University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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E-EJ 'TH 1 qgfil' C 1 1 ff N 0 Q Dedllcatedv ,ff l 44' E M "Daniel'ilawrence '35 Gbis, tlpe thirty-seventh volume of the Cincinnatian, gratefully recognizes bis years of loyal service to the Kniversity, bis constant belp ano patience in all the problems of the stuoent- laooy in the past. uno looks to blm in the future for the ful- fillment of those traoitions that progress ano the years have left balloweo. :z :: :: :: :: N f rr t y 4 tt l l'5rerD6rcl.f' QBIXQQ Hnto the pages of this book. into the pageant of college life that marches between its covers. we have attempteo to weave an age-olo theme in a little oifferent way. Ehe glory of Bagoao ano the splenoor of Tlersia remaineo unsung until long after those semi-mythological mon- archs hao perisheo: ano in a very tiny sense we some- times think that the best years of Cincinnati have slippeo into oblivion because much of the traoition that valiant sons of the past have storeo for us as a heritage is oying before the onslaught of changing conoitions. fllf the 1930 Cincinnatian can recall a little of that olo spirit to the stuoent booy. ano if our recoro of the year 1930 blenoeo with the settings of the 'Ghousano ano One lrabian nights, can. in years to come, like a fa- vorite olo wine. serve to warm a few hearts with a few oreamy memor- ies. then our labor has borne some fruit ano five hunoreo ' half-cheweo pencils will not have scratcheo in vain. : : Co :Q-glxfs-' I. Mniversity II. 'lbministration III. Seniors IV. 'Athletics U. Campus 'Affairs UI. Varsilyqlife VII. Crganizations h VIII. Tlfiglyligbls . 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Vice-President f Mrmzox XICBKILLAX Tnoxms C1.11f'roN . . . . . ...... . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer MEMBERS Mary Lon Harder Robert Kennedy Mildred Lunnncrs Charles Adams Harry Anderson Mary Beirne Edna Brown Roy Lance 9:-X William Campbell Slvphcn McNutl fl X Raymond Carlbcrg Marion McMillan Thomas Clifton William Popp Jack Gricshabcr Gcorgo Rose Frank Gnswciler Mary Belle Shrincr William Hammond .lack Thorncll X Miriam Walker X I X Tl-IE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF STUDENT COUNCIL ' Harry Anderson William Hamnmnd N Raymond Carlhcrg Robert Kennedy Q Thomas Clifton Marion McMillan Frank Gusweilcr Miriam Walker 0 'N , , , Y, ' il I I I I I I 1 7 Hammond Cnrlherg KK Brown Walker Mm.-Mlllnn f ' K I I UE :N 1 C 30 o V 134 KI' Y Zgffcifana QIINQQNIYVQTGGQNJKKEVQV I is-"sf . 1' a A' L for 1 K fvxr- 4 if 'O fag 1939? 555 ii 99 0 icy' so . Sz 6 4 W, N7 - A J l 9 ibcral ,Arts Oribunal OFF ICEHS ' X XVILLIAM HAMMoNn . , .............. ...... P resident f 1 ' GLENN Sco1"r . . .... .... t 'ice-President ' Esn-isa Lum-:Ns . . .,... Secretary ' ELIZABETH Com: . . .... Treasurer g MEMBERS I , Elizabeth Cook, '30 Esther Lukcns, '32 V X Rowena Evans, '30 Glenn Scott, '31 A William Hammond, '30 Kathleen Secs, '31 '4 William Leach, '31 Fred Waldman, '30 9:3 X f Larry Welch, '32 f-I X . -if HE LIBERAL ARTS TRIBUNAL. as yet in the Iirst year of its existence, , came into being at the end ot' the scholastic year 1928-29 in conjunction f '- fn with the policy of Student Connell to promote the creation of local gov- -X A erning bodies in each college. xr' As yet in its infancy, this organization has done littleg but with the progress 4 of the academic year the Liberal Arts Tribunal will fnltlll its functions of regu- lating thc activities ot' this college and conducting the local elections. 3 9 an Q . J 3 Lukens Hammond Sees Waldnfan l6e1 r o Scott Leach Evan s XY:-Ich Cook 'N mix 3' it XQDKQZJLGUQLQ QQNQUNNWGQNWKE w ., 0-Lift 9 X 0 0 X 'Engineering Evil: unal f 1 OFFICERS Hfxnnx' Anmznsox . . .. .......... ......... P resident Ennis Hnnsox . . .... ..... V ice-President VERNA Scnuixmmsn . . . ........ Secretary XVILLARD Genvens . . .... Treasurer fx f -Q MEMBERS P- 'S Harry Anderson Willard Gcrvers X Erle Hanson Richard Steves Verna Schumnker Bliss Adamson ClitTord Goldmeyer 7 s 5 4 I fi' HE powers of student government of the College of Engineering and Com- 1 mercc arc vested in the Engineering Tribunal. The Tribunnl is composed of three seniors, two juniors, one pre-junior, and one sophomore. 0 Its purpose is the regulation of student notion in the College of Engineering and Commerce. R 1 l f ll l 1 A .01 t ,lg K Goldiueyer Anderson Gervers Hnnsnn Sehumnker , Steves I . 1 , X P l 1 , N f ff 'X 32 fu V Readme elnetnnmaenngy jfvxf H ,X 0 5Zlen's Erilvunal of the School of lpplieo Iris o'3Qf X 0 X OFFICERS f ' X ROBERT A. KENNEDY ......... . . ..... . . . ...... President I Fnsnnruuu W. Rfxrauntan .... .... I 'ice-President Ricnfmn S. Dmrrnn ....... ..... , .Secretary C. Guxman GILIIEIITSON .......,...... . . .Treasurer MEMBERS ll. S. Dexter ll. C. Leffel C. G. Gilbertsou I.. V. Moser f-X Il. A. Kennedy F. W. Raeuber f " J. H. Koch W. c. Reist P' I f S. P. Kunz G. N. Wallace f-1 X KN 'W HE MENS APPLIED ARTS TRIBUNAI. constitutes the student governing ! body in the School of Applied Arts. It is composed ol' representatives f' from each of thc four upper classes, the Vice-President urting as 'x f l'rcsluuan representative. N A' Its purpose is to maintain student disripline, to represent the students in X '- their relations with the faculty, and to regulate and co-ordiuute the student activities of the school. Included in its activities are the annual Applied Arts Stag and thc annual 0 spring exhibition of the school oi' Applied Arts. fs e 'W WI N -W r f I '- ' - Y, f f Y uf. , I TM I . i kt 5'v- is 1 MJ , ' "" . I , . 'V N lla 4 - f S L '. ,Y . - .,.r ips.. it teen-gimme - 4' I U 'I' V ' ,- . 1, - - 4 1 . , Q o I 'if' " o X 1 N if, T. ,Mix 30 1 3 , , ' I... fi ' l 04 X ' iw is wg. ' ' N .- 4 '-new Y-em'-ref 'f'f"l'L?7f""'q Q " V ' A I l.elTel nt-sm Guhu-mon Kennedy Iiunz I E XVnlIm:e Ita-lst Roch ltneuber Moser f ' 1 I .cp Kiltie. NN GE eegigfh Nfoiill QQEIIIRIQU G1TGN,Qfff6'7f ?5W3iWQ3QEfZ W .. lil w 9 -ur omen s Orilvunal . X l X College of laxpplieb ,Arts Imexsls AMEND . . . .. . .......... President T El.lzAn1aT1-1 Dlzvsmaixux ........ Vice-President fig HELEN Bnmasiz . . . . ..... Secretary-Treasurer f ,- f Irvnc Arcntl Margaret De Camp , Helen Brecse Elizabeth Devereaux . fi' HE WOMEN'S APPLIED ARTS TRIBUNAI. is a student governing body fs consisting of two representatives of the senior class, two of the junioi ' X class, and one of the sophomore class. It deals with all the conditions I arising between fnculty and students, and regulates the student activities of the i women of the Applied Arts College. D 3691 lf Q 4 U 34 4 M 1 fig Xsffspons QDNQGNNQTFGQNXLF A 5:39 o 3 s'Q?le3f 9 X 0 . School of nursing uno Tffeallib v X X , ' 1 OFFICERS G LUCY Goomucn . . , .........,. . . . President, '30 BIARY PIUFFORD . . .... . . . .President '31 Domus XVEINGARDNER . . .... Presidenl,'32 , ft' r- 7 K' X X 49' S GRADUATION draws near, we all seem to leave all inner conflict of feelings. We are eager to break our institutional bonds and to enter new fields filled with novel experiences and exacting responsibilities: yet, we ,. K take leave reluctantly. We appreciate the etforts of those who made possible -X I our opportunities for higher education and we hope our future accomplishments A N ' will he u compensation fur their efforts. X X Luci' GDODRICH, Presidenl, '30 wa? iff I I Gomlrlcll lIulTor4l Wei nga rd nr-r i fog ,ei W 35 Q3 MX e s ,Jig iisksfaimwme Qnhfelsrfrfcgaeifaeiiwfwviffp Fl' tl' 011 ii N , lj-fl x fi' l X .M 1 wx All I Q s :ii X -ll! X i X l + H 11,1 . 5 ,l if Nw xl Xxr X x 32 ,l s V I 1 ll :I l li 'w iz ,W lm: M53 I x W ,- r i . l w ,f NX tx u V X H, X ,HU -, X N 'lt ,J , x x X X x 1 lQ7omen's Stubent Government Tfxssocialion EXECUTIVE BO ARD Fostvr Ocxumu Lukcus Keller Svcs OFFICERS JEAN Foshan . . . .,......... ...... P resident RUTH OEXMAN . . ............ Vice-Prvsidenl liA1'HI.1alaN Smzs . . ....... . . .Corresponding Secretary lEs'rHEu LUKENS . . .....,. ...... H rcording Slfcrelary GEll'l'llUDE Louisa Kxamlert. . . ....,........ Trcuxurer BIIIUAM lVAI.xucu . . . ..,.. ............. C lxuirmun of Vigilance IUARION NICMILLAN. . . . .... Rl'IIl'l'SCHfflIiU0 In Sludvnl Council llU'l'II CUNXINGHANI .....,...,.... Clmirlmm of Junior Advisers EXECU'l'IVli COUNCIL Jenn Foslur Ga-rtrudo Lmmlse Km-llvx' lluwvnu Evans llulll Ovxxlulll lllrlnm NYulkc'l' G0rll'lldn' Bell Kathleen Sees Marlon Mchlillnn Murtlllrct Mlllvr Esther Ltlkvlls Rulh Cllllnlltpllulut liwnlcr Nvvlss Adele llvrtlel' FACULTY ADVISER Mrs, Murjurle Stewart Pulnn-r JUNIOR ADVISEBS lllunelxc Rule Mnry Gillette Edltlx We-hmmm Mary Louise Hughes num ummxnglmm vm NYlclbklng 111-mm Ft-tmkmsu-in nnsum- Uullnulyur Mildretl Eichvrl llulll Llwrlvrs Murgurcl lVhitv Jane Hnl'shbul'm'l' :mu-y Lou lmru-r ltulh ol-X-mm Mm-y Lou Cullum lm-rgltret in-fa Gertrude liollvr Mary llrllu Sllrinz-r Florence lill'kpnll'luk Xhwlhu Davies Junct Meyer llllllvl' Rule NX'ulkcr K1-ller Cunnlllghnln llnlz St-es Mclllllnn Qcxumn Foster We-lss Lukens 36 J 5 i W t 113 571 1 , y S f ff- ' tg-fr-rr, ""' KSN LC 'gli K XVXY, f fa 2 A rc .X 9 KX r 9 1 d ef f at Q9 f . sv? ' ' . Q Pye 9 get J 6 UQ 5 X G J 0 Ebe Senior Class OFFICERS y JACK G,n':uAN . . ........... ....... P resident X Manx' Biamxn , . .... Vice-President f A AILEEN BEIRNE . . . ..... Secretary ' HARRY Axmansmv . . ..... Treasurer ' T HAS been our privilege for the past few years to witness and aid with ,X many of the recent improvements at our Alma Mater. Year by year our ,X f I .4 University has pushed forward, to take its place more definitely as an D' A f outstanding academic institution reflecting honor and glory on our faculty, our f-1 N city and the student body. f As freshmen we were ignorant of the value of a college education, of college life and the possibilities of services to our institution. But fate has been kind K- to us. We look hack on past achievements, and peer into the future with hopeful X K N eyes and strong hearts. As individuals, whether we receive public acclaim, or X in some dreary corner brush from tattered hem, the dust of weary travel, our X college days will forever remain as a bright spot in our allotted span ot' four score and ten. 0 It is with real regret that we leave the campus and daily participation in o 0 student life. May we, as loyal alumni, ever strive to enhance the glory of our nniversity, the University of Cincinnati. N F JOHN G. GAYMAN, President. 1' X f N l J N I D C A l E. lg, ff 4 M , l Gnymun A. Belrne lt. Belrne Anderson K' 'fx I X 5 ff VN at was Q n Q QTFGNXZW' ,, t ,fifth aff as Q are an i fa, 53 ii5iLQ.iEv3QEZ i . by s X 4 flfunior Class ' X orrtclzns f ' y Sxnvutuvs Kuxz . . . ................ . ..... President I MARTHA -Ihvnzs . . . , . . Vice-President Ittanatxtmr Mlnuan . . .... . . .Secretary 0 Rmnann Srlavizs . . . . . .Treasurer N HELPING to further thc constructive work of nur University in the ,f ,Q development of character and usefulness, we, the members of the Junior P 1 f xx class, have reached the tinal chapter of our University life. We pride is ourselves nn thc many leaders we have produced in the various fields of activity. 5 It is our sincere hope that wc have repaid, at least in part, the obligation that we owe to our University for the many facilities and advantages that it has f- given to us. ,X X Stnviaruus liuxz, President. A X f X I t F a a x l X f l l I ! ! , 0 tt-mz nm-ns Mun-r slaves 5 f J X! l x N f rf! Q ' t 38 fx y f I L Ni " Ziliilitziei QBWQNMWEGQNKMV 13:5 H37 3 o3fiiX lQQO meQjL, 0 UQ, . s f X 0 0 Sophomore Class , f ' ' N , t OFFICERS XVILLIAM lfl.-xmusox . . .,.......... ....... P resident Anifzus BEQGEII . . . .... Vice-Presideiil 0 RIILDRED Ross . . . . ..... Sevrrlnry Roiuanr NAU . . . .... Treasurer f -4 " N ' X f 'T HE ideals and traditions of old U. C. are only known by hearsay to those who first enter its portals. It naturally follows that only time spent within her walls will give one the knowledge of what those ideals and traditions stand fnr. If they ure fully understood and absorbed one can see in -X 7 as them only honor and glory for old U. C. and for the community in which we live. X V' As Sophmnnres we have progressed one step upward in our striving to attain X those ideals and have added our part to those worthwhile traditions. In our ' 1 search for knowledge we find the University of Cincinnati n haven ol' endeavor, and because of it wc will become better and more useful citizens and will reflect the glory of that usefulness on our Alma Mater. 3 0 WIL1,i.xxi Haluusux, Pr:-sidi'nl. 'N F ,- I X f l 1 X 1 7 A K l I l 0 1 ' s i, Xt l il h Y l Harrison Berger new Nan ,i f N 1 7 . ' ' 39 f ' I 0 D so O ww MM Q Gus- K Q-2' XZ' f , ' . ' K , KSN 5f ! Kffvxr, me 0' at v ' 'ot yffu 7X-44 . -. - 'HJ UQ J, G X Q Freshman Class O X OFFICERS ' XX CHARLES PATTON . . ................. ...... P resident f ' Mluw L. Hum-nas ..... .... l five-President ' VIRGINIA TAYLOR . . . ,..... Secretary XvlLLlABi Sci-nun . . .. .... Treasurer G X E, THE FRESHMAN CLASS, have entered thc University with no little anticipation. We are not only cnger to obtain au education, but also KZ hope to derive n better understanding of true fellowship. It is not our F purpose, however, to receive without giving. We therefore strive to leave an V' impressive record as to the progressive ability of our class. N f S CHARLES PA'r'roN. X l si ffl ld , .lc A Patton Hughes Taylor Schmid 091 QQ l l 'Tl , fs i QE W k'fsfatooe,enuQQNNsifleni:rfwf? I4 Ghz 'Dormitory Council OFFICERS Fmxli H. Swianxlax' ...........,.... ........ P rcsidenl RAYMQNII T. Bnxusrox .... . . .Vice-Prcsidvzzt XVILLIAM H. C.uu'ma1.L. . . .... . .Secretary Rnznmm L. Cnoss. . .... . . . . ....... . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS H. Anderson R. Dichig J. Helo C. Ruwlmuser IE. 'Fnrtar T. Barker 0. Egolf R. Lohough G. Schultz C. Taylor C. Bravcr H. liiehorst W. Lewis IE. Shznlawulml C. Tullock R. Bengslon F. File ll. Meyer J. Sell G. Terry W. Campbell C. Fonst M. Nelson H. Sweuringon I.. Whiteside F. Curolnn I.. Grantham D. Pcllcl C. Snyder I.. Vllise II. Cross F. llc-up .I. Rosa F. Sweeney V. VV0llford W. Younkers if HE DORMITORY COUNCIL is the governing body of thc Memorial Men's Dormilory. The Council was organized in 192-I to foster various aetivilies of lhe Dormitory men. The membership consists of one representallive from enrh lloor and several members :xl large. Tm-y Nelson In-ngsmn wmn-suns NI-In nm-ker wnnrnrn ,mln-I-sun Sehullz Slmdnwnlnl lmwlmuser rm Faust llarolun Cross Sweeney Lewis Rosa 4I ' J Wfkxli , 'ff H .'1j'f X ' ' f jlfg' 'alll Vx IIILXQMI , . . 'X H X,,y,f, lx., -- f -+I xg 'I If X, VXI I X 9 J 0 9 i 'Ciba 'Dormitory may E 0 . U XX E, f ' 99355351251 3 ry 511-'I Hia gl.: my 0 I i ' A I '4 r- f ,J , X -t' HE DORMITORY KEY is an honorary emblem which is presented each , Q year to men active in Dormitory affairs. The idea of recognizing active men in this way originated with the Dormitory Council in 1927. Since K2 lhnt time over twenty-five men have been honored with the key. Q rf' E E X X ' 1929 DORMITORY KEY MEN i H. A. Anderson E. Frunkewieh J. J. Rosa R. A. Bengsion E. J. Flannery C. C. Tabor , 0. T. Egolf A J. P. Neal A. Tashiro F 0 ' F. Sweeney K' 'X It X f K D a 5091 ' P01 K Eff X J -Q Q - 1 I or Q 1 Ti P i ffl it C?LQ oinetsifrie-tifaonffsrgw eW"fl1.1 69 Q f X 5 f l I N ' J - ' Sv I J, .. ' 4' ifii X fd' -,ll-, -,-N-,,x X X Seqiorg Fil' - X 7 . ' . 1 -I A I vfffx, K7 If f 'auf KG. yfxvyf- K ,NY tff f - X Z- X I X 1 C f ,.. 1 f ' SQ Kb O ' x U Qgirj Ir fl A Qi" A, vii. Lift- F- .-- -Y .t iw-Ag., -....-,. YJ 'NR 1 37 ' X X If ff Q , " --i--- if.. 3 'F , w Xj. ' '- X . ff s ,lf v ARNOLD 0. AIIHAHAM, g ' - IIm.EN Al.1zxANnnn, XB K " ' V ns ' :IDX ' ' 0 Cu.xnLEs S. Amxxs, Ll..B. A'I'.X,EE,fI1AA,TIAIC Trrusurev Sophomoiu- . ., , . cn-ss: clnnnnmmm snuff: 'IME' AM1M4"' fx Nunn-BL Qcglmap-3 gnfmlil 13.5,- 1 0 7, ' ' Of- ll- l 1' f X " nfl 1:1-A11-mhn.-5 Junlm- ZTA f Prom clmlmmng- Frm.- nmn NVeek Comm.: Mu- Muslcal Comedy Cnslg su-nl umm-dy: mam-51 Girls' Glen Club: Junior Conference Delvgntc, 3g Show: lilnclm-rgnrlx-n Club. mls. mn. cmnnmnmn: Student Bond lssucg Mu- : slrnl Comvdy. 4: Sludz-nl Connell: 5: President ,- Mhlwvsl Slumlvnl Confer- -' curl-, S. C., I.nwSvnnl0.G. HANW C. ANDERSON, Com. E. , ' W mm, 22, UAE a nliprkc 2. g:dFr::snunnu 'fl' IODLI Ill Eh i0lll- H' 0"A"AMS' ru 4. sg Ex. con'-u1'4: Q' ' L.E. l:n...p Cnbxnupg cn-up . . Ihmce Cum.: Junior Prom Q Illxh cum.: nm 11.-I.-gnu-q I Chnlrluan Gumhle Mvnmr- ml D1-xv.-g lxuna Issue V cn-mu. f 0 X V lhmlw NX . Axmsnsox, E N c.E. I , Triangle. TBl'I I 1 I - R "C"' Cr ,s Gnu 2. 1 ' XOBER1 AHRENS' 3: Txiack 2?gRg Gros? Cinn- ' LLB. lhxphilnl ,lg 'I'rn1i-k1G2np- I - ll ll -I ll I' llll'llk I! -I ' 0 'blip V 1-ws. E.-5111.23-:ng 'nuan- . , xml: su-den: council: - Q 'I'ru-usurcr uf S1-nlor Clnssg 1:0-Ol! DRUGS Clillllll. . n p 1 .. f I w . ,C ' Dox.u.n .-XLLIOKIQ, MARY VIRGINIA BRUCE. Com. Ii. s 13-S- . ASH, Bm: AOHJ W ' . . -- 13- v .. -' l ,, - ,l.0-Ep Club: Appli-l Arts U up gangxmxfrlf iokplhlggi , ugslllflllliil vurslly , X ' ' . , ' K . . X N . ,I 1 ' ' A -211351. -.212 JN , .,,. A "" ' rm " ' 1 J 43 f ' ' IJ 0 0 443 W Kwxavmg QoNQQNNeiKaQNi.Mff rfn.Qwi1ffffi13Hg,3g3Qwg.f4w:3:5qX be If 0 ?'-- ,li H . , 1, H f ff' , R F y W ' A, Hunmzm' Axnsnsox ' Y . X . , C.E. Mum: A'rwoon,'- ' TBTI Cert. in Accounting h .Dormitory Connell X 0 l . Wfuxrsn Am-man, If-:Q , H ELEN Ensnz AUSTIN, - A.B. . LLB f xx H2113 ' A29 Ni Pumwlxngums: xr f n rs: German Cl h ff, XA, I 1 X X ' EARL J. Ax'Ls'r0cK , Vmmsm Almxn, B.S. B.S. AEN, BFE ASPITFIIUS- Commerce Club. K. 1 N l , Insxs Ammn, L. ,nf vQ5Q3"Qim..Q W W EQ,-!lf?gQQ, ' . X ol 1 If rw X K-1 X 'x 5 U 0 'x 7 ff B.S. ' ZTA E B ' . , I -uzmlarrx AASCH, ' i llglxlzrlwglulgglulkplxl d B.S. K H,..hil'f'ifri'?5l'f' H AAU A. Tribunal 3 .V I Ad f lser:,Gx-eok L' J N Enix Appli d A l vw f I JUSTIN BABCOCK, , JAMES Asxsmwx, N-Eu Y 3 1 b 1E.E. 1 l. S. M. EJ Caron Club. I a J ls- ' Q , I W4 N " ,A ... f YR v I ' " ' ' ' I 'c gawk Lfxigjvgj. Q-MQQQ QBNQGNNQTGQNDM3! M1WQE QwffwXwm QX L - , A H ' ff ,,.. AV.-- ...,v.,. - Y Y.,, ,...-Y....Sx4,1e4f 1 ..-,--, Mg At! YJQNJJQ as if x Q Q X K I 0 ' 0 M. T XX C A B Fnfxxxglliilg-rsclrfki If L. t A 1 s 'QUKIH 0 ffT4 ROBERELIEWLE ALBERT BAUER, bi-X f Xw A9415 AYLJMZXA K-1 X ,I N 1 - , 1 f . K , A H -X K, 'X l.um.1.A Banx S , B.s. X2 XQ I.EoNAgnEB .lx-c Giulia E 0 il Ringo C 9 1 9 fx fx , y VN W if N 1 I Q Huwum BARNETT, lie, HKEQETBH H C gs A. 1. E. E., Co-op 'ig , +5 ,fgi F5 M ' cw J Y GLENN Bu , ,Q 9 ' 1 5 ff N' r o fblfb 4 -N 52 4 ' K L? WS 555 Qn,,M W M wf L Qsgsxqjifgiig QDNQQNNCQTGGQFUMPFV SCT' f f "' " -w 1 A 1 L' ,H ' Uwf - Xb VAS! X.f-'xr' ,fi Og 1 f k Mkf Vg? Q X , V Q u, yuyw 6 UQ W E. ,- ,Y J .1 1 4. 0 . Q. X f . u W Q x 1 ' ' ' .ff . AILEEN Bnrxuxxsy, , .f N Ii.S.l YQ I N , X G'iI7AQ-Mysliz:'1SQ , WALLACE K. BmumN, ' . ' ,T ' ' 4 1 X Nw.-.nn Club:k llmwr- , Ch-11 f shy Newsg Glue Club: f firm-gi aunts: Cinmixhigu- - l I ll I ,' I! 0 0+ A ' ml:'n 'Ntolgrsfmggph Hop 'X' I' C"E" A' C' S' Columlz Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet: K . Junior Slpqwg Junior Ad- . . w vlse-rg Mnigh-nl Cn med y Q Comm. ' 5.2, F BEIRNE, K A.B. ' V 'N ty! XKA, lVIysiic,13 KN 'Qssrrgc' 'k - 1.-.1-f f KT., Gm,,'f.x,gm,h"Hm, ,:,:,fQn'f,z: K.LArmNc?l. BERlxl.Ml:,Xl.R, ,fx f lxnselfmlwswxungnw aux- - Cerl. nn Accounlmg -. "S nr . 1 VKQFI . . .1 V Cnblnvl: Student cm-ndila EveninllC0Hl1D2l'C0 Club- K-I X Chorltidesz l.Hcx'nry So- r 5 elely: I ll n l n r Corner . f Comm.: 'J u n I 0 r Shbwg f vice-P1-mam: of senlm- Q Class: Fr:-slunnn Bedep. Hun Comm. ' 11 1- ' ' . 1 'N K u ' , 1 - 4 -. X E ' 1 i Jogm-H BELL, My . BEN ,BlZlIli0XVl'l'Z, 'B.S. L :LB- 1 9 Qu Q, 9 fx I A 4 IR f g Wx if SAM-IE .fffgx RALPH Bnscunn, f 11.5. A C"-B 1 ' k .. I . - x , , - . i,RAYMoNn BENGSTQN, GEMRUDE BEM, - 'fQh.E. A 1 K In 1 QXXE . N N 1' , " Dornllol' cnlih 'u- I A, I. cf EP ' f Six' Z - 1 4' EZ' H2 . . ' -V-V-5: .1-yg,3.,ffg'. , K J. ff Com. E. - G-MPA. HXE ' co-Ep Club: XV.S.G.A.: Cl1cmL'5-,fllnxunxcrce C l u bg 0 T C H o ' Q Il. . . on nary '59l"'?9l's ' I .. X ,QM W - Siigx 16 L I N 1 7s QQ QQNQQNNQTQQHXQM? 7' "HW" f" " 'Y 7 WTIXW'-' Y'fNTQ 'W 9 f l , ig Q1 , . I 0 1 f W - ' R cnfum Boumi 'v R. J. BINFORD, 4 4 , f' N, M. ,gg ,f 1 Tran. HTS ' A. S. M. E. ' A. I. E. E.: Fencln 0 i f':4 Aunnu BLA X 4 Cl 1? b- f M.E K1 5 , 11311, HT: C vf- 'x K, , N Rf' ' Xl ON Bn. . XX 4 Fmansa .X B MJ? EE I Blx T1311' mg s. xr. 12.1 :une 'r I ll X 7 fn x f 1 gon B S ffm" a A . 3221 ff? R. E. Buswo Fl V I 0 ILS. C B 9 L'Al l' .0 , onthnllz Exllili- Cl In 5 CI t Lf ' f HP ., ' X ul. ' 1 y y urn 5 K QL X , 1 f, ' t 3 LVN I f 4 WXQQUQQ QmMQQNNQwiraQN,fMV s I n w 'XX3 al 0 1l...........i ,, 1 ' ,v Rum' L. Bnoclff. 5 X '- f' . ILS. . ' X ' AI.ETI'IF.A Bnizuun. Amie ' f ' X Cert. in Gen. Business N I ' xx A. A.: Chorllld , Evening Commerce Club tl I ity News: .I l FREDERICK Bmwsn ISERNADINE finowx 7' ,-X 1 , ,-X ' '4 A.B. R.N. 7' -N f X EAP Melody cum. fl X K E Ixl rnuemny Ca n f , " Q 'N K N N V' YV EDNA BROWN, X r , B.s. , Enwfum Blume, Jn. KA 4 T o Sl YIRY c A c u g U Q sn 11 1 c n 0 1 fa 'N ,r x f 4x X I W I ' Eumsma Bnumlzvlsn, IDA M, BROWN, hx A ' r R61 6 3 Q n D0"'R2f"'m" C.:ff1fi'2iTXfE1.2?a'eS5 t as 15 ' A15 Fw - f M 48 Si ff QTEQQJEQQ Q13 NQQNNWQQNLQRQJ A If if 'Q mx ywf Ps' Q 1' X1 0 u 1 ,1 0 " 0 A GISNEYIIEVH C,uwusm11 , N ALICE Bumus, RN. f , A.B. lmlc-Xrhzmiy g1!g::.1'rv?lelg In I Pnleollnguisls. Nursing N W F1iNNEgUFNS- Donowuv CAnm', y KZ N - - . R.N. 1 f AAG ,mn " X f 4 x um u hm: mmm xx may Club: YM c A E! X f- -X K, , X RAYMOND CARLBIERG, S W I ' C.E. N. Y 2 Gimme BumiHo1.m-n ' 'A AB 'Prcsldclul ol' Slullr.-ll ' ' annum- nq-len-ne an lhe Nntimmf Stud:-nl Fed:-rn llon Qopfcrz-nec, o fx 'N 1 X , Z X K x I SHEIQDON CMNIQY, J James CALDWELL, ISLE. Q, nm. A.C.C.,II'1'2 Q K 'xx Y KJ 2 f MONICA Cfwlzxmx ' A.B. G DONALD CM.uouN, Hyrp . o 0 LLB' Y. w. c. A. cis-um. on '-PAKIJ Pulwlxnuumsz Frm. 1. X Club: lnternullonnl ll lu 1 X 1 X Cx eimmu Law nuvluw. tions Club Wvrld Fl lnwship Comm yy S I' QP Y e f C ' f f 2E 7 J ' l Y K 49 ' OYX X10 I ,,,,,, g, ,,,,V ..YW..i..,.-.l,. Y .gn Y .Y Y ,- ,, , Qc l 'X 0 0 K., A, 4 V- ' s 7 Q C1 Q W 1 JW -5 6 w Xi. .six W if X, vo ' X LESLIE Cl-IAINC5 R 1 . ' C , X Cert. in Accounhng v' ORM-FA LAY ,f my A.B. , Evening Cummhrce Club. ' o A ' ' MILDHED CLEMUNS, B.S. , ' KAQ, Blystic 13 f 'V f':4 PAUIJ CHAPMAN, :N f x-X B-S- Q Ml:1s:fnlC8medy Cvuxqvg ' N 7 7 x 0 OIHKI .Q . . AXA- C. 118. 8315111 Con:m.g Jun- K-I X lm- Fx-om Comm.: "Y" ' Handbook. K3 N f' C. 'l'reo1sms CI.llf'l'0N, 'xr K 1 A.B. N , xx! lIKA.EE. IIAO, Ulex lm Cmruc, B.S. AAU Prvslden! of Freslumm Class: Studeul Council 1, 8. 4, 5: Engineering Trib- umul, Freshman "Y"g Supl: Hop Cnmm.g Mummersg Cynirg Prosldlvnt of Y.M. y 9 naossxdfss 9 Q Student Councllg Chairt amz' makers: 32:11 9 f 9 W I I.. aw X fin L A V, Wxnufxm Cumm, I A A W XVILLIUXI CLARK A B'S' , I ' " XA, Ulex " gig MB. 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A211 IRVA CUSHMLN, Com.E. CnfEp Club: Chem. Com- nwrcc Club. . ' 2 ERNEST DELL, C.E. K Mmxx' Dunes, A.B. AXQ, Mystic 13 Fresh Y.XV.C,A. Cnhlncl Glve Club : News Rc-purler M ,l' l Conn-dv Comm us na . . Y.W.C.A. Conncilg Cincin- nndxin: Junior Adviser S1'cy.' of Junlnr Class vm-Pmlaem ur w.s.u..xf X, i1f..f?wfUcQQQlcQfQQ5mfNc1ivle1wiwfwf 1. f 1 mf f 5? Q - ? , x V A fi' 'f 2 , W 'Q LNG A 11 D 94 QW ' BS f f ff Nj XE I 'P I 032 I o M f fxg IA Q X ' 153.5 X N K, , M 115321 11,5 BS l 3 7N gg I, f ,, FW -I NND J .. 4 M . . gk gm-B 6 Q 5 f' DN , Ai U Hifi X elif.,-NE raw! 5' jj, --- - - !6N XNXY, K5 63 KR 6 G9 NEW 'Q QR LP 90' N99 X Ds' ' . X, xl u - kwa ' LJ 4 ff 9 D. J. Dmscoyu. f X 135- . l'Ilzl,nNn EICHHOIIN f ' X Appgxigi Arla cur Sd AJR. ' rp - v 1.-:Isis Jo1::-:fal AFB!! 1 dn-'L Arlu Ball Com A Lou Emlmsow, V, B.S. ' ' '4 Lsomxnn Dua, AFA, THE vfx f X1 35- Household Adminislm- f-1 X En" STAGE' SI.Yfh1S""?f5' f' 1 lm-mn f f 1 K, W N . X X RUSSEL DUNHOLTEIK CLIFFORD ENnsn, C,E. Com.E. o TBII Glre club. D f' L L 'N X 0 , X , X , Vmumm Baum-,, 1 ' B.S. 7 APA, Ag-4516 VVIITLIAM ENGEF., Y Junior snow: w.A.A. Con' In A"mum'n5' C Board: Glen Club: Chorl- , , nl . K l 4 If 9 ' 01-'ro ENGELKL, X B.S. ,: E : 2. .O 1 LAWRB!:IAg'.lA3l null, I thx ' 0 f X X Glce Club: Chen Cl b 1 . Eyimxaluln 'l'c-mug Sl d I ' W - I 1 sg f 4 Ymvx b 5 lslxx QiSflQfbkGUfLQ QnNQQNNcaTaGmNfwif?.1?? L 1 fi f iLf5 -fsxgiflf J 'DVUZ' iC"LwW ! iff - Viv If ff AD? 'Qf7,-XQNCX f V K wx f' NW 3 QISXX1 X FQ -Mew Q f f E' Qibsiwryy A +'gQw2iQ:HffU 0 'ilk kmgg , A MJ Jw v a'ff2?r wg,-533 if 'Wi' W 7 ' W 'W N fi" ' " f " X Y Qi 4 Q ' 1 Q in 9 QE Emi rl X F W Fmmumrn Enrrn F.xc1z,. f f' .' X " ' ii-if A.ll. , X. K mpg I ? ling:-lE:::':m'IS'G X A ' ' 1 l J inr Show. ' f " . A ' ' l Q If ' W v Q2 I 1 , 5, M- lIAluu'NEIl?sTlNn, CARROLL FMRO, Q-xxt MQ j I r f- E 'X' f X f , , x ' .Lnms C. Enwm, X 1 fb A1-gtrilxg Nmm F.xnLl4:la, , ,.1F!':fS::1E'1.Er::::2frJ. Bs' 9 W Q r A E MA Uff,,gi f Kei fff W x Rowmu EVANS, J TQ A.B. f f Campus Club, KAH RALPH FEENEY, I 93 .,Jimi"'z::fx?a'1a,.n'3.:."f C- in A1'vf"'iSfnK- 3 AI 'rrlimmn. A ' " 31 K 5,1 'D M' L N fc ,- , 'f ' Ev. Ewnm- , we 1 T Donornv Fmm. 0 0 f Bs. 01 K 4 -Ep Cluh:Clwm.C I X K 1 club. , nd 51 4 1 QU S AN v f' f'Sig, 4 5525335 Mzmcag QBNQQNNQTGQNWMW s K X, a s w X ' X 0 n f'?4 f F f, Sw? C, Ronam' FEIQTISR, -. ,Com.E. A.C.C., BFE JUIrIA FILOTO, ' - ' B.S. 9X9 , Vursiiyx 'KN Club 3 Jun- ior Adv?ser. 1 I 1 fx Rx Anoljlu Fosnsmn. xx ' Q ME. 5 Mmgllanmlz Eoligws, B.S. .Kb AOH Varsity Art Cluhg Span- ish Club: Socl0l0QyWClub: ,. Asplranls. 3. "S'xiAi3n Fnnn,:Jn.f 1B.M. ' 3,1NEN J EAN Fosrsn, B.S. XQ, Mystic 13 Chnlrmnn of Greek Gmues: Hockey Mnumtcr: Gleu Club: Vlcn'-Prvsldvul of W.A.A.: Y.XV.C.AA, Slulfg Chairman of Junior Advlscrsg Student Coun- cll: Junior Shnw: Presl- nlrut of WV.S.G.A. f ,. J CONSTANT Fox C. in Advertising. 7 RICHARD FBAINE, fC0m AQQC.. Give Clullg A. C. C. -Kfiirimnrus Human, V Viu.. A B V XCAROLA Fnlamumcs, B.S. am K Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: New- lllnh Clllbg YV. S. G, A.g Lens!!! of Women Voiersg Mnsiealy Comedy Comm. Hqygecnrnhlg Lnbarel. 5 ' nxt Rc, f' F JW f1 Q ?' 3 x fm 'N K w u P01 L Y I f 'K 7 X , UM' 56 55 N NN Gi F37 XQSQKQQQ QB Q0 Gaia WDM! 1 w f ,RT X NT' ' I W fsx' k 3 " Ny 'NXT' A fx, Z k, N fxfifaw K t f' 5 9 f , GTI. Q X. cy 1 J 0 Q , x I x, . f gg- ,ffig 7Lk..,,x., H... - --,A, W-. - xf,w Hb -fm 4 -L' I N 6 X X t 9 j N Q ' - X 1. lv f 1. 0 f t 0 -X JQHN G. G,tx'MAN,' ' A , Com.E. ,ff , ATA, EE, AK1I". Ulex 1 X Mustral Comedy Cflnstg X I , S1 sh Hop Comm.: mir- X THEODORE FREX' ummm nl' Sophnlmore Corn:-r I Com.E., A,C.C. Comm., ag xtmstmn com- -- udy Comm.: Y. ll. C. A. llnndbonkg Y. M, C. A. Cnhllmt: Clmirmxul nl'Jun- tor Corner, 3: Asst. Hust- um-ss Itlumxxvr uf Itluslcul Comedy: Chairman of Ho- G tel Vnrslty, 4: Midwest Student ll 0 n l' c r 1- n v 4- tkunxn.: Ch. of llunneenm- int! l'urmlt': Frm-sh Pntnt- ers: Student Director nf 'itll Musical Cilllwtly, Prvs- iclent of Senior Kllnss, 5. 1 X24 Hmnx' L. Fav, bg-N ' M.B. N f ATA NXQN XVENDELL Guxtmx, r-1 X , .Q X . Com.E. .fy f ATA, Alill' 1. ." Y 5 ,' DOROTHY GAg,l.owAY, X f Com.E. . , , , , .X .. xg- UAB' ' Cl.1FFonn GERTI-I, Co-Ep Cllnbg Chem. Com- C. in ACl:0tlt1lil1K. nwrce A Club: Co-op En- gnnm-. chan-man ur un- Q 9 op Day Comm. 0 F 9 W Ip X X gk X NVILLARD A. Gmwmxs, I V Com.E. 0:2 I 0 X 4 IgxN JOSEPH GARDNER. ' E.E. f ,PRESTON GARRISONI LL.B. EAEADAA QI i "C,"X"QC Club: Football 2, 5: llusehull 2, 55 Bus- ketlmll -5: Engineering 'l'rthunnI. XVEIINEII Gnonsoti, I Com.E. t ASH 1 I 'od f x 5 V I f u Lfg9 ft' Q NFQNTGNQIX ,vX 57 flax QQQUQ QB QM Q1 Ca My-P359 51,6 7 - 1 Jfaw f A' "M-'M' 'wg' TNI gig? -- if '75 ' i Qyiyissweqk QF ' ' .f 1. ' " 1" fs Z' Q LBJ HAYM, M LPM ,,-.3 gif , iw W j 6 'Q lv I At l 0 gg fl 0 X J ' P ff, 7 , 1 K. I , ' X G. J. GIALDINI, ' f 1 -' X C.E. K FRANCIS Gm-:AsoN, , 1 smmnm and nlnaeg E13- , Brnune Clvlls: S. A. M. E. r YH fx GUNDER GILBERTSON' Enw.-mn G01:nMm'l2R, lg .4 3.5, I Ch.h. ,fX , ,X AXA Am. max KJ lx f X cu-chan-nmn nf senior C Club: Tr'-Ck 2- K Hop. 3. -I. " 'X X . f - f I Aj 1 X X X Cxrnnnlxla Gol.nsnu1'1r, X ,ja KIRK iTll5lil:1.I.EN, 1IDEEIT.irei6 o polxYeI:'l:rn?fl::il'llrvmgtxcln-gy! v News snnrp w. A. A. 0 Bnurd: .hmlur Show. 0 f 0 f o N I X K , 1 f W N X MARY GlLLB1"l'E, 2 X fn BIS. LUCY Goomucl-I, - L ' 2 ZTA, Arete B.S., R.N. il KA!-3.AAII ' aa Women's Athlellcsg ' K Clnllrmannl' Grcekllallltli ' Pres, of Junior Class glee Clubghmlor Advlserg nf Nm-sing: Mplqdy Club: A lrrnsurer fri A- A-5 Pn-s. nr, S:-nlur Clans or Junlor Slum: Pnesldenl u Nm-slug, , 4 W.A.A. ' V1 w . M ' - Emvfxfm Gnnsucny 'S ' ii ,fm Ctllggxpns Gmnccnm, 1, Y I.I..B. A ' GWACIJ , -. X K 5 Com.li. w ' "fSv:nbbui'd und lllndeg A Edl f 1 C K ,,,k ssl. tor u L 0. T. "'Shleld: Men's Glue Chl! Millthry Bull Comm. ,B xl Po ' X Vu ff txt fix ax Q 1555 Xwifaiimg QQMQQNNQQQFQQWAEZSQW f . f 'DM ' :JW o of WYE. , PYYF - .pda ,Q Y o. 6 ,, T5w fx Q' I --W 75-H:-4 f'-- ---A-N-A ---iAQA,mg .. IQ jjjfxyj f D 1 Qwcfri 0 1 - X L x W 0 I 0 , Y Kg I H . F R - ' . t XX Emgsi E1.noN Gm-wma, 4:22 . . CDB W G. J. Gruxsnmmn, , M.E. ' Dono'rHY GRANGHR, SAE, EE.'TBl'I, fu jB.S. , 1'I'I'E,HAO bi-X ' AZ A. s. M, E, ' X f Cmmu.: Mxxslcnfogglxxgggtz Z1 TN Glrl's Glee Club: Var- Sm.,-,.l,,,-y of -YAM. CIAA. I J sjly Art Club: C-uv ,und vice-chairman or Juniuo f ,K l-own Comm, lGr!?EgAEqg,g.2,11, ginbigf., 'X . . . . s en g u- , dent Council: 4 Cllulrmnn nf Varsity Bnnlrlde. f' X fl 5 ' X r L0U-SoGmSMUC1f- M.xnnAnla1- Games, I Com.E. Els. ,N ,' o M o 0 O I F 0 'N N X f W . y X H f I 3 V L RUTH Gn MM I 4 7 Oscxn Gnr:nNEl1,, ,.A. A,13,l ' . ' AB. . " - . 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HAMIKIERSTRDLI, ' LWY0 HAHROI-U. 13.5, ' 13.12. 1 l l f l 1 , .W K Lkky , l .- Wlnugusr HAMMOND, A.B.g W l AxA,2z.4:AA,uAo, -A ,f' fTKA.HAlQ I U l U ,5ggg:vg,e,f,:','Pf,,g'g4,.:',:-,gg 1.84.11 m....Y, ' 0 l Dchate'CounciI: President , Clin A , Fveslmmn Law Class: 5 X , l President Liberal 'A ns A , I X Trlbuunh- Student Conn- ,V ell: Fresh Pnlnlu-s:': Milf - " P l 4 sieal C 0 lu e ll y , Cnmmlg ff 1 :E F Bond mme Gomm.',.Mum-4 5, .E ' mex-aiu, Ge n 1: v ag Hllpvyi' Crfligklkiunuxxtry. Y - .VJ A r ' ,HA ' " ..Qg.--:'i.,,...,- ,." N '5 .1.i.,,. .- ,.i. L N V 60 X sig, A ' 9' If X 3 0 L o 1 EDWIN IIA ' M.E. 1 xx I li Q En! h 1 D If 1 F 1 I c 1 nn? r' Q K, XI X ll c H ,X Q -4 RN ILB Z, X C :mu 14' 'NX K, 1 ll uf A N113 X, V U ATA X , I H 3 B S 1 f' 'X if fm x J , l Il Q S H K B 5 -,Q M 9 W , , . K rf .431 msg?-f w5 ' ' 61 Q Lgflggb XMQQFZ Q19 QDHNQUNNESTUGQNMAMV ,M l xl mam? pgilgg A M su J J ' W9 I X .X I gi " , , N .. l ff. 1 il, Islm,l.vn.x,lz llkfivus, sf X LLB- ' IUARIE lImN'rz, f ' ' AXA, 'PAA M,B, ' Unlverslly News Smlf. W V V ANmauas1a Hlws, A.l3. GEORGE HF.x.MEn, ,V W ,R XQ, llystic 13 c. in Marketing LX 1 -4 um-k Games- Mum- , . 5- N ,Mraz N e W S hcporlnri Lvenlng Commerce Cluhj x f Clnclnnallun SlnI'l': News C h 3 5 f Ill K U 'if SDVUIB f-1 X smar- clmrnlm-r .1-mmf DBMS: Nnlmllfl' nf EW- Kl Qdxllgr-rgl:.Ilvrnugyk5n6lfilyg ning Baskelball Team. f un nr uwg . '. If . xx f- V .X , ff XV lluru HmmMAN, 'W Sr Z Wn.I.l,xM l'lmlm.xMv, B's' ' I LIMB. ' Y. W. c. A. Conv:-nllun N ' .... ' un or v ser: Junlor Slxow: Kindergar- Q len Club: ul-nrunm. o fl Q 5 xr X ffl ,X l-lnman Hmnxau, K, I 'NS LLB- SELMA llmmANN, ' l f v CIPAA Ch.E. fl unsemum-y clung Mu- 'PAL CDXE S an slv Club: Glu-mlsls Clubg 1 , l're-Lvmll Club: Clneln- Edllor Qol' C0-np En- ,mu Law Ihwqcw: New.. alum-era A Llnclnlslry Com- ly 'I gum' Club: Law School llll2l'C0 Llllll- 1 t'llIl C. l 1 N .1 W' :L 1 , 'll ,Ax X 1 ELIZABETH HERIINSTEIN, K B.S. 'I o MARCUS HEIMAN, M9 Q he A.B. mne Temu: Y.w.c.A,: A llhemlslry Club I Gr:-ek i f l 1 Gxinlev ullonzihgld Ad- ,I X C III ll I FB OH ll . N ll dl' ' ' l I X Fx' X LJ C f- fm - W 'fl 35 62 4 N' F' X x f 6' l ' X 1 ' y - ,mg W, Y,Y. W ,, , ,.,--..l-, - aim, W-. V- xg ' jf f 'N - lk X99 Jw pgffig Q l FW 4, ,,,,,,- ,, V ,VW 4 I s ff X Q , V 'f Il ' ' -X 'E I sg o M 9 H ff. X , v X , lixulu' lllass, X . A.B. ' Girls' Glee Club: Chex lslfy Cluh: W.A.A. ff, lllcmum l'lll:s'mND, f XX M.B. iw l X I LENA llowmmll, A.B. ' Campus Club. ALMA HOFFlVlEIS'l'Ell A.B. W.S.G.A.: Greek G if 1 CN N f" X ?' 3 1 W! Rixx':uuNn HILSINGBR W. F. Hoovsn, B.S. A.Bl l Q 6:3014 RI' 2:93, H Hagar-Tennxx: Blu: mul Q A u Sl n' 9 F Q N . qi! 9 , xl X A f X 'X ' MILDRBD HAUGI-x1'oN 2 I T .f J ALVINK ll-loans, f 'U em Akai blNewLs SmlT: J u l XM fa , 'dsl f 'Ll' 'fm TN L 111 ,f N K ALICE lluHNEmI,n ,-1- .N t J. R. HQEKSHMA, B.S. ' .L , O9 V c.E. AZ 9 A Bfuuxne Civllsg E gi 1 ci, Club: sn I 1 X K rs muh. cl ,, I A w l al wi l W pl Q --Xl Eff fl Q f X 63 l A Xi Sfrflgjw Q Q PFWQZ l wk LW l X7 E4 ll lv l ll J . ,j X21 Q23 'Sax ,. X y Lx K' , xmiikn M W 5 is If X 'Q a lg . A X Do , f Cn uc Hy- 4 , xl rn. 6 X , f K , 19" , 'N K J F , T H HEI!Xj,lf S vfx Q f XS sf K f N 73 X 7 , I ' 5 U ,Z N, - 0 f"X E 1' sv, 4 4 1 1 bf A Q K ' x 6 , A ws. 0 span, Q V5 f ,a11 + I gg W Wk Q . E55 , Eff 64 X aw wQQNNQQifQaMMf X TW- '-"f 1 M kiwi Q- W A xl QW v il MJ . 1 . 1 qi Q0 If 1 I, X mi. E IB ' w J 1:3133 EDITH A J N l A B 1 ' W.s.G..iAi,, 'C-Xt' X . aLfg.g-Stiller Yr' x ' W 1 EA 1 X f X 0 I H g C Juuxxn, S 9 bmggjcixnllm am ! X Y f Q Y K N T F All PAUL Knans, 7 ,f . f,,, Ac PI X kf: g.'n.R Cphsc i Q I i:hJE N Lom4.'r'rA K.xssm. i 64 as- ' 5? --l-U K E rf' s X9 QL 'B gg Wig. , , 65 4 N Q 'wx F1 P, ,, ' X-il' ,Q My ' - 'if 1,12 35 W Wf Donor!-ll' KEXTING 1 EN ,su , WG . L' f 'L XX AB- Roy KILE, , r AZ p B.s. ll lclllllnllnn Sllllf Lolllge KEXQNEDY, 1 F K ' l3-5- RIDLON KIPHART, f.:1 AXS2, THE C. in Advertising. f:-X N f X5 League: iff Vvomqn livcnlnglirllllmcrce Club. f! X Votcrsg lliouselmld Al , X mlnlslrnfinn Club: il-L A f K I Errllzumgg G eek 1. 1 UH Ol' 10 f- 'x ff 1 ROBERT KENNEDX ' V N B.s. l , N ' L'Alclicr. Enyvm Klsxlsll, ' .xppllea Arts Trlbuu 1 C- in Advertising- Glee club: cllau-mlm or Agn Ilenux Arts Ball: Presl- o fl x pr Applied Am Trib- 0 Q ll: Applied Arts Jour- 0 'N S 'ff l N j K I I .lulllv KIIZSSLING LAXVliElXjE' Kl.lalN, K l ' "CU: C Club: Bas:-ball Q-, 2, sg lmkellmll 3 4 91 J . 1, ' l fp! l , fl H51 , ff , ,I ' V -1 AQ ARTHUR F. KNOLL, 9 l Q CATHEHINE Kll.coYNlz L B-S' Freshmen Football: Dor- lf nmol-y courlpllg A.l.E.ls I X V h 14,391 in l 4 l ff' .N - fifimw f ff 7 1 yt' N X , 1 -..- fl 0 X 'Z ,,4x O'M 'iii' H' ' l v -f W iv il ,pl 5 lg' ,f X ' vuh F Q' f' 3 Q M 2? 39 lxxpppbppxhffgxp W-HW, K ,W XXCJK v, Xl N'f2'fQQQf3"2,:bkvQ.4xl Y l TH sf ll X wi M 1-:TA Krzunn, A.B. AFA NX S.G.A.: News Sl ll' F k Game-sg Vigil C Chulnlsi Y Cl b BERNARD Kumi, C.E. Newman Clulxg B CI ll Luo Kulmluslamum Ch.E. I-Iveulng Commerc Cl b Inwm Kama A.B. ANTHONY KRANES, C. in Accounting. Eveulm! Coxnmercc Club. JOHN Knunosn, M.E. BK ROLLIN Kuannansn, B.M. EAP. GX Jour: LA Ezlcs, A.B. MARGARET Luxsnwr, R.N. Melody Club. Munman LAMMEus, B.S. AAG Glee Club: Klndex-Bar! Cl h: Student Council Agasfw f 1 , , - f I iff' ix gl Du 9? gf, 9 V 'N ff QQ, J' 1 en .2251 lilwf? 3 ' Qi!! ,f X 33 ' Q51 '- 1 K' ,fffl l bk 11 -C V555 a FP l 557597 X ,J UW X f FQ I-X1 fu yasx uu +i' Q' U Yi L., J K .- . 3 A 'K J V, 4f"'5-- jg f fi? fi? .fN'Nf ff 5 9 ' 5 3 KQ Q QA A 9 " ' ' Q f' ' bm ' " X V UQ N .- 0 V L .. Cr ,W W K Y 7Xk.5x 7 Y E 1, f X o f o , v I " ' ' 4, fi . 2 . E ' 1 li f' f ' ' X ' o p . I o NX ' 17 5 ,., ' Q, JOHN H. LAUB, ,' . X GLXS. LAMREN5 QK f LBS' f I-'guns C4Cll:lP: :ngthagl ,.. :P , , ' TBC I ' Track ilmnader. ' f J V DANIEL C. Lwmawcs, K V, U .LA K l Com.E. 'ff " .f . EX I ' ff-:1 CHESTER LANCASTER, Mummellgsg SLEE.: Mum- f C"m'E- 332. Coq 15..m"EL",Xi.f? x Co-opccs inngtg Co-01? ' Sl 0l'l1ID.' R110 91' 0 X Selmer Plug: Fx-eghmnn Reception Comm.g Bus. Mgr. of Mummers. f- E 1 -x ' 1 x'- fl VANCE Lfxym, 'fx Hunk IEAYXF' A .A.B. Q ' ' . 1 B91-I X- E-NDA, Mystxc 13 . Freshmhn "Y" Cahir-el:X . w. s. G. A.. League of Junior Corner Cvmm-: XVomen Votersg Greek Gamble 'Memorial Drivug Games: yV,A,A,: play Day Chnirnmu nl' Huh-J Vur- Cummg V1cc.P,-gaidgm pf o sim F-rush---en Week W.S.G.A.: Junior show Comm.f U A Comm. I 9 f ' , K fx 9 ff 'N ' 1, 5 X jf, :W f ' 4: U 1 r I ' ' l5hIZABE'l'Il I-AQUEf11k Momus LEAv11'1', 0, f ILS. g"' Ch.E. K EAI C laurnxitory Cmmcilg A. I. rf Ti w iff 9 R ADELAIDE LASKY. Rum JANE Lan, 0 w 'Q B.s. B.s. I K " Sum-Ish Club: Pnlw- Glen Club: w.A.A. f linguists. . W r' X?-U 'Q Fkx ,A X f XMQLUQQ Q9NQGNNc2iFQQN,wwM AHLQQA NWWQQSA ggi' Qin -l ,a5?'wu . y X e , e Y 0 f r X' ' , X 'Q IVIARTHA LEEDS, X A.B. llcnxlle of Women Vol- ersg International Reln--. .f llons glllubs Greek Games? , RICI-IAllD.LEFFEl., ' P --B S. , f fx V. K 1. y ,, f' Q A.C.C.,,,Scs,rab, KKW' X, f vmni'An..na- Vanity Ari cm ':, Applied 4.41-ls f F Tribunal. , ' j X ,- K K 1 XX Ff! I Rfk ' Smmav LEFKOXVITZX A.B. f 0 X W , XVILTON LlM:sAcH, Ch.E. , D L, Q' 4, KO ,-X 5-Q 'J A.C.c.. AXE Glee Club: A.I,l1h.E. i '. C. T. l.lNnm.oM, ' c.E. , . IKE X ' ' Q fx . , I1 ,Q ,v 5 -. . ,I -vu 4 ,, N is + ' v, NANCY Lou LINDSAY, R.N. ' AAU Melody Q Club. VIRGINIA ,Lls'r, B.S. ZTA Greek Games Comm. 5 M Orchestra: Gl e e Club: Y.XV.C.A. Cabinet: Musical C d C l H h ld ?f ome y as : ouse n ii Admlnlslrullon Club. W Rkx Lououun, ' Com.E. - W Klillf , A Q Bangla Orcllrslrnf Dor- I mllory Council: Gumnzercr Club: Vllrllnnef- Comm. RUTH l.oNn, R.N. - AAU Melody Clulx. IVAN Lovrrcl-I, fC.,,.iil Advertising 5 K.. 'T .' .ff N. '- 1 x f-1 x 2' l 5 u l W7 Vs- Sq if . f u ix A 69 fu lx l qiE'Si?i5fUCCl.Q QBNQUNNCfHT6QNiiF?'?4f 5 wwf vajfffg qu fi XQ uv' QLM if v ' r qi? b ,N -fi fry xx lf W 4 0 f3 lwn 103 I ne? ,s Q QL -X GERSON LOWBNTHAL M.B. Enwm Lvnwxu. A.B. Spnnlsh Club. JOHN Mnmoms, M.B. Esrx-usa MARTING, B.S. 1 4 Aucs MCCAFFREY, ' B.S. Newman Club: Greek Games: Spanish Club: Kindergarten Club. MAm' Aucn MCCAMNBY, AB. Pnlenllngulsls: A 5 p 1 r- ants: Nnwmnn Club: Ln- Clrcle Frnnuula. ELIZABETH McCov, R.N. Melody Club. JASPER MCCLURE, M.B. HKA, AKK T. E. Mcl..uN. C. in Advertising. MARION MQJMILLAN, A.B. GCIJA, Papyrus, Mystic 13 Greek Games Comm.: Vice-ln-es. ol' Sophomore Glass: League of Vloxnen Voters: News Stall: W.S, G. A. Exrcnllvu lloardi Clnclnnnllun Slnlfi Y. W. Cuhluelg lllnslcnl Comedy Cumn1.g Jnnlor Adviser: Junlor P 1' 0 ln . Conxnng Pun Hellenic Presldenlg Secretary of Student Coun- cil: Ex. Secretary ol' 1930 Mnnleal Comedy. 3" lf g X Q U 0 l 'W fm 1 1 K F ,W C uf , wigfef 70 Lfwifggmb NWMQQCQQMQQNNQFQQNQEW 1:91921 J l3s g,i7"i'v M' A iff? N?T 'g:f H- 9l7 1 Q KJ. X k if 5 In Il L , N Xf , -1 fffij Q L-A NE5 fl Q, , M, H ., ,v,,, -, ,,,,,. ..-,.,i,ki-Y4Zc .VF Q , mA,,,F,Hi1' "'fg-N T1 M! X 0 l . J f 1 I ' , gl 1 N C1-unuas MAcN1s1-1, Hoxvmn INIERNIMAN, 1 K X C.E. A.B. ff A French Club' lnlerna X llonul Rulallml Cl l ' Y Spanish Club r fx NOHMS SMEIER' VIOLA METTliHhlClI F 4 1 f -4 Ageie AJ3. FN f nxv.l.mx.g mmm- sm-w gggggfieknngumfuc uf g-I X , l" EH. . ll I. f- -X f N ' W XVILLIAM Mr-zmn, X X LLB- ROIIIEII1' Mnvsn, Y A.C.C., 'PAA C.E. Pee-Hgal Clljb: Fresh: A'C'C' , f 9 .:""'. ' Q . if 0 0 I 'A 'N N c 0 T x f f A N K Flux. MENGELKAMP, V1 1 ld CQHLE, DoNAl.n Mn.x.nn, .4 C, Newman Club. B's' K ' 1 x l 4 P I W , , Ill.mCm.LA lllll.l.Rll, PAUL MERREl.l., 13.5. M.B. AXQ 2 EAE, AKK fs: lil 'W I ,. X Gl ls' Glee Club: Axpl l Klndergnrlen Chl: 1 N N E fn! l Qing QQNQQNMQTQQNWQQ-g'f? r'-"- "?Tf fxfy " A W .-Hx ,f ,, l.7,fV'N- ,f Xqyfif j U ., - ,Lg L U, !,g f'-A Y .fvxu r f ., fffb' X4 Xp -.J k . 1 E. , YS,fx5,m.- Q 3224-.. . 'LQ l .' rf X . 4 9, V I + 0 0 . f . 9 I i E I A 1 " sT'm"EX3l9?BUs' BEN MOSIi0XX'ITZ, f ' If X X A841 I H U A.B. f 1 , Delgntinl Manager. I hula iregmslubf Bnskd' 5 W 4 ' BAXTER G. Moons, X, C0m,E,' .lmsnas P. biguu., ' fs. HKAQAEU fx . HKN, 5' . f S QQLEQ "14,i5'.i'3!wi?.i2iEi smbbard anti Blade. ,-1 x . nnugerg ewxgfnny I D Q C ll: D U f , Ef.Z1'!l'.Z5T'Hi'A.f"..:..?'?-!e2..,'?- H1---7fT"Kv:-W?-E.H. ?' 'N I :lon Comm. fx X 5 ' H W ' 'X Dnmrrnv NICHOLS, X F 1 X Juum Moons, ' 135' ,I Bi ' AZ q - R v 'f9'E'T"Tf GTK 2'i"'?M o mndbmm-lm muh' nrlllrln' 'Slnlglr liousxom D i ' Admlnlslrallnn Club. 0 f oN W rx - f n K X A . J Wxu.1.us1 NIBMAN, f N Humax Momuzss UDB- . f A .lm A BUS. ' AxA,z:z:,qw,xA,11A1':, 5. 0, Wrestling Team: Foot- Cmcmnams' C lv-ll Squid- Edllor-in-Chief of uw Universily News' Bus. Mgr. nr wan 'Musical x 1 cz.-nwuyg Fresh Pmnnfrs. . - ff X? , Ja Pg, A QM Em DWIGHT Moolfl-IEAD, 1 S IXE, HTE' Sc-abbnrd andfBlude. n.o.'rQc! Shield: mum- mersg Musical, Conxedx Cunnnv Cadet Rtglnxenin smrgnlxllenry mu mmm. N OswA1.n Nonms, C. in Mvuh. Eng. I .1 . f 73 1' 72 at ogfflnj Xm.mmQ,QmNQQNMQifdaNfaMV gm ,f C I X o f C if .1 , .- 1, Q 6 u' 0 A X Grsonun OmuucLmN, CAno1.1NE 0sw.xLn, f ' K ME., M,Sjf C. in Advertising. f TH-ngle. Evenlng Commerce Club. 0 FRANK OWENS, Jn. LL.B. SDH, EE, 411515, UAE f':. fa .fl W. 521 , , I :Q C,- l091 it Lum: Onmus, B.S. KIYEM CORDELIA bum, X' B.S. v ZTA. Chemlslry Club: House- hold Admlnlslrnllon Club. MARY G. OLIVBRJ' B.S. ' THE Household Aa. cum. A Cuwus Onumx, C. in Finanve. "Cn: G Club: Truck, Soph. Hop Comm.: Vlgll- nnce Comm., 25 Pres. of Junior Class. Student Couucllg Execullve Board of S.C.: Vnrsliy Bout Ride Comma Ass., Editor of Cinclnnullnu, 3: Musical Comedy Comm.g Chair- mun of Freshmnu NVeek: Student Couucll, 55 Editor of the Clnclnnnllan, G. MARGARET PALMER, C. in Gen. Business. r Evnnlm: Commerce Club. DOROTHY PAssMouE, BS C 5 RUTH Pmxxzn, A.B. I C Q qggifdii Civ? QIBNQGNNGRTFG X 1 PM V QQ 0 N o E- A ,: 1 H f , if f . X P , X S P 1 ' M P gn, MB RN V G K 1 P ,fx L ALYN'PARTYMlL .,n, f X'-4 B.M. V PAUL PFEF 'C-X N f K AEI. ' 5,1 Com.E. fl 'X ,- V nnmm PAYN ' X 4 , A.B. f xx fl QU X E P C' M kt 3 gkynlcg um s , 9 Mummersg Women's De- C M 'N o 0 o X F R , I iw f Wx N 7 Jo!-IN PnNbfziQ41gk,-,, V l , 03 E I MARGARE1' P R .N Com. -. ' AKll"', BFE " . -"v AG gs "Q, id W C' E 'ffl t 3 -,Univek-sity gan - , milory flaunt: i. . . .. , :fav ' ' f' W 7 'C 1X M v - A QQKJQQ QQNQQNNQCQQNWZPQ 1 r fiffj -f-Hf32?ijf1.f ff -X Cm L vii. , Q, X ff. fqmaffc ,f N 'WT kj iw 64 .m,:.4. Q .... . ... . .aw X7 A ' ' Q E 3 'L' 'fw r U 5 - sx ix 6 ZA R. E. Pnmxsx, X Q ' 1 j M.E. . .of JQ 1x1:,n'r: Q hi X Scabbard and Blade. i, .Y X n.0.'r.c. Shield sum Fnsn Ihxm-:mm f X H X Military Bnll Comm. Bs ' , Chairman Cadet Omcers - ' 1 Ball: Clnclnnnllan Stall' R.0.'l'.C. Reglmenhxl Staff: ' Vice-Chnlnnau Freshman N . giY.f:':..mf:.2W.g.:gz3fg! Q smxag -X.S?M.E.. ' ' A' X V . I u IIN CnAm.ns POTTER, f 5 Yi ,"24 CILE, Glanrrr, RAIDT, ,T f Q xx EX, AXE M3- KJ .N A 1 cl-.E. f r H BN 4 . I f- X 5 fl 1 5 XX- E XA EHNA POT'l'H0l'F .huns RASIIHH1 . u 5 AB. 13.15. YK 0 9 I if Q W E X V' M W N JOHN! Pmcs J 'KT V X ' 1 ' ' A Lu . wdk M.B. J. H. REBER, U 2x,AKK Mn. Q I D' V W ' .61 L f. i MERRHIEIFIETCKMT HEIIBEII1' lhaunm., I 3 Unlverslty Band: V Cnm'E' X x ally Orchestra. I M ' ' fp 7 'Fw If-7 YT wg fl Y , 75 Y v V -K JD H..-. f,-f-M - 4- ' ' " ' 1 7 X4 ff? kwa' 5 . JQADX M x - EQ -- . f QY?'?lWC'5?X M945 ai? Ja, l l Q,Igf??2"'-ESQ? 0 ,, 1 , L , R. E. Rmciqswr, , B.s. l 0 f ' '4 Cm.lA, Rem, f XS A.B. A' M x 6 xy!- X Vmclsm' lfE1"rln,XQ A. I. 1-1 E. K' Q , 7 VIRGINIA Ml-IODB, j A.B. 99 m2l'?,?'l"'2'lX3ii'.in.?'fEl.'fl,2 1 A Newmn cum. 4 L l L. V DTVID L J ,535 iff b E.E. X TBH, EKN "X Gnwmunn Rmmuon B.S. f .lorm Rnixmnun C.E. A.C.C. llllle Team: Glcc Cl l Cnflnuzs RIl.FA?i B.S. ALFRED R1'r1'BN, Com.E. A.C.C.. AKXP' Scabbarxl and Blade. n.o:r.c, Shield- cmm mlm-g Reglnmmenlal com- nmnder: Cade! Colonel: ommr sau Comms M . mry Ball Comm.: l'a-lump r II.0.T.C. Sl lem. Jour: Rxvnns, I l.I,.B. if ,TN . KJ 3 5 ll K 6 fan Lgx if L f Xu 'M Q QQMQQ TG N X YX 76 9 Ks'-.mam NMR ea WW W K s M i 6 if M4 ' X STEl'EN HOIQLLINGISH, FANNUQ, RQSENTHAL, f ' K C, in Markeling. B.S 1 Evenlm! Commerce Club. Kindergarten Club. B ' : ll a, Dono1'Hv Rnlzssrllaxx, MNLZY3 UM N , U-5' AAAJKA, Mystic 13 F fx OH 'N f V -4 - . . bd f R ff X Y.iV.l1.Xfg Leaglne of Wo: Women Voters: Junior ' X mm vmers: lumleranru-n Show Comm.: Debnto K uhm. griuncllz w.s.G.A. Cunn- ,.,- -X " N ' Gmnvs RUMPLM1, X lluwfuw HONSHEIN, B.S B.S. AXQ, l.'Al0llL'l" Girls' Glee Club' Chor- g tsiismurzzty Af' mf 8 fl 'N Nl X f l K ,' , Jos!-:vu RosA, H , GH' Cmn, 6 9 mf:-fm,f'aa's::.a.,Df',:::.i: B-S A In-mn cum-fxl, Q ' if E. R ', I W MEQNIOSII Fmncxs Russxu., Q AAl'I . A-B 51 an-may cum. 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Melody club. 1 0 , K Mlmnmis ECHULZI ' fi x TIEHQI V Hlmm: SEMLER, 9 ff f XX Aspmmu: U-me an ME' L-TN K. 'Y td 1 lfgggxy Efb h H BK ,J Rille Team: Glec Cl b f x X, XM i I 'N 4 Rav gCHUi'LEIl, S' C. in Advcriising, f ' o Evening C ex-cc Club. HARvEgE?HALEa f 0 3 1 X 'X N5 My 'I'1-tin-ms S1-umuzv, K I RALPH Scuwlua, A-B' ' f g - AJS. AKE, AKK A 363. 52:2-zzz: C0 X JI s.Preuident of Senior W i x 1 fzglw his ' K QM , 'RUTH lkLx3TN?cHw1Nc, JAlVIESN?HER15iAN' A Q cn' U.. -B- M I d' C' 1' -DKT, AKK E F- fifxx AR-5 ,f A so Q 1 F KYB- Y Y . B , f W 03 V1 5 uf ,iff QM ,- 1 ww QDNNQG Q Lf f Q XQSM,, gbxwwf mu, g YW i J A . i -Jr Q-sie J?f N? Sid ff 3'EYL 'G 3 MQHQQQ S591 6 UQ XJ, Wig! 1 - , 1 Q15 E 11 gf ' X Y 1 11 bfi? . x S,m.x A 111111: Silgqxwnzv, 'xi' E.-B-N-ff . 