30 Ruth Cunningham '31 Jane DeSerisy. 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Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded at Monmouth College, 1870 56 Chapters Beta Rho Chapter. established 1914 MEMBER IN FACULTY Mildred Lucey ACTIVE MEMBERS Eleanor Allison. '29 Charlotte Beaman. '31 Helen Breese. '31 Jean Bolsinger. '31 Norma Bolsinger. "30 Betty Cook. '30 Eleanor Douglass. '31 Mildred Eichert, 'Sl Marcella F erguson, '31 Helen Mary Garrison, '29 Eleanor Heuck, '29 Virginia Baldwin. '32 ' Lenore Banker. '32 ' Margaret Burrows. '32 Sue Dreutzer. '32 Janet Gebhardt, '32 Marjorie Guethlein. '32 Agnes Hales. '32 PLEDGES Ruth Hooker. '28 Jean Johns. '30 Olga Knoeke. '29 Ruth Rosenfelder. '30 Betty Seudder, '31 Ann Semple. '30 Jean Small, '30 Edith Wehmann, '30 Pat Wiebking, '31 Clara Louise Zincke. '30 Vera Heidt. '31 Virginia Mossman. '32 Polly Scudder, '32 Edith Schott. '31 Wilma Strawn. '32 Virginia Thornell, '32 Cook Semple Rosenfelder, Small. Heuck, Knocke. Wehmann, Allison. Zinke. Garrison Bolsinger Ferguson Douglass. Baldwin. Breese, Johns. Wiebking. Scudder, Hocker. Bolsinger. Eichert Mossman Gebhardt Scudder. Strawn, Guethlein. Hales, Dreutzer, Burrow, Thornell. Schott. Heidi: Banker 275 Delta Zeta ,W , I Founded at Miami University. 1902 52 Chapters Xi Chapter, established 1916 Helen Brunton. '29 June Brunton. '30 Lillian Condon. '31 Alice Eckman, '29 Jeanne Ernst, '31 Thelma P. Ebersole. '31 Virginia Foy, '31 Dorothy Granger. '30 Ruth Granger. '31 Gladys Hutchinson. '30 Ruth Aneshansel, '32 Jean Bange. '32 Dorothy Caldwell, '31 Judith Cooper, '30 Maryan Ernst, '32 Myra Lee Fish, '32 Betty Foy. '32 Ruth Kernan. '32 ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Dorothy Keating. '30 Lorna Luebbing. '31 Virginia Morse. '31 Dorothy Nichols, '30 Grace Nichols, '31 Vera Nulsen, '31 Edna Rinck. '31 Mildred Voorheis. '29 Catharine West. '30 Ruth Zimmerman. '30 Virginia Lee, '32 Mary Louise Schreiner. '31 Elizabeth Smith. '31 Virginia Smith, '32 Genevieve Snowden, '32 Grace Weil. '32 Marjorie Wood, '32 West Eckman, Nichols, Granger. Voorheis, Foy. Hutchinson, Rinck, Keating, Ernst Morse Nulsen, Granger, Caldwell, Foy. Weil, Peters. Nichols, Luebbing., Cooper Ernst Fish, Bange, Smith, Wood. Snowden. Aneshansel, Schreiner, Lee. Kernan , 276 Alpha Chi Omega .f'1l.',l 1 . Founded at DePauw University. 1885 Margaret Blair. '31 Mildred Boutelle. '29 Allene Breuer. '31 Virginia Cavagna. '31 Martha Davies. "31 Mary Elizabeth Davies, Elsa Dietz. '29 Willa Donnell. '29 Phyllis Flanagan. '30 Roberta Flinn. '29 Julia Floto. '30 F reida Glazer. '29 Jane Harshbarger. '31 Alice Boyle, '32 Isabelle Garties. '32 Virginia Geist. '32 Ellen Jacobsen. '32 Mary Edith Krieger. '3 Marcella Miller. '32 2 52 Chapters Alpha Delta Chapter. established 1919 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mrs. Christine Drach Mrs. Helen Norris Moore ACTIVE MEMBERS '30 PLEDGES Hermine Harte. '31 Josephine Harte. '29 Elizabeth Herrnstein. '30 Louise Kennedy. '30 Myra Maxner. '31 Ruth Messerschmidt. '31 Margaret Ross. '31 Gladys Rumpler. '30 Esther Schultz. '29 June Streit. '29 Ruth Wasmer. '29 Catherine Wentworth. '30 Wyllabeth Moore. '32 Clara Ott. '32 Margaret Schiele. '32 Cathryn Townsley. '32 Jean Weninger. '32 Solar Harte. Boutelle. Wasmer. Donnell. Glazer. Flinn, Schultz, Dietz Kennedy. Wentworth. Rumpler. Hollenberg. Herrnstein. Streit. Floto. Flanagan, Davies Messerschmidt. Cavagna. Davies. Harte. Harshbarger. Breuer. Maxner. Blair. Ross Weninger. Garties. Boyle. Miller. Ott. Moore. Townsley. Geist. Krieger 278 s 1 1 3 5: 1 i v 3 N ng 5. fs L55 -5? .lf 4 l Campus Club Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1925 Dean Simrall Mercedes Brooks. '29 Esther Cowen, '30 Erva Cushman, '30 Dorothy Denick. '29 Rowena Evans. '30 Edith Face, '30 Emily Ferger. '31 Dorothy Garber, '29 Rose Gould, '31 Shirley Goldberg. '29 Eleanor Hatton, '31 Patricia Herricks, '30 Margaret Hiester Lena Hoffman. '30 Alice Hogue, '29 Ann Horwitz. '29 Vivian Adair, '32 Thelma Armstrong. '32 Ruth Betts. '32 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES Miss Jean Winston Grace Hughes, '30 Muriel McFarlan, '29 Marion McWhorter, '29 Iva Navarro. Grad. Edith Pfefferle. Grad. Helen Riene, '29 Ethel Roebling, Grad. Dorothy Roessner, '30 Miriam Rothenberg, '29 Betty Sayers, '30 Ruth Sipples, '31 Dorothy Stone, Grad. Helen Wingerberg. '29 Erma Weaver. Grad. Marian Young, '29 Pearl Dickey, '32 Hortense Hardy, '32 Viola Peyton. '32 Horowitz Denick Garber Rothenberg Cowen Wingerberg Young Roessner Hughes Gould Face F erger Sayers Evans Heister Cushman Payton Sipples Hardy Hatton Brooks 283 as 'TT Si P. 3 E 9 .f A 515 Q3 Q 4 F Phi Sigma Sigma Founded at the Hunter College, 1913 18 Chapters Lambda Chapter, established 1926 ACTIVE MEMBERS Catherine Brown, '30 Helene Eichhorn. '30 Dorothy Goldman, '29 Helen Grad, '30 Mary Leonne Heyn, '31 Adeline Hirschler. '29 Helen Hirschler, '31 Florence Bernstein, '32 Ruth Greenwald, '33 Belle Hurwitz, '33 PLEDGES Irene Weiss, '32 Minnie Hirschfeld, '29 Hortense Hoffman, '29 Ella Hurwitz, '31 Pessa Polasky. '31 Beryl Ullmann. '32 Bernice Weiss. '30 Edna Wolf, '29 Dorothy Saloshin, '32 Minnette Stern. '33 Bess Tash. '32 Heyn Hoffman Ullman Hirschfeld Brown Polasky Weiss Grad Hurwitz Eichhorn Hirscher Goldman Hirschler Wolf Saloshm Greenwald Bernstein Weiss Tash Stern Hurwitz 285 ii J I H 5 L EP Y. S l 9 Z v I w P' 3 'S l 1 .. 1 l in .l 1 on 9 P P I I If 4 1 .I ! N if N i K 5 ' Q A ---' -Q X. . L , . P QQ-, A . ' f 'QQV Q K ki' - irx Qi wif-:ifgigr-:': L, .lg -2. X gg ,. . ..... .S rs. , .. . v, .... . ess: , , .N., . x 1, N .,x,. .,1. r .sm m , , , s Q s Q fi , - H -: ., ' - X- . - -M W - ,,. --- 1 - N E E 2 E 3 r , sl M fr 5 F 5 3 E X 5 K 3- . ww' .v"" i 1 i i 1 Tw Professional Fraternities zs9 , ...,, 1: it.. - K h K , - if V . . if ' ,iw - K V ' ' X ' L t f - , A ffl i - "" 5 e I V li. 1 ,, r r is T . e i s -MH-W .,.,,n W1 A' V , ,IVV K tb Q 'K K A K . .h K . .i N 1 .::.:,,::. K it K K K in .V he :,: -dw k . x K X r ,fig LL Y ..,r A i Q: . is 'K K K i k. 4. V, , ..:, E.-,,.:,5, , ,M .,:, Q w V i 4 2 5 5 Q' if I e J f J F d if S Q3 ki ll -: - f'x . " RE 54 'Cl Omega Upsilon Phi " " Professional Medical Fraternity Founded at the University of Buffalo. 1896 18 Chapters Beta Chapter, established 1900 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. George Topmoeller Dr. Hiram B. Weiss Dr. Edward Wagner Dr. David J. Wolfstein ACTIVE MEMBERS Frank L. Batsche, '30 Benjamin B. Bushong, '51 Crawford E. Elsey, '31 Clifton F. Reel, '29 Daniel C. Rivers, '29 John J. Rolf, '29 Albert E. Flagge, '31 Clyde Ross, '29 Fred E. Spragens. '29 LeRoy Stevens. '31 Eugene R. Wehr. '31 Foster M. Williams. '31 ' Edward J. Wilke, '30 Joseph J. Witt. '29 Sherman R. Hawley. '30 Omar Jasper. '30 William Kemper, '31 George C. Kolb. '31 John Longmaker, '31 Louis N. Podesta, '31 Rolf Hawley Batscha Williams Jasper Wilke Flagge Kohl Kamper Crawford Stevens Rivers Blackford Block ' Bushong Ross Longnaker Wehr fi i Bi 2 5 '1 f i S N J P if rs P' t Q w I 1 ! F A I 5 F 4' if n A d i . z l 5? I 4 r: I ff aw' X - I Q! I 5 -I s 'S Delta Sigma Pi .34 ' Q.-.,'. - LQE if 9 Professional Commercial Fraternity Founded at the New York University School of Commerce. 1907 41 Chapters Alpha Theta Chapter. established 1924 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Norwood Geis R. Donald Alkoke, '30 John Biehn, '29 Edward Drake, '31 Arthur Eilerman, '29 Richard Fraine. '30 ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert Stuebing. '30 Emmett Taylor Edward Frankewich Arthur Hild. '30 Walter Hiller, '29 Baxter Moore. '30 Otis Schorr, '29 Angert Reinhart Hiller Eilerman Biehn Schorr Smith Drake Wilson Moore Huff Alkoke Fraine Hild Stuebmg 291 Alpha Alpha P1 Professional Nursing Sorority Founded at the University of Cincinnati. 1924 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY Margaret Blitz Catherine Buckley Bertha Haspel ACTIVE MEMBERS Harriet Cowdry. '29 Lenna Jane Gift, '29 Eleanor Glowenski, '28 Hilda Greenfield. '28 Cecelia Haddox, '21 Edith Keen, '28 PLEDGES Mary L. Bower. '30 Dorothy Carey. '30 Ila Clark. '30 Margaret Dickey. '30 Lucy Goodrich, '29 Mary Mercer Laura Rosnagle Elizabeth Kemble. '27 Katherine McFerran. '28 Erdine Morton. '28 Vera Neibert. '28 Anna Phair, '28 Irene Savage. '28 Nancy Lindsay. '29 Ruth Long. '29 Glenna Mae Peters. '30 Mary L. Vogt. '30 A Gift Niehart Keen Greenfield Haddox Phair McFarren Long Norton Kimble Cowdrey Glowenski Savage Clark Lindsay Peter Dickey Vogt Carey Bower Goodrich 8 i ,S 4 2 I r J Sf N 'Y 4 5' 9' A' N1 8 1 :- 3 Q I i ? 5 5 2 4 .Q i 5 mi Q11 vi 'ti i -S i -i -N T 1 4 i 1 v 1 E 5 e 5 Q F! E YAAM .. .-... . Delta Theta Phi Professional Law Fraternity Founded at Cleveland Law School. Baldwin Wallace College, 1900 90 Senates Judson Harmon Senate. established 1927 ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert F. Badgley. '30 John R. Hoover. '30 Robert E. Koester. '31 Leon C. McCarty. '31 Carl L. Meier, '29 Jack G. Williams, Grad. PLEDGES H. Edward Kleine. '31 Alan Moorman. Grad. Edward Y. Shaber, '29 Ralph A. Stevens. '30 William R. Warner. Jr. '30 Claron H. Supinger. '29 Joseph B. Burns , G. Douglas Palmer. '30 Meier Badgley Supinger Schaber Koester Warner McCarty Stevens 302 fi gf- .+: ,- N 85 ,xr 3' .. , .Q 3, ,J S K' ,RSS SQ V ? ' 2. 3 I .t -::. - 3 X ,dai 4 liz Q, fa Q QR X I u? 1 3 Zi 3 E 3 , X.. sx Q ww W' W ,sz 'N' K V, A WW 4, .Q.fi .,X.XXQ.. x..m. TW m .V ' - -Q"i H-V W - N ,- X , , - ,,,.. ....., ., A .. f -ffm syfw? 11 'Yi , P' 1 ig x six E S E i a if , r 2 QT E , QI VN - 1 si Q Q5 Q 555 :,LE E ig! Se S? 5 E-' QE ww ,, E Q , . 11 gi 2""'2 S f x: 'eg 53 si 3 Tig 5 U5 M :K --zz: ' X Q. z . O I Y ' Campus rganlzatlons 9? x sos . f 117. , i A 'f s Section I American Institute of Chemical Engineers OFFICERS George W. Gasper .... .....,,..... ..... . ........ Pr e sident Ballard Yates .... . . , ..... First Vice-President Edward E. Doherty, . . ..... Second Vice-President Martain F. Milligan .... .... .............. S e cretary David M. Richardson ...,. ,....,....,,......... Y Treasurer Gertrude A. Bucher ................... . . .Cincinnatian Representative HE University of Cincinnati Student Branch of the American Institute of Chemi- cal Engineers was installed in the fall of 1926 for the purpose of promoting the social and professional acquaintance of students pursuing courses in Chemical Engineering with men in the industry of Applied Chemical Science. Membership in the Student Branch is composed of active and associate members. Active membership is by election and scholastic standing. Associate membership is open to any student registered in the chemical engineering course. The student branch is in intimate association with the recognized organization of chemical engineers, the A. I. Ch. E. Meetings are held weekly on Thursday noon, and once a month in the evening. Section II 304 - Section I American Institution of Electrical Engineers OFFICERS E. R. Codling ..,., ....,....,.. W. M. Harrison ..... R. D. Bourne ...... C. E. Whitney ........ W. C. Osterbrock ..... . . , . . .President Vice-Chairman ... ., .. ...Treasurer . . . . .Vice-Treasurer . . . , . .Secretary HE Student Branch of the A I. E. E. was founded at the University in order that the Electrical Engineering Students might be brought into closer contact with one another and in order that they might enjoy contact with the National Organization. Meetings are held throughout the year. Technical papers are presented and dis cussed. Talks are given by local men of prominence and by engineers from such organizations as The General Electric Company and McCook Field. Q E5 ia.. xi -'K . , -. , . . Section II 305 .4 . .. .. . . ,. . -..iii Section I American Society of Mechanical Engineers OFFICERS C. L. Reichert .... ....,....... ......... P r esident Huntley ..,...... ..,. V ice-President C5 Stugard .... ...,.. Se cretary E. B. Evans .... ...........,......,...,. .... T r easurer FACULTY MEMBERS A. L. Jenkins H. H. Messinger C. A. Joerger J. W. Bunting HE Student Branch of the Ameircan Society of Mechanical Engineers was established in 1911 for the purpose of gathering together the students pursuing courses in Mechanical Engineering and interested in that profession. The growing prominence of the mechanical engineer in every field of industrial activity and the great influence and value of intimate association with the recognized organization of engineers has brought about the establishment of the student organizations affiliated with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The Student Branch is open to all students in mechanical engineering and fosters social and engineering activities. The election of officers is held at the annual spring banquet which completes the activities for the year. A if Section II 306 f U 6 4 5 Y . W -5 - d. 1 J S.. . . . 1 ,. i . a z z -E -Q Q f. 3 E Q2'i"" , i 2 . 5 H f w i .:.,.., K li 1 , , . in., ..... . ,.., . . .. . r. . .. .. r . . .I .. .. ...,W,..s Section I The Braune Civils OFFICERS ' ' James L. Richardson. . . ......L ........ ........ P r esident Clifford Lindbloom ..,. ..... V ice-President Wm. Snyder ..... . . , . ........ Secretary Gene Gialdini, ..... ...... T reasurer FACULTY MEMBERS H. B. Luther Bart J. Shine R. A. Anderegg L. F. Palmer I HE Braune Civils Society was founded by Professor Braune when he was head of the Civil Engineering Department. The Braune Civils is a student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The members are composed of all students enrolled in the Civil Engineering classes of the College of Engineering. The object of the organization is to bring the students together so as to become acquainted with each other and their department professors. This is done through the presentation of lectures and motion pictures of interesting. important. and up to date methods of conditions and projects of interest to civil engineering students. These lectures are given by men of local prominence and large concerns with repre- sentatives in Cincinnati. The two big social events of the year are the Braune Civils dance and banquet. e Q - . ,, ..- v j Section II ...cam . ..............-W... E, gtg .V-- , K . ...W,,.?...Y.-:.,5,,t.!,es,Q?,....,,H,.,..,f..,,.r,k,,TkW? ,kk.., .g :V on W ..,..f. . V S 'ir 's ff 'O 4' V '!e"'U" "I" K. . - g 'fir fi ,"n"13. "uf V f 'I-+'oiii':.1N15 'f 7 - as "f1i.lHra1' """ 'gal gcsiw 9 y -1 -1 :. : - , " I . W n X 307 K K K QQQ, mg '::N. V iii , Q . .ily if . K 1 Q Q .xii .K K . -. ' ' le Fi iii 1 ' ' ' - ' .4-3' i"'P M 'SY 'Q ' 'Q K - 'S "tin " ' ' s.f.QsQ.sgi..izi..S w..,s-...fe.1..: s ' . T i i g-..I.,...Ql..IfLECgg1l1ii,-. 5' Applied Arts Club OFFICERS Carroll W. Everett ..... ........,... ...,... Pr e sident Henrietta Thompson . . . .... Vice-President George N. Wallace ..... .....,. T reasurer Genevieve Seible ..... ...... S ecretary . HE Applied Arts Club was organized in the fall of 1928 for the purpose of uniting the students of the Applied Arts School. The Club is sponsoring a magazine comprised of articles on art subjects edited by the students of the college. The outstanding feature of the year was the Beaux Arts Egyptian Ball which was given in March. A competition for the decoration for the interior of the gym was held in the architectural department. The winning design was submitted by George Hamp- ton. Another contest was held for the program cover, and was won by Desha Thompson. The King and Queen. Fred Loch and Henrietta Thompson, were chosen by popular vote. The ball was the first to be held by the Applied Arts Club and its success would seem to establish it as an annual affair. - . ,, W 'RA K, 4 , - 'f' - 308 Blue Hydra Society OFFICERS Harris Benedict .... President Sue Hance .... Vice-President Edith Face .... ..... S ecretary K. Wozencraft ..... Treasurer Frances Gau .....,.... Editor CTT ..- M ... . ., . l S ' . ' 5' V!-sf "is " V- eee E f E I L. . lgif VL.. ei . gy X s a FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. E. Lucy Braun Dr. J. Hobart Hoskins Dr. O. T. Wilson Dr. Roderick Sprague Mr. H. C. Beeskow Miss Margaret Fulford Miss Hester Stephenson LUE HYDRA is the oldest student organization of a non-social nature on the campus. It was founded in 1903 as a biology society. and later became limited to those interested in plant biology. During its history, the society has inter- ested itself in many projects of a scientific and civic nature. In the last few years due to the eiforts of its members. money was raised to purchase for the University a permanent botanical preserve near Cincinnati. This is the only preserve of its kind in the country. Once every month a paper is printed dealing with the activities of the Department of Botany. Good fellowship and hospitality have always been things Blue Hydra has- stood for. "ONCE A BLUE HYDRA ALWAYS A BLUE HYDR.A." MEMBERS Harris Benedict Margaret Benedict Marjorie Behrman Helen Dornette Martha Dudley Rowena Evans Edith Face Frances Gau Sue Hance Vera Hesterberg Gertrude Louise Keller Mary Ella Kuntz Laura Marie Newell Louis Saur Marybelle Shriner Ruth Sippel Fannie Smith - Bernice Stephenson June Streit Katherine Wozencraft Mary Wund Helen Wurster 30 E Chemists' Club Q OFFICERS Robert Kahn ..,...., ......,..... ...,..... Pr e sident Robert Teegarden ..... .,.. V ice-President Rose Cohen ......... ..,..,. S ecretary Ernest Theimer. . . .... Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS H. S. Fry W. Bradt W. M. Burgess R. E. Oesper X HE Chemists' Club. since its inception in 1906. has grown rapidly until today it enjoys the distinction of being one of the largest groups of this campus. The purpose of the club stated in the words of its founders, and admirably carried out since, is "to promote botht social and chemical activities between those students interested in this science." Whereas the membership of the club is limited to stu- dents and faculty of the department the meetings are open to all interested. The meetings are held once a month, during which the members first enjoy supper and afterwards have the pleasure of listening to some speaker pre-eminent in his Held. During the past year. the club has had the pleasure of listening to such men as Dr. - 5 . T x s. p . L. O'Flaherty. Dr.' Van Meter Ames. and Dr. Oesper. . A 310 5 5 S 1 5 5 i E E i F Q F f F I f Q i 4 E E I. E I 1 fm l il V -.Q A , y is i r 5 s 'Q' U NCI M ..Xk .... i ,,s,.trlesi.s:.si" Xxxfkx ss, I' I mf! ...s K-.Q....,i,..,,- vi:-hiitTT: A W ., , ' -mftffw''Y-r'ff'f1'2..sr2i rzfsf.'faiiif"r'- - -wif Q N . V p A A ' 1 .. AA AAA pf Q I N' i Co-Ep Club OFFICERS Olga Knocke ,... ....... ,..,. ........... Pr e s iden 1 Ida Dickmeier ..... .......... V ice-President Gertrude Betz ..... . . . ,Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Marjorie S. Palmer Miss Muriel Metz Miss Melrose Pitman HE roster of the Co-ep Club embraces all women students in the School of Applied Arts and in the College of Engineering and Commerce. The purpose of the club is to bring together in closer relationship the students of these two schools, just as. later. in the fields of art. industry, and science. they must be drawn inevitably closer together. There two social functions each year, a reception for fresh- men in the fall, and a banquet in honor of the graduates in the spring. E I x 5 Y gt: ii x Q.. 'PS uf 'S' EF' Q! fi if E x E i J I l li F' 1 If E f 9' fi N :P Q51 5 . , .. A S , 5 x Q ' M ,. ., be QQPZ ,L 1 . .. E.. - .. T44 s E ,.,,,,, ,.... .,.....,, s.vs .nss M Qiiri? E .ilfi f' i ' 5 ' 3 I .. va -3 X 1 - i i x i ku. II ,4 . ' 55.5. 3 I' in Q X i 5 , i 5 3 is ' .3 3 r I L F X v l 2 E t 4 X M My MJKASWAQQ MMM sr.. ,.., , W... .... - .-.M . .. , The Evening Commerce Club OFFICERS Wm. F. Freitsch. .. , ........ President Earl M. Tedtman .... ..... V ice-President Ruth V. Kidney .... ........ S ecretary Ruth Koehl ....., .... T reasurer HE Evening Commerce Club represents the social side of the night school. All students who are regularly enrolled in the Evening Colleges of Commerce, Engi- neering, and Applied Arts are invited to join. The club is governed by a board of directors elected by the members. They serve for a term of one year. Eight monthly meetings are held with varied programs for each meeting. A scholarship is awarded to the highest ranking Freshman: and four scholarships are awarded to high school seniors. The club sponsors the Evening Honorary Activity Key Group: the "Evening Commerce Review:" two dances-one in the fall and one in the spring: a basketball team: and an annual display of the work done in the Evening Colleges to which the high school seniors are invited. - , .. W . ., ..., .Mp-..,..,., .... .. M ,,,. rs, ...X W..s,.ss. E.. r .... . N . .. .A i.... ., .... s..,..sf-.M ,5 315 Ji l v H p 17 L 5 rf si 1 F? f 24 E li 5' I I 1 - 4 .4 2. if 5 Ti E Q sf S .E i 5 QE .--I 'fl 3 s i . 3 -5 E 5 -Q, eil as as 5 2 -E f -2 E 'E fi .fi-I ii? In 3 gg 3 X - x 1 The Girls' Glee Club Naida Winter .... Gladys Rumpler. Dorothy Caldwell .,... Mary Gillette. . . Miss Helen J. Ambach I. Arend M. Atkins K. Bauman Bingham Brown . Caldwell . Camden Carter H. Chapman ' ' M. Davies K M. DeArmond S. Donovan H. Dornette S. Drucker C. Etzel Q M. Fink U J. Foster peoww director. OFFICERS FACULTY ADVISERS Stanley Mr. MEMBERS D. Gerdson M. Gillette D. Granger H. Gregory C. Grimm N. Hauss E. Hess X M. Hollenberg J. Keam R. Herman E. Knoeckel M. Lammers R. Lee H. Linger M. Miller A. Monroe G. Mozier V. Nulsen S. Panzer . .. . . .. .President . . . . .Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer Philip ogden L. gvrsgsooswurmggg Z r W 4 0 m W . 'sign' ...Q H525 E-2' Dm Q n-gp-.0 H31 Qing ggio 3931? :ggs mga: u rs-'D 9033 3557. Sago ,W 'BE Soda A500 -roi-i 5932 SNS F03 gow mogw Dios M0533 Cine Op W Eric 5554 -Sai 5225 FY si" Qgoo IOBH5 Sang 33511: W 55:2 5"w'5'n p1!-5 ll o"""D ,32n ww 532: Rank Reid Richards Ross Rum ler - P Schoepllin Siefferrnan Stevenson Stewart Tackenburg Taylor ' Ustick Vandermark Walker Wessling Wharton White Winter 311 . g 5 3 Household Administration Club 4 3 i . ' 1 E ' OFFICERS Elizabeth Herrnstein. . . ..............., ............ P resident Lelia Bell. , ......... ...., . K. , . . g ................. Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER - 3 Miss Eleanor Maclay ? f 1 FACULTY MEMBERS Q 3 Miss E. Dyer i Miss E. Maclay Miss A. Arlitt Miss E. Kleppe Miss K. Gerstenberger Miss R. Cook Miss A. Knauber Mrs. R. Segal Miss N. Atkins N accordance with its democratic policies. the Household Administration Club extended a cordial welcome in September 1928 to all students of the School of Household Administration who desired - to become members of the organization. To assist Elizabeth Herrstein as president and Lelia Bell X- 1 as treasurer, a number of contact committees were appointed to promote interest in the work of the , dilferent departments of the school, to keep members of the club informed of the activities of each Q ' E' department. and to acquaint them with research and developments in related fields. L II Such noted persons as Mrs. Lillian Gilbreth, efficiency expert in modern industry. and Dr. Shiro Tashiro of the Cincinnati Medical College. were numbered among those who gave addresses at the monthly meetings. - x .E ii "'p ' A 5 2 is Besides assisting with the series of suppers given to families who are under the supervision of the E - a r Q Mothers' Pension Bureau. members of the club gave a dinner for men of the retiring football squad 3 x a ' and played Santa Claus to the crippled children of the General Hospital. 6 A 3 . i E , si-2 5 Q i if Z xx i 1 5 f E f X i i i .f,... + 1 5 ff' S- . , 318 is 'EI 'We 4 i E I W w 5 , if i I :: Q P, I s . 1 Ei ,.. ff . at .sf Q s I I .5 1 is :V i t ""l" i ix ' S k.f. e 1'Hsc:, Nc N N N N L T , , . , , . .... , A ,H ,,... if rx X Rs t .-as .fe XN w w, X X 5 X LX , i 4 5 . . .-f""""' 3 s 1 W -5:5 2 i The League of Women V oters OFFICERS Helen Gregory ...... ..... ........ ..,...... P r e sident Kathleen Montgomery .... ,... V ice-President Kathryn Heckle ....... ...... S ecretary Aileen Beirne ..... .... T reasurer FACULTY MEMBER Miss Nesha Isaacs HE League of Women Voters is an organization designed to stimulate intelligent 'interest and active participation in political affairs. University, national and world political activities all have a place in the program of the League. This year interest has been particularly keen due to discussions and activities centering around the state and :national elections. As women engage more and more in public affairs the possibilities of this organization for valuable training will continue to increase. Heckle Gregory Beirne Montgomery 319, I ' fe 1 E 3 5 1 R P1 Q 3 4 9' H s 1 4 The Menorah Society OFFICERS Julius ,Gutmann .... ...... ...... ..,...,.. P r e sident Ida Loshinsky ...., .... V ice-President Helen Friedman .... ....... S ecretary Nathaniel Share .... . . , .Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Lester A. Jaffe EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Morton J. Cohn Rafael Levine Max Eichorn Abraham Shusterman HE Menorah Society of the University of Cincinnati is a unit of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association of fifty-one societies in colleges and universities of the United States, Canada, and the British Isles. The Menorah movement had its inception at Harvard University in October, 1907. The local chapter has been active on the campus for the past fifteen years. Menorah attempts to link the life of the Jewish student with the life of his elders, to parallel in the academic world the energetic trend outside the college walls. It is concerned with the creation, in the mind of the student, of an awareness of the Jewish spirit throughout history-and it also desires that this self-knowledge shall be not the possession of a few, but of the many. so that modern civilization may share more and more in the riches of the Jewish experience. Friedman Loshinsky Gutrnann Share 32 1 Raymond Hilsinger .... Albert Aylor .......,. Foster Williams. . . J. Allison N. Ankrim J. Batscha E. Allen B. Allison A. Aylor H. Bernfeld L. Berthe W. Common V. Curran J. Davis R. Doersam N. Abrams C. Arata W. Atkinson E. Burke V. Calvin P. Grischy S. Hall P. Heckel R. Bosworth W. Cory D. Crone R. Detjen E. Frech H. Fredericks R. Howard The Men's Glee Club OFFICERS MEMBERS FIRST TENORS B. Dunham W. Lang H. Lepsky SECOND TENORS J. Ervin R. Fraine L. Franz L. Frawley G. Hamilton E. Hanson R. Hilsinger C. Lynn FIRST BASS N. Huff K. Kisker R. Leffel H. Martin R. Miller. accompanist R. Nieman M. Olson W. Price - SECOND BASS M. Hunt A. Lishawa B. Mackelfresh J. Ridenour R. North D. Schierenbeck H. Shale . . . .President . .Secretary . , . .Treasurer G. Patterson S. Sanders D. Moore R. Moorhead M. Reck' E. Ross R. Taylor J. Woodruff W. Meyer F. Wright H. Rabe G. Schiele L. Steinle C. Swigart J. Thornell F. Todd R. Voslamber F. Young G. Sleight R. Sweany R. Westerman F. Williams A. Wulff W. Limbach 322 Newman Club OFFICERS Arthur Eilerman ...... ............ ................. P r esident Elizabeth Brunsman ..... C . .' ............ Vice-President Virginia Rohde ........ .... C orresponding Secretary Carola F reericks .,..... ..... R ecording Secretary Jerome O'Callaghan ..,.. .............. T reasurer Thomas Shine ......... .......,.... H istorian BOARD OF ADVISERS Mr. Wm. Alhers. Jr. Dr. Nora Crotty Mr. J. J. Castellini Mrs. F. Hinkle Mr. E. F. DuBrul Dr. Elizabeth Hoeker D A Dr. Carroll DeCourcy Dr. Robert O'Donnell Mr. J. L. Leonard Mrs. R. K. LeB1ond Mr. J. E. Sullivan Mrs. Daniel Meyers HE Newman Club. composed of about three hundred members. was organized in 1924 for the purpose of uniting the Catholic students of the University in order to promote their spiritual. intellectual and social welfare. Discussion teas are held the first Sunday of each month and regular meetings, following Communion and breakfast. are held on the third Sunday. Other activi- ties of the Club include dances, picnics and annual retreats forthe members. This June the Newman Club will be hosts to the Federation of College Catholic Clubs at their annual convention to be held in Cincinnati. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE O'Callahan Freericks Brunsman Rhode Eilerman 323 . . The Student Orchestra OFFICERS John Hargrave .... .... ,....,.. . ..... Pr e sident M. R. Miller .... .,.. . , . ...,. Secretary Frank Morhart .....,, , ........,.,.....,..., .,... T reasurer Ralph A. Van Wye ............................,. ..... ,.... D i rector A FACULTY MEMBERS Victor Norling A. 0. Reeves MEMBERS FLUTE Isadore Aronoff Josephine Stoner OBOES Edward Lotz L. J. Irwin CLARINETS John Hargrave Carroll Jensen Robert Paul Merrill Prickett James C. Rutter BASSOON Lawson Whiteside HORNS Fred Crebs C. S. Sattler TRUMPETS Rose Gould Clemmer Mitchell Robert Rurnmell DRUMS Robert Haas Forrest Nagley PIANO A. O. Reeves TROMBONE Vernon E. Curran VIOLINS Harry Apter Arthur Barley Ted Conner R. Duchscher Bruce Dunham George Hemingway H. H. Hoppes Grace Hurle Lucille Jackson J. W. Klose Elizabeth Medart M. R. Miller Maurice Oberklein A. S. Pion Frances Reeves ' J une Ripley W. W. Rogers Lowell Schmidt Denis Toohey VIOLAS Abe Gelperin Fred Schwartz Edythe Tolken CELLOS Frieda Aronoff Carol Roberts ' BAssEs Harry Aronoff Victor Norling' Philip Scott 824 X 'fs .ia X s ii Y 5 K . f-: Q9 '02 Q 1 r 5 a i r B F s i i I ul? I 5 P' I P 4 4 nf' I VE -u t Q M il X W Q R X TH CEC I it cec 1 . . i 1 ,", or ' c as ' I , 'C fii.. i fi.. I i s ::: iiic . . .. a e e 3 'V" , ' .11'2 "Q' 'h-' ee.. C C y . I i e i t e e Q., i .-.V X X an s J...e::f-ie-1---1 2- hw- ffh-:ww-42.4. ...mah .,1.e.,.,-X we-. ,.,,,....Q..,,,, .. . . .. ...M ......,.,.......a...en..e,..s......r.s.,,,.,..,r..C . . ... . . . 4? s 4? The Woman's Vigilance Committee ii Valentiner Drucker Heuck Hilles Keck COUNCIL OF FIVE s S K i F 9 I OLLARS, whips, cages, dog fights. a dog show. a dog pound-.!'? What! Woman's Vigilance. of course! But there is more behind it than just this bit v of foolishness. Its purpose is to make the co-frosh feel at home in their first few months at Varsity. Did they like it? You bet! Gladys Bowman Helen Breese Madeline Brink Sara Belle Brown Ruth Cunningham Mildred Eichert Miriam Frankenstein VIGILANCE COMMITTEE Virginia George Mary L. Harder Hermine Harte Gertrude Keller Ruth Leuders Eliza Pettis Ruth Schmidt Dorothy Swick Pat Weibking Margaret White Ruth Messerschmidt Helen Worster Ruth Oexman Alice Johnson S X . l 5 f as F3 .ali sw' fl S i if ig 3 4 3 S 61, W fl sf, E sf? E s Q ge ., Q 5: s . S21 The University Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIAL STAFF I Robert W. Bishop ..,. . . . . Executive Secretary Oscar F. Grebner .... .... A ssociate Secretary HE Young Men's Christian Association is a fellowship B of University men who are seeking in their own lives and in the lives of the various groups of which they are members. an appreciation of and desire for the high- - . 1 est ideals of Christian living and service. Its purpose is the R R development of a varied program which will make for the attainment of the best in individual and community life. Robert W. Bishop OFFICERS AND CABINET C. Thomas Clifton ..,..,....,.,.......,.. ,.,.,..,., . . , . , . . . .President Forrest R. Nagley .... ..,.,,..,........,....,..,.. .... V i ce-President George J. Grieshaber ............. ......... S ecretary Richard W. Franz ...,...........,..... ,.,. . . ,... Treasurer JOIN! GSYIHSII Richard Bryant Frank Sweeney Paul Heclgel Lawrence Levi Wilmer Highlands R2fY.Ca1'fl1dB'2 William Hammond Baxter Moore Wlll1?m Ammefmafl Herman Newman Glenn Biggs Marlin F itts COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT Fred K. Hoehler. Chairman Anthony D. Bullock Rev. Wilbur H. Fowler Dr. E. E. Eubank, Vice Chr. Boyd B. Chambers joseph H. Kindle ' Richard S. Brown. Rec. Secy. Dr. Frank W. Chandler Louis Nippert Rev. John W. Christie Dean Merton L. Ferson William A. Schmid. jr. Frank F. Fisher Biggs Fitts Newman Hammond Highlands Ammerman Moore 5 T. Nagley Franz Grebner Clifton Grieshaber Sweeney 328 3 as . .... ..rLe,.w - .- -f . . . ' .. 4 X . .A . -Q-. . - - . .f 'Q QQ' 'C "M""uf"'A"'ml'1- -f'5ff'i"1f"f'f"'T?37'Qf X5 I f . - sw ' "ss ..,.. . H .A l L 1 4 ax o - o e gg . X T . . i t - . . . at V und? . ,... k X so it S f " A " J .- :aaa-,rw - 1-X. N. M., ,,,, Y ff--ffx r. k ...C .. A--V . . . 1-"'t"X:'-i'1-f- 61. .fy-Q.. I nsist' . M-NW? A ..., r. ... f - N . ig' N sm... . " .." " ..,...:..,.g,-....,.af..-. , .A .. , . M --r4e,J.Z.s...as-Q.iig.gg.g41.4.:gai.:m-...ss....n.......t...,.aW. I :Ag f - riff .j.,,.3f' .A i.. :Q . l A n 0 if W l wr.. nf' if if:lif . Q if ' 5 . .5 ei X3 .Vx Ili . -J 5, A .1 1, .J xx b 3 1 1 E University Y. M. C. A. Freshman Council Ballinger Hilsinger Barnett Harper Kinsey Binstadt Grace Reinhart Bachler Allison Mueller Atkinson Robertson Wright Farley William Atkinson .... ....... P resident Robert Allison ..... . . .Vice-President Charles Muel!er. . . .,..... Secretary JohnlFarley ...... . . .... ,... .......... ,.....,.. .......... T r e a surer This is an organization made up of outstanding men from the first year classes in the University. The men chosen direct the activities of their classes and take an active part in the Campus Y program. They are committeemen on the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. The University Y. M. C. A. Quartet University Y. M. C. A. Quartet was organized two years ago and has been in constant demand by churches, clubs and other organizations of the city. s 5. 51 E E S Q fia A ,g 1 2 of I 3 K I 31" gi i. .x 5 3 s W W .. K H vt u s 5? s 3 w E P55 ii Egg .. W5 gn sa x w ! E.. : N. S X SX t E . . . N N .1 14 . 5. 1 .Q , -5 8 I,-E. ? i of I . 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"'-... -'-- - ' H 31 if 'E it Q Q' -' f .sM5ir1Q' - SW Q-rr 4 ,,'.' Q ':':" ""' ' I A' -,-:. 1 ,,,,,...m, ,,,..,,,,W,,.M,,4,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,. W., ,,g.,,,. -.,.,,W.,,,,w,...-n.,-...,.,,....,....,.....,.....g.............-g.....,..,,.,.--.......,,.., . -...X Ni i - -- EE :.'Q Z I i oung omen s r1st1an ssociatlon '-,,2' '.:- . 5 25' i , 5 OFFICERS a ' 1 . ii Jane DeSer1sy ..,.. ....,.....,.... ...... .... . . . President k Eleanor Heuck ..., ...... 1 st Vice-President Mary E. Davies .,,. . ....... 2nd Vice-President , . . - Ruth Herman .... ,... ........ R e cording Secretary E M ":- TE Carla Tackenberg ..,. .......... . . .Corresponding Secretary E Q ""- fi- 2 Sarah Drucker ......... ,.......,...,... ..... , ................ T r easurer I1'. :'i: i EQ F HE Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Cincinnati declares its purpose to be: We. the members of the Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Cincin- .',k nati. unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. "if 1 D AQ We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. 5 5 Q -f In this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him. j The Cabinet of the Y. W. C. A. consists of the President, First Vice-President. Second Vice-President. Q Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary. and chairman of the various activities. These activi- 5 ties cover the following fields-Membership, Group Discussions and Program. Community Service, Y 4 Conference. Finance. Publicity and Posters, Social. World Fellowship. and Student-Industrial. 3 The Y. W. C. A. is open to all women as a non-sectarian organization. It offers religious meetings , Q and discussion groups. gives Christmas and Easter parties for groups of poor children, serves members - of the community daily. establishes contact between students and girls in Industry. and endeavors r to promote world peace and to establish closer relations between all women on the campus. s ADVISORY BOARD l 3 Mrs. Jos. Kindle Mrs. Helen P. Wallace N E . Mrs. A. D. Austin Mrs. M. E. Dalzell ' E. E QE ga' tai. .i vu 5 s' if Fi iii 2 1. .ea g , L i': f Miss Josephine Simrall Miss L. Young " E' r X' 1 ' E ' CABINET ' ' ' -I Q Aileen Beirne Erna Koppenhoefer - Mary Beirne Dorothy Nichols 'l 1 f - Edna Brown Patricia Sharkey N1 I gg Carola Freericks Helen Shook Q. A Q Helen Gregory E- Miriam Walker wg E 5 Edith Herrlinger Edith wehmafm 51.5 33 . Q5 S. A is ,gigiii 1 ssis :Q if it i is gag ,sss 5 if s T 'li-.- if , gg i if QL '1 1 i rixigf ri.. Q J r i. . ,ggi . Q , . x ptti ' i l . s E' E - ' ffl ..,i ffiiiff il ....' l ff Ill flip Q , Qf if ....', fflfi.. ii 'FQ Q: f .. , 'T i'.. . Q. .iii ..,' ' ' A fi ' I A ",.."' Q ' I ..,, ' if 'L 1 -N ..,,, , A, ,. ..er , .. - . .. . ,.,,, ,Y -E ,.... , . ., .... . .. . . .. , . I .. .. MW... : K' 2 Herman. Herrlinger. Gregory, Walker, A. Beirne. Drucker, M. Beirne - -E - Davies, Tackenberg. Nichols. DeSerisy, Wehmann, Shook, McMillan L " P ',,11i 1 i V A A E r I Aspirants ,W 4-1 OFFICERS Miriam Walker .... ................ ....... Pr e sident Catherine Brown .... ............ .,.. V i ce-President Kathleen Sees ..... ....... S ecretary Bernice Weiss .... ..........................,. ..... T r easurer MEMBERS M. Adams S. Druetzer E. Ireton M. Miller S. Smith L. Apking V. Fisher I. Jennings E. Moesta R. Stoecklin C. Bayles H. Grad H. Johnson O. Oliver R. Tennenbaum M. Behrman E. Glueck R. Kahn E. Peters I. Valin F. Bernstien R. Grimm R. Kreig M. Ramsey J. Valentiner - V. Bluestein J. Harshberger M. Livingston B. Rule M. Walker A. Boyle M. Heyn I. Loshinsky H. Samuels R. Wasmer A. Bronworth H. Hoffman E. Lukens M. Schulze B. Weiss C. Brown M. Hollenberg M. McCartney A. Scheerer L. Weber H. Conrad M. Holzman M. Maddux K. Sees H. Wurster M. DeCamp R. Hunter E. Meyer P. Shoenlaub B. Zimmerman Le Cercle Franca1s OFFICERS Galina Hopkins. . . , ........... ......... P resident Jean johns .......,.. .... V ice-President Florence Sudhoff .... ..,......,.,.........,. ..,..,. S e cretary Monica Caveman ......,. ............,,........, .... A ..,.... T r easurer M. J. Hubert W. A. Kinne FACULTY MEMBERS A Philip Ogden E. H. Seamans Freneh Club was started at the University to give the students an opportunity of speaking French so.cially. Parties and little talks are arranged to give added interest. ..- -s sl 331 Q 3 f Q 1 E i v a 2 E 1 ' ' ' I 4 4 2 s F -l v' 5 iv 9 S' if nd N .- 5 E I I E is s 3 1 3 ei E i E 2 E A 1 u i 1 ii M s E E f Pale ol1ngu1sts OFFICERS Norma E. Moser .... .......,........ ......,.. Pr e sident Salter Apgler ....., ............. .,., V i ce-President argaret chiele Katherine Etzel . ........,.......,...... ..... S ecretary Helen J. Samuels ...,. . ,.......,........ . .,..... . . . . .Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS C. Blegen R. Casey W. T. Semple H. Buttenwieser R. K. Hack 1A. B. West M. Hadas MEMBERS Walter Appler M. Cox M. Meyer M. Schule Elsa Bachman K. Etzel V. Payton A. B. Sheerer Alberta Baumgartner R. Grimm N. Moser L. Straka Alice Budke E. Gunkel M. A. McMartney M. Ramsey Jane Bertenshan R. Gould A. Rust E. Sivitz M. Caveman H. Hardig H. Samuels G. Widman The Socmlogy Club OFFICERS Marlin Fitts ,..,.. ............... ........, P r esident Aileen Beirne .....,...,.........,...................... Vice-President Nettie Weil ........,.................,......... .........,... S ecretary HE purpose of the Sociology Club is to promote fellowship among its members and make possible a study of questions and problems of special interest in the fleld of Sociology. Students majoring or minoring in Sociology are eligible for membership as are also members of the Department. Supper meetings, discussion groups, and tours to social agencies are held by the members. and speakers of special interest are fre quently present. Fitts Bierne Weil 333 ...W ,.K,- W as W-fwiv-s-M A so g xx - x is if - 5 I 5 X-' K i . -. i x 1 X f ,',I'. . Q. i ,':L .,LL ' X 5 - f 3 Q ' - "" 51 is ' ll ' .. l ' . 2 Z . 4 4 Wg Pi X 1 . 3 v Q - Q if , . 5. Q E 2 .s L V FN .- ' 1 I ! . if I sf - X. . i. La Tertulia 1 . OFFICERS Galina Hopkmsi ..... . . ....,....,...... . .p ..... President Anna May Klaserner .... .......,.... , . . .Vice-President Virginia Camden., ,ll .,.,.. . . . ,. A. . .Secretary Louise Reszke . .e ...,...... ....,..... . . 1'. .Treasurer FACULZIX MEMBERS- 1 Dr. Hutchings V Q . Mr. Radcliff HE Spanish Club was organized to stimulate intefesfs in the language and litera- ture of the Spanish speaking countries. It also gives the opportunity of speak- ing Spanish to all those who avail themselves of it. Varsity Chess Club Robert W. Teegarden .....................,.,....,.......... President Marjorie Woods ..... . . ...,. .... V ice-President Ernst Theimer ......, . . . . ..... Secretary Roger Baxter .......... . ,......... Treasurer Dr. G. A. Gray ....................,....,..... ..,. F aculty Member Dr. C. M. Hutchings .... ........,.......,...... ..... F a culty Adviser - ' ACTIVE MEMBERS N. Abrams I-Ielfrnan Routzitzky J. Batscha . Kahn Sherman R. Baxter Kanter Sternberg W. Bready Kock . Teegarden C. Brown . Laws Theimer W. Dunbar I. Levine Westerfeild J. Goldman J. Manischewitz M. Woods D. Dorsey H. Norton M. Zeligs W. Fettick W. 0'Donne1l 0i?7'F FFWFZF' .JE F I - Q X . rf, Q LL . ' K L : ' L iii ' s , - 5 : ' ' Taz A ll E ,EN F ' 12 fjffi 1 .5 li. .. . . ,F ' V? 's g . K 'W .x l TS an 5 E F 3 1 1 .' a A il 5 I 4 2 ,, 7 x S if E9 52 :- Y 1 i A r as X s kai S Sytwrasi Si -1 H ' iii is -Si il s si S 5 T55 Ei! 222 E is E E 15 ESE es, is fig Q33 eg S! e is fe 5 ef 3 if ees? i E k ai Sig x 5 X? 5 :.. :ig it X3 K l i K fi . f E - ii ai E ,Q Ti E get A if ,S gil.. s Reading Lesson for Children LESSON I This is Eddie. Who is Eddie? Eddie is chairman of the musical comedy. What is Eddie doing? Eddie is worrying over the musical comedy. Why is Eddie worrying over the musical comedy? Because the faculty don't want a musical - comedy. ' What has that to do with Eddie? Eddie likes musical comedies. Then why is he worrying? Because there isn't any. f LESSON 2 This is the Cynic. -"':.' - What is the Cynic? E The Cynic is a magazine. 4 ' 3 . Are there many Cynics? xfzgeggggiiigg' them. Mahm- 4? ,Qf 4345 EYE '55, YN ZFMK fflft 2555754 Exfvsfifh N Av Salas! A7575 Y MEQS4. N-Meigs X s "fig: 'Ext f Wee 's 'n sa: iff VV' f A' K hx fi gsfifsgsysgsza f 1 4 2 f 5' ' N dx is lklbsf f EEN gi ' N Q I' N! f- .. f f !S bjitifgq , Gifs- s if gf N 4 if There are no more Cynics. Why are there no more Cynics? Because they are nasty and have editorials in LESSON 3 This is a constitution. What constitution? ' The constitution of Student Council. 50,75-!,j0f,b,7 Why is it lying in the waste basket? gym! Because the faculty don't want it around. ' Why don't the faculty want it around? 5,4 ijlwg Because it is unrepresentative. 0 F Why is it unrepresentative? 'gflgen H X Don't ask so many questions! 01076, ' LEssoN 4 . 553441 These are the members of Student Council. Ei'T'.-"1-T3 Why are they sad? Because the faculty will soon abolish S. C. Why don't the faculty want a S. C.? Because it makes Cincinnati too much like a university. U 335 1:4 -A P E' F I r 8 lv 5' av N 3 Q sp . X l ...Qi The Last of the Royal Order C3065 6 NEW EXAM RULES 1. Two rooms with attendants will be provided, one for men and one for women students. who will disrobe completely under the eyes of guards and be given a specially built no-pocket no-cull' one piece suit. Students will then march in files unto the classroom between rows of guards. 2. Before entering the classroom each student will submit to a Psychology test to determine whether or not he has any idea of cheating. 3. Classrooms will be decorated with mottoes such as "Honesty is the best policy." uThink before you cheat." 4. Each student will be required to wear horse blinders and ear muffs. 5. If any student has a suspicious look he will be gagged to prevent com- munication. 6. Students and proctors will enter room together if the doors and windows will immediately be locked, barred and hermetically sealed. Windows shall be boarded up to prevent communication from outside. 7. Students will sit 2 seats apart with a proctor between each 2 students. Proctors will be-armed substantially. 8. Additional guards will watch from peepholes in the floor. ceiling. etc. 9. Highly sensitive dictaphones will be attached behind pictures on the wall to catch the slightest whisper. 10. When the student has finished the exam a lie detector will be used on him to determine whether he has cheated or not when he is asked. ll. In marking the papers, professors will discount 10'Z, on each grade on the possibility that the student has cheated. Every student who receives a grade over "C" will be kicked out of the University for no student could make over "C" honestly. 337 T? n l I 4 2 5 gg 5 Q! xl F 'P' 'L n' A n D E' 11" 5 . xx ll .5 E . sf 2 5 l Q . s fi I 'fi 1 V3 Qi .24 ,Ii 3 i Q gi r 3 .3 xi? 3 3 E S SOME WORDS ON THE MUCH MOOTED QUESTION OF EVOLUTION 'E SQ E SC. ESC. E SC. Eifl. SC. 1915 1920 14926 1ozefQ27 Leia-Q 2 CULTY POWER S Scifkown-of STUHPD E'3?fN'21i9Y5Wf55T From this chart it can be seen at a glance that there is a radical break in the natural operation of the laws of nature as set forth by Darwin. The homus "Faculty" was deemed in 1927 to be almost an extinct specie: and the homus "Student Council" was known to be waxing in strength. The sudden reversal of conditions in late years is no doubt caused by some rejuvenation in the former specie and condition of softness and unfitness in the latter. " fx 'SX W fl ll Q Cmlgnggcfgm 1924 iCJ2Q Kappa Kappa Gamma presents a remarkable illustration of the development of what is commonly called "rnodernism." Perhaps no group of humans resisted this universal youth movement with the grim and tenacious persistence of the Kappas. As recently as 1926. when the order of the day was rolled stockings and no-fcensoredb. every Kappa was still enveloped in some forty or fifty yards of dark, non- transparent bloomers. 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E' '-TQ: N Y i E Q I Z9 Q A y . w F Q !b-F1 rm A I n Z OF W, 992 , QQ My it EGRADUAUON - 4 f-" -AND LAST sur mfr ,- . ,ugowx LEAST fox-1 I'1X'NO'3... l I f! -2 E Q if 55 :Q fi 5, xi :Q 5 I X Advertising Section I 7-U6 hdventufe S 5 Of De Spef 'ate I Irxwtxiczix ou! hero gag eve-gs IQ 2115 u S e- ie s ' Qggggveffiseys 354 ' Desmorxd--- X X gegvgvncx XXXQSW aww W f7 .749 M5 ing., QW' 1 4-I' K. W ylyffff nd. 10935 6 KX 5 xcwn 015 003 W rusg KHP on 250 pMf12f5Z7wf1fm5 X P11 02 ON E5 : ' fAMl I fahalggfaf Ai! F 77.1 A L D CINCINNA r,, HI LA, f o Srs- ff 1 CR 9 7 m ini i-ICF J N-x..,,.f" 'N..! Q7 Q7 BUMIAXNI ,,.- 1 I in , W '1f'lPkllOT"l'cllrl.2 .. EI In an interview with the Business Manager, the Honorable William Halliday Taylor, Desperate Desmond, uncovered the following facts: "Gordon Randall Burman, the Great Unknown, Editor of this Rag. Randall has wandered around this school for three years trying to decide just what he was doing. and almost finding out. Due to the fact that We know little or nothing about this weighty gentleman. save that he has spent half his nights sleeping on desks, tops of filing cases. under desks and in waste baskets, we are forced to declare him the mystery man for all time." You will note particularly that Desmond the Infallible has been stumped by the fathomless scholar. Pooch, his redoubtable Whiff hound, is, to say the least. non-plussed. The Editor-in4Chief refused to sleep until the following was added: Censorial note: The editor wishes to absolve himself of all blame for this copy on the very excellent grounds that he saw nothing of it until a proof revision precluded all possibility of change. i l 1 l Z m 556 Z00 For the School Affair-For the Class Affair- For the Reunion-For Your Own Party There's No Place Quite As Nice As Special discount on art material to University Students miter THE ZOO 51.75 . 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Cincinnati, Ohio I ' CHAS. G. SCHNEIDER, JR., '25 ASSOCIATE 357 Heh E3 C3 PFLEGER KF We drew this picture because we really had nothing on Ran. He hasn't done anything. A few surreptitious meetings with the Junoesque Irma supplied the inspiration for this libel. Ran is a nice boy with slightly moronic tendencies and a flair for plugging determinedly. Under West. Stupid Council has become a nonentity on the campus so far as direction of student affairs is concerned. The editorial de- partment of the Humor Section confers great encomium upon Student Council in general and Citoyen West in particular on their able stand on several important questions that arose during the school year. At the present time, Student Council might be termed not so large as it is, "Oui." 358 A Complete Printing Service is offered you by our organiza- tion to produce the highest type of advertising printing. Regardless of size or quantity we can print it, and make it attractive. DU U The r Republican Publishing Co. Corner Third and Market Streets Hamilton, Ohio PLETE BUILDERS SALES LITER EMA L- H 5? fi UCD il ,Zi LLEVI f"'f i - I -- - -1 -E-F-Ulotrelfll-.... And in this cage, ladies and gentlemen, we have Lawrence Plato Levi. and William Aristotle Nieman, the two fair haired boys of the News Office. The University News and Cincinnati Bearcat are news- papers so-called out of courtesy. It is a milk and water sheet truckling to the powers and edited by a gentleman who thinks too well of the S500 honorarium corni-ng to him at the end of the year to write any- thing but slushy editorials on school spirit. etc. The other Croesus is none other than Lawrence I. Levi. Business 'Manager, who was set a sterling example by his brother. Edwin Kay. the Napoleon of the Show Game. Larry spouts individuality and takes his 20'Z,: talks reform and writes nothing incriminating, and incidentally has received about every honor they could give away at the school except Sigma Sigma because when he was a Freshman he came over on a scholarship. 360 F - l I Interviewing a Prom Queen I "Interview her." said the out her innermost passions. delve into the so that we can feels like to be must buy her talk. we shall WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION 22 East Twelfth Street editor. "Find secret recesses of her heart show to our readers what it a prom queen. And if you a Coca Cola to get her to stand the expense." big-hearted Gordon added, looking sheepishly toward Taylor. guardian of the Annua1's sinking fund, Newspaper Specialists ""I I the rapidly sinking fund. O So out into the night we struggled. m charged with the delightful task of inter- viewing a prom queen. the haughtiest and , most unapproachable of co-eds. COMPLETE ADVERTISERS' SERVICE , , - We found her taking a bath, but this did ' O I not discourage us. "I'll be down in a MJ I minute," she cooed from the upper cata- combs of the house where we could hear D her splashing about in a hower. Reproductzcm of Newypaperf for S l 4 S . I Dirgd- Mail ,york When the hour had transpired the click pam of her heels was heard on the stairs. Look- ing up. we perceived a vision of untold W loveliness. For the benefit of our feminine readers we shall attempt to describe what I she wore. We Print the "News" and "Bearcat", . ccontinued on page 381, I I I Asses-ros UAsP,l-:ALT PRODUCTS 85qJ MAGNESIA Asphalt 85 Asbestos Shingles Roll Rooiings Built-Up Roofing Asbestos Rooiing 85 Siding Wall Tile Pipe 85 Boiler Insulations Asbestos Cements Roof Repair Materials Roof 8r. Metal Paints Asbestos Specialties Asphalt Produ cts THE PHILIP CAREY COMPANY LOCKLAND, CINCINNATI, OHIO 361 I - - fEPMol'l'el'fL-... I The gentleman about to be plugged by the Desperate is none other than Harrison Ebersole, who long has fattened on the sweets of life at the expense of certain individuals, who still believe in books. and a number of moon faced femmes, whose most omnipresent thought is a chocolate bar or a wad of chewing gum. The book store is the place where all the Phi Delt hopefuls earn their education and once in several moons. a berth on the soccer team. The high price of books and candy in this hole has enabled Harrison to perform the impossible-that is to marry and furnish an apartment while still a student in the Old Skule. 