University of Cincinnati - Cincinnatian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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college of law o Tall Hall-whal' is H? Thal's where 'lhey bury sudenls from 8 '+il 5. This rumor is nol far from wrong. Early in lhe day, earnesl young men wilh fhick books enler Tuff and do nol leave un'I'il lafe. Acfually, lhis is one of lhe finesl law schools in fhe counlry and UC is proud of H. Wilhin lhe college 'lhere is 'the Case Club where fomorrow's "Perry Masons hold mock 'rrlals pulling fheir fheories lo work. ,- ' s-,.if N' :'f.:-:.f5:-ii-'Yfrf' -., V X, , , , l N l 441 F Page 96 sl, 1 law O BAIN, HENRIETTA M.-L.L.B.. Cincirinari, Ohio-Phi DeI'a Dew. Un piiblicon Club, CincinnaII Law Review, Case Chyb, LegaI Aid Chnic. BOULGER, WILLIAM C.4L.L.B., Cincinnori, Ohio. BRISTLEY, CALVIN W.-L.L.B., Fremont Ohio-Phi AIpha Deiio, Cinm Review. Legal Aid Socieiv, Case Chib. Env, pc. n a'i Law CAHOON, JAMES P.-L.L.B., Richmond, IndianafLambda CPE Aera Rn? Apira DeI+a. Cincinnaii Law Review IBoord of EdiIorsI. CARTER. Ciniinnaf Ohio-Phi AIpina Deva, Legai Ara CIinic. CRAMPTON, WILLIAM D.-L,L.B, Cinjnnaw, OI-if-Ph DeI'o T'e'a C he r Low Review IBoord oi EdiIorsI. ELLIS, WILLIAM R.fL.L.B., Spririgr'ieId, Ohio. FLAUTT, GEORGE W.fL.L.B., Sornersef, Ohio, FRANK, ALFRED S.-L,L,B., Doyion, Ohio. GAUSPOHL, MRS. MARGARET TREDWELL-LLB.. Cir-A rraA Or - GILLESPY, ROBERT H. II-'L.L.B., I'Ii:nIingIr:-ri, Wersi Virg nro-ROTC Ifiodef CoIoneII, ArnoId Air Socieiv, Pershing Rihes, Phi AIphQ Ijehg, Cirphra Ia Review IBoard of EdiIorsI. Senior Law CIass Vice-Presidenf, Order HARRIS, IRVING-L.L.B,, Cincinnafi, Ohio HARRIS, JAMES V.-L.L.B,, Minor, Ohio, nf 'h Cori, HOLSCUH, JOHN D.-L.L.B., Tronion, Ohh:--Ph Be'a Iacoa, Omi r f D.-+3 Kappa, LJ.C. Law Review Ediior, Phi AI iha Dena, Cniei J rm Law I I P I SchooI Junior Class Presiderif, Wesrrrn Schohzifship, CI- Mrrrvwra' Pr WiIIiarn Worfhingfon Award. KERLEY, ERNEST L.4L.I..B., Cincinnati, Ohiri. KUHNS, MILES EDWARD-L.L.B., Daviori, Ohh:-Pr Asha Delia, Cincinnaii Law Review, Case Chrib, LegaI Alij Sociefy. LAVELL, WILLIAM C.-LLB., Cincinnari, Ohio-AIpha Ta. Omega IPresidenII, Phi AIpho DeIIa, Mnmrners OgiId, OSWALD, JOHN M.-L.L.B,, Cincinnad, Ohio PACKARD, RICHARD H.-LLB., Dayfon, Ohio-Phi AIpha DeIIa, Cincinnati Law Review IBoard of Edirorsl, Lego Aid Clinic, Case Club, Newman CIub. REILLY, THOMAS D.-L,L.B., Dayton, Ohio. RICHTER, STANLEY-L.L.B,, Cincinnoii, Ohio. SALOVAARA, JORMA J.-L,L.B., Cincinnafi, Ohio4AS,C E, American Ac-:coming Associorion. SANTEN, JOHN H.-L.L,B,, Cincinnaii, Ohio, SCHELL, LEROY GLENN-L.L.B., Sieubenvihe, Ohio-Phi Alpha Delia, Law School Senior Class Presiderir, Honor Cornmii- iee IChairrnariI, Legal Aid Clinic. STEINBERG, WOLFORD-L.L.B., Cincinnofi, Ohio, STEPHENSON, JAMES R.-L.L.B., Cincinnaii, Ohio-Phi DeI'a Phi, Law SchooI Senior CIass Treasurer. WATSON, JOHN L.-L.I.,B., Cincinnafi, Ohio. NOT PICTURED KEATING, WILLIAM J.-L,L.B., Cincinnaii, OhiosSigrna Chi, Varsify Swimming ICO-CopfainI, Phi AIpha Delia, Red Cg:ossCCoIIege Unif IChairmon Wafer Saiefyj, Y.M.C.A., " " lub. . SMITH. ROBERT J.-L,L.B., Leesburg. Ohio-Pi Kappa AIpha, Phi Alpha Delia N Q 5 s ,, 'VN :Q f", .Me Q 3 f -rw ig?" -Syl ab i 5 A I 'siiist X X li - EX .ra W Nil. 'fx IRE. 1' - " 6, ,PQI A 'ag X wi. - ---SQ? 5' 'K ' 'I 53:1 11-S 'Q 3 QE. X fm. 'f Ie, f '-4-Liz: 1 vim, , . v ,N 'ln 12 911' mi ' 5 ,f ff, I N 1 N 1 .-ig' 4. EA "N , X is X I A -48 :S Ei if If ,JI A-5 4 . ,. , f JI ' Page 97 NL cf -4 : o colle e of medicine rw Q an 'N' Q Hours spenl' in 'fhe lab: hours working on caclav- ers: hours spenf cramming for quizzes and exams: and fhe resf of fhe +ime speni' praying for a pass- ing gracle --'thai' was fhe life of a medical sfudeni. The College of Medicine has advanced fo rec- ognifion as one of 'the leaders in presenl day medical educafion. This aclvancemenf has been due fo fhe excellenf ins+ruc+ional oppor+uni+ies of lead- cify insfifulions. 'Ev .,, . 51 . 'X .l L. 'X - l s , Ks. 3 R X 1 R . .,f V 'v.y Lug N Sj Kr V-f' . Lx .3 mi 3' " ' fzli-4 , Q -H. i, ? rv E 5, N A , - l l Page 98 l medicine I ANDREWS, ROBERT J.-M.D., Cincinncfi, Ohio-Phi Chi, AUBREY, RICHARD-MD. BANGHMAN, H.iM,D, BILLET, SANDFCRD-MD, BLANEY, HARRY A.-M.D., Cincinnafi, GI'iic'fNi,i Sigma Ni BROWNE, EDWARD H.-M,D,, Cincinnati, Onio-I'Ii.i Phi Nu, Deva Phi Alpha. BURBA, WILLIAM H.-MD., Cincinr'-afi Oni-f-Pnl Cn, Aiiacierny' 05 Men Nw BUTEN, ROBERT E.-M.D.-Fi. Thorne? PW.-Nu Sigma N, Mitn-gli D?4jiJ"iE' smeiy, Y.M.C.A. DAM RON, CAROL-MD, DANIELS, ROBERT S.-M.D,, Cincinnaii, Oniiiigpni De-ifa Tiieia, N Sgfvl N i. Phi Befa Kappa, Pi Kappa Epsilon, Mifchei Pediairiigs So-iiefy, DEGARMO, ALBERT H.-MD., Cincinnaii, Cniqi-B.gfa Theta Pi iViie-pfeg i, Pni Befa Kappa, Omicron Delia Kappa, Pni Eia Sigma, ivlii Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Epsilon, Siudenf Councii, L.A, TriID:,inai IPres.I, Sapiim ISQQ. TH?-02.1. Vargiy Foofball. DIETZ, HAROLD-MD. DUCCIL, HARRY-MD. FENING, CLIFFORD H.-M.D., Cincinnati, Oni:-PM C-i, Pi If-napa Eos?-:i' FINN, THOMAS E.-MD., Cincinnati, Ohic. FRANK, DONALD-M.D. FREEDMOND, ALAN-MD. W' Fuu.eRroN, nicic-Mn. FURLONG, KENNETH-M.D,, Cincinnari, Ohio-PI"i Cixi, Pi Kappa Ep CP Mi?- cheil Pediafrics Sociefy, - '. . i f GAKER, LOUIS B.-M.D., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Sigfna Cni, Nig Sigma IL, Pe-dia r A .Qi N 5 Saciefy, Sophos, A GALL, IRA c.-MD.. cangsmii. aim-sigma Aipm MU, Piii new Epsidn, Phi 5 X Befo Kappa, PM Efa Sigma. , GILLETT, MELUIN-MD.. Newporf, Ky,-Pin oeiic Epsiim, Pm Era sgm, ii,' gf , ' sf: ,, 35 Q GEONBERG, ERNEST-MD. 'ij ..'. Qi 'E . ' ' 3--is GRUBER, JAMES T.-MD., Cincinnati, Oni-3. 1, f X - if T35 if-. I , , Page 99 I '- -an ,ka 4 , -3 N, ...ns :Wg Q .3 I medicine HARDIN, G. R.-MD. HEATHER, LORENAMD. HILLARD, WILLIAM E.fM.,'O., WiImingic-n, OHic7Nu Sigma Nu, P HUGHES, WILLIAMLMD, Ti? i id- 'Nw HOWELL, RICHARD H.-M.If'., Cirwcirtrvari, QVC--The-Ta Chi ISoCiaI COrri,I, Nu N' - Sigma Nu ISei:.J, Pi Ifapoo Epsilon, Pe-dia'ric Scciefy, Pres. Senior CIQSS ICOII. " .X I Me-d.I, Shgdeni Medicc' Soc'e+y 'Pres.l, MedicaI R.O.T.C. 4 ii HUMMEL, ROBERT PAUL, IR.-MLN BE-iieue Ky,-N, Sigma Nu, f' i ' E I, 4, Pi 3, I ..,.. JEHMITZ, GERHARD-ME. ui V ' KESSLER, MARGARETLMU. 'P X Q hx 'h ' A KLATTE, PAUL B.-MD., Ferrara, offfm Kansa Epsw: I , I V, 5 K. , PK, in . 5 .1 ' S if V K i i . -G LEE, Joi-INLMQ. A' , 1? P 'I LEVINSON, PERITZ-M D. ,, .Vs , -if P ,3-g . LEWIS, RAYfM,D, l ., , i f v IA ifI5.'T35'i .Q , ff- P I x. - . vigil . ,,.. , , -,i-KA v,-an 1 -,th , ,VJ ,, Q . W' M L Mfg K Page I00 LUCAS, STANLEY J.-MLK, C rginmafi, Ori-1-Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi E'a Sigma, PM Bem Kappa, PH De ic ECNSICP, Medica' Shdc-N Cc,'nQiI ITreas.I LUEDEKE, CARL C.-M.LN,, Cimqinricfi, OMC-N.: Sigma NU, MACKAY, FRANCISfM,D, MAZZA, AUGUST CARMEN-MD., Cin-ginnuri, CWMQANU Sigma NU, Phi Kappa Epsimm, Mi'i:IweII Pediavic Sciciew, C1052 Pres., Smdenf MedicaI Society ISec.I MENDYKA, WALTER A.fM.D,, Cirviirwrafi, OHCQPH Chi. MINIER, JOHN O.-MDW Lafaxehe, InCIianofN.' Sigma Nw. MOORE, JAMES NELSON-MD., Cirvciririofi, Oriif-Befa Trvefa Pi, Nu Sigma Nu. Traci-, "C" Ciub, Mehr-, MifcrieII Pediarric Sc-:'e'y. NEWMAN, CAROLYN-MD. NORIS, PAUL DAVID--MI , Armenia, Ohio. PARRY. GLENDON E.-NND., NNe.1srcn, Chic-Phi CH. PAYNE, JACK EDWARD-M.D., Cincinrvafi, OIwif3fPI'ui E'O Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu. PIKER, YALE I.-MD. medicine I POMERANTZ, WILLIAM-M.D., New York-Pl-2 eira Essiofi. P IOODU EOJUZ Phi Lambda Upsilari, QUALHEIM, ROBERT E.-M.D., Denison, Iowa-Ng Sigma No, Pediavc Soiiew. QUINN, JAMES ALFRED, JR.-M.D., Cincinriafi, Ohio-Sigma Alpha Epsilon IRec. Seal. Nu Sigma Nu, Delia Phi Della Ilreaal, Scarab ISOC. Chr.l, NC' Club Ilraclc Leflermanl, Y.M.C.A., Cincirmalian, News Record, Glee Clpb. REECE, MARGARET-M D. SAWYER, JAMES I..-M.D., Ciricinnaii, Ohio-Bela Thefa Pi, N., Sigma Ng SAWYER, JOHN B.-MD., Middlelowri, Ohio. SAWYER, JOHN M.-M.D., Middiemwn, Ohio-Belo The'-J Pi, NU Sgrha N. SCHEAR, BURT E.-M.D., Daylari, Ohio-Sigma Alpha MU, Phi Dara Emi.: , Medical Sfudeni Council. SCIARRA, PASCHAI. A.-M.D., Cinf:iri'J'g Ohio-ff. Sigma afric Sociely. SHER, ETHYL-MD. SHIELDS, CHARLES H., JR.-M.D., VVyOVTiing, Qlfwji-P, Kappa Emilia., SILVERSTEIN, IRVIN4M,D,, Ciriijinnafi, Ohio--Phi E'O Sigma, Pm B-ra larva: Pi Kappa Epsilon, Delia Phi Alpha, Phi De-lfa Epsilon SIMON, MILTON HAROLD-MD.. Ciriciririar, Om: SURBAUGH, ROSS-MD, TIMMERMAN, RAYMOND J.--MD., Belle-fre, I-vffkpnig 3 1 gg, M 'gn Pediatric Society, ISec'y.l TOWLE, MYRON J.-Nl.D., Far? I:Oir'Iie.d, lvloirie-Pai Cai. W TURNER, DAVID D.-MD., Morieifo. Ohio-Aipng Taa Omega, Pri, C', WARNER, Rfrvim. 7 WATKINS, GEORGE J.gM,D., Morrow, OI'1ii:,+Pi rappa Alpha, Phi Chi, Mirijhe.. Pediafrics Sociely. WEINSTEIN, AATON-M.D. WHITCOMB, JOHN G.-M.D., Raclcy River, Ohio. WHITTAKER, DOROTHY-M.D., Cincinriali, Ohio. WLADECKI, WILLIAM B.-M.D., Lorain, Ohio-Phi Chi. WOSDWARDI PAUL M.hM.D., Ciricirmaii, Ohio+AlpI'io Tai. Or-mega, N.,i Sigma U. Page I'0I FWFV -Q,w'..,,.q.- -.:...r....-...ms L,,,,,,,.,.,,,g, 4.51 'gn ""L'11?' 'I'-1,1 o evenin colle ei l 1 l Working eFficien+ly fhrough 'I'he channels of ils i cenfral office in Hanna Hall, is ihe Evening Col- I lege. Organized under i+s presenf sysfem sincel I938, fhe college meefs 'rhe needs of men and 4 women of Cincinnali and o+her cifies wilhin a Filly- l mile radius fhrough courses in fhe fields of com- X merce, engineering, applied ads, and liberal ar+s. These sfudenfs range in occupa+ion from housewife , r l lo banlc presiclenf, all desiring 'lo learn. i l evening college O BACON, HUGH BALDOCK, MAUREEN BARTHLOMEW, JAMES BAUER, C. C. BERGHEGER, ROBERT BOEHM. ROBERT BONDY, CHARLES BRETHANER, MERRILL BUDKE, D. L. CLEARY, THOMAS CUMMINS, VICTOR DAY, FLORENCE DETWILER, K. C. DOYLE, MARION FLANDERMEYER, DAVID FRITZSCHE, OSCAR GUDGEON, FLOYD HANCOCK, GEORGE HANNON, JOHN HARDEBECK, JOSEPH HAVERLAND, JOSEPH HENSON, HARRY HILL, RUDOLPH JOHNS, HAROLD JONES, HARRY KEMME, MELVIN KOBER, JAMES KRAMER, ELSIE LINZ, LE ROY MASCHMEYER, HELEN McDERMOTT, KENNETH METZGER, PAUL riff Page IO3 36 fv- I4-'I-Q 2 L4 x AP'- 'f'ifS"' ' Page IO4 'Z . -ff' fr? V .gf 5' - ' b ff J f A A,.M F f - -ve , P' I1 ' J 'gl ,iff T , If 1 -Q 5 E-557i ' . sp-, I evening college MOHR, EDWARD MUETHING, ROBERT PARIS, IVAN PETTIE, WILLIAM PORADA, HENRY PRATHER. LUCILLE PROCACCINO, WILLIAM RAFFERTY, JOHN W. REHLING, RICHARD RIESS, HELEN RINGEL. RUTH ROSKA, GEORGE SANDMAN, JACK SCHLECHT, N. F. SCHMIDT, R. J. SCHWARRENBERG, MADILINE SMITH, FREDERICK SPAHN, NORMAN P. STIENKER, HERBERT SULLIVAN, ALFRED TANENDER, OTTILIA WANAMAKER, RICHARD WANNINGER, CLARA WARE, LOGAN WEINER, JERRY WEISEL. WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, GEORGE WINSTON, WILLIAM WOELFEL, WALTER WOOD, JOHN YORDY, WAITER ZUMBERG, JOSEPH Q . c 'bw LAQSXQS N: E i 14' 4. 2, . L "Y ' " - S35 ' -......,,..- N.,. .A ,.,,. . . Q H ,,,k, , JLWU, ww Q?-vgsgm, Q A V X ,. f:m3,,iA--P-,,.,a H H X --5 - W X 'I 5 5 QA , , 5 'KLA 54-Iizf-1'Q'5.1-L-A-..,g-mf' 3, '-igfii 34' 4 Hfggwhv Q-Qh:zgssswQQ?SWwvzgyffH'MQf,M - ,'-.U. -pf- "- ' . ' . ,451 .T-'-' 13' , ,- 'v??k?'7' '- " - X' - ' Q, Q, " Q, -f--' f- -1-.Q.:?gg,-345+ ,,::,x...a,- 1--g-fxgxs.. -'Y ' Q, - . '- , , -'f K K ...Q MQW-Igi ...vi '- 'j, , ' x' '.' ,,-,s I ,z w .,,. A ' ' - , , 12" 'Z -wwsfsgwagwy , . 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A H . .IN V: "l 1' X X - . X Page los A5 - ' 'gif 7? 12" fR?f4 I ? fi, ll f, I J 4 ww W 34.1 a newcomer to canlpus . . . phi beta kappa . . . Sophos . . . sigm: mi , , sk 3 4 gm 5 i 'ma . . . tlmtafs . . . sau-'s . . . sig's '- - 44- b ,, -:ff .if 1 1? 35236412 Pg- Q 1 1 M, x,5bv,,!..: k'??1' 1.5 X X1 ,N i I Va Y N 1' o, 1 X Lu. -A- .x,, ,ff xxx- I' Ns-5 x,-V X ,lx , n ' XT Q xbea- -' xyfpv 1 41.-be .ailwn Page IOS W YQ o honoraries Page IO9 phi beta kappa e J Page IIO 'N ,gimiig E- T Alihough ifs origins were humble, Phi Bela Kappa dropped ils orig- inal purpose as a mere social group, and has become a renowned honor- ary, synonymous wifh "highesI' inlellecfual achievemen+" in +he collegiale vocabulary. Sludenfs in lhe College of Liberal Arls, candidales for eilher fhe Bachelor of Arls or Bachelor of Science degrees, are elecfed from +he 'rap fifleen percenl of Ihe senior class. The ideals of lhe organizalion em- phasize friendship, moralily, and inlelleclual allainmenl as lhe goals of all educaled men and women. The acfive membership of fhe campus organizafion consisls of 'lhe members on fhe facully. Dr. Ada Hari Arlill Wm. E. Alderman Dr. S. J. M. Allen Oscar E. Anderson Dr. George B. Barbour Dr. Isaac A. Barneif Dr. Marion Blanlenhorn Dr. Carl W. Blegen Dr. Beverley W. Bond, Jr Melba Phillips Bowers Dr, Arfhur C. Bills William C. Boyce Dr. E. Lucy Braun Dr. Richard D. Bryanl Dr. Guslav Carlson Dr. Burr Noland Carfer Dr. John L. Casliey Jane C. Acomb David A. Beclrner C. Alan Boneau Carolyn Palricia Bursielr Joel B. Dennis Donald K. Ebersold Roberla Rose Ewig Lillis M. Elaiman PHI BETA KAPPA OFFICERS Presidenl' Isl Vice Presidenl' 2nd Vice Presiclenl 3rd Vice Presidenl' Secrelary-Treasurer Dr. Charles K. Weicherl Dr. William S. Clark Mr. George W .Weber Mrs. Douglas K. Fuller Mrs. Melba Phillips Bowers FACULTY MEMBERS IN PHI BETA KAPPA Margaref L. Chamberlin Dr. Wm. Smilh Clarli Dr. Lucian A. Cohen Violel M. Diller Dr. Ralph W. Eddy Dr. George B. Engberg Dr. Eugene H. Ferris Dr. Clarence O. Gardner Dr. Paul Hergel Dr. Fredericlr C. Hiclrs Dr. J. Hobari Hoslrins Dr. Merion J. Huberl Esfelle Huni Dr. Chesley M. Hulchings Dr. Lloyd B. Johnsion Dr. Paul V. Kreider Dr. Michael Krouse Dr. Seldon Gale Lawrie Dr. Carl A. Ludelre Dr. Louis A. Lurie Dr. Reginald C. McGrane Dr. Archimede Marni Gaylord M. Merriman Alfred Morrison Dr. Harry R. Muegel Mariarie S. Palmer Anna L. Present Dr. George Renner, Jr. Dr. Horace W. Reid Dr. Howard Roelois Dr. Meyer Sallrover Dr. Theodore K. Sellrirl: Dr. William T. Semple Dr. Roberl Shafer STUDENT PHI BETA KAPPAS ELECTED IN I950 Chrisfopher H. Foreman Alberf C. Grimm Nadav Holevi Jay G. Hirsch Edgar Allen Jacl: R. Sluarl Kravefz Earl F. Lienesch John A. Lloyd, Jr. Betsy A. Marligrai Dawn V. Marlin Dorolhy M. Mueller Chrisline Panos Jean M. Pierle Saul H. Polaslry Herberf G. Rodenberg Herberl l'l. R059 Dr. John Slcavlem I-lelen Slanley Dr. Shiro Toshiro Robert Toepier Dr. Miriam Urban William S. Wabhifl Dr. Raymond Waliers Dr. C. K. Weicherl Roberf Wessel Dr. Heislrell B. Whaling Dr. Herberf B. WEOVEV Jean Winsfon Dr. Edwin H. Zeydel Dr. Max M. Zinninger Jo Anne Rosensfiel William H. Roudebush John A. Schadler Richard Schaengold Gerald G. Siorch Tess Wilzbach Carolina L. Zurlage :residenf-iohn spriggs rice presidenf-charles moore aecrelary-karl wesserlund 'reasurer-iohn lcrusmerus -rn- no -rf- Jr-Q. -fb x SEATED-Miller, G, Kusnerus, J, Moore, C Messinger, R, Knodel, R, Wesferlund, K, Lenz, H, Brauckmann, W ROW l-Slellenpohl, G, Husman, P, Smith, E, Eichenberger, N, Paulus, R., Harper, R, Spieker, G, Placke, D, Boni, R, Kalz, F ROW Z-Ellerf, F Jr, Dacey, E, Kupferle, A, Laycock, T, Nuber, K, Evans, J, Applequisi, D, Shulfz, G, Frederick P, Hansen, E ROW 3-Gasf, P, Merritt, J, Horowitz, E, Johnson, P, Moll, B, Phillips, R, Patten, F, Kirrh, G , Silberberg, F ROW 4-Griffin, F, Cunningham, D, Sander, T, Goffschlich, C, Thomson, H, Livezey, F, Byrer P, Pohlrnan, R Foley, R o tau beta pi Since ils eslablishmenl al' ihe Universily in l9l5, Tau Bela Pi has been a prominenl facfor in encouraging a spirif of liberal cullure in 'rhe Engineering College. This honorary selecls ifs members from lhe upper eighlh of fhe Junior class and upper fif+h of The Seniors. Oulslancling on Tau Bela Pi's social calendar is +he "Honos Hop," ifs annual dance al' which fhe new iniliales are presenled. Anoiher aclivily is lhe Teacher's Evalualion Program, a grading of lhe leachers by lhe s+uden+s. Wifh ils high slandards of scholarship and characler, and Hs aclive parlicipalion in campus acfivifies, Tau Bela Pi should conlinue +o hold il's own among U.C. honoraries. Page Ill J .Sb " -1- N I 1 ' 5 -R ' - SEATED-Schaflnerl J Ohlrnann I ROW I-Turner, R, Hawkes, E. Mappes, R, beta gilllllllfl si 'ma o Business Adminisfrafion s+uden'rs know +ha'r all Befa Gamma Sigma members deserve a hearfy pai on fhe back. To be eligible for lhis honor- ciry, sfudenfs mus+ be in +he upper seven per cen+ of +he Junior class or +he upper +en per cen+ of +he Senior class. And any Bus. Ad. man or woman can guaranfee +haf fhis average is mighfy hard fo aH'ain. No worries, du+ies or ac+ivi+ies lake up +he members' fime sinces fhis is purely an honor of +he same 'rype as Phi Be+o Kappa. Since I9l3, The world of commerce has recognized members of Be+a Gamma Sigma as fhe "cream of 'rhe crop" of 'rhe college gracluales. Page II2 presiden+-richard mappes vice presidenf-edwin hawlces secrefary-ianef shaffner treasurer-richard furner rresideni'-george h. linlce 'ice-presidenl'-clee c. davis ec. sec'y-rufh ann schumacher reasurer-clayion e. raicliff o 1 elta phi delta The Union Lobby foolc on Jhe aspecr of an ar+is+'s srudio wifh a busfling porfrail painfer and aesfhe+ic displays when Del+a Phi Del+c moved in for fheir annual Chrisfmas sale. All 'the merchandise was creared by fhe pledges of lhis nafional ar+ honorary and +he money was used for a scholarship. Only 'rhose sfudenfs were pledged who possessed excepfional professional obiliry and who mainfained a high scholaslic s+ancling for lwo consecufive years. ln addiiion fo a pledge pin, The new members were 'freafed 'ro a picnic af NH. Airy and were 'lhen fold aboul +he various proiecis, ranging from ex- change visifs ro ofher Delia Phi Della chaplers 'ro an Egg Nag Parly for lhe Applied Arfs College. KNEELING-Slewarr, A, Derbes, M, Bamrnerlin, J, Holmann, V, Pascal, M ROW I-Dabney, D, Schumacher, R, Limke, G, Davis, D, Rafcliff, C, Hughes, D ROW Z-Dahms, E, Rauh, M, Lundquisf, J, Bloodgood, J, Sellers, M., Slroh 'm M R d J ei , , o gers, , Jackson, J, Ellis, M ROW 3-Richardson, G, Sreele, B, Hagan, N , Kreirrrer, E, Zeigler, J, Frafrallone, J, Hodson, D, Van Worrner, B ROW 4-Suid, A, Priqge, R, Able, B, Long, M, Wernersbach, J, Humphreys, M, Hippie, J, Harrzel, G, Inglis, D omivron nu o Omicron Nu, which was founded in I9i2 a+ Michigan Sfaie College, is a na+ionaI honor socie+y for Home Ec. undergrads. Infro- duced 'fo UC's campus as Alpha Thela Chapier in l939, if has s+riven fo bring 'rhe field of Home Economics io public aH'en+ion and 'ro encourage sfudenis wifh good scholarship and leadership pofenfialiiies 'fo enler Home Ec. New members are inifiaied wifh a lea and banquef in 'rheir honor each fall and spring. ln ihe spring seniors from all 'rhe local high schools who are inieresied in Home Economics are inviied +o an open house planned by 'lhe group. On Honor Day Omicron Nu presenfs an award +0 'rhe ouisfanding girl who has con+ribu+ed Jrhe mos+ 'fo fhe College. ROW I-Brennernann, C, Evanarl A ROW Z-Bosch, G, Aglamesis, M, Koegel, P presidenf-anna evanoff vice-presidenf-geraldine bosch secreiary-cafherine brennamal +reasurer-denise francq presiclenl'-jim linebaclc vice presidenl-waller glas 'lreasurer-dick Fahey secrefary-gene beclcelf P i l SEATED-Fahey, R, Lineback, J, Glas, W,, Beckeff, E, ROW I-Brown, A, Brauclrmonn, W, Spielmer, G Emmons M, ROW 2-Hansen E Smilh, W, Fry, J., Paulus, R a chi epsilon To promole leadership, characler, social life, and scholarship among sludenls in Civil Engineering, Chi Epsilon was charlerecl al 'rhe Universily of Cincinnali in lhe fall of l949. Members are selecf- ed lo fhis honorary from oufslancling members of lhe iunior and senior civil engineering classes. This year, lhe members were lcepl busy sponsoring social acfivifies in coniunclion wilh ASCE. Much lime was spenl in helping o+her engineering honoraries give lhe annual "Honos l-lop," a mosf oufslancling social evenl of fhe year. As usual, lhe year's aclivifies were concluded afler planning several unusual exhibi+s for Co-op Day. Page ll5 5? X 1. . 4 , I K ' Q 'ff i i , , V K, ' K 1' K ,f . " 'Ls s fi vii' A, , -Q , ' 1 , across the courts fo C? ,A .f ROW l-Wasserman, M, Frees, O, Kiley, R, Dodey, D, McAndrews, J, ROW Z-Fosler, G., Newberg, I., Ezrine, I., Sonderman, D, Holland, T, Bronstein, A, ROW 3-Knox, P., Weiser, N., Wachs, W., Sfegman, T., Benneff, R., George, C Kinzman R ROW 4-Shoemaker, B, Tschon, E, Sfolman, N, Chalo, J., Heifkamp, T,, Goodman, S., Fuldner, H. ROW 5-Hassel, R, Schneider, W., Reynolds, D., Konkle, K, Frommer, P, Lilwin, A, O'Brien, J, phi eta sigma: 0 On December I4, I933 a new organizalion was born al UC. The males of lhe campus now had anolher aclivily from which lhey mighl oblain a key. Bul some high hopes ran amuck when ihe key colleclors discovered lhal a scholaslic average of half A's and half B's was necessary for membership. The Phi Elo Sigma key was The langible symbol of high scholaslic achievemenl by freshmen men. In selecfing members This group adhered lo lhal erudile McMicken slogan, "Wisdom is 'lhe principal 'rhingug however, in +heir oclivilies lhis was nol 'lhe only emphasis. ln oddifion 'ro a Freshmen Smoker and inilialion banquel, Alpha Lambda Della came info 'the picfure wilh a parly and picnic. Page II6 presidenl-richard kline vice-presidenl-douglas sonderman secrelary-ivan ezrine 'treasurer-lhomas ballard hislorion-irwin neuberg i presidenl-belly iane knighf vice-presidenf-harrief o'leary secre+ary-doHie sewell 'lreasurer-illeen weiner o alpha lamlula delta Whal brains!-a 4.5 average or beHer for one semesfer of lheir freshman year musl be achieved by every member of Alpha Lambda Delia, and fhis is an accomplishmenfl Founded a+ +he Universiiy of Illinois in fhe spring of I924, Alpha Lambda Del+a's purpose is +o promo+e infelligenl living and encourage superior scholarship among freshman women. Here a'r UC, a 'rea for +he freshman women was given in coniuncfion wilh Junior Advisers. Lilce all girls wilh brains, 'lhe Alpha Lambda Delfas gof +he boys in fhe piclure by focusing affenfion on a combined picnic wifh Phi Elo Sigma. To round oul +he scene, lhis group raised money for a scholarship for a deserving member of 'rheir group. SEATED-Weiner, I, Knighl, B., Sewell, D, O'Leary, H, Sfarr, C ROW I-Wiley, l., Dykes, E, Taylor, C, Bradley, B, Ronsheim, E, Bak , M, Kinsburg, H, ROW 2-Sfucker, M, Hucksoll, J, Worsham, B, Ringwald, M, Moore, R, Ufrechf, M., Demakes, T. ROW 3-Dieckrnann, B, Campagna, R., Newbold, P, Kirslein, A, Mueller, M, Evans, R mortal' board o Symbolic of ifs origin as Mysfic I3 was fhe 'fradilional lapping ceremony af which nine junior women became Morlar Board pledges on March I3. An unusual fealure was The recognifion of Dean Lillian Johnson as an honorary member. For five weeks lhese women could be seen wearing +he red poppy symbolizing +heir pledgeship. Once inilialed, +hey s+ar+ed The hard worlc of acfives. The donuls which everyone munched befween classes las? fall were sold on Donuf Day for lhe Moriar Board scholarship fund. To furlher pro- moie good grades, members held a Smariy Par+y lasl spring for all women on lhe Dean's Lis'r firsl semesler. Throughouf The year Morlar Board rendered service 'ro lhe enlire Universily. SEATEDfJohnson, L Greene, H, Crassen, H, Warner, H. ROW I-Dick, B. Franca, D, Cecil, R, Perry, B. ROW Z-- Zarvrnan E lngle B Birn, M ROW 3-Grace, L, Kessler, J, Cleveland, P. presidenl-denise francq vice-presidenl-lila grace secrefary-beHy dick freasurer-mary ann birn presideni-richard mappes vice-presidem'-dennis cunningham lreasurer-iohn rose SEATED-MacGregor, I, Cunningham, D, Mappes, R, BL-rsiek, R ROW I-Tierney, R, Rose, J, Dingley, S, DeCamp, J, ROW 2-Hopkins, H, Greene, H, Alderman, W, Schwindl, R ROW 3-+Brown, R, Coslello, J, Rau, R. omieron delta kappa Climaxing 'lhe ladder of success for ouisfanding junior and senior men on campus is ODK. Dad's Day, a+ fhe Wes+ern Reserve game, was sponsored by fhe members as lhe firsf of fheir annual ac+ivi+ies. The men seemed quife busy during foofball season, for fhey also sold +ags which predicled UC's vic+ory over Xavier. Money derived from 'ihis sales was used for ihe ODK scholarship fund, for +he 'lrophy presenled 'lo lhe ouisianding male afhleie in his senior year, and for fhe leadership conference and Honors Day convoca+ion which were co-sponsored wifh Mor+ar Board, Each member showed by his acfivifies a sense of obligarion and responsibiliiy in refurn for fhe honor of being summoned 'ro ODK. Page II9 'W S 4'5 SEATED-Ciemenls W, Zeigler, J, Campbell, R ROW I-Goodman, S,, Brill, R, Davis, S., Douglas, F ROW 2- Wazns W Evans J, Wazserman, M, Borvz W ROW 3-Rank, B, Hopkins, H, Sfoclrs, L., Gaodfellow, R Sophos o Sophos is an honorary fra+erni+y for freshmen men excelling in acfivifies, scholarship, alhlefics, and leadership. Allhough if is an honorary, i'rs funclions are cerlainly no+ limifed, for if plays a very imporlanf parf in UC social life. Looked forward lo each fall is 'the Sophos dance, which always gels social func'rions well underway. Canclidales for freshman queen are chosen from women's social organizofions on campus, and campaigns are begun! Ideas range from open houses and se-renades +o ulce conlesfs. Poslers and pic- lures "appear" in lhe grill. Finall comes +he greal' momenrg rension mounls and af lhe sfrolce of lwelve 'rhe luclcy gal sleps 'through +he brown jug-Sophos Queen! Page IZO presidenf-iohn zeigler vice-presiden+-william clemenfs secrefary-ray campbell presidenl-john zeigler vice-presidenl-ray campbell lreasurer-bill mcgralh secrelary bob rau metro o Al' convocalions, leas, union dances, and olher all-campus funclions lhroughoul lhe year were found several men wearing s+raw hals bearing 'rhe name "Mefro." A+ each affair 'fhey were surrounded by groups of sludenls represenling social organizalions compeling for lhe Me+ro cup given lor allendance a+ school func- lions. These same hals were seen bearing 'rhe slogan "Vole X for UC Bond Issue!" Among Me'rro's many aclivilies was 'rhe Benefif Show, +his year feafuring Rex Dale as M.C. The purpose of 'lhe show was fo raise funds for lhe annual Chrisfmas par+y a+ which over IOO underprivileged children were enlerfained and presenled wilh gills by Sonia Claus. SEATED-Rau, R., Campbell, R, Zeigler, J, Wilkes, S ROW I-Share, F, Davis S Brill, R, Levine, M, Kahn, M ROW 2-Maull, 8, Huey, G, Newton, L, Srnarl, B, Drake, J ROW 3-McGralh, W GGH3 L. M0CV9lQll- R O'5"Ef' J., Wachs, W,, Clemenls, W sigma sigma o Since lheir local founding here on lhe UC campus in l898, 'lhe "Skull and Bones" men of Sigma Sigma have confribuled subsfan- fially 'ro 'rhe growlh of fhe Universily by 'fheir enlhusiasfic supporl of school objeclives. Twice each year a+ 'lheir 'rradilional 'rapping cere- monies, a selecled number of oulslancling upperclassmen are chosen 'ro membership on 'fhe basis of personalily, school spiril, and aclivilies. Convening in lheir hallowed sancluary in Heuclc Hall, annual plans are made for lhe campus-wide Sigma Sigma Carnival. Lale in May "Mr. Bearcaff' +he Universi+y's oulslancling man is selecfed, a fi++ing finale lo a full year of aclivilies. ROW I-Clemenls, B, Frith- B, Sf Clair, P ROW 2-Kelly, J, Monlgomery. B ROW 3-T y J Sh d chi N , Loub, J. rac A , Gi '24 S X., is fy X 9 we im. presiclenl-roberl monfgomery sec.-freas.-william anderson l93O Robert Bachmeyer l89B Walter Eberhardt Robert Humphreys Parke Johnson Russell Wilson IBB? Charles Adler l900 Adna lnnes l9Ol Henry Bentley Andrew Hickenlooper Smith Hickenlooper I V02 Coleman Avery Hugh Bates Earl Gold Stanley Granger Edwin Hutchins Robert E Kreimer Charles Peters William Probasco Stuart Walker i903 Albert Baker Eustace Ball William Fillmore Edgar McAllister Harvey Shepard William Streitmann l904 Robert Buck Lester Collier Adolph Fennel Carl Gantvoort Walter Heintl Howard Jones Villie Kirkpatrick I905 Bert Lyon Fred Mehlhaoe Paul Richardson Calvin Skinner Arthur Wadsworth i906 Frank Buchanan Robert Caldwell Edward Forbes Allred Kreimer Walter Shafer Curtis Williams Frank Wilson l907 Edward Hurley Thomas Kite Walter Markworth Brown McGill Robert O'Connell Frank Payne l"70B Merwin Aultman Norman Conway Fred Flach William Foley Bates Williams l909 Hayward Ackerson Ernest DuBray Fred Hooker William Kite Edward Rowe Charles Williams l9l0 Ted Hyndmon Walter Heuck l9ll Clitl Porter Hall Alden Hart Ralph McCamas James Taylor l9l2 Harry Buchanan William Hall Lesley Johnson Wm. F. Mitchell Vance Towler l"7l3 Richard Goettle Robert Heuck, Sr. Walter O. Hill Chester Klein John Maescher l9l4 William Engdohl Chauncey Hand Jerome Howard Bert Stansbury John Sheriff Chauncey Tilden Neil Wright l9l5 Leonard Baehr Arthur Gordon Norman Kohlhopp Norman Lyon l9l6 Howard Behle Victor Fischbach Henry Hoppe Roy Palmer Harald Payne Harold Porter John Reece Edward Robinson Herbert Schroth I9l7 William Ellis Karl Hetsch Carroll Lewis Joseph Morris, Sr James Pease Boyle Richardson Anton Schneider I9I8 Harold Altamer Walter Haehnle Herbert Jones Carl Lund Carl Markgral William Myers Carl Rogert Millard Romaine Harold Talcott Earl Widau l9l9 Howard Justice Edgar Powers Bradley Roberts Herbert Winans Francis Wright l'?20 Robert Dorsey Cornelius Petzhald Alfred Wenlel IRZI Hugh Bowen Willard Breiel Carlton Brown Carl Frey Edward Meyer Philip Meyers Cyrus Osborn I9Z2 Edgar Caons Chase Davies Daniel Fries Edward Gabriel Allison ldeson Arthur McClure Howard Metzger Robert Sarvis Frederick Schlierloh Wylmer Scott Edw. Strietelmeier Robert Todd Edward Wagner Randall Walker J... I O no I 'TOTo'a'a'J 1898- 1902- 1910- 1912- 1914 - l9Z3 James Bearnan Lewis Gregory John Harrod W C. Havelaar Rossiter Hobbs Ellsworth Ireland Joe Linnemon James Nippert Mike Palmer John Petzhold l924 Nathan Backman Walter Becker Ben Bryant Morton Francis John Heizer Robert Hynes Oliver Rhodes Ed Rath Erwin Wolfson l925 Lynne Barber George Bradner Warren Marvin Anthony McAndr Louis Nippert William Schmid Kelly Siddall l926 Fred Berger Charles Franklin Edwin Levi James Paisley Weesley Schmid l927 John Bachman Harry Franklin Richard Jervis Robert Maddux l9ZB Richard Bryant Arthur Fennekohl Albert Mayer Ronald West Russell Wilson William Probasco Walter Heucli William Hall John Sheriff 'lk l 929 Evan Chatlield Ellis Crawford Richard Dial Daniel Earley Daniel Laurence H ews Charles Adams Harry Anderson Richard Bolton Thomas Clilton Donald Crane Frnka Dost Richard Franz John Gayman Jock Grieshaber William Hammond Ralph Holterhoft William Nieman Frank Owens l93I Bradford Allin William Berwanger Harold Bohl Ralph Bursiek Frank Chandler Robert Gawdy Erle Hanson Paul Heckel Silverius Kunz William Leach Lawrence Levi Carl Muth Earl Soesbe Herbert Slarick Richard Steves Fred Tower l932 William Atkinson Herbert Brown Walter Conner Richard Dexter Duncan Frame John Grittiths Paul Grischy Arthur Hallett Phillip Heil William Hill Ed Lidseen Carlton Lunsford Louis Mendel Robert Nau David Porter Harry Robe Edward Simrall Nathan Solinger Dan Tobin Alan Walsh Robert Wright l'i'33 Mel Bernstein Ged Brown David DeVore Robert Galbraith William Gilliland Clifford Goldmeyer Wm Groppenbacher Fred Hoehler Robert Johnson Kosciusko Kemper Bernard Levin Louis Levy Sidney Mullikin Leon Saler George Smith Gordon Strauss Robert White Carl Williams I934 Carl Austing Robert Eagen Robert Hoeler George Kramer George Levengood Fred Pressler Donovan Sayrs Victor Strauss Walter Tuttle l935 James Cook Harry Duncan Donald Gilbert John Hellebush William Lloyd Clyde Nau Kenneth Parker Frank Purdv William Rhayme Wayne Rich Russell Towers Larry Trame Wilbur Wright l936 John Findlay Jack Keefe Walter Knocke Charles Weichert Harry Wilkerson Ralph Yeager i937 Douulas Day William Feldhaus Larry Gibboney Charles Gillett Ralph Grace Robert Heuck, Jr Charles Mileham Clifford Mueller Gordon Orr l93B Rabt. Biedenbender Milton Brooks Rick Campbell Robert Dalton Bill Ferguson Robert Kamp Bud Kelchner Frank Molloy Wes Newkirk Richard Powell Jed Small Charles Salou I939 Ed Alexander Roger Anderson Lloyd Gysin Joe Lowry Bill Pettit Roger Van Schoyck I940 Sid Friedman Charles Grimm Robert Kreimer William Parchman Kenneth Pitt Marty Scheider Merrill B, Van Pelt l94l Mac Benedict Fred Daniell James Fuller Kenneth Heuck William Kelchner Ellis King Joe Morris, Jr Lloyd O'Hara Nick Skorich Ray Virgin l742 Richard Anderson Jack Bode John Bedway Linus Haby Elbert Nickel Verne Ullom l'?45 Kenneth Guise Richard Hantord Gordon Hughmarlr Leonard Klusrnan Kenneth Miller Albert Strasser I 946 R, A Cromer Fred Ebeling Bob Kraushar George Koch Bob Sarstield BHI Smyth l947 William Anderson Bert Bauer Robert Bauman Robert Fenlon D, B Kee Dick Langenbeck George Moore Alkie Richards Irv Schartenberger Robert Siekman Roger Stephens Jack Strubbe l948 Tom Blake Charles Crozier John Fuhrman Earl Hobt Robert Huber Orville Retzsch Floyd Shorts William Westerleld N749 Richard Dallmer lrvin Behrendt Thurman Owens Harold Johnson John Promik George Paul Don McMillan Don Gaddis Sidney Carson Pete St. Clair Tom Kinder Tom O'Malley Lowell Storm Robert Montgomery i950 Robert Frith Jack Tracey Nick Shundich Jim Kelly Bill Clements Page IZ3 lllex 0 Ulex, a men's honorary, is composed of afhleles and non-al'h- lefes who, 'rhrough fheir campus aclivifies, have served our Univer- sily. Wifh lhe words "Ulex Selec+s" ringing in fheir ears new pledges are welcomed info lhis spiril' organizalion. Twice a year 'lhe Ulex pledges enlerlain lhe "grill hounds" wilh 'lheir anlics and 'lheir aHire-gunny-sack shirls, slraw hals and +in pails which +hey mus+ fill wilh conlribulions for 'lhe benefil of lheir lhirsly brolhers. On lhe more serious side, Ulex is hosl' +o a group of orphans al a fool'- ball game and lhey annually honor 'lhe oulslanding UC baslcelball player wi+h a lrophy. ROW I-Slaub, R, Luchi, J, Traberl, T, ROW 2-Grammar, D., Ziegler, J,, Sfaurberg, J. ROW 3-Shearrow, J., Pilman, L, Sesfakauskas, D., Kelly J., Clemenl, W. ROW 4--Holstein, J., Sf. Clair, P., Driscol, J., Sample, G., Cleveland, D. ROW 5-Buflelwerfh, J., Miflendorf, F, Manfgamery, R,, Haslinger, L. ROW 6-Slrallon, R., Laub, J. ROW 7-Shundich, N, Frilh R., Jansen, D, McDonald, B, ' u v 4 f .fini -J '- YA 1, iff' Xb if X Ya presidenl-lloyd pilman vice-presidenl-jerry friedlander secre'l'ary-dan seslalcaulws 'lreasurer-jim lcelly presideni-n. f. eichenberger vice-presideni-e. d. smi+h secrefary-alolph iesswein freasurer-edward dacey SEATED-Bradbury, B, Dacey, E, Ercnenberger, N, Jesswein, A, ROW l-Herweh, A, Doclrow, N, Rohn, E,, son, J, Sanneman, R, Bereslun, A ROW 2-Johnson, P, Gebhardf, C, Heberer, N, Greene, R, Queen, J, Hedges, C ROW 3-Winder, D, Runck, E, Pohlrrvan, R, Weslerlund, K, Livezey, F., McCord, E o eta kappa nu Talen'r in elecirical engineering is fhe maior requiremenf for membership in E+a Kappa Nu, for 'rhese men musf rank in +he upper 'ihird of 'their senior class. Obligared by +i'liS honor, members spend much of fheir rime promofing 'rhe field of elecirical engineering. For fhis reason 'they helped wiih +he orieniafion of freshmen and sopho- mores in 'their cleparimenf. However, Elo Kappa Nu is noi com- pleiely segregaied from fhe o+her engineering honoraries. ln coop- eralion wifh fhese groups This organizaiion sponsored ihe annual "Honos Hop" dance. This spring's "Co-op Day" proiecis also re- flecied work done by 'rhe group. A highly organized program char- acferized a successful year for Efa Kappa Nu. Page l25 the eath r outsid ' . . . 'e :X - Ni u li Q. E 'Q 5. ki , ffl 5 5 fy . -.E .x ' A -1 a Q . xii: it 4 fx if Q: ' - 1 ' , qk V, , H xv- . ,"'f'K, 'Y A ' ' 1 54, TI .- "'-f,..g..,.. -32 g...4..I',:--2-iwvSR.w-ggv'-azxwr 1'5- -wiliig 'X' lr. 'kt A-" X N' ' ::rt'f31'm2't'v 5: if 3 f ,z-.4 , . .Zi 1 L Eff, f -1-if? VME 3.k-:xtqili -1-2:15 L13 5' 1, wwf U k,N.X. ,, . W, ' lT".XXx. v '- Q --ft+sa:l5'f5x wskvr' 533353 W Page 9 pi tau sigma o E+a Chapfer of Pi Tau Sigma, nafional mechanical engineering honorary, played hos+ ihis pas? fall +o one hundred represen+a'fives of fiffy-five chapfers around fhe counfry who were aHending fhe nafional convenfion in Cincinnaii. Their engineer gues+s enioyed a smoker, a banquet fours of local indusfries and a foo+ball game. Members of Pi Tau Sigma are selecled biannually by 'rhe fraferniiy on 'lhe basis of scholarship, leadership, personalily and all-around abilify. A+ 'fheir monihly business mee'fings 'rhe +hir+y-nine members plan iniiiafion banquefs, ihe Honos Hop, Co-op Day exhibiiions, and +he Handbook award +o ihe oufsianding sophomore in mechan- ical engineering. SEATED-Katz, F, Cunningham, D, Kusnerus, J, Applequisl, H, Krumpe, R ROW I-Messinger, R, Miller, G,, Plei- lerle, R, Higkox, C, Kung, N, Robinson, R ROW 2-Drake, J., Pfennigwerfh, P., Baker, B, Evans, J, Mofz, B, Doggeff, N ROW 3-'Gow P Phillips R, Broering, H, Pollen, F., Schloemer, P. presidenf-duane applequisf vice-presiden+-jay byrer record'g secrefary-james kusnerus +reasurer-roberi' krumpe presidenl-phyllis sponsel vice-pres.-ianef schaffner scheper recording-sec'y-marilyn robbins cor. sec'y-ardifh schafer SEAYED-Thompson, S., Sponsel, P, Ohlmann, l ROW I-Schafer, A, Campbell, E, Birn, M o pi chi epsilon There remains somelhing of The pioneer in lhose women who enler Business Adminislralion and Engineering College. The women selecled for Pi Chi Epsilon are Thus 'rhe lrue lrailblazers in Fields 'thai once were for men only. Pi Chi Epsilon members are leaders among leaders-lhose who againsl s+iFf compe+i+ion have aHained ou+s+anding records in scholarship, membership and leadership. These women work wi+h Co-Ep Club in sponsoring a Chrislmas Open l-louse, fhey help on Co-Op Day, and award scholarships +o 'fhe mosl deserving girl of each class as parl of lheir emphasis on fhe mulual advancemenl of academic, business, and social life. Page I27 -L o phi epsilon kappa Foofballs and baseball bafs were lef+ af home when +he physical and heallh educalion maiors, sludious enough 'lo be selecfed for Phi Epsilon Kappa, came 'fo iheir monlhly social meefings. Phi E K selecls i+s members from +he +op upperclassmen who mainiain a "C" average. They sponsored, along wilh Arele, ihe Ballol Ball on elecfion day, and awarded a scholarship 'fo +he oul- slanding unclergraduafe in lhe Field of physical and heallh educalion. SEATED-Levin E, Luchi, J Sesfakauckas D, Hose linger L ROW I-Bullock N, McKeever,T Sample, G, Schrrvailuss W, Rolls-s, F, Trousdell T ROW 2- Trurr: J Dfifcoil J Schebor, C Jungclas R, Rally J Ffiih R ROW 34l-lolslein J Monlw D Snydef, J Sloub, R, Williams, J Page iza '91 o scarab Scarab fra+erni+y was founded in I909 af +he Universily of Illinois for +he purpose of improving archifeclure as a profession and in I929 found i+s way fo Cincinna+i's campus. lnilialion info fhis upper-classman group requires a scho- laslic average of B. The pas'r Nov. I9-22 Osiris, 'the Cincinnali chapfer, played hos? lo 'fhe l95O nalional convenfion. Anofher even+ of 'rhe group is fhe slcelch compelilion held each spring. Williams, W, Sfeea, J, Bell, F, Smilh, K. ,, SEATED-Chrisfian, R., Hayes, R, Fish, C, Isaacs, R. ROW I ., Champlin, R, Boyd, J,, Hermes, R, ROW 2 o sororities O CW Q if Nb rusllin Q o Alpha, Bela, Gamma, and Della mean? nofhing 'ro 'the average girl unril +ha+ red leH'er day in Sepiember when rushing began and +l1e Greeks suddenly became 'fhe mosf impor+an'r +hing in lhe world. The firsr fwo days were feas when lhe rushee wore her besl black dress, hal and heels, and +ea, punch, and small icrllx became 'rhe order of +l1e day. l"'f eww.. f X , T,-f The following week was more fun No? only was 'rhe rushee relaxed in socks and loafers buf she was enfer famed by slufs and achves anhcs She found lhal fhe smiling faces had names and personalihes and were as anxious fo make an impression as she Occasionally she rushed home fo fhe hearfhsfone fo si? for a few minufes of grafeful silence and fhen came 'rhe perplexing prob- lem of which group fo choose. Ai las? came fhe day of bidding, and fhe rushee become a pledge wi+h fhe ac- iives, her sislersl fi- J , -v 'S' -v 'C Ji" , LE- 'i'9g, ' ew? ,' "'5. jx . 331. a -bk . meh., ...Lg s, LJ... ROW I-Jenkins, R, Pugh, D, Fussner, J, Thomas, J. ROW 2-Gains, S., Dick, B., Perf, B, Engelke, E, Frankenslein, B, Birn, M. ROW 3-Soar, A., Koegel, P., Hucksoll, J, Saville, I, Slonley, C., Reeves, J ROW 4-Marucci, N., Slarr, C., Sander, S, Mara, M , Kallus, J., Boehm, I. ROW 5-Vcighl, J., Parry, P., Creighlon, J, Hawkins, A., Ellioll, J., Bailey, N. o ll n-hell ni ouncil The "Big Boss" governing campus sororilies is Pan-Hellenic Council. As a group if forms lhose all-imporlanl' decisions for Greek leHer women. Two represenlafives from each campus sororily and Mrs. Rose Rupp, adviser, compose lhe council. Pan'Hell's funcfions are 'lhe working ou'r of o rush syslem, scholarship requiremenls, and an officer lraining workshop. l r l l Highlighling +he social season, Pan-Hell works along wilh IFCY lo plan Greek Weekend and wifh WGS lo sponsor lhe Kampusl King Dance. Na+ +o be overlooked is lhe worfhwhile proiecli of caring for cz needy war orphan. n Z' i o inter-sororit house council presidenf-dorofhy wood vice-presidenf-mary ann vincenf secre+ary-marjorie fox Alfhough sororify girls mighi have secrelly hoped for a loophole, 'ihere's no denying fhe uniform sei of rules and regulaiions se+ up for sororiiy houses under lhe auspices of fhe lnlersororify House Council. Similar fo The Dorm Council, buf noi fo be confused wifh ii, ihe func- lion of 'rhe execufive board of +his group was 'ro decide on prevalen+ problems and rules of conducf. Tha+ l:OO deadline on Friday nighfs was hard +o lake, buf H' was fhe fair decision of girls from each of +he I6 sorori+ies-a sis'fer's word became law. ROW I-Campbell, E, Wood. D, Foxl M ROW 2-Sarlran, M, Smith, J, Hawkins, A Davies, G ROW 3-Gilmore, B, Cadman, N, Bailey, M is cr G x,g Q X ROW I-Price, J, Parry, P, Campbell, E, Creighton, J, Turner, Mrs. F., Ludeke, G., Francq, D., Doscher, M., Heinz, E., Flaig, J. ROW Z-Sowder, W., Taafle, J., Reichle, A. Henderson, P, Bell, J, Davis, N, Popplewell, L, Knodel, M., Sfovall, J., Price, N., Adams, P., Brigham, D. ROW 3-Rauh, M., Derbes, M., Nordylre, K., Coppens, C, Funke, D, Heinz, R, Thall, E, Oberschmidi, C., Evans, R., Paolino, S., Hallman, M., S7. Cyr, J., Hirlinger, P. ROW 4-Morson, B., Berning, A., Kees, J., King, J, Harper, H, Kluener, J,, Arnold, J, Kirslein, A., Lehrer, J., Aeschboch, H, Newman, G., Duermil, D. ROW 5-Simpson, J, Pelerson, N., Meyer, V., Sf. Cyr, R., Connolly, B, Brill, M, Hall, V, Feiler, J, Blersch, D, Hanna, C, Grossheirn, J., Horner, J. Page I34 All alpha chi omega Presidenl-Jane+ Creighlon Vice-Presidenf-Eleanor Heinz Secrelary-Denise Francq Treasuerr-Grace Ludeke Founded De Pauw Universily I885 Alpha Del+a Chapfer es+ablished in l9l9 The Alpha Chi's greeied 'rhe rushees 'lhis year wifh a few more 'trophies added +o +heir ever in- creasing colleclion. The girls worked hard in school during i950 and were rewarded by winning 'lhe coveled Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Cup. The pledge formal in December ini+ia+ed +he holiday round of parries, including caroling al' lhe Allenheimg and Spring saw anolher cherished year broughf lo o close wifh fhe fradifional Senior Bonquef. l alpha delta pi Presidenf-Jeanne Kaffus Vice-Presidenl'-Joan Dangel Secrefary Pa+ Tierney Treasurer Kahe Knopf Founded of Wesleyan Collegefor Womne I85I Be'I'a Pa Clwapier esfabllshed l935 Wifh Hue close of rushing 'rhere were many lighf blue and wl1i+e pledge "pals" around campus and on close inspeclion we discovered +l1e proud wearers were ADPi pledges. H wasn"r long before +hese pledges were fefed of +I-ne memorable pledge formal and pariies of all descripfions. Spring was very special for flue ADPi's because May I5+l1 was ' f F' +l1eir IOOH1 birfhday. There was a lol' of spiril in ' flue "old girl" ye+! fi ROW I-Sfewarf, A., Sawfelle, B., Dangel, J., Kaffus, J., Cayielel, Mrs. A., Knopf, K, Tierney, P, Doyle, B, Poundsfone, G ROW 2-Liggef, B, Huber, B, Duffy, M Manfhey, J., Dimmeff, Y., Barlow, S., Knopf, E, Olsson, J, Henderson, I. ROW 3-Hoban, A, King, R., Wallace, P, Hewiff, M, Volk, M, Thompson, S, Dick, A Durham, A., Vehr, C., Ryan, L. ROW 4-Edwards, E., Schwerier, P., Mara, M., Saffran, M, Dells, P, Fischer, R, Brueggemann, B, Ley, D, Warner, R ROW 5-Marh E., Sfeinle, P., Finn, T., Hudson, S., McNeeIy, B, Bodensiein, H., Jillar, R., Klofz, J. Page l35 . K ' flrffn i ' . 431 ii " R 3 QQ .-. Qi: If ' 'C LI k ,I .-, - Au- . .-Tl "4 in Q 'N s A . 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W' S x VA alpha gamma delta Presiden+-Doris Pugh l X Vice-Presiden+-Joyce McGilliard 5 gig Secrefary-Joy Jackson Treasurer-Marilyn Rousey Q- Founded Syracuse Universify I904 1 Alpha Gamma Chapler esiablished l923 , g -K g g J K I Affer spending much of fhe summer in planning fall rush parfies, fhe Alpha Gams were well re- warded wifh a grand pledge class. The chapfer spenf 'I'heir 'lime sfudying lbo+h academic and social subiecfsl, and also worked hard on +heir al- iruisfic proiecf of helping cerebral palsied children. Wi+h a lo'r of common sense, a pareni'-daughfer Chrisfmas par+y was included in fhe usual round of formals and par+ies. ROW I-Hamilton, A, Hughes, D, Pugh, D, Daniels, Mrs. A., McGilliard, J., Rousey, M. ROW 2--Jackson, J., Weiss, B., Block, B., Kuehne, V., Herqef, N., Berfschlnger, J, Bailey, M ROW 3-Hucksoil, J., Forman, C, Smith, M, Beckman, C., Ulmer, N, Miers, M. ROW 4-Duerr, M., Durban, J., Simmons, D., Lyon, B,, Seuberf, R., Werf, F, Easfburn, G. sf' 6' Y 1 E' 1 E' ,E i ,ss .3 lf rf ' he 4, pm T7 li v' KT' C7. v' wa" ,3,r. - v 5 Page I36 1455 l 1 ROW l-O'Leary, H., Schuberl, M, Henlh, l,, Lane, Mrs. E, Maas, M B hl R H g b ch C ROW 2 S d lb lx E M B S h lf G R P., Pappas, B., Plsek, D, ROW 3-Evanoff, A, Sfutzrnan, S, Boyles, M OR lly P B lr C B J B h l C ROW 4-W Mg M., Marin, .l,, Hummel, C, Leesernann, A, Wnff, W, Macklum, P Allll y Presidenl-Myrna Meas Vice-Presidenl-Thelma Healh Recording Secrelary-BeHy Means Treasurer-Margie Schuberl Founded Columbia Universily l879 Thefa E+a Chap+er eslablished l929 Wi+h a newly decoraled inferior, ihe AOPi's pracfically 'lurned fhemselves inside ou+ wifh pride! An opporfunify +o show +heir splendors 'ro 'lhe enfire campus was offered when 'lhe new housemolher, Mrs. Elizabe+h Lane, was honored by an open house inlroclucing her lo U.C. The new Hanover chapler inspec+ed +he new plush on fheir weekend visif, December 8-9, for Founder's Day and a winfer formal. xc.: Q, fs x "Linh A :rr stirs ' l X l . ' ,M we 9 . QA 3 " J 1 -...s L VY ' ' . . X, X., . Q Q.. v al ROW I-Kroeger, I., Schrader, J., Cecil, R., Aglamesis, M., Thomas, J., Grover, Mrs. E., Wasmer, J., Geohegan, L., Russe, R., McHenry, M. ROW 2-Tyndall, S., Gas- kins, B, Slewarf, J, Lee, S, Bewis, P, Hood, M, Weimer, B, J, Seiferf, J., Wilson, P., Lundberg, B., Miller, M. ROW 3-Ellioll, S., Moesla, J., Manlhey, J., Keuper, B, Brown, C. J, Parker, J, Nead, R, Thomas, C, Sievers, B, Harrison, J., Rodgers, P. ROW 4-Burdsell, S., Buelfinger, D., Fisher, J., Mack, E., Thiele, G., Renaker, H, Jordan, B, Hamilton, M R., Andraud, M, McGill, G. ROW 5-Wolson, J., Dieckmann, A., Limburg, N., Copelan, O., Mol1,G., Church, S., Keflner, M., Kramer, S., Guy, J, Soar, A ROW 6- Cofield, C, Blank, S, Williamson, S., Hurley, D., Hamer, E., Kleine, S, Kyrlach, N, Hewilf, M, Graff, L., Vincenl, M. A., Obermann, J. 1 L fx chi omega Presidenl-Joan Thomas Vice-Presidenl-June Wasmer Secrelary-Mary Aglamesis Treasurer-Lee Geohegan Founded al' Universily of Arkansas l895 Pi Alpha Chapler esfablished l9l3 Chi O slepped info lhe Fall limelighl' as Myra KeHner was chosen "besl' looking blonde" a'l lhe ATO sweepsfakes and Pal' Wilson slepped oul as new Band Sponsor. Thanksgiving and Chrislmas kepl' 'the gals busy filling baske+s for need Cin- cinna+i families. Bolh aclives and alums celegraled i 'lhe founding of Chi Omega on April 5 wilh an Eleusinian Banquel. The Spring Formal was also in ' April, where +he main evenl was lhe crowning of, +he Chi O King. ' 1 Page I38 I - tv -es.