11.1 -.A 1' - 1555 - 'TQ' O . ,i Trix f 1 Q 5 ffiiiimfsuoon fh ' ,B.S. " 15. K-:Q .h QTAK 2 'V 1 1 , 1 f w.s.G.4xLf an-613-C lilmlrrgarlvn Club: Y NN E 1' x. 1x9grfl.1 - f- ,X 1 Y K 1 H NN , N X , ,X 1 NATHANIEI. SHANILN' AJS. u ' Q K. V . ,K . ., 0,1 IR rj. I 7 Lomax Sxxsrrmmnx, ' M.B. D IIKA, AKK A 1X V51 llonn1gui1l1grsoN ' Q W ,X ,N Q 1 1 I ,N ff 1XBg1j'rx' Sx11z'r11u11s51', A ' 4 B.S. ' 1 f K Arc-lei I. W.S.G.A. hoard L ' Jn I QI S 1, V HA1uu1:'r funn, 'I' ' B.S. mm cum: lilnzlz-rgn 1 1 rum. sk A 11 . JAMES HENRY SM111-I, 1 - -1 I:E.E. fx 11 1 luvuss H. Smrn-1, , E.E. 9 Acacia XVXLLARD SMITH, . B.S. 0 If V x N S 521 C 'N Y 1 fy X' I iii Cl 811 Q Q? QMQLU Q GINQG 0111121 l - M 90 O My A . l 1 6 UA J 0 ,Ag , fl I 57111 J' XFNNX 1- .: EQ N X M 1 , U 41 1 NX l ll -,KN fl 'fd HRX! LC' X LA.B.f if Ngqi-:ous Sgumiz, , Nvasfxlilmz fililrautsg ' :C-E' V' Leagnp lol' Lwonunlngwofersl A if l 1 'P 0 1 ' Y ff ' -. A -1 . 1. . , l Ia , Cx 5 , X L! ' xff' ryqgf' Q Jr' gl f -'Al 1 X24 V 2f'fQQ'l.I ff ly T Vlillill. Smixqcnn, P L k Rl31lfH.,SllIQfH yu if - 1 VME, - f Q4 ,ff A, s. xuji.-' 5 X 5 411+ I f I ' s f ll l P 5 in l f' Y 5 .x . 'N K E im 1 - N " .F ' lx ' Q. . X J EDRTH S011-IN, X23 , I ' A X 1 HA-B-S V. Langue nr women vom.-'x ers: Pulgullnlulsts: Inter- 0 nnllm-ml 3 Relating? Club. j DAVfDi SPONSQLLOR, ' X CE J- ' gs lik.. V fl l jf? l 0 xx N QA Y lf 0 fs 1-A X' q:!i 'N 5' ffl 2?.f,g,'Q' "f f Q1 I X NLQE fx ' 2 N- .ls .X xl , K I .,, ,. 1' " ' . L gli L. 1 3 '. ff, W A . H g l l G-wi? g A B-S- l l ' ' V ' ',,, W K . l :,, 12: Q - l ., ,X 4:4 '111 . V W ' View 4225 ' 1 WQ'1l .. f .1 eff' 5 l ' N 5, 1 , - w , '5 w f'- : " ' ' El ' , L ., 53 Ml., , 5 XL F W1 Q ' i ii' 5, Ll 1 5 ,' ggQj, 5i:'ELonx:NcE STAN'snum', 1 ' fi' 1 3 '41 41' I ae Hz' 'z 1' O 1 A SMM l , I fp' 1, La 2-E 'V WQBQQLLXWXLV VJAQQ Greek Games: . --1 - - AX If 323-1 QM gal Relations X 4- -,ff Am. M Cl h. f . l 1 'MTQQQST' ff. J .. iQ ' 4g,:i:41,. n ,, f7Af:Er'2if 4 ' 1 'f ' X f'j:1"z2g FI g,,1f'9" '??" j" V x K ffl? "7" ff Y' V A, ,,.. 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X I.1l.LmN VVEIQMQR, R.N. W A EEFNICE Wallis. 2 A.B. 412: Unlvcrslly News: Aspir- unls: Greek Gaunesg Lller- nry Soclely. K Asumvm XVELSH, ' ': 0 X B-S. 'A 4 X . ,xxx 1 . ,H , Pi-qligiehe nr In-Dsl. ma- 1 len! 'Clggsz 7 X . Lf h I A ,Q , . "QQ: f 41 f 1, . jg, XSQLUQQ GDNQQNNGQTGQNKFQQQJ ll . I I X NY X ' Cknvix Wunmsn, X ' Elf. 'rBn,nKN j. f Ky .I- ' ff-24 XGAGE YVETHHRILI. 'M.B. ' X? ::X,AKK Z- I f, 3 I I , 7 IIIEIN.-mn XVE'l"l'ENlil4l Cert. in Account ng Evoqlng Cnmmerc Cl I 9 , Q K I C I . id g Ramsar Warne, i Cert. in Accounting. Ex-enlng C mnxerce Clmz. I .' I 4 vA'- ' A " f, ' xx 1 ,- -. I ' C.E. ATQ Louisa NYHITIE, R.N. I Indy Club: Owl Cml. WHITNEY, E.E, TBH. IIKN A.I.E.E. A DOROTIIIZA NYILLIA . AJS. I I , W1l.l.uM NVISE, Glsbnmm xVHI'l'E,. .ff F f , 1 P' 1 rl X F' Q X o 9 'N 7M I Ms 6 r od ' X I5 ' ' I K I 9 " ' ' I M.E. 0 , Tsnmnn Wnmuwx N 1 1 gqqrl ff' zA'B' mr. 'rrl-sum 'ng Y I Bnsebnll 2, 3, I ami-gt: Clmirnmn of an I 1 , I . . 1 1 1 i. 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The third highlight fa 9 was lhc work o1'1'cuic, who soon after Clllllilig in lhc gzunc in the last quarter, look Ii X I :I pass fI'nnI Sidiilgo.-I' Illlil gallnpcd for :I tum-limlnwll. C0llSid0l'il1g lhc hu! wcnlhcr I i illltl lhc fact lhzxl ilwrv wx-rv lliillb SOIJh0lllIll'0S taking part ill lhc guxnu, lhc Bcarcnls 4 X K gave prnxnisu nf lmving one nf the basl lm-:uns in yours. X . F ' 99 ' 3? Ffiil L i gi KRW H.. ,,.,0u i "ZW .-.. ' 'lx SIM E v I :X I f" N 'X X 'N M C d ii J, ' I V N I A I I I I in QWSQWQQQBNQUNNWQQNMWQ W sf' Q WW' w 1 X f LINE-Fl' AND SCUIKE Ciuclmlnli U. of lmufxnilli' Xvaldnmn . . . . , . . .li.li, ......,. . . Lnnkvn Hallett tCapt.l . ..,.. . . izmwtifl- Slnrlck . . . . . . . . . .I..G ..,. . . . . . Snow Slpph' . . ,. ...... . .41 .... . . . NYllson Lntlncrillluz . . ,ILG .,.,. ,. , . . Ruth Hari-lson . . ,. ..ll.'l' ..... . . . . Datsun Lnknnip . . .... n.la..... . . Thonipsnn lhu'lll'Y . . .... Q.ll ..... ., . . Shields Cllxnr-r . . . . .L.H ...,.. . . Rlelitnxwy , G--rm-S . . ........ n.H, ..., . . Ilnsnnissen X24 in-my . . ........r.n .....,.. . . im-wt-ry ,. X f Score by Pvrloils: I J J -l 31 X Clnelnnnll . . . .,......... 0 fl T Og 7 X U. Ol' Luulsvlllv. .......... 0 0 0 0- 0 -f fl Subxlilnllous-Clnelnnnti: llnhl for Gur- vc-rs. Peelc for Liukuinp. Golmlnxeyer for Kinsey, Burslek fur Clllner, llnrelnw for llnllett, Mills for Lnknlnp. Lnntsvlllt-: f num for nom, 14--nwmf for Shlelds, spi-ina-r for In-ewcry. N swring-'rmwlitlnwm Slnrlek. imma 1-ru-r I lnuehdown: Hnrrlsvn trim- lilckl. F , X , lm.-nu t 4 -7' MUCH improved Bearcat team played against the Louisville Cardinals at I Louisville. They still seemed lo lack the necessary punch, however. The low score gives no indication ol' the superiority of the Red and fx Black over the Cardinal. Cincinnati sn completely outplayetl Louisville that not ,Nr l' X once did they threaten. The Bearcats received several bad breaks when two f 1 l long runs, one a touchdown, by Climer, were called havk beeause of a ClllClll- I gy natian holding. Two in the Bag! Looks gnml. docsifl il? '-J L ' . A , uh fi. I .12 - 'yfmj ' 'C Hb" if af 3E"w3-fe: an-'63 Zulu em 'W l xv l ,QA 'i J A fl -Ai 'M . J. -5.-haf. QV ' ., " H' . .se -f " 5. 1. 123 y Qi .1-" .',.,y . Q f gi.-g5,i'f,.:.5.', 'jf " . . : i N w" M " Qi , nln-my xo: ll--0-.git .-i-mi-r Iilnsey ' Ikfggxxl D W ,C 4 U Ffa iiewanassianunwignifianisissff in ga may Q3 kenny Sy X ,. 9 0 l O xiii- Q31 66,8571 LINE-l'I' AND sttonli Cin!-innuli Ohio Norlhern Pen-le . . .......... lun... .... . . Sandi-ack 0 Hallett fcnpm . ........ . . Itctf Shu-tok . . ..... .. .l..ti..., .. . . Kennedy tinrry . . ...... .li ...... . . Gntknecht Lntnn-rtlhnz , . .... lt.tl.. ,. . . . . Peterson Hnrrlson . . ...... lt,'I'.... . .... . . Ilohl Lnkiunp . . .... tt.li..,. ....... . . Itnnh Burney . . . . ,. . ,lJ.Ii ....... . . Gnllnrzher ltnhl . . . . ,... l..n ..,... . . mm: ' fx cnmer . . ., ...... n.n ..., , . Clnrk -Q Kinsey . . ........ F.ll ......, . . Von Duke ,- f x f Score by Periods: 1 2 It -I Cinetnnutl .. . .......... ,. s n n aim K-I ohio Northern ..., , ...... 6 0 0 0- 6 f f suzmmnrmn-mum.-lmmnz Slppel for tiurry, Sldlnler for Burney, Gervers for Slmllnxer. Ohio Northern: Nvarner for Vun Qnke. Dmnvoodle for Allen, Peterson for f.. in-nm-ny. X Senrlnq--Touelnlnwns: Ilohl 2, Long. "Sonny" Cllnnfr X t ONTINUING their winning ways, the Bearcats defeated the strung Ohio , Northern team in the last night game of the season. The 'Cats showed 0 real mid-season form in this fray. Real offensive and defensive ability f' was seen by the many fans present. The Cincinnati backs carried the bull in n 'N ' X manner which makes the coaches' nights restful. The entire line also plnyed a Z 4 X whale of a game. Cineinnati's victory was costly, however, for the team lost the i services of their sophomore center, Bill Curry, who snllered a fraeluretl ankle. it i 1 c 1,4 T W ' .71 1, ist Siggxi-,fm ii iiiii iis"-"3s- i 'is s s "wc ifgilylg WSQQDW CQ? Q53 NQUNNGifilG3,N,WePf? VZ 'SEX 1 1 1 LINE-l'P AND SCORE Cinrimuzli Kenyon NVnldlllnh . . ..,... LE... . .,.. . . Swnnstlll llnllctt fCapl.l . ..l..'r. ...... . . Hoy Stnrlck . . .. .. .... L.G,. . Hulmnn fCnpt.l llnrelow . . ...... ..C ..... ...,. . . . Cnph-s l.utmel'dlng . , . . . ,ILG ......,. . . XVilh0llll Harrison . . .... ILT ..... . . llnrlton Lnknntp . . .it.lE .... , . Htuzlws Burney . . . .. ..0.ll. ..,.. . . Hrrhert Bnhl . . . .... L.l-I .... . . , .. . . Stock Clilllcr . . . . . . . ,ILH .,....., . . Stllnmbll Kinsey . . . . . . . .F.B.. . ...... . . Herroll ,- Snort- by in-finds: 1 2 3 1 X Glncinuntl . . . .,.,......,. n o 12 0418 '- lil'll3'0ll.. .,... ,.U 0 0 Gfli SuInclilnIesiClnrlnlnltl1 Prvlc for NYuhl- umn, Lewis for Stnrlck. lirnwe for ilnr- clnw. Nun for Initmcrdlntt, Hcrmnn for Harrison. Durslck for Bohl, Slcllngcr for Barnry, Wilson for Lnknmp, Goldmeyt-r for Kinsey, Gcrvcrs for Clhner, Clnnder 'X for Bursiek. Bohl for Clnuder. Kenyon: Johnson fm' Cnplcs, Meredith for NYlIlwlm, winamp for Cnrlton. Elliot for lim-lim-4. Hvrl-on for llnll. Erlgnr for Summon. X SmrinqiTou4-lulnwns: Tturslck It, Stock. 1 Lnknnip x HAT do you think of that? Four victories in u row! That is the best at K. Cincinnati team has done for years. The first halt' was n sec-saw affair .N . with Kenyon having n slight cdgc. Then in thc second halt',Bursiek got , I X busy. This lud did nothing more than score thrcc touchdowns in the iinal two f t t periods. He was lmrd prcssud for honors by three other bm-kiicld men, Bohl and I Gcrvcrs of Cinrinnnli, and Stock ot' Kenyon. Wilhelm of Kenyon also played n hang-up gnmc. Burney did a good job of quurtcrhacking. 3 J ,, ,. -fi, - Wwq' "NW M 9 K 4 ..' ri53g5F:ffrf K K A. iwy- fig 5 at MJ .Taw- J Q. ' ,bbl .. ,A V 7' Lag!! ' "Ti-ff ,.. . .. ' "X - t l it f?F,g,'x'fS,Lf3gEfv.s' ,, 1 K . 'Y' xii 54.72, '-, t ' . Q t t Q t ,.'.Fim.a1S'i5i3? ' n' gA'f5'ffs, ' B t t 1 . ,,... .. . ..,..,. .,.. XKQQQUGLQ QDNQGNNQTFGQNMMX fvvxf f f 'Ulf -X i res H XG! ifwxr- ff 1 fx o t X 1 ya O L Q 6 I V Q- V W Tx... k ,AAA-W 7- -MA A PJ , X K, t X f ' N 1 LINE-l'l' .xxn stroma Ciurinnali Denison NVnldman . . .,..,. me ..,. . . nnpt- . llullclt tCunt.l . , . will-,A sn-mn . . , ...... .l..1: .... , . , Edwin-as :nn-flow . . ..,.,., E . . sinh-er ns . . ..., . ..... 1 .,... . . r 1 intl?-isnn .- ..,. f' ..... . .Ned-rxtsgti in mil . . . .,.. .C ..... .... ' G ll Shllllgclr . . ....Q.ll ..... .. . 3:11211- igrlnl . . .. .... .... .ilXVnlkcr .Illl'!'.. ........ .......... ,' .4 4:-mimi-yer . , ..... lan ......, . . ,Z-X X f sfnrt- ny in-I-it-ns: 1 2 3 .1 xx izlncimmn . . ...... ,. 0 u g Ewa K-I X lvllisull . . ........,...... 0 0 - f f sumnmmms-til-wlmmnl: nmsl-y nw , J of-l.imeyt-r, I.--tim-rits-.tt for oust, inn-suck rm- alum-r. nt-si nw I,-lltmrtitttg, XYlIson t nw xvnnnmm. wnlinmm for mm-mp, 1:11.-mr for nnnl, rt-.-xv nn- Wilson. mm- f- sm.: smut rm- num-, sam-x for Pool, rnn- x f l in-nk for snmdnmn, sm-llmun mt- rnn- lf Al -.X hsfhili, Plnuly for l.urlnu'r. Suu:-r for , X I n rr. X! N N I i sl-m-my-'rmlt-li.:im-its1 mkump. xt--m- X arc ow mwr. W A ol T IS with us for :mother year. Mt-lining, of course, thu Denison jinx. U Q i That's all it is, for how else could at loam oulplay another for four periods , and enlarge with no bcttt-1' than Il tic? This probnhly was not the host , l fx :unc the Bearcats xluycd this vcnr, but they merited more than n lic. Well, we 8 l , N can onlr wail until next vcnr. gf , N . . ld ' . 3 s, I Q .ya-li--i.i,.1w - t 'fll ' A ' iffifsi 7., - ' 5 17 531 ' 'J' 5" '.l1 ' ' .1fWQ5.3.?4as' fl A 5 is 5?f?3gf?J2-"-1295!-syif lt. L, 1 vgsq-unfit-" '-lf,i:- ag e? qt if 93' V- - M 5, 'C' J , 1 5 b .,.4,l::s,:d 'i-.V t xv .YV M x.. W , . , b . 4 , 'W .. fm, I, , ., ' -.Q 1 -ig. 'Mi f l 'W:"'f .fm vgslfizfasgt f 1 -g,+'g1s:1s-fa5,Qagf,r 2jfk:i,,g'f l,,?"'2jLz f it I fig f+::'.27figl'iKflcl'1l:'3fI!5lt.L' "ii 'ififiu F 1 l l .NJ SRX into ,-,i n ,l him l ,- , K fs wnsnn mnn.-r hlls nwkn- Slpple mi I 1 1 X 1 ' 100 f is Xbdovx ,f 1 I 1 y 'f " X w-, ,. Y W, -,, - , 7 ,YY ,Y -. , , if Kllfrxgx f'1x3,AL: 11 Q f cr f ts R , O O Q5 4 5 Ji l W 0' -x -iii, j st-1 ,473 XL W,--Y gn f- ,A-1, - wr , ' ,f - M92 5,-2 u..--,-A Lum, 4 5 N , u x , 4 1.lxi:-rv Axn suoluz cmmmmi ohm twin-'mm wnltnnnn . . .... L.E .... . , 4:1-mm-r in-lien . . ., .... L.'l'. .... . . urnnut Sturlck . . ......,. no .... . , . cnmnnm supple . . ......,.. c .,., ....... . . in-own mst qcupm . . .,.n.G ...,... . . lmpi-:mn Hurt-Isou . . ...... R.'l' .,...... . . Ilustlurts 1-ft-lc . . .... .... It .E...lxmmnu-t- uiupm lim-my . . .... Q.ll .....,.... . . simmer ligmhl . . .... .... . . thin?-Y 4: nm-r . . ., ..., . . ...... . . unwi- ' X14 unnimt-yrr . . ..... F.n....., .,... . . Ilnrt LJX Q sw--v by x-mails: 1 2 :x 1 f-1 x Clurtnunti . . ., ..... .... . Il ll 0 0- n Ohio rum-rslty . . 7 7 It 7-nn f f sulmuurmnswtzinexmunlz l'vrl nw Ln- t X knmp, I.utnu-rdlupz rm- sun-nk. Immun- I tx for supple, Nun nn- non. XVllsun nw u'nnl-mm, Gt-rv.-rs rm- nam, Knmy rm- Gnldulvyrr. llurslrk for Bm-In-y, Stn-rxunn X f' rm- inun-n, Ohlu umm-muy: um-1 nn- nvpn-r, su-nlmusc for in-rt. u'--itlwt-m-w ' for c-num-, Nt-wt-11 for Grimm. rsh-nu-r , rm- Emmnd, Livingston for n-tm-11.42.-I-1-sr.. WW X ,, nn- Livingston, Mus-m for sing.-r, nurkt- I for Hurt, XVnrshuuor for Gnbrlvl, ltlussz-r I for umm-ner, 'rem-uskt for llnsllngs, I swfinn-'rnttclnlmms: um-1 2. lit-ph-r 2, conimeyu- i Gtmrnql. Palms urn-r m-wmtowns. sn-at-r. 'T HEY cnmc. Tlmy suw. Tlu-y conquered. That just nhout sums up thc f" activities of this game. Ohio came here with one of the host teams ever 'X X to stop upon n local gridiron. Although the Bcnrm-nts plnycd one of their f M X best ganu-s, they wvrc completely outclnsscd by the Bobcats. fi, I ! W , I , I . 1 W ,Y Y,Y-.-+..,-- , E1 1, -MEA- W , , 1 ' P i ky L, ffilh 1 7 Bah! Hurt stnrts run for touchdown Gnldluryer f 5 W,.igSf375 X'-owing QtNQGNNciiYfnMwf . fhii3iL,93QYiifV X M ' 1 K . LINE-UP AND sconlz uiiimiiinzi tvillcnberq XVnldmun . . .....,.,.. .. m-mg Hnllctt . . .. . ..,. l..T ..... . . Truhey Stnrlek , . ........ l,.ra. .... .... . . Him-is llnrclon' . . . . . , . . . .tl .... . . . lloesnphel Dost tCnpt.l . . . ,.It.G. ..,. . . Singer Hnrrlsun . . ..... .lt.'l'... . . . , . Schneider 1-me . . ..... ILE. .,,. .... . . Ami-ty Burney . . ..,.. QJ3 ..... . . . Pxtetznlck Cllmr-r . . . . . . . . .L.H.. . . . . . Plummer llohl . . .... ....,.n.n .....,. . . In-zmeter Gnldnwi-ur . . . . nutm- seort- ny vi-i-Amis: 1 2 :i .I X f Clnclmmtl . . . . . , . . . . tl 0 7- T X wnu-nberg . . ........ n 0 13-13 Subslimlions-Clnclmmtl: Lnknmp for if Pecln, Lutmerdlng for Dost, llnrslek for noni, Stdlnger for nm-my. XVittenherg: Walton for Deleeg, Busch:-r for Truhei, l'riee for Kuzmcler, Scotten for Pnetzntc , Smlth for linker, Edwnrds for Hcesnprel, f Hnrre for Schneider. -x sl-m-ing-'rnuchdnwns: witlmn, Blurty. ' Burslek. Pulnts nfter touchdown: Hallett, I Edwards. X 1 Hnrrlsun , 'T' HE BEAIXCATS went up to Springlielzl to do battle with the Lntherzms and considering the fact that they were the under-dogs emerged with a moral victory and all but had u real win. The Cincinnati line fought like true F bezwcnts, with Peele outstanding. This boy, if he keeps up the great work, is X- ,' X destined to make quite at mime for himself. There were two other outstanding f K K features of the game-Gnldmeyer's punting, which kept the Bearcats in the game I throughout, and Bursik's run oi ninety-five yards 'to 21 touchdown. I l 4 t 5 Hull:-tt Bearcat line holds llnrelow Y fn . l QDEQLTQQ C313 NQQNNGET GQNiW .-X -1-,-s,N" ' iq-X x . 4 , 5 , 1 A .. - X X. X - . x, . -1 11 '-Nl XO. X-1 xx.--' X X- 1 15-5 ilk if -X" ff 1 F x -ss,-1 .1 1 ' W "lil, ,X , 1 1 QQ , -11 1 , ,AM 1 1' -.1 Ay Q, 1111 Vi I t 1 I ' 1, I if i V1 Ellfr-'T,1'1 tm lg' df "ff, 1. 1 Ill A .-tm 1j ., LI 11141.-mul. . 1 1. " 1 1 N -'1 ' 141' 1- 1 !gx Lit-X423 5, L f' f X 1 f ' 1 A 11 1 1 1 f 1 , l 1 5 'I' 1 T'1iAT'X 1 ' 1 -1 'king kk. 'Ki l.INlZ+l'P AND scunn '1f'7,1Ll1'1 ll! cm.-:mimi ohm u'1-mmm ., 1.15 IL xvitlttnmn . . ....I.,1s .,..,.,.. . . .mtwt 1 eu.. , 'W 1' Hallett . . .. ...,L.'l' .,..... ,. . . satin- '1 . 1 . 1 I 5' , 1 gem-tfk . . ........ 11.6 ...,. . . . :gum I ZX -L ,1 J W are ow . . ........ ..: .... . , ee 1 W xx 1, X1 1 Do,! QC l.l . . ,..II.t .... . . . Ili-inert jf, 1 115.011 xirth-tsniip. . . ..... u.'i5.,... . . n. .mm-3 1 11, pg- ,J-., l'u1'lu . . .... .... 1 x.1z,,.,. . . tu-1111 1' -fftfl 13-LL! Q 11:11-my . . .... Q.n ..,.. . . ctwtisu- ,K 14 -.1 ,Ae in tum- . ....i..u,.., .... . . nw- , is -I --1: nom . . .. ....u.u. ...... . . uttmpnt-it " N - f jk 4 antttmyt-r . , ..... tan., ..... . . 1111111111-1-11 r,J 5 If se--ru hy t-vt-tails: 1 2 ll -4 MA 1. ' ' Cincinnati . . ...... . ..... D 0 0 04 0 1' X ffl 'I Ohio wt-sl.-ymt . , 0 7 27 in-sax H M 1 X111 1 41 1 1 '. ev-113 submlmmfts-4:1mnmnti. Lt1k1111111 for 1 1711 1 '1 1. it 1 wntumn, xvilsmt rm- Lakmp, t.11um-11- , . ' ll' Lm.1r,.,li ding for Stun-li-k, llerman for lhu-rlsou. fN,.X I - '11 Stunve for Per-lr. Nun for Dust, Sipplu for X , H11 1 llnrclow, can-1-1-1-S fm- cum.-r, inns rm- If ,f 411 sum-1-. uxtm-y fm- tautuntt-yt-1-. omg wts- ' I X111 leyun: Seven-ul tt-ums. Mr 1 Pr' f" W 1 11, .W l Jr? :- K ,'111S,1 ' 1. 1 1,1452 M ,U ltursc-tk 1 I 1,'igY:R:' -i' HIS less said about this game thc better. Starling a sceoml-string team, :QQ but jerking them al just thc right time, Xllesleyan caught the Bearcats ull' I KE' ,511-'5 their feel and the Bishops rode rough-shud over them. The Cinciuuali . 1 . X Qu' team was completely oulclasscd and once Ohio got started scoring there was nu i tk, stopping them. liuwever, place must he found to say something of the work of 1 RX 'Y A Lx X1 Peele. This buy alone stood out for the Bearcats. I-Ie would be a credit to any 5-if man's team. 1.1 if ' 1 '.?5'1111f1.1.f 1 1 -f'11'-farfvf 1:14-,fl A xx 113 5" 1 'gk '1 1 11 J I 13,0 Q U1 l 119.-,4 .1 :1". flfglfj 1'1j?1f1 1,'1,, t. 13 .K 11 1 .,,1,-Fr' 11 V11 1' AX -1 it F fl T411 1913 ll 1 Q1 11 HVW- 1 rwgyffl l . , x. Qfff' f V cm I 1 ' V 2 5' ,.tga41I+5.1 xrfhibj 'fl M X5 I-' i1 -Pu it Q 1 I 1 fl Q lf- lzfix, - ' l-,Q-.-' 11 1 1 Sfkx, A. 'ffsxjr 1 1155511 Q'.lf1"l 5, .,, 1115111 11 111' Mfg ll ' f153,Q1!fr ll 1 Yu.: 1fi.13.' lt 11 1 1:9 . 1l1fQf'1f i 1. 17 Q.. Qfrgv tvttiammtr 5ll 'i'IYa111en1111ut tmuq ' 1 ' llursvlk 'hx 1' .ffl ,03 if w.-1 fl 1-Hi-ml". . ,WT-f?-ffm V-"'-ii:-if-'f--:fT'f'1"f"7"'H7 ""'T"1i E!? ll E 1 Qf2L1S11w111Y111-111if . ' 1 1 fi f XX f ,- If 1 I f w fx Fi Lf by 3. S 2? ,M Cinvinmzli LINE-UI' AND SCUIKE l'n'0lr...... Hull:-ll . . ,. Slnrlck . . ..... . . . llllwlow . . . . . . . . mm umpm . .... llnrrison . . .... .. I.nkinnn . . . . Sldlullvr . . , . . . lhu'sh'k . . . . . . . Clllnvl' . . . . . . , . , . GnlLlllll'3'l'l' . , . . . . . Srorr hy Pm-r Clnvlnnnll . . Mlallll . . .... . Slllmlilllliolls-CII Millnli LE ..... . .. . . . Hnlpin LT.. . , . . . Yacrnrlelln l.li,. . . Rlvlqllliips .C. .... . . Alihnusvr NG.. .. . . l'lll'l'uil RIF., .. . . MOEx1Hre ILE.. . . , lihrisiy QB.. ....,.. . . Gnincs l..ll.. . . Curlwrlglll RH . . F.l!. . inds: win . . Curry . . Vnssler I 2 Zl I ll G 0 0- fi 7 ll 7 Gil-l nnll: Slnph- fnr lhlrvlnw. l.llh1lerlIIlll5 fm' DOM, Mllls fm' PL-n'l1'. Sluevc for P:-PIP, XVIlsun for Ln- kannp, Lakamp for XVilson, Mills rm- La- klllllli. Bulll for lhlrsivk. Miami: Fnllls l'nr Vxicrnrlrllu. Roilvrs fm' Mcl"llillips, Nnrlh for l"nrraii, llullnlfi' fnr MrEnlIl'B. Nunn fm- Pm-mn. Fulton rm- Hnlpin, Sanderson for Galnvs. sm'-mg-'rmwndmvns: mn-sick. Gaines. Ynsslcr. Polnls after lmwinlowns: Curry, 2 la-4-I 1- N THE annual Cinvinnuti-Miami game on Thanksgiving Day, the Bcarcnls J msc to heights lll'Illl'E'1llllL'll nf. Thvy did cveryihing but roll np a biggvr scorv: than thu Big Rods. Miami 1-anno In town with one of the strange-sl teams in Ohio, and wvni away nloru lhun satisfied with thc result of ihe gmnu. Miami scored first, lhc ionchdnwn coming nhcr a Cincinnati kick had been blovkcd on Cincy's own thiriy-yard line. Gaines lnadc lhc score on a quarterback I nx ,. iii 1, A , 1 ,fra W-:ff'3"w 'GY 'fu 'L , 'Sv' X ,N .L . zf?? ....,,.:b1 W A 4 K " s vi.:-W.4 -vi 5 MN ,D . :fl f"'g E. nh., 3, . ,..+ , .1 . I " , 5' 1, xx-ag, -, Lg .g..L' l -, ,KN ,H .1 Q- .5 'J-' -'-,yt , ..f1.'-.- ' ' '1',1,, 1 1-1. 'Fifi-K1-, -M - 'A 5, 'F -l V'.4-g.:11'Fx'.' lit. 5"q?f"" .Q.-fi-Q1.'. 3'-T'4"'-fk:.-'E' Q 2951- V fifif-11'!' . 1' 5. f .' .-: rf' pf-gf' - V . , ,,, .4 . 1.5: ,gal-:W .9 ',x5,,., ,.rq1,f4pi,4,1 'X . 'rx WM, .l N' x Ii- 1-gAu..' 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Miami held for downs unee On the I -f ,X ith f Wig twn-yard line, but after they kicked out the Beareats brought the ball right has-k 3. il QNX, f L and liursiek earrieil it over for a tunehmlown. The try for the extra point, a line Q iff. 7F l klrhf 3 buek, failed. The Bearcats seemed to like the taste ot' bland. After they held , il.fFvAl 'ff Kita-Ll Miami for downs on their twenty-yard line, they drove Miami baek to their eight- ',l,,'-XX iI,iQl"'f-mf yard line and surely would hare seared again had not the gun ended their eighty- ? iiN1,'pyL I at --Q yard mareh, gfxi--.t A if ,txsx Shortly after the third periud started. Miami showed its only real nll'ensix'e K ,gf f N K ability. llalding Cincinnati for downs when the Beareats had a Iirst down on the rl! X lp .VF QNX fl three-yard stripe, Miami hegan tu push the Beareals baek. After a exchange ut' Q f'e"'.'R-,t.,,i'xx punts. Vnssler and Cartwright made an uninterrupted eighty-yarml drive fur a Qlfxmt N11 it-tl touchdown. Cnrry's kiek for the extra point ended the searing for the afternoon. ,'i'iV1t1' U l 'f,fQ"s Xi ll' ever u team should have won, that team was Cineinnati on Tlianksgiving 'fl-H72 I ,f NQQ1 Day. Five times did the Bearcats travel within Miami's Ilve-yard line. Four nt' I 1' the tire times Ciney's ettorts were repulsed by the impregnable Miami line. The 'X 'lr X fif Pixy Beareats eumpleleml thirteen out at' nineteen passes attempted and made tifteen "!171N,'N, . y , X . 4 if ff first downs to nineteen for Miami. M Y: H 'X Y X XXX f lluwever, no eredit can be taken from Miami, for they, tno, played a wonder- xx , ff- ' ful game, making few errors. Cartwright, Vnssler, and Althanser, Miami's eaplain iw. ik VL-if and eenter and a Cineinnati buy, were best for Miami. 1" gx , X 1 Q PN' al It is elnse tn impossible to piek the best men for the Beareats. Never have .rf W-ft' I ,' 5 Cineinnnti fans seen a better balanced team. Never have the Bearcats shown I ,V If U ' , ink A more light. tt was a great ttnish to the best season Cincinnati has hail for a "Ville lfx ' number ut' years. All the Credit in thc world nmst be given Coach liabeaek and lY,"',t' " ll? K K ,NN :N his assistants for turning out sueh a battling team. l.et's keep it going! 41 IU? 1" i' txt ell-2. Thnxe players for whom the Miami game was the last are: Frank Dost. Bill mug J jxf. . l f X V Gervers, Pete Waldman. Sig Stariek, llap Baht. Sonny Ctimer, and Roh Mills. fi' I ' , - .eva 1 vs ,Q . 1' f ' X rf ir 71 l ER' R A if, k ff. ft-.1 y tl 1 tw -x -m if x,XA'.i:fl Y ' 'I-JN l Q rf: fee M tl, ,flf E. gt-,qgiy 4 ' ' ' if si if l ,f 5 lflff X J' V I 'rr M- 'il-L...t t ,t rfgx-nf. tl i 'M it iF?M'i'5f'Xj nl rf- af- fb .as X X, F I fy YN 1 2 I X.-.H nm-trek rips on maui- nn- u-it 5-mls U, 5 VX f X ' ' R 1, tx 1 tw. t " in X :' Zn! 'i ll' , i"""7"""'-""'h"'t"" ' "i" ' W ' ,, "Us Y ""-"Tig lf f" ' 'if ' H i- X l N . il " -Liv? 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I , 'E la if Q t Mtg'--IQS e aj N551 Q .M -'--' itflhlvt ' , g,.f .1 Y! gi--, X, 1 w 'Kill ll' 1 qlvgeyav i ' gf, r of Q r- 1 .1 Pm-a-r Tow:-r l X 'Clif Elm Season riff T 1, llllill, cnoman, 1:A'1'lzN. and put nn im- for nf-xx yt-ln-, llm was foulball st-agua W . 3 uxnonntvd to suxnelhlnx llkm- thls . . . a ratlu-r nlnpulcal tlghl on the pm-I ol' a young Il ln: l lean: against about Ilrc well-fc-nl. wt-ll-kept, and wall-trnlncd young tnrnndovs frmn l 'Q X 7' nn-state, who probably cnnu- to Lilnclnnatl expecting a llttlc more than thx-y gut, L WAV There is nothing to be ptalxwd by clalxnlng n great alnnnnt ot' credit for the foul' 1 fx sh-night vlrlorlvs tha- liz-nrt-nts rhnllu-xl ap ln the ht-allnrlng nf the seasnn, All salrl f' . and zlmw, Iln- rt-vurrl nnualnst liuclu-ye rump:-llllon amounted lo four dm-foals. one tlr. and no 1' 2 Vlftorlvs. Tlwt'r ls lllltch to lu' Skid ill llrzllxl' Ill' the lvnllfa persnllnel: llwy seldom qult tlgllllllll. 1 egg' 'lxw M fl ty hal, if li l ,9.,. , RWM I lx HIXMQ I 1 All ftfxvpiflq ,N H Wifi' n W' "vw-'T lt mklxlzglkt-' 5 fl tffif 3 'kiwi -,V aj, X X 1 , V, 3 siql li ili 1 lt ,. 'V If ,',,,,.!'l ,' 1: Lf' .ly ' :.- V.. gg 1,1 . ,A.. - :lw:i.1 W 112' will V5-. 'N H I gn.- rgqiim -X X l'7'iWf33 l ch:-IJ lgfjx-N Hx .Q f they tralnml nndar tho usual tllsarlvnntapzc ot' the co-on system, and most nf thanx wrrr- sophomores. Undouhtcllly, many of lhcnx showed vnouah nrmnlsn to warrant keeping them around the old calnplng grannrl fur a few more yu-ars. but nnthlnpz can serve In nxnkt- us adunlt that thls or any other leanx we have had llu- good fortune to ser on Carson Fl:-hl is a rr-prz-sm-ntntlre Ctnclxnnltl tvunt. The NVlllcnherg and Mlnlul gnnlrs tlr's0l'vn' cnmlnvndnllon. NVQ' runsltlcred the It-mn, Hu' rlnpl' and the odds, and than when tha old battle was on we were swvpl away by the style of fighting wc saw n Clnclnnatl team display. The work of twu llearcats was untstumllng ln eva-rv ganw ln whlvh they pnrllrlaxnlrd. Dnst. ol' tht- fighting lwnrt, was the same boy we hnvc wnlclxed tn othvr ye-urs, never wl ling to qnlt as lang as ha would crawl. and nevvr lacklnpx n word of ancouragrxnunt for the others. Then there was Jhnlny Pal-lv. a player whose alxlllty ll was an nufalllng joy to sec. Bnrsick played great defmtslvt' hull ull yvur, and the latin' hart of the season Ilnslwnl sonn' bnnpt-up ntl'L-nslvl' hull-lutlmz that lmrlvs no good for the oppnsltlun nl-xl yt-ar. LE'l"l'EIlM EN liurnluw NVllllaln Cllnwl' XVllllam llnrrlsnn llohvrl Mills Sh: Starlck Ernest Barney Frank Dost Lawrance Kinsey .Iulnz-s Pr-cle Frm-nl Wnlmhnnn Harold Bohl Cllflurd Gnldlllvyvr l.l'Sh'r Lhkalllp Clxlrcllcc Sldlhger Fred Tower, .llgl llulph lltlrslrk Arthur llllllvll Xlrll l.uhnt'rtllul! NVnltl:r Slpplc llnrry Pnrlvr, llgl -'Y1,!Af""'L' 5' Q' y,"k 'E ' A iif' 'ri j X f" 'f M73 RU NQQQRKSXEAO f v 5,23 Iiviutfblw A W' " Q ,Qi XX 4 0 ' V ' 0 ? ' 05 I p . 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'Rf .A A ,xf .. -' -4 5- f f N55 HHN THE SMCKE AND DIST nt' the Htltkfye C0lll'0l'EnL:e huskvthttll rllcl' lttltl Clvllrell 5,1 Q 1 x away, cm.-nmturs la-H1-eras were tn be seen sitting atop tt in-ftp of vanqnisln-d foes. 1 1 This was a fxnnlllnr picture, for tn the llve years slnce the tneeptlon ul' the llnckeve . L Intercolleglate Conf:-re-mze, the Red and Black team has Ilnlshed tn Itrst osltton exactly . ' -, 1 fuur times. But, atop that same heap, the Battling Iltshuns of Ohio Rlesleyntt eonld -N 4 ' J I NHT? lxeliltscernetl. lltncluuntt and Ohio NVesleyan. for the second consecutive year, . 1 L were o n e- to 4 ers. The season ot' 1930, frmn nll angles. was n dlstluetly successful one. The Bearcats started all' ,- in a blaze of glory. They wnn ggmne after punne, untll twelve out ol' thirteen cnntests were chulked ' N up on the right side at' the ledger. But, after Gcrrers was declared ineltglble. and after Flax and 1 'X W llerwalutel' were lnjurerl, the Bearcats t'altered tn thetr strltlc and dropped twa sue:-rsstve grunt-s. Q lteeovertnu themselves in short Fashion, the 'Cuts won two of the rernainlng three games to come 1, f I : swnkgterltxg Into their lair hearlutl the laurel wreath nt' Championship. 1 U ' r I ' j The htghltghts ul' the season were perhaps the tlrst game wtth Ohla Wesleyan, the second I X I game with Dayton, and the sc-euud game with Mtx-nnl. fy 1 ,juxf Just after Varsity had downed lh-nlson 33-27, in the npr-nlntl Buckeye game, the powerful ISK 1 6.559113 Ohlo XVt-sleyuu llve eann- to town. The Blshnps, who had beaten us twice lust year, were deter- 3"",..,., 1 1 A- Vt V5 mined to nnnex another vlctnry for the Delaware fans to gluat over. And. when the twu amzrcpm- Emp' 1 " Aff' 1 ttons met that evening tn the llurnet XVn0ds gym, it looked like curtains fur old U. C. Wesleyan ,g jfgjg was leadtull 28-22. and the name was fast drawing to n close, when three tlelql goals and one foul tfwuv' swlshetl through the iron hoop tn quick successtnn. and the lteart-nts were ahead 29-28. The ,MGX Delnware team ixnnxedlately scored one polut nn n foul throw, thus tying the count at 29 all. Xvtth fifty.-t QM g' only two minutes to play, the ltleenxen rallied onee agmn and seared another lleltl goal and a fnnl. 1.03 A " to wht 32-29, While tht' ltrlll'c'at Tutti tlllttd the tlyln with tltell' sltrleks ol' jay. W PM V 7 1 ". ' 1k Q 1 gegyf-W 1 .. N I K K t at W t 1 ttf 1 1 mu f 5 ,1 1' Ma' 7 ' 1wQfe. 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V2 ff" 2: A V msg. 381' I SL 'H - ' i 2 X -X Season o 1930 'il ' ls 2 9:3 use r ,J 11, 1 'N t J 3 1 'fn ' 5:5 ,:,, 1 Gt-rvers llerwullgvt' K f-:Q pa f , HE SECOND ENCOUNTER wlth the Dnyton Flyers, ltlthongh no! a Buckeye Conference X game. proved to he one of the most thrilling seen on the Ctnctnnutt court this season. The Itrst hnlf of the contest wus rather slow, but in the second period both tenms came to llfe and played some remarkable lmskethsll, The I-lyers were enjoying u 31-29 lead us NVlllle Popp tossed in the goal whlch tled the score just as the flnnl gnn sounded. In the overtime period to decide the tle, Popp again proved hts worth, for he sank the husk: :which pin lyttrslty on tm long flnil.otix?173g:BT costnth Wh:te,f,lust to cinch the game, then osse n a on s o o ma e e gram u u - o n o earca s avur. The tlnal game of the season wus played with Miami, our trndltlonnl rlvnls. With the 'X :Itultinet NVo:xds gyat Aged toicnpuelty, that Bearcat: anti the BJEIRL-:ls plnyed Itonnrz nudlgtce Y-rhlfllt ts come o see te entree s emerge v e or ons, 'or o w u s game mean rs pos on t Buckeye race, The entire contest was featured by the llne team-work of both uggregatlons, nhd all 23,2310 Jl.'Q1.'lZ? 5fZ'lll..?5. "3lh2e33l?5..2tfcRllT0.f2t? fflfilfnf 2f1,"f30J"ile1?5.."l?.2 -3Z?t..lL"'5? .Sl X 1:-ll siege, and were trt-tlllngw:5-1? Intl gsasind ,gf the hulk ghe last few lntgnvnti sax' the Gln- l c nna ans n nzy as m ' - . owever e area m n g to t t e cor at 33 all, and thenahtiil tenms trllcd frilntienlly to Work t'lte ball? into sscntgnz izosltlonli Dtlslngethe flnal seconds of play, lVhlle broke through the Big Reds' defense and tossed the leather sphere through the hoop to win the game 35.33, thus bringing tt most successful season to a ntting close. The llnn's shore of praise goes to Popp, whose flnc work helped the Bearcats make their remarkable record. Incldentally, Popp's total of D7 points scored during the season, plnced htm sticong in the highx-scaring tntsrnthgix 1:-l' the flLxclg:yti Canfeirenea. Flax, Bertltiangeri tonal Kun? a so eserve an n un anee o ere t or te r e ors ur ng me season. ' me nt s or une o glfriers' gneliglbllxy rrftnwsegt n vtgugsmhghntxin the Ctnclnnatl quintet. Ol' the reserves, ,N es ng, 'e son, ogo , 't e, nn r oo e es . Next year, although graduation and the three yenr rule of competition wlll exact a mighty 1' toll. Varsity shunts nn excellent chance ot' ngaln garnering hlgh honors. The experlenced reserves f l llnd the numerous pl-ontlslng Freshmen foretell a bnskotbnll machine which will be hnrd to heat. i -f -fe. - va .ff 1 ' do .9 ,- . " , M . le' 4 XR , ': M. sky Q. , ' W. X + ef:-2 -I-1 of Its ' ' , l S 'IJ 9 . 1 V , . A , , 4, , 1 v f .sy 5, X 4 ,, 5 ' M ' -,V 1, f' ' ,a f"':"" JT' .. r ,sit . - 'f Y . -. .Q , , ,. , ' l 'Tlx I-'fl 5 ' FGM ' 53 .Q Q3 'tj . Ii , " r 1 , " ., an l 4, ik .L . . 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Q X fl'l1.1X, iv V ATX! 1 1:1 1 f 1, 11 7 1 " , 'l li -- 511. i1 ig' 1' 'W W EIA! i '. Q l-I 1' l , N-T11 l -----H Baseball Season 192 9 N THE NVINIIY 3Il'IN'l'H UI' March, Cunvll "Hur" lllcc svnl nu! u cull fur nz-uspvrllvv lnusz-hull playa-rs hull soun n goodly numln-r nl' lnvn turned unl for pruvllrn-. Annum: lhls numlxvr were nlnv lvlh-rum-n mul n xlozvn nr su proxnlslm! lmvlcvs. '1'h- hppl-hrhh.-v hr nh-so meh wus llh- nm lhlxmnmn or me highly Mm-.-ssrhl sl-.muh which wus lu rhlh-w, 'l'Ilc Bcarcnls hrokv vvrll nn llu' llrsl lwn colllvxls, wlnlllllg one from llu- Lihrversny or Mhfluhh-h, and losing :hc huh.-r lo Michigan Slnlc l1ulll'Hl'. Ohln XVMIUXIIII x'unll'lblllHl lllllL'lllll1lll's Ilrsl lhxrkcye vlclhry hy dropping n Qlnxllv to lhv lirnrcuis -I-5. Vurslly llwll Wm! ll lwllhlhl In-hence game from uh- lwhwlch club by h wwe hr 9-I, In nn easy ghhw. nh- ulhvy null-mm-N nvxl h-mum-li winvhhf-rg 5-0. hui in a prncllcv mum' n few days lulvr, llw lfrvncll-Buucr Dnlry lvhln licked our boys 8-5. In-nlsnn prov:-ml ln he llw nc-xl Tlm-krye Cnn- fvrencl- vim-llm by luslug ln the Red nur! llluck ll-lun 5-6. The next dny llhiu l'nlvr-rsllx look llw Ill-nrcnls ln llu- c-lm-una-rs lu' hvullng lhuxn :l-Il. 'l'hv llullrlll pllcllvlx 'l'l'url', ullcwrd hnl l'0lIr sr:ull1'l'01l hlls llurlng llu' 0 rs nl' thc rlulnn r u .r -. Vxll'slly's vlclury KWH' 'l'uwns1'nd-NYL-sl Dnlry lull Ihr: 'Cllls ln xl winnlm: humor, und lhn-y soon juurnoyrrl lo Spr nplllelxl whvre llu-3' llcnvnn-ll NX'lllrllhrrg for llw svcvllml Ulm: of ilu' svllsnll, 1h ll .mme lusl ln nhymh rhiversny, sm-0 Ml-Null, lx.-urea: nm sh-lm! cutcher. nnl'orlunnln-ly lxrnkl- his lop: und wus forced lu remuln mil nl' uniform xlll lht' ws! nl' llw Svnsnn. 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'f-JA11 11' L-W 1 11.w1iz211. ri pix, .- I 1 Y Ne, ,jx 1 - X . ,. , -'vm N i1 gag lp I w. -- ,l ,-I-Y 1 Nilwlon' sm-der, 111,11-. 1 L, QD 1 'Hwy' "- 1 1 V' fll 11 1 fx f- ' t 3 -E 1Nc1NN.t'r1 GOT omf m 11 one sua-1 111 as 11-M11 sensmt or was by drfcntlng mo.-1421011411 ':f- Xt- X 1 , ,, ,N College 92-30. The meet was held at Nippert Stadium, April 20, 1929. und was an easy 1 J X gf ,f' 'K , vlctory for the Varsity trackstors. Clncy cupped ll Ilrst places, 8 seconds, and 7 thirds. 11 ,f' '11 1. ,1' Popp was thc lndlvldual hlgh scorer ot' the meet wtth 18 points. Exceptionally good N Q1 ,Ny 1 work was also done by Marshall, Grant, Pownnll, Goldxneyer. Miller, Bnrsdale, ltnlsely, 1 Rf' 1 fi? W5 ' 1 Ztlnnsi Sannlnllt Vreeland. Barrows and Auburn, every one nt' tlu-m placing at least once , .1 V In 11 11 -s 5 n some even . ' 1' h, .1 Q: 1 'T1 114 On .xptgn 27, 1929, at Nxppm su1a111m, the vamty tm-11 1011111 won its mana vlutory of the 1 fu JJ11- 11 3 1 ...list season. dell-ating Denison Unlvcrslty 78-53. Thls time the Bearcats acquired 9 first places, 7 1, .LL lj 9 RRR seconds, and B thirds, to make their grand tolal ot' 78 points. Popp set a new Varsity record for V1,'Q,,,Y'--- 1 ' -1 x 31 Q the 220-yard low hurdles, running thls race in 25 seconds llnt. Barrows, Sannlng, Vreeland, Case, , 1? I ff-X 1 , ,ff NK! Anderson and Knlsely were outstanding in the rnnnlng events, while Schott, Pownnll, Golchncyer, gY',Ae I z , W1 Miller and Fisher looked best in the lteld events. - f 1" ' ' - The third meet, held May 11. 1929, nt Itllmul Field. Oxford, Ohio, proved dlsastrous to the 1! I 5 I Red and Black track artists. ltllalnl's tlne track team experienced llttle dllhcnlty in downing -- ' -1 .- 1 1 I1 I 4 ml, , lx 1 L 1 fit' 1 l .yy V , . the Bearcats, hnndlng them their tlrst defeat ol' the season. The Blg Reds ran rlngs around the boys from gtncinnntl, and nlthongh the llenrrnt tracksters did their best, that best was not qnltc goo eaontt . The large number ul' points tallied by tlu- Allaxul track team was dlsttuctly surprlslng, for ifff 1111 1 5 1 1 Y! ,v,l1 j','Q'1'. , Clnrlnnnll had been conceded at least an even break with the Oxfordltes. 1 jf f-A 1 ' Q., lx, lp Ctnclnnatl closed nlsuecessful track season by taking llfth place ln the Buckeye Itleet, which - 1, ,5 11 !j6Z.,' 1 was held at Edwards l-ield, Delaware, Ohio, Mx-ty 2-t-25, 1929. Miami won tlrst place, and Ohlo K lfgjm fi 11 f JI," I 1 kveslieyalxcfvas n class second, width licnlsixn, 0hxf,rgJuxB11er3:t5'. Lglneganntl a:1tln::Vl:::i?b!e51:r1:gH:g It 1, X , 1, , fi- c nr r n ut . . ne nna rea y rservct ur ace n e xnee 1 x, ,,,, , " 'f if 1 , 1 chmposed Ext' Ilarrlows, Yreeland, Knlsely and Sanntng, ran a llne race to olaec thlrd. However, Q-Jflls 'J-e3,X'..H , the otllclals tllsqnallded the relay team, thus depriving Cincinnati of the polnts which would 511, 'fi1 , my sje No.1 have clnchcd fourth posltlon ln the meet. Nevertheless, the Bearcat runners annexed a total of 517, .if , 1 ,Q I' -111 f ' 20 518 points, 7 of which were accounted for by Burrows. "Bus" Hnrsiek, who had been steadily ,in .3 QQ- F XX, "Cv '1 improving throughout the season, took thlrd place ln the hlgh hurdles, ' ,-" If -:N XX 'X For the track season of l!l29, Coach 0. M. NikuloIT and hls assistant, "Chick" ltlllchnm, ll ,ffl , X X Xl Rr deserve n great dent of rredlt. Thelr able coachlng was responsible for lunch of the improvement iw! 1, ,ff K! ,ximxxq Mitt., '.X'f1':'1! rt A' 1 I 3i"l'1f' 1. 111- 1 111 5:31.73 1 Q ig 214, mist' 11 ,I h 1 Ig 1 111' 1 ,54,j.-,1 , 1' --:g:,:,,. if 1 111, 1 My-A 'R e. W 1. 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Y I K , L 'ik ' 3: Q f li f 3 ' ' N. ' 1 , Y , -X . " W 1W MX Q F' lf? ,Li Vreelnlnl Popp I KX' " ' 1 Afqi shown hy the lrnvk ln-:nn nl' H129 over lhc lean: of 1928. Snnnlng mul llnrrnws, who wus our nmsl ii, A , ',g,'i-, enuslslenl scorer. lxolh rnn lhe hull'-mile ln fnsl lllne, and Burrows wns especlully reliable in the W ' l, .J vii qnnrler-mile, "Bus" Bnrslek, ,lmlllnll from hls ennllnued improvement. should prove a dangerous A' l . , '1 K LK,-1, opponent lo any high hnrdler in the Buckeye Cnnh-renee ln the season or 1930. Popp looked very I l I1 Kjjpggyl W nk-13 in lhelg120-inn-d law hurdles.dnndPGrnn:landl lllnralnsll ware as' inn? in lnny,Bul4gkfyie pole- , 1 '1 1:15-M, v ul s w w nn 1 y cmn el , owxn , w mn sl s ' ' l x g l 1 ' .1 -, l f , xff193vQ,1 szrprlilng ln nm: iw Sl.-ln-0.115 Feel ll lnlrln-s ln lnealllgn 03-3112 Slshe log: gl Ellplfnn ibm? 'R' 12 1 AndersxIn,lwhri has lmlslleml hls three yenrs ol' llnekeye eolnpellllnn, ls keenly felt, for he wus H 114 - UL, 1 um- nm ns ny n me 5 nnee even s. , Y ,fs Xml However, since nll lhe lnllermr-n excupl Cnplnln Hurry Anderson, llnrrows and Fisher will I 4 '1 f -7 sllll he ellglhle for emnpellllon nexl year, the prospecls for nn even more successful track lenln il X 5 K--'1 In lEl30 ure exceedingly hrlghl. Allhough Vurslly was a llllle wruk ln lhe Welghi evenls, lhe 3 'i ll yx ,1 lrnek fans can look lo nanny men, especially Lnkalnp, llnrrlson mnl Ilnllnmn, for slrenglhenlng ll 11 sml : these fleld evenla. Thr-lr perfornxnlxces in lhelr freshman yenr lend ns ln hella-ve that lhe success f , 1 lg 4 Q . of nn- u-me n-mn, wllh nn- flelll 4-vm-lm sn-1-muh:-ned. win he even Krenler ln 1930 num ll was lf X 'I 1 ,R 11 N In 1929. 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' 5 . -M, N-Q ,. ..Q,?:,,Wga, fix, , ,- 1 In .4435 was-.-I ,,,m?,,,aEAXL, - 5 Ie' ,iggqwx f , --W-.:'1: me ' --- '-ffviz'-WP" fl LM-"il . -LW wtf , ...v 1 5?-W " . "H , Y., 1, - ,,-'J 5-. " :'ff ' 3.1 ig? I X!"-ll fl :sim ' 4- 11- "t'1U?f"f'A-, Y , , ' wt-Mf..vL ., w fy.. 1 1 .ry 1 ,, fm .. -Mu .H . . - N 4,-Na-QR ' 'QN-fp-S. 'hm gs. 4 ,. X l X 'M me ' -W1 Q-Aa-gm , . H . U .M V ,- ,, we QQ, ' . ,N :gg nw,-,...:+, , 1 ' ,125 3' 325.013, 1 ' ti m 'i g , . Q-:A -'B my 35' Wifi' U "'f5ifA """'W'f-" .16-wQi" 1 f 51 -wwf, l m 'fi-we tina.. ' t . ' 'Ma xg. .Wen :mf , ,':5. ,,. X .z . -f ' - Q. - - .h,2w,.,! N . V . .NM I. ,su-f 4 A, ,. gm c 'V IA X . .A-. em ,.,, ., iv, - X I ,1 flql ! 'q ,jYi'f LM l- , wimming ue.1-.wg fi EEPING Ul' Tlllitlt FINE ltEl10l'tD of previous ycurx, the University swlnnntug team upuzln cumu through Wifi,-V, I with flying eulnrs, despite the fnct tlult several of their mvn dhl not mmpetr. Anutlwr thing which If, f' 'X shows the nruwrss nf the Clnrlmmtl watcrdogs ts tlmt the vmurlws hnvn n Inu-cl tlmu- lnmktng meets, for P ' I X I most ot' the lvnms in Ohio are not cnlmblc of still' uppnxitlnn. As at rnnsequenee. the tt-um sullen-nl one 24,1 It X Q intl-rentleulntc dz-lent, that by llltnols, ruled ns une ul' the host of the Big Fen teums. 'Y Nl' The tlrsl meet of the sensnu wus at complete wulknwuy for the Yun-stty tnnk-nu-n. In whlrh the-v K ' W ' downed the Ohio Wesleyan team by the seure of 54-12, Ahllmrn and ltnllnmn were the nutstumltnpt stnrs of the nu-:-! tn which the llrarcuts tank every tlrst phwe, Ahlburn broke tho 'mol record for the 100-ynrd hnckstrokc. In tht' tlvxl vlltltvsl the Utllctttnatl sn'lllllnt'r:t were forced to hlte the dust. The llllllnls men tlvl'l'ul0tl the Ynrslly mrn tn tht- tune of 51-Ill. The loss wus nut sn overwhellning, conslderlng the closeness nt' tht- events nnd nlso the nltllmml rltnklllx of the Illlunls tenm. One ofthe lxnrdrsl f0tIllll! lmlllrs Ol' tht' Svutitlxt ltmk place nl Plttshurgh bvlwvell lllv l'lllVel'SIty ol' Plttshurilll mul the Bearcats. After n hectic struggle the twu teams elnrrgnd with the count ttetl, Ztl-Rl. Clncinllnll nvxl Pltebtltlltlrctl the tvunt from Cnl'tll'Kle Tech nt Plllshllrlll. Alllburn and lttllllntln npullll stood Out tn the -M-22 xvln, Five llrst plucex to two was CInctmmti's nmrgln over their ummm-nts. For the sucuml tlmu ln the season the Varsity swlmzners suhchu-d the Bishops from NVesleyml, this time 50-16. A most successful st-usmxx wus thus vlosnd. The followlug men rect-Ivetl lcltt-rs. Grunt Adams llnrry Bulhnnu Nelson Crum! John Jurksnn lfn-nl Slmklns llyrtul Ahlburn NX'lllhutl l3t'0wn Alvxlllltler Glllbutlvy ltnllvrl Null Dunuld Iluwltrd, Jlgr. l 122 X " 4 X 2 serif, , tum! y 1' "wi flfiki 1, f'f-W If -"f- X W--7 .K gl? 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K .13 .Ml V ,wx is -1 fl E I Y N N, qxliii. tar , V -ffkkf V. fx., J Q: ,,fJ ,Wu ,, ., i r ' 1,11 p-, M,z..:"s' xg Q ig ' 'ii V rnni -11 -,,-s1:Q2L?ii,..v yy? 3 XX "qi .-.f!' l Xxjv, 1 X w . .' - , 4911, .fix-?.f,,i '- f f gr.-.1.Lwyx, 1 UQ' ' ' Cross-Country ,T I-IE cnoss couxrltv TEAM, wut-m-u by o. M. Niknlotf, opt-nz-rl Its season on ouolm- lu, hy loslnpt tt tml-l ment to Dcnlsou Uutvvrslty nt Clnnlnnnti. Vurslty was to rs-up n nwnsure of rt-vt-mme for thls dcfcnl hy ilnlshlng nlu-nd of Denison ln the Buckeye Meet later in tht- senson. The second lnoet, on October 26, 1929, was nlso lwld ul Cllxdnnutl. Tllls moot wus wlth Ohlo XVt'slcynll. Cnrncy, M:-Cuskey nnd Dunlap tlnlshcd second, fourth, nnd sixth, rvspz-clirz-ly, but u'lu'n the llnul rt-sults wc-re tnllled, Ctncinnntl wus un the short end ol' n close count. On November ft, 1929, Clnclnnnll journeyed to Oxford to cmzngc in n meet with Mhunl University. Shupmrl ot' Mlunll. who lntvr wus to wln the Buvkcyc Cross Country Mort, llnlslwd in llrst plncv. Vnrslty was defeututl, Cnrnvy running n nlcc ruco to plncr thlrd. , The Buckeye Cross Country ltlcrt, ht-ltl nl Clnclnnnli. Nuvmnhcr 16. 1029. gnvc thr Vnrstty hnrrlz-rs tht-lr: rcrcngc on Denison, for Varsity tlntshvd thlrd ln the meet, whilz- Denison University, which lnul previously dc-fvnteml Cln- einnnti hy at lnrxc srort-, llnlsln-cl ln,flt'th plnce. Ztllnntl und Ohln XX'oslt-ynn plncerl flrst nnd second, in the urdrr nmncd. Shugnrt of Mlunxl Ilnlshccl tn th-st plncr, nnd incldentnlly set n new record ot' 20 nxlnutns, 57 2!5 scronds for the fuur-mtle Burnet Woods course, hrcuklng the rcsurd of 21 nxlnntt-s, 27 U5 srconnls t'ornwrly lwltl by Mit- lendorl' ot' Clnelnnntt. The cross country scnson was not ns successful as it might lxnvv ht-1-n. vven thoullh Vnrslty tunk thlrtl plnce ln the Buck:-yo Cross Country Meet, nnd bnrcly lost n hard hnltle lo Ohlo Weslrynn in n tlunl mort with thut school. Although Dunlop. McCnskm-y, Lnncv, Bell and Grttllth ran :t fnst course, Cnrnoy wus thc only one who consistently plnct-nl hlgh enough tn thr vurlous meets to wurrnnt hz-lng nwurdrd xt letter. l l23 .ii .L 'ff'tL 'QYXQI ui If . ,Hogg l -5 My l Ihhjti 'tx' W rxffllme li ltiifgwlillg l ,ii?iiQEv, l ii-affix.. fi--S In X-Q 1, Jfxsr' .EQQQ .th ' W Wt Alum' P F l 3 EQ ll ff' X' lffff .f 2 V I, C 1,1 4. axlfkf lf Q 1 X 1. 1 r M I 11:6 1 . 1 t 'P vf H tif is 1' Qlfff 'V f 'LZ' I l Ext , 'iff 1 ' f' IIXX N if I ff 5 I 1 1 I 1 s si f if: N' I ,I , 1-7 'J-x ,' 'Tiff ' ' -, f 1 xx - .' - 4751" ', . ff W ' ' 'f""T-lg'x'tfA-,ffl xl-,iff fx' . 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Thr-y just took 1-nch meet ns lt umm- mul wr-ru vtrtnrlnus nt 1-vt-ry out-. In thc- ftrst ont' of the yrnr they took Ohlo Stntv tnto rump. 6-1. Thls victory avenged the defeat or tln- pr:-vlons yn-nr snllt-red by our rut-kt-tcers nt the lnmsls ut' the up-stntx-rs. r ll:-ntsnn wus tlwn ht-ntcn badly, our nctnn-n tnklng slx und losing nnnv. Ynmlc-rhllt wus repulsed to the tune 0 fl-L. .tgnln ttn- tvmn nvcmtvtl lust yn-nr's dm-lent. This ttme they swulnpml Butler 5-1. Tlu- Inst dnnl nxvet ut' the srllsmt rrsllllvtl ln ll 6-2 Ytrtory for Vnrslty Clvvr Ohio Ulllverslly. ' 'l'ltDn fltltw tht' Uttckeyt' ltllvrrollrflitllt' Cvnfervlire nnd with it mnrl' lmlthrs. Flux Wnlkrtl all with tho singles rlnunnlonshtlm. lnuvtng to down his tmm-nmtc. Hutlnum, who was runner-np. Not sntlsllz-al with thnt, I-lax and Moskowitz ltvtt procrudvtl I0 unllvx thc tlotlbllfs tlllu. 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' ' ,1 X, .W ., 1 ,X,, 1 l 111: r 011 1y'1- f 111' fllx 1 1X X , X' . :XX1 1 T 4511 41- , l J ntramurals 11 1 ' ,SIX-Cl N'l:ltAMl'ltAI, 1x'rnl.lz'rlc:s has hocoxnc u 1-ulul-ble source of unjuylnem .md plcnsure tu lt lm-ge pl-cpm-111m 11, f, wx I 1 ' nt the stntlvnt body ut' the University of Cincinnati. The nulnbcr ot' rntrnllts in each sport hns been large 3,4 1 l 'x XX arm Te minpotxlon chose :mst lrarg fought. Ton sports ure ottcrezt in thts yeur's sch:-dntc and the number 1 1 X, f 11, f 1 1 ', X w Q on arm- as tm s u en s emnnc, 1 -1 X111 1 11 1'1 1 The ull-31-ur intrmmxrnl trophy, A lurgr and benuttfnl cup, is uttered to the orgnnlzntton whh-h 11 J gl 'X 11 ,1 P compiles the most points ln ull sports for the year. Thts cup must he won tlve yours for permanent 2 -1 11 xl il, 1' ,- possession und ouch team hold: tt for the yrnr in which they are victorious. Thru- year cups ure otfvred ln all the nl 1 '1 .ll 1X ' major intrrnnurnl apt?-ts atd one ycnftcsp ln ,thc ,minors smlrts. X X b U Pl I X I X K, X, X Un y ive sports mve een comp me e nt t e Inu- o t s wr t nz nt me hips are now n tue end for the ,X , Q1 'X 1 1 1111-yr-ur ampny, wnn the sms. lm y.