362 S-fsss Ask th Newspapers They Know- That we serve and co-operate with nearly all of the National Ad- vertisers and Advertising Agencies. THEY KNOW that the "Rapid Service" means speed, quality and careful distribution that gets the ad-plates to them O. K. on time for scheduled advertising campaigns. THEY KNOW that we have pioneered in this kind of service and have continued it successfully for over a iifth of a century and now operate the largest factory in the world, especially de- signed and built for such service and located near the center of population and publications. Ask any five Na tional Advertisers you may think of. It is entirely probable that we serve three out of five, if not all. They also know that "WE CO-OPERATEU The RAPID ELECTROTYPE COMPANY Electrotypes 1 Aluminotypes 1 Stereotypes Wood Flong Mats CINCINNATI New York, 200 Fifth Avenue Detroit, 205 Kresge Building Chicago, 602 Monadnock Building The new 8400 000 00 home of the largest maker and distributer of newspaper ad-plates in the world Wholly occupied by The Rapid Electrotype Company 363 43 E919 XX 1 G 1 442121 Tsk! Tek! The above is supposed to represent the members of Mystic Thir- teen. There is one mistake in the drawing that did not become obvious until closer inspection. Five people remarked that the girls were too d-amned good-looking. We'l1 let that pass and admit it. This alleged honorary fraternity was installed to give the fraternity girls a chance to wrangle earnestly with each other. They will probably elect a Chi 0 because she painted a picture advertising a W. S. G. A. ban- quet Cnever because she was just a Chi OJ. They will get in two Kappas. just because: one Theta Phi Alpha for the sake of peace in the family: and representatives of the other girls' clubs because each one has a member in Sigma Sigma, beg pardon, we meant Mystic Thirteen. It is very likely that a Delta Zeta will be left out for the obvious reason that there is no D Z on the Mystic Roll in spite of the fact that they had two years ago one of the greatest actresses that the school ever turned out. and last year a very thorough and capable girl in activities. But in any event it couldn't be as bad as Sigma Sigma. The situation is so terrible that we haven't the heart to write more. 364 365 ff Qs, C5 -0- IQ? if Hwndcrm A JUNIOR PROM AS PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN THERE, THINK IT IS Lightnin', gayest of the Junior rabble, floats into the gathering on a cake of ice. Lightnin' is highly inebriated on the fruits of the gay grape or more likely on rot-gut gin new come from the dives of Covington and Newport. Part of a window curtain is tied about his head. He proclaims in a voice which he believes of the sweetest tim- ber but which in reality sounds like a fog 'horn off the R. E. Lee out of Natchez under the hill. that he is none other than Rhubarb Petroliumjellie and that he is a wolf and it is his day to howl. Music. lights and laughter. Occasionally a youth hurries to the door with a hand over his mouth. As he passes on his hectic exit he notices three or four hundred couples parked in open and closed jobs scattered about the campus. They are all petting and they are all drunk. He laughs a high maudlin laugh and cracks the joke that the only reason the moon hasn't come up is because he hasn't et it. He goes in. If he didn't know that the people were dancing he would say that they were wrestling. The hideous wails of the saxophone played by jazz crazed Nubians smites the stillness of the night. Moonlight, madness, moonshine. A few men in the corner tilt silver flasks ceiling-ward without compunction. Men in rumpled dinner coats with arms twined about each other yodel in mellifluous voices that another 1i'l drink would not do material injury. Beautiful girls with flushed faces.. smoke cigarets and use their escort's flasks to advantage. All are happy. All are enjoying every moment. All are drunk. The chaperons are sleeping quietly in the corner. The chimes in the distant church bong slowly thrice. Throbbing of drums. screams of trombones and saxophones and oboes fill the smoke misted air. At six the party breaks up because there are no more able to dance much less walk. The janitor sweeps them out in the morning about eight and their chauffeurs in high powered motors gather them up and take them home. Scandal in the newspapers next day. A great time. 366 e fr 'W You will he delighted with the quaint, rustic atmosphere of THE BAR Famous for Maryland Chicken and Good Steaks 616 Lodge Street-Rear Palace Theatre Moderate Excellent Prlces Service AUTOCRAT Cincinna ti's Favorite ICE CREAM In Plnt Packages For Home Use THE FRENCH BROS. - BAUER COMPANY Canal 5880 'U gl lil! lil? 'lfJ:ll'H,I1 M e Q 21 ., , ,fl ., ,H ' ll I s1x""'l X 'li d-sH1ll'1"ll5l' ll 1 I l l x l xA? , 'llh -11 mn- Ufflgl 'IIH-ll 3,5 I ,sl-":'1.' ' 1.,'H: 'HM3 'lv x lx X 4 EI? .xiagxal ixwa :H 5:59 sen. .. 1 'f s-.431 I xflilf 'E g g l' A 2421 , 2112? 1 ,X , gate'-3 il F 1 X .4 Hx 'gligtlifgg 'ff W, mi" asf lgigu, X, , dpi? , j,:'mf25gqg Nuff! J 1 4' ,ff n11Fll.f'P!:x, ,Ili +' -535, EP 1f:mv.rx1'wX , 2' ' U 'l"f-E-355 H f .B ,H .n E . Leif' ' N?l",:'ll" ' P52353 X .41 a lluunuv yas ls, 1 nnigggxgge 1' 1' ' f s FM fe s' , up l' I: if' -:W AL fi: V .- s-53315, K --:L Enjoy playing the ' :' rs, grease: little en- ' x tertainer-the Wurlitzer Uke. WURLEEER Wu - Bl G' f ' wfv E . s 1 ff " "" ' ' AVO!! up len wa: Q M1 'mn' 1' y 1 A 'W WWMWW ff! szs-nh my no so-mn: J I W-nmaoubmxunua lzflrumsoad M M1310 WWJHMN fo , th? Szs f 'ff ours: mn u. as mmm ff n fnfmaeegfommhuawum 1z1EAsrFoum'uS'mssr 21 'B' """v"""'M""' 361 of 1 XX' "3.:2ff5't??'-WSW' Q .1-M.-:gj,.-54+ M 19.9 ,QV 6,59 vw' at-.1-f v""" Gu' V- C.-+ rf-LE W9 '18 Tnvlu Sn, fellow:--and gixll. ooo! D: you rulhe dnt with JE: hour' pnnd can nl. .fm an 2fu".7fh... sn! Wurlltiei' Slxophnnzi-lad dm with mam bnzodxeeh' oil' poptllvlzlllnl Odin! lte duh! that-md.w an you! 8 uv 79 g Hhs f-'GY' '-if-1 PROBABLE CHOICE FOR SIGMA SIGMA. The three bromides pictured above are the artist's conception of Sigma Sigma raw material for the Spring nominations. One Canyone. it doesn't matter partic- ularlyj represents the Supreme President of the W. S. G. A. Knitting Bee. The second from either left or right is the Second Assistant Secretary of the Bird Club. while the third is none other than Joe Gish. who once upon a time conducted the Girls' Archery Practice. While it is admitted that they had done nothing in particular on the campus. they have always labored heartily for the Old Skule without thought of personal aggrandizement. flt will probably be discovered, after they have left school. that one of them embezzled funds from the N. S. F. A.: that one made half a grand on renting caps and gowns: and that a third pulled down a couple of hundred selling announcements for gradu- ation.J We are basing this problematical prognostication on the ten- dencies of this popular beer club toward selecting the loyal, but com- paratively unknown student for high honors. 368 WORTH RE DI G BEFORE you put away your books with the thought that you have covered about everything necessary for your chosen career, there is just one thing more. You never see a text book on this subject, and so far there has been very little written any place about it. Nevertheless, to start on your career, whether it be in the field of literature, art, science, commerce, or engineering, with- out a thorough grounding in the principles of this subject would be equivalent to denying Keats, Rembrandt, Faraday, Taylor, or McAdoo. The delightful thing about this subject is that it solves more problems in life than a Ph.D., yet it is as simple as your ABC's. Recognition of it has built up giant industries and great countries- Ignorance of it has crumbled the strongest institutions, the most massive structures, the ablest of men. This subject is ECONOMYg known to individuals as SAVING. Perhaps your mind has a sort of recollective detest of this subject harbored from the days when you had to put into your elephant bank the pennies with which you had anticipated a glorious spree of candy and ice cream soda. Your more rational side, however, will convince you that your status of the future will be measured precisely by your efforts at present .... that your sky-piercing am- bitions must have a ground-solid foundation. The greatest lesson you'll ever learn is the lesson of SAVING. With its wisdom, even blunt individuals accomplish much and the wise more. Lay your foundation-Start your career right with a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at the PROVIDENT. lllll THE' Pao IDE SAVINGS BANK 6 TRUST CO. HOME OFFICE: Seventh and Vine Streets B R A N C H E S : WALNUT HILLS- UNITY-NORTH CINCINNATI- MAIN STREET- Mejrose and McMillan Vine, Calhoun and jefferson 1212 Main Street NORTHSIDE- - WEST END- Hamilton Ave. and Knowlton Street ggf3DI6?a?g:ZgIkI3Ed Eighth and Freeman F1ND1-,AY MARKET- . vine and Elder EAST END- 4015 Eastern Avenue PRICE HILL- MADISON ROAD- Warsaw and Enright 2047 Madison Road LIBERTY and FREEMAN 369 CALE DAR CHO September 5,,"f .p i- " ff 12-Engine School welcomes its Frosh and FBEYZLM 1b: b - promises that "Heaven will protect the . engifleefu Cwhen he is a 50Ph0m0fe7- if . 18 - The Betas are looking sleepy after spend- ing the night counting their new pledges. an 1 at I 4 It is even rumored that 'they couldn't .A count that far. "Beat the Lambda Chis ' at their own game." is their cry. -p, p J, 19-The annual battle of the feminine ele- ment is on. Thetas and Tri Delts decide that "in union there is strength." September 22 - The Kappas consider the union a tribute to their rushing ability. -Basement Joe organizes a fraternity which is called Rho Rho Kappa-Really Ritzy Kleaners. Their motto is "save the dirt for a dull day." Most of the coeds think that's a good idea. -The sisters appear in armor and battle for new additions to their ranks. Tri Delts lose their faith in human nature in general and in Thetas in particular! Theta Phi Alpha triples her number. - Liberal Arts classes begin. The Delts pull a fast one and visit Curry's dad. Did it do any good? Just ask them!!! -Freshmen are forced to drop their high school sophistication. These Frosh rules are terrible things. -Everyone is looking for the annual oiiice and refuses to be convinced that this imposing looking office is the same one, that for many years before was piled high with trash of all kinds ranging from cigarette stubs to garters. the P0 otnmm qiw ostrich - "News" office welcomes its long lost wall "' flowers. They'l1 become weedy in the qlq l 'lf ensuing weeks. ..We're convinced. Just a Reformation in ' j the annual office. X I -First football game. We all turn out to f see the bright lights but some are waylaid. "fCToP.xes 'qpq I . September 29 1 - 1 l 310 Application A The first telephone resulted from one man's idea that the proper application of known principles would provide a way forr the transmission of speech over any distance. Through the development of this idea there is today a communication system in the United States connecting more than 19,000,000 telephones, the use of which is substantial testimony of the system's efliciency. This efficiency results from the studies of men and women with trained minds. The Cincinnati 8: Suburban Bell Telephone Company sf'-u'Q,Q 2 Xilinx!! 371 12 20 M? L l : 1 - October Second section of the engineers make their appearance. A J X The S. A. E.'s install a hat stretcher in their lodge. They say that their Frosh "really go." The Sigma Chis wish that some kind soul would give them a lodge. gif 2- George Fry gives us a little advice on how ta ,, ! L .. Q I . .,...... . zzlz .:.::Z.::1,t.,.:,t.,,:,,,.. .:.:.:,:.:,,A:.,.:.,l,.:,,,,.,,,.t,:.f.rt. . ,....., ...,....V .....l.. . . to train the janitor to sefVe You- If You C' ' " don't believe it, try it. 6 8 9 13 14 21 22 23 27 October 20 Second football game. O where are squad? those budding prodigies of last year's Frosh Pi Kaps pledge William Hickman. CNot the child killer.J Burman and Taylor succeed in driving from the Cincinnatian office all the sweet young things who "got the habit" last year. The Mystic Thirteen slumber party turns into a song session of "Just Imagine." Crampton and Owens arrived at the Sigma Phi Eta house sober. They evidently are trying to be models for the Frosh. The Kappas stage a steak fry and show the brothers that as cooks they are the wows. Or did they just think that they could cook? Candidates for the student fall election are announced. Clean politics are assumed as usual??? Betty Cook decides that she will be content with U. C. material since Wesleyan is so far away. 553322 ff?'S2f.h2i -T r -w'HC' l ' Mottern again books McCue as the other ' Q S, N half of his act. This is beginning ' to A l l ' 3 seem like a marathon. pb 0 U Big men on Campus wear Doty's Clothes. Guess wefll all try and see if it works. r adii' yiv ' Tramp-tramp-tramp-the boys are ,lllipf NV marching. These soldiers lead hard lives. f ix! ' - -f s. 7. 