-,wqrax-5 . f 5,1 r -X, q 135 2- " delta delta delta Presidenl-Jane Voighl' Vice-Presidenl-Mary Lou Ahrens Secrelary-Dolly Jackson Treasurer-Doris Gesselbrachl' Founded in l888 al Boslon Universily Zela Chapler eslablished in l892 lf you ever hear lhe "buHon lune," wilhoul lurning around, you know il is a Tri Dell pledge shuffling along, singing a song. Bul 'lhen who doesn'l lurn around when a prelly girl's singing? The ATO's """ ' lurned righl' around and selecled Valerie Leucl for Sweepslakes girl. Music proved a popular lheme for lhe Tri Dells wilh lheir Homecoming floal fash- ioned like an accordion and 'lhe rylhhmic 'lempo of everpopular formals. ' x.. ROW I-Geselbrachf, D., Baer E., Scoll, B, Ahrens, M., Mrs. Holiday, Voighl, J.. Niederhelman, J, Hock, J ROW Z- Bush, B, Hughes, P., Billz, B, Carson, E, Ellioll, J., Hodson, D., Knight, H, Cadman, N, Dievferl, B., Vance, J, ROW 3-Holmes, S, Worsham, B., DeCamp, J, Webb, L., Ward, B., Beelem, M. J, Klausing, D, Pascal, M., Borrow, C., Chapman, J. ROW 4-Whealley, J., Bachler, M., Walker, L,, Black, H., Gies, M, McHugh, E, Reece, P, Coleman, N., Howard, S, Murphy, M, ROW 5-Paisley, S., Koell, J,, Moore, L., Cochran, J, Pickering, N, Sullivan, H, Fink, A, Leuchv, V, Landman, B, Gaeb, C ROW 6-Naylor, N, Schwebel, 1, Tie- meyer, C, Buck, R., Tanqeman, M. E, Hagan, N., Van Wagner, A, Maue, F, Harf, A, Edwards, A we cv Ns. W . I S l K l Page I39 AIIIE delta phi epsilon Presidenl-Barbara Frankenslein Vice-Presidenl-Lorraine Falcon Secrefary-Rulh Sfiebel Treasurer-Pauline Kauffman Founded New York Universify l9l7 Mu Chapler eslablished l92b The fwo lime winners of fhe Mefro parlicipalion cup is a lille claimed wilh pride by fhe D Phi E's. This fine spiril of loyally and a'Henclance is re- flecled in all fhe acfivilies of +hese girls. The l950- 5I season proved no exceplion as +he sorori+y broughf fo a close ano+her successful year wi+h +he Founders' Day Banquel in March, and lhe Ini- +ia+ion formal in March as s+andou'l's among many aclivifies planned and accomplished. ROW I-Sliebel R, Franlrensfenn, B, Wilds, Mrs M, Falcon, L., Kauffman, P. ROW 2-Gersenfish, E, Charnk, B, Rose, J,, Sfrauss, R,, Farber, V., Muchaelson, I. ROW 3-Gains, S, Peal, S, Gordon, J, Llpsky, M, Vigran, A, Michelman, J. Page I4O 9 ROW I-Sander, S, Slarr, C, Cooper Mrs, Rapp, L, Schoenleld, B., Heis, E ROW Z-Sornrners, M, Chase Worden, B, Meyers, V,, Foersler, E, Walker, M delta zeta Presidenl-Charlene Slarr Vice-Presidenl-Lois Rapp Secrelary-Belly Lou Schoenleld Treasurer-Sharon Sander Founded al Miami Universily I902 Xi Chapler eslablished I9I6 Shades ol red and green! Thal's lhe colorful scheme ol lhe newly decoraled Della Zela base- menl, which has been lurned inlo a wonderful ralhslceller. "Della Zela al lhe Racelraclcu is lhe lheme, wilh reproduclions ol lhe racelrack ligures used in lhe drapery repealed on lhe walls. Upslairs in lhe lrophy case is lhe WAA lnlramural Trophy, won by lhe DZ's lor lhe pasl lwo years-even for lhe alhlelically inclined, lhol lakes some doing! KP" ,r1..V 1. . 9 , B, Thomas, J, Bradham S , Sandhas, B, Graham . P, D , A, Newbold, P, Cones, M, Daubenbus, J. ROW 3-Muller, C, Freylag, C., Gales, D, Racking, J, Owens, E, Young C, Thomas, C, Srmlh, I ROW 4- avwson ll Lf-if s - ,-V V -ws: 11.:nll ww? -psi", rw 'M ' gl ini LJ E!! Page l4I X X 5 E a . v ii' - il. 35 f 'J Q 4 . ll' i , if . Wg ie 1 J Egg z. ' r- if 1' vi - E ' ' Eli E va -1 X Q . K., J 1' Q , , ,S ' ' ,A Q M A K' ,o N if -N: s 4- rv B '. ' ,, A-ms ,sv ' we-3 -.,5fi . ' , - ri Erzfg 5- "1- M-V 6 , ., .7 me ' Fl -' -V ls., .V OX , - - l . l i ,xl ny W Lockwood C, Theil, A, Dunn, D, Halfersley, N, McClure, G, Johnsfon, M., Lauler, N., Fillro, S., Hagen, B., Pollhoff, M. ROW 3-Mueller, A. Bulsch, B Heinz, J, Reisner, J, Niehus, J., Neff, M., Parry, N., Aszman, J., Scholl, P. ROW 5-Groenke, G., Tucker, M., Funlre, H., Auburn, Donlon, J, Taylor, N, Miller, B, Garrison P., M-:Vey, S. kappa alpha theta Presidenl-Palricia Gill Hake Vice-Presidenl'-Alberla Caine Secrelary-Margarel Green Treasurer-Phyllis Sponsel Founded De Pauw Universily l870 Alpha Tau eslablished l9l3 Summing up lhe year, Thela added a new piclure window, divided a good share of 'fhe cam- pus spoils, and mulliplied ils program of fun and fellowship. Thus 'lhey exlracled lhe essenlials of college life, applied lhe common denominalor of friendship, and +he dividends paid off in such sub- sfanlial ways as lhe mosl beauliful Homecoming floal, ATO "Venus" in +he form of Mary Maddux. and 'rhe good limes of slumber parlies, iusl' plain par-lies, and formals. "v gr-1'k'U-cz. . ."?i47fR1"3'l"'. 4-sf' 'fi . in ..s:m4..Lf.-"fi.' A - 1 " Page l42 ROW l-Coughlan, D, Beniamin, P, Sponsel, P, Gill, P, Chapman, F., Green, M., Marucci, N., Anderson, N., Rice, B., Dunbar, P. ROW 2-Cragg, A., Albers, J., , Simmons, N., Genlrup, A, Zlnkhon, F, Rule J, Pogue, O, Maddux, M, Lung, R., Croker, A., Taylor, L., Sproull, B., Voraw, V. ROW 4-Bailey, N., lngle, B., Sendelbeck, D., Weslerman, L., A., Janlz, J., Vosmer, S., l l kappa delta Presidenl-Belly Dick Vice-Presidem'-Joan Lavell Secrelary-Janel Hynes Treasurer--Rulh Moak Founded Virginia Slale Normal School l897 Omega Xi Chapler eslablished l9l3 The big while house on Sororily Circle look on +he aura of anoll-ner big While House when officers from 'lhe Kappa Dell Nalional l-leadquarlers came visiling. Everylhing buslled wilh ofliicialdom. The lempo changed and everyone "ius'f plain busl'led" lhrough round afler round of social and campus aclivilies including lhe 'lradi+ional KD Karnival, lwo formals, and fhe mainlenance of several para- palelics al Children's Hospilal. ROW I-Hunf, M,, Hynes, J., Dick, B., Kammann, Mrs. E., Lovell, J, Schulle, M, Burl, J, Moak, R ROW 2 Bauer o ar mrnons c e J SnY ef J., Daullon, P., Ruehlman, H, Munro, J., Munro, H. ROW 3-Reinhard, L., Meinken, M., Schildmeyer, J, Mere e as ow ISE MUG Er M WOO Bradburn, B. ROW 4-Goerferniller, M., Bollinger, J, Hieafl, S, Bammerlin, J., Harl, P., Hofmann, V, Hemphill Sc mid R ROW 5 Welling V Wagner G., Sfopper, A., Jennings, D., Heinald, W., Wilson, B., Rehn, J, Rehn, J, Willson, B ROW 6-Knablaugh, J Grueninger D rank E ne hi Lynn L DeSa vo G., Maclre, M., McConachie, N, Oates, P, ,,... i .. viii' K . -. :nc 3 . kappa kappa gamma Presidenf-Caroline Sfanley Vice-Presidenf-Janel' Oberlander Secrefary-Jeanne Wiseman Treasurer-Margaref Thompson Founded Monmoulh College l87O Be+a Rho es+ablished I9l4 This year's rushing found 'fhe Kappas in 'lheir brond new house, where +he newly decorafed rooms and recenlly acquired +rophies were shown off wi+h pride. Among 'lhe cups on 'I'he manfle were Nancy Todd's Junior Prom Queen Trophy, +he lnlerfra- 'rernily Sing Cup, 'rhe Pledge Scholarship Trophy ' ,, Q 71' - BTN and Jean FugiH's Thefa Chi Dream Girl Cup. Soon A .- H' . M ' added 'fo lhese by 'fhe pledges were 'lhe Sweep- ' A slalces Cup and +he cup for +heir Raggedy Ann L. Homecoming Floor. ROW l-Thvmnson, M, Newell, S, Foley, K., Oberlander, J., Slonley, C, Kaemmerle, E., Fuldner, N., Davies, G. ROW 2-Kleesaflel, J., Simons, C., Oesper, G.. Smith, C. SDECJIVWUH. J, Miller, E, Chenowefh, D, Wrighv, E, McNarnee, J, Carpenler, N, ROW 3--Moeller, J., Boone, B., Doran, L., Fossil, A., Avey, V., Vdndefheld. BV. Wheeler, M Rich, H, Plafi, N ROW 4- Sebaslion, N, Roberts, D, Milligan, P, Cruse, C., Duffy, M., Donner, R., Sfeinmelz, S., Hogan, E., Harlrnan, J. ROW 5- Haskins, J Keller, M, Slalev. S, Bain, V, Kling, C, Cadwollader, B, Molherhead, C, Paflen, S., Baas, A ROW 6-Carnpagne, R., McCue, J., Whiting, L., Boyef. N, Cors, A, Messinger, J., Dieckrnann, B, Stanley, J,' Fugiffl J, T? T Y ,qi , ., . -Q . .Q . Q -, l . -- s -A ' . -z v 'f - .. .. 6 . - Q. E I -,Qi , -3 ,A . ' Q Q . 'P . 1 " T U wi 9' ' 5 - . '-7. , .,-. QQ 9 v v I rl ,f ff- ss' J ,- - i 7 '- J . 'f . 2 7 . 1 Page I44 ROW I-Boehm, I, Meyers, Mrs C. Fussner, J, Malas, J. ROW 2-Sfewarl, J, Glins, V.,Bernard, J, Pefroslmy, M., Kreke, J pi lambda sigma Presidenf-Joan Fussner Vice-Presideni'-Ida Mae Boehm Secrefary-Jean Melos Treasurer-Jean Bernard Founded Bosfon Universi+y I920 Zela Chap+er esfablished I933 You iusl can"r gef away from if-Jrhis year was convenlion year for Cincinna+i. Jus+ wha+ 'rhe sud- den aH'rac+ion was for our fair ci+y will probably always remain a myslery. Bu? Pi Lambda Sigma had a hosl' of sleulhs during 'rheir Na+ional Conven- Hon held here in July. The Zela chapfer con+inued 'lheir roles as hos+esses for a spor+ parfy a+ Mary Pe+roslcy's home and +he Chrisfmas pledge formal. MV- I I , , l 'fig its ,' i" , IU f E, . ,5MM, iv S . 3 .H . gs' Q Q - ??i3? .,, QV urwj l v , rf: '43 ,.1. as J !'g3 Q"g1g.f:'.il il' .ees A nw.1s Vg, 4 1 Q , A I f 1 l J S K ly Page I45 use that refreshes . . . ,- . ..::--,,:,-:-:N PR-'-il . , . A pg 3 , , .T N 1s-A:bare5,.3-,:,-:'s1.-E.'S'3'-4-Xwgaxgsrig' 5:-:f D:- .S- 'G ROW l-Walk .:,. Q .:' EY' G3 'kv 'J uns, S, Snyder, A ,Colburn, Mrs, Goelze, 13 S 4:5 1 gs- ast 9 -ey' .0 fan N- ROW 2'-AUM. J-. HGWUHS. A ,SmcII, M., McCarlhy, M. ROW 3-Hines, R,, Flora, B., Shiels, N, I ,, ... ..... .... ....k .........s..ss..,....-... .........-QQ.,-, A- "Y K-----f -- ,. -Y -,,.. -...... ..........,- .... l -.., ....s-- ,, , ..,,...-....s-.A,..s....x-M. . , b..E.s1w:g5. A ,-::O'- ,sy- V... ..-. ............ .....-...........,...........g.....u4.,... ' - .,..-..................-X... .,......:Q.... ... ..................,-.-.f ........................h..a.. ' ...........................,..... lllll gl 55- ill, ill-lege-fl. , I ,, iii Ph' ""' 4.----.......... EIS .........., .., ' 4 I "....T.' .. .111 'lsr - Page I4o , . ,..,.,...., ,..... at - ..,,.'Y fi 3-51 s-, f-'-- . .A T-- V--JY V 1 Q A 1.4. Tiff I i' l , T , l.-.1--1 , -. .. ,..e.- ' - -A-W Yin' , -'i ,f-.frgrs I,-..:..u. ig... is, i Presidenl'-lrene Saville Vice-Presidenl'-Ann Hawkins Secrefary-Mary McCarl'hy Treasurer-Amy Lou Snyder Founded Wesleyan College I852 Della Zela Chapler eslablished I93l Off 'lo Spring Mill! Bul' clon"r jump fo 'lhose firsl' conclusions. ll was Spring Mill, New Jersey, and lhe even? was 'rhe nalional convenlion of Phi Mu. Allhough il was nol 'rhe some honeymoon almos- phere usually associaled wilh Spring Mill, 'lhe lrip was very produclive as 'rhe Cincy Chapler came home wi+h lols of ideas for bolh work and lay. These lhey incorporaled info 'lhe plans for rushing. floals, formals and aclive-alum parlies. sigma delta tau Presidenl-Barbara Perry Vice-Presidenl-Lois l'lorwi'lz Secrelary-Louise Dine Treasurer-Phyllis Lilwin Founded Cornell Universily I9l7 Epsilon Chapler es+ablished I927 Afler a heclic ruslw schedule feafuring a flneme of "Rusl1ember," lhe Sig Dells and fl1eir fliirleen N brand new pledges se'Hled down +o a big year. - SDT lcepl' busy in all lines of UC life, wi+l-1 gals on Q, X ,l l K 5.-wi ' M 'T Morlar Board and Tribunals, on Dean's Lis+, and in 11.-,hgf .i - , , b l .-ff 'llwe social Iighf wifh a Dad's Day dinner and a Baclcwoods dance. They found lime for monlhly X Q philanfhropic proiecls loo: and +l1e addilion of a wonderful new housemolher, Miss Rulln Aaron, if-' " f- made lhe year iusf abouf perfecl. 'ff Q. .. ROW I-Dine, L., Perry, B., Aarons, R., Horwifz, L., Lifwin, P ROW Z-Friedman, J., Wolf, S, White, l, Grubbs, M, C-idney, V., Horowivz, C. ROW 3-Wisger, O., Miller, D., Joseph, G., Mark M, Weiner, I., Behrendv, A. ROW 4-Yeager, N., Hecht, M., Busch, S, Slillpass, B., Appel, J, Pushkin, B. ROW 5-Rarnmelsberg, C , Byer, E., Gould, B., Klebanow, M., Schaen, S., Harkauy, R. G' K pw--wi r 'Q Q xx sf Page I47 -4- 4 'Q ff ,,. 4 2 theta phi alpha -u I Vice-Presidenl-Pai Cleveland . Secrefary-Jackie Rush Presidenl-Mary Ann Birn Treasurer-Shirley Lange -J 'lf Founded Universify of Michigan I9lI - Epsilon Chapier eslablished l9l I I Q Before ihe impacl of rushing, pledging and ' , .?,,s.,.wm..N,..E regis+ra'fion subsided, fhe Thela Phi's found Them- f 1 selves swepf off in 'rhe +ide of campus social life. 1 The season was successful wi+h new +rophies and fiiles added 'lo 'the enioymen+ of each even+. Nol- 9- """'f"r..-arm? ably, Sue Hanlon won fhe Sophos Queenship, Mary E Lee Fielman was selecled as +he mosl' beau+iful bruneHe pledge of lhe ATO Sweepsfakes, and Sue Topmueller, Song Bird of ROTC. 'ROW l-GVOQOV' M Rush lr LUDQ9, S, Cleveland, P, Beck, Mrs Anna, Birn, M , Schmalz, J., Lang, V. ROW Z-Heidacher, H., Bosse, J., Taylor, C., Mussio, A., Weber, J, Birkenbeil, H, Buether, J, Molnar, I, Walsh, M. ROW 3-Koegel, J., Slagnaro, D., Blesi, M, Bergman, B., Bafsche, M., Leary, G., Leis, I., Zeirler, M., Oiara, L, Herberf, E ROW 4-Trice, P, Fielman, M, Bare, J, Colacurcio, J., Schmitt, E., Kuhlman, R., Quinn, C., Frankenberg, A., Bradley, B. ROW 5-Minella, G., HUDUVQEY. M 57VYb9l. C, Porleous, M, Vogele, M, Papken, P, Graege, R, Weber, J, Kaerner, K,, Orlner, S. xj -9 ff S9 '-'-v Page I48 1-1 Q Q? G vr Q ,f v 7 ROW l-Codrnan, L, Schulze, G, lrwin, M, Robinson, P, DeFurk, Mrs, Engelke, E, Figg, R, Irons, M, Jenkins, R ROW Z-O'Hara, B, Busser, R, Hughes, J, Gilmore, B., Frye, J., Sfelfinius, N., Templar, J., Ufrechf, M, Saverly, J, Bleiso, M , Lingo, J ROW 3-Cheek, M, Wifschger, M, Beuffei, S, SV. Clair, J, Reiienour, M., Koesfer, C, Armcndroff, J., Heels, J., Phipps, F, Barker, G., Mohlman, Y ROW 4-Kees, J, Nielander, D, Richardson, G, Scharnhorsf, J, Bruber, C, Sl Clair, M, Humphreys, M., Lang, M, Ferfig, C., Elder, J., Baker, l ROW 5-Toepferf, M., Siqler, P, Lefler, D, Kiefer, M, Maffhes, A, Becker, J, Norris, C, Espelage, M, Uchlman, L, Jung, M., Carier, M zeta tau alpha Presidenl-Eunice Engelke Vice-Presidenl--Phyllis Robinson Secrelory-Pal' Quinn Treasurer--Rulh Figg Founded Virginia Slale Normal College l898 Alpha Elo Chapler ins+alled l92l Among 'rheir recenl accomplishmen'l's 'the Z.T.A.'s proudly display +heir la+es+ addilion +o +heir frophy colleclion. lf is 'fhe Nafional Achieve- menl award presenled +o fhe chapler of +heir convenfion lasl' summer al' Mackinaw Island. ln Sepfember. 'lwenly freshmen ioined 'l'l1e ranks amid a social whirl of +eas, open houses and numerous parlies, climaxed by 'rhe pledge formal. The frols on campus compeled for lhe honor of "Pledge Prince" chosen by 'fhe Zela pledges. W f W i Page 149 1 QT is 6- . . P 'sr I' I J -O '4- Q7 ROW I-Bosch, G, , '23 ii 1.-" 4 i C" v " 55 ' Wo' l . i l ' a . - , , -g 5, 'h ' I ii- ' A uv 1 'H :Q 4 i ,.Lf1 I' ' is ' 'f ' e or J iv Qs J: i ' i V , Q X v -'ll V Y its w i s'1 .,k 1 J an 5 ,5 N ,S ,mm l Q l .Q XS,,A,, ,Q Z U i . ' 'V' ' y ,fx ,. -1-ff' lx. N-Id At' . N' i . x . 3- 1, 5 -f g . W .ef S ' W S35 Kislrer, H, Cleaver, E, Schrnidl, J, Turner, J, Regan, P, ROW 2-Sander, A, Kramer, L, Brown, M,, Arrnsfrong, C, Brennemonn, C., Carler, R., Schwoll S ROW 3- Smith, L, Boksenbom, F, Karabensch, H, Michel, J., Schmidt, R, Marcurn, A, Crosfhwaile, J ROW 4-Bradley, M, Ledinglon, J., Twidale, A, Wilson M, Koehler, Page ISO B, O'Nc-ill, M, Condio, C trianon Presidenl'-Helen Kislrer Vice-Presidenl-Jackie Schmidl Recording Secrelary-Jane Turner Treasurer-Gerry Bosch Founded Universily of Cincinnafi I929 "A job well done!" Wilh 'fhis verbal pal on 'lhe back Trianon concluded rushing, a busy lime cli- maxed by an impressive pledge banquef. Trianon's annual convenlion look some of lhe members off on o merry iaunl 'lo Indianapolis where lhe Buller Universily girls really ouldid fhemselves as hos- lesses. The "lndependen+" Chrislmas Formal was a wonderful beginning for fhe holiday feslivilies and indicafive of lhe good limes 'ro follow. Q P 'ln- 4A ,pn fha mg. X "NL -,4 P Us M.. pls 1- ,- ,- G . - 1 ,Aw Wx 'Ju X -'uf ,-. 4' w .A-J H nr 'A .,.p.,+k . . 5:19835 ,QNX A w ., N3-5541,3,.,g.,,, 'L-Zigi ggfggg-,, 4- - -'ffwziv n -. awk' '21, SK? K ,..,Sq-,iq -qw.: wk.: '.1.' . 2'1I'f'r Y-1:-JH-3 IE wig 5- w1:1y,m,5. ,Q-'1,L.5,,'-,"J. TSP?" 7122-'Yi 71.22 fbifv ff:- -M1, Q ,a N-1,.r-- 'qs ,gjw-:gp ' f--U'f31-?- .E"5,t-MW-,.: '1 -' '. .,1e11.yuf'yg ':'f-- ml- N-,.v.,,. J .-V. 55, .-.,. v.,.,-ygygg. 7. h Q-VJJ. 1.4 . .'31g.'gv,,::1gf'.'-Q. "jaw , ,...,-wg. 1-vu sv X g-gf.: ray Sita ps. 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EQQ3-fi, gf-ggg.-5,-f.5:1:-Y' '16 T111 1. .4 ' .fi-' cfs" wfqivf, '12 ' 5, fraternities 7 P599 ISI 1 W' Pllsllill ' o As early as mid-Augusf 'rhe leHers sfari +o arrive, each mail brings one or fwo more of fhese packages of propaganda. The Greeks are again employing +ha+ subfle somelhing called "SAVOlR FAlRE." The parries sfari-rhe good word and fhe glad hand are polished up. Beer, music, and 'ralk flow from lhe windows and doors of all fhe Greek houses. r N. K x :xt l , ,pkx'fNl-NUR W Rushing begins fo diminish during lhe end of Sepfem- ber. The lasf nickel is squeezed ou+ of fhe Fra+erni+y ireasurer and fhe "bull sessions" conlinue long in+o ihe nighf. The prospecfive pledges are wined and dined and rushing quiefly fades away as pledging eniers upon fhe scene. In Odober ihe covefed pins and pledge pofs are doled ouf fo +he selecied neophifes and lhe ac+ives se+- fle back +o congra+ula're 'rhemselves on cz iob well done. 'ul '44 9. 5 f ij N T ii' ,AQ N 4,1 15 5?-1 ...F I 'sv- .lu +1 13 'sf wr-'7 ROW I-Sunnenberg, J, Huey, G, Davidow, R., Carlsen, W, Shriner, P. ROW 2- Gebhordr, R, Myers, A, Hoffman, J., Aller, S., Kufzleb, R., Schumacher, R. ROW 3-Pelrie, D, Diamond, rl, Fibel, H, Wolfgang, W., Schoolfield, E., Hoff- man, C-,, Ahrens, G ROW 4-Geier, T, McGrath, W., Rolfenberger, D., Griffin, F. ROW 5-Hopkins, H., Newton, L, Busken, J., Johnslon, W. interfraternity council The oulslanding aclivilies of lhe ln+erfra'rerni+y Council bolh for 'rhe campus and for 'lhe communily received nalional recognilion +his year al lhe closing session of lhe Na+ional lnferfralernily Conference in November. A large plaque was awarded lo lhe UC Council as runner-up in lhe Class A group of universilies for 'rhe I949-l95O academic year as The NIC honored lhe mosl oulslanding local inlerfrafernily councils +hroughou+ ll-ne counlry. High scholarship-firsl' among fraler- ni'ry men in 'rhe nalion-and 'lhe Greek Week-End program were among lhe many proiecls in +he areas of communily service, cooperalive programs among chap'l'ers, and parlici- palion in universily obieclives, which meriled 'lhe award. acaeia x , X X Presidenf-John Waddel IZZ if Vice-Presiden+-Richard Miller Secrefary-Evere++ Rudolph "" . fm Treasurer-Roberr Ruperr V 11--:fffi zz?" A A Founded Universiiy of Michigan l904 ' Cincinnali Chapfer es+ablished I929 Magic, mood, and "My Acacia Girl" combined wi+h ghosfs, goblins, and "Boo fo You" as +he fhemes for lhe annual Halloween frolic. Allhough each member privaiely hummed fhe sfrains of "Dream Girl" fhroughouf fhe year, fhe chap+er all go? fogelher for a chorus af 'rhe Spring Formal when 'ihe Acacia Girl was crowned. Sfrains of "Roll Ou+ +he Barrel" echoed as Phi Kappa and Acacia go? fogeiher for a pariy. .. X! ,. N5 J, , .N -' , 5-,N Q1-,,535W, ROW I-Boni, R,, Rudolph, E., Miller, R, Rupert, R, Green, J, Tolley, M ROW 2 Yaney, P., Lockharl, H, Osfler, W, Barleau, M., Rehleld, H., Reynolds, D, Brunner, J Kirk, T. Q .MQ wp- :E -Lasko, T, Morse, T, Pawlowicz, L, Maier, C, Glass, D, Wesferline P ROW ROW 4-Birge, J, Rinehart, W, Renlz, C, Keyes, R, Haessler, Allen er 'sv ,K If pa an-x .Q , ? Q 4: 5-uw Q-fr fe hem of the engineers . . . 'I , 55 34 -sf' .5 vig, ' f I-' . 2 ..J"'B: . twr. 'V - ,e v , 6- e.:. ,, - '51 - 1 74,54 ' Q37 3, , -'Q' -7f,i":.A Xffvfifp' ' jg' . ...,.f'f-9 e " .fT?'b'i-4-f, S V . I qu. Ji: ,-I , 'N'-vvg!-5" Qkxiwkak 'lf' u- Z, 7' , 1. :is :Lf , td LS I , H "lm" ' ' 3" ' ' 1'f'.?'xE4'f' c . , f ,, f. wi we r..- lr '-fw. , ,v -45 X l -sd T-wr. Y V- x ,,-1 , ,., ,,f, u I x .,.x. r 1'- .'n ll' W 1' '2'!."" W alpha epsilon pi Masfer-Melvin Fisher L+. Masfer-Leonard Brown Scribe-Jack Benmayor - Exchequer-Saul Aller Founded a+ New York Universify, l9I3 Omicron Dueferon Chapler founded I920 The AEPi's sfarfed off lhe year wifh 'rhe ODK Ad.: -4 scholarship cup gleaming proudly on fheir manfle. Buf besides keeping busy along fhe sludies line, +hey also carried ou+ a lerrific social program. .-I Highlighling 'rhe year were 'lhe rush dance al' 'lhe 'q Gibson, a Halloween house parfy, 'lhe fradifional " , Thanksgiving dance af Creslview, and a dinner " ' . dance al lhe Kemper Lane. Who said fhaf A's and " QT , , ...-.,,.- L- .. .- 1' socializing don'+ mix? L ' - L L 14 ROW I-Alter S, Pastor, E, Spitz, H, Frisch, S., Sluhlborq, J., Spifz, L,, Carmel, N, ROW 2-Silverglade, A., Zemsky, M., Miller, J., Tessel, E., Rofh, O., Green, H., Becker, L ROW 3-Nedelman, S, Brown, L, Wolf, R., Benmayor, J., Guflman, M., Friedlander, J., Selfzer, S. ROW 4-Margolis, V., Fegelrnan, R,, Weis, D., Dollin, L., Schworu, A, Levy, J, Liscow, S .H ,. 15 1' v 1 N 2115 '- :sf-'N Page l56 X ef xg, Q 454 K A512661 rs R :Zhu in-Q, ROW I-Recd, D, Kimrnans, L, Lyle, T, Peacock, R ROW Z-Marlin, K, Herlkorrvp, T, Kehl R M Gl th Ro OW 3 Halslenberg, R, Busch, D, Smith, R alpha sigma phi Presidenl-Tom Lyle Vice-Presidenf-Leroy Kimmons Secrelary-Tom D'Amico Treasurer-Danny Reed Founded Yale Universily l845 Bela Sigma Chapler eslablished I947 The +enor of 'lhose shower room quarlels look on a new resonance when Charles Kuhlman visiled his lrafernily brolhers 0+ +he Alpha Sigma Phi house afler a Cincinnali Concer+ in December. This famous singer was greeled by o new inferior splendor for 'fhe pledges had spenl lhe firsl parl of lhe year redecoraling. Bul even wi+h lhis brighl innovalion no one likes 'ro slay home all fhe lime: So lhe Alpha Sigs +raveled over lo 'lhe Veranda for lheir December formal. ROW I-Chesleen, J, Lovell, W, Worth, D Jones, P, Brady, Miss P, Mclnlosh, R, Greer, J, Frazier, R, Mappes, R ROW 2-Morris, W., Phelps, E, Lawyer, E., Covenfry, D Hosleller, D Phillips, L, Rowlands, R, Zopfl, J, Miller, J ROW 3-Larimer, W, Salmon, W, Lamberl, J., Roggenbaum, B., Cooper, T., Weiqand, D., Jones, E, LeDonne, A, Kiler, D ROW 4-Brown, C, Sfegman, T., Poundsfone, J., Vigus, L., Hosey, A, Deinkin, R., Gamble, H., Kernan, J., Odenwaldl, P., James, J. ROW 5-Aneshansel, R, Hudson, J, Vanhosen, J, Sfanl, L, Taylor, R., Flaugher, R., Schulll, E., Jackson, W, DeWeese, G, Braden, H ROW 6-Burgefl, J., Marcel, T., Svoffer L, McFarlan, R, Schoelwer, J, Schoelwer, W., Horslmeyer, R, Fullerion, G, Slegman, C is- -1 .. Page l58 alpha tau omega l Presidenl-Paul Jones Vice-Presidenf-Roberf Mclnl'osl1 Secrelary -Richard Mappes Treasurer-Jack Greer J Founded V.M.l. l865 Della Lambda Clwapler eslablislwed l922 Will: 'rhe crowning of Dick Kane as Kampus King, lhe ATO's loucl-led olzl a series of accomp- lislwmenls adding lo 'llie popularily of 'rhe Tous on campus. Olher oulslanding ATO's include Diclr Mappes, presiclenl of ODK and member of Ulexf Pele S+. Clair, caplain of flue foolball leam: George Musekamp, DMG. The successful year was shadowed by llwe loss of David Geolwegan who diecl a l'1ero's deallw, 'frying lo save ano+l1er's life. I l american commons Presidenl'-Paul Dick Vice-Presiden+-Raymond Schumaclcer Secre+ary-Sec. I-Roberf Johnson Secrefary-Sec. ll-John King Treasurer-Sec. I-Elwood Abney Treasurer-Sec. ll-lrland Kielby Founded Dennison Universify I9I7 Cincinnali Chap+er l926 Fall seemed +o be fhe season for reiuvinafion -no+ only in membership, buf also in fra? house inferiors. Wi+h all 'rhe pledge labor ACC followed +he lrend and redecora+ed +heir house. Jus+ be- cause 'l'hey had a pre'Hy house fhese men didn"r , s+ay af home, for 'rhe acfive chapfer was well represenfed on +he fencing leam, in in+ramural sporfs, in fhe Band. and Tau Befa Phi. Then fhere was social life. Who said +he fellows only siudy? ROW I-Johnsfon, B, Schumacher, R., Hoover, P, Yoder, L., Abney, K, Ruehlman, J, Kavouras, G ROW Z-Foster, G, Dean, R, Runes, R, Klopp, W, Gray, R, Linkenholrer, R. ROW 3-Dunn, D,, Jackson, R., Crumrine, P, Agee, J,, Hidde, J, Bickel, R Page IS9 . xx' . 3 x mi I -, i 5325: ,i rx -- J in beta theta pi is.- ir . ' l, 3 Presidenf-Harry Hopkins 'll V., Vice-Presidenl'-John Rose X -' Secrelary-Louis Newlon . . ' Treasurer-H. Gregg Huey Founded Miami Universily I839 Bela Mu Chapfer es+cblisl1ed l890 Digging ou'I' from under-painlers and paper liangers-+l'1e Belas found fheir wings and soared 'lo new l1eigl1l's in a successful social program re- plele will: house parlies, formals and dinners. Fol- lowing 'llne old buf giving il a new fwisl, +l1e pledges 'lraveled +o visil' +l1e Bela chapler in Soufhern lndiona and lhen laier, as aclives, 'rlie cliopler repea+ed 'rhe popular S'l'ree+-Dance. ROW I-Burkorv, J, Nickerson, G, Rose, J., Hopkins, H, Fawceff, Mrs. E A, Huey, H., Eilers, J, Huey, G., Wrighf, K. ROW 2-Bishop, B., Jordan, J., Kennedy, E., Wickham, D, Lurnley, L, LePere, B, Brown, J., Mariah, B, Hicks, S. ROW 3-Meier, H, Concilla, J., Shaw, H., Douglas, F,, Meelan, J., Woolfon, W., Flynn, A., Shives, J, Reece, R, Faulkner, D, ROW 4-Hendrickson, P,, Bennell, R., Lighf, F., Reesey, C., Murfz, G., Kennedy, J., Wachs, B., Kennedy, B., Rank, E., Whifeford, D. ROW S-Spencer, B, Shoemaker, B, Alexander, J, Bourgraf, E., Miller, E., Sfirsrnan, R., Newlon, L., Becker, R, Ulmer, J, Forbriger, A. ROW 6-Rape, P., Lieber, L., Koelf A, Candor, J, Jacobs, R., Craig, R, Decafur, J, Geiger, J., Maull, R., Ulmer, B -nr v .vw-. w lff 1 i Page IbO ROW l-Uphoff, D, r-lanauer, R., Weber, F, Benelhum, D, Linesch, E, Kock, R, Knabe, A, Eckerr, C, Pitman, L ROW Z-Sch ulz, E, Reed J, Lanqenbohn, R Fqngdyl G, Heynef, R, Ggrhordf, J, Bagby, J, Van Siclmler, R, Sand, R ROW 3-Carlson, R, Molz, E, Rengering, K, Kuenzel, B, Weisluffel, J, Reinhard, R., Voss J., Forsler, A., Lear, J, ROW 4-Kleine, W, Wesl, R, Rcfclifle, C, Hunsalwer, R, Gord, L, Connelly, R Schuberl R, Pickering, L, Codwallader, R ROW 5- Winnes H, Greenfield, D,, Elshoff, E, Sesfakauclwas, D, Thomas, H, Mafia, A, Alexander, C Th R., Wolfe, R., McDonald, W, Kohr, R., Cullen, G, delta tau delta Presidenf-Edward Linesch Vice-Presidenl-Rudolph Koch Secre+ary-Dick De Long Treasurer-Ar+ Knabe Founded Belhany College l859 Gamma Chapler eslablished l909 The Dells, be+ler known as 'lhe "par+y boys" of Jefferson avenue, have enjoyed a calendar full of all kinds of even+s. Among social dares were num- erous old clolhes parfies, a Migrolion parly wi+h lhe Kenfuclcy Del+s, and +hree formals, some sched- ule even for parly boys! A second glance reveals fhe alhlelic side of +he chopfer. They claim four firsl' sfring Varsi+y foofball players and one of +he leading scorers on 'rhe varsify lroclc leam. C, .s,. V ,- s ex X- S, --.LL 'ks , --r orsell, P Shriver, P ROW 6iBerlcge, K, Shundicin, N, Sleele, W, Wiqger L ,K ' g,,,,. wa ,X ' ' ',, A- - Yb,2,. , X 'N 'inf rex. X -4 .- ' ' - "V ..Q.ii'.'-A fl .x 5 '-J ' ' 51-1 "" -r we 4 -L- ,w 9 . 1 3 X 4 ff' C ,-,., R N Page lbl , if 1 5' I E ' l S 1 . . L 1' ROW I-Wiehorf S, Slockton, E, Haas, M , Wilson, J., Laing, Mrs. H., Sunnenberg, J., Snew, F, Joseph, A. ROW 2-Parker, R, Ballard, H., Foster, S, Morgan, Gauder C, Lamb, R, Williams, R, Brewsler, J. ROW 3-Doggefl, F., Turner, R, Bauer, D., Kinley, E, Ashby, R, Magill, M., Homer, J., Adams, D. ROW 4-Bary, Watson, R, Potts, J, Burgess, W, Morris, E, Forsyfh, P., Brawn, H., Lewis, R. ROW 5-Winsfel, F, Glancy, J, Reardon, T, Duerr, R, Sfolh, J., Young, G., Williams, R, Carey D ROW 6-Guerfler, C, Snyder, J, Johnson R., DeLong, G, Helder, R., Hofierfh, B, Arnold, T, Males, D ,r ' x ls.. A . ' '- A Paqe l62 lambda chi alpha Presidenf-Milne Haas Vice-Presidenl-Ed Slocldon Secrelary-Dick Walson Treasurer-Dave Adams Founded a+ Bosfon Universiiy l909 Gamma Gamma Zela esfablished l9l6 "A liHle bil of France" mighl aplly describe 'rhe social aclivilies of lhe Lambda Chi's wifh a calendar resplendenl wilh such molifs as a "cas- bah" parly and "Lambda Chi No. 5 " emblemafic of ihe Chris+mas perfume formal. Wilh +he skill of a French chef +he Fra+erni+y managed fo sandwich picnics, hay rides, and slag parlies in bel'ween aclive parlicipalion in inlramurals, scholaslic im- provemen+, and sludenf aclivifies. J., W.. l l Q , ,. . imfgg. i. ADA , 'I . K-.nz .1 ,-me ne. im: Q. V lk! . mf -:x em. 1 nm :- , J. . L SV 'c Q, phi delta theta or " W Presidenl-Roberl' Schwindl Vice-Presidenl-Phil Shriner Secrelary-Tom Pulnam I M Treasurer-Ralph Tierney J '- Founded Miami Universiiy I848 4 ' Ohio Thela Chapfer inslalled l898 D . Q ., 9 4 ,, The Phi Dells eminaled well deserved pride lhis Ds ff year, for 'lhey broughl home the coveled Harvard J - Trophy, awarded 'ro fhe mosf oulslanding chapler f 6-.af al 'l'heir nalional convenlion held al lhe Edgewaler Beach Holel in Chicago. Ohio Thela deluged nof only lhe nalional scene, buf also locally lheir wave of dislincfions ancl oFFices inundaled lhe campus. The Phi's proved 'lheir a+hle+ic prowess by winning 'l'he All Sporls lnlramural Trophy in l950. 5 1 'mx' Ts ROW I-Harden, K., Miichell, R, Schanzle, R, Schrofel, J, Hastings, F, Socol, J, Maslio, G, Meister, J ROW 2-Stocks, L, Miller, D, Refhmeier, M, Drake J, Shriner, P., Ward, Mrs. H., Schwindt, R, Cosfello, J, Gabel, W, Nelson, A., Davis, R, Hyde, R ROW 3-Buschle, H, Hossli, R, Diclrman, F, Fuhrmann, E, Newman, R., Kimble, L, Woodworlh, T, Mills D, Crews, J, Wilson, J, Soellman, H., Wiesfer, C, Sutfon, F, Kress, H, Greiner, W, Bode, D, Masier, S ROW 4-Knaggs, T , Will, L., DeMaria, J,, Aufdermarsh, C, Eichsfadf, T, Sfarrnann, C, Alford, A, Neumann, R, Roman, J, Schufie, C, Young, R, Hayes, J, Glasgow, H, Brown, E., Grabo, G ROW 5-Barnhurl, R, Wilhelm, W, Knotts, R, Lampe, D,, Roberls, G, Herold, J, McCoy, T, Snea R, Kifchen, D, Ahrens, G, Corry, C, McCullough, J,, Nordlch, J, Koehler, F ROW 6-Hayes, D, Dickson, T, Brumbaugh, R, Kobbe, E, Davis, B, Kennedy, T, Sfrornberg, C, Koehler, W, Lawson, B, Kunlz, J, Purdy, J, W., Purdy, J N,, Buel, T,, Easlon, W,, Lampe, L ROW 7-Rye, W, Slander, L, Silers, J, Schmidt, J, Meyer, R Conroy, E, McDeviH, J, Chapman, T, Blum, J., Kadon, K, Ebeling, T,, Hill, N, Siriefmann, A DEQ l 3 ll Page I63 p phi kappa Presiclenf-Don Rolienberger ' Vice-Presidem'-Jack Hoffman Treasurer-William Mers Recording Secrelary-Jim Vonderwische Founded Brown Universify l889 Ornicron Chap+er eslablished l925 Topping fhe lisl of Phi Kap ac'rivi+ies 'rhis year was lhe bienniel nafional convenlion, held al lhe Sheralon-Alms Hofel on Sep'I'ember 7-9. Chaplers from all over +he counlry, meeling 'ro discuss all aspecls of fralernily life, helped Omicron celebrale lheir 'rwenly-fif+h anniversary. The annual pledge formal feafured lhe +radi+ional presenfalion of each pledge wilh a frafernify mug and leH mem- , ories nof fo be forgollen. ROW I-Huberf, T, RVCJV1. J. MUS. W. RUVJEVWDGVQEF, D, Sauerlond, Mrs. E., Hoffman, J., Vonderwische, J, Slernley, J, ROW Z-Franlz, R., Zumbiel, R, Null, D., Goyerf, C Fogarty, A, Cullen, J, Hagel, J., Gulrnan, J. ROW 3-Roberfo, J, Sfockelman, J, Burnell, D., Pefflso, S., Edwards, J., McGarry, R,, Donze, J, Vollaggio, F ROW 4-Donle. R, Nrehaus, C, Krfzrniller, K, Wolsh, J, Connolly, W, Kreke, J., Johns, J., Kuecha, N., Tecca, R. ROW 5-Rizzo, F., Luken, R., Giuliani, J., Durkin, C., Kelly, J Mrnnung D, Bernens, H, Teller, R, Wildermuth, R ROW 6-'Niehaus, R,, Thul, A, Shaul, J., Schmidt, U, Diemer, D, Kaine, J., Herllein, C. r L i V I Page I64 , l l 1 5 i S 5 l 5 9 RQW l-gChne5de,-I Ev Mcgmfh, W, Rqfqliff, H, Gebhardi, R, A, Phi-Phi, Campbell, P., Davis, B, McCrole, R Dorsel, J, Fisher, G ROW ZASmith, G, Johnston, L, Boling, R., Bear, J., Holdeman, R, Funk, I., Purdy, E., Murdock, J, Croxfon, J, Johannigrnan, J, Brechl, G, Lykins, B ROW 3-Brockmeier, R, Stebbins, P, Heiser, C, Yepsen, H., Tupman, J., Peters, R., Smyrh, R, Hagedorn, P, Rose, M, Border, G, Parsons, G, Van Zoeren, J ROW 4-Jones, C, Pancake, J, Rechfin, R, Landers, C, Perkingon, W,, Dodge, H,, Pgqgqk, J,, Haley, K., Spencer, D, Sifferlen, T, Tioflal, G, Puffenbarger, E ROW 5'fKaIfenhauser, R, Niederlehner, F, Johnston, D, Berlin, J., Heeb, H., Wrighf, R., Krapp, R., Kenney, H, Funke, D., Lohrneier, F, BiNmann, R, Devoc, F. ROW 6-Maroudas, C, Weissman, O, Zimmermann, R, Feldmiller, B., Gunderman, J., Hibbard, J., Baals, J, Arnold, D, Kieffer, J., Goodlellow, R, Howell. R. HONG, J ...ll ll. .. Presidenf-Ray Campbell Vice-Presidenf-Dick Gebhardf Secrelory--Jock Dorsel Treasurer-Ben Davis Founded Universily of Virginia I868 Alpha Xi Chapler esrablished l9lO Wi+h bils of confefli leff over from The Nalional Convenlion lrighl' here in Cincyll sfill sficlcing in lheir hair, lhe PiKA's opened rushing wilh a bang. A'H'er a monlh of "spiri'fed" parfies, hay rides, elc., lhe Pikes "seHled" down lo o conslonl' whirl of exlro-curricular and social aclivifies, including +he capfuring of lhe Homecoming 'lrophy for fhe mosl humorous floal and, of course, 'rhe annual week-end porly. Page l65 .fiu fx Ng? f"'x . A4 Jjzfh' R46 the time 0' day . . . .sh V5 W 1.+a.f4.afiJ M W4 Nfg ,.. , .r , w X35 ix ww 35' ROW l-Bernstein S, Gwen, C, Fibel, H, Diamond, H, Dischler, A, Bernslein, 1, Anfon, S ROW 2-Levine, P., Adolph, R., Rosen, J., Sandler, B., Eusrer, S., Sachs, R., Adler W Schaenleld, L ROW 3-Slayman, S, Peck, A, Horlz, M., Davidow, R., Rubel, L., Oslrov, H., Davidow, H. ROW 4--Halfzman, M., Gerwer, K., Bernhaul, M., Sfein, J, C-old, S, Rosensweig, R, Edelslein, J, Brandt, R, ROW 5-Loufer, G., Sfoll, L., Hellman, L, Kalrn, M, lsbilfs, C., Kardos, F, Krakovslcy, I., Laub, J. ..l...l . Presidenl-l'larvey Diamond Vice-Presidenl-Herberl Feibel Secrelary-Alvin Dischler Treasurer-Claude Gruen Founded Yale Universily l895 Ohio Mu Chapler eslablished l920 "Down lhe alley" was lhe fheme as +he Pilams scored a slrike wilh a bowling rush program. High- lighling lhe fall pledge season was 'rhe formal dinner-dance in honor of lhe new pledges. Scholas- lic honors remaining uppermosf in +heir minds, +he Pilams were represenled in honorary fralernilies r such as Tau Bela Pi, Scarab. Phi Elo Sigma, Ulex and Sigma Sigma. Wilh lhese and olher eliforfs fhe fralernily had a banner year af UC. Page I66 sigma alpha e silon Presidenf-Roberl Monlgomery Vice-Presidenl-Addison Meyers Treasurer-James Hopewell Corresponding Secrelary-James Hunl Founded Universily of Alabama l856 Ohio Epsilon eslablished l889 The embers of a fire were dying down. Yes, anofher SAE Fireside was drawing 'ro ci close. Once again 'rhe Sig Alphs had acquainfed anolher soror- ily wilh fheir acfivilies and 'rheir parlicular musical and dramalic lalenl. Among lheir oulslanding parlies were lhe Shipwreck and Haunled House Par+ies. Early in 'rhe spring lhe boys began lo lurn fheir vocal chords for lhe lnler-Fralernify Sing in hopes of refaining 'rheir firsl' place posilion. ' , 'ff N 'A ""' '-- J I -V ' . , ,if .J , x , , . -- jf -sf -s' auf 'SWF 2 Q N . ROW I-Grammer, D, Geier, Y, Rau, R, Zeigler, J, Rowdiger, R, Monfgomery, R, Brill, R, Hopewell, J, Locxharl, J, Jervis, T, Havlovie RO Davies Davis, J,, Shipley, G, Ebinger, J, Selrnanls, J., Brown, W., Lewis, D, Misali, I, Bolsinger, D, Anderson, C, Slimson, R A ROW 3-Jacobs D DelBene D Leonar J., Smifh, R, Hoskins, F, Riner, R, Myers, R, Cundall, T, Grale, J, Bishop, R ROW 4-Buederman, C, Gusse-H, J, Siedemiller, K, Porler D Hockenberry TeKamp, S., Cars, B, Curnbaugh, K, Blalz, A, Kyle, M, Keller, R, ROW 5-Kaufmann, G, Huss, J, Wolf, B, MacNichoIas, R, Frifh, B Oslerman Ken Sonderman, D., Cassidy, T. ROW 6-Swedes, D, Klausing, W, Graham, G, Suddendorl, R, Sudbrock, C, Longslreev, B, Conboy, T, Clemens M Kobes Parsons . I W' I. . sigma alpha mu Presidenl-Alvin Felman Vice-Presidenl-Ken Levy Secreiary-Alan Travis Treasurer-Larry Barlburd Founded C.C.N.Y. I 909 , Omicron Chapfer es+ablished l9l7 +Q N 'L ' "U.C. Fiddles While Afhens Burns" was 'the rriclcy slogan which helped +he Sammies win +he 'rrophy for +he mos+ beauriful homecoming 'Floa'l- ano+her manfelpiece fo display wi+h +he Scholar- ship Trophy for I95O. Allhough fhey preferred +0 spend mosi of 'rheir lime in 'the newly-comple+ed Middleman Memorial Rafhslrellar, 'rhe Sammies oc- casionally sfeppecl oul' for such even+s as fhe Founders' Day Formal al' fhe Cincinna+i Club and 'rhe Orchid Formal al fhe Pavilion Caprice. . L ROW I-Jacobson, R, Klebanow, H, Richter, S, Levy, K,, Felrnan, A, Travis, A., Brafburd, L, Tenenholh, R, Groban, J. ROW 2-Cohn, M., Gershan, H., Sreiner, K., Greenfield I, Mefzqer, I, Deurch, L., Cohen, J., Einhorn, J, Bass, I, Cohen, D. ROW 3-Hoffman, M., Brod, S., Penn, L., Kanfer, J., Mann, J., Rosenbaum, L., Holz- berg, D, Cahn, R, Nosenchuck, J, Levy, M ROW 4-Dreskin, A., Goodman, S., Katz, J., Slaller, H., Steinberg, H., Jacobs, L., Kugel, I., Belinlry, C., Max, L. ROW 5 -Boaensfein, R, Groban, R, Rinsky, G, Raives, E, Jacobs, D., Fischaff, R, Dinerrrlan, I, Levy, S, Barron, M. POW 6-Huesman, C., Hachen, H., Wasserman, M, B., Wall, L, Goodman, R, Chaikin, E, Gilberl, J. B, Young, D J., Lifwin, A. ill f f S 1 'H -w ll x.-1 Page lb8 iii. CJ' l E 5 ROW I KNEELING-Krumme, D., Marlowe, R., Brooks, W., Sig, Blaine, W, Pickard, P., Moore, D. ROW 2-McAuley, N, Clemenls, W., Gillham, R, Fletcher, C, Hardin, O., Froelich, J, Pelrie, D, Luebbe, P., Noll, R, Calwell, F ROW 3-Fralolone, J, Sfrickland, S, Heier, K, Haslinger, L, Delaney, J, Moilander, J, Kordis, W., Dean, R., Mahall, D., Bumiller, T., Bochslahler, R. ROW 4-Ninninger, T, Srewarl, G, Grimes, H., Wedig, H, Hauclr, J., Hauff, C , Riley, S , Browne, W , Newbold, R., Diehl, J. ROW 5- Hersh, G., Peery, R., Briggs, R., Kemp, J, Bodenlos, R., Kirsch, W., Novak, T, Larmann, H., Socrales, J., Bruns, D. ROW 6-Kunlz, L, Grimes, R., Johnson, P., Froelich, J., Hauck, W., King, E., Tschen, E, Linesch, J, Kenning, D, Fuller, R. ROW 7-Schellenerg, R, Laumann, R, Nelson, P., Doppler, W., Ryan, W., Siler, W., Agin, J., Mulford, B, Bumiller, W, Campbell, R si ma chi Presidenl-Bill Carlson Vice-Presidenl-Doug Pelrie Secre'l'ary-Bill Clemenls Treasurer-Ed Tschan Founded Miami Universily l855 Zela Psi Chapler eslablished l882 Red cross, blue cross, gold cross-lhey all have signifiganceg bul lhe while cross is mos+ 'Familiar lo lhe liralernily ranks for il' is a leading slandcrd. Armored wilh good fellowship and compe'ri+ive "know how," +l1e Sigs enlered lhe inlramural pro- gram wilh hopes of repealing 'lheir previous per- formances in fhal' field. They also proved able on olher fronls wilh par+ies of all descriplions and kinds. J fx li .. 15 Page I69 W I Hesferberq B acNei we e o man u e Ku 1 e B Wade H Tolson, W, Schmidf, W, Ehrnschwender, P ROW Z-Grifiifh, R, Jones osse c isnop er nnnin er wer arn e one S Frank, R ROW 3-Kunfz, D, Labermeier, W, Davis, R., Low, L., arnbnrldln I ock W e mann a ase c nurren er er r rouse, M ROW 4-Marlin, H, Bowman, J, Noble, J, Konkle, K, ein ea ers a e rmew o ve er unc ara McMillan, W, Hagenhoff, R, Shalosky, W, Gross, E, W., Hoover, vans W r nn 9 ra P aw over on o ue in sen, R, Wilkinson, C, Burneft, L, Moore, J, Trousdell, T, Clayion IDE sigma phi epsilon Presidenf-Bob Kufzleb Vice-Presidenf-George Hoffman Secrefary-Paul Siegel Treasurer-Henry Wade Founded Richmond, Virginia, l90l Ohio Thefa esfablished I949 This was fhe second year fhe Sig Ep 'rradifions were observed on UC's campus. One of 'rhese fra- difions was fhe selecfion of fheir queen of fhe an- nual "Queen of l"Iear+s" dance. Also included on fheir social calendar were 'rhe pledge formal, Founder's Day Banquef, spring formal and various house and off-campus parfies. Sigma Phi Epsilon. formerly 'rhe local frafernify IXE, found ifs second nafional year well spenf and enjoyable. theta chi Presidenl-Selh Dingley, Jr. Vice-Presiclenl-Earl Schoollielcl Secrelary-Roberl Harper and Douglas Taylor Treasurer-Ar+hur Jauch Founded Norwich Universily l856 Bela Omicron Chapler esfablished l942 Firsl on a long lisl of aclivilies for a busy year, Thela Chis elecled Jean Fugill, of KKG, 'rheir Dream Girl of l95O. She was kepl busy congralu- laling +hem on man spor+s viclories, including lnlramural Bowling Championship, foolball game wilh Miami chapler, fooiball and soflball games wi'll1 KAT. She also praclicecl her German accenl M wi+h l'he Thela Chi house guesl, Wolfgang Germes- p dorf from Germany. ROW l-Landen, C, Merke, W, Taylor, D, MacKay, F,, Schoolfield, E, Dingley, S., Jauch, A, Harper, R., Smilh, J. ROW Z-MacKay, S, Williams, R, Donley, C, Frosf, G., Tonne, C, Anderegg, R, Benson, J, Doggefl, R, Bishop, E ROW 3-Miller, G, Bradriizk, T, Kober, B, Bcllew, B, Krurnrnel, P, Wilson, J, Wakefield, J. Lorch, D., Laundy, H, Gerrnersdorff, W ROW 4-Usinger, R, Ellman, R, Friesz, D., Neely, H, Gower, B, Williams, P, Sfenqer, E, Sfeube, N, Foyer, R, Pearce, S ROW 5-Sloecklin, J, Poll, G, Moore, E, Priclrefl, J, Pollard, J, Richler, J., Bahas, J, Lipfert, F, Eschbauch, E, Borrn, W ROW 6--Olinger, P, Wormus, R, Lease D., Mack, L., Wuenker, J Tepe, L, Diefz, N Filie, R, Games, P,, Woolley, R. S 3 e , E , , - ' 1 is ' x S X l 4 si l l s 1 Page l7l trian le Presidenl'-Fred Griffin Vice-Presidenf-Secfion I-Wilford Wolfgang Vice-Presidenl'-Seclion ll-Joseph Busken Founded Universily of lllinois l907 Cincinnafi Chaprer esfablished I92l Mixing fun wifh fhe serious business of an en- gineering educafion is always a rough assignmenl, bu+ one +ha+ Triangle members 'lackled wi'l'l'1 en- lhusiasm. Wi+h +heir emphasis on scholarship com- bined wifh a full social program, Triangle was +ermed The Campus Mix Masferl To mix in wi+h o'rher chaplers is always a goal, so Triangle visiled +he Kenfucky chapfer for a big weekend over Mi- gralion Day, and in refurn layed hosf 'lo Ohio S+a+e, Kenluclcy and Louisville a+ 'lhe annual fall formal. W I Gas? n e o an i an amson u en i r Hlckax, C., Herron, C., Lewis, R. ROW 2-Holmsfrom, J., Maynard, A., Gll POW 9111 VIC 0 Urn IH FOV I' an W ROW 3-Malfhauer, J., Loucks, J., Turner, R, Perko, E., Adkins, E., Peirich, oand aws n ei ic ar s un ea a er elnauer, V., Pohlo, G., Messinger, R., Davis, E., Ball, D., Crosby, J., zzari F OWS Nesblli F 4 e :ver vues no lc e ar , Malke, R., Pralf, R., Olson, G, ROW 6-Decherf, D., Merriff, J., V ,ffif if 'IQ f iv- 'JW " ,QWV 52 . ,X ,lg . cw X Q S ., .Q Vs - ,. ' r - ,Vg if 3' ' 1 MV? .-s 3 g . 'X sv., , r .S , rx C3 KL? "' 2- 'Jaap 2 QGMZ .1 x 2' . Q. Q hw sf . 9 ROW I-Rappold, E, McLoughlin, L, Lundquist, , Holdi, S, Beimesche, B, Oldrieve, R ai. i. s. Presideni-Lowell McLaughlin Vice-Presidenf--Joanne Lundquisf Secrefary-Edi+h Rappold Treasurer-Paul Pfennigwer+h The Associafion of Independeni Sfudenfs is an organizaiion of young college men and women, whose purpose is +o promofe +he dignify, influence, and abili+y of +he independen+ sfudenis on campus. By means of individual en+erprise and commiHee work on service proiec+s, dances, and parfies, +he members of A.I.S. +end 'ro develop fhose quali+ies essen+ial +o a well rounded life and leadership in social and cul+ural ac+ivi+ies. 1 1 ' 470141 .M-AA. 'V fm 9345?-fe vu mmwax? 4 E 1 ,O 9'-4: ,asa jg s 1 s 5' i - ' ya 4 X X, V x I 1 A A was f J Pfenniqwerth, P ROW 2-Morlsan, R Pfennigwerfn, J Childs, E, LeMasfers R ROW 3-Parry, E, Schnoke, M, iv ,Xi Q! Page I73 clauls' day . . . lmmecolning . . . so nos llance . . . jr. prebm . . . 1 ':lrll iv:l x' -qs' , 1 ,rw B P" 'C - f,,' -. 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Page I78 x o migration day Ofhers may gel +heir kicks on Roufe 166, bu+ Roufe 227 provided kicks enough for every Cincy s'ruden+ as +wen'ry-five buses look fliaf roufe fo Lexingfon for +l'1e annual Migrafion Day. "Figl1+ Cincinna+i" became fhe song of +he day and Half-Way House fhe goal of every bus rider. We were noi' only fe+ed fo a dinner af +l'1e UK Sfudenl' Union, bu+ Spirif, lnc. provided eni'er+ainmen+ complefe wifli cheerleaders, Even Hiough +l'1e feam losf, fhe migrafors did fheir parf and many a bewildered Kenluckian commenied on flue spirifs shown by +he mighfy Bearcaf fans from UC. Qbhwve nf' an 'NM 15 2:2 CFIUDLES AS ATHENS i i Y, , .J v"d' ' 1 A Qimw.. 'Tia 4,.w Ji o homecomln ' Rain, sleef, and a bil of snow provided 'the afmosphere for 'rhe se++ing of +he 'iradifional Homecoming game. De- spife fhe force of fhe elemenfs, however, 'rhe colorful parade of floals prepared by 'rhe various Greek and lndependenf organizafions and led by +he members of Morfar Board circled +he field before +he game. Following 'lhe game, many of fhe sororilies and fralernifies gave parlies and open houses in honor of fheir alumni. XJ!-lL U xv Ll 7"r Page IBO 'ffm L- i :', We is X E193 l ly. . -f. v 4, X I homecomin ' o The winning exhibifs were broughl back al halffime, and 'lrophies were awarded fo Sigma Alpha Mu's "Nero Fiddles While Afhens Burns" and Kappa Alpha The+a's "Sail on U. Sea" as mos'I' beaufiful of +he men's and women's 'floais respeclively. Kappa Kappa Gamma's Raggedy Ann dolls and Pi Kappa Alpha's shrieking cow carried off 'fhe 'lilies as 'rhe mosf humorous. Af+er lhe screams and glad cries of 'lhe members of +he winning organizalions had died down, fhe fans se'Hled back 'fo enioy fhe remainder of fhe game which was a decisive 23-0 viciory for +he bearcafs. iz' QT 'j --ii r metro xmas party o 4 - ,Sm si' if A e---. , y-M One of +he mos+ worfhwhile proiecls on +he UC campus was 'the annual Meiro Chrislmas Pariy, for which funds were raised by 'rhe Meiro Benefil' Show. December 20+h 'lhe Siudeni Union Lounge was 'iransformed info a magic wonder- land for a hundred underprivileged children, broughf +o campus for fhe pariy. Several spe- cially acfs, including a Chinese magician and a man who crea+ed fan+as+ic crealures ouf of balloons, broughf delighf io +he children. Volun- leer girls, acfing as hoslesses 'lo 'ihe youngslers, did a noble iob in keeping +he young fry happy and ou+ of mischief. Following +he en+er+ain- menl lhere were games and carols, and of course ice cream and cookies. Sanfa Claus, alias George Koch, lhen appeared and presen+ed io each liHle girl a panda bear and fhe boys re- ceived shoofing 'largei games. As lhe pariy drew lo a close each child was given a bag of fruil' and candy, fhus puHing fhe finishing louch fo a perfecf day for 'ihe youngs+ers-+hanlcs 'ro Me+ro. Page l83 1 HNNI SUE IUN ITV N BY .MA PHAEP LUN CWD.. interfraternit ' Sill o On May I4, a crowd gaThered in The Greek AmpiTheaTre of UC. They saT around on pillows and papers oblivious To all The insecT pesTs. The air was Tull of exciTemenT. Only The day before eighT organizaTions had been chosen To compeTe in The finals of The lnTerTraTerniTy Sing. They were BeTa, SAE, Phi DelT, and Triangle, and Tri Delf, Kappa, TheTa, and Kappa DelT. For monThs The TraTerniTies had been pracTicing wiTh one eye on The Sing Trophies. When The winners were announced, wild cheers arose The audience. The honors wenT To Kappa Kappa Gamma direcTed by Nan Fuldner and Sigma Alpha Epsilon lead by John Ziegler. SAE received a permanenf Trophy Tor Three consecuTive wins. UnTil now, The Phi's were The only organizaTion To hold This honor. UQ ,.'.'i ...T f Page IB4 -,,. .fi . , . if-'Ar' .af .., f- if-l' .' rw .- ,' . by nu- ,l,.: ...li tr' .A 1 b ,L + v' rv' X .vr , Q .4 11-. lumnl assm lilflilll o SEATEDfL3r A., Scxrvie, R yzfvff' ,X ,-11. Q, . Q - ,ful ,'.' Q- ,za A 92151, Xx.. . .W rx-Lf ,V 1.,.g df? ,Y :TJ -v xx-L Z A-r 1... Q A 1 x C .t.d 44 v-4 'u , l .,ag , , ,iF 'S I Y 1 .,,,g, . WKQQ ' '- . ' 361. 1. , , ,-X. ff,Ap J. , Y lx , 1 53" . .,.,.u,-ui Q W. ',fl fi? ' vii ,if ,., X 4. ""r.' 3 '-A ' ' .-5 h ijffeik -L: .."' ,t u , x.,,g-5 l' fs Q FJ AF -x x . .N x G., 1 Q mv,-V s- .- f.. 1 ,,. , I-I '4 .x 354-. A is 'if' . . --fy Jin- . ' 4: 'L rl In-v ,' V "ii . 3216? 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The ofher conlesfanfs were Joan Rehn, Francis Phipps, .loan Scharnhorsl, Ginny Blersch, Marilyn Simmons, and Shirley S'fu'l'zman. , NA gg: ga Ss X I , ,A Y. junior prom o Geffing off fo an early sfarf wifh fhe usual air of myslery and inleresl' surrounding ihe Junior Prom, +his year's Junior Class added +he feaiure of an earlier con- 'resf 'ro name 'rhe band 'fha+ had been signed +o play for fhe occasion al' Casfle Farm on Feb. 23. The answer was Woody Herman. His smoolh playing was in+errup+ed al midnighl 'ro infroduce lhe l95I Junior Prom Queen, Pal Wilson, who was elecfed from among +he candidaies of UC social organizaiions, offer a mad campaign of publicify, open houses, and slciis. I95I prom queen pal' wilson A i rl j f E-mm --fxu idx mis . 