-.ws 1111-mpg. in second plum- land an me mm-rs mmmg mmm-r fur hem111x. . X, 1' ' Tllerefore those two will probably llglxt it out for possession of the cup. X-' '11 1 1 1 , lTho ltrst sport nl' tl: yr-uf, swztlninlfux, wnislwczn lx? this gigs with the Pl Iinps runners-up, The two lending run- -qlw P11 - ta-nu-rs were scpnrutvm y on y n on ve pu n s n tue ua meet. 45' -' 1 '1 U x1X XVnlcr bnskctblull wus won by the Pi lions, by defeating the Iota Chts in the flnxtls, 1140. Tln-sc two were the Q l Q ,' 5 -4 .,X1, 1-1 xrxrwt-ri nf me rcsns-cllvr leagm-5 and the neun Knppl-5 wt-rn me only u-mn mm upprnnclled tm-m an the quullty of 1,X1 ,12 1 x X 1- tm r P ny. ,, 14 , . ,. The Lam Chix provost n gn-nt surprlse ln husks-tlmll hy wlnnlng tho school rlunnptnnsluip nftur hurely surviving '1fX1.,X. Af-X, 1. the 1.-ngue gums und L-nn-rmg the elhnlnatlon scrum only mer n mme tic .md pmyufr for mmm pnwe in their II 1 H ', If X1 1X lentluv. Thr Pt Krups lost out tu the thmts to the Lnln Chls after n tough struggle. LX f X 1 X ' '-r1X 11 111 f 1,1 1 1X, ff'-' 11,ll1 ,X ,XXX1 XXXXX1 .X X J X' 1 .1 1 1 1 - 11 1 ,. tX'1,'j.XX 1 1 , , , X 1. ,X , . 11, K 1 ' ' 1 5 1 1 ' . 1 ' L' 1 , X , X X 1 1 1 ,X XX 1 1 X1 X 1X1 f 1X X ' 1 51:1 11 1 1 1 1-., 1 11 X11 14 - ,X 1 L1 1. K ' , .1 . 1 . 11 - '1 1 1 2 1. 111 1 1 1' 1 ,X X 2' X 1 . X ,X ,X . 11 1 l 1 1 1 3 I1 '11 l1 R Wil .1 1 '11lI1,1""X'x1 , 1. 1 ' ,' 1 ' ' " X 'NE 1' X X EQ f 'ax 1 , 1 1KX11W X,..1X I f1xz 1 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1 l 1 , 1 1 ,11.',X '25 ,fy g1,:11XX1g fn 1 .1 ,. 1 ', - 1' 11 AL.,?,,,--...,, ..,,,, -Am ,. .-,, , ... A, ,. .. ,MM -W ,hu ,W l,,,,, Y ., ,,,., . -. . ... 'f X, 1 1 XX 1 . X NX , X, g Q N ,1..l' ,N 1, Q '. ' 35: XX X1jX.,1X-i 1 f , ,X f , fl J -. A I , 7,1 .,,,wf1 X v.. ..x ,. 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SMITH, I 0 - Director of Womenkv Athletics f e N I X x HEN A LITTLE SOUTHERN DARKEY awakened from a sleep in a north- I ik X ern church and called "Wl1n' am I at?" he asked a question which j I everyone interested in health and happiness might well ask himself. E Upon the answer to this question, in its relation to a wholesome use of leisure . Q D time, partly depends the presence or the absence of stress and tension. R Present working and living conditions make out-door exercise and recreation in some form almost essential to the individual who wants skill, strength, endur- , K ance and satisfaction in life. Skill that gleans most easily the greatest enjoyment from work and play, strength that performs tnsks with n minimum ot' strain, g endurance that carries on with little or no fatigue, arc intrinsic health vulues, and are within the attainment of every normal individual who gives the proper ' allotment to good habits, which include exercise in the form of wholesome play. O To all women in the University of Cincinnati, the Women's Athletic Associa- ' 0 Y tion, through its numerous activities, opens not only the "by-ways," but the "main I ways" to health and happiness. 1 W I 4 linens N. SMITH. l i N ' X W f 7 I Y . I t VX 128 f i I . 9? x 6. E lQ7omen's 'litbletic 'flissociation .0 is orrrmans x ' X Mani' R. GlLLE'l"l'li .... ......,..... . ..,..... P resident f ' 'J X RUTH LEUDERS . . .. . ..... ....... V ice-President ' i Rum' Bnoclc ..... .... ..., C o i-responding Secrelury Gnrrrnulm RKCHMAN . . . ..........,...... Treasurer Louise TWACHTMAN . . .,...... . ...4. .... . . . .Secretary FACULTY ADVISERS I-lnuzx N. SMITH Mnunx Uiuux Gmcn B. D.xy1Ess lfjq N ,TX 1 1 c 445' LAY POR ALL, and for all a good time." This remains ever the purpose J X X5 of our Women's Athletic Association and the ideal towards which K ' we seem to be coming very close. The new program for athletic activities inaugurated last year, namely that A of inter-league rather than inter-class competition, met with sueh sueeess as to X bring about its continuance during this past year. Such a program makes it N fv xv possible that every girl have a position on a l0lllll, whereas under the nld system X r such n provision was not possible. l . The improvement made by this program has served to carry us one step nearer ' our goal of perfection, namely that of realizing our slogan, "Play for all, and for X Q all a good time." 9 F 0 0 fi 3 I X f l lx I if r "i s l QD C 1 1 rf l . if Q J ' ry 1 X , l 4' l 5 E . , Y, , i. Kfx l ni.-hun... '1-wan:-:man mu.-ue Hmm in-at-1-s --V ,IAA X f , yy , f fr Yivxsf25i?CQPQQlllNQU5Rlf'liT'CQ"lTtG'5tl,NfQbeQ?f697 XL? i. KQYX kb 'C 7,-35' it Q UQ, 6 f ' X 'Hockey Cuovsn Hox' .... ........................ l V. A. A. Manager LEAGUE MANAGERS V O N Amazons . . ..,.................... ...... N lan-rx-is Leaps , f X Persians . . . ..... Mxnoasn Gleamsaa I Spartans . . .... KATHERINE BACHMAN ' . Tartars . . . ......... ANN EAGI-:N Trojans . . . ........ SARA Gwlcx 0 Vikings . . ................................ Barry SMI-:'r1-Iuasr -t' HE 1929 HOCKEY SEASON opened with a-great show of enthusiasm on the part of freshmen as well as upper classmen. This pep, was, however, soon drenched, due to the rain which seemed to keep right up with the , ' '4 schedule. The games were postponed until they could be put oft' no longer and P' f Iinally played in a tield of slush and mud. X The plan, which went into effect last year, of having league instead of class , ' teams still continues, thus solving the problem of "a team for every girl." A great ' I' deal of league patriotism is shown which makes competition quite exciting. '10 A 0 5 At the end of the season two teams composed of the most skillful players 1 . ,- were chosen. An exhibition game was played and an "all-star" team was picked. 'X K At a W. A. A. banquet those on thehonnrary team were awarded with Hockey' N chevrons. ' ' I For playing in three-fifths of her league-team's games a girl receives seventy- h X ' 1 ' . tive points toward her W. A. A. letter. The team consists of: - ' fb.. 1 ,JN X a f e R. Brock M. Gillette G. Richmond V s H 1 N 'I . v. Ebert c. 1-my B. Rule 3 I A. Eagen N. Meier B. Smethurst w , x 1 J. Foster R. Oexnian N. Wickerhaui ' , C. Witte ' . F' 1 ' . - P 'T It X HONORABLE MENTION f X K Jean Valentiner V. Balastra I V. Pettit L. Twachtman l 5 t I l . , f W 1 K - 1 X ' 1 ' s IV ' w . A - 0 0 ' O A V , ' l . 1 X 4 l 1 .nr V f 4 7 X O , T I x ' I alfeiieae . Q BNQNNWGQNKEQV ?jfi3iiT7ZZq'iEllQ1.f?i iff?2'if?o WE? 31' 'rigs Xgjxifff effigy fswcff eg i'2f'QX-1355 SY Res Nl . N ,f-vim. Aff' .Y f. - Q X i 'Y F ' N-ff f t- 'I , rx f" X X- H af""k'f'UI il U J . X ' Q' 'X' ' me f 'Mal A ," I V' la : ' rw: ,"NF1"' 1 ' Qfikyk-.xg QQA,2.Xi:1f X. . Bef gif QQ? S,,,Qf,, ,e b-"4 ' .3 Ti , jgsix. fi. ""' "'-""""""""" "-"""'.s""""'R ' "Aww" ""' 'W ' ' f'3tL- "F iiqfiellifflf X new 17, ,o if , r i . , - 1 QB, 1 Basketball A R? 9 E Q15 VIRGINIA Emam' ....................... . ..... W. A. A. Manager P' i ,i N L LEAGUIZ MANAGERS f ' t Amazons . . ............................. OLIVE EXVAN f l I Persians . . . ..... KA'rl-:stuns TOWNSLEY Ml ' i Spartans . . ..... Louise TNVACHTliAN X 6, 1 ' Tartnrs . . . . . . . .Cxrmzmxa BAYLES h 3' 1 Trojans . . . ..... AIARY Louisa Dun Vikings ...... .. .. .Coxsmxtzn XVITTE , i S HEN THE MUCH lengthened hockey season at Inst came to a close. basket- ,L ' ball practice begun, accompanied by the appearance of many new ,jx i xx participants. ll was equnlly as popular as hockey and because of the K1 'ff fact that weather conditions had no say in the matter thc games progressed with K no interruptions. f A, K N The fact that there was inter-league rnthcr than inter-class competition did ! not seem to dampen thc display of enthusiasm on the pnrt of either the contestants f", or those who spurred on their "league-mules" with encouraging cheers. N K A banquet in the Woman's gym marked the close of st successful and eventful X V XN season. At this gnla utfnir the announcement of those who made the honorary Ny , l 1 team took place and they wcrc presented with basketball emblems. Those Q, X i I honored with n position on this team were: 5 J tif' Virginia Ebert Clover Hoy ' ' f Jenn Foster Ann Eugen Q J Ruby greek .grae lin cc 0 ' ' Betty lllCi1lll'Si ive Ewan fx Virginia Petit Mary oinvue 'N l X I ld M23 7 , Q.: 'fc .Oli ,, 4, :Q wot i M N173 l PR -K 1 it i fied lligiii r of . ht 11 'I .1 5? I iii f K 1 Eg 9 if Q N TWV ' it at Mi Q N jk-'---j ,, 4313-1 5 ,,, ggi" , , ,,,, ,, , ,A , ' -.H AK .XL t .srirzfgw gh ff JZTW1 9, H CIT--af., bg x. 5,1 Sick ! ' A 3 1 yf 'U ef I 5' u 1of A - t , L.. v Q n G 4' .s . my Q Y v , , . X -4 ?' X f X5 W K1 X ' N whit 6 RUTH Llsunnns . . . .. . . . .Presideni CONSTANCE XVITTE . . . .... Secretary f- Amana Blznuun . . . ..... Vice-President GRACE B. Dfwxsss. . . . .. . . . . . .Sponsor P! 'X HITE CAPS NVAS ORGANIZED last yn-nr at Varsity for the purpose of Jroluotlng X I XM x Interest and actlvltles in swluunlng. ln collaboration wlth the Red Cross ,Corps lt V X ' I sponsors a number of inter-league swluxmlnn contests ln addltlon to a water Dunant at which gala all'air the White Cups dlsplay thelr trained sklll. At regular meetings the members recelve special lralnlng and participate nctlvely in various water games, all of which prepares them for both the contests and the pageant. , I ' I Titus: who are able to complete successfully the following tests acqulre membership ln the ',,' o u za on: ,' "L msflj Swtm one hundred yards, uslng the snme stroke in Koml Iorlu the entlre dtslunce, wttll 1 W moderate speed. ' Q , ,Q Q25 Demonstrate three strokes. uslng good form in each. 'Q' ISI Trend water seven minutes. - gg up Give plulu frnul nm ln gona form from the an-mg mmm. ' Tllls yenr's nm-mba-rslxlp showed a splendid iuereuse over that ol' lust your and it ls hoped A fx Q thut there may he uu even greater luerense tn the future. W f 'X ,w , ,V f 7 X X N f X . 1 4 K J x N , , . u f . 1 1 X 2,174 is-1 . X 41" fini .Fl - :'SQ f' , 53 .?g.1'59fg I S ' . Q . H . 1 L., A Q YJ , , W f 315 "3 w YK I - ivy Y K . ' . 132 L al QQ if .A . rr ' 'r f' ' r' r l Q x ' ,X f l xx O X A HQ, A gif ' ' J J . f 1 , 3 x ,, A ' Li f l l 'l is .-if ,jeg -ggkgsjg, if If :i ,Q ',,',.:,jj ix. ,. -X 1 gx x 1 - fi.gSl"ir,,i .ii kt, .dl rl, k,tT.,X1f.N li in wa Ll.:,kijX 1 4 N ,X vhs, 5-.s Xhxsxtr-: STE QX I 'yi 2' lx 1, ,i 1' H. -Qs v Xfw Q i L is -- RQ, ix, ,ex I .V -. A . 'x an .gif .5 - e . . . . .. .. f , .- ,V 1 N N - W, ,. . ...U .,,, N.. - , , is Q MV W mf -a r' Y ENPSW' :2e2k:.fsmxpl+ S'.-.Aiwi il 'ifl-5" "L 1 N 2 fl l 71212 1 f,4':f 2 K r' gli! s two' :lg ltftifff :1QV,5s! ' fag ' :sa b u le N l7,3?,!,!-.5 GSQ 0. LL QR 5 .ff Xkfx N . A Nmtx XVICKERHAM. . . . . . . .tt'. A. ,-t. .tlmmgrr f lt' 1 1 1 J., K ,x x, 5 ,-. A , 1 "1 ,' ll f l 7 5 ' l 'XS Qu. LEAGUE MANAGERS ,n ' l 155 lffflff' Amazons . . . ................,.... . . . . .Manriu Lmans F! 'lXf.Qi1,X' ff fl Persinns . . .......... CLOVER Hov ' 1 F' 'all Spartans . . . .... CATHERINE BAC1-:MAN l lid , . , l tx, 3 Trojans . . . ........ ANN XX unsrsn l .U'fQl,ei'g irffgtf 7- Vikings . . . ...... Rum' Bnocli 5AXt'i?-fl 1 "4 Tartnrs . , .... Manx' Winsmnn V' .fxfif as ty,-ji -'L' HE FAMILIAR CRACK! as ball meets bat. together with the vibrant cries lf: N of eager participants, heralds in eaeh spring the baseball season at . UL--'iff' xflilt Varsity. Perhaps it is the combination nf the springtime freshness and t,v:VQQf.l i . AXXNQ the ever-apparent appeal that baseball has for men and women alike that makes gl yye- E , ' 4 E' this game doubly popular. However one may wish to nceount for it, there is the fr ,XX VW! ,X existing popularity which is evidenced by the large gatherings down on the tleld !Vf"Mx,' ll X in the late spring afternoons when two league teams line up for one of their l'iEQ'lX'jif if tt, warmly contested games. law frlg ip,r',l.j'-e. I tvs 51,3 V5.5 5- t fl il fm? l L Wav- -gf .-.17 , L iQ4i'bw FDD-W I xlx' ll m Q tx ll X WW Wx fl Xxll' Y l' Z - a ' " T" ' ' vih.i . I 1 v W I 7 ' f' M if JMX ffl faffxs-fl l ilagglg-,..Q" 2 '15,-Llggff is ill:-1 at-H'.?f-151 l1'3igFffg?1 lgwxxf pare 'w w lr' fi v,faXm3 We lffkl, l tm 'ri 3 3 5 11 , Ja E Il .1 l l " x " -,: ,C Qlisal I Qu., 4 gill H 1L .,,513,V y pg 3 , , fr,-1 ,pl W 21+ . ,iufsplil Eignffif 5 llffzll l 1 . ,.v 2 Ll Rl rr. X1 f ,xl . sf , LX1-wi X Vllft LVBPLR 'J ' X55 '3:f. -'R EKG f' 133 f1 'K-ef 'Tm -"' -"vs--isM-'i,f---':g:'+'-.1 '--sf ,,":f', , -"4 1. Jn" . - ,S fi N'-'bf 1 if-s .' fx e ,cw H, 1- Qfs ' fp '3 fi' is----as l- 'N "7 . . Lf?-' :WN .4 N agy. 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It is in the working out of the lllytll that great opportunity is all'orded for original work in etfeclive interpretation ol' pantomime, dance, alld costume. A simple tunic tll'l'lIllHClll0lli ot' costume. which is in keeping with that of the ancient Greeks, is adopted and great elTeclive- ness may be achieved by itll artistic enlploymcnl of color ill the COStlll'llDS. After the presentation of the myths, the three best lyrics, cllosen froln a lllllllblll' composed lly various members ol' the competing classes and dedicated to the patron of llle day, are read, alul tlleir respective composers are awarded first, second. and third places. The criterion used in judging the athletic competition is, as was the Greek- one of form ratller than of mere speed. Consequently, anything which might. tend to llltll' the perl'ect execution ol' llll athletic performance detracts from the individual's score and, ill turn, from the collective score ot' her class. Because of the emphasis upon form ll1llCil practice on the part ot' those participating ill the torch race, hurdles, discus throwing, and chariot display is necessary to secure perfection in form and llll'lVl'llIClll. Greek Games 2liiltil'li an opportunity for every eligible girl to express herself in one phase nr another of art, ltanee, literature, and athletics. She may secure practice in, as well as recognition for, lilly praiseworthy talent along these lilies that she might possess and at the same time aid ill a possible victory for her class. ..,, . X 1 w e as tt? N F , l l ,t 5? ' f i I V1 V' X r' X k .uf lf' iii r ty Q l it iii , It ,fi V . , "i:,f:.1' 1 1 4' ' 1991 t 'iii 'l'-,Fi gil- 'J ,sg tif tu: .t,, 'iii f l l . sgfg vw l 51,1-,Ll 5 'li- 1 V l iffiffll J C IKXFK dis, AAN ,Vi'ss'ff:m W e - l , '- - Xj?""""TJ5 'ATTT"'r'T-'iciigis 'l"'TT',VT"T 5 f'i'j"'1':T""". .-, 317717 ' "HQi.f,,- -V xi sf x KLK OSX i XWNJ Z ! if Hes Q fl A-sf , it W f ' i ' Q --:Yf1f2rff1"s l :psf P X7 Tiff 'M I I ' i 193. Mfg QQ in 9 I jj b QQ 0 -, F' I E' H, ,Q.j ,d ,.,,-.,.-......-L.N..,,. K. -.- Si I ff N 9 I 0 I Cboritioes 0 . OFFICERS I Loulslz '1'wAt:HTM.xN . . ................ .... P resident X Gmovs Rumfnnn . . . . .... Secretary f ' HORITIDES, THE NATURAL DANCING CLUB of the University, is com- Q , posed of those students who are interested in working out their own in- terpretation ot' special music. One year of experience along this line is required before a tryout enables one to express through free and Hexible move- ments of the body, the meaning which she herself gathers from the music played. Individual translations, hits of discussion, and suggestions are combined by the W instructor to form well integrated tlnished dances. This spring the eluh is plan- X,-X ning to give a program ol' dance rhythms in eo-operation with the Girls' Glee Club ,j'X lg xv: of the University. l ff X ' Ns f . MEMBERS ' , I E. Andrew M. Davies A. Hays J. Nurrc ' A V. Balastra M. DeBeck G. Hensels Phillippe -X ' M. Beirnc W. Donnell R. Herman Pollack X if , J. Berlenshaw M. Drucker I. I-Ionebrink Puckett If D. Bitker M. Dutliey R. Hyman Richman X F I 1. G. Blasberg V. Ebert M. E. Krieger G. Itumpler 1 I A. Bruner .1. roster n. J. Lee semen R. Brock M. Gieringer M. Laird Strassler E. Cardullo M. Gillette N. Meier Sturm 9 lg R. Cooper R. Harrington 0. Nason C. Taekenberg M , I.. Twaehtman 0 I 'N fx . , ' X QI f 'li I X e I x., 5 ' ' 1 gee , 39 I Gi I IQ Zigi I fi' 2 '51-,I Hifi A ex Q i I ,jj I ,ily it i I .tifiiei , QA 'X I fs.. I ffjf'?f1Qi I ' ui iw I rf .N I ,ya . 5? XX figs' 135 N driefvswaty A-rW's-r 'rl'vr We gf f'w 1 ta . X. Tififf' 7'1iQT' i"""""i'i"x"""N" "T'Y'K Vi Nigga' El' K .QIUQ 'XX RJXA. TN 'ijxf ,Xxx ,Pier rggiifi X f .f .x s WE j I ff MV X 1314 .' ," -.J ' , "Q 1 0 . 1, ' " 4? 'N' ' E-ef"7:'Filvirt ' . f f W fe , N kk . Qjj Q., , , , , 3 gfmvkf'-X tivjmi. 75i.,.X...,..-......El.A ,.-.f-,..-5-:f.w.4f ,,...E.,ll5fni." A371 ' - '-kly' J""' 'A "N ""' ' " g' "" ' W" i """"' ' ",wg5,Qif?ll ,i,- et ,f,f, X X r-ig 1, i1Ji' i?1'35r:'f' 'i E Sp:3:Lx,,,,-ft 5 fff"t', E i ,iff .ir -in i ,.:,iq ,f .e L i - 1, id' .Zi Wtjfvfffxld, 1- .Ht 5 iaith j f ,F-I 4 ,QQJM ,Archery 1 if N l K X ' Mx'n'rl.E DEBECK .... ..,. t V. A. A. Manager X f 1 Fi. ' A , Fl' fl N I 3' RCHERY IS FAST COMING into its own in the athletic curriculum on Y Q the campus. The large target surrounded hy a number of the fairer sex .vi ' 1 is n fnmiliar Sight on any clear tall or spring afternoon. The obvious 1 lugxx 4 reason for this sport's growing popularity is the fact that it gives excellent train- 1 5 5 int! in accuracy of vision-a training well worth one's while. t -L , r ,- ,Ffd ,X A certain number of daily practices ure pre-requisite tn participation in the ' ,Af N two league tournaments, one of which takes place in the fall, the other in the 'PA tiff KN spring. Furthermore, it girl must compete in both tournnxnents in order to obtain K-1NR 'ff points under W. A. A. ruling. In these tournaments six representatives, one from 35 K I each league, shoot at one time and after four rounds the separate scores of the A MX ' individual members of the lengues are added together. In the full tournament 1' I- fig f- I the Vikings onee more emerged victorious, the highest indivitlunl seure being K. if i that tif virginia Ebert. 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QQ We Fntlck Slrnuss Secs Solm Lenders DL-xmnn Friedman Elchert Hayes 146 , 1 1 ' s 'N 1' 'X' ' - fgflflif X! 1 w ' N, 'lk j f l-K l l K X X. :KN f . . X, 'V .5 - if HE C450 I.:-uch XYIllIullx Fetivk. 'IH . . . . . ru Be Held g TE Umm! U! 1, X, ext' ,X rn. MEARUAT r Ellen In NVnhnltz EllI'l'0lqAL . . . .Campus Editor DEI 'AIKTMENT Ruth Lenders, 'BL . . . Rule . . , . Womrlfs Athletics Mlldrml Elrlwrt. '31, . . . ..,..,.. Llty Editor Helly Strauss, '30. . .. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . .Exchanges Lil:-un Scott . . . . . .... . , . . . .Athlz-tlc Editor liulhh-an Sn-vs. 'Rt . ..., . . . . , . . . ,Wmurn's Affairs Art Sohu, '32. , . ...,. . . . .Intrnmurnl Editor ltlcllou ltlpllurt. . . . .... Ev:-ning Commun-ren Editor lhmnuh Grad, 'Ill . . . . . . .Fmturvs Edllnr lirln- Hanson. '31 .... , . . , . . . . .Englnm-1-rlvlx Editor llrrnlcls XVQISS, '30 ..,.. . . . .l.lt0rxll'y Ecllltlr Mary Etlllh lirlvilvr .,.. . . . . . .Fllclllly Edlwr livrnlco Tuvvl. 'Il3., ..,. Mcmllcul Editor Al Katz . . . ..,...... ..... Th entrlcs Editor Mvlvlllv lhlyvs, 'SNL . . . . . ,Lnw Ellltnl' "Pup" Cnmlwllvll . . . .... D0l'mll0ry Editor Louis Apklug . . .... .. .lhnnur Editor Ann Eugen . . . .... Soclz-ty Editor f T wt.. , O, , y ' f , , I 3 5 . 15' .25 .1 , .' 1-4 ' ,,. 1,4 - . P .. A .l . b t A ' 1 1 . ' 1 . '1 . " ' b .' 1 . rf: 1 "' ' 22, . A 4 1K fmt. :S Q' t ' x L ix ts ' .. 1 X' W 1' E ' r L' 51-5, X .V - if t ., Tnvel Grud Hnnson Hurburser Levin Eugen Weiss Krieger Katz 147 " - 1 Lv if 2 Tx' f".-t 1 ', 11.1'1Mx 359 x , 'QKXK ,'Kl-1j1K1L3Y,! fl '- Q all tkk 5 11 l lj ax - nl X 3 15. xxx X .1 -,rf L R11 xt 't 1 ,J -in 1, t . , 1. , 1 ,X1-',,!'1Q,, I X Mk ESB? Q 9 it 'A M93 weary few Safe, ey- . Gaseous 0' uk f xi 3 0 y f , E fMWMk,.,-, .. F P- N .X f XX , , , . . i fi X N? llerlnan Reed 'f' N Co-Operative'iEngineer A I EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF -X K Selma F, Herman ............ Editor-in-Chief T. B. Reed ................. Business Manager X ' W Carl Heyel . . .......,....., Managing Editor D. M. Alcoke ...................... Secret-ary X ,- f , C. T. I-landick .... ....... A llllllhl Editor D. J. Driscoll .,............... . . . .Art Editor ' f G. B. Brosserl ..... ..... A ssoclate Editor Verna Schumacher ...... Advertising Manager . A O. S. Bray ........ . .... Associate Editor Lorraine Bratflsh. . .Asst. Advertising Manager E. E. Cnspell ..... ...,. A ssociate Editor Ruth N. Alexander ........ Exchange Manager s Q' D. T. Michael ....... ..... A ssociate Editor D. G. Galloway ........... Exchange Manager ' N Q C. H. Frederick ..... ..... A ssociate Editor Lateure Kendall ......... Circulation Manager o A. E. Blount ...... ..... A ssociate Editor C. H. Meesc ..,..... Asst. Circulation Manager -- Q Wm. E. While ............. .Associate Editor C. T. Hendrichs ............. Associate Editor 0 fr 1 Anvlslzlas fx X al Professor Clyde W. Park ....... . . . .Editorial Professor Norwood C. Gels .......... 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Editorials Herherl Lehmkutil . . ........... Publications 1 X4 Richard Steves . . ..,................ Campus Vernon Curran . . .....,......... Circulation Cyril Schmidt . . .... ............ F eatures Hugh Lewis ..... ,............. . Advertising I o Paul Goodell ..... . . . ......... Illustrations Slewarl Crull . . .............. , . .Advertising U THE STAFF - , A. Lnllirop 0. Halpcny ll. Bnldorl' D. Ii. Michaels 'W. M. Moores C. Beach R. F. Moser 0 A ' R. Christy R. 0. Beals C. F. Dawson D. E. Moorhead G. Kramer J. B. Harl M. Nelson I X gi Lieutenant T.. A. While ....... Faculty Adviser f Lf? l Q f I Lf gs y U ' ' 7' If Fgg I 'A' ' JF- I .5 V 5 4. 4 it ,v I y gr 1 . f ' ' 4 x 4 , W 4 f K Y 1 . W H , W . , , f , 5 PM r , . .8 i ,, Xl uf I I In- I . . Y I . f do ' 'A A I I . If ' o Lo . . . . o l f I lq . M 1 .9 Q. f 2 1 M " Y i 9 - ' r ' Pj ' l ' ' I 2 if rw ll I f . I 4 lgkl . .9 . ' F 1 ' fm 1.aum-,I L 1 sum- cm-ran I l rr ll il-annual it I I f P fl in-als ii tl r xi 1 u i p ll in I I u I n H Ip y 1 X' tb Mos:-r lirnxner II u I M4-I-se Moores Chrlsly H 3 es Mu i XX 1 1 'YY' ir 4 7727, V "' 2 W -'Y ?l 'Y in 7 2 '1' KH' ,. was fa If . ucx ,gy J xox' 1 Nix 9 ,, A6 j Yi X? Q fig! VPQA ir X, W .--se - ,W ,X rf ..,- ftf-AA 7q7X.x7f t f -' FG' A If 0, . f r , . go Jw Q 1:,s2-,, Q 'sean is A ' Xt Q i l B 0 0 ' '. 1 X f ' a N S ' r F v. ,-:4 A 1 Q h r xx fl 'N K X Tim'-nt-lt Ball ' B fx I A, fi' At- if 3 I 1 , , W, bbc Applico Arts ournal fs l l i Stuart Bull . . ...... . ........ Editor-in-Chief Jack Thornell. . ...... ...... B usincss Manager X l Q Robert Kennedy. . . . ...,. -X rchitccture Editor Mike Conner ......... Asst. Business Manager Mary Atkins ...., ...... I nterior Editor Helen Breesc ................ Ceramics Editor W o Charles Riley. . . . .... Landscape Editor Carla Tnckenbcrg ...... Art-in-Industry Editor 9 , Dnlc Driscoll 0 1" 9 'T HE APPLIED ARTS JOURNAL, xi publication of the students of the Applied 0 FN N5 Arts College, is to make its llrst nppearancc this spring. It is a iourunl, 1' .X X published yenrly, which will be representative of the best work done in J K X' XX ll, the departments of Agriculture, Landscape Architecture, Art-in-lndustry, A ' r Ceramics and Interior Decoration. The .lournnl will advertise the school of Applied Arts ns it will he found in :ill of the libraries of the lending colleges in X R the future. K l 51 l rl , ' . i l i . A 1 l ' R My D x. 5 - 5 A L W 1 1 ' 4 3 I l , H 1 X: 3 If ' W, 4' 5 I it ez . . ,lf r E' .. -W pp p p ' ff Q 7 A I llrlseoll llreese Conner 'Fnckenhurx ltlloy Kennedy L iv I l Q l 4 so 150 1 Q ,--A A -we H A A-A Q, .si-f o V xi. S' lf QQ? Lx Q 0 , K R V 9 . X. as f' . 0 lfl. ' V7 X y A S Qv , 'i,,Y,,,i A T3 . . 7 Y --- - -- - -f X 1 N .Q 9 lily". M- f livin 5 i , ,X X.. E' ff T 7 X Ebe Ebeatre 151 K XQTJ-if? f' J FY7 ' "ig"" ' Y' ' :N K Yfx If f ,-.t A 1 ,, ,V M s f X 1 fu a -. 1 X Wx ' r' M X , f 1 "F , Z- A 'W' . Y 'U 1 ' f E ' ' .kr if a gSJfLQ3 Qkilxfifkaw :iSNmL' .y LIEQL- 4-.- -i.-.,--,,,, ,,,iY'b,-gf Jil Q32 'bzjvqlh 1-'sw , f- '.,' ag . V X l g g X 'X i L " 9 9 ffllummers 0 i OFFICERS is , Maumcs Jasons . ............ .... .... P 1 'esidenl f X PAUL Asnmunx-x . . . . . . Vice-Presidenl f K X Mnuasi XVALKER . . . . . . ......... Secretary ' Romain' Lavnlzrvclz .... .... B nsiness Manager JQHN K. Hose. . . .......... . . .Direclor XVILLIAM Is.tAcs. Persian Rug Direclor P ! Imam: Raanxz .... . . . .Wardrobe Mistress f FACULTY ADVISER Aw Du. Cmunxcn Gaunxian , fl P- X s f xx MEMBERS f.1, ,N Paul Ashbuugh Robert Laurence Irene Rnahe ?' r Harris Benedict Lawrence Levi Bud Rose X ' ' William Isaacs Dorothy Nichols Glenn Scott ' Maurice Jacobs Virginia Payne Miriam Walker ff- A Daniel Laurence, Jr. Stanford Peterson Elizabeth Ann Wiebking 'N f F' , vs! 'T HE MUMMERS IS THE DRAMATIC organization of the University. Mem- A I . bers are selected on the basis of ability shown nt the animal tryout. The K K ' Board of Directors, elected annually, is the governing body of the organization. 9 The first production ot' thc year was Rostand's "I.'Aiglon." It was followed D by u modern comedy, "The Romantic Young Lady." , 0 fri N 1 . tag l gift QA X, L 0 01 ! ' l I X V 1 14 5- . M 9 1 X affffff NEIL wll3l3'IIf.'""fv..1a.- h"""sn..a R":lQ.l1512m nlffifl K X, 'f I5 l it X 'Z Q 1 X Ufyw G fc X latggwaeerae Naagiftarmsey 1 1 .H 1 X 3 1 1 .X1 1 11 1 5 1 1 1 11 1 153 i' fn -is ,,.i't:, X . "5ittin' Tllreltyn BOOK BY ALICE BOYLE AND XVILIJAM LIEACH women, none was as charming as Joan: in all the army of enllege men none as Iovably impulsive as Peter. Although Joan, unfrwttinntely, possessed a college pro- ' fessur for a father, and, while having a professor """""'l' in the family is scarcely au auspicious hack- ground for any eo-ed, Joan succeeded remark- ably in tying the lttll'ltIH-Sl'ill'llllt Peter to her apron strings in the course of a university cruise. ,T N ALI. TIIE TRIBE of American eollege l I Prufessorial hatred ot' impnlsiveness is a well-known faet, as is student love ot' a good argument. Consequently, after an interchange of slightly uncompli- nientary remarks, .loan's father was told in no uncertain lerins that Peter was in love with Joan, that Peter intended to do big things in a large way, and to hell with the faculty. Peler's grand aceoinplislnnent consisted of going on shore to precipitate himself, his friend, Dewey, und Hannibal, the valet, into the most beautiful sort of mess. ln fact, the sad truth was that, in trying to rescue an American from being deprived of the atmosphere, Peter aint Dewey and Hannibal were assigned wives-tn-be, a dale for the ceremony, and a ticket for the big event. Nieman Gnyuum Mclllllnn Cook I5-t V x,, Mr t l ,fx X X l l f -ol. F in-' .i,V'1Rru1J:'L ,Av i' , N2 til vilfil l, 'pu . Tj ,lf X tl ffm Qtttw , Q wow ii? , 1 "', t Wilt' 1, f,. ,X F . limi tt , 3 1 fxxx VHXXY1 VT ' if 1-:I Nw XY N, if' 11 'J 1txf,'fl lyklll, ll ,J hp N it :fit XX! , iw 1 tt ffl VNvltt'4l ., 3 tn' fc att' 1, 4 i tl 'fl -l' xllfkl it t, 1M -Q1 t 12 tl 1 lt, ,,- , ' t 1 fb .A ',f'x,' ll th 1 LX -N ts -U . "w igl l A-.ki .X x , I M 7f'P' P1 Jiiliof fi? 'Lew 'fiifk 3 , 1 11f--,T7TTT'F ,QIQQLQ ftfgf, Q5 Rf XL Q ll? s3f'fi+1iXf1f tw t t 'i V i 1 S Q , tw W , ' 1 1-31 t , b gil? W twfik xg, tXl'l'U,liVvNL1! XE! QTCJA M? llrtbkxdf Ll., 'IV' AAN --Ai" ---ff-4----T4-4------- 1 AW ------nf-44---------W --5 ------ A--Y-W X Hb. 'kg ' 'Sp f 3wf1's1', ' wtf, f.,.,.-7,,,m...,: ..? I tftgsj, 1 L- J . 1 J t ltjf it . -J-Il' 1 N I h ll fi 'J my i EM t , K 5 ' l V 1930 musical Eomeby l l l'HODlfClil7 BY Q 'rnn Fiussn PAINTERS Nothing was left at that point to nntkc Pctc-r's unhappiness 1-mnplnlc except .lozlu's ur- 5 Q rival. So hy the Llivinc right ot' play-write, Juan 2 , promptly put in het' appcamixwe together with E KQW,-3" two other Amcrivzm lzulius. Wheroupun at Sultan 'ffsfmkf' with an cyu for bounty-tlic sannu Sullnn, to ht' 'fx V"--4 sure, who haul decreed l'cter's wt-mltlingwhzul tht- 1 P' X' happy inspiration ot' incorporating .loan and hor 1,1 X companions into his household. Itlisumlcrslzllltl- k ing hgtwuen .loan :intl Pettit' was illll'OLlllCl'Li, mcztntnnc, by the tact that Joan illltlf.IiI'll3li that Peter' rvully aliprt-L-iatctl native style. Ilowever, Sultan Sun1snt's plains were consiclcrahly IIICSSCAI up wht-n :ill the AllltJl'lCllllS, with thu exception nt' Peter, made their cxll. We realizv that at this point, to lllillitt tht- story dramatically sunguinc, Pett-r should have been liillctl. But the nianagenu-nt of the Gvauul Opt-ru House ohjcctt-tl, and all thc ghosts ot' past musical vonictlios tliml, loo, hccatlse, after all, llutvl' was thc licru. So, Pulcr, with the hclp ot' the Sult:tn's right-lmncl xnun, Louie, and several native wnnton, iscallicrl. ln follow the thruc Antvricnn lzulics and Ilunuihal mul Dewey hack to tie Joal. . Oncc on lmztrtl ugainn the party was ont: liupiiy family. Fon: dom' Pztpzfs olncvtmns to Pc-tux' were wltlulruwn in thu light of his recent uxplntts, and pcum: reigned ovvr all. Amen. , ,.N,, , , , , V. . -.., ,.. . . K., k ., .. .,,h,,A,,.h1.,-,Q 1 . . . . it ,.,.,41-.., Miliul' Lvuds 155 l 'KA tu ii, Jig lvl I ' fl l 5275: 14 fx wwf 1 ll fr' lt 'Tcl 1-ixklt :ff N wg. L, ,gt Qjtlllp, '11-x 1- ,t Ffyilll Qij 'lux l lt?-'ff ul 74' 'QW I l 1' ff, 5 t , lj' 1'f l t1ui1t,1 li l iff lljgg 1 i1ffF'fl 5 sltliint 1' lt flii' '- I ffm, A ,Q l ll :wg . 1 E lllilg' 1 ,tl Eli l lt. K, gr' 1 ff fxxut l iltxxvi :' LS .N t YQK1. "1-titfmg t fx ,rw ft t , 1 mx tif. X f.'li?--Twft' , tu Q 1' " 3 K' fl ","y't!Q3,fC ff J Efxlvl ix -X 1 1-Qfl. 'X if 1t,!1-,xtgf-,t ' l i '..f I -1l'4ll9-ji 'g,f"Xl'l X tw" 'Kill' :lit ' RW ' 1 tu '5 if Niftjls WF it t.t.lLj5L 'ev to A. X . X 1 x i X Q X I Xi, xx, , K 1 fx -X ,, X .X r X, 1 l.'f"wll f 'iii i ,X l 'w ' l i V1 ll xx ,jx-X X N 1 .XV , l X Q i lioluul llllls Marjorie SL-iincr Mary Holzman Catherine Grimm Adi-lc Berger PONY Rnlli Allonici' lilcanor Douglass .lalncl Gnosinan lilsa Trcfzgcr Irma Hom-brink Alice McCall'l'm-y Lucilc Pnckvll Joan . . . Peter .... . Connie . Dewey . . . . . Margarilv . . llannilml Sanisnl . Captain . Professor . . Louie . . Bull . . . Spike . . Ship Captain . .. Radio Operator CAST .. ....5lilLlrc1l liivhcrt ..,C. Thonxzis Cliflon . . , .Marylxcllr Slirinvr . .Anllmny Slnlllrcyvr . . . . . . .Morlon Brown . . . .Allan Walsh . . . . .Sinn Rlusscr . . . . . .Jznncs Boyd , . , .Charles livkcrll' . . . . . . .Dan Tobin . . . . ,Tom Johnson . ,. .Dave llosunliloll , . .,.. Courtney Jark . . . . . . .Toni Gosscril Blossvngcr . . . . . . . .Byron Ahlburn Iioinba . . . .. . ,Ray Hilsingr-r AMl3llllI.XN C0l'l'l.liS Ray Hilsingur liil Ballcngcr Chick Llano Jim Erwin CH OR l'S Martha Davies Ruth Dickerson Bully Slirivvr Virginian Willis Edna Wolf Evulyn Yockvy Thulina lloinkc Thi- Golls Pmllvs l56 --jf -1 'Ensemble SHOW GIRLS lllarjorie .lapp Maurine Fusan Carolyn While lleryl Ullman Mary Louise Wuesl .luzlitli llirselilielml lisllu-r Lukeus Sallie Harkness Ruth Srhmidl Margaret While Virginia llall Marjorie Corlles AMAZONS lidyllie Dellilefs Carolyn Ragland Gertrude Keller Elizabeth Devers-aux NVIVES Rulh .lung Rulh Sewers Alice Funke Margarel Fry Virginia Roush Adeline Goruo Esther Ayers Martha Porter Sl'ECIAl.'l'llES Carmen Perronc Frank Kunkel SOLDIERS J. Curran A. .l. Bemau C, Ill. Hayes M. Ruvk ll. Rabhe li, Hilsinger MIiN'S CHORUS George Brosserl Al Lisliawa Gordon Hueh Richard Rowland David Sterns George Kramer Mariou Bran! Rob Bevis Fred McCasliu Rirhard Criswell QUARTET Marlin Fills Leo Slienle Bruce Dunham XVilson Lang Carmen lklrrune R. T. Nieman M. Hunt Rnbcrl Allison George Hamilton Robert Morrison Snmsn1's Court Amerlran Couples 1 X 157 i 1, .. W X., X , rr ,U , X,-il , lx L, x X X , x 1 ' .V X ilfx X w X x we 4 N X - V 5 ff -'V' f t 2 0 Xvf' XTX Qiymd tt es ,Q 2suDTb'o5Pif5X l 6 f x 1 o R fl N I 2 f xx f Wx ,f If if .ii i i 1 A N A N sash ? . l -1 iii lf' i L IFEX X fx EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Professional Director ............................. Student Director ....... Business Manager ...,... Executive Secretary .... Music Director ....... Dancing Director... Orchestrator . . .. .. Facility Adviser. . . . . ......................... . . . John Redhead Froome . . . . . . .John G. Gayman William H. Nieman , ..... Marion McMillan . . . . . .Richard Fluke . ..... I osef Castle . . . . . Clilford Lang ... .Alan K. Laing PRODUCTION COMMITTEE Assistant Student Director. . , ......... . .... ....... . Assistant Business Manager ..... . . . . ............... I I I . .... I I . . I I :Paul AH:-ckcl Director of Publicity ............... ............ . ..... .......... H a rry Porter Bettv Cook Assistant ............,................... . ................. C. Chester Charles Committee-Frances Durbin, Hannah Grad Chairman of Tickets ....................................... William Hammond Assistant Chairman .................................. . ..... William Horstman Assistants-Carl Baller, Robert Gaffney Muster of Wardrobe. ......................................... Theodore Dunn Assistant-C. K. Geiringer Mistress of Wardrobe ...................................... Ruth Cunningham Assistants-Angelese Hays, Dorothy Galloway Master ot' Properties ............................................ Mike Conner Assistant-Jan Liszniewski Mistress of Properties ............................,............ .Kathleen Secs Assistant-Janet Gebliardt Stage Manager ........ ................... ..... . . Score Editor , ..... Score Manager. . . . . Program Editor .................................. Program Manager .....,..........i............... Chairman ot' Music ...... . .............. , ......... . . ............. Erle Hanson Mary Elizabeth Davies . . . . . . . . . .Jack Thornell . . . . . . . . . . . .Margaret Miller .. . . . . . . . .Charles S. Adams Margaret White Assistants-Lyle Franz, virginia McBride, ClEiili'i.bii'i36'zinke Chairman of Lyrics .... . . . . ..................... . .Melba Phillips Assistants-Helen Dean, virgiiiiii 'iiiiiiis' ' ' " Chairman of Scenery Committee ................................ Jack Thornell Chairman of Costume Committee .......... . ........ .... . .......... H clen Breese Assistant-Virginia Ernst General Secretaries. ........ ........... . . . . . . . . . . . ,,,,,, .I f " .Ellen Peters, Betty Moeser H! 'L ' I .YL , , W wwe' T' f ,f I " i .1 .M -ia. at L 3 i " A Hammond Belrne Davies -lleckel Adams Hanson Thurnell Cook Porter Cunningham Miller Hays Conner Gtlhertson Tower Sees Mueller Moeser Baller Gebhurdt Mowntt Durhln Katz Peters 0 O If ,Q xx rl X Q X. 3 77? 'Ci K il 1, for ia Xalifaiae siaisiaiafaiiaaiisswf ff ix El? -1,53 , Jfi3 'i if-f v kg, S ff DQ iii? I V E0 I VK 7 F' - ' 2: 2 Q 2 M ., 774 N sf CM U? M o . , 'Q 9 F , 0 X NES a fm N E 1 -9 4 '99 FEW Social 'Events f' W 1 R gon QQ 1 M ,Xi U 3, M B XQNQQQQNQGNNQFQQNQQQS? Ifunior A' rom Prnnn Oueen COMMITTEE llnznmsnr S'l'.klllCli, Clmirnmn GL-urge Wallace Margaret Rccll lloy Lance Marjnric I-lnllcnbcrg Myra Maxncr Erle Hanson llicllard Steves Margaret Miller David Porter Frank Swccny Tlmmas Shine - Mildred Eichcrl Hanson Lance Shine Wnllucc Nnnnemncln-r Sweenev Reed Slnrlck Miller llnrlrr 160 -' ' gk- YL X' ' X l if-N xl n . f 5 . Y tty , fl 5' wx X4 t.X. m1lXX 2 ,Wt x j t N U f.v 'fat ,X X I 'x ' WX 'IN X , LXIXI -NX v . ,xxx 1 ' xs. X 1' f ' ,- t ,tX X QL t UT Mfr, 'fit , 'Y' X . XR fy 1 ' 1 ,lt ,X ,. ft A tlsiflx X KN M i tx.: X Nt 5 1 N M, x txfX Xt XUX. l l x V . I l l .ta - .J X.. XXX 5 i vw, I I X IX AM X .nt X , hX. X ,V , I YH, ,XV,,x- Y . X - 3 X -- NX t f. X- ,f ' X T X , s, I X ., N X NX- X X K gl WX X 1, Q X Xtt ,AX 'V .Y X X, ' x., ,X tk K. , Tlfotel Gibson march ffifteeuz t Shlrirk 'i HE GIBSON BALLROOM in all its splendor - - - softly colored lights - - - strains of il jazzy orchestra - - - the animated langhtcr of pretty ladies - - - the continuous hum of conversation - - - fragrant ilnwcrs - - - nuvvl and attractive favors - - - more music, then ax sutldcn quiet - - - thc Prunl Queen appears - - - congratulations ensue - - - dancing continues - - - Stags cut in - - - than the break of mlnwn - - - tired but happy couples dt-part - - - silt-noe stunls over the ballroom - - - fl huge sllcccss - - - the Junior Prom. 161 x X X X xx X X X Q Qs r 'Y 'X 1' -. XV. t.. ill 152 . 'ix X f f' X 1 VX' Xt xtfttu! ,'X,f., X X. Xiu N7 Xt, llrlg 7 "X ,s ,f ff L. , N1 X X Mfg X X NX" X r ut, ' - X X XQX ,L V ,t Xe NV rt Q-- fA f' V ', f X"':, Y! . 2, V, i , X N., X. I Xa, 1 'vit X jf 1 ',l: ,rx , ,tt-1' is ,XS Ut 1' X If W ,, 'z ,X tw y X 1' X 't ff X tg: X t ,, tx . ,J X W, X 5 '-,Xxx XXX t ,L -XX 1 Xt X Senior Tfop wise Gilnvrisnn COMM l'1"l'IiE Blu, Wrsxa, Chairman C. Guxmzn GIl.lllZll'l'SON, Cu-Chairman llolrl. B. Cnvkrnue .lark Tlmruell Osrur Grebner Miriam Walker Dorothy Galloway lila Dickmeier Mnry Eliznbelh Davies Dorulhy Keating 'T Illi SENIOR HOP wus lhe first vnrsily dance lo be given in lhe new Y building. A small, but-as the eonnnillee say-melee! gathering allendexl. Music was furnished by the Campus Owls ol' George Eichv. The scllings of the beautiful new building ollereil excellent facilities for a social nlfair nl' this kind. The Senior Dance is the last gathering of the outgoing class, as well as lhe lasl college dance of lhc year. "On to thc Bual Ride," is llie lllllllll ol' the Seniors, lhen caps and gowns, grzulualion and ilepzlrlure, some lo return again ui class reunions and snluc to be seen no nmre. Wise Dirknleler Gllherlxon 162 1 Milli, me Sllnrnll Sophomore Tffop COXlRlI'l"I'l2E En, SIMnALl,, Clmirman limi. Ilannxnond ldn Hninke Christine Schnm' Bob xvilili' Mary Wilson liilwnrcl Ebeling Morton Brown Janet Gebhnrrll Charles Wilson Ellen Peters Bill Flulelxur Wilson Bailey EARTS tn the right nf lheln. hearts to llu- left of lhem. rlzlnceil the six Jfr hundred who ntlenxletl the annual Soph Hnp. For the lhL'lll0 of the party was taken from the qnninl story of old Sain! Valentine. And thus, dodging in and out :nnong the dangling vulentim-s, the eonvivinl clalneers spent n merry evening nl the oltl Gym. Fmln all indications, if one nmy judge by facial expressions, the ilunve was il huge success. ' Al least, so the little co-cds thought, for each one danced her way through the night unlil lhe lust slrzlins ol' lllllSil' :lied away. 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'QL l 1 ' T1 ff I 55 X11 ' f A17 fi- F1-.11-S11-r KTXX11 X1 H jx " COMM1'1"1'15E ' 11 3 Anonru Fo1f11s'r12n, Clmirnmn idx.- 1 11 B.-111 NVhile 111111111115 Riley 1' UT-X Eclilh Xhilihlllllllll llnnter Mnoru 111,11 ,"11 rx! 73 111115 l?L'1lIlL' .lllllllS .gglblf 51,2 NL- ix 11 'om rmstrong James 'rvin J'-.. 1, lbnrnlhy Granger William Bl?l'Vl'llllg0l' if ,"'1'X f , Q Q1 XX "1X,xl1 N E'Rli nl lhc Freshman Reception. Who? livu1'ylJurly - - - frcsluncn, soph- 3 T1KY.'X1" 1, 1' ". 11 umorcs, juniors, seniors---even the faculty. The lights are dim, hut H1 l ff 1 not too llixn lo hide the bold colors-U green and white'--of the slill 1 :USN H1 1 ' 11 1 1 bolder class of '33. 'M X1 K 1 1 Now 11 frosh goes daishing uflcr the liauly senior, and whal's more sho likes it. 111' 5111, 15 , " 1 Docs he? Q 111,1ffN1 in 'M 1 In spilc of thu confusion and the hlarc of lhc orvlluslrn, lhu fl'CShlllL'll Ivsccivv 'X 1 N I .Q'311'1 -11 their first lhrill of an U. C. claxwc. They lxavo been initialecl into the whirl nfl 'VAN fx H31 11 social life nn their czlmpus. 1. " ,5 fix X41 111 1 1 ,-"Tl '1111Q,l',11 1lQ'f,r' 1 1 11111111 111,111 1, 1 txt it Sl J 1511" -.11 U, " l 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 V 1 1, - 1 . " 'I ' -: 1 1 1' 1 . 1 , 1 X ' 1 N1 'E 11 5 , - '1' ML llli 1 N1 11- ,V :11- -K , 1 N , 111111 '1 1 fr I ' ,,1 , 1 ' K ' if 1 ' 2 1 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 1. ' 1 1 1 . J '1 11 ,, ' 1:'1K:y13.1.1 1 1- ' 'X . ,1 1 ' 1 .4 X, , X Moore Riley Berwnnger ,A 4 1' 'T 17 ' 1 T11 Grnnier Fm-rslcr Belrne 1 ' 1 I' h' 1 A 2 A I ' W J l ' , 1 , X l64 I , - J -X -f -5- - gf - f----ffvf ffff +-'Aff-f Y-v - HW- ' -- - '-Q 1 g ' 'A 1 ' X 32' KX- 1" ff! KN Z 'N1 , A , up 'g 12421 1111: -1 1. fl-1,1 , '1 1 X 1 1 1 -1 1 4 - 1 1 ,M 1, 11 1 ' 1' "'!.'122'93 92' The Co-Op Skip ...M L,.., .W ........................- ....,M.....-,...0.....- um-any Nm, lm. -1. any uma aym .. .-W i GIK4H1mm.... .....,......- . - i Co-Op Skip COXlMl'l'TEE Knmws PAN. Kxnnrzs, Chai: Byron Ahlhurn Robert Weslernnm Vernon Curran Philip Scott lirle Hanson Ray lirosslner Dan Laurenee, Jr. -if HE SKIP enntinucs--- from one end of tn the uther. Co-ops are in their glory- carc they for the satin slippers of their hot, the decorations, too, the crowd congcni-ll t 'lllllll Lawson Whilesitles Harry W. Anderson Milton Nelson Scott Saunders Thomas Shine William Fletcher the reml aml bluek bedeeked gym -- it's their annual dance. What honored dates. The orchestra is ie event a knockout. This is thc . . 1 i eo-op struggle, eall it what they nnly. xmumm Fl:-u-her xx'li1n-Siu.-it sl-me swn Wrsternmn Hansen Curran linbbes N4-lxnn lh-cssmer X l65 g- -- i , ix Y , - K' 'X-Xrfl' Ll QT, in 11 , X V. X ,. M f, xI,K N N v,..x ,if ijxti 4 N :EM-,X1l1vb'flfr,k,Qfi Y? N' xx. kk E! J ,wir if ',gxtQwxi,liaw.'ilmfilfg-fel ivlmiww, x e . .xv p' h' in M' J Y- -..wap :g 'At I, i' t XX N .5 K. .f Leaf- U lkgy kK,,..w,? e7 'Qt in ,jj Kill VL Xie, X -Q Qyv v f, x Ullmlitary Ball M norln-n ml COMMITTEE MAJ. ll. li. hlll0llllllAD, Clminmm Liuut. H. A. Rork Capt. R. C. llond Licul. H. D. Wada- Capt. A. 'l'. Auburn Lieut. V. E. Curran Maj. E. Gnrsuch NCIS again the armed forces invade the gym. Fair ladies accompany them. Tho ball is nn. Now the honorary cadet colour-I approaches and ad- mirers bow before her. Dancing, music, bright lights, blazing Color, khaki uniforms mingled with lovely fcniininu evening clothes, und at last appears the shining arch of crossvd sabrcsg thc furmal summons ol' thc Srabhard and Blade. January 31 ---why thc Military Ball, of course. Curran Auburn Heck Moorhead XVnde Sullterllllld Gorsuch Hood A t 166 l 1 V ' I Nr I Ilumpton Sylvia Cliasson Raymond Bosworth W. M. Conner Phillip Riddiuger Mary Atkins Virginia Willis Luella Barnes Richard Dexter Ernst Pickering Yveaux 1115 55011 COMMI'1"l'EE l'tonnn'r Kiaxxnor, Chnirnmn George Hampton William Heist Carla Tackenherg Helen Breese Stuart Ball Eugene Schraud Irene Arcnd Hannah Grad Jess Paul Howard Ronsheiu Ruth Granger Dale Driscoll Margaret De Camp Jack Thornell Reginald Grooms Reuben Cohn Margaret White liuluwtly campus for one evening in April. Flaunting the gay colors ot' its period, vENlCE, eolorful city of the Renaissance, was transported to the University thc students of the Applied Arts College turned out for their annual Beaux Arts Ball. Modeled after the famous Art Balls of New York, this proved torbo ingenious in plan and detail, and is entirely the work, from costumes to srenery, of the Applied Arts students themselves. Hampton Porter Tlxornell Kennedy Conner Colm Rust White Chasson Ilrcese llnrnes Bosworth N t 167 ,, . , . ,, ,kxx ,,., .5--Xxx in X , , . 1 ,. xl. x , xx., .- .X 5, , f ,. V V E ,. ,.. -x, , xx. ' E 1 . 9, Y , ffl.. WM LU NP' . 1 , ' Q- ' K, xi Vxx., ., A-X 3 EA' xx ,. x , 1, 75 my . J . i....,,..,,, jg., ,xxx 'H 1 f NM Ii: 'xx 'W 'E ' 1 xx "x. N - xx 7X g xxxxgy JUNIOR PROM fl xx x x mxxx.5 511757.56 PROGRAM x V 7 Y. 5 ' if Biff? x ' -55.-' r L J it fx M... W ,Xxx l "ax, sfi I 'xg "w ' v.x m- gp - Nix xx Q ! WY 'x ! S. M.. xr Xllf N x,x ,., ' I 25x Iv vf fx jx M if--fx xx.. .E - I I 1 I tk' X x L. Xxx xxx' V! ,xx x .xx X x x, 3 lvl "x- E1 , .W '. I . , xi 1,1 -QQ. I XY ,Hr Xxx x ,wx rr mf x Hi x HRH! f 'V 'I lk 1 , W. N 'aim I 9" Q1 'NYM y Nl f-XTX 5 xxx:-T 11 --,xx THE PROM QUEEN F R. 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' td 1 -T IIE work ot' the ltlilitnry Department has progressed satisfactorily during the past year. This is the result of the willing spirit shown by the cadets, N and the help nnd co-operation ot' the engineering faculty. - Our objective is not to foster si militaristic spirit, but to help train our ' educated youth for their duties ns good citizens. Our graduates will he good citizens in times of peace and will he ready to assist our government in meeting 0 ll national emergency. 9 0 MAJ. C. R. Joxes. 0 Y L X! L 4 t- f xx KK v' 1 N N f X' vfl I l Y I 1 X fx as T Q W e fi 'N X lj U 'F f X YYWAWV i W ff l wr ,X l l Y X "l K , in A L l 2.55 1 z j ll ' R 5' J . IX I my-1. cmxmn mm. wolf l.m. Slmrldun xml. .Innes l.l. whine 1.1. Schilling N l X ' .lg 4- Q .D ,W aculty of the milllary apartment 1 '-,nfl fl 'Q Major C. R. Jones First LL W, L. Claxton 1 ' ' : Captain H. I.. Campbell Firsl Lt. K. B. Schilling ' First Ll. I.. A. lYhite First Lt. Sheridan ENLISTED DETACHMENT Muster Sgt. D. H. Colfer Sergeant F. I-l. Miller Scrgl-ant .l. C. Middlebrouks Sergeant A. T. Donahue l 1, l l l l sm. Mlllrr xl:-sur Sgl. Colfer sg1.Miudh-bl-mum , cl 1 ' X 171 -nf Xt., .XM X W I . l va - ll- X 1 Ml , X jr . N l V, X ,, , X X l, . .X Q ,J y Wg , ' -V xx ' Xl J: .XR ,V . i i i i X. I If I. l, P 1 i .. 1. n-1 Nl, 5 , I XX Mm ... gli N .. Vv"l l 1 Ll. CGI. R. E. Plllllnvy Col. Al. lllllvn l.!. Cul. D. J. lhlllml Rrgilncnlnl COIllIllllHli!'l' Colonel A. J. Rilten Rcgimvnial .-ldjnlanl flssisimrt Rfgilllellilli Adjnlanl Major l.. V. Peet Cnptain R. B. Bowres l Alllllil!i8iI'Ilii0l1. Plans and Training Major C. P. Schneider Major H. H. Winkli-man Inlnlligencc Supply Major R. C. Taylor Major C. Gorsuch .blsxistnnls Captain R. C. Hood Captain A. S. Enions Cnplnin ll. W. Lewis Captain R. W. Bnrsdalc Band C0llllIll1I1dl'l' Section I Band Cnlnlnnndrr Section ll Captain V. E. Curran Captain 0. T. Egolf First Bnifnlion Comnmndrr Svcond liallrllioll Cmnlnrulder Ll. Colonel R. E. Phinnuy Lt. Coloncl D. J. Hullon Majorlll. E. More-licad. Adil. Major J. G. Snlhurland, Adjl. Captain G. H. lzdwnrds, Ass. Adjl. Captain G. C. Carlson, Ass. Adjt. LEWIS Tnylnl' PPM Elnnmlls Yvillkclnmll lfllrrllll Eiluif Sn-hneldor liorsnrh Plilnney Collmn lllm-n Ihllion Morehead Sutherland l7Z vf ' .h 5 .Ayn fi N -: N 'vj AW x 3-, ,X ,' R' Nligxxiin pry. i'xk,if.'