2 October 22' 372 bl U. C. Commons W il Compliments GooD PLACE FoR Fooo of fl Cheerfully rerved Friend il il GOOD PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS COME IN FOR A MEAL I C C ... ... - I - - ... - ... l I l M i 1 THE SOUTHERN OHIO THE FISHER-DEVORE IRON WORKS COMPANY CONSTRUCTION Maerzufacl-zirers of STRUCTURAL STEEL AND ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK Q3 Offices and Works Fredonia Ave. and C. L. 8z N. Ry. CINCINNATI, OHIO ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS Dixie Terminal Bldg. Cincinnati, Ohio il WE ARE BUILDING YOUR NEW' LIBRARY Frank Fisher, C. E., '08 David G. DeVore, C. E., '08 - - - - Q Leaders Today-Equlppe or omorrow! There will be a time, when you will be the leaders in some profession or industry. K ' As the future leaders you will be interested to know that Cincinnati holds the position of world leadership in the manufacture and marketing of machine tools -a basic industry. Practically an entire manufacturing shop can be equipped with tools that are rnade in Cincinnati and vicinity. It is significant that The Cincinnati Milling Machine Company and its associate com pany, Cincinnati Grinders Incorporated, are leaders in their fields of milling and grinding. Such leadership is deserving of your continued observation. It is worth your time to visit our plant and see for yourself this organization of men, methods, and machines. Leaders today-equipped for tomorrow! THE CINCINNATI MILLING MACHINE COMPANY CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. K 21 -Hank Owens relates his experiences with women. The law school votes him November W No-u'mn's WHAT I CALS. . 0 Z GW, ",T,T,,E 3 -Sohn reigns supreme. He is planning to " ' edit his latest book-"The Art of Bridge. A Am. 5 - Burnet Woods robbed. Lovers lane now , JG' extends over whole collich. Good work H f Commons- ,vm-S I -Applied Arts Brawl. Oh to be artistic just ff Lflegvie X 2 for tonight!! "J M" X ff November 3 10 - Heuck. the new band sponsor, beats her way to the front. . 15 - Honorary Colonel chosen. Isn't a half bad way to crash all the military dances. 16 - Bearcats break the spell. Score against Dayton for first time in years. 17-Homecoming celebrated before, during, and after the game. The fraternity floats again amuse and delight the spectators. The Mystics attempt to be "uplifting," but the wrecker played the Good Samaritan. 20 - Archie Biggs is all for organizing a society for the prohibiting of tall men dating short girls. its favorite author of fiction. 24 - Miami and U. C. women turn to their childish pranks once again. 27 - Freshman Trial! Is it hard to cool a hot dog? "Tsh!! Tshl!" cries the Coun cil of Six. 32519 :ET::utg:Y?noSE iq' il wow-as '- f 28 - Thanksgiving Eve Dance. What's in a I., name? The Miami coeds strut their stuff. i -- A -.-. .-,' ..,, -.-,4 . ,.-.-.- 1 29 " Miami Game- Did it fain? But what 30- Freshman Reception. Senior coeds appear for Once in dog collars- Blamed clever. these blonds- November 17 314 KEEP IN CONSTANT TOUCH WITH YOUR ALIVIA MATER through the columns of THE UNIVERSITY NEWS and THE CINCINNATI BEARCAT A newspaper defvoted Editorial Views U exclusively to the Society News news of tlze Campus Licjifgrmemems visits? Published semi-weekly by the students of the U niwersity of Cincinnati DELIVERED BY MAIL ANYWHERE 5152.50 a Year 375 December i 53' " 1-Cunningham picks his date for the year QA X -back in S. A. E.'s own back yard. i32gff:'.E'2E.irf 'r""" ' rt U' X I C ,Qi J 2-DeSerisy. noted for her sweet disposition. my strengthened the conviction by politely ' GQ if M telling Sis Valentiner that she was--- ct, li f tired of having her always talk up K. D. A - fiifai:-: -,.- g V 5f'f1Ifl: 9 December 14 Morton Brown, Tom Armstrong, Bob Burnett and Ed. Ballinger gain conscious- ness after their crash on McMillan St., to discover that the newspaper man has published Mort's address as the S. A. E. house. Y. W. gives us the low down on how to get our "Sox Appeal." Coop Dance. Engineers aren't half bad looking when they get dressed up. Waldman begins to sing-"When a high-brow meets a low-brow walking along Pike St." Anne becomes a bud. Ed. Ballinger wants to pour. B. G. also comes into bud- hood. Fresh Painters abandon 1929 show. Three hundred students quit school. Many cries of "We want Levi" ring throughout the corridors. Ran West bites his finger nails to shreds wondering what the school will do with- out him next year. Pfleger is also worried. L. Levi says something under his breath. Artie Sohn offers an autographed photo to any girl who can make his heart quicken its beats. A man of the world takes his women casually. A W s-ruoewr l A guna: og Q, C L? We all get big-hearted and decide to buy QL L5 'Q at least one car for some poor faculty 'X ' member. in order to fill up the reserved Q N 1 ' X spaces. The temptation is too great and Q7 -3 LJ tags more plentiful. Y ' " in I' Santa Plays favorite and deposits some ' l ' X Christmas cheer at the Delt house- i,:. ,.....,,.V A .,.... 13-g.:g:.5.g:5g5:j:g:,g :g:: ggrgif zks Eggggzzzga r.2:.r:.-' .--, 2 :xg 2.-: 3:3:a3:3:ki:3:5S:i :'. 2:2:2i2:Q22:-:2:2:1:2:::2:- December 19 316 Another House Built . . Another HOME Made The Miller Jewelry Co.. In Appreciation tu thx Frnterrzitier and Socirtiei of the Uzziwnity of Cincinnata Q31 I an Y. CO. Now that School emblems are to become memories, we , , , Want you all to remember that'we offer you and your 408 Union Trust Building friends our services as designers and makers of platinum, gold and diamond jewelry. QU T UU . Greenwood Bldg. Sixth at Vine I If Q 30 Years o I " f Successfu Butldmg CINCINNATI , L 3 I - 1 - 1 i I . Phones, Avon 3116 Avon 6480 Complete line of 3.3 Drugs - Cosmetics - Candies Fountain Pens - Magazines The J. H. Fielman Dairy Co. l C Also a Lending Library Pasteurized Milk Eu' Cream gf late bgoks HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS 13 ss - R. J. STIER, DRUGGIST 2519 Vine St- Cincinnati, 0hi0 s. E. Cor. Clifton at McMillan, CINCINNATI CGOPERATIVE SOCIETY of the University of Cincinnati aafwimaf Headquarters for Student Supplies It-vfmifwi Come to us lirst and then compare prices. Save the cash register receipts - they are worth money to you 377 15 L I seen wn-xTmCw T0 LAE Y Vx Do 'Fr-IIS ALL YFPR. K .,:,:a, 1: ra i 0 Cf 61 , ,:,, ...,. 'Y 42 Q xi EE f .Eur ' X ' 9 '-Lf X S RAA s.w. f l fx! l xg ! . . W.. ! DEco2ATloN' DAY January 13 January 5 - Back to the same old grind. 6-Our faculty bud forth in Who's Who. We often wondered. 8 - Little advice., girls. on how to get your man-Thou shalt feed, plead, and love 'em. 10 - Kenneth McGowan orates on O'Neil1's life and plays. We all decide to get booted from college in order to assure ourselves of successful careers. 12- George Fry manages to beat his way into his office. in spite of the books and wraps of Kappas and Chi Omegas. 13 - Larry seeks revenge. How about it, Ran? - Angert falls into the Ford class. No, it isn't a kiddie car. 16- The fair young sex find out what the men think about them. They're harm- less, girls. 17 - Clifton announces that the Pi Kaps have decided to keep the Student Council presidency another year. 18 - We all hop over to the Senior Hop. And did we hop? Just ask us. '.-, 5- Q -L 19 - We get the last word on the men. It will ' ...E'U'A.1 ,...,... gi, do 0-' ' ' - I f e'fffE""0i 22 - Exams!!! Faculty members appear with V I' ' ar. Gd clubs and guns. And this is a University!! B ,, fm f '-5 1 Hin' 9,,'f.'-I g?'3ig'2s.5ii3 XX f 1. 25 - We're still suffering. ' ,mf f'-. "'-+..,-, 'mx Kat -.,:,wu,: XXX "-is -J Pgogf p0c.1or..! -.,s-.NJ Ha Tuveo So Mano January 18 378 The University of Cincinnati A MUNICIPAL UNIVERSITY AND A NATIONAL INSTITUTION . HERMAN SCHNEIDER, Sc.D., Acting President Q l6'w,g,QK'3U Comprises the Following Colleges and Schools: GRADUATE SCHOOL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND of Arts and Sciences. COMMERCE MCMICKEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS ' with undergraduate courses in Arts and Sciences, Extension Courses, and Eve- ning Classes. COLLEGE OF, EDUCATION Including Elementary, Junior and High School Teaching, Hygiene and Physical Education, Kindergarten, Child Care and Training, Home Economics, School Music, and School Art. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE with unsurpassed opportunities for medi- cal 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 Bache- lor of Science. with co-operative courses in Civil, Mechan- ical, Chemical, Electrical, Commercial, Geological, and Architectural Engineer- ing, Evening Classses in Commerce, Engineering, and Applied Arts. SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS Offering courses, some of a co-operative nature, in Architecture, Landscape Archi- tecture, Interior Decoration, Ceramics, and Applied Fine Arts. COLLEGE OF LAW Cincinnati Law School, now in its ninety- seventh year. SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION Including programs in Food and Nutri- tion, Institution Management, Child Care and Training, and Home Economics for the Teacher. SUMMER SESSION Two terms offered by the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Education, starting June 22 and july 30, 1929. For Announcements of Colleges, Requirements for Admission, and General Information, Address: THE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS University of Cincinnati 379 15 21 NOTE. GUNS PLUSH' LINED NOBLE G. F-'r 6. veu To Tue. vwcfrow. ous P111 BASULET-BALL N J JEWEL CASE ff 'w X 4 I- rj?" QC.. Q 5 1 2 February 10 February Delts rush to Newport to bail out an un- fortunate brother, but find that April Fools Day isn't always on April 1. S. A. E.'s acquire a S1200 Brunswick Pana- trope. Many shouts of "Ask us how we do it." Jane decides she hasn't a Dost of a chance. 7-Katie announces that unless she can have the big gazobo of the Student Con- ference. she will not honor the boys with her presence. Heintz doesn't exactly understand who will be out of luck. 10-"C" Club becomes generous. The basketball team is ever so grateful though they haven't discovered the true meaning of it all yet. - Adams buys a box of El Ropo cigars. 16-Bumming office has become almost bumless. One lone little bum longs for companions. -Mid-west Student Convention. Delegates arrive and get the once over from the Forty Fairest. Sig.Alphs again stage all night party. 22 - Adams elected president of Mid-west Student Conference for next year. Thanks for the cigar, Charlie. Sophomores break down and pull a dance. It wasn't so bad. considering. 23-Chi Omegas unable to stand the strain g of initiation. The bed collapsed. m".'ff Tj.:-jii, I: 'gi '.f1..s'u"""T5 25-Mystic Thirteen throw a "Big Bad Bean 51f1A.:1'2'F:'b.:'. Sjjg 1 D Battle." A guess a day takes a nickel 41? away. ,,-- ".,5,. -----X .' , 5 -a . 3 27-This bean battle is a gyp. Or are we all -"' 'f""iE Poor mathematicians? -----. -' . " ' ' February 22 ' 380 The avid Hummel Building Co. Cut Stone Work Brick Masonry fCon tin ued from page 361 J Her hair hung in wisps. still dripping with water which ran down the back of her legs. No cosmetics marred her natural beauty. A masculine, apricot-colored dressing-gown was tightly drawn around her curving ligure which peeked out here and there. Her bare legs glistened from being scrubbed with old Dutch Cleanser and her knees gently knocked together as she descended. revealing her utter lack of any superiority complex. As she drew near. one noticed that she smelled deliciously of Life Buoy Soap and her lack of eye brows made her quite "en deshabi1le." Her lips smelled fragrantly of Listerine and her eyes shone brightly from the soap still in them. "If you represent some movie corpora- tion please do me the favor of leaving at once, for I am not considering any con- tracts at present." were the first words she spoke. I But when we had explained our mission I she grew silent and crestfallen. In fact some hours later she stopped talking when we threatened to call her mother. Cincinnati Ohio CContinued on page 3901 """""'7'I Newly Enlarged Department of Rare Books, Fine QBindings, etc. I l 'i i fl, l ij lf. Qi 'I' il, il 1, :um Pl H ", 53 ph ' l l 1 :Qi ,l if. earner: 'f- '-s- 1 - N- NV' . li ll ,ply lil . wi Fl s ti ll E idk' ill! 'Li J X' . li A I iiigtij-gil, ,yi 'jr will ': fi' I ' rs -L ' ' in , FF - 42 1... llllllllllllllll TWlll"l'l'li lilll '- First Editions of 17, 18, 19 85 20th Centuries Beautifully Bound Classics Standard Sets Framed Auto- graph Letters Old Prints Lovely Sets of Book Ends Gorgeous Desk Sets Plaques Medallions Marble Statuettes, etc. FROM OUR DEPARTMENT OF ENGRAVING For Graduation Commencements, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, Novelty Dance Invitations, Calling Cards, Personal Stationery, etc. High Quality- M odera te Cos t. When ordering your Social Stationery it is well to remember that we have all the Charming Accessories STEWART KIDD Booksellers, Stationers, Engravers X flxf I' if N! fi W 'lil vel: fill IN THE LOUIS XVI CANDY SHOP OU may purchase delicious Louis XVI Candies in this popular luncheon and soda bar rendezvous of Cincinnati's smart younger set. Delightful flavors and superhne quality make Louis XVI Candies the choice of the discriminating. Candy is eaten by athletes before going into action-also used on dieting menus to create quick energy while reducing weight! he s,!s.L5,i.Q.1ePH clolm 15.1-lorgan I Main Store, Dixie Shop, Avondale Shop, MA N A G I N G D I REC T Q PX 19 East Fourth St. 104 Dixie Terminal. 