4 o section change Seclion change is fhe evenl' eagerly anficipafed by all fhe co-oping Engineering, Applied Ads, and Business Adminisfrafion sludenls, as +hey welcome in lhe end of sevenlh week wiih a ioyous round of 4 par+ies. The incoming s+udenfs ge+ back fo +heir book- work, while fhe members of 'fhe school seclion, glad 'ro l be freed from +he horrors of seven'l'h week quizzes, go ouf info business +o pul in+o praclice +heir learnings of +he previous +erm. T1 . I 1 1 1 . ' Page I92 1 o lll3ll'lli gras Weeks of publicify preceeded fhe ihird annual Mardi Gras dance presenled by flue Union dance commillee. "Only len more shopping days, gel your dale now" was +l1e slogan. Mulli-colored paper sfreamers covered 'flue ceiling of 'the Greal Hall while lwo huge clowns wi+l1 big balloon noses lrepf wafch over flwe crowded dance floor. Af ll:3O p.m. flue Biggesl Clown on UC's Campus was infroduced, and if was-wouldn'+ you lcnow-Gracie Olwmsfead. Gracie from flwe Grill sfeppecl from an enormous sfriped giff box all frimmed wifh crepe paper and balloons. Orchesfras l::o'fl1 up slairs and down pro- vided all lypes of rnusic, fo suil everyone's fasfe. I l r Page 'x 1 Q? i. beaux arts hall o The l95O Beaux Arfs Ball given by +he Applied Arfs sludenfs had 'fhe excifing fheme of "Arabian Nigh'rs." For weeks fhe guys and gals dug in encyclopedias and old novels for ideas. Thai evening +o +he lune of enficing arabian music, all +he ali-babas and Scheherazades +urned ou+ in full swing. Camels led by moorish merchanfs added 'lo +he fun. The grand parade gave all an oppor- 'lunily fo show olif +heir easfern cosfumes. The evening was climaxecl by 'fhe sparkling en+erfainmen+ of pseudo arabians. l S Ex if ' l l l l l i ...AST GAS? I: snip K vw "The Old Opera House" backdrop provided 'rhe se+- +ing when fhe Gay Ninefies Era invaded 'lhe annual Beaux Arfs Ball. "Finnegan's Alley," +he fheme, was car- ried our in 'lhe decorafions, enferfainmeni and prizes. Large murals of "Tony's Barbershop," "Schul+z's Delica- +essen," and "Charlies Bar" depic+ed life during 'fhe l890's, as visualized by +oday's young ar-lisfs. The "Four Fla+foo+s," dressed in old police cos+umes, sang some of 'lhe old favorires, while oiher enferfainers gave 'lheir im- pressions of life in ihe "good ole days." Page I95- AM ulnlillislratioll . . . student gave if -f-cf' ,'s TS cv o triad dance Confinuing in lhe line iradifions of co-op- era+ion and friendship known fo all Greeks, +he colorful Miami Triad dance was held +his year a+ Casfle Farm wilh dancing +o The music of Vern Wohle's orchesfra. Fra+erni+ies of long slanding repulalion included in 'lhe friad, formed years ago al' Miami Universify, Oxford, Ohio, are Bela Thefa Pi, Phi Della Thela, and Sigma Chi. Chief enferfainmenf was in fhe form of group singing and i+ was al' +his poin+ Universify of Alabama founded SAE's lei lheir presence be lcnown. 'Y' -.-,fl ,ij -sw. li F 5 . Q. Qqaf, ,, 4 52 Page I96 o triad dance R ' fi ., Q Sh if . xx v X! ,- qc Y xc-is 1553-fl! X x X 'six ez is SEE X ss: X s. nys '- J .. x ' 412159 -R . N -n eh s ulex dance Moonlile Gardens was +he colorful selfing for one of fhe year's mos+ popular UC dances. The dance was sponsored by Ulex, men's honorary, fo lalre 'I'he place of fheir annual Spring Boalride. One of lhe highlighls of 'rhe dance was fhe Legs Coniesf, 'the lirsl' of iis kind fo hif UC. Each sororily on campus submilred a male candidafe fo compefe for +he lille of "Mos+ Beau+iful Legs." The winning organ- izalion was presenfed wi+h a frophy. Proceeds of fhe dance wenf +o an orphanage and foward a frophy lo be given fo lhe mosl oufslanding baslrel- ball player of 'rhe year. e., 9 -r 5 ,-Q, .3 is , S.. Q' fag? -.-,gf is lL .41 sigma sigma carnival a "S+ep righl up, ladies and genls . . . Try your luclr . . . Take home a prize." Such were The shouls +ha+ pierced lhe crisp spring air af +he annual Sigma Sigma Carnival. Crowds iammmed lhe midway 'lo 'rake o chance al winning a prize or 'ro buy some co+'ron candy or popcorn. Only lhe nighl before, Nipperf Sladium had been lhe scene of feverish lasf-minule elilor+s by Greeks and lndependenfs fo pul' lhe finishing louches on lheir boolhs, for aller all, lhere was +ha+ coveled lrophy +o be presenled lo 'rhe winners. " V 1 A ' - yy 34K 5 lu . -X 3 'LQ 5 . U g 0 51 V '- L wfig . ' " f' +,affv+-mi,'. Page 200 Among fhe varied boofhs in 'rhis carnival exlraordinary were CHlO's Sweef Shop and THETA CHl's Temple of Bac- chus, winners for 'lhe mosl beauliful. AOP's Hula Hula Girls and LAMBDA CHl's Big Bearcal' look lrophies for mos? carnival-like. O+her favorifes in fhis gala evenl included SDT's Ring a Miss, Gel a Kiss, 'lhe DELT's Your Luclry Toss, which provided cigarerfes lo lhe winners, and THETA's Win- 'rer Wonderland, which furnished edible snowballs. L . .....-.-V,1- .- , .1 --f.....,-.....1- . .-l XX. ,fx 1 LUCK'4i Luexv wal lg ross 1 g Toss TOSSSZ gl sy li :ix This is buf a glimpse of a specfacular evenl . . . an evenf 'fha+ look weeks of planning, ingenuily and hard work. However, +he resulls were grafifying for, as +he evening came +o a close, everyone who parlicipaled wenf home, somewha+ weary, buf knowing 'rhal' lhe Sigma Sigma Carnival had been an overwhelming success. Y if sv' Wewebxsge . " . ye Page 2Ol , . H. ,,. ., Y M, ,.-..,..,g,.,,..... , Q. ,M -M porsonalitifls . . lmulsing . . campu s I ctivities . . student union . . mi I itary ,4- J . ,1 -V :U o personalities . Z9-JJF 53 Page 205 ment . . . gl'3lllIflfi0ll . . . Sl1lli0l,'S personalities o ray campbell This good looking fellow is fhe Pi Kappa Alpha nominee for Mr. Execulive. Ray didn'+ gel' fhere in one jump, buf worked his way up from +he boffom. ln his collecfion of posilions we see. Melro, Business Adminislralion Tribunal, Sludenf Council, Sophos, and Board of Publicalions. ln fhe News Record oFFice his name is rafed high, for he was nol only a repor'l'er, bu+ also Adver+ising and Business Manager. His appoinlmenf +o 'lhe S+uden+-Facully Council was a final recognifion of his abililies. Business is his line and we feel +ha+ if he manages his career as well as his posi+ions on campus, he is assured of success. rulh cecil A cufe bundle of energy, fhis liHle Chi O cerlainly leff a blazing 'frial a+ UC. Ru+hie's record of service +o fhe Y was capped by +l1e presidency fhis year. She's also been pledge misfress of her sororify, chairman of REW, a cheerleader, edilor of lhe Sludenl' Direcfory, a member of Guidon, Morlar Board, and fhe Panel of Americans. "CECE" gradualed from TC in .lanuary and is now spending her lime leaching lhe A-B-C's +o a bunch of liH'le sproufs who are complefely charmed by 'lheir wonderful Miss Cecil. Whelher 'I'he course is readin', wririn' and 'ri'rhme+ic, or how fo be a BWOC, Ru+h will do a 'lerrific iob. She's 'fhal kind of a gal. pal' cleveland Don'+ lei lhose blond curls fool you! There's a slore full of po+en+ energy and brains benealh. Fellow sluclenls consider her an oufsfanding sludenl of '5I. Perhaps her offices in Thela Phi, YWCA Cabine+, and Cincinnalian have somefhing 'lo do wifh il. PaHy is known as a gal who is always willing +o work and work she does. Her ac'I'ivHies lisl' Morlar Board, Pi Della Epsilon, Ivy Chain, Junior Advisors, Women's Senafe. Besides fhis overwhelming lisf, Pal' is busy polishing her apples forl fufure reference in a liHle red schoolhouse. A smile for every- one and a snappy "hi +here!" Pal' Cleveland well rafes 'lhis lribule. l o personalities belly dick This gal is really alhlelic-minded: as prexy ol WAA and a member ol lhe Varsily Baskelbull, Volleyball, and Tennis leams she has amply proved lhis. Belly also swings lhe gavel al all Kappa Dell meelings and represenls her group on Panhellenic Council. Her ellorls have been spenl prolilably on Women's Senale and lhe News Record, and as P.P. ol her Junior Class. Because ol lhese aclivilies and her lriendly personalily, Belly has received such honors as lvy Chain, Morlar Board, and Guidon. Anolher ol our lulure leachers, she has no worry ol success. A girl who can manage sludies plus all lhese aclivilies can surely handle a class ol lillle geniuses! selh dingley Thal happy colleclion ol characlers known as lhe News Record Slalil placed a reverenl placard on lhe desk ol lheir augusl edilor reading, "Mr, Busy Execulivef' Aclually, lhe lille really lils likeable Selh Dingley perleclly. His blonde head can be glimpsed leaving lhe News Record ollice as he dashes oll lo rap his gavel al a meeling ol Thela Chi, Pi Della Epsilon, or lhe Ohio College Newspaper Associalion. Or he mighl be headed lo an ODK meeling, or Board ol Publicalions, IFC, lhe Y, Convocalions Commillee, Sr. Week Commillee-or all al once. An aulhenlic Mr. B.E., see? You can add lhe lille ol "Really Terrific Guy" loo. denise lranq A quiel spoken Miss, bul known lo everyone on campus, is Alpha Chi's Denny Francq. She was Morlar Board prexy as well as V.P. lor Women's Senale. Numerous olher aclivilies and offices such as Alpha Lambda Della, Guidon, Home Ec. Tri- bunal, lvy Chain, Omicron Nu, Junior Advisors, and YWCA Cobinel, saw Denny in lheir pilching all lhe lime. Her recipe for work may have originaled in a Home EC. Lab bul il cer- lainly gels resulls. She was also lhe winner ol lhe coveled Beecher Award, as an oulslanding lreshman. Those who work- ed wilh her all agree lhal lhis lillle Miss is really going places, UC's candidale lor success. Iila grace Take a good look al lhis "gal againsl lime." ll you are like lhe average campusile, all you ever gel is a glance al her as she whizzes by. Her lisl of aclivilies would scare any B.T.O. The rungs ol her ladder lo success include Cincinnalian Copy Edilor, V.P. ol Morlar Board, Treasurer ol Guidon and Wom- en's Senale, L. A. Tribunal, and various Union Board commil- lees. The Thelas name her as lheir claim lo lame. Lila has a ready smile and hosls ol sludenls are greeled wilh il every day. Her elilorls have proved lhal she is bolh capable and and elilicienl. Nexl year we surely will miss her, cheery smile and all. Page 205 personalities o iean lugill Jean Fugill is ca young lady ol many lalenls. Band, Glee Club, and Mummers lake up much ol her lime, bul besides music and drama, she "dabbles" in iournalism as associale edilor ol lhe Cincinnalian, and a member of Pi Della Epsilon, goes alhlelic in WAA and lhe varsily Fencing Team, wins lribule lo her beauly as Dream Girl ol Thela Chi, and uses her social knack as social chairman of KKG. Jusl lo round oul her career she's worked as a member of a Union Commillee, Women's Senale, Jr. Advisors, Ivy Chain, lhe Y, and Jr. Prom Commillee. Bul despile all lhis, ask whal Jean's lamous lor and you'll hear, "Thal wonderful and 'or shocking shingle hair cull" iim hopewell This serious chap is as earnesl as he looks. Sludies have always been ol lhe ulmosl imporlance lo Jim, and lhal is why il is surprising lo lind he had so much lime for aclivilies. Sigma Alpha Epsilon realizing his polenlialilies elecled him as lheir chaplain, lreasurer and secrelary. He also claims such posi- lions as presidenl ol lhe Y.M.C.A., chairman of Religious Em- phasis Week, Phi Alpha Thela and Panel of Americans. For lhese and many olher ellorls, Jim was lapped lor ODK, a well- deserved honor. During lhe lasl year Chi Omega crowned him wilh an original award, lheir own Jerry Lesler. An exlra special guy, UC salules Jim Hopewell. 0 ersonalities harry hopkins An easy going guy wi+h o knack for accomplishing fabulous amounfs of work, Harry Hopkins has collecfed keys and hosfs of friends in his days af UC. His "Field of opera+ions" has in- cluded presidenf of Befa Thefa Pi, ODK, vice-presidenf of Sophos, Sfudenf Council, lnferfrafernify council, Liberal Arfs Tribunal and lnframural Manager. This imposing lisf nafurally kep+ him pre'H'y busy, and fhe UC campusifes always kepf his name in mind when a big job was in fhe offing .How Harry kepl' everyfhing so well organized is somefhing of a mysfery. Maybe if's +ha+ combinafion of planning, deliberafian, and iusf plain hard work. ioe luchi Anyone who reads fhe sporfs pages of fhe Cincy news- papers knows more fhon a liffle obouf UC's Joe Luchi. Capfain of fhis year's baskefball squad, Joe kepf fhe sparfswrifers busy fhinking up new adiecfives fo praise his oufsfanding play. Much of fhe spark 'n spirif fhaf fook fhe Bearcafs fo fhe NIT was produced by fhis scrappy liHle guy. OFF fhe courf, Joe "re- laxes" as a member of Sigma Sigma, Ulex, "C" club, Sfudenf Alumni Faculfy Commiffee, and vice presidenf of Phi Epsilon Kappa. Somehow, he finds fime fo spend wifh his cufe wife and kids foo. Quife a whirlwind, fhaf Mr. Luchi--wifh or wifhouf his baskefball. brenf ingle This charming Thefa proved herself willing and capable in her firsf days here on campus. Brenf kepf her serious self preffy busy as V. P. of fhe Sfudenf Religious Council as well as Sec- refary-Treasurer of Religious Emphasis Week. Her acfivifies in- clude Morfor Board, Wig Wag, Womens Senafe, Orienfafion Board, and Pi Tau Epsilon. Like all Home Ec. gals, she planned more fhan meals and managed fo balance her work and sfudies fo become an all-round gal. Her name is known all over school for being a dependable and eager worker, who'll never say "no" fo a iob. There'll be a vacancy af UC when Brenf lngle leaves. Page 209 barbara perry Barbara Perry musl have developed a secrel lormula lhal enables her lo be in six places al once. How else could she possibly manage lo do everylhing, know everyone, and slill slay on lhe TC Dean's lisl? Her accomplishmenls al UC have covered a wide lield. Barb's been presidenl ol SDT, chairman ol Orienlalion Board, secrelary ol lhe senior class, social board, and Pan Hellenic, a member ol Kappa Della Pi, Panel ol Americans, Guidon, and, ol course, Morlar Board. Add lo lhis a prelly lace, a sparkling personalily, and a real knack lor making lriends, and you've gol somelhing ralher special, 'especially when il's Barb. Paae ZIO personalities 0 don mayhall Don Mayhall is a lypical UC-BMOC - well known, well liked, wilh an abundance ol ellicienl know-how. A February graduale ol Business Adminislralion, Don is now going on lo bigger and beller lhings al lhe Universily ol Alabama Gradu- ale school. His lisl ol aclivilies on campus was long and impres- sive. He was a member ol Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, a lirsl lieulenanl in Scabbard and Blade, vice presidenl ol Men's Senale, a member ol orienlalion board, and lhe ROTC Cadel Colonel lor l95O-5I. An inherenl skill in dealing wilh people ol all kinds has helped gain Don lhe repulalion ol lhe man who "gels lhings done, and done righl". dick mappes Dick has a hosl ol lriends here al UC. He is quiel and un- assuming, and yel has made his place on campus lhrough his honesly and sincerily-nol lo menlion iusl plain hard work! Prool ol his capabililies may be seen in lhis imposing lisl ol exlra-curricularsg Men's Senale, Business Adminislralion Tri- bunal, UC Bond Drive, Glee Club, Bela Gamma Sigma, and Alpha Kappa Psi. As Co-Chairman ol lhe Leadership Conler- ence lhis fall he demonslraled his abilily os a gavel-lapper. A big momenl in Dick's lile was on lhe day he added an ODK key lo his colleclion. As a member of lhe honored circle, he broughl glory lo his Alpha Tau Omega brolhers. i i r Q iam "' , " s. Av fi sq pefe sf. clair Greaf fhings were expecfed of Pefe Sf. Clair when he firsf come fo UC, fresh from an oufsfanding career as a high school afhlefe in Piffsburgh, Pennsylvania, and he has gone on fo sur- pass all expecfafions. His abilify and popularify are affesfed fo by fhe facf fhaf his feammafes elecfed him capfain of fhis year's Beorcaf eleven. His fine play as a defensive line backer helped UC over fhe hump in many of fhe "+ough ones" on fhe foofball schedule. Off fhe gridiron, Pefe keeps busy as o mem- ber of Sigma Sigma, Ulex, "C" Club, ATO, and Presidenf of fhe Junior Class. A fighfing spirif on fhe field and a friendly smile on campus have become The frademarks of our Pefe. befsy zorfman When Befsy Zarfman leaves UC she will have an impressive collecfion of leffers following her name - B.S., RN., and B.W.O.C. Acquiring +his lisf involved being presidenf of fhe Nursing and Healfh Glee Club, vice presidenf of fhe Tribunal, Morfar Board Edifor, vice presidenf of Sfudenf Council, secre- fary of Board of Publicafions, in Penquin Club, and VIC, be- sides keeping up wifh her heavy schedule of school work and nursing. This liffle Thefa bubbles wifh personalify, hos a ferrific sense of humor, and our spies fell us she even has a lighf 'louch wifh a fheromefer, foo. Have we convinced you fhaf you need a nurse? o personalities bob schwindl' Here is anofher guy af fhe head of fhe class. By fhe end of his sophomore year, Bob had esfablished a name for himself on campus. Acfually he had been freasurer for more organ- izafions fhan you can imagine. Jusf a few of his many iobs have been Phi Delf presidenf and freasurer, some for Sfudenf Coun- cil and Mummers Guild, Cincinnafian Business Manager, Junior Class Treasurer, and holder of fhe money bags for Sophos and L.A. Tribunal. Rewards for his many efforfs came when he was admiffed fo fhe circle of ODK, and fhe dramafic organiza- fion Thefa Alpha Phi. Mix good looks, personalify, falenf, cle- pendabilify and old Phi Delf push and auf comes Bob Schwindf. IE. Page 2II . YN , H .MY 'HMX X ff-E52 "xi Q 2 . Sim -'I :Qld ,ix-Q - -N ' A . . .'x,. Page 2I2 e housing ff Win X X 0 Page 213 . .W x x li M5 N C is i I i '.',pfW A if i 'f he s ' i 'i .1 SlTTINO-Whittington J Blaodgood J Thomas, S Pelerson, N STANDING ROW I-Rydin A ROW 2-Sr-mfh M Ste-Nmius, N assn. of ll0l'lllil0l'. women I UC women have sei up an elaboraie, buf efficient sysfem ol sfudeni governmenf for fhe women living in Memorial Dormifory. The members of lhe dorm feel +ha+ young women of college age are capable of handling fheir own problems and falling care of iheir own cases of home-sickness. Wilh fhis belief, +hey have sei up 'fhe ln+er- Dorm Council, which is composed of The main officers of ihe dormi- fory. A+ Council meefings, rules and regulofions are sef up for life in +he dormiiory. The l950-Sl Council, under fhe leadership of Jane Bloodgood, was a smoofh-running organizafion which fool: iis work seriously +o achieve besl resulis. Page ZI4 presiden+ vice pres -iane bloodgood .-joan whiHing+on secre+ary-doris rydin, +reosurer- iean barnard dorofhy inglis presiden-I-phillip johnson vice president-william young sec.-'rreas.-'rhomas hefley o melfs inter-dorm. 00llIl1'il The Men's lnier-Dormifory Council assumed fhe responsibiliiy of fosfering and promoiing unify and cooperaiion among all of 'lhe men's dormifories on campus. Their responsibilifies were indeed greail The Council is made up of fhe Presiclen+ and anoiher officer of each clormifory which has Hs own adviser 'io 'the group. The group governed +he dorms, coorclinaied 'Phe aciiviiies, and was inslrumen- ial in making dorrniiory life more pleasani for everyone. T Q ' Q. W ,fs . . 5 43' 1- l I'f '-Q gs. 4' A 'P , . , Q ' 'ii 'iff ii Q as A L . X Q 'Q v 'R We in.: '. v Page IB +A. 5 .Q -A-vs, K J x'X 'X i., X s ' 4 1. .fr 1' A- wx ,fa C 1 H., r ,dn ,I , . - .- .QF . ,A -H. " - '-,.,,,-, M.. -, N r -P ., 1 .lv A. ' A,-EMF -.ff l' Y -4' m morial dornl o Providing a friendly and homelike aimosphere for ouf-of-iown girls is Memorial Dormiiory. Everyfhing pos- sible is done fo make sure 'lhaf happiness and safisfac- fion prevail among 'rhe occupanfs. The Dorm is under careful supervision and guidance, hui' +he girls are al- lowed sufficienf freedom fo give fhem an oppor'funH'y 'fo learn how fo live and plan independenfly. V n , 1 S' if ,I f 1, 13.1 1 - 1 -N - - M, I ' ' -5 Q 'H 3 Q A . - , 2 . E ' 1 3 , s il 1' gk. . " ' N' " , 'I L. Y. .ei V q 15. 5 T i X, . , 'Q en, - if is 1 E A , " ' V i i W . . 1 'J , X. J 2 4. 'I , . Q p O. s . in ., ,s E ' ' A s s , 1 , . . V ,. V gif. v' 6 if A ' ' '- 1 ' fi , '- , y vu X ' . A51 J S' 1 K - ' A ' JF . f- I 'W "' f- 'F Y f 1 . 5 ' ' , , -' Y f- 5 'v . C- l fx , 9 ' A , 1- V N I J. .x .. ,. -.V , ' : .Ti J. U I ' iw 1 . .. -rr-: ' fy, vv Q A J - s 5 .J . F X .xgfpk 3 G N ,k . fi e 1 W X ,X ROW I-Rydm, D, Muller, C, Bensen M, Callison, P, Gehron, M . DeWiH J ROW 2-Cohen, E, Farber, V, Graham, P., Evanoff Gaies, D, Gonzenbacff, B, Schleicher, N ROW 3-Nicholas, B, Springsfon, P, Goldburg, S, Feulner, H, Deininger, M., Sfewarf J Higley, J. ROW 4-Harris N, Hamilton, M, Brennan B, Meadows, B Davison, A., Byrd, N, Canlor, J. Page ZI6 o morial dorm Newly remodeled las? year wilh a new wing added, lhe Dorm is a piciure of modern comfort Living here ieaches a girl useful 'lhings abou? furnishing her room as she likes, budgefing her hours 'lo allow lime for work and recreaiion, and on occasion, even cooking her own meals. The Dorm, wi+h such a varied group of personalifies, does a splendid iob of making ifs family feel a+ home. v' 'sr no 5 .1 'Y ,A .,, Y 'f"' , ik M ,.- , I A K v V r : ' 1 4 -- 1' . L . , A D L- ,,.e . W -' . ,.' .-. W - ,- ., f g, .- W' -1 ' ,, ,Q ',,, if YO .yin ROW --Irons, M, Sears, N, Chase, B, Whittington, J, Hedrick, P., Kreke, J, ROW 2-Schrader, J,, Scholz, A, Heerer, A, Flora, B, Ohlmann, I., Young, L., Thomas, C. ROW 3-Smysor, B,, Pride, L., Bloodgood, J, Huber, M, Coughlin, D,, Miller, B,, Larimer, N., Davis, J. ROW 4-Ward, B, Berwanger, M., Shiels, M, Groff, L., Chahrouri, A, Ross, B, Blough, C ROW 5-Dockaf, P, Free, J, Sexiorx, M Inglis, D, Simpson, J,, Peterson, N, O'Leary, H, Hagan N Page 2l7 Iifton dorm Anybody need a cook? The C. D. guys were famous for 'fheir deIec+able dishes. Yef, fhey s+ill found fime +o give bang up hayrides and fo be buddies fo 'fheir fellow dormi+es. ROW I-Sviern W, Davis, R, Martin, R, Young, D, Young, W, Sander, T. ROW Z-Lackey, D, Schueler, J., Dodds, R., Barsic, D,, Clipson, Mafhews, R, Chapman, D. ROW 3-Garcia, A, Schrniedel, D, Lindross, C., Wesferline, P, Weir, J,, Urbanowicl, W, Ferreri, J, Balaun ROW 4-Grllalconi, J Barr, J, Bakuhn, J, Adams, D, Pievoni, V, Shaw, R, Klein, A. Paqe 2I8 pq x., o universit dorm ' 9 Housing is sfill on unsolved problem of UC, buf in spiie of numerous minorl?l discomforfs, dwellers of Dorm C, managed +o have a pre'Hy swell, if lmecfic college life. 5 fx A i'3N. 5- s I 4: N,, Xi P' ef' 5. 4' , Y s -sa N vw 3 -W n. x., ROW I-Ryan, E, Lone, R., Appel, B,, ROW 3-Wallace, C., Rulh, J., Mueller, G, Hollcroff, D, Miller, E., Sfarch, S, Kiefer R, M me J, Downs, V ROW 2-Burns, R, Miller, R, Davis, J, Chullinor, R., oroudos, C, Rienker, F, Rebeck, G, Wolcnin, L ROW 4-Schrnidheiser Menfeer, L, Sobo, J. . C, Bnrfish, A, Hennel, Page 2l9 D yi x xx, g X N sg XX. w I? 'C ' s P XX I xi, .' K s'- '.' X xv- .5- LX T -.J , I ' - , x X P' ' A iz X 1 I I 1 Page 220 o campus activities I X I he ll 'ffewiiiisg iff L?.- X , . r- ' I J if s si H7 ir -v. lx 4 ff? Z' ROW I-Coburn, R, Sachs, L, Ward, W, Moore, E, lhiele, R ROW 2ALackey, D, Sfrohrnenger, A, Zoller, J, Schwaegerle, P., Hirschberg, D, Schaefer, R., Braun, F ROW 3-Miller, D, Pahren, H., Poll, G, Weisenberqer, W, Davies, W, Tidd, C. ROW 4-Kirch, W, Klebanow, H., Harrad, D., Merrill, J., Overv berg R. Jesler, H .lpha chi sigma o The-re'll be no explosions in fhe Chem building if Alpha Chi Sigma can help if. A vigorous safely program is iusi one of fhe many services 'lhis professional chemical fra- fernifies sponsors. Gala banquefs followed fhe fwo inifia- fions, and preparafions were made +0 form a chapfer af Xavier. A group of fhis fype offers as much and even more acfivify afler graduafion as during fhe college years. Fix V. O 372 in w-v c,.. .I-L "'f.'.m .-rg mi 'I O. gr a 92 'o 03 Z Oi O Tm :W OA: m Z.. 3. a 95 215 ga r. in 32 ISL sm :i 1,.,- ro 10 'SHT ZZ -W -2-1 'mug Kurtz, P, Williams, P, Koenecke, W, Delong, R, Olson, G 'Nr sg. ,ca s.. vw. N! , Sachs, Nowik Q- - March, I948, marked fhe insfallafion on 'lhe campus of a sfudenf chapfer of fhe Ohio Sociefy of Profession Engineers composed of members from all branches of fhe College of Engineering.Seelcing lo develop a professional ' affifude on +he parf of fhe engineering sfudenf, meefings -academic, professional, and social-were scheduled ' fhis year, some in affiliafion wifh fhe local Ohio Sociefy of Professional Engineers. L ROW 2-Helfrich, R, Eibling, J, Tarcha, P, Miller, G, Lenz, H., For- owski, l., Wheafley, E, Bonern, F, Lavey, D, Borm, W ROW 4-Ball, D., 3 i S Q l of Q 4. l ' l l E N' yi. 2 4 , is , 1 S A i A ROW I-Thiele, R, Mahler, P, Tidd, C, Sachs, L, Zoller, J, Lackey, D ROW 2-Upp, D, Ferrerr, J, Hirschberg, D, Slrohrnenger, A, Hoffman, D Svone- burner, D. ROW 3-Davies, W, Miller, D, Nuber, K, Davis, R, Schwoegerle, P, Weir, J ROW 4-Harrod, D, Kirch, W, Ward, W Merritt, J, Bavis, E, Moore, E. ROW 5-Jester, H, i-lolfkarnp W, Klebanow, H, Weisenberger, W, Pahren H o am rican inst. of chem. in ineers The famous secfion change par+ies have broughi loud acclaim +o +he AlChE, and +o while away +he 'rime during secrions lhis year, lhe group presenled free movies on Friday noons. lnlramural and inferclass sporls 'roolc up lhe resf of 'lhe free +ime. Ever since AlChE arrived on +he UC campus in l926, if has been quile busy, for besides all lhis if 'reaches self-governmenl' 'lo Hs members. Where Row I-Adler, w, Mahler, P, Nomowgkr, L, Run, v Row 2-smam, T, Sh Gibson, C. 'mwaw na vw M .omww r x-.,, 5 v can a s+uden+'s inferesl in lhe chemical engineering pro- fession be sfimulaled? ln fhe AlChE, of course. And whal beHer aim could such an organizalion have? Bul 1'his is noi all +ha'r AlChE does. I+ helps fo promo+e a greafer feeling of friendship fhroughoul lhe deparlmenl and also provides o meefing ground for +he ideas of sfudenls and facully. aw P, Tarcha P Harper R ROW 3-Hoflman, W, Sfeinhofl, D, Leis? R, X r N. f 5 ss,- sf va. ..K l . l r,,s . 'mf y -- y . cc at 1 ,.. lim IKIL, . Aff" 1. v' A i i fx.- ROW I-Saclisieder, D, Gilkey, J, Willsey, R, Dacey, E, Wilson, J, Rolhiuss, R., Kammer, D, ROW 2-Nalfner, M., Taylor, M., Isaac, G., Timpermon. E, Busch, W, Miller, J, NeCamp, D. ROW 3-Moloney, J, Erbauqh, S., Fells, D., Hetlrick, R., Wolfgang, W., Lindross, C., Scholl, F ROW 4-Hedges, C, Miller, R,, Sanneman, R,, Bickel, R., Bangerl, R., Heilmann, R, Spencer, D, ROW 5-Wachs, W., Bernard, R, Grundy L, Young, W Wilson, R, Sloos, R, Shively, T ROW 6-Moore, C, Emmerich, K., Pohlman, R, Meyer, R, Wood, J., Sfeiger, G., Walier, R ROW I-Krebs, W, Gebhardt, C, Rohn, E, Live-1ey, F, Sheskier, A., Werner, T ROW Z-Poppe, R., Jesswein, A, Greene, R, Mollman, C., Brodrigk L, Parry E, Heberer, N ROW 3-Queen, J, Johnson. P, Eichenberger, N, Siellenpohl, G., Mason, J., Crciwfis, E., Bull, D. ROW 4- Schraer, l., Kupferle, A., Boyd, V, Bradbury, B, Winder, C, Luken, G, Weslerlund, K ROW 5-McLaughlin, L, Winder, D, Gordon, R, Brown, W Runck, E, Hirn, J, Arnold, D., Koizer, J al. '. 0. 0. 0 Among 'rhe many engineering socielies, AIEE has been one of 'the mosl' oulsianding in associaiing all 'rhe E.E. sludenfs wilh specific problems in in- duslry. Through meelings, speakers, movies, and in- speclion lrips, many phases of an engineer's life have been presenled. A significanl evenl sponsored Page 224 by AIEE is Sophomore Incloclrinalion Day. The green sophomores are infroduced 'lo lheir individual deporlmenls. Colne and candy machines have pro- mofed scholarship programs. Again fhis year, AIEE has been worlhy of high recognilion. o m rican society of civil ineers Those poor sfudenls over in engineering didn'+ s+udy all 'rhe fimel A+ leasf lhe Civil Engineers didn'+. ln lheir own organizalion, ihe American Sociefy of Civil Engineers, fhey gof fheir share of fun. The group was composed of 'fwo secfions, which mer a+ leasf Twice a monlh. The ASCE enlered a R,, Beckeii, E., Emmons, M, D., Brauckmann, W. ROW I-Lucas, R, Ballew, R., Paulus, 3-Bull, R., Carpenh:-r, 1, Fry, J,, Rude, SEATED-Cline, W, Murphy, W, Glas, W Z-Selile, W,, Kulenburq, C, Smith, W, il- A7 ' x., in- R Q..- ROW , Gross, E, Chapman, D, ROW I-Garner, L, Fosler, G, Fahey, R, Brown, Hansen, E, Villena, G. ROW 3-Hagenhofi, R,, Rifler, J, Lineback, J, Adams, leam in fhe inframural sporls program which didn'+ fare so badly eilher. A Freshman Smoker was given, and ihese engineers didn'+ forgef picnics and par- ries. Bur a+ lheir meefings +hey siill couldn"r gel away from ihal ever preseni fhoughl of siudying --+hey showed fechnical movies. 2YRansorn, W, Miles, H, Harris, I, Spieker, G., Kubinslri, J ROW A, Ransom, W ROW G, Parks, E , - , . W, 25 N . -,: 1 -on ,- va sv one wa o 3lllllilliStl'3ti0ll XJ OW' 'I 4 y lt- u x X. E Q: 'J 55' -mas. S' l X X l ROW l-Mi .er G McCall, J, Sander, T, Byrer, J, Malhews, R., Klaus, R, Brooks, R. ROW 2-Neidhard, R, Dirr, A, Fisher, E, Fellwock, C Bader K, Lenz H Garrell, C, Forsyth, P ROW 3-Vigus, L, Moehlmon, R, Smilh, R, McClellan, H, Duff, J., Molz, B, Nenninqer, T, Evans, J ROW 4-Hoffman, J, Kusnerus, S, Fralich, C, Roell, L, Johnson, K, Gas', P, Drake, J,, Tucker, D ROW 5-Kusnerus, J, Hanish, R Bfoerirg H Albach, W, Mangold, C, Hennel, G, Hollcrolf, D, Griffin, F If he carries a slide rule, i+'s a sale bel lhal he's an engineer. To go lurlher lhan lhis is lo gel in- volved in lechnical speculalion, as 'lo which branch, mechanical, chemical, aeronaulical, geological? --and so on acl nauseum +o lhe uninilialed. Bul lo lhe engineer, lhis is a vilal queslion, for each divi- sion claims a loyal group ol followers who are bound logelher in a close lcnil sociely. For 'those RCW I-Robinew, D Wones, C, Peppers, J, Plefferle, R, Hickox, C, Kolz, F ROW 2-King, N, Robinson, R, Wilbur, R,, Tillols P Ralhman E ROW 2eSpringer, W,, Whealley, E, Lukey, R, Bonem, F., Sreele, C, Phillips, R ROW 4-Evans, R, Day, J, Willer, devoled lo +he cause 'rhe American Sociely of Mechanical Engineers sponsored a program pro- moling fellowship and furlhering inleresl in 'lhe field of mechanical engineering. Tallcs by induslrial leaders and co-operalion wilh lheir parenl' profes- sional sociely aided in ASME's aim. Awards were given lo deserving sludenls who had shown unu- sual abilily in 'rheir worlr. D Failen F, Det:-ig, R ROW 5-Krumpe, R, Schloerner, P., Olson, G, Allnulf, J, Bliclrensderler, R, Friqkcr, J, F.fz, D ,- if 4. qi 71 il 'JU' on, J,, Gels, R, Ball, , 3 f 2 1 l Q 2 '- " s ' Q 2 9 1 is r ,. 5 1. 5 , ,,,, S v' EI.. A :T 5:52 i -i-14... . ,, . . ,,fvw,,,.,,,Q,,.,,M,,.4,,,,v,f,,' M W r M, . A f v V r ---f--'+fMM,f..,'i.,M...,,...,, , ,N A . ,,,,., ,- 1-.:,, ,v .. ', 1. .1 ., ry-'ii V 13.-'T fr 'if.?,Q.f- ' ' . Q f "'u,wv Q, . 'A " ..- 'A 4' TS? ROW I-O'Neill, D, Bond, J., Whillord, D, Benefhurn, D, Sloeclrlin, R ROW Z-Meeker R, Wilson, R, Heyner, F, Blanco, T, Bachman R ROW 3-Wohlen, R, Schmill, R, Balsink, E, Rallerrnan, E,, Reynolds, B, Kaine, J. in titllte of aeronautical sciences The everchanging world requires fhe engineer lo have 'rhe lolesl in 'technical informalion. Upper- classmen in Aeronau'l'ical Engineering oblain lhis informalion from lhe lnslilule of Aeronaulical Sciences. A+ 'rheir noon meelings lhe Aeros invile lhe lop men from lhe avialion induslry lo discuss such lopics as supersonic fligl-I+ and iel propulsion. Aeronaulical Engineering begins wilh algebra and ROW I-Dick, P., Dillon, O, Hale, R, Elnan, O. ROW 2-Silberbe Gangl, A, Laaclre, F, Rhodes, T Klule, J, Hoff, R s Q.. 'Q fs, ,A R76 -. x ws r 2 E vs of " -ei V! chemislry and ends wilh supersonic aerodynamics and 'rhe design of an airplane. Such a program requires a greal cleal of lime and energy, buf once every secfion lhe Aeros find iime 'ro hold a porly. This combinalion of social aclivily and lechnical advancemenl malces lhe l. A. S. a viral organiza- lion for every aero engineer ond a big assel +o our fulure aircrafl designers. Marlz, J, Posge, J, Jacobs, P, Eagle, H ROW 3-Daniel, H, 9, is V -og S4 -A sa- -sf w..1 american marketing association o A very new organiza+ion on campus, fhe Ameri- can Markefing Associafion, is composed of pre- iuniors, juniors, and seniors in Bus Ad who have selec+ed markefing as iheir maior Held. Af fheir monfhly mee+ings 'the members hear speakers who discuss all phases of +he marlce+ing field. This group also conduc+s surveys, sponsors seminars, and under+alces o+her proiecis +o gain experience in marlreling. , , 5 Q 1' Q 1:- . v 4' xv ig 'Q - ' wr' -Tic . ,, fc E J' SEATED-Kulzleb, R., Karas, M, Reinhold, R,, DiTornmaso, D, Nemoff, E. ROW I-Glenn, J., Rupp, W,, Klein, R., Sroecklin, J., Kunfz, D ROW 2- Thomcz, W, Linesch, E., Eldon, D,, Sullivan, M., Kramer, K Page 228 o d Ita i ma pi The Delia Sig's really believe in all work and no ploy. Their calendar for fhe year was poclced wi+h speakers and movies perfaining fo fhe commercial world. Tours were planned in and around Cincy. Bu+ here and 'rhere 'rhey pushed aside accounling fools and celebraled such affairs as lheir Founders Day and Chapfer birthday. The chapier was busily engaged in rebuilding +heir organiza+ion and are proud of progress +o dole. ROW I-Schnelle, C, Fla G, McLaughlin, H ROW berqer, D, Lehrneyer, A lx J, Crawford, R, Domino, R, Fogarfy, A,, Pafer, C ROW Z-Rufh, J, Evers, R, Hoffman, J, Harker, R, Smith, C, Beyrmq, Reginelli, P, Wilson, E, Fafh, T, Harpring, J, Koenig, G,, Hardin, T, Rornonenberg, R, ROW 4-Wohlwsnder, W, Roflv-ne isch, S, Miller, H, Schlerhl, N, Barfos, V Page 229 I A alpha kappa p i The year l95O-I95I was an ac+ivi'ry year for flue sixly Business Adminislrafion facully and sl'uclen+ members of Alpha Kappa Psi, fhe oldesl profes- sional fralernify in ll16 field of commerce. ln addi- fion +o social, business, professional mee+ings, and inifiafions, 'lhe fralerniiy sponsored a Universily convocaiion ancl clonaled boolcs on career plan- ning +o Hue Commerce Library. lx if C' ROW l-Wesf, R, Reinhold, R, Doelling, R, Boberg, T, Milleck, R, Aumend, C ROW 2-Kiefer, D, Ehrharl, H, Larimer, W, Maize, E, Mayhall, D Burgess, W Weber, F ROW 3-Riegner, P, Poundsione, J, McCall, T, Kinney, C, Parker, G, Guiney, T, Slickney, T. ROW 4-Reis, A., Lobih, K, Rear T Maapes R Mendenhall R MacVeign R Hollaender R ROW 5-Florlmman D, Turner, R., O'Brien, J., Tietig, E, Lemlrer, A., Koehler, F. Page 230 Nh- i 5 X fi '5- , , . , , ps. 3. 4 3 ROW I-Wilhelm, W, Sunnenberg J Koehler W, Liguori, F ROW 2-Boike, M, Grueninger, D., Geraci, C., Nesfer, J., Kabuian, S. ROW 3-Koehler, B, Leith, H., Paalz, E. Sexton M, Mara M, bus ed club o Because of iheir in+eres+ in ieaching and business problems, members of 'the Business Educafion club mei rnonihly 'io hear speakers discuss 'rhese subjecfs. How- ever, fhe group also sponsored social evenis a+ Chrisi- mas, wiih a parfy, and in spring, wifh a picnic for bo+h s'fuden+s and facul+y in fhe 'Field of business educa+ion. A cookie sale +o provide money for iis proiecfs com- ple+ed +he club's aciivi+ies for ihe year. o tau pi epsilon Every morning al 9 o'cloclc, mulfiiudes of pofenfial Hopalong Cassidy's arrive af ihe Women's Building for nursery school, ihe main workshop for siudenfs in child care. Since +his is such an infegral par+ oi ihe child care program, ifs welfare is of prime inieresf 'ro Tau Pi Epsi- lon. This honorary selecfs ifs members from ihe 'rop IOCQO of 'rhe child care class for fheir ouisfonding inieresf and pariicipaiion. ROW I-Oberiander J 0-iaffefgiey, N, Agiames-s M, N-EH, M ROW 2-Szhfader, J, Wood, D, Childs, J, Gillrnore, B Noi in picture' Kaernmerle, B ingle, M ""7 -If -wk :pf M, ,ng 5 -vw D if S H 3 if :- ROW l-Mohn, M, Bready, D, Schildmeyer, J, Russe, R., Brown, C., Cadmen, N, Aglamesis, M, ROW Z-Brigham, D., Arrighi, L., Price, N., Nohr, J., Slrover, D, Perry, E, Paxlon, R., Michaelson, l, Malas, M. ROW 3-Verran, A., Schwall, S, Gerhardf, D., McNamee, G., McConnell, J., Geisler, J., Schrader, J., Berman, C ROW 4-Koegel, P, Means, B, Lanceil, E, Vigran, A., Kunkel, E, Ruehlman, H., Mansell, S., Wilschger, M. ROW 5-Wood, D., Kimball M Connolly, B, Thomas, J, Hall, T, Niehus, J., Meinkeu, M., Kile, D home ec lub o Jusl whal eFFec'l do comic books have on children? In whal' way do visual aids help in lhe classroom? And how can we apply 'rhal much used phrase, child psy- chology? These and olher lopics were discussed before lhe Kindergarlen-Primary Club 'rhis year 'ro develop in- leresf in +eaching on lhe primary level, and prepare for 'Fulure leaching experiences. A liacully lea and Chrislrnas Parly helped round oul +heir program. o kind rg'n club Combining recrealion wi+h worlhwhile proiecfs and professional growlh seemed 'ro be lhe special recipe of fhe Home Ec Club as il cooked up i+s program. Open +o all sludenls in 'rhe College of Home Economics, each of lhe four classes presenled a fabulous dinner par'l'y for fhe olher lhree. As proof of +heir culinary prowess lhe club also made l,000 sandwiches for fhe Polio Benefil Fund. ROW I-Cohen, S, Cruse, C, Caine, A, McNamee, J., Kuhlrnan, R ROW Z-Sloll, L, Shaper, A., Behrendl, A, Miller, D, Carpenfer, N., Miller, E. ROW 3-Dunbar, P, Albers, J, Bochler, M, McCue, J., Dugan, J, Weiss, B, ROW 4- Volksfodl, C., Zwosfer, P., Lux, B., Kleine, S., Frankenberg, A., Covinglon J gsvfg ag- -KN ,J J -so XQ i W4 ' ,cwnnww 4 li- An ,, 3 gl fl W miwfm A . , . -.if . A fl: KP of .gi fi i 1 1 ROW I-Whealley, E, Wones, C, Oellen, J, Rhode-., T, Herron, C ROW ZfGrover, D, Mead, R, Reichle, H, Olson, G ROW 3-Dawson, R, DeLong, R, Arnold, D, Ball, D S. a. 0. o o red cross The Sociely of Aulomolive Engineers is a sludenl organizalion in+eresled in problems in 'rhe field of frans- porlalion. Siudeni membership is limiled 'ro engineering and is closely inlegraled lo 'rhe pareni chapler. Besides campus meelings, 'rhe parenl chap+er offers excellenl opporiunilies +o fosier relalions belween sludenfs and professional engineers. A placemenl service of more fhan 450 manuiaclurers is also available +o members. Do you like +o help olhers bul clon'+ lxnow how? lf so, fhe Red Cross is righf up your alley. Once a week, slu- denis in fhe Molor Corps ialce courage and sleering wheel in hand and chauffeur young and old 'ro programs bofh educafional and enlerlaining. ln addifion 'ro wafer safely. enferlainmenl for velerans, and spealcer's bureau, lhe college unil exlended a helping hand lo foreign sludenis a+ UC. ROW I-Taylor, C, Cochran, J Cleveland F, Droege, R ROW Z-Knodel, M, Lang, V, For M, Niederhelman, J 3' 'W 'CS' 4- I 4 O 'S' '36- ' S ii! ... -xl l '36 'Cf mrs- 'M V 'N QW POW l-Elfine I L'ndberg R Ririsky G ROW 2--Donaih, T., Harper, W. Gruen C., Phillips, G., Weiss. J. ROW 3'-Sie" L Funk 5 Jenkins R. Bowling J. forensic illilll o SixT -eighT debaTes were scheduled This year Tor The Forensic Guild. This is a big job buT UC's oraTors were noT worried abouT iT. Such big names as NoTre Dame, Cornell and NorTh Carolina appeared on Their rosTer, as well as The local schools, Our Lady oT CincinnaTi and Xavier. The Forensic Guild losT Their debaTe coach and insTrucTor, Mr. McCoy in OcTober To Uncle Sam. The guild boasTs Tour members in Tau Kappa Alpha. AT The naTional Conven- Tion This year, UC del::aTers placed second, quiTe an accomplish- menT for a club on Their second birThday. Page 234 presidenT-ronald linberg secreTary-geraldine rinslcy Treasurer-claude gruen debaTe mgr.-ivan ezrine presidenf-al nelson secrefary-brenl' ingle +reasurer-ingeborg schiller o orientation lmard "You're new around lwere aren'+ you?" And wilh 'rliis quesfion, Orienlafion Board allaclced +l1e problem of rubbing +l1e shine off flue campus newcomer 'fo allain +l1e glow of a wiser, bul' wearied, freshman. ln acldilion lo sponsoring ll1e Freshman Guide Book, a booklel of campus informalion, a real life iniroduclion io campus is made in flue form of an all-day orienfalion including fours, fallcs, and +l1e 'rraclilional Freshman Mixer. This year Hue Board, made up of s+uden+s and faculfy, under+ook a broad reorganizafion rogram fo correlafe all groups on campus concerned wi'rl1 Keslwrnan orienfafion. SEATED-lffneger l lngle H N-:ls A Schille' l STANDING ROW IYP-e"v B Bw M, Lundau J Sain. L Dawley N QOW '-Cos?-ella J, Mayhall D Pulnarn T QQ- 4.7 :wa '?" ,K we Tas-N558 '7-sq ,gun .---- ,XX . k 7' 'Wh' Presidenl of 'the Universily since I932, Dr. Walfers has won for himself noi only a nafion-wide repufafion as a leader in +he broad and highly compeiifive Field of educafion, buf also as an indus+rious man of leHers. He is recognized iniernaiionally as an au'fhori+y on universify adminisfralion. has been awarded eighl honorary degrees, and is a nalional Senaior ol Phi Beia Kappa. l-le filled a special Army mission in Japan early in l949, and is chairman of fhe Com- millee on +he Relafion of Higher Educa+ion +o 'ihe Federal Govern- ment In a large universi+y personalifies are liable +o become sub- merged beneafh an exferior of elificiency, and people become num- bers rafher fhan individuals, buf Presideni Wallers' inferesf in each and every sludenf brings a warm, personal elemenl in+o +he busy life al U.C. Page 20 union board o Five sludenfs and four faculfy members make for a well bal- anced adminislrarive body, and The Union Board really works for balance, whefher H' be social or financial. Miss Dororhy Webs+er, The Union direcfor, direcfs bolh +he building and ac+ivi+ies, and 'fhis provides a full lime lplus exfra fimel job for "Danny," The Union social calendar is expanding as i'rs ac+ivi+ies increase each year, and 'rhis keeps 'rhe Three commirlees really hopping. The Program commil-fee 'fakes care of social acfiviiies. The building is kepf in good repair by 'fhe House commi++ee, and 'lhe Budgef commiHee sees +ha+ rhe program commiHee keeps 'The s+uden+ happy wifhin 'rhe bounds of his five dollars, and mainfains 'The building as self- supporfing--always miraculous! SEATED-Bifn M, Johnson, L, Grace L, Webster, D STANDING-Klose, A, Burseik, R, Drake, J presidenf-iack dralce vice-presidenf-john zeigler secreiary-mary ann birn chairman-lila grace sec.-freas.-don moore advisers-miss dorofhy websfer dean Iillion johnson Xf 'Q 1? DSX .,.a "3T",? -Qi ,N 'gn J -X y , ROW I-Grace, L, Conover, M, Bufsch 8 ROW Z-Cleveland, P Websfer, D, More, D, Weiner, I ROW3-McGra1i-1, W , Games o lll'0gl'2llll commit! oe As an adiunc+ 'lo Union Board, lhe Program Commifiee plans and carries ou+ +he social program sponsored by 'rhe Union. Since fhe program is so diverse, i'l"s organizaiion is broken down in+o seven commiHeesg Dance, Exhibilion, Hospifalify, Movie, Music, Tournamenl, and Varieiy. Alfhough each commiHee has jurisdiclion over These specific divisions, ihe Program Commi++ee as a whole plans such alifairs as 'rhe Chris+mas open house and 'rhe Union Ban- que+. Their special pride was 'rhe opening of a new lounge and Music Cenier decoraied in modern pas+els. I+ was mighfy hard on fhe "gel a quick nap"loungers, bu+ a boon fo appreciaiive sfuden+s more or+hodox in 'rheir care of furnilure. Page 237 'Q N N v . rn , . v'-5. w- a . 1:7 354- UN 'ef 5EATEDAErgwn C Enjfiim E Eoodgoad, J, Ruse, R ROW I-Davis. R, Perry, B, Johnson, L ROW 2-Rau, R, 1 ' D P,tnam T social hoard o Did you ever fry lo plan a dance or a parly and find fhaf no one could come because of a previously scheduled engagemenf? A+ a place +he size of UC no social evenf could ever be a success wilhoul fhe help of fhe Social Board. Co-ordinafion, advice, sub- sidies for all-universify aFFairs, and 'Phe general regulafion of campus group social acfivifies by 'fhe board, provide infini+e assisfance +0 social chairmen. The social calendar af +he union olifice, a bullefin board oulside fhe grill, and News Record announcemenls are only 'rhe oufward expressions of lhe ferrific amounf of work fha? goes in'ro lhe crealion of a balanced calendar, no+ 'loo crowded. buf ius+ crowded enough. Page 238 presidem'-eunice engelke . 3 'Y rec. sec.-carol brown cor. sec.-dan bauer 'freasurer-fom pufnam chairman--ingeborg schiller co-chairman-ann hokman sec.-freas.-imgard kroeger adviser-miss grace brown KNEFLING-Blank, S, Duerr, Barnard, J ROW I-Meisfer, iqhr, A ROW Z-Boksenbom, o junior advisers The mage of buildings and fhe confused iumble of new faces, quizzes, and acfivifies facing 'rhe freshmen slowly unfangle info o smoofh pa++ern of acrivifies. Through assemblies and smaller group meefings wirh fhe Jr. Advisers, fhe freshmen women learned fo know fheir college, ils acfivifies, and ifs governmenfg buf mosf imporfanf, fhey learned fo know one anofher by working fogefher on a common proiecl-a "Snow Crysfal Fashion Show"-fhe finale of a very successful I95O Jr. Adviser Program. Confinuing fhe program, lhe Jr. Advisers selecf fheir successors and look ahead 'ro l95l. M, Harper, H SEATED-Johnson, F Kluener, J, Hokrnan, A, S:hlller, I, Kroeger, l J, Wallace, P, Pliillips, M, Goerfemiller, M, Brown, C, Lundquisf, 1, Fields, L, Gul- F, Chenoweih, D, Davis, N, Sfanley, C, Hogan, E Benlarnln, P, Simpson, J Berninq A ROW 3-Rehn, N, Raun, M, Derbes, M, Kibble, B, Niederhelrnan, J, Dells, P, Sf Cyr R, Feller, J ROW -1- Thornas, S, Dawley, N, Reifenour, M, Richardson, G., Brill, M, Paolino, S ROW 5-Hock, J, Vocrner, S, Oulnn, P, Blesi, M, Kuhlrnan M, Armandroff, J, Humphreys, M, Irwin, M co-ep club o Open 'fo all women s'fuden+s who co-op, lhe Co-Ep Club ai- lempls fo bridge 'rhe gap which oflen develops befween Seclions as 'rhey al+erna're work and school. This year girls from bofh secfions worked loge-'lher on 'rhe 'rradifional siyle show, which was open fo The enfire campus. To acquain+ incoming freshmen wi+h fheir aclivifies, a picnic was given in mid-summer. Once in 'rhe organizalion every- one was hard pressed 'lo prove his spor+'s skill for a new phase of oc+ivi+y was friendly compelifion belween Seclions I and ll in or- ganized A+hle'ric Niles. Af+er all 'lhis exerfion, wha? could be more pleasan+ 'rhan Food? ln addifion +o appelizing fidbiis af 'rhese ga+h- erings, banquels were held in Spring and Fall. SEATEDkLange S, Heinl, E ROW I-Sl Cyr, R, Crider, C,. Duerr, M ROW Z-Kluener, J., Schulze, V we 'SZ' -.4-f P91- '37 vw N61 presidenf-ianef schalifner vice-presidenl-eleanor heinz secrefary-ella campbell freasurer-iacqueline rush student union 0 Somelhing new has been added! This year for lhe firsl' lime af U.C., a direclor has been puf in charge of co-ordinaiing Union ac+ivi+ies. Miss Doroihy Websfer, beHer known as "Danny," is fhe charming young woman who has so capably laken over fhe job. Danny, a recenf U.C. gradua+e herself, who holds +he "C" ring and membership in Morlar Board, supervises all Union ac+ivi+ies. Work- ing wifh Union Board and sfuclen+ commiffees, plus assisling wilh 'rhe various funcfions of lhe Union Office are examples of fhe fasks which make up Danny's busy clay. I V an El V Page 242 -wc o the union The Sfudenl' Union-+l1e busiesl, liveliesl building on campus-+he social, cullural and recreafional cenfer of U.C. life-where s'I'u- denfs gafher from morning 'lil night Under 'rl1e direclion of Danny Webs+er and Union Board, 'rhe various func+ions of 'rhe Union are carried ou+. Sfudenl commiHees arrange di- versified acfivilies, ranging from picnics +0 exhibils, from ping pong +ournamen'rs +0 social dances. Housed in fhe Union are fhe Greai Hall Dining Cafeieria, +l1e Grill, and 'll'1E Boolcsfore. This year, +l1e new lounge and music room have added beauly and a modernisiic +oucl1 fo flue Union, as well as providing a comforiable spof for sludenis 'ro relax. Many olifices of publicafion and adminis- +ra+ion are also loca+ed in 'lhe building, and rooms are available for meelings of various siudenf groups. sk- Ny 'T ,if Pg 244 i .l! wmmw Milf: 'Y g o military Page dean norman A . auburn Execuiive abilify is fhe secref of fhe success of Norman P. Auburn, vice-presidenr and Dean of Universify Adminislrafion. This abilily is well dem- ons+ra+ed in his handling of 'rhe UC 'financial and business aFFairs, in addi+ion +o 'rhe public relalions of fhe Universify. As execufive coordinafor of UC, Dean Auburn is influen+ial in rhe direcfion and esfablishmeni of an effecfive program for 'rhe S+uden+ Aciivilies Commiiiee, rhe Union Board, and rhe Board of Publicafions. The civic, indusirial, and professional leaders who compose 'lhe Universify of Cincinnafi Board of Direciors are 'rhe men responsible for 'rhe coor- dinafion of +he afhleric, social, and academic func- fions of +he Universiry. Ma+'fers of s+uden'r and faculfy policy are discussed and ably handled by 'lhe Board in 'rheir monrhly meefings. The passage of 'lhe UC bond issue which promises a new field- house-armory on lhe campus is due +o +he eliforrs of 'rhis hard-working group of promineni Cincin- na+ians. U board of directors SEATAED CLOCKWISE-O'DonneII, James, Murray, Waller F Sh lr R d A B d R 1 K D F lr F W ay W Mg Earley, Jane De Seresyg Auburn, Norman P. votes A ii Weekly infillrafions by the Army and 'rhe Air Force a+ UC was none ofher ihan fhe members of 'lhe Cadel' Corps on parade. Commanded by Col, George Young, PMS8iT, and Mai. Charles Green, PAS8iT, +he uni'r pro- vided rhe excellenl experience in leadership and disci- pline which mililary life incurs. Besides an acrive classroom schedule, fhe ROTC provided o+her aspecis of college life. There were +hree miliiary honor organizalions represenled. The social life of fhe Cadels was by no means lefl' oul-in fhe Fall, The U.C. Mili+ary Dance, 'rhe lirsf open dance for fhe en+ire campus, was a mosl successful affair: and in +he Spring 'lhere was +he Milifary Ball, a+ which lime ihe Honorary Caclel' Colonel was presenled and which was only open +o members of +he Corps. Along wifh several Tea Dances held on campus, many ofher oppor+unifies in +he social line were aFForded. vera meyer honorary code? colonel ROW I-Reed, A, Green, C, Plagens, G, Young, G, Foxx, J., Wellenreiler, F. ROW 2-Smith, P., Moore, F, Holle, H., Hardy, 1., Burdxinski, B., Vaughn, F. ROW 3-Cornyack, G Ryder, E, Sevareid, J, Wafson, G, Belleau, H, Crain, C, Moy, R. ROW 4-Wise, G., Vandy, H, Hall, C, Cassidy, C., Brooks, R., Shiuel B., Berger, D. 1 Page 246 x 4' ,. ROW I-Perkins, D, Kinball, A, Wuhan, G, Mers, W, Kenning, W ROW 2-Brurnberg, A, Clawsan, W., Myers, W, Bosler, l, Dolman, G, Slorie, G ROW 3-Tesco, R, Wiersema, R, Polls, J, Pfeiffer, L., Miller, R, Borr, J., Phillips, G ROW 4-Ryan, J, Anderegg, R Sedan, E, Young, G Greenland T Telford C Clqyron R ROW 5-Plogsredr A Cady R, Baier R, Pufienborger, E Ballief, J, Malfhauer, J, Schultz E p fl'Slli, 4' rifles o Headed 'rhis year by Al Kimball and Bill Merz, rhe UC chapfer of Pershing Rifles has cerrcrinly carried on in +he fradirions eslablished by +he or- ganiza+ion's founder, General Pershing, afrer World War I. The UC drill 'ream, one of +he besl' in 'the counlry, has consisrenfly carried off firsl honors in compefilive drill reviews held be-'rween differenf colleges. ROW I-Kimball, A, Fenske, J, Wellenrefier, F Bauer, D ROW san, G A, Turner, R A, Hardy, J L 2- Brow 0 sealfd lplacl One of lhe highlighfs of +he l950-5l UC social season was fhe early spring Mili+ary Ball sponsored by lrhe Cincinno+i chopler of 'rhe men's nolional mili+ary honor sociefy, Scobbard and Blade, af which +ime 'rhe Honorary Coder Colonel was pre- senfed lo lhe campus. Members of 'rhis highly re- garded honorciry ore selecled on lhe basis of ou+- slanding service and abili+y displayed in Yhe Uni- versi+y's ROTC program. ne, W, Ehrnschwender, P, Pogue, .I 8, Mayhall, D ROW 3-Worr pq. L2 sv ROW 3-Dolmon C, Wairs, C Defchmendy, F, Pearce S, Krum arnold air S02 o Arnold Air Sociely-An honor sociefy for fhe purpose of fur+hering in+eres+s in 'rhe Air Force in colleges, was esfablished in l948 a+ U.C. and now has 65 acrive chapfers all over fhe counfry, wiih i+s Naiional Headquarlers loca+ed on our own U.C. campus. The Men's Senofe presenred if wifh ifs award las+ spring as fhe mosf oursranding men's organizofion. ROW I-Mann J Pilar, D, Telford, C, Pan, J ROW Z-Cassidy, W 2-Bencher, W, Heather, R., Perkins, D, Lorch, D, Sunnenberg, J ROW I-Lounseberry, J, Turner, R, Goelz, R, Snyder, J, Wolfe, E. RO mel, P, Miichell, P o rifle club The UC Rifle Club is comprised of bolh sexes. H affords freshman, and rhose who are ineligible for varsify comperifion, fo fire in shoulder 'lo shoulder compefifion. The Club is enfered in +he Soulh Wes+ern Ohio Rifle League, ond i'r is here fhaf rhe boys and girls confinually shine. M Sgr. C., Lyon, W., Solyers, T, Connelly, R., Hodapp, R. 3' ve o guidon 361 'Y' ROW I-Perry, B, McGiIIiord, J, Cecil, R, Engelke, E, Grace, L, Birn M. ROW 2-White, C., Brown, C., Harper, H,, Richardson, G,, Goerlemiller, M., Lundquisf, J, Duerr, M Adding spice and color io +he Army, Guidon marched alongside fhe milifary men al foofboll games, Their brighf iaclce+s were also +o be seen ushering a+ convocafions. The group's purpose is 'lo promo+e cifizenship and a sense of duly +o our couniry. Sophomore women are chosen on 'rhe basis of characfer, ac'rivi'I'ies, and scholarship. Incoming members are fraclifionally presenred of +he Spring Milifary Ball. Page 249 1 A , g., .J A" ,L--A fad I Page 250 ,' J -v 3 C: Q .. N Q ' -aww- Rum.