-XS. ,liffx .Rf-.Nil x . 1 M 1 t KKXXJIW Y' A ik mrgw H. A .1mj m.11L p fl M5 X X . , x g1.H. x ' ' ' ' -S n 1 K , . X.- .Xe 4 x M - X' 0 X fg 'Vin .s.3-giff'.-1 F-'fr' 'iii' ey, .f fn ,X Miss Mun' Lot' C0l.l.nM 'T' llIi.MIl.l'l'.tltY lllEl'AR'l'MEN'l' clot-tt-cl its first annual llnlmrary Colonel last yt-:nn This yt-ul' Miss Cullum was utlicizllly pm-svlltcml tu the lfnit :lt thc Military Bull under al striking tll'll1y setting lJUl'lI'llyl'li by the clovorn- tinns in the Mn-n's litlll. The Rl'g'iIltl'l'tilli Stull' :lvtt-tl :ls un escort to thc H0n0rul'y Colonel. YW hope that in years to como this traulilinn will ho ll fuatturv nt' the activities nf thc Military li0Dill'llllCIlt. 173 1,11-rx 1 .1 W 11 '11 1 ,I 1, 1 11' 11111 X I I1 1 1.1 ., 1, W ,. 1 511:11-11,L'1' X 1 1. . l F XY jf-1 U11 1-I 111 '3-1 WQ111 ' 1.11. 1.11151-II'1,1'1 ' 1 , N, 1 'xi . 1 1 11 X ff, Xi! "'1-,If-VL. 11 11 1 .V 1 ..1,1,gQ'1 f 411,111 I "1T.I K X111 3,1 11.131 H ..1 1111+ 1111 ,V,f -1 . f E T1 ' 1 ,411 ., .11 .,1,.. .V ' 1 I. 1"1: Nw 1. . 1 f. 1. 1 1 .11 115.1111 1 A '1'111, 2. ,:'1 11 111 111111 1 I 1 11 11 1 -- YK 1 C 111 1111 1 11-1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 I1 1 I I . 1 I I 1 1 x. 1.1 -1 -1 51,-.11 1- 1.1. N. ' , 1 wi! N-X5 CJ: 'T 1 411. 11 jf Xa. 111. 11.-If T51 .,, 1 x- 1. 1 .. . 1 1 -- 11. 1: 1 1 x ' 1, 1, Leu- 1-:Ly 111 1 Tirst Battalion 1 1 .x , . Q1 inf' 11 , 11111 17,2 511411 11151-1.:i'1QiQ 1 XFX?- . 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Xxx 7,1 V f ' ,M , X V ,R ,I 1 K lv X ., i Cabal Cfficers I 1 I I E 1 K ,VK N1 rfN..fj1 ifIilf5QY! I Q I "M l ,,,.wR .. X H SECTIONI I y , lx Ni x YY f I SECTION II 1 76 Wfkv- . fe- Y for ef CL 1 fp e 1 1 11?fYae11:- fl 1 ,f 'sf?"w'?"flfx::f:'X1.1 1 x 1 - A f I- ' L 5 657954 1'5"-?' V-FN' . fi ' ' .5 Sfifks. ibseiiie, ffifi. WVYZQ...-if .-4" 3f', 'VI' D VJ' 'iw V V V V 551531 -1 Jfffr' N , iglpqiiqi A1 ' 1. 1m sf- . M . .-.er-21211 1tehf"1ix if Y1 1 -1 11.1 1 A.. ,cfqx , fo L!..,'gg1 1 111111. ' vw.-1 ' E 1 1 5.11 .1 LD e 1 e Oeam 1 1 ld ' .F E nf 1 ' R142 to 1 ,Y q g" QNX Couch ......... ..... t Arr. Hluuxv L. C.nxrmaLL, Oun., U. S. A. X 'lf Team Captain. . . ....,.....,................ R. L. Solxozu X 1 Team Manager. . . . . .... W. J. Xl Ewzlzr. e. - ill! 1 42333 I V 14.11 ill 9' LTHOUGH losing at mid-season several of last yecu-'s letter men, the team i has been going along in great shape. A majority of the matches scheduled V if-AS, have been won and the prospects are excellent for this year's team I SQL 1 excelling the achievements of lust year. A number of very good shots have been L r4X",-X found among the new meng consistent practice has made top-nolchers out of some In 4 f -4 of last year's men. and the spirit generally is at u higher level than ever before. :X Ns 1' 1 XS Credit for a very great deal of this year's progress must go to Sgt. Miller for his KJ 'X :ff N, never-failing co-operation, while Sgt. Donahue has been of very great aid to the X coach, Capt. Campbell, in carrying along the work. ,f 1 1 1 1 1 ' .. ii Several foreign matches have been scheduled, particularly with the English A f, Xi universities, thus carrying the name, and incidentally the fame, of our school iv 'X f l abroad. To round out the training as many shoulder to shoulder matches as sf 1 .wt 1 xx' 1 fl '1 ' l fp' i l 1 x. possible have been scheduled, thus counteraeting the principal weakness of last ycar's team. E ' 'Zi 1 1 Q.-uw f . 1 ,Milt Rille marksmanship as a sport is growing rapidly in popularity both at U. C. J-111 1 I V11 ffl! and at practically all other colleges and universities, and in view of our successful KX' 'If' f records for the past several seasons it is our earnest hope to soon see it established Q. f 1 ' -. . . U. c. My I :V-ki is one o I I0 nunm sports 'it 1Nrx YYY K nfl lx 1 1 i it f. fgQ'ffQ. P- .1 UQ .. 141 1.f11-1551 ogy, 111 311 .1 1 "1 sugf,-'i lx 11:27. 1 37' " V I X- .gfh .?1l1j51 11m W X xl: X 1 1 . fu1,'1 I 1 Yliiif 1 1 112 11.11 My. 15451 11.1 1'sPe4qf?1 1, - It-ffm.,-.,. M111 1f"'zi ff-1 'ifzspgffzit 11 1 1 . 1 1615, 1 .KQL1 X,.QH1 ,1.f3HJ. ,Ruffle 111 I 5 ft KN K N W 1211111 Lax W f 1 1 ' l Kfif' T-.XQT . 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I fifgfiil te 23155 f-"V ' l. .L fi ' li If S :EQ -5 - 'L fr, .3 3"Nl,'-X , .1 -4 ir l ' , 1 thi! 1' Aix, .Nw 'rw Ky l -' 15" 'XL slf ,nfl f Rf! 3 ill: f15f31'1il l .maxr 5 ." lr!"ff.'if! ,- get nf' l . al Q' HE CADET is a potential W lender in the reserve army of the nation, iust X as any other eollege man is the potential lender in the world nt' nmdern business. Upon com- pletion of his course he is cmn- ' W niissioned a reserve otticer and l I assigned to the skeleton army 1 which the National Defense Act has created. This army in the time ot' a major emergeney will he tllled in with reserves from our civilian population. These men must undergo an intensive training, and there is where il heroines the duty nf the reserve nllleer to train this nrniy and lend it in defense of the country. As it is often said, n military training is of inestimuble worth to every young man-while dc- velopilng him physirully, il nt the same time instructs him in the principles of group en-ordination, respect for authority, and develops individual responsibility. 5 l 1 I 2 l l x Ur- Afgrm' li f Wwil rl ,.f,J -X' ' .ft XFQH- ff. y .' 'M ..-YXQTE Ex1.l.2:,x 1 ,f xr. 2 Fx . l .J J 3 lil, Fhl :y.r,,.,4-.A. Alwillih ll Umpbt 'l g x . . , v VFX- f.. ff 1 ' af 111 3 x1,,w,.., 1 'N JW- 1 ltfyfakfll ' Kilim W 3'sl:"',f'l . l it , ,xx re-A 9- xtfsx I ,f WRX xl , f . MAVQ l L." ,Jxgi ', yffs' Y rf? - .. , . if N yo' A. I, E, WM f W fit 5, Hwy! 1 ll? ,-1v.- .lt x 1351 cf. "LQ ,.,-A " .rs N p . xXX'9'l.31 1 if f it 1, 5.,xlhx'tel gigs' i..sg, ff fHa..g'P,.ll . Q V i ff gre? iiagifiiiz ' f . I if ' g"I'U. in X' ll lpfhiitj r fir t iqjrvlx it lkfiig, l fi2f'21ffi...' iffy' "jg 5. 7.14.-g-pl 'lf .ss-fi J ll I xg ll3Ntp,9g5 1 -it "Hg-'gs me-, F L E' KU' W-kiwi! 'fell .jp ,C TN E 1 girl if" ! 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It is 1 1 K if ' Xi not that the thirteen stripes ' ' - ' f X' A .LH represent the thirteen original I 1' Y ' N 'H fl 5 states. or that the stars represent C Q MIVL- A f' the present number ot' our stgtes, A L 11' 3j!,3jf4:,f.-,,'f or even that the red portrays strength, the white pnrity, and I, '-lx' . . - 1, 5 1 1 the blue the gl-Rlldtilll ofthe nm- .N verse. lt is only that in the llag we I ' ,X see the east, the west, the north, 7,-QV! ' Xi j 'Q' "4 and the soutlig the cities and the P' X -H fftxx lieltlsg the plains and the mnun- ' ,1 X! X MIN , tninsg and that in them all we V, .A ,fmt X E feel the might und the beauty ot , nga ' ' f U5 Nl America-where demneraev tru- " Mg- ,, ., lf ,kiwi L-xtlv,lLmlW ternity, and equality stand para- ll tl ,-lirxigs' mount-those ideals which have fx.,-L 1 fkX xl been instigntetl by mn' fore- f! ' f fathers, enobled and preserved in our colors :mtl revered by us all. W X it '-A ' t ' wi ,XE K 5 2, .ffflf ff l r ' it in L? ,hw X V 1 . 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Slllllllwl' mood. Tomorrow ils eloislers will be teeming with noisy Freshmen and watchful 1 Sophomore-s. i Hx. 11 1 1 X 1 1 11'1 1 1 Q l K VL: rf 1 l l fix 11,1 l xl 2 PM H 1 if 1 Will fl'f'1'l,'4 ii 2. 'ill ,i N 1 E10 11 ll W , 'l'on1orrnw arrives. To many a hopeful swuin lhe least inter- - esling fealnre ol' registration day K is not llie incoming frosh girls. 11 1 ,X lx' W 'J' I 'X i 1 Y. .3 1 ml 1 I I X 1! llow many In-nuly queens, N tj, how many Phi Bs-ltn Knppas ' might be hidden here? ' 1 1, 1,1-77 ll if ' 1 11 1 x ' , 1 15 , 1 1 .xl 14 f 1 Nj, ,H 1 1, jllfklj 1 Yet, one and all, 1 :ggll lln-y share the same W 1 k 1 1 5. fnle at lhe hands oi' Ml 1 1 1 mi the vigilants. 1 l ' , -..1.1Q l ' W W . , N X ,.f ' ' Qlfvi ,H lx .lv 1 l X 1 fs ffm fx l9l X N I I V' X 1, .. g 1 -'H -3 --" YA'-U 'A" ' ' " 'jf ' "fu " "" 'ij Ywfwq X 1 . 'Biff f 1- . - . h X, ..-if QW? M I ' .1 fy ' X 1 k Ajffwili :lx --ilii X1 i 'lit'-13 1 X I' 'iw fx li. xl X' x X , I ,E 3 , .1 - 1 . 1 1 S 1, H X ,N-rp N 1,5 1' , ,,, l f X ' 'i,g,,,:.,,,g- jL...L.L.gg., ,..,,,. .V LlLT.Z...-I--L..1QL..-QQ.l4IL,L..L-.,l.'f,..fAl-.--- i-f..-----K-w--.-f- -Lf l i 1 7 I f iT"'ii? f A xiii L l O Q X Wi - ,Qmffiiflfq 5 fliikT'T:N5"5?'5i'rLVA 57: ,mjiz o, ,,,, , ,,,,A M,,M,fiF'L,,,..'i,4 V kj' di ff. ,QM vlimlf, .- g...:'.4.g.-.Li1?-5,gQ'j5Kl,,,QNNQ ,L:x!k:If,. V, XX X, M il JQJ i 'Emil SZQQM Q Q, 9 ' fl , ,K va -1 ep 1 Q,Ll3q7Q ,"r -iff Q 30' 1' fl Wig fi NT , f 4 QTFVX i l .47 K J ' 'thi u 4-if fi .QB k 1 by "' ' 5 A To prove that Politics are still alive on the campus these co-eds are out gulting votes lo put over the University Bond lsuc. ue.-no Jf'E l , .-lx X K Nw o l Iii Qi ' l -lc N 5 'W ' 1 l .' , . xv if fl W. U 'l yds. yffi ,Y Y 1: And ll8l'L"S lhc old Commons all ff xjfw' X dressed up for the now uw: iff 'fe I ip 1'-"N N x, , l FN XKMN , ,xxx . "Y: ,, f KW in 1 N- X112 " . iff, -F fi 'fx f"xj 5 3 amz' q gaiipi-fi , fikfzfffil x:'1iip',fi JWVBX ., WX ff X f Here is curtain proof that some people dn study nt college. lfilgfxl rim w , H v I .J l'l 1 f ' if l ! 4 1,1-nf i Nl I . my, X ,f1fX ff A i s, EN if 'ilk Sfimg lppo 7 Yflkw f if 1 ' 1 LJ 'Q' RELQWTP M572 -V NJ! mf, lx ff EIN life ' 'X 'Ki Vbfxll www J iq, mil!! D., Gil . 5 lfuw things get under way 1 lk more quickly llmn womcn's ath- My f 1' ln-tics. The warm days won'l U--iflbl N 'X last foruvcr. f N fi N' K '92 I v ,-'1'L?f,f'YTE: , Qf"'fiif'j"' ff" V"'i""'Zi""'p'4'A' ri! 'f ' 'W ff ii, ff-FG-1 ii X i' Xi5E52NV5k3'k Cfoggaf oo o o ,Qfllii 7 - ogi9Ei-,5,f"X-f-17'4fif1Yi" 1 eq If 0 . ' f . the ' tio hen 'X QQ U Ca WY 75 5 3 79 ff, 1 66 091 ro 152 'gf if l AP fi X394 QEQQQQQQQNQQNNQQQKGQNMQW ' l t . - N x , , N 1 5 W , l ex 3 . . "Elm 1 .X' V- ' " 1. , ,f X-.V ,, ' .1 ,Q . ,Av K l , K ' ' ' You can'l stop the greatest of X Ohio's Football tenms. Hart. of L jf' ' Ohio, lakes a bust nt the Rell and A ' ' ' 1 , t .V ,I 'Y 514 1 ' V e-1 fl x X, ia .M llwl-531 QL-frjwl ,Xml , , ,Mtv J N. .. llzt' L l XX , , f .-,l X, ft ,X. A N .XX ,Q . l 1 , M V ' , ,,. 1 K . ..,, E 'x' .st V. A, A S L. , rs, '-, x ggi' -,sn 3 J -y ,A K 1 :JF lxtakl, x xg , "Down the slrcel comes the rebel lremli-" 0hio's eighty- pieee bnnml, lending the parade, re-eclmes the thundering nmreh nf her fonlhnll lenln. There is deep gloom during the game, but plenty of laughs between the halves. Here are lwn of the winning floats. w lllaek line. x X s I94 R l. l l' ,t Y I Tx: ' All lx X Wx , I .K ' 1 4 XXX!! X Vw. l X , lf is ' -Fw ' 1 ll U1 I lf t. ,.f 1.15 1., 1 1 1 11 '1 '11 R1 1k 1 1 1' V ' W1 ,, Q 11.5. -tiff, 1 ' '1 T 1 1 4 11111,-11 1 1 1 1.211 1:,111' 1 1 1 11 1111 A 1 , .11 1 1 11111511 1 11 '1 '12 H571 j f f1.f, 11' ri 1, 3 11.1511 1 1:11 H111 'P' 1 ' ' V1 21 T '1 1 i-ff Wzffllii 1l3 V1 -R ' ffigi ::1 '11 l1 111 The Lum Chis lit't the cup fx 1 1 1 from the Sigma Delta Rho inantcl q,"1 , i1 V1 511,11 with their interpretation of col- i 1 1, V 134111 lege frmn the viewpoint of thc Xl 1 11 11 - 141 I1 1- 4 public and that of the Co-np. Q 150, 1 11 ,111 1 31 A1'T1H1f i 1 3 Ati.: 3 'l11xM'l1 1 31ff"'i l 111k-11 11 1 11511111 P IWW Qi 1 QMNWQP1 1 " 1. 1 1 in JN 1 1!.V.1f1'Xf1j 1! 1x1 11. 1 1 1 1-X, 11 111 ,J 1-'J' ,111 101211 W i J -- . 11' .fxim But taking the cup from the 1 1' X , Alpha Chis is too much of an as- Fir Xx- signment. Herc's their winning 1l11r' 111.91 1 1 entry. V11 l1 1111 ' is iifwllx WI 11 1 z 1 111 11 li A Tim, 11 1' 1 Nj" Wffv 111 J" I: 11 V 1' -1 11 . A 1 1 fm x 11x,Q,, X12 " Presenting "My Pnl," thc great- X. 1' pg ,f 1 11' 1' -1 r 1- f tb ll 1 '4 f'i 11 11 1,11 X1 is o him trn oo si 5 coac tes, WJ, ff 1 1 , 1X 11, 11 and at lcxv of the Mystics trying ,, '1, 1 .'1 1 :W ' 5 i to pretend they ure doing some- ' ff J 'J . 1N1N11 1111K 111 I I 'gli thing in m'00l'dam'v with trndi- Qj1.',P,1 1 '1 11-tw N l . 1 121,12 11111 ,, .1 11 1 1 lmn. 1 1f.1,-,f.,1,,L 1-1.11 .4 1 1 -1 1:-11, 1, 1.11, 1 1 1 A 1. 1. ' , 1'1,-ltd! lL,'1 111 '1 11 1" '1"'3,N1' 11 111,i1:111'1 1, 11 11 111,111,751 11 11.1-1 '111 1 ,1,1YJ111A' 1 1, 1, 11171, . L 1 1 if 1-F11 1 '111t 111,111 1 1 " FIXSQG 1 - 1111111121 1 if 11 -- 115 ips: ' - 11 ' 5" 1 ' '11 1, "X 1' 1 - 11 1 1 vat 1 1 111 i11,'1N1Iu 1 P' xx. 1,1 i11v'i',P'!'!k1 1 ' id, ' iii!! V51 1 ' 'L 1:1411 195 - 1 11 111 1 1 . i f nl ' 7 , 1 j i ll 7 5 1 I 1 12,3 f!fXkS w 1 N1 H 15' 1 0 3 l Qi 119 gill Sign iii F1 1 11, :PJ 1 G 1931 -1 Here's Dormitory Life in essc. Close srruliny will disclose that the container in the gt-ntleman's hand is only zz Coen Cola bottle. Hockey and swimming occupy lho nllention of the girls-now 'md th . W ' 'd k' . en c cngoie ta ing the swimming pictures most. The Business Manager ol' the Cincinnatian has nn idle moment every day in the week from eight in the morning until twelve at night. In between times he sleeps. 0 1 1 If 1 CX W if N l . 1 'N f 9 G . ffl 1 six, 'E K ji :Eff Af, IQ, Kal V mg' ni iixlg U 1 fiiigfvpm .AAX A 1 51 A winner iliiimiini E we MQ Q11 S e 7 f - . V QQ WWSZODS Qwfsfiiff-22? XTX Qi' 9 M52 .4 - MJ it UQ J ' 0 1' 0 O Maury l.nu Collonl is lmnol IIN l colonel. If you look n - . may observe Mr. R. O. T. C., w ln i smiling because he is now sure of a llnlc for one dance thi X I She ran'l gel on! of it. G fi ,fx X f XX ff x , f m 1 an N Burnet Wmnls Campus is bcnuli- ' fu t u fx I N l I f x 0 h l Y lc Kappa: lxmdslizle of March 3. 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MF? l , avi , 1' Jlvil fill! l NWLKQ V7RX?f3'f.V4 X I f m r l ll l ikivflfisvf W I 5 If l lx gif? aux X l Yep, lhu good-looking one in the senior is Adele, and il ull has something to do with lhc lllllSll'lll Cmnudy. The wavy figure in the lcfl background is what the Thctns gn! so oxcilvd ahnnl. Prurticc For the show is rcally under way, Ask Jnck Gzrynlzxn. Thcsu are the ponies, hclicvc it or nut. W 1 ff" 1 will gym I L " M 1., fx. I .vp 1. Viltiw N W, ffl' w r': ,V .vi I 1, I I lfmffll l l s 1' . l 1. ,fe lfklff ,r .HI -.11-Jxf'I nl klg.. ' A ,, ,l VT Hiya! fr q, I ' V N vysglg N' ffl-9 J 'f I 4 N 4,h.:, fl L lik 1 I .1 1 ,., Q52 1 l i Tyijyxg l Qui iviilln J 4i,"23'g1 iii? Ip - Q J Q Ka, f "xl lllxqfgl,-fgf v .-"2 f Ifkvlxf , P I Yi iff 198 l.'nT-fffiflfqfff L m-M-A-L2-if9f1+fi,--f4 gg1 f'-15 - 1-'M izfffifiX, ,LfZf'?'fpf-fff' V 'fx:? FlL'E 1 'xllffif fn 5"Nf'f" k"lf"' 'O fl --'f 5 far fa. ILKL: -"V is A 5-.X f' if X Q- L wlx. 0 Wigsggyx mx I Q T A 1 ' 5f , ffrx-1 kld 1 " 'i 5 QXA ,XM R fl' H 52? Q 0 I :I ,Q gm if M X if I H xxvs on I an Q DN 8 , aw F mf QEQQN - A7 t, 0 Qi? I. -,., X N 1' egx-ii lvfijjg' V, Sfzify f7""'ZT- ""' 12' M' if f?TT' Nf' - ifjf' ,X , .ff ,X , ',iQv1,-fff -fi X' UD "M l Ik ,L+ 27.4-4A'?"N'L1 3 K is 5' Q U 2' ' ik 1 A' 1' ,f 'LW-:eff ' t X O 5 ' fn i. fi l,gTf,fqS.2fL--f4i- Lhiix . A..,.., - ....-..-dX..4f .Llii,L,fff,, ,lffiigv f?'f.fyg,jy 5' WA 'f" 't' . .,. V , . . int LJQQ? -QE' " Xf74'T.'wfi5E?J i.Q4fk3ii lf Qlftl t 2.9 55.223, P GQ: l , 1 " l ' , iv "Smiling Through" Hannnolul I ft in une ol' his sufter moments. HI: I li T is wondering which of three call- , . , f ,ff X amities will befall him first: Ex- I 'fl xml pulsion frmu the law school, res- . i L ignntion from the News or exile . ' Y , ' 1' from America. ln the event that ' 9 he escapes all three, he will , 4 E:-sliyizgiljglhlinliclmiiblicazxi nominee Iva., A - , .7-X .9 l 5 ' I W lf! l 5 15333 Mi ' 9 'F 5 5 A 1-X if -4 P' 'X l. I 7, . 1 V, "Q S f .N ff. ,yt If W3 at Qi L' wt 555 A Af I xvl Here are suluc uf the Candi- lbw X U tif 1 X ' tlalcs for Prom Queen. Well, it's if K 7 nut our fault, we dizln'l pick 1' l X 'kfivil them. " Q., ' .2334 ,f H JCZL5 V J "fu-I .A 'JF l tl H397 .U ,Q-Fmt Gil 53 K . I I The great Lovers engage in il ,! fn S ,X light workout fm' the big bout ff if Y' V 0.1. t . "Sittin' Pretty." Meanwhile, the Mu' .Nl Nil Q 1 I A tk , N majority of thc student hudy 0114 R- lx! Qnfgqlyk joy at banquet in thc new "Y." .-tl. ,E ,. l - ,lmgbizt f , qt J any V V X gt teal. 'SW f'3 E J llc, '52 Q N V ,f Rf Y 797 'H P' ' " lg 1 ' - . fQ t tfx Q ,gnc an J fstQwlNQlnM.El 1 N x A i I , E I y , l I. R K. : . , ii'iW"7'7f--7 miifkri ix Aff? . ,R V: A ,- Nil, X-f, Y 5 s I fum Q Qqy, xgxb -in-Xxxii lx X , t, ity, Q , ftiy,,yg,DU1yJ,1 , l ,l Q - X My I 1 --if - l lk, XX L "X-f" xx!! .FQ .J if" its l' Ill l, 'xffq-'Q' W' - ' ' ia' Y' W W ' ' " A 4'.?,74"1,', -'11 X,xEli,1,IffSgT' 'Y V31 Tf'f1vj'N'1i!fn 1m 1 yy , :-pqgff3w-- ' Arr. y ll !', 31113 K 'ill 1 ' Nfl t V1 lclvxitt if in H fy it f r .f-filth all 'f Q ' T5 ff I X We don't know what Colm' J y 'ffl Day is ull ubout, -but uplmrcnlly FQ ,' , ' tv . ,fx these young Indies do. lrububly N yi. X the objvcts they ure holding ure 3 if-31 Q -. ' sculps, but wc'rc not cm-rtuiu. Ml, vl-lv-L! ' it l i'. U - Z nu ll Mita. J, ix wiv..,, I 4 ' jl M2 ,flf-f lf-yi 'U 3 l,x"D.i' ' "TJ :fx , yy it up ft -X I ,f ,f ' ily xi E ' xl ielw 4 law "' -4'-XXX, lf, N ' 1- 1 N , . f-- , X ' " J t M f N. .Z f,,. , wx The nvw Y Building is about lVV,', l' ll the bust thing wt-'vc st-on urountl lf, X 'kt KM" here in an long time-if it only 1 ll! were not a Y Building. This is L 71 a Friday night mlunve. F.. wwf! Q1 qui u ,-,M lvl fp fy-X ,L i.Jk .I Y',"g! , NIV-Wx ,I , , 1 H f"" K XXX :Xt 'X A little mort- of Lnlor Dny aunt , Q' p,",lx' zu littlv luoru of "Sittin' Pretty." , 'xiihtx Doosn't Mary Bello Slmrim-x' gn lx ' N M' jk' R about it iu a nahu'ul way. H 'A ll' 1,41 X, Cl" lik, df-Ml tl? ffrrl . 'ttf ,-fri in VSV Wil Nl . , Aix NM xx , , -V J t Rswk my :ws-lit, tk'Sx.,1j,' lla tty'-Q-:V , ','ifFT,lxH '-'XXX i':g1?' it ix QL ., yy! K EXT QU affx its Q l X l N vf' fxwlx ,yy W Xl- V- uitfi -Q . u y t y X1 13.-:LF Af l N x --ll f" X ' , - 'V fx., ,QQ iq Y, if -Z7 f 'V 'T .,f- f'1l"'i-lfff , tw: Vyykg Q-N-,.T,ff4, Fxfffy fiwrlxf, Ou? X y, xt ., 31 ,X KQQJ Ljl My-Q' lb xl Nut M t Q1 M f xiii wx- vw XKQAQW W ,V V J,-f,,,gA,,' ' ' QW W S- rips' lH,g'g.f v Ilure arc lhi- rnyal troops of Salnsal, lhv sultan. They arc Callvcl sonxclhing, bul we can'l spell llw naxnu, The other pic- lurc portrays lhosc inimitable ccnncilians, Allan Walsh and Morton Brown. Thu short, nu-uk ligurc nl lin- In-acl ol' the snldicrs is lhal same Boyd who :lspircil lu fann- with llmsc noble wnrnls: "Liv ilown, slugs! Scum! Pan- lywaislsln Below you have an aulual sccnc l'ronx "Sillin' Prob ly." lakcn lllrvv works hvfnrc in lln' Webb Stndin. All set for lln- Grand Oni-ra House-April 23rcl. ll is ru- nmruml about the caunpus that on that nigh! C. Thomas will kiss Milly Eicheri and achieve his lifu-lung ambition. 202 1 4 ' 1 y -' 4. l, M X l , , m w f ix Kqiil il! il: at 1 il A L 11 P .V rf, It's too had that spring and Qi' exams como at just about thc Nfgxf same time. This group of slu- bl dents, as anyone can src, is giv- , ing serious vonsiilcralion to K both. The quivering figure sup- ,if porting the weighty form of Mor- li, X ton Brown is none nthur than R 5' William Ammcrman, founder of 'XXJI his own honorary. lt's thc surt-st way to maku uno. Bill, ix l 1 ,'9,"' if 5 , iff' l . ,l lf. Then you have Coach Hin-e's lf. lmpcfnls, who hi-gin swinging lv-f the hickory al thu oltl horse-hitlu tl" V 'round about this time. Thi- N' grnunilcr Hap Bohl is siooping to catch bounmlccl oil' the stadium Y wall just as the picture was t, snapped. Then the minors ,-1 . . l Citlllllvli lnm. , w. X ,. L, , , l , lk-lnw is a seem- on thi- varsity 1 ' 1 courts. 1 ,fx ' .5 ,e fr. .Ii 1 l in i a, 1 at , r' l x l Qff: E 4 A 5 ,f lit' N 203 A faq!-' ., - V. 1 I- if--i , , X .,-X in :it ' ' 'f'11x,2i ff' x'.:fWi-xii," ' tQl,,Xt"J",-51 rt fi fflwxl X X 1 H5-Img' w. 'fl .li Dwi if wt. . N f- . J 'tx ij XE' XR.-'WI ESX TX, XX- ', N li Xtxllf N 'Z iii ' it .l hill' .,-. 5 . r it t Q 1 - xf FEET 'iid 945,39 ' 2 ' ' 5' 1 5 ie: -ww, . EN Nixtlg 'I r I ' 1 at f X -,Q 0 I CX, Then Came Spring .fb My f -, f I ' val Pix W l N Wg 5 i 1 9 9 3 1 il A .' : Q i 2 X - f Nw i M N I V.. h , teak . If B4 1 J i ' L i ,,A . f XmQzfJfmQ QmwQGNNe1iCafQN,wwV 7 S9 www we ,Xa 55 fi' Q 1 1 QQ' M ' ,L,!...LS4T. Qif T f mf - X,-f, X X Orgq-nlzqciorvgi G I og fi A' AX If i?lffy ,fi 'K I X X if Q 355 My 8 LS ' M sau , + ' A KW W qi E X .X M I X , Q , Ku QQEZ W fl V ,A Tlfonorary 'fraternities G P01 W 'gg E05 , V I 5 is 7, JN fp, kiwiigme QDNQQNNGQ1TGGfiNg5L3Z?Q"y 0 0. U 9 Sigma Sigma ' U HONORARX' UPPER-CI.ASSMEN'S FRNFERNITY 5 r . Y l X Founded at the University of Cincinnati, 1898 ' , ' l Colors: While, Black and Gold f 1 , I Torch and hammer, skull, and bones, Sigma Sigma, hear ollr groans! X N IGMA SIGMA, the society of upper-classmen of the University of Cilicinnati, ,-X was founded in the year 1898. Its purpose is to foster college sp"rit, and 1 ' '4 to enhance the glory of the University of Cincinnati in the collegi world. :FI f ' The lnembers are chosen on their merits alone, and without regard to fraternity X E afliliation. Sigma Sigma is strictly a local society, and will remain sog as its most important function-that of leaching loyalty to the University of Cinci nati by giving unselfish service to the Alma Mater-cnn best be performed as a local f- organization. 'x ' x l MEMBERS IN FACULTY W X Dimmu. Lwnsscs l-lowmn K. Jus-rica Fanm W. Cl-umnmal ' l ACTIVE MEMBERS I Charles Adams, '30 Donald Crane, '30 Jack Grleshnher, '30 Harry C. Anderson. '30 Frank Dost. '31 Willard I-Iammond,,'30 fx Harold o. nom, '31 Drnlrl I-zrrley, '32 Lawrence Levi, '31 'N ' Richard D. Bryant, '32 John G. Gayman. '80 NVllllam Nieman, '30 ' I X c. Thomas clltlon. '30 Frrmlr X. Owens, Jr., 'ao ' f K ALUMNAL MEMBERS 1898 1903 gone:-it xlgqldvl-eu , P lt Joh o ran son r 35252: mE'5g,5,.,,, gzgcfilggnlaus NX-llllam rllnrmre X W-Her Eberhard' uiiiiliir Sirirfrfrrn wav ' 1899 Frank Paine 1904 Robert, 0'Cnnuell I Charles Adler Alben Baker ggonias gurl I ' XV l' Ill' E moo H3273 lgfkml Brmgn main y , Adm' 1111128 Xllnralnrkpnlz-lrk was , lil' RH VGDY 1901 , Blcrlyn Aultman F gllrrlrsnarndlgs L. I I S200 llama: xvllllrimr I l' Bn E .R V II IIYIEI' llfl 0 93' Slsirilliy Hlckerllinoper Arthur S'Vadswnrth Nvalter I-lelntz 1 .O A. Hlckeulooper govfafd Jones Fred Flach I Pl' YD!! ' 1 'W l'2H.,"E.5H'iI?"" 1909 1 Charles Peters ' A h H . , d A k Ilggergogdmer Fred url one xiii'-i:I:al:-xxwgaersoul , . Bl' El Bm! W 4 gagagarsery Vl'alter ginger Edwnm Rowe i Stuart Walker Edward Forbes I In ' I Ramsey Probasen Curtis Williams 9 ' ' 3 slrrrley Granger Allred Krelmrr 'rra l-lyndman , gi X Edwln Hutchins Frank Buchanan Ernest du Bray , 1 I ' v fi 5 ' 0' ' l V GL ' 206 y' 'Ld ' f " ' " , 3-'I ! Q0 bij glaxx UQ ,f 'ff 2 Q ' Q1 QCFEE? ' X QQ , , 1' 1 4 . ' -- K f . . "H """""""' "f:f4'L y"+'f7,... ---? f7fV5o! D1f Xb 1. X f X "NXT - , -K.. V X, - ,, .K 1 rx X.. ff ' of 1 kg A X 0 X 11 1 V ' 1 1 X., ' . P .jj Af . W- .. Lain-- -,--. . -1f,l!,,,,,,v-, r ' 1911 1918 James 11. xnlpm C1111-ml H1111 Hel-num Romer! Nlfhnfl l"""'f1' James Taylor Carl Marllrnf 'mlm Pdlhnld Ralph xlecnnms Harold Alumm- -"'m"l """m""' Alden nm Harold Tnlqoll Muller llubbs 53,1 Lum, 1-zlnwo.-111 11101111.11 1912 Millard nf-...nxm Losllt' Johnson Walter Heurk Vnnrr Towlcr Frnllltlln Rlllchrll v ' Xvllllnm Hall llnrry llnrhnnml y 1913 Robert Heuck John Maesclwr Rlrhard Godlle YYllllnlll Hill 1914 Clmnncz-y Hand Chauncey Tllden Nell Wright ll:-rt Slnnaht-ry John Sheri!! Wllllam Emldalxl Cheslvr Klein 1, 7.34 1915 Arlhnr Gordon Leonard Ilaehr Norman Lyon Norman Kohlnepp f Xxx KV 1916 llownrd llrlllt Hnrnld Porter' Hz-rherl Sehroth Vlclor Flsldnu-k ff Roy Palmer I,- .lnhn Rercc , Ht-nry nop...- . 12.1.1--mn nnbansu.. 11117 Anton Sehnz-ldl-r Karl Hclscll llnyll' Richardson Cllrrlll Levrls .lamrs Dense .lost-1111 G. Morrls XVlIllal11 Ellls Howard .lustlve Edlnr Powers Herlu-rl C. .lones NVnltl'l' lluvlulle Wlllinm M. Myers Earl NVldall Hz-rbert S. XX'lnnns 1919 V. Bradley Robcrls .l. Robert Dorsey Francis Wrlght 1020 Holler! Snrvls Alfred W1-nm-l G. Carlton llrown Carl YV. Fry XV. Donaltl 1Inll C. J. P1-lzhold Cyrus R. Oslmrlll' E, c. sal-11-11-llmyu Hmth M. How:-n 1921 G. YV1llllrd llrt'h'l llnnlel Frlt-11 Edward Wallin-r Allls0n ll, ldeioll Edward 1.1-re Meyer Phllllh M. Myers llnhrrt Todd Edllnr D. Coons llllnse M. llavlrs Frml Srlllerluh 1922 Arlhllr XV. Mv.'Cllll'e Howard E. Mr-Inu-r XYyllner L. Srtlll llandnll NVallu'l' Edwnrd Gnllrlvl 1923 .lack Harrod I.:-wlx Gregory Wllllnm Hnvz-lam' Jos:-ph Linnt-nlnu 1921 llohvrl E. Hynes N. D. Ilnclllnllu John Z. Helzer Waller S. Broker Fdwarll L. 'llolh llen L. Bryan! Mnrlnn P. Francis Erwln S. NVoll'son Ollvt-r T. Rhodnx 1925 H. l.3'nnr Ilan-ber G1-nrge llrndnvr Anlllony McAndrt-wx XYnrren Marvin Louis Nlpprrt NVIllInlu Schmld Kelly Y. Suddall 1926 Fred D. llerltrr Chas. E. Frnnltlln I-ldwln K. Levl Janlos R. Paisley XVesley Schmid 1027 .lolm llnrhnmn Evan Challlnld lllchnrd .14-rvls Hurry Frnnltlln Iloberl Maddox 1928 lllcllard D. Bryant Arlhlll' Fvlllleltohl Ralmld 1X'rs! 1929 I-Illls T. Crawford lllehnrd 1111.1 .xmm 1111,-rr 1930 lllcllnrd llollon Rlvllnrd Franz f ,TN K1 X f' . I X ' ' 4' """"" -l"'-" ' " f 1 1 1 on M.-- , 1 , , 1 ag 1. ' 1 . Q Y Q N F C., 1, 1 1 5 if . . . 1 '. 1..r f 1 -1 51 ' 4 gf . - ., 1' 1 5 fo 1 Q11 ' 5 Early Y Xl:-man Clifton Y ll1'ya11t Owens Adams Anderson , f Crane 111nm..m..1 D051 1101.1 G1-1mm1wr 1..-v1 naynmn f 4 KN 'XX 207 jf M. .y --r ve -W V M I ,. , 11635659 QQNQQNNQYFGQNJ 13, , XL...,g..,,, ,-4 df' F 3?WQ5WLQ1i?13QX2W?f'5Q' Qw'o MQW 1 Q1'u32 1 o f' X o f 11 0 mystic Ebirteen u , KX if ' SENIOR XVOMEN'S HoNn111111x' F11.x1'1a11N11 1 Fu11111le1l nl the U11ive1'silv of Cillliillllilt 101 hx 1 --1 v- X f xx Xl lIXl 111111112115 f" X X 1 1 B 1 g 1 H f 3 NI 13 P. th 1 111 ll 1 Cl NI Nl 111 ll " 11 11 C k Bl 1 R 1 'N f 111 5 ll 11 ll 11 111 NXII1 X 1 1 1 1 Lltl 11 1 X X 111 1' g 3 , 1 1 0 K' 4 f A H, 'NV X K 1 g X1 1 V , 1 1 1 ff, N Y Y ,W .wifi I v -1 UAL. 'gi f Qs' am 1 fag 1 Z I ' f 1 I f 1 ' ' 1 1.g r 1,1 8 ' 6 091 X ' 1 1 P004 .1 .1 1 1 122 1 N I - ,W L, Lzsvne H vs Cl -11 ln Fr- ' R Xl H1-lrne I 5-x .L llclrne ' Rehn 1.011 7 A Y W., , 1, ffl J31f1111fQ111Q111QQ111f1Q1,wf111e1111f1QR1Q1w?1f??fAD W5 fi WVTLQEQWQWV 'WAX T I X I 73-.KI 'Y --. gb-J ,-'X MCM?-a A U 'Jigs 0'lu 6 if x Klex J, 0 f' or if-ls' f 'N N X f 9 0 'N 753 in Pon f x 1, i I fl. Y 'Z S N, BIEN,S UPPER CLASS HONOR.NRX' FIIATERNITY OFFICERS ' If-:Q "BILL" Pom' . . ........ . ...... ..... . President ' "FRED" Towisn . . . ...... Secretary f, XX "STEVE" bICNU'l'T . . ..,......... ..... T rensurer if , MEMBERS H V A "Byron" Ahllmrn "Dun" Earley "Carl" Mulh i "Brad" Allin "Chic" Evans "Bill" Popp f ,K 4'Bill" Ammermnn "Jack" Gaymnn "Si" Sidingcr If ' N "Mike" Bnrrett "Ed" Goldmeyer "Mil" Smith . "Red" Br.-rwungcr 'Johnnie" Grilllth "Artie" Sohn 1 "Hap" Bohl 'Art" Hallett "Sig" Starick "Geal" Brown 'Paul" Heckle "Dick" Steves "Bus" Bursick 'Bill" Leach "Fred" Tower 9 "Gil" Case "Med" Lutmcrding "Dick" Vruelund H' 0 "Tom" Clifton "Steve" McNutt "Pete" Waldman Q "Sunny" Climor "Bill" Marshall "Larry" Welch fx 9 "Frank" Dos! 'Bob' Mills li X l A Lf N 51 1 if ew M ,W V 709 'XL X' S'ff.s?iimQ GQMQQNNWQQHMWW L1o?5Lo3 ovifwziiiifgix 6 n 0 0 Cincinnatus Society v X f 1 N Q HoNon.un' ALUMNAL Somew I Founded at the University of Cincinnati, 1917 I f':4 OFFICERS P f XX Pi-m.ur M. Marlins. .,... .......,...... ....... P r esidenl' X X HELEN Buncorm-1 . . .. .... Vice-President f C.. A. Hnnmsu. ...... ..... . .Treasurcrl RUTH Cuvrzxasn . . . ..... Secrelury f' 'N K MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1929 X ' Richard Angert Hazel Hcinlz Forrest Nngley X Ralph Brown Eleanor Heuck Erma Pileger 1 Jane DeSerisy Margaret Hillis Allen Stone N Sarah Drucker Lucille Keck Julius Strasshourger Chalma Fillmore Olga Knocke Louise Valentincr 6 John Hargravc Erma Koppcnhoefer Ronald West' 0 F 1 1 1 X E ' f x K J D 50,1 GTI C PM 1 , x s- E 1 ,X AA Nugley Filhixoi? Knoake Deserlsy Iioppenlmefer Strassbourger 3 X Vnlentlnrr Anger! Plleger Helnlz Brown Keck f FX Stone Drucker Henck Wm Hlllis Harm-ave , Y 7 'X zxo A X ' W Q' 5531923 New X t'wX P Qge A A W , ., e 9 If xl ,J 0 Ti 'llpba Omicron 1 A I y .. A X ' 'mf f K , lv ' " 'EV 31 LAO 5-1 'f I .,. Lf 'lf Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1929 , f F K KI I Chapter ,Z-X nh f XS f-1 X f l K I CINCINNATI Clislfrnn, Established 1929 f' 'x K ACTIVE MEMBERS X 1' William Ammerman David Eckert Stephen McNutt X Harold D. Bohl .lack Grieshaber William Popp N Ralph Bursiek Thomas Clifton o Donald Cronc Arthur Hallett William Hammond Paul Henkel .loseph Segal Clarence Sidingcr Frank Sweeney F. SN lil M D I E 1 Fx mi s n n d c e cumin namex f- SAX su-:em-y mgwzlnulxer mllimmmmn 12.-ki-ri smnmfr f lm vw I 1 'xl 2ll fa 0 X f' U leeeeieae Q13 erelnfmeeftnmwf 4-JV-Xj' 'K-frxr' 5 gd-v .. ffi?filQ.'213CC5YQf.fli .. G if 0 'Ili alta 'Epsilon xv' X I I I HoNoRAIIY ,JOURNALISTIC I"nA1'snNITY G Founded at the University of Syracuse, 1909 49 Chapters N CINCINNATI CIIAIvrEn,.F.stablislIcd 1925 ' , MEMBERS IN FACULTY f FMNK Brisas ALLISON STANLEY I XTX Joris P. DI-:CAMP CI.YnE PAIIK 1 Charles Adams Harry C. Anderson ? Gordon Burman David Eckert I Paul Friedman WViIlinm Hxunnmnd Clarence Arata Q George B. Brossart 0 Gunnar Carlson C. Chester Charles f' 9 William A. Fetiek NX ,... ACTIVE MEMBERS Paul Heckle Charles Hendricks William Leach Laurence Levi William Nieman Frank Owens PLEDGES Ed Gorsuch Carl I-leyel William Horstman Robert Kahn Albert Lathrop Alfred Ritten 1 Joseph Segal Arthur Sohn Francis Todd Nvnlter Wykofl R. E. Phinney Thomas B. Reed Glenn E. Scott William E. White , ., I ,.I.I"" 2 "' ...... :IJ-Ir I QQ, 1.2.9 ' , I. 4 " I Q ftirif 733 .A 'CTL M3 . 4:-2: 1 5 Us ,, 53.2 .mt zzz.. if. "::z. G. + au... .I D ' .4 grg z -il? - 1 :::.. -gn-X, ...Q I , Q' V 2 ..,,.. I ..... . I I W.: I . -I If F ' fe-5 i ' -Ififfz 1-I V 5 ' ' ' . "Qf'.'f'7- I- il? 3 ff ' 5211: ft 'ff' A . I A- :rr-A I f ..:E -i " Q - -. I , Q Stir: 'Y ' fat W' " 'LM J -cg , , .Eu ! E . dj it 3, 9 ., fin .4 A , 1' ' ::' w ' :. il-be V "'5Ti-il III 1 3 ' fl- 9' " I .Q Q sf:::: 9 W ..,. ,HU - I KH -.-- .nil- he was A 5327 "' - 5:54 Q xg? I 1 Q, :::::sg I ::::' '-1. 2.52: I Efiii " -' I f K W: Eiifl Y gf EIEIQ 15:15 3 2 jjjj' '-'ini 9 , 'arm IJ' Q1 .,,.,.. I t, . . . - I !"3n2..I "J V 532. '!"2 X. ' '!""" + 'YZF ' - gag.: 232 ey ,sm ::.....3Tt- df, mi., A. 5.3 Y " A 'Nam f '::... 1 ::::. sv: :. " 'lift L. Pm fees. Y s Ii : f e f -II- A A 2 ' I ' 2 ? f"?I""rf" ' I 'Q Nieman on-eng Adams I.evI Anrierson Durnmn Hammond Segal Leach Sohn 7 Heekle lllllen Eckert Hendrleks Todd Friedman , 'X 212 ve, xo o 1 if I3 X ff X ?' 5 3 0 0 'N f it I I J G Pon I XI F l f U get Y-.sfeiiene QINQINNQUIQWIQMV Wsmosiii rss--rex R, I fr X Q A Agiiiffgv ' 4. A. issixs G X X ig! Scabbarb emo 55la6e A . , J Q X HQJNKJIIARY MlI.I'l'ARY FRA'l'EllNI'l'Y ,X , l Founded al the University of Wisconsin, 1904 ' f G5 Chapters Com-'ANY C, l1'l'lI REGIMENT, Established 1923 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ij Muon C. R. JONES 1s'r L1Eu1'izNlaN'r Nuuwuon C. Glens f 1-X CAPTAIN H. L. CAMmnsi.i. 1s'r LIEUTENAN1' C. B. Scm1.1.1Nu J ' -4 lsr Linuriasnm' W. L. Culxros lsr Luaun-:NAN1' L. A. WHITE :X fl xx ff X ' , ACTIVE MEMBERS K X I M. Algync A. J. Murphy J. G. Sulherlnnd R. B. Bowers, Jr. .l. P. Nenl ll. C. Taylor l E. Gorsuch n. E. Phinney G. Welsh .. l D. E. Moorliend L. V. Peet E. I-I. Wolf I, i A. J. Rillen Q fi vxll ' ' PLEDGES X A. T. Auburn R. C. Hood C. Selmeuble ,I R. W. Barsdnle D. J. Hutton C. J. C. Schmidt R. 0. Bnldorl' ll. F. Lehmkulil C. P. Schnieder R. C. Bursieek H. W. Lewis XV. P. Smith 0 G. C. Carlson W. G. Mnutner R. W. Stauders o V. Curran R. H. Meyers Il. Steves Q G. T. Edwards w. M. islam-es W. .L Wenzel 0 A O. Egolf l-I. Nelson ll. H. 'Winkelxnan f 9 A. S. Iznmmns lu. A. Newliousc M. J. Llegler 0 'E N N X 7' l G 1 l 1 r .RN l 6 i fr 1 ' 1 W A WP l' I ii M l l ,X K1 5 'WX Hunan Selmeulili- umm I-een 1-I-nun-y Wlnkelumn Taylor f JN ,Fi I Sullierlund Ll. While Mnj. Wolf Maj. Jones Ll. Cluxlon Ll. Schilling Moorlieud 1 Y 213 ' vX A W o s L L L A o L X308 Q9 'Q nj I 1 J W Q, . Z2 ,oo f ff Q ll 6 - . 'fzffx-7 V f ' i . - 5 1 YJNNF' X553 K HN x pu O ' 7,729 S UQ J W, X l Xu -12 S G 1 ' 0 W - 1 l , . , X 0 1 - f N A ' F 0 W i JIS 1 1 X HJ bi eta 7 appa 1 I N 55 Ji 1 f 4 Q l S 1 X f'54 I r- f X Hoxomm' ScHoLAs1'1c FBATERNITY : Founded at the College of William and Mary, 1776 ' 107 Chapters ' ,- , I -X K 01-no DELTA Cnnfmn, Established 1888 9 N 'lf 4' :ri X 4 I X OFFICERS OF THE DELTA CHAPTER l Miss E1.sns RAscl-lm. . .. ...............,............ Presidenl 9 MR. Hnnmswr SHAFPER . . ........ ....... F irst Vice-President 1 0 Ma. CI-nxnuas GlnsoN YouNcBr.u'r ......... Second Vice-President , fl Mn. Jo!-:N Dowxxsn . . ......... ............. T reasurer 1 W X Ma. BEVERLY W. Borm, Jn ..... .... S ecrclnry Y f A x j f INITIATES FOR 1929 I Y Elected in June, 1929 W Helen Friedman Bernard Levinson Isaac Sway 1 , Maurice Goldblntt Frederick Oexmnn Mary Ware l Virginia Hollenherg Jesse Ross Ruth Wasmer l Sadinu Jacobson Nathan Salinger Harold Woodrulh Elected in November, 1029 l Margaret Benedict Alice Budke Howard Merrimaii X l N 1 1 1 1 W Al 1 l l 1 ,Tx N F f 7 r I ' ds vX 214 i fa L Swine Qnrrelnflrcelraeawwnfeiff X59 I :KWHQ3 l 55 Av Eau Ecko .Ui 'N f' ' x ef 'Q Any- v'u, s V X 4 3 ,-. "4 fxa f IIOXOIIARY ENGINEERING FIIATEIINITY Founded nt Lehigh University, 1885 69 Chapters 01110 Br:'r,x CHAPTEIK, Established 1915 Howard E. Barnett Robert J. Binford Alfred T. Bluckburn Frederick A. Blum ACTIVE MEMBERS Adolph W. Foerster G. Jack Grieshnber llnvid Richardson R. F. Schierland Frank W. Schroeder Calvin J. Werner Carl E. Whilney W. Cleincnls Zinck ? Albert H. Dall Charles F. MaeNish Clarence Rawlmuser I PLEDGES Herbert F. Anderson Lloyd L. Hnrrold John G. Sutherland Hurry W. Anderson Vincent G. Retlig George R. Terry Russell J. Dunholler Edwin Rose Rnlph C. Taylor W I o Samuel W. Gall Herman T. Suedkxunp .lnhn M. Woolford 0 Henry SIIIUI' K. Ni e me -W -- i e " sri". .:::..:Q:l..f.:.,,Q.,1LL.: 2" ink' - -.L,..1..L,.. . . , - . . . , Q 'g . 'E 1 I s ,ue 'gm f 1 -A Q 623 5 2 .gf ,,!, My up XM. , , ,A I ' :Z .5 if W4 5 Q' :I f 'g ff . if TZ I ,fl If ' I F' .1 Q . . - - I 3 5 1 1 i . I , . , 4 3 I W g Ya rn ee. - ff fi ,av K qi? I '55, 1 1 rw ,a i 1 ygwfw w. KJ I" ' E Q N ' ' ' U fy 1 4 I ' .ff F I if 01 . TQ ,A 5 1 F if 3 Fr ' LQ 'W 53 5 3 I V . . ' " ff " I' - f. ' I ' V 5 4 W e 'X Zlnck Ilnwhuuser Sehlerlnnd Grieshnhcr Darnell MncNlsh Werner Xllhllney Foerslcr ,AN Terry H. Anderson mum Ruse numkimm Gull sein-order nielmrusun lllnford , A Woolfnrd Belllg Dnnhnlter Sulherlnnxl Ilnrrolml H. F.Andcrson Suler Tnylnr Sucdknmp ,TX R ff X f 5 'N rll ffl c 'on N il 'L fA4 Y sr . .gzip iiwsmeede Quernncaraewew f?7f"E-7 fx V ' f f6' 5357? f jWlQZ3 CPE VL 90 4 E 1,529 . if-of . 9 UA , X! l X' 1 Bela Gamma Sigma 7 xx f ' b HON0llARX' Exmxmamxm Fnnnlwxwx ' Founded nl the University of Wisconsm VCX X x f TS 26 Chapters Q-I X f lf ALP1-1.x or 01110, Estahlishcd 1922 ff MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q ' EARL C. CASE H. H. IWARTIN X y I Z FRANCIS H. Bmu Han:-:AN SCHNEIDER N Y , W. P. CALHOUN R. R. Smnnucx Nonwoon C. Gals LESLIE J. SCHNVALLII A. E. TAYLOR H. B. W1-IALING Fmsnlsmclc C. Hxcxs ARTHUR H. Houuss fx 0 ACTIVE MEMBERS 1 X Donald M. Alcoko John R. Kicssling X Earl J. Aylstock Alfred G. Hulfles Robert A. Feltcr John A. Pendery ld ' 1 GD I EL 095 ,s QL Filter Alcoke Iilnssliug Aylstock Humax Pendery EN U 0 'N 7f1i I C Pon r N I 1 'X , Q?QiQ3fLQ G13 CNFQGNNGKZF QQNKWQ . , pv' 0 my e wl:J+?i?fAE?QEN h EW X oi "IElaTKappa Nu Wx f 5 A I 0 IIONOIIARY ELECTHICAI. ENGINEERING FllA'l'I'IllNI'liY Founded nl University of Illinois. 1004 21 Chapters A 'nu cm-1-En, Established 1923 L. . f, f -4 p. N f X5 MEMBER IN l"ACUI.'l'Y r" 'X X A. M. Wn.soN X X ii ACTIVE MEMBIERS 'F Rally O. Adams, '30 Jauncs P. Neal, '30 X f Howard E. Bnrnelt, '30 Joe J. Nartkcr, '31 X ' Frederick A. Blum, '30 Vincent G. Rettig, '30 X Howard A. Bollz, '31 Raymond Schierlnnil, '30 Richard D. Bourne, '30 John Sutherland, '30 1 Joseph B. Gardner, '30 I-Icnry Suter, '31 ' Carl Hcyl, '31 Culvin Werner, '30 Warren J. Lewis, '31 Curl Whitney, '30 Q 0 0 i fx fx i N i , , K , . I 7 . K L, N L I Po uf-mg sem .uma umm-ne um-nm Gardner ' 6 Bh in Ylllhellnlul Yenl Mhlllw XVel'uer f" ' A N Nlnricn Suu-r He l Nnril-ei li ll Wllllley 7 ! ' K Y .fx if fgoii Xxgairwme QQMQQNNQTGQNWQW G, . 4 Y f -' ? Y' 'N k Q , Z ' P 1 f 97 f Qf we-hr? XQ 5 Q ax' 3 X 9 w i ij ,- ' f -M. -..Y TV- AW . .. Y .. 4-1,-Q Q J- 1 Q Hola Sigma 1 , 9 .9 . I . ev ayigi ' , Q lgn f K . , I -1 , I l Q Hoxunun' Cumiunu. Fnxrisnxlh' K Founded nt University of Southern California, 1913 1 17 Chnplers I "4 Qfg Rsniuu Cn.u-Tan, Established 1923 ,fx X X " xx noxoimnx' MEMBER fl X Dr. Lenora Nc-nll'er Bulger . MIQMBISRS IN THE llNlVI2RSl'l'Y " Frances M. Johnson Oclnviu Spencer, '30 Minnie Van Valkenburgh 'N 4 ff GRAllllATE MEMBERS Sf . . N . Jessie L. Cameron Mrs. llelen N. Moore Q Mrs. NY. B. Carmon Mrs. Knlhleen Rolle Q Elise Haueh Elizabeth Seholinck 1 Annu Grace Hayes Else Schulze Q Q Miss l-Ierose lixnclie Slegclneycr U 9 Genevieve Lzunping Grace Spencer 0 K, Mrs. C. S. Lulm Helen Weilknnip ' ,N Virginia I.. Gwiek . p X I f il . 'I Xl f . qi ri? f"s qi .. .... lcer lllls .... I Ioli . he flffi ii - .fin Nzssmneeineinnminnlpsw 0 if X o 0 'Z1Ji Chi 'Epsilon KN, ff ' 0 HONOIIARX' ENGINEERING FIIATERNIT Founded t the Univc ty of Cincinn I 19 3 1 Ch pt K 6 Q K f N xnzussns N Lxcumx fl K M s P F o K H XI xr K B f K 4 MTN: Mrzumzns Q 'W G x a Bt so SI H ao X I E c 1 so Olg K 1. fl W D 11, G n 5 so Fl rx 1 n IN GI K Q fs 'N , S .-Y, , -,,,- .. ..-,. ,-. K l 1 wa k f 594 Q ' K K Isis + " 1? J M i f"" "KK "1-T 1 U CRN 'S H .,...a ' ff v ZI9 ' XQSQKQSLUQQ QQKQQNMQKFQQNKQEQV EFFVHQZB QYWVCWX fl Qfg' 0 a412JQ35Q'vQ . Asafff X o I Ti Eau Sigma 0 0 1 X If f l'l0NOIlARY IVIECHANICAL ENGINEERING FI1A'I'IilKNI'l'T Founded at University of Illinois, 1915 I 9 Chnpters WA . . f , .4 ILTA Cl-I.xP'rEn, Estubllslu-cl 1926 ,TX X 1' Xi ff X 'Y MEMBERS IN FACULTY f if Euxmnn S. SMITH C1u.vEn'r Mxassmman CHAIKLIES Jolarmlin 1 'Q ACTIVE MEMBERS W 'X ff , VJ Robert J. Binford Adolph W. Foerster, '30 Arthur J. Grimme, '30 X F 1 1 X Alfred T. Blackburn, '30 John H. Fnhrman, '30 Robert E. Phinncy, '30 X f Shelton G. Carney, '30 Snluncl W. Gall, '30 W. Clements Zinck, '30 Albert H. Dull, '30 Gcorgc J. Gricshabcr, '30 9 rusnons U E 1 0 Willis B. Ensingcr, '31 Robert C. Moorhcaul, '31 0 ' f" I.co J. Gibbas, '31 Earl W. Socsbv, '31 'N N 1 f ffl 1 .N f Y ,,,,,, ,lin f , Wk . ' I ' 1 S , , ' I n C 'T ti' 3 or " ,ef ' 2' . l 0 A ' ' ' 3 K I t fr: W 'I f ' ' 6 X . 1 M, 1 f' ' E .11 5 ' , 'C ,.,!9 ' ' "4 J ' 0 .. i . W A Y be i u , Q 4,,. W ' ry . V 3 I l f xl l 2 ' 1 M , 'K ' 1" ' ' l di ,A f, qi. L t if-,g t , I5 ji ...nl AP 1 :PX 4 'AQ MAX 71 it ni 1 I 1 1 in rn F mm- f v c tl rn uid mra rm Q 1 ' 220 H , 1X f 5 N wane Qlrfoirirfiifaowrgrfff X A' " ' x, 'ir 7 -. , A XX If I J ff 94 kfggfl as Qt has QU 9 aug y Ki-fif,7k. 6 4 ii, i ,Ui Ebeta s X f 1 , Hoxoasux' Pmnfsssloxal. Kmnenn.m'rEN-PmM.un' Fuxrlsaxlrx' Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1926 2 Chapters 0 1' I THETA lovingly dedicates this space in memory of Miss Annie Laws C1855-19275, our beloved founder, and tribute is hereby paid, not only to her interest in Kindergarten, but also to her enthusiastic participation in all civic, social, educational, musical, and artistic developments of our city. f I -4 v- X f XX HONORARY MEMBERS f' X K Josephine P. Simrall Lillian H. Stone af X Grace Anna Fry ' Julia Bothwell Mary G. Waite .4 -x, f Acrlvla MEMBERS X , vs! Virginia Ahlburn, '27 Luella Eckert, '26 Thelma Lingonner, '26 X F Emma Andrew, '26 Ruth Evans, '26 Helen Rewwer, '28 ' Thelma Bailey, '26 Bessie Gabbard, '27 Marcia Schott, '28 Ruth Batche, '28 Doris Gray, '26 Marie Siemcr, '26 Elizabeth Beiser, '29 Margaret Hanshew, '28 Helen Rosensleil, '29 o Virginia Brown, '26 Evelyn Hirsch, '26 Marian String, '29 g .lean Dearness, '26 Alice Hogue, '28 Dorothy Turpen, '29 9 fe Elsa Dietz, '29 Hortense Kaufman, '28 Katherine Van Orsdel, '29 f-X Mary Doran, '28 Anne Marie Kinneary, '26 Louise Wessling, '29 1 N 71 l y I D t ., Q1 .F fs. C ' tv' ' . ,. -. H -rv ' Al H ' f 5 L av K 6 pf 2' -A ' ,f f . ' .tw 1 f I 7 I J V V i 24513, 9 LA I J., ' ' if ' O - A X ' .. ' 4 1 Xl 1 4 Y, M 2 fi i' 1 ' , 5- l ' 'V 4 ' A' jr 1 - . 1 . is , I 'L ,Ax - 2 WA!-Jw f 7 1 Y t l 'X 221 f ' i ea wwf? N Qlioate QDNQUNNGQTQ N 'sg' hfvxwj iafif f ff ff" ' 'Wg' ,Gu 5 . ,4 X' Kifwxg., Vy bil 4 M32 1. 23 to UQ , 'Eta Sigma? bi HONORAIKX' CLASSICAL FRATEIINITY Q 'CINCINNATI CHAPTER, Founded 1926 39 Chapters ffl ,TX N f ACTIVE MEMBERS X Walter Appler, '30 Samuel Goodman, 332 l .lane Bertenshaw, '32 Rose Gould, '31 f' I Alice Budke, '30 Viola Payton, '32 'x f Caroline Carroll, '32 Alina Rust, '31 N .7 , Monica Caveman, '30 Annie Scheerer, '30 f Martha Cox, '32 Margaret Schielc, '30 X f Katherine Etzel, '31 Dorothy Tebow, '31 ' Gladys XVidmnn, '31 ' F 0 O w f X 3 or ' 3 3 f 1. l Q I A di 1 5 X' K Budke Caveman Nvidmnn Ilust Applet' Scherrer I Y 'X B I h w Cox Gould Payton T4-bow Etzel ,ft Ex , jg, lt GUCCLQ QQNQQNNQQCEQQNWW I ID f ' ' ' x 1 ,. Ff,.f'i- K , X N V. ' Y ,, If o CCm5'?f?"' fig -I bu 0 My ns- - sw-Nw 9 UQ rj 0 Tlfappa Tlfappa 'Ilsi 0 l A r,.: 21,1 v 11 1 'TKKW1' X in-mr' K 1 - . HoNon.un' MUSlC.1l. FnATIenNI'rY I Founded at Oklnhonm Stnle College, 1919 ' 31 Chaplers I CINCINNATI Ciuifrlsn, Established 1928 MEMBERS IN FACULTY 1 ,L N lluvxelrr A. ANDEIIEGG Vim-on NORLING RALPH A. VAN Wm X ffxx r-1 X E ACTIVE MEMBERS , I ffl - in M. Clyde Condrey, '30 Carrol M. Jensen, '31 l I Frederick W. Crebs, '31 Albert W. Lnllirop, '32 '- Vernon E. Curran. '31 Richard C. Leffel, '30 ' -X K Roscoe S. Dyson, '32 Rex 0. Lobongh, '30 N ' Oscar T. Egolf, '31 Earls J. Rant, '32 X Ig Charles W. Griflith, '32 Phillip H. Riddinger, '31 I J. Pnul Haines, '32 Hnrold R. Stafford, '32 William H. Hand, '32 Phillip H. Stevenson, '32 Harold C. Hull, '31 Robert E. Watkins, '31 o f '3 rs -. . M-. H -H H qw I . 3 1 ' , ..,. . -. ., Q ml.. 1.-, , , . I Q- is , 4 -H. 5 ,fs fx- . I , 1, 'iii' if ,if Q 15, ' J?" ig 'A' A i. 1 -63 -1- , 1' " ,: ' f Y A 5, 7 f r Y j ' .A . 7 3 ' L A , o 1 I., I I o , g '. I l i ' 2, X 4 E I V I X A V I I. 11'l .I -mu I. II I c I - Eg lf hx ffl 14N Qfiiilxii f...iI.I.., Iilllii' LHR" 57.323 IYSZLZZ' n,Z.,.. f fw yr KAY :ATX Gil QIBNQ NN TGGEN 223 Q I WING" A is ofa 9 . ' X Tlfappafmeltaflli 0 HoNoRARY PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL FRA'rERNrrY l I , fx Q X: Founded nt the University of Illinois, 1911 xi 55 Chapters if ZETA CHAPTER, Established 1917 fs , IK, MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. A. H. ABLITI' FRANCES JENKINS ' HARHIBT Z. CAMPBELL ARTHUR Jusricn K. l, X l a ko' ROSAMUND C. Coon HELEN Coovs DR. HARRY GANmaRs Goauox HENR1c1:soN DR. VVILLIALI A. Coon MRS. EVA Kms DR. L. A. Pac:-rs'rsiN HELEN SMITH DR. RUTH S'rRm'rz DR. DIARY Wlirre ACTIVE MEMBERS Flora Bieler Josephine Byer Julia B. Champlain Rusamnnd Cook Dr. William A. Cook Elsa Dietz Robert Dwyer Rowena Evans Roberta Flynn Virginia Gilbert Helen Gregory Viola Hawthorne Evelyn Herbst Stella Hummel Arthur 0. Jones Lola Kirsch Jungkind Marian Laird Sibyl H. Linde Helen Rewwer Ethel Rohling Marcella Schott Virginia Speidel Elizabeth Trainor Louise Wessling ...Ly X o .If v A P X 7' 3 l 'N 74 I I e . I A x if 1 w X f , 'N rf, 224 x Kfkiixnne Qlninlwlfeuifa wfwfefk ,- af - - 'ff Y - f 'v f XS' lfxtl Xewfwxg-1 X, Nj X7,, ,,f' N' .,,,,., --H..- -,.N..A,. XJ , 4 xy Scarab - X if f -l PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FllA'l'EllNl'I'Y Founded nl University of Illinois, 1909 12 Temples Osuus TEMPL1-1, Established May 31, 1929 'dfx MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' '4 EnNms'r Plcimnmn C. I.1:sLm Alluu'1N 5X X f X5 Ermnsr B. l-l.xswm.L A. K. LAING ff X N GEORGE F. RUTH Flush F. DEXTER W ' ACTIVE MEMBERS '. 'A C. LeClereq Bowyer Carol A. Sanford, '32 K f Waller M. Conner, '32 Eugene F. Schranrl, '30 X f W Theodore S. Diehm, '31 Carl Schmuelling, '31 X J. VValtcr Greife, '32 NV:1lte1' F. Sheblcssy Ilielmrd C. I.eIl'el, '30 George N. Wallace, '31 J Lloyd V. Moser, '32 Glenn NVillis, '31 o J Clifford Mellaniel, '32 Brueks Zeiler, '31 6 Fred Rneucber, '30 l 0 0 fx 'N IR 9 f l l X "WF 77 ' ' Z W " 'i U' I E Q A :'2'Nll.:.i..a it i W V I 6 W ,Q .. , , A L , 3 s fl, itz, A kg . 1 M ,J x X .. , EE ,Q . ,P+ L I - o - o Q q . Q Qzff. :z ' 1 n .ta 445.5 ' 9 F f Q K 55, ii '11 L ' .ge Q 1 1 1 - ,A I 1 7, e uf Q. " ,y . e y' X J 4 I ' W F? : A ff " ' - .. .7 .. , ""' '1f.k.E,, ' ' r QL i ,Mfr .,,:t' 2 1, , '-'L ., ji , A i , WZ.. C' hge. lt, ,. I 'f , ' . . x. . J, w N I.-an-1 wnux Dexter ser-funn lmmwner Sehmuelllng f 7 5 urn-ru imwym- Conner xlclmnn-1 sl-umm nn-hm Rlnser Y F. . MN -e we JE, "x 13' 4 Q 'igifilg QDNQQNWQEGGCW W H- Yr X i f X S o 1 i 7 TEXOQ f Q50 Q ' yd-yi J ka-,,f,kl 4 Q ki I telier 'ETA 0 ,,. 1 7 L". 3? 