3118 Reading Road. M M M - J - - 381 DowNTe EYw A 5ee.'r WH vzme LBA Y "' K'5 e. gn ' A f---L- 21 0 .hy-rj if lf' see ? Luncheon in Woman s Building for "Good News cast Small and Cook tell the University beauties are displayed at the Alumnal Theater Party. Kappas believe in working in pairs March N 2 CA FOR one FOAJQIDATIONS 1 I I 2 R I, ,,.Z H 11 4 r g , r 4 - In A - sisters all the dirt. - -A 3 5 - 9? mri Xi Sv 'A x Elk . s ' V W3 . X ' g March 12 6- Big bad nasty man runs off with S. A. E.'s Panatrope when no one is around. All of their cash must have gone "to the dogs" last summer at Springdale. 7 - Pfleger and Heintz confide in Mrs. Evans. R. and1try to appear unconcerned. The two D's are still groping for the light. 8 - Pat Wiebking is now a "romantic young thing." 12-How firm a foundation-well. we'll see. 13 - Six prom candidates. Another Kappa pair. 14 - Wehmann withdraws for the good of the cause. 15 - Aileen Beirne is chosen Queen of the Prom. Wehmann finds that her martyr- dom was of no avail. 16-Cook receives roses from an ardent admirer who insists she is the real queen despite politics. 21 - Thetas drop to their sophomore class for president. 24 - Mystics are beginning to get all hot and bothered about pledging. Small thinks she is now deciding Mystic policies. Pfleger's decisions are merely personal opinions. I y I IW' IEALLYI Go'fS,- I woutonfr wwe. f " 1, CARLO uno I Losf 25 - Anderson is chairman of Gamble Memor- v "Mm QF 'LE ial drive. Same menu prevails at Pi K. A. Houe. Whath ndt themne? fi s appe e o o y i 28 - Beta's model fraternity house appears. 4 a Q il. What pledging they'll do in the next ten 566 MEX 'J ifi.1Q years ! I! H ' .j',.. JO lx 29- Scudder gets ring. Cincinnatian goes on the 1'0CkS. yiigzfaer-'f w- , ,A , 3 : March 15 382 Your Future Success depends on your ability to save. If you have not started on the thrift road to financial success, take the first step now by opening an account in this bank. Milea- INTEREST 0 on SAVINGS Safve to Learn Learn to Safve .91 The Western Bank 81 Trust Company Twelfth and Vine Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio CLIFTON HEIGHTS BRANCH At Hughes Comer Clifton Avenue and McMillan Street BOND HILL BRANCH P dd k R d and California 383 April BAD D56 0 9 v h Q9 1 - April Fool. ii 3 - Ulex initiation. Poor Artie! Fourteen Sig Chis play atmosphere for Fritz Leiber. Poor Julius Caesar!!! Sharkey holds indignation meeting. Tri ,,,,.!.,.,.s . H , -A ,L , Delts import Bake to untangle the politi- MS-guy x shkmmhn A lrnl 4 T cal red-tape. D lNUg :IlT+ o C9 ffl '16 W . is , z mtv 5 T? If 1-.::r: ,. ,D ' 1 ll 5 J W Q emi ! ' 5 ill!!! ?"" xx I 'Y April 15S 5 - Those green rompers lend local color to our campus. 12 - Mystic 13 pledging. Theta Phi Alphas crash through. Another Kappa pair. 13 - Stags! Stags! Then more stags! Even pinned girls get big rushes. 15-Retort appears. Benson and Pierson buy tickets for the South Sea Islands. West says. "I told you so." 16 - Our politicians state their intentions. 17 - Big rushes on the mail boxes. We all plan to quit school. 19 - Sweet young things turn to horses-all for the love of the Greeks. 20 - The steadies hate to drag their dates. Too many stags. Features seeks original snap shots. Now just what do they mean? ' x 24 - Too many complications. Clifton decides 56 as " f to run for treasurer. if O 0 0 O 1 x 26-Co-ops display their talent. There has to , 9 G 7' ' K 5-if 3 A be some outlet for their higher intellect. 'Ei ' 0 29 -Some of us lament our fate. Oh well- J the better man always wins-so they say. S g , 5 ' -- ELEC.TlONS April 29 384 SAVINGS DEPARTMENT First National Bank CIN C I N N A T I S. E. Cor. Fourth and Walnut Streets Entrance from Main Banking Floor or from Walnut Street Capital and Surplus . NIORE THAN TEN M ILLION DOLLARS May .1-giiiirj' if Fm? ' 2 W -1 1 - Sororities prepare for bigger and better battles. Q 2 - Spring is here. Burman shaves. Z , gp 3 - Angy and Ray are still friends. Queer- ' ' this thing they call love. 4 -Delts pull a house party. How about it L 3 Archie? SENIOLQ1 f Z. May 15 6 - Card players forsake the Commons to gamble on the green. 10 -Dark night. No golf played. Too bad. boys. Kappas will do better next time 11 -Sigma Chis celebrate after elections. 13 - Thirteen more girls go wrong. 14 - Ulex Brawl. 'Nuf said. 15 - We get the low-down on the Seniors. What price reputation!!! 17 - Varsity boat ride a flop. America almost sinks Ctop heavyj. Wonder how it feels to be an ugly man? Ask LUTMERDING. men - 3 wan TM' 'EE "Q 5 3 18-Hotel Varsity opens. Plenty of men-so W' 'eb rf' HQ I the sa . ' 9 "' I y y YPQA-a 1 .-:: eiiiisirssv-" 20 - Kappa Alpha Thetas dance away the ,A .E .zo Strain of p0litics. 1' -'Z T 23 - Full moon-and what a Triangle picnic!!! . -- C- ,I v ' 30 -Time out. just another holiday. W. 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Best of all is its ability to reduce your body in spots without aiiecting the rest of it. Stop in and see it demonstrated. We have exercising machines to fit any purse- 5 from 359.50 to 8250.00 The Max Wocher 8: Son Co. Trusses - Braces - Elastic Wear Surgical Instruments - Hospital Supplies . 29 - 31 West Sixth Street Cincinnati, Ohio l l l l i 381 11116 ND-YOUNG MAN! Yo0'LE. Too Q .smu.x. Q52 1, . AQJWNN AY 1-We make firm resolution that it is high "X 7 'if' N time to begin studying. Tmeefs ' U VP':',,9x.f-5 1 , 9 'ee 3 - just too bad now. Those nasty profs! W h Q f ONLY 4 - There s no rest for the wicked-that s why I-J tm','fuf - L "J we're still here. :-' AA' 71655914 June 7 - Pfleger gets a divorce. Heintz iszundecided. - A. A. Biggs was squelched at the ticket oilice of the Grand. Little boys are at a disadvantage. - The Cincinnatian office counts the spoils of a year's conquest. - The Seniors finally get religion. - Seniors prepare for the big event. - Good comes to him who waits. - Too bad we aren't all Seniors. Q ,ff f A 4-fem -.:E::. X 55"-4" saw" " 2 ,f:l"ll . ,--,inifllg fag la- lik!-j !ll"" 5- XEQD .9 C.APT:azmG -me maze 6966.1 MEN June 15 388 I, 'i 'ffl C2 QW 11? X p wmdrq I K L F-xi f f gg gf - LAI 5 A' o W ex xx ' 2 , digg? L ' ff w xv ' v q I fvw K ' i is: ff' MQW' 1 pQJyQ'L', X K " , '1 V gy, 389 CCon tinued from page 3811 "Of course." she remonstrated, "I don't think I'm much of a celebrity but then what's my opinion against thousands of college students?" We could not refute this argument. so we let her talk on, after offering her a stick of Wrigleys which she chewed charmingly. Through her mask of indifference we could see the same mystical allure which decided the masculine note in her favor. "Even at home she is the same captivating little devil," explained her mother. straight- ening the pillows behind the embryologi- cal C1eo's back. "Pull your dress down, dear," said her mother. "Hell, mom, whatcha want me to look like-a monk?' yelled the gentle little prom queen. "Go down and look at the furnace, wontcha?" The mother was very accommodating and fired the furnace noisily so that we could break before she returned. But we were left alone for a long time and accom- plished rnuch in the interim. When one o'clock struck we jumped up excitedly. "It slipped our minds," we said to this little bundle of sex appeal, "but we came here to interview you." "Oh-ho." she cried, brandishing her rapier. "What long ears you have, grand- ma. But you shall either pay your rent or be thrust out into the cruel. damp world." We tried to quiet her, for it seemed the little celebrity's nerves were unstrung due to the showering of masculine attention on her lately. "Oh, don't tell that joke." she blushed, putting her hand to her ear. Nevertheless, we persisted and managed to restring her nerves neatly. and she sounded sweet and mellow for the nonce. "But," we replied. "we have been sent here by the public. who demand to know how you do it. how you muster up this charm and allure, what makes you so popular. what are your ambitions in life, have you ever been in love. and do you like asparagus tips with or without vinegar and why?" "You call me successful," she finally answered. adjusting her dressing gown to reveal an unwashed knee. "But I'm just beginning. I want to do things-big things. Everyone who is someone. is never satisfied, but wants to climb higher. is always straining, reaching ahead toward something yet unattained or unaccom- plished. So there is. after all. no such thing as success if it is always ahead of you, is there"? And she laughed with a wholesome girlish giggle. "Popularity is like love. 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' Q5 1 ' W Q - - - - 391 fCont1nued from page 3901 There came a half-starved look in her left eye, then a half-starved look in the other, giving her a completely starved look. a dream of things beyond the sunset. a hunger which would always feed on hunger. "Ah, ha." we divined. "This female Don Juan. this outwardly nonchalant and carefree prom queen, is not happy." Is this very yearning of her soul the secret of her strange allure? We talked on into the wee small hours and the fog from without seemed to bear down upon us. bringing to us memories and little notes of unimagined sorrow. little loves. and little heartaches. Oh. God! Oh! H. L. Mencken! We found then that our little prom queen is not merely a beautiful but dumb little wench. for she revealed that she is devoting all of her spare time to her one life work. She is working on a plan to cut out smoking in the Commons. As she talked of her ambition. the tears welled to her eyes. "It is pitiful how 'No Smoking' signs are disregarded in the Commons and in various offices about school." she wept. "Besides, it is becoming terrible how small students are smoking 'em these days. A janitor can't even find a respect- able butt any more." We were overwhelmed. to say the least. by her passionate plea and gave her a few drags from our Lucky. Her spell was upon us. No wonder that she was elected prom queen. we thought. She is magnetic, poised, and charming beyond description. But her success has not turned her head. She is still the same little innocent girl she was when she first came to old McMicken and met the Mighty Mottern. Our interview ended, we kissed her goodnight and wended our way home- ward. taking with us memories. hopes. and promises of a date sometime in the near future. C. L. LAVERY BOYD CHAMBERS LEE HALLERMAN ETHAN ALLEN DICK BRAY C. W. FRANKLIN, jr. 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Shipley's CoEee Shop Grill DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY LEATHER GOODS - LUGGAGE SILVERWARE TROPHIES - MEDALS - CUPS F RATERNITY JEWELRY Ui! THE OSKAMP NOLTING CO. 26- 28 -30 West Seventh Street McMillan at U. C. CINCINNATI? OHIO 392 Advertisers' Index A Page N Page American Laundry Machinery Co. .... .... 3 89 Northwestern National Life Insurance Co .... 351 B 0 Earn. The .................... .... 3 61 Oskamp Nolting Co. ....... 392 issinger's ............ . . , . . , .390 Bostonian Shoe Store .... .... 3 81 I P C Provident Savings Bank 6? Trust Co.. . . . . . .369 Carey. Philip co.. The .......... ...A a ei , R cincinnati Athletic Goods Co ..... . .... sez Raw-i Elecrfoyvpe CO- --------.--- ---' S 65 Cincinnati Fly Screen Co. .................,.. 381 RCPTO ffflUf3V1I1E' 'C03 ----------+--- ---- 3 55 Cincinnati Milling Machine Co ......... ...... 3 13 RCP'-lbllcafl Publishin? C0-v The ---- ---- 3 59 Cincinnati 69 Suburban Bell Telephone Co 1. . .311 S Co-operative Book Store ............ .......... 3 11 Shipleys 392 gzgcgeii-mlgeglfggg ............................ sinton Hotel Candy Shop. . Q . 381 ' """"" "'A S outherrkOdhio Iron Works ..... 313 F Stewart- i d Co ,............ 381 Fielman Dairy Co. ......... ..., 3 11 SUCIJS lfhafmacy --------4 391 Fillmore Music House ,.., .... 3 92 R- J- Stiff ------------------- 377 First National Bank ..,. .... 3 85 T Fisher-DeVore Co. ....... .... 3 13 French Bros.-Bauer Co. .... .... 3 61 Traxel Art Company' ' ' 351 G U. C. Commons ........... 313 Granada Gardens .......,... ..., 3 51 University of Cincinnati .llt 319 H University News-Bearcat. . 315 Henshaw'5 ',,"..- Ihivltl ..-. 3 9 1 U. S. Playing Cafd CO. .... 365 Homer Toms ..... .... .... 3 9 3 W Hummel ---4---' "--'- '-4' 3 8 1 Webb studio ................r 394 K Western Bank 67 Trust Co. . . . 383 Kissel-Skiles ............,... .... 3 90 Western Newspaper Union. . . 361 Wocher Max Co. The .... 381 Miller Jewelry Company .... .... 3 11 Wurlitzer S """"" ""' 3 67 Miller Ea' Son ............. ...,. .... 