- sa N' - Rf i 1 if '-x. 4 -1 ,fir-' K religious Db ff? Lipperl, R, S 9 B Davis, N,, Sp g I M., Donahue, J. Q reli ious emphasis week Fx The enfhusiasiic parficipafion in 'lhe Religious Em- phasis Week programs was fruly a sign of 'lhe deplh of +he siudenfs of UC. The S+uden+ Religious Council, headed by Margare+ Green, presenied many inspiring programs which helped +o clear up misundersiandings and 'ro draw 'logelher +he members of differeni' re- 312- , x ligious failhs. Sfudenfs, facully, and guesl' speakers ill! 'wil Page 252 fook porf in +he program which lasled from Sunday, Ocfober 22nd fhrough Thursday, Oclober 26+h. Sorori- 1 lies and fra+erni+ies as well as dorms and olher organ- izafions heard speakers who joined wi+h 'lhem in bull- sessions on currenr religious problems. as X K X., 4- '.Q Ne f f 1-SN ,.,,, .- .119 , N.-nw .N N, ,P . ' SQ: . .,. SN-- Jw-' Q Q N it --' - W-. ' -Y '- ,- J 233435 zu MID CENTURY K. ,wb , jg. . . - 3 A yy . ' ' .-4' ' ,gif- ., Y Q,-.,.!-, if v..: Q, ,ji-3. . -' Q .. ga: Q Q . ROW lfOrace, L Cecil, R, Kroeger,l ROW 2-Taylor, C., Paollno, S, Schiller I., Derbes, M. ROW 3-Renn, N, Harper H, Guriahr, A, Davis, N ROW 4-Feiler, J, Tucker, M, Niederhelrnan, J, university y w c a o This year The Y.W.C.A. opened i+s annual round of ac+ivi+ies and services wilh 'The Freshman Camp which acquainled fhe incom- ing freshmen wilh campus aclivilies, sfudenl leaders, and facully odminislralors. Throughoul' The year, ofher "Red LeH'er Days" in- cluded 'rhe Apple Polishing Luncheon, Thanksgiving Service, Yule Log Service, and Marriage series. Under +he supervision of Mrs. Lynn GoHshall, 'rhe able new execulive secrefary, group meelings and Friday Chapel Services were held weekly. The "Y" Nafional Assem- bly look place Dec. 27 rhrough Jan. 2 a+ Oxford, Ohio. This conven- +ion, which was aflended by five delegales from U.C., formulaled Y.M. and Y.W. policies for 'lhe nexi four years. Page 254 presidenl-rulh cecil vice presidenf-brenl' ingle secrefary-pal' cleveland lreasurer-lila grace presideni-jim hopewell vice-presidenf-bill smari' secreiary-iohn o'brien o university y m I3 a The Universify YMCA is +he largesi volun+ary men's organiza+ion on campus. Sfudenl officers, ihe cabinel, and commillees composed of s+uden+s and faculiy members from all colleges of 'the Universi+y plan and direcf a wide and varied program for "Y" members. This year +he program included Friday nighf square dances, fhe fradi- lional Yule log service a+ Chrisfmasiime, ihe Marriage and Family series, and fhe Freshman Camp which aids in acquainiing new slu- denls wiih college life in general and UC life in parlicular. And lhis year, as always, fhe eniire program was filled wi+h +he wonderful spirif of fun and fellowship fha? malces 'lhe Y building such a pleasan+ place. ROW I-Smorf, B, Hopewell, J, O'Brien,J ROW 2-Terwilliger, R, Sfockfon, E, Brill, R, Bernsrein, J ROW 3- Wrighf, D, Seffle, K., D'Amico, T. . ,, fi . , 1 lf' fix ..,,,,, x J -Qin-nf , Nj:-ff i 6, . V , ai" s, ..... E31 .1 ,. Qt-.,.Q,:ze.s . - wwf lillian johnson "Dean of Women" is fhe official fille of 'rhe friendly, ener- gelic Lillian M. Johnson. Her dulies range from assisfing in 'lhe adminisfrafion of sludenl governmenf 'ro over-all responsibili+y for +he personnel services of universiry women. Bul from 'lhe mosl' bewildered freshman 'ro ihe sophisficaled senior, Dean Johnson sfands as o ready counselor and a very real friend. As 'rhe mofivaling force behind such organizalion as scholarship seleclion comrnifiees, she has been able 'io enlarge her con- 'racfs wifh fhe sfudenis and +o succeed in her sincere and earn- esi eFfor+ 'lo know each siudenl personally. Her abilily +o solve readily +he quesfions confron+ing her keeps +he Dean's OFfice in The Women's Building one of fhe busiesf spofs on campus. grace brown Page 22 0 dean of women as Jrdsx 'E' L. 1" -. Paq e 255 WWF. :rf- ' "" fwfr?-f "1 N, z iw. . wx AXUQ1 X + Mr" xx 'gb' 4---4' ROW l-Radenheirner, P, Lipperf, R, W ildermufh, R, Smifh, M, Yauss, W ROW 2-Goerfemoeller, M, Lihner, A, Ehrharl, H, Hammond, M, Tirnperrnun, E, Cooke, A., Robineff, D. ROW 3-Ryan, J, Klein, R, S! Kreamelmeyer, J,, Glandorf, F, Donxe R. o n wman club presidenl-roberl hallbach vice-presidenl-mary jo formes secrefary-mary lou faphorn lreasurer-iaclc Schaefer The Newman Club is a Calholic organizaiion which has foslered +he spirilual, cul+ural, and social needs of Calholic sfudenls on campus since I924. On 'fhe spirilual side, is fhe group Mass and Communion each monfh, as well as Lenlen lecfures, and councils under 'rhe guiding hand of fhe Club's chaplain, Fafher William Franer. The Newmanweal is 'rhe main publicalion of lhe group and informs all members of 'lhe ln+ramural spor+s resulls, of volleyball, baslrefball, and baseball leams, and of lhe formals, Mardi Gras Dance, and New Year's Eve Parly. Newmaniles galher socially each Friday nighl' al' The house lo dance, chal, and have fun. alle, J,, Bosse, J, Boneau, V., Shea, D, Ausling, J ROW 4-MacVeigh, R, Palchak, R, Goerfemiller, M, Halloran, R, ROW 5-McGarry, R, Kulle, I, Kulle, R, Enderle, J, Buchanan, R, McAndrews, J,, Larnmerl, R, H Q w:-v A W.-f ,,. f' ty px sc ,.i, , T. Page 257 llillel 0 I Y ,4- ROW l-Rinsky, G Bolssenbom, F, Brickner, B, Hecht M, Eronslein, H., Diamanl, S,, Schindler, A., Ronsheim, M., Wigser, O. ROW 2-Eclxsfein, J., Friedman, Lev ne M Ronshaim B Sirnlrin, S, Eckman, T, Eckrnan, L Rarnmelsberg, C, Wolf, S, Perry, E ROW 3-Berman, M, Cohen. J, Krumbeiny GW Rube,-isfeini BH Be f-nan E Michaeison l Gidney, V, While l, Miller, D Pushkin, B ROW 4--Sfrauss, M., Berman, C., Dennis, R., Vigran, A., Yeager, N., Bershadsky, I., Friedman, Appel J Kirschner, M Seaman M ROW 5-Cohen S, Toby, J, Wifzer, C, Lancelf, E, Kleinman, J, Canfor, J, Seaman, N, Busch, S., Gould, B., Schaen, S. ROW 6-Cvamcran H Peck A Anfon S Lion J, Goodman R Laub, J Hachen, H, Jacobs, L, Funk, S presideni-herb bronslein vice-presidenl-shirley diamanl secrelary-louise dine lreasurer-mary hechl counselors-balfour briclxner, alex schindler Hillel slarled olif a year of progress and innovalion by buying ils firsf house. Wi+h lhis as a cenlral galhering place for business and social life, 'rhe newly organized "Exec" sei up a syslem of inleresl groups planned so 'rhai each member mighl 'falce an aclive parl in lhe Hillel program. The evenis of lhe year were bolh varied and highly successful including fhe Sunday nighl dinners followed by a culfural program, Friday evening services, 'rhe Chanukah aifair wilh skils presenled by frafernilies and sororilies, +l1e Hillel "Hospi+al," aclive parlicipalion in REW, wi+h lrhe Hillel weekend al Camp Livingslon and lhe unforgellable climax of a wonderful year. Page 258 o gamma delta presidenf-john purcly vice presidenf-roberf kamp secrefary-lois moellering lreasurer-morguerefle funclx Gamma Delia, a religious group sponsored by +he Lu+heron Church +o promofe Lufheran fellowship among college sluclenls, was founded on our campus in l942. By discussion meelings and sfudy of fhe Bible, Gamma Delia lrains Hs members for fufure leadership and promofes fralernal relalions wifh s+uclen+s on ofher campuses. In oddi+ion, dinner meefings, rush parlies, and ini+ia+ion esfablish happy inler-group relolions. Schulze, V, ROW 2-Lylel, J, Doggelfl F, Ledinglon, J, Biclwel, R, Feliwockl C ROW 3-Dogqelf. R, Wolfgang, R L ,V I Q 3 ' K .au- .9-. Page 259 wes ey foundation o T ROW I-Cody, R, Finley, M, Mayer, P., Thraillrill, J., Dows, B. ROW Z-Kissick, R., Edwards, E., Means, B., Brumberg, A., Woodling, A., Wagner, N. ROW Parkins, D, Kope M , Chrisfoflersen, A, Delopal, D., Linkenhoker, R. ROW 4-Lawrence, T., Woodburn, A., Baier, R,, Minnich, W., Nagel, R., Prindle, R. presidenl-paul moyer vice-presidenf-marilyn Finley secrelary-rose fashiian freasurer-jim fhreilkill The Wesley Founda+ion, a religious organizalion for Me+hodis+ sludenls al' UC, has been quile aclive 'lhis year. They sponsored frequenl leclures by oufslanding men al lhe Clif+on Melhodisl' Church. ln March, Dr. Frederick Dickason, a missionary in lhe far easl' for 'lhe pas+ 20 years, addressed a special s+uden+ dinner. "Shamrock Shenanigans" was anofher added aflracfion in Their social calendar. img. zeo o music and drama IR 8067 'if- roberl lc. hamillon universit hand o The Band, like lhe Bearcals, spenl lhe summer monlhs gel- ling lheir lormalions polished up lor lhe lall games. Allhough lhe lirsl loolball game was before regislralion day, lhe band was on hand lo add color and spiril lo lhe evenl. When lhe 'Cals iaurneyed lo Lexinglon and lo Kalamazoo, lhe band was righl wilh lhem. A brealhless momenl al lhe Thanksgiving game was supplied by lhe presenlalion ol lhe Band Sponsor. Thirleen sororilies had lheir hopes pinned on winning lhe coveled honor, and lhe Chi Omegas wenl wild wilh joy when lheir lair-haired girl, perl Pally Wilson, popped from lhe gianl TV sel. From loolball, lhe Band marched on inlo lhe baslcelball season, and in April presenled a Spring Concerl. One lasl fling-lhe Daylon Spring Game-capped lhe year. Page 262 5 J, fwgwi - A ,W , I 4 . . x '- pi XR pris garrison R f QQ 1.1 iohn buH'elwer'rh pczf wilson X J JN I Page 263 -, - M CZ 1 F' Qi glee club o vu 'fifai5 'nn willis becke++ Pq 264 I 3 ATED-Bayles, M , Young, L, Lancasler, K, Lundberg, B, Steele, P STANDI NG-Johnson, R, Inglis, D, Wildey, R, Grinninqer, L, Geisler, J, Warner, R ref The UC Glee Club, boasfing of a membership of +wo-hundred, iusf couldn'f gel away from fheir music. Affer lheir frequeni concerfs for Cincinnafi convenrions, fhey had wha+ lhey fermed "prayer" meelings up ar Ed's. A+ fhose meerings lhey had fun, drank beer, and sang slill more. Ofher social evenfs included a square dance and donul' parlies af+er rehearsals during secrion change. Twice a week These warblers rrudged down io Wilson for pracfice under Willis W. Beclzefl, direcfor. -.,.i,.,sSg , 1 .5 dean of men o I ' hifi SQ X,?6 , ' V Z vo., X', 5 c ,f ' ff I ! ,q4s5..p-Q-fsL--f- roberf bishop One ol the busiesl men on campus is our Dean of Men, Dr. Robe-rl W. Bishop. His day is filled wilh lhe meelings of lhe varied organizalions which he heads in coniunclion wilh fhe Dean of Women-Social and Orienlalion Boards, Infer- Fralernify and Sludenf Councils, and olhers connec'l'ed wifh fhe group life of siudenls and 'rhe sludenl governmenl plan. He also serves as na+ional secrelary of ODK, 'rhe leading men's honorary on college campuses. Yel in spile of fhis busy schedule, every sludenf is welcome in his ollice and made lo feel or home. This combinalion of super-eliliciency and warm friendliness is 0 rare one, bul' UC has found il in Dean Roberr Bishop. . william alderman Page 23 P kappa kappa psi o The UC men's band honorary, Kap- pa Kappa Psi, alfhough rarher new fo 'rhe Universiry campus, has accom- plished much in rhe way of acriviries and social evenrs rhis pasl' school year. Various holiday parries and welcomings for orher universify bands were held during 'rhe year and rhen, as a climax ro rhe I950-5I season, 'rhe ye-ar's oursranding Freshman bandsman was selecred and presenr- ed wilh fhe K. K. Psi annual award, ROW I-Donnelly, J Esslinger, D, Nelson A Briggs R ROW 2-Merrill D, Armsirang, J, Harper R, Hamilton, R ROW 3-Holmes D , Kevdel W, Llnebaclr J, Challinor, D ROW 4- Schrerloh R Eiseri E Morris R Pofh C, Page 266 SEATED-Paolino, S., Sander, B, Robbins, M, Garrison, P. ROW I- o tau beta si ma The band femmes have been very acrive rhis year. Fellow musicians claim fhey have added zesr +o rhe organizarion wi'rh +heir delicious refreshmen+s ar 'rhose long prac- 'rices and cold games. Tau Bera Sigma acred as hosfess af +he local high school band conference lasr spring. They ioined wirh Kappa Kappa Psi for various social aFfairs such as ska+ing par+y and hayride. 1 Sounds like an equal mixrure of work and play. N i re s, . ROW Z-Denham, , , I er, HM ff Y-'T ' .3 L..- 19" -sd fi wi -B Q-fr presidenl-john rose 1 ' A - secrefary-lean flaig QST5 X, ROW I-Flaig, J, Schwindi, R, Hyrnes, J ROW Z-Merfen, D, Kuresman, A, Rulledge, F, Holslein, M ROW 3iKre-sz, D., Shriner, P. theta alpha phi o Thefa Alpha Phi, nafional honorary for ouisfanding men and women in 'rhe field of drama, was founded in I9I9. A1 presenf, fhere are fif+y-live acfive chaplers in 'fhe Uni+ed Sfa+es. The Universify of Cincinnafi chapfer was under fhe leadership of John Rose, presidenfg Jeanne Flaig, secreiaryg Jack Kuresman, freasurerg and .lean Wilson, hisforian. Included as one of +he annual proiecfs was a S50 scholar- ship which was given fo the freshman s+uden+ who had clone ihe mosf ::u+sfanding worlc in +he UC Theafrical Group, and +he planning and :rin+ing of 'lhe programs for fhe +hree major Mummers producfions. l lreasurer-iaclc lcuresma n Page 267 .1 4r'! "ii l -4,4-ni' ROW I-Floig, J , Schramml A. Rose J ROW Z-Phelps, M , Wilson, J. Danner, R , Ruiledge, P ROW 3-Kuresman, A., K D S h dl R H W re-ss 1 win . , arpery mummers uild o A small group of s+uden+s, acfing as fhe nucleus for fhe wide- spread, popular dramafics organiza+ion, makes up fhe Mummers Board. The program of aclivilies which filled Hs schedule for +his year, ranged from par+icipa+ion Through leading and subordinafe roles in 'rhe Mummers produclions lo The planning and direcfion of experimenlal plays of small casfs. The l95O-5l arena fype perfor- mances presen+ed +o invi+a+ional audiences were "An+igone" and "The Alchemist" successful experimenial producfions. By sponsoring a Drama Convocafion for high school sfudenis of 'lhe surrounding area, 'rhe Board hoped +o encourage conlinued inleresf in fhealre ac+ivi+y. Paul Rulledge, as fhe Universi+y direcfor of dramafics, aids The sludeni Board in heading ihe Mummers organizaalion. Page 263 presiden+-roberl schwindf vice presidenl-jeanne flaig secrefary-ianef hynes Bus. Mgr.-Marlin Holsfein, David Merlen and i-fi QI Li 1. -4 x'Q, , X A 1 W! jr he O Ill llIlllll0l'S Besides 'Phe +hree major productions, Mummers pref senfed fwo arena-s+yle plays, "The Mysfery af +he Olc- For+" for 'rhe Children's Thea'rre, a nighi' of one acf plays: and held an all-day Drama convocafion for high schoo sensors. si T Q S Q I -1, ik .f x vw hu SV ,N-Wilzm, . 5 i., vu , :rl yii - f iw 'x ij - - 511. mx . x i :,-Q' F 1 --: R 3, 5 X9 . gg, gs 2' wx? 5 1: 1- X x s' fl X ,Q l 11 o publications J , PROGRESS CHQRT 5 1 k iilllll J A A Q41 1 EXT 0 Jw . i 5,4 i. X SEATED-Dingley S, DeCarnp, J, Kroeger, I, Zarlman, B, Sharrock. R STANDING- Cbrrenlf W Goodman S, Eizl-er? C Kohn, S, Schwindl, R lloarcl of publications o The Powers-fhal-Be of +he UC iournalis+ic scene can be found allending lhe monlhly meefings of lhe Board of Publicalions. Serving as 'rhe governing body for all sluclenf publicalions, The membership of +he Board includes lhe edilors and business managers of lhe Cincin- nalian, News Record, Profile, and Sfuclenl Direcloryg lhe Presidenl and one olher represenlafive of Sludenf Council: and facully ad- visers. Defermining policies for all of lhe publicalions is an imporlanl aspecl' of lhe Boarcl's dulies, which also include selecfing lhe edilors and business managers each year from a group of qualified peli- +ioners. The smoolh funclioning of 'rhe publicalions can be creclifed +o lhis capable group. Page 274 XXX presidenf-se+h dingley vice presiclenf-marfy rauh secrefary-iane+ hynes 'lreasurer-michael cunningham o pi delta epsilon Amaleur and professional wrifers alike were glad +o hear ihal' fhe Universi+y of Cincinnafi chapler of Pi Della Epsilon was re-ac+i- valed lasl year. The nalional officers of lhis iournalism honorary sociely were presenfecl when fhe ceremony marking 'fhe opening meeling of +he new chapfer fool: place. The sociely seeks 'lo fosfer inleresf in +he liierary field. Members are chosen on inleresl' and abili+y in fhe iournalisiic field. Highlighiing 'the year was fhe pub- licafion banquel' held in spring. A+ fhis lime lceys were presenled 'fo reward lop liferary achievemenls. SEATED-Cunningham, D, Rauh, M., Dingley, S, ROW I-Hausman, R., Applequisf, H, Bonem, F., Share, F, ROW Z- Drake, J., Costello, J, Clemenls, W. ..- IQVQ H'- fi , I 4 'L A T ... ,. Q 1 : w,1a I " i7"W'fi . .4fi S V 5 img .Wi q Q QQ ' Lg Q ipigx Tvfww xx .xmggis wx f::vRWNKX1Rxv,XX4x,X . A, i E . . .. .Q 5 M CQQX 2 - ,vxfw ,GSX . un v '35, ' TW. 1 Page 24 vw 1 -. . -wx ME. .,,,.. , ' .5 Ax, if ist. , ' Y H' ' Uwvkv , " x . Q ll Jw. 5 3 Q , no rw ROV! If-Miller, B Drake J Clfvela P Brill R Gr L R +1 x., 4 na, , , , ace, OW Z-Benjamin, P, Geier, T., Evans, J, Share, F, McGralh, W, Poundslone, G ROW 3-Childs, E. Mueher, M Cochran J, Kuhlman R, Latimer, N, Davis, J, Bauer, J. ROW 4-Simmons, N, R L B d ander 1 Parry N Tucker, M, Langsfreel, B, Schaelwer, M, Fischer, R, Arnold, R ffincinnatian a Conlrary lo all available evidence, +he happy people crowded in 'rhe Cincinnalian office acfually do worlr. The plan for fhe book ilself was sel' up before Seplember. The s+aFFs lcepl close lo +hose dreaded deadlines, in spife of lerm papers and exams. Piclures were scheduled, assignmenls yan, , o enslein, H, Taylor, L, Taylor, C, Dykes, E ROW 5-Mail made, and budgels almosl' balanced. Al lasl' lhe final dead- line came-all lhe hours of worlr and worry were forgollen. A feeling of pride fills everyone from edilor lo pencil pushers, as +he '5l annual rolls oFF 'lhe presses. Y -XA Q lgkl? Q.. cincinnatian staff o edifor william clemenrs associare edifors iaclc clralce, iean fuggi'H, eunice engellce arl' edifors ron brill, bobbie miller slaff-r. iacobson, i. mefzger, c. lrling, p. callison, n. bailey, cecil, +. conboy, a. cracker, a. flinlc, lwoclrenberry, n. lewfer, n. ludwig, I. mccar-H, savery, l. walker, l. wesferman, n. yeager. copy edifors lilo grace, eunice engellce s+aFF-c. faylor, d. cl1enowe+l1, i. weiner, frye, johanig- man, sunnenberg, clugan, c. gerwer, b. sfillposs, e. dylcer, n. simmons, m. luclcer, r. adolpli, g. boneau, m. ufrechf, c. lxoesler, g. barker. pl1o+ograpl'1y edilor c. evans s'laFf-li. sclware, b. arnolcl, davis, mailander, r. lculwl- man, m. mueller. senior eclifor pal cleveland s+aFf-p. beniamin, l1. bodensfein, n. cadman, ernsl, m. lwibarger, r. fisher, g. mcclure, m. shoelwer, .b sproull, n. coleman, bare, l. ryan, i. scl1iller, s. wallon. sporis edifors bill mcgrallw, paul nelson sfafi-m. walsh, b. longsfreel, s+rumpf, grafe, b. rau, b. aclclis. inclex edi'I'or grace pounclsfone slaff-m. walsh, m. mara, l. ryan procluclion manager lee eberle cor'roonis+ bobbie miller business manager roberl' sclnwinclr ass"f. business manager 'led geier, al sfreifman slafi--r. mifchell, c. corry, l. lynn, d. coughlin. aclver+ising manager ralph Tierney s'raf'F-m.kirscl1ner, appel, l. geier, w. rye, 1. wooclworflw, +. clwapman, c. gall. I NY .., 1, 3" . S W . .Aug l 1" X .4 Ni' -Q i . bill clemenfs . . . edilor bob scl'rwincl+ . . . bus. mgr. iid: 9 0' -Iv 1 was 'Ny N. .fv- - fs"-Q xg! Q x X952 X 5- ,-Q New wks. ssgs. s Q was iss' .R I, if Q 2 i ' ' . .i l iss' 1'X, IIBIVS ediior-in-chief managing edifor associafe ediior news ediior assisiani new ediior rewrile ediior record o se+h c. dingley, ir. 'fhomas r. ballce marfy rauh herberf bronslein ella campbell iohn o'brien news s+aFf-beverly slillpass, ailleen berhrend+, eileen weiner, blanche worden, debra Zoe miller, marion berman, carolyn berman, marsha slebinal, eve++e dykes, ianel' eclcs+ein, vivian gidney, jeanne bosse, harriei harper, ianef hun+, mariorie ufrechf. ediforial edifor virginia lang columnis+s-louis low, shirley mo++er, lrennefh +hompson, david worih, sigmund rosenblaH. carfoonisis-flach douglas, +om bradriclc, iaclc gunder- man, ron brill. exchange ediior iean monce copy desk ediior sian goodman proof s+aFF-grace pounds+one, ron goodfellow, elizabe+h mar+z, allen fravis, glen border, rifa lcuhlman. spori ediiors bill mcgrafh, lack molloy social ediiors mariorie fox, margarel' duffy social sfalif-beHy diekmann, mary maddox, lloyd piclcer- ing, helena rich, pai robers, doroihy sewell. fealure ediior carol faylor phoiography edifor fischel share iypisfs-evelyn lang, carolyn bollcsladf, iane niederhel- TTIOI1, ITIOFY malas. business manager philip ray campbell adverfising manager assisfani business manager circulaiion manager secrefary financial advisor fechnicol advisor iane+ hynes doris gesselbrachl marion schoelwer shirley lange raleigh sharroclc henry segal seih dingley, edilor 81 ray campbell, bus. mgr. 17 is ,S X ,. , S 1 ss Q 610 kv if C7 133' Q- 0 sr lfff' ROW I-Geselbrachl, D, Campbell, E, Rauh, M, McGraVh, W, Lang, V, Fox, M, Schoelver, M ROW Z-Poundsfone G, Sewell, D, Cohen, S, Eclwslein J, Hughes, J, Behrendl, A, Dykes, E ROW 3--Harper, H, Miller, D, Shllpass B, Weiner, I, Ufrechf, M, Barker, G., Bossa, 1, Malas, M ROW 4-Share, F, Reardon, T, Lange, S., Dieckmann, B, Reinhard, L, Kuhlmon R Flavin, C Wilson 1 Midsf +he long dark passages 'nealh Sludenf Union, nes?- ling in fhe comforf of Rooms I03-4-5 lies 'fhe oFFicial organ of s+udenf life- fhe home of 'rhe Cincinnafi News Record. Published weekly, solely by and For fhe s+uden+s a+ UC, +he News Record is suppor+ecl almosf en+irely by i+s percen+age of fhe sfudenl ac+ivi'I'y fee, and parlly by adverfising. ll has o news record staff ihe highesl Universiiy circulaiion in 'fhe s'fa+e of Ohio, and was eslablished almosl filly years ago, in I902. Many of Hs wrifers are in Pi Della Epsilon, Nalional Journalism Honor Frafernily, and many more compele in Naiional Journalislic conlesfs. The besl wrifing of all, however, is seen when 'rhe headlines read "Vaca'rion Sfarfs-". co-op en 'ineeiro Among 'rhe fopfligh+ sludenl publicalions 'lhe Co-operafive Engineer is a sfancloul a+ +he Uni- versily of of Cincinnali. Wrillen, edifed and pro- duced by fhe engineers fhemselves, if is read by lhe enlire campus even lhough i+ is principally con- cerned wilh 'rhe engineering college. This year fhe slaff was headed by edifor-in-chief, Michael Cun- ningham, who unanimously deserves praise for his fine leadership. Included in lhe feafures of 'lhis magazine are arficles fully illusfraled aboul' 'lhe new research developmen+s in science 'rhaf are cons+an'r- ly going on. Oiher sideligh+s of 'lhe Co-op Engineer are Hs inierviews wifh various members of 'fhe en- gineering facully, and ils news abouf organizalions and honorary sociefies. lnvaluable informalion is oHen given on 'rhe large research and business con- cerns +hroughou+ +he nafion. On Hs way up fo rank wifh +he besf rises +he Co-operalive Engineer al- ways searching for new ideas and hidden 'falenls among il's workers. W I G gha W2 e M Coburn, R., Moore, D, Hornan, F., Sewell, D, ROW 3-Springer, W., I D 1 f H H J., Phillips, R, Y' profile o Pulifzer Prize judges fake no're! Fufure winners are beaiing fhe proverbial paih 'fo your door via 'lhe liHle office a+ ihe end of Publicalions Row which houses fhe UC Profile. Published four +imes yearly, fhe Profile serves as an oufle+ for +he +alen+s of 'lhe more li'l'erary and creaiive elemenfs on campus. To 'lhe +une of a clacking +ypewri+er and ihe copy-reoder's slashing pencil 'rhe edilor and s+aFf work long hours making each issue ihe bes+ ever. The Table of Conienis usually lisis several shori sfories and poems, ariicles on fopics of cam- pus and communily in+eres+, a "profile of an ou+- sfanding s'luden+, and an occasional humor seclion. UC arfisfs are invifed lo display fheir skill in +he designing of fhe cover, which is usually seasonal in +heme. To Websfer a profile may be a "dis+inc+ive ou'lline," buf io UC i'l's "pre'H'y swell reading." - in-,ar .4 u-' Q, ROW I-Lewis, R, Kahn, S, Casfelberrv, J ROW 2-Sewell, D, Macke M Fischer, R, Dykes E .71 3, . QL, gy, .qgsz - f""' i 55 if 'aw ' l f 1- D ,.,, , U i 4 a f . "L 1 --:""4' I .., Page 28l K 3, 2 ROW l-Huslwoll J Poundfone G Dsef' M ROW 3--Fawn C Gen H James J Thomas Ek f C K g I W er, B., Kuhlman, R. ROW 2-Smufh, C, Of-lara, B, Mara, M, Ryan, L,, Gufqahr, A., Burdsall, S., elm C Boike M Moeller, L, Kiefer, M, Knrsfeln, A., Kash, L ROW 4-Aufdermarsh, C., Taylor, R, Tupman, J., Kohr, R., Hosey, A., student director Q i ,J S Page 282 All fhe way from Abboff, Douglas K. 'lo Zwosfer, Pafricia A., wifh some 6,500 names cram- med in befween, goes fhe Universify's official liffle black land redl book, fhe l950-5l Sfudenf Direc- fory. Wifh headquarfers in IOO-B, fhe liHle room fucked away in befween fhe Union's wesf wall and fhe Cincinnafian ofifice, fhe Direcfory's sfaFF, under fhe leadership of lrmgard Kroeger, has been busily arranging and edifing fhe names of all fhe Univer- sify's regular day sfudenfs in alphabefical order iusf abouf every day from mid-Sepfember unfil mid- December. An early aufumn cover confesf was held for aspiring Norman Roclcwells wifh fhe prize- winning cover used on fhis year's edifion of fhe Direcfory. Then, iusf before fhe Xmas holidays. copies of fhe finally complefed Direcfory were doled ouf fo fhe eagerly-waifing lines of undergrads. gg h wfwx A V SLEAEQ2 ' ' : , A if ,. x X. A, iidif .. , ,...,4Qxw . i O -uw' 3 .YL ' M' ..,.,. , w 1,70 ix 9f"- ki Ns rv 'vn- wv , 4 A Ax I ill V ' ,f al .xx 'iN..,,,X,., X N wk HQ M. Ak .qxx 'w Page 283 Sun howl . . . ll. i. t. . . fl'QSlllllEll . , 1 . , I 1 in .ia notllall and basketball . . . :Ivete o student government A K 5555 N J 0- 'N . 0 F' 1: y qsigfki . , .' V: A16 jf' - 5 , 0 1 A gh .1 fsRf:5q ' 6 ' .pf-ww, 's 'Y I .wfxiug .- . -,fx-.' 'X s ,' kr- .Yvf - w.4+uQw-. .'k2f1vfffH fgfiix' ' Q' 'SESS 4 5" -rz:A: 3g1x?'w Q' ix Ng Q- f Q- 'f Qlkx "' "' '-, A.K0x 'wxgx I 4 m - L .ALR ' Q aoaaf' 5 X' 1 1 Page 25 football Q The persislanl' efforls of school oliiicials and alumni 'lo pul 'lhe Universily of Cincinnali afhlelic program on par wifh fhe besl in +he counlry were eviden+ again during 'rhe highly successful I950 grid season. Head Coach Sid Gillman, in his second year af UC, did an excellenl job of direcling fhe foolball forlunes of +he Bearcals. An eleven game schedule produced eighl' viclories and lhree se'I'- baclcs. The posl'-season Sun Bowl lnvilafional classic was losl by +he narrowesf of margins, one poinl. Coach Gillman's sl'aFf of capable assisfanls in- cluded George Blaclcburn, as baclcfield coach, Joe Madro, line coach, and Paul Dielzel, who direcled 'rhe defensive line's eFForls wi+h +he help of Bob Fenlon. Bill Schwarberg and .lack Faulkner indoc- +rina+ed +he freshman squad wilh lhe Gillmanized sys+em of play. To all of 'lhese men goes a greal' deal of credil for lhe fine spiril, clean play and skill afield 'rhal' lhe l950 'Cars exhibiled. d JkFlk BllSh b REARPIDfIBbFI G Blckburn The l95O foolball season will be remembered for many reasons, one of which was 'rhe inspiring leadership displayed by 'ream caplain Pele S+. Clair. On numerous occasions jersey number 43, backed by over 'rwo hundred and fwenly pounds of muscle, cleverly halled lhe enemy offensive lhrusls. The Team ifself indicaled +o all lhal lhey were as greal a group as even 'rhe mosl oplimislic UC suppor+er mighl have expecled. ROW I-Slroflon, B, Slaulberg, J Jansen D Gibson G Sfayman an me or ac r: ana n o' Brill, D ROW 2-Scolly Kolp, Trainer, Sample, G, M.,Cloin, B, Hun erner f enzle av o cone 5 av n orn on G c-1 linger, J, Anlhony, F, Rossi, O Haslingef, L ROW 3fTheisen P Y lan P Blum n insk earmw Us r Lon Slephenson, T, Jarvis, J, Campbell, J, Sfarkey, L ROW 4-Shaloglcy B Sc nurron erap rarnmer a er s 0 un in ar D, Kane, B Mckeever T McKeeve-r, D, Miller J Delaney J MlSSlNG Jrn l-los TS ue l9 -texas western 7 Over fif+een 'rhousand specfalors fhrilled 'ro fhe brillianf offensive plays of +he 'Ca+s, spearheaded by lhe aerial fireworks of Gene Rossi and Will Hundemer, as 'ihe I950 season opened on a mosl' op+imis+ic vein. The scoring parade was led by Jim Kelly, who hi+ pay-dirf fwice, while lhe Miners ohfense was s+opped cold. ue 32 - lmrdin-sinnnons 0 The Lone Slar Cowboys lcnoclced a liH'le slarch oul' of Mic and Mac's men as +hey nofched seven easy poin+s wifh bu+ fhree minu+es gone in 'fhe con- +es+. Coach Paul Die+zel's renowned Chinese Ban- di+s came 'ro 'lhe rescue and held 'rhe invaders while lhe offensive plaroon pounded ouf a +rio of T.D.'s fo win fhe game. uc I4-w 8 m 20 The lndians wiped ou? lhe 'Cafs' early lead of one TD wifh 'iwo successive fallys. UC bounced back in 'lhe closing minufes of 'rhe firsl half on Bob S+ra+- 'ron's run +o make H' I4-l3. This slim margin was bravely mainiained uniil 'rhe lasf sfanza when an ill-faier Bearcal pass led 'ro an lniun score and +he ball game. Ill' 28 - louisville 20 The gridsfers refurned fo Nipper+ S+adium and ran info an underrafed Cardinal ou+fi+ which came close +o lugging home a beafen 'Calslcin. Lax firsi half play saw Gillman's men on fhe shor+ end of a I4-7 score. Then 'rhe +eam came 'ro life wi+h +hree 'louchdowns coming in quick succession +o provide +he winning punch. AQ!- WXIY ,-,IA N, J P f , If' v , -gf ff .Fl Q ,I 3, ,s. IW, .LN xxfag, 'I 'fniiwl iw.-fn il' , v ' A , c ' iii?-sf-'V 1 dv 1 l fl' . '34,-"' ff-lil' .-,--' If kia KNEELING-Brill, M., Gulzweiler, J, Codmcn, N., Moeslo, J, Boker, B STANDING-Koehler, F,, Lo Com:-ro, F., Pufmun, T., Neely, H,, Frledlander, J. clleerleaders o Through sun and snow, 'rhe Red and Block cheerlecd- fans. The all-imporlanl' 'rask of igniling l'he spark of UC's ers followed 'rhe Cincy olhleleslo lhe games lo inspire 'lhe spiril us if was mosl needed was more 'rhan fulfilled. -4' N xi llb l gf x Vx .3 . I I Vx .af-"::---N--' ,, N. ' 6: -K 1 I Q l' 1' .E- VA. 4 '- - 1, mi V' K 1' VL! x.,4 X '.'i,J ' ix xxx' X1 " 1 -- A , - ? .1 ,'.nv,g,, . 'Avi' ff, ,A Jn!! -, gf - -, 4, -H I , .arm xi, 'QXIHVTZTJ 1, Ug,.4"s- iii' ll-1 , ,f nlgl .,. -,,1h I RK 5191" ,."d,1:1..J2'1 jg, 'fd' -l'g:lf1.:""". X I HJ ..' mx' ,- ' l e - .ff-'ki-'Lf' 'fel fI"'3' ll ..- :V ll 'l " I Q l A K l ?..'vXi24,.-4' " 'HW' uc 7-uk 41 As 'rhe powerful Wildcals defeafed an ouf- played, bu+ no+ ouifoughl Bearcaf squad, over eighf 'lhousand loyal Cincinnali booslers sfill feli proud. These devoul' migrafers wilnessed +he as- founding play of 'lhe firsf half in which The heavily favored Keniuclcy 'ream was slunned by fhe half- 'rime 7-7 deadlock. By snoring a pass and sides+ep- ping 'rhe UK secondary, Ralph Sfaub slifhered his way info paydirf 'ro accounf for fhe lone UC score. Alfhough +his was fhe firs+ TD scored againsi fhe Wildcafs, lhe boys iusi could noi siop Parelli. Page 29l ue 48- western reserve 6 Dad's Day was Ociober 2I and 'the Bearcafs really gave fheir fa+her's somefhing +o yell aboul' in a 48 ro 6 vic+ory over +he Redcals of Weslern Reserve. Long runs by Jack Delaney, Gene Gibson and Bob S+raHon, hard plunges by Don Brill and Dan McKeever, and passes by Will Hundemer and Gene Gibson +o Jim Kelly brough+ success 'lo 'lhe Bearcafs. uc 27 - western michigan 6 On Ociober 28 +he Bearcafs fraveled +0 Kala- mazoo 'fo lame +he Broncos of Wesfern Michigan 27 +o 6. This second MAC viciory for fhe Red and Black was spearheaded by 'lhe hard running of baclcs Dan Mvlleever, Jack Delaney, Gene Gibson, Bill McClain, Joe Benzinger and 'rhe accurale pass- ing of quar+erbaclc Gene Rossi. uc 23 -ohio u 0 Biffer cold and an icy clrizzly rain marred an ofherwise successful Homecoming game as fhe Bearcafs oufscored fhe Bobcafs of Ohio Universify 23 fo 0. The defensive unif sparlced by Capfain Pefe S+. Clair and fhe yeoman worlc of Ralph Sfaub, Nafe Harlan, Nick Shundich, Tom Sfephenson and Bob Kane held The Ohio boys scoreless. uclsl-cop7 Two fouchdown passes fossed by Quarferbaclc Gene Rossi backed up by fhe excepfional work furned in by fhe defensive unif broughf fhe Bear- cafs ouf from behind fo upsef 'lhe powerful Bengals of fhe College of fhe Pacific. A COP fumble re- covered by righf guard Lee Haslinger sef up Rossi's winning aerial fo Diclc Jarvis. Xi K as ' mf i fi wx K ' x ilk "' ,Q I ,X X., ' l x x ,, h ,4 flap. X 5- -e . . . i. qv ' 1' . . ' I I' ff ' ii f.-voiX,,,. , i, x l - VV., 'Q 351, - f - ' as - .e . 'I 1 ar'-q ,..... - . , . . 'Z ' ' W if 5' ,:'f'5.3:f Tim' 1.2 -'7x"-:S , -v - ,, - - ' K, 1 N' . e ,' ' - TAN.. 2 hug, jig my . ,, .1 VL if ,,, . - . . h. 1 - , ...iq Tikiixa: Te5"1143..f X n-' ' N . ,D ' i' Y' 'ft Neil? 1+-, ' Q--., ' V '- ' ' football o UC - XAVIER STATISTICS UC Xavier Firsl Downs , I6 I3 Rushing 9 7 Passing . 7 5 Penallies , , , 0 I Running Plays Allempled 44 40 Nei Yards Gained Rushing I78 I45 Ne+ Yards Gained Passing I67 I47 Passes AH'emp'I'ed I2 I6 Passes Compleled 8 7 Tofal Offense 345 292 Penallies 6 4 Yards Losl by Penalfies 50 30 Fumbles 2 4 Fumbles Los+ 0 3 Final Score 33 20 uc 33 - Xavier 20 Beal' Xavier, Beal X was Ihe campus baHle cry the week preceding 'Ihe game, and 'rhal' Ihe Bear- cals did. Wilh ligh+ning suddenness Ihe Red and Block forces sfruclc 'ro gain revenge for las? year's defeat The 'Cars scored firsf on a plunge from +he one yard sfripe by Dan McKeever. This score was followed by a second rally ser up by Tom McKee- ver's fif+y-six yard run. The Blue and While coun- 'rered wifh a TD buf il was nor even a sfarl' as Gill- man's forces gained momenlum and virfually 'Ioyed wilh Ihe previously unbealen Muslxies. The clincher came, shorll offer 'Ihe second half began, as Bob Blum's shorl lick was recovered. Gene Rossi passed Io Jim Kelly, Ihen Dick Jarvis crossed over 'Io pay- dir+. g"fi'Q73? ,o, ' guns . if -.-ig- 'gif'-arf r ' fl A I , 4 v itil' 4, 'i F -4 Q" 1 I 5 P fu- -, jwqgu . is -6 -wiv-", -'. I A fs 'al'.QfF!fliAf - Page 294 uc 0 - miami 28 Snow, wind, freezing femperafures and a de- fermined Redslcin feam combined forces fo spell defeaf for fhe UC gridmen. The enfhusiasfic cheers by fhe frozen, buf neverfheless rabid Bearcal' fans who showed up for fhe game wenf in vain as Coach Hayes' crew gained fhe upper hand. The Miami squad scored fhe second fime fhey gof fhe ball. An infercepfed pass on fhe 'Caf fiffeen sef 'rhe sfage for Jim Bailey's run for +he score. From fhof X .-,- 3 ..:: isggggf as -w F 1: 'sal-.fi s .iffy 1: TS X? , ,. I , o football UC-MIAMI STATISTICS UC Miami Firsf Downs 7 I0 Rushing 6 8 Passing 6 8 Penalfies 0 0 Running Plays Affempfed 46 48 Nei' Yards Gained Rushing IOO 2l3 Nef Yards Gained Passing 30 52 Passes Affempfed 20 I0 Passes Complefed 3 3 Tofal Offense I30 265 Penalfies 4 8 Yards Losf by Penalfies 40 47 Fumbles 5 4 Fumbles Losf 3 2 Final Score 0 28 poinf fhe local squad foughf an increasingly fruif- less baffle againsf 'rhe elemenis and a rugged 'Skin feam, which fhey were unable fo cope wifh. The offense was given a shof in fhe arm during fhe second half by 'rhe use of fhe single wing buf fhe goal line could nol' be crossed. iijNlI'r Ser. s 1 S Q1 78 ,.,, ndbij Q if S 4' Y Page 295 i J Ag '41 34.235 v gm, WG 23 , rs.. 4, A? "' gi r 50' ,N Z4 5 144: J! Q, Q'-11 'Li AL EN Coumv p 111712 111 111111 111 19"B'n"? 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Senior We-elc, in- cluding lvy Day, ihe Baccalaureaf Service and lhe climaric Prom, was +l'ie resulf of year-long planning by 'fine quar+e+, who also shouldered +l1e responsibiliiy of seleding a design for lhe class ring, and supervised flue crearion of H12 Class Poem and Hislory. Page 26 ., .xx ,l li. it N -Q1 if-an e .M ss.. N C' ' x g. -een-, ' , ' Eklgfiifvq -' J ,, - gli-Agjgv-Qrrpii V 5 o sun bowl! ue 13 -west texas 14 For 'rhe second 'Hme a Cincinnafi +eam made lhe frip 'fo EI Paso, Texas, 'ro por'licipa+e in fhe Sun ' Bowl game. A degree of mysfery surrounded 'lhe Wesl' Texas Sfafe feam who were 'lo oppose 'lhe l 'Co'rs, buf 'rhey eliminafed any queslions in fhe minds of UC followers when +hey fielded one of +he bes+ squads 'rhe Red and Black warriors 'Faced V all season. The Buffs' "Wrigh+-Cross" aH'ack was iusl' enough 'I'o edge fhe Bearca'I's. 5 i I r I 1950 freshman football o A record of lhree wins and one defeal demands com- mendalion for lhe l950 Bearkihlen squad. ln lhe season's opener againsl Ohio U. The frosh garnered enough self-confi- dence +o squeeze ou'l' a one louchdown viclory. ln lhe nexl fray, lhe 'Killens suffered a 20 lo 7 selbaclc lo Miami's yearlings. Realizing lheir polenlial, lhe 'Frosh caughl fire and gave The "greal' Universily of Kenluclcy Freshman learn" a bruising defeal. Tough Bob Dougherly ballered lhe line, Del Bene swepl 'rhe ends and Frank Ropolo passed, as a sensa- 'lional 39-20 score was posled. Added assurance of help for nexl year's varsily was obvious when lhe 'Killens laced Lou- isville in lhe season finale 27-7. ROW I-Andrecdis, Marich, Hill, Roppola, DeIBene, Zaiicekl Allen, Palmer, Prenler, Mueller, Sagle, Malz, Capuzzi ROW 2-Kidder, Pierani, Schoelvrner, Pettit, Bomas, Dougherty, Faulkner, Concilla, Cholkas, Kessler, Hirshberg, Gillooly, ROW 3-Slagle, Wilucki, Andrewiewski, Campbell, Orrison. Sfell, Barber, Jager, Pisanelli, Miller, Birlcley, Coach Schwarberg, Coach Faulkner, ROW 4-Gordon, McQuire, Horan. Frilz, Clemens, Guyof, Buel, Anlhony, Berry, Ballard, Mgr, Condil,-Mgr, Page 297 basketball o ln lhe pasl five years, John Wielhe, as UC baslrelball coach has compiled an enviable record. By winning 'lhree MAC championships and sharing +he crown wilh anolher "Soclro" has gained nafional prominence. On 'the upgrade, since playing for Wielhe, our 'Cars have become a cross- counlry courl conlender. A legendary figure in fhe Cincin- Q nafi sporls scene, Wiefhe achieved renoun al Xavier Uni- versify as a foolball and baske-'rball slar. Now wi+h his con- s'ran'r aHen+ion, John Wielhe, along wilh assislanl' Jack Laub, guide 'lhe 'ream 'fo lop-nolch performances. Being a veleran of four years as a Bearcaf cager, Laub is a nalural al lhe chief scou+ chores. A slaunch Brooklynile, Laub played in lhe guard spol where he became 'Famous for his uncanny accuracy when ser shooling. The all impor- lanl' 'lask of grooming fulure s'I'ars for 'rhe inevilable vacanl' spols is pu+ in lhe capable hands of frosh coach George Smilh. Back in '35 "SmiHy" aslounded +he Queen Cily grid fans wirh his 'raclcle finesse for rhe UC squad. Each year, experienced frosh replacemenls blend righl inlo lhe Wielhe scene enabling lhe leam 'ro amass win upon win and glory for lhe Universily. aachesc george smi+h, iaclc laub, iohn wiefhe KNEELING-Hundemer, W., Cucinofla, J., Luchi, J., Traberl, T, Frilh, R, Rain, B. STANDING-Klule, S., manager, Welmer, B., Imburgia, L., Holsfein, J., Shipley, G. Osferman, T, Melzer, G, Monk, D, Kolp, S, lrainer fl ak-a ihfv L: ' . A! Q J U UL .' A EQ L 3 .Sardar A xi """' "K r 9-Clif Page 298 basketball o Carving his way fhrough fhe defenses of all UC op- ponenfs, Capfoin "Jumpin' Joe" Luchi proved fhe spark of life fhaf spurred fhe Red and Black fo o mosf success- ful season. Six foof Luchi successfully rebounded fhe fall- esf in fhe sporf. Reliable cenfer .lim Holsfein lead fhe affack. Sophomore forward Larry lmburgia layed his pivof shofs in regularly unfil a severe knee iniury disabled him offer 'rhe Xavier confesf. A pair of speedy guards named Bobby Frifh and Tony Traberf proved fo be shrewd play-makers as fhey supporfed 'Phe excellenf re- serve showing of Gene Melzer, Don Monk and Tom Os- ferman. Rounding out fhe balanced squad were sfandbys Jerry Shipley, Bob Rain, Jim Cuccinoffo and Will Hunde- mer. i ,.,---y-v ffx'N.,s-xg, copfain joe luchi uc I22 - cedarvillo 4-1 ut' 97 - ky. woslc-yan 44 Page 299 Aller a sluggish firsl period, lhe Cliflon Avenue baskeleers found lhe ignilion and moved ahead lo surmounl Wesl Texas Slale 64-4I. Then for lheir lillh conseculive counl conquesl, lhe 'Cals, paced by cenler Jim l-lolslein, oulplayed William 81 Mary 89-60. For Chrislmas lhe Bearcals handed Coach Wielhe a big presenl, a win over lhe crosslown rivals, Xavier. Joe Luchi fanned lhe nels for 28 lallies in lhe 83-70 lriumph. lmburgia sullered a severe knee iniury, which pul him oul lor lhe re- mainder ol lhe season. ue 83 - xavier 70 Q basketball The Cincy cagers broke lhe seal on lhe hardwood season by rouling an oulclassed Cedarville quinlel ll2-44. Soph Larry Imburgia garnered 40 poinls in lhe game, selling a new school mark. Slill hol from lheir firsl encounler, lhe McMicken hoopmen were never headed as lhey loyecl wilh Kenlucky Wesleyan, winning 97-44. ln driving hard againsl Weslern Ken- lucky, lhe UC live clobbered lhe Hillloppers, lor one ol lheir worsl deleals in hislory. Conlinuing on his sen- salional scoring spree "Leapin' Larry" lmburgia again sparked lhe leam's 70-45 win. ue 88 - western reserve 51 U X - ,mxilfa Displaying whal proved lo be lalal inabilily ol lhe foul line, lhe UC hoopslers lell lo a delermined De Paul squad lor lheir lirsl deleal in seven slarls. The buckel-dumpers lrom Bearcalland bounced back from 53-52 De Paul edging lo oulclass hapless Wesl- ern Reserve 88-5l. The enlire leam saw aclion and lhe reserve crew made an inspiring impression. As lhey mauled lhe nels lor filly percenl ol lheir allempled field goals, lhe balllin' Bearcals wrole an ending lo Duquesne's nine game win slreak. Luchi drove down lhe cenler lane for his high-scoring 32 markers in lhe 86-74 maslery ol lhe "Dukes," ue 52 - de paul 53 bask ethall o PLAYER G Holsfein, c 22 Luchi, I-g 22 Frifh, g 22 Melzer, I 2I TraberI, 9 22 Imburgia, I 6 Monk, c-I 20 Rain, 9 22 Osferman, l 20 Shipley, f I4 Welmer, I' IO Hundemer, I-g 9 Cucinoffa, g 8 Baskeiball SI'a'I'is'l'ics 1950 - 51 FGA FGM FTA FTM 385 I45 I20 84 24I IO8 I23 72 247 80 96 68 I84 7l 73 33 I82 62 47 29 98 6I 34 23 9l 30 43 24 IO4 34 28 I3 87 29 33 20 54 I9 22 I3 25 6 8 5 I6 6 4 I I2 3 3 I uc 89 - w 8 m 60 TOT 374 288 228 I75 I53 I45 84 8l 78 5I I7 I3 7 AVG I7.0 I3.0 IO.3 8.3 6.9 24.I 4.2 3.6 3.9 3.6 I.7 I.4 0.8 uc 86 - duquosno 74 uc 69 - duquosno 5-4 Burning 'Ihe neI's for I9 poin+s "Jersey Jim" l'lolsI'ein con- ducied Ihe campus hoops'rer's humbling of 'rhe Piilsburgh Panlhers as Ihey rang up a 64-49 success. When +he Red and Black caplured Iheir second sIraigh+ MAC sIar+ by clefeafing Wesfern Michigan 73-65, The fans were +rea+ed 'ro a display of real Ieam syncroniza+ion. Gaining oHen+ion in leaps and bounds Ihe Wiefhemen slepped closer fo a spol' in 'rhe na+ional cage picrure as +hey snowed under Ihe Duquesne con+ingen+ 69-54. ln a high-spiriled bal'+le wifh The fradilional rival Miami, 'fhe Cincinnafi Bearcafs emerged viciorious by virlue of reliable reserves. Marked by Ihe calling of numerous fouls, Ihe hard foughl' 66-52 win exploilecl 'rhe capabilifies of subsfilufes Gene Melzer, Tom Os+erman and Bob Rain. Page 3Ol basketball o Two imporfanf charify iosses in closing seconds of fhe game clinched a homecourf vicfory for Wesf- ern Kenfucky as fhey upsef +he McMicken hoopsfers 75-70. Noficeably lacking was +he usual Bearcaf defensive spark. The 'Cafs gof back on fhe righf frack as fhey chalked up a win over Ohio Univer- sify. Cenfer Jim Holsfein scorched fhe hoop for 20 markers wifh fhe squad garnering a fofal of 80 poinfs fo fhe Bobcaf's 50. ln an exhibifion, 'rhe UC baskefeers foyed wifh fhe Alumni winning 85-73. The firsf MAC loss in fwo years came as Ohio U. rebounded from fhe fresh, sfinging defeaf fo hum- ble fhe Bearcafs 83 fo 74 af Afhens. Coach John Wie'fhe's baskefballers edged a defermined Lo Salle quinfef in fhe lasf few seconds fo bring home a 62-ol friumph. The Bearcafs rolled along, paced by fheir ferrific cenier Jim Holsfein, who pushed fhe affack fhaf neffed fhe Bearcafs a 84-53 vicfory over fhe Wesiern Reserve Redcafs. Led ihroughouf ihe confesf by Wie'rhe's prize guards, Frifh and Traberf, fhe 'Cafs gave fheir Miami rivals a fasfe of defeaf, score 79-5I. As 'rhe lasf MAC game came 'ro an end fhe Universify hardwood squad proudly sfruffed off fhe floor, vic- fors over Wesfern Michigan by fhe score of 78-68, refainers of fhe Conference crown and in hopes of a posf season bid. III' 79 - miami 51 Page 302 Ill' 66 - miami 52 uc 81 - Xavier 66 In rhe confesr fo decide fhe cify champ, UC oufplayed 'rhe Muskies BI-66. The skill wifh which Jim Holsfein dunked in +hir+y markers was somefhing io behold. Ulex awarded Joe Luchi a frophy as fhe besf player on fhe squad. Affer an unprecedenfed double overfime, fhe Bearcafs were edged in 'their firsf NIT game. In fhe rough skirmish fhe 'Cafs were on fop mosl' of 'rhe way, buf Sf. Bonavenfure kepf ifs firsf feam in fhe game while our sfarfers were puf ouf on fouls. They slipped fhrough in fhe lasf half minufe fo fake +he vicfory, 70-67. nit o The Red and Black Cincy squad foughl The S+. Bonavenfure baskefballers wifh bloocl-Ihirsfy claws Through a previously unknown double over+ime in Iheir debul' and exil' in The Nafional Invifafional Tournament The Madison Square Garden fracas reaped The 'Cafs one less 'rhan half of The sixfy-nine fouls commi'Hed. I+ led fo Ihe sidelining of Ihe 'five Bearcal sfarlers and in doing so incubafed a heari- brealcing defeat Old reliable Caplain Joe Luchi paced his fellow hoopsfers wifh I5 poinfs and was pressed by cenler Holsiein wiih I4. Oufsfanding performance was given by Bobby Fri'rh, sfar speed- s'I'er, and sub Tom Oslerman who lcepl The 'Gals undaunfed Io The end. oufsfonding coach presenled by ulex A.. 