1 X M14 ' f , X 4 N ,M f ii Pnomssioxu. Ancm'rEc1'uu.u. Socmrv ' Founded al University of Cincinnnli, 1928 1 Chapter I MENIBER IN FACULTY f KE Ai xv K LANG pi-X ' f XS - . . . . KJ X ' MEMBERS IN PROFESSION X Russel S. Polk-r Szunnel Hyxnon f- ' ACTIVE MEMBERS X f Austin W. Burrows, '31 George B, Hnmpton, '30 William C. Reist, '31 N ,H , Raymond E. Bosworth, '30 Robert A. Kennedv, '30 Howard M. Ronshcim, '30 X f Reuben R. Cohn, '30 Harry L. Porter, '31 Thnmns A. Rushmore, '31 lf Richard S. Dexter, '32 Russel S. Potter .lnck H. Thornell, '30 P o PLEDGES o Rielmrd Dcnmnn, '33 Silvcrius Kunz, '31 Philip Rimldinger, '31 Donald Howard, '31 George Lnrscn, '32 Muuricc Schulzinger, '31 0 - Frnnk Knppes, '33 William Marshall, '32 Alun Walsh, '32 fx Marvin Rulslon, '32 'N xl x . f 1 i r fr- r 'Yr s' Ti' - fx Xi X. I' ' ' 4' 2. gf: P i"' ,M gf. K 1 1 0 0 M . , 1 11 s 9 1 0 L0 QQ , Y Q1 ,X , Q E 1 l x ' Nl A 1 N Hampton Roush:-lm Cahn Kennedy Thornell fi V I Demi- mm llnrrows Porlcr nusimmre now-arm l XY 226 X . ,.f Nsennngeeiumnnminnmwy f I Q3 73 ,O any MJ ,M 6 og J .qr Eau Tlfappo. .Alpha O A '82 X ' 'A QJSJI, ,I ' 5 'Tl' , , K t ,fi ' 0 Htmolmnv DEB.-KTING FIIA'I'I3IIxI'I'x' ' FoIIIIdecl at Butler College, Indiana, 1908 70 Chapters f -4 CINCINNATI CH.xP'rIaIt, Established 1908 ,fx X f K' K xg MEMBER IN FACULTY f NESI-IA IsAAus I ? 'Q ACTIVE MIBIIIBERS 'X 1 William Fetick Stanley Moubus N John Friedman Kay Montgomery . X- I William Hammond Blanche Rule Mary Lon Harder Joseph Segal Marjorie Hollenberg Nathan Salinger Frcd Kotte Cedric Vogel ' 9 0 Edith Wehmann 0 F' V ' N I X f lx D L ' 091 7 .I I t yj X Fetiek Montgomery Wehmann Rule Vogel 7 Hammond Muebus Frlednmn Segal Kotte 1 Pon I ll K I All tl Waiting Qlnidlnncaifannitwiiffk L aft s XX 0 fi f xx.. f F f' f, o f 0 Ui has gig! ,Ed N L fflbi 'Delhi Tffappa HoNonAnY EDUCATIONAL Fnxrlanulrxf Founded at Indiana University, 1910 ' 37 Chapters Au-HA Ion CHAPTER. Established 1924 ' 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY WALTER L. COLLINS YVXLLIAM A. Cool: S. L. Env A Cl-msmn A. Gnanoiw GonnoN HaNnnIcKsoN Wxnusm A. JUSTICE Henscrxer. Llrnenmnn Louis A. PBCHSTEIN SPENCER SHANK .lox-IN T. NVAI-ILQUIST . ELECTED T0 MEMBERSHIP IN 1929 Rayburn W. Cadvrallader' 'A 'Roy E. Cahall James A. Caywood Alvin L. Chapman, Jr. Emerson F. Cloyd Olin W. Davis Eugene M. Derby Arvey E. Diettcrt Claude C. Dove A Albert Grant Frank 0. Grasshoft' Creed 0. Harrison Paul N. Haskins Karl Herrle Frank 0. Horton J. F. Huskey , Peter J. Iverson Charles H. Johnson Herschel Litlierland Isaac R. Murphy Max R.'Reszke Jacob S. Schultz Stanley S. Smith Alie IL Stingley Clarence B. Suter Glenn O. Swing John T. Wahlqnist Dale M. Zeller ,, ,X vb X o ,fa ' P x V A D f' A fl s f z . 6 rl. QN ff A is-serene QDNQGNNWGQNWW 7 1 A 4 6 fl 0 O 9 I KX q f T 'gg , ff , f fi Q X P1 A gi Q mi A F3 A f 6 gx X , K N3 Traternilies fy W 9 '01 F2 23 ff if QKEQQQUQQ QQNQQNNQTQQNQQZSV ' -7 f f 'W KXVXQN' ff 90 n H X390 9 np? - , 055.41 6 UQ I , 42 at men s Danbellenic ,Association ' OFFICERS A J. B. ALLIN. ................ ....... P resident N ' N R. W. Srlavlas. ,........ .. ..... Vice-President' X , -' K . E. B. Evsxs ....... Secretary , G. W. ROSE. . ........... ..,.. T reasurvr 0 MEMBERS 1 SIGMA Cm P1 K.u'r.x ALPHA G. W. Rose C. T. Clifton H. Wilson H. C. Anderson v Sums Au-HA Evslws L,xMnnA Cm Au-HA ,X I -4 0. Bray XV. C. Popp 7' . f XS T. Armstrong G. 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T IOTA CHI EPSILON BETA KAPPA A th S l R 3 L D C gl t J I S g SIGMA PHI ETA SIGMA DELT-X RHO El H F k EI C I B I I' d B ACACIA H R k I K h V lt I -V - ir Breyer Conglewn v Lance Hanson Rockel Balznr Seeznrs Solln If ' P ix -X. 5 7 771: c 166 Pon I5 XI 1 f I QGINQQ TG Nkfxfgy if A It Qfgqyfam NMR G2 Dfw-ff .. 6153936321 ri s K o 9 Sigma Chi 9 inn X Z4 f ' . If X 1 Founded at Miami University, 1855 0 we zm-1 PS1 cm lgghssxoblisllod 1882 , ,i ,f ,ogsllllg ' fi Al S '1 L 'R LTV V:-N f X5 DANIEL Llwnsxclz F1UiNK--B.fGjcEf A lloulzivr LAURISNCE ff A AncH1nA1.n I. CAusoN, Jn. Vtcron Riff, Sin. 1, A, E. SANDBERG CARLTON H. CIIISLER LQSLIEY J. XSCI-fwAL1.m fx CHARLES POTTER f 'PX4ITCXIlll!f.L,, Q ajygn jst f- XACTIVE XEMBERS 'X 1 , R ,. Ng, My William Brandi, 133 r5a111t'Ll!!,.i33,, Wixmles Pouch .30 S Patrick Board, '33 W "" zgwv RW. l.eh11h9EI1,3'1?ilIg1'9l11as Read, '32 1 j condos Brown, '32 m 11, '31 ,, gilfimllnnn Ripper, '33 1 Raymond F. Carlherg, '30 Kenneth Nll!l0IllflIfhCl:Q '31 George Rose, '31 Jack Creinar, '31 IQTFHEJEFQPBSX 'P Glenn E. Scott, '31 o John Crone, '31 P.u1.P ,::f15cin5:1B0 Robert voslnor, '31 9 Douglas Currie, '30 Forrest Porter, '32 George Whiteman, '31 0 Donald nook, '32 , H Robert Wilson, -az 0 F' 'E X Z ll K PLEDGES I James Conway, '33 J Cliilorcl Duncan, '34 1 Larry Edwards, '33 ' 0, Paul Delgado, '33 K Arthur Gran, '32 I Gene Harmon, '3-I N Frank Hall, '33 Laurence Johnson, '33 Alexander Miller, '32 Donald D. Moore, '34 Floyd Lcichlle, '34 David Olingcr, '32 9 Henry Schlaetcr, '34 g By ' Sl l l , '32 I0 1 Blll0'lEl1olll1is2lT,n'34 r Myron Williams, '33 X J XVI , '33 .J to 1 QL Clifford Hootcn, '31 I 3- x f , 7 w.QQ1oaQQ1nQQNNo1f1ooiarfwf? N a K x' :YY -1 .. ,Le lj- x. HcQ!i 5' ' X 1 2 .1 E xx 2 1' 'W w M fi' .xy 11 P 'I X 'V . y 1 1wf,' if - W ix , i 'QLX :lvl . ,XJ fl , .l LW ! WY ,D ,fxyvm i If Y 5' 'I If Wi ,' l W HX' N, hi l k'I 4-, . 'E 1 ,HI Lftxxy ASI VW. fl M'Q,g Q i W , xy, Qi I Y! 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Q X355 A5 eil, 9 X Xi a l 'x 55 - - eta Obeta 131 l Founded ut Miami University, 1839 l I l LW' 85 Chapters BETA NU Crmrriikn, Einimislmi 1890 f-X 'C f xx 1 HW VAN Mmm: AMI-ts S. C. Axms W. P. Bvnxs S. Dansr H. K. DUNHAM I-I , f , xgll Uv ' , ' William Annncrnmn, '32 H. D. Bolll, '31 V a Walter Connor, '31 0 Louis Crum, '31 James Cullen, '31 0 Francis Davis, '32 fx Edward Evans, '31 hi 1 . ll 3 A l lg! Ui M1 N V' l "df, , gg, f-- L ' 1 , ' ET' f if "' 2. Ei'lwAXg, MEMBEIX ijiqil-fg.CUl.'l'Y 1 'YS'Sr.S:3ca 5 B. Giuwns'---A mf- -- G. Mulinx 1 P. ll. KELLY ' ' ii B. Rnnnm-s R. I.. LAPYGENHEIM F. H. LKMRN X J. l.ooFnonoLHi5 . - N LJ W K i - K ,X .,,,,.L1 'T H' .-fTx 'v ' I l " f ACTIVE MEMI3E'RS Louis Grassmuck, '30 GoI:Lloll,Hock, '32f"B 'iZXl1,f 6njB0,' Vzrngc, ang! 0 .Inu Liszixievv. a, '32 Allen Lloyd, '32 ' Francis McCord, '32 Ll B. T. SHINE R. S1121-HlsNsoN S. Tmaronnu Dale Moore, '32 Robert Morrison, '32 David Porter, '31 Charles Riley, '30 Albert Speer, '32 Walter Tarr, '31 Carson Whiting, '32 PLIEDGES James Adams, '33 Robcrl Ames, '32 .lohu Ball, '33 Arthur Blackburn, '32 Riclunul Campbell, '33 Robert Dunn, '33 Fremont Fisher, '33 Arthur Fry, '33 Marvin Ginavin. '33 Carl Gracelcy, '32 Emil Habcrcr, '32 Richard Harris, '33 John Harlh, '33 Frederick Mc-Intyre, '33 .lohn Mason, '33 Richard Nelson, '33 Vadim Pclielkin, '33 Clarcnce Porter ' Louis Schaefer Crosby Smilh, '33 V Gordon Strauss, '33 , 33 , '33 sf' ,TN x f-1 X fl . 5 u 7 C . 'o ' 7 figx ws. Navigating Qnuoinngaflonms-:ff 7,.,f"s f . . C' r -a .- 12, V Y ' 4-vi' 3, .ar Q A. " , I L., N .K 5 av if A, -X f , 4, ,. ' ' V x We V I4 I 4 ' 1 v fc - .1 K f .2 r ' . '4 , J x , Q .3 .. ' - yf P X if f -1- . - 5 A 'N W S..-sg 1 ,B ' 'S ' ' ' 4 ' xi .5 . z x , 4 ' W P' 'Q . U " I . 5 33 " S a 4 e, 5 ,. .V A J' Y, 4 3 5 fx :A 54- f 4 Q, 4 -5 Q N ' V ' I 1 1 f 1 2 ' . 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Nau, '32 -N If Nelson Cragg, '31 Wigirfn . 1 ne e '33 Julius W. Heil, '30 V X I WV William H. Crawford, '33 Walls ,Fu '3. 4 Leon A. Saylor, '33 Donald H. Crone, '30 f Trdpiltdf u vei e 4 Francis L. Unzicker, '31 X Stewart Crull, '31 ,I ,aurence ' . , , ,Q George N. Wallace, '31 Frederick F. Dexter, '30 X Xfilehil-l. och, 3,.,M'x Charles H. Xvilson, '33 , qw ui 0 ' PLEDGES 9 f- Ernest L. Barney, '32 0 nmmrd o. Batdorf, -as 'Q N Wilbur Bell, 134 f 1 l Robert Benham, '33 , M K ' Ward Berry, '33 e Richard Coles, '34 ,FN Jed Carlton Coppock, '33 , W ' Robert Goetelless, '33 Robert F. Dunn, '34 'c fy Edgar W. llarper, '33 ' Emmett M. Hendley, 33 Thomas H. Johnson, '3-1 Edward B. Lockwood, '33 Philip A. Lynch, '3-1 Jack McLaughlin, '33 llarry Mctlugin, '33 James F. Mills, '33 llubert B. Nay, '33 Joseph Poetker, '3-1 Henry Stack, '34 Herbert .l. Staub, '33 James A. Thornton, '33 Harry Tingley, '3-1 Carl F. Wagner, '31 Richard Wagner, '34 Robert Whitesides, '32 C Pon I x 1, 1 , A fl Y Mg .ff fgbz R axons osaednwairaawmfw X N , . . X. xx ,lnxxyg - X X ,k1,,-X ,, NN, X f v . W 1 ., ,J x ,f . X , ,. --. x wg- A W 1 A N l , V gg VI fu - , ,- . I . . .. ' 58, A . W . V '. - ' , , 'a , ' . ! , 45 . A I ,V EM .N ov I .a 6 . 7 33. QL? L' gk .-pg - f ' 7 'X E x , g.- f y up 4 , I. If , . X ,A. Q J' K X . . is 'Li k , gf ' "" xg -f ' '- -, R " 'XX' f 7' H ' 555 n K W , i xp ,- L 171' Q A Q 'I' ' 'QR .,, K ui W 'IQ , 14' fx? XF, s :- and 3,19 M . Q .M jf: J 3' V rf v fs B, . 4 W' 1 J .9 .I 'N 1 ' ' Z ' 4' ' ,xx ,I F .X , 2 HJ X W af.-r. - ' . E' 51 ' , .' f., ' ' ft, 1 5. F1 2' pl K ,7 -Q y ' rp yi. Y W ' 'F w wxxj X 1 Y' Y, 1-.,-M111 'Q' ' J ' V, . v . ,gw fi 1 7 f ,f 'Vg , ..,,, ,! xf,N X L ,ff ff - Q, fy ,f Ma . ,wx ,f Y ' , as ,, f li 2' f'., f' 1' he v J u 1 I Qv 4 ' qw ' V.-' y 4 5 .3,.y.4 t :M . Q , 'Q' 1 ' 5355 1 g -W '- Y 9 . 1' A P '35-QW' 3 'f'T"' SVN. 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Xa Q 'Della Eau 'Eelke 7 rx, ,f ' lfollllllt-cl al llctlllllly College, 1850 l 7-l Chapters 0 Gum . l Cl-l.lP1'lall, Establls s 1909 AlE TY X Roma ' GOKN'D Q Z A. Kola G , Cl.Al'tIa CIE STE FUS So HXVOIKTH f-I4 Anxl.xNlT BARUMQE ,- f XS K' X 1 H ,V I l Cfwli. N K William Alli '3 A A la en c Flllltlll, '30 . John Allill, ' G igl i H son, '31 ,R Clarence Al' ll, ' 0 l ifl yd , '32 ,X , Stuart Ball, I , G l lull lton. '33 f XA! F. Cochran y I uurs ck, '33 X W ' Robert Iglocll ng, ' lllls gcr, X f James -rvin, ' ur dull, ' .. i j David Eckert, '. W Alot- 'att,. '3l 1 xvliilillll Fletcher, '. . .lcCasllll, '32 o John G. GIIXIIIZIII, '30 ' Willialll Oswald, '30 D 5 Wcndnll Gilylllilll, '30 TOIII Pierson, '31 I 9 .Iohll cl-llllllls, '32 T. ls. Reed, '31 0 A ' John Galloway, '32 Caldwell Robertson, '31 f l-all lla-lwl, '30 mln-l-l Stellgel, '33 'X l 1 Ni ff ll X ' , , l'l.l5llGEs i Robert M. Allison, '33 C 0, YYillialn Atkinson, '32 ' Jerry Bill'l'llllll, '33 I I Preston Blwilillltlll, '34 t I William Curry, '33 Allan Davis, '33 l James Hallliltoll, '33 Robert J0illlS0l'I, '33 Q William Kiskl-r, '34 i Robert Moorllend, '34 . l Louis Mendnll, '34 ' Ronald Mrlienzic, '33 f l ' Ralph Ricllards, '34 i .lohn Toetlcr, '33 N , 1 Frank vim Mt'll'i0ll, '34 1 l . :J XValdo lllllrvill, '34 U QA Emerson, xvL'l'iZ, '3-l I l 1 SWR X f X vii Y VL' 'X 240 Q A N - l ' A 0 -0 Q! 4 I X 331, ,,, 3 E 1 fi' w w 1'-lk ' TT,-5 Q ws Cf' J,I,ai!7i7,,Li1.g-N-.. I5 -X-'xfl. ,4 -fgvjgfj-iii.. J ff ' f Nyff, if Jw.. . ' '1 , ' ' X "' ,' wx ' -. N r' ' , .1"K1'2 'A" f"'Y'1f 2, QQ X i'x..,kiXfN'l :ff-Q fx -QQ' 'F bg LHP K:-1" 'dp-ifj H-EJ' Yuri! Lf' ,fix-.5 ZX? 1?'i'AX"'Q.EL'-ffxif, 'XY' . A, lf - , :1.L?..L.:f..-- - " .glipfz J' " X " ' .4a:, -4:4:.g....-g .Lg X.gg,::,..-..' gL1'..'.' gg..." iii., " ' . 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Cochrnue Arnhl Ball A 'ls' A ff A, X X run-mm-1, lm-mm-r G, Humlllon curry w. Allin 1-:. Hllsmger , f V' ' ' J. In-mllmn Allison Mlm-ln XVerlz Xhlclmnxxn umm-as Y 7 H mskpr 1'0q-rl-r .ml-nson vnu Mm-len xn-mm nl-mum A 4 , A ' - r- , R . ffikiiixfa 241 I '1 3,-.qw ,men .--..u-. . .. .-, W.-. . .. . ,M , ! 'KM K. ,gn QWfLS4TN WY Y I nwqiifa :A-lf Qpflgig-15f'f1 .gwxw ,Lxf , ff' XJIfffkg,,i", - NW'-vikfk' fw Qu gf ' f fag Yum NISKO XX fl !l f' ?' X Q. f . A f",'-Q Mfg, W -X , xg., . ' 'N-' x ' 1 43 ,77 J ' 1 3, v' hir 0 l i fi 'ay -Q lfxvk 'Yfg Xt 0 f-X f -4 ff 2 fx I X in S fxi KN' 7091 Q, N W ti. I 7,-QTLQDZDBQ yn , o 091,34 'Ili Tlfappo. TAI ba Founded at University of Virginia, 1868 1 ' 78 . gl rs ALPPIA X1 cn , - mm' cd 1910 ,L 0 REGINA I C lcGn,xx ,fx X li W A K ' 'J' I S t R Wm, Ac c , e 1 1 an j, '31 f l Harry C. Anderson, Sl ul F. Kahbes, '30 Harry Bnlhuan, '3 .-X, Xr iur G. Kiel, '33 Charles Beauchan , .' fx larrett Knobloeh, '31 'N Burton C. Bricker, ' A , Al cn Lishawn, '33 X Marcellus J. Bridges, 19: ' Baxter G. Moore, '30 X r George Bro. ' ' 4' Richard Rowland, '33 N Ray Bro u r, 33 ' ehulte, '30 Willis Butz, '33 T C. Thomas Clifton, '3 Gilbert Edger, '30 Charles Funk, '33 Oscar F. Grehner, '30 Kirk Hager, '33 fhgence .. Sidiuger, '32 iam L. Sorensen, '32 Burton C. VanCnren, '31 Albert West, '33 Robert D. White, '33 Charles R. Williams, '32 l'l.EDGES John Bircharml, '3-l Wade Burns, '3-1 Richard Clifton, '34 Charles Everett. '34 John Farley, '32 Ben Garnier, '34 Bill Gilliland, '33 Clill' Jensen, '34 Hugh Mc-Call, '34 John R. Morris, '34 Ralph Pollard, '34 Arthur Sauer, '3-I YVilliam Schmid, '33 Eric Schulze, '33 Edward Sidinger, '33 Louis Wasson, '34 Jack While, '34 Charles Young, '34 771: Qiiaaoas oladlnwairlonxzgl? 'E C For 1 'J in l 5? -C 1 1 5 3. X db ' f Srllul ln' Atllrl' lk-uurlmxnp lllrclmrd Jbnsvn E. Shllllllvr X X 1 11111 1 N x..-N 1. x,,f 1 F 1 ' ' 1? ' f , , J . 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" 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 11' 1 'XVJU Q! 1,u- x 1 -, . f W 1 1 1 'f 1 5 1 '1 I X . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s' 11 1 1 1 f ' H Q 1 - 1 1 E, .N ' 11. 1, 11 1 - 1. 11 Q 1 1' KE 11 '1 1 11 1j 111' 11 "1 ' 1K" . 11.1 11 11, 11 "N ,1 -A1 111 t 1 .11 . X 11111 , . 1 1 ,711 ,- jfvxf 'ix 63' .or ' 9 v XX 0 ' '4 fr XS f 7 f f , F 0 9 9 x Y RO f 4 l 7 N 1 ambba Chi Txlpba Founded nt Boston. University, 1909 'iii Chapters Sums Pm . , git. st i "'li:,,!? ished 1916 on Cam. I-I. Conxsmus 'Vs JYM. CHfuu,1ss MILEHAINI Cmnisxcrz 0. Gimnxzn :-'- ,Q 1 zmnxcia K, Wsmmsm- ' J ' x .G ' , f' Byron Ahlburn, '3.. .3 " 3' odorc B. Dunn, '31 Arthur T. Auburn, '3 ' ' 9 2 il W. Earnshaw, '33 Byron M. Barheau, '30 , ' HN C: .V illinm Feliek, '31 Raymoml W. Barsdale, -f' 5 LL dy F5323 N I Gunder Gilhertson, '30 louis H Bertram Albert H. Bode '30 Ed id S Hammond '33 . I ,gg lb S MS I .Lidjf Ifluxxi W. Bvsns y gifts 1. KAHLER Wx i 1 ' I V " -iq lil J . ! 74 Q, l'l"lllk J. Breen, 3. V D Harvey 31 William E. Climer, '30 J le D. Hayes 30 Herman Jnek Hepp, '31 S. Oliver Beall, '3 . . . Lo is Grammar, '33 Hurry F. Bedell, :IT 'H g s. am Hxinimoml, '30 ' ' ' fi' ' , ' . I , :rg ms 1 , George B. Cropper, '32 llichard S. Dexter, '32 Frank .l. Dost, '30 Paul Dudley Stoner, ' Lester B. Lakamp, '32 William A. Leach, '31 William C. Popp, '31 32 PLEDGES George Dusterberg, '34 Kieth NV. Epply, '33 Arthur Esslinger, '34 Paul Garber, '33 YVillinm Grnwc, '33 Edward Hoffman, '34 Mm-lin Hnslanger, '34 Levern Hjnlmerson, '33 Loren Jauueson. '34 Arthur Koetl, '34 George Kramer, '34 Roy Marks, '34 Chester Miriek, '34 Clillorml Reeves, '34 Lowell Schmidt, '34 Burkett Shnw, '34 William Skimin, '34 ltohert Sontag, '3-I Clmrles Temple, '34 Andrew Weiss, '34 Leslie 1YilkiuS, '34 George Yaruell, '34 su, xo If ' cw X ff x f i X U 0 'W 77' I K . i Pon 1 'i 5 I K' it Y i Q5f?3 C5119 QBlR'Fd1,3R'llilQ,TfGC5'bFTi3f3r?vi"'fy Us 'A xl If E ,Z I ! ff! , X Ns. fl E , W1 fm fl 1 x fx ' il x if QQ' W 1 I .fi X ,5 .. ,I Xf- Ii' N J!-, 'Q z V Q5 5 , x 'I I X ,::' An" N s 4' - '- ,xX. x Y NN 4 X x W L 9 ' 4 'r ,. -s 1 , v '5 y i, Q Ei ff f 5 Q2 -P Y li 9, 9 sf, f Q I 3' . -1- 95' u . E 'Y . - x - 9 J ,L , V 'C A f q 1 P 9 , an ' ,J -v T, 3 y I Q 1 f Cz, I . . . Q ' ' f ' 9 " ' -at 1 n I - Nu-mnn W, In-mmonu 1:ll1,.-.-450 Popp lm,-4-S Fvlick lh-Xlvl' Dos! 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SEER 17 'str' 316 Ja ' 1 X W N ' ww ' Img '-' Lx. Q x up . A Y , , , . V ' ,Il DR Jossm-I Hsin - Q X may J.iF1:lz jx 3' fl, X1 Du. STANLEY SIM X xx-X LEBMAN rj X KL Dn. CLARENCE Lu 1, isa: . Maumsi-x 1 N' str- -um iw www X X 'f -,mai llllllllm -X , t lf' l Charles Beck W' f. 6- ntl I: '30 X ' V' Leon Benson, A M 1 i. yi, '32 X I Ralph Blumel - ' . .1 gr.. " Bernar cvin, '32 ' EllW0l'd EliflSbPl'8. '31 Phillip Magrish, '31 Paul Friedman, '31 Milton Rosenbaum, '32 Elmer Goldstein, '31 V4-.ltgr Rosenbaum, '32 Q Elilm Harris, '30 Selwyn Ruslander, '31 6 David Jacobson, '30 Bernard Segal, '32 A 0 Aaron Kanter, '31 Joseph Segal, '33 9 f 0 7 'FN Ass. TOY 3 3601 f x 1 J is lla PLEDGES Myron Benson, '33 Lcon Dine, '33 Fred Goldman, '33 Melville Bernstein, '33 Jack Harris, '33 Philip Kaufman, '34 Harry Kuppin, '33 Stanley Levi, '34 Thomas Levine, '33 Joseph Liebschutz, '34 Abner Moss, '33 Walter Rothschild, '31 David Schwartz, '33 Charles Snow, '33 Jerome Watt, '34 Alfred Weiner, '33 Joseph Weiss, '34 Daniel Wolf, '33 'W fl, I C Pon 1 l il l fit fx figs, wx? yu M H 'J XKQULTQQ Qunolnnsilfannmssff w X ' w I 1 I 1 ,, ,, ..,....... . L? X , X , 5 y . ., N! 'Q . H A5 I if I . ,s ' -..,, A1 N? 1 i l V . ' + F Q 5 ff x 'ie lf P ' - ' i Q '..,. . I A , 6 If iigij-. .522?r?'i ' ' . 'I -fvllafififgz , ln-5: , Gllvn lhlrrls Smlul Lvvl Frlvdllmll llrllson Hlumcnllml llrcknl' Russlxlllslul' Rlngrlsll 'l'. Levin ll. Lcvln Nunn-r lillnsln-rg Wu!! S. Levln XYUISS NVIIH' Snow MOSS 247 'QM l XJ-my-' .Q5a3f?533Ci??ilQ3 i 1 XX 0 , fi f T 7. 'W F I x l 091 er fi' 'Hola Cfbigfpsilon .. Xa i w X x if s Rfk X 4 X f , Founded nt University of Cincinnati 1 .0 pter 'W li' C IW Y. ' LTY il N --f' l .ions Ds ' Coxomrox N KENNETH . .u Q . ' Si-Excian P K-1 W ' EMB S if w John W. Anderson, ' Cl ll'orrl Liudeman, '33 Robert T. Anderso El jah Looney, '33 -x Ralph C. Bursiek, ' D 'ight E. Moorhead, '30 N Robert F. Christy, ' ll ward L. Nelson, '33 David D. Congleton, . lton Nelson, '32 X Donald DeCnmp, '32, mn F. Nelson, '33 Edward C. Ebeling, '33 ,X ,X 4 1 ert E. Phinney, '30 Adolph W. Foerster, '30, Lloyd Grant, '31 Gilbert Homan, '32 William I.. Horstman, '33 Harold Hoskins, '32 Carl Kisker, '31 0. Fletcher Landquist, '32 Clifford T. Lindbloin, '30 Eugene F1 -ff? Carl Sanford, '32 .gx'c. . Xvolf, '32 Phillip Scott, '33 Arthur Sohn, '32 Donald Stohlman, 33 Carl Stngard, '31 Lawrence Swartz, '30 Richard Vreeland, '31 George Weinberg, '32 PLEDGES C. Gilbert Bacon, '3-I Kenneth Baker, '34 .lolm R. Horton, '34 Frank Morhart, '34 George Peoples, '3-1 .laines E. Rooch, '34 A. H. 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Qofjf QQQQ WZ"'6?WfifWdQ21 HX wfx I l fflxw f W 29 Q ' ly NIJ X X I 1 ' Q F 3 1 9 'v I 1 i 14 255 Eriangle f f Founded nl llle University of Illinois, 1007 14 h piers ClXClNN X I led 1921 Q RA Ellllvif Hlanxmx SClIN H. B. LUTHER I-X assess " X 044 v fl X Harry W. Anderson, , lifford McDaniel, '32 .lack Baxter, '34 I Malcolm Moores, '32 Thurston Benson, '31 ' or e E. Nagel, '32 Le Clerg Bowyer, ' 45 T. Oberklein, '30 -X Gunnar Czlrlsnn, ' M Jill, -- K Peel, '30 William Cory, '32 .ww IIIPQQQA up . Pol,-lil-mug, '32 X Murwin R. Dodson, eg Hill "-'-"ull -- c. Powell, '32 X Brace M. Dunham. ' 1' J. Rellnl, '31 ' Milbcrl E. Dunlnp, ' ' ' nrles H. Richardson, '30 Clarence H. Dllteil, '33 David Rielmrdson, '30 Robert E. Fink, '33 Thomas A. Rushmore, '31 0 Curtis A. Heuser, '31 Richard W. Sleves, '31 cl-egm-y J. Locke, '32 Ralph c. Taylor, '30 Q .Iohu A. HIZISSIIIIIII, '32 Stanley 0. Tllorsen, '31 ,X Russell s. wlllleheml, '32 7 1. f l W 1 l'LlsnGEs , Paul G. Hyman, '341 Marion A. Knoll, '38 Donald Maclnlosll, '34 XYill:ll'd Meyers, '33 Herbert C. Scllweikarl, '34 Louis 0. Sloggett, '33 G William J. Wood, '34 ' fy X' l 4 . XKQXQLLUCQLQ Qluelwweiflflwwxy ,f wi Ni - . 4' , Q . ' f I ' f . f W? 3, "f?' 'F 1 5 , 49 Y jr - ' 5? . '. ' if ' A n' ' A If f' ' " first: W f yu. T 'Y 5?-1 '52 , I Z B . . N A .RQ . I ' , H '11'...1 'S' J " V: YL' A ' 'J A .gk -. A .tim l gag 1 Y , 5 M A V .1 , ,kv '. ' Q 5?-Qefvt ' twig! 551 , ' ' Xml mrs. vw- ' f h V L kflk v ' - . . : i . , .4 Q ! . , .lf ' -1. Y S Q If aj' ,Ka .. . . 5 4 . 'E A 1 " , -, 3 ff' A ' A t I 2- . 'ggi A f V ,n f in ff ' V 4-an , ez ' 3 Q 1 -' Q v . . S1 6 ' .M 2 ,ff - . , , ' ' s ' K s.. W. ,gy-Q N 1 jf " ' :aw by 6 5 9 - ..-, ANU' ,. 3.9 , Q Q ' f Effij A .... . W N t H ' .f S Pb .., 1 l "v . ' - ' k fu ' , . 1 - ' ' . r 071 s " ' . al . ep 'QW ml f . fi.. ' 3 '31 ' Ml., , Yr b U, . , Q, , M r V ,. qw. .1 ., A ' 7 , .. va. -. . , - ' ' , .q ff , Z . 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HnnsQ!n X f I mu Winter John Ross Hu f K! ' iam I.. Wise Norman V. Hu bert Curtis La QIIHB ' 'etch 9 f N W X l'LI:Dlul:S f 'lk X Victor Calvin I Rtlylllflllll Cook x r Curl Dannenfelser 1 Kenneth Darlington Y Frank Dunbar 1 ' Martin Geis Walter Green .loseph Hudson Robert W. Kellhofer Willinni Lowry Mulford Mentel Brice F. Metcalfe Robert Xlilnt Ernest Quick Kenneth B. Rexford 0 James Robertson 0 Fred Seyphers I .lanies W. Seltzer Willixnn Thiedc E. Eugene Tyler V F. I.. Wnolford Q47 X Howalrsl C. Young - 252 W Ml f ' IX X59 Q Wsliieitaotwte QBNQflNNGiTGGQNQW?5fy w v 4 fx-Q .2a' -M21 fi f -15 'fix 5 - A Wm Q1 V1 ""f3"ff'i"'F' 'X J X W 'MX' lg? 'T 'Af' ' WLC' if i .5 F ' 'L ' if f?E"Nw"1"i'7l-1FFf" XJ 5' fkmxQvfXQQ' " ' LL Y.. WA ,Q 4 , X-:L "iff T"-11, , iff, .,A., E513 445 Sufi K ,f'fj'11W,"' ' -..4':5Tv .I 'f ' , I ,L-fig," :TL 'T' "' """ ' 'YM' " f 'Q fp, H27 '52 f w 5 w mfrgsxw Q HN , , lkfdmrwl , H, , 1. H A. 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' 'X Wrllifnw 'WV Elia" 'V :MTW H775 'Cf V-Ziifh-M ?'T1'7Y"5-N",.: 3i7 if X, ' W X YEWQFTQ Q14 P 'lf' Mxf ix wx R 4 ' 4 lj 1 1 -N1 MW A 2+ Qif , ri99lQs vf E,QL,, 1'4.ff'QLe1f ifQKL! 6 X,1-'XS-I ox ,- KQ JWQ3QE'?2 1 K, a xo i Thi Yaelia Delta v X , , ,f ,Ae-.N 1 X ' Q xN'1W99 2 S' I of-E T3 Q-5-0 i Founded at'CEJ2a1l ' Qiversily, 1912 . . v,.x 1 CW - 2 1 , ' '4 Y., 1 A E P' f Mu , sta :vw d 1920 1 f-1 X W ' 1 1 F 1 . il. 1 ,lk nz. . . - LT 1 1 7 I 1 Q 'fel . i n 'Nf u v . x n f 1 E A 5 , 4 ' , .lv ACTIV ' 5 'mens Elmer Berger, '30 V Perry Nussbaum, '31 3 9 William Braude, '30 Samuel Rogoff, '32 - 0 Isadore Charon, '32 David Rosenbloom, '33 0 fx Jess V. Cohn, '31 Lester A. Russin, '31 Y 'N ', X Stuart Dorenberg, '32 Bernard Schaeffer, '33 ' f ' 1 Morris Graff, '30 Gilbert Schwartz, '31 i l l Sidney Lefkowitz, '30 Bertram Sonnenherg, '33 I Charles Lesser, '31 Emanuel Sonnenreich, '30 Max Lilwin, '30 Samuel Smith, '32 1 Phillip Lynch, '32 Allan Tarshish, 30 ' , Carl I. Miller, '30 Marcus Wells, '31 K ' I I PLEDGES V Maurice J. Arhamm, ,sa Alfred Katz, 'aa i Louis J. Davidorf, '32 Howard E. Manishewitg '33 Harold Friedman, '34 David A. Nathan, '33 r 9 Robert Jacobson, '33 Bernard Oscherwitz, '33 1 1 O David Rosenblati, '34 7 1 f Os 1 4 , 1 y I l i I 'X X 1 'fi f K VX 254 , of 1 3 -, Y 4 15 f E -.I . f :V ' r X 12, U: af VN MYQ-'X jf. ef N u +1 , Nj g , ,af N XY .1,",fx'1 "1 .N w 1 V , 1 V 1 , ' 6 , I ' 1 1, ' 3-V Q i V' J . N in 1 1 I ' If i ,N 1 L ' 'ig , u w l 1 z. ' i A . ' Q ,f if f I I " e X 1 N.f","'Y l iff-'J K XX, 'P I1 , V ' 1 2 ' 7 J 'N ' I T I I L, l w ' I :- , , I K 19' fwffi ,1 -I by -,QKXQ MQW:-J I , rw W yi 3 Lltwin cm-n smug Lynch 1""1. 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X X , ., Joseph Bermanfxkzj ff A' f I' ihan el Korh, '31 Samuel Bell L7X - mx - Qmflcorb, '31 Albert Bessel, 31 Krasne, '32 Oscar Cohen, '33 i .",tfffx,v -Isadore Pastor, '31 Eugene Friedman, '3'9, kladore Richard, '31 Robert Goldman, '33 f N bert Silverman, '32 Marcus Heimnn, '30 Harold Straus, '33 Ben Kaplnn, '32 Boris Sway, '32 Harry Sway, '30 PLEDGES Jack Brown, '33 Samuel Passel, '34 Joseph Cohen, '34 Jack Mann, '34 Smnuel Messer, '33 Eli Slobofl, '33 Morris Garber, '3-l 1 ' ' 2 Samuel Rockwern, '33 -LQBX X o 1 P' f v X l Q l . X 755 Joseph Coppcrsluth, 3 ,O 1 I ' ' l l r l l , N f , EQZQQQXUQGQ QDNQUNNGQFU JESXX ffx .NX 1 1 fl ':'7f"3i7T' m'fZ15'737:3'f5fT?3T7Q' 5--W --J-l"'Z.gJ.,. 'ii' ,,,,, , ,, , Y 1 f .-17 1 :J f 31 1- m, ,-11 1 N 1,,lx,, ,W,, , 115111 'I ff, 1.1-:VTQ1 't"X"xfi" fl XJ- fmafd flkf-Ex 1'f-53 fffl M31 ka "'5fXEiif' CYX ' ifkxx X ff 'KX ff 1 , 'CTE F, 1' ,. K x, Q," 3 X,,,,'.' 'J f I1' X 5' , X1 27. -, f ,- 1 X ff. 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Ggiwmmeenwmwwmaawwffiy N . 1 N X15 1 K1 '1' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 ' ' X . 1 I N 11 4' ,A Q 1 ' 1 YN- 2 ' 1 L ' 1 1 1'1' 1 1 1 1' N .X K 1 1 1 xl 1, W 'J-iX'1 1 -1 ,x 1, x A 1 1 1 1 1 1y!"1'NX1 1 .N 1 X , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bran' lfvrllhvlnxvr Davis lla-xlz-r llnwnmn Mnrksh-in Drucker lhllhschlld l.r:X'y Silvrrlluln Sthullvllfels 1 ,' 1 1 1 1 1 259 I 1 esmeeeeaei sgfjx 6 0 all Affxlpba Eau Omega Founded ul Virginia Military Institute, 1865 90 Chapters 01110 Dlslxlzt I.1xxr:x 5tal:lisl1cml 1922 0 SIR MEMBIQRS ,Ii CULTY I-Lxnvm' Dlmcl-I 1' ' CHARLES Jolanmsn .lnHN Homrrr Ho' ' vs,gCJ-LXg1L1.l.xxxx WAnN1'rz mf:-Lil- A,hgg2444 2 " liyllifiri '23 , X422 ag ! 1 X Edwin Ailes, '32 X' 'y 'lqygl'HzTr'1:nI , - - , W13t'Iira1'tl Reed, '33 f Earl Allen, '31 X f1fn'Jes es:'33- D . . X xlglyron Reck, '32 . Kenneth Arala, '33 ayniond 3 h , . George Reisenberg, '32 Austin Burrows, '31 nrold Ill , ' . .1 LAlberl Heisenberg, '33 ,- Chester Brinsley, '32 g?,Zflft'lv,O:ll11i1 ' ' . .gktieprge Rogers, '32 f' Gilbert Case, '32 Virgil I-lalnnon 3n', '30- I 1. Qdtirion Snnning, '31 rl' MJ Vernin Curran, '32 Ch les K ' 1 ' f 'X illard Smith, '31 ' Richard Denman. '33 ' Zll'l:1X'K0l ' ' erbcrl Starick, '31 ' Parke Fein, '32 , , n Log," --J' igfreid Starick, '31 Fred Fleig, '32 ,lie Li J .lack Thornell, '30 Carl Gieringer, '32 '13 on . , , X' Curtis Vaughn, '32 o Francis Gleason, '30 Richn ia Edward White, '33 Edward Goldmcyur, '30 Hownrd Myers, '31 George White, '30 0 Clifford G0lllll1L'j'DI', '33 Howard Miller, '32 Robert XVrighl, '33 lv- Paul Grischy, '33 Lester Mount, '32 Richard Yates, '32 9 George Hampton, '30 Jmnus Ramsey, '33 1 . l 4, X ll .094 Y, 1 93 r PLEDGES Theodore Burkham, '33 George Dechunl, '34 Theodore Dumond, '34 Ralph Gieringer, '33 Dan Hayes, '34 Curl Kronlbach, '33 Charles Kurlcman. '33 Elwood Leffel, '34 Stuart MacLeod, '31 Charles Patten, '33 Gordon Potter, '3-I Howard Rea, '3-I llnrry Robinson, '34 Fred Sehnabel, '32 Roger Siebenlhaler, '34 Clnlrles Srofe, '3-l Glen Wnrxnan, '3-I f' :xx fji 5 , 5 U 0 N 77' I 1 r Pon 1,3 AP, YKQUQQQSNQQNNGKGQNWMV .,, xi x YYYiV'V 'J VSA X 'W N .N.VW,,,k XY iii V ' .K A A L W , .. , X , xl x,,, , . .- N,-f,,g,,,FAxN- Y fi, f ff - -, xx . 'K x X ,w '. Q --V, f fx. - . '1 1- S' , N ' . NJ x N f--A X M J. fx: f A , EAW . -H w N '- .- Q, - - ' 1 wi ia f ' Q. wx , fi H ' ' JL N: QQ, fr NX ' f ff f- - f K - x - ' - 1 1 1 1 I . .- - - . , x X , -W - 4 f xy xx N, ! f xx 1? g 4 I, x V, -N I. ' N Y r . , L 7,1 ------...,--.. ,V ,K '57 V f-:-- '- Vg' M, J, Q. ,4 , N ,X X x, R M? 'mxfsig ,HT - " Q "'Q,-35, LS ix 2 r 'i ' ' ' . F11 :ri 1, X 3 ' ' y.gf1 1 I X fi r 1, .Q-H X 1 ,s Y mi 4 LJ! HI' N X ,NAL I IQ , 'R '- L M X N wx ' , f- - if" xi f 5 ,. x. ' f f 1 1 F V! F 'K ww' V 1 3 I 9 Yxlfx' ,j T f3'f 'i M : 4' , X E ' Xxx I! 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Britton Simkins, '31 Elm A- BIOUHL '33 Jf tqv J Lennard Sorensen, '33 Marion Brant, '30 Fr I out wx?-,egafi .. David I. Sponseller, '30 Carl Bumillcr, '32 John lt-lied! Robert Stoerr, '33 o Norman Bussmnn, '32 Roy Lance, '31 Willimn R. Warner, '30 0 Walter R. Cook, '32 H. Weldon Lewis, '31 James Williams, '31 ' Edwin B. Dietrich, '33 John F. Patton, '33 Charles VVork, '32 K' Donald Mccuskey, 'aa hi xx , PLEDGES 9, William Backer, '34 Robert Bevis, '33 Frank Burkhead, '34 Reuben Bcaman, '33 John Connor, '34 I Herbert Donner, '34 Elmer Frech, '32 Harold Gelwicks, '34 John Keates, '34 Q Walter Lay, Q34 B. Galen Peppel, '34 Stanton Phillips, '34 Richard Sandberg, '33 Harry XVitte,1 '34 4 Owen Stevens, '32 N '5 X k X Qt ss' ,f ' P K KJ N f 5 2 ffl c P01 r 'J it I f 1 ,fl , , lX-2 262 W -Q XQKXMGJKLQ QBNQUNNQZTG WNM? , Gul' n -,X v 3 f r, N. X X n y X 1 -V Y n,-g f U9 E xv I , 5 K' V V1 .. , -xy, . ., W ,t I Wi, J! , v . " ' I N ' y v ff n y Q ff if . gg- n nn 3? if . 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Henry Bnehnian, '33 'J Karl Kelller,,'32A lx is- Robert Roth, '33 Clay Beckley, '30 W Fred Kilian, "32 , Q' - Nelson Ryan, '30 William Bcrwanger, '31 , 11 Jidward Krieger, :'32 in Thomas Shine, '32 f' Paul Chnpla, '32 ' Hlverius Kunz, '31 Ted Sharpe, '33 'N K Frank Doyle, '30 ' ed. Luunerding, '32 Edward Sower, '30 N , Chas. Gelzendanner, '31 Qohn Lnub, '31 ' , Rohcrt Slander, '31 f Robert Gaffney, '32 Ikawrencc Langevin, 130 Henry Thamann, '31 X ' x Eldon Greve, '30 Robert Gruber, '32 ai o D Vi . . . fm, W N. -illiam -Marshnlll, '32: .1 :gb we Roger Towle, '30 James Whalen, '31 PLEDGES James Beck Frank Burns Philip Collins Conrad Curell James Downing .lack Eppcnsleiner Olwny Ficker Robert Fridrich Edwin Gebaeur Owen Halpeny Daniel Harland William Kinneary John Lauch Frank Maloney Roberl Meister Lee Metz Joseph Moorman Urban Neyer Frank Paler Robert Rath John Seltelmayer Louis Smith Arthur Thornhury James Wenstrup Marlin VVhile Joseph Volz John Yeager U 9 'x fm K Pon 1 V 5 I We p Jgfgy Kiahaiiwaca C3BNQQNNGlTFGGQTniiFn'?f x x , f" 1' ' 2. X - , -. . I N J, x ' rx . , , Y 4, -1 1 xx vu .1 H X -45 H ffxkfx X ' W: f y Wx ' .- Lk X Q.-' N, V, X X- ,' 4 X wk xg! -, , 1 G Xt: 1 L4 X5 3 A x KK.. H -W x ' 1 'L ' t 1 mp.. K ' fil-." " Q 1 ai , 'M is vi' , , , I ir. . 'Q' . X it 1 , - -, . ,. 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Y X : 1 + ' A 5 ,151 Grvve SOWM' llul'1l'Ily llerwnllgcr Llluh G4-lzcmlumwr Slnudvr Grnbrr Luhncrding Iiunz Marshall NVhnlvn lirviget Homer Shine llulunvy Killhln Sluwpc llllchulllll KOH! ll:-ck Flcker Collins Han-land While Nvyrr Ymlllel' lhxrux Slnllh Fridrlcll 265 x , . , . - . - , . ,1 -X x N X. 1' K 3 Y ' . f-X N ' X Y 'L ww -WMXNN iv 7' f'fL'HN Y X X ,. ,Y Nix, yg' .QMQLX ,X VY' Rkxyyrff JXVQ1 Nbr-XX X ,lr JV -. , us V-, 'X V, -' -H N X 47' V, R , XXX f lg I Xj dx- X, I ,, R' '-,VY ' x" Wx UQ, klfx lj fx 315 11 f X ,j '1...,Z,, , . , I ..- .,-.. .',.gI,'g.'.T,j.1,-,Q ,,,'Y,, ' . M . M- , .. fl Xa , A -P surf - if 0 American Commons Club Founded at De 'versily, 19l7 I ' 9 1 CINCINN U CHAPTE ,s abi h d 1926 '24 V 'Q' 'Q' 'Q' f xx f X 11- 1 KA Albert Aylor, '31 .a roll Alfred Ritten, '30 V Arthur Barley, '32 Hziroltfnl 1 .- 4. Frederick Schlicte, '32 Leonard Bauer, '30 J ln Kei Frank Schroeder, '30 'Z Robert Belknap, '33 'XVi?.Kl3lIe, ' i Albert Schroth, '32 X J. 'S. Bower, '33 A 1 r L hry, -L' Hnrvey Shale, '30 f N-Nl Leonard Bradt, '33 en 1-a e , ' v' Harold Statford, '32 ' James Broadhurst, '34 ' ard Le I, '30 at eroy Stoke, '31 1 1 Norbert Cochran, '32 " ert Lehmkuhl, '3 UNIV' rancis Todd, '30 ' J. Craig Davis, '31 Million m ac 1, 0 5, Dennis Toohey, '33 l Chester Elliott, '31 x 'R-sEN1a iA'lliER?0lTA Ralph Van Nordwick,'32 1 0 Robert Felter, '30 Rober en-'30" Howard Wade, '32 1 Thomas Fisher, '32 Carl Neubauer, '31 Robert Wagner, '31 ' 0 Richard Fraine, '30 Rolland North, '32 Richard Walker, '33 K' Carl Freudenberg, '33 Harry E. Rabe, '31 Gus Welsh, '31 1 I X Theodore Frey, '30 George Rattenbury, '31 William White, '31 1 John Haines, '32 John Ridenour, '30 Floyd Whittenburg, '33 N Edgar Hunter, '30 Richard Williamson, '31 D 2 i ,X 4 El 1 'X PLEDGES Robert Bowman, '31 Harold Byrne, '34 XVilliam Clark, '33 John Dann, '34 Karston Hansen, '34 George Hemingway, '32 Edgar Tyler, '34 Franklin Hickman, '33 Howard Lepple, '34 Albert Taggart, '34 slut, xo 1 lf P- f-1 K 5 U D fl, M, 'N C 'on xv il 1 mix or ff it XSMQHULTGLQ QB MQW M9515 tl QFfiSLW r '- b 1 . H 5 K ' z ' +. ,.. 4' rf I? I .w , , Q . Q-1 " A K s tx Q '- Q ' ' ' P .1 . -Q. 'G S' S ' H' Q g 'ZF x A'f ' ' - ni ' ' " , Q .L ,A b 3' 10 .5 V ' -sq 4 'f ' I Q, . ' , F? K V ' mf 1 ' '3 4 . N '13-f ff A ' .HSV ' 1: ' f ' ,. 'ft gv,-"Q E ,--. , , -F -. C ' L- Q ' a Q ' Y V 5. 3 W I, 1: R1 4. . xi V 4 I X Q L F wb? 3 by ' . 2' 7" 3 ' ff R L I 5 , , - " , . 1 2 r i J . f n M f' A A4 g wg ' , f 'Z' If 3 41 :ggi I r f 1 f ,, , A f , 5 1. 3 S' : . . f v , K . ,. 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Walter Greife, '32 Edwin Samson, '32 'N ' Hayward Hammcll, '32 Doyt Schierenbeck, '32 f 1' l X Carroll Johnson, '31 Franklin Senft, '32 l X William Jones, '32 Clifford Weymiller, '33 I Frank H. Kieswetlcr, '33 Robert Weslcrman, '32 Paul Wozenf.-raft, '32 ' PLEDGES Raymond Rcttingcr, '33 Ray Marr, '33 Charles Smith, '33 Wm. Swink, '33 Howard Hoppcs, '33 Harold Procter, '33 Howard Kuehn William Rccher, '33 Ray Schultz, '33 Lorin Garrvlt, '33 0 Richard Graham, '33 Raphael XVilger, '33 0 X O 1 Eugene Smith, '33 Sherwood Bran, '33 ' ? Donald Lancaster, '33 Kenneth Sithen, '33 . 1 J, 15 X1 l l - Xisiflii QQ Q13 MQW N615 GQNWKWQ r N., ,, 'U 1 X x X X X A 1 1 X '.... , X , , ...gs , Af X W , , Grcifc Xin-num Breyer lirxurllz-1' Hnmlucll XYOzz'xn'l'ufl Snmpsvn Divhln Wcymlllnr l.vIlny Iloscnhnrg Dyson I.nllcnSlcl' Marr E. Snlllh Proctor Rlcc lh-llimu-r Schultz liuehn 2 69 A x. , X 2,5 fir ' W ' 4 ling, 1' .."!: 1 ' H '-L J? 'EJ Moser .Innes Iiieswettel' C. Smith Silhen , f4 'X -1 'L .NV X , H . 2 v' V ,w W6 rf' wee www kNQjvQ'E0 Linen- e kilns 6 ' QX 0 If X, o f X A Eng 5 K,"Z4 ffxxi fi I 'xv o fa wx K 4. ci lcacia Ja n -.w 1. :fi Q lixfm- 1 u- v Founded at Universitylof Michigan, 1904 Of x x E. Y 5 F537 ,., 1. 1 W'-.Qff'5p,f' ClNclNn.Q1?'6Hmm1:sjE W M' XVALTER A. Busan Lwnsxclz B. CHEN f fed 1928 Y nwonn C. Gels 1.1-H A. VAN Wu: Qx I-XX K A E fl ex. .B . . A Juhn c. Eckerl,xjSll-"ng, H wmizip-y A. Rockel, '31 Ravmond E. FnixN33 ' ' fa 'xr-UM Dnul Rnppanner, Jr., '31 cf-in-ge N. Kibler: ,as S, ffm Henry smnh, -ao Nelson B. MacLeod, '31 Kenneth W. Viltetoe, '33 Clements Zinck, '30 PLEDGES Frank Cmnerford, '32 Lee E. Filch, '34 Wilton Mergler, '32 Sherman Sperry, '32 0 If CN , ff x 2' 3 9 0 'W C 0 W E 01 Xu in WP QQ .Syn .fvgyb X1 wenne QnnnQQnNnifanIimf4 X 1 . ,nfl ww rx'-. 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Dt-Bus Margaret Miller KAPPA DELTA Ruth Crippen Mary Bierne KAPPA ALPHA THETA Dorothy Chambers Mary Louise Harder CHI OMEGA Jean Foster Angelese Hays MEMBERS DELTA ZETA Dorothy Caldwell Dorothy Keating THETA PHI ALPHA Mnrinn McMillan Florence Sudhotl' ALPHA CHI OMEGA Martha Davies Jane Harshbarger ZETA TAU ALPHA Janet Meyer Catherine Grimm Ugg! I, I Q UQQXJ 9 Txssociation . . . .President . . . .Secretary . . . . .Treasurer ALPHA GAMMANDELTA Helen Shook Ruth Thede SIGMA DELTA TAU Ruth Englnnder Rose Harburger DELTA PHI EPSILON Estelle Tavel Hanna Grad PHI SIGMA SIGMA Dorothy Salnshin Beryl Ullman KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ALPHA DELTA THETA PHI DELTA Edith Wehman Mildred Houghton Louise Reszke Virginia Mossman Kathleen Sees Alice Johnson ALPHA OMICRON PI Frances Yost Vera Hesterbcrg PI ALPHA TAU Esther Glueck Rose Woliver :YET .Qagf If . :zz 'Eff H H 394 '. 'Z 27? E'EQ 5' 5' ,531 mi 9' " ZZ, VI. ' ... 3. EE: -1 .V ' .,.. 3923 L25 - ' Q zo: , , V ':: . 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Dellus I n 1X fu fvfv-f f .gay E T ""' "M ' -Gi 1, Kffv life' rg 33 1 Www . 1 X XJ 3 Q 1 ey' 10 rw 3 ,. -,.----,.S,g,3fJ 6 4 ., i l i' 0 Della Della Della N f ' ' Founded at Boston University, 1888 0 75 Chapters ZETA CI-IAP'l'Ell, established 1892 ,, , , f X,-Q MLMBERS IN 1 ACULTX 7:-X A f Miss Com Mn' Box Miss RUTH SORGEL KJ X N1 ACTIVE MEMBERS t Esther Ayers, '31 Margaret Miller, '31 ,N fn Mabel Bonifield, '29 Gertrude Owen, '32 K Betty Bookman, '32 Margaret Recd, '31 N ' K Martha DcBus, '32 Virginia Reynnlds, '31 X Mary Elizabeth DeBus, '31 Blanche Rule, '30 Helen Gregory, '30 Jane Saunders, '30 Edith Johnston, '30 Margery Stegner. '31 Gertrude Louise Keller, '31 Emily Stowitts, '31 , Virginia Layer, '31 Virginia Willis, '32 Q 1 Nnncyc Lee Lovell, '32 Mary Wilson, '32 0 W f ol 'N F X f 'ht gf' -E 3 MAE' T-1 f ff' ', -. , . ' I Fa-X 5. j BA l 1 ' . ' 1 ' 1' 31,5 i" -Es, fl-as n ' ' if re Q - J' 1 ' , A kg, 3 W A W "" -J Q... X K W . I W' . :.. , ,-,h, . 43 -. 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FRANK PALMER F ACTIVE MEMBERS P X Louise Apking, '32 .lainie Moore, '32 fl X Mary Bcirne, '30 Juliet Moore, '30 Edna Brown, '30 Peggy .lnne Moore, '31 Sarah Bell Brown, '30 Ruth Oexnzan, '31 ' Gladys Buchanan, '32 Eliza Peltis, '31 Mary Lou Collom, '31 Carolyn Ragland, '32 'N Ruth Crippen, '30 Heltie Gene Schneider, '30 X Margaret Ervin. '32 Dorothy Smith, '31 X Clover Hoy, '32 Esther Lnkcns, '32 Betty Moz.-ser, '32 Marian Storey, '30 .lean Valcntiner, '32 Evelyn Yockey, '32 PLEDGES Thelma Hoinke, '32 Kntherinc Kipp, '32 Helen Dean, '31 Ida I-Ioinke, '32 Ink:-ns Petlls Moore M Oexman Brown S Smith llnrhnnan Nloorc J Mocser Xockey Rnglnnd Hoi 1 l 4 l AX 1 ,XX X Storey Crlppen Belrne I Drown, E. Mum-e,,P.. Schneider 7 if I 1 - . - ' I , ' 276 N in I X 1 1 ill Simone QQNQQNNMGQNWQEQ l 'N fii ffl a 'Q rg, Y 1 4 V,-xo J L f .V - V Y- , k Xcf oy og, ifkfge xfmf- f o fra X we Ti' ' 0 V i Sgfj 4 it 'DQ' fi. C N- -- do -N -K R - se- he C -f 'FK appa Hlpba Obeta i 'L . N K ' Founded at DePauw University, 1870 0 58 Chapters ALPHA TAU CHAPTER, Established 1913 I 'N MEMBER IN FACULTY ' f,':4 Mns.Slan.u. 25 f XX fl X I X ACTIVE MEMBERS ?,A f Elsa Bachman, '31 Ruth Cunningham, '31 f 1 Q , Rosalie Ballantyne, '31 Mary Louise Harder, '31 I Catherine Bayles, '32 Dorothy Hoffman, '32 'L N Mary Beresford, '32 Florence Kirkpatrick, '31 X ,f I, Marjorie Bowen. '32 Catherine Reedy, '30 X ' ' xv Morton Brown, '32 Dorothy Runck, '32 X X i Ruth Cnrolhers, '30 Betty Strauss, '30 Dorothy Chnxnbers, '31 Marjorie Thompson, '31 Mildred Clemons, '30 Mary Lnnise Wuest, '30 I PLEDGES o ' O 0 f. Emily Fisher, '33 Mary Holzman, '32 ,N N 7 ff? 2 , , If I, if 31? 1 K 3 . . 'Q ' e T. ' 'Ol g ,X ,H 33 a 'i , za ' J ' ' ' 1 P ' L . 1 K ,I H - ,ji M, 1 X .. , 4 2 ox , tr an ' - ,. X L- , N sv . 4' ' ' 'f , ' , M ' l ' - L: - K V l V .' . A X ' f . A i s f, ,IH M T ' N a I v ' 1 '3 i 64 X, 2 i T - A T 4 i I 1 J ' z . 5 ' ' V1 Qaez- . ,V L C V Q . it 1 1 1 Fx N cm-mum smmss woes: llnllnntyne cmannm Clemons f fi. fl Thompson cunningham imma- Kirkpatrick neeay ammo-n ,W 7 X Rnnck Brown linlfmun llowrn Fisher Beresford 4 XX' 'i nk ' fu X o H s e as W so W o , 'sr Li ,1 I ff Q ,fin Q Q G Half, x f Lf -- --- ef . -'-f f 'VVS-7 A -- ' M H 5 A . KG' 5 ,if"NF' uf 9' 2 1 A H o f 1 X o Chi Omega 1 X f 1 x Founded at University of Arkansas, 1895 I 87 Chapters 0 P1 ALPHA CHAP1'Eu, Established 1913 MEMBERS IN FACULTY 3 Nlau. ATKINS Ros.xMoNDn Cool: i fx Mus. H. LYNNE BARBER ELIZABETH Drnn ,- '4 X f i fl, X ACTIVE MEMBERS si Helen Alexander, '30 Angelese Hays, '30 1 Louella Barnes, '30 Florence Holden, '33 Gretchen Berghausen, '31 Mary Ella Kuntz, '31 f' Lucille Colling, '31 Ellen Peters, '32 X K Mildred Curdes, '31 Ruth Peters, '31 X I , Mabel Davenport, '30 Dorothy Poe, '32 tx Margaret Dickerson, '31 Lucille Puckett, '32 , 4 Jean Foster, '30 Helen Roemer, '31 Maurine Fuson, '32 Marybelle Shriner, '31 Janet Goosman, '32 Hester Slreit, '32 Polly Graham, '31 Carla Tackenberg. '31 Q 0 Margairet White, '32 0 K' 1 'X 1' X f ' ' 1 I i A w ' 1 ' N D A 1 C ,i I' ' . X , 1 7' X, 1 , A 4' , :J . , V 1 l Q ,..,V , V YY V V , ,, -i . , V W A 'S Berglmnsen Alexander Tnclcenln-rg Foster Hays llurnes Cnrdes W A N White Colllng Fuson Iloemer Shrlner Dickerson lhmtz f 7 I Poe Holden Stn-tt Puckett Gnoslnnn Peters Grulxam 1 Y . 2 Y his J' in e t Q 4-zfvxmj' . - M ,-N., . X I 6'v QZoQ W5 X bil V reg? -34,4 6 UQ J s K X o 9 Tlfappo. Tlfappa Gamma - N f 1 X 1 0 Founded at Monmouth College, 1870 BETA R1-10 Cnfufrnn, Established 1914 , f -4 r- X f K' X I ACTIVE MEMBERS Lenore Banker, '32 Vera Heidi, '31 Jean Bolsinger, '31 Jean Johns, '30 1,- Helen Breese, '31 Virginia Mossman, '32 -X Betty Cook, '30 Grace Nagel, '32 N K Eleanor Douglass, '31 Edith Schott, '31 f' Mildred Eiehert, '31 Polly Scudder, '32 X 1 Janet Gebhnrdt, '32 Marjorie Guethlein, '32 Agnes Hales, '32 Virginia Thornell, '32 Edith Wchluann, 'O Elizabeth Wiebking, '31 Clara Louise Zinke, '30 Q 'N 5 ix fm a 1' KO91 E14 X Johns Zlnke Wk-bklng Wehmann Elcherl Mossmnn Cook 7 , Scndder Thornell Douglas Bi-eese Gebhardl llolsinger Nagel Y X X 1X 279 1 X , Y'-Peewee GDNQGNNGQFGQNESSQP? fp fr- smog ws sr-isgx O L,-Eg, 'b'vQi o K X 4 0 .Delta Zeta .' G Founded nl Miami Universily, 1902 52 Chapters X X1 Crmvrizn. Established 1916 F ' f-x -4 n- N f LS K! X X K' X ACTIVE MEMBERS f Jenn Bnnge, '32 Ruth Granger, '31 ' f" Dorothy Caldwell, '31 Dorothy Keating, '30 'N K Judith Cooper, '30 Virginia Morse, '31 N , Maryann Ernst. '32 Dorothy Nichols, '30 'lf Virginia Ernst, '31 Grace Nichols, '31 X xf Virginia Foy, '31 Vera Nulsen, '31 Dorothy Granger, '30 Virginia Smith, '32 Elizabeth YVuest, '31 K' 'N 'axe ' 4 - , r 3 W oss 3 W3 rw N5 ,, Je, k Q L . In 1 W V V .. to' i G foe I . Y 4 h G G G 1, l I FR X - n G x c IT-V D E I R orurrwio E :YYY In-.ning ,F I s ml xx z wi Bange M r G xi n ls Caldwell I 1 IFEX! 280 X u 0 9 2 0 a 'J 9 Kwong QBNQ0NNGhTGQNMLi?3'ff wwf XV-fxfi 'Dwf ii X9 2 W-'xcf' K-I-Nw 'ff fi f ,KX T sieo'-Q eg if 'ge loaf' xx ........... -. L1 W.---A.. me -::if ,, -Z I s K X o ' 'T l' 3 0 Obeta ,Ubi ,Alpha A0 I V v '-'r I w XJ f Founded at the University of Michigan, 1912 EPSILON CHAPTER, Established 1916 W F f . fi 2 , rx , f X-x ACTIVE MEMBERS Z1 X , Helen Ahlers, '31 Katherine Heckle, '31 F! K Rosemary Beckman, '32 Ruth Layne, '30 X Aileen Beirne, '30 Marion McMillan, '30 I Adele Berger, '32 Mary Elizabeth Newell, -2- 'A Helen Conway, '32 Louise Nuxoll, '32 X f Virginia Curry, '31 ' Dorothy Rutterer, '30 I i Alice Densy, '32 Ruth Sewers, '31 F o 3 0 N 'on I ,fl mga Wx Elizabeth Deverenux, '31 Francis Durbin, '32 Carola Freericks, '30 Frances Gnu, '31 Adeline Gorno, '32 Florence Sudhoif, '30 Elsa Trefzger, '32 Gertrude Betz, '30 Dorothea Mchlillan, '32 Ann Eugen, '32 A X N - , , 7- . ,, in f J l C 1 K I Q 1 y I N ' Lnylll' lielrne Sudlloll' Ihltlcrvr B011 M. Melllllun Conway Berger Newell Sewers Dovorcnux Freericks McMillan Trefsgrr Eugen Durbin Gorno Dcnsy 1 Ng 281 ff K F ,ax ,, A .ZOB L Kfwfyfune Qsrielwmriflewmvff "7f"'X-7' E F 2 - L u x CS Wang' k 0 O ' 7,359 ,f U DQ J 5 K X 0 1 ' O 1 ,Alpha Cfbi mega E 1 v X f , N Founded at DePauw University, 1885 I 52 Chapters ALPHA DELTA CHM-Tan, Established 1919 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mus. Ci-mis-msn Dum-I Mas. HELEN Nomus Moons ' Q ACTIVE MEMBERS P f Margaret Alice Blair, '31 Louise Kennedy, '30 ,..1 5 Alice Boyle, '32 Mary Edith Krieger, '32 E Arlene B1-wer, '31 Myra zwmxnel-, '31 3' Martha Davies, '31 Ruth Messerschmidt, '32 ' Mary Elizabeth Davies, '30 Wyllnbeth Moore, '31 , f. Julia Floto, '30 Marcella Miller, '30 -X Isabelle Garties, '32 Clara Ott, '32 K Jane Harshbarger, '31 Margaret Ross, '31 K X 1 ," Herminc Harte, '31 Gladys Rumplcr, '30 X f Elizabeth Herrnstein, '30 Margaret Schiele, '30 , ' Pinny Hobbs, '30 Kathryn Townsley, '32 Jean Weningcr, '32 PLEDGES o fs 0 Jane Bertenshaw, '32 Virginia Geist, '32 . 'N ,F X Y Y ,Y f ll , 1 . K iyt ' fag ' X V ,.., ,. 1 . .. 1 ,. .. .. ,. ., 1 S5 Kennedy Rumpler nm-ze Flow llnvles :mms salma in-rmsneln N Messerscllmidt Hnrshburger Davies Boyle Ross llreuer Maxner Miller Bertellilunx NX eninflex Fm Iles 'l ow nslex 0 Crist Xloore In-leger f Qafaaa Qlaelaataflanawfl :af"w7 f ' G l K-fK'XS5' af ' QD3QV'0 " an C P U, 1 My . 11, 24,1 6 UA J, 0 Zeta Oau 'llpba - N f ' Founded at Virginia State Normal School, 1898 O ALPHA ETA Ct-I.xP'rEn, Established 1921 , fi P t S 1 f S ACTIVE MEMBERS X 1 Ruth Abbihl, '32 Janet Meyer, '31 Janet Ambach, '30 Edith Otte, '31 Irene Arend, '30 Virginia Owens, '32 ' f' Dorothy Fink, '31 Catherine Rewwer, '32 1 K Mildred Fink, '31 Miriam Rollman, '32 X , Mary Gillette, '30 Mildred Rose, '32 f Catherine Grinnn, '32 Christine Schorr, '32 X Myrrl Harrison, '31 Ruth Vinton Smith, '30 Virginia List, '30 Ruth Staley, '32 Martha Livingston, '31 Dorothy Steves, '33 Edna Marting, '32 Gwendolyn Westergnrdc. '31 6 fx 'N N 2- f l l - t I ' 21 t' 1 ig - .Y , . . , 1 I , - 3 5 ,i g 29 3, 15,9 1. ,, s 5" - it "' J? 'gl , ff' A , W 1,1 ' ' , - t , , ff.-,. 'W Q ,rf f! :I V r x t . E a ' I I 4 Z 915 l. f? ,. 1 A 54, , 1 N r" Q ' l, ' A V. f- lei " fi. - 'ml 1 , t s . 'ga ' h x , 'ix in f t ., 'Y 1 X ' 4' ART' , f ' 5 "5 'ai .fe ' ' .f 5 b QL , , , X stnnn .-xmbaen Art-mt Harmon Mt-yt-r anime Lm Q X nntrnng Fink, xl. one Grimm Fink, n. sunny Lxvxngsum f 'IK , XVL-stergnrdr Schorl' llnse Hallman Abhlhl Itewwer Owens XQ K Y 283 . X i gk, J , 1 U Ir, Q 'D in , Q 3 if ' 'THQ Q0 NQQNWQEQGW QLFQFQ X l Y, W , P H Y X A J" 1 ?wyllQ3 Qwll Rikefiiq X 0 3 4, 7 ,. . with Q 9 Agia 3 at Lei 51,919 4 7 , 6 ff X 0 l if ' Alpha ella Obcta 0 56316 to Ulfl1lflnQ'3 1 ' fe x f ' . K Founded at Transylvania College, 1919 I ' 18 Chapters GAMMA Culwrian, Established 1923 l MEMBER lN FACULTY Enmxonn C. NIl'l'liRT f VH ACTIVE MEMBERS ra' ,,-X Betsy Burns, '32 Evelyn Plohr, '31 LX 't Fannie Burns, '30 Anne Rust, '31 P f XS Margaret De Camp, '31 Marian Schmidt, '30 rf X A 'Y Dorothy De Ruyter, '31 Laura Schoepllin, '30 f 1 ' Ida Dickxneier, '31 Verna Schumacher, '31 Eva Everett, '30 Kathleen Sees, '31 Mildred Houghton, '30 Pauline Shoenlaub. '32 -A Eleanor Knoechel, '31 Grace Standley, '30 -X ff Mildred Lmnmers, '30 Betty Lou Stevenson, '30 N I I W Henrietta Linger, '32 Neva Wiekerham, '33 , , Edith McCandles, '32 Catherine Wozeneraft, '30 X I A Elizabeth Moesta, '31 Helen Wurster, '31 PLEDGES 0 Rose Mary Clark, '33 Wilma Kenneweg, '32 Q 0 Mildred Gicringer, '32 Ruth Stoceklin, '32 J Ruth Hunter, '32 Lucille Wadsworth, '32 0 xA 9 'N 1 1 N gx,A - f t KS X ' J " Q ff ' R X5 ' , ' 'W - ' , -if . lf ti l "ir ' +4 249 1 to 3 4 3 - of N 1 99 4' f 'f . . t C 1 1 f .4 K W 1 . ft 4 r ff' V W if ' ,1-"I 1 W - 1' 1 2+-Is"5fl ss, F J K ! I, 'Ai I f 1 1 'K ' V : 13" T. Jr. J-TW f l , '51 lj W - xgffrk ' ' ,l , 'it .- . - ' ' 9 K. 9 , ,A .5 L at V, 'fax 3 " 1 1' A Q 3 -Q W 5 . gg X 1 ' 1 , , ' Y J , J on V, f' Q., ,Q 'A f V san-uley scimpnm Em-on Y ,BX rn I linoeehel Wurster Deltuyter fl.hltler Hunter Kenneweg NVozenernl't Houghton Lnnnnera Stevenson DeCamp Dlckmeler Sees Schumacher Burns Rust Moesta Clark Glerlnger Burns Q 4 Schmidt f ,X it get ,J 1 to 3- g fgtw Qixgigfghg QB NQQNNGHT feat? we 'V ,geese .. 0 fi M-- ...E if 0 'Alpha 6amma'iDelta f xf If Founded al Syracuse University, 190-I 0 40 Chaplers Al.Pu.x GAMMA CIIAPTEII, Eslahlished 1923 N fir v- 1 f XS fl 'K , E ACTIVE MEMBERS K W Ruth Alexander, '31 .lane Bump, '31 V Lola Emerson, '30 Ruth Schmidt, '31 A x Virginia Ebert Helen Shook, '30 K I, Virginia Camden Goslin, '30 Katherine Slewnrl, '32 ' X' Emily Hess, '30 Ruth Thede, '31 X - VJ Irnm Honebrink, '31 Louise Txvachtman, '30 X F1 X Marjorie James, '32 Mary Frances Vamlermark. '32 1 0 Mala Knorr, '30 Audrey Van Pell, '32 I i Ruth Lucders, '31 Miriam Walker, '30 Elizabeth Meyer, '32 Nuidn Winter, '30 Q Elsie Phillips, '32 Alice White, '32 9 fi 1 3 mx 1 c ,M , cc f l v X f-+, ' -l N ' Z! li lk ,A l , 1 O9 1 '01 l 'N rl v i 3 l 4 ,ZX N me Qlefdlrirffrlew new f - --gypsq.-.f - 1 A 2 ' ' fra Wlnler Eherl Knorr Shook Twnclxlmnn Emerson XYulker f . Iluxnp Hess Alexander Sclunlcll Thede llvnehrlnk Lncders I While Slewnrl Jnmes Meyer X'nnmlerMnrk Phllllps Yun Pell K - 1 WW? WWQ3 'M 53' 6 VQQQIQQ rely ,sfuaj W X o if 9 Sigma 'Eelke Dau -. N K f t 1 Founded at Cornell University, 1917 Q 1-I Chapters EPsn.oN CHAPTER, Established 1922 i Q4 v- N X f XS K xl ACTIVE MEMBERS Charlotte Adler, '32 Ruse Harburger, '30 Gladys Bowman, '31 Elsie Lovitch, '32 " Eunice Cohen, '31 Ruth Marx, '31 -x ff Ruth Englander, '32 Elsa Pushiu, '32 X ' , Mnrgorie Faller, '31 Irma Pushin, '31 Miriam Frankenstein, '31 .lean Ruskin, '32 X Dorothy Goldsmith, '31 Marian Sehonbrun, '32 ' ' Miriam Goldsmith, '32 Elizabeth Strauss, '32 9 Juanita Valin K. 9 W 1 2 1 2 2 A2 1 X X ffl i Q i .' I ' K v 'f Z, 'J i fa -3 f :rs 1 a J? A 1 , , .u ,V , X , 9 f ' l ,r , I fl 'Y i ia 3 A Y wg 2 at 3 1 ' .e Q, . li ' .4 W 1 4 1 ' .u ' gre - IA V 1 V V V I ,X 1 X u 4 ll m B cm 1 H u g M F ner aa. Pushtu f 7 I M C ll ultl v u sn England au kl r it 1 l 1. mismn Y 'X zae ' jj Qc WD Q g V 1 l f 'wfsf ' ff C fer vfxvf 7-we , . , I, A i' g Orianon v xx f , Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1930 3 Chapters ' '1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY b- f M1ss Josapmus SIMRALL Miss Mmum URBAN KJ X ACTIVE MEMBERS . f' Ruth Betts Marian Mcwhorker 'x f Esther Cowen Iva Navarra N If Rowena Evans Viola Payten f ' Edith Face Ethel Roaming - X J ' Shirley Goldberg Irma Weaver ' Marjorie Ann Heister Marian Young Patricia Hoffman ' Martha Cox V Grace Hughes Ruth Wilson O 0 Margaret Wolf 0 f' l 'x I 5 . I ll m 1 t i M t N X it 1 fb i l . I X NVQ-aver Hugh s Cowen Bums Young f 7 I cox un n l-ac B us P xton Hoffman ' i 1X za? J Q CW? QB QGCW wgezifsfmeeeec, ' .. -.gifix 0 1' 0 W K 1 A X Founded at New York University, 1917 I 0 Delta Tl bi 'Epsilon .KK X 18 Chapters 9 MU emma, Established 1926 I MEMBER IN FACULTY Nlssl-Lx IsAAcs 7-34 P- Miriaxn Atlns, '28 Roselyn XVolf, '29 f XX ACTIVE MEMBERS f' X Mary Baeffsky, '30 Virginia Bluestcin. '31 Sylvia Chalilt, '28 Eva Bloom Gutman, '28 Mildred Gutmun Levin, '28 Selma Chnlift' Wcidcrsheim fm Helen Friedman, '29 Betty Lovitch Klnymun, '28 1 'X f Hannah Grad, '31 Fannie stellar, '26 X ' Ruth Kullcr, '28 Blanche Lovitch, '29 X N Rose Munich, '29 Sarita Messer, '28 i 1 , Etta Michelson, '28 Martha Pichel, '29 Mildred Touff, '30 Elizabeth Scholnick, '28 Bernyce Tnvel, '32 Molly Wilson, '29 Estelle Tnvel, '33 Etta Rnmmclsburg. '32 N 0 Reva Tennenbaum, '31 Rosalind Kahn, '32 0 Helen Widc-s. '30 Rosalie Shapiro, '32 F 9 W N f 11 4, . , I E 99 C P ' 1 N Y Al 'Ut V I 52 fA Tavel Friedman wolf cn-ml 'rf-nur f K 7 T mum Tennenhmm. nluesn-in 'rmtrr 'nn-ei Shapiro i ag f' 'D kagaaiette QDlN'7Qf15N'7bYfCQH,7TGG'Dt'Tnffieff'ff 'WEE QEEYfEEx f---,-v- rw wif X 'Q 0 0 t Thi Sigma Sigma EN 'E 1 Founded at the Hunter College, 1913 E 18 Chapters V fi! Lnmm Clin-fran, Established 1926 f A . f N ACTIVE MEMBERS I Fl Bernstein, '32 B Ile Hurwitz, '31 4' H I e Eichhorn, '30 Pessa Pclasky, '31 K' C therine Brown Goldsmith, '30 Dorothy Saloshin, '32 , ,J H len Grad, '30 Beryl Ullnmnn, '32 N R th Greenwald, '33 Bernice Weiss, '30 5 NI I. anne Heyn, '31 I e NVQ-iss, '32 1 Q. Hx? 29' K, K 1 , , f P' K' X 7' 'X N x .A O 'N f ' i 1 VJ f' Ml We E IEEE! E tE wsEwE F ' --E .h the ff ' QXQSQSQW- we A E fe - Q8QFQf5NMQTFGGQN,wA?V 1-Vvxgj' . Us 3 'QZNYQ K ' 4 ragga Q U0 B K 90 . - L. , , . 24,1 UQ J 1 N 6 ' 0 O i' l JJ bi Delta Founded at New York State College, 1918 0 5 Chnpters EPsn,oN CHAr'mn, Established 1927 b fi r- fl xx ACTIVE MEMBERS E Lorraine Bratiish, '31 Selina F. Hermann, '30 M Helen Marie Carter, '32 Alice L. Johnson, '31 Ida S. Dcehow, '30 Gertrude Kihni, '32 f- Marguerite E. Dettnier, '32 Marie Lewing, '31 f Sophia E. Donovan, '31 Eunice M. Mcakin. '31 I Martha Dudley, '31 Mnry Olgn Probst, '33 Mary L. Fngin, '32 Louise Reske, '31 Violet Fenner, '31 Octavia R. Spencer, '31 Agnes C. lleliner, '33 Helen L. Tullis, '31 0 K' 'N ee 1 ' 'fel :no 5 1 1 Y .s 'f B.. x ,g I ...t . f at , 95 I .. 1 f 1 1 A I 5691 s K , 4 W 'X Dc-chow Tullls Reszke Hernmnn Spencer Menkln K' N Donovan Fenner Johnson Brulllsh Dudley Lewlngz A 7 f Fngln In-obs: Cnrter lilhni In-Inner llelmer rl, .1 X 290 f 1 1 1 wfiiiiiilme osefQQNNcf1ifa'cfamfQiie2??V A N I0 X gi- Q2 Qsffwd iq 9 I 4 0 Jail X 9 Ili lxlpba Eau TX lf' Founded t Hmler College, 1918 0 10 Chapters ETA CHAPTER, Established 1929 , C4 4 ,. xmxmsns xx FACUI TY A is B T f ? -XCTIVE 'SIEXIBERS Q f' r 1 A ll' 3 s d J b 2l x Xl n Brant 3 II th L Z8 - Enlilfrbfgll? '32 3 edu, sg kl as gsm: Gluccli, Q31 T b :IPI a 31 0 ymon 2 R fx 72 l 1 Q if T Q ws f ff 0 ll . ' A ' 51' 1 , T 59 ' T T V901 l T ' A ,FP T fm T J 'X 291 fa K Uggfxu " 1'-- ll --T -T pf, XWQUQQ QDNQQNNQTGFNXBJX -. V - - - - A , - , f if7 P - -Q' W,,Lj "' ' Q S1-H. N, z A X QNXY. ff?'4QfW 'fr 493 6 , Q 75-LQEQD - ,.-,.-,-,, ff! ,QW rj H 'K 1 t hx? X o 52 Q Gbeta T131 , 1 F if . ' ' X ai: f W 9 1 f , 0 Founded nt the University of Cincinnati, 1025 N 1 Chapter 1 w A ,E Q f xx ACTIVE MEMBERS KJ 1 Vivian Adnir, '32 l-Iorlense Hardy, '33 N Thelma Armstrong, '32 Eleanor Hatton, '31 K Dorothca Blunn-, '32 Dorothy Rocssner, '30 1 N Erva Cuslnnan, '32 Miriam Rothenberg, '29 ,. X Dorothy Denick, '29 Virginia Roush, '32 -X If , Katherim- Etzcl, '31 Betty Sayers, '30 X X XM Emily Fcrger, '31 Ruth Sippel, '31 X F ' Dorothy Garb , '29 D th ' St , '32 5 ' fl Rose G1llIld, 'Ig' ISI:-'gmrfe Sttllrrili, '32 X 5 i q H4-len Wing:-rbcrg. '20 1A f . N5 0 9 f 1 xt X X 1 - X ' iii , f-ff l A. -WP , Y tif. 4 . , ' A 4 1, , QW- x , af 1 5 1 fi 'Q L l ,as i l 1' J! .' 1 3 'X o Q n 1 LOG! 1 ,gf A 2 ' ol H!! 3 X5-ii-y : ,K Qin 'fi D Tk rber Cushman Snycrs llu nm- X ' ,IX N sim 1 r nm F1-mr :muon ian 1 rx- , y 5 in su x 1 iz H I si n 1 i XQ If ' 1 N I . .sy X' 292 5 'A ,1'?q,?""K -f - 'if f rf?--f 'W 'Z W 'W " 'Q f .35 ' , 3 3307 tj Qin G2 QD NQQNMQKGWT V 'fgkibfif-f'y' fa ,D .,,, 1' ,493--if Iii? rsiiiv 17037 'i " mn" Q61 rxirpi-1--ffafq 1' fall, f 4 if1TjQif9f5QT,Z5 is so snos If X . -A 2 FW? 1 'Q 9 I ffxlpba Omicronafli 0 I ii 1 1 1 B7 , X 2:"75l". f 't X S FAT- I ' nailz? 1 Q Founded at Barnard College, 1897 V E X . 30 Chapters , .5 1 YN T1-nam ETA C1-1.11-rlen, Established 1929 F fi V f-x fx N x -4 :- -A fl, X w MEMBERS IN FACULTY fff X Kg Mun' Rows Moons JIMMIE HUGHES 1 l ,f ACTIVE MEMBERS ,. XA ff Mary Virginia Bruce Vera Hcstcrbcrg X I xv Pauline Canicl Clark Mnrioric Clnre Hollcnbcrg X V 1 .Ruby Althu Dot-nch Edith Mm: Krunune N Q f Dorothy Catherine Dorsey Evelyn Kesler l XA Nclle Fitzsimmons Lelia Catherine Johnson 1 1 Marielnne Forbus Virginin Nolloth i 0 Aimey M. Hohnr Hope Johnson Ticmeycr o N if Francis Elizabeth Yost hr 0 0 ' 'A 0 0 N NN f I fr N lm E or f .fw d Q r 1 in Q F.,-3 . ' 5 K ? L J 9 Y 1. ' 'k S KF " li S 1 1 4 1 -1' 1 1 J, f ' ,Q . f iff ., .A 1 ! i- 1 ' . A 6 1 N K , I ,V .I It , . L ,Qt ,- ,Xl A V . 3 . , 1 if . i 1 . V 4 , ' 5 ' I I ' Vs U 'elf 1 X f' K lb ' ll 1 11 11 111 11 1 c111111 1- 11 x 1 1111 1 Ap pl N n 1 n x 1111 11-111 .1 11 ll ll 1 1: n . 1 Q ,Y ' I 1 Q. , 11 293 V Qmwgxs E so 1,1 - ,EAW 1 -1 N1 - A-. ,fi 1 Q63 i-1,115 L Q Q ff N44 ,fix rs M xl ix , is L9 Wie? G L1 L so ,,,1 ,. , ,C ss- f 1' ,xr ' V ' ,- X II Il 9 km- A KW f.w V I x ff ' -Edal-lv . poke, 5 n 3 V I V o N ' 5, W 1 K ig , Q AAG So' mx K n , Wigzfwggfgmgg U M QBNQQNNQQQNMQXQ og f?gjfmfmQ3QS52H . six G 0 K X 5. iiksg , 'N -E W f- ' 1, w x fi 3,6 ' if - xlA!k!x A , use J K , . E 4- 2 1 , Ajlrofessional 4 GOI ' Traternilies 6 ' If If ff gm ug' D X,-Wwfzmg QQNQQNNGSQKQQNNMY , ,xi--f, P ,. . 1' 70 "A '- -'ax w Tj,.-- '--,Q--. X 3 5 K! 3' , ff 1 V,.' . .ao fe - , dfiexvsf 1 Q07 ggi .. .. -.g ,,.., fling CACQJ? 5 iq ' ix, 1 0 gf Xi 0 B A . Qi, Blu Sigma Blu , Q o is f f X f ' X Pnolfrzssioxsi. MEDICAL FnA'rEnNl'rx' f f Founded at the University of Michigan, 1882 37 Chapters , I 9 LOCAL Cufuvrlait, Established 1892 H , ACTIVE MEMBERS , ' Starr M. Ford, '30 Howard D. Fabing, '31 Carl Hammcrstrom, '32 y L Harry L. Fry, '30 Victor H. Haas, '31 Gaston Hannah, '32 ,ZY , John F. Taggart, '30 A. Roger James, '31 Raymond Hilsinger, '32 f, fy he Clyde W. Berry, '31 Chas. Keefer, '31 Glover T. Keen, '32 M Stanley Burkhardt, '31 Chas. Schooltleld, '31 Ed. J. McGrath, '32 if f , John Cronin, '31 Robt. Tapke, '31 Donald R. Nelson, '32 , Daniel E. Earley, '31 Clay Beckley, '32 Nelson A. Ryan, '32 I ' Robt. B. Ellison, '31 Wm. Chambers, '32 Arthur Sehultz, '32 ,'- -X ff PLEDGES V X iw ' vw Chas. Allison, '33 Kermit T. Johnstone, '33 Nathaniel Schneider, '33 f X 'I , ff Harold Bird, '33 Karl J. Kraus, '33 Gerald T. Schwartz, '33 ' 1 Q f Lester Bossert, '33 Howard J. Ostermnn, '33 Houston W. Shaw, '33 I I Ralph B. Cunningham, '33 Brownley H. Perkins, '33 Clifford S. Smith, '33 1 V fx Franeis C. Habcrmzm, '33 Curl E. Roush, '33 Clyde J. Stnlford, '33 o iff Wm. J. Hartlage, '33 Wm. C. Selnnidter, Jr., '33 Fred Swing, '33 Q1 Jack Courtney, '33 James A. Ulmer, '33 1-- 'N , XNQQ 0 K , NN I ,, ,, . W W. .. . 17st ffl Avi . 1 f 1 xi-"3 Sl' 1 'H - ini V' .ia 1 ze, it 2 .1 a ,fi 3 as .2 , f QE l 1 fi if W 1 K 3 6 if 4 I , Q v A 1 1 i ' J 3 J V f ffl , l , 1 . me il fm. 4 ii ,, V In K Q .. 3 4... 2- , , l i. 1, ' Iv f ,lm pJx V ' . :i nt H I z A as . r , 5 H 1 at Q W,-2 2 2 f 1 1 so y 'fp 1, 1 N 1, . I V vi j R 61 J 3 I ' ' o i 1 i 7. y ,-,Mn ' A A 3 X X many Taggart Falling sq-hoolaeid Elllxon Fry f if 4 Hainmerstrom Keen Taplw Reekley Hannah llerry Schultz Y 7 'fl rg Schmldter Shaw Bossert Starr Htlslnger Ryan Cronin W X as Y ,1,.,,W,..,--- ..T .- ,..1T - - - -74+-4 fs' Y T' K X-f is syn M 'L ' J f' L . We by QB Q G16 35499 f Kal-P ffwy ff ew M 'KW ' U! L? Omega Mpsilonfilbi If T P M F V F d I fic fB If 96 Q N f nxw ff X I , B c Enblldwou H CU S DG D Wm Xr v 5 , x 0 I 0 'N fx 91, ke ' XX A ,. f- X 553:11 1 , , . . , HQ.: .Emil 1"gf'fQi-jj.Q'jg,Q,. QW 1 ' , N fd , 99 ' EQ ri if 'f I - M , A, H ' f K 1 , . ... 4 4 , . 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Fmrt-:nNlTx' Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 56 Chapters Omcaon Cnrufruu, Established 1901 ' ACTIVE MEMBERS fx Clements Air, '31 Richard Hicstand, '30 William Sannes, '30 '4 Daniel Brickley, '31 Charles Hinsehe '32 Thomas Sharkey, '30 P' X f Richard Bryant, '32 Carey Inskeep, '31 James Sherman, '30 5 Clifford Burbank, '32 Herbert Kendell, '32 Neill Shroder, '32 Richard Cragg, '30 John Kobes, '32 Loren Siefferman, '30 John Cronin, '32 Harvey McCandless, '32 Frederick Swartz, '31 Dalton Deeds, '31 Jasper McClure, '30 Edward Thomas, '30 Ralph Eddy, '31 Paul Merrell, '30 Richard Tyler, '31 Phillip Elliot, '32 Ralph Miller, '32 John Walker, '30 f' Thomas Folsom, '32 Charles Moore, '32 Stuart Watson, '30 'N f Jack George, '32 John Price, '30 Ashton Welch, '30 X Stewart Hagen, '32 Earnest Rhoades, '32 Lloyd Wetherill, '30 ," John Harding, '32 Len Hiesenbeck, '31 John Whiteleather, '31 X , Edgar Hargett, '30 Carl Wolf, '32 , ' 1-Lizoolss Archibald Adams, '33 Robert Kohn, '33 Lewis Snyder, '33 Edward Bender, '33 Henry Koehler, '33 Lewis Stickley, '33 Douglas Deeds, '33 Burton Must, '33 James Toland, '33 Ford Eddy, '33 Charles Pfeiffer, '33 Richard Wenrick, '33 N Hubert Hathaway, '33 Frank Prather, '33 Berkely Zinn, '33 fs James Sehaal, '33 Il N K ll x , 1 , 1 Q 5 g l 'P 1519 ke . ' s 1 ' Q D ff Q f J 1 , 2 X W I ' ' - 35 l . 'Q Q .,t 'B 3 1 4:if,,.k 'vi YJ ' . '-I If if FY his ,fir a 0 'J .sr i., 1 . 3 gg T32 .P , if 7 ,. ' ll S, X is E.-5' .2-iv ' V na: lf X ' al V if K fl ly l l ll Y Xe- ' V f' 't ' l v FX 'X cr-nas Hurllelt xleclan- Prlee sim-man at-rrni f Sharkey Sunnes Slelferlmln Watson KW-lull Walker 'Fhnnias '70 Ilrynnt ni-man Edin- nom-e went.-rin la-ita-nina-k :cones ' 29 Q l Xffofaae onaolafaaifaawfeiff XQj5 j5iQ3QS'Q 6 , v f 3, f, f , 'jllbi T-Alpha 'Della PROFESSIONAL LAW F nxrnnxlrx' Founded at thc University of Chicago, 1902 SALMoN P. HONX'ARD C. S. Adams, '30 Albert Bauer, '30 William Bcrwanger, '31 Robert Brumbnugh, '31 Andrew Conroy, '30 Preston Gnrrison, '30 William Ammerman, '32 Charles Bonifield, '32 Morse Conroy, '32 David Eckert, '32 Kirk Gilllllen, '32 Pnul Grischy, '32 William Hammond, '32 52 Chapters CHASE CHAPTER, Established 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. Buns Ci-names XVEBER ACTIVE MEMBERS Frank Gusweiler, '30 Mclvillc Hayes, '30 Neal Hunter, '31 Frank Martin, '31 XVilham Meier, '30 Wm. Nieman, '30 James Nolan, '31 PLEDGES Kcnnclh Hnrdig, '32 William Hardy, '32 Robert Henderson, '31 Raymond Hilbert, '32 Glenn Holbrook. '32 George Pfam, '32 Frank Owens, '30 Ralph Pfziu, '31 Boone Riddig, '31 NValter Rvnn, '30 Marcus Shoup, '30 Stanley Vordcnberg, '30 Seymour Rumby, '32 Dave Shannon, '32 Arthur Sohn, '32 John Storrie, '32 Thomas Stueve, '32 William Ware. '32 .lohn Wilke, '32 f' . N f - 2222 1 , 2 , ,ee Ye, l ' me 'rg 1 1 ' 1 ' ." 1? ' if ' fF? ' f X f:-f' .. . , 'er R jf 1. 1 , . ',...' -. 4 'Q' ' -W '4:"3i?':. , .,.., 1gZ..... ,.., i,e:a..:.l..iQg ...l. 1,, ,f.Q.1. F Ei W W ff fl 'HH v . 'R' I at - ff if , - ,fi .i ' i ' .1 1. , , W A fit . 7 .Zi Y. ' ' ' 0 i if 17:1 . , L I,..I.,.!.,, QC? . z......5vZ,2... 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Q, .1 ' 1 ff Q"-'MJ K Q 1' ' ' ,w J I Q "' I b 1' 0 I 1 0. a 0. si A P PP Ll -. fr, K f Q X I yl N sig , L k PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING FRA'l'EllNI'l'Y n Founded al New York Univcrsity, 1901 1 A 51 Chapters - f N 1-:1-A can-ml, Esmblisxwa 1914 QVYA s f N MQ B' maurslsns IN FACULTY :X - f ,AX X Kr' X ' Da. FRANCIS H. Bmn DR. Humax Scum-:mm f- Dn. HowAnn H. MARTIN Mn. Almnnn T. Rms , Pnor. LESLIE SCI-IXYALLIE ,I . ' A NN -, ,f ' ACTIVE MEMBERS . , xml Glenn Allen Biggs, '29 Hammell Hixson, '31 Arlhur Pesa, '31 X xr ' Theodore Dunn, '31 Harold Hull, '31 John Pcudcry, '30 ll fin John Gnynmn, '30 Carl Junker, '29 Pnul Pfeller, '30 l h Wcndall Gnyman, '31 Richard McDonald, '20 Ralph Rothlums, '29 Y ' IQ, Lawrence Hegcnbarth, '31 Robert Mosbackcr, '31 William W. Sullivan, '31 1 John w. oswnm, '30 Q I MX e I ' I 9 G HN 1 fr X 1 M50 XX I - r fff I . .A I ' .Riu ' V , I ,Lx ' K Mglfjgff W A .' . :Sai il ' -- ' x. ,f ' wi ' .I 111 . 4 lg? I X I ' vi .4 5' p . . I , 11 fn f K 4 W Pfclfcr XX Gaymnx J. Gnyman lllgxn X ,, W 1, i x ffm V 1 Q Rf" Iggy '33 Sulllvnn I l Junker l'm-sn L ' 'X A kggk I W.,QwmQ.QsNQQNN aQN,wiV K 3:2-1'?fl--gi1"'ji1 JT 'N Y '-"""' 'f Tk x , ,f- QTA715 K' Ifcya 1' ' if P iw! tr Q QQ ' Xi' . Q 3 7 L W ' fxgj- lxifi-LWZQ, , AY . H . , . ,Z NJ Y, xv-C-fig!"-g , H U5 ,y -i' S X' ' l l G5 W 0' '1 fx f ' U K X PROFESSIONAL Miamcu. FRATERNITY I Founded at University ol' Vermont, 1889 . W ' 60 Chapters N UPsu.oN Zum CH.kPTEll, Established 1918 :'.,f",, MEMBERS IN FACULTY 'N' Du. ltloN1'H REID Du. ALBERT P. lllnuizws 1 x N Dn. RICHARD S. AUSTIN Dn. CAREY P. McCann F l r fu V:-X A 'Tl li MEA f f x-N L. V IBIIRS ki X ,I R1 Arnold O. Abraham, '30 Gustav Eith, '32 Glenn S. Lamkin, '32 . K 4 Bruce Armstrong, '32 Otto K. Engelke, '32 Elias D. Peele, '31 ? Joseph J. Bell, ' 2 Carrol J. Fairo, '30 Earl J. Powers, '31 , , 4 Albert Boreson, '31 Edward 0. Guerrunt, '32 Kenneth C. Sherman, '31 ' ' sl Russell M. Brewer, '31 Glenn A. Hattendorf, '32 Donald E. Shoemaker, '32 ' A Paul Chanmnn, '32 William C. Highsmith, '30 William F. Sohngen, '30 -X I V Garland Clark, '30 Aloysius J. Huesman, '32 Corwin A. Smith, '31 X William P. Clark, '30 James G. lnman, '32 Eldren W. Smith, '30 X , :J Willard Clark, '30 Rov I.. Kile, '32 John Tasehe, '31 X ' P f Jost-Eli Crolhy, '32 i Roland W. Kuebbler, '30 Carl A. Vogel, '31 fl 1 X Clllf' M- DHll8h0l'l3'. 30 Stanley W. Whitehouse, '32 , l PLEDGIES I Tilton Blair '33 Frederick Kaylor, '33 Irvin Rav, '33 ly Q any Boch, '53 William Kennedy, '33 Alfred Ringer, '33 Q W Andrew Cueto, '33 Arthur McDonald, '33 Louis Seyler, '33 Donald Geist. 33 Charles Nluinnmm .lohn.Siesgel., '33 0 A Jesse Grotl, 33 Clitfnrd Myers, 33 Marvin Veissman. '33 f-N I Q Arch Harvey. '33 Albert vt-spar, '33 Q I y X . , WJ. if 5 .Q V, if A V ', f xi ,. ' ' , . hr' . ,fl 1'e,vf- ,, .. 1 'I f 2- 'F' Ti ' of 'if 7 - M Q 1 as if A' -A f , e 1 . . . x . .iii . , 4 5 ' i , 1 4 ,gif 1, - . 51 X L, 1 gy .,, - I W ' 1 ' l Q . zf , '. if , ' ,, w , ' 1, , 1 O ' S 3 V 1 1 0 r ,Zh ' 0 P' J" 1 f 69 X l , 'K M , ' L A -:Vi +A - , ,W A 0 ' . ' 4 " ' ' ., V7 . Q . NYJ 3 r L' - 3 Q. T ' liuelxblrr w. ii. Clark Ah.-hhhm rhh-0 Smith Sohugen -f fel 4' X N llteger Laiuhklu Vogel Huesmuu Emu-Ike Sherman lh-ll f f 7 I Inman lim-to Gucrrant Arnintroug Myers lille Mrhonaltl l XY X . , Ji , , X fb A Q' S rr i"'i' ii 'T ' Q f f wiv ion X L K hwy QQ55 Q O Q0 - Q' - . . f1,2i3N?gfNAx,L-4 , , ,MC , ,A Avy. .W -.-- W fffxxiyiqf V P87 Wi' P2132 Xgua' Q 2 0 98QXQX ' ,A C S ' a i igmo. l 0 ' ' N l f f - X PROFESSIONAL CHEMICAL FRATERNITY , Founded at University of Wisconsin, 1902 N 46 Chapters W ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER, Established 1917 1 . N MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q Da. S. B. AnENsoN R. C. VAN VVYIJ DR. F. E. FARNAU W. A. BAUDE ' KQ Da. R. Buvra C. Ti-xumvroun W P " R. F. REE11 N 1' X Y ACTIVE MEMBERS N Raymond A. Bengston, '30 Robert H. Gray, '31 Charles E. Potter, '30 X f. Alfred Birger, '29 Hoke S. Greene, '29 J. W. Price, '29 ' Ezra Blount, '32 Robert S. Lamping, David Richardson, '30 -N 1 X Gunnar Carlson, '31 Roy B. Lance, '31 Thomas Shine, '32 X , Donald L. DcCamp, '32 Bruce Dunham, '32 James C. Ervin, '30 Francis E. Gleason, '30 Carl Lemckc, '31 Wilton G. Limback, James J. McCarthy, ' John Payne, '29 Hooper B. Linford, " 31 Lawson Smithi '29 X Frank Winget, '32 , Richard Wolffl '30 John Woolford, '30 Q PLEDGE fs Howard Bacchlc, '32 , X f , x -E T- no and E 3 1 r , , 1 no' A f 4 5 o .,.,,,., ,,.,. .... o . fx . .. ,, . ,. Pon 1 '- , . .U I 1 ..,..,Q.,,..,, W. ..,. . 5. .ff ximian' lcnzrn... 3121: 'GSDH Sizzix.. 53:12. f , asififpono QBNQUNNWGQNKEQV 'ifvr--7 t 'U X ' ' R ' ,Q N vzqr 54 tb of R 1 R 'X M P 0 xii'-W' , C 34,1 if lk .24 I XJ 9 ella igma Ti T0 1 S -:..vf,1- ' '5L'g'?4' ' NX If Pnorsssioxfu. Coxmnncru. FHATERNITY Founded at the New York University School of Commerce, 1907 51 Chapters ALPHA THETA CH.KP'l'ER, Established 1924 K-:1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY V' ' f Nonwoon GEIS R. EMxxla'r1' T.n'l.on X ACTIVE MEMBERS f' Donnld Alcoke, '30 Robert Hill, Even. Stud. x K Earl J. Aylstock, '30 Norman Hull, '31 NX , Chas. Burger, '31 Cnrl Kiskcr, Evvn. Stud. f Burroughs Cooper, Even. Stud. Edwin Kisker, '31 X " Willis 0. Crosswhitc, Even, Stud. Harry McLaughlin, Even. Stud. ' Richard Frainc, '30 Noah Mize, Even. Stud. Werner W. Gholson, '31 B. G. Moore, '30 Robert Gruber, '31 John A. Pund, Even. Stud. 9 Arthur Hild, '30 Robert M. Stuebing, '30 Q Anthony Stuhlreycr, '30 0 w X 'fi 1 3 ff 1 .A ?.' 4 P, , , ,ll t ' r 1 5 I 1 qt 'bl' ' . 9 , lx ' LO 5 5 -0" 0 QF' ' 1 w , 1 ' I ,X Y K, N Hull' Stuvblng Aluokc- Frninv lllld Moore f 7 Gholson Sluhlroyz-r Alystnck Gruber Crosswhltc lilskz-r Xeignooeeetwotwwortowniff 1 iq r Qhf " i 'W 53. V Lf xfvxfq 6 Q, Q- f i few Erg o , 1, x-9' A ,ef KQQQ-MQ, ggi., or X34 ,N 0 -ft if 9 ,. fvfy Q .Q "fy WS! X M I'i- A V 'V '..' ,vl ,F i' 'l Yillplya Hlpba 'Ili " M 0 . 1 O cb . ,kl- TKTKN f ' PROFESSIONAL Nunsmu Soaoarrx' Founded at University of Cincinnati, 1924 0 1 Chapter MEMBERS IN FACULTY V wi V,-X RIARGARET Burz Mimi' llliancxm ' " '4 CATHERINE Buciiuzv LAURA ROSNAGLE V' f xx BERTHA HASPEL rr' X K 3 ACTIVE MEMBERS f Ida Clark, '30 Cecelia Haddax, '27 Anna Phnir, '23 f' Carolyn Derricksan, '27 Edith Keen, '27 Laura Rosnagle, '26 'N f Margaret Dickey, '30 Nancy Lindsey, '30 Gertrude Morris, '27 X K , Lucy Goodrich, '30 Ruth Lang, '30 Catherine Buckley, '30 X r Q ff PLEDGES Marrella Althoif, '31 Louise Dingwerth, '31 Edna Rinck, '31 9 Florence Boyd, '31 Mary Hufford, '31 Mary Louise Vogt, '30 Q Dorothy Carey, '30 Elsie Penrod, '31 Deharcs While, '31 l 0 Emma Rose, '30 9 K' 'N , X 9 9 K ,X X I V , ' , 1 l ku l l F' . W t 5 if R 4 5 3 . r f 7:7 T fl ' 3 f 'i?'Efff1.fi,i 1 f if . f,,'gf3?if?'Qfif'510'V 1' it AP fi-N' H? if f" Wir f 1-f -X ff' 'X X Long I.mns..y vngi lnekey Clark Carey Goodrich K vm minm-a lsoya Annan lu-nrud new lllngwerlll XYhlle Q N v w ,X faery 74 -C JE YD X ' Q Ll 'V'-A ,K 4 X9 'G 4, o Q Q5 Q X we 0 ,P 0 952' W XX , E3 X, , YY ,Em 1! ' nf organ . s 0 0 T1Jbi'Delta 'Ilbi 0 'N 1 . ll X INTERNATIONAL PnorEss1oN.u. Llamm. F n,u'ansl1'x' Founded ut University of Michignn, 1869 58 Chupters G HAMILTON INN CHAPTER, Established 1880 MEMBERS IN FACULTY llllanrox L. FEIISON, Dean FRANK Row1.Ex' ,-X f.:4 Romenr C. PIG!-I Hox. Jo!-IN W. Pauli V' I f Tnosus H. Danny C. Fluan Lunmuslan K-1 X X Tuosms LAvnnx' ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert Ahrens '30 Eugene B. Beeluunu, '30 Timothy S. Hogan, '31 Julius Reif, '31 ,- .l. R. Johnston, '31 George Rogers, '31 'X Donald E. Calhoun, '30 Thomas F. Leighton, '31 .lohn C. Taylor, '31 X K Edward I.. Coyle, '30 Robert Manix, '31 Harold Jordan Rose. '31 . William J. Dgmunarell, '31 John A. Melntire, '31 Curtis E. Wilson, '31 X 'lf' Chnrles B. Gmocehio, '30 Harry B. Mnckoy, '31 Cedric Vogel, '31 . W Robert H. Heilker, '30 .lzunes B. Miller, '30 Van Hise P. Hunlington,'3l PLEDGES 9 Robert Beirne Jack Bosch Paul McQueen 9 0 Robert C. Boesche Anthony Dc-dllen Dunham Matthews Mnrk T. Brown John Halliday Verlin Pulley K- Curl I. Bumiller Charles S. Hire llielmrd Wheat 'N . Q Wann- Kelley , ' . N 3 l K 1 X I , . A 09 K 1 J ' 5 I I J l V P I K. ' f - A , V 79 l H I .. ff 4.4, 3 1 A ' J J I H is 'f 5 lv , 0 , , , fl N Glnocehlo nmkman unc Am-en, w 7 I cn,-le llulhnun neu vom , GRM H JB ll lQ,m9S2'f'lJr Q Q Tl GN 2 .. , A 0 . , XX i V I V A , , 1 ' - - xp I 1 s X 3 Thi 53.170 Sigma 1 P 0 f . - x X PROFESSIONAL MliDICAL FnA'rIanNl'rY Founded nt Rush Medical College, 1890 33 Chapters 0 ALPHA THET.-K CHAPTEH, Established 1927 ,. 'MEMBERS IN FACULTY f XS . . . . . . . 001' ' -4 DRDQVAII DRNCF ACTIVE MEMBERS 1- Earl W. Bailey, '32 Chas. W. Le Muster, '30 K C. L. Baker, '32 Harold R. Mayberry, '31 X , Herbert Boehner, '33 Jenn A. Nock, '32 - Ernst Ekermeyer, '30 Ewnld Pnwsat, Jr., '32 Harry C. Ernsling, '30 Gerrit NV. Raidt, '30 Emory R. Irwin, '31 Sidney Scorse, '31 Knrl Lippert, '32 Edward Studenberg, '31 o Donald K. Mathews, '31 J. Gay Van Dermnrk, '30 0 Russel E. Kinsey, '31 Yvilliam F. Vinnedge, '33 K. , N K E - , I .. 1 1 3 1 , Sm .3 Q T9 g ' W. lv- rf gi' 1 ' ' 1 In-5 Q 5557 I ., i . ' K il . P v ! 4, V I V 9 f fr . .1 . - O 1 f 1' 'S 55' -'af' - .1 .3 , ' -- f... .1 wh ,. W' ' Scorsc Ernsting Iluhlt Van der Mark Ekermeyer Vlnnedge .jp Bull:-y Boehner Rhullhe w s Irvin Kinsey Le Master X Q X O 'N fl! 7' , C 5 Fo Y V l .L f .QM QWKGJQGQ QIlLQFdl,5RfV5RffQQh"ZSfGG'b,RTXfesfo'ff 'vvw-7 ' K ' I 1 E r6' Y-fwxr' lifff4" iQ3QXfLiUEW" 5' 2,9 nf! M l R154 9 4G24 'T 3 Dau .1J1'Epsilon ,L X Founded nl Univcvsily of Cincinnaii, 1029 f 1 X 1 Chapter I MEMBERS IN FACULTY 0 Dn. Arm Ham' ARLITT Miss ELLEN KLEPPE Miss Nam. Ancms Miss AFTON SMITH P X FZ Hoxonlxm' MEMBER ,TN Q f Miss Flora Thursten 'J X K. ACTIVE MEMBERS X K ' Jane! Arnold, '27 Louise Kennedy, '30 X , Doris Dicterle, '29 M r Ol' '30 Willa Donnell, '20 Lola Emerson, '30 Chalmn Filmorc, '28 Elcnnor Hcuck, '28 a y wer, X Edith Hurrlingcr Schriner, '28 Mildred Schulze, '30 Helen Lninille Smith Vera Mac Tyner, '28 , 73 ie, . K 1 . .y P :mt serif, E :'::z:f": fi i K avx 307 X Xifsfixwms QQNQGNNQTQQHQEQW .,, x ,VY ff 'AA '1 ' '1""if4 W1r" 'HQATIC--: xgg fi' fff-sqwr'-ff? f C593 x - ,xx X- xx , U5 Pg! ,Hifi X ,X 1 . ' ,I .m6,,.j,j,3 xy: x, 'R K ww T 4-fy M1 45 X ws-, H '. lx .fx I- ww- 'i' Q, J -J, --1 w ,W , -, 7? ' , jjQ11 ? 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Nl Xxfi IQ XL 34 Likni' 1 M . fix L Y in Wg 51 PN v x 2 if mi C117 :Wi ff .G ,.. fQx N f X x 1 A N QL f K W n X ,Ky K X, V1 U , HM 'xmxrv I A, Q1 X I Qxq, vmxvx VX LQ XII : XXX N M1 fxrvg.-!,,!, MqjhbmSWQQEQQWEMQYKMWMIAJWTW M 'W E 4 if gg W Q3 "'V UW -,Q a F1 A Campus Societies K ,gi 0 3 Eff ggsxgw T NSSQQSUKELQ QDNQGNNQiTFGQNm255ff Qvfvxwe o 'vs J W X o :Blue Tffybra Society OFFICERS MARGARET Brsxenlcr . . .......,.. .. ........ President N , X Rownmt Evlws .,... . . .Vice-President ' X IVIARJORIE BEHMIAN . . . .... Secretary f EDITH FACE . . ............. . ............. .... T rmsurer FACULTY MEMBERS 0 Da. E. Lucx' Bmux A. H. Povfxn Dre. J. H. Hosxcms PAUL V. Jmult DR. 0. T. Wu.soN ltttnmnar FULFORD Hesrlzn Srsl-1-mxsox 'T' HE BLUE HYDRA SOCIETY is an organization of students taking advanced f at work in bolany. It is the oldest student organization on the campus, lulv- V f ing been organized in 1902 ns a biological society. This year under the fj X kt' auspices of the Blue Hydra Society tl 70-acre tract of property at Hazelwood has f been secured as a permanent botanicnl preserve. This land has been deeded to the University. The society holds monthly supper meetings. For several meet- f" ings of each year it secures as speakers men who are doing interesting botanical -N f work at other institutions. Blue Hydra furthers good fellowship among its X If ' W members and luis always had the motto, "Once a Blue Hydra, Always n Blue V X 4 Hydra." N l ' MEMBERS N 5 Grace Hughes Vera Hesterberg Q t ol Katherine WOZ6HCFHft George Diehl 0 K. Helen Wurster Harris Benedict ,N ., Q lum-alla Dudley Alice Phillips . l X Mary Wuud Gertrude Louise Keller f K t 2.?l21f'.'51ifl,.s... 335553.15 f Margaret Benedict Rowena Evans 0, Marjorie Bellrman Frances Gnu 1 A - - -- - l my fm I he QBNQGN GQNWMJ Y fe? sf as 3QbU, MQjL lied 0 -' Q je o X X 4 i 0 'laxpplieb Kris Club 0 1 v X K X OFFICERS I JACK THOHNELL . . . . . . ...,........ ....... P resident EL1zAnE'rn Dlzvxznssux . . .... Vice-President BETH' Mossm . . . . . ..... Secretary Q MIK!-1 CONNER . . ..... Treasurer -if HE APPLIED ARTS CLUB is an organization of all the students enrolled -4 in thc School of Applied Arts. The purpose of the eluh is to promote a ET F spirit of unity and co-operation among the members and to provide an organiza- KJ lx tion to promulgate and direct student activities which are of interest to the entire f student body of the School of Applied Arts. K- The Applied Arts Journal is sponsored by the Applied Arts Club, and is the -X K otiicinl publication of the School of Applied Arts, edited entirely by the students NX f' W of the College. X The annual social event of the School of Applied Arts is the Benux Arts Ball o given under the auspices of the Applied Arts Club. 0 The Applied Arts Club assists the Co-op Club in the demonstration of Co-op 0 KA Day, which consists of complete displays of thc various departments of the college. bi f 'l l .1 l 1 is s 4 - 1 J I 9 1 01 l I X di bn ' L5 Thoruell Devurenux Moestn Conner K-,I 7, D K2 X 311 X 65 1 f I Egeponete oluetuwsraowissw fffffiif. se YTPTT PRS' in i Vxllf' ii ss iii few GQ Lf sz, if N te X L, N.-Q J++5t,:12.2g.. X' fl s 17 QQ HAD, 3 ' it if in piss!'-l1'R3x,tTfe-,Q ,Wg ,A ,I tt! I-exp Mxifvejtgx KV, XX kk A ess, X? J, . K Xt , Vi I JI 1 A t ,X x A, V i Y V Jive, V V .wmi ,,.v,,, . ., ,s,,,,... .-.J , , M. , ,Y V ,WY,,,,aA ' ,'x.t.yXxj7 ' " ""' 1 ' 'MJZJL' X ' ,JNj'5Qgw it 'Hifi lt, , mf50:.5,J, we-X iff s. c f ' hf' l- ,ft ,Ut lk, get-1-t t'Q?iilfii .WZ V of C XX ? r 5 1 if.-, t t Lf A H T "f N f ' , I J 'ft l l t -ii. X - 5 t egg t -Eff ' , X lx, Snrrriox l r , A iiifwv' f I f ws American :institute of Chemical kj X 1 J f 4 ngineers X LA X OFFICERS fi, xl CHARLES E. Porrian ..... .......... . ...... P resident K' -X If I .turns C. Envm ....., .... l 'ice-President V X tt MRM l-'iuxtzis C. G1.F.AsoN .... ....... S eeretnry X I X' D.xvtnRu:HAl1ns0N . . .,.............. .... . ....... T reasurer Xi , Q ' A i l 1. -if llli University of Cincinnati Student Branch of the American Institute uf 9 l Chemical Engineers was installed in the fall of 1926 for the purpose of 'Q I fn promoting the soeial and professional acquaintance of students pursuing i ill courses in Chemical Engineering with men in the industry ot' Applied Chemical fx Science. . t K A . Q f 'N QQ Meinhcrslnp in the Student Branch is composed of active and associate mem- f f if bers. Active membership is by election and scholastic standing. Associate ment- !, fn t , 1 bership is open to any student registered in the chemical engineering course. V fl f Y The student branch is in intimate association with the recognized arganiza- , 1 y N' lion of chemical engineers, the A. I. Ch. E. Meetings are held weekly nn 'l'lnn'stl:ty f X noun, and once a month in the evening. . if t' ' Qlfifift X K tr , t ff Fit? is fl' , ' Sf' t 2 I it tl l 1 115-5 1 A3 t 1 At' li? t 2 1 get wa F35 1 f f5' t t ,it ,A LWJX tw' 5151 ,iq .1 get tt 1 i tg r, xl .Ita t fe Q 1' Nfglb SECTION II ! WX ii 312 WX ,eee , U s . - e -.---, C ee V .- i X V ,h 1 ' , x f-ng, 'PAL is Fi 'V fy "f71Y'R7'lYJR :Tx ,Q-i icfN?'tW kg ' "' :ifj,lYi"!!iQ ,,.f xt . , t,Lfft'ff,N 2,95 ffxrltxt, Xiw Fdfflt yvx fi I L , - vt 5. xg' 'A,. ff, ' , fd we it wwf ,ts 1 w he it -4qt.,..gtxt31, Ls 595' SDL tN,lSf1OQNJNlw it ,L SQA U, xg' '- f --T.-, " 4. ' sis." "g.i't,Ti'i'," ' f ' . if Slacrinx l 'American filnstilute of'iElech'ical nginezrs OFFICERS V. G. Rnrrlau ....... ........... ....... C I llliI'llI!'lll R. F. Sci-nnm,ANn .... .... i 'i1'e-Chairman R. D. Buunxis ....... ........... S vcrctary C. Wurrssr. . , . . .Axsislmzl Secretary W. J. Llawls. . . ............ Treasurer H. A. Bourz .... ...Assistant 'l'rensnrrr Lf HIE S'l'UDIiN'l' BRANCH of llie A. 1. Ii. E. was foundrd at the University of Cincinnati in 1912. Thr purpose of the organization is to bring aboul il lnnrc inlimntc l'0l'li1lC'l bn-twuun stumit-nts nl' the Electrical Engineering course. At the monthly meetings lvvhnicnl pnpcrs are prcsuntcml and discussvd by practicing cngin:-urs and students. The shulvnt branch is associated with the national organization and lc-mls to ufiilintion with it in the senior your. 1 Slscrmx II 313 T- r' -'asf ig if., 5 15535.51 .V , avi ep is , f ,faff fa ,th CQ... hi. i N. 5 - eff, 'E H v , J 55 --J.-ff ijjwtt E' t E j ,t - tx my .-,X '- xj Ktxxk gxM'i,,, xtvx..'V,,- R Q ' 1 Siacriox 1 .gf ,American Society of mechanical ngtncers OFFICERS lt. E. Pi-nxsm' .... ..........,... .......... P r esidenl W. ll. Exsmmzn. . . ............., Vice-President E. E. BASTELI. ...,. .......... S ecrelary-Treasurer Cnanmzs SNYDER . ..... . ..... . .... Assislanl Secretary-Treasurer IfACUL'l'Y MEMBERS C. A. Johanna H. H. hIlZSS1NGEll J. W. BUNTING -if HE STUDENT BRANCH of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was established in 1911 lor the purpose of gathering together the students pursuing courses in Mechanical Engineering and interested in that pro- fession. The growing prominence ot' the mechanical engineer in every lleld of industrial activity and the great iulhienec and value of intimate association with the recognized organization of engineers has brought about the establishment ot' the student organizations alliliated 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 hanquet which completes the activities for the year. Slatrrlox Il 314 ' X x iz" ,i . I -'is-fx- . 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SHINE I.. F. llamitan -if HE BRAUNE CIVILS SOCIETY was founded by Professor Bruune when he was head of the Civil Engineering Department. The Bruune Civils is u student chnpter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The members are composed ot' ull students enrolled in the Civil Engineering classes ofthe College of Engineering. The object of the organization is to bring the students together so ns to become acquainted with each other and their department professors. This is done through the presentation of lectures :ind motion pictures of interesting, important, and up to dute methods of conditions and projects of interest to civil engineering students. These lectures are given by men of local prominence and large con- cerns with representutives in Cincinnati. The two big social events ofthe your are the Brauue Civils dance und banquet. SECTION II 315 -X ' I . -N .X fr .j-gstxs ' I V' jxulhx MX ix 'QW I 1. ,.. . .. .tl Ax N .. ,ry X is - . t x , XX- , .N X 'rltl V lllllill I' NLE-if -Xu , l , l so elf. W if X :url tt: .FI l ll" +"44"l1" ll iff ISP--1 , 'X-. I if IMA , ""' I. 'XJ t ll f. It i 'E-Q J 1. at f A v 'f' ll' 'IV flu lt filfx Sl uf, frfwfla llf",'tF" I J' All 1 l,f:5lfL.4 1? If EcE.,,..-Ill li 5 4 ' -L I 1 .1 1 lv. I.. uv' ,-. tl l- , A . . .1 'I l li 'tj ll. 1 limi 1 lll.. .ljllhggv R ll. ill l v' .l ' 1 I - w"? llc ,wpigl .vt H' ., 5. Nl iz. I li ll ,J i.- ,N . .t V Qrtxr . f . t.i ., .l up Q .tl ll .-W. ' 'N I I t t,L,.,? jf X 1' .1 ' M "" j" in " 'riff'-. 'jf,,71 ysifff' .Q 54.153 ff Grfv iff-1 mils, . K S 'rig Q L 1 17 w ,f K Miisjk' mgiffx ,,...,,, ., Nw... ,W .5 . fmif' ' 5?B"51'9 "Vg A siw - f "W ' 4 ' 'iw ,f X if YE? isfiiigfei t Q-5 ,. Y I ,sq . . eil ' o ff Chemists Club i OFFICERS f ' X Rounnr Tnntamnsx . . , .......... ....... P resident I ' Romenr Ku-IN . . .... .... l 'icz'sPresident Kxrlmtnxn STEWART . . . ....... Secretary Lotus Srnasstxvncnn . . .......,...,....... ..... T rcasurer I FAClfl.'l'Y MEMBERS K ll. S. Flu' W. M. Bunmsss W. Bnmrr R. Ossvuu V Nix r I '4 'T IIE CHIEMISTS' CLUB, since its inception in 1906, has grown rapidly P3-X X f XS until toduy it enjoys the distinction of being one ot' the largest groups of f! X r , this enmpus. The purpose ot' the club stated in the words of its founders, f and admirably carried out since, is "to promote both social and chemical N 1 . activities between those students interested in this science." Whereas the mem- A bership ofthe club is limited to students and faculty of thc department thc meet- -X ff ings nre open to all interested. The meetings nrc held once zt month, during N H' ,I Ml' which thc members first enjoy supper and afterwards have the plensnre of X N 1 I A listening to some speaker pre-eminent in his field. . 1,4 1 QQ 1 i 1 fx 'N y X 0 E pp 9 W , F Wi Y f I N 1 , J tw IU Fvyu 3 t 1 139 K9 get 1 7 ' 1 WAX gg 1 1 . i ' ' 1 71 i' i A 1 ' 1 ,A if 1 Q5 1 1 1 1 ww.-11. ' Email 1 1!,!?t:'35,,,i , gs-, , 1 52 1 .- 11 1 L -V A fi R X f FYN 7 i ixfw L Y Y 1' ,ik LLJX Xen ,ix . 'efmsflkiQJNkwNNQLMQUAeQ5Q fi-wr ftfvx 7 'ifsg-,asf " 'Dvf Q' 'WWW XSL Viv! K-?K'N" i ffmesyiwfffifl lc-Q36 A ' Q 9 f Jisifg f f, xx ti e E951 V ' l J 1 9 9 l Go 7Ep Club 9 f 0Fl"IClillS ' Glsnrnvm: BETZ . . . . . ..,......,. ......... P resident - RUTH ALEX.-xxnsn . . . . ....... Vice-President - VI-IRNA Smiunulilan . . . .... Secretary-Trensnrcr . a Wi 0 X FACULTY MEMBERS Mus. Msnxonua S. PALMIEII Miss hIlCl.ll0Sli PITMAN Miss Munmr. Mnrz . 'g T, f'T4 iix X f XX KJ X fi' HE ROSTER OF THE CO-El' CLUB embraces all women sludents in the School ol' Applied Arts and in the College of Engineering and Commerce. The purpose of the club is lo bring together in closer relalionship the ' ' students of lhese two schools, just ns, luler, in the Ilelds of nrt, industry, and A " science, they Iuusl be drawn inevitably closer together. There nre two social X K r functions eneh year, il reception for freshmen in lhe fall, :uid 11 banquet in honor W X ' N' ut' the grzulunles in the spring. X ' l " 3 ,is 9 59 K l a 6 A f 9 N N ' W e MM ,J 1 7 - Q 1.17.2 bl vyT"?N Y 1 D -6 1 ly GTF' wal l . W., r ,629 lffjl ffl fifiilv hid ri Z 4, as g ifl lie s QlereQnMo,iflorf,osfsf 1 ,-- ,,,K, ,H ,ww N, ff, , Aim f- g2f'1-fy 'f-T?-pdf N4f'f'f'f'i -f-a:K"'211Q1 '-',?7v'?7I,-2 'xix--1-fyffwlf' if 'Jlfyff' .f"' N f' 5 ffl My -M' 3 ' fQ5'i3f5'x XS fluff Elf: E7 Tl WO 2 if ff? -fi if' H NW? 7 225.2 X ri! U, fI':f'k j,4z,1R.xQiF K . jx X, ,Q L lx X! 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'Nl X y All Male Sludnnls nf lhc College 0 .nm L I Mljxl I ,CQ 'T HE C0-OP CLUB wus founded almosi fynonymously yah t:l1iiC0::lR?l:2llg'S I Mil-'.a711 Engineering courses, to promote umly and good 0 UW , , 5 'l 'Al' fh En ineers and to provide an organization for the handling Of C0-OD 5 im l'7'J:iVx'! 'affairs Tse mietlngs eonsisl of talks given by HWY' of 10901 l1l'0min0nC0 and of 1' N il fr entertainments by members of the studpm body. ' LKVA N ' 'H 1 C -OP CLUB CABINET , . 'lffk A ' ' ' Tlilllzlfnrgs T Hendricks Daniel Q. Lam-ence ' ffl ,ENN Xyilham Lampbcll P In F Knbbes Richard stoves V ,-.ug A . XXQRSXQ hplc Hanson Lg.:Vl'S0ll E. lllhitesides rf fi .W I VQQNQW iw l , A 2 Q , i, . l, , A l 1 Alaxfjifm JMX? A " ' 3 V, : A Y l :wi 1 . fi " A , x , 1 , Qi' if if Bl ' I-Elkifirfk T" 'T 4 5 4 ' fllvlwl X- f 5 -,.. 'wr ,. . I fri? l'i5f,!!.'-1.l ,! ,1.F, . tat, .3 1 A , . A 513:11 fell! Ulf Y ' ,-1 , -nv. 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If WLLH v ,NKEQQV J 'QT Lx M: kk! 4, kQ'L::,i ,,-4,-...:f'j -A-'ly X--f N '-'FX Czfgl Xw,ff-?-,-L1-------- Y A-"Y, ' "Y 'T' F' - 7 '7 ' " "' ' ' . 'smeeesa .. o 'X X o s XX 0 fra f X- K, si D kb 1 it ff I D abate Council OFFICERS XVILLIAM HAMMOND . . ....,...,.. .... P resident S1-Axnnv Mosnus . . ..... Manager K , WILLIAM FI-:Tlcli . . . ....... Secretary I Anrnun S. l'os1'LE .... ..........,... T rcasurcr Cam. RICH . . , ..... ........... . -ilumnnl Member BLANCHE Rum: . . . .... Womerfs Representative Jnssns Annan ...... . . .' ...... Women's Coach Am-nun S.-POSTLE. .. . .......... .llen's Coach FACULTY MEMBERS Da. Guv M. Tawxz-:v Aan-run S. Posrus Da. Gsonma A. Hnonnn IWIIIIAM Umux F' P' X -3' OLLOWING up Inst year's fine record in the forensic art, the U. C. Debate fl 'f Debate Team of 1930 has already equalled the precedent set by their predecessors both in victories and in the calibre of their opponents. Under the able leadership ot' the new coach, Arthur Postle, Loyola and Louis- ville, both able debating schools have been added to the schedule. Again about 'N thirty debates have been engaged in by the Red and Black, and, in addition, N several contests provided opportunity for the yearlings to try their speaking X ability. ' As regards the lleld ot' feminine endeavor, there has been a decided increase in the number of debates engaged in by girls' debating team. In these encounters, Q the girls have followed the example of the men in piling up decisions won from strong opponents. 0 The increased activity of both teams has been made possible largely through 8 the increase in the budget allowed debating by this year's student council, and it f i, is the hope ot the debate council that this institution may never more languish 1 for want of funds. l r li I ,- . Q f fx f w Hammond Moehus Fi-ltek ' i X ,fi Y' U Mgifiiifiiliase QDlaFQi5NV5NVei,TFG6DbN55QiW! if I i f . 1 'i 'Q if KZVXV' S c. L ' cb "' , X. Q n , " ' I My ,AMA Q Loc Lge- E,,,A,,h,5L,A gig,9cccc-.Q-if 1 1 7 f N Lofty N o 'T T . 9 bbc enwncla 0 lTNlVERSl'l'Y BRANCH, 3505 CLIFTON AVENUE -I X MEMBERS MEMBERS f 1 ' X John J. Brennan, Scry. Arthur McDonald, '33 f Otto Bender, '33 James Pender, '30 Y Paul Bernard, '34 Argel Piou, '33 Robert Boesch, '32 Joseph Puckett, '33 Lawrence Brown, '30 Alfred Ricger, '33 0 James Doyle, '31 Howard V. Staley, '33 E. Palmer Fisk, '30 Edwin Smith, '33 Charles lleim, '32 James Studer, '31 Richard Hood, '31 John Tobin, '33 X, Roland Hood, '31 Lcltoy Weber, '32 . Ilarry I. Keegan, '3-I Charles S. XYeckesscr, '34 P:-X f XS K' X f XE EALIZING that one of the greatest Dl'0lIt0lllS facing the out-ot-town stu- dent is proper living quarters, The Fenwick purchased a beautiful honlc- ' stcad at Clifton and Bryant Avenues, and convcrtcll it into a Club, in ' order that students attending the University ot' Cincinnati may have a home-like X atmosphere under Fenwick intluencc. lt is located within a six-minute walk of W X ' the University, in one of the most attractive neighborhoods of Cincinnati. The X 'T lounging, dining and study rooms are well equipped to lake care of the comforts ' i ff of the members. There is a regulation dormitory, and for those who care for 9 privacy, there are single and double rooms--in fact everything for the eonvenicnce Q ot' the students' cunitnrt. Tlu-oughout thc yi-rn' numerous social attairs liavc a v Qt prominent place in the litc at the Branch. H 'N Q Q f . 1 1 l I la 113 1 3 5 'N ,, on 1 I 1 :U A if ,4 I '1 Qi M it 1 I Hi f QD! l Wit - or Q4 X' 1 - 1-,-l- ' 1, ' k H od fax X Helm th-mu' Slnilcr hx t tftsk me erltleger I uc eu llrennano K w 'x'-nun in--mira smut- l'Ion in-mu-r 1 X no gy A L H QQ!" 'fr . jr' ' " ' ' Wu' ' " ' U Lf .7r,- .-b YL: K 1 my I, 1 f to we o 1 4 wcgtgyf-H' 'J ffiffiliv 1 i XP, R Y ,,v , . 77- J J --- -if F5 .v5l?X Kyo'-9 ryjl i f o G 0 ff.l'fousebol6 Tfxbministration Club OFFICERS ' X Donornx' Nn:lwl.s . . ............ . .,..... President ' Louisa Kaxmzm' . . ..... Vice-Presidenl Mxmnsn Comms . . . , , ...... Secretary C0nnsi.IA OGLE . . . . ......... Treasurer Enmson Mitnmv . . .... Fucully Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Miss E. Dyer Miss R. Cook Miss E. Maclay Miss A. Knauber fS Miss A. Arlitt Mrs. R. Segal f 'i Miss iueppc Miss N. Atkins 7 Miss K. Gcrstenbcrger N ACCORDANCE with its KIOIIICSIIC policies, the Household Administration f- Club extended n cordial welcome in September, 1929, to all students ot' K the school ot' Household Administration who desired to become members . of the organization. To assist Dorothy Nichols as president and Cordelia Ogle ,I as treasurer, a number of contact connnittecs were appointed to promote interest in the work of the tlitt'crcnt departments ot' the school, to keep members ot' the club int'ormc-tt ot' the activities ot' each department, and to acquaint them with 9 research and developments in related ttettls. K. r N S 2 I N I I E 4' as Ut E E E so AX yn J fd 1 f 4D mas! W-.alone Qiafotnwaftastsafy 1 If bi-XX f"'x 5 0 oi ft as l X. ci aff G NK-f"NS" 0 9:14 ?Q?gizf-QYQEQZHLQZBQE i XX 0 f'34 f K. K. l 0 fx fr i , r A IO 1 melody Club OFFICERS Gnxnvmve CAMMHL. . , .......... ............... P residcnl GLHNNA Matz PETERS . . . . . . . . . . . .... Vice-Presiflent Ln.I.lAN Wmoxea. . . . .... Secretary and Treasurer Gsxsrox Wusas . . , . . . ....,.,................... L"bmrian FACULTY ADVISER Miss Bonumx -if HE MELODY CLUB was organized in 192-l to create and promote an appreciation and interest in choral singing among the students of the School of Nursing and Health. Under the direction of Richard Warner of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and Miss Bohlman, faculty adviser, it is attaining this goal. In addition to furnishing recreation and social diversion, it presents an annual concert in the spring at the Medical College of the University of Cincinnati. Marcella Altltoll' Lillian Allhott' Beatrice Arnold Virginia Behallie Mary Bernard Bennadine Boothby Helen Boylan ltuth Boyer Elsie Black Eleanor Blythe Doris Brock Bernadinc Brown Dorothy Brown Mary Janet Brown Audrey Brooks Genevieve Cammel Dorothy Carey M EM Ida Clark Mary Clarkson Mar ' Corwin llacliael Conevin Dela Marie Dt-Jaco Margaret Dicky Thelnm Durbin Beverly Ford Elsie Gates Ruth Hall Ruth Hathaway Roberta Howell Ona Haslebaeher Charlotte Hunter Hazel Hutslur Alice Hussey' Dorothy Hillis BERS Pearl Imes Margaret Lambert Valeria Liles Ruthe Long Mildred Martin Genevieve Meade Edith McGneker Hazel McCall Elizabeth McCoy Edith McGucken Alice Mortin Frances Melon Geneva Neibert Laura Nichols Mildred North Glenna Mae Peters Edna Rinck Emma Hempe Emma Rose Dorothy Rozell Rhauron Shier Alice Shroder Sally Shockney Lillian Swingle Louise Swartz Helen Thomas 5. Mary Louise Vogt Gaston Waters Lillian Weidner Delores White Louise White Zola Workman Gertrude Wall man ,- 3 xo 3 7 w Y l l f ,A I qggitiflisiliaee QQNQUNNGKGQNJGXKWQ 9 4 0 - Obe Tllenorab Society OFFICERS ' X Morrrox J. Col-is .... .......... ......... P 1 'esident ' t HANNA Guan .... . .... Vice-President f Esrm-:n GLUECK . . ....... Secretary ' Ismomz S.-tens . . . ..... Treasurer 0 FACULTY ADVISER I.Es'rlzn A. J Arm EXECUTIVE COUNCIL fu Morton J. Cohn Rafael Levine ,-X Q Max Eichorn Abraham Shusterman V' X X 'i HE MENOHAH SOCIETY of the University of Cincinnati, is a unit of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association of fifty-one societies in colleges and F universities of the United States, Canada. and the British Isles. The ' Menorah movement had its inception at Harvard University in October, 1907. 'N fl The local chapter has been active on the campus for the past tlfteen years. X X Menorah attempts to link thc lite of the Jewish student with the lite of his elders, to parallel in the aeademic world the energetic trend outside the college walls. lt is concerned with the creation, in the mind of the student, of an aware- ness ot' the Jewish spirit throughout history-and it also desires that this self- knowleslge shall be not the possession ot' n few, but of the many, so that modern fx civilization may share more and more in the riches ot' the Jewish experience. 0 'I X ' l W Y Q 0 I 9 . ff at iii t N it Xsieaeee elefetaratfafieaieigif l ilX?fff5r WSX fQ QfYkre:JiL .M si4 Q 1. s G J. a, 5ZZen's Glee Club l Q oifricens 0 l Rsmioxn Hinsixuian . . .............. . . . . ....., President VERNON CURIKAN . . .... .... ,..... .... l f i cc-President N ALBERT '1'.u'i.on . . . .. ........... Secretary-Treasurer , i Enwix Ross .........,.. ..... - issistnnt Secretary-Treasurer K X A. Si-irnwuon Kmxs ..... . .,..,.....,................ Dircelur ' l First Tcnurs .l. Roy Allison Joseph T. Puckett 0 Bruce Dunham 'l'. Scott Sanders George J. Hansbcrger Charles Shear Raymond Hilsinger James Thornton R. Linton Jack C. XVhite l Second Tenors 1 ' Albert Aylor Franklin -Hickman F Wade Burns Arthur Hlld N f .lack Binke Elliot A. Hilsinger KJ X W , V. Curran Henry Hobbes , . , J. T. Egolf Clark Lynn A y' K James C. Ervin D. 0. Moore Richard A. Fraiue Wayne Norris f Y Ralph Friedrich Myron A. Heck ,, R. D. Guskill Ervin S. Ross x ' Edward Gorsuch K. I.. M. Schneider l f M Charles M. Hayes Myron R. Winder N f W X r Firxl Hass l. of Curtin Aiken R. C. Leffel R. J. Beaman, Jr. James R. Linton A Robert K. Bowman Frank E. Dunbar X Q George Brossert A. R. Nichols 9 , Carl L. Bumiller Itulph Nieman V at N. I.. Bussman Richard Sandberg ' A William Clark Lio 0. Stcmle ' 1 6 Arthur Feige Q Francis Fl. Todd X NX X Lyle C. Franz Wk . N V X 1 ' 1 l l q l I l l 1 K 4 . Q gal ,U 021 Od l. H Al l L Af BX f Q X ' . 1 . 1 fl mr 1 ,4 I, 324 1 K5 ' f ' ', va: K . ..--- WA-M - - - -----J "'-. -A ---A -i---11 -fl -f- ' -'f---'-- . -' , z'f2j,flKXf J , . l ' N 4 1- 0. .- 7 A 5 P1 J K6 O as 1 rl I lsr - Q ga we 'ft New , 11x X ,,,, ,-.-f..-..w,,,. s.-W,,s--,, W--- -..X .if Q., X . s ' gi i K Y., ii . K X . . I . ' l ! .I - i l 11' s ee 'lu g,.yl,f fi W g , ,Q . 4' orricmis M - I X J Mun' GILLE1 'rn ............,.... . . . . . . ...... Prcsidrnl i .V Mun' IfI.IZAliI2'l'II Dunes ...,......... .... I 'ice-President Li'-,klgli W X ' NA'r.'xLi1s Hwss . . . ..... , ...... Secretary f JI j Xi Mnnuuan Lnmizixs . . ...... Trcasnrcr ' I ri g . n , f Gmnvs XIOSIEII ..... Librarian -' X I1 V! ! . 3 fx I J , ' A -if 5' P X FACUl,'l'Y AINISERS Ili ,il ' 'I Miss lllsrsx S'rAN1.nv Mu. l'nn.n- Ounnx Q. xl ' I l li' M 5 . MEMBERS QV, I I X f ' I-'irsl Soprano Si'rnm1Sopralm 1-'irsl Alto ff NN' Y. linlnstra M li. Davies li. Duench Q' if , K, ' Ii. Bucherlnan Ii. Earle .I. Foster - ' Jfq' , A. M. Cooke N Hnuss V. Geist ipfr fir --4 I V. Fqrenbrink M Kemper I.. G01-ring ' " 1 X. M. rink v. Mi-ia,-nn K. Grimm , - -'fx 'mi .f K XX M. Fry G. ML'Mahan M. Gieringer l , X KW L i VX X P. Gondnmn Gladys Moser .I. Grossnuln I' I 'g 1. l ' i M. llnllenbcrg l.. Nnxoll ll. Harte ilk If 1,-K l .l. Keanu A. Olden .I. Lindsey , I. -"rf, x W. Kenneweg D. Roxnmelslxerg Ii. RL-inmn cj 'X ' '-LX3 Mg , IZ. Knocchel M. Reed G. Runlpler in f wg 'i X L M. Lunnncrs F. Sclman li. Smith 1'ffjfQ ' I I I I gg 2-trwurl Ii. Wamhuldt gn' X ' . Inger 4. :wel . . , ' ,- r .1 -V , Ii. Meyer I M E. Vunmlermark , Sfwvd 'mn xl Y! fr Xxx : - x , I.. SCIIOUIIIII I.. Wznlswurlh Ng lilfmt 2 A 11 V Ji , I R. Shcelmn .-X. Weinstein In IEIWI t 'Q ff l i ' Strauss M Wilson D- fgillihwll " X- frf 2 l ' , J. wvnm- R. Wilson M- 4-1110410 . 1 V N f N, winger M. Inxbns ' . N , R C. '1':ickenln-rg gy f fx 3 I ly t 1 -t' H12 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, nnilvr llie lIIl'P4'II0ll of Burnel C. Tuthill of the li 5 jilfi ' Y .IQX Q Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. l'lltIi'lIV0l'S lu create among University xl' ,f Q-. In 3 g 'I women an interest in clun-nl singing, nml lo combine into zi functioning Q s' 'ZW 1 1 body all those who allready lmve an DilI'IIC'lII1ll' intern-sl in the work and have been ll 'ffl' L' I X yy Suri-essI'uI in lry-outs before lhe director. in i xi 1 .sy i i W W 'Ll Q I l 4 l N 1 . . 2 l 1 ' ' . A I if ,J , ' I' K W , I iff., - i. new 1 A X. X15 Y .A-,X , '-5 I . 'ii " f w J i ,gf if , V Q 'N 1 ll sJ'.:7fill .1 , . I '11 A .Q-iq, gg J :fm ld Eff iii vi: .qqfyl ly..+.fff4.gf lf X-"H, f' -lib - f w A ,- x X c . Aw- Vifg ixyxwl . i f " Q L ' rl. . 325 .- ' 1 ' ' X . .. ..... .-..... M H -A-1--rf -b-ff-?'T'tf"' ff" 543 l ,i..flf1 ' ., 5 5. ,-1,-. 5 . , , , 1 ,--vffsv? u A -Q ' 5 7 w.,vau.,f -if ff3j1.X.x '.E?A H. R gli yi. LXVJN11 3VQlgf!,k Yak Q7' 1 Ili q rx 2 W5 My w , 1 M I ' I 'L Q f .U 1 H .I if"'iQ'f Xxrrfij XX 'cwmik xii NNI I il I X X. . 'fx 'P X V 5 I ' XFIXUXV-"X LJ NF '5"'i! -'-' "A" " IN ,111"f. 'f .Q -, 3 Y kif A' 'A ' I M' f Fi ' 'E Y ff X " ' .3 1 Xi ,,qgQL,, ,.,,,,,Kl,....,,.l.ff,-,f,,.,--...i--f-r-xr-1---'-Wvrvfrf' ""' f""'1""i' "ii-i""ivm'vl frvnfq "'?' 1-Y.WX"""f" Y j'T"Qf'Q'f"""Li:L"'3I""' """ s K"'1"q'i, , 't"2 S' ,,,. sr-Ai-FTS V, bf A ig-,ijq:,g::5g,t,f ,lx 111 rf ,vit ,f Akkxgfiw 'rw Nn1.,1Q.m7.-135"' 115,54-""XdxXX ,L ff wif f fs QQ ,vial N53 jifl 4 1 Q 1. 1 -1 i ff .1 f, 1 .. 11 . ' 1 1 1 11111. IC11 1Hs:41f?1ff 1- Q, V ' L 55111 Xsfiggffsi. .4 if 'vsf' 1?5,..j11f1 .1 N 1, '4 -M-V----M---1----f-1----M--13-N--1------4 W----ww -2---1--------1------4-4-L-Y-1.1': 1 .1 11 1f. .. 'Cv' pf ff--w,1,fi,.t-. L., 3' f . 51: 1, .41 571114 , W1 ,L 1 1. -,UA 1. .1,1 .,,.,. xm .,., 1 1 V ,bw 1 . '1.11 R- ' ileague of women Voters 1 -it-' - EXECUTIVE BOARD P. 7 f' N1 ltIAnGA1nzT IYIILLER . . ................... .. EQ Annu: Bauman . . ..... . . . J 1 J 11 Gnirrtzl-:Ex Blum:-musizx . . , 'iff' ' ' MARY Wn.soN . . .. . . . , .. Ns I ELLEN Pwrnns . . .... . . f A 'i K.x1'HnnlNiz Gnnxnr . . . . . ' Q ji IiEI.EN GREGORY ..... . . . ! JANE BRRTENSHAYV .... QQ l ' FACULTY ADVISER ... . . ..Presidc1ll . . . . Vice-President . . . . . . . ..Sccrela1-y . . . . . . . . . Treasurer . . .Social Chairman .Publicity Cllairnmn . .itlembcr at Large . .Mrmber al Large . 1 l .f.1gE M1 1 l N, 1 4 , -Q f-:ft Miss Nxasim Isucs ri-X X 1' fix S 1 KJ X xiii fi HE LEAGUE OF WOMEN YOTERS is an organization designed to stimu- if X late the active and intelligent interest of the University women in 1"1 ' 1tL 1 'l . . . . , . . . . ' 1 t,.11.f Nux political ntlznrs. University, national and world politics all have a ..i i 'Ak place in the progrmn of thc League. This your the organization has scrvcd its 'N 1 1 I 3' K gf! purpose well in presenting nn instructive course in Pnrliznnentnry Law sponsored N Q11-f' 1 1 'lr by Mr. Postal, Hand of the Public Speaking Depzwtnicnt. As women engage more 'X fl 2 111 2,-ft and more in public uttnirs the possibilities of this organization for valuable train- X V " . , 1 gl gli, ing will continue to increase. , ,S 1-1553 I t 5 lf F5211 fx. 1 1 'nun 1 15,1 1 ti 'Q-'11 Mil' it 'vox .LL-'ll Ev ,jf.f11-1 ff- X 51,11 x1 t -at 1 ' J. ' 2' it 'R K1 lfff-1 1 , .L , Y M11111 '11 iifff' i 'L F 1 5251331 vw,-, iq-' 11- 'rsg!gL,1 1 51.4 tg g.2wg1p, I if 1' -' i"ii'1' 1 1" 1 15111 is . Y 1 1111 ,Q 1 1 Lt.. N, A N1 1 .xjy1,.A- 121 1 51 11 1, 1 X i c 1 :il 1- ll ' virvlibi 'fi' " fi'Xif"f 1 5. Q,-Iv wr Ears 1:7-f. E K 1 , 1gU,xis.-1,1 X .sf:11--,-1,1 11 ,. ZX Fx 1 1,1 1 1.,n,H.,-1 , 3 in 1 51.113ng11 E1 f'."1fif". 1'- ltarfiiir ii 1-V1 15555: 'F 11 A 1t11hag,r1 t1r:fg11i , wnw ttf: Rl - Mill ' G ' J ll"i I ' 'K 511 .l'A,J'X-X wufim lui:-,xisum 6 fx 7 i '44 H1 fl 3 '11, 1 2,11 X1 3' PC 'L in .'- figit i 1 .A...-,,..s.1.-.- tl ' ' -1 X ff" A QQ 3195-si, f5.TfiZf1 5 1911, dm if? '1--1 'li '77 it , If'-"V", " 1' .1 ' mf- in my ff W 1. :nit 1 1 f'fw11V 1.311572-ii ff? ftf1l1X"t 11.1f111f111:i1f.fzi ' ' 'L 11 QL: Rex X:-:Q XN.,fyj AA X ' x,k,,31f. ij KX l if N, itgii it lixxlg lix A kTf.2j,7'1" , M' wfveft XV ' fa f j I i if 697 l J Nf-gf' W J C 9 J it 7' 6 no A .xiipll 0 Jw, My I. . ,f . 941 7' N I 9 Newman Club OFFICERS ' X RoBIsII1'A J. Gnumsn .... ............ ........ P I 'csideul t CAROLIA FREERICKS . . . . ...... ..... 1 'ice-President XVILLIAM G. IJOLLERAN .... .....,....,...... T reasurer Muir ALICE MCCARTNEY .... .... C orresponding Secretary VIRGINIA Roi-mn. ........ .. ....... Recording Secretary MEDAIIIJ LUTMERDING . . . . ........,...... Historian 0 H. GEORGE Ferxcn ..... . . . .Editor of "The Camel" BOARD OF ADVISEHS Mn. WM. AI-ILEns, Jn. Dn. Nom Cnorrv f':4 Mn. J. J. CASTELINI Mus. F. HINKLE " MII. E. F. DUBRUL Dn. ELIZABETH Hocimn f Da. CAIuIoLL DECOURCY Dn. ItoBEn1' 0'DONNEL f Mn. J. L. LEONARD Mus. R. K. Leiswxn Mn. J. E. SULLIVAN Mn. DANIEL RIEYERS f- -if HE NEWMAN CLUB, composed of about three hundred !llCIl1lJ0l'S, was or- 'X K gnnizcd in 1924 for the purpose of uniting the Catholic students of the N If 5 University in order to promote their spiritual, intellectual and social X welfare, I I f I ' Discussion teas are held the first Sunday of each month and regular meetings, following Communion and breakfast, are held on the third Sunday. Other activities of the Club include dances, picnics and annual retreats for the members. U 0 - C , m 1 t J I X fy, V . ' I 5 1 If : - 9 KAN I In All Kfweeinne QDNQUNNQFGQNiiZ5?5?f I I '7f"X-7 2- X ' 7 - N 5 K. C' a fc? i 6 X X 0 Q3 o ' 4 X 22 ei o s W 4 ' K t .. L., , M W . 1,4 1 Y! N 2 0 X X 0 0 Dba Student Crcbeslra , X Smmwnon Kuxs, Conductor , PERSONNEL Violin String Bass Horn E. Bolton P. Scott D. Hurrclhrink 0 J. Cline ll. Armmtf R. Dyson .I. Doggctl n M Ilornsbcrger Flute P19110 1 G. llomingurny I. Aronotf M- SUN' IE. Hxn-knnm R. Brown Trumpet KN K Hosck I' Ncrish ' .4 G. llurlc 0. Bender D' Burkhurdt f X-X A. mm J. Dc-Francesco 5 'X D L1-vin Oboe 15' gmxld. H Ncwbnrger J- MHPX Roi? Y R. Steinbach F. Pl'i0l' " ' Une , D. Weiskopf Trombone f' Viola , X K' J. Molnm' Clarilwl :J 22:52:11 N I 11. Fink D. Bulasco ' M. sim- n. Hnhn TU,,,pf,,,i X R. Pa l N CPUO U L. Aronoff F. Aronoll' Bassoon Percussion o H. L1-ighlnn L. Whitcsidus M. Levy fx 'N I X f it x - -1 t 1 li, 093 J 33 ,W v I i Po i ty' I - f Q on M 0 Sf on ' V565 KQ'w3mnoQm.mfoQNMoifioRffofwfk ii? J P3551 si? mfg? LED 22121 5. C A 4 4 4-W . 'fisf1i22x Q.-EZ? N. 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E Q--ogzw.-am.: :--. ,,-- qagicgigagigh Ezaaas 25: 5 2 1mf"iQ,i 2w:1.5fz-if F5355-:S Q QE" 9.3.3 2 ?5xgkNfn E P 5 EE up ,M 1 z O' U Ga 2 'ii 'K 1 H f' F. F F PM H Q 4-Lars, I' Dr U.. H 5, lvl, -, . g:::agew5fs2vx:.P,:C33,,,::m.,s:,: 1. N, fy --azoles.-Ea Lgw: awww fs w j P' -. ,4 G 3 N 4 Qv 221 'was Q ' Wfxxf 525' Ei Z' S I EE f' KTTH 5 -' 2 5 - .X l -Mig? Af 'W I me-fx v 2 .ii-V-Tu -M45-?Q'1"fw A wk . ,H f -X X ffffh fer-,, fx 161 T wi Aa -'Q iff? . fx., Y Sk j Q-fx XA1x??Sg,j,'l5f!Lggyfwf!ih,Mf , 4-wx ' -,y 15, 5- lf- - elf ,'fqf,,,? -,fjqqyf 4 555585 , f X - Qywf 25'z!fpk,a,:,L fl! ffm-S-dw nfl XJ ,J - WRQXN Wy Qff,f,.,43 Q i",!"N 5552- -, I : xl H! EN 'HA- M MK' :X ffm ggggfx' ! of-xv ., .QQ 6 0 X ra CC A o ' 0 Q o Uxlviaasrrx' or CINCINNATI Bmmcn SECRETARIAL STAFF Rmxem' W. Brsnor ........ Executive Secretary A. O. FRENCH .............. Assistant Secretary 1 X 'T HE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- f ' . TION of the University of Cincinnati, n 1 Iuember of the National Council ot' the Young Men's Christinn Associations of the United States of America, and the WorId's Student Christian Federation, declares its purpose to be: We, the members ut' the Young Men's Christian Association of the University of Cincinnati unite in the desire to discover, understand and appreciate the highest ideals of Christian living and service, mum xv. iusimp and to have n part in making these ideals operative for the welfare of all people. I -4 P' f STUDENT OFFICERS AND CABINET f'1 X N JMLK Gnilzsl-mann ................................ . .President W WII.I.IAM AMMERMAN .... ....... I- 'irst Vice-President PAUL Hncliex. ....... ..... S econd Vice-President FRANK H. Swenmzx' ..... ............... S ecrelaryf ,N f' Davin S. Poaraa ..,....,............ .......,..... T reasurer Q N C. Thomas Clifton Baxter G. Moore Sabrp Tashiro, 1 Will Atkinson, Jr. William A. Campbell William H. Crawford - XX 1 E. Marlin Filts Glenn E. Scott William Chambers x 1 Caldwell P. Robertson Oscar F. Grebner I.. Willinm Hammond Nelson Cragg Richard Steves Edgar Ballinger COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT 0 Fred K. Hoehler, Chairman Rev. John W. Christie Rev. Wilbur H. Fngvler Richard S. Brown Dr. Earle E. Euhnnk Prof. Joseph H. Klndle ' .X nt ony . u oc' ' war . enrv . .arin 1 ar fs Ab DBIIII lid dAH WPl'L'lId , 'P X Coach Boyd B. Chambers Dean Merton L. Ferson Louis Nippert I f l Dr. Frank W. Chandler Frank F. Fisher William A. Schmid, Jr. Q l W A , f ol . 1 XV kvreiaone QSNQGNNGLTFGQNKYQWIV ' .fx . , I X K , ' l f x , , N , N 1 1 i X X , K V 37. . E. IN. Slubent Cabinet Garber Hammond Cllflml llnherlsnll Grelmel' Freneh Steves Scott Crngg lllshop Mnnre Sweeney Grleshnber Ammernmn Tznshlrn lTNlVlillSl'l'Y Y. M. C. A. FRISSHMAN COUNCIL PAUL GARRER . . . ....,................ . ......,..... President Guuuox S'rn.xuss . . . . .Vice-President BLXRLONY Snummax' . . . , .Vice-P1-csidczzt DUNCAN Fuuuc . . .. . . . . . . ............. , . . . ..... . . . Treasurer -t' HE FRESI-IMAN COUNCIL is an organization nf the Y. M. C. A. mznle up of outstanding men nl' the iirst year classes chosen from the various culnpus groups. The purpose of this 0l'gillllZ1lll011 is to promote u pmgrauu for lheir own eluss null lo develop future leadership for college aclivilies, These men ulsu serve as l'Ullllllil.l00lllL'll on the Y. M. C. A. Cubinel. I I lllslkqp l Scllliliiill Slullllviun L Brawl: Hn Frnncif I Cullner N Nllllfder ngluilb F m no lon - e 1 1 nr ' I on m-ppc Ser s 1 ng r Nlmlp:-r lllrrlmrll Lex ine Slruuss Gnrber Frxune Shrlgley Cornell V V 331 . . w . ,H ,- f , .. 1 ,, -, l f i J - 'ffl' -Us f ay ' 5 XM ' -l v V my , Q" . y X X lllvvfrlfl 4. ' HN-' 'lV411"'l'!' VH X ,Xl ff -,JI env--Q, .x,W L, -lr Ex ? 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I' rnsirlenl IGI W 55' 'ir Mimi' HI,IzAIuz'rI-I D,u'Ins .,., .... I firsl Vice-Prcsidenl If s 1-XXII Xe." X M,IIIc:itIna'I' WHI'rIz ......... .. .Second Vice-President f IX' I -X I FIN Bn w I Tre rer - I1 1 I In . . .I o N . . ...... ............... n sn I , I I lv .' Donu'rIIY NIr:IIoI.s .....,...... .. .... Recording Secretary 'X' ,!I I 'Isl I lII2I.IaN SI-Iooli ..... . ......... . . . .... Corresponding Sercelnry I .I I of III If I Miss hiAlU0llll2 HnI.I,Ixoswon'.'I4 ............ Erezrnlinc Secretary XIII l,Iif' . .I I, .I .X f-Uv: . W,.l , II ADVISORX BOARD . I ' fff IyI Mrs. Joseph Kindle, Clllliflllllll Miss i.1llll'Il.Y0llllg, E.I'. Off. I I, "FH ,' xxyf I IV. Bawlh E on urs. Iheo Liiigegbcrg I 'I - I , il I I rs. een . a ace .r. . . iss irizun r an JI I Acting Dean, Marjorie, S. Palmer Mrs. Smith lliekcnloopcr I I .PIIXJI .wg asf, sei Mrs. Richard S. Austin I'---,XIIQYIIE It 'QQ 'is CABINET ,I"1.IfQf 5 ' Mary Beirne ltuth Dickerson Elizabeth Moesla 4 ' J 'AT NX Aileen Bcirne Helen Gregory Carla Tnekenberg "" "'N.f I f XX- Helen Brccse Frances Durbin Miriam Walker ,g A ,I I I 3 'I Marlha Davies Gertrude Louise Keller Naida hvllltvl' I' X I ,Ift ll 'sI,:5I-,III if In: x'oUNo WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION or me University of IIIIII-ff-'lx ., Jig by Cincinnati declares its purpose to he: We, the members of the Young I 'A' Wonn.-n's Christian Association of the University ol' Cincinnati, unite in I., ,IFN I ' X I the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge ol Gnd. I,-' ,f X ' IM! X-'-I We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. y,v.fII X-r 'g, ' I ln this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him. I IIIIIIN I I. 1' . The Cabinet of the Y. W. C. A. consists of the President, First Vice-President, ' I I ,I ZH.: . Second Vice-l'I'csideIIt, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and chair- I I -pgs I Il' -, man ul' the various activities. These activities cover the following fields-Menr ,I I' - II I IQ., Y bersliip, Group Discussions and Program, Cnnmmnity Service, Conference, I it f 'III' III I pf- 2 '1 , Finance, Publicity and Posters, Social, World Fellowship, and Student-Imlustrinl. z 1 II., The Y. W. C. A. is open to all women as a non-sectarian organization. lt offers al I IK. 1-I I : Iii' religious meetings and discussion groups, gives Christmas and Easter parties for I f f',fi:fHI .IX5.N groups of poor children, serves members of the eonmmnity daily, establishes cnn- lx' fn 'fiffl WI-IX' tant between students aml girls in Industry, and endeavors to promote world ff., I YI I X' 'III peace and lo establish closer relations hetwccn all women on the campus. IIfj I. I I I .1 I . I he 1 I 'vm . , I V . I I I I ,V lg. lIl.'II'x-f IIIX-'I ,jk ll-.5 -gg I !'.1sIf,. I S' I It I I. mr .-ggx I I N, .j:.:.fe If LJIIX .El II , . ul. I 1: .QIIIQ :IIIAI , I I ' I N I I e. I I c I,IIll.eI UDB: ' if 5 I f I II'.wIx J'I. 'M it 'QVATSI3 Iinfwws I Mft. .I xr-.,,,.I 'qw Ju 'livi- IQ"ffQ?'l' Ulffli 'lfl 4 Ili'-1,5 HW,-'Il' YXNQIL nflfl., ff, . .g I X f 5 is ,I It l IQII Elm glxf ml. :I T.','f'. 332 'gf zxfa-fs QI I'n'i:2' gif' II I . is . . "ir: ,I for iffifcfs if 'Xxir ff11eaff'ff1 is sp .ef 5- esfg fag A, 'X' Iwi? II-Ig ILJIKIIIXYI C IIINQI IQfIfLNfLflf'lfKXIIIX.III II V :siQfw.q1Z.Qg-J,' 1 ,I I .1 - fn- ,I I 1U I - u 'f f' I - 9 xl W" I -I , , t..!-.-,ff ,I f , f we N-were eel Ns Ls fwfvxwj f fa f 1.6m tw ,K q A v fs 90 i ff s ' ' ' Ag X V 1 ' 4 Q is! . A, in e KG 0 Ghz arsity rt t u V ,A Cl b ' orrictzas Rnzusnn I..xwwn.i. . , ............ ...... P resident V Viatm Nurstax . . .. ........... Vive-President f 1 X DoN.u.n Howfxnn . . .. . ................ Treasurer I X CLARA Orr, .......... . . , , .Corresponding Secrelnry , l'.tL'i.1Nls Stzuonxmun .... .........,.. I tccording Secretary FACUl.'l'X' ADVISER Mn. DANIEL C. Coon Ai' HE VARSITY ART CLUB tilts a need on this campus for the outward expression ol' those who are interested in art. Its purpose is to furnish KN a stimulus and promote an appreciation of art among students of the CX ' '4 University. Membership is open to qualifying students of all colleges. K-I X fy X The club is very active and keeps in constant touch with its members. Two 2, ' if meetings are held each month, one ot' which takes the form of an informal supper ineeting. Prominent artists and critics give talks, interesting discussions are held. and clever and novel bits of entertainment are presented. Social gatherings are ,. . . . T held after meetings, with an occasional dance. fp i Other projects ot the organization are its annual sketching trips, its visits to A I the lnnsenm and other places of interest to art students, and an exhibit of the ' studenis' work. lt also supports the Prize Day contests and the Applied Arts l 1' Costume Hall. O The variety and appeal of its work has attracted many members, and the n L organization has grown with amazing rapidity. There can be no douht but that Q N as it has increased in size it has increased in service to the University. F 'W ' X f i X I N f ' L ig if K t 1 , 1 if dn. ti 'X i5' QW f ff sesameQrsisrafrfeefrfasitssfff PS5 WAWQ23 MSX safe My 624.4 0'u7 s f X o X f ' ' Q Anderson Y ,- f X Ebe Gamble memorial COMMITTEE Harry C. Anderson, Chairman Lawrence Levi Julius Strnssborger 1' William Ammcrman l-Irma Pflefzer Paul Heekel ' -x Kenneth G. Gould Margaret Hillis Arthur Eilermnn K John Hai-grave Joe Halliday Ruth Kidney N ' Eleanor Heuck Carroll Kelly Jane Purcell X Hazel Heintz Marion McMillan Allen Stone X 'T' 0 EXPRESS THEIR GRATITUDE for the gracious Gamble gift, the new University Y. M. C. A. building-the students conducted a campaign to erect thc Gamble Memorinl Fireplace now located in the main lounge. U o To the many spirited students nud the helpful aid of President Schneider, Mr. . Lnurenec, Bob Bishop and others, who havenchievcd the goal, "that the years fs - may know our gratitude," we ure indebted. 1 X f 1, x f ss' s rr sfo As so so 'rr 'H is 1 1 1 , , 4 , f , Y 1 -. 4 .. L f. 5 . 5 f t , 1 f 1 ar fe ,- I A ' - ' .. ' ' 'R ' wi af' K E E ' f Y . ae 1 1 l E. f' 1 f Q ea- 1- is o f as E o 0 1 . L' 1 ,- if jf S E gift 701 ' gi . if 'A ' ' X All LAL' ' lu ' Q I l f-X A,-k , ...,. --.,i-..,.i-L, ,Af , 4 X same Houck I-nf-ser Anderson smtsuwm-r Levi eulermtm f 7 l Hnrgrnve Hlllls .-tnmrerumu lleclrel Pursm-ll Helntz Mrllillun ' g 1 ,rfign Kllisiferre erefetnneifrerioeak F. ,..4, L-A -M , 7-.. ,,..f-a..-.-,4L...-.. ,sw .. 1 a- f X s' ff f" ' cg J -X A' . NJ S- f' N s Q '- fpQy,f'X5N54Q-s.Qs,,s,sfiis, lilo 4 wf , K 42--mb I ' 'fr , Y, -f 'ggi 'X X 0 i Ci ff-" i i - I 1 . Q ws ' 1 l l . l 3, ' , i 2 xx f , , l ' - ' ,l X li J y , 'N y N fill nravnmnm- 3 lf! X if! xi a 'f 'C5 Q 55 53. l ' of 3 Q arsity oat toe t I l , COMMITTEE ' Jack Grieshabcr, Chairman C. Thomas Clifton -X' , I ' Raymond Carlherg Jnrk Thornell XX . f , ,I 3' ERHAPS NO MORE SPIRITED tradition exists on the campus of thc XX 5 University than the animal Varsity Boalride. The event occurs late in , r I, May and is the last, as well as in many ways the most appealing, of the ' A, , social events of the year. One ol' the big river steamers is chartered for ' the occasion, the student body, iu sport array, teeins down to the dock at the foot 1 9 N a of Broadway, and on the rippling surface of the "beautiful river," under a " l ' luminous moon, the ride begins. , 0 , fs It has become a custom the last few years to elect the Ugliest Man of tho 'N l f X University during the Boat Ride. Dancing and the advantages of spacious, , f l shadowy decks blend with the fascination of the dark water and thc mirrored' ' i N tucson to make thc Varsity Boatride a sentimental favorite. , 4 i ,J f 1 ll I Q 'f ' i sf, . 5 A t ,., 1 I ,, l ' I i' 1 " i Lv tv ' L 1 T il aww i 0, v0 'ff 0 l I 04 l r li i J B i ' ' Kill A ' 7 ft canon czln-lim-g Thornell Q 1 v W Ml' I l W ,H , .V-Lizll QM, Almaty t t it T35 s s s ,fl ' ' A-Q52 '1' ki, 'N vf 'A' "N W "4"'XH'AA" A "" "Vg ' ' ' "" i H """"', ,ljyzfiv V ' ,fi y lvl? -'Y 7"'Ak'L ---f X ,, ,f ,. , f, ii ii G?liiLSi?3 Q9 NQQNWWT Kimi if N . T" , ' f"'l ' I 7 avff' gi, in it Yvy 1 wi ami 51,13 WL? ,f XfJJQf'1Qfiqff X 4 YL-rnnn Gurrnn Illchurd Slcvvs Jnvl Rlrlmnh-I vm--crmn-umn umm-nmn rm--rtlmn-,mm ..- Go-Qp ay COMMITTEE Ruzxmnn S'r1av1as ..... Gvneral Clmirman J. CLIIYFOIKU AICDANIEI...VfCL'-Clllliflllllll Vnn.x Snnuxmlualx . , . ....... Sr'1'rvlary Vmxxox Cummx . . Yin'-Chairzzmn SPIZCIAL COMMI'l"l'IiES AND CIIAIRMEN rsh.-1-S mul um-1.-5 ............, 1,1-fry :unm- lnvllulluns .um sp.-.-ch.-3 .... wnunm lm-avh.-r 1-1-mu-num... .,,....,.. .. rs. lcmmlm-I. .mxm.-cum . . ....... ,...xrumr ,mmm-n lmmlscnlw . . ..., ......x:mw1l-5 lllh-5' Illh'rlur lh-curullun .... . . . , . .... . ,Clnrn Ol! Chemicul, .......,. Mrvllulllvlll . . Elvch'IrnI . . . llmnnll-rrhll . . Civil . , .. .... 'l'llnnuls E. Sllhn- . . .,.... Curl Slllblurd .. , . . , . .Dun Mlfhuvl , ..11m-muy manlxnwny , . . . .Hurry Alulvl-sun 1-null.-ny . . ..... xvmm-ws ,mxvnn-S.. 4:0-op lsnnnm-r. ..... . Induslrlnl Arts. ........ . . . Ceramics . . . . , . .... . Asslshlnl I0 I'ullllvllB'. . . , . . C0-urdluullon . . . . . . Geologivul . . .... , . . . Ac-rummllr-ul . . xlilxm--y . . .... Hvvnillbl Culnlm'l'vv. . I'0xh-rw nm! Amlvvrllsllul. .... Clmrlvsl E. l'lvlh'l' . . . .lirlv llunsnn . .Dnrnlhy su-ws . . , . . .Osrnr llruy . . .Rlurllm Uvlhxs ..lIurp!1lrvl XVhHe . .lhlllrlllv Filson . . . NYHHN' Connor llt'l'h1'l'l Alulursnn . . . . . l'uuI Ilvcklv 11. . .mmm Nnlrmn .. . .John l'ulul Hanson FlL'lrll4'l' Shlln' Nvlpnn liillsry limnn-r N lilmlnlurli Schhullhuli Fuxun Gnllowny Sm'hllnlnkn'r Luwwill llirlluvl ix fx Wlxllv nu nm-.-nn u. su-ws xx.-mmm .xr--ml n. sm.-,. f X 336 a ' I ' . ' I X I, Q I .' I c ' . . af' ' ' - 4. . .Q1, ,I . 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I III I II V I I 'N I I I I II I I IM I II, II -I I ,I I-lt I I I I I , I -1 II I I I II III ,U .III ,A I 'I I ,I f + P X? 0 N Tfittfary Society 0 ' Q f xg al ,Z ICH Nlmnrns A 1" ff"'s .1 "" ,f s W 1' f 0 5 N f Y I c P ': L 2? 1 ' 4 ig 'tg x fed W g Pg ,gf fQJffLQQ if ' DNQQNN' MQ A . Cl fi" r K-Vi-7' l ' , I V N l Xzfyh' KC Og fx gf: " x+.:2'a I -9 4, i ,Arek ' 2 0 OFFICERS 0 V! LOUISE TNVACHTMAN . . .....,,.,... ...,..... P rrsidrnl Gmnvs RuMPLI2II . . . . .... Vice-Presidrnl g X VIRGINIA EBERT . . . ....... ....... S ecrrlnry f " I Mx'II'rI.1c DIaBIac1I . . . ....,............. Treasurer f S'rEI.I,A BATIQMAN. .. .... Frrslininn Represmlalivc VIuI,Is'r BAl.AS'l'lKA. . . .... Sophonwrc Reprcsmtalivc VIIIIQINIII l'Ia'I"I'I'I' .....,.................. Junior Re-prcscIIlr1live 0 FACUl.'l'Y MEMBEIIS Miss IIHIIHN SIIIITH MIss MARY Howie lllooms MISS Gmane B. Dfxvllzs Mlss HARRIET Rowuav MIss llu'rII ILxnnING'roN Miss .l. Grass Hum-ms , A SENIOR AcTIvIss LX I X Ruby Brock Mary Gillelle Gertrude Richmond I f N Myrlle DeBec'k Catherine Goldsmith Gladys Mae Rlllllplel' f" Y Virginia Ebert Ruth .lane Lee Belly Smelhnrst lf Jean Foster Norma Meier Louise Twachlman if X .I UNION AGTIVES A Kalherine B2lC'llIllRlll Miriam lfrankensleiu Ruth Sl'lllllllll K ' Gladys Bnxvnian llulh Lenders Constance Wilte ' ff virginia renin X ' SOPIIOMORIE PLEDGES W X V Hilda Andriut Muriel Douglas Ruse Kling v. Violet Balaslra Mildred Gieringer Odessa Nason I .lane Bryce Clover lloy Lucille Pnekeli H Y' ' o Harriet Chapnian Marjorie Sturm 9 FIKISSIIMAN l'R0llA'l'lONl3llS 0 ' Slella llillltlllilll Lois Dale Olive Ewan , N I" Elsie BI-llimny Sylvia SI-hnllz 9 Ri ' ll I aa a a aa I r rf ' 7 If .,. .f l , . ' "4 .N A I f. ev I l fir E 1: F f N 'F 1 ' 4, X' I 9 -I it l N ' 001 l gi 5 Sl iff M I v llryre - llnlnslrn Slnrm Eln-rl lilllelle III-Iulvrs llhnpinnn Frnxikenslellx llnniplex' 'l'wIIelIlmnn Illelnnnn llrnek Melvr Ile Beck if QQ ilrgfffi are Qiudlii TGGDQN fiiwjfg Nia, I . l , -stil, ' .Ez ' " 'j?SXL.Qg'ji.i..TLV: ,. f'f::.:3L:ii.QgZtQ:,QTg5"kK" igiillft-Ffgrvqsxlnr-,SK W e..f-X--.fp-13. 4? 1 en! ,fl 'w 1 " Ng lk, Xe... '-QI:-w1..fj ff.-sf . , I,X.fli3,. FT-MEL !fC1.?'e XXV! ,fx 4+ ll fy NW Q 5.11.1 6.-.-fl K ,J V F. P11 R . .f-" 'L x xff' , S.. .J Q ,,., ,,f'fxffw N..,.,f' 1 ,'x.,! "' -. --: ' ' . 4 ,.,, --'...5s..f:.+..:.fs1.-:.-' -..:1..,...:.:i...,-::1 ,,,, ...Jw..ff4.l J. . Pk, gf ,, .-.iff ,A i ll OFFICERS . KA'l'HLliliN Suns . . ...,. .... . . ........ . .... .. . .Presldenl PAULINH Sm:1mlcNl..xun . . . . . . . . . . Vice-Prrsrdenl .ha.xN VALIENTINEIX , . . . . ..... Secretary BxmNn:r: XVHISS . . .. . ........... .. ...... , ..... Treasurer MEMISHIKS I.. Apmm: M. Fm-rms lx. Hughes I. Loshlnsky Selwvnlnulr J. Vnlenllnvr v. Arend M. can-rimu-r n. Hunter M. Mndzlux sms I.. wmlswm-all ic. nlnnimly n, G.-ml n. linhn E. lst.-yr-r smeekxm M. NVulkvr 11. nnyn-S lx. Grimm w. In-mmm-g 12. lm-cumin-ss . sum-rn n. XVnllers If. Bl-rnsmn n. L. in-yn lx. Llvlnson n. mum 'rm-mr I.. w.-bl-r V. B1-ucv I. Homshy M. Llvingslon Bl. lhunsey Tuull' l. Weiss G, Fl-ls J. xx'.-umm-r JJ l li 1 t OFFICERS I XVAl.'l'liIl F. Am-man. .. ... ...... ... .. . . . . , . . .. . .Presidenl ALINE Rus'r . . ..... . . ..... . ..... . ......... lfzcz'-Preszdcnl ROSE GUULU ....... . . , . . . .Rl'L'0l'lll.Ilg Secrclnry Dono'rx-lx' 'funow . . . , . .dnrrespumimg Secretary VIOIA P.xx'roN . . . .. ...... .. .... ............ T rcaxurcr nmuxuns W, Applm- A. lhulke lu. Cux M. liuhl v. lumsn n. Tehmv J. nl-mmslmw mr. rrurmll li. Elzel xI.Mvu1m-.- A. mm A. W1-lim-0 S. Bell 'l'. Cnslrllinl S. Gomlnmn V. Puylnn A. Sclleerer M, Wuynmn A. lllneklxurn Rl. Cnvemx-in li. Gould M. Ramsey Schlele G. XVldmun 'T' HE PAl.liOl.lNGUlS'l'S is lhe lllldCl'gl'2lllll2lfC elussienl club of the Univu sity. Its membership is t'0llll7lJS9d of the students who ure taking, or have taken, courses in the deparimenl. All who ure interested are cor- dially invited to become melnbers. This year we have entered lhe llcld ol' drannalics with the presentalion nl' Enripidcs' nlphigenia Among the Tl'lll'll'lllS,,' on February the twenty-llrsl. We hope lo make the prcsculnlinn of a Greek tragedy an annual event. X 340 V- lf Gm '-' Q, AWN,-" .-'.'1l,,x-Q gyff. f l 'r , 1 M, X" , N . lx... g Q... .. . 'I Q' 35 q!.'. X ,ul llwflxwl '. QQWQ. X' lf1'f,fI" V- -, ' "2 X . ...rfb N xxx. , 1 pe "ip X r - .aff -- 'Mn exe , M 5' , . -,X T., U, , , X , , W , X e X. k i." v' f ""f W ' .I fff. XXL 3- -X'-S ', I If sz, 3 1 .5 :N ffxlh. H ,Milla xxx' et xx Y V X -ex . , , .J t , 3 - - t . f ' X- H' f ,. , tt e 3, X l X I .M L ,, t R E, ,lj ,f ,N ,A , , X N V E . . -wi .X W I K I . ... .. Y l Ebe German Club Sinomuxn Bwrz . . ............... .... U . . .President INA Bnvman ...... ............ . . .Vice-President l,EONA Tmzunsn . . ......... , ........ . . . ..... , . .Secretary WAL'rnn Acruan . . ...................,........ . . . . 'l reasurcr 'T' HE PURPOSE OF THE GERMAN CLUB is to unite in a social group those students who take an uctivc intercst in German language and culture. Prugrxuus arc so planned that a variety ot' intl-resting subjects is presented in the course ot' the year. Topics on pertinent subjects of the prcscnt lime. such as Wugncriun music, thc life of Schnbcrt, ctr., now being inctndcd. Spcukers. music, dramatic sketches, and discussions form thc basis ot' thc nu-clings. During 1929-30 the German Club has had at most prosperous year. A con- stantly increasing luclnbcrship has uiadc possible at considcrnblc expansion in activities. Thc lornl club has ntlllinted itself with the Federation of German Clubs in thc United States. lt is to hc hoped that thc kind assistance of the, faculty and thc splendid entlulsiastn of the students of the Gorman Dcparlnn-nt will continuc to nmkc possible as successful a cluh in thc future. 'lla Tierlulia 0l'FlCl'IllS Paul. NVOZENLIIIAFT . . ........... . . . . . ........ Prcxidcnl lim-'1'v Lou STISVICNSDN .............. .. .Vice-President Nm-.xLrlc Hwss . , ....... .,.,.. S ecrelary Msux' Wnms . . .... , ..................... . ........ Treasurer 'Q' A TERTULIA is an organization of Spanish Students brought together for the purpose of huving an opportunity to speak Spanish and for studying Spanish and I.atin-American social usages. 'thc presence of natives of l.ntin-American countries is an intcrcsting feature at nearly every meeting. an fm ' ix "TF,-Q'2'Tf,?w 'ff-gf. XQ75 . ff ,J ws-. .ff Wifi ,. yt- ,I Y7'::l,Xf- fgi wt-gi-' 17 fe, fe ff ., t x .tif at wtwl 'V-"f',i..'.l+!l lxznytfm u wx -W',w4aszg kk txw 'ifwr' .stef 't if 2 N 0 ,YA f if f gl I ,, ,A li 3 0 o 1 X it Q it is .4 , Varsity Chess Club OFFICERS W1Ns'roN KocH . . . ............. .......... P resident WILLIAM 0'DONNEL . . . . . ....... Vice-President Roeenr TEEGARDI-:N .... .... S ecrelary-Treasurer Da. C. M. HU1'cH1Nos. . . ..... Faculty Adviser Da. C. A. GRAY ........ .... If 'acuity Member EaNs'r Tx-lemma .... .......... . . . Team Captain MEMBERS Harold Norton Glen Laws Paul Hergot Isadore Zeligs Roger Baxter Joshua Mnnischexvilz Louis Strasbnrger Werner Vollbreeht Meyer Zeligs HE GREAT OLD GAME, whose Asian origin is said to have been 600 B.C., still challenges the intelligence, foresight, resourceiulnc-ss and sportsman- Q ship of the modern American. To study the theory and practice of chess is to develop these characteristics, and for that reason the universities all over the United States are giving hearty encouragement to clubs organized to engage in intercollegiate chess competition. Varsity Chess Club boasts of one of the strongest four-man teams between the Atlantic and the Pacific. Captain Theimer, Teegarden, Baxter and Koch form the neucleus of Cincinnati's squad, and for thc past four years have been undefeated in match play. Such teams as those ot' Princeton University, The University ot' Mexico, Ohio State, Miami, ary among its victims. The strong City Chess Club fell defeated before the U. C. group. Varsity was host to the All-Ohio Intercollegiate Chess Championship tourna- ment May 9 and 10 in the new Y building. Ohio State, Miami, St. Xavier, Hebrew Union, and Kenyon were among the visitors. Four loving cups were awarded the tenm champions and the individual honor players. 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Anll- pww Chl .'F6' lfw mf f X llronlhlxuz Langue. w. " H' umm' 0 XW Hugdoln nl' lhc Press 7' X 4 ll . , K f , A ,V A "X. 1 V RAYMOND CAlll.lllillG, l3lc'l'1'x' Come, Ph.ll. In lmlnxus: Fm- Frnmrnlay-.Imppu nhwk lernlllrs-None: lnlrumu- lllnnmvr Snclrlyg llumu-r :ul klluwllng Cxnnupvllnzxg up for lifrmn Qu:-1-ng Run- 'rr-es 1-ui of I XXII nvr up 0 Vl'--Cl l' wma socmy rm-"c:l-lmlnfx or ALC.: xslrv-l5rfsf"n?'m': QF llxe Campus: Gurdon Nullomnl Runner up So- l- n Llub. clrlyg Cullure Cnmplvx. l N , 1 X Mmunl XVAIJCIER, f run, In nnv Sklpnlng: ""':'i f'-WM'W- I 1 ...'.:":,:z':.P,n.:J:3Rn.,512212: ,,g::gg:f.31g:-"g:-H gg"--ge lull-ul or umm-r Hull: n,.,,.w,, ,gm QHUQI. ,:..,3': Prvslulz-nl of llnnun Hull: W 'I V. ' Q , "V 5 I-rf-sun-nm or nn-:ln-lu-n u"f'q 'l"'f'f-, 'l'f'S'1" Hhs' mu: Prvslxlcul nr llue ,,::, -SLT, "QQ'K5D'l"j"'J" wlmlu nlnmn place, Club H- . 0 ma p . CllAllI.l-IS S. Amms, llvpm-0 ln Bull Slhuzlugx: .Q i - . . V W E--W-r11lHT"l limi mn In AX' X HM5' 1' ,U :ll llll'l IPSFPIIK - . . 5 nn! or .mlm Adnms: MIR' 'l!:.fHk,,,HQH'Q Clnlxm-ml dnscundnmt nl' MOOSE. pig lnlumim, mmm xw-nm-4 on-um-d lnc.g Hmm- 'in :mim--.mf mlcsrcnmlnnl nl' Wllllnm Sm-1.-gy ul-km,qn.,l fm- gm. the conqueror: Dcscrnd- purpocn or 'mining qolm.. l TS!?l'JllvkJ0lI1lSDll:1'lx:r:- alnnghuz of 1-neu-L vm en nml llc w oe Alphn Glrlv Fvrlc-ruled works ln the "I nm 3 k'. R NNW Wrong Clubs, mmm- or coll-me mmm. , f NM u W fl N X 9 N ff X , W 1, H ,gy XQFQQQQ QQNQQNNQQFQQNNQ? I X, .j- Jw, E i M 3 A KN ff Xw ff 'X 1 v Q . Mueumef som Y Wai M IJ El Q QA ggi Rofq 'gh -qnaqa QL B?i'czs. WE FMR f' -K ww WG M f N QQSECCLQ QIBNQ NNQT5d631N,f,wf5V JKV 4 22 X 5 sw jibverlising If ,fi X M ww " f 1.....mn'1 4 gg r 1f w M, 1-P w x 5 I 'wctwdl X k xl ' 4355- 01 I 6532451 .J ' ' I 9 Al W X l X al 63 ' X X7 I s...l. X if 353 glulllxlm mm 'gm S K ? 3 . l -3? C a l e n 6 a r ' 5 f I 1 M . 6 - 4 4 September -us Ill- ll. KI. Campus llll'lll'll into an paslnrv. Bcvivs uf Buvim- ln-au' hulls. 20-lingim-vl's linisll lirsl sm-lm-slvr, lilfli rnrmliul lo vvcrylllilm llull looks likv il Frvslrlmlll. l .H -Annual lmlllv oi' Ihc Vuminim- ulolm-nl mlulzlycsl unlil lllv sul-ulul S0lllL'Sll'l'. 23- I. X. 1i.'s plcslgc llIl0llll'l' lllmllllalilu-cr. .LI -AIM-Ils plcwlgo liislwl' mul are szllisliull. 135 -- l'lli ln-llx gel llvnlmm uml arc lllUl'1' lhaul szllisllcll. l'ul plans ful' now house in molh hulls, unlil nvxl your. 28- Cvdnrvillu falls In-low thc hrulall l1'v:lllnL-nt of our fuollralll gulls, lil-ll. Z22li'l'ri Dvlls lrrnnmlu llulv sluul. Wuilcr: Two haun :uul lwo m-gg szlmiwicllvx? lll- llumnmnd puhlishcs an apology. -The llc-his plomlgv lwcnly-lwn and soc llluir way vluzn' fur the 1930 lunlgul. 354 OVER 'lllbb 000 DIVIDI' NDS P-XID IN l920 w 1 I 1 . I I IS YEARS OF PROGRESS IN MATTERS FINANCIAL this institution renders to you 11 variety of ini- portant services. Our giant vaults are your safe depository, we will serve as your investment counsellor, as your private secretary, will help you build your home, or manage your estate better than your best friend. FRONT VIEW ASSETS AND RESERVE 833,500,000 OVER SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES MAIN FLOOR THE CHEVIOT BUILDING SL LOAN COMPANY Glenmore Ave., half square South of Harrison 1 "AT THE CHIMI-JS" 1 E P A 1 D o N s A v 1 N G S E PER CENT O P E N D A I L Y PER CENT 355 STEALIN MY Tl-JUNDU? LN P X October I-Marion Mehlillnn rates a date with an ignorant frosh. L 57279147 . . . -,S 2-1929 Cmeinnatinn comes out. rfb, A-N L, I V 1 Ufiiillfl 26 23-Mystics rate tlates. The Band throws a .20-Foster gets cocoa-serving honor. 30 - ltlnrlon Brown lakes np law. 4-Thelas lake over Putmans as a rush plaee. 5-- Clifton spends night in jail-looking for a Sigma Phi Eta. li-Cuslmner: "No, not two ham and two egg sandwiches: two ham and egg sandwiches. 9--Carlherg calls a Sttnlenl Conneil eonllab. After fifteen minutes of silence meeting is adjourned. 10-Clifton deter-tell in front ol' connnons with Millie. 12-Freshwomcn make repented trips to Y. ill. C, A. otllee to gaze at the new secretary. 1-l-Females on Cincinnatian Stall' initiated. George Fry breaks up a water ngm. 15-Vernier anll Learh get in conlavl. which is niighlier, the pen or the list? Waiter tlo t-ookl: "Two ham sandwiches and an egg sandwich." lti-News pledges itself to support the t'uollJall leant. IS 3 Cineinnalian Stall' reorganized. 19- Sigma Phi Elas rejoice. 20-Mary Bicrne gets a ernsh. 22-Pan-Hellenic holds a mass meeting to deride to earry out the rules f'iu the spirit." 33- K. D.'s aint Kappas attempt to down flirty rush reports. 2-I-Wild Bill Taylor comes in Cineinnatian olliee to phone Madison, Wiseonsin. - Bearcats Hnish their high sehonl schedule and lose a college game. party. 356 . And So--- TI1e Story's Told if Printers of the 1930 C I N C I N N A T I A N Direct Advertising :: Periodicals :: Cataiogs and Beautiful Booics POWELL 8: WHITE PRINTERS PUBLISHERS Executive OIIices: 900-901-902-903 Edwards Building, 528 Walnut St. CINCINNATI, OHIO iii-1-1 357 November 2-Cineinnatizin Stall' is renrgzmizecl. Custnmer: "No, not three sanclwielies. Two sanclwiehes. Hunt and eggs. Two sundwiehes. Iileetions appronell. tOn lame legs.J Y. W. C. A. Fashion Show. Girls mndel lingerie over SNVll'llllllllg suits. Beta Kuppas put on Mummers Play. Ellen Peters and Francis Durbin appear with titian locks. President nf Y. is disillusioned. "They seemed sueh niee girls," he nun'nuu'ecl. Freshwunlen demand every third day for themselves so they eun dunk. Cincinnulian considers submitted photos of beauties an mistake, Uh, where are the girls ot yesteryear. Compromise over the number of Lam Chis :mil Dells to be nn the Comedy eonunittee. Gflylllilll and Nieman reconsider. Deride to include the Kappns. Waiter tlo euokl: "An order ul' ham aunt eggs." CTO euslmnerl: "What kind of sandwiches'?" Boyle and Leueh work up un idea so pure that it wnn't sink-at Iloating university. Bill Hanunoncl refuses to publish "nasty" letters in the News: "Keep the News clean for politics," is his cry. Miami game. Hullet denies he is ii Beta. YW Y All loyal Betas deny they are Bums. Freshmen enter social world at Reception. Freshmen still think it was an sehuot dance. 5 358 The W. H. Anderson Company LAW ROOKSELLERS and PUBLISHERS REPORTS DICESTS CODES LAVV STUDENTS' SUPPLIES PlllJliS1lL'l'S of Pagrfs Ammlaled Ohio linda 52-I Malin Slreel Main 7238 CINCINNATI, OIIIO FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER if me Q QAM jzfejgfnci 6,8762-izbns 425 Wdin Simci, Ghc1h11di1Q0 Phones--Main 8181, 8182 wxskb-m6.w4g' Lml I Visit . . . . STEWART KIDD'S 1.0m-ly New Depurlmenl uf Rare Books Fine Bindings Autograph Letters, Old Prints, Etc. Where you will Gnd an exceptionally fine and appropriate setting for the many treasures displayed. Should it be a Wedding, Birthday, Christmas or other occasion, you will find here Gifts of great individuality. From our deparlnlenl ol' engraving, Wedding AIIHOIIIICCIIICIIIS, Invilns lions, Receptions and At Home Cards. WIien.ordering your Socinl Slalinnery, il is well Io l'L'lIl0IllIJ0l' that we have all the clmrlning accessories. TEWART IDD H l S Q Booksellers, Stationers, Engfcwers M ' Sl rt-, mme shop, ,xvmlanle sump, ll F' I Fourth SI. llll Dlxlc 'l'vl'lnilml 3118 llvulliml llml. ERET Card Tables Folding Chairs White Linen Covers I-land-Painted Covers Very Illoderalc Charge for Rental AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY Plant 8-The Model Laundry Co. CANAL 1923 3 vii? COMQCOME' WMM, ,em - Desnsrl test s s ,. DA f VV 'T No 'December Wi l 4 X v - X t 3-Helen Gregory contradicts her father in S G 9 x 4 3 class. Why, Helen! IIIINN 4' G-Betty Cook rc-entcrs social world after two 7- Sl... 10- ll- 13- 1-1- 16- 18- 19- ycnrs of inactivity. Diner: "No, no, like this-first make an cgg snnilwich " Sis Vnlcntiner comes bnck to help thc K. D.'s rush. Chi 0's hold a Pan Hellenic Duncc-. Delta Zetas hold n Pan Hell Dnncc. Sigma Sigma Summons. Engineers choose Mary Lon Collom as their sccrct passion. Pi Delta Epsilon gives the cnll to ri few embryo nnthors and an lol of printers' dummies. Basketball Bearcats give Rio Grnnrlc the nir-thc foul nir. Waiter flu cookl: "An egg sandwich." 20-Shapely undergraduates model Rollman's new silhouette dressesi . . . .t'56.90. 21 - Dclts give backwards party to aid Hill- L A--V mines. EQLHBQOK If " .gy at W 23 -- Lam Chi's nlxvnys ahead, start a New Yenr's fl brawl. f ' A S ,Q ' i ff ..s- fm W , X is iff! 4 1 'V I Y y..l,,,5,....,g:1tlW5 M, N 360 "The Best Book of the Month " HIS book we are talking about is written in figures-Aa language everybody understands. The story is so simply told and so readily comprehensible that illustra- tions are unnecessary. The figures, however, paint beautiful pictures of travel, vacation. automobiles, homes, and no end of things you long for. The book has not been reviewed by literary critics, but it has the hearty endorsement ot' everybody who possesses it, which includes people in about every walk of life. There are not many pages in it. but it is chock full of meat. You never will possess a book that you will prize more. The title ot' this book is "The Bank Book." Your very destiny depends upon your having one. Once you own it you can add and add to the story, and with each addition it gets more interesting. To top it all, each addition you make brings you more returns per pen scratch than is cn- joyed by the best-paid novelists. The book is free every day in the year at the PROVIDENT. All you need do is make a slnall deposit. Stop in at the home office or at any of the eleven convenient branches at your first opportunity. XVe never run out of them. THE Home Oftice: Seventh and Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio ELEVEN CONVIENIENT BRANCHFZS 361 Ilanuary Yrs, wc brokr ours ulrcanly, loo. 8-Winning Plllllllilll' holds Howling: l':u'ly lo glonl over viulorirs. 10-Blanche Rnh- says she is going lo givr lhr Myslics ai dinner. I3-Musical Cnlnrdy lry-ouls, :lnil how they try. Dinvr: "No, no, no! Not :in ogg S1llldXVil'h.n 15-Mnryhcllc brooks down on Frooim-'s Sh0lllll0l'Q our wary of making il. I7-Curry In-gins vnlling 8:30 4-lalsscs. I8-Tolly slill :nhnosl nprighl. 21 -Hlainrllc Rule says she is going ln give lhc Mystics a dinner. 22-,lanlir Moorv brings Kappa Doll xnrlnhcrship lo fonrlrcn. Any nmrc? 23-Morlnn Brown hrrnks lhv rm-cnril for coming onl :ilivv from llllllllllllhilll awvillolils. .2-I-Snrorily rnshccs pound lhr hooks. 25-Counter Man: "Hold ilml Egg sandwich." Eli-Iisnxns approach. McMickcn deserted. Joe rovivws his l:lhol'allory course in mopology. 27-Oh, for lho honor sysloln. 362 Lord Jwifey fn the oldep dgys wood engravings placed nobility ln the foreground. Today the .H1n1uulDepafrlme11f of yhi' Repfo fg1g'rqvlhg'Cb. makes possible the ai- tractnve plctorxal message throughout thxs book 20 'f gfxczlfzsszzfzfsf 7541 Repro Engraving Co.,H31w3znaliW:b. 363 Z wxkf lsr ' - f l W T "1 WN Tebruary li-Lani Cl1i's New YCHIJS brawl hreaks up. ' ' I Awolhnq 1'-he PCSUHS' ll-Hank Owens threatens the Cineinnalinn Stall' with reorganization. lil-Eleanor Douglass still determined to he a Pnn Hellenic girl. Eater: "Then make a ham sandwich." 17-Last week ot' "assoeinting',l Thank llcnvenl It w0n't he long now. t8-Dave Eckert and Martha Davies mliscnvereil holding hands, and are severely reprilnandeal by Mary Liz. 19-Artie Sohn stops talking about the Valentines he reeeived. Flatfonl Qto cookj: "A ham sandwich." 20-Paul Clrisehy and Edith Johnston slill sticking it out. 22- Last mnn up at l".A.D. mlnnce writes his name on wall. 25 -Sig Alphs serrnaulo 'l'ri Dell rush party. Perhaps thnI's the reason. 26-Glen Scott is now yclepl "The Boy Who Made Good" in Sigma Chi. 27-Shriner begins smiling on potential prom queen voters. V 0 28-The Soph Hop helps maintain the reputa- aww' Q tion of school dances at U. C. Hnrklow and Moore get crowned. . . . fag RZ 364 Ifvdgfffg 4 1 .,. ,.,. ,O 'E 5 University of Cincinnati A Municipal University and a National Institution I'Imuu.-IN SCHNEIDER, Sc.D., President Comprises the Following Colleges and Schools: GRADUATE SCHOOL of Arts and Sciences. McMICKEN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS with tuulergraduate courses in Arts and Sciences, Extension Courses, and Eve- ning Classes. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Including Elementary, .lunior and High School Teaching, Hygiene and Physical Education. Kindergarten, llnme Ero- nomies, Sehool Music, Sehool Arts, Vo- eational liduratinn, and Graduate Degree l'rouranis. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE with unsurpassed opportunities for lnedieal training in one of the inost com- plete teaching units in the United Statesg founded 1810. SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH with courses leading to thc diploma of Graduate Nurse and the degree of liaehelur of Science. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMMERCE with eo-operative courses in Aeronaut- ieal,, Civil, Itleclianical, Chemical, Elec- trical, Commercial, and Geological En- gineering: Evening Classes in Colnnieree, Engineering, and Applied Arts. SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS Oll'ering courses, some of a cu-operative nature, in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Decoration, Cer- amics, and Applied Fine Arts. COLLEGE OF LAIV Cincinnati, Law School, now in its ninety- seventh year. Suuuuer Session .luue I7 lo .lilly 30, 1930. SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION Including programs in Food and Nutri- tion, Child Care and Training, Home Economics for the Teacher, and Home Economies in Business. SUMMER SESSION Two terms oll'ere1l by the Colleges of Liberal Arts and liilueation, starting June 21 and .Iuly 20, 1030. For Announcements of Colleges, Requirements for Admission, and General Information, Address: TI-IE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS University of Cincinnati 365 gm mcmw wx oocA , ,' My , 7 march liaskelball leam, nnieh lo Mianii's despair. Kappa landslide. 3- E wan? 5-liirlsl slill walk Ia lnile for John Griililhs. Nol mme, l long 1. W X i , l Y f - - - illll X I -March roines in like a lion and so does our l ..... 1- x -f UYClISlUllll'l'2 "Hell, no! Nol a halo sandwich." 10- Porler and Powell slarl brawl over who shall lake Iloky home from Nusieal Comedy rehearsal. ll -Hanson put on l'i'oni l'llIlllllinl'k' so lhal Miller will allend lhe nleelings. I3--Sara Belle Brown gives Toinmie Pierson lhe dope on how lo grow wilhoul giving up Luekies. - ,. . . . . . l I-l -Junior l'ronl. l.I'.A. s Jusl eonlilnl horrow enough arllvily hooks. l I5-All lhe Irish expand loday. Larry Levi appears with green socks. Barlendel' llo kilehenl: "Hold lhal hani sandwich." IS-The Woinan's .Xlhlelie organizalion voles ilsell' the inost inlluenlial and inspiring group on lhe campus, "IIaveo'l we produeed 'C' girls for ages?" Ill-Seandal Sheel drags oul sorority skelelons. 20 - Charles hihernales. 21-Ulex presenls llarkness wilh gahhoon. 23 - lioih liverell pronounced lhe heallhiesl Freslnnan. "I owe il all lo Camels," she says, deniurely. 25-"C" Club Carnival Freaks frolie. 27- Phi Dell house lxarraraded hy sewer pipes. 2ll--Customer: "Then when yon have lhe ham and egg sandwiches inaiie-" SARABLME 30 -The Track Team don their spring roinpers Q ix and play ealeliers in Burnet Woods. 6 31 -Al Bode begins lo sober up from New YL-ar's V eseapades. S , A N Y Iii, mhgm 14 44.4. i '..' i- 3 iiiii, WEEE 366 Shipley's ,- R In YW IL.:-K I 72 the AfIlfZl7"QJ 'IIIl0l'0 will be a time when you will be the leaders in sonic profession or industry. As the future lenders you will be interested to know that Cincinnati holds the position of world leadership in the manufacture and marketing of machine t0OlS-fl basic industry. Praleticatlly an entire Ill2lllllf2ICilll'Il'lR sltop can be equipped with tools that are made in Cincinnati and vicinity. lt is significant that The Cincinnati Milling ltlztehine Cotnpuny :Intl its associate eoxnpany, Cincinnati Grinilers, IllCOl'DDl'ilIClI, are leaulers in their ticlrls of milling and grintling. Sueh lezulership is deserving of your continued Obser- vation. lt is worth your time to visit our plant and sec for yourself this orgntiizatioll of Inen, meth- ods, :Intl machines. Lenders today-equipped for tomorrow! THE CINCINNATI MILLING MACHINE CO. CINCINNATI. 01-IIO. U. s. A. Over lil nvres ot' llum' spuei- itvvotmt oxelnstvvly to the llllll1ttt'tIt:ltll'e nl' milling Innchln:-s nntl eul- ter Ilrlnders. CANDIES MADE WITH Lovins 9""5 MuI.v.txNE's2 :F An I: Al W. 4th St. Cineinnuti CINCINNATPS LEADING CONFECTIONERS FOR S2 YEARS ...... . 3' Q LUNCIIIZONS DAINTILY SERVED An institution devoted entirely to the increase of gzliety iII student life. An eating plnec to which every visit after gradttzttion will bring pleusnnl memories of glorious sehool Iluys. A nnnle ot' whieh we t'tl'L' justly proud. SI1ipley's Coffee Shop Grill McMillan nl U. C. DIAMONDS - NVATCHES 5 JEWELRY LEATHER GOODS - LUGGAGE SILVERXVARE TIIOPI-IIES - MEDALS e CUPS FllA'l'l'IllNl'l'Y .I EWELIIY GYO The Oskamp N olting Company 2ti-28-30 XVI-st Seventh Street CINCINNATI, OHIO Protection and Infvestment for YOUNG MEN AND NVOMIEN Also opportunity lo learn at protitnlmle IIIISIIIUSS For int'orxnalion write. phone or call Till-I OHIO NATIONAL LIFE INS. CO. 229 EAST SIXTH ST. - CINCINNATI, 0. Ilny Hodges, Mgr. Home Otliee. General Agency Z 1 ZZ :Z ffl' Tspril QW ,annum 1 ,- , ii , G bohn elected president of Student Cllllllbli f 4 QQ! 5 5 Xhntei I thought won told me not to mnkc ' Z 1' H 25,1 rl. ... 5, . 199 51 ,tm .1 X 25 W i 27- 4- 29- Tri Delts crack up on w Colloln back in circnlat -lton Crune shakes the "crush" letters. -News prints apology to - Owens visits the dentist Benux Arts Venetian lla -New political party fort Leach writes second acl Gaynmn appears in a ne NVQIISII, Brown and Tobi boy friends. Combines begin fight over Donn men On to the Dell Brawl. Grade system imposed o Tri Delis and T.P.A.'s e News prints an apology. ltlen's lilee Club wnlks illlllll fiom xvtSil'll'l l I COVER CASINGS sf as HIS BOOK IS CASED IN AN 511,511 S. K. SMITH COVER .... A COVER THAT IS GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY AND IS CRE- AT ED AND SMITHCRAFTED BY AN ORGANIZATION OF CRAFTS- MEN SPECIALIZING IN THE CRE- ATION AND PRODUCTION OF GOOD COVERS. WHATEVER YOUR COVER REQUIREMENTS MAY BE, THIS ORGANIZATION CAN SATIS- FY THEM. SEND FOR INFORMATION AND PRICES TO: S. K. Smith Company 213 INSTITUTE PLACE CHICAGO W -s .'9 bf. V N L.J Q: I S If may s - H f ' Y 451. I , 1-"Tosh" is vrownetl Queen of May. The 0 l . green-eyetl monster bites Xvilltllllilll. Ss. ff- 1 W f 2-Ruth Ovxxnun gets out her tennis racket and gives Pete Zinke :1 scare. 5-Custonu-r: "Thut's right, at hum :intl egg sandwich. Two of those." ti-Triangles pass anti-liquor nel. News straw vote mliselnses a moist institu- tion. ll -Waiter tto kitehenlz "Two hnni and egg santlwit'hes." I4-listlu-r Lulu-ns found in gutter near :I lionu--brew joint. 16-The Varsity boat ritle was zittenxletl by Third Street Annie :intl Central Avenue Bess. They both fell For the Ugly Man. Pi Alpha 0llliCl'0l'l Snnnnons. 19-Lucille Pnekelt indignant. "l almost hurl him myself," she sobs. 20-Junior Show. Admns nntl Owens llllD0l'St1ll1llk'tl for fourth consecutive year. 21-Bob Allison caught pieking daisies. See :i fortune teller, Bob. 22-Cook: "Two hznn and two egg SilllllNVlCllUST' Hotel Varsity lures althletie :intl fraternity nmteriail wilh one of those henn- tifnl Commons meals. X , . , 24-P.A.D.'s holtl :umllicr heel' swoggle. Il must he law! Qtifwnlker gels n free trip to Geneva. 370 ORGANIZED 1863 aw First National Bank CINCINNATI, OHIO ,AADGLH 1 A 1' I-'IIQSI X w,x'I'l0xM, ' ' II-XNK OFFERS A DIVERSIFIED SERVICE XVHICI-I INCLUDES SAVINGS DEPARTMENT COMMERCIAL BANKING TRUST DEPARTMENT REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT SECURITIES and INVESTMENTS FOREIGN EXCHANGE and TRAVEL DEPARTMENT Capital and Surplus Over Eleven Million Dollars 371 Seniors hugin looking Blum 2 - Blum- Books. 3-Wnilor: "No. two hum and c-gg saunl- wichcsf' :lrounml for positions. Dcciclc lo lnkc jobs. Law cclcliralcs thc passing of Owl-ns. Gnswcilcr, Adanns. Shoup. and Nic- lllflll. Seniors jinc the ulmrch. SL'lli0l'h 5llC'll Xltilflllf-I Seniors begin gclling , phony jewelry. iCllllll10llllll und rush Froshwonlcn. llnnnnoncl n-covers his green lzlsscls, C The Cup and Gown 0 nnlnillcu arrive nl school in cabs. Ah! Frirlaiy lhv lliirlconlli. Seniors throw dignity lo thu winds. C1rnlnuxncvlncnt Day! Cook: "'l'h:ll malkvs four." Black mhvcl Iigxlrcs with pzwulnnvnl rolls. RACIIETEER 372 . For accuraie, faiiliful and colonial reporling cj campus news . . . .For liberal and free discussion of campus and world affairs . . . .For inferesiing liierary reviews and campus humor . . . . For an economical ana' ceriain medium of reach- ing fhe Cincinnali college trade. JUCX, yxf THE UNIVERSITY NEWS THE CINCINNATI BEARCAT The Official Neu,'spapcrs of the Sludeuls , of the University of Cincinnali UREACHES EVERY STUDENT" Sulzscripliou Rates Two Dollars and Fifty Cents a Year. 373 .iff W ' 2, L' W if i . 53194 A " ' 1 fi ff: 49562 ' x .I-,Fig Q Q .KH J, f I N f 1 X tx , Q xx G 1 . f, !., .L X x 5-12.-, .1 . . -ji , . i 1 Tl-ll! ATHLETE One of the tirst requisites of nn athlete is good looks and plenty of women. He does not have lo know anything about the gauue if he makes a good appearance nn the field or gym Ilonr. If he has at least one easily injured knce and a weak stmunch he can easily arouse the sympathy of the fair sex, and, after all-what else counts? S1 V ,. - 'l'llli l'0I.l'l'lClAN The iirst neeessity for a politician is u party. Good hack-slapping technique helps, but the greutest asset of all is the dogged spirit nf do or die persistence. Intelligence is a great handicap. A general knowledge of the fraternity situation at Kenyon, where the boys really do things, is ,M-.,.,, r 4 , 'I'..-: 1' .Q LZ, 5 , Q . rv " 21115144 is Q' praet ieally -ef t , ".' V 7 .1 'u-:' J 151 ,'..A. il u: l.stJ,'x, Q 'lom 7 'ii iifif' ,ff , ' Jffif SCM, A , X ,,X mfg? 'NL 2 " , uf ' , :J Q I . S Q , X I I S A . 4 , e 1 1 ' i' a ,, THE ACTOR An actor is a person who never will anmuut to anything on the stage, but who never opens a door without the gestures uf an Barrymore 0 I' never says "Good morning" without the most magnilicent flourishes. Ile knows at least two highly romantic and effective dcclaniations for use on any and all occasions. 374' ' Q Q 'l' IS just ll step, by telephone. to anyone, anywhere, any time. In telephoning your message, you deliver it voice to voice, so easily. you don't have to worry about "VVhnt shall I write." Evening rntes are lower on "tele- phone to telephone" calls to out ot' town points. The Cincinnati and Suburban ell elephone ompany gilllllll 56 'QQ'-5 5 -a 3 F 6 ',z"l1mgu.N09r 375 v 1 Tllli RATIZR The rater must have boundless enthusiasm to rarry her over the rough spots. Diseretion must only he an small part of vuloi' and that certain indetlnable something-it, them or those-must be present. Above all else she must not be bur- dened with grey mutter for fem' she fail in sym- pathy and awed admiration. f L 7 if IK , 43. - , R 'l'llli l'OI.l'l'lClAN A good politician among the l'airei' sex is ex- tremely rare. There may he some who have reputations as politieians, but that is just what must not lie. To get hy any dirty work a woman must raise u banner on which is blazoned in huge letters, "liQUAI.I'l'Y, FRA'l'ERNlTY, AND .lUS'I'lClil DOWN WITH POLITICS!" ygdylliy- 61 Pglrksfiiiz v DOWN' POLITICS fi WITH! il ix 3 g-'S l Mo.. , IN It i ESA t l ' mi Av. 'I l xl 'Q 'l'l'lli ll USl'lI2ll ll is absolutely essential that the rusher be ex- perienced, and it has been found that less than four years' training is insullieient. Accordingly she must be imbued with the ideal of HIGHER education and return for that extra year. She must be the kind ot' girl who impresses the pure :md innocent Freshman at first glanceg and. above all, she must be kind to her grandparents and love dumb animals. 375 DEAR Rmniza: This is a little puzzle. We are describing the advertisement for "the best danee of the year." It is either the Junior Prom, Bt-aux Arts Ball, Sophomore Hop, Freshman Reception, Co-op Struggle, Ulex Brawl, Senior Hop, Military Bawl, or International Club dance. You QIICSS. "Plans for the biggest and best danee ever held on this campus are already well under way. L. If. Heungemaeht, General Chairman, promised us that this will be the biggest social event ol' the year. In fart, there are only a few tiekcts left, so you better buy them now or you won't get in. "The hottest band in town iso hot they wiltedt will syncogzate and elucidate and perpetuate the harmonic niedleys that delight the hearts o all terpsirhorean advocates. Here is a rhanee to trip the light fantastic to the kind nl' hand you'lI never hear again. "'I'he. gym will be so decorated that it will be unreeognizahle. You will think you are in Mchalley's Emporium on thc Friday night before the big blow-ont. Anyone who can guess where he is will be given a free trip around the school. "The big event ol' the evening will be the crowning of the Queen ot' Sheba and her unfortunate spouse. This will. pick out the most popular girl and man' in the sehool, and, of course, politics will have nothlnito do with it. Everybody will have a ehanee to frown them, and whoever ma es the best job of it will rect-:ve a solid gold loving-cup, guaranteed to hold out under anything but wood a ro to . "Everybody in the school who is ANYBODY will be there, so you'lI just have to COIIID. If you don't, it means you haven't got school spirit, three hueks, or a date. "Allez-oop!" CXFXFX, DI EAT .flfifb f f '?WXx- sxxnwu HES - sAL.xns tfggpiggai-' 5?ixQi3,2JQ,3, smscnu. 1.UNc,HEoNs msrnms Z can nati -l5e I fr ff wtf., W ,WX rr.A'r'rsa DINYI as IOUYI IIN SERVICE if -: gy - ew 75c I5 EAST SIXTI-I S'I'III-II-YI' :: opposite Palace Theater man I-Inhn :ml-1-mf O ur. stdin, c Dunst Ih xlbtno Commnt-nn 0 e e 0 -Ulillallllvflvl ont- of the on-in-st mtanwt-a schools of Home In Amt-I-lea Illghest standards nmtnmtnen .tl-na faculty or intcrnntlolull I-epamtien PRACTICAI. EDUCATION FOR CARISIEII till CUl.'l'URIi IN MUSIC AND DRAMA - Opera, Orchestra and Chorus PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC DEPARTMENT-ACCREDITED COURSES LEAD T0 DEGREE, DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE Ihc Collegt of Music, fronting on new Central Parkway, also with entrance at 1227 Elm St., is COIIXLIIICIIIIN loeatedg easily reached from any part of the eity or suburbs. KI I II I ITE!! NVITII TIIE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI tftlellllwr Nltllulml Assoelntlon nl' Schools OI' Itllla-ICI D0l'UlI'10llX SEND FOI! YEAR IilIOK- Atltlrrss RII Comnulltlratiuns to the College ul' Mllslt of tlnululmll 377 3' HERE IS Fltlilllfllftltili. lle made the gosh-awful mistake of coming to school to get an education. lt didn't take long to reform him, although he still wears striped B.V.lJ.'s. l.X.E. says they've put up with worse. Mayhelle was once young and innocent, but now she knows better. To prove the weight of her eighteen odd summers, she never parts her lips when she slniles, so her eyes become dark pools of mystery. They say that she is good- looking-if you see her face. Inez is the activity girl, and the last prayer ot' Alpha Chi Omega. She never bothers with men because she has more important things to do. She is on every committee that has been started in the Liberal Arts college, because no chairman is going to risk poison in his cottec. Tile graduating elass is thinking of donating a pillar to help support the school when she is gone. Herman is an engineer, and still hasn't chosen between suicide and murder. A big and brawny man is he, with arms like iron hands from swinging a pick on Vine Street. He will break fl0Wll and date any woman who has ber own car, plenty of giggle-water, and the price of a movie. lt's on account ot' him that the book-store started changing its discount system, because the clerk got nervous when Herman asked for stamps. Gilda, Delta Zeta, attends the Applied Hearts college, where it is rumored that a girl can get by without overworking herself. Thornell has done her archi- tecture, Driscoll turned in her design, Alan Walsh has managed all tier themes, and she Ilgures that if she can get something on one ol' the professors to blackmail him, she might get through yet. Estelle is just naturally athletic. VVhen she swings her arms, tier sleeves break at the elbow and all the weather vanes turn the other way. Estelle can run taster when she secs a man than any other girl in school. The Alpha Gam's still can't get over how lucky they were to get ber. Kenneth is the most important man of the football team, and so has the welfare of his Alma Mater at heart that he is considering thinking out so he can help the team another year. lt is mainly through his elfort that the team has won so many moral victories. He really can't help it if the women insist on worship- ping him. He onee eontldcd to a News reporter in a moment ot' weakness that the reason the football team ain't no good is because some ol' them ain't us Sig Alpbs. Bill is editor ol' the News. What Bill? Oh, What's the dill'erenee? All good editors are Lambda Chi's named Bill. For example the dynasty of Neiman, Ham- mond, Leach, Fetiek, and Horstman. "We pick our boys according to ability," the News editor was credited with saying. "lf it swims we have it." The activi- ties and alumni ot' Lambda Chi Alpha still turn a sickly green when someone mentions the rumor that the News might be banned. Oswald isn't quite sure why he wasn't president ot' the Senior Class unless it's because be's a Beta. However, he wants it understood that it wasn't his fault, as he did not know better at the time. Oswald will get you any job from chief can-opener in the Commons to President of the whole darned university it you vote for him. lt he stays at sehool long enough. and the profs hold ont, he may have a good ehance yet. Penelope is the school's best-dressed woman. She modestly admits that she is always twenty-four hours ahead ol' Paris tlienluckyl. She is red when the rest of thc world is while, and when femininity in general turns red, she develops an aeute ease of sunburn. Penelope has ten hats for any dress. and can name whatever eolor you are thinking about before you can eotlnt ten. She is the 'I'ln-ta's best drawing card. 378 Your Future Success depends on your abilily to savo. ll' you have not started on the ihrifi road io finalncinl success. hike the first slap now hy opening an account in this hunk INTEREST 0 ON SAVINGS Sam' In lmurn I.f'ru'n Io Sum' The Western Bank SL Trust Company Twelfth and Vim' Stn-vis, Cincinlmii, Ohio ' 1:l.lF'1'0x llIilGlI'I'S lumxcn .xi lmglu-5 1:0-ni-r mln-m .Xu-:nw und Mrhllllun sm-1-1 BOND llll,Ii IIILXNIZH l'u1ldnrk Ruud amd Cllllflllwliu 379 ' minutes of Sorority meetings WWa9WW99uWa9 DELTA DELTA DELTA Supper meeting. Layer absent. Keller announced that she was now rating again as she was going to the Sigma Phi Eta dance with the president of the chapter. Layer walked in and was greeted with the shout HWhere have you been?H At this she ran to the mirror and, fixing her hair. asked UWhy?H After an hour or so meeting was called to order with Keller and Wilson in the kitchen washing dishes. Wilson remarked that second semester pledging was hell with no pledges to do flunkey work. Gregory said that all her activities had been in vain since Walker got the Geneva fellowship. Miller suggested that something be done about the situation in the Cincinnatian office as there were only four Tri Delt editors. Rule volunteered to give jobs on the News to any sisters who had no place to bum. It was voted to accept the offer as the place was being filled up with Kappas and Thetas. Meeting was adjourned so that Layer could finish her date. caps ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Opening of meeting found Sister Walker teaching Sister Lueders the Mystic chant. Sister Lueders wired Sister Davies in St. Louis to prepare an acceptance speech for the future president of W.A.A. Sister Walker remarked that the chapter was paying too much attention to athletics and suggested that they start training some more Geneva fel- lows. Sister Rump announced that she was going to be married and the meeting was adjourned to look over the unfortunate man. 4'-fqii-7 ALPHA DELTA THETA Meeting dropped open. The president called for a list of chapter activities. By ll o'clock Sees had gotten half way through hers and the meeting was adjourned until the next Monday night. enpv ALPHA OMICRON PI Sister Hollenberg remarked that although the tong was yet in its infancy on the Cincinnati campus that they really have something to brag about while she was in school and besides they had a good alumnal organization. It was suggested that taxicabs be sent after the rushee for the formal meeting adjourned to consult Zumstein low rates. 380 5 Y l 4 Q f,n ,,,,-,,,, 3l KAPPA DELTA President Crippen opened the meeting with a dissertation on scholarship and meekly suggested that she be taken as an example. Roll call found half the chapter present floud oheersj. Sister Valentiner suggested chloroform for use on pledge day. Sister Lukens moved that the chapter journey to Hartwell to bring Jamie Moore back to school as the social standing was on the decline since Heintz left, Sister Collum reported that she was still in activities as she attended all Lambda Chi dances. Sister Oexman said that the school was still running even though Sis Valentiner had graduated. Everyone was so stunned that further meeting was impossible so everyone staggered out. wap: KAPPA ALPHA THETA After some delay about seven Thetas dragged in from the PhiDelt house so it was possible to open meeting. Sister Brown thought that it would be a good idea to have Honey Ballantyne take all the freshmen to lunch on silence day. Sister Harder objected. Sister Runck suggested that Sister Hoffman use her influence on Bill Hammond to get some Thetas jobs on the News next year. Sister Harder objected. It was moved that Sisters Pfleger and Bardes be pressed into service to impress the Freshmen, Sister Harder objected. Sister Ballantyne moved that the meeting be adjourned and that the rest of the meeting be held at the PhiDelt house. Sister Harder objected. Exit en masse. cnpv CHI OMEGA Opening of meeting was delayed for some time while Shriner talked about Dave. President Foster finally had her gagged. Sister Hayes moved that something be done about the competition that K. D. was offering in rushing and a committee was appointed to find some means of putting an end to it all. Kay Montgomery gave a report from the matri- monial committee and suggested that the chapter take some action in the case of the two sisters who were not even engaged. Sister Tackenberg suggested that Lam Chi come to their aid. Meeting was adjourned to consult Helen Harkness on the sister question. wiv KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Six-thirty found President Wehmann pounding madly on the table for order. There was a discussion as to whether influence could be brought to bear on the committee so that Cook could get the Geneva fellowship as that would be one thing that Kappa could boast about. Sister Breese suggested that since Gebhardt had been put on the Mystic Honor Roll that she might get into at least one activity. It was moved by Sister Guetlein that West and McConnell be given Kappa manuals so that they could start training the Freshmen early. Pete Zinke moved that Mary Adelaide Allison give a bridge party for Freshmen as that would give the tong one more party. Meeting was adjourned to give instructions to said Freshmen. 382 Ask the 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 fifth 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 Eve Nationalzidvertisersyou may think of. It is entirely probable that we serve three out of five, if not all. They also know that "WE CO-OPERATEH The RAPID ELECT ROTYPE COMPANY Eleclrotypes v Aluminotypes 1 Slereotypes Wood Flong Mats CINCINNATI New York, 200 Fifth Avenue Detroit, 205 Kresge Building Chicago, 602 Monadnock Building is exist' 1? pk KITS: ,. Lv Juiifgiglzgzi' 'S-iffggzzvzi. , , '- ,"'rf,?', , viii ,3fH'r1v?5f' .' , i -, 15-,YJ5flM'21EE,"' 'E :ik - 'f .. A, ,X ,1-'z .lieu i .LPM 11 rf V vw.: We . ,, . i X ,, , . . A- -v K W 'Lam . fgf,f1:',':i',f..we:f f f- J ' , .3 2, ,H L, ,X - ,Q U 5. .if 5 Q ,ggts vg , ygfgase gag i z Q: 5. 4+ f e .sez ' -, 54 55 - Z. , e.'-'-:?Tv- - s--4-21-'-A-'-'fees ii's-1111 , ,fggigp'f '? .A .sam :z--1:1151 :1 as i :: mn. '-'-- ' .... ' - -- . 1 -"1--r. ' ' 'e ff 'ig' SWE E!!! FEE mmm um El ' ii'fi!l',,e1El Q, '- '- -- +- :'lf"1ff'f W:-'rf'1 ziffufiw q:rm::'::m :rn-:n-1 --1, vi ,'f1-irlw M seams, :ai :mm F -W. -ee "' "-L 1--H4 Env , ' lg! 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DYFN , ALPHA CHI OMEGA Mary Liz Davies announced that her Sister would be a Mystic next year and that the chapter had better begin getting some Sophomores in activities as there must never be a year without a Mystic from Alpha Chi Omega since she had gotten in over the dead bodies of two K.D.'s. Kay Townsley asked Alice Boyle whether she rated with the Lambda Chi chapter since she and Leach wrote the Musical Comedy together. Melba Phillips announced that Grace Fels and Virginia Haller were going to turn down Kappa bids and join the throng of worthy sisters. Cffi-7 THETA PHI ALPHA Meeting fell open. Sister Layne moved that the fifty-seven rushees who did not make their grades be dropped from the rush list. There was a heated argument about the rule that barred St. X men from voting for Prom Queen and the chapter despaired of having their fourth Prom Queen. The rest of the evening was spent in trying to decide what was to be done now that there would be no Theta Phi Alpha in Mystic next year. enpw ZETA TAU ALPHA Meeting opened with songs led by Sister Gillette, of Glee Club fame. Sister Rose moved that Sisters Hanauer and Herbst be invited back for tea and as long as they could stay, as she had gotten a dirty jip from the faculty by being put on pro which left the Sisters out of activities. Sister Schorr remarked that she guessed that it did not matter whether or not Sister Atkinson got married as the tong still had one of the six most beautiful girls in school anyway. Sister Gillette moved that the chapter pay less attention to beauty since Sister List got married anyhow and what they really needed was one or two promising athletes. t I 384 SUNSIFII THE VITAL , Ultra-Violet Rays are produced in great numbers by the MERCURY QUARTZ LAMP AI u Prive Within lim Reach of Everyone The Uviare Quartz Ultra-Violet Lamp radiates more than mere warmth. Its broad. pleasant beam relaxes tired muscles, invigorates the system-builds up the hotly resislanee against colds and sickness as does the sun. Summer vitalitr and that healthy tan are the re- sult nf daily exposure tn this new Ultra- Violet Generator. In bedroom, bath, living room, nursery -any room, in faet-at any time, for young or older folk. Only the same care need he exereisetl in its use as with aetual sunshine in summer. Ask Your Doctor THE MAX WOCHER SL SON CO. sraulcal. INS'l'RUMIiNT MAKERS "fi , 29-Ill West Sixth Street ' Cineiunali. Ohio t Tl l ,. THE POLL K TEEL COMPANY MllllLlI'ilUIlll'0l'S ol' Pollalc Hail Steel Bars and Shapes for Industrial work and Pollalf round and square CICf0l'llI0lI eunerete reinforcing bars 3325 3523 p General Olliees: - - Temple Bar Building W NVarehouse: Carthage, - - - Cineinnali Mills ------- - Marion. Ohio French-Bauer ICE CRE for Social ffairs Certainly no hostess need hesitate lo include French-Bauer Ice Cream on her menus. She may rest assured that it will prove acceptable to more ol' her guests than any other single dish. Order from your nearest dealer nr call CANAL 5880 Oriqinal Qoundcr D Gellar Member of'?uI'iiZ fbayue 'Hhs Wurilifcaguc Ebe Sao, l17ise'3Fool lA lnnuuscripl has recently been round which is supposed to have been the work of one J. Jester Jarlrs, a moronic old serlvener, said to have lived in the eleventh century. The portion olrered here appears in Book Seven, Canon Three. The complete work is soon to he published under the title --nerore the nays or Floating soup." n should be remembered tliut much of the elmrm and nniveic 01' the original is lost in lrnnslatiolhl .af S TWILIGHT DHSCENDED, Peregrinne led Marv Valeria to a high place on the turret and bade her look down on Zephantia. Over all this would she be queen, he had said. But Mary Valet-in was ineredulous. Why should she believe the prophecy of a court jester? For a fool. Peregriune was, a fool. Mary Valeria smiled to herself. Irony that the hunch- baek should so love ber. Ironical more! had she been in love with him. So she looked on him and pitied him. thinking she understood. "No, Pere- grinne, no. lt is not to be. Never can l be queen of the festival while that the house of Gorillis plots against us." Peregrinne only shrugged his deformed shoulders. His eyes narrowed. "My Lady, the morrow shall tell!" And he turned. Mary Valeria caught his hand and pressed it. Then she was gone. 'Passion horn of loneliness became loneliness reborn of passion. Peregrinne'remained standing on the turret. Long and long he gazed after her. Then his glance returned to the scene beneath him. Tomorrow was the festival in honor of the natal day of Kent-lm, batchelor prince of all Zephantia. The little town and the highroads leading to it were alive with activity-gay knights riding into the courtyard. their horses filling the castle stables, their eortegcs overcrowding the village inns, And the-old tale relates how that Giles had come out of Dexter for the occasion. And there was Cadwalladcr, the bel- li crent, t'rom purple Aubrey-strnm, as well as Elbert and Egbert, the brothers vidio had vanquished the Hillarians, and many others whose names have long been forgot, since no hards sang of them. So the jester mused. And he stroked his knavish chin. tContinued on page 3891 Q ' The Miller Jewelry Co. In .tynprecialion to the l"1'alerniIies and Societies nf me Universily al Cincinnati ooorroa Now that School emblems are to become mem- ories, we want you all to remember that we 01I'er you and your friends our services as designers and makers of platinum, gold and diamond jewelry. 089089 Greenwood Building Sixth at X7illC CINCINNATI Phones, Avon 3116 Avon 6480 The J. H. Fielman . Dairy Co. Paxteurized Milk R Cream HIGH GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS Q E S T E R WSPAPER IO Newspaper Specialists NOXV IN OUR NEXV MODERN QUARTERS 22 East Twelfth Street GYJGWO COMPLETE ADVERTISERS' SERVICE swf.-we Repl'odlu'lio11s of Newspapers for Special Direct Mail IVOrk 04.9904 2519 Vine Street Cincinnati, Ohio WE PRINT THE "NEWS" AND MBEARCAT' N KEEPING WITH THIS POLICY of the Cineinnatian to be of interest to all groups, we publish herewith the whereabouts of some of the alumni of recent y0!ll'S. Kenneth Gould and his wife and child are in Washington, mingling with Capitol society-anyway they are in Washington. There are current rumors ot the engagement of .lane Dcserisy and one of our prominent athletes. It is to he hoped that this will be tlte last. Toni Clifton is not an alumni, bttt he should be. As for the Chi-Omega-Lambda Chi alliance-it was cemented more tightly last fall when Betty Sykes roped in one nt' the brethren. And then there is the ease ot' Kay Montgomery-not to be daunted by her sister, she tinally got Norman Auburn to swallow hook, line and sinkcr, and she is planning to become a housekeeper as well as an M.A. student next year. Bill 'Taylor has at last found expression for his talents. They say that Dick Farrell has acquired a house, lot, job and Packard car for life, incidentally annexing a wife. Gintcr and Wiggers, still in the wilds of Europe, as yet have been unsuccessful in tinding any stray counts or dukes who are looking for attractive American girls. Anyhow, Ginter still likes Iliek Franz. Eleanor lleuek, not satisfied with having elevated the standards of the Uni- versity while she was here, is now shedding her benign intlucnce over the deal' little children at Hull House, Chicago. Al Mayer has tut'ned school teacher. Heaven help the pupils! Mary Bake has managed to take time ntl' front her business to elean up campus politics somewhat. Doctor Ben L. Bryant is at last really practicing medicine. Mr. Charles Seymour Adams is president ot' the Mid-West Student Federa- tion. hut the estate still remains unsettled. Mr. Mottern is telling the world why Crosley leads the field. Miss McCue is telling the world why Mottern leads the tleld. Mr. I'IlllllllIll'l4:S is practicing law. Miss Sharkey is practicing. Dorothy Lewis is receiving at one ot' Cineinnati's well-known dry goods ctnporiums. Fritzi May is receiving. The whereabouts ot' Mr. Fred Berger is quite a mystery. lt is understood that Evans Chattteld has returned to the hills of Kentucky. Edie May Lannners is married tand isn't that a reliefl. Mary T.'s first book, "How to be Happy Though Married," will soon bc re- leased. Dot Carothers is introducing the new art to l'0gue's. Ed Levi, after living in high style for seven or eight years a la Musical Comedy, is now starving to death on the money he can make ns a lawyer. Ruth Thorp ,is not directing the World Peace Foundation yet. In a few more years Betty Cook will graduate and then she will be entitled to space in this column. 388 COOPERATI E SCCIETY of the UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI '-rfzsactv' Headquarters for Student Supplies bmw COME TO US FIRST AND THEN COMPARE PRICES ttlonlinued from page 387l Would the family of Gorillis elect another of their mnnher to be queen- consort for the festival of the king's birthday? Not while Peregrinne drew breath. Too long had this darkness hovered over the land of Zephantia. For too lnany years had the Gorillis elected one who hore their inline to he queen. For it was the custom in those days for the knights who had won their golden spurs, to choose the fairest maiden in the land to sit at the king's right, on that day ol' days-a coveted honor in those times. This was the otllce that Peregrinne would have his lady win. But the odds were against her. A singularly prolific ancestor of the house of Gorillis had seen to it that his progeny were many, which progeny, Peregrinne retlected, having come by their golden spurs in diverse, shady and questionable manners, would annually swing the election to embrace one of their number, who, sad to say, was seldom as t'air or popular as she was holy. "Mary Valerian," Peregrinne spoke half aloud, "shall be queen. She is the fairest. She is possessed of all the virtues. ller fame is far spread throughout the kingdom. She shall be queen." H Slo saying, he hobbled away, humming thc mnsie ot' some old forgotten ba at . . . And it is narrated in old chronicles of the preparation that was made for the festival-the deer that were roasted whole. tie fruits ami vintages that were stored awaiting the birth celebration of the king, and the rare foodstuffs that were hrnught from thc Orient. The old tale tells further of the hands of jugglers and minstrels who had come out of far places, to entertain the noble company. For the good king had decreed that all stonld be so. When the veil of darkness had fallen over the country summoning all de- corous Zephantians to slumber. Peregrinne stole forth to the north wing of the castle wherein slept many visiting warriors. lloor after door he noiselesslv opened, room after room he entered, stealthily searched about, departing with swords emblazoned with the coat of arms of the Gorillis, marking whence hc took them. In one room the moonlight disclosed a likely looking wench curled up in the arms of a sleeping grand duke. ln another room only the snoring of a shaggy champion drowned thc clanking of a fallen sabre. But no time had llere- grinne to observe the distortions of sleep. Fast must he labor. A cock crew in the distance. The jesler worked on, carrying all the swords with him. and it was dawn ere he had come back to return them to their places. ltlontinued on page Btllt 389 ,- Lf-4 EE PROF CONFLEBENCE CLASS QV X ul 1. 15- igfQ Home THE C. J. KREHBIEL COMPAN PRINTERS BINDERS C 3 ENGRAVERS KUHEKGU' KISSEL- KILES BROADWAY and CENTRAL 314 Walnut PARKWAY . It Is Our Pleasure to Serve You ttlontinued from page 3897 Morning found the people in great spirits. All Zephantia took holiday. In honornuf the king, the great castle was thrown open to the populace, who tloeked in holiday attire to the vast hall of the Zephantian kings. The great room was paneled in gold leaf with streaks ot' delicate arabasques like the soft shadow ot' pearls on creamy feminine flesh, with tloor of smooth onyx-that it was a wonder to see and caused gasps at its loveliness. And the old manuscript tells of how that the king entered and made himself known to the people and sat himself on the throne of his fathers and demanded the voting commence. Q Those ol' the order of knighthood began to step forth from the crowd. Slllgly' they drew their gleaming blades, to lay them at their sovereigns feet and east their votes for their favorites. But when those who wore the armorial trap' pings ot' the Gorillis drew forth the swords from their scabbards, they were aghasl to behold the hilts fastened to swords nf lath. So they stepped not forward to present wooden swords to their prince, for such would have been an insult and a mockery, As each new wooden sword was withdrawn, thc crowd greeted it with seornful laughter. The visages ot' the Gorillis became grisly as the spirit of raillery caught on with the gathering. For sueh is the nature of laughter-that it can subdue where barbed words or keen edges faileth. When all who dared had voted, the ballots were counted, and lol Mary Valeria, the true maiden, had won. Great was the stir in the ancestral hall ol' the Zephantian monarchs. After a space, the beautiful Mary Valeria was brought forth, was eaparisoned in the royal purple, and was placed on the king's right. The good king himself set the crown of amethysts on her unmarried tresses while her praises were sung by blind bards from the east. She smiled on the glad company. But little gay was Peregrinne, the fool. Little did he enter into the merry making, but from a seeluded spot, through heavy lidded eyes, he viewed those who laughed aml danced and sang and knew their youth. Sleepless had been the past night for him. Sleepless, too, would be the nights for days . . . but not for him only. He yawned. Great was the feasting that day. Full many a llagon of ale and spiced wine was drunk to the king and his fair queen, for, indeed, was she not dazzling to look upon? All were happy and quite stutl'ed. So they made merry far into the softening hours. 391 ' 'imctionary Gwacwo A SORORITY: A group of superior females, each of whom is blessed with beauty, intellect, personality, hirth :nut untold wealth. l'I,IiDllli: The girl the rival sorority tried to get. PRIiSIDliN'I': A person privileged to emerge from vitriolic discussion and to change the snhis-et every time it becomes embarassing. ACTIVE: A person whose poeketbook resembles the eo-ops: she upon whose shoulders the universe rests. FACUI,'l'Y MIEMBER: One who religiously ilunks the members ot' her long. MOTIIIERS' CLUB: A elenring house where n mother learns that hers is not the only problem child. RUSIIING: A hnir-lmlling nmteh in which the longest tongue null the sweetest smile wins. TREASURER I A necessary evil. PAN ltlEt'ItESl2N'l'A'I'lN'E: Person who cam sluy nwuke thc longeslg someone with u good em' for dirt: :I tliplomnt who eau enter foreign territory with courage Compliments of a Friend C. C. Excellence in Every Detail GYOGYQ OSTONIAN FAMOUS SHOES FOR MEN mama 514 Vine Street :: Cincinnati listnblisheml lil Years v m. Mlller SL Son GENERAL CONTRACTORS C.-IRPISNTRY AND REINFORCED CONCRETE 1950 CIENTRAI. PARKWAY Ilrivnte Exchange: Cnuul -1735 Illnning Mill and Lumber Yard: 20l3-2025 Branch Street zunltnet. CINCINNATI :z z: OHIO CLIFTON PRICE HILL 3 MEALS A DAY SUNDAY DINNER STIER ' Pharmacies Particular U. C. Commons .bt GOOD Pl..-ICE FOR GOOD FOOD D T ugg ls ts l A GOOD I'I.ACIE T0 BIEET YOUR FRIENDS . . . Index to Advertisers . . . Page A American Linen Supply Cn. .... .... 3 59 Anderson Co., W. II ........ ,. .... 359 ll Bissinger Candy Cu. .,.... . . . . Bostonian Shoe Cn.. , ..... . . . . C Cincinnati Club . . . . .............,...4 . , Cincinnati Milling Machine Cu. ....,.... . , Cincinnati tk Suburban Bell 'Felcphane Cn.. Cheviot Building 8: Loan C0 .............. College nf Music ........................ Commons. U. C ........ Co-Operative Society . . Crain-on-the-Hill . . .... : il 1: Fielman Dairy . , . ..... .... First National Bank. .. French liros.-Bauer Co .... .... G Gralmtla Cartlens ........ .... Il Hummel Building Cn. ..... . . . . li Kissel-Skiles C0 .... . . Krehbiel Cu., The C. .I. l 359 392 392 367 375 355 377 392 389 393 am W! 389 377 393 391 391 RI Miller Jewelry C0,, The. . , Miller K Sun, Wm ...... . Xlullane Cn,, John ...........,. 0 Ohio Rational Life Insurance Cn... Oskamp Nulting Cn. ,.... ........ lx Pnllak Steel Co .... ............... Powell X1 Whi t v Page ...387 ...392 ...367 . . .367 . . .397 . .... 10. . 3:11 361 I ' ......................... Provident Savings Bank X Trust Cn., 'I'l R Rapid lileetrotype Cu., The ....... Repro Engraving Co ........ S Shipley's Sandwich Shop .... Smith Co., The S. li. ..... . .. Stewart-Kitlil Co. ....... . Stiel"s Plnlrlnaey . . ..... . U lfniversity of Cincinnati .... University News-Beareat . . . Il. S. Playing Card Cn. .... W Warren Co.,'I'he S. D. .... . . . Webb, W. Carson ..... , .... . Western Bank N Trust Co .... Western Newspaper Union. . . Woeher K Sun, .lax ..,.,... 383 363 . . .367 . . .369 359 , . .392 :xgs ...313 381 ...398 ...394 ...379 ...387 ...385 The 7 GJ,-f5SGi'55 O 1 D3V1d Hummel Building Co. Cut Stone Work Iiiick Masonrg MN CINCINNATI OHIO Crain ' Flowers In Distinctive Arrangements for all 1 Oeeasions 7 CORSACIES BRIDAL B0 UQUIZTS ARTI ST I C FUNERAL FLOWERS Q?"IYSSQ?l?'3 218 McMillan, West Phone: West 7691 XVII.I.AIIl7 Cn.xlN Fm-:n P101-In ei.-. Y- 301 our THE ESSENCE OF ACHIEVEMENT Portraits Photographic Illustrations Scenics - Groups 126 West Seventh Street Cincinnati, Ohio 2 .Z ft AX MW JWDNI f,t 'J M V W Q VI , NED. X N sf . x ji' - wli.N XHEPW ,xxmx V -1 gg? X ,I nn S M Mm VKX A V Y g X, 52 2 tifsiif steautnuswpygwgg - W - :aw - :K X ' M:-'ffm' A X . f--A------V M---sf 394 Acacia . . Advertisements . . . Allonier, ltulh . . Alpha Alpha Pi... . Alpha Chi Sigma . . Alpha Chi Omega . . Alpha Della Theta . Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Kappa Kappa . . Kappa Psi . . Omieron Pi . Tau Omega . Allliligillllilibti Order . . . . . . . American Commons Club ..,. Amer. lnsl. of Cheln. Eng. . . Amer. lnsl. uf Elec. Eng. . . Amer. Inst. of Mech. Eng. . . Anderson, llarry ........ Applied Arts Club . . Applied Arls .lournal . . Arnla, Clarence A. . . Arete . . ..... . . . Aspirants . . li Babeoek, R. George . . . Backmeyer. A. C. . . Baseball . . Basketball . . . . . . Beaux Arts Ball . . . Bela Gamma Sigma . . Beta Kappa . . . . . . Bela Theta Pi . . .. Blue llyllra Society . . Buckley. Catherine . . . C "C" Club . . ....... .. . Carlberg. Raymond . . Charles. C. Chester . . Chi Omega . . . . . .. 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L, . l'ranz, lliek . . lixeeutive Board of S. C .... ., Page .316 .1-lil .1114 .210 .31-1 . 93 .311 .347 .345 .318 .336 .1-18 .IHS .123 . 1-10 .3111 .275 288 .303 .2-10 .280 . -11 42 .107 .25 .141 .138 . 212 .,l.. .-1 .222 . 311 .191 .320 , 22 .115 395 Freslnnan Class Oilieers Freshman Reception . . Fresh Painters ..... G Gamble Memorial . . German Club . . ., Girls' Glee Club . . . Gowdy, ll. C. . . .. ll I-lammoud, William . . . Hanson, Erle . . . . .. Harrison, VVilliam . . Honorary Fraternities . . Household Administration Hubert, M. J. . . 1 Intermurals . . , .. Iota Chi Epsilon . . . Iota Sigma Pi . . J Junior Class Otlicers . . .lunior Prom .... . . . li Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Kappa Delta . . Kappa Delta Pi ..... .. Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Kappa Kappa Psi ..... Keller, Gertrude Louise . . Kirkpatrick, Florence . . L l.'Aielier . . ......... .. Lambda Chi Alpha . . 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A Zola Tau Alpha . . . . age 29 328 122 215 227 307 12,1 281 292 116 250 287 209 329 32? 335 Ii-12 129 127 31 36 33 1 3 30 332 283 307 x FRANKX.OWENS - rf!-C 0 XJ n.'u.Mo-:gr x 0 Q X ' M fr qi? its 1810 so-or .. hxzf mxvm c. sckelvr 'qc A I 'Q ...W K .1 . , X Lu K J x 5 1 E: Ei x :so , as E Q, Q 1930 Ci-ncivmati, Ohio IT IS FINISHED -- THE 1930 CINCINNATIAN I Where rang the laughter of girls, where whined the machinery of publication, and where, like an out-of-tune waterfall, fell the ceaseless prattle of Arthur Quintus Sohn, hangs now the fourfold gloom of a deserted meadehall whose vaults once re-echoed the songs of assembled warriors. Many have helped. The staff has been loyal, and Dave Eckert, our peerless associate and a nickel pincher of far- sung renown, has been a jewel beyond value, and, in the way associates have, he has stolen into our kindliest feelings. But to our humble self we owe no debt greater than an up-from-under kick in the pants. We remember, with some regret, that hazy day about three years ago when we first placed a hesitant foot upon the threshold of the annual office. Yes, that was a long time ago and many events have come of it. Today as we look at these silent, battered, dun-colored walls, we can only wonder mildly about them. They have seen us throw away the world for a few friendsg they have seen the last three editors fail in all their courses: they are peopled by an hundred half- ' forgotten faces: they have witnessed the death of a thousand dreams and even now a thousand deathless smiles hang about them. And in one mouldy corner of this strange office the wondering remnant of ourself hammers a weary Underwood and speculates in this wise: 'Who are you and where have you been the past five years?W We can answer for our sophomore year, perhaps even for last year, but now we can only wonder mildly and not think about it too often. We have taken five years to teach ourselves that pleasure is transient, that student activities are not worth while, that a friend of today is an acquaintance of tomorrow, that college is a state of apathy and that we know nothing about anything. It is finished-the 1930 Cincinnatian. This is the last page. The press that prints it will toll the knell of our college days. If we ever think of them in the future, that thought will be of a few nights, a few friends, a few toasts and the drab blot within the bosom of McMicken that is the Cincinnatian Office. ,..--. eww W x i i X 398 'saw'- M31 -' f I4 1 -N L. s- ,J K 0 NXYT la Q Til: 1 mp Q71 fu. ,I a Z! V n Ag , , , ly ur A X .? 'A+l'f r' 1",'F 'eu' . ' , l ' A lp-',Ww,,,!f,'.,,,?,,:L:4 . 5' - . 4 ,,.w-'fu--1 ,,." "5 I '5' ' ,' f-- ,....f-K-, ,,,l,,.,. ...gf . V ,V . I 6 F H , A 1 . -Hi -Uvrmz,-,,,1,-. .... j- -- - -qv--My-I, ,-,,A -- , ,, .,...f. fy Y.. . JV- , ., . f - ..4.- ---'


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