3 9 2 Z Myers Y. Cooper Co.. The .... .... 3 11 Zoo .... . ..... 351 Chrysler Complete Plymouth Auto Repair Sales 8: Service on all Cars Homer ' I 'oms Motor Car Co. 9 11 1 C 9 . S 1' ' ' C J ' ' ! 3 D The Unwerszty s Garage Clifton Garage East Walnut Hills Garage Clifton at Dixmyth Madison at Grandin University 120 Woodburn 3075 393 s ,Zur .gofyrqder Zglfamwzz 117651 Photographic Illustrator Whose years of experience has made his services invaluable to School and College Annuals and other beautiful publications. '93 '33 THE WEBB STUDIO 126 West 7th St. Cincinnati, Ohio 394 I A Active "C" Club ..... ...A Administration .... Advertising. A. I. Ch. E.. A. I. E. E.. .. Alpha Alpha Pi .... Alpha Chi Omega .... Alpha Chi Sigma ..... Alpha Delta Theta .... Alpha Gamma Delta .... Alpha Kappa Kappa .... Alpha Kappa Psi .......... Alpha Tau Omega ..,...... . American Commons Club .... "An Off-Campus Scene" . . , Anderson, H. W. ......... . . Applied Arts Applied Arts Applied Arts Archery ..... "Artie Sohn A. S. M. E.. . Aspirants. . . Club ....... ......, Tribunal, Men ...... Tribunal, Women .... Addressing I. X. E Athletics, Men's ...... Athletics, Women's ....... B Babcock. R. George ....... Bachmeyer, A. C.. . . . Baseball, Men's ..... Baseball. Women's .... Basketball .....,.... Basketball Coaches. . . Basketball. Women's .... Battalions . . Berwanger. . Beta Gamma Sigma .... Beta Kappa. Beta Theta Pi ........... Betz. Miss Gertrude R.. . . . General Index Page .... 98 ....16-28 353 304 305 298 278 295 280 281 292 294 .. . . .256-259 . , . . .264-265 343 . . . .124-125 .....97 ..,.126 ....114 ...,111 308 35 36 136 342 306 331 -126 -136 97 23 -116 132 -113 111 131 197 113 208 . . .260-261 ...,232 -233 198 Biggs. Glenn ..........., .... 1 18 Blue Hydra ........... .... 3 09 Board of Directors .... . . 18 Board Meeting .... . . . . . 18 Bohl, Harold .,..... .... 1 04 Braune Civils ............. ,... 3 07 Buckley, Miss Catherine. . . . . . . 26 Bursiek, Ralph ........ .... .... 1 0 3 C Cadet Officers-Section I ..... .... 2 00 Cadet Officers-Section II .... .... 2 01 Cadet Regimental Staff .... .... 1 96 Campus Club ............. ...... 2 83 Campus Idols ........... . . .137-146 Campus Impressions .... ...,. 9 -16 Campus Organizations. . Chemists Club, ...,.... . Chi Omega ........ . . . Choritides ....... ,.,.... Cincinnatian. the 1929. . Cincinnatus ............ Climer. William ..... . . Co-Ep Club ............ Colors ........... ....... Composite Sports Page, . Contents .............. Co-Op Club ............. Co-Op Commerce Club .... Co-Op Dance .........., Co-Op Engineer ........ Cross Country .... . D Dayton Football Game. . Debate Council .....,... Dedication ........,.,... Denison Football Game. Delta Delta Delta ....... Delta Phi Epsilon ....... "Delt Rush Party. The". . . Delta Sigma Pi ......... Delta Theta Phi ..... Delta Tau Delta .,... Delta Zeta ...,..., Dial. Richard ..... Doric Order .... ...... Dorm Council ........... Dyer. Miss Elizabeth .,.. E Early. Dan ............., Engineering Tribunal. . . Enlisted Detachment. . . Eta Kappa Nu .......... Evening Commerce Club .... F "Famous U. C. Drives". Features ............. . Fellowcraft ....... Fenwick Club ..,.. Fei-son, M. L .... Fischer, N. V .,.. . . Foreword ........... Football Resume ..... Football Team ...... Franz, Richard ..... Fraternities ............ . Page . . . .303-334 ....148, ....203 ..,.236- 310 274 135 149 219 105 311 ...HHL204 120 7 312 313 165 152 124 106 314 5 107 271 284 342 297 302 237 276 114 213 as 27 112 33 195 209 315 351 .. . .177-192 . .... 256 113, 115, -257 316 24 101 6 110 110 123 . . ........ 225-268 Freshman Class Officers ..... .......... Freshman Reception , . . , 43 164 395 G Gallimore. C. C. ........ . Geary, Col. John T. ..,. German Club. ..., . . Girls' Glee Club .... Goldmeyer. F.. . . . Gowdy. R. C.. . . Greek Games .,.. . . . H Hallett. 'Arthur ........., Hanover Football Game .,.. Hixson. Hammell ........ Hockey. Women's ......,,....... Honorary Fraternities .....,.,.,.... Household Administration Club .... Hubert. M. J. ...... ........ . Humor ........ . . . I Intramurals. ..... ...... . Intramural Cups ,,.. Iota Chi Epsilon .... Iota Sigma Pi ..... ..It-. J Junior Class Officers ..... Junior Promenade. . . . . . . Junior Prom Orchestra ..... K Kappa Alpha Theta ...... Kappa Delta ............... . "Kappa Delt Alumni. The . . . Kappa Delta Pi ......., .... Kappa Kappa Gamma ........,.... General Index lContinuedJ Page .....119 .....194 .....332 .....3l7 .....118 ... zo .....134 .....102 .....100 .....l25 ......I30 ....205-224 ......318 ...... 19 ....335-352 .....125 ........126 ....244-245 .......210 ....16T-176 ...... 41 ....l60-161 .....343 .....273 .....2Z2 .....342 .....224 .....2I5 Kappa Kappa Psi ,.................., ..... 2 21 Kentucky-Wesleyan Football Game .... ..... 1 01 Kindle, Joseph A. ....... L Lambda Chi Alpha ...... "Last of the Royal Order" La Tertulia ........,.... Laurence. D. C. ....... . Law College Officers .,... Lawwil, Richard ........ League of Women Voters Le Cercle Francais ...... Literary Society ......... Lutmerding. Med ....... M Major Sports .... , .. . McNutt. Steve ..., ...,......... .....l49 ....z4o-41 .....3az .....as4 ... ze ... 46 .....1zz .....319 .....a31 .....z23 .....1os ....99-120 .....114 Medical Class Oflicers ..... "Medieval Girl. The". . . Melody Club .......... Menorah Society .... .......... Men s Glee Club .................. Men's Interfraternity Council ..... Men's Panhellenic Association ..... Miami Football Game ......... Mileham. H. W. ....... . Military .............. Military Ball ....... Military Faculty .... Minor Sports ..... "Miss Sink". . . More. L. T.. .. Mu mme: s ......... Mystic Thirteen ..... .... N Newman Club ..........,............ "New,Rules to Replace Honor Exam" Nursing and Health Officers ........ . . Nu Sigma Nu ....................,.. O "Oddities' ' ......... ....,....... Oexman. Fred .................. Ohio University Football Game .... Ohio Wesleyan Football Game .,... Organizations ........... ........ Omega Upsilon Phi ........ Out of Town Girls Club .... Owens. Frank X ..... ...... P Paleolinguists ..... . . . Parker. Malcolm .... Pechste'n, L. A ..... Pfau. George ..... Phi Alpha Delta .... Phi Beta Delta ..... Phi Beta Kappa .... Phi Chi .......... Phi Delta ........ Phi Delta Delta .... Phi Delta Phi ...... Phi Delta Theta .... Phi Epsilon Pi. . . Phi Kappa ....... Phi Rho Sigma .... Phi Sigma Sigma. . . Pi Alpha Tau ....... "Piccadilly Club". . . Pi Chi Epsilon ...... Pi Delta Epsilon .... Pi Kappa Alpha .... Page 108 193 44 352 320 321 322 221 .226 -109 125 -204 166 195 121-126 156 338 22 -158 .218 323 337 45 290 350 123 103 102 205-334 291 352 149 333 122 21 108 293 245-242' 234 206 296 287 299 300 -235 250-251 262-263 301 285 288 338 212 220 238-239 396 General Index Pi Tau Sigma ..... Pi Theta ................. Popp. William ............. Professional Fraternities .... Publications ....,......,. Q "Question of Evolution, The" . , . R "Reading Lessons for Children". . Rifle Team .................. . . R. O. T. C ..... .......,....,...,..... R. 0. T. C. Shield ............ ....... "Runners-up in The Beauty Contest" "Rushing" ..............,.......,.. S Scabbard and Blade .,.. Schneider. Herman .,.. Schott, John .....,... Schutte. Robert ..... Seniors . ....,......... . Senior Class Omcers ..... Seniors of Applied Arts .... .,..... Seniors of College of Education ...,. Seniors of College of Law ......... Seniors of Engineering College .... Seniors of Evening Commerce .... Senior Hop .... ..................... fContinuedJ Page Page .....2l4 StudentOrchestra......,........, ,...324 .....215 "StupidCouncil.The"........,,,...... ......347 . . . , . .112 "Suppressed Musical Comedy. The" . . . . . .340-341 289-302 147-154 .....339 ..-ass .....199 . ..,.. zoz .,.. .153 ........346 .. ..... 348 ... .,.. 211 .....4. 17 .....100 ..l09 .....47-96 ....... 40 ..,..78-75 .....76-80 .....86-88 .....60-72 .....92-96 ... .... .162 Seniors of Household Administration .... ..... 9 1 Seniors of Liberal Arts College ....,., Seniors of Medical College ....... Seniors of Nursing School ..... "Seven Ages of Woman" . . . Sigma Alpha'Epsilon ..... Sigma Alpha Mu ....... Sigma Chi .......... Sigma Delta Rho .... Sigma Delta Tau .... Sigma Phi Eta .... Sigma Sigma .............. Sigma Tau Phi ............ .... Simrall, Miss Josephine P.. . . . Single, Russell. ..... , , . . . Smith, Miss Helen N ..... Society .................. Sociology Club ............. Sophomore Class Officers ,... Sophomore Hop .........,.. Sororities ..,............. .. . Student Administration ......,... Student Council .........,......... Student Council Executive Board ..,.. . ..... 47-59 ..8l-85 ..89-90 ....347 230-231 242-243 228-229 266-267 ....282 254-255 ....2l6 ....248-249 25 ....l07 ....l28 159-166 ,...333 42 ....l63 269-303 ..29-46 ..30-32 ... 32 Swimming. Men's ................,. ...... 122 Swimming, Women's ..... .... 1 83 T Tau Beta Pi .......... .... 2 07 Tau Kappa Alpha. ., . . . .217 Tennis .... ' .... ,.., ...... 1 2 3 Theatrical .... . , .155-158 Theme .......... ...... 8 Theta Eta. ........ .... 2 86 Theta Phi Alpha ..... .,., 2 77 Track Coaches ............... .... 1 17 Track Team ....,.........,.... ..., 1 17 Transylvania Football Game ,.... ...,.. 1 05 Triangle ...........,.........,. . . ,252-253 "Tri Delt Apartment. The" . . ,... 347 "Tripe-ings" .............. . . . 336 U Ulex ............... ..., .... 2 2 2 University Band ......,..............., .,.. 325 University Fenwick .........,........,....... 316 University News and Cincinnati Bearcat . .150-151 V Varsity Art Club ....,, . .... 326 Varsity Chess Club .... ......, 3 34 Vreeland, Richard .... .... 1 19, 124 W Women's Athletic Association. . . .,.... . 129 "Weenie, The Varsity Widow" . . . .... 344-345 West, Ranald S. ...... - ......,.. ...... 3 0 Wittenberg Football Game ........ .,..... Women's Athletics ...,....,.............. 127-136 Women's Panhellenic Association ........ .... Women's Student Government Association, . . Women's Tribunal of the College of Engineering and Commerce. .... . . . . Women's Vigilance ...... ...,...... .... Y Y. M. C. A. ........... ......,.. . . . . Y. M. C. A. Cabinet .......... ,.... . . , . Y. M. C. A. Freshman Council .... .... Y. W. C. A. .,.........,......... . . . . Z Zeta Tau Alpha .... .... 104 270 37 34 327 328 328 329 330 279 397 GORDON R. BURMAN Editor-In-Chief I w1z::s,:1:iaz::?R SW G f . K A Q A - , Ls' Q. ,f ' E 2 dS a f Vs if 91 I ' 1819 1929 Cincinnati, Ohio Every year at this time a weary Editor sets about to advise an excellent student body just how glad he is the damn thing's done, how deep is his gratitude to a certain num- bered few, perhaps, but my confreres of this grand institu- tion, the Cincinnatian boasts no such chief this l929. He is not jubilant at the close of his labors, for the honor- able Taylor still bellows vociferously, HWe want copy.H He cannot thank the photographer and the engraver and the printer alone, for his debt has been to a conscientious group of activity hounds, commonly referred to as the staff more commonly the impediments. Foremost, to William Halliday Taylor, erstwhile Manassa Mauler, now for the time being thoroughly domesticized and accordingly gentle, is extended our unbounded appreciation, mainly because he has tended his business in every good sense of the phrase. Of course we recognize our W. Carson Webb, who, in spite of frequent individual com- plaints to the contrary, we still maintain is the best photographer for yearbook service about town. Certainly were it not for the proximity and efficiency of the Repro Engraving Company, to say nought of Republican's night and day runs in our behalf, you people would be crying around for your books however, we point that nomenclature reason than their objective of this been to prove the effectiveness of an entour- an annual, has next September. With great personal pride, to our editorial staff Clet us allow them , O skeptical ones, if for no other good experimentation as suchlg for the prime year's Editor-in-Chief, beyond publishing age. As a matter of truth, the assistants chosen by the Board of Publications have every one given of their time, have sacrificed, have built, with necessary co-ordination, a Cincinnatian No, the Editor He has enjoyed Great would be ness manager's in their own right. is not weary--laboring still, but not weary. his work to the fullest and has profited. his present bliss were it not for the busi- clamoring for this very item of copy, which must be considered as nothing more than a filler of his advertising section. Editor-in-Chief 398 1.4 3"e:X.3 P1 ,V+ ..:,.. up 1- 2 View ,gf 98 X 3 B 'QB- -. ew kwa -Uv' avi . 1 -. ' ms., -- 5' "V: SA-1'q ' e is - " .,, . L 'u,.?t?'.' y 1 332 .. ,,g.,-Q, .. ,,,. ,ww ? ?3lfLnfze,,,K -.-.-,14.,:- . --QS. f s 'S ' mg - J, , K.: Pf- ,-gs' ' ,M ' .1 ,L -.Y .. fe, , ami di . df . W... 1. N., Ah. Xa. 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