'img sv- K, N X .4 'A 'Qwmwg xi NIT TOURNAMENT STATISTICS Player Luchi Holslein Frilh Traberl Welmer Melzer Os+erman Monlc Rain I-Iundemer F 9 C 7 G 2 G I Pos. FGA FGM FTA FTM TF TOT F I6 5 5 5 5 I5 C I2 4 7 6 5 I4 G I9 3 8 5 5 I I G 8 I 0 O 5 2 F 5 I I O 3 2 F 9 2 2 0 5 4 4 3 I 2 9 O 4 3 I 3 I 4 3 I 3 I O O 2 2 88 Z2 34 23 34 67 mosl' valuable player presenfed by ulex frosh o The Bearki-Hens, fhe proving ground for nexi' year's varsi+y, again showed fhemselves +o be very capable of meefing any and all opposi+ion. If +his year's Frosh record is an indicafion of +he prospec- +ive varsify malerial, fheir I0 wins and 5 losses definiiely poinfs 'lo added Bearcal' s+reng+h in Fiffy-+wo. The enfire feam displayed real skill, par- ficularly +he fine all-around play of Tom Cassidy, fhe shoofing of Joe Olcruhlica and Joe Schusfer, and +he rebounding of Jim Sfevenson. If coach George Smifh can confinue 'lo produce such 'fine hardwood quinfeis, John Weifhe will never need worry abou+ fhe problem of new +alen+. F ResuI'I's UC OPP. 60 Cedarville 36 41 Sfarfers' Club 42 50 Merrill Chemical 24 60 Columbus lndians 37 46 Friars 33 4l Xavier Frosh 6I 50 Coca-Cola 53 39 Naiional Cash Regisfer 43 54 L. B. Harrison 3l 68 Hoppees' All-Sfors . 25 43 Miami Fresh 63 56 Wellsville All-Slors 55 55 Frisch's 45 79 Sf. Agnes 48 69 Miami Frosh 42 Sl leepsrers , 44 49 Xavier Frosh 46 ROW I-Overton, T Borgrnan, J Moeves, F, Okruhlico, J, Eddelsieins ROW 2-Kemme, B., Baughn, C., Johnson, W., Schusier, J, Cassidy, T., Sfephenson, J., Coach G Srnifh I X K y i ., 4. ,,, e ge. 3 Q, ! I 4 xy .S ' ' "H vw. 4 3 E Y pnwww A -A ' TI T5 ' ' i i .55 ' N Q X 3 S u 'ft Q Coach F, Pfeiffer, Trefzger, J, Andrews, R,, Anner, B., Lampe, D., Brown, E, Calwell, F., Droege, L., Trainer S. Kolp, Coach Tony Pfielifer again produced a squad of young, ambi- fious mermen, who in spife of fhe absence of lcey men due +o The graduafion frail lifled fhe spirifs of Cincinnafi swimming enfhusiasfs. Responding fo Coach PfieFier's +u+oring, ihe leam opened lhe long aqua-'ferm by solidly drowning +he Universily of Kenfuclry confingenf, 46 fo 29. Bill Renner made a brillianf showing as he garnered bo+h of ihe freesiyle evenis besides clinching 'rhe freeslyle relay race swimming as anchor man. 0195-l swimmin Afler observing lhe lashes and splashes given 'the Keniuclcy sirolcers by every UC plunger, Bear- cal' booslers saw a brighl fulure ahead. However, againsi such challenging compeliiors as 'the Uni- versiiy of lndiana and Ohio U., fhe learn was un- able io lind 'lhe winning combinaiion, and was consequenlly sunk in 'rhe following six encounlers. Regardless of 'ihis year's ouicome, fhe finesse of Jim Trefzger on fhe board and lhe endurance of Fred Calwell in fhe dislance swims was indicalive of fhe real ialeni lhe leam possessed, while fhe powerful sfrolces of Capiain Ed Brown and Connie Seyfried proved fo be +he loundalion of lhe +eam. Page 305 0 junior and S0lIh0lll0l'Q officers The "poli+icing" was all over and fhe resul+s were or las? disclosed on Class Day. Amid cheers, lhe elecfed mounied The sfage liffle aware of fhe work ahead. The new Sophomore Class Presidenr was Glenn Sample, who was fo have +he assis+ance of his fellow officers: Margarel Duffy, Barbara Bu-'rsch, and Flash Douglas. The junior class elec+ed Roberf Davis as president Rosemary Danner, Carol Brown, and David Merien were ihe oiher selecfions of lhe juniors. As in years pas+, rhe sophomores and juniors had chosen wisely. ROW I-Sample, G, Davis, R ROW 2-Brown, C, Bufsch, B, Danner, R ROW 3-Merfen, D, Douglas, F. 5 'mu ,NOK -' ' j . emi ef EP.. , fp-6-sr, 'N HR ,Q dl'N 12. 5 j, :,g s ,ss iv 2' e 1950 baseball Hank Zureiclr, UC's sporls publicily direclor made his coaching debul by piloling fhe baseball +eam lo an 8 won-I0 losl' season, despile losing several key players lo spring foolball. This record was, however, a big im- provemenl' over +ha+ of lasl' year. Four of 'lhe losses oulsicle lhe MAC were lo powerful Ohio Slale and Kenluclcy leams. The Bearcals clefealed Xavier lwice and in ofher games oulsicle 'lhe conference lhey beal' Cenler and Ohio Wesleyan. ln 'lhe MAC lhe leam loolr lhe measure of Buller and Weslern Reserve each lwice, while losing lo Weslern Michigan, Ohio U., and Miami. Three men on 'lhe leam, lecl by Firsl' baseman Joe Barbieri, had balling averages over 300. They were: Barbieri wilh .354, cenler fielder Jim Holslein, .337, and oullielder Bob Gillinger, .3l2. Howie Bella- mah, shorlslop, lecl 'lhe slolen bases deparlmenl' and hil well when 'rhe chips were down. Caplain Hans Heine wifh Bill Wannamalrer and John Lounsberry were lhe pilching mainslays. ROW I-Holslein, J., Nixsan, O, Hcnneken, P, Morton, J, Shepler, R, Campadonico, D., Bellamah, H., Brill, D., Kelly, J,, Barbieri, J., Lounsbery, J. ROW 2-Coach H Zureick, Laub, J, Bilvinger, B, Rodlke, L., Jervis, T., Rufenschoerer, L., Wonnamaker, B., Emery, D., Heine, H., Gibson, G,, Sleffer, O., Mgr, F. Rolles, Molloy, J. UNN QM 46 '-5 . M1 V, H1121 I , 4, , 1 -, .'i "A'lf5S',,.9f XIH Og! ' , Y-f - 5 -,-. , Page 306 1950 Season Cenfre College Ohio Wesleyan Kenluclry Ohio SI'a+e Ohio Universify Louisville-RAIN Bufler Universily Bu'IIer Universily Louisville-RAIN Wesfern Michigan Wesfern Michigan Keniuclry Ohio Universi+y Miami Universify Xavier Universify Miami Universify Ohio Sfafe Xavier Universi+y Wesfern Reserve Wesfern Reserve Resulfs OPP. I I 8 8 I4 6 5 I3 26 I2 I8 Il 2 5 II 3 8 8 If-W. X -I ' , QP '- 1 ' -. - we-' I I "'1gf , Ns arf., 'K Q ,.. , . Us... - Page 307 Lf nw , N, , 5 L+... v v 'Luc , l flax." ' " xc-gy ROW I-Thomas, C, Igle, B, Ouoley B STANDING-Weil, A4 Yeager, P, Malt, B, Gross, C., Gilberl, J, Anderson. B., Menelee, G, Coach. . The fennis feam, guided by coach George Menefee. L once more had a very successful season. Under Caplain Charlie Thomas, fhe rackelleers compiled a record of eleven wins and five losses plus second place in +l1e MAC 'four- namenl. l X 2 M5 f- 1, iony iraberf Page 308 I a- Afrrer a slow sfarf of fhree wins and five losses, fhe Bearca+ ne++ers wenf on +o wind up fhe season wifh eighl' sl'raigh+ vicfories. , ' REX Much of +he credir for +he highly success- ' ful season goes +o sophomores Bud Igel and Carl Gross. Capiain Charlie Thomas play- ed his usual fine brand of 'iennis fhrough- ouf 'I'he season plus capping fhe individual singles 'lille a+ 'lhe MAC fournamenr held in Oxford, Ohio, lasf May. Q -ew us we Sfsf 1 , . x is-2 x X , WI i his X 5 ,Q W wax' s N X 9 K XS. an N- iTT'N:P.+-4-,. I ,X,.MN .,., V our NY L p ggklgggwys . p,, N ffsgggu 's -bg WM., , S " we-.. ' , ' ,i I , ,V ' ' W - is .5 rfssisrik' . .si 1,f-:slices 'lf .. iqwgfrgssw4eh,g4fwefm ' ,.,sss 3 if .rsnfswgww-, is -s fees-, , v41ss1ss UC also had an inrernafional represenfafion in 'rhe world of fennis during 'lhe l950 'lennis season in nafionally ranked Tony Traberl. During a leave of absence from his siudies, Tony spenf +he spring and summer on an exfended four of Europe wiih 'lhe former Bearcaf lennis s+ar, Billy Talberf. Play- ing ogainsf +op European comperifion, Tony gol some of fhe besl experience of his fennis career. He also aH'rac+ed wide-spread aHen+ion as a pos- sible Davis Cup candidafe. Fiffy-one will see Tra- berl on 'lhe couris for UC. Page 309 X During 'lhe l950 season, Coach Nikoloff's cindermen made a . good showing despife a definife lack of dep+h. The shine of sfar Paul Geisen aHrac+ed much aHen'l'ion: noi' only did he run his regu- lar sprinfs, fhe one-sixfy and fhe +wo-fwenfy, buf also, iusl' +o lreep in shape, he ran on fhe mile relay ieam. Early las+ season lhe Becrcar flash ran up a +o'I'al of six sfraighf lirsfs. Anofher of +he fhinclads who compiled a commendable score while 'lhreafening several school records was Don Fisher, ace shof-puHer. ROW I-Truiff, J,, assv. coach, Rhenhardt, M., MacVeigh, B., Hawkins, D, Hill, D., Brown, E., VanDuran, J., Mincy, I., Geisen, P. ROW 2-Dooley, M., mgr., Trump, J., Sleimer, B, Lasher, B, Shanks, D, Fisher, D., Dunlop, S., Briggs, R., capl, Spessard, J., Preslon, M., mgr., O, M. Nilroloff, coach. Page 3IO EK was A 'WN-f.. , X, A , I xi X f,. . ,NM Q N'Q',, A Nmviiimmmmikxmmbx 'V' -'-. C ',.' .:::t 13 ,i .,,c:in g:g ia A+ 'lhe ou+se+ of lasf season 'lhe Cincinnafi frack- sfers were oufrun by a sfrong Ohio Universi'I'y confin- geni. The score of 67V2 fo 54V2 was noi indica+ive of our Bearcais' spirit Besides Geisen's usual 'Fine per- formance, Dave Hawkins came 'lhrough wi'I'h a lie for firsl place in +he pole-vaull. In 'rhe big evenl of 'Phe year, rhe Bowling Green Relays, 'Phe fleel-fooled mei' some of +he besf lrackmen in 'fhe counfry and were able 'lo pull +hirds in 'fhe 440 relay, 'rhe +wo mile, and long-disfance runs. Caplain Bill Lasher, consis+en+ly dependable in +he lime of need, led fhe 'leom in Their overwhelming defeaf of our local rival from Vicfory Parkway. i mgll mgm xsgtllllpl 6560551.90 ix akwkagwy 1 .l 'k!,A,,,., ..,' W - - g.Q ' ' , IBHGWMTI QWGUN N QW or? .X ROW I-Asahina, S, Yaney, P, Herlrloil, T ROW 2-Hodapp, R, Schneid W, Shckney, T, Wrehe, J varsity rifle o Subsianrial proof fha? ihey were 'ihe "big guns" on 'the Cincinnaii campus was afforded by ihe UC rifle- men. While awairing +he formoiion of a new league in which Ohio Sfare Xavier, and o+her schools will compare fargels, fhe sharp-shoofers more fhon held rheir own in +heir orher con+es'fs. Sfrengfhened by re+urning le++er- men Hodapp, Clarlr, and Trimbach, fhe squad did well in fhe in+ercollegia're rifle meer. ROW I-Reisenfelf, H, Engle, R., Upp, D ROW 2-Marlin, D, Bonem, F, Capl, ' - --y---r X,....,..'v .-x Q: K L l li ll. o fencm ' Alihough slcied +o face some of +he roughesl com- perifion in ihe counfry, fhe UC fencing 'team opened 'rhe season wifh prospecfs for a very successful ourcome. Under ihe leadership of Coach Saye and Cap+ain Bonem, The foilers mer such fop reams as Ohio Sfare, Wayne, Nofre Dome, and Kenfuclry. The line-up includ- ed Meacher and Currise on sobre, Moles, Engel, and Droege or fhe epeeg Denham, Crane, and Marrin, foil Meacher, J, Crane, J igfx. 5? f x ' , 'X and - i .-s- A 1 gs' , s ,, X "J ROW I-Kruse, D., Hoinke, E. Rhein, C ROW 2-Smith, O, Coach, Krumrrlel, P,, Forbriger, B, 1951 gulf . Cincy Golfers 'reed off +he I950 season as, po+en+ially, one of UC's finesi' squads. SHFF compeiifion and poor condifions gave fhe niblickers a bad s+ari', and 'they never seemed able fo pull our of i+. The resulfing record was cerfainly no+ indica+ive of individual abiliiies, bu+ +he +eam did perform fo 'rhe highesf siandards of 'rhe cup and green calling. Capfain Bob Dixon, Tom Francis, and Paul Krummell were +he mains+ays of +he 'Ca+s. Coach Smi+i1's ou+look for '5l is again promising. J K hx x, , xx'll-SB sailing club o -+ 'I ,qw if Two "Dyer-Dhow" clingies, all season rega'r+as wiih sfiff big-lime compe+i+ion, and pos+ regaHa parries give fhe fhirfy-four members of +he Universify of Cincinna+i Sailing Club a busy year. Alfhough 'lhe club is only a liffle over a year old. Commodore Glenn Cullen is very proud of his crew. In +he weekend rega++as wifh Ohio Sfa+e, Purdue, Dennison, and ofher Mid-American Collegiaie en+ries 'rhe crew displayed real abilify. This youngesf of sporfs of UC has cHrac+ed many a s+uden+ wi+h a sea- faring heari. ROW I-Aneshansel, R., Graham, J., Keele, J, Schrader, J, Dieckrncnn, A, Hagen, B ROW 2-Tiemeyer, C, Seuberi, R, McAvoy, J, Dock, H, Church, S, Dickerson R, Young, A., Dieclrmann, E ROW 3-Davies, S, Wasmer, J, Cullen, G, Edwards, W, Eiselein, B, Funk, S 'Q ,Q Q Q QQQQD-' 'Q Q S .Q l 4? -85 sf 2-e ew., KA wig ' Page 315 6? S 4 4. - 1 fb' sv IFF .xv Q1 si, 1 asf' r TUNEELHIG-Wilhelm W Ccsfello, 1 SlTTING-Momgomery, R, Schwindi, R, ZarTrnan, B, Russe, R, Birn, M ROW V-Glasgow H Campbell, P Mc-fri!! J, Nelson, A, Shriner, P ROW 2-Busken, J, Refhrneier, M, Hopkins, H., nvevanzon K stilulent council 0 The sixTeen members oT STudenT Council once again spenT The year super- vising and co-ordinaTing Those acTiviTies which come under Their conTrol. The TirsT and Third Monday oT each rnonTh saw These sTudenTs me-eTing in The STudenT GovernmenT Room oT The Union. Here They planned The ciisTribuTion of 'funds early in The year To The groups under Their iurisclicTion. However, The BudgeT CommiTTee wasn'T The only parT oT The council lcepT busy: Tor iT was The ConsTi- TuTion CommiTTee ThaT puT iTs mark of approval on The consTiTuTions of The various acTiviTies. SeTTing up a more unique and eT"iicienT Type OT elecTion machinery was The iob of The ElecTion CommiTTee, while suggesTion boxes were seT up Tor The TirsT Time This year by The Grievance CommiTTee. Pre-sidenT Bob SchwindT cerTainly led council Through a year of success. Page 28 presidenT-bob schwindi' vice-presidenT-beTsy zarTman se-creTary-ramona russe Treasurer-bob monTgomery ,. ,. N K- 0 1950- I intramurals N. bill schwarberg, iniramural direcfor Having won +he lnframural frophy lasf year, The Phi DeHs made desperafe efforfs +o refain The crown fhis year. However, +he race +his year promised fo be very close wiih +he ulfimafe ouicome remaining unde- cided un+il fhe end of 'the spring spor+s. To da+e fhe only spor+ comple+ed is boxing, which fhe Sig Alph's iook wi+h a big margin. Due 'I'o fhe inclemeni' wea+her, Sigma Chi will have 'lo wail' un+il Spring fo defend Hs fi+Ie in +he foolball finals, while baslreiball sfill is any- one's guess. H"s sure fo be a figh+ fo +he finish. 3- . intramurals o 1' .5 ef: ig STUDENT INTRAMURAL DIRECTORS Tolpen, H., Bobih, B., Hoplcins, H. The imporronce of intramural ofhleiics cannof be over- esrimcfed. The unifying force of Hue lceen compefifion is on indispensible ossef fo ony universify, and rhe presfige of possessing l'l'l9 fropl1y is +l'1e goal of every parlicipcfing or- gonizcfion. Under +l'1e clireciion and coordinafion of Bill Sclwworberg, rhe inlromurol sysfem has become one of UC's srrongesl rroclirions. l Page 3I7 lx. - ., -f- .,P1"Q. V' N -qi ff 8"- '..': , iff- sf flsggexal ..','-A--..g',4 K, ,h Q iw , F91 ., ' Sponsoring and encouraging borh varsify and inlramural alhlelics, 'the WAA each year gives lhe covered inlramural cup lo lhe sororiry wilh 'the mosl poinls. The WAA also gives lo 'fhe oulslanding senior woman lhe equally desirable "C" ring. The firsf proiecr of rhe WAA lhis year was an all-universiry barn dance in Oclober. Play Day in March saw represenfarives of fifleen ofher colleges come fo Cincinnari lo com- pefe in 'leam and individual sporfs. Oufslanding +his year was lhe All-Associalion meer- ing a+ which lhe awards were presenled to 'rhe members who had disringuished lhem- selves in rhe field of arhlelics. The awarding of fhe inlramural cup a+ fhe annual banquel' in May broughr 'the year +o a close. OFF-camups acrivilies which added -lhar "ex+ra somelhingu were The WAA slale convenlion in February al Woosler College, and lhe bi-yearly narional convenlion al Ann Arbor. NDINO-Dick, B. ROW I-Sander, S, Murray, P, Foleyy K, Finley. M ROW 2-Hermerding, H, Finkelsreiny B, Mueller. M. Williamson, S 'J-EM I LT N 'ai Sf- A 5- vt KR "i ,Y ., 'f ,sf - A uc' 2 W ,f e N. ROW I-Zwrclr, M, Meyers, V, Gulzwnller, J, Fisher, B., Dick, B., Taunl, J ROW 2-Theler, J, Borgrnann, C., Bleflner, J,, Davis, P, Moesla, J., Williamson, S,, ROW arete o 3-Imleld, C, Marple, J, Sander, S, Arnold, J., McHugh, E., Rawnsley, M, Venr, C. The membership of Arele is composed of girls in Teachers College who are Physical and Heallh Educalion majors. This pasl' year was c mosl' aclive and successful one for lhe organizalion. Opening wilh a whirl of ac- livify lhey shared 'the dufies of making fhe Eleclion Day "Ballo+ Ball" an impor'l'an+ evenf, following This plans were formulaled +o raise money for 'rheir scholarship fund. On fhe sporls fronfl, 'lhe girls gol 'rogelher 'lo fake on Phi Epsilon Kappa in 'their annual field hockey game. Mary Guhwiller handled fhe gavel for Arele during l95O-5l wilh enfhusiasfic in+eres+ and excellenl resulls. Q ...- - "" 4. " Gain Y1- -'w I s r' , B. bm- ,,,x... ........,....--..-v-1 I I I , ..:1 'QQ . 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CINCINNATI REAL ESTATE BOARD 7635 lioauling Rd. VA H338 Mefcanlile l-lb'afY Building 4I4 Walnuf S+. MA o f Cincinnafi Ohio II I3 Paqe 334 BLICITY PU AL MMERCI C0 S o WEDDING WEDDINGS ' CANDIDS ' FORMALS ' COMMERCIAL Your Yearbook Photographer. . V " if QV if 6856 B-HUT-RV AVE ClnflflnHTI'i'f'0HlO 8558... COMMERCIAL ' PUBLICITY ' WEDDINGS ' ll.-XNDIDS cw F639 KINGSPURT PRESS p 'S IND W Covers by Kingscraft KINGSPORT PRESS. INC. KINCSPORT. TENNESSEE Pg 335 womenfs senate 0 Women's Senafe, composed of represen+a'rives of recognized women's groups, commenced Hs I95O season wi'rh a 'rea in+roducing freshmen women 'ro Ihe social life of Ihe campus. Soon afrer, 'rhe sponsorship of Migrafion Day was uncler'raken when +he sfudenfs migra+ed by bus Io Lexingfon, Kenfucky. A prom- inen+ evenf of Ihis par+icuIar year was 'rhe Vocafionol Informafion Conference, held February I3 fhrough I6. During Ihis period various speakers, including sfudenis, presenied informa+ion concerning numerous vocalions. "Cad on Careers" was under Ihe chairmanship of Jane Niederhelman. In addifion 'I'o 'rhe special proiec+s, Women's Sena+e main+ains a Used Book S+ore, 'rhe pro+iI's of which are Iurned over Io Ihe UC Scholarship Fund. Also, 'Ihe Shawberry Breakfasf is a Iradifional even+ during Senior Week. SEATED ROW I-Robb-ns, M, Bloodgood, J, Lundquisf, J, Hynes, 5 ROW 2-Lang, V, Taylor, C, Birn, M , Francq, D,, krogger, I, Finley, M STANDING ROW I-Cleveland, P,, Dick, B, Schiller, I, Ingle, B, Tashiian, R., Engelke, E ROW Z-Du-err M Niederhelman, J, Knighf, B, Russe, R, Geisler, J, ROW 3-Grogan, M., Mueller, M,, Falcon, L -v W 'E 4-Q T 'U' 'Ns 'ESI .qs 0- Q7 ,-4 Lg:-Lis'-V - -. preside-nf-mary ann birn vice-presiden+-denise francq record' secrefar -im ard lcro er Y Ireasurer-virginia lang READ YOUR U. C. PUBLICATIONS ' News Record Your Convenient Downtown . Cl l tl Chevrolet Dealer mcmna lan ' Profile 318 E. 6th St. ' Co-op Engineer PA. -1880 Cincinnati, Ohio , Student Directory . uccess tory American Style ,lust seventy-five years ago the first spoken message was carried over a few feet of wire. eoimeeting two erude telephones. ln the United States today. 173 million 4-onversations daily speed over l52 million miles of wire Cou- necting 13 million telephones. First regarded as a mere toy. the telephone in the U. S. today is an ll lrillion dollar lmusiuess. owned hy almost a million stockholders and provides jolms for three-quarters of a million persons. The industry is hig heeause Ameriea is hig and requires a huge Com- munications system to keep the wheels of commeree, and society generally. running smoothly and swiftly f- yet its eost is low, within the reach of most families. This is just a typical Ameriean sueeess story. possible only under our system of free enterprise which permits free men and women to exercise individual initiative. The Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone Company Th ff nBfll'!7Pl 'neu Re.sfr1111'rz11l T H E ll I C K 0 R Y in Douvitoicri Cillftllllllli Compliments of L. M. PRINCE C0. Famous for Hickory Cooked Meats and Fowl llathskellar -Xvailaltle for l'rivatf- Parties 4 W. 4th Street UPHNUHL1.LU.DXHi AHKCHNDHWONED tl! PQXFT SIXTWI Nll NIR 2716 Page 336 Johnson, Dean. 22 Profile, 28l A. Xi N. Furn. 8: Appli. Co., 328 Avondale Chevrolei, 332 Balfour, L. G. Co., 328 Beclr, William 8: Sons Co., 328 BennneH', D. A. Cadillac Co., 326 Belles Sporiing Good Co., 326 Brand, Richard Jeweler, 333 Busy Bee, 326 Campus Colony, The, 334 Campus Owls, The, 328 Cedar Hill Farms, 326 Cincinnaii Real Esfaie Board, 334 Acacia, I55 Adminisiraiion, I6 Alpha Chi Omega, I34 Alpha Chi Sigma, 222 Alpha Delia Pi, l35 Alpha Epsilon Pi, I56 Alpha Gamma Delia, I36 Alpha Kappa Psi, 230 Alpha Lambda Delia, ll7 Alpha Omicron Pi, I37 Alpha Sigma Phi, I57 Alpha Tau Omega, I58 Alumni Associaiion-Sing SAE, I84 American Commons Club, l59 American lnsfifufe of Chemical Engineers, 223 American lnsiiiuie oi Elecirical Engineers, 224 American Marlreiing Associaiion, 228 American Sociefy of Civil Engineers, 225 American Sociefy of Mechanical Engineers, 226 Applied Aris Tribunal, 32 Areie, 320 Arnold Air Socieiy, 248 Associafion of Dorm Women, 2l4 Associafion of lndependeni Siudenis, I73 Afhleiics-Tiile page, 284 Auburn, Dean, 2l Band, 262 Band Piciures, 263 Baseball Team, 306 Baslreiball, 302 Beaux Aris Ball, I94 Befa Gamma Sigma, IIZ Beia Theia Pi, I60 Bishop, Dean, 23 Board of Direciors, 2I Board oi' Publicafions, 274 Business Adminisirafion Tribunal, 33 Business Educaiion Club, 231 Chi Epsilon, II5 Chi Omega, I38 Cincinnaiian, 276 Class Officers, 26 Clifion Dorm, 2l8 Coaching Siaif, 286 CO - OP Club. 240 Cheerleaders, 290 advertising index Cin'i 8: Sub. Bell Tele. Co., 336 Coney Island, 330 Cronin Ford Co., 328 Fielman, J. H. Dairy Co., 33l Frechfling Dairy, 329 Frischls, 332 General Eleciric, 327 Green, H. G. Real Esiafe, 329 Gregg Cleaners, 330 Hicirory Barbecue, 336 Hilion-Davis Chemical Co., 334 Hocirs Buicir Co., The, 330 Hosford, James Moiors, 333 lndianapolis Engraving Co., 324 Kingsporf Press, lnc., 335 Lance's, 332 Marlr, Maurice Pharmacy, 333 Miller, H. Dairy Co,, Inc., 333 Powell Bi Whiie Priniers Bi Pub- lishers, 325 Prince, L. M. Co., 336 Queen Cify Chevrolel, 336 Schwarh Tailoring Co., 332 Second Noiional Banlr, 330 organization index Co-operaiive Engineers, 280 Cross Couniry, 3I2 Dad's Day, l78 Delia Delia Delia, I39 Delia Phil Delia, II3 Delia Phi Epsilon, l4O Delia Sigma Pi, 229 Delia Tau Delia, I6I Delia Zeia, l4l Engineering Tribunal, 34 Eia Kappa Nu, I25 Evening College, Neuliier, l02 Evening College Seniors. I03 Fencing Team, 3l3 Fooiball, 286 Foofball Freshmen, 297 Forensic Guild, 234 49'ers Board, 270 49'ers, 270 Fraierniiy Subiiile, l5l Gamma Delia, 259 Glee Club, 264 Golf Team, 314 Greelcs Tifle Page, l06 Graduaie School, 9l Graduaie Seniors, 92 Graduaie Subiiile, 39 Guidon, 39 Hillel, 249 Homecoming, IBO Home Economics Club, 232 Home Economics Tribunal, 35 Liberal Aris Tribunal, 36 Liberal Aris Medical School, Dorsl, 98 Liberal Aris Seniors, 76 Liberal Aris Medical Seniors, 99 Mardi Gras, I93 Memorial Dormiiory, 2l6 Men's lnier-Dorm Council, 2I5 Men's Senafe, 3I Meiro Chrisimas Pariy, IB2 Meiro, l2l Migraiion, I79 Miliiary Subiiile, 245 Moriar Board, lI8 Mummers, 269 Mummers Board, 268 Music and Drama Subfiile, Carfoon, 26l Newman Club, 257 News Record, 278 Nursing and Healih, Ronagle, 86 Nursing and Healih Tribunal, 37 Nursing and Healih Seniors, 87 Ohio Sociefy of Professional Engineers, 222 Omicron Delia Kappa, II9 Omicron Nu. ll4 Orieniaiion Board, 235 Pan - Hellenic Council, l32 Pershing Rifles, 247 Personalifies, Subiiile, 205 Phi Beia Kappa, IIO Honorable Subsiifuies, Phi Delia Thela, I63 Car+oon, I09 Phi Efa Sigma, Il6 Housing Subiiile, 2I3 Phi Kappa, I64 lnsiiiuie of Aeronauiical Phi Mu, I46 Sciences, 227 Pi Chi Epsilon, l27 lnierfrafernify Council, I54 Pi Delia Epsilon, 275 lnlerfraierniiy Dance, I96 Pi Kappa Alpha, l65 lniersororiiy House Council, I33 Pi Lambda Phi, I66 lnframurals, 3l6 Pi Lambda Sigma, I45 Ivy Day, 4l Pi Tau Sigma, l26 Junior Class Officers, 27 Junior Advisers, 239 Junior Prom, l90 Junior Prom Queen, l9I Kampus King, l98 Kappa Alpha Thefa, I42 Kappa Kappa Gamma, I44 Kindergarien Club, 232 Lambda Chi Alpha, I62 Law, Rowley, 96 Program Commiiiee of Union Board, 237 Publicaiions Subiiile, Carioon, 273 Red Cross Council, 233 Religious Emphasis Week, 250 Rifle Club, 3I3 ROTC, 246 ROTC Boll, IBS Rushing, l30 Sailing Club, 315 d 8, l26 Conienfs, 5 Law Seniors, 93 Scabbard and Bla e, 247 index A Adolph, R., I66 Alford, A., I63 Aneshansel, R., I58, 3l5 Aeschbach, H., 76, I34 Allen, J., 297 Anner, B., 305 Abel, B., II3, 45 Agee, J., l59 Allender, J., I55 Anihony, F., 287 Abney, K., l59 Agin, J., 49, I69 Allnuii, J., 58 226 Anihony, F., 297 Aclrman, D., 76 Aglamesis, M., 35, II4, 72, Alief. S-. J56 J54 Anion, S., I66, 253 Ackman, J., 76 23I. 232 Andefess. WI. 247 Appel, B., 45, 2I9 Adams, D., I62 Ahfens, G., 154, I63 Anderson. '67 Appel. 1- '47- 253 Adams, D., X., 2l8 Ahrens, M., 45, l3B Al"d9fS0n- 89. l42 Applequisf, H., lll, 5 Adam., D.. 218 Albech, w., 226 Anderson. W-. 308 275, zso Adams, G., 225 Albers, J., l42, 232 Andffludi Mu 45' H8 Archambeauli, L., 37 Adams, P., I34 Adamson, J., l72 Adkins, E., I72 Adler, W., I66 Alderbrinlr, J., 49 Alexander, C., l6I Alexander, J., l60 Alexander, M., 72 Andreadis, H., 297 Andrews, R., 99 Andrews, R., 308 Andrzeiewslci, R., 297 Armengol, R., I70 Armsirong, J., 266 Armandrofi, J., I49 Armslrong, C., l50 Shipley's, 328 Song Shop, 329 Siier's Pharmacy, 329 Siudeni Union Book S'rore, 33l Superior Chevrolef, 329 Swiff 8: Co., 334 U. C. Dining Halls 8: Grill, 33l Vehr Priniing Co., 330 Veranda, The, 330 Wesiern Banl: 8 Trusf Co., The. 332 Whiifelier, William R. Siudio, 335 Wocher, Max Ei Son Co., 333 Scarab, I28 Scenic, IB6 Secfion Change, I92 Senior Class OFiicerx, 26 Senior Weeir Scenic, 40 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, I67 Sigma Alpha Mu, l68 Sigma Chi, l69 Sigma Delia Tau, I47 Sigma Phi Epsilon, I7O Sigma, I22 Sigma Sigma Sigma Carnival, 200 Sing, Kappa, I85 Social Board, 238 Social Subiiile, l87 Socieiy of Auio Engineers, 233 Sophomore Class Officers, 27 Sophos, I20 Sophos Dance, l89 Social Board, 238 Sororiiiies Subiiile, l29 Special Evenis Tifle, I74 Sfudeni Council, 28 Sfudeni Direciory, 282 Sludeni Governmeni, Sublifle, 25 Siudenf Union, 24I Swimming Team, 305 Tau Beia Pi, Ill Tau Befa Sigma, 266 Tau Pi Epsilon, 23l Teachers College, 88 Teachers College Seniors, 89 Teachers College Tribunal, 38 Tennis Team. 308 There Alpha Phi, 267 Theia Chi, l7l Theia Phi Alpha, l48 Track Team, 3l0 Tradiiions Sublille, I77 Triangle, I72 Trianon, l50 Ulex, I24 Ulex Dance, I99 Union Board, 236 Universiiy Dorms C and D, 2I9 Varsiiy Rifle, 3l3 Walfers, Presidenl, 20 Wesley Foundaiion, 260 Wesfminsier Foundaiion, 256 Women's Aihleiic Association, 3l8 Womens Senafe, 30 YMCA, 255 YWCA, 254 Zeia Tau Alpha, I49 Arnold, C., 76 Arnold, D., l65 Arnold, D. L., I72, 233, 224 Arnold, J., I34, 320 Arnold, R., 276 Arnold, T., I62 Arrighi, L., 232 Asahina, S., 3l3 Aschenbach, E., 37, 87 Ashby, R., I62 Aszman, J., l42 Aubrey, R., 99 Auburn, A., I42 Auiderbeclc, J., 49 g , pt-we Auidermarsh, C., 163, 282 Aull, J., 146 Aumend, C., 230 Ausfing, J., 257 Avey, V.. 144 Baals, J., 165 Boas, A., 144 Bachler, M., 139, 232 Bachman, R., 227 Bacon, H., 103 Backer, W., 58 Bader, M., 230 Baer, E., 139 Bagby, J., 161 Bahas, J., 171 Baier, R., 247, 260 Bailey, M., 49, 133, 136 Bailey, N., 132, 142 Bain, H., 97 Bain, V., 144 Bakemeier, M., 117 Boker, B., 58, 126 Baker, 1., 149 Baker, R., 58 Bakuhn, J., 218 Bolaun, E., 218 Baldock, M., 103 Ball, D., 58, 172, 222, 226, 233 Ballard, H., 162 Ballew, 171, 225 Balliel, J., 172, 247 Balsink, E., 227 Bammerlin, J., 113, 143 Bangerl, R., I72, 224, 259 Banghman, H., 103 Barber, R., 297 Barbieri, J., 306, 307 Barch, J., 58 Bare, J., 148 Barker, G., 149 Barlow, S., 135 Barnard, J., 239 Barnharl, C., 26, 137 Barnhard, R., 163 Barr, J., 218, 247 Barre1l, M., 76 Barron, M., 168 Barsic, C., 218 Barleou, M., 155 Barihlomew, J., 103 Bariish, A., 219 Barflefl, C., 89 Barlos, V., 49, 229 Bary W., 162 Basler, 1., 247 Bass, 1., 168 Balin, W., 148 Baude, H., 49 Bauer, C., 170 Bauer, C., 103 Bauer, D., 31, 162, 23 Bauer, E., 45 Bauer, J., 143, 276 Baumann, L., 76 Bavis, E., 223 Bayles, A., 137, 265 Bear, J., 165 Beard, A., 49 Becker, C., 72, 137 Becker, J., 149 Becker, R., 160 BeckeH, E., 115, 225 Beckman, C., 136 Beelem, M., 139 Beals, J., 149 Begovich, M., 58 Behrendl, A., 147, 232, 279 Beier, K., 169 Beimesche, B., 173 Belinky, C., 168 Bell, S., 76, 134 Bellomah, H., 304 Benelhum, D., 161, 226 Beniamin, M., 142, 239, 276 Benmayor, J., 156 Bennell, R., 116, 160 Benningfon, T., 89 Bensen, M., 216 Bensen, F., 89 Benson, J., 171 Benzing, E., 58 Benzinger, J., 287 Bencher, W., 248 Berghager, R., 103 Bergen, F., 49 Berlskin, A., 125 Bergman, B., 148 Bergman, M., 76 Berlage, K., 161 Berlin, J., 165 Berliner, C.. 89 Berman, C., 232, 258 Bernard, J., 145 Bernard, R., 224 Bernens, H., 164 Bernhaul, M., 166 Berning, A., 134, 239 Bernslein, J., 76, 166, 255 Bernslein, S., 166 Berry, A., 297 Bershadsky, 1., 258 Berlschlnger, J., 136 Berwanger, M., 217 Besl, C., 45 Belllman, E., 258 Beu++e1, S., 149 Belz, F., 128 Beyring, G., 229 Bickel, R., 159, 259 Biclzel, R., 58, 224 Bickerlon, L., 89 Biederman, C., 167 Billel, S., 99 Bllll, B., 139 Binns, G., 45 Birge, J., 155 Birk, J., 58 Birkenbeil, H., 148 Birkley, W., 297 Blrn, M., 30, 118, 127, 132. 148, 249, 235, 236 Bishop, B., 160 Bishop. D., 170 Bishop, E., 171 Bishop, H., 58 Bishop, R., 33, 167 Billmann, R., 165 Bilallnger, B., 306 Black, H., 139 Blain, J., 169 Blanco, T., 227 Blaney, H., 99 Blank, S., 138, 239 Blalz, A., 167 Blellner, J., 320 Blersch, V., 134 Blesi, M., 148, 239 Blelso, M., 149, 76 Blickensderfer, R., 225, 222 Block, B., 136 Block, W.. 170 Bloodgood, J., 30, 32, 45, 113, 214, 217, 138 Blough, C., 217 Blum, 1., 49, 163, 287 Boberg, T., 49, 230 Bockslahler, R., 169 Bode, D., 163 Boclenlos, R., 76, 169 Bodenslein, H., 135, 276 Bodenslein, R., 168 Boehm, E., 72, 132, 145 Boehm, R., 103 Boike, M., 282 Boksenbom, F., 150, 231. 239, 258 Bolce, D., 49 Boling, R., 49, 165 Bolland, T., 116 Bollinger, J., 143 Bolsinger, D., 167 Bomas, W., 297 Bond, J., 227 Bandy, C., 103 Boneau, V., 257 Bonem, F., 58. 226, 222, 275, 280, 313 Boni, R., 111, 58, 155 Bonnell, M., 45 Boone, B., 45, 144 Border, G., 165 Borgman, C., 320 Borgman, J., 304 Borgmann, J., 76 Born, W., 171,222 Borrow, C., 139 Born, M., 45, 156 Borli, W., 120 Bosch, G., 72, 114, 150 Bosler, S., 76 Basse, J., 148, 257, 279 Boulger, W., 97 Bourgraf, E., 160 Bowling, J., 234 Bowman, J., 170 Boyd, J., 128 Boyd, V., 58, 224 Boyer, N., 144 Bradburn, B., 143 Braden, H., 158 Bradbury, B., 58, 111, 125 224 Bradham, S., 141 Bradley, B., 117, 148 Bradley, D., 89, 150 Bradley, E., 170 Bradrick, T., 171 Branclf, R., 166 Bralburd, L., 49, 168 Brauckmann, W., 58, 111, 115, 225 Braun, F., 222 Braun, R., 58 Brown, l"l., 162 Bready, B., 35, 72, 232 Brechf, G., 165 Bredenbeck, R., 170 Brennan, B., 216 Brennemann, C., 72, 114, 150 Brewsler, J., 76, 162 Brickner, B., 258 Bridges, W., 49 Briggs, R., 169, 266, 310. 312 Brigham, D., 35, 134, 232 Brill, D., 287, 306 Brill, M., 134, 239, 290 Brill, R., 31, 120, 121, 167 255, 276 Brisfley, C., 97 Brislol, J., 45 Brockrneier, R., 33, 165 Brod, S., 168 Brodrick, L., 224 Broering, 1'1., 58, 126, 226 Brokamp, R., 89 Bronsfein, A., 116 Brons1ein, H., 257 Brooks, R., 226 Brooks, W., 169 Brown, A., 58, 115, 225 Brown, C., 27, 138, 232, 238, 239, 249 Brown, C., 89, 158 Brown, E., 31, 76, 163, 305 310, 312 Brown, H., 49 Brown, 1., 87 Brown, J., 160 Brown, J., 137 Brown, L., 156 Brown, M., 150 Brown, W., 58, 224 Brown, R., 119 Brown, W., 167 Brown, W., 45 Browne, W., 31, 76, 169, 247 Browne, E., 99 Brueggemann, B., 135 Brumbaugh, R., 163 Brumberg, A., 247, 260 Brumsey, P., 45 Brunen, J., 58 Bruner, C., 149 Bruning, R., 170 Brunner, J., 155 Bruns, D., 169 Buchanan, R., 257 Buck, R., 72, 139 Budke, D., 103 Buehler, R., 137 Buel, T., 163, 297 Buelher, J., 148 Bueflinger, B., 138 Bullock, N., 128 Bumiller, T., 169 Bumiller, W., 36, 169 Burba, W., 99 Burchell, E., 38, 45 Burdsall, A., 138, 282 Burgess, W., 162, 230 Burgell, J., 158 Burkarl, J., 160 Burke, R., 58 Burks, J., 76 Burnelf, D., 164 Burnell, L., 170 Burns, R., 219 Burl, J., 143 Busch, D., 157 Busch, S., 147, 258 Busch, W., 59, 224 Buschle, H., 163 Busch, B., 139 Busken, J., 59, 154, 172 Busser, R., 149 Bulen, R., 99 Bulsch, B., 27, 142, 237 Bull, D., 59, 224 Bullelwerlh, J., 45, 124, 263 Bullon, K., 49 Buli, R., 225 Byer, E., 147 Byrd, N., 216 Byrer, J., 59, 111, 226 C Cadman, L., 149, 232 Cadman, N., 133, 139, 290 Ccdwallacler, B., 144 Caclwallader, W., 161 Cahn, R., 168 Cahoon, J., 97 Caine, A., 89, 232 Caley, D.. 162 Callison, P., 216 Camardo, V., 49 Campagna, R., 117, 144 Campbell, E., 33, 127, 133, 134, 279 Campbell, H., 170 Campbell, J., 287 Campbell, P., 33, 120, 49, 165, 206, 278 Campbell, R., 169 Campbell, W., 297 Campodonico, H., 306 Candor, J., 160 Canlor, J., 76, 216, 258 Capuzzi, C., 297 Carlo, D., 89 Carlsen, W., 154 Carlson, R., 161 Carmel, N., 156 Carpenler, J., 225 Carpenler, N., 144, 232 Carr, E., 45 Carson, E., 139 Carler, L., 97 Carler, M., 149 Car+er, R., 150 Carllidge, B., 45 Cassel, R., 170 Cassidy, T., 167, 304 Casfleberry, J., 281 Cecil, R., 89, 118, 138, 206, 249, 254 Chahrouri, A., 217 Chaikin, E., 168 Challinor, D., 219, 266 Chamberlain, J., 170 Chambers, B., 89 Champlin, R., 128 Chan, W., 172 Chapman, D., 218, 225 Chapman, J., 139 Chapman, T., 163 Charek, B., 140 Charllon, C., 89 Chase, B., 141, 217 Chalo, J., 116 Cheek, M., 149 Chenowelh, D., 38, 144, 239 Chenowelh, W., 59 Chesleen, J., 158 Childs, E., 173, 276 Childs, J., 231 Cholklas, P., 297 Chrislian, R., 128 Chrisloffersen, A., 260 Church, S., 32, 138, 315 Clark, B., 72 Clark, R., 172 Clark, W., 59 Clargkson, A., 59 Clawson, C., 247 Clayron, R., 170 Clayfon, R., 247 Cleary, T., 103 Cleaver, E., 150 Clemens, M., 167, 297 Clemenfs, W., 120, 121, 122, 124, 169, 274, 275, 277 Cleveland, P., 30, 89, 118, 124, 148, 206.233, 237, 276 Click, F., 59 Click, P., 59 Cline, W., 225 Clipson, A., 218 Coburn, R., 172, 222, 280 Cochran, B., 139, 233, 276 Cockerill, R., 37, 87 Cody, R., 247, 260 Colield, C., 45, 138 Cohen, D., 168 Cohen, E., 38 Cohen, E., 216 Cohen, J., 168 Cohen, J., 258 Cohen, S., 76 Cohen, S., 232, 258 Cohen, S., 72 Cohn, M., 168 Colacurcio, J., 148 Colberl, W., 59 Coleman, D., 49 Colman, N,, 139 Collins, D., 172 Collins, H., 49 Collins, P., 45, 137 Calwell, F., 76, 169, 305 Conboy, T., 167 Concilla, J., 160, 297 Condia, C., 150 Cones, M., 141 Conley, D., 76 Connelly, R., 161, 248 Connolly, B., 134, 232 Connolly, W., 164 Conroy, E., 163 Cook, R., 76 Cooke, A., 257 Cooper, B., 89 Cooper, T., 158 Copelan, O., 138 Copeland, D., 59, 72 Coppens, C., 134 Corry, C., 163 Cors, L., 167 Cors, M., 144 Corlezan, J., 87 Coslello, J., 31, 76, 119, 163, 235, 275 Callrill, A., 45 Coughlin, D., 142, 217 Covenlry, D., 158 Covinglon, J., 232 Cragg, A., 142 Craig, R., 89, 160 Cramplon, W., 97 Crawfis, E., 59, 224 Crawford, R., 229 Creighfon, J., 77, l32, I34 Crews, J., I63 Crider, C., 32, 45, 240 Crocker, A., I42 Crosby, J., I72 Crosfhwaile, J., I50 Crowe, A., 77 Crowl, C., I72 Croxfon, J., 49, l65 Crumrine, P., l59 Cruse, C., I44, 232 Culberson, W., 77 Cucinofla, J., 298 Cullen, G., l6l, 3l5 Cullen, J., I64 Cummins, V., I03 Cundall, T., I67 Cunningham, D., 59, Ill, ll9, l26, 275, 280 Dabney, D., 45, II3 Dacey, E., 59, lll, I25, 224 Dadey, D., II6 Dahms, E., II3 Dolrymple, S., 37 Damico, T., 89, 225 Damron, C., 99 Dangel, J., 77, I35 Daniel, H., 59, 227 Daniels, R., 99 Danner, R., 27, 36, I44, 267 Daubenbis, J., l4l Daulfon, P., I43 Gaskins, B., I38 Davidow, Davidow, H., I66 R., I54. I66 Davies, C., l67 Davies, G., 35, I33, I44 Davies, S., 3l5 Davies, W., 59, I72, 222, 223 Davis, B., l65 Davis, D., 45, ll3 Davis, F., l72 Davis, J., 2l7, 276 Davis, J., I67 Davis, P., 2l9 Davis, N., I34, 239, 254 Davis, P., 320 Davis, R., 2l8, 223 Davis, R., I70 Davis, R., 27, 3I, l20. l2l, I63, 238 Davis, W., I63 Davison, A., I4l, 2l6 Dawley, N., 37, 235, 239 Dawson, R., I72, 233 l03 Day, F., Day, J., 226 Dean, R., l59 Dean, R., I69 DeCamp, J., I39 DeCarlo, J., 59 Decafur, J., I60 Decherf, D., I72 DeGarmo, A., 99 Deifel, C., 77 Deininger, M., 2l6 Deinlein, R., I58 DelBene, D., I67, 297 Delaney, J., 124, I69, 287 Dells, P., ze. I35, 239 Delong, G., I62 DeLong, R., 222, 226, 233 Delopaz, D., 260 Delp, R., 59 Demakes, T., II7 Demaria, J., I63 Denham, M., 266 Denham, R., 3I3 Denier, M., 72 Dennis, E., 46 Dennis, R., 258 DeNuccio, C., 89 DeNuccio, Denny, H., Denyven, L.. 59 77 D., 59 oefbes, M., 32, 113, 134, 239. 254 DeSalvo, J., I43 Defchmendy, F., 248 Deiwiler, K., IO3 Def-zel. Q., 49 Deubel, M., 89 Deulch, L., l68 Devol, E.. 59, l65 Deweese, G.. I58 Dewi'l"l, J., 2l6 Diamanf, S., 72, 258 Diamond, H., 49, I54, I66 Diaro, L., I48 Dick, A., l35 Dick, B., 30, 89. IIS, l32, J43, 207, 3l9, 320 Dick, P., 59, 227 Dickerson, R., 3l5 Dickman, F., I63 Dickson, T., I63 Dieckman, A., l38, 3l5 Dieckman, B., 36, II7, I44, 279 Dieckman. E.. 3I5 Diehl, J., I69 Diemer, D., I64 Dieirick, G., 59 Diefferf, B., I39 Diefz, H., 99 Diefz, N., l7l Dignan, T., 50 Dillon, O., 59, 227 Dimmeif, V.. I35 Dine, L., I47 Dinerman, I., I68 Dingley, S., 77, l7l, II9, 207, 274, 275, 278 Dirr, A., 226 DiSalvo, E., 60 Dischler, A., I66 DiTommaso, D., 50, 224 DiTullio, E.. 89 Dixon, R., 3I4 Dochai, P., 46, 2I7 Dock, H., 3l5 Docfrow, N., l25 Dodds, R., 2I8 Dodge, H., I65 Doelling, R.. 50, 230 Doggeii, F., I62, 259 Doggefi, N., 60. I26 DoggeH, R., I7l, 259 Dollin, L., l56 Dolrnan, C., 77, 247, 248 Domino, R.. 229 Donafh, T.. 77, 234 Donley, C., l7I Donlon, J., 77, I42 Donnelly, J., l2B, 266 Donze, J., I64 Donze, R., I64, 257 Dooley, J., 60 Doppler, W., 50. I69 Doran, J., I44 Dorsel, J., l65 Doscher, H., 50 Doscher, M., 77, I34 Dougherfy, R., 297 Douglas, F., 27, I20, I60 Downs, V., 2I9 Dows, B., 260 Doyle, B., l35 Doyle, M., IO3 Drake, J., l2l, I26, I63. 226, 236. 275, 276 Drake, J., 87 Drescher, L., 60 Dreskin, A., I6B Driscoll, J., l24, i28, 287 Driver, J., I70 Droege, G., 89 Droege, L., 305, 3l3 Droege, R., 89, l48, 233 Duccilli, H., 99 Duermil, D., I34 Duerr, M., 30. I36, 240, 239, 249, 266, 282, 280 Duerr, R., I62 DUFF, J., 226 Duffy, M., I44 Duffy, M.. I35 Dugan, J., 232 Dunbar, P., 90, I42, 232 Dunn, D., 77, IS9 Dunn, D., I42 Dunfon, R., I70 Durban, J., I36 Durham, A., l35 Durkin, C., I64 Durnbaugh, K., I67 Dury, C., 60 Duvall, R., 60 Duwel, M., 90 Dykes, E., II7, 276, 279, 28l Eagle, 1-1., 227 Easfburn, G., I36 Easfon. W., I63 Ebel, D., 280 Ebeling, T.. I63 Eberharclf, M., 60 Eberle, L.. 50 Ebinger, J., I67 Eckerl, C., l6l, 274, 282 Eckman, L., 90, 258 Eckman, T., 258 Ecksfein, J., 258 Edelsfein, J.. I66, 304 Edwards, A., I39 Edwards, E., l35, 360 Edwards, J., I64 Ewards, W., 3l5 Ehrharr, H., 230, 257 Ehrnschwender, P., l70, 247 Eibling, J., 222 Eiche, J., I43 Eichenerger, N., 60, lll, I25, 224 Eichhold, P., 50 Eichsiadl, T., I63 Eilers, J., 50, I60 Einhorn, J., l68 Eisele, M., 77 Eiselein, A., 50, 3l5 Eiserf, E., 90, 266 Eiserl, M., 266 Elam, E., 77 Elder, J., I49 Eldon, D., 50, I70, 228 Elleri, F., 60, lll Ellioii J., 38, 90, l32, I39 Elliolf, S., I38 Ellis, H., 46 Ellis, P., 77 Ellis, W., 97 Ellman, R., l7l Elnan, O., 60. 227 Elshoff, E., l6l Elumeze, J., 77 Ely, J., 143 Emmerich, K., 224 Emmons, M., I43 Emmons, M., IIS, 225 Enderle, J., 257 Engelke, E., 30, l32, l49 238. 249 Engle, R., 3l3 Enochs, J., 77 Erbaugh, S., 60, 224 Eschbaugh, E., 46, l7I Espelage, M., I49 Esslinger, D., 50, 266 Effin, B., 90 Eusfer, S., I66 Evanoff, A., 72, 114, I37, 2l4, 2I6 Evans, J., III, 60, l26, 226 Evans, J., I20, 276 Evans, R., 77 Evans, R., 226 Evans, R., II7, I34 Evans, W., I70 Everal, R., 50 Evers, R., 50, 229 Ewers, C., 50 Ezrine, l.. II6, 77, 234 F Fahey, R., 34, 60, ll5, 225 Fahrenbruck, R., 60 Faigle, D., 77 Falck, J., 87 Falcon, L., 30, I40 Fanady, G., II6 Farber, V., l40, 2l6 Farmer, F., 50 Falh, T., 229 Faulkner, D., I60, 297 Fazzari, F., I72 Fearing. D., 77 Fegelman, R., l56 Feiler, C., 50 Feiler, J., I34, 239, 254 Feinauer, V., I72 Feldmiller, B.. 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I67, 298 Friiz, D., 297 Frilzsche. O., IO3 Froehlich, J., I69 Froehlich, J., 78 Froehlich, J., 50, I69 Frommer, P., 34, II6 Frosl, G., l7I Fry, J., IIS, 225 Frye, C., 87 Frye, J., I49 FUQ111, J., 26, 78, 144, 251 Fuhrmann, E., I63 Fuldner, H., II6 Fuldner, N., I44 Fuller, R., I69 Fullerfon, G., I58 Fullerfon, R., 99 Fullman, J., 78 Funk, l., l65 Funk, S., 78, 234, 258, 315 Funk, T., l65 Funke, J., 37 Funke, D., 90, I34 Funke, H., 72, I42 Furlong, K., 99 Fussner, M., 90, G Gabel, W., 6l, I63 Gabriel, J., 6I Gaeb, C., I39 Gains, S., l32, l40 Gaker, L., 99 Gall, l., 99 Gallensrein, R., 61 Gallagher, M., 78 Gamble, H., l58 Gones, P., I7l, 237 Gomoran, N., 78. 258 Gangl, A., 6I, 227 Garcia, A., 2I8 Gard, L., 33, 50, IZI, l6l Garner, L., 225 Garner, W., 50 Garreif, C., 226 Garreiie, J., 90 Garrison, P., 72, I42, 263, 266 I32. l45 Gasf, P., 34, Ill, I26, I72, 226, 230 Gales, D., l4l, 2I6 Gauder, C., I62 Gausepohl, M., 97 Gausman, V., 90 GebhQ.d+, C., 61, 125, 224 Gebhard+, R., I65 Gebhar+, M., l54 Gehron, M., 2l6 Geier, T., I54, I67, 276 Harris, H., 2l6 Geiger, J., 90 Geiger, J., 78, l60 Geis, M., I39 Geisen, P., 3l0, 3ll Geisler, M., 30, 72, 232. 265 Gels, R., bl, 226 Genfrup, A., l42 Geohegon, E., 78, l38 Geonberg, E., 99 George, E., llb Goldburg, S., 2l6 Gonzenbach, 8., 2l6 Good, E., 46 Goodfellow, R., l20, l65 Goodman, R., l68, 258 Goodman, S., ll6, l20, l68, 274 Gordon, J., I40 Gordon, R., 224, 297 Goffschlich, C., 6l, lll Gould, B., I47, 258 Gower, B., l7I Goyerl, C., 5l, I64 Grabo, G., I63 Grace, L., 78, IIS, 208, 236, 237, 249, 254, 276 Gradsky, M., 90 Graf, C., 6l, Ill Graf, C., 78 Graham, G., I67 Graham, T., l4l, 2l6, 3l5 Grommer, D., I24, l67, 287 Grand, J., 78 Grafe, J., I67 Grover, W.. 259 Gray, L., bl Gray, R., I59 Green, J., l55 Green, M., 78, l42 Greene, R., 6l, I25, 224 Greene. W., 78 Greenfield, I., l68 Greenfield, D., lbl Greenland, T., 247 Greer, J., 5l, l58 Greiner, O., lb3 Greiwe, B., 5l Grifalconi, J., 2lB Griffin, F., bl, lll, I54. I72, 226 Griffin, M., 72 Griffilh, D., 90 Griffifh, R., I70 Grimes, H., l69 Grimes, R., I69 Grinninger, L., 265 Groban, J., l68 Groban, R., I68 Groenke, A., bl Groenke, G., l42 Graff, L., I38, 2l7 Grogan, M., 30, 90, I48 Gross, C.. 308 Gross, E., I70, 225 Gross, E., 5I Grossheim, J., 78, l34 Grofhaus, D., 6l Grorfle, W., 79 Grover, D., I72, 233 Grubbs, M., I47 Gruber, J., 99 Gruen, C., I66, 234 Grueninger, C., l43, 23l Gudgeon, F., IO3 Grundy, L., 224 Guerfler, C., I62 Guibane, J., 79 Guiney, T., 5l, 230 Gump, J., l65 Gusseff, J., I67 Guljahr, A., 239, 254, 282 Guhwiller, J., 9l, 290, 320 Guy, J., l38 Guyol, N., 297 Guzman, J., I64 H Hass, M., 79, I62 Hachen, H., l68, 258 Hackney, B.. 6l Haessler, E., I55 Hogan, N., 46, lla, 139, 2l7 Hogebusch, F.. l37 Hagedorn, P.. l65 Hagel, J., l64 Hagen, B.. l42. 3l5 Hagenhoff, R.. l70, 225 Hake, P., 9l Hale, R., bl, 227 Haley, K., l65 Hall, T.. 72, 232 Hall, V., I34 Hollforih, R., 79 Halloran, R., 257 Halslenberg, R., I57 Hamer, E., l38 Hamilfon, A., I36 Homillon, M., l38. 2l6 Hammer, H., bl Hammond, M., 9l, 257 Hanouer, R., lbl Hancock, G., l03 Hanish, R., bl, 226 Hanlon, E.. 9I Hanlon, M., l89 Hanna, C., 79, l34 Hanna, D., 5I P., 306 Hanneken, Hannon, J., l03 Hansen, E., 6l, lll, II5. 225 Hordebeck, W.. IO3 Harden, K., I63 Hardin, G., IOO Hardin, O., 26, 79, I69 Hardin, T., 229 Harkavy, R., l47 Harker, C., Sl, 229 Harlan, N., 287 Harper, H., I34, 239, 249, 254, 279 Harper, R., 6l, lll, l7l, 266 Hyper, W., 19, 234, 267 Harpring, J., 229 Harris, l., 97 Harris, I., 225 Harris, J., 97 Harris, L., 79 Harrison, J., l38 Harrod, D., bl, 223, 222 Harry, J., 6l Hari, A., I39 Harr, P., I43 Horlman, E., 87 Harlman, J., I44 HGfl1EJ, G., II3 Haskins, J., I44 Hoslinger, L., 9l, I24, l28, I69, 287 Hassel, R., II6, l65 Hoslings, F., 33, I63 Holfersley, N., 72, l42, 23l Houck, J., I69 Houck, W., I69 Hauiil, C., I69 Hausman, R., 6l, 275, 280 Haverland, J., l03 Havlovic, J., I67 Hawk, K., I70 Hawkes, E., 5l, ll2 Hawkins, A., I32, I33, J46 Hawkins, V., 3l0, 3I2 Hayes, D., I63 Hayes, J., 79, I63 Hayes, R., l28 Healh, P.. 280 Healher, L., I00 Heafher, R., 248 Hebble, J., 9l Heberer, N., 62, I25, 224 Hechi, M., I47, 257 Heck, A.. 62 Heckmann, W., I70 Hedges, C., 62, I25, 224 Hedrick, P., 2l7 Heeb, H., l65 Heerer, A., 2l7 Heidacher, H., l48 Heinold, W., I43 Heinz, E., Sl, l34, 240 Heini, J., l42 Heini, R.. I34 Heis, E., 79, l4l Heiser, C., 3l, l65, 237 Heiikqmp, H., 32, II6, l57 Heifmonn, R., 224 Heihmon Heizer, Helder, R., l62 Hellman, L., 5l, I66 Hellming, C., 5l Henner, W., 62 Hemphill, 8.. I43 Hemsafh, R., 46 Henderson, M.. l34 Henderson, M., 79 Henderson, A., 87 Henderson, l., l35 Hendrickson, P., l60 Henn, D., 46 Hennel, G., 62, 2l9, 226 Henninger, E., l70 Henson, H., IO3 Henlh, I., I37 Herberr, E., l48 Hergei, N., I36 Herkloh, T., 3l3 Herman, L., 79 Hermerding, H.. 3l9 Hermes, R., l28 Herold, J., I63 Herron, C., I72, 233 Hersh, G., I69 Herllein, C., I64 Herweh, A., I25 Heflrick, R., I72, 222, 224 Hewiii, E., 46, l38 Hewiff, M., l35 Heyner, F., lbl, 227 Hibarger, M., l48 Hibbard, J., l65 Hickax, C., 62. l26, I72, 226 . R., 62 J., 280 Hicks, S., l60 Hidde, J., l59 Hieofl, N., I43 Higley, J., 2l6 Hileman, W., 9I Hill, D.. 3IO Hill, J., 297 Hill, N., 79, I63 Hill, R., IO3 Hillard, W., I00 Hines, P., 79 Hines, R., I46 Hinllian, H., 62 Hipple, H., II3 Hirlinger, P., I34 Hirn, J., 62, 224 Hirsch, M., 87 Hirsch, R., 5l Hirschberg, D., 62, 222, 223 Hirschberg, J., 297 Hisch, S.. 229 Hifchens, M., 9l Hoban, A., l35 Hoban, J.. Sl Hobarf, N., 9l Hack, J., I39, 239 Hockenberry, J., I67 Hodopp, R., 5l, 248, 3l3 Hodle, T., 62 Hodson, D., 46, lI3, I39 Haersl, J., 5l Hoff, R., 62. lll, 227 Hofferfh, F., I62 Hoffman, C., I70 Hoffman, J., 5l, 54, I64, 229 Hoffman, J., l54, 226 Hoffman, M., I68 Hoffman, S., 79 Hofmann, V., ll3, l43 Hoffman, W., 62 Hogan, E., I44, 239 Hogan, J., 9l Hokman, A., 239 Holdeman, R., 62, l65 Holden, W., 79 Holdi, S., I73 Hollaender, R., 5l, 230 Hollcrafi, D., 62, ZI9, 226 Holmes, D., 266 Holmes, R., 9l Holmes, S., I39 Halmsrrom, J., l72 Holschuh, J., 97 Holsinger, H., 62 Holslein, J., I24, I28, 306. 298 Holsfein, M., 268 Hollkarnp, W., 62, 223 Hallman, M., I34 Holhman, M., I66 Holzberg, D., l68 Holman, F., 280 Homer, J., I62 Hone, J., l65 Hood, C., 62 Hood, M., I38 Hoover, P., I59 Hoover, G., I70 Hopewell, J., I67, 208, 255 Hopkins, H., 36, 79, II9. l20, l54, l60, 209, 3I7 Horner, J., 79, I34 Horowih, C., I47 Horowih, E., 62 Harris, E., 62 Horslmeyer, R., l58 Horwih, E., III Horwirz, L., 38. 9l, I47 Hosey, A., l58, 282 Hoskins, F., I67 Hossli, R., 32. I63 Hosfeller, D., l58 Hoffman, D.. 223 Howard, S., I39 Howell, D., 62 Howell, R., IOO Huber, B., l35 Huber, M., 2l7 Huberl, T., I64 Hucksoll, J., ll7, I32, l36 Hudson, J., 5l, l58 Hudson, S.. I35, 282 Huesmon, C., l68 Huey, G., 3l, 5l, l2l, I54, l60 Huey, H., 5l, l60 Huey, N., 79 Hughes, D., ll3, I36 Hughes, J., l49 Hughes, P., I39 Hughes, W., 99 Huller, J., 62 Hummel, C., I37 Hummel, R., IOO Humphreys, M., ll3, l49, 239, 266 Hundemer, W., 287, 298 Hunsaker, R., l6l Hunf, M., I43 Hurley, D., l38 Hurs'r, D., 87 Husic, R.. I70, 287 Husman, P., Ill, 62 Huss, J., I67 Hyde, R., l63 Hynes, J., 30, 19, 143, 268 Hyre, H., I70 I lgel, B., 308 lmburgio, L., 298 lmfeld, C., 320 lngle, B., 30, 73, IIB, l42. 209, 235 Ingledue, P., 46 Inglis, D., 46, II3, 2l7, 265 lrons, M., 38, 9l, I49, 2l7 Irwin, M., I49, 239 lsaac, G., 224 Isaacs, R.. l28 lsbilis, C., J66 Ismael, L., 62 lsphording, S., 79 J Jackson, D., 79 Jackson, J., 45, II3, I36 Jackson, R., I59 Jackson, W., l58 Jacobs, D., l68 Jacobs, D., I67 Jacobs, L., I68, 258 Jacobs, P., 227 Jacobs, R., l60 Jacobsen, J., 266 Jacobson, R., l68 Jager, J., 297 James, J., l58, 282 Jansen, D., 5l, I24, 287 Jonlz, J., I42 Jarvis, R., 287 Jauch, A., l7l Jehnih, G., l00 Jegley, R., 52 Jenkins, D., 52 Jenkins, R., l32, I49, 234 Jenkins, R., 79 Jennewein, C., 79 Jennings, D., I43 Jervis, T., 52, I67, 306 Jesswein, A., 63, lll, I25, 224 Jesfer, H., 63, 222, 223, 280 Johannigman, J., I65 Johns, H., IO3 Johns, J., I64 Johnson, K., 226 Johnson, P., 239 Johnson, P., 63, Ill, l25. J69, 224 Johnson, R., I62 Johnson, R.. I62, 265 Johnson, V., 52 Johnson, W., 304 Johnslon, D., l65 Johnslon, L., l65 Johnslon, B., I59 Johnslon, M., l42 Johnslon, W., l54 Jones, C., l65 Jones, E., l58 Jones, F., 80 Jones, H., IO3 Jones, J., 80 Jones, K., I70 Jones, P., 80, l58 Jordan, B., l38 Jordan, J., l60 Joseph, A., 52, I62 Joseph, G., I47 Jung, M., I49 Jungclas, R., 9l, l28 Juslice, M., 80 K Kabulan, S., 9l, 23l Kadon, K., 9l, I63 Kaemmerle, B., 73. I44 Kahn, M., l2l Kaine, J., I64, 221 Kaiser, J., 224 Kalchman, H., 9l Kolomeres, R., 35 Kallenhauser, R., l65 Kammer, D., 63, 224 Kamphaus, E., 9l Kane, R., l98, 287 Kane, R., 287 Kanfer, J., l68 Karbensch, H., 80, l50 Kardos, F., I66 Kase, D., I70 Kash, L., 282 Kafhman, R., 52 Kaffin, M., l66 Kaffus, J., 9l, I32, I35 Koh, F., 63, lll, I26, 226 Kah, J., I68 Kauffman, P., l4O Kaufman, G., I67 Kavouras. G., l59 Keefe, J., 3l5 Keen, J., 52 Kees, E., I34 Kees, J., I49 Kehlmeier, R., l57 Keidel, W., 266 Keif, H., 52, 23l Keifh, R., l70 Keller, C., 80 Keller, M., I44 Keller, R., I67 Kelly, J., 91, 122, 124, 128, l64, 287, 306 Kelsey, P., 87 Kemme, M., IO3 Kemme, B., 304 Kemp, J., 80, I69 Kemper, R., 52 Kendall, R., 52 Kennedy, E., I60 Kennedy, J., 52, I60 Kennedy, R., I60 Kennedy, T., I63 Kenney, H., l65 Kenning, W., 247 Kenning, D., I69 Kenf, D., I67 Kerley, E., 97 Kernan, J., l58 Kessler, J., 37, ll8, 87 Kessler, M., IOO Kessler, R., 297 Keffner, M., l38 Keuper, B., I38 Keyes, R., I55 Keyser, L., 63 Kibble, B., 239 Kidder, G., 297 Kiefer, D., 230 Kiefer, J., 2l9 Kiefer, M., l49, 282 Kieffer, J., l65 Kifer, D., l58 Kile, D., 73, 232 Kiley, R., II6 Kimball, A., 3I, BO, 247 Kimball, M., 232 Kimble, L., I63 Kimmerle, J., B7 Kimmons, L., l57 Kang, E., I69 King, J., 87 Kang, J., 134 Kang, N., 63, 126, 226 Kinley, E., l62 Kinney, C., 52, 230 Kinsburg, H., ll7 Kinsman, R., II6 Kinsfler, R., 63 Kirby, R., 63, lll Kirch, W., 222, 223 Kirlt, T., I55 Kirsch, W., I69 Kirschner, M., 258 Kirsfein, A., II7, I34, 282 Kislrer, H., I50 Kissiclc, M., 260 Kifchen, D., I63 Kifzmiller, K., I64 Kielby, A., 63 Klaffe, P., l00 Klaus, R., 68, 226 Klausing, D., I39 Klausing, W., 52, I67 Klebonow, H., 63, l6B, 222, 223 Klebanow, M., I47 Kleesaffel, J., I44 Kleespies, P., 46 Klein, A., I70, 2l8 Klein, C., B0 Klein, R., 52, 228, 257 Kleine, B., 73 Kleine, S., l38, 232 Kleine, W., l6l Kleinman, J., 258 Kline, R., ll6 Kline, S., I70 Kling, C., I44 Klopp, W., l59 Klose, A., 236 Klofz, J., 80, I35 Kluener, J., I34, 239, 240 Klufe, J., 227 Knabe, A., 52, l6l Knaggs, T., I63 Knebel, K., 80 Knechf, J., 35, I43 Knighi, B., 30, lI7, l3fL Knoblaugh, J., I43 Knodel, J., l72 Knodel, M., I34, 233 Knodel, R., 63, lll Knopf, E., I35 Knopf, K., 9l, I35 Knoffs, R., 33, 52, l63 Knox, P., II6 Kobbe, E., I63 Kober, B., l7l Kober, J., IO3 Kobes, J., I67 Koch, R., l6l Koegel, J., 35, l48 Koegel, M., 73, l32, II4 232 Koehler, B., ISO, 23I Koehler, F.. 33, 52, I63, 230, 290 Koehler, G., I63, 23l Koehler, M., 80 Koeneclre, W., 222 Koenig, G., 229 Koerner, M., l4B Koesfer, C., I49 Koeff, A., I60 Koeff, J., I39 Kohn, S., 274, 28I Kohne, R., 80 Kohr, R., l6l, 282 K6n11e, K.. 116, 170 Kope, M., I60 Kordis, W., I69 Korfe, A., 63 Kralrovsliy, I., I66 Kramer, E., IO3 Kramer, L., l50 Kramer, K., 52, 228 Kramer, S., l38 Kropp, R., I65 Krause, M., 80, I7O Kreamelmeyer, J., 257 Krebs, W., 63, 224 Kreimer, E., ll3 Kreke, J., l45, 2l7 Kreke, J., 6l4 Kress, D., I63, 267, l6B Kroeger, l., 30, I38, 235. 239, 254, 274, 282 Kruclr, J., 46 Krumbein, G., 258 Krumbein, M., 9I Krumme, D., I69 Krummel, W., l7I, 248 Krumpe, R., 63, I26, 226 Krynslri, M., 80 Kubinslzi, J., 225 Kuecha, N., I64 Kuehne, V., I36 Kuenzel, R., l6l Kugel, l., l68 Kuhlman, M., 239 Kuhlman, R., I48, 232, 276, 279, 282 Kuhns, M., 97 Kulenburg, C., 63, 225 Kulle, R., 257 Kulle, T., 257 Kunlcel, E., 232 Kunkel, J., 46 Kurlh, J., l63, 228 Kunh. 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287 Siegel, P., 170 Sie risi, A., 83 Smi+11, R., 167 sma+1., W., sa, 115, 225 Smysor, B., 217 Smylh, R., 165 Snew, F., 55, 162 Snoddy, J., 83 Snyder, A., 146 Snyder, J., 38 128, 162, 248 Snyder, J., 143 Socol, J., 163 Socraies, J., 169 Solsman, D., 55 Sommers, M., 141 Sonderman, D.. 116, 167 Sonniag, R., 83 Sowcier, W., 134 Spahn, N., 104 Spangler, D., 83 Speclier, R., 83 Speclxman, J., 144 Speckman, V., 93 Spellman, H., 163 Spencer, D., 68, 165, 224 Spencer, W., 160 Spiegel, M., 83 Spielcer, G., 68, 111, 115. 225 Spii-2, H., 156 Span, 1.., 156 Spoerlein, W., 55 Sponsel, P., 3, 44, 127, 142 Spreen, M., 93 Spriggs, J., 68 Springer, W., 68, 226, 280 Springmeier, W., 68 Springsfon, P., 216 Sproull, B., 142 Siagnaro, D., 148 Siagner, L., 93 Sialey, S., 144 Sfander, L., 163 S1an1ey,J., 144 Sianley, C., 132, 144, 239 Siani, L., 55, 158 Slarch, S., 219 Slarlrey, H., 287 Sfarmann, C., 163 S1arr,C., 117, 83, 132, 141 S1a1mar1, N., 116 Sfeub, R., 124, 128, 287 Slaui, C., 83 Slauilaerg, G., 83, 287 9 Sie-vers, B., 138 Siiers, J., 163 Siiierlen, T., 165 Sigler, P., 149 Silberberg, F., 68, 111, 227 Silbersfein, A., 83 Siler, W., 55, 169 Silvenslein, 1., 101 Silverglade, A., 156 Simlcin, S., 258 Simmons, D., 136 Simmons, N., 142, 276 Simon, M., 101 Simons, C., 144 Simpson, C., 93 Simpson, J., 134, 217, 239 Slagle, D., 297 Sloane, V., 83 Slone, E., 68 Slone, E., 68 Slone, P., 93 Small, M., 146 Smarl, P., 121, 255 55, 229 Smifh, C., Smi+h, C., 144, 282 Smifh, C., 68 sm1+11, C., as S1'T1i11'1, D., 314 sm1+11, E., ea, 111 Sm1+h, F., 104 Siayman S., 93, 166, 287 Sf. Clair, M., 74, 149 S1. Clair, M., 149 S1. Clair, P., 122, 124, 211, 287 Si. Cyr, J., 134 Sf. Cyr, R., 134, 239, 240 Slebbins, P., 165 Siebbins, R., 6B Sieclmiller, K., 167 Sleed, J., 128 Sfeele, B., 47, 113 Sieele, C., 226 Sieele, P., 265 Sleele, W., 161 Siefiens, W., 68 Sfegman C., 158 Sfegman, T., 116 Siegner, T., 158 Sieiger, G., 224 Sleimer, W., 170, 310, Sieimer, W., 170, 310, 312 J., 166 Slein, R., 83 Sfeinberg, B., 74 Sfeinberg, H., 168 Sieinberg, W., 97 Sieiner, K., 168 Sieinle, P., 135 Slein, Sfeinmelrz, S., 83, l44 Sleinwarf, R., 297 Slellenpahl, G., 68, lll. 224 Sfemley, J., 68, l64 Sfenger, E., 68, l7l Sfephenson, H., 56 Slephenson, J., 97 Slephenson, J., 304 Stephenson, T., 237 Slellinius. N., I49, 2l4 Sleube, N.. I7l Sievenson, K., l72 Slewari, A., 47, II3. l35 Siewarl, B., 83 Siewarf, G., 169 Sfewari, J., l45 Siewarl, J., l38 Slickney, R., 68 Sficlrney, T., 56, 230, 3l3 Sfiebel, R., l40 Sliem, D., 2l8 H., l04 Sfienlrer, Slillpass, B., I47, 279 Siillpass, M., 56 R.. I67 Slimson. Slirsman, R., l60 Sfoclcelman, J., T64 Sioclrs, L., l20, I63 Slockion, E., l62. 225 Sloeclilin, J.. 55- I7l- lla Sloeclrlin, R., 69, 227 Sloll, L., I66, 232, 234 Sloller, H., l68 Slolz, J., I62 Slone, G., 247 Sloneburner, D., 223 Sfoos, R., 69, 224 Slopper, A., I43 Sfovall, J., I34 Sfraclr, D., 69 Sirafman, A., 69 Slrallon, C., I24, 287 Slraub, J., 37 Sfrauss, M., 258 Sfrouss, R., l40 Sfrichland, S., I69 Sfrielmann, A., 33, l63 Slroheim, M., II3 Sfrohmenger, A-. 52. 222. 223 Siromberg, C., l63 Sfroup, J., 87 Slraver, D., 232 Sfrybel, C., l48 Sfucker, M., II7 Siuebing, W., 69 Sluhlbarg, J., I56 Sfuhlbarg, S., 83 Sluhman, S., I37 Sudrack, C., I67 Suddendorf, R., I67 Sugawara, K., 83 Suid, A., 47, II3 Sullivan, A., IO4 Sullivan, H., I39 Sullivan, M., 56, 228 Sunnenberg, J., 3l, 93, l54 I62, 23I, 248 Surbaugh, R., lOl Sullon, F., I63 Suyemofo, M., 74 Swedes, D., I67 T Taafie, J., I34 Tadge, C., I70 Tainl, J., 320 Tanender, O., IO4 Tangeman, M., I39 Tarada, F., 84 Tarcha, P., 222 Tashiian, R., 30 Taylor, C., 30, ll7, l48, 233, 254, 276 Taylor, D., l7I Taylor, L., I42, 276 Taylor, M., 69, 224 Taylor, N., I42 Taylor, N., l58, 282 Tecca, R., I64, 247 Teliam S. l67 P. . Telford, C., 247, 248 83 Teller, J.. Teller, J., I64 Templar, J., I49 Teneholh, R., l68 Tepe, L., I7l Terwillegar, R., 255 l34 Tl-iall, E., Thomann, T., 3l, 84 Thiele, R., 222, 223 Hheisen, P., 287 Theler, A.. 3l4 Theler, J., 320 Thiel, A., I42 Thiele, G., 93, 13a Thoeny, E., 56 Thom., C., 141, 282 Thomas, C., 2l7 Thomas, C., 308 Thomas, H., 56, l6I Thomas, J., l4l Thomas, J., 74, l32, l38 232 Thomas, L., 93 Thomas, P., 93 Thomas, S., 239, 2I4 Thomas, W., 56, 228 Thomson, H., 69, lll Thompson, E., l44 Thompson, G., 287 Thompson, S., l27, l35 Thorsell, C., l6l Thrailkill, J., 260 Thul, A., 164 Thurner, Thuhler, H., 69 Tidd, C., 222, 223 Tiemeyer, C., I39, 3l5 Tierney, P., l35 Tierney, R., II9 Tierig, E., 56, 230 Tillar, R., l35 Tilloison, J., 226 Timmerman, R., lOl Timperman, E., 69, 224, 257 G., 56 mu., P., 84 Tg6f16+, G., 165 Toby, J., 258 Todd, J.. 69 Todd, W., 84 Toepferl, M., I49 Tolson, W., I70 Toio, J., 84 Tom, B., 84 Tonne, C., 84, l7l Tooley, M., l55 Towle. M., l0l Traberi, T., I24, 298 Tracy, J., l22, 287 Travis, A., l68 Trefzger, J., 305 Trice, P., l48 Trimbach, R., 56 Trousdell, T., 93, l28, I70 Trump, J., 93, l28, 3l0 llb, I69 Tschan, E., Tuclier, D., 34, 69, 226 Tuclrer, J., 69 Tuclrer, M., Tueling, H., Tupman, J., Turnbull, D., 69 Turner, D., lOl Turner, J., l50 Turner, R., 56, ll2, 230 l72 142, 254, 276 69 l65, 282 Turnfr, R., Turner, R., I62, 247, 248 Turner, J., B4 Twidale, A., l50 Tyndall, S., I38 U Uchfman, L., I49 Ulmer, J., l60 Ulmer, N., I36 Ulmer, W., l60 Underwood, W., 56 Unger, C., 37 uphoff, G., 94, 161 Upp, D., l3, 223 Urbanowicz, W., 2l8 Usinger, R., 84, l7l Ulrechl, M., II7, l49 V Vance, B., 84 Vance, M., I39 Vanderheid, B., 32, I44 Hosen, J., l58 Van Van Siclrler, R., l6l Van Wagener, M., I39 Van Wormer, W., II3 Van Zoeren, J., l65 Vassey, R., 84 Vaughn, C., 304 Vehr, C., l35, 320 Verran, A., 232 Viclr, H., 84 Vigran, A., l40, 232, 258 Vigus, L., 69, l58, 226 Vilena, G., 69, 225 Vincenl, M., l38 Voclrell, L., 69 Voegfle, J., 47 Vogele, M., l48 Vogl, M., 69 Voighr, J., I39, l32 Volli, M., I35 Vallrsladl, C., 232 Vollmer, C., 69 Volraggio, F., I64 Von Birgelen, F., 56 Vonderwische, A., I64 Vordenberg, R., 84 Vosmer, S., I42, 239 Voss, J., l6l Volaw, V., I42 W Wachendorf, J., 3l, ll6 l20, l2l, l60, 224 Waddell, J., 69 Wade, H., 56, I70 Wadsworlh, R., 69 Wagner, G., I43 Wagner, N., 260 Wahl, B., 84 Wahle, D., 3l2 Wails, C., 248 Wakefield, J., I7l Wallrer, L., I39 Wallcer, M., l4l Wallace, C., 2l9 Wallace, P., I35, 239 Walsh, M., 84 Walsh, J., I64 Walsh, M., l48 Waller, C., 84 Waller, R., 224 Wanamolrer, R., l04 Wanninger, C., l04 Ward, B., I39, 2I7 wma, W., 69, 222, 223. 280 Ware, L., IO4 Warmann, C., 94 Warner, J., 69 Warner, R., l0l Warner, R., l35, 265 Wasil, J., 70 Wasmer, J., B4, l38, 3l5 Wasserman, M., II6, l20 l68 Wallrins, G., l0l Wailcins, V., I46 Walson, E., 74 Walson, J., 97 Walson, J., l38 Walson, R., l62 Weaver, C., 70 Webb, L., I39 Weber, F., l6l. 230 Weber, J., l48 Weber, J., l48 Weber, M., 74 Weber, M., I37 wedig, H., I69 w6iI, A., 308 Weimer, B.. I38, 282 Weiner, I., II7, I47, 247. 279 Weiner, J., IO4 Weiner, T., 70 Weinslein, A., l0l Weir, P., 56 Weir, J., 2l8, 223 Weis, D., I56 Weisel, W.. IO4 Weisenberger, W., 70, 222, 223 Weiser, N., ll6 Weislrillel, J., l6l Weiss, B., I36. 232 Weiss, D., 70 Weiss, J., 234 Weiss, R., 84 Weissman, R., l65 Weisler, C., l63 Weifzman, D., 38, 94 Welch, R., 70 Welling, V.. I43 Welmer, R., 298 Werner, W., 224 Wernersbach, A., 56 Wernersbach, J., 56 Wernesbach, J., II3 Werl, E., l36 Wesselman, J., 84 Wesl, R., I6l, 230 Wesl, R., 56 Weslerline, P., l55, 2l8 Wesferlund, K., 70, Ill, I25, 224 Wesfermon, J., I42 Whealley, E., 70, 226, 223, 222 Whealley, M., I39 Wheeler, M., I44 Wheeler, R., 70 Whilcomb, J., l0I Whilcomb, W., 70 While, C.. 249 whiie, G., 70 While, l., I47, 258 While, M. Whilford, D., 34, 70, l60, 227 ,84 Whiling, L., I44 Whiflalrer, D., lOl Whiflinglon, J., 66, 2l4, 2l7 Wiclrham, D., l60 Wiegand, D., l58 Wiehe, J., 3l3 Wiehoff, S., I62 Wiersema, R., 247 Wigbell, B., 94 Wigger, R., l6l Wigser, O., I47, 258 Wilbur, R.. 70, 226 Wilcox, R., 36 Wildemuih, R., 56, l64, 257 Wildey, R., 265 Wiley, I.. 117 Wilhelm, W., I63, 23l Willer, R.. l72, 226 Williams, J., 94, l2B Williams, M., 74 Williams, P., I7l, 222 Williams, R., I62, I7l Williams, R., l62 Williams, W., l28 Williamson, G., IO4 Williamson, S., l38, 3l9, 320 Willsey, R., 224 Willrinson, C., I70 I43 Wilson, B., Wilson, B., 143 Wilson, C., 229 Wilson, J., 70, I25, 224 Wilson, J., 267 Wilson, J., I63, 279 Wilson, J., 56, I62 Wilson, J., l7l Wilson, M.. l50 Wilson, P., l38, I9I, 263 Wilson, R., 56 Wilson, R., 227, 224 Winder, C., 70, 224 Winder, D., 70, l25, 224 H., 70, l6l Winnes, Winslel, F., l62 Winsfon, W., IO4 Wise, C., l43 Wiseman, J., 35, 74 Wilschger, M., I49, 232 wi++, L., 163 wan, w., 137 Wifuclri, J., 297 Wiher, C.. 258 Wladeclli, W., l0l Woelfel, W., IO4 Wahlen, R., 227 Wohlwender, W., 229 Wolanin, L., 84, 2l8 WOJT, L., 16a Wolf, R., 167 Wolf, S., 147, 258 Wolfe, E., 248 Wolfe, R., I6I Wolff, W., 56 Wolfgang, W., l54, l72 224, 259 Wones, C., 70, 226, 233 Wood, D., 74, I33, I43 23l, 232 Wood, J., l04 Wood, J., 70, 224 Woodburn, A., 260 Woodling, A., 260 Woodward, P., lOl Woodworlh, T., I63 Woolley, R., I7l Woollon, W., l60 Worden, B., I4l Wormus, R., I7l Worsham, B., II7, I39 Worlh, D., l58 R., 56 Worlh, Wrighl, B., I44 Wrighf, D., 255 wraghi, J., 94 Wrighl, K., 84 Wrighf, K., l60 Wrighl, R., l65 Wuenlrer, R., 84 Wuenlcer, J.. 84, l7l Y Yaney, P., I55. 3l3 Yales, F., l72 Yauss, W., 257 Yeager, N., I47, 258 Yeager, P., 308 Yelfon, P., 287 Yepsen, H. , l65 . 85 Yoder, L., l59 Young, A., 3l5 Young, C., l4l Young, D., I68 Young, D., 70 Young, G., I62, 247 Young, L., 2l7, 265 Young, R., I63 Young, W., 2l8 Z Zajicelr, D., 297 Zarlman, E., 28, 37, B7 ll8, 2ll, 274 Zeh, T., 70 Zeigler, J., 3l, II3, l20 l2l, I24, I67 Zeiller, M., l48 Zemsliy, E., 94 Zemslry, M., 56, I56 Zimmerman, M., 85, I37 Zimmermann, R., l65 Zinlchon, F., I42 za., N., 56 Zoellner, H., 56 Zoller, J., 70, 22, 223 zopff, J., as, 15a Zumbiel, R., I64 Zumberg, J., IO4 Zwich, R., 320 Zwosfer, P., 232 presidenf-james d. cosfello vice-presidenf-don maylmll sec.-freas.-kirby lancasfer , ,. ,X .L W- - """ ' ,.x, - , K A ROW IA-Mayliall, D, Cosfello, J, Lancasfer, K, Davis, S, Huey, G ROW Z-Heiser, C, Brill, R, Kin1ball,A, Browne, W,, Vllachs, B ROW 3iMon9gamery, R, Zeigler, J, Goelz R Brown, E, Nelson, A ROW -1-Sunnenberg, J, Freson G, Bauer, D, Thomann, T, Mappes R 0 nlelfs senate The Men's Senafe is, in a way, fhe "Big Brofl1er" fo all fl1e men's organ- izafions on campus. Sfrengfhened 'rhis ferm by a revision of ifs consfifufion, fhe Senafe was more successful flwcn ever, lf sponsored fewer acfivifies, buf aimed for perfecfion in wl1a+ if did. The main proiecf of +l1e Senofe fhis ferm was 'rhe Orienfafion Program for new male sfudenfs, a program designed fo help l'l1e incoming men fo find fheir places in fl1e various acfuvifies offered fo men af U.C. And fhen, when fhey gef info +l1ese acfivifies, fhey find flwey are sfill under +l1e iurisdicfion of Men's Senafe, for if coordinafes acfivifies of all men's organ- izafions, as ifs prime dufy 'lo observe closely and sfudy fl1e acfivifies of flnese groups. So 'rlne "Big Broflneru can become "Big Policeman" if you're nof careful! Page 3 I f?fL,,,X WVJQX W 4 Qi x 1 m ,- 1 v-, ,. 1:-1.-Q' f 5 'V Va r. ' 15 '5-'H R " f 1.3154 'ufiyfl f.'sfv.1:5,..1 br .iv -si-'SX 'Q "" kv 'vt . 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I? , - J: -.1 ' J' 1 qfq.56pg.Jq,-I JEf63S::5,4Eif,:tRf iq '5 16. get F 1.4 A f.Z.J's'f,4."' . vu-" or-r J '5f1".,.'E'Tgg?U hAifl'34fif5!'-'i- 44: eng' F l 2 ft gi if g 5' t Y +21 n 05 g -L J., if E 'i 5, If studs: gi vig: t its Q if 4 ,Q 13.31 .. 3 F Abi ,E '- 3611, .iv , . . ., - , , . . i V A ., i L 45 V ,'- , 6' A .7 4 M v 'A V , mf 2111242532525g,W:,e,..:1 z::,:,?a:x:::fzf:.Q,m:,fn 1,1 25:1 , f , . M s KNE:LINu-Runck, J ROW I-Crude-r, C, Shruner, P, Vanderherd, B, Haswell, B ROW Z-Bloodgood, J., Loewe, E, Heiikarnp- T frrwlh J Lo-Qkharf, J Church, S ROW 3-Fisher, D, Hassll, R, Pecsali, J, Glasgow, H applied arts tribunal 0 A full schedule of evenls, supervised by 'rhe Applied Arfs Tribunal, kepf 'rhaf college quife busy. The prime obieclive of 'lhe Tribunal was 'lo 'furlher friendly relalionships wi+hin 'rhe college ifself. A Freshman Mixer opened 'Phe year and was followed by an Applied Ar+s Convocclion. The college is noied for The spirif of cooperalion belween +he sludenls and facully as was evidenced by 'rhe Egg Nog Pcrly shorlly preceding +he Chrisimas holidays. During The year lhe Tribunal sponsored fhe Dean's Discrelionary Fund and plugged for fhe new Applied Arls Building Fund. HighIigh+ of lhe season was lhe gala Beaux Arls Ball where AA sludenfs and professors alike donned lheir mosl fan+as+ic crealions. When a iob's well done, everyone lilces fo lake rhal' lasl liHle fling, so 'rhe Tribunal 'lhrew a picnic for lhe whole college. Page 32 preside-nf-philip shriner vice-presiclenf-marilyn derbes secretary-lcafie crider Treasurer-barbara vanderheid Jresiclenl-bill mcgra+l'1 'ice presidenl-click mappes ecrelary-pliyllis sponsel reasurer-larry gard a business administration tribunal Firmly mainfaining +ha+ llieirs was "flue besl cl-4- 'rribunal on campus," 'rhe fourleen members of llie Business Adminislralion Tribunal kep+ aclive enough 'ro gain a good deal of supporl for +l'1a+ proud slalemenl. ln +l'ieir clulies of regulaling and co-ordinaling 'rhe sfudenl aclivilies of 'lhe college, fliey carriecl ou? a lull and variod program. Tribunal members loolc an acfive parl' in +lwe Orien+a'fion Program, 'rl1is year inauguraling a Frosh Smoker willw Gilmanizecl movies and refreshmenls. The Tribunal Dance was anolher of 'fhe program's higlmliglwls, and the annual Picnic, feafuring a s+uclen+ facully baseball game, free food, and free flowing clrinlrs, was a salisfying success. ROW I-Gard, L., Mappes, R, Sponsel, P., McGra1h, W. ROW 2-Haslings, F., Knofls, R,, Broclrmeier, R, Reardon, T, Campbell, E ROW 3-Bishop, R, Slrielrnann, H, Koehler, F, Campbell, R, Monlgomery, R engineering tribunal o Holding 'rhe reins of lhe College of Engineering was a body of fifleen members called lhe Engineering Tribunal. Responsibilily was high when 'rhis body decided on imporianl issues co-ordinafing 'lhe acfivifies of 'rhe various engineering organiza+ions. Social life also came lo lhe fore as 'rhe engineers forgol' lheir books and slide rules lo enjoy 'Themselves a+ affairs sponsored by fhe Tribunal. Oulslanding among lhe evenis of lhe year was lhe Engineers' Ball and Co-op Day. Annually, an award is presenled by +he 'rribunal +o fhe oul- slanding senior in 'rhe College of Engineering. Thus business and pleasure dom- ina+ed +he scene as +he Engineering Tribunal coniinued 'lo promoie full coverage of the engineers a+ lhe Universiiy of Cincinnaii. ROW I-Merrill, J., Tucker, D., Dangel, H., Sachs, L. ROW 2-Miller, J., Rohn, E., Whiflord, D. ROW 3-Lenz, H., Miller D Gas? P ROW 4-Fahey R, Fromrner, P, Fells, D. presidenl'-donald fucker vice presidenf-lee sachs secrelary--park gasl lreasurer-iohn merrefl' presidenf-mary aglamesis vice presidenf-rurh schmid secreiary-doris brighom +reasurer-dorry bready YVK- QCP 5' vr' rv aw di Q9 Dfx d 'Q -151. rec .--Liv ROW I-Aglamesis, M, Bready, D, Schmid, R, Brigham, D. ROW 2-Koegel, J, Davies, G, Wiseman, J ROW 3- Knechf, 1, Kaiomeres, R, Russe, R. O 0 ' I l0lllI3 Qellllllllllfs tl'l llllfl These gals in Horne Ec pounded +he gavel on all 'rhe srudenr acrivilies of +he college. Mixing srudies wifh business, fhey assisled Mefro in fhe Chrisrmas parf for under-privileged children, and rhey ran a campaign fo keep food our of +heir lounge. Wifely chores like 'rhese were good pracrice for fhe fu'I'ure. Those original decorarions everyone admired in +he lounge before Chrisfmas were rhe resulr of many hours of 'rheir hard worlc. Afier +alcing parl' in +he annual Faculfy-Srudenf Chrisfmas dinner rhey held open house in The spring for high school seniors from all over Ohio. The year ended wirh a picnic for 'rhe en+ire college in honor of 'rhe seniors. Page 35 f -3" S GQ-i l '3' I 9 43 xr '--r Qhnfa ROW I-Pufnarn, T, Danriery R ROW Z-Burniller, W, Dicclwmann, B, Frank, P ROW 3-Hopkins, H, Wilco R s l rel all all ts tl 1 num o The Liberal Arls Tribunal which acfs in a supervisory capacily as fhe gov- erning body of lhe College of Liberal Arfs has accomplished much in helping lheir college lhis year. Movie machinery and lhe necessary equipmenl for i+s use was purchased for lhe es+ablishmenl of a visual aids cenler in McMiclien l-lall. This cenler and ils fulure library of films can be used by any group in lhe Liberal Ar+s College. Draperies and piclures were hung in lhe bumming room in New McMiclcen lo relieve The auslerily of l'he hall. Wasle paper bas- lcels and pencil sharpeners were also boughl for 'rhe larger leclure rooms in ihe building. The Tribunal ioined wilh TC and N 81 H lo sponsor lhe annual Chrisf- mas parly. A speakers' convocalion was sponsored laler in lhe spring and fhe year ended wifh a picnic of 'rhe combined colleges. Page 36 presidenl-'rom pulnam vice presiden+-rosemary danner secrefary--beHy dieckmann lreasurer-ierry 'feller residenf-ioanne lressler ice presiclenf-iudy slraub zcrelary-marilyn sininger 'easurer-rosie coclcerill o nursing and lu-alth tribunal The Nursing and Healfh Tribunal noi' only carried our lhe adminisfraiive funclions of ifs college, buf also provided many social funclions for 'the hard- working nurses. This group planned fhe college formals- one in December for fhe enfire college, and one in fhe spring +o honor +he graduafing class -carried on fhe annual 'teas for 'the parenfs, faculfy, and s'ruden+s, and joined forces wirh Liberal Arfs and Teachers College Tribunals for a Chrislmas Open House. Even 'though 'rhey were lcepf busy wilh These dufies, each one carried an eighl hour clay and found 'rime +0 parficipale in many ofher campus acfivifies-including cofifee in +he grill. ROW I-Sfraub, J, Cozkerill, R, Kessler, J, Fox, J, Naugle, E ROW 2-Archarnbeaulf, L, Funke, J, Finley, M, Ringwald, M, Mounrs, J ROW 3-Mills, E Messinger, J, Za'rrnon, B Unger, C ROW 4-Dalrmple, S, Dawley, N, A h b h E sc en az, ra' 'D' .- 1, Q. .X teachers' college tribunal o Members of rhe Teachers College Tribunal were lrepl busy noi only man- aging 'rhe governmen+ of fheir school ancl seHling problems of classroom pro- cedure, buf also planning social evenls +hroughou'r lhe year. An Orienlaiion convocafion for incoming Teachers College freshmen was 'rhe firsl even'r on lheir calendar. Designed especially 'lo promofe a closer relafionship berween slu- denrs and facul+y of the college was fhe annual Chrislmas open house. S+uclen+ +eachers became be'r+er acquainfed wi+h rheir co-operaling ieachers a+ +he Teachers College reos especially for 'rhis purpose. Rounding ou+ +he season was a spring musical. ROW l-Weifzrnan D, Chenowelh D Crossen, H, Irons M ROW 2-Relhmeier, M, Horwilz, L Elliott! J, Rice, B ROW 3eCohen E Delis P Burchell E ROW 4-Snyder, J, Lowe, B, presiclenf-miriam irons vice presidenl'-bill lowe rec. secrefary-dolly weilzman cor. secre'rary-dell chenowe+h freasurer-mel relhmeier e grallllati E' U.S. E QIQFW LJQINITS fi. LEQR -xsnw-x -Q., vm, .A. -----.....,....,....-J, W .WN MV a Wk, N t .---X-.f-.-.N-..-...,x,... , N 1-W-'N -M M- ..,...x..,..,..,.., Q -- ----....... -........... 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The various colleges had banque+s in honor of lheir senior members. On Friday +he graduafion exercises were held in Nipperf Sladium. Page 42 'iv pf' Nr v--Q, -5. :W -14' e"4z- o senior week Thai lasf wonderful weeli finally come. After years of work and sfudy, fhe dreams of +he seniors were answered. Acfually fhe days were so crowded +ha+ +hey fairly flew. Seniors had +ha+ gaze in 'lheir eyes and under-classmen sighed-someday. Dia- mond rings brolce oul' like fury and plans began fo formula+e. The college daze was 'roosled a+ fhe Spof, as 'rhe new grads sfarled reminiscing. Sheep- slrins were framed, souvenirs s'rored away-'fo be dreamed over in la'rer years. 55'-, X X V , is 'P-wks, Qi? .s K z- : we Sskj Q j 'd,., -1 it ,- is ' K' 'Y -' C352 5 N 1 x .,3 Q 'A A '11-Q 1 . QQXKN i . QEZQQZQ' yraxhl 7, ' . '11, R X., DQ .Y .Q gi if ,L g:f,.,C-N 'gi ff . 5:1 0-New '41 '19 li s, , '-Qlrfnix., V 3 5, -. js. .,i,..s. 5 s N-gn lib :r::1r,q5q3919'-: .- " X- Qly .fre --new-QQ? Sv N E - x , 15 ipqp -"' x Net' , , a.s+.:Su, If A . i ii 5 1"'-idfff, ,.L,.ff x xi FM' X' if 1 is A ' 'f he f-HBNRNT xf:2F2N1'ii? , Page 44 'fa' o college of applied arts The College of Applied Arfs is famous on cam- pus, among ofher fhings, for sfudenfs who can carry amazing amounfs of paraphernalia. They pur- sue courses in Archifecfure of Arf laden wifh fhe fools of fheir frade. Buf despife fheir burdens and fhe frenzied acfivify of sevenfh week, fhe AA's, under genial Dean Earnesf Pickering, manage fo receive excellenf fraining-and have an awful lof of fun, 4. i ,ff NN 'Y' applied arts O ABEL, BETTY LAWfB,S, C7rvC'ff-all CIII'i4Ze'J 'IC Apio, Az' BCQVJI, A,A Tribwgngl, VIC, Mmnmers, LInIs, Vordfy Vordflew, Ejvrfy-miners, Ciffiu CII,-b Ewi-'rc PII Eeld, AIS., A,I.W. AHRENS, MARY LOU-B.A,A., Cimjmfr., Oh CAEI-EIN: EI-efro Ee-Ifu IVKH9-Eve..I JIvnI:v AIJIVIQQI., Im CIwcIfw, CIn:Irmo'I-nm, M nv'vQf'5, CIE-9 CINE, Ped Cri-LL Dew PHI DQIWQ, Y,W,C.A., Ummm I-II:-3piIoIIIy Com. ANDRAUD, MONETTE HELEN-BS, Cmglnmxiafl, fII1II:vCIi Omego, Vorshy Von Pies, Clminrofon IAS' Ed I, Y.WC A. APPEL, BURTON R.7B.S, CIr1imr'C1':, OI"-1-MEF, T , Sf dew' QCII, Erin M-3mI, Ufrm 'CL ARMONDOFF, MRS. WARREN--BE. BAUER, ELAINE L.--E S, Cinqmnon, Ohm BEST, CLAUDE W.-BS, BA. CIN? fowl ffIImL-BQIJ4 Arrs Ba! IlfcIfCIIr If'eI'g PIM DUIH: BINNS, GEORGE W., JR.-B S, C"vIrn'3'I QIMC. BLOODGOOD, JANE KIEFER-B S, BAA, A. rare, III.-Ze'-J Tix' AIpIw:x VVwrf'en'f Sera AA Twb PJI, Ie-'n F: Ifevz EVE-'D Bfovwj. .I F r Adxfiwfs, Inwn CIQWII'-1, Ci In II IS? CI" I, ,I mfr C PS'-1-t' IE'rf35..I, A if CI E"'rw',vy VVcm,-n BONNELL, JEAN-I3 AA QIr'j"'r'f3':, QrII,7A.'j:Fn CM 'EI 911, Wqfg Wg? I: Cfwb, ,Iwm-'Iv Arfivvr-v., EU? I-J DIN EIQIHJ, BOONE, BARBARA JC-BG CIrMjn:m3v Qw Kfhgppg I-gppg, If-,3ff,m,3, V,Hg,,,, VON Hi-1, ENN-A ri: , M YW-1-f I rw 'G ,I ' jr :QW C B913 - Av' BJ' ICIM, EwM'rrIJIPrr'a'M CI fm I, BRISTOL, JEAN T. --BS, CIIKIW I AI' --VIIM,-'IJ Em AIFI-q IP gh CQ-I, Qmfg fx' Jw lies- Pagiwj, IV. vm-I r BROWN, WILLIAM R.-MES, Nc' E-rn rv, 'TE 1, BRUMSEY, PAUL W.-E EI., EAA, Prev BvTCI'v, N "' I J ,wlf-Aw PITITC BURCHETT, EDWIN P.---BS, JefIw', IQr",:II,, BUTTELWERTH, JOHN W.fBS, BAA, C,4"Ii'nr'3fw Im- -LIC Bixmj, IYIIL-.4 CARR, EDWARD M. IIfB,S., H n"rf:rT', Wg-if Vugmun CARTLIDGE, BETTY J.vI3.'S., Cinfr 'I, Qhv, COFIELD, CAROLYN-BS, Medi Arg Ivdm'3, COLLINS, PATRICIA J.fB.S., BQIIICUICIIHQ, OIIQ-AIp+I3 Ommw1n Vi, 'INVC A, WIQ Woq, C0-'Tp Cyb, Evesmwcn CrImrrl1,IIjVv. COTTRILL, ARTHUR WILLIAM-BS, cIf.mf,, gm , CRIDER, CATHERINEABS, Cmcinmoh, Ohio-Ioppfn Ioppa Gamma, Junior Ad- vieorf. Camp CLE, Vigwame, Y,W.C.A, AA, TrIb,no2, DABNEY, DAVID H.-EIS, AIm:r'?, Mfrvlqcn-A.pFo Sgrfo PIM, DQIIQ PM DQIIG. DAVIS, DEE C.-BS., 'Dewey C'fJ:ro:Ic-DeI'o PM EfeI'o. wi ll Q X35 I , I 6 QA, X xi A J QQ J ' A ' ,. I' 'I V an 'I l -Z t Y' X , ' A' I , :A kswg, . W K . ,, 4. me 3. 5 ,R "', , A N x N C. x 1' is - X Ek w - .-..aT,,.-. SAE' L4L+.L1-ug A311-.5--:,,' K F' V .ex :xg Nw Q tfwxk da N2- 112.1 X Q - 93 X ,fs :""' . ZS" 'K' f . X ,Mi It "'X wif: . I N1 . . ' I ex 1 ir: -rx! 1.-P Q +-a t' B ggi FI: I X AH ' ' ' A 4 42 Ed , X .-W" X " -N.. ' ,,. Q, Q X- ,. X I sux, ' - ' 'f-Q' Q s - ' ... mf .3 E 4- ,nfs ff, A' I :Sy ' . ,A'Ak f . 45 A sissy? , R -v . K - , Ls N 'L x. - . ' A sq. X AA 2 ,- A ,, . --if Y 5 A-M - X f . Q X .,,, ...,, . ' I. 'J gj , 4 - '-I 1' - ,siwi-:H : . 3 -- Page KS 'P fgffirk X X MQW WV I cQQ,'WW4H?1i7k922w1 N f X , M. sw J eineinnatian for fifty-one editor . . . . Wm. elements bus. mgr. . . roht. sehwindt Page I 2- I I .- V -5. ' .jr i- MY? Ti gi .i S if A fl .2 2 -A 'T' I A 1' il .11 ' A 'fl -fill .rl +. -A HSV- ' -if M., Q.. L . 32.3 WW 1 - is -f - . - I? Q37 , A at ff-,, e. .. W- -.if - Sl 3 ,, V t , . L9:ie.:f- I si. , ' . .if A i Y .. .AQ 4: 'fl' ' 72 gf .,.f .Q SJ 'an Q", 5 1 -.1 .,- -A 5 ' v-,V .., . b I 1' 1 I1-4 I . '- -w ,f . nv -9' Page 46 Y. ,Q 1 l A pw.. O applied arts DENNIS, EILEEN SYLVIA-B.S., Middlelcwri, Ohic-Della Phi Epsilon, Hillel, Mum- rners, Prolile. Cciep Club, Y,W.C.A. DOCHAT, PATRICIA M.4B.S., Danville, Pennsylvania-Oornrna Della, CO-ep Club, Y,W.C.A. ELLIS, HAROLD-BS, ESCHBAUGH, EMERSON--BS., Daylon, OhiofTnela Chi II-louse Mgr., Rush Chnl, A.A. Tribunal, Della Phi Della, Murnniers. FITZGERALD, THOMAS J.-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Arls. Board. FLEMING, JOAN-BS., B,A,A., Cincinnali, Ohioglnler-dorrnilory Council, Mum- mers, Union Corn., Y.W.C,A., Arls Board, W.A.A,, News Record. GOOD, ELLEN-BS., Miarnisb ng, OhiofD-ella Phi Della, Cofep Club. HAGAN, NAN-BS., Hazard, lfenlqclyr-Della Della Della, Glee Club, Y.W,C,A,, Rillery, Dorrn Counselor. HEMSATH, ROBERT-BB. HENN, DRUCE P.fB.S., Cincinnali, Ohio. HEWITT, MARGARET--BS., Parlrersburg, Weil Vlrginia7Chi Omega, Della Phi Della, Alpha Lambda Della, Cofep Club, Dorm Counselor. HODSON, DORIS J.-BS., Cincinnoli, Ohio. INGLEDUE, PATRICIA A.AB.S., Cincirinali, Ohio. INGLIS, DOROTHY B.-BS., Madison, Indiana-Memcrial Di:-rm Council llr. Coun- selor, Tres.l, Olee Club lBoard, Tres.l, Della Phi Della, Spiral Inc., Y.W.C.A. JACKSON, JOY ANNfB.S., Vincennes, lnclianofAlpha Oarnrna Della lSeC.l, Junior Advisors. Delta Phi Della, Wealey Fi,f'ldOTC'VT lBoard of Direclorsl, Co-ep Club. KLEESPIES, PEGGY ANN-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohic-fChi Omega lSang Leader, Rush Chnl, Alpha Lambda Della, Band, Tau Bela Sigma lRec. Seal, Della Phi Della. KRUCK, JOAN-B.S,, Cincinnali, Ohio. KUNKEL, JOHN E.-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Della Phi Della, Cincinnali Arl Club, Profile, LANG, MARION ELIZABETH-B.S,, Cincinnali, Ohio-Zela Tau Alpha, Y,W.C.A Wig Wag, Arla Board lVice-preel, Murnrners, Varsily Vanilies, Cincinnalian Spiril Inc., Sailing Club, Della Phi Della. LIMKE, GEORGE H.-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Della Phi Della. LYLE, THOMAS R.-BS., Vandalia, Orin-Alpha Sigma Phi lPres,l, MC VEY, SUE ANN-B.S., Indianapolis, Indianaglfoppa Alpha Thela lpub. Chr., Soc. Chnl, Junior Adviaors, Freshman Slyle Show lChr.l, Y.W.C.A., Murnmers. MEYER, VERA LEE-BE., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, R.O.T.C. Honorary Cadel Colonel, Scabbard and Blade Honorary Caplain, Arnold Air Sociely I-Ioncrary Maier, A.A. Tribunal, Murnrners, Early-niners, Wig Wag, Olee Club. Sludenl Direclory, Union Corn., Arls Board, Junior Advisors. MORSON, BARBARA LEE-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Wig Wag, Varsily Vanilies, Murnrners, Junior Advisors, Cincinnalian, Y.W.C,A., Forly- niners. applied arts O MULHOLLAND, ROBERT PATRICK-B.S,, Cincinrlali, Ohio-Sigma Alpha Epsllorl, Kappa Kappa Psi, Melro, Band, Arrlolcl Air Sociely llxlall Treas.l. Sophos, R.O.T.C. PALMER, DON-B,S., l-lamillon, OhiclADella, Prolile. RAPPOLD, EDITH LILLIAN-B.S,. Cirlcirlnali, Ohio-A,l.S. lSec'y,l, W.G.S. Council, Arls Board lSec'y.l, Y,W,C A., A.l,W. lVice Pres., Sec'y.l. REECE, PATRICIA A.-BS., Cirlcinnali, Ohio-Della Della Della llqec. Seal, Jllnilzlr Advisors, Della Phi Della, Y.W,C.A. RODGERS, JULIE-B.S., Chillicalhe, Ohio-Alpha Lambda Della. Della Phi Della, Corlvocalion Corrlmillee, Judiciary Comrrlillee llvlem. Dorrrl.l. RUNCK, JEAN-BS., Cincinrlali, Ohio!-Della Della Della lRu5h Chnl, Mummers, Glee Club, Wig Wag, Y.W.C.A., Vigilance, Profile, News Record, Orienlaliclrl Board, Sailing Club, Psychology Club, A.A. Tribunal lVll3e Pres., Soc. Chnl, A.A. Exhibllion Cammillee Chairman. SCHLEGEL, DONALD P.eB.S., Allerllawn, PerlnsylvarliaABela Thela Pl, Varaily Basllelball, Scarab, A,A, Tribunal. SCHOCK, EVE R.-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio. SCHUMACHER, RUTH ANN-B.S., Cincirlrlali, Ohio-Thela Lambda Della, Della Phi Della, Pralile. Pill Alplm, Alpllo SEIDEL, RUTH C.-BS., Cincirlrlali, Ohio-Della Ze-la, Dellu Phi Della, Alpha Lambda Della. SELLERS, MARY ELIZABETH-BS., Clncinrlali, Ohio-A.l.S., W.G.S,, Glee Club, Della Phi Della. A l.W., Y M CA, SHAFER, CARL A.ffB.S., Cinclrlnali, Chia, SHRECK, MRS. M.-BS. , . SHRINER, PHILLIP L.-BS., Cirlcirlrlali, Ohio-Phi Della Thela ,Vrije Plegel, Slrldlml Council, A.A. Tribunal lPres,, TreaS.,l, Mummers lpub. Direclor, Arl Dlleljloll, Forly-rlirlers lPulo. Arl Dlreclclrl. STEELE, BARBARA OLDS-BS., Ciricinmali, Ohio-lfappa Kappa Gamma, D-:lla Phi Della, Junior Advisor, Y,W.C.A. STEWART, ALICE-B.S.. Clrlfirlrlali, Ohic-Alpha Della Pl lP.l5H Chr, Vlce Pre. l, Della Phi Della. SUID, ALFRED L.+B.S., Cirlcinrlali, Ohio-Fcrly-rllrlers, Della Phi Della, lZ.F.A., Hillel, I.S.M.F.T. VOEGTLE, JEANNE ANN-B.S,, Clnclnmlll, Ohio-Alpha Della Pl lP.,li.h k,hr,ll Glee Club, Early-rlirlers, Varsily Varlilles. Y.W.C.A,, Cc-op Day lChrl Serllfr Weell Corrlmillee, Cinclrlrla ian, Co-Op Club, WERNERSBACH, ELAINE GARNER-BS., Clncirlrlall, Ohio-Zela Taxl Alpha, Arla Board, Della Phi Dellaf-lNOT PICTUREDL ' .sg 'Kff X K, Q w. ,-,' ' ai .ma ' -X.. ,es QETX .slim N.. i n X F gejf - ' . il 4115. . Swv jfiyi N-X SN l X Q X S Qs Q X 1 'N X X X3 X x 5 - Cliff 1 ' - ' Q. Qif Y-' 1 t .M .:.-:.. 9 Il A , W., ,, .fw- -- N X , F , Y N s if l PX Bfyd' .,. V r , S S --3 .1 'lf 1 - me , . , WL, ., Q . x 'E :f i-1 - s-A ' QQ fkx 3' .. 4. gg .g X , x .ei .. .Gwfgl --:gl -.V vig... Q is aa - -rf' -. 'F' .f fl . '51 x . aw fu. ln ,X ' 'N ...- 1? '15 5 --f' ' - , ...gr .1 . ,gr e.l.., :SifiX?f1r: . "N Y - .. lim fivexf eEe-.semis A . Q. -L We ,. 'fr sK,wf 'X , Q X., .2 x X Z -X -r.,,. .v P21 Q. J ,Q 'Qi' -32 H 417 .A f ' li., Page 47 A ,ff ff, V ,lay . I ,.-" i ,Z ,'.- fi Ill, ,Xi .. Y t 1 11"--1 anna-.qty ...Q-v""' 9 'o X. ' Q Q .- ' r.. sf 2 'S' -- Q. V . ,. T--Msiixsfrssx is liter.: fix .. ,fi5Qf5'f'fg , ...- - .M 'ft I V-:.j:2-v1Sif:"fx , ' Z " ' ' , i 11 X A, vi ing 4' V .fm . W 547, 45, l Y I , "i4 .:,f..xA" o college of bus. administration The corridors of Hanna Hall are lhe daily habilal of +l1e fufure Tycoons and Veeps enrolled in Hue College of Business Adminislralion. Under flue capable guidance of Dean Francis H. Bird, sfudenls are prepared 'lo mee'I' lbe increasing de- mands of business for lrained personnel. The basic program of business fundamenlals combined will: fhe co-op sysfem provides an excellen+ background for careers in a variely of fields. business administration I AGIN, JERRY-B.B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Slgma Chi, Progress Por'y, Spzl Sill-sl Club, DGIF Club, Inframurols. ALDERBRINK, JOSEPH-B.B.A., Grand Roplds, Mlclwigon-Borvcl, AUFDARBACK, JACK-B.B.A., Ludlcw, Kemwcly. BAILEY, MIRIAM J.-B.B.A., Wlweellng. Wes? Vlrgirfa-Alplwa Gamma Lf 'C ff-'ev Club, CO-Ep Club, Y.M,C,A., Arla Bfiard, lnler-Sircrify C-irrgrvrill, BARTOS, VLADO-B.B,A., Wear Corrf-llfon Ohlcrfllella Sigma PR lgirlbfi-l. BAUDE, HUGH K.4B.B.A,, Cincinnall, Ohlaffxlplra lfappa Psr, Srqma Alrilvra Epsilon. BEARD, ANDREW G.-B. B. A., Clrwdnrwafi, Oli:--Alpba I-apr'-a pr Vifer Assoclalion. BERGEN, FRANK-B.B.A., Bellevue, lffenmcly. BLUM, JOSEPH R.-B,B.A., Clmjlrwali, Olw'-Phi Dafa lie?-3, F-' Nba. BOBERG, THOMAS H.-BBA, Cwfcinrvaa, Qlmr'fAlp-ra lxaprlrn F" BOLCE, DONN W.-B,BA,, C PZEHWJW, Orri. BOLING, ROBERT7B.B.A, Carflnnfzll Qrli-D3 loppa Alrlvg llfwnfw' 3 Y.M.C.A, BORTZ, MILTON H.JB.B,A, Chfrrna' Oar-l:', Lamkda VH, lm Ei f BRATBURD, LAWRENCE W.-B.B.A,, Cincimmclf, Qlhi-i. BRIDGES, WILLIAM C.fB.BA, Cir-cinrwarr, Olf r--U. P. Velrrlle FDIC BROWN, H. DON, JR.-B BA., Cinrjinn rw- ,-,LPQ I-gppg Alarm 'FHM Y lzrcferrrily Ccunqil, Baseball Team. BUTTON, KENNETH H.-B.B,F.., PCr1'l'v-'U' d, Nlrirfgz CAMARDO, VICTOR J.7BBA,, Clrwilmrw-nfl Cllr . CAMPBELL, PHILLIP R.-B BAN Cincinnad Qlwirfpl lfcrppa Alpha lFrQ:, Fr-1 Clwr., Personnel, Srilraloralwlpl, News Record lB,s. Mar, Adv. lvlgr, F'eC"'e", Melra lVlCe Pre-sl, Bus. Ad. Tribunal lVr:-? Pre-al, Swderrf Cimrl, Ji lSeC., Treasl, Mummere Grrild, SludenfAl:oCr'l'y Caafir, Ford fl I3 lylwiz COLEMAN, DONALD E.-B.B.A., Clmcinnof OM'-Alpha lay f'r"'f?q: Marl Club, Imfromurals, Freil-r-nerr Fgclball, COLLINS, HARRY K.fB.B,A., Covlnglon, Yew? gly, CROXTON, JOHN W.-B.B.A,, Clmjirrnall, Ohio-P5 lroppc Alpha, DETZEL, OVELENE G.-B.B.f-X., Cimlmafr, Ohio-A.l.S., Co-Ep Club, DIAMOND, HARVEY Clnfmrvoi QSM'-Fl Lamlirl-3 PM Q, eg, YQ- PVE-.5.l LFC., PM E10 Slqrwn, , , 3 . "IP 5 -,-A I Av, S-' . ' wr A A -vi 5 0 .5 A ,:KA iffi,.a - at L :S QB dw w g? . m-"df ' 21 'ff ' 5 .., , ., as it Wk A ' - ,:: ' We -ffm! . . ' 1, .ga 1 , Mil? V ,1'jf1'-af, ' F f ., ' - -'LV 143 ' , H f ,S 2 .11. f - fi --is . , ,A Q TQ , F ,fm A 1' . , ' , s i-Kzieig N " 1.-L - -. -' ' f'1"' , Page 49 .X :', , gigs 0 0 0 0 - I I business admlnlstratlon -F .Q , V , I ' fox' DIGNAN, THOMAS E.fB.B.A., Cncmnam, Ohro-Alpl-xo Tou Omega. AIpI'1o X N- F1 Ll Fl ISP I B d X 1' fxgl L- 1.19. 3 .c. , Dome -Jn . Q- MN Q DI ToMMAso, DANTE-B.B.A, YQ ms Ohio-R.O.T.C., Amefam Mmkefang gf 2 Arsogioiion, MorLeHng Club. . . 'Sin ' -21-Y A -M - V-A X' , DOELLING, RoBERTAfB.B.A. Cmffobs. On:'h-AIPLO K-:ppc Pg. :Q DOPPLER, WILLIAM E.f-BB AH Clncirrwff, Qhisfgigmo CHI, 5 tj bigf, DOSCHER, HARRY J.fB.B.A, cmmoq QM-Y,M,c,A. cabins. snags RE-wo. 'I cfm, EBERLE, LEEfB.B.A Clncmrufy CJHIQ-:le-"3 To-. DcI'o, CinQIrmc'Ecm, Mcrkefing , A K X Y -on X Suk X Q X C1 Ln, Trorwsfer ff m Imemirw CoI'ege, Befo 'Bowman S5gmc. EICHOLD, PAUL R.-BBA, Clf'-zlwoh, 0529. EILERS, JAMES L.-B B.A,, CM lnnoff, OHM:-Befo Thaw PR, GI-39 CIxvwb, Prqflfe, G N5 Team. EISELEIN, ALBERT C., JR.-BBA., Cir'in'O'1 Ohis-Amerlcon Morkefing Asso- iwuH.3n. ELDON, DALE E.-B B.A,, Clnclnmofl, Obio. ESSLINGER, DONALD C.--B.B.A., Cifvcinnril, OIwiofBcrvcI, Vorsify Voniies, 49916, Aww: hoops P1-1. Izppc lfopoo Ps' lTreos.I, Men! Senme. EVERAL, RALPH W.fB.B.A., Elewciv, Mhiilq-3niMcrIe'?ng CML. EVERS, ROY Clrwiinnofl 0333. S EWERS, CLIFFORD D.-BB A., Cfrm:Irw3'I 0513-. FARMER, FERRELL-BB A. 'I0rwo'cI, C931 , '-wx. 'Q A FEILER, CHARLES W.-B.B A., Cin-girrnoi, OhiQ4MarIeT:ng CIJIJ. Y.M.C.A. 1. 4, V xpaf- gn FICKE, DONALD-B.B,A. , A A 51 I gi-3 FLECK, 10+-1N R.+B.B.A., cimmma. OhoADe-im Sigma Pi, .4.?ff-- - 1 . A .J -Q -4 FLIEHMAN, EUGENE D.-B B.A., Cincinnori. Ohio-Amerkon Mnrkefing A9500 oi,-n, Y M.C AA FROEHLICH, JOHN E.-B,B,A., Cindnnofi, Ohio-Sigma CHE Iprez., Treos.I, Amer- Lcn Morlefmg Assocwofion, Y.M.C.A., LF C. 'T CARD, LAURENCE F.-B.B.A., Cincinnoh, Chic-DeHo Tau Delia, Meiro IVice F're':,,j, Bus, Ad, Trnbmd ITreos.I, Smde-nf Dlrecfory IBUS. Mgr.I, Board of Hblloniions, Mgmmers, Smdenf ReIigioU5 Council, Y.M.C.A., Wesfmmsfer Fgwndofifin, Men! Senaw. GARNER, WILLIAM J.fB B.A, CRrvjfnr1JH, OI1QCfSfQmc PHI Engilgn, Iofo CH Ep:f"n, Y.M.C.A. GLENN, JAMES A.f'B.B A., Clncirmofl. Ohm. GOLDBERG, DAVID-B BA, MXIWQMI-ee WSs:f1n wr Page 50 O 0 I C busmess admmlstratlon I GOYERT, C. J., JR.-B.B.A., Cirwcinnofw, Ohh-PFS Yoppo Ureosl Alpihg JJUDEJ Psi. GREER, JACK W.fB,B A., FY. i!'vc"wJ5, P-swf 'Ly--A pmu Tl, J Tl 'Tri-3 R.O.T.C. GREIWE, BERNARD, H.vBBA. SU-.e-fro", CW' GROENKE, ROBERT A., JR.-B.B.A C 'i ' in N3 A :rx mera Ovid, Infro-r-wroi Sperm GROSS, EVAN W.fB,BA Ou-wars, " ,-S gm J P' E: i GUINEY, THOMAS E.-B.B.F-, Q fi J A -A pfn r: A McfJfe'?ng Asscwwiwodfw. HANNA, DUANE-BBA, Cvi ' 3 '73,-gvva Apro Ez., F' rem 3 NHC., R.O.T.C. HARKER, C. ROGERfBBA, M, :", P-em ir,-fefl J NJ 'ff HAWKES, EDWIN J., JR.-BBA U11 1' 'fEe': 'T 'R H ,: V f' E Pr, E23 Slgmo, Maukewnq C' by HEDAPP, RUEY-B,B,A. HEINZ, ELEANOR--BBA, Qmg "IW I," ,+A 71 f 3 'V ':- pw- ' W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Co-Ep Cmb Wwe Pfes, Pr 4 f' ' Al'-I if HELLMAN, LOUIS K.-BBA C1F"'NOf CHA HELLMING, CLIFFORD -B B A. HIRSCH, ROBERT J.-BBA, Befw Ve "" ff'-T'J':'e" ' 'I-: F 'ge HMS. lE:et, Cwinc H Hf e Effie'-ffl' ,En-N' C" 9' AJ. elif-- C:.'w:.l. HOBAN, JOHN E.-ABBA C 'A 'N J' O' 1 HODAPP, RUEY F., JR.-B BA, Devon, f1ff4Av R ' if-V Vg! 1' Rlfie Team fCCYGCJTj, P.C'TC, FW?-3 Team, Crt n I n r HOERST, JEWELL-BBA, HOFFMAN, JACK G.-BBA. C "' 'wc' 'OW T-D' i-up, J J 1 P' NFC JHOLLAENDER, ROBERT P.f-BBA, QM., J W ---Sgmo ACM ew A1143 P-'JC-po Psy Ameriicm Morlemng Agaocwzfw-iv. HUDSON, JAMES L.-B.B A.. Cmclrwnofi, Oh C1-A gmc TU, Omega Mpvwrvw- Glee Chjb, Scobbord 3 Byode. Senor Benq xew Commn HOT C YS" 2 3, B on JHUEY, GEORGE L,-B BA, P,'+5b,fgf Pew. av 34393 mm P HUEY, H. GREGG-B.B,A., Prhb rgh, Penwywyunlz-Bet-J The-'J F-. UJANSEN, DONALD J.-B.B.A., Curugmncfi, CHO-Vorsify Fc0'bGwJ U 9- JJEGLEY, JUANITA-BBA., Clncinnofi, Ohio. 4 J , wx - N. "ii K3 A J' Q 9 X I . 35 12555 , Q 11. Af ' - ' 1 I :- -ww "'!' Page Sl f Q .N .. xr i . -. ,M ik i-jg. . wk VL., . .-.' ' i .' f., -1 Page 52 :H O business administration JEGLEY, RITA-B.B.A,, Cincinnafi, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Wig Wag, Co-Ep CIUIJ. Y.W.C.A.. Newman CIULJ. JENKINS, DAVID B.-B.B.A., Cincinnaii, Ohio-American Markefing Associoiion. JERVIS, THOMAS R.-B.B.A., Cincinnati, Ohio. JOHNSON, VICTOR E.-B.B.A. JOSEPH, ALAN C.-B.B.A,, Newport Keniiicky-Lannbda Chi Alpha IRus.h Chm,I, Y,M.C,A. Iizreshrnan Cabineii. KATHMAN, RICHARD F.-B.B.A., Cincinnaii, Ohio. KEEN, JACK I'I.4B.B,A,, Cincinnari, Ohio. KEIF, HERBERT-B.B.A. KEMPER, ROGER P.-B.B.A, Cincinnaii, Ohio. KENDALL, RALPH L.AB,B.A., Winchesier, Ohio. KENNEDY, JEROME Ef-B.B.A,, Cincinnaii, Ohio-Befa Theia Pi, R.O.T.C,, Siudeni Direciory. KINNEY, CALVIN E.gB.B.A., Cincinncfi, Ohio--Giee Ciub, Y.M.C.A., Aipho Ifappa Psi. KLAUSING, WILLIAM F.-B.B.A., Cincinnofi, Ohio-Sigrna Aipha Epsiion, KLEIN, ROBERTfI5,B.A., Cincinrtafi, Ohh:-Newman Ciub, Marifeiing Club. KNABE, ARTHUR T.-B,B.A., Cincinnaii, Ohio, KNOTTS, RALPH A., JR.-B,B.A., Cincinnaii, CPhic!Phi Delia The-To. Bus. ACI. Tribgraf KOEHLER, FREDERICK G.fB.B.A., Cincinnafi, OhinfPhi Deifa Theio, Alpha I-.appa Psi, BJS. Ad. Tiibiinai, Scobbard 8: BIade, Arnaid Air Socieiy, Cheer- ieadei, Spin? Inc., American MorIeIing Assccicvion, R.O.T.C. KRAMER, KENNETH E.-B,B.A., Cin-Qinnafi, Ohia-Annerican Markeiing Associciion. KUNTZ, DONALD W.-B.B,A., Cincinnaii, Ohic4Sigrna Phi Epsiion, Y.M.C.A., Mar- Ieiinq CUE. KUTZLEB, ROBERT E.fB.B.A., Cincinnafi, Ohic-Sigma Phi Epsiion IPreS.I, LEC.. Union Dania Comm, LAME, CHARLES J.-B B.A., Cincinnaii, Ohio. LEUTZ, DONALD M.-B.B.A., Souih Orange, New Jersey. LINESCH, EDWARD F.-B.B.A., Cincinnati, Ohio-Deita Tas De-IIa IPres.I. LISCOW, STANLEY S.-S.B,A., Cincinnati, Ohio. business administration I LORCH, DANlELkB.B,A., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Thefc Chi, ArnOId Air SOCIQN, R.ID.T.C., M0rIreIIng CIUIJ. LOTTMAN, CARL R.fB.B.A., Cmcinnafi, Ohio-DeIfO Tau Deva LOUNSBERY, JOHN L.-B.B.A., Cincinnari, Ohio, LUEBBE, PAUL W.-B.B.A., CIn4:Inr'cIII CDI'IIOfSIQITIO CIII, MACK, LARRY R.-B.B.A., CInQInnafI, OIrrafTIn6-Ia CHI, Y.M C,A, MarIer'ng CIULH. MAC KAY, FRANK C.-B.B.A. MAPPES, RICHARD L.-B.B.A.. Cincrnnafi, Onio-AIpI1a Ian Omega ISer:.I, Gmi- cran De-Ifa Kappa IPres.I, Befa Gamma Sigma IPres.I, AIpIwa Kappa PsI IPres.. TreOs.I. Evening COIIege Sfudenf COr,ncrI, 49ers, Mens Senafe, Y.M.C.A., Leads ersnip Conference ICO-CIwrn.I, Bus. Ad. TrII3nnaI Wwe Pre-:.I, CO-Op Daw' IVICP? Chrn., Treas., Exec. COrnrn.I, U. C. Band Dive ICO-CIvrn.I, American MarIe-ring Association, GIee- CIUIJ, Qrafarrfr Sociefy, Varsiry Vanines, WS SF. MARDIS, WILLIAM B.-B.B.A., P+. Mn-:IweII, Kenmdy. MAYHALL, DONALD G.-B.B.A., EaIrIIeId, AIobama-Srgrna CHI, AIpI1a I-.app-3 Psi, Pershing RIIIQS. Scabbard 81 BIade, R6Serv9 CNMP-r' Asff-'Ian-'rn M ' en 9 Senafe, Orienfcfion Board COIIe'iare Dov Crrmfn, ICI1n1 Covffip LI-nv Carnrn. R OIC ' L9 . ICade1 COIOneI I, MC CALL, TRACY H.-8.B.A., FOIcOner, New YarI-A'pIwa Iappa Psi MC CORMICK, JAMES-B.B.A. MC CRATE, RALPH J.-BBA., C'TI',HWL7IY1S Grr CIMO-Pi kappa AIpI'rJ. Mymfnez' MC GRATH, WILLIAM J.-B.B.A,, Vo5Iey Sfream New YOrI-PI I-appa AIIOIIO, LEC., Mena II'reas.I, News Record ICO-Spams Edwfnrj, Spin? Inq, Crncrnngfran Sporfs EdI+OrI, Bus. Ad. TrII3.rnaI IPrei.I, Pngrarn Cirnrnrffe-9 'rf Uni'-n Biard. Prome, Arnencan MarIe+inq Assoriarlan. MCINTOSH, BILLY-E.B.A., CIncinnaII, OPIO-Swgnra CH, C1II. In'rcrf rOI':. SOO? SOQIOI CInb IDGIFI, Progress Parfy, MarbIe Team IM-gr.I, Iv' CGVDVYI. MC NEILL, SAMUEL A.!B.B.A., Clncinnafi, Ohirir-Alpha Tqn rjumf-I MEINKING, J. W.gB.B.A. MEISZER, JOHN-B.B.A. MERS, WILLIAM H., JR.-B.B.A., CIncInna+1, CIMO-PM I-appa, R.O.T.C., Scabbard and BIade. 3- P E.W. Irrrrmfr X Y? X sq R wg ,. iw R X sys X., A+ sw 5:56- 4 3 5 E. 3 J Sli-N -..Q-3 Ja F PQrSI1Inq RIfIf-', 'Paley ,Q .N 'R v,. . . . 1 4 W as .. swsiis-,... 6- 1 ... 3 ri-A ' ' METZ, EUGENE J.-B.B.A., Cincmnari, Ohio-AIOIIO Ifappa PSI, Am rrcan Mar-Ienng ,Q yy N :ru M Associafion. - A .3 Q, 4' METZLER, JOHN A.-B.B.A., camamfs, Ono. s A MEYER, HARVEY E.-B.B.A., Cincinnan, CIMO-Gamma DQIIO. AP P P s. I L, V2 Q35 .f . A. s MILLECK, ROBERT c.-BRA., canfrmn, Omg-AI,sR.s kappa Par, ' I MILLER, HERMAN H.-B.B.A., Cnncmncm, QIIIO-DeIIO Slgma P.. ' ' MORRIS, WALTER E.-B.B.A., crnfzmn, Ohas-mpm Tay Omfsgs. ' , I 1. .'.1' 'I :N ,,... ' ' SP R xx 'ia If A I. .212 F'-42:1 Q . IA Page 53 QI I -K na- A A ,I I ' X I- MULLIGAN, EDWARD-B.B.A. " a, , ,I ' l YIMCAV ., .- v 2 9 A Q .I 4 - ,Q RR . ' xv E 1 I R za. , . ,,., 1. I I . T, , I business administration MORTON, JAMES-B.B.A., Cincinnati, Ol-lio4AloI'1a Tau Omega, Baseball Team. ' MYERS, RICHARD L.-I3 B.A., Ciricinnali, Ohio-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Arfs Board. ' NEIHEISIL, CHARLES J. B,E,A,,ClnCir1r1a'i,0l1o. NELSON, ALBERT A.-B BA, Cipiiirlali Ollic--Plwi Della Tliela ICl'loris'er, Carr.- L 'l 2 - Sec, Alilfiirli Sei .I, Mew Se-male, Oriemiaflarl lBoarcl CI'lm.l, Sfudenl Council ii ig ,jqgf Q U-,ml Spllli ly, IEHQQ, Bqlgrdl, Ciminnalion Alpha Kappa Psi, Kap- , i '- N pa kappa F"i ISQQ, Pres Mllrnmers Guild, 49655 lpersorirlel Direcforl, Varsily 5 - I Q ' . il, Van 'iv'-. Band IVICQVFWE Pllblicify Chrml. I , ,. - VI Vx I A X X NEMOFF, EDGAR G.-BBAM C Rlgirmoli Ohio-American Marlfe-ling Assacialicn. , 'Y mi- .A I 'l'. . R ' Q ,, :N R NIENABER, R. l.DB,B,A A-I .' ,S NIPPERT, sl-HRLEY A-5 BLA, Q A ima Clmlg-A l.S,, Alpllf, Lambda Deira, l -' ' -A T' M A-S OHLMANN' ILSEfB BA, frgjgn Qll1iffY,vvCA,, Alpha Lambda Della, Junior - I 5' W 13' I' Advizws, Pi Clii EIQLIIGV7 lcorre-1. Seal, A.IS,, Baia Gamma Sigma, Collip I 4 w if ' i' 'i Clllb, Ca Op Da-, l:fI7D"" ISGS I, H-We' C -Oc Engilwer lB,'s. Sec., Edilrrial '. H - " x'.+'XaQ'1 ' " 3 RAL- ' gfHi's p.t. '.l,:,.v gm l ' Kfwfz '- Rag. x . ' Q ' I R- ,i, OLINGER, PHILIP-I5 HA, Cf ilrlrn Oi ii-'IWQNZ Clwi. 3 ' OSTERHOLZ, Lewis EAARBA, C mmli, cw. I 'I I PARRETT, NORMAN -EEA, Qw,ifm+, oil. , al PENDERY, DAVID ESBBA, Cin www, O I 'W' A if , - ai '::?' ,,4 , -p H . ' is ' I PLAl-ls, ARTHUR E.-B BA, cg A ill 0 in 3 I , R. E , -254355-1'? PURDY, EDWARD AB BA, mml -aa ' RATCLIFF, l-lALcoLM Mfrs QA, cm,-ml A' P l, YM C A, I we 2 RATLIFF, HARRY V.- -EEA F' iff "" in I RECHTIN, RICHARD C.--B BA, Cin irinal Earn i' l ,. . A REINHOLD, RUDOLPH E,, JR.--B BA, Ori, for Moll-ig-'ing Ayn igfilgn, RICHARD, ROBERT L.-- BEA., Biri-rinqllam ISQQI, Tall Bela Sigma lpreiwl, Pi CI'li Claflcn Page 54 l, Clalflf-W A PERRINO, LOU'S A.-BBA Cir wmv Ubi' llll varilailll lfappa Alpha, Plil Ela Sigma. l, Oliiq-Fi I-appa Alpha Aipna Kappa lm' Fi Kappa Alprla, Tracl Ie-am, li-ra' OlwcfAlphc kappa Psi, Ameri- , Alaoa U RIEGNER, PHILIP A.fBE.A, Iflfyfrrll-sing PE'V"'E'.lVOV!IO'BOV"d, Alplwc kappa PSI. Y MCA. Amr-vicar Marlelirlq Af,-laclallorl, 49ell5. ROBBINS, CECIL C.---B B A, Ifefl-me, Virginia. ROBBINS, MARILYN J.--B,B,A. L4 s Angeles, California-Alpha Chi Omega, Band Epsilon lSec. Tr-eas.l, Varsiiy Vanifies. Mllmrfigi-, lim, R5-ligrd, Ji mil f Aflwsclll, Spin? lrlg., American Marlelimg A556- business administration O ROSS, JOHN W.-B,B.A., FI. Thomas, Kenfuclcy-Marlxeiing. ROTH, GREGORY J.-B.I3.A., Cincinnafi, Ohio. ROTTENBERGER, DONALD G.-B,B.A., Cintinnaii, Ohio-pini Ifiappa IPres,I, If-'i'i:i Sigma Pi, LEC., Y.M.C.A,, Ilewrnan Clib, RUPP, WILLIAM F.--B.B.A., Ciniiinnari, CIF I:-Ame-rufan Mariiiifinq Azeri 1 RUTH, JACK W.-B.B.A., Sandui-Iy, Cn it-Ifieiia Sigrna F RYAN, WILLIAM C.-B B.A, Cincinnaf, Qnif. SCHAFER, ARDITH B,-fB.I3.A., Cinitinnav, OniafAIpI1a Larnbda Deiiia, Wiij Wfntl Ci-,inQiI, CQEQ CI.-b Bngiij, J,n,ri Aijxijiri, pi Chi Epsii-in SCHAEFNER, JANET-B BA. Cini7'Pa5-, On CfGi3"ir',i: Delw AIS. IIY-ia' S' " Chrn, Membership CI'vm,I Cn-Op Engineer, Aipiwq Lambda De-ITG Igf,-CI F' Cin Epiiion ISei:.-Tieasm Vice F'rea.I, Co-Oo Dai, Ccmi-n, Irinini' Adv, f CI'ain WQnien'Q Senafe Pe-iiqioig Ennpiwgiie Wed ICM-n, Airgnqem.?ni.I, Efmg Garnnwa Sigma ISQQI, CQMED CM-In ISE Pres I, VIC. Icrirn Cniia'-I SCHMIDT, URBAN J.vB BA., Cinirnnaf-, Ciiiiv--PM iappa Swirnrninii If-c"'i CH CV Li. SCHNELLE, CARL B.-B BA, Pe-ai rm CIW ---IfivAI'3 H na pi ITW-J I SCHREIBEIS, FRANK R.-B BA., lfii-cinna'. CWC. SCHUBERT, MARJORIE ANN-B B.A Cin-1 nnafi, fAII'if--Aipia Onwiy-in Di IS Ciirn., 'Ima' Jini-Jr Advisiii, New Feiwd, WWCA, VV-ci W1-3, C .fir r qine-er, CC'-EC Ci Li SCHUCK, NORBERT-BBA., I-en' SCHULZE, RALPH-B BA., C ri 'wah CW if, SEAMAN, E. HARVEY-A-B BA I7and-1-IL-', V rain a SELLERS, DOUGLAS L.-B B A, Llfzviiin Qrf, SHIPLEY, GEORGE L.-B B A, I-Iurnitn Qrif, SILER, WILLIAM R.-B.B.A,, Ciniinnvi, CYnii7Sii:1fm3 Cin Iriiifxnii-rgix FH- Parw. SMITH, CARL R.AB.B A,, Ciniiinnaf. Qricfffba Sigma Fi, SNEW, EREDRICK W.-B.B,A,, Cinifinni ' ffriii-fLaniz:ii33 Cr. AIpna, An. --'.- ' Marie-iinc Club. Eoofbaii Irvigi- J. SOLSMAN, DONALD E.- B 3 A, Cmmif C'-v SPOERLEIN, WALTER N.fB.B.A., Cinijinnck :Iniqn SPONSEL, PHYLLIS-BBA., Cin-zinnaii, Oni:-Fappa Aipna Ins-fa, Iireasg B Ad. Tribunai ISec.I, C-3-Ep Ciib Board Wim? Piet I, Pi Cin Epsiinr- IFWQ i Senior Week Cornm., Ji.inEi:ir Advisnra, Y'.W.C.A,, Vifig Waig, Ivy CI-Iain, Lambda Delva, Union Board, Smdenr Ccmgn. STANT, LOUIS B.-B.B.A., Cin,inni:'i, CII-fAIpna ia, Cvfega FYQTC., M, rners. GIEE- CME, News Re-'Q-rd, Cf-Qi: Day, Se-niijir Banqef, 49er's, Spiri' Ing Varsiiy Vanifies, ww' x., , K V "ff . , it ., . 5 3- 'X if ' ,v'f.l:?!: H.. Q -f..r,, 5 3 ,S , f N, , . Q , Y I J .i 59? 12311, 1 f sir, 5 ,4- .N-Q. '- -49 Page 55 A 4 f 5 .-r ,r r" 'vfgmegnp-ij , P r F "T ,...w 4-y'l"" ""P if 03? 2- P- Page 2 tyvv ,4mn. yv , v vv' ,L .ii-J.. . ,, :D ,......-- ",':4.'-'fi 5 .I ,J '." -,,' 1 al" "- ..C' I v r n Vw- fqf A W. , f'3.m3-Q ff . , ,. -itx' - , , f .yr J -. .qv- i 1 N i N. Q' X 5 U. 'F' X Illia ,Qi-:ii i 1. Grid-F ' A 1 ,,-. X l r ' A X I 3 K-- A -0- ,f ,..ar 0. Paqe 56 O business administration STEPHENSON, HAROLD DEAN!-B,B.A., Kings Mills, Ohio. STICKNEY, THOMAS B.-B.B.A,, Cin-ginnali, Ohio-Phi Della Thefa, Alpha Kappa Psi, Miiinrners, Junior Prom Comm., Rifle Team, Marlrefing Club. STILLPASS, MILDRED-B.B.A. STOECKLIN, .IAMES R.-B.B.A.. Cincinnali, Ohio-Thela Chi, Fencing Team, Amer- i,an Marlieiing A5513-Cialifin. SULLIVAN, MARTIN T.-B.B.A., Cinrjinnali, Ohio-Phi Kappa, Newman Club, Amer- ican Marleling Associaiion. TI-IOENY, ELEANOR-B.B.A. THOMAS, HAROLD A.fB.I3.A,, Cinijinnaf-, Ohia4DelIa Tau Delia, Y.M.C.A. THOMAS, WILLIAM P.-B.B,A., Cincinnati, Ohio-American Markeling Associaiion. THURNER, GEORGE E.-B.B.A., Loveland, Ohio-Sigma Chi, TIETIG, EDWARD C.-B,B.A,, Parli Hills, Keniuclry, TRIMBACH, PHILIP E.-B.B.A., Ciniginnaii, Ohio-Delia Sigma Pi, Riile Team, R.O.T.C. TURNER, RICHARD M.-B.B.A., Piflsburgh, PennsylvaniafBeia Oamrna Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Marleeilng Club. BERNING, ROBERT E.--B.B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio, UNDERWOOD, WILLIAM A.-BBA., Cleves, Ohio-Delta Tau Della, Engineering Tribunal, Sophos, Marketing Club. i VON BIRGELEN, MICHAEL---B.B.A., Cincinnati, Ohio-AIS.. , i, A,M.A., Y.M.CA. T wwe, HENRY W.-B.B.A., Nmooia. any-sigmo Phi Epsilon x lCampfrollerI, American Marlreling Assaciaiion. WEIR, PAUL-BBA., lnclianapnlig, Indiana-Phi Della Thefa, X Spirit Inc., Freshman Bailfevbail. 'R X 6 ' 'Tn WERNERSBACH, ALBERT4B.B.A., Cinqinnavi, Ohiig., ii . WERNERSBACH, JUDITH W.-B.B.A., Cinclnnali, Ohio. Q1 I , WEST, RICHARD C.AB.B.A., Manfgomery, Ohia. ' WHITTINGTON, JOAN--B.B.A., Cedarville, Ol'1la7A.l.S,.C04Ep ,X "" -' Cl lb, lilewnian Cl lb, Difrrrniiiir, Uni? Hfinse Council, Wom. 1 en's Inler-darrniiary Council, Memorial Dormilary Cabinei, Awuociaiian nf D-:irmimry Winmen. WILDERMUTH, ROBERT E.-B.B.A,, Ciniinnali, Ohio-Phi Kap- . pa. Newman Club lPres.l, ' WILSON, JOSEPH V.-'B.B.A., Qinnmia, am-Lombdc cm Aipna lireau., Pri-ml. WILSON RAYMOND L.fB.B,A., Beilevue, Ifenlxky. WOLFF, WILLIAM H.-B BA.. Daylona Beach, Florida- 3 mx -, .. - . ROTC. WORTH, ROBERT W.fB,B.A., Clncinnall, Ohia4MarI4eling Club. ZEMSKY, MORTONfB BA, Clncinnali, Ohicflhlpha Epsilon Pi, Debaie Club, Y.Nl.C.A. hd ZIX, NORMAN C.-B.B.A., Cincinnati, Ohio- Olee Club, 4flers. "T ZOELLNER, HOWARD H.-B.B,A., Cincinnali, Ohiofphi Delia Them, P.O.T.C., Y.M.C.A. NOT PICTURED MAYER, WILLIAM J.AB.B,A., Cincinnaii, Ohio. o colle fe of en 'illlblfl in Over half a cenfury of progress has marked +he Jniversi+y of Cincinna+i's College of Engineering. lhe co-operafive sysfem of educa+ion, infroduced ny ihe la+e Dean Herman Schneider, has spread +he 'epu+a'rion of 'rhe college +hroughou+ 'rhe na+ion. Rgain 'lhis year s+uden+s have come from far and vide 'fo secure prac+ical experience in various :ranches of indusfry in addifion 'ro 'rhe science augh+ a+ 'fhe Universify. -9 JET Y I X I M .J X If if ,f 'I -X' Q 1 ' N A fs: , 6 -A -f 3 Rf! EM 'R -4' ,,,-4 V. ,w -M.. x - 4 I-. 'an vs:-' O en ineerin ALNUTT, JAMES-ME., Cinqinnmi, Ohio-A,S.M,E,, S,A,E, APPLEQUIST, H. DUANE-ME, Jomesfown, New YOMAPI Tau Sigma, Tou Befo Pi, CU'D'9VC"VE' Emqlveer, A.S,M,E., Pi Delha Eps?'on, Ph? E'c Sigma, Bond, Co-op Dov Efhlblfs, BACKER, WILLARD. BADER, M. KEITH-fM,E,, Troy, OHM'-TrianqYe, A.S.M.E.. O.S.P.E., Co-op Doy Ccrfnnhy BAKER, BERNARD N.-Dayton, OHM, BAKER, ROY C.--'C E. Cirjn QW, OHM-,7A SCE, BALL, DAVID C.-ME Gvfyerwo-yd LCM, Ne.-J Yirk--THQHQSQ, Bond A,S,M,E,, O SPE, S A E, BARCH, FRANK N. BEGOVICH, MANUEL, JR.-M E., Doyfcn, OHA. BENZING, E. LOUIS-EE, Cimcmnmi, O?wi1:ffA.l,E,E. BICKEL, ROBERT G.fE,E, Beilpwwe, P'ervfm2Ly-A LE E. Unfernwwyol Mgnl, BIRK, JOHN RlCHARDfM.E., Piave, OM -A S M E., SA E. BISHOP, HARRY LOGAN-Me'E Yfivmcshiwn, Ohio-Gee Ciub, A.l.Ch.E. BONEM, FRANK L.-ME, Cnflnnxzi OBE'-PI Lambda PH, A.S.M E, Coopers- 'Fva Ef'Qwr1e-er, O5 P.E, Eemilvq Tffom, PE Del'-3 Epslbn, Hmel, Y.M.C.A. BONI, ROBERT E.-MAE, Corwin, OPUQAAQQQEO, Vors'fy Vanities, Tau Befo FI, A,I,CF E, Splrf' lrvi, UMW VGrf9'M C""wrr,i4fQ+2, Civip Dov. BOYD, VICTOR P.--Civcinnoh, 1D?w, BRADBURY, BYRON WILSON-E E., Cincirwcw, CIMO--A,l,E.E., Efo Rcppo Nu fcfxf. SQ- Tow Befo Pi, BRAUCKMANN, WALTER Hffc E, H-Arr-n-:+?, "EFT, lyf PM E53 Sigma, TCU Befc Pf, Ch, Epsilmn fpreal ASCE. OS PE. BRAUN, ROBERT T.-C' E., Il.-.-.p rf, Pwr' 51,-AN.C1v,E,, OSPE., VNS Avfsio Hom, BROERING, HARRY J.--M E., Cmcinva'w CWW?"4A,S ME, PE Tow Slqnw, BROWN, AARON PHILLIP--C E, Cmcmmuh, Off--A S.M,E., CM Epsl rm. BROWN, WILLIAM-'CinfiImn0'i, CPM"-. BRUNEN, JOHN L.-CH, E, Cirwiinrofi, OMC-A.N,Ch.E. BURKE, ROBERT E.-B S, Sn EE, Crkiinnoh Oblc-R,O,T,C., A.l,E.E. C O engmeerm O BUSCH, WILLIAM C.-Cincinnofi, OHIO. BUSKEN, JOSEPH. .IR.-CI1 E., Cincinnofi, OIwiofTricmgIe, Shderwf Ccwndix LFC, A.I.CI'u.E, BUTT, DEWEY-Pekin, Hlinois. BYRER, JAY G.-ME., Cordon, Ohio-DHI E'c Sign'-c, VQVS Asetsoflon, V-Jvs M, Vmi- Hes, A.S,M.E.. Tau Befo PI, Pi Tow Sigma, CHENOWETH, WILLIAM F.4Doy+on, Ohio. CLARK, WILLIAM L.-C.E,,C0v1ngfon. Ienwgky-R,O.T,C,, Pe-rsI'vimg Rwfles, S' 1541.1 ond BIode, Vorsify Rifle Te-om, ASCE., Amerlcom Ordlncnce Ansociornorw, CLARKSON, ALFRED L.-Clnfilnrvofi, CIINC. CLICK, FRANK-Covington, Iienfudy. CLICK, PALMER LEE4A.E., Ccvvifvq'-fm Ief',fiIv-I.A,S COLBERT,WILLIAM I'I.A-ME, Civwcmmoh. GH?-3fAS ME COPELAND, DAWSEN M.-CE, Modwsom, Ifvdmrvowgwgmo PM EpuwIfu ABCL CRAWFIS, EARLYCim1innOTI, GIMP, CUNNINGHAM, DENNIS MICI'IAELfM.E, Cm-junnoh, Qhofcv'-pxevlafww EP qmeev' Ifd., MGHCJQIHQ ECII, Omwcmn D-EW: Iuppa IVVQQI-P:-Qi. Pi To' Sqn' ICCW. Sec PE DQIIO Epsiion ISeQ.YTrens.I, A.S,M E, IVICQ-Pre-QI, O 5-,PF CQ-op Dov Commitfee, Vcafsify Fencm-3 Team, DACEY, EDWARD WILLIAM-EE, Cmqlnmofi, Cho-A,l,E.E, HIMN, To! Ee' Fw, Ilewm-Jn Chjb. DANIEL, HAROLD S.4A.E,, Cminqwgn, I-e-m,QMfI AS, SA E. DAVIES, WILLIAM I'I.-CINE. CIMIZFIQQ IIIrr1Qlp-'I:QxJ'GI'9 AIQFI3 CHI ' A.I.C.IW.E,, 0.S,P.E., I?.O.I.C, DECARLO, JOSEPH-fA.E., BVVGI-LIyn, New YovI-PIM Ifoppc, Spirif Infi, I A 5, S AE I.I:.C, DELP, RICHARD I'I.vE.E., CI+?v6IGnd, CJIWQ--S gmc CIN, Co-op Dqy, TGI Ewj, P EIO Pappo II" DENUCCIO, LOUIS A.fCI'vE., Cinmnncfi, QI'vioVA4I,CI1,E,, RAIZLTVCH YVMQA Newman Chmb, DENYVEN, DAVID I'I.--ME, Chwfjfnmjfn, Ohifjfiugmg AIpI1c EDSIICIVI DEVOL, F. EUGENE-M.E., Ifloyfim, Ohh--PI Ifoppq AIpIwc, A.S,M.E., SA E, DICK, PAUL J.-A.E., Conhgn, CHIC'-Amerwccm Commons Cmb IPrQ3,J, LAS. ISE.: TreC1s.l, S.A.E. DIETRICK, GERALD P.-M.E., Poffon, PermsyIvoni0, DILLON, OCAR W.-Af., IHUSVIIIQ, PennsyIvoniofI.A.S, SAE, Ni 5 . 9 X , .. Qx Us. I fw- ,XX S I -1-N Q X 1' QF QA x X X X i mx 1 Ezra we 1 ,vb xy N, ' ' 'NX V, fy : www,-Q3 . 1 -23 , S m.-'SS -3 A-is GY of: X ' ' 13' 3. I . i 711'-,. 1, x, - -2 wx: 1 -'. -AISLE? ":' - Y Page I2 as .-'Z' 'F' 3. ,3- Xe. 5 . . . . If ,- a - 1 I I 3.4 I F' x , -A 1, f .2 - . is N W 'in ., . I a u f, l ' h li va If-r ""' 'T ' A I A LA N' bv J ' If, - , .V A-f' 'f I ' I -Q ' 1 .,,11.0aA1L4. a - A :'-,-.hlik ' ""' f, 'K fkvm, 'fffl I 3 'I 5 lu V! , P X .h I 'Jstsll ', ATR -J A' YLJAI N QM I E, xefggx . 1 2- K 11 .J . 1 . wr A 1 --1 Page 60 Q en ineering DISALVO, ELMO A.-M.E,, Cinclnnafi, OIwiofSigma CHE, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Coop- E-fafive Engineer. DOGGETT, NEAL R.-M.E., CIayIar', OI1io4A.S.M.E., Pi Tau SIgma. DOOLEY, JOHN F,, JR.4M.If.. Middlefown, Ohio-Advanced R.O.T.C., A.S.M.E., SAE. DRESCHER, LEO-EE., Dayfon, OI1iafCross Cazmfry Team, Track Team, Radio Cab, AIEE., I.R.E., R,O.T.C. DURY, CHARLES AUSTIN-CHE., CI1arIesfan, Wes? Vhginia-A.I.CI'x.E., O.S.P.E., R.O.T.C., APA., A.A.F.R. DUVALL, RAY C.-CHE., HamTI+on, Ohio. EBERHARDT, MARK EDWARD4M.E., Cincinnah, OhiofS.A.E,, A.S.M.E, EICHENBERGER, NORMAN F.-EE., Clrviinnafi. Ohio-Acacia, Eta Kappa Nu 'Pr+3,.I, Tau Baia Pu. ELLERT, FRANK J.-Cirvcfnnafi, Ohio, ELNAN, ODIN R. S.-A.E,, Cmclnnafi, Ohio-Arnerican Commons Chvb, I.A.S., Tau Beau PM ERBAUGH, SAMUEL E.-E E., Cenclrvvafl, OI1iofA,I.E,E. EVANS, JAMES WILLIAMfB.S. In ME., Clnclnnafi, OI110- A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigmc, Ta: Baia PI. FAHEY, RICHARD H.-CEN Cmfginnafi, OIvIafA.S,C.E., Ewa. TribUnaI FAHRENBRUCK, RICHARD--Cincinnati, Obi-3. FELLER, CARL F.-M.E., Dflfin, Ohio-A.S.M.E. FELLER, JOHN JR.7M.E, Dayign, Ohio-A.S.M,E., Varsify BaseI:aII. FENSKE, JAMES F.-M E, Cimjinmafi, Ohiaffncabbard and Blads, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., A "" fsrman Ordlnarwce Anuavifrian, Re-sevve OIIICE-rs Assa-iiaHon. FISHER, BRUCE W.-Cmcinnafi, OHIO. FLEMING, DANIEL P.-ME., I7vanII0v'i, Venfuily-A.S.M.E, FOLEY, ROBERT R.-B.S, In EE., OaI Parl, IIIinoIi4-Tau Bei: PI, EIa Kappa Nu. ATEE., l.R.E., O.S.P,E FREDE, WILLIAM J., JR.-EE., Farf Thomas, Ifenmcly. FREDERICK, HOWARD P.-EE., Awrpra, Indiana-Mummers, A.I,E.E,, ETC Kappa 4 , Tag Bda Pl. FREESE, PURVAN G.-EE, C ndmnavu, Ohvwlyfpbi DeIfa Them, OIee CIub, A.I.E.E. FREY. EDWIN. ' ' ,, O engmeerm 0 E , if 2 GABEL, WILLIAM-Clv.E,, Cincinncll, Qlvlo-Plwl Delia Tlwelo, New: Eiifcl, ' -J ,el X' A.l.ClT.E.. A.S.M.E., Swimming. V -335.5 GABRIEL, JAMES-Cinclnnoll, ORE. QQ ' ' L ,,3,l, T 6 MV' . T-iii GALLENSTEIN, ROBERT wr ME., Clnlilnnoll, Om. E. GANGL, ALFRED H.fA.lE., Clnclnnoll, Olwlql-I.A,S. 1 , I GAUGH. ALFRED. "ip "-if , " GEBHARDT,CARL c.HE.E., Springfield, Ohio-Ra lfcppc NERO, A.l,E,E, EDJ rw- " DO Nu. ' xiii Q: 4- A ,- fvexswibd xg' 1 T GELS, ROBERT T.-ME., cammfl, OR1.f-A,s,M,E. q, H, v , Q .3 M A GILKEY, JAME A.-B.S. an EE, czmannofa, Om-Newmn club, A,I.E.E, lsf 5 T Elf .133 GLAS, WALTER-C.E., Clnfilnnoll, QlvlOfBOSebOll, CH Epsilon, ASC E. Q 4-5 OOTTSOHLIOH, CHAD F.AB.S, an CITE, camlnmll, cfm.,-A.u,QllE, O EE ' CO-Op Engineer, Pi Della Epsilon, TOD Belo Pl, s Nw X,-gi ,.. ..... K ' GRAF, CARLTON E.-EE., Em RE-Emfy, ORTl.-A,a,E,E,, TG., Bm PT, , 4, .5 GRAY, LYSLE B.vB.S. ln GE., Cinflnnoll, Olwlo-A.l,S., Aly:-lm Pnl C 1: AW: V Ygyf M Boord, Wesmlnisler Foundollon, Rxlle Club, Y.M,C.A. X , ,R GREENE, ROBERT Moss-EE., cimgfm, RW,,.1L,- Em lbpp., llg, me A GRIFFIN, FRED M.-M.E,, Columblono. Olwlclflriongh llnlringse MOT, P fr ':'if,, 4' '3.3g,. 4 PreS.l, Pl lou Sigma, TOL' B-elfl Pl, A.S,M E., SAE, l.F,C., CC-fp flu, A "V fi 'G tl' V millee. 4 A ' -.-E OROTHAUS, DANIEL H., JR.-M E., Ewym, cfm. 'Nw HACKNEY, BYRON-Mlddlelcwn, Olnlcfpl l"Opp3 Alplnc. ' HALE, RADER O.-RE., Slone, l4enlLT-:ly-Arnlgld Alf Soils-ly, l?.ffW,Tlf, TA fl, 5, .sfgafij S.A.E. wg ' HAMMER. HOYT M., JR.fB.S. an Clw,E,, Qlmmola, Om,-T.'l0,,.,lp, RTO E, . O.S.P,E., Y.M,C.A., Alpho CI-li Sigmc, S:Ol:lbOTcl ond Blade. lufixlwfx , ff' HANISH, RUSSEL G.fM,E., l-lomlllon, Cll'viQ--A,S.M.E. 1 -1, ' q."'lgZ!"3N HANSEN, EDWARD CONRAD, JR.-CE., Clwicogo, lllinqls-Clwl Ep-,il:r, 'lng E5-Tc: ff' t ' rw Pi, Scczblaord ond Blade, A.S.C.E. -'P Q ' 5 HARPER, ROBERT CHARLES-Cl1,E, Clnclnnofl, Cllio-'llvelo Chl lSei,T, Bind, , ad V Koppel KODDO Pgs, TCU Bm RT, A.l,CRE. -"' , E ,',, . ,Q HARROD, DOUGLAS C., JR.-CHE., l?-5-Ocllnq, Cllllo-A.I.Clw,E., All:-lTO Cnl Slgma, f i 3 . .FY . -1 OS E X 1 Alam, xx. U.. . L .R 4 W2 . . HARRY, JOSEPH P.-ME., Cincinnoli, Olnlo-Alpnc lou Omega, A.S.M E, ,,., HAUSMAN, ROBERT F.-Clmlf., Cincinnoll, Olmlc-Cc-ip-erofive Engmegf Aids. N Al.Cl'u.E., Phi Della Epsilon, CO-Op Coy Commllfee. S-Lf .',. ' Page bl 10- Q, ' 'ZR' A, '2- Xd . R. Y Q I "3" if I 5 - ,V , . 34.5 . -4 X ,X ' . : A71 I A LA I - uf ' 1 1 imm a .. I :Q I it I xr -fam Q 'Q' ,-.1 . I , ,QI 'sl 'fiqiy V' f ' g I I' ' , .,,--.'xQL-31.1. ,,,. L fif..1r,.SI 9 'I' . ,I Q, ,. I, dv 3- 'L - '51 .JL I if ' . . I IN 1- -,,.:sng:3x- W 1 fy . ,. . . I "" if 'Q .' .I an ,J ,DQ ,,, , 'I , LG, I MX . I . I3 if . Page 62 O en ineering HEBERER, NORMAN L.-EE., HamIIIon, OIIEI-I-A.I,CI'w,E., EIO Koppo Nu. HECK, ALAN T.-C.E,, AsI1Iand, I4en'w-:Irv-A.S.C.E. HEDGES, CHARLES D.-BS. in EE. Cnfinnavi, Chia-A,l.E,E., O.S.P.E., Ph? EIO Swmwa, Em Ifappa FIV, HEITZMAN, ROBERT E.fM,E,, Cincmnafl, OIwIw7'DeIYa Tow DEIIQ, A.S,M.E. HEMMER, WILLIAM R.fC.E., EOM Thomas, I4enh,nCIny- A.S.C.E HENNEL, GERALD B.fM E,, Nwwm'd, OIIIQ-Ta. BeIa PI, Phi E90 Sigma, A.S.M.E. Y M Q A,, PI Tam Siqfwa HICKOX, CHARLES I'I.-M E., Wavv'en, CjI'lIC'ff-IVI'IClI'IQIE, A.S.M.E,, SAE., Pi IDU S7qma, Sfgabbard and Bbde. HINTLIAN, HARRY S.-I'IewInqImn, C-3nr1eCIICUI. HIRN, JOHN I.-EE, CIr'CInna'I Ohh--A,I EE. HIRSCHBERG, DONALD-Perl Plage, liiirmis. HODLE, THOMAS F.-EE, Cindrmafi, OhIOiA.I.E.E, HOPE, RUSSELL S., JR.-AE, CIHCWVIFJII, 0I1I'I-T311 BEIG Pl, LAS HOFFMAN, WILLIAM E,-CHE, Readlng, OI1:a-A.I.CIw,E, Caapermive- Engineer. HOLDEMAN, ROBERT K.-M E,, MaIIne, IIIInrv5+PI Iappo AIpI'1O, S,M.E.. Y,M CJK HOLLCROFT, DONALD A.-M.E,, Middlelown, Ohh-A.S,M.E., Y M.C.A. HOLSINGER, HOWARD R.-EE, Pf1v'IsmagIIw, OMF-A.I.E E., I,P E., Tau BEIC! PI. Em kappa NU, PIM EIO SIqm'J. HOLTKAMP, WILLIAM W.-CILE, Cinfiinnafl, Obi-nAA.l,CIw.E,, O.S.P.E., Vef's Av -moi on, C CIII3, Tvocl Team. HOOD, CHARLES R.-M E, Cavingion, Ifem -cky--SIgma Chi, A,S,M.E., O.S.P,E., YM CA. HOROWITZ, EDWIN V.-C E.. Cinqirmof, Ohm--PI Lambda Phi, A,S.C.E. ISec.I, Cf-apevafive Enqmeer. Chi Epsilan Nice-Pres,I, Tau B540 Pi. HORRIS, ELWOOD. HOWELL, DALE-ME, Cammn, Ohio-Pi Kappa Alpha, O.S.P.E., A.S,M.E., S.A.E. HULLER, J. PAULACE, Cmcinnafi, OIM1-A.S,C.E., Newman Cub. I-IUSMAN, PAUL A.--EE, Pending. Ohio-Tau Befa Pi, Efa Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.. IRE. ISMAEL, LOUIS B.fCIw.E., CIHCIWWGII, QI'viOfA.I.CI'w.E., O.S,P.E., Merfs Inferdorm. C UHCII, Ve's Down "D" IPres.I. Q Q ellgllleerlll . Jssswem, ADOLPH-cancimn, OHIO. JESTER, HOWARD L.-CHE., Cincinnofi, Olwiqy-Ph? E90 Sigma Igec., Trecn-3, A,I.CIw.E., AIpI1c Chi SIgmo, Q.S.P.EA IPs-c, Sec C-:wpercm.e Efgma-ef JOHNSON, PHILIP C.-EE., UnIor1'f:vm, Pf9nn3vIvon:0fTc- Be'-3 FY, Em I-sung II I! A.I.E.E. Meds Inierdmm CIQUVXQII Ipre-LI, KAMMER, DONALD E.-fB, in EE, Cincinn-3'I, OIPIIY,-fx,I.E E., IPE KATZ, FRANK M.fM E, CIPQIMJZ 'fII'I':-A S M E, F To I Swqfvm Ti: Ba-23 DI KEYSER, LEWIS-Dowon, OIwI4jfI'I1I EIQIIQ TIMQIMJ, KING, NEIL C.fM,E, In-iblmgg Y Iwi :fu-A S M E., Pi -IG, Slim KINSTLER, R. C. KIRCH, GEORGE JAMESfCIw E, FI w5I'vmq, New YorI-Acomo, VIII Em Sigma, Tm! Sets DI GIQP3 CI,Ib, Vofsf, V1-we AJS 5 Irj FDIC Cxfgjw L- CWI A I Cr E. Mummeli GIIIICI. KJELBY, ARLEN STANLEYfMQYE, LIIJWQVI, CJI1vI3f7Avvwf-rwf1ov'v L:i'Y7II'VTOVIS CII'Lf IEA' SEM' Tfeoi I, A LCP: E. KLAUSE, RICHARD M.-BS In M E CIncInfv3'- OI'wfBorvd, Y M CA OS PF, ITres5.I, A S ME, F' E'N,, Vcrww Vow? KLEBANOW, HERBERT L.--M-ei EW Cmtwnmri "'6:i-Swxqq-1 A Q53 M , Y M If A AICI1 E., A.S.M., AFS., AIpI1fJ CIM Sugmc. KNODEL, ROBERT M.A!CIwE, Cwrvcmnofi, 'DHI-5I4PI1w Lambda LIp',iI-In, PIII Em Sumo Vqrgih, Vonhef AIDIY3 CM Slgn-In To Befg PI ISM I. KORTE, ARTHUR W.-If E., Cirvqwnnwl, OIHEQ-AI EE KREBS, WERNER W.--EE, Cinfgmnyzii, OIWII1--AI EE. KRUMPE, ROBERT HERMANWME, Cnqmnqfi, CIM-Pi To, SL: vwrl J ITII-In I ASME., ROTC., Inffmmw-:T Baf,I-efbaII, CI, ip Dey KULENBURG, C.H.-C E.. Ci' +m','n, Iervmdy-A SCE KUSNERUS, JAMES L.-ME, Cinqlnmf, CIIMI-I-Tow Ben PI ITv'e3cI Pi To S-Igfwn IRei SEMI, ASAME, CISDE, Cfwop I-Way. LANG, GEORGE, LANGWORTHY, WILLIAM M.-M E., Rofzlweswer New Y.:1rIAAIpIM3 Ta- Omega, A.S,M.E. LAYCOCK, THOMAS BENTLY, JR.fCIvE, Cincmrvw, IDf"ICI"II3.' BEIO Pl, Phu Lomb- do LIp5I'On, PIII Efcl Sigrwa, AI.CI'w,E,, QSPE. LENZ, HARRY E., JR.fM.E., Doyfom, Oh:-J4TrEongwe IF're5.I, Senhir QIc5s Frei- denf, Eng. Tr-IbUnoI, Cocvpermive Emqmeer, S A E, A,S.M E., Q,S,P,E,, Omicrlpn Deira Kcppo, Tong Befo Pu, Pu Tod Sugmo, Co-op Day IEWC. Cimm,I, UC Bond Drive Ccmmwee, Y.M.C A, Infromulrds, Engwneefs BQII Commiifef- LEVINE, MILTON A.-CE, Cmcunrwcvl, Ohio-P1 Lombdo PHI, Coopercmve En, gina-er, Meho, Eng. TrIbUnQI, Y,M.C.A, IPr0gr-am Ccmm Infv'or'mrcIS, CO-cp Dov, A.S.C.E, LIND, GEORGE-LL+dIov., Kermxclf. ,ov-' ...Hur I I9 Page 53 .4 I ""f' Jai. . .mg ,. , X I Q as if I 2 . , J J. 4, 7' . mi asf? -3 .i '39 'S im. .. -H155 Page 64 O en ineerin LINDAMOOD, MASON-Cmcinmvi, Ohio. LINEBACK, JAMES T.-C E., Ciminnofi, Ohio-Bond, Kappa Kcippo Psi, A.S.C,E., OS,P.E. Cf' Eosikw Tci. Be-'o Pi, Forfy-nirers, Merfs Senofe, LIVEZEY, FRED-EE., H rfirgior, Wesf Virginia:-PH Efo Sigma, Efo Kappa Nu. T24 Be'G Pu, AIEE. iViCe-Civni, 1.P.E. LUCAS, RALPH-Pc-Going, Ohif. LUKEY-RICHARD L.-ME, Licyiori, Ohio-P3 P-cppo Alpha, A.S,M.E,, O.S.P.E., S.A.E. MANGOLD, CHARLES C.-M.E. Circirmofi, Oi'vi3fA.S.M.E. MARANCHIK, JOHN, JR.-M.E,, Axiquippo, Pennsylvcmio-A.S,M., A,i.Ch.E. MARTZ, JOHN L.-A E., C 'c'm-cfl, Oiwio-LAS. MASON, JERRY M.fE.E., Cincinnati, Oiio. MATHEWS, ROBERT Vw',4M.E., Devon, OHL:-Bond, Mummers, A.S.M.E., iSec.J McCALL, JOHN M., JR.-ME., Biier, Pennsyivcnio-Tricfgie, O.S.P.E., S.A.E,, A S ME. Jw'f.:"" fc' Scifs, MC CORD, EDWARD R.-E E., Dc5'cn.Oi1icf-Al,E.E., I-LV N. MC GLOTHJN, BRUCE-Cvciiei-Lin, We-KT Virginia. MERRITT, JOHN C.fM.E, Middiehiwn, OHL-Tricngie, Aipivo Chi Sigma, TCU Beta Pi, Smdenf Ccqncii, Co-op Dov Commiffee- Engineer Boi iComm. Crf 1, Sem-fr Wcei Cimmvhye-, Eng, Tribi noi, OS.F.E,, A.!.Ciw.E., S.A.E. MESS, ARTHUR G.,-C E., Cirtirmq i, Oiwig-fpiwi Kclppc Chi Epiiiorv, TO. BEJG pi, A5 CE. MESSINGER, ROBERT MARSH-M E, Cincinnch, Ohio-Voraify Swimming Te-cm, AS M.E., Tc. Bef: Pi Pi Tc Sigma, Y.MC.A,, O.S.P.E., C0-op Dov. METZER, ALFREDfCi',E,, C rfinroif, Oi-ic-PM Efo Sigma. O.S.P.E,, A.i.Clw.E. MILLER, DONALD RICHARD-C' .E, C"wcinnofi, Oiviofphi Deifc Them Wordeni, Eng Tfb :QL A'p?c CPT Sigma, C-ii-nperoiive Engineer fBd. ci Ccnfroll, AJC? E, O.S,P,E, ,Vi-ze-'Frei Mnnmerg Cf-op Day, Vcrsify Bord Y,M.C.A., Sgjiri' fri i MILLER, ELDON W.-E.E, Doxffcd OFM--AIEE, LP E AE S.. Univ. Ave. Dorm YVLQ-Vfef J, I MILLER, GEORGE ELLIS, JR.fM E, Fiqo, Obicfwheicz CH Pershing Rifies, A.S.- 9 ME CS PE. E' Tc. Sgffo Tc B9'o Pi. MILLER, RICHARD EUGENE-E E, C'ri'rnc'i Oifc-Sgmo Aipiro Epbi QT A LEE., IFE MOEHLMAN, RICHARD EDWIN-ME., Ciw1,rwo'i, OMC-Ei Tow Sigma A.5.M.E,, Of PE MOLLMAN, CHARLES A.-JO fiifn.:+i, Ohio. MOLONY, JOHN A.-EE, ' '.f."cd, OHi--ALEE., ROTC., irvrom.-"cis, J J i Q N I . . engmeerlng . MOORE, CHARLES-Cincinnati, Ohio. MOORE, HUBERT-Cincirmoii, OHIO. MOSER, GEORGE-Cincinnofi, Ohio. MOSER. THOMAS A.-ME., Covimgfr., IfenM,cIy-PHI-555-pFIv:GI Sine", MOTZ, W. BRUCE-ME., Cimiinnofi, OIW5-DQIIQ TGU DEVO, Tow Befo P. ID. TG' SIgmc:, A.S.M.E. MURRAY, CHARLES W., JR.-CE., CinQlniInnoM, OM:-DQIIQ Tow DE-IIC, ASCE NEIDHARD, RICHARD D.fM.E, C'rvcivr3+i, Ohio-A,S.M.E., C1-cp Dom CWA- I t b mifiee. ' V? K IA 5 NENNINGER, THOMAS L.-ME., Cmfirmori, Ohlifgigmo CIM, Infrom rc: Sfw' .Q i A.S.M.E. v 'As 1' NEUBAUER, DONALD-Cincinnofi, om. ' NORRIS, ELWOOD B.gM,E., I:IOyT'fVT, Om'-AI,CfE, ASM., A.F.S. NOWIKOWSKI, LEONARD J.ffA.E, C-ixm-jvr IEW. 'MAA I.Ch,E,, C'--:C Commirvee. O.S.P,E., A.S,M., AFS. NUBER, KENNETH-CIN-ilmnoh, OMC O'BRIEN, OWEN-Covmgfxm, renmdw. OEHLER, JAMES W.7CI1 E. Clrvimncf, OI'zfffAICI1,E, I.+j-,-,wr-in C L, OLSON, GERALD M.E.,fRof:m9, WwwIgcfnem-'I'w,1wgIe, ASM E, OS PE S OLSEN, MERMOND R.fIE,E,, '.CrI:,1 Mmmgsiwro--A.I,E E., I,F'.E. O'NEILL, DANIEL R.-Cirwiinn-JN, OMC-I.A,S,, ROTC, Vg-'X As qwgm f mon Club. OSBORNE, WILEY-FI, Lohderdde, Florida. PAGANELLI, ANGELO A.-ME.. Cinglnm-uw, OPML-A,S,M,E, P, To Slqmx mon Club. PARKS, EDGAR-Clncinnoff, Ohio. PATTEN, FRANKLIN L.-ME., Domozcus, OIwf:'-Accihn, Tom Beta Pi, Pi To 3 Scczbbord and Blade, A.S.M,E., SAE. PAULUS, ROBERT F.-BS. In CE., WHeeIEng, Wen Vwgimo--A SCE, Urea.- Epsilon, Tum B910 Pi. PAYNE, GEORGE-C,E,, Iromon. Oiwic-A.S.C,E. PEPPERS, JOHN WILLIAM, 3RDAM.E., PcrIcersburq, Wesf Virginia-Derma L. Delfo, A.S,M.E,, Co-op Engineer. -.Q -as -s Q Nd ...ai X x X 1 X ,ff b 362, X ' . ' fr' , -H3 Q- 424- ' -f V . iw ' , 3' iq .41 H Q - ww: .4 - A '- ,I "' -6 , -' ' 45 A -- XX ' sl . :f Q, I - A x-f i. .- , , P ,:s..a:.:: I 'z ' Page 65 university of cincinnati The Universi+y of Cincinnaii is a s mbol of ihe infermingling of pioneer spirif wifh Old World culiure in ihe wesfern move- menf of our nafion. The hislory of our Universify is a pari' of ihe sfory of ihe Wesf. The deierminaiion of 'rhe people +o creafe new areas of civiliza+ion from undeveloped lands, +o mold a crude sociefy info +he pa'Hern of more culfurecl life, is expressed in fhe developmeni of 'the Universi+y from ihe hopes of +he ci+izens of Cincinnaii in i805 io fhis cenier of educafion for a me+ropoli+an area nearly a ceniury and a half laier. The Universiiy has Hs roois in 'I'he democraiic fradiiion, for i+ was a cifizens' repor+ of May, I805, which firsl' proposed 'rhe esfablishmeni of a college in +his ciiy. The direci resul+ of 'ihis repori, Cincinnaii Universiiy, incorporaied in I807, lasied only 'rwo years, bul' fhe dream of 'Phe pioneers remained 'fo bring abouf 'rhe subscrip+ion of forly ciiizens 'ro 'lhe fund which enabled Cincinna+i College +o be charfered in l8l9. ln a building locafed on whai' is now Walnu+ S+ree'r, norih of Fourih, some six+y siudenfs, all men, siudied a classical cur- riculum which included required courses in Lafin, Greek, ari'rhme+ic, and, for +he junior and senior years, "Belles- LeH'res," moral philosophy, and English composi+ion. This was +he beginning of fhe fradifion of higher educa'I'ion in +he Queen Ciiyg Cincinnaii College, noi' wiihouf +emporary 'fail- ures, developed info a cenier of 'I'he culiural growih of ihe Wesi. The democraiic foundaiions of higher educaiion in Cincin- naii were sfrengihened in I87O, 'I'he daie of 'rhe founding of fhe Universi+y of Cincinncrii. The esiablishmenl' of a universiiy as provided by fhe will of Charles McMiclcen, in l858, could noi be accomplished, buf civic senfimenf was crysiallized by 'rhe preparaiion of a legislaiive bill by +he Cify Council, irusiee of +he McMiclren Fund, +o permil' +he "aid and promo+ion" of educaiion, and consolidaiion of McMiclren Universiiy, Cincin- na+i College, fhe Cincinnaii Asfronomiccrl Sociefy, and o+her educafional uni+s. The Ohio Legislaiure passed +his bill, ihe earliesi' municipal universiiy s+a+u+e in +he nafion, and Ciiy Council in December of I87O elecfed ihe firs'l' Board of Direciors of 'rhe Universi+y of Cincinnaii. Much has been accomplished by +he applica'l'ion of +he spirif of 'lhe pioneers 'ro ihe search for knowledge. More 'rhan a Universiiy has been builfg a +radi+ion of cooperaiion of free people in service fo fuiure generaiions has been crea+ed and confinued. Thai' is +he cul+ural herifage of +he graduaies of 'rhis Universi+y.This boolr is +he record of anoiher year of ihe success of +ha+ heriiage. Page 3 Wi D I Y -0 I X J I 3. M, gn 'J ls If ,J ,, .I If K . aw , Q gif .Sa Page 66 I .2-3? ' 4 j , I, . ,., j .. -X .- : xy Y' x '-el' I ,X v A NNW 5, Q Ax F, Q QB fd X " 3' Ili ed , Mi J J 1 L I 'A' in 1 S X ,..L. IQ., AP' 'TS' xx , f 'Qi .. f , . I -0 , , A 0 4, if I I s :Ng - if I , ,. ,. ,.+ .iw 'x -1'-3 ,V , xy ' -J 4-af -. 'L 3 WQ g, , I I "nf . 3 - ..i. O engineerin PERK, HARRY N.-CAE., Cmjinnsfi, OMC!-Info CIW! Epsilon ISeC.I, A.I.CI'1.E.. pw' E'C Svgmo, PETERS, WILLIAM R.-EE, Chclnfxofi, OHM:-A.I.E.E. PETERSON, ROBERT S.-ME. De-eff-efd, lI'Inoi5-PIM DeI+Q Them, A,S,M,E,, Pi TCU Sigma. PETRICH, EDWARDiCw3inr1o'i OHL PEEFFERLE, RICHARD A.-M E, Cir-:inno'Y, OHFQ-!A,S,M.E,, Pi Tok Sigma, Tau BEIVJ PI, Newrvorl CINE, PIN E'o Sgr-41. PHILLIPS, HAROLD S.-EE. L'dIow. V5-P+ ICI5fA.I.E.E,, l.R.E, PHILLIPS, RICHARD E.-ME., Cincinnofl, CHI-3fTcM Befo PI, Pi Tom Sigmo, CO-Op Efgimeer, Comp Dov Comffi"ee, A.S.M.E,, O.S.P.E., AIS., Y,M,C,A, PINKERTON, BILI.fIronf.:'r', OHIO. PLACKE, DALE-M.E., Cmz r'mO'I,0I1I4j'7T'I'UFg1'E, PI Tax, Slgmo, To I Be-To PL S.A.E., AS M E, PLACKE, DONALD E.-EE. fl-Jw vw, OHcAA.I.E.E., I,R.E., Dorm C Nice-Pres.l. POHLMAN, RAYMOND B., JR.-EE., Cmfinngfi, Omg-Efo Koppo NJ, A.I.E.E., I.R.E, To. Befa Pu. POPPE, RICHARD E., JR.fBL-'fe M0f"or'o4I,R.E,, ANS Boord, A.I.E,E. POSGE, JOSEPH F.fA,E, H'r'1esI5-od, Per'n3vIvon'0+I.A,S. POWERS, WISTO NT. PRESTON, GAYLORD?CwnCIn ME, OWS. PRICHARD, JAMES JEROMEiCrw,E., Asrvlorwc, Ike-rv'I,fiI:5,-Thevo CIM, AIDIIO Chi Sgrno, A.I.CV1,E., O,S.P.E. PROPER, ALTON-Wofrem, Perwgf-fowio. QUEEN, JAMES F., JR.7E,E,, BQIIE-vg-?, Kev? 'Iy-EIO Koppo N , AIEE. RADTKE, CARL A.fB.S. In ME., CImi'nn0'?, OMG-DQIYO TOL, DQITU, A.S.M,E, RAFFEL, ARTHUR J.--ME., Cmcinnofi CIM:-fO.S.P.E., A,S.M.E. RAHN, DONALD H.fA,E., Dcyfon, Ohm-Slgmc Alpha Epsdfw, IA.S,, Arnofd Amr Sciwefy, S-fobbord and BIode, RANSOM, WILLIAM J.-'CEU CinjFnwcz'E OHM:-O,S.P.E. IPres., VlQe'Pres.I, Y.M.- C.A. IVICE-Pres., P,-b, Cin, WorId AIIIQV CHL, Fireside CIWLI, HELP Commif- Toe- Crwr., R,O.T.C., Pcrefirg Piflea, Mpmmers, Vorslty Vorwles, RATHMAN, EDWARD J.fM,E., Civdmnofi, 0hInh+A.S.M.E. RATTERMAN, ERNEST-AE., Cm-mrom, OI-wif-I,A.S, engineerin 0 RAVE, JOSEPH-Cincinnofi, Oiiia. REED, JACK C.-EE., Fi, Thomas, Ventinzky-A,l.E.E., R.O.T.C. RHODES, TI"IOMPSONfA.E., New .iefiey-Triangie, LAS., S.A.E RIPPLE, HOWARD A.-EE., Girard, Oiiiaginiangie, A,i,E.E., IP A RITCHIE, FLOYD. RITTER, JOHN-Cincinnoii, Oiiiii. ROBINETT, DONALD V.7B.S. in M,E., Siiverion, Oinii:ifNe-wmon Cinb ASM E, S.A.E,, American Ordinance Asecciaiion. ROBINSON, ROBERT R.-ME., Dayfan, Oiwia-A.S.M.E,, Pi Tan Sigma, ROESENER, CLARENCE WILLIAM-CE., Cincinnaii, Okie. ROETTKER, PAUL A.-CHE., Cinqinnaii, Qi'iiiiifA.i.Ci'i.E., 0,S.P,E ROSS. CHARLES-Leesburg, Oiiic. ROTHFUSS, ROBERT+BeIieviie, Ifieni clri, SACHS, LEE H.-CI'1.E,, Cineinnoii, Civic-A,I Cn E, Qpres Eng. Irbiniu' fVi-ie- Pres.j, Alpina Chi Sigma IPres.l, Orienraiion Board, CLS PE, Wife-Pie1 Cri- operaiive Engineer IEd. Sfaffi, Camp Dov Cifmfnifiee iCnr, if Ciif-ifiidininfsfini SALLADA, PAUL E.fM.E., Ciniiirmoii, Qiwiiii-AS M.E, SALMON, WALTER W.fM.E. Canton, Oi1i:fA'pi1a Ta- Qniega, ASME Y,M,C.A. SANDER, THOMAS I'I.-M.E., Greenviiie, QI'iiofY,M.C A., lnfrarniirais, Pi Toi Sa- rna, Tau Befa Pi, A.S.M,E, SANNEMAN, RICHARD W.-E,E., Ciricinnoii, OhiefI'7l.Q ILC., A.I.E,E., Eia Ifappa NU, Tom Befo Pi. SCHAUB, LESTER J.fE,E., ilewpciri, l'5enii,ii3IyfVarsiTy Rifle Team fcapyj, SCHAWE, RICHARD J.-CE.. I-ioniiififin, OHii5i7A,S.C,E, Cni Epsiim SCI-ILOEMER, PAUL G.-M.E., Cincinnati, OhiaAPi Tim Sigma, A.S,M.E, iiewniw Club. SCHOTT, JAMES ROBERT-M.E., Cincinnari, Onic--A,S.M.E. SCHRAMM, DONALD C.-CE., Cincinniyi, Onie-A.S.C,E. SCHUBERT, RAY-Cinqinmfi, OhiigfDel+o Tai Deifo. SHUMACHER, RAYMOND K.-B.S. in EE., Biiiiffon, 0hirjifAm6ViffGD Cmii-f..gfif, Ciiib, LPC., I,R.E., l.E.S. i i Q1 'mai xx' Q A' X 'ii ,.,,,, . A 4. -x l, AA: , :X ' - M- i , vi.-""5f I I ,- I ,, QQ A-iii . I A xgrfgi ' X . ' i 1,1 -"xii - - A-.155-is -S" 'iv i ' e a 'f 22 'I 1- A wiv .. , 3 -ix : Su k Z..-n.. - -:N 'I " :- , Tig - ' i :S 5 L 3 i A X I I A ::1'e.q ga : I, ,I 112 - . , . Q . , A AP' 33' ii: Q .. 5 wi 1 ,,-- lil il 49 If . N Page 67 ,. . .41- 1 il K lx , '2 u ' , Page 68 'Z , .N I. l.,-If :SSS . I en ineerin SCHWAEGERLE, PAUL R.-CI'1.E., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Alpha Chi Sigma, A.I.CI1.E., 0.S.P,E, SETTLE, WILLIAM-C,E, and B.S. in C.E., Cincinnafi, Ohio-A.S.C.E. SHAW, PHILIP E.-Ch.E., Traiwaad, Ohio-A.I.CI'1.E. SHESKIER, ALEXANDERfHemp5Iead, New York. SHIVELEY, THOMAS-Cincinnafi, Ohio. SHULTZ, GERALD L.-EE., Cincinnaii, Ohio-Tau Befa Pi, Efa Kappa Nu, Kappa I-'appa Psi, A.I,E.E., I.R.E., Band. SILBERBERG, FRED S.fB.S. in A.E., Memphis, Tennessee-Tau Beia Pi, Phi Eia Sig- ma, Pi Lambda Sigma, I.A.S., Arnoid Sociefy. SLONE, EDWARD RICHARD-M.E., Cincinnafi, Ohio-A,S,M.E. SLONE, EDWIN LEEWME., Cincinnati, Ohio-A.S,M.E. SMITH, CHARLES S.-'EEN Cincinnafi, Ohio-Triangle, Tau Beia Pi, Efa Vappa Nu, A.I.E.E., O,S,P.E, SMITH, CLOYDfCincinnaIi, Ohio. SMITH, EVERETT D.-EE., Miamisburg, Ohio-Phi EIO Sigma, Efa Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E,E. SMITH, WILLIAM E.-CE., Norwood, OI'iia4Chi Epsiion, A.S.C.E. SPENCER, DONALD-EE., Beiievne, Ifeniuciy-Pi Ifappa Aipha Ipiedge MasIerI, i.F.C,, I.R,E., AI.E.E. SPIEKER, GREGORY J.-CE, Cincinnafi, Ohio-Tau Baia Pi, Chi Epsiion, A.S.C.E. SPRIGGS, JOHN S.-Ch.E., Cincinnafi, OhiaAPhi Lambda Upsilon, A.I.Cn.E. IVice- Pres.I, O.S.P.E., Tan Beta Pi fpre-5.1, Aipha Chi Sigma, SPRINGER, WILLIAM-Elizabeihiown, Indiana. SPRINGMEIER, WILLIAM J.-Ch E., Sn Bernard, Ohio-A.I.Ch.E. STEBBINS, ROBERT E.fM.E., Ciniiinnafi, Ohiaf-Pi Kappa Aipha, A.S.M.E., O.S.P.E. STEFFENS, WILLIAM R.fE.E., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Pershing Rifles, A.I,E.E. STELTENPOHL, GENE L.-EE., Cincinnaii, Ohio-A.I.E.E., Phi EIO Sigma, Tau Befa Pi STEMLEY JOHN J.-CE, Dayian. Ohiofphi Kappa, A.S.C,E, STENGER, EDWIN A.fMeI.E., Cheviot OhiCifThera Chi, A,I.CIi,E,, Newman Ciub. STICKNEY, ROY ROBERT-C.E,, Cincinnaii, Ohio-Swimming Team ICQ-CapI., Caphj, Eng. Tribiinai, Beia The-fa Pi, A,S,C.E. Inframurals, Co-op Day Com- mlvee. engineering I STOECKLIN, ROBERT L.-Af., Cincinnafi, Ohio-I.A.S. Ipragram Chr.I, STOOS, ROBERT F.-EE., Cincinnali, Ohio-A.I,E.E., IRE., OS,P,E, lnlrarnirals. STRACK, DONALD R.-Doylon, Ohio, STRATMAN, ANTHONY F.-M.E., Cimijiririali, Ohio-A.S.M.E. STROHMENGER, ALBERT N.-MAE., Cinqirimfi, Ohio-Lambda Chi Alpha. A,I.Ch.E., Alpha Chi Sigma. STUEBING, WILLIAM R.WM,E, Cincinnati, OITICl'S'QUWO Chi, ' I ' ' I A ,- qv 1. .-.af TAYLOR, MERLIN L.-EE., Hamm, Ohio-A.I.EE. I X , Q 32- 'K 9. . THOMPSON, HARRIS A.-sp,-IRQIEEI, OH. -1, I . , THUTZLER, HENRY. i' TIMPERMAN, ERNEST-EE, Oinfima, IOHEAIIEWMA C E, A,i,E E, I PIE, iw. f mural Baseball, Inlermiifal Fgigilball. E 5 in A f f Ir: ..,. ,Q TODD, JAME EUOENEAOIYE., Oimmi, CIHEIAEIEIYQ Tal EIEIYEI, Al CIIE if ,gg TUCKER, DONALD G.fM,IE., Ilfiifrian, Ollaiffirria-Ver A-'.',IiI-i afijm, A.S,I'I.I E an-N I V ii: i' " Sfude-nf Council, Eng. Tribmal IPIE-s.I, Mem: Severn ' 'T iw 32 TUCKER. JEWELL G.AE,E., Podligoh, IW,.1I,LI,R.E,, A.I,E,E, I M mi TUETING, HARRY O.-ME., wyoming, Ohm-A.S.M.E. Q, TURNBULL, DAVID R.-ME., comm, DHD-A,s.M,E,, YMCA OIAA Cliib, I VIGUS. LAWRENCE-ME., Daylc-ri, OHQAAHAO To. fjfmqo, A SME, O sf' E, ' 'I A ,IIN ',-A , VILLENA, GUILLERMO-Cf., Ecuador, Sf lh ArvIerI':OfI.a+IrI Am-eII:cI Club, - I . A.S,C.E. Rx" Q, . Og, " VOCKELL, LOUIS J., RR.-M.E,, Cincirmali, QhIO4A,S.M.E., O.S.P.E. "-' I Il ' ' f Ng Ac "" , ' ' 5' . A .. M VOOT, MICHAEL W.-Ch.E., si, sword, OHE-A.I.QII.E,, R,O.T,C,, Arnold AI, Sociely. O.S,P.E. ,agp m i fs VOLLMER, CARL--Cincinnati, Ohio, WADDELL, JOHN-IrOrIIOrI, Ohio-Acacia IPIE-e,I, l.F.C., Union Dance Commilr-ee, Band, Men's Senafe, Alpha Phi Omega, A.5.M.E. WADSWORTH, R.AI-Iamilfan, Ohio. WARD, WILLIAM B.-Ch.E., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Alpha Chi Sigma, A.I,Ch.E., Coop- erafive Engineer, Pi Della Epsilon, News Record. WARNER, JAME F.-ME., Cincinnali, Ohiof Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Giee Club, A.S,M.E., Tau Bela Pi, Spirit Inc. Page 69 5 r . vqp 4? vs 'R , - X Y Q f .E I Tx . .,XV H .IN " I L 3 1,15-E A- NJ if vw M Ns - wh .Ji ....-0, .wi gal I 8 ' . L F A . I Ii' F I 3 I 1 e - gg 1 x 1 .,, L , I ' o f. x 2 - .V,. Af ,I N I i . A A.. f,Q' , 4. Rf . -Z , N D- : I kg . LLC 1- I Page 70 ,-,, - .. , h . L O engineerin WASIL, JOSEPH-Cleveland, Ohio. WEAVER, CARL C., JR.-M.E., Cincinndri, Ohio-A.S,M.E. WEINER, THEODORE. WEISENBERGER, WILLIAM P.-CILE., FI, MIICIWQII, Keniudcy-AIpI'va CHI Sigma A.l.CIi.E. WEISS, DONALD C.-ME., I-Iomnmn, Ohio. WELCH, ROBERT L.-CE., AsIweviIIe, Norfh Caroiina-AIpIwo Tau Omega, A.S.C.E. SAE., AIpIwa Phi Omega. WESTERLUND, KARL I. K.-EE., Ciniinnafi, OI1iafPInI EIU Sigma, EIO Kappa NU A.I,E,E., I,R.E., Tan Befa Pi. WHEATLEY, EUGENE A., JR.-ME, Cincinnati, Ohio-S.A.E,, A.S.M.E,, Y.M,C.A. O.S,P.E., Pi Tan Sigma, WHEELER, ROBERT--EE, I-IanwiIIi:n, Ohio-A,I.E.E. WHITCOMB, W. C.-Cincinncvi, Ohio. WHITE, GEORGE-EE., Van Wert Ohio. WHITFORD, DALE I'I.AA.E., Cincinnati, OnicABeIa The-fa Pi ILibrarian, Ed Mag- azineI, IA S. ICnr.I, Eng, Tribunal, Co-op Day CcmmiHe-e. Y,M.C.A. WILBU R, ROBERT-Cincinnafi, Onia. WILSON, JAMES E.-ME.. Cmcinnafi, CMC.-Delia Tau DQIIQ, Sapnfs. A.I.CI'1.E. A,S.M. WINDER, CLAYTON F.-EE., Ciniiinncni, Onic-I.R.E., A.I.E.E. WINDER, DANIEL E.-E.., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Pi Kappa AIpI'ia, Efa Kappa Nu. A,I.E.E. WINNES, HARVEY G., JR.-M.E., Cneviof, Ohio-Delia Tan DeI'ra, A.S.M.E., O,S,P.E. WOOD, JOHN J.fE,E,, Cinvinnaa, Olnic--A.I,E.E., I.R.E,, O.S.P.E, Newman CILJIJ. WONES, CARL .I., JR.-ME., Cincinnaii, OFIU-A.S.M.E., S.A.E. YOUNG, DEAN W.-BS. in EE., OI'eQnviIIe, OInia4OIee Cinb, A.l.E.E,, Efa Kappa N , InIefff.Lra's, Iwerdigrm. CounciI. ZEH, THEODORE-Cincinnmi, Ohio. ZOLLER, JAMES RAYMOND-CINE., EY. MiIcI'veII, Kenhidiy-Sigma Chi, Phi Efa Sigma, A.I.CIm.E., O,S.P.E,, Alpha Cni Sigma, Phi Lambda UpsiIon, Tau Baia PI. NOT PICTURED HAFER, RICHARD F.-Mef.E., Cincinnafi, Olnio-Sigma Chi, Cooperafive Engineer, CincinnaIIan,A.I.CI'1.E. LORAH, PAUL W.-EE., Cincinnati, OIwicivI.R.E., A.I,E.E. its W lx!!-.V 1 o college of home economies Home Ec. does a plus iob! I+ no+ only prepares fhe girls for fheir MRS degree, buf also provides ex+ensive courses in cliefefics, lexdiles, clofhing, child developmenl, and merchandising. Highlighfing ihe season were fhe annual dinner parfies sponsored by each of The four classes. Here 'rhe s+uden'rs re- ceived a chance fo display 'their culinary falenfs. Under lhe guidance of Dean Dyer, Home Ec has become known for ifs friendly spirit Page 7I V sxdl QS z tx , y , U .4 , - f ' 4, 'il ' ,, i i - - - B 'Ns T3 A - . i, gtk, A lx-'HS i ,,,, ., ot. , V - , iisfp ii. va' ,LL I .4- .- u x -4' 93. "-.4 .- Ja TT?- Q . y y , X i . "T . sd " f .c 5 L1 A ii is gjipti H T Llifi Page 72 fi X 'wx ff rf -4 112' far. 1-J rf" ' ..! f I -l ww' 0 home economics AGLAMESIS, MARY- BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Chi Omega lSec.I, Wig Wag, Y.W.C.A., Alpha Lambda Delta, Cincinnatian, Junior Advisers, Basketball, Vriieyball, Home EC. Club lEd., Pres.I. Home Ec. Council ITreas.I, Home EC. Tribunal lPres.l, Ivy Chain, Ornicran Nu lEd.I, Tau Pi Epsilon lSec.I, Base- ball, Bowling. ALEXANDER, MINNIE LEE-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Delta Sigma Theta, Home EC. Club, Y.W.C.A. BECKER, CORALEN-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Alpha Omicron Pi, Horne Ec. Club, Y,W.C.A. BOEHM, IDA MAEiB.S., Cincri-ati, OhiaAPi Lambda Sigma, Cvlee Club, Newman Club, WA.A., Wig Wag. BOSCH, GERALDINE-BS., Cincinnati Ohi.--Trianan, I-lame Ec, Club, Ornicron BREADY, DOROTHY-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio-Transter tram University ot Kansas, Hive EQ. Club, H:nie EQ. Eiiefutive Council lEd.I, I-lorne EQ. Tribunal lTreas.l, Llniin Variety Cam. BRENNEMANN, CATHERINE JEAN-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio-Trianisn, I-lame Eg, C ,b, Alpha Lambda Delta, Ofnicron ilu. BUCK, RUTH-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohic--Delta Delta Delta, Glee Club, Murnrners, Wig Wag, Vigilance, Clnclnnatian lCopy Edt, Junior Class Secretary, Forty. n vers, Pi Delta Epsilan, Ivy Cha n, J inicir Prcrn. Corn., Red Crass, Senior Con- C x tafiijn C:-rm, lxy Day Mini. CLARK, BETTY SUE-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Ifappa Alpha Theta, Wig Wag, X1'.W C.A,, Penguin Club, Deans List, St dent Assistant, Horne EC. Club. COHEN, SYLVIA-B S., Clncinnri, Ohio-I-lame Eli. Club, Y.W.C.A. COPLAN, ORENE-BS., Cincinnati, Ohi:. DENIER, MARGARET-BS., Cincinnati, OtiafAlpha Oamrna Delta lSeC.I, Home EL. C ,b, Vifig Wag, News F656-rj, Y.W.C.A. DIAMANT, SHIRLEY L.-BS., Cincinnati, Ohiciil-lcinie Ec, C!-tb, Intercollegiate Zi-:inist Fed. at Arnerica, Hillel lVice-Pi'e5.l EVANOFF, ANNAfB,S., Car-., Indiana-Alpl'-a Ornicran Pi, Latin Arnerican Club, Hcr"eE:.Cl,b,Orniiri1in ll, lPres.l, Menigrial Dorm, Cabnet lludiciary Com., Chnl. FERTIG, CAROL-BS., Nzrviscd, C'hic-Zeta Ta. Alpha, Y.W,C,A., I-lame Ec. Club, Orniirin N,, Wig Wag. FRANCQ, DENISE-BS., Cinzirrati, Cllr:-Alpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board lPres.l, Alpha Lambda Delta, Guidan lSeC.l, Y.W.C.A. lCabinetl, Home Ec. Tribunal, Jirniar Advisors lChr,I, Womans Senate lVil:e4Pres.l, Orientation Beard, Ivy Day Chain, Ornicr-an ltlu !,Treas.l, Swdent Religious Council, C Ping Corn., Beecher Award Winner, Alpra Chi Omega Pledge Award. FUNKE, HELEN LOUISE-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Ifappa Alpha Theta, Horne EC. Cl,b, Republican Club, Y.W.C.A. GARRISON, PRISCILLA STUART-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Theta lln- 'rarngral Represl, Penguin Club, Varsity Fencing Tearn, W,A.A., Intramural Volleyball Boslfetball, Baseball, Murnfners, Y.W.C,A., Horne Ec. Club, Band Sp-nsar, Tau' Beta Sigma, "White Rose" at Larnbda Chi Alpha. GEISLER, JEAN-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Ciee Club lTreas. Vice-Pres,I. Wig Wag lSei:.l, Horne Ec, Executive Council IS-argl, Varsity Vanities, Y,W.C.A., Spirit Inc., W.S.S.F., News Record, Wzirnens Sena'e, Horne EL. Club lSec.l. GERTZAM, GILDA-B.S.. Cincinnati, Ohio-Per-gain Club, Hillel, Murnrners, Van- itez, Psvahalagy Cllb, GILMORE, BETTY-Knoxville, Tennessee-Zeta Tau Alpha, Tau Pi Epsilon, Home Eg Bjb, Y,W,C,A,, Swdent Directory, Inter-Sarority I-louse Council. GRIFFIN, MARIAN-BS.. Sharorville, Ohlg-Y.W,C.A., Home Ec. Club. HALL, FRANCIS-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohic. HATTERSLEY, NANCYaB.S., Cincinnati, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Theta, Sailing Club, Mfnrners, Horne EC. Club, Y,W,C.A., Tau Pi Epsilon lPres.l. I home economics I INGLE, BRENT-B.S,, Cincinnafi, Ohio-Kappa Aipiia Tneia, Y,W,C.A. iSei:, Pres.i, Wig Wag icauncilj, Sfudenf Reiigious Council Nice-Pres,j, Feiigiow Emphasis Week fSec.-Treas., Treas.i, Warne-n's Senafe, Oriennutinn Board iTreos,, Seal, Pi Tau Epsilon, Mortar Board. KAEMMERLE, BEVERLY 1EAN+B,S., Ciniginnaii, Qriii-P-iapciil Popp-J Gianifn- Ta Fi ICorres. Seal, Vigilance, Forty-niners, Home EQ, Chb, Dante Ci b, if ,i Epsiic-n, iViCE'-PVE'5.i, W,A.A. KILE, DORIS JOANNEABS, Ciniiinnafi, Oiiiiifinirrie Ei, Ciub iTrif'a5, an Prexwii Horne' EC. Caunijii, Horne EC. Eresiirnan Adviziir, Y.W,C,A., Red Citi-,sa Mcior Corps, Wig Wag, Spiri' ini:,, Gaif, Arcriery. KLEINE. BETTY-BS., Cin-3inna'i, OHiCv-LGPP-3 Aipina Tre-fa, Y,W.C,A, i-iiinie EH Cigb, Mzmni-era, Transfer frirn Wevern Ciilege. KOEGEL, PEGGYfE,S., Cini:inna'i, Oni:-Thefa Prii Afpria, Ean i-ieieniii C 'fi inferASorQr:+y Hniise Ciiuncii, Newman Clib, Orriigrifin NE, Horne- Ef. Cizb, Jnnior Advisor, Y,W,C.A,, Pri:-fiie, Ciniiinnafian, Siidwi Dire-iii:-rv. Rid CWS Coiiege Unif, Migmmers, Unicn C-ini. LIEE, MARGO-BS. Cincinnyi Qininfgigv-2: Eii3J'a TiJ,, Eengfr: C E' Hi YNVC A, LEWIS, ERNESTINE DAISY-B Sw Cinijinnari, 0i'iii:i-Deifa Sgrvra Tne'iii MARMER, PHYLLIS HEILBRUN--BS, Cinvinnaii, Cnif,--i-icfne Ef CV ii- MARTIN, iNEZfB.S,, Ciriirncv, Ciiv MC CONNELL, JANET-B Sq Ciniiinnilfi, LfDi'iC+i'if'f'Y'E' EM C EJ, VVQ1 Wiiiiq if:Q,Ti ciii, Junicr Adizgifrs., YM!,C.A. MEANS, BETTY7B.S., Cinf'ir'r'a+i, C3rii'7A'pina Orririi,ij-fi Pi, Y.W,C A, H' riifg- E' Cvb Wegie-',' EC' ndcwiin, Vfij Wag, MOTZ, GLADYS REBECK-B S. Cin' F-,yi Qin,-'ffl--, ififwgg, E , iwigfa igec, Vie-Pwzi, i-icnie Ei, C b iV:e-Pie , I., Chai'-, Inv Anfee YWC Ai MUELLER, ANN DAVlS75S,, E2 ir'f"'3' V,-V JL-pu Aipra Tried, NVE W,:g Mgmr'-ers Hiiifne E2 Cfrb, MUTH, MARILYNN J.-BS, Cnfini-yi Qrii-E91 E-fl Ee'3 VV1 Vvfuj W,S,S.E. iEii:aT Crrni, Y.W,C.A,, iniram roi Bai,-'E-12 inwgnf ig' V:i'if1 no Union Board, Red Cross., Hcrne Ei Ciiib. NEBLETT. BARBARA7B,S, Cincinnigii, fflinni, NEFF, MARTHA LEE-'B S., Ev, Tivinias P-+9n',Ci--.-P15351-J A an-3 Tiiffr: iii: Pi Epsiion. NEUMANN, LENORE-B S,,Cini1inniy,, OPM.-.-XNig Wm, i-iff,-Q gi, C175 wif, if : OBERLANDER, JANET--B S, Cinijinnqn, QM.- PAINTER, ALDEAN E.-B.S,, Cincinnati, Qiwiifi. PETRY, NANCY CAUBLE-B S., Cijvinawi-n, iieniiii,-Tian ig-V Ecni Un i , l.oUisvi,Ie-. QUINN, MARTHA BADEN+B.S., Salem, Indian-375-itiffie Ei. Clgb, W.AA, Ar? BOGVG. Y.W.C.A.. Jnnlfir Advisers, Soiioicgy Cub, Union Board iVar:i'y C-3r'n.j RULE, JEANETTE-B.S., Cincinnafi, Oniafifappa Aipnig Ther.:-,Y i-1,3.ff,p. EC. Tigbnfui Y.W.C.A,. Murnme-re, Ped Cross Cziiiege Unk, RUSSE, RAMONA-BS., Cincinnati, aiickcm Orne a Rfk Firm - - Y 9 Q K C Hum-: E,. Ciub Sfudeni' Coiiniiii ISE-Qi. Harrie EC. Tribunai lireaii, Harrie Ei. CLE iSopi'i. class pre-s.i, Ciii Omega fP,s.i'i Cnairrnanj, Wigmeffg Senqie iB,3,3l,3.,,',e Business Manageri, Dance Ciib 1Corres, Seal, Jiiriigr Adviggif, IW Qmgjnx Saciai Board, Wig Wag Councii, Spirii' Inc., Y.W.C,A., S+-Q-:ie-ni' Direijfiiiry, News Record, Junior Prom Commifiee fMigra'ion Day Treasj. SANDERSON, DOROTHY-B.S., Auguva Georgia. x ' 37, N ,.., . "N . QF A . EERE It at I -' f ' i is i W , -Y A , . .' iii, 1 , 3z.,y,:,E. . f 3. a , "Mx .5 1 -' ,-"V pe . ' 1 . R . X 3 ii H N., ev- in ,, ' -Jw f z .- A ' . 'far W xxvx , 151' 5f21'if?i 5.13 -3 l in 5 , ,gif , A .J I., 4, Q , - 4,-57 1, W Wg , i 3, iz I wx -.' N '5 "' Page 73 X 'Z ' A 'R x ' : je, xi I. r ' 4 V .R Y I ,. W, , g, .Q A - rl iaaigei ij", 2 I 9 . i .ll fix .. A P . 'WE A ff . zf A . , .Q I ,, . . .I -f 'J,.' 5 2 6 , .ae , -4 -:ar Page 74 I home economics ST. CLAIR, MARGARET JEAN-BS., Cincinnali, Olwio-Murnrners, 49'ers, Union Moxie Cofnrnillee. Zeia Tau Alplwa, Y.W.C.A., Psychology Club, Co-op Club, Nifesley Faundaiian. SCHRADER, JANET-BS., Cincinnafi, Olnio-Cl'ii Omega lCorres. Seal, Wig Wag, Miymmers, Y.W,C.A., Sailing Club, Home Economics Club, Tau Pi Epsilon, Puycliolagv Club, Siucleni Direclary. SCHWARTZ, SALLY L.-B S., Cincinnali, Olnio. SCHWARTZ, VIVIAN RUTH-BS., Cincinnaii, Ol1io+I-lome Economics Club, Hillel. SCOTT, BARBARA-BS, Cincinnali. Ohio-Della Della Della lCorres. Seal, Mum- mers, Wig Wag, Spiri' lnc., Y.W.C.A., Red Cross Speakers Bureau. SMITH, JULIA LEE--BS., New Carlisle, Oiiiig-Della Zelo, Home Ec. Club, W.A.A., Y.W.C,A., Freshman Ccfnrnissinn, Aris Board, Wesley Foundalian, Spirif Inc.. ln'e'sorori'v I-lc we Council. STEINBERG, BARBARA BUKA-B,S,, Cincinnati, Ohio-Home Ec. Club, I-lillel. SUYEMOTO, MASA-BS., Cfncinnafi, Olnio, THOMAS, JOAN-B.S., Cincinnati, Oivio-Ciwi Omega, Y.W.C.A,, News Record, M ir-wnierl., Pan Hellenic Co'-ncil, Penguin Club, I-lame EC. Club, Red Cross. WATSON, EVA MAE-B.S., Cinannali, Olnic-I-lame EC. Club. WEBER, MARGARET C.-BS., Cin-iinnail, Ohio. WILLIAMS, MARGIE LOUXBS., P+. Tlnornas, Ken'uclcy.gI4appa Alpina Tiwela. WISEMAN, JEANNE-B.S., Cincinnaii, Olnia-Kappa Kappa Gamma, Varsily Van- Pies, Y.W C.A. Cobinell, l-lclnwe EC. Club, I-lcrne Ec. Tribunal, Junior Adviser, Spiri' lrig, VIC., lnfravwural Bfjwlir-ig, Volleyball, WOOD, DOROTHY-BS., Lebanon, Olwici-Kappa Delia ll-louse Mqnl, lnier-soror' ily I-lcuse Cciincil lPres.l, Glee Club, Dorm Council, Studeni-Facully Alumni QC,mm,+fEE, Tggi Pi Epsilon, 49'ers, Y.W.C.A., Home Ec. Club. - xx X ? es... I if v"ug o vollf-ge of liberal arts The primary purpose of flne College of Liberal Arls is 'ro provide a +l1orougl1 and broad general educaiion. Suclw a background is imporlanf in +l'1e developmenl of men and women capable of making valuable conlribuiions 'ro 'llwe life of Hweir com- muni+y and qualified fo serve as leaders. Liberal Arls lraining also provides +l'1e preparaiion neces- sary for many professions and careers. A 'fall order, bu+ Dean Barbour sees +l1a+ i+'s fulfilled. Page 75 N ,- -15" H I :pf .Ji V EL. . 'Q T76 M 0. ,S 5 I, ' If 1 L5-W' Riff, wp .a-'A 'x 1 .."g .43-I Z . U jf. , .Q . fi, .i' '4 P ,J . , ' 4. 51 ,b , . ' i . ' .L V 1 1 ' . .I I P ,ian - -i 'ix V 1 'if 5 i ca. ,-'I , L. 2.1, ' f ,f W., x ,4 n ' I ffigifz L 1 ., I , Q- ,s-QQ x I t .N.-Nw .4 I.,-' -+ vw- - ,M 'aww 3 ... C Q .Q T. ' J .5 ji, ' , I .i Ati ' '1.-..i.L!. A Z Q W .NL :N ,fi at . '17, P ' -:rl I Ml wail' i T7' fr .11 . i .,, , -XV o H- 'nr i ,MGI C, ' 'gli' i .gf Page 76 '89 VIL" fr nl ,4- -4 -I J '-:Y .u.QI1.3 ,iii L . I X .J . VJ in I' .',- ,M I liberal arts ACKMAN, DANIEL D.-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Air R.O.T.C., lnlramural, Profile Stahl. ACKMAN, JAMES B.-BS., Doylon, Kenluclxy,-Alpha Chi Sigma. AESCHRACH, HARRIET L.-B.A., Cincinriali, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Della, Junior Advisers, Sociology Clwb, News Record, Y.W,C.A. ARNOLD, CAROL LEE-E.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Del'a, Women! Senale lCorrs. Seal, Junior Advisors, Y.W.C.A. Cabinel, News Record. BARETT, SUE-B.A,, Cincinnali, OhiofNewrnan Club, Y,W,C.A., Wig Wag Council, Soclolc-gy Club, Religious Emphasis Week Represenlalive. BARNHART, CAROLE-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Omicron Pi, News Record, Y.WC.A,, Olee Club. BAUMANN, LORRAINE M.-B.A., l-larnillori, Ohio-Psychology Club, Sociology Club, W,A.A. BELL, JANE4Cincinna+i, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Vigilance lSec.-Treas.l, Junior Adviware lProiecl Chnl, News Record, lvy Chain, Spiril lnc., Y.W.C.A., French Clfb, Glee Club, Arla Board. BERGMAN, MILTON-B.A., Cincinnoli, Ohio-Murnmers Guild, l-lillel, Pi Lambda Phi lSiribel, Forensics Guild lChr.l, Tau Kappa Alpha, Y.M.C,A. iegiale Council lor lhe U, N., Y.M.C.A. Cabine?, Pi Lambda Phi, lnlernafional BERNSTEIN, JOHN THOMAS-B.A,, New Richelle, N. Y.fSlale Direclor ol' Cole legiaae Ccioncil Tor lhe U.N., Y.lvl.C.A, Cabinel, P' Lambda Phi, lnlernalional Cfb, l-liilel, Arls Board, Fencing Team, Spirilr Inc. BLETSO, MRS. BRUCEYBA., Cleveland l-leighl, Ohio-Zela Tau Alpha, Wig Wag, Y,W.C.A., Cincinnalian, News Pecord, Sludenl Direciory, Mumrners. BODENLOS, ROBERT G.fB.S., Frernonl, Ohio-Sigma Chi. BORGMANN, JANET-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Zela Tau Alpha, W.A.A., Penguin C ily, Giils Pille Team, German Club. BOSTER, STANFORD R.-BA., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Sigma Alpha Mu. BREWSTER, JOHN C.-B.A,, Cincinnati, Ohio-Lambda Chi Alpha lSec.l, Alpha l-'apcia Psi, Y.NA.C.A,, Economics Club, A.l,Ch.E. BROWN, EDWARD RlCl'lARDfB.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Phi Della Thela. Swimming, Men's Senole, Traci, Arnold Air Sociely, Cross Counlry, C. Club. BROWNE, WILLIAM H.-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio4Sigma Chi, Scobbord arid Blade, ROTC, POA, Mens Sena'e lnlra-mLral5, Y.M.C.A. BURKS, JAMES F.-BA.. Cincinnati, Ohio. CANTOR. JACQUELINE DEO-B.A., Broolnlyn, New Yorli-l-lille Rep., I.Z,F.A., Y,W,C.A. lSoi:. Aclians Com.l, Memorial Dorm Cabinel, Radio Worlrshop. COHEN, STANLEY F.-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Pi Lambda Phi. COLWELL, FRED G.eB,S., Cleveland, Ohio-Sigma Chi, Cincinnor an, lvlelro. CONLEY, DONALD K.wB.S., Ludlow, lfenluclry-R.O.T.C, COOK, RODGER-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio. COSTELLO, JAMES A.-B.A., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Phi Della Thela lSec.l, Phi Era Sigma, Debating lPres.l, R.O.T.C. llvlaiorl, Scabbard and Blade lCapl.l. Profile lEdilorl, Board of Publicalions, Pi Del'o Epsilon, Men's Senale lPres.l, Convocaliiin Ccimrnillee, Orienlalion Board, Sludenl Council, Omicron Della Vapca liberal arts O ,- - . - ' CREIGHTON. JANET E.-B,s.. czncznms, Ohio-Alpha cha omega lm-5.1. . Rf 'sw ' Y , cRowE, ALBERT-as., H. worms, Kenmky. , ' if, W I 'I , CULBERSON, WILLIAM LOUIS-B,S,, Cimcinnafi, Olwic-Tlwela CHE, ' ' , -515 -starr -9 I f . Q 1 f fl. 9 Ax 5 V, I . DANGEL, JOAN-B.A., Cinclnnali, Qlwlo-Alpha Della Pi lVlce Presl, G EE Club, ' tg? I Y.W.C.A., Sociology Club lp-'E-s.l, Dame Club. 'Q ' L Q " ' I3 -, . - L n . -JR Q, DEIFEL, CARLA-B.S., czncamfl, am-,-woppn Alpzw The-lo. 5 M'-' DENNY, HOBART D.-BA., clmamw, om, A X A lil ' .M A ,. ", ' I .2 A slr ' DINGLEY, SETH c. JR.-BA, clmmG+1, awp-Them cm gms, v, pre, sf Hisforlonj, New Record lEdl+c'r-ln-Chief, New Edlwprl, P? Delfg Epsllcr lpfezl In I - Ohio College Newspaper Assoc, lPres,l, Omicron Della Yappa, Board C5 P b- ia ,, I licalions, Inle-rfrolernlly C-,rillr f,M CA., Conw:a+if-m CCl'WVUl'f+E? S5"'l1' 4 R 'F' . Week Ccmmiflee, 'M' n- ' '4 X,- DOLMAN, CHARLES MARTIN-BJN, Clnclrmolf, Qlwlz-R-rshlng Plflee, fvrcld A-r Y, ',,. "I Soclefy, Phi Alplwa Tlwela, News Ps-cord, Sponlslw Club, Y,M.C,fAx. ix ""' DONATH, TRUDYABA., Clnclr-rwa'I, Qlwio-Forervslc amd I-lille. A DONLON, JOAN-Bfm, New Yorl-Kappa Alplwo Tllela, Y.WC A., Wam""4r'l5 lfl Tr 0 Ni. I, Q Dorm Council, Penglvlin Cl-lb, Nl-gfrlmers. E . I . " I s.. uw- DOSCHER, MARILYN-BA., Clnqlnngfl, OMOWAMG cm omqo QQWELE Sec L W' , f WAA., Mummers Qlwlild. Y,WCA,, Slldev' DfrEc":f',', Aloha Lamlzdc fe' - -' L A Union Commiflee. Q, wi DUNN, DoNALDLwQ.:w+ef, NH Yml,-A.CC,, Ro,T,c. 4 -,"E1 1 fx 'x x x 'L ' A .QL ,. , 3 , ,,, EISELE, MARY LOUISE-BS., Lmllond, Ol-l'-VVAA, ,, if ' " if-A M ELAM, JOSEPH D.-Menlor, +f9n+Ll.1w. .IL E if 'ff ' ELLIS, PHILLIP G.-Bs., Cinclnncf Cm, ' x A I L 3 I ., .fl , ELUMEZE, JOHN BENEDICT-BS., cmmn, Ohm-Y.M.C A, ,,-L .4 M u uu a , ENocHs, JAMES THOMASLLWAP P 'EESQM cw Q ' ' -.L , EVANS, RICHARD H.-Clrwclvrafl, O"c--4Q'eri., Mlgrvwr"er" ' A 4 -2 Q, " 3. f I ll EZRINE, IVAN ALLAN-BA., woshrngm, D, C.-Phi Em emo lSel:.l, Bebe- ' I Team lMgr.l, Tau Kappa Alpha, Classics Club, Merfs Senale. ,gy W. 4.. N-' 4' 5" FAIGLE, DON T.-B,S,, E+, mms, vemfly, Qi --A FEARING. DORIS M.-cancamw, omf-Hippo Alplg Tw., Ped cm, wzw,c,A,, 1 I' ' Sociology Club lCorrEs. Seal, ln+ramLlrols. li ' , "X X 'L ' FELMAN, ALVIN-BS., Cinclnncll, Olwlc-Slgma Alplwa MN lPre5.l, Omicrcn DE"a Kappa, Pi Kelfa Epsilon, Prollle lBLrsiness Manogerl, Board of PLlbllca+lonS. Inferfraferrwlly Ccuncll, I-llllel, Glee Cl,lb, Y.M,C.A., Cadvtec lV. Pfesl, FIENO, DANIEL-Cincinnali, Ohio. FIGG, RUTH A.-B,S., Cinclnnafl, OMG-Zela lam Alplla, , 5. ., .- Page 77 . 'V' . i H - s, ' "-Q J.. ,., .f , " g W ' ,X A' . - "' 'ar I A yd X ,gr X - Or' . . T9 X SE, ,J ' ,, i 1 in -3 . v 10' R : i ,Q - J N ' X ' 'J .ff ..i, i. sq" Q. .I . ri f ..-.1 - - IV mass-ax 'X , ,,Q1g,.ff,s3i,sn:,f ' xv 'iz 'LR V-', X . 25 . iw ., . i H5 - X - A ' lay, g y 'Hi 1-5 ff viii ' 'i -En A Lf' ' 'Aki- N35 Iv' ""1 iii an. A if J F' .,, ,W 'v .K fs 'x G . fi -fbi if. k i W J -' .f .ii . 44 5' Page 78 '? ii 2, . ...., . .C.g,, avr I liberal arts FOLEY, KAY-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Kappa Kappa Gamma lMarshal, Treas.l, W.A.A.. lPublig Relalions Chr., V, Pres.l, Y.W.C.A. Cabinel, Junior Advisors, News Record, Union Hospilalily Comrniiiee, W.S.S.F., lvy Chain. FORTE, NlCHOl.ASfB.S., Newporl, Keniuigliy, FRANK, HUBERT J.-B.A., Henderson, Kenluclcy-Keeping One Wife Happy and Corrie-ni lplus providing vii-liialsl, Same wilh Three Children lSix rnonihs 'lo Three and one half yearsl Purchasing Old Horne, Personally Remodeling Same, 'Somehow didn'l leave much lime liar campus acliviiies. Don? linow why. FRANK, PATRICIA-B.A,, Ciniiinnali, Ohio-Alpha Chi Omega, Liberal Aris Tri- bunal Junior Advisers, Wig Wag Council, Senior Weeli Commilfee. Cincin- nafion. Y.W.C.A., Sludeni Direizlory, Murnrners, Spanish Club, lnlramural Vol- leyball. FRESON, GEORGE HAROLD-B.A,, Cincinnaiil Ohiovlvlumrners, Glee Club, Me-n'x Senale. FREY, JOHN ANDREW-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio. FROEHLICH, JOHN C.-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohio. FUGITT, FRANCES JEAN4B.A., Beclrley, Wesl Virginia-Band, Olee Club, Mum- rners, Ciniiinnalion lCopy Ed., Ass'n. Ed,l, News Record, Union Varieiy Com., VVomen's Senale, Junior Advisors, lvy Chain, 49'ers, Junior Prom lnvifalions Corn lChr.l, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., Varsiiy Fencing, lniramural, Kappa Kappa Gamma lSoc. Chnl, Tau Bela Sigma lPres.l, Pi Della Epsilon, Dream Girl oi Theta Chi, Spirif lnc., Karnpus King lPub. Chr.l. FULLMAN, JOAN P.-B,S., Cincinnali, Ohio. FUNK, STANLEY-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Rocker Socieiy, Sailing Club, l-lillel. Arls Board. Rifle Club, Arnold Air Sociefy. GALLAGHER, MARGARET-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio. GAMORAN, NATHANIEL HlLLELfB.A., Cincinnari, Ohio-Hillel, I.Z.F.A., A.l.- Ch.E., News Record. GElGER, JOHN J.fB,S., Cincinnali, Ohio. GEOHEGAN. ELIZABETH LEE-B.A., Cinginnali, Ohio-Chi Omega lTreas,l, Y.W.C.A., Siudenl Dire-glory, Sociology Club, Psychology Club. GIGANDET, LOWELL F.-B S., Cincirinori, Ohio, GILSON, EDWARD S. JR.-B,S., Cleves, Ohio, GLOVER, DAVID-B.S., Cinciririali, Ohio. GOELZ, RAYMOND F.-B,S,, Ciniginnari, Ohio. GRACE, LlLA-B.A.. Cineinnali, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Thela, Cinrginnaiian lCopy Edilnrl. Y.W,C.A, lPrograrn Chr., Treas.l, Moriar Board lV. Pres.l, Ouidon llireasl, Penguin Club lpres., Seal, Women's Senaie lTieas.l, W.A.A. lBoardl. Union llfariery Comrniliee Chr.l, Union Board lljrogram Commiiiee Chr.l. Liberal Aris Tribunal, GRAF, CLARE B.-B.S., Harnilion. Ohio. GRANDJEAN, LAURENTIUS C.-B.A,, Eoresl Hills L. l., New Yorlc-Spanish Club. Lalin American Club. GREEN, MARGARET-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Theia lChaplain, Rea, Seal, Religious Emphasis Weelc, Cincinnarian, Siudeni Religious Council lpresrli Soanish Club, Junior Advisers, Union Commiliee, Wig Wag, Y,W,C.A., Mum' 7'i9V1. GREENEBAUM, WILLIAM A llvB.A., Ligonier, lndianafhlillel, Y.M,C.A., Siudefii Religious Council lTreas.l, Religious Emphasis Week, Pre-Theological Club lPfes.l. GROSSHEIM, JEANNE L.eB.S.. Loveland. Ohio. liberal arts I , , GROTTLE, WILLIAM J.-BS, Cincinnclfi, OIWIO. . R3 GUIBANE, IOSEPH-BS., WeIIsviIIe. Ohio-PIR! Ifoppo, x HAAS, MICHAEL ALBERT-BA., CN-QIrmOfI, OHIO-Lombdo CHI AIpI'vO, PIII AIpI1fJ Thefo IPres.I, Y,M.C,A., News Reg-ard, SpirI+ Inc, C321 5 h HALLFORTH, ROLLYN M.fB.S., SI. Bernard, GMO. HANNA, CAROL M.-B,A., WOC-3, Ie-nos-AIpI'1O CIN Gmego, Transfer Irom Denison. HARDIN, OLIVER W., CIN-ZIVIOIJII. OIvIC4S'gf'r1O CIII, Semor CIOSS Treos., FOOIIJOII, InIrOmurOI5, Progress Porfy. ,I I T x N, HARPER, WILLIAM F.-Bs, som Mmm, cgmafomag, I 5: ' HARRIS, LESTER-B.A,, CIVICIPNOII, OHIO-PI LOw'OdO, PIII IS-?1:.I, HIIIQI, I.Z.E.A F. I Siudenf ReIigiOus Coun-QII, News Record. V. HAYES, JOHN D.-BA, camamw IOROEPH OHIO mm, 1 . V HEIS, ELLEN H.-B,A,, CIn':1rwO'3, Ohm-UeI'O Zefc II-IISIOVIOH, Cirfes, Se-I : " .' H Y,W.C.A., SecOncIOrx,f Elemenfor-, CIub. Q, V X- HENDERSON, MARGARET Mfas, Down, OH, A A N, if HERMAN, LARRYfB,S,, CMQINNOII, QIwIf:--New-a Record, PIM EIO Swgmc, Fenfilng I F Te-Om IASSI. Mgr,I, Infrom-MOI SOIIOOII, I ' :I Q-E-.Edu-.. . "'X'- HILL, NORMAN-B.A., Cmfm JM Ohv'--PM D-1 'O TFe'O, Arnold AM S-me' r A Y,M,C.A., In'rrOmUrOIs, ' I, A-3 " Q - HINES, PAUL-B.A., cfmmfa, Om, ,Q HOFFMAN, SYDNEY L.-BS., Cincinnah, OIII1 - 4 -b K A "RR , A4 , HOLDEN, WILLIAM M.-BS., Cmcinnofi, OIRIO--Swgmg CIM, . . HOPKINS, HARRY VAN-Bf-.,, CIrvQ1rmOII, CIMO-BBIO IIIEIO PI Ipre-IMI, Or-wiv O L 9 ' - K DOIIO Koppo, SOpI'vOs IVi:e Pres.I, SZICIEH' COMIQII, ln'rOI'rO'e IN C' rm ,?, Liberal Arfs TrIbunOI, Ir'IrOr'wrOI Mgnqqnr, N5 .ar A .ff --Z -" HORMER, .IACQUELINE-B.A,, Qamnnoff, QIHOEAIDRO CH Omqg MII-W9 ff? X A CincIrwnOIIOrv, Smdem DME-f+.3-r-.f, 49 ers, YW,C.A, Jw r Ad,f:Orf 7 I I I HUEY, NORMAN A.fB S., Chewpf, OHIO-Nevmwn C' b AIS, Chas C' IR i , A I I Coduceo. A HYNES, JANET R.-B.A., Cin':innO+I, Olwiw-I1OppO DQITO ISec,I, Mummers OI BOOrdI, 49'ers, Fendng Team, News Peizfd IASSI Adv. MQLI. gpm? Inj, I J' CInCIrmOI'iOrv, PrOIIIe, Ivv Chqln, VIQIIIQOQQ, Red Crow, Leogqe OI Wwivmer' .Qgg -, VOIE'S IPres.I, Women! Servofe, Pengmn Club. ,Y-,.l:5f ISPHORDING, SUE-B.S., Cimdnnofi, OIRIO-TIIQIO CIWI AIOIWO, SOO? A5sO.g.O n xt,-gg. Xxx, A CHE-E+ Club, TIME Swans, HLIIIIUQ LQ-xIieQ", S530 GAS, Sx,mQIROnv Fwrw-'I X NXN A MSA --E 1 N JACKSON, DOROTHY-BA., OHEQWH, Om-OE-Im OHIO Deira. JENKINS. ROBERT A., JR.-BS., CFnCInnOII, OIWIO-IIILImInO+mg Engkweermg SOEIEW, 'vi 'A X Forervsts Gmd IDeI:O'eI, Insfifde O? Pcdit Engineeva, ,p w I QA. JENNEWEIN, CHARLES V.-B A., CTnCInnOrI, QIvIOAY,M,C,A, I? OTC.. Affvedgzn 21 " I ' - Ordinance Associoflon. fx. 'X 1 ' ' R . -,., 19, A-. , qv Y ,f T' QP lgi -ww. A L FA" - 5 gg? X 3 5, -rm 3 'N EIN E. . A we. .si Page 79 .11 J Aff .iff .B ,J Q .v- . .fog -xi, ,. ,, -,., r .. ,- Ea -'xv ,J gi , 'I g 5 4 ,gm Q 1' -, 4 tx, - , ' J . -- ., 'ir me f , A :N 3 Hr -, gf, I A N ,il L A1 I w f ' D I3 5.5, -Q . - V.: , .f . N J vi 92. 6 If 4' X9 i L u ix , fr .gfgax V' A: I . I We '97 :' 4 .1 ft, f YP ' l , ai M D liberal arts JONES, FRANK-B.S., Cincinnoli Oliio. JONES, JOHN P.fB.S., Cincinnoli. Olnio. JONES, PAUL-BS.. Ciricinnali, Olnic-Alplna Tau Omega, JUSTICE, MACE C.-BS., Cincinnoli, Ohio-Y,M.C.A., Caduceo, German Club. Snider-I Religious Cciincil, Weslminsler Foundalion. KARABENSCH, HELEN M.--B,A,, Cimcinnofi, Oliioflrionon, Alplna Lambda Della, Smcioliigv Club, KELLER, CAROL LOUISE-B.A., Cincinnali, Olriio-flfappa Della, Mrimnweri, Profile, Saiiialfigy Club, Junior Advisors KEMP, JOSEPH E.-BA., Miamisbiirg, Oliia-Sigma Clwi, Y,M.C.A, ,I"'i3r Weelt Comfmllee-. Sr. Week Comm., Cullegiole Dav Comm. KIMBALL, ALBERT L.-B.A,, Ciniiinnali, Olwi:fLarnb-:Ja Clvi Alplia, Peiliiirig Rifles, Siiobard and Blade. R,O.'l.C., Y.M.C,A,, Mer-'5 Serials-, KLEIN, CORRINEABS., CinCirina5i, OH-. KLOTZ, JANET-B.A., Cinginnaii, Olniri-Alpha Delia Pi, Y.W.C.A,, NVig Wag lCni'Pcill, Vigilance, Paul-lellenic Council, Junior Advisor, Ivy CHUM KNEBEL, KENNETH E.-BS.. Cincinnoii, Ohio. KOEHLER, MARJORIE ANN--BS.. Cincirmali Ohio--Vappa Kansa Gamma. Y.VV,- C.A,, W.A,A. KOHNE, RICHARD F.fB.S., Ciwiginricli, Olwio4Alplna Clni Sigma. KRAUSE, MANFRED-B.A., Cincinnali, Olnifti-S'grna Plvi Epgilori Sailing Club, lil minaring Engineers. Y.M.C,A,, Fsycnrliigy Club, KRYNSKI, MAGNUS Y.-B.A,, I-le-f. Yirl, New Yiirl-Sponisli Club. I-Iilbl, Associa- riii-n fl Fvireian Slxidervs, LANE, ERNEST L.-BS., Daman, I'en+uQl',f. LANGDON, JEAN E.-BS., Cinrinnou, Ohio. LATIMER, NANCY I'IAIGHTf-B,A., Overbfci'-I Hills, Pkiiadelplnia, Pmflransler fr-fm William Smill1Colie-ge, Rilio Club, W.A.A., Memorial Dorm Scirial Comm., Sl1'den+Dii'rAi:IOrv, Mernoriol Di rm CC, nseirir. Ciricinnclfion, Blazer Cnwwm, Clml. 'W I-QM f LEVY, KENNETH-BA., cimmia, OhIif'SlQFYlO Alpha Mir, Y,M.c.A, 01" -I:-' LINDBERG, RONALD J.AB.A,, Cincinnafi, Oric-Fcrensic Guild lpreff, , LONG THOMAS-BS, Cinclnnoli, Olii-:-Spa? Aifocialion, Canagfa C .Im r LOW, LOUIS-B.A., Cincinnoli, Olwio-Sigma Plwi Epsil-A-ri, Murnmerz, New-Q Regard, 'B Profile, Baseball. . MARTIN, PHILLIP-BS., Cinrginriali, Clit. , . A V MASE, JACK E.-BS., Can'cn, Olwicffxlpla Plii Omega, Y.M.C,A., Sigma Gommc Q .Iii X Episiuin, Wesiminsler Fr indorian, S,R.C. X , 1 I ,, , I l Page 80 l liberal arts I MATHIAS, JIM-B.S., I-Icmilfon, Ohio. AATTIC, MARY P.-B,S,, Cincinnati, Ohio. WC INTOSH, ROBERT-BS., Clnclnnoll, Ollie-Alplwo Tom Cmego. WERZ, VIRGINIA M.-Bfx., Clnf:lnnc'l, Olwic-Vigilance, Alplwo Lcmbdc Cello. IAIAS, ROSE-B.S., Kurwmirwg. Clwlno. NMDDENDORF, ROBERT P.-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio. MILLER, GORDAN C.-BS., Lebcrwgln, Ohlo-Codlea, Adviffm Cfmrwhgv MILLER, RICHARD DU VALL-BAN Clfvofffvofl, Clllli'-Aficlilz IV. Pvesl I , frofernily Council, Spanish Club lPfes.l NAOAK, RUTH-BA., Cinclnnofl, Oli:-Iffoppo lflgllg QTr9Qf,1 L A Twp rn' Sociology Club, Y.W.C.A, Ccblnel, WAA., lr, Advise-r MONCE, JEAN E.-BA., Clwifvnoll, OMC-News Ruud lEll Hzwlf Edl YNY C A Psychology Club, W,A.A, Soclolcgv Cll Ll, MONGAN, MARY ANN-Blix, Cmimmjll Cr-'-Agfa 'ir In lmwmfj' Club, W.A,A., Arls Ecard. MONTAG, GEORGE EDWARD-BS., Cmfinrml, Owl' MOORE, BETTY ROSE-BA, Norwood, CHI-i MOORE, LYNDEN-B S,. Clncirmofi Ohm. MOORE, WILLIAM-BS, MOTTER, SI'IIRLEYfB.S,, Clnfiimrof OI1 Q-Alpha Cm Qfm.gQ,3 IF' lp Cfnl Cgd ceo lSeC.l, Mm-were Guild lB-iafd Senl, Orier'c'f:v Biof- j 'ig-I 'Xpl- Record lSoc:ol Ed.J, German Club lSef J, Fed Cmss lCfr. Firelgr S' mewlr, Exec. Comrrnl, LA. Trlb Mol, Vlfomevlf Se-no'e. Vlglove ,lr Adwief Sriv ' lnC., W,A.A., Vczrsify Vowllles, Y'.W.C.A., Froll NAISH, CHARLES-BS., Clnclr-no". Chic. OWEN, LOGANfB.S, Cvrmrnrvoll, Olli. PADOLL, BURTON-BS., Cimilnnofi, Olwic. PARRY, PHYLLIS E.-BJN, Clnclnncll, OViC4A,pl1c Cfl Clmegc, Wlg VVQQ, Y.W.C,A., Spiril Inc., Psychology Cllrb, ln'rof'w.,rcf Vljlley Boll PHARES, E. J.-B.S., Clnclrmoll, OHIO. PHILIPS, HENRY-BS., Cincinnoll, OHIO. POLL, GERALD H., JR.fB,S., Cinfilnnc'-, OMC-T'e'lo C"1 Alfro C PONG, WlLLlAMsB.S., Cincmncfl, Olvis. M .U 35' - . ,M- . 7' . vb S? S x N , ,xX.1.X,:.5-.,,-. , A .'5 N Q: 5 -.- X' 2 J' A - .QQ , J xx ,, J 1... X , I Q A 3 'CR' v . Q.. 3 ...-gr . ,R ., N,-.. , , ' z .1 f- 'ii na Q h Nd! .' 1 " X "7 .5 . f'i'713i ' +4 , 'R Y an I :ii x. gx X - 5 nm 35' .JN '-,' "' P' R as -5 xx X 1 -' R , NY x XS r3.4:.5ge,,,. , ' , 2 , NX ii 'R R+ SSA ' X X S xx Yx N xx xx x ix Sklxtgx REX ' QQ SEG .ak X R 5335 x 1, T' P N S .L flk 6 ' X .,....,. 1 555131 ! 'I' 'S -uf-P: - Iillwsisl 1 - -use-Q R .5 -1. E ai 4 L 'Q , If , "J: I? mall?" R' gg, -an X . qs,- -ff' -"1 - 25,2 -v Page 8l Y ... r .: .- .3 , sa i qkhw ik Y' , Q X .fiijfiw , .w,::'Ix3fQ- - P ' I-. N 'Q' . ng:- :af .3 Q . V . i . 1, - R N. T f . L V51-sax I , Qi 1 fr- mi' ,- , N' 1 Q' "' 5 ' if .ff I i- i 27 ? 5 fc.: 'fri' rg -3- 'S i 1 ...-4. - Pj , . f mfiia ir. 5 i C, -n- 'W j 'Q-Ss 4 -3' Q, ,. pe fi, A-' '1' , 'Li -gp VV - . y Us 4 M u l l , .A -4 A X ' I A Q v 1 . f xv. v 1-1? I .Z wi K A. ax. Y r f wiki. 'fi R - 1: , N , . ,gg ' .I A x i 'T r 9 . f-- . - ij 'B' . .- is . A is ' ' i A X, ' 1 """N--1 ' i 5, la wi ff :J i 'ge A ,lg -1 .' SPR ' ' Q, f . . I . 1 Q, -. ff I 'I V . i , i f 'S Z5 I-my fe?" . ,., -, .. ,V ' ,jf "'7 ' if ,, . xg , , ,ig We i ' i all . f y I i' ll ' Page 82 0 liberal arts PORTEOUS, MARY HELEN-B.A., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Thela Phi Alpha,Red Cross, Panel ol Americans, W.A.A., Newman Club, Cincinnalian. POUNDSTONE, GRACE-B.A., Cincinnafi, Ohio-Alpha Della Pi lPubliciry Chrm.l, News Record, Cincinnalian llndex Ed.l, Sludenl Direclory lReqislralianl, Freshman Guidebook, Forly-niners, Spiril Inc., Union Dance Corn. ICO- Chrm.l, Union Program Com., Senior Week Corn. Sociology Club, W.S.S.P. PUGH, DORISfB.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Garnrna Della lSec., Pres.l, Pan Hellenic Council, Vigilance, Spanish Club lSec., Pres.l, Secondary Club, League of Women Vofers Archery, Wig Wag, Y.W.C.A., Cincinnalian. QUILLAN, ORELL R.-B.S., Barnesville, Ohio. RAWLINSON, GEORGE H.-B.S,, Crossville, Illinois. REYNOLDS, RUTH-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Alpha Lambda Della, Y.W.C.A, lcab- inell, Sociology Clib lVice Pres., Pres.l, Della Sigma Thela. RICHARD, STANLEY-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio. RISER, ROBERT E.4B.A., Cincinnari, Ohio. ROBERTSON, JAMES B.-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio. ROEDIGER, ROBERT E.-B.A., Cincinnari, Ohio4Sigrna Alpha Epsilon, Freshman "Y" Cabiner, Freshman UC Foofball, Sophos, UC-Red Cross Aqualic Program. ROSE, JACK K.-B.A,, Cincinnali, Ohio-Beta Thela Pi lVice Pres,l, Ornicron Della Kappa lTreas.l, Murnrners, The-la Alpha Phi lPres.l, Orienfalion Board. Sludenl Guideboolx ICO-Ed.l, Y.lvl.C.A., L.S.M.F.'I', ROSENBLAT, SIGMUND-B.A., Brooklyn, New Yorl--Inrernalionol Re-Ialiong Club, Foreign Policy Association, Hillel, I.Z.F,A. RUNGE, ROBERT M.-BS., Cxncinnali, Ohli'fCad.'cea. SAAR, ALICE-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Chi Oviega. SACHS, SIDNEY B.-B.S,, Cincinnati, Onio. SALTZMAN, MURRAYfB.A., Bioollyn, New Yorl. SANDER, ALICE C.-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio--Trianon, Wornens Group System. Sociology Club. SANDLER, I'IOROLDfB.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Inlrarnurals, Alpha Phi Della, Psy- choloay Club. SAWTELLE, BARBARA R.-B.S., Toledo, Ohio-Alpha Delra Pi, Merncirial DOVTT1 lSei:., Corridor Counselor, Senior Counselorl. SCHAEFER, ROBERT D.iB,S., S+. Bernard, Ohio-Alpha Chl Sigma, SCHALK, JAMES-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio. SCHMALZ, JEANNE-B.A., Cincinnali, Ohio-Theta Phi Alpha l2nd Vice Pre5.l. W,A,A,, Red Cross lChrm, Molor Carpsl, Prolile, Cincinnalian, Y.W.C.A., News Record, C Ring Corn., Union Board, Junior Advisor, Spanish Club. SCHMIDT, C. JOHN-B.A,, ST. Bernard, Ohio-Newman Clum, R.O.T.C. SCHNEIDER, HAROLDJBS, liberal arts 0 SCHRAMM, ANN-BS, Covlngfon, Venmcly-A pbo Lambda Di-':, Tfefu A PI-Ii, Mummers, Spcmislw Club, Bea? Ayres: cf IQBO AV-'Ofil SCHWESINGER, VERA G.-vB.A,, Cm:ir'f'o'l OF i-PH Ifupoo Epsl 57 SCHWINDT, ROBERT FRANCISgB.A,, Cm-1 www, OM:-Pm Delwa Tile'-1 QF Treos.I, Sludemf Comcll lpres, Treos l, Nlfwfefs Gm d IBQA Morngw pl Cincinnofiom IBus Mgnj, Pl De-lfo Epslor, Fivrll,-Nlnerg IB.. Mgr l, LA bunol ITreos.l, Sophos lTre--Ja, Tlwe'o Alpha Pnl, Qmltrc-n Delw looms Closs Trees., Chrm. Board ill Ffbl colllgln., Inter-Ffalermry C-an-1' SEDACCA, CARL MEYERfB.S,. Clri nrvizfl QM j-l' ljr DJJ PN, DIN Q3 3 I-Illlel, Codwceo. SHAW, DAVID WILLIAM-B A, C "gm"lJ'v, cj'-I.gfl3l.3.? rj rig, S 3,3 3 Fluffy-Nirvers l0uief Please, Tw, Dal, wi Agel P vim-1 iq, C .iz SHEPPARD, ROBERT C.-BA., Cwg My M 5-Fl Eg 3 ,Wg A Dry +5353 Glee Club. SIEGRIST, ALBERT ROBERT-B.A C rv' F no II SILBERSTEIN, ANITA-B A., Clrvjmvv-3'l CIM-1fP'5l,l w my lil- b, Avg E --3--1 ll' Club, Sopiolcgv CUE, l-wwe SLOANE. VERA-B,A., Cmflrf-:I , Ohm'-A ,gmc Kulml-, V' P' AYVVC A AH. B SNODDY, JOAN SUE-B AH Cwj 'J' 3 Vvfjg, M-if. FV2. J A rwollon, Prollle lAsao, L' Ed l XY WC A UH ' Barn, J' Pape- - lf-2 'Q Della Della lM'3rslwol'l, Vg lon Q l.X, Cin n FV.,-j Cffl , C'l Qgf- ljn + Comps ond I-Icvspmls, V Cwrm V l:'wr'vv H ' C nwll PM-ff lflgi,-, Closslts Cllb. SNYDER, WILLIAM E.-BS, Clwi-mall, Cn 2. SONNTAG, RUGHT-BS Cvwq 1 F' SPANGLER, DONALD RAY-E S, Q r,.m 1 SPECKER, ROBERT W.-BS C M rv 3 1 SPIEGEL, MARVIN H.--B3 C H lv J -ff. 12 I-4 T STARR, CHARLENE-B S, Q F' 'l'3' I T 3 IVV lj A I Iory, Alplwc Lambda D411 pj'Lf I 2 'S fn STAUT, CHARLES-B5 STAUTBERG, GERALD-B A, C 57' A u STEIN, RUTHf-B.A., Cmgmnqf ljn,--I-we' Glele C .la Am Bzofo Mlv' Gulld, PHI Alpha Tlwefo. STEINMETZ, SHIRLEYgB S, Q ni wow fflhvi-Ifoopc laura '3J'vvfv'v3 STEWART, BEATRICE ANNE-BS C i:f'J+l, Qlvc. STUHBARG, SUZANNE-BA, Clnimmz HAH '-E'1ZA3befl1 Pew, ' r D 'f SCN' 'lr' PIII Alplwo Tlwehz SUGAWARA, KEA-BS, ClnQl'v'vG'l, OHIO TELLER, JEROME-B,A., Clncmnull, Ohm-YQmI1rt'P Della Icppo, S3001 l 3, ff Vb is vs nn Q? Q ' , J N? -'A I If ' , -L N X Q .5 M., , , . 1 A, ,T Lk 1-3. w- X .Q 1 AA 'A X , A K ' ' 5 , , '1 ' .A A-F Q I .1 - f 'ff' .. E. N igyf, ., 7' 9:fTi" ' 'f' -l . - -f , 2 - :ls rx-H "I .3 3 Y , .-T-A ff, Q5 xi ,,.,,,xNq,- , N ,l A , -V -A , far Q: g r:-N' 'T' X - , 5.5.3 ,. tl, --2 . , . x':"!'h-F - N-. . , ,V v . " ' I ' X , .is , 5 ' .... , I 1 ' .EQ 5,1 Z gi . if A x. A mzfx. " l X 15' Cs- FEN5 ET A , fx' " ii ' F .Q .-4-. .qw TreOS.I, L.A. Trlbmcl lTrefJs.l, New, Pecilro lgporfs Ed M lfvrvlgw Q V1 x Cincinnollon, Sigma Alplwo M1 lS9i.I Vorslfy V-Jrwl' es Page 83 -J ' L -rg I ai 'if if 5' -. gfe- J I e I., if I+ ,- 5' ar , J 1'5" . P, :., ' ,KE -s: . 'A' X-'XSD 1 I ' ' .f: is, .gf I .i - 'X 3-3-:..-io?-. . 'v . - :QQ X .1 -5 x 'W' A ' " is ,I A 4 I -ir. . M, 3 All K ' I A.'. I I. f ue-1-5: S:1, .5NS1N J.,-:z 5. + -' i f 53 I -:Q N .5 A T 3 E tdh ' 14-1 ' if 1' X .X 'Q' as A w 5-1. 0. x "4 'K ml. . ,J-v Ni .fy . A., J - fig T Page 84 Q liberal arts TARADA, FRANCIS K.-B.S., Honolulu, Hawaii. THAMANN, THOMAS F.-BA., Cincinnafi, Olwio-Newman Club, Foreign Affairs Ciiib, Mens Se-mole. Loiin American Club, Spanish Club lTreas.l. TITUS, PARVIN S.vB.A,, Ciniiinnali, Oliic-Glee Club, Sociology Club, Psychology Cllb News Recqrd. TODD, WILLIAM F.-BS., Bl ie ASH, Olwic. TOJO, JAMESSBS., Cincinnati, Ohio, TOM, BENJAMIN C. K.-B.S,, I-Ionolnln, T. I-I. TONNE, CHASE D.-BS., Cincinnaii, Olvic-Tlie-fa Clii, Transfer from Purdue, TURNER, S. JANE-B S., MI. Heolllwy, Olwio-Trianon, Y.W,C.A., Della Plwi Alplwa. WGS. USINGER, ROBERT P.-B S, Cincinnoli, Olfic-Tl'ela Clii, American Cliemical S-'CIC-ly, A. VANCE, BARBARA SUSANABA., Cincinnafi, Olnio-Plwi Mu. VASSEY, ROBERT A.-B S., Ciriiiinnali, OI1iovTransIer lrorn Wesleyan U., Cadutiea. VICK, HAROLD L.-B S., Ne-wporl, lfenlucly. VORDENBERG, RICHARD ALBERT--BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-I2.0.T.C., Alplno PM Omega, WAHL, BENTON, JR.-BA, Cincinnali, OIxirfSign'ia Plii Epsilon, Y.M.C.A., Span- if-I1 Clwlji, Psycli-il-ray Cl E. WALSH, MARY ALICE-B.A, Cinfinnali, OIwivfCini1innafion. WALTER, CHARI.ESf-BS, WASMER, JUNE-B FX., Cinfinnari, OI'iirfCi'i Omega lpub. Clwrrnu Vice Pr6S.l. Sailing Clib. lTreas.l, .lignior Ad-,fisqirg lclwrrn. Sornrner Sglnool Orienlalionl, Jzinior Prom Ccnw., Mnrnrners i'lQsYiI6i Pleasewl, Forlyelllners, News Record, S'.icIer+ Dire-glory, Y.W.C,A., Bowling. WEISS, RAYMOND L.-B A., Cinilinnati, Oliio-l.Z.E.A, lPres.l, Hillel fEweC. Corral, Plii E'o Siama SDP-alem Biiieo WESSELMAN, JEROME M.-B S., CinQinnaIi, Oinic. WHITE, MOSS-B.A,, C'nQinna'i, OHID, WOLANIN, LEO W.-BA., Dnnlirl, New Yorl. WRIGHT, KENNETH ANDREWS, JR.fB.A., Cincinnari, Olwio-Bela Tliera Pi lSeC.l WUENKER, JAMES A.--BS., Cincinnali, Olnlo. WUENKER, ROBERT J.-BS., Cincinnafi, Onio. liberal arts O YEPSEN, HAROLD L.kB.S., Lorain, Om. If, F. I , I ' "' V -, -ff ,slr , ZIMMERMAN, MARIAN-B.A., Cinqmmli, Owo-Azpm OmEm P, w,w,Ofx., 5 I ,J y ,jk Wig- Wag, Sfuclenf Direcfory. I N, I ZOPEE, JOHN S.-B.S., Gamma, Omg. E' A A,'f MC CARTHY, MARY KAMSONfB,A,, FI, IIv3mOs, Yfenfwglfl-yfplwi lvl, 'Pres I, pun- 'II- " 'I A ' Hellenic Council, Jum-Qr Advlscrf, French Clgb, CI-'Jslci C- O, VIC A,OIw'J . K In I, ' Lombdo Delta. ' 1: j':'Nk' ff Y ' "" ,3 E Q X' I ,f , MG DUEEIE, GEORGE T.AB.S., Gammon, Om, - ,Q E5 j SELOMIG, PEGGY FRIEDER-BA., QQQEIMM, Om.. V I 'I 5 E ' ' ' Aw it k Q M ,Q Q-. fi 1 NOT PICTURED. JONES, CHARLES N.- KING, RICHARD AUSTIN-B A., Glen-jole, Ohm-F'I1i Elm Slgmu, Swgwm Gamma Epsllon. MARKEY, JOSEPH W.kB.S,, IEOIOVI, Olin-Plwl EIO Slgmcl, Fi-rf-,AN,ner5, Arr' Board, CIIf'on Dorm IVIQQ Pre-2.1, Mens Imrerdormfilrx, Ci md ISEZ, Tvecg. SHNEIDER, HAROLD-B.S., CIHIZIVIDGII, CLIC--PMI S, Bridge TC,vPIJme"', Plmg IDQOQ Tomnomenf. UTTAL, WILLIAM R.-B S., Alrom, OHL. Page 85 Q You look ' l' and-,whal do you see? Alfhough lhe buildings and people are famil- , iar 0"d il"s lhis iumhled dssorhrreni .of campus scenics which rernain t uppermosfl'5igfi.oigr'reco lecfions of college. . Q . 1... . . :C ............ . . .. . . . ge .i.i f ,ig,Q1?s?lDespife our hand lmowledge of lhese ouiwafrd manisfesfaiions of campus li fs? ' wha-ln do we lmow of mai hardworking group of adminisfrafive personnel who ep , -. r fhings clicking? ..... fflfll '. .qq. 39, . . .1 ...... ,. . . .... . . . . . . . . page ' Because of, our glgasihglly derljggcralicl principles, goyernrnenlfof fhe sfudenlfs, by 'lhe ' W.. J siudenis. and fdrjhe s1udebnlsih'asl becongzgoior policysbAf-group ggi energiiicf campus Q E i pgliliciansr are ouiloprove ihis poinfr, Lf ..... '. . . ...... fiil .... . . . . page I 1' :A ALL' 1 -s X X E? 5 F 5 V iw! ,M Q' As,lhe3emhodimeni"of ourggglfuralgiglrerifsifarfdgafelldclual' laspiraiionsg fhe diploma at .3Z,bie.has..becomeoflj5e goal igr angeyertfrfcreasinvg porlion. of fhe populaiion. Afler four, or ,gs 1 xlfxlfive---long yeidrs -"' of wo, Efil' 1seemf'likei'Va'ra+her flimsy'symbol,, bul' if's-really appreci- ifjf-if 0-,ated 1hose"grddlfal'ing' ggehiors.. . 5. . Q . 'ftfg'-. . .' ..l.,, . . . . . . . . . . . page . ..:1 ,,.,. . ,,,. Q V- in v .g.. , :. 1 ,4', ' 'V it up - ,- .3 , 1 ,I i " fofglhq 'Americanlcollege lifeilhan ghaiiweyglosling for a .,-' C5reelx1le+fer:iwpu'lTiXjlwi+h which tolengihen ,one's Alle. f'ih'e1'1foQndingQof Phi Bela g 5. .,xx, Q so---KappgFin'1il77b"dowhtgjoggqiglregprgsenfx1'irrpgg,X.Greei"Nlel'ljer orghnifaiionshave grown g .,,,. W.:-fM"i'fnum,lqers'f andf f . . , .l. . . . :gm . g Ia . . . , . page A' i s s a A e s, , e s g l g , 'Y'gig:igygrkfh95?nosf"'acadeynicfinsfiiulion.Wland we'i'e.:cerl'ainly nofgclaiming 'lhai fiflell gfifh- i 'c off-celehrafing nay! and, lhensffhe- evenfslmay range from 'i"IQgwf-fQr4dvu+id!iT16"fhe.r'?SbPli6SZGffi?'fef 'b'1?s'f"eY'fe d'wvvil-EiifPsCi9"'-- -g ---- -- - -Paseo A h ,V iv -A 5: , 1 ,'-x. N. . i K, . 'Qis A s-s' gloriouswlgos pbcos 'l'llSl"liep1f Yiludenfs huslling ahoulbcam- will osssx teilfafcufigicularg,--acfivilies provided 'lhe "i" W i'i'2'f'2'fxii6EEEsf6Qifg'QEdQhgQ,QQiEf1413,:budding .95?9l4.l'l!QSs.,.iqQZ.,K.A,aQ.,. ggi? e. .. ..... ,, . . . .- page ..,.,,... I ..,,, .,,Xx , 'A fi o ., ,.... .r.,, YiiilioihejbieF!I9i'!l!!S.:X.yQd,!L-xsifuggion.lffhe, logulicompus mili+afY f6I'QGl1l1G+i0hS Qoined 3. ......, ..,er .r,,....3Q.vs.f,pQrtsinQerHfiiivlliis--loiiignskf,swgllgggyafhg mdsy saefuwig M.. were .m.s.... +. to E I u r I -Puget? ---N-+a..1QfQifMli"lN'TMi"T'ffrff -e-- g '1,' " "i' ' "s,', A is . ,K-...,l:.g,NWmilf.eligiousfgfoiapshayewiggregsednilieiii''raiigemofwactivifieiiand 'through fhe inferesf and .,......T,?,,.,.,.,.T,-LNf1cooEeFEiliongifof?vsuch...groups:QQQ3ihejSi"udenl-'Religiouse.Coyngjl:and .Hillel have creaied ijjjjjjrfs-Me. rbfgiaagf-yfragnfanaing rrl, 9 fxxafaaas-'fai+hNna.s+hearr,.xf9sshiPF- -- 1 ------ - - ' - - - -P"9' 'N"' e oufleis of musical ...Ns -... N-, -1-.N xx.. l .mn -M-K, 'and sees droggpalicirganizafions wexlind- siudrenfs, qpleasingixBofh--ihemselves and ofhers in ,Has--ime:prQS3Qgffiah,,r.,frrmysis? and e drama.: r . ITE' , ,gig 1. . . . . .. . . . page I6 Q. . 'MEN-X .Xxx ini.fhisucampusmafmosphere could fhings help ihen desirexxloi ilmow ull.e+ha1fsxQ6ihg ong To inform ihe 'Xsxxxsxx lhe lash ihe various publicalions. ...... ' fl .... ........... page fx. xxx. amounflof 'verbal ghyrnriaslics can hide il: This is 'lhe men and-womeri who lqringifameojohllclwifh 'lheir prowess. - , P499 college of nursin ' . and health o Aparl' from 'rlwe campus, yel as much a parl' of our Universily as even +l1e lower of McMiclcen, 'Hue College of Nursing and Healfh lrains and prepares Els girls for flue vifal porf +l1ey are fo play in 'llwe world. Beginning llwelr year in llne l'1o'l clays of Augusl, flue nurses complele lheir busy schedule of a well-rounded academic educafion plus 'll1e rigor- ous lraining of llrie Nursing College. Working, liv- ing, and sluclying al Cincinnali General Hospilal, many ol our lulure nurses lincl lime +o be aclive in lhe exlra-curricular life of llwe campus. ,,, c : 1: 11: : 1: ::: rm: :sa szsszgg rss-55 95255 -111: : I! ii! ,, ex Q iw.:,,3Qi.wrfl' xii, i,. A Page 86 nursing and health O ASCHENBACH, ELEANOR-BS., Sidney, Olwio-N. and H. Glee Club, UC Gee Club lBoardl, N. and H. Tribunal lpub. Cl1rrn.l. ATKINSON, BARBARA LOUISE-B.S., Corunna, Indiana-Y.W.C.A., Wef'niin5l Faundalion. Bridge Club, Music Apprecialicin Club, Saciris Cl'b. BROWN, IRMA-B.S.. Cincinnali, Oni-3-Music Appreciation Club, ll arg l-I G--are Club, UC Glee Club, Ccrrn. an Residence Policies, Cam, an Scif. Acfiyiwew, S I re-,ary ol Junior Class. COCKERILL, ROSALEEfB,S,, Greenfield, Chic-Bridge Club, lnar Adyiscr, N. and H. Tribunal lTreas,l, Narninaiicin Carnmiflee lClnrm.l, Cainiriilree dence Policies lClirrn.l, Vice Pres, cl Frefzlirnan Clos: CN, and H.l an Peei- CORTEZAN, JOSEPHINE A.fB.S., lfc-ica, I'a.ai, Hawairfll. and H, Trib nal, i lliirl L C ,Ib ,luniar Advisor, Junior Class Pre-5, lil, and I-l.l, Triple Tr'a , V , , 'lice I Cc-rnmillee an Sfuden?-Facirllv Prrrblernfi. DRAKE, JANET-BS., Doylon, Cjbic-S11 Aiilixifieg Clnrrri, CNI-I Gr-n Clib lPres,l, Music Aopreciarion, Sccri Cass Vice Frei. FALCK, JEANA-BS., Yciungslcrwn, Clue, FRANZMAN, MARGARET FREDA-BS, Cir: nnaw, Oli'-Meri Cl b ll ani I-I Junior Class Treas,, Wezley Fandaficrn, FREDERICK, MARY ESTER-BS, Deerfield, Olwir-Sapn, Claes Seri III. and HI, N. and H. Tribunal, Hc 'ie F-ilciea Cc-rnrrullee lSen, Pei:-.l, Slrdenl Library Ccmmirfee lCl'ir,l, Y,WCA, lCabine'l. FRYE, CHARLOTTA-B.S., Wiicrsler, CJl1u5rAll and H. Tribunal, Sen-ar Claw. Flrr'-S Nciminaling Cammiffee, Sport Clib, Consf2vi!,ari Cfmmflee. HARTMAN, EMILY-B.S., Cincinnati Cl'iir5f'4, and H. Trib na., Suri-' lnf, FYI: licify Cami-niftee lSec.l. HENDERSON, ARMETTA+B.S,, Cini'nnG'i, Clriiir-Alplria lappa Arplia, Panel rf Americans, Fellcrwslnia Cc nci', N and H. Scrpn. Cow: Preu., N. and H, Tribunal, N, and H. Glee Cl.b lpre l l. and H. S' den' Fa lfy Cci""rii'Ye+i', N. and H. Acfivily Ccrncrl. HISCH, MARILYN-BS., Rcnjlyille Cen'-1-i, Ling Island lien Ycrrl-Hillel. HURST, DOROTHY E.-B S., Slnarcn PenrsviN+lnii3fB'idQ'2 Club. KELSAY, PATRICIA-B.S, Lcyeland, Ohio-N, and H Tr br na' lSec.l, Library CCirnrniT'96. Sider' ll,,rv:rs' A.5-icaalirr lPres., Co-Clirrn Glee Cr.b, Sport Cl.b Brage C. b Consliiulian and By-Law: Ciimfrriflee V ,vg- JOANNE-BS., Dcylcrn, Cb Ci! Mcrr'i3r Bi ard, W- ni' x en's Sena'e, Ped ross, Y,W.C,A,, ll. and H. Tr b,nal lpreu l, V.I.C., Ivy Clfiain, Freshman Ciaia pres, ill and H I, Cir- ' yocarian Cammhlee lClirrri,l, lnief-Clib C-ii rniji lCiiirnl IGMMERLE, iov-ss., nguoi, aiiuespenr. ci lu, Y.w.c,A rg ,a , Mr QA ,gg .3 , I 3' . N- V V K. ,.., ' dr -" af 'Q N ,, fvw . ..xy jr, 5,55 .197 I 1 I . .g-:ii 0 sk. ., 6 1 , N J A ,Q ' 43 .,, --'jg -13 . if 'T Y Q f I -. ,- -'Q I A kr' . -.X 4. --A-xr vi "'!. 1 , . ." :Q x - . N N A -I sf ,- NP nn J- .. , Wesfminsler Faundarian, Bridge Ciub. I KING, JOAN-B S., Greenfield, Obi-:-Y.W.C.A, Cabira-' J ' Weslrriinsler Fciundaficin, J,in'cr Cla-5.3 Vice F're5,, N, and I-I, -:s -- I Q -F X Q Tribunal, Glee Club, Sparls Club. A' , i ' 1 :51 'K MILLER, ELIZABETH, ANNAB5., Greenfield, Clliia-UC Band, vi ' , - I ' - Tau Bela Sigma. J.nior Adyisar, Glee Clqb, SpcrrT's Club, 1 i ai. ' T 55 ' '32 i , Canyacciiian Ciiimrniileg-A Q - Q ,i A xl ,Af MILLS, EDNA IMOGENE-BE., Independence, l'enIuclry+Aipl'ia i T ' , A: i V I Garnma Della, Sociology Club. I Q -- NAKAMOTA, Y, GLADYA-B 5, cmzrrgri, auifesenier Clafs ' " "" I' - A' -P Treas., lil, and I-I Tribfiar, M,si: App'ecia'ir1n Cl.b, Can- fy- -v 'T slifulion Camrnillee, Glee Club. i NAUGLE, MARY ELIZABETI'IfB S., Bellfi-lcrr'aine. Oliic-Glee U Club, GIS? ll i3"d l-l Trbrrigl, Serif' Clgbg ' Ti' Pres., Ccrnxcccricn Ccrnm f-ge 'Crrn'-Z Siiia Ctrnvrille.--, ,xky , Hanc-r Day Award lCFrrr-.l, x ' is I PIERCE, DORCTHY-B.S., New Caslle, Indiana. I' 5 ' RALLS, EDDIE LEE-BS, Cinirnrad, Orrin-N and lr-I, GV-H l -as Club, N. and H. Spcffs Cl.b lpretl Tl and H. Iriver- 5 Cr' Club Council, W.A.A, bn 3' ROEHM, MARILYN-B S,, Dayicrn, Ohio-Mgsic Acipreciarurn ,,,l cub, Bridge ciiiu sepir cue neue, ri, gnu ri. rrzum lpubliciiy Cbrrrml, YR A :...5..ilN SANEER, BETTY-BS, Mifsriiipp' Ci'y, M s..isiiQpifTa.i Bela Q -.P igma, Glee Club, lnrerrn iral Baal-elbaii, Sarrrll Cl rb, Carr. ve S ' 1' -f vacalion Carnrnilree, Band. ' M . ii Qi STROUP, JUDITH-BS., Wilrningfrjn, Cllwi -N, and H. Gliw Q .., , -7' i nv ,. I ,B Club, Aclivily Council, Ncrrninarian Cizmrrihiee, ' i 1 '- J X ZARTMAN, BETSY ANN-B.S., Blancbezrler, Ql'iicifN. and H. 'SQ ' 56 A fi Tribunal IV. PreS.l. N, and H, Glee Club lPres.l, Rena In ' Cluliv Mcirlar Board llfdir-zrl. Sccial Crrrn., Slrdgrl Cr, r , i . , ci Pres.I, Ecard al Publicaliifns Sec I, V l C lac 'X il .i.- V' AlDlia Tliela, Juni-:rr Adyii,-fir, l I i- Y , 1 Page 87 gig if , 1-im ii? 1-P all 212 ld 5,1 Sf? ,-.,-f-0 -s 1 ,i -1. .2 ,,. ffl wif ff 1 - 42-lm E M wir W.. Az., ' . , ,s.,4:xfa1.fLa.' inf' L.. 9- G 3 G 5' G 'S W, G G I CD G. Q The familiar, five-sfory s+ruc1ure locafed be- 'rween +he Adminisfrofion Building and fhe Univer- si'ry Library is Teachers College. Here, one finds! +he classrooms, offices, and laborafories characfer- isfic of a college which lrains fu+ure 'I'eachers. AI-T lhough Teachers College operafes as a professional , school, Hs s+uden+s also +ake academic courses of-l ferecl by ofher colleges of fhe Universify +o gainl 'lhe broad culfure essenfial for a reacher. teachers colle e O - ANDERSON, NANCY-B5., Cincinnoli, Ohio. 'R V Cya? BARTLETT. CHESTER-BS., Norwood, Ohio. .. ..-All - BENNINGTON, THOMAS E.--B.A., Deer Parlr, Oh-a-Eiernenrary Se-tonazrv Clrib, 1 Rx X ,,,- I' 5' -nf-.?SEN7'NSf' . -, U ' .- ' 'M ' QI1 BENSON, FLORA ALICE-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Quadra-5, Y.W.C.A., Della Signm , , Thela. P+ Q BERLINER, CALVIN-Cinfjinnali, Qhii. E BICKERTON, LOUIS-Covinghrn, Kenln-ily, X P BRADLEY, MARNELL-BS., Cincinnali, Clnia-AIS, Junior Advnois liindei airer Della Pi IPEQ. Seal, Junior Adviscis, Ivy Chain, Mumm-ers, .Lniar Panhellenic C . . Q Primary Club, lrianan. N BROKAMP, RAYMOND-BS., Cinrzinnali, Qhia-R,O.T.C.. Arnold Air gamer, -2 A.I.Ch. E. BROWN, CHARLES w.-Bs., cinqamii, om-Aiplc. mf ammo, Rifle new Wi A X CAINE, ALBERTA Hr-B.S.,Cini1inn.grl, Ohioglappa Alpha Thela lVr-ie-pre.r,, Pies.l X Cheerleader, Kindergarlen-Primary Cl-,b lLibrai'ian, Vice-prey, Presl lapm-or S, .,.., X lPres., Sludenl Advisorl, Y.W.C.A. Cabinel, Wig Wag, Vigilance, Spiiir lnc W.A.A. CARLO, DOLLY CORNELIA-B.S,, Covingfon, l-enllgly. - .' " ' ' 4. CECIL, RUTH Y.-B,S,, Norwood, om,-chi omrfgo image Mililani, Mmirjr rf f 3' '52 ' Board, Y,W.C.A. Pres., Membership Chinn, Sa-:ral Cnrrri,, fwjlwsjrry Booidl, we-f 1 , 3 H. i 4 R,E.W. lChrm,l, Slndenl Religiona C-iinncll, Cheerleader, Gnidan, Slndenl Dllrifri- 'C Q' Yory lEd.l, Vigilance lConncill. Lniir Advisors, Panel al Anwri:-an., Wig Wag, yu ' ,. Ivy Chain, Board ol Publi-ialions, Spirit In-:. lBaordl, Karnpng, Ifing Dance lDec, N hifi? Chrm.l, Senior Week Corn., Y I-Iandbool-, liinalefgarlen-Primarw Cl b, ISC. Q V ,Z A, CHAMBERS, BARBARA SNOW-BS., Cincinnali, Clhi.:iAChi Orneaa Cheeil-eader, Vigilance, News Peford, Spiril Inc., lfindergci'E-n'Prin'iary C CHARLTON, CHARLES-Ciniinnali, Ohio. CLEVELAND, PATRICIA+B,S., Ciniinnali, Qhloflheia Phi Alpha lPleClQ'? rTii3lreSS, Vicelpresl Marlar Board, Y.W.C.A. Cabinel lS-eil Ped Crips, College Uni! lChr,, Pub Relalions Chr.l, Pi Della Epsilon, Vi ilance lCoi,iiii1ill, Cinliinnalian 0 3-ARRL Q lAsso. Ed., Senior Piclare Ecll, lxv Chain, lniar Advisaib, Wcirnenf. Senafe, Kampns King Dance ICO-chr.l, Freahrr-an Cornmiursion, Assl, Panhellf-nil: Piish ' ' ' I Chr., Union I-Iospilalily Corn lClr.l, Panel ,gl Anieriiians, Vl,C, P,E.W.. Honors Day Com., Senior We-el Coni, COOPER, BETTY-B.S., cimamii, omg. T Q 1- CRAIG, RALPH, F.fCincinnall, Ohm. ii r - 5 " Q is ,Q ,Q D'AMICO, TOM-BS., Cinoinnali, Qhiii-Alpha Sigma Phi, l.F.C,, Spanigh Cl:-b, rf,.,Ex x Murnmers, Y.M.C.A. Cabinel, Slade-nl Religi-:ina Coifnfil, FEW. i - C 53 ' -'.'- E :2?:"' L-V DE NUCCIO, CARMEN JOSEPH-BS., Cincinnari, Clhiriflxii lfaooa, Phi E silo -.'. 11335 . r P P Kappa, Newman Club, Spanish Club, Callee Clnb, lnliarninals, R.O,T,C., Y.M,C.A.. Vels Assa. f' -i - , a- 1 - DEUBEL, MONICA A.-BS., I-lamillon, on. , x A Q Q Q DICK, BETTY-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Kappa Della lPres.l, W.A.A. lPre5.l, Worn- If L' jf? R r- ., N en's Senale lCor. Se-Q,, Rec. Se-:.l, W.A A, Board, Ivy Chain, ,lgnigir Advisers, "Qf'f'. -Q' . P gi N Vice-pres. Junior Class, Panheilenii: Council lSfandarcls Chnl, Morlai' Board A ' lSec.l, C-Uidan ll-lisl,l, News Record, Y.W.C.A., Varsirg, Basle-+ball, Vfgrlleyball, ,.Z55,1,gS9' d. , " . Tennis, Are-le, Kappa Della Pi. ' DI TULLIO. EUGENE-BS., camimiv, ow, " 3 I DROEGE, GARY-BS., Aurora, lncliana-l.C, lfibqnal, Cal, al Mlm: Slndenf X' 1- :iv - -sf V Council, Col. al Music Band and Orchegfra, Col. ol Mwsii: Ch-Jlrils, Phi Mu ' NP Alpha Sinfonia, Elo Chapler, U.C. Band, BS. Club, Cal, cl Mnsic Board lPres,l his Z-f Q -:H -ffl: DROEGE, RUTH-BS.. Cin-tinnali, Chia-Thela Phi Alpha, Aiele, W,A,A,, Red , , ?,,S 5q1gQ 5 - 'J K .Pr i - D Cross College Unil, Penggrin Clpb, i Qfi f . 1 1 'Ei 5 , Page 89 'z , Gr Am. f Q. '9 xv' C L In A.-. L, -J '. . 4 ,Q .3 Page 90 'ju xv- : is W., el? X 0 teachers colle e DUNBAR, PATRlClA MARY ELLEN-B.S., Cmclnnoli, Olwic-Koppo Alpha Tlmelo R glw CMJ, W'W.C,AA, Wi.q Woq, Kindergcrlen-Primary Club, Mummers, lruwfwr lr'r'W l"o'0r"O Urlvwf' S.. DUWEL, MARTHA E.- BS., Cincln JQI, CHI-Sponlslw Clllb, Eemenfory Club. ECKMAN, LILLIAN--BS, CFU. of CWI:-Al-li'lel, Sf?iC"dfJf'.-Elerrven+oVY Club, l-nprou f'Ql'o PI lZ,F,A EISERT, EDWARD B.-B SU Clnfl nah, OVC-Bama lS5-:., Treosl lfcppo lxoppo Pfl lSE'gl, Fflvfy-miners, Voswy Vonlfles, Elemenfory-Seccndory Club lVice- r?" "-' l, Al,Clv E, Anif-rlfcrl Orclwrvonfp Aisn., Clrcheufro, ELUOT, JOAN El.lZABETl'l--BS, Clr':v'rlJ'1 Ql1AC7lC'9l'O Cello lie-l'u, Pcnlvellenlt lf-' rfll TC, lfbfgl, XNAA Fen-iffy, Are'f?, Y,WCA,, Slgmc Epsllvw Belo lpre l lr?rc"Z'cl Bc lf-'EQ ETTIN, BEATRICE-ABS, CmrlnvU'l, Qlwlcf-Hxlf-N, l V'G'?'7O 'Gr'-Prlmcry Clxlb, 'lm-us R+-cmd FERNANDES, BERNARD-C vwirrm-1? CW FINKHEINER, CAROLYN-BS, CP WGN GL :--'lfwovzm 'le.-.wmv Club, HSCHER, RUTH--BS, Clrvlmrcfl, CIHC-7M mrver, F"',r'lnevs, Clmqlnn-gllgn, Pfflflw l-mdv-vgorlfvrwPrmzqv, Cll b, Smdem' f'lfei1'G'3,, S filfqw Cllb, Rep-bf www' Cl.-E-, FMC-lwo lflfllfo pr, Pllw C wb, Y'W.C.fN, FOX, MARJORIE A.f--BS, CRwjf'wc'l, Ol1Im7TPelo PM Alcno lCor. Soc, Home Mnrl Ped C" - Cflllegff Um? lMf'fr Corps Clvrl S-Q,",fvdC1vvfElemer1l'ory Clb lpvfmrom CFr,l, l-lvws l7f2wf'1'd 'Sff9ol Edl lrv'f1r-Sfr-mlm' Home Council lS"1'l,XllVVCA, Vasco Pe lo Pl, Servr Corwcwgwil rw Cflff. FRANKENSTEIN, BARBARA SHERWIN4B,S., Clni rrc'i, Clic-f'el'o PM lfpsllow lCf' Sw, P1 lv. Clwrm., Preal, Y.WC,A.4 M.,'nmers, Args Board, Hlilel, Kompus img Don-'e Crm, Ped Cram Cfliege Unfi Spd' lf: I-'rdefqcrlen-F'r'mcry Cl b lP.b, Chrrrml, Fanlieleri Ciriil llreof FRlTl'l, BOB-BA Clfvl lrmczll, Qlmo--Slqnwn Alpm Ephlwn, Slqrmg Sngmq, Ulg. T,C4 Tvib mu' Pl" Ens"fn l-fgzouo, Baal-fllboll Tvccl. FUNKE, DOROTHY--B5 Cm! 'nnoi CFM-A sho Ch Onlpg-3, Y,W.C.A. ,lmlof Adv? 5" 'few-vs pwfld Uviclrv Cam., Soc:wdwy-Elf?mer1'lJm Clpb. FUSSNER, MARY JOANWBS, C f' Irrtml, Cflmltfpw Lnrnkj-3 Sgwvo lpff-:.l. CO- Ep CME. Wifg VVCIQ, lxlf,-.A.mC1V7 CI WCA A. GARRETTE. JAMES l'l.fBS Clvclrwnol' Ollli, GAUSMAN, VICTOR-VBS., Cv' VVGW Oli'-4832:-e?bGll. GEIGER, JOHN-BS, Clm rnnw, Cnlc-. GIM, EVELYN--BS. C'f'f"'3'Q C""'-Wlj Wcg, S','U'?'5' Ulf-Ljvfry, Yl.W.C.A,, l Fl1'f'nf:"f-fp:imorv, C lm GLADDEN, EMMY LOU-5,5 C ri 4 'w flygpy. 'G pr?VWQ lr' Cldb, VVAA lflymzvr 5' V' VV'-SH" wfifv. GLENDENING, WlLHELMlN-BS., Cmclnncfi, Clio, GODDARD, REMAA ES F-iv'S"l' l", OV-'flicpffl E651 MU'fr'.nrf, Y.W.C.A., l.'v',AA lf-gg 5 Vvlvvwuf V",-11 Tfgmiw lffww L'Pdf4nv, ltd Cfllegb. GRADSKY, MARILYN-BS. CwJ"':vl C"'c--Tlowlw lam Clrwil Style. GRIFFITH, DONALD-ES, Bnfoulu. Cn-lh7N,M,C f'-., S ii 'gy C,b. GROGAN, MARY-- BS Cl'Kfl'UCJ'l, Olwlcvllqwo PH' Alpllcz, rlnljergorien- Primary' CMB ,l vii' Ad. fvg 5' den' U'ffzC'f-fx' W fwefff Svemcne, YW.C.A., Newman Clb, teachers college O GUTZWILLER, JOYCE B.-Bs., canfamfs, om-W.A.A.. New lpfwi, Ccnf Club IPres.l, Women! Senole, Clneerleoder, SEqrnG EPSIICV' BHG Snlr' lf., One Tough of Venus. HAKE, PATRICIA GILI.-B.S,, Amberlev Village, Olwio-Ifoppo Alpha TFQNQ lpfez Kindergorfen-Primary Club, Y.W.C.A,, Wlg Wag, Mprnrnera, For-HQ en Council. HAMMOND, MARY LOU-B S., Clrclr' Tl, Clbifrflxlev-fnun Cfb. HANLON, ANNfB S., Cinclnnoi, OHcA'Il'e+-3 Pnl Alpha, Ifindergarf-enfpvmrrvofv Club. HASLINGER, LEE WILLIAM-BS., N:f.'.:i-j lil'ilj'SlQl'TqO Chl, Ule-,, Fo-ilfblzl, P' Epsllon Kcppo. HEBBLE, .ICAN-B.S,, Clngirr-ml, OM:-Fqpnc A1140 TI'-we Mff Adfsiri Mrrfr mera, Klndergoven-Prlmor'l,' Clqb, Y,W.C A. HILEMAN, WILLIAM-5.5, Glen ESQ, Onzi. HITCHERS, MEREDITH-BS, Addy3'in Clblcp HOBART, MRS. WILLIAM-B S, C 'inns-, O" ' HOGAN, JOHN A.-BS., C'n1,nn:':. l:"l?-3'QV7"O CFI, Fr EC-,I 'n lopp-3. 'liff Recgrd, FUN-Niners, Eowbol' M,"f"ef Jnfr Plum Ctn"', ln"-nn' fO'3. Fendnq Iecm lMgr,l, Progregx IDOFW, HOLMES, RlCHARDfB,S., Clncinnon, GHG, HORWITZ, LOISsB.S., Cin-1lnno+i, OH:'vSlqrnJ Fifa lc 'V ge Pfes l, TC Tri- bunal, Vlndergorlen-Prlmcm Chb, IRONS, MIRIAM-L.fB,S, Lebonir, Clw0ZQ'c Tn Apr: ,Ccvvva-. J-vim, ' Club lAT'endon1:e Se-':.l, Merncrul Diff' 'Ju Cobwe' lgei, I-Ii,sf3 Mc'-nge lfindergorfen-Prwmofy Cl,b, Lninr Ad-.ns-i-fi, IC. Tfb nal lpfeil, latin De-lIo Pl. JUNGCLUS, RICHARD L.-BS., CIP-ilnwow, Clrfi-Fcnbo llvl-lvl, Asawfc Trcfnef of Fcwbo , Bosebj. KABUTAN, SHIGEMI-BS., Ifo Nlcwzn, Ia,cl, I I-'lfgpeolef E r-fl , lrwf. IIOHGI Cigb, Panel CII Afnerccnc B fir-eg' Ed ,gfgfyn C' b KADON, KARL P., JR.-BS. C5nwnno'I, C9111-Pnl D-Q53 Tnwn 'P"f,,j,3,g Tfg -'Q R.O.T.C. llivblnglry Dial, BQ, Ed Cl b, KALCHMAN, HAZEL, SyIvIafB.S,. Clnlilnnon, Qnlo,fS5:'e'f3l--e'2 B 'E-J PGM- Americans, I-'fnljergcven-Prl'vorl, C3 b, M rnrnerr, KAMPHAUS, ESTHER ANN-BS, Clfi nngfv, Cl' It-A I,W, ff- 5.3 C Q 1' W C A, Secfindory ElE'f'er'orv Clxb. KELLY, JEANNE KATTUS-B S., Cwvznnoy Gln fA png lilly 'U Fl IPM: Vxflgr- ff.. Senole, Arewe, Spin' lr:,, Pen-gem WA,A,, qlwrljyr Aljllggly S' d,9nfVFl3y" Blind Pllllv Comm., lomow Ping Clgrnrn Pon I-lelfnli Cf nal KELLY, JIM-BS, Cinfwnnlyl, Olwc-PI-E romeo Fwi-'bo, Bo-sebof Ue- E Epsilon Ifoppo, KNOPF,KATIE-BS,,Cln.glnnQ1l, Gmc-Alone Deva Pu Ureof l, W,AA WWC A Wig VVGQ, lklnclergurfen Clb, Deva PM Aprwz. KRUMBEIN, MARION-BS., Cnl:lnno', Orw-if-I-lug-l, runJerg3"erl-Flrlmon CIJ: I-ENTZ. EDWARD A.iB S., Sperlor, NN sccrg r-Boire'bo-', F? OIC Clgflngyni-d MIIIIGIY Sllldenl. Phi Epsllljn Kappa lSeC.l, Slgnffl Esfllnn Bert 'Sei Ife-3, l, Sluclenf I-Ieolrlw Council, LIEBERMAN, BETTY J.-BS.. Cinclnnoll, Obli . ia ,4- '3 T I vb C N Q 19. ,. 1' - is 'f -if - are -1, l I ' 2 'JS , ' V , ' . h .. 5 - 3 5 ,X 44 f 'gp 2, Q -il- at 4? It ,gl- ' -,. , s , Qt?-:,.. 5 ' , 1, e ' 5' ., R ,,. - ff-F' I I . Page 9I .asa N if E 4 V . is- -fa .P- ex 14.2 X S I ' 23? . 3 Q' T i 9? : QL 9 Y lf.-A X Y i Ii .J .-. - 1 .-by g i . , .55 . s - " i 1 . . gg . A . 1 X l . Q- A. Xi u . , ' Q. ,K+ ' , ' S. i , ,:' 35 , fi' I- 'ii-is 5. gxff f -Q . 4 , -2 qs. A 1 ':r.'4.f' i -wr 4 I Page 92 i ,i 43' .9- I T3 'rs Q- IS ii O teachers colle e LITWIN, PHYLLIS-BS., Cincinnaii, Ohio-Sigma Della Tau, League of Women Vsierg lSec., Tre-aa.l, Kindergarlen Primary Club. l.OWE, WILLIAM T.-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-Phi Delia Thela, T.C. Tribunal IVice Pres.l, Olee Cli,.b, Transfer from Hanover College. LUCHI, JOE G.-BS., Porlsrnouih, Ohio-Sigma Sigma, Varsily Baslcelball ICapf.l, Ulex, Phi Epsilon Kappa lVi:e Pres.l, "C" Club, Sfudenr Alumni Faculty Com- mii'ee. MACK, ELVA-BS., Cincinnati, Ohio-CI-i Omega, Wig Wag, Murnmers, Olee Cfrb, Sailing Club, Aris Board, Kindergarren Primary Club, News Regard, MC DONOUGH, HILDEGARDE-BS., Ciniginnaii, Ohio, MC GEE, ROBERT T.-BS.. Glendale, Ohio-Kappa Della Pi. MINCH, CAROL-BS., Middleiown, Ohio-Newman Club, Spanish Club, Secon daiv Elemeniary Club, Piile Club. MINCY, ISAAC-B.S.. Cincinnari, Ohio. MONK, DONALD-B.S., Porismoiilh, Ohio-Varsiry Basl-erball, Phi Epsilon Kappa. MOWERY, JACK E.-BS., Friendship, Ohio-Scabbard and Blade, Disfinguished Milifary Oraduare. OBERMANN, JOYCE-BS., Cineinnari, Ohio-Chi Omega, Arere, W.A.A., Penguin Cliib, Danre Club, Wig Wag, Varsiiy Volleyball, Y.W.C.A., Band lMgr.l, Cinginnaiian, Varsiiy Vaniries. O'DONNELL, LORENA MAE-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio-Alpha Lambda Delia, Bapiisr Feilowship Group, lFelli:iwship Grifupl, Junior Adviser, Kappa Delia Pi, Sri den? Faculry Alumni Comm., Elemenlary Secondary Club, Adv. Yaulh Coun- cil oi N,A.A.C.P,. Della Sigma Thera, ORTNER. SHIRLEY-B.S., Cincinnaii, OhiafThela Phi Alpha, Junior Advisor, Y.W.- C.A., Siudenr Direciory, Kindergaven Primary Club, Newman Club. OSBORNE, ROBERT C.-B.S., Sfryler, Ohii:--Business Eduiialian Club. PADGETT, KENNETH-BS., Ligdlcvv, Kenliricly. PERRY, BARBARA-B.S., Cincinnaii, Ohio-Sigma Delia Tau lAss+. Rush Chr.. "Torch Editor", Pres.l, Wi:imen's Senaie, Orienlaiion Board lChrm.l, Social B-:aid lSec.l, Junior Advisor ICO Chrm,l, Wig Wag lPres.l, News Record, Hillel, Red Cross lSec., Treas.l, Secondary Elemenrary Club lVir:e Pres.l, M,mmer3, League Oi Women Voiers lSeC.l, Cincinnaiian. T.C. Tribunal, Union Board Comm., Vigilance, Ouidon, Kappa Della Pi, Pan Hellenic lSec.l Moriar Board, Panel oi Americans. PITMAN, LLOYD L., JR.-8.8, Bellaire. Ohio-Della Tau Delia, Varsiiy Foorbull, 'C' Club. Ulex lPre's.l. Business Educafian Club. POHL, WARD C., JR.-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Pi Kappa Alpha, Sludenl' Direciory, Riile Curb, POPPE, DOROTHY B.S.,-Orcenhills, Ohio. POTTHOFF, MARY GRACE-B.S., Cincinnaii, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Thela, Wig Wag. Y.W.C.A., Kindergarien Primary. PRICE, JEAN MARILYN-B.S., Cincinnaii, OhioHAIpha Cni Omega, Kindergarfen Primary Club, Olee Club, Y.W.C.A. REED, BERNARD W.-BS., Bradford, Pa,-Phi Elo Sigma. RENAKER, HELEN-BS., Cincinnali, Ohio-Chi Omega, Kindergarten Primary Club Vvig Wag, Junior Adviser, Olee Club, RETHMEIER, MELVIN K.-B.S., Cincinnali, Ohio-Phi Della Theia, Mumrners Liberal Arla Tribunal, Teachers College Tribunal, Srudenr Council, Hospifalihi CCPDUTI.. I l l teachers colle e 0 RICE, BETTY J.-B.S., George-fawn, Ohio-Kappa Alpha Thefa, W.A.Ai KAI-fard and Membership Boardl, T.C. Tribunai ICarres. Seal, Junior Advisor, I-.y Crain. Y.W.C.A., Mummers, Kappa Deifa Pi, Sfudenr Direcfary, Spirit Inc.. Dcrrn Council ISec,I. RICE, PATRICA PEASE-B.S., Cincinnati, Ohio-Kappa Gamma, Y.W,C A. ROBINSON, PHYLLIS ANNETTE-BS., Cincinnavi, Ohio-Ze'a Tai Aipivc EGP? iary-Secondary Ciub. ROLFES, FRANK-BS., Cincirinari, Ohio. ROSIN, LEANORE ROCHELLE-BS.. Cincinna+i, Civic. SCHEBOR, CHARLES W.-BS., Cincirinaii, Onio. SCHMALFUSS, WERNER L.-BS, Cirijxnnafi, Ohio-Sr, Mgr Basleibaii, Uie-, Phi Epsilon Kappa, T.C. Tribignai, SENDELBECK, DORIS LEE-B.S,, Cincinnafi, Oriafifappa Aipiia Tiweia, SWE-efriear? of Siqrna Chi '50, Business Ed. Ciqb ISei:.I, Y,VV.C A., Wig Wag, ln'ra"'i ir Sporrs. Baslefbaii, Basebaii, Vciis-xba'J. SESTAKAUCKAS, DANIEL JOSEPH-B S., Caiarne' Cify liiinais-DeJ'a E5-Fc Eresiirnan Basbefbaii, Ere-snrnan Trail, Varsify Eaci'baJ', Varfify Trail UE- fSec.I, Phi Epsilon Kappa. SETTLE. KENNETH B.gB.S., Hamiiian, Ohio-Jfappa De-Va Pi, Biis. ECI, Ciub Y M - C.A, Cabinet. SHAFER, DEAN CALVIN+B.S., Narwiinfid, Qlnia-E'r'i Epziian ifappa, infvarri 'ral SHIGESATO, MAURICE-BS, Cincirnagi, Cfric-Sgrna Epsi'i:in Hera Wie if ' Inrer-Varsifv Clnrisfian Eeiiawsnip CLID. SIMPSON, Cirvjinnoai, Oini-i-. SLONE, PATRICIA-B.S., Ciniinnafi, Cfrifi-Aipra E+eI'a Ei, Abria Larnbaa Kappa De!'a PT. SPECKMAN, VIRGINIA-BS., Cincir-rar mf--if ee Chb SPREEN, MARILYN WAGNER7B.S., Cirv1inna'i, Orr?-C526 Cipb Y',WCA, Kindergarfenfprimary CLE, Lniar Aavii-ir5, STAGNER, LAWRENCE ANDREW-BS, Pirwlzirrgln, Pa.-Pri Epsihin kappa Eire- bail, inrrarn.-ral Spf:ir's, Dzrrn. Sigpervistr. STAYMAN, SI ISEYMOREJ-B S., Trov, Ohio. SUNNENBERG, JACK R.AB.S., Cincinnati, Oriici-Lambda CH Aipra QVQQ Fw:-. 1, Men's Senoie, ArncJd Air Sociew ISI:-nad Exec. CN? and Na+, Tre-33.1, Bgires Ed. Club lPres.l, lnfer-Fraferniw Canigii Nice Pre-2.1, J aiciary Cc-rnm , New Recard. Cincinnarian, l.F,P,C. IAdviL.arj, U.S.S.E'.fi,C. Carnrn, PCFTC, Y.M.C,A., Red Criss Caiiege Uni THIELE, GRETCHEN-fB,S., Cincinnafi, OI'iifi4Ci'ii Qmega IASS. Treaai, Eresnrnerr Cornrnission, Gamma Dei?-zz, GJE6 Ci,b, Fr-esnrnan Prajeiif 15631, Wig Warp, Y.W.C.A., Mai-nrners, Ifindergaven-Primary Cub, Jiiniar Adviscrs, Ialpu Deira Pi. THOMAS, LAURANNE4B.S., Cincinnavi, Oni:-A'pfa Garnfna Dena, C' ee C E, B,A. from Ccinneciicuf College Icr Women. THOMAS. PERRIE L.-BS., Cinijinnaif Clnia. TROUSDELI., THOMAS M.-B.S., Cinfinnafi, Qnia. TRUMP, JOHN MINART-BS., GJendaJe, Cinia-PIU Epsilon Ifappa, I-app Pi, Varsiiy Track Team, "C" Ci.b. 93.5 N ,gm Page 93 147- . -44 ' 'ZS' Page 94 O teachers colle e UPHOFF, DONALD-B,S., Cincinnofl Ohio. WARMAN, CHARLESfB,S., Covingion, Kentucky. WEITZMAN, DOLLY-B.S., Cin-ginnofi, OIwiofDonce Club Orchesis IPres.I, Arefe, Penguin CIUIJ, TC. Tribunci ISeC,I, Forty-miners, WAA., T.B. Chas? X-Roy Pvmgrom. WIGBALL, BETTY ANN-BS., Nor-Mivod, Ohio. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH N.AB.S., CInT1IrmoIi, Ohio-Murnmers, Forensic GUIICI. WRIGHT, JANE-B.S., Wy43ming, OhioYDeI'o DeIIo DeIfo, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., TronsIer Irom L7eI3o,f.'. ZEMSKY, ETHEL SPITZ-BS., Cirvclnn-uri, Ohiofklndergorfen-Primary Club, Y.W.C.A. NOT PICTURED FINE, DONALD J.--BS., Cfnxgmnofi, OMG-I-IiIIe3. SI-IAFER, CARL A.-B S., Clrqmnov, Ohm. STEWART, MARVIN R.-BS., Cownqmnl